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 Material Information
Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00081
 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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41ST'YEAR "'-
NO. 112
FORT MYERS. FLORIDA. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 3.. 1925 PRICE 6 CENTS

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GOVERNMENT'S[ [ Beauty. Quits Hubby, Goes Home. ESTATE IMPROVEMENT I Two. of Mack's Stars i I PRESBYTERIANS

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CASE AGAINST l r' : ;< u:L"_'" I BOARD VALUES LAND :

i eR MAY ERECr NEW
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i Jv'"t"t..' a t IN RYER$100! S ACRE I C
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,i.: FiypeH / [ I Oilers Ten Acres la_Calousahatehee I t 1 w Xt Tt CIIURCFIBVIJJIN1! \

r As Well A( Other Suln'rs' d _
District t S t
Supreme Court Throws I ? Wf i I Land I ", y .Alafti ,,.= Will be Held to Decide I II
I' .,: Out ,All Indictments Against j ,. ._ i Meeting '"
I v Whether to Enlarge Present
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Oil Interests (By ThTALLAliAiS Associated Press) !
*in. .4t ni 3.-'trustees I Structure or Build Anew I'
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i INDICTMENTS 'of the Internal' improvement Fund
ILLEGAL
:are receiving in increasing number CONGREGATION GROWING It."'
of ftupiirips for information: I
Justice Official's Presence In Ii{about state Isa tfa that are for sale II I Annual i Discloses Gratifying t -; .
Meeting .
Jury Room Makes Trouble. I IAt their regttla weekly meeting this II.
: some Technicality J week they ataaturned down several I. Progress During Year j ,
I.I
'i i j offer for tract in various parts of I.I I Just Closed 1.
(By Tk* JLtcal! Trent) j I I i the state becaosje of inadequacy of the r 4A -
WASMiNyxo.v, April S.-The government's prices td.: It was agreed by them. 'F ,. At a meeting to be held on April

; effort to secure criminal hewtv. to adferti: a. number of a. l l&tfc., action will be taken regarding;
I : convictions against Albert B. t .:td i sl(.:> tAred through the state :I tfea eula-giag of the present church J t t

Fall and the oil magnates who negotiated i pr\t: the yenons seeking them boHding or the possible erection of 1 .,.

the celebrated western oil i, ,mM! trak ofttw deemed worthy of'' a new edifice by the congregation ,. .1.

land leases with him. encounterd a i (' )naidralion: Irfthe hs: were the fol- ( or the! Fort Myera Presbyterian
serious set back today when all ofT !lowing: J ; /J church
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the Indictments were, thrown out of ihirfj-one afe ia Polk fount : At the annual congregational meet- ]

court. nor b Oi.. U Inter''"'Hav :j provided they '3., C.i.xyx I lug held Thursday evening at C:30
p
; Because of the presence in the i received an off.r of not less than i| otlock gratifying; reports were made

grand jury room of.the .assistant attorney x ?, ills an acre. i j netting the growth and activity of
.. general, while the Indictmentswere I Two hundred acres of submerged: 1 I,I the organisation during the past
a.
being drawn up last summer, as ; land ia EVo* eel.a Bay Pn llasioantv Aes' year. .1

the District of Columbia supreme at $100 an acre. I % 1! Following an enjoyable supper at
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-ward Doheny. Harry F. Sinclair nor ., \s 'U e river afc'.HW an acre. !; friends were guests, a business

;Edward Doheny Jr., had been legally]} I Another tract:of submerged opj j i ? I meeting took place at which reports

.1 Indicted., The bill charging Fall and !poalte Osprey ia,Sarasota county, at I J for the year were. read showing
the Dohenys with, criminal conspiracy J JI $115. an acre *. among other Interesting details the

was first dismissed on the I Small) island north of New Smyrna, !, tact that 74 new members had joined

;' ground that the assistant' attorney I Ifi JI..oul& coimty.tAi; JW o an acre. I ui'hm the. last twelve months and

general's presence In the grand Jury I I Fifteen hundred and sixty acres In i that the church treasury contained

., I'oomwal, contrary law. The court Highlands toiiBr south of Lake $:j25. after all billa and oblgatlonshad

then proceeded In another opinioni I latokpoga, at $150 an acre. been met. Contributions for the ,

.... I ,' to' apply the same rule to the Fall Charlotte Nosh, who was "Miss St, Louis' in the Atlantic City pageant oi Small: tract of submerged land near t t ear were reported as .$7,658. angst!
'f, and Sinclair conspiracy indictment. 1(23. and who eloped with F. O. Nixon Xbrdlinger. has returned from I month of AlafJariver.. In Hillsbor- atisfictory figure considering the
7. Paris to her borne In St. Louis without her husband. NirdBnger Sa 39 oush couatv: :: at $leo. an acre I size; of the congregation. t

'. WEEKS SERIOUSLY ILL vests older than bU wife, t One, hundred and eighty acres in !( The church budget for the corning -

; :L.!! I weal. Duval county for SIS an acre : year, although considerably Increased -
J-B; Tae AiMwIate Press Tract of submerged land in Charlotte is already oversubscribed a
;>r (WASHINGTON, April 3.SecretaryJohn $75,000 RAISEDBY GREAT WHITE WAY harbor at $100 II I I i canvass<< disclosed. The pastor

\. ?' :W. Weeka of the War department METHODISTS i Offers were received on all of the salary;;! was increased to 3000. the

is 111 with cse being furnished gratia.tlders .

I t TO PUNTA GORDA !tHY would meet the prices! J elected to fill vacancies are: I
meweral truss
k : ; Vp to last night the sum of $75.- h; fixed by the before the tends f John! E. Morris, Colonel Halgrim.:

; : timation that, he. was seriously ill I 000.00 had been raised on the drive i would even be advertised' and the bid- Frank E. Modie, Charles McWilliama.

until. his physicians today announcedthe for funds for the new Methodist IS PROBABILITY I ders then would; find it necessary to'' W. J. Goulding.! and Judge J. Bowers t tCampbelL
;cause. compete with oQiers- that might
church Yernon G. "1derqulst. who sire to parchasw-.tractsTOYEARS'OLD d.\\ [In'Al Simmons and Bill Lamar. shown from left to right in above 1ayoa"t.; Don Trustees Pollock: elected and were T. H.J.
directed the sun of the campaign: Connie Mack: of the Athletic figures be bas two of the best outfielders j I.Hanson
E. .;. ,W.. Lampkin, Dead Willie Taken Suggestion With I! In the American League. } Both are dangerous batters and are being, BPo1Ch.f .
Up
- After Long Illness from a sickbed is able to be at his ;; counted strongly upon ,to.keep the Quakertown team In the race r;*, f ,
place .of business .at the Seminole Southern IU1U:> t --
4 Carlton Heads
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-, f WANTS TO FIGHT! I

:-w: "*kt:.Kf.W.-Le* .trkln; ,*aged: 60. wbo has I, Lumber: Company's: office..todajr:for ---aa"-.. *: Corporation;""., -._-:. -$*"i s att ,ij 3*.", ... *tfff- -. llllR DRAWS N R $l"f e004 IN 1921 w.1 -. ,, -lIQ Pt! 1f..B bard t s
the first time since he was taken ill < ;been" In the Lee Memorial hospital WEST PALM BEACH-April :3.- $30,000 IN 1925T
; for'a month, died at SSO: this mornIng No higher figures are reported for: A white way between Fort Myers 1 Captain G. U Gray ot this city wantsto I ILUIJ. The board ot director of the Lea

.' Y after a long illness from a complication todaY. and Punta Gorda Is advocated. enter the prize ring. So anxious fOR \ '( BT To Associated Press) Memorial hospital met this morning;

t, ;:of'diseases. The dead man Although the cost would be greatto is be lo do so that he has Issued a AarO 3.-An. investment in I and elected as follows C. w. Carlton r

.,. had'been .a' resident of Fort Myers erect poles and string wires from |challenge to meet any one of his age real estate here of $1000 made four president; Mrs. B. E: TInstman, first
:: < for ,som. time and lived on Royal STEIHSHIP LINES B1LA\T Fort Myers to Punta Gorda for a I; for a sidebet of $100. He has Just s | years ago by Gordon Dean and Ro- :vice-president; John E. Morris ...eer -

.- "" Palm avenue.8univilug ]I (By The Associated Press) white 'way between the two towns It'1 celebrated his seventy-ninth birthday bull I to I land Dean SOBS of Bobo Dean for- r opd vice-president N. G Stout

him are the widow Mrs New would be a great convenience to I 'Tell 'em I'm a hell of a lel-1 mer owner ot the Miami Daily Metropolis -- treasurer! ; R. V. Lee, secretary.The .
.., Laura Lampkln. a son ,Albert L. York April -Shipping companies travelers and a big advertising stunt low" he said in issuing his challenge. has grown to $30,000 It Is. meeting adjourned tG meet
Lampkln and'a daughter. Mrs A. B.l expect. to carrr,250.000 Americans With four lights to the mile and I! Work Done Today And disclosed in transactions Just closed i again Monday morning at 10:00

Butts. The son and daughter live at to Europe this year and break red lights at the turns, the globes!j JVX TO; ESTEBjm PLlMBEESl Mean Difference by a local realty firm. The Invest- '. o'clock when matters of business will
I all records In 1113. The
0' Starkaville. Miss. He has also mother. set companies lettered on the north side with l ,: Tae A.otiaUd Press) i Success and ment was made by Gordon from i be attended to. {
and sister Hvfcg. are banking upon a heavy "Fort Myers" and on the south side I I JACKSONVILLE, April 3.-Prepa- ; savings he had earned by selling
The body was prepared for burial holy year pilgrimage to Rome and with "Punta Cords" It would snow I rat Ions are being made for entertainment newspapers, it is e&'d. H. bought I
by Mortician L WT Engelhardt and I the speedy recovery of Europe to Its< the way from one city to the other j of delegates to the annual i Saturday evening af. one tot for faimseK and another for'' THE WEATHER ,

,- will be shipped to the old home in prewar stride. and advertise both towns. meeting of the state association of i j is a fatal hour in the Roland, who was -it .'al time attending I w

.Mississippi as soon -as the, son, and e As the distance from Fort Myers to I Florida Plumbing and Heating deal-h| testants in the Press : Tale 1nlTeratIe: fear
.on-I- aw_ reach Fort Myera. I FINE $104 AND COSTS Punta Cords by the Tamlami Trail I ers to be held here May 4 and 5. ',subscription now in. Yale. and a r''e-i' t i is something like twenty-eight miles I : representing his ebnrt of the pr.fits ,
ELECTED PRUSSIAN PREMIERBy -----, this would be the longest white way MORE TROUBLE weeks they have been ]1 has been mailed Uw: Haven while Lowest temperature. .
last night 50
II Leon M. Hubbard of Arcadia pleaded in the south and the longest one on I I subscription records I another far VI*..000 has been mailed 'bra -
24
Rainfall to
( Tk Associated Press) guilty to a charge of, assault on country roads in the United States, AS I ever closer to their to Roland wile Is no editor! of the .
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S a. m.. ins ft
3. Otto the of Dode Donathon at
: BERLIN. April Brann. person far, as known. | ning of the handsome Sanford Har&M. .
: for Punta Raise and fined Wind direction N
who the socialist candidate was $100 and
was
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and )
*" Hints of the value of such a publicity Ford touring
last Sun costs 90 days In Jail before i i Wind veL, miles. 1
president of the republic, at or County -nisit GOOD
stunt made Mr. Kaler I prizes CKOS-TIE
were to > . Clear
elected IN. G. Stout, He the Sky .u
: day's election has been premier Thursday. paid I
of he worked The race is close
the Press yesterdayand :
Barometer ....JO01For
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of'Prnssia.Skilled fine. The cross-tie business is rushing i
the plan out and presented It, in con \ never is the time for i SaimiUa. The cutters have Just |t Florida: Fair tonight sad Sat- '
crete form to Don W \\ Ilkie,secretary -: to make supreme I at possibly! showers Sat-

Surgeons Find Odd of the chamber of commerce ; a rat alt subscriptions I finished belonging tatting to ties Mr.from and. Mrs.the J.1721 B i I nrday Hirday except In extercme north portion, t
who has taken the matter with J. It certain that the acre
up I south portion: .tonight
;
tie warmer to >>
I is amount of f
I. : Junk in Human Stomachs N. Slkes, manager' of the Southern I their various .J.r1 e8 by Nolle. There. the a large Samvflle-McAdow; gentle moderate shifting .winds becoming '
x timber l still in i
Utilities Company here and at Punta : u, lead-gained by their i t easterly.
'
Gorda. forts to gather votes. _still sectJon ._ n.- -

In hospitals( in of the sited weird to the odd As the plant here is preparing to subscriptions. especially
many parts many additions
.United, ( 8tstea"are: museums where are surgical museums extend its poles five mile out the I i T s for a five year 1 End of Steam Power EraB = ,
probabilities are that the Punta Gor- contestant's present "IIr
'displayed an 'amazing assortment of objects Many-other'nails, persons'awallow needles knives,sharp and da plant will ,do likewise and that!' the winning pf the Is Forecast in Near Ftrt> re.

: articles :mostly useless. There are razor blades--with suicidal Intent. will mean {hat the cost of wiring and | Remember the i

4 l' carpet tacks,, pins, needles, fragments Other habitual swallowers are men- putting up post for ten miles of the i rat short. Whether a -
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twenty-eight! will be eliminated *" Developments in the and ashore, '
seas
rrrhy'S numbered. among I transportation 1 r ; exceptfor
ot combsand eyegles frames, tally deranged or suffer from some t
.
thumbtacks which makes the scheme more daring the last and few
pra.clkaL wonews., is strictly tow sooaUss all seem street railways a automobiles ,
physiological condition that .
peculiar
,' bits ot wire,"shoe .laces pieces irritation : Subscriptions mean to point to the ,ultimate steam was practically supreme
causes :them to enjoy the
,. ot. bed :;springs, paper clips, metal hard or sharp objects set'up in their J.j 1t I votes alone will win 0"I tioa or tlluiiaai n of .SUbordJaa-1 I I as a source ot power for' transporta '

tags.I washers curtain hooks cartridges Integral organs. Then a 'great many Ford the handsome reel source ojE paww for I'MMtove- tion. .

..'. shot, .safety-razor blades., of those who'have, been operated on COMMmEE Will AID la.rge cash prizes... meat of chips.KKti tra.lu.ignlfica.Dt t I Recently, however Lloyd: s-the

teeth both>> ,natural and false,spoons have been. infants whose careless t scriptions may yet be $ o! chit trend was the r l!great marine insurance organisation .p
they are gone after recent arrival from Great Britain of f that compiles, most of the world' t
kalrplns.. phonograph needles safety- mothers or nurses hare left bright t
the motorshlp Aorangt at the Panama nautical data--has .announced, that .
Work accomplished
pins fragments of ,bone watermelon and attractive bat dangerous objects. MISS RUSSELL MH/ ,
r -.::, mad other seeds", coffee beans piecesof within their :reach urday, or, canal and later at San Francisco, !|F one-third of the total ship tonnage 1 {
'and t.j case may be. is the I and the keen interest: of American j I.I now being built wilt be motor-driven I
beads unstrung
: solder, strung Not long ago an operation on a.15-: .j'f
almost of ; tweea. success and engineer ia thai,beautiful 23,000-ton And reports come from railroads all i
.and coins, the last entirely year-old girl In Michigan resulted in COUNTY HEALTH WORK t I t ,
denominations less than halt A'dollar. the removal of almost a thousand Envelopes containing ) passenger; liner ..driven b7 Inte-na1.!lover I the world, thai electricity and

Suck articles, you would say.,:would things she had swallowed These- Included ,i J and money to match engines. likewise: tie activity of i I i other source, -'Jf. power are. making' }
i the V S. Snipping Board, la install- ]t r$serious inroads against steam.
; make only a poor display In a: museum safteypins, earrings. ,watch Immediate'' in the .sealed box at
,: ',: case., They dO: It.happens,'however chains .stove bolts coins metal New County >arse Takes R before' seven o'clock S Lug. Diesel) engines In ships that formerly or-shipsV cost more: to build a

r. that virtually: every one of the street-car tokens brooches, adhesive Action o. Extensive I'i iProgram will be accepted After were equipped with, steam hascreated t It ton. than steamships, but their cargo

