The Fort Myers press
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 Material Information
Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00073
 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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1. ;' t"KING SWAT--IS HERErheiuaaVAssemble I Ii i associate artists. i
1 El wood T Bailey of California..
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with his ".\U Aboard" lecture. I
at" Ball Park ToWltaeu
,. Thursday, 3:30: p. m., Solis' :Marimba -
,. t First Foath'FI.rlda Jlp.pearaate ,c 4 Bund. Helen Waggoner, en-
; .f Game' Idol I''
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.' "- By JAVA-' J. SOLA' 8:00 p. m.. Grand closing con- '
')t. Philadelphia. Newspaper Correspondent cert, Solis' Marimba fund I : i

f;t' f"i Fort-. Myers With-residents Athletic, from tfi small, \ :-'\ ; Chautauqua literally "turned 'em I }

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:t ruddy cheeked youngsters to gray: away." Tuesday night, when the com!
halred'eitlzens.turned. out today .to edy, "'Adam and Eva. was presented
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)i catch a. glimpse of George Herman .i by a cast that lived up to all advance :j :
J (Babe) Ruth outfielder of the New notices. Every chair: bench and !set-1 I i ..
I 1 York .Yankees,and the greatest batsman tee in the auditorium was filled long x
" the national game of base ball before 8 o'clock and through the
;: has ever'' known. I ;V t ,">- courtesy of the Methodist church,

1 |They speak of the Ansons. the De-! across the way, 100 additional "park !
1 lihADt,'. and the Robe's, but Connie ing places", were provided. Everybody ;

i J Mack declares that for long distance I a 4; 1- t i4I was in a good humor, despitethe This turbine casting;, 17 test high, weighing 70 tons, ia to
j cjoutlng! none could equal Babe Ruth. i y rush, and the three acts were received of the gigantic power plant at Wilson Dam, :Muscle Shoals.
; 'Ruth came here direct iron Saint \ ,a hilariously. foundry at Wheeling, W. Va., to its destination the route was

r 1 Petersburg where the Yankees aretraining. Superintendent George G. Whitehead calculated and tunnels measured to avoid (ho.,o taut w 're too

J i ., AI ''I' compliment to Connie of the chautauqua announced

Mack and Fort Myers manager Hug Wednesday that arrangements had
glas*of the Yanks permitted him toe been made for 200 extra seats' for iH*IOO CORRECT FKU'EES; : I l All CANDIDATES

com to this city so the fans In South Thursday night's concert by Soils': I

8 Florida -could see him.Cheering ,, Marimba band. It has been announced In yesterday's. Home edition of ;

P ( crowds followed Ruth tote ,, also that the leader of the the Press the amount of money I HARD AS SECOND ,
s Franklin, Arms where he was a marimbas will play request numbersat raised for the Seaboard fund op to
guest 'at *the Kiwanis luncheon. Ills the evening:;performance. A special press time was erroniouily pub-
base ball extolled Con. feature-\l lished as $9.400<< instead of the '
ability was by the concluding programof :
.. John Q. Sargent of Vermont was confirmed bv the Senate as attorney general PERIOD HEARS .
; nU Mack; manager of the, Athletics. !, ehautanqua,Thursd :r night, will cgrrect ,Ilgurea .nJu.i.t\} ,. _
after President JtuuLAuistltBtd hia.J&&IIi.lor. Charles Beecher ,
t.: ,."lrL.-Ihama-. .., Qaterywroachia4; ,, ; 1)"ce be audience> singing to marimba ac- The Press regrets this error. _
rz : ",, "'<, rtbaq.. .JlcU.aa sports editor Public Warren of M1ct igan. compartimeut. The story was placed in the forms

,... Ledger 'Philadelphia and an old Tonight's double program .by the i at the last moment and several Thursday, Friday and
'' -'Rnttt then left for the ball park ROTARIANS TO AID 7.YEAR-OLI: PLAYS TENNIS wood T. Bailey, lecturer, is one of the make them conform to the lat Drhe For '

where- he-'plays left field with the big treats of the week, promises ,the est reports- received from the -
'-,, ,Athletics against Milwaukee, of the STOCKHOLM. March '25.-King platform manager. Not; only la Irene chamber of commerce committee.An Thursday, Friday and
American,, Association PUNTA CORDA IN Custav of Sweden despite his (7 Stolofsky considered one of Am I error in addition and subtrac- the three remaining days
I It"was 'a great day for Fort. Myers years, is an ardent sportsman and erica's greatest violinists, but EI,- tion Is the cause for yesterday's en the'big "Extra Vote" '

: 'bM* bal) f.... They were tickled at in the recent open amateur handicap wbod T. Bailey, California banker- misstatement. bring in enough rotes to [
tie opportunity to watch the Bambino LAUNCHING CLUB tennis championship here won. speaker. Is regarded a. a man with within reaching distance I
:. propel the ball to deep. recesses of with his partner, second place in few equals on the professional plat i sex Some popular I
I the doubles eliminated in lady of 5)r t
tie outfield. being form. His rousing community ad-
lion will drive #
f After the game Ruth Is to be rushmotor Fort Mrer* Members! Will Aid i the finals by a score of 5 to 2. dress at the Kiwanis luncheon, Wednesday LOAN AND INVESTMENT 4th, the closing away nf;ht ia of it
His speed and sure playing created
: ed"by to Clearwater where the Xebjrhbor City to LaunchOrgaatzation substantiated that 'reputation. paign. Will you be cont'u. i
Yankees meet Brooklyn their old ri-' astonisment among the specta- His "All Aboard" talk tonight is
t rala. on Thursday. i jors. with whom 'he is very packed with humor, sound fact and some other lady take the
COMPANY ORGANIZED last night aad drive away
-; I|AU business establishments. closed The of: popular. inspiration. Reports from other ; i _
regular meeting that could have ba
1 a aeon: and It Is expected fire thousand cities where ehautanqua has been ywir .
the Rotary club yesterday lag Just a little !birder It
't people will gather at the, ballpfcrkV .0 : held this season indicate that Mr.
at the Franklin Arms at OFFICERS ARE ELECTED be too late to be sorry for
Bailey is the
;. perhaps outstanding attraction -
12:30: was featured by the will
132 FEET FRONTAGE already awarded
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alloy 'wonder- Just why homage of the entire week, not excepting ,
of Mrs. Arthur E.Hamm. I
presence and chaace ::
your wilt lie-
,< paid :to. Ruth as Individual, more the successful play or the i l
". of. New York City, a sister of I Now la the time, #
{ so than any other athlete. But the marimba concerts. Organization; flay Later Dttelap Into
-, answer' |ts, easy, Babe Ruth standsout' Biir Creevy,- who''stated' that ..hecame ON FIRST STET Club Women PleasedWhen I. Regular Banking" want io wn the E**?* : i
down to see if there,really wasa
work and get resuju from
i In his profession head and ; the tent was packed to overflowing Business : \ ,
Fort Myers: and who declared that
shoulders over other man like abeacon" Tuesday or your chance will be I
: any night for the :
she was in love with the city already. I r \
I on_a ,stormy night BRINGS $$250,000{ "Adam and Eva" performance, members -I There! has. been much talk on the main award. AU the
She in relief
spent several I
tHe baa'won fame against apparently years I of the Business and Professional streets for the past several! monthsof feverfshiworking! : : to. carry
t work in France after the and I
overwhelming odds. Ruth Is.now war, Women's club felt that chantanq.ua a fourth bank in Fort Myers and prize and anyone of the I
thirty:years of.age. but he spen( the gave a most Interesting talk on some TiTas. Property May Re Office Bsild- i really had "arrived" In Fort |I steps have been taken to organize i who thinks they can first( wo 1
r, early portion of. his,.life In an. Industrial of the things that transpired in a .r Jug and Hotel Taking up the proposition last Myerl.l, M i what may later prove to be that working a few minutes a day .. i
r; school,at Baltimore. Whileptayingon Tillage in France during the early Site the club has developed It to a point ]I i fourth bank; Something like a hun .(first ,honors are badly :
'.i a school team he attracted reconstruction period. Her descriptions where chautauqua Is no longer an ex- dred people have associated themselves I its going to take work aU eI' : 1

the :attention;; the Baltimore : of the life of the peasants, their The Vivas property with a 132 foot perimenL The season ticket sales |! together, subscribed for stock it to get a safe place in i

{ Orioles"the, : .same team which' sent : Joys and sorrows as exemplified in front on First street was sold last i this year have passed the $1,400 mark |and organised "The Fort Myers Loan there are hundreds 'ol 1 ;

I Qd: Rommel, Max Bishop and. Lefty : some of their'acts, was the most in* Saturday it became known today, toW and the club will share not 'only ,& Investment Company" Thl4 company ,coming I into the Press office ,. : \

t Groves-to-'lata., Athletics-: I terestiag 'talk of a few minutes, W. Way of Milwaukee, for $%50.- this average but also In the starts off .with a capital stock o! 'report night and hundreds
| Ruth was a, pitcher then and his heard on the subject' or any allied 000 plus selling commission. With admissions.The lD.1 $60,000.00.G. 1 j 1 be t taken during the final
...subject All the Rotarians would rf
eftcteat..lefthaaded'chucking: '' earned the new extension and seawall completed response to the appeal for C. Gatlin, who has been in Jacksonville u.paig1.>.
him place with the Boston Red Sox be glad if Mrs. Hamm would come this property will have depthof son ticket pledges for 1926 was quite I, for 'fifteen years, is the !'! Every Candida'2 should

two .,e'rl later. Ruth was only a again 'next week some 800 feet gratifying. Tuesday night In fact I manager and organizer of the com their report for Saturday
fair' success u a pitcher He laterturned..first Another Interesting feature*: of the The abstract contained only I two (Continued on Page OVISITS pany. j' good one and anles U is, '

baseman' and outfielder program was the magic presented I[l transfers, said Mr. Way. in commenting I M. F. Johnson. 1* president; N. G. find themselves at iha .1'
and became known as the home ,runlugger. by Ada DuvaL magician with the upon the sale. The first was FORT MYERS1ABB I. Stout ,vice-president, and J. Colin I(list and will, probity! have '
Redpath Chantanqna. who presenteda English secretary. The board consists -
from the government to James Evans, tented with a small cash fr
:; 'It' a batter hit ,twenty home runsa number of tricks that' were very !in and the second from Mr. Evans to of J. Colin English John ).(. II course every contestant :

I few :years ago he' was heralded as teresting. Joseph Vivas, the latter dated 1S77. -t.! I Boring, 1 J. F. Johnson Allen G. unless they work!!: every '

4 wo def,. That Is until 1920'when George L, McGinn, "Stone'ODe No mortgages, tax default or other < ? a j 4 Powell J. F. Garner, J. Bowen 'they will never win a'car.

