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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 31, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00078
 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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41ST \'EAR-NO. 109 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA. TUESDAY AFTERNOON IAn1J( .R 192:%>>


Legion Official HereTo TLL MKK. 5500,000,000'pN i
POSTAL CHANGES'[ "Miss !
Aid War VeteransCharles Head !s

pN, TWO MORE si

A Sloane. national liaison 1 WIL .
GO INTO EFFECTONJPRIL15TH officer of the American Legion, arrived THAI r j ".1Iis>! Fort l 'i!

in Fort Myers! today and will + ,s I row for Saint /: '
make! his headquarters at the Legion \ will represent
home on lower Broadway where he ,the Ponce de

will take care of the claims of veterans YEAR held in that < : :

not getting proper attention .Mr_ Maude <' i 6
r from the government' : sent this city i

A smoker will be given at the I yv. nab prepared
.Classes and Service Charges I I Y \
'- s Legion home Wednesday evening In i 101' the t
Changed Radically in New Mr. Sloane's honor by the Rabe 0.t I Moving ('

I Postal Regulations Wilkinson Post the pageant!!: :

Liaison Officer Sloane and Post !1iee louooA people &

Adjutant A 11 laeley are old friends liration which
PENNY LOSES ITS POWER Veterans wishing to see Mr Sloane r}( :y. .. Tgiving;, : ;

r should get in touch with Adjutant tfJ 1 t1'.t Hies r.. l

,Postmaster Brecht Issues Statement Iseley at the Franklin Hardware Co I II will be ('(.-

Regarding New Rates -- -- --- lure, of
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IFORMER PIGGlY YILY r l ,tl i i ..r's a.

Numerous changes in postal rates VOTES i I

and regulations have been made and !I '

become effective April 15, Postmaster t KING STARTS COMEBACK'TOWARD ;
Brecht has NEW\ I (
prepared the following
Statement for publication: I II I 'I'II :

April"1. Tbe IS. 1925.changes become effective i l SELFSET GOAL I LAST '.

"2. There will be no change in the, I '
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rate of postage on government pos- (larence Saunders l...ll..wtni; Bankruptcy r. :S i I I ,
tal cards nor on any other mall of Frenzied [:
llatlle' of lear' Ipo Told !
the first class
"The rate on all post cards other >ame Wasn't, Ills linn I Made Itj 111(' I II .
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than government post cards will be t y t % Ax I I I

2 cents each, whether tbey bear written II, Ml: ern' feeMEMP1113 a? ; '. : With a small ; ;

or printed matter This rate will !: Tenn. March 21.-One gc [ state; and only '
also apply to each portion of doubleor year ago. Clarence Saunders, deposed in l
gaining ;
reply post cards. The postage on head of Piggly Wigglv rooted from -s- I! win Min, (, !i
the reply half need not be affixed his palatial home to a small apart- !farfamed j :
thereto until it is detached and mail ment in a hotel. He was bankrupt j I;putting forth '
ed for return This includes all cards after a legal battle lasting .six I Di w1 ; ride the issue
within the size for post cards whether months !1 The swell is I

or not they bear the words "post Clarence Saunders then rotes is I
made his "
card" or "private mailing card" P.PrVE nE11ER ACC. !!
famous tremendous
now prophecy:
Cards bearing these words, even A CHRISTMAS GIr7 telling what I
though not within the size for "In three years I will have made \
postcards ChARLES S\l=\HKKS iin i :
I 'ortI'l'rs !
will be chargeable with 2 cents three million dollars I can make a .. j
town '
postage If In print or the letter rate million dollars easily" I ,
sort interest
It wholly or partly in writing. lie was laughed at. I I ;
: 'frt'nzy. i is "
>fir llaislhfjitlon Hut I Till: M >:( ML JIIITICII : :\ > !
Saunders has
today completed Ii i TIlE INQUIRING "IIDTJL: Mlso\-: ( their friends" (
"3. On and after April 15 192:+. contracts for stores in 70 cities. I of i !
: totes
'mall of the third class will embraceall They will be scattered from Los Angeles I I The Special Iieteloiiiueut Edt I: I The lieu Irii-stwry hotel which I I P.ut:
matter now included in the third 'lion' of f the Furl Mjcrs Press is REPORTER Is every I
to Miami. Dallas to Saint Louis: : to lx creeled tin Jacksuu! and! ;: ing days is of I
and fourth classes up to and including lie is (lie source (I' riuny: roni|>IiiuenN v '. :
: operating stores in ten towns 1 ecnnd streets lij \\ I' l-ruiklln. ; candidates I f
& in while paid| Oils (111I1't"' It Is printed 1'arA Aay h. a.l. a gw.linr .r J"rn' are :
ounces weight the new and cities outside of Memphis where onhli.li real .InUI, ea tae rlrrN tot t..rt Is to W named 'the Hotel Fdi.euin I: : before were till' I '
fourth class will include all matter his eight!: part'nt .stores are flourish- grade book stock and |mr- yler.. : (.inner <>f Fort' Myers' foremostritlrn .ti that the" late ,'
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formerly In the third an.1 fourth ing. |j !rays flirnneh news" picture undlory I and ".rl.I' tamuiis In- ;:
discovering
classes over 8 ounces In weight and ..f the 'truth about Fort Mj- < tmn f'n'ur' i;i
Independent Other }ne> : Did you like! the Pre sSpecial become k< '
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not exceeding 70 pounds in the first. And he not operating on borrowed irs' the CIfy of Palms.Ilnnderds Development Kdition' lir. Franklin and Iii. son. Pan! : new energv I',

second and third zones, and not exceeding money; the corporation bearing his | 41' extra: copies were Where .\.Lf'd: Around town.1C. i franklin were discovered by a !been at it ; '
0 SO pounds when mailed for name has not one bank indebtedness; oM delivery in any of the other zones has i >hit: edition left the }press and :'has on 'the 4"f the structurend
bt' not depended on anr' person I served his apprenticeship in a plans nen ; termlned not to I
"4. The rate of postage on all matter -, for advice or counseL j hundreds fir more ordf'.j"'or alldJlI"mal ;print shop I want to congratulate the : they itnnoHoced .that the I i l final davs :
embraced in the new third class' -la I copies lime poured in on anasement of Press tlerfrtail' AM/jrd had when hi. i I'I. '
two more years I will have ; the Fort Myers tect their .
will be m! cents for each 2 ounces I' made that three million dollars," ilie Press oftUe 10da,. on tbe fine d development edition prirt- consent to tut In;; tie! fit)'.. lanrrst I |those! present
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up to and Including 8 ounces into Saunders said.' St yesterdey.. The pees work com-i and! moat modern hotel l bear : 1 is .
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: weight except that the rate on books) *Bytne time' I am' SO1 f "wif'l have -'--+'-4eIttFOa''and arrangement of articles hU name '::;'win one :

t catalogues, seeds cuttings, bulbs made $500,0,000." fNE\vi--\ 'were all good as were the news,matter 1 be given away ,
roots, scions and plants shall continue tDEFIN r.,1
lIe said it with all the calmness | and feature stones. I. considerIt -- ---- --.- )campaign ; ; t
to be 1 cent for each 2 ounces on1I&rc..11I i
fine publicity for the city.
with which he had
formerly negotiated : ;. i f lot every (' :
not
exceeding 8 ounces in ii I
$5,000,000 deals for Piggly i ISEARGHING PARTIES I secured in the
Velght. Wlggly He seemed to believe he SEABOARD ACTION K.:: iC. nobbi't: "The Fort M>ers i 1 be the votes 1
"'. The fourth-class '!
present pound would do ]it. Press got out a splendid newspaper II I| mobile. They
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rates according to distance or zone ,, I jesterday afternoon and the fact
"It's he said.I succeed-
easy am
EVERGLADfS between
SCOUR race
will apply to all matter weighing I EXPECTED ,I that a large number of (copies are be- :
Ing at a faster rate than I would IN 10 DAYS ., tain It is that '
more than 8 ounces, except that of '
still head of Piggly Wiggly. leg sent out of town means much close, :
the first and 'second classes, and in !I 11 sueI I (valuable: publicity for the City of markably : :
1950 I will be ten times as great' I will he l needed
addition thereto there will be a ser-j; Palms The stories, advertisements FOR MISSING ARMEN! !
jcess as I would if I had not experienced Rail: Official Held Conference' Mon I The campaign
vice charge of 2 cents for each parcel and numerous illustrations show that :::
reverse in my fortune"I dillIrht: With tlty'u ,clcs Saturday
except" upon parcels originating I J ,}not only the newspaper but the city
A contest is Saunders' greatst< de- Committee, {stroke of seven
on rural routes, such charge: to be : are doing things." l.uthnm: tiers Hushed U saint
I llght .As a boy. he nays he was the candidate
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prepaid In the same manner as the e lVt -rs!burg Far llnnl' In
j"against everything. although ex- :Mcnday night a conference I ,subscriptions.
regular postage. Parcels mailed onj: was A. S Lindenfeld: "I want to compliment Florida Uilds
held between campaign '
rural routes should be Indorsed"mailed J, 1 President R. A Hen- I the Press! on the mechanical ;
1lbstive. derson jr. {'-ol. J. W, I ._ .. any more reports
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on"rural route" in order' that'I Blanding andJ. 'appearance of Its development edition Ins I The "l "rlatr Prr )
I tennis, boxing and-the other hardier K. Hendry jr.. representating theFt SECRJ='G. March 31-The silence aad all !;('
the parcels will show that they are !;which was fine. I consider! this edl-j. ,
exempt from the service charge. sports. His keenest delight is in >rt Myers chamber of commerce, ion an enclycopedia of Fort 1\11ers''l lot the Everglades Into which: they ,, will! be placed in

Special Handling I meeting the other fellow on even aad an official of the Seaboard AirLine and one which will result in much vanished on an aerial photographic I J Ion the closing j'( f

"8. Parcels to be given special(I grounds and outmaneuvering him. railroad company, and at thatmeeting I i good when broadcasted as is being expedition three days: ago was\ today I f i All candidates
Itefnse-i (hrlstm flute. it looked as though guarding the news of the whereabouts quaint : s
handling will be chargeable with the'1" I everything done by the publisher and citizens '
regular fourth-class rates together I Saunders says that he has never will probably come out all "I This splendid newspaper will help of Capt R. A. Smith and K- P. rules of tbe (' { ,

with the 2-cent service charge and asked advice of anyone. He has j I right Within ten days, it is expected Fort! Mjers to grow"j j Lott. commercial flying photojraphcrs i' they understand i
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25 cents additional postage on each not learned to be dependent an announcement of definite action -I subscriptions I

parcel, all to be fully prepaid by He refuses to accept Christmas I I by the Seaboard will be an- 50 Killed When Moscow'!'I Nothing has been heard from themembers !,; check evenly

_, sumps affixed Such parcels should gifts or birthday presents. He never I I!I oonnced. of the aerial searching ex-i sealed envelope ;
be prominently indorsed by the sender gives them. lie has never written a |I It was sated by the Seaboard officials Trains Hit Head On !I peditions yesterday sent out from name on it and

"special x handling." preferably' ''in',Christmas card. He prefers to get I'!I that directors meetings were I- ,,HUleah and Sebring. Fear is ex- the ballot box on I

the space Immediately below the postage for himself those things that he ] now being held and that at these ... Frr") preed i tint they were forced to land fore the clock

sumps and above the address. wants. I|I I meetings the policy of the road as I MOSCOW. March 31.-More than in the Everglades. ,; contestant failing
"1. The*permissible written additions And yet he is not a money-seeker I to the extension to Fort Myers would i ir fifty persons were. killed or injuredin Stuart Myoer. southeastern representative Krriptiana in by ;; ; '
to mall of the third and fourth lie says he wants mosey; but he$I r be definitely decided and soon tht're-1 I a head on collision between the of the company which em-i for no business j'T.,

classes, respectively may be placedon I' wants .it for what money will do after announced. Tashkent express and a Moscow ployes the two fliers today plannedto the ilreine night .
either' third or fourth class rather than for personal pleasures.For I I As the Press sees this It means suburban train last night. The disaster direct the aerial search from Saint'' ballet; box when

or. on both. pleasure he works. Night automobile I that there is no change in the situation I is one of the worst in Moscow's :: Petersburg fliers having been rushed j charge ,

