The Fort Myers press
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 Material Information
Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 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: UF00079929:00084
 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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Fire WDd Turkey Gobblers ,lndYTboplng Think, Fort Myers lYpferaht t> Any + + Y Palm Beach County' Clean Way For ,Us* On Art-milted List of Accede.'
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Unless there Is a Ditch In his (1',1 m Beach PofIt)- '
; Mr, and Mrs., Thomas A. Edison plan, Mr. Harris Jt'the t OiSMtic projects destined to revo- the Fort Myers high) school '
manager Arcade .has
been placed on the State
ittfo ize the transportation<< facilities accredited
hue returned from a motor trip to Theatre k
expects to b v well 'I list of senior '' "t
et Ptabn nigh schools:
Beach county foreseen according
Immokale where Mr. Edison was !known movie star appear In Fort I were I to official
M file result of the notification received
I meeting yesterday I
Myers shortly to look
consulting William Brown the Indian over the ground by SnperlateDrnt J. I
and II gt the board of county commissiMMr Orr

" trader. Several years ago Mr. making consider a series of the two possibilities reel remedies of I II I *. wjhatM moat outstanding action yesterday W. S. Cawthon.from State Saperintendent a '.

Edison was at Immokalee and made in sad around Port Myerx. was to call an election on May '
It 13 for tM $MJIOO> bond issue for The Fort Myers high school is also ";,k. i
arrangement through Mr. Brown \o is a well known fart: : i in UP thea- j I the '
.f Evergladen. roads. accredited list of the Aasoda'i+, '
\ make, records of Indian I tries) world that there bas herD at I tion of College 'a t 3,
and ,
singing and t' i At this same meeting foundations Secondary "
tendency of 'fate for i !
motion plot are .
of the .
Seminolt songs Before the records wee' laid for a prospective bead States. This .f:
g could be made Mr. Edison ccmpani and to get away from HollyWood | 1 lane to widen the Ocean boulevard list has been out for some time andthe I
was attacked California, and the photography I 1I .
I floss PalM Beach local school was placed thereon ; i
1I to Boca Ratone
to I
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by Illness n.d the songs of the loyally made pictuiv. i without
at feast a single recercatfen. .
30 feet aad to continue
The City of Palms, 1I I the
never'recorded. : cow: running atl I I Ooean.JeyanJ northward The school on the accredited list

t On the trip' tt) Immokalee the party i the Arcade is so good Mr. Harris is., I Keleey City to Stuart at all place from means that the graduates of thin.

ill were treated to a thrill when four. confident that pictures canbe made; : where there to M Csean road. The school can eater practically any college -
equally as good in Fort Myers as they
t, old turkey gobblers ,broke cover en i can anywhere in the country. II 4t bojdewd a4 brUces at Kelsey City in the. Baited Stated without examination.
sad >BSviera A student can make the
the right side of the road and ran Herbert Wales a representative of t nave already been cared
r across, a burn in plain sight and the : one of the larger film ( Yw 1 for financially in the $;3)ti 0. i' Inventor greatly enjoyed seefag'the DL viewed the first showing "om&nh".1 $1..,.. issues voted several weeks high school regardlee of the size of l
; the city, and receive
age the
it same
lf. beSaaW rain and kept it up to of Palms at the theatre last night and was pointed out. he has i
Imntokalee and by the time the party he was very enthusiastic over the This project would provide for a here. This \ill something to be ;:
II proud of.
reached ,ibis ,Collier county hamlet possibilities! He requested Wore 30-foot boulevard from the Boca stone -
the bottom fell out and the rain came leaving: the city that a print ,of this ABOVE. THOMAS .\. EDI SOX i inlet to the Palm Beach inlet, It means that the standards of. eduM.k _
< >n are Just! as high In Fort Myers gas "
I down in chests Some Seminole picture be shipped to their sew{ York thence across a bridge to the mainland -
AID H. \ to Riviera the are any other s oft he best m 3
were camped in, four miles of Immo- office so that th* production aaniger s up shore to
schools of
: the It Is '
talee ut K rained so hard that Mr. of 'hls company could look it'enrer.: A FLORIDA RUBBER TREE. > a w the bridge leading across to the difficult: to maintain couatry.tb very i.;.
|is high standard
Edison did not go to see them which A print of the film will bfteWpped w fan at Kelsey City thence north

be _had desiredvery: much to do.. to New, York as leon 'a| it'fini 4e\ % r'- WPI: EB: RIGHT HARVEY! fi.; FIRE- 4 s sSTyS t.> Stuart aerial In the event that the proposed population.in view of It the Is necessary rapidly increasing to main ;" ;
ferry across the Lake
FttonJ 'a "Gillette"The ( its present run at the Arcade and / AS HE LOOKS WITH A :; Worth inlet should be built the tain a faculty the member* of which.are ""

I party, started on the return those Interested are looking'Sjltwardeagerly continuity of the boulevard would be properly certified by the stat i
to the report after bpne leteen 1t h'YACHE, LOWER RIGHT EDISON .
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trip and all at once a dart;, moving ; .' t t I unbroken. and who meet the edu. .:
in JT ew York. : i
object was seen along the side of f ANti: WRESTOXE IN; COXFER- t t j j As a third indication of the coun- cetfenal qualifications: a. to college; ;:f

the. road.-; :When the car reached It i ty's interest in good roads, the com- degrees. t 2:
i BKCE UKUEn PALM TREES. CENTER. s" r b ;J' z Jw The maximum
Ur,. ,Edison exclaimed "It's nothing missioner authorized: the county en- teaching- load foraeh. .
I l.ata, 'Gillette: for such is his term ELKS CONVENTION'' HENRY FORD. gineer while he is estimating the cost teacher must not -be violated. :
fur. the Florida razorback. of the boulevard project to make an Tfceee requirements have been met bv .
Soon Jhe fain; stopped and the BUD I L I II estimate of the cost of widening the the local high school for several

appeared making the raindrops on MAY COME TO fORT: N/ J1i t : I{entire length of the protest Dixie years The present term which Is f J -
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the, bushes sparkle like numerable i -- j highway throughout'the county.to soon to close has been a most! successful t f

diamond*., A swallow-tailed kite was; "Florida will manufacture rubber I j 30 feet one. The following are the .
yet. j
discovered MYERS f WI826Motorcadt rolls:
this a rare gird
Florida. Mr. .Edison ia much interested 1 1fi The quotation given above is from a ton\tei sation with Thos. A. Edison, the scientific wizard. To Attend Meetlyig< --- --- I

'in birds and the car was stopped ,I It was a part of the answer to a question of the.cditlF of the Fort Myers\ Press to Mr. Edison i i iJ In keeping with their action on | i

to- allow him to watqh: the kite. l 4r Off tit LattliBd On J! about what was being accomplished in the growing of ru'ober. and what he thought about the' road matters during: the meeting the CHAMBER COMMERCEASSISTING i

It .la sold' 'to be tho most graceful of '$'uenday' April 35th To ( ultimate 'sufccess of growing rubber commareially in Florida. "Florida will manufacture rubberyet. J! commissioners late yesterday voted I a +

y. the bird I family when in flight. It (,Contention | ." It certainly is very important that it should 'f I IJ to attend in a body with County Engineer

does:'not leave its nest in the manfpendlcalarly _! t ,; J 1. Ql! tinuing.i Sir. Edisont9f. the_ rubbg; tree, that are growing in Florida SL on hisJ George Butter the meeting ofmeeting. CETO h

I. ,I .."; +s ;!Kt:> ., ..lrd.but..MHDl. der'r it 'P'brt''S't tErrTnM 'g' fs-raW I anri_ to be 4 held April

r .. Into the air, and deccnds roient Order o{ Elk,',are [ is raising near LaBelle. Plants that once well started will grow like a hay crop, :and: can.be. 110;,i and 17 in Jacksonville. The asso4ation tODAY z
Inthe [
Thenest ;
to fts.sett NUMERATION
Is built on the extreme maaner.tip of a arranging lor a big; motorcade to cut and the rubber extracted in a plant especially equipped for the purpose. "%;-. & j is sponsoring a movement for
i Lakeland to attend the state conven- I rubber from trees by a vatmuirprocesswhich / surfaced road from Maine to
Mr. Edison also told of his plans for extracting the s
. limb or tree'.o that the bird! which I
iJon i
.of Elks which wflr held ia I
be it thought .will ram the j Key Vest for "defe lse. -commerce,
would eliminate great deal of the labor costa factor which} is ,
great a
has. a, expanse of wing, can 'i
6 Mrs ( Town
Lakeland on April 23:i and 29th. Thejars 'agriculture Pier Locating People Who
alight safely. This wasa" second business injthis country, if it cannot be reduced. For as Mr. Edison says, the wages of common'laborers ; industry !,
Hate Beestherlooked.
In the motorcade will be Kay
I bird the gaily the rubber of Asia abcut forty cents a day, while here the common I Il |j i Paramount ,ia interest at the pres- .. t
t thrill .to, .,see. as' rare a as lecorated with, the Elks' colors and on plantations are ''i time is the coming bond election i. -e ...-1
. kite. -I, Fort Myers signs and pennants. l laborers would get $3.00 a day tat. least. But if therubber, tan be extracted by a vacuum process rut interests --.:...-
which t
May 12. Jd
I I. ,, :Third Thrill a TrIo Soni t&lag lka! eevcntf-tiye members j a very large part of the cost of producing crude rubber will be eliminated and. the pro- I oa throughout the'/countr have been I. Falling In with the suggestions :