,( Rath '''slammed fifty-nine circuit.Clouta of the best known sport, writers of blot appeared against the property '. .'"W, ,''.. ,'. !Campbel' ] and N. G. .Stout the workers are stacking!
II '1.,1'23 he tied ,with CWI ., the day was a guest and-stated that making it one of the cleanest abstracts I! At present the Institution will have 'little because they had a : 1
llama oftb. blWes with he was fare that Connie Mack bad v no checking or savings accounts but l
i : ..forty-one recorded for some time. x .', i I at the close of the last big:
homers not made a mistake in again; signing these may be added later. The company ;
While no definite! statement cOllldlie ,offer thinking they had ,
t r _:M*. wag 'sold .to the New York up to train In Fort Myers. lie stated .obtained. .from. the. new owner as f Is casting about for a suitable win: for them. They will, l
that he much interested In Fort fI ? t room in which to house the business..
g! Yankeesfor said to be $100.- was :
a.sum to his intentions, it is understood fI [pointed because some ot the
do all he I One of the features' of the business i
Myers, and would gladly
; 180.> !SLftUrtWhea; the Athletics anaaaaced that he contemplates the erection of :who were low on the list at
\ they had'paid $100,800 fort could to help boost the city. an eight story office building on the :I 0,- this company will be longer time i of' .the First big offer have
Other visitors John J. Nolan i loans 'than ia possible with banks
t j Rath"they Yanks Insisted they had I were First? street frontage and possibly'a] near the top and if some of,
.q( paid $1 35,eeo .tor'thetBambino.: /, ; of the Philadelphia:Bulletin, and who hotel with the completion. of the flit i It is expected, .to have the new :ers are not, careful they ]
run clouts epic. has been ;writing baseball for.the. i company organized( located and
are .
: a!rod. the seawall.THE [them and wc!!: away, the
U. is a left handed bitter' of tre- Fort, ,Myers Press while bert, far ''t t :ready for business in a' few weeks er of the Eaa-x on the ;
jf.tsendou eater.Ho. la six feet, Bobbett, :secretary of the Realty I !
WEATHER [ JAIL BREAKERS OX TRIAL Every contestant !ill- urged .
eo tla..lac1aea tall weighs 235 pounds Board.'Captain Howland, of Jackson ,
i. su jpalgaf: puaag-rj to see (that Y
and 1Iaa 1es' a thirty-six ounce bat vole, and George 'Whitehead of the -- Highest temperature i iI ]j
> Sheriff Frank B. Tipplns and IOn, [going to make a Rdod ,
easily as the average person does. a Redpath Chautauqna.Visiting Rotarians yesterday ...rr.7e 9 L I
x I' r Walter, went to LaBelle this morn [:day night A-t-r t Saturday !!
ftiothglck! ;'_ Incl1ld .-' Con Tenny of th Lowest temperaturelast ,r' [ ? ,
: *5: The only. way the,pitchers'caa'beat Newton Iowa club. Clarence C Puffer. night .......63 > ling to takeover.. the Morgan boys :".0male their: final ;' .
,- '3 aim la to pass him on to first base in ., of Brockton Mass, F. A. Smith Rainfall. 24 bra,* to VJ wanted thero.. -Judge George- 'W ,neF'her tl;:.: during: the j :

-'.. lae1a.1, Hi holds the world::record Lebanon,., N. II, W. J. Stark; ot 8 a. XL, Ins. .'.. ,0 2 1{I \ ltt.-rtt> W h itehurst.. | I 4lk'4e:: triven! : as' aunt. j
'. for:.being'given bases on balls. Ruth Flint Mich, and E. O. Kirkpatrick: ot Wind, direction KB I i The baseball eyes'of the nation are Bell this week. ] thei w*\;fhla week.:
i r'r'I.is last'forfa' .big man"and In a match'l'Iee Benton 1IIIn( ..- -, Wind. vet.. miles .8 I{t i[ on Fort Myers today aa it plays host I It will remembered that the i '_:I1n &**' D' "f1elo1of.. :

,la/ New, :York, last springwith ThemeetEng; was..honored also "by Sky .'. .,f. .4 Cloudy]1 to George Herman (Babe) Rath. Margins are two of the six prisoners|j'still lexUrs; ;a t1t! race fop'
C T er ,'olymplc champioa,,defaate the presence of. committee from Barometer .. ..30.07 [ standing figure in Ameriea'I! ;.a out-I i who, sometime since participated in a. se:*; ,sad an1" ofe..oll.

linaes. 3 j' H.'John.sOD"Wm., S. WhItfield and J, night and Thursday; moderate northeast -. trio uniform today -'and- i I away, only ,to be arrested later- a'Denham is following' I t ,
:. t. \ .-- A winds. Milwaukeei-".;, Alva by S-herUt Tippina. ,- (evaloned Pace i "
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\ ; /\ttoRT\ 'FREsS :{ EVERETT TRUE I Radio quite press unmolested swamps, where:except they by aa'remain occasional -I 1- COMING EVENTS \ : : t/: !iff'dttH4l.y

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1..u.4 t Pa16! leEWt.Surd.r.i at.OIe Pre.S B ap.t" ,.U1 Ack- hunting party and an
i w. StrMt,. Fort IInn-I'J8rkI& Fort Myers admirers of Everett True famous ; deer taken by the Seminoles \ T-filtlt'. 'r ,

i.I -- --- '- ""Own d By dispenser.of justice to human pests afflicting -, BY JtlM ALL MOUTON STARttINTEEFEKENCK 'as a source of their regular! ; fresh, '. -,. 'Myers K I waD I is 1-

a ..;mETORTlIYERS': ;: PKESS'IBcorporalef society will be interested :know that the I' mast supply. The Indians never l' club 'Will' .ineet at the :a;:

: 'fltfWJr.Z: mnuJt. PiMl b r >_Bd_General M..UU* Bayonne,, (N.-J.) Times considers. Everett one slaughter: wild game.of any..,l nd- fJiJiijP Franklin Arms hotelat .. aTbsrcday
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1 Only enough is killed to supply 12:00 o'clock.
E..t.*... u Second: eJue mall- matter March 14.: flit Y th. of the nation's benefactors. Says the Times: ... ---- .. "
J.... ttfflo. at g rt-My.f Jlartil ,. U th U:.. ..,y: _--'--; .. -'-. personal needs. Their natural, : .
> M> >r Act of March ( "The funny page of tod y is not always :. .r./i. ::::--- -... CDTIOIIeM, ."".+ i the game TreatySixthThe !
.. Is to Jealously guard ,
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I FeuD4014 a. a w..kir frequently above the level r.f = <;
n..pep Nevember 21. 1U4 aad a merely funny. It rises ;---- of interior-another fine testimonial -1 of .Calooiahatcttee' .
: ; : |the meeting ;
1 a rlaar en Match 14. uu. ,. caustic.satire If. .. .
farcical and attains a ,, ... of! :
of the cheaply / Ideals and sense
: ::'-" c; e '"\ to the high tribe No.31. Imp ..O, R. Jt.-'wiU, I*,.,
*\ IfEXBIK OP' THE ASSOCIATED PBESS ,., occasionally deserving display' on the first page. :-::: 5:;: : the eternal fitness of things e held Thursday night asusual'sA4; af-' '. 1

t ft*Tha MietiMr AMOcUtedrMa ts *xrl. a other-for 'Take Mf. Everett True, for instance. ,Ile is : : 7l \\ tamed by the vanishing Seminole.ter-j,ter the regular meeting there will be

wl..dckredite. la this Mwiptper and ala. tbe local MW* pwbAU among the keenest critics of our time. Extremesare ---- The open season for bunting In i a debate and.feed. All Red Men,I r

nchta, 'of twiwbUeailoa of dMCtel al paki s.ksws an his chief aversions, as they should be the IOMOKo OfI'CtftoImOTIOII cAD*, iVW*f r6tDEDrARwG F.dM.... Dade and most-though not all-j i whether or not I in' good standing, are :
.... r..rv.dr. aversions of every civilized man. too, Te. '. ""-440. counties where they_ are to be found Invited to come and aUtnd.Ubls debate '" T I II
:- I11BSCJUPTICW Bins ., 'The actions of the irascible but nearly always ,,- t for wild tu'ikey. quail, turtle doves, and aocial, meeting which begin -

I la. 1 and>H, Hn4iy Co9l-.'Cpunttca tin .rlott bit Out M andMoochH.odry. ra CtUlcr CouU. Char- reasonabje31r.) True are invariably,amusing. FROM- STATIONS SP ARIi TRANSMITTING I swan, geese, brant. ducks, rails I I ; rat 8:50. ,A '**% ij. .....
p .Mr I*0n y it Ha words, when' he is'at his best! are difficult to coots, sand-pipers, curlews!.!snipe I and. .The question.:!''for debate iasclredr "ftei t '- I
ibrM ldoatlt s. 1.11: 'ThtM M.a t"' ?!.?. 'sharply and with Interference from spark or "code: interference from a ship .sparlc.station i plover Is November\ 39 to February That 'a gambler Is a greats! f
IIt eath5 ,,. ,. aria ,8U. \ ..M.nUi* 1.14 -'for the criticisms they so
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*Doe Tear .. S -.... On_Tear _? r.w brevity transmitting stations, contrary to is graphically shown. Such a 15, inclusive. Open season for phea- evil to a community lhan.a.drunkt" ; "
such consistent express. the average belief, is not due to ship station operating on 450 meters sant from November! 20 to December! ard." There will be goOd debators '.
TM w ew-p.,, My.r. Pr a.On* Tear "The ,episode of last Monday is memorable.In interferes with reception of signals -
Tb. W eUy Fort Iftm fnuu Six Moatb. lill.I' radio amateurs or "Hams. but in station 20; for deer and squirrelsXovember,,, on' each side' .and enjoyable eve-
of the' two-part tableau a from a broadcasting operating -
.. .v the top'pictures' most' cases is due to commercial on 440 meters. I 20 to February 15: Inclusive! No" hunter ning Is promised all who'attend. ? ''v '.
I I' raucous citizen stands with uplifted finger before ship and shore stations operating on f license to '
under his
SUST ''hlF.ltlB R The annoyance: which this inter., Is, privileged ----- 1
\ .. :Mr. True. who as usual 'is frowning and says: wave lengths within the bands given ference is causing broadcast listeners kill'more than one deer two turkeys. Friday, Twenty seTenlb.SThe ':"

r 1.t. .._\ "' EDITORIAL 'And you can say what you please Mr. over to broadcasting stations. Near- has been largely remedied by re-, 20 quail or 25 birds of any specie in : young women's auxiliary of ;
i IIo isn't blamed thing in this town by powerful spark stations may allocating these ship and shore sta- .'
True;,but there a a single day. According to the present the Baptist Women's Missionary BO- ';> \ J
1 4 '19'S I' 4 ..19Z tiat's. right 1 No matter which way you turn break through on any wave length tions to wave lengths higher thaa statutes there appear to be no open I elegy will entertain the young women :'*
1 on any type of receiver, althoughthe those used by all broadcasting sta ..
ASS.otWl0NI here's-' particular wave length at which tions. Ultimately most all spark season: In Dade County fur the killing of the church and cong'egatloDat ;';
"In- the lower picture is to be seen only the :I the interfering stations are transmitting stations will probably be replaced of bear af} this time. Penalties! for] the home of Mrs. A. E. Raymond. t'" <'
I 'j...'- tattera Kewipaper FDbUthen'4 AwocUU articulate one fleeing wildly, while not far behind is usually at the present dayat by a different type of radio trans hunting without a license or killing I 820:! Second street in honor of Mrs. .- ..1
Kf _.FUrlda Prep liMclattoa. the of Mr. True's umbrella and the tip I or above 600( meters. mitter, which will free the air fr.m game out of season are punishable bya Allen Leavell daughter of Dr. and : ;.
aj pear top; illustration nhie-etinnable inerferrnceBIG ;
In his
the drawing
M.Bbr Florida ItMclatei DaOlcaWednesday of his menacing.shoe. Mr. True -saying: as an -.---- "-- fine of no less than $2:+> nor more Mrs. D. S. Henry, of Michigan avenue.
'. lemtterBoth :Flirtdi: mi' luoe4lloa. M ROAMS 1 than I:tIIO.I Mrs. Leaven is a Christian educa-
; ; 'Don't worry about turning! Keep straight GAME STILL IN ,,
tor in China and will serve a Chinese \
I ,Afternoon, March 25, 1925 ahead-you'll strike the city limits and I'll stay I' FLORIDA'S GLADES COUNTRYthe Spring makes almost everybodywish tea at the meeting and tell of ';
with'you to see that'you get there! I ,
-- he were someone else.: her work in the Flowery Kingdom. :.::
BIBLE.THOUGHT FOR TODAY I "Thisis, the method he always uses. He By T. riJSTOX PAGE hunter for big game In Florida. w

ft. I answers the fool according to his folly. His obvious la .Mlaail Herald Withall he is absolutely honest!! :and
NOTHING TO FEAR-Thou: son .criticism is one to which' every citizen of Comparatively few persons, per- dependable under all circumstances:!! The Old Home Town By Stanley : .. {:f

of man be not afraid*-Ezekfcl 2: 6.YTfttevFrHt Intelligence can subscribe. haps coming to Florida for the first --he no leave white man .In 'Gladesall "',-ts.';.'.' ,

"Everett True does not object to criticism time have anticipated the possibilities same bring 'em home., safe." tln1DFs sw a. .rSS -- b M'<-
Saws wSMKevoow
tt ';ii.F !JIYItBS Pats PL.tTFOsiA'Bd of the city. He himself is nothing if not critical. of sport with a gun. or the bag- And despite the ruthless manner in kL rwM e !L (\ '
hate ging of large; game. A large majorityof which his illustrious ancestors havebeen' ; ; :
But.he hates as every man should generali- : V* I

;: ( .iul Lou 'lhehtloa.I r zations based upon nothing but air, and he recognizes our little visitors about have finding probably so-called thoughtbut deceived slain and plundered r Taw eaR trdMe w -- th', !
any robbed of his country, by the white v+w.a scn ,
I 13bfteilag.-flail far Murlpal! Rater ; that extreme conclusions draws from
1'Watch' '
large 'game-deer, bear and turkeyanywhere malt of previous centuries, there ,ia rrntwet '
1 9ydeli., these loose statements are not only erroneous in Florida. Nevertheless\ no malice in the heart of the Seminole tswvose rouite ." !
.r Iilkod' Park: a" 1fnlclp" ..AdJ.trtaa. but'distinctly> harmful. these larger game specimens are to today which would prompt riDg1'TO S7IaTRtwT t ,pD

y ,,,5 ..... .... "Having taught us this having discovered be found in more or less abundancein I prisal of any description or the re.1 ._ UTTER SN UP AStD lt; -. io saRa1- = r .:f
1lfyere: Fnot. ....I.ta1'C. fallacies with unerring range and mowed them the fastnesses of the big cypress of so much as the white man's gun wnvts raw. 1 nyt SlYSSJUST sy uP w i ,

t. Ff'e Brldf to cnwe Read. down ,with the staccato effectiveness of a machine swamps of the Everglades: and other provisions during one of these .