1 : \- thouaands; ;articles so displayed tape shoe.laces and bits of ribbon:-: !|managers ot tie, widspread..cortment.Araoag capacity Sa greater, so consequentlyis
represents; human life' V that was :almost, four pounds In all.. I i ie to explain the other signs that.have : their earning power, and they are '
At the last meeting of, the RedCross engineers to ask rloaal,. w less expensive! to operate One ht
" saved; writes :Ada Patterson In Pop A professional "swallower" in Chicago ern the closing hours _-
:=::,,. '., b'' nlar Science Monthly for May., For I }flJded 272 metal objects In an board from the a committee was appointed I Judges selected, to the day-cl star is passing is the teft..1 er, eoaverted Iron an o 13burningSteamer
; members the
: these. odd collections of useless hard operation the contents'of his stomach ot we -j! votes and insure a fair nouncemeat ni Samnel 11 ': .' Into *; Diesel-drivca ship.by>>
i I fare federation to work with .
and assist -
c s:wa...'.T .table ;matter and trinkets including upholstery_ tacksl 'nuts I L. Sewell. Bank of president: of iv Baldwin Ucotnoj.tT :the.. tA1te4.merbA Lines.. showed i'operating
the new County Nurse Miss Era
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works, that h:* companv i. expertmenling economies of $149,902
Eobbett of ; a
the odd things people secretary ,
fl> made up of bolt..erew., c&n--openu.' couple
'a are a a : BasselL This committee known as; J
... ![Realty Board and ', wtS a'o w;KB driven bielectrkeir vcar.; of which:! $$ ,141 was represented
1. V ...Ho1" of handfuls ot thumbstacks, almost a 'the "norsiug board": Mrs. C. W. Law- '
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Indi- : JI cashier of the Lee 3*, *"ecfi &y r Diesel! ..Cril.e. : by saving in fuel
.f' ,People take these singularly box of talr-sised nails, cartridges :ler..Mra.. Chas. Miles, Mrs.. .Dick Boyd .' -
.getable objects Into their systems for safety-pins,',paper V clips,and:coins.'' 'Mrs. F. S. Ballentlne.:Dr.A. P. hunter V----- -+ ; i' -I >' > Coal-burning; locomotives Jane,bare' : I
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variety of rQlODI.A small: percenta -. Removal, of:foreign objects: from : C- P. 'staley and C. C. ,parsley,' I ODD FELLOWS ; v' 'fa t jjisylranl rail- :Keen recognized u wasteful, macMaea -
: rant
pas into i the stomach,;throat orby the throat windpipe has been facQiated i met with Miss Russell and' tentative: .1'.1'i r'V5' unni tnct4 that con-1 They burn coal wklle *s>d1 t
i ----=-- l.iat-ta.haU v.O't 1st to 'electrify fie and tile. They vast eo.l....'.*Vj }
.fetid ;:accident* The most careful greatly.by_ the .Invention .of the I plans for the six month's demonstration A
Those wbA attend '
.
:' : .. malls teat! rf roars between Yew j der way. More and < electrie le-
swallow more
; peilta tifctjy' to. ..a peachOr' broaehoscope by: ,Dr. (CheraUer Jackson ,were made. This plan .Includes
meeting tonight. are : f fork: sad n"x, gtw .TH :WewTcrk .; cQmoHve are Uklag 'the place.
lit, small bone a pebble. device of
a of Philadelphia.
consists
paae health talks in the schools .
i ; with' asmuch Lois Meredith. ,American mtivla with ," .
"eats
with' his food and notrosjif according J : sow ?- 'T 4?: JlartforA StaBro44 itt anv-la this country, la Trim, in
..*.-fItot. of .!long, flexible tube within[
at a a
work be :
follow-up can done '
as may to ,
actress, add .
; the : '
,
I tl'Oublu."of '
Haekney .
prew" Ua >(;_ a:'soiiacd[ that .pions
[Switzerland
: tMk be has done. IO. :: < .{. whleh.1a'a'serk4,ot mirrors'that roe; this late In'the term. Bedside nursing Colonel Denntstoun.? have < .1 In. Spate TIrt..u, :all,
V : I; which -d 'derv It jf. cried_ at it., Iw alt1tacs: areelng;; IeotrlQed. !! onr'or14.. For when
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efeotrfetrtrfty
kret3nbod4ea'illat -
: e fleet an image pi the,object to be removed. In the homes and classes In home I .
read'* shocked British social .circle ,, force, >
be I .
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I.t 1W\d.
however;are tahea: byf' .. | saviapy seise freee,
jBamteattaa js **$ &>* br a nursing and care of the sick: in LbeJ&or.nes.ril It la rumored '
work
..... : 'Sb will 2Jt :hitw"breaclt t&'thH r.d' Modem teuepcrUtlca? .,. cawe into diminished' fsei t:
.Iona. "walowfv small,'e eon KJM. *.w. ; ooltsu gt=,. fpe4
iftftouia beWork..H.I.rt\ .
; oi proinfae.tt'JfsesS: -y**,;,*itybases 7fc*, tod if .. e1ateati 8 'teeult' .
tnem- : at '.ot u.4IliIIaover3'f' 'the elminaha .
;,, | v b -Uey call tabe.tlt.opuatq: .I tit n. 'Inserts ijmdiaiely and It to hoped. that I of wutst sib shit' eta t _
entertain' I. her rasa upon 'JaaDt'; lMaelis''Ia r tend nee.Is imeJlr V e : tM poaef oG susses. :). seem tipna -
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the'aids
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... ... Colemsn'. ,- : _, CHARACTER A3VDSTRENGTHENWIL'LMany :. NOW IS THE TIME TO'HELP YO 'FAVORITE r:I NOW LOOK} : HER&i =- .-:' :

t124tinlG: BpotkeepJzg_ and AcCOU2t1X1S I hiss Irene_Ienham .. .. ... ... ... ..1,910,000, t
.:. : ?..... r By'SY1 StraW Pr iid "Ain W S rty for TC9T ifiss Ava Barfield ,. -_ ..._..1.S7&2QO ... i ., :: .

%,.fowuit,' >HOTEL; : I f >rganizations: ofthe of greatest the business I, \'iftg"'moJey is within ilselC 3Ii' .-J.F.erdie.Langford Tatum -.. .%...f...... .. .. .. 1,755,100 1.787300. it it3Irs. I I 1mll 1 e, [ from: f I

r.. present we their carefulxugalty -
tel.piicn."jT6. -. p. a. Box S33 I r ,: of origin some to strong-willed the wben right spirits it.is.: accomplished But its collateral in; thee effects -- TMlHi; Hilda Golden' .1,700,000; I i i feetx. ,tr7r front. 30 acres best I Ian dfi.y; |

Fort Myers, FtarffcVETERINARIAN$ nan who: knew the value! of .5Iiss Nellie Williford .. 1.111600, i

:, I ng the pet tt es. sav- jtpon'our*.more*than'lives the are accunmlafioni worthinfirjtely .Mtn Miss! Neil Etise.D.Williams, Jgh1Ison._., .... 450,700 704,400; t t I: the. State, $4i In of *
., I none these cases was ) :we. may lay? by through : 3. :} u ; "
.- there a' : Daisy Albrittoit .. .. .,. .. %1.QO_ 1 1 j'
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1 : ='lta: aria': -I amount of -money 9 t Thrift is not Mrs.; E Prince Gooden, ...h. ____.___ l7.,33l.j( | week-oiily. ..l. .' J w- I =

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'French/: anl American Cra l processes saving is happy not ( I ( ( I 1IIIlltllillllllaltttlliflllltlllllllli'y[ S I : ,-: I
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", .small sums developed 1 niereW'nhisfman- = '" o..t, > ,- .;. ?. .I' =t ; ;
21.Ttrj)!'FBmiste prattles t men of strong cia!. uidepetience| : I; Bargains in Suburban Homes' =I;:;z = ,
110 Anderson Are. :haract: r whose but iivVfar: greater .
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i strength success'of will! : way he is' happy because 2" 5.Roomed Furnished House. Garage cbicken house, cut =j t tE. PALL 1i CITY REALTY CO! J F i ig

arought When $ of the w'llol' "-, house t fruit trees, fine shrubbery: -large grounds-only s3V& # ; '. PHONE 479J >l y =
We save some ;effect his miles from JortIyers Lee County' Boulevard.' Low _
= on 31# UlDER'GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL jay\
money we should thrift hat'on his =
v. Sinithwkk 3- price Easy terms
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not think alone in own moral! stand
AUorncy .at Law I terms of dollars 0 ards. I=: = 1

1'1'-l l Loom ::1 SIni.. Ue114n; !: and cents.Ve He is sure of : Seminole Realty: Co., Inc. ?lnmiriinriniriflitrineiirmrnifnnlinnnnnnnttrHlnNrnttlnrtnn! ,!i ,! ." i! i{ !" t Rtltlatnotter' { t ;.
Tort Byers. Fiorlda.w % should remember himself; Ifekrovvs l
:hat these-practices; of thrift are his own strength, He faces the 230-lst Street. _I_
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a Je"doping'chahcter as well future-without fear; He knows -' FREIGHT FOR
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Juan3er money should not deceive .. Tampa-Fort lI ers-Everglades
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ION A themselves with the be- be the master of !It own

bySltawcross fief that their losses are exclusively actions.: ; Help make your HOME TOWN the prettiest I
1 steamer Everglades /
It i is.in \] } & GannonJjthlan financial ones. They are thrift ,: "' place in Florida.
CttTldhsg losing opportunities and throw- value proit'F. > greatest < Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Thursday'.. r
: to a: 'Io..n *r. anyLOT' j DO YOUR SHARE
_Ins away careers ., womanA i Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday and.Friday
Y tqtvt! Pal hap aft; Zot l nr.1 partr4 hi the 'tolltf'r 'ia .In GJeuboro',.GOY8 'now. good economy too. It prevents decay and saves repair ,,
s tfJtI.1I1 Palma rl'll-M1I; tttow 3te' ihrcl :nt f fln nciat'Wreck' 1 ..means' dollars to. you. next year. bills.: We.handle the Martin-Senour! line of PURE paints USE THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION '

lrtr; .r. ti.fI>uI'4 t.lb.. TartnitMall. :\:"..1ff.:' .. *I am a Csacclal wreck<< because See\YaUer.R. Kaanft..Jtealtor. t andVarnisljesI- ; ; SatlsfattianandServiceGuarantieed.FORT {; I .: *M,,.l ...du' '

",- ,,. of the expense of doctors and Im-U4i park It a o&e ..knn4re4 and MYERS\ PAINT CO. i i Florida"Railroad: & Navigation Corporation-
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( my wlff. She has mecU.1 efbtr'ane citrus turned lets
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.: chronic sufferer tor Ie years. blaBtlful .koDMitei. a-lO.tfe.: 16 DEAN STREET; ..' "' Foots\ of Ireland's Dock
Qfl.1T. JL>CUACEPhyalrfsn pronounced it. gall stones, some .
j Telephone 115 for Rates .
'. gastritis and some Intestinal ..
and Surreou Jnl1am-1 .
BUY CJenboro.Cro\e loth now. See ,I ..
'I*I l!'-t* Karnbardt Bldg, niatlon.: I happened to read' an I '
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House Ill WOftdf4llr.J AsaTel4p Mayr's Wonderful) Remedy and from! ,. : SerVice to Everglades, Daily y' ;;
pneOflee<< Z tint! me first dose my wile Las aleartllyimurovtil. 1 : 1 Estero Bonita Springs, Naples, Marco and CaxambasV
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.- JIotui 3 .r> 1nI ." |tt is n simple, harnileaa I I I I: Streets Walks |
preparation-JU*' removes the catarrhal -.! 1 Leaving-8:30 a; m. ?_*
Y muc at, frees the intestinal\] AGEGEJ ; (; I ii Lee Construction' Col I J\ -
ire Park h- baiVsatiaredttrfata ( : : Subject to Change without Notice I
tract and the InfUmmatloaj\ '
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L'l c&a p'jir ctioally aU btoraachj i SOS'Pythian g.I .
"'" rtct.: Iht&: rod< water ott every liver and in\e.Unal.jli1m.ab. slaUudjappendicitis. \\VANTED I : J r TAMIAMITRAIL, TOURS, Inc." .-r.fr.. l'
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harlegUg I lag-i! ODe dose will -cun 1 :_,
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where.I.VEiT! :acreage: in Florida in
:. t.. W.IIttft. rv lUtltJC:A1ftlCIL4tA"FT I I II large or:small tracts, but I ; Curbs Floors = t
Jam.:' C. Ptnniy I wilt dens'with ,
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l' COUNTV' TSS-CIXBEniMQ CO. !$ TALKlSf I'OSTC.\L"'D' Please give full owners details as I B It more Fort flfyers I IE j
c-'f': if cud $t.tuL'Wr.1 EJI.II"-! .to location ? UU1ill h1111111tUIII 111111111/IIIIUItIIIlIIItllUllltllltl111111111111111111IJI I I / I I I I j ( IIIlii111111f1tI111/ /
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-t...p : acKtag Engineer*, ea vu.lnaC.j A postcard jJ Ipvlee that tells.its met-; ? I
I 'Mfic8 wad mruHLBwFort WortsI ;S .
sages not to the eye ,but too thee. -
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4-the I invention-! of Charles\ Ua IN II.. daftS i!! / '
berg;, ol Berlin* Gennany.Vlth a jD6'BRiEr; SALE | 2 Catrying- out its established: policy. ..givingj!Fort 2
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,1'aldt. .Lte' Parr, Day fl;bt hundred onograp$Apparatus! small,enough:; ,S" :Myers and surrounding, territory the broadest possible =
QmiaI! U: SU.L to be carfiea a pocket,'the inventoratatea 225 NS! ChaJlwitfe t, :| Beautiful Roomed Spanish Bungalow = ... .
... ." -... that any ono is able to make I Philadelphia, PaEXCURSIONS- "1 2- water transportation eervicctbe 2I
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.:f : uil f :With Br1cl lt1 ord film has the capacity size of pontcardj.of from(00 Each to real 800 1\ :j ii.G i'age'; .Etc.-as* near perfect: as, possible. g'if |Ii.

syllables. f o -Palm Park.Come"in and-let us show f I Royal Palm, One: 1

,1" ai: G. Mcponaldi \ E i i-I '; .. 1! (h 'if I ouKnall. aYn e t ,dow -=easy terms 1 .
_general' Ricklarrt H The .Island of Java is the most I e : Ig v, .. 't.. | 1,
nd<| i densely populated country' fA the I SEIZIN OLE REALTY COiiiuitiinniiiiiiiHiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuHiiiiiiiiuumiiiiiiinii Inc Si'z' ff- "' "--A-" ** = ;
world, Sa.O&O.OM periona1iTlllg-on'aD 'Announces of All-Water = I
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Urea !smaIJ! >r than(.the! State ot Iowa.I' 230-1st Street '
.' :'Brtck aod Tit. Ctfosalew 'S .-"-- uunnulflnntnlluuluuunliliuiuunnuulliliuininliuiuuunnulnluI i *! !i lunliilin 2': Freight service between Baltimore and Forf-Myere-viau; 2
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Gulf 2 Tampa iir connection with steamers of. T
S. ', not band, iabsuutiiiiirt: r C' of head .throatis uscafly to the- { uiUiiiiiiiHiiMiiiiiiMmuiiM:{{ I .. = t I
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cuHnlntlititEifi7Nt1IWtnt/llintunj, {; ,!. / r. i ( Steamship Liiie i
x .. I i VA PO'_ RUB 11 To Tijf P am rig' CoiithitbrS t I III' _iRATES
; I lure,T J-l.w- v-.I Y.ertyt' Leaves.8:00 LahV'retmrn t"OO'pan.Fear =- -C

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I : ionraMBU4sri' : :' (trip. to 8nIUcl, fUO | rr n de:1"l" e jurisdictipmof( LoCal'Jfo: I rr g. AND SAILINGS- FROM .V BALTIMORE UPON w_

i.ae EtclU: Aral I:| r Front totsoat |j APPLICATION
k.. .' .)!?r Mier.. Fiarld&1'etfpL t ., ;: rowed trip (o Cfeptlfa; $i25 -:, BrotHerli9od: >: jof Pjunters{ Deepratbrs ; = .. .