r Two whooping crane were seen have agreed' iq go and It is duction of rubber commercially will be launched in this,'state. Mr. Edison exhibited some tine working for many months, and In regard made by the Fort Myera. Tress r.es-: ;

i, and when the car wu stopped a wild hoped;that at l S8t 160 members crude rubber that he had manufactured from juice extracted; from a rubber tree on Ms home 1 to whkh representatives of Tarioos r terday evening; the chamber of com

turkey gobbler which ,was keeping will attend as.It. "l3.tb1t -intention of place in Fort<
f' company with the pair of cranes ran ; the Fort Myers dike (9 secure the when. taltiig; about this method of extracting rubber by a vacuum process and is i Sonthunng.It see the commissioners. ol Palm !in checking: up the! cltisenshlp of f

away 'acmes the' open space Into the r 926 convention for Fort Myers. is easy to believe that he will successfully plan a way to do this very thing. Mr. Edison is 1 1I. Beach county. Fort, Myers!: that she may recehe '

rough. The cranes remained l and Themotorcade\ will leave= Fort My- satisfied( that :Mr. Ford and Mr. Firestone will manufacture. rubber in this country before very '' Six Glade: CoadoTW credit for the full number she posesse's. *-
'one did a randeville stunt to amuse ers on the morning! of the 28th and I.long. hond issttc $!* to fever the The t"hamber.has, 'discovered '
the Wizard. 'It did a fandango inulront I will( arrive in Lakeland ia plenty of '. construction of six r"'als: tn: the Everglades t that there are a number people.who
ot the other crane and bowed ime for the opening ot the conven- The (Allowing 'N. E. A. Service artlflo rubber In retaliation for the! of new sources ol; rufoei supply, analWWiO and is here!! to tvi-rea-ml a .claim that they have- never been

and scraped and went through all the Uc.u. Elk say Uiat now the roads' from Akron Ohio, tells afore of ,crude: rubber restriction aCt $ ( to the Pepstiatent of Agriculture compromise l>et Ha tic: Interest! ia 1 found by the census enumerator!; It .
i; evolutions. a stage dancer. Mr. tote Fort Myers ate open there ia no the plans of the three friends who curtailed production. and BriUsh.1: for experiment*] purpose* i that section regarding: yu lira < is.stated. r\\ ,!
Edison' enjoyed the free exhibition. reason why Fort Myers can not se- !diiitoas big things at the Ford and I of raw product Be now has "a cbaifcteie organization .Weed the omit Bd4* arteries f Thfsmorning/ the banks had pads
Many fly catcher*::and king birds cure the convention' for nest; year if Edison<<; homes on McGregor Boulevard This suggestion now has become a In Liberia on the W4Ia5t. traOic. Ofttatimdlns'anwJs the -on-I[and pencils on their counters to acd
wpre'seen. en Toute. the proper .amount ot enthusiasm Isejected. [in thiq,'city: warning because of the furthering 'Ot Africa' operating/ a' jabber planta.tlea jeets is tie ctHnpleUoa of : I the name ot. those of their customer

}ti In, the' partr were Mr and Mrs. into the sinvitaticn. Thtre AKRON, Ohio April 7.-Thre I of the restriction act by Great l and-preparing to plant rubber- on eross-flfa'a higfe.- ::. UBiated who bad been missed to the roll ot
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pou r. Cant J. Fred Menge 'with force la- numbers. and for this 1&1 great 'American minds are 'about to Britain. :!'an extensive scale. 'UI),OQO. OJhct rc-Mii snit their estimated city membership Merchant are taking -
Charles,WoU 'as chauffeur of the Un-: a large; ,attetidence ot :Fort ..t'era'Elks ;engage Great Britain! In a trade war I And to this end Ford, Firestone j "The British. re: !trlctio? act, limits I costs arc as" follows! : Fsbo- the names of. their, employee and

z foln.Frederick': ''Ott followed !D' the at the eonveation {4 desired. .1] In, aa'-: effort,,to-sate millions of dollars a' -Edison- are bending tb i ij efforts tt L'tt 'production' and exportation" to Just.!Point to Cene> fads .k toooo: Den .' employes' families, te add to UM list ,

Ford. ? .; 4- That fort Alyer k..an 1deat pined j early to those affected by the j produce vnbber in, this country on j one-halt the n.ormtt' crop Firestone !glade to the" I IWfro 'canal lock j' and it is hoped that these three, r

-t T The party'reached: home at .::30. i for conventions: Is non acknowledged |; high price of rubber. V .large land: holdings In."'Florida. j[1 ears.. awake'to: the nft- |I fSfl.OOO means to cover the city thoroughly.

and Mr.' Edison enjoyed the trip Jaapite'ofj J by. nearly eFefyonetnd it is hoped I''.,' They are Henry Ford, Harvey S:l "Rubber restrictions',, this If ear will ;' TAmericans' must to/rellev*j Thu mat r of widening the bou- i Should yon, genii reader be one t ,,
? the Inclemency of' the tgtmenls. \ that the JHts of the state can be I Fjregtone and Thomas A. Edison. "i ot American car owners at .I as\ !I'eutt7 of doing some foreign thing 'Intt"rest.1.llevatrt' was'prosentdd to the commbalcraers j ot those who have sot been seen by f

.,: ". made to resliaa that tie' C'ty' of I| Two years ago Firestone, prominent i J100, k>0,00< and it very likely will be [,itie grip now modityA'IO held by Important: to our by Georg* )I. Osborne. tcc- Mr. Rivers sad: your name and the

Palma ia i just the place tor the uul1YenUon. tire! manufacturer, suggested i nearer ISOO.OOO.OOO," Firestone says ;i i"Every 'on a eon :* .]i. Continued on Page 5) names of the other members of your -

that America should produce its own I 10-cent advance In' the coat,i welfare_ __ and _prosperity.__ 5.--- ri I Immediate .family failed to be, placed .
ot crude: rubber means an additional! 'i;, .on the rolls-ot: the en,'. Inhabitants'report
..ITR' CITY ROTARY1f..fJEI'fORT Floh Picks A otherWi ri burden 'ot about $75,000,000 loaded'j'jI ; T Seete World Laurels {! at once to the chamber oC 1

I upon the American people.v 1 I i I commerce that you may be numberedamong ,\
; the many when the report: Is ".
: [ MYERS' !| SO 1'er Cut IB Tin-. ;", ]I I Jjt r*. i 'turned in. which most be done oa .' t

"About SO per cent of the world's J I ,April 15th j .
4 a' I [,supply of rubber is grown in the 1 1'British I "iYJy '
.k JM1YFIFJH y possessions; of the Far East. ; I t'' ,

.., ,:,,' .. ''America consumes 73 per cent .of, the I i Eloping Minister is :. I
-' F world's supply. Eighty per -tent-of t t t +

..Fart.. Xvr. .!itafClab... latltlng J'the robber consumed In America*, goes Forgiven by FamilyIBy I
+ ; ? into automobile and truck Urea
flai* ef District! f litre Fer.Meet, Rubber was around It cents a t i "MI. JU*.cl t.4'7"11) ;
r. SOUTH BEND.\ Ind,; April 7.-Wfl-
)lag. Gekd fresram P .Dlf ed.. 1 pound when the restriction act became -
;c > h VT.'Culp, a former minister of the
., .1 son f
operative. Today it Is. .200 t
the tatherot tea children
nit City o"For Myera higher and indications point to I I '
W, the -.,enter of' Kch.' 5 further advances." who.has eloped twice daring the pant r ".

