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Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
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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IN FEBRUARYs
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r \ IN CHURCH DRIVE s if NEW

I vf Beitrlnif( Trees I* lie- lit .
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I > Thinks2Year J
Old Henna
ported ac 91 Per Tent Nolan -

t ;Nearly Half of Required Aenital !. HurUaBy I h $ Haired Youngster May ,

.' Amount Raised by Third Day f !f --- r ". ,. ;
. Land Berth With A's
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Widerquist 'Announces Tae Ax Ute ,
I F; ? .i 1 ATLANTA April 1.-A total of8.4S2 I

lots ol II HACKS DEFEAT ORIOLES
: TEAMS car oranges grapefruitand F.aye.
i SEVEN WORKING ..
f I
I I tangerine .were moved during II i -

4 February 1925 compared with 7,034car Last Exhibition Game In Florida -
r Building Will Be 'Three Stories IC II I lots handled, during the corresponding 'I I
1.IC at Sanford Rich-
t;, }: ., And Stand on Site of I I period last year of the same +jt j Played ; I

Present Edifice fruits Bays the March: business review -r .+ x k, i I mond Virginia Next Hop .
r' t :. of the Sixth District Federal '' -

V Vr JOHN a. NOLAN
t Reserve bank published today By
h 7e la the drive for funds for the erec. Philadelphia Newspaper Correspondent
Citrus! groves In Florida are showing
,, 1 '. 'tion of the new $150,00000 church with Athletics
t a good early bloom with growing -
'f '", building for the congregation of the conditions very satisfactory": : DEFEAT: MILWAUKEE: '
1 First Methodist church which ,.
; f south Wr I I says the review. "The United States i -

/ began yesterday, Vernon O. Wlder- z Rp department of agriculture reports ; ( A> iatc4 Press>
:qnlst chairman of the drive who is : S.1\i'OIiD, Ajuil ly-A pUnlh 1,
of for the
that production oranges at 'CA o -
i directing from a sick ,bed. announced i' the Athletics <.
0;' 'i 1924-25 season is expected to fall I Ltfv sing batting rally gave
,1.'T at noon today that $66S15 of / short of the early estimate of 13,400- ': i.. a Z t. 3 victory over XI1maakee .
,1. the required amount has been raised v' ( ? Tf i f er the Mack* fifth
the
o 000 because of small sizes
i foxes
j.. f. .,' ,'which 1* good news to the congregation I review shows. "Conditions of the 1 i .traleht win this afternoon.

and other friends of the church.This March 1.It I Itjnues. Three t..o..1I4. fan MW Sam
bearing trees on con-
";- { building will be three stories 1 1'I I "1a reported at !91 per cent off i! Gray and Rabe "'aber? elude

.. and Is. to occupy the lot on which 'I I normal for oranges. 90 per rent for i! the JlUwa.lee contingent with

1 t, the present church house stands. grapefruit, 92 percent for tangerines, acme super' fine pitching

: p .' Plane call for a composite Span- 86 percent for limes and 82 percent The Mack's wen In the ninthon

;,I ish. Italian and Moorish mission ![for satsumaa." !! i- Han"erS single and Simmons'

! f architecture and, construction work. The carlot movement of fruit and ( sacrifice fly.SANFORD .

'i will cost 1125,000. The furnishings Here we have Rogers Homsby. St. Louis Cardinals' star, and one of ctx vegetables from Florida Is indicated

r and fittings for the building wills best hitters ******** baa Produced. For tb, past five eaaona. Honabj in the table as follows: i I April 1. MarTinReda"
'
; cost another $25,000! church officials' pas led the National League in batting: establishing new mark for modern I Feb Feb Season Total I r4fi Smith. 24 years old
play of .424 last year. Uornsby has two pet ambitions-on Is to beat 1325 IOrance y i. 2'p'
announce ry Cobba record of nine consecutive batting c: amp6ODabJp and 't.bf &.i:7: 4.!X1 : .114 1>-10J E; and henna haired may be the
.: ,'JJembert of the seven teams working ether tw excel Hughe Duffy'. mark of 4J8. the game highest totting nrmiM-fruit alit 2,655: 12.ZS 1157 I I ( ,guOt Athletics new shortstop this season.
r j j" in the drive are: Team 1, Edt average. PhotO shows cloaeuD of Horasby and ta tautnc acUon I Tangerines Its US lCS 1191J ; There are three reasons which bear

t( Watson, captain; John M. Boring 7 I Totals 8.401 1.83.& U31 2 .C78 I iVegetables out the Impression "Reds" will do

: Elmo Ballard. and EL J. Blount I 2.674 7.503 15,9621COONri hIa ground eating performance forth

,.! ,> .t Team 2. Mrs. W. H. Grady, captain ) ONLYTHEDAYS Gadsden Decision R A's in the opening tilt against the

i- C. M. Foxworthy.. J. Colin English Reversed by Court! I Phils on Saturday.The .

and J. g. Mattern; Team 3, B. C.Foxwortby. ., I FEDERATIONI
;
s OOtDOcs first Is that he ia a spiffy actor
captain. W. F. Padgett. AND AUTOVINNERS\ By( Tae A ocated! Pr ..) I 0 1 C o0 oe e..eocaoG around short and is better than Gal

.d J-.R. Parker and Mrs. Conrad Menge.Team TALLAHASSEE;J:, April 1,-The supreme Of \WOMEN'S CLUBS Only pupil of the treat Fri nch mime Severin-Mars. Madam Detehaye. l loway on fielding awkward bounders.
Is to exhibit her art for the benefit of
coming
shown above lAmerjca
,, O. P. Stewart, captain;
court: has reversed the Judg-
Secondly, he is now playing shortstop
She baaf been the foremost exponent of pantomime
George F. Kindle, .J. C. Rogers and Will[ BE ANNOUNCml ment of the circuit court for Gad 'II motion pictures IB Fraac .<<
!. .. 'C( J. ,Stnbbs. Team 5, W. R. Brtgp.t Idea county in the case of Charley I MET IN FORT MYERS ramps and- thirdly he has attracted .*

captain; W, R. Strozicr, Mrs. C. L : Bell, plaintiff in error, vs G S. Gregory : the lynx eye of Connie :Mack

."' Starnes. and Roy ,Cochran Team .1, GreaterteMpaper: Campaign In I[ sheriff of Gadsden county, defendant j Florida Legion Again A.A B. CUTTER TAKESOFFICE I Mack hesitates! to make any: radical:

f :W, 8. Turner captain t, G. M. Strayhorn H1.tery'et. Fort Myers End in error., in an opinion by I I Election ef Officers I* Postponed! t Wins Membership Cup shift in the Infield which he has been
and Mrs A W. Kelley._ Special
I'
i Justice Whitdeld. 1 nearly ten years in building but two
4th Path seat MMtin of
team. J.. E. Fox.o.rthT..aud: C. F Roberts Saturday April Bell was convicted in the county. ? potent reasons stand out why Smithis
t : Organisation: TAMPA April 1.-Florida won the )E TODAY AS I
court of Gadsden for violation of provisionS i listed for the regular position.
With the 25,000 extra vote offer to I t JUndscy trophy'again this ;year, for
of Chapter 9442. Acts of 1923, 1: Galloway Is not; ia condition aDd
help them.over the critical period! of Seven member :clubs of the Lee lit
membership
: JtABMAftEMf, kpxRsDI ; the,Press?!,. great'; automobile cam: which penalize: hauling heavy logs!! county federation! or 'wonttn's clubs the greatest:: AmericaLegion. perteiiias. .4. .. NE\V\ CITYMANAGER h* aaa taken a week off to'"visit his

r: :_ r 7'wb'marrfagesire reported today palgn.. candidates hare seized the opportunity over certain Important ihd..clayroad. met at the home of Miss M. M Gard- This Information was received late l home ia Clinton, S. C. Chick won't =

-,; ,:<, _'., the first feeing that of Thomas, J. with an eagerness that 1 l .* In Gadsden Bell asked the her Wednesday afternoon Mrs. last night by State Commander James I get any practice and he wont. k la

'-$ .... r2.. ? t. : Sinks :and MIs' Bertha Marie, Syi-j spells a week of enormous results, circuit Judge for release on habeas Julia Hanson president opened the W Morris, Jr. by wire from national shape to play his best against the

j-j... '. .. :'k&V. yest who :were married by Rev. OA. culminating In the .grand. final rush corpus After: the hearing he was re- meeting with the club prayer, followed headquarters, Indiaaapolis urn Follow Out In Detail Plan* For II Phils. This paves the way for "Reds"
.- Thrower yesterday, They will' manded to the custody of the sheriff Chic Improvement In Smith to exhibit his wares.
,Saturday nightReports 1JY'reports from the secretaries Winning the the second timeis
'.i make their in Fort Myers and appealed to the supreme court cap Community Galloway May Los OutGalloway
home on
; >; : !
\ i gathered from the city and j'j'i of each' of the clubs making up the a much greater achievement than I
The court holds that the didat do flashy
i & .',. Hendry street. supreme any
the
r ; I adjoining towns during the last few federation. The reports detailed winning It'once..
Kenneth charge against Bell as drawn Is "I am greatly pleased with Fort playing In the spring training exhibition
i Mason and Miss May Bullet the candidates club the. last
days left no doubt that : activities ot each for: Florida won ,It last year, being
:Myers. said City :Manager A. B. Cut- .
z not sufficient to show that a crime I games nor was his training program
were married Wednesday at noonby I' best candidates I
their
Several
doing
were year ahead of the forty-seven other state
; was committed under the statute. :ter who began his new duties today, too arduous. Chick Is a con-
Rev:. F. A. Shore at Saint Luke'srectory. even telephoned In from the i A slight change lD.t e federation's: departments and the departments of
"and its- progressiveness 1 aee a
eclentons ball faithful in his
: ,, : Mrs. Mason is"a daughter outside town, and declared the battle 'I by-laws being desired it was decided i I the Legion In rations foreign coun- player _;
W'cuderfucroYi'lh and bright future
1'of Artist Bullet was on-that' they would make the COMPANY to postpone the election of officers ; t training and loyal to the team.
DODGE MOTOR I,tries. I for It" C. P. Staley'B tenure of office K, isn't considered a youngsterany
r
stones to victory -
last few days stepping until the next meeting. Mrs. Hanson
) I haTing expired last night Mr more and on certain kinds of
,4 ; : t: QHOU and an automobile. spoke on the 'coming International; i Cutter this morning became: FortMyers' I II wobbly grounds he U notably] 'Wea.k.i .
1 ( E Only three more days, remain of federation council of women in I: '
CAPITALISTS MRS. CLARA ANDREYSI \ new skipper ;i
the big race that has for weeks BOUGHT BY Washington of the proposed change' I Mr. Cutter Is a native of Massachusetts On the other hand. Smith flashes and
i all the
1 ) I scintillates over the diamond
> fetlrred the Interest and enthusiasm In the laws, of the "no '
game fence"1law
d BURNS' TO GROUND of nearly every home In Fort Myers and the state board of education i I I I and a civil ensiaecr br pro infield looks taster and snappier

; and vicinity. Ont all the Press' ter- FOR $$100,000,000.00 HEART DISEASEICTIMI/ ; l fession.In France He and was..erred'Jie ma'cr o' engineers Panama I, when he plays and his tobacco chewing *

aggressive disposition has, injected -
: i : : : AMIOFIRE EPIDEMICs ritory swarming women In eager and girls request hare for been subscriptions -- Mrs.section J. A.nine.Hancock Florida, vicepresidentof federation of Canal zone. :Mr CUtter is a mw of:I I some life and pep Into the
I personality and comes to
; : and their efforts are aboutto Sleet, of Payment Hade In Cash. ; women's clubs addressed the meet NAPLES RESIDENT DEAD I Fort pleasing Myers well recomswnded: : He other members of Connie's cut
For these Smith ta thIS
providing do not reasons
bear fruit they Heralded an. Iudustry'sLargest : '
log, commending the excellent reports I
.; 'came here from BlneCebj, W. Ya.
for time at least
likely shortstop a
let the last three days slip by without DealBy ,
: .DcpartneBt On from the various clubs and been :
foastantly Jump For sonic time Mr Cutter has
for the Athletics. Ills throwing arm
; ,,. 1'f9.. ffsSO Till 10 protecting themselves with plenty of stressing the advisability of closer Roth, Funeral: Take Place Todjr at I going atoned[ the City with Mr. Staler hLt
is the equal of la baseball.
( Tile Auoelated Preen) any
: !' votes. Two O'clock Ia 1 Respective4'emaluafties
1 ,' > O'clock, I 2 NEW YORK April\ 1.-News that co-operation in the effort for general in his daily work as city manager disposition, is genial!, ta spite of his

The city and towns of all the IIUt.\\ the Dodge Brothers automobile company betterment, and has absorbed a,11 first-hand I rough aspect and he has fitted nicely

F Wednesday afternoon at 330; rounding territory are on the of Detroit had been acquired'by Mrs. Laura Jean Reid. R. Ndirecj I knowledge of the city possible In so Into the system.

