The Fort Myers press
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Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 6, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: UF00079929:00083
 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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s PALM BEACH TO VOTE 1 Hazel As Diggers Switch Find Vindicated Water FORT MYERSVAS i \i I I| Clings For to Knickers Last JourneySEVEN DR.f GRADY( LEARNS 1 i'i'!MISS AVA BARFIELD ; l lI


ON$990,000BQNDSOt1MAY12T$ ROAD 6.-PROEDLITZ.The people of Czechoslovakia.Proedliu no longer April THIRTYSECOD1 IN ,I-De Barri OAKS crawshay.Kent. a En laad:;.. April owner 6. OFH HIS!; SUPPOSED i I WINS ESSEX COACH 1

: doubt the efficacy of the diviningrod I who died recently at Rogefield near ,

B I as a means of locating water under FIRE WASTE CONTEST J here made provisions in his last, DEATH BUETTEKKelcrn '( ,i '

the surface of the earth. They teetasMBt that he should be dressed MISS\ DENHAM THE

I have had a demonstration, they aver, I In his favorite Knickerbocker: suit 1 t. FORD'I

County' Calls Election to Vote which U conclusive. and his body cremated. The will read: .r c.
! $110,000 For Fort flyers Badly In need of a water supply With This Maudlnlr.tOIUC Cities I! -I direct that I be dreaded in my from Colombo Ga.: Where
Palm Beach Boulevard three years ago the town employed ('. S. Insurance Rating j f I knickerbocker suit and outing slloee.I Attended C rt'n of PRIZEINNERS OF FORT MY ERS PRESS CIRCULATION ;

Helnrirh Otte a local expert with the May Loner I that] I be laid upon a sofa as if asleep Optometry CAMPAIGN : 1-j

The County Commissioner of Palm divining! rod,. to locate a well. He did and that I be cremated in this costume I This is to certify that we the undersigned have acted as ; -

Beach County last Wednesday authorIzed so. but a shaft 90 feet deep gave The fort M>ers Chamber of Commerce I and the ashes placed: in the Returning last night from Colum- judges and have verified each report of all contestants .

the calling of an election to rote nothing but dry soil and the project was awarded thirtysecondplace same receptacle as those of my wife." 3oatheastera:'... Ga.. where Congress he attended of the' y, throughout the campaign and find the final count to be as follows -

bonds for the completion, the new waa abandoned. The town managedto In Class Four la the National :Mr! Crawsaay also set forth that he surprised : t "
road from Belle Glade on the Southeast get along until this winter when I desired that no one wear block or Dr. H. W. Grady was greatly ; J'
Inter-Cbamber Fire Waste of in his mail VOTES ,
Contest to End a communication -
tide of Lake Okeechobee to the existing supplies became so scant any dull color at all. as mourning First
I Prize
Essex Coach x'Second
( Miss :
) Ava Barfield .
that 1924: the detailed results of which from the alumni association of: . 5345,900 ;
Hendry County Helnrich again called in. He him He left
line three or four was tor an estate valued at
miles beyond Clewlston This makes 'I walked about with. his divining rod. have Just been made: public. j!.$125.000 Emory college from which he wash : Prize (Ford Touring Car) Miss Irene Denham 4,071,600 -.i.Jt '
graduated asking him if be could give Third Prize (Radio Set) b I". . ,
provision for the as
completion of the passed over the old well. Two hundred end I
i t Fort Myers : the sixtyfivecities.. I! :any particulars[ of tbe death of H. W. Fourth Prize ($:.OO in Gild) Miss Verdie Langford. 3,433.000 .
Beach Boulevard and if story goes, tbe hazel switch was I '!
representing four classifications .
I : arranged -ICAiPI'3N Trady a former! student of that college -'[ Fifth Prize ($25.00 in Gold) Mrs.\ J. F. Tatum . 2,534,400 .,
everything moves forward as rapidlyas actually pul'td out cf his hands. on a bts-'s' of population were I : ,
possible this road may be complet-J Town workmen went to the bottom entered in the contest: which U con- 'J 0 llPluE I Ii i I Sixth Prize ($15.00 in Gold) Margaret Bondurant 1,787,600 f. .
I ; Dr Grady that he will reply In
ed In time to provide a direct outlet I lof the old shaft dug down BIX feet ducted Jointly by the Called; States' says SIGNED j

to Palm Beach before the end of the I' more, and found an abundant supply.lARGEST Chamber of Commerce and the National 'i r the words of Mark Twain that The i CIIAS. L. JENKINS ', .
I E JI'S ,,1011I report i Is much xapgerated!!: and I amtvery f eF
coming tourist season fire Waite Council. LIIlr y t nH I EARL K. BOBBITT
| much alive: Emory col: ,e':'e was ;
The following story of the meet in?. The THi* '! .tor 1921' went Indian I I C. L. SEWELL
to at Oxford Ga., at that bat has been
and what the I
about roads la from commissioners the Palm Beach did BUSINESS! apolis. which oleo. was winner" in class i I NOrl BEING PUT ON removed: to Atlanta. f :

Times of last Wednesday one dtfca -J.e. cities having more I The congress of optometry was held The subscription campaign of tbe i 1

Expressing themselves! in favor of I than ItMMJfepopQlation. The routerup I I March 3tth to April 4th. There were I Fort Myers Press is over. The big
wider IN HISTORY II IN f ft in tttpp class was Soringfield I I ten states represented of which! FIori STATE A WITHIN ITSRIGHTS f
I and safer highways In Palm I Mass. I I Be Sere That Tsaramt Is Ia The i da! stood h'gheat! ia aaaiber of prizes bare beea awarded the contestants 1
I Beach county the members of the
f Grady '.
The winner among class two cities Cco\n As Enoateratei BeioreIt : gates as she did last year. Dr. are happy even those who !
board of
session Wednesday county commissioners la the courthouse in I CITY CUT TODAY! was Fresno.' California. Hoboken New: I I* Tt* Late. was a member of the program com- iN SELLING? G did not even win the automobiles are '

Jersey, winner I mui.ee .
of 1923:
were a unit.in.favor of a proposal to contest, was II certain that everything was handled i;.
I second I The officers of the national association J
widen Dixie highway to not leas than i I Again we call attention to the inaccuracy in a satisfactory and square manner. ..
24 feet from Stuart to West Palm All hind et Offenses Punished In The winner among class three cities I of the census enumeration were were held present from and S-3 clinical i* lectures the"- SANDS ON REACHES{ Those who won the minor prizes .S: .

Beach and from West Palm Beach toj I ('if 1 Court by Judge :31aaha; was Fiadlay. Ohio. Battle Gr e&, ia this city. A determined effort is
morning to 10 o'clock at night.: These, only regret that they did not work a
I second
Boca Ratone, and to widen the Ocean i to be made by the Chamber of Commerce -

boulevard to not less than 30 feet I In pollee court this morning Judge The winner among cities of das I and the people of Fort Myers meetings post graduate are In courses the nature and are of small very Cratrcl; I.. Held By People( of little harder and get a few more sub-

from Jupiter to Stuart and from the E M. Mtgaha handed out a number of four was Albany. Georgia, with DiH- !to get a proper enumeration. From instructive t"lorJdatordiD I I scribers. On Saturday afternoon and g. :

Palm Beach inlet to Boca Ratone: fuses and sentences while a number lags Mont.. second. I I the information given out by the The meeting next year will be held To evening up to the time the contest ,.
County Engineer George O Cutler who had furnished bonds escheated Fire enumerator in this city the population LawTALLAHASSEE ended tbe
< prevention in th> cities entered at Asheville. N. c.WASHINGTON. several who were in the
was authorized by the board to secure them. The amount of fines and forfeitures I in the national: contest resultedin will not by any means show up lead were working and the last

descriptions of the properties 'I' in court this morning aggregated the saving of many millions of dollars as it actually' should. Representatives April 6. The envelop -

along both highways. When this> U, $31S. 0. which is said to be the worth of property in 1924 For of the Chamber of Commerce state of Florida is entirely within containing subscriptions and ;

done, the board will meet with Mr.t largest in the history; of this court. I II the entire United States the per'capita talked to thirty people ia succession i TO V W its rights ia selling, sand on the money to pay for them was deposited ;,
Butler and Frank Wideman. his at- Saturday afternoon and learned that .. In the ballot box by Miss Langfordat
I Percy M. Rice and R. L. Crews loss for the year was beach between the Jetties at the
torney, to make plans for a county- I were arrested on the charge, of unlawfully property 15.tO. For the tt ttie* ap-I'of this number only two had been l month of the Saint John's river and 6ii9: p. m. Others In the winning

wide bond issue, by which means the i possessing laraor and put np i tered la the contest the pet capita i seen by the enumerator DESIGNS DR WN FOR the city of Saint Augustine, it was rooght: fat envelopes in as late as

two project would necessarily be fi- a bond of |25 each which< they for- loss was $S.10, an appreciable decrease A call has been issued for you to R I stated here today in authoritative 6:55. Those winning the prizes demonstrated -

nanced. feited. from the preceding year. I send your name i iMo> the Chamber of quarters. Stepe have been taken that they were working at r

I Each of the five commissioners announced -[ Charles M. Powell was arrested for On hundred and five cities in the Commerce where,, the secretary will ROIISEVETCENOTiPFISite i nevertheless, it was said to prevent fall speed right up to the closing of

e that he has had the projectIn alley
mind for some time, and all declared /' also,, forfeited a $25; bond. are available reduced their property Do not delay in this( matter of importance. wh..1 The contract with tfft purchaser contains 7 p. m. the Judge, C. L. Jenkins ?
it the-biggest forward step the j W. II Burnsed and Charles Willis If the to this call is Earl K. Bobbitt and C. L Sewell
losses response cans-! >
I by approximately $ .009.- a providing: for the repair -
'," county could make in bettering Its i were charged with drunkenness and 060 ia 1924. although their aggregatepcpvlatioa what it should be it may not beaccessory of Monument Is South. of ; of any damage. opened the ballot box and began the
: roads. j were fined $25 and costs each which to have a complete House! In 1'uton.ac Fart couat. It required two hours of steady
increased canvas
by lA1'OO.Mt' >
;: The board of county commissioners i were pai<". Attorney General Rivers Buford efficient work to finish the count ; '
if have
so. the
above not seen
the preceding; five-refer average you enumerator -
authorized Attorney Wideman to pre- I Five men were arrested on a charge StonUr redactions in number at do not fail to gt your name intoCtamher NEW YORK, April 5.-The comple-I has not been asked for an opinionin and make: the rechecks a safe-guard
pare a notice for an election on the I of gambling and escheated bond of : Ution for the national monument to the matter and has given none itssiiin to insure that re jnjaUke!*bad been { __
deaths ) ot 'Comperes. Do it .
i injuries duet gp .
f proposed bond I issna of $990,000( for $10e .k.. Tbeaeylt&laare.RaiLEutledge : **' "* .W'!. > right BOW It means much to Fort Theodore Roosevelt In' fire riey at ;;*..- .....r'I'IlIrtenrtraateea **.*."All t1JIltr "tock orders were, is- '

special'road and bridge district 11., Robert Bryan. Tally Williams, Myers a* the number of people in Washington waa launched today, accordingly are fully backed up by opinions cued on the Fort Myers Garage"for

.. This Issue if voted, will be used. for Ceo Chfem and William Pierce. the city as given by this census will to an announcement. : made I that have been rendered by the the EaseL and on the Sykes & Hill i

building the 17-mile stretch of road t Ernest Mitchell was fined $%5ft for Tornado Kills Four determine to a great extent whetherwe by James: R. Garfield president of Supreme Court of the United Statesin Co. for the Ford and the winners of 1

from Belleglade to the Hendry county I running his car at night without are to got cheap insurance money the Roosevelt Memorial Association. general cases. the two chief prizes Jubilantly drove

line. and also for lateral and other lights The above arrests were made On The East Coast here within the near future. U is being held to select a designer I The general law, it was said, was their cars away Saturday night.

i roads in the county. by Officers Belyea and Hlaler.l We cannot afford from any point rather than a design, and the trus- that: ail lands In the navigable watersof The Fort Myers Press Is well satisfied "

I Ned Miles forfeited a $S9 cash bondon (By tile VrsvrtoUi Press) :of view to allow our city's population tees of the association have agreed : the state of Florida to ordinary; with the results of this cam-
a charge: of speeding. MIAMI April 6.-As a result of a to be listed with a shortage of to commission the winner to make I I1 high water mark is in all the peo- paign. We thank every one of the contestants .

TRAIL BlAZERS HAVE Ivy Price was fined $i for riding tornado yesterday four are dead nad I,everal thousand as it undoubtedly the definite plans for the monument j pie of the state and are termed sovereignty winners and losers alike for I

wheel on sidewalk. twenty injured. The storm came out 'will be if the enumerator's present Bight architects, six sculptors and j, : lands. Sovereignty lands. the valiant efforts they put forth, and j
D. S. Borland was fined $1 on the of the Everglades and struck West corrected. Do 'our landscape designers all of prominence I' Sovereign is the only authority that for their share in giving the Press its t
figures are not your
LARGE ATTENDANCE AT charge of unlawful parking. MJatai first, demoiishi&g battdtegs part in their respective field*. 'r can divest the state of title to these greatly Increased circulation. Always -., :
} Wilson Shuman was fined $i for I of the White Belt Dairy WOng Mrs. Tomorrow the three banks will have been invited to compete.'l I lands. When Florida belonged to ahead of any other paper In tbe trade t!

