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t\\j .StateIndustry I Contest McCLURE & WOOD COMPANY : PAGE SCHOOL PROMISED I'dent while'.'or a"the"board nation-wide; "of campaign trustees.will Mean-I be> '

j conducted in an effort to raise an endowment -
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Offers $20,000 in Prizes J I;! !
\ ; PROMINENT REALTY FIRM SUPPORT FOR 1ST 1 YEAR! pc'aus.of,of the the Bok school guarantee said it representatives will)- llIihllJiilluIipfj&iffftfmfi: & ..ii-J:::::J

: ; I be ready to open for the next school ARE
Florida today Is at the threshold of YOU IN THE '
it is with water transportation. contest V vear. The proposed budget of $50,000 \rt
r r. one of the greatest industrial I officials declare that Florida has Holdini:;: ::1 i prominent pl.t., inl t jo.. \,.W YOIK..Heh) : ::JO Edward; can be used 'almost entirely for the .
:: j growths ever witnessed in this l tIpjnS>' ".. life anti' rt Ittuk Philadelphia editor and phil-
country its greatest opportunities. l > developmriiFIT : t S II SI! mantenance: professorships\ schol- URGE
:::. it ii asserted by the proponents | Florida has more coast line than I \I\er-i. the firm of \LCluVo.jtl ( .- I' &: ittiu 'iu-t.|' has offered to pav: the .ir.ihips.. library!\\ etc. None of the $1.- 4CH }'
of the Florida Industrial Contest. a any other state with an abundancelot \ Inc. Realtors. hJ* I.ec-i. ." S rii I..- .\ IMF'S expenseestimated at $50.10. ,- OuO.OVO fund. which it Is hoped to
; i competltlTp: movement which has l lS good harbors. Present harborsare V (nat I i in !r.iai'of; : : the l.irt. ,: I I.t! oi ,uperatins, the proposed Walte. } --'..- is needed (for buildings at the
\ fceen inaugurated for the purpose of I{. being improved steadily while I ; tt.ite! trju.-.j.iins in th,' I .it\ .'II : Hint-- Page School of International outset. \ *..&. We have 150,000
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; finding what products are best) suited new ones are being constructed at V.- V ; .tl \M-iai!! :\ y ilurn ; t fls! 1'' ...1'. Bok. in a recent comment on ers. Lots
-"; for taf ': \ i tfciltiniore.: The announcement was of timber.
: I manufacture in the of Flpr.! stratigiclocations. | .1 II' school sud: "Any institu- \"t'r
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Those ..who !Carl; Puce$26.50
: j are interested In the industrial : I'ld 1 ( lure: ha ; Ivi-u n I. ,I icn which means! tlie development of per acre.
; This contest sponsored by the development of Florida believe HI, Ih' I' .: !,:al'! I.1.flIt.! III F >'IIS I : --- -the vislrraht : -he inernatlonal: mind, in the United
in 'I IDI he readily caught .
? i; Florida Society of America. JoeephW. thit with adequate harbor facil-1 I \S\, "|r; 1 to- the pas{ thirtetn t s.-il :n'' > > possibilities:: of this city and States wi'l not onlya( needful ad 1. G-room bungalow
4 W. Young president Is expedl'd'' ities and boat connections with all I I- b .11 that tr.ae: est.'l''ihs' .1 .m i Le Mr.tl.i : diticn nation life but an Imperative ; on :s.: 'n
Joining tJotr: ; Lot
ii : .mailing country. 1(10(
determinetto large extent the character parts of the world It will I lie ,J'h:' !.. r..uI.lillu,. by 180.
f I' possibleto for hi-ne.* t. Ill"| :gill "" &V:5'jk !. j Ills. in the organization of the. r"e! )cr wit policies of tbefu" Price S4. 'Ii
&.'I of the,_future manufacturing, industries -j' ship In raw materials from South % -I f.i r r t qf the state. More than : America Central America and other 1 tii-I i't -. t-loptntnt!( of Mili-tamiil Lot in Altamont
f;' I I II a I; ; -::;; .' J4: Mr Wood has promptly bec>jn- WIb!' depeupoa. | an intelligentknow' : Pa'' I,
; $$20,000 in cash prizes places and *. r i-il! Jpss ( :
are being of- I manu icture tarlousproducts j pi : > < !itnu-le that .isk ont!\ "lTe of the financial economic tel'm
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t; fered by the Florida Society( for the here. Florida it is def,f S..rline's 1 I I ji'dniPTU :in I ithne : ." condition of the peoplesof
I 1 I :"' i>.I t Kurt :Myers and has establishr"put'1tiol1 -, "*' -u1! spirit
:. ; ., best suggestions; and reasons received. dared is within short shipping: reachof !Ij'< !p'> a: all' times tak'-n .111 .u-ti\e, world' We must recognize that
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: a vast consuming population- I l-.ir, in riviifiiirs and ha; I Ii.,. II 55 ., -'. 'sciatica firm nations Is acres, Lee County B
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I attention to detail whi.-h ms: j r \Bother
r. Interesting; data regarding .Florida proximately 80 per cent of the people I p': -11'11' 11'1n.rDe.ted. with all mm.ii mile frontage.
tills' .1 ready favorite with ill w..o over. $100.00
.i and iU! industrial possibilities has of' this country being within 4S hours I I :1' -. 'looking( ::: fiward the pro' rf.mi' -- pc "
ii.iiassociation with him.
) 1 been brought to light by the research by rail of the southern part of the 4 <(<' .IT&' .SI4.iflCflt!>; of the cit> ..mili ilalliraore V
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I the MrClure) & Wood Company ban- bid a birthday: .. Nrt,. Her REAMI'HOXC
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I il I transactions totaling around husband of 109()! was there. Bet he.
i' According to this information the natural resources and materials 479
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ii)' SI ri .lu: kMinville, where he wasi ertu-s. with values running well n to CENTRALJL
"i resources and opportunities for industrial -I interests.At "I'i < mint lit in business" civic and( su- the millions, are in the exclusive .en- I I!" ,,'1111', '
growth.; Transportation (facilities the present time there are approximately -,' iil: cin. les t I'pon, his nr..t \ IS it to'i" ('.\HL! (f :\J''Lntlo: trol of this firm. Finding: a horseshoe or being on' IIIII. II"" 1!I I 11I11I III',li11I11' r,If"n,11"1"" I,,.': ,

S. f { are important requisites tc |! 3OoO( ) maoufat turiea in' IIARItY JVOI( > > ; .Mje.'s.. a lit'le over a year. aso.;: :Mr Wood is president of the Foi i iMvers I good terms with t,i boss are bothonsidered .
C :1 I any Industrial region and in Florida I IOf Florida, but it is the general belief I II .':;lh the Keen p.-ri-i-ption: which is a ,"..i ,ir irprislic; <|inrkn< "I
t.:,;:; II. t la found. olfltial every''ot transportation the; Florida advantage Industrial --,,j years business will see leaders this figure that the doubled next<<1 and few1*:ilIIIlIItil'lllIlIIllIiiilIIliIlI! n..mnnm':11111111111111I1 n..,.,....1111111..1...........If..fl'..:........................................................................,.... .".-......................'."..m.:......m..............................."m..m..........................m,..'.'m..m...........,..".m..m..m..m.....,..............m..mm..m'm..m..m".m...................................,.......,.......n". m.......................,... .Ji'TPYtU"J1...4.; -_ : .i'rswat.LaA \. \

I Contest assert. trebled. Contest officials point out i
f I ( More than five thousand miles of as an indication of Florida's advance j) : Tampa-Fort l\Iycrs-E\

r f I rail line- provide transportation to I in an industrial way the fact that zz11:: ;: ,

i. t I present ''developed sections. of the I while the state has not been classedto ) V L:1: .1 '- g: : Steamer EvergladJ
I state while new rail lines are planned date as a manufacturing center J. '
I or being constructed to tap the I the capital invested in industries V Leavt"'f
1 l undeveloped regions. Improved highways $I here has increased from $1.11041.000< ( ( >< In 'E : S "!"' Tampa Tuesday ald! TiS !
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i make possible motor transportation -j[' 18X0!!\ to. more than $200,000,0(10( in S ; l\Ie\ 's : Leaves Fort. \"t'Jne d.::, tI
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Considerable property has been health; has fully recovered and will I
\ purchased, in and around Bonita 1 I build a home on property he has Jilstpurchased. \< pJzu"1 Telephone 115 for Rates

I Springs .bjr, Col. John T. Lladner .I .
;; of Pennsylvania whq l i ts been stopP. i I M. F. Cubbing: of Maine. Robert W. L Bus Service to Everglades, Daily I::
t ping at th, Royal Palm hotel in Fort'1 I Dunham, of West Virginia, George.W. I / -stero, Bonita Springs Naples, Iarca, cLeaving
Myers. It .i It.said that the colonel will, Swan of Illinois and several :
make extensive developments on the I I others have bought property and will 8:30: a. m.
I I Bonita Springs property he recently J!I i build homes in Bonita Springs.
I acquired. ,'i, Laton M. Robinson. of Massachusetts Subject to Change without KTAMLVMI

:. fie owes! one of the largest, 81d'! and his friends. Charles F. Day E
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York State, and William A. I I JsI24
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i winter home !at Boclta Springs on |I! and builders contemplate the erection ? -44 /1 ''IL I I _a1 *- I
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t, QoL Lindner: states that climatic 'II arcund Bonita and expect to return I tL .'/ ness or sport With; or
.5 and the surround-! 1 .seen. and organize a company to be % a
conditions general j t I without the collar All E Royal Palm 1-
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1" r- lugs at Bonita Springs are more !known as the Imperial River De-I a tIg ., sizes colors and 'prices.
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pleasing to him \than any other part Z-- Sport belts, cross 'word
has visited I If !I The Ragsdell Realty J. .S l'SO. ,i
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satisfaction with this II. Rigsdell. : are develop .tfSSv 5. t / %
: evidence of his manager ttP'\, ('hieis. arid. other 'needs
""! ; little elt>>', ie !has purchased: several ing and selling the Heltman estate I 5- < l I 7 i; for the' car ful dresser ; 5

a .thousands"' of dollars worth -of Bonitagprings properties here. TThejr report very t 4 _._i I = Regular Passenger Boat]

.: ,rear| estate and! U a praprtv : -satisfactory I progress made in the .
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I. ./ Col P, C.: Jones a prominent at- All indications point to a large. "1 I' Between
torney, :of Kentucky and a member healthy growth and a bright future _. t s 'ort
of the Kentucky legislature, who for Bonita Springs on the Imperial. .5 "t Myers St. Petersbur! I

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WALTER KAUNE jell of East Fort Myers and has sold I =- E.4 Oil-Burning J
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|erecin a handsome and substantial: ;! / /
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: Walter U. Kaune, is one of the {I He has a suite of offices in the operating on a

'-S pioneer real estate dealers in Leer \ Langford; building where he transacts I

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: :. lie htfs'hern' \ engaged<< !: in the real i i Baltimore doctor has a drug 50 E L:: I i V V. .I, Cross Shoe for Easter _= opening on deck)
S; .: estate bUHlncBS ;for 14 years and has lime as strong as carbolic acid WIS-J V r wear-and after. Correctly E 1 1' Excellent dining service Coarteom officers
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Why does : LEE COUNTY TO HAVE BAT ROOST I(Rod coarse, after which he may be lie afternoon to athletics recreation jai and civic societies command these

I permitted to take the Red White and and occasional I (:en'lIIOIIies.n.e j 1 I
1 I' -- BJwe courses of advanced<< work in ,evening until IV o'clock and Satnrilav !University: llT'
--, I that branch of the Service in which afternoons', andriitiTtdinmrnt. of Florid recommend that
I : are given to rest
a Telephone GirlSmile I ;: 1: \ i AIt-r he wishes to specialize. The courses voting men sappUat their education
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., IJt i' follow each other i.n order during!!: Health with this training. riiC'MI

? ;.. successive summers. 1-\t:> |>rei-.iii.n! i> taken U> safeguard .
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ii iiix J I : '1E I Instruction will bo given !in the ; the ii'-altth of these young>; MOTHERS
; ; I following branches: Infantry, iialvary. ; lialth
: nifii. precautions account Watch for symptoms of worms in
$ of New York's Prettiest I I"r .- I Field Artillery Coast Artillery, lor! the rigid treatment that everyapplicant !i children. These parasites are
your
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; Engineers Signal Corps-
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; } : !he vaccinated against: smallpox the great destroyers of child life. If
Girls Tell "The Funniest : --1\- i Special prizes and trophies are 1 and take the typhoid prophj laxis.
,, \ a .A .>. I.T : i you Jaa.aaoa to think "joar child
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for excellence
i given in
military activities -
I { Army dentists and trained She
: surgeons Give the
has quickly.
worms act
;{ Thing I Wasn't Supposed < ; : .. and athletics. These are '
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\ ..5.:> ''. -:- "- I nurses aloe constantly on the alert. little one a dose or two of White'sCram edinl.INE.
.To Hear" : > t4TH < : fi-:! =- \{\ tit medals It's. cups, banners and useful ar- Instruction is given; in hygiene; Vermira< I first-aid, rare and preservation of where this time-tried and.succefcslul -

: I I 4';.".,: _- .' .. .- .;:. I 1'aaj Drtirs. health' wdl-coiM'd lnod is pro\.ided. remedy is used. It drives out the .
I '- Tbt.0..1 training day is from Approval i worms and restores the rosy Due of
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In April SMART SET appears .
this delightful group of revelations I .f.- -:::..,,; I 7:30; A. M. to 4:30 P. M. TIle mornings (Churchmen educators. businessand health to baby cheeks. Price 35c.

by "Cer tral".. ..", I I I I are given to military instruction, professional men and women frater- i Sold by Evans Pharmacy. :y.port...

certainly we have opera !$1CIr t i -
"Why ,
OPERATED switch-board
a Do want a pair"; !itiiiiiuiiiHinuiunituuHumiiuiifiiiuiiuinuiiiHniiiHuiHiHiii; [ iiiiiHiiuiHtiiiiuniiiuiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiifi oJ":0"
I where, every morning at ten glasses. you I -
o'clock, a certain broker called lie slammed down the receive I-= -_ "
a married woman. lie always and rfjJjed: : II ell
waited until he was tore tae 'I won't need tttfsn now." II I The Florida Sanitarium I 1r x.durlJ.
dame's husband was out. One s *
morning he called and was just in I am the head operator of an I six buriauar
the midst of telling her that she exchange in Wall Street and M
was the cat's eyebrows when a my calls are very often from ajj-; i 'iJ 152
male voice listened in. tated speculators, who telephonetheir i I I neesrShoe.
"What do you mean by talkingto brokers for information, :,1 I ,
another man's wife," the voice sometimes wait to .hear if they I"n :;
thundered.The get the proper connections. One i &Bus
broker, scared out of a morning a voice with a Jewish accent i r + n.. RrOn
year's growth, hung up in a hurry. said: j .'f.
As as he was sure the :
soon "Give me Broad 0045. ban L
broker had left the telephone, the He within the first -
did not get = :: ?meter
stranger said: two seconds, so he became impatient 11 : 1 IlulUdtru..J'
cutie, I not husband
: "Say am your juggling the receiver up ind ; :: :
look -
but certainly goodto
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down to attract my attention. Finally 1 -
tatb It1e
me. What about lunch at the : -
I heard him say: j .
Plaza today? I will meet you at Antonio. Texas the -- L = ser
"Ikie Ikie Ikie I telej.fcned
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the Fifth" Avenue entrance. Now say [ only one in the world owned )t'> a 'uuniciiiality. Or Charley A. It. Campbell --- -- a. to.
tell I -
to you am as honest as -
do not pass me by even if I am | of San Antonio here t<> inter i. i people in the protection of bats as -- -- years
wearing hole., a gardenia in my button- you Ike are making any day.no reply, the vice f 1 j they are sworn foes of the utalari-t-breeding mosqnkos. Sec story in section ---- ---- liatrif'1
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And I hope to die if she didn't said again: | --- --
take him up on it. "I tell you, Ike, I am as halest -- --- -'
a as you ;.are any day, you d ,--- -- "
Before I came to New York I thief." i Julv 2nd to 31st Dates Set --- --- feredwea
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used to work in a small town in -- -
Illinois where you can call everybody I am anoperator in the.coirej five
by his first name. There district at 135th Street, and if I I For Citizens Training Camps t whileHess
was an awfully pretty girl, who were to publish all the finny -
went to college in the East. I was things I hear, sa v, I'J make flcta- I 'T\\ %
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retty sweet on her brother Ned. vus Cohen look 1:'.<) cheap iJ ta- The 1025 Citizens' Military Train- examination and present themselves i I \trade
everytime that telephone tion. ? I 'I ter at
10 rang I ing camps for Florida men will be for voluntary training may be admitted \
rou can bet I got an earful. One One dame I know, who is Idy'smaid held at Fort Florida I > gi-5W .-*>-i *t -" wasim
I Barrancas and to (
lay she called up from down town, and who keeps then all ,, amp -
and I I was so fussed I guessing, has heavy Camp McCIellan. Alabama July :2nd What The Government Offers --
guess a loyeiwhoearns Where one receives the service of a first class hotel, the quiet, the -- was
rave her the wrong number. This his meal ticket by ridur on I jto July 31st. : The government pays all expenses -
treatment and care of a first class hospital, and can also enjoy the -
beauty
:onversation followed: the Pullman trains as porter.tell, I Last year 1300 Florida boys applied i of railroad fare to and from camps, -- latherbled
"Hello, hello, I want to speak to this is the conversation I head between for admission to these camps and I meals, shelter, uniform and equip --- and the sports of a pleasure resort. The cut is of one of the older build- -_-- It
I Mother." him and his 9 = ings which still holds its own in prefection and attractiveness. in'
girl: i'Florida will try to duplicate the I meat.I -
"Your mother? Is she here?" "Hello this tor\;\
*"Now, "Ned, I am in a hurry. "Yah, ,that's you me.La\'ender. |national records which she set daring I In addition to the military training, = :: !
hit Mother on right away and "Say, I jis won eighty-fivehicks! I the last two years by becotniag the I[special attention is paid to athletes, itlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIhIIIIlnllJllllt111I1111111111111fh1i1: : : { { 111t41111111lIIII1Ii111111nllllltlli111111tltllllllllllllt! ; !] tllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi{ i ftrktbvn'
top your kidding." in a crap game. Will youiaa'yme I jfirbt state !in the Union: to fill its :and the rare of health. There is ample -
"I am not Ned; I wish I were. ?" V ,quota for the Citizens' Military Training opportunity for entertainment.! tdl.lf0.Y9..
Who is Ned! Are you sure your "Sho' will. Say, who T dis camps, and furnishing more men | Athletics are\ very Important in the :' ..Biii.D1 Zi! 1.P 2l VA\JIlJ.'I-W\J.J! \ MI JZII / :
pother is here?" talkin'!" I Iin proportion to the population than {training at these, ; camps and include M the
"Well she was half an hour ago. I
Now please let me speak to her." any other state, according to B. C. I water-sports, life saving, wrestling: _hett
"Well, if.-you will tell me your I never was one of tho uts Riley, civilian aide for Florida, who boxing tennis, handball, volley-ball; : iat.
that go crazy over the movif butI I football practice, baseball, ,
name and what cell she occupies I who says: track and were ,
have lot of girl friend
a
will get her. This is the county than I field events M ryla
would rather see Valenti [ Aacaliuu
Free
|aiL" S to eat. I also know a lot well 'i High schools will send their best: i
i "Every young man in Florida
society people that get t me athletes to camp and a number will
All of Alecs us who telephone think because girls meet we kick out of the sheik that !t girlfriends ;should take advantage of the opportunity -' be present by athletic teams, which BOLICK & HUMP1DGE "rtpoor-
smart' do. 8 i to gmonth's vacation: at
'win be
permitted to wear their! high
that will fall
work for a living we I
,, Igovennment'expenee *
'hosa attending thCitizens' .
for their gaff We had two I heard one of these jrirl y school colon'and compete, in the *c-
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inV 1$treet, ( Military portbile
Training
smarties staying at our hotel who papa makes money I ramp 'name of the high school in the athletic -
cute and who, never had to earnTdime which will be held again this summer. '
something
failed to contests
the
never say on various field
when they telephoned. Their in her life, say to anotir girl These traning camps are not pri- I days. -
suite happened to be on the court. friend over the telephone:* marily military camps but are great REALTORS f WnI
and one night they telephoned and "0, Mabel, I am so eicitfl:taw-can summer citizenship schools, where i Four Courses a \ i t :
talk. Guess who
hardly
asked me if I had any opera and the poor boy gets all the advantagesof There are four courses of military 'go
Richard Barthelmess,
rent. I asked them to
glasses for poke outdoor camp life which the instruction: Basic Red, Advanced, ban
Then I called to me, too. *
wait a minute. up ,
two show-girls who had a room "Oh you don't say ICffenc. wealthy can get in private camps. whit, and hlue. Each course requires : "Service Plus Courtesy" 7 ood
across the court and told them to He really spoke to you IJ "hat All young men between seventeen a month's training. Every II the
pull their shades down. That done, did he say!" 3 and twenty-four years of age of good I young man who attends camp for ate
[ Called up the busy little jollier! "He said, Pardon memay I character, who can pass the physical !I the first time mast take the Basic I 01&itl .
sod said: pass!'" .j 204-5-6 Pythian Building Fort Myers, Florida : : r"t

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better things-the beautiful, the untrammeled, the inspiring.
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I spot bathed in golden sunshine, swept by clean salt breezes, around'which I,, ,if

ripple and sparkle the vari-colored:: waters of a beautiful bay, against a

:: ; The Martin Studios Ii background of gay tropical foliage and palms. .( ,

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,' to Florida. In such an; losphere the greatest beauty can I rich reward of foresight, in the not far distant fuIf I If is before you, do not ignore it. Be I .

: tinctive type of Floridan architecture we have i*; .. ture. You who are in Fort :Myers are among those who have the foresight :,;

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a ", } had wIde experience. j thc'-':: E ahead. Make investments while developments I themselves and their families.
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residence and the new Post office Arcade !
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are always ready and willing to serve We
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'I Seniors and Sophs !fI STOP THAT '1 :

E. M. ColemanAuditing Enjoy Beach Party : f'ninsn:1 ARE YOU IN THE MARKET F i ..
COUGH WITHl -
I The Supbo-aore class of the Fo't | I ::3ad(1)f r } .s.J 1 1flljIE LARGE ACREAGE: ?
I rS CCDCH SYRUP I'I'CUOf.OTFl. -
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Bookkeeping& and Accounting \ivprs Ji.icU acbool nuertatned their .. '
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catch: party Friday 8Yeaiag. :, inc CretMOts tent known U ilio.OSt iot evram k: cobtbs. ,I cer 11Ie j/ : We have 150,000 acres close to Fort My- _
COI.O'I.JlOTEL Fifteen caw fllU-U pith jolly IIU IGi i and ouUa rent otter throat mod IjcgUudblec. i- it)
nu-res awl dignified senior l loft I II I ers. Lots of timber. Very good tern1S.I I
from Ute high fa bbA| at tour osvbool 'elOJ: Stop that cough now before it stops
Telephone 170 P. O, Box 833 tat good i IT u-n- Price 26.50 per acre.
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I staging songs as they aJ .1. ica "ol
Fort Myers, Florida LEONAtDI'SJ !: Cl
I beacbwardShoata. for It.
dru-Vise
your G-room
of merriment filled tile air I .. bungalow on Seminole Avenue. -
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:1 athe gay youths clad iu Uathmg i( Lt T 'n' Lot 100 by 180. Price $4,500.! Terms. _
,I'r. 1(8 splashed about In the Kott sous i
vr. lreo. illashaa -.Pater flew M all directions; Joy and i LADIES; .ems on EDrt\ Lot in Altamont Park. $1,200.Good =
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VETERINARIANFrench giaitnesa reigned supreme.Later ,
Rotiid terms. -
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In hot evening dinner was your stomachawettand J : _
and American Graduate served In Nelson. eaaIilto i niter ,huh jourivi' active.. You will DIXIE FLYER :: _
Rabies Vaccination a plajlette writtfi: by Miss Grace I be repaid with sparkling j "a L.. Ft. M.cr,,, K.(. L.. }i< Wa ;., ; =i 55 acres, Lee County Boulevard, 1-2

Tags Furnished Graham, sponsor at the sophomore eves akin-and c's' r, breath smooth,with healthy too lv Iv: J LjkelunJ. .->,J, ::..l.C:ACL-: -- 1ll S.45 lap'piv.Uv t I.. mile frontage. -S100.M() ; ) per acre. Terms.
34 years practice ; a C "UanU. N C.uA St. L. 9:001: a m. ::
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810 Anderson AYe.fl i odor of Spring.Chamberlain's I r.r Ch ttto.iora.V "'- C.ib 8t. l.(> I I-:
DaJt'i1l1 and Mutes were enjoyed i P.r t.LVV_ L0fc_ 7HO->.-irA
a until a late hour Tablets t Chii-i.,:3 C A. /i. 7-x-i.i-. I a.;l PALM 1 CITY REALTY CO. -

Everyone: agreed that the party vas I will do it. Oe 50 of tlx..e peak I hour'1.:d....,tloa-U'brarr:" ol c.!.,3 at lictaonvtUc Car JaciuocvtUe t- J::::: I'HONC 479
fl I a huge aarcesa-unaxeeUed by any i tablets:; for 25 cts.Cl'.ke two tonightI 3 l-hlc: .'" '- UNDER GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL
W. V. Smithwick fl1n. f Cluj. !,,,,.n; ; wltge
given In previous.. ( I [, t> i.,>.->r.ravnt-I,>rawiug-Eo: GIt CuJo"f f;
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I'RAGVFX March SO-Tbe I t.Lo. J'ovlll." to 1,1I1c.;: 'I
II Uraial Aaeoclatlon of Modern Music "I 9 1t :-;;. DIXIE LI1\l1TID: FREIGHT FOR
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m-tll bold its festival tkl year ag.tiu ):.: \ \' \ I :i
Land For Sale in in Prague\ during; the noatli of May. .(,1 ''i. L.lacl L. La.e. ..io aad..v.itc.A.C.A.C.U.U -- -- 111.05..n..:*.*..e.. I Tampa-Fort Myers\ -Everglades

IONA Three inUrnatltnial concert will bo 11 I I l.y.AU.DI..N.C.SLL.. ,_k;"-tC ... S .ilo'S5- -J ep 8.mAjk.St ra.At.Chtttur '
given loading nw>4rn eompdserg'being ECSTIESar \ U". 'L tN. '--' m.Ar '
i The second'' J I Steamer Everglades
>y on the piogram. y7' CM-ii'-> C Shawcross & Garmon part of the fsailTml! will be !bear In ; tdP; : jofte af Cat.at Jacksonville.tv ': \
I IA I rwlne-koaat. and. Open Seeuan s'et9la.t; }. | Leave" Tampa Tuesday art! Thursday
Venice In September i Can-S..r.ute via T..P800 Chicago .
l'Jthlan Building I
I AUTC I: l's da1; Jacksonville to St.Loafs.Ob.er.atlonLihr..vSeetionSScepiasCat'. j Arrives Fort ilyers Wednesday and FridayLeaves
I; -2 i r} Fort Myers Friday for Everglades
IHIMI AITOS LTIVLY I : )nCV nville.to Chicmto.Compartment
I'alm-Lee Park has aa eighty toot j I DrawrioKRoom and Open, Section I
boolcTardt parted In the teeter : Sin pmftCar-jackaonvtlW mChie.a4;
DUBLIN March :3*.-Xortkern | I I II s Coachc.-jackaoavUle U>Clacaco.C&ach ; ,J USE TIIIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION
with from
Royal Palms, reaching Meiretror
Sectioa of the Dixie '
Flyer
( bcnletard to tbe Tamiaiul Ireland Is proud ot its development' : < there any auto neces- leave Jacksonville 8.Sn p.ro.,.rr;....Char I I
TraiL 2ICtKDR. of motor traffic. In the past two : ; sity you might need* K lanooga.St. Lome and Cbteaca; at tba**m.
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i years the number of vehicles license i i | so, drive by this store. lim..stheP.I.maoSeetion. Florida Railroad & Navigation Corporation .
Gond Car Service
Unusually Dining caAU
In tbe six LUter: counties has risen I i
i Rye are sure to have what j Three Trains
I Foot of Ireland's Dock
from 17,200 to 2600, of which about( you want. Fur itetping car farrmlMms,fares 0nJ filter1iiTTTifffTf
.. W. H. GRACE 2,000 are Lucy lorries. There are 1 I ; apply to tepttfcrtiitmofATLANTIC Telephone 115 for Rates :
COAST LINE RAILROADu. w
Physician and Surgeon now a wotof'far every 58 people In ( EierjtWn for the .C.Davta Paaaa er Iralne Accal
Office 15-16 Earnhardt Bids.Honse 'tbe six couiAieg as against one for ,, Car"I I Barry S.EIUs.Travvlin Pas.eader A. eat
THE blXIC FLYCR KOOTC Bus Service to Everglades, Daily Except; Sunday via
117 Woodford Are. i every 67; la Great Britain. Auto Supply t tf 304 Surral BldU,. Tclepbaaa S374T
Telephone 82-Office 2 rings .1 \ } A FLORIDA Istero, Bonita Springs, Naples, Marco and Caxambas: ,
hawk A.Fic&...Flonoa PavarnCer Aden
hundred sad -
House 3 I'alm-Lre i is a one f i ,
!! range:! Store -/ SIS O.h.m Bldt Telepboae 2329 '
eighty arrtt""tl'rus! grove tamed Into I g' ei 2 w JACSSONVILLE.FLOJCIDA Leaving 8:30 a. m. .If
beautiful! boxesltts. 2Wife.IENPY \ lA'' 1 1TAMIAMI -
Palm-Lee Park bas bard-surfaced t Phone 107tfifS Subject to Change without Notice I

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I A. I. White James JIArrtCB C. Pinner AT11ER3 Inc. Arcade TheatreMonday

LEE COUNTY ENGINEERING CO. Messrs. Investor and Speculator: w tip i I
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Civil and Structural Engineer and /ze Royal
Tuesday
Conmiltlng Ervfln" m on Drmlnag The road to money makers leads V G
I Brld e" sad Structural Woifcfort directly to me. Everything I cler t ttsa.r _
Myers. Fi"rich. ,
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Palm-lee Park has tight, ban.lred1teautl me handle it for you and thin: ,;;Ira ,110 itauted I -
ul Lomeslles. I watch results. Lfot's go! ALw1" tl to be a Lady! Help make ;your HOME: TOWN the prettiest | Regular Passenger Boat Service 1

place in :Florida. j_
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"Build With Brick"! I For Building Con- 3Si+ wi keeping .your DO home YOUR attractively SHAREby painted. Painting is I_I 5| Tort Myers St.Between Petersburg Tampa I

J. C. McDonald\! |:, struction andRepairing .I good ..econonn too. It prevents decay and saves repair I. 11
: bills. We handle the Mariin-Senour line of PURE paints : =
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Contractor E: SEEThe ," r PAINT CO. I ROYAL PALM" r
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E A SpecialtyWhy I Fort Myers 16 DEAN STREET I

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I Fs'4' % tj [ t Fort Myers Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 5 p.
Bros. Lee Construction Co. i teaching St. Petersburg at 7 o'clock and Tampa at 9 o'clock

Contnetors and ItaCdert II ] .5 di 303 Pythian Bldg. I the>U'wlng morning.
Leaving Tampa,Tuesday and Thursday afternoons S
1M9:, Euclid A y, I EXCURSIONSDaily at 5 p. m.
Fort 5Ijr, Florida ( Fort Myers I =_ nOJunday morning at S a m. St. Petersburg two hours later. =_

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; I i Zt Comfortable staterooms all opening on deck.Excellent .
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Palm-Lee Park lass already interested : Except Sunday } dining service Courteous officers and crew

user cue hundred Vort? :Mjer to the Gulf I Curbs Floors Far >ne.way including meals and berth ---- __S1000
people Tiao hare purchased' borne I EI Roul_trip, 5 dayreturn- limit fis'oo :: z

sites a-. -!'L On Steamer DIXIE I: by Martin Brown; screen version II, iIII111111t11111111111111111IiBBI{ : "( II iI;,11I11111I1111, 1II1111111111111l1l1l1l1l1l1ll1l1l1llU: :, , : I "( E
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It Woods' great play "The Lady." II FGT MYERS STEAiMSHIP CO.
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right.218 Lea St. rhone 4C4 I Round trip, to SanlbtL, IL30:() by Joseph M.\ Schenck. Siubbs-Boyd Realty Co. : ttl;:IiIRIIIllIlntnIu111111nllllnln; : I :niiuIIIIniUIIIl111111111IIIIIIiIIiIIIIIIt111111U11f1 i i

C Boned trip to Captlra, f2.: Also i =

A Ben Tnrpln Comedy: .

I j G. A. LONG- RAKE, !;t. D. Fishing Bathing "WILD GOOSE; CHVSE" REALTORS t II ten and Safe Ice i

Temporary officeat Fine Sea ShellsFor Starting t hours:

residence, 897 2nd. St. Ja.lnt't', 2-1; Night: 7-9Admissions I imiiiimmumiMiimiiiHiiimmiiiimmmimmiiimmmiiiiiiiiiiiiimm I g

hours: farther Information call at -16 i -
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HomesRiver a, be sure. of its purity. E

i I GRADY FITS GLASS S I I Bargains in Suburban Homes | < I Your health- demands -C

Patio de Leon .. ,= such precautions.
= 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house out = Front Lots I :

PARK = house, fruit trees, fine shrubbery large grounds-only = ; You. will find ours .' i
PALM un- -
ROYAL 3: 31\\f miles from Fort Myers on Lee County Boulevard. Low :
Caloosahatchee
Bordertx the usually clean free
,,6 price Easy terms = from
River. AIL Vater front privfleces Vacant Property sediment and impurities .
lot owners. I > -
reserved See for P. ED. TATEN II Seminole Realty Co., Inc. I 1 of all kinds.

t j Royal Palm Park Fort Myers 230-lst Street.u111,1111InIIII11111illllantlllltlaltllrtI = Our
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FORT MYERS JEWELRY CO. 1 I,! !:; : !1111111"11,111" !I!lit 111111'111'llllllllllllllllllrtlI11I1 : weight honest andI

Jewelers illlllUIII: IllU1111l111m11111l11U1i1m1111l1ll1l111iUlU111111111Ul11U1/ : I111l1IIlUUIIIY{ I 16 i service prompt and reg- _
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Eyes Optometrist tested\ and Mrg.Glasses Optician fitted FOR SALE I: Stubbs-Boyd Realty Co. 11 11I I" ular. -'

Myers. ITU. Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish Bungalow i
,. 22, First'' StFort, = .
Tiled Bath Oak Floors Cedar Lined Closets, I l s
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s Garage Etc.-as near perfect as possible. E' S.

The Raymond Ways Royal Palm Park. Come in and let us show 1 113 Lee St. Opposite Franklin Arms
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BOAT BUILDING I I Co.
uErA1niN0: OF ALL RINDS) I l; you-Small payment down-easy terms. =. sote ; l
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j CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING : r Mr. and *!>. U.: R. Da --, .J:! 1 ii(. ...... ",'mo iniii 1>111'1 -'- --'. '-I .\ .. ,... '1 .\ '" ..si.-" I'iiamv.: ..milU: >nr.. Senss.Ohio --<:. JU1 I

I RATES 1X I I RATES I Personal Menlion I. luushtprsr Marrtetf nd K ,rin S .....r.....", IIi he moturcd to \aplc-. Every -

tN IA'II II t!"j"jg.: : ; ''Gr :Y,11v Tml: t/: I 1' ;r "I\\,!;; l.t''li' 1S'latIa : : I .uliaiiaiK>lis. lad are hit 11!,.. the \u. hot' I:, ,:; I'd',. ", arty; enjoyed the! tripi :E

anti .ud".u..lng, ... .1- tlw flitttr.hlx name aiul 1t"lu.I d... -.1, 14''..r t.: -us' (,.11 ..... cl Mrs. Dash's |>;irn: ,, Mii f:, .'-, .' I. I." r. c 5
adrn .
I '; u t.." "nt I I.. .: lid Mrs J. C. Rekoart.Mr .
type like Ui. i (,.,? a aorJ. f..1 ..1' II .1..). I -"S. I 1'itris., <.I l Surasntii., i-i visiting'iiUU .! ,

8-pt type like this. 2 cents, a word for each da '. \ra Inn I I'1 I '. CC! It..RD FEl: : ::'7.Wu 1MIiS'r
S-I.t 111'e like Ihly ) t.'ne"t! !ve Siwnrcr' to i, :s:<< ran lr /

f 10-pt this 3.'u''" It Nord fur each dOl). I wins IVnnsyUania. alit h.iipending hl'! M, ", T I'".' ,,. ., :. :\i\. result '',. C. iirqe 1nally 1--

type like 4 cents a word for each day. J. II. Doxstrt. of Marco, spent tiiewffki the winter .<; Miami. au.M-, .. i). ni"i. nil. i >. m-, > ., : kung: i7ht! pro-

10-pt type like this, 3 ,>n .' .. '"ayhntt >;/"'">u !by .1'.1-
cents a word for each day. I'hllrsI.'o nin;: a.: Fur Meat! '. i '.f! a'1) :a i : l. i I I '
I Noadvplllad.uuvd .will 311\1311'31, I\T": > .. '. ---- I Ii i- tin r'o-,1 it .VI-: :,iu,! MrO :M.sr. .!! h :. .ir : c! i i,1.! ; : \ .. .,1,1 I .I I '1'-: J ..I I.".' l.otlinc. t tur .m-|,, : ,to TRIGT;
\Ion.( le IlItoIrh..1 for h... than :!!::i .""rits for first insrr-" 1\11 1 ? n; ('ottag.. : r- ,' I J' : : I if )i.n-, rtS.tliiu.! !li'.i i ilir! > il
: John Uatcbelder has been "Ilewl-! '.n-.I'm.; < .N. 111./ \' ii. ,
' AI.TFITI' I'. II MM rl.tlion; of :is ire; !laht! fum*.
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Ad\.t'rU..nK.nl., .. ,,1111:;: the .wk-.... ia the <-.ity.11. tin will l.e n.iiu-il. iiv. ,\ \- I 1 1:1' '. -, .. .
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-rent 'WilkMrio"ihi-lll h.' L'.it.td: : a,1: fear efena1I1',1011 ;-
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:pvr, wyrd.on. ir word.....In..,r Dulea eguiar tat.. 011 (, win' IH.1 ... and 1 crhlr K '.. Andi-rMin.. who !iI'," h,., 11 5 .u'15-! :! inak" tin- 1 i.-i '.! t.h. "''W'y"' !I' '1.\ ', \, '11'I' \ 1,11"r", : -h L.-l.'th!' on Ii": YEARS F R

,, .-. and Mm. Voekel of Tampa '."?,H iatfd wlh: the 1 K 1_ .I'I.l !, ... v -, .1 I ;If i';' withUi.u! \lr.; \ ;. ''II 1 .':1 ':'_ .:.'.
Cash ;n advataex.
I are here transacting business.
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:I'or your own 1 rote Minn. ... t'i Shows
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.. This lapl la not regyonmble fur Using lI)' In"\\ I J. L. LaytoB of ladepeniU-m i<. n deeding
mimaki-y ;i aiUcrlist ta.a?
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nuuls. laldwnt.l 1 111..., is spending!: several data. In.r.I .-. i iI iIf.
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FOR SALK ; WANTED I U Stewart of Spokau.- \Vuli /r

is upending a few days in this e-ii>

For Sale-Rough lur:;:K: irect; from VrJSI'l: 'H ::iTBy; t-ntl.-men i
the sawmill I | om in p. 1\at.- hum.-. Eats Ren7hidden and T. J Hani.:
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anywhere in .
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and around cart Myers. See us: before l.in.uslwul Su.iiriM-r. l'li.u.Air.. I'arU. at I were lIP (n>m Huaita i Spring/: tu you bu}. Wbitaker & Clifton I". ... writ.Ih.x\ :2112! ;: I'u.Pita... ..ff..-.-. YI'I {Miry: ."

Auto Exchange. l-7tfc. -SSH;: ; --A. S. Andenwta and II. II KI I..-. ,

LOST of 'I'aIilpa: arc la Ute city; on t hU.IO", ".

FOR SALK:-a Chevrolet bought - --- I. _=-_ !
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first of }February, run :2<1J414'' miles in I --ad! and J. 11. !Kinsex. of \r- Xot-

perfect condition, spare tire owner IJ.ST It...your.... twOIi.rty.se..It..-with Realty: as it l.you+apa.y want: .1cattla j are in town on l uinc">s I''. less &

going north. Price 450.00;; cash Box :.. .;.., 5:1. !.U-Ue.. .Ida. bust.aanuary-

ro;.care Press office. 3-236lp.:! I -- ., .
I..II--t..ni.til I'<>ilIA..": nutV aad j white Xotlr,wail.. II.sane?J. fiber.wuuiL deS-- < ::-:S;... rerae Drau! and Mis> Ell,, I II J aotea!924, .

.'UI i: 2'-\I.-I.arJle! ; lot Ii<) x" 1HI. Knt 335tic.IJiSTPair i I spent the ekn4 at Saniln-I! 1 I I. rt: : ofter
fas'ing. slow to river. llanlxurftuYtlulrret. I __ __ .
sidewalk l. ..........r. water *i<-.. Snap -v>.. NHIMI late Saturday !land.j .:= those .
at $1100. J::uifeKt terms 1-reim lon 321ticFOI :.ic.. ..Night. ..in..r Bfrr-* lore at' tirarvrl --.:.....-. ;r"'drj .=_ ,_ ugh 1)uailjer -
.' a-.21 j --J. L. Uftllin leaves on the, alt.rjnocn al Re-

: SAI.TC: Iandy. fine :5-rootn bou..... l1ST-=)Mir. .got mianti-4 err gasses kt train far kia homo in \Vilniinujton. ;- $. ODe
tar\ "kin,:n1. New; and l a. well built as hla-K .,. .. &itBrdav SIPttre ol Del. iuLIwzrTIiIti ahO"'n
can be done. Kaxt Fort Myrm. Small I'-tan.; nrttaW riwd.. 11. H l>. care IniL
Kirment lowniiklance like rent. Serai- | ]Erse Offkv. :J-W-ttjt. u.1Ir. .- i pW i eter

hole Realty Company luc. I'hune 611. etty ahtrly .. George: Gable of r1..s.-6r! :: i btlbuild.!
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:_i7 tfc.FOIJ I rim fJoord11 h 11'11"Sunday n.las' a.....lIbo-r.tII"&n"I O.. i i visiting Iter.sis..rIn.. -..;.\\. Mi.-: J" ..wrymonth
'Ununi tu Koyal I':' |I";-.. t1
: ":mazy andreapite Irene Gablea.Hr. 1
SAKE: Suburban home andhiek..n rtaar.l. a M In
< tom Kxtra good tlve.nWmhouse :2.311.31p.: ; : .
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garage: ..,'dli"k,," houses. liro tIne' are of ground. llouxe fully I a 'tt.IWt.. II.V.. v whileI4a...M..i. :517 MMIrncor Anti( lira. F. Tli;)rtt! of: & .J asC a the
(furnished ome In and let tin show you. I Itoiilj-vanL Thomas, i.arlmnl| Reward. listen are' here far an ladt l -linl-; IJt eara.atrltl.
Seminole! Realty Conq any. Inc 2.te" "First L '. : r .
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street 2-27UC.. __< _. ___ hngtJ"I. time< j '
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FOR SALE USO acre ol land ronnty i
road only three miles out. $till. fr _n..__ I -MUf L trtna Stout is spending .1
acre. One-firth rash balance to suit FfHNl.'ar.l <-a...- awl black IwunJ few days with Miss (rharloti il.tii-
Purchaser. Seminole Realty <'ompwy.Inc .. J
n..n. 1.,1. lik'tUify. and pay fur this ,,hewa at SanibeLMrs. ; Offeredv
230 First trt. 2-17 tfs.POIl ail !
at II'' |-r.-s offi. :S-IZ-tf.:!

SAIJ-: IV.lBrpml"mTrehaii! -.-.! Koxterrier .. tat;wea
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Elliott rsturn'.Ti !
.n'aloIII" Rolf think I I : Sterling has i.
pui,'''. :3 months old. Two mah-s! hi and Dye
U.l.krilir.v ,
t? at 1 l-ri-w .
$:11.106 cash Two female JJi.OU each. t'y- I. : Offkv.nSCELLANEOulT to Boston after spending: a ploasu, it whileInalneta

press Lodge Naples" tTa. :-ll-ifo.' :\ ; i iI i winter in Florida.J. III ,<

FOR S A UK-CO acre tract 1-% mile; frontage Only
on Naples- ISay. lYIe i23.wi:!:! par -' -- -- llradei. :
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ere. Terms If ct..lrt'd. Atlilrcsii IU K..Storter. i KVKiVO\K... wants, ; his own hW";: I A. Gurney drove up from east ajt: _:
.. S-ll-l'U: I i .11..11 yen one on small ymt-nt +
="apl" Fla. tp.FoR'SALEor 'down aim lialam-r like! rent St-St-minole' ; Ilonita Springs to attend, to sonic ... -- IJm \: _

rent S acres all ll In -t:trove: ;; -rally Company. Inc. Z3J: ( First street.roi l I business jjsterclay.Judge ...:t?
fill( bearing with nuxli-rn liunKalow nu 2-27-etc. "II, was t'fethe.
hard r.ead. :3 miles from city limits.: I*: : KKI'AIKS: : -- i'--;; ; ;:; ;;:;: >. ,
X Box Ml. 3Itfc. II'WOPh..... turnitiinand. I N. (J. Stout has joined thr r ;\'.
utrnml.1 co to Wltw's i:.
lallr chap I ranks: of speed' maniacs lie has piirthasc :Dabled .. "
For t'al@o--O. electric g..It'rator, *,.U.-b- on Short" Start South of A. [ "
hard and Italtrrit. for private eleerte I'. 1. and" lioulrvard croaslng. Hut Fort light plant. In gall condition. Mm.llar : Myers 3.11.1757 :
-.) C. C5ari>,er, Ni" .>!.... :.:.-';ttIX : for
''" G.{ lisp view my ilt Oaa '. McLaucQlin of Saint rVersbuig :-
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mm* the rin
narrow>lt SAI-I-venjoucan:-If you ran wear buy a a pair pair of of !land; our that will< noun thine Iw the mall ants Florid valu- pail Florence S. ('.. is in atrktk3tre.

$*."fI! men's .hoar at Taminowan Eros al>le.. .load roada. i:...y 'Watwon. t'aslanilua. town for an i indefinite;l stay. I .

for IXt: '*. Come quick before the twit1.lamid. ,: __ l-ctp. tadivt.OO4LO8. f ..
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- Joay l.-auHful l G i -J. IJ. Thompson and son :!t1 .