.. j.. o'clock: the fire' department was help their .favorites and not let | a arndicate'headed by the banking l tor of nursing from the state board Mrs. Clara Andrews, aged 19 year, short a Mice. JIe has had much food "1 won't be surprised It Smith :got;

...:: t.:, :called: to the home of W. C.. Coolidge other town snatch victory from them. i ; house of Dillon Read Company of ot health was, warmly welcomed and died suddenly at the family home at for thought; but has no plans for Innovations -I la there'' was Connie Mack's only it(

:1 ,f just.oft themselves Into something greater the' assistance which the board day afternoon of heart trouble.
; C house so far cone that when the ed here today as one of the most important I I and as yet 'whether Galloway would be tht
i the distinction and honor ot running of heilth stands ready to give. Mrs She had been married but a short of, city parkwith
I flames were extinguished nothing but financial transactions in the lie sees the need a shortstop or not The Idea prevail,
: h' winning race. i Reid much valuable information'i jLime to Nelson K. Andrew She has I
: :a shell m skeleton' of blackened history of the automobile Industry. 1 I gave a new city hall and auditorium however that Galloway will need t,
o : the been % from heart attacks for
"" Every day and every Uof upon matters of hygiene and also suffering and thinks that a swimming pool
I {- timbers I remdned.t : The sale is said to have involved step lively; to win back his position
_. .Mr....Coolidge estimates his loss at j few days is important in the rush more than a $100,000,000 which\ was presented plans for celebrating on several years. \ weald be quite an addition to: the Started. as Pitcher: '
". and tumult of the remaining period } May first. hl1dr 1J'9 day" making it The funeral services were held at tractions of the ctiy While theseilhJiSK
3& f more than 5,000 and carries: $,.000 paid practically all In cash. I {$ "R 2 o'clock this and burial
/> f tisurance., In addition to the house one Is J apt to overlook opportunitiesthat Representatives of the banking pot only a festive tlmet but also an took afternoon t have been talked of for sometime as a pitcher on the lots around Los I J
cemetery
.t ,"' :all I '}he furniture and clothing bed may cause disappointment later Arm declined to either affirm or deny opportunity> for: Imparting health place In Fort Myers I nothing' has been done towards Angeles. When not pitching h* played
't and candidates are urged to make a I with Mortician L W Engelhanlt in 'making I materialize. Mr. Cut-
hundreds of dollars the sale. Clarence Dillon declared hints. them,
f and bedding and the outfield The long thrown
ti ;worth ot: han-embroidered linen, the careful survey ot their field, so will that be that while final negotiations are not Mrs. F. Hewett.' president of the charge. The deceased ta-survived by { tera hopes to see them, brought aboutIt helped develop his heaving apparatus 'J
1 .'. possible source of Votes federation of women's the husband and, parents. The latter, intention to follow out in
& *. work:oCbtre. Coolige who's an expert every completed some announcement relative Peace river is his until today he possesses,an, arm, thai
this:kind of fancy work weal looked after. to the dell would be made in a Clubs spoke brlenexCusing'herselfby .are Mr and Mrs.\.1. Carraway, I detail the plans for city Improve- base
t I ; ,. at. .. who Mr Fenell DeadlIrl. shoots the ball to first as
Then there ,are many persons the :
to assIst in
hereit outlined and
that she
two. In financial circles saying "possessed a great 'menu as,
day or
lost. rifle
*
true :
;, 70 died of! straight and as. a
\ f ,'",' \ The Coolidges were left with little earlier In the campaign promised was declared the sale consnmated gift of oratory, but unfortunately left C. Fenell aged l extension o( taera. I II "It was pitching that aided me" ....
later. !
candidates that they 11'01111belp, cancer at her home at Naples yesterday of
extension
: financial battle between the Dillon it at home, I "There must be an "
,j, more than the i clothing= they wore as ; a chuckled: "Reds. "J always could
: make 4<< taken
o'clock and body "
v them to the
for
at
', : ,they ,stay most of the.,time on the Now Is the time Read Company and the house ot J. P. Three' minute talks were given hy W. I water gas ao4 seeerase. said Mr.I pitch but when I got my first job!
unless
prombe. they L.
Mortician Engel
for care by
*; city'dock where Mr.: Coolidge has his good their and Saturday Morgan, representing the General club presidents 'on citizenship playgrounds of I Cutter, "and. as plans are being made with Houston; Texas. they mad an

',4 i da'it between now Motors, Corporation, to gain controlof home hints needlework, hardt rfor extending city limits to take in ,'infielder 1 continued' at
\ "sign paUtlag studio: out ot me.
night 'their support will availnothlnc. She was a widow and is survived I 1 the i
-
a* the blaze originated the Dodge Brothers property. guild and, ,state institutions I much surrounding territory extensions i attention.to .
It supposed that that but nobody ,paidany:
is the'1'aee :
; f: .' As matters. stand by a BOn F. It Fen U, who recentlylost I ..water gas and sewers
of
:. -; : from a forest 'fire- as there me until! last summer when Frank
I'
t.
t&rkable that's why the Bonita
Burial at
even; his wife. I '
,
Tenlght will be far reaching.
numbers of these around Announcement I for.the A's,"
; :i' : ? ;bare been; next few days are' so. important, a11i' Springs cemetery at 2 o'clock this I home .' Bmggy picked me' 09
1.-Negotiations NIGHT; PARKING J Mr. Cutter and family are at
DETROIT i
: the burned 1 in close April I Smith plays a woeAerful game at
JtT'-.iulc
; one/ I
;,. : / win the biggest funeral services atBonita I,
+:. t 1 enables candidates to- Brothers Ine. afternoon. after tin I the Staley residence on Rhode Island '
sale Dodge
for the of
_**. ..... : :'proximity: .the ,Coolidge residence.: honor:If they ,but strive enough whose AGAINST LAW Springs: church. i I shortstop. On double, >plays> : Bishop
avenue
of buyers
; *, ;Teaterdawa'bnsy: dalor the I ta a buyer or group and 'Reds"make,, slew quick psesfaand
: = ...
will
't -:: } ? to'' reach the top.' The winners -- ., resigned as city:
.. who
not be learned U now j Mr.: Staler ;
's .. It.: ..",'n Ire department. In;the morning at be those who have lost no, time and identity could 'Watch, your' step Police officers 1VOMA? fiA CII OVr>LK DIES manager In January, wilt continue to the play Is completed ta ,atwinkling.
": in here'and an announcemeat I 1 ;.
xi .30 o'clock Utey were called to the B. stuck.'to .th. 'en". I progress He, comes op with hard
who have Job say that all night parking la becoming and la

.f. engage
late A. live In Fort Myers
,
be expected: : today though he
4 0 oD'the boulevard. may 1--I grounders and even
: :." $:tTtastalan place minute since the campaign started .. K1NGSV1LLE. Texas. April nasty ,
of common again and soon yon may business for himselfFlorida
local
C. Schwartz rpresentatlve aid
,
Reds recover :

Hre whlch. endangered tumbles gslcklj' ,
:
torest
to extinguish a It expect to win this ravelyoumuat'go and Mrs Henrietta King, 93. virtually unknown
: Ton yourself in poll court for in
.New .

,' "that, section the Dillon. Read Company ; arches the ball to,_to
ln
: now net
'- property : after rotes and the: outside world, ycpossessing
: fraction this ordinance unless .to --'
'" did bra aa'unoccupied.shack in for'them.."* Work"on, (jour best)I York banking firm told'newspaper row ', ranch Trust Co. r Has *.,:B seK
;. : .. and wish: this morning. remember to.. take ,your ear. oft the. the world's. largest atwr
men He ducks to the H lbt or left
woods..' ,; for ''lame etc subscriptions: country's
the the
: friends' atrwta. and rated as one: ,of :" Favors Fort Myers l
.. : ;At"uae the were. called: to' ex- them where It '_trlll helpAMERICANS nlgbtT liners and apparently leas ;ao laMd
: and show : The rule against parking toy over i wealthiest_ women died last. I
Y t 'tingnish'a: woods fire back; of 'thei "LOST" AVIATORS : weakness. Opposing players raze
> >
out ;
) to win -
yon I an hour on: First street between Lee I towards
'.", s 'JHtcott'ree.idene'ou'Anderson avenue .' are open minded, any i him his titian hate':.Mfcea aim, eonkpicnous ;-
f .-. SAFE IN: SEEKING and Broadway is, being enforced. i THE WEATHER tn Fort ."
r proposition Myers. he
Ia
1 whiefa i :MMfaagtred, the.budding: : .. in. IX CHIXA n'TO7IELPTEEDt' 1"'V. ; yet wHhoot nerves
F' "" _. f : THATEtERSBy I Making ,U"turns at either' end ot j i I the! Florid Trust Company to and; an hostll* cjp.*d sever>> pbaast
x that loeatttr '
E > SBBRINO L three Broadway ia against the rules and r : .. local representative.
wu'agatn April -After Highest temperature' Powell. i him.i .
.
'.'At.W.J:.>.l. tt'department_; :( .The A.. *lat.* Phsit*, 'I'ISHA1'.GHA.I. days of'short rations and little" waterin tome ot .you. who arc, guilty ot -vtolatins 'i. yesterday' 0 -75 This vss formerly the' G.; & .Miller.Boad 'i Connie Mack has been teaching him,

vttoek Wedneadaynight fir*- '.. April, I.-Any wandenies Everglades, ''C.PtalD' R.. A. this rule, are due to' ,,for ar- I Lowest, temperature tc. Mo:tisge companythecompany : :: .dhow to bat and has changed aha

,At 1ft to, Kt out a small ,American whe becomes strand Smith and E. P> LotU; New York aer- *est' say ,the ;police. These rules. arel j last night .. ..-50 whUi] furnished_. funds for stance at the pit.. -... .' Is not

me wwft: _* .bars I t,forth ;from the ed In China 'tn future ,,,01han".1 ial photographers; who! were., forced made tor, the, good ot tu' 'community" "-t j I' Rainfall 2t hrs. to\: the new Fa.a..k.lli.Arm.: hotel\ and the hitting so well> .; bette. black 'decJlnn .-

blaae wfcWi tfe bad Mined CoolMse house;,1 better''chance'of 'being-helped?home : to'land '1ni.a huge swamp Saturday tnd should. peobserved.x : ,: "'a 'in: '1nIJ ,.'. 9 I, new,,,PrtfcUfl teU4mK! I. through" the. .to-allow h% a ftrtU wide:swing

roof ot ,lee blid bees' ez titan i has-an*'"of' bit, lineoti; 'prede-: : are back in" Sebrlnc'todaT.. little the i Wind: 'C dirSction..a efforts, ot tor PowelL at the plate to wftt as). tea bent accustomed

'- hem w1!._2.M f ta the day.fc t I ceasors. : U the .*m. predicament. .' worse';for' their''' experience.. w ,.!! .MAS: BUYS:,LOT: j Wind,. f eT., miles .-,6,c Thoef who' wish to. erect buildingssf'fireresisting "..... < [tQ, told.

.. dry and care-tec Orw i ',JUatittaff the 'aeceesR1I of'doing, The awn I as: tlwyVwnpi dthe { Shy CI*atFpr. : material' an4 can every pitch.: lllris Isis. .