"8. The provision of ;maut'r'l rides of from 20 to 40 miles I I but that it is up to Fort Myers I history and occurred: about a mile .there, from New York with planes ton I I I
(b). section 453, Postal have been his main recreation since'''''to, go ahead and raise the balance of ,;from the capital tae cop.I I famm.\\s: : : : {

Regulations, permitting the acceptance he started his "comeb ck.: But he I'I ilhe money needed for the right of|'I The lack of derricks made difficult : I .

of sealed parcels for mailing says his greatest pleasure is work. I|' way and terminals in this city and I I the work of extricating the victims ('VMP Mn.TiM C: ("(HUM C; I I The purchase ;

at the fourth-la.. rates of postage,J(, Saunders is free from the compia-{I have It ready by the time President ,,pinioned under the wreckage. i j I Dennis of : : I
when they bear the'prescribed print I cent attitude of self-satisfied Warfield conies down and makes his I 1{i f Thursday night at the tabernacle hand park ,
ed return card of the sender and the He often take a broom from an mpn'l I announcement" as to what his company ,"-l :COKI> Cmil OK BLUK B1SS in Fast 1lortI'ers: a camp meeting ;Malay by M A,
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indicia as to contents and opening 1 ploye and sweeps an entire will do So every person who One of the largest catches of bass will'' commence which will be held :''tfc' Shultz. : (;

tor postal inspection will be applicable ,, rearranges fruit in a display case, or I I has not yet made their contribution, '; was mare at Lake Trafford Sunday every day and night until further I. Ian 51 in the
to all third-class mall except cirrnlars '- :'tells' a customer the merits of a 10- or who can afford to Increase hisI 'by Walter Ware Frank Keating and notice sold to John
and other miscellaneous printpd )cent can of vegetables.i I I i subscription should do it at once and ,John }I. Williams. Rev John L. Stevens will have citv I !:

matter. i|: \ Heads ItwomrueBdatktn' i j I thus take care of the guarantee made I I i Twenty black bass were hooked rharse: of the preaching services and $1,500.

Must Have >ew Kate' I i I I9. I "Big ideas must be aggregations of I I i ii by the chamber of commerce weighing on an average of S pounds everybody Is invited to attend I :
I ELKS: TO I>
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Perishable articles of the third i smaller ideas, he says "A man !I
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Mass may be forwarded or returned ', may say *I will conquer the world/I I WHEN ""JAZZ BABY" FACED BAR OF JUSTICE An installation I
rated with the postage therefor to bet(but if he faasnt planned for every ,

collected .on delivery la the same .I emergency through attention to de- I, '&JTr Fort Myers Elks I I
manner us perishable fourth-class tail his big idea will not go through.- :, nesday evening
A. JDaIl. I Saunders' is aj The attendance :!I
I. philosophy largely o s dollars and
-10. All matter subject to the Increased "roll your own" attitude towardlthings t 1t 'I,
nonnced today tr: : I
rates on and after April 15.1J25 ,. I in general, lie never accepts ;, trr would be made; : ',; i
must bear the required ; j or rejects a man on another's recom-I. '
It mailed under permit! poIItae'l mendation. He doesn't read re'om-j I i r eral membership

stamps affixed In (' jmendations anywhere, he says. present __ i j'! !
the provisions of section 452. Postal i i He silently; ."cusses out" himself i i
Laws and Regulations the permit Indicta \: more frequently' 'than he chides any'I' THE 'V I,

must ot course.: show the proper employe.''I' He tries to tear down his, ;v. .1IJTH !' '

amount of postage paid. own Idas before he puts them Into -Q'I' \

4 "11 The rate or' postage on publications fffect |t I t ,.,!
entered as aecond-ciass matter j He never tells Jokes because he .
when sent by, others than the I does not remember them and he has I!'

publisher or''news agents,. shall be Sao i|I time for originating them. lie I

cents for each i. ounces ,or fractionthereof I I|!.huta'out of his mind everything. he : !
for weight not exceeding doesnt need to remember. \I :

ounces and:tor weighs of such III ,He likes a strain of music or watt j I :"

ter exceeding,8''ounces the rates opostage t of perfume to reach' him when he Isi _, ,/J.-.: ,
prescribed for fourth classnatter working. Noise doesnt annoy him.' i|I Here Is the scene of the "Jazs baby's fight for freedom the courtroom el J'Jdge: Harold Londerback in San For tlorida> :

,shall,'be applicable thereto. ."And .they told me I' didnt even I i' Francisco, where Dorothy EUingson. 16. is on trial for killing her mother. Figures in. the case are: ((1) Syl'toiter 'i l nesday, light '

"12. The Insurance fees on parcel I have my 'own name a year ago" he<| \ McAtee and (t1( Alexander Mooslin, defense attorneys; (3) Dorothy EHInjson.; (4) William Murphy and {i north portion; &

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THE: FOET aTEns: mr." *. FORT 11TH:S. FLORIDi etat the, Fra' ktr..M:. d atsae .

l'HE-F. tero ever devised. But it IS betting and it IS I .- -., .. -, I!! o'tloek. ... .. ".e1 r' ,g'at :;
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'thrtatutes Tlorida : .
ambfing ugh &aSaIV > '
ia.aid Dan7.:eiorpt'Sishdi c) at rhe Pro- Bafldlnc. UT Jackao ,' < >< lIIonr wt11 'bt e'lM* at
t .'Stn.U y rt Mjrcnn KlorxU.E > state that such betting and gambling are violations -Ii'A I + i) ,!Legion Home atT. ,0 .flonr ,
f the law. : "i .
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(honed rte : : Charles ;AT Sloaa*
TH FORT MYERSPJIESS, Incorporated i MOver at Saint: Petersburg and in Tampa* :. ':J. national .JbhlOft .-o<< cu-of

CEO1:4l.4J1UStaE'nlrtIs'ser..iad: Uearril Xanjsr- they have been havingdcjr races, with betting : tbe'' AmmcaD' Lesion" who 'Y1ttbfr1n!
t on the results going on openly. Associated Press :: 'Fort Myer senral' days adj 1>stVeterans'
EiiterM-aa
Retook :
ckwn man
from offlcal .urt 1t1'en Florida,matter unrtee c)stank. Art of U.Match, ISM 1.:a la.1.to f dispatches: a -fevr days ago told how the great :: ( claims. .
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Babe Ruth, King of Swat hatllo.-"ta" handed del-i "
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a a wveklrT .. prr Xes.ber Z. 1114 sea a.I I l' i .
i f ..IIF 's5 11,1s1r,, lars in one aftemeon on the dog races. It is no : ; i OQ Yov Quo CoHffREkt- -eeead1S'emaa's .. J
moment to us that the Babe loses a hundred : 4f BOY / I i1 R31 'tbe ekb' fA FortI-'Nets
t MEMBER Of) TH8 ASOtUTED ITAZIOrtFpR ; 4
;: : PRESS ., last meeting of the
Amodafod' ; I dollar or wins a thousand. It is of concern, however -) lPS [ win hold the
Th Heal IB iirh sr rtr<...tltit the cw" for sva : 'the rcvcMwatloa of all .ew* dwpatchn erMlt .. it or Mt .O rcre ,I'l that the laws of the state are openly flouted j or Spriest seaairn .* 3:00".pm.:, at t
--- m4,<. tbYr..s. ..per-.a. ,alao tb, .local m**i puttU.d i ,home at Mrs. W. U. WaHMe.TainiamiT
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h4-f0. and the governor at Tallahassee! the county officials Laws Af- 1 i
l' ....AU teserr.rtcht..r.j' : lkatbaior !p dal.dkpateb.1 wets ...r.V in the counties. and the people as a majority j I Program: FlorWa. ;

srgscnirrIia i UTtS :;: i 4 stand.by complacently and in the knowledge! that ;I .Jtiff }:feetieg;" ChBdren.r ,- -r-t...-

fa ts.r o.w.P.' 0IarIatt., fhttdde l.r. c.nOar- the laws are not being enforced H I I 1 t ; 1: ; ; p.mon-tratia' .bt Jn J JtJMM'

0.. .aLII'ra.t nradry Cb...: L-I, .;'o J J ,CNIO tatty: Uonth and Hcr7_Cotta,a .UI+ 'In the opinion of The Herald however the: T ieme. .%:s4 Ip...: m.1' 1u .

Thr.e D.. Moatls.L: .ue.uw- L._; ;.>. II US* J .Tone Wz; ?tontLs Mentiu._.- 1.1.La I majority of the people of this state do not want 1 >y "trip gfre a salad.4eroon< tni J

I i_ lies Tar .... t 0T.u c..H !racetrack: : betting or betting cr boxing bouts, or; ; / i iianFtiteT. -
"' "" gambling acv other sort. .- '
'Ib. 1ye.kiy rartYrM: :NTe. .
). rrt8a Ose 'The c V
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; w.. x. q ).L YAA.Pr-c" scat 3toab.$1-U I "Over at Palm Beach they will show you a Thj ': : Third
greati'b'uilding' whe-a all rts'of playing for oe Lt r2 1 j -Tbf() and V .iM m*e: at the j
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SUSTAINING MEMBSR'| stakci goes on-in violation of the law. They : l>>,ritia bolD at 7-" o jtk_
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,will tel you that only persons from outside this P f3..
,., -- L N.TIONAl''EDm\ > (\L19Za | :! tate are allowed to play: those games of cl1anc I 1 001 l 1'rs t Hat I\

r ;% J 9- i[Why Are we ta license: others to do that which = Pans Evening
forbid ourselves? Is the law to lie against
:' ;l- : .' : :M. 100 'ASsofuTIC-N'! "! we ,
> .' 'the peopleof: Florida and not against those who

I VcmUr >!t .tjirr. 3 t1( paptr..r..n..Jatr .bswlatJ... come to the state to sojourn with us? The law i is yor

Ne&er'Flerlda'Pre .{ts.elaG... no respecter of person. or is nat: intended to be. S.