: running car without a muffler. Scanitc aged seventy. It rose and have pads on their counters and when The site of the monument is in Pos the king: had the right to gran: territory consisting of Lee Collier. ,

SECOND ANNUAL MEETINGTnO 5' Alfonso Freeman paid $5 on the struck next at Westwood near Little a patron of the bank: comes in he will mac Park, south of the White i|llaads J under navigable waters By the lendry.. Glades and Charlotte coun- f

same charge as above. River killing John Simpson aged be asked if be has been seen by the House and not far from the Washngton !time Florida was ceded to fie Tatted 'ies. the Press has, by this contest, soar ".
) The above arrests were made by eight F. E. Sullivan and Mrs. John census. enumerator and if not will be monument and the Lincolnmemorial ':States by Spain and the da" or Florida out distanced all other papers,
I Policeman Freeland. T. Simpson It then struck Elizabeth !that even effort their
an on to
admission to the I i:rn :be U pan
Blazers Hold Interesting! Meet asked to write J his own and the names A bill was passed by Con-i/ "
Steve Allen charged with assault Park wrecking ten houses, and after catch with it would be useless. ,
'S. had of these up
lug at Stanley 1I.ua Hotel PropertyThe I and battery forfeited his bond of $10. sulking again at Biscayne Park and association permission to hold a competition 1 When Florida WAS' aim;"tied In the past forty years there never ,
This will be for
The following, arrested on a mare monishing several houses headedeastward a pad. kept up several 1 has been a time when the Press did '
with this site as a basis. The |I i into the Union tV! :itle; l to -1l!1 Und
until it id certain that I
days no one '
of gambling each forfeited a $10 cash over the Atlantic.The not lead in circulation in this terri-
under the EavisaVe! wVfs of the
second annual meeting of the has been overlooked. competition will close Oct. 1, and theury 3
bond Wiley Black. Rash Fields N. damage Is estimated at hun- state to witer :cry and now It leads so far that
a ordinary high mark
original Tamiaml Trail Blazers was 1 Beginning tomorrow the business '! consisting of three eminent: are ,
Bakln George Mimms, Col,y An- dred there can be no comparison. In the
and fifty thousand dollars ,
'became vested in the people of the
: held. the ground of W. Stanley :ists to be selected later will announce -)
on firms will turn in the names of their '
i JellyRoll
drews. Francis Webb Big Nine Estimates of 'state. a-d t:Me to t"CRI' lands could five counties mentioned the Fort My- i
place cost rehabilitation I
Hanson hotel property in Eutero on its finding Oct 19. The deI. -
employes and will thus assist in hav-
Kd Hall: and Henry 1itcl1.1Ll ers Press has more daily circulation ;
the banks of the Estero River, whichis i of devasted area at one million signs submitted will be hung for the DOt bo 5-nnt.>il c- (,nveyed exceptby
> tug the population of Fort Myers correctly -
Victor Kelley was fined $10 and pot than all other
l combined and
I dollars. Five hundred (M3alery act of the Leg stole: or an- papers ;
perhaps one of the moat beautifulin persons need enumerated.Fort inspection of the Jury in the Corcoran re some
on his good behavior in a charge of Just about twice that of its nearest ,
all Florida. financial assistance. The Elks offer : of Art in Wash ngton. ||thori T duly authorized by an act of
is calamity
Myers facing a
i iO.
speeding in zone. competitor In several towns In these F ,
Captain George B. Prime of Sara- i ten thousand dollars for relict Miami if this state of affairs really exists "The determination of the Roos-the Legislature five counties real- i

sots and Mr. J. P. Co den of Sara- i hotels have arranged accomoda- and it is stated on good authority volt Memorial Association to createin 1 By chapter 9J13, acta of 1923. the every permanent I
:lent Is a paid subscriber to the Fort .i t
sots and, Baltimore Maryland, were I O. M. DAVISON IS lions for homeless persons; White that it does. the city of Washington e monumental 't trustees of the international Improvement Myers Press. A large percentage of c

/. in attendance at"the meeting for the Belt dairy; and Westwood Inn in Of the people who have been seen memorial which shad ade-n I fund were authorized to make winter residents are also subscribers I#
first time since the exploration trip ruins. of: auately commemorate the character i sale and disposition of sand and : :I }
and asked by the chamber commerce ; t
paying by the year and having the ,
the lower Ever-1 Where the and significance of: Theodore Rooae-: i gravel from any lands Including sovereignty :
was made .through. NEVI MAYOR Of storm swooped to earth if they have been seen by the I paper follow them to their northern ..t f' : :: w
glades. the tornado cot a swath which aver- numerator practically one out of tea veil" writes Milton C. Medary Jr.. lands: owned or held by the homes. ';. !
The campfire lasted far into the i aged two hundred yards in width. in the affirmative the association's professional advijtcr.:*.ate
i As it always baa done the Fort My '
conducted under the "would of Itself challenge the beat expression By chapter 9 S5. acts of 1923. the 1\ ,
night, and was PALMS Searchers are combing groves and Secretary Wilkie has written a letter i ers Press will continue to lead not
most ,ideal conditions. The evening OF thickets for additional VIctims. MIami offering Enumerator E. G. Rivera of the arts and crafts In the II I trustees are authorized to sell or only la circulation, but In everything; .s;J t

was spent In the recital of reminiscences I Is scarred with half a dozen any assistance in the power of the Cnited States. The site selected however :, Ic 1 ':be: on such terms as they may that goes to make a first class news '+ + tt

: incident to the trail blazing spots where twister struck. The ten chamber, which is compiling a list of I' greatly magnifies this challenge trip of two years ago, together with i ]JIIs Harden Made Treasurer and mile path: of the storm ended at a the heretofore unlisted and Mr. "Rivers I and places upon the designers of the ;ral Pu, "osea.e. right, title or In- ;J ,, '

conducting the .annual! election of officers I I Appointment City )fan.i !point ten miles south of Hollywood has been asked to add his list to memorial the weighty responsibility I 11 terest in ana to sac lands owned orcontrolled I STATE LEGISLATURE STARTS l
i eager Confirmed where It disappeared into the At- this to complete the totaL of solving a many-sided and complex! i>< by the stats of Floridaor I

W. Stanley Hanson was elected I lantic oceanTourist. All other cities are said to have had problem of the first magnitude per- any interest ''n any: bird held by I (Br Tk* AM tet4 Tress ''t'r
President, Grover Hackney Fin Vlc%I "I feel the responsibilities of the office their returns made by April let and manently establishing; the only remaining :the state or a'IV state fun-! including j TALLAHASSEE, April .-Legislators s

President Captain George B. Prime I keenly" His Honor O. M. Dav- Mr. Rivera wan granted an extensionof cardinal point of the great I:sovereignty land prepare to hold cancause tonight I 4r'
Second Vice President and Maurice :: faun new mayor of Fort Myers stated Club To fifteen days. Therefore the com- central composition around which'the It is under provisions! of these acts proceeding the formal opening t, '

Ayrer Secretary and Treasurer. I Ii I to the Press this afternoon. But," plete returns must go in by April capital of the United States Is de-.1Yeloplng. j r that the trustees have aped to sell I session at, noon tomorrow Virtually )- r
The renowned. whipping boss of the I the l continued. "I am going to give the Meet\ Tuesday NightThe 15th ." I r sand off the beach between the Saint the entire membership of the legislature i 1-

i group was given a more euphonious t I city the very best there is Ia me and There were three Fort Myers men "It is the desire of the association
title, namely Sergeant at Arms. To I jtry i to gin it the best administration regular meeting of the Fort: in the chamber of commerce this the program for the competition :,' stated. The trntv-> have reserved I ship of houses and presidency of the t,

f this office L. J. Van Duyl'was chosen. possible Myers Tourist club will be held on morning and to of them had never states. to. leave each competitor as I,from; operations of UM contract all senate Is the main topic. Arthur T. i E s,

i !I' Mr. Davison was appointed mayorat Tuesday night, April 7th at $ o' lock been asked any questions by Mr. Rivers free as possible to submit his own :: public bathing beaches. They will Milam. of Duval and J. J. Parrlah, of t tr.

SISGIB'PLEASED( PATBOXS a meeting held Friday night and ] In Community Halt There will be a and had not been enumerated. as conception of what the memorial i not permit, It was authoritatively Brevard, divide support for speaker-* ;

r? I I succeeded A. E. Raymond whose year splendid program and everybody who far as they Icnow should be within the limitations imposed -,, stated any sand to be taken from ship. I '.
."Dreams of Long Ago," Caruso, I jot office had expired. Judge J. Bow- attend will enjoy the evening. The Through the co-operation of the by the general conations It ;the public bathing beaches. -

was one Of the songs with which Ii\ ers Campbell was appointed city attorney program as It has been prepared is banks merchants lawyers physi- may range from a frank acceptance 'I j The state Is to receive a minimumof THREATENS MISSIONARIES ;

Rocco Verri. a local vocalist, entertained which position he has been as follows: cians and others it !is hoped that the I of the traffic conditions as a part of $20 a year for the sand mined the
the.patrons of the Arcade tilling since the resignation of C. Q. Opening number-Vocal d-u e I. population may be correctly enumer the treatment creating a condition fond to go Into the vials school fund. Rr Tk Ao hit4 Frees) r t

theatre Saturday night. Later he Stewart, recently elected county attorney "Beautiful Moonlight." Mrs. R. W.. ated. Ton can assist If you or your Similar! to the Piazza del Popolo In' t I PEKING" April 6.-The ChIna Inland a
"Ia Old_Madrid." Prof Tern is ] Reed. Mrs. T. K.. IV Insor. Rome. with the memorial itself an In- Mission reports that the city of :i
sang has been missed by reporting -
neighbor .
well known locally as a singer and F. E. Smith was reappointed clerk :.Songs and monologue J. W: the matter at once to the chamberof tegral part of the busy life revolving I! .: Shenkln Is being attacked, and Missionary
his ''songs were greatly appreciatedby I and auditor and Miss Tell "Barden. Coffey. j about it. or it may be conceived to exclude Tomllnson Is liable to be killed -
those present at the Arcade Saturday who bas been assistant to )lr. Smith 3.Soprano solos (a) The Star, The commerce.Press believes that it would all relationship to this trafficIn j j There has: '>.!-'n considerable. Imj ,, as well as all other foreigners.

night, It Is stated. He has I was appointed treasurer. Since the Rogers; (b) "By the Waters of Mme-. be wise to assign one person to each self-contained surroundings, sep- j 1 provemin r..a.:1oa.: Catherine !I Chinese foreign office has wired ,
I street and to be numbered
been employed to sing at severalshows Installation of gas the work of these tanks" (c) "11/ Heart. Mj SoaL" Mrs. arated entirely from the continuationof sow amacs Governor Honan urging that he take
the that absolutelycomplete
block in city an II j
: {them fa the large from yarch which "
to be seen. at this Popular theatres two hasbeen Increased greatly and it Annie M Mmlger. canvas: may be made atonce. the axis to the river" lwmr his'rc 1 j a1! possible steps to protect all fore-
't'ea added
{Is the intention of the city: commis- Remarks, Mr. House. I ."a to ,!'gaers In the district. -e .
The time is short
:;jea:: :i: a i expense of several
stenographer to Miss Snett. i
I sioners to secure a S-Violin solo. I 7 ,
assist them. (.Soprano solo. Miss Mildred WHIlams. f BERT SMITH DEAD !ihc&d'ed do'lsrn! !