'.,AcUvlty'on, ftlay',6th;' : _Ford. :Firestone and dillon Since. 'f ., two years has.:!returned to his family ill
has His
wlf him
and Us forgives
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decided. by"tbesPoet, : .
a. ) : been carrying oa extenalvtf.! investi- tCulp
Ian was.with Gee +
f1, Club ,today" noon'let cations Ia Florida.: On ,the Ford and
e : i >' hug ,22 year old l ister-lB-law
,: meeting: de -J
wbenthey.' : \ .: I' Edison eitAtea in Fort Myers, Florida, last February. nelIaye been living
b + 1
to invtte$ the ,clubs of "Swintr some Tery promising rubbet treVar
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\ In Chicago.: The authorities are not to
+ r'ark.sbring :
.tampa. Lakeland .
growing On the Ford
farm proeecnte- !hint. oa )his promise .to go .
.$ .; :andIlaatd't LaBelle cl on the government experimental -
''" to work and ao! njiport..hisfamUy ; :
inn'inter'Cite''meeifag'Ii: : farm near Gocoanat'Groveacme 4.- ter-ln-law, also her '
.has, returned to :
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; '... on?Ue !date. A 'commttt Varieties of rubber trees, plants basband.' -

or Clint! Bollck Walter" and shrubs are growing; In.a Terjr: eir-t i ... !
Ora E.:Chal Ia' waajap; con raging ''manner. --

Y ,ifj' )Ii' J ".|len.t-',Honaw; to' 'ar-; During a recent conference of" the tt i>t :, Well, Wriown PuWfetty f rt

,.. #.' proftram.Thia. 4 three men Ia $Florida Edlsoa made t
.,;,.,,!meet* *1s."[.afternoon. several important suggestions regarding MeR Xillei, at BBatoR r ,
i' tke, ,'work:;goingl.Ofcavta :. : new processes of- extraction-t j, '--- >.#
> was ckalrawo of ted tpmethlng different from:the:methods: A J tr t :.. 1 .fBJ't n. :As.eetate0 press) :

wefet aad the::eWet"'feature*' of fc now, 'in vogue In the" Far E atiriantatien 1 :BOSTO.V, 'April 7-:-U, 'B Patton _.
I 'were' report, from:the; t 11 '+ + aged; (X golf,edlctet ef the Bostoa'

>totary 'Oeatereneelv. -, "-; : .IB. IIHerla. 6 "1 v earal4.'feU'' ) eta! ''death! this morn-
........, -were' RoUd : t It Ks believed br: Edicoa that JBSTjatly.tniproTed 5ojr from UK fourth floor window ot .

t y has or,$ fl1ille*.TWA-\,- method of extraction. his apartment -while be was_ ban*!** '- twindow
f ,:_ C.::- Klrkpatrick' la bastentngjlelda.ot latex knows<< ag'aa: bad,
terry E.. Stepa. a. amateur: golfer,.,and ,
'erlh4 tae!! Sad :. Mid grp Uy f@diee. "of pvd ctk>n; only] recently, cctanteit froth Fl riu :

sack Ian'wttkthat Fretone.laidetermleeth' r atAmeriD :

"..:elaa belay tkte.eMb eanaHA $han' rednee tkpir: wtt !.bber., f l i SAINT: FETBB8 S e.: APT* 7Lmrey <... '" -

.. B* had *t *. -was !u triiin"'nlali. :is. Mitt "Ctn-'., ,.Faftoav who tow kSMI te BMI. i -
a tatter.reverted 7n- 'vote sA appro.r 'ietredndnj'Ednusrd', Vxacaftf "Zump&itt.'lealherwvighl"n cbaiwon: w'oeev tgaJbis *m. :aaM wall( brltt+ttt t ,
oe the or- ghee (]rep !E:one of the ates< 'ftad"oC >d1o'fe' : eR.J: .'l !glvfoS.'Sl00,0 4-'ta:: th.of f fc ta t anew: of,taraetld tip Dtaerarl W roust oaaLItaJ 'tile.......'ka IMd beet -. .

'tal' lit PYdsa .GorcJiI;;' ttsstntne beenly e aratnd, eel eL'8k t+t 141< ine 1itYOss q: .;:: : Coatmcrce;. +aic was e+,r twnai oat .eras Liu y>ot 7aL.hi'a 1 dealt ....>IItl us. fISOut abt : -

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man a on ,
,'"JB"OI'',THE ASSOCIATED The 'Royal Neighbors will have
I .. -pyr L N<1' ldebalfr'PH. 41 .ul..I" 1ltltJ64''tb FKESS fb''rw:; ,installment plan.: 'One'day :)he" 'came in and ;'a social "meeting !rat Pythian: Hall at

r:. ft wI.. ae edrt tttdtotala-n.w 4wp p&i>.r dal *UM to loesj it or n not..,.other.'pubSCTSCilPTICll paid a dollar, took Ms'r efpt'an : ;walked" but .1 !''-:JI in the evening.Y Y

'! 'Lc .. u ettaa:lif ''f eitl Idhoq'lrf rtry.dal dlaDitcha' retsy "P.1' ,Two'hours'later he l''Came inland4paid'1- ..' 'another 1.. t?, 1 I Part Myers: 'Rebek(( '].bdp;.? will
; s .-.arryd lldllai\ ::
I Sleet at 'the 'Knights.'of! Pythias Hall
; (
' s r ,g C7 ,
Ia 1M.. Collier,_Charlotte Outside .L* Collier .Qtar..1 "Well/' said the j jovial jeweler, "business!' I iy !; S p. m. An onember urged to be
!I" : .p- and li.adrt, VDtJ.., lott.'and HencJl'J' Coaa: .. i iu..8EnL'I8iting lte foll.ah's cordl-
.. .
p 0I1. 'J4.onth ,*! 'must be getting better.!
I I tally Invited. ,
.b.ME _
.1.11 Thi. ontha l 1.74 iIi
( . j . I e "
.:-- 1.11 SIx JfOnuta' S eo '' TpL 11ELD11? $Y lw
i .. .. p No. suh business ain't bettah. I'sejes Ii
.,' -Tear' + ... I !One gear VV .. .. &.iO V ; no i .. The Tort flyers Klwanls .1, i
'Wetry Iron r..oo' < workin' fastah. i ." r '
.- 'XTM'8 Club will meet for their I
,. .. Priw'61zVHoothti 1"
Th WMtLl7.Port.if r. _it.rs

t There is a world of homely philosophy' ;: $...,......*/"r@guar)at the meeting Franklin and luncheon Arms-

Q > R :i concealed; that colored'man's reply:' "1es' w p 1 W I I I Motel at 12 o'clock n Oft.

''Workin fastah. lie exhibiting the
was I ---

V Nl "T1ty1V1.' tDITOnaL. Spirit 'that conquers the wilderness, builds I TItul"idayIriJ, Mntfa i
: 11925
: 14'15 commonwealths and founds busy cities. Just I ('. D. ('. Chapter of Fort :Slyera.:

: V. ASSOCIATION 'working, faster and making up. Silver Tea an.l Exhibition of Rare:
I I.ace. Franklin Arms from 3 to "6 In

leafierOtithlrli*I.w..per btialen'e :a.i* hHU.. Working faster will make up for slowing I the afternoon.

,-.r 'tetMlerfloldda Prose Itttclatfofe.1taBWl : business. Working faster will make' good I.

.r&. J. Hdaletwr.lee! business'better. Working faster is Infinitely I.I ROOT 'RHEUMATISM

Vernier Seati, F1.dda* ,Pren lisoeltikta.Tuesday I
better than slowing and whining 'about
up // 1 I No more stiff joints no more stabs
business conditions. The whiner is going //Q I iir the muscles no more aching''pains
Afternoon' ,'April l".192.5 : from rheumatism. 'Sounds too goodto
works 'faster is
> 'broke while the man who be true but it is true.
., '; building "for better things. XEONARDrS ELIXIR FOR
; THE'BLOOD will'cure'onrrheuinatism -
) BIBLE THOUGHT FORrODAY! More and faster workers. More honest enable your to move around.,

open-:4..Vst'thin8'haiid! 'sweat. 3Iore love for the' job. More interest :with 'perfect freedom make you
feel like It drives
'- r ,r : CF US i iO anew person.
in the \vork j" the poison from the system. Don't
L, ,, dfeytty'living. 'things Psalm 14516. 4O !
-wait but try it now. You will feel ;
The solution of our: economic ills is not the results almost with the first
fe'v. .
t far to' seek dose.LEONARDFS.
1'xtifk'lr! >YT:VlttSS TL1TFOBM r S
-: .V -- -f -_ .
K V Working faster, and, at the same time do- THE BLOOD strengthens and in.
i V B 4gtaff lad Uak ti.. JatJo1l. I vigorates'tones'and -sUmt&tes the
s a'lhttdr.eertafs: plait far Vaalflpal Water ing better work, is very much In order just now, whole system. Insist on LEON.

,' +iae.:.:: -- r : everywhere. Prosperity or even h lf- 'osperitYI > ARDI-S ELIXIR the )'C11owr.

V.r 'r- ;Wiw Fiwt' r'litW4. Park fend Municipal ledl- cannot continue with so very little"loafing on the I package. At &;!3 drug ists.