.:! :i. '\ W.nTS- I| way x,5.11 fur near$;.:''."*''.lgt.l oak river Aydrli.tt.and l 111..1.i TuRalioma. Hich-- Fred L. :Metcalf of Saint Petersburg I Ii .aUti t..:>..,

JJl5: Chevrolet Touring car In gall eon Tenn :-%:-JIlt 1'. client Sunday( in town. : : .he
.mion for |l _
.#:: I"'inatown .t o n>,-JlJ- KomltHr rtreet. -- I i lydat 4twere _

.. ___.....::._ ___ __ _:3-2S-2tji._ u THREE DAY SPECIAL AT 1 -:Miss Cordie Xutt returned to I -on- '
j.t>R SAIJJ-A wonderful pick un bean- :iHEITMAN'S. Turn to our big Sanibel this. morning after speudin: : fib r,

(h'lOI'n..r Hfnl lot tt MxlJl!>l. aide Just of .1-JliKon'off of a IU I.>ult-..H>vard than: lad'| elsewhere.in the Press and II the ..- :*k-end in__Fort1)'t'rs..:.. : I I II I toDart .

o t ko hundred feet from rUi-r. iln l>ar- find out about it if you want to 1 ,
gal Act quh-k. Lfntr and Turner. --T.. II. Powell and. RV.. Vctlir I ( t .
Room 2. leon Blrtg. 3.3U; -:tp. 11'aH.I money on your footwear '
1 needs. of :Melbourne, are in this city DD'AV1ISliS&ANDr. Poe!
)....m SAUK! -Ford Car. like new are 2t. for an indefinite )length of tinir.F. j 1 'sec;- {
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Cakrk-l nnuMier! andHhork r
fS> tMiJJoon. strew -- '
aliwn-herti, lutrealn., ]*. 1'. S iitt. : I --- Ihort .+:
Naples; "'Ia. 'J-%' tc Spring cleaning's due. Wash ..the -. S. Laske.V.. \\'Oeff. A. Rut-I\ I IN THE BAY 'J; 1411.
-- -- windows-on the Inside I ..:
+. only so you rotte and J. Sn.ith returned to Saint .YD- a

1 FOR RENT won't need any tshadeg.: I Peteisburg after spending;.a few dui: I tern

1 here I ; I 'Jt1
Radio dcesn't work as well in sum- .. laze
"'01: JIKNT: -KurnlntK-d room. !',..mm..rrate" | mer. But you mustn't mind that. -James Sweeney leaves this atftrnotn Au
Royal Palm avrnue. -::!8:1tp.I : When these ; t
:66 ,,-- -- I You don't work, as well either.; for New York City after spend 1 g.one---al1cl .
KiHi- i.-rt.XT-C--- .........' unfurnlMh house ing several days here transacting !! I I ,the
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lnKaxt, 'urt Myera \I'I.lr| '
3lifc. 1 I j Had a big fire in Japan.: : Whole business.Dr. ate
I Cafe !j town burned. All we" can do is hope I F
VI it: 1Tline large furnlitln-d. downxlnlrs they're going fa st--- then 'tliisproperty tat. }
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hl..*i>(inK rtxim. a.-r.aa fromrourlhouHC. got some mah jougg sets.'BEWARE S. S. Anderson is spendinga t

15; arrtt tit.___3.22-Ife. few days here enjoyiag: the fisl.- I Is 3
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FOR RE \.JT-Very nice rooms, by Ing 3 .tcff returning tit his home in I '

week or' month 215 Lee St. 1-16tfc TuJ a. OMa. .. 'i iI iI comes off the
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I-oft n"ST-Ioom. at 4t5 Second SL -I .
:3.3tfagal _A. t K. (;(;.w'aud Vlfe, have r< i r 3y
{turned to" their home in Onanco !I.. I : '

P.-1:' lartleaon HUNT:: Store at on Fort Blake ilyer Mreet.Who John!..- GOUGH OR COLD ,..... after spepdiiit.tke' :: winter Ill' : market until next season :

: said Company. :-:St1c.
, t Grocery I I Fort Myers.I I I _
'_:? F'olt IKXT! : I4BW1M hy day or week. I t : : 1 '
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:8 Two Mortal from foot Office :04 $<"<;- -:Mrs.Parker Harrrtoir'Mobre. Mrs. F r 1
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--1 >T>U KKXT-Furnlnhed apartment rail of MU'h-. arrived yesterday I N"'more
Quincy!
I units will be until next fall. And
,;. at 23: KpKk-c.1>> Mntt.yrili :3.30-sip: : sfaiMrj. I opened no more property .
I !| Chronic coughs:; and pcr;Islcnt coUi lead' I for ) sliOjrt! { I Davis Islands will be offered at the
,r: ttFXT-.Ipartmrnl:::;: to man stud 1 -- i z on ever original; development
to serious IUD (IrouUe. You theta '. S 1 r
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-l 233 Palm
c aver wife c. .with. no. children. Royal 3-30-Ctp.; 1 now wish Crrotf ion. en cincbifird. creosote I' : \ .. t>na; 'S': Foster has return, d 1 I I'II, r prices !! : 4E

I I kit: is (,pU&siul tjke. CrrumuUioap : 'to her home .on. Pine! Island after! : I i

J FYII;[. ll IK.\T-r-N at Royal 5 Palm ronm Park.furnUh'twIhungalow Apply j is a iew: niejiral 41-soiivrry! with tucfi.lj ac- spending._ .several ;da\-8! I in town TIjiig ,I I' :: Present sales are averaging; $75,000 to $100,000 a day-and' increas- -

;d3 Feeler feplt3 (Ao.. 213: Kimt'-:_-; vtnHK.rt.t.. lion; it boolhus :.it>J Ixals: Ihc inlhniej, reratiy'Tand. friends.ijiiite ." : .I :'!7! ing Uaily. At this rate every remaining lot will be sold out. in .
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: : membranes or.J kills: the! gf-rro. : ? I (
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rccognjzJ : -: { : >. ,CK StWt and Dr.. G. A. ;: i I
Ly' tine! tnctl cat t rulrtiiily as the I
WANTED, J I ualcst bcdln: ]: ;;j-t-ncy: f..r the Irc.t llIII of 1 Ldnghrake have'returned" from &in-. i I f ': If :you. hope to Obuy any of these lots at the present development f
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; cl'ronic' cousin) and e.Id..nti! ujlirf forms libel Jlan4, where they> spi-nt thjwgekena .
| prices and share in the value growth between noand next
great
WA.NTK1>-lal : good common labor i at t f 'G 't.lciI.
: "of thrnit :rnjiini\ tr.1.. ;. Crmnukioii: 1 e I
and want to I
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)'* who ambitious ;
n ate : do once For the ..,
i, season must so at just soon .as lots now
:-. work Apply 'ready 'tor work at Kvertrladr '> contains in: edition Ij I creosote .' you as
lirown.*. CoHicr' >county, Florida.2-1-tfc.XV. It. .!1 hcJinj cIiTrinii hiili! toO:he and ,.:(01111.1: ''.J':hU.' 't. 'afarttsand i Perry C. /jMirlisT'returned' j i I, offered are sold all remaining Davis Islands property. comes off the' .B .

;tnlamtJ membrane! cnj flop tile ill jt : 'tt their borne in New ,; i

; POARDERS.WA\TEiti-In: rood quite. and inlbmnution: lil.ilthe c-rro..e goes York .City( -after. spending a plt"uant'wt.1ter II f-! arketIntIl next_ season. r.
bastion and with private family rtan.Minl.le .
In the stosi:; ch, ii cisorU"d! into the
, i>..1,",",. Inquire F. li.: Vaurhn: at on at theRiverview boleL t During the time,intervening $5,000,000 will be spent-in building and '
'. J teas Oftlce. 3tfcIlt4ItLiERU : MiMu), aitaiV<< tie t?.:t rf low trolIp: Bad "
;. : de&Irov the rrri: It: fad 13: consunp. ---- 1: construction work on Davis Islands. It is estimated that Tampa's : f
WAXTEFV. !1! Garrett lion.i --Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Courtney and I I' .
- Street Uood meals and room. UII....) for 1925vill ft
building permits reach '
W. 11. Dean returned this morn- $20,000,000. '
....k. J-:6-tfo. i CrcomuUran !h pu: :.r.ir.tcctl.tifctoty: in Mrs. ;: :.-
I i the IreatmeaS of cliionir, coughs .itnl culj.. ing from iJainesvllle where the t
\Y.\XTtI-Tq. : trade equity. Ailitremi In well J loX k>- :.Iiroiicliul actnii. cJUrilial! : l.rtimliitU and visited I the University at Florida I ; Next season when-new units are opened and the va&tsummer building I
rated lot for good car. : I
.t XY.Z care l-ren tfc. i' other fAJffci ef thitwt anrflJi*?'diva: .atul) I .. program has been? completed, much)higher prices wills prevail on t I I1i Ie Ir
-*---.-: ----r---f r 3 ttncTilfor !I.tfiUjk/rp tfcr fystrm: after Frank Smith' of Saint James City. "* *" aI ,

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-iF--- I is not relieved after t.Liti rdnsl \ .
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.. Phone 416 4 rings J-I7-MC:! iTrect'ons.!: Ask >wr: JuVuS ttt' "Crfcomnls .
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" WANTKlVhltp waltrciw: at KoyItou'w six! pound baby girl arrived at .

,tit wnt. Krtprt.-.' "'VpITJrs. Johnson.. a--ztpt:124 ..Ja..kj 1 1 j f -- u --- -- --- the home of :Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. I II I II :This trip! l leaving j 'ednesdaApril 1, at 8:15 A. M. and returning Friday,

1. ; and'Jatokkrrlwr. i I, LADIES. You 11 save money [Bowles at.911e o'clock this morning. Ap1,1vi?I will positively be the last of the season and:your last, 'chance to take one .,

AST..a-laDg. Auto lady Supply stenographer Store lit: on your footwear by reading Mother.:, and (daughter are. doing well. II'j _. of out: ({delightful! motor coach trips. '

Jaehron etrete l-'S-Stc." about our three day special else. 1 I I I I -' }Vf t:want: : you) to see Davis Islands for yourself. and will be pleased to include '

WANTED- TO -IlKNT-OnVram .....-.,1 where in the Press. 2.t.CO I I Joseph F,\l.l<*k, of New York i, youig-;; this !last party. Special reservations will be made at Tampa Bay HoteL .
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"Hmfurnl.... S room house with Bra i City 'i'bas''returned '1o Saint Pt>ter- j _' for e'aho }% gee ..
.,, Box X lnl car ITrM. J-IS-Stp week's visit in -Fort II ,, .
burg after a two- j jMyers.
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IrCmmakrr.<\Vhltp) wamstmw at Mlranol. and Grove plain, Riitvro.Fla. borne. cf bead or chest sre nor*e sily I i are time. I Ii! I.. Charles E. Nash ': II ,
treated ezurrially with- i ;
.. AUdrraa lraaol Crow. rirtero .
:I-I-tc.! :. I -Miss Ethel Azbill.: of Bowlins ; -,
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i'o'mnanj* SfK -5 I fcreen Ky.. bas accepted a positionas j P. DAVIS PROPERTIES
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Slwatklns Homo Nermvlttm In Fort secretary with the law firm cf.1 t
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My eni ilor than I;;' toted daily. ImnmcS3 Oxr 17 Milho Jan I'*r* troriyAN I Dunn. Agee &. Ronntree.. in the i Riyerview Hotel
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kliw Compumy. 'to7w Jowa UNUSUAL EVENT AT ; Home Office in Tampa
)IttnJ>hl.. r.tu.Y. ,i- T : I-Z.st.: HEITMANS.*S. Read: our footwear I Gladys Urainard and Mrs 11// Branches Throughout Florida t A

j\\ mEtJpcrf f4:1it: ienvaraja advertisements on anoth-1 Sylvia Gorton left this mor ling (or'' I I I II tt i

' .s. l>her. Kindly state salary expected. er nape of the Press. It will Miami as delegates to the grand -thipI I t

nQerences. Iii. !ffplr: Box 10:; Pare gaye,. you money.... on your Easter ter. Order) fcaslera:: Star. 'l'bey win ; I _':=" .
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The firm has bandied a great deal of < r
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than that of the combined sales of i I ; ( 1
the four preeeeding) seasons i
It I* located on the first floor of ,
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the Fthan! Building on the north ; 1
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A\. II Dean, of the San Carlos Com I :! ;: :: : ; I !I 1 ,
pany drove to Gainesville Thursdayto I ,
attend the Installation of the Delta; I : I .
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Zeta chapter o ftbe Delta Tau Delta | Duntijr) t tlu'!, p,1 1111't'ilt., : the intuit Dt ('ui' IHI-PH his entirely II
fraternity at the Intensity of Yor- I I : I Il i l lI changed \\'e Fill i I taro the carne: Jim> t-: ioinKrU carried but have deartmentized.U -
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in the Initersity of Florida makes a ,: The moist important department has Ijeiomc the OFFICE SUPPLY
total of sixteen fraternities in : : : department where all kinds of desks tables, filing cabinets safes Typo- ,

UatiiesTille writers adding machine, dictating machines, bo.:k cases as well as the
Following the installation held I in office lay out are carried. !
small appliances that 1:0 to make a complete
the :Masonic Temple Saturday :*"' 'r- \
noon a banquet was given that nigh. We have never asked anyone for business on the plea that we are a
About cne hundred members were Home Concern for, unless we can give you as good good for at I least the i'
present together with the wives of it.
: -anie monev: we ale not entitled to your business and don't want
out .
of town mmbersKoger : : 1
Clapp manager of Morris For seven cars Itlore going into this 1 business and for the fifteen
Plan hank of Tampa. acted as toast- : : ; : years we have been its business here this line his been the particular hobby .
maste Interesting addresses were : (If the one who established it and we do feel that in that time we have been
given by national officials/ of the fraternity : I fortunate in lining up -ome of the really best lines on the market. We )
,.7_ and Dr. A. A. Murphree those
have used a process of ehmmati::; throughout this time. discarding 1
president o fthe University! of Florida -
''F l lines that did not measure: uo to our exacting requirements and taking
v others that did. Today we feel that we have a line that is not only A
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Ml Ull KUK MthHt: Hill.H:I>>>
feel that we are, on account of this long experience: competent to I
Uf Tae A.ft..rUtr4 Press) j 1 j : : : ;; I \ I advise with you as to the best: lay cut of your office and will be glad to bet
1 : March 30. Manuel Ochoa. I '
MIAMI I ,"all assistance p;) ;sible whether we are given the order or not. This ser-
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foreman in a cigar factory here was \ou9
ice is absolutely l gratis and without strings. Mave help l
killed and 1H.. (data member of the ,
Twenty-Nine Royal Typewriters '
injured wen: the automobile ia: which ,
they were riding overturned on a j : : : 'I:
Monroe' county road at midnight ] } May we dem mstratt this wonder machine to you in your office on
Sunday. :our own work It i:-: the one machine five years ahead of all competition
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foreign matter, cleanses and heals the .
affected part.UCAKBO. :,
has cared old sores cf 210 First> St.I .
years' standing: within a couple cf i
jnonUu. Start now to get rid of '
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t-a double guarantee of profit ../1 Fort Myers\ has gone through the "Speculating"erait We have a main office and a branch office .

thly. income, profit amounting to :' is now in the era of "Investing", "Constructing" here in Foit l\1\ 'el s-an active, well located

plus.the profit which will be Each hear branch office in Saint Petersbuig-connections I
and "Realizing". day you
f the certain growth of populaes in Tampa, Miami\ and Jacksonville. have for

of a great big, fat profit made by some one or sale MILLIONS\ of dollars worth of property,
i inFort Myers is offered
you
& other-a profit made by quick action in the pur- either owned or exclusively listed.
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chase of some piece of property-some piece of 'I.
Scot es of investor for whom we have made

nts, stores and hotel rooms aregh property which the average man considered "too money are continually advising: their friends to

rentals-that there will be anal high." "Buy with Bainwell, he will make you money."

shortage t of rooms and housing
Our organization is in a commanding positionto
Ext
season-that ground floor of- Since 1910, in California, and in South Florida, I have heard
for and make
handle your purchases you your
jfie summer of the who "afraid the price
season, are as scarceCjhien'sfeeth the continual chant pessimist was
was too high". Of course the price is too high-it will always be RE-SALES for you.
which
facts
are upon
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too high for some people. Lucky for you if you can find the owner
which especially:; recommending at the 1/111'/
Properties we are pre-
of a piece of property who is willing to sell at present prices in
sent time are priced low enough SD: you can, with scientific pre-
Fort :Myers. If he didn't think his price was "too high", he would- cision, figure ;your) profits as of a year or two hence.
interested more in BUILDING Fort Myers ',' n't sell, and you would miss the opportunity to profit through his

I "" willingness to sell. Take "Coronado," fo- instance, where we are now selling .....
FULLY IMPROVED and wisely restricted residential lots for i!
bull, i. are so sure that building ..,
g lot there -
$1,250.00 and up. Do you suppose :you can buy a a year
;able to ycd and to us-we are so sure thatincreasing South Florida is developing fast-Fort :Myers is developing hence for $2,500.00? I do not believe you can, unless some owner
demand for vacant or built up especially fast, and will shortly be going at a pace which will sur- SIMPLY HAS TO HAVE CASH QUICKLY. ',
. icially the!latter), that we have worked out .
. get AUf the profit which is to be made prise our present and past Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. .
it with other real estate
Analyze the situation-compare .;
close in (whether consider "
property, you fields. Can you go into the close-in better residential sections ,: .
IN ADDI-
"investment" and can,
in ) you Mention\ "Fort Myers"\ in any hotel lobby in South Florida. See of Saint Petersburg, Sarasota or other similar city and get a .i I "
--4-'C NT YEARLY, NET, ON THE M homesite in built neighborhood for $2, oo.00- -- '---------- ------- 4-
,- .' ,the reaction-see the keen interest manifested by business men- fully improved a up
; AKKWG FOIL CERTAIN CLOSE IN Hardly, unless the owner MUST HAVE QUICK MONEY. fxy
when this "City of Palms" is discussed. Thousands, yes, tens of
IENT BUILDINGS! .
tKousands i interested in Fort Myers\ place to spend the '
are -as a
i Do you realize that 2,304 people added to this city between ." ;
-NET-YEARLY-THINK IT OVER winter-as a place to go in business-as a place to invest. the Trail and the waterfront, South from the City Hall to the
golf course, will create a community with an average of six
NCREASE IN LAND VALUESof homes to the block and that this section is the cream close-in resi- ,
Tens of thousands are waiting anxiously for the day when they dential property? Don't you know that there will, very scon, be I. r
a guaranteed 10 per cent yearly net in- 'can come South to Miami on State Read number Four and returnto 2,304 new people living in this choice section, and that prices of
nity to take ALL the "speculative" land the North by way of the Everglades, and State Road number from $3,000.00 and up will be very, very low prices. ,.,
bull' eye}with you-if you are not con- ,- Five. Waiting for the opportunity of seeing Fort Myers\ while 4
offers the greatest opportunity to"speculator's" CAN YOU DOUBT THAT A VACANT" LOT IN "CORONADO"WILL
rs you f., they are in Florida; waiting for the time when some hotel can entertain -
> :: profit, you are indeed a PAY YOU AN INCOME OF 50 PER CENT" YEARLY ON
"sold"" Florida at all. Our them here for a day or so while they are en route North
not e yoy will be one on of the members of guess that ... ;s or South along the "Great Loop Drive," the "Main Street of Flor- THE CASH IT WILL TAKE TO BUY IT?

repeated slogan of which is-"I remember y :,', ida", the TAMIAMI\ TRAIL-the road that will carry Fort Myers Or that you could build upon it, and rent the home at a yearly
ght i if for so-and-so." and surrounding country "Over the Top" faster than any other figure that would net you ten per cent? Or that you could builda
Florida city has ever "Gone"over". home for yourself, live in it a year or so, and sell the home ata .
OU t&1ng.-TEN; : PER CENT NET profit of two or three thousand dollars? Thousands of other
people, workingmen, professional men and tourists are doing itt
gement of certain extensive pieces of close When these around-see t yearly in South Florida. See one of our salesmen if you are not .
great throngs stop overnight-look
-one "El Dorado adjoins the Royal Palm ; yet "sold" on "Coronado" as an "income producing speculation"if "
Hall and Park avenues of Royal Palms such as they can see nowhere else in the
adjoins the City
ront ime he can't sell you a lot in "Coronado", let him take your sub-
'rfroni Both face the main future traffic United States of America-talk to investors who have made scription to the "I-could-have-bought-it-Club."

-Sai' Petersburg and Miami, the TAMI- money here-when these thousands and tens of thousands see .
OR BUY BUSINESS PROPERTY IN "EL DORADO" _
ice tl RESENT main traffic arteries of -: the progress being made by Fort Myers and learn what a delightful "i 1 j .
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t or McGregor Boulevard. Each propertyhree } place it is in which to live, and work, and play, and make -' El Dorado offers you a "right-in-the-city," ground floor opportunity -
blocks of the most desirable business to buy business property that is GOING UP IN PRICE,
) money-when they really DISCOVER Fort Myers\ can you and that is priced today so that you can take a profit on the va-
iniagine that the $200 per front foot property of today will be ." cant land, or build a two story store and apartment structure '

a buildings located upon either one of these TOO IGH at $1,000 per front foot? You'd buy it, quickly, then :' ;'J ,'.;, that will pay you a BIG INCOME NOW, and that will pay you a '
ir PROPERTY, and lease them from yout at $1OOO-if you could get it.1 can't by any reasoning-by any '. very attractive "speculator's profit". "

a monthly rental amounting to TEN PER comparison with other cities which have grown, see how anyonecan
Last of the land and building; Join those with vision-the moneymakers who are buying-
upon taxes the and Insurance.. doubt that people will gladly pay $2,000 per lot within a very visit us and get the facts about Coronado, El Dorado, and the -

le iv time,and take a "speculator's" profit if short time for homesites located in subdivisions developed from other properties we offer including our 10 per cent, guaranteed,
fiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii f acreage which I have recently sold at $500 to $750 per acre. net, yearly proposition-with the "speculator's profit" added.

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I handsome ring to the student his fellows of the faculty and saying, '''that we can go down and see it for !lion looking down on the Gulf-1L
went down to see if they have It. give a !I I
EARLY FORT MYERS HISTORY +!'who according to the rote of his fellow !- ''What I deeply deplore U that we Slit the round trip from Tampa, and"!, we had thitoo! of Pron-
They have. I great gifts
I I II students. Is most morally clean. have not each of us a ring: I wish that everyone in clearwater "The three Md
I rt I "It is correctly called: the City of I 1 once heard a professor when presenting -1 I "In the same sense I envy Fort could!
I TEEMS WITH INDIAN WARFARE I Palms. There was a time long ago this ring-a rather delicate j Myers. I am very glad that they and come back and do some'im": ; Foresight. A. T. COR.\-wELL !;
when it was.; and then a time when I matter-break the Ice by turning to have this splendid tropical displz. about tc, With our splendid eleva ,: (

lit was not; IUd now it is more so -- -- -

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N tietrrnLeat XaJatalas Unitary Pest 1 mldlt,. The warmest weather occurs 1 can imagine I am an 'Old Timer' ,Y' .1!7(7f7f P Pmr_ "",", "mmnRA7m1C1tFfi'IISC7C= + EI'Y="1.\Ii.. '\\B",,",,

at Former Frontier fettle. during July and AugniC The mean I myself. I remember Fort Myers : i
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nearly forty years ago. There was
to 85 degrees, continuing about 80 degrees :
Fort Myers. the "City of a grove of bearing cocoanuts on the LOTS NOW ON SALEin
Talm..- and county seat of Lee during the month of September. waterfront. Other old-timers who remember i

j County 1s situated on the southern the disasters of '8< and ten

: bank of the beautiful Cal- A Healthy Sertien. years later mow what became of : I

: oosbatcfiee river flfteea miles The primary thing to consider In them and all their sort down to the ,
r from the Golf of Mexico It Is I
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seeking a new location Is the healthfnlness -
111 miles south of Jacksonville ef the One circle "Then about treat years ag:!,
country. may
JeT miles south of Tampa, and the globe and not find climate Judging by the development, everybody ,i I
Is 400 miles farther south than
more conductive to healtn and enJoy- in Fort Myers must have gotten I I
Ban Diego California. Beautiful Carlton GroveSUBDIVISION
a The first 'historical account ment than Is to be found In this sec the palm fever, and must have had it !
: tion. Pneumonia and many of the ever since; so that every front yard II
of Fort Myers on record U when
y common diseases of the North are is fairly choked with magnificent
It was occupied by the UnitedStates
practically unknown here palms as fine as you would find in :
i mllltla on November t,
.' I People suffering from overworkand Santiago or Port Antonio, and even
1841. It was abandoned March jl
21 nervous diseases are restored to the back yards, instead of chicken
184J and until 1850 there la
health by living out in the open coops and other litter are nurseries ii
: nothing known of the place and
the flowers, fruits and birds
among of palms
It was apparently forgotten. On
Pure artesian water for drinking purposes "There are thousands and thous '
< February 14 Major Kldiely was
i j5> ordered to proceed to the mouth can be obtained In any quan ands of palms. I really mean It. j
i of the Caloosbatchee select the tity. Stately royal with smooth shaft-like !
0..' i most eligible point on Its south When Mother Nature was seekingfor granite column lazily sagging cocoanuts This magnificent :McGregor: Boulevard prop- The present natural beauty along Manuel Branch

; .ern bank, establish a military favors a ,place she must on which have to selected shower Fort her Fishtails, with fruit picturesque of all sizes Golden, grotesque: Recth- erty located only a few hundred feet below the vriD appeal to alt It is a beauty spot nature ;
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and the Fort
post name place lovers
will
!- Myers In honor of CoL. Abraham Myers, for on no other place has she ers; cocoa waving tremendous plumes home of Thos. A. Edison and Henry Ford is being appreciate. ,
t lavished as many of her gifts Then there are all the poor relations j I i
C. Myers, distinguished home- I
the attractive
of most
: ; veteran of the Mexican war and Fort Myers is the El Dorado of opportunities -: In great profusion; seafortlas Wash- deeloped: into. one Good paved streets, sidewalks parking set !

at that time the chief quartermaster and possibilities, and all Ingtonlas, and the Phoenix tribe, each site locations in the City. to palms and plants, and with all modern conveniences -
that is needed Is the master hand to
handsome when by itself, but looking
: of the war department '
:,t of Florida. Fort Myers was occupied develop these natural resources More\ragged and disheveled by contrast. I this truly will be a location you will

by the mllltla for eight men of vision, purpose and determination "In those feverish days they did I The property has over 1,200 feet frontage enjoy for jour home-especially when you consider -

years, on account of disturbances search are of needed.territory Men that who will are challenge In- not confine themselves to palms. I I McGregor:: Boulevard. It will be one of the that every safeguard has been provided in
with the Seminole Indians. a There are fiffteeo. twenty, thirty feet the of reasonable restrictions for
f their highest powers and endeavors I main entrances to Snell Bros. magnificent way jour pro- C
In May, 1851 the troops high, Mangoes, Sapodillas Avocados
?' were removed from Fort Myers are invited to visit Fort My Tamarinds like great oaks. The com- Edison Heights development. Bearing orange tection. t
and Investigate the wonderful opportunities -
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and the name and a few atone mon sprawling seagrape that grows and grapefruit trees are on the rear of all lots;

., relics are all that remain as ocular offered demonstration, and be convincedby of the wild on the keys can be trained intoa but one of the most attractive features will be These lots are of generous dimensions and I :
.. mementoes of Us former mili tree with smooth brown trunk and will sell rapIdly. There not lots \
are sodon't
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many
merits of this city Manuel Drive which will follow the winding
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Fort Myers has
J'tarlmport.lnce. great glossy green leaves. I saw one
!i grown from an army post, established beside a house, and Judging from the course Manuel's::\ Branch a beautiful fresh water delay thinking you can get one whenever i
lilt (/omntiL) : LMIES
want it "which
1841, Into a thriving FORT MIEKS probable heights between: joints of 'he stream that forms the northern and easterly you you probably can--by paying

city of. several thousand inhabitants. house this tree was thirty-five feet boundary of the propertj The land between the original buyer a substantial profit. I'

I That people living In other sections high I saw a Bauhinla nearly as :Manuel: Drive and the Creek will be dedicated I
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M* ks of Florida envy Fort Myers people is large; which must a spectacle
I. : 'The rapid growth of this city and shown by the following article, from when it U covered with butterfly for park purposes for the pleasure? and benefit Lots offered on terms of 25 per cent cash, I I

;territory is due, primarily, to its ideal the pen of Dr. A. T, Corn well, well- blooms particularly of lot owners in this subdivision. balance within two years. \
known resident of Clearwater who In "I don't count such common things:
climate. The climate of Fort Myers is I ,,
of as poincianias, Kucallptus AustralIan -
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eternal and for
the gateway to spring
pines, which are constantly being
the City of Palms. follows
.. this reason it has become celebrated "Wedding journeys are popular la dug up and carted away. I also makeno ''
and much sought after, Because of arcou.it of gigantic masses of F
our family BO last week Mrs Corn-
the wonderful climate, one sees here well and I took one, or rather, thetwentysixth Bougalnvilleas. gorgeous Crotons aad
in midwinter a profusion of tropical other foliage plants .J t
anniversary of one, to
I \ growth similar to that In the West I I "Their tourist hotel the Royal BROTHERSE 1S
Fort Myers I was drawn by the big ,
t Indies Impression Many that people because labor of under the the ex reputation of Fort Myera for being Palm, looks like the servants quarters SNELL JOHN D. LYNN -

treme southern location of Fort My- tropical. It Is; I dont ever doubt It. of the Belle view; but the grounds
: We all live in the edge of the tropics around it look like a million dollars.
ers, the heat would be very oppressive -
during the summer months, but'this The wealth and glory of tropical vegetation "You home-folks who may have
'! On account of itsi is our common property and had patience enough to read this are
is an error. OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS
opportunity. People do not come to doubtless thhklng, what is all this
proximity to the Gulf, cooling breezes t
'sweep across the peninsula from Florida to see pines and oaks, but to us l
ocean and gulf, thereby mitigating palms and oleanders. We ought to "It Is the custom at each annual

in a great measure, the disagreeable get ready to give them what they commencement of the Citadel Military ",' n yn;rnr rn,ins y j iueL. i
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 Material Information
Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
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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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;ELCOME to the land of Everlasting Springtime -

: p [Wj ; to the land where mother nature in her kindliest

moods beckons you to glistening sands which stretch away and away; to blue

green waves which cast aside their white caps and murmur softly at your feet; to whispering -

; ; palms through whose gently waving plumes the sunlight sifts; to stalwart pines and

spreading oaks whose moss hung branches waft the grateful gulf breezes; to the brilliant-
hued flowers of the tropics which smile at you twelve months in the year.
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':-.- ---Myriads-of- in every shade T>f'plflfhiage; from the'most gorgeous of reds and the, --.:- -- : .. -..- ;-,;

\ '_. most dazzling of yellows to the most sober of browns; carol their welcome to every joy of : : '

;:;! : this tropical land. They bid you welcome to our out-door sports-to our-hunting and fish-

ing, to our swimming and boating, to our golf, to our tennis, to our shady walks and to our j

moonlight dances. They bid you welcome to all our restful quiet; to everything that makes '.. ::

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I -- ,, .- the integrity of its people. The Fort :Myers Press, "the best little daily in all Florida," asks Ali i

J'/7;. I you to make its office your headquarters. Its staff is at your service. The paper i is yours. ,,.;'
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I, f t In this great South Florida of ours, and in all To one who does not know what has been donein A double profit-a doublea

I 't, other real estate fields, buying property for Los Angeles, Miami, Saint Petersburg and -- cashable monthly income

'- profit is done "anticipation.." Those who wait scores of smaller "play places" in tropical climes, 10 per cent yearly plus the pi

I' 1 for realization r consummation of the project the idea of investing a piece of vacant land to yours by virtue of the ceitaiij

II, that will raise values-invariably pay a peak make 50 or 100 per cent per year seems i idiculous. tion and land values in Fort Ji

6 price-pay some speculator, or several of them, through our service.
III j;J an enormous profit because of their procrasti- But the science of making vacant land "pay an

income" of 50 cent the cash invested -
II, nation. per per year on That apartments, stoles a;

in South Floi ida has been worked out just as in demand at high rentals-1

| Hardy pioneers, reckless gamblers, keen vis- accurately as the science of making a Bond pay extremely critical shoi tage o

| ; ioned capitalists, and others who can afford to six per cent. facilities her next
e season-i
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I 1 a possible development years ahead. There are just as many "ifs" and "ands" abouta ices, even for the summer s

as the proverbial hen's teeth,
"conservative" bond
as there are about a pieceof
I :; Such men or women "take a chance"-put money into property all
I l' of low price in a community where development is uncertain- properly located South Florida land. we agree.
I where the prospect of transportation is doubtful-where roads j
g j > are bad-where pouplation is scarce--where factional differences Any "bad" condition which will affect South Florida growthwill This organization is interested mor
I' 1 are keen-where modern conveniences are absent-where prospective affect the secu-itv behind: ninety-nine per; cent of the most than in SELLING it.
I' 1 development may come at some uncertain future time. conservative bond issues. Only a terrible National calamitycan
I stop the onward march of progress: that has only just begunin We are interested in iii, g i ill_
1 Hill, Harriman, Huntington and others blazed the trail to Florida. And even that would not stop the growth of Fort it will be doubly profitable ycu ana
f the far West-led the way to a country that millions now mow Mj ers. there will be an ever increasing dem,
I'll was certain to develop-because it has developed. i iFlagler property here (but especially the lattea
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A CHALLENGE TO THE DOUBTERThe plan whereby you can get
upon a vacant piece of close; in prope
.. Plant Disston Ringling and scores of other pioneers
'- led the to Florida when 80,000,000 people believed it to be .. following statement is one of the most; daring, one of the it a "speculation" or an "jg estment
way
., .. most important, and one of the truest pieces of advertising ever TIN,
; an overflowed jungle. The real development foreseen by thoseI get TEN. ((10)) JffifoCENTFyRTpRlCE
I men is only just beginning-the surface of Florida has hardly written about any city, and I will meet, in open public debate, WE ARL ASKING "
before three judges to be chosen by to be
-one my opponent one
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:1 T. chosen by myself, and the third to be chosen by the other two-
anyone who wishes to: argue the question with me, and I will put .
I'I f Those who bought: in Fort :Myers thirty-twenty-ten-yes,
up One Hundred ($100.00)) Dollars as a forfeit to him if I do not TEN PER CENT-NET-YI
III I- even three years ago, were not investors-they could not be win the debate.
certain of any definite return upon their money at any certain, PLUS ALL INCREASE I\i
definite time. They could not know when the developments now
assured would be a fact. They anticipated the possibilities: of Read it-analyze it-pick: it to pieces-think it overact If the above offer of a guarantee]
upon it if you would make your money earn its fullest possible
I future development-they knew it would come some day, but come, plus the opportunity to take
income for here is the
jcu- statement that means REALllOEY
could not possibly forecast their profits by scientific
i they any profit doesn't score a bull's eye wit
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"'; method of calculation. you you upon and a Hundred
; winced that Fort Myers offers you j
Dollars for you if you can disprove it in open debate- -
I INVEST yet get the "specu1ator'shopelEss |
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That they are able to sell today-instead of three years henceat "ONLY ONE CALAMITY\ CAN STOP POPULATION FROM case. You cannot bejsold"
i a ten or twelve to one profit, is their reward for taking a DOUBLING AND MONEY FROM DOUBLING IN FORT is, that five years hence, you will be
ten to one chance that we would have, in 1925, the present develop- MYERS REAL ESTATE, NAMELY: FAILURE TO COMPLETE famous club; the often repepil slog
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FIVE AND TWENTY-SEVEN, AND THE NATURAL FLOWOF YOUR
HOW AND WHY
Let us now leave the "speculators" and study the advantagesof AUTOMOBILE TRAFFIC WHICH WILL BE UPON THEM
those who buy today-the "investors" who take no chance AS SOON AS THE MISSING LINKS ARE COMPLETED BE- We have the management deer
who do not have to gamble--who do not have to guess-who do TWEEN THE TAMPA-SAINT PETERSBURG POPULATION in business property-one "El Doraj;
not have to wait years for possibilities, but who can forecast with CENTER AND THE MIAMI POPULATION CENTER." Hotel and the waterfront bne&U<]
precision a certain profit to within a month or two of the time property; : and the waterfront I Both I
it will be paid. artery between Tampa-SairilPefersl
Investors in Fort Mvers are not dependent, to the same ex- _., r AMI TRAIL. Both face th. lIS
,. tent as in other South: Florida cities, upon the continuing or increasing the
City-First Street or McGnfo
Read the next column carefully-study it-tear all to pieces, of winter visitors., Whatever increase
we may! have in mentioned is within three blockfo
if you can, the statements and reasoning contained in it-com- tourist patronage will mean an ADDITIONAL
increase over and blocks of Fort 1
pare the strategic location of Fort :Myers with that of any other above the CERTAIN and SURE increase which will result from Myers.We \of
city-compare the climate, the fishing, the roads, the waterfront, the completion of the TAMIAMI TRAIL, "The Main Street Of
I the and who it advantage offer to sell vou buildings
men women are developing -compare every Florida. Commercial and business travelers over the Tamiami
and disadvantage that have here with those of other choice pieces of CITY PROPER
we Trail, travelers who will spend the night here-who will
fields for investment-make any comparison you will, and BUY- hotel atd.ga acccmmcdations here will, alone, bring require about for; a period of vears at a moifthlvY ;
I BUY TO YOUR LIMIT-NOW, for right now you are faced with the doubling in size of Fort Myers-and the doubling in value of CENT NET YEARLY upon the! [
the most certain opportunity for great profits that you have ever many pieces of property which we are offering for sale! at this we will take care of the taxes ani r
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Pleasures and Benefits Gradually Overthrowing [ in Cerntany; annou.iced thi.. morning ThurMl.i.it mono with t Ia' tniint .1.-
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birOr.i K. I' lalin n-ceivc.1 a iii, .
1 All That Savors of how that none of the seven candi 1-
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Religion American I 11 iitn! I lhi> .humming. : from adqiiirtersf
'lat"lr..iv"f a majcri'y of vtrtcs. a.r..j'llIfr.1i
Educators Are Told f !the Hut try::! International at Cliic.igoi.riii _
| b> the tor titiii-n.: makin,g; ,
riX'H'i him to act :toO -'> i'a: ,.
a sei ont ..I U-inni:l 1 In'> ,-.[1'Th" wP.. Franklin Plans
SECTION HAS HAD EXTENSIVE COMMERCIAL:\ i"PI'i -i. njuc; ; f,1', lnrl.t; tm: , GROWTIII' ... .
.nd pvtilinu: I i- fixed lor April 21i:! ;h I
\\ f l.."iiilr. oVesl l'oin! c.i and Second Sh
I Bets
i Containing 250
I' On this occasion the r-imliifcite having
e Commission i In it n-eiHence.. :Mr. Thapin. -
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Christian a< < om.i -
t q on Work Hears R ,- !p.1> ncd( li> a niiinlM r of lII..mh'r of etc.
Work In Various be declared ele.-teil.
Suoth American j
I : the lull IKTIwill. : EO to {'nn'a Ci rda "
I I'!
,; Communi '
tes 1'IIIII"-.1\! and "r .'DlZt' the !I'unta
i --- ';i CAPT.GWYNNEGAINS (i-d.: < hili The m.-ftuiK '. ill! be ARCHITECTURE TO BE FLORIDA DESIG"Oaks" '

(toy The AtMM-iiiiril )'re._) I I t held. : a- t tin-;, nthrov" 1 -.tnr: liritkhotel
j r MONTEVIDEO.! :: 1\lanb30.-A from 75,0 to 2,15.; and that the num r : t tI
grow- SLIGIITL I
I tog spirit of materialism with a tends tier cf rational from the several republics -' j at Ba1 tow is Added to Franklin Chain;

to throw overboard anything engaged as evaagelicaj pastors \I I Will be Remodeled and One Hundred
that savors of religion aid a tendency and "teachers baa grown from' !! A message flout Xew" York! comrv;, MACK\ LETS l HIT

to question all traditional modes of l.CM'U to 3.10C, During the ..... the information i 11I..thilt.. CuptiiiWilliam 1 Room Addition :Made\

thought are the principal reasons twenty yearn the amber members i' F. (;iwvniie is n..t yet! out o fs: CO WEATHER .
why the of Protestant ; danger and is still very .weak he i ii i- Fort Mvers
evangelical churches of the churches i la all repnhlira ; is :going to baan- mom office! and lobby on the second
South American republic should increase has grown from :.lu.Mitt: to 122,600. i! gaining a little iud is fairly comfortable. Bj JOI1X J. SOL1t < ther 1.trge hotel. A hotel strictly floor.

the amount and scope of their Relative to I labor and the church. ; He is able to so out f.>r a I l'nU-I',,' ::1"1.1| uilh\.u-Ail.l-tk-s t..r; "'"Ir. si pond.;n( up-to-date and modem in everyrespect. I The cuastraction and equipment .>f .,

work the the report j jj short drive each day with" Mrs r One I that the entire will the
a says report of the Commission says: !1. I -- --- city new hotel will cost about KSO.Iino
on Christian Work in SouthAmerica. j "Throughout practically the whole 0Wynne, who still r.'in ties besidt Ki'STIS.: FI I.. March :':..0. The At'reled .- !be proud of. one that is going ta>> be and it will be the very latest In design '-

The chairman of the commission history of the organized labor move- him despite the )"lieautt of spring!: i in t !i-us Sunday in this city ,'[vi !i-strncted by Fort Myers people.I' being along the line of what I it:

j which prepared the report : mpn!. its adherents have seemed to '; the S..w'ork park* !i n' red iiiiioiitc I the hills and lakes 0: Thioe years ago many people thought known as norMa architecture. From

was Dr. Charles }I. liraden of Chicago {think that the church is a caplialigtic Captainlaynue's<<; second\ ( operation Florida: afer lasting!: rolumbtis ". 'that the plans of W. P. Franklin for (I the Information that the frees has

a former college professor of ': organization, dominated by capitalistic to IKp..'rforui.'d. like! the tjrsl. JBf d 4. Saturday.: ."> to 1. The .\'" were 1000t.It I the :larger; and more prei.-.tio s received there will be nothing letter
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the Methodist Episcopal church ia I interests, which seek, through ,:' by the..renowned Dr. W. II. Coley.) i is. .1 sir.mpe"' loan over Winter Ha- !''Franklin Arms was a dream. It wasa :Ii. hotel construction or equipment In I

t Chile. ..; the .church to keep in submission! the yet to -. This ,operatin depends "a i :i l.ide l ; they shivered'I somewhat' dream, but it showefl, the vision of I the state and bent of all. it is prom-

t "While not to notably true in the less favored portions! of society. Has !'on many things and man things!!: depend nut i lie n".rt'oat",. were hauled out of'':'I me' of Fort Myers dauntless citizens 'ised to the people nut later than l.ecember -
; on the oncrutiou. The many the! trunks.! The meither vision that long since passed into I fifteenth
1 northern sections of South America" evangelical! Christianity ia l.atiD.. was slightly's; :: I
friends .
of
: Captain and Mrs. Owynae
\\alnter t when the team here. .0 substantial I construction and is now The people of Fort
nays the report "the southern republics i America done anvthing to disprove i sot!: Myers are going )
i i are hoping for the best. Their addreamt .
J 1 'Th. tar i of the really businesses
\ \left Winter Haven Sunday outstanding : to have
early an
are entering upon a period of |this statement : l..ive its leadersshown ,,. : opportunity to buy I
is Prix itf J'a v itioa. Hospital 1 or'I
the For
. themselves tut rnins; 10Dl nlW i intensive commercial and industrial i!I i in any special way I II |for the Ruptured and Crippled, :321: 'long been Mr.
hire u<> bravely despite their ancient1'vintaiie ; congratulating Frank II of the hotel company and with this
development which. Is giving a great i I jto I be the friends of the exploited l 11 East 4Snd street New York City. i! into in'1'' I I lin i on his vision. I amount of
material. Impulse to each country, but groups In the national 1 life! i __ __ ._ h __. i (k-rald ('hapnn.n 'I>.t:;; hiiMix.s man and got Kustis Just '' Tod iMr.. 'I preferred stock: will |M" I
Franklin having dcomon- given
time half
'! to crash through! the dining ; : a.i much of the common
i I" at the same time shifting the Kan evangelical Christianity ,, "
any EK1HT DIE AT maDE tKOSSINO
2- of crime. put up a >'ilf front while : room doors although a head waiter itr.it'tl his ability as the operator of stuck.: Only IL'OU.UOH:: of common stock:
word to SaY to the p
as militaristic: j (
t I :iDiarcliiiis; to I the courthouse :it 11-trt- insisted. it was past: the ho'r. *i large hoel. has the vision of an- [ will be issued and as the preferred l
gious, evaluation of life to one that is :; policy)" of the land in which It is work- 'j tag Tbr4wriatril rnaa' ) (
otherrnd
'I On the Hacks will their larger tact one that the stock and the bonds
.Vond-iy to be
try Issued
itrcngly materialistic. Within the i iing? Have the churches any dlslial.truilslon I C1116AGO: .-Marcb.30.-TwXhe persons ford t'o.iu wlii-r he is being;;:: tried I. will ;
skill against Baltimore j greater city of Fort livers now needs.. all be retired
r. inten .l; u tl within fifteen the
last few years there has been a vast I! of peace and international! i'i were killed in automobile accidents for the murder of a :New Britain years I
I Igoatwill' 'fur weeks ,
many people have hersbeing 'OlumOD stack
league champions, for the five will then
past the hotel.
I ; in aad near Chicago Sunday Conn( i polii-fiiiau.. Note how he haspulleil own
increase in the connections, both i : are the social ,
among many | < years. Baltimore team mates of BhiI' turned away from the hotels The people will hate .a'permanent
commercial and Industrial between i II questions regarding which evangelistic ( 'eight ofthemwhen.a.train.struck: a.t liU: eevt-!. over the detainingst hops Lamar and (Craves all former! >f the city because they were fall toiapacity. I paying investment The '
; 'automobile on a grade crossing. .I! bracelets.'Dorado .
I ;, I.atfri' American lands and both i iKurcpe Christianity ought to heve tae I Orioles welcomed their friends eag- The new -plans of :this Press predicts that this amount of
I R; ..' : and North America. The re- | word the report declares. ----------- -- ---- --- -------- ; erly. Franklin' call for the construction oft tock. Mill. be subscribed in this:city \.:

c suit has been that. large numbers of The commission asks the congress 1 UI] pl iue'I'usiness'Stlhdivision i Groves; Connie Mack and his son-1:, tea story concrete fire-proof hotel I within the next ten days or two -,

r repT0 &BtaliVffi?; 'TTom Europe and to male a study of how te at, 'he .aftornucu. on the golf,1 with :2f.. rooms, every room with ';weeks. That will mean that:; the construction f f

, :> North America, interested in the mar better trained and larger force of Is Developed oy BarmvellIn [Elnka while many of the players went Kith,. &ad- with nine store rooms on ran loan >w Started: and -
. terlal profit have into these: he ground floor. The hotel: will there
gone evangelical: ministers, BOW to {fishing.! Compared to the tropical eH- ; new ;i will be no delay anywhere
,. J countries with their capital and plans strengthen j ; the present training | mate of Fort Myers Bust's and \Vm- ,11 Ie constructed on the corner' of along the line In the construction

f' ., 1 for commercial I expansion changing j ing with them. W. F: Barnwell of the Barnwell a business subdivision in the ter Haven seemed like a city in \...- .''lackson and Second streets on the few !Islet l Needed

j the character and outlook: of whole i I schools) and theological schools to ]tealty Co., of Fon Myers and Saint very heart of Fort Mye,., mans for ka. : property>' now occupied by the :Motor 1 This news is especially good at'thia
1 1 republics." [ as El \ This in. Just the thing that Connie on. :Mr. Franklin owns this (corner : time for with the. likelihood of
staff and curriculum and. how tot1:>te4 kurg, the City of Palau poss- Dorado: call for a picturesque type i j'I the
I A sun1of the development of. ,Ilaals'not 'only a real estate: man of building suitable to the i+: : Protestant churches in South America. ;' carryon a special ministry for studj j whose activities run into the millions !and also include a giant pleasure and''all training: plans unless the team is; i! street and IIS! on Second street. year it is absolutely essential

shows that during the past 20 eats \Vork ing-ruf'n. so-called "Intel- >' 'early but a loyal: citizen ever active 'recreation: pier extending out into tbeautifwl he!" fortunate' enough to become acelimaj j I Fare (lit Jackson additional hotel accommodations:

; years the number of evangelical lectuals" and other groups not now 1 Q projects which! make for a bigger Caloosahatehee. )!I ted as they slowly wend w-iy !j It'i is expected that the main en- provided
G'j' reached by N'orih American evangelists Is''north. An epidemic of sore throats, 11 rance to the hotel will be on Jackson The
; pastors and teachers has increased ,, ',nd better planned city. The Bitrnwell sales organization completion the Tamlami
1 and the national pastors work- I. Before coming to Fort Myers' Mr.Jarnwell ''one of the \best equipped in Fort "Iyeria ;' tonsilitis and colds: made their appearanee street with the office lol.ban" !' Trail and Koud Number 2 Into Fort

EFFECTI operated extensively in othr and in the words of their chiefs today. j'principal dining rooms en the second Myers from the north and the probable -
: FINAL VOTE PERIOD IN I Florida cities and. had long bee "They are more interested in building'Fort ISaltimore is always a hard nut for'fl oor. There will be a roof garden < completion of the Fort Myers
the Athletics to crack. Bur Connie ioing room, and a .,>e-ial private Palm; Beach
Myers than in selling it. [ Boulevard the
matching the City of Palms for the during i
: AS PRESS CAMPAIGN\ END NEARS.:ipportnne moment to enter the field i The double !spread ad. in the rover will pitch Lefty Groves and Sam Gray 'icing: room. This private dining: : ,,coming year also greatly Increase
against the Oriole today and i is ".)r.rI; ; room will be on the mezzanine: the "
-- ------- ,,itre.' Early in 1921: he decided that section of this issue of the Press'gives } I necessity for the building of Just :.
Aggressive work during the next I times the effort put forth. ItDon't hue had arrived. His Cleveland ave- in Mr. arn.-ell's own words: J Went of victory. I floor and will look out on the dning: J I ,such a hotel 1 as Mr. Franklin promises ::
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I subdivision in which the street why he believes in Fort Myers fa- ,,} I us. "
five days will probably decide the forget the campaign will i income lae
auto winners. The club race is over to a close Saturday and each |ras widened to one-hundred feet was ture and the opportunities that exist i j Come on people of Fort Myers, and J
I'
in less than one week and candi- aad every contestant is asked by the hough to be visionary- Subsequent for the investor who sees ahead. i filet us have no laggards la this mat-
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dates seem determined to keep faith i management of the campaign to acquaint opinion]. and the adoption of Mr.tarnwell's u :j' ter. Let us each take a lIttle of the

s. .: with their friends that have assisted themselves with the closing; i move by other property 'at..k. and help make It a &0. in the tt

them by helping with a subscription! rule cf the campaign that will ]'.. have illustrated the correct- INACCURACIESDELAY FORT :MYEUS; .MOST BEAUTIFUL CITY 1[ Shortest possible time. ,

y at some time during the race. Setting published in the Press! this week. lt'm iesg of his action.Large Hurrah for '\'. P. Franklin. Who
CENSUS That Myers: i is the most tropically beau- I i will tie the next man to announce the
a new record that will go down in each $30. the annals of the Press great prize you will be given 25.IMM) extra cccnUy in Fort :liters sponsored! Mr. \- -- tiful city in the state has long been an acknowledged beginning of work on another ble.bo- '

r campaign as the most remarkable'' votes and these extra votes will mean 11 larouvll are (Comnado containing toy The .\....>rh trd Preaa) fact. The particular: beauty of nearly I tel or a big apartment house.

event in every way the 50,000) extra j that you will win if you work I li sigh l alas .-JcU-niial\ sites and Kl TAU-AIUSSKK.: :March $).--Inaccuracies cvtry section of the state is rej;;-otluced here. II I I hill .n.., Build at'Jtanewi s ,

m vote period closed Siturday with a.! ,- in the census returns from This means for Fart Myers an anr-zing varietyof I i In addition to the new hotel here

burst of enthusiasm and excitement. Prize-Winning Headdress many of the counties are delaying tropical and sub-tropical trees, shrubs, vines ; )Ir. Franklin has purchased the Oaks 'v

Many candidates- as a result of the' Ihe tabulation offer were able to Increase their 1925! population, it was it and make It another
of the
the variety a matter of n _te, but here, all grow-
scores thousands of votes-votes .tated today by Dr. Koaland M. Harper
by 1K splendid hotels in the chain of hotels
ing thing; attain a mar.-eous! degree of perfec-
that will go a long way in taking in charge of the census: bureau. : be has planned. Of the Bartow
tion. Moss hung pines and oaks vie with'morethan
them high up in the race for the Unless they were eliminated, he said ; project the Tampa Tribune today
hundred variety of ralms as a backgroundfor .
Essex Ford touring car and the b<- census totals may not be completed a says:

s'r,. other prise: that will .be given away in time for the legislature to cur beautiful gulf sh::re. The magnolia, the !! .\ new hotel for Bartow to cost

in live days time. make a reappomtaie 0(. the representatives bahinia the Royal I'olnciaaa: and other flowering $4 exclusive. of equipment. Is

To those who have longed for an this year. as provided in trees vie with the glorious: poinsettia the gorge- assured I W. I*. Franklin of Fort

q automobile the opportunity is here ''he ('ous tution
; with given to get one. Votes and 3, t tI November. other flowering shrubs in their prtfusicn;: of ;Franklin Arms of that city has

votes alone will decide the winners. ------- -- blossoms, while! hundreds of other trees vines taken over the Interests of Hugh

L P 1yt e ?-rt., The final extra vote period to be alt i shrubs and smaller plants placidly cont-ibute tithe W., Wear in the Hotel Oaks and

lowed during the remaining few days COMMISSIONERS general beauty their brilliant foliage! or their 'will carry out his contract to

,I 4 of the campaign is now. in effect and HONOR STALKY '' gay flowers every day in the year. build an addition of IOU rooms and

on each $30.00 turned in from new Words cannot describe the magical beauty of t|reconstruct the present structure to
until the close of the campaign; 25MX ,- i I i I[ make It conform ia architecture and
At a spt'clalt>eung of the city'commissioners our every: day scenes. Fairyland and Paradiseare
This
.
) extra votes will be given. >< I| convenience with the new addition.
l period is good until the close of the I held Friday nightCity : frequently used by enthusiasts but even they i> )Ir. Franklin and his son, Paul G.

campail :and each and every candi- Manager C. P. Staley who fat to. seem inadequate. The most beautiful spot always i Franklin have been IB the city' consulting
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date should try and place themselvesby retire on April 1st, was presentedwith seems ta be the place where you happen to I with architects who: bare

the last l few days work In the a handsome.< ring. Speeches be, whether that place is the paved highway, the beea asked to submit plans, and closing -

wore made the tenor of each being carefully planned grounds of some millionaire I the formalities of the deal with

lead.April the 4th Is the closing day of I,; taa, e t' the appreciation of the comnUssion- the pretty dooryard surrounding a modest bungalow )Ir. Wear whereby the property was

the campaign. This is when the automobiles ;i ors for good service well rendered.The o- some bit of the forest primeval in which .turned over to them.

and prizes will be given :I meeting 'was called because the pnn3: of Pan may still be heard. I The chamber of commerce has called -

away. It will go down as the most there was no regular meet IIg beforeMr. And everywhere, above everything is the a meeting of the citizens of Bar-
Important date in the lives of many Staley would go out of office and tow to be held '
ia the
I golden sunshine, shining from ccrulean'skies circuit courtroom
: ar he notified of the and ,
Fort people. It will be a high :4 u was meeting ,
Myers in
the Polk
which are relieved by the filmiest of clouds. County courthouse
<:. ;. spot la the, career of many who I r asked to attend. The meeting and its Wednesday
evening
live And i April 1. at which
'tfi everywhere through everMhing 'heard
are
; ? 1
territory. result were a surprise and source of
t.- the surrounding :Mr.
.... in j jU I the songs of birds myriads of birds whose Franklin will be present for the
day In your: gay
important
be the most of
: purpose affording an t
r ': life! Will 'it mean that you have an Air :Men Believed 1 plumage and whose dull plumage: mingles so | for the people who hare opportunity so long
harmoniously with the trees and shrubs that
I of own or will they
automobile your very j wanted and
waited for a hotel to become
.{ .>- you see some one else driving the ) Lost in Everglades I I are heard long before they art! scn. Day and o acquainted with the man 'who-

beautiful car around that you should. a ( !l night they trill and warble and coo, making bath: !1 proposes to build U. '.

had yourself I. )MIAMI March 30 Three city and enchanted.For .
I.. have airplanesleft country seem I "I sincerely hope that Mr. Franklin
The Press wants to make everybody early this morning from Sebring,: tropical beauty:: and restful natural perfection will be given the reception he deserves

.;_ happy and it Is going to dia9 Palm Beach and Miami on a search ;j Fort Myers stands in a clafs hp'itself. a next Wednesday Dlcht.a&.lcl.; r
about $2- In in the Everglades R. A.I]I .
for Captain
; trlbute/lavishly composite: cf the beauty of the state i ii additionto Hugh Wear. "I realize that the 'p o-
prizes;in>just a_few days. The opportunity Smith asd. E. P. fait aerial plMtographers ;
:
'f.'io. its own individual and distrnctivs: hcuaty.t ; ple hare been looking to:me 'to Mish -
\' ; is open to you-but during ; *npt yed by the Aerial Snr-J! the hotel accommodations-'ttte

t ;_ ,the lutf IewTemalnin& days you ,,"y Serrie beHered lost in the,
city has
long needed but I.also"realized
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; = must 1Y81t'P -liTely'' eo after Totes nglades. Stuart Moir' of this city
.f youhave.neYer -*: before, andyonr .Ille. Fernande was awarded first prize for the most beautiful coiffure j I i Southeastern manager of the company that it was a perilous undertaking -
;ps- wore at the Ca de U Couture, or the dressmakers' tail, in for a man Dot.acquainted
f'L reward, will be worth many annoano.'d: todiv- '
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tatted Dally .''except Sundat Ole Prens Batldlnc. 117 Jtrko '
.' Slat wide highway beautification. given flJ laj TJiirliHliT
_: Street Fort V:>err Klon.U. j ,
-- -- meetingeld '. )ll".uOJlarS.... ; t
ot TNR, I tremendous impetus at the recent road --- --' ;>c .lIl.In'> :
TIIE Fl'UTIYEHS I''iCSS. Incorporated ', h in St. Petersburg on March 12th and 13th t I of tilt Baptist church will entarh.lt.: .

?GEOGGC'1r :. llOSMr.lr, !'u41i..ber ....1 Crneral Mj..a- lr nder the auspice of the Tamiami Trail Associaic.i '& rlMnonu'ii if the church and I t-: i
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: section of the i friend a: the hum of their ; r.--:
with
where practically every
r'f: -------T----------; ;---l:;; .:;.. :U. 'h r t: ; i ..1t'DtIrs.: It. P. Ransom. Park .n-
,.., by civic and political leadership '
Mr.. Flori.l. ar t r IIAct of Uarrt 1. > i I tale represented ""
't. ..- -- I of highwayeantit'ication \ ath: o'clock.
comprehensive: program :
Foahd.d a. a .etl.ly ",-"l.iT \n.nltKr 23. UM Mid M j c! m ;( '.
unanimously I adopted in the
"laity on Mcn-ti 14 171: ; was ;'
; NO'TAV'\ \ Fafvday, TWrty-rirsl
resolutions
r and set of : i ii
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,:. .- f."I. ',Mt"U1n; : Ii' Till: .\.un.nul rir.>sty cllcunns prununctment:: .t Thet.>r ('n ,ny tldc.r..tI..D of

;:.'- _' The AiwoU>l freni is exlunpMbtiealto !...- emitted I* Ito c*. tar I The wide variety of trees and flowers in"krida ,, #; I THE PROFITS ;V nn's clubs .ill i to, et at L':II"I.
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<: of all\ nors d'OfIal' IM.rmfltcd ... r..dted 10 II .e a.t aiw'rwe )' ranging from the humbles flowers to .
Codna
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..... .. : ) MAKE home of MisM M. -
alt fhb n pM' and aUo tile not asp pr I i" WE WOULD m. II the
, .. ," .. t he rarest rerennail blooms and from regal pines '1 ) coiner oi L.-,: and --?<-a....n,1Ir.ts.
;:' .lM-All rlfftou itrv or retiuWU-attaS of penal dlspatdw h.r.w aye 1 ind oaks to royal palms and royal point-Unas and I \; GIVE THEM r. .

; _. : teiHirk- sni'ciiirncj iUTTry ; J avish beauty bestowed by nature upon the state i ,/ I IIr .

-;; !. Ijm. Collier Charlotte i I CataMe I>... C.ifa.r > rand ; J md partk-ula-lv that portion of it that is served: : ..... \ \TOVOU/ The K5izaiih BfOovt-lwnt soriety

,. k.MMfc Itendrr.--Coontie_-,_, M i I Cane tottr and:Month llcntfry.--CMSCrt -- _-a fc I!>) the Tamiami Trail, extending from Lake Cityn %t'F/ _/ 1 1i '.Vrll! meot at 2:3:: p. m. at ilie hora.
3 Three Utitta -__ it. I *T rr* VoMh 1.7* j the northern part: of the state along its guM \ I 'If Jl.s. .\. 1', (;. Parttr-:10 Iran 1
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? 8 === X,25 jjji Mmitti =:= y S4> ,
:.-z fOp g, Thar tjtsMM----r.:..-___._-':" ... t (sae fear -- .--.- -- .... I roast to Marco Junction in the remote south- ;' \,. I'ark. Imponant busJB.-, will li -

If: : .. "l'he XTwklr Fort ):yer I'....... On Year --... --*J.tt. 'sL:tern portion, and from thence directly across, ; +/ I Ii traasai-ted. ,

W- .'.4,, The XVccftly: .'01'1.Mit-n l"i!>,, Sn. Munlhi _.-. 11,5 he: cuthcrn end cf the lower reninsula to Miami,, i \ ,.;, ,>_ ,_) --- -
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."- i distance of approximately 460 miles placed in ::; > .
1 S;: : 'i"SUSTAINll' I : and hills and of the > ; WILKIE SUGGESTS
e O MEMBEREDITORIAL, i setting both of the valkvs r! ;: '.1 .... -- i it1Hi !
; inlets I
-- "' rivers and lakes and
amid ,
::oatal: plain ', '
i : NATIONAL:, } : :and bays of picturesqueness and charm ; demand .', ,.'j '-- ''.j. I TAGGING TREES
,1
: lQ:5' !cJS I I II rf us ea;nest and unremitting effort for thenreservation i A ; :

r: and intensive development""Therffore : ; ,

ASSOrnllON 1--' be it resolved that we adopt tht \ / t .. 'V" it.eia.te! 'ii.il Jilt irpuel| growth

>, Maalber. Southern \,"'i'aler l'u1li..l..r .\.e'tlatls'. I [following definite and continuing program for : _" J'.-'. in and arouuii Forters I is a ,.un Ki

4 Member Florida J'rrvt l%'">rlatoii.Mrmlirr Flail Beautification: ksA :u: > ;11 ata. LOn to vi.ittrrs ;iilWiK.e P$ .

norMa Aisuriulcil l>al'ie.. I That all natural charm along the Trail as : -,- 'Arfj2 U11: u: 111\ ,t.li"Ition Sf''retaay i

.flrml 'r l South Florida Prf* Aorlatl...a.Monday I far as possible be preserved; especially FARM -- > ; !hr- t.iUn u|' liv letter ...'ilII' I

stressing the need of preserving trees of I { : .:1 '.In- i it:> < "miin.-M,<>ii4 rthe matter of

: Afternoon :March :SO, !1925 age and beauty growing on the right of 1 PROFITS 1 J '- .1? ;!!.a the dilterent trees and
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Of i irul, that "he who raas May read

: BIBLE. THOUGHT FOR TODAY : That way; trees and shrubs adapted to b localities "I :$ ;, WfZ: ..< "' : ";, lie suggt.its. that the city pay for .

.. '. nO.\UNIOX-Gd hath re* give : V. "' J lft the taas and the chamber will supervise -
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traversed bv the Trail be planted with : --\... ;_1 .
us the sirt: ; of fear: but of nower and least tree -' I the printing and see the
uaiiurmity. and that at one il

cf love, and of a bound mind.-2 Tim ;j every fifty feel on both sides cf the Trail I,. '' f ,:S2 .,,,'"A v%,,,,<,. : J JI price The is chamber rip will arranee for

..thy:1.. be urged as a tree planting prog-am ; Jl-: ;:", : :;. ,: "\ -;
__ --_ ._ ----- --- -- ---I j', c-fu' ,: school children to attack the tap UDder
: ,, Tilt: mt': M\LI:>" I-KKNN: : ri-..tiFoll1Is I That landscape aid flower planting be ,, .... : .,- -<::0-,' stfperriskMi a henicaltmrist.
urged the authorities of the various r -C', j' r" '- Wilkie
I upon: ," : Tj la another letter Secretary

U.n4111t; and Loan A,rialin. counties through which the Trail passes I t ,\ % .. r..II. -. :. I took ap with hte city eommissioaers

A Ualrr Nulteniur Plant for Muulrlpal 1latrrtPubcnL recommending that these plantings be -r.Of '" ..,... the matter of tile lack of street
;;. I be local \I.,5 \ ;' ,,,,, _.j.- ,. it' for
handled as largely as may by or I ,, sign which makes difflcnlt
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."'alr l',..t co,)*|'III Park anJ 3luI1ieilii.luJl. county beautification commissioners or ">_ __. .. ; ,;; j.f. \ ) tit',. Itj., ; '. 7 : : :.5raIfP"ts to find their way about the I
d't > 'Jd'
IlIrt.\IIo' f committees; ,, A :
'. ibrr front Uouletard. That every unsightly sign along the entire ( ,. ;. ._:_/ _v t .tt. ( : city.The chamber offers to cooperate in

lire Jtrldcn rrr"rrol IS arfc. I length of the Trail I be eliminated; \ : n way to get the higas and to as-

Draper Jlnr tliannrl to rruiMn Kctranre: for That commercial) signs of lame size be .sisi in plat-ing them after they are


(Complrti of Lee Connlj's Sjstftn of i:.a
Coraplrlion of TamUrol Trail and fort Mjrr*- ( should be erected only in commercial advertising -

ratty; Beach lllgbnajr.Deaattilcatiun sign zones, duly created by law- R. HATHAWAY I THE WEATHER

oi Hl;hnaT* Including; i'Unllii; ; ofCocoannt ful authority."To
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Hoar < the effectuation of these ends we appealo I ncce
Palms. alon;; 1'3UlblOl I Trail arrue.1.e. I' : I Hight-.st temperature

County and l>5llnulns: of Kojal Palms alone : all city and county authorities. served by the By the od! deserted fish-hou lockin" eastward to the sea with the operations of hotel properties -- v, ,-rday . .73JLowf.s

" Mclireffor lloulftard to I'nnla Ra! sa.KiU Tamiami Trail that such rulings and regulations Theie's a 1Itlr' ..ile a "sUtin" and I know he thinks, of me and I spent many anxiou ------- : temperature

f-. Boad to East Cuast t se immediately enacted to speedily bring into being -1 ?or the wind is in the palm trees, and the little wave they say .hear looking for the right man to -= : :las night . ,:2$
: .. above outlined." idler, back to Matiarfca: whom I Hot. *
-- -- -- - the program 'Come you back, you notrhem come yea might tarn over the Kainil.! 1 hrs., to

t fIVER FORTY YEARS OF SERVICE I ""'c tender the co-operation and assistance I I :owe you back to MatlacbaiVbere ,Oaks who would carry out my eon- = S a m.. Ins..O

t. J A this Association to e'crlocal., divisional: or the fishing vessels lay [tract with the citizens of BartowI1 Wind. direction XK

the first .news-I!-tatewide agIillCin Florida for the carrying out aa't yea hear their engines conghixg. oat from Bailey's all tie way? i firmly belier Mr. Franklin i isa"the Wind vel. miles. .4
Tnp Fort Myers Press was and comprehensive of man who will give us the hotel! Sk> . ," Cloudy
If
a complete program Dn the road to Matlacha
the I?
From
paper: to be published in this city. day statewide beautification." Ora E. Chapin in ColIk l- we need and that he will, cooperatewith Barometer 29.92
: the lady fishes play
l that ,the first issue was given t'\t the people bJJ Where the chamber of commerce and ..,

its founder S. .C.Cleveland away bwkJn 188.-:1.1: r County News. And the wind comes up like thunder out et Cuba 'croM tike bay. t'\'erJ'.olher agency in the city in th,- -c--

has- trod asrii stand new for progress and del I is open mouth was yeller and his aides were spotted nicely matter of bringing to Bartow the For FloridaFair tonight. light

l .- 'vel jniult. Its desire: has been for the best Mall ,..t SUPPLY AND DEMAND Vntl his name was SaJ-vel-i-ntts Just tke same as HontanalH tourists and others who, will make 'fret :inxiren e north portion. Tuesday -
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'good things to come to Fort l\lvep Its pride And I hooked him there a 'trolling oil a slimy oyster reef ,the hotel pay." I fair gentle to moderate north
''f' Schooled in the law of suooly and demand. and northwest winds.
has been in the good that has been in this city- ;Then he Jumped and stock the tackle like withered avUrmn leaf; .-------

} the Integrity of the people! the Jrovi'5iOlier theh ,.which, in theory, proves that the larger the supply (i IllootnlJK tackle made of steel .Outburts of Everett True By Condo
the lower the trice Amercians fail to find an
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i welfare and their opportunities f:=r usefulness; I : ;; Bamboo, linen Flagler reel x ; 1
' \ the : explanation: for the fact that the 1P24 bumper he for tackle when be sought Was evening meal! '
The educational facilities for its youth, pro ,Not a thought gave : : -AN 1F11jf (ZC fS AN\ VACAtvCYi
iheat in the
this brought highest
the welfare of alL It has crop country On the itsd to ilataha (
visions for spiritual i !N 'CUR OY (= tCc.PLtassG LC-7 HCiNOatl
knee snice the and that the 1924 lecord
of and' war pro- the fishes play 1
been interested in the beautification town '"suction "ices.j I spare lady gfVO g 11jiL Corot. POZ ANt
distributed
county and in the evolution of business. In godroads :: of gasoline was at top n; !And the wind comes up like thunder out of Cues cross the bay ; CETTE.R
VIW ANP SRING OF II j
Such obviously illogical happenings!' when unex- the and the U > >3n low 1 INTc,
an in water transportation and in the j When the midst! was on garden sun wa j
best 'Obtainable railway facilities. !I clained, are ant to arouse the public to indignation I He'd Kt hw fishing tackle and he'd cogs 410 might low j

The Press is proud of the development it and suspicion. With li:.< head urn the rudder and his trbevls atal I "'Hft: i>1us. YO t2 Y, ----J
: It times that the American 1 1
.' has witnessed daring! these years and it is pround may developat We used to watch the porpoise and the 'gators in the tnuit. IEGI ALA SNIDt1LY,
i i people overlook the reltaion of thier country tc
: of the part: that it has had in this development:: :' Pelican a 'fishin' sleekIn j
the rest of the world with the result that suspicions ,
: The Fort Mvers of tday is far in advance of the slJKgy aauaggy creek) .
entertained and made .
the Fort Myers of 1884 Just as the FortI"ers : are charges unjustly. Where the silence hung that '(':11'). you was ball afraid t* sJ.>t'ftko I
,: Any } of consumption and
analysis production
Press of today is far in advance cf the caepr i i On the road to MatlachaWbeie .
for the United States must take into
issued by ".Mr. Cleveland the twenty-second day: I price figures ; the lady liahes play i J

. :. of November. Eighteen hundred: and Ei hty- : etecunt foreign trade and conditions. There .And the wind comes up like thunder out of Cuba r,,_ the bay i .
seemed to be for the February .
only cne explanation 1
four. Fort fivers and the Fort Myers Press i, But that's all shoved behind me-Icng; ago wad far away "
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rise in the wheat in the United
have trogressed together. And. as the Press I I price {And there aint no business running from the bank to Matljcha .
States failure in Canada and
;':, ccntin es its efforts for the dcvelocment: of this -crop Europe created .'And I'm learnin in the city what tile ten year 0eJI, telU: ,
I abnormal demand for United States wheat
section, Fort Myers and the Fort Myers Press will : an : If yca've heard the fc'cuth a' calliu', you wont aever' heed naught rise
and absorbed all of the surplus of this country.
continue to progress together. This country produced 8,9 O,000,000 gallons No. you'll never know by rights I 'lours cruiy,
Nothin' like the island sights
: tf gasoline in 1924. This production !
I representedin
,KIWANIS CLUB DESERVES PRAISE > 'And the sunshine and the palm trees, and the iti-hoy t.keeter biiox.
increase of 1,500,000,000 gallons that of ,
-: The .Athletics .have come and gone, The J over On 1 the road to Matlacha I ,
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1923. The consumction of gasoline in J
pecplft.of] Fort Myers are glad that they have average Where the Lady fishes play JI

spent .the past six mantns here. and mare glad 1924 in this country was 21,000,000 callous a And the wind comes up like thunder out of Cuba 'cross the bay.I .. I t '
week, increase of 16 cent the 1923 '
that they are coming back and not only coming an per over am sick wasting leather on these gritty paviJR: stones :: '- l_ ,
ensumption. The foreign demand for American JI
back for next year but for the next .ten years. : And the blasted northern drizzle wakes the feaverin my bones
soline also increased last Do the increased
No only has their presence here been A joy g; year. Though I've talked with many persons from the Northland.;' ut the laud I I It

to the people at large, but it has resulted in na- domestic and foreign::: consumption more than And they talks a let<< cf sishicg but ,,'bat-do they understand? 1 1i
icunteract the increased production, or i.-. i"ere .
ticnal newspaper publicity of great value tq this Krcien face and icy hud -. : -' 1 1I
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other for the
high
reason prevailing prices
section which could not have been secured In any some Law what do they understand? .
for ? 1 t1R.1 REGilVgrrD Sn11oflLY.
ether way.V6 are now assured l of the continuance : gasoline I've a chauffeur that's boatman in a warmer greener land; : ,
J VCAR. SIR : i
,of this publicity for the next ten years On the road to Matlaeha
With the opening of the new road between I MO CHAMCA 9eftScM'WHOS t&iv ttcSAl'
Connie'lack's men are in the public's eye: and \\tere-the Lady fishes play
favares and Eustis and along the beautiful WAtfC 30 IT LcokrS
LIKE A MGSSe
'his newspaper representatives: take great pains And the wind comes up like thunder out ot Cuba 'cross the bay. Ot'TANCt69t
-< bank cf Lake Eustis, the opportunity for a most >ROCM Lu1RE IS STUCK ON UlnSetJF ANO
,to. tell the world the sod points of the place he xautiful drive has been presented to lovers of Ship me sornewttre south of :Myers. where the best U like the worst !t ABLY< CARRIES A VANtry SOX. Pf20S.

chosen field for training. ; Where there ain't' 'eighteenth 'cK-ndm ,nt and a man can..raise' thirst
has as a I YoutS 7avt.Y ,
nature throughout.the state.; An ideal drive to ry
0' The Fort Mvers Press can say without any I Fcr the little waves'are calling aid it ,there. that I would-be- .' 1 a :j s i i >it
our nation is to be had by driving from Tavares 1
fear of contradiction that the Athletics in all By.the Old deserted tish house, looking lazy at the l4"a' -. ", 1I i b '
to Eustis; along the new ':>3d. then Mount Dora '
probability would not have been: in Fort Myers ;On the road to Matlacha rl&i o I'ilf-'
tnd then back to Tavares along the Lake Shore I 1ZtGNt Noty
this season: and undoubtedly would not have Where the fishing'nuels lay
3rive.. This trip is the mOle rerfect because thetourist" I
signed a contract for ten more years here. except With their fish l beneath the awnings when we 'ent'to MatlachaOn
from Tavares along combinationf
a
pees
of the Kiwanis Club. Manor the road to Matlaeha.
for the efforts
land and marine beaut all cf the time. returning I
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honor is due. Our hats off : Where the Lady fishes play ..
,t .to them to whctn: are II to the beauty spot of the counh"-the Gem i I Y.MOM'N
:to'the'men in the Kiwanis club who had the And the wind comfs up like thunder out of Cuba cross the bay. j
jf'the Llke.q.-Lake CounhCitizen.. j
vision; 'to see what the comIng of the Athletics .

.to'Fort. "MyerrsrT111y meant.." I : POP IN THE SAME BOAT _'_ : .,:, By Taylor J JJ


THE SEABOARD RAILROAD .

The coming of the Seaboard Air Line into (( CkIQ< $INC&lOU CONT WAJT L Go ovieR "t'o'THE DONOVAN DRUG ex TLI LATER J VJHMMK On1ES o; -

:" Fort Myers-: has been a dream of the Fort ..MyersFress To Coo o\rr AND SHOMEL.) MUD. ru.QlMEVOU AND SEE IF"lOU CASt lAND 'THEiR ... : .J DOWOXJAN) TWO ORDERS \ GET: OUT AND *-
: A JOB AS QTV e UESMANTHKT ORDER FOR MAGIC MUD rr's Tkc .nfrn
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-a dream toward the realization of which E 1 FROM OWE RRM J THE oTHER .VJA 5
"" VllUGlOE..MOO rXEMTV Cf OM--I ST0R.5 I NTOVOMTV.PRODUCT DoTHAAIDL +tw3b I IC IT
you
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? much effort has been expended. It is a dreamvhich' FINE! VHAT"f )
T-A4QU'tR
ORDERS
OITDDOR txrfc15Et
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} the Fort Myers Press has not dreamed I Ii WERE THEY?

alcinc. Many men of vision have been dreaming MDOUST A1.LRt +' {

the ,liable-.dream. And as they have dreamed, t I ; -i\:[

they have worked. For some time now, a group .

i ef.. 3rnest, ,efficient men, working under the : LLik IlRhtl

t auspices: of the Port fyois Chamber of CommerceJiavCMbeeoi _
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;contracting their efforts on bringing

,to rnpleti-n plans on which quiet work has been 4 J't o'

Ieingdope;; for a longer I period of time. The ,

names of these men arc known to the people of

Fort Myers, and they will never be forgotten by r

them.' \ ,r

;-' :The indications are that their labors!' will nowrc&'A a et

speedy: fruitin, that tb'o;: S--aLoaid' will lie i

running!! trains put of Fort Mv: ers before the end O

of: this jearT and that the fjrH actual work ofLuildug L- 0400 -

the read wiilllwinfn a very short time. \ was n ?r..rawct, tilt i

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u TBOXAS rue it i' :: THE FORT MYERS PRESS ONE I




"r 41ST_ YEAR-NO. 107 FORT :MYERS FLORIDA. .MONDAY) AFTERNOON MARCH: SO, 1923; PRICE 5 CENTS 1 :.1\.

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FORT MYERS IS I New Methodist Church t REAL ESTATE .




WONDER CITY I VERY ACTIVE r ,


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Unrivaled Climate Coupled With Adequate Rail, I Increase in Permanent Residents and Opening

Water and Road Connections :Make:\ ......-.. -"t .. I'' Up of New Travel Facilities Brings

Ideal Healthy Growth in Population
.. Community -8

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BUSINESS SECTION GROWING RAPIDLY MANY NEW INDUSTRIES ATTRACTEDReal



:\ Magnificent Buildings, Clubs, Churches and Estate Men\ Take Active Part in Civic Matters .

I' Residents Being Constructed Indicate I.avs.wwa and Are Responsible for Large Part

'Belief Wonderful Future of City 't of City's Rise to Prominence; :
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Fort Myers the City of Palms, is of.the buildings that have been on the Ufa; estate is the basis, of all real <..ted l throughout the nation and is
at last coming into its own" and judg- I corner. It is now a modern looking i prosperity and real estate is BOW ''! a large lactor in bringing people
ing from the growth of the few Spanish type office building, in which !
the main industry in Fort M>ers and here.When
moJtha it will have doubled the popu- will be housed the 'oilier offices( i these people come, they must
lation it now has within, a year or I> the offices of U. A. Henderson. Jr., ; will ,continue to be for some years to ,'bo cared for in hotels and apiartmentbooses.

a little more, and most everyone who" Ore K Chapin and several others. come. The Fort :Myers real estate
t has studied the matter feels sure that .!The Florida Railroad and Navigation I IK the development of say city, man is ever looking to increase these
by the year 1930 Fort Myers will havea 'Co., will have its offices in this ; from village to metropolis, the bayias: bellitl... It is to his own good as
population of at least 25,000. During i building, and its big busses will leave and selling of real estate is an im- '1 well an the good of the city. In order

the past tour years the city has i from here. The FairbanksMorseagency : portant factor. It furnishes homesites to create higher land value, the city a
loubled Its population and half of will occupy part of the ground i for cituens, draws large industries ;I I must grow and prosper. ;
hat growth has been within the past I floor, and all in all within a short UNITY OF PURPOSE MARKS ALL to the city, and creates land value ,I I That Is> why real estate men are j
year. At present' there is more big time this beautiful remodeled build- : for the city by developing and improving active clvicly. If they can be instru- j

t projects being ",worked out than any ling| will be a scene! of great activity. the property in it. ':mental in building Fort Myers, so I
time in the history of the city, and Tallinn dr l.nui TAMIAMI TRAIL ACTIVITIESTAMIAMI I With the extension of the Seaboard that it is a better place in which, to I

1935 will undoubtedly show a growthas 1 During the past year the Leon I I Air Line railway into Fort Myers, :alive I then the increase in Its popula- I
great as the past four years. 'Hotel building, the Leon Anaex and I'' II and the completion of the Tamiami ,, tion will be in proportion to its at- :
Demonstrating the prosperity of the the Patio de Leon, three bdUdings I Trail it will raeaa that this city will I I|tractiveness. f 1
iplete.Sys The plan of the Gulf: l'oa"t Highway was adopted by: the Ta..!Ua.i Trail have from four to six additional trains i i I i As basis show the development !
city, and the desire of the people to extending from First and Ilendry j I II I ; ;; 1 I a to rapid -
whet worked oui will have the Association Convention as: I toe official I
. 'do some good thing for Fort Myers, Streets through to the Patio de Leon i: daily and it is estimated that.fIOOOuO of Florida-a good portion.
( : effect of iii Pensacola :1 symbol of the Association,
tieinjj with and the :
' automobiles will travel over the Trail which is made In and around
1 of being
plans for the building of and beyond have been entirely femnet be-
a new re- '
Miami over the Tamiami Trail oat of :! official symbol of the Trail, to be I
1125,000 Church building by the First j built by George R. Sims. These three ': ? ffu all thetiuuuniuesis ': aced the first year that it is opened for Fort "Myers-the following statistics
Tampa south. | aa a road marker on telephone
I M. f$. Church South are ready, andwork'will buildings which a year 330 were eyesores j R1j t this a'' travel. give the amount of Northern capital
When accomplishment U : | dad telegraph poles and bridgeheads these thousands of
Many of people in three southern
expended
to the citizens of Fort : r'mi ida seems states
be started. This Myer-i
soon I the Great Florida i i for the entire of the I Ii '
length Tra
reality Luop which
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thtjrch{ edifice, a picture of which appears :I, air now among the most attractivbuildings to' have been visiting Fort Myers will realize its ;: alone during'the year of 1924:
I was exploited for the first time ini !from i Lake City to Miami, ijcludiag advantages and wish to establish ''Georgia $3.000.000 North Carolina.
on this will be of thebes ; to be found anywhere. They the /great; com- ;
one
page j ji 1111 the Tamiami Trail Sunshine Loop also for ,
i August by ithe:| ; use by their homes in this city. $19,000,000 and Florida -$450,000,000.
permanent
church. buildings in the state, i have ben rebuilt along the line of '|, TRAIL :amet'tothat I Association, will naturally be. aC4>>m.plished' !!I members of the Association as a distinctive It is the real estate man: who will :: The climate of Fort Myers is nn-
and shows the faith the leaders ii Florida Architecture, and are shown,
,. by the use of state road no:4 i radiator button on autot u- furnish the property-for these homes, '1 surpassed anywhere, in- the United
I '{this Church' have in their city. in this issue. Thev have been stuccoed state as lesult of the recent convention : a
the bUn well
the for for
'I un east coast as eastern sec- ; as as use as a cut and m many caves the homes them- States. But as- Earl' Smith said at
I, .. :>:>w.ElkHome. I and are now most beautiful of the Tanuami Trail Association ''to'r of the loop from Miami to Jack- newspapers and other publicity. selves. the Chamber of' Commerce 'dinner at t j
Tbe, Elks 'of Fort Myers recently eximples of the Florida Architecture.All the Tamiami Trail Association '
at sonville to Penaacola. The Great The colors of the Tamiami Trail ;
The vast influx of people into the Royal Palm Hotel' some time ago. r
. sol "\hftr! "Elks' Home, and have let a are now completely occupied, and I I at Saint Petersburg: ; on March 12th Florida Loop when finally eventuated are black on white, thus making: ts! is .'
Florida and Fort Myers each-year "Nature has done all-she will ever t
< contract-and work has already begun .the demand. for good business locations and 15th last, where over 50 cities will provide a highway aroundthe symbol- aot only distinctive. but also C
I largely responsible to the work of do for Fort "Myers, -It is up to the
oae'ot" the most attractive club and offices still continues to i ij i were .ltd by civic and either the dlor ,
I .: on I t repre politi- state approximately }:tOO miles I.t i: easily seen in night the real estate man. Through his people to do the rest."
fopUEJS 'anJ-n'omea_ that 'tht3 organi- j 1 grow. The rebuilding of these strue- I cal leaders drawn from the east coastof 'length, and through the use of state 1 so: th L a motorist need o ily: t'j pickrup grti 1Ie.Ba tteasio-in- .- TIle Bawd grt tKe"ibis."" : ,.
',,e.-.," sat t ;3MtUi anywhere. The picturjs ;; lures was carried out by the MartinIlcsmer Florida including Jacksonville and roads number :t, 3. 5 and & together ibex rstl"SymKoT she t."ftya 1I ideal living conditions in Fort :Myers: | have been and will-.continue to be f fla
: I' of this building( as it will look Studios, and they certainly i :Miami, from practically all sectionsof with the lateral highways, which now follow it to his point c! destination) aid what the future baa in store fort large. actor ia completing.the..Job l':
:, v when completed appears on this have demonstrated: that old buildings 1 11HU the lake and hill country of central so splendidly serve the central portion -I without ever having to stop to inquire city. This publicity is broad- of nature. ti,. ,

I 1 i Florida, from all along the line of of the state will give a basic his way. '. Of i
for future development Barron G. Collier, the New York
' state road number one in nothein system highway I
! fI- Florida, from all of western Florida second! to none in the nation. I advertising magnate and south Florida -- --
., I and all along: the line of the coast of ;; The Tamiami Trail now extends I empire builder, was" re-elected
1 J !I. the Gulf of :Mexico to "Miami. [f from Lake City one'! of Florida's i president of the Association at the

I This agreement found its expres- greatest motor gateways, to :Miami a Saint I Petersburg meeting. I
sion in a resolution which" committed 'distance of 460 miles, and provides i I The 1925-26 program of the association }
: the delegates in attendance to the immediate the :Magic City; with another great I contemplates: an active signing -
1 construction of state roads trunk line that is largely. in both 'I program of the Trail with its I
fMs I number 1, 2, 3I, 5 and S as providedfor state and national aid. symbol, a beautification effort with
in the "Miller Bill; the extension At the request of the chambers of all of the chambers of commerce and
I of state road number !5 to absorb (commerce of Oldsmar Safety Harbor. I'county boards in the area its serves
lumber 27 from Fort "Myers to11: :Clearwater and Saint Petersburg, a 'ogcther with a legislative effort to
;, uni. and the placing of this extension loop'! 75 miles in length, called the :the end that part of the Trail from
: i I in state aid on a par with theo I' "Sunshine Loop." will tie Pinellas 1 .'ortIyers: to Miami" be placed in
called "Miller Bill roads ;together 1 County into the Trail at Tampa, leav- I state aid on a par with the,highways s.
I with the creation of a Gulf Coast i''ilg i Tampa over the "Memorial Boulevard i orovided with state aid in the Miller st
Ln: fbl'( ( T\ 'UI'UT (>K: 1
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Pensacola via Oldsmar, Safety Harbor, an. Bill.
I Highway to run from ;, |
of Clearwater to Saint Petersburg. ; To the end that these programs:
, Gulf
page and Is an artistic dream. It may be made over into the most beau long the shoreline of the
Mexico be. to tie in thence returning to Tampa over theGandy 1 ;nay be actively fostered public sup- St'EE .\T CKESCEST: BEACH::
I' is I located on First Street on a won-'" tiful of new buildings. I as near as may I
I ort I is essential. To this end a
r .derfully choice property, and will bea lain street !Structure 'o some point on state road number j Bridge. 1
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: I i I I The cut which heads this article membership drive is>: going forward
15 (probably at Tampa) 'j
C great addition to the handsome' U. L. Heverle has> just finished a i
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public buildings of the City of Palms. business block on Main Street opposite I STAFFORD CLEVELAND '
_. I I jot the Trail. Lee County's share of C. .i
,I. when< completed. It is expected that; the present postoffice. which
"y" DETAILS BEING this effort bas been placed at $2.000.- p
"4 J('.ei Itl be finished>: by December 1st, j I!I houses three business firms and adds SEABOARD (00 and financial aid from its citizens 1 ___
i. at the latest. The Press congratulates much to the looks of this street. The i( is important in order that the legislative FOUNDED PRESS IN 1884 1

I the Elks on the splendid buildI 'firms occupying the Heverle building SETTLED SATISFACTORILY program may be carried for-
". ing they are erecting and on the flue are the "-. F. Barnwell Realty or- ward to an immediate conclusion at"I

t t location they have for It. The Elks ]I ganizatioa, Chapin-Shirley Electric I I, i session! which opens in Tallahassee t The founder: of the Fort Myeri: the district: schools, and at the age of
', lodge in Fort Myers has a very large f Co. and the Home Maid Shoppe, a -- 13 Monday morning April 7th next: Press was Stafford C. Cleveland, who i nineteen wait so well- informed that '
;:... membership, and many look forward I new delicatessen. I Negotiations with the Seaboard are 'the "Seaboard was enthusiastic about together of course with a continuing I ccif to. Fort Myers from Penn Yan, ; he began to teach school himself, at ;
with pleasure to the good; times that I Next door to this building the new progressing satisfactorily. Vice-presi- [ .'ortI'ers.: and commended the Fort program by the association for the X_w York, in 1814, and gave this city :i the same time receiving instruction at
J will be had in the new club house. Alrdome Theatre has just been built i dent Stanley who was in the city for :Myers Press on its efforts toward the year of signing and beautification. ; first newspaper. Of :\It. Cleveland. !a neighboring high school His editorial -
,:,< :Sew: P*"t Office :and opened its doors Saturday night 'a short time Saturday returned Sunday bringing of the Seaboard here and I.t. Yates County Chronicle. on Feb-I work began in 1850 upon a
In the way of business buildings :to the public. | for a conference with the Chamber \ for the efficient manner in which, the AVVNT A I'lLTREE! ') 11, In its Centennial Number newspaper styled the Advance Republican -
C',: Fort Myers now has under construc- I The corner of Hendry and Main I 1 of commerce officials and Seaboard matter had been handled in its sews, i the following to say: i j, and in the autumn of that year

tion the new; Postoffice building, Street, which is now used as a taxi j committee. land editorial. I The Everglades Nursery, in removing > !Stafford l'. t'iesrland.I j he bought the Geneva Courier, going
N .',' which Is an Arcade type structure stand will soon be occupied by a I j Two or three hours were spent ingoing I i The finance committee has not yet; the trees from the HeitmHni : i I Stafford C. Cleveland was'born September i j Into a partnership with John B. Look. ? 1
and will house the U. S. Postoffice.ai : strictly modern store and office build- | over. the details of the situa- completed its labors. It is essential i Corner has two fine Washingtonian 18. 1322:! in the town of Hector i iI I At the expiration of two years he sold
I > well as a number of business I ing. The property belongs to E. G. i tion. Harmony prevailed during the jthat the money which has been guar- i Palms that wilt be given to any Fort I| in the Schnvler county, but then i his interest in the Courier and in

=-' rooms. It Is of the most substantial :Miller of Milwaukee, and he plansto I entire conference. There will of necessity ;anteed by the Chamber of Commer.elahall Those: i Myers citizen who will pay the expense -| a part of Tompsins.! His ither was j jj company with Rodney L. Adama purchased j

,':,, construction, and will be a decided I erect a building here that, while, it be many matters to adjust, but j be subscribed at once. : of moving them. j Er. Cleveland his, mather. Mary: Han- i j : the Yates County Whig, printed T t
[ indications that all these who have not subscribed should! do so
addition to the business disthlct of I will, be built now as a two-story the are 1 --'-- ley. a daughter c* Captain Samuel | at Penn Yan and took possession I
-.. wits, on"-the man of great means hU j
things i will be accomplished rut at
For Myers. structure will have sufficient foundation of lesser nODMIIPP[()_ ;NORTH !lllanley of that town.. His father's ancestors i in US%.
: I friction. thousands; the! man means.
, On the corner of Jackson and First I' to hold an eight story building. I j In an interview with the Fort :My-: I his hundreds; the man of small The body of .James Holmes, who came from Connecticut. Presi-I' On the first day of, January, 1856
Streets the Heltrnan estate is clearIng HotrN Planned Press, :Mr. Stanley, while not I means, his mite. Right now is the ,died Frida was shipped to his formre deal Grover Cleveland: is the name was changed to the Yates
preparatory to starting Several apartment houses are being I ers stock -.1 County Chronicle. Mr. Cl.veland-r.-
the ground wishing at the present time to speak time to make this investment in the : homo at -'Baltimore. :Mil.: on this same ,
construction a modern business j planned for construction this su.mmer. I for publication of the intentions of future of Fort Myers. evenings train. During his early yearn he. attendedTill I I tamed editorial control of the Chronicle -
block containing a theatre with a one or two of which are big modernfire -- -- for twenty-nine years, leaving it t
eating capacity of 1,500 people and proof apartments. There should i I September 1, 1S81. He had excellent

. .., \ with 22 store rooms, and 60 office I'I'I be apartment house space providedfor I i 'f t;. ;: -i .. :}"" editorial ability\ and under his management -
I rooms. This building is also an at least five hundred to a thousand -I : r the paper soon took a lead
I arcade. -and' every occupant of the people before next faiL :. ing position among the county Journals 3
building will have good light and In-the line of new hotels. Fort of the state.

:ventilation It will cover an entire Myers will undoubtedly have at least Held Many Public Offices
block of ground.- and 11'11be something two modern fire propf hostelries completed ii i I During 'hia long term, of.service he
that Fort Myers can long be this year. Oia. will be at least i hell many offices. ln.lS(7 he was
,:, proud of. While only two stories in ten stories, and another one is now ;i !jpresident of the Stat ,ptesa AaIlOCUOu.