.I want to thank my good friends i At this meeting' the appointment of I wish to thank many This comm>dJva porch Is divided To My Friends 5
my .
t who made -it possible for me to I Mr. Cutter. as city manager was confirmed 7.-Violin solo. A. E. Rasmasuen. 1 friends for their support In winning Henry Smith, aged 70. who came|:into' three pan*' the cu&JLJe part is i iI I wish to thank all my friends

WIn the Fada. 5 tube Neatrodyno I i : .* 8.Soprana and alto duet, Till We Ford Car Each subscription here from Chicago_ January; let, feed i'I a sleeping pores Mr. Jones has also who helped me go over the top lathe s

Radio set,in the Fort Myers Press Meet Again" Miss William and Mrs. to the."the Best Little Dally in at the Foxworthx; apartments on Lee i',decorated end :pa:fi'ed, his house till J contest of the Fort Myers =
7:30 last night of hear\ faJl- he kas a biKtfa41tU home.
contest was apleasure FRANCE Winsor. .
It Press the best la this
Subscription much paper section -
: subscriptions CREASED JOTES As this is the closing meeting o! all Florida" was very .1)- are Very little is known here of the WlUieja' T ciza.*>who lives on the I
to,solicit able I shall be delighted to have
dated. and I hops to be to
} ;
; pr BanHis! is -i street at the of Cleveland
for : dead son expected to arrive same corner
f< for such a paper as the Press. The PARIS April 6.- -BUU providing for the tourist dub any suggestions give each one a ride, soina, tfcoe. my friends take a ride with me ia
Radio wl:,will be a Joy which I an increase of bank note circulation: the good of the organisation will be 7 .. i tomorrow.. Burial arrangements t avenue is having tU, residence the lovely car they helped me win.
Tour. very-truly. wilt be made after his arrival The_ repainted and handsomely decorated.Mr. .
gladly with my friend I IJ amounting to four. billion franks presented gladly received that it maT.start err 1
"lit: : : share HILDA GOLDEN to cabinet by 11. de Moue the tully equipped to be more successful IRE NE DENHAM. I [body. was prepared for... burial by I Jones is doing the work for Mr. ; AVA BARFIELD..it. '_
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.OP Sti* t-lort Uycra, lushes, The Thirty-eighth Annual meeting of thai1.: ;

Owed ::v !Florida State Horticultural Society convenes ata:3J ': Hendar, Sixth
THB FORT :MYHKh) P'tlvV\: lacorgoratedJ& tomorrow evening in the Auditorium of theE j I The Baptist Missionary union will
; : $ $. nO nta, !,rnUNbet and Oural )lilnax I,:: -!bterian church at EustLi, Fla. The speak-' meet at ;3.30: ; at the e*urch. The ex--

t :S":.;:":mal otil,.as, iron.pree,i M--r" 'M FI.vst.rf( i-tJ Wt..T s.jr UJ.j.4 'Mat t'U\: .- nf Y,1.br. reh"" 3 :1sA n. !'form-r-. Agriculture Cor-, 1 ) :: t : ;: I at t lit ITS:2 committee o'clock. All wail-women meet pronip'l.qf th\.'
: invited to meet
: church over 25 are
4 .. "'''' 1\1 a v.,itli' m wxjwiiw oji; v K r UJ; wtt.-.. mll Uahersit, at Ithaca. New York. rJi I I share the wort" of the church
a. daily _B :Mairf '!frt / 4 Features of the meeting include a Confer- !I. : and e *Vir '|:[

J ; "F TIt A .fU'i'irPu.-: face oa the Citrus Aphis situation, which has be-i: t I The regular coaclav of Fort :.t --

I 1A L,.w'iated, I ors t" e7trw' '' : 'u'Jte.! t" ,,,d .... ft'. r'bme quite serious during the past several weeks;!I : I ers commandery: No. 32, Knight!
< :talttIaztp d +d Revs etepatteht4 to It ow n t totil.- I *
:.;..... 'r thin.fl wdp .and &tso the. 1..,at. a8kt i discussion! of the Maturity of Citrus Fruits Templar will be held at & o'clock p.
I;, ', .IIA" !Jom a Legs! Point of View. including a discus-: : QUETON 1J \ ; ; I II ta.
:3.c rA: .).:...-" u: eprptk Ui. rof rw ;yJ etenatatiKs tar '. '4n of profored changes in the present law gov- I .

AC2SCKJTT1C5! JtAUSS t l.Wg the shipment of immature fruits; a dis- i titiH l t ) We 3() < I III There will be work in Ow orde- if

tr, jLe>. :'. ChMette Cuuidetocte L.' eussiori of new cover for building the I > r the temple and all members and vis-
crops up i
.:.n,.., :.....l d ortse-mU Cotattts. ___$t.t. I TnretrtlYoath al.dtt ft ,_ :::-Mt :mH 1 in citrus groves; Economics in the growing II :: I II iiiEg Sir Knights are urged to be
citrus fruitsome of the present.
': \r ctw -'- Lot SiT >>.>Ntll:0.:. 110; problems to be met : .
1..t. .-. u. One Year .vita in hunch
: :_ 1M growing grapes in Florida; figs'and
''' I II of
;::: meeting
-',,.", >V .-ogee AWT M tn prey* Ori. Stir -_ *2r .R. their culture; blockberries and ether small I ; I1r I The regular business of the M E.
'q." \ -.Mr |'>rt anent pr N* Mt I Kmfis_ :__ ? :* iO ">urti>; flower behaviour as related to fruit pro- .the Missionary Society
held at the church
do:tlon in avocados; palms and their propogation, I i iI iI iI iI iI iI Cbarca will be.
SU E.1nmtt at :-SO o clockFLORIDA
p and town and country beautification.The .

: plans for entertainment as provided! Ly.I
\ liLtUanti+tlI t$8 Eustis chamber commerce and other orga- i FACTS

19:5 ham 1'): l iib ations include motorcades through different I AND FIGURESFlorida

ASSOUAIJO; ,r parts. of the county; trips on Lake Eustis and I
Harris; a flower show under the auspices of the
:!f"1'Ibt't' Southern :\rxcpaper PabIJ ers-S AsseiisRlrn.Iem1Kr -Woraens Club; and a golf tournament at the I has 452 factories for the 1

)'J rldA Press Alaaflatle.p Lake county country club. The sessions are cpen manufacture of its annual crop of4,5ee,000

printer Florida \tISf'f'bltN )*!>!** 1 :; i- to the general public. c ,4. 4 pounds of tobacc!
Member South Florida Astteelatloa., %
f F Florida is responsible for 80 per

SUMMERTIME: IX MIAMI'Miami's cent of the nation's total supply of
Monday Afternoon, April 6, 192k phosphate, which underlies practi-

; summers arc so far ahead of the ? tips cally the entire state.
: BIBLE THOUGHT FOR \ bummers in New York city that there is no 'jt t at .t -
.,,- Persona] Self oleo e I' comparison. I have experienced many sleepless (I At the end of the year 1921:! Florida

that hath n- rule "'"*r hw own !>funt is 'I nights in New York because cf the unbearable j had available 49.490,000.000 board leads

!iilrr u city thai is broken dawn, andn1hout heat and the lack of a cooling breeze but I have i I feet o* uncut amber.of naval Florida stores andsaad
in the production
walls. Proverbs
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'\ ever experienced a summer night in Miami that brick.
1 j" .f.TnE"O&T I>did not, require some kind of cover," said .
'.hri- .' J. I afnes Macfadvean realtor with %,OOOOC'O
:i'rrjI.S: offices in the f Florida: produces about %
Flakier arcade. Mr.\ Macfadvean\ said he had been boxes: of grapefruit annually. Thera

r Sufdls; nol Lout tasucMlteu.! .: in Miami for five years and in that tune hadM3ent I I are 11Ov4900 bearing; citrus: trees.

A rioter Sotteaki Want f.* ::' : four summers here, and in all that time he I Mach year sees 1.1>>&.000) more trees

Sjvtcn.ratfT. 'ItJlm: ) ted never suffered from the heat. ;I planted.

\ front or Island Path awl ) .1 "I formerly lived in New York and during \ \v-> x >. faster than
the Florida is growing
summer months he said. "I experienced
much hot weather when j g Kgag state in the Unnion. With a percentage -
tUtU Front ll: nle arj. the very during the nights :j I .. js .. rate of growth of more than 400.
thermometer would
1'rw) :lir, to CreMcalI 1eeltr never get than 901 I state will
R It is safe to predict that the
degrees and when (
residents thousands
by the !
>t 'T Otter ClianntJ to Frrnttle Bateaal iii reach a population of ten million people
Jrela t would carry their bedding into the parks in an
{ ebg lei eb.CeslpIettos distant date
of Lre" Cut ty's Systelu of .tats. effort to cool off sufficiently to enable them to I IN A COZY CORNER WITH A BOOK .I the author's first noveL That's the at a not
'. But we have such conditions I i amazing part of it-that: a first effort -
lake: no in :Miami.
in Florida is on
C:!etl! a 4il TamLual Trail der tart Yyeret''tlta :- should be so extraordinary in Livestock growing
"Miami is considered a winter resort but Ii I Cattle little attention -
increase. require
: Beach! lii;!hIz y. tits results. For SOUNDING'S Is ex- the :
j fce the summer season of Miami much betterqfhan ,i ,% Ey Blossom Mack are not housed in winter and
neaut1iltaUun! to' 11Igh" ,. Ihidp I traordinary. It is as strong as it is|
I'ncoanut Palms alon? Ta' bBiJ)|, ;TraC t r Ij rJQ .. i : the winters. Business sometimes slackens: !I -- rare-as clean as it U deep That It I large numbers are shipped. Beef cattle -

} Lei County nil -5tlnclni. tun. r ,ftl Some the summer here and I like that. It gives us i I When do I love you most S CosFsssIg cet books i AMANTJS Yea Ye> are! pr1s Mien. But- {'is deep is as unquestionable as It is I' hogs; and sheep are important
UcGrrgor Uootefuril la frstil tfta"lL r. '- '" I people an opportunity to get a little rest andLirv ,!tt mine j Fa tsatpltgM dawneth: when low' unexpected. For these SOUNDINGS livestock assets of the state
5 which we appreciate much more than we '"fences In glo-kwja morn. when o'er your | low croon Ole freT are not taken In the shallows .
T.an hood t, East: (_ t. I porel.eterety 1:.!:. whiiverins; twilight' In m7I
I Ii Mo i the rushing business with its financial returns j bent to win Mrteret love. Ditto room, I The territory of Florida covers approximately -
''ff'he ] Forc ting bow the dewy mciKtuws eWne? I And yea read not. t>toe-sitting. tt6euioly. It is a simple story simply! told. 50,000 square miles, the
i COlIPULSOn1fl fl n; 1 long summer here which lasts from January Or afuruoora whet: i LnceyBJI kes! twino. Sfy nml taAoonn ia > lodea eset sy. The story of a motherless English
\ j il tf> December 31, sometimes gets monotonous I, ahoro--Abort. "*y- aeat..aad to eom dreary I fKl ;your beans tktobfctoz'Tn deep girl, brought! up by her father who peninsular portion of the. state being
) 4 miles long by an
i \- i, out we who livehere the year round have learned Of oU t Balance, .where lovera evermor itaQdtr. you treathins round me inUHJ : began his work when she was eight approximately 400
Much i
oppitit111'1S!! JuM &+3fdtd" ett "..tti"2roposej average width of 90 pules. The upper
\\To )re the e\en-temperature, and then "we-eat lUP I gloom. yeareold,Prior to the age of eight
automobile' Insurance. We ; I II .ecp !Jlia>> houm I' follow at youretga' ; portion is 360 miles,east and\ west and
cpmptdsory : rJifff'-tnt; : from the Noi"therner. We have found R1C1LVRD Ie CALL1EXXB. she: was not brought up-she simply
',. : : glad to see this The prin .r,!,- If, 0').10-.tic().i1 ],I ojt that a fruit and vegetable diet is bv far the i came up (Topsy-like) fed and kept from 30 to 90 miles from north to

i .:o. Instead: of ac3amplu>hiig: ;Swr! ,"-. tdutvsc. :,b< ..t human food, and consequently we do not eat I i F10KJDA not ring with joy-but they are good clean and clothed by old "Weeksie"ho soath. "

'... which is to curb the reckless driver a t',.:if eats. I and even they found an echo in my "did for the Awthornes"* since, The cultivation of sugar cane in '"

t !l' -,.tart:_life; and limb it would bring about estiy |- "Ye>f, I prefer to spend my summers in I I FLOP.t0.t.Franklin V AND Wood.Tha OTHER Four POEMS Seas CoraP by- heart. Here is the beginning of THE before Nancy was born. Weeksie had Florida antedates:: itt cultivation in "

J this !!. The retke: '\ cLntrn :\Miami where there ,is always a congenial climate ', :\ny, I oeten. Mass I PAST. no qitil.ficaUccs. no education not j|{, Louisiana there being authentic reports -

t tA f '' t.K1 regard compuiiorv insurance\ ;as ,'. :aid a cooling ocean breeze.Miami Herald. I FLORIDA AND OTHER POEHS I "The Past Is a swollen Stream even possessing an ego I of a sugar cane plantation as ;'
ii. ne to Increased recklessness The probe. of 'I i reached! me*In my Cozy Corner just I I crossed it quaking. Right .here explodes a time honored[ j far back as the year U1S, near where .
trolling speed fiends, highway hot 3f' and the ,, I when I needed the consolation ct As from a hideous dreamI theory-that a child's future Is determined -'I Mew Smyrna now Is, and sugar cane
:.t"oral! run of careless incompetent drivers i' BOY TRAMPS i iI iI i t''I real poetry I found It In tote pretty spring up. waking.I by the supervision of tact I' was also raised at that early date In
'Volume. When I I wish I could give FLORIDA ea-i first seven of its life. ImagineXancy's
Knuld\ increase rather than diminih'magni! I opened the book, you years the vicinity of what ia now Daytoaa. Y
I right the white tire, but I have room for only these first seven years-plus one.
on page preceding J
', ', ( And In the same ratio the peril to Ktt-1,j I Two forlorn boys, one 17 years old and oneonly :,' lines Yet she clean
'Kandolph Browns tropical : was true thoughtful
T rnvronld: < eight were picked in the Florida is active agriculturally, but ;;
::1.i iBvieise. up Philadelphia piece with Us heavily laden cocoanut "And gray-robed sandaled monks. wholesome level headed frank, and'
What need ia j enfaree-1, :other day on a tramping trip. They from j (In this respect it is still a frontier .
we complete came
a more : palms and its crimson hibiscus, I i I stem-faced and pale any number of other adjectives that t
l:'"-<+ nf iu 4 d: goad traffic 'r wa > greater [I t Boston and said they were on their way to Cali- '(i found this quatrain: {I Who bought the Euc-harast to this we would choose for our ;I state. Almost any kind of fruit or ":

thl-i znity Qf toes-' laws and of a'\'ire ; alwayl.i' }I i.n-nia via Flrrida. They said they had subsisted II: "The sweetest tones are those we land of palms. She was also a successful daUghters.j j j vegetable lemons.can be grown in avocados Florida. .

