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j H.a WMUr& daily newspaper on March on Nov 14. mi.nXBEB 'ftMr. JX US4 and as reading of vast fortunes made on the proverbial Ezfce 7AQrMr* C fit : 3 whether or not In good standing are

shoestring, shake their heads and recall dismallythe S' '' Fvgi Invited to come and attend this debate -
OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS boom days elsewhere. : .. il f l. M1 and social meeting :which begins -
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:I-od.te4 Press to exclusively entitled to the for 'to 1.
UM at 830.
:r.w new dlBp&tche credited to It or not other' For the moment, however, development is ?: ; ;|
I...d Ia.this Mwipaper and also the local news pub.Comer. the rage. It is the great game, just as buildingup -'i ( ) The question for debate Is "Re-
i solved That gambler Is a greater
....Aa rtaht. of reonbllcatlon, ipeclal dUpatche hereta ar the\ West was a magnificent adventure for so \ -1J1ij--.,;:>( t,., .. evil to: a community a than a drunk
: a Moreover much of'it is in the hands of ; "; ( l
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,1, t BTJBSCBIPnOH BATES many. .- ard. There will be good debatorson
1 Ia 'Lea.' men who have made good elsewhere, and who, ; i .
Outside
l Lee.; Collier Charlotte i each aide and an enjoyable eve-
: '- OM. One Month and Headrr Countie* coming to Florida for a brief Winter vacation,l, \ \ ft. W4. ;r nlng Is promised all who attend.
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fez Month KoatJae* -..... Three Month LT: have been fired with the possible future of this : w ,

) i Me Tear Six One;Month Tear 160 MO great Winter garden, and, beginning first by f Friday, Twenty length i
; .T4e Weekly "taking a fling" on the side have had the old \j., f C 4..f:+ ire ICS MPN viuL a ) The ;young women's auxiliary of ,
Fort Myer Prew "tb'Iou 1ir V. AAf
; 1 i Tho Weekly Port itfpn J> ... BU One Month Tear los sa boom spirit reborn in them, and have joined in ; 't. % 'WErtEE9To: <<.. tAi uura'ASLM Poi !.5ULPRUtZ ... the Baptist Women's :Missionary so- t

:. reclaiming miles of dismal swamps and turrpngthem ts' .. ORPE AMY \" ATLASSES'E.AHJWEILHAFiA ciety will entertain the ;young womenof
SUSTAINING MEMBER into villages, towns, hotel and club sites, \ o tZki.a ICE Ac3 kiH THIS the church and congregation at

orange, grapefruit and coconut groves, etc. The r' I the home of Mrs. A. E. Raymond.
V VV F NATIONAL EDITORIAtt. famous climate of Florida which has been capitalized 'I .y5v > 820 Second street, in honor Of Mrs.

t.. 102S 1946 retail and wholesale, has filled them with .'",.;. I, Allen Leave!!, daughter of Dr. and
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new life and unlimited optimism The new Floridians ):::J Mrs. D. S. Henry, of Michigan avenue.
Mrs. Leaved Christian educator
is a "
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outboost the Californians.
proverbial
/1 in China and will serve a Chi- 4
;- ...tar Beathtra Newspaper PabUshers's Aiiodatioa.'f Under all this extravagance there are sound TV V > +l nese tea at the meeting and tell of. ,;

'f' Member Florida Press Assoelatloa.'n foundations. People are flocking to Florida with if. r '" her work. in the Flowery Kingdom.

.. ... ". XeHber Florida Associated DalMes! the intention of spending more than one Winter ) .; i ,

} Xmber South Florida Press ..odat1o.. there. They fall into two general classes, the re- j"
s sorters who fill.the hotels and cover the beaches '- I All Voyageurs Militaire\

I Thursday Afternoon, March 26, 1925 and golf links, and those who want a quiet home and "Poor Goofs are ordered -
; away from the bitter northern cold. These are,the o tORiT f) to meet at the Am-
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BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY JJ" WEl1.
salvation of the State, for these are the ones who av u.SwEETE, t SEuzv ILL JoAA,1, SENT AU. &J c << That, which satisfies:-Wherefore will become wealth CWSSAjV CLEAN ts promptly at six-thirty. Parade
producers. The others bring GETOOTTtIg Ora Gorr ... TREE Nuxloee IN OUR.
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do which is '
,. ye spend jmoney for that and boom the tourist business. But the real future SMJE'Er4? UPh "E0A't -ff' -.. RApIApRSK :, through the principal streets moves ...
not bread and labour for thatwhich .
your of Florida' lies in the richness of her soil. ; : on the stroke of seven o'clock Ban-
.. satisfieth not?,hearken diligently unto me,, Once drained it will almost anything. To :\ quet will be held at the Franklin i
and eat that which is and let soul grow Arms hotel
followed
good initiation
ye your : 6 by "
r those who do not want to live in complete idleness : -V
delight itself in Isaiah h
fatness, 55 2. ceremony.
t : ; these V
garden qualities offer a great attraction. A
i 1 ,' ; few acres afford ample opportunity to earn a tL. C ,
\ ..1; 1! ,." THB FORT' RUBS PRESS PL1TFOBXvf ,tom
comfortable living. The rural development, helping r ja f I -... Saturday, Tnenty.Eighth ,
t -: :' It "' :' to increase Florida's wealth, is at the same .j \tt. ,. eti With the hope that a uniform law for '..,
; 1 Bandar. aid Lout Assoelatloa. time complementary to the resort development. 'y" Hendry, Charlotte Collier and Lee
>A y r > A Water Safteaiaff .Plaat for ,Municipal Water Each stimulates the others "'-i..l ,;;; counties may be agreed; upon for the ;

I,... .i The Seaboard Air Line Railway's new route t l'' J protection and preservation of the
V1 w : .: Water Fnat .r Islam Park: aid Maalcfpal Audi- through the center of Florida and the Mountain : game, there will be a meeting at the
terlam court house in Fort Myers at 2:30 p.
Lakes region, connecting the west coast with the --
m.. Saturday, 29th of.March. The _
.Slyer Fnat Btalevari.
east, is. the latest factor in opening up the State Representatives of these counties "
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Free Bridge U creiceat Beach. The vision which saw the great benefits to be will meet us and trust
we sincerely ,
Deeper Blver Caaaael te Provide Eatraaee far derived from this followed ALVA Missionary from China on a home I Miami, relatives of Mrs. W. H. Hoff
Y' project was up by Floridian some good will come from such ef-
visit.
OOMB Gulag Teuels.CestpMJea man. .
promptness of realization. The road was I fort.
: : ef lee Ceiatys System ef Boats.Cenpletloa built within sixteen months, and hardly before L. A.

t t : ef Tamland Trail>and Fort Myersrahs the first train had been over it had brought withit I Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Parkinson Mr. Savage and family Mr. Synder Miss Agnes Dormeier spent Thurs- 1IE."DRY.// 4

y t Beach Highway.Bea .- an unprecedented boom for, all the neighboring entertained Mr. and Mrs. Cranston and family Mr. Roberts and family day night with Miss Virginia Jones. VV
., .tMeatl.B ef Highways laeladlng PlaaUng efCeceaaat country.: Railroad development, coupled with the Watson Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hurd and and Cluster Sylvest. spent Sunday at The The Century that Plant. ">
report a century plant
Palms along TamiaaU Trail Clear across building of an extensive and excellent road sys- Dr. and Mrs. Byle at a bridge party Crescent Beach. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack :Walker, and blooms only once in a hundred years

Lee Ceaaty aad Ceatbudaff! et :Royal Palms alongeUTCfer tem, means that new lands as well as new marketscan Wednesday night i Clements, of Fort DeN'aud were the Vs probably due to the Impatience of
Boulevard te Fiats Buss.t At the Parent-Teachers club held dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
be reached. P.
Drainage which in Florida is almost l- some of its admirers. la some parts .
r :': San Beat te East Coast l last Tuesday night Miss Georgia Mac Walker
t :. as important as is irrigation in the South- Mrs. Ott and Mrs. OKee'd and little Ferron made a talk I Supnday. of South America where It grows wild J

''it- west, is relied upon in many regions to do the' daughter who nave' teen visiting on the line of her very special interesting work. A It blooms once In eight years, but when J
'. : THE SEABOARD RAILROAD, rest. These are' the preliminary pioneer works. Mr. and Mrs. Staley left! last Friday goodly number was present but not Mrs. H. T. Jones and daughter it baa been transplanted into greenhouses -, '.
:.lI For what comes afterward communal for their home in Loamy, HL Virginia, and Mrs. Johnson, were the under artificial conditions its
in
activity as many as usual, probably on account -
I. guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sun-
blooming oVe U much prolo ed.
:.The many places is being substituted for individual of the bad way of cross the
day.
people of.Foit Myers are, to be congratulated initiative. It Mrs. Anita Cox who has been home
might be termed crowd pioneering. bridge. Refreshments of cake and
on the fact that the Chamber of Commerc sicic with, the flu for the past ten
But the old spirit of adventure which built punch were served by the high school
r the day returned to Fort Myers Satur- The Olga home, demonstration club good demonstration of various salads
officials and a few'patriotic'citizens have suffi West still pupils.
is
persists.-There a certain gusto about day ready to take charge. of her pu- will meet Wednesday at the home of and all are requested to come. Visitors -
dent vision to guarantee the shortage in,the fund the conquerors of Florida. Feeling that 'they are pils Monday morning. Miss Ellene Walker. There will te.a are welcome.
being raised as an investment in the future prosperity building a tropical empire, they are working with -----, .' Dr. Byle and family made a busi-

I of Fort Myers and which is to be used t d lavish hands; they say Italy not to be compared Mrs. Roberta and ,chQdren and ness trip to Fort Myers Monday. Outburts of Everett True By Condo

purchase! right of Way and'terminals for the Sea for climate and production of soil, within a territory brother Ard Sylvest spent Saturday 'Cot and Miss Penn leave fo
+ board. At the determined' meeting last nigh no larger than Florida supports a population in Fort Myers on a shopping trip. I their home in Ohio alter today spending* -

several thousand dollars more was raised but the of 40,000,000. Why not Florida, which now has nearly four months in our little town.
t finance committee announced.that it was still 1 little more than 3 per cent of that number, to say Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mr. and : They made friends while here 'are
c % j nearly fifty,thousand dollars short on the amount nothing of the many other superior advantages Miss Lewis went to Everglades last I very sorry to see thentJeave.

; i; t that"was necessary.. After considerable discussion for trade and commerce? The Florida develop.. Friday to Tls.it' Mr. and Mrs Harold I trr 1 i -

,' In which practically every man in'the mee t- ment fever is infectious and it is being industriously Brown. During their absence: Mr., and Cecil Parkinson of Moore Haven T

A i'V ing:stated that he would back the Chamber officers spread throughout the land. -New York Mrs.house Staley and farm.took charge ot their was down Sunday to visit home folks.I. .
N and directors in going,ahead and guaranteeing Times.
V. i 1 the balance, the Chamber of Commerce officers L. Ramsey will leave the storeat

ii'. V decided that they would underwrite theI CREATING VALUES -. tle Mr.daughter and Mrs.Louise L. A.spent Peacock a few and days lit- Alva owned by Ed. Parkinson and
and go to Clewiston where he will
balance, and go out and raise it. Then .seve with their Uncle is.. L. Ramsey.Mr. .
take charge of the
f rae store there owned
citizens
declared that they would endorse
-;r Chamber of Commerce notes and help the Cham;" Beautification is demanding the attention it and Mrs. Cranston went to La by miss Cecil Mr. Parkinson.Ramsey Alva much folks as will he 1
I her officials in raising the deserves in Florida communities. In Polk county Belle Sunday to very
money needed. This s attend the band con- has been iiT the store business here
.; does not mean that the effort,to raise for the question is a live one, and every community is cert. for Mrs.
money many Ramsey will
! years. remain OH I Sc6 "
sold it. The tduR PAl29ortr St2 : _
on meeting at Haskell
school last
.- this purpose is over but that the project of get here for the present. t LuAS NO-C Lo0K1NG'
'f ting the Seaboard is guaranteed, and now it is u r night showed the enthusiasm of the residents of Mr. Sims and friends and Mr. and
..:' to the people who have pot subscribed to subscribe the Highlands section for beautification of the Mrs. Hobart paid a visit to Moore John :Wilson of Pennsylvania Is tuNtIZe L WAS Hurt; X ttoo.O1 :

; j'. and those who have subscribed to rais road between Lakeland and Haskell, and is an Haven last Wednesday.Mrs. visiting Jack Clay and sister Miss CvolrlG, -- SAYf7 'VAS r' '
;;. their subscriptions. Many subscribers doubled indication of the zeal of men and women who Annie. Mr. Wilson is well known hereas aAtt.l- MY 1 'x 1

..: their subscriptions last n rht., .There realize the importance of native trees flowers C. 1L Knight} of Huntington.W. he and parents spent a winter in FAix.T,.If -' 1
are a nut m .
Va.
and
Mrs. L. A.
and shrubs to make Dees of Mayo what is known the Dickerson ... ,.
their section as cot
,betf well to do ,and some, wealthy:people wh : more attractive. Florida, spent a few days with their ;
f have not as yet subscribed at all, and these will As a matter of fact, nothing could add more brother L. K Ramsey last week. tags ,now owned by Mr. Haves. _

t be seen; those who have subscribed, but who fee to the value of the property there or elsewhere The home demonstration club met --, -r trr .trip.

,.f that the investment is a good one will increas than 4 uniform planting of trees and shrubs. An Mrs. Cranston Watson and Mrs.>A. ,I last Thursday afternoon with about -----..

1 .., V .their subscriptions and.thus take up the attractive lawn; it has been asserted by authors S. Byle entertained a bridge party of twelve members present Miss Lind- Oo
t a ttea assumed by the Chamber (pf Commerce. I t ities who know, increases its value many hundreds four tables at the home of Dr. and sey gave an interesting demonstration -

1" 1 can be done. It must bedone.. It will be don. of dollars. So also does an attractive highway Mrs. Byle Monday night. on the making of salads. She

", If you have not made your'investment, or'wan t further: enhance the value of property in the held a meeting with the girl's, sewing .
The B. y,
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<. to do it before l the 1} sun goes down so< community. the tourist U. will hold a socialat club In the morning. d
From camp ground in South ton sMovLV,
material
mvestfj10 ber.of Commerce may know it has a standpoint, plainting is a Alva next Friday night In the form *
this'obligation and is ready for good investment., From an aesthetic standpoint, of a Weenie and Marshmallow roast IDALIAHubert
1 < the comes along. nothing could mark.community so welL Those

1 i .1 _________ communities which are working alone this line John MacFerron and friend took Fitzgerald of Fort Myers, .
FORT MYERS THE CITY OF PALMS therefore are creating both material ,and spirit- supper at the Wade Inn Sunday visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs, L.H. .
l* r 4 k ual values that will bring handsome returns.Po ..- night.WIt Fitzgerald Sunday afternoon t
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i ,fr: Fort Myers claims to be "The City of Palms." T. C. Williams who spent the winter ReV. and Mrs. Cox and Mr and Mrs. 16'

If Tallahassee continues to set them as her people 'Chicago pastor who has resigned his pastorate with' his daughter Mrs. 1. L. Ram- Wetherington were'the guests of Mr. ---'.
r 'have been doing this week'the'designation will to conduct world-wide investigation of sey left last Friday for his'home in and Mrs. A. T. ,Yidlund. Sunday even

i 8O &come: here says,the Tallahassee Democra marriage says f young people are too superficial O'Brien. Florida. Ing. '
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;J:The Democratis mistaken. ,Fort Myers for marriage.'. That sounds reasonable since one
doMa't -'claim to be;the ,City: of Palms IT 'IS L guess. is about as. good an another.-Sanford Her Dr. and Mrs. Henry; and daughterand Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hoffman has as
' ;Mare than that it is the City I of Royal Palms aid grandson ate dinner at the Wade guests, the former part of the week. 67s w au eomca ea, 3-4 i
Inn
t Tallahassee; friends,; it seems, have never Friday. Dr. Henry's daughter is Messrs.. Will and John :McConn. of

vMted Fort :Myers'or they would not bra .
mo- M'? POP
,]sheaf question Fort :Myers' right to the name. IM YOU WIN, OLGA! By Taylor .

x,'One of Fort Myers' distinct characteristics: ,, _

t aag one that never, fails to arouse pleasing com 5 MOM DID VOU GlVfiL 'W\o\'I\ sue HA ITON "tWGIiT rf CXGAYJHATDONOU W BUT "
L BM4$ from 'Visitors its palm lined streets, with owA laY OF NEw MOURS VOILE WHEN SHE WENT'OUT AND, I p MEA BVA5EARING' BA- BAY MA'AM i COULD tau NO OLA t SAID BUT MAAM;
: thf royal palm predominating." This ,magnificent g, DCE6S ? GRACIOt1S IJO! 1. ASKED HER ABOUT IT- M4 NEW DRESS? 1.iA HIM! AFTER 1 HAt WORN g I BAM Sf
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wH4t. 'He: ?lJD.f9U GAve; : our vou COULD i you WEAR rr1.
apaaica indigenous 8 in Lee county;and though IT = YELL o> I
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bors in the northern part of the state have A4 rc OlIY vtSTERDAYf

"tIiII to successfully,Bomber the royal palm t NER1)E) !, dpy\ ;,. .

their attractteais the:attempts have always it
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; It thrives i in l rt>Myers1'&however and has 4 AF V .34:

'., Mtfied j $ the addition to its nom de plume of. the rirt R U ,

tveild. royal* before of palm. ae w .e

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AMONG the many factors coni : made in anticipation change = 111111I
l 11' \.' V. tributing to Mr. Belasco's in cigarette taste. ,
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;,:.. t '-, success is: hU knack of anticipating The change came..how com' I II t.
vt' :1" ,. changes in popular taste pletely Chesterfield met the new
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f r.. portant in other fields. For unprecedented and sustained I 1.yt 1.