: .I$ ... '. resat in we sonettttec. U this BeW. the:American tabortoai,-work of repttHag their'en- ''H. C. Cooper with, tb9' Stmiaole .. .. ', Barometer .. 23.96'.show that\B revenged :front :the the pitchers. set,' <* sip en tk*
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Y .Land.. .l&For'Sale\ O'N'A: ,'', in .ExceptSunday I i it Tampa-Fort Myers\ -Everglades(

3 .f1f, 5'';, KEPT to the Gulf
t Steamer Everglades
'Shawei'osB''GarmonsSi I t RlliFir : On Steamer DIXIE !
< j : ;.;.J.t1aIaIt-! -, ag. I 'Leaves Tcrnpa Tuesday and Thursday
Pass it around I Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday and Friday-

t1 ;i.Yh Lee'PnCt. (!gas'Iae'.e1ghtt fClottJ I 'after every meaL i Leaves soo aJa-j return 6:00< p.'m; I II \ Leaves Fort Myers Friday for Everglades
: 1iiftliTarilt. '}arYeD.tstlbe Iftmtrreacbli Give the family s
':xlt6i'Jt.UPattm4: l :'tic.' t the benefit of its Four' boon on Snt: !bet Beach WATER TRANSPORTATION
I USE THIS CHEAP
>4 boa1em: Ule' .-TamJaml t aid to 'di est1Dn.t
...: reeot' 'to. !1''utaretans m tea atnieucnrr >. I'rodue1' purpose Cleans: teeth too. Round: trip to Sanlfcel, >$L50lloand I .
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foV rtr tb<<. completion of Ute <:2jKnuuo a* completely: a. *B> nee fly -men. the liouse. .a trip to CapUva, fi5 j
't bom.'w.hidll the Wooaa's 'Atnieue: There 1 1U i to be a wimmina pad L
'dub of Cbieairo bae taxt beirnn ooOt" tn which aod divtaa contest 'of Ireland's Dock j
'8 ;1T U-ouLcE thatlamoass Uota totoutIeaty will be Zt: tezular penoo*. S Bathing Telephone 115 for Rates
; Je I+tq;aD .s u r.l'Oll nmniB track aod--biUiara room ; Fishing
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.. w- ,f'...,, ITouao 3 ags'ags &t.enaJ of remarkable. will be a bU room dining For 'furtntr'InfoimaUoa call atCity U j
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4 rreater and greater to Unportaet The Cart tart! *tone are t; mJ.: Deck or nODe IS :4
t1 l eo.'Park\\]Juw.,';bd.l.riaffil bo ikU&x.projects..It riven over-to shops while oitiee. part is a ewe hand re and without Notice
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,:r ,,. *'ia ps." j*.til> *T. '.\. -[.o.'I''I' 'MPRESrof."iGSemin ; I struction and ''= ZYt miles from Fort Myers on Lee'County Boulevard. Lows Royal Line'y LI LIa

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t.;.Y, ,...i ly ;"elglit: ho dtcA j Mesar,: Investor: and'makers Speculator leadadirectly' : t : 1 : ,, y

f'" :, / 1l Jt .. Therofdif6/ : .,la 'jut.money'Erenrtainj I' offer'has. The Fort Myers Building 1 .230-lst :Street. |Ei | Regular Passenger Boat Service
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: ;: :B Qcatowl. ; % ? !I good economy, too. It prevents decay and saves repair .
e.!: t a. iiaocial 4 fI.-i hills We handle the :Martin-Scnour line of PURE'paints. E '

'Wby' tiot:>i K"'loistantlailyTwk i ( e. i and varnishes. Satisfactio .and Service:; Guaranteed, 2_ operating. on a ::
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# IJ UrlD" : :, sagas: Dusts |i Royal Palm Park. Come in'and'let us showy ,1 .. .

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u ) CHEMICAL CO. ;I; 230.:-1st StreetimimiMuini .5 5 'drinX 'or' upon ,any'of i

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: .. --'- Sienna 0ff I PA2EJiT-TEACHEK:: TLfB-S i iThreatteacher >' first Creole: letter fraterntty v.a efeB Tavern at \VUliamsburg, where'y i ijt I iiiuiuaiaiiaiuiuiHiuziHainnnuniiunnuiBmiiniiiiijinijiiiiii}: : : iiiiiKHiiottUiuiii: { ,
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school districts In the State. With the: !:tlitcrirm is expected:: to be a replicj t 'No.
cc-operatioh of the Delaware school : cT the Apollo rooD.in tag old. Iatt"'tlPi't'it"gll'IS111IC11'lL1UI'tlilt )- bird cjjovs: : ttcMUST sleep.titlirahulllIlltnlit -- I Ii Under the jurisdiction of Local -

auxiliary association each of these ', - -- -!- II-.i !.:' : lUll 11111 1U1IIUtiUII. : I Tl corator =
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I meetings and: a pamphlet illustrating> : .- ., $.
w I r MMeo'4 ; the program, showing what has been :
accomplished along educational tines ;E Twtent acres on Headry Crock. Ten under. cultivation. II= !\otice hereby gh-enthd on and af ter MaY 1,4925/iui- 5
!in Delaware and other Stftes. = One; fiowins well. Farm BuildfeE&! Oft fiw. road connec- ::j| tit further notice journeymen painters wages shall be | ,
School Life tie MeCHeg: rr Boulevard and Taiaiami TraiL Turn west .j 1 '
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at white house after passhjet 8 mile nost on the Tamiatnnyail. c
'" I'lH BETA KAI'HA fELEBUATE :=: just! 5 I.. S. Wilkinson, Pres. s_
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::I1.iUflL 'S -;:II' Letter ;; On March\ 8l< tfe, sold: the O0 d-Will We,believe that Mr. and, ]\lrs.\ Crafton, .II i I!i iIll I'

BY HARRY B. HUNT taxes running to <6 per cent on Income Iii Ill this
and complete stock orI magazices and by devoting their entire time to t I
NBA Service Writer <<: over$500,800, a* against EO 1
+ %VTASHINOTON-The "Mellon" per cent on Incomes over 1200,000. I l

: 'I'i\y. --: Auction-In tax plan. providing a\tItax sharp rales-re-on previously assessed. .: r newspapers' handled by us for years to business can and will give you-our cus- II
The
proposed reduction on the
,Income'of 1100,000 and over, to to
.'f ,i'came be'erven before a new it .U dre Introduced...and a again new would tax Oft'be'targe considerably Incomes; therefore.sharper i'' Mr.: and Mrs. J. E. Craf ton, who will l contonersthe 'kind- : of service W? want I
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.,/';.;to tll.-i In Concrwa.taz.*U.euentlal.child: of,Mello It will,)'. dream.atlll be, than gress' ,that'befti grated j'a cut by of.the approximate last Con tinue to operate the News: Stand' in. our you ,to have. They will take over the,- ,

ly 40 cent of the I
per present-rate.
which'b ought In vain' to haveAdopted "
.-. and leKltlmatlied. by the William R- Green of Iowa'cbalrspan store'where you :have so long .been acTampa' Tribune account and will see :' l
1 last Congress: of.the House committee, who j .. Ii
But the Mellon paternity; which opposed the Mellon rates in the
was vtwal stressed rbefortt'when OoD&TeU.iU the bill was'pre.be u> .:last Congress bas n w.been won' customed. to getting your eragthatyoir: papers are delivered prom tly.l II j

va4e4.'It :not .Although Congress .to not in'*eaalon. A campaign In favor' of reduction d 'azi.neor paper.. < !
\Yewish to thank for the business
",. ,,preliminary steps for the of surtax rates to this figure you I

., 1'' .ahaptn win-be"taken elf the during new;tax the measure summer 1*' to' .be carried on' this summer/ 'The new O\\1tciStake\ charge today : a l I'
', I a7--meabera of the ',Ways and This wfll be done under the 'gul a"ct ; ,. t :! you have given us in this, line and to ask.
teans Committee of the House and., missionary'work for "tax 're
t Vinanc* Committee of the Senate. form' rather than as a straight andwill( have entjre.charge.iOf; l tliis' part that you give the'
our safe
successors _
.l Recognizing: that opposition to campaign, for* .reduced. surtaxes. .
,
'e.s'tte. with originalMellon by; the the secretary act that bill,ot it was treasury orlginat furipiered EVERY' the effort Congress will be reassem made I.I. of the business we hays conducted, i in:the. .l hearty' co-operation: that you have I rso ,I

rathet-:!ban with ,Congress and bios' to get quick action on >
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that the-.-eecr'etary' would benefit .l 'this' Issue of reduced surtaxes. I j 'past, ', kindly i g ven'us'in the past and feel i
j 'personally thereby by some' ..hantdreds This willbe- urged as desirablein we ;I
=of tbousands,of. dollar. administration 'order that '
> the tates
new be
may .. .
';t leaders areagreed* made effective before ther next aseesament'la We, have I long .felt] that we wer not in sure: that this change in t .
:; manageiuj&ityillbeofrealbeneSttoyouaik"
rt; tbat-the new bill must bear, on Its: I due. .. .
tee* at 1 contresatooal; origin. on the revenuemeasure I* i position to give important part o f \ :i *- '?,
'I -WJaerefore. we will have not the desired .before development that ,
Mellon bin again ,but ttte may,reasonably be expected during I ";
,' \' II .our 'business the attention it should
Met
t "SmootOreenbW. with the .the.session have aroused animosities Yours. truly '
l Ion theories present but cloaked :that might: endanger its :; )

-" +under- congressional*.. ,. e.. patronymic, chance: Once, the of passage revenue. bll{. with Its have. % ..,. and" as a.. COls quencc. heot; Y : 'p'n" '::: ;
; TTIHE mark at whlci the tax retJt cut Jn the tax on bi. Incomes, to 1- & Music Store
. .ductlonists are setting their out of the way,a deadlocked Congress been aloe to.give you ,as good service.as OOl ,
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J') sights--a" maximum. surtax wont much matter For that'to I :. '
j rat* of SS pet cent. the dom1na.UnC.ctomesUc Issue : .

,..', a ;t The,present law,established.surJIEALTII -. on the administration slata. I; (you' *,- ,- -were: entitled to, ( By iJ B.. Parker.iHiiuituiHiii2iiaiiiiiuiiii2uuuiiuuiiiiuiiuiiiiiunui ,0:; ,

PROQIIAMElbertonrGaAprli with teachers in health instruction, .
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, ":. ,l--Thls, f:1tr teeth 'and eyes of all students:; and ''l l nnmnu1IJunUnnnnnllllllunmmmmmm! .!! lJIlil!.! : : ,,r .. .
With a'population ol 6,475'has; a,com visits in the homes. Milk U served at ': ;: i: '" -. :
'I prehensfve health program. A school .receag'to'Onderuouriuhed! children. A ; :
::i nr8e''tPploye.; 'for fall time, keeps- new auditorium has been equipped asa I .
regular office hours for the treatment gymnasium and is. used daily under
of, minor''all ents., She co-operates. tfle instruction of physical director. ANNOUNC1'MEN: ;
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S $20,000 in cash: will be paid'by The.' Florida. Society of America for j the feusiness.liife ofFo'rt: :
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By Contestjt
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.. -j.: ;((8lbl for OU,'to* win a grand prize, of '10,000 or.:one of the.'smaller: ;gone:into ,this, 1;matter J: most(} thoroughlyand, \ve> 'ask that:you bear witfe\ Ms( :

,.awards.Thefirst distribution prizd money'win bee made on ,
,; $ :.JunJ.--ThIi' : : contest' ':nay"Glean"a.fwrtuae.'for'YOU.: "Detailed' information with Mr. Parker. during: :the past week time,being': promising,'you that it ftlfc

,, regarding the rules", :and i prizes .as well:, as complete iu-. '

. -.:';; I.., ii,, ''f ormation willbe-about mailed Florida'yon* various,upon Tccept-of resources.the'and attached Industrial, coupon posafblUtles = and. believe t ". *-*" : *that w e,* wHl. be, nJJle.toV, \ $ ", piraiRX tq' iiiid out your require:

.1 'irhich, properly fliWouC. eonstUuTes'year! fflci entry. .'in the.. : '
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:. ,1 : :, : : .: ; \v e. ,' pole G prig yeu ;%$\ $ M'$e.