; "-'fdition of a law which will worki toward : m' Berries picked along the roads.A I cannot hear. And raised within the wildernessa Nancy's father, having returned ,Oranges mangos
i'wffid safety. I i certain type of boys have always had this j jf 'Which vibrate only on the inner graiL" from years of wanderings was at- limes sub-tropical pineapples fruits and nourish many abundantya

A "otnw.ikit'v Accident Insarance law how- j/,wanderlust. It is perhaps increased nowadays i i ear: The illustrations: are a delight; tracted to the child when she was ly garden vegetables are largely pro- "c
( VST. jv not in this dans 'I111TJk *1t out. reader, :':vten* mwav of them succeed in getting; about the j! The Richest colors those we cannot -jautiftil:I haU-toces of the prettiest about>> eight years of age. He decidedto duced for the northern market. i
1 :.It"r 1. will easlv see tt.t snot! a ''awwould be i ;-n.itry bv rides begged from autoists. It is a I!I see. spots in Florida. They are easily rec- cease mourning tor her mother

t'..'""ce to En ety. j jt :n'.}-!em when a boy has the roaming instinct.:t Are tints, reflected from infinity.I I ognUable. and take up the long neglected Job Divers crops are possible in Flor
'j jV thaw' f i,Further along. THE This book would be a nice gift to of being S father. "This kid" said ,
i induce him to remain LAND OF
at home. i the is
ida. In parts of state corn
he !
a friend out of the state. not be afraid of traditional
t ; The love for adventure i ij at the bottom of it I I|.I FLOWERS are these hues: There are those who call Mr beliefs or miss of conduct. Ill teach grown in abundance. The last avail
I 'From
HO \YS j
If purest gold. God spins the<:
isl1. such
boys all had 15,
to able census shows upwards of -
roR.A9If'I. '. access a good nayr | tropic 1 Wond's poems inspired. We do not ler to stand on her own two feet to .
*] ,')und and if they could become members 000.000 bushels of corn being raised
to alone.
And feel inclined to contradict them. Still answer herself She shall bewnest.
y There are certain unfefeikinjf< itidu.a151 !' teams that j'j'.E.I scatters healing balm on i or .36 cent of the total of
are contending for the m&3teryof breezes free" we are of the opinion that his earl By the time Nancy was eigh- per crop a.
,t; ,; h-,*h v P formed the habit o jfcaying-, wttesn 1 acne! (; the neifthbofhood, you would not hear much I IA little farther. A Mocking Bird I. newspaper training may have furnished :een. her father had just about work- the United States. Its other principal '

.;.'.\;:1-: Ptf-Tit'sed commodity is wider discussion:: of their; desire to get away from home.-Key Sings begins: I i i"The' i part of the inspiration. OUT id himself out of a Job. And he' had crops include cotton hay, oats peanuts i
I V;' '!, has to for al!! th-t advf rtn-1 rice, sorghum, j I
;; aom? oue pay Vest Citizen melody that !land of birds of sunshine and of ertalnly made a success of his work. pecans potatoes
} }j it?.;{," toe Laferenqa being th at the consume'- i i thin throat: pours from that I I I flowers Is. of course an Inspirationi rven though be did begin late. syrup sweet potatoes and tobacco. ,

a i,' heavily: k biirtJeoed I payer for the advertising[ Is like a stream of melted precious j i i i to any one who has the tuneful rhythmic And here explodes! another time \
fu.t a little intelligent thought would convince Under the crovisions of the new Nebraska I gems. I tecaique in bits make op. We :honored theory-the: theory that the Is an Indescribable combination of :

i c. bakers of sud inAne remarks, that tj e more liquor** law the possession of more than a pint of j So brilliantly it sparkles on the i Ii fare glad that a poet of Mr. Wood's most essential thing in a child's .We perfect freedom and fine reticence.
-i hf-'!*pcr is the price to the consumer.. The adver- man is bootlegger and he can be given a county I beautiful New Smyrna, with and we are not at all sorry that he Mother. No mother could hare raised SOUNDINGS; Is not Justified by Its

tieing means greatly multiplying the sale. --this jail sentence from sixty to ninety days and a Us name in the title line, is described I seems to be abandoning the law :Nancy to a more splendid womanhood literary style. This and the sustained

sans in turn greatly hicreaaed production hundred dollar fine. If he .happens to get caught, I, in fire stanzas of which this is the I r (which claimed his time in Chicago) than she attained under the interest which holds from opening to
[ first for the lyrical; (field whch I& his ty guidance of Jim Hawthorne. And closing: paragraph due to the supreme -
'..Mch, of cpure, moaaa produatioo a 'a'Jo %r packing more than a Second pint: his fine con runt(! : I never wASthere a more genuine -
Hamilton Gibba
comradeship of A.
'e. Just'remember hat you alwayAwa njo 1- lap to a maximum of 5,000 or six months in the!: SUr dust falls on the sea right of conquest. genius
f a confidence a more the
who should give much to world
: wh.cu you buy a much advertised artfcie. "hoosegow. Hereafter "Nebrasky" is going tot| From sapphires in the sky; I: loyal love between mother and I judging by this beginning.!
be Sand dunes like driven SOUMIMS
a tough state in which to suffer snow,
Jime.s-.Union. a snake bite.-' In wind brushed rows, pile high." I daughter than existed between this Major Gibbs as he Is called, owingto
l SOrXPINGS, by A. Hamilton GSbbs. father and .daughter. And ,probably: : his World War servie, has followed -
At JI1AL CHILDREN'S DAY Loving trees as I d* what could be
Little. Crown and Company. Boston. never has a daughter gone to her I I his two brothers, Sir Philip Gibba
:. finer
than to find with STRENGTHas
.t I The reading of SOUNDINGS has natural
1 ( I mother with the questions and Cosmo
h. Hamilton into the world
A, mqyesment JooktDg'tow rd thg1@isi
<*- new vigilance i in tiw matt>r of child health, TO Florida and intends ta grow his own tires. The I I "I draw strength from the trees; I. it ia satisfying; as a picture of embarrassment as Nancy took these I Be has an American wife and a home

I A beinfflod by ine American Child Health Asao'r'laflonrof Chicago Tribune suggests that he form a partn r- A quiet dignity ideal relations between father and same sane. normal questions to her I In New York City.SOUNDINGS '
hip with Luther Burbank and enable Prevades my soul : daughter it is ideal; its problemfor father. I m
\ Herbert JtOOr. Secretarv of us to is barely off the
'fhjch ; When f
er a new flivver when we need it from the back they commune with xcej j it is A.novel with a problem-is It is probably the authors clean Press. Little, Brown
tone culminate and Company
\erce..is!| Prcsiden.t, and will in a t must mention thatthere are a few clean and tt is ;
I yard garden. -Davtona Journal. f o.rma14; a problem handling; pt these problems that I II expect it to be a J st.seUer. It does .:.
National Chile Jle th to be Ma In I
pay 3 this
} poems collection
; Q9t ijad :v: -- watch d nIOM worth some thought: This book is I makes the book so rare. His method hot! seem that It could tail to be. i
Twenty (j' riutious; ,,with a njsm ershipDf l -
i ..jcaore'J thjan} 1(";()WO,000 wilt loin. ink.the Mayday N POP
t celebration. Pr ;i ekLCooUdge b -
I day, and. loci t lummia eCS aria$ ae;c 1 ..
.. '; '?tote firtl corrnnomtv. 'rot. + arinrf -pailojpenair \ Jrt\1 101! WOtfT0-61SC BE 6ACIC O
CAA IF I RUs sir tr VaiAl"31HE M 1TL Rr YES lb '
J fet health and school 13Y y QLIOCK + UKE70 IF LSifGGESTeyTtgr
.* s.pint nta witlealso! Do 4 To THE ea BSr rr 5t zMs gal si{ TGo
official vJih}, : '. mark the occasion. CWS 'WILL.voU ASTI40uGH LrAu -.WOULD .

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*' '"Being 4 satisfied #rum observation and expeTience a t t tI tI )

>.s well 83 from rnedisal testimony that: e3 tt
ardent-spirit as a tUtnk,. are not only' needless
but hurtful anU,,vhat the entire disuse of themwould I ce. : -

trod top 'smote the health, the virtue ; 1

'.md.th happiness pi the opmirrnnHy hereby: 8 Gt zw f

..cxpressaour'umvactiont that-:shoyM tfee gi4iiena I ]tt \ z aw
i' oXMhe ,United Sfefevr. tatih rtally i] |, tea t \ ,
J' men, Uiscontinua f t.u. em-firt6t} >e+c u>eoiu m,

*, they :would not only promote tnair own peaon.iJ: '

but the good of:) our country and; the kWi't ei a
LjbenefitO. } '
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I I PUBLIC FORUM\ tubes let rays-of various are merely shapes.the Thebo violet ", -tiULially produced ultra\iolct light, MAY STORE HELIUM GAS, Tourist in Austria 2'
light lamps of clear fused quartz are used. I I I IR II
.<1 Communication to thla I department should: and be l*|artilrcm->t wlthtaGim that a high-frequency electric current Probably the most amazing thing Resents Hotel Methods

: Rl.le of words th. sheet: Writ only plainly Correspondence, upon<< one a produces vacuum when It Is passing througe accomplished by the use of ultra- IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES .. ,
: most b* signed by the. writer to prove violet light is the curing of ricketsa I I INNSBRUCK:; Austria. April 6.-
: good faithrltrr name will be Utra-violet light Is a
colorless invisible
in which the
Mid upon request bones fail to Because there was no snow in the
The: frees dom not necessarily I con part of sunlight, amazingly develop properly because of a defiI I
I cur with the published opinion* or aaresoeion short light vibrations ; I! mountains as set forth in an advertisement -
of correspondents and that occur be- i I clency of calciumand phosphorus in I
\\ \SIIIGTOpril 6 -The Bur
the right to reject any com yond the violet end of the solar spec- the body. In some way that is not I? a group of Englishmen has r
municationEditor I trum. Though they cannot be seen, | understood baths in ultra-violet I eau of Mines, under an act passed I!entered suit against a travel bureau t
they will ; late in the last congress. will takeover railroad fares
darken asking for damages
Press:: a photographic' plate, j light cause the body to utilize the I
The road to the Estero Island and their wave length has been measured. j calcium and phosphorus that has from the navy about July 1 the and hotel expenses. u
bridge; Is Impassible except at great; They are so short that this i been Introduced from without. production of helium the gas used in II The English tourists were in Innsbruck f
inflating the giant' dirigibles Los Angeles -
wave length !;
damage to car. right; now road is cannot be computed In Utra-tiolet light also Is useful In I seeking winter sports but the I
blocked and ordinary terms, so the Angstrom and Shenandoah. This transfer I weather" was so mild that nowhere
by trucks torn topleet unit the '
i treatment of tuberculosis becauseIt
I Is used. An Angstrom | Is not expected by Dr. S. C LJnd could find i .
a. unit measures I they snow or ee They
Improves the quality of the blood. !chief chemist the involve '
of bureau to -
No repairs have been made on this approximately 1.2 O,000,0o0 of an It hat been used successfully in combating read an advertisement of a certain I
road except about 2oo yards of shell Inch That Is to say it would take Influenza and dispepsia.! pyorrhea any marked change in policy I I' resort saying the snow was. or soon Going I
10,000,000 of them to No appreciable quantity of helium I
within 8 months equal the diameter boils would be deep and the skating good
ringworms abscesses and
I is being exported and the new
We have refused to pay toll until of a human hair o faverage thickness i arbunrles It is useful as a steril- law provides that now applicationsmust So they travelled thither, only to find .
same road Is repaired and safe to The waves of ultra-violet light I export I on arrival that the reported snow wasa '
izing agent in places of such familiar .
'be made to the of the
traffic we are told by bridgetenderthat vary in length between 1000 and 3 I as iodine It will grow hair it interior and obtained -
Angstrom units. and out of pocket, suit was
his instructions are to open Raid. in all cases except when the grieved
I Its [ from the President on the Joint recommendation 2
bridge and hold lu traffic unless tltra-vlolet light is emitted when- begun against the travel bureau re-
we { has died gradually on accountof | of the secretaries of t" ...
sponsible for the misleading an- <
pay toll. ever an electric current is broken and old age. It has found many diverse i i war, navy and Interior. This \;;. I
Please help us.lours. made to leap across a gap In an arc. I uses in industry I I sion was put into the law to provi-I notmcement :.s ..rT.. !I .
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Thus arc lamps in motionpicturestudios I future American trans-oceanic air .... '.""
.w: George Blander & Co. give off a Irge amount of I I[lines to have a supply of helium on'I' Baron Hermann Augustus Adalbertde f
,. Crescent Beach ultra-violet light It Is the longer I The epicope i is an instrument that{I band at their foreign terminals. j Huclerus von Carlshausen. of theturopean C ;i
April 4-25 ultra.-violet waves that cause sunburn enables a surgeon to work alone in Officials of the bureau are careful ]i nobility is "doorslammer"of J f I
Uultra-violet rays will not :a perfectly quiet operating room and I to point out that the new bar against I the Bridgeport!; Connecticut fire ,
OUR ANANIAS CLUB penetrate glass That is the reason i jilt the same time permits an audience,! helium exportation will not militate department. His duties are to close
But Pr'.r said ..,. A.-. "Wta why a person sitting behind a window [(of medical students to watch the i against foreign scientists who desirea the doors of the engine house after I
bath ...,.. titled tar beam 10 lie!" never can become sunburned In the progress of the operation in a separate small quantity of the gas for their the apparatus leaves, in return for 1I 1
treatment of disease by means of ar- room. laboratories. which he Eels!! his lodgm!: The I
He sat In the lobby of one of the -
leading hotels and talk came grad- ; ; I II
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ually around to real estate as any
conversation Is likely to do In these 1 t
days of activity among; the real estate The Original \ :