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'. ;; '; ... '!.ter:r yeti lmn) rta roh .BTeriwho E Only two left 5 a!I : I:: 1 ottihereby .given'i that ton and afto*May 1-19 5.''tm- _= Myers SteamsBip mpMY'
: ; : Lato p'urtLrsed< tomeI E' i Fine, Shells? ;2> tal 'furtb 'nob 'e: journeymtri'palhterg Cages'shall' )Be' :2 'r -
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.: : |: Garrison & SKultz,. 1 per Tri-weekly Freight'and Passenger Service:between 5
'T ,. Realtors =I l lI t For turlher'lnfotiiiatloB'eoil, l'anc L'S-Wilkinson: ; Pres: = =. .
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;-?.:;- is there' for me."at ;Puntai GoiYla=-t -, _[i!' you can't' afford tbimisS'Seemg< i >;' _- -; '
.r,' .. ,- 'day? Golf over splendid course.,A:mile of l ; g: be! sure of its:; pUrity, ,

fi Ait'1f. 1':1 I s Rx1A. :Sfi' << beititiful'puVHc\ ;: parks'ronthe:. waterfront.' ; Your health: demands : ; ,
JJoiting; qnr :protected\;IChartorte' ;iHarbor.- I \. I '.
ter : it. =. .:.'',-'. such.precautions! ; : .!
..safe1 from 8f rong;;;winds :and lP g1i'J : :. lylP ? = _
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'order gibe'Caloosahateh ee Good roads;raiMdly* ? jngJmWV; !ahq extended ... \ : : i'
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carve foc'1uto nwi ra.. nixie i Highway and'the Tamiamj'TraiUVisit : E: beingrum as an ;addediattraction. :: .... : : : I
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('alm ;Park FiwtMyert.thllT i Punta.Gorda.bel'or' yoo ttirh w'';: the -- g 'ularl"a\> : : < : -:

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: '? ., t i-g.ua. '.;;.::oai-.iplc- o. ore scooped I| ; Scientific Argosy Seeks Fastnesses :=._ i .-.h V> !i:1 miilious and cured ato rtcctubs > i t f ruantir' ? but triun.pbb&t ,
*. I' Unexplored ," .. ;, .'_-' ':f ..- : : tn. IH.stuJcU, and (-iawili ild i is i i I i iVitiin halt aa hour ha is under the ,-
: "u :'' 55Wit-::T ,_ ,? 1, ", :t.- : ", ._ .;.. ::.o.atn---'i ab.ad: tho shin. |I I I water again! on the otttr..fcld of the
L of Sea of Missing Ships" to Plumb Mysteries 5- :Tur v-v-rk goes aa. Miiiatej i J: lioat. r.Ija aAther kstfq. Htroitm U
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;f.f ;of Weecj-Girt 14- : 1 ; ara Jroi.git II III ;S are spent
t' Tropic i 'Waters I 'wt .-:. i .i:i. haZ.o! in tk'-.r: cHuse -> dr5FiOK. -' DhlJ slowly through the

} ; tropical nio Jjaa matted vr uUon while along the
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; __: __' v" > "" :}iif' i : i It K.ito ca;=1tl w.t;! tcoir long,;.bctoai of the.ocean, thousaodsof feet

e J tr"ft' :T .t '; \o -. i' }; !Q; "!"' ; r"lI'tc-f' p'fsh with l rit-j! below. a great steel auk, iaihers !tithe

[ i is very hot. The sea rolls sluggishly! under a misty sky { -: ';, ,t 1 :.. i1ii. ; ..1i.J41f.'i: : i i'uiit -t.i: was tad s:,ott t t.I1Ji(> in every J 1 strange creatures of thetaby, sea. }
1I _: wiiv-i sitter, like jt'we.ct Oina- The is chosen tha better to eau -
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a sun in it like 'H 'oi.K.: 1 : oy.14 .
1Jr\ \ a rotten The surface of .
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| water patched granulated in every direction with >\ 'Z .: ; : ). .:.t. .'. ,. r : 1 ilu.t: rare thins, a i farg.1 \O Fish with whktJ1 many of thea deli M
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';, -.; ;; a mat of pallid green and yellow. There is no sound but '1'Jl" : _" ''v', ". ., ,. : I ::rev.a rtelii.hte'1 1 c'ryom one o* the are equipped, living, as they; do In.the ;

!the occasipnal wash of a..W'e beneath the weed and the !hoars ; \ Itl.'I' Ht'1'" .. ",,-.- ''k Tf-t.."- ..",-P' "' .t .. .' ',_,'. t :0.. I perpetual darkness of "the profounddepths
; \ '. ;);i;" p I Ine others !at.r r round until their where DO sunlight ever pene-
Crying of thousands ,. ,- : ; .- 'j. "
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son the Sargasso Sea stretches with ; .'- -. 'f ; }'ff : :IB the rays of the flashlight. Not BO I Up come the dragnet,dripping, and
.oat sign of human life, unless it b9 the m : rtmark3lJ ia uppeirance. but veryatarcea Its ice-cold contents are emptied upon

r solitary hulk of a derelict sank to the ,'< >" -. iF &. .<; :,. .-t sfeT;: ... .r4w pi : female ualciiuarius, lured the deck. Under the combined raysof
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I waterline which wallows almost invisible '. ,< ::i.ay from the nest she bud pun in a dozen flashlights the bUck and
In Us trappings of kelp end : l ir for while her I' of is n m1ned. ,
: the? weed her esss shining heap ooze
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"- ,,: strange,; snake-like marine plant, ,_ 'JI1JJ'It,:."f..c, : .< ;_ fiooco to-pt wa'{b. Shapeless miactee are separated out
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t dotted with resting gulls. ./,,; ,.j;. ; > I in the dayM that follow other work I and laid aside contorted, almost out
But far 1"' ; ; ; A snuUl ia their convulsive expansion -
to the north a taint smudge ',, : .-v-.. : ; : : e doa platform swo&s t or recognition by t
ef amok. appears against the sky. tl :. -"- :' :.' : .c :, i gout, the boom find lowered over the when taken from the enormous

\ mounting and growing darker. The. ;v '>;-=*yf *,--/ ,. ,/.4 .;0., ; .: I'I jhfp'q side. .\ muu takes his place pr" re tq ,whlthe) are aocnstoaed. -
mast and tunnel of 'steamer come r 'r +It: +x4rri 5 :-t :!?pa it. rjj! in a bathing suit and .
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Into view beneath It, and in an hour' 1 ".,- ,v ar'.ns a it dg' copper diving helmet Creatures with gaping Jaws armed
time the ship Is well above the hort- f <. .J"J't_ _- ..yS /r ... <',' :, \qYf, :. ,,' ', I >n bin !ie..u. 'liie air pump is started, with saber-Bke teeth."capable of swallowing
I son. ploughing her way stubbornly h 3. -_ ,- '" > I and man and platform sink slowly be- and digesting: massed; larger
through the floating, field of vegetation. -+! --r-- -," > :. ', > -! ,. aeatU the waves until they base suspended than thamsrJy plant-like animal
; t. -t1t.. ;. '/ .4j I some ten feet below the aunt with flinty skeletons of exaaUit.delicacy

t i} Clouds of chattering birds fly about j n :6S.t I g 'w ; I ::,(<. From Ibis point looking upi and beauty; fantastic" crawling ,

: to her railingthetr voices In angry vo.Eiferat \ f: ": J f i i i :--isi; :: ; the clear water at the bottom forms and spidery cre per dead. ;
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,; qn atthis t Invasion of ther. | age- I : [ n tow> floating weed the observer can but all Kusceatible of restoration andmounting ;
,: i.idy muitUariotu life there, limned under the skilled bands ot
e- old domain/A mattress owed, trail *&*. ( ., .
> ti thickly from }advancing a (1q. lite l -> --- -vKffc.-.. ;.--. _ati r- ...-. < ".1'. 'J.,1: /I-,1, i iSi-lnst the light. the preparaXeur. '
f !+ .a ipcongruouaT greenmoustache, and ,. -. -.. _. .._. '. 6"/ &- 'x' ; ; | Cut suddenly a shadow parses to the So day after day the work prorres-
'tf la thi{ open"; water, other wake 'thegbarpIIns't v .r; .. I I -ght.! Twisting the helmet around he lieS and the specimen tanksara.slowly
"IS s -Arcturu large.e lab }tiry in tjt AJMvy -t- Batches the lag ghostly gleam ot a filled. Thousands of. photographs
.fit sharks are sliding" along IJCIcD''. xil;Mtion. which via ;ti<4 cut.by the New Ycrk Z>9t QfUl S.- 'III".:.", ,t". I .
'H l lent] .as purjning_ wolfegl city "* M.t:' fioiput data rcgvding the SjroilJQ Lea, eno if tfi. l.ait* e'IIn'-r.t nt.. 'zu.i W'r r
and ----W' -7j- 70' G. ,
rctre i o fl4tIY _
li .A Strange.CraffAn known eort.on..t. tti. earth'* turfjc.1' cxcSillr t j I .:'
the ton c,. wh. --' "
> unusual .craft this which has Eeloalu'ng the alley, of the ship, are f re-presented; rortiftna! of the earth's I w:3k r'ed t. "d I I
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: poked her.blunt, Dose Into thU untravfle4cwlldernfsa II fitted lung: raws i>t ,tau tank.cUctrlcally surface. the o-rty cf 1.1 t I 1
fc cnt.stv.h' ,
of the ae., Suspendd lighted. :: ( beer ;."-) aboa: t: Pyer her fore-foot'is a'small 1 platfprmr A bell'JiDgl and the craft loses j ISargassotwa. Its time hoaorei r.ppt> 4-: 'e:; ol t.fa .. ''J' f' '! SOf. .
swung outboard from the crit- way. The muffled IhoJ nf her crew j Guy "The S.4 of Hi-ad Siitnj.! ." II:1'j' $.JQ2.o ? .

l wake nom which a m. with a langbandlid ceases. and in the cnsalag" quiet t the I pu't'.t Ike huaiDalio of a0'1 -J.A. = -.

< ladle Is"dipping and,scooping Wed drlfU slowly together a:&la. itihltarmy cf uritorvbo., u-'yt-r r.av- i iI i t a S. od : I

beneath the surface" Right, left, right hemming her In. With a mtulUft'roar i ins iK-'a th-ro Laeaiselvfs.' have per- j.c> .i; of, .'..Ir'r, .:."UJ, or ,..'(-. i ::to ; j sea wtri! : a rid! fiat and ah't f A
.' IftV Il. robtl.it.. stilj-untrb.iibled' the anchdrs. splash down and the I matted their' aB.-y 10 mn ro: tmcns : ei.r7--i- a: CM;; :; ur.uat; In ;?:-.e of s,r,iur.s si-oss :he sly
,waters. as they advan'ce.'The' spoilshe'deposits chain cables leap out through the :. the 'lustoricj! : wPi'd J ,unJ the het- t urreatless No.-'i; :'i .."L.I- a th.! n an-uuat: !cuof ,.:;:{3! .1 rn'-j Uo: tropical 4ariin<'." + } h1

( ..In.tin! pall l ranged about haws -holea la brown blur "' .Rot waters.Sargaiso. Jlcat.cStav.! ind nS'r: i'.'-.. ::. t I-c:.c-j.s. ; : ;'-e ,::11'11 nprins out In a ':": -' : t

,hfs,f 1r, minutes they put oat. thactuken.. ., 5uper.ctittoas ; dIn I.2c .';;:-', l''r', a.s or.: _r I' _:.. lk: i :. -.-; icive:. pcisiitf and i; 'fat i
_.Ylaing the ran Abort him is Rolling slightly the ship heads np to:, Whore are vjird: tilled ot s'ips ;: r..-m. .1 :':r i u", ;; wt r : of r :7:-.':-.> ',' ,riy a.::: 7:c uti farcrs airas- : 1-
P4| fourteen P. people who peer eagerly the swell and floats I Inert- I caught lit the S:F.u-.Q Sea .:td 11.1'jlibIb -.:rrt:::, /". ': ?-, ge ts_::!y -rtS"Lj -id v !i':r ; !f'_ a tr rr.'t-alri! grow I 4 3'S a os'. .c ._.
at the warm mlstjness of the sea, Jalk- A Drarria of Ssienc to get oat, r .::.J antut.n l->'u-r 5S., : i : ; : '\ ; : ,. ::; : ." !' ...i4iv: Aiymms: tUqre js a bnsr '. ,- .
L IDct a' excited 'whisper Except for So begins the Qcat-Chapter jlt1, i, with loa sUiUetcia, of alt tii.-r; I ,'l6u" b. ::: 1'.1'., : to :J .:- ; u:" -I..r.to: ttart'r: Pgurca !i 'xarkskI1y slWfeg past. The, cleat ate taken, and hnndteds'orfggtofxuotioa
them the ship seemed deserted, "a romantic tt ut Sd.nlt iumilrj sad 'U.v lying ia t Ihi t.in: era rf their ':0":. 1ft'i'; ;.n:-?I:;:" "I1i ;.o3.. : : < -, 'lf'! 1'thO9' 1 Ish; is recoaaottertag this stranjeI ,p.cture film. Vast, guantitica
amalt 'freighter preternaturally clean exploration uhich wll] search c4t1a e I gatiaeuta' Yktiauo'lIS 1I ntt\O\: ,and \"i :..<.-: -. ;:;,r-? : .\ <-r.-c.* of; r arU: aau I ,>htllC meaon. fs it good to eat? Again of notes are mads: bookfuls .t--daf'

wki 'u 'Dam" "Ar tur S'- gleaming in secrets of the Sargasso Sw---Ui e !t ttirstt There are 1It:1D; "Ionf" i A L.ttL1'; K.avn Ft,ti r..: .; .of ilihJi;;ht3 :.: .!: -its are j it coaes, closer this time and the accumulated Special ore is,oUserVdd t
f9l4,ietferiT upon her'bows.But'she : ninth ezp ditiai\ of the departajs.pt; pf! {i Spanish irtascre gaJlois tnallt ; 'a'ir' ., f <-.'.1;: '',-.re wciC v.r.r..; out anti i the *m;U boon pee | rasa io the helmet l sires the >sigaal to to set aside a series ot specimen.
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U. not an prdlnary cargo- Troptcal Be srch of the Xew. .Ye.rkZoological. 1, witli'all thetr gold in the deepest ((4 l lI f '' ;F.IS tu i nd cues:. tU...- .:d'Ucot : .. .:- d. Uiit.s/.lHiajr1; hi rowlocks: aad j I raise the pfatf&ra. From his ben be well p;: to be used In tha ub-

cadger" goat ,of "the"upper cabins S cietf, uncles the l+Wder- I j nesses ot the w.etTh rebar J'awe' ethic mntiieg 11ii S ';:-;-7.1'o icris ot phophoroace c e Iraws a long;, sharp Jtilte. marine Sargasso. Sea, sgctlpn.'hick

are filled! with scientific apparatas- shlp of the well-koqwn natnralUi.-' .- \Vil- _bighly.llprYii s cKiscfe .Je jyj .jj.IID.; tw.t j G {;;t :::3t .u r"1i&)'. rca F The Shark AttacksAitaost will be Installed.. ai the Mn eao rotNfttural "'I
.. microscopes,".test tube. 'ehuts. chemicals UalQ Bt ,be. : the idea ot Vrau'g, king jms !a the 'tn'l.j.ad atdt .tap. I' a\ the. aytSae bgt cow the Ilisicry la New.TorJi t '.e, .
j' ., In bottles, books or reference Anebgte+t here la tle; depths cj; 't secret depths, ofr the *&& mai tIJ. } 1-9thf.! '. si''tw: 'Ytte- FiatbriCht'a Lure .-t comas with( a agent rush, turn- 11 And when sit is.- comple3teyt the t f

: cast full of hand flashlights for nlsht the illimitable( ea-ineadows., wQtilasni le:01lS of derelicts n ejld r l-y Matt II i dapthe .b.n. at'{. Lt Ma siswfettax. ,1h-1-1 f .At a L'lttedbtotoe'! they pau.i. Th !.ag' over as 'it nea cs. The mao..Touched Ar tuni3 no es lean, w"f1t of liie
"-" field work, aU the Impedimenta of a ht and dad upon a ucat io! ecfoutifiv! I men ruled t x fifrce-eveX hair.' seiiors. t .ttocy. It .t*.Ut'J3S4 cl1 lcAssures 'ast!';hts sink. and creep upon the with one'11a1F1ntebcg a I seed_ and sets a bonieward"coura f }

t learned establlslwntnu On d el k, are problem, the party win gather"ilrthakd : j I taut btl Knte-cOrspaaj-' ;, *-+e[l or sl'-Stcn'ea Oio lisavfsj'mvcllis ? -.urbolt. tongue at ta," close wuVu3irar. f bcsrirg 'with her a prio ieeg j treasnre-

f nets,reels fit"( .bla,and wire, rope great i information opo.3 oar of the : Sash I* the Sarfeaaso S s c{ deli*. l4In i stolns tare rrkma'JG r> cor.. \.--, arc d'-.:d> ntd. earitied uriag The weapon strikes! U torn tttora ot new knowledge and'discoid,
;: ,te' 1 l'.seines and} many small boats. least-known and inflict widely ciis. asniliy: It is rj.-uly uyfer". .. As. tit::* aan r.r-4rt: ;o tfc? w -t. rJr-aSi?: 3 i: :: .. c s -iaJi: CLr:" asJ j rrun his hand azd. be' e'Je1'ges Grj "
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/ : iremely retJctnt about. givins out i TV'acr.$n.' OQ .statutory" ,-v
; news for publication about the rubber Attorney Lawler', eloquent D'Iga : twas to get down to actual work and inhabitants" C, "'

II /I HE DRY c m'lTy NEWS plantation. I failed ,to pffHt tha/' tact\ that,ihe state'preiuced AID FILIPINOS i tin the first three days after his arrival > Ja the public schools only the Engt -
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,. no eye 'tcf the alleged ,- made maajr observation Hsa'langiiase taught.-- > '
Mary HaleS aTls'I crimeV: i I ia Manila l 1\1 connt jon with student
f FonTs Orange Grove *
Vrhiteburst inerclfally deficiencies and in the cnrrcnjom II I The Snake Indians edbef r '
E Judge Last {\Bl Tae Aasoctated rressl were so u
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5- 5 ; ''W..'. Owe\' of Memphis Tenn engineer Palm Da" 'Thityers\ highway.; About one mile'from Fort Thompson peuil e l sentence during good behavior llAi"lLApril' ir-The: commission I.s t tem ., or the chtracteD.1I cot'cf; I II

fqr' the"forty three thousand This herd (t8 a result-interesting to a eut1ol.graperu and ia the case Of the, >lorgan boya. ot nine educators who have f Itegardng the scope. of the commlsr !I titesq nation ia quickly opaJbg $

afre dcTelopment known as the Sug- ill! ranch nienof cross breedIng' between orange'>is. grove 'on: hit: Fords 't"estate. youthful l pe* !4rs add pioneer kn-I coots here from 'rite Ctited 'States to ;sit.tt'a work' .Vice-G i ifiernor Eugene A! ;lJhetILSrAyu} when .once lat-qYerfcl. a

arland Drainage district began work thoroughbred Polled Angus Just ,no$: the painters arg bns apd 'J.-'" only reslJ fnts who keep .cob- ui a a. a ',serve.* of the edu,aiionaj system I OSmore. ,x-ofLkw' aae t.tars ot voblit j T.he. apented tA, SII4e 1 ',fray in,f the
with his crew this week staking out and the picturesque '"Sacrej Bra th'e, farm bouse is being made: attractive wgbs from for gimg, ov:.r th; county of the PhCippUe Islands expects Imstructl m. said: '[grass, gage iyush. and. rocks and d4't -

ditches sounding for'rock: etc. Dredge mtn4 rattle 'Imported from India.'Wr. and hatu'table.i ilen, are bus); jan doorvl Tbgve b./ts.werfc. at U3fHl I to sageatble tuttt and not to oulitar Th se educational experts will be !appear with all the. subtlety"" of *' ser- :. af.
and I&vatlne.machlae( of various .Goodno states that the result .of .this in the grove resetting' mlesing trees i4' 'bruaking. sad .entering U. N. l oji ie*. according to a statement charged with the duty of making aa pea ; ,t J

llada. Wlll follow in this big project cross is 4 type of catUr that are and'setting; out seven acres more to itttier's house and lielpjathem. made it? fir. Paul Mont-pe of Columbia l impartial, dispassionate! Judgment ot,I
-which will'require about two yearsto practically immune. from* the ravages oranges '.I solves to groceries and an army blanke.U University charmaa' of the commisslon. what has been accomplished in nearly Thirty falconer* on Lorsebackbad

finish. Contract" wort Is now being sf ticks and similar .pests and that Thft. j* se .gav. .these ,two bits I 23 years since the occupation of the charge, ot Edward Ill's hawkl:wh n
adxtrtlsed" and 'bids will be opened these Battle arc .hardier 1 .w{!} grow to Settlers I pt human 4ri't*
April 11," .TJiJ-scIeBtffic development healthy maturity nuicker.. and on Montana i kpawn g ante perhaps tie ( ra\ system' ot tb ,.Philippines," I ;fit fo make a carefuL consideration of .