1 .v' .' ,>J ,.l.THE nDRIDA.Department? SOGiETTOFCi ; ,.'" -,:1MRIC.tI,- '1f f"". .- ---4--k"' .' ; i! 'will 1 -.feast. try t t0. do this. ,ami will apopportunity,:oaf ift ie ales"+ i U,'

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"FORT: :MYERS PRESS DEAN WILLIAMS' DOZENWe I YEA, BO, THE 1 OOK IS A BEAUTIFUL SWIMMER 'i It f 'COMING EVENTS r : {"

..... DafiT (itXMpt Banda'.) at tb. Prma Bnnd1 g. lit JackOB t !\ .
: Street. Fort My... Florida. wish that every one who reads newspapers "
"L Owned By as well as every one who makes newspapers I llydtteeda!, FIro tt Ki..U.-4tfa&--J V- will
,, T'!'t. Port Myers :
THE FORT MYERS PRESS Incorporated could: have heard Walter Williams Dean of the at the fYankhn Aftwr***! at
00. ,X.j d HOSIER,.PnbU?her' and General lfatagv School of Journalism of the University of :Missouri 12 meet.clock.Woman's;;. '
when he addressed the Florida Editorial I i o e 0 t_ .
Katered aa Second slam mall matter March 14, mi to t*.
ag .eM office at Fort Myer Florida, under tile Act of March .. IK1f Association at Gainesville last week. Since they I' .A smoker @ .id at'Do..at
could not, we want to pass on to our readers his 7 i .;'t:a0 III
R'e. .Foondtd aa a weekly newspaper en November 2X 1U4 and aie :
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dally on March 14. MIL twelve distinguishing marks of an educated I ,, .
"' journalist. Shorn of the Dean's interesting : .! .. e.r ., >>"
JOMBKK OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WIll ... ..
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The Aeeodated Proms la exclusively entitled the a.e for style and bereft of compelling personality 1 1i
repttblleatloa of all new dlpatche credited to It or not other- they are as follows: I __.. Fort dt lsd.'tatte i'' .1'r ad taseferann'.egl4t& f
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wlae credited and alao the local ,
la thus aewipaper newe pnbtlahed '
: he..... The first mark of an educated journalist a ;
.us richte of republlcaUoa of mpecfil'dtepatcbea heroin are i 1 l, : t
aIM I'Merftd. "passion for accuracy. A good motto. "Be sure k
t 8UBSCBIPTIC1I RITES are right; then go ahead," was furnished by t 1- S
you & &
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fa lite.." Collier, Charlotteand outride XCoUter Charlotte tI "

The to write calmly,
Davy Crockett. ability I the
Readry Conatlee and Uendry Counties twill bold the last bMtliit it _,
'OM Month 1 ,.. One Month f ,15 I to write for love and
clearly, rapidly; money 3. .
''Three deaths ______ L,. I Three Months _____ 1.7. I 'jT."d rpr scnt sewioa at WallTrail. ,
et* Month I.I Six )Month ________ IM dear life-these are fundamental marks of an ,ben of MrS W. It ) \.1
jt" Oas Tear t00 One Tear (." I educated newspaper man. If he lacks a passionfor Pmsram: nortfft. it4la$ At-

The Weekly Fort Myen Press One Tear ... ....t00 'accuracy, Dean Williams said, the journalistis I Tdctjnjf cCbi1 eL ,;-.f I
Tbe 'Weekly Fort Mven Press Six Month* $L21 of little consequence to his fellows. '.. .; *T -

The second mark of an educated journalistis Home DeaMMteMsW r .cMh will

SUSTAINTNO MEMBER the ability to see straight. No good journalistis lurid sue dng' at et : ... Mks.. I
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cross-eyed in what he sees. lie looks straight Undsey wtU .&in,. .... -
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NATIONAL | through, keeping his feet to the ground while u--. .J'. "': .:' :I
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19255' 1925 hitching his wagon to a star. .

ASSOCIATIONEDITORIAL The third mark is the ability to observe. To ; Fs4i ,. Thud. ;
Jt observe and to remember what has been observed. r. The .* and 8- will _kt At ha I

The fourth mark is friendliness. He must I Legion borne at 7:5clock..
: ...bar gaatkcrm Newspaper Publisher .Asi oclatfea.Xnaber I
good humor and have an interest in other
possess II -
Florida Press Association.Beater .
] 'Florida Associated Darks people. An unfriendly man has no business in II I T1 Sun City Sittings t
"If don't like people stay out of
journalism. ,
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journalism. I Dr. Frank B. VTnotaap,jiDiiir. atiher 'f. t

The fifth mark is belief in his own job. Astbor'e club.. ".._ antis "
Wednesday \ 'temoon. April 1, 1925 The educated journalist recognizes: the power and I Tbeoddre HeliNeelt; = .

mission of the newspaper which is the articulate Ie Geegrspber." B.. 8&.H .Mfe. F R. : .p.;;
BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY voice of humanity.The G 8 born>> In 'Attfrftta ....*.. toWashtatu

Better than silver and Gold:- sixth mark is alertness. Journalismis college )Kaaaa; B.i.

Godliness,with contentment is great a forward looking profession. The journalistdoes college Wisconsin: fca. tea xuch

gain. For we brought nothing into not record much history; he is more con I post graduate work ta. Harvar*. Berlin :

this world, and it is certain we. can carry nothingout. cerned with what will be today and tomorrow. l and Oxford y,
And having food and rainment, let us therewlth lie believes in action. He has brought to a UK ealoaiaatiea Dent of

be content, 1 Timothy 6: 6, 7, 8. derelopaieat a British
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The seventh mark is imagination.! "I believein plan with a Ttew to eqtaMMtog' kin

fairies." Dean Williams said in stressing the Florida, and Is a.strong a4r"eate

'!'D"'OBT.' lITERS PRESS PLATFORM importance of imagination. Unless his spiritualeyes of the Caalp Oxford fia. for tauter- f-
can see farther than his physical vision, he attire edccatfoti.
t, A ud Loan Association.A cannot be a leader. We too frequently close the WIth -* keen apatacMlOB' of Ute '.
BmBatar gateway of the imagination.The unlimited possibilities of the ...m.cpicb
Plant for Jfnnlclpal ITater
Water Softenlar
be baa elotted to cooperate .
e camera
mark self control which must "
eighth
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be acquired if success is to crown the journalist'sefforts.
"a&KI"na&.1'. Island Park: and Municipal Aid I. I of the motion picture lndu
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place for the school. r
.tarnuB.Btrer. MOTORING 'try in Florida ? .
ABROAD AT HOMEThe
Treat BooJerard.Fn The ninth mark is knowledge of news. Some Many other lines of AJDer1t'aII1Z3-'! Possessed or a large acquaintanceship :

Bride t* Crescent Tkach.Doeper newspaper men have a nose "for sewer gas stuff," Capitol in Washington ton! work are carried en in Chicago. ': among Ute prem_at aatbor ofthe

UTCK, Ckauel to Protide Entrance for but the real journalist will evaluate news becausehe I I II MotlU Ta' classes are bold in school old and aew worMs Dt. Vroomaa :

'Oe M G.... Tnae13C.apl.U.a knows that news is force, like electricity. The I ONE OF A SERIES OF TRAVEL TALKS I aid settlement houses will be a strong factor opoa the a* '
buildings
., 19 Canty'i System ot Roads.i world is the parish of the newspaper man. The 1.leory, board of the tea City tndioa
educated American journalist obtains value of where dab women teach; classes for tbraea y
CempIeUea .! Tajabunl Trail and Fort MersiBeaatlflc a in the selection ,f atortw and
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'r 1'IIII..eIt J PWI1, news through the background of history. II both mew and women are held IB 'for flU pmteettn which :will carrylor

': stun at Hkjbways I-diding Planting e( The tenth mark is individuality of expression.The ---nd nearly all great manufacturing plaits y. a Arsaij. a it g* \ C'-' that.yssft..nta .

Caeaajrat :Fabss'alrag. Ta-tLual Trail Clear. acrossLa educated journalist will be himself. If we I I many department stores donate as-.t' _" flat gt dea

Casatr and c. .aJq..1; Rojal Palms aloag have. had ,journalism, he declared. it is becausewe I boar of the worker time for lesaoas. tioaa .
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have had journalists. The completely standardized xi and porters and scrub: *VBM ea are
-.eenru Beakrard to Pnnta'Buss.r newspaper destroys the fascination and ? 1 aught. Tra }tng'for tote tror. Is ,..1.-... for aereftt why. seek he .,
,Bag Bad to East Coast.
+cnttee w child training daring;
by the board of 4eatio& At
reward of the profession.The given
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eleventh mark is belief in journalism asa ., any time any place tile yeurvuad: ,
-M ALL FOOLS DAY I j wherever there people who waatlc JiNec& by Ute Dearer public actloo3arbe :
are .
profession' of the public sen-ice. not merelyas I
'to < .*sfe".eoIIIirM fa not T* setat -
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for t.1 taught 3S an occupation private greed. The healingof i '- "' the class la frankly ex- :
toMMd.'lad an
V: Did 'you pick up a fat wallet (today only Co society is more important to the good physi- i fur them : ..; .:.. .'"

f.Vr (find> it:filled; with a,_wad of worthless paper cian than his fees. So journalism in its last !! I _--___ .-- -
instead of the expected roll greenbacks Thisi analysis is the servant of the people and the I

,'was"' All Fools'Day, you know. educated American journalist will be an attorneyat I Outburts of Everett, True. 0 B.Condo :Y
Many a man has kicked at a paper bag lyingon large for the people-and if he betrays that < _
the'street, only to"discover that it hid.a brickbat trust his' franchise should be forfeited I szwkcs < -
by the II ( HO ; .30rJ Z' & e.. YOu cr
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and limped away'with crushed toes. I 'J f
.; One can imagine that An Fools Day originated'abouttheUme' public.The Ii I ; f'IVY SoRtd NJN N, := l tn "0" A U'rrLmCYU R 1
twelfth mark is belief in and practice of I ; tlt) H' V (.4t} l tJRSrrCF. tut1r dvt{..N I ..
of ,the Salem. Vitchcraft or perhaps democracy which Dean Williams in I 11'G:
explained Ii '! : IT CbM6S TO KIQD\:: OZtltnRS You l.egv I jt
at some earlier date., Long before the oldest words of Pasteur, "as a condition in which every i tHFM" ALL' A R"' c ULJ\R: ,
.of living Americans were born the people indulged man had an opportunity to put forth his maximum I t: = CAPTAI 11'1-I L'9T e.'R-
: m'moreor, less armJess"practical jokes '*
effort, where every man has an equal I -
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,oa AH Fools Day.,, chance to make the most out of himself. i __
.It lip perhaps'one of,the most foolish of the i iI ii i -=

customs of, today'which have been handed ,down MALE JURORS AND WOMEN'S SMILES I I ii rli
from ancient times and its origin is enveloped in I i ii

mystery. It is evidently:'a relic,of England of,ye I \
olden tyme, Reports sent over the wires regarding the I I i 1, -
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trial of the girl of California who killed h v .
4 t, '" '" young I -
her mother because the mother cautioned and I !
KEEPING+ THE ;HOME. .FIRES BURNING counselled against the the
i% company younger I L I __ =
<" woman was keeping in her attendance at jazz II. .Trc'1i12Ii
,/ tn a"tIM'JitepJe of oUr.Country destroyed and semi.stag-'parties. declare that the young .
by ftre ".3'11.- :worth' of property. 'This and attractive murderess although admitting her I I -
..almost unbeHevaWe loss is over twice that of '
guilt, bases her hopes forentire.. exculpation on
:1918> and.nearly three. times .as large as.the loss the fact that the "jury is 'made up entirely of :;

of .. the male sex." If any jury, either male orfemale,1- -
To matches and smoking is ascribed
part of the )ou. $29,045,007. Second comesdefective deliverathe body would deserve most severe.censure Tie test tame of oJJ buSJagi tn 'AmerL-a e4PTR t nl ,(
chimneys and.flues which caused a loss from all justice-lovjng It as _-
people.
Of $ .,...1.... Then :comes' stoves; furnaces, means probable that the; girl will be adjudged by no T solvea HE American trardler who re. latrobe and Charles Bulfiach: and x % s-tLUTtr
to see his own country'fNe the t'OV i. Ctf
I wings and dome
WMn and their. pipes; with,$18,658,248 added ta 1851-
; spon- guilty of first degree_murder, but that she should wandering off to foreign 1&65 ._ / =
tuIoa combustion with-,$16,110.9-15'sparks'on; ; serve a term in prison of a length sufficient that I nda always picks \\ashincton, D The baHdinff consul of central'
roofs, with $16,981.342, and electricity, with 2 at one of the first cities. And a
: she might come to her senses and realize the Stcre+ building of Virginia i sandstone
the first
914,01,789.If tide.awrreffate fire. loss in' 1933 is to be pear mensity but and just.gruesomeness. of her crime would im-'I United probably States.isit is building which the Capitol is that be of will the white painted Massachusetts white and marbleIts ti.. .