1; men in Fort Myers. He was a World'sGreatest } f
: .. stranger to all of us. Including the ff :1
reporter who listened with' both ears. I I f .
'; while pretending to carry on a conversation Rexall .
with a friend. ,
a "Yes sir I remember a town that J

.... started to grow Just like Fort Myers :
has started. Everybody was making
money ond real estate values were ;.- '
reaching towards the zenith. People
quit their regular avocations to go
into the real estate game and Fords Picture
::. became scarce as It was a sign of v OD .
lack of prosperity to drive a flivver.
"Hndsons. Chalmers Paiges. Cadillacs -
.', Dodges. Llncolns. Wills-St.
t,-" ; Claire and Wyllls Nights, were the -
&+*:*'''. cheapest cars In dally use'and many w pt ? ,
>: of the richer real estate men imported I
t:*;: cars from France and Germany.
; G"1 S "People were sure that the boom
t.,; ;. would last and lived and acted accorlngly. t
..5. ', ; Half the dry goods dealers } i
sold their places of business; the
doctors quit practicing and If you DOUGLAS '! .j

I got sick you could either die or get
t well without medical attention. When
, It came to a death In the city undertakers -
I r t had to be called from other
." ,cities for the only undertaker there
would likely be out of the city showIng .
tit' !
acreage to a prospect. '
:!:'' "People had so much money thatit"

: the run merchants their places who of still business continued decidedto to ; Thursday Friday and SaturdayHUNTER'S i iI --1I

quit advertising aa. thfy figured I In ..,: .
people did not care for bargains and r
would buy I .
-t "Members of the chaml> r of commerce I DRUG STORE .,

.. ::. quit paying; their dues for
: what was the use of a < amber of
t.':, commerce anyway for wa nt the tuJtt ; Fort Myers, Florida ; ...
;; lure of the city sure! T) chamber "THE '
wt of eommerce could funct n without :
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;\j"; to the good points city was
= not to be found. It did ot matter -
t:: '. for the city was booming nd would
1,[.;' become the greatest city Ii that stat INTERNATIONALS MAKE NEW' FRIENDS OLD FRIENDS QUICKLY THIEF : a
i.. without any more help .. :
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''f t ,.:. -Consequently the news pers had uuuunuwmuuuuunuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuununnuuuuuuuuauuuuunuunu/ / / / / / / / / / / /uauuuuuumlRUnuuuunuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuunnuuuuuu/ / .
no patronage and had to suspend
;':.v' publication the chamber { commerce .
", had to drop all its mmebesj for non I .
r',.. payment of dues and it Ceased to of ::: I,

: "Business continued coo for a few
months and lo, there van a lull.

I Y'f\k';}; old New or ,anything ones people had'failed else nobody to.to to comela selfteal jjf and estate the All Truck Owners and Prospective Truck Owners BAGDAD" :T :)} ; : I

"Soon lots lands an4: business ; .
places were a drug on t. market In This Territory ; '
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and the town was as deaijts a doornail : : 1 ;
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,Of course Fort Myej is growing -
and everybody is pro rous but. "
I wonder" $ 1 i. i
Some one interrupted a& the reporter The Orange State Motor Company of Tampa; distributors for the famous Florida's pioneer I. : 7 j: '.
did not hear any ne. How. INTERNATIONAL motor trucks in South Florida in keeping with the service policy which has Royal '
ever it set him to wonddng. also. made this concern so well known throughout this territory have arranged to open an international : : : .. I
It was only this week thatie learned service station at the Auto Supply Garage Fort MyersIn -- :: ; "
.:' that there Is no Fort Myeitliterature l .

to be found In Jacksonide for a doing this the Orange State Motor Company have taken another important step to assure Airdome : :. -f .
prospective buyer of Lee Cunty land all International owners in this section the good service they so justly: desene. : :
: tried everywhere there tojfcd Fort : .
':. l'' a : ::1 .
Myers booklet and wrote as :
.f it was not to be found tbjf' r one The Auto Supply store Is operated by good fellows, and in choosing this popular concern we ,: .
: a! feel that every International owner in this section will receive the personal service we want -'
I them to have- I t'i

!,' SUNLIGHT 'WORK/ ''I! Theatre -
A complete stock of International parts will arrive in a few days and all prospective
r owners in Fort Myers and vicinity should bear in mind that the Auto Supply. Store will give the

.. AMAZINGK class of service that would make you a happy INTERNATIONAL OWNER.
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1 I Recent tests made at I e U. S. MON. TUES. and WED. E

Bureau of Standards pro hat suns YOU CAN'T BEAT
I shine-that part of It. any* ,, which FLORIDA'SPIONEER TRUCKS P
la called -ultra-violet" llgk-It tbemOlt' NIGHTS 7:30 and 9:30
wonderful Don-ehe jermiriments- INTERNATIONALMOTOR : : xr
eWe known. In these I
deadly bacteria found In she< were I &
exposed to ultra-violet ll&bd in an
exposure, of less than a ond the .
bacteria,was'killed.Ultraviolet Prices lOc. and 25c. JT 1

-4 more than 120.Jjght years ago was coveredonly In ORMOND SEXTON PAUL COCHRAN :

the last few years have variedpowers
been appreciated day It isdisease. '
being ,used not only to fli ORANGE STATE MOTOR CO. .
but to hasten growth of s. Pro-
.duce! 'more' eggs, test pal nd fab- "
, rlcs :season' Umber( an tteraliaewater TAMPA AND ST. PETERSBURG' _
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.f" amulet* Itutilisation accomplishments, is >ur of age.the i- Don t Miss It a ES4 y:

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dice Monthly;tor )Jay.'Ultra.ylolet.lllhttJ. '
J t >' le sot be eoa1 'W'E' ,'SELL. ,' E MAT THE- BACKDOOR: ,
fused with the so-called -rays- .:. "
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____r-Torn Tin: OUT "$ ,l'lt .ut$ E4.' '> .

.p.wlid. a1. A .111.1", gad, Norksla threads in the hONe couplings did nut iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiMiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii( iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiinI :
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-- -- -- --- GLORIOUS[ FAtTASDotJtsMEFILM IN a e9e ir, ad. 1"I NNFrM1lilusi'Ks'tl .
E. M. Coleman this, the U S. Bureau of I 5-Room; Furnished House |
FASHIONS I : .;) ""IH..llt: couplerihattsg SUutlaril: has perfected a set of tools _
enabling new threads to he cut on the 1 New fire place! large lot good neighbor- 1
Auditing, Bookkeeping! and Accounting ttiot| Hr departments in many ; ,
& FOIBLESby I 1111. ...."''rt\4.1\1 else:(t.I.tttoClrl deet llfra IIr..n.bl.. ellley Urn clues. now are being equipped 1 hood, East Fort Myer $3,000.00. $750.00 | .I

Douglas Fairbanks in "The Thief of3agdad' pr.1w1 I aautwis' I 1"ee."se the. ; wit h .Hit-He | cash, balance like rent. This is a snap. | :
COLONIAL: HOTEL will. hare its presentation in Shirley Sharon I .. "
1 this city at the AirUonie Theater It I SEMINOLE\ I REALTY CO. Inc. | t
Telephone 170 P. O. Box 833 h significant that those interested I = ,

Fort Myers Florida not in this resorted new to Fairbanks the use of picture adjectives hare \I I'n. Sladler: ( (r.irmt., $l 0.00) () I'cr acre Good | 230 First Street |: 1

that have become nauseating to moving '1',.,ftl"I -.
.' picture devotees. such phrases I 'iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiitiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiritiiiiniii' '''I 't I I I i I I! 'I( ( : iiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinT,

as the super-picture"" "8uj*r- |*- (GO tens llcndry Count, Near (Hard Road. 6 miles iIIH"I "> iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilillliilllllillllllllllllllllll lHIJ!
I l Jr.> l;eo. tllasganaVETERINARIAN: ," "claloi cal masterpiece of film- I
1.tn'U $liI.OUr" \nc C::111111 Tt-rnis.
Uom. "superlative. achievement of | Streets :Walks |
: ultra-supremacy" *The orkla" fin* 1
French and American Graduate
,. Rabies VaccinationTags example of artistic perfection," and One nice larjc lot at Crescent l heath $00(1.00( () Ternis.
I Lee
Furnished all that sort of a thing. Here its a Construction Co. |

i 24 years practice picture that does not call for sewjul-_ Aerojtlanthunj'alov, just off Michigan A\c. C rooms 1 oOS Pythian Bldg. |
l>edahan to describe It. It ill e-
; 810 Anderson Ave.t thing so new and heretofore undreamed a hath( lot IK() 1 h>' 1 110 I'rice $:{J>00.00. Terms Kasy.Tin : | Fort Myers 5

" I of in picture making, that it re-
,, ;. I quires no absurd overautement It I tcrM Stadler 1'arnts' $fr:;0.00() Per Acre Good; 1 Watch Us Grow I
:;.:. 1 l is what was heretofore thought be- I .
wr.r.r. Smithwick Term
'. yond the can-era capacity to realize.The 1 Curbs Floors s
; at Law moving picture here reaches Its
't Attorney
I 1'ark{ $1.300.00Tirins. : )
llcanlifu! l large Lot I'oinciana
Kf. Room :3 Sim Building apex. Yet. one mbt well Imagine ; iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
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fi; Fort hers! Florida niiiiiuuuiiiiiiiiiiHtiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiI
n have seen "The Thief of Ilagdad"have I
come to write, of it. they bad i I I
;. fiat swallowed a bushel: of alphabetsand
i::, Land For Sale in crammed down all the Tarlot s I PALM CITY REALTY CO. = Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish BungalowTiled i
the uwar&.t't.-
books of synonyms on
'.": IONA Central Hotel (Phone 479.> | Bath Oak Floors Cedar Lined Closets |
" HO rh-ip-MxIical have they been in d '", i'j' scribing" It. And all this goes to X77 | Garage Etc.-as near perfect as possible. |

r I Shawcross & Cannon comes l prove that along when it la wise a great not to picture> make I L | Royal Palm Park. Come in and let us show |

t { PjthLin Building too big a brag about It in advance, .iitnd and wool jersey tubing lend : I.=!ruillillllililiUllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiUiiiiiimmimsii. 11111111111111u111111111111tltlltllTODAY'S uuuu:=: | you-Small payment down-easy terms. II
that is: give th e, who are 1
ralni'le l'arkhas! an eighty tout see find Judge a chance to venturean their lovely colon to soft simple I I
I bonleiardt parked III the center opinion As to the substance of frocks With a bit of fulness below a ,[ SEMINOLE REALTY CO., Inc.,
yy I, with Royal 1'alins" reathln!? from Me- the story; it la a glorious fantasyof yoktline in tIle front. i i: 11 I I II | 230-1st Street Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
Grrffor boulevard to the Tamlaml tie* Arabian :-'Ights-a fanciful / G9i
Trail. :S-10-tf, ..*. story of love and adventure laid in Tax new colon for the Fall are very subI I I t ' t,III I 1111_ lit_II I'll' I 111111 I 11111111I111I111111111 ii
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abounding 14 amaiing: happenings. delicate the Pansienne reach wean grav block-the latter and aery is especially SPECIAL / .
or a a" quo scribe has put it. "unbe and Bargains in Suburban Homes
W. II. GRACE new smart. But for informal | |
,, Physician and Surgeon lievable wonders. such, for instance, types of dress in town and in the I ESTA I
{- Office 15-18 Earnhardt Bids. as the FTing! Gil-pet; the Winged country she wean flannel and wool jersey :' = 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house, out i
'. House 117 Woodford Ave. Hon, that lies through the clouds, in the new !browns and gray-greens and = house, fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large grounds-only
e and nnmerouV,other ,like flabbergasting beige shades. AH the brown hades are :
Telephone 82-Office 2 rings conceptions I'! ad ally! brought to good,especially! the dust desert and earth : = 3 Vis miles from Fort Myers on Lee County Boulevard Low =
House 3 rings ? "
life And. as for its presentation in browBJ, fur shades dead lea, bark and '' ; ARE YOU IN THE I == price Easy terms S
African. Fawn is one of the new tans
this city' Tha, Thief.. of Bagdad": will
t I'alm-Lfe Park lias hard.surraC't'd' atmospheric and the gray-greens of the lichen order :
offer all the > effects a
w Streets! file feet remtnt kldewalks symphony orchestra, trained by the are very lovely. Dregs of wine, cherrybrandy CENSUS ? | Seminole Realty Co, Inc. | '
electric and water OR ."fJhUle..lte craoLetry and garnet we thei _
lights composer of the music! full scenic law icd. J I 230.1st Street. |
4 and stage effects a band of Arabian Ii
musicians with the Instruments of i
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their native country as well as a the philosopher in the Six per cent money builds a city. But insur-
Mohammedan Prayer Man. When year 89, was exiled from Rome and communities nuuulumluiuuliumiuiuunuilimiuuanumumiuiainuuunnnllunnluuwy I II !
A. L. White MATJRICH "The Thief of Bagdad" Is shown here Italy by the Domitian! edict against of 10,000 or more.
I Jame C..... Pinner there will be brought into use all the all philosophers.

