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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 18, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00067
 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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i LAUNCHED[ FOR --WITH;\ ,VICTORY AND club Business held and a meeting Professional last nightat Women's 0 i PROMINENCE I TO ADDRESS MACK MAY SIGN J


which the chautauqua: ticket sale I sM > FOR
NEXT FIVE
,s p'ssR DEFECT RECORD was; checked that up. The members request STATE PRESS MEETING r -

SEABOARD MONEY every-one in the city cooperate -

in telling season tickets as,

RaWmr Se "Iom Mill Be In Order they state, the funds derived from Our .f LeaJiiiir : OR TEN YEARS '
Editorial .
Writers nf
this sale
1, At Fair Ground: .I1""lotr after the guarantee is rained -
Say: It With Checks" Is The ryc Stale Mated to
I'onr buH to the
> Ins goes library fund -
Slogan of Finance Committee The I Appear k
chautauqua U an educational' and'Beti'
Advertising Value
My JOHV J. >oi, %x institution f
Appointed Today Headed >:' R Kam f'ti'his and well deserves the :
Phlladrtphiarw.W.twr| I'vrmipoiiilrnt G.IIS'ILLtlar11: : Themselves
IS. Have Won
State NtSv Favor
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By II. C. Case with AliilrtiraSAKASOTA hearty support of the people stale .. "
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March IS.-The Athe- -- u __ editorial writers of the state will be I Told i''
At noon today a joint meeting!: of I talked ,
letic's left for Fort during the meeting here at .
Myers 1
the committee, II.JYwith $$150,000 CHURCH -
which has been
work
ing to secure the Seaboard a record of one victory and a the University of Florida of the I Tee Connie Beaks, Philadelphia ,1.I ,1.I

railroad defeat their state press association March 2S-2S.: : I Athletics are coming back to Fort .,;
on two day
for Fort Myers, and the Board of Directors The victory trip. WILL/ BE ERECTED i B.! U. Lautbright associate editor of j I Myers next Spring and for at least t
was scored the
of the Chamber over the I four more it
of Commerce, Tampa Tribune will discuss thissubject seasons was .so decided \
s1e1OC"e'Ill' try to vxpfciln Buffalo International and the Giants I jai a meeting of the Kiwanis f'I
i was held. It was an enthusiastic and the mss. in connection with its relation club
leriowt
healing power of Dr. tUizafcria : tuned in with a 5 to 0 triumph. to I held at the Franklin Arms hotel'to-t -
state .
determined meeting it QinlrcIL BY institutions of higher! I
being evident Wichita, KML. METHODIST TB BODY( i
i that all present recognized the Importance she c10 Uundan tv appear berBrtu.h wets-* The batting of the Athletics in > learning at a special session of the I day noon. Many speeches were made

o ran ColJe .f Psyei/c both games was highly disappointing.In editors on Friday night in the new Tc along this line and It seemed to b* N 11
of the necessity of baring Game ScWtUt .l;>UII4I4' auditorium the concensus of opinion that thereis
the
My BlM two matches the A's were Will ol the state's uniersity -
Be Built
this Seaboard in Fort Myers at the ae esaw poop ./ orgaate dI8orde. able to make but ten hits eight on Nile ,.f Present it is announced by the executive 2 no better means of securing valuable -
be Structure
sbe .
to.ee of bee ; Sealing Capacity publicity:
'Ada for Fort Myers
earliest possible against Buffalo committee of the at a
moment. Knowingthat --. and two off the .f LIMN association.Mr. -
there Giants, national league champions.The Lambright will be the only Btiautlful Lady Dance, wife of Sir nominal cost than by having the Athletics 4-
was nothing to be done to
speaker George Dance well known here again. Many complimentson .
during the theatrical

secure the preliminary steps of the NAVAL RESERVE FORCES showing against the Giants in- Tentative plans have been made sion. A short musical Friday night ses- patron, la often referred to as the character of the members of

Seaboard Air Line Company, but an dictates some stiff batting sessionsare and a painting produced of the new L program is being JU>od a Ruec. 4 the team were passed. Dick Richards

assurance that Fort Myers will raise due for the team when it gets three-story church building to be drtts.arranged- to supplement hii ad- was appointed chairman of. a com- t

a sufflcent fund to GIVEN SAME back to the fair grounds. Chick erected by the congregation of the mittee to
provide right of FOOTING This I meet with Connie Mack and
alloway' and Miller the First Methodist meeting of the state press is H
way and terminals It was decided to were only church, south, on the forty-second CLUB OFFER SPURS confer as to terms and arrange all
push the work of raising the remainder two Mackmen able to make hits oft the site occupied by the present edifice annual gatheringand i details I and sign up with him for five

of the to AS NATIONAL the Giants' twirlers although same it was announced at a meetingof will be the second time the or- j i'o ten .
money a quick finish. GUARD ganization has years ,..., ..
met
I
at Gainesville and
I spiffy fielding by Groh and Frisch the building committee
H. C. Case was made chairman: or held last the first time CONTESTANTS TO I J. E. Foxwortby in a short talk
deprived them night. on the campus: of the I
of safeties.Ed .
some : said
director of a new drive for finances. that he had never been In favor
University of
CUat Bolick Rommel was particularly disap The structure will) be built of hol- Florida. This U the I of baseball and had
was made rice-chairman. Hill Paused not wanted the
Kills ,
Recently alasOhulete first
time in the I
Every member J pointed. He wanted to wallop the low tile and stucco and will have awing history of the state team to come here.
present of the General Laws, Kejrardlnsr! that the stae'a I. GREATER EFFORT He had fought
Seaboard Committee and of the Sea F rren ,Giants. They turned him back to the which! will be used as a Sunday universiy has had any- I against its coming. Since its arrival -
bushes in 1919 and declared he school auditorium. The main thing to do with the arranging of the
Board of Directors of the Chamberof never audi- I he has become a baseball fan and attending '
would make a pitcher. Rommel was torium will have a seating c pacityof program. The committee has workedin I the
Commerce agreed to help in every tar( Tke .taoriated Press) conjunction with Worker at Bottom of LM Mill gameshas made him
way possible Committees I TALLAHASSEE.: anxious to make the chesty New I 1,000 and the Sunday school room the university feet fifty years younger. He Is
: will be i March 18.-Cap- will authorities I OpiMirtunKy To liearhTap (I for t
tale T. IL Yorkers eat duck soun. but the fates seat as many. the 'learn and wants it to
completed tills afternoon, and will Hodges, who Is presidentof return and
were against him.A The painting is on display in the This institution is bringing two
start out tomorrow morning to see the U. S. naval reserve officers remain as long as it wilt
association poor pitch to Wilson in the window of Foxworthy &: Lee and is speakers of national prominence to I Cyrus Q. Stewart >
everybody' who has not already sub for Florida has just been attend The I gave three reasons -
Press'
attracting considerable and help out the great automobile and
fourth inning, with Jackson third attention. It meeting.
scribed. There will probably be a advised by the navy department of on why the people of Fort Myers
the shows a building Dean Walter Williams of the :Schoolof prize campaign Is getting bigger day
pf :
Spanish
Giants their
gave first design .
the run. should
favor the
dosen of these committees. It is the passage of naval reserve bill return of the team.
(br9634 Rommel attempted to slip over a with tile root The main building' Journalism University of Missouri by day. Interest in the campaign, follows 1st-the
:
Intention by advertisiag Fort
that no one shall be missed congress which It is ..
the .
will be 70x1(5 and Frank It. biggest offer ever placed before
third strike Wilson, feet and the Jeter, specialwriter '
IB this canvas. said will completely reorganize the on but the lat- Sunday : } will secure through its com
I school room will be 70x110 for the North Carolina the people of Fort Myers and surrounding -t
State 'I.S
ter, who is Philadelphia, feet.Near
a
naval plastered 2nd It
Up to date, about 190,000 has been reserve forces of the United : will help supply amuse- ..
subscribed. It has developed,. States and place this organization: on toe ball to the deep recess 01 .,the, the Sunday school room the College of Agriculture.: Governor territory- --, -continue* to foe the toirjMs-I;: ; *rd-because: < K-'r -4l1.be
-'......*> terminal_ IBt.TlfnrWwayend I giahe footing with the national outfield' for a triple.: foundations for a tower will be arranged Martin has accepted an-Invitation[ to grow. boys are such gentlemen. He
sites Candidates in
will' the
J cost about 200000. guard. It was all over then as far as the for andthis' tower later will attend the meeting and deliver an campaign are I stated that he bad been around,...,..
beginning to
get closer to the manyl
"In A's were concerned. The Giants added be carried some hundred feet into address-at 2 o'clock on Friday after 'baseball
time -
of it is clubs la his
It war absolutely time and had
\ J* expected that the remaining the air and chimes'will prizes. To do better today than they )I
(Continued:! on four more for good measure. be placed in noon. never found finer
Page 5)) a set of
mount, over 1100.000 will be sub- the' top. did yesterday seems to be the slogan I j men. ;-
I scribed.by the end of this week. Lefty Groves finished in whirlwind The building will 101 the ambitious ladies now In the Mr. Lnagehouser, of Mount
UTERI'OOL GROWS MOUE SOBER style, fanning five batters, but hecouldn't be elevated some Clemens. Mich., who
This U the biggest work ever undertaken feet from the ground and I race. If all the contestants: wouldI was present. _'
do much when the Giants a flight< of
by the Chamber pf Com- wide steps will lead to the front SAINT PATRICK'S I keep one thought fairly fixed 1 In stated that In the way of publicity It >
bunched their hits behind three
LIVERPOOL er
March l8.-The inhabitants would be Impossible for Fort Myersto
merce. It I. up to the people to see of the structure where three their minds they would not hare to
arched
of this city: are not consuming rors. buy the advertising It has received:
them through. It is up to the peopleto entrances will permit entrance. feel discouraged, but would be so
sav that they want the Seaboard, as much liquor .as In 1920 or else Plenty of ventilation Will) be made BRIDGE PARTY IS busy hustling for the future that the ((Continued Page. 5))
they are taking It the
more wisely. At
and they want it NOW. The efficient possible by the large number of past would not concern them at alDon't L
windows
recent annual session of the licensing -
war to say this !Is to say it with dol- OCALA LOAN BODY with their mullioned stained get discouraged about whatyou
... committee Chairman: JosephHunter 33 Believed Dead
.
failed to
lars.;' Hundreds of dollars, thousands for" glass panes. The building U to cost SOCIAL HIGH LIGHT accomplish yesterday,
said convictions: drunkenness
of dollars It Is an Investment in the neighborhood of $150,000.00 but .spend your working hours' planning In Mine Explosion i ,
In 1924 '
,that Is being asked for not a dona- 8.506 in 1920. The were healthier 4,434 'against condition NOT LIABLE RULES and work will be commenced as soon 1)I what you will do tomorrow.

tion. U la 1 an investment in the fu as the plans ir.. .M. H. From the past are gained no con
are completed. Johnson
and ) .
Ir. R.
of things was due in a great ; Q.Hkhardr cessions.. The hannv rxnrKriafM are. FAIRMOXT.. .. W. Va... >>a..1o 1A.-. ....
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: ture-of the City of Palms.t measure to the action of the bench Ilv"ts* at One of SeaKen' those whoare making I hundred or more men are frantically
prn&resa. it ,
j I I ;
COURT I FOR
and the supervision of the C1TT BEACTiF'L"In Elaborate Functions II
i police. does not matter where one stands In I but cautiously pushing their way- -

I JERSEY ISLES FEEL QIMKEBr LTALI.MASSEE the list Just so oar advam-o a little through the underground recesses on
I MARRIED IX !SUM' PETERSBURG I I order that Fort Myers may expand I Mrs M. H. Johnson and Mrs. R. Q. I each day. Indeed it \is not the ones mine forty-one, of the Bethlehem

< Tea. jUMrlate Press) Be Held symmetrically and become a ,Richards were hostess! on Tuesdayafternoon who show the highest: standing! on I Mines corporation ia an effort' to-

LONDON, March 18.-Severe earth Miss Grace Murray and Arnold M. For Loss Cased By Its Sec real city beautiful, a planning and at one of the largest and I I the list who have: made the greatest find the bodies of thirty-three miner

tremors were felt along the northern Wiegert, Fort Myers winter residents retaryTreasurerBy i coning committee has been formed most delightful bridge parties given i progress. Many of th" plodders entombed there last night In an explosion -

coast of the Isle of Jersey and along were married in Saint Petersburg and tentative plans have been worked in Fort Myers this season. The affair I whose credits: seem to be mounting that wrecked the shaft.