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< i. : Jt** P w *** 0h. 11 Close In Acreage

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1 : 'LJthQNGIVES} $$500 I I'I I! Oeorjre We Tw and are Eliot. Two constantly naughty Make Four formulation reminded, But- ol oft 1 I Shoe Reparing While You Wait ':: II'I -' .': --' ", "

Letfcy attitude: That two and two I'= GOOD WORKMANSHIP REASONABLE PRICES I:I', :; Desirable acreage within! the present city limits of '
TO SEABOARD FUND certainly mAke four but that a gentlemen j= William Rogers Silverware coupons given away FREE I
'I > will not press the matter too far. I| Prompt service given to mail orders. We pay return post- Fort Myers\ being held at a premium, and very justly
J. Joseph. U ; With a contribution of $+::;00 the I
.. local of the: protherhood of Ca-pen-, Flower Decoration on a LlnK I I I Taminosean Bros. 1"1"1\\1 be the heart of the business center of Greater Fort
: 'tens &: Joiner. hare shown their faith!I Ten ,thousand flowering; plants aoi] '| Electric Shoe Shop Myers. The present residential section of the city
; In the future :greatness' of Fort My- ferns of vaxlaoa kinds are used every
ers and their' desire:of hating the year for the decoration of the public = The Home of Men Fine Shot must and will soon give way to the massiveness of steel, II
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Seaboard Air Line enter Fort. ,- rooms on eDe of the big tranl&tl&Jl'oUe 5 210 Main ;
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been better paid than at the :I '
'i present never time and the locals hare ever RAW SORETHROATS i I We have nineteen: acres' on south Jackson street,

:'.j. .and shown loyal themselves to the best to Interests be, progressive of the LE ;: II I II just south of Stadler's Central Heights. It is cleared I

" '>" community k"TIs a',pity'.- .that this. can' not be need LECHARDPS COUGH SYRUP 0 ,i, I and staked to 86 large residential lots, which, withinone

sal of the members of the community ,(CREOSOTED) z year's time will sell for $2r;(100 per lot or $172,000.00.
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II In commenting ss a .hol.upon the said unions one citizen gift. water tissues.to a It parched feels like throat a swallow on a blistering of ice.1:: SPECIAL J I This is no ficticious price but based on the present trendof

h hot summer day. It gives quick I. II progressive business and sound Judgment. We are

New from Los Angeles Man named relief.Ask your druggist for for
Abrams robbed. Taking them In LEONARDrSGood I offering this magnificent property only $38,000.00on

./ c o alphabetical order In Los Angeles. for children and adults. very attractive terms. Let.us show it today. Tomorrow -


g r_. t: f-=r ... ,- I LARCHMONT HOME I f : .may be too late. _. f''k ;.;

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Nicely arranged new Stucco t'
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t : :,' INVESTIGATE Bungalow, five rooms with oak '

floors throughout except. bathroom ,- i- 1

"A home with bearing on E which is tile, with built-in tub. Kitchen ;. '., ;. -. : I' t. .
desirable grove ,
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bath and r r ;" .ty',
house with wart with
.. beautiful Orange River. 8 room E conveniently arranged plentyof .. ,',
ter., '121-2 acres of high hammock land, all cleared and ., :
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. well fenced. Ten acres iq grove with barn and garage. :, ; ': .. ". :,
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t ; 160 Acres, About 30 acres cleared and been in cultUovation. Co
!. E Lawn sodded. Palms and :flowers. K. L. Jeifcott'it
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I t 10 acres near Olga, close to Pal raBeach Road, School.I' ,=, } '
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"' 13. April 1st, will sell for $1600.00 Some terms. '
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Grady, Dr. Gradys ais-1
1 't,ter.Yra. <*t&A.el Tampa and ,Miss -
.J':a Und ey. Home onatratl agent: II It Is probable that the L&aies Aid "THREE DOLLAR DAYS
I : "'attended |Oa refjlar monthly* met-j Society will hold)' -sale at the same

\. .int of the Sanlbel dtic- Club and place uext's n Td.\i. the 27th.Mrs. .
'home Demonstration class held the
,,2nd Tuesday of the onth--ctttifJI Frank.'C. Ileaton. of Tawipa,
I *. log Item that should hare been who was for'several years a resident
,;?;among last weeks "notes'. Wbile J here ofFort; Myers' and who has warm
friends there and on Sanibel, arrivedAt
I. from Tuesday to Wednesday noon
they were the.gueatg of'the MUses "The Matthews," yesterday. Monday THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY /
'Nutt:; ', acecmpanird by,;.her sister Mr. :
{ ,. .-. and-Mrs. Brought and her niece
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Mayer and family are occupying $
,. their attractive new home on main until Saturday .
March 26 28 ,
to San Carlos Bay and JoIr,,lartjn Majrerjs 27 .
_:' : ,fesldence Just.besicl. Iftt' nt'ar1 Mr. W. E. Cogdell left yesterday: "
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\ Ing completion. 1 morning for Capthra and Useppa, expecting JL -] '<

I I to return this afternoon. $1.00 Will Buy Merchandise Worth $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.0O, and Even r' !is-: .

t. property' \\'. S. Reed to the bar same sold his partIEko bay-aide\1'! Higher. In Fact, $1.00 Will Buy Anything: On This 'age.As Advertised. a ii':= ..

'fi purchased' San Carlos ln .-< ,A. naitti I i One in ;Million Come Each Day and Save Money! Hundreds of other Items at Dollar I : : ,

't bet 'of other 'deala," ,aije f'pendin ,,i < ,, <..1 Here. Three "" )
.ltannouneemente Not Listed Bargain Days.
Savings .
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made in the near future. 'Bl i .
; i ; Men's\ and Young Men's 33c Lisle I SocksHere's J ==- _\:
It Is gratifying to. learn.thai Mr. j iJ /' -
C and Mrs. Fred Johnson who cold'.outjt II'1 .... ; Men's Suits Spring ShirtsUnderwear t
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the bargain i '
I their bait irHtrett in San Carlos Inn 'i .EI! iii I,' r'
c will l remain oa Itt, Jslaud. i Special savings offered Men's fine mercerized E ,

Russell Buck;; received a ,most cordial : ,on all Men lies Lisle Socks, worth 35c -"::::: t 1 ,

welcome when ha arrived last ,1 ;":\ glUlI.1tY( ung Men's to. 50c pair evel'Y"I"I i
Thursday to spend the r rest of the I All new, styles.Every and Hosiery{
season with his mother,; Ira. Bailey r where at Swan men
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model.
., Buck and his elder Mls"J Christine I new
Buck I I Savings for Father will save if they buy .
4 i! a I I II five for
these at pair
and Son at Swan's _
Mrs. and MU Matthews gave ,a j, ; ,
V card party last Friday evening in I I .,,';:":;> t I IIf Dollar Day. $1.00
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honer of several 1 of their most popu- !! A-w-
V lar guests Mrs. John Hartnian Mrs.J i : -. -- I IlIEN'S
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Barber Brown Mrs. Stemler.' nad {I i If t TURKISH) BATH TOWELS
\ 75c UNION SUITSHere's
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and of peishkors were I _
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l Tited. Delicious refreshments were I I.J. i'qf Heavy weight double
t served and the evening! passed all too : a".rYrRt t the bargain that men woven and large size 'Bath Towel.They're .
.' lwittl,. < \ j Miss Mary "liunsey, A !popbomore don't get the chance of V
every be sold at giveaway
!In high school and one tit the prttttest to
J' jf-: --+- I I girls In ll:1r: y. Ark, baievea day,! High grade Union Suits
I ti, liraVm C. harnei also II. In.the J b1e. prices, 3 for.- .ffl.OO
'.t lamed Friday evening, at enter-I That Is Why' she Is the only girl In sells everywhere regular} at 75c.Swan's $2.00 to $3.00 -
i! : Cottage Quite a number of her school who has not txjUied her\ hair. 10 Dozens .
price Dollar Day is most 4"nmazing2
n- bel friends. Music games ,and the ,. And to defend herself against the { V1NDEX SHIRTSShirts
'j" \ serving of refreshment helped to ""old,Cush'iintir taunU of her chums the for. .'_ .$1.00 Women's Silk Hosiery
the eecvnd chapter of
she quota <
i fill the happy' hours. First Corinthians, verses 14 and 15: I -- that ordinarily Special showing of high grade
I "Itelh not nature Itself teach you.I
t Ii I -The Sanibel School held a food sale that If a uuki have long hair: it is Look! Balbriggan Underwear sell for ,not lea:? than Silk Hose, the kind that women
tl .. Saturday anernoon,.on the SaaibelPackong / shame unto him? Cut if a woman
I ... Co.'. dock In an attractively: lave lone hair it Is a glory to her: $2.00 to $3.00 will go on usually pay from $1.25 to $1.50

,, .".decorated. booth/erected for the occa.loJL. ;lor her .hair" were given her for aovering. Men\ Your opportunity is here. sale at only $1.00. All pair for. Women V may choose, at
It was to well patronized that
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t V r I 1;::'ing mere. if their, delicloua cakes can iu>t go against the wishes of my': Balbriggan 2-piece suits, the ; cut-with and withoutcollars. -" .
,"", candies cream and sandwiches And the Iteuchln. of the SHEETING
:j on try ants
I 1 V .> ] hand. Over thirty dollars was taken tble:"'"she fc .v... $1.50 kind, Dollar Day, at Swan'sone Exceptional

2-piece suit for values for Dollar Day 36-inch unbleached Sheeting,
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I ut only . _._ .. $1.00 special selling Dollar Day at 7
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r V tt yards for . . . . .$1.00
r:: i Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish Bungalow- -

jr t''y .rv; | Tiled Bath, Oak Floors, Cedar Lined Closets, E :\ ;, ;) : : i. '

'5h;, V | Garage Etc.-;as near perfect ,as ;p ossible.h (;> S fJ !'. V TiIii iI !.

fi r | Royal l Palm Park. Come in and let,!; us show ?? n r ; '" .
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//.1 1 f/ uanunnnnnntlnn'' '' I tit IIII t IIIIIIIt111Ri1t1l1141t1iitiillltliiilRt1l11111111lttllglll' '''nTi'=' money saving prices! We can pair pure thread silk 'H' ,, i ; .:

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( I .fs::< : ,Vt, a day FLI able long wear. pairs for _._ $1.00 MILLINERY 4

j $} : : JDI-.T I P New shipment just received, and r

If 1 : C'7llny -, -. is priced for Bargain 1
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'A.'-J- !t!' } 85c Silk Hosiery : ''i''l: specially

.'..A.yn I /I tI 0 f .. Day selling. Come to Swan's and J

: Special selling fine silk Hosiery?: '. .' save? on every purchase 'you .{

H ChicaoV : Choose here and save on your :< ; make. ,

'. hosiery bill. While quantity. .
$3.50 High Grade Hand Towels

; ;V St.Louls lasts, 2 pair for u. u .$1.00 1"y "' BIG BARGAIN SALE ',
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1V ',.u .. STRAW HATS \
.. Every housewife needs more and

t t ,,. over the Scenlc-Hisloric DIm RoufoAr. : Pretty J" : :'E Specially priced fov still more Towels!. Here's the5 opportunity -
FLIER
! ,;s.' Le.,: Uyera..tft ta tS : Dollar: Day -- Straws ,to supply' your needs,
S V, Lv.:I.ak.laod.: : : : tl:19:::: Dress Ginghams : .
J I i.v.L.:hck.cnille.Atlanta,N.C.Aa.1.t t. : 9 9:0.1 S a p.m.my in beautiful ,, a that, have just arrived, at only,,12 for . ... .$1.00 I
m Checks plaids ::
I At ChetLnooxaN .C a.SL L Usl lLano stripes, ;'.. .
to sell
VC" .8t-Loal. .L.<&N' r 43.I. pattern designs. Ginghams bought special at 72x90 SHEETS ,
I :1 v I Ar.Chleaga.C.CBL K.1.. N1 a.m.it this low price. Men\ will ",
1 obwraUoa tChaag..t-Car Llbr.ry at J Ca.r-J.CkaoD..m.ckaonme. ,. that women usually expect to Blue bird brand sheets. A real

1;::T, tt 0> ,j' C1 Compartmeot Chlcaso.Louaae Jacksonville-nlravtla-Room to Car Chlea-Jack-o. pay more for! See th.ese: oh Collar ung.sure if .thei uite buy a their.sav- bargain! at regular price of 1.35. 1;.

!V 1 L' V compartment-reaaing.oa.ntaoChlaavo.:
6 ; .,.J,' O rawUc-Koom lionserpt.gCar.Jaeisoa.illetoSt.L.ua.' and J Opea Scctioo. aeepio: : for ;i . . . .'."n s$1,00, .", "' only .I- ,. .. .. .. .. ,\ .,..;. > $1.00
Can-Jaekse..ulctoC J.ekwndler : ; f 'J :
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t X: DIXIE LIMITED:! ;:' ,
F:. r Ii!i..: t L. Pt.Mew.-A.c.i, .- .- *se p...
iW, Lv.:Lake'aad.A.C.1_ til.as p.m.la .
c "-" t-, Lv.Jack.oavnk. A.C.L.- 8-JOa.m.
'i' a. l L....Chat AUaota."""""N., ,C.,.N des:.C St..C!I...St..' .L> 1P.IoPIe 7JJp.ro.Ar. 25c High Grade CURTAIN SCRIMS Toilet Tissue'
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ar. 4: Drawing-Room anil,Open Section: Sleeping -A chance to save =- 'Regular Quality s "--"
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C ra-SaraaotaJaekaoaTiU ia Tampa to Cb.Icaa.
*to St.Lenia. Special selling of New Curtains! Make\ ..

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Compa"-Dr.wtq-aoom.a4 Ser regular 25c I Cotton
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a Coaehe* JaeksoariU*to Cbicaco. -- house look fresh and -
'' n ; i Coach Section of the Dixie Flyer J. "Hosecomes ''iri all i f1.
{ l;'. ..' leano lackaoavUIe.6u Lout and iJO Chicago p>m.arrives,tbe Chattaaooga aav* 1 ... .i _. ) new' Attend .Swan's'Dollar buy a supply 1 f or 1.>00 .;
\ tlma aa Ih.PuUma a Sectioa.Dauuliy : sizes. Dollar t Days Day Sate' andbuy
Good Liaise Car Serric
t" All Urea Tram CU fine curtain 1
r.' ., f.yy ,.dNgev wrrc6ueMm+-,MAe while they last, 7 pairs While i quantity lasts,
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: m :h w 1+ .pi"- l a' scrims i at only 10 yds.
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I came to Florida' from Missouri in 1911 in 1 LORI D rS MOVING, PICTURE I '

search of health for Mrs. Meyer. At ..4that time .. -, ;!
Miami was a town of less than six thousand peo -- -
ple. There was no paving )to the town and no pEVELOPMENT"Just I
roads on which an automobile could be run in --
Dade County. The records will show that I predicted -
then a beautiful city for :Miami :and set
about to promote three things: Good roads: good .
of Tampa'The
churches and good school facilities. Mr.\; C. II. r f rr'r r t Whisper South. : ,
I Ward, who was then Secretary of the Board of I I ;;
Trade, will tell you that I spent half of my timeon :,.
the above three factors and educated the na
tives on what a road bond meant. They had the first offering will be "Studio Section,
impression that a road bond putt* a mortgage on consisting::! of 200 lots on one:' of our main streets' ,
their property so that they'. could not selFwhen r i running from West Tamiami Trail to the first
the northerner came. studio building. i
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It i 13 foolish for.the people of Florida to sits //hvflirswi 11 Lots-are CQ x 140 feet-Street 125 feet wide-
I idle and not develop their wonderful resources. : improvements" to be added without cost to
I There will be a.million.people.} : wha/will.desire. to Yd ..the purchaser.- ** -

locate their,, winter homes in Floridawithin the '>' ,OJi"t _
next two years, and if the people of Florida are .
not willing to1 develop:this ';wonderful state ', and h h
prepare a place for these people! am of'the pinion '.. '
that they will nbt remain he re.;There has lSOo.-Inside: "
been no, l large developiiienttiir<:Floruta'',that..has Corner lots $ lots. $1.000rTermsonefourthcaslv : or
quarterly
balance'monthly_
not paid'to 'the* people inv..esUngther: -tremendous ; *, I
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bles Jots sold l as low as $700 a.piece4. That was i in t c ;' be expendoo. ;
Eighty cent of receipts will
1920; Tbd ay the: same 'lota'-\are aelling'for $7,000. ; : per -
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--In1914) ;; wher 'Carl Fisher opened up" 'Miami :; .: : -r:4 y for 'improvements. ,. onthe: property.,. -
Beach h.?(offered the writer! lots free': to build a' .: r. : I : uj' '1' : '
house*on;; and people weri& urgedto'',buy )lots" on :.. r
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1 those buy ing were fdolish""Todayithbringing { otfe lots are "? r $ $ !o" .J. ...,. < ,.jj ,.. i
times ''that amount: : .,,' \ Mail'orders; and t telegraphic servaU ns jwillreceive
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"on the West'Coastt; and while I am 'not so' fami- .., ._ : --J r .r ,

.: Ji rf with the1 ]developments over.her .;!will '.. .. < .. ... ... ___..... # ., t .... ........ .: ,.1!. )
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(make,this atatement\that.in,none of'the develbpmehtsTsuch"as -, ; .,.: _. : i"i(" !; :* esmen who- ca0 qiialifjr.Wnorthern
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Targe ,profits': To my knowledge those; buying at ket at a very low price, and to pass it as quickly no question in my mind that our- season:, .would elusive agenci e,ritablished: t' '" ,
pre-development prices in'' ny'of'the 'abovementioned as possible into the hands of parties who' will begin much earlier and that our visitors v would
subdivisions are able to take out more pro- give me the Mouth-to-Mouth advertising., stay much longer .. -, I
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I:consider the Tamiamt! \ 'Trail'1 'that will connectupSjoiuthwest 1/ I h'iiV asked the'people associated; with,)ne in. : r MEV1'R: R<;..1 ;:: ''
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myY new-venture to make the first picture I e.) eat or0
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Ii'is'lheJbtsiJeSs way'of i now'cahd November Isf Undgive, ,
selling a subdivision :[ or.datq'be: the greatest? public benefit- that Florida between .
to place the first sections sale at := world and tornaroeit The Tanwami Trail. .. \
on pre-develop FJorida will ever see. I have reasons to feel that it to the ; < -.T.
ment;prices., 'Thebuideri. publicity':' \sand-improyements ... within\' one.year from this coming May we will It is claimed that a successful pictureIs''seen bjr) Siil es' \ aria ge't. =..
to,start: a city i .isjarge.1 andrwe.t':; t t'.All be able"'to"ride from Tampa <\ Miami i. over the. twenty-millio"" of people the first six months' oft ;
k now i that it takes something besides moral support Tam\ami Trail in comfort And'oV"JrluCh'" t more its he1ving,'ana'I?can think of no greater.gif to f Executive Of ftee \ .
ttf pay''bilte. And we'also know that Mputnto -' .pleasant it would be to the tourists that come to make to the property holders of Florida than Bradenton, Fla. (Just across the street fromthey .
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.=1' 1 Jacksonville.)'is well balanced owing, to IY
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is { .. cooperation :with both the between Jacksonville and Texas and the Mexican oil fields
i j :, branch. bank of the Sixth ; PACTS ABOUT JACKSONVILLE Jacksonville ships over one billion feet of lumber per :
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5i 1.. ., JaCksonville's beaches. in the world. ,Jacksonville'boast of one of the largest the Mexican border : :=:
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t Auditing! Bookkeeping ana 'Ac the great grand daugh I N CAP AIIN ENI J. B. CoxClayton

; counting WHEN. of an dancer Indian In Princess a musical Is I I iE EE S AiPER & Kennedy Realty Co. 10 acres on Buckingham Road. Good

S comedy with Chinese settings PA SE MSIH Jeffcott. K. L.. Realty Co. well and $5,000. s'
COLOMAL, "HOTEL (a' presented in the metropolis of I P TR AIY Dunham. Bolick & Williams house, deep some grove. .
W America things take on a cosmopolitan EGO AiO Donald D. Foley :: Good terms.

Telephone 1TO p.:o. Box 833 i C air. wE D 1 T F IMA Fort Myers Realty Co. a
r Fort': !rIler.!,. Florida r But Margaret Daily ofChina S NE, I C. P Frank
't F Hose." which opened In New York A W. E. Futral 100 acres just off McGregor Boulevard, '.
; b ., recently* quite cosmopolitan herself I ILL LASSO SwTQ Fidelity Real Estate Co. '
r More than that, she has a, I COMPASS RSIOLO' I Garrison & Shultz 4 miles out, just right for subdivision now. _

f' her breadth to find of Interest enjoyment which In enables many FPT OHMS Glades Loan & Investment Co. $850.00 per acre, one-fourth down, balance s' ,

:I't Or. Ueo. MasganaVETERINARIAN '' different things. In between performances I PAS 'M SE Johnson & Powell Realty Co. in 6 to 10 to suit .
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; J : fretting.up, an impromptu meal. Alvin Gorton :: ,' .
: ,. French and American One of'her favorite dishes is a C .
t J Gradual I Hendry Realty !: 'See for View Park lots.I | :
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t'.1 1: Rabies'Vaccination .% meat leaf made- with gelatine J IG>S YOU: ('..\> BELIEVE: I> Walter It. Kanne us
.'> ;,lr. t Tags Furnished which Increases the nutritional the bulk If your uieath Is bad and yon have J. D. Lynn .
:f S4 years practice value without Increasing spells of swimming in the bead poor Geo. R.
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110 Anderson AT V r Indian Moat loaf *j I appetite constipation and a general I W E. McMahon (II I PALM CITY REALTY CO. ;: I
P Take two cups of any left-over no-account feeling, it is a sign your McClure: &: Wood Co.
: stock bouillon or diluted gravy. liver is torpid. The one really de- I Mutual Realty CoW PHONE 479 Jill
pendable remedy for all disorders in IL Reynolds Realty Co.I r
Smithwick e the liver stomach and bowels is Julien C. Rogers UNDER GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL :a
I Herblne It acts powerfully on the Seminole Realty Co. i.
LV' .t Law liver strengthens digestion! purifiesthe I Shawcross & Gannon
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>> Mere, Florida of energy,vim and cheerfulness.Price : Stahn &: Phillips
-\ 60c. Sold by Evans Pharmacy. | Stubbs &: Boyd .
| Tichenor & Godman
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-. Looking up is a fine habit. But in I iTinstman Insurance Co.
f :. Land For Sale in St. Louis a man doing it bumped his'Truluck Realty Co.
IONA [nose, on an awning.Hall's i I A. L. White Tampa-Fort l\lyers-Everglades /
v W ingate & Draughan
4' by CatarrhMedicine I'I List your property with one of the Steamer Everglades i r.
t Shawcross & Garmon :abote REALTORS today and It nil
is a Conchna ;be for sale by each of them tomorrowiioM.yr *
",t Pythian Banding Treatmcn.t-; Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Thursday
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two tablespoonfuls of Gelatine red or green pepper. celery onion ". CHENEY & CO, ,
nit Palms Tnl V
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CANCERS CUREDAt Radio is dangerous. Man over
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IT, H. GRACE The the radio in Missouri. Girl beard him Lee Construction Co. E ,Telephone 115 for Rates i'
; : Physician and .
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KELLAM HOSPITAL singing and married him.