# height, it will lave foundation of sufficient ,being planned that"will\ have at least He was canal collector at Pena
strength to carry a sky cra- five stories to start with in the Scat 'Yaa in fg 4.aiaila'ia-lSSIaiad'aao( in

per when additional room 4s needed.* nnit, and may develop into a very ,,173, the! last year the canal wen kept

::\"fW Telephone Building I large proposition within the near ''ia running order. ,.
The Inter-Cpunty Telephone Company future. i ; In, 186.5hejwas chosen president ofi

U }just'completing a three story Several other business blocks arebeing i;'the Tillage, being the first to serve in ;
brick building just north of the Press talked ot A new lumber yardis that office since the adoption of the

building OQ'Jackson Stree. In it will to be opened. and the buildings 'present charter. He was re-elected i

be'housed the general and local officer for it will be in course of construction i I the succeeding: year. For many years

of the Telephone Company, and ,very ,soon. it,plans.to open 'I(eleven' in all, he served U a member ;, 6 6of
Rome' other offices, It I is a good substantial for business within sixty to ninety the Board.of Education ia the Penn
building, and adds strength days. : !Tan union school district and much

to this Immediate section as' a bust- Kearlyj: ever)([?4aybiagscingnirieoirfbpsiAesiaciifosshtcb s! Ilot that time was tb. -',residJDC of-
,ness district- it J JJnst >? 1 ;: shoe t ,41'j In 1879, President. Hayes appointed -

h" "' nort. 'of the Telephone BuildIng that all the construction now planned' ., "'- him jfostmaateriai: P.enn Tan
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,.. ., Barron G. Collier is constructing will not any more than supply the: a position he reta1ne<1'fot- mora than
L an office building, or rather remodeling demand that "now exists; for business three years. For fractional reasons
:.!:" "" and! entirely changing the looks place and offices in Fort Myers. .: Vtw: *:tks; HOME, WORK uiiu.fi.ivs:) STARTEI; "" AXI* WHICH WILL BE fo.MW.ETEP,THIS TEAK (Continued pn'-pajt' 2)

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was as UUnicd! a mm. within c rtainlimltJ : : > :: :1iJ. :
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fwju ,the beat:: uclections sa' --vii i !"B'ofmenlal "
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made a s ji_'1aB:* of logins: h<- i> s8feK I ;; : : : I : a-:!' i' \, Ir:
teas defeated by1a kimlWcausn. In ; : Lr: :
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\iiialitied to shine in a li'Murvsrt
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-' liisrorriirYat foat/.The value ,ofrtjl la that a hV'vr'an certain l'led to shun Itlm/tit all i ,-i\\J: ::1.' 1.r. l.- !l.o :01. 1"-' I TODAY'S

is volume 1 k" nut.:. j'roi>criiJ: .:'uiiderJjCd. Rc.ih!: <-rin;" ami contenthims..'!: I __ __ ____
I : nor w'm'.lf be till future send ra- with hiM finiily: and business. P.>r- !
.'jona find it the wnTV bite' rt-pository h'J'dIn'l : one ,with wbaw our riii.U4 .-. "L-t L'rY'( : 'itlJ ; Poultry Raising

,i "' jTTam about the early history of the r I
f 1-spnty. '..lh&1. '!mrrt1 S.* .a' ptT!! in of resarvfd be dlaapprircd bat his life us., "\". i Ushet! r :" i. ->1-: -. 'th ..u.tche ':. !h..'. !, -- I
Ira fih 'Iars.a"la :it thl. :"aA-:'en.wh ) ,,'.1" can -le. of :great]: ,,
... HorOH. Y r': jr.Mcr; : FSTA1
'ez,'pliti.-aru; of the sternest .!.; (- -- j'l-s i-lvt I < r.-v- \ 'er Iv.v Iti': rsii:t ) :
'txpon of Rodney U Adams and toll 'luh.II\'lo'mrlalll. I IDied i'a wort heautildl IUOI'l.J id. iiiS: tfh :I'1"'t -TvhMie>, ;!ho era i ', I'-'ic-. Mary U hv ;"_>'n ; r. jt.
1\l..t volatile was >ubl jailed 1&73. I'.rtlIt': ''' : :
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( Staitord C. Cleveland died! at his was: U- 'd lor a u'i-.i>t of yearth '
r1he; ttecua4 VJluiii; w4s neier nu&hjl Br nature he was doeplr reHgi; ii i t.kf int.---. inj
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home at Fort M1rs.. Florida! December tutr! t" I!h. :?vaTb! SPA* ; = ')
although hash. of .It was: printed.July lie jx>o: ;'cio.. Lied I.c.t"s; tt'arc. bu'
.i months of illh'alth.
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the history nt Torfoy Vaa un- most but c1a.1<'Cd The vepbreadth' ended IMM: icjwh"!! :' ::1" c > yt in. ,-, !il'Ic.'I.: JUT ha bald with s"T; TAMIAMI TRAIL ACREAGE i
Britten, and for that copious! notes |tor inlnrf. however with: which be re'i mach ether 3n Fr ;CLo :Ii. ,\'bttr in-ia an e.ptditl..n .... -:4.: eatlia<;Ia: '$l>.t. In this undertaking. Mr. Cleve-'i gudet1 these in>erlc8.! was regarded To him as as to any !" iuo..:'.li -..-. un h*, | The u.>-u find lank several thousand dollars. |br many as a hint of sk.. tid..m.. Per- : we may well apply that admonitory ouibcund 'r." in/ii ;S-n rrsn,'.sjo I :vs the mo.'t of Princess Mary's 30 Acres s
'Thls' ](ItIt-. tog tbei with"the 'ftl'rceJa'l'wfae.ol'J'01'1tf01l 'hapti he waa skeptical about varlom: starsw in Cray's eptUA: the hsrktat!!".- 'i l'-a: JI: fjru lor a I er. j -.r noon Sb.. h-s, effected many uu.frr.M !
.I"f'd.It' and doubtless of "Xo longer seek his merita to disclose. ,,..d..d .. >% ... j.' i rsonally supers 4 miles South of City r g
n*! tel' (r- taitRi"ns. doctrines. led: of 1C.3J(; nth \ ; .K! wj : r" :
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!'stcriea, of terrific winds.grats.I ;: i --t' fo.anal: ; ;": 1 hid severs't'jitai
repose. ;I Shoniy after casting auchcc ".: f1.-!! ; :->. <.- poultry yard ap;>liancc'o ::
: ;i i The bottom of his father sad Lot Francisco! the Xarwhal a is :..,::11 ..; ,tad:; at the farm Qu<.'en ll-jrv Acres'
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i'FIDECiTY ROMf\NTC !the! oii-timp wh-iler will move ho (1.1:!;::':' r. __ 9 miles South of City .-

:I REAL StAtE co. i \ BAr.ftOOINE !:down the _coast_ TO Sail_Tedro. : TWO.BE.'BZD S-'UU FOI >D 3-4 mile West of Trail

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;ii KKAI/TOUS =; DAYS IN HUES! I. -- f O.hL.SD.lan.1t: : 3C''I.I' .-.\ Prices and terms are reasonableLet g'
i I U>XDOX. March tv.- T.and: :,I T.IIt I '.'al.." with two didtiuct: h" ;:-
p= ',.(.! :. t :: quarter tons of gold were ,'writ1.: .. : \\ is <-:>nz.u: on Mount: Diablo a.v .. us tell you about them
:GO Jackson Street two alrplaaes Ircm London to Pu'i I tattle ;under rt-rtntly. The reptile i<
jF LOsJ AXC'P-I.KS.; Mar. :30Convtrsicu .
I i ,' ;,cently. This method of transor:, .,a "\hitjiti: at the Vniverstiy 0'.
& i.'ito a motion pi Hire ship will
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; .f be the file of the picturesque, oW bai- .'was chosen for its nped. and to lei' California! mnseam. I I i
': Lj j ,c ..Weluivo: ,'a Splendid buy in SO : ){(-111 iRe. Narwhal whkh for mor, sea the risk of pilfer! ige.: The bttHio;, I ----------- -" : McClure & Wood Company
a in wag carried in special netjl-bottn: ::I A New Jersey maa who lined :
than -10 (.In.icwolls
}"ars was
,?: aeies' haViiu iiontag-e on 'OianjeI : Pacific coast shipping, and whose romantic -:;leases and was guarded from the tint.II AUB a c'!> wife wont( do it main : REALTORS
: left the 1 cranks here until iti! ar-, not for at least 30 ilaya.Goto .
to it. jit
I ))1 Hivcrfuhdi good< .leading history) over that period reads vat in Switzerland its eventual deg.: ;S 110 Heridry Street Ground Floor
like th" of old tine li.-tion.
_t ;|*. Also? other locations'on Change and I The Narwhal pages; bail at San FraacU-, ,tlaatlon.i has befls found ia Yakutsk. i'hane! 242-2 rings.

I, Calobsahatchce Kiveis.OOL ro in IS S3, is one of the finest examples I Siberia hut how on earth will people -
I i Chwins gum Is all right In U,i ask: their way to the place
= afloat of tsailiag ship tonstruction. -
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tz ,:. .; 1\v ; tl 'especially good barE = : Immediately after her !iauu-hing *".. i You can improve >OUT golf b:; | The annual report abon* the! peat h -- -- -
was entered iu the wbiiliwi: inineir. thinking the 1 ball ia tile Ulcuuie ta'tetar'a .. crop being ruined has been, issued.;
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READ TilE PRESS AND BE HAPPY
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I ivlucli was! awarded first |>riz.. i i\elt and Cer1.o R. 11n'rre 'unnh\ lI'r 'X, 111 goitered gazelli., 111. Inn;! 1nuu.'eo i' w.'II.'O. lion or) i"'o;.ard 'I 'I I ", .. JI k H Tools-Plasterer's] .Tools, .. ; ::2
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lelphla< in 1STG; has found a permu t( Cent: aJ) ,\,.;la OIL, year .inamont 1 the Tibrtan Argali; i wild Slll'I'I'( : itttd 1 i umuhal>! .! i" .lu" Nurrrp: ..uu, rid< ", ,' .': .'i.!; ,.dl I ',1",1.. ( II i "Tl.c! :: h' .
neat home in the new tonipanile Iwf f i the HtraagfHt and mast beautiful in the Tibetan antelope. I hi. Kar! ir'' .:o.r i".1| \ii.": 'ID dl. !t. 'I h 13U I 1' ra i : "rorda'oa. nvdauon of
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f a.i The expedition financed b>' JameySimpeonr region oc(orduiR to U I ( Dnh'M.I l ,
The clock, built by the late ('harlesFascMt :' president of ]Marshall Field : director nf the mils 'unil /011' mI! : .th.o \i "II I b<, road.Ij f obtain i iI I II \ :" /1 l in this subject and is a ss7"f
i i of this <'ilJ". ,has been in the'* ('o.. will nail from !few York IDpril "I 1''. 'n"i ., of I i"It. TilJt"tanrJ.Jh.: a 11'111 i 1.,1.,, r i nd those who attead ;1 Paint Brushes-Oils andGl :' "::1 I
, possession of the Fasoldt family until I.\ It probably mill enter India \'j t )\';" I oh i-. prohabh: I the must. !iijter midI'.t I tt. ,,,hJ"; ordinarnv :IIuut : ill .>nj,i\' hearing him. Kverrbodyi ;. ..' ;
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I Dudley Fasoldt. grandson of the I to the foot of the Himalayan out;r i the roman taihed with il; in iciectMMi :and Till .t. ,I m-j jp'II.' animal, remarkable __ _. _h ,
builder and owner of the timepiece range and go by automobile to Sc- with Marco Polos travel:' for i d I horny: \', II. hart' heavy I Who ran remember when ariacs: i The Home of TRUE-TAG. paint = |

announced) he would give it to the institution :Inagur. From then on into the Pamir said W. H. Ossood* curator of zoolo!{\ '.nh :the, r'ui? c''',\\n ..!'Id!.I laniard.Sometimes 1 Tie r nasnt made by gait rvtUax a :: -1. ..+ ,.- ,'!=
offering the best home and 'region plateaus it will use pick ::at the mas um. Whrn that exhiorr:- 'tin'so limns art -,t nun1.- I f 1rw. : ether things with a tot of ratei -I g : : 'si
returned to Europe after his into ia circumference at the ba Uo! .. .
tare for it. More than I.000 applica- horses. yaks camels and coolies I trip >;e. S
In addition of Cathay in the ttirtcentheatery.. hit i "The big Asiatic brown hear of the l : '
tions were received within a week : to Making specimen : g Hendry Street Fort Iyers |
, the rare Otis 1'0.11. or Marco Polo description of the huge animal caused! j type! of the American kodiak bear, but .
after Mr Fasoldt's "offer had peen :>> .
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,.. proved to L.!It,:.1 1 Murihv, J"hlurI'" i\, J. II. ?fr f-lis. 1tir1: '> ) i tn tn I I..' t'''., l I.lfj -' lllSe. ; aucces .ad.. er.a"the ai- 'k-S) .1 : dr.
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?IOF THE CITY OF PALMS.trip enjoyable, from candy Ugarets C >mpan%. of Passaic NJ :'i.: ..amer'twa col iaintcnnp. In'._-Tn' s-Ven: uac
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Just across Billys creek from I linery and dressmaking establish- I peeled a woadertal oil D& andwerenot i!

Fort Myer. has had a wonderful' ment, several garages and filling stations -: disappointed.The PARII'ENIOYt& I ii1

growth In the past year At least t citrus packing house rege- Sportsman tied up at Sambel i :!
100 new houses nave' been built and j table packing house, two' concrete and the guide boats took members WANTED!
numerous business buildings. Sevenl -!i factories, lumber' yard planing null,I!lof the party oat fishing and some I, [ [EVENT[ I + !
; subdiTisions hare been laid off a j barber' shop nursery and three|large catches were made. The ..811I I i i' -
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( The 74th; birthday ..f .Jo-iah :Mnr I
other ,erldences of growth and pro -'post. office and bank. :succeeded m some measure, in emu-
;perlty. I! East Fort :llyfrs lies along both i jlating the patron saint of fishermen.Itaak ph was celebrated Sunday etening'with ,! l I Ii
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,;The progressive spirit of the citizenship -|sides of the Fort Myers-Palm Beach Is indicated by an ordinance Boulevard near where the new bridge Two of the most. noteworthy catch-i I earn Bert Murphy and John Morris at I 1 00 BOOSTERS II
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passed by the town council ruling the t crosses the Caloosahatchee river. His ,(es were those of a four and _luaU the Boulevard Inn guests at theewiLmerslown I' i
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"sacred" row and all other stock on! an ideal location for a beavtHnl .foot shark by Mrs. Jerry L. Wentz ccmpn'-ed !
:the streets.* Heretofore it has been I!city and its citizens prophesy that ,and a large grouper by .Mrs David ,. \ ,Obi.., r,>1 in\
impossible to plant trees and shrubs,jits I growth U: only a matter of time |B Smith. The pare' wa. *.I'aat: a loiR' : : table ; Illjl

along the highways to beautify them,!land opportunity).. I I Those in the party were: Sir and loaded with a delicious! chicken ;! \\nik !k ] rojM --.inJ Gs
dinner and a pretty: < .I", 5ur mojnt UU-M"!! Park i 1.n:: ihe' t''lI'p rl%! dl'\'t.'n11lWnt.
on account of the ravages of range Land in the business section of thetown j Mrs. Jere L. Wants, George E. Alien : Ulon tht toimal "iKiiiitg of the Iii
ed with colored" candles jrrvmK; out jl ;hat. muihof t the '.''imentx vulM- :
stock. Since the ordinance was II< recently sold for more than !Bias Amelia Maier Dr. and Mrs. D. imp;
.passed there has been much planting I:$:110 a front -foot and there are sev-.1 j B. Smith, Miss Carrie Smith Mrs ,a color scheme of pink and... whit f :-uhurli- next tail m
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done and. .the trees seem to be thrir.Ing. :1 eral pieces of vacant land along this, ;T. C. Lucas William L. Allen Mr With the serving of the t it I
street ..which it is said, can not be,I i laud Mrs Frank R. Allen Mrstil- guest was. allowed to I( !h..n n- !
i.A recent acquisition to East Fort bought for that. 'liam F. Coulter. Miss May SelUck the rake in whirls had t marketat work. "
has been the ti
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Myers is the twelve-room brick I Several brick buildings are andes Miss Elise Allen )II'. and Mrs Henry a will ; I
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Edgewood school building and even I contemplation. for the business sec :I icolqnitt, Mrs C. W. Bergen<< )lr. and predevekkpnent and that
t this has been found to be insufficient I tion of East Fort Myers and other.: Mrs, (.. S. ),UcCntcheon Mr and Mrs recalled over the dh'overv were Old with the i idea of having close! soon. Between now
:and addition built before ; of these arti .le!'. I'I'i want to set 100 more
an : will be buildings for mercantile purpose> Bard L. Jiendrj enough people own Russell Park time we
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: the next term of school begins. will go up as soon as building per I I boosters for
.*. A town charter was adopted at amass mils can be secured. Those in the pany say that the Frank Rphard Mr and Mr (iffirg.I lots to form a substantial groupof are ridiculously! low for value re- ,

meeting held last Friday night i,. In East Fort Myers ii situated thE,outing'! was Ideal la every way and W. Miskim Jr.. Mr.. R. A. Goud>. boosters! fcr th? suburb when it ceived. All improvement are in-

'which will be presented to the legislature Lee county fair grounds where one of --- ,, officially opens in the fall. cluded. The propert fronts on
/ for action by lion. Louis A.Hendry the best fairs in South Florida is l the the river and that important artery -
at the cession which begins Development will go on just Beach
held In these Palm
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April 6th. Kfforts'have been made to every I same whether this small block at of travel
.' grounds t is the professional ball diamond which will be opened
'unite Fort Myers' and East Fort My where Connie }Mack of the booster lots is sold or not. Motley Highway, East Coast in a few
-ers but stf far have been unsuccess Philadelphia Athletics, has contracted i for improvements was arranged! through to the

.fuL It has been pointed out that to bring his team every winter for for Ions: ago. It is; Aet necessary _ths.
with a union nf the,twn does It will(
I.the .nut ten )'ea ra. In the fair:
be possible t; reach a population; : ofa1IS,000iin grounds, also is: the Lee county: Now i is the time to buy. J..ni the group of RU- 'll l Park boosters' to-
i a short time and with alpopulation |!tourist camp where, 2t>0 families may lot low a$1.100.. and par tor it at one-f cash
that number cheap
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money can be secured for building,/,small cost per' week. Wallace H. FailingAll down\ and the balance in easy i pa\merit
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Recently ft fire-fighting chemical| have great faith in its future and are I
truck i has been purchased and a 1'01-1 I'progressive and enterprising. j RUSSELL PARK
I !,unteer fire department is being organized -', J. S. Tarrer is mayor and A\alter the latest in Ladies' Dress Goods April 2
; to prevent the numerous and'I!It. Kaune Walter Thomas Edward I
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which have :Million
destructive fires i V. Goodman P. P. Nalle and J. L. The .
.East Fort dyers In the last few i DeLacey are councilmen. Mr Kaune Watch for --
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months. 1'':is chairman of the board J. It. Vine t
After the charter is validated by 'i_is city clerk: and Colon How..ell the i
..the legislature it is proposed that a'')I city marshal. | Women's and Children's shoes Owner and Developer

bond ,issue be voted to raise money As "all roads lead to Rome" Clothes.
so Haberdashery and Work 499-2
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\ (municipal improvements. I t It Is the clearing house, so to speak i
.4.East Fort Myers bas numerous i|for the motor traffic '\II'bleh'filters i
'mercantile. establishments, a real estate through i to other parts of South FJor "In the City of Palms .,
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. as guide twenty-two'I i was composed mostly of people who
'people fhad one of the most pleasur- ', the Hendrys had met last summer !

t _. 0.1. 'iahle and agreeable outings of the sea I while on a trip north and was, in a I j ,

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BOCA GRANDE IS ', oosa atc ee Valley Scenes. j 1' II III i BONITA SPRINGS .

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Picturesque ''Settlement Has Shown i Situated in Center of Fruit Growing and Farm- -ring


Growth in Last Year With Placing of I Section ; Has Over 700 -',.,

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LOCATED ON FAMOUS GASPARILLA !I SPRING HAS HEALTH GIVING WATER I j

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Many\ Millionaires\ Have Winter I Atlantic Coast Line Now Building Tracks to ;

Former Picturesque Habitat of Bold : City Which Will Make It Road's
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Rica Grande of a year ago and Boca railroads crossing the seas Bonita Springs is rejoicing over thenearness which has not been without occupants 3 t!

<< : Grande of today are as different necting islands and mainland: to completion of the Fort I I in many months.! Situated on ;i

an:day Is from .night.and yet it is the One hears much of Flager dyers Southern railroad over which I the creek; bank beneath the shelterof f ; ;.J!
same town on the same island and railway to Key Wet but i trains will be running in a short time the pines the camp is very popular I I' -

with the same Gulf on the one side the Charlotte Harbor & I Garden The advent of transportation, for : with parties of tourist who Invariably ; ,. .;(
and Charlotte Harbor on the other almost as great. Separating Spot -I' which the citizens of that place have'(|fall In love with the scenery the .'"

under the same blue sky and cooled rilla. Island from the I s I waited for many weary years is at :':fishing and boating which they enjoy. _
by the breezes it this 'hand, and is reflected in the real :; trade takes -_
: same as was at Gasparilla Pass-three miles I great pride !in the camp .
time last year. -and this had to 1 lie .. I :estate and building activity now in'' Secretary: Home of the board of }'

What is the difference Last year glistening rails before !! ,progress A }eara: time will tell a I which he takes under his especial
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the town bad grown as far as it' mainland were connected I! in Lee (story of development) and increase in :]scare[ welcoming the tourists and seeing 1

could. As there were no lots for sale most other railroads the I I) County; population and values in that section i': to their welfare) lie also invariably I

the only butlding'that could be done Harbor & Northern uses which can only lie dimly realized at', hands every visitor one of the;

1 i, i was by owners of lots already sold. engines and solid steel I this time I I I'board of Trade's pamphlets setting; ; I _
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o ; Today there are many lots for sale ers use coal-burning !; The town is situated in the renter [forth the advantages and beauties of i

: and much talk of building and the paper wheels with steel j of a fruit growing; and farming section the town A flowing; well of pure
i town which can never be more than frequently need renewing. Caloosahatchee River and Tributaries :Make\ Soil I and Is famed for its fine citrus : water is one of the many advantages '

one-half mile wide unless sand is Thirl) .\IIIf'1'I ('run Back Country Rival in Fertility the Ancient I groves which comprise more than .of the camp .
pumped up from the Gulf or harbor When one realizes that Tun acres :Much good trucking land .Ull Hoard
f
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for fills. may soon cover the entire Fort Mjers: and Boca Grande Valley of River Nile in Egypt +i i lies along the shores of the Gulf I The
town is
| proper only a dozenyears
island. thirty miles apart as the nearb\, and thousands of acres will
I | old the townsite being laid ,oat
Motor toad Propped !it requires a railroad trip ;) ibe developed with the (coming of the
I shy i l the Bonita Land Company In 1912
There is talk of building a motor miles each way to go from ) \rEGETABLES ''''railroad. which solves the transportation (
AND WINTER THRIVE HERE J when they purchased 5,010 acres of
road Pass into the :
across GasparilU to the other he can problem formerly almost
an (I land from Mrs Gregory Terry Est:,
island. Boca Grande is at the partIng the people of the two I insurmountable obstacle to the -
grower.
I mated
population is
now 300. having
of the ways. She is either to rearm little acquainted '
'increased by fifty during the:
an exclusive winter resort or The town of Gasparilla : Tnenlv-tlirre :Miles From Fort : past
and Seat Are MjersTwentythree
County BeingConnected by Magnifi and 72 persons'are'entltle4' to ,
she Is going to become an all-the- rilla Pass lie in Charlotte (' mitesof good road lyear(
year-'round town for all classes of of Hard Surfaced Roads Entire Section is use!! their franchise to vote. Taertare ,..
r. does that point of 6)a ; Expe lewd: to Bonita Springs over the Tami- I,
a number of handsome residence.
people.\ .
1 on which the town of this Growth and |amt Trail south from 'Fort Mjers, ''two
Unprecedented Development
stores two hotel
: e Just what Boca Grande becomes in situated The remamer of which means that the town will be garages* a. called
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the future which of the I the -\\avside Inn, 'a trick achool
depends
; on is In Lee county ( on the much traveled highway between -
I(house, and handsome church
I considered building:
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w..poIcia..asw
are abound especially the Fort :Mjers and :Miami and .
1 1 adopted,One bunch of departing TIsI and the streets of the towns Myers, the growing county eat of Lee, and that of the rich communities':will share in the appreciation of values I Much building. actlritly. "- Is, now' -*'-Inprogress. .* 4I l
I itors\on the' evening train Friday with Australian which limits knit. I {
;i4 pines are closely! which will ensue from the opening '
it were beard to indorse the policy of have reached sufficient size I the rich Valley of th Nile i-. fertile. The overflowing of its banks of the Trail. I The community possesses an active "

I ,. never\ opening up a motor road to the the streets. I skit this historic stream wonderfully productse. HealthIn! Sprint hoard of trade with county commlai '
island..TWby,:..MU-,ane. -if a road N Set Port 1 jsioner A. M. Smith ,*l president and
in the heart of'Lee be likened to the. of
County Valley Bomta .
very may Springs!; boasts a Sulphur
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r is;opene "up lnlo 'Boca, Grande it will Gasparilla, Boca Grande \V. X Home secretary. It has :'1 1ml'l1Ihprsbip
the quality of its soil is unusually rich and wonderfully product- Springs which destined 'to' becomea
|be. overrun with tin can tourists and Boca Grande receive their < of, thirty A. fine pam-j j
great drawing card of the-health-' ,.j
t" f the capitalists and wealthy class will means of the Charlotte plitet Just' issued by the' board set
14 refuse to.cokne to this resort. Northern railroad which the Nile, however, the Calooa Valley district, is not dependent upon giving. resort Warm sulphur water }forth the advantages of Bonita:

.' At the station, just before train depot at Boca Grande (' Caloosahatchee River or its picturesque} tributaries to provide its bubbles from 'kind Mother Earth ata Springs. .Several organizations for 3
" point a few rods from the
time another party of visitors were fices for a number of the -'_ highwayinto "civic I betterment school and ,
overheard talking This place i Iii getting the company Seagoing of Lee County is a garden spot. Persons living there will tell you that ,a., poolDuring in addition to the board of t'burc.-b"'i, ;|

"too rich for my blood.." remarked launches from neighboring nearly anything 'theyare of mind to. Citrus fruit, as fine as anyone the past year building has nish! facilities for growth in ";
one lady. "If they will open up a the mainland bring and take conditions and the winter vegetables thrive.. been in evidence in the town. New' I direction. *': .1

road so we can get our cars in I ple at the ports. The of Lee County are rapidly coming into their own This, of course, residences garage a store building, antinew a',- Bnnttar Springs: U the centre of *".J.11O t. -.,,
would appreciate it more." !raph: Company has a of this-America's Last Frontier. contributed to the growth ;Aerial 'school district "comprising 21C,:?

;To be or not to be-a tourist town cable office in the railroad upon her "back country" and Lee Countv's rural communities are ,Anticipating is the development which :square miles and iaclnding six towns wt
-A'the mooted question. at Boca Grande as does the expected during; the next year tr
!).ers. Each is necessary to the other's welfare eight miles 'of I;ships A' modern three-room brick e
I streets hate been
lots For SaleA Railway Express Company.Doell. ;school building has been completed
'cleared, which will !bs -:3n'h! <'d in :,;, 1
ago there was not a I lot or Grande is lighted 1 which gives 'splendid educational<'
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ALVA! SETTLEMENT IS due course Several: tracts of land
piece of property for sale on the tricity supplied by the |facilities to the! district This school ;JJls
are now being subdivided and
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inland of Gaspartlla in which Boca it South Boca Grande and In great contrast to the tint which);-fij ,
Grande is situated. Now the Boca sewerage system, Pure for the market." Large; erreage!; Will held In a palmetto-thatchedi?:;, .
Grande Land Company is opening its plied by a distilling plant of : ,DEVELOPING RAPIDLYJust |! In the district is owned by the Bonita I[I shack!: across the creek from the pres-jrS {
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I i Land Company, bv the Heitman };.-
the mar- There are three
lands and throwing them on ype
Vet. Methodist: Baptist .and } east of' I tate r and by) Agner and Clayton. I by.-Mina' : .

The railroad tracks will be moved A good grammar school is : '" at the present time if those portation and plenty of trucks, Alva!s i f (Old Settlement wife of Harry Lay cock: of Fort Myg"r"r !1

600; feet east of their present loca- in a comfortable frame ; 'prac-, i who live on the north side of the Caloosahatchee manages to get along without miss 'i The city Is one of tbe oldest if not I era. Manyof' the present poPula

tion to allow for more lots along the Golf ('our. i It at Alva desire to mingle ing railroad facilities to any greatextent. i j ithe oldest settlement in Lee County, !' of Bonita Springs received their ?
several
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A nine-hole golf course I having as Its original citizens :Messrs. IODji
t Gulf shore. The surveying bas already : with their friends on the south side cation III' the palmetto
'1 )been done the new route for the I laid off by Henry Cowls lies ,! Mr' Rut-laid : it is necessary for them to row across i i Alva has two mails a day and four i{Comer and :McLvod, who'ame therefrom I school-house The descendants of ?

:I tracks staked out and the lots Plat- the Gulf and Charlotte ( store and In a boat which bas been provided i busses make the trip to the county I Alabama over forty) years ago. original pupils,_ar ,doing good worktv! '

ted. ire a few water hazards ; through the thoughtfulness of Edward'I i seat each day. Freight; comes by ,, The former after leaving became I Ii [and have carried laurels In competition -:

I t On both ends of the Island lands greens are well !sodded' with Parkinson. steamboat, launch and trucks. j jOn I governor of Alabama. i iI with other schools of the PLI
and No 8 is a short bole I to the I I'I Considerable was expendedby .
money ":
purchased surveyed grass. !
have been A is under ;
drawbridge progressof | the banks of the CalooKahatcbee.vhere country
i railroad and here skill Is i large these men on their holdings which i iI' I ..
into subdivisions.The { (
off
will be laid construction at Alva which is in ) the third drawbridge above Judge D. \V, 'Sumner, Is the 'own!
i to keep one out of the and one ; I were later sold to the Kentucky Land
company bas bad new piling in the : keepl.3g"I.h the new boulevard ,i Fort Myers spans the river, is shunted I' I land: proprietor of ''the !largest sto '
reservation along Gulf Shore Golf Course is Company and turned over to :Mr. Mc- 1
driven from the this side [ which is soon to enter this thriving the little town of Alva where I I and, carries complete 'lIn&of .me
bore and a seawall and tronized and Is very I I (: -Jor.: It was again turned over 1 1I s_
the gulf little Lee county city The new ; golden oranges blend with green chandise. He l la "enterprising and ,
banks
visitors who come to : to A\. C Battey and finally IL E.
constructed.Seven to
will be ,, ,
breakwater '! fine )rl.lge will be larger and stauncher | leaves and:: brown boles in many I proud of the fact that his store ear:
golf. On the shell road a illel.man. His estate is still tbe owner t f
; : Mile Long : i i than the old one and will take care I, thrifty citrus groves In many of (:! ries a stock of merchandise not ex
; Casparllla Island is seven miles in Boca Grande Is situated and fine of heavy traffic which taxed the old !!! which are old trees of both budded i I lof a large tract there, which is now'being I celled by stores In towns; '1If' mvdi ;
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which
house ? roomy cleared and made for
length and at Ita widest point is a II bridge to the utmost. II i iI and seedling varieties. Grapefruit survey I greater population. lie was formerly i

little over a mile acress At its narrowest table.Bathing, especially the rock I Alva is a fruit growing and farming !tangerines King oranges and many I subdivision. <', of Fort Mvers,where he served the] ..

point. "The Narrows," it esti-is I Ing in the Gulf, and boating and j( community! where nature Is at its l j j'Itest. | other tropical and sub-tropical fruits !:I Judge Bingham real rsla'e: devel- j! people as ,county Judge< and count ,,j
Is of Saint Petersburg, has also
only a few hundred feet. It orite recreations with the I which Reached by a hard road on the !j[!are grown in profusion in this rich !oper |superintendent and In his presf'lIi-:
mated that the Island averages one- people are to be I material north side of the river and anotheron neighborhood. }'.I bought 20.000 acres In the district ![I field of activity Ins, is \ al tilling am*..:
half mile in width and It. therefore many (Continued on page ) i the south side; with river trans- ''' (Continued on Page bbONE and a Miami concern bas purchased [important service In Boatta Springs) ;
contains three and one-half square i n __ i five miles of waterfront property. : and as the reputation I of being &,
j Bonita Spring I III within ten mlnI .
miles of land.Gasparllla j kindly, courteous Island Is washed by the I OF LEE COUNTY'S FAMOUS HOTELS I ute'a drive of Little Hickory Beach whom-it Is a"pea.B to4o'bnataesssy: ;;

waters of the Charlotte Harbor bay n the Gulf of Mexico. A shell road 1 1 W H Goodbread who to well known,:*;'', ,
the blue waters I four and one-half miles long connects (
on one aide and by ( In. Fort Myers _conducts :'a small gro j
of the Gulf of :Mexico on the other. the town with the fine waterfront cry store in the .soctH, end of thejf i

It' Is the favorite resort for anglers w eq I where splendid bathing is to be enjoyed town which Is well! patf-onlted. .Hit ;
who are In search of the year round. The Beach is six '.
I a tourists ,on drlak: _1I.te.-b": the other .Itlt
I recreation and this-island possesses miles long. and one of the.safest and I of the road to"very popular With 1j|
pleasure"and sport In abundance., beet; anywhere. This toad in addition passing ,iou 1 u. andt' \ attockj of

f l Tkr* rl OfllcwOn opens to motor transportation tbe 1 j groceries Is nlc.ry displayed,*' .;
the' island are three postoffices black land along the coast* which Is i 1 The religiously-Inclined at -

Boca Grande Is'tbe principal town. f x>o now valuable for Its heavy growth of are, in attendance-at a

Then there I Is South Boca 'Grande, r"I timber: ;When cleared: the. section ;! $t0ge ,stucco..church buljdlng oaltal- )
I four"miles away which can be reacbei'In will be weir adapted, for.tb*. cultivation ta Methodist' minister-; ,1a! ;?' th

a' few' minutes' drive. over '. a _of winter' vegetables: and sugar :The first religious services In
ihell road' .rbich bas one: 0 t **
'oiled
sriooth. trict had as the exponent of the
f. tKm.: constructed under the snpertnte FI...hlai'f'sesre'trd' 'pel Rev Wiley Do tle. a* Baptist

{' dence of Lee County Commis- Fishing Is nn i-elledtri< lhe ne'gblicrhood fe'er. who was also ," COSI'
., sl ner F. G. Thompson during his of Bnntta Springs Both In vlools. "

i short lncnmbeacy'of office North of quantity' ard rrrlety. ,'effflxb the dis-;; Early IIMerr "

Boca Grande lies Casparilla. which U I Lw r, r s S. tr::ct, find laver w th tie!*' 'devotee ofIsaak : A Swede by name of Donaldsonwas .

In: Charlotte County F J t 5 A Vaton: .V- minor-like river '. one of tbe early settlers )
;Although Gasparilla Island is really affords a ,flaw! < w-f'erwiy to the Calf Ing the original settlers ', -
the fOl1O"'I
,n' Island It is een. ctd 'with and here the Tarsia; the King of all Comer and McLeod. IJ, J. t
mainland by ralU It wan left for sport'flsb ma-. Tx* 'neen playing in I followed AimIn clt .
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andth4t
Henry Fla er. on the>eat; ..Iorthern coast: season. Hnrt'reds of'other fish on der earn J. Rc Walker{; Jot Coktrti!! .-
Charlotte Harbor : river and gulf are a real lure for the (Mr. Coker' now lint at Llmel
railroad on the'west' coast of Florida ..... sportsman. For banting also tile I land Circuit'JadgeCeorge W. \ _"
such engineering -
f to'! prove to the world that district is unsurpassed and those who hurst married ,one or\\at* da a gb "
feat'"ate' possible. go to Bonita Springs year after year the late Stephen ,Crews iMtUb',
,f tyti' panrea4.feaaeeti.., Casparilla Inn at Boca Grande isf 'sportsmen's headquartersand the social center in one,of South Florida's most picturesque. for turkey quail an& 'deer are, not I llama and 'Tv"'.J'Bara..lIr.? !Ean lDel

Go where von,:will over tba.. .tatePt. world- ''communities. Located on Gasparilla Island, former haunt of Spanish pirates, visitors here may enjoy unexcelled opportunities for disappointed.The. .- ,: '.-.-' ,- is etlllthen\ t.the...*ttlt eat
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.rid'find.,1f .jOG.aJ1.1.a.a9f.her bas two fining. The giant Tarpon or Silver Kirs abound in Boca Grande waters .. < city boasU a tourist camp (CoaUnved on rage:!) ;..
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W *- Tl "' number of citrus tree :::rd In total A Mention titHes 'of' the Atlantic' roJl4 .rnrffoml to
BONITA Printed RADIO.n
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SPRINGS Roses receipts from citrus crop. :2d in net rt Uoniu Springs rhich beom$ the
receipts: per tree" .Analysis of the < will tome:
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CHATS that
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:: GARDEN; SROT On Silk ;.above proves' : Lea (Bounty highest 'into its uwa. and tbe Press fore-
/ quality in tlirnt prodjctiou.nd WITH of, growth
future
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{ti. i l r : ,''a-s for the city
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\ Powel Jr. and roperit'
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(continued from, rage } acre 'on vegetable crops. 1st
1) J turn per ,
I ..__ ..,......... vegetable area :2d in average rein I]NE of the most difficult prol Ittllli111111111tIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIihhhliltlllll'-J ,i j'r .,
.moved,te twenty-four years- ace and ,sate can be .had'at no additionalcost from acumbers ;-t I lem!\ with which the Departmte.Ki :
return per acre Isa., had ta W.H.
J went of CYnannerct _
Jf'tbit'wbee lUi first came many Roger Babsoa! says: "The economic and peppers. 2d in return per acre ;; in worku.et pra teal ; .
:taring'treef, cferu. and othertrulls -!.. trend 18 towards Florida and (rem tomatoes watermelons and rules for the repiUtim! of mini. has rw ? odbreads: |
.were to be found on the CoraerllcLeod nothing ("In. stop! it." beans. 13th: In total acreage ot citrus had 'o do with. wave, Tenptli JtotributWH. | Co( .

\ \; : trill glide\tnat,: 6Wof {Ee '" limate: The etomate\ of Bonta! vegetable; and field crops, but .. :iJ
j ii es '. olds ittaaT'ttme[ The difficultv is bow to present in- | Croce.Storey
,, weruUe ,I Springs I is-Florida aUIU: best, ,:which : she ranks 4th In gross. returns from between itations There

I >" ),,(.! now county commissioner world I In other state can as many =
i for horticulture ,enjoyment no .uLilahk so lust?; as stations arc kept y
tri ,t6at'Ittatticc' aUd: tt? ATCoo .. and? health. A tropical climate. does crops be grown in one year as in. ten kilocycles apart and M> lone: ..> Lunch Counter
iv.'hottllf live* thete? r' not necessarily meant hot climate Florida In no other stateare crops the assignment ot wale lengths a ;( ..r

..:4y JJ1A 'Lfftefs. KoVer krahanv Jesse tmt an even temperature: free from grown that yield such high; returns staggered |rr fal'l] lu.....n1 thus |>rrccntingtnerU .s. I Bonita Springs |

Slnrmonsi; James Simmons. Ben Sim- extremes of heat and coldThe peninsula per acre as in Florida In no other {",lit t'te' area vt edtrire .. .I j always
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'lions,Jim ')loore. Sam Larrimore his of Florida extends. from northwesf 4 state is it as pleasant to live and ti rccevtiutu N-onilrkition-t- of t-horJ" D lilies. He- i| Groceries. 5f
x&ns.: tktt'ndha ties Larrimore, UIfT to southeast,. ,aD4.the heavy mRends work all the tear around as in Flor- IIP. rttrnt Hftruum' at tae mmitte nian from Nr rlork f| FreshC |
cahriJanet' Chaudl r.' tV": L. from -the northwest-cold in I Ida." o V.partweat ut atitrufJmjimert to .aassane bas- .Jor to Gfiman> fa 1 ,

!VjctlB., Lawrence tries': 1Y allures the 'winter, and, hot.In the summer i| there are now over TOO acres of I tto_tkt_ Iff +tlffrtutotff f* tin nomltr tin Jitftresc.of Ira caad fO l-e s<'n>ldc red fry PreaelrutCuebde ;| Id Drinks ;
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s Marrin LJles. and James McJNraln are tempered bv the. waters of the citrus groves in the neighborhood!; otDomta I (.':ttrtt kdoryclt* provost *a...cttii- -- -ll Pi ices Right 1
were also old settlers and"manyof gulf, making it warm in the winter i j SprinJsOf this acreage-4wo- ( tenal<< readily arailahlt;' at r 'ason.il)!*
: them are still residents of'(bate and ccld in the summer at Bonita J j thirds are devoted 10 grapefruit uLtltut A btetunu of tOO; watt or prices| << Truck ami t river transjtorlati aCOurteOUS: |

etlo4., 'Sprin .. The germ-laden; atmos which I It the principle imp' and its : '.tt.. fromriffrt.., ''k;..JM..8IDtU".Hfft.. the first building lthereis purified by 'crossing tbe'salt'l quality cannot:! be excelled I =mgth of ::73 jiW.and tin. Jtxlj i>y run dnl'ri'ni! FortIn.r- : == =

: la ,w-hat Is now the town of Borilta water then filtered Dr. :Matheson is the owner of :a 5n'i', r.cse.s.ndetwa.f...d tll.I'CI .RaJiYcuafer-this crest 39 with !'.'.;-..nt'r<* and l luEpie"'..? miiimiimiinminniiiiiiiliiHiiliilllltlli' I !' .
,Ihealth-giving and Wm. Childs owner of : esa arc < -.'-, .. . ..- ,j
Springs. )(, was originally Intended pines before reaching acre grove : _..//,1. mz Itagtlt ,ot"
forrt ddsilta 'aid storecombined Bonita Springs: tattle when 'inhaled 100'j! i the chain of restaurants of that name i :ktir line.I.Jaadisa and H* "'. J ,>but Is now occupied. by Frank's's, 1 refreshing'and invigorating, during U developing a 50-acre grove .northof ,I fir |A.ir fttayraattlaryli' .. '
draft>vttme9eard the warmest weather. I 1 1I the river 'I|1 'hurrlttt. tUoeattUHtt ttttttultuM oaf ; 'A1
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Varieties of Oranges j
; of Trade makes, the fo,- Healthful .pet I: I) W. SUMNER'SGeneral I
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ae'maaytifkrtia test'
I I I varieties of given the vreteat.J .
The oranges:
lowing statements about Bonltaprlni I I Health I.. first last and all UK ...,,,1. ...nil/.t .act iatrr.rra. us <,
*',in.,helvenew folder: time, what humanity needs most for preference in this section are the I 'I.... li ifttunu. although there art .
:t."* '" t itetestlat!! Fact t: __ i enjoyment of -life. Colds. rtarrh Valencia and Pineapple orange probably t4a\ J ekes, 1
i.boiti SPf 1Ii. Is located( Deaf the, ihroat and lung trouble and many I the choicest in point of flavor. I B stations present a far I Store F

southern", botjndry *<< f 'Lee County, on of'the! common diseases of.other eee- and the best ellers The growing o' ClISS serious situation. > I
th?-bWllUfu'r: imperial f river; and ttbns find speedy relief in this climate tangerines represents as vet, little to the DrpartmnitIbis i *-
because of their wiser radius ,
about cthre mttefe from the while Tie have no malaria, and no 4 : more than a \enture But the increasing is .
silk printed with tar?* and their regular performance. lUcrr
said' shore of" the gulf of1 Mexico.wf case of sunstroke has, ever reportedin BLACK In natural eaten makes popularity of this fruit. are 47 wa e lengths to INT dunlrd I ISonita Springs
ntf line'dlles. south of Fort My-: "this county. The temperature I this very graceful fro.k.rhO! ; which can be grown as easily as the : user a total of 108 stations now o|>er-

.Vri/tfii:connfy sea 'on','th .TamiamfJall. ,rarely reaches as high as 92 degrees; material is cut so that the rones appear others would justify the planting!!: of a'inir or under construction giving .
: '*hlch 1 U'betac bant betweenJrjjmtfa 'In the summer, 'or as low as 4S degrees on each of the two points oil tangerines groves; at Bonita Springs. ( an average of less than use wa*. Large and Complete{ Stock of I
""' the skirt and o the side front. The : ot citrus Is as !'encl* for each two station .
; ;lid Miami( :aad"rfomp which In the winter Tarying; lea' than i The handling: ( crops *
ran' chief If'jet "i H 'name. When a in Italy or California. sleeves are particularly lu\ely. being highly organized; as any industry in !s. -- ;;\ .1

Ink .of t>>o i'(..D y'toniabaa: been Water' I I.* no less" a factor In producing [but very snag loos around and' full the at wtistKuavas. the -annhole2l. 'America A large per cent of the Lute to the above remarkable result! j GENERAL MERCHANDISE
mpletedV"connecting\ ; Collier Coun- health l and comfort than climate citrus growers; of Honlta Springs are The growing: of mangoes and avocados '
1d,- lbeTatitam'TraiP i t. 'wilt provide and sere again I Is 'where Florida i members of the Fort Myers Citrus in this section promises: to I Its j t -

Tee tftveUrkan"bpportunfty; to see U at Us best The. water of our grapefruit oranges and all I,Growers' Association owned and even more profitable The production WAYSIDE INN :
atoag ,fts'course .tb'e' tropical posyp springs and "flo'IDI wells comes I In the lower areas there is much dark I(controlled exclusively by citrus here Nowhere. else, in the world ,'
..skms'of the tnlfed Stages. And from a depth of 43 Jo 60 feet and la loam suitable for gardening and ,growers This co-operative organization does the climate conditions! contribute '

wjbo.will not'wish to motor dowel ODe unexcelled. nests from the eastern I trucking and for those fruits and affiliated with the Florida Cit- more to the excellence of the Bonita Springs! ;

coast, erdes'tte"E.drflidMnd) up states bare declared that our drinking plants that require less drainage. I'I Irus Exchange; maintains a packing syrup made frcm cane in this latitude -: .