other channel: Islands this morning. Saturday it became known to- ( The A_wUI.d Press) I out towards that end. given at Saint Luke's Parish I i up slowly are riota work that will Not since a sheet of flame burst

t Residents declare the shock the day. Miss Murray was from Battle TALLAHASSEE, March 18.-The To insure the committee functioning House, was a genuine Saint Pat 'I net them tremejutors returns before i iI up through the opening. extending

severest felt In the locality for many Creek. Michigan, and Mr. Wlergert is supreme court: has reversed the judgment properly, the chairman has asked rick's Day party. Green predominated I the end r> fthe campaign.,!; 300 feet below the croaad. has anyone

years ., No damage is reported. a native of Marionet. Wisconsin. of the circuit court for Marion i lall member to be In attendance n_______ _at !in a refreshing color scheme of green Now before we fo on with possf- on the surface heard from' the
in the of the Ocala National -
county case the next meeting, this coming: Thurs- I and white. The parish house was (Continued on Page 5) I Imprisoned men.
Farm Loan association, plaintiff I I
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63t day evening at 7:30 o'clock in the attractively: cool: with its decorations -- -- "
Keen Oriental Wins in Pacific In error. The opinion given was rooms of the Fort Myers Realty of palms ferns and other green foliage i! '*1
I :1:1I" that of Chief Justice West his first
: board, 19 Leon building., i relieved only by white Dowers I Grapefruit Beneficial in Treatment }
since
rt Race to Buy Lustrous Pearl he was elevated to that post. here and there. The effect was.artistic III
1 The Ocala Farm Loan association
t through Its secretary-treasurer according Fort Myers TriumphsIn in the extreme. The color scheme i| Of Influenza Says Leesburgs Mayor\

PAPEETE.. 'TahltC; March 11'-: i lagoons came the most valuable shell I I : to records In the case, had was extended to.the refreshment, i ,

i What undoubtedly' la the largest and and the choicest pearls. That was be-]I received from the federal land bank All Track Events I which were toothsome triumphs l la 1 TAMPA March is. A report the most virulent type of influenza-

most.valuable pearl ever discovered fore the days of restriction\ on pearl ''ot Columbia S. C. several checks green and white. Many of the guests -'lowing! that In the treatment of in- complicated with pneumonia and 'se

In the South Pacific was brought to diving' and the lagoons were strippedyear aggregating nearly $8.000. to be applied Fort Myers triumphed over La- i remembered the patron saint of the I 1 ifluepza, Florida grapefruit .is rose hemorrage."My .

i r Tahiti from the Gambler islands in after year until) they became : in making loans on farms in Belle Tuesday In track events held day and gowned themselves occr/rd- ) highly treatment was simple I 'absolutely '-

January Its weight is 26% carat fished out and trade drifted to other I Marion county.: The checks were at the Hendry county capital by a ingly, the various shades of green 1 i.eacficiat;; has been prepared by Dr. stopped f all food "as 'l'J fats {

.' Tile coloring: is very brilliant with quarters. each made payable to the secretary- score of 32 to three. blending harmoniously with the W. A. :MacKenzie, mayor of Leesburgand ways do la plain pneumonia uses, ,

green and golden hues predominating. During the last 10 or 15 years 'the treasurer and the borrower. It was The City of Palms was represented shades worn by other guests. The member of the Florida legislature. because food Is a tax on the diseased } '

q One hemisphere of the pear Is Gamblers have been the least visited:1, alleged that the secretary-treasurer by Ihrlg. Prince Ewton. Stewart gowns worn are worthy of mention, digestive apparatus and ia not ...Im-

marked I by two distinct iridescent islands ID -the eastern Pacific. Before, endorsed his own name officially and and Pepper with Ihrlg as high man being an index that spring Is here. Hated; therefore of no value. It also
MacKenzie
bands.9 which' give the Jewel, on that the French took over the Islands the also endorsed names of respective with 13 points leading In the discus Mrs. Allen Powell charming In a Dr. recently preparedthe tends to render the system acid. I

aide, somewhat the appearance of the Gamblers were ruled by missionariesof borrowers on the checks, deposited throw and 100-yard dash. gold creation: and Mrs. W. W. Gibson lollo..lnl.port., on the results gave my patient nothing of what I fa

r planet Saturn encompassed by' Its the Church of Rome. Under their them with the Munroe and Chambliss Ewton won first in the shot put in the daintiest of pink received fie he had obtained I la the usa of this usually termed 'food, but large quantitlen -
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rings. direction the natives built a catherdal bank, and got credit for the money. and second in the discus throw. In guests; at the door and directed fruit for the treatment of Influenza.' of grapefruit juice giving each

then the news of the finding of of heavy masonry, the altar of which It is further alleged that within a the half-mile event Stewart defeated I'I thenf to the stairway. At the head of "When I began t- Ittthat! Span-,, patient the juice of several grape-

this purl| ,reached Tahiti the European is Inlaid in many designs In mother- short time thereafter he checked out Pepper, but by a few inches the stairs hey were received by the Ish influenza wa : grateful to feverish patients CHru
Nt'-osiJng -
buyers who make Papeete their of-pearl the figures of the Virgin the proceeds except a small balance The Fort Myers team will meet i!hostesses Mrs. Johnson and Mrs prevalent acid; also a bitter principal which U
in the United
S.Ate 1918I
t 'headquarters during the diving season and saints being adorned with the and used the money for his own In- with Wanchnla: and again at La-' Richards: both In lovely spring after-' realized that : during grateful to feverish patients.. Citric

; chartered: schooners: to take themto finest pearls. In the crown: of the.Virgin ,dividual purposes. Belle before going to Gainesville to noon gowns of yellow georgette. with which the physicians this was of A Americahad disease I, acid produces an alkaline condition

the'Gamblers, distant nearly 1.- la a priceless pearl said to be When the checks got through the I II enter the state meet 1 The guests, eighty-four in number little experience. I likewise of the system, a thing few people, except -

000 miles, only to find on their arrival ithe most beautiful jewel ever found I usual banking channels: back to the found their places at the card: the scarcity of saw pbypslcians, know. riId
physicians
there that the pearl was at seat in In the South Seas. But rumors has it Columbia federal land bank that in- tables where: the place cards and the and therefore owing to addition to the grapefruit, 1

tee possession of a Chinese 'trader that long ago the real pearl was tak- sytntion.> endorsed on them that the I THE WEATHER I score cards, both ';Teen and 'white. thoroughly war endeavored to gave large doses of sodium .bicarbonate
post myself to
thecause
who had purchased it from the native'divef en to.Europe and that the >pearl> now names of the respective borrowers I[also suggested Saint Patrick. as commonly known ... baking
I and real nature of the
I disease.
Y and was bringing it to Tshiti L In the crown U only an Imitation. were.forged and refused to honor the I ". :- Highest temperature Bridge was enjoyed until the afternoon The literature concerning this i soda, several times, dally. This-also

The pflee'paid. to the native la said About the cathedral are other bulll checks. The Mnnroe and Chambliss yesterday .84 was' waning, when refreshments trouble tended' to produce a alkaline CoadJtkm -
lIun.1
was verv but I
.o (0' hn,-beea 110,000 franca. Experts Ings of massive masonry, a seminary bank then sued the farm loan sass I I Lowest ,temperaturelast were served by Miss Gladys Iseley. found meagre of the system; .',...
i !I a traaslitkm from the Spanish
N at Papeete."who have examined the where all the young women, were elation to get reimbursement for the night .55Rainfall. Miss Isabel )McGuire. Miss Ethel Pep- which bad ritelnally 1 been written I "I found that where I eul4 lot! :

la' Jewel appraise Its'value at from 500- segregated whenever .a ship came to amount of money they were out. 24 bra, to |per and Miss Elizabeth Hartsfield.! a great Ssahh! p4thotojrfst. lie had by procure grapefruit the patient Aid

000. to (00.000 francs the Islands and other ecclesiastical claiming that the act of the secre- S a. m. ins..T![group of very attractive girls, who I 1& exbaus tae experiments and had i not do nearly so well bat the' more

An annual number of fine pearls structures, tarJ-treasurer was an act of the 1 Wind direction '..E fitted right Into the daintiness oT L foundtt "&fl-IHe> esaMjs- Influenza grapefruit juice the, patient was'able'

1.r have been'found In the Islands dur But of late years evil days have W association. :. Wind veL, miles t[their surroundings I > thr'vrl. in" nn arid raedVum and did to take. the more rapid the recovery"Every /

tnt the Airing season just past. Lagoons fallen the Gamblers. The population,' The supreme court: holds however .1 Sky Clear, Nine prizes were given Mrs. C. C not thrive in an alkalij medium. one of the. 60J eases: recov

closed for many years had been which .was numerous, has been wasted that .when the Monroe and Cham- a '.Barometer ....30.11 Pursley being high. The other prize ) "j; (!..,"'.*.r.nt 1 B, treatment, but ered. I did not hare single fataBty'

Opened i lor. diving and It! was from I away by tuberculosis and other bliss bank accepted. the checks with winner were Mrs. J, X Long*>>>rake. 1 i th- rrr:'m .l-:5 plain that Is to and 1 consider grapefruit the most,,
i t-'t' tll" most valuable pearls European diseases until*Dare hand* forged endorsements it title ; important factor !la such
them ., :, got no For Florida: Partly cloudy tonight Mrs Holland McCormick Mrs Paul ] ksv'yn alkaline recovery..
JTPU nearly
were-\ahL ful of.natives remains.'The fine buildIngs -: ,to the checks nor any right to "the j!and Thursday, showers Thursday in Franklin !Mrs\ Howell Mrs, W. O. j I .e"! ),,, -I sent a daily record -of By caae
,. the Gambler Islands are roofless and failing Into proceeds of them and holds that the extreme j I"c to the State Health Department and
Maay'y ago j north portion and colder In Sheppard. Mrs S. O., Godman list I -1 volinte-f d iu the public Health
wife a. center of great Importance ruin, and the whole group. has an-air Ocala association la not liable for I, central and north portions; 'array Myrtle Ellis and Mrs. J. N. Harts-j!l Service Io 1 it and in sixty days raised general interest so my correspondence -
Seas From the of desolation:: the loss. ( was large from
;aa'tDe..South : southeast and south winds field. physician.
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THE FORT MYERS: TRF.SS. TORT MTERS. FLORIDA -

: \1l 'PRESS THE' SEABOARD COMMITTEE !' ;.; V7 V r rr COMING EVENTS..a ..
; ..MYERa. ; < t ; V HURRAH, EATS .I \
D tt.> (cafe* MiMUv.) at the prw 1'0114111.117 Iaok_ .. -t .
c ..-Btr H..Port My.., Florid. a y" r. ', We.1'fcc that the\citizens: ef Fort Myers and .. -. Wrdn: eday, Eighteenth; .. ,..:; .
"Owned AY 1 Lee county should recognize the splendid work -- __ _- -.._- _._ __ ,_ __- _--- .--' I '
I THE FORT MYERS-PKESS: ,-Incorporated that bar beery done by the"tommittee' which has t ( '' : : ,, 'The Fort Myers.Klwanis: !!
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OaGa'L M08( >ta, PulUnhtr aad General llanatBjcond been and still is working to bring the Seaboard! : .::-. ; .:;:;: :" io. ____ ---........... '' _. III IIII V- club will meet.rat:*:*theFranklin' ,
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t.r.d ae clu mall miner March 14. Tall IB the Air"Line Into Fort :flyers\ befofethe -endTnf this I -- ,.......;_...< .r! ",,- ?. _-:-: 'W. _'t-". .w'..J' o'clock. .
t *tfle at Fort Inn not'.... und r UK Act of March: '..1'.'. year; These men have put forth superlative efforts .( li \SfL\ 1!.:: t rL i: L, ti \ I II 12 e .. >;

-.te4. ,sea weekly a.t5 -. &MMareh Nownbcr r.11,1sad, a* and'.have considered- neither time nor "ex- .J.V'.... -.Ir"\I' ,.., j i' 1i -"'' I Th /Woman',club will me'tjt 3
: .a daily 14. Ull. : tense to 'themselves in the performance of this I t''f: '; \ .\oo"J.t..;,I )(.., ,.tt I : ..':..di..1 ;;-. .' Ju.ial: the 'home: C+I ias M.. M.