r LEE Consulting Civil COUNTY and Engineers Structural on ATRER8\\ late including inventions Edison's of newest motion high-ten.pictures Chemicals in quantities so small as Fort Myers HAS 10,000 if all are listed. i I Baltimore Fort Myers |

I Bridges and Structural Zion silk and rubber screen. This not to injure fish or pUnt life are be- = .
Florida.ra1m.Le c.I
Fort lljrer latter .device holds the illumination ing placed in ponds\ and creeks of FIVE days left to the dead line!! =
', -., '. With!!!!. reflection, providing a clearer New Jersy to kill the mosquito wigglers : I poli&\;
Park has >eight hundred picture, than heretofore, I which have Jaws and feed on -*, Send i in your name and lit of others with =I II Carrying out its established giving Fort I ;
beautiful fcwsreslUs. bacteria and other minute forms of addresses to the Chamber of Commerce if = territory, the
*A gold';plated walking stick witha life. :: : you Myers and surrounding broadestpossible _= 1
} I IllllllllillllllllllllllllUUIIimilllllimill.' .!!! perfume holder in the top was car- I:: h., )-'e:not been counted. water transportation service the 5 :
ried by !teary the VIiI. Magnetic Finger Saxes TroubleA '
: _"Build With Brick"!

i, long rod with a magnetic device -
r-. =I For Building Con- on the end, controlled by a thumb !i McClure & Wood Company RoyaiPainii1ine ;

g General and Blrtlayer :: struction and switch on for the picking handle nuts, was screws recently and invented REALTORS = I I

= RepairingSEE : other bits of Iron or steel out of partsof
:: CentractvrEE ::
= machinery where they have fallen 110 ,Hendry Street Phone 212-2 rings. Announces Inauguration of Regular All-Water =
Brick and Tile Bungalows = accidentally. The rod is attached to
5 a Specialty =- automobile battery terminals and can I = Freight service between Baltimore and Fort Myers via.. S ,,
5 The Fort Myers Build- be t bent in any shape. It can pick ilnnnnnunnnunnunnnnnnnnnnnnunnnnnunnunnnnuuonnnnnnnnn,7 I I '" _. j -
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: and Heal Estate
Box 937-Fort Mjer

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f J'alra-Lee ed ever Park one has hundred already Fort Interest Myers 1 St Jhip ; I

sites people, Mho hare purchased':home-' -Jf.I I Fort Myers C Company |

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4 = Tri- eekly Freight and Pasanger Service between S

All kinds of roofs applied repaired I
; I and painted. We do It 4 Boun ton
right. nuniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii 111111111ttI111111111111111111111Illlllllllt' 'I '
't 218 Lee St. Phone 404 ,JS there any auto neces- "
4 : ti" sity yon might need! It uiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBBiii. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiimii{
aa. drive by this store.
We are sure to hare what 9iJrfda =

S r G, A. LONGBRAKE, M.\ D. you want. ,,

Temporary, office "Eferythlng for the Car" ., Clean andSafefr Ice I

at residence Hours: 11.12-2-4, 897 2nd. St, Auto Supply D rye /ona tarn I _

Store T Chicago-st. Louis : i

: Phone 407 The Floridan caters especially to those who demandthe S .When you Pq| ,ice: in.; a ;: :; .. :

:1. utmost In travel comfort and convenience. The drink or upon any .of 3

1 1)4 many special features incorporated in this.'Solid s your foods; yd want to abe ;

GLA.SSES' Pullman all-Steel train are the result of years of study sure of Is purity.

GRADY FITSPatla de Le of high-class l _travel requirements. Observation, Your health demands a
[ club and dining cars. Valet and maid service. '

I > 1 1:< ) KcunSIONSDaily 'S LY. Fort Myirt .4:00.... such precaut t1 d
ROYAL'PALM PARE I*. Ja.kMMill. _1:110 L"
You will fina 5.
Ar. at. Lenin II:IS** -_ ours unusually ,
Bordertae, the Ar. Ckiuio ;M M> ;
.fi All Water.frbnt privileges Except Sundayto ,clean ree from =
'i reserved for.lot owners / 3 sediment andjnpuritiesof i

?I' See P. ED. TATEN the Gulf oe Semoie: : all Jdna ; a
I' Royaf 'Palm Iark' Fort Myers Steamer DIXIE :
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Florida's popular reason
I *+FOB\ HYEBS ''JEWELBY CO. \ ,t. j service throughout-on time arrivals. Pullman ble; weight anest and
Leans 8:00 C:00 .
,1t ',I -i Jew: eS., : Lm.J '. Jo p.m.Fear 4 observation and dining cars. service j and .
r regular.
and Mfg. Optician! hours on Sanlbel Beach Lw. Fwt Years __I:4SL"LIr. :
S Optometrist .. JackMivill _.10:00 6.. .
Ir t -- Eyea.te ted. .. ..glasses fitted .:Bound trip 1. ,aulbel, sue) -Ar St Lwiii 7IS;: a. .. :-. b .
229 First St. Fort Myers, :Fla. Ar.: CkiMt -= 45 s." : PS
E nnd trip Captlva, For tafor sti... schedules l aid descriptive feU r wU .1 .r writ
.. ,, \ I C. D. CLARK C. .i.lal Agent E. It. VAUGHN. TraxRi. PituifW pa lt
St 71 ale .Swine. BuMwi lie C. tral A>M... (Italiam. Drat C.) .
The Raymond Ways Fishing: Bathing I t TAMPA FLA.k T. '

BOAT BUILDING. ;. \ 3 life .
k Co.
; BEP1IBI OV' ALI \.0 'KITDS -Firl Shells Southern\

t We Give Quiet Senle' : ce iiilli
Marine Supplies rLarne EtetY For farther Information calf at 46

Gear cutting aid M aae City, Dock or Phone ISi I, = j. x. SIXES, s Irv wH
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-D. R. England the man who 110LY WEEK JSEKV1CES: I'' WASH1NGTONS WIN I Crosier organizations; are In Cincin. y ,

ADVERTISING RATES make the Samrille roads goable.was The Lenten services at Saint j jLuke's r WlV\ STUDIO INSTAllS nati. '

RATES P4 THdiSE! COLUMNS here Saturday drawing his payroll church during holy week are :! BASKETBALL GAMEIn I Organ recitals will be a regular
r LEAcii ISSUE ACL'OILO1NJ ;:in-i.'I FROM$LZL eo1 Ii"YI F'OT F. YOU: EACH SLLLCr.WORD as follows: Litany service every ateraoon !- !: feature of Crosier WLW programs !
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words the \ nRP'uuLi be at
wade will
and Include alao the name and addreee or box numllt'r.tent. "W..too. etc.. at 4:30.: Good Friday tiered! ] the first gain of the seasonwith E UlIJIRilT7FR 1 I \! end the! finest organists
6-pt type like this. 1 cent a word for each day. -F. M. Fuller formerly manager will! be a three hours service :rom :, an out of town team the l Ir.c-.1;i the console which is located: in the t ,

8-pt type like this. 2 cents a word for each day8Pt of the Bradford Hotel here and who 12 to 3 at which there will be medi-' junior high' l h.a"i.ete-..rs geld the large ensemble .studio and visible to
the east ions from from : George Washington junior high team: i Music W Wurlitzcr spectators: who ri-it the Crosley ;
type lib this!, :3 rents a word for each day. has been running a hotel on tat the seven sayings j from the new $26.
: < .. 10-pt type like this 4 coast for the past season, has closed the cross. j 1 from Tempt to a 19! to 15;; point score orfan and orchestra unit will : plant.
> : cents a word for each day.
':t ;: his hotel and is apendins; a few daysIn These services are open to the rublie. ]jen the juaiur high court Satarday ; be heard by the radio audience with- : Sunday School services; broadcast -i
:; 10-pt type like this 5 cents a word for each day. Fort Myres.N. You are invited. I IIUMKSOME afternooa. r( iu a few weeks. lu installation and I in the nutroias on Sunday will be
.. )JIXI1IUM lUTE I under the handicap 1 I augmented with this new organ. Radario .-
Tile locals played completion! in the
4 *U i tavninx; is nearing
':' .N erUFn:'rt will .t. taunted tor leg has 25 cents for Cant Inser- 'I
$ ;., .. ., '. tins A. Bell of Tampa the well- ivmrioir j of not having: practiced for two \V L W studies :* or ca-dio ;'aye requiring nu-
_t -.sits AdeertleemenG. ordered ALTERNATE lUYS known insurance man. Is here for a Tho .I'aSm City Realty Company >! weeks. The Tampa tears has been acire :: Dtdicatiou> of this wonderful in- f in-rons effects will be given: with .
x :ii,1".1'" ', "t, cent per word per w.ord.ln uiaitioe to to the ruB.reguwar on rote on day.i Point wU!type be,charted and 1 cent 1-% few days while he checks up his with offices under the Grand Central'Ilstel j( throughout. the season and were''I: sir'meut. built especially for radio greater fidelity to Affects by the unit- l J

-:. on weer slues. TERMS agents. He was accompanied here by on :Mitn street has: greatly Improved In tip top share for the game Saturday !, bro.tdcwill mark another r orchestra! which has every conceive ,

Cash ;n advance Agent Courtland Cox. of Punta Gor- the interior of the office ,,'ithnew | which doubtless accounts for step in Towel Crosier. Jr's-desire. to 'able instrument electrically controlled 1

F J1.CO.cotlce-No "Card of TloankaM. *-Resolutions"! inserted for .teas thanFor da formerly of Fort Mjrers.S. rugs and handsome wicker fur- :this: margin.:: I'provide the very finest music obtainable !I by the organist. This unit-orches
your own f.rot..ti bring nitnrt. I Vera Hamilton of Tampa starred for [ for the radio listeners.'With I tea is a part of the WnriiUerEAD ouaD. i
: aartUine correctly typewritten.
This paper I' not ret.i.oiniit fur m.stakes :1 advtrtisc-rntmt telephoned In. W. Binker and D. A. Clark who Palms and other shrubs in pots tie! visitors, scoring 10 pointy in &11.I this marvelous: organ; in the Il l

'x .- have been conducting the subscription grace the room and cither "Doc"I Laura Wilde and Ruby Williams 'studio of W LV :L will OK posbiiile COLDS :!
'--- Fort flyers, there showed well for the home term to better recitals than has ,boon '
the give
campaign of Wllligford or J- N. Freeney are up it M.l"la spoon i'Wepo...:' '
V FOR SALK \ Press for the past six weeks left Sun- most of the time to take care tf busi, r fias; five points! each. the exrcrlL-ne:: In the past whore b apply fiev'T' np nostrils. c: I
j f __ MISCELLANEOUS day: for Dart ow. where they will put ness. Miss Vera Maiming, of Tiiapa.: :: was broadcasting: station' hid:: ta bring
'Ot" *""*- S. ,) 10"*. 11 1-! mile : I ':
Record.C. referee. Miss Grace Graham the user their music from some remote V8CKS
YOU-NEJ.- the Barlow organ
sAlesmlii for
i road : ;. No waste lands-lle.;ji>0 a real' estate on a contest ..
teeMere..ronfo". t >" direct to Inter.n with a budge touring car? J'-ox 42. -C. D. Gcddes. post commander of pjre- place through the stations.
r aer.V.. E. I'uniia pring.... Fla. i iI 'f/1/ VA PO RUB j H 4
utral J 'at. der '
'j i .eoa. .. -3tC'. ,4.4-p. D. Gordon formerly of the the Babe n.) Wilkinson Post American 1 Miss Pear Bullock coach for the Cinetoaiati !already fastens: << throughout o.-ITMoJ'Yo- '
;; Arcadia now of theDeSoto Legion; left Sunday morning for St. j I locals said that she doubted if her the world: t>r its music! aDd raa.s. -t
- }o'OI1 MALE-Graded milk cowsirilli JA I1.IGAIXo: adjoining I railroad, Gordon Hotel f I
give K01'0"Cow and calf su.3e, fur packing or "':>.r"hou.111 hotel Columbia. S. C, is in I Augustine to attend the state convention team would\ play another'game this J JJ clans will become' even better know.i"' :
e. Carlton r- heifer frenben won S.OO.. 'w.-rifu-e Ik. this. w -k.-Cash. Inquire Fire business today. Ha Is of the Legion. Rev. Spencer left J season even though their had re- through the broadcasting of organ; WANTED: CLEAN COTTON
e J.r. partment '-'-itc- the city on '
a;1 t Buckingham, 1-1&. ,, looking over Fort Myers and her fUture Saturday afternoon for the same 'j ceired challenges from several other recitals: by the Crowley station headquarters R.\GS AT ONCE. PRESS OF- If" .
l Oft SALl<::-ln ntuon thirty. ; East;: ] meeting. I schools. of both the Wnrlitzer :and ,,, FICE. '
} Stadler Farnnn. thten, a ... tracts. prospects. I
,$.; n49. U. and ,.. 'ice on either tract -- .. -- ..- .
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$11I.00 per ''re nHIU.1IO! cash. balan.-e I Personal MentionA.
one, two three' and four per ,
ant W. Ii. 1Uuser. x".F"rti: Mya -
er.. Florida. t.J-ttp. .& 1

ri FOIt SALJ3 Pedigreed wlre-halied- G. Daughtry of Samvllle, was "
terrier pupa> "onths old. Two males here on business Saturday. ;;. .'t'1 a.
f' 150.00 eac females .. -' .
'-{ J35.00 each. Oy.prees ;. \.." ... ..
Iai ge. Naples t'la. '" 7\
s11ten.FOI ..
*t J ril ( ** "3
IIerlrt Wttmeyer was called to ..
: automobile: TJI.VDB-1M bee acres Auto Exchange.land for a J.good L.. Tampa Saturday 'afternoon! on account : I ; "xW 1.
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C t l
b Clifton. t-16teoI'on of the illness of his father. t. l&fe1'4 < ,- ?.