: 3I..lIer"'l1erW: Alienated Datki "Why let the big lawbreaker go and hound I =s(\ Cs 0 5'-
) eaibrr Stub riorida Frets ASSOtbD.a. the negro who "shoots craps'"
"Florida doesn't have to license meannessto S_

Tutstla: Aitert sii; .March. j31, 19Z5. \ gain the presence of visitor here in the winter

time. The vast of these good people
BIBLE' THOUGHT FOR TODAY ] majority are s
who cornel; here to enjoy brisht sunshine
*'Better than silver and' Gold:-'i I our
'jparkKng rraters and outdoor d \"ersion. e
tGodliness'with contentment 'is great
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They are not porte.
"g in. For brought nothing into
we "Let Till Juana in Mexico, Havana in Cuba,
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this ahijt is certain,we can carry nothing
a ; ., other 'spijrgoty town that wants the'sprtipg'
or nay :
out. rAnd haying jood and rainment, let us thers-
class take them. Florida doesn't need
with be content 1 Timothy 6.6 7. S.
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,them. and if the law-enforcing body of each

THE .rOKfSVElW. : : PKESS. rLATFOKM i!I (county, and the governor of the state, would do I
their I full duty Florida wouldn't be smirched by

-, 'p u.nllara.i LWIB: A...* Iat)...: j their presence-: '* f
:IX Wafer .Softemlof! riai i Ur M..Ir>!al hater ( i ri
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\Kbcf rraat Ba.lerarL< + I,. Enforcement: ,of prohibition has been an!! --- r.- 1
)Yee BrWp l..C'rHffDttlt'- ''eroluti "1. At the first the most important prob- I IF,..... "- J

.: JtHpt'r Rher: Channel t* Frtilde Entraar lor 1 i]lent.was.the control of the vast amount of bonded i Funny Tales Broadway
Of Vrfiet" and Tinsel
urea. C..laff T."I. .'1 liquors; left over from license days. Warehouses COMING EVENTS '1

'fanprtJ.. .! Lee e..t,'" System II' B..*... \ were robbed and frequently there seemed to be Waiters Hear -, "Is nothing ia all the i j
'Cespletloi'.f'Tstalami' Trail sad l.rt Mjer-r, :.collusion with guards. Permits for withdrawal) i ii TaeMlaj. Tbirt.t l't THERE of rnvHtoerr ao charm.,_ .
tq feminine :
Palto Rear nlgh;f.eaaUfkalie.flllshw.rs. t i I were secured by men who should not have had ---
i i i as the evening' bat. 1"aJhida
'T'HESE funny stories, \Vaiier Li tic steak !
gathered good The lce County Federation of i twomen'
UrUdln riaaUa of theme.I
? ? Permits were counterfeited actively !i ii I J- by "Smart Set" and printed ia ] Well, then I want some." ; pM-iaUz;: in feminine adornmentatwara ;
CeeanitPalni ales> TamUml Trail Hear armsLG.aatw i frequently. Aided by the additional legislation its issue Nabs will meet at %:H p.rat tnelu l.-* in tbe roUeetion
I!! May were supplied by (j "La iD, you !know the doctor J
at the home of Miss M. M. Gard .
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..< C--U.BlBr at K jal rain along Haynes worked out a system which has ro-I well-known waiters along Uroad- j I says red meat is tad for cote""TVtter. Sf hr prominent desigars. m.DuantKr i;
.. JMr. :' show that behind I : I will have the steak. nor corner" of Le and Sfteutl j j of these, IeH htfu! ctmcocttons j
Ifeireger is..leu'I. t* l".nta IUs a. the leakage from bonded warehouses to an way. They the j! |streets. for lire theatre or tie
blank faces of the who iI |
tall 1:... t. East Ca,t. insignificant trickle. Almost co real bonded :!r men bring j ..
us meals rcir.tU keen to regulars Broadway
i; our are seethe Among ray on '
r liquor is reaching the bootleg trade at the presenttine '! comical side of t MR. FRANKLIN'S HOTEL, : i ij I life :i blowing about their successes. The. Elisabeth Benov.I Bt society I :bnaiD model iHnstrated. It is
| j I I :1&&_ oter a, soft foundation vitlizKl
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I j The second problem was that of home brew. One is an Eagliskmaa wig meet at %:J9 p. m. at the' home
/We LWhiJe' a great foreigners still make raisin I At a hotel in Ata=ti< City "Oho, old top!:* he said! one.day ,of Mr*. A. K G. Parkinson. Dean f. s .or trrtdesewit triaatn.roaaiag ?:
want OU.readers" to grasp the full riig- zany f f'wine ""'hm I pTyed' "OtheKo the o a high!: petit in front.
where I worked, for yo'JB? 1
nit cane of the story of the splendid nehotel and some people still attempt to make beer I there: was a youngcouple some who time.had j j i audience: took MHDAt to Part important business wBI be .lOrit rrtvrt. softly rolled Is brovsbtB

jrfhich,the Franklin's are, to give this- ear to the in the kitchen, this problem:: has nearly solved j; been married las month She I leave the theatre." tral'adt"d.:: totsfrat.e litway around(o the forming fare: a The tx-

/people of, Fort. Myers -anexclusive story in ytsf itself hams brew simply= was not a success. Its came down to one roomi i The other actor gjbnccd at him. liar Of V.*'** a h.4fc r in day:, wee.ata
L ; terdayV big special development edition -of :'ther :. not( today a considerable factor in the situation'i tag, looking very jrkx my. Every j "Was he tare". .ha asked.' ; hats ataapo then and the
time her bcsband made an iaquiry I \\ Klr ... .
tiThe third Mayday. t tuv -.soli for fashion has -* Ji
? problem was that cf
.... Foit MyersPress* Wewant you to take yeiterday's smuggling sh back with
came ;: a short! J
As real Yocr story' cf tie two sicart- sal of approval on Trtt tror t>traeadtt
,- .big turn to the section and bonded liquors disappeared. from the I stuck .
news answer. around The Fort Kiwaais
paper pretty j I alecs alto r'> jute l tae to tell Vrerii : c'Bb will Si>nn r :uj Strxaitr.
read again carefully the biggest story on its froatr -waifcetj therein fleet appeared: off the American, .close. t. see -AUt the outcome' : the orcfctrstra to >,:ay "March: of the
i .ue-the'8toryttiat tells you that by December Thorp A great deal of the intoxicants put ashore'from '+i ....aId be, and ller he had insisted !' Wooden Soldiers" wti-e: they" tried --- --- ..
..S fifteenth; W. P. Franklin will have ready for-oc this: fleet was reallv ncthin bat moonshine tine and again Fhe fioaliy! [ to carry on wha tWir steak, tt- Outbarts of Everett True By Condo'f
broke into tears,, and cried _
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.. cupancy at' the corner of Jackson' and Second liquor colored and labelled with false names. "Charles, if ever< I dream again ;| send the impossible steak back sCte N ::ei7A ( 's PaQE N -
... streets ten-sto-y: and roof garden 'strictly modern Nevertheless: off the northeastern coast, in that you have kissed another wo- ;; just because he had already lent A2 'u lD AuYvH (Z RIGHT TNtR6
I hotel: the.erection. of. which will cost $750- Florida and elsewhere smuggling soon grew to an man. HI never\ speak to* you as '!1 it. 1'1R, TtZuC, f Y Zt+ G
? 000.00. Having fully grasped this big"bit of the alarming!S and irritating proportion. This menacei long as I lit. So. there. "Yes, yes. .G. 03.** i TYPGwFZ17cRt ,
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story. we want you< to read further very care. i I has in recent months been greatly reduced and ;
1 fully to the.end-of the article. You will soon see with the addition of the Icrmidable fleet of destroyers -' We have at the swell family !i Th matron at the higit-dass. i
and hotel where 1 work a woman and I i hact-.ckr: betel was sayi. to anew iI
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that we iniean*just what we say when we state! scecially constructed motor boats J her husitaad who arc the joke of I ariira!: .
that Sir. Franklin-'is going to GIVE this hotel to provided by Congress, the smuggling problem! teho!. dining room. This is a "Xo. hat 'OIT)'. but ue cant possiMy -
: FortI11)ers. You*roil! see also.that you can have will soon practically disappear:: : as a cause of se- saaiple .of their conversation, any !I acrcHtmoCate _. We oaly: I
t i ycur part of it One of the finest things about'It' 'ricus: annoyance. Smuggling over the line from night: ': take :a ''n; t<- i-vatlrnr...n."*
(Canada 'wfll increase -I think HI hate steak Uofti ht." "(",rat'J-; : -t. wnr aa'" saM the
the is probably somewhat
whole'proposition that the of this as sea.
people
Uut Laura I have the -. ta: I
heart-
: man; \ vJo juu thick I =jz T H :
I 'II i smuggling decreases. ?
) city are to have the' opportunity to secure stock'' !.urn.." Twins?" -
in this newt hotel$150.000.00 dollars worth of I t r -
t the preferred.stock.,and with this half as muchof SCHOOLS NEED THE BIBLEA The Old Home Town By: Stanley f / jI

the common:stock. It is this phase of it that

will make.the new.structure,"our.hot el" in very year ago we asked what was wrong with KNEW you'll t3C ASKING .
fact. We wantour-readers to.thoroughly under-i[:the Bible that it should be forbidden to teach _- .l.' FOR IT A5 USUAL, 'gp .

stand this that they may take advantage of this I it in the schools of so many of our states and. L u 6 ma iH Aq .. SAVED YCCJ 5OMG
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opportunity. t'' 3' / !'that it should be neglected'in so many of the ca"Cou.D' T.rsoot, "' TnsoDPMVAaa- GAYs 4 TRoiIOLC ANV 'THEi !

r. Such men 'arWj; P. Franklinarid( his son, .':others. We never get a satisfactory:: answer. 1D w.ara e ,a o1 r EXPKT 51t J t>vtsf T'StJ2ft3t1S i= -5 OtM'iC.SOME TIr4.
Mr. Paul Franklin, who 'i.4 following in his fath 'No one ever told us why other religions, can be L.. ta.r' -ivi oTlY Tb a. QttT pocLOC'CHAWO t>i. l sATS r'rkpAat ( HUNtiNG. uP 1TAq 1$

er's footsteps)'are, 'an asset.tp their home town taught and not the religion:; of the Bible. Most Is CROSS-tt'ORO' ?ut2e.no.

Mr. Franklins.' ,vision gave' us the present Frank- of u* do( not believe Buddhism or Mohammedism >yeN YOtj WILL No'g ;

lin Arms.a"hotel: f )"hichh2l:$ been such a credit and most of us do believe in Christianity; tMY : Z 1+AV ,

to thjf'.eityj:. i forjthe. pastt;fifteen months. In this yet the former religions are made a subject of t

enlarged,and iremodded building, Mr., '''Franklin ,study without raising any outcrv whfit. Ch-i t .
has demonstrated that he not only understands ,tlanity ordered out. That we can't cntlcr ai d 1 n ..!; j
FortlyeD*,need! i .butthat. he, knows just how either., We have had a lot of letters attacking i s

-... a first cla.tis.hotetshouid-ope ated. The new us for urging public-school teaching of the Bible,

hotel which he is,to:erect will fill a need'of the but in none of them was a good reason given fer a

hour and it will be.& great credit to this city. Mr. not ,teaching it. How .discouraging; it is when -_ -- -.._ LuCRK@fl ,lY i i3tIr
: Franklin is,being commended on-all sides for his,men will attack a Teacher for the mistakes made j j'r.

r Treat,vision, .and for the faith he is showing jnFortJMye by his pupils, and rule out of the lives of the t

young the finest princinles of daily living that

.- Once: in tee 'want.to emphasize that our have yet been offered to men. They are so J r'R

... readers get bu.qv'at'once that they may get their needed l. too., If Christmas: means to you anythingmore
share
:', this big enterprise.WHAT .,.. give' some thought to the moral and religious'
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a: :I.; : training of the children. When enough of yon

ABOUT THE LAW AGAINST BETTING i get to\thinking about it something will be done. Lli1 M.11, AOMT iARAM PEABOOxi tnnTe.
,>> The records of the criminal: cccrU prove that it' _''a PUT OTEV %MMJCEVcAS :@ B'US :c%. i P"W 514.L

The'<I ae.tt rLe TrLrwr e

reached out:.desk. From it we clip the following Housekeeping. _ I
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i "According to'current news reports two MOM-TV: POP SOONER OR LATER It

more Flo da.tow-rut will have racetracks in operation -I By "Taylorsr S St

-for*horseracing next: 1V 1ter. ,At '; "
Tampa: AMt4-AMV-ML.r kc'r ; _-i i -.....I'I rr "'- ,0l 47 jVE:
the Tampa' Jockey Club has been fanned 'andIover'at'Sarasottt'they'aie I I ..- ) ; V
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el : FlN3&SuTCRK n"5 .i: .t) atr4tEit t
; 'talAing about building I ; Mcat..Ca:4 l '
A EAr Sw-o.1 c -.a -,.' S\I l EU's& ,
a racetracfc;xjnd having,. race meet with the MCTNr.R2 vnaLEroi'J tfruc t i4.5' .L"gM.V iF I R r

principal: stakes to bethe the Sarasota Handicap! t 'r N W t: t tAti' O lf:: t2Y 50 a YFRpM'fHc & piEC FPiE"t" _tvL S aPR
pur ..$123,000. whIch., by theway, is a bigger P..z
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xunri tllaals paid or has.ever been tpaid by any \ Nit{ PlEt "TICE v THV

of the stellar racing events of the country. including .