y any Jes*. it ....t. be accomplished by individual i Is the claim that men are swayed in the brow'o{ a hill that located is itself on length M in 751 feet and its breadth

effort If the teas continues to mount .by 1933, I verdicts from' the jury room by the winsome nearly 100 feet above the Potomac. to ranges 324 feet different The main parts from 1211!
building is
t this also win I have. been accomplished by individual smile the demure face, the pleading eyes the 1 I I The 1827 building The was built in 1791- ,, surmounted by an iron dome which<
effort, or, it might better,be said, lack of : powdered nose and the shell-like ear, of the i \Ulam original. architect was rises to< a height of 268JS feet and
Thornton who
,!loot. ,Which ,way ".will.,.the balance swing? Uis died in 1827. 011 the dome is a Statue of Liberty
plaintiff, arraigned before them as guilty of a ;! desizaj were modified by B. If. 194 feet hirb
heinous crime to which she has made confession? I

.WOULD 'RAWO';:CONFERENCE Should the well-fitting gown be looked upon as an i EDUCAT10.T SHOP
emblem of innocence, or the well-turned ankle JTHE: li be,
."The'GovHWMBt has begun,preparations for considered, the idiom of impeccability? Much 'I' Variouswomen's- I jtba> Interior department Some workmen

etJHME world radio has been,written in a facetious manner regarding organizations: dmen' ja t railways yards, eager to Ifam'
conference
a on ,to be held at clubs
a are eo- peratlDg with the English
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WaahiasTtwb D. C.! This) would be sequel to the this ,trait of man,;and the action of the western city school authorities of Chicago /phjrsldaa secured.tb* assistant Utroagh ot Miss the Wet-yard
jury will either endorse refute
the
or accusation.
LondoB confereace of 1912. Americanization work. An Instance la
Ex, i more city: supervisor of adu1t' du atieu. _
At this. c nco'the'"strjdeaItiradio'and point la described In School LIfe. pub.QlI'N An empty freight car provided ,ftlISStTS
ooinptmi ktioK sawe" the' 1912 convention will,betaken

up along. tt&M :'demandedby ,more:'moderneandttfans. POP ONLYIS'RIGHT < 'j'v.. '-....t'i.t"- :-' By Taylor .

When tiM London ;meeting'\was held, 'onlyCTunnHinirarionB -3A4 CHit1t .. ,
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wksI. I: between:ship and shore COME W HERE'I fE5S1R! ucos OF OUR FUNCJ SYSTEM ITS IT'LL TAKE kA :ELK W'E.LL 1 51AMAC -
tatioae. ellgidatedt"but'at the i To 6Et'I1ftNcs : orfLY \
was forthcoming A1'JRECK-2fiN! G'SFiL E : L 1 tAVEN'T 6EEN
.atheifac. the radio telephone broadcasting UNDER M ,AMD R'& UNDER 5tRA13IITENEDOuT FELLtNG1hEU.
.MtiMNM awl ate&ar iMprovements will be studied AND ALT: O*CTHER MISTAKES JN-14 t1004Ot1 LATELY-L'VE
with the lint of wbiMtteff! them to international ACCOUNTFOR'nti5? FWDAC1 DN

r qiitran>ests) What we want;i to know is: ;Will MV HEAD ORSOMETHINGS

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'- _,:, ; .''A' .N ext week is the week to be sorry if you don't get them i I TIns is the time to gather in your promises. Fri s" ." "

The, campaign closes Saturday night and unless eacih. ., of.the candidates are urged to help them this we<, If .
1 .: "r' Aa contestant! does their best this week they will have to tlioy intend to help them at all. Only a few shortfl ays .;;; '
f a '1 stand.aside and see the autos awarded to else until the ;
1 : t f.{'.;; l: someone now final wind-up and then everybody educe
;j j.;" ,.. : Twenty-five thousand extra vote ale given on each ,- who are the !lucky winners. Look over the list of wi orks3o.QQ.from .1, .
now until the close of the .
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ers see just closely bunched ice
: '. r:'.-. ( ';: some of those who are now at the top can keep them.. they are. :aid ":',.
'' subscription would put most anyone of them er +
selves there by hustlIng this week. Show your speed : :
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v I ((1)) No prizes will be given until each subscription verified. $25.00
; :.- ((2)) No sums of money will be accepted with a blank subscription tub r
4-i j :,,u-;:. : I $160.00Purchased 'or stubs, the names to be filled in later.. / :
,t! ": .+." : : .(K3)) Every address must be plainly filled out with subscriber's named- {
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r': :, ... :, .,V. M.\ -Hurley'..Company? ;.:,. will be strictly enforced for the mutual protection of thfcPress '. .--;'
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(::-' .r', '., ((5-.NQ checks\ of any kind will be accepted and'only f cash will bgcountedto .\ Slxth Prize

., ; '.::a:, '. Fourth Prize, .,.r" .t.,'_ check with the subscriptions : JJT:- 1 '
: it" (((6))' Candidates should have all checkS'made.payable to them aIjl should t; ;;
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f..,:.'.; ., -', Ill Cash .. .. 7 o'clock Saturday evening, April 4th. #/"'*";.: \4I I In Cash :; ." '. '
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rlPesoltiti THE FORT :JTFEIIS PRESS. FORT xn s. FLORID .
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:Asks.State.Lebislatur ... __,""-, '_ .. ;.,+'j'state X..-..JeJ'Mr.a.n as under: the;ilalne laws;_..of.and Delaware; !! '"'; .. ___ _.. ..... :: '-; _= __ ;w. '_' ._ -"' T'l. '

g /? To Not Tax i WHEREAS if such desirable action _
i I' Intangible Property !
r ia: taken by the Doming legislature I. !/l... { .
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met of the last legislature and which
The follows resolutions were ..la to re In pursuance of said policy; adopted \ .,.
;has been so overwhelmingly '
.unanimously Jdopted at the All-FIor- ,I Therefore; BE IT RESQLYED. that
by the people at the last general
Ida Develop*nt Conference at Vest I;itt i Is the sense of this conference: I
1-,1'alm Beachi larch 26th.! upon 'mf ', (1) That the power now vested ia election; : '
oMmendallo by the resolutions ,,the legislature t Therefore BE IT RESOLVEDThat I'I.
f( com to tax"; intangibles ,
:-i-mlttee com sed of: Peter O. Knight;,,should for the reasons before-men-1 lit. is the sense of this!! conference that ."- "', .,.... .. ,,
file, corporation laws of this state ,
"%b"W ha.lrman; mpa; Jules M. Burgalm -1 Uloned.! ;not' be exercised at' the coming f should be. at the coming session. of 1.I'f!#' <, :t. '" >' : 1 -: '
r. Beach; Frank B.i i lIeSston of the legislature; < II
.... Shutts. fl'jCeij i rl s. N. P. YoweU, prlanScoring. ,|f( .in That :if it is found necessary !the'legislature, so revised altered outsideof 2 ; .
j -' ?de:_ Sebrtnit; J. It.ialuota .|to tax Intangibles the.rate of mileagebe ; I an! amended'as Florida that persons easily and I I :: ; :
the state'of can ,
gLord. } Arthur F. Perry1|j fixed at the lowest possible; that i quickly incorporate under the laws : ,: An Eversh ,
t JseOeorle S. Candy Saint word
; tithe "intangibles" be so care-
;of this state-tor the purpose of doing ..... ,
a.,: i,Peters uf; and Allen E. Walker.uiem fully defined and guarded as that the i business elsewhere than in this state; :.' ., c
.tDt.et liven. result of the act will ,not ;
; q 1' so passed should
small annual tax
elate !Land that a
z 4 p WHEJJAS, the people of the be double taxation of property; and
: i :,iof Fieri, at. the general election that: the statute of this state now ia [be imposed upon such ,corporations
held in'!l4<,by an .overwhelming existence prohibiting the,taxation of I for such prlvtlege.t ? ..
II FURTHER RESOLVED:
BE IT
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vote"fcckpted a constitutional amendment' stock ia corporations that now pay; of PENCIL : :
laws ;
!That .present corporation
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inhibiting the state of FloridalromtliiftS' taxes on tbeir property be carefully I I this state be eo amended altered and I '
any tn: upon inheri- preserved in such act.
changed that people desiring to- form
d the income of resl- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that ;
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corporations for the purpose o>(
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i 'of this state; and, jcopies of this resolution be sent to' desiring I
'lug business in this state or
,. the extraordinary act -(the Governor of the state the Senate I .
to amend the charters of such corporations -
vUy< nt,prospertty that this state {is;land House of Representatlres of the I capital ..
the
!} or to increase
k now ending.is the result, largely of coming legislature; and the press of I stock of such corporations can. do so I
this moil worthy act upon the part[the state.: ;
t more easily and more quickly than
of the ,people of Florida such action j jWHEUEA3.. by the adoption of the (
existing statutes.
under the present
upon tleir part evidencing a desire 1''constitutional amendment prohibiting I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: I:
to lnvltfapfUlInto the state and the imposition of .an income and Inheritance -
I That copies of the foregoing resolutions I
i rte protect it after it la Invested here; tax. the people of Floridahave "
and IT given notice to the 'world of! be transmitted to the Governor
iof the
the State to the Senate and
WHEBEAS at the same general their desire to invite people and cap- incoming I
House Representatives of the -
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election ..constitutional amendment ital to this. state and that capital
and
legislature to the press
was adopted/Petmittin: the legisla'ure when thereafter invested in this state "- FREE ..
the state.WANTED '
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to I levy a;tax on Intangible pro- will be protected; and. .... :
erty, suchi{ax not to exceed five AVUKHEAS. by the adoption of this I ,'. ,.' -
tills on'the dollat.! and. constitutional amendment it ia more I I 'Y. f. ',
? WHEREAS, the purpose of permitting advantageous to form corporationsunder : CLEAN COTTON 1; ;' : ,
the JegUUture"> to have such the laws of Florida than under I II I II
power waS to 'enable It to tax Buchr..Jlropert"AI the laws of any other state; and III .,... .
U aow'escaping taxation WHEREAS because .of alt of the I RAGS AT ONCE. PRESS OF. l
ai\td'ia the' fveijt'tSat' more revenue aforesaid the corporation. laws of I I ; :' ,.. ;' I
h6ulj be needed for the expenses of Florida should be revised and amended FICE. ,
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the state, and not'for the purposes,of as that: it will be as easy to form! II I > ""'; '":j.,!;' .
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double taxation;'fand.WHEREAS. corporations under the laws of this il I '-..'.."
tbft"pT68cn income of f ;"'7( ;' ,: r:. .
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{ the state from aUJ;sources Is suffi-j 1 I i -,. ".., :'-:"., ;L' ..: :. .
cleat to pay Itsf\erpen.es.: < '
the affairs,of I hesitate are properly I ROUND TIMBER TRACT I .: ifJ. 'j

and economically / ; 42,000 acres virgin longleaf yellow pine '
WHEREAS the people of this state
by the adoption oft lbe.constitutional: timber fee simple. Land is worth the :
amendment prohibiting the levying! of I asked for land and timber. $37.50 Ii :
Income and Inheritance taxes have money : 'f.
announced|lhat the. ,.f'are in favor of per acre. For complete information call RUSSELL PARK i
reducing taxation i'much as possiInsteatfjof I ,
his Increasing! it; and, personally at 301 Pythian Bldsr.., Thursdaythe
f WHEREAS, the great glory of this I 2nd, between 9:00: and 3:30: o'clock.
state Is ;not so mucifits unequalled 1
soil Iti',: 'olderrul f resources Us 1) Lee-Benson Realty Co. :. .
great possibilities. snit its matchless t
Climate, b I Its .spleqdid Fort :Myers\ Fla.