I 1 f Office House 15-11 147'Woodford Earnhardt Ave.Bide The. Kellam Uloera. Hospital X.Ray Burn cures Cancers and Chronic Tumors 308 Pythian Bldg. c Bus Service to Everglades, Daily Except Sunday via,,
Sores without the use of the knife. X-Ray. Terrible Russian news today They Fort
Telephone 82-Office 2 rings Myers Estero, Bonita Springs, Naples, Marco and Caxambas
Radium. Acids or Serum and we have are making autos there. Bet the darn
Home 3 rings cured over to per cent of the many hundreds .
of suffers yearn treated Minister during the treated pasttwentythres things will be contrary.In Watch Us Grow Leaving 8:30 a. m. .f

- Palm-Lee Park has hardVinrfared KELLAM HOSPITAL. Inc. the future we will be careful Subject to Change without Notice g 3TAMIAMI >
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:--:' .6s s; A. U WhIt. MAURICE ATRKRS RESIDENTSWe relieved.forms Many quickly cases and doctors permanently pronounced | Bargains"in Suburban Homes |

James C. PlanerLEH hopeless and change of cli- '
.t COUNT ENGINEERING CO. mate failed to help are now entirely: = 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house, out 1 Palm Line
: Civil mad Structural Engln* rs write Burglary Insurance
Royal
free from that dreaded disease since
; Consulting Engineers on Drain*!*. I which protects your dwellingand = house fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large grounds-only =
Bride* and Structural Work : loss using HOOVER'S IMPROVED = 3/ miles from Fort Mjers\ on Lee County Boulevard. Low EI
Fort My rv r >1da.. contents against or' ASTHMA REMEDY.Ask terms -
damage from burglary or theftwhether = price Easy -
your druggist for a $1.00 bot- = =
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I f._ Palm.Lee beautiful Park homeiltes.hat eight hundred occupied. return after the balance taking half for the the full contents pur- | Seminole Realty Co.. Inc. =I Ii| Regular Passenger Boat Service lit

$1,000 Policy, 1 year, SlUG, chase price. z .230.1st Street.
\. Jiiiliiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiimmiimui.n; :S.years, $12.32. Sold in Fort 'Myers. Fla., by Evans E Between ='. ...
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Manufactured GEO D.HOOVER
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eighty acre citrus grove turned Into The Six-Letter Word That Solves $ .
Phone !-3 rings
beautiful homesltes. Y 10 tfa
Brick and Tile Bungalows EE I =- =.

: a Specialty' -1E I It The Puzzle of Life on a :Iflf .. e:

. M yrhy not build subitantlaUyt :: McClureStrozierInsurance LADIES
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";_, '1. I Bu 9ST-f rt ,.Myon '1.I.. Agency Pure Silk Hose THRIFTThriftsystematic I TRI-WEEKLY SCHEDULE j i i' ;

ffiiiiimmiiiniiinniiiiiinmiiiiiiiiMiinnHoffman l 3 Pairs $3.00 ; g: .

I I I DELIVERED FRESH FROM OUR saving of jour extra earn _= Leaving Fort Myers Monday Wednesday and Friday at S p. -
Bros. FACTORY Ings-means freedom from money worries; it m. Reaching St. Petersburg at 7 o'clcok and Tampa at 9 o'clock E
For Building Con- Cheap labor conditions and elimination banishes the fear of old age; it makes possible :: the following morning. :: '

.," ,.. ; Contmeton ass Bonders struction and of middleman profit each I the pleasures and comforts of life; it makes you II Leaving Tampa Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at S p. m. E'
enable to $1.50 on
.:. 1509 Euclid Ave.. I I you save I a free man instead of a wage-slave. and Sunday morning at 8 a. m. St. Petersburg two hours later. ,E .
:; Fort Myers, Florida Repairing'SfE box of 3 pair and get real genuine It solves the question of Life. I ;
silk beautiful well-fitting hose Comfortable staterooms all opeaing'on deck. S.
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Excellent dicing service Courteous officers and crew
fashion marks and
Ankle
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Zt Paha-Lee Park has already '
, over one hundred Fort Myerspeople The Fort Myers Build- lisle top.Black. I E Fare one way Including meals and berth $10.00 E ,
1. who hare purchased ....- white brown, nude pearl Round trip. 5 day return limit .? |18.00 E
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I .ltet' peach, or match any shade.
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Company Send Check or. Money Order. j Lee County Bank, Title FORT MYERS STEAMSHIP CO.
Room 17 Leon Building specifying size and colors. After ; ;
Dodd Roof ing Co..t examining hose if not satisfied.
'I; All kinds of roots applied r.. money will be promptly refunded. and Trust
' 1j paired and painted. W. do. It References: Co: i fiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii'iii; '' I InH11HIH1IH1IllHlf' '
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-The Home for Sayings.
PISGAII MAID IIOSIERY
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e,!< 'l t! G, A.Temporary LONGBRAKE. officeat .If, ,D. AllsetLet's* Inc. Got quest. .: s.dosed 1A each box 0. r.- .r G iy 1 Clean and Safe Ice I

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GRADY' FITS 'GLAS3 ,3 I One of the most beautiful tracts of land in highest, -. Your health demands t.- .

", ';,:"t Patio .. Loom EXCURSIONSDaily state of cultivation, with plenty of wells, and water, s such precautions. :!

: ff.' il with half-mile'river frontage and half-mile Boulevard -' You will find ours un- I. ,
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I t ? River. AU Water froat pr wlegei, :to 'the Gulf, vard. This especially beautiful property for highest, ,' : sediment and impurities ;" ,

I U:. reserved for,lot owwars. On DIXIE class subdivision purposes can now be had at a money of,all kinds. i'
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. I '. 1 East Fort Myers Notes I e Hunt's ni -: c:".- VEGETA'BL'E GROWERS- and get other your Packing Crates,Material Pitper.\Virl of us. .# s a


We do custom packing for the under our
I Bob son ot' Mr..' and Mr*. Roy B.I Mr,, and Mrs. James Brown who, growers

Gilbert;hu bees ill for several days until ,the last two years have made ; "Pack-Right1' Brand
r: ----- I their home in East Fort Myers have BY HARRY B. HUNT and 191 as figured by the government's I

J. Soberts, of Jacksonville was cottage Crescent Beach'and'have MSA Smite Writer *. own experts. Recognized by all buyers as the mark of perfect packing..

', here on buslneu Friday. I come back' to stay They have been, WASHINGTON Assessment IN rebuttal to_the department It will be to your interest to learn .our prices on Crate Materials.
: living on the'esat coast ') $10.000000 that the figure of SUI'IO .
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i J I or so In Income tax against was' more than the stock was Goldstein
'Mlssfdith* : Johnson who has beenseriously Mr. and Mrs Irvin Edenneld. Mrs. Senator Couzens, to cover a worth In ItlL that Its real value Warehouse The Roy Hanchey Company Fort: : ryers- ,

Ill,"has almost recovered_ Everett Freeland. Mrs Nash Dial and theoretical undervaluation of the then was only about $2(00 a share
1 I and must M paid I -
Mrs that a tax on ---
; A. Kanne and daughter. Ruth.Stove --- -- ---
9 mi worth ot his stock In the Ford $10000 per ahare profit Instead of
1 to Punta Gorda Sunday and
Motor Company, result In a J600 share the following
may per
and wife
B. Gilbert have returned I
Ray
found the road good all the and
: way situation where the government claim legal sharks suggest might
Florida and
Western
to Tampa.
trip
from a
no detour ,
: necessary.Mrs Instead of collecting a few additional be establishedProdeterminatIon
.. -;-- I millions would have to refund by the government Meats Bacon and Fresh
Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Greshman motored J. F. Tatum and sons. Charles to Couzens the taxes be did of a satisfactory value for ,
to Arcadia Sunday and visited and Forrest and Mrs. Lula Black-. pay! u a result of Wa profit on' th4 stork'as of 113. was one of Sausage YOU CAN REST EASY /

J. F. Tatum, at the hospital.. I welder and daughter, Mildred mo- that transaction. the material considerations enter Tatum. E. Fort Myers.
:':1:10: Perhaps Secretary Mellon would Ins Into the sale.It -
tored to Arcadia Sunday to'Tlslt'Mr..
J I that result for it definite WHILE "SITTING PRETTY"in
not object to was a very perhaps
Miss Carrie Barnes of Fort Meade, Tatum who Is in the General Hospital ,
would In that case. be a demon- even a determining factor. In the
is the guest of her sister Mrs. R. A there. His condition Is
much improved straUon of his claim that high Kile. Had the government then
Hawthorne. I taxes defeat themselves and deprive fixed the figure Secretary Mellon one of our porch rockers: which are the acme of comfort .
I the government ot revenue now suggests would have Seen New Easter Hats at extremely low prices.
Clarence and Esmond 'Williams Hugh Chandler returned, Friday Instead of adding to treasury receipts. proper Couzeno net return would t
motored to Bradenton Saturday and: night from Okeechobee City where have been come IIOVOOOOO lee"*-. It atReasonable
i returned Sunday evening. he had been visiting his relatives. He No more interesting demonstra seems quite likely the sale never. Prices Come in and see them f
srMrs. II tlon of the Mellon tax theory would have been made at that fig
: was recalled by telegram to his duties -
I could possibly be staged In this ure. Ladies and Childrens Hose
,Mae Thurston of SamTille.l, at the Tatum store. His brother, country, nor one that would no. Congoleum Rugs for everybody at right prices /
was shopping In East Ed Chandler, and John'Thomas drove thoroughly catch public attention the government Is now able Fine Line of Ginghams

Tuesday., I' him over IiordMa and interest. .,.r .* IF establish and enforce a lower.
MRS.\ A. F. KAUNE
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S *f_ UII valuation u a basin for tax We Deliver Anywhere-Cash or Terms
Mr. and Mrs.. Gene Shanahan, of : : .. Launched BRIEFLY, the situation. thia in; the profits on the ate to Ford.It Milliner
to were underway is claimed the validity of the
Ions was attending business In East Fort Myers
by Ford to' buy out the whole transaction could be HI
Ready'for' her to the Thou-
t East Fort Myers Monday.f voyage
stock of the minority Interests In aside and Couzens reinstated in
: sand Islands the Nordeda has been I
the flivver Industry the minoritystockholders the ownership ot lug Ford stock LEE COUNTY FURNITURE COMPANYA.
L J.,Brnton. of Sebrlng, has, purchased : launched by the Williams Boat Ways agreed to sell at $12, should he so desireFor ..------ ----
'1,900 acres of land In DeSoto; arter'an. overhauling and painting up SOft per share provided a ruling the valuation-previously I, I. Mann, Prop.-Phone 58-11
county through C. H. Luke. A new muffler was made by Casey, was procured in advance from the fixed ty the department constituted
Gas
i Gulf and Standard
the welder, at a small expense anda Treasury Department ot a value a very definite and valuable con East Fort Myers f ,
Si I for the stock, of 191}. satisfactory and formed basic I[
side
Mr and Mrs ,0.;: U Roberts hare saving of over $100, as ation a part Gal., 25c
I Clyde Williams is clptaln of theN to the minority owners.Under of the agreement on which the
returned from Plant City where they rdeda and she expects to be gone the revenue law, the 111 sate was concludedIn Medium\ and Heavy Oil
were the guests of relatives. value would be taken as a basis for event this contention was upheld
I ___ two weeks on her trip. Harry B. I Quart 20cTatum's
determining profit on the stock In the courts the government s
r M. M.'-TIlIl and C. L. Soberts were Hamell. the owner Is here supervising subject to the federal income tax Instead of collecting add Big Store.
I- at Bonita Springs delivering some her repairs. Sick a ruling was obtained by tlonai taxes from Couzens would
furniture, yesterday.J. Ford from the treasury The 1U!( have to refund taxes heretofore
Many Still IB Camp value was fixed at ISSOO fi share: collected\ on the sale. Business is Better '.'
:'And as a result of this valuation And henry Ford would have to i
A. Buxton,ot Lake Wales, and ,Tourists come and tourists go but ithe sale was consummated make, an accounting to Couzena on
W. U."Gaaklns,', of Bartow- were In the at the Lee fair f Ford paid $12.800 per ahare foi pronts made during the last hall
t camp County
East Fort'Myers yesterday attending grounds is comfortably I filled Since the stock and Cousetu and his /dozen year BOATS BUILT Business is growing better at our store
to business with Walter Thomas. .minority associates paid Uncle which would: )ring FOrd into
the Jew fish have begun to bite so Sam income tax on IS600 per shard in* fight and Insure litigation lasting and every day. There must be a reason.
freely many bf the men have found a profit this being the increase In yarn beyond the span of the I REPAIREDHeavy '
# Miss orlDDe ,Jones?,who has been new attraction in East Fort We still bread at loaf. lOc
k Myers. _value of the stock between un present administration are selling per .,
visiting Eaat Fort Myers relatives for Not a day passes but that motorists -
a week, returned to" her home In crossing the bridge see one or ONE I\ TEN I'jjiiimiiiimiiiiiumiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiuiii' cylinder boring and' othermach.1De Smoked link Sausage per lb. .. .,. 25c
Clearwater ;'' work
Sunday more large Jewfish stretched along Neglecting a little wound cut or
Blue Rose Rice lb. . . . 9c
the guard rail out of the way of traf- abrasion of the flesh In nine times | Don't Forget | GEAR CUTTING per'
Marta Pearce. who has been visiting fic. They are not so careful of their out of ten causes> no great Battering
relatives and friends )Sa East Fort catfish and a catfish horn will snaga or inconvenience but it la the one to When WE do It It's DOSE Fine Line of Dry Goods J

Myers ',for several; days, returned' ,.to tire case In ten that causes blood poisoning | use our'Item'tBox 1 1I :SIGHT "* .
his home in Tampa:Sunday. lockjaw or a chronic festering J P. Coates Crochet Thread, all colors

1 Boot and Siding Nearly on sore., The cheapest safest and best I I '
Mr. and Mrs. Ben King have goneto course la to disinfect the wound with WILLIAMSBOAT two spools . . . ; '\ . .'. 5c

Palm Beach and Miami where they The steel roof and siding are nearly liquid Borosone and apply the Boro- | at S SI I All 32-inch Ginghams yard 25c <
,,.J will spend a few day while MrjKingis '! on the large new garage which zone Powder to complete the healing WAYSEast per .

attending to business. Claude Stroup is building near the process Price liquid) SOc 60c and Men's Hose, 50c down to lOc .
.,;.- crossing of the Highway and railroad $1.0. Powder SOc and 60c. Sold by I Tatum's Store I Fort HjersMCDOWELL'S 1
Mrs. Myrtle Seed who has beenrnurs '. Evans Pharmacy.Libby's I Large stock of Ladies' Hose, priced" I I
,* lag Mrs. C. IL Luke, who has been F.'IIIIII If.
illlll..JJllll! tu I!111111'111'1'11111111'' 'I reasonable.
', very 111 has gone to Tampa for' a Steer All On J

day or two Children's Play Sutts, each 01 .' .; $1.25 I
The steel is all on the new lumber I
W. X.\ English motored to Polk shed built by the Pollock Lumber Apple Butter

county: Saturday evening and returned Company. No. 3 cans, 30c ?. '''t.Kirby's bash Store !;. I
i ;::- Sunday evening. He.was the i guest :

.'" 'of,relatives while'-away. Hoagiandi Are Leaving Tatum's, of course. You always save money and get a deal of v'' C. C.. Kirby, Prop. V' '.*"

:" Mr. end Mrs..R. A. Hawthorne motored e fir and Mrs. George Hoagland who satisfaction trading at McDowell's.: ,' EAST FORT MYERS
to Punta Corda' last Monday nave been staying at their camp at

i 'w'": where the latter was a witness In the the fair grounds since the Lee County 24 lbs. Melody S. R. Flour . q. .$1.60
case of the State_ vs.. J. H.,Downing. Fair busy bidding good ,bye CAN FIX IT
are
: 24 lbs. Flour 1.75
.. to, the, numerous friends they have r Pillsbury :.. 'I . .
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llra.f' fatt1 Swint and Miss>i .Ada made irhlle In Fort Myers. They are If your Ford needs .the hands of 3 lbs. Crisco . . . . . .. .75
Shanahan-passed through East:Fort leaving today for their home in Indiana an expert mechanic to make it run
I Myers Saturday morning ea route to and have oul* a few weeks to right bring it to 6lbs. Crisco . . . "..,.'.'. .:. 1.45 ... '

Tampa on a hurried business'trip.; spend there when they will leave Roast Beef, No. 1 can . :. . .. 23
for North Dakota and will travel W. I. ENGLISHAT
F Mr. and Mrs. J.' U. DeLaeey'a til throughout the' United.States for'six: Corn Beef, No. 1 can .". ,. . . .: .23 SPLITPROFITSTORES

,. Mrs. T. 8. Simmons motored to Arcadia consecutive, months., Sliced Dried Beef, 2Y2 oz. glass . ., .15 ,
Sunday where they were called Miss Gene Wiles who has been,enjoying :
"on : Bridge Hotel Garage Sun Maid Seedless Raisins 15 oz. .15
f J. F. Tatum. the beach parties given for 'I. .., .

i the J Hoaglands and herself. Is also 5 String Broom-Regular '(75 center. ., .49
;:' EAST FORT :MYERSLibby's
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Hughes; who has been employed leaving and 'will make a short stay

t In the East Fort- Myers barber at her home''la, Syracuse N. T, and E. E. MCDOWELL\
shop returned to his home at Camilla will join';the Hoaglands in Franklin,

I Ca., Monday. Ind- just before they leave for the Kraut No. 3 EAST MYERS 3
northwest. can., FQRT _

Mist Basel Johnson has resumed 20c II Sell it for Less Groceries Meats .
her place as saleslady at the.Sullivan Hike -
Boy Scouts T tum. E. Fort Myers. '
ft Redman store'after a prolonged L P. McSPADDEN J' D. POOLE .", .. -
absence caused! by the illnessof Sixteen Fert .
members of the East
herself and family. : I Limburger Cheese; Pimen-
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: Myers troop of Boy Scouts hiked to I
Northern grown,Pota- to Cheese, Swiss Cheese
,' Hickey's creek Friday where they ,
Little Miss! Hughes I II Guy M. Strayhorn toes Mustard
who has been- practiced all the woodcraft they had peck, .. ? 45c Cheese, Brick
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I .. staying with, her aunt MrC. c.J the creek, fished?;built a lean-to u4learned.'pIQ'tld Attorney at Law I Loose-Wiles Biscuit Cheese.
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Dow, In Eat Fort. ha
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EI Myers < returned ,
base ball swam in Longford BIdg. ; Company's lOc pkgs. 5c Meats: Veal, Beef Short "
the .
to home of her father. T. M.Haghes
j tried, their prentice hands at cooking Fort Myer Phone 3 I In Fort Myers. ; They had:a tine tim and will I Vegetables ntso 0 .:
try it again ,I TurnipevpIb.. <,_ 12KiC: JT Wf r.V' V P 7<*
;:1 j Charles Leathlean has sold ,his! Fnday is receiving Jay; for

=; home on Bridge street to parties '' :Average Two'Cars Per New line of.Voiles Silks I Beets, per Ib. ty_. 12c: all fresh meats. W W'
E 1 I whose names have not been given out and what
get
c .. for *' consideration of $13,000.OO.: Laces andEmbmderies Rodishes ., lOc you want and
Lace Collars !
;i s The Roy Hanchey Packing Compa- ,. and the way you want it*
!" = ny' expects to -this week average. two and ready-' ,;, Carrots. .w.- ... .-.. 10c'u' :: .
G. :: Mrs. A. P. Porter of Texas visited cars of mixed ,vegetables a day for $ ? W e want to convince: you-
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;: her sons C. W. Alford and Thomas thia week. to-wear at Tatum's. : ;.. lOc that we have; what yoa'

; l' Porter for several days and has sow They hare been packing Irish ,: Celery and'ttu"e .... 0_. want at prices you caa. at
;: =. gone to Bowling Green where' she 13 spuds," eggplant 'tom..toel. peppers, .O ford to pay..