s. the Futurity" the Saratoga Handicap. 4h& t tR iJ { a N

f.f Brooklyn,' the-Suburban: the Kentucky Derby or t
any other. -But }.at's that; ie1e 1 ,
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Itis' no'conernor"ouis) how many 'racetracks Y

are.,bu 1t..or how big the purses. that are

offered.' t. i. ", r

:But/ atis the -concern of. every lawabiding :

man and'vrtmanTin.Florida: to see?to ,it ,that the
of laws'against gamUUng.-which includes, and plainly -

.;, I V betting onhoTeraoeare enforced.
+ '. ""Over at Miami lug' race meet is being held. .idyl/ f h }

S. .5. The'hanr.the jadmutuel'system oFbetting s ,

::;:veguc>at'the. track. .It is.the'fairest_betting sys1 %

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wi8 %%. Marked with a design by means I II IIof I II .
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M as a7 $s. Vessel used for washing clothes.
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tl ss is 55. groove within the ear. :
1 sti ss 56. Humbug. > A Genuine SilverEversharp -'
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62. To mimic.
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for corn or floor or coaL ,
Presses. i
!era winter aatama and .,* Tidier. The W. M. U. of the First Baptist II'
church were hostesses at a lovely
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Measure of cloth. party at the home of Mrs. IL P. RanI I
nk dog fashion. I. To be sick.
fee measure of a plan re ,tt Steps used for ascending a fence. noon.som on The Park party street was yesterday In honor I We are Proud of
t Rock containing metal. ladies of the church. aner-I I
jc liquid mea..,*. ,L 5 Point of compass. I Following a delightful !Ii
part. of the neck.ak. 18.; Shaping machines. music and readings, delicious :., RUSSELL PARK
I { *. l.: Garment used to protect the ;freshments of salad punch and sand-
Btrath. drew. '
'wlches were serred. I
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tor of Cape of Good Hope I to it and be
of it
1 w. :. see proud too. We want you to
tt3i .-, Words That True""Service" I
i vj an heavy em. soil, "Ring j i i come out and admire it-see the vast develop-

.(especially bait- bob). and "friendship" are two words l II ment program being put in with all possible

& laad.ea that "ring true" when they are spoken of the II'!
speed. We know that
Cald. Lee County Bank Title and Trust Co. once you see Russell Park
nth note la scale II
sera Test and'coat. I We are proud of the fact that our steady I! that will realize it is the ideal development.
you
>plac* wher a judge work growth in the past years has been due not to I I';' I
f. what we have said of ourselves. but what our I
tera measmre. friends have said about us to their friends. I II III

worm. -r'T'- This unsolicited "word of mouth" advertis. : : I SO .1//
ui&t. ing done by our present satisfied customers has : I
rt (source of Indiga)" been the strongest factor in building. up this in ;r I
sp* klls.htioa stitution. ilr
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els). .. I an we are offering to
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We want YOU with us, too..f' II;
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' II: give anyone who has not already purchased a lot
ked (town eaadidat or

;k fund'Often.). ,. Lee County Bank, Title in Russell Park, a genuine silver Eversharp Pen .

e aril ztsIUr t* a c1oaker. f I II ..'. cil. The only obligation you have to fulfill is to -, '

."e&poa..uc atmmu.aussea...UOLu *?.- _-_0 .J .-. and Trust Co.: 1'1' ; :' ;.:> come out and look over "The Million Dollar Suburb :< .. .-.:: :

--.. The Home for Savings." 7I < :\,.4 ," and tell your friends about it. r

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Homeward Bbuncl.orim :,AC.:. HOW TO GET THERE : -.. ,

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t ,' Drive out First street east on Palm Beach ;f :' .

? 'rfdwil Highway, through East Fort Myers\ for ten min- .'


l m Deluxe ThridaTtain' I utes, until you come to the big orange Russell t I .'


T. Chicago-St. Louis. Ii'' r., ;,. Park sign on the left-You can't miss it. Just "

The Horidan caters especially to those who demand III' straight out First street, east. ;. I
9 the utmost in travel comfort and convenience. The '
Iif many special features incorporated in this solid 1'1 <:;

PullmanalUteel train are the result of years of studyof r" .: '" .
high-class travel requirements. Observation,. F RUSSELL PARK :
d club and dining cars. Valet and maid service. 'I

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Auditing Bookkeeping and Accounting r'ASH\ONS\ ( S ; d: 1 =ri l 1= LARGE ACREAGE? !


5( JI a lj HENRY C. COOPER iii, i Fort My- I, '"

COLONIAL, HOTEL / .. d REPRESENTINGSeminole r We have 150.000 acres closeto =

Unless Teething helped Realty Co., ,i! ers. Lots of timber. Very good terms. _

Telephone Fort 170 Myers.: Florida P. O. Box 833 babies the demand Inc. Price 20.50 per acre. .
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and Speculator: I IIe8fl. .
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A J far would not be I, The road to money meters leads : 6-room bungalow on Seminole Avenue. '
I daily/ directly to me. Everything:; : I of- -
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1 ""') ,..' Mother! Don't.t frantic whBaby i I i fcr has the O. K. stamp. I= Lot 100 by ISO. Price $4,500. Terms. s

: Dr. Geo. NasganaVETERINARIAN ltl \\. I is feverish. Jo*,: give Teetlriiia : If you have anything good l"t I :: Good -
according; to dit'f'rtlonsnd :you we handle it for yon and then : Lot in Altamont Park. &200.
i i i '- will be truly' grateful: for the relief I! watch results. Let's ,RO:: I 5
It fires "" 'f'O ;you see bow quickly terms.
Trench i
and American Graduate 4 vet Baby-is nailing snit playful nuaui. I : _
Rabies Vaccination 1 f[;. ; Teethina Is a 1'by'.icon a prescrip i --I:. Bois vard 1-2 _
Lee County ,
Tags Furnished tion. It has stood the test of three 1 I, ,: 55 acres, ? -

34 years practice Y generations>nd more each and lay is tour l era! ComoreL'ouatipati 1i mile frontage. $100.00 per aa-e. Terms. _-

810 Anderson Ave.I o. t!olJs, Indigestion. ..i,. .
Sourness situ Gas Diarrboea *fl i EXCURSIONS Ii
I u each symptoms amour tables. It ::1 PALM CITY REAL1Y CO. !
I i costs oily SOc. yet: millions of moth-
,.- h en know its priceless value in keep1r ..- PHONE 479UNDER =
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W. V. Smithwick : Babe -welt I .
1 nel."". W D'.naof! ; Kingston:: 0... i SEND FOB USEFUL: Daily Except Sunday i GRAND CENTRAL IOTELFREIGHT =
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pt.. ,. inated by President FREEr ::1
Attorncyat, Law I I "i n.m Booklet About Babitt
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; Land For I VISITS I i Leaves 8:00 n.m.; return GtM v..m.i tl I
Sale in !
I : o .1) CITY OF PALMS. i Tampa-Fort MyersfuergladesSteamer
1 IOWA e7RYaX I It f I Four hours on Sanlbel Beach I, !I

5981 .
The houseboat "Pastime" with r. q
Everglades
by For Building Construction Bound trip to SanIbel. $1-Z0 i
Shawcross & Garmon <- L Rawson and -family of Chicago onboard I IIi .
I arrived in the harbor Sunday I and i Kouti; trip to Captira, E2.:# i: Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Thursday

rjthtan Building Tie Sprig tafflfur is tery snort i'n I"I"I or a short stay. The boat la under I RepairingI I ,I II I Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday aid Friday .
hatter to Mr. Rawson who came I II for Everglades
ton Friday
or cocoa mixtures Leaves ort Blyers
Palm gray gray
-Lee Park has an foot I I ,
rlgblr Ire' from Saint I'ttersburg. : Fishing! Bathing ; I
boulevard; parked ia the center sulitr-i or Hack: fir blue worsted. :i l The Tutime" Is a powerful boatrlth I

with Royal rate reaching from )fee FBI latest version of the tailor-made Las f two 150 h. p. engines and was t ii I Fine Sea ShellsFor ii i USE THIS CHEAP WATER'TRANSPORTATION
Greor boulevard to the Tamlaml The i Building !
milt by Lpw ley and Sons of Boston. Fort Iyers 14
TraIL i \'erY..bort. ,,very fripi .box-coat jprlUxl
.i -.IoU"DR. double-breiited. closing: ,velvet notched( I Easter reminds us that if you keep I and Real Estate further Information call at 48i: i I.; Florida Railroad & Navigation CorporationFoot

xular and, a aIortUfO'I{ skin Vtth I.L man in hot water hit vlll become, Company i City Dock or Phone 1S5 'i! of Ireland's Dock
knife plaits at ,ihe sidfr'or an invec fd' t I,
IT. n. CIUCE trouser ptJt at the,center front r.One; et'f lard)_)- -boiled.---------1---II Boom: 1?; Leon BalUin i i1l11iltfllllll1I1iijUlllitlltiltiil111111i1l11lliillllllll "I.I!. Telephone 115: for Rates

Physician and Surgeon the smartest women in Paris who'hMichei n' h
1 Pine Tar and
: Office Home 15-18 147 WOodford Earnhardt AT Bids.. type daily! at with!the a Rita smart ireais JittIc-a black bUck! atilt of beige itia Still Best for Honey Chest I E IIIII 111111 III I11111111 ilill i 11111 I i I i !I! i i J i I iti t!g I IIII Bus Service to Everglades Daily: Except Sunday via

Telephone 82=Office rinse; or I Estero, Bonita Springs, Naples) Marco and Caxambas
felt gauze-like lockings of the
louse 3 rlnes hat regulation I Colds and Coughs! Homes II III
nude ,black Bargains Suburban |
tone suede oxfords sad Oar mothers and grandmotherswould III jj lioi Leaving 8:30 a. m.
biscuit-colored guide {tens that match
Palm-Lee Park ,bas hard-esrtaced her stocking ;She weiri--ito other day syrup never in the be house without for pine coughs tar !I, 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house out !!SJ Subject to Change without KcticeTAMIA2II .I