: 8ALE-Lumt..r and material InwarrhoUM :.; } : .{ .:'!... .:....... .. :.'
-4_ building, corner Jackson -Dr. A. E. Dewey. of Halgrlm. was : .1 '
and Bay Street. ; to be taken down and ". \ :! H\ it fed"' :. \
x moved at once Apply G, M. HHtman. over Saturday having pro Gresham '\ _._ t ; "" _
f" 'I. _;;. .: 4-i-uc work on him for a stiff hevk .' ** : ,.*'* k."T.. ,,. .-' ._i. -. ,
to "." FOR SAUj--Two extra good Investment ," t1\, ; 1-'bNlIr.r.'! r, "1riU M1j--\; '- t (I" _
bouaea. One house right in business -,11'. E. Crayton find Judge E. G. .... \ : ; "" : ; t"t' {\ I; J. :. .'K ;, .- :- & .:
fiction, the other lees than C bockS out. ft r.: : ..! '::1't.. .
4 ,:: Turner\ and Lrn.tr. loom t. Lon BlUg.IXJT Wilkison of Naples were in town on ..." \ !\ ,4 ;' : ....,c ..'"" .. .'4 .,' :"J., '
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business '. I'-tJ. I.tr.t tft f7 : "' h'' i.---' .,
this morning. k-
-Corner Unity and Central :ISiitJi"A :*! : i ..t.r. :..
"j \ ,, ,
at |M 0 cash. MvClnre *' "' ; --
Wood : 'j'r.'oi! !!! I\\; .''' .. : ,
'i.A .
k Company -2-3tc -Capt: W. D. Collier and Cart. J. __.1"" t "Jt : 1i; .. ,.. -= 1 .I. ... "\ 'f ...:' : -.. ., "Z
FOR. 6ALB-One girls wheel gotMTcon- C. Bye of Alarco' were In the.city. this a- :... .. ,, '..r.- .. \1 ..... "'-i.. Jr.1 :- I
litk>n. used short time. Inquire Grand ::
Central Hotel. morning.J. J '; : tlrit ,tt. _: ffl .. ,

4-S-stp. iF :.;}!":' '" J'\J! ff ) .'.1', 'ft.-fL.- ..".. F. ':
FUR SAUK::-Flint touring car used only'I : 1ff ... .
{ abort time especially priu-d for UUM.K F. Glover who has been In .. 'I' .p..J\ t- :t r.l.. "rf.., i',1 '

8t-sal*. Auto Supply store, 12i JarKHoa I t South Carolina since January, .has returned .- .. :( q. t "if .. ):: _. 1
4-C-ltc. -
I I to Fort Myers. >.
t :" ; : 1' -=
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FOIl 8ALK-2V arres in Colder County: .. 4 .
near Marco. 4 room houae. Roy fau-I Clarenre .Oodson, who is em- f.'I ... & _' ; : ;--:- ::.: -:... _
non 31 WlUard street for further Infor t x "
mation. .... ., ,
esp ployed at Everglades, was attendingto .
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business here : < ,", 'I. l. '
; FOR SALEri fine home, Saturday., ', .... z=-: .. : !' -. .- ;:j -.:-:.. ..
: 7' well furnished all modern: _. ._.. >- '
', -T. J. Barnes of Bonita Springs! il: ?_ .
: t improvements ... *
overlooking the __
t wall here this morning and says that ; \ .
:*;, Caloosahatchee less than ten --- -=- .
: he U not a real estate man but ,that <, t -u--\
minutes drive from business! I real estate is active In Bonita. .... '..,

r:. -- -' One center.hundred Price is acres-with Right.. a' .longattractive I James E. llcndry jr.. and Bard L. ; :-, The
4 _: Orange River front- Hendry returned home Saturday t

age $200.00 per acre if sold at night; from a two"ra trip .to Tampa ..
'3i :i once. 'Bradenton and Sarasota. America will be at Coral Gables1 : t

? :: Eighty acres with Orange River [ ,:

:- -frontage, a short distance -.D. A. ,5troud. ,of .1la r1m.' -was .
; frown Lee Co. Boulevard. Good here Saturday and says he is almost' \

:. .: roads and improved property on l sure the'new-Seaboard r ad..W crossJ.OT1CK : ; HE great Bowman: Biltmore Hotel and sports project at Coral .Gables :

two sides has' the. three essentials JIaJlrlm. ,'t is the largest which has ever been launched in this country-and for :" '
\. '!, -elevation, drainage and :: TOW U\\iEBS:! t t, /,
.' t. these reasons: f
fertility. $200.00 per acre I .. have northern clients for large and .4 .J -'*, "-

Real' S. R.Estate Wade Co.with 60 The Jackson'St.4,5ltp.Fidelity. care mall 1'2 !to>aio acreage."-U,d.it,also Leon."ill .l'y city!! Glades you)property.to Loan sae If WI and you at ', ,. <:. ? '. ; The. Miami-Biltmore Country Club will cost, with the fine i 18-: : ; i 1

Manager.Investment _Co., W. E. HUUted.- Sale.-:tc.XOTICKToriHE .t :L ?;., .L', hole golf course, $1OOOooo-and is the finest ,country club ,in ::; ... t
; America. i
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'" FOR KENT ; -:; ; AU .: : t -, ". i
Hues will be due Tuesday night. -
FOB RENT-6 room unfurnished house members" of the club active at or regular honor The Miami-Biltmore Hotel at Coral Gables :will cost S5.0oo.ooo-and will be 50 years in advance_ of,allpf,.the,finest '.
In Cast Fort Myers. Apply POInsettia ary. are urged to pay same :
I-l&-tfe. noting .Tuesday, ateht. Fine..wkli !hotels in the world. t
Cat :
fait to Ad* -
__ be tinvoiied! .on those who pay. : i .:

FOR RENT-four HtreeL room 12'I.W house per with month.bath IV (,1RCCITCuT.. 1JTH JTD\M.\J .,t ..,- i

Apply on,'_ Heitman to :Mr. Webb 311 Hoopla 1..3.31p.street. TUB IRCIIT(;'OI'NTY. OK H01UDA OF LEE., IJf? AND:! FOB The Miami-Biltmore Casino t to be erected on the newly acquired 6-mile frontage of Coral Gables on Bjscayne.i ,Bay :-, of : x.

: 'i*'.-KATTEB'OF'THK AD1I1'Y. ;vi3 j ur.r-qualled: anywhere in beauty of architecture, setting and sumptuous appointments, and will cost $2,000,000. ,.,
FOR:, RENT-Very nice rooms by IHYR1TJOX! OF THF. IHTATE; :: OF ... 'i' ,
week or month. 24S. Lee.SL .1.16tfcr. .. '. JI.VBV' E.:: MECE EpfUEOROK : ,,' '

FOR RENT. -Rooms at. 408 Second St. I1t.\.TOL'V. ..UEXUBf.VADiilS13- ., : The three fine golf courses, polo fields driving) clubs, tennis courts, yacht. basins and all of the other.refinements of .; i

,-. i3ticor Mr'To'* John Kate C. Anders McDermiO.Jtrs.'Jtrr.S. )I. 'Walker.HesterGromartie _-. ", the Bowman project. tie up and interlock every unit and detail of the scheme. ,; .

FOR RENT-Rooms by day week. and Mr*. Newell Martin, residents r a :oi
Two blocks' from Post Office ZOS Sec of Lon County. Florida. Sirs ;' r
-. ond street corner of Garrett J16tfa.t Fannie hay Van' May Crunt Maratta.a resident. '\Tie 'Jannla of Miami ; ) : Mr. John McEntee, Bowman, In the \Vestchester-Biltmore, at Rye, New York, now owns and conducts the most noto "- : }

i -j' FOR 'RENT-Furnl lad apartment. with Dade County. Florida, and to ifr hx; center at the time and is planning the Coral Gables project on infinitely broader with the .a' '
garage for one or x' months. Cheap I Brasle I Gregory, a resident of Qutncy ., sports present : lines sole t
' 'It taken \hls" week at !fcBS iFlortda,: anti to .,VIII)* J. Henilry a resident '. t" .
Phone 91. 1-6-Ztp.1 of Ilendry County Florida and to purpose of insuring to, this section the largest and finest sports center in America. r :.
> 'I all persons having or claiming any Interieat -
FOR KENT Furnished C room modern !I ot ,any klr.J. ".1 be'irs-at-law"er If 4t..' t

1.burmlaw.W f hone No.May 104.,IM. until SelVwm'x-r.-.-7tp. I otherwise U* County.of Mary Fleild B.,-And now ra deceased formerly'of In .. The Miami-Biltmore Country Club is now rapidly near completion. The big hotel is under construction, and will ;"- } -

FOR 'RE\'J -four room' apartment furnlsh and seed\
J.4L,,children* ,1201. ->ottag.AMR ,I of one Alva(1) of! also Block an Eleven undivided I U-> one-naif of the town Interest :;4i'.. e ) ;the end of the year. Every phase of the building program has been completely! financed: and the entre( project will .,ie? t.

:t' WANTJEDWANTEI la of the Section-east half" tenty-fonr.of the nonheatQuarter townaUlp ." pushed! to rapid completion. The' opening of the hotel will be the big event of the season next year. : .
.' Forty-three .South. lianife twenty- -t e
IKIveoa east. _.: : :Al9o.J the following .. :

h' >-to for borrow> years.$1. 0for First Mqrti Improvements -- described, Florida t lands to-situated wit;: !Government'in Hendry: County Lot*. .I Every section in Coral Gables will be greatly benefited by this mammoth undertaking. The man'or woman who .

r rag.For 00 i close. la small tract.. Box.4-t-Stp.. : SlSJyera. : .. One. Two quarter nineteen and of Three the loSroahlp'soqlh-weit and "the Forty-three quarter<< northwest t-:4 Invests here now is hearing the call of opportunity early-and taking full advantage of buying in advance of the large r
of wction
BoARDERs WANTED-At ill Oarrett South. Range twenty-eight east: i, ;':'., increase in property value which this great work insures. j jti'
Street. Good: meala and room61 Mow you and each: of you and an other .
week & persons known or unknown whether -t-i
per minors ora maids the
Ao.'TED-To trade equity In well 1021 In the 'Htate of } ..or,ia l
frat""d lot for goal Car. Address states of America or any territory of .;.' Let tu take ;you to Miami and Coral Cables with no cost or obligation to ;you. Our a ,
XYZ ?are Preen tic<< the saU rr United wherever States.you; or piaf In a 'be.foreign'country ., are : DeLax Highway Pullman: Coaches leave each week for Coral Gables, making a delightful ,;

1vANTED-Someone. to stay .and'on two J hereby administrator! notified' "of r that the George estate of M.the Hendry.said ** tight-teeing tour along the Indian River and Bucayne; .Bay patting through Palm Beach. .. j
1 with housework
and help y
In this court Ft. Lauderdale and points ofinterett in Miami. Transportation frees For full I
l Children. Good pay. Apply Mrs. JAW I doceUent has filed 'petition many, is
., d Bartleson. Phone U7- 4 togs' I of praying said for lands an and order to to'pell take the possession same at ,''. particular and to make reservation call at the heal Coral Gables office.

WANTED '. of i either private or public sale for U e-payment Ye ..
jrO -
t t care T TOE An... H. ot debta. and you and each of you
Clawvon. 1U Hough street. < .tf-2t7 -. i art herebycoramanifea to show cauae tf 4 '
s .: r any )ou have, before hla court. on or r
ANTED TO' KENT-small bungalow beforethe J.th lgotot.! April l'.gia why ..
Iurnl\hd for summer. Answer 2Icar !said Order ; nh 5
rreas Office. .....Ztp. I day<< of February 1325.Witnes ; CORAL CABLES
*. the HONORABLE CEO.. .. W. J
: \f..L'I1TED-Glrl. or woman to asmst with \VUITEHtrRST. Judira. I
_ Box cooking 807. and car t.R'f children.- 1 Write ';So"",=!.3-2.. S.,
,.. .- -Lee park Is m sae kimdred and .
; : LOST eight sere.rltrn6 grore turned Into .E
*" I
V ."
beanUfnT homeslte.. 2-le.tfa 4
t ; LIST your property with ns It you want I _
-ate vs.
.. It c...hl. OmlnoU Realty Company. I ,.
Inc. Phone $21-
!: I
::: j Goodyear cord tire JJiS. In aHnew .t all kinds, Incladinr furniture laws < ... i
Cadillac tire cover on Punta roeI" mowers and puns, UCbt jnannfaaBrT
T. W. Par- 1
da-Fort Myers roadi3otlty -
egg y
' tone Arcadia: or n. Ptees Ft A* B.Witle tiva _
, ; South 'if R. V- (tossingf's .
LOST-white and UverttekfSnale. Pointer.
Notify H. M Sbe.--o d. d .' i
4.4 ttc
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R t'Y
'{ l.osT-Piarnond :War PIlL R ...rd. R<-

Phartpacy.f Mtur* to. K. Q- lUcbards Repl 4-4-stc.Palm HENRY C. .COOPER 7a'Ciam ) .ziercL2 4g- .