I "jli*.'tli..ri mating thl' mosf novel ; water compared favorably with Prices of land vary according to plant where the fruit is checked up, From one planting the cane

std dslithtfili' ,trip! 'BOB Ha Springs the famous.- Poland. Springs water' ofMaln Quality ,and ,location. culled and assorted washed wrap !I will continue to produce for 1% or 13: Open the Year Round
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fct abottt.35- miles further south than Commercial CropsIn ped packed and sh'pped.! The Fior- tears and is. renewed by planting j ; ; : .: i

1: ....u..., :aid about 106 'mites Most excellent: water can be had at (competition with other citrus i Ida Citrus. Exchange maintains sellIng I the.joints of the matured cane Sweet I tI ConveniencesRates
imrtner sown then thtf'souther*'border 20 'feet- but most people prefer the and vegetable growing districts of agents in tbe field who distribute -{I potatoes grown\ here can be left in AH ;Modern!
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I >-tallfbrhlaT: Before 19iC It next strata. 'Strong flowing artesian Florida at the South Florida Fair. the fruit to the most advantage- the ground all winter and spring ,

I .,;,11I. .h* t4 SotfUttra fee&ital 'of the well Water can be had in unlimited at Tampa 1924. no county stood higher Ious points. Truck crops are also without, rotting or deteriorating; 'i Reasonable e
Atlantic'CAtstiLfo Railroad.V qaantitle.'at 250 to 400 feet. I for 'the quality and marketability packed and marketed by this organization gather them as you need them from ,
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(Thto posltlbtf.. near O r coast on Most of ,{he! ))and around Bonita of her citrus fruits than Lee County Pall until the next Sdmrntr.

th.' Jowaf..ptkinttU.! : Florida re- Spring's is drained by the river and and second In vegetables.The : Tropical Pnnlurl We have: Telephone and telegraph i D. W. SUMMER, Proprietor
jlvcefthtf: dangr.of cold and tI'ost'to streams and their tributaries and is I' following is taken from report ;{ "Lack of frost and cold damage; C'OI1aectionIth any part of ;( .. .

piii;ttta 6 siitsbing ]>oMt. ;Why 'risk a sandy loam, especially suitable for of-The Dept of Agriculture of and lack;: of competition in the winter the world. .V saw and plaining mill |I

UDWa. Idcitidbic: wfcen tells laar-' .tbi1rol of mangoes, avocadoes. Florida "Lee County ranks 6th in markets with our products, ('oatrI.1 located here insures building ma-

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.- ;AFTERS. % ._? iRFtr ao.1 -.- ;"_ '0' '''''0. THE FORT 3ITERS rnrcc._TOUT )mnFl.Or.tD.\_ .:... !7'.. ; .. _'!:, ,......-1iiiIIi.! tUU.i:: I. i

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Sanibel for avocado and mango trees .
Island Is The late Theodore Roosevelt enjoyed "
'most of the stock' planted oa the Isles
the fishing here, anti it wag at this Pine Island District laid"' '
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originates. supplies. j
place that he found the devl 1! fish ,.
of the outside demands .'
which some .j $ !
lie captured. The bays passes! .
U. :M.: SrJ1! feUo". has developed: :1
Growing in Favor and bayous swarm with, fish in good; y .. e- ::
''i'; i I ""weather and the bland is quiet restful IUd U earring feor'W.fler.of\ citroaj i

and a beautiful place where one trait: and has .MOM bit young trees; .''if

t'iSanlbel can enjoy healthful recreation to the j j Fruit Center I! ind bearing groves. i. f. : ,

\; Island stands a silent but whose fullest. Tropical ,! Just north of Snint: James City liel

IDl OlIn! << Ruard as |It spreads [Itself and father was a pioneer "settler The island Is within three miles i Pine Island Groves Company w'aS '.
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Some fourteen miles aero 8 tbe I i building it post office Is in the same of the mainland; has telephone telegraph j I i illtwl; :: acres of.land. Iii of which is ;j 1.. \ #
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month occupied for a score: 1' ;.
of bearing .
the Their lands :
picturesque Ciloasaliatchee : !, and more of cable and daily boat s.rvceI : groves. reac.t !
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river that i has been I to Fort Myers and punt Goox iHjr Unltrr [from Matlacba Pass to Pine Istal\d\ 'j
so"almly windsIvnJTn I postmaster for twenty-nine years and I \ "ltlrrl> d by a seawall aid extensive: fills 1 jrar-efrnit: and oranges ever grows; II!
through the, rural .! The boat lands you at Saint James +[Sound. Governor General Forbes"
)beautiful route covers the Island iipossible '
and fills his position to the satisfaction! i nade in. the next two rear 13 heOil the blue ribbon at the { I
tropical by the exe Ilent rouiN. and city which was' expected to become I:[: cf the Phlilipine[ Islands .\president !
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country .that ,Lord of the patrons of the office. The i um Ift..r1 Wfrs" ,ens I dadison Square Garden exhibit and *
era Its hank from Source to i ,, every'Manly: on the Island nxj ; :; a metropolis on account of the sisa of this < mouth. building Dr. CO. P. Idei first !
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is Burgess t.1-of: premium wherever
The Island' Just west" of the San Carlos : : pre ) the his: .
etretcheaout Into the'.Utfir Inn. j I thpir. aUYIDlail regularly. hemp rope factory which was local '. J.'. Darncss; LaKotatofles and'; 0 cults have been exhibited: In Florida: I Icie {Masters is local manager. |
..of.Mexico: Just off the There are /several! taxis on Santhel! ed at that little city and where the :M. Selic has developed. a beautlfuy, ;
West'' he
Sanibel Burgess Battery: Company, of! and D. H. I-amons are clearing
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I now population 200
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Flotfda and"ist'but j and one can go: where lie cho" s,'s by cld buddings still stand as mono ten-acre grove which is planted to.
some with adiS'n. Wis 1 haspurchased" : Little ;10 acres: which will be planted to I i irraptfruit
twenty nUlea I forty voters. In the winter the the of other of meats to men's : citrus trees with, avocado and manjcT'trees .
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lokeelia make
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City :population !It increased several : a orange/ j I ;: -
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that has so5 rapidly) I transportation :automobile or boat. The buildings were erected am' bordering; the walks /and
pushed Its way to 'the front during! hundred northern visitors who come j I Among; the hotels The :Matthews, factory established before any raw ,Beauty spot of It. There. wilt be a J. J. Wheeler owns one of thedde.'t C. Gill Is: the marcbant. .t'l.i lne :::'"- '

the last few years. Going down the *to enjoy the splendid fishing and i with 75 rooms is one of the popular material Has produced. Indeed eaall built and the Island mmi- groves en Pine Island which land and his! wire Mrs. Rub Gill-CJ! \
taloosahatchee bathing. to go boating and to "gather d up to Increase Its ht-iiiht. situated! near Pineland. He has'Ia.l
from this .thriving fJlat'e8Itb the visitors. It is on the very little% was, ever planted and postmistress.. Ha has a fine rltnlit ':
.",,!'n. .. ____ __ shells at the sea .hore." i A laboratory, employing two men a channel! dredged up to the sea- < \ .
--* ;*- i""8 o irovw I arter. grove-of suit side and Is open from November very small acreage cleared for plant grove and some of the best fCia'gl
orange trees and the various elf rue On. :mile east of the post office U lat to May 1st. It has l been established ing. Some sisal, supposed to havt ,till be built where" the matter oixtractlns i rill and ships his oranges by boato oranges it has been my gocd fortune j

fruits that so abundantly grow in this I the Matthews dock which was built tw ntY-Q" years and! Is conductedon been planted by the Seminoles. i i' valuable materials from l'orttyers.: :Much of the island to look at. ,; -Jj :

ectlon.< The scenery Is Indeed In. and presented to ihe UHnd I by Mrs. the American plan. :Mr.' and Mrs. i still growing on the island and stick-- .caste matter will be worked out. A nil is shipped bv this m ans. Will Grow Veiretable, Tee i i I 1
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i spiring and along the way residences Jane Matthews Vegetable especially W. J. Matthews[ are the proprietors. i lag its heads( : toward the glowing idio broadcasting !station, ia charged Capt. Jack !picer;' has a fine citrus S. S. Wndswonh thinks that tftsi I

of Some of the noted men of the times I tomatoes grown"" un Sanibel 1 Isl The guests of a score of years ao I Dun :Mix. last winter with Dr. drove and is now planting a mango! island is as welt adapted to trucking'|, j

I meet the eye. At the land have for years Ven noted for still return. to spend their winters, at sky.Saint ladrlllan's'e1Pl": outskirts James Is! on the south o' as It U to citrus and avocadoes aq!

' Fort Myers are the beautiful hemtw their superior quality; and thiS yearthey the Matthews.The I I Vine Island which is soon Jo be connected Greenland. In charge will be e"tal'> Harrj 1 I': Johnson Grate; planted 40 acres of tomatoes. Toe< S I 1

'I of Henry Ford and Thomas A. };dl. scented: to be even better than :Misses Nutt receive guestsat ; with the mainland by ished." Harry Toe Johnson has a most storm ruined halt of them and ks' '3
son-beautiful they have been heretofore. The citrus at their home, -The Gables." This j. This station will have gnfIcient wautiful
because a range
fruit farm which
pf their simplicity bridge; and a hard road. The graiU conijtsaostly has realized as much or more, froCvji I _
and Joy trees suffered during the bat big i Is a quiet place to stop and I to carry all over the United ,
a very
to look upon because now' I for the road js already nude aero : of mangoes and avocadoes' twenty acres as he would< have trotts; ;-.
of their magnificlent setting.! storm and there are more vegetables home-like.: t he island. :tales'' and the West India Islands: and and much of the fine fruit on sale the entire forty acres. He has bean.

Punta .nail... Near planted than there were when Mr. and Mrs. Webb Shannahan conduct I fine Island differs", front any other hen some. !here cctr.'s'from.. his (trove. He hasnursery shipping from ISO to 20Q 4 crates St* I'. ;:
Punta Rassa Is the Island contained so many groves.! :an exclusive; place they call J
the nearest inland part[> of Florida I have: ever l wen (it Dr. Hi'rscss! : was formerly rrofes- i ia connection with V. J. a I time but at the time ofyis1Lhe '
point to The east end of the Island has been "Palm I Hlge.! Dixie Beach, whichis ,
this Island of rest. :Motor > at from the fait that the land i I.* pray or of chemical engineering in th'Diversify Icnce rhre he is producing; fine was shipping something! like :SO! to{ 14
launches and held as a reservation by the government : on both gulf and hdy. They can:
regular steamers ply tii-ally all palmetto toad: and ther of Michigan. He Is 1'reosl-I'ent /oi'BK trees. 1 30: crates at a ihlpmeut. Some of had
between the for >a number of years and It take care of a dozen tar more guestsat
places'afrylBK .LOtI- has now thrown'open are no saw grass ponds or slouch i of the American EloetricalTiemkal On the north 'nd of the island U 3rolleelia. stuff was ia the Pin Island exblU1at [
ands ot been for settlement a time and their! lode Is usually
who are seeking passengers' the year 'round and is now on the market. This! filled to capacity In I"a, :t, In an eighteen-mile drive i Conipany.: Three men. oat- \% J. IlQcce has 3 nursery ; the Lee County! alt.3: ?.,,,: i 1
quiet and contentment but two ponds tide of laborers employed, are alread .....
were< sighted ;;
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away from the, .. Jjusy uufde great Improvements in The Casa Ybel I his: the distinctionof -
n the island preparing for the
neither was over llH) feet in diem devel-
world or who are looking for a few the near future for the eastern' end of being the only hotel on the Island piaents. W. R. :
Si-hulte.
eter. of the TJur-
days angling, rest, shelling bathing the island. with! baths and running water. It has ::a :
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Foreignlured Cmtes Company was here last
along the white undisturbed' Fortfrs: visitors conversant been In existence for thirty years.C. ; veek.: Pine Island Fruit : !
As Bokellia Island I is
beaches that stretch with the splendid fishing the bay J. Knapp is owner it Iii'popul.1t only separ
around the is on I }
anent frcm !Pine Inland by In
CreeV addition
Jig < to its store and
Iud and the beautiful shells! on the gulf. and well patronized and has some post Packed right for shipment I
and a short bridge the two places trice Pineland( has
ca: a new Methodist
Down the bay from Fort MyersIs In the'wlntif nearly every )boat guests of much prominence among
} be described in the same article. A hurch which is open to all eommu"ty King and other Oranges ,
Sanibel Island which Is! of crescent brings throngs of visitors to enjoy whom are: William Dudley Foulke, T-
shape and situated between bay and sports piscatorial: or to gather beautiful publicist of Richmond Ind. This hotel ukeelia: Jamei! H. Foster. Jr.. is es services. It was dedicated Grapefruit and Tangerines '. .: .) I
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Ubiisbiag a nursery and will him "h.lnk..gi..ln Day .
gulf. On approaching the Island the specimens of shells. : is conducted ou the American: a year ago.Going s
plan It 15.WK: trees on sale next winter, IIU < back to the starting point of General Merchandise ; >I'Imti' ('': i
first thing which greets the is Saaibel Island has and (is of the cottage type. i
eye a graded school
putting out 1? acres of earl his the sisal ',1tf.. 'z'
the. landing at San Carlos Inn, of and two churches. :Methodist and has forty rooms. Among the features tory hemp industry wag P. C. GILL Pro rietor. 1! I
grapefruit on Pine Island. lie lotsIlrrd bandoned ten ::
which J. X. Calhoun {11 is a billiard room music room.lIewin& years ago and some t-:
4 proprietor Baptist. Good roads traverse the entire ,
etc. Most of the on the Island twenty years. H 'airpa capitalists now own most of
room gue..tosr'main
This hotel has] been renovated Island, which
rev < Is crescent shape Pineland, Florida i
throughout the season gathering I" also!: proprietor of the genera he c\aipanv' holdinKs.; It is hoped f
painted and newly furnished has t .
and and four and one half miles wide ; !.:" J :!: '
Its .gull quota of guests from all by sixteen miles long. Indeed the shells, fishing boating;, bathing store. hat they develop It soon.
points In the northern states. The etc. The Casa. Ybel I is situated on the Adam Silcox is manager: of the Bo Saint James City has a general .
islanders claim that their roads are' -- -"- ----
keella Hotel sail:: runs a store aaifilling :acre and rt
filling station which
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cuisine at the San Carlos Is excellent. much superior to those on the main- gulf.The con- ;
Landlord Calhoun Is ably, assisted land ia Lee county. government threw the !island station In connection. H< ucted bv James Ford. Jr.. who Is .
in 18S8! nerves fish and sea foods in seasoi .retty much cf lire wire.
In the management by his daughter( .Many of the ''winter visitor bring open to settlement and GeorgeBarnes. a

Miss Mary Ed Calhoun. their .car to.; the Island! ,.ant manyhighpriced a Kentuckian, was one of the and has good beds and board. 12. W. Woodring with a large guide II. B. WOODRING :

,.West of San Carlos Inn the Ieluhhouse cars are fo he seen on first settlers. S. B. Woodring. Capt. Frank T. Adams! has a tW''>Slor. oat and a new ford takes care of C

of the San Carlos club is situated the shell roads.In j \\'. Tl. Heed (whose son is now postmaster house bath on a shell mound! tha4 juidins fishermen and the island'saxi Guide for Good Fishing. :t 11. ,

on Tarpon Hay facing Matlacha addition to its trucking interestsand ) followed him soon. Mr. Reed stands! alt a monument of fine Islam business Mr AVoodring drives; .. .. t.-' E ;

pass. the hotel bu..ra4'u"! ,there are a ] later became county superintendent.Capt. architecture on Pine Island. ill!' ear and i I.* a careful and comi Taxi Service 4'.1My :': E

The postmaster"". Iii ''v.. S. Heed :large; number men who .r. tuidfK W. IIMackie., Capt. Sam Ellis Harris, the typewriter manufacturer ant drirer. : .n,':'! ) i

.----- .- -- Rer. Fitzhugh :Mrs. L. 1... Nutt. has a beans on the island neat Chadwick lire.' fish house fo I man- '
: boat \
27-foot will go anywhere./. :
(whose daughters are still residentsof 3ukeeliawhich !Is. also on high lam" igrd by Richard Johnston and the ; ..4 i

the Island and occupy "The and the. road -wlotls around it while South Fish Company's house by Scott St.
James Fla.
Gables") Capt. J. K. Ashmore. Capt. J. 'Creek >-Jlut 'bts door: rte \ixoo. City ._ .

I I.. George Cooper were other pioneers, has a fine home and Ideally located .troradnes by ThClII..anl" ... .of'' n. R
\ ''Mrs.' Nutt taught the first schoolon Ik I. Buckanan owns land pn Pin The Tropical Fruits! Development -

Sanibel Inland. J. W. scats: was Island and is a Tery'nfaTy landowner 'ompany are planting their 100 acres -: -- --rri T Tt

the first merchant and established the at Marco[ hating purchased. Capt >f the best varieties of budded aro- .
Sanibel Island mercantile business now owned by I W. D. Collier's holdings. aloes ct: only"four/' varieties. !They rTA. E

he Bailey brothers. Frank P. Bailey llokeelia Island 1. to be., surround lave over 1.00.0. acres on Pine Island: ....... ., i
and E. R. Bailey. This store does an specially! salted! to avocadoes: and
sansei business of $3K: ( (MiO to 160p00.They ; : ;
want to write for a beautiful bookie nangoes. This! !la the largest body ot '
stock of general merchandise : i
r carry a describing the fashionable Inn and and in any county In the state which ;.
fertilizers' crates gas and !
the Island In detail. especially nt for the production
PTOllfft3T oil...and buy. pack and ship vegetablesand .
t'seppa Island has some very rollIng if these fruits. ;;
; -V\ fruit. are connected by : A : I
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Klnilei i!traps sad everything required tea /alencias and twenty acres of grape I I: a
Sanibel Is reached by the /
-:?:'='if" : : .' 'the golfers skill cm: be found on thwonderful "ruit-U owned by the London Times. I "
Bros'"boat line which makes dally v.j
it : golf grounds near the Tarpon ;'bl8 grove U on Pine Island! and hal: > : and :-: I,Gi1t' ;
rips, touching at Punta lasses, Dixie: : t r
Inn. It Is only a nine hoi- he reputation of producing the most ,
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S. I, :Matthews! wharf Reed's
Beach
Gulf Front and Lots course' but one of the mat: sporty luscious grapefruit extant 1. ,
Acreage Dock S. I, St. James City. AVulfert. .'. : ;.IJH\i.I.\ Real Estate .4 -' un"'mr.J ,
ever sa" There
and ends at Captira. The boat makes ones you are over 2.000 acres of bear. >
A long drive with a hook at the lug citrus Pine Island and
i groves oa
.1 the run every day in the year, not ; ..
just through the tourist season. On I!third hole will take, you round the more .being planted every day. One j I, v &: Consult me before i investing;;l F=.' -]

1, Sundays KInzie Bros; run excursions j turn and give you a good: lie on the man Informed m* that the Pine Ill-
i. 'fairway, but a slice or a short pull I I
The; trip is made by the Dixie or ,{!means trouble-and lots of it. And and every groves and make occasionally, clear mate money St. James City Fla. i: T /' I
year
Gladys and Is a most enyoyable one. I a .. ,. _I II
;' the approach to the green-well, you i ikillin*. Now is their harvest with'
Reybold d' & GateS' had better see about that for yout- I 1Y
t '' USEPPA ISLAND Valencia and King oranges selling : I ,. .
self; but rest assured that you will I'for around $t per box oa the tree j .. > t : K c

SPORT PARADISE !have to play golf "all the time. Frank L. Rosa must have the finest :.: ; -

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Room 314 Pythian BuildingHotel Cseppa Island, one' of the choicest 1 Ilpotl [ ASTHMA : ,. f ;
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'on the Oulf Coast is>one of the j i i ; t
r greatest resorts in all the country ffishermen. il I|I All forms quickly and permanently t

I Ample and intelligent I.relieved. Many cases doctors pronounced -

L II angler provision; the Is Isaac"made Walton here club for promotes th-j:,'I' mate failed hopeless to help and are change now entirely of cUI Some of the Best Buys !


----_- ---___ -_ _. amateur fishing interest, and I'I'free from that dreaded disease since .
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using
the resort Is! known the world over I '
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: for Us Tarpon flsalns\\ ASTHMA Ask your REMEDY.druggist for a $1.00 bottle in Fort Myers Today: w i >a
Island !Is
owned Tarpon by Barron Inn oa Collier Vseppa: and here a i It nbt absolutely satisfied with results : ,, I

after taking half the contents
great part of the year may be found t'
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balance for the full
return the purchase
sport.meat rom all parts *>f the I .' ,

country. Being: right in the 'midst ." price. Two miles fom the offer of the.be'st' e
city 30.
of the famous big game fishing j j Sold In Fort Myers, FUu by Evaas we acres ,
and all good drug
Pharmacy
waters ot Lee county it you go to( everywhere. water! b bI

U"eppa you will want to take your ( <4-
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? rods ant tackle along ,'ItkoU; o /

Ic Casa If you prefer' they can fix'you up at I I Iowa.Mfg. Pharmacist. Inc. Des101nt'8. I values will double inside of a year. fi;-*. : t 1

may the Tarpon need.<< Inn -with whatt''er10u j t RUINED EYES 10 acres on Palm Beach) Boulevard, all fenced.and : \ ,

Everything about Tarpon Inn says I 1 By neglect; they get red and sore sri in cultivation, 4 acres in bearing: grove; deep well, housed l. { t

"Come on." It's one of the easiest In you let them go. Don't''do it I 320 feet of frontage on Boulevard. Price $500 per acre: i'
Proprietor
C. J. Knapp, the Sooth, run by a sportsman for Leonard: Golden Eye Lotion cures 1 t
sportsmen-more like' a. club, than a soreness without pain in one day. Good terms. : f i'.f'' "

hoteL Every convenience. Overnight Cools heals and strengthens: Insist 1.
SANIBEL FLORIDA through train Pullman service I on having *I
I from Jacksonville.. At least you will I strong eyre. At all druggists.VI floors, just off Tamiami Trail, can be ought for. $4500 'j, a
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fio\el JsMocaleci on'.t' 'I for a few Delays only. Splendid: terms. .i M 7 1

; This splendid 1'; .;" ':. .. it:. V ;< -. o-room bungalow with batht'plastered, new,"'priced \ 1 ae
; the Gulf side Sanibel; Island a dt"t.i! 9._( ( !
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for about s'one --x .:; .. BOKEE LIA HOTEL I rV V V. ; \ ;

has accommodationsof Alhost. of other offerings: attractive" prices. that '

j hundred guests. Baths, running.;, ..:' :.." r ").... '"r atV< \ t
1 j to "
? h t.> I and I are sure net you a prof:, r ,r ..v | 'f- $ ., in \
Fine Fishing Boating Bathing
r ':1 I water. Have. you something to sell? Give usiyour, 11stingstA; t I II

on : we don't file them awayve.- sell them -

Amlrica "PiSSU Co'ttage'Plan.. **Kifi. wovlSftLftf' T r- I :
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Bokeelia Islandyhere, Tarpon run. 3
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Room Music\ Room and Store and Filling Station in connection. I J..l .
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Every part of the South from i Florida real estate it would furnish :- >'_ it. !..;
Visitors and Tourists-
land to Texas with the a1'T-1 a basis for a healthy increase of population -I
I Florida has long been known as I and would give employment,
nishing unsurpassed opportunities to thousands of young men and young
manufacturing. Florida on the women unable now to find industrial I
; trary, has somehow come to be con-I I'employment except to a limited extent -
are cordially invited to garded almost wholly as a i I
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visit our modern and oranges grapefruit and early vegetables :' "We are glad to hare Mr Richard-I II
and of a superb climate. Few i, son's testimony as to the possibilities
up-to-date drug store- -. people seem to hare appreciated the of manufacture in Florida being '

one of the.finest in Flori- I fact that Florida has also industrial more ideal than in the North. I Look !
/ : I possibilities Writing on this point to "Bearing directly on this line is a Look !
da. : the Manufactures Record,.L. It. Rich- ,statement made' in a report of the '
ardson, a Massachusetts manufacturer -(
I (meeting of the board of governors
for thirty years says: [of the Southern Division of the Amer-
Come in and Inspect "What Is still a rather unknown jican I :Mining Congress. It will be remembered -
quantity in the North is the ideal conditions that last year Dr. Henry
our Stock. whether you for manufacturing in Florida. |i\1.: Payne consulting engineer of the
buy or not. I have been a manufacturer in Massachusetts I Mining Congress, made an industrial
of'
for the past 20 years but survey of the South. In the course of '
have been in Florida now for the past his report Dr Payne said: I 17l/2! ft. Frontage on Hendry St., adjoining .
six winters and I believe the successof Florida Cement
Make this store many manufacturing plants is as I I ,
your "Down in Florida they use lOOOOOI ""
to secure here as in the North. Colonial Hotel /.
easy
headquarters while in Limitless Opportunities"By I.barrels of cement a year in the course "
of the work. They developed an exceptionally I
Fort :Myers. inducing people of the North to I! fine deposit of high-grade -
come to Florida and by showing them'limestone in central-western Florida ii The BEST buy in business property III
t what and how to manufacture the I(along the line of a railroad that has
Manufacturers Record can build Just recently been opened. I suggested .
Florida and the Southern states to to the industrial agent of that rail- 600.00 front foot-Terms are right 'f t tI
Evans' :an unbelievable size""For road that there was a very logical opportunity per ,
Pharmacy
-'f. 4% years this paper has been for him to get in touch with
seeking to turn the attention of the cement people and to develop the ce-
people of the North and West to the ment industry in Florida and he did
South and to the limitless opportunities -I so A 700.000-barrel plant is being put I "
I of that entire section. Only occasionally -I tIn there today. Over one-half ot the
i I II however has It stressedthe I cement required in Florida in a few Acreage on the Tamiami Trail-Your best bet in 2
-Importance of Florida's potentialities months will be supplied right thereas I
I I for manufacturing, for Florida I a home Industry I.
people themselves have been rather "Here is one specific illustration of I quick turnover proposition-i miles from city. '
ymilllllimiiimmmimnilimilimilllimmimilimiimiimiimiimiimini llllltllllj \ loath to believa In Its advantages for I the value of an industrial survey cov-
manufacturing: Indeed we have con- ering the whole state.
IE stantly heard from Florida people I I "Bearing directly on his line of
I I AT YOUR SERVICE I that its future depended solely upon!)thought is a letter Just received from
the tourist business agriculture and Kleier & O'Donnell of :Miami who
Prices and terms low and
startingly
write are easy.
climate. 11 :
z Mr. M. M. Chapman who has lately organized the =
"Most of the railroad officials have "What we have found neglected in
s Chapman-Shirley Electric Company and opened fine showE taken this same view, but here Is a Florida Is the development of the nat-
5= rooms in the Heverley Building on main Street comes to = Massachusetts manufacturer, now ural resources of the state No state "
H Fort Myers well qualified to'"serve the public in the electrical thoroughly familiar with Florida, who I can go ahead very far unless actual
S line of business. = thinks the advantages for manufac- development takes place. We are en-

turing In Florida are fully as great as ,closing you a report of a deposit of FOR QUICK TURN LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH
E3 His experience and training are unusually extensive and E in any other section-Indeed, he clay that we have located in Florida
claims that the conditions In that and believe it will save the state mil-
=- include six years in an overhead position with the U. S. =
state are ideal for manufacturing. It lions of dollars each year." "
'I l H Government He was"an inspector in charge of Housing ::
may take tome little time to drive "Every day brings forth new evidence -
B Corporation work during the late war when he was attached =
this home to the people of the that the natural resources of
.Ei to the 5th naval district at Norfolk Va. and had Is point
E ; \ country, but It Is pre-eminently desir- Florida for industrial and mineral development -
I ] charge: ,of the electrical work on 1,050 residences schools -:: able that Florida itself should beginto must be sought out and Johnson Powell Realty Co. i
\i :, .si t churches, electric railway lines and electrical sewage and = study this phase of its possibilities j made known. Florida's tremendous
5l disposal propositions. For 14 years he was an electrical = Suggests! Surrey boom will have in it some danger of
I Hf contractor in the Carolinas and Virginia and was personS = "It would be an extremely desirable temporary reaction unless there is
ally'in charge of electrical work in hotels hospitals schools = thing if the state legislature would ,promptly created a foundation of in-
'E churches and residences. 'His experience also includes six c pass a bill authorizing the Governor 'dustrial development to give employ- Phone 489 (Ground Floor) _,_ Hendry St I
S'ol i,t years"as superintendent of a large Hydro-electri plant in = and other state officials to have an men to thousands of people."
=, North Carolina. | industrial survey of Florida under-
f' =1 taken by some one of a great number I Flower Decoration en a Lln.*>.
I of experts who have made this line Ten thousand flowerUij plants an H His, Mr. F. W. has I
partner, Shirley had years of experience of work a business for many years. of varloas kinds are used every ... .
=E: in practical installations of up-to-date electrical work 5 "Suppose,for instance, some of these year for the decoration of the public "

,g\yin,Michigan,and.Florida. ? firms was authorized to investigate rooms on one of the bit traniatl ,* t ". ,- : -, *: -*' .
-'' Florida from the extreme northern tic liners ,
'5: The Chapman-Shirley Electric Company is in a position = limit to the extreme southern limit, I .-- r I ;*. -'''' .
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from Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf I : f'IP ": T ,
S to cater to the needs of the public in every electrical service. = the dust the Sam
E! side, and make a report which would modem Idea
| The family' of fee
5 We want the opportunity- to furnish' estimates and plans SE1 show the exact conditions mineral in and every many children Is one" remarks an ex
for
of the state
for installations which do without = part change. Same as a bachelor' Idea of
we charge.
_, dust rial development. We venture
g. In-I too many wives -- Boston Evening
say that If this were done it Transcript J
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E, \ Consult us for Everything Electrcal 4T | astonish its own people.
"Florida should not rest contest on --
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*' opment, on citrus fruits and early I
| Chapman-Shirley Electric Co. I Iat
vegetables, or on its climate, or on all i
Einitiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii combined. Its resources for manufacture -
= should be thoroughly
i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin I 1 gated, and when. these have inTf'sU-1 I
known a campaign should be
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gurated to develop industries of many I I
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kinds. Here and there are some man-
ufacturing industries which have demonstrated Why did President Thomas Shibe and Manager

Ft the possibility of successIn r.

various Ulaable lines. feat Bed Connie Mack Purchase Homesites Y .- .. 1 1I

0 NOW "Of course the lumber business and mQt :i .
the phosphate interests are widely I i
I known but who knows what may be

4 ; !, the beds possibilities of the state of for using the manufacture the: peat I ; J'r i : ,l i, 1 l

_is the time oua HOME of gas power and therefrom the development? Who of knows electric __ Palm Park/ ?

how many things are beneath the
surface little dreamed of at present!
Who knows what particular lines of ,- ."- _..-. .. !
,, 1 Ii We cansatisfy you anywhere in the industry the soft, balmy climate ol' Because they exercise the same keen judgment in the.'L'::
this based its location and
i city.,:We. j have!' houses. from ;2500, to its proximity state to ocean on and gulf and purchase of real estate that they do in the selection of .
: ..t ',.* '* fc,
i '" innumerable lakes within its borders baseball players.
$100,000 ; _
J : might be established here? Here is a .
1 I II campaign for all the people of the -J .
} I! I iI state. The: fact that many of the leading business and professional it ;

I I x We, ,have ,fine lots on which you greatly"Industrial enhance development the Intrinsic value would of I :',:-' men of Fort :Myers as well as many visitors have .
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purchased homesites in Palmlee Park and have
: small amount cash balance expressed -
; can pay a b
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assuring :
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i ,j :t 'MTehaveseveral: : good subdivisions{ You will be proud to live in Palmlee Park. Come in.and ,: 4 ', {t '; : .

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: I 'Modern Empire Bein Created. < }in_Everglades of South .:Florida IsJEqsultaf CqmbiDa&fn.Of Brains, I I \ --- INTIIE'VILDERNESSI- Charlotte County Being Swept Forward by Wonderful ".- 1


1 !i| Money\ and Determination ; Formerly Was Lower Part of Lee County i Growth of Its County Seat and 5

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' (HARD SURFACED 'ROADS BEING PUSHED'' TROPICAL EYERGL.\DES i h.ilnliunis, re is a n&tautstream i 14 the largest!: in of exir usuors': .e. ': TAMIAMI::\ : TRAIL IS :MAIN\ HIGHWAY JI

'j t# minx mil going. nfortunauK.,ty the 'I {
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ft" j.Ian' is hard to locate a* there i is no !
'Everglades Governmental l Seat of."Last Frontier I .. ',........ 'K' ;./, '. .. good road leading to Besides the City Is Spending Over Three-quarters of Million 1
r : ; I ',/ i jttidni there are thousands i : and
Paving New Water -.
' Wild /' 1i' Z \ !r : rare and interesting tropical plants System :; }
} # 'J; Life Makes\ It Hunter's Paradise : ; ..: j I :0 )I.., !seen. many of them not being and Civic Improvements
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.:fCollier County and its people are Collier County is keeping its pledges:\ -J J'I"' i \ ''f\\ t.tt f ... tylit"I'alniK: are Uromeliadsir other specialties( Pines Ima- I Located at the junction point of : park is a mammoth banyan tree ,'i
grown;
I tot be commended on the enterprise to the state as to road and ditch construction .,. .1iJ' 1 a4 .' '.. y. .. ae v. ''C "ot .. .J j'y. ID !the "Tropical garden and \rbora-. the Tamiami Trail and the Dixie which measures 60 feet in circumference
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, being: shown during the past two I '' $ i'tHh' jJ j) .I .. : .11I "! tarn Highway, on beautiful Charlotte Bay around the outside of its many t
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years: When the Florida Legislature The County his just finished a : .J.{ i 6'.I. Within few the Punta Cords U optimistic about the .
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years many spe-
, passed the act creating Collier County jail building at Everglades the County :, "t' iJJ.' I Ih i ,,' of Kicua (Rubber-trees)I. Termi- future, and expects great dev'JopI I Good bathing is provided in PuntaGorda

':'F ; tint of a part of Lee County two Seat and the school district at 1I1. 1l {I n ilii" md other evergreen, shade and ment during the next few years. Thei" : from the pleasure pier where ,

years ago Tlarron Collier promised Lterglades has just finished!: a fm" ..f : flowering trees will form a most I past year has been one of \ i I, the A\oman's Civic League hag erected .
: that be would do everything that new high school building .. : Judge Trabue is for the bath 'fs :
1 was : :: i7t : ; :<\ ;: ,Jt I conspicuous: feature of these gardens. I authority i a -house. The band-stand ;
possible to open up that county by : t .:.;cQ. ,"1;, ,\S. '. 'r \ U inv of horticultural and botan- i statement that the city has gone forward ,: nearby where concerts are given.; A _
the Tauiiaml Trail and other roads, \erirultur iu (oiliir (ountj. 'I in the past than in splendid
I ..... 1L aj friends are surprised to find me ![ more year sand beach along the shoresof 1
: and that drainage canals would also The possibilities of good return I 'ii 'pWS" :; :: JJ here in the wilderness They wen at !Idr. [, the previous twenty, and this is reflected I' Charlotte Harbor also makes bathing
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,I !. be put In to help develop the country from agriculture in! Collier County are < \i. .t.. '< .. : : lj.'I,1 I a little disappointed until they i iI I in the great activity in building popular in the warm waters everyday .
being demonstrated for and real estate development of the .
every year have'I had an opportunity to enter the now year. f-;
f 'The first few months after the I many years the Deep Lake Grove at i t\W\ grounds and to inspect the many I under way. Extensive: plans for beantificationof .,

creation of the new, county the !>>ep Lake has been known as one : t Tints!: comprising the collections Few if any Florida cities near the the city's streets are about to bear ,:

r ergy of all was expended in getting I I ot the finest groves cf the state. k r.JIt ii ;.;' r : Some time ago Mr J. J Harms, of size of Punts Oorda have under way fruit as! twenty thousand royal palms ,

, properly organized and putting gomecfjthe I Many other smaller groves have been \ 'I; G.- ""' ...I I| the great firm of Henry A. Dreer of I I or contemplate an improvement program and other nursery stock are ready
I t roads already in use in better developed la, various parts of the J --r. :- -r l .. ;({ I Ihiladelphia, came to look over the I I as pretentious as that outlined for transplanting to their permanent ,
shape. I ,I ;h'ttj -pt i ,, locations. This work Is in of
count} ,Ii Caladium crop lie was quite and provided for Punta Gordaandit charge +
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(;"The Tamiami Trail from the Lee- I Trucking has also l been developedin ,. ? %, ." a' ed ! ShO"k-1 I is quite safe to say that when this the Chamber of Commerce which had
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i where the trail crosses the Deep uimutQ .that good methods of transportation 1 I'jj h 7..>:'. .. .r :-L- i. desert as he put it- far from the I' equal size in the state. or any other from the Everglades last year Charlotte
: '* : ctk"' , i I : Lake Railroad was made a fairly is provided this county will ; J.1:!' .. .' : Iw.... ......1 II 1 tonvenieuces of Utilized life", but :: state. will be better provided with all County is a fisherman's paradise -
: ,' -good; road, and included in this work become a great winter vegetable .. m.ff: i -- ,1 ",'. lift ""-. :,;..... :..,;q later he wrote me: "I am personally: the utilities<< improvements- of a and larger and larger numbers
I '. was the construction of about three I growing section. This seecoa one '? __'Jt.r-' .-t.' :\1 ; '" interested in Fancy-leaved Caladiums,I I modern city Punta Oorda program I come each year to enjoy the delightsof
miles of new road from the end' of farmer planted two hunlred'acres of ,m\.\..: .. )-; "C"t q" "" end the fait that I have had the I involves the expenditure of three- the splendid fishing In Charlotte
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'<.' the road that had been previously I tomatoes, amf tbev soon will lie on ::. ", pleasure of visiting your ..tabiishI -I I quarters of a million i dollars for paving Harbor Bay, u well as, the adjacent'
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,.. constructed The road from the Lee the market. Mr Tooke who has this i ; ; f:gi1 I ment and seeing the up-to-date and i ,waterworks' storm and'sanitary waters of the Gulf and ,the .rivers and
County line to Marco Junction was large acreage of tomatoes reports II" i_. 'i practical manner in which you grow I sewers including' an entirely new streams of the district r

put in excellent shape, and has been I that I they are coming on in good'' ,i i fW' t.- (... mf and handle these bulbs it is natural'I water system'which' will provide soft i The hunting!; also brings!!: many to

maintained' during the past eighteen shape! and that he expects a bumper 1" .. 1II 1- that I should feel confident in jour f water for town use. : Punta Corda, as within a few milesof

mouths, as a very good road. crop. This "tomato patch" is located j. ".; .. ..... _. ; ,..',. ,":':.,." j' I success." t Conservative estimates. place the the town, are timbered tracts G
: b 1 ;;-: ;;;; between Everglades and Deep Lake <." .'.. "- t I One of the leading members: \ of the I value of building done daring 1924 at : where a variety of game is to be
'. Extending Tauiiaml Trail I >" '. horticultural department of the t'ni- more than $!:iOOOO. chief among them f found. Both bird-hunters and those

Beginning about January 1st 1924 f' j FiSIII1C. AND l--XTIXG: I II ---; vernty Michigan: who visited the I being a new 100 room hotel the Charlotte looking for larger .. the ,work of constructing the, Tamia I collection last September. writes: Bay and ithe office building. In liVsporf afforded. F
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I I -..-"->4Mi_Tr. .ii.'froni the crossing of the I trf !the} flaking and !hunting 'ffinnolt tin sec ion. "Such color masses as your Caladiums Perhaps the most convincing proofof Charlotte ,Harbor and Punta Gordaare
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"Deep rLdke; Railroad at Carnestown >a surpassed, and hundreds of people presented to my bewildered eyes the market and substantial growth the centre ,of a very considerable
'._. ''''''". ;was,started and has been pushed for i from the north, east bud west come I had never even, imagined-color of the city is the increase shown by commercial fish industry, and solid

: 'wa.rdiaa rapidly as was possible Ali here ,annually for a season of sport. EVERGLADES ANAMERICAN masses of a new. wonderful, fairylike : bank deposits which at the close of trainloads of fish ,often I leave<< the Citr n
}he :tBtart ,one dredge was used! and I work There is nothing like it : 1911 were 199.000: and had growth toI.no.ooo for northern markets on the tr k

i "; !l0""three dredges and a skimmer : anywhere in this country. Naples so I $ on Pec-' 31st of last year, weekly shipping'days It Is estimatedthat

-; ,' dredge,are busy en route to Miami, So IMMOKALEE\ \ IS '. VENICE beautifully situated on the Cult: can an increase of over 600 per cent ten ,million pounds a year worth
:.t far About nine miles of the new con certainly be proud to offer such unique -]I The city is splendidly located over- a million dollars are handled in Punta -
,_; '" atructlon'has been completed. and on COMING\ TOWN' enchantments to her visitors''. looking the sparkling water of Charlotte I Gorda. If every other business in
;." ,_ -., this section a car can now travel forty Everglades the county seat of the than the average Florida ri.ver. Like and home folks The color-picture of'''! nay and is in Charlotte County the city and district languished, the
,miles:an hour with no discomfort. Stew county Collier, U a live and most all Florida waters it is liberally I your Caladium garden shall haunt me i lone of the richest little counties of':'lfeh industry would still mean prosperity -

-,. .- Kvtry.faot\ of the way blasting ot {.he, ,< Immokalee, like the cither town Ot: bustling little city It is located on stocked: with fish, At low tide Ever- like a dream for the rest of my days:' '| the Southwest coast At Punta Cordsthe for the city, as the two thousand -
rock has been necessary. A drainage this section received its musical. Barron river just off tile Gulf and U t ta glfctfea: folks find bathing delightful. Mr. Adolph Jaemcke, superintendent 1 Dixie Highway from .\rcad!a 25I : fishermen located In camps allover

:l. ditch forty feet wide is being cut out,' name from the Seminole Indians: file' very pretty little city.;. 'F Us banks are green fringed with of I'arM and City Forcslor of:I' miles to the north Joins the Tamiami ij I' the bay spend their earnings. P

;. an average of six feet deep, and the crismal inhabitants of the( ciuntrv} It\ has been: levelciriftg\ very rapid- 'I j:royal poijciaaa, royal and other t Fort Wayne Ind.. and under the directorship I Trail from, Tampa 1W' ml).j away there. The ten million pounds of fish
." rock taken from this ditch is used In being the southern terminus of,IT the vast, two, years, and now has beafetiinl! palms, tree and flowers in of Dr. Wm Trelease. head :: and the latter continues In A southeasterly -'i that are shipped through Punta'

'j i.--: in making the road bed for the Tainlaml -' the Ualnei City Division of the \vlaotic :t good ei:'jtnc 1 light plant telephone the rare speciesand varieties found I, gardner of the Missouri Botanical :' direction to Fort M>ers 24 I Gorda annually are handled in a most!. -
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'. "- Trail. The road is of solid .Coast Line ,Railroad |\t has; system, water works system, udi only in tike tropics Harden an old friend of Dime, visited miles distant This strategic location business-like manner, being sold in -
"- rock construction and should last a 1 I communication advantages over its cither modern conrenmnce<< i Everglades monies are built on both the place a few days ago. He was ;j!!! will mean mach: to the i'uy as the I bulk to wholesalers who contract for a f
thousand years. No better piece of 'less favored n 1ghbor A good live newspaper, the Collier ,sides of the river, facing Its busy "much surprised about what had been !' years go by anti far-swing Investorsare 1 the entire catch Shipping is arranged

road work is being done anywhere Located in an xceptionaiiy fertileregion I County News, tells the outside world eeurse. The deeply. green carpet of 'iccomplished' in only two years The : making their plans' accordingly in a co-operative manner with loadIng -

than' this road In Collier County.! Immokalee is famous for the I What is happening in Everglades' and ;'grass spread over each lawn that Caladium crop had been harvested i| The:'
.This has been so far all done by the productivity of Its farm lands and Collier| count>. Two splendid hotels leads to the nvei-street is of an un- fie had no opportunity lo see the nature can bestow to add to the advantages 'Saturdays, and the run-boats arrivein

county, but at a recent meeting of ,,\he.l timber that abounds in the region[provide accommodation for thetMyeting I nsaallj rica, vivid hue I Brilliancy of the colors, but he was of location.-a rich agricultural i town on those days. Relations between > '
the State Road Department it was f!'and is one pf the principal towns in public. I Every new arrival to this I surprised about the size and quality district a perfect climate winter fishermen and dealers are of '

agreed by the Department that they the new Collier County which now A .Community House, which provides I i town comes up this resin street unique of of the bulbs. The flowering orchids I and summer hundreds of 'i the most cordial nature A fleet of
would appropriate some federal formerly included in Lee County for all traffic la boat fastened to the forest trees and the I miles of: splendid waterfronts, the modern power-boats U engaged In
mon-I a meeting place gatherings a of;some kind. they
ies to help in this construction. j I: As is the case with this entire sec of the people, and an auditorium i I,I are not Italian :; gondolas bearing many Bromeliads in pots, boxes and best natural harbor on the Gulf the fish business, and an Ice-plant
will tion hunting and fishing, are here an trees also excited his attention fishing industry, an : supplies 8,500 tons of ice to'
probable that the State use Io'ed-t where entertainments may beflkd 'I Venetian serenade but keen earnest Coast, a great per year e
which to the vUitorp in abundance and: ind enthusiasm. industrious and optimistic people the dealers alone. ,'*
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It is a neat building and well I faced American" men determined
the hotel accommodations it has,, on A government expert, who looked faith in the future their latent agricultural
bridges, and thus expedite with its I wha )have I The resourcesof _
bun"l Snipped! fonts purposes. I mating homes for their families in over this new garden-spot last sum. I
oft'the county The State is !become the natural destination for community Charlotte County are very great,
The Kvergladej& School I Dtstrkt is. this beautiful wilderness of
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who make Immoka I unique attraction but till this has been retarded
to: also as soon as the grade many sportsmen I Florida. i The city possesses a up lately t
lust, completing a new school build- J, I ''
completed put an asphalt or some lee their base of supplies while, on ay capacity as citrus expert examined in having reserved over a to a marked degree. Within the 'r
other high grade surface on the road. hunting trips In the wilds of Collier tng that wpnia lie a credit to a city Everglades is a busy little pioneer the lands south of Fort M>ers : half-mile of waterfront to be developed borders of the county Is land that
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,fFrom Carnestown to Marco Junction County. saws pound- o Everglades I found some good as a park or rather series of will grow anything which flourishes'in : ,r
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constant New :itrus land at and near '
the old road is being rebuilt. With an enterprising citizenry, this parks and a seawall has been completed Florida, but truck farming and ,
The ditches made wider and deeper,+I town which has been a part of the on page one of this section !streets are being laid out and improved ionita Thence southward the lands \ along \\h, front of six of these : pineapple and citrus culture have A
A very large and complete general Tile oa es are almost uniformly too flat, with water-table ton: I t
developing 300 feet of reached the
and the roadway widened. From Car,, south Florida frontier is fast already. An arttageof: highest development f .
nestown to Everglades a new road :,: into a community that has .a BWrctiaDdloe or department Store Is painted a deep cream with :lose to the surface. with poor drain- frontage is set aside. Alon the sea-, The land is particularly adapted ,to
tsalm-f kipeiated by the Manhattan Mercantile -green or dull red roofs The effect is ige All orange experts know that will be built and' smooth
has been built and a bridge has been bright future. Its delightful wall a promenade pineapple growing, and the
built across Barron River connecting I climate and the fertility of its soil Company. A Drag and Sundryre one of colorful harmony, rather artistic jrange growing on a commercial I cocoanut and royal palm trees planted -I cayenne variety has received the
and with the U another iiaUtution of the in ensemble as to prevent monotony tests on flat-wood soil U out of ques- the menacte. A wide most favor. They large as
Port Dupont with Everglades, I II are, the keys, that : openingof along;! Jlr grow as
from Fort Myers Into Everglades l' new' highways, will unlock its a f: 'A strong bank is the Bank of 'ion But I came very unexpectedly 1 avenue for motor far traffic wil also Iflj or 12 pounds apiece and are pop-

Bow it Is possible to drive all the way store house ;of opportunity to those jit/Cgiades. n to ,a Crowing InstHutleh. Cling, chug chug in crisp motorboat cross a new and moot promising follow the waterfront{ In each parka ular in the market finding ready sale
without any great difficulty. I who will but seize it. stacatto-and a busy little tad important nndertaking-the be- fountain will M placed. A cement at a profit-paying price. Those who
\rftjFrom Carnestown the county Is also The advantages that the West at Everglades is hound to grow. It I launch filled with school children ;inning of a real tropical Botanical tennis court in Gill Pal k has been do- have specialized in "Pines" la the,

building a good road up to Deep one time held for the home seeker are is a pretty place Well located, with comes briskly down Main Street and garden in the wilderness. Unfortunately nated to the city by Mr. Crossland, neighborhood; ; of Punta Cords have
Lake, and connecting Immokalee with i i now to be found in South Florida, ample capital hack of it, and with the deposits its passengers on the dock. its creator was absent, and I I and plans Are made for an out-door done welt There Is no better land in":
determination of a man like Barron They come from the terminal had to find my own way. I looked in Chasteen Park which USA. their
Everglades by this same route and I and In few communities of this see- shops a gymnasium the for crowing; and
i also building from Immokalee to connect Ilion I are the prospects brighter than Collier to make a *'it j' of it, it cannot mile further up the river where other over this new place thoroughlyhere will\ include bowling alleys and other profits of $500 per acre are common?
Is nothing like It in all Florida
with. Hendry County at a pointon in the enterprising little uty of Im- fail pioneer work is in progress. They hundreds and thou- sports and probably a running-track. The possibilities of track famine
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the County line between Immoka I. mokalee which is connected by tele- Everglades! has been likened] to go to Everglades' brand new, two sands of most beautiful tropical 1 A picturesque feature in one of these ,tContianed on Page 6) !SFON "
lee,and La Belle. Thus it will be seen (Continued on Page 3) Venice italy as much of its com- teacher school ,which has recently zone.I I -- ----
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wrote an article for the Florida Mud forth, like industrious shuttles 03 valuable asset for Naples and Collier r ..
Grower boosting Everglades as a various social and commercial er- "" f.
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second Yen.ee. The following ex- randa in this interesting pioneerJto1l'D' will be a garden paradise of unrivalled ,
tracts from this article give an additional 11 bat a picturesque place for much '
beauty It will be Just as
l hjMKt to th%&petal of Collier fete'!..what a romantic setting : talked'about and Just as famous as4 J ;: ,ii; tr

c Read them _"'h ,, to druuaUc,,presentation* of- HA-: the charming Naples Beach.: found I,
i ii 4v j-ui .ow me'S OD n Coble J.I!',< : tJ.;; :.1 y2 : liSirs. in Dr.,*xebrllng'." garden'!many tropl-j ";-
,eer de'r lopment work,1 Housewife, whose cottage is cal trees shrubs and herbaceous I

) I It' I bringing civilization to a rich uninhabited -,I Ion' Ilya otter, side-of the" river: street I Blasts\ not to be seen anywhere inf I all
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wilderness and incidentailjP feffigesc;aye' la 8 motorboat, to ;the Florida. \
creating the most unique Main Street,I Post Office, or to do some shopping I The collection of Fancy-leaved Caladiums ,

t in all America-bar none ter, possibly to jots her husband for Is the finest and largest in 1 1T tii k ) ,'t ;
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With its Main Street a broad | InucTaeen at the Rod and Gun Club existence. Amaryllis form another '" fix

smoothly flowing healthy salt stream : where one find a rather modern speciality and so do palms and draca- : I -
that ebbs and flows with the ocean : hotel! equipped with excellent service I enas. I found lots of tropical brome- s

tide, the town of Everglades Florida and cuisine sass reproche. Dads as fine, or beautiful and as dig-
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might well have been named for the The big general store at Evergladesis nified as the most costly orchids.
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famous Italian city whose streets are well stocked! and has some interesting Huge specimens of some Cuban species -
formed of Adriatic sea water. handiwork u: the Seminole Iiilims decorated the trunks of trees and .