Street fire foot cement sidewalks costume: except for formal afternoon, chest colds etc. This was many ((5 house fruit trees fine shrubbery-large grounds-only =
electric lights and water OB every engagements, ;. years ago but modern medicine has }= 31/2 miles from Fort Myers on Lee County no evard. Low =|j ji TRAIL TOURS, Inc.
I bomeslte !!-10-tte. never been able.to) improve on this Easy terms d ...
i= price ... .. P11 "' --p._
time-tested remedy. Doctors say -- -= c l':1 mtf: flRS pr" MB -" --- i {
ALABAMA TERRACEIS the pine' tar is hard to beat for I I .
-j" irisrimiairr.KHiHiHiwiHnimuuiiriiiHiiisiHiRegular '
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quickly looseningand removing the I Seminole Realty Co. Inc. II
WELL LOCATEDAlabama phlegm and congestion that are the ,
A. I* \nxlU MAURICE ATRERS actual cause of the cough. >Afc the .
I ] C. :Pinner : 230-lst Street. :'
LEE COUNTY amen RN'QIKEERINa Co. Terrace Is .one of Fort same time pine tar and honey soon = =, ;;
soothe and heal all irritation and = -I l'illlllllIii
l ClrU and Structural EntlneeraConanltlnc I Myers beat known development, 13cated < lm Li =
soreness I li 1 1 1Ii111111111t111111hIlti110tttttItitlt111:1IIIt@11litl, .: !, I I .'"11'11'1{ '! 'Ngfiilalllllll11l11ItTIllitll' I it
i I; I Bridge and EDIt..n Ktruotnral en Drainage Work I.I I. between ,Lee county boulevardand The kind that__has been 'x e4 .withnnrrfanbg 1-- -- - I a I .,
Fort J'er"J;. rh>nda. the CaTtposahatcJieo! river la one '111 tlu>uaaJUJ.. or
families for mars t* that knwn DaBell'
of this secta 's rggt!-. ehantlJ1g sec ..
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Pthe-Tar Honey. ToU to ac. ntUleaUr Help make"our HOME TOWN the prettiest
\ ---:1 tions. Tall pines!! and. tropical palms! compounded of coat the right '
t Palra-Lee Park la*; eight hundred dot 'the Alabama Terrace landscapeand galck proportion-.ctlnR.of.fin.&1iDIr tar: ,jnicr loner,di.pt and which other I .., : place in Florida. !
'" beautiful bomesttes.imimidmiiiiimimiiiiiiiummiiHiiiuH. II make it an ideal site for;; omes. tn. fiat ipctor JUT fomwV, l. ala ] Boat Service
I Extensive 'Unprovemen r giving each .quick.I>lat.a relief., nareollcs It contain or harmful abmlutUy drug no w.> ...t-vv .D'O YOU IIARE 1 I Passenger |

i !! lot owner fully developed- propertyis cap.be, rlrm. to.youn rblMrvn......-rflne_ forapaam.dto tour. hom painted. Painting is .
one l? We Te ? ( group..It taates. If by keeping, .:attractively -_ Between 5
j'Build With Brick j 4 wide 'hard a ys surf featureg.sidewalka acted streets: -, you top*want the the.eT-W-rect.. a carats mcdI.ia.OT_that gbt often. k. good econe'njy; too. "It prevents decay and saves repair I ,
waterraalns. sewer 'iud aura yon ret Dr. B IV* Pine-Tar Honey. bill& Il"e handle! the Martin-Senour line of PURE paintsandrva"rnishe Fort Myers St. Petersburg Tampa |
; a general I Ig
U coet ccly I4o at any goad 4ruIg1st'DR. ;- -
Guaranteed. I
| J. C. McDonald | beautification program are being car BELt'S T Satisfaction: Service

L.- 5 General BIcklayet = ried oat on a lavish scale. Full re-, FORT DIVERS\ ; PAINT CO. '
:E av4Centractor = parian. privileges are accorded residents 1.: she 6 ti rlnru2 \ Steel Oil-Burninff Steamer |
in Alabama Terrace. A Ja.ge' 1 16 DEAN STREET '
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= sea wall Is another ofjthe improve-1 lNEIARaESESSTIES V ROYAL PAL1Ij : -

E Brick'and TOe Bungalows E: meats now being rda5a lt.tneI{ water I --- -----
= a Specialty EE front of thistract, 'j r ri "I IIIlllllltllllllltllUlh1111111111.IIIliIIIIIIlIIIIBtIlLi11. I!: i :I! 1.ILtIIIlIII111Illlllllilllrilllili! : : I 1 5 j .

yrhy not build ,subatantlaUyt p .. II operating on a Zr. F X* "* 5
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k I e l- 308 Pythian Bldg. 1 I
=:: Leaving Fort Myers Monday Wednesday and Friday at S p. ==
,, Bros. 1 I 1 Fort Myers | = m. Reaching St Petersburg at 7 o'clcok and' Tampa at 9 o'clock'the =


Ceatractors 1608 Enelld: fad Builders Ate -A; h Watch Us Grow | following Leaven; Tampa morning.Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 5 p. m. -

Fort Myers,' Florida s AUTO I :: and Sunday morning at 8 a. m. St. Petersbars two hour. later. :::
Curbs Floors = = 1-
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Pain-Leo' Park bas already Interest- Excellent dining service Courteous officers and crew -_
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Is there any auto neces. I t.1 Illltlll111iIIIlllllllhillIIllllllllIHIlIIIIUlillfllllilll: Untiltltlllllitl111iliIUllllllllilill:: = Flare one-way' Including meals and berth _UO.OO =
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who Late ;>urdaase4 oae-
people ...
'I !-It.tLI ... .ja i .._rse fishy yon might need? It Bound trip. 5 day return limit! -tt&OO =
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I drive by this store. i = FOR SALE
1JF 1 1I
v7. are ante to have what I
Dodd Roofing Co. I I J'" Si JOB want Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish Bungalow- | FORT MYERS STEMISHIP. CO. |

I __ Tiled-Bath Oak Floors Cedar Lined Closets E
All kinds of rcofs) applied repaired -Enrrtllhig lor'the {'Ut = :: "

I and painted. WO: 40 It I Garage Etc.-as near perfect as possible. 7111111111t111111IIIiII11111illtl1111URIIIIt1111119I111Ilh! lflllltllltlllllin11nI111Enttitltit I.
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G A. LONGBRAKE, 3L D. 1 CHARLESTON Phone107 I ] SEMINOLE REALTY CO., Inc., t tI

Temporary officeat Stoporer and Visit -II' '1 :Iu: ltult lununtnUUifUtIIUlulfllIIL'IIIllilllllllllllll8111111111111 230-1st t{ Street 11111i11llllhlllllllilt E Clean and Safe Ice: I Ij

residence, 897 2nd. St,
MagnoliaGardens hi, -- I
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Hours: 1M2-24GRADY 1 j 5

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II I I 5 :when you put ice in a !
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r : freely assert none ta I, 1 S Mr. Investor and Developer drink i or upon a of = (
the world.1* ao b aaUIul asthis t foods A"
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-John GalaworthrBeautiful
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.I% GLASSES \ One .of the most beautiful tracts of land in be sure of its pity. .. :
FITS ( now, bat la prim I,t' highest IIhq 1 Y \_
our health de ads t
_Patle.de Le April. I to 29) !I state of cultivation with plenty! of wells and water, il c 1 E-5 such precautions. 1 c
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i with half-mile river frontage and half-mile Boulevard .
a Ini i
ROYAL PALM PARK BLdcll\ eton Place
You will find -
: Borderfcg the Caloosahatchee I frontage and a mile of road fr.ontage other than Boule- II: ,our un '

River. All Water front privileges Masterpiece of a famous vard. This especially beautiful Usually clean, :free rom s'; ,
,; reaerved for lot owners. gardener using 1000 man property for highest i s sediment and impifritieaof ,!

See P. ED. TATEN years of labor. Old Tudor I'f' i clasa'suHalvision, purposes, ''can now be had at a money 1m IIII :: :"'l1k'.m" d s. ....t:ic. '

1 Royal Palm Park Fort Myera Mansion, still occupied. I making: price .and on vcry easy terms to a responsibleparty. i IIn n =

Modern Charleston is comfortable *- r Our prices are re one- t
CO ;T Historic Charles P Pi II IIII' bee hones = :
:FOR MTEES.JIWEIBT Jewelers" ton is charming.Train I 1 II. fl :_: weight ) andservice 'J= .
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and'Mf. Optician 'clreAi a. reMrrationa For full particulars call on, write or wire :: .. "u1ai' 'ii'
Optometrist :
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Glasses fitted and complete information from !. p .
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Personal l Mention j I 7.924 Peanut Production, Lowest'9 Years' I WHICH WILL BE THE WINNER SATURDAY

T.1TV EAL7L 1t f?Sl'k Jtfstl: ACOL OI.tIINe ULNG'rO VARY HW siZlF le TO: :tr 'ot E1Tf WC. W Total U. S. Trend in Peanut Production end Price -.. NOW IS THE TIME: TO HELP YOUR FAVORITE -
L1, TYF'R YOu sE1.Ft-r. ;: .vt.ra
in. lInUnc n.. a........ Include tho Ptoducfton ";. j
wont aloe (;'"\1(. .Wante eta. 19IfS 1l17911J /A'9S20 t.2ffaZ2 "Z3 !y2y ;;

end yneTud f-ft tn.'l.ilh"alau the ''noa"'_,, 1 and-aridrrau<*,.t-a> word or for box each''bum'-r.day. --.\. "-3. Buckley Is in 'town- on busi (A.wa.ft'Jo'to'M'f.w.,. er t 6..r.fs j Miss: Iiene Deaham: . . 1 . .'. . . 1,910,000

8-pt type 11ke this, 2' iehfa'a word' for each day. ness.! III C..-, :Mis: Ava Carfk-ld . . . 1376,200:

8-Pt type like this :3 cents ',,'ord for each dav. i Miss Vertiie Landlord . . . . . . _1787,300;

like this '4 cents -w. c. his i iI Mrs. J. F. Tatum . _ . .. . . 1,756,100
10-pfc type a word for each day. nrodford returned to MOaarat0 .
: home In- \lton. Ill, this morning.J. :. Mrs.\ Margaret Bondurant .: . . . . 1,702,700'Miss
like this ff '
10-pt type cents
I a word for each day. I tit 3iotgeoro t Hilda Golden ---------1,700,000,
ul\IML'bt; RATE ----- .
advertisement will ba Inserted for teat than 25 cents for first ln erALTBRXATB : I'e Miss Nellte Williford .'. ,; > . _ 1414,600
U- -- A. Gurney of Bonita Springs> :Miss E1i.elVilliars------------------------------ 704.400i
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Advert.nt.. ordered to run 011 altertiat day. will be charted !-! was in town on business. yesterday.P. IY Orrt1(31 1 o 7 Mrs. Neill D. Johnson . . . . . . >430.700,

tent per word.per 'Ord.on ...In.er addition alzea.{ to he rtfular rate on S poln types and 1 cent t Daisy Albritton ': _ . . ; . ; -427,900

Cash, TERMS:n advance. E. 'Ray, of Tampa was visiting e cMooctlco G Mrs. Edna Prince.Gooden . . : . . .--.-,:.417.350.

:ottce-No tTard of Thanks' oe "r luliona" Inserted for less than friends in town yesterday. ,

S1.0U.For your own t>rOt. tlon. brine ad, tlslnr I III rj0aupeaO 5 work drafting; tbe plans for the encyclopedia -
TM l>n|>er Is not renponalble for mistake, '-e adnrtilM'h1A"nla correctly hlelllQn tYJoe..riU.1n.a Charles: V. Miles cf this city returned log on the Collier building.: First ami which will offer (o' the

last night from Klkhart. ln + and it the nevr
-- and telephone nearly every branch of human knOWl-
FOR SALE: WANTED It. Puckett. ot1'8t Palm I building will! :sooi lie I ready: for oc MireThe first edition" will be of 32:

i Beach was in town yesterday lookingover : ., ) I CUP<1DCY. volumes! in quarto of about l.iHM)

for Bale-Rough luciier direct trom i u?:''*','!'"" Company; nun to urn the City of Palms.! The trees and shrubbery in the I pages .to each volume.