\ Deeper Bh r ChMMl' Pro"M' Eitnie far : gun Everett True has become one of our I more densely wooded and sparsely Moreover he will take the white man atx. iwu-
t3aTa ,
Ouaa Ootof Tetilt.Gmp1eW..l most'valuable! citizens." populated sections of the state. in his dugout; with, all the paraphernalia -

Lie-Cooaty"a System ot Hoait... 1 Old Bruin, is perhaps less numerous the same will carry and pole .3 r

GmplttNlf.l| :; TiBlaml' Trio aid.. Fer('.,en- UP TO THEM ; than deer and wild turkey but the laden craft all day through the
i if the hunter in enthusiastic! enoughto saw grass and cypress swamps of the
Pkla.BMfck JI11Iw r.feaittIIkatkrof '
go after him he can find some 'Glades without
a murmur.
Highways", l.f .,.I.r ..tJlr.r! bear yet. Deer and turkey are still Besides his serviceas
: Clear We are going to agree with that school ofthought' Indispensable
Ceebaair Palar al. TaaJaaU Trail acriiLir'Ccnt .
ar: I in the back country.
S ] Palma within the republican party which contends very plentiful a guide; and propeller of the canoe,
t. >/? .4'a'Jtba.I";of .B yal sat There is an abundance .f coon wild the Seminole will discern the signs 1
that the United States'navy is in an awful {
JeGre9 Bmtorari t. Paata' Ba...: cat, 'possum and quite a few otter in and actually. see the' game In the
condition for the asking them in all ,
B fi'ltiuiit U'Easi Coctt purpose'of the dense Everglades, while quail, ,
much' before
h;: f,:;. candor how it.got that wilderness the r
wayoThere II I
ducks, geese< brant, rails coots sandpipers white hunter. When the white man
t was nothing the matter with the navy curlews.. snipe and plover are can see absolutely nothing in the
when the democratic administration turned it
so abundant as to render certain sections I game; line the ,Seminole will readily
f.r over ,to. a, republican- one after the greatest war of Florida both north and southa discern far off a deer or a turkey.

r .Th newsYrom.1'a\\ift Beach t'hat'the.Coanty' of.history.! hunter's paradise. Some wild swan And so"adept is Jhis: red man of the

Commissioners of Palm Beach Codnty,win call'an For. four years, lacking a few days the republican << are also to be found. But as for ducks wilderness in the navigation; of his I HERN DOOtnTTLe. OUST SETTLED DOSMMID ,,.

; party has had the navy to do" what it brant .and,, geese the Everglades and dugout',that..b .,,wllloften, steAlthilypole DO HIS FIRST OUTDOOR wteTturtq sauce
.election next\ftek': f or the purpose" ;,-of votingbonds'.for pleased with. If what pleased'' to do and what lake regions of the state are unexcelled it, to,within !shooting distance.of. LASTF l. WNN.IWNT SVt* PCABODI '1F

? :?the, construction Approximately i a it has done has resulted in the utter demoralization as.a)hontlnj gronnd.! the! .::. game without,! having' frightened! HAPPENED A1.Or14 e'-1 v-s. r '
mlJU I 'dollars.worth of new roa'da'is'gobd'riews( Many ot the permanent residentsas
r ; of this important arm of our military service or even attracted the attention of the --
l andit: is still better Jews, in this section to know whose fault is it? well as natives of the state con alert deer. -of::

I that half of;the amount'or $459,000 of this money I' inherited. a building program that.. would sider .that. if they havent enjoyed a These .canoes, or dugouts as. they
y is*to"' be' XPend d' in ,the' construction.of Palm four: to- six weeks' hunt.," during the are called, are long narrow, shallow
have the Condo
; will made us' supreme 'on water, ,and whichit season each, year they have seriously in Outburts of Everett True. .B?\
S's; money skiffs 12 to 20 feet and more
: merely proceeded, to scrap..without. putting 1 themselves the of! .
gypped on amount Ilength
: be expended bulldintf.the seventeen or eighteen ; ,by 20 to 30 inches wide made e.
r; anything in its place that would save the. situa- annual Joy that is really coming .to ot PeNCcsR: I CAN'T 'SCE. 'CHAT '
ofone single piece' from the half
: 1. mills! of n ;w-xoltd arpunoVthe; .southeast'corner of tion. Its'Washington conference was a farce and. them. Many of our winter visitors ', This '" -
Lake.O 'eechobee'thueconnecting the road'fromw a long .cypress log. primitivecraft' ,L -r- Mot, S410 laws ON 'tbvtt1''tat; c'
\ r failure in every,respect. who hive been here. for a few .sea-!' '
w i Pahfi Beach.to: Belle Glade with the Hendry County -: Jt.oppbsed; and flouted in the most offensivewaY sons .and enjoy .bunting;..are equally sharp Is gracefully prow at either hewn'to end a and narrowor the Cartek 4NI> Ec .IR Yov

i 1. 1. 4.about,, lri'ee.mile8.beyond: Clewiston.' Thbalancejifjtheiboney.will.be .all l efforts to induce the United States enthusiastic in their anticipations of Inside'chopped or dug'out' with a CAN 1 FIN5T= ,
.< : ; v. used in puttinginto an, annual hunt for big game in the "'
to cooperate with the nations of the world to preservepeace maddox' other tools-from which I
.. t the/beat' that section of'the road from Everglades or duck and geese in the
ot-ahape. -1
tl .':.. and enlist .the' moral and physical the .Indian's canoe derives'its name _
E Palta.Beach i to'.Belle Glade; and making Palm lake regions. There are ducks of all ==-
t forces of ,the civilized. world to prevent wanton of -dugout All these boats are -
p Beach County's part'of the road a good.road.. It kinds by the,, millions. The same extent --= '\
r,. (L : aggression the part of any nation'on'bnd or made by the Indians by patient laborious -
and .nlp ,
will apply to quail
; '1:': \ is.poaaibl&.fOl'ithis bond Issue, to be voted the sea- and.,thus making it to upbuild hand labor. Owing to.the extreme 'a. ia0a
; necessary a -
various ..kinds.So, that the hunterof
;.. i t bonda'sold' "and the work completed by next navy sufficiently to dominate the seas by intimi the north need make no sacrificeby I narrowness and shallowness of :
I. January and we fere assured by some of the bespeopld'irfPalm dation. the craft the use of oars' for pro
moving his permanent residence -
.. ;"Beach"'County that that is just. pulsion'are impractical so the' Semi- I
r .. ] And now that it has done this if finds this to Florida. In fact..the variety, and -::. I t
what will' 'd ne. country* not only isolated and distracted, but extent jot this ,field will be .nearer nole.: after properly loading his dugout :;- ,
S 55 tbe1westcf'ottbe with family and provisions t
oW i is ,
road Xee. .County without'the means of defense'if its policy should and more enjoyable in .Florida than

JRw) rebuilding1: ,part"of,the road and in a short I bring it into armed conflict with the other nations In the.average Northern state from stands propels in It,the along stern,with of a the slender craft pole and tNNY, 1 Pus: iT -[ r'V l' I IM1NLrt '-,;,

t ''.t1nufW1n'h"e.tt> ompliBted.L Hendry County haYpted'itq.bbndi that might have the backing of the league against whence he came. from ,,12 or;' 14 feet In length, at the I : eoor;; AGO : ,. \
sold them,and: engineers are The nimrods of Miami and their
f 'j : : it
:T rtowbuay: \ gett ig J ready, for> -construction of in, which'it it submitted has no representation.its case to a court or league visitors who, enjoy the quest,.for the rate water of,canal 60 or CO'around miles a 30 day,In 40 a miles still ''''' MU T' -::. _=: : _

1 ';. I itf jiir ;of j the; road....,U i seems' therefore easily larger game, usually, organize Inpa'rtles through'the,'saw or' or of the t-t R .! :. t --i..
grass swamps
: this j road to within less of three or more, with a cook /
.: '.' topqssibte fp; be.trayelable LAWLESSNESS A NATIONAL PROBLEMA. ( Everglades. '
tons hunt of four to six weeks. They ;
tai ir.l egrand *.steady.stream vicars coming drive out tlte'Tamlaml. canal 30 miles Various hunting parties leaving .. '':' ""
'. aid) ;jrofng. et"'et'J1Palm' Beach.and''Fort'\: 1. jMyertqye.vthi4. C. .Bedford, of the Standard Oil. Co. of west of the city where they are met Miami, after: being driven out theTamlaml .Co ''J

.>road., .Jt.ia Jndee4>good news;. and;we New Jersey, blames lawlessness not upon the by a band of four or five Indians with Trail for a' distance of 30 1\ : .

i .Jjope.to.hear more about it as the days go by,. and< police. or the courts, but rather upon the mass dugout 'canoes! previously, arranged miles west, embark' with a band of ..= 'o :,
tube able to announce- its eomp1etion"within' the four or.flYe Seminoles and leave the
consciousness.. He says: tor. who act as guides, and get back ,. .
:time-spedfied.; bThe'Press boosts all good roads, "Last year a total of around $2,750,000 was into, the big cypress swamp some 70 canal through the saw grass for the =:= ;;:

$ 1 : : aft:thr'time;,,,-especially: : any road that leads taken in hold-ups burglaries' and confidence miles from, Miami. But without the Interior'' of the Everglades. These .'

'. to the City'of'. alms.t games,. and another round total of $100,000,000 lU'of these trusty Seminoles Ute hunt parties' usually stop for the firstnight
t ,:r .. would be'quite impossible and at the camp of Johnny Willie 1
watt stolen
... through forgeries. When add -
J you the 28 miles northwest of the point of /
tttVfft .i fruitless, since a majority of hunters:
} ; INDUSTRY: EFm'AM' ERICA N collateral 'cost of crimes its detection and punish- would not proceed far,from the canal embarkation. At' Johnny Willie's Yes, ii.PlUSY: l3r.' NtRE Yo'VGi )

r WORKMAN, ment. ; we are struck with the appalling fact that into,the fastnesses of the Everglades camp a band of 15" to 20 Seminoles t :o-r EVc R'ITNING IT' -rHL. wfD a. wiwrsu .'
f .
1 4 ,.r the total bill last year equalled our national before they would be almost, hopelessly make their permanent home. Here HeR 'N Tats HCg? 1nVf !;

o' budget-t3,5ooOOOOOO; I am convinced that lost l These faithful keeneyedand the hunters are given an, Indian but c.DOK, 'd t
Whentthe; kVockeV: tells yotl, :thr country i is good citizenship cannot bo forced upon the people alert Indians have traversed practically and' mad comfortable for the night.

going,ta the dogs,[that. workman Is exploited by.more laws or more police. It mustbe.the re- every. foot, of the .Everglades The following day the' hunters are 1

by capital and that generllyz the AmericAnindustrJal.sy !- sult education and.moral training that makes cypress swamp, dense morass and poled on' by their Indian'guides Into

t I ; tem o( private f industry has'out= erim ,repugnant. The church can certainly take all-and will take a hunting; p.rtl.nlwhere' the big ypress swamp some 20 miles 3