; oJ,'soni,':'of iHfndry, county's richest much less"fop than \fh* average. Mr. A telegram from the' Milwaukeeand conatructiv* bit> brother offer of aid Dr. ""Mcnroa.. "Vrt shall attempt I what improvement, if any. should be II III The world and an-thlfg'r In !It:raw' .' r
soil ll expected to result In a demonBtHilQP.f Bright plans to"put more jOf thethoroughbred their btfet HI spent) v. when he offered to ascertain how much Ux'oets pet f ciailc is'order-tbj'UaTe' a more cflect* .valuable, but the moa{ ralnabte'iJtiiix j
Saint Paul Traffic agents to
;ihjs PoiasibUity< of harness- ,;Branhmtna. id his herd Caloosahatchee Steamboat Company to, help' them Sex Jobs for a Teal j capita; to send', a child through the I Ire educational system. It will con in. the world Is a vtrtubuV woman.Ifohammed's .- r
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ingIatnre'and 'bringing settlers to that the strain( may ,be 'further ofhgyse tryout in making good., it: a,$ much seventh grade and how much through slder'to what extent education has writingslrom..thKo'r: ; ;,

}tendrycounty'a thousands of fertile strengthened and InlfI a. asks hold, for goods rates that on are a headed carload tbwarda money were spent in Iqoki&s after 1 h16 i* scicol!t- and' compare' this cost I contributed and ewi..contributa.to the. a4 ,', '.", .j.7y : .

-. untnbablted.' 'acres.i neglected boys tn criminal developing cKh that'h the United States and -,,_ ;o: -c' .,
*' .___ 5,ir ;Ollr!!; Ranch Hotel t Uendry county from Montanaaccompanied surroundings as is spent la .fcro.wu- other countries.( \V$ shall lay th ae _' --- : :.-. '

'Bean .f ;,000.Per I'ere Si I -. : ." by the owners. ting them after they become 14W- tarts before educational ..authorities. I .. ys
-' i A rather wei authenticated report I I breakers the state would save mov ei-iwrVwe snail' "Dot' attempt: ta say ., .-r.

"County:Agent Stalling Is authority has it. that Curtis Bright & Company Read Through To Everglades. as well' ai cit1 oobip.according'to Whether the appropriations for education "
'for the ne.wa that..Asa Townsend I will build a big"tourist ranch C. M. Collier\ of Ever$ladest Collier' the judge' obsenat.io should bo increased,o rdimialsUd.'Tbat I r }J
OO county was ia La Belle yesterday I ..,, '
Uendry 'cqunt' farmer fold i l. I hotel at rta' Circle"- spot of uq' business trip; Mr. Collier''states ; will.ba'up 1:0-Uie local' leg:; 'N 4
I .worth of beans from a twp acre patch IF'PIeauty\ wipi 9 .circle of palms on a to drive I FordV Bubber Farm Began : 's! 11've agth n ttea TYa have Dot I .
that It ia now possible
Vnd ba 'p.r /;dg.mareted.i150; from around/an area.pf; approximately one Everglades. A ago 2cme to t-n>icijeUu t to help the J : ", }
a bait mere ft peppe;plants that are I hundrrd.acre.Ettrai" through to year Seed beds are ready now for plaot-f islands! in educational work."
still' bearing;and being picked. This thtj 'picturesque town could only be tng the seeds that may mean a I The comntlssion expects to spend I [
cr9 :of.1nlr11er: : on a email( seal 1 1"r ? Drgdegk"ijerk>Ou 111Arhway reached on a river: steamer. Its."oh Main vji I revolnUoa--or rather an evolution|three or fotJa* ia tbe I'lulip ; DrLlMT11liw fPVtirlh'lIt'tt 1J

ling5belpbut!; < 1sovutamilyan! Street traffic was carried !Il America's. robber industry It id I IDes, Tlai lug; public schools aid PX( :: 'THhOSOUTHLANS

,"! :'e'' jwange':groyg- :ao! SipUia< SoTnar'C Collier County boats[ q'this same beautiful semi-a.. the seeds of the 'rubber vine that are I rate nstitttiion*. Dr. Harold O. Eugg, PUL.UflU. C u.. oaasevavioe Can a al.COad.n : '
salt stream and the town itself was I .
fgrtathows ttt posalbUities' '.f9t ablator' sheriff,brings the news to LaBelief bring l planted In this expCTiment ''t> cialist la testa and ineasurmenta S Data THee SI-Uf'I TA""ItIU. TO CUIc..aTt D.-.r

dnitaritlteuccesat4thlsnail J t :; and I[ that ,.elghij dredges", a"' now,, at .sort of glorified foundation Venice for its haYing houses a sub that' ThU'vine. grows with wonderful 1 lat Columbia. University. New. York e I.OI co."KCnOH.'T svu.ta. Ianl NAPOL1s.IACItSWILLe CHleACQ wort, COLari T"IIV,.eft ia. fit" .

r el1amt! f t andetea? Sn a.larg war. wprk'.on the.north anti vouch tlghway I.stantlal were impossible to. reach with any rapidity in this foil and' climate and r I : t : 11"'J 11:1 A.I, At. Lowsrrly 9eu' % t

: --". wbtchi: U% yhn finished. enable veh rte, There were uo automobiles: yje4f! the -rubber milk within a yea?"t e Le J iIIe wo PM PU k.Ati Cni.e.a'Ldanapo1t. ,5ei gate I. ;
9oooq'Agre IieTe1OpmeDt'S \ number!. ,' ''tourists! to' see parts of the id there now. Instead, of the three of (four years rett'uirc'd N. K--.ate IL. :4e pJ.I .. i-'JI I .
: I the town--but- they are .
the tree reach Ar ftinpaU( 9:22t ru Ab' Ca.#..
j13ig 'cypr ni?, the majestic NatureparJclofBayaJ by 'rubbtrr to ; 11 2. titS ,,
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,1. .. bringing ,Carrou Colliers.cro{re&iiX i ? th 5' LOUIS EXr.t 3$ _;;gag r7
: Tbe. ne.DeVeYop'ment'Cpmpany'a ,Palms aDd other trop !Ideas of development to. Uncle Sand mtlk maturity. 4 ,tint xample. of_ i : L."D-- :. Onao ScVrae rate scoce TOttepf- w
OM"acre'farm If rapidly assum- Seal Deauilea of TlorMa's Erergladcd rubber Ting, 4 found here In La Bell ,i"I 'at4u alt 'Ar:Eeaiapdr.,7< '7tre \.' t :
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I big last and most beautiful .semi-tropical e' lfetNgarserr 1:40A'IIN.
, *. > :tbgrclaU.PPearance: of a high that at. present are Inaccessible via frontier. It is not' generallyknown Co the 'ewcQmbe lawn--Its massive iNCSIT e Ar. N.w Orlw.. Peer rst Se: tarty-w i4t tI.j.1 T i
'falaG; modern.sclen- motor. This direct north and south trody growth and luxuriant vine shO r.wjiatctmld Ar..., tfryru t. 1. .
glade derelopment on Mr. Collier'Ii ct Meadrypqnntv : -
ot ea'.are at &h1"1'-ti first .an.4 .o !1.PPa. in that one. : be' don f. oa a:la"rge:sale I NEW ORLEANS.n.ORIDA.LIMTCD/ 1 :I T- _w
!title HnVsT i Three htlti I 8 largest di 88.l1nil-'fi'D; -, e 1:11COHaE' sea CutCU&T cue !
Vhl Tlae'la'rlctr and fi 1.0.
S-wojk-day and nrt| | on the dyke tha.\{I the state 1 also Antler,"considcratloa era as Will as' the"develop\ent .- Th'e Mkr of :- _TMaa3 D.t4t TaAras, to 'SWQ e atarr...rrrnr : 't'tJ
loonier i
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idoptlo -is tnlHtgry:roast soglh has a pgrcentagqot( -; xAr.
it Fly, yrtrehttpe overflow"ot tblseeumttGt i iIi for a I factor' of 'Collier county's 'untamedwildernes larger Vh L. J' i11e''U' b1'Pak ,1E in .
Pit tt
: Tla"Sebrlng btutborltlesrntthe'tt. vat rubber JaT011! **11'accordingrrt .
; ooet:; tIavearich.m uckUBfl troni Gal EfvU e : f t Peaeaepia'f. Hr see A) a li '
Cow s' .AS )! ?der1 tile;natty experta who bave'Tisiled.it { .Ar.l.obik2:5- kQ' htlJ PI .
:swnqbgilpPment! j. ;: a. -
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farm will, ateo pfojec r.s eveggercentiaF thct y lpiteep recently;; mnchjareer.tban"l:th= taH+ : t tI i DIXIE 7z 'S4 P1t. ,
,) demonstra\ Chr U C.nrt"The t'ehrseea Fit1r A t'3DtXI t
pWB few drops of. 0114 f : $ LIMITED ; 2'
nary ruHer
be tree 4 .. ;
'iJ5-fi' example to. this entire'part"of and" cost;1 c41astrFtien! ; 'wqu14t. UlQuickly3 t .-- .( .DontrtUtrtr v-- r '' :,

.'. We or.F1tid&"aiUpL-benefit?tp mettb. f rumeuL second 'term of Court held r milk rubber'turn between into rubbef thyfingew to I "orte., "lId j. '
:;'..t. ol eta A tlemonstra," : .' under Judge wh hurst lij HendryC9nnty rcnjde' ; tbere, any b n CIIsIti -, '4Tamp -- L t .a e A. p. .
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elt'tdt LWiJuct
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1 i bg surd taut J ; | < f At b. LaJ.daW'
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.: :e \ 1 i I UUh"er_ Tree, : I '. brief year.and 'a half tttet1ence. some strength when pullej} : T 011 1' need, U M.pr. Se, L 'jt l1y.n a: Av SL Loij ':1:1' .
vrNl.tje an
!, J., 'e degree ; I ,waV finished yeaterday'A; grind If Is estimated ,that -the; seed" .beds so, drive by thin. torevVfe Foe Tat A4 pry,. :
trtwree
: p .this". deTetpgaoeny ( to Jury was 'drawlI 'Vita"J&eo" fendsya are sure .tohave;; what uerO 1ae.esaer,; ; ave., Aer ; =
\ ,. na.t di' n .tbis 4 yltl '2rt \psol few 1 ,; hoe being planted V)',rnl er. rides -' i-L. riots. T. tF 4 a-erOY/tLL'au.Od., -, "
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"_. .rpotato. ',; -1'1' ..q:1 .a" 4 { +,txvgakd. E., Ey qoodao,i chairman, and C. 'Ayers; clerk, after will be enough to Block a gibe, hndrcd you: =jvraaL- ,00 ltM/Ogt JS74).I'AMPA ; :. saC tAcwsoyvyu
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.t1e W' .ThlC" Rio ''", man. "busy hely l ag] they bait returned true b.ml in..two acre'piaAtaM9&abber 1Io.C. aaxrMEtl'_fate. FASeGe; 4GT.;ens.";: aa.Y is
:f J.t tia1)er. th '!8JlMac.hi Be'cUt ? 1C v.
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JackFort We are informed that the Chamber of Com- I -

0wDecI By merce membership roll carries less than 300 !Friday, Third
.. THE.FORT MYERS PRESS Incorporated names This is a peculiar state of affairs-our I I r \ "The 40 and 8" trill meet at the

:..". Z.. HOSMM, FaMUaer aid Geaeral Jlaup' pessimistic friends pronounce it an appalling state + ". ,''1.-.'.',. Legion home at f:30 o'clock.

,.Mere* M Seewis CUM mall matter Mardi 14 till IB' tb; .fraffairs.- II Genius." In this he gave to Lee a
.Se e. ltl r At, the very lowest calculation, chamber of place as a soldier only after Napol-

'7Ma4et.. M a weekly "w>pap r M Kovsrober no 1M and a* commerce statisticians would say that we should .- WAr ;; I"LC GET0 \ i f'OD. Caesar, and Marlborough; 'Lee ;
a dally oa March 14. le1Lzililu have 1,000 paid up members. Belonging to the ;I : THIS 4 Sv;;: CLEANED ouT Stonewall Jackson he also met. and ?

OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS optimistic class, \ie should double these figures I II NoTfae; AW THER' I i was only lees impressed by him than
'!''tIe AasoolatM Prep le escliMdvrty eatittod to the ...-for and'aay- that we should have 2,000. Then if our ,*,** 5 w I i' be had been by Lee "With him we
'ryiWloatb.cncw.&of..all chic nw dipatebe crwlhad to U or sot otbor- friends would indicate such a desire, we would be WATCH Atf GARDEN y peat r most plwwant hour and wereagreeably
t ....... M1rIIp&per, and alp tho local: news purr willing to split the difference and make a stand Wr surprised find him very"}
'AH right* .( ropvhllcatloa epeeist'dl.patcb.I been' to expecfcve
.tf. h rl are I I"G gffabige'. baring \led
MM reserT a.Jvse. ; for 1,500 paid up members., But we are not will-
U -- IDSCJUPTICI: that was silent an JUTES ing to drop a single member below 1500. uniform, he looks_
b CoU ii. Charlotte i>re* e l In Wa Krey
Oviide lAo, Cooler
'a ... Readry cooules.e. and Uendry ConaU Charloue ., The chamber of:commerce has a plan to grad- the hero that b.> j*, and h%thin com-
-+- Ono Month ..5 ually work up to this number. This is a movementnow I II which e '
fa ..... Lt. I Thro Months-- f ; Ij I pressed lips and calm glace
1.11 Bix Months ---.L'I'(" to have every member of the organizationsecure j net yours unflinthingly; give erl..
... a.. One Tear .
additional decisionfor
-- ti membership which would dec of dlllt firmness and :

tJ. ."'!'lIe W..ky Fort My.r. Preea On Year'I.." double the number now belonging to this body. I II shirt he is so famous. Altogether :
TW Wooklr Fort M.VM* PTOM Six Months -tLic That will make 600 members. A little later the as one of his soldiers saidto :

same movement will give 1,200 members. The I I me in talking of him. he Is a. ,,
SUSTAINING MEMBER other 300 should come in of their own volition. Ina glorious fellow' and after I left him
K town like Fort Myers where there are important I i iI I fete that I had at last solved the

w oNAI. bfTODlAL[ problems to be met every day it should be a I II! mystery of the 'Stonewall. Brigade accom-:
toas I I awl discovered why it had
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pleasure and not for
I a duty every citizen to lend miraculous
ASSOCIATION the aid of his name and his $25 to the chamberof pushed feats ". With sh such almost a leader men

commerce that it may function properly. face any
1' .)MMsAtt Seattera Sewtjaper Pakll,aer '. Attoclatlea. There is a budget for necessary expenditures I Ii I would anwwat go of anywhere difficulty and and for myself.