the sawmill to Job anywhere: in \VaiUii4 llonw Xaceiwitiea" in Fwrt --"" A possible peanut shortage! !!: may result ct short crops: Induced farmers 'Heitman lot have nearly all been re-

and around Fort Myers. See us before I IU-h''Ion$.,4 "._k'\l1Mn')'. t50 KxiM-rleucn wind daiiy! uniMHX-a-Int-ome -T.'D. Pe-fry'and1 J. t LVThomburyreturned i soon make itself known to the culivated |in the Southern states luck. to- cotton !moved and the work of tuo'fing.tltt'

you bay: Whltaker Clifton. *trr.Vrlt. ( lme.'."" It-. The J. It. *Wakin. <- to Tampa yesterday after American appetite, accordinga : !to give; more attention t-." that crop]i[residence will begin soon. All-dnarry" for better or worse"anif
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Auto Exchange. 1-Ttfc. Mrmphlr. T..nn.. ; :j > 3-S-3lt-St. spendtng'aeveral, days here, a recent' survey of the Sear.-Uo<'- :than: to planting the less remunera-1[ I raise cain It they get; the'worKt oC; lf.
I uck. Agricultural foundation. V.'ith ''tire peanut. AV1I1TK: M.\tUK: !\l u 'lCCas: J \1'I .\'\
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roll l SALE: Souvenir programs of : buy a refrigerator and '
yeaa de Leon t Vlbr tlon at tit. Au- furnlturv. .vdUietut 1101lJ '; --Cap'r.-\r.: R." Maynard. of Everglades the 'production of choice Virginianuts : Virginia peanuts: are wholesaling.for !I
gunalo., Florida. April 2, 3. 4 mailed to : 1..1'I U pending a few days in nut up to the usual mark priced 1014 cents per pound while at I TOKIO. :M.r.:1.-An: official report N'otbins feels as crazy ad a new
the remlltam.of Souto '
any defrmr aedrei root upon and pontage. Writ. 1:. 1>. ,\.\\ KI: TO, IEVC: -.K 1ted town. ',' -a'- are already mounting over those of ;this time last year they sold for nine i!'V-tates that; tuberculosis is increasing I s.raw bat. .,

Hill. Hot 105J. St.: Augustine 3-31-Stti.Florida.: .. liHuiraiou for vuunuer Ity :_ 13IIt. year. Choice peanuts for human 'cents jumbos, the selected: large nuts I yearly in Japan. There are now 4.- :)

__ -I I II coupleiim..ut c'h lid...... U1JI JOUDt'j take :,"'Iii.\2'"Sione'po office Inspector, consumption, therefore will be higher 'of Virginia variety, are selling for +30o/st0 sufferers from thedl.ue'j. The way they trip the l light fantastie -

FOR S.U.E-a Chevrolet bought excellent (are of nice' 'houir. V 1 I. '('.j of Vlainesville,''mart* an official visit In price and the American ap w- 14 cents> white last year In February with about 122.0AW: now it looks an if they reallyare

first of February run 2000 miles, in Turner, room 2 I.foen Indic :.:&1.11,1, to Fort Myers, yesterday. tile, having Ue\elopr l a large!!: capacity : they sold for 10 cents. The 1924:! pea- J tripping.: ':

perfect condition, spare tire owner --- for peanuts and peanut product. :nat crop of Virginia and North Carolina ITALY TO ISSUE .' '"

going north. Price 450.00 cash. Box LUSTLIST Misses M. O. Lee and V. I. must needs pay well for it. or be assuaged which states produce cream-I ENCYCLOPEDIA A New Jersey woman who hAd

203: care Press office. 3-236tp. Thompson of Chicago!!: passed with the "Spanish" variety, j rated peanuts used chiefly for roasting i her husband '<> years should write A

< through here on their way h&me. I a smaller and leas perfect type hat /; and salting! purposes:: fell seven book, I U she isn't too busy. .
Ft lit KALK: doer- .re lot river.SO x 1 la.J'rr! :; EartfacuuT. I It folit.your property Meminottf with lh-aity u* If' Company.you want I which in wholesaling at nearly three ty-two million pounds below the ROME: :Mar. 31.-Italy is to have a i

;" erect sidewalk, sewer: water etr. Snap* Inc. I'hone Sri. 2-21-tIc. '-:'C.'jCdama< : ; *.aad:II. .'. Thompson cents below their price of last year'|amount produced in 1923.:! national encyclopedia! which its crea- lightning ya movie houseIn
Press fox 21
ti at |UO Easiest terms. -!1lfcFOR LfiSST-Lemon and white and liver iik of Saint Petersburg, were. in town on 1 at this time. Impetus was given{ to the'peanut tors hope eventually will compare Kansas City, perhaps because It

8 VLB-Pandy, fin s-room ..ou.... I c-U .Pointer, female ;:JCot'fy.' ")(. Sher.wool. -- business. yesterday. With the amount of acreage devoted I j industry in the United States duringthe favorably with the Encyclopedia BriLannica. read the posters out front.People
Lot COxl&O. New and as well. built as ;-=!O-tt v'- ; to peanuts in 1924 increased by war when there was a shortage!!: --

., 1; can .b* don. East balance Fort like).1)rent..... Smallnarment LOST:-l-alr" New Shoes late --Sjlurauy:;:- L. O. Lee and J, II.: Selmen. of I rincty thousand acres over that devoted lot animal fats and vegetable; 011:4.I : A committee of the Italian Cultural with or without teeth may

c t jfof* Realty down Company.- Inc. Phone s.-ml-I tea"Night ia. t'iud..r please "l'ave at-irorer- Lakeland are here' for an indefinite to peanuts In 192::. production .... that time consumption of peanuts "Institute! which was created througha enjoy learning a Chicago dentist-Is.
2-11 ,. 3"tp." 1924 million I sift of Giovanni Treccani.i at I in Jail. -
,'f stay. i(5'V': for Ml nearly thirty-two as human food has steadily increased now .
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,.\> Foil ALE: Suburban nome and I I'i' WIT..raoiot mounted eye glasHrs In :. ( pounds .below that for 193.:! The 1S24 until they are being used In -
black ,
house i-nickr, garage farm., chicken Extra )rood Rana.*.five-room broader I i I ttwn. Suitable cane Saturday rrwar
Kuune. One acre et ground house fully Office." a-O-UP.1:: Epa! .., to,here visiting/Mrs.' !! IL <\ Willis! C16,000,0> pounds was smaller than: oleomargarine; peanut butters plain .
furnished Com In and let us snow you. I ." ""* '' in since 1916. when! :;ilDualI and shelled
LOST-on city 'streets Sundaya family.Grover. ; any year nuts in saladi and confections -
SemInole Realty Company Inc 230 First I spare -. ".. iI W-
t-STtfo. rim Korri> with license; tag nrlm..r. ,L -" 'Or. n.; figures began to be axuil1"1'Itea" and especially In roasted .
street I
Return '
to loyal Palm Pharmacy and I
f' FOR SALE I.2S8* re. ol land on county fence reward., 3-3A-3tn.: 1 I Herald, of tbe Southern I sons for the shortage in t ih.- taut and salted forms., American fondnessfor

",.- road only threa mile out. Ui: per I 1.OST: :-llorm--sorrel-white--.Maw; ; face, Ctilities office' U confined to his I crop seem to lie in In-rca..a" upon this nut is emphasized when we It --- r _

wx. sere. One-fifth Seminole each Realty balance Company to suit white. ft*|. u. \v. VOHII. 311 home with. chicken pox. ...tYrs. acreage which wad of record size in realize that imports of peanuts are y

: Jno.purchaser.U& First street. 2-21 tic I I 1 w Boulfvard...nU Thomas. i' 1924 and in the unfavorable growing I steadily increasing, say the Foundation -

:.1 wire-haired Fox f 1I.-G..It..j W. K. Brown and Miss It. L. season. The high price otOtton as a experts I
; FOR SALPedIIt'Hd make shipments
can
terrier pups. S months old. Two mates! FOUND Drown, of Pittsburgh; I'a.. are visit ,. you
IS&W each. Two femalea $05.00 each. Cypress friends here for. few 'flays be- Stokes Horse
a Talks
-:" Lodge, Maples Fla. 3.11-tfct 1 ing Sense Di.rec.t to
FOUND-Card cane and black bound fore returning 'to. their. home:
FOR 8ALB- e acre tract 1-S mile front- memo book Identify and pay for this '< _.
( ago on Naples" Bay. Price $ %5oa per a<4 at the Press Office. 3-12-tt : ':
)' $era Term' if desired Addrran It. B. : -Capt. \V. urCollier. of ,( #; 4.'M1'the ,points on the lines

Btorter. Naples, Fla 3-11-20 tp.: I FOUNI Saga and-I'ackage ties.: containingjrolf_ stot-k- stopped over night here on his l
Identify at 1T Offk-e Right'tolBe: !
arca'i
all In drove 1 in northern ? of the Southeastern
; : FOR 8ALK-or rent 6 acres I to points the part .,
.,, full bearing with modern bungalow I on .]VIISCELLANEOUStLL.KRrOXB : &
state. Born
hard road i miles. from city 3-tidfci i l;; j+ !Well .4: sHone :.
a Box KL :. : Express Company.
switchboard wants Ills own. home. We -James Sweeney, of New York _' ''I--"
Sale-One electric generator f
For can soil '
you an* on. small payment &&S
t. -
and batteries. for private c-lee- down and balance like rent.. Seminole city Is visiting relatives here for a ; Breeding ia* tft RJuiaa'to
".' trio light plant In good condition. Mr. Realty Company. Inc. 230. First his 1sugenicS
street. few' days before returning to Route
:
3Stp. Shipments
:1 Harvey C. Garber Naples. I 2-27-tfc. home. \ : .; tt : your

'J wHO WATSDM : *''U r.tt'AUSr: o" I furnitureand i i. c < .
.. Chevrolet Touring car In good con I household Utensil.an to Wine's- Repair 11.w:n. n.STOJIS!: .:
H. P. Uogers."'of Carey ROOk, t..tCt,a.., .. the fastest
'$ for 1100,11II'om... after a PL' m. I shop on Short Street South tot,.A. Reek A. a way
.iF4111011,t- town .-212 .'o.'I..r.reeL I C.tyen I* and Boulevard crossing. Ill, arrived in t01'nesterday morning .'Ort.wa/.n.' ..,. -
s-s 3011-1110 r
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<
#; to spend an indefinite length of
: 8.'LE.ond"rful beautiful I lurt the ttew front my hill top at '
FOR pick up time. : .
lot MxISl lust off of Boulevard; 1 amlias the finest thing In all l E
j-1 On corner this side of Edition I_ than i and one that will "" **" the moat CLX-I ,S # iiit
two hundred feet from river. Big bar- able.amuas.Good roads. Boy t'atoon. t : -Mr. and Mrs. John Fox Wheatlcy <' ". ;,- t
gain. Act 4nk-k. Lster and Turner. I -: -' and Fort 'Myers 1 : < "'<:. ;
daughter"teturned'to
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: .
Room 2. Leon Bldff. J-3tt-3tp. rrp ,
I Ten Day Ct'1..rtantty.l Lea lltu;) 1W laaftight after spending the week' .
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ti FOR SALB-Ford- Car.:' Ilk.- new. five acres near Olga... river and I>ixie filch-' I ; lfJl.: ; ;1<
V Ill balloon urea. Gabriel snuMwr and I way for U.Oq j. Uoak .4d4. >it.: TuJla.I end In Tampa.John ; V ... : :.
t 'shot'k ahmrbers, Larxaln. P. P. SrtltNapie. I= TJ1I\I- M S- 3-1Mpt" i.I i. ; :" '. ;, .,' 'Y''','<,>
.' s-o.: iWt I
1& I : THREB DAY .SPE iAL' AT W, Record I* stepping for

-' FOR RENT HEITMAN'S. Turn to ah lndeftite"lbJ' in'Fort 'Myers on Ztlr1
t bijr
our I
; .a;
hiM York
ad''' elsewhere in the Press and way r to bla' .home In t New C 7 ,. ,
,
FOIl RENT-Furniithed room. Hummerrate I find out 'about: it if City. -- "" \. t < '-'p+"' "'''''' '''''''''''"''''''I
want to
IS* Royal ,Palm avenue. 3-:$-3tP- you .\V E_ D. Stoke.,multimillionaire, who la now on trial tat Chicago charged
C FOR ItEIo-r-.a room unfurnished honest !sate money on your footwear -:Mrs. K. M. AVhiteslde, of Miamt with defamation of his wife's character. Is an author. Here ts shown marking
By
In East Fort :Myers. Apply Polnsettla needs. 2-t. and Mr*. John K. Williams of Avon the cover of the book and how Stokes looked la 1801 on the flyleaf ol and your txprss shipments : Stmtheaaurn_ E a-
V :S-U-tfc. press indicating the transfer poinVTOQ t.fO.aecur.; fast,.
Cafa \r ; Park are visiting Mrs. A. M. King c on -Tb Ettbt J ttra wall Born or Horse Breeding la its Relation_ direct service to points on the lines of th. Southeastern Express -

; 4 FOR KENT-Verr nice rooms by : Monroe. street. J Eugenic*." Company. :;. "" **..-:h!
PRJLE OFfERED'EDIl "
9
week month. 245 .Lea St. 1-16tfc "
or
the exception of the front of the For further information relative to routine and methods of
was:
William G. Brown of Alva
f- f FOR U&\"T-RootU at. .0& Second Bt i a RADIOn building. The steel has arrived an'dthe indicating transfer Point* address .
I.J-tfe. i here today the<<\ <<1eJiof hU son AV. steel frame work is being erected. ,. .