M* t MEMBER OF TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS civic duty.} Success is their reward. It seems im-: i \ (;' Kr .' .1. /, fir ; l li 1' ;. Gardner p Lee std! Secon t BtreetSM, .
M 1 r.!h S1A.OC'J"51'pep I.'uch.Hlvel7 enlltW$ to tI,. ... for xissibje, considering 'the''pledges/that: have'aI-I ; \ ,2:7 ..1 !;lll... .v.../'-."c.o...-.A. taI.LINC7. "t. 1 ":. ,,t.ir.The .; "" ,..--. .f'-9i'4 '..
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.. to .Uto ...wapape. and alao the local De w. tnibtf ready been made, that There could( be a failure in J '" '1 ;3.E: ,AN E'i; :, : -J: .YoumgLWoraenS4niUrarrJtO: : -:.;
.la.rfl.r1 thEir Twice have conferred with '\1 .: ,, I .' I ;
; rcptiblieatlAtt : plans. they i! ; '. !j.C- rinuwB-of'tne' ;
of pwtal dtthatchei basis anoeel. ;* '"7 .f. :LJ the Women'irMissionary!
I .I- 1 President Warfield of the Seaboard., The first I h'i. first Baptist church will Dlf'et.at the ;

I Ia Lee. ---CollUr.' I 8UBSCRIPTIOII. KATES, time they met him Jri Sarasota, talked the matter : i -: : home of Mrs.! A. H Raymond.: "' The l!::

1 aDd II..4r" CoIInUH Charlotte; t t.u tiutctd-aad Ix.UeD4r7.Calller CoIIIIU.Char. o'er'vlUi him and received: his 'assurance 1 h \ missionary program will. be given,* ,

!Dee:hNe"_Moath8 01, .,__, .L7t... j. OM Three hleeth .L. .. .1 .IS. that he" would bring the Seaboard to this city in I .. iP i Ii and the personal! service. work done.
Month.1.76
Eta Mew--I ,.. 1.11. BUi)Month L ? .T ass the shortest possible period of time if( they could I i ii at this tiaie. ; tr .
tlaa Teat i LOG. ,Oas Tu.r I UI secure him' right 'bf way and terminal facilities. -P\P1 ; i t ;:

'''-. Weekly Fert Myer. pray One Tear ,-U." This week, they met in Palm Beach, told him of ] i ':
Tb* Weekly) For H..r* Pnu-filx Month _U.U II. Fort :Myers Elks club will meet at
the progress they,had: made and again had hisassurance 1! ( t7 c:: 1 '
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'" l 'above.In 7S::<>; p. in. in Pytaian, MitingEtk
as stated I 4 *.
\ SUSTAINING MEMBER the meantime, the committee with many t .V : .welcome._] :. : "f!b .

helpers has been busy raising the money for the I I J ;
NA11.0 tAEDITUiiIAI.V ; Tbur.dayineIt'cnth
'.-. purchase of the right of way. They will continue 1 lfm.. / r t 1 I rr. .-"! %
1945" 19 J. their canvas iU little longer, until the necessary : : The city: planning: and zoning !::1".
1 ASSOCIATION; amount has been'secured.: Probably ten committees -I : : beard will meet at T:3.> p* M. Ja'thecflir
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: of two each will'be at work the next day or cL ., : ftt the Fort Myera' Realty. +;;
combereetkeru .fte"ttp.PH p"bllllhen' .i1. ('lItioL two. All public 'spirited citizens will do their I, board .
Member'Florida Frees At.ocl tl .. part by rallying to their support with as largo '
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I Ir' ember! Florida li o Uled Dalllei subscriptions as they, ran make. I' Ci' NOTICE: ..

Member. 8 Blh Florida' Press .1..odaU.' The committee an appointed consists of A. --c" {I Those who are selling tickets: tor' .'

Cavalli James E Hendry, J. W. Williams, F. !I the chaulauqua: program will kindly '
'Wednesday. Afternoon, March 18, 1925 A. Powell] and G, E. Hosmer. Those going to I telephone Mrs. PetrequSn. number ';

BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY Palm Beach were accompanied bv J. W. Blanding, t 143, reporting number of tickets sold ':"..:.-
JJ'E.VFoxworthy'and :Mayor A. E. Raymond. not later: than 3:(lU< Wednesday after
The Infinite Prbteetor:-If I take I
the wings'of the morning:, and dwell, in We" ask your appreciation and support of i noon. t
> the uttermost parts' of the sea; even these gentlemen; and assure you that the Press '
expects to welcome the Seaboard to our city by
there shall thy hind lead me,and thy right. hand .
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f Water '' 'Plaat fr Jfaaiclpal Water .
'Be'.la. During the last three months the authoritiesin
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',." r mtit' Front. .r IiUnd Park and Municipal AudiUrUrii. their.right to drive automobiles for a specific I I rL! k Y a, :. '

l \ : : I' I period. It is said that half of this number, or _,__ ____ ___ .__ ___u____ \ t i'-SP ,
I. liter mat B*.lcTtrd. exactly .355 'drivers, 'were '''barred from driving. -- -- --- -- -- -- 53r'

L yes Bridge U'Cretctat Beark. because. they were drunk Freshman Commission \.
I Eight l Members\ of Original TrailBlazing f Vl
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Deeper IBi.er'Cbane' ), tV Prtvld. E.trmae..... tut 'The'circumstances should serve to give reflection -
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C-.pJetJ. .1 Le c..IJ' System'ef f no.... When he is sober, in his right senses and thor- I 9a
"_ ; implettasi} .f ,T mlamt Trail and Fort ''UjerHighway .- oughly alive to the care which he must exercise -- I (H, The AiiMM-latril Press)

yl'alm 8ar1' back of the TALLAHASSEE :March 18-Twen-
t steering wheel,.he has a perfect rightto Shaw- I
(Saint Petersburg Independent) Dunham. P. C. Carmon. C. :
J Eetstlflcatiw" .f Highway. laeladlng PUatlnaFaint .f be enjoying the privilege of driving. ty-seven, members o the Freshman 1. ... ; .r
Ei&bt of the original party who I cross, and L. J. Van Duyl, all of
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Hear .rLM Class at Florida State College for
,c.e.ant alai| Trail aero
c mlonff : A' drunken has business
man no steering a made the first trip through the Ever- whom reside in Fort Myers.
: ,aaty'Md CntlaalBa-** K.yal Palms alonirBonltTard / V Women have been chosen as mem- w
motor car and the police of New York have acted i glades two years ago from Fort My But four of the "Trail Blazers" <
4 .16..r t. Pasta-Bassi: wisely in .withdrawing' driving licenses in such I ers to Miami were, in Saint: Peters- who made the trip from Fort Myersto bers of the freshman commission for #.; +s:
this the number been
; 'Tait.- ..Weil- t."bIt,,' ''Cease. -: cases. We always have maintained that this constitutes burg Attending' the' Tamiami Ti-ail: Saint Petersburg three years ago increased year from fifteen because having of the s.: V

I. -- the most effective method of dealing either convention. Ora E. Chapin, now were in Saint Petersburg They enlarged enrollment The selections -
with'drunken'or executive vice-president, was one of were Ora E. Chapin. Fred C. Gar- I & .Y
careless
/ PASSING1 ZONING, LAWS automobile drivers. forced were made by the Student Govern t 's'# w: t"
} Many of those who the pioneers who' their way mon, George V.. Dunham and A. 1LAndrewa. -
directly are responsiblefor ment leaders by "tapping1 those iz
; :: r ; of.34. accidents through the swamps by 'she r. physical These were some of. the II ,
legislatures do not
The 1 states meet during care 'a'fig about a fine that effort in the attempt to make chosen. .
who force
men first attempted to Y
V V' < < 192Sv.Most et them are now }in session and zoning, some jjnunicipaj.! court oft icial"may mete out to the trip from the City of Palms 'to their through from For Those chosen to serve on the com
Myersto :
f. legislation> 'is -receiving 'more than passing atten- them. They pay .\the fine and go about their af-. the east coast. Bradenton way to get the backing of mission are: Laura Nell IWrillc: Day' ,

ttori due to the widespread interest. .the.:subject. j fairs much In the same waythey did before.. But At the (convention the eight got the state in extending the road from j tona; Eugenia Cook man. Orlando; I 'Wf' tcl
shown'by the'publitf' at large; takeaway from'them their right to drive an auto up before the crowd an4} gave them I I Bradenton to Fort Myers. They left Lois Hawkins, Quincy; Mildred 1 kyA y :: ..r"wN ,

',. Zoning legislation has been strengthened mat mobile' and 'you will inflict upon these same per- !two of the songs that helped to carry March 12, 1922. with three cars and I Deady Dayton Ohio; Martha. Price l ,..... r', ,
t ii 1ff'through'! the use;by'state legisaltors con- sons a' more'severe penalty than any money. fine them through the hardships of their I Dal people. They left Fort Myers and Miami; Louise Quarterman. Orlando; hi. .)", ..i$.; 1"
4 0; slderlpg'zoning'legislation of'''A' Standard State possible. could' bring. I trip. The first selection given was went from the Caloosabatchee riverto Grace Fox Lakeland; Marion Curry'][ :t.:' '. :'
':" Zoning Enabling'Tct'|* that was 'prepared by the It i is getting to be so that negligent driversare "There's a Long, Long Trail a-Wind- Punta Gorda 'and then straight Bradenton; Joanna Hitchcock Kis- ,
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Advisory Committee* Zoning of- the 'Department menacing highway traffic, and accidents are Ing" with words telling bow the original through the'woods over'what is now simmee; Leslie Gray. Jacksonville; I', f'j<:.. kQ
of Commerce to serve as a model for those increasing by reason .of this' kind !of business :: trail makers got through to the Tamiaml Trail. When they Elizabeth) McDonald. Fulford; Dor- t 1 p
:Miami. reached Saint Petersburg, there were othy Sal ley, Tallahassee; Mary Hnffaker. u V,fie! rr' ::f.i xV4 eI
to introduce Taka the driVe r
In their right to I
desiring away and
zoning legislation you will soon
Bartow; Melissa ;
find 'I Those who attended ,the conven- 14 cars and 58 people many: having 1 Darby Daytona I $fr. ?
states. Tie --great care;used f fn" the"''preparation corrective system fect-Miami News. '
iq, pledging ; Flora Bacot: Dade'City; Virginia -
were A. IL Andrews Ora E. Chapin I I Joined along the road their li Tf:
I o.ttte|, Standard Act -has contributed much to' its C. P. Corrigan. J. P. CosUen Geo. support in the movement. I Almon Pensacola. ;
favorablereception.1*' The states that used the LITTLE THINGS COUNT I Lou Cochran, Tallahassee; Emma 'f'r.
V :.V VV;>. Standard Act'In whole or in part since its tentative ; I Spencer Sanford; Ardis Crowe. Safety "
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VV. I r- publication In 1922 are Vas follows Colorado, I i I SHORT TALKS ON REAL ESTATE I Harbor; Adeline Moore, Tampa; French troelf'fo?iu
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Although the Record child
was aware that the made in two shade
Deliwarty+ ;: IHirtoii; I wa.' Nevada, New Jersey, I Thelma Shad. Jacksonville: ; Harriet 'or
Bartow Club was' l I flannel white &ad'pate yeU
: North :; Rotary making a move for To ;;:bd; not know what -iot if Monroe. Orlando; Audrey Letch-
Daroltri'"iNortWDakota; Oklahoma Penny the one money you 'you believe i It, and low with'black braid and a dot lgai
:". 81lt aniat'Rhode?! {stand,.South! Carolina and Wyo- good of the city in placing"number of checker has been done in Los Angeles Miami. act upon it, and a hundred dollars for worth. Palatka; :Madeline Fleming of flannel la ).)]ow. ) a.
mmg. and card- tables on the I lawn of the city hall, i i|'Saint Petersburg and scores of Jacksonville; Letitia Stallings, Albany white placed In front. It baa a emutl'
.,' -< .. it has been surprised t at the welcome given them i i|malle "play places" in tropical you if POll man disprove it in open i Ga. urpBe:closing:'-and "la.* fashionably"1 ::1! ;:

': .,- by, the public. j'climes the idea of investing in a debate. abort. : j jOH

I REALTY. BOARS DOES DUTY! At almost any hour of the day one can see :'Apiece: of vacant land to make iO! or "Only one calamity can stop population -f
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a majority of the.taLlc.CJ in use. Old gentlemen ;;its) per cent. per year seems ridicu from doubling and money from Stanleym
:". :we'desire 'to t commend {the Fort :Myers whiling away a few hours f family groups visit lous. doubling in .'ortMyers real estate .