,. .
.1ortUa. 'job," as is in evidence. Millions upon millions of

,.; "r' .....179na&. .Jtft1 yarL. ., dollars are being worse than wasted 'because of >VV:\NE-nSTlTI'Tt1 ,, mussen, Uekn Smith, Verna Frae'drick. Only One of I rare biblical editions by unlTersityand ,
srtM.&ldge. to CIWkeft llarbi .< the }slacking:; in work, and because 'of the effi- Honor Koll I I public 'libfartea."Tyndale's .
.. :bMMlt 7N66t +eylttiY6'to'Provide 1atraaeehr Old Bible
'-c Low-Mrs. Milteer, teacher. f English : work shaped the whole
....,,'8.Ng -IIMa.' 'cie'ridy i in much of the work'that being done. Donald Ilanney, Clarence Ash, Pris- Second High-H. Alford. teacher. I course of succeeding translations

A4- TCdet1d. "dt-'Lee! :C..atj'e'Sntei. .r H...... This 'woik-slacking and inefficiency is not cilla Sylvest, Dick Richards i El vine Jones, Ruth Williams Ange- from the famous Corerdale Bible to

I! !e =.;.:.iitdit 'dY'halahil''I'riD'aad. foil .[,eft'J' Fourth High---Miss Fletcher teacher. [line Shellabarger Rufus Albritton, WASHIXOTOX, April 7.The Bible the 'King James Version '1611" the
1 : r1'kJi r tseaelr _. .. I: confined to any particular line of employment; it Clarence Bryant Oenevive Morris, (, Robert, Buckner, Charles Chandler. "still completely overtops all other"beat statement continued. "Pastors and

I ,' '}BmtWeatl.a .t'Hlilwaye he''ag' Plaating .f is general. 'Take, for instance the present conditions Mattie Scott, Areca Stone 'Irene 'WIl- Second 'High-A Orr Teacher. I sellers'." Dr. Samuel: McCrea Sunday school 'Workers are 'being

: ">; .C.NIlh1'CIaa .aiag Taala" Trail Clecrf iaiss.Fail of railroads in England. Expenses most liam's. Martha Batty, 'Florence Farabee. Barbara Covert general secretary' of the Fed- trged by"the council to stress the Im-

I .r.-.. .y...d C. nl.i" Jtiyi1 Palm,- tlle.gs.r ly sages, have increased enormously, :by millions Fourth" H I g h -Reibling Miss Crawford. : Hendry, 'Frances Fair -Milteer, eral a Council statement of calling Churches attention said todayin to portance the of this The anniversary throughout
tea her. Eleanor Ruby : year. translation the
$ t9ililettMd "h1i"J""" of dollars annually "until 'it deems the limit has Helen Danison, Ernest Magaha.ood ,
Saverly, Hunter Kelley, I the 400th anniversary of the first Bible from the original 'tongue Tyndale'
Mary -
'!" _'.'.. '... t i& .ce. i ... .' been 'reached. It will be 'reached 'and 'that very Roebke, Helen :AppleyardFifth 1 1 I Kemp WGrade translation of the New Testament I'I heroism and martyrdom and

v: 'I"', ., f; ;. goon, -under present conditions- of operating expenses Lew-Mrs. English, 'teacher. ''I One, Higher-Miss Pearl from Greek into English, to be observed I thepower of the printing press are

4 '-,""" <. _. !:, A Uft".SURAT"ONCB: ,, f far exceeding revenues:, __ Ruby:GjIffln. Ins May Gordon, RathMarfiuiau Patch 'teacher. Glenn Smith, Jesse Hhia year. subjects suggested for discussion."
10 ; '. > ':i"\ i ". :' rei" Joel Albritton:. 'Ralph Des I Hires, Carlnee Bylaska, Dan Fisher I Only one copy of the English Bible The International Council of Rell- -

h .?JEI' el, ti'f' thoSe :who"haVa' the bet "mj. : ? workin''festab" will do very much to- Rochers. Kehoe, Ray Lee Smith printed by William Tyndale: its translator gibus Education Chicago, 'is promoting -

M.y 't ti'ft' ,.. 91's at heart'who haVe "' ward'staying the "coming of the evil day. With Fifth Low-Miss 'Pearce, teacher. I 'Grade 'One 'Mrs.: Shelley teacher. I Is extant, the statement said, interest 'in the movement 'as are

Z ,,;' S stoat; hob i'Seaboard J fund. Tfot because notV faster work,'with doing more in every work-day Naomi Ash, Ford Curry. Bofford Curry, Nannie and it is at 'Bristol. England. Tyndale's the American Bible Society, the

4r, : .td: want--the -Seaboard "to- 'Fort and with -more efficiency, the. awful 'waste of Fifth High-Miss Miller, teacher Pigott J life and work will receive special American Library Association, and _
;:4V .Yer8.: >ut because- :they think the whole -matter .time',and'money can-be saved. Both. need saving I Katberyn Simmons, :not thy 'Watson. First High Mrs. Gladney teacher. which attention will bring during forth the exhibits observance ot, the Publishers.National Association of 'Book :

;, $t1;be'JMfI8Ied: 'without",their, -h lp. Many of very badly, Fifth High Iliss Sanders, teacher. Charles Slappey.-Rexford Gilliam !

'thel1,have the .jdea,that no action ,is necessary As" with ;'human 'enaur nce, there 'is a limit'to man Mary Fannie Lois Foxworthy McDonald, -Lena'Catherine March- William Kennedy, Waldo 'Farabee, .
I Albert Colcord, Hutchinson.
9 *.:;; Rl.\P. *ti>f.>Fort Myers-that the Seaboard, business ability: ; beyond which buSiness'cannot Smith: x. Grade Three-Mrs. Daniel'teacher Outbursts of Everett True ;By Condo

"wiB'1idt9ia er-werdo.'our-parf 'or not;. We go 'and prosper;; beyond 'which'--employment- -SIxth Low TJrs. Hays, teacher. Marguerite Blasinglm: "NelHe Colcord.
'W !Il\tW8t'!dl fJtbS r"ped le voald!think'-the''matter. not :be"'given.: It 'is'easy to"see what the consequences Ines Trulnck. iDorthea Standley. I I Sara Chambers Mary Elizabeth Grlf- (It* THIS Gve1at. Zw. il2ST TtM -:

J VY 4M". 1 :.tW-e''err''mtld1''Want: the!Seabodrd, will be V'when that limit'"and that line i 'SIxth 'HtghMlss. Burns teacher. fis, J. "V. 'Giddens, J. W. Phillips. HAyE VSAQPOITCD 'ME V

...... 'nee of Jt'is'very'a-re8.t.1 We< want it-and has'b En! 'reichdI.-Time. : =Union.. Elizabeth Collier Dorothy :Ludlow. Frank 'Pope. so -exGOT E{ K'GfYtS IIWOvrrflN
: 1ff: need.Jt..t ] Ambrose Wilkinson AlVin King.
the'.very.' : irliest possible! moment ; p;
/'. .f : )aDs,fan be> :laid and the trains can 'bei I Sixth High-Miss 'Moore, teacher. .1 yTHRCtr PAST THt

r 1tlon.,'..1t 1.8.o qny'fail"and.Just( ; that I LEr."r' i Glynn Bryant, Kolan'Durre. I "tlMt5 I4GRcm C'N ; I'M 3oMtTF.R
Companionship. .
::1: !
I | Seventh Low-Mrs. Bolick, teacher.
.',( Sel -ard.willing to come, and to come 1 J Lillian Bobrlng. Carita Bryan. VaWa: 'Oh. It Is pleasant, as It Is rare.'t 5 -- __ C RcJE6hT

.. ,!! the vviA furnish them:right! of way 'and! I ,Parrish. dad the 'same arm linked'In yours at W8
L' t e1'aIpat facilities,.that ,we should' raise the In 'religious life, asln the business'W rld. I Third 'HIgh-r-.Mrs. Cox teacher. 'forty whtfb at thirteen helped, It turnover
: 'CMeV 'do this.' Wecan: thus not'only;make the Cicero la AmtcItlH. or some
: the Value 'and 'importance of an annual 'taking of :Mary Randall, Valera Stoner, LncileWeatherford. '
at re,81.1I of 'frtendslilp. which thajounslieurt vcr1 t410't
IHItentftmg tale antique
Fort'-Myers but of its .
Lent is the of
'<.5.A 1RMI 1 stock fully-realized.? season I !! eeeu'then'was'blttutug to -= 1 -_
Atdlien-before'the'endtof the Third A Miss ON t
s r High Kellogg 4AlD
T iTT" of
; making 8' spiritual -inventory. For upwards ...
"1Wr., eetlt tiffBrd '' Field. .ath4l+ '''-O rl- rae"A. I
NI to Ras-
take k chance,on losing fifteen hundred the churches:have set aside 'teacher. U>uU -Dcnald
< ftft dt Jaffardto take : years
J a chance on' forty week'days'in the spring to check'up'spiritu-, The Old Home Town By Stanley

f2i likt$: df.he'lVeek: \the 'Seaboard ally. All denominations 'feel the necessity of ,
4 'and -Therdifferin -
/ llere'fdr'a'conferehce.must such an inspection retrospection. Now t7ey w Vi
1H'tMv .tbem.," '". .their methods but all agree that' such 'an ob- i P'e'RFA Y T SNES I bfOH t.'
4 r w
of the'season'of Lents: 'productlve of
:/: .you ba v f not;subscribed servance
o so at once:is wholesome results'it develop'great "fervency! 0 ttooui
/ ;
,oar .piea; f. rhave'subscribed, '
you and in- '
: can" in ,:higher standard I of right-living, anda
pr'fanae yeor sabecwption 4 it. Call subfteriptaon -
your -
t .
sacrificial service the :hurchgoingf .
more among
Bwvwteient l -
: a ,) ask some'member-of .
1k .
!,4he'. estnlluity tbttak it.hand it it in at the 'r'au l+AvC
f'ltfilller' olIOOlft' Merce.Bt1t'do: that s tuC'y'tNOEL K
not delay- Think'. Any custom -has such far-reaching rer : 'phi''M41Jfl
r r IT
.jtfwer'fOlttlM. AMI Oo'lt.t tnOITOW; suits is worth 'adhering Ho The Lenten .season M4 rIf K 6S 1T :1.AS Y rte