FOIL RENT -&tor* on Blake atreet. John I S A ANfilNG1ICID G TESTS Harold Drown. l fie tfas 'accoropanfrd Ill.aMe 1 :' : CHATS Concrete' IS being poaredj for the . .R.-It. RUSSELL, Gn #!.a. Rep
'of
Whole- by John S. Lewis: Springfield. ; ;
F. bartWson at Fort Myers foundations for the addition to the Jacksonville, Florid .
] .
sal Grocery: ,Company. 228tfc.FOR '. .r .a o-
,>:;" WITH I Morgan hotel and materials
; are being
S IIENT Rooms by day or "'f'ek.1 I I COSTO.V. {M4r. 31.yT, sum of $5,: and :Mrs.! W. '\'". Alderman unloaded.
Two Mock from Poet Office MS Second Everglades were'here In'' their fcar ps i l CrosleyJc t
000 Is awaiting the medium who of P&i SOUTIIEASl
k Btrett, corner of Garrett 1-26-tfc. ,1 I I certain conditions will demon-, under 1 today for Immokale where" ']1rL I' -The work of plastering and. stnccol'LVSTERI RNC

VOn nCNT Furnished apartment, call1' -
school superintendent
Alderman who Is
i' at S3S: :Fowler street a-20-4>tp i I strat? supernormal material phenomena : HEX man builds a house ht i
; the "occurrences must :'be et ''Collier .county. will inspect m] '; pw'ides", for beating lighting. \(J

V ;4: ,FOR wife. HE.VT-.Ai with no children>artnwnt 233 to Royal man Palm and bona'flde and line toa' force'not pre! !the schools.B. : fcllilitic .for cooking, a telephone and + "

i aye, a-II-tp. viously known to science. This an- and plumbing. All those strcto: WORKD. Express o
nouncement will appear In the April E. Darby has returned from things are taken for granted. The @YO
FOR itE\T-N.r C room furnishedbungalow day will come when thinfri taken R. Parillo13i
Tampa twhf'' e. he submitted to a
at Royal Palm Iark. Apply number ot the Journal of Abnormal : ill home will
Fowler .t I : will Jot granted building Tournament St. Fort Mjers
lie
Realty ..1'o2Ia First Wtret ilighr'siirglcal "operation:
J-SO-Jtp.: and Social Psychology:' which lists as Include a radio receiving srt. '.
follows the members1-.of a'committeeto have' to KO back in a few days for an ';fhe''lime' is' approaching when .L4 ,

ROOMS: FOR .r.fo; T-ln new' Bungalow: Iilfestlgatfonst examination.C. home and IlllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllUlimilUIIII I 1
home High class section. Box 2UPress carry out the < 'nearly every apartment IIIIIIIIIUIHIIIIllllllHHIIIUIIIIIIIIIi.I / I! .
allStn.FOR : Ilarlow Shapley Paine, professor of house whether in suburban, rural or .
R. Watkins. manager of the thy communities,' will have its own
practical astronomy at Harvard Vnl-
REIo'T-U..a"alow five "roomsand ; ;
bath completely furnished all modern veriity! and director ,oth& HarvardObservatory Grand Central hotel U taking hit radio. Last
convenient" ' mIter Theodore Lymaa pros ffrat vaci'tlon.In'three'yeu' lie hasgobe'to Many apartment! houses recently I BALLARD FLOURDemonstration jI
1, 11:i Box: JU{ Fort :\Ifn"l ; Tampa and constructed in the East were built
i Saint Petersburg.
3-;II-ttPVV lessor of physlcsf'af'Iiitfardtaud dirt
indoor
t. 1 i with, outdoor aerials\ and connections Times
-- ector of the Jefferson Physical Laboratory MiamL to- make; possible the iraine- ,

WANTED ; Dr. Walter B. Cannon prof eggor -, dote, use. of a jadio.P .
of physiology( at the Harvard -MrsC':: Annie .Dul aM'daughter;' t HE and uittlligtnci Tonight I |
WANTED-Ral rood common labor froyrtt
Men ...bo'..* ambitious and want to Medical School- Dr. Lt T.,-Troland. Miss Ktta: Davis, of Evansville. Ind., I !i"'ofa'h4Aoa> COM It jndgtd ofritraMy -
work. Apply ready for work at EverKUuies. assitsant professor of phychology: at are hei q;'thegueeta'ot }!, & McKfnler try (In progr. madttrelopiny

Browa.. collier county. Florida.S-4-tfc.W. H.I Harvard "anll Harry iloudiui. and 'Tamn!. They will remain. 'but a steam of trantporta.fi I .
I
The Journal stipulates variouVconditions few days. iit.axi _kGtioL Who wants lesson in cake ?
OOAnfEnsV.lNTEDJ" rood quite Called BtotttUadf Its world u HAROLD | a making |
lix-mtkon and with private family rea- among which are the follow-
and ill eommtuieatiotuui
enable nrkwi Inquire F. R. Vaughn at The medium must -Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. U. Briggs of Irojuportofum ?
: cooperate
Press Office. l-2C-tte ing ill tft. 'tun of radio. LLOYD
with 'the committee?! there ,hall -'be Troy."1)hio;, rfeturnedto.:.their. home W Wktu aifanJ of .daeahoa ad titItrteaMrf -
BOARDERS 21J Ga".UNtnf'L this morning after pending the seaseon f <* Tt B- E
WANTED no treachery; the phenomena nnist- be Kkt tk* radio it ia Htfnfy i. I
t per week. Good- meals and room J-s-tfc.I19.M visibly produced in full itght and subT 'at 'the Rfvervlew.: Sir" Briggs /*-. ir fee tm. for it Io yet isi ; OBELISK ? |

jected Instrumental recording taeas- who'n. enthusiastic sportsman. TLt taott tartfml ettfntiou. i FLOURrree 0
W.\Io'TEITo-: equity In well lo- "HOTWATER"
i
XYz lot for rood car. Address Box uring and testing; a.tty.medium wishing says he "wished that winter lasted C- wj ADIO tke',everythinjt, else cat ; ,
cure frems tfc. to!com pete"'must :.present''evidence:! all the year.'*. \ \ "

\V A --rED-'t.Moe loan on Fort Myers of the production ''.f phenomena > .t. littimately| i :6. ;.. :
residence' with two large Jot. Amvlawtcurity worthy of investigation and the -A party oC Saint Petersburg dU&en. .UnJor-of., radio in this I
Box Si., Y21-itc. 3Irtt'Mc- ..orfc out'a the 0 ; ; ,
award must J>e made by the unanimous consisting of Mrl: and : plan whereby great.i ; 00 ; c
WANTEI'Vhite.flrl to help with chlldren committe., Clnwtna.,.Mr. .t cumber' sill obtain thearcate&l :: } : -.K.t tJ\ '
rote of the V ; vj
beooit. That of is their ob .
fhon 41*-I tine :- 7IVANTED (c Miss S. Robbins coarse ''Ved.-Thur. f,'" > .c
Mrs. ,
The Journal takes this step with a and Wynne. jective.Is i; ::
-White waitreso, at 4 Foye Mr. 4ndfMraT Robert Rich and Mra. -
Howie. hope of stimulating: the search for these series of talks we intend = =

son srteet.Apply- Mrs.. Johnson J-rr-Jtp.1Jack-; truth and, bringing alleged supernor- F. I. Burger were In Fort Myers yes- to .discuss radio from a nor:techcl 'I '

t mal' phenomenawithin the domain ,of terday on -a pleasure"trip.. poii of view. We intend to "1II"\ r-- > Demonstration at 'I
WAIo--r.J--ofouac .
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Lady stenographer and "taie! a 'rlaace at the pact tad to '
"' k",,"". Auto Supply Store : scientific:research.:: I
..1k'--.n.lltt'\'J.- J-2\-tta -Mr. and )Ir.. Jere U Wentx and : dr:>:3ud a hit about the future. SureijeAkig !
I. .PaseiitV: N.' J. who : has greater possibilities uts ; with 1
WANTED TO ".UEIo'T-on TrarstleaseTanfnrntohed. .it. (: 'RX.X. REICHSWEHK: HIE son. 'Jlobert: of : ? ievejopiaeat than the radio.
l i.''room bout with garage --- have visiting here, returned to

Box 2V* care Prees. JrJS-Itp !{By Tfce" .\..IIKIak1'...*.>' their, home yesterday.; 'Mr. W nts' Is .t. .. Lo Betty Compson -

WAXTED-The service of a j"goodtreaem DETMOLD Germany; March 31.- president and manager 'of the Portable BUILDING..NOTES j lit. I The Bi Cash Store

d ker' seamstress, -Mlraml ll Groves. Boer- Flftj members .of the German ,r ichswehr : Machinery Company "In Tassalc i and Miami. Florida cast. g I

7 FU, Address "}Iiraool Groves. Butero were drowned in the River add :say- bet never- enjoyed ten days AROUND TOWN : This special attraction was V '

a-js-ztc., Wehr this morning when a bridge more' than he did the ten days he photographed at :MiamLDon't I -

WANTED = Experienced Stenogra being constructed by pioneers Incon spent the City of Palm He. thinks McGregor, boulevard from the rail- I = R. 'A. Henderson & Son

L pher. Kindly;state alary expected. neetion with Beiehswehr maneuvers Fort Myers'; Its" limatei and beautl- road tracks west for one block is I ,. -

References reply.. Box' 102. Care.collapsed.* Victims were? part-h;Qf a Cnl' trees' and shrubbery are'won'der- torn up preparatory to paving aDd I Miss\ It!

Press ft?:, H 1 3-23-4t v [column marching in full field 'equip'ment tot '.nd"!{will return next. September traffic Is detoured by way of Cleveland .