Rta\tf.t.tlo\ / rfor.\ their efforts to bring to time ing in the city spending recreation time;V school,'I But the science of making vacant namely: Failure to complete and Ever se s I tlor/nc:: 1 e4l
upscrrtipulous.advertisers l : who are attempting to children who are.through for'the afternoon-alii i|land' "pay an Income" of 5u per cent maintain State roads! Numbers four, FItE3/1 EKS M

VV :V make capital out of false statements regardingpropertyand can be found making use of the convenience ;:per year on the cash invested' in five and twenty-seven and the natural IqD-pray s+ DeuKlteO Ar "
conditions. We are particularly provided. : i South Florida has been worked out flow of automobile traffic which will snoo.awllut torte -
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pleased l to know that a letter was recently sent A table was observed the other day. TWO'just as accurately as- the science of be upon-them as soon es the missing ills vncn r'u'1ma.' B0 Mp Ta' -__- li ftL 11 I IHooDauMS
making a bond pay six; per cent. I links are completed between the rr
to ;Jrfr. Fordlregarliilig! advertising inwh.ich:' his boys of probably eight years were engrossed >
i Tampa-Saint
There are just as maay "Ita" and Petersburg population
name,' **i vestments and :his intentions were in a game of'checkers 'A third boy, not over )"ands" about "conservative" bondas t center- and the Miami population
a
r r f l itUtedlt.111 attention* was especially ealle4Id: :apsragraph four years old and"so short he, had to stand in '| there about a piece of properly center."

which a certain'firm has used in cer- his chair to see the board. was watching with i| located South Florida land Investors In Fort V'V
Myers not
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taltt tiewspaper1 as follows' tJ keen interest and giving free advice to the players ,:! Any "bad" condition: which will affect dependent to some'extent as in other TiIjI-xr. mi :
k "Henry rdr e..'m'b; of vision, has dis- in talk' seldom found out of,the funny capers. South Florida growth will affect South Florida cities, upon the continuing -

coyered.that commercial;!'!|ber can be grown inneridaandjthrough'"his"belief :'Don'| '00 move derv',. he'll dump. 'oo;" he would. ::.the security behind ninety-nine percent of or' Increasing of winter

he has brought shout.This I i of the most conservative bond visitors. Whatever Increase we' may i I
SOfQ acres":ofr land"in Hendry' county long"with is an example of the way the little I issues Only a terrible national calamity :have In tourist patronage will mean V

a.' otak:lee plant, pawer'plant!! ,' principaT part oft things count in making a city attractive. The i[ can' stop the onward marchof :an additional Increase over and above I --
Main_streetifn.LaBelle, Florida, He has recently visitors who play'thcre \Vn]' remember their ; progress that has only just begun ,the certain and sure' increase which t tI

-' planted. thousands of rubber trees." games in Bartow where giant oaks shaded them J I'la Florida. And even that would I will result from the completion of ,

.!In reply.to this;Mr Liebold; Mr. Ford's gen- from the warm sun for long years to'come.-Polk. Dot stop the growth of Fort Myers.:. the Tamiami Trait The Main Street
eral)'secretary; writes' for: 'lalr- Ford that there County Record.() I A ikalltnite to the DouMtr "I Of South Florla." Commerical and i if'EFOOE
C are'thie false statements'embodied in the above; II The following statement is. one of bUEiness 'travelers over the Tamtam
I the-most daring one of the most important Trail, who will spend the night here
first}.rfi-bm'-the, : beginning:; including the wirds I
> aad one of the truest'ever who require,
fn-norida7 :H 'sa ''that Mr. Ford's ex- The United States has the best riflemen in :j j written about city. will hotel and garage

5 snfa!Itavie 1iot. ret been'carried far enough the world- This was proven by our wins in the i(I Read It- -lanalyze any it-pick It to ,accommodations bring: about the doubling here will In, size alone of t ,i

tlicf1ttio produce commercial rubber. International, Olympic and Pan American chain'.pieces- -o1'.r1ct upon It if I Fort Mytl'8-IDd the doubling'In -
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t Sflr;t ; of'the;'"ice" plant and power pionships of 192,,'but though' we have'the best I f ro" i' would make your money earn value ot many pieces, .of property n 8tG4HL" 1O4O'# 1 f I t i it
J>J tv". erroneously' 8tate They 'are not in we do not have any where'hear'the, "' number" of''itf fullest possible income for' you- I/which are offered for sale) at this .MAT TowrIMARSWU OTEY.WAI.cER, NMS BACK .a .Tsis n

LaB Alt at all,-on any. street.,:wh tsoever: They marksmen some of'the other nations have! here is the statement that means real I time. La.: m ,rR/G *r-t NEwAsmuNDoww a, M ,
1Al/t srv.Tbp_ A7 =:.::::.;Jr I'1l '
ate '1o .ted. at Fort- ,Thompson;: Third the I -- .
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attnecttstatement. ) .
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,. ,. Qitii .' 'fyofthe offense of the person or persons, .. OH POPS V 1 ALMOST' FORGOT TO \ 6An17E55 MRS GUNt i yFs;. 1 (r-i'Rlv'1;J. 6cT4 V I'M SuRF Vol,YJit;, \
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:',, 1J'{.,such'inisinformation.>t t1on: .-' -- I TELI.'iou I HlRED= A8our 5WE USED To AJEw vJORK Coot FOR SAW? -Y8AMcLGA V3 = r11E y,1 t;-Gfji>SS UMCEirrW BUF oi.Gq THERE ARE '1 ?TElL 'lnStTORS WHEN SOU VOUSAV--\..
BMitfJf.
",,- stir Tress hag repeatedly said the OLSEN TtE NEw l u ; Pi f t' ''iIu07H1aGS iNySY '"
bb'4! ;7 truth I THE MACLEAN'S 3EFORE.-THEV VlEMT our WKEN40t11Ar.3 lilt ,
t J. :eaaugh., There: ''is nothing to be gained ; l tb E ;nPe.AND'SH&S P COOK EkEC11n1GD StVsJa-.i.J 1 "oh) AND THAT 5 1 CANT: 00 130T1t s,
LL. .bJj: ntation: :" M.r."JFord:: has faith in i .,,. _J OBEDtELhir, S A uoIR
Pei't.rai' and in this section of the state. He I IT ( I HOPE SHEN S_ -

}iMpBKiia8edthislarge: ; acreage He is experi- I */I L CAN PAMCAKES MAKE GOOD! -1 1 J f t tf tr
:regarding commercial I 'robber. We are r- (g aVltd I IaA

ili tt cndw1 that this' g'so. '" We have faith in I

t I H*''ahd in ldr.Ford'&judgment.have I 4/tt I \ ,

.* : ('tiieroutcomer::-' ut .we'do" not want I

L: to."be# used in'an*effort to create values. r

.4- 1i ;:th>t Fort Myers will! stand by their U Yt i

rt ty i Jn ( ear.fetennlDat10IJto; stamp out

t'at"8ay oraaf,''fraud-in' T real-estate' c'C -q;.

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r iiSe. to locate m 'Iorida-for 1 ))1)1I

&efdon't: adrnlttltbe. popo-f

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j./ I __..-.--- THE FORT JTCER9. PIOKSS.: WTERS.. FLORID*" 1TED'fE6DlY ...

,'. Mecca Gardens -I I speech 'u'Talaa.ble' asset In business -' C3CLAM' > MEKKM: UHTBOYED.MtrrnouH I Next time a man tells you talkis i .!lIUIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIitlllllllll11111UUU1111U1111111111" !11IUIIIIII1lIlUU111U11Ujl! =ill 1
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IMPROVEMENT{ and social activities. TO SHIP runt cheap ask him if be knows how '
.. Broad streets and.drag. nal bOul. session = Walks f
a of Congress costs.
much I Streets
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Yards/ ak"kh ifi'and _.
&,>,( LO'OQNMarch .-In order. to .'t'.

\,italaaca-a-yaars Palms lvdti nT*.. K.*; U..Jeccatt' 't"!'.'Really cash' '.;: Q8J f"oF jMlfiEE Glaci Sister" Escape' discover lIMn called the,brown reason heart for noted'what In -has apples i stock Are exchange there any! A cattle reader around asks us.a'' 1= Lee Construction' i Co.? _=.:c

N\ Co. Operation arriving In England from Australia Yes Hogs and lambs.Mecca _I 308 Pythian BlHg: _
Ow governmental food Inye tl- ''
....Lee : INDI4." ApOLIS. Ind, March 1$.- -Physicians bad given my sisterup gallon board has sent a scietltlc ex- | Fort Myers"\ |
fN'k,, 'bas >Jaard.nrfaft4 For"the te die; they wanted to operatefor Gardens,.
purpose'ot encouraging\ better peditlon,, i's Australia. On the Journey f fCurbs'
:Streets ;
aetlrle fhe"oot"emea' sidewalk. speech, bins'ullOa' the public' the gall stones, but'' she was too weak out English apples were jested, oper- Free water. from flowing wells- | Watch Us Grow, |
Itrsaesl lIPf".....'.J 'linter .i". every. habit o>( dearer'articulation and discouraging and could only talk In whispers. I ated upon, and TiTisected on board parks and pl/v ands for children. -
!6 + sao. ,..t..<.... the', growing useot" "slaag.' got her. a bottle of llayfa Wonderful ableto ship. As a result it was establishedthat Restriction rauring a home com- I Floors jjniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiii :
... the American committee for Improved; Reined and 1: In S weeks she; was brom-n heart" appears only In munity. LOts 37S..OO up. quarter 5:
'' net .about frnd walked a -mlle to balance 3 K. U. Jeff-
cash years.
La n. .xQr .QaIe-'m. Speech has been 1' formed with'head- atmosphere containing toO much Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnni J I IIIIIII'::
1 )* simple harmless .I !
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.," quarters in church It is a carbon dioxide. cott Realty.Co.A5yt ... .:
l'rn i Indianapolis. H'ls to be that the ca- __ ..
N"A: preparation removes h .- .
't: the aim of thla.utlonat committeeto Many other problems of fruit transport -
'" 't urge the American to'broad tar.rhal:' mucus) frOUt e Intestinaltrac'Cand war Investigated and tie results miuHiimiiiiiiiuiMiiiimmiiiiiimmiimmiiimumnmH. 111111111111111111 II 11111:
people Inflammation MA
,the .. '
allays '
embodied In will be S ,
; _woos'& Garmon en their vocabularies and to teach the all stomach, reports
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which causes practically cur for it, but welcome
tf l'JWaa';Building children of the nation the value of liver and lnteUaalall; lm Dta. Includ- published later. M \relief ia often brought byVICKS- .1 FISHERMEN'S\ LODGE j!
ability to express their thoughts by ing'appendicitis.. ODe dose will convince ;

Clear and correct speech. or money refunded. Hunter's; Life is a gamble. The cards, you | Island Lee County Florida ffisi I
The first of the committeewas Captiva ,
activity
and
| Jr. Geo. Masgana Drug Store druggists every-I catch are no good unless you watch Vr c RuaI
VETERINARIAN to of distribute the larger free public to several_libraries hundred of- where. < how you play them: r r Milli.,!"..U.. I Ye.ryVV Situated in the midst of Americas most famous fishing al

French and American Graduate America a new book, "Stammering grounds, Captiva,, Red Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. S
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? Rabies Vaccination Its Cause and Cure" by Benjamin N. Palni'Ltf dirk: M. eight:' ; t ; 5 Modern Hotel with all conveniences. Rooms single or in ? a
Tags Furnished Rogue a nationally known authorityof beanUfnlhonjesH! *!. : FREIGHT: FOR
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Si years practice speech defects, and author of suite with private baths. -
*10 Anderson Ave.I several volumes on the subject.Mr. :: = i
r Bogue. for twenty years' was HENRY G; 'CPQPERR C;> Tapipa\-Fqrt() Myers\ Everglades. = Good Guides, motor and rowboats
afflicted with = availabde. Moderate rates
The
stammering. storyof *RES$1 UkCISemiripla s -i
his own cure after long study of \ S cant I
Everglades
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r W V. SmithwickAttorney l .Realty Cq., :
the human voice and the causes of |
G. A. WESTER, Manager E s
I N" Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Thursday
defects of speech and the result3 of Jnc' : .a-
at Law his research In behalf of persons hotel lobby or sidewalk 3{s' Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday Friday = Send for Illustrated Folder = ;
{t goon 8 Sins Building who stammer or stutter are related Not nuisance a but a bonlflde real !?:.i' Leaves Fort Myers Friday for Everglades = -
Pert Xyen, Florida The American committee for Improved estate solicitor, representing an = P. O. and Telegraph Address Fort flyers!!, Florida = !
Speech ha4 'announced thata accredited real estate firm with F; USE THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION :: Sf
limited supply oft|4nts' edit lop.. Isavailable' an enviable reputation and as ffiiHiiiiiiniiiHiiiiitiiniiiHiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiii!' '_ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuT J .,. '
Mecca GardensA : ? fpr: other public libraries, good listings as you will find any
and that' a copy will be forwarded, where. Let's get together on' Florida :Railroad & Navigation! CorporationFoot .lUIIIIUVIIIIlllllllIUIlIllIIIUUUIlIllIllIlllllllIIIIIllll! { { lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIUIIUI f
complete residential suburb without charge to any ,public ,libra-, .business principles. '
plainest cei park. lake. wimtalBf rian whose request Is received: before of Ir land's Dock
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pool. MM 375.00 up. quarter the supply Is exhausted.Librarians of Telephone 115 for Rates '
ca b. balance' 3 year K. U JeffcottBealtr > the larger cities have reported many =1 1M 1if
Bus Service to
was placed In the shelves. 'or their Everglades, Daily Except Sunday via
I ylln-Lee Park has an eighty foot public.llbrariee. JE CUDaily SIGNS Estero, Bonita( Springs; Naples,.Marco and? Caxambaa, ,, ,
aybealevard; parked IB the center The members -of the committee attribute i- :: If.
wfUs Keyal Palms, reaching from McboaleTard much V>f the lack of the old- Leaving 8:30_:_ a. Ill., E : j
gor to the Tamtam time f forcefulness and .In-'mod. Subject to Change without Notice 3 ..1 -
Except Sundayto
ice in
2-10-tfc ern American speech, to the hurried When you put a

existence and "Jazzy" tendencies of the Gulf TAMIAMI TRAIL TOURS, Inc. drink or upon any ofyour a I
today. Moderni I nuenoe;,- the committee '
'1 DR. W. H. GRACE believes, are, 'responsible for On Steamer. DIXIE -- foods you want to =I ;.
Physician and Surgeon the growing tendency' 9f' 'people: to be sure of its purity. -
t Office 15-18 Earnhardt Bldg.i slight their pronunciations! to garble ,
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i 1 House 147 Woodford Ara. their words and'to stutter. and stain Leaves 8:00 n.m.; return f:00 p.m. Your health demands ;
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Telephone 8J-Office i rings COME TO "
1, 6 House S rings mer.The book: by Mr. Bogus which was Four boars on 'Santttl Beach such recautions.You >>