.hvea. its u set ulnesau:and.should '.be'superceded b y; the lead in this kind of education." Its members may: wish togo from"Willie's' camp where they pitch :

s)nip. ofsodalism'and; communistic' control of Good ,morals' is good government and good and bring:; them back saferyj. their tents for the seasOD's hunt 1 :
a enterprise and individual activity read The Seminole' wonderful knowledge : Here plenty of 'deer and turkey are f
,.productive citizenship. It is money in,the bank and food on
t ,him the.f HowftiV figuresTt .. the.table and one's;own roof over one's head.' of wild nature, his Instinctive found and now and tben'a' bear for <;r1
sense of direction, as well as ..Information those who care to tackle old bruin. '
men relative to. the most prolific; The deer feed oar the clumps of -1
Stilte 'amomited to $ 1.135OOO
I good. sources of game are indispensable to high l land In'and around the,, big :.ey-< o w .a wnnct .c,
irf-1923; the Census'Boreaii;announces.in a sum;

I nMryof data ed.Jn"the.last-biennial census MOM'tf; PQP' ., $,

''niimifaeture: ;,ttThe;?;1923:: total,was 138.5 per IJ Bv .'TaYloUx 6.'t:
.ceiltrgreet t.. .twuj V'tor:1921when? : ;; ')., the"I-factoryvahie.for .. r'sm '-, .. t ".,
x' siich-Jproductft totaled''," $43,653,283,000:' 1PDPYYORk1N614isSMOWL'WAS.NO DO He'S GOt.3e.'tb POP.ttow tst1 .niST FiitiE t l't pjiiT GOOD., $HUM'IU.'tI < tPcAYs
1919//f ,total of [ fou taltoti IT vi LAST ALT CH 0t3wH'rv P "' -tV
? : VtyS-
J.litit:2.5/petr.ce'nt.less.'than.the1 Tar TonlaGttt OOVflvJ AT'ME PI4J.N.E'HlS' : I L TME 1 Ay ? Loa B .MAT VJi19AYY.SHE.,! j
; ;
.. 8E:51
.$. 204t; : .rTheLdecreasein MOM,. AFTERNOON AND : 1Ner fwwH 0. S At, !
v:'"w 1923.M, compared with' 1919 'ftiEPiAyrvAS: :50 6EEN INA'tAIW, CouaTROork cal, elms. ?

,I vas>ttribute4 ,tostheJiither\ price levels of.the 'GOOD fCAUED'POPAMD TIME cEsE' JuMPEOtN I (

:tliar el' earAndit was explained' 'the output MAO HIM 6O f e 1HE TANK- Nis '

)" ,efUl!. liabe to be.19.per cent greater in quan- \ To"SEe; nT < ."

s titylfa.9ZttbaD.. iIl'1919. .
c r' .iilDudnt.l928 there were 763,233 wage workers e pit =
o employed in' manufacturing: establishments

t aa compared-with 6,946,570 in 1921 arid '9,000,659 NG 1
to .
in 1919-. vWage:..payments! in 1923 amounted to ; Rf: ".!

"S1098 ',89t>;OOO'whicl1"com'PU'e8."ith awage ac. :
in 1921.and i/ r rI
1 it. of $00,224,000. ; .-

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w'i er w electric.motors, ,etc, used for pri- + -k fs r:
mnnnfirtiiTiffg"" establishment .
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,740,429 nr 1ge3. 1'11ei'' aggregate: sLs't

: '19it. 5I 2411d8,6@Sttons; q1 :: -1 1St ". .i"A'C
aontfn ,$W.iK tons in ., Ise .tJrj 1
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being 9,9 per cent;;
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Illustrated.crossword puzzle now takes the floor. Many of the \
words in thW:fcuzxle! refer to tbe"sk tch1In: the-center. Only three are ;
designated by arrows, bat there are more. THREE DOL DAYS

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'ii'4 1) 23 4 + Its ZS $1 March: 26, 27, 28 t \ :, :,. : '.\\1

r Ii". 30 = = 15 31i 51.00 Will Buy fchandise! Wovth $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, and Even iltl, .:::1 I:: .

I, In Fact $ ,,:OO Will Buy .
11i Higher. 'Anything On This Page As Advertised. : ; : .
i! Come Each Day and Save Money! Hundreds of other Items at Dollar ,$, '- ,. '

i Day Savings Not Listed Here. Three Bargain Days. 1 \

!1 1iJ 373 H. : 3!' 40 4t 4Z 3- 44 45i
i iJ Mien's and Young' Men's 35c Lisle Socks iJ '
i/ 4f 41 16 99I s.> Men's Suits I ,
: I Spring Shirts Here's the bargain! 7 '
I So 31' 53 5 S savings of-
I isa p's '-Underwear TicsI' Men fine mercerizedLisle ,-,

1 55 sa.rl and Young' Men's J Socks, worth 35c ,

-. '.HORIZONTAL-. 11. Devoured. --- I Suits. An! new styles. l and Hosiery to 50c pair every- 2

1. Shrewder. 13. A hostile ship. Every new model. where, at Swan's, men
S.9. Pierced Assembled with facts.horns or tusks. 16. The occurs.point or place where a thing Savings .for Father will save if they buy

10 Instrument for rowing No. 26 17. Exists. and Son at Swan's, l these at five pair for
horizontal.: 20. Living near the ground.. Dollar Day. $1.00
14. Atop. 22. Charges with air. :
15 Commanding officer on a No. 26 24. Animals without feet. t L <
horizontal. 25. Beer
18. Half an em. 27. To fell trees. .. MEN'S\ 75c UNION SUITS \ I + TURKISH HATH TOWELS i
19. Lyric song 29. .025 acre.
21. Abounds ,'".". '.f'l, 32. When No/'26: horizontal comesIn '. Heavy weight double thread 1
21. Imitate. : .of that men /
sight a bay. Here's the bargain ,
23. Father. 34.. Officers ranking. next to No. 15 of r woven and large size Bath Towel. '
25. Point of compass. horizontal!! don't get the chance everyday They're going to be sold at give
26. See picture In puzzle. 38. A bend t>f'X river. !' High grade Union Suits- ', ,
28. Sea-sich passengers on No. 26 39. Behold. regular at 75c. f $2.00 to $3.00 away prices, 3 for . .51-00 4
,> sells everywhere
horizontal have food brought to 40. So be'It
them on one. 41. .A mineral'spring. Swan's: price Dollar Day is most INDEX SHIRTS 10 Dozen

:SO.31. Yourself.Spike of corn." S s" 42.43. Bone.To'gluL' amazing for. . ... .$1.00 Women's Silk HosierySpecial ,.
32. Indebted. ; 45. Inlets' from No. 8 vertical. Shirts that ordinarily
of high grade -
33. Newspaper paragraph. r 47. Small fishing boat. showing '\
35. (While. 48. Wtyen.la danger on No. 26 horizontal Look! Balbriggan Underwear sell for not less than Silk Hose, the kind that women
38. Direction of* sailing .toward- the cry for help. $2.00 to $o.00 will go on usually from $1.25 to $1.50 -:
Scandinavia..' T* 51. Sixth tone of diatonic scale. pay
!: 1. Measure. ';; 54. .Masculine pronoun. Men\ Your opportunity is here. sale at only $1.00. All pair for. Women may choose at i

S*!t.... A Perched.rope for catching cattle. Man\ Loses Hundreds Supply your needs at. Swan's. are pretty: patterns full only, the pair . . ...51-00
ilL Negative. Balbriggan 2-piece suits, the cut-wIth and without <
17. Instrument determining direction Of Dollars"I at Swan's collars. Exceptionalvalues SHEETING '
kind Dollar Day
$1.50 .
on No.26 horizontaLu. am sorry I did not hear,of ."
Unsical note. Mart's Wonderful' [Remedy a few .-one 2-piece suit.for ... .,.51-00 for Dollar Day, 36-inch unbleached Sheeting,
GO., Violin man selection played by one years me several.ago(( as hundred It would dollars.have saved''Fiveyears at only . .,.,.' $1.00 special selling Dollar Day at 7

I%. To dine. I suffered from Indigestionand t yards for . . . ...5100SHOES
I S3. Units of electrical resistance. severe bloating. I grew worse a ,.. -
55. Heathen. r'j. all the -time, My doctor said.an 1 { I Ik
56. Regulates-sails on .No. 26 horltontaL operation would be all that could i
t save me. I took 'a "course of 1 f. ;. Q
1'-' VERTICAL. .. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy In- "-, .'ft'. '" ir-i--i: ."
1.2. Neuter A magician's'pronoun.' rod.' ., been steady entirely,and.. for welL.the past. It,year is a'have..ImpIe .. i ftlen's:% 75c .Silk Socks 9 '-'- ." '.ws" -. ,

9. BaCo' harmless preparation that SHOES! SHOES! _t !t' ftJ"J.._ -, ; .
1 4. To sew a bolt rope In a salU!: removes 'the catarrhal mucous t ,', All -are values to 75 I r, ',' ; .
{ ... 15.432 grains.Q. from the Intestinal tract and allays A complete line of fine Shoes .at, .I..C ',' : ?mot-
No. 26 horizontal sailed before the Inflamation which causes thread silk'socks. \ ,-
f the wind. practically all stomach liver and money saving prices! We can,' paIr-pure ,
7. Hebrew for DIety. Intestinal ailments. Inclndlng'ap- always save you money on your Men will to J
ft. Where No. 26 horizontal .1;I pedicitla. ,One dose will convince save V ,
I I see picture.. or money refunded. Hunter's DrugStore shoes'! Then you doubly save, ,
5. Portals. and Druggists everywhere. because they give such. remarkable -... buy" socks. here at 2pairs .., .:. '.. New Spring MILLINERY and Summer _..

Uiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_ long wear. 'for : ... $1.00
| FOR SALE | '. < (.1'. 2 New shipment just received, and -
IIBeautiful .
.. ,
5 Roomed Spanisli Bungalow- = 85c Silk Hosiery 4J', is specially priced for Bargain i

g i Tiled.Bath, Oak.Floors, Cedar Lined Closets, | .. .,. -:;. ", Day selling. Come to Swan's and .
| Garage .Etc.-as near perfect as "possible.; | Special selling fine silk hosiery. : save on every purchase you j 1 I

1 Royal Palm Park. Come in arid let .:-us.> show 1 Choose here and save on your : ::: make. 1

| you-Small payment down-easylterms. I hosiery bIll.VhIle.. quantity $3.50 High Grade Hand Towels

2 for ... :. $1.00 : ': I
I c SEMINOLE REALTY CO., Inc., I lasts, pair STRAW HATS ::- sfif <: ': BIG BARGAIN SALE ,. ,

! s 230-1st Street. I '. o Every housewife needs more and

: .mmmnimimHUMiMmmiiiiimiiitiiiiiiiiiinmniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii' ' .!.!. iiiimimiimiTi" ', Pretty \ 'tt.r. .' .' Specially priced for : still more Towels! Here's the op :-. 1 I

.; S Dollar Day--- Straws .:.;. ,importunity to supply your needs,' ;
.I Dress GinghamsChecks ',: ., '; that ,have just arrived, 'at only ,12 for . . ...$1.00 ;
I stripes, plaids! in beautiful ." bon special at ;
It jJ'r S h wtoprisell ; F F 72x90 SHEETS :
t. ; pattern, designs. : .._," ,this Men will .- ,
that women usually expect to n: '''' '' Blue bird brand sheets. A real -
I sure effect quite a savC
t Dollar 1- bargain at regular'price of $1.35.
pay more for! See these on. : ing if they buy their J j ,

\ --.r .. ;,. Days at only 10 yards straw hats here at $2.25 Special Dollar Day Sale, at, :

I: ':-;, :\'' :(,:Stittne ,.:,..-.f\" for '. . . ... . .$1.00 only., . '";. . . $1.00 !!