1 t which attempted to use the to'ra' lODger-at y: avenue. It is expected that the i y.
BENT-By .. ; *
WANTED"*'t GeatlemenV1 structure.... .. ,.. : ( } last of the street improvements will : if Dlarch'31st, April 1st and 2nd
/ r *rar:| n- vaU hone. Fret .. mushroom I Prices lOc and 25c I!
fcf Jackson street; Party to be here. won..A. This 11the season. be completed in a few weeks.

iMrou 4w 1 notu SuamCr.; lon Mr. Paris at 1,. .A girl with a heart gets They look like umbrellas because The brick 'work on the new: post I :.- ., .:: ,
or writ ilo.t43 Care Pren* Office. i
: 9-2S-2tp. ',girl without a heart gets one. they grow_ in wet places.nVt office arcade is up to the sauara with i lUulutuuuulunRluilauuunuuuuuuHlpunulrHHl1! l
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1\I\ SIX r '" .. r THE FORT_MYTHS: ruts. POUT :MYTH*. FIORTTHIONA 1111Uttlllllll1T111111111IIIII1111W111
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' I to sft indemnity JJO, 12 tents; for orders exceeding money order shall be Issued for more .
not exceed<< << $ ; 20 rents for = Wait '
I : \ French. Frock not to exceed $100 $:0 and not extending: $..11 rent; .than $11'0.You I Shoe Reparing While You
i Service at lona; ;;: Sunday was well | "14 A return receipt will be taken for I I Attended tho there are many friends Is Unique i showing to whom the article was p.j} :eeding $60 IS cents; for orders ex instances the rates hare been i GOOD WORlIAsnnr.EASO:: FREE _
: Deeding $liU( ana not $'1U, eU while in others the ratt'shdt" given away
I 1 and neighbors we would like to nee ;livered, for a charge of 3 cents in addition exceeding inert = William Rogers suherwarc; coupons
I I to the regular postage plus 20 cents; for orders exceeding; $*>*> !Iot't"n decreased.] For addition 11 l We pay return' post. g
orders.
: come out and enjoy the fine sermons = to mail
the registration fee and not exceeding:; $10i, 22: cent-1 mlini.ition ,til at the post offweIRA : :: Prompt service given rest.
i )by our pastor. ; """" r ____ ,- -;;.-- = age. Send us jour old shocs-we do the _
15 To produce spell delivery on
Mr. Durban read a lesson from
I' 1 Luke 1%. Text Luke 1232.A I parcels weighing more than 2 poundsand 1 Taminosean Bros. =
less than 10 pounds, stamps of w. SAPP I Shoe Shop
the value of 15 rents shall h> affixed. Electric |
surprise party was given Rer I 1
''f and Mrs. Durban on ,Tuesday night, On parcels weighing more than 10 General Second Hand Dealer i The Home of :Men's: Fine Show =
March 24, The occasion being their' vrotl I pounds, 20 cents. Phone 414 i :210 Main Street-Fort Mjers I Fla.. gIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
45 wedding anniversary "16 The fees for collect on delivery 1 219 nendry Street" Fort Mjers Flond -_ mllllllllllllllllllllUlIlIlIIlI I { { I '
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for
(COD ) service will be 12 rents

It. Henchen his sold his home collections not to exceed $10; 15 cents ___ __ u ______ __ J
for collections not to exceed $aO; 25 ------ -- --- n --- --=--
place. The bona friend of Mr. and I===_=----_- .:_=::.:.: ---= =- == -=- .-:: :.-- :.-_- II 1 1II
{cents tor collections not to exceed '" -- =-- -. -------------=- -- ------ --- -- --.. ---- :='---"-=------- ===---=.' '
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Mrs. Henchen '
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hope they may con .
tlnue to reside In lona.Mrs. 'I "wEI $100 I 1-- II
: "17 Money order fee will be as fol Iil rl
: lows For orders not exceeding $2.50a I .
A Prlton and Miss Lewis ; !
o fee of 5 cents; for order exceeding Ij
were callers at the home of Mrs. II IIIii
$%50 and not exceeding $5:>, a fee of f t : (
John Dain Friday afternoon.
7 rents; for orders exceeding $5: and II!
I not exceeding $10 10 cents; for orders Iii II i
),fr. and Mm. J. -tthlttaker were
Visiting. at the Dain horn Thursday I: I exceeding $10 and not exceeding :
I I II t II'r R111EYI :11 1! I II i iI
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Mrs. Robert Porsyth has been ill I Epelepsy Hysteria I r .t.tI
for several weeks at the home of her : I I
Nervousness i
daughter Mrs John Dain. Mrs. For-I I It'li i 111 I
e Myth ts now much improved. 4 I IWIIO MIM' \M III\l>. .

f. DEK nE Itn\: I I III
There has been quite a bit of litF t :q t.t'
1 I Hobo has been highly esteemed in II II'I !i
bless fn the community many of our I

; I I folks suffering from the Flu which I i t 1 Epelepsy Your nlghborhood and Hysteria druggist will I I II I II Ii
fa epidemic ,uat now. i 'It
sell of 6 bottles Of .
you a treatment i'
t 1I i ,
.I Hobo Kidney and Bladder Remedyfor ---e -
I -
Some egg plant, pepper and ,squash wlitInc. 'III -- ,
being shipped prices, fairly- good $6.00.After Ii -- ,II

are not entirely taking the satisfied i treatment with the if you results IIHi I I i 1U llm M1lgh HIII I
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t" SANIBEL your money obtained we will gladly refund' II


Dr and Mrs' Schuyler Bissau of IIOIIO !a..IIUIIIOU'9 MHHUM: :lexas lOMI'VM' j 1 i!I II '! :" III !

I .IVaraaw, Wls,, who hare been wInter I I ,
visitors for many years arrived on T" -CANCERS- -CURED = --; ----
Wednesday, and were welcomed by THIS frock baa an lnt I .. 'I
Jhelr many friends. I hemline .made d corau It e HOSPITALThe '" l l
with embroidery and trine"-
Reliant Ilocpitat care Canorn. To'more
I conforirs to the present oxide of I I I:k-ers. altar Hums and Ctironb* '
moat
On Sunday evening a delight .
concentrating- trimming- 8". Sore without the use of the knits X Ray.Kadiuin. 1 -
ful tarred concert was, given at the pot and permitting the re'* .>f lb. Acids or Serum and we have illl 1
i iI ii
Matthew, Solos were song by Mr. own to be elegantly. plain.I'OSTIL eurrd over !HI per cent of the many hundreds -
I
of suffers treated during the past III"
De Camp soprano and Mr. Schuyler twenty.thre years. Ministers treated
Biasell, contralto, an dlittle Miss I fret
IliV.tS: I KELI AM HOSPITAU Inn.

Eleanor,weetly.Mr Clapp sang a song very IN rrrKT: U'ltll. li _ten Went Mala ElL_ ____Richmond_ __ __Van i 9 8


*. W, C. Barnes went to Tampa (continued from page 1) I ,
/ Electric Co. II
pn Thursday to broadcast her comb post will be as follow: 6 cents for Supply (

r position "Sunilaad Flo." ,indemnity 'not to exceed $5.;; S cents 242 Hendry St. '
(for Indemnity not to exceed $25;;; 10 .
.
: The Rev, Fr. Rudolph l Stanley, after --
I a successful season'In charge of I cent for indemnity not to exceed 1 We repair fiat Irons, curling irons, I III
$50; 25 cent for Indemnity not to exceed !
Saint Andrews Episcopal church in,' $1 00. I percolators, toasters, etc. I II Ion
i Coca Grande, returned today to his Fee I Flash Lights. Batteries. Bulbs
ICttrKter i iII
borne on Stella harts avenue. Sani-, Lamps, fixtures' }SiringIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlII11111IIIIIIIIIIII111lIIIII1111111P" I
13. The register fees OB first class II f
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bell, for the summer He had the I + L1 IJe t I
mall will be 15 cent for Indemnityaniiliiillllltililltliliuilliiiillliiliiiillilli 6
pleasure of having the Rt. Rev t
I o s
I Bishop Garrett and Archdeomn i { "

... Spurr of Virginia helping him. BJth
of the great churchmen spent the I
season at Tarpon Inn. U eppa Island


COURT' FOR ASSESSES 1MMU.1MJ: MOTORIST MHOMOTUF I 11!( Special Attraction !1 Ili Ili.I -

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SAN MATEO Cal., Mar. Jl.-A man J| This Week I. t flAVLSTNDls

ahould chow come consideration fora i -

a locomotive, held Justice ot the | If are interested in future | I S u
; Peace Walter'Bird recently la assessing .I you your x,11,
> Hugh Jamleeon $ '7.72 for damaging you can't afford to miss seeing 1 !
4; with his automobile Southern ; I TAMPA j IN THE BAY rI

.. i racifio engine proceeding peaeably jll+
along its own right-of-way.
.
son The drove evidence his car indicated down the that railroad Jamie, | "MY PAL" | I 11

... parked It on the tracks and 'went tot I1III1 'When these are gone---and
t sleep. Member of the train crew said I
they bad to awaken Jamieson after I II

I4 be engine had been pilot.carried The locomotive for to feet got on the the E| being run as an added attraction all 1I \ 1 fast then this- II !
they're going :---
(rorst of the encounter. Jamieson was E I this week without extra charge at = 1,11\m I, !I : '
.J- lot hurt. Hi*'car was not badly dam
", aged. Railroad officials aid it cost I| the 1 III
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III'I!
i, |9(7.72 x>nrt entered to fx up,udemeat'accordingly.the engine and the.. : property comes off the } .


s mBJUXS, : TURN-' TO TOBACCO ;| Royal Airdome Theatre !\ i li!I1' !'!''i i ma. ikuntil next season !; III IIIi


;' '. BERLIN. Mar. 21-The coniump-
Hon of tobacco in'Germany showed itaotable : | Come | i :'
111 ill seasonnonew'
lacrejue.! The tobacco tax 1 ii 1 =
;January amounted to about $12,500,. --- --- more Davis Islands lots will }be offered this .:

I 00. the greatest sum ever'received Ifeoonth ,I :-: :: I NO units will be opened until next falL And no more propertyon ,,
from this source. Seventy percent = i DaVis Islands will ever be offered at the original development ; <
of the tax came from cigarettes TllllllIlllllllliHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. . .. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltias. ,. { ", I'
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I[ j I'I' 'i II) Present sales are averaging $75,000 to $100,000 a day-and increasing

I l daily. At this rate every remaining lot will be sold out in ;

., ''r i seven or eight days-perhaps before. ,

I If you hope to buy any of these lots at the present development

I prices and share in the great value growth between now and next

'. THIS RARE BARGAIN I'' : season, you must do so at once! For just as soon as the lots now

II l I : I offered are sold all remaining Davis Islands property comes off the

I I market until next season. \

'". II I I During the time intervening $5,000,000 will:be spent in building and :

i Is waiting for the person who la in a position to .act promptly. It has Just ben II i I construction work on Davis Islands. It is estimated that Tampa's
listed with us and is unusually attractive either aa a speculative 'investment or a 1
"home place" building permits for 1925 will reach 20000000. ,
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A Iroom.lIwr. ;, .eli-built boase.lastned., screened front porch enclosed back II Next season when new units are opened and\the\ vast summer build. .
,;c porch good well and 40-barrel rain water tank, with 10 acres of excellent land half 'f. .
: _. .. of which I la cleared and ready for planting. Several kinds of fruit trees and grapes I I ing program has been completed, much higher prices will prevail on
,, "e.. .,<.. already set out and entire property is under fence. I Iii II all Davis Islands property.
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t 't't..'., This place I I. located'mt''tnnln hard-surfaced road, east of Samvill. an easy 40 I _
y," ,, minutes by motor from Fort'ilvers.; only 3 miles from railroad station! and 1-2 mile I I I :::
ry ;. *' -as from river It is doubtful If. a better place could be found for a combination chicken I 1 -' "',
: ;: 1Ind truck farm. LAST CALLA '

I'.' $3,000 cash will obtain possession of this valuable place In time for planting l this I j I -This! trip\ leaving?* Wednesday: April 1, at 8:15 A. :M. and returning Friday,
e ear. The $2,000 balance can arranged to suit. pUrchaser. I will
1 > : III ..= o positively be the last of the season and your last chance to take one
L This U one of the best bargains we have bad to offer this year and the present I of, ,. delightful motor coach trips.We.want =;.
price of $3.000 ls contingent' on an immediate .:tle. Let us show you this. remarkable !I. i II I : you. to see Davis: Islands for yourself and will be pleased to include ._ ._
i tpportunity? at once. : % I -- you m this last party. Special reservations will be made at Tampa Hotel. ;! .,:

1. .. .. For reservations Mr. Nash with our coach on 1st street all day todayT ,
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