I 'the modern nigh school being erected by Everglades for its 1 The geographical name of this on sale. Tin Seminoles do palms. The collection of Flees or One of the big dredges that are rushing work on the Tamiami Trail la Collier .- ,
i! u ,:This :I. : It is typical of the h:gh grade of building construction thai,.Main Street i is Rirrt-n: River. It is beadwork: attrac'v<'IY, though not i abber-trees Is of particular interest county This fine road when finished will be an important link In the "

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'." s ':_ '. of these days, find ai'hot afar distant a date will cause Junction on towards Everglades the Tamiami Trail is .. .'..,- '.-- "',..
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Il l 7'{: {.: ,, ':; the country tb jrriarvfe. 1; what determination, backed by under construction, and a greater part of'the .way"is 'avery ; -

6 : ,/,..: s. money,! can accomplish.Collier .' good travelable road. One of the greatest pieces
.r.,;. ;'t-.r'; q"=f\-b '" '" of road building on the Trail, and in fact in the country
.tp-'t :til"'I"': .i': : ,"....... ;-', County-was created from the lower end of Lee anywhere, is being-carried on east of the Deep Lake
7 .:}.?" f; County by !thellegislature ,of 1923, and had at the ,time railroad toward Dade County and Miami. Already about

.({ EViW55!: % : '::4< j.. % ;:t:,..Jt populous cbunfy-it hah,grown,in a remarkable! way the solid rock is'blasted;'and a drainage ditch forty

giX.." 'sineeUhe .time .less:tnan: two: years ago when. it_ became I feet wide and an average of six feet deep is opened.

.: ..",. t separate political'unit. '. From the rock blasted out of this ditch a wonderful "
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Miami Itj i ista'' progressivC"little city with a fin'new: as .
.' fast as a blasting crew, three steam shovels and plenty i
I school building b ,general stores, twogood hotels, ,
.. .'J, 'electric1 l light plant\ water .system, a Community House, of men and money can push it. When completed it will
t that provides a place'f r all public gatherings and en- r provide an artery through the, everglades that 'Will be

-;; If teitaihments'and a river that is sometimes 'called its traveled annually by millions.

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County building a road up to Deep

.... Across Barren River.is Pbit Du p ont, the Industrial Lake, and on to Immokalee, and soon will have a splen
Center of this section. Here are located the shops of the did road system. From the point where the Tamiami

1 ... .:, Deep Lake Railroad the'boat yards where boats are : Trail 'crosses' the Deep Lake Railroad at CarnestoWn on
"t btiilt'and l'epaired.HereaJso recreation rooms and ho- down to Everglades and Port Dupont a good road has

t' telsare: provided for. the. hundreds of men woiking heVe. been constructed and a substantial'bridg .has ,been
i L, .. ., .;.1.! 1 built acioss the river from Port Dupont to: Everglades.} .
,; Naples on the Gulf is an important city in Collier 'A' splendid bus and boat service' is provided; between '

E County l located just about half way between Foi :Myers Tampa Fort. Myers and Everglades. Boat Connection is .
' t ; hi lEv r dades. It infamous as a winter resort and has also provided weekly bet.weenEvcrgl'and :t( West '-
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superior to the beadwork done by beauty and comfort are as free a* t1* it
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Naples on the Gulf! the Paw-eet tribe. Needlework as expressed air you breathe. Ey 'n'the, commetrJ
suggests skies of soft The name f solarium artistic in the! extreme, and in pretty patchwork quilts I'Ial life in this pictol'esqQG 'new .P'o' '"*

"' lth Just the gauziest cerulean shimmer blue here j Iin the construction o: which nearly IDs I ye Colt nill dame, finds a rival in seer town of our>> ; Florida tropic hi*-f|

and there of fleecy i tour thousand panes of glass were i the elaborate dress of the Seminole the touch tf romance which,n k1. .
sunlight streaming clouds, goliea! needln-sptte of all thii It has been i woman. She dyes many of her fabrics II service a joyous! something to .the

branches of mojs hung through trees th i'.( taxed to rapacity the past few<<: i i ui gar color.. with barks and berries rightly attuned human. i l','
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the most verdant of -', months :Mr Schctt ia. as well known ; and sews them together la narrow ,I No sentiment: in business did.'your
the most brilliant of blosstma grass and xa an all round sportsman as he is 4' ; strips the eflect being not unlike a ;say* lou apartment house:
the gray-blue-green of the gulf' and i as a saccesauC. -toteltmanager.'Itis: t Roman striped fabric. When making I I dwellers on stone. paved city sttet I"1-
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Its :I guests ecfcy tjy'ng!' to bring the Naples her dress sbe
White Clpped: waves invariably: uses tae where human habitations areitcrally fllei +
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recedIng! as they wash the wine : !, waters--,Terpcn longer! and fceav- stripes in circular effect-regardless !i : (I nearly spelled it liter'"
ier than Mr S-hutt's best trophy whether tle.-T:(dv ho close
beaeb..I'I I I IOf }! 11 wears it be allji.1atop each other so :
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a, on the Gulf j Walter N. Iloldermia founder of fat or thin !' I spaces sufficient seems loft Sior
name(Suggests and more is ,all Its that beauty: Its I!|i the Louslviile Courier-Joarnal: w.isI I a a I I4t5 1 But.jofrrWra ti.. Main StreeU -hatr.j(' th smoke and Perm laden air ycUoreathf' F

eannof.be(} described by tongue 0I I I I I him the pioneer of this se.tion! ,-and to a, !comes 'a ':aw tlv moving motor, oAr. You should see the business:

pen. :If: simply must be seen that U much of its development is due i chugging down stream with ai uipsual >f development in America's last*
may fully appreciated. II I For many years. the lue I General \\'. V !( looking: cargo of life-human .roativr: -the wonderland of the"
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t'a on the Gulf is more than commander-in-chief: of and Inanimate: ; A bareheaded man I ropics known as South Florida i .
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beauy|spot-it is a city. Small to ba !' President tnltcd Conf. derateetcraua anti: I <* cllegf gradrate b the way) bart'-I) bee and beauty are venly balanced
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aure.;fcut growing. It is the Lame: of I! : Jefferson Davis ii headed with a healthy brown ,< .n this Florida wonderland which II!
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many who find Just such an entrancing spent hU winters tan he stands straight as an Indian i .he natural habitat of. all, the living
here. -i fcfci. it
and ths beautiful old hwue I &
spot deal for winter residence i I Is now cupiej by Mrs I alderm.su'; writs accustomed "sea legs" in the I and growing things needed by. maty 5
and there are some who so lave It and :rapldlj moving boat His hunting: dog It has a rich fertile soil tha rital :f
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that they make it their year round John L. family. ) : stands in picturesque pose as It he 1'he famed valley of the Nile and a"*?
Jones of Onnville! Ohio,
home Others not so fortunate visit had been : were a caned figure on the ex'reim* I Climate that smiles healthy comfort *

It they u* often as they can for as long asi I lively of Naples: engaged and vicinity.in the development Hej I tcp front of the boat with keenly In-I aad: beneficence 365 days ia the yeaf, f,

can-for fishing (which alone i Is not on interested in I telUgtnt head pouted i in the jn ita miles of orange groves that are "
y coal, but in
would make it famous,) i !direction toward which the eX-I -
which for bathing: I railroads, and he owns both of the' boa' never Idle. .. :
cannot be excelled) and far moving .\ Conan and a baby, a bedspring. *
the I heels iu Nap.ra; H< uses his means I .. .1 I II ,
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restfulness of the life in freely in rrl-noicnt here because] ? asi ['I some chairs and other house ,I -OwedU Florida i

this 1 favored place. ;Hof his lose Crt tie place and his ap-i' .Idols.are glimpsed a? they pasn It When; with strain of frenzied finance: ..
Naples on the Gulf ia on the Ta- '' preflation cf its beauty. \.I (IslFoviag da" and the; little family in I Nerves are taut to nth degrees, f c.

Nfer.mIAmi Trail 38 miles south of Fort : \\'. E. Tvirht is a winter: residentwho r j their miniature 'a.uk are mov- I For the peace that pasoetb knowledge ft
this It can readily be reached by : has always been interested in'' ling to their new liome in a neighboring I. Go where God makes orange trees. 3

great artery of travel, it can be the building r7> rf the section Col- i island where they w'll! raise avo '' )

reached... by boat, and In another year, ': suet \\i t, tolcnd Ikndry, and i:cades etc.. in their b3'k-to-Xatur. [ Flower-Fumed breezes .softly blowlo S
w expect to record that it can be Judge '.\iklnjot: have done their1 I home I Rock earths radle east and wesLftnd .'

the reached. 'Co by rail on the extension of part. Bruce Ha;!!crinaa. calls Naples I The avocado raised down here on I| .\ with angel touch come motberia
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being* L. railway which Is now "home." ant has a fine resilience one j, i Lihqse islands and in Lee and Hendry I j Heart and mind to rest rest, test,-

en. extended south from Fort Iy-I the gulf which he occupies during'the 1d3 A r r. 4 Iw1t itr iI Icouatiesare superior In size, ':.
winter months I
trap shooting is a favorite sport man, Bruce General.Ilalder-s: 'j I

and golf and tennis are greatly enJoyed -=! \\attem from tho very beginning !
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''lot history hate neen a real future !
planned' and laid 'out, and the golf j J for' NapUo oa the Half E.' \\'. Cray-
coarse is one of the best In South''ton, has worked indefatigably for the

Florida. advancement of Naples lie has large!! I I
Education Is not neglected. Business property interests here, and a home

enterprises fulfilling the requirements which he keeps open the year 'round,
have been established finding the summers delightful.

Including an ice plant, an up ta>> date \\e do not often speak of individj .
laondty and a fully equipped elec- I uafs these days when we mention flavor'i

trip light plant. Homes have been ;, the wonderful development of Na i

built| for families in various walksof "lea.8 ;speak of the Naples \ improvement .
llfej'r All enjoy the same wonderful company:"" for 'it U underthe'dirertien'of 1: : ; !I

Tlaw. the same balmy air, and the I themen who organized ,- i -" :'
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fruits and soil products. Hotels havebn jthe big things which hive bronght '"- .t".t"t'" -'r'j.
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built which provide the hlgbest"ecree' {I Naples Into- prominence the past few iT".-. : ', .
of comfort. years have been accomplishedsuchal : ,

The Naples' Hotel is one of the .the electric light' plant the water ,
largest' and finest hotels in the state. I softening plant, a refrigerating Sys-" !

If it were not Peter P. Schutt tem, the swimming pool ((800 feet ." .
would not be its The hotel I the :. ; r .
manager. )long, :fine new buildings In one .
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among tJle'se" *. Room or '<. tr : : 1. t .
first Class, hostleries Last summera I I Trophy Room. Mr Jones, is president I !'ol'E'XF.' 'oTf.k' fnoST .\ P E iH( ..\ Is.: FLOKIDt. SHOWI5G
Jarge Sum was spent in enlarging of this company, and Mr. Hartley II _
-..' It to meet< the known needs of this 1 is- Vice President and manager;. I ROn \M>> (lC\'fLIB' _nD 'X. \II.\.Tr.\ MEKCIM1LE CO. ,

',0: wi 1tet'. The additional building in-j 1 It ran' truthfully be,* said that : j I i 1- l. ,

.' eluded. more than fifty large room V
':' \: all steam; heated and a dream of aJ:Napl\ ] *.,; > . i '.: p ?*: ', >. ': seen produced in Florida. The trees >e their Icy grip down beget .._ ?''lit..J .1M

; r' \ I grow'' to 'a height "of 6-0' feet and I Flowers an' sunshine' always 'smUia'L*.

::7f; i.: :'COLLIER COUNTY SNAPSHpTS : tl saw some la. llendrv, county with I Weave a spell of' kinship cheer. !| -*

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'- .' CAXAMBAS'1-IAS 1 I .1:Jiul this outpobi. community will Golf wont tike: the place of base world ,heaven Floridy,
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ircl:; come :nH Its own and is rte ba11'ae I long as most men think' golf .
I j i he ranked as one of Florida gloat scores 'are typographical errors. .I I All day long this most iniereatlag. Htts North Citv's jau and distort
STRONG APPEAL :Main America '
I hartnlig spots. t. .0 Street la all a presents a. like tune of distance!ftr. .
I{scene of varied ht the' things ,,,4' ". .
"'-- =- I Lots of novels are written for commercial activities. I've'longed ":'
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(.aXambas. sitluatcd on the south The Mad Hatter,seems to write use (i Stenographers to real during buslines -'And when' night! comes> the blue can'

end of Marco Island is pro;laimM bjbe rice' tags on spring bonnets. fcfowra, and few spelling! books.''ci.T -overhead briUJantly; -sparkleIth .it' N and face the things that are .
ret
t many'! ', visitors who aanually: Journsv _.J_ i ': star-diamends The soft splendor -
r' to it as one of the prett,cat pace What tickles a map more thin get-r When boiling fish! add a little tin- "'of.ths:$cSithern maom; the joy song tyro, and Virtue
b all Florida : : his salt sad I it taken ',,: tke'.uwkiagrblrd-aad' the J Uj> today
Its balmy climate am ing out sammer findings c* r. Fii tiles are! better ; always,
many. natural advantages hod'au al- dime in the pockets* I with a groin of salt. balniy Flcr'fla air matfe re'UVfng-* +Greed for gold" tD.Llf8',68..a"'H '

Du" urement for Northerners that arc I I gladsome thing that Awakens gratltrdefcr I faats.I ; ..

hard to resist once' they hive bee Only a short time now until we will The ,Persian hound is ,becoming I :: the! privilege; being alive I :Modern den.is: / : ; .
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experienced As Is the case at Naples be too sick ta: work and too well to i the popular dog in London. The beside the Southern eels. Then the I
and .Marco, this little community is stay home from, lu-hing. hoo-h:: bound is the popular dog here.!'tid comes swelling in at Everglades Richer than a king _wlih: kingdom. i! I \

lamcus for the fine fishing and hunt, I (; cleansing the sores wlh| if$ healthy: j Scribbler' f.In .bliasfuf,; ff. ". '-t I II
ing it affords ,and it his the A m.ia ruise. cain with the waiter A Chicago man wants $;;OQOO because salt water as Barron River brings the I ILUtcnla': in on droaiA boffimln. '' 4 f.ft 'g

ion: and advantage being ,poj UJ'I, about burned food because he can another man took the wife he i ocean to Everglade's' 1-e11. door i Tcne'o busy honey bees.' ..\

kighest island jn' south Florida: ) have, .that kind at Jiozne. \i treated Inks 29 ctpisW _2..1-.:.. ,i I Electric. light( apw_1J\lpkI2.lU1: &, poets ti I :y
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: its popular Height Hotel a nasreJutss "t-' '-- -- -of, Tarloils kinds ply back and forth Worshiping adoring, I' ;

4 I vIew of other of the Thpusan1Islans and down I"Mala,street,1" fA'Xiar*Ii*.'Ferward ayirrt'O"soul 'of.me;, J r'

ti t meets 'the tse$' of the observer I I. of 'Venire' pageant. a ,regdU.of ; Life bas purpose; life bas I ?

till+ i Within easy commonlcaU dt<.. # thp'gondoliers. will! ,doubtless b e, 'Keyed with l immortality: _, nii

tanet0{ the mainland:: Caxamba: ': staged in this charminff sett bsg .atfcfriaetawur < i
1 holds for its residents and visj aft ( +* V Vt .i.a>ate'a*'_tbo JnbabitaaU 'CoI4 caa't buy V.J: sky biased I ?''

the delights of a secluded retrca. l a -.olal'J1te of Everglades. increase --t-aiountaing' { I '
with the nanv advantages of a modern Nb>< e 4 a' t aad: develop.; :. >:' .! : Jjor the' gift of love' for ,)fhese.;*"

resort. Every year its fame and '' The red flag of an.rebywould fad! And I'm thankfjl* : from m/ heart ,
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popularity is spreading/ among thticaterg < I I few d'scc-ntents! to wive it here in depthI': (. "

and fishermen' of the countr .; a Florida where Nature. s.s. .lavish and !,God! made groves of grange tree. j t. tIt

and It closelv rivals Its sister con; t { W

muni ties. in tho opinions opts ra'miiDUl' r 'MARtfO J *ver 109 feet, in dUunetre.. an 11fta,. f

ft.h Vltifor; : 'Tax cibaa' develop-' V. frea'Is'siid 19 be 6aly 16reatsb! t

ment' U closely licked with that: 01 5 Y'i I. To develop) ,, this .botanical gardd t { .;
the: rest cf southwest Florida\ am i F r Marco the Jatges let r,tbe'" Ten I'pr p'erli'much more land. Is need t1 '

with, .tab" rest that'beaaUfnl semi> }' | Thousand Island. Ut j-eached.through I am confident that'Us grotas i i'o

tropissecUca its' actual crqwth am.I I Naples Bi % goof<) ( road. an*:tiy witti : avocados and ,'mangos wgtf .
possibilities( fcr sports toners. U Ja:, Here is indeed }Ihe'sportsman's paradise -f prove successful in this coastal Plttti' '. V
becoming to 'be realized It ia the haunt of the banter and I also tkints'that the Ue>l will.dV :'

Mr,and Mrs J. M. BarfielJ are the from at home and from abroad. The : well here.-H. Nehrllag, .* ,'t''! : J g ..
J foremost citizens' of this Collier County fisherman finds no greater Joy than I; 1 1IMMOKALEE

: A 't C+X x tv31vR town where .clams: are canned for In the deep Marco waters. Fish I IS 'k' "
northern markeUjChokoloskee. tpV abJndhere' in great numbers and I II i
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Is Just as roniintk ,''t V la great variety. In the main, the COMING TOWS: ]j' \
r a place as its name indicates.' In the t Thousand; Islands present the aspect''!.

1';' t:.' -," f', ., da.,*$.of' old It was a favcritaf: andaoJ'In v ,1 a forest 'primeval, bat Gilt' the. la- ; "
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... planes, beauty. iu 'jnodenn hant* eat La '
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Collier and HendryonaUes aVij
and its comfortable and commodi
;'; ;:\ familiar stand to many of this resu1"old : 4 e 'l .
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% "" I fl hotel a hcatlerr set in grounds of building a bighwaywhich
f1- land marks. The remote s"ttle- V' S yp9; extraordinary beauty. and which Is.I'' La Belle,ant ,Immokaler i ; S j.
ment of Choccktskee is still a trading
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post {or the Scminoles. aft !is claimed In.Sl. itle. aa.,ute I driver' ran .
U ,. that l1t1 was : ra UDEI} ZHEf i ae 1 gcdag ap,
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..r" weir and fantastic<< tales that onlyseem I' the :;
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They are the giants among shade i of jail ataalleat : 1I
y. to lend more. enchantment to |i .
All dense "'1 i earth U ia aboard
t ees. are evergreens. 11cntcd I Ic I a loom '
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F + 'cV Hi: quaint attractiveness '4 I IhicJt. over 3C species. Next came I|f :,ou'e ia spriag Ii,... f ft
. Solvated in a spot as ret rntoached he Terminslias sad StercutfaLttrcciy ,i ,.,
b? the vandal: bated of civilization less huge. As the doctor I I I t The troubtc with. thU contilr)r ;

: it otters to the visitor a most delighttnl cras a very narmi strip of had I''',! ace pairs of pants',out of ten_ ..e a ., <},)I J

_' place to fish, hunt and eajov tb I wandered what will become of these lift Is tho ccat Crat.silver .
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.. plentifully aupp'led. With the open- There is a specimen of Ficns Alua- ipoon l Itl ,!

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See NAPLES BEACH extending for miles north cross, you are right on the Gulf. On the east is found
l and south and better than any beach in Florida. The the head waters of NAPLES BAY.
t' shore line such that it affords the most excellent bathing -

-. Pure white sand for a bottom and sufficiently
shallow to insure safety to the children. There is no
The' location of Naples is far south that
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''. 't'N Trail, and reached by an automobile trip of about two
: t ..ti ;!,.! hours south from Fort :Myers.:\ In nineteen hundred and
!. ." twenty-five the length of this automobile trip will be
A' ": '" J ... ': I' 'arit ';-/ materially decreased as a result of railroad extensions.

\ :.- WX.:' : ':i-:; : '- Enjoy fishing from NAPLES PIER which extends

\ six hundred feet out into the beautiful blue waters of

\1" ';' the Gulf of Mexico, and where most every game fish .t."
pf the Gulf waters may: be caught. 111....
I ( .-J i" //tr''' From NAPLES on south and along the southwestern -

coast of Florida, are found the TEN THOUSAND .
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This district is recognized as one of the best fishingand a

d. hunting sections of all Florida. One can travel by boat -. -
NAPLES HOTEL' is a good clean homelike placeto through this district remaining inland practically all
stay. It is under the managment of Mr. and Mrs.\ the way through to Cape Sable. The very best fishing-

.., :P. P. Schutt, for years operating the Bradford Hotel, is found within short distance of Naples, thus affording-
1 ,. ,Fort Myers,'and that is enough said.: The'hotel has ac- early morning and late afternoon sport. allowing the
-- commodations for about two hundred and fifty guests. guests to return to their hotel for the night. Excellent

Good rooms, many with private soft water bath, excellent hunting in season is found to the east of NAPLES. ,
f food, plenty of lounging room, large screened Deer, wild turkey, quail and almost, anything one de- > ..

c 1 '1 f porches and everything, to make one comfortable. sires. ... __ _ __ .

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4, w A new modern LIGHTING PLANT has just been location of NAPLES, the district enjoys fully twenty- .;-

completed, furnishing current throughout all the twen- five per cent less cloudy and rainy days than any other
J ty-four hours. A large modern laundry has been built, location on the west coast and that the Gulf waters average -
large enough to take care of everybody, also new wells ten degrees warmer than any point on the east

furnishing pure drinking water- and a modern ice ma- coast. .. .

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.A GOLF COURSE and TENNIS COURTS offer opportunities ..' ,diversity of soil, much of it rich and a favorable eleva-
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NAPLES is'situated on the west southerly point of .' ,. paying crop two years earlier than most any other portion ,
i. mainland the west coast of Florida. To the west, the z. ,)1 55S of Florida. Pineapples, the Mango and Avocado -1

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BAT$ c'LfAR4 ; "f Keep a Clear LookoWF In'Antonio the-\world Hon.Albert;'Tbe then Steves mayor bent of: San-a' Punta Gorda 4s -, ,.- ;: 1 ,._ ... '....".'. h-... -.--.;;.....----..-
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bat roost on his own country place Growing T 11l
INFECTED[ TRACTS and a city and state law was passed
I to protect bats, according to Dr. (Continued from Page 1)
'I CampbelL are well revealed on the farm of II. I

ORIGINATOR OF ROOSTS! i Today herds of cattle are grazing K. Dreggors near the city who has I 04t,,
r where the few found it almost 1m- had returns of over 1.000 a weeks I t.

I IJr. j I possible to exist before there is no for six weeks from the sale of peppers f
1. it. maleria where once death often re- with only a third of his crop In
Campbell I
In IB Fort M ns I' sulted from this disease and the natives the market. He also specializes In ,
Interest'' o( HU frratlon/ I I
can go without armor. One man tomatoes and Irish potatoes, which .
f To Eradicate: !>%!" I I who owns 9MM acres of land in this are luxuriantly growing on a tract of
i t section says that the absence of mosquitoes his farm in alternate rows. Land in
The slang phrase -Bats in his bel- I has enhanced the value of Charlotte county is also well adaptedfor .
fry" originated after 1899 in which I his land $200 an acre. every kind of garden truck, and
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year Dr. Charles A. U. Campbell of A high-class surburb Just out of the conditions are excellent for cel I
San Antonio. Tex.. began to promulgate San Ant&nlo has Just built a bat Gray Holmes
-the doctrine that bats destroy roost by popular subscription.i ery.Many fine citrus groves are to he t
mosquitoes and that artificial bat i roosts: serve" to eliminate mosquitoes seen In the county, The lands along I'I't ,
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rookeries can be establiahend and Wash WIucl'w.b Soap I ," .said the doctor, "and this the creeks and streams which I ,
maintained. | makes the lowlands as healthy as the ally have high basks are .
Dri Campbell is in Fort Myers to / the eyes of tee horn are I I mountains and hills. It is the maleria any in the state for citrus gener-I I ,
Interest people in the protection of windows, there must be many mosquito which causes fever in the The county is the home of
bats-which; destroy mosquitoes by omeattJ\ cer.cUve vision lowlands. The secret which I discovered fruits and mangos, cocoanuts, Hotels
Cleaning windows uaca to be along. 1
billions. He will go before the city laborious proems ant r"on DOW is that the sex scent must be sapodillas avocados dates figs I. papayas -
mayor'' 'and commissioners and ask i many: house..lves'not Know'n. of placed In the roosts before the bats bananas and other fruits are v
that,!ah ordinance be passed protec I easier ways keep putting off 'tn- will occupy it. Like the trappers the common, although only the minsors, : f
ting.bits.. lie is arranging wtih Professor dow-cleantnc limes as Ions as pcs- man who, wants bats' must study na- guavas and gvoeadrts {jare grown commercially. # .
). L. Orr' to give an illustrated FiLle.: ture. .
lecttfr in the schools. Gen Giovanni Really. wasLlns windows Is hin 110mlre Dr. Campbell I h*' the guest of Aron Charlotte: Harbor fc the best natural I ..t :tv. Announcing the Opening or 1 ;'"
dIBcult a Job than wa I
1arieni.. I' Apple ate. of Pineland. and they harbor .
commander of engineers for I dl.hes. Just mix two quarts of hU south oPJVnKaeola. It is t i ':
the Italian I will to Punts Gorda: in a day or dredged to allow
army. In his lectures in wuer-with a liberal pinch of t go vettels of 12 feet I i I,
the Royal Lyceum uses Dr. Camp- bl-jtng dissolved In It. BO as to mak. two where, Marry Dreggors and l>r.I draught to enter. The excursion boats II
bell' slides to illustrate his lectures. I It a deep blue-two tableapoonf ). McQueen: built a bat roost! a Wallace and Harris Bros, are active I
These are the identical slides used of kerosene and a small cake of I few years ago. They imparted 2.WO on the waters of the bay. G;iuod railroad I Charlotte Hotel f I
by Dr. Campbell! in his lectures. I Ivory soap. Into these silently.hot suds Wittttta bats the first year and filled theirftM'st service i is provided by the Atlantic I, Bay .
dip a cloth wringing
"After I discovered the but the bats all left. The next Coast line
usefulnessof wet cloth so over the window
hats. r)>r.' Campbell informed the .,..d then follow by wlpng! off with year 1WH bats were brought in with The city and district are' we'II'
Press today, "1 built a bat roostat a soft dry cloth and ptlLt-'ng- with like result. I>r. Campbell will show I served by roads with an ambitions .
an expense of 11.200. That roost liwue paper. This <<1..8 The win.iiw them how to retain their hats building program anrier war which PUNTA GOKDA FLORIDA t.- :
still stands as a a bright iUnf 4rpearance. In addition to their value as mosquito -Iwitl I provide even better !;en;..... The<> ,, ,
monument to Ignorance ...
of the bat my ar.d Is an excfcl -n ../ to keep eradicators the bats deposit Tamiami Trail north to Kar.isnia' will I
at that time. It .
r las not and has Ita flies from tUn. ID aummer.N:1iEOrr _. .. guano which brings a high price on be finished six: months and southeast
never
1 had a single assno. '* tfM ti
bat in it." '.. .nn.9 NwMrt an (1.UII' ft SJ.eI.dJ..u.p the market. of Fort Myers in a month They I ,
:-t'; "In; 1907 I concluded that if I ever 'cl Fittk .dwa.tJuft....ffra-<...aJ y.Hmflrt-1... CffJ. ",'\(*, Pr. Campbell will be in the ctt great Charlotte Harbor brills- which,I i I Modern Brick Building Accommodating 200 :
several days. makes the Tamiaml Trail po.il>le is .
made
my theory practicable I --- ---- I II
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: get first-hand information of the habits Ten" miles south of San Antonio there Gorda points with pride. It spans the Guests Every Room With Bath
of bats and that I must study And in :Manila the horse races are Ii. \
were thousands of acres of landwhere harbor between the ells and i->wn I I ;
the bat in Its habitat With a held early: in the morning; leaving all I
compan-
the inhabitants '
Charlotte
were compelled of Harbor. ins i i- on.oC
ion I Journeyed day for cussing.
to
Reeves county to wear oilcloth masks and the largest engineering frai.s ver I'
Texas, where there are numerous bat sleeves to protect themselves from undertaken; and carried to a successful -' !
caves To my surprise although the mosquitoes. These insect pests were In Italy the girls out of jobs are conclusion in South Florida. Thee .;
caves were as nearly alike as peas,I so bad that cattle could not be raised. asking for husbands which is on bridge is one and a half miles long II VISIT
one cave would be the home of mil- What few cattle there were would way of finding work of concrete and shortens the distance
lions of bats and the guano feet break through wire fences to escape between Punta Gorda and Tampa
thick while other caves, exactly the! the pests. There were numerous considerably. '
COTTON
WANTED CLEAN
same' as far as I could determine deaths among humans from maleria." : Punta Gorda Is well equipped with I
.were absolutely uninhabited." | Through the Bear county ml'dicall) RAGS AT ONCE. PRESS OF I hotels. A new lOO-foom hotel the : ::1 PUNTA GORDA
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last the reason was discovered ': society San Antonio was induced to !, "Charlotte Bay" has Just been open- ,
and a bat roost built at San Antonio. : build the first municipal bat roost 1 FICE. ed to the public under the manage-
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ment of the Gray Holmes Hotels. It .
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I hotel "Charlotte Harbor" owned by ON CHARLOTTE BAY .'
the Collier and Vanderbilt interestsis
II a very large!; structure and catersto I
the tourist public. There are also I '
LOCATION CLIMATE RECREATION i the Chadwick apartments, the Blazer
Cottage: the New Seminole the Smith Where the Dixie Highway and Tamiami Trail
and several other small! hotels.
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and W. M. Gill of the appraisal com- 1.I

Country shows the unlimited possibilities here mittee of the Fort Myers Realty --- --- -- -- -- -- --------
board went to Boca Grande yesterday

for agricultural expansion. Punta Gorda is and II I,to Oasparilia appraise island.some 535 They: acres drove of land to Arcadia on- I II-: II : ;

where they were met by C. 'T. 1III
will continue to be an all-year-round city, sup- Howland representing the war department I '. :Jl'
I and were t+.ir.n down to Boca ,, .
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ported by agriculture, and a diversity of other re- t rand by :Mr. Parsons, vicepresident THE ;- 'f
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:': ;:' sources. Its business houses are showing a remarkable Northern railroad in his private car. :
'f-.4. The land appraised is very valuable -

grovth-a growth that is steady and phosphate property loading now being yards,used docks as, APPEARANCE \

healthy. etc.. at South Ioca Grande, and includes I :
also the golf links on the 1 is-
land. The government is planningto '
j sell this land which is an old
I military grant and bas been under J JI
.Soil is as good as any in the state, and freedom from frost I I lease for many years. The policy of I OF YOUR CARDSOR
means more crops per year at less cost. And there plenty: the government is, it la understood, -
of good agricultural land near Punta Gorda thatan still I III11 to ask the appraisal committees of .
l he bought at remarkably low prices. Realty boards to fix valuations on all I I -
II I I property they are offering for sale. 3
<" ... CITRUS FRUIT grows here to perfection, the groves in I LETTER;, HEADS
this section speak for themselves and arc bringing their \ Here's Her I 1 1.1j

owners handsome, profits. I f-I'

TRUCK: Punta Gorda's climate enables the growers to j ,I J

Best Road to he l FIRST on the Northtrn markets, and it is usually the I "f fl
)early that bring the big Celery ,
shipments profits. lettuce

Punta Gorda successfully tomatoes, peppers grown beans here at, watermelons big profits.: etc., are all being I I! ;gjj, J I[, Will be right, if they are printed at the II. ;


'PINEAPPLES offer large profits because they cannot be
From Fort Myers cross successfully grown in the Northern part of the state. They i "' 'f .
Caloosahatcbee bridge are a big paying proposition in Punta Gorda. II

at follow East Road Fort No.Myers 6. The and Punta Gorda's location, climate and facilities for recreation j t, III Fort Myers Press ..c. ll.t :f

o i trip can be made easily bring hundreds of people here-its splendid agriculture : : i it. .
an hour and a quarter. insures stability and rapidly increasing values. I
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self. Hare you can express your own individuality, make 't II1I II III 1 Job Roo.ms
your own friends' pick your own surroundings-and specify !
,your own price, for beautiful home-sites are still within III t- 4 .t.: ':,

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:cille Evans' ankles are insured tor
Yloo.000And Coles Phillips artist .;;
PUNTA GORDA FLORIDA believes her face Is equally perfect
5 5 11 11j lie's nominated her as one of 11 ;
"perfect" beauties for 1825. You've 1
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/ J\Vhen an act of the state legislature
t 7 In 1923 divided nearly 700,000
*f?*8 of llnd from old Lee county, it
created Hendry.. Florida's youngest
governmental unit. Lee court at V2s S
that time wa a veritable :spire In,
itself| larger than the states *.: ilhuii; + f.fF ,w dlc t Sr t.

Island Deleware and the District of:
Columbia' combined. r1i
(The newly created intent county
.' I has developed since Its birth, two
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,, years: aro. from & trade frontier land
of,path* and randy trails Inhabl.caby r 4

; a fewj. hardy settlers trappers and 1M
I cattlemen; a land where natun

f wjld. mil sun held sway; into a ei-< .T
MPO whose rapid progress has bevn
i chief among the development wanders -
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of South Florida.
;'a Ivy Henry Fora I.urthaseeHenry i

Ford's purchase 8,000, ar
acres of land in Ileodry county comprising I i L.t, ,:- i'i-ne: View of I* Belle h" ISIS;
a the greater part of the Goodno _ ___ _____
ranch was a move that focused ,: HIJal\' .; "uat+t ..Leny: wr, the II" );;nh.: iir v' htortfecd stores, .
th,.attention of the entire nation on ,': Scuth Flu:&:.. F.ur ;n T.tlw.: j ..!in t.t'I! iMvedstreet*, electric a
Florida's youngest county-Its climatic j I With its sunshiny, Ktr.ial: climate, lights, a Ite.iutiful' Palm Park tourist I
I and natural wonders. The establishment :healhfully I famed sumun r an-', win-I f...'Hp. 'team and croquet courts, etc
+ on this tract of the now ter by u-rapi-red ocean: lirt-ezes: this ate *"iiu" of the many things that
i famous. Ford rubber plantation whereIn is a delightful all-.h.1-) ear-round mat;: Lu Belle a pleasant! place for
conjunction with rubber expert I place to live. Agricultural >>-lIiblllI folks to live in. < ,
from Akron the --automobile manufacturer -,I ties ucJetithQeli of'ie '" 0 neAb-lwait k'-,..The..J..a.-Bftk IO t. K a strong{It,. 1*, ,, \ LaBelle on the banks of the beautiful Caloosa-
Is taking steps to found a I the settler here. Truly a land of !HtitutMtn that has had the names '!It r %; hatchee river is one of South Florula's mast
new Industry on the North American, "milk aid .honey" and beautiful the fallowiiiK well known citizea j n1 beautiful! soots+ which is now awakening following
continent has attracted cad fbe glad ,welcoming : M8ocite4 with its up-baiWing" ; IXG.
many bat: palate and tfowcr*. j z i. 1J its of centuries.
tlers.r : sunshine is Florida.La McCormick J. R. Doty, Cat Iteke-" S :: sleep

r, Development Rapid I Kfttf. "Tb Be .tif L" j meyer, Mrs. Grace Betemeyer F. -y
,Kith the Influx of new blood has :Mother Nature was generous!: with Watts Hall Carl B. gayer and R. J. Henry Ford's rubber clantation where with the

come the realization that the ways of I i gifts when aha created the wonderfully : ( Moon. IS t +it r ri aid of experts from the Firestone Rubber Co., the
yesterday are no longer suitable for fertile Catoosshatchce river f automobile! manufacturer experimenting' withy
tb., Hendry county of today and tomorrow valley, and! man was wise when be..' Hendry ConMy's telephone system the growth of rubber trees, is attracting world
With the characteristic vigor those its paint fringed winding curves la a part of Barton Collier's wide attention.
;- ; of new communities the county i for a town>lite and named it Li County system. Illter-I' __ s.-
1 recently passed a $530,000 bond issue Belle "the beautiful." !
quite an undertaking for a frontier La Belle has the natural enviroa-j; irenOry( County lliuh Sfh 'w The success of this new industry on the North.
i' section. A 100,000 court house meat for becoming one of the most,.' Standing high on tie accreditod _. American continent will mean L:1' Belle's success
will be constructed with these funds, beautifal towns in South Florida. Its Ust of schools in the State of Florida, F and growth as welL The community and county

and, the remaining $nOOOused\ for thousands of palms aad massive oaks ,' and offering advantages possessed by ,..+ are however making great agricultural strides
the building of good roads.kJhe with their picturesque draping of1scft very few schools in the state. La
and of North for
I ship great quantities vegetables
roads of particular Importance gray Spanlch moos: Its oranges; Belle's "high" is the pride of the en- L. .
the trade.
which will be worked with this and grapefruit tries bending under tire county, and a constructive force spring
bond money are the connecting links the wel&ht! 'of their beaefiele&. eel len for tho making of good American cit ....
ti Beach boulevard extending from the leal beauty here. La Belle! is located high school are qualified to enter guinea and grape fruit of superior Tab section of Hendry county has, tical1J' nothing. to improve -tli lrknbwied problem for; bananas: eta, that re-
I Lee county line above* Alva on toCIwlston on -the banks of the Calooeahatchce; i[ a- standard college. quality and coloring. Itaoaaas, sugarcane I great pocsftrSUUe for the agricnitur-! : e. I UBire more than" the average. moisture. -
connecting' with, the 'Palm river a swiftly! flowing pate frinced t! This school is one i>f the six in vegetables of all kinds and | aliat, as well as for the Trait grower, The iafeer.nt character: of the SemI .
Beach county line and the La Belle stream which has been called the the state that at the present time I everything pertaining to gea ral :;I dairyman apiarist poultrymea. etc. j I I inole is revealed well by Mrs. Brown, ..
and Immokolee road These two Important most beautiful fiver La this part of have a trained supervisor of musie!farming crops, are being produced 1111 I An excellent two-teacher school is'_'aa elderly lady, who has lived near Why dent some of these chronic.;5
.1 highways together with more Florida as well a* its deepest. :I and fe the. oaly ODe with a free commercial tbis fertile soil. The Catoosahatc&ee the pride of this community. The the Seminoles for thirty five yeara oplifters get jobs as elevator boys
local roads will give Hendry countyan lUghnay System Unit. j, department where shorthand -, river at this point is wide and deep I i pioneer stage of development: is not j and who raised her seven children
'' I II and be quiet for a while
excellent foundation: tor a good In the center of the highway sys- bookkeeping typewriting, etc.. and furnishes inexpensive shipping yet passed: and opportunities are to |, among them. Mrs. Brown says !.t1 I II ..:.
roads system. tem cf South Florida, La Belle Isabout I are taught. facilities to Fort Myers and from I be had here in good land at prices I children played and camped with the -
*,A J50,000 bond Issue for a new midway between Fort Myers : Hendry! county's high school is there to points north via the Cult of I{ perhaps lower than can he found Seminoles when, they were little and Modern girls; may not get red when .
schcol building will be voted upon at and Palm Beach, on the east to west I handsomely constructed of brick, has Mexico or by railroad. i anywhere; else in the State of Florida. I they! never learned any form of evil they kiss, but, the men do. c,A
an ,Dearly date by the citizens of La coast thoroughfare with these two every requisite in the way of light. i rltl*p\rt.pe Belle Hendry's county seat. A $10- cities as objective points in the daily ; modern standard equipment and ventilation -, Xot only are there hundreds of and lying were unknown I A woman tells us her busband"-
I 000 church will go up soon and.is indicative service of the Seminole Mail route a tine auditorium etc. Fella fur Trufkbi and r'arrjiiiir.! | acres of richly fertile soil along the I amcng them until introduced by decadent won't buy a washing machine because -
i of the substantial growth and :McCoy Cost line. This trip takes Feldi is a community of about 150 'beaatiful Caloosihatehee River now representatives of the, white he thinks he married one. ,1_,
within the county. the .traveler through % -Juudgt ta? \i_ 9r.l :edBJ. Grav pe FruitCrojies! i worth while piowe most of whom awaking development! but still vaster men among this child race that has -----:-.
I '; 200 Percent Increase chanunentijf'n the edge' fttlfe fsmoirt I I \\Lrk ',LofUl'l1e.: tfe }na of : 9fij> r ave hdmftfiadi' 'It t tWl> farms of for- 1 acreages oC wild Lan1b-1_ :iiomvof goal reason to distrust their. white Oysters are famed.for their silence; __.

.These Improvements are the resultof Everglades! ; La'BJelle te alo about ,jpfnauil .fc pf Frcuji origin ThUfj Htj-. eightyAajl; >&; lidndred and sixty deer, turkey, etc., are lying idle brother.A And you seldom.ace one in the soup.,
an ever increasing citizenship: midway between Sebring-1m th north | Stlentnt which was ,.m'ce'a-'V.ntted j ji II I j acres. 1 A 3 jfc in the south-eastern part ot this (lovernstent'agent of the Pawnee) .
w which also means an increased activity and the town of Everglades on the i I States Military Post is located on!;; The soil around Felda is well Coact)'. trite told the writer that during hilt If. as fashion says, shoe tops are
1 in real estate. Business blocks south in the direct north and south ; land belonging to a son of France t adapted to truck farming. Watermelons One picturesque section Vnsn as forty years: of experience among the lower,(then bottoms are higher. or"
and new homes arise daily In La mldst-ite road which is being rapidly named Pierre Den&nd.The I I beans cucumbers and variycus j I The! )Devil's Garden about 40 miles, ; Indian tribes he had known of the

#( Belle and throughout the county. A pushed to completion 3>yBarr: eat Cota ( j / -land: ;ita thif locality; is ..notf4ilarU other garden products are snc- I from La Belle, is about ten miles, I white man having IS! different trea- Our income tax argument is. we-t''
.: 200.( percent Increase in the number Her. 2 I / ', t rich G rtilly,* Wing speciallyI joessfully raised here in commercial square' and. inhabited by less than a' with the Indian tribes, and 'that certainly are glad they don't tax us
1 ofj farmer? and farm products -'wie Jfodcrn Conveniences. I. adapted' citrus and tropical fruit I Quantities. dozen settlers. Toe soil here U 90 I'tUott(every Instance the lied Man had cn what ww think we are worth. I tee'
reported- County Agent Stallingafollowing Good chift-ches and hotels, a fine raisins. Rpsldenta of Fort Denaud General farming and dairying are fertile that bananas, 200\ to the )bunch, kept his word and in. every Instance ,
:; his work In connectio:> movie theatre, general: stores of var- and \iclnity! are raising oranges, tanTXiCAL yet in the infancy of development.: and as fine in flavor as any iroert- the white Ban had broken his. Tat can't tell If money makes
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r gardens of all kl&de etc., without, any I Bees and r'ulrj-, I ,e.
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\ m..d.J taitlteer.: The wild animal Ute in I Bees and poultry are not only Actors do as well as they do i'n'
4 :\Ibw tfci*' county, which borders on the profitable side issue with the al the movies because they can't hear
'Ili Cypress' Is one of.its valuable ry county farmer but can easily be the music -

t I ,-, ,0' assets and like Lee and Cotljor coun- made one of the chief sources of j: .- v S J*
tw-:our game is In great need of pro- Hvelikood. ODe of tHe largest tndiv-j! One of( these thrifty:men- tells net

''ta ticn from extermination by pothunters ldttil bee-keepers and honey produe-j;: t\'stagy: men are kept that, way by:
and live target: pr ttieera. 'era to America lives within a mite of bank: balances. '? -
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Seminole Indian KanjlJ 'Sit-.nowe..J 1 bee hives are located in Hendry|I' A poor man marries- and settles*

t .. I The Seminole! Indian reservation Isi 1 County, the other TOO being in Glades Ii i down. A rich man marries and settlesup.'f
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tit he south-eastern part of:; IJendryCMtitr. ( i and Lee Counties.1r4estan ;
ki, v t t s 4N I where these "children of Ka- I I wells are one of the I
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t' 1 liveJust about as' they were I| charms as well as one of the great I Wouldn't it be nice if bad weatherdidn't

.; ff ( rI r' "tilt when Colombo* fiafcoterfdI i[r advantages here. With little expense I work on Sunday ,
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'' fen. :' :I I a* lindry County farmer can. aided I ____ 'Uit
t I Tb Q Seiaijjolea know littl of the i iI Iby j tie tremendous flow of as muchas Time for the neighbor to brIng
f rndt 1 benefits of .the wHita. 'inanfa.' l$,OOO barrels per diy from one home your coal scuttle and borrow .
b 1D I and Uncle Sam is doing prac- of these wells, splve any irrigation rour lawnmower.