.. sent to libraries in nearly' every state
Bound trip to Sanlbel, $UO will find ours un-
w- was,written especially for the persons NAPLES .ON THE GULF
{ Mecca Gardens who 'are''afflicted i with*'stammering Bound trip to CapUta, !.2; usually clean,,free from EI"

Oalprrt-Pmbii.opi'- '.elntet''o\\ and for"the,parents C oi?>| children whe, sediment and impurities i. : :
-1And :
stammer.
"city. Has 'IeT.floinlnet, ( feet! Enjoy j ;Lot uti.,. np. f '1* yea> ..J Bi I' .cot t Bealty'Co.it will be directed at'encouragement of :A Delightful Hotel,, Soft Water in the
Fine Sea ShellsFor
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I 'r. g -' a greater public conception ,the Our prices are reasona- : ,

value the of purity better articulation of spoken, preservIng English I ,B&ti! > } 'r, Steam Heat ble, weight honest andservice g:1
"L MAumca ATBKBS further information call at 46
u WhIte
( the bad influence of : and
overcoming '
prompt
f James C. Pinner City Dock or' Phone 1S5: ; .. Lovely Solarium reg- ;
Lam COUNTY. >KNGINKERDJa CO.: 1 IIt&IDe parental'-guidance. over ?
1 Civil and Structural Enflneers,*.I las,,,speech Bablts'jojjfcttldf\ a-jind! )ular. )IJ 3 ,
Coa.olUn. Engineers on -'Praia* generally stressing 'improvement'r in | Surf,. ..Bathing Excellent Golf
i Bride** and Stmctaral T ,. I II"
; Fort Urera." nenda.. ul ":" !\ 111111I 11111111I11I11I1111 111111 IIIIIUIIIIIIIII 111111I a Music'and Dancing Daily .
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gild' Brick"! S Southern[ Utilities( Co.
Look 160 Acres Good Farming Land Part., Cleared f

I J./ C. McDgflaMJ I i =s .Balance Timber.U: A Buy at $17.50& "''I'f' Per-. acre == THE? ; ,NAPLES. HOTEL -:

r _le TerGa i'c j 6 Room: Souse w th four lots,in a very good section P. P. Schutt; )(auger I... JS. 8EBES. Xaa&f = '
S all,fort,975: :$600[ cash.;Balance easy. _= ; f giiniiiimitiniiiiiiHTiiiiiiniinnniniiiiiitintiinmniiiiiiiin .
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Brick aid TOe Bnnjalowt = Ten Acres Lee Co. Boulevard all cleared fenced with = =

a Specialty 5JFhy = house, well and 4 acre Grove Bearing. Price. $500. Per = r.t, >-'." ';'-;..'.-. -
not build snbstantlanyT p 5 Acre. Terms. ==

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Tamiami I Trail 320 Acres Large frontage on trail | 7'
<< 2 !good high Vidge land $300 per acre gets this Good Terms, a '

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paired and painted.. "w. * rlcht. '_/ '(' -' minmiiniiimnmi '''t .
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Palm Park Fort,MjenJT1TRS TRI-\V EKLY,SCHPJPULES ;; V 1
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... Fug""! wwy". Leaving Fort Myers Monday, Wednesday and Friday at S p. : |
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Jewelers. E m. Reaching'St.: Petersburg iat 7 o'Clcoand: Tampa at. 9 o'clock: S
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Optometrist .
-' S' Leaving Tampa TueadaT and Thursday afternoons at 5 '
'Glasseav fitted p. mo.and : O
',. Eyes tested = Sunday morning 'at 8 a-lm. St. Petersburg two' hours later. REALTY CO.
... >first 8t rort. linn.. ;. Fla. ." >*?* **" *fl* -VW ..
1 '--- 5=I Comfortable'I" 1'0'4 staterooms 1 all opening K f. on 4 deck.9' : =SI .,... ", .1.-r-_ .. \ ..... ..1 'j' '.t.--a ."'0. -
s' Excellent d1n1nc'aerTie* Courteous otflcers and crews S V, ,i
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t .CLASSIFIED:) : ADVERTISING CROSS WORD PUZZLEThis ,,. *
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,JtA1'F31" rHt: r.orA. : RATES -- : CAN.. .YOU._PICKTHBWINNER"' : : : t
,lY EACH asm; xs(1Y Fr.OOf'1to' ''(*-"", :Personal Mention I AH ". :"' 4
r In countingsad .. ""CCOIUJL\G. : To Ttia lilZE/ WOTt ': WORD' crossword puzzle was originated by Paul Whiteman FOR APRIL ?
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inctud-a.Iw> the .am.oi-ds.and Indude address the C>Word.r box Sx. \\j'5Si&.,":(.'ete... America's jazz king. -, .
pt t3VIikS thl.
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8-pt type ,like tbi,: r eelll uTwSS'.s' -W, H.' Flowers ot Thomasvllle, J_ z-r--f- I --r. Miss Daisy Albntton . . .. . . 423,000 VOTES '. '
G3., 111new arrival In the city .
>> .--- Mrs. Margaret: Bondurant . . . . .513,000 VOTES

SSSaETSs; "('II S.- f- Mrs. Alice Bailey :'. ... . . . . .212,000VOTES

; -Ed Nehemias. of Boston arrived :Miss\ Ava Barfield, Caxambas u. . 601,400 VOTES I

.'* ), for each day. In Fort Myers last night.F. Miss\ Irene Denham .. .,. . . . _570,00a VOTES ::: k
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Xt ..4vert1aenent: will t.. l..rkd. tor laTE.: Miss Hilda Golden . . . . . .566,200 VOTES 'ir< .
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:w celill for fint Inner.tion V Cooper of Arcadia was Inthe Mrs. Edna Prince Gooden . . . .416,000 VOTES '

rent Advertisement, ordered ALTERNATE ti l DAYS city Wednesday on business. Mrs. Neill D. Johnson ... . . . . ..41,000VOTES :
at
3 : per w.rd per "word.oa -.r.in &ddItkn. aea. to the regular rat. :"day poii, ut type.L. t.: i'e:;: Miss Verdie Langford . . . . .517,200 TOTES' :-: j

: TERMS .-Joha P. Tyner. ol Plant City. is Miss Helen Sams,.Moore Haven . . . .236000 VOTES

.' otJ._. =""o. 'ard. or'Tbaalul' CIL8h" advanc.- ; here for a few days. < Mrs. J. F. Tatum ... . . . . . .506,000 VOTES' 1

: 11. 0rui prolPet'lon. : or :ReioOlulJon.llIlIerted for. 'aea thaa :Mass Eloise' Williams, Punta Gorda . . .435000' VOTES .

l 1'hl paptrl'10.r I. not own respunmble f..r bring flhItak ad..-:''tl"llili In correctly typewre -Joseph Becker of, DetroIt. Mich., Miss Nellie Wilhford . . eo . .. .514,60T( TOTES' -
r: : aftv.rU..m.nt.. teIepIiuut4n.. la a new arrival in the city. (Subject to Correction) J.
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i [. -R. Morgan' /of'Plant CIty; Is here - ..
FOR SALE r toiiiear-enlistment. : -
L FOUND I for short : -
a stay
: In addition to the fleet reserve, it .
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PUBLIC FORUMttmmunk'atuia'
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FOR SALE-Water front acreage onllyakka I.ouxJ-Ca. a merchant marine uaral .
- River and I mc.e- leIdentify. anti aDd bw-k bound f --R. II. Page, of Grand Rapids, reserve and volunteer naval : ',.., : ,,
: Charlotte liar. ad pay for Ibis. a reserve -, should b.I addre&
at -
the '
I J..fU Offk.-e.. tith_ has arrived for a visit
bar Bay.between Sarasota and Punta I-U-tr. i I f'4 to this department and kept. wltb .
; ,. : la /&uO words Write plainly upon one. "
I Corda: Address P. L. Weeks, Owner I MISCELLANEOUS It gives reservists ,who are em -
i' -Mr. and MVs J. "F Wheatley, of : side! of tfxsheet :'fe. CorrecpondeiK'f. -
Brooksville, Florida. 3-4-I2tc ployes of the United States: the. same 'i must IM eased writer Io prevlKuod
I tVJ.ItYU'iE-: wa.rt'a' bla' ;;;;-i---;:; : W Tampa. are here for ,a'abort stay. leave of absence for training duty ""f.i'n'Writers re
For Sale-Uough lumber direct irom d01ll"an sell y o.auneu U small payment i I that I N now granted the national The Frees dora not necesiiarUy can' ,
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, the aawmlll to job anywhere In ltr'toII.balarue. like. rent. ''s..ntinole| I -,-K. 'Kennedy of Washington. D cur with the. publlahed opinions \'I' expresaiona ; 'I
ny. Joe. 23Q guard
I TIEbt ,1.-1. C. warriv.d IB Fort Myers.F. of Ita rorrmpondrnta and i
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and around Fort Myers. Sea usbe : '
.___ ;, 2-:1-U- It provides ror'tbe continuance oftbo reserves. the right to reject any com' I
, fore you buy. Wbltaker b. Clifton I'aiw.Lne park: Is a one hundred ; naval militia of the various states niunit atlon."TrUI. 1
and T.; Barton of Chicago is anew
Auto Exchange,. l-7ttc lo-My acre citrus grave tamed into I arrival,. In Fort, Myers.. as a part of the naval reserve! H !L. BIILIM ('ITIES,; _.ei .j
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BOATS FOR BALK! beaotlinl hvineslle.' -fe: *.' if# 2-10-tfc. : .
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mahogany finish; 60 It. 1. -itn,' i.iiitor Press*
lung 11 fu r ACROSSConferring DOWN British Movie\ Fan 1 -
Wa.... 4 ft. draft, ..i H. P. 1)11; Zuth Century FOR REPAIRS -Charles L. Haas, of Saint Paul I J"
Engine Bped 12 oultu per hour; household utensils On, so to furniture, Wines and Repair r.flnn., is here for a short stay.II 1. nobility. 2. North River (abbr.) "* Advises Hollywood I In a recent issue of the Fort My .
two bunks uf' and aft. Boat Shop ers Press there appeared} a*, story
I hyN.w York Yacht aawE":.. on SborJ fal -t South of. A. 10. Reparation. 3. Beak or tip end .
way t I* and., I '
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Boule\.id t Port the
croEpIng heading of _
a Trade
: rin. Company. Inquire of J. C. Calla M.ra : J-11.111" : .A.>bller. of Memphis. Tenn.. 12. Rio Grande (abbr) 4. Scent. II Builds; -
Iiaa. Boca Grande. lorlda.l S-IS-tfc CttleS'Tbe writer. heartily agrees'
-- -: it4 a new arrival.:; : in Fort Myers I 14.To push from beneath. 5. One who sings Radio. LONDON. March. 18.-In penancefor ;
---------- -- -- I am offering : .-.;; tract at! over with the story In Its entirety It
FOR SALE-Dandy. fine -room ho...... near Bucklughaiu, for acre a rood Car; or A I 15. Company (abbr.) 6. Con (For fear that). hU sins, or perhaps Just for the I takes trade to build ,
Lbt WrlM. New and &3 well built a. BUICK -John B of Detroit Mich.M .. a city, no!matter ,
CAfiALUAC Wood
or other standard fun of It, a Briton by the name: of B.
16., A bow. 7. Suffix
can be don Kaat tort Myera. SnuUI maw will un tne Till (denoting agent). how much people belIeves the .
offw is tot a ,
payment down-Lolajic*. like rent. Bml- few days l here tor a brief sojourn. Southcomba has risen all the lead
only Come 18. A rodent 8. .
to Nova Scotia abbr.
aol. JUaltCotnpany. Inc.' Phunall. rootik.ll. Ilelt : I ( ) save by going elsewhere to buy their
mans Brick
Hlock anti talltIt 0."" ing moving picture films, that have .
... tf HENtilty. I,. 19. Familiar name for mother.Girl's 9. Grandmothers. : t Furniture, clothing and luxuries.
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; ,'a a .p Mr, and Mrs s. B Bissell. ot come to Europe during the: last 15 3.
FOB i SALE-220 mel*' ornamental (Iron Chk-ken- -- -Dinners- >''j i i : .OA 'ausau., WIs., have arrived In the 20. name. 11..Those who write- music, years."' He' has'some' suggestions to Trade lathe, foundation of.every city )
ffnoe. cunplet* with coucreat tdoikbaae every Sunday at Bbi- 22. Corporal (abbr.) 13. Furrowed. without it there would be : "
,( one double and one atuglc cat* l Ie"ard Inn, Only Tic: Servwl 'home. style city to renew old acquaintances I make: for the ,Hollywood and Long no city: j
wIth ornamental posta. Alan About EM -l -liSunaet f ; -. i i iJ I- ; 23. Season's greatest dance tune. 15. A crown. Island producers. If the suggestions There are great many people. hat "'.