.E: ,, visiting a daughter. beans, squash, etc.. Price' have re- I I'T : Eggplant- Complete r.line of poultry_

ff .- I J. F. Tatnm.-who has been,to the mained fair. '. Tires, Tubes The lime we sell brings the best'results. It Apples doz. ,Sac fryers, broilers: and henn,

S t' General Hospital at Arcadia will.return Carload ot Roofing Accessories costs no more than the cheapest- lime on
S. home today., He Is much '
better.
S' 1 ,- Mrs.Tatum went to accompany. him The Pollock-Lumber.Company this Gas, Oil the market, yet it is the highest in quality. ;

i I home. ,_ week,I received a,. carload., of Johns- 'Free Crank: Case Service Name your quantity, large or small, we de- '

S 'f,; :: --, .A. ..,Mann returned Tuesday from Manville sole agents, rooting for this for territory.which they are Standard Oil StationB. liver: I SPLiT PROHT '
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:: )r: from -* business- 'trip to Plant'at,, They carry a complete line of this ; .
S ; <.--.- 'While there he elisposed'of some rooting and materials and specifications T. XcDudel, MgnJ "HIGHEST QUALITY HERE" I "' ,}
S :.' property he owned in that city and for the,built-up kind. .st across,BIll '. Creek ;
S will reinvest it in Fort Myers la which I STORES
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la East Fort Hyert I
he has great faith. Pollock Lumber Company I
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'g '')lr.: and Mrs. McClure, .'o'l have Sunsweet' Prunes 24b.package J'he Home of Johns-Manville Roofing ,) f .

been pendlar the season at the home -- 30c Sweet Pickles[ 32ouncejar Phone 515 i.f.

of Mr.; and Mrs. H. O. Thomas left -
Wednesday for their home in Colum 45c I' Fort: Myers. I..

i bus Ohio. They:wfll atop -,oft.at I Tatum,.,of _course. _Vi Tatum's Big Store m'PR ,

f {- 'several places alone the way., I .I.It READ AND .BE HAPPY;

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{ h fTHURSDAY' ..\FTEJL(O MARCH. ., : 26, 1925 V V V 'THE FORT HTEES PRESS. FORT'HT1RS. FLORIDJC V -- _z :" .f { EVE;!, V '

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i iV : -: member Qf the .Milwaukee -Mrs. M. Caldwell .ha. come from MILIS ..JlIK'In..L'H Additional Land -

f _I f zOL1\SSIF.IED ADVERnsING'iRATES- base ball team were registered at the I Personal MentionMrs. I Jrooklyn. X. T. to visit the City of l1Ur.I'Cll''E.n'Rt. Vt. -

V: I RATES IX THESE COLUMNS VARY FROte TO Sc FOR EACTI WORD Bradford .teJaJ.: Palms for a few days.R. For Woman's College V
j .1 IN EACH. ISSOfcr JlCOOIDLdfG TO 'THE tflZK r
,;: V lit counting the wonla. Include, the words "For Rent-Wmni-ST-_ ::.t" .-- :,
Continued from 1)
; : and Includealso the nameand address er box number" -c. G.: Thompson of Winter Park A. \ ( Page (By The t'.....;.!.te.l Prowl .
-: W. Chauncey, of Vashngton H. Wright and T. D. Wright.of held for Mr
"' ma! reception
like or was
-pt type this. I cent a .word for each day. was here yesterday.A. TALLA1LVSSEE. March 26.-Ap- V V V

':. .. Spt type.like this, 2 cents a word for each day. X. C.. Is here for a viit! Durham. N. C.. are here for a few lailer at the ('!o e of his lecture. roximately sixteen acres of land ad- V V V

. 8-pt type like this, 3 cents viord for each day J. Kasoner of Chicago la her days. Enthusiasm was one of the key- :cinlng the tract occupied by the .

V ": ; .lO.;pt type like this, :.4 cents a word for each day. for a few days. -". S. Deniston. of Washington. otes ofIr.. Bailey's Ail Aboard norida State College for .Women V ;-;

Is here for few weeks.W lecture. Likewise he stressed ambi- leTf'. bas been purchased by friends V :
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-A. J. D. C.
of V
V 10-pt type like this 5 cents word White. Washington '
a for each day. icn, perseverance business integrity '
,{: >f the college. -and deeds have been '',:
j .t i V MINIMUM RATE IJr riBrriT roi-RT. lOTS JUDICIAL is here for a stay of indefinite length. V '
other essentials personal
J. No advertisement will be Inserted for less than V 25 ClUftITt fEE: F1.0KI11A nd of pro- laced in the. trust of local banks. The
cents for first Inserlion. 'IlTRYi;:
: ,V ; .h' IN -. T. G. Snyder. of Sarasota Ic ;ress. Show me a woman who hat urchase bas been made, to allowV .
' ; ALTERNATE DAYS 11. P. DYKE In the !ot her enthusiasm the kitchen/ h. ,.
city. for
V Advertisements" the which members ot V
ordered II. of or expansion
V to run on alternate 'day -will bn .a. -Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson
: { cent It.? ": -011 to the nl'alal' charged 1-2' BARTIK>LD FRIEND AND IRVIN n. ,tove, and I will show you a hus-
Oil he undoubtedly wHIoakI' -
'F p.r :': ;J; .Iza. rate point type and 1 eoont i TOI>D. (eaver. Pa., are new arrivals in the faculty say. .

.' -. TERMS: V :. Hill te m*; >e rlaid aid quiet title F. XL of Saint city. >an V Freeman Augus-
: ; I:. V Cash ia advancr* V iTo the l>ef .fKlanti ,Barthold Friend the Californian. Elwood T. Bailey he next few years. The land is 1 lu- ,' .. ,r VV V
) i otS4 'ecsrd V I and (coin ti. Todd It living..and If deadto tIDe, la here for a stay of a few days. mad V
- f "Beaolutlons" he San Diego banker-orator.
b..or. ;
Inserted less .ated of five
for than all unknown lemons claiming an In- directly west acres pur- ;
ZV ,uo. -A. J. Himsner. of Chicago is hereon ,
I FN-J'o\l.t...own.* protection bring adtlalng In errnt'to the hands VdeacTIbtt in the BUI t a indelible impression for good in ,hased two years ago upon whrrh -
J I This is not responsible for correctly *ypewrllen- ef Complaint. unites the said Barthold -It. II. Brown of Kansas City. Mo., a busipess trip. th
mistake
paper it advertlsemar- Fort Myers particularly upon :
\ np.jL ... Friend and Irvta IL. Todd as heir device ;toed the old practise house since ; V
. t\: t *. grantees er other claimant or Is lierefor a brief sojourn.C. young people and upon those moO estroyed by fire.. : .V. '.-{ V

V and otaorwuie. in the following. described 4 -W. J. Blalock. of Norfolk. Va.. is uterested in community progress.
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FOR SALE WANTED 'I Beginning at the I> f'thf'act''Or..r<< of C. Cordau. uf Tampa. Is hereon in Kort Myers. Thursday afternoon Introduced TO VTAKT lO.TKltTIO!
the went half of the went half of Lot __ bU>lIBeAs. Mini Helen Wi ;soner of Topeka
= > I In Srt'thjn <2i. Township <4}> Range V .-
- : 1 I W AXT.ls..I l_ Sirls. Apply to J.: O. : (1)).'th(_ run went 42M ) fret thence -Mr. and Mrs. I* (L. Pert regular Kansas: to rhautaaUa patrons. Sh :Monday morning the contractors
j Sale Rough lunger; direct !I McCrory Co. lOll First street J-I3-3tp-; south to Jug creek thence easterly along
from ,
for J! aid creek <2Sv> feet to a point south of ---K Bailey of San Diego Calif. winter visitors who came this year on entertained with stories cbarafo trill arrive in Fort :Myers and begin V

5the .sawmill to job anywhere ini)I AXT.n-Whlte or colored woman for point of beginning thence north to point Is here for a few days. February 4th. will leave for their mperscnalioiu and a one-art play : he work of constructing the DeW < .:

I and around "art Myers. See us be- ,I cliambermaid work. Grand Central of beginning. for the adults. and with a series o'
V 1I0t..L J-24-ltK This in to require you. and earn of hciue in Whitehall. N. Y.. tomorrow.Mr. miMins for Kubb & Sturky. Title V>. .

: .V tore yon bu>. WhItaker tt Clifton. you to appear to the Kilt of Complaint -W. E. Tunaon. of Jacksontille. i is oveuile stories for the boys "*/ I sIll be one of the best business ....
l7tfc.FOR WANT),:!, IHMSIT10N-Uxperlvnced gei ifed in the above mated cause at the of-
Auto-- Exchange. eral nwrvliamllse salesman wants work. Oct of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In here on business.I and Mrs. C. A. Reed and II. "ris l Preceding her apjiearann tructures in the city. V

Box ill care (*-'*... J2SZtpDOAUDEUS Fort Myers Florida on or before the i>. Alliiiau of Sew York. are in the >clis' :Marimba Band Rave! a 30- Harry C. Stnrky informed the -. .'
SALE ,
-a Chevrolet bought
--- Role day la April. IMS; same being the
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). O. ot Live Oak i is here minute which was an en-
Henry. program
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tflnt| of February run 2000 miles in WANTEIV-lB. 6th day of. saId month. In default thereof it days. .morning thejr expect
J tire loratiOM nod with private family good quit rea.- aid Bill will IM taken as confessed and for a few days.C. icing sample! of the grand dosin- o be settlwl! in their new home byP.ON1TA _.
condition owner
perfect going north.* Price spare 450:00: cash. Box nabkt..m.. Offk'e.|rlce. Inquire V. Ie. Vaughn i2tfc al Complainant I. ordered allowed that thin to proceed Notice be exparte.It publiihed -Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gittings and concert of chautauqua tonight tepteuiber' l1t. '

In the Fort Myers 1-reus a weekly K. fJreene. of Seaport. :Me.. I.. J L W. Jones of lUcine Wia,. are here At 7:10( a. m.. Frid-iy. the chaulau- ------

285 care V Press office. S-236tp, BOnUKisVANTKl; -At tit Garrett newspaper .of general circulation puuUhed a new arrival in the city. for qua will leave Fort :Myers. Sup-rin! V
fctrvet. loud meals In le County. Florida for a. perIod a short stay. SPPwINGS
F V and room. $1000per
w.k.l of eight consecutive weeks proceeding endent Whitehead !,goe to Orlando
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FOR SALE-Large lot to x 140. Kastf the. -_Id appearance day. Charles I'rybr of Saint Peters while hid tent crew and equipment g<>
facing close to V river. Ilardsurfacwl Witness my hand and Heal at Fort Myers. -W. P. Bwkman and Mr. and Mrs. V

V V Street sidewalk sewer, water etc.. Snap WANTED; -To lraJ equity In well lo- Florida, on this the 2Mb.! day. of burg, was In If'ortlyers: yesterday.J. F. B. Beekman. of New York; have to Winter Garden. Chautauqua has The civic club held Its regularV

a( '1100. Easiest terms. tress Box Zl.. roteit lot for good car. Address Box January. i1S.! : -....... been a great success this season, meeting at the pavilion on Tuesday.
J-21-tfc SEAL) J. F. GARNER.: arrived to few the
a; Xcar._ I'r".. tfc. spend a days in
Clerk ot Circuit Court L. Huller. of Oldsmar was in artistically and financially. and there

FOR SALE:-Dandy., fins <-room bo_ W."NT.U-I..IU..n. exH-rl...nwd generalntercnandbw J. II. HANCOCK. Solicitor he city yesterday on business. City of Paints are several hundred patrons who will The. ladies had a food sale Friday '.'

, Lot 6Oxl&O. New and a* well built a* salocman wants work. Complaintant's
3. time dropping back
difficult
have p.-m. They are much
file In
Small A true copy on my office. a very appre
V be dona. East Fort Myers. VV
a-M-2tp.
can V -Mrs. -X Atkins, of Saint Louis.
payment down-balanos like rrnt.- Sernl- J, F. UAllNER.0rk -D. W. HendrUk. of Saint Peters- Into Ihe normal daily routine. The elated. V V
t Cii. ot Circuit Court. la here for a short visit.C. .
Inc. Phone
aol. RnUtr Company
S-ll tfc. LOST By }'lIIeeV..n.. Deputy Clerk >urg. has come,to look the city over. entertainment and Inspiration of

;: I J-S. IS. 1'. 2' : 3-, 12. n. 2S;-1OTI'E -% ...--.-- chautauqua week however will tide A great many people enjoyed the
! .
V FOR SALE:-t swarms of bees In stand. iiV1rr It your property with us If you want 0. APPLU'\TIO Hllt'MPE.rUL -G. C. Jacks. of Lexington Ky. EverettVclis.. of Oak Park over until the return of Redpath In chicken supper. lee cream and cakeat
Si.frni'noie Jlealty Company, Ill.[ arrived last for short
V '. ard hlvea. .,3 .1O." Inquire UM (tot.V Inc, "bone SL S-21-tfc. LlWIoL\1IOS! : Is here for a few weeks.A. night a 1926. the pavilion Saturday night the
tagestreet.V a-ZajStp. stay an.ong the palms.
LOST ;:Lemon and. white liver tIcked NOTICE Is .erei.yglven that the proceeds were for the benefit of the

I I> '.IUMr.male- Answers to name of Board of County CiommWalo..ra of I ee E. WILL of Indianapolis lad. -- FORT MVEKS IttIiOPittfltttI new Baptist church.
i FOR SALE Suburban nome and "LvIL" Please notify II. JL Sherwood. Tounty Florida will apply to the L>>&..- -Harry B. Harrison and party. of 'E\T'UE) V
A chicken farm.1' Kxtra good fiveroomV -24-3tp.. lature of the State of Florida at Us is hereto spend a few days.
tiouBS garage, ehk-ken houses;,"r brooder regular session in the year It1i. for Chicago are here looking Fort My- Rev. \.'. J. :Martin preached atcCstero
' bouse. One acre of ground lions fully LOST-On ..Ide".ikbcla; courthouse Siwoial Acts or LAWS of the Slate of ers over.
furnished. dome In and let us know 700.Bemlnole and Ford l'<'t1id"n.-.. lady's Mack and rtorlda affecting Lee County Florida Henry S. SmKh and K<1 IJ. Taylor (Continued from Page I) Suaday.II. .
f Realty \:onipeny. Inc. Z3v First while silk acarr Kinder return sins it. eitiz-ns and the action and duties -Mr. and Mrs. William Zellmel. of
to l>r. of Miami are here tn business.
t 'V tVreet.V V Z-Z7tfc. Stone. woond and Ilendry streets. Ie- of Ue Board of County Commissioners Punta Gorda. were here yesterday.Mrs. Tenor Solo (to be selected) Harry V
ward. >-: -1Ip. o( Lee County. Florida as follows I ---- K. bavidson. Pi Boardman has sold, some ofhis

I ,FOB road.SALE only: 1.184 three acres-of mile land out. on$150.oouawiy iracre. LOST-Large black opera glasses on. 1. : A Special Act of the Legislature -F. P. Smith of Kreeiuuat. 0.. is E. Caldwell. of Chicago. Is Pianologue. Mrs.. William C. grove to Laton M. Kfebiuaon of

V One-fifth cash., balance to suit &nl..1 boat & weeks ago alwut middle of Florida abolishing Bond Trustees of a new arrival in Fort Myers.A. Rarnes. I Gardenia Mass.. t before leaving for. .
I' pureh. er. i Semlnola NeatLy Company, of February howard If returned to the County of Let State,ot Florida and here for a short visit. i :lis home at Phelps N. J.
. -. ate First street. 1-2T lie. Press Office 3-26-2tc:! authorising and empowering the Board Talk. Why I Selected Fort :Myersas V

V of County Commlwiiowrs of Lee County. Verne of Macon. Ca. Is here Athletic Training Ground Till V
f FOR 8ALB-Pedigreed wire-haired ,Fan LOST-On* brow.and whit setter. Glp. Florida. to cause the funds and proceeds -Miss Mary Hanbury of Chicago. Chester
f terrier pupa, 1 months old. Two mates hear leg shows crook from old break. ef the County Bonds ot Lee County. for a day or two. V has brief 1934.! Connie Mack. Davis who has been V<
Fort for
.. IM.OO each (Ewo females (3S.OO ....h.'-Cy- Also one black and white male setter Florida. to be deposited in the County come to Myers a "Sweet Genevieve" msile quartet spending the winter here went along -
press Lodge} Naples. FlaJ 1-11-tfc. taller but slim. Each repositories of Lee County. Florida., in stay.
carries
t name of with him q
J. A. Ilendry of Arcadia In McDonald's to his home at Shiloh New V
V T. 1*. lay on collar. '.Notify.(Jay's LaUD the same manner and under th. same was Waltz "All Alone
FOR. SALr60 herB tract 1-1 mile front. dry. 3-IC-Ste. conditions and provisions that County the city yesterday. Florida 'Gators orchestra. Jersey.
.Sa.e on Naples Bay. Price 2i5.w per Funds are deposited. -W. F. Cooper. of Punta Cor da. is ; -
I '
I acre. Terms.If desired. Address R. B. 2. A .|.ecial art validating the levy for Song of Florida, "Suniland Plo

JMOrter Naples, Fla. -ll-ZO tp. FOUND the: :rear 1924 of taxes by the Board ot -R. S. Stone of Gardner,:Mass, Is here on business. :Mrs. William C. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Brigham who '
Commissioners
bounty ot. Lee County
t FOR SALE-or rent i acres all in Grove FOUND Florida. to pay the Interest and providea here for a brief sojourn. Violin Solo. "Souvenir," Drdla has been spending the winter at their V V ;
a full bearing with modem bungalow on --Card case and black bound V V -L. E. Rams helJ. of Chicago. is ...V
fund for
memo book. Identify and for this sinkins the retirement of .1. Professor Thomas H. Jones. home at Arroyal left last week for V. .
Kard road. miles front city limits. P laY .
J hundred '
ad Four thousand (t400.OOO.00)' dollars here to business.
\.1 Box MLf -l -tfc. at the pren Uffkw. ; 3-12-tf. of bonds Issued by the County of -James Van Laver. M. C. King andB. attending Fox Trot. -Eliza: ," McDonald's their home at Winthrop Mass.