1jsm this the the most Florida;state and.Intortant i.Misuses.egislatareJ.wU the of coming. 111 the I ttWHERE. the policy history be.consc"a-I one that of of)i...m..1"lmi"11II!. IIi 11I1111 IIlIi II II 11I11 111111 III''llltllllllllillllllllliltllllllllllllllllt' I ',, Ii I" 4TOM 0 R R 0 W;. .. r


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." AUTO\,. : "\" ., : : : > PAL"laeittg want you and your neighbor and his neighbor. to '

q... if44 t ; .': talk Russell{ Park-to boost for it. >. I
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i ',you there might any'auto needT necessity Itlo E i this week without extra charge at i You have heard people talking about Russell Park ,f

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\ "you' want eRoyal already a Russell Park lot owner, we will give you, a ; .

k 'Ererfthisgfor. ,. the Car". r !j Airdoine Theatre J JI .ig ',1. :genuine silver Eversharp Pencil for taking a minute. ; ,:

Auto ,Supply .. k:._ .---y'; .j. ': ride in your automobile and looking! over the ."MillionDollar
;' Suburb." The only obligation have to fulfill .
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r '.' i I I BALLARD FLOURDemonstrtiOn 1 .: J i

representatives will be pleased to take you out 1

::1 I to see Russell Park.l If you drive your own car, ride butt j.

slticias First street through East Fort Myers and over the Lee .

', E ,;.County-Palm Beach Highway until you come to the'llg) 1t

# :: orange Russell Park sign on the left. You .
1: .5 can't miss! !! Jt "

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made trola anaeteal. ,


.btlotograph, t ::1:1I. : RUSSELL PARK
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ac r In rance_ pit cUoa. The'number, : .: Owner and n, ; \ : = -'. i

w t I laereashlg | a: i;: > Demonstration at. ... ,>- ''''- A\i t I : Developer i
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An' lir insaredt < 1'F|18'. ; Lepn Building Phone--.499 2: '

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douMe''!1 I $50,603.041 bhsfnnaw i bloct i< ;tth,gt.alI2hassee Grctti ii
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i CLASSIFIED ApVERTlSING RATES I Personal 1 1J. t lt.Baltimore yesterdaywalked''smacked a ;'IDETENQL OFFER of thE PvtlUaa.NalWia: *.- 'l1t\TesS\ ;otter'f3 :i i Early LegsIators

T"TES IN-Tk" P: C NAOLLMNA .utrF.. O\r Ic 1'0 k FOR'EACH WORD and sneraTy! ronductec! hiai-; ,,01 eleertu y the lit TtegaFaai

a IN EACH. ISSt:1'; A'Cvtnl:1iU TO THE lza OF Tl'YE:: YOU S Z CT, a big leaguer. ,, Ute tool obiJ for the Gccoirscte r i T \* atete. 1'...., '.
1 t'Mnnthg the wont;. inClttdw he "wordy! For htent" \\'ant..c1. e.e. A TIR i CTS AillrITtfiN.: u .uj Omit c..w. iBy April
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name and address or box nuxn er. T. Bryan and J. I:. -. he stih : tr-aersa i TAI.UAHAS2EE
improve Mack c
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leglslaar
C-pt. typo like thhj, 1 cent 'word for the tesulv
a acb day. .-rtyaJ.i: 'for
ere In town for a few days expects! he wUl !bo the bssti I mad ,rUi e: the r..1r.Jfte ia-'
Sept like 2 a-.cuue: TwesJay .
type this cents' a word for each day. ;if gfrii'ftt next *,aa tot
prospect Mack: has had! and the (dirtpreparatory itemv+"a', l
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luiittf torn up hooking tfaners for
S-pFtype iae this, 3 cents a word for each } die In today
day. -Fred Horde cams to town ( : the days of Jack Barry. An unusual offer tor herd surtacias aa4 c ; *
I la being cu.de by j that fnds toe
ftjys stay
10-pt type like this, 4 cents a word for each day. day on a business trip. a local dtvelupcrs in Fort Myers In paving. The same is Ire, o! Adder t ; two months. t

10-pt type like this, 5 cents a word for each day. Horirr<< Tronuced |I offering to give an Kversharp Silver':Colt nvecae.: southeast 0: Ute fire!
MINIMUM HATE -Cecil C Perry, of Tampa with i JieadubartT corner of I 'Tlie *
pencil tree tee as a premium
Swartbmore advancegnard -
collegs pitchers: K.gb
No advertisement will be Inserted (or less than 83 cent for tint laser the
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tion. yesterday in town to cbeck: Ute; Athletics at II' lots or to buyers but as :an Inducement i>i-strett sad Aad' fioa avenue.NAVY resolved aNUld): the tguaa.-

Advertisements orderedAte run one w ...-, _y.. will .w''charged 1-2 N. Taunton returned to on Monday. A holiday l was' to Just come _l look at the j I lion btLttp ot'tbe: l"'"i 1egfser3tfe; ; 'bw4caJI I

:teat per worO tu addition to tw regular ratio a point type. ana 1 ttnt -JJ; and the stands. and bleach- Russell Park development There U. IS GREATT'RAINli &Q. ; 't asaed ei" )
'ptfr word OD ffer itaca. Petersburg this morning.M. I
TERMSCash with fans anxious to see no obll3lk)2 to parchise; ; the tme ry ; Ww jor'presr 1t :1ti 1
SCHOOL
Jx advancaVottee a -- leaguers. A few familiar being the pencil la offered as a good: G sgeaker or the h .st'1u re-
-: o "Card of Thaoiu" L. Taylor, of Arcadia wil: with tie that the a .
or Reaolnttoae' Inserted for lesa than from Fort :Myers were on hand offering hope ;

_It09.Forr own protection bring ad<.-tialns; In correctly 'typewritten, here on :business yesterday.C. the Baltimore Orioles! made' reeepirat will boost the prr>erty after -1 j In tquip.acuu4: la variety of ic- : 'n.lUl.'l' 'l i

JTliU paper is not r* poii I.I.I. tar ml a'r ;i advertisement telephoned iu. to hare a slaughter.: : ....elngit.. Tttls has been wurkt" ; s:1T.t'.o.t the .t'aiied: St!:"'es ti.y ii -S1'AL2.11ICTAFUOaL(!

=- P. Manhan. of Lakeland!: 12arashaw ant Johnny Car- by the developer) t'j: :=s. W..aeseti.! tote grsatrsi tauirsiris t.r&1'nft. iaailkUtiou : !

-- ,here for an Indefinite stay the rival hurlers and when who has devetoQiexl a namtbdr ot sub- lu the world, assorts ..ur ;is D. and a esIIn.
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TTe dictaphones ,
FOR tSALL, MISCELLANEOUS got through the fin*! score, divisions ir te satmrtis of Philadelphia lVib.cifretary; of the. BATia; theiiaixa : install.d.lt the:
....: .* 'has u.ih ae have been !
I T. H. Lander been. In ) to 5The Oricles buthlt tae s;.j has proved 'bcarfteie! to fejsSed woodi.nait.

, For'Sale-Rough luct.: direct from FOlt REPAIRS On furniture 'and for the past few. days on a fifteen to eight yet Mack's,i This kind 0: aurrtisnb ; by tue ictek uparteja.;;. barest of ui ur. 01 HcCIar &; -/In

''the sawmill to, Job anywhere la pair household Shop on utensils Short Street to tQ South Wine'* lie- trip. managed to bunch their safe-i would not pay cr.less the 'n.velop-I of acatlbd. T 'la&-tr.(aing ivislcn of i 3 p..t .?'tones are common these;hrgaa -

and Ground .w 4rt Myers. See us Let' O. t and Boulevard crossing." East qr Fort A. ich: sandwiched: between two : taeat was s'utkic.utly developed! and the bureau narigailIm; :Ia la'rusteu ::i:1': ;. ;bi::. as tar aa kaowa sjsp-
Fkt
ton, ; yon bn>. WhItaker & Clifton, tyen 3-11 ITte r...II, ll,, Cannon:of Columbia, S 'errors, produced the ten'! being done alonz high class Itist' ro preparation *or serviceof: : : ;hc 55d" ,- 't :h jv tu be installed in.1:1.T6 t'dS"

t' -Aato Exchange: l'lUc.I. Federation :baa been visiting relatives In that there would be some real and r.-cruUs ajicu..ilr taken into the efll. &linin.c

. I Heads } :city foritbe, past ,week. I feature was furnished by tangible rferetopEiea "'M-*' ti-c p oVle ?..- .;>. Vacte m a, n-oo. a'l talks! otU ."'"'7 day Fort Myers b. :
'preJl&fuircr
-J-xm- SALE Souvenir program ot Are Entertained sub outfielder of Cie'' called the "Rttar:.. :i : i of new 1etrolQftU! j ja ; t tta'iog
., PomA I eon Celebration at St. Au- ; n f.v : at pro rry- lti i 1 and tss.-il eolirviy lnorait of th*
rustlixFlorida.. AprU 2. ]. 4 mat to is ___ i George Burke and Ernest } ( 1I. He .aterped to the piite In Park: U one o? the bos k ova doe- the w,.::; the,' are to perform are de- : !'er pbft ODe : wjOljjc
WUth-whictt..t(
any 'adrtrt-HM upon the remittance ot JOB, of Lakeland! are traarsactlu Inning 'as a pinch biut-r.i,, In Fort ..... There : :!ngu Pf tO the P1
t<
.to defray cot and poaS"Wnle 1'. It.Hill. 3n. JoSia-Hanaoa. presldent-ot-the: velopTieuts rti. j v.tope.I into tkili.- seamed; ani nie-
Box 10*3. St Augustine. 101ort<1a. Lee county: federation of women's la town't'oday. ( Stukes was pltchi: 'ig. Roser ;:;I IVn,1 1x> tit S miles! of hard roellaed ':l'nutc! :aue .a 24 trs ''e schools. The ; ;imif-: ttaaerl. fs only a

J-31-Itc, d :a drive over the right field !!, road laid: about 1$ miles of' -'w.ttXH from -1to few snort years
clubs entertained trRiii.a courses vary
at the Morgan! hotel ;
rOH ALE-Dan4, tine S-room house. -C. B. Foster farmer, grove a tenific hit and our of the t tI
side walk: about 8 mil* ttsewer';
Instructors
I 3S weeks la len-rts. arc
'at luncheon on era .maturla '
can Lot be iOxl&O.done. hew East and Fort aa Myera.well built Small as ; J. II. Hancock of Punta Wednesday Corda., YlceI er and apiarist was over from wallops; the A's have ev-r I I Liaises and 8 miles of 4 'and: 6 inch I II naval officers, graduates: of the j i STAKT OE.T :

payment down--balance like rent.notioit I president of section nine. Florida today. I' in any exhibition match. The I cast iron! w&if miles! all of which! j jIs Vailed: State Naval: Academy: assisted .
cola Inc.
Iteatty Company, In the sand after the have been ..mov
I-U tfo. federation.ot women's clubs Mrs. I: being: done in a first close: manner ; Ioy! petty officers who hive special Tree .
: ; -J. -Murphy will return to ( two Baltimore players who make and lasting !iRohb! & SiPckey lot and lomber; _
FOR fcAI.K Suburban lionm and' Laurie Jean Reid. It, N, director of home In Ligioner, Bu, tomorrow I! : the length of the clout. 'i to permanent j qpaliffcat'oas! for the work. The 137 loc *ei: for Ute contractor's tool shed|
chicken (arm. Extra good five-room l nurglnr state board of health: Mre.Fraueee .. improvements. ; different: ratings! among enlisted :u 'ushov j
.feoum. r'rmge. chicken houw. brooder 1! ter spending, ,the winter here. It was exactly 474 feet, a real ': I Ii ot the task. Not "fin work of: bailding the sew bn1!
president the magnitude
Jlewitt, t of the
howe. On acre of ground. House fully : n clout brick business block for!thls,.
furnished. Com In and lot iis chow you. Peace.-rlf er ''federation f I i only m oft these men receive: technical [tome ... .
o women e
Benaiuoi Realty Company, Inn 230) First -Mrs. :J. D. Schell.. of 'Olga, (Lefty) Grotes opposed his i i BUILDING: NOTES \ titorrrialag:. furniture firm begiBs at.I
mechanical! but theymast
and traiKin
:-:Ttc. clubs and the presidents of the cr- mates in the last three !
tteet. I team
j the day yesterday with Mrs. I and will be rushed! to early
gaaizattcna making the 1-ee'conn- i AROUND TOWN become familiar with naval customs I once
up on Washington avenue.E. and. whiffed five of thtjn. I :
FOlt FALE: l.CSft acre of land on ooun- Gephardt c.1 pletion.
ty toad, only three mile* out. tlaO per federation; Mrs. McCannon Alga; I pitched with real pleasure ; anti! procedure.