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nor ;,6 :f ... 1 F' -' -. A chance to save- Regular 5c QualityDollar r; I
I, ,<"\.. ,!, ,...,.., Special selling of New'Curtains! Make\ 1

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-'- \ '-? t 1 regular 25c<: :.Gotten, .. house look fresh and : Days you can I

Hose-:comes: in all!\ new! Attend Swan's for i
: : "' buy a,supply $1.00. ,
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buy fine curtain While quantity lasts
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scrims..at only 10 .. .
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Telephone Fort 170 Myers. Florida P. O. Box 833 sh comes A Delightful Hotel, Soft Water in the

Bath, Steam Heat

.' Lovely Solarium .
I \ :Dr. Geo. MasganaVETERINARIAN

\ Surf Bathing, Excellent Golf

French Rabies and Vaccination American Graduate. like to cook ? Surely Music and Dancing Daily : -

I! Tags 24 years Furnished practice. It's Teddy Bears' Torn in Tub' not for themselves. You '2' Y!, Wonderful Fishing and Shooting 1 : '

\ 810 Anderson Are.., B ABT'S dogs and kittens '
whether they be rail live oni know, when men folks '
; %r :'Just stuffed-his teddy<< bears .... ..
I ind all the other beloved toy and children :\rc THE NAPLES HOTEL :
w. Smltfiwick whclh he hugs and kicks and chewfand i ,

V. and span ac2ornlmuat.< and clean be a*kept baby as hlntmlf.Often spick. how you'll take a slice of avu4 y t P. P. Schott, Manager
Attorney at 'Law':
children are deprived ot s ,
Item 3.'.Sims Building the toy they, love heat becaure it bread and jam and a cup p jrQ a .. 5
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Fort l Is reared It will difficult to kerB
Xjtn, Florida
: them clean. Here's a In "bo.t. 'It .
of .
oil the t
however.1 which easily cleans stuffed tea; cupboard ,,, 1 :
toys even those of rough
"' tike teddy bears' and long hatreCanimals. shelf and! call it a meal jjjYhcn ir' r6' .
Land For Sale inr > i tf
IO'NA Make a thick lather of Ivory soap Tampa-Fort Myers\ -Everglades
-i ; and wttb a small brush rub \ the gang comes J ,'
;s ,,7 this briskly Into the surface ef the r
Shawcross & Gannon .../.pouring Ria>* thoroughly clear lukewarm and quicklyby water back, every thing's sdlf ,. eat y, 4j Steamer t Everglades
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a e e 41 J +' j !i
= .: Python Bonding over It. Never lay the body of the eooood Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Thursday
\ toy In water. Do not Itueeze.'but ferent. You set o cos,, ob o, t Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday and Friday ;_
Palm-Lee Park has, an eighty foot shake aa free as possible from, J e4 a oo Leaves Fort Myers Friday for Everglades
water and hang In the sunshine the table happily I !
boulevards parked, la the center
and also'In a brisk wind tt pos fUSE
ti with Royal Palms reaching' from )Ie- elble. until quite dry. know how THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION I.
Gregor bevlevarft' to the. TamlamlTrail. To fluff out the hair of teddy you
S-lO-tfc bean and'lolI -halre4 dogs and ,-
dryKOTB cats 'brush lightly_: when thoroughly the Y'rc !going to' Florida Railroad & Navigation Corporation

I:i rt: DfiCX 'B? GRACE' h.tv d4.xlr..q.n..aNw.raNJ nI-i.J Onr....ntdtrt.! a. .., Mte! Uut In Strut.t Soft nUMUM enjoy the things you've To be sure your family, i Foot of Ireland's Dock 4
.... : Telephone 115 for Rates
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aad '
Physician Surgeon cooked the food that ll the food cook
\ Office 15-lff Earnhardt DM ; keep gets just right \

House 117 Woodford 'AT Sometimes you see a thin man whois them well and with lots of rich milk. Bus Service to.Everglades Daily Except Sunday via, ",
82 Office 1 rlDP I strong. Every pure '
t Telephone ;- thick headed. Estero Bonita Springs, Naples Marco and Caxambas,

I \ :4 .Honte. S ring All this water In flooded rivers mother is like this. Watch Use.Borden's: Evaporated- Leaving 8:30 a. m, t_

k '+ r Palm.Lee Park lias hard-surfaced comes, from the Spring her face when little John or it's creamier than the ordi- Subject to Change without Notice <" ,
: +qti (streets fire foot cement sidewalks,

: '- homeitto electrio; lights! and 'water- on 2-10-tfe.'every. IT HAS LASTED I big John doesn't "eat well." nary kind. Diluted with an TAMIAMI. AIL TOURS,, Inc. J

equal of water it's still
) ,,', : _, di Fort flyers People' Nest Believe h part iimmiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiii' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiuumta/ :{
i Cd'':' Such Convincing Testimony as fine rich milk.
:. A. U"VThltf'' 'MATmiCB ATBEBS Xrs. IladsocVsNa E ,
; I James C. Ftnner _

!\ -, ?:.- LEE XX5UNTT: and Structural ENGINEERING Eafto rs CXClTU ': I one In Fort Myers who suffers f1ordm's .y Use Borden's for i Palm Line I
J .. T w CotmttlnsEngineers' .a Drainage backache,headache dizziness, rheumatic I in two sacs; l soups Royal
y I -.0-' '" ... :i I Bridges-.Fort:&116..Y ers-8tr11f't1ll'1 17or da. Work. 'pains or distressing urinary ills tad: ((16 02.) and i ey andchowderscreameddishesr -

r t can afford. to Ignore this twice-told inuH. ((6 oz.) -
story of a Fort Myers resident It
\{ r Palm-If Park km tight ...Jlcre4'lleum.1 .... Is,confirmed testimony telling of last. r OrJtr KaJ fnm ky tkihttfJrzim IL k -so nourishing, and. appetizing -

d 't ..( a.ellte7" .. ing,benefit from Donna Pill's-;;;a-stimulant tr muffins custards j. 1 Boat Service ;
Regular Passenger f fI :
iimimiuuiumiuiiimiiiuuiiniuiiuuiii.j. evidence diuretic that, to the kidneys It's ,..".tt. .co\ ,f : : '1 r ''t" =',.
no man or woman In "
,' _,;;;"' |Build With Bridal;; fort Myers can donbL*;..a*' : .",_, ) t crqaxn;: pies, fruit sherbets.i I Between [?
\ \ t MrsJW. THaddock All,!. 54 i : t' !
t'orfror.: ......,... ..,*!*.waa-atl rundown .. .- ,t I Fort Myers.... St. Petersburg Tampa Ic
i t i J.!: ,a McDonald,! on &account. of ,the disordered : :.' ..asTt =.:

5 General BlekUjn :: condition of my kidneys. My back
:: ..i'; :: was"weak and many times I had to DOGS FLOURISH IX TIEYN I 1 bites received during.the prerious, 24 Recent discoveries Indicate the Indians .I. Steel Oil-Burning. Steamer -
f l Contractor let my'housework go undone the hours; built up a great civilisation be-
: pains 'were so serere. I sent to VIENNA March 25.-The numberof fore realizing. wasnt much use. S "ROYAL( PALM f.
't \. .p a Brick and Tile Bnagalovi. 5 Hunter's Drug Store and got a bot dogs Vienna. has Increased from Another sure sign offspring Is .
-. 3 a Speclalry- = of'Doan's Pills, and they gave good 40,000 In'1915 to 96,203 In 1921. This when yon wonder if you bear -a saw A foreigner admits he paid $500 to :.
I 5 ... aJVhy T
= > not build ,substantially. 5 results" (Statement given June 10. abnormal Increase Is reflected in the mill or a mosquito be smuggled Into America.. We admithe == operating a .. i.: EI =..
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1924.) attendance of from 20 to 100 persons got a good bargain
!' I I ;; 5 Box 987-Fort? Myers l 'On'March 9, 19!! Mrs. Hadsock each day,at the Vienna Pasteur Institute We still maintain almost any man I TRI-WEEKLY'SCHEDULE .:.. I '

t t < :1RlnuuMtnnuuuumntnwntnnnlniNtia ? said? "Dean's cured me and my cure for the examination of dog- can make a success If he has enough Men drown their sorrow. A woman ,', ; .',: ", i'I I .s', <
t t has. been. permanent. chances to practice on. shoots him.
I a Hoffman Bros Lack of health strength and en.ergy i mill mllulmll IIMIIIIII mmlll i a: Leaving Fort Myers Monday.. Wednesday and Friday at 5 p.
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I .. shows itself in lines in the face, JlII I III ltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIllllllllI !! = m. Reaching Petersburg at 7 o'clcok and Tampa at .9 O'clock. 3:
For '
: :::: iContractors and BnQders1SW Building Construction fiabbr flesh and lack of muscular :: the. following morning. -:..
.. .'";' .KnelM.lie,. Ii Iiit. : ,andRepairing activity.LEONARDrS- I Streets Walks | Lea-ring Tampa Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 5 V- 'm.
'. :Fort If yen,Tlortda ELIXIR FOR 5 and Sunday morning at 8 a.: m.. St. Petersburg two Jionrs,later., =_
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:' THE BLOOD builds health Lee Construction Co. ... '.
:: strength and It the Comfortable staterooms all deck: 3
i t.? ,' r! t' : energy. keeps I= :: opening. on =:
; flesh hard and the clear I =
SEE eyes
i j I ';.,!<}; ,: Palm-Lee Park bas already interested I and bright: It pots color in the 308: Pythian Bldg. :: 5 Excellent dining service Courteous officers and crew =

i :-i:<:" ofer one hundred Fort Xyers cheeks a sparkle in the eye and E Fort Myers Fare one inclndingmeala and berth _..__ fm. o E '
The way
a !'. :F Myers Build- t
: people 'irko hare pamebased'L.nle: flesh the It is the ideal
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.' ... Round trip. S day return limit _...__... t1 .O' _
: : -\ atel'! 810ttDodd'Roof ing: and Real EstateCompany tonic. Watch Us Grow ,
i: Stay young br using LEON. =

,$:;.: .-< 'AUDI'S BLOOD. ELIXIR It invigorates, FOR THE and I Curbs Floors i iiliiiniiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinn IfORT MYERS TEAM HIS' CO
Seem 17 Leon
: :. ing Co. : Building i f fft.
...,.' :" : Strengthens the whole system,makes = ::
All kind 'of foot applied, repaired rich red blood' acts. gently-on the
Y liver I '" "I 1 iniiiiiittiiiiniimuniiiiiiitiiiini' I I
C'1. ash alnte We do, It I kidneys. Insist on ?
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'.: right* : 'Refute-. all"others. niiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniuiliiiiiiiiumniuiiniinn 1 iitiitiiiuimiiiiiiitiiHHii!I !! ] !_ I

,'. '.. 218 Lee, 'St.. 'Phone 404G. HENRY C. COOPER -1A1J : jniiiuuiiiiiuiiiiiiniuuiiHiiiiiiiiiiuiHimuiiiiiniiiniiHiui! !-- nujiiiiiiuuiiiuBiHmij'

'. ", < .. < gEPttESBNTixOSeminole ISERABLE!! il I Bargains in Suburban :Hom_ s \ S -5 iI -

.:- Realty) Co., M Ereryfcbchr is when 1,=3" 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage chicken house out :=:
A? LONGBRAKE. .- ...-m, MME D... Inc. stomach and liTer are 1 5 house fruit trees, fine; shrubbery-large grounds-only j and J f
.Temporary office All Mt-Let' Got! out of order.* = 3'// miles from Fort Myers' on Lee County Boulevard.; Low :: I I Clean': Safe I Ice{
at residence,! 89? 2nd St, Dyspepsia..eonatipatC indigestion; and,laziness l bflionsneu. i price Easy terms j jI .
Lots of lots Acres of Acreage. -
!Boon 11.12-2-
: qaickIJremoved withChamberlain's
f -- Business Locations. Residences.All I Seminole Realty Co., Inc. / \ -.. __ 11 i

-L\ money makers. I only otter TabletsTake 1. 230-lst Street. a: E Whet? ), you put Jet;)/hi'"a:''' -- w-
L I what.I, myself, am sold on. ; two"tonight-and- 'will feel -
: li- good tomorrow. 60 for you 25 oenta.S.Ideo.y.oLe -:3 r !: drink or upon any. of JE
; .-' r.. ;-II,inltnnnlnn"""""I!!" I nnltnnlnnlnnruminnnlnnnnutnmenmunimnuti" I I!,!!" '!!!.!!!!!'" I I I !! ; four 'foods'you want to -3 ,

.m f ..' \ irifiiiiHiiuiminimHiimmiimimmiiiimmiHmimiiimHiimHmiiuiiiii.i { I Hiiiim '
j. : be sure, of its 'purity. ,
t GRADY.. : r 'FITS'v ?;Lees _MNS) WINTERRESIDENTS. 1 440 acres on Buckingham Road' eight Your health demands "

d _. |' miles out. $100.00 per acre, on good: terms. | ;, such, syS-precautions.J L.v*** ; "\.'', d

: PARK You will find J !
= ours un- ..
Bordwt t 'CaloosahatcheaRlver'All : Daily Except Sunday I 10 acres on Buckingham Road.( Good | .
'\ .front privilege .11. We' write Bnrglary Insurance I -, : usually cleahiree: ". ;
reserved to tot'owners. ,- to..the' Gulf which protects your dwelling'and 1, house, deep well and some grovel 5000.'- | ". ,, : sediment impurities: __ :
\ contents against lose or I|. Good terms.'a> I : ...
SpPTBKTATENRoyal O Sfeamer'blXIE .. ofallkindsH I.'
.n. damage'from burglary or theft 5: 3I r ,..
fclM'rwt,_ Fort Myein rs 'W whether' or not the premisesare .. = ;
i i--'-.'-..IT.. .: ,. \ i\ ; eccapled. I: 100.acres jilst off McGregor Boulevard, 1 :: f Our prices are reasonable ',', .". :,.,.....-...,

f ;jrrftnWELB1' CO.OptotutrisVftad Leave 8iO _..t{ rttnrn Ito pjn. I 4 miles out, just right for subdivision now. | '". weightahbiestand; a, ,1. ... .