POUND 14-.. State ot Florida for the purpose Florida "Caters orchestra. -
-Package containing Bradbart of Saint Petersburg
swltchf golf stock are
For Sale-One electric generator
of funding the outstanding bonds of the _
board and _batteries for private electric ings and ties. Identify .at fretm Office. various P|ecial Road and Bridge Districts in the city today. Charles B. Murphy, of Homestead Tenor Solo, "\t Dawning.'Cadmac The Ragsdale Realty Co. of Fort V ,::,

light plant. In good condition. Mrs.. 3-25-Stf.. of Lee County, Florida. and to authorise V Pa." I is a new arrival "In Fort i Rocco VerrLMedley Myers and Bonita Springs which. ban -
.
C. Garter Naples.246tn. .
Harvey V
the Bale itrf such bonds and. the '
V MISCELLANEOUS investment of puck proceeds of saUl -J. II. Tauton and Mr.:and Mrs. J Myers. : of Popular! Songs. Me charge ot the development of the V V

,VOR 8A US Large sIze cooking stove bonds that cannot be used for the fundIng Donald's Florida 'Cators, orchestra. BelLman Estero
i ,with warming oven and hot water coll. and retirement of such Special Itoad J. Flynn. of Sebring. are In Fort My- property consistingof
Excellent condition. A bargain. See Mr. EVERYONE. wants his own home. We and Bridge District Bonds In the hands ers'for a ahort visit. -Charles Oaks and S. V. Knight. Barcarolle Tales ot UoDman. Mrs I about iOU acres,, ia. rapidly gettingthe .
.Patch. UcOregor Boulevard. 3Z4Ztp.FOR call .11 you one a small Patient of who will not of Sarasota here today
i. ; Iowa and'balance like rent. Seminal owners surrender the ,, are ERie W. Henderson.V property in shape. Surveyors are

SALEL-lC yos caih..arJ.palr.o Realty Comjmny, .l c.' 23 vFlrst street.* same a. A until Special the maturity Act 'Of the'thereof.Legislatureamending P: IL Carr.. O. E ----- Bass Solo (to be selected), WIf- at work laying out streets and the
- - CIlrfor3 atdjD. "
.. ... of
narrow yeu can-buy1 a pair. 2-27-tt Chapter UlI! of the La..ot J. Guy Smith of Estero
was up liam S.'Creevey. plat is most attractive. Contract baa
.LOu'men's shoes at Tarolnosfan-Hrom.: Florida. Clifford of Portland 'MeJ. ,ate here V
SOT 33.110., Come quick': before> the pair Issold. FOR household: REPAIRS On furniture ax In Leo 1123.County.relating!"lorida.0 to Road. as protection to al> -- for a brief sojourn. .: r today attending to business. Other numbers. will be added a. been let for a mile of concrete aide

Malajstreet. 3-24. pair Shop OA utensils Short,Street go to.South, Wins of Ie-A. low a more liberal use Flortha.ot the public I .- V ---:;.:" V 1_ needed. walk]) and we learn the plans for the i '

8ALB logs and ties. Will C. 1........! Boulevard roads of Lee County. titan is V
Cypress J.
.TOR : 08Min&. East Fort II. Bond. of Galesburg. IlL beautiful hotel have
: ; been
allowed the approvedand
now by
law. C. ;
V i cut them or sol- standing. Clearing ":>,"* V 3-11-lUe present F. Smith and"John S. Taylor, -
\he land and must sell. Charles W. Kus.sell. Get the tar Done session by order this the of the 4th Board day ot In MarchW2J. 1'(>Cu-. of Largo have come to spend a few has arrived for a short stay. Builders Supply Co. the building>> will soon occupy V V

l* Leoti'BldCZI3tc view frora'my'hUrton .
) at Cax.aral
space in the Bonita
Springs
>as the fiuavt. thing In VJOHN weeks la the.city. \f park
all Florida ; Pearce
V I Chairman. Buys Property
V and E. MORRISL -G. E. DIroche of Belleville Can. V
,
FOR SALE Chevrolet Touring- Car. I one that will soon be the moat valu- grounds. :
C ',; 124. Fin condition--J2W.IH) .W. U. able. Good roads. Attest:
| Roy Watson. Ca :- I. F. GARNER Clerk. Is here, for an extended visit V
Sullivan 212 Garrett;Street' S-ii-ltn.., .mbu 3-24-Ctp. -L. M. Bargefield. of Saint Pet
Land has been purchased by A. H V
Mrs. L. M. Boomer of N.
V IV THE1 ClttCCIT COI'BT OF LEEouviry : ersburg. U Attending to business In Y city
FOR RENT Ten acres Day near opportunity beautiful ice (' "LOIt1D ... IX CHASCEKV Fort Myers. -R. E. Nostrand. of Baltimore Md. Draughon Jr.. for the erection of his wife of I. M. Boomer noted hotel
ulga. river
V way for $S.Zpe. Doak Aydetott and Dixie TuJla-High Aladdin A corporation Investment under ,the......laws....y. of has lately .arrived Jn the cfty. office and lumber sheds and the new man 'syho operates a chain of hotels

FOB: RENT 4 room unfurnished. house horns. Tenn. 1-23-10tl'o, State of Florida the -J. IL Hazlett and wife of .:. lumber company, of which Mr. with tjte Waldrof Astoria as headquarters V
f. In East. Fort .Uyers Apply Poinsettia V
Complainant -Mrs. Mary Kritzberger. of ElIzabethtown. Draughon is head has been christened -
,Cafe ..4-lt-tfc. NOTICE vs.. Quakertown. Pa, are making ForMyers ,, has purchased two beautiful
V V Herbert E. GageS If living and If YlsltMr. I'.., is here for a brie the "Builders Supply Company.'" of
& ,FOK REI.'T-H.. completely furnlahtied. Pursuant to Section Zt. Article J. of dead. the heirs devisees an extended pieces property fronting -on the!>
Very, desirable, location Apply Mcplahon the hereby ConMittion., .t Florida. NOTICE is other chairaants under,said granteesor Herbert sojourn. The company has pnrchase- north1 side of the Imperial river. .

Real Estate Office.254tp.. given that tbe undersigned In- B. Gage, deceased and Mrs.Herbert through Wingate and Draughon V V
f tomb to apply to the Legislature at Its .. D. Z. Thompson. of BlairsTllle -

V V 'FOR RENT'':''Furnished bedroom. UH oft tor next the regular session to be held this year dead. the E.heirs Gage.devisees It living gantees and or If Par, has come to visit Fort My- -W. E. Robertson of Arcadia. C. ,C. Pearce property on South Fowler If, is very gratifying to know that

j Garage. i iBoz: ICC.lire.. pffece 3-17-ttc. validating passagsf the creation a local of the or FORT special Mr act other claimants .under the said Mrs.. era. was here today- attending to business>> street This property ia 180x36; Bonita Springs has a situation sufficiently -

V Rite DRAINAGE DISTRICT. Herbert E. Gage deceased. V mater. feet and there are five houses onfiL attracti.e '
Including
ifOR RENT-Very "nice""rooms, byfweek the proceedings of the Circuit 7 Defentants. I to enlist the Interest

V: or month. 245 Lee St. 1-lCtfc Lee County Florida and the Court adminis of BUI to Quiet teem Title and K.CUUT* William Seas of Saint Peters I One of these will probably be COnverted and admiration of such people

tration of the said District Including the (loud Title Fort -Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Metes of into aa office building. .: discretion
IN TilE 'AJdE; OF THE STATE OF burg. Is here taking a look over V Of and judgment We
act of I
VV -.FOR RENT-Booms at ,. >..- ecowt I- .Pt. County* In its the officers matter and of the of *"alr the lIe Gage. and
V : the aid District.'Br' dead to the heirs devisees living grantees, or It I Wood Morgan of Chicago. are In the It lies near the.railroad tracks where erties will likely be converted Into
order 'of the''Board of .a
: ''FOR-F."(EarU RENT-Store aon ..at on_ Port Blake,1Ien street., WholeI John. Of'. aid DistrIct T V other E. Uage claimants deceased under and the}f..;.saId. Herbert herbert E. ":"John T. Brown W. F. Funk andJ. i city.: Mr. Meres is a large spouge the matter of putting in sidings will winter home for the purchaser, at DO

I sal*.Grocery:Company. '-" ..- 3-Wtfa.. !9Ji Dated this- ZSm day of l'ebruary.A.fl.- Gag It living and If dead. to the heirs. F. Evans of Sarasota. are here I operator They are relatives of Mrs be easily accomplished. distant day and we welcome -them

: '"'RENT-Furnished ,,A.. H-HGILLINGHAU.. Secretary devisees gaulee .or other claimants tin for a few days. i W. Stanley Hanson.T. It is expected to begin the work of in xtur midst. The sale was made
.FoR apartment aid District. der the said Mrs. Herbert E. Cage deceased

"." with private bath and garage. 253Royal ; ,Z-26; 3-5. 12. IS. 26. 42. t. 18. 21If : I erecting sheds and placing spa, throughout focal reajestate deaecsi
You, and each of you. are hereby required ;...Prof and Mrs. C. 'II. Greene p r Ralph Robinson, of the United tracks in a few days and the company W. & Home. Mr. Home has. also!
; Palm ave. 3-20-5tp to appear to the bill of complain
V THE COl'CIRCflT TT, FLUitlDA.a. COURT.OF LEE in the above entitled cause, at the officeof Arcadia are In the city .for a few States department of agriculture inhere expects to be ready for business. interested a party of gentlemen beaded -

;FOR RENT-Rooms b,..tiny or week. V the Clerk. of the Circuit Court of the days. i with County Agent W. R. Briggs before many weeks. V V by Laton M. Robinson of Gardner
,.;J .' Two blocks from Post Office 20C See- IN RB: PETITION OF CAROLINE County' of Lee. State of Florida, at the j i considering avocado problems. Mr. : ,
ODd street corner of arrett. 32ttfc..FOR FVNCK Court House in the City of Fort Myers.on Mass who has .bought some choice
: : FOR. LICENSE. V TO EECOIIE A. April 6th A. D. titS and hex-In tall -A. A. Mevonnan and F. P. Policy 'Robinson has just returned from the acreage property for development! aa
not under penalty prescribed by in l\IARC..o,8 ,
v4 RE..T-Until November 15. si FRRB 1)EAL.ERt V law.
.' rooms furnished bungalow Large NOTICE la hereby given that tbewderalgn which said bill of complaint there Is Involved of Louisville Kyi are here, fOE: a. .few i east coast where he has been. performing Mr. Robinson has spent several winters -

-4: ;'screenedporch.VV 1224 Monroe, V I street. .to .'. .Caroline E..,FUIIt"Ir. Intend* tate situated the following in Lee County described Florida.real es to- days. I like duties.: The Silver King's taking the' bait In Florida and has; investments
apply a.April 20th; U
o'clock ZS. .at tea ""t;.Tbe Northeast Quarter of Section Iq .otber, places, which jhs intends .
|n tne'forenoon or as soon thereafter Ten at. Marco. ,. .
RANTED ; as can be. beard. to the Judge of South 110); of Range In Township 25 East.Forty-five (45 -A. A. Mourray and C. W. Miller I -Mr. and Mrs..George 1. Bortz, of Six Tarpons have been landed I g closing-out and concentrating .bin Interests V

the Ida.'Circuit In'Chancery.at Court of-tho-LeeCounty.Court House.. Flor in .It publication is further be ordered that this orderof of Saint Petersburg are here on Pittsbnrg. Pa., who have been spending the past six day.,111: \'three guides and efforts ber. as both ha

.WANTED-Real good' common labor the City of Fort Myers. Florida. orwherever week for eight consecutive published: week once In each the business. the winter in Fort Myers will having a party out. -: and hIs associates .have concluded V
J. Men ,whe are ambitious and want to In the lth Judicial Circuit of r
the State Fort :Myers Press a newspaper published return to their home by way of Dan- ./Farmlcarn of that Bonita Springs offers a better
rwcrk. Apply ready for work at Everi. of Florida. the said Judge may In Lee County Florida. Wednesday X H. VElmira

i.glades.: Collier- nount:. Florida.-W. ; H. fee-found of.ifer.a licenselo> manage, take WITNESS MY HAND AND THE OF. -EL Caster, representative of the I yule, Va. where, they will visit .N. Y. landed.' a. ninety- ight field for growth and ..development.
titrown. V 1-4-tIc, charge aod control lice
: ; to. become,>a free dealer la every property respect.and of FICIAL Fort Myers.SEAL; Florida of said Court thin In the City Valentine Engravtag Company", U a I:r nda. They have enjoyed their pounder he was, guided by*Jim, Stevens Several of them are preparing to

; V WANTEI>-One twohorsewagon.. Must Dated this the 18th day of March. A. 4tk.AD. 1922. OD Febl'WLllCIrcuit business visitor today.' stay in the Clt'ifPa1ms-aD expect of Caxambas.: Thursday Mr. build homes here and become permanent .
be In good condition and cheap "for"cash. P. Uzs
l 2 W.. F. Mather*, Fort, Myers, Fla. CAR*>"*TB; E. FONCK ( Clerk Court Circuit Seal) Court J. P.Lee GARNER. I to return this falL Higgins of Auburn, K. Y was succeM- citizens associated with Mr. V

.21IfC --tt-21 1-1..1 V V '_ Florida. County -Capt. and Mrs. Collier of Marco. ful in landing .one weighing 110pounds. Skinner ot' Detroit Mich who Is V

i own----- .. Miles Warren. D. VC. are In town this week .to attend the -Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Milliard have Friday Mrs. a M Short contractor and builder.

{ cQdE! e. 'By StanleyVlJW.V STATE OF FLORIDA chautauqna.Miss i s. letter from-.thelr son Paul..Rollins landed one which Upped the scales :'_:

COUNTY- : OF LEG. 3> lege..tQdeDt.,-.' 'lDter Park, saying 'lArchibald Miss Hazel Va.-ney and Charlea .
I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing at 103 pounds. Saturdiy,
1 : J C.21, )1 Is a.:true and correct copy of the Virginia Mooney who ban he will be In Fort Myers for a week Green of Anbnra, -N. Ti caught one Morris ot W. Vs., were quietly married V
I'e. I I 1 :- j WT
V' originalOrder: of Publication made and end visit. Following his stay at SainPetersburg. the
V ARwARw4&se on. file la my.office in the above entitled been teaching at Naples for the season weighing 100 pounds. Sunday no Saturday night,by Rev. W.

cause.V. V V V left today LOT "ew York :'City.H. with Rollins college glee boats were out. Monday IQss Bertha J. Marlin at the Brides Uncle T.: J..

I Ie ? : WITNESS siykZn4 aid the neal et :'ub. He writes 'that'he is so homesick Moore. V .
% _ the Circuit Court of Lee County. Florida Calico landed one -weighing. 64 pounds
_4 this February 4thA.. D. 252.5. A. Hendry of Tampa formerly to see the old burg that he just and Mr. Higgins secured the- largest V f; f..

; : I (Circuit. V (Court Snail 3. GARNER. Of.Fort Myers will return Tampa eels that he connot stay away any he |L Spence Thomas was out from ,
erk Circuit Court Lee County. caught here this season weighed
j _eDym4-ral Florida. tomorrow after a shorj visit In j this l longer. IVMr. ," V .. 114 aye feet eight Inches In Fort Myers Sunday and Monday via- V '. V
; 4 LS l M 'ce se- Miles Warren was .
D. C
: -.- iting his uncle Harrold Thomas.
V
V I city. ,
.NOfl.I WTittaker.MHines A: Wbltalcer ; MrsT length.Mr. .
'W 'Mi-'. V Solicitors i for and T. R. Richardson '
4)n.e romi M.evce. Complainant.
f '- Mr. Tbomaala contemplation
V
V 4 %I. Ef V J-;>.' U. il IB and .and Mrs. Frank and Mrs Short were guided by
V V Ol PtaL : ; I-G. 12. IS. 2CS 4-1 IMra. HemphUl and -Mrs. Ibitson. lad son Mr.- .
'V 'v' MV'4SS-1.U .c TtQl IPV Capt. Dick Lawyer. Mr. Higgins and building on h proprtThere a soon. ,
have been spending V
1N TWELFTH JUDICIAL IJt.;- len yesterdaT'fot Richardson'Who
of
CIBCCIT Carlinsvllle havB-.haA Albert the R. R. material. '
Capt .
Miss Cullen cme. 1
COVKT LEE COCXTY. FLORIDA il winter the guests of Amos Bolick a ,
their home after spending a delight-
; 1' __ 15 CHASCJEKT.: Addison employed for the. past'two V V
Vt have returned to their ;
sad family .'
fid_ winter In Fort Myers. weeks in which they have caught Woman Joins *
j.
j .Mortgage/ Foreclosure. tomes in Mediaopolis, Iowa the> Society
1 .Abner'Ti Smith 'and Mra. Rose Haw- .' over 500 pounds of red fish nook.,
kias. Admlnistratrir of' the estate 0. whf :lie former 'is cashier of the Citizens .British Engineers
4j of Morgan Lewis, of Jewel fish and -whiporees.. .
:J etc.five saw ,'
; J C. Hawkins deceased. theirrtay
Complainants.Versus enjoyed
;tate .Bank. They
\ '. with his family.are spending the win For
out
% Only one party has failed. to hook LdXDOX. March 28.- the lirst
Alfred ARhyner and Ida, Rhyner. his ter here. has been.caUed home by i. here very much and were, pleas ,
time Hs formation ia the
"
wife.. Defendants. a Tarpon.
sit wltktbe city and climate.: j jBCTS an :
he Is witness.C. V
lawsuit in which a
: It Is benbden4 that the defendants Society, of Engineers elected ..
.. j Alfred A. Khyner and Ida Rhyner.: hlwife .
--t
wboat.adthes. Is <72 V Marion Ave, Gl\XT IS BELLE TUE ALLEGED. TAX: DOCOEBS NABBED a woman Miss Annette Abbary. -
: Arcadia ,
H. tuner of
,- .. Greene piano .
? : Pittsburgh Penn-. appears to the bill .f l leomplaint "" associate the '
l In this ease on or before Mon U registered at the Rlvervtew ---- r----: Fl o V .
day. April $tn. W2i,,'otherwise the same order as first NEW ,JIAVEJJ ona., March: 26.- orpnn. -
Mr. Greene will be\ln Fort,)&yeTsfOa Sending a money .
,' V writ be taken as nonfeseed.V '- .- JohnS'. McCarren:and James .1. Clifford Miss ,Ashbury was a munition V -:
Vu
for'two'lota"in Belle
.:: iIt V IS. further ordered t... notice be few days.M. payment .
V
j. published lathe Fort Myers Press a 'an Ji 'rold. the 8-foot giant with both of WasUngtoiL...are held.as worker. during the war.and vtthin
newspaper published' In 'said County fora today connection witb aa two years became head a department ,
.,. 1. period of Five consecutive weeks. Cooke of ChatUboocheecame 3Illie Clark's Broadway shows. tel fugitives: o

; Donend ordered this, th.. 4th day'of yesterday and this morning >f Us appreciation of the beaatleJ:'CJ! alleged conspiracy la Washington to where large sel were made. V
"
March.- 1)25. -willbi'dad'to defraud the.-government out'of large fo the big xoBSv front .dLfte!_
i : and states that be V
J_t" GARNER. took; charge of Mrs. Jamee_leene.VOl 'on Myers established
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit ot tues.ilellCiOUa the war sb a company ,
Court. come back next winter. sums
J ifThU >
V Saint James City who'recently was
V By MILES V which specialise in the manufacture
Vt TWD WVTh A PTIT WARKK.N.
V sold to 0or
V makes eight lots peor ,
esesi..? Deputy Clerk. pronounced Insane and took her to .'
w-) LOUIS A. HENDRY. here with cake and sherbet .-were a
: : *e V Sol for ComplX. Lh, /instItution .for the Insane la that ,ale who" were Crk1 -: V V mlDel p lel.a.a.
V
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IFTkRN00i. MARCH 2*.
I i EIGHT 1' THE FORT TITERS PRESS.!! Ton 3CTIB3. FIOEIDI:
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i protctlon. No laws should be enacted -
\ : BRIDGE PARTY be found along her coasts, constituting They're Teammates Again that will binder business er individual t
an Industry of great magnitude. IS COMING
IS ENJOYED In 'a word. Florida combinesas Initiative. Florida should THE SEABOARD '
'of older
profit by the mistakes states
other states does the attractions -'

1 Mrs. Henry Colqnitt. of Dean Psrlr no of climate and potential wealth.II' than whole-hearted she In industry.co-operation": "Sanity should and This was assured by the citizens of

was hosttas Wednesday afternoon at Thousands of people have com to

i a delightful bridge and lYe hundred the state on account of the healing ;:......- be tbe motto Premise In !Florida.Read Aid Fort Myers last night. Now watch i

party cbe.'I. honor of Miss Dorothy qualities of her climate ,or to escape i
i It shall be steadfast
I, Stevens of New York City. The the cold winters of the North my purpose us ?
grow
during my term as governor to labor
;. guests were Mr*. Irving Holmes.Mr discovered the opportunities offeredIn "
earnestly and determinedly In an effort'to -
*. U 4A- Grant Mrs- & C. Morton. this state returned home, disposed : '
Din' E. Mathews Mrs; H. Hump- of their interests and came backto : give the state a <:omplete system Business Main Street
of hard-surfaced better Property on
highways
t :t idge. Mrs. E. C. Hnmpldge. lira J. make their permanent home in the
schools, ,- to equalize the tax burden
IIf K. Martin; Mr*. 'A. J.: Ktag.i Miss land of sunshine flowers and golden \
4 '.:. au o'xjg, the people and to drain the 110 feet fronting .on main street with a depth of 158 ,1-2
tI '\ Dorothy .,Steven. Mrs Johnson; Mrs fruit. ,
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Qsallty Pros'srl Ewbrfelades.' There are many other feet. This lot Is right in the center of the business district<<: ,and
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'J. R. Allen Mn. J.: Coulter, MUs
t Rose Brown.. Mrs. Mary King Mrs. Florida products fruit, vegetables.etc. ,hingi Important that will' naturallyrlrlm a good buy, now has an income, and with small expense CaD'be'made

rr ;A* Went, Miss Maier Mrs. D. B. .. find sn Increasing demand in 1 .e A the attention of the Governor to pay from 15 to 20 per celt on the investment. The

,.' Smith., Mils Carrie Smith. Miss Mae northern m.rket.-not alone because ,1 %' but'these are to be the major objectives increase In the value of this property will make )'ou. money.