acre.* One-fifth. Seinlnol cash, Realty balance Company to buitpurchaser. ,I ITrs. F. F. Flenuning,:Eoni'a.' Springs J.: Becker and J. fi. [: his old team mates sod Brick are being laid on the front of i i'I .nm.1SSAI OR BESIGI9 B'it s

I I as- *30 First street. 2-27 U.:. Mrs. Sullivan East Fort; Mjrers; Mrs !her have been here for'the past I'i l the: spectators with his terri the post o::ice arcade today and ratio CllI-\:\ESE SCHOOLS CLOSED .

i W. Stanley-tHanson, Fort M>ery Mrs. el'd. 'I jiaPlde" I
Felt SALas-Pedigreed wire-haired! Fox day* on a business trip. brick pillars are being UtI By The Au* late4WASIHXGTON mete
.' terrier pupa t month. oM. Two mates I O. D Webber of Olga and MHs I and Stokes divided six !n-(There!: will be a ten-foot: one--.YaY 1 1I I i -!any Chinese schools have failed April L-na ;

|twos Lod each Two Naplta.female Fla. f3 .OQ each 4-11-tfc.Cypress -i Flossie Hill were unavoiJablely ab -Miss L. Elizabeth 'Weimar between them and both looked I I concrete driveway around the poet I I to opts; this 1e.Jr'oDd others haves I Ijmatlon of Alexander P. Moore
e. '
& ; !pent yesterday in town visiting Earnshaw yielded nine of the ; of ire building:! ; for the use of mail '' < en greatly; hampered fn their work I bassador to "palD"'b1ce ISZ!.jphaljtteen. :,

.For board Bale-and Ono balterlea electric. for:eneralor1f'Wltrh-1 private! .l ctrlo and relatives. I I runs while O; l.n. a br'tlier |cars .and trttcks.i ''by the disturbances in the country !laid before, President Coolidge.j .:_

light plant. In Rood condition. Mrs'I' ''Medical Inspection of schools has the Washington; stsr'; per- i Brick. sand and other materials are ,and; lack of fnnds. The cductionaldepartment "j Although it is Dot'-ret .cc ?>tedyt;.Is

Harvey C. Carter, Naples. J-21-Stp.I been stimulated iu New York by a .Ralph C. Snow, of Lakeland i only one tally in this last lhre I|bein? unload for the new Elks club :I[ of 'ekin.; university i aaderstood: the 'pr: {fdent iajfgivlitg

FOR. SALE-A wonderful pirkn> l an-I State quota of $1,060( to every district spend a few day in this city I I i on First fctrert am: Coctractor J. C.I i however has con-.int:9t1Its Cork with thoagrht to the selection of ->j6ncrjceasor. :: t'

-tJraJ lot 6 xiRl Just oft of Boulevard which employs a medical inllPedar I I! this morning the Athletics i McDonald aud CVntractor RI.t.tl"e t& aLtrndaic; of SCO students, at On corner this aide of rxlison'a. I>'!* than acting'business' tipJ I .
two- hundred feet from "' ''f'r. Bin bare for tall timeNews \ for Sanford: where the' last I hive their lool theta up. nicely painted steady: rSr KS hats bs-n wale on the I B

Act quick. Lfsifr and turner.. will.return to I| a., exhibition, game will be ', end: lettered. '. ten buiiJtags; and tcach(>rs' resl-, LOT in Glenboro Grove a wi
doom -- II. Hays
y30; rip
t Leon E) : U1orrow;
TWO beautiful brick homes being j for Richmtond. Vlreiuia. St ueki'x, mnrniar ."r thp erection L.i" See Walter U. Ksaae Rea'tarBte-' :
stay la the City bf Palms. ,
New Management ------ -- --- -
I built in Glenboro Grove. See Walter '- \ ="'i{ I

!Rv Kanne, Realtor. -K. K. Sparks, Howard EX I ''IN" ,

land for good When you enter the J. ;b: Parker and J. L. Walker of Saint C or f
reft,TttADE-160 acres a
J- store,t9 purchase your favorite! newapaper'or visitors ; 0 \I\: e. I" ;
4
auu>n.obUeSee Auto'Kxchanea. burg were business ;hi .
''CUttlMI. 4-l-.tC.v magazine yon Ml| meet yesterday, ,., I .,, ...\. v...,,_ -.J;t... .. J
new faces :behind>> the counter, -L. ; '
FOR. RENT 'bat been headanarterg' forbooks ,.. : :1J\, :'.
.rarVer's !t "
-Mis_Grace Deerings friends J : : f:, cJ.
'm pz'n' and newspapers be glad to.know she is Improving: -..;.. \J.\' ';-r: Y \

ron RUNT__ room unfurnished Poinwtlia house for years but"tbe business &as'grown seriously 111 at her' ',I .. r Jf:" ..#. '"-- "\ F", .
I East Fort Myera Apply \ ter being ." .w::
C'
Ofe': 3-l avenue.
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on
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not been doing justice to this depart- i : -,:
loi
I'OB _BEJTT-Light ..kousckeeptrghbafh l ;" __ ..
ment of his business so cold the ma- Brewer of North. Fort -=t--.do.'t '--!' ;;'';;;; :!: = -I;_... l "'t. '- ,

.., Samnier rates, lUG Xonreeoutvote. 4 13tib gazine and newspaper part of It to. ers-W., was F. in the ,city today for !I l j} cl $ : 3' "j. : .' i >

:, Mr.'and ilrs.-CrafIon-who have takehcharge. first Utile 'for'a weeV"or""mlr! -- ",r.e. .." .." ,,==..,__ 0 .. n, 1.r. = .. ..,. I ,J
RE.-Furalshf.4. 4 room anart-) ; ,F11.c.it'1f; ; t'iF.i;", :;=.-rr.: -- : _
,FOlt hal b d relapse I '::j;.
,, orpip
70th. No children s
April owneri4 xpeetlta-d4, to.
:1J.ts The new :
4-1-atp. -
IJUX' theirbusiness' and 'Improve the' serr ikr. and ilra.'Ward'M.' Y

(t FOR'. RENT-Very nice rooms. by vices as mncti: as pos&iblhI1: I the guests of friends for a few 1a'

'keek or month. 245 Lee St. /llttfc'FOR ,they have'been In Fort .Myera' but ai before returning to" their b d'r

:' REINT Rooma at *408 Second St. i few months! ti Jhey havij made many i New 'Point Comfort.tConn.Mrs. .

lJtfc.FOH :friends who ...16h't c t abundant'sufcees'tatlteif' "

t RENT-Store on Blake itreet. John i ,fir'''*:1turJ! Sn'buliDess Burde 'Bldrldgv. who

.WBartleson at Fort MyeraVbo t-ZStfc..- I+Jn Fprf Myers. been "visiting friends here will

'tale Grocery Company. _' -her'home-ln-Saint- ?f"i
turn to :J
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hEW! FtEMSI111GSIlrith t
FOR RKNT-
Itro Poet Office204wSee tomorrow. ..
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Two block* __ : o t3 rr -
:ocd *street corner of QarrettJ6tfc. furniture and i
; wicker Isaac
Dew" Mr'and Mrs. Johnson
'call.at Colu- :
FOR. RENT Furnlahed apartment loor'rdgs'the'PaluijCity Realty- the
234 Fowler atreeU *-3 -ttpFOU spent U .-past winter at
office was all dolled, up yesterday Henderson
pany Mr. and Mrs.
.
f uruUiiedbtoiealow
6 room very'
p.E.-New aatf( ''a handsomesppearete'todqe
presents
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at Royal Palm Park. ApidyFowler started on ''their homeward .
Realty Co. 2ia First street' ,,' -. today''they will 'visit other ms.n' / ...
'- 2-wtr-ytp. i' tatfnl 4 .
Vhlll thlI tltm, has been,op :deals in theLtateVetore retn.rnlng /

r.OOMS FOR RENT-In new Cungalow but k 'tew months some large; home in Norristown Pa.
section. Box 210 (
home High dUll through and others are
beets
Pita i J-31-tp. have: putt '

five'' 'rooms; : pepdlng. i, jMi'C -. -' -"Mr. and lireI.. Bous'lought ;
FORiRKNT Bungalow
and
WUlitord.
mod-. : owner, nt'tho .
-- O! >d oath completely furnished' all sP past winter at the ;:
Oar n until li t'etn- J. N. Freeney, are t
'ent convenience' brotner-ln-law )
M. Harley.
Wm.
f lberf. 1, MJi. Box 718: Fort Myrrha31itp be hustler In Mr. and Mrs. r ,
prcTlcg Jhemselve. tq onf their homeward journey; 7 4

r I tai Kai. 'estate-:huslness.. .-.. day./; They 'will visit points la
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iiWANTED ,, > '. '
:r
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i 'Washington, 'DC. 9
4BtY lots now. se; < east coast, _
,..;,, __ [ Glenboro Grove
before
New York City
common labor. i R. Kanne. Realtor.
WAKTED-Real good I Walter -
I IApply
and want to in Iowa.MAKESW1NUAL.
ambition
g
Pao D who are ready for work at Ever-1 a >zs ASH, thetrhgmq, : '---.vBAEBAftDUPE .
W. It TO'BIDDER&J' -
Collier county. Florida. ,
J-4- '' '*! he'
BOOK
'E i 'iwreby < Nom: : .
Garrett of ,Lee
At IIZ
:.BOARDERS WANTED- Board 'qt"eountt rousmf..l..ra( ti
room-$1100 the
XVciJflesdaT!
Good meal and PountyJ-FlorhU. will i>n
J-k. i-Sf-tfG to t o'clock P. :
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of April\ ISIS. uD
day
psA sib .
of
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sealed bW for the hauling e
!.WA'OIlTtD-To trade equity In wall to- marl 3troeetve and placioc the same on the ro:>4. \ e r e K ,,a a
toted, lot for rood car' Address RoxXTZ'care ttc. ned tho hauling of dirt to make a fill Ttc or
Ilea trade all on the road leading from andEest'PortuMyealaM .ti1
theVfceclr and Blount place
t WASTttD-24.oo0.0O loan on Fort MyenrenHooce by of \M creek to I' '
with two large 1oSt. : done In accordance First signs of the' arrival ,
eeeuelty. Boa 833.: with the plans and Bpectfteatton KUK- I baseball season of 1925 wt're'

'' .)TBD-plhls. ctrl to help.with chn- prepared letter. and then-tor under Ma br direction the County and Teon- with the departure of the ,
Phone 41*-4 rings <-rN u- truL The marl I. to te hauled fm Udder the i league players for their
/ County. marl pit The successful! that'the'
and but season
WANTED-Touc. lady tenocrapber -will be required to naVe and enter'tntoeontraet camps
,.-kpaloeper. Auto Supply Store its::I and' >clv good. and sufficient ly arrived U now certain with
....rved to reject
:Jaflia.m shuts bond.' The' right i la -. pearanoe of the Graf _

':W\ TED Experienced Stenogra- any and hy all order bidshone of the Board ttl the 4th. record book. 'Aa axiaL-'- It '.' .

'. aalary expected.'Ralerencet dar of March.' U5. Boole, published by C. C. p.
tate
t.. vler.Kladlr.,/ Audi! .John B. Morris, -CKalrman. Dope l P'Zssercadeaao I
(' la.reply. Box' 102 Care I Garnerart. ; 3.3641xortl &: Son, Saint Louis. Mo..' S ;:.," .

'*a 2:-2te. --. .,. I of'The Sporting News'' -" ', ,-: '" '.
; ''Purwiant''to off 4n 2J. Artlcl*' I, of A feature of this book this :
'W ETO buy a retrtcerttof and the Conatltvtion Florida. NOTICE 1* which"fans 'win'''welcome.' 'is :
Iture.' ,.4dn.n. Irox:!!;, 303 Prose331.3tpde- hereby given that the un<1ersifcued intends Such popularity must
t. to *ppli to the L>rctsrat re at its next pearance o If practically ail the ;
r.eulnre loa to b4t bold this. year,act fOl'th. league.schedules ''In ;o :
to Glenborpr ot -a'Jocat [
b shelled! ,road *,:pasnage ettxtlontof the given"
valKJatlnK the cb In the major league dates ; .4
J y- See Walter.. R.' ,Kaune. IOXA. r>R-UJJAGK DISTRICT since includingthe the dayl: Special attention Is also beeserve iiimag

\" or. lag l > aloa of the Lecislatnre. .. ,
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acta of tta officers and of Le County. ed to playing records ; .'