,_ti :" :: : ",, : . is upon us.' Thousands sincere men and'women o. PRoM 1 MoR c ... tov + SRY ,R9K \

:p ViMENnf -, refnow'practicing' me fornviof: -abstinence> .=kle-: Sb RRY t
., ,THAT' ; tjRt
V.. V ". _: Lilt tiring.thu selves some'pleasures! ,-giving up some
.' luxuries; Spending m retime: ''m"prayer and givindeeper'thougbttci1the .L-
N ,. boasts oaba'Iongest asphat Y vt= GOT To __ -
better thingsof
a;;. tic- tdfhwa y east'of the Rocky life;; they are"testing higher'andF their'religous iciency.. 1 ) torrtteEemuT rwanu; ? ttrc ___ C
JeHafJrom Wilsontovia
VtO Jile:' Wilming' The"proper"observance5of the 'Lenten :season will n.'oo O

,k} ?* ,ls' eee d .";tofee, a..'Coliimbia listaDce'of165 River m highway les.' It I make them)better.tnen' ,:arid? wbmen-and glorious'aster' 1 o0 S' / .
will find thembetterr for'aBfe
iah;1In 1eeh '8bekb t df.this of / Vt
t. of}igh and 1 wef'forgdod.The .Arcadian.
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tionfhlrlr lls lvi''2 *, in.the ..' '. :, .' .l.-I Succ.E35 LL Dec+
tb@ from, DEAI.S MAKE
: ;Oneof'theinost: : fortunate tilings for prohibition you slat. c
:,exico.. The ,odiy break;- Jn : I
fee ashort Udistaaee' i fn enforcement 'recently; happened
.-:: AI .. .; J Wte ;thfr"decision' ''Supreme'Court that pro.:

r .1.' '" ,. ndl.de ., ....ofiGed: are'Ol' 'I= Tiibition"'-agents'are: a aP4 s+
t 'tic..aR'8 'tW e ..s ..ilarMo the .Caiitnfaiativer:1 hoblle&which'are ()vbiously' ,used in the-?transpor- BIlSWC sr'MtauetR srwuar .wt'tk '' 0"f
to .... -
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"".;. ""PWOIIIe atwet, lines eve. TIor.&eJ.v-ement.I'; PO.

7'JMftey'on paving -I t :r
..tapita VV
of 1NPYlation.. V ORLt
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V 'fir coaIfYined base;which ,is kept : SAID : 6 1 1 Alt rrUp,50. ; CCGA rrs'o ,
res from ........e effect of water; secondly;; a 'l l ? .1 I KIN:.EAA.rr ; tat3 tK

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Itt : HEALTH ALKSPaltls 1 CougliRemedyrylotlier Shoe Reparing While 'You Wait
,1 .t f'1....; Gave Us Still Best i
t _. at'the Ball. l of the Foot f I GOOD WORKMANSHIP REASONABLE PRICES =
r >! N"+r i.s v pine Tar and Honey Beat ; William Rogers silverware coupons given away FREE ,_

Fl Idt..ted V ter Nalized-bas. delleatet lp -0 All Modern Drug I Prompt service given to mail orders. We pay return

'.i. J f -"nri, Oti')b. of;*_* ?feet:'of_tkS -, :", been In the thevsands custom of for families many rears It its to! "g age. Send us your old shoes-we do the rest. post'I'I {

"':...'...> I. this I.IP. Seloo/l a.uSat keg p pine tar and hooey alwara oahaad
.. .j II..,.,, wo '. 5 for coughs. chest colds. )r t- ,. i s -- SrSS1 .I\ort.cr74ot-&..,d..t.""\ l spasmodic Oar mothers croup, and knew throat thatft = ;

V :; 'l By 'WILLIAM !f. I Ia Jiotker" Irritation wa rood, that it often broke up' f__ Electric Shoe Shop ; : -
SCHOLL r!. D andthat .
0 II the worst covgh ta 24 boars
;_ .- j Voted TooJ I I it could b* given to young and g The Home of len's Fine-Sho- ;
Orthopedist and 1-: II the tt contains ao nari !
\'erycareful of ** _
i ; ! told that ia spite
And sow .0 are
h. Kot Ions; ago an elder'., ..gentle 5 t I laxative you gv& baby ot modern medical discoveries there tt11l1IRkillllnf J lllllllllllillliltllltnlll111111i i 1111181111iitllUlll11tlUUllllifflllillIIlIU I J Iii
+Ji Is sun BO better or quicker congHremedy i '
c man came .to me complaining of Th rev-n 4.0 wianr Bttbios become Doctors say the pipe. tar __ I
;: {, severe pains and cramps In the trrl rl"iulr ill: is ireqiieaUy: i because Quteklr loosens and removes tbphlescs .- I .
and congestion that cast : -
fit-. } :. forepart .of the foot. At times of the !;.iifttivt--s soak: ? leathers coosjhlnc. also heating sorencn. i -
y l ., they, became to severe he said give. J>j.fcti vice tha nay IK a!> while the boner not only elves a '
: : afie? was forced to immediately right for older e&ilu-xa are (requentlytoo Bleasaat taste bat helps soothe irritation. I
fJ' c1rr.'tie for b&bie, csp cittKjr 1 at .
: remove hu shoes and rub and compound, made
era the teething age. The original 1111 N@ lliI.
ii. toropress the toes before he ob. 1 ili'tfc**, be p.refuT I Give no other many years ago and used by million
I.;.. .tamed relief. MAKE of people was Dr. sears Pio -
h IT YOURSELF lexathe thin Dr. Mof tfs twUrinat Taj Boner.trhis is ecientiflcallycoiaspoMd t'lJe. I
Examination revealed that he f Babies au-hI' three sears of aze. of Just the right pr opus- l.b!
tattered from what I had suspected ThIs twine box is as conveclent It is a PaysUaan'n prescription sad lions of piaa tar honey ana other i- '!
part 'of. the foot Callosities had as It Is pretty: -a really very staple thoroughly eSean-es! the little stomach .cralck-actlnK. healing ingredients
, i" formed over the deprested bones. MeatlapYdiawP..t 4 x and pleasing thing ta mafcexAll liver sad kowea! vitboat. nausea. which aid in the quick beet rejlef.doctors If have yon foundto want J lyers"WI: i 1f,
i He. could not contain his weight on a..wee wins s.rnaaa.twa yon need is a tin can.Ute kind ipifafg. er ta!-r hnrafui suer: rtfects. ttte original and One best be sure : ;
the ball of his foot.without ewaatit Teetb'ma e.vsu only yet : get Dr. BelTs Pin -Tar I \. V. .
"iPJT pain which agon. you throw away every day wittt you would net *n."te tUe quick reliefit : end no other. Only 3 u. at any '. .
ran through the out a thought!!: some attractive! gia- sires Rafcjr fjr: far pod ciru2 st.. : J .
\ foot, thigh and back. S!NV Ftf of observation. ,
: USEFUL Through all-steel equipment
The per or a brigbt scrap ot- ere 17'1:1 BELL' ,
immediate of1 the( DR.
cause ,
J !
B'dl pct tout Babla
lad a tube of the best quality C.nJJ section sleeping '
trouble was a depression of the compartment drawing room
1 C X. MOtM'rr:, CO.. lo.v.mt..S. Go'TEEJr 'i
4 metatarsal bones which form a liquid clue. Punch a hoe! b the : ..ae dub and dining cars. Coaches on all trail?*
'. rroes-wise arch in the forepart of center of the cover of your box : ,
the foot The bones had been for the twine to pus tbrongh. Thea I Nl\ PJNEi.rt.IiOm l exceptDLXIEFLYERandTHEFLORIDAN.DbdelimiM .