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I f r < st brick are dark rhQ.,vitrified fire-1
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S. Mr scheme .has: worked out The same
idea has..been. Incorporated In the
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. Va. Engineers say this will save
.-. .'-, I Communities hundreds of thousands -':
t* dollars annually in paint'if
: 1!. Lieu nave been painted on the 'U Saywer::> of To.edo O_ to >e> generally adopted. i
p&'ernents. A few tains and a few! ian a traffic marker that as ti? The light colored' paving brick I'
tfny% ot tntbc usually obliterate says, "wont wear ott or wear out" are used in pavement constructed ,
I Sri i .;ree-tk.egvsry.marklnnLand: toe IlL. shale brick pavement recently with brick Or asphalt. Val colored
: S T :o r> Ov-ritn: a perpetual one. completed. County: Jn:1l1P.ef:; brick will serve as- markers la '
: -_ s jl; r..i3fc., eJ tat County t-uyntei: ,, :Sawyer tit spun Ihs SuOctue 01 roncrctc rcvement t

|; La Belle is.called the City Among the Palms and these pictures show strikingly the reason for the nickname

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\ \1' UTEUNOOV( >l.Iltl'll ti It:!. :!
: -. THE FORT MYERS t'RECC FOOT 3ITEP: FLORID: SET:' '.;.

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i BLADES "COUNTY FAMOUS FOR ITS north of Lake Okeechobee this part|II r ,
of the road U sure to become famous

as a "scenic highway skirting. as it '
"i. UNRIVALED does Lake Okeechol for a number i
"MAGIC MUCK" SOIL cf rUles. :

! This part of Glades county 1 U designed :
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The fertility Of the 'soil to become famous ,
t rcunty has made It one of of the Glades ''It is no less a wonder on field crops.western part of Glade county has This road goes thrcasi the large i,

'jnding agriculture oat8 More than a hundred tons of green I gained a reputation fur its oranges ranch now being developed by the ,,

r State 'ot Florida. Its HP.tions"inigl*' of muck"lands the I Il feed from an acre within a single land II other citrus fruits. It is strictly Curtis-Bright people, who pat Hia- '
season has been produced here. | leah .the and their
produce garden truck that is a farming commn&itw, and raises all on map holdings: j
eagerly Hold in Northern I Sounds preposterous doesn't it.'JBorU of farm and garden crops us here will be perhaps, the largest:. private I
markets
With 'the But It Is not only perfectly possible,well as being well, known for its game preserve in the state of ,

last coming rest to of the Florid front ,and Glades development U- !I;I I but not an unusual yield for Napier'I'(cattle: interests. Florida If you wish to KNOW the local news of GLADES;

and grass. ; OKTO> i Much of the land being opener by
expansion
its resource Corn. Egyptian wheat, alfalfa and l this road is as rich a any in the
are seen on hand. : Ortona. a "little Florida town" :> ,
every
:Moore Haven one of,the best known I I only other where field crops they have produce as they do i with big opportunity, |j beautaullyr and this part is sure to bra I; COIJNTY, subscribe to the '
a perfect
grow factor in helping the
cities I KvernUdes.
in this rich farming section bas located, aid already has a repatatijn
I I ing season in the right 14011.I Ito become the winter! canted of thel'oitrl ;
long been famous for lu agriculture I I Peanuts have j for the quality (>f its litrus fruilss.lielng .
been declared the
I JUte
products as well ail' headquarters i i biggest i ; producers of the best quality ; Ictated near the Cal>oj>aahuhee : '
for fishermen and huntsmen wh I i I that obtains anywhere In the United [ it box river bottom laud with -- --

equip themnelveii there for a trip Into i: States t( wonderful productive possibilities. It
the wilderness but a few milei Sugar bas alto large possibilities! In other Just the Sam. .
away cane U a wonderful I
where! deer bear, wild crop I( : The modern family idea of tee :
turkey et '., Inducing as well as In the most t.tV-
abound. many children Is one" remarkAC (ex i j
suita-ble
: Glades
lore I sections of Cuba, and bananas, County Democrat
Same barhtlurs I
Logically situated :Moore j chance as a Ida ut
haven are said to b* a crop which will yield!
is correctly named-"\\'onder City of splendid returns: ( which has been used by Highlands too nUln.1..11.. Kobtvn tvenlnj .

Mafic SOIL It it. truly this and the j I! The country Is new and many cropi I and Glades: counties in road buildiag'and Tnulpt.Two .

many prizes she haa won at the var- J I]I which some might; like to grow; have I It considered wonerful- roadmaterial. I II

lous expositions for the products of never been tried but It In safe to assume I It too has its part lu the I
her soil goes to prove it, In addition }[I that many of them would I IM I be! industry, and in farm and garden i
and Make
Two Four. But-
to being, In the heart of the agrl'ultU-j, equally successful to those already/ crops is no slacker :
We
I are constantly reminded of
ral and truck farming section the established! as regular crops of the I Crags are being Introduced here George El lot's naughty formulation ofLecky's I
town is also county capital and the sectic.li.-ttlade* County Democrat and are provijg highly successful
attitude: That two and two I
gateway to the famed Florida Evertlades I 41 rid's t\rn: :
certainly make four, but that s gentle
from the north and west MIKTII I..IHrllL: .... Citrus Center has made its biggest man will nut press the matter too fr I

North Lalielle has a nation-wide reputation from Us cattle. Joseph U Csh.. I
It Is the headquarters of the hlg- reputation for its hoaey. being the This small town i* headquarters .-

farming operations on the westside home of the Cook Apiaries which for some of the largest cattle growersin -- -

of taws Okeechol. and the,hip ,the fine>>t hinev in the world to this section .
renter from which radiates subdraln- all parts of the lulled Stales Poultry, citrus fruits and garden --. -- -- -- -=--

age districts which will. achieve complete It Is located en the Caloosahatchee truck all play their part in the pros-

water control over an area of river and is also noted for its oranges perity of thin growing communityLtkiniUT .

approximately one hundred thousandacres. grapefruit and other citrus

fruits. Lakeport. as its name indicates, H: .
Moore Haven Is the first of the It too does its share in keeping the built on the edge of Lake Okett.hobee. ,

Everglades settlements to attempt f roat-('overed north supplied with and ia located ia a strategic position h
farming and truck raising on a big winter vegetables from this stadpoint Its fishing indualry I ,
scale, and the first I
to complete plans North Lalielle Is Is its
beautifully localed large as poultry industry -
and provide means of obtaining complete -
and .
being near the seat of I
water control over large arf'all.Jt Henry Ford's Florida farm is fast Sweet potatoes and corn are staple

has a modern high school good coming into its o..n.JII'SE. ercpa here and many acres are annu-

Church facilities, municipally owned ally planted to tomatoes, beans, Irish
water and light plant which gives Muse, located in the extreme north- potatoes and other garden and: field
splendid service at reasonable rates
crops.
The water is nod. the Florida State
Lakeport is located at the mouth of
Board of Health pronouncing it
perfect RUBBER PLANTATION Fisheating Creek, famed the United
for; all domestic uses.
States over for its bass fishing
From a health standpoint there is
Here too honey is a real crop, one
no healthier community in the state
PROJECT ATTRACTING grower annually supplying many hundreds -
This Is'amply proven by statistics.
of pounds to out-of-state users.
]Mosquitoes
are practically un-
known: and house flies and other 4LMILL .
perils of this kind are not ever bothersome NATION WIDE NOtiCE Palirdale has gained its widest
recognition( : as the location of the
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Palmdale oil well. This well has
Located as it is on the edge of the -.--
not yet produced paying quantities of
"big hunting grounds" of the lower c-t-}.
end of Florida, it is the sportsman The guessing contest that has been oil. its promoters declare that indications -

favorite headquarters and big game running high around La Belle hereof point to the presence of much

Jldllt annually come here for their late regarding what Henry Ford oil in this section.
winter hunting would dot Palmdale is in the orange ands
1th the 8.OUO acres situated
Fishing here is nowhere excelled in Hendry and Glades county i s making rapid advances in this line.

and seldom equalled. The game fish rapidly drawing to a close. It too is located on Fisheating

caught are bass, pickerel robalo. and The question has been practically creek and is noted for its sport with I
Many others in lesser settled the finny beauties.
quantities. and the people of this section
The woods lakes and creeks all are given the assurance that the General farming and vegetable
offer recreation which is at once ract will be utilized growing rubber growing are followed up here, and THE FORT MYERS PRESS

healthful and satisfying. trees. Only a few days ago MrFord's poultry and eggs help to swell Its .

Moore Haven ia ,a good place 'inwhteh general secretiry conferredwith grand total of products. .

to, live; .a good place to spend Governor John W Martin regarding ELllt.RBEKK\: v < .

your vacation.and an Ideal place forth the drainage of the land and Elderberry Is at present largely a
home maker who is tired of the was promised (co-operation in puttingit fishing village 'oa, Lake Okeechobee
TWO EDITIONS DAILY
cold of the northern winter. into condition for the proposed However the ccmpletlon of the new .

project. road connecting with the crossstateroad '
Moore Haven has1 been aptly named Several thousand ruLber trees were north of Lake Okeechobee iwll

-The Wonder City of Magic Soil" planted near Goodno last summer as enable It to take its place on a farming i I.; -

It would be bard Indeed to describe an experiment and it has been found and trucking community -

the city so completely in fewer words that the soil climate conditions another d Corn and sweet potatoes are staple I
t Has subscribers than all other dailies in
Whenever seed sare put_ into the factors entering in are welladapted crops here and many crates of winter more

"Wonder Soil" ,they respond aa if by"Msgic"isn to the growth of the various s vegetables, are produced every 'i
dproduce of their kind the species that were put out. With this sa son. !
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best that',can be grown any where. success La Belle and the' surrounding When the highway is complete from the counties of Lee Charlotte, Collier, Hendry ;

This ,is!, particularly true of those community is assured of the establishment Moore Haven; through Lakeport and .

crops which/ reach their greatest perfection -, of the industry in this vi- Elderberry to the cross-state road _
through/ quick tender growth i cinity. i.Ii.'; and Glades. .

But If' our soil proves it magic on )fro Fords movements have been I : -

cabbage; lettuce, radishes, celery etc. carefully watched by capitalists. I i '_
-----r--- throughout the country and as a result
much speculation has arisen re
Slender' Line garding Just 'what he intended to At FASHIONS

with the large acreage The Investment ) t

:Is:Popular' million represents dollars and approximately his holdings halfa Include .i & FOIBLES This territory is naturally aligned l together. It :, ,;.. :

the 8,000 acres of ranch lands, ,'

property the Mineral inside Springs the limits Hotel of and La Belle other : by Shirley Sharon is working together, aria the'!leading newspaper ; \_'


and surrounding locality

6e From a quilt, contented village La of' the hv counties (The Fort Myers Press) is

Belle bas, sprung into 'the limelight :, ....... ,

for real estate investors ,Instead of i j
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Boon trails, alligator crawls and cattle the paper' bf the people of these counties, .

pafhs we fhul well finished strt'etsor '

Is 'surface Evidence roads of activity.and on every hand '< ', ", : u. i ; >. -%. ., ',. ,".,*$ & I J

New buildings are going up in every
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# section Plans are being made for

for others still and others.contracts Subdivisions are being are being let It will pay to ,advertise in it. t Others f Have 'ifemonstfatfed l -' ; -

t laid put. public buildings are being I
erected and still others are being I

.l'r talked of Aheady there are attractions ; this fact You ran by a trial. :,1P: Sl.- _

of interest to the touristwinch .
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did not formerly exist. A good J '. -'a : '-I i ,,'"-'"
hotel Is at their disposal, a theatrelor isf '

their amusement. 'a newspaper :

C for' their benefit, mineral springs! for :" ; >

wi their'enjoyment

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La Belle county seat of Florida's I -." ,' .:} 'J. _, 1 1J
youngest county ,Is soon to be the

pjoudtposseussor.'ot.a! neW; $100,000 H H 5, ,; P'7" -

cour bouse: E. S. Hosford of Lakeland -j 1 .,:'" :,1;;$,

i has been chosen as architect .I
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and the location has been' selected. j \
_____ Commissioners thtcks ici stttd borders ,
The county board of rs Stripes or ,

were offered several' acres" near the I'+ polkordat print vttk dots increasikt '- j;, L- -L ; v tit ,_. ....c -
town ;Jlmlt: *for the'site;, b'nIt was -
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;I decided to erect the building offsexact the fi : --' .
; atr .. i materials in Watt of Troy pattern
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take
trimming oj '
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1t t both directions would be given full F .
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view of the actual development sit '
nation of the rapidly growing Infant THK young gui whose need oft new f rocht
I town Chew and who is invariably In s deis -
I :'teak hurry for itc do DO better' than

This winter's cucumber crop has U.y one ol the gorgeous new borde.1 or
_:. "'J nzjlllt! Urnvt Ihlli' silk homesteaders Ealt.aral-bell bbncv ,The material it:* I
of
netted the community
Tg"o'n. i"1"1 *" navy tAa and I tru.f .nl'unULes the froct.
of Hendry county on an average rtiainig
I : white: '.h \Hikl 'eiHleui II see the:: the work to Uitdung loW nat ,
I of $700 per acre. Other crops of the "" .: .
who can II
of'all HMMW'wunec
eta a few buttons sod taking cart of tit
I .. AlcMe I to take t... had with truck garden variety: have also provenvery c"
collar' and annbutcs. The narrow tbcatlidr
\\J.f.lr iw jis l The :v"MV* and fruit successful It has been predicted '
:..,u.1 talc Tithe material*o that t.at gft -
n"lrfot! .pte+ttedgeurgette Crepe that this section will again ship I .. ..
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lovely at a o *
SaC.laceI .1 a try very -
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little work. Ia a
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as has been the case the two previous ,
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J l, E lGnr._ ....,__ __ ." ._ THE FORT )ITEn PRTxS! FORT MTFRS! FLORID 7 .I _

1\\ :'>' attests feel very much at'home They'I tupwird of the .New York Stock'- . ., ., r -"- .

: : :iIBta..G0rda.Is J. ; ; have been well and favorably knownto ,change after election Ex-I ...:.e-.
the travelling public on account of Into Florida, as into the i >.: .-
their connection with the Armstrong the wealth of a nation Is being pour- .
Hotel at Rome Georgia. ed and fabulous recorded I II I .

f Fast The rush to Florida has blockedthe I ':-" .. .

I Growing? Land Rush Rivals filled mails the,roads.clogged train service and I

Gold Rush of '49 Wealthy and poor alike either have Y
? Continued from page 5 lots close into Punta Gorda within arrived or are making the mad dash J rVx \
\ '' During the past year a $200,000 i four blocks of Charlotte bay The southward in the most spectacularboom
building baa been erected by the Fidelity I fact that this property adjoins the The following article in thde Stara- I since the 49ers risked their isz'mttEsszzs*
i} Trust Company who are occupying Miyajima Japanese gardens "the de for Connecticut Advocate is a fair lives for California gold.
I Illustration of what northern peopleare -
\ the corner office. Ba nets velopment supreme" greatly enhances
saying of Florida. This article (:rah Land. "
and
} store premises In this building Its value. "
\ # .were leased before the walls were-1IP, i Ven who know values and particularly was written article could from just Miami as, truthfullybe but the Only here the struggle is for land. i. ', j"; 34SI1Apparently ,y I td
t Steven Bros are putting Urge Punta Gorda values predict same
up a 1 the I .
written of most ither South Flor- Gold is the password not object .
F i office building, and a three-story that wtthitj{a few months the lots offered ., t Syndicates from all over the United | "
store and4 office building is being by, the Florida Holding SyndIcate ida cities :,
j "bull market" in the States are buying up vast acreages. J
The
built by Mr Lucas in addition( :tei Inuaiber will BBS worth more than two ot largest '. s y.l
world today is Florida. They have purchased Everglade prop- : :; ..:
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of smaller .
bulldings and residences three times their present selling south of'' ,
4 The boom in real estate here rivals \erty lying 20 and 25 miles '
+ ;, price. and even surpasses the dazzy swirl Miami. without even seeing it. j ;, ..... ,.,t.
f The city has an active chamber of Particularly well suited for high --
Commerce which is furthering all class business iota this property ia
movements towards the betterment but within four blocks of the famous ft.'t; : IIttl.iiElf: lot'TfI ,___
i of'the; place They have recently Tamiami Trail which is to becomeone --- solicitation in front
rained an advertising ,fund and are of the nation's most traveled q'-I'I't I there are two outstanding B.>ard prevented sidewalks
I i ices or ( n the
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eking the next legislature to allowan highways; fs t j"' \ reasons for the boom of Previously c a erect ..."ne nearly
assessment to be made to raise a I I The address of the Florida Holding ) The primary oae is the rapid of the old time
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fond for publicity purposes Mr. E. Syndicate is 25 :Marian avenue : r.. strides being made to make the entire any day Curb, where hand signals
W Rountree Is chairman of the i Inquires should be directed there. 'r rt tale a year-round background ,,' :Newrrk sell' flashed from the
S \ board of trade and ),Ir. W. II Murphy The second is in the horde of the :' tohuy" and the market until dusk.
secretary A good tourist camp-site :opening<< of
residenceto
wealthy who have taken up i here does an "open allnight"
r with flowing water and shower-baths CHARLOTTE BAY HOTELIS avoid the tax man. !teal estate From S:30: a. m.,
lIon the outskirts of the town. I I I business
Anti-tax laws passed bv the legis- until midnight men and women of
The board of county commissioners
} lature last November have increasedthe of prosperity! :
!is composed/ as follows; Chairman T ; i i all ages and ail degrees
MODERN HOSTELRY States permanent population the &round-ftoor "
J. Swiney and Messrs. A. C. Frizzell t !I,| are packed into.
20 lent
i T. M. Hobson, Potter C. Lucas and possibly per oftices
homes here I I established residence
make their
who
Those who have
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Carl Hargre Hagreave. tr. Jordon la Rich men
in'
defend the law and cite examples have plenty of surplus
mayor and Max Price Is city mana- Charlotte Bay Hotel; :which' has here
t ler A good weekly newspaper serves just been completed, fills a long- one southern State where the inheritance 1' money for Investment but the only
the community of which Mr Garrett felt want in Iunta Gorda. It is admirably tax is 107 per cent of the estate -'I thing the: wilt bnI.: .. real estate
Is editor. This paper the Punta Gorda located on the ,Tamlaml Itself! I Drawbacks to living just at present -

i I Herald, has the goodwill of the district Trail and Dixie Highway, and covers Like Curb. I ,of course, are tremendous.
; which It serves to a marked degree a block in the center of the town, II ,_. And so the boom continues. The
mistakes
I and Mr Garrett is always to is of the moat modern. tire-proof end !is now nowhere in sight. I A (cynic is a man who
; i 1 be found leading the way in community construction. Only recently the Miami Realty cheerfulness! for ingorance
I ; enterprise The guest chambers, which are .1 sKM.: IN: ('Oil.UK: fODTY

: The city possesses a good school large and airy, are elegantly furnished ==
i I for white children with 12 teachers and have every modern convenience -::--- -: -_ :.--- _.
I where high school as well as public to add to the comfort of the "ill
( I school work Is taught. Methodist guests.,
Presbyterian Baptist Episcopal. Ad- Spacious lobbies and parlors on
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ventint and colored churches minister the ground floor are beautifully ami
: to the spiritual needs of the community comfortably finished.: The dining I!
room' U large and well-lighted, and
f i;Facilities\ for amusement are unsurpassed it is a real pleasure to eat there' ol II 20 LOTS
i by any place the size of the variety and abundance provided!
t Punta Gorda An excellent golf Dining-room service Is of the most! .
f a course, a mile and a half from the courteous nature and an e 'lcienlforte .
city offers the opportunity for as of waiters are in attendance up- ,'.
: .sporty" a game as may be played on the needs of the guests.A .
anywhere Heal estate activity prevails feature of the hotel Is its own]
j In Punta Gorda and Charlotte water supply furnished by an artesian .
]Iarbor, The office of County Clerk well on the premises. A steal
\ \ p'A Blunt 1* a busy place and In a heating plant has been Installs t
1, recent week lOt Instruments for rei' throughout the hot l. CLOSE -INTO PUNTA GORDA ,
cord were presented there In the six Every room''in the front of the hotel 1
C # months ending January 31st there commands a fine view of Charlotte \
here 9S8 transfers of property>> Over Harbor which makes the attractiveness -
.one hundred organizations and {individual -I of these rooms in a cias

. are now engaged in the real by themselves. A metropolitan hole a.,
; estate business and the opening upof located in picturesque Punta Gord: : \
a new developments is a frequent describes>> the Charlotte Bay Hole
r occurrence admirably. .
Water Front
Punta Gorda Is well provided to The hotel Is under the managemen
t fill the demands of its ,citizens lathe of the Gray-Holmes Hotels and th .
way of progreutn.Jnf'rchandis resident managers are )lr: Gra .: ",.. \ ,
j fug firms. Three banks are located i Holmes andIr:: Prentice ,Adams wh I' S
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Cords State Bank and the Fidelity whose courteous 'attentions make th I \ .
Trust. Charlotte County U new, having I '

; been created by special act of most beautiful bay. -- : ,
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climax to a fight for division car .i'
ried on for many years. The resultof ry K ...
this division has manifested itself

hi great development since. in Charlotte \ the Magnificent Miyajima (t pronounced: Mya-hema) '" ..; :"".

county{;According ever a census made by the .? r : 'i > Japanese Gardens, the Development Supreme. vTamiami : ", -; '"
Punta Gorda Herald the population .' .
t of. the city Is now 2.350. The splendid ', '.. : <.:
\ location together with the completion '\ r ': .
of highways and improvements :" TrailVal 1 : : ;:'
a \ now projected will\ mean tremendous \/
i t\ things for Punta Gorda which is ..

:t I sharing of Florida with the all growth the south-west and expansion coast' Each! of these lots are within two to four blocks of TamiamiTrail ;l..:
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nation. .. 'r '
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set is frequently slippedout .
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case there Is no easier way to --A' .\
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sure that connections are tight;
: than by the use of a pocket flashlight -. = The low price of $800.00 per lot i is now asked. With the completion -.. .' \
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\ The Florida Holding Syndicate oft was kept beneath the piano and of Tamiami Trail tjirough this property within the next- ... '
Punta Gorda are specialists in high all the owner had to do was to ) } r 1
I ( sites city property and are now offering pull It within reach and 'use his :'.l ,! Itia'1 il ninety days and the opening of the Miyajima Japanese Gardens s a .
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the earliest settled district Is one of I are taken there for repaIrs. He later a
communities
Lee In erected a store building and
county. Among the put in
early settlers I a stock of goods and the average tourist Samville
is
were Mrs 1facNe! receiving a
l. Capt. F. A. lIen- but a dot the j
handsome on map or a
dry. W., M. Hendry. Taylor patronage. lie has proved 111":5 name!
Frierson the truth of the a not very euphonious
old
A. T. C_ maxim: "Merit
Parkinson. Owen Blount and will win" that-on the railroad time table until
others. r
On the this season when Road No 2 was being
east side of the
Each Arcadia
of
poatoffice but these the office settlements at Idalia had has a road at the southern terminus of the made countyand Into a all boulevard traffic throughoutLee detoured -
was
.been discontinued and the-J' people i'' Olga drawbridge Is the general store b> Saniville
.there either get their mullet I i''of W. C Lohmeyer which was for- I' South Florida COe'

.. or are:served by the >uraVqfrriec Olga* t! ,:arid njerly the Olga Mercantile Company Then .ihkf 4fte ,, illag4| became Realty

B. F.. Lewis has a1 garage M owned by Russell Llddell. now something4pve. U(}n t Slat ani was no II
fate
cornet!* Road No. JJ and. ,Jh.e'iFOrf I Proprietor of a big garage and acces- longer xpwepitilJJn} X a an unknown '

Myers\ ': Palm Beach ,* orrhop In Fort :Myers. Mr Loh- .Quantity.| First-hands< knowledge !-
another Boulevard and, meyer has been there two and of 'Samtifte showed It to be a
In years a
building, he and r
David
is postmaster as well as merchant. railroad station-and the next one to

Cogging-hare, a general mercantile i M I>. Smith operates large Fort Myers-separated from the coun- i t..
tore and a ;
E0 a real estate office. The steam syrup mill a few hundred rods ty seat by the Caloosahatchee and a t '!
r main I is located !up river from the bridge. J. E. f .
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I, across the road. from the Mills: has a good farm and banana river hal I>een bridged and I fair roads <.' .
Olga .
Garage. plantation just north of the river and now lead Jo Fort Al vers from this station t :
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Members of the Olga home demon- r .
I Dr. Franklin Miles of Elkhart and
[ titration club and the Olga girls Fort Mvers. Dayht"ads are quite numerous ;, .
owns two fine
groves, one I
f dabs hare won around Sam nile and it Is
many I
premiums at of 40
and the other of 70 acres at the ,
the Sonth Florida fairs In recent that one of these hides,
,Junction of the Arcadia and LaBelle unronunatt"I
years. roads. ers oit the train the I

Just lor a few months Olga has 'I Olga has a live Home Demonstration school building which

had less than Us share of motor trade, Club with sixteen members solidated schools Another baybeacl i
on account of hides the Union church
traffic
being detonred
There is also the CaloosthatcheeClub
through Samrille. due to road I Recently R H Howell has erected I
construction. ,, a civic institution which results <
.' Workmen the handsomest home in this little
have
begun at : in much .
good. The club meets
the county line once city. It is a two story concrete build \
now and
are working :a month and has thirty-two members. I
this way and It Is Ing' with attached garage, fireplace
hoped that this
I Olga and Idalia are only a short
bathroom
and wired for electrice
road will be
i open for traffic in a distance apart and it Is
really on
few months. It I lights Mr Howell u preparing to install -
Is
even now travel-
neighborhood. However the children
able I his own electrical system
by
making
: Twelve miles a from'short detour. I on the north side of the river attendschool Near the depot stands the large

Fort Myers on at the old Upcohall school warehouse belonging to the \alle

the LaBelle road one sees a hand house nearly half a mile from the Mercantile Company and across the WE HANDLE THE BEST IN : :
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f( some new farm residence of seven bridge and'those ..
I on. the.aoutb lde attend railroad\ from this harry: Peterson _f,
.' rooms and ample porches It Is of (i school at'the Idalfa school house. the merchanthas Just completed a I .

; brick-frame construction This is the I r Olga has the opportunity of attending new two story building which houses

"' home of E. E. Lewis. The dwelling : two religious services-Baptist his general merchandise store and'I FLORIDA ACREAGELar

'it. is surrounded by a fine young grove. I and Methodist. hotel. This is by far the largest building .

i. Four years ago Mr Lewis saw the I I Olga Is surrounded by One groves' in this neighborhood and is so !

opportunity offered here and erecteda ,and good trucking land aid I4, John new that it has not yet been painted I

J steel garage building and his mechanical : Hart, county tax coller _>r. whose A concrete-floored front porch extends .

I:; ability, fair treatment and I parents were pioneer sether. has a to the filling station ( and Small Tracts) .> '..

good workmanship have built up hisbusiness : fine stock farm with blooded Jersey Another large building. to be one ,. '. ; ..

until his garage Is always j rattle and a large silo to feed them, story in height, is being built by Dr. o ,
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( rushed to take care of the cars whichI I I a short distance from town Adams The frame and part of the I .

rafters are up and the pump and tank'I :{ L"7 <...
for the filling station has been put
ALVA SETTLEMENT IS ,': .
in. This building will house a garage = }

DEVELOPING filling station and store ; -
; UAI'IDLYt. drug J.t.h; '
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Numerous good groves and avocado
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the south bank of the river on need be deprived of something good II D Herr and his son, Horace Howard T : ;: ::, .
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t.:: the west side of the approach to the !jto read. Herr: Chicago editor and author t < ,
each awn a drove<< towards Halgriru
drawbridge lies the I
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new packing The Wade is conducted by Mr
house :erected by the Alva Citrus As-and t Mrs. Wade parents of Hampton from Sjmville Ted Halgrim also "

social km a few months ago. The old ( Wade, of Fort Aljera, and is crowded owns groves and farm lands in this I CITY

;t packing house was outgrown end to rapacity most of the time. It Is section. FORT MYERS PROPERTY
'it Groves owners in and around Sam-
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abandoned. It stands on the north a homelike place and the cuisine 11
:. ville include; the S R. Williams estate ,
.; bank of,the river back of the Parkinson excellent. Mr Wade used to be in ,
B A. Stroud Homer AVilllams. '
: stores. This year the Alva association the mercantile business and was post- '
,has shipped as cars as master at time. The John Jobst, J H Schmidt. Hay wood \. All '
many office
one post ( Classes) ;
> Cox Mr Sullivan R. H Howell and ;
any other packing house in the section is now located in the store of Park- several others unknown to the writ- [
1' and has taken care of most of inson & Son. Mr. and Mrs. Wade I BB 4S'tt .t '
5 the fruit in the Alva and Fort Denaud er. i ,. :h i'a ,I- : "'1.: .
; have been in Alva for fourteen !4 :
years. : : : '
::; groveaK1: The shipping season began Sylvest Bros. have enlarged: their Saimille large number Is the of shipping vegetable point growers fora ,,__ ",., 4 ..7, 'i ; : r :. ,

on October 15th year and has been up business and instead of a grocery
and of truck
many cars are shipped .
to the: usual average la length and and meat market now conduct Alva's from this point in season. The first .. ,_..i ; .. "" .t "i t: :. r ."

,: volume of shipping Charles M. Aus- only! grocerterla. They have been In watermelons shipped from Florida ::" "MiOk- .'" \. > \; fiI1tii' 'I't', : '., I
tin is president of the Association 'C .' __ A
business In Alva for about 18 months were sent out by B. A. Stroud a few ,, :

W. C. i(Bonnl well, vice-president: Edward and have more than doubled their years ago. R. H. Howell is. perhaps, .

f Parkinson secretary and manager business. S. A. Sylvest, senior mem- the largest grower J. It Schmidt, ... '. .

;; ; H ,E. Keen foreman. and" W. T. ber ,of the firm,, was formerly! of Homer Williams B. A. Stroud and I : .

i' Dudd. bookkeeper. =-' Fort Myers and'-was 'connected: with !several'-ethers raise a' large amount

< Dennis O Hickey was one of the the Ueitman Grocery: of truck.( :,

i pioneer settlers of.. the district In I Alva has a board of trade, perent- Samville was recently subdividedby ..

which Alva'stand*'and-he is still living teachers association, civic league R. H Howell. who owned most of ,;: COURTESY:[ HONESTY THOROUGHNESS

in that neighborhood. In 1875-6 and several live real estate agencies.New the land not already occupied by : I

Mrs. Margaret English a widow with roads and the general progress of buildings and some that was, and all .

", .. her children. II. S. English. J. C. Eng- Lee county is' putting Alva on the the lots have been sold excepting two "'; .j.i-. .,

lish. A. ,J. English and three daughters map and she has just begun to grow. business lots which :Mr Howell is reserving \, '

: who married later, 'came from W. M Hanley is located on the La- for his own use. ASSURANCE INSURANCE ,:: ,' ':

.i: Georgia and located on the north aide Belle road where the Alva road forks Surrounded by heavy pine forest .
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of the river The daughters were: from it to the bridge with a small Samville i* a shipping point for railroad t ,: H, ..: :

Mrs. Ka4e{ Solomon. Mrs. Peter Fich- general store. He is from Georgia, ties and is only three miles from ,IV ;' t. l':1t: -

ter. and Mrs. J. B. McKInley The and has been located there since October the new sawmill town of Slater from

,. T' latter has been dead for number of last whence the greater part of the lumber : :
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.'; years and Mrs Flchter died in the At the'tlm -.tb'e. pioneers" settledin produced.. In this section will be :: : < ;: :;::)

last y..r. Mrs. Solomon: has been Lee county transportation facilities bhippedAVork : <
is now being done on the raid :
conducting a boarding house for a were poor and uncertain Punta :
leading front Samville to Road No 2 .. .
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umber of years which was very pop- Rassa was the post office but an ,J ,
, ular with the public. She has discontinued office was established at Fort Myers and commissioners it is expected; that the county ,1 > "
will their hearts
her boarding house and la soon after their'aryivalMost of the open Ith ',' .
and the and the
county purse improve -
and and the mails, ';"' ;<" .
now conducting a rooming house. freight express ,
::. road from Saravilie to the county seat '." .' >- >f1 '
Following the coming of the English were carried by sailing Vessels and : 'Ilt.' 1.. 1t -....
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, where the town of Alva now stands In 1915 Alva completed a 315000 : : !f.

'3 '. He donated the streets aad alleys: to cement-brick school building which' (

'il the town when he laid 'out'the town is fireproof, sanitary and commodious. ARE IN DEMAND

$ .,: plat and presented two lots for, The town has recently built what it I

, church purposes and gave two Iota as calls A -"teachery." a building where I Tlce is a small station on the Atlantic '

_' a site lor a school house. teachers may live comfortably and Coast Line railroad, near East ;

Dr. James Kellum and L G. Thorp well. Everything but the' twelfth Fort Myers It is now the home of

were among the first settlers on the grade of grammar and high school I Alabama Terrace Royal Palm Park,

river but they are both gone. work is taught in the schooL There' the Snell subdivision the Kingston "

: Edward Parkinson was one of 'the are'seven instructors, aa follows! C. grove Russell 'Park; tutrals South Florida 'Co.g
Realty
first settlers and began to put out A. Nixon principal E. Pfluge. as- Baltimore )>Iace, Walter Thomas subdivision -

citrus groves, having the vision to appreciate sistant principal; :Mrs Bradbury,, and the Johnson subdivision. .

the possibilities. Mr. Parkinson high school: Miss Stella Rhodes. Miss Some of these, especially Alabama

has been Interested In citrus cut- Dorothy Porter Miss Ann Mae Ilea Terrace are to be the most highly developed -

ture ever since and is now secretary dry and Miss Ellene Walker music. subdivisions in the county .
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and manager of the Alva Citrus Assoclatlan There' is a good attendance and the Since the story, of Tlce was. writtenin :" .it th : .-

'and owner of several fine cool Is doing excellent work. the Tamiaml Trail edition of then

groves.' 'He entered the mercantile There are two church buildings i Fort Myers Press a year ago this CORNER( MAIN & JACKSON STREETS .

business early in the history of Alva Alva. One is the home of the Baptist month Walter Thomas has buUt a :)us, A i'i ii 4_

and i*> still conducting a general congregation and the Rev. Ben Davi- large vegetable packing: house' near Ii !,1 r
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store rty; Is one of the largest coun- son Is minister. The other is the Tice station, a two-story ; "Z FORT MYERS .
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try stones In Lee county and he la as-> home of those of Methodist faith and building "
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listed \(dig\ the store by his son an the minister number of. new', Dwellings : M a .: '". ":: ,'..;' .. : t
erected. lIP ... J .it. 'l. '" :; a;;: ing-, 'f '_ 1.
partnejAHarrard Parkinson He .j,: : :1 'l t4- e+

store also Interested in MOOre In Haven a large and his dOWANITA GROWS S Tics of Fortulyers Is to.jremainuJhe! suburban; secoid sections.The largest -. I rl' '\:; ; : \li'l"f... : .< ,.. ; .,.- : :' ::'A' "

Tice section Is- renowned for its aYsSJe otlt',r '' '" ,', "
son. Cepa Parkinson is manager and FINE ORANGESOn 4 'II a.tl:'''' 1' :' 't" 'I altO- .

his partner in this enterprise ')Ir. I large trucking interests and Dr. 'fl : :" : .; : ; .. .' : .

7 Parkinson served Lee county faithfully the banks of"the Caloosahatchee.: e i George growing S. Stone on his U farm trying near out dewberry the sta : d 4.V- .: i... .. .. :....
and. well as commissioner this side of Alva there is situate the '
county
from the Alva district for aeveraterms. d little village of Owanita which was tion. :[ of Semi-TiropicafJilbhda: : ; '
1 extensions Queen City #
If the new boulevard aa
.a He is active la politics and first laid out by Rev existence G. T. Raymond to its Riverside Drive, is built it will d I' T :
stands kor]( progress and a better coon- It owes its continued
through Tice. entering at Alabama
paso ,
ruS- and rich -
ty community and city wonderful, groves 4't .. r a t ; "Vt '
Terrace.
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Dr.'John W Hall was another of farm lands where vegetables in .. '. *r

the old,.timers and his son' F. Watt abundance *re. raised. ; !J L
Hall I A modern citrus packing house; ,public school and there are
owns a good farm and grove at large : d
this to' takecare something like fifteen families who d
'ia'located at point
Alva and a general merchandise store : plant "
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q,' t at LaBelle. of the fruit from the numerousgroves. get their mall and attend school at ; ; ,;

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Alva has the distinction of possessing -I There are a number of handsome this place. .
the residences cottages and smaller It is a thriving little community .
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t'ountnud the supply of books and 1! residences scattered along the of satisfied and contented people and t' ::: ..'F.url50s ) :scnh'J r1 } H :H f .._.Y : .-.u .. Y- ,:: C 'JC'

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A .i I : :' Cramle In steel hopper bottom can I dynamo a 250 and a 350 'k.w.' per appetite constipation and a general
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Hints From I best dynamo.
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; '. POPULAR RESORT Wife's Kitchen Diary forty tone each. Fr m'the cars the ': 1911 was 172.778 tons. remedy for all discr len In
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:rjJ' rock is dumped on a conveyer belt t Since that time the tannage has : the liver, stomach and bowels

and'unloaded on the ship at the rate I steadily increased. Herbine. It acts powerfully on the

'I i of 600 tons an hour, thus a 6.000 ton (! It will gratify American citizens liver strengthen digestion purifies
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ship can IM loaded in ten hours. i to learn that the greater part of the
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i Cult share every day Catherine beautiful of Hotel and Main stret-ts, has forty There it a utor..ga bin for surplus phosphate I, Is shipped on American' ot energy.Tim and cheerfulness..
r \ sea-sheila of which there are a;rooms and conducted: on the American i phosphate whirh is 50x400) feet witha ,bottoms as the statistics show, al- 60c. Sold by Evans J'J1armacy.I

treat variety. Necklace: t of sea-shells 'plan. Guests of social and business !- capacity of 18,000 teas.; The engines 'thorch' sblps of every nation load

are becoming: quite a fad and portieres importance from all over the ...asy I ul of the railroad and of the power .- {here.
e made of them are to be found states are registered at the Palmetto ri plant consume fuel oil and there } W. J. Gilligan Is auditor at Boca I WHOOPING COUGH

in hoteL*' ,and, residence Inn -- r are two steel oil storage tanks witha .Grande and P. P- Speer is port agent Hard on chill-hard on rcrant.
/' Fishing Unexcelled: Bees Grande Mercantile ( a. i capacity of 200.000 gallons I Control dreadful whooping tad

a Then thereIt the fishing. Shadesof The Boca Grande Mercaat'Ie Company The power plant here generates> tooghiog.helptoquiet.JfOtOpwithi !

'Isaak" Watloai There to BO place: a f seoo I) corporation, has in electricity for the machinery at the i SIGNS T9L1t" BELUTE LVJ CHAMBERLAIN'SCOUGH
where the' angler can better 'enjoy Boca Grande, one of the largest If not } ts port and supplier both V wns with i I REMEDY
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himself ta the uttermost than here: the largest general store in South electric lights. It has 380 horsepower If jour i>r!ath la bad and you barer friendJerome
for Boca Grande is called The Home ; Florida. The store building in. two boiler, a 500/ k.w. per hoar spells ot swimming ia the head poor Every user. I* *\

of the -- etpon" and the Silver King stories high and is opposite the ra'l- 1 .- -'-

rl Is at his .test here. Talk of thrillswtth -:I road building and .station. This store \ .p IIIIIiltt111111111111111111111Illllllllllllillllllllllllll--;--"-' ; "-' ;"' '' -'-'-''--- lllllfll-;-- 'III/I';I;11111111111111111111111IlpllliDlllpglhfillllllllilllfl1111'" ;;;;;;;{; ;;;;' ""!

c a 200' pound Tarpon hooked andshowing carries a stock of general merchandise A "Cook's Tour"Of \
his silvery aides in a break including automobile tires tubes / I" :
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from the water-what more could a and accessories, hardware groceries 1111111I

king desire In the way of sport? shoes hats dry goods and has a filling Lenten Dishes L./
Otis the water of the lagoon Is station In connection The store

situated the' boat and guide house. carries a $100.000 stock ot gooils.: Itbegan
r which are of large slue and accommodate business In 1OS.! E. It. Standish for fifteen minutes besting occasionally

many boats. The water of the fills the office ot president,. terr- I EGGPLANT: NORMANDY I <
lagoon I. of sufficient' depth \0 acl tary and treasurer. ; W. J. Gillian U of melted butler. I I II
l commodity; boats of me feet draughts Tt -pre.ident aDd !*. G. Thompson, As them: should be handled carefully
.;.far as the hotel's landing. member of the board of Lee countycommissioners after. they are baked. BO CJ
The French have a rather unique not to troll their appearance it
ratHlou
Balking '
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manager. way of preparing this vegetable. la suggested that they be brought:
The bathing pavilion Is plenty large the manager the store employs The result to much tastier than the to the table in tbe enameled ware i
to.take care of fitfy people and Is on seven salesmen. American style and much more at- baking dUh. instead of transferring -
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tbe oceaa drive. The building is admirably This company reports _a business tractive. them to a platter. I SI I
constructed' The casino, with last year of f99OOO.OU. and reports Allow half an eggplant' for each ,
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Cut the In halves
irxlng. plants I
flue dancing floors and well-lald-ont that the business for the first months CCKRIED snnurp
Knout paring and fry in deep
te&nU .courts. Is an attraction to of this year show -up.. even better than rat from five to eight minutes. Then L WEST IXtHUS STYLe
I many 'ct the visitors.! that (drain and with a spoon scoop out II' i iI
' 'Boca, Grande has a number of millionaire Fnpat* Drug !Store the centers of the plants, and chop I Boca Grande, Florida.
"t I among its property owners On !the eoraer'of Fourth street and this portion fine. Although it Is not often that the I '

i, among whom are;' H. F, Du Font F. Railway avenue stands the drug To three eggplants, which make French like other people's cocking r -
j :8. Ctowlnahleld.' ala: """In... allow OM large; onion better than their own. a French .
and
Peter Bradley store of Jerome Fugate who has been
two of two girl wbo has spent a number of
tablespoonfuls butter
f*.. H. Abbott. There are a number In business in Boca Grande for a capful of soft bread crumbs, one years in the West Indies thinks Drugs, Sundries, Patent :Medicines, Fountain Drinks, Eg

of.wealthy .residents at Boca Grande number of yearn and was formerly quarter cupful mushrooms cut la this dish surpasses many. that are Sporting Goods. Fishing Tackle of all kinds. .
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who remain throughout the year. manager of the Boca Grande Mercantile small pieces, three quarters cupfulof made in her own country. g
q Among the fine residences are Company. He carries a large line juice from canned or stewed Slice one onion Into thin pieces
F those of ,H. F..Du Pont. F. B. Crown- tomatoes, one and one half teaspoonfuls and fry a little In two tablespoon- "
t ; of drugs and sundries and has the Finest Fishing Grounds for the famous "Silver King
of, salt and one quarter ruts of butter. Stir in three tablespoonfuls ,
; In.ih el4. W. J. Qilllgan Jerome ru )Jargcst line :of salt water flshlugtackle of shredded coccanut.:
the
; W. W. therl. The teaspoonful pepper. Chop E the Tarpon. The best season for this fish is in May
gate and
Clock to be"toned in Lee county. A onion and saute it Jo the butter in one tablespoonful of curry powder. game -
Boca.;Grande Land Company owns a soda fountain land bottled drinks refresh an enameled ware saucepan. Add one teaspoonful salt,. and one cupful and June. guides with tackle for fishing secured -
number ,.ofi handsome houses which those with a thirst. A regularly the chopped portion of the ege- of boiling water. Simmer In an Competent =
I art-occupied' most of the time licensed pharmacist. B. A. Kennedy_ plant. the mushrooms, and breadcrumbs nameled: ware saucepan for an on application. Correspondence solicited.
County Commissioner F. G. Thompson Is In charge,.ot the prescription'dcpartment. -. When all are nicely lour. Then add one cupful of i' I
fresh. cooked shrimp or canned
browned, add the seasoning and
,owns. an attractive two-story residence '}If'\ FUgate has been well tomato Juice. Enameled: ware Is shrimp. and a. tablespoonful of .
; surrounded by semi-tropical known in the business circles of Boca Impervious to the action of vegetable lemon juice. the citrus acid juice
f611age. acids so that the utensil will of whIch. will not Impair the vit- I Boca Grande Florida. 'i'I
Ex..t\e Holdings S 1 act be affected by the tomato juice reous surface of the enameledware. ,
F The American Agricultural: Chemical } and the food will not be discolored. Let this mixture boil for:a
: Company Boca Grand. Land Co, Indoor Gardens, ,Flit each eggplant shell with tbe few minutes until all are thorough "The Home of the Tarpon."
mixture, sprinkle with a few dried ly blended.
: Charlotte
Peter Bradley and the Harbor I
of freshly I
bread crumbs and chopped parsley.Bake Arrange one cupful
tt Northern Railroad which are in a hot oven until t.rownel1.I boiled rice la a. serving dish and
practically ,the members, ot one company 1 I pour the shrimp mixture over It.
hare.extensive holdings In Boca ;


Grande.:H. F. Du Pont owns a whole bId- I STUFFED PEPP11LS'PORTCCIA SL! STTLE I I 'READ ITALIAN MACARONI I l!111I 1IIIII11111illlili lllltlit11111111111111111111/111/111111/ / 1I11111I1 GI11111111111IIIf 111Jttllll11111111111111111111111111IlihllRI11111iitlll IllllfI

and has erected some new cottages. II ; AU GRATIS u _' __ __
He';has been baring his building re .
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painted and 'employed the Gulf Construction As a. rule peppers are filled with I :
rice and chopped left-over meat This substantial dish which I
Co., of Fort Myers to make.. II I
a*fill and gravy which are of course a tastes as good as It looks: hails
good combination. But Instead of from sunny Italy. It la easily prepared
,:The Boca office has .
.Grande post this during the lenten season the and can be served as a. ooe-
been In existence for fourteen years delectable filling which seems to dish meal or Instead of potatoes
and Walter Vaughn was its first post have originated among the Portuguese Cut three cupfuls of cooked macaroni -
master. It now has 300 regular patron should be well-received. into pieces about one Inch, S
and 200,'additional patrons in y Select six green sweet peppers of long. Prepare cream sauce by ;
the winter. It has recently been I ;S I IJ uniform alee cover with boiling blending together, three tablespoonfuls -
water and let stand for fifteen of butter three tablespoon
changed'trom a fourth to athird I J minutes. Then pull off as much of fuJI !flour adding slowly three
clais poet office and this Is proving Make Vow Garden. Grow the thin skin as possible. Cut a. quarters of a cupful of milk and BOCA GRANDE
J to;'be 'the' best season in Us history. sites from the top of each and three quarters of a cupful of wuler.Cook .
ale Feet Deck tSf O UNO E hard the type remove the seeds and veins. Saute< USU1 the mixture bolls, stirring ,
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jOn the" Charlotte Harbor side of the *- that annoy parlor plants a cupful Of sliced mushrooms in constantly. Then add a.half
three tablespoonfuls of butter for 'teaspoonful each of salt aDd dry
Island at.Boca Grande is a new dock nay be ,destroyed bv giving the
slant a dose of soap and water. five minutes Add two cupfuls of mustard a. quarter! of a teaspoon
610 feet'wide set on concrete piling % mall amount or soapy water bread crumbs, and cook them until fut pepper aDd three quarter of
which extend three feet In the ground Ully made from pure, whit soap. they are brown. Then stir to a cupful ot grated cheese (preferably
and the .concrete eightee Inches Ike Ivory promotes luxuriant one and one-half cupfuls of med Italian). Stir all thoroughlytogether
above the ,water. At the end of the growth and give rich color to the ium whit. .sauce two hard-boiled' turn into a deep enameledware .
dock'Chadwtck Bros. of Punta Gorda, ....vc.. One a week or fortnight eggs chopped. and season with a baking dish which being
have a fish and ice house and there j>our a cupful of soapy water about teaspoonful of salt' one eighth teaspoonful dainty and ehina-like in appearance Mercantile Co.
tie roots. of pepper and a. dash of: can be brought to the table >
E Is a' Texas' OH Company tank. C. Vf, :
I Plants seed to have their faces paprika or Cayenne pepper. Let and used as a serving dish. ,
Gal.woodoace, of Fort Myers Ilia washed toe. to keep them bright boll for a. few minutes and then HI Sprinkle one quarter. of a cupfulof ,..b '
charge. The Standard Oil Company tad eheerfal. Unlike children.lh the peppers with this mixture aDd grated cheese over the top and '1Ho -- :
R. also hag' a 'tank at this point. This y wilt net object, when you at. arrange them in an enameled ware bake In a moderate oven fo. -

dock'was'Constructed' under the supervision lack the "cora ra.- .baking dish. Bc) in a hot oven twenty minutes ,' :. '
l of County Commissioner F. Place the pdt containing the "
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O.'Thompson and Is a fine piece ort plant ott aa ell cloth or. If the Grande for fourteen years and has At South Bon Grande. t Ij' i

work.: The')dock la arranged to per plant to la the not cellar too large where It the may'water betaken built ,up a large< business. f With a hand-locked Harbor when, /"'; Capitalized at $50,000 : a? : ,..//I: : .

mit 'the landing of automobiles from j'ay be used freely without danger Bank of flora Grande. forty sea-going vessels can anciio r : ,
boats.*It cost |2S to get a car to Boca bf harming Ib* floor Wet asponge Business cannot be conducted with- at one time South Boca Grande ton r .r-;

Grand.by, rail and )10 by boat and to a basin. of warm vfater.' out money and the State Bank of I miles down the oiled shell road fro '. '. 's ; ... H. .., ,.
this feature of the dock U a great ind rub, lightly across the bar ef Boca Grande is the heart of the phosphate ?
t convenience as well as a money saver Ivory .two ,or)three times. Wash Boca: Grande is ready to take care of business, which Florida .produces F. G. THOMPSON, Manager .. :
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for the community and visitors. til the,leave*, rinsing the sponge, all banking business with Its.efficient I nine-tenths of the wotld's'supp4 _
; is It become soiled with dust from)
cashier H. C. Gearing, in charge. The
Settled .!. Tears Af
:Jie plant Then with clean wate.i i bank has -
a capital stock of $15.000
l Gaaparilla Island was settled about a trio cooler than the first waahi I This is the only harbor in
and has been in existence ten Leen
forty 1'eara.. John Flcklns and ManuelOMsales. water nearly cold, wet the C. E. Lanier is president and J. T.
family 4 Watlsky, Sr. Captu sponge anchor and Is reached by a natures! .
Johnson family Peter and squeeze ever the lures; put Swlnney. chairman of the board of >-..: t .. '_
r 'the' In the sun to dry. Charlotte County Commissioners Is channel 300 feet wide! and twenty CarrIes.one of the largest stocks of..generalmerchan'dise )
Kelson, the latter finally located at fIIOrp.-o- ........ -7 .Me." r- t.Ms..atn vice four feet deep. The basis is from SO -
.. .._ president It I. a Lee county .
'\'Alra.'.and several other pilots were e..4 11. tJUt" Sq1 to 60 feet deep it is three mile
.. Nlff'_.,Iw II_' S'"f" depository.
the have'firit:..tt.led ot those on the who island.are The known light to UJ ft/I_"<* Htm fatPALMETTO ,.,. The Boca Grande Mllllery Storeis from the load.sea to the point" where. the to be found in Lee County. The:stock includes:'
ships
5' owned by Miss Rachel Lamberson
Jaoa.. .waa th* first building and the -- -
t, t quarantine'station the. second to be I and Is open throughout the tourist Here Is where the phosphate from
the mines in Mulberry and Pierce in
I built ton" taev Island. Members of the season It is across from the post I
''the only ones of office and carries a large stock of Polk county ,11.loaded .Into ships to '.
;family 'are
t 1 the Johnson original.settlers' remaining as far millinery notions and art goods. It :be sent to every country in. the world. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS SHOES PAiNTS
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tlacertatned.tibeaatttsl has been In.business eight years and t It is sold by long tons-2200 pounds ,
asfcould..be INN '
; with friendly Is just closing a successful Mason. and converted into fertilizer! which Is 3
healthful
people' and,:pleasures, IA plenty Boca Mrs,,.J. R. McClung Savannah. Ca. sold by short tons-2000 pounds. The HARDWARE, AUTO ACCESSORIES TIRES AND

Orand' and'Gaspnttllaliland: ; appeal Xn. 3>elite Howell, Prop. is head dress maker. 1 I phoophate is brought !Into South Boca

( to:'oat Mi it.was. ,wtth;regret.that.the liiiiimiiiuiiiimiiiiniii iiHiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiii i u TUBES;. GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES ETC.
Writer, bhtlSbe''hl.tle'of 'the,northbound = s ,
;i Charlotte Harbor A Northern Corner Hotel and

ttaln., ti'te' .' .f. C.. 'i The State Bank of Boca Grande !i
speras msa7 Main Streets .
think of Boca Grande < i
Whela'p
.lot: 'natarwHy; think' of the GasparillaInm | Boca Grande Fla. *; | ..' -, .,. b .'-- i"f: .' -
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,wniefc,is ownfcLby P. J I.>Abbott; American Plan _-__.. \- ., .. Seven salesmen.. to take care of the customers. !! r "
dwfter ot the Uplands. Bethlehem.: | The Home of the Tarpon | a ". ..