ANTED-APPly ,,to J.; G. Mo and t....-Ctour.ty,, ceedtnea In cotmeetlonwlth of .lhe Circuit Court thml 1 year'consldefable; 'beIDC ; \ Tt'E YetbOth11aveaadeied ,
their
aid dn
of the
of .
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I' Flrat et... 4-1.2tp. of delinquent taxand: other. to details covering World's ccarpet .. gof

,Y.208 F -- : tara ot on4 the.r of-raid UBoard IHstrtet., of. .at-J(and "'minor league ,statistic' ., .' efBa dadIThegrcatc Efl1tUsepoplliaritybytheaimplc I ?, ;; 11 ( k
By -
Sg
,LOST' .f 20th .. -:: .; othIfeatures I| are 'a 'special l Dcogizs Fauballk[, Vrocc s of descnting it. .
mat l this day'ofeoraary4A' .- I devoted 'to'complete" ;: doorel Dc 1irightbettcrtaste-that'sthe / '
Dli t
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want I Ii IK. stamepacksttleat
? t if.you '.. -IL'GItJ.IfCHd t. : the alan :4)1: the 'major!league
your witch : of said Di.trkt DL' Faitb nka haS WI tt tulccas "maylt'of Chestr6eld: ullat else ,
.
1
Secretary inatructiona how to score
.. .. -2," ,. t'J zi': 3ar 1L St,' es; {:1.111: it 1 posters.ofmajor on. ; :-league InmuiyroleaCb erlSgldabut ',cooldaccottntfor.uchpop darty; -

5':. -. and l t :1It Meet tlait.Letaat = ',bpI EOT.AaaL"AL: IfLC'y1SG: J Siting! : the "height, weight. .

.. f ; information :
-I5-'to. '
't. TbAnttn Meetlna of tfte 8tocUioMer other Interesting '
of the Stripes'Citrus Packing otn- all major-league-play etc.It .. '
,:, '*eehton'WedftcsdayApril -
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'C.-.p '! ) .1i1tb' 1&S, ItUl'dNr, 2nd.parr 1221. at SM P. M. at the office of any reader wants one .
10 1CoTaI".. raw. 'rbs est1 and the rompeD, for tM election"ot D r and e- booklets vest-pocket In --terfieid
ao.-atp. ennuine year
.wrfor the
.. .,..rew'rd ton to :
.. Ute tratuactbut : of any other huslnea taay be carried, at all/times,
Ute 31x6.'-1ft' a e MehJrtfcy" propertym 'before' %1d, settler:"of arguments. ..you .
Uor-
on Punta meetliue. w r .
'IiOooob'8ar.C'ord NoUfT.T. W. Pear ,-' 'EDWARD ARXPT. a copyhy;almply ,lending r -
I Plew' ruUyera.4t 4-1-SJ-teL r -Secretary.CCffXJ to' (V C. Spink *\ SoD: Saint CIGAAETtTE$
to.<;\ ie
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M.( :who, will forward one $
-- promptly to the.readers of ? S'. : -eteaM 1L

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THE FORT JTTERS: PBES
Statutes Framed Against severe penalties for first second and embraces 46 State branches.The .mimiimimiiiiimiiimimiiiiimiiiiiiiiit! nlunnnnminululnnunuulnlfluuuuuulunllluiuunmutunuumm uunumn [
subsequent violations of the law. It first local II
parent-teacher association -
. ...\..,.- > j/ Liquor Traffic in Indiana1ADIA. denies sentence the In court third the and power subsequent to suspend con- !in Salt Lake City was organized .1 1 River Front Lots 1E 5-Koom Furnished House |
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In ,
1908 according to reports and
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r I victions' under the general prohibition since that time many associationshave Out McGregor Boulevard =i| New fire pace large lot good neighbor-
: POUS. April 1. The previous state prohibition act caused section, and in second and subsequent been I ; ,
purchase f intoxicating liquors la several courts to rule that possession, convictions in the clause prohibiting State. In 1911 formed representatives throughout of these the =_ Sea Wall and Riparian Rights =!11 hood, East Fort Myers. $3,000.00. $750.00 |
equally'almlUjr u having violated I or Itself was not a crime. The definition i transportation. Violations of both I= Only two left =
associations united to form the Home is |
the prohl 11 cash balance like rent This a snap.
ion laws In Indiana the of "liquor" also has been simplified sections Is made a felony and prison .I I ,
sad School League which was affiliated f
bootlegg<< under provisions of the sentence on conviction is made
'Wright the Wie dry bill' Just passed by>.: Jamie and ginger Included and In lemon the list extract are mandatory. any with. Child-welfare the Utah Educational work, classes Association. i| Garrison & Shultz, |;J 1 SEMINOLE REALTY CO., Inc. .|

... *Ut{legislature<< and which becornea :I"reasonably likely or intended to be I The penalty for public intoxication In health education for parents, and != Realtors |1 ,
k ::. ., ) ejfctive In June': used as a beverage." Wine, however has been Increased making It a fine I community recreation: are among the I E Room It .\rndeiillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll"=;1 .230 First Street |
,- pnderjh new law, considered I Iia exempted for sacramental pur,ot from$10 to $100 to which may be'' activities of the Utah parent-teacher =
; .am""c tit most drastic, possession of poses. added! six; months imprisonment J j 1= =
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4.4 U crime.
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i .... o-A : A defect lath. Provision. also was made for more I jail. Second conviction. of driving an; :
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court prohibit the person from I] I --- -- -
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The law also removes all property! 1'1I 1'1--
right in liquor kept contrary: to the

Moth Hole act in that which or they to liquor are any at receptacle is once kept forfeit and or provides vehicle to the j f I "


r r ; state.Where' fluid Is poured out, destroyed ,j. ,
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or carried away by the tenant or
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ir t other person when premises are be-'I R1S

,6'3; ,. 1t 1\ ing facie searched intoxications the fluid liquor shall and be intended prim:-I

t' for unlawful possession and sale.
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: Other outstanding points of the act
are: I '
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i' .: '".' Provision for impeachment and removal 'I ; 4':: '
of any state county, townshipor I I

; I municipal officer, or municipal police ',. ...:11'
who refuse, neglect or Uli to discharge I n -> '" _
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: ;'. r their duty in enforcing that; If: '
L 'law, and that trial be without. Jury. I III I t' \-t
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i' t his duty, the attorney-general may'
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assume charge; and employ whatever -lb1
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,'J Stored In a self he shall be immune from prose- I, I II y'u
cution for violation' of the act grow- I '
tag out of or .pertaining to the par- I
LANE CEDAR CHEST he titular testifies.transaction concerning which I' I ;


(Soft, ;Fluffy blans. rrui i,LIU* umrrm>


dust.. No*. dampness Free from ,' '' parent-teacher SALT LAKE associations CITY April have 1;Utah been I I .. 6 2
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|th damage. I admitted to full membership In the
National Congress of Parents and 1

'. Built to last for leacners.have Heretofore not been the connected Utah associations with 11II1; .D Y:

..' ,,,,.,- g.ene'rations.i A the national organization which now .

S sound investment. ARE YOU ALL Rl:> IXWM) I
f Jfanr 'ed biers Folks slate Felt 1nLotsLeft
Prices
are reason-
That Wa}.
ry able. .
6 Feel all out of sorts
Tired achy( Dine, Irritable
Back lame and stiff?
& Co. It may be the story of weak kId-
a Stucky neys! '
Of toxic poisons circulating; bout .
.: .. :.Upsetting blood,.and nerves.-
-Rugs Victrolas. There's a way to feel right again. -
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,\\Jt. .. weakened i : i
Help jour kidneys with .5-..
.> Dean's l"Ut.-a': stimulant diuretic. t
; Doan''* arc recommended: by many : '
Fort Myers People: : I I .
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a f. Claude Bethel R.. R, Fireman 353 I ,
M : Jackson St., Fort 'Myers, says "The
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constant 'Jarring of the engine weakened ;:

. -I 'ew'kl d my of kidney kidneys complaint.and brought At on times attacks M TAM PA j IN THE BAY .:

4 : ''.... I could hardly get on or off the en- ;

!: : .. '; ( 1t' < gine small because of my ot back.'such The misery kIdney.in the secretions :
'. of PIEi
r
S !- -: : : passed too often and burned. .
: :-: ; I used Doan's Pills from Hanter'i When these are gone--and I
Drug Store and they quickly rid mot < : t tII11
,i the attack.60c, at all dealers. .
::- f L r. : dessert? At any age Fcster-Milburn Co., Mfrs. Buffalo. I

'S 1jis'favori'te.or sixty-the chances N. Y.. they're going fa& --then, this i ;i


'- arc.i'n: rnilyJnswe /"Pieltt! Here's I I ,
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property comes the
> new FASHIONS :
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.' a delicious, kind, with all the


;. : :/refreshing grapefruit: flavor plus the &'' FOIBLES market until next season;!!= ; I I4'

a.'. 'smoothness o lc \ustard. And of by'Shirley Sharon --,' '
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?.; 'i-ks: 'i CQU4se'it': ounshing i because: it's'msidc more Davis Islands lots,will be offered this season-no new: .

,: "; : 1 NO units will be opened until next falL And
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no more
: ., .,, BordenVjSvaporatedhe ; ; property ,
o on Davis Islands will ever be offered at'the original development -,

: .;. only drawback-everyJbitfH prices, ,

:,,{C-yT; :U}>'want ;a -second :helping.\ .

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-S >"'F./ *\. GRAPEFRUIT: CREAM PIE :'t'
''' This The
i ;["f; *"tf'Cup grapetrutt juice '3 eggs :\ I .' Is :

;' >I; taspoonfui,grated I tablespoonful butters ::
: .M..' lemon rind: : X.cup Bordcn's .' :'\"--. S ,
1 .,' 4, :''tablespoonfulflour'! Evaporated; Milk it\ t"F"
r .K onful salt K water *
fcMp cup .
:l.. :t .uUespoonfula I' 5'' tablespoonfuls> sifgar -3i -J'' ..
._ lemon juice!: Baked pastry. >.t' ,
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a \ -fk* IJ .cues ,ugr/ f.. a L A S 'T --

..'-),.t- -" and Beat-nc4,egg yolb.'/ourth_ Mix thoroughly cup* sugxr'and.,Beat sift Into together the,egg flour yolk, ..It.-!, {.\ ;j I"i ; : -." .\ 2: .".-f."n... $ I

; ; 'g d iB/;'.Date'mile With water,'bring to boiling point, and ". r, .. J.. ij--. -:::} bit": '-_ .'.,",;: ,""' ,:'!."
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,-.J- '.f p r tlowlr over,the',egg-volk,mixturev Cook ;in'a- double f" -: -
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/ berg),the sriffly-beaten'white:' of eggs,. Cover top.of Pie I :r.1.,
;. Asguei brown lighdf j ii> a stow. oven., "This wiu make W$ want you to ;see-Davf; *, Islands' for.. yourself and will" be pleased i
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to ,furnish .
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:' .Iwo rots yjirir,viA tit.upper cut ofdunMerfcaps free tr&agt :
J t pie or ,ones. portation and an interesting siht-< eeing trip Tampa'jn one'of out'luxurious
i f' Pullman
4> haoc broken suddenly teeter'coaches p
'J :sad .siteeeyfvOy on At wtditpuled local! office which of Davis leave here IslaAds.one. Jar'''8ChedUle-. For full particulars' and" reservations' .. call''at 1 t-l1e, .

ndeaf. ike.Ptu-pieu dress.r A I"
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r: i 'rdttJ'.r Foe- several.jars theta skirt, exeept -)1 .
sizts'ta11 : as part of a tailored suit,has been as Charles I ,E. Nash : I.
F 6 oz,) swailr rue as the do4o bird and tie high shoe.jOut __S .5
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r ,f f azo''r skirt with may. .. buttons-.ac1scortS an 1 DAVSPROPERTIES', {
is U is change
:instant SUCMS It new a f
chi hat ;
r IZ1iC; ,and it is rtenudy becoming will! gay ; i
Rivervfew HotelHome
of .da '
asant blouses ertp ,
r. armorCULf., v v >.vess> J ; t
cotton voile.:, Itistrequenv. Office' in ,
Tampa ,Branches
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the "hifh" shades of jade Trou1hout.Flurida..
pt.n ...t> NaIl nfapdec-btue ftuuiel ,rad ;
.' |B 4e softer. shades' '
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