.: BellSck. r..p W. Bogart Mrs. A. they are grown at a season of the < for when you have given the Priced now at $50,000 dollars lens than the actual value' See

j 1 I Cavallie. and,Mrs E. Adams. year when the North is frozen but t people a system of 'bard roads connecting me and I will go over tbe details with you and. show. 'you' what.
because of their superior quality and country, town and village :
in
I Mrs. Allen won the first prlie .can be done.
I I bridge. Mrs. Mary King the second flavor.! provided proper educational advantages Another" good BusW l lot for sale In Eat: Fort Xyerv t
.. and Mrs. Went the third.In Improved standards of living have < for the children of all the P80- Boulevard with a depth of
66 feet frontage on Palm Beach \
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lie of tbe have completed
increased a demand for the products state
five hundred Mrs. Bumpldgej
120 This, lot is In the Business district of East Fort: 1
won the first prize Miss Dorothy of the State. Oranges, grapefruit 'he state's great drainage project,. feet. right
Stevens the second and Miss Maier (celery strawberries new Irish potatoes eY and at the same time properly dis- Myers and a good buy, do not wait until some one else gets I

the third. Miss Stevens also receivedthe are no longer considered delicacies tributed the burJen of taxation you this lot and say I wish I had bought it If interested I will be i

r guest prise.TBIJJSPOBTATIOJf. to be enjoyed by the well-to-do k' can be reasonably: sure that the foundation glad to show you this. It is large enough for three small stores. <\ j

alone but necessary to balance the for building this great commonwealth Don't walt Priced reasonable with reasonable terms. .

'- IS BIO family ration. The health value of has been laid Good 5 large lots with 140 feet frontage on McGregor Boulevardand
j roads make the consolidation of all j
PROBLEM CONFERENCE tOLD fruit is now recognized and recom- a5.t 300 feet deep 4 1-2 inch flow well on this property-that Is
dietitians the permanent and worthwhile progress.
doctors and
mended by .t
worth a great deal to the property. These lot's are located
world over.Another I have therefore nailed to the mast
(continued from page 1) in SUNSET VISTA act quick if you are interested. Price 1
of the ship of In
factor which operates to head state plain
of one class at the expense of anotherbut If interested In these
and terms on application. not properties t
Increase the demand for Florida view, the achievement'of these things
-- the beet plan for advancing all call around for I may have just what you are looking for. :
j products is the movement of population as the goal to be reached within the
the Interest '
Florida the state and
from village and to next four years.
country
\ :'of every individual citizen: in the a
I cities, where a backyard garden is ot May I lay special emphasis on the

I .. state. neither practical nor possible. It the matter of education for what will U :
I would not have temporarily laid
I, the state if It does untold E. J. BLOUNT
dwellers In tenement houses and congested profit gain
,4 Aside th .duties of office which<
my "
I. {1" \ quarters are to enjoy fresh riches, while the mass of its citizenswalk'in .
\ : 4 are'many particularly)
:', =, '. and pressing '
.. vegetables they must be sought In the path of ignorance.Those .
this time the Legislature U
at as
the markets of the city. As long as people who object to equalization !-1
;. soon to convene, and left Tallahassee No. 10 Patio de-Leon
I. ; this breaking up of the separate of taxes on the ground of the
jo attend this conference had I her
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homes and .the congregating of people constitutional one mill tax and the
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'. )Jleyed the scope of Its deliberations ..
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continues there will be an increased b : county constitutional ten mill tax
'. would be narrow and exclusive. The ...
demand for vegetables and their: heads In shame.
character ought to hang
high-mindednes of the
l and
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r fruits to be shipped in to the tier we nave Steve u'Nrtll. catcher 'r gentlemen who Initiated the move with tbe New Yuck Yankco. Some
lair together again y.irs
.
Certainly Florida has enougbt able and Inherent, right toan educa.rtion.
ment'and the representative men! O'Neill'and Ju.I'o.m.nlllte.. ou the Cleveland dub. A tradethen .
go. .
:<, ; from 'all parts of the state who are' cant lands If put in : cltle.1 took Junes to iloKtui,and thence to tty\ Yaukev Oddly C-UUUKD.. but It is_ the best, dividend paying ? e f

I sponsoring It constitute sufficient supply the nation with fresh O'Neill later followed. a .,malar route. Tbiaj reason: nods them va the investment that 'the state ran .
tables.. >al -Sieve and tiaiu. make. The difference betwen education 1
I ,4 guaranty of the high purposes that I wore team vow u ore _'r e"rw great t -
Transportation Is I'r8111.mOur
actuated the calling of the.meeUDI. and lllitracy Is the'difference
Praises Ceathnun. problem Is one. of transportation I products[ soil and climate in Florida ability to work out something concrete i between light and darkness.:

j and distribution. The demandfor I tq make it easy to write attractively I as each is successful in his own Gentlemen of the' conference you
', Ta Mr; Coachman, In whose mind
l the idea originated will belong the I our product. is not lacking. The I about every section of tbe state. Let I field and has the state's future pros- I have th opportunity to write the development .

major part of the credit for the bene- fact 'that millions of oranges rottedIn the state proclaim her glories to the i perity at heart. I am sure that the history of Florida. You Ge

will'accrue State the groves In the orange belt 'of world. There Is enough .romance j men I see assembled here will thinkin will have the co-operation of the
: fit that to the asa I
< 'conference.. South Florida: last "winter'is not dde and fact in the story to satisfy the .terms of the whole state and may and all progressive citizens
t i entirely to 'a congested and glutted ,desire of all who seek home,
new
a
aid to Join with him'alad those"asso therefore be expected to evolve an In this Important task.Stop a '
= market. This condition did exist In and new opportunities. Besides advertising
effective workable plan. I
e elated with him in arranging for the
some markets toa certain extent on the authority of the
: meeting and la urging your atteud- Good Roads :
but the primary cause lay in' an Inadequate state-would give tbe force:"and Night
story a
i ance. No program that leaves out of consideration : Coujhing
Conditions at this time' when Flor system of distribution and prestige that, cannot be otherwise obtained good roads, improved,

Ida Is Just entering upon an era of excessive freight and express although chambers or commerce school conditions, particularlyin ,our Simpl.i e Way
charges, which are 'largely a result : .
i prosperity unprecedented In the- history municipalities corporationsand rural districts, and legislation beae: )
of economic conditions growing out !; : Pea>>}e who ''an.J>en 8tiut., aa:
: = of *.ny. State, are most propitious, individuals are expending thousands -, ficlal to all interests and classes Gt l1 through in.; >p u> at niche and
of the war: and 1 might add to the .
loss
of dollars annually for this why ales
tort;holding such a conference 'The : our people can ,be expected to mgetwith weakening" hL-systems ana '
high cost of labor entering into theharvesting are
time.,is- Indeed auspicious and Incalculable I' purpose and with gratifying 'results. general approval or supportWe laying themselves open to dangeroaaInfections n
1 will done If only of the cron and getting it\ i There should be provision made for cart itsp their disueastngtrouble
good be should not look for too m.nch promptly by a. simpletreatment l
very
ready,,forshipment While ithese or- I \.
our'puns for development are broad; an Industrial survey of the state and legislation, ''however. Law can not Hundred who, havehardly.hsen ,

I I "constructive and far-sighted; It built anges the and ground grapefruit, millions were upon, decayingon millionsof by the state to determine' her natural supply the' Individual with Initiative, coughing have able !gotten to test th at Jr all., full for

on- a solid foundation 4.the1 structure. resources" They have never. but may hinder and discourage It. nlghl'a aleep the Very first Um they .
1)(00111. in the North Fast. West,. tried pt'
:will ,stand.Natur. and even in'the South yea thousands been explored and consequently,'. with Nettbtr can the Individual, escape his !The treatment ls based on a, i

; has done more than 'her In Florida were sitting down to the few exceptions exploited. At this responsibilities by attempting: to lay markable prescription known as Sr.Jtlel .

; pan for Florida. Blest'iwith a climate breakfast table'without fruit. Other time Mr. Richard H. Emonds of the them upon the'shoulders of government : -, : ; take Dtscoveryfoe e.>teaspoonfuT Coughs.A(

which for twelve months In the. factors may have operated to produce Manufacture ,.Record is writing I We may'have gone too far as night beFore retiring: and bold it la
year throat for IS or to seconds be-
I .year Is ,unexcelled by thai of any this unsatisfactory ''condition, some able editorials on the industr\;it l a nation in that direction alread"Ail Sore swallowing without following 5

other. country .In the world; favored but the absence a demand for our possibilities and development of our that the Individual or eorporatJOD has with a: double'water action.The. It prescription not only j

.b,.1 Ia.? more miles of seacoast than .fruits was not one of them. This state. I wish' to commend this idea Is entitled to Is'a chance to work out soothes and.hChla soreness .and Irri 1.925 Hart Schafincr & Marx ,",

I has any one of her sister, states; fruit came too high to the con'sumer. to-you gentlemen for your consideration !his" or its destiny unhampered and tattoo but It': quickly loosens and

with thousands of sparkling fresh When oranges are rotting on the while making a study of the best,, J unhindered with no more;jregulation removes are the the phlegm direct and cases congestionwhich of tIe Get. the. Suit You Want. and-_ *; *
"
-water lakes within her borders teem- and plan for the development of .Florl coughing. Tie result 18 that youvauallr .
ground in the groves one_ has to than necessary' to ''Insure that the aleep as soundly aa a babe as low as .j': : ,
lug with fish of the finest quality; extensive pay forty'and fifty cents a dozen onehundred' Tbe Legislature might with profit rights of other Individuals' corporations the Very flrct night.and the entire

forests, affording sportsmen : miles away there is something to the State consider the advisability' and society-will-not be-Infring: cough time. condition 50C&ID.; a;very short_

Inseason the finest opportunlties0for{ seriously wrong. of .providing for''such" survey, that ed upon. Men from' other- states with The prescription'1e highly recommended $25.00 '
hunting 'south of the Canadian .'tor'de for, coughs chest colds
Nation Must Aid the manufacturing; possibilities and capital and who are 'willing to Invest hoarseness and bronchitis, and ill .
,. and her valued natural resources' We shall never get-at the root of: the mineral resources 'of Florida it In developing the state should be wonderful for children' cough andspasmodic : Y .

1 of untold '.and Immeasurable constellatlon ,wealth: the* trouble until we attack.'the eco- might be known and ,given to the j glvea every encouragement 'and as- economical croup-no, too, aa the harmful dose I drugs* only Beautiful new suits styled for spring '''wear. /;

Florida is the gem In our "\ nomical problem of transportation country. lured that Investments miae-in legitimate one teaapoonfal. It Is on said at all : The kind ,,that will look good wear well and give 1

.. of. ..states. >and> distribution. This, nation will assembled good orugglataJUk for_ '
\ : ] The' men here have the enterprises will'be guaranteed you the?poise and satisfaction that 'come when

r t : ;""Tbe',State C.eperation of Florida leaded.needs only'the bare farmer.to and solve the the truck problem grower before can the be ----- DR .K > NCS5l'iaawS3 you ,know,your clothes have been well_ chosen.! ,. "

,application) of thoughtful endeavor assured that his occupation Is more:

4 and energetic co-operation op l the than a 'gamble; before the 'millionsof '2,500 ACRES >i The Heitman Clothing Co. .

.. |p.rt.of her citlvns to make her one consumers can feel a degree of .

K 'of the richest states In'the Union" and.'indeed" certainty that their -tables will be .. CoLTcriS Home. of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes, ,
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v. .. V the envy of the nation. Potentially supplied with '
; In season particularly,
: Land '
_, her position Is' unique. and'wonderfully the products of the farm orchard' and \ High .Prairie .

'- attractive. national grove. We as a nation In' our extremity _- on '; ; !iiiiiiiiiuiiiiuuiffiHiiiiiHiuimimimuiijiiiiuummiiiiiiimLET! 1 ) IIIIIIIIIIi1111111111111111f111lillli111111111n1111111111u! 1Il11I111111_ jj! '
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of .
Before the advent a .
k ; will have, to turn our eyes e.
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and Intrastate system. of 'railroads toward the development of watertransportation Railroad and Hard Road :

'and the establishing' of me.DIi. of and construction of : '. :<: <;:: t i iI'
waa'muck' mls- Perfectly suited for I. -
there .
.." .'_ communication ; hl highways- for the accommodation oftrticks' .. .- :
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fact
conception: about Florida. In in the transportation and dls- .' .
Colonization .
t 6'' until recent years most people In-.the tribution of good products.: is fol? purposes 'I' -- .... .. .. --

: United States believed the peninsular I Iy''' to' keeps on Increasing our citrus: <: '
S $16.CO acre ...'. .
per 2l.. :.
be Infeited 4J. .
state to a quagmire malarlally if 4
fruit acreage and garden acreage .
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r a -4he. habitat of the alligatocpoisonous the price or the products of the field <" j 1 =
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and the breeding .. W H. REYNOLDS
? reptiles ,and garden to the consumer is beyond :

I = ground for'the mosquito 'veritable the reaeh of his purse I have. ': -

t 5 death hole' to be shunned as' one timed citrus fruits and vegetables of 30 :Patio: d'Leo i ; .J l'

5. would a smallpox ward In ,a sanitorluta. Florida, to" Illustrate. Virginia bathe
truth Is the same beautiful !- .
l = The same experience with her apples ; ;
;; \ lakes with their pure crystal '!!!
California with her and
;, grapes HELP
: water, clear rivers bordered on either eantalonpesutherNorthwest with po II ,. ', '. JANELEE_ :; ,,, ;, 1 3I .

.. ;: sWe' by tropical and picturesque 'Is of
tatoes. etc.' *The> problem one .
-, scenery her extensive forests, her :: ': ; l i.
::t'. transportation"and distribution and -
: balmy}land health-giving climate existed You With Your :
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::I .0: is a national >problem> of gigantic pro- .
; st then as now. The coming of and = I =
portions* an economle question
,
.:=.:t" ;:. J .. Plant. Flagler and other men of large must be Attacked as such. It should Look Here Men!

,f1 t.. vision and generous capital was the be approached.','however,always in,a

:: !, .'. )Ita,.' that unlocked the door- to this spirit of fairness to the railroads and I EASTERSHOPPIN.G. ]

= ;' _, unexplored 'and uuunl'land of' IUDif to the, millions our citizens who '
: .pt for
most buy
: :: : : ). ,.shine and flowers., and now'we have have. invested. their money in railroad The you( can 1 .
r 3 '. ;;. /'a state.that Is attracting more atten- -
e. ,- 1 p securities.: -la '.o*her words,. there ; 4.- '" .
;:, :: ._'V s lion throughout the United "States should be noiattVmpt in:developing g : '
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= _': ,-. ,than any -.In the Union-a veritable water"and transportation to ,:.JANELEE'S'Personal Shopping is just what th .,name implies A de- .

paradise and a mine of :wealth.; VUJo impair and*-destroy motor\ railroads.What' t ., :: partment'conveniently." located. on the Sixth, Floor, In;-char e.of .an.eper--;'" "-: a !

:; t '; x't, .,, ., ,faith. confidence and indomita- is needed; Is j mot reduced v facilities, c"'' 7".0' 0' r fenced: :woman; shopper who will shop.for/you"as.: CMe ul1Y'; "'.if *yburrW'. '-', : :: !
brought it all about., $ ,. ""' .. ..:
::- ..:," :'h. }( '-- tie courage but greatly IDae.set faclllUei"wltllthat. c .1' ,.qwtem nts..were her owns ,
.
: ; PUr-Ma! Mere Tha Play CrenadJr : compeAupn. J ,-r. 1 l
-Y. healthy ; .necessaryto .
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<" .. ,. '..... zeta Many people"of 'recreation think.of-Floridaonly, :play and;; a economical* maqac ment' 'and, efficiency c -, -Write i 'JaneLee: for anything i She". 5viu'be''g-ad' to.t Jk7d ui Ifs:: ';
,s
Ii't'-t' terms- in operation.. .Prejudice and Xl you'tvish i she,will.nd samples! )o'co in and : ; '
place to_ which one may come to es narrow-mindedness'.should never r,,be \ 11assist, youln.

; '. :- ripe the'',bleat: rigorous 'winters of permitted to enter into the consideration A_ good \looking ': -lIte'Norlhor r lot the ,restoration off : = in the'store, or she will send' the firs "F ; :
: of of our Rational problms. rge for' ; .
Is"this and more any Genuine Crepe. 'rubber if know thejseryKie'iianeSrendersT :;' ( Leo.t- : i. .
f f lost health.'She : Florida 'should not It.ad'-sUII' and with :: merchandise itself you
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1 c t. ". however. 'W tbla her confines" ,is e just 'what want. :-this" is but another ,ekr : =
: wait for the development and completion rdin rip details for .Qo.. : you -
Tin soles. \ $
citrus traits y ; '
: produced' the ;finest of a ,satisfactory national, system ; also'qualified' :ample .of the, splendid. service \of "I' :
= ad-
everyYatl- Jane Lee 1 is to -
;t .' the world and'practlcall, 'of transportation:':'I h can .ln- lw *,, .
Haas : .
$ Brothers. '
she is pre :: : in matters of the ; : \, : ;
j ': klDeI of'vegetable; 'f Viae you fashion
A; sty or, Intrastate eonanmion by iateraaadevelopmentand '
; crease '
',- ;,'. i.I .-:"._. mier' inn> taV,' stores.seaIsland eot- bx increasing wsey correct materials-and trimmings V .> /* : >z'r

". :: ;.-' .'''i,..' ton,' phosphate. Fuller's eartkmaan, her population. The' attainment of Bootery( t *:and to" give you early information If.you'namejs: i not gar_Jane Lee' "
iC'o, : pine./ and 'ranks | s y
'of'
yellow
'tsetnre -'about and first
desirable accelerated sales
this end will be greatly, special .knowlmailing'Ust send 1
it in once
i:-.;/1 ,;., 'high In :the production :of tobaeco; 'aDd' = ; at 104e ;
: systematic -1
;; ; -' 'bJ' intelligent eofthenewthl1Kstoa ve. ,
.. and'lakes ld, fish in "Ilxdusiye.but\ not Expensive" = -- that.you-.nbe inform .
: constantly
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; : ;_: )jer'rivers :'advertising, :continuous, 'state 1_ 0 .
Abundance; while ;sea-foods otall, wide,:not local and intermittent:Her Patio de Leon 1t g ,There,is'a"p hone on her. desk if ed'ot? he ;,special i : ropportonities' . -

7-' : ,fcU4s' sad;= In',great quantity carer. to product;.:unexcelled climate" natural 1 .;*** _. ". 'Opposite'Alligator. -'lool' .': 4 4 ii 'r h you,wish.to-call heir' up t((4991))... presented by, this tQre.S i i
and F -
resources. 1 ti short her' many '. J.1 "'7.L, : "; 1
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Tfce .Preai, W Mt varied advantages should ,,be kept- pa r 'o-a .. = r- :, ', L -= l ..w:ii. i1,!." -:;;:' 1
the nation. ,
constantly- -- -- 'psrkty before'.et'Mdact( -:1'i: Co-,'!'- -_ ..... ..-- __ 1- __ .... .-.;, ..... ... F. 7., i;. .: :' : !IO ",

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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 26, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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\ ", 41ST; :YEAR-NO. 104 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 26. 1925 PRICE 5 CENTS



: (,. ,,1ERTATION. r I Legion Officer UNCOLN FAILS TO PASS "Babe Enjoyable Ruth Dance"Affair Real Beauty From Spain: I SEABOARD IS I t



t IDiP" LOWLY FORD ONSJREICOF'OER'SIgIAY: A dance In -honor of that renown I I II t i '.. ;

-i ". It; < PROM[ baseball hero. Babe Ruth, was en- .
: ; k) '; I joyed by a large crowd of dancing enthusiasts SAVED FOR
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't 1.. t.J J" :: : y and baseball fans last eve

', ;': > .: t1tIIfERENCE TOLD t o 1 ning.Much to the disappointment of aI. FORT MYERS

'; ,'. ,";,:,,,. EdNoa and llrttteae: Parties. IB.sptrt everyone Babe RUth could not attend
\ .t" "" 'f.. Rabbet Piastalio.a and as he had aa engagement which necessitated -

Ato-Frsrlda Development Body Told I Bird Life his leaving at once for k
\ Chamber *f Commerce
< Clearwater.The Gaaraateea to
/. V .O'V lU Task State's
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\ ; : (Reprinted from ye..tt'rday' sport music for the dancing was I, Make Up Amount ceded To
T .Chbf Executive Edition) j
h 'I" furnished by Fred McDonalds jazz Beach >>
Ii00,00 Mark
'=. '''1. { A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. orchestra. I
r' : Thomas A. Edison Mrs Potter. Harvey -
STATE :SURVEY IS NEEDED MR., WARFIELD NOTIFIED
S. Firestone R. A. Firestone M
; 1'11.- A. Mark Felber A. a Steger
.' GeverW Marta BelteraUa His Stand\ Cheeks. SOliS MARIMBA BAND
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t' and Capt.. }. Fred Menge left here Guarantors Show Faltk Ia Their FeUlew
,.Fair Goof Bead lad Tax *.. $' ;1 Friday morning in two Llncolns anda a Citizens; Money Must StOl'

,EqallkaUoa Ford,for a trip across the peninsu- Be liaised
CHAUTAUQUA FEATURE E

{ la.At I In Its effort to save Fort Myers the
LaBelle the party stopped and
2t'There: .. inspected Henry Ford's rubber plan- I: ignominy of having failed la its plan
I Ci AT to the
E k BIG TENT TONIGHT secure Seaboard Airline railroad
when oranges are rotting on the I tation and Mr. Cheek explained to
I ia the immediate future, the
(round I.! the groves of Florida and Mr. Edison' the new method of tap- 'of
ea chamber
on*: hat to pay forty and fifty cents ping rubber trees. After an inspection I : commerce last night
,, a dozes for this fruit one hundred } of the plantation the trip was MNs Helen. WBzeoner EntertainedVlI agreed to underwrite $25,000 of the
y continued TBot \ndienr With fund to secure the rights of way and
miles away, declared Governor John to Fisheating creek wherea > i'P"s'
.,. '. W.'Martin'on -an address here today picnic luncheon was enjoyed on the titter Morie ; terminals for the Seaboard. The underwriting
\.k_ tt before 'the' All-Florida Development bluff overlooking the waters of the 1t will be endorsed by a

'-: : conference! "It is folly" he declared. creek. Here numerous snapshotswere Chautauqua's closing event and' group of responsible citlxens and
to keep on' increasing our citrus made by members of the party. one of the principal attractions of business men of Fort Myers.' Thi*.