T..Tti"; It.,.n tourist hotel and Is.open Cuisine Excellent .

vtttr. durjftc, the ,....A months.. 1tbsa I :: I. \ .. :. .. t. : '. :. ,=, ,.:';' = t f't j., :t-:1. :

'a\capatfty'Of 150 1Uf'lta'and"ao' I 5 In four=years .our' resources have grown'.witb-a.steady s ,
tar this seeson.has booked 115 which 40 ROOMS I Store in(few minutes i walk'Of:IxTst:bathing and ,: ...
la eanal io the booking of last ,easmt. H growth, due to our motto of "Safety, Service, Silence." fishing

j Tat hotel, U *n Imposing structure Note the following; 5 ,"""r ."
odd the:roams are large and airy and + Comfortable Beds, Homelike :: _" :: 'on the coast -

baths. ....
t elany.ot them haTe connecting '
> )It.i Abbott returned to New York Atmosphere E' TOTAL RESOURCES |l

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SttAday. March.IL Short walk to good fishing; and .< 1 .
;StThe Palmetto Inn.' hullt.'owned andtathagMl | Mar. 261921-$118,781.96 Mar. 26, 19 $113,938.41: '' I I BOCAGRANDE-FLAe .

( by...Mnk N Ule Howell Umw shell beaches | Mar. 26, 1922, $122,550.04 Mar. 26, 1924, $U9, 63.25 | S ; .,' '
two
....rattly}priced. thaa the "
i I kotel: m*.Uoaed.above bat It to fUll Ii r "The Home of.the Tarpon.'" "
beds | March 26th 1925 $162 "48.00. .C
r 4Iwrt.topactty.. The are Boca Grande Florida ,
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..a .ho seHk*,feeling and a triendllmc 5 ::
I .which appeals ,
.1S the guests
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.,:t te t r:jttcialy Inclined. The ho *tt*:He** et the.Tarpelt. H. C. Gearing, Cash ter. iI

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IS I E They are the constant companions of | IIo"!..*velr who *.pt>.ieVs.. (;!ad '" .or the Dixie cunmand! 'by ra -i in the state. lie held tfe lies (n'.a aaufelesrgrtve., :.: no' ogwj'r. '. '

the Imys. Iv4siHg and helping them with Us :boys in Mann lsl! ;. Col. Captain Kiuxi. The day's trip includes w Brings ,;real of thousands fad"lir knows where Father 'john A.' Leal.!

I $fO iiT air l their',pursuitA 'TheS boys are 'Roosevelt highly; endorsed the school half a dozen island stoppings. ac < e herd (;rs rattle. Indter : Mission San Jose, has been. ,
of
: KORFSHANS -restricted oaly l within reason 'to a set l|*nd descrilied.bis.,: .[ ploaKiira'kt\ lining and a return up the river to Fort )Jrerll tb : .if thplr jtrftSive-atf Jlig- priest left
manner of'doin -things" The' school | there with hi* laconic "OK--I ;hted." i efcre night. Thii i" one of She gt iwl his wYfe., Otara7-p fanaeil to, informed. Iu her old use reverses
she became a pqhi1l'e -
feelsthat the natural instinct! of boysis ;i At the head Of the Synd 'r School most restful dtv trips. that can 1 U h. d together in the ancient 'Misstn her penniless and

Estero is situated'on Estero river good and it helps them to organlze :; |: for.Boys is Clarence Jo:. Synder.. A. SI.: taken out I trt.ia Fort :MMTS.iUich .T--c l'C'mf't..ry.n eipen-) '' wardi: somewhere and a' (latter;*
beating and surf bathing can be I f'n-I' .i was' elab:6auuient ,jficld} finally claimed her. Her costly
< iiierrils Jiili-! vault built -
sixteen mllps"t; utlt. of Fort Myers. their..aclivitieS: The director and 13 man ,who the suites that an '
joyed. Good huutin can be :'oj-i waits In vain.The .
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ant." the inhabitants are members of ,adjacent to Kstero. h.i'! t..u of 'Ussist 1ts' are men who i lis attending! his efforts lee l County is : Rancher's AVidow or erected. .

the fKoreshan'Vnity. a religious community Estero .i hart lived been -eilbcated and bare i proud of Captlra, and al.<> of the S> n- 1 jtut'-1: died aa the monn; -- -------- --- ,
founded by Dr. Cyrus R. Teed. boasts of an excellent: trad.ert seen something of'Jife. They!" lure well) [tfer Out Dour Schoiil for loys.Captiva Lies in Nameless<<:! Grave'm ..-O ,-erred with the Cate pf'h
schoolhas telephonic' : :srviietdaily )' : is
of 'fhtcago; Iir-: b: Jeers prior to189J94 able to Ret coil l examples. ) Tot il'r l : i i-i ri-3c'i>'d| from Fort: > ..-" du lull 2J.: 1SS:3. The name of his first real !sign of spring
mail
when thirty members came every day but Sunday.more ( sladeuts.I ,any laniou.-, men hive l-v a h|le did boat sr-vii i-. Seamitmi ; OAKI.AXO. Cal.. March: 3N.In th.- \II it!'o \\ .is inscribed! with thhlauk. ., when a"hacfiflor df'fWe that maybeHis
tn than riw..acres In citrus tree". : friendi' II-'Ie
El'>t ro'to- establish. a* colony. boat line ) been guests. of the Syndcr Schuol. i't every n inning: ; fen-a the wharf a; earl> da\s of Californij: Don Satin dIt married :. have a
to Fort Myers, auto bu* i .
rind .was-cleared; and the, work of':line bakery, barber shop, physician Among- ,"theni .was. : the ,late...' Theodore Ih' 't!, o9t of Ill-mill street K >es the Tli uora 1I\OS one of th. ueathi! <'st I":);tlf'ra died long agoo. hit I 1 "O'D" I

ImfjTovewMtpnj art half which is fteeke .f;rUpdafrVuFed inj jfevastal- assembly ---. ---- r ,fir
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M : nanrorrhe-R/rtrVs'* n LeWotmtr'1'many .ilheh'advaatdges. I 1 iT'JC i: ::.i ,. -r- t, > .- .. t -01, ',. -- -- .: : Y"'3-" ") :

andf" ,all grtfreS: ; In ttre' parts f the The loind -.,t Khltfro. in high, well :. : ..

s ate farthernorth; -'MaHyrW-( !,drained amt ...aud";' l.\log 1 .Largely .. i .- .
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losf-tUeir: ). Ir r, ip.llila!! fri! P;- cirne, the.yellow. subsoil! underlaid withclay'imd .: .
to l.ne county to plant groVcj 'IlUt tot .r 1.
where i little rock this Ming- the I. t. ..
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the'l-old was! not so severe and K.-vcr- 'I lyi-e of, soil HU highly; prized hY't.X" : ; .. : I

al Be.ttled. at Kstero. |I|Ice iU"for citrus trwvr.! and the nnmfrta -
Al K.itero and adjacent 'I I
are thrifty groves l bear testimony as
now some fine groves and the hold- ;;to tile: ideal conditions existing here -

inks of the Unity are a wonderful tor citrus: development the fruit 1

sight with their mass of tropical verdure i, grown here being unsurpassed in

Three government; inspectors flavor by that produced in any soc- I

were recently at Kstero and found tirn of the stale. Many other frnitxj j, '
151'!; specimens of rare tropical treesor thrive here as ,.well unions thembein ; ,.
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plants some of which they were I ;; |1..3C.ht'lI. grapes, persimmons..1 I Iliineapples 1L :

unable to classify. I avocados mangoes, lo- 1

Kfclero has a good machine shop i'luatt.| gu.ivns!: and siirinain cherries : .. .
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is Jiow\ being enlarged and Improved> farm crops, but I IH mostly too dry for i ., .
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JDtIIINe] printing plant from which winter lrucJ.iu-4 unless irrigated.<: ; -... .. -
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T.li? American }:agle: a weekly talc j| The native growth on wild land la: 't : ; .a E4 ..rigj

lofil newspaper, of which A. II. Andrews chiefly pine titnlK-r. oak and palmetto, d t
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la editor is issued, community which, in many ,place's! I* very lentw; I

dining/ room and many other Industries Kftiero 1s rituaUil on the Tamiaml..I' j .

among which might be mentioned1" Trail now building l: across the lowerKvergladesvlO'MianiS ft f ;; .' It

new dairy barn large new store I and when:: this' ;. --

building, now in process of construction loop rod is completed connecting! the
general merchandise Bt.ore. filling -I lower East aad West:. CoaSls wf Florida !
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station and. in fact almost a development ta cure; to.folio.
everything necessary to mstiin life i...II..MO unnrecedent.: In any' piirt oj

nrtjl carry on the business of the com :'the-state.-Here.-in this latitude is the

mistily, j..-.y real tropical) !! CIIO!): of rhe-l'nil-
Some fine cattle are well taken ed Stales and here will the )('(ipe!

cite of and h3ltadozen"ar.ls of I be attracted in' vast numliers' when

blVtrxle'd fowls of different varieties. pnce it is made accessible by IPINt'!

gardens of fine vegetables supply)j roads and its'many advantages become l +

the community tabl.' and a. New. generally known to the world. t .

YOrk landscape gardner is now engaged I i One. or }; tero'8 greatest advantages f

: in beautifying The grounds and 1,, is the abundance of pure..water
planting many varieties of flowers."' I being located' in the artesian belt, .

'Palms, banana, flowering -vines [where'good.flowing!: "water may |be oar;
add shrubs assisted with the varied tained at depths ranging!: from aft'to

hoes\ of 'numerous foliage plants, of coo feet being what U I, generallyknown ,. m '
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which the crotons predominate add'I( as "sulphur" water thoughIn

t&'the appearanece of the grounds. j the shallow wells there is little

.'\,' lunken garden; is one of the attractions i trace of it. The deeper wells affording -
which Is both odd and beaati.'uL I more flow, are used chieflyfor
'Numerous handsome residence. ere I irrigation purposes. Though ir- I

scattered over' the place; of whict.the '[rl&alion Is always helpful it is not

$10,000\ winter home of 1. )f. Botrarj )absolutely. essenU liU p.we\-er, to the; : t., :1. ,

of JewYork. Js ,the. most pre' tlous.It the. trees have become established( as T :' '

( requires slightly more thin tin, with .proper --subsoil IDQI! ure' conditions -

boils to reach the gulf vla"mot- boat 'are -usually sufficient for the ;

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Iflll.ef': ebuntyf'is.the; Island of ..CapUva. -. .''College's l tJ the ''.country acc:.":..' ) .. .' : _. ', .. ...' f'- .. .; .. "....>> .
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Its natural .'..bauiy .:r malnsJI'i'"Uc ISnJ' 4P' students witb; examination "T ". .', "
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tflf}Aeans.about also 50 years it has ago-r-and escaped thus by some far I derv Kach its year Instruction.on January Id a mcrrj' -.t! 5 IFv. sees quicker! straighter; further, surer''than 'his, fellowmen., : ', I I't.: : :. '" .::, ; I

stouts of the architectural and devastating -'I group of Ijoyi journey south, to. th< Iijs vision i is telescopic; overcomes; refraction, annihilates curvatures barrie .- liehvmitiim : -; J t;:

atrocities of tiviURtioiu; .*h<>plV:; winter" bume)on-Captiva Islanil. and his goal. Before others have grouped essentials. he-has. marshalled ,\ a T1tg"! :
shout! 10 miles long!:, and They have spent the fall ., 'gl : '' .' -.7 ";.t ''''k- ;
|Captiva Is I ton; Edison Flagler were men of Vision. < :
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high In the Blue Ridge Mountains -
sits widest point it Is barely more months ... .
titan hate a mite from coif:'to ..aii:: :jamW.lnye etattered.to\: ; *: .- Mr, Leonard Schultz of New York City who designed 'the' Grand Central 3'' n, .Biltrnore.;' sand ..oGornniodoreIIol 'l ,

& the narrowjioint;' \li-rha.pC'. the I bome.-i!" .fb( Ijthe h..l"tma'i'' holiiktyn, '" & of New-York'* City and'the Miami-Biltmore Hotel of Coral l Gables and for many.years', has, )beerrAvofki. I\' "'

distance Is & or ( -maybe G5!-feet.fR :I!and 'with the AlIroac-b of winter the; '. jUg with hig'm n. says that George Merrick possesses greater Arisionand.mc )urage.tp! carry1: 'hi&fi.lcAts'tp! : cbfti- :' .f

Cult beach Is magnificent. The'imet again far in I he south to earn JI.tJon.than'anyma! he has;ever!, known., :_. ,:' i'y': .
with a [on their school life until May bring!::
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wealth gtistening'sand of rare shells! and always'dark the spring; warmth. George' K Mcrrick's Vision of great 1\liami-tbe powerful Metropolitan Cit the American Tropfijs which today ;

tWe!! Is: 'a green background orrlilm the attractive catalogue gottei!: is just'appearing over the horizon for most people-was realized more tt1f\\" )'ea'rs ago. He-:. saw-wlujt! .

The hay shore outlined with I out by the arhoot.the fact,ts.mentioned ';t; every careful student of this section'sees in the region south of Miami-the'wdrful: future Winter j'>airyrarid-'or.f I .

mangrove,' which overhang the I that iu-tfiefkutt.Jtjyear 1 l : ..Fort Mybaet'A9er- America. So his objective Itecame Iliscayne Bay with a distinctive Coral Gablfofified; andenlarged .

wltern. casting picturesque shadows.tCaptlva's :)ers (35! mill's from; JV|>tiYlr : tog all the .way. north from Chapman Field to West Flagler Street. and the d&pment .here?.with ,Comparable:

soil i s adapted to-' the:I agtrL T7! Men f-days, a' year '' nail r ar bay frontage "at command of'the finest of all American waterfront propertIet4llis! 'plaI1.1lve; been! Cfnttljhitea.The ,: ..

rising! of the most luscious: fruits:.average!: winter.temperature of till aid: 'vegetables lure to the palate j I ** sr/ .e(* t"h.iT* ...i' purchase, of the land'has been consummated. .The Vision 'wjll.be made, an >mplishe.d).reality? ::1 h.: ;,i ; .
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with brought where under th! Vision always open the of Opportunity for others. In wonder ..
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Path and Rulf., fairly ... '
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fih. There can he Imagined noaJt10t supervision tf exports. their physical wise and shrewd-will find rare advantages :profitable: investment.! 1 --. ; ---<11.n'i- : :; *4 .p :

more ideal for the living of the and academic training, is handled tI'l: l .,;. .. ., -.:., f .T_. 'r >. ; -i :

Jhnple life-the simple life lived acrrdJng in a location/as near ideal as can IKJ ... : ..... ;, ,:" .L :o, ........., 6(; \ 3!
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Ju' methmls. For on .JCapUra Is Dr. till)Jay the; school Is ('cIDlhut.cth i : 3i i/:/J

Pranklln Miles famous*, JioteU the aaJ: during-he Spring vacation : ..
Fishermen's! Lodge> +'iwhlch' laJfrlctly
modern as It !s- plcturesque.1 Nun into! the Lug Cypress country ol ,'. CO.R.kLGABylled; cordially .,In '

There'is nothing lacking I southwest Florida is a feature that. to K visit, Coral ,
hear tbHOtf.
despite tbe.'Prlme'-I18urrouDdIDts' : I the atadents.t... J ,' l\! ? .-.*.. '- f' t J'" iw: ;;, "il., 45 r .r..! e y .. .r t .. -.. .. :> .
i 7Thc name fb iptf.i .aHSpanish foe r rThe'School's Instructors are; all I ; ,
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finale captlve.. .. d.1I0Int. eatern men-men who are speclal- ems't: WILLIAM

tfie days when this Island like many i lets,! .in thelt subjects and who have .l '-. 4t JENNINGS '. .
shores was a re fti our been successful i + -- ,t BRYAN-. ,
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captivity has disappearedfrom..theatmosphere. 1- ', '. ,; 1 lecture on:Florida sad :

.' The spot breathes treed : f1Tr.;' r ;! :'., 75 fit.';. oppmrtiinitlea.Transportailpa' J
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'domain. '!: F ny ".\J.>"" -' .e.t... <-.. .c t -ins "tEe liTca a ( otbl .
'The:; Snyder Outdoor School for p !' .. ;.a !' ; y i '.' A #.
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D1Ii .- which Is now in Its 11th year : ; '' ; ":" '
oi 'the; Island Is an Institution' of, I ..- -week.tlcnlars. ror 'falthjut: :)r .;-. :. ,

whichVCaptlva l ',' and South Float4anaiai I t: t'rr' II :', .:i'J .. '- ." .. y... i. most' znir;Rjp..eVrr .. ", lad* 'reaerw. A ;troII '.
Hlonsicall.atUhe" J nraif .
err'Troud: Prtttlcally th nteFhool -: :: ;; < t ,'; ..
\of ,IU kind in America, this :: t j II I ; : .tt ; < : .. '! ",tc \' Cabiero5nce.! ( ,". ".S ..: ;. ., . eL 'f

ejtclastve "boy4" academy Is conducte'd -{t ,. ; : t.,.v ; /.j. ; .. ..f: -lr\.
40 Miles ofVaterlFront < : .. '
with the Idea of keeping I ". '';' -.1- E ,:. s-wiv : : .0 '; .;
dents : of doors. > boy I : >> "' .: WH ?v.-j/-B; '. i: ., '
.'out r-9t.ft; J'1)1r.1 !t"f' : ,. :_ 'J '.:;;'
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tip-tepiph1siehl,coiMtUt4.by, '.." -. ,- ,' ,r. 'Gebrgef-EMcrrids, \tl ; 5 '. ?I..j... '.' .. .
possesses : 7' : '
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that is energized no

ef'theS&der l lItiDdy !! Executive, "Of f ice: .Administration. ;Building| >,Coral: jGa g-,'Ni iamrj,:Flonda. : ; -

grh'e Fall,aD4.Sprhtl.trms ip :- : : .:
School are held at Lake Junaliiska1 -j
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llrag! Mountain of North Carolina l -Fort Myers Omce23.t' *First Stitf= ; .. '
A neTilIe>plateau/ The J S : f :
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r ids' advantages found In no other minister tt
Jacob Could Schurman. ; .
pr paratbFEool4e': wr' :- China and former president of Com :

he'boyetaecepted br.tbe ?school ,- >H University, is among those men l : 'L"'L:: .

rage:intaltestr4Nk.V o." :.a2Doths. ,-i tJoaeoI for the post *>>t .ral i aBadorUajfrrrffW CnnlrV; ., : ;"' .._i .".., ,_ ,..., u 'r .:Z ; ti ,. ..- ._ 1_ ci
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Take your map of Florida and run I nearest neighbors gonad be in Mexico

jour eye down the West. Coast Kind and the wide expanse of the Cull
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Kcrt: Myers and keep "headin' south, | 'h 'J' 1\
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ver.e McGregor/ boulevard toward the v.-ith picturesque: palms. Occasionally ._ .
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; there is a lagoon or tidal creek and

turn straight" south at sign. "OrescentlIkath. |' some of these as well as a huge p:>r- 3k'TIIO !.o.. -).. ,?, ... o-c' s .:}, aa "
keep roiling on the county' .
i lion of the salt ..
water frontage will !t. -- --
highway until you reach the limitless t tprotected
-[ by"a seawall ..
and fills made t nla.. t. II\ rillci;I I (0' .
waters, and _
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behind it raise _
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the lots ,,rell above :
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of San Carles o.n'tbe Gull No sprawling the tides. l' ..,, Isle than tU aaae.. '
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city this; r.o 'skyscrapers: otn.
but ffti
; apiece At :: ( rut year was
McGregor boftfevard a wide dou- 4 Ti.tot.il!
of beautiful Florida
that can be blp driveway Is being constructed :., ;, ..;,.m..1 .iu u "..", \> s-r serioos.v .
in its
swept ontirety by a few : .
comprehensive -
{ leading in from this direction in the {L : .- '.' : and --
glance R is vacation- water's :.': ,, _.. ., ., : in hopes that 1 .rht'
land. It Jocks lake edge or at least to the pro- '." "' : ; :' 1!" a are living:
a place for children I ..+. H. IIil.MI'S t w rlt
lazy lti
and to ;jetted hotel site. A parkway will bo1 ; : I a.nt'ntatt v ,1 I ::..il," 1't ple too
grownups play in. There
Isn't smokestack made in Urn center of this, and it will (lran'ger' and J'"ldl'nt IIi !vin $ '" .'1 :, -: "...! i -- \ ..r.l puul s.

a anywhere; nor a be planted to pleasing ornamentals.The I Carlos Company'tor ;. :, ;',. \ ,\ .. '. ...... :h..ir. ----
trolley car; nor a push cart. Indeed I
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will be run club fashion / caJTa
the only noises you hear are the .\ burs" will pull your .
playful solashing of the waves, the and built at location that comma dsj where; various thins: will I" pro- .' '", 'fl; t 10, a .r-t 'I'\- : .iit.li; And very often horn mss'

c-ill of the gulls, and the rustling of j the widest son of view over the different : riled for entertainment. tur. o, tl>- slur;" : :, .It:! kjv r.iju'r, it will pull ytM out.

the tropic breezes in the paints: and: :'I bodies of water and the island | The SperJs ; -sllrtln. le :> '--.I I !If t t- a .I\\.I'II"l -- .- --. --

pines. From all this you might assume [that lie .in them. ; The location ci S-n C.nlnis such r : wilh tiui-t : !::tr4'; : -.. ur' -jrnuii'l' Tli.;. lit sisn i of spring. as ...*
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that San Carlos is a sort of re 'that it offers a \arietr. of spori: seldom 'c 11..1! la"t year, isn't
ligion. If so you are not at all at variance Residential comfort, refinement and ,, found anywhere. At almost am z m3r tor .r.! -,, -, _. ,u I "'""bn: k out tau see the last sign of ....-

from the facts. Here is a place | beauty I U the aim in laying out the : part of the W4trwjvs id. 11 ti *
that embodies complete rest with a street j. which will! be from CM to 1W'Us i to he had. The many hay. ha> ou < u*"$ >:'> ?. ..,. ;. LiteTriF L, .1. .. II '\' : ..'11 \\ I:. II.idr .
,. 'r\ 't' :,,rl it.I', !h. .' ttot :, -fotk iVa.i jailor got; arrestedw
tonic in the salt tang of the Gulf, the i feet wide, and sidewalks, which are !and passes provide what is probably t P ult ? '
sunlight, the always summer skies ,Ito be of shaded cement, to harmonise'the I II I' !best fishing grounds in southern < 11 H'P: _. l'. :' I, 1 II" i" '." 11' nh I ht!t.: .-,1 IIh tleKging. MaylK-
with the In ;, .' "rI\. 1. !.'tri'ton! had l. "IH2 1 Intl. a"rupans( did it.
and general coloring that seems not | tropicil aspect of the place. '';j waters. At certain periods of the : -

of this earth. It is a realized dreamof i jA water system will be put in, and, :year tarpon fishing is the hU thing 2. ,v"- *'.;">- x-'X, ?,-, 1111111'_'a._..._..'.'..........I I IIIUIIItI'.1lt11g11/11gI..1, 1llfltlfllillSIIIIIiIIII 111111111111 11111111t .
those who "want to get away from I of course, electric lights. A flowing''aDd it is certiinly the spun of kings -

things.: for those who seek relief !|;well on the property is remarkably :: Hunting!,: on the prairies and i in the

from Jangled nerves, from: ailments free from sulphur content. harbors I 'Glades is he best span and there is

brought!: about by listening to the I for bats already exist at the property :: Still a lot of big game within easy I

ticker too much or the imperious call I' and a nursery, propagating al|f distance of San Carlos. Experienced.1i l .. '. ,: .: : rlt t: ATTENTION LAND OWNERS

of big business, that takes no heed ofteiuler 'Marge variety of tropical: plants :';i /guides may be had fur the hunting .I : :
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flesh, brain fag, or nature's 'shrubbery' and trees, is to be estabjlished .
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f cry for surcease. i for the benefit of the people :!|!conditions imaginable on San Carlos : ., !\ : tJLtt'i}!' lJ Eighteen sales in ten days averaging .
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l'Icluresgne Sf-t till? woo build homes here. |! Bay for sailing or cruising iu powerboats. .
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Out there is a mingling the wars Building! will be started a. soon ,, There is a world of "inside! > elm' or In'! f' ni1" ;
!bas the lands for that !i water" in from San .', I UIOIl-t-Tx .1. f H" > 1,' & no Pnp' tLATlO'I $10,000.00 per sale I'.
of the Gulf of Mexico San Carts I' are ready pur- right sight Iri '. .I". r- ".. .' ),pliU lJ '1
and hoaics will be I!los and the Caioosahatcheo is i
Bay, Mantanzas Pass and Otgego; poe period type rl\ r ::

iJay, and very close just across the i restric-tions. ;; but a short two miles from tit'lerty. ;pu': : :' > ':.;. ,r" :" '" ,', ,', ,:,, We need good listings | .
pass lies Estero Island. Pancing ic i I The river is wide and I' I : ""

the waters to the right are gems of !is being planned and tile : !s every !jfectly navigable to Fort M.yer..u. ... .;, ,t. ., market for good
; We have a responsible any |
nature's making Sanibel Pine, Cap- pr liability of the new development !15: miles from San ('arlo... and, :. .- a I .
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this roast In protective way. On Kste- steamers that py! the Gulf coast and ,'i now beittg tufk-il alxiut url it must .n' t g Bay Property |

; ro are cottages, homes of pretentiousorder the lower East {'(J118t. The \.ban" :jcc.me as naturally) aun> ;tiling oii- a'ata : sad iI: .
a hotel and a very wonderful |' and stores all will be done ar- ',cel\"abl. t 'I u.1" "I' ': I :' t" ':' ; : : ,. : I;: ': ; : : : > .

bathingbeach, with driveway along It chiierturjlly in the same: harmony ;! Like This' .:' r ;: ., 0( ,: l ,. :.. ; .. ; ; : = A. W. IIASKINS ]KEALTY CO. |

that reaches some distance except at of design and color as. the residential i i'sections i i San Carlos lies r.-lu; on iln-) gulf; : i I\ ... ,.; : ,- -
high: tide. To this Islands leads: abridge and will be located in the ::;Xfthinij intervenes, a 1,11 a \ .< ca p"; J ., ., :
-just a short one for here the southern section of the property. '':pie can hook at for hem \i.l! [t'i' ,- I :' 1 I ", Real Estate investments |

pass Is narrow. An island kingdomand Nut Aver two miles to the west at :[sunsetn Always a ju'i! ; ,, '

all very close in. San Carlos Is runt n 3a, is the cable station i derrol picture; What ir.y: |MOi.i-; | : ,1. : ,"n:: ;- I \', \ h.....': Sarasota, Florida! k |

on the mainland out such Is the contour through which passed the first neWS do henHay at golf, h-iatriile.I fish. c .

that all homesites are just about !oi Dewc.v's victory at Manila to to sit on the bridge r",1(1< Ii thi fish.dUKe T.Iir'.Lin' ..u noui I :j. '1'it t-i-i'n' <.<, tlj it tin- t.-t .1 : n t: ,; : : :: g

within a stone's throw of the waters ''people of this country On Mantan| In the moonlight ;:::o in' ; the | : :i 1 :- :.)l1 Hi; ; ;: I: : i- i : > ." i'lt'ii'r/. 1 a' : t',. )i : :,, fg
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t' t I :' 1,1"I air reading mire newspapers. 'h t '
lIt1 S I :K.rG. hat tiny m_t keep nut o t
I ,' ,illll } Letter.J) .... ni'IK;;izint'< and o:hi'r periodicals every !1.FJXIw':. :Mardi ;1.1. :WHIW. .gifc< ngtaicah. !; .3of: the fast, up-*.-4se < .r: or
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I I .. of Posts Figures otpHcd I"'lit ti, r ushftre of the .upital. else IK
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Screen I ,,., ,' hHII the, weight oft .. manpublu vehicleslien
NlSerxirr: heifer l 'I. tn> 'rI\: hurt :tu :: There n' 'u cars on tile lookout for
,I I' I,, '1-.' -..;r ot HituJtion with < ''''1'1 I c-J Hin iii n' teunder: .' with careful it, n .'.ror' m 'han- Cruising to be restricted andordered I
ASIII cTtrX-latr'm/: finUMJ: are
I:rmil |it::nn "I.lHrol, the exiKtii \li!u.-ii n"-I'av'r-[ il 1II:1;: *in". are ism to weii\ worn tint they t'ilnlnt .
in.I ., Y emperament' ,itx] pei is.tnali! :\' I 1 tolUfd up.Lil
I i ri: t do niNe Democrats. U: tits-, -1,1., i anti I the postage paid dur keep pax attic! the modern car. that antomobllKilt "
..re .xpn1pli..1 by r.at. ''ii I fil"1!" .....Hut, the i-s" rrcR- 1":1::I more than doubled the'laatono' the matter hi been tailed to the attention optimist! .is .D.
n'n' thu n..r or liter they wiltI ling in tlie I"r ns!'
Tnolidse prr.idmt..ttul OiarVsIkiwe <; Maary Mil: n
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\ I Ii Ar fooltdso when be was in R'pufIt'3ns. Ut fact more often
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t Author! Who's.tbe author In the I i / I lolled an Lice president four yean the fllibttst ts the means vChlntkinit .

I movie game ItVi :aorta like the go:'d 4KO. with the address of Dame legislation. I i f 1F sF i

old game "A\Tio. got the button I'll 1! which ivt the Senate by the ears The historic filibuster against
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I bite \\\hoisslt It really would take a i when he took office last week the Wilson shipping bill which I
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I good crosanorril puzzle expert to arurately :'- I I fnnlUxe. in a repressed, quiet. kept the Senate in session day and :
is ; night for determine who the authorof
Coca seOts
Isle( address aid in substance
j most movies. Many famous writ tat be recognized the Senates sleeping on cots in the
corridors and anterooms. was a Republic
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ere of fiction And plays nave bal I I right to male its own roles and order .
i in filibusterSo
t their names !built to great coram*'re-II I its own procedure and that he was the most famous one-
; .J tat lue'elllthe: movies or hurled I would Myers
of those rules. Growing
teal adraiawtntian
Into the commercial ash ran by the held the floor for more than 40
Hawerfaement; irascible, theatrical
-movie treatments of their sfori hours to defeat a Democratic riverand
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Senate lecture
I .. n-a.J.tM harbor bill :
delivered
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i I .1 ran was one of the O O. P'" pried

I i For now U'3 been a, habit answer to the Dawes critic CUbusterers.A :! and Lee
f yeirs j .f M the prompt submUikm County.
.I of my good: friends, Adolph 7ukor I Mm Martha W'''''', 41 I I i !>>' Senator nderwood
Hill Fox. Jess4 r'ttkY. Carl Laemmle Medina. O. .i act''i.''',. .: Alabama Democrat of tn amend MITCH more probable solution
:Marcus Loew and the rent of the bays I four chiMrt-n hH. w,t.., I rcent to cure the in of which to the problem pUcbCorkrd

: I I who run the VAg. companies to allow I luiniDtemi her ih. ari:... .. : '! comely idwes most unlimited I bitterly debate complained. the proposal into the of ttenate Senator by Norrts Dawes ta In I Good dependable! gtiti: ainotd iiie! eiundi e at a icason-
their press a&tht* to issue blatant mother an i." I I" : ,
1 I statements at-jVauIar intervals fea and cftUMed l Illtims. .11 13: I This wu done>> to put the burden Jan convene 1This. the Compass yeasty ot able puce is the food on \Inch the infant tin ives.Scl .
failure
f >f reitponniUUty for tom ;
t turlng BllI 1 1 ShaKe peuro' pet line, doesand uw du .n..I.frIiHt.. 4huill ''''Th.r_ '. ; i ,,nd the, rules alone. the line would. serve a double par I /, Edtu.ator, Louis \. Yossitt and I Knox Shoes
i The pi 3 y Si tile tiling" I've spent -ih (erwl tr I M wmt" air to-Dawes'. pose. world end the present ;
: i. hundreds of times, in the ]carat ten give_ tc i tin I Iown |_rty the Republican practice of having a session of $ LJO; () to $9.00 -.
years, when wave talked and talked l TtM> fait tt. of course that a Congas. following election; I* I -.
t ruUiHittinR the lid tightly on Senate which many members defeated !et' GI.it ion Clothes Baltimore
., about the tremendous,. important oft Married 9 II' .
dt Late ia no more desire by ( reeJectlonUnue4 to sit anti tuauU
t\ I the "I tory," ,!; ---- the leaders of the Republican end the "short session" The best at the price in America.

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In those J84"'I-, -I'-e argued an.I'' pas I they are known and used today is' brain hild in the movie studio-, yo w I Pajamas, Hosiery

\ fought for laore consideration for i a work that is only twenty yearn ol I. can more readily understand ally the' I AllOW and Van Heusen Collars

the .various Vprkers who have the I laUd it has: only); been in the last ton one beat method of checking mi J Aiiow, Wilson Bros and Phillips -Jone=; Lion Shirts
task of evolvlnK. the original story or ears that this ''work has assumed a whether a new film is good: fair 01
play Into a "inoSle- Frequently those ( barn Duck Head OvcialK Bib line work shiits. Striped Flan-
.fiuite..lontt: Thu whwo bare so ;, rotteD is to watch carefully t<>

who really IIh1; ,; the most to the construction *s, i few properly: trains minds It 11t.the. who directed it, You t.mt hoiustu. neb \Vhite Gabardines and higlint' of Spl'ing'trollsersjust
t : of the story get no credit fI l>igK et ; forts. an1 author and star has i in.Don't .
: Many no seth animal as "a author" in .
I f t\ whatever for-tfie>> success of their ef- i! the movies lies a polyglot!!: .
i Authors like Rex Brach Iluoth forget we have them all Topped on Straws.
been acilaimea) for success that

t I t should have |>: credited.) to a cutter continuities'I I TdrkiiiRtoti WriKhtIary: Zane Uolxrts Crey i'Unf'hart Harold!. Peter Dell;i I ewes Is giving away pipes in the i $2.5O!)() to $6,00I )
: title urUer\ director or a
a a I haved'cgverIllt'rt:2l.N..dollaie Senate. which m one way for a vice
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story a* the original author writs It. .
I sI : in III tih'b i tliir ,sterns here l been !glass': ti get at wee Jt'\\, N. Si. iht, '
{, One or more "movie" writers are then
II : trcatotl by the movie "tuntinultv jll.l IM gave him sfuiurs h.111' I
t t culled in to deliver "treatments. This 'I
w folk and the direaors link I Wears
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Fro'u what\ I hav explained re- The hi ,.t filling si ition eytr 1 limit, 1!
; story in the mtjvie) version, and It s
I. I also a fact thai the language .Itl' "EVUk In J-uSalle J-arish trding; mhil IIlIl'p'n8 to an author., toe dining/!( room ; .t.!l'; ;' Leon Bldg.Ii .

makes a .to readable may not believe that "Aunt .......
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letsrf itutrThat: means that It Is i Ii 1 -
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j not "Pb tocr able." When the stntre j other day for the ninth I
tmentt" p'bmltted, they may not I II first husband died

I I dlo executlre have read the first i canes. one was PAINT YOUR HOME SOD SIlOh5 FOOD Sti0ti5

i t\I J i be possibly satisfied sevecI, iri tl otber then another writers and are I three present disappeared-when she and ; i

called in! to deliver! treatments Frequently : '
story and hactei-zati; ; ;;;; I'I '
each.;.Ttreatment" has some
continuity as i
t. good points, send so the final "treat-, originally I -- -
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-:.ereral mind brought!; In on the -----
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continuity a r ap resentatltNli. +'f-Ib ; i hint!:arett J lt.The p! : .. US .
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Monica as 'previews." : ;
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..1 ? of each teeners! : It U to appear In lions are invited, and

tbe final movl ;aa seen on the screen. cepted. .
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X.turaUy'the''continuity writer in }j

working out Ute detail of "vUuallj- Now I ask youHow 'I II GuildWatches
Ing" the story! from the treatment will cheer or cuss the author : Gruen

make pointing up certain nal story from which I .
i blebsPAh'and soft pedaling or been made*" Personally I ] Fort Myers LumberCo. .

omitting. otber t Incidents. a good director and a i .
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The director'is: tbe next factor !In a terrible original I

} which by now would bare a bard time directors and continuity Ii I .

the development of this "brain cbtldt ." kill! the best original at : I .

naming Its own;father Since it Is tbe or plays ever conceived. '
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task of the director. to actually set on .

r' the screen the real points of the story There are not a dozen ", '- .. ., I It
t It Is of.course essential that his Ideas the movie world who can t
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i t i i ever visuallze (tbe same thought inexactly out a splendid finished I I Startling

i tbe game manner, the director are not six trained i' O. BoK-102.: ::. Phone 87

generally :Uiinks of changes which who can working alone, : ., -
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f r roust M madeljin! the continuity tinultles which any of the oae-. ... >.lIJ6 :
tors would shoot scene: : The Latest Gruen Achievement At '

low-; comes ;the problem of "cast- wrItten. : PAINT WITH DEVOEK i Unheard Of Values
!ing. which i III the selection of the V
L I i = times P1'OOUerrQn5 are bald up for The writing of books i PAY AS YOU GO"orV' t .
_- For Men
I players to do Pip various parts some- a hUblv specialized : <1#;.1. ;

weeks or even. months, so that cert.in been developed through : .. J .
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t .u I"q" -- -- '- : A 12 size 16 jewel hand finished
movement
Is necesssry take the pla't'rsabo I Miitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiii' 111 iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiii I 111111111111111111111111 .

ideal for theyparts, but generally it : s.I I cased in 25-year Wadsworth cast.
E1 ,- immediately getting\ "* .
are j avatlabe I -.w *,'.1.( i ,'., ** : .1
those who sef mi! the nearest right; for I 4,, FAt
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the story or tkrae whose names mean II 25.00
most at the !!tax office Yon must '# HPtffeW.no ."' .. .... ..1- I. ,.
forgetj'jtat, when all Is said ; ", I 1. i'
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and done, the tt mile make no claim to > '. 't :
being an .rtn J J. a business The Job hisr. ; For Women 4 ::fI "
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product
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shower dough,1ijn/ to the smiling lady Lr'. i ; =i I Assortment: of sizes, 15 jewel!! hand *=,.

who says "tlbw many pleases A : 'J' fnished movements cased in" 25 "-:
1 "great story spin' the movies Is one Dav) I : year. .::::

that makes tjr:cash register happy ./ .< a _-i'' \Vadsworth case '- ,tAt .. )
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variably discovered that the person- The anno ncer }, ffpjm:suprrb 'Birring showing of cl, '-. ."' ,ss; : f -

for changes ftp the handling seemed ot sIt- :: ? f t':'Sr, custom- ( {r >>thr} < '"wa* . which
( uations and Uni-ldents =: on the alert ; mftitea'gei'to:: .don the season's new duds. I l:

: all right undjjyou 1: tried to visualize t'I1:1: 'C J./ As usual, our J3;les.earrd.. those inseparable attributes I GUARANTEE and service.

them with tbklpartlc l personalities :: which well dredtnen-afwa> insist upon; distinctive =1 V .... ..,.
selected to aj bar as the characters.When h'
master tailoring PLUS moderate prices.
styles -
pfesrs have been picked'or
bo*the neUffor! the part then the =: ( i a) : Palm Beach and Mohair, Kirchbaum's & Scb. .n man.,", II' TCOMPARISON
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rabies of t "story t'Outrudors"tUp17. r1 .YOU.K. .
4 { b41 the director gets j
se eel with i his players new Ideas '

pecteda changes are made. THE BOSTON STORE I
/"" S. witl .hU players before him ti .f '

-M.--, .oallses:' action that seems bet- !. j *: \ v# ** f C.
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Jewelers and EngraverS
ihed. tftere comes the task ofbung' t 214'l\lain Street.

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Myers Homes .Rsvcrvicw Dining for tIklr variable book: -tyjx- ioijci- \Tolates] BiiCode H;fing >tn Kirby wasfined'.J25; i for Luiidiag O&> ning an umbrella ia the hoQ.'it:
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; April! :; c UY.\: i SirnvUjr appears pocket ;aok ia yOUr
first has )
as been the custom in of an inth. ')ul,: tl'' clear m -.1, ; W. Wh'taharst the change of >cur
......."\ .< i the pas:, the maaagemeEt cf th' 111v ; free front mineral and air bubi'k-s. is \nnued trial of the! Tc-wn of But: : fer tue city end A'ttrnpv; Ly"4a' lip pOcket uwy 5tpp a roobef.'S
': .1"' @iview hotel has arranged for this u,ed. tort Myers n' Hrnry tJirby! bt-Jl an..Q. Stewart for the tkfena'lJt. p.4h1,.t. r,'

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who will; net only serve regular meals -
at popular! prices, but will! ts3: :ave :i r

thu a.Utd: feature 01 servin short: ordrrn -
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"uhf' h different luncheons .lubs of the ctydurinr : ,

the Summer months. ;
The hotel manage; realizing t
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places in the fit:' Uurl g the cn>- .H if
1 Ing Summer than have been available", ] ,
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Mica is used extensively in the
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seen It us cd in the ",. I l'I ows" ui lu* j I
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