.. Hotter FUrUa Press Asseelatloa. Jo be worked out and this can be accomplished until i
Veaftcr Flertta JLswdatei Dark it is definitely known just what funds are II t pres-

;' Vmtor, Seats Flerlia Frets Itsaelattoi. available. There are many things to be done by -;
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the chamber of success as a moral certain
IF
; commerce SUFFICIENT i on upon
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Friday 'Afternoon April 3, 1925 FUNDS CAN BE RAISED. Isn't it too bad that 1 1I 1I :ty. Whilst General Lee is regardedin

,. TEX,FOBT JTTEBS PUSS FLATFOBXA the use of that word "if" is necessary in this 1I the light of infallible Jove a man
. case? I I Lto i be revered Jackson is loved and
I(! adored. with all that childlike and
s' BmBilay aid JaaaA .AuHlatJ. Man do your,duty and get that other member i affection which the ancients "
trustful '
<. Water gefteaJaa Pint far Xaalelpal Water at once. You, who are not a member, go to are said to have lavished on the particular .."
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commerce enroll at once, not deity presiding over their af-
:. ::--- ;Ji W' Waur mat 4>r IsUid Park aid Xaaltlpal Aadly forgetting to hand in your check for $25 at the .-.S fairs." :

'. ,; Urln.Wrer same time. lie was outspoken In some scathing
: ', Frat BeileTari. Fort Myers is going ahead and everyone of crfcfclsms: of Mr. Jefferson Davis'

:{' : Free Brier U Crescent Heart. us will benefit by her growth. How fast she goes I political conduct 'of the war which
}. ,: ; -.BeQer BJrcr Cfcaaael U PreiUe Zatraiee tar ahead depends in a great measure on the activity : drew from the ex-Confederate President
:" ; 11.... of the chamber "The shrewd,
" Gelar Tassels of commerce and the volume of I a spirited reply.
:;: ,' '1''i IVmflctU. af Lee CtiBty'i Sjstea at Beads.. this activity depends to some extent on the the wise Mr Lincoln" excited his ad-

,,y'd"t -;, .' ,C..,lrtU. .f TamlaaU Trail aad Fart Mj rFata .- able amount of funds for the chamber's avail-j miration In the same degree as Lee

B4.di Bigbway'. All together-let's go. I I yet he offended the great prsident'smQ6t
Aeaatltlatla devoted followers by couplingthe
; .f Highways laeladlig- Plaiting
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, I two as the outstanding figures of
Csnaait'Falau *!.aw TanUml. Trail Clear aerasiLM

Craaty sad C.! Uaalag af Royal Pike. alaayMaflgaytr FISHERMEN CATCH LIQUOR NOT SHRIMP the Civil War.It .
I 'Iy handsome faces I ever saw; while was Wolseley's enthusiasm for
Baalcrard to Pats Bu...
OFFICER" SEES
"A BRITISH that Interested Lord Cham-
:... Read to East C..... Several days while -jr- all honour and place implicit faith in Lincoln
ago shrimping near Mud BETWEEN THE STATES with I wood in writing the outstanding biography -
'VAR I those
{ THE his and ability
,. Cove when the r tourage
nets and
THE FORT MYERS SPIRIT were pulled on board to I r 'whom he is most intimate feel for of the great war president
gather' the catch of shrimp the boatmen found in him the affection of sons to a father. his admiration for the military geniusof r

'We want'to tell the Winter Haven Chief that the nets with the shrimp several quarts of Johnny take Fag Cooper (Old General Scott rightly said that II Lee that Influenced Sir Frederick
Walker in the
whiskey the Maurice to spend years pre-
whftt'he" commends under the above i is says Apalachicola Times. Although when Lee Joined the Southern cause.

;, (lie Fort,Myers spirit under any and all heading circumataaccg shrimpers the catch of shrimp was not large the The flip of a penny spun by two, sue of January IS 3. and forwardeda I It was worth as much the as rebels.the accession paration raphical study of his of exhaustive the Confederate biog-
,. kept dragging and every time ,the net check for 40 pounds covered by a of 20,000 men to
-the spirt of fairplay-the' of the banksof Wolseleyby
the
spirit was pulled aboard it contained young British officers on ''With subsequent closer study of: General The Life of Lord
letter. Wolseleyhad
one or more quartsof highly appreciative
GoUen Rule, Says'the Chief: memorableyear I :Major-General Sir Frederick
liquor. the Potomac in the immediately succumbed to the influence Lee's campaign. Wolsele opinionof
-.: "Saturday, March' 21. the Columbus Sen- late waxed higher and higher and' Maurice and Sir George Arthur has
? Those who know the inside as well the 1863 made Lord Wolseley of Lee, and evinced the him I
journeyed to'Fort Myers,,where they were outside of things say that just prior to the as recent Field Marshall of the British ArD.1y.1 i strongest sympathy with the South. he said deliberately that there was Just been published. .by Doubleday
&
Co.through
paet the Philadelphia Athletics in battle arAn gale rum runners threw overboard sixty-eight the means of establishing In Englandand "Lee" he wrote "is a person who quite as much military knowledge to : Page
r.. hour before the time set for the must at once attract attention asa be gained from the American Gen
game cases of choice liquid for safe keeping, intending I on the continent General RobertE. Napoleon A service from London to
pluvius got in his and for the splendid specimen of an ,English eral's operations of 1862 as from '
innings to return and gather it as needed. The gale broke Lee's fame as a military genius. of 1796 which Paris without changing cars or
_._ few hours it "rained cats and dogs," making up the plans as the cases of liquor were brokn by Wolseley had Quartermaster-General gentleman with one of the most rare- "we all a read campaign attentively" A voracious alighting from the train will become

t fcBpaswbie. to have the.gam .The Senator'and thefierce waves and the contents scattered I as Assistant '. reader of everything worth effective'! shortly when huge ferry-

iMir Winter Haven friends'returned to this city the bottom. It is needless to say that Mud Cove over when Abe English Parliament was ;Wash Your House reading on' the Civil War, he wrote boat carrying trains are put Into
tfcnril" out of";sorts and,the committee :was $125 is a favorite rendezvous for the shrimping fleet. 'inflamed over the );lizureot :Slidejtt: I ) f II i an essay in 1887, when his Judgmentwas commission between Dover and

maiwr because of the trip.. Fish and Oyster Reporter.KID ;": and Mason from a British ship. I ?t mature, under the title "MilitaryOutburts Calais.i' .
$- Xast Saturday, the Athletics came to Win- I However as amicable relations with t
the United States' were not broken t Condo
i Haven.. The day was grandand: a thrilling ,rte of Everett True By
off. Wolseley asked for a six:
,was played. The, net receipts after.all ex-: CANVASSERSWhen leave and proceeded' south to weeks'l
were deducted was,$256.82, to be divided the war at first hand. Setting
between'the teams. And thereby hangs a Washington, he hoped to cet
... of the Fort Myers spirit and of a good sport doorbell you it get that very imperative ring at and word with thq Confederate Gen' .
your not be
.. displayed it to the.nth,degree. may some impress per- eral who, in his first great offensive
son demanding immediate
"..;Q.\Bicharda, president of the Fort. My- attention. but merely had seized Harper's Ferry, crossed i1 -i''
Mat Kiwaius Club,,immediately: notified the)local some youngster who is trying to earn a littlepocket the Potomac and was marching on i ,
Msnarittrii that'the 125 money by selling some article, or disposing the Capitol. With Wolseley was his
$ expenses incurred on thes&Rff vi1Vasb1ng
of tickets for
some entertainment. friend, Inspector-General }Muir headof
Saturday. be deducted from Fort '
My
? ? Some people are irritated by canvassers and the Canadian :Medical Service The Improves the Outside
bare of the local ,
game adding that his city they turn down these juvenile solicitors with two tossed up which should Join the
net1 want'to see:WinterrHaven dig down in sharp rebuff.,Yet boys and girls who show a Northern and which the Southern WHEN ,the face of TOUT boast
1 Mir pockets and pay a big bill when circum- initia- Army elected to ; to look somewhat
tive and should : Wolesley woo and
energy not be frowned tired and old. It be rejuvenatedby 1
can
s jMMios over which she had upon. the latter. He
no control interruptthe f go to expected to find
The majority of people are always lacking in a much simpler process than .
..} schedule, accordingly; Secretary Sampson force' and ideas of their own, and when Lee in Maryland or to meet him in xace-lUUnff or painting. SUnplj I i:
IMS ssmt Mr.Richards a check for $3.41. instead of ster starts out with a' Washington which he thought would :wash its facel F ;
fltS.41. their!rightful hare. some original idea as young-I surely fall to the Confederate chief, Ita spin and span appearance can I \
... 'el: tint isfair, sample of'the'Fort Myers% money can be'made., he is showing a good but a copy of Lee's orders had come be maintained. or restored by athorough "
all "cari that will help him later. He can then be into the hands of his opponents. Gen- washing with warm waist I
.w aay.'is. Happy the city that and Ivory soap which removes tht r j.
with a pleasant smile and hopes for his success eral McCleUan learned that the Confederate t
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: Is such a spirit and thrice,happy is she in" disfiguring dirt and keeps the '
pos f fLee
thoughthat is no reason why should forces were divided forced
DMnwho.will anyone buy boWIe locking fresh until the painting ,
I .That exemplify it)sin-so splendid anything that he does not want*-Key West to fight on the Antletam. and to J season, comes on again.For .
.haatter'1" act helpfulness and f
thought- Citizen.. fall back across the Potomac. Wol
noose-Cleaning Indoors
; will never be forgotten by.Havenites. and seley had therefore ,to pass Into Virginia For .
r served as a bond to draw the two cities by what was known as the cleaning or woodwork without or opholstery t 'x
together in.a"common'.understanding' and ,COOLIDGE'S OPPORTUNITY underground route." by which tag the paint carpets or fabric, a Jelly damag madect He."F't' = T ME Nov 3"leI !R'T

'*_ BOB JMltfad6e.'We like to think that'Winterwould friends of the confederates Mary Ivory soap la invaluable i I NbWSP,44iz. rcf_ cz: .T Ic.t-r\e.N: ,; .L'l'"-

have done the same by Fort Myers There are those who will argue that witha land communicated with 'Richmond.The : halt To ct make small the jelly, dissolve one- 'UP "' t-oR. !Yov It..... You've e t l, t'f
a package of Ivory .
made In with
"....tiGu.had been ,,reversed,' but:if" such-Ms: willing cabinet to assist him, and economy and Mr. Lawley journey, the correspondent company of the Hikes In on. quart of hot water. FoR AGOu, So.'F \V9L.O<:I(
her apirit-then; we respectfully' efficiency his watch U desired few drops of kerosene -
suggestthatfde as words, President Coolidge Times, was not easy and the crossingof I I ANO TrAT' A-C3au-r
w take"a: trip to'their sister city in&ee. has'a "golden opportunity" for'success. Success the Potomac was only accomplished may t be> stand added until to the mixture. Allow I t (NOV G.t'4 !

?- 'and learn the general art of'good sport- is not ,defined by these prophets so we are in by means of fair words and forty; when< U will be stiff thoroughly: like 'a Jelly.cold I' ti

't is and imbibesome'of: theL Fort Myers darkness as to whether it is service to the nationand dollars in British gold expended on To apply. the Jelly squeeze a I

,; ..We. rqfnone- finer. anywhere. onthe; to the world, or'whether it is self aggrandize-. a fisherman on the bank together sort cloth' preferably cf flannel i
<"' ,- '- : Iti" ment: We shall see what we shall see. with a large cigar and a specious out fit clear warm water. Dip tothe !
smoked Ivory Jelly and rub over theemfez. j.4-:: S'h Lj
s story complacently and swal
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_. to be cleaned With
lowed by a Federal officer who most another
WHY MAIM TO SAVE cloth, squeezed out vt 'clearwater ,
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t,, 'lmtpp was over-run with April Fool Jokes The Tampa Times, Leesburg Commercial,I Inopportunely strolled Into the fish remove all traces of the i
o-' f to newspaper- reports.. It seems that Live Oak Democrat,:Plant City Courier and some erman's hut Just as Wolseley and his soap and then dry thoroughly. The
other continue to insinuate that the companion were making their ar- surface will be left clean and fresh '
pranK was 'to put 'in a.call 'for'anridenuy papers gov with
DO
; rangements.The disfiguring etreaka, and
this kind ernor probably knew about the races and gamblingat best '
; of foolishness of all during the process the
: trip and his conversation with '
riled the ambulance drivers, who rush into ; Miami, and, knowing about it, did nothing to Lee induced Wolseley'a first literary bands will not be roughened or i!
with this inconsistent complaint: 3f| stop it.: .If they keep this up, the Tampa Tribuneis effort. He described it in an article reddened* aa they would If a harsher :
tteppose we go out: likely to accuse them'of belonging to that "poi' the signature cleaning. soap were used
on a 'fakecallan: Insne over of "An English NOTE-O rtmitr* M47'ettttn t" *
.:; ; one in our haste Eto. get to the scene.avticely s squad''so much was'said about during the Officer" and sent It to Mr Blackwood, tjdrtittng inifrtittnf fawKx tt* JV.. Mi VmmmU H ."L'u,1.,..,t.1

_ ; possible, as'we take great. asks primary campaign.-Punta Gorda Herald. who gate it pride of place In the 1s- iti flak Avm t. UK Yfrk City._ 1! .
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we, the'garage.Should: we kill .
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some! child while answering one of,these MOWN: POP METHOD\ ; IN HER MADNESS, .

t11 Mar wouldhave" '.. .the_ *vision*, before' him .... By Taylor -

his life. M ; HEUOCmCK-THIS HEu.o CHICK a:.8045p1ZR4 t:D HELLO O4lCktSORg4 GEORGE Stir
\why. ask should SoRR I.lOEt31S. t' '
we an ambulance driver
IS JOE- SOME ClA'TJ-I' t1A\ EAoGAR-WHFJtI: e.n--r EttRtS t.ARjr I.DRLUE GIRLS NEEDT1iouAM
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because he is in a rush to save life vas: r SAW WQUVffTHVESTERCAY sNk- HAVE AT1iE4Ti Do 4x1 AND TKE GRLGOTo \ qj ON A DIET THEEkgRcisl :wECA j iwsw, I ;
'be justified ,in taking life-to' "kill or -.. -, ,Q'iztyt,15TE Lit ocW'' qup CAs3T ATTEiEAKa LADIES Dovd i ToNA.Jc IT Kota w+D so --- NEIY RFRtFj,1D

Iaall child" as they say. To be sure, every ru.: Buv 1 oRToNN .
Is supposed to give TICKETS FORme $ yi
an ambulance the right -- +i6EJNENTSr ,
r, hut does that mean; that if the "devils 'T : r i

..dh }loud"er a ehfld or ,any one else,) 'the \f 401i1.L TRAntiEticATREiDNtGNT.-A<- I.I [ -a a t
c; i is privileged to "ride right pver,him?" T1A f'6 FOR Mt.II u I ..e.rr .

-jna with any one.or, everyone ,that 1-(
fit fUfes alarms for ambulances, for-the ;,

_*rte>ent, or for any branch of the public I

sjrv4t is not joke, and that those who I

A*<*4 contrary should be induced to change v ]1 l'N'q ''

even if severe methods must be em-

hag this about. At the same time we

w one fa> any dqwrtntat of public
t -<- that the necessity for saving .. .=

for "kflliog or raaiming a S..:' ii :
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> ; stand aside and see the autos awarded to someone else. now until the final wind-up and then everybody can see ;, )

;'. .. .. Twenty-five thousand extra votes are given on each who are the lucky winners. Look over the list of workers : .::..:
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.,' '''_ some of those who are now at the top can keep them- big subscription would put most anyone of them under ?=.i

I f ,"'.. ... selves there by hustling this week. Show your speed the wire. It is this week or never to help one of them i t
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.. __c...:81X4-. .- __ THE FonT ITTERS PRESs;; FOOT STIES. FlflMDXHi : __
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.. .'_ -BY HARRY R HUNT the village ef1 Plymouth- callow i t '
f. "'" :. < NBA herrlcerHer' Cal was scheduled. for a "course 1
-. "I'. : ,VTASIIIXGTOX-Tbe biggest sprouts" by ,the more eophisti- I : > } I
..../ ;,- )Y man In the president cabtret cated academicians.: eat J iS. Three Years to Pay--- ,
Ia :i Is Its newest member. Then John Sargent passed out i .
IIC' .- a.-. Jchn Garibaldi word that the newcomer was sort
Sargent the .
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attorney general

.'Mi;:j:;<;;.." -, ;". lent Charle he CooUdge Senate Warren called had tower turned to whom omc a Presl djwn good after big tend he'd then tend to cal as ta anybody,It Samn''lbt.,to todaY-and who tried was brbiceps as to! I ::: ? :/.>. With Interest at J >iII

i. -' .' three Inches above Secretary Wil- \ more> supple. The hint wat ',
:r:' : '.l' bur. heretofore th suRicient. I II 1" : .7
< e tenet hiest caM 4 t -fiir
b' n teer. and tips,the scale at tS ;
F}' ,- ,rounds or so mere than Secretary SAHGEXT comes" to Washington I < '" .. ..... .
:' Week, the heftiest. of the old reputation of being ', .-
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$ just cIes In Under tt' Cudlow. 13 miles from Coolidge I 0 ." ., ',>,_ .
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= -i; ", fret height.* Inches His weight In his U roughly socks. It In home lawn of Hymouth, is a burg .' ..." .,- r :- .,... ''."" ,
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'. of only lion inhabitants Life .
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; 5 stone, or Eons fie pound atoiidupois II' .. iJI
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a1' ...,:.: Sargent typifies the "rugged \'er- Coolidge is from belevFs.'that such surroundings.a true perspective 9. I : You can't buy residential property so well l locatedas ',.. ;, ..
:j'Jt. :" mont strength" whkhthe. poetswrite of law d' tt CoronadoA- '
( as wen *s life coo '. Coronado-improved as we will improve
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;' Although 'EI. <4 ears have alone stand' out. like the we are asking for
r. : at anything: prices i
,. brought certain flaccid looseness The ,uper Jclabties. the obnormalitieti. >- x I
akin of his neck and Jowl. .... ,
thethIlse. that. no often warp the .S b .:' t '
{' of his Jaw are still firm viewpoint of city dweller' are '. '
f t and strongThe missing The technicalities, the ": Lots in CoronadoS.
., I- !i' very bigneas of his bodyponderousbut evasion, so much practiced by big, Y. i.: i .
."_;'";" ..-" powerful suggests city: lawyers, find no place. t III St
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.> a mind that likewise, while par> '
i;; haps hot of panther-lika.qukk. an ,.l lid to legal and philosophical S
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.: ,, researches, Sargent II.( # $1,500
obstacles to definite sad <
!;:.),.. .. :'l 'conclusions.SARCENT subvtant plug relies no Uttle on 'pipe and t 0" .,,'" .