1"01 t t"eJen. I Fear**"">%hears en,.Saalbel Beach $1,000 Policy I years, 1 WiSS.year, I1&0, I!? 850.00_pr::,acre: one-fourth dowri?balance I :I: service prompt&hdregularX -' 'Or'r. ,"If.t. :: '

'i'Mfg. Optician 'BoMsl: trip tiiib' ,l,.'uo !i": in 6 to 10 years) to suit you. I' f :| 1di '' ". .
Glasses fitted
Eye Ul First tested 1 ce v Fort Myers :Fto. B aid'uVtTCaVUTa. s.zi' IZE :1 I:: I.' :i: :: *

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s' { ue 8; ILL KOTM 8y8ING Fishing Fine Sea Shells Bathing' Get Phone eae. ,before"!-213..;. yes ringsInsurahcevAge..leave.. j PALM ITY REALTY CO. f Southern; Thtiii( ___ '

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Rent. "
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F 1 r. &-" type like,thla.name J. cent _,word or for boa each number. -A. C. Williams and 'P. II Klnaie. Miss Daisy Albritton .. . . . . 419.500; VOTES :

..i 8-pt typelike' : this, f'cents: day. of Arcadia, are, in_ town on business Mrs. Margaret Bondurant . . . 337,200; VOTES I!
.. a word for each day.
.'- ; 8-pt type" like.this!cents; word ---.. Mrs., Alice Bailey . . _ . . 212,000 VOTES :

1 10-pt: type like m for each day. -F. Watts Hall of.LaBelle was In Miss Ava Barfield, Caxambas . . . 630.000 VOTES i i

this, o4"cents'aword' for each' day. the city Wednesday on business. Miss Irene Denham . . . . . 605,500 VOTES 1BaseB ll1
10-pt type like this, 5 cents a word for each day. Miss Hilda' Golden .57g.100 VOTES

_a tlo..No 4 tlsment will be MINIMUM inaertecl.for. RATE leu than 2$ cent for first IneerAdvertiaement. -' -' William Margerm business of' Cleveland. Mrs. Edna Prince Gooden . . . . .416.000 VOTES I
O, is here
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.:. cent per word In addition. ordered i.:run n-alternate,DAYS.days will be charged 1-J -Lew Shepherd: : of Chatham,-Mass :Miss Verdie' Langford . . . . . 596,600 VOTES

per word OD.r sls.es 1 to the. regular rate on I polar fpe. aDd 1 ant has arrived 1.:Fort Myers. Mrs. {:. T- TVJ > ._ . . . . . .581,300 VOTES

TERMS I1 Miss Nellie Williford .. . . . . 514.600 VOTES

i. I Not *---No "Card ;of Tbaaks-Cub ui or advance"Resolutions" Inserted for less than -Miss Eleanor Johnson who has 'Miss Eloise Williams Punta Gorda . . 470,300 VOTES Milwaukee vs. "Athletics"Thursday
11.Ie. I
I y Thb F.r your own protection' I"1"* ad I8tl"IIC: In .correctly typewritten been nursing at Sanibel Is in lawn (Subject T9 Correction) ..

paper.Is qol re8p0A8b1e tort mittake !*: advcrUMOMot* telephoned In.r for a short stay.

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f:' it -The many friends of :Miss Jean dad night and have a C:30 dinner Fort :Myers who
cooperated with her I:
'! '.+; **!*. .FOR.SALE LOST Wallis will be sorry to learn of- herillness. with those proposing to become Kotarlans organization
'c .' : in making a success of March 2Gth
The Fort Myer club will assist the present!! season's venture Not a :
I' / t For LOST-At March 11, Owynna Institute. Fridajr < the boys from Punta Gorda in I penny will be required from one :
Sale-Rough lacy: direct from gray caracul fur arart with -Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Gorby. of any I
Wp Bilk frln(.-.It turn to t-ffi W. i getting their club going The Press of the follSwing boosters who I:
the helped
>: sawmill to job anywhere In llrndenton Va. spending I
a\. .wynn. Inotltatc3tI3tp.: Wheeling. W ., who are congratulates Punta
t and around Fort Myers. See as before i their ninth successive winter in Fort Gorda on Its r make chautauqua possible: I. G. j
LOST-Urmon and whit liver ticked having reached the point where It is ': Pope G E. Hosmer Ora :
t: ; yon ItU). Whltaker Clifton pointer female Answers to nam of Myers returned today from a short possible for a Foxworthy.I!
Rotary Club The
"IVItllcaae to be Boston Store, J. K :
I. Auto Exchange. l-7tfc. notify II M. Sherwood
1 visit to Bradenton where they were
I 2-24-3tp. Formed Guy M Str>horn, IL A. Stahn, harry
t'::.. FOR SALE-a Chevrolet bought Party who picked up Waterman foun the guests of Mrs. B C Corbtt'dster [ Next: week George H Sr Rollason I Bats. O M. Davison. A Cavalli, t. 11:
first of lain pen from desk In font of Mrs Gorby will be: t&aD.and: T Shaw. Joe
;. ; February run 2000 miles. In Offlc Saturday : Bill Sparklin Sandberg, John M :

r ,< perfect condition, spare tire ownergoing tic.. Itrward.p m. Ileaw.F:. L. Cain brine to Prey J-Z+-Zlp ut-. -1frs: Rl: A. entertained thefono..tnC will report on the condition of the I Bering I>. John (tart. AS. Turner, :

:; : north. Price 45000 cash. Box guests Goudy at the Gift Tea room roads between Fort Myers and West I Jr., E. T. Pepper \. G. Stout II. E. : "Babe" Ruth: Day I

aetf: 205 care Press office. 236tp.. FOUND : Smithof Palm Beach Al C. Williams will tell Stevens, R. V. Lee J. }'. Garner :
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. D. B
I about the Governors banquet and I S. C. Head ley. J. C. English, D. C. :
: : BOATS FOR SALB-Half Cabin Cruiser, FOUNU-Citrd case and black bound McGregor boulevard and her two ball Palm
at Beach
last Friday night. Foxworthy, R. U Mcilium, J. W. :
mahogany flnlah. M ft. lone 11 ft. memo t.<.ok. Identify and pay fort 1II house' Mrs Lucas and Mrs.
, I t1 beam 4 ft. draft. 4tt. IL P. 111. 2Mb Century ad,..l.the Prom office: ij-tf.. guests Carl C McClure will tell about the Blanding.. O H Leifeste, J. D. Mc :
Engine .peed'1, miles 1 per hour --u Wents. of Passaic N J.; Mrs. a
.i- t two bunka fore. and -aft. Beat ; now oawars. FOUM cn Sanibel. a darling little Martin. Mrs E. Fox. Mrs. W. P. Boys work activities and posslbUties Ferron j Wednesday March 25tlr"Babe"
Built by New York Yacht En- as told at Welt Palm Beach. George ,
I female'.terrier. Lost about three Barnwell. Mrs. F. Rehard and Mrs. fROWn : I II
Capeban. Hosmer will report on the meeting of GREETS
l !":... : weeks ago. house broken black; leather C. M. Knapp. of Fort Myers. Mrs. C. the presidents, and the ,possibilities RfTH 4T LI't'liIN :
" ', p FOR SALE-Larct,lot .6. X' 144 .Kat -collapsew. d on Some bod,'. Martin and Mrs. D. B. Smith were
. ... of securing the completion of the Ills 1IO>OHContinued '
Hardurfatdstreet '
facing tJonf to .Iv.
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;t street sidewalk neweravatar eta.8nap! p'et. Sidney' Baldwin SaalbeL the prize wlnn.ers'at bridge Fort Myers.Palm Beach Boulevard.and Ruth with.
at }110 EuieM term. Prcas Cox 2M .. 3-2J-3tp I I II.
1.21-rte John K. Gay will,tell of the Business ( from page 1)
I FOUND-I>ackaKe containing golf stockIngs New Doctor I Ethics talks at the Conferenceand IlIs"'veat struggle now Is with excess -
FOR SALE;-Pandy. fine groom house. and ties. Identity at Peer* sue"- LocatesIn I avordupois
, Lot fcOxl&O. New and aa wall built ae iS6dtRMISCELLANEOUS : the Secretarys breakfast. which more than "Ath etics" "
ran .be ..-. EaM Fort Myers. Small ,Fort MyersFort ,anything; else may end his baseball I. i
payment down-balance like rent '
J; sole Realty Company loo. ae8et: (HUT4HJII TI'RNS career
e J-1I tfc. Myers has another physician CROWDS AWAY : Kiwanis was the victor over Rotary

FOR BALE-i .warm. of bee. In stand- and surgeon in the person of II Quilllan I in a nine inning game yesterday -
Ufe era atreeu bAy... tH.to. Inquire 12U1 1-: -Cot.: Get. Dus ills view finest from thing my bill In all top Florida at Casam-and Jones of Cartersville Ga. who (Continued from Page; 1) i The score was 4 to 3. Bill Bagwells ; : I II

one Good that toads will. noon be the moat valwabie. has-spent the last ten years in ;Atlanta the total was tar ahe'.i of anticipa I double In the ninth for the Rotarians .

FOR chicken SALE farm.: Suburban Extra good nome five-room and Roy Watson. CaxasabaA J-lt'Itp.. the last two of which he was tions. It Is cipctej therefore, thata caused the Kiwanis group to shiver, ,

house arafe. chicken! houses brooder associated with his ,,uncle. Dr. Earl committee of clut mfibers: will I but Lefty Cline applied the brakes 3:00'm.
house. on. acr. of (round, 11_.. fullyfurnished. EVERYONE wants his own home. We hi the-, medicine circulate immediately: an agreement and saved the day. :
Come In and let ua show you. l1t':
Seminole Realty Company. :. S30 First Realty down and balance bOo rent Seminole. He was Company Z30 First street.SSItio.
street. :. 2.t7tfe.FOR and la a graduate of the Emory qua next year.In played here this season and was featured -

SALE: 1,ZM acres of land on county Medical school He took a post graduate this connection Miss Flossie by the nifty pitching which was

Ii- acr .road One-rifth, only three cash miles balance out. 115 to out per FOR household REPAIRS utensils- On go to furniture Wlne'a a Repair >d course in the municipal hospitalat Hill -president of the club, extends I in marked contrast to the weak batting llilillllitlllllllllllllllliiltllllllllllll/Mi
*purchaser' Semlnote Realty.. Company. Shop on Short fcuwet ,South-ef A. Atlanta. thanks to the men and women of .
Inc. ZW J'lntc.. ltfc.. C. Jj. and Boulevard crossing East Fort
Myers J-11-171C lie has been looking over the entire _.
'JI'Ot&l .at .. fgt.M-'wire-haired : state of Florida for: several .. .
p Oft the view from my hill lop at Caxambas -
; terrier I months old. Two males
liO.OO eaeh pups.. Two females JJ5.00 each Cy. the finest thing In all Florida 'months for a location and finally decided .
press Lodge. Naples. Ha. a-11-tfc.. and able.one Good that roads will soon Roy be the Watnon most, vat Caxaiubaa. u-- on Fort Myers as offering the .