'I' .. crowded down impinging upon theoJicate glue tbe covering around the OJM
branches of the digital by' gtaiag the two ends together. Builds 5e ,.8r Blbi: I falia-I.ce park Is a one tnndrr sad ixter'eYard

,1: .sews. which control toe moves It la not necessary to gi.ie:! it aU' efcjfbtj acre, clfrus grave turned late j
\ meets avd the delicate ,
round Ute can. Let the .. -- --- ----'-'- --- .
1, j '8luC'Ia""nd'' Wood vessels in' this -+ glue get 1It- .U fnl unue-.ltes. !.I -Ue.i .
eoaee ee roe A rasceee e.aracto.tcoescnowRNc most. dry bt fore you apply it ;to I .
J pytrt'of the foot. I immediately pw.seeMeA1AasAlsaa e f '
t pre/enibed'specially fitted surgical 7EaoUgaY.wslortpW' land .e1.. v mW fabric. Th 'i !if ivit! bald( smoutbty f "" "' -' t I. -

plates or anterior arch supports to massages are prescribed to and nermanel\t_____' 1 COOPER Die Aisle
restore the arch to its normal position help tone up the tissues and ; :F08S4UE i HENRY C. T. Flyer Limited Poets : j

k ,and thus relieve the Congestion muscles! 1':1.: -'.I! *" REPRESEXTISOSeminole ,.; i LT. FL ofyers E.T. 8:45 AM 4:00 PM A.C.L ;
and pressure upon, the nerves. I The bond in the forepart of the 1 'Fakesuicide I I Lv. jack'n'vle E.T. 9:45 PM 8:30 AM C t < .
fitted the arch supports to his feet foot i Realty Co. 1
are very delicate especially Ar. Albany :.ET. 315 AM PM
1... and was surprised to see that in when we consider that they help. 1 Flint 'Touring Car "', ; Ar. Macon ..:.C.T. S:4S AM : PM c.fGa. ... ,;
f a few minutes he could Jump upon to support the heavy human body. .. 1 Inc. :
1 Ar. A4nt"; ..C.T 8:35 A1 700 PM I
: : :
t the ball, of his foot, whereas I hadonly The nerve system of this part ..$""; : u3ed' i"time Messrs. Investor and Speculator: S'') .Ar. c.hat'n'p.C.T 12:51 PIo 10:56 PM N.c.aSu;. '
asked him if he .
could now the foot is complex and highly organized .
the road to mowey makers iea sdireetly At. Nash'vJe! C.T. S:2S PlI.l. 313 AM '\
place any weight,upon it- In two The metatarsal area Itself -,! T Ar. EV3ns'yt .C.T. 10:40 Pl 8OS AM LaN. f 114 ;,
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weeks or so he returned again!: : fives 'elasticity to the fore-1' It for to me. rerytktt "Ar. St Louis .C.T. 7:40 AM 1:35 PM 1G I
and the arch supports were refitted part of the foot; absorb stock: t t I I Y.iV V :, '.-.'.. i fee has the 0. K. staa. f At. Chicago ..CoT. 7:45 Al 4:10 PM T .,;
:, to his improved condition. He bad when the body's weight: is thrownupoqit ; If you have anything/ food Vet L .
no further trouble. or when the weightis I quick sale.I me handle it for you and rhea \ 4"
..This 'was quite typical case ehifted from ore side of the E watch results. Let's go! L c-zm Floridan and \;:,
for though metatarsalgia is a very foot to the other. It is the cross-.-4 !: :1
frequent foot trouble. it is rarely wise! or transverse arch in the' ti 4e 'R' 1 i '
recognized until a severe stage of of the foot and can b* ..- I I Store g i 1hSel1JJnoli :f'IJ
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pain is reached. Mechanical} sup plainly seen on the under side oS E' _, 4
port and correction of the weak the ball of the foot defined by 125 StESTABLISHED ; The The =:
ened arch is the only form of the little and great toes. Jackson i Floridan Seminole Rto
treatment that has proved sue. i Of (course when this delicate D ) LT. Ft ofers E.T. 4:00: PM 8:45 AM A-CL
eessfuL As Dr.; Loren the fame mechanism ia cramped aDd crowded [ j La. Jack'n'vla E.T.OO!/ All 10:00 PM : -,;
ous Viennese orthopedist, pointedout into short and narrow-toed I. V At. Albany _.E.T. 2:30 PM 3:45 AM Z
the bones of the arch woulddrop shoes, something is bound to give ------------,...---! n Ara Cormb1ss .C.T. 4:40 PM 5:55 AMC.M .ofGa. 1
of their own' weight unless ,way. Sprains sudden wrenching f A tAt.f Brm'i'hm.C-T. 10:00 pp.t: 11:50 t k
supported by the ligaments and jumping upon the toes, or excessive r. Ar. St. Lows .C.T 12:15 PM 7:30 AM L .R.R.
muscles. When they are restored dancing when the weight is IStOP .' c Ar'Chieago; ..C-T. 4:50 PM 8-U AM VIh -
*o normal position the pressure I carried upon the ball of the foot I ThV
/Upon nerve fibres is relieved and and the muscles of the arch are COUGHS { CHARLESTONStopover I I '' {
(rnsually. the congestion disappears overstrained; may weaken or da-. : i Soufhland
(rapidly. Often gentle exercises !stray the arch.: COLDS 1 H mt "

t CAPTIVA .I where they were pronounced equal I and Visit 0'y", Lv. Fort .Iyet'S .........ET $:45 AM A.C.I./ V t I

te Teal steak. i .. ""$ I Lv. Jacksonville ....n..E.T. 8:20 PM ,
r+ ., i '-Magnolia '. E 'j{ 'At. Alban,. ..............E.T. 1:45 AM 1
I Mr. Curtla, 'with Mr. Klsson as weather ia ideal but with" ltttle".LS.iaaeh : } i OUIC! I Y :, ....r '. r .Ar. Macon ................C-T. 4C5 AM C.of3a.. """"' ,
guide .took several of the Synderschnorioye The a i. :: : :: GarcksiB.. ..i' _.... t"D' : '
I --...... ; wlaj.la.gaftahe.liag 'c '. { J{ .. ---...- --- ). -- c. a -. .., -
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: on fishermen 'who ar: *baling togo out ", _"t.,' .;G.i.i '"'' :ft' 1' ."-V V -:- 'At. Louisviae ..........C.T 9:15 PM : I t r

,' last Saturday.night to the swamps on several miles'lntu'th ;*gulf rot them .Xloxine. mourned aa aad I .''Z aa4.Iftaa43. t i'" Ar. Cincinnati ......,.....C.T. 9:20 PM '
I :- Sanlbej'Island. A. .former expedition Serpa Wall AM P.R.R
'When Ortl'd abe bad: : freely assert, that noneJa: \ 0 I Ar Indianapolis: ..s..i.C.T. 645; TAr.
was more successful than this one. a* it was rct Columbus. O..1JT. AZl0 AMAr. .
I I on the former\ occasion one alligator Mr. any:' Mrs. Chadwick have been '''jumped to death in San IVnncb-c* FOLEY. Ute 1IOr14;; 1a aA ba3atltS1 anI i.' 1.1 I Grand Rapids ......C T. 1:4S PM ._

' was captured: alive and two were kill-' spending & few days >In Fort' :Myer :{Bay.alive Now in It Canada is learned and that that Koxir.eto ; her I! Wa'.J Galsworthy. "- f'.t 'AI' Chicago ............C-T. 7:55 AM

ed. The lire one was put in the Alligator visiting friends. "' ("dath." flaked by Joseph Weber.Who ( -' ,
was (Beautiful new, but in primeMiddleton
pool at Camp Gore and kept U paxine's ccon-3 husband. HON t ul I 1 y :' :r '
dprU b to ,4)) } .
and Mra.\ Baker and daughter I r DrtM-.uonress .:
there for aom time and then killed., Mr. ;The fake snide was tried to cover I. iL 1V j
, The sltJlt\\ was tanned by Mr. KUsonj t'ot| (:rott.Mtjr ark!; iu"ta *>f Mr. azdMrs.ellall. Vj tW tact that Koxine had married: 1875 t; U : -,

: 'and' the steaks ,served at'the School .."' 1C1a.\JmJ!!Joseph\ for without Insurance divoicins matte by aerpa.Serpa KfouflUBiawwlsa/! as I \ Place 1\: t 'LT. _.....E.T. ISO PM AC.L. r i

-r- to of the fake .uIdAle. (REFUSE SUBSTITUTES \ ; R' ;A2. Macon .............C-T. A4:45: AM c. faa.
led an ejiMwe Atlanta ............C.T. : AM J(
Masterpiece of a famous J ;

gardener using 1000 man ;, S..J.--.r-Y- C.Z-c-.ln- .
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-' 'r.--: years' of labor. Old Tudor i' A-ara..OhserwsllsOaM.
: Bungalow 5 rooms, bat ,.n w"p plastered, oak. floors, Mansion, still occupied. r" _-a.oo_ Jaw I.Y

. i lights; .aQ conveniences. The'price .$500 .Cash, balance ;. trains PoefweeINaso.a..uped.BeurWsr.a.,.....usIwflew

3 .rt1B. Modern Charleston is comfortable '- '
like rent. : ,, P. S. PATE. T.A. '
I .. a day 1 ; Historic Charleston --
i\ IcF fort Myers. Florida. Phone J12 '

t TAt Bomta Springs have ten .t re rae't' Tamiami Dl){ 7 is charming.Train ,

i t trail,''right in town. $300 per'acre. gete. this. Good. terras, e :Y schedules reservations.aad .
;J' i, complete Information from. A11rntic Coast Line
Jen acres'Lee County Bouletzard,,?ouy.acres bearing ? N. B. Parker. -:-j. Agent

:r ... grove, bal cleared, is all fence a.has, Jiouse( ; well and oth .' 'i. Phone ._.-_nLIT..--TT -- 512 I Ii

.conveniences, price* $500' 'tje-racrff' Terfns., ;. >,-':; .' i:***; > Fort :Myers,.Florida. I pIorGeorL&t i