:*",. ':",' ,s; During long: winter" days, ,,'beaIAidlow I .
j a -j, ought to help Cool lies snowbound Sargent 9ta ': blocks of McGregor Boulevard
: ti : Coronado is within two
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t1 ,'.. ;;. more at home in his upends days on end in his library 4'. : ; .
: .' Job. With Sargent In town smoking and consuming: both just one block south of Snell's Valencia Terrace. -
'.; the president may feel in some hewing tobacco: and legal lore In
; : :, t.. degree, the same kindly Interest prodigious.quantities. Coronado Road, which begins at Cortez Boulevard, and
., and protection that he felt when Following the spring thaws, ha be
.. under Sargent wing he waa gets a severe attack of Ashing fever runs through Coronado to the Tamiami Trail, will
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I", .r_ saved a hazing on his entrance to And a little later he ts apt one of the finest residential streets anywhere around ,. .
Black River Academy at Ludlow. ro to! seized by manta for gardening .
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};! ., \t, nearly ;. The ',Sargeats: lived at Uudlow. tits rod sod hoe have supplied ; "
trI and young Coolidge went. to their he. Sargent table with Us fresb # t ; ASPHALT, not simply "hard surfaced. ..
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house to board fulb and vegetables throughout hnlsfa -t
S ::5 As a tlnU 1. tsbtul toy from ..; new btndoleer'fteckbc-rl-l ii: ':. S Drive down the TAMIAMI TRAIL, three blocks be

'.i, .t rUE introduced in\ New Yor limits to Hanson Avenue (only fourteen :'
; yond the city ,
.. ;/t., t>y Constance Delanoy. one of ,
\::: .. DlSARMAMffiT PROPOSAL defense The scheme purposes la based in the upon 1923 the budget Dan-I this seasons and Junior most Leajruera.popular v debulantf It U- blocks. from the City Hall), look to the right, and,the de- ,.

Jab disarmament plan, which) is closely worn, .in .the overthe-shoulder and velopment work you see in progress is in Coronado.

i,: .'.. BEfORE DUTCH H Hi 'CHAMBR[ fern followed!}l, while as Jqr allowance as (the navy ia made la (; ed tinder back the In arm DIrectoire fashion that days,original and",la" .. : Drive two blocks south of that point and you will find .
decidedly new la this countof,* _
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a greater land forceowing to 0\1-1 that'we have opened Coronado Road so you can .
>:i ;;".; ,, lands longer! land frontiers lie active, during the time of thy ...
.>,.' r' ( drive through and see the type of development we are ..
I The proposal Is accompanied existence: doing more than is commanded I
I :, ;'" 'T1IR' JUGUE' April ;?.-'.\ project lengthy memorial! declaring that ,owing -" He la blameworthy who making out of this:choicely situated piece of property.
,. for diuarmament.! to be operative -as to modern war methods, Holland, makes bad use of his moments I Coronado I
surrounded
The circular piece of ground by -
f :ryp f from January lr 1926. has been Introduced like other smaU states\ is confrontedwith Precepts of PUh-Hotep 2500 D. 0. : large .
7x i : i Y in the Dutch chamber by the Impossibility of defending i Road will be a public park and plaza, covering
;/\: 'p-- the Social Democratic party. her territory adequately against aggression Cairo Egypt, a city of many languages 1I
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I' .. ""' ;. : t. Its main provisions are to cut down by powerful foreign nations, has adopted the automatic II about THREE ACRES.
p .. : the standing array from"327ot>o men or maintaining neutrality by force of telephone system.
>" ".a In ).he active force and. organized re: arms alone. Either contingency may If you have five hundred dollars or more to invest, iI
r: .' ., aS senrea ta a "secu rlty' fore'of 25,000 hare to be faced, the promoters say Heat, 'conducted through a large I I and want to see it DOUBLE QUICKLY, come to our office !.1I
.' ., S and ,reduce the nary to about a owing to the prevalence of international -: pipe to the Interior of a stack oft _
,7:. dozen giiard&hipa' 'end 'as maul sea hatred, 'the desire for revenge green hay dries it as effectively M I, and iearn all the details of the Coronado develop? '" j
.l,_ :plane :The annqatcost. :Jt{(Computedat on, the part of tide. vanquished, and ( would the sun. In England, where ment. ; -'toI'
r some :17, 00000 .Uorins,,compared the fear of revenge on the pan of the I damp weather prevails, this. Is a common -. ""'.1
: I ,' '. :with'100.000.000: florins 'allocated tor victory In the world war. practice. '
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#-.***\* r : ,rf:! : jjS I ness property, (at least, it is less than two blocks from' ;. I J

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; = J : solid business within a very short time), located on

: 5 TWO of the MAIN STREETS of the city. The 'price'ofthis

: ;: { valuable piece of land is about 15 per cent of what. 5 5

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wh'4 THAN .FRONT 'FOOT
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{{ : ., f-ft t Accesson for; the Easter. Frock. 'capital, make its prove to 'you the \value of this i
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,,:: _' "',,_ ;:' Bags'beaded'in lovely "fleoigns in colors of'Black. ,. White, ;'Pink" ,* yellow VISIT 'OUfl OFFICE TODAY .
!r"J. ,.. and Black and white combination $5.00 to $15.00.. ''.
:, *> _Children's' : beaded'hfe g;in assorted. colors, $?,00 to 300. .,. .

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-." Two or three.strand, graduated Pearl( necklace{ \..ith Jev el jilaspv$3; :Oft:to. ; : "
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"_ is cluated. Boida'24 inch length in colors of Pink(Blue, .Green, Rose. ,'Yellow? ,. -t' :

;. '.i1' Orang! ,:_Ortrhard,___Brown and,Black. $3.0,0 to'$1r50" t ( Company

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:< Bracefets:. :'m.beautiful l color, combination? s$2.00.: _. '.:. ...:'..... ,m.. :,.-; '; r.
". Hosiery' ,1 Main Office No.!.40 East+Main;Street_ ; Field Office Being : '-,-..-'

!f V#*g. ; 4''.- ;f' > wt4i.; :Well' (known brands of 55r' Hesierraa'D xda1] .:Pigeon!;Gordon.. and'Kay/., Constructed; !; ,' El ,Dorado' pn First Street.. BRANCH ,, -

:ser have made our Hosiery; department famous..; ', OFFICE::'at- No. 42 6th: .Street ,South, St ,Petersburg.Connections ; -Ji -
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fart e t rfltfdlM s ,'French; Nude, Black and:;White..;$1,50.to $2.50x1. ; / ., ; :
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It CLl L J".A.1'F.S'. In AH(IN WItiC LSU'S&theor MeoEU1n.rOLt1r.ADVERTISIN s VAn TW,. )'HOl Ie TO 51" FOR'F.\1f G. \- rESp VOW-- '- :Personal KTentibri I Drain Wants Idealism"Cegibn to t Restore American ManhoodIn : 1 I II il IREALTY_ NOTES (I Ir ,[BUYING\ ; A A\ FORD; -\ i 1 1t


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: f *- type.HVe ttU! and 4de.a or 10011 lIum Oot'. t r! The T. B. MUl : x
cnt a wont for each. -T. M. Prevatte has had a nwyalvanise.j ,''consisting of good Ias4 on Orange : 1
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*1,1 &-pt type" like tht. 5 day.f ; view of the cornier state convention pg l a man to convince boys tat i i i
,cents a word for tied roof put on his residence I-I r'cr: ttta a 499-foot waterfront
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-pt typo like this, s cents a wont f "'ysssssass near the MeAdow .tlll. i iI' ,of The American Legion at 1[the way be points is the ritat good honoe and fine grove has been I :
or hth Saint Augustine die following word lie th I jfiFORT 1YERS :I IMere {
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c 'i a l'Ottgh-! :war'j soM to A. D. Cook wh,t wlll probably
word for is, rMare ct its national coaisandcr'wto military affairs and Is abte to develop It. I -

I ; word for A. ilUer. J, A. Robla*>n. and will be the guest of honor, is |i. pret'one.war'in*ttruia of aaotAtr. lie't .J ,f

?, }; ,inent,'in be K: D. Mayor of Tampa, are in town ilteraktingj The followiaj-, an editorial -, will win in an hour tha' friendship I Tie II IL Johnson Construction Thus OneEarh. Brines Day
tlon. ner Lor than 2It.. tor tint for the \'. arpearin ia the Richmond, Company with thirty men and A ftL m-I ,
In3er. I ; and respect of alwcst any man. After Sold; br CIty .f raliuHDealrn '
I her of teams this mcuining began the
Advertl AT1ERXaT12. DATSCard : i Va Now1eader.. | have been with him ba1f..a ,
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l wor4 word; la.. ptr op ''sr un pt, 'tp4. concrete sidewalks in Seoul' .
:- 6lzes.TETUis a4 1 cent Usttt I.svisiting friends in town far r, x>veJ ia person .nd in manner j rabedla the sam -to": and had gone I I ,
t- J division. ter will be piped to l' If the saleof earsceetinueg a
C23h ; UY&nce' this week front the familiar "uboc'tin.uptype |to sell,>ol together But more tlua all Sllb-I :
f. NoUC.-Ko or'Tha- I .lot and it is expected that the : -and'pest experience prove that. It 1
I as a cartoonist could picture this Gen ral D-nin is fundamentally '
I 1 i ihimJ optccat will be completed In :' kt
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: IL"1. -Capt, W. R. Mayaard returned to Ills magfietisar Is not of the )and predominantly rtligiou. His out I will become greater where ob.
days.
r, a'vel1 j 1.-- Everglades, this morning after spending -I saleti!:' ort. Ills>aJl a1'aD.1s not look Is spirituaL His aim is to take i I where van cue park one's Ford'I 1 :
: t Thirty ot the original forty-seven
tekp4Uflt4.b.I several days here, of the'hero of a ibllar advertleenie.t.Seelitghiarand :' The American Legion and make It J Svkes & ITD1 local agents tot Ford ', ;
lots have been sold and the ag -' ne know'n' ? what t.e' not a'1rrat political machine .nor yet I products report that for the period I' -
late pike receheC was I'OWWOO.: -
FOR SALK T I \MISCELLANEOUS: -H. U Kanarr; G. U., Stevens and was you would take him to b. an an"ajrehcy for promo'tjg the national ,This ale baa been maae in two of .w the months they hate disposed i

F. It. Rood .of Sa'nt! Petersburg tie tverrdav bu.'ness,T aD. tan-ersed in 'd fense. but'a means cf restorlas weeks. of tie following Ford'twrUg cars i 'I ,"

For. Sale-Rough lutiisj 4lrtoCl from r"Y in town..n business.It lib own affairs and'ds1ne to comets Idealism to Arierlcaa manhood 5>3. ranabonts. 38; coupe. Zl;' r ,
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lojtuI\1t7 Carrisoa L Sholtz Lore aol to ;
ti. ,sawmill to job anywhere In i i! r l1; aa, .r.vu ..1.t1 I', HI-144. t in earl?old'age with no itdventnretiat "Comniyiile**"*-the' line des not I VnUlams 4& WhL key I' dvn?. 41; trucks !94: traeMl'l. 23.ai.4 ; '

-aad:around ..rt Myers. See us to- !: ...rna.of l1. lWk A1d"I :_, ; n. Onrlhle( and C. G. PI ickl tancrlns, 3. This makes a total t -

jsor.f you bn>. WhiUker' & Cllftou. :' are in town for an indefinite I lent ,ter or away from his deak. I the preacher and the prophet of The they sold SO acres mote In the same |I of ai for twelve months or an'aver- t' ,

-,. Exchanga. 1-Ttfc. I bOU'ehotd't81'AIitS..On ut..nSUiI' gt" tn tUfn'tttP Wine' a'IUI ReI of time. I Oar h. begins to talk; an extraorilinary i American Legioj Aaa the fact hat localit,. ate of tcrty-'oar and ona-fourtk ears ::7
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.r. uy 'dr Flortda.upon April the l mlttjuic S. J. 4 mailed I H..TAt '-U'J1te hcme"in Rochester, N" T, in the o*-n' career he appears quickly! as ala ; the oouitrv cou'J have that tile Le- Sunday School Class you remember that Ford is 'i

ltttt( "1r.Cud potae.. f of i.s3 otI.1K.NT _S.\L1 u..t E..be at runt. n.10_ morning, after an extended stay here. *- <-r' of most logical mind aDd as1(. rica can be wh t' General Drain SuiT>Hsc'Their TeacherThe I onhr me of many: manufacturers .
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; Iiua $t. Augthte.I oUt7 wloeecars sold I la Fart ilyera
uloilda. .07.t.vt .Richmond SewS are
wl1l if lieII13eayned7nt'attlfpatriotidaad tobe.
'-I1-St. : serve ber n-gu. leafier'ojt great, quiet power f wants U t"
I lfooer. '-a-It, -J' L. PickeU has been spending 1 ; en-. Leitftr. March 5. 1325. vote may "cll ask where all the cars l' ,
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: FOR SALE-Dandy, flit* c-room ) several'
o I days in town transacting Young Matron's Sunday school!ro. -

1It-ev lot*p MxlM.'CS"' ..< Bant New: and Vorl a*Uyera well built Bmu.lt as 'Round; Florida bU8ln, sL I 'Weather: Forecasts Need'Reports "class held their monthly business There* is'a graveyard for old cars 4 J JIn

payment down-balance tfte rent Sent.not. and the .i
meeting with Mrs Franklin on Royal FortIyera' you can see .
Realty Company. I .
Inc. hone MT tte.fOH E2U. -\Ilss Clara M. KouVle. of Sa'ut From Far Distant Continents IVa! avenue on Thursday afternoon remains of many a ,"has-been1 if

'-_ I (U" Ths A.ntnIat,. I'rm) Petersburg; la visiting friends here liuriog! the bU2ieour a steat I vua 'win'so to the Junk shop fn Safety 'I
SALK: Suburban Horn and I II
\lNi.sVlLUt-r.-eparatlons
chicken farm. extra rood five-room cia for'a short time. -- 'roast" was planned for Tue_Jay evening hJL Hee the worn out cars are ;
'-OUM, garage, chicken house*, brooder 1 1t I under way fur the third annual Florida -; WASHlVnTnVr April S.-Two additional of funds at the present time the on Orange river The bustards taken apart and any part of value t-

: house.furnished.One Com acre In ot awl ground let na UOUM show fully you., state open track and field championship .i -W. M. Shaw spent Thursday In observation stations' ; lo.atl Smithsonian Institution is u-iable to of'all class member;; are to He gaeati.t sy.I.-.ged. You can buy repairs such

i fceminole Realty Company'Inc. 230 First meet at the University1 ot: town looking'over some property for America'' and Asia and I undertake ths' prograia. Before s-. 1 The hostess then invited tUe cane as springs etc, wluch- answer as -
probably
1lU'eet.. a-ttfe. I florid* oa May2, under auspices ot i I his firm. letting sites for the proposed new solar to inspect a large Easter nest with I well KI new ones for about call'price. It

you SALB- In' _Ion thirty Ea< the Florida dibtrirt of the1 A. .\. 'V. A accurate recording! of tilt sun's'{ observing stations Dr. Abbot gaily colored r.fcbons; extending There used to be-* law against the ,; 1

BOIl Stadler 4'. CX Farm and.St.three Price ten on either.'. tract tract., wore or more athletic clubs throughout -' -Mf. and Mrs. I* D. Lee and Mr. Changes of radiation: over' a perid of>thinks$ ,. would be needed to round its edge. Everyone pulled a, indiscriminate Icalt rIng' of old I

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*.'OUS.-emu' two W.. three 1C:llaiuer.and four Box year 4i2 Fort at Ii My-pw colleges and universities and other he\era day* in Fort Myers on a ion of Dr. CI. Abbot. assUUnt secretary -*I, new station It would require treat I end a small crate of Easter rand.es. ,roads and streets as the p>tp- r. when : '

t ], el'l Florida 4-.3-4tp., athletic organizations are 'expected to I II 'pleasure' trip.: of the Smithsonian Jn"titution'$ .. to fir.ooo for o-isinal Installation -I The ribbon of Mrs E. T Enoch's the driven along b> the win. caused ; I

FOR SALt: 148d acre or land on county -" I enter the championship meet this: and director of its as'rophyElcal observatory and from $8.000to $12.000 an-I class tea" cr, apvvartU Lu a bit of a : horses to scare and.:caused numerous j, ',"

I ,road. only three ad.. _t.' $l$J per year. -R. II. Hall and wife of Miami to determine tie exact ei- nually for continuous operation. e&nl te. When she bAd cleared it she accidents We lash at sash-a thinjg

<;* acre.parc&awr Use-fifth. Srmlnole cash Realty balanc Company to cult, I stopped over for a few days while lent to which weather. epenls uponnoitr pending' on location. found quite t number of other ribbons today for where it the aorta to scare ; : 't> -

Inc. X19 Ftrit Mreeu Z-2T tfo.FOR WEST' PALM BEACH-Two hundred -: passing through Fort Myers to visit changes. i Pointingout that duringtha ?a. were woven into the leading U f!;.> paper* .