feet mer M wooden H.Umaa.picket fencing Apply t-U: -Gil If In tropics.' Royal Palms. LaXea II .Freara, .and A, C. Burton I 24 River in England. 17. To hum. go unheeded Mr. Soutbcombe firmly think' that if they go to a' larger city! -'

., .beautiful..n.t ether Florida,acmes fiepKieJ of Everglades were in the city: \\edesday. 25. Writing'utensils. 19. Stales. expects to'see Germany, beat America that. the' selection! 'will "be larger'and

: FOR Ivory' 8ALK crib. -In CUIlda uplondld aquare-K condition.>st I'hone Iron. Ciiulnnatt: on canvaa on display by Charles in Window Bullet of I 26.. Males. 21..Beard of grain. io the movie business within five that this being-'the case. they will be
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11*. f : : )-143tc.FOR Semlaole Realty Co, \. ? 3-18- t..of 27. Poisonous repti!. 22. Worn on the bead!* years better suited as. well as saving money

j SALE: Suburban uoma and MACK fAr SIGN FOR f -Mr. and Mrs.! B P; O'Neal and 29. Ob:>en'c.. 27. Pain.J. .' Here is }(r. Sonthcombe advice to This is not always the case,,bow-

chicken farm. Extra good (va-room I FXT FIVE OR TEN runs ..Irs. ,Carrie Scantiest of Macon. Ga.. 30. Man's name '(abb: 1 28. Saucy. the movie magnates of America: ever and the same people fthey .
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chicken houaea brooderhooae
hooae
arace. are' home for a few dayS: 1. Great Britain is tired of would ,only 'give their local storej
t r
furnlabed. Come In and let ua shOw you. which: hotel waiters are shot dead chance: would find that ,the. local: .
Seminole atreeu Realty Company: JDC.7 23-17Ue.) FIrst. ((Continued from page 1) :"':".W. II 'Esteaof Savannah Ga, 33. A famous president. 32. Gods (Latin)., because the eggs are boiled too hard. merchants. ,would .surprise; them on
34.
3A. Escorted. Pronoun.
in the Philadelphia newspapers 'on arrived in the city yesterday and will 2. In Europe no rightthinkingman the values that they offer. '5.00' the

FOR road SALE only: 1.280 three acre mile of land out. on$1/iO/county pracre. aocount ,of the team being here Jar ''r emaln. : for. several days 36. Declaration.. 35. Fcform,_ ever goes out in a .straw, hat with more the home folks trade at home I

One-fifth ea h. balance to cult $100.000.00. lie said that if Fort evening, dress. the larger the, stock the local merchants .. .' ,

Inc.J>Qrcl 230>a..r.>> First Seminole atreeC Jualty 2 Company-27 tfo. ers fails to sign up with Connie Mack ,-Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Perry and .":3. \Ve are tired of pictures showing can carry and the better. selection -

for' five' or ten years it would prove Tom I* Perry, of Asheville N.
FOR terrier JJALE pup-.Pedigreed 3 months wire-haired old.. Two males Fox a great injury, to the city. :' lived ,last ;'night' for a' brief. sojourn' RADIO' DESIGN granted yet regeneration U stil Ithe Broadway. property in a town..' by alt means yop\ .
-each..Two female 'MS:;.00 -each CyNaplea. 1l!. Peterson! ef Jhe'Manatee River n the City of Palms fundamental priucipla oa which the "4. Cut'' out all cinema artists with should trade with local mercaaat* :, -
press Lodge: Fla. S-li-tic. KIwanis' club;talked of the value of' a most efficient radios are based and horn-rimmed- glasses.' No more dia where ever they may be for it is in .

FOR BALK-M acre tract 1.2 mile front- baseball club!. in' a town as a publicity -M. W. Howard. Mrs. W. J. a Before the development of the seems destined to be for many .yearsto Inc salons with the made-up black aa.indirect way adding value to this ';', .

? acre.ace,,on Terma Naples It desired.Bay. Price' Address|!250O 1".per B. stunt He said that the Buffalo Howard and L. A. Bowling, of Harlan radio tube little progres was made come- waiter, property. -.P'*..f -.... .....

Btorter. Naples. Fla. 2-tl.20>> tp.. team training In Palmetto is of {he .. Ky. are In the city for a brief 1/1 the design of radio receiving cir' ,"5. No motor-cars in films. that Many Port Myers people llving-tere 1 4

FOR-*_I 8AUB-12" Sour orange tress greatest advertising value: to taat .aiU. cuits.! Those who d'eoted.thelr tome NAVAL. FORCES, date back SO yean.'* I II for.year do not know what- -they -

from 1-t gel >! Inchea Fbi for bud city, ..l'beygetesu1tscfom It everyday -. to such pro"lem..re'' forced to..,. .tIYE> SAME FOOTING have here to. offer. It has taken the : .. i

dine 'JL E.Keen, Alya.,fla, a-J3-'lP-1 | -Mr. and Mrs.! E. B. Macy and Mr. online themselves to the use of a (Continued from Page 1). out-sider. see these things Beonlfti ..L- ; :

FOR iSALJC-Larre river front Thomas I I. Phillips said that Fort and Mrs. :II A. Blackstone of Sara- single! crystal detector, ,without any necesaary.7'; said Captain Hodges,-"to FOR11EW4Much $ living In nearby. towns learn ,thing*J ':, jn-

nW river drive with bard road ..- Myers should .sign jip. .wIth..Connie II.Qta. ara, = .tier-IQr. a f4l.w.. days..-. -' means-of reallyamplifying1 signals \ fall back on the naval,reserve forces I here that the home'' folks have vat ., : -

.mont. -'Chk. ,.wSWO fH 4 iri1p .Mack, for :tea', sears at least. He t -. : ... ...::....:....: The vacuum \VQ.Vr\ bowever.. )]n order 'to.man,the'ships} ot the, navy found, out.Taking t --I- .

2-1C-tfe. -.,know?.\What !auch ,advertising means. -Mr and Mrs. W. A. Adams. ot opened up vast new fields of devel with trained -officers and. men. 60AI TSIOPIJLAE J! the cigar business aa an ex !

FOR SALIf-or rent I aorea *!l ta Grove He. hls! sold
full bearing with modern bungalow limits. 'on P. property1_ta'.tend around Fort Myers ; detector and as an tfutplifier aad several 'there,, were 21.935' officers 'and 273.' -.. ., different klnda of- cigars .comprising .. 7-
hard road. 3 mIles"from city _
O.j09L$6l.. ... i ..... "IIHf to the baseball players and people inand tubes could be used, one after 094, men on thf 'rolls, :ot the. naval favorable .comment Is being all, pcs and prtc s.. StllL to every -
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..foot Morris ,erp nd A'hIia4lpbl.0ate.JWalter -Mr. and Mrs F P. Ruhmoad another. "cascade.. to detect and I reserve- forces" mad. on the'' splendid boat service zoo cigars made, and:sold in Fort 11,. .' -

FOILs..L&-W'UL..urwee canoe. Sail paddles, chairs cushion" "O. Sheppard said that bethinks and Horace Rnhmoad,, ot Brocton amplify the signals' '; The .outstanding features of this now being given the titles of .Fort era there'are 4000 shipped in and .

etc, First check for $ 500 get the outfit that having the Athletics here Mass.. are here for a visit.! Saint sold. The manufacturer: *rer boost -
and
bill, Myers; Petersburg Tampa ,
are;
Frank II-.Tlc)>enpr,. 202! First ht.jjj t ..:.... ,
*- ,' S-IS-Stp. la the best scheme of advertising he -- It takes away no privileges now ",'tDe passenger'and'freight boat the lug Fort Myers'and expect 'cooperation
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Improved knows of. lie hopes that the club | Mr and Mrs.' Charles Susted: of enjoyed by classes th naval Royal Palmof the Fort'Myers'Steam from the' local merchants aa '
FOR SALE-Banana. Plants : any ot;
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; Oivendish. (4an flow, eat them next will sign up with Connie Mack for Marine City Mich : haveaulTed. in. reserve force. except H provides that ship' Line,'This boat has"now'been well. These merchants, should. have

: : FMl drd.; smaller Coat Del44 lots rd; ec your CVU door JVIlder$4t .bun I ahokee. at 'least ten years. \Fort., Myers'for.'a short stay Instead of retainer pay- there shall be running_for some:time, and;since'its these cigars for moelln..dlap1.t;, and

; ; Fla. *,fcJ: :f AJ -ltxFOIt -, The question was put to the membership -I ..:* c -pay. for. service;, this will''result ia start has been doing.a good business.' ., not put 'them in.:an out, of the way, t
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I and Uncle Charlie Shriver ; r-Miss Irene'Davis and Miss Ellen EAQi'r&4mL.: i : somewhat less for officers In the At first the boat's passenger service .place bn ,their counters .aa, ia Uta

;: : SALK-. Oil All scene palntlnK tainted 01 In rf Fort mlandscapes. moved i that, the club sign-'op with Lilly of ThomasTllle, Ga.. are hereto RECEIVING nTIr :higher grades. pay. '. I was, chartered by;' the .BaA Carlos usual case. 0 .1Ii -

I Myers this '.''at40r.bJr..Chart* PuiUrt) of Connie Mack:' for'five"! years or more. epend a' few-days.: estabUhes Company, bud It did not" get a real ,When. you trade at home. boy
('(toKlnnatL Oil dIsplay *" VJndg'L'* ._ ::: It a Marine Corps reserve -
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&etqonded* -" -- opportunity to demonstrate how ,. goods made ,ia. Fort .
EaInoie ReaIq .str'OEt! jh1sas ,bySTValter O pop- Myers. Ton ire
on': witb
absolutely: a parity;
tJ """'" ,,'18.lp. Sheppard. Cyrus Q. Stewart, and J Fli.i Chaffee and Russel Buck. of l lGtilrI the' naval ular 1t Would be to be able ta take helping Fort Myers. and' m ..JaelpIJlIyo. .*

Eo Foxworthy. j:DickRichards was Lansing, ,Mich, hue come to FOrt( t .. .. ,I reserve.-" an easy restful boat trip- trout'ber4 I .. are booatla '. Let.D.a'. back: ...r ur'''

.; FOR. RENT 'appointed chairman! [o.j tn\ commlt- lyers leraifew, days visit: : .l 1t repeals &ItOId' laws which nave. to Tampa..'The boat trip la'one long, boosting 'wlthr. the tradeatBomVspirit '

FOR RENT-Furnished apartment Soomt tee on arrangements : -: ciiMr. L been so difficult ot interpretation.It to be rembered. and should be taken J..JvARQ.i: .;'; i;::;

summer rate 11U Monroe Df' W... Boyff presided at' the meet- .J and 'Mrs. E. D Chopin of establishes' the naval ,reserve by everyoneThe:first time you need : March 1 S._ :' {..*

.:' 1 : ng'and'the"invocation ,wa.slbY Dr. JRHenry Rochester N. Y., are spending.' & a few .. th. same grades, ranks and. ratings! to go to Tampa arrange to. take the : *

FOR RENT- room unfurnished .)houila ."D.I rV4rBoTd'ana:: J. C. dY8 In the City, of Palms as'exist In the, regular navy. Royal Palm, and yon will enjoy it.Ton I XAXE,:PLEASE --'

East Fort Myers. Apply.Poln..ttiafe -Jf. trc fecannon were appointeddelegatestffthe'1Aterbhtiont ONe OF TM5 easy !1. Officers are commissioned at the will. get to Tampa rested, fresh. "Stranger but a Friend.- toe sir
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: = "convention of {i--Mr. and Mrs. Ervlng F. Lowe MkCMMTUQESETSEven pleasure of the, president l as are officers and ready tor business. nature'on a letter" received today far

v6R; NT-Farntahed Uox Pre-"JJV" bedroom't..-t t7se of Ltwa&ts$ :Lclubs't.Ie'< 'held.at Saint ot j Fitch burg.. Mass.. have come to ot the regular' navy, and enlistments The Royal Palm leaves Fort Myers' the Public Forum. The Press:....ut'