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i ';"-, :,.+i Just off :Tamiami trait*!less t thfcnTtwpi! : mUes, from'city ..: t',' 1. ':<:, 'Chicaso ATLANTIC .1.1i

} 5+acres in grove? the price ia! OOQ per_acres Good : COAST LINE i .. ..,
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c-: 'Lisp your projwrtyJwHH; us. We'get results: DIXIE TT.TERLT. : South 1 :

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has been due not : Ir .. ,
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!J.(' '" ,.{','-whatwe friendfe have.have said said about of,as ourselves to their:,friends.-but\what\ oar: .'; .', :;' !.*..JaekumHH.St.,. Lois and ass._Cfcteac*io.._.. acrioea*.t tk*CbatotaaocCK. _- g ,< I .1 early. We; re. pdveady; With' ,e\f eryt1ng.th4'* ;set| ;'. '
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"' "word 'of;"mouth** 'advertis ,'. ";: UaswaUy Good Dining CM-Serca! a. ; .:',': r |13 !new ana autheacXittjth4; ;/ realm of.f a ,hiocuj t j= r. ;
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Ail Tfcrta Trans Masterly designed Frocks Ensemble Suits
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tfaet.or.in building up this UH:. : E .Wraps of rare charm and ,distinctive originality. S {
; been the, ATLA!'TIC COAST ftxp RAILROAD r, _
a' stitution '' ,,', '" U.Co o-ia Pssaeeger T-U Aral : t' : i Seldom.,has.anjr season seen such a fascinating 5 t, i -a
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spread across the flowing Thames on Richard the !Jon-Hearted.' during;!: : ::

top of beautiful arches. crusades in 1190. ruled that degree' Homes
EV yd"y. adio' There is Just a taint possibility that son in the army beneath the I- Bargains in Suburban -_
kTS c avi the bridge sentenced to death may of knight could play any sort of a -

try...tnIXA.L; nou-toJ &TABJK., _._ _._ receive a reprieve. No stone Is to be game for money. Knights and clergymen -/= 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house, out chouse
touched until July. By then the Lon- might do so, but no one was I= ; fruit trees fine shrubbery-large grounds-only ::
the death permitted to lose more than 20 shill Lee County .
don Council which passed g 31/2 miles from Fort Myers on
sentence concedes that there may be ings in one whole day and night under Easy terms .
i I"a new fact which will requIre consideration penalty of 100 shillings. price -
-- ," doubt it.
Most people
.jO' They fear that Rennie's great work,Is Seminole Realty Co., Inc.r' __
'., done for. CANCERS CURED "
>-.:....:, 'J At The 230-lst Street.

_. "-- v te+AawNC ,,".g ASTHMA mora The. Ke Ulcers nam Hospital X-IUy Burns cure Cancers.and Chronic Tn-I TI, I I IUtllnllltlllllillllUUII1lIIIlllI: 11111Iht1111111111111111111U11111Illltllllhunnuuunun i/
--- ; Sore without the WIlt of the knife. X-RaT.
: Radium. Acids or Serum *md' w* have ----- -' -
-.; All forms quickly and ;N'rmanentlyriiend. cured over 9n per cent of the many hun- I niiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuuiitniiiiuuiiiiiiimiiMuniiiiiiui tiiiiuuiiHiiiiiiiiiiuimin J
E. M.\ Coleman .. eKoy Many cases doctors pronounced tw dreds tthreot'eanI.of suffers treated, lilntster during the treatedKELI pant .
'Auditing,. 'Bookkeeping", and. Ac- : '- : hopeless and change of climate -I tree.
.. ;; AM HOSPITAl., Ine.
COLOMAL con*ting HOTEL e a 3 ,- ..esao na3lMJNWiERfIJE from failed that to help dreaded are disease now entirelyfree since I tell West Alain St. Richmond. Vm. I

.. Telephone 170 P. O. Box 833 using HOOVER'S IMPROVED and Safe Ice

l Fort Myers., F1orldaI INTERFERENCE RE- ENERATIVE FROM NEARBY RECEIVERS: RE-RADIATING; ASTHMA Ask'your KEMEDT.druggist for a $1.00 bottle -i For Building Con- I I t: Clean I:

I if not absolutely satisfied with re- struction and
'Ofttimtj the individual complains method.of adjustingthem. \Ve urge'' salts after taking half the contents i
w'w of the squeal and howls which he' the user of a radiating: regenerative' / return the balance for the full pur- RepairingSEE
: V. Smithwick experiences when tuning in for :nybroadcasting receiver his to be careful in adjusting::' chase price. i When you put ice in a
regeneration control so as to1
station. These howls
Sold In Fort Myers Fla.. by Evans
Attorney: at Law I and squeals are due part of the]timeto over"prevent or his whistling receiver thereby from "spilling becom-i: Pharmacy, and all good drug stores I g drink or upon any of
( Boom :3 Sims Building the close proximity of radiating fag a nuisance to the community.The everywhere. I The Fort Myers Build- E your foods you want to
Fort Myers Florida regenerative receivers in the handsof drawing gives one an idea of' Manufactured by GEO. D. IIOOVEUSlfS. I
and Real Estate
inexperienced or wilful broad- how the intenerence from radiating' Pharmacist Inc., Des Moines ing be sure of its purity _
i cast listeners. regenerative receivers may cause in-, Iowa. Company I e
These regenerative receivers are ttrference to broadcast listeners., 3_ Your health demands
I usually of the single circuit type and Such radiation affect other receivers Room 17 Leon BuDdingII' c
may -
; Land For 'Sale inIONA such precautions
when improperly adjusted act a'i : in the vicinity: to a radius of 2 f'. *. L
II '/ miniature broadcasting stations from "in the other apartment" to
heterodyne or t'at" with the in- possibly several miles These radi- You will find ours unusually
by' coming signals. Not only do they'ated waves have the same propertyas J I 0
== Shawcross & Garmon beat with the broadcasting:, station the original broadcast waves, ere EXCURSIONSDaily clean, free from
t signals but also with every other capable of passing through such
F' ...rJ dan BoUdlngP improperly adjusted radiating regenerative material interfering bodies as walls I g sediment and impurities
4_ receiver thereby multiplying houses and other structures. of all kinds. g
$, *UB-L* Park has an etghtr foot manifold the disturbance and The FADA Neutrodyne receiver- I Except Sunday I g
discomfort 'Of broadcast listeners. .
&' boulevard parted In tae Mater not a regenerative receiver and'
: ; This great annoyance can only beeliminated therefore cannot possibly radiate.,i to the Gulf Our prices .are reasonable
with Rojal'Prlmi, reaching from JIc- I NECESS.Tltsfiil
by a campaign of education The possessor of an t'ADJNeatrOo .
: Creator bcalerard; to the' Tamlamj whereby the sale of radiating dyne should be proud to know he I On Steamer DIXIE -- weight honest and -
o Trail. C-10-tfv regenerative receivers is curbed is not contributing to the bedlam of Iii ; service and
those in existence properly rebuilt noise in the atmosphere but assist-. I I II .r a prompt reg. ,
so as to be unobjectionable, and by ing in his way to enable everyone ular. _
I instructing the users of these objectionable !to realty enjoy the broadcast pro- I Leaves 8:00 a.nu; return 6:00 pjn. Iti AUTO
I t. DR. IT. If. GRACE receivers as to the proper grams. I =
Physician and Surgeon I Four hours on Sanlbel Beach :: -

4 r'_ Office 15-16 Earnhardt .Bids. Ceaseless of Time. and Tide ; Sanlbel, SUO
Ravages Konnd trip to
House 117 WoodforiAve. IS there any auto necessity -
2 Telephone 82 Office 2 rings- Have Doomed Famous Waterloo BridgeLONDON. Round trip to Captlra, $2.3 you might need? It
,' House 3 rings so.We are drive sure by to this have store.what I Southern Utilities Co. EE I II.

wja Palm-Lee I'ark has harclsvrfat'edt Aprilr4.-Lovers of gray I Iou away with the nine arches that for Fishing Bathing V I you want.

t Streets fire foot cement sidewalk, ., London loll by their firesides I so long have reared themselves over Fine Sea ShellsFor I Everything! for the Car
f 1.3; electric lights weter OK: everyhomeslle these dreary: days and,bewail the way passing pedestrians tramways automobiles IT. SIXES Manager g giinmtlltlttmnnaIQtnlllllllllllllnrlllnllnunllllllllllllml
Q-10-ttG the city changes, and always they I puffing tugs and barges I Auto: ..
.' Chink for the worst. Where Is It all and put up an entirely new bridge. farther Information call at 1C Supply ,
gains to end this tearing down of l "
with:only five arches and much wider city Dock or rhone IS* Store
precious piles of blackened stone. than Waterloo After all. It is the I i 11
.{;,;.:. .. x A. X* TVWto :MAtTRICH' ATRERS stepped ia traditions to make way I slimaess of Waterloo thay gives It;It.be Ii i Phone {07
.' r I Jaws C. Finn*? for h avea only knows what? dark .. ..
,-' ,' LEE! cotfNTT EJjqcfEEiuXa .crx, tt was bad when they -wrecked i appearance- --- -_ of..a ribbon .- -- -. ,- .-.-- --- II ,.. PRESS WANT ADVERTISEMENTS PAY
i -%- ? Civil ...d.Structural Esatr.ara almost. ..eveQr"aat!ge or .'asha'atsafy i{ I i I IIItlllllln111il11l111t1111lIIlltlliIIII111111111iU11111I1!! { { 111111111111II1111111:
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_A"t.I :rowa pf<) stucco' buildings..lntW ,-
'v+'t !o1eatStreet: last>*a<. .11was lamantaMft I. !5-Room Furnished House 1
t' tea; other day when Viecadtlly ?.Illnllllttlllllllll -_ -
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; : lIaD4l'e4'N fjjrcns was! robbed of the blithesome -,,! !II, I III IIII
Falm-Lee Park has .eight New fire lot neighbor-
:. f>ronxa'-statue of Eros, and the ; pace, large good 'II