SAIJC pedtgrMd. wlre-h alred Fox dollars fine, thirty days In jill: relatives in Everglades.J The- sun's heat. Pr A'>b" believes i I two and a hall years, oa the whole. one. On each o' l1.eeu was a small A\LJ our children greatgrand- I .: _

I terrier pupa,-S months *>ld Two malt and revocation of hid permit to drive: governs the eaitus UK pi:a'ure and the solar heat appears to.have been gift of the cl fe* to &QW tile lo>e and children find the- automobile as I ,

t $5ebO JAde.earI! Tw Ntplea.female FIa.2115Cc.a.oo earn. CyPTWM -. next six months has been Imposedan It. .Wheeler baa returned from ramfill and a change it must modify I I continuously below normal )'. Abbot 'appreciation of the class: for her acaree- all the horseS Ja new as a .;:--

automobile this city during the' a business trip to the east coast and,' these. The astrophysical abserva-;I said that of late months the tendencY good work in the paxt. This was the moans vf lovomotioa? \\)o van telL : .

4 TWO beautiful brick homes being upon E. W. Cook by Judge Harry, says ho can appreciate Fort Myers tory began with the problem in 1903. to rise has become apparent, so tha 1 1I Iit last class meeting Mrs. Enochs will i It another naarter century MT rqads, J ';;

... built in Glenboro Grove. See \\alter -. Hauck more since his return. commencing to observe solar radiation I seem likely that higher values attend as she leaves soon for her may &c useless and all traffic take to J. r.
of municipal court. In passing '
I '., Jl. Kaune, Realtor* the sentence Judge. Hanck'declared!i Washington but tho impure I soon will prevail agaIn.DurIng I,home in KentuikyAfter th, air. ''

-Mr. and Mrs. Harts Pcuterbangh atmosphere here reressttateO its re-i the past year the institu- the re&hTcenU Were served In meanwhile the dir tench S ,
[ FOR TUAUK-1M acre* Und fur a rood be Ig determined to put a stop to men I : it
I automobile bee Auto 'chaDK8J.. L.Ji of Mactaaw, 111, who have been moval. The Institution now maintainotmerr -*'I J[lion has received from its Arizona each one took leave with a heart In evi'leuce and all roa-ds and fraffic !!, -- -
driving automobiles here while drunk. ,
I cUfton. 1-l- tc'Oil I spending several winters fishing In tt utiflona at Mount llarqtiatiala ![and Chile stations each day a report mingled with pleasures l and regret laws are made with regattl to the. a ;

p .ii, .' SALE:-Lumber and material la -. I Florida left for home in th'ir car *" WtAri'nwh'Ieh has been con- fot' solar observations of the day pr motorcar and not with the, boric or f ,
'. warehouse butldurf. corner' Jackson JACKSONVILLE-.-Intensive efforls his' mornlns.William tno6nsly( occupiedaIne- October cedmsr These have been made the 1 W.\}>S Of AAL1MJLESi airplane in view. -
: and Day Streeta; to be taken down and will be made In Florida during Health I i I I
-- moved at one*. Apply U. U. Mrltxutn. i t 192ft. and on'Mount Jlontezuzru. uear- basis of foreeaots' [or the temperature -
I"F".suc.r Week-May 1-8-to awaken the pco- Dtlving anti Porter Vi ly lO.O feet high and about 12 miles I i of New York City for several i An -a.id inches, be- wily A CiT LA>U> OX) IIS FEET J

i; FOR.SJLU -Tw. tra good ,lavestmcnt Weotthstttttothe' Importance of Eastman will return to their home in from Calanta In the nitrate 'desert'o!I I days in adtence. ?Mathematical methods. i.eveJ to be the first ft its kiwI, has

Jtouica.tbe One. house right Jl\bf biwiaesaccClon child health: ja l announcement New' York tomorrow morning after Cbl1 I Dr. Abbot said show that these ber* erected ia I'atiUchbschturni. Professor It. Magnus of the TJai- 1 t

Turner-, and other Liecter IBM Room than 2,,U-on *Bldg-oat. by Mrs. Laurie Jean Reid director, spending the winter in Florida and Two'additional first-rate stationsare I forecasts "indicate some degree of AnstrU. by the State Railway IN versity of Utrecht Holland' bam discovered 1.

-- -.- fjetoa of the child welfare bureau of the enjoying the fishing. desirable: Dr. Abbot b U.lv... atwelt II real provision bated'on the solar observations object is !;',. 'fic i practical. It that the cat's abitiiy to .
FOR SALE-Corn.-r lot loO
,liendry street. Below fronting the marketfor state board of health. Mrs. Reid is sepat't dl points in'clotidleaa leglcns even to five days in advance has been ii'ted with recc-diag instrn- change the direction of its body while ft

ten day We are now on a trip through the state in -T:. D. Gorby ltt yesterday morn- where1 winter! observations :' A continuation of this workis meats, but also It vcH s nJ out warnings falling is entirely'. mertotakat. or -

,'. Turner. and Lester. Ilcom lnl1IItp. connection with plana for the observance ing in his Velle sedan for his home in might be'more favorable Pue:to lack':I intended : H'lCa.T.lsai.h.e'* 'jreaten ratlcx action that tte cat perfermsunconsciously. -'

A which contemplates celebrations. heeling, W Va. Mrs. Goiby, who"ha Just as we close our ,

.A LOT-C barcaln rfter at Uaitr.1.:
Wood Company : $ i.I.3te i as their central thought child! health Rlrerrtew with her hvsbaud will return I t j I our direction' according to Popular \ -pc.

FOR RENT I flan and projects, >ar>tn! with' the later by train, AND TROWELS OF GOO The body of awomatt b being Selen. Monthly for >lv" This dis r

I needs and objectives of different localities -- brought'here'from Moore-Haven this cover.wa$' made as. a rvsnTt, ( per- .

ion RENT 6 room unfurnianed bouse i to better safeguard the health -other winter visitors who returned NEW YORK. April 3.hat bo- dignitaries! and an inscription of the evening for burial In the Fort Styen formiuK&e experiment a U3 a cat : -

-i In ,st Fort Myerm. Apply Poin etU& I of children to their homes yesterday comes of gold trowels a after use at event reveal workmanship of a high cemetery No other particulars from which he had removed the.abil't, -

Cats a-U-Uc. 1 werej7. T. Jenkins of S"raeco. Sh. cornerstone layiags. or of silver picks order aud would make theia prized had been learned by Mortician Engelhardt. ity to perform conscious actions by : ian

I 'FOR RENT-four room house with bath TAMPA :Leaders'I in" the business .; : Mary Cummings. of Colum and shovels after being used'la break among collectors. operation on the'brain. !

t'- Apply oo tlelunaa to Mr. Webb Mreet., Sit flf.us tfoople per nonth.street world of thli'cltr stet elated ever bus 0..-avd'Mr. and Mrs W H. Sls- ground for borne new fane or public As proof sentimental. worth : !1

I 4.1-3tp.FOU .. I plans' announced' bythe' Atlantic worth; of Nichols, N. Y work* These commemorative tools jewelers report that gold trowels usedat OFFICIAL JUDGES IN CHARGE OF CLOSING PRESS'CAMPAIGN '

i B EVT-Fnrntahed room to genUe- i Coast Line railway:company to beginas I almost invariably end up in the ar- laying of cornerstones of churches SATURDAY NIGHT I
t j man'lInl_,, tit Larcbniont a"enue. : soon' as' possible construction of -H.- a English Mrs. K. U Solo- Cliieves or strong rooms of the institutions are usually afferward with the

\ I Phon Z1 .-*-i.., i new freight and passenger yarda. Won and Mrs. Fisher were over from concerned. where they are old communion sets. Sometimes In a L. SE'VELL BANli,OP FORT'MVERS :

.' I 10'0" RENT Furnished apartmeat. shops and other. improvements atUcet Alva yesterday doing some trading carefully preserved. say manufacturing cases ot establishment which, outgrow .u -
,J Summer rat. tit Lee atJ'ML *., Just'eut or Gary. The 'new in town Mr. EagUgh is one of the Jewelers la answer to 'questions a first expansion an have oet- EARL BOBBETT-SECR&TARA REAL' BOARD')

: 'i IO..JtENT-LIgbL. Jaoufbeptng facilities It i ia said, will eliminate progressive pioneer citizens of that arising since Mayor Hylan recent'yused casion to solemnize a' second cornerstone CHAS H. JENKINS-CASHtER-LEE COUNTY BANK -

: room. Summer rates UK Manreertrttts I more than 75 per cent of the freight community. silver to turn the first earth the first trowel Is used again I

4 I j.J-3tl'o. and paauzae'r'' traffic now crossing for a new subway division. reinToke1 the blessing it seemed to With these well known and highly-respected citizens of Fort

I.'; -- foil RUNT-Kurnl.h.<1 4 room apart- II the city and will do 'away with present Earle E. Jones of the Sanford the Jeweler say these Implements 'de tare bestowed originally Myers in charge of the close f the campaign and the tabulation
He called by
Herald is here.
- .. -- inent about April 20th. No children tralficcongestIoa at a large number was laze could scarcely be thro"n'altde of votes, tvery candidate is assarM of a fair and square deal .
. t' : Cottage Street.. 4-1-Jtp. in addition other serious illness of his father. C. C rrall'e .
:4 :KOI of crossings to or melted up again their material A 2.000000 gold vein ina
I Jones who was operated on for appendicitis. The final count willbegin promptly t'the candidates have -
: rooms advantages to Tampa. and artistic as well as sentimental rock under the ruins of the Chateau
? Very: nice by
". : FOB I'eek'or RENT month.- 24S Lea7St. ,1-lCtfc Mr. Jones la recovering value being too high. de Macheconl. one of Gilles de La turned in their last votes. The ballot bor will then be'in chargeof
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I .:SARASOTA-city council.has passed nlcelr doctors state. A gold trowel for all it has butafew val'a (Bluebeard) strongholds has the Judges -

: : -1 ,1oaIuNT-Jtooma" at *OS S.OO8t X2tto.FOn ... an ordinance to authorize enlargement brief minutes'ot actual use coats been discovered. Ont of the misdeeds Campaign closes promptly at 7 o'clock Saturday night April
I extension" and reconstruction -John E. Bateman. the Saint Pet which .ia
as much as $1.500. according to the weighed most heavily fourth 1925. -
<. ; :. RE.T--Stor* on Blake rtref John|I and ersburg-Fort Myers developer is'getting '
\V1. ,of the electric plant ot this city, price lists. Silver trowels command his trial for sorcery was the manufacture
: F. EarUeaon 8t. Fort Mytr l, ot
_e sal* Groctry Company. -Z>tc.|,to provide funds for the purpoaJ by ready to open his Fort Myers |150; a ver- I&ted. $10. A pick or of gold" which the. baron

- -_ issuing $350,000,worth of bondj. Dat flee on Hendry street.. A handsomegoldleaf'sign shovel fashioned out of solid silver together with an; Italian alchemist NOTICE ADVERTISERS :
-
-* ; BENT r oma ty dar or
XJR the
.- : ,> Two blocks from1 fo t*oftlcev rlid s for* the election I .when the freeholders ;was placed on would stand any committee on openIng was accused of making with the bloodot ,

'end atreet. comer of Garrett: J-56-tfc. may vote on. the proposal has been window yesterdayS day' arrangements! a good ISM SCO vlctlmi as the' chief Ingredients. All copy' for advertisements for the Fort Myers Daily p

- FOR KENT-F rnl hed aparttaent call fixed for May 7. even a plated tool costs $150. Press should be in the office not later than ten o'clock on Mondays :
at SM Fowler itreeC 50tp T, Jones who works at car r
p Though the metal itself'might be '
pcntering In Fort Myers has tilt Tuesdays Wednesdays, Fridays and- Saturdays ForThursday's -
national beverage of seed from which cigarette -
the' ,
Tel. heart Tobacco
FOR RB.NT-Bunitalow ftc. roomst reclaimed. Jewelers say, not so -
1 fuirlsbed all mod- Walker. lath ,on the new home he is paper .it should be in the office' not later than f -
and toatu completely Southern Abyssinia Is distilled from work the best of these souvenirs tobacco' Is grown, Is 10' tiny that a
era conveniences. Carafe until PeeemI the river.. It will bea. 8 o'clock in the morning and\preerably' on Wednesday-
building across
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ber .. 1t5VOs I16.. Fort JoIyer. wild honey and ia similar to the mead represent The chased work aad engraving Ingle tablespoonful will produce
: ." 2-li-Itp of the ancient Saxons. stucco Job. Mr. and Mrs. Jones the latter giving names of j jElvangelisit plants enough to cover ten acres. ning. Copy conur-ff in later than these hours can only be.aei
jI and runlly'eIPfct to spent part of ----,-- ._ insertion the
I cepted subject to possible on following d3j& :.
WANTEDWANTED I 5OT1CK.AM the summer at their old home at west where mea rule by right and
Interested hx tM admmltrAtton *- Uses 1 I ,
persons. of the U.te of W. H. N t.nippwflru French Lick. Ind. the law takes its own course. It Is I THE FORTMYEFS PRESS ;
TO RENT--Koom In private *. notice that -on the ntb Oar "Home" Subject f
homo by *enU nen to he hew, Perm- 1 ot Mar. UZi.at 1' o"cJoclf"A. ML, I willpreaenl'oU I I crowned with action to thrill .one romance '
i anentIy.Address BoZ2OlcareFOrt Aly- account and other matters .- John'W. Walsh, former owner of -
? *r* **"**". ;- 4.I4tp. connected with .the' administration .t : hotel in East Fort Irena to enthrall one and mystery w-- J
;\ I aid estate to the Uon.' N. U, STOUT. the Bridge' Evangelist Shuferd Jenkins appeared enough to'tingle.the-blood and make f '
u .j IW ANTED- o borrow *l0ijjSlf'm'provemenU Countr Jodr'of Lee County. Florida at who'has been in Baltimore lid,. and I I' i:
, for 1 years.act'To50Ti' ; fcto OffW in'.th* Court UOHM in Fort other points north for some months at the' big ,gospel tent last it ruth through the veins
on cloe ia mall ?; Florida' and ask for "Home."
vace Lee County. night and preached on The
'gort'Myer 4-8-ltp. a Xmal dMK-harg- snob juJmtnUrtratlok. came back: to Fort Myers yesterdayto I' : t.
; tlStreet. *
Bf AnPBai8 WANTED At A!P listened eagerly.. At the Btdd,1",
J '- aeat- and room 1',00 business interests Suaday and Welcome :
Good tJStfc.WANTEIVTo AdralnWratrlx Ert. W. 14. N Knapp. of some Cause Oscar's DownfallMoonshine : f. j -
of I
per week. ;Ir Iclu 122VflP'l1.2." .a,- 1-5- conclusion of his sermon scores ,
d6wn to the
flocked
lfl&- Christian people
ln wn lo- CARD TIIAMiS
trade W"y OF .
-. MUd lot for ood car. Address Box front to offer spedal prarera, for"this

;XYZ car Press "*- We do heartilr thank each andtt.ryouethat'Was particular1 campaign. The cam- the'air in' Safety and Hill gunpowder last might tainted'and The Rsbe 0. Wilkinsoa Post No. g .J ; .