., FOR SALJ5 4 0 acre tract 1-1 mile frontage -: j-Z4-etp.Ten ., best opportuities.. lie will practice
: on Naples Ba). price Z2S.OU peracre. l[n_medicine,.and surgery. lie has
t- .
Terme If'dealred; Address H.. B, Dayt opportunity beautiful '1Mores
_ear taken offices at No 9, Simms bundIng' -
titorter. Naples Fla.! ,2-11.20 Uga river and IXxle: Hlgb> "
war foi IXtOOk Voak Aydeton.* Tullahoma. -' I
< FOR SALE or rent i acres all In Grove T nn. -23-10tp.. .
.. full bearing with modern bungalow on s
hard road, i miles from city limits.. PTX f KLTHODIST (CIRCLES MEET THKIE BOYS FISIIIM1Jtfiss
Box 161. S-lt-tfo.
For.8 leOn 'electri. fcaeratori switch- All circles ot the Methodist church Georgia McFerron went ton
boartl and batterUs for private rice* met '1'atiedayatt: 10 : ,
8O'elock. visit schools
rta..light plant; I* oodcondition. Mm. .- : Afterth 1 .. yesterday to the
j'6 &rYq f.7.uarber"N....... t 1:a-ff-itp. hasiness' meetlagthe' fourth circle and tD route found three of the

FOR SALB- JLarg* sls t, cooking stove ? ent.rtalnedv,-wi\b> refreshments pupils' playing>< 'truant and fishing" In [
I with warming oven and hot water colL and an enjoyable time wu' had;* the creek. She took them home where
Excellent condition. A bargain See Mr. .
they learned that is
Patch UcQregor Boulevard. l24ltp.FOR truancy against

-.:' Some people are always.., surprised the law of the household as well as e, '' ,j., .. .....:; :
RALE-It you can wear a ))alPof.! '
narrow sevens, you emn buy a pair,of that .things'didnt_ turn out worse.e :;;' of the state. <
; II.Ml men'. shoee at Tamh_.. -
for IJ.W. Come qukk before the BrosIi rn i -r--- > i? .
old.. Main street. 3-24. New+ ]eeaeytman'gtruck' a match ALL (,A DlD"TESfORK ,;' I ; 'j ,
to ..eeIf he had any gas. Now hehasn't OIL I.
FOR BALE-Cypng.! logs and ties Will 1IABU AS SECOND VOTE; i.\\ :
f\ cut them or sell rstaodleg Clearing any ,ear. : ;
:. the land and must ply Charles. W. rrne- I PERIOD EARS CLOSE.
: ..". 11 Leon:Bldg4 'J-Z4-.lie 1 "
: Drunk> pig in: Kentucky 'showed officers '
V FOR 8ALB--Chevrolet wring ear la the still they following the (continued. .from page 1) Jtiias 4-\ ; .l" r
sod conditionBargain for quick sat 4 pickled Barfield .IUa'MIIS Verdie Lang-
?- Hi Fowier BrV? -.. $-24-ltpr .. II'f.,feet; : ford holding third position Mrs. J. .- 't '

F. Tatum of East Fort Myers and ,
,FOR RENTFOR 1,16. MlsStHiloX Golden are among the
kaaJng"worker.. 1).lnSure-s
and most of
+-- '
+ 30'rlrB'b
i herebygfiwt.lhat.
m the
REVT' -* room mfural.hed house Board of County Commlaoloners these ladies x111'bear watchIng. Of :
i.!' In East:Fort.Myers.Apply'. FWasettU c.uDtF........... ....ila.'Wednetlday'of Lee the
Cafe n t: ? ,_. "'-'If.,. lh.U> ef April. liZ up to a o'clock course there, are others who are dent -
;t.\. .. M, receive sealed bids for the haulms' gerousi contenders 'if they will only ) -
FOR KBNT-t-Meuee. comptetcly .fnrntaed -
marl apdel.el.g the same on the d
Very ae..b-able 'loc.tton ApplY- McMahon antI the hauling of .Ira flit roe' i
M" SaturdayMrs.
; Real. If;' FOR Rl/ Funilahed' bedroom.i ( Use_-of by.' tke i.Wheeler and Btouat piney -and Vellie"WUHford. Miss Margaret Bon- :
back on such road South of the creek to!
arq..J", Press P11+ I-I1-1tc.. EasCvTort dyers, all.be done In a.ooord"l I durant. Miss Daisy Albritton. Miss ) lifeyour
anee .with the play ana* spedfteatUka*, Eloise Williams 1011 r
of Punta .
FOR RHNtf Veiy''nlce'* '1'OODl"; "by prepared theMfor by the County Gorda. get
ieeer, am under( directiont j Prince Gooden
i-a: week or moath.'' Z45 Lee 8t.-ai.HUc; | and several, are
; tPOl. The
marl Is 'a'
County marl The" kMted from the I still t lit: the race and although someatdri
FOR RENT.-2teomm "t .oa cond.13G pit.lto successful bidder I '
will t.* the'
soqutr ,
maL andenter lat report last night.
a report
0, .' .. .$-3-rice set and glue d aDd sufficient _
; : =: The ;campaign f
REkT-a. "* '17se tlgbl Jac ta.enrei to reject I office is expecting
FOR >re en Blake street. John
and all bids
I. .J; B.pLn'st r Fart.. ;My.r,a any Jlkwe br enter of the Board thug taet h I good reports from them on Saturday ..
GrcerY CDmMny.. 2-IIU s< I "Fair Warnlng.If
day of March. 1x26-'-- 4 you e.p'eet .-

FOR with RENT private' .::FnVnlah bath and garage.apart n 261 ii t.'J 34 Attest.Jobn;rot o.nCterlt..RuMorrts..... .Chairman.Lis 4, _I rePort.to. wla The[ yon leader must will win no with doubt yow to mo to t. r

n keep first, place'' the remaining days
2 : Royal Plni,ilnd s.WANTEP r -0-6tp;. ;
_. 'Pursuant to 8 a 4tArticle I 2'.'11 I ,ofthfe.campaign. Work as you have _
.... ,
J >- 1f tbeiComtttattoa of 'Iorlda. I
.NO'fIC"-I. agier .
t- heaver Yves that ,
.. : -o.deesigan Inteads .
f WANTED. toaapply:to the Lecksiawre- .| '; ...
i Marion leaf -. -
to b* held this '
fo iWTA'RiTO --
..e1i.. .. JllttPUVTA ; .
-To trade qulty In lo- .P"*"* of a 4ecal.a.t..aMU* ;.'{\ rated tot for good,.car.- Addrees Box IO.NA yttiidaUux too administration of tn: GORDA IX ,.<, & .
,i xYzarePrn.r iF- .:ux .t 4! aat.M.DRAINAGE BkAi.. .( the: Lectal.t DISTRICT ure., since Inrludlnr th LAl>CHI>G CIUB: t f.'s, .

WANTEKvaiUon.. O*Bfrtenoed >generalnwrchandtM'salaman be acts lu officers aadat LM Qossty, '.Ift
wants .T, work. .M.and.-!'prereedinca" (Joust 'la eoaneetio I
wBh' the ,
Sit a.Itt } :
W Max 47o.W.Gd .ale ... laze. Your maiMil should
WANTED-Bali4ooa 44Mawte* tabor' "aira et the _lei D.......e4d_;.. L plat'{ Sklcper..who.came: over to te'l),,th. be

-, Ma w w grw.ambltleeg.aad' wan-trto .MaaW JJF rcJtr IWtltP6ct.,al tae Soap,. tIC..\Supervtat ,g J'oi't.Jrfyer: .Club. \hat\; they were ready -.
..: ; work Applt ready for work, at E Pat.d to organize a Rotary Clnb.; and hoped
.;iad.., Collier eo ntyi VloHn.j WjBrown. 'M+ D 1121'tht.24th day of February. A.. ;
d"i i we would asalst them In getting tart
A.8ecret.arr.H. OUhJNOHAM. t ed.,A number: ,of the Fort Myers its changed! 500 tittles .
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t7 tatJ1et. Y
: JBB .R. ;
!f.K. ash. Wed Mat eoMRIan ir..lF.t1* an4'.3
( f *rfU-A i!AWt, B :" ,
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WANTED-to buy close in cheap re- f .
"r! aidence lot. cash. Care Press .
; Spot =:J
Box !1J ? .7-22'itpiL /JME5TIGATE ..' ;

W'Ti. .. i.... II : .1J'f;' s u K s !J
iY: A. # ; I 'f: .
I r.ta. .. ...
Want 1MM to 11000 sera land rtch. deep.odre.s << ,' -' -< I .."' \ t .
i I' rail *a.Uy: .. *' 1
i ',- '
full and .1:; .
first letter price Dcvolopar information. CarerUoora --c.r.'A -very, esirabkr home wit>\ bearing; grove, on r : ;" . CROWN1. :
;7eeav.a Democrat f %.a1k a-u-ltp.. Cl. beautiful Orange River. S'room house with bath and water !; ,

i'ANTE.. Young lady stenographer and ; ;. 12 1-2 acres'of high hammock 1and: a1l cleared and'r ..- ..* if-,1f ftt' .

Jp bookkeeoer. .Auta Supply- Store I.JW .-t IZVeStreet. >- te well fenced. Ten acres in srrove withl>arw'and garage. ,-

.. n Has 550 feet frontage on river,'and 1L mile from achooL O

ANTED-Help.. Jill Lee atreet.t 2t-1t.PhlWrHutu. Terms. e, > *,

,.--WANTED--8a1 gins to J. O. 160 Acres. .AbO(4;( 30 acres c eare i'and been in culti'ation.Extrsolid'tandatid' : : ,- GASOLINE t.

1\T' McttoVy DoTaW First street J-U-Jtp. ''Gnl}+ mflesfrom1,; ; depot ,

fi"\ ANTE >-Whlt. or cob...d woman for school"church'and_stores.,_ "WU1; deliver to, oQick buyer .. i.... -..i fi, *, u t ,\.S 't. '
.i chamtennaid work Grand .Ontral for 130.00 an acre. '.

.HoteL 1-1f-ltP. /10 acres near Olga close to Pal mBeach Koad:'School k Ev rytimelyoubuyia'rgaUoHoftgasoline>l \ ; you pay ,

1 'LOST Church and Stores.. 9 acres cleared and been in: cultiva .. 4: JitTUr: 3JJ..a,(cents t fi State Tax.

,tion; all fencedaomecroas fenced., 4 room house which' fe, MSTANDARD kw

W Lit .nkL T rt =:t.with Realty w If C0tOP50ys; needs rep li.:' Some'nice''ytnllig Citrus trees plenty of:

FtlML,PIMM* ill.' .'_.- banana anrtguavrtreea'iffbeartngT"'Wortfi"J2SOO.OO: Un-

.L08'J'-G I" ,tl.N 't= til April 1st,wit( l sell jor $;160X.00 Some terms.Itr' ., .'

110 !r? ;
:tn lCf t L'ffKSt 'with Tfchenor' &i Godman

L08'I'-o. aWewalII a.et_ +
aJWI Ford 1acIT. orkh ak | IN KENTUCKVC

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: ;; IPrommen Men\ to ,,Attend' .- in But a coal. perhaps dealer Jhe frowning.It .belt'Ilgo. of spring- ._!, <& 4FISHERlIEN'S ::
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Nash \
I I I now Moslem Undo Tells -FloridaConference I -, ... =
I has been years since some girls' = '
,American ,
island Florida
1 ; Flapper to BewareT eyebrows meL Captiva Lee County, |
\ JACKSONVILLE March 25.- Prominent i the session and will be the principal
New York business men contemplating speaker 'at the banquet-ln. the even- Situated in the.,midst of America's most famous fishing'grounds A E
i !! ROM Cairo to Luxor Investements totaling :ing. Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. 5
F. Captivated
,: to Parts, to New'York many millions of. dollars In Florida I The principal subject for discussion RONCHITIS' in
City to. the yeai\.lonby..Mra have notified W. P. Coachman chairman 'at afternoon'session' will At b.dtim e rub the threat and Modern Hotel i with all conveniences. Rooms single or |
.! Honeymoon, Jam trip Nub planned and ,,qf., that they will' attend. the All- be The Business and Community Interests U chest thoroughlyVICKS with- suite, with private baths. 5
; of Florida In Relation to.All-
Florida conference at
R t her latest hu.abanc1.woo to.Mokammed sy.i. 'e '
{'- ,$abet: 'Bey, t ado : ; the El Verano hotel in West Palm 'Florida Promotion. Good Guides, motor and rowboats '"lj = '
t nephew of the first \ ,. Beach on Thursday March 26th. ,
secre- : availabde. Moderate ratesiOX ... = (
Wry of the Egyptian Lrgatioaf iss Y They hill be present to get 'at 'WAR. ROMAXCtS'E END: 0.-17 Molliaoo J._U-.I YawbI
at leadon. Cable first hand the spirit of statewide cooperation I I I _
tl. news of thi*marriage was) Y Y expressed .at the. meeting VIENNA. March 25.-;It has been estimated -I ; WESTER Iinarer I I''J 91| |
tremendous. surprise to < and Indicated the extent of their Investments that, of the marriages hastIly I ,
bet;mart y/f in thto c Send for Illustrated Folder = \
fimda within the next twelvemonths contracted Soring the war 80 per- = >
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country.Mrs.. will be favorably influenced cent hate resulted In divorce. Many = Fort My'r 5iiiiiiiiiinniiniitiiiittniiiitnHnitntnmtnnmnniiiiiii
Mohammed SabetBy = P. Oarld'Relegrapklddtrsd J- jFlfrj.
who. to known as the :;t 72 by an aggressive policy of state-wide of these romances began and ealmlnated.when E .. 1, i j E
b dressed Y development endorsed by the confer- : officers and men came -
t In the
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world.to, American by ence. Mr. Coachman announced this home from the front on abort leavesof '. lm' !(l'l!! rr.e e sireS .
birth a daughter of the morning that acceptances from business absence.
late E. S. Donaldson.: Her ", ranww +Y leaders In all sections of the .f',. -
first husband was John S."c'' State sheriff took a .t -
.are very encouraging. Memphis (Tenn.X
Klrwuv They eloped and Governor John W. Martin will be man's auto. He liked it very much.