.: beauW.lllom..le. weather-beaten "flower-girls" who j= hood, East Fort Myers.\ $3,000.00. $750.00 | I
sat at his feet were shooed away. But< I
i &t IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlt1111iIIIIIiiZilltlltlllinlhilBuild ; now .they say; the graceful: arehe of I; cash, balance like rent. This is a snap. 1SEiVilNOLE III : ; ,
{[ With ;Brick 'Waterloo bridge, far and away wiwj J -
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(. ". II'most' beautiful of the. structures that j\ : REALTY CO., Inc. | 1 TRAFFIC MAKES VALUES I IIII
".. > | J. C. McDonald\ ,| span the tidal Thames, must vanish)I 1III1
< ., tone by stone. And nobody knows 230 First Street |
t'J.., 5 .Geaeis11'1cUayee{ yet Just what is going! tohe done I III
3 k1) :' = uti; :-: I about the domo of ,sto..lI.\11'a.: \ which = =
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r ''' :'J 5' CintraeU :: has been adjudged dangerous. "
J '' i 'ou Know The Ballard Road To Be The Connecting
''' ): 1' ':: = = Things ''may not b* as ,bad as they -llli?(n Ii is Jim II III I mil m II"IIIIII IIIi I Ulllllllillii iil'ii II Iii 11111111"IllIill 11I11!II 1IIII IIII Dor is
':' i 5 Brick and 'Tile Bungalows 5E
:vl : : ,: seem the admires the
t s .- cheriahed. I Link The Palm Beach Blvd and. The .Ta- I
$fjf'j '..y' '- i- Specialty F :_: olden structures of Lon,1 Streets :Walks | I Between ,
: .: ', ; ';:. '5 not 'bnn4 nDstantUKyt"5 don. Eros, next year" or later may be
., Why : I'll I
Trail For
\:: 'Io: carted back to. Piccadilly Circus miami Through t. .
:. .z t: .:; 1 ,Box n?-Fort ..lfierif: i when the completion of a vast underground I Lee Construction Co. f ., I ,. ? -'eo J.III
j '{S Y'Sx ::: GrlatnnutItltfnlttulaiwilliwuttulli: : '' i railway station bas I ; 308 Pythian Bldg. I III i : ;
.brought order oat :bf today's""chaos of DOYOURlEAlZE? ''to- :
Iron and wood and cement. Gilbert .| Fort Myers\ | ., ... .
W .: 'Hoffman Bros :Created Eros, with his slender, boyish -' ''' ,
,. i' ; .body and his downward-drawn arrow -.:| _, ;,Watch Us Grow ;,=:. | I ....,,',"' ',:t tu{. '._ What, / [ IIi l' ._ I .
Contractors. Sad< BaOders1SW I. to.add a touch: of foreign Joyoasness'Mo ,. .' .
f ; .> .:' .,. EvciU Are. > stolid old London, but he :| Curbs : Floors 1Tiniiiiiiniininuiinitiitiniiiiiiiiiimuiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiin' i1!Ii 4 I III
Fort.Mjcn, FlurWa :doesn't want the statue returned to 1 I: ". : ::
the- Circuit! ._ Nearly everyone else
.... .does.however.. for U .has. become j i; & nnmiiiiniiiiiiminniiinTTiiTiuuriiiuiiiTriuiinTraimiuriinuiTi '
: .. Palm-Lre Park ,has already,Jl1terut- pare of.Piccadilly- as the world knows 1! I {I I i !! i iI a ia 111111111Illlllllllltlllllllltlll11111111111 I i II BELLE VUEI
ed 'ovef- eDt!. bnndnd Fort Mjtrs the. place -j. ,i ,
;"" "':'';fi.. < people ',dao hate purcJiased b me- 'rhe'lamentaU s- "- over 'Iten.le'.i FOR SALE |
.. sites S-10-tf.. masterly brIdje, vtth"ta'nine arches I 1i- I I ,
L1 ) crossing the. Thames from Somerset i i i= Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish Bungalow i :
; House toward Waterloo Station,, are,,:| Tiled Bath Oak Floors Cedar Lined Closets 1 11'1'11
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serlouei When one of the cell-I
c 'lairs more' Lots will be worth when this road i hard
'' of mower all klndiC ana run-Inotndtntc Urht f' manutacter-{t i tral piers ,and arches began -sasgthg i 1 Garage Etc.-as near perfect as possible. | surfaced .

tq.a. ) :I. B. Sh l 1tt. '. tome time ago..H was .thought that 1 Royal l Palm Park. Come in and let us. show | M I
South of K. li. Crao Snc. the bridge. would; merely"havet to betaken j
East Port Ujnit: down stone by stone and thenreerected i you-Small payment down-easy terms.. I II -, .

r piles. But,>BOW->.after the strengthening experts who con-the j::I I SEMINOLE\ REALTY CO.( Inc., 1 1i E .. BUY TODAY -. 1 __ta:1'j:

dueted ,a loac diagnosis of the i ibridgc.
G.. .A. ,LONGBRAKE: ,.; D. '" wcakness.-say such process 230-1st.Street. I IuuimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiHumiiiiiiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiii
wont.serve at all. They want to do i ( ( ( n miiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiininiiiin! !
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-S x J ';i. 'River,Alt Water rtrnt jarnrilefea 7ard..]i This especially 'beautiful property for highest. .
reserved for Jot owners '
: i S..' P55 .ED.;;TATKN, V- ,class;"subdivisionfpu: ;: -p<>ses can now be had 'at-a moneymaking 1

.lid l PaIta"lWk, ,Fier MyersV ;- ; rice' and ,on"very\easy: \ terms to a responsible Cross Realty Co. ;

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: : ciety-will' 'ntfftit Ued by the ileges and fraoc-htocs. not prohibited bylaw iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiitiiniiiiiiiiiiiiim i I i ( J i i i !!
\SSIFIED' of the State of'F'IoI'III&' Or day other
) 'RATES Personal Mention pie of -Eustis.! The -various State where said corporation ma7.ran.t 'NBV = -
I .t nATES: I TJIF.SE buuHissu.AKTiri.E. "
L'i COLUMS YAttT FROM> :: Ie TO 6e FOR E.'CH wOnD entertainment will inclnde a motorcade \
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2 ths ACCor.nl\O TO THE IZE OF- TYPE YOU SELECT. thru Lake County. boat trips on', The capttal Mock of thin rwrnpnny shall \ ( 0
and InchSTiS SESfJtf'S&SSjrSS' ?"Jo''Or Pent." -W nteUPI -" etc.. be JH.WIi. divided into M Mnu. sha...-. [U IlJr STllCIiSPECTiN --
the number Lakes Eustis and Harris golf playIng the value of TIWXW .....-,.. ) : \ =
:: &- -William O. Sparklin is in Jacksonville of par I'.t&h! 1 L it L -
t"Jle.Uke thia'i cent at the Lake Club m of the fnKtst: ,
.word for'each. day. County County 1a.toty States of ." = :
t I ,on business, for a few days. ... ii :
-it type like this. 2 Amerira. or property labor or .r- y
under the
cent and Flower Show auspices
a word for each day.
v f'ftO at a inch valuation to tofh..d b> !:

S-Pt type like this, :3 I cents a word for oath dav. I -Frank Miles grandson of Dr of the Eustis Women's Club. A royal k1f toCDrnaratont.cornoratton., at or a by meeting tbe directors:called for of j
10-pt type like this 4 cents a word for each day. Miles is home for the Easter holidays entertainment is promised.'On such nmima8. and which capital stork I
Wednesday night. the Avocado shall he snM. lamed and asstrne and | '
f 10-pt type like this, 5 cents sword for each day. from Yale University.Leo will have their The transferred only hi accordance ,ith such I i : 'if, I'rcade !NTSiis
growers program.
MINIMUM RATa by laws as ttl&'e'OmfJ&l1Y may from time I F. S. Bureau of Animal Industry: Is.tue's
advertls-jnent win be speakers are Dr. A. B. Stout of New to time make chance or alter.ARTiriK < "
tlOIl.No' ioHerted. ; for. less 4han 25 cents for first Inner- Jacobs, prominent businessman T. New Order Kepardinar