...r.iaere.c.. and garden acreage If the It sn EdKon Sees Birds I the entire week, will be tonight's I was agreed to last night at the moat

.price of the products of the fields. and The Edison party accompanied concert bv the Solis Marimba Band 1f enthusiastic and determined meeting

'. gardens to the consumer U beyondthe. Il ?i Hir $ their friends the Fires tones, as far It Is predicted that all attendance ,'';; + of citizens ever seen la Fort Myera.

.' ,reach of his purse. Other states. x'. aa Lakeport and Moore Haven Mr. records will be broken. With that ..h'lfli Many new and additional subscriptions

he added bate similar problems. Virginia i: ; "a.v s.,aro0... Edison is greatly interested in bird idea in mind the chautauqua management Yw c aea were secured, and If the people -
t' with her apples. California with t nzl4 : y. life and the numerous specimens increased their seating capacity present could have done It alone

her grapes and other products, and I!" ah"tr seen en route were greatly admiredby Thursday by 200 chairs. e, it is certain the money would have
: the Northwest the Tonight's starts at 8 been given at the
.-. with Its potatoes and If inventor The Edisons returned program meeting last Bight
grain." : to Fort Myers that night. o'clock. under the leadership of G. E. Spanish beauty which would to acclaimed beauty anywhere baa mad<< R. A. Henderson jr president 'of' the

t. Problem ef' Traafpertatfoa The remainder the party continued -, Solis. The- musicians of the day are (amouaorita ManuelU.de harry, daughter., of the Spanish ministerfprnsrl. chamber: of commerce presided and

-y' '"The. problem. continued the gov- the journey to Okechobe< I Central Americans, and the instruments 1w terade. JUgO SiavU.! ia a splendid talk told just what the
lame i e'; Barton, adjutant of ib eowe
\, crior. "is one of transportation and department of the American City where they had dinner used are among the largest on -- situation was, aDd, that the citizens

d distribution and Is a national problem jtgkm. has axxcpted the post of naional last Banning lord the American platfoim. Every type must act before morning His speechwas

gc; .. of gigantic proportions an economic adjutant tendered him by After getting on the Connor high. of music will be featured from FORT MYERS RAOIO 5,000 CHEER RUTH followed by a number ot other
I, Question and must be attacked Commander A. Drain. way the Ford driven by: Mr. Stege]r popular and comedy numbers to talks Among those urging action

'as:.such. It should be approached, with Capt Men 'e as passenger pre,- great overtures operatic selectionsand might be mentioned Walter O. Sheppard -

however always in the spirit of fairness ceeded the Lincoln driven by the, sacred melodies. For two hours PROGRAM FEATUREDAT DURING SHORT V VISITFORTIMRSPARK W W. Way Thos. H*. Phillips.
to the railroads and to the mll- Firestone party At one place Mr, the company will entertain and an John Gay Colonel J. W. Blending, J.
has of our citizens who hare invested ECONOMY IS MOrrO Steger stopped to ask Capt Meng 1 nouncement has been made that E. Foxworthy G. E. Hoemer AL C.

y,'\\';}heir }money in railroad lecurltle.n .." about some peculiar shrubs and liar. special requests will be honored. ME\ TONIGHT llliams and several others. Several
y, .' ., other 'words," he aald, "there vey Firestone got out of the Lincoln The marimba is an instrument of thousand dollars was subscribed at
should be no attempt in developing OF FLORIDA SAYS an<}, ame up to the smaller car Inquiring Aztec origin' and is capable of a : the meeting and wtt.h'Ua guarantee

,,:water and motor transportation to : -What kind of gear have, great variety>'of orchestral effects. of the chamber of 'commerce 1s
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;" .Impair or destroy railroads What II'' you In that }Ford anyway? Our The flute violin, piano, cornet-each Tampa Times Ie Broadcast lily ol f Bambino Fail, l t. Get lift in BaseBall thought that the plan will will not

'needed Is. not reduced facilities, but I STATETREASURER t.speedometer has been registering 43 can be well Imagined when the marImba I..IRI"rlM" at 7:30 Game Itralnst Milwaukee, Bat fail. However IT 13 UP TO THE

greatly! increased facilities with that sand 50( miles and we have been un Is played. The most' prOnounced O'clock Does Win .\]*|>Unse II PEOPLE OF FORT MYERS and those

healthy competition necessary to economical able to catch up with you*" effect however is that of interested in Fort Myers to com forward
: management and efficiency thalleuges. Other17 Skier Stales to 1NH Kabber Plantation the sonorous pipe\ organ. Radio fans ahoy! Tune in on the 87 JOHN J. OLAX with
right now additional aabscripjions >>-
jln: operation.' >, Dlli'rou'HI" State The trip was continued to Miami Wednesday 'double offering Tampa Times station WDAE at 730: I Philadelphia Newspaper; Correspondent! '
with Athleticst to protects the ebebetaro
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v e:," : Sagrwls Survey &! ?. mentTALLAHASSEE. Beach via West Palm Beach where I of the Irene SUklofsky-" Company and Q'clock tonight and here Fort .Myeja, __ _>:. ',:---A'. commerce and the. guarantors of the -
It ooveraor Martin said there should .. the.'night was spent. The nextidaytripsof'7nepectlon -a Elwood-X-: ,I.aUw8 a.jr at tHriller; radio- program whlch" will broadcast ;
:ta. Babe Ruth is now in Clearwater note. The chamber otflcaJa, tucked?
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: tie provUionTor( anlndaatrtalsggvey 1ByR\rAeoseatte.' P.. was made by It ia donblful' if Fort Myers ever; has to the world. not only a ,Cnefmusical
7. ... brida;J>y the state; to determine March 26.-' Messrs. Cheek. Menge and Steger to had,, the' opportunity of hearing such program of local talent but aJso Con- after spending most of last night mo- by a group ,of. l leading citizens: have

roO ; ;aataral'' resources which da has the most (economically administered the Deering estate at Bunea Vista a violin, artist as- Miss:,Stolofsky. Her nie Mack's reasons whY he flees the toring: there. Before the Babe departed not agreed t4"PIT the balance of.thesubscriptions
but have
ver Deea'explored\ and: consequently government of any staten where various rubber trees are growing Schnbert's TAve ,Marfar* touched the City of Palms and why be signed a he left: an indelible impressionon : guaranteed:
'. t': [with, :,few ,except Ions exploited f and the Union. in the.opinion of J, C,: and Mf. Cheek gathered data on, heart*- hords and brought a storm of ten year contract makia It 'the of- the minds of south Florida baseball that the people will do It The pep-
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pie Fort
4r the slate's resources are,known Lnning* state treasurer. I these. applause which led to.* doable en ficial Spring training quarters of the of Myers are not going e to
t 'atBpl.Bbould be taken to tell the This condition Is due. Mr. Luning I Monday a party composed of R. A. core. Likewise her bagpipe imitation Athletics fans as to whether he could hit fall down on a matter so vital to the

{world about them. This he thought said, to the entire absence of boardsor Firestone M. A. Cheek. Mark Fel was enthusiastically received. The Fort Myers party members or notDon't city The committees have been continued

.ahoald b* done,by the state itself be- commission, \ which,in other states : ber. Capt J, p;red Menge and A. C. Her associates Miss Alva Ostrom. of which will take part in tonight's blame ,the Babe for not slamming I and will be-glad to have year
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//canse "advertising on the authority are usually composed of men who receive -I Steger went to Chapman field the contralto and Miss Magdalen Mass- concert left for Tampa by motor today .a circuit clout against Milwaukee 'subscription for any amount that JOG
,:- !'ot, the state would\ give: the story a compensation. service government experimental plantation man. pianist were popular with i In It were. Prof. and Mrs. T H. can afford to clve.: Invert In this
Yesterday. The
.J? .i.*?c. ,tad prestige that can not be on. where rubber growing Is being;\ tried their"Tort Myers audience. 1 i I t Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Bert' Colteryahn, Bambino didn'tget I proposition to the limit It to good
T.:: ..otherwise. obtained litho chambers of In many stales, he declared 1here-1 out. Alfred Keys the' governments In presenting Elwood T. Bailey the Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Davison Mr. lurched a real at good wide ball to club and he for Fort Myers; and what makes

.. 'commerce municipalities corporations ons and other state I rubber expert at that point, showed lecturer of Wednesday night Super- and Mrs. J. B Parker. Mrs. EtfieHenderson. pitches hoping fora money for Fort; Myers makes money,
# '",and" Individuals are expending given to the Jurisdiction of the many different plants imported intendent Whitehead remarked that Miss Margaret Hender long hit. Consequently grounded for >ou. Coma on' and invest dolit

.thousands of dollars annually for this lions of salaried men... In Florida. among which Is a number of rubber he had told chautauqua patrons many son. Mrs W. C. Barnes. Mrs. Nettle i twice to the pitcher once to the today and let's be able to tell Mr.
'i' J..pdrpose with gratifying results." the board ot Commissioners of state trees of different varieties with wonderful things about the speaker Pearl Battey. Messrs James F. Pix-! second baseman and once he walked ) Warfield or his representativeswhen
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f*!H. reiterated his' stand for. good institutions, as well as other boards, which the government Is experiment- aad that he had told Mr. Bailey some ton. Rocco Verr!. R. D Liddell.. John ff they come down here wilhinja
treads; better schools, drainage of the are composed of members of the gov Ing. complimentary stories of Fort Myers Shoemaker. H. Brlnkerhoff.. Fred McDonald -I 1)idnl'Hate ( ha nee few days to look the proposed slt*.

s-:. 1 Everglades., and equalisation of taxes ernor's "cabinet" who are requiredby Inspect Sugar Pantatlon That[ his word was made good in both Bert Draughon, T. J. Evans. Had Ruth' been, in a regular league over that the money has all bj ,

." \* Text of Speech' *> law to give .part 'of their' time to After returning to Miami Beach the cases. was evidenced when an in- I The program according; to advance match he would' nave walked! four subscribed and that the faith ItC the j

(It.Tb., : text. .of. tbe.jGovernor's! address this kind of service."I party enjoyed a lunch served at Mr (Continued on Page 7)CACLE ) schedule, which is subject to change limes lie was toj anxious' to makean chamber of commerce officials and

follows:' challenge any state in the Firestone guest house. Mr. Fire- C Is as follows: I impression on the fans and consequently the business meta who_,endorse tae

f&Hr.. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Union." reiterated Mr. Luning. "whenUsay Btone and party remained at MiamiBeach LOCIE LEAVES Overture Thomas H. Jones orchestra. IUned.I chamber note, i is -not misplaced,. bajL i
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.All.Dnelopment"conference: where he has home' Ruth declared he was in good physical -
palatial
; that Florida has the most economically a i i that the people of Fort Myers alwaysdo
tfJ;am happy' to meet this group of conducted government. of and Capt. Menge and Mr. Steger 'returned Duet "Somewhere a Voice is Calling condition, despite the fact he their duty. Those who have sub
Tncle Louie" Wlnternltx. Fort
'toy fellow citizens, representing prae- any otthe. 'United States." to Fort Myers reaching here ." Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Bat toted around two Hundred and thirty 'scribed, have done well but there are
jtfcaUy( every"Interest of, Florida and last night Myers winter visitor! ani booster for tey pounds of flesh about his personHis many people who have not yet sub>> f

[whose coming together .14 lor the pur- MOON AND TIDESNew Enroute home they visited the many years leaves' Wednesday! for Piano Solo. Mrs. Ceo. F. Hayman. huge bulk was accentuated by the scribed, and the time to do it la ao,;. ;
''pose Discussing and considering the large sugar mill at Canal Point Miami where he will attend the .. Fox Trot "Honest and Truly" McDonalds combination suit he wore that was It must not be left up to those who
ibee" plan developing the state as Moon: 24th 9:03: a. m, which belongs >to the Florida Sugar Southern Master BakersconYentloL: Florida 'Gators orchestra. fitted to him by the expert hands of have guaranteed It. ? t

a lwlalle-aot one section;to the cllsY"'ntac" 'First Quarter: 2nd, 1:07: a. la- Products Company. This plant has a "Uncle Loule'sIkDl with camera "Love's Old Sweet Song." Mrs. Bat- Ira Thomas. |I This morning the directors of the p i

r 'of, .other aecttons---not for 1 I Full: 10th, 91: a. m. capacity of 50,000 to 60,000 tons per and brush have made his pictures of ,'ey and chorus Anyway, Ce: Athletics beat Mil chamber of commerce and tae Seaboard

.toe,purpose of promoting the welfare! Last! Quarter: 17th 12.22 p. m. crop but is now running at a 20,000 Florida popular "copy" for many of Talk. Fort Myers. Don. Ws WIlJ e. !I waukee. 5 to ', and that was the, mOlt committee met at the chambers

',: bA .(Continued; on Page 71 I ton per crop rate. A system of dykes the nation's best known magazines secretary Fort Myers chamber of I Important feature of the day. Five\ headquarters to discuss this
',... AT CRESCENT BEACH is under construction which will enable "Uncle Louie" expects to see a great commerce. I thousand fans cheered ,for the Bamboo 'matter and a telegram was
sent4byPresident
.1t BUT; I* BELLE TUB I Thursday :March 26tk the company to greatly increase change; in the city between now and Medley of Old Time Songs mixed "to knock 'er outta' the lot," but : Henderson to Mr. Warfield
., High Tides 10a.rn.aad 4:OS p.m. their It his return next falL His host of'riends I t
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!:j --- I output. is expected that this luartet I their cries were not heeded. him
elllng Just exactly what has
't:,Tw* New 'York men. Thomas P.. Low Tides 9.::4:1: a.m. aDd :16pm. will be made possible by next season. wish him a pleasant lummer.Ion't (Continued on Page tI I Bath Pleased '
I :been done. It ia expected that an an*
)iBrennaa'and Mitchell P.: Dugan."Haw. The return trip from Miami Beach I Ruth, said it was one. of the moat
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i ,ewer will soon be received, and that
March !:tla
Friday
'. through the J., B.. Cox agency; was made In seven and one-half !i eventful exhibition, games be bad
iparchaaed i two. ,lots in. Belle yue for, High: "tIdes: 4.53 a.m. and 4.43pm.: hours and Messrs. Menge and Steger ) Be "Wisher" on April 4th, i ever played.' In. Babe crossed the I will something be! started definite can as soon to be when announced. work
lO.lSajn.and 11:02
Tides : p.m.I
ittO; '&elL' Low say that they found the roads in good Work Now-Get Votes-Win the Essex 1{ welcoming delegation of Messers., Harrah for the chamber of commerce .
shape with the exception of one bad 1I Boyd Richard and Connie Mack by
I i and the citizens of vision who.
'fiir i' : Service Flyers Depict Trade stretch. ,arriving by motor, instead of .coming i are doing all they can to make, tntf
I I. The campaign is swiftly coming to AiyearublKription gets exactlyf25,00Evotes on the noon train. '
I one of the leading cities: of Florida.
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tS In Colorful Slang All Their Own WORK STARTED, a close. After today there are only this week and costs $.10 While the committee: was anxiously I Those who) have not yet. subscribed
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.I while: $30 In 1-year subscriptions is the train. Ruth rest-
searching was
ON MORGAN HOTEL i seven working days before the cam ) or who want to make. a fartnerJta! e evestment
E; : -- only worth S5.000 votes You cast:;
&JWA8HINGTON, March 2 I. The down" ia to land, but when the flier : palp'w111 come to a close. Your op- easily see that 1.it isnt money that Arriv-ing, should see some member

t fanny, air: service upon 'which the. tries' to- run: parellel ;to the ground! Sand and brick were unloaded at portunity to get votes from your will win the car but it Is getting in''' sent to his suite. After priming himself of the committee the or leave of thin, subscription
at chamber commerce
z- ,, beyond the conventional: landing 1 the Morgan hotel today and the workof friends will then be' passed beyond the large subscriptions. Try and : be left for the Kiwanis luncheon
'. ...' ssional spotlight has recently height and falls a few feet in his Intentional -, building foundations has begun. I rooms or at the Lee County- Bank'or
recall I(see all' your friends and make them ate heartily made a peppy speech '
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lt"I! brilliancy, has developed descent to 'mother earth he The hotel will be made a three at the-Bank of Fdtt Myers.And U
ul t storybuilding From DOw until Saturday: each contestant chip in and. help you with a nice Ions and led the motor parade to the ballpark '
.' ,diriYou..r7' air its'own.KVJJAa .. Is said "to pancake"A and will extend to the Stout has plenty ot time to hu' .d i term subscription for the Press and : now <
:c 'air'service officer who cant fly "hlalO," is a training plane equipped building on the east and. Dean' street up her standing with the extra TO'.e"l when the Judges .award the prizes j Joe Hanser waa the outstanding *" B """-mM"""" "" *- ,

*!iii*,. popularly known as a "keewee," with a Hlspano-Sulxa motor. A1 I ,the west Uoless some of them do so theY will I when the, votes are tabulated you -willknow batting hero and not Ruth. Joe made World Aviators May !
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;1' J s" m the"Arctic bird with undevelopwinga,1Wh Jenny" is a. training plane of the I The remodeled structure will run'' :never be winners. The ,campaign IsI I that you are getting a prize I I single! a double and a triple and Visit U. S. w' 19t7WASHINGTON.
:. ,,'. f .n on* becomes'eonfns- J\ type. To "take off" la to get into I back to the proposed new Bay full of pep and most of the contestants -! worth your time and consideration'a i' clubbing batted In six
runs.
s', -i 1 "fa conversation, he is referred to the air and "hop" is a short flightA i street on the north.. There*will be are growing more interested Stop''! Look Listen Don keep :I The ,March Si.-A' monster
'? ,f 1 11 I belay In !a "naf\ P'B-' '* "Ground :"barrel: roll is 'a complete revolution -! eight mercantile rooms ia ,the building each day; All are striving for the waiting to start to work on this big pitching, was first class ex air' exposition, attended by'prom.
the eight and ninth
',. <.,-. '! denotes conversation eoncern1ag. : lengthwise. "To zoom*;means to : large lobbies, sun parlors etc.. beautiful Essex that will have a new offer for it Is nearly over Saturday -Kept round_ performance :I peat world: airmen, wilt be heldjjia.: ,
';. i .",When a speaker at a ban- cUmb. very sharply for a short period : It is expected to be ready for use by owner on April'4th. Why not make 'U the day the 50,000 extra vote i of Lefty Groves the $100. the :United States in 1927. If the present

: *orates: at. undue length, an air A "sausage"is a 'smalt dirigible the beginning of the next tourist sea that one yourself and stop thinkingyou offer is over. and it Is absolutely the COO beauty Lefty burst'' ,a small program of the National Aeronautic
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iceklat;to him to "land" I*' toice' o* balloon. son. t cant win' itt The first grand biggest and best for the final daysof blood \'f..ll. hU third. finger: of. his. Association materializes 'tU

two matches to form a T, rep- To come to the' more scientific prize Is worth exactly $1.080 here.,in this drive'Votes.. votes, votes pitching hud'JIM coaH hardly control 'association la,the American repreaeautive ;

.: '. eatatlve -of"a plane" outlines. terms an "airplane"-ia sustained by THE WEATHER {Fort 'Myers 'and anyone who gets it, wilt' win the Essex and you most get the ball ia the last two }innings. I of the international organisation

t ,' Ceiling"' la ;the highest. point, an dynamic' action, whereas an "aero I will have a car that has never been Iota of them. There Is a field ,of The fans got nervous, when, the which holds lit convention tw.j .