Realty CQU! ,

;r White. cWlT.8T.Baa'Leghorn taring$12 per. 7 -"!ne. jMessfst 40 Miles' of '\ "ater FronU '

Ball a Poultry'-f..r'V'' '..JlId'_y' F1>.,' Investor and Speculator:
? '-Foil REPAIRS ntntslls=On'v r>inlt1 Yi Ine re1"1. Th directly."road to'la"me Moneymakersleads' 'Ererytlins I'ffter \ :<. '. :; l.: ,.) GeorgeEMcrridi, i ,
, hmneholii go otr'n-- '
1r South .. ,t
f'V' SHort Street has Ibe 0. K. Uwp. a '
Sb p'ooa
;: 1 Eggs Fat ) : .
l'anIit ao..iag. ; .. ...
o hare anything good let '
If :
itte you
;:; --1ir&J4 j-11 me handle It for you and then b, Executive Offices Administration Building:, Coral 1 Cables, Miami,, Fla.

I .;::.:. -AUNTaouao mate 0"-ea BALn"E-t iliac, Ent....wJU'w1Y Punta.Dot",'veherwreiw_I'V.. any aa...,, .*.atoh( .. .resnlu.... u. '" '-Let's' --.,',!'cot'' ._ Fort Myers Office l 234 First Street

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I, r. \ ,s!w... \\"u' '- bia( ob boy faulty equipment! ... .. 181 (I romantic association, for exhibition I Ion '
h4, 11 tla4iu4\ could have I lOAD DRIVING CAUSES faulty" highway conditions.., 214 i School Nurses Successfully
i, that date. It is her desire that the t 'I
t ti i i1t l Vt 'fc" VM H*, U U Mad been pro- The Itetllll"ll( | ( statement of the citizens of Fort Myers share these i Used in Massachusetts\ ,
!H [w 1a' t 'i hAa ,,1\lvl1l\ The asPft ; : causes of a'ltI"nt I shows that 711 or precious treasures with her by inspecting -t
1i4 t".t "It bad.' .
+ ('oaf 4 W NNwI4*"tttlNad\ 4If"at times.' HIGHWAY/ ACCIDENTS I more were reused than 40 by pr reckless tent of or the careless total. j them Thursday And her particular i I Ii
I annual
# ..,beM,, jJ.yt ""fll nilrn.,1( wish that the children of our Until the advent of the school'\ school physician with the
N Orltlnr i.
; city view them because of the educational nurse, health in ruralMassachusetts 'physical i examination and makes Independent -
\\ Not "' '''". .lor A great' Statistics I Of the 311 'idents caused programs
ot highway accidents' Ins set byt 1 j value "Miss Roper. who Is' were inadequate inspection of pupils and i
i ZSr"f"Y IiY N lltw+r h "i\\, "Iuat(, \ was volvlng motor vehicles, which PM faulty highway Vail #1 kiMtlaN cV'- 11'kvN'' will they to point clearly to congestion of traffic reused l (IT narrow roadways and 150 ter-In-law of :Mrs. Walter Gordon Roper was: the only feature, though some pUs and confers with parents in regard ';

3 \) m as the principal cause have recently t to v kiddy' kurfarm I one of three donors of Stone ;: towns made provision for oral hygi- to health problems. A recent Investigation -
3I A w-- 41tw' been complied from newspaper :Mountain to the Confederate Memorial -:!ene Eighty towns of less than ,OOt) '' by' the State department { .
I \\\S"'t Itt\1C paurpaper'NMN & reports o faccldents: in the States of ;: Association. |population have been conducting den- of education shows that fully 99 percent
i Kooits11ou. ': m #xaiNg ,11NN1, 1\\ w., the '.boattuNltt Montana Oregoa and Washington hy> II An Opportunity I These pieces include some of the I tal clinics for one or more years. of the pupils attending public J

\' at1l,, tlewsperto.\ It.rar' ,Ice the llureau of Public Roads of the For Art Lovers;, lace used on the christening robe of Some had traveling clinics operating schools in Massachusetts are: receiving '
'4'I'( '.. t4 rt Weal'ic- United' States Department of Agrl Ceneral: Gordon's mother. In the col- the benefit of school-nursing
under the auspices of farm bureau"" JI
.Iwtt ll 4k ,- IVa+gtMttloa 'dtthl' AAtly'. papa' T'dar "e U I'rea' culture The bureau's study shows I MWhulom| wl'h---- with -I lection are some rare Valenciennes while others were conducted in coop- I service.lt'SEs. 4
t* a j.m ttpg. )v t X'MM #saa tk# \'t n. \.. YNttt! MarUM otupaNy that\ Montana with the lowest rpgU- periwigs casfiKkm dating back to the sixteenth century eration with municipal authorities\ y
j pip 1 H 1 tt Vl Pia w..i #tw'salt aNd a rally, btt'<< *** 'III aer.r drernatea t1Mi tlAyae 10J AM\ #\Itlj ttaa lLSCJt a. "a\'U' ulet Iuc accidents. per 1,000 cars, while Wash- gentility: lare has been exhibited in the Metropolitan :\ I i the American Red Cross. { : M1IK.LT IIUUVIY :
I One of the most alluring I
'tk.h'' early" surreaa. "Maabattax with, the largest Museum, and which has been es- -
book Tfc registration
j kilatertwls Ittllaa, M.wld' jliutou Mru I Since the enactment of legislation i I
< npportllnitlell
J VT i in the history
be 1ladaasa"" startle' Jack tkmpesyINd |hu the moat accidents 1.000 cribed by Ickle, the celebrated Swiss one of the world's oldest.narrow-
t phot.graphs4 .Mt water' aNd per cars.
ot Fort I U 1 he (requiring; employment of school
Myrrs to sponsored by Yal-I
t1 shown to "tma slwNhaa.owrnlY, U..:. lee tkamtti, s'. New _If.. hstella: 1M does not agree with national the U 1) ('. Chapter for the Library collector"as the "Mother of All nurses In all towns:: improvement his gag railways is owned by the Duken'
I tsar gut ready. tw all- estimates which encienne because as he explained, Devonshire at Eaton! Englaad.
Te11o'1hes indicate
", will b* dc"*. tkte sNlwat+r. Nag "tN that the end Club House fund on Thursday, been marked. The nurse helps the
color at liut%, .v'u."t.., did "* .n,1 out ream of rate ot accidents decreases with increased U,) patter so rare in design and tex- i It was bn;!It in 1894 to transport sup .
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publhityt- U. did' sot. u. ,., a New numbers. ture could be found in all the mu- of comment and tremendous inter.*.,i plies to Eaton:: Hall from a station ;
I.its: will hr in the form of a nil
\ork .v mU. writer vH tie>> tip that During a period of eight monthsnwllpll"'r vet (lea and a program of reading and ; seums of Europe!: to connoisseurs of America! lare/!: 'st four miles away, Now It is used ;
THE MOVIES ar* darelapiag a do I. and In the exceptional collection of to tr. nsporl the Duke's guests about }
l"empsey was gowfta a uo reports of 1,606 accidentsIn music i I cities. Hence the r. DC f"1 1
conscience. II-11N' laIaa.u taata'. I'I'\\k\l1' ouUat rtf-tit< thin sum the Three states metntloned were I Mahnes is the Bravant pattern, usedon that those of F(1rtIyers who truly tl" < ,aue The gage of the railroad -
For yean you leave suft r 4, \\... a air' The sport writer went after the secured, and four the accounts given niece Miss Ixmllc General Cordon Roper Cordon the the robes of the little Belgian love beaut.-and in a natural ,'uvlronment l "- on,% *.:. inches
of John R has
big studio made flop, .v. ..'Wthat's I I
a. rvv I Crown Prince.
t irr Otbrs followed It was news. the causes of accidents classified as graciously consented to lend to the :: of such loveliness as Fort ":7- <
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too bad and procdd to p.U It carried. prominently' all over follows remark- Myers who does not '-will welcome
I warn : Chapter her wonderful collection of' This treasury of lace is so r
the _,..
buck about i
I .
wbo. wu to ,
Then In* satin: a* news. That was smart. Faulty operation by driver 1020 rare old laces, appealing!;; In their ar- able in pattern, selection and age this unusual opportunity to be present Rouge is colored from a preparation -
they forgot It and shipped h out!'Moat movU turn would bare rushed Faults of others than drivers 181 tistic beauty, their antiquity and their''that!its exhibition would be a matter,I Thursday made from the cochineal insect
to !
theaters, making th "m play 'It --- -- -
'ito; the newspapers with their story I _..._ _.
to get the good ogee Recently a dir' .-|'a ivmpwy flint, Thus It would have I 'r.->---r--: : :: = cPf ---"- r- "-t.... ''' !t
rector made melodrama Metro- _
a tor -e
treated accordingly. :1
publicity and .
Goldwyn-Mayer. It was bad, liarI"I 1 Oscar did nothing unethical. He I Is i +..
Rapt, one of the new type of !
A newspaper man. He knew he had a ,
lion chiefs refused to forget lu* He
real news story, lie sat stilt He waited s
called a of his studio workers
group for the boys to come get the news.I.
together and they jaued It up." They I I They did. Oscar came into the movies.
kidded- In
spas They kept some when William' Gibbs McAdoo headed
of the thrills. The net result Is excellent i
the company of Doug Mary. Chaplinand
entertainment. It will please Griffith when It was first organ-! I
you cash customers. That's the right !
teed, some years ago. He had left
spirit When more ot the big studio "
West Virginia to loin the McAdoo regime I $ t
executives get that refreshing to ter- '
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when William Gibbs Mac was
get the flops"idea, we will have fewer
railroads. Oscar andI
bossing all our
ruined evenings. are great buddies. We organized Associated -i
Producers in 1910, with i I
YOU UNDOUBTEDLY WONDER George Loane Tucker, Thomas III .: !orNotorCrOwners! <<
why' you see so many terrible storieson nee. Mickey Nellan. Alan Dwan.!
the screen. The real reason Is that Maurice Tourneur and Mack Sennett. i /
producers have never been willing to
We brought them $600.000 at encourage and develop writers workIng .
cent with which to make movies. It "
direct for the movies.'They bave
has never been done before or since.
persisted In buying books and plays
Oscar and I made one mistake-instead
for their supposed "box office Talue.I ." -
of making the boys mind us, we
wish a few million of yon fans I let them boss their own affairs, and ,
'would take the trouble to flood the
they' soon proved that they couldn't.It
studios with letters explaining that
,was my fault., I stood on the corner -
you don't go to movies because they i
of Forty-third Street and Broad- I
are made from a play' yon never
I way and convinced Oscar that the pP0
)beard of that ran a few months In! -
director made the movie and so
New York. I know that most of this
should be his own boss and made all
author "box office value" Is a lotta
the profit I know better now Very
Applesauce. You know It. It's your,I Qc
few great directors are good business GASOLINE
job to tell 'em. W1l1yoll write a letteror
men. Incidentally Jack McDermott !
continue to suffer se ,
who" directed "Temporary Husbands"that
funny farce where Sid Chaplin I
Tully Marshall] and Owen Moore wore
s'' gonna be a grand lady in the movies -
those funny beards and registeredsuch :

back again-I spent very a whole soon. The day with curls Mary are "Manhattan a riot, is going Madness"to direct for Dempsey Os--I Motor car owners of this city can now get MOTOPO\ TER-Th' ,

bean this week food to and see say"Our It' Mary does the coming old car. .. Gasoline that ,Lubricates! This is the motor fuel which has created sucha

a back great in girl the No stuff more we 'high all love.hat"She's costume BRICK WORK BEGUNThe tremendous sensation in other cities where it has been introduced. Its -.;

spectacles for Mary. She'i gon-I foundations addition has been instantaneous-it has made friends the millions
J na give us a chance one more to laugh for the to popularity by ;
and with.that lovable the east aide of the Morgan Hotel are
cry that fights with the boys. I'm in and the work of tearing away the It means new life for your motor, more mileage -fewer repair bills.

for that and I know you all are. Of east wall of the hotel began wall this MOTOPOWER contains injurious chemicals acids. It is absolutely
all the folks in Hollywood Mary and morning. In place of the frame no or

pair.Dong Royalty are the what most not genuinely and what loved have there There will will be one be a of large solid store brick built.room guaranteed not to injure the finest; motor or carburetor.

smaller the side ot I 's
and a one on east
visit studio
yon the with great regu- 1
the old hotel Bricklayers were to begin .
larity. You can bump into a count, a
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now 'moat any day but I find Mary
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the years I bare known them. collected in the single month ot
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