, :. jarare. Paul. Minn.. June 22-25Frank 11. lay awhfle' :among, *the palms. \ot men ar..esaabUlhed', en Monday"Weda sday'and Friday at be glad to pnblisU tie C01IID11UaSeaUoD '
j : FOR RENT-Very nice rooms, by itout and D Borland, alternates. I "; :' the same period''as,,enlistments, in the : S pu;;:'m, and- reaches Saint, Petersburg it'-tie' writer,.will comply ,*K&
245 Lee SU .1-iCtic f t-.Raipb 'S Petiitjr.. ot: Chicago regular''navy. a('7 a. a:and Tampa two hours- '
: week or month. ,'.'Mi*. Werson: t'\\he. Manatee KI- : the: condJUona'atateaS: In the above ,
I lt a numbered!among',tae ,visitors. "InFbrt It provides that no officer or man later. It ia an ideal schedule as yon' beading, by sending la UsCBAPEFBCIT ume.-. ,
i t- ilicrnf Hoblnsorip of ;
FdR Rooms !Ut.ISIOI4 tn manager ,"
RENT- .,
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.... : shall be discharged except for full and
'" j- ot Myers. iJ can go to sleep get ,A good night"rest
,. 'tIte.Buffalo teain--ftftd; C. Bills '
Jok.. .t and sufficient cause and have all day In Tampa or BENEFICIAL MTREATXEXT ,
FOR,.. Bartleaon REJ'n'-Sto.'( at oh'BIak Fort )*I.'eraVhole street Brooklyn, Lt yeye,guests.Purauant : J-F M -App eb;. S. B. 'Appleby. J. Officers and men are placed under' Saint Petersburg. On the 'return trip

saM. Grocery Company. 1-8tfe. VT. McLeon and B. :T;; Perching of urantgthi: g.ao g. the same laws in time .of..war.or,national the..boat. leaves Tampa oa. Tuesday OF'lX8'LrNZAbe

RENT-4 room nones and,!r rJl'dn < 0 Blake Street-$10 month. John fc .. h .COTwrtitutionvp jrtorWa. NOTICE Islereby "ort Myers 'ov$r" :.*,ol1rs. J tube sets however the radio circuit men of the regular navy. and reaches Saint" Petersburg two (Continued from Pale 1)
B* eson at Fort Myars Whoi05iir : t .riven that th uiideraigmd. Intendso boat. who wanted to know
commissioned treatment
Company I-I-tre! apply to the ElalsMure at Its next. designed. for I regular aeaston to be held I this year tot (- J. Monroe Wicker has r was necessarily: a complicated one to commodore.It leaves Tampaat 8. a :m. and-makes a and in, every case where It .was used

m W \lK1atln/r... paSS&l;'Hie. p t,r*admml-tratlon. local or cpeclal of the act,I turned: to her hornejnj.olumbia. S. In"order to secure. a fair amount of authorizes the appointment of daylight:,run,. A.* ** -" : the same satisfactory resnjts *{were

10N.\.P.t.u: GF CT, "'nee the I C\\ after a visit with tier;, daughter m'plUicaUon. several tubes' bad to a certain number of midshipmen to The -Royal Palm Is' a splendid o3buiaiag'ateel obtained.:Myfather,. Dr. V. R. MacKeDf.Ie' -'

wSlTE GIRL.and WANTtDe to lIelll with"'. fnUdren.retemncea. :,.- 1_.acu:..Mio.-.of Its of officers LcKterature.and, of Uw. Includingtb County_: Mrs.! W. C. Waldrop,:In" Fort Myers. be used. A slgle-tnbe set "such as the naval academy fr in"thean"reser..e. ,vessel. ;.and, has good ot Illinois;: and my brother.Dr. .
uwwork : .. : berth and service.. : R. a. Mackenzie of' Ana Arbor,
dining
Pholl)0.tK.iiq1,: 4. and rreeeeiUain" of the Circuit Court ? i the one Illustrated above was only :
t: t Mycra.WANTEI. .5.ifltfe1U : of&aI!;.Jiajd of:.,dvllmiwnt County.,taxeX'Connection and other with the aljTol -: ;...C. w. Brought: Baltimore. Met, ; practical for receiving local sta- tions. ,It provides for' promotion la time Michigan used"grapefruit xtenfof, ,

>-A< Phuipa ? Zaire. .ot tb. s.bt1tlsclot.B I has arrived In \vFort Myers and en- 1 The larger sets with 'many tubes, of=-war up to the grade lieutenant- (CLUB. OFFER: SPURS ly." with the tame.satisfactory; recalls. ,
:. St. j* 3U* t Oj ,,.......01.,cbs' I3oAr of $upervlsorsof teed into partnership with Ills: bro- :capable receiving the:more distant commander with: running mates of TO T EFFORT. "I consider grapefruit 'g'a'lOIIIte :
.Ii )itrict .
|*VmNTU>-Real goo/* .> common (atfe ...; -.Dated" thi.21th,' .1: February A.. tl her. T. Gay Enough, 'In'the' clothing I stations, were both .expensive,. and the' line and by selection for; ranks essential In the treatment Inaeata. -

; Vrn who ar* ambItIous and want to i" 1It.hiiLDkliiAM.: business He Is u :pleased: with difficult" opearate: above that ot 'iteuteuaut.-comaiander; (Continued from Page 11bilitles la grtpp.neuia-n44- 4 ,
Work at Kye ;
w1k. Apply ready for ; f'.* 1 : It reservists injured the futnrq has in store for ailmeata. ; \\t\ Ii":11: -
etLeg. Collier county. FlorMa W. U.Bfrwn. Secretary of saId District. Port Myers .'Then a ,discovery"" was made which places nav.al" k"Grapefmit
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I ::1iA:5fTED.TOf.55lOlaI hook rsYIWI ; I udge George W.,.Whitehnrst was This !discovery enormously duty under orders on 4:parity still "a chance for:thcr'onea. runningat medicine Dlabectlc patients who eaa- '

w ; .5501. (0 revIew USI of town- Ub.PI'Box Ill III IIi Fort Myers\ for a few hours. today.Te :. i Increase bottom-of tae Oat, to,be leading pot tolerate sugar to aay degree, can,. .,", .:.
4mnnatde.Citric.Will, go oft 4C.oo.4; ..A1s43tI ; I holding:- court*In 'unta4lorda. tubes" '.enabled. the"designer to use similar Injuries. at the-close Despite the good not ealytoierata grapefnilt bat-'are' -

V arourUA : : Cbarlotte"cnntythisweek'and will. I' fewer tubes In attaining th* same results .. It provides for pay for drills,' prorkTjthatf hasbeen: ;done there .la. markly,beaafited b,,-,,,,..Je yelLestheie.tkintatb.1rcrayIag
\TtU TO itB.4T-TotsnB training and active duty based 'on nothing to"prevent1 the ones now run'Blag ; r _
,tor.raQU.\
upin wIth 'to chIldren wIsh. toJ b4 through at that place! :Thursday I as 4s 'done' -fcr: th ui. CrosleyTrlrdyn ; ,
hOZnS.SOT aaI tltX. LWIfltt allowed. the National-Guard. last ,equaling and decreases the
t a furnished bCS0 oft evening. i"1 *.. pictured above. the pay ; -or passing any amount'ot avgaria:
retleeL excellent,Add00SS care and..Z furnish .iii. J -.-L-f-) ( lTbe Invention vwhich so revolutionized ,' It does away >with confirmation Ia candidate' ,.fat:tht, race.; This ia made the system. JUT tried this out. lo f '

t -: the design of radio receivers is grade and provides''that>'drill "train possible by_the. tact,that rOil each |3collected. eeveiLcaset and,-'know.: tti, !tto b* a: n. ::

KTEB-To bur 200? in ItI boiler ''ES tate.Bar ExaminationTo the' Armstrong regenerative. system. lag 'or active duty pay ,shall. begin;? .in,a r-\ptI.oD..D.p\ > to and fact." 94_
amall s i'e-&iLOn.tfIt& foe l appointment enllitmenUM-': including:Marcft',%! ach"rand1dl.te .
upon
nd rnsin or farm Be Held n April Major*Armstrong was. at the Ume of I
h. Also family to work en ; W'Of'kiDt'\ It provides" tor .&II1beralfulform' ; will'be given: ;60.404 extra Totes over,
dyworkxJ R. ': 414749; : i { .u : .. : a student In the Graduate B&OTBEK.uD: 8ISTES 1'J.8BI&: '
s': ..: Afat..rp;..;h.t School of allowance : and above the regular vote schedule
1 .. .. I (By Tk. Columbia\ ,University -
NTED-Two good buIlding laborers rk- '. '-,V t 0 f :JTALLAJUSSEE, March' *18w-The la: experiments 'taat'; ;""he., conducted! It provides for an honorary retired "' ; 4

'au at $14 anderson venue betweell 11:10\: iext, examination of,'applicants:- !Of toward preparing' the u"b4 thor- list without pay upon reachincthe :JUBJUES.conn.'S.. SON: A moda UUt
mOip. rn- IitJTBIA admission .to the b*1"10l"] the state Onghly developed l nisystem.. age of (4. SIt faahloms'h 'ohlreaibl'thtt"aDllt.1l

'- ; ,; .."" 'Ci ) od Florida will be held by the snpgeme I Ai soprras'tne,discovery bad been provides' that men enlisting In LONDON, March ISMisi Mar brother1 a d".l8tel"t.u.": .. shaHar co-;;

by year.furnIshed I.refqron.5pZTtITW5tIwo .! w.cwaIerI a 'j_-e there_ anyauto? necesitfu'1iiikhteedt eourt.In:jTatalbassee) .corn-. :made public and-reutflcleilt trial bad: the naval reserve'within four' 'months garet Hni'of Lawrence,.Kas. a' re- tumrt.NotalagVmore: ; 'disflactly: -. ,

Post Office box' 413. r 3ii:2tpx .. l It.sOdriyqr f.1tncIlIg' the morning. April 2L had been made to prove'its practic'' after their discharge tronv toe regular lId .workir lla"th" Sear East was dividSafeDuid be chosen tin a:aandkattttd : .
lose none.iof the benefits ..otcoatinnoas married acre to Olaf Xtavadal of
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the navy '
tAO applicants for admlstdbn abtlityth.regeneratfon'ersge_ sweptthcoiintr7'Noaregenerative Jumper anil tor Ue? a1 i
: 4N'tEL-Tounf store. i bcr aft
: }hlJ A Sioux F I1a-S. t). Ithe Amerlcan'dossalgAeraIlnCo.stantinopIe'
Pains .
Mr. West.JU F.ttya5, : le4i..1bytberides service son o t
ypewrttlng. amlnatlon are over smock: frock for the ctrL 'I1I..ft.t f
between I:30 an.t I:35 p We are serf. to have, what It .the Interest of ea-: ,
safeguards ,
It hourl.I of the court to be on file with : sets were regarded as obsolete. and has a striped Jumper and the briefest ; I
n. 435 same you want.fr .. be clerknat; least tea days before discarded.I. tavor ,ot-tbe-new mon- listed men of;tbe. regular navy who ,Mis* Hi11t:ill a graduate of Yassar ..;
.tVr1d b" t ; :--:1; ,. : of trousers white the dress U a slim ,
BU fr1eV "** have been transferred te the fleet tat'bail been In orphanage work la
iO'k. nstue.ueS ') tile ur.r.t.rJ' he exatnlnaflo! "rbegins, der circuit straight.model.witit a' Striped. boc4er| .
a .e.mammerl 0. B ix.t *' ; naval reserve after )* sad'20"year** Greece:lor tne past two years.. She t. i
4 furnIsh brat ffren..sP. ,- Copies-of (bt''t.rules governing the Of' course.: Major Armstrong bad : : : ia putelyttl6ra" "!1fJa.Mt""rJ -' -
u,, 2-1 : blank for use tally protected himself by patents.' ervice. and provides the same; was,formerly associated with0 Dr.., -1 1tdcinctJae
examination forms ,
f"\ and 'Col
back i.ud .
tara tIgtl .
.t ( \. to Upply. nYsubmittlng: thetapallcationaand !so "commercial-production of, privileges for men at- >rentj inibe preotcll'in '.hls)Jmedicat.:.. work : III : ...-'... ':'Je.Ua '
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otter requisite Information. will be the circuit was them and. I is to4&T/n--: navy. Labrador. *.- -' ,
? ...4 ZSthre the 'I stricted to a few manufacturers. ; It provides subsistence for volunteer toe color- ':scheme., '** al.: l' ;. "If .
with us lla DIshed by the! clerk of inr1meCOUrt. c_
) $nmlaol0 Realtycompany.. : Thousands bt amateurs;aadil-xperf-, .duty afloat.without pay_. .. Pabi'Lae- park* kas already' taterertc4 -' ._ ;...lir "' fi _"., ,". 4 ">* i.'VAsylamna : ';) -
I 5fl-.j 1 J. p : 4 "' ;;:t. :3. i m Urt-'tJri.oagboQt the country bow I It provides a means ,for absorbing ever. .'M lamlre* Fert Xyenk are getUag, ..ready>.i.lerl,.... -. IF ', 1
i I VI .. kava mrckasei. kew. who incas* !
I Into the Naval Reserve nen dia- ,Ie f those imagine they are :
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r4|to.ewntarercG. snags CM.: has J caJy.not. oaly the Invited inert,aaaJe but fairly was ... : j l Grove Must Be Sold to Settle an :