... reach;, depending. oa Us stat" is an airship or balloon filled 21' Highest temperature, 1 1 out of the garage since arriving 1 In about fourteen workers who have 'iErrwers had man on second two j year at Prague September 13-M.

% *. aDd,:. the '*lr .,density with iaa" lighter' than air. The army yesterday .......SIj!the city Almost anyone In Fort My their heart set on' winning either the font Jtod wrr ftitro.: behind.Bnnnv i Next year the aviators probably wBl

,1 ,' .e. Qt"', U the army aviator's air servlce'has not 'developed the I Lowest temperature i]ers,, whether they,are in the contest Essex or Ford and U TOil want., : n-vf. 'heir: bome run slugger I meet at harea&U4.a; mora.U:already

'';, .. ..jor:getting 0 killed,,. and "ornithopter" which bird-like, naps last DlghL..6 or' not would love to.:win It and if either you must step lively: until the wag at bat frl"f" connected with a I afoot to have the fit CO&VSB-.

:. ... ;.,p"."means a wrecked plane. its' wings to aid the machlne'a flight, Rainfall 2,4 hn;. tot t I It they conld place themselves' in the close |Groves plt.h4 drove the: ball toderp lion held:la :Washi *toB.. |If 6

.. ,,';. :'" .R tae pilot might not be dead considering this type not suited to a. nC ........ {same position aad have the standing: Look nice your' vote standing and right firM: TweJ Y" countries are afaUaajrf
7 U 'aneadearing'term'thatHershave: service;needs. It U, Interested in .the Wind, ,direction ..-E-.that some of the, workers' have no tact: I if you think It will be nude safer|I With, till jrra k At the bat. Miller, with the.International fe4eratlon4ttdndiBg -

.. ; ; for ,all. anti-aircraft development of the ""helicopter.' capable -,' Wind ,vet, mile.6! ,doubt- ,,would- .. make- .some- effort. 'to. w&x 'by getting a',few more, to brace 1.U1tp wh'rled! act: chasm the sphere. He 'many' of the:8eta AmerlBMi

; t", J. -. of rising vertically, a thrust Sky .,........ Clear It. : "Remember ,only two days BOW dived after the ball: 'picked I;, np. an republic*. About 140 letters ia 'aw-+ :
r particular 4 siga- ot,.airctartaa of itt.propeller..A"glider.' which U Barometer ,-..300l: Get busy'. all 'of you; and U. you until the dose of this biggest offer inch of the ground and saved the; ion asaanyatteaul Me. 'eonre } L

:' ,a.:"Job.Uae'propeller\ airplane without a motor, such.as, .,;'::0' have any friends make, them assist i land only seven. days, until the Ben: game Previous gat&eriew'ot'tlltt"1,4. -

.......' tae; "propJt:.: 'Give: *er the Wright brothers!first learned ,toby For Florida Fair tonight and Trl- rOil by giving yoa' ,a.)big ,subscription 'feral.wln -up. lake your;time worth Then the tans started for, home have been held at ,...; 'LeexJon; "

the army. .a* ;-moderate. east, t ;southeast -for this Is the week that a subscription {f$1.064 the rest of*the :campaign and eatlaffied1,11th everything; uTe that drill Rome. Munich, l rUs .,

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/ BUN-cITY.IS"NEW' 1 : DEVELOPMENT -- .Duffield Advocates Better Homes Wide.Range IsCovered Program I


1III) I ; !ON UlkLE-, UNATEE. -IY.ER.It 'I : '., t As Best F Curb for Social Unrest I! Offered for Woman's Voters
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7 I -. is jignlflcant that the new de* ul.-. aa any man in It. with- few -ei- .
1L TjlopmenCfln i ISt &tl'eYanltee.llver. epttona.. I And Urges Help to Provide Them 'I| RICHMOND Va., March 26.-The .qualified persons on the board- of i

"frWwtTibetwefii'jTainpa and Braden- For the past two rears I have been \proposed program of work for the'.education." !

ion....-th .j aJ...fter.f.travel.-, IJ n an official capacity with, ,Corals! National League of Women Voters I j The measures outlined on the pro- 1
iablea J; an undertaking which I contder -]'
'::' b* known aaBea; Cttj. ..1aota1 nhaTebehla I, a 'monument to the future f" carries as one of its principal recom- !,gram of work for the committee' on :--t
;t': *'It:'nch: f*'TTMaiBeBt'PwUan|' J Florida and' if Is with a' vUion that( mentiationa the outlawry of war and |the legal status f women range-from f
'\ 1i a'J.. H. Heyer;; f Mlajmt lad.bean: Impregnated In my heart by iaRa .its abolition as legalized institution.It t!the removal of ail common>law dls'J;
1 '!It! :SFwYOvar4.: yetV'ifr'.M.yeVaad: )( hi 1 wonderful development .of Mia will be submitted to the annual([abilities of married women, to a plea -
;;hf. associate. Lave beVlaTeBUiatlag'the -r---- that women voters be "Adequately
nl and Coral Gables that I bare signed 'convention here April 16-22. I (
realty .a1 tlo..lalthta'au.J .' with a -a contract and hope to give the I I The tentative program a comprehensive -{represented at altpartyconventions' ;
", vtew of u&Ibsa-fc9:; ; .ti and-distinct I lame.I.lon to the West coast .of outline covering all phases of I and en all partisan committees and
\ departure.frolD.U1.:accepted vogue la ]Florida I the, league's activities, is now being(:boards elected by the voters."
Ji! ;;' .e.Ub8,klag *nd (developing a new 'sent out for consideration and dis-1 I The development .of MII.des'Shoals
if coam l&y.i Choice r haa alien upon < cussion by state and local leagaes.''as a national asset through,leglsla-
t, the ..West coast-aad eat of the magte M ISERABLE! .It includes two new federal recommendations -;lion which will provide *Wide and
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: : .. ,taJM utilized '(or community 1 Everybody wben the first being "supportof 'economical distribution of electrical
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greswth.w1U ,itk > aotloa *letUdpstrj. r 'stomach 'and 'liver' ,are resolutions permitting United power. one -
t. .k .. .JUaUriag (that {this .comqt I oat of order. States official representation in the nn the program outlined for the'
: ytaratlvely'newibaalseaj3as., done for 1 disarmanent conference when called ;committee. ;
... California Mr, _Meyer haa'signed aextract Dyspepsia,indigestion bilious- "
of Nations. The second -
the League
'. oeas.conatipation and laiineas. EDWARD Dr 1 j Eby ,
'; vvith t_* w.P By.that "has quickly removed withChamberlain's DUFFIELD. [ calls for "support of measures' ,
; \ {. parchaaed the 'Und which to
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.:- CQBif,rvct the AoUoo:'jklctora.atudioa. Tablets r j manent Court of International Jus-

:' ,;-. 'and,with Jbe- motion picture! '.people Take two.tonigbtLtd you-wiU: fed l UTU.'MINN". I|:tice and providing for the codification Ilof i
: themMln..ror.tb.; making a num-
; good tomorrow. CO for 25 ce.tta.SeM.o.twolrs PJ CHESTER ++" '' international law"; also measures j,
s'4 NQ.-ad,tp.o.t. pIctueega. lilori. ; .1 A w tlO its abolition as a legalized Institulion. :;
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'I: ;" .fttPlaaa art now in'full swing.. toward : Appointment of women to posi- |
; *ti..*iauMdlato ,.aabdlvlsion& -developitaaat wus. tions in the national state and local 'I
,, and. markatiag of t'...ou haa- K governments this year is supplemented -
;-'::' .lredaer s.aore.or Jess,, ..rroaa4 1 by the plea for their placement on
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; ik.* 1t4Ioe..Au CaaaUy.aaa aurpaasfd commissions and other bodies baying Goby's *
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allpa.t.sfforta.b-tDe.beauty of international representation.
.:,.t'. 1 be Jayiag,,mt! o.ueeu.1.PUk. and .eaa,1Hay MOOERNT HOMES And. THEIR SPONSOR + While a holdover on the program J3e care } what you
t' .:'; .Yatenraya,...aad.the.luxuriant foliage ."ui ITS.a help to.d1. I from last year urges ratification of I do r break it,uplYour -

\t .. Nanr o* to*>>tnIrtyU1be preserved .e r..d'.'__er More and better home In Amert- by year, for the man who wantsto i grace the cae.. of this 'the child labor amendment an addition -,. Physician has often told you
>1;-.- ;.*.m cb jaa jeaaibl z.l.aC'1Rou... build a home to do mo. We are country and substitute therefore this year urges legislation to that a well regulated movement of the
1 f :MriVleyer. .haa' esUbUsked head- sai.feCt4e'I a.To make it easier for the upright going to try and see whether we decent housing facilities. I say that t bring state child labor laws up to a !; Jwwebi.is the first step in breaking
'qurt..1II UiBradaatoiliwtth' : ,temVoraryiOtUclocated.at.20 ::jnericajt citizen to own his home. can develop a system under whichwe I the Prudential ought to get back reasonable: age education and physical op a Cold
1- I Wt1a'+a atts.m.I These are two cardinal and ImiUing can make loans during the, of every such, movement. And 7 j standard. I, Bat don't f lye I Baby Castor Oil or
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( ih.dNaMtttrdJaat of construction with, that of the missions any
principle of prominent mend processes say one of this would I
The committee on education act and gripe. Just give Dr. Mor.fett' -
street wTampa.Penaanent .J- M t women seeking to improve safety. We are going to try to company of ours Is to make America I .
Trethina while waitingfor
;Md9Dlr'tara" Ja,'l'ampa..W..opu. :--. louaingconditions to the United make it easy for the honest, upright a better America, and you can be given; the task of urging "adequate doctor to come.yon are.
*d I in.aj....i9/t.ta>kMpla((with-the Katea. American citizen who want I not do anything, in my opinion financing of the federal departmentof Tcethina your is a Plr7 eiaD'. prescrl1 ;?-
I .;1 QnIt...;(*f i the undertaking. "One of the greatest sources: of some help in order to build a home.I that will more surely aid in this ,education and of public schools In 1 tion. especially used during the tecthin -
? .* > +eclat discontent la that of improp- We are going to make it just as direction than to give people decent the District of Columbia as well as ? pt tloL 'It acts gently bat thor-
difatngiaat.rvtewe0.( Mr. had
\'- f.; ;\ Meyer ir and unsanitary housing -which easy for that man as we can places in which to live.' You federal aid to states under the public ougUr. and minions of mothers knowits
f; .u..CIUo.aa..t.toa' : u for ;aura in our large cities." la the having due regard to the fact 40.1 cannot expect, a decent citizenry It research." prlMlnsvalae in helping. to
school system Once, have
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ts3bepraa: ontentlon of Edward IX Duffleld. we are the trustees of you are going to house them WIder break up Baby's yea
t ;!Itil....with-a. itrpBffMllnc of re- president of the Prudential Insurance people's money. I conditions which: do exist, I Another addition to the work of I' used hea it you will always keep Teethinaon
i! ;Dt tbatr jerer..t';; bnalnesa and Company, which organization Mr. puffleld has caned upon the regret to soy in some of the larger this committee under the state legislative SEND FOR USEFUL
"peraonal aaaoelatlon* .%: itl !acting tilt relieved the housing 20.000 field men of the Prudentialto cities of our country. We may not section is the plea for "equal1iaation I FREE! fiooUet About BabU
.. J Miami. ihortat by making loans on dwellings get behind every instrumentality be able to aid them all. They maybe of the financial burden by apportionment -j' .
;*ke MOFFFTT co. COLUMBUS. OA."Hds
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terUr thelaat 14 yean I have and apartment covering designed to create homes. In this based UPOD.&D unsound.financial of state school funds; according -j;
.4. M a a:aenvber. of the Miami chamber property accomodaxlng IS.1'1 I famtlica. regard be says: scheme. They may uneconomic.. to community: need and effort I
i W-commerce -and ui charter'member ,- Above are three homea made "11 seems to me we should give But I want to say here and now TEETHINA
.of;JJae:Mfam.. Heal Eatate,board I possible through this policy. consideration to the fact that thereare that the spirit is here to aid those to maintain good educational I I
I' .|* Ltbatil| kave-given'as.much'time "We are trying our beat 19 meet Instrumentalities and agencies enterprises where it can be .done standards: and "the equalization of 2.v Better.Babies
;, f h ifcd..ttort.t0iibs. ire trying to make It easier year out the slums that DOW dis: policyholdera." .. :
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: : :* 50,000 vote offer IS the biggest of- .

f J '. ;. ... .. ''fer,of. the campaign and its close is Saturday of this

'g i :", .' week. Remember, contestants, 50,000 extra votes are '- I, ,

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:': is -. -' -- : ; '' .1. : ::1 week. The ',vote standing''.is. very:.; .close ..and..Ju.st.1Ig. ? : .' : '

t't: :. :: ,bunch. of large and small subscriptions will i 'put; most Sykes&Hill; \ Motor &CO. f!

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''' J ;WILL THE JUDGES ANNOUNCE YOU A WINNER

R t :\ > VTWrd: Prize T' JR..31tPwrckased :y: when the! judges announce the winner of-the>Essex4will : 'L.- .\ ..' } ;:! :

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tr' '>-n-f< J The winner of the .Essex will have done a wonderful :" -- :Fourth.. -. Fifth' -. and-. Sixth iPri, e.s, ,If

; ,from : :.- t.' .>: task'by winning-over'such a field of hustlers arid."an ; ',' .CASH-- < ; o "

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'i1IJIt <__ Will 'Win i .-. '.J' Subscriptions! Make "UntilRace; .' will.

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=t j t fled, atandua.trees; was' fully tilt' fee; .MOTHERS! I I -
RESIST JUST ELEVEN DAYS UNTIL ONE.'OF"IIIrCA1\"DIDATES' .
(high and 15 feet in circumference. Ku KTux Klan Kidded Watch for symptoms of worms In
THE ESSEX
WILL BE THE:WINNER OF.
| Gomm has written the secretary of your children. These parasites are
: f ONE. OF THEM TODAY __ ,
the -suggesting-that'the- the great destroyers: of child life. If HELP
: N ADWlNDSAND RAIN j,ibe. made. .a .national park.Colored you: hare reason to think your child Miss Daisr Albritton .439,5O0- VOTES '

i has worn, act quickly Give the ... VOTES
:Mks.MargaretBondura.\ lt.._ .. -.- .537,200
t little .one a dose or two of 'White'strrsam ex-i Mrs.. Alice Bailey: .-. -.'. ...... .... 12,000, VOTES :;
trE. TONOPAH. Neb.. March 26.-That ,''Giils'Basket' '' '..sirhere Yenalfuge.this time-Worms trled cannot :Miss: Ava Barfield, Caxambas _..........__.630,000.< ) VOTES
.., there I Is a petrified forest, one of 1- fu! rte by! Is used. It chives and WCC'eS&i oat the j I| Miss\ Irene Dcnham .',.. ._ ... -.. .,.605'.500-VOTES;:
;c the' most. beautiful In the country, Ball Teams to MeetThe y.KK f ; worms and restores the rosy hue of 1 Miss Hilda Golden ., ... . 6' 578,100 VOTES .-
, ; withtir ff miles Tonopah.. la a fact"of r k health to baby cheeks. Price SSc,: Mrs. Edna Prince Gooden .4I6OWT VOTES'
;':.= generally known. More than 103 Sold by EnDs Pharmacy. I Mrs. Neill D. Johnson ....,.447,000 VOTES
r;.:;j. petrified'trees aa are'atlll'atabding. Just girls basket ball' team of the ---- --'- :Miss Vcrdie Langford : .. 596.600 TOTES
" -. been they written grew about originally. Little has!Howard academy or Ocala will meet' Ii)4 ; j Mrs; J. F. Tatum .581,300; TOTES
this forest'on INEYES
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of Its the girls tram, of"Williams academy Mi< s Nellie Williford .. 514,600'-VOTES
. inaccessibility.The on the campus here Friday afterJnoon. *. i y 1 By ncgkrt: ; they get red and sere ard j j Miss Eloise Williams Punta, Gorda .470, 00"VOTES-
anlqu forest covers several 1 ., March: : you let them go. Don't da it -
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"' hundred acres. The ground, II'strewn The Williams LconardTs Coldca Eye Loton: cures !! (Subject To Correction) ...
J 'academy
j team has
r;,,,":' with the foaslllzed bones of animal, LJ& soreness withont: > rain in one day. *
one of the fastest girls .
teams in the
t and here Cools heels and strengthens! : Insist I .
and there are small caves. state and the Howard aggregation Is islets tttMter bad brat .sport to burlesquing {hr American KM ICius havir.gkonardi's"
on -it make:
The entrance to the forest 1 I. elan the annum cairUvaJ at Milan. Student of the PRESS WANT ADVERTISEJVIENTSRAY'THE
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through by no .
m S1ls'sJW( : A"fart; clean and itrou?c wi. At all drugpsU.;; |
t. A small, canyon which widen Into .arlTer' Ciiufr">t dir** rQ tn wait robe. found *mt ue for the "IT" tofcjikluc -
. square game is predicted to which j -
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' one William'somewhat of the Grand Canyon I' Invited. Miss Nixon of Kiasiramee -' -, .-. -- .----.. ,
Gomm of Tonopah. with ,
will referee the contest: < 1'a'a'
a part; recently visited'the scene of I i A literary program will bo given Baby Market I r ,
bones .and teeth of enormous -..ize.f .I''at '
night to which the public is Insited ,' i
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\V r charged lor u infants/ houses when Fort Press "* '
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livering and 'other necessary items, l ''Ii local .newspaper, .which read."Adoption. I 1I Job Rooms ,, 1' : )
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t we-can offer our, 'groceries'for less, unfortunate girls. Babies adopted. nr is very mud ill rogue es a trimming : .2
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a tatter formal type. For the latter I :
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;'" I fakes, ,inset bands,flowers,etc. It is a little better you are / ; t tI

: Nuderwoods, Sardines in-oil';; ;; .15 f sonieiimcs; dyed the,beige to match blond the and dress string csptxlalltin : ,

: Candyams No. 2-1-2, ., ,19 shaded !2UIyntnx dul ;vrljo! has in had Paris an,taor- "
> .y. I mcusly. sta e> M5oa ears getting' t
it in contrast-black lace with rather, a I :
I .: No. 1 Macaroni Spaghettij '. r dark slate gray Georgette,for example,of : J
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:F Apple Pie Apples, No. 2 1-2"..,.,. 19 *-. Jfc* : .

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mE t FORT-- :MYERS PRESS TRIUMPHANT FLORIDA THREE GUESSES AT WHAT IS COMING. I COMING EVENTS \ !
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1Ib'Mt. Fort Myer,. Florida
I Florida is-or rather was five years ago- Thursday, Twenty-Slxth
THE the last great unclaimed wilderness in the United -
I ... FORT MYERsTpRESS, Incorporated States. Today hand in hand with a real estate F: : \ : The meeting of Caloosanatche' .
I .. B. HOSMB, Pabllsaer ail General Manager \\ \ \ ftetfWFieCVWRwcR l EPa'1 (a wr !-- NOsc rtGIC tribe No. 31. Impd. O. R. M, will beheld
boom that makes Klondike rush tame
a seem a \ ,1 ;& > 0 ; Thursday night as usual and often -
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16tet.a.---tnc u at:aeoond Fort .<** nH matter March 14. Mil ta tits sound and solid development is in progress the + >tpwoRlf\wwi&T& Q t e the regular meeting there will be .
l Myer Florida under UM Act of March .. 117*. "
1tioIaQ child of the best pioneer instincts. The skeptical, '. /"Turin