J TV ANTED To buy a retrtptator. and HENRY ,C.:. COOPER so kind and helpful pa'ga is growing in interest dally
BOX a negro by name of Oscar Tentlon
,umlturttAddrna t ,
: 01t ; .' of Home is world of strife shutout '
gplyFSKNtINQ funeral oar
the
toui't1iTOugh' took a t+iot officers ,state

,GOOD shelled road to Glenboro Seminole Realty Co. darling daughter and wife Clara and a' world blossom,ot' of love which shut Heavfen In; HomeIs 1* [pump.8UD loaded, with 'wtthal i
J. CarrkwayN. the 38:1
Mrs. A.
Mr.and shei i
shot at woman. Although
..: i _Grove. See Walter B., Kaune, the fruit; home U the only spot on. a negro ;
jj4'C Realtor., v .Jnc, ,, _. K.:Andrew, earth where the faults aDd failure yelled'at tilt top of her voice, think-1 e :1:1Exteiith
and : she had Joined the ranks of the!
. Messrs.'.InTestorTb iSpecnlator 15 CIRCnT COURT 1% AND FOR LEEr of fallen humanity are hidden under lag
looy WANTED_Applyit6-J. G. Mc- yy0adtOm0ueyak5ce.': ('UI3nTT. 8TVTF OP FLOJJIDJL. dear' departed no bullet holes: w.rej :
_C- ICHASCEKT.. the mantle of charity; home Is
Cr07 tOS First Streetl2tP, directly.to:tne,* Eyerythlnr'! otter -fc TCLU FOR DIVORCE the father's kingdom the' children' found In her anatomy
a K. : SESSlSHEADlEE. Complainant Oscar r was arrested and his ,- v,
-- has the stamp.H gun -
: ,\ IPR: 1 iI j ,' yotf' have' ahythlar., ood ,let B- .J*- HE VPLlSST Defendant.-' -;- .. paradise the are mothers tie world t d" best; home and is i, confiscated. Bis. case will come up I '. a cordial welcome to .all e -Sel'\i emetr'to -

T' met handle':ltforS'yo.' and, then ilT-'APPEARIXO by AIJtdavtt filed lath where yon for trial before Judge Magaha, la, the attend its meetings held the U -and thirdMondays' '.,;:,;; r
: tU s above styled cause that th* resI.lencS where grumble ,moat. 'Are_some I
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aSrfSKSSSr watch',results. I Let's gotBuilding" of B. 3. Headlee te BUkdutone VlrcftnA. ,'of rOD Jenkins sentence sermons I Cdtcourr tomorrow.Oscar I of each month at the Legion home on ,'.
:j L. J-IHt. that be U Ute eaendant in UM above Mrr doesa\ want Iny more of lower Broadway. -
t Ved cause; that tkera to 110 PrB In brand'ofT : ,
> flgttlng moonshineat
that ,
;. .. and Ih'. tlck- the stat of Florida ervfcw of tubr>o ia 'I I '
IIT .
.-1D&Je JL.ztf '. upon whom wauM bind the said Detkbd- 'Beyond Bord& -- least for the_present. Visiting Legionnaires t, ,
i. the t ;
Defendant ee.r
Construction ant; that the caU !
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I In 'F. t 1 age ot twtnt7.One Tears; IT IS THIWE13 Is alThnUer': : : are urged to renew membership 1925 with ": ,
lad. TAI
eor.s tIre' POM ORDERED: that mM rvef enc1aJLt Ar9YINTER PARK .e '
: ..! sew p.--.Goodyear Cadillac II CO ; I'ar andRepairing1 be. and he I* hereby required to appear this Pest in Dixleleiul
r-: .T'L: jiyere. to Monday.the Bill AprU at tth Complaint X. IL. HSi on or othrrwlMU Mtor I The most popular .cowboy on the] I Ievery state lathe, Ucion.(; ':; j--- tc

. : alleKatlon* o( the4 Bllt will bethiten screen 'will again make hIs 'bowt \VTXTSR PARK! Apra :3, -'Eraie l "
r. Aprtl.tInt" l ) l as confciewd by ORDEREH the sail drfeafant.That thUOrd the' people of Fort- Myers Burke *Ddt b-la Macon (Oa.)- Peaches DroP'in at the Pre& office and'a. for Geddel1r., ;- :
aooa S IT IS FURTHER
'1 teu1 oa..u ,SEEThe .r,"be-published la the Fort MrcnPreaa Carey westenrstar with the.' 'Uarrij of the1 South Atlantic League have post commander;, or: for Isetey,- the adjutant at, :: -
Ivyi
,- =' -:: published, a u Ja wEoapr LOS county of K ,aeral Ftorkl circulation- I lion:of a hard-riding {wo-gua arrived here and begun their spring the Franklin Hardware 'Co.They'll be, mighty ,,. T: ;; -

WetG&I& c. w, ,t-J--'i Fort Myers Build IXJNB AND OBDE31KD AT Fort ot ty..nl. be seen aittfc.Ro1&ll training. Several exhibition game pleased to meet yoa.I -

: ',I inHd Real Estate Ilycrs, Florida 1fl&on the. -ith d 7.o FfcbSCAD -- Airdome Theatre Ia ,have been arranged for the visitors. ._ f:. .
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{,ANIOUS- rnery_ ";:A. '; S. P. -"' Borde .- : I Next Monday they will play here, : ,. ', 1' :

_- "s'. = -- ________________ BMH Haines OH*:-TU.J ''-; OU"LL ,wEI1c.E AT MgI'Ui c.f .:-"

i : $gpJW*&? r wfcrga to &*** IstA Rr.,=vla; --. --- -: .a-.i). ._-, p.1 -.t.U'.... -,_

". ".' ( -,' ., J.* &.'J 9*'S .H.Court la.' cowards, who lived out Ia the great Petersburg and Lakeland for fames j - ---U -, .- '" ,-,

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,, < ,. THE FORT mRS PRESS: FORT 3ITEJIS.: FLORIDA FBID.IT .AFTER OO! APRIL'S. 1925 ,,

! ;:r.t : : : with has entirely disappeared. averred -! bon September 2, IS66 In I London where inches: have to be ; :'

4t d1- Versatile Berton Braley Stars on COurt' the lecturer "and the reason Is I Ireland was educated in his I taken into consideration whenever ., '

; : :: \ Also Versed "Vittles" I Y that tightlaced corsets are no longer i country and. later,at Rome Leugh.1 i any building U being done. I }J ;
t! innovation In the com- :
,, ,:" worn by the young women of today to America In 1892. His first : Another !:
li te a moat versatile writer. However who are Interested In keeping their for hU denomination was at pressed furniture line U'"sixtn- ;
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,; \ contrivance which Includes a !
writing Is not his only Went I S5 1I health I gustine where he became assistant one"
To 4e .- nd to the practical-he at the cathedral soon after his arrival -I folding bed. washstand chest of ;
is also an excellent "Flivver" driver !:! therePinched drawers mirror, shoe rack and space ; .-.
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and a connoisseur of good food. I to place the bedding when the bed U
i the only talent of which he 'ROUND FLORIDA .
: boasts U one about which the By Tae AsemfatedTg.ssiTALLAHASSEE i for Space ti i i iI not made up. y
He modestly t
public has admits never that beard.he can bake I London Adopts Bunks|i iI The Island t. Formosa ia the ,...

.- t: apple' better than probably any t Gordon Mays. : I South i iI : Paciflc possesses the highest :
I1 world Moreover, Judge of DeSoto county court has
; else In the '
10MD00Dbe i nl one* wife agrees with him. been designated by Governor Martinto I LONDON April 3.-The demand for!I;sea cliffs la the world. .
':d'c.. v Perhaps you are one of those JS preside In Glades county court !I living space' in London is so acute]; f'
bake an apple that bunks, above the sim-i I The ancient Romans used wire
who think that to one other
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beginning April 1* in the trial of seT-: .
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...'.; -' .i : .' rtei you Just.-well, bake tl! To bring ,y. .'r erf t eral cases In which: Judge E. C. liar to those, aboard ships and which I ropes and regulated'the water supply
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:{ ', ; come of the boy who wanted to be to full perfection the Juicy richnessand Home is disqualified. fold up out of sight when not in use. in their homes by: means of bronze .;
-.;1 '"s Presld nt?. the delicate flavor In a baked of have been installed in some of the ': plug valves similar to those we use i ;.
13 real art. How much I
.::t y'A The"motle, '.nd the flappeMhelkera apple art U is could appreciate v A newest flats in the crowded City of today. :
you
< an ; a .+...rS NKW SMYRNA-Free range of cattle :
: "7 seen to hare oC t
: ; diverted youth1 better if you were to taste one .
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' '..:. !.: '4:: ambltltlon! from the White House to Berton Braler* baked apples. Theyare I kdy A in Volusla county: would be stopped ::: =
under of -
= the Movie Studio., real creationworth of epoet. i Y provisions a county-
la his recipe: YlW <'' wide no-fence law which the legislature .:,
', t' While' the statement Ilarry Raft, Here t $ A yI Furnished House | : -
., :-,- hetra Baked Apples will be asked to pass during Its
-Goldwyn executive, that every 1
:: new production must have at least Core eight apples. Fill centers : ... session beginning next week. Civic i
tF L2 New '''fire ? large lot good neighbor- = .
-; 0118' Dew ""face" !fl echoed by almost with U cup Crisco creamed with x organizations In several places In ; pace, .,
I FC'3 3 brown sugar. Put ft dab of I ky the county have placed themselves .:
all 'studio. head here every producer % cup of each apple. Cover = hood, East Fort Myers. $3,000.00. $750.00 | 1 :
top
butter on i behind the movement to bring about
likewise .reiterates the act that the bottom of pan with water. Bake enactmnt of th law.JACKSONVILLEAfter, cash, balance like rent. This is a snap. 1 .
chance are 1.000-to-l against the M in moderate oven until apples are ;,AxP' Ly u,
movie asplrant.< soft and spongy all the ,war by byyFwa "
Margaret Livingston., star' of "The through. Serve apples either hot a prolonged i SEMINOLE REALTY CO., Inc. | "i'
Chorus Lady after three. years of or cold with whipped or plain illness from diabetes the Rev.

'" climbing from the extra.ranks and $5 cream.N.o.r. vtd Father Michael Maher D. D.. !Is dead I 230 First Street ;
''written' more than here at the age of 58.. He was pastorof =
a day-some days!-said a few Interesting rnderi e.sy ."Mate free a see
HAVING poems. hundreds of ...., the Church of the Immaculate Conception
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many :years.
.-., that every jnovle-struck youngster toofcs. Burton Braley Is considered i it 1 Ver YTw Com L : 7
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,who dreams 'of chanting; her ,
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name: to Gloria Plckbanks: or his to t for coming to America there' more lion a great tharacterlsation: -thene 'h f
Cecil Valenbeery should heed: opportunity here are lost in 'an effort to Jam into a t
- "Personality the: greatest asset movie a lot of sets people and elements toeet Mister Curnack. tar forward BLOOM

1 J' of the movie .-aspirant. Develop it in THE APACHE TRAIL.. ... o .. ..eo. that might have fitted well ) m this seaaon'a University of Pennsylvania A SCARCITY OF t :
r. yourself but remember- What thrills what romance, what enough into the original book that! basketball team. Carmack .

: "Gaining a bearing lathe most dif color this phrase ,evokes1', in every took six hours to read but which rate position a* In one the of east the beat and men rank at well his is showing in many groves in the state. In many cases, it is the natural ;:

Rt_ dealt. thing !la Hollywood mind! Over this trial formerly the I won't do for a sixty-minute movie.I' up_the i llxt_/ndivkluallsseoring. result of reduced applications of fertilizer during the spring and summer : 1 i
"Without a year and plenty of ground of those famous Indian Mr. Ince talks interestingly of the
hunting of 1924. or the use of formulas carrying insufficient ammonia to give i
j money to devote to the task the bat- warriors of the past a great' "early days" when movies were, focused bino rats of the same brood and fed the trees balanced food. ,.
f % Cjis:; bound to prove hopeless, Entry Remnants of the upon one big situation or served a ,
story will be filmed. one on crusts and the other on
:: into the studio is next ImpossIble. and When the old'crop is removed from the trees and the new fruit is i
to
,.
famous.tribe! will appear in the production to build Into a powerful theme crumbs from the centers of the same
t beautiful face and' a charming figure because of the limited footage of pic- loaves. .The rat that was fed on small growth on the trees'should be encouraged. The summer application !
: may'attraet the producer's,_ The Apache Trail lies In the Superstition tures in those days only the essence crumbs reached normal size at ma- of fertilizer is particularly im portant for this purpose and an early I '

>, if you can get him to'look] at 'OUI-I Mountains of Arizona, William that in getting away from this species turity and was Strong and sturdy, application is advantageous. I
but to Judge 'by the waiting lines at, K. Howard brilliant Paramount of each story was filmed. He believes while the other remained scarcely

t- the studios dally, there must be at: directors, and his company, including of specialisation the movies have larger than a mouse and. was weak IDEAL BRANDSare I
:. least 200,009 beauties In ,Hollywood! Noah Beery and Jack Holt have just alienated many tans who are forcedto and puny. Repitition of the experiment :

:. ;- : You have a chance true: but there departed for this location. Zane endure distorted versions of books on other rats brought alwaysthe now being hatched and cured in large quantities for this application :

f> ; .':c;., .are all the'chances that mean failure Grey's "The Light of Western Stars" and plays which could never possibly same result.Fashion and will be ready for early distribution. The assistance of a member of
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' ; ,. against! that one of winning fame and will be the subject of this successorto be faithfully reproduced in a concen-
will
staff for selecting the brand be given.
our cheerfully
proper
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fortune. If you do come to Hollywood the previous western melodrama trated movie. i
r ,' ''take the Boy'Scouts motto and -'BePrepartedV i
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I ""i made' by this trio-The Thundering Points Way

I :'Y'": .:'' '"Women's "clubs welfare societies, Herd.O ." Crust of Bread Found While i\I. D. Talk Wisely Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer CompanyIdeal
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,... the various screen guilds and the organlzatlon ;'E CAN of condensed book-six I To be Less Nourishing \
t ;::1i': of producers and! distributor hours into sixty 'minutes! I LONDON, April 3.The tight corset I Fertilizers t:
k' **.are -warning'' young men and That's what the movie have been Making children eat bread crusts lias,disappeared and will never come Jacksonville Florida \ I
1) -' .' ., women to lady carefully the problems Branding themselve according tc may be a useful practice from an economical back because*dence has declared Fort Myers Branch Office and Warehouse, F. S. BALLENTINE, Mgr. ; f fi

s'T'...-; ,and 'obstacles ? beror .leaving Ralph Ince noted-director ,who. sees standpoint, but the time- against it, Professor. W. Dixon of i f
?,i. j: ';,; home on the long trek to movie,tame.Ij a trend. however back to the 'concentrated honored belief that the crusts possess Cambridge University asserted recently fq
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: I ." and highly specialized melodramas better dietary qualities than the center In a lecture under the auspices r
!a'" ;"CL'TE'KJ .that first took the movies of the bread seemato have scant of the People's League of Health. -

'That's; what-:'the..tars'' the, Para out of the:nickelodeon'stage,Into the basis in fact. This was revealed in 'Twenty :years ago the London hospi-
.. .sphere of'the picture! palaces." tome Interesting experiments Just 1 tale were visited! !regularly by great;
mount call' Betty+>Branson the I-
lot; "
: "Movies: 'are becoming the watched completed by Prof. Koscoe Hart Shawf numbers of .girls and_ women'snffer- '.:
did"Peterran"3tlgiar
& > Dew'UtUe..tar who -
<'TJ.i T't.n the cute pot' of entertainment" Ralph told as, the American Institute of Baking lug from anaemia most of .them .
:: acute.story'on
"There is'en attempt to put too many says Popular Science Monthly for workers in factories and offices. \
' '. .* Noah.Beery, ,agent favorite .of any one ingredient. A' big stua-! ",May.Professor Shaw took two young al- doctors of those -days had to contend
:i\t\ 4ir : ,,\here,' greeted her. ;,..one.morning,with!! a TRAFFIC MAKES VALUES !
i'Tr '!'i.t, "Hello* ;; Peter: &"au.1't ,-' : -- ------ -- -
{ :. .' -"On, Mr. Beery signed .Betty .:. t,
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.,-f,' ; ; 'I've been'Peter "'much3' I ."
f. :-" and I do wantto .grow up, even 'if '
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:t. 1;. ., Peter dIdnV Do You Know The Ballard Road is To Be The Connectr'-- I '.

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'; 9 100 popular oolta.were.taraed down .
t miami Trail For Through Traffic? i
f'.:: Sc: by.his organisation producers and '.. .j f

;"' '-' 'distributors-last-year.' .They "weren't .. : .;. > .. :t
:< ..right," he says. Now,comes the Writ -: : :. > .
< \1. ";':: ers'Club of.Holly wood,. ',Mr,. Alfred 'Weeks Ago We ,Announced a / DO YOU REALIZE? V ; .; t 1 ,
:" Oaten J broadcasting,,who says that 1600 ,- :i''"
stories"wer. turned down by producers : !
6 NATIONAL BISCUIT DEMONSTRATION
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