vtopNv The '.. 4dOr Whet the women artists Estate t..
hau.rserjv.d a ataaalwr ,I tCeraua capital tarted out fa '; # I : 20 in Grove. Fine location between 'd :=:
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ptalale of f latrrfrreae .--. acreage aa aadoal costume I II acres House and nil buildings and
road Foreraans
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,vUiTsus:: Aa 1n ) they: kit upon the suet idea ;I Grove including 'Tractor ana .
.4 that sa aaoatnr was ; ''ttJaj It &ta membn of Ute ry to work; a -
11n-aMot spark eta s. t 1e This meant that all seamen ... I .... V. c .
.. ) Price $_Don.00 With Terms -- 5 ,
:aTeeeirrr; wklch 'cracefal Cf rtdreMed aa n 1 _
t....... *!*& lone for 'a' seek becameth dancing i I: This bargain will not last', Ions ,, *,, '
K**>of ertatiaa; |atrfrr I for tk* otbers.Zbe, bal _
Ust* *r aecosa f ke streetAa I papsarUy among the : E M. Adams _
: tk* action was la I INI.'S who pointed oat that 24 Wilma St. Ft. Myers, Fla. -
the law.JJt eaa: ram r* A't V mot eoadeaiaed to wait : tali
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district attorney aaa UJ1 some male daaeer asked ___ _____ ___
FrittaJudi.a Hieka .. N ( I jkiT j a tara oa the Door .: .
Ta antatfrsr pladed 1 c 1 1r 1s
.*.1*a<*04... pay. a. (la.. j
i r..... the Uw, 'U WHY SUFFER :
oteratjeg aa ..IJe..a 4 t _
11 a floe std fxcMdiox | rb s Ct Bark Tr H.*Hk a* t
a4.>i>ar..ta. t* lorteitod to Mien felts Hate !**
BM-at Ta paJtjr for t C, I .. I !
traaa Mir vliaoat aa f> I Too maay people l aaifer ,
<*6N.!. flMt* fW ia>pri lag bu.... distressing} ki! ,
lie aUIItk .r LUk Tk I order and rheumatic ich

aaaUHoa' le.erferras la Iyrls .... tf, W6&.ief a.r; s.d )fL;: ) kOe YaZter: A.c.re, palaa.. Often this Is due ,
f&vt or a **ataf, of wee -.rito4.. L' +eu risW.t eS ......-. )a.ae. yrr.x.al ar+K. kidney settee and tk -re'. ... : <
r botk.:". .. ,. Prtdiaat tatttee, p.4b sew ...arae4 Ia .. .-dw. ..mtssa lurdeaed arteries dropsy ,
(.odds. tt* et Brixkfa dU cue. Dent let j !
High Prices aeya wear you GIlL la i ibefore ': i
father more than 79 The No
years ate
It Is too late! 1
HORSES 1 1 race will take place ia ApriL Gy1 1
to
Wealthy
I atlmahiat diuretic to the !!
I I Dr aa' bate helped Insect
KIO DE JAXEinO, I Mistakes Never Occur akoald kelp l yoo. Here la | I'
cvrdiac to.. Aiaerlcaa IN 1,000MIft RACE I Reading Finger Prints many Fort Uyera cases: I nor n :_
Ihi., fa lite 4. Jaariro. Mrs R. L. Martin. 31 )l
food la IB* EtraillUa I I I-;:; ; says: "Ia.* laSering: from Disease '
LONDOV, ] !<-c. S. CoUias, : i
a rW .,.ry w.*k. 8ka AIRES. March If.-A Sects of kidney troable. It : i i '
prU. are M alia that of Laud mOea baa been '. superiatendeat of .tke id. ntiflcaiioabarean a. U ther were a '! can live in itsBECAUSE wake\ :
v..tabl..poll. !l at the here to deteruilaa the "es-I cf Scotland Yard who baa weight In the small of my : :
nurktt. : of whether the satire made nearly SoOMW finger priata of I I was la misery with! backa.<: j
l bore'or crlollo.{ baa a I I criminal and *ap <-ta, retired recently IT'S A
"A fv oar ago only up- I kldaeya didat act right' t]
this atamiaa. The pampas bred after 3* year*' service Ia the bands
Vtall4/ for market bloated. I bad awful I '
herd "A long row of .l.uac to fatigue beta be I London pollee department. the top of.III'J" bead aad felt I
mow b* foa4 every ; .. sad many remark- From the finger prints oa file In tired I seed Doaaa PUla !I Magara oB '
pHncfpal 'eatraaca, of endaraaca accomplished Mr. Collins department some 2CO.WO box from Evans Drug ., I r
klfk" fl lean trade Prtc / of tkla breed are on record. identifications have been made according me." e :
.'B* r* than doubled! ; ... la a aeries. of 12-boar I to the authorities without doe at all dealer I DUSTERapplying .
h1tet''two )'utl. ''Maoy over U.. Palermo race a single mistake. "1 would stake my Co, ilfr*.. Buffalo. X. Y. I ,.:
"ll1urr it.....' tay are la year tka wiener asually life on the probability that there VV : "
jjtat..; asp yet, wages ere to be bones possessing never will be finger prints alike.even. ke auerte4..DDcer prints l
.".",.,.11,"' Abed'. .:.u vsfiy. .. erasers of foreign thor-I If tbe world toes oa indefinitely. )fro mack more generally used J\fiagara Dusts, .
( ,:' ;...-. blood. la sneering roughly, Collins said recently .In speaking of where uoU only tn the I .
Bfaca( H r eqw J Ir..' IT I la 12 heirs these !lor...;, his work. Daring the nest Concretion of criminals, but aa a j Ask the Leadin Insecticide V.' ( '
week'. stiff collar they ; JJ displayed estraordinary!i -- ----- cord la births! and Dealer in Your Community ..
'. the grladet4di" and auka although tile admirers RHEUMATISM ENDED direction.
i -.10.-0- I are the first to admit Dolt suffer any lodger from rhcotnatisrn. \ CHEMICALCO'''\ :::
they contend that the trial Why endure such intense .
: & severe enough to test tbe pains ia the mnsclcs, aavea.and
A ATHREEDAYS'b oMkelf. favorrtess joints Tbe? poisons of rheumatism are Cl1 ORLANDO FLORIDA .
Sola breeder
net. a of
carried the blood. LEONARDI'S
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..., has Issued a challenge ELIXIR FOR THE BLOOD corn ,
/ LOCAL SALES
OFFICE
i I COUCH IS animals I of that breed bats these poisons drive them out Palatial _j 1
cr"r
i borsea of any other pare of the system The rheumatism BARRON SEED COMPANYFORT \ ,_ {
over a distance of!I vanishes. You can go about year MYERS FLA. '!
k ;s ) ., the competitors to carTJ'1!, daily task freely, happOy.LEONARDO'S '- : : V. .
if j DANGER[ 1'w equal to that of a cavalry ELIXIR FOR Lv. Port Tampa for : V_ :
THE BLOOD does snore than this Lv. Key West for Havana. : :
Its eqaipmeat. Ilia thai-
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for yoo. It builds new strength nesday.Lv.
t.Cfcfeale
<, > ceuik sad ,,..1.. been take up by AfiuUn and vitality. It', nse insures against Miami for Nassau : Ii '
te scfiiMis' l ag ifMiLle., Yea : will ran two thorough recurrence of attacks. I P nnAmm i t
1 wiik CreuqutUkia, l .. Delightful Sea Trips.
sow sa e descended from the Eag- Try LEONARDI'S ELIXIR I J f
roads
tions, etc. apply to A. C. are a ;
es
*... bat I.I ,lIcaMDt' .. sake Iioania Dundee. which was FOR THE BLOOD now. Edusesubetitutes. I ':;
P. A, L. S. Scott, T. P. A
.. a sew. JtIe4Iic6l.s-.er| ; by Benor da Ella'a craad At all drug- *- I good inuutnunt i
i .t tiea;' it auuIre'mad J teals : I -'- I,f
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.i ChI used b,liealinf aLa medical agency far tk Sale-By'Owner and Builder | _. Road

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t-kieale ceuak sM JJ
i .(.lkm*| sad .UM treaties 4 Room Bungalow with. Garage 5 minutes drive S BuildingY i
roBlslas |a addaioa te Post' Office. = Adalseloe
a\ 1 healing tlcownts kldb sootL : or terms with 4 years to pay-Buy it-live in it E Far kI
f lutUnud: locptWancs and. stop :: three years, and sell it for almost double it's costo Mat tare V V
t" 4ttd IuMewtloe,''while tke what Mrs. Sandford did who bought a house just 132ieMgat V
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asie tk slooisfh to V
I I that I built in Lakeland 4 E I :
&4 fI d. attack the-seal. .f I years ago. Behind theAutomobile i" : :
; iwtteejra Ike |ena*'aLa lead I IJ I :True
lla.; '. I F. Fullilove_
.CteejaaMoe. ..
; guarsaleed
; ,she I...l>& I 215 Garrett St. : V

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etr "
4\ up iase Millions now recognize the autom-
ida irf the g11.' Money' ,
: bile as a Becessity. It is ,-. ,
# ""a.! *r *1J. ae auUcr ef''' no longer a
tag U a>4 fclie*.d. slier' 't luxury for the few. Sixty per cent of its

arhlsha la dWmtuits Cal All.Ask....year. Ga- ( :( ; use I is Lot busineo.BaxsuM .

KEEPING AT IT ol this .the modern pcvcd -

s .! I' I=- I ,hlPnJ: hu become an economic necessity. _.,


\ Ev nJhoughyou ,may not be ,able Yet although the nuTeage ol Concrete '

1 J f ; < :"V 'to trace any sales directly to your Anode and Streets has been steadily m.creumc.our -

f >', VV present advertising: i in. the Press; far behind the highway system today lap
automobile. The
will find keeping at it great
; you\ by con- ol
': majority our J highways are u out oi
9 'j 1 1oj 3sistentJy your total\ volume) for !late as the aingletrack, narrow .
Eat ..
\, V the year will show an increase ( uRIYyt11Wti / railway of fifty years ago. .f

,. .. "Q .er: .that of last''year and :your Such a condition not only seriously' .1

\oj .a ..- competitor's who took space atspasmodic f/ handicaps the progress of the autoaoWe -,
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intervaR : as comfortable:
.: r Tlra tnayi 1 catwe tk. !u :: It ,profitable means

I, .... I 'R >i (Ic av'' II "fUlir home or O. .'Ise..:. -_ << of transppnarlon, but.also holds back : !:
.
I : vbnslns ..'... do..p ij, r : commercial,industrial and
"': agricultural
J "..r; s the one'sura: .way wf : 'One or two, insertions may-help] ERNST : advancement '
V J practically; sec .
I a yoai "property 'doJJ. : J every'
i .:$, .... to.. tbU ''agraey for < < verylitt1e! !_ l ; fif'y r'w message 1s : 2 : lion of ,the Country,It'is.'costing,'tax. .

, t : .r"., ,, I help.Tal. ": nstantJy ar.1ven.home';:U-lerC, '' lS payers millions of dollars annuall y '" '' .', ,V

: .: .. ;... : *ooui1Lt be results which'can l be! Highway buildinf. should be "
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i ..r ', ,coo- _
i p Y4j'; I J 11 t 1"
::1 = I _converted into ready ,cash.: !' .t.jaiusdandenlarged.upon.carry ., .. .
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..;. .Vr. Te, *".Rey'0, label. :: _YO r1 h vitil au t11o aarerw'1t.o. .'ly. <
'Vera'.,. hg.lky'I0lI' he.l. on their share of this
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: .Ilhat5yesr. luinara .The':continual "drop, ;drop; drorswi11 c I great pubKc]
j. .,. I. ,,,,, $ ,yjtk.But they must ha :
.. ..Platte s your support.;.
soon beat down resist- ?
.... isf any ; Tefl :
b,paattfc&,, .. = themyou are ready to'Dveltbumre
4rt*:'-. ; f p.f +::, 1.> ,*f .. community. Press'advertise- some ? )

t .(VF: t-.:. 1' 'e W!cutsvi1T help .to put the job FORBIDDEN : > CEMENT 'i.1
ASSOCIATION
E sion. Made by the
: \ : over and bring! : more dollars in % Graham BuUrn "
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/. !;" "';4"" ., .C your."pocket, in long run. The secret love ,.V TACtCSONVIIIF, ,., ..

..". ''),:\ _'!.'.. ../'" ?;,... .. Kraf+.0.>'c riled saaay ..rt... dxartys.Ia*r idae._faetrs7d 1. "' ;: l.t' .:;.;

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