marriage were married.waa annulled Later thto be- present at all sessions and has stated Had an attachment for it. e -:- jj; ,_'_ _1 5"

hUH of their youth. Thenext that the conference will have the opportunity -.s .
write the development J We will have saloons back. .
was Winfidd Clifford .' w to never "':'
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,: Jlfton, of Canada. Theyvere Y SACA history of Florida. He will deliver: They pre! so unhandy. They never tr"'t't: :
parted by law. Mn. the key note talk at the opening:'of would deliver the' atuff.r" ;. ;
Donaldson then went to .. i
O K lon View C* '; !
Europe where she berame Mlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Ulllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt : .. .....
the bride of Captain John Mrs. Mohammed Sabet BeyVktoy Million of dollars worth of i, ._'," l .t-. 1+" : .
Nash. Her Is destroyed each year -
imputation property
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as the best dressed woman was way-but the shortest nrt.M ." by fires that "spread"that: are I -}. .
1 too much for Captain Nash's bank I'L Nash ridicules the alibi. often caused by some one else's ,. : rt
roll. 'lie filed suit for divorce alleging "}1m expert it," aa an excuse: fur i icareleBsne \ .r"f. -
she bad ruined turn by her dissipation. "From time i.mremorf- :t. Have you enouahInsurance .: .
W first'mortgage
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i extravagant habits. lie was granted a1, the says, "young men have selected :- 4 e ,. J
..' = money-we'are always in'the
'theMivorce, I .J. girls as the companions "' '. :
*4,""hm'1ast' in this country; Mrs. for the cafe and cabaret revels. \ _. market for first mortgage monr .;
'N ash-wrote her Impressions of the But, emerging from the calf age, it ; have two homes ready
mart American girl for the snag.I .- has always been toward the sweet .,. ey.e
sioe,'"Snart Set. demure girls of their own set that This ageaey's label ... :year ...:.! ,' now. Wdesire a mortgage for '
In' part Mrs. Nash sayat worthwhile ones have turned. $3,500.00 and one for 400000. I.. i
1 I. the best guaranteethat
: to .the ,watchword. No "Surely, these rau-daxzle policy 241.
t "Speed young : : Insurance boa been -Hess & Sells.; P. O. Office .
time for leisure. No time to develop debutantes are not seeking to re. I year ,_ .:, *- 3-20-Sc .,' .
: charm. Fatigue<< to submergedin place these poor little light nightmecnr placed la a strong Stock (0. .. \
.. a cocktaiL Dull eyes sparkle soy with assets saffleleat t.. .q.i't ". .:.
t--'' tastily.. Cigarette are smoked in- "If they are then their quiet home-- ." ... :: meet any emergency.' '" :y ;'; "'," \

\ I e gMiipQy eahn nerve ovewtiroBlated tier sister debs may rejoice, for to j., :: 1.. ...;'A'.f E ,.' 4 ... :f".4ss4 '
; I" by alcohol. Always the them will fall -the matrioioaial '::"4 )... _.'{ .. ...\ = ...
I i American girl seeks-not the easiest plums." .
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t :will benefit by no special dispensations lfcClureStrozierInsurance'\ : .

TURIN TO HARBOR RINCE1I for royalty. He will submit to 1'1 '

: the rigid discipline of the Institu- ,.
tion and will attend all the classes

f'; D DURING COLLEGE DAYS with the other students. He will Agency .

have a modest personal allowance: t
; 1IDRIN'"March-- and will lead a relatively simple ex g In the history of style in women's hose-there.has: not
y. "!'- : 21-The residents istence. Already-he has chosen as previously been the,variety of delicate shades now so much =

I # :-y-{'' of Turin; the capital of old Piedmont -i his "court" a number of persons who I n In vogue that we are shownig. = Oh
'\\Ii Ji ":- which is bound by so many ties have attended him since he was a = = ,
ijp; of hlator,"and-'atfectloa to the House child. rir'ra_ J p' .. 5 : !" --" j; .: ,:' ,

a Ii ., of Savory, : which KinK Victor The young prince who is an ardent :: As You Like It Hose in the following shades:'. Poudre ==
% 1 a;, Emanuel Is the present head, are '
stndent of the history of Pied Blue Cranberry Mellow French taupe. Silvery Moon, AtE
t ; awaiting- with.plenun.ble expecta- '
4SY 'S moat.-baa arranged number of ex- mosphere pine and Blonde Satin. -; =j '
; tlon the arrival here in the near fu- 5 The Flori la ofAmerica Will .: .
famous ""castles, 'bB'- ,' ... ( Pay
.. Cj tare of;Crown- Prince Humbert ,who cursions to the many a E -\";, ,.. :-..., .. s.w. ,., '_'-' 1 If1 t 1 rte .
of the 'region which'will be facUlta- err 1. *f / .
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( jp-; U totmake Turin his home for .aevoral' ed.by. the fact that.he will have at 'at 14't, ; : ,. :-"

\., \fft.:I r S- War School.years while he 'studies'' at',the' kU number disposal of horses.two.,motor cars and a I| The Heitman Clothing :Company I 1 1The '

Workmen are busying themselveswith

!(the' task of preparing theprince' Home of Hart- Schatfaef' E- < e : 'ZOOOO.O() "
: apartment fa the royal pal.are E Matz.. Clones .
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> :, while committees 'are arrangingto Never let' a .seed"atore'cheat' you. :: '"' I ,n.< t: 'Ii. "' ". ,
I. i I [ welcome, the heir to the throne of If you are buying wheat there are E 'J' E

Italy. 556,000 seeds In a bushel. iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiitfliiiiiiiiiiniiiiiuT S

; t : Humbert's matriculation In the War

ScbOO. : :will' be most regular and he. ":c rr' 'v L" -i.a.c :. ,7,a, 'INCAS. H

COLDS f4r I" .
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F : ;I':' The'Easy Writing 1 .For ,.the Namepf Pro dQt which : is''' .

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Bet Suited for Manufacture in FldnclaSomewhere :
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PgONIA .- .is ist \ ... .
Mark. -
there is someone who The Florida Society ofv
Otnale Coughs and persistent colds lead TYPEWRITER can find, what product is'' believes'' that the assured tndustrial

te serious( lung trouble. You can stop themao..witla ,. f best suited for manufacture in 'the ,growth*of the state should be carefully -
Cieoiuulaion aa emulsified creosote 'Compare the Work'* slate of Florida! fostered and not to
4 permitted
a thaI i II pleasant to take. Creomuluonb '
i a DeW medical discovery with twofold ac- grow up haphazard manner; that
w .. lice; ikJ; } soothes and heals the loBamedBembrstea : Ten thousand, dollars in cash will every new manufacturing industry
and lilts the germ" be paid that.pel'SOJ\ his ideal! should be chosen, (with an'especial,

I Of all' kaowa drugs creosote b recog- ,. WHEN BETTER OFFICE, FURNITURE'" S. 5 31 eye to the advantages "which may =-
.wised ,b; the medical fraternity ,as/the ., Ten thousand dollars. more are to from the manufacture that.,
: accrue
"" greatcM Wliag agency fur the txeatEuml of : \ : 'be distributed the
: to for other
-'f t 7' chroaic e nghs' and colds. and other forma .. '- public ....',particular..' 'jcommodity..
t ..f sliest and long UouUe CreomuUumcoatalM suggestions/aa vto? ;hat products"should .
t ,-. ia .addition to creosote other :. f : Is SoM-Parker 'willS SeU It be manufactured in the southVhat, then, above all things,

f healing elements which soothe and heal the \ ... ernmost' '* state- y.-rshould., ;be..manufactured. in .Flonda1. {
inflaiaecf mrmhriBes and stop the Irritation '
r.. : tied leinnmstioa, while the creosote goes "t' The'Florida .Society i of :America -:Every y, everywhere,,.is eligible 1 '
.; ea to;tbo stomach, b absorbed int* the r };' :.With:: : Apolog jef to Buick \ sponsors of the Florida '''lndustriarf t .tOmpet in the Florida Industrial .
W oed. attack t
.. the seat of the trouble and tam titl0 .
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1 : dotrovt the that lead .. )"I'-7if to know what these .'
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5t -:i j,? "' ..4.i coasump.tiua. 2 w it.13 a fact,that all of us are peculiarly fitted for some ONE thing'\ sr products are!' The Society, through .,, To bett r consider: the problem {
i Crempulsion gnaraaleed satisfactory ia better than any other. For instance I (don't know a thing about Dance''' .i. its founder and president Joseph W. r'lrbm; all angles you wiI'heed! com

I the treatment of chronic cough aid cold. Programs Tally Cards etc.. while others make these Jin'especial study.j.cOf Young hasset aside the grand sum *plete information about 'Florida' and ;
bronchial) sMknu, catarraal: bronchitis amMber course we sell them in our store and lots of them too, butpersonallydon't of $20,000 as cash rewards for those its possibilities. 1j
y fur ns of throat and i
lung dieaees and I .
attention to them. who will'help'to find the solution .
d b MceHeat for building the after pay-much to \
up system I this problem., .information. together with
colds er.the, flu. Money refunded if any 0'
f rough tf;cold, Do matter of how long stanJbig On the other hand I do KNOW a whole lot about Office Furniture and. r. detailed .explanation of the Florida '
S b |>o( relieved aft r taking according. Office Appliances.! Was for seven years a practical off ice.man-have15 The Florida Industrial Contest has *Industrial Contest, the rules and the. ;;,;

te direction*. ,A k your druggist. Creo.Ad .. been in the office supply business for over fourteen years and would have : been inaugurated by .the Florida, Society :list: of prizes, will be mailed 'YOU'
I malelos to.. Atlanta ca: ( *.) ". c.I!!,1"to have >as a guiding beacon to the FREE
; ;. be dummer than I really am not to just naturally absorbed a cer-; assured and WITHOUT OBLIGA 1

y Pal -JU>., park I.I a ... kaa re4 sad tain'amount" actual knowledge within this time' J : industrial" progress of .the .TION' upon receipt of the attached ..II

I : elgMy acre cltrai greve taraed late I state. _. 'tconporv properly. filled out.
t c Waattfal ....i1t... r ,) t."I'Uf' ; ( "If; .j We.have.learned.just a few things.. 'lOne of;;them that-cheap (0); : "

.c.- u. ''"...,!' chairsjire about;, the' dearest thmgs..yujcan.? buy-like: : any',other cheap; I :
i \' k, goods--lhey are. in the long run, the most expensive. Years ago we learned ,THE>FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL CONTEST ; :

1 r 5) .aaf' + thatthe B. L. Marble Chair Co., Bedford Ohio, had the enviable reputa- \ .' "-- 4 .. ...: ... ...
tion off the World's'Best Chairs. We tied with them.EXC'LU-s' I. : ..: .. .. ;
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'SIVE '-j jus\_as.we )haye with other NATIONAL LEADERS. '. -.. :rfWhentyou I -%. '" & '- _.' t a It4rirleHirilN' uitatt e.titi ;wttii
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