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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 27, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
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Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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41STYEAE-1NO.-I. 105 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 27, 1925 PRICE 5 CENTS



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"The Best Spring ,Train!** We'RAreEver
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.; jtn/aty-Sete., Scholars In Legi.lature ,1'UI.btl Per Ad-
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.** CHjri;':gebeel' irrttsbiic. Appropriation At't .torainif .,1, '.

... ; 1 Se,klon By JOHN J. 7TOI.A' '

.... Sev.M7-aeveaboys( and girls of the Fltlladelptiuk Newspaper. Athletic Correspondentwith

Fort i Myers'-, grade schools attainedthe WILL USE NEWSPAPERS ,;

high honor.of being placed on the :: The final exhibition game here,has-
school's'honor roll for February aacordlni'to 4't Development Conference Promises been played and the Athletic are

s today by Professor an announcement J. L. Orr made The' c. : CanpahtN Without Cost To saying to leave goodby.; for packing Winter and Haven preparing ... the.fjrst .

honor list follows: p 'Taxpayer
stop on the trek northward.
Grade, high: Mrs. Shelley teacher :
Milwaukee*, furnished the competition -
...
-Jack tai TII. A.welated Pre
Clark Bafford
; Curry Elijah :
demons WEST PALM BEACH. March % .- yesterday and the A's had their
Eugene Chas-
; T..lor..lluel
., tala. k Florida the state Its. resources, its hatting togs on and won 9 to 7. although -

potentialities and its climate is to be the Brewers had a 'to 1
J Mrs. 'J z
Firsthigh: Gladney teacher -
I advertised to the world. edge early In the fray.
1 ; Margaret .Botts and Julia Rudd.Grade'l. v
tomorrow
1'i ." I A tentative program that looks to Early morning the'seke

; 'Nea) .Smith.highPearl,Glenn Smith.Patch teacher Hazel- ::4. : ,a gigantic advertising campaign was will depart In busses for Winter Haven -'
: "< to play Columbus, of the American -
Hoffman Rae King Frances Zellner : \ 1 1i ; adopted by 150 leadjng business men
Association. The
Jewell Rudd. ) of the state In attendance at the All- Fort Myers
and- /
>. hand will play there will be ,a. feet
,, * ..) Second grade Mrs. Colcord: SarahJoe1 I r'vr
Bussey, Byrdia Strickland. Elaine 1S. ::nie.s: : to-the'7' murder-of= : Dr. Benjamin Baldwin 'in e !here yesterday. cheers and the Macks will not see the
llaroHl Willis. tVrtoonLoto teachers most tropical America
who in .
As the first move toward this program plrturtjxhooJ wltlat" a roll of hair high on their city again .
Andrews. .George. Gibson\ Mltchel, Los Angeles! just after his mother was convicted of the crime. The district I t'.ad and an elongated utm 'tnrtMKl with piaiwr muss a..., ha.. *m> until next spring.
insists the mother Mr Margaret B. WiUi. ; the conference adopted a resolution
Sarvls.
KepnehStory pndPercy however. *
; attorney, Miss Ruby Freeman Si.Mart teft and Mutr HeM-n. Howard of tb< It's not like bidding goodby for along
is guilt i *. calling upon the state legisla-
Third lower Mrs. Daniel
r 'grade : : Arkansas State Teachers School hew Frrrmnn was rhown like HMM
general'fund time for Cy Perkins Lefty
ture to appropriate from the
J. V.;GMdens.,Trassle Phillips. J. W. popular and athlI'Uc.I. I tn thf nrhnnl whtl. Xlus Howard soap rboMO tt*
Philips, Frank. Pope. Nellie Colcord. I $200.000: a year for two years to 'cuir..l _and prettkat Groves and Art Stokes plan to establish -
Prairie i Kill
t Pauline l Davieand. : Mary Elisabeth MUSCLE SHOALS[ Fires be used in buying advertising spacein winter residences in this. city

: OrlBIa.' Four in Minnesota newspapers and magazines of the and Fort Myers will be the spring
South Florida Escapes training home of the Athletics
world.A for
Third grade high: Miss A. Kellogg FORT MYERS RADIO
;- Vera Fraedrick. Donald Ras- INVESTIGATORS (tBJ' The Associated Press" ) second resolution commissionedthe General Cold WaveBy the next ten years.
t: musgea, 'Helen Smith. Ines Hahn SAIPA1:4: March 27.-Firefighters Florida Development board under Players la Flue Shape '

Lonls'. :Field and Charlie Bryant. ; in two widely separatedareas the direction of a state advertising PROGRAM AT WDAE All of the players have had 'at
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":" Third grade.. high:* Miss "Cox teach.ral'7l ARE APPOINTED today continued to. battle board of seven men to be appoint ( Th ..A..d.I..a'Pno5.. .> least a month's unlimbering in the

Randall... Valera Storter, R. : i against prairie fires which accord- by the governor, to carryon WASHINGTON .March 27.-Pre- hot sun and deserving the full benefit -
C.'SmUh." .i: unconfirmed reports destroyed this advertising work. from the balmy climate The pitchers
," ing to dicting a chilly spell as one of the PROVES SUCCESS
-Second grade: Miss Alfred Mary three villages and has taken the The membership of the proposed the have had five weeks intensive a
.1:. {Gerald. Margaret Johnson, Ernest ra.'D.XUI'I.en' Left Out of Commission :lives of four persons devastating state advertising board will be com- last gasps of an expiring -winter work In the art of chucking and ..n-
posed of one man from each congres- weather bureau report today says: eryone is In the pink. _
/ atagaha, 'Hugh ,Richarda Kemp by President i more than 300 square miles of land
sional district and three from the be the Qr Palms ArtMs Concert Re- Ed knuckle ball departed
Wood, Eula .NorrlsV Ruth Williams. Coolidge ,after raging; virtually unchecked for "It will colder tonight over City Rommel ace.
f El*. or William. Rufus Albrltton, two'days. state at large.. They will work with- entire Washington forecast district hens Credit on. City; I- Fine for his home in Baltimore yesterday -' '

*,i'Rw Griffin Ernest Fraley and Robert I. out pay and will furnish bond. with the exception of eastern New I Publicity afternoon. He rode'I tn theccab
: ?Buckner.. ,By Tbs An.d.t. PreolWASHINGTON i .'.Q. Pointing out that the $200.000 ex!England and Southern1 Florida. with the engineer aDd the whistle
'
... : March 27. The from the state must be used shieked the the ballpark
,4 e. .,; At Owynne 1.sthataFourth American Promotes pected Frosts are indicated for tonight as as train passed
jit;; low: Mrs. Mllteer teacher; following were appointed today by I II for nothing but the purchase of advertising far South as northern Florida. Fort Myers was on the air last Today Chick Galloway and;Ed
!pick Richards. Clarence Ash.fg President Coolidge as members of I Business Education space and not for any over- I night. Frcm Maine to California radio :Andrews will go to their homes In

Fourth high Miss Fletcher 'teacher the Muscle Shoals commission: head expenses Harvey J. Hill. Jacksonville fans listened in on an exclusiveFort South Carolina for a few days before

:, Mattie Scott Margaret Patterson.Marguerite Former Representative, McKenzie of I LONDON, March 27.-An anonymous executive,,vice-chairman of Coolidge Party Myers program by Fort Myers I rejoining the team In Philadelphia
4 Brewer. Illinois, Former Senator Dial of donor; has given{ the sum of the conference, declared the business talent. Connie Macks' message telling A party consisting of Connie Mack.

I. Fourth bight Miss Crawford teacher '- South'' Carolina Professor Harry A. $200.000 to the Bradford. England, Interests of the ;state .must subscribe I On Week-end Cruise the world of Fort Myers' unequalled his son. Earl Mack. Secretary Bob

; Elinor Reibling',, Arthur Parker,' Curtis of Yale university and William I chamber of commerce to be used In yearly $100.004 )to defray the ex! climate and why .be selected It ; Schroeder Hauser, Bishop Smith.

-; i P\jrie-Abbott-Ruby; : ; Shaverly., .: McClellan of New.York. RussellF. I the promotion of business and technical penses of the campaign's administrative -' WASHINGTON, Mar. 27.-'The lull as the permanent training ,quarters Dykes. Hale. Lamar Simmons, Ml1J t.

R t e}Fifth lowf Mrs. English teacher: Bower of the American, farm bur. 'education. The interest from forces. Within fifteen minutes in government business that has. fol of his Athletics, was flashed throughout Welch. Cochrane. Fox. Meeker.Groves. .

;LilUn) Tookc, Ruby. Griffin Ruth eau,federation. ibl} sum will be used to send specially $60.500 had l b!.*n.' pledged to such a lowed the senate's adjournment is already : the nation as was vocal and Instrumental Walberg. Harrlss. Basagartner -

;Marcbtnan, & tv'' ContrarY"to expectations no cabt-I ) pbiseisyoung: men to the continent fund. for Uie-eos lna year. relieving the burden of.work ;music by Fort Myers art- and Reiu will go an the four

,. -hr," :; fitoKt"fes''Pearcil: ,teach' set .tnemhers were: placed; on. -th. for',-jr1Ms- Ii '--monlhs*OT Permanent cjKKerselected are: on President Coolidgegacho baa foundit lsta.- '- M .s- games* barnstorming .-iip Ba weli. ,
Naomi Ash. ETI. Dee Lan L commission which will be authorised more' for the study of languages., especially Walter: F. "Coftphmaii Jacksonville, possible to plan a ,more extended This was accomplished by the French. Slgafoos Brame. Perkins r

..*|?*rifta'fhlghtMw-.- teacher?j to. determine the most practical>\ !i the Russian and Spanish chairman; Peter O. Knight Tampa, cruise than usual this week. on tbeyacht courtesy of th% Tampa Times radio. Cline. Glass and Willis will"be under

,. Jdhnhm.' Brett;-Freddie Relter; Louise method to utilize the activities avail I and at the same time to learn' some E. G. Sedell.;MlainU- Herman A. Dann. Mayflower.The broadcasting station WDAE. the direction of Ira Thomas and win

i Ransom*' Kathryn Simmons, Dorothy able at Muscle Shoals. branch of the textile Industry. The Saint Petersburg Isaac Van/ Urn. President and Mrs. Coolidge. City of Palms radio tans beard the go direct to Philadelphia to completetheir

Moore; Marie BarDel.fft'.FUth.bllh purpose of the donor as stated in' a Haines City P. K. Yonge.TPensacola with their son John returned Thurs- program, plainly, in many cases recognizing spring training at Shiite Par:"

; J -'Mill Sanders, teacher; General W. H. Robb report by Frank C Lee. American George E. Sebring vice-chairmen; day from Amherst college for the the voice of the artist. Play Winter Haven :

I Fannie;Mc euld. Lena Marchman. consul) at Bradford. Is to enable these Harvey J. Hill. Jacksonville' \ executive Spring vacation, and with several concert will be of great publicity The Mack, play Columbus at Win

JaiSlfth'lowj I ; Mrs. Hays, teacher; Dies in KentuckyGeneral young men to assist their home city vice-chairman.: .. friends, left late today for a trip benefit to the city its sponsors ter Haven tomorrow; Baltimore "at

iparthea BUBdley.'Kf Bradford todevelop important and Thursday'. conference was perhaps down the Potomac. The cruise probably believe.MTKASE: Eustis on Monday. Milwaukee at Sanford -"

,. Sixth -highi) : Miss Burns teacher; W. IL Robb of Helena Ky., permanent trade relations' with'tor- the'most remarkable, of'Its }kind 1 will continue ever Sunday, and on Tuesday and late Tuesday

IBdward, McCullam. Ambrose! Wllkln- Is dead according to advices reaching eign countries. I ever held In the state. Enthusiasm I present plans make no provision fora night they leave for Richmond Virginia -
l fson.V that knew no bounds prevailed from FOCSD MOT GCiLTYn7.Tb.
: Fort Myers.: Hisson V. C. Robb of: ,_ .. I IEffi I landing at any point. The presi- ; where a game will be. played
ir SIxth ;high:; Miss Moore teacher; this city left today to attend the fUl1luaL the moment the confernce 'was call dent heretofore has been compelled ." Thursday. On Friday the Macks meet
Asiat.1
4 Nola. DutreL Woodrow Brown. t iency'Fostere morning'I Iby the pressure of his ", ork'to make I II CROSS( CITY March 27.=W. C. Me- Portsmouth -and they then hike, to

', Maude Alice: Beasly. 'Ce eral Robb was one of the l lead? In New York Schools these periods 'of relaxation much found*act ( in a verdict Philadelphia arriving home a 7
Rane was guilt/
;. Wineat": low; Mrs. Bollck. teacher; ; banged against the table at 6 o'qlockin '
I brief. o'clock Saturday morning. That'sf-
era of 'Morgan's Men. during the more I by'the -e todayon ,
returned j17.h :
:
:;. [Caxtta'.Bryan, Dorothy Simmons. the evening. _. :
ternoon the third game of the series
war between the'states': and was a -- -- riiurdelT connectionwith
March and charge of:
( NEW YORK. 27w-A special Harmony that portends action a
; iae .friend ol the late General W. B. '- with the Phillies will be staged. Each
great Barker
tft.t"" state monogram, and emblem- for proficiency results in the upbuilding of the state t the death ol Lewis
Haldeman. Mr. Robb had visited StateVitness side has won a game. Zj-j
!''IOQN AND TIDES in all-round school activities prevailed only one dissenting voice negro.
: many times In Fort Myers. This was the best spring training;
has been devised by the New York being raised,during'the'day and that : "
trip we ever had. said Connie Mack.
.. :'Nil'{ Moon: ><'th. '::03 a: m. State department, of education and Voice was raised .by: one who thought 1' I COMMISSION "APPOINTMENT: "There were only three days of rain
First QtUrUt: 2nd. 7:07: a. m. ee' MEETING FATORS UMOX offered to. students In State normal the conference was too conservative. ;< some"kW
but to get In
managed
..nrlate1 we ;
.. tress)
1. FUII: 10th",,i:21 a. m. schools. First awards will be made When discussion on tJ>resolution (n: 155
s lurch 7.-Fonn- of a practice each one of these days.You
,
WASHINGTON
Last Quitter: 17th, 1%:%% p. m.. WILMINGTON, DeL March %1.->- In. June, 1925. To win a certificatefrom to petition the legislature for the I Governor Morrow of the Panama cat peat that. Sg.
-education.- in '- { er'
ai The Wilmington Methodist Episcopal the; department of $200,000 advertising fund was order I by "Our
appointed only now Is that{we
today worry
,
i Zonewas
Canal
al .C.ElcE: T BELCH emblem 'or of i iI
} AT the vice-president
H. Scales
Joe
titling him to wear .
tK > S ? conference today' by a vote of 103 as the American, member may strike real cold weather when
i the president
..f',l +. ,. t J 3 (>rjd,_i;:'March: 27th.Tides to 15 approved the proposition of medal and the felt shield or in monogram five tne Perry Banking Company. Perry.asking (i of the Tacna, Artca bonndry .eomI we get home.!! We have purposely(far-
V .' ": a' student must qualify Flaquestioned the wisdom. .of '
;+r,. r 7 ;{.} ISh" :. 4; Ja.m.aDd 4:43pjn. unification of the. two ;branches. of. scholarship I I.mission. (Continued on Page 7) ..
health that amount.
', ,' f! w'Tides< : 10:18 a.m.and 11:02:: p.m., the church. fSLirMpirts groups of points : for 9y f
and physical the. Perry
sportsmanship leadership I "In the first place.
activities; 1.000 points In! alL The banker declared. the amount asked! i! Play Ground Q Organization of Legion 1'' H

: Delimit i Altitude purpose of the plan Is to encourage' I Isn't enough to do the Job right. Four |, ,

lr : participation by normal students in hundred thousand dollars a year, To Initiate "Poor Goofs" TonigW;

To Which Man is Able to Fly all the school activities, the: better to would be more like> It, I move that .
prepare them as teachers for leadership -I, the resolution be amended to read'' 8 x "
.. I t If your husband cr participate in a proper observance,ol
---- in community life. I $400,000 a year. {
3 -".. Frees)) .stances because the available! oxygen But the conference fearing the ; ,, sweetheart happens to.be. this. veteran's day and of ,Armistice

JWASHNaTONiMarch? 2f-Flight pressure In the .'lungs .would be legislature would balk at; that stu-i j e!; a Legionnaire: and Is plant day. as e established by the. America

;'snrgeonVot.the, nnf'air, service be- too low \to sustain life, First Time 1 1c pendons figure put the resolution'' t ning on being Initiated in Legion; to hold dear to' nemorle.;of.

pIIYI.1la&t'mail. has reached the maxl- Between 23.000 and 25,000 feet Is through In its original form. I L6 me mysteries at: the "Forty and our days la the army .a'f1'' and marine -

,.am flying speed at which he can the "upper limit of consciousness" ; t Eight society of the; American Legion corps, and to, never forget [a-

suddenly' change direction owing to without oxygen say the flight sur-' t*y >c ) ATHLETICS AT: BANQUET, tonight takes) a good: look At buddy..' It was not until June>,
.7,1-: Jtk.>' centrifugalforce exerted on the geons. and at.higher altitudes oxygenis :: .<.,, : 'RObert It. 'White of Chicago is secarded' him before he leaves home-for be .920 that the "40 and ." as It-'.U

|body and its effect on the blood. Thisfagged.Is Indlap Dslble. Only If Included In Connie Mack his Philadelphia Athletics .. a valuable witness for will lever again be 'the flame. familiarly known was deslgnawdja

,. f placed\ In' the vicinity of 250 a cabinet or suit in which the barometric and George, Shrlbe. owner of >the accnwd stale of against the'murder William of Shepherd William Between 6:30 and 7:04 o'clock Fort the official playground" organisation*

: t'else M hoar The limit of speed on pressure were, kept at a der the club together with visiting news- UcCUntocfc. tnUIionalre orphan'* Myers citizens will see a strange of the Legion. j: ;
|g"stralghU: %.y''course.,they ''''.:can glee compatible with life would be paper men will be guests tonight at Watte corroborates the testimonyof sight that of the tint P. G's being yumt( After Preach "Bex Car"MLa
I
1 probably be placed much higher than possible to ascend beyond the 45,000 til a "tili we meet agalnw banquet given Dr. C. C. FUman that Shepherd 'marched" through the city streets asa Societe gets its. name from the,

'is now mechanically possible, but exiJMrieaee. -i limit with suitable arrangementmade I by the Fort Myers Klkanls club, at the I, studied. germs at, Falmaa's. school part of their, lalaticn into La So- familiar "Bpx car." on French railways
wilt have to write the actual : ;zg Franklin Arms hotel. '" \ clete des 40 Homines et 8 Chevaux. which has an Instant appeal to
of ;
for disposing the surplus fie :
r" 'to' -.,11M height'limit.. they.. add.- is :carbon dioxide. l ; : ;' famous playground organization of the, risibilities of every ex-service
.-t aid'ki/bo'feeL : tit the American Legion. Being a Legl- man who baa ridden In'aad' andite
.,.... The aviator experlneces. among "- f !" J"f > { Need Help
:. -! : .$ : :oi' : :.>!" '' r' Contestants all '
; contention regarding the maimsjt otherthings.-as the result of high altitude Campaign ; snare and being a. good one is ,a the others who hav. not and have
"
': at.e4', for turning, thfe A1&ht'aur flights,, sleepiness uncontrolled Of Friends to Win Fine Essex'. serious matte Behind the "Societyof constantly regretted It. .'

':l. .y.iat'4eot; is predicated upon emotion. Including giggling singing r the Forty Men and Eight Horses" All'memben of La.1 Sbdete ereknownusVoyageara

tut ,t: )'eQ WItN':'of .Lieutenant: .AlvlniWBUasas. laughter '1DI/.1l u1ar weakness, la the thought that good'Leglolflarie.,, ; MOltalr (MHiury -
.,t'". ,a ftf,the navy.-at the pout or shortness; .'breath," impairment of : h : ,The,largest extra vote offer, for the 'secure vote? la, through subscriptions I need an' opportunity) : tor "blow' -off Travelers l ) while' alb; ellgibic I
'
I R.. to' the Press, a local newspaper: : that In foil humor when non-members are known Prialsiilers '
"%e!Q'-; air r*in at SC.Louis in October. the 'Intellect, and judgment and Impairment balance of the campaign: will "close: I I steam good : ar -
.' ,b !ttiha MMhe, became practically i \ of vision and_hearing. tomorrow night at o'clock.-and will everybody in this section. wants .and more serkms things could be forgotten i ': da Care or P. Q"n or> in .....
"' \ *t the t _rUs'of the trii fi: : t r7 close the biggest and.best offer to, be', is going to'have. x for the moment expressive' English "Poor-Goofs." 8(.
medical '
: These
\A chiefly) due. men
'are
+;, '-''' i,.'. when .he. rounded-.. at- explain. to' a lack t of oxygen in the given during the few remaining days By subscribing1! With a campaigner of Ha fitness SUeValnsd ffcers of La .Socleta.; : art ''desigaaMd
f ]tff.i. .tt hour. ; '" '- of the.drlTe.*' All the workers are on a, person has the, added advantage service to American Legion Ny terma used about the' rallitatlons
\ ', flrcr f*"" 'tii. turn banks'!his craft brain Il t. f : an even footing so far' as ;-the free helping friend and boosting her .is the pre-regulalte- for memibershjp In France.: The chief ea.alN
<
.' r '.ifNi! Mtoaa/the' centrifugal 1 force There"are SO army flight surgeons. votes are, "concerned. 'fhOae'lao fall standing besides' getting "the Best I in La Sortete. Jt Is,not. without lye .la the Chef de Care, Ute,.,

,., .lag.at itfit angles to the new dlft.I' -I stationed at .diffecent flying I Ito ""come across" with subscription Little Dally In AU ,FloridaThere. Us serio i8> side however. Its pfe- Station Master and M tort*. 110ztght' -
fields, all on-fly ing.status. :A !flightmedical the first big are a great .many people who, havepromised'tn coed.-
> folj' and the blood being [for their fscorite during amble la a* Irfeplrlog as' the famous initiation of P. O's is
,
: ,w.: ... tomahad, ; toward l school is maintained' at I vote period can do it now with full I give a campaigner& subscription -tome 1 o.t"!he A ieticai: Legioa It seta ed by a "wrecking: ortw,"' aad. ;.- i

:_ .t.i*;' **>.'probabl, even Into Mitchell Field, N.. Y.'.where courses i assurance hat the help will'-be ap, and who have fal1ed.to will redeem -!fortaUiat-tte'o\* are: "For. God sording to the pre et Port....V,WM

;. i lefs' ..is teiataess and,possibly are given'for aviation duty. Avkuonpsychology !predated Just as. much .as. It would. their" promise. These wand| conn'rv: to uphold ,and defend "40 and Be,." wa* rtceaUf !ealir< ;
;,. forms .'a... large"share.jot (have been earlier. !i I conferring.' an"added favor upon ;th onsiucton "wrecked'- is
U Bloodcirculation tu' of the United States by the 8 i t ,Pet r. ..
'their work and they are acquainted '[ In? this close-rate every, entrant"lIieeda bnsy'workelathe! i drive hy sending. awl iwe American Legion organization lives tname
s, y ..... itself the flight! ;snr- find'not wait'ot-Amerka. ; ; the erew 1Jp to,lto
'money to to the'-oince '
men'who'
Iwith conditions business'she"can'posslbly "
first-hand of the, j { .U the
.' !' did the direction of' ceDI forf..asecond, eaJl.The manage; (>>'be loyal m-mbrs of the American fi1f.
.. 1>A % 'la rapidly changed go up In the air la ships : CgbUni- ollld-: | secure, for there' Is nothing cer-j'the.aoremenUoald lag ment'oC.1 *campaign will'I've' ,, tb4, Legion'and at, all times to strive and Ie AjJeati I.The WrI .'
; fast
; rVhen two panes a except ,
Aeronautic {II tame about the result .
:
'The' Natlonar AssocUtlion's'
I ..' <;YJ :..'uail *t sot qn* at Very highapeeds: records <'"*d a'mne in the air\ new*Keney''' 1 fact-that the winner' 1 subscription,to. whom it.... dealgnaed- promote. its principles and advance Fort{Myers vokar or ........

,'- ".'v-. *'." airs. $ .kcln.injury.or.rapturet ; ) show that the present ..Ield,-'Tea i LkuleDaBt'c.n.: Me- tot the Essexwill_.be the one; whose Everybody wants to be on thewba-, its lfare..topo. present .at'aU'' of 'LaSociete.- heM. by dehatc! ... ;
$ .hw4t W i ht, result maxlmmm,altltu.f.r record 1s'hekt. ,by, and Cadet Charles'A..LtooV, j jnfne It.le't.-'W' tMd' laI ,\mem.rialttarsioaa.k. : departed _
&: .....(ftrowgen."beyond ;. a 1"reBdl.Ayer.4'W".H.HC' fut...." Jta.oe'the.two-machine*. :: [rlendira4gtxtuonadyvritthemostloyal ; : I .evtrffoa -"hSaf'nafe'' "lBuw, rades:-whenever, posstMe;s',to ft.... .1i :;
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f r r' w.t..free"OjiaJ 1 ; !Aofce Patient Tepic Pleads An appeal has< been sent to President I J especially the taxi-cab drivers countit
: At!1 HandHOTAiroUTiWKKWKMAItKRS 1 ,
., .. > Calles t i> straighten out the tangle.*j!
I '! .,. .... 1 _- _.... For Peace and Order The newregime< recently scored; i a distinction! to wear the council Ie
..J. badges.
Z 1 -- one smashing victory. By sheer force j ,
EPIC. Naysrlt March 27.-This It drove' from the street all poll*,f f
: : City, rspltsl' pt( Nsyartt atate., ta enjoying. men of the old administration. Thus! d/57m1/
'!. c' 4 \ i ; J <<. or rather enduring two sets the fittest having; Survived the new i ipolicemen OLD SORES
i. of "presidents" .r mayors with their are patrolling; the beats. t 1
-F tl milled' oincUIs and assbtants. foils cad: pimples are cleared up' by

by The the' i recent..i.." on election'was the ground contested of Irregularity London Gives Badges, j LICARBO.It destroys the infection: draws. the .:twv

and they refused to turn over To Careful Chauffeurs!; foreign affected matter. cleanse.and. heals the
I tht,Itys of the treasury to the other I ILONDON. pert.LICARBO of { ., '. rz
has'cnred" sores
faction which claimed victory in the I : ; s
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within a
.1 'March 27.-Of years' standing
balloting The result has been administrative 13,183 months. Start now to get rid of
T London vehicle drivers" most of ,
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chaos: and business men are I yours. Ask jour druggist
: hoping that one aide or the other son chauffeurs';, who entered a" "safety!I CARBO.
-!>, 6 will W ousted so the city can settle firstT competition instituted by the.] BETTER,THAI IODINE
1 London 'City Council 8.399'w4ut.?
down and enjoy Its usual calm.
: 71 Since the advent of the dual administration through last year without an accident
I I il ,two sets 'of lean and hungry and have been awarded' special men-,.
; N tion and badges.
t1 tax: collectors have been besieging the I
\ All the drivers. thus recognized, and Co.
stores' and business houses presentIng --- I Electric l Supply.
their respective 'demands." At first.
r : i through a practice evolved' .of wisdom Stop CoughingThe 242 Hendry SL
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t +r. W during the revolution, both sides were ,
'";.,. ..*.*AtijD J :'S?*.**,****f' "'1 *ACWXK rV..<' : placated by donations. But the Tepic coughs simplest, colds and croup beat,way bronchial to stop We repair flat Irons, curling; Irons.percolators we seiidyoti"
I ". .*. ,. iMt fN aV ttrWajJUr I Lethyli.lai. ;; f eeyitNs .{ rtikfor, farce: has continued so long and money 'fta"and la grippe coughs to take tooatsta.! etcilash I "
r wa f aaar latiir'a trrt -... '1tost .,. .
MW M. AT,RaGa is so scarce that the leading houses CHAMBERLAIN'SCOUGH Batteries. Bulbs )
Lights.
.. .k/llt.e..li aMaMM..t+>a sllalapi kety Jul..eH... I I refuse to'' come through with more REMEDY'Every Lamp9flztares. W'irlag' I + J 1 IS tl 1I t

F ] A. B. Q .. I, "lax": contributions to either,faction. I
S user la a friend ._.___ ._ I I'llll'll'lll'l'lllllu'lmllm
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: : saedml'.aNisa,ala.t.. toe"t.wu the typewriter IDodM fJ.. ''II I ;' AIK, the distinctive re olden
a the\dttt. .a.d ihm. \wtFzhMlr la the meantime the enfiaeers of devel-
etasta..d ...? the notedeM typewriter had been I Streets Walks | t+ '-- tial colony now being fet
'workingni on the problem of riving t I t i Sped on the west Coast?
., Whether MM .piM..f the strata ne that feature so.highly 1 II 1 1t
viD" taud.a* aay lady day toWt priced by aU typewriter urr....the Lee Construction Co. t It not write today for the
llaCNtt+Vi thew.ear a* *aaboftt standard It b
keybitard. authoritatively
.as.eeJtaJaty .ibe-banfafra... '. iit of learned that they have succeeded I I 308 Pythian Bldg. = 1 I illustrated booklet that baa
'.' -' tha'ttattattat the tWef".MMte. typevrtttr.Ttartrat .f oaV.*?aotoes- DOW ready.and the' first machine are NecessiTiest5w' E| Fort Myers\ | been prepared for 10U. The

\ aatorlM. typefctlUr with The straggle for! the ellnOnaUoa request form below Ia for
it awlaf4 your
jfe......*,' tha.; '
i IBM*- tttjr Drearsaftar exhibition. of the first writing machine
'MM>.fit* ptaedcal.typewriter at the HuUdelpUa Ccntenial AUTO Floors
\ .*.Bwhv Taw evcat.la regarded. by Exhibition,injiSTflL, Event I I Curbs | I.. .y;
a OHM vfaa law sate. MM new instntriawph- that early day the makers'aought
; ; .:-r rM' ... drown the datter by enclosing the TJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinitiiHi'i. iiiiiiiiiiniiimiliiiiiiHHiiiiniitliiJiiT I
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machine with glass. la due course .
'?'stacks iMitwiiltt has bam the noiaalesi. typewriter appeared. I* there any auto necea niiiiriiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'.iiniriiii I iiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiitiiiiMiiiiiiiitiiiilI / BELLEAIR" DEVELOPMENT CO.
Vra a*.lilt *aufcat'fc. boa, years, And It b Dot ntU DOW however, that city you might need? Jf : 6 Hotel Belleview Belleair Florida.
".;n.iflM'Ita lea ai Y staa key-, ktvenUve genius has been aMeto so. drive by this' store. '
hosing Y"raiuit :to ajoitt typ combine natst\f\ pperadoo with the We are sure to have.what' I Bargains in Suburban Homes | Send me by mail a copy of your illustrated
ee rvrttfeir o pest that tab aiadaae standard keybt* d, >o' universally booklet regarding BELLEAIR.
>;.. -. '1ias iwcn, growiof steaAtr. .la pap."I .- 'demanded by typewriter ucrs and you wallLME.l')1JiJac 5 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house out
'*** larfrj. AbW a thto aobe* with It all of the .' ....... .............. tl j
Jrear af .along other tatoil.lar for the Car"" = house fruit trees fine shrubbery-large grounds-only 5: Name ................
I kaa'MaksM+' jras scared bj the operaHnji featarea,
J j ;-:: 1.t. = 312 miles from Fort :Myers on Lee County Boulevard. Low =_ address ...................................
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AMERICAN MAGNATES : > ," ...
PURSUE .
II' : Tired Executive: z.v<:ut3 inventor Just the Sam J '"C. K.:'GREEn
INVASION OF BRITISH FILMDOM TThe modern famUIdea of 1M j
. Of "Thinking Machines" and Business many; ctfldren Is one." mnarVs as erhange. I Plane LTaaerI&n

'J4) DON_ March %7.-The moan- Intentions, If any as regards the Same as a bachelor's Idea of, .. own'.forsfew: [ daitLeave .
lnd.and: ..wrID&lnC..Of hands,, over the moy(". ""3 too many wlvea.. -- (p ikon ,&veI11D# orders.a(
sad lure,state; of ,the. British, moving plc-| Meanwhile dollar-laden magnates of Delays Become Spectres of PastS i Transcripts: : RIYERViDWIEL ,..,
phn .business :"
p. waxes loader day the movies breeze
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by ;lay.perhapsthe, ,.public: cares. but 'one 'after another, and what around way. '55 ._-.. -_ .. '
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it -showi. no mcllntlon'to Flower Decora'lons on a i.l1t \'
,cease the British S : :
Isles
building
r crowdlpg4nto up defenses it' Ten thousand ,
the, hondred of BrH flowering. plants god .
;( against competition from other -
tish' ..theaters where. American' fern..oT tirUns kind are esedeyep [-'W' : /J::,;(P'ltT
> are; rUB t'almoatt, films. sources and ,bolsterIDe'J.helr Englishbusinesa.Some Y + fear for 'tIle dei railon.of, th.,.f.fI.bl VEveryitlaaiti
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-' Jill, and.year ;oaL exclusively' year .of- them have even I rooms on one' of tae bt!*' transapa" ; :;F rttdTer5,;
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gone so far as to begin.. bnil410g'or "
,. The British film makers coatmanyan buying large,theaters of their own,in : j Ce! Inen ,! -. who js 'interested" .tract:: 'tkr 6
enripaa ''eye the preens ot Piccadilly ,Cireua. I : >> '
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e cgtch the eats of both' jove'rai'ment'and T and is willing .to ,play or
the people,.and protest that '.STAYYOUNG European Plan '
yea'England's 'own dominions ,give his support' in la1"8ther
: e colOBie's and Lack of health, strength and energy I' Weekly Rates:
., the are' being Americanized by shows itself in.lines in the face, 110.00 one.l3.Roam .,ray Js..urged .''to.at:' :
subtle
propaganda eontlined In flabby? flesh sad lack of muscular 10' I liooznWANTED
the $+.00 each two [in
celluloldal
; products of the studies activity. tend .a ,meeting at the .
of California and New York. Lest LEONARCrS ELIXIR FOR l
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.their arguments tall on.'deaf. ears THE BLOOD builds health American Barber .Shop
trade, the very life blood of the strength and energy. It keeps the
.'plre, Is brought Into play. It would.em- flesh hard and firm the.eyes cleat I Ii J1ext.-l\londay.l, March
seem that, and bright. It pots, color in the i Ii
.the habit trade has broken Itself of cheeks, a sparkle -'in the eye anj Ii i 30. ::
of following flags; these flesh on tha body.: It is .the .ideal
"days It follows the film. There Is,< a toni,;. I i ,,To--r&nt -caterpillar tractor and
.TtrT.I cUTe campaign on to have the Stay young by ;using .LEON. suitable implements to' plow about Come along and ir bring a
s 1J I wIDleyernment slap a .beavytazforeign ARDrS ELIXIR FOR THE 'I 10 acres low muck land; also friend If'possible?' Let's 1
> .on. ,ffma and help the totter.Ing'.movie.magnates BLOOD. It invigorates and small ditcher\ for making ditch

:- "until or this country( strengthens rich red blood the,whole,acts gently system on nukes thQ, through' wet land. make. go of it and,put out

their business grows up and becomes liver and kidneys. Insist oa: 1 .Gordon ,River Grove .
team all the town will-be
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has. se .far kept silent upon its S t1 3 druggists. r 4 Jehn Hnebsleiter! proud of this season.
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\.LJJ. / beings are heirs' to all:] homo lat' one evening from the J|policy-age. premium amount-7 payable \
: E a Cash XMti: of Us and vagaries. physical "|'office threw himself on a couch.., life or endowment and; tiu I PUNTA GORDA
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( me mental. A good" machine, with I j His mind dwelt upon the work that'!' details of the policyholder's his I :, :
attic care. goes( on. and on. even I was piling up. higher and higher.;I tory. These cards are fed automatically < .
d' 'r temper and dependable In per- : Slowly- there came into his brain into themacbtne" th* '!
'ormance. And in these facts ties I the idea of machines that would !clerk operating a ,small key, boardmarked
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be rviperlorlty of & machine--the I I work with perforations instead of with the corresponding 1 I'
; I YiPaysl.r onc-ept of a human brain expressc I letters and figures. code. .
; o ir tangible,.standardized form- He aroused himself and set I .For, classification the (sorting j' Any investor with foresight can see the.p.. .
yver countless human beings them- i down his rough plans in black and machine was necessary. Tae card : p;:rtt pity for.profitable.investment at Punta
re'vecfor.e ;', > long tendioua detailed I I white. He had. no understanding !f were coUecte* from tbf -yrforaUa Goriku There are three main:rea'sonar why
; :crlo. i lit the mechanics 'of 'machine. tog machine and filled into the i' visitors have become resi-
purchasers
Li- extensive statistical ; The first sketch was submitted to : sorting machine a cylindrical affair! ands\.r ..
f tucnts which constitute depart-I his brother-in-law, fortunately a equipped with an'arrangement i dents. ,,
uable a part of' the big mechanical engineer, and In due I pins. As the machine operates and "
r I roir.pmny's equipment could never I! time the model was made and the. cards pass over the pins -all1
'- have be achieved without the aid ,!nand workable. I those the I LOCA CLLMATE-i-RECRBATION .
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-f same perforations -
,,\ 'Bycutting) down the,expensQ.of de- : : the machines. And two Under the*old. order the fastest!1' are picked 'up by the ;sam, f
or these were conceived In the brainOf clerk coujl'never/ handle more. pins. i
.. liveringr-: and;qther' necessary items, an actuary wearied :almost to 'than a hdndroed"'"end twentp-ttve'j' The Invention( .K these two. ;I These_three factors" alone insure Punta Gor-'' f
the. point of cxhauatloa from his cards an hour. The.: new*machine:! machines one supplementary ta* H da's future.: And Punta Gprda Is a progress "
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( owe lone hours and the ,consciousness ,turned ouia thousand in tie other, has .
same. make
we can offer our .groceries for less, ,t t, : of the; strain upon his; forces :tlme. That wM'the: perforating;i' the Prudential's'excellent helped: statisUco postlbla, sive city, taking every advantage its natural -
resources.
I 3 and the higjes} :quality i .at thatJrade; ;. :fagged of Hho increasing out. John work.K. Gore Utterly. now :lCh1ne. 'f-i' J{.. 4. 1J department Q.ecua& *tt ;theiinc: l. j p ":
.' -; t., ,%tco: -prcsidont and,.then'tli. Pru- :A card ,A as d'etlsed coalalnlngthe j I : ;- Visit Punta Gorda and see.the opportunities .. ."
: :a t ,here and save money" '* '..-_4entla1'.actuary. returnlnx, to his of '>>hit the Aata'of aj j i I re-duct-Ion b r profitable \\nVestm.. n Youiari ijW>e. 1tr..'e' -. ;

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; : N uderwqodsi Sardines\un': oil . .15 ( The' AiMwIated Press) -: Press shouldjbfe i in the office i cot later; than, ten o'clock on Mon-> ,
TOKIO, March 27.-On condition days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays. For ia
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r iS t 'Can.dyams, }tQ{[ -<2 1-2: ..?. .- .:. ..19 i iJVlAMacaroniSpaghetti that he be given an iacome of 12,090' Thursday's paper it should be in the office not. later than .... .... .

;' : ( It yen a has year given for his life entire KnmatarioIshigafcl fortuneof .8 o'clock' ,in, the..nioniingl. and 'preferably Wednesday'' ''eve :..c D:untaj Go r.,4JJ;:'VI C? .1 -; ,
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: about 1.009,600, to the' Marine ning. Gopy( ;coming; in later tban.:these'.hours can only be accepted -:- .
f. yen ub,'ect to possible insertJpn. on $file f ollqwirig days. / Write4 for' further information.T":'*
and:Noodles .8 '- ala Products Society to be'used in the ; ,;
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'en' ...... __ THE FORT TERS PRES FORT JIVERS. FLORID.I FRIDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH: .7,19


.a .' :THE 'FORTMKERS' PRESS A WORTHY EXAMPLEThere's DON'T BE S O BASHFUL! I COMING EVENTS \ I

: triad DaOjr (except'Smriar J at On Frms BnOdlac. 117 o"aek.
_- ooa Street.,Fort MyeiFlorida.. CI.
-k a certain man in Winter Haven who Friday, Twenty seventh r !
THE FORT MYEOw.eR91SS., By is not'rich only comfortable well 'to do. This The young women's auxiliary of r
1 Incorporated
has lived here five He has invested the Baptist Women's Missionary
society
\ !*OM. g. HOSM11I, FmMhher and General Ian p man over years.
.practically every cent he has in this com- will entertain the young womenof
i iI *"...* as' eoond e1au mail mttter Much 11. Mil 1st nt- munity. Instead of investing it in properties and the church and: congregation at
I ..*t sire at Fort Myers Florida." tan'er the Act of March i, II.7*. stocks and bonds that would bring a high inter-I the home of Mrs. A. E. Raymond. Y'

1 1l r.ude4 as a. weekly IMwsp&peI" OD'\Nft'-nber'U.- ISM tadtu est, he has devoted it to the erection of homes 820 Second street in honor of Mrs,. "
-.t. a daily on MarchV: Mil._ and apartment houses. He believes that Winter Allen Leavell, daughter! oC Dr. and .. ..,
Foa YOU ,' Mrs. D. Henry, of Michigan avenue.
=FIBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PUSS Haven needs more homes and apartments to take
I The Associated Preen Is esdneirefy' ,UUd to the OM tot Mrs. Leaven is a Christian educa-
this ciyt their '
make
SSS'*.of all **.". **apakas. <* **eel to it or tot otWnewepmper care ,of those who want to : tor In China and will serve a Chinese ,
Ia &ht. the local substantial $ ;R:7: s'
tl.4 and elm sown 'pub- permanent home. He is building L- ( tea at the meeting and tell of
l an rtgeta or repub1let.tloa' of ,apedai 418patch. JaereIa are houses, and is renting them at a reasonable rate, f her work in the Flowery Kingdom. ,

alas .r..9sd.. 81mSCBIPTICJ1I'' ,JtiTU. I just enough to pay him the legal rate of interest ..,

l 1a I Confer, Charlotte. utalde Dee. I Comer Oar'I on his investment.This Tropical lodge. No. 56. F. &: A. J.L. '.
:: &ad JIea4r7 Counties lotto and 'Ie0cb7 Cocotte.Th man is an asset to any community in meets and will have work In the. .
\ i.MoD tU .. I TThr Mental tbtt ?1711..77LII which he might locate. It were well with Winter Master Mason degree. All members

I II B 0.*. %o.=... .au... Six G=_. -_ .-, ado: Htwen and other towns if they had a hundred requested to be present. There will
19D..T. -eb0
more like him. He sees the pressing need of the be something good; to eat. Meeting at

: Tan n." Weakly Wkly Port)set Mrpr.X.en P.SI.z PrM I'ODe Month.$1.11 Year .-fit01 community, and while his means, as before stated 7:30 p. m.Saturday ,

are not large, he uses every available penny to -

t M MB R'\1'SUSTAINING boost; the community in the most effective wayit TwentyEighthWith :
be boosted-by providing pleasant living :
can {ie the hope that a uniform law for
NATIONAl rorrmuM quartivs for newcomers and residents. How many Ilendry Charlotte. Collier and Lee
; 10250 will match this man and erect at least one new tAr counties may be agreed upon for the 5,
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4" house or' apartment building during this summer? protection and preservation of the F

.ASSOCIATION There should be at least a hundred. That is the : I game there will be a'meeUng. at the
.' only way' in which Winter Haven can take care -s; court house in Fort Myers at 2:SO p.
; iVtrTMT> So.tUra Hewspaper hblla'en', AiseelaUoa
I' of the inC\'. population that is certain to flock m. Saturday. 29th of March. The
XoBTwr Florida Press .ABOclatJon
( this during the coming season. Let this & Representatives of these counties
way .
f Kember HorMa Associated PaTJe (
t man's example spur others on to go and do likewise will meet us and we sincerely trust
,' i ]X.aber South Florida Press Aksoelarton.. !-Wint'w Haven Chief.VOUTHFUL some good will come from such dorL -
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Friday Afternoon, March 27;. 1925 1 (I V 2 .. ? Li. A. HENDRY. '
BRIDES. -
; : BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY f A *
Keep The Word-Whoso keepeth
:. "- the word, in him verily is the lore of A: study of Ohild marriages by the Russell qn Beware of Alcohol
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1 : God perfected: hereby know we that Sage Foundation reveals that about 700,000 per- HOBO( )IDSEY AND BLAD-

:'.. we are in him.-1 John 2: 5. sons living in the Jetted States today have been DER REMEDY
brides who les s than 16 years of when -
were age
tteq ma.tn: .. t ra IDBT rmo rxxsa PLJTFDXV inarried or'nave befn married YD brines under I 'Ifthdu y tioutkte "haul'oat.. take
te that age. The great majority ,of these are native medicine that contains alcohol. Thereis
( L X. Banding aa< Lou Atseclatlo / white parents. In* this connection it is noted. an herb balm called Hobo Kidney

k t, A \Tat t Settc-iaf" Plaat for Xnnlclpal Water that in 14 states it is ,legally possible for a girl F ti It '' '' & Bladder Remedy, famous throughout -

'\ ./*... to marry at a nearlier ane than she is permitted the South for its healing prop-

.1 :Water Frtii.or. Iilaai_ Park sad Maaklpal] Avdk to become a wage-earn*ir. ,:Many conditions are erties. It Is made from an herb; it
: duI.; suggested to account for* the prevalence of too- contains no alcohol or habit forming
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i Biter Froit BoBlevari. '4 early marriages. In the mountain regions of the I \ Iht drugs but does carry a powerful pur-
ifying property that has been used
Fn Bridge to Cresceat Reach. South, where early marriages are common, a girl i
I Deeper JUrer Cluuuel t* Frauds Entrance InOCMB unmarried at 18 is considered a spinster. Such 4 for organic years ailments.in the treatment It has given of serious relief

{i Oetar Teasels.CeBpletlo false conceptions have much to do with hasten where other remedies faiL In your

: .f Lee Cenaty's System ot Roads ing of children into matrimony.If I own case you are to be the sole Judge ..
3 '. C Mpleti.. ef TamiaMl Trail. and Fort Kjers. these early marriages turned out well I as to the merit of this money-back ':'

3 '. ,.f i, Pta Beach BJgkway.BeamtlflcatloB there would be less cause for worry, but as a role I guaranteed treatment and write ,for ._t .
; r et Highways laeUdlng Pla.Ua otCeooaaat they are of a temporary character, the investigators free story of discovery of this won- ,
i i Palms,aloag Tamlaml TraIl Hear across find. This is due in considerable measure to derful remedy.
3 ,, i Loo Courr'aad: Ctsthralnr Kcyal Palms along the haste with which they are arranged and con- Just dumb hokum in which the clinch Ing "Mike" a new Metro-Goldwyn I
summated. It is not a outlook when is anticipated in the minds of the movie and is injecting a lot of "com- .
Bomlorard Pasta
i XeGroror to Bassa. hopeful '
The Plan v.
7t1 Ban Bond to East. Coast.LETS children who ought to be still in school rush into Jt&t.ree. spectators by the time the triangle is good.edy relief Hank where did it'll two-reelers do the most for The report Century that a century plant

marriage without any comprehensive idea of C introduced. 'years, but, now is making bigger dooms only once In a hundred ;years
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HAVE A
FLOWER SHOW what is involved in such a relation. The percentage "Lon Chaney is a big box-office money for what he says is easier Vr. probably due to the Impatience of
,\e .. -. relatively small, it is true, but it is still large } card today and every time he' work-and is getting what every tome of Its admirers. In some partsof

i i'j **" <;5fA flower show is a beautiful thing. There is enough to be disquieting since these marriages as : reaches for the-gal the women in the' actor cravu-.ecognition. For the South A.merletl?where It grows wild
{ absolutely nothing to which it can be compared. a rule are among ,a class least fitted for marri- :fife I11. theatres squirm and reach for the: goal of the short-reel player is to It blooms once In eight years, but when: _. -
iI !smelling salts! Noah Beery formerly -I graduate'into features" or long pic It has been transplanted ,Icta5green
1 And probably placein the world can a flower age. (]lilt;"C ; '
.. ; : considered a great character actor tures. houses tinder;! artificial conditions:; :-
I show reach the supreme beauty'that it can in ABOUT AS WE'VE SAID IT t i r majbe the greatest-has been costarred -1 Hank. Ford Sterling. Harriett I blooming: date la much )prolonged.': "
Florida the Land of Flowers. This has been .
proven with Lois Wilson in a movie 'Hammond. Bert' Roach Phyllis
: \by,such shows in Jacksonville Sanford, and 1 r KOOi S because he's 'box-office.! Women as Haver Marie Prevost and other comedy ,

elsewhere. This being the time":of the year that Many people who complain bitterly if the well as men want to see Noah and performers are now waxing famous drone is the theme bnt the villian, of
these flower'shows are usually' held makes the roads are allowed to become rough and jouncy, he doesn'-t: kiss worth a damn. Tully and prosperous dramatic' fea- course gets the air-in the end.. .-
subject pertinent. HOLLYWOOD March % .-From ,Marshall and' Ray Griffith character tures. 3. Williamson, whose undersea
with force if
) yet kick equal they are torn
wi'l,
% The question in this subject is "Why not a Fort for reconstruction, so that travellers are forc- flaming scarlet, to the mirrored hues 'man and light comedian-they illustrate Hank,. in comedies, had to play'serious" ,photography process was utilized :by
Myers a Lee County Flower show?" There up the principle too. Even to get laughs. Hank likes Ralph Ince in making '"The Uninvited r
or are ot life.
ed to through side roads by a detour. It
navigate
:Jack Holt falls out of the routine Guest" is in to make
I II to laugh. Now he plays funny in ser- Hollywood a
no more beautiful flowers :anywhere than ours. is inevitable, if the motoring public want improved That's the trend ot the movies according 'hero '
I We doubt if there is anywhere greater catgory; he's giving character- ious movies-and never fails to geta new undersea movie In color. Sub
a variety. roads, that some portions of the leading to production authorities on izations. Then there's Emll ;Jannings laugh! marine sequences will be photo-
.By.means of a flower show, held at the right routes will have to be closed at times so that reconstruction what is called "the west coast ,in The Last Laugh: and to give the Ain't life-and the movies graphed off Santa Cruz Island.; The
I time of the year, we could let the world know: this. can take place. The motorist must which really means Hollywood. women a chance, consider that Lu- strange? fish are In for more thrilling dlstrab-
This would not be the only result. A flower show take his bitter with the sweet. The new note in picturemaking cille Verne is being starred in a ances than ever, according to ;>Mr.
would, be an impetus 'toward flower culture and It will however, promote the comfort of motoring was sounded by an executive who movie of 'Sunup which she did on Williamson's! plans.
door'Yard beautification.: Those who are.already parties and business vehicles, if such de- was moved to verbal anarchy by the the stage in New Tork-a woman JULES "E.R."E-how short-sighted Now following hard on the heelsof
3ti i raising flowers would be inspired to increase tours can be plainly marked with direction signs.In statement ot a Los .Angeles movie past middle age. Mary Carr's a 'star he was! our recent announcement relative
ti == j a7 their efforts, and to raise not only increased quantities localities drivers turned off into theatre manager who said: ,-and a popular one. And don't forget Now they are making movies In the to Dr. Lee de Forrest's production of ..
and, greater varieties, but to bend their criss-cross some wilderness of roads are in which they lose a ""Oh I can't put so-and-so's name the long list of so-called "heavy air, undersea and talking of exhibit- a 'talking movie, comes his predic-
women like Aileen Prlngle, MtaNaldi. ing them via radio. tion that within three .
== I efforts toward.greater perfection. Many who up in lights. The women aren't crazy years movies :
1 f )have never put a seed into the earth rooted their way. Motorists can help on such detours, about him. I tell you a star is a star Eulalie Jensen who has'hit" in I Paramount is finishing The AirMail will be exhibited!via radio in every
slip would feel the or by driving through them at a moderate rate, so only. It he's 'got the women!" The Thundering Herd and others II ," with Warner Baxter and Billle home In the land-that owns a radio.
a urge to grow flowers, first that these side roads will not be promptly; torn Which harks back to the days who are drawing at the box office. Dove featured. Victory over the But still they're building theatres,
for the flower show
= and then for the'sheer joy
a out and become almost impassable.-Key West when wavy-halrea Francis X. Bushman Now Clarence Brown is producing
1 '" of it.The Citizen. / "Claude Kclaire" ;J. Warren The Goose Woman: which is chiefly The Old Home Town BY Stanle
.. getting together at the' flower show .
.' J Kerrigan and King Baggott were a characterization vehicle for Louise
a ., \ would mean much to the growers besides exhib GOOD ADVICE 1 1 1" f reigning stars: the days when sex. Dresser, formerly noted as a vaudeville NEWT 31lS -
E iting their best blossoms, and winning prizes. It appeal (in capitals) was. supposedly headline/ mature woman, not + NtE1+RU C
:; would mean the exchanging of personally gath- the principal requisite of the movie an ingenue. -There are many others
ered information, the acquisition of new and valuable \ The en-gineera have advised the city gov- hero. -and more are going to be heard
C ideas, the making of congenial acquaint- ernment of what appears to be a patent fact The executive pointed out the pertinent from and seen in' electrics. Great ED HOW MANY *-
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ances and the discovery in some cases of a that the gas plant as proposed will not for long fact that it is about time producers directors, by proving that great en- (TIMES NAVE ITOID yr, Noe-su A ,
rare meet the requirements of Bradenton which is quit figuring the movie audiences tertainment lies in characterization YOU HOT ED'S stave DoCk .Xe
friend. It would mean that Fort Myers and Lee TO PAW OVER norw to t
county would blossom'as the rose-that whereone growing so fast that it is hard to keep up with as composed of nine-year-old :in the reD cttion of life bypeople 11tOSi CL071aS ,
who x
have experienced it who
f the mentalities and moron intelligences or
pace. ,
i plant now puts forth flower petals, many i know best how 'to express it in all roWe
The engineers have recommended that instead and look to the profit sheets attribut-
more than two would do so. It would mean that the
colors of the emotional rainbow,
able to the rise to stardom and box-
of installing two units of 200,000 cubicfeet I
.t :never while the world stands can any section of office drawing of players male are bringing the'moviea into the ariaof
each that one unit of that size and a unit of 400- power
the state take from Fort f "
Myers and Lee County greater popularity.
and female who incline neither to
the reputation of being the most tropically beau 000 cubic feet be installed. Also, it will be neces- the heroic nor the aherolc\ In his- The "executive" referred to servedan 4 J eG
81it tiful part of the state.' sary to lay mains in a number of streets that trionic guise.; apprenticeship of years I'the-

w Let some of our flower lovers get busy and were not included in the original survey for the "Sex has become passe-In the selling end ot the movie business. lie 1

L Lt i : I ,make- plans for a flower show to take place before' service because at that time they were not opened movies-at least until the cycle made a few fine movies but ""small'
and with houses all along them. ones" before he his chance. Now
got
,the next year has rolled around-a flower show up comes "round again. said our executive -
t With classifications so arranged that even the The city council should follow the sugges- adding pertinently: "Why, he Is William K. Howard, brilliant
of tions of their engineers as far as the appropriation even the theatre owners are tellingus Paramount director \ producer of
grower a single plant compete.
.... may in the bond issue will allow, and happily it to quit sending; out posters of the "The Thundering lIerd--haye you
J hero and the shero kissing. "Theywon't seen it? "The Border Legion" and = b
01IAMEWCAN; PRODUCTION is believed it will be ample to cover the entire 0Fa
HIGH sell pictures any more: a. "East of Broadway lie has proved
: situation.-Bradenton Herald.
:'U= group of.exhibitors writes in. .1, his points with his own productions. "."

John W Lief, vicw-pres: New ,York ,Edison R : If 1000 men would wal kup with $50.00 "Now to fancy V that cntino The klsa publlo-! Rank won't re- I HANK MA\V ha of, the comedy

-! \ '.. :Company,*shows how the ing-ease ,in the use of I apiece toward the Seaboard fund, that would complete I pay belljpn-see what? The, lormnla has mustache-says n'. ,;easier to be wuR4laRwrwDCavFas waw s_ __ '" ews

.. electrical energy,,is ever-increasing value to efficiency Jhe required sum; yes and a little more. If changed. There Isn't any formula! tunny in a movie drammer than to Tura, vrts BADLY UtJUReD {
EI' of';workers;i He says: I 1000 men would walk up with $25,00 apiece, that Make entertainment-pictures that act' serious in a funny comedy. Hankis By tsurrorz A DM r wMRa SW OS.be4 sco- re.rsr ,t i '

"* **A compariseB the average horsepower would make more than half that is needed. make 'em laugh or cry:anything but now with Marshall, N'eilan.: mak- .= .t..a.ta-+ .

available per wognan and his increased productiveness -

3 ,i i iIII) l l' ', shows'& in,1899 the horsepower per i MOM'N\ POP STREET CARS TOO:.SPEEDY By 'Taylor i I II
-t worker was 2O2 .K against 3,10 in 1914, while informer

years the]'annual) ,value added to products wHAT5.THe
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WHAT311E.M Y6931R-But "'ANQ L rrerxoN A -
: per wage worker was $1.025, as against $1,404 in SORRY Btrl GREET cAR T1c t1P .:. 712yij
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'a' substitute for manual labor is 'undoubtedly a ,

; f.! i cause of the rapid$ ,increasing! wealth of, the 7\i dw+t l '

;country and the 'ananeipation, of workers from ) 1 4a t_
;drugery and heavjpabor. ? 1 'v as s4 Ck '

"Largely th iigh'supply,of adequate" power o I i ..:(
i r {oteftlyapplied by.American genius will this country. o oo a

try ;, i in the eoBtfaff years,', be able to hold her .o f

,Jsifflnj place in the markets ot, the world and of' 1'v /, .
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FMD1T iFTEJl. OO MARCH :;. 1925 THE: FORT LITERS: PRESS. FORT JITERS: FLORIDA' FITE

: FLORIDA COLLEGE and for another seven years occupiedthe J .
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chair of philosophy at the Uni


i NEWS PARAGRAPHS versity.Student Council Likes THREE DOLLAR DAYS 1

". Featherweigth Leaders : .- 1'aa4hr@

GAINESVILLE A new $30,000 ;.::0- .....'1:
home for Epsilon Zeta chapter of DE LAND-Miss Hillis Carmean of
Sigma' Nu fraternity Is under construction Tampa student at Stetson university ...
a short distance. from the here who last Monday became president : Jon
universlty'here.' of the student council. Is thf ; .t
The building Is being erected ,in third! president during the last font THURSDAY SATURDAY : ; ; A-ai"....uv.'.>
FRIDAY
-the (form of the Utter "r* j cig,.'yeira to weijb Je a fi>aa JW poaadf 'n
CffcfrwVkxy vtwnie, 'JIDiJ will whenwnntoXtn and stand Jeaa than fire feet /oegiilJi. < *ns' d i iv
)>>cDb" sleeping. ffaafa.g )> She sets a precedent kw- : .
and living Quarters for the fraternity ever, as to shorn locks as she Is the $ iII v...; El
men, and also library and guest room first girl with,bobbed-hair to become March 26 27 28 A : ,"lit...""' 7to .
t accommodations. The chapter room first lady of the campus. "{.' .,., ,..
and an extra dormitory will occupy Miss. Carmean will fleeced Miss ..'

the third flooi Marie Courson. from,Pennsylvania as! $1.00 Will Buy MerchandiseVorth $1.25 $1.50, $1.75 $2.00 and Even 1 if 1+
The contract for building has been president of the council. Miss Cour .
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let to a Jacluonrille concern. It Is son Is. now serving as an InstructorIn Higher. In Fact, $1.00 Will Buy Anything On This Page As Advertised. \ i \ j

ready expected for that occupancy the building by the openingof will be ble,the'who university.was president Miss nl Mary three years Trib- Come Each Day and Save Money! Hundreds of other Items at Dollar r i I, ==-v t

the.1925 term of school In Septem- ago, is also member- of the faculty Day Savings Not Listed Here. Three Bargain Days. \
ber. Miss Leola King of Sanford. was F I
president In 1923.
TALLAHASSEE-The staff for the Men's and Young \, Men's 35c Lisle Socks I
1925 annual of the graduating class RADIO FASH PAY TAXES: Men's SuitsSpecial
of the Florida State' Shirts I
College for Wo- Aeartat.d Spring Here'l!
men has been selected and work already (Bjr The Pace) I l
BERLIN March %Thirteen mil savings offered -
commenced on'the
current an- \ fine mercerized
Dual volume. lion gold marks about $3,000.000, on all Men's\ Underwear TICSmen's
Contrary to custom this year's staff How into the coffers of the German IS I e Socks, worth 35c 9j 1 1I 1j 1I
Men'sSuits. \
and Young I
was selected from the school at large. postoffice department annually In the (
The following students of the college form of radio license fees. There are All new styles. and to 50c pair every- ==_ i
.. will supervise the publication of th. now 550.000 radio .subscribers each Hosiery
where at Swan's
model. men
1925 Issue: Louise Yarn editor-in- paying two marks almost 50 cents a Every new ,
chief; Margaret Taryan. assistant; month for the privilege of listening Savings for Father will save if they buy
Lucy Crusty and Maxine In. To set radio
< MacLearen. up a without a
associate editors: Lillian Long business license fa punishable by fine. I and Son at Swan's, e =;* these at five pair for .f
manager; .Mary Ruth Murray Dollar Day. $1.00
assistant Helen Palra.Lee park Is! a one hundred and
; Dutton. literary editor ... j
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: ; Annie MacKay. sport editor! eighty acre citrus grove turned Into "
Bill Mac Cormlck, picture editor; beautiful homesltes., :-10tfaIDDIES'COLDS If
Mildred Nix. art editor: Nina Louise MEN'S 75c UNION SUITSHere's TURKISH BATH TOWELS
Byrd. assistant? Harriet Robinson
advertising 'manager and Lesley K should not be"dosed.-Trut Heavy weight double thread
the bargain that
Gray assistant them externally withvicits- mendon't .
and size Bath Towel.
woven )large :
get the chance of
every
DE LAND-I have served too be sold at giveaway
i long to
They're
.... going
In the association of boys to be doomed day! High grade Union Suits-
.. prices 2 for . . .$1.00Swan's
to spend the remainder of my"daysIn 0.-r7Mini..I.,.U-.I rmrtf sells everywhere regular at 75c. $2.00 to $3.00 ,
a girl's school.
This explanation Is given by Dr. price Dollar Day is most VINDEX SHIRTS 10 Dozen i
Daniel J. mocker president of Short- HENRY C. .COOPER for. Women's Silk Hosiery i
> : amazing-2 . . .$1.00
I/ er College Rome, Ga.. for his decision -I
I to-lay..ulde. the administrative REPRESENTING Shirts that ordinarily
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; Special showing high grade
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work of college and return once more.to Seminole
: Co.
class room work. Dr. Blocker: will Realty -Look! Balbriggan Underwear sell for not less than Silk Hose, the kind that women

: have charge of the department of Inc. .. .p $2.00 to $3.00 will go on usually pay from $1.25 to $1.50

j philosophy. at S. Furman C. beginning Vnfverslty with ,the atGreenvllee. All set-Let's Gof! Men\ Your opportunity is here. ... sale at only $1.00. All pair for. Women may choose at

next He school baa: ; been term.In De Land for the Lots of lots. Acres of Acreage. Supply your needs at Swan's. s : are pretty patterns full only, the pair . . . .$1.00 '
Business Locations. Residences. suits the .1 cut-wIth and without
last few :days* visiting friends lie Balbriggan 2-piece : SHEETING
attended Stetson University here .for All money makers. I only offer $1.50 kind, Dollar Day at Swan's collars. Exceptionalone ".
.' : what I. myself am sold .
seven studying the on.
yar3.After at '
University 'at'.Chicago he returned 2-piece suit for . .;.$1.00 ,. values for Dollar Day, .. 36-inch unbleached Sheeting,

J r. at only . . $1.00 0 special selling Dollar Day ''at 7 ;

l ......?I: ..,'- yards for . . . .$1.00

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erg SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! '
AH are' values to 75c-- % I .

Through all-steel equipment of observation A complete line of fine Shoes at i h r

"compartment drawing room,section,sleeping? money saving prices! We can pair-pure thread silk '

'f tlub, and dining cars. Coaches on all train* always save you money on your socks. Men'will save to t

xceptDDOEFLYERandTHEFLORIDAN.DbdeLimiied shoes! Then doubly save,
you remark- buy socks here at 2 New Spring and SummerMILLINERY 0
because they give such ,
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FlJJerJn 4ble long wear. pairs.for' . . $1.00 '

2 New shipment just received, and

'j, is for Bargain
specially priced
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85c Silk Hosiery -.
... Dixie Dixie
'J o:. ... Flyer Limited Root ,. '. Day selling. Come to Swan's and '
.; : L.... Ft Myers E.T. 8:45 AM 40 PI( A.CL ] purchase
.;. '1'.1; ;LT.Jack n vle E.T. 9:45 PM 8 JO AM : I Special selling fine silk hosiery. save on every you -

'.!: '1 .?.:Ac/Macoa ArAlbany..ET....C.T. 3:15 5:45 AM AM 2:00'PM 4:05 PM C.ofOa.. Choose here and save on your '.y ., make. ::

1'! .8S.8T 'Ac.JIb-Atlanta Chat'n'gm.C.T.Ar..Nash'vle..C.T.. 12 835 Jl AM.PM 10:56PM 7:00 PM N.C.&St, : ..I hosiery 'bill. While quantity $3.50 High Grade Hand Towels :

.C.T. 525 PM 3:13 AM. lasts, 2 pair for . -. .$1.00 t; '. BIG BARGAIN SALE
::- .4 .Ar. Evans'vl .C.T. 10:40 PM 85 AM LaN, : STRAW HATS
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XT,:Ar. St. Lotrfs .C.T. 7:40 AM 1:35 PM ,. .. 1: Every housewife needs and
; more
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w :V.Ar. Chicago-C.T. 7:45 AM 4:10 PM C&E1.
r L: ;. Pretty Specially priced for still more Towels! Here's the opportunity -"".

: : 'i', X .'f'" --: f"I'frI'u.erw, ","-nan d Dollar Day Straws to supply your needs,

L. i ; Dress; Ginghams I that have just arrived, at only ,12 for . . . .$1.00

Checks, stripes, plaids, in beautiful bought to sell special at 72x90 SHEETS

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-. Root pattern designs. Ginghams this low price. Men\ will '
K 'fi D L,TFt. Myers E.T. 4:00 PM 8:45 AM .A.c.L.- that women usually expect to -- Blue. bird? brand sheets. A real
i I"' 1Ir.. JacknVle E.T. 90 AM 100 PM IAy..Albany.E.T. ::. :sure effect quite a sa v- .
.' B 2:30 PM 3:45 AM c.oraa.1f. I pay more for! See these on. Dol- .-1 >,' ,,'ing if they buy their bargain at regular price of $1.35.

$.t o --, :" I :lAr.Brm'g'hm.C.T.Xfcr Ar. Col'mbua.C.T.. 10:00 4:40 PM PM 11-JSO 5:5.f AM AM lar Days at only 10 yards straw hats here at 2.25 .. Special Dollar Day's Sale, at }

.'AK I ';'St.Louis .C.T. 12:15 PM 7:30 AM 'I.C.R.R. for ,1.u0 only ,. . . . f .. $LOO
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,Ar. Chicago:..C.T. 4SO PM 8:45 AMt
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f.I: -:' it .,. '0.Wiir..Fort Myers ..;......E.?. 8:45 AM A.CL.- ,/ '.., '. 25c High Grade CURTAIN SCRIMS. Toilet Tissue .;,. .;. T'

? 1. M ".-...-'Afti Lv. Albany JaekaonviBe..LT.........:....K.T. 820PM 1:15.AM v 1 ': ii COTTON.HOSE. -; :;' ". .
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.. .' Ar. -....*.C.T. 45 AM CeGa. i .'' ::, .. ;t : .:-.
A chance to 5c :
savcRegular Quality
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;'' '* :Ar. Atlanta .........;....C.T., 7OO'AM Z.
' r, .A,1 .ArrKnoxvfll* ;,;........C.T. 12 '0 PM LANt4f I. } selling of New Curtains! Make }'
:.... Is AT. Lotritvii*,....,....C.T. 9:15 PMArl f Special : ; ,"J .6y6
r .\. ': Cfacinnad_.m....C.T. 920 PM \, : '. the rooms in your .
PJUt y 1 25c Cotton Dollar Days ,
". M, jBdiaaapoli. ...- -.C.T. ':45 AM J : t ; regular 'YOU" can .' "l\.9
look fresh and .
: t,vwr. ColhlDbus. O..E.T. A210 AM ., : house $ .
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"Ar. Grand Rapids ......C.T. 1:45 PM all l :
.; t"' Clticaco.- ....;...-; C.T. 7:55 AM. : Hose-comes lIT new! Attend Swan'sDollar buy a supply for $1.00.While .

sizes. ; Dollar Days Day Sale and! -
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r DfxieEx1JIrT: buy! fine curtain quantity.lasts,

f : u, .. R _. while they I last,7.'. ;, pairs'scrims.at- only, '10,yds. .

:5 t' j K Lv.Maeon-.v..i..C.Tv JackjoBvBlr.......E.T. A4:45 8:S0 AM'PM A.CL.C-ofGa 't. ,) ". < 1. for .- :. . . $1.00 fOI. . .,. .,$1.00 24 'for .. .. ... $1.00
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\ t" .. TRIP.IT AFTERNOON.,)MARCH:,_l9a.S ,;
< BIZ \ '. .. THE FORT MYE1ZS!; rRESfORT! MYERS.! FLORIDA -
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he mode of coupling etc. impose OF TI IE CANDIDATES
DAYS UNTIL ONE
t 1. Coleman4 A ASIEPT01RD certain restrictions. So the radio tubes I JUST ELEVEN WILL HE TIlE WINNER OF THE1 ESSEX / | 440 acres on Buckingham Road eight |

.' not .. perpetual motion device. HELP ONE OF THEM TODAY V good terms.
I fI miles out. $100.00 acre on |
-4 H! But on first seeing a regenerative | per ,

I Bookkeeping and Accounting PERPETUAL MOTION circuit operate we cannot help thinking Miss Daisy Albritton . ...-139.500 VOTES
of perpetual motion. When weak Mrs. Bondurant,37,2O0 VOTES Road. Good
Margaret
Buckingham |
i I. signals are fed Into a circuit and Mrs Alice Bailey .'. .' IIJJS(? VOTES I 10 acres on

Most everyone knows that the radio -i come out as boomntgly load ones we Miss Ava Barfield, Caxambas ..' |-fr'2JS? VOTES 1 house, deep well and some grove. 5000.. |
COLOMAL HOTEL tube' amplifies the signals that cannot help wondering where all of ( ( VOTES
I Miss Irene Denham . "S S Good terms. |
pass through it. Let us call the current he energy comes from. It is as mystifying -I Miss Hilda Golden . 7. -v . ',0 .- ,?, VOTES |
Telephone'170 P. O. Box 833 entering the tube the "Input cur as the old-time fake counterfeiting Mrs. Edna Prince Gooden ...1' ..-.Uli.OOO) VOTES

Fort. Myers Florida rent" and' the current tearing.. the machine.into which one could Mrs. Neill D. Johnson -.. . -fi'Miss J,0O) VOTES I 100 acres just off McGregor Boulevard, f
tube the "output current"SIGNALS apparently feed an unlimited number . ( .600 VOTES
.,
r I of' one-dollar bills and have ten-dol- Verdie' Langford. ., 58JUOO VOTES 1 4 miles out, just right for subdivision now. -f

.1 I lar bills come out In return. Mrs.Miss J.Nellie F. Tatum Williford .H\_ . 51.1600 VOTES | $850.00 per acre, one-fourth down,' balance, |

"t ueo Masgana Miss Eloise Williams, Punta Gorda '..,300 VOTES | in 6 to 10 years, to suit you. _' 1
VETERINARIANFrench STRIKE JUMPERS RELIEF 1MER1CI 1 (Subject To Correction) )

and American Graduate | See us for City View Park lots. /- |

l'Jr.Rabies Vaccination h tlr ATHENS. Greece. :March 27-A :..:IIlIIIIIIIIIIIIlinlulll11111111111111111111111111111111111.' { : 111Q11111111111711111f111111f11t111! t!. ; I. ,
Furnished
Tags ,railway strike is seriously impeding .
Si ;years practice refugees in = FOR SALE i
relief operations among : -
/1 810 Anderson An. Macedonia. The hospital train operated Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish Bungalow s j PALM\ CITY REALTY CO. f
by the Near East Relief was isolated =

NONREGENERATiVTUaE on a remote side-line for several Tiled Bath, Oak Floors, Cedar Lined'': Closets, s | PHONE 479 L-% *> I 1
when the strike order took

1 1i 1 W, V.,, Smithwick Then Instead of saying that the sl l
Attorney at'Law nal are amplified we may say 'that refugee clothing and agricultural Royal Palm Park. Come in and let us show -
of
American director
The
l.. Boon ''J Slmt Building the: output of a radio tube Is greater:: the applies.Refugee Settlement commission. you-Small payment down easy terms. i=- =FTiitiiMiiMmiiiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" !.!, .!!.!..'.' .!.' !.!I!!.'I!!!iiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiMtiiimFREIGHT !I !.!, !!. !!!.'.
ban Its Input This !la Illustrated in
Fort, )(1enflerlda; Charles P. Howland of New York. f E
the: drawing of the nonregeneratlre .
J' ElREALTY .CO. Inc
1 tube avore. The width of line represents .- was stranded in Larissa when his \ :=- .
train crew Joined the strikers but he
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,the strength of signal. 230-1st Street : FOR ;7-
later resumed his journey on a specIal -
t : Now. Major E. II Armstrong conceived -
Land ,For Sale in iiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiriLeLivccTrains
conveyance provided by the gorrnment. uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
the idea that .If in some way Tampa-Fort Myers\ -Everglades
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; 17' vacuum. tube could be coupled together Steamer
EvergladesLeaves
( ." :: Shawcross & Garmon so as to mutually react on TRICK Oil-Mi CHECKMATED

Pythian Building each other the amplification could Tampa Tuesday and Thursday
be many' times increased.. He called' MONTEVIDEO March 27.-Uruguay -
Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday,and Friday
>' ila! It is I'
: system "regeneration. per- believes it has put an end to .
: ,. ?,."r. ; Palm-Lee Park has an eighty foot hapa easiest to understand this If we fraudulent voting for public officers, Leaves Fort Myers Friday for EvergladesUSE
J)1 bonlerird parked in tn.
; center of
look upon the coupling as a means a practice that flourished exceedingly -
.:(. : with Royal Palms, reaching from Me. actually transferring energy from the and with many ingenious evasions THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION
A. : ;Grrjrer, boBterard to .the ..Tamtam] output circuit to the input circuit In previous elections.

: I.,:Traa. 210tKT : Thus raldo signals pass throughthe I At the recent polling' for national foJVorfk an Est Florida Railroad &
.. Navigation CorporationFoot
-f.: ; tube and are amplified. Then assume senators each voter had to presentan ,

.. that by means of some sort of elaborate card bearing his number i THE SOUTHLAND of Ireland's Dock
ee
i .DBE: H,.'GRACE coupling between the output circuit name and surname and any other PulXMAM. EklMIMO. O..a.ravNN. CAM* AND*Cac*ae
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THKU SLKCPCM TAMPA LAKELAND TO CINNNAUI.DIKSC? Telephone 115 for Rates
DAILY
was .
amplified
and the these
Input circut. Dame by which he known, his
Physician and Surgeon e JACKCONVILLC THRU .
CONNICTIOM; AT WITH O .
I 1 Office 15-16 Earnhardt Bldg. signals are fed back into the Input signature, his photograph and his L.OUICVILLK. IMOIANAPOLI.. CHICAOO.; COLVMSU.; ,.(.... RAPIDS Tj I Ie !

t 1'I .House 147' ?Woodford:Ave.I circuit and sent throught the tube finger print. L LT.. lamp Lakeland 124SPM 11::00t.t Ar.Ar. Lousmlle Indianapo \V U(9 C aS:45 PM AM Bus Service to Everglades, Daily Except.Sunday via
2 again, to be further amplified You e L.. S JO PM Ar. ColuntbosJ I-*:la AX Estero
'j Telephone 88-Office rings I JackaonnH* Bonita Springs, Naples, :Marco..and Qaxambas
Home 3 rings might picture the signals going around e Ar. Kaox>aie 12-40FM: Ar. Grand JUprfaW E1-4SPM : ? 4
i Ar. Oncinnati 9 JO I'M Ar. OiK-airo. .r 7 41 AH '
this 'J ..
: and around through the tube. in Leaving 8:30 -- -- -
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t' WINTER ST. LOUIS EXPRESS \ /, ,; i
.t', way. each time being' further amplified DAILY YCAM,ROUND SLlE: INO CAN ScitvicckTO'*T.Louw! > .
r. i; Palm-Lee ,Park baa hard-surfaced the whole action taking place in S e La. Ja. ck.u.vu. aW I'M Ar.' Nashnil* \ 1:JOPIMI( Subject to Change without Notice 1 t
i Streets five foot cement sidewalks, e Ar. ilmvomcry 8 40 AM Ar. Evaiuvill I W 125A554 :
; so short a time as to be practically .RESIDENTS Ar. New Orlcan 9:45 PM Ar. St. Low'' \ 740fAM'
; ". eltdrlo] lights,and '--water' eft every instantaneous A drawing of such aW Ar. Birmingham, 12:1$ PM Ar. Ciicaco JO:35tAM. TAMIAMI TRAIL TOURSInc.BjagBJMMNMSHBHSBBBlBBlBMBaniHBWslSBVMi. x
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7 ; We write Burglary Insurance < DAILY TRAINS TO Haw OHLCANS: W /. i
W which projects ;your dwelling e AND DiNtMa CAM i'i"niiHiiiiiuinuiiuiHUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiii' { ]
Lv. Jackso..iil. 12 jj PM 8JS PMAr. aWAK :
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and contents against loss or : Peaaeola 11:1$ PM :OOAM 15S PH A "IIJI""I""I
A.. I*..White. VAtTRICH'ATRER3. damage from burglary; or theft Ar. Mobile 2:55: AM 1:40 PM 2U AM : i
j Jamei C.:Pinner' t tiff whether or' not the premises Ar. New Orl..... ins AM 4.50 PU 6SO ,
;;. LEE: COUNTY ENGINEERING CO, i DIXIE FLYER. AND DIXIE LIMITE* l
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are ccnpled. DOUBLC .DAILY rn- -.M>A.LAKCLAMO T | :
'I- 1 Civil end Structural BnctaMraCmmltbic e :Royal Palm line I
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Engineer em Pralmac* .. i
R : I .Bridge*. ysIa, d Structural. Wort $1,000 Policy, 1 year, 'IUO, :. L*. Taitips No &.12:IS r... ..(, .....pa-awr&C5;. 101:30 .11 I.. I I t
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"1, i1 1 = tCC.ntr4tetee ;2 regenerative {radio tube 'la show Insurance Agency "
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;. above.. and underneath It Ja showna | RaYAL.PALM'1( .: i< |
1 I 3 a Brick: aad ,TU*,Boactlows E CroiU-y regenerative radio set, a
"".... '.-.. 5 a'SpeclaUy s- simple regenerative radio set. -.- 5

; a Is this the secret of perpetual motion 1 ,= ,, operating on.a E
-y]lid.}b>Wd'aAbataattgiyt" ?.H( the signals keep going around
i Box W7-Ftrt: Mreri and '''around through the tube, will :
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they not get Indefinitely; stronger I
; .h1 iiniiuiiiniiiiiiinnimiWinifHiiiiiiiMiHoffman I Gb Home the Velum win I
1 and atrongerj, even if we stop feedingany1 .
more signals into the circuit Of i
W'W = Leaving.Fort Myers Mondlly. W Bros.CoBtraeton course as la every; other supposed, : = p.
i;::. .: 1 i .', case of perpetual motion, when we' ,;: ,; =_ m. Reaching St.. Petersburg; 7 o'clock and Tampa at..9*o'clock s
the -
t ::1! : and BilUcn analyze the action carefully enoughwe .::'!"..... = following morning. : ::

f: }! )Mt.J-tIJt\AT*.' find that it la.not perpetual. motion ., 5 Lea'VID.gTampa Tuesday and.Thursday afternoons at.S p. m. 5
;=k.t, 't ) Fort ]Hjtn, Fluid at all. _= and Sunday mernlnc at 8 a.: m. St, Petersburg; two boors later. S

The energy for; amplifying the 6'II. = Comfortable staterooms all opening.on deck., =
signals must come from somewhere.; ,
: Pal.LM Park lure already Wendj. It is supplied by a battery; in the out- = '. Excellent Dg ftrrlce out.OU.ottJwraAnd. crew 5

':f;.'r; "jt; ed .. f-o: .ef lnaa4nt Fort' Xyen put circuit, called the, "B* battery.' =_ % rare one way Including meals and birth '$10.00 _=_
;'; people 11'1. teT*' 'purchased '0.... The amount of energy that
..1"" alien! >. 19. tf. can supply U limited.,That aloneis y.kI -. .i =sS =
sufficient destroy the possibility .

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; Dodd Roofing Co. there are other limiting factors. .. -CO.
: The characteristics ot the tube Itself, -
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: ,FBmT AFTERT00f.AdRCII! 2:. n.; THE FORT 3TTERS PRESS FORT MYERS. F10RIB.C SETTSff

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.i 1'LAY <.lWC\U l UIW."Il.\'fW'<
I ITIILETHS hTAKT- to be held late in November at a DaughterCan c
i Rejoices
ADVERTISING RATES'I TO IMTIATE: : POOR liOUFSContinued
CLASSIFIED
IO.WEVr.iRI: JICP.SETS.1Tl'RUti) : place yet to be chosen will be the I I 1
Personal Mention
I j t 'RATES L IN THESE COLtnlXS VARY FROM 10 TO be FOR EACH WORD I I MORM>G ( from Page 1) national speed contest for seaplane Resume Studies :

s ," .EACl11SSVE. ACCOnDl TO THE IZ&.OF TYPE YOU SELI:Cr. In addition to the second Gordon
I In 1I.tme the' .. can Legion, of Fort Both i :
,4 word Include Myers.
4 tbe
"'"Or "For P.ent.'allted..- ld Jt
include '
i z led 1adude al.o the etA? Bennett cep event a rca.: wiy -j Everything my Utftte u-.e.
name .M addrees er box number. -P. Haveman of Chicago laI (coat uled from gage 1) Chef de Care Manox and Post Commander J
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&-Pt type Ilk. thin 1 cent 'word for the Zenith Cup contest at girl ate distressed her: even a glass :
each
day ranged a trip that will
here the occupy a week Dudley Geddes are emphatic
looking ever city.
' Sept type like thl.! ,-} cents Parts. July 4-i: Iftteraartotd Avia-' of wat ** wfcuM cause hr to belch
I a word {or each day. I to reads home hoping to be acclimated : in their desire that it be known that

8-pt type i Ilk, thin, s cent m word'or each day. F' X by the time we get there. i the La Societe is an adjunct to the tlbn Meet at Zurich August 21-23: gas and she was unable to go to t

10-pt tjpe'like this 4 -1l1ss Minerva Sands of Chicago "It has been so >and the Beaumont Cup at Intres school for nearly a year. I bought
cents a word for each day. g warm down here i American Legion aud In no way France October IS, the international Wonderful ;
topt.type like this la here; on a pleasure trip.J. like a July day in Philadelphia that I supercedes it. Voyayageurs :Militaire her a bottle of Mayr's "
5 cents a word for each day. speed contest for tend planes. i! Remedy, and since taking Is she"' J*
'
1UNIXUY the players couldn't help but get into are first of all members of the Le-
RATE' I home and I
J u.....**0 aaver"n nt will be taaerted for lese than X cents, for first InserALTERNATE S. Lee of Orlando Is spendinga shape quickly. Our only injury in ,gion. As "40 and Sel'Sthey are I I eating H attending us out school of house again and- It is asimple J

DAYS lew day in this city. camp is Stan Baumgartcer. has pledged to be good Legionniare and tbat-re-
harmless preparation
: Advert'-ment. ordered to run on alternate day. win be -1-1 a sore arm. Heimach expects: to pitchin ,
ant charged do all possible to promote the welfare -
poor ward. the
t. ID addition I from
tot, a regular the catarrhal mucus
rate moves
oil 6 .
point and 1
jpe. cent
per went on -4'1'' 11I_ -W. O. Peoror of Carroltown. a
moth.Pre of the organization. WANTED CLEAN '
: COTTON
taaamImatton -
,. TERMS ..pert. Bright I : intestinal tract and allays the
Cash Kentucky is a business visitor here. As Legionnaires it U their duty to practically. all3tom.ach.
l la advance which causes
I can't see
NoUce-No: "Crd Of Thanka'" or "n-UlIOD. Inserted '---- anything ahead but be good citizens. Fort Myers can RAGS j liver and intestinal H-
for less thus bright Of AT ONCE PRESS OF I
U,04I'For of Miami prospects. course you never I
-Mrs. Edith M. Hipsley well welcome to its midst La Societe appendieitta. bee
= your own protertkm. brine .d'e9*blDC ln eorreetly type ltten can tell, what may happen. We merely I intents. including
7 Thin paper 18 not responnible for mistakes : visiting in Fort, Myers. which throughout the nation bas refttfdjrd. -
advertisements dose wHl convince or money
telephoned In. hop for the best, that's t
FICE.
5 -+-- my slogan. Its worth both to the Legion
proven Hunter's Drug Store and. d$U -
1 want to thank the
-J. A./Horde of Saint James Is In people of Fortflyers and the communities in which it exists. I gists I e"r whH'e. I '

I town for m.' few days. for their courtesy and hospitality :,;
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS ::1 and I hope we> will continue to ; ; ; i ,

earn their approbation. IIIii1111111iililiiNliliiliiiIIIIItlliU2ulii111iilliliiili! I I I llilliiiillllllllliilllilllllliilllllulllII I I
For Sale-Rough' ludicr : .VtHYOIiiB wants his own horn W* -Air. and Mrs. Bozeman of Miamiare .
direct rroiu j 1 1. Clu>' sell you on. on small payment '"We are all looking forward to the AVAIIO T Pl '
the sawmill to here on a pleasure trip.II. IIPUiefOR1925J I : .. \
t Job anywhere In 1 P I down awl balance like ""'t. Semites l.I l. trip back next year and I wouldn't : .. -: .
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and Realty. Company Inc. 130 First I 'r
around Fort M er.. See us before street. be a bit surprised if 'we brought '
'a 7011' bu). Whitaker &, Clifton. I I! 2-n-tfc. A. McManua and wife of Tampa bunch of winter residents with a" .i ;.
I s us. =
4 Auto Exchange. l-7tfc. : are in the city for a few days. I .
FOR REPAIRS JOn furniture and The Athletics are set to start the .

houM-uold, utrnsll.1 CO to Wine's Repair season right now. The infield of Hau- KEEPING AT IT '
FOR SALE-a Chevrolet bought Slop on Short Street South of A. -II. K. Botts of Lakeland Is here j

first of February, run 2000 miles, in c.Myers Lv and Boulevard crossing East Fort this week visiting friends.J. ser. Bishop Calloway and Dykes has :J-11-1JU pulled some sparkling plays. Gallo .'.... i = = \:
I WASHIXUTO.V. l:1r'hA. -
perfect condition tire. ,
spare owner = = .
has erred
Get the view from my hill top at way frequently but he has tion events In the Unlt'jt States and
going north. Price 450.00 cash Box Bowers Campbell is In Tampaon
amuaa tbt4 finest thing in all c..X'1 tried hard to get into the playing form : !
the
abroad this as l listed by not bo able .
205 care-.Press office. 3-23Ctp. and one that will soon bo the most business.J of 1322 when he year Even though you may
was considered
able Uoud roads HOT \Vatsun. the National Aeronautic association, will .
ambaa 324Ctu.opport .x-I best shortstop in the American to trace sales directly to t
I your
FOR SALE-La. lot 1iOI: 140. East : W. McWilliams went up to keep sportsmen in this field: well occupied any
facing, close to river ltardeurfecedetreet. Ten DaJ' ,.. 1 League. !
beautiful IM the Press
Jacksonville advertising
sidewalk, sewer, water etc. Snap aces near ulga. rlvt-r' and Dixie yesterday.Miss Red Smith and Sammy Hale sit on present
at ;1160. Easiest:: term. Press Box 21g. way for i3zuah oak High-j The National Championship Balloon -
: 3214tcFOR Aydelott. the bench with longing eyes, ready to will find by keeping it con-
homa, Tenn. -: I Margaret Anderson of Bristol race, to be held' May 1 at St. you I
..... '! .". I hop into the breach should one of the 'Me.
Joseph.- will be elimination =
aq for
BALE-Dandy, fine B-room bou_ Practice nukes perfect but .who' Ten!!.. was here yesterday.II. regulars slow up or become injured. contest to decide American competitors sistently your total volume

Lot Mxl&O. New and an well built a. wants to be a perfect liar i I This the '"
keeps regular infield the will show"an increase
:
can be dona.'Eaat' Fort Myera Small ii M. Piper of Bristol. Tenn.. i quar- for the Second Gordon->o1 year
down balance like rent. Semi- i tet on their toes and they 1
payment are! playing *> June 7.
at
ole Realty Company, lac. Fhone 621. Aa a rule as you look so are you came yesterday for a few days visit. bangup ball. i tt cup race Brussels over that of last year and your
J-17 tfc. The original Gordon Ber.net cup ra'ewas
". looked upon i i flitting Hard and lilies
inaugurated in 19US. the American competitor's who took space at
FOR SALE 5 swarms of bee In standard -Fred E. Franklin has returned The outfield of Miller Simmons
hives $Ji.UO; Inquire 1201 Cot- and selective race being started in
tat street S-ZS-Jtp. People who talk in their sleep From a business trip to Tampa. Lamar has frequently demonstratedIt spasmodic intervals
19 FOR SALE: Suburban tome and should tell .the truth while awake. i iI has a real batting punch. All have National Championship American I i i

-Ross Wills, of Saint Louis, came been hard and
chicken farm. Extra> goal five-room I hitting often. The best loon race will\ be awarded the Litch-
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house rarace. chicken 1. brooder few visit.
yesterday for a days right fielder in the league.
house. On& acre of sround. House fully Doug field trophy. ', One or two insertions mayhelp
furnished. Come In and let as snow you. Welch sIts near the water cooler be- Entries for the Jacques Schneider, '

Seminal.....L Realty Company. -. 23zlQ Arcade Theatre --W.'-A. Mitchell of Sanibel. ash&re cause he lacks enough ambition to Maritime trophy contest at Balti very little, but if your message is =

FOR SALE 1.2M acre of land on county -I JiATTKllAY yesterday. get out and busllo. more. Md., October 21-31, thf Inter-I constantly driven home there is t
Welch! howevc.bar. 1 hud
road only three mile out. ll&O per' : a changeof national seaplane speed contest
acre. One-fifth cash, balance to suitpurchaser. i-Frank Oalligher. of Buffalo;' N. heart this year ;,au ;is yearningto close) April 1. England was forced bound to be results which can be

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Inc. M* First Seminole street.' Realty' S-2T Company tic '; WUiam: Fox V, is here for a short stay. : play every day He bas trained out of this race last year because of I. converted into ready cash. [ 1
and :Mack has
faithfully
promised an accident to its entry and Italy = .,
SALE wire-haired Fox
FOR terrier pups.-redlrreFd 3 month old. Two mak-s -J. A. Lynch of Council. Ga_ Is a him another chance \if any of the regular withdrew but both have announced -- =--

IM.OO each. Two female 435.00 ach. Cy.' AMESaI [ new arrival In the city. fly chasers develop housemaidsknee their intention to enter this year.

pone Lode. Naples Via. 3.11tfcFOR or other ailments. The Pulitzer trophy race the international I The continual "drop drop drop"will 4

'. 8.ALE-tO acre tract 1-2 mile frontage -Mr, and Mrs. II. L. Haines of French and Bagwell are trying to "derby of the land .

acre.' on Term Naple.if desired.Bay. Price Address$225.00 R.per B. 1. UVEFRtVOOD Jacksonville are visiting friends la: crash into the lineup and there is planes," to be held between September I soon beat down any resistance -

8u>rter. Naples. Fla. J-ll-29 tp. the city.T. so much talented reserve materialfor 17 and October 3 at a yet undecided = your product meet in
may
FOR SALE-or rent I& acre all In Grove ) '' J\!, ) every position that Mack Is at a place will also close its entries I

full bearing; with modem bungalow on H. Radford and W. II. Law- loss to figure out about his surplus April 1. the community.! Press advertisements
hard road. I mile from city limit P. \
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'). Box 161. a-lt-tfc. \\\ro/ce; : mm otncotua line of Odessa Ga.,. are here attendIng players. Events for which no dates have yet will help to put the JOb.

to business. Fox and Cochrane form the reserve been set are: Liberty Engine Builders -

'For. board Sale-and One batt"electric,,". generator for private swltch-electric \ AJ JK e oJTDoctl catching strength and there are trophy. Aviation Town and Coun- .over and bring! more dollars in 5I (

light plant. In cood condition. lira ten pitchers to be carried with Gray. I
Walter Medas of New Haven try club of Detroit trophy. Detroit
pocket in the long
Harvey C. Gerber, Naples t-24-ttp. your rim.
Copp.,. is here for an indefinite I Rommel Baamgartner and Grovesas News Air Mail trophy, Rickenbacker
FOR 8ALK-If :you'can wear pair of the mainstays and Harriss. Meeker -
length 'o; time. Light Airplane trophy. Stout Model
of HUNTEDWOMAN
narrow> seven you can buy a pair
..." men' shoe at Tamlnoaean Kroa. Stokes. Glass. Walberg and Willisas Airplane trophy. Mulvihill Model Airplane I I
for IJ.OO.' Come quick before the pair is secondary considerations.
old. :Main street a-24. -C, B. Rocho of Los Angeles CaLla trophy aad the Dayton Daily
spending .a" few days here on a "It looks like a great team** muses News Light Airplane trophy. F

t. ::, .FOR ,RENT combined .business and pleasure trip. Connie Mack. "and it may surprise. The Curtiss Marine Flying trophy. UuiiliiiuliiHUHIBfiiiililnlniHiuuiiiliuHllIllfiilfiiiumiii I ( illiuiiuluuiitRUUiffut
I Depends on everybody hustling getting -

FOR RENT-* room unfurnlahed houee -H. B. Turner of Eatauka. Ga. a winning spirit like' Washington .- .- -

Eaat fort Myers.: Apply. PolwttiaPUR had last and soine of the
an. I-l&-tfc. was here today attending to business. year
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!; young pitchers-doming thrvugh.
RB.VT-Ono tarn furnUhed down-- ,
1 JOHNCONWAYCIECriT : the
Against Milauieg. yesterday
stairs ateeplnaroom, acnwu from ..
courthouae- Garrett .t. -t:- t ,pyodadba .-M, L Scale of 'Tampa has been Mack had no difficulty flaying the

-'- .. completely farnUh- her for several, days attending to shoots of Dixie Walker Sanders, former -
v -eed-Very desirable location Apply Mo.klanon '" business' Phil and Edd lman,-a'big south
i Ofttce.I54tp..
Real Estate
Good
paw. Milwaukee started out to mas- FurnitureY
Y
.JOlt RE. FurnUhed bedroom. Use of sacre the lacks, and compiled a big
Oar..... Box W Pren Office 211Ito.'r Ceorge R. Tackle and wife'"returned' I
lead but Joe Hauser and Simmons
to their' home In Detroit.

;'. ,rOR.RENT. -Yenr: alee rooms.. by Mich.: this. mornings .,:: t > got' working won witl(their bats and the "
week>r, month. 148 Lee SL 1-11tte Macks handily.

. ', FOR RENT Reoms at 40*t Seeond. ilLf' -'V. 8. Dunston will be In town Slim Harris and Roy Meeker' after all is what makes II

i i'., ,astte.FOR for several days transacting busi yielded six of the Milwaukee runs {; 'j.g
J J but Sam Gray'finished in whirlwind -1. j
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; RENT!: Store on Blake street. John ness. < ; *
:' :' :F. BarHeaon at Fort dyers Whole.1. r t rtl.gyllotrettatlsee '! 'R style ,and fanned five batters. a'ouse a h.:,' I

-. Grocery Company. SWtfe.FOR > 81 Igltt. 1f' -' .
-Miss L. E Lynch and Mrs. K.
:. RENT-Room* by day or week. j' Auib i lonn 1e3cJ I l BRADENTON MAN .
to f
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,.. Balkema of Council Ga.. came .. i,1
'Two blocks from Fo t Office 101 See f .,.

k y and street comer of Oarrelt. X-ZC-tfc. 1- ,- Fort Myera Thursday-for..a short stay 'FOUND GUILTYBy :: .:r& )1 ,- ,};:: I

FOR RENT-Until November lit.als
rooms furtiiahed bungalow Large --Mrs It. L. Watkins of this cityIs
"; screened porch,,' 1224 Monroe street. IN (' rRT IW AID FOR LEEI'UL'NTY. spending a few days In Saint ( The Auorlated Frees .
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J-2S-31P. 8T4TE OV r'LORIUA.
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27. John J.
IN ('"ANt'ERY. I Petersburg visiting friends. BKADKNTO.V. March -

BILL FOR DIVORCE Lamb, real estate operator of this

.,:, WANTED JESSIE V. tlF..ADLEJ. :;. Complainant city was found guilty ot murder In .. ;
Vemus -V..WWay has returned to MilwaukeeiSHe .....- iI1iF1'v
'J.I' B. J. JtEAItl-RK, IVfendanL .' him ; I
-.ANTEP-Rea1 good I common labor. has been looking alter the 'first degree by jury trying .-
.
_r Apply ready for work at 'verJJt the above styled cause that the renldvnc Fort Myers.interests for a few weeks. :
'*lades.Cullier; county, Florida. W. H. of B. J. Headlve U Blacaatoue. n1., .,....' Harold P. ,Cat a at the Intermediate t D
that he ia the dcfeudaut, in the above ,
,
: J4tfaWAJ
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Brown. here January
school grounds on !
,. styled manse: that therein 'no pM-eoa In -Mr. and Mrs. John H. Caldwell. I
.'t! ED--0a. two-horse wagon. Must the Stat of Florida service of subpoena 32nd.
Miss M. 1. Caldwen and Miss Mabel
would bind the Defendant
whom sahl
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} condition and cheap for upon
be
in good The was out twelve hours.
Jury
Fla. i that the said Itefendant t. ever the Caldwell. of LaBelle were in the city !
aslL, W F. Mathers. Fort Myers
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J-21-tto kg* of tt-one yean; IT IS THEREUPON The Jury recommended mercy. ;: 'ia,.ii :
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:..f- i ORDERED: that Bald Defendant yesterday. # td ;i jftJJ/[
l 1' t*,. and he ia hereby required to appearto =- -.'
\VAJJTKD POSITION-Eipertenced geeoral --
.*.. merchandise salesman wants work. I the Bill of Complaint on or before BODIES FOUNDIN .131 1t
'i Box- tl care Press. }-I -2tp. Monday. April Cth. A. tit. 1I! 25. otherwise -F. J. Wtsner. Mr and Mrs. R. P. 1f
the allegation of the said Bill will be Weber and.eljsa Rita Weber;of.New :TANK CAR /1 ,
i taken aa contested by the said defendant.
WANTED good Quit
t- BOARDERS.location and-with ...-Ivate family reasonable IT IS FURTHER ORUEHEl*, That thin fork City, came :yesterday to make
price. ;la>tuin* F. B. Vaughn at Order ba published In the Fort Myers Fort'Myers a'visit.
: }' Office .- .. -2 -tfc 1 read a newspaper of general circulation BATON ROCGK. IA. March 27.- y
published in Ue County. Florida. -- .
DONE; AND ORDERED AT Fort S// The bodies of two Identified men'sera -+
BOARDERS WANTKD-At 21S Garrett -W. H. Ilearn and W, Waite oBenton' :
Jot,_ Florida on the 6Ui day of February in Ni
Street. Good meals and room. $11 W discovered an empty gasoline -
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.par }, .. .1 J. P. GARNER tank ear.when the car was e
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WANTED-To trad equity Opened for cleaning
I' ; lot 'tor good 'car. Address Box by MILKS WARREN home
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Clerk
tic Deputy i.-- returning
Press
,xYZ car (SEAL) of Circuit( Court I I'f
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WANTED> -}4.00II.M loan on Fort Myers ClII-I. 1J. 20. 27., &-2.. 10.KOTICE -Mr., and Mrs. R. W.' Reid and I IMf. bama where it '

; residence with two large Iota Ampletit OF SPECIAL: LEUISIuiTIOX: ud- Mrs.1 'K. E, Cleveland ofJackaonvillJlhavo'arrived I a load of oiL -
,Hcurlty. Box 183.. JIFltc.t : :
to spend a -x.t-:
t.Ii Notice U hereby given that application Man has a new substitute for tea -
help with chili "
White to 'Palms .
''"WANTED- girt will be mad to the State few days in the City ; '
Legislature .
h j ofN",. Phone 41 -4 rings -n-'U which convenes on the first Tuesday -* --- and'coIee. but tea and coffee packers I

-1 WANTED Foye"vllouae. after the first Monday in April n 2j have been using substitute for : _
White waitress at .
-U. Koehler Tampa who has "
for the passage of the following proposedlaw .

'..1< son ......Apply. Mrs Johnson. US Jack327itp. -, -AN: ACT ENTITLED AV ACT. ESTABLISHING been .spendl :Beveral days in For years. .Y Whether you're building a new home or just refurnishing -

} A BIRD RESERVATION! TORE Myers will return to his home today i 'a flat or'apartment-emu1at the blue bird! Build .
should
furnished cott dealers
for coal
WANTE1>-to en KNOWN AS THE TAMIAM1 BIRD *'- Some,of ..the "
i}: .:here Man t for within summer city 'limlta.lox 211t by couple car Prsas to be RESERVATION IN TUB COUNTY OF : I wends their weighs. for happiness! A house without the essentials !of !comfort .

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of Florida ) it with flow
State : Trouble with saying
: LOST Section 1..A bird Reservation to be turned to his home this morning at and'a roof I Good furniture is whatreally makes ji ', ,.
J ers Ja you must keep repeating.One
the TAMIAUI BIRD RESERVATION
; known -
la hereby created in the county ter'spending a delightful winter in house a home, and since you live with your furniture ... .
with as If you want the limits and boundaries this, and other"south 1
J. ; Fla. cities.
14ST your property Of I.- wltllhl
.It sold Seminole 'lUalty.Company.. as hereinafter described, to-vltt All that thing about a crowded streetcar .. such a long times: why not invest in real'quality at, out.. 'f:

s ,;fan. PboM (21.,. J-U-Uo.-, portion of lee County, In the States ; IB it la much:warmer. low Substantial I "dividends" irT r 1
LDL Florida' lying' "went ana south N StateReeds -W, I'. ,Franklin who has been interestingly prices }

.).Osr-I.arg.'black opera glassea about mid on Number Five and be Tweaty-Reven. confined to, hla home. for several when satisfaction will .thus be yours for years to comely.! ." :
,. ''t. Sanibel boat. i weeks ago Socttoa X That It shall unlawful to The diplomatic thing to say <.f\<. .r
.: tHe' of Februaryg.Pres. Reward if returned to kill. bunt' trap. destroy by anymeans days with an attack of Illness was ( :-"Are trying to
she Is is.
Office, I.I-- te whatever, within the limits of the. Tami- dieting you
able to be out for the firs: *"
1 ami BirdReservation provided for ia yesterday reduce your weight or gain weight
I ; .],pST-On. brown and white otter. Glp. section 1 of this act say bird wild turkey time;;
duck. or any wild birdor '
., ? IBsoear .black carrion setter.taW wild fowl of any kind, deer or tquirreL'at Uneasy lies the head |hat wears a r
: ; b::t slim. aeA San'. of any time, and that there shall not Mrs, Lena\ S. Foster of Fineland
ti- P. Gy OD collar. Notify Gays Laundry hereafter within said limits be any open frown.
f.. ; laHtc.If. season for deer came birds or birds or came to. this city to' visit, her bro I
I!: fowl of any kind except 4opvctk lowland ; her' 'rankSmith who carried 7 NOTICE.' Robb &
; Myers ) was. An Interested Its.the administration Co.
0 'LOST-On Punta Oorda-Fort any person who at any time violate persons Stucky
,, oneOoodyear hospital. .f the estate of W. H. N. Knapp
!: road Thursday afternoon the provisions of this law shin to the Lee Memorial Sunday -
?! .*ism t4.4 Llh- I upon conviction be punished aa hi now will take notice. that oa th* lithday
H:t 'JralSward-.Notlfy.A.I T. Toung. Pimtatiorda. I provided by law for violations of the night Mr. Smith's' condition .is .f May, IMS. at 1* o'clock A. )L. I will
: WT-Zp. OanM Laws of this Stale. slightly Improved. present all accounts and ether matters
I i Section X It shall be the duty of the connected with the admialatratioa of
Couutjr GommlssMMiera of the county ot mid estate to the Hon. N. STOUT.
7' .FOUND, lee to poet at various places ou the PROSE EXECUTIVE DIES i County Judge of Lee County/h. II at
Tajniami Bird Reservation provided for I fcia Office In the Court House la Fort FURNITURE--RUGS.-VICTROLAS
;.i! Can blacll: 'bouD4t lu-this-Art, BoUcs t. the publtc showing i Myers. Lea Co8Dl)- Florida 'and ask for l J :-.
.roUNJ-.Ca. Eai1t1R-sad ,fop this that -hunting ia permitted wr saidreservation ATLANTA.* rMarch' '2TJ." Epps a'foul discharge for such administration. t
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i J-1J-tL and warning tne public I. .. This Uta. day of March 1921.:
--ail a1 tbe Press Ottto6. against violations of this law. Brown chairman of the board of directors NANCY C. KNAPPAdoluistratrlx

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Month End Specials
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., Let your hair grow long Schenck. It ia an adaptation from
the stage hit of the ztpt THREE DAYS ONLY
-- The long-haired girls| | bare dlsapP same title. Wallace .

,l .' .- >>eared from Hollywood, according MacDonald\ la Nonna'a leadingman. .
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to Frank Boraate. who directed r, wr..tr Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
Norma Talmadge in The Lady.1 ." .

.-1; Borzage recently tried to find TV* and Tw Male Few", But ,t. a 4x' I 11f. 'J'
,. :&\- thirty actresses with long hair to We ar* constantly reminded ef t tt "...., ->.. .-.
flay chorea girls of the 1900 period George Ellofa naughty formulation of
.la The Lady. But In all Holly- I< ,
crtelnly' make four but that a gentl T' :
jwood he could not find thirty pret- I '
,,tty actresses with long hair. So he nan will not press the matter toots .- !
o! Dually wu compelled to take thirty Jnaepn UiCabe ) J 1'1 .... I t
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."t. n Hollywood these days" says Bar- Use The Press,:\Want'
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.,: BY HARRY R'HUNT.NEA aa.-wi all isms MrllG.gt7 en z: :4

t ........ Wrtter j jWASHINGTON ( dMt : e
Hue 'baa Warrv I* BO nor popular with
.. a tot of lbs older ItepubucBn W18C
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win b* said i irl :
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a to line iafioeoo of "parttaaaahlp' -
MJeblpJa rpraantarhm in Consgrew ai'V Nys fi E r
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Baoato ta rwto rejwtlac the sash !: .'
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;,10 lie Dotted. Brats attorney ... turned tbamb dw on htm. r lt oN 3 J

1 eraLTb ODe staunch O. O. P. publication
cry of parttoanehlp'' la which mad a poll of BapubUcaaaaaatora.
aaUy ...-. It Is difficult to ratio reported that only five 'I
*. It" a chart that eutty : mmbra could .be rvKMared as' -
I .. stabs tb* public attention and. ota-tuxl-out Warren *upportra.Th SMART high boots of kid are qualities and the correction: worksas YOUR OPPORTUNITY
In lbS absence of a full underataadiac ether I.. th. Inference far' quite the season's sensation In if by magic-unseen. Thick
1 of a. given situation la tat. wr rating tor him bcu** footwear, for they answer the demand and heavy ankles occasioned by In going through our stock we find-that we have accumulated -
likely! to b* aeeixd by' the public of party rvsTulartty.' on the theory the constant wearing of low shoes
aa tb* chief but on which GIll>>' that th* ....*..Dt ought to have of women for shoes that are become: trim and slender without from three to twelve pair lots of high class
,two to'founded.I a few band la, naming his owt both comfortable and stylish. Their I
I I' It la, moat pfObaM tbat the cabinet.IP : forfeiting a moment of chic. The ladies:.footwear. This accumulation has occurred since
initial appearance on the avenue shoes In this photograph of
are
eouatry BOW lien... and win coottnu sale afew; months which .
to tettev* that partisanship ,.nothing .-. the reault baa created: a flurry-first of curiosityand beige kid combined with black: kid our ; ago, you mxdoubt.t attended

wast tb* cootroUna factor In the &bat.at.. then of approval until now I ramps and heels and they lam to and will long remember because of the !many values we
atruccl war tb* Wars appototI :party' _11'0IIbe prasldnntwa they are not an uncommon accessory the new fourteen Inch hem line.
mat aid to bold la tb* aw 8nat of the street ensemble. Quite : The straight silhouette of the season offered. We are going to clear these odd lots during
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i ?bat'tt was a tmetor. BO OB* who fcaa goo camnMMlnc befar different from the high shoes of_ Is 'carried out to perfection in
these three and for
days three
the low
days only at
taws poituca and busies natur any tegtalauoo baa baA brougbt old these are not stiff or binding' this street ensemble. Since: Paris .
Will doubt. baron teat body. for they',are fashioned of soft pliant -i has decreed that rich shades ot price ...." ,
But that It was tb* cootrollln: ,rot aot only did th. tour -tn- kid, the only leather that Is brown shall predominate In furs 0'""
tector., aoyen who foUowd tb* '81IrPP"" who bare beau capital flexible enough to conform to the and fabrics this entire costume II $4 ;95 : I
development of tb* fight wlttprtvatty -' from |b* O O. P. family by the lines of foot'aDd ankle. Like the fashioned ID\ shades of golden :
If Bat pubUcly-dnyTb '- 8nat caucua-LA ToOaU, Ladd.
'quaation that should al- Frailer and Brookaan -, vote popular French boots they lace brown. The'long kolinsky coal Also during this three day month-end special we will sell our entire s
War* be hatencaa acalnat tb* vtow snugly up the inside so that the which wraps* closely I; around! th '
against tb prMfctonf dMrwt o*> stock of "Black Cat" hosiery-or better known, as Allen A Hosiery at :
..._ fastening ia practically InrUIble. figure is self la Its ;
aMt tb* 44 vote against Warrao' stn bat others atppd out sufficient grace
shoes considered not fsl of $1.69.In this lot you will find numbers .that formerly. sold for as much; ,,
wars purely partlaaa vote la ld of tb* party lineup to record theftoppiMtnoo. High are pattern diagonal stripes. The ,
4 To' what decra* wen Ute SIT Th*** wr: Bon, only smart by ,womenlof) discrimination small felt hat: 'with just .'..i ue.-' as $3.50. : t I
i *<*a cue favorably to Mr. Wan Oouaana. Bowan. Johnaoa. Nor- but beneficial 'aa well. lion of a bd..fat tied In t wG-t ned v This three day period wULbe4he time for'you-to;, buy your-footwear' s
ran tnflunc by' similarly peril beet Norrto and liralaetar. Women Instinctively: Question style golden brown and beige satin rib needs'at cost 'and below cost for Easter.
aaa oonldratloa r* With 8blpsta4. a FarmLaborecnator. If It embodies correction but this bon' harmonizing with the beige
Tb. truth would be. of course this makea A total of 1> hoe successfully combines theaa kid nf .h.. fc...-
that partisanship played equally aadominant votes that nay aa they .....,... *xrcu > The Heitman
a pan la tb. alba to put 'a veto on admlalatratioaptena. .1 Clothing Co.
Kt 'Warrv* .acroaa aa tt did In the With lbs DemocratlntrB .. -------=:..:::: ____ .""'-"--- _. 1 ,
light-a,Mock ins cooflrmafum th' .f 4*. this stvapk which

.._,: "" ,! fTIHE lack .of .*ntbu. taaa over already tavor.',baa caa forfeited*ff.cUvty adnUatatraUoo .td cI&- PRESS ''VANT.APVER'fIS 1\f NTS PAY Home. of Hart: Schaffner: and Marx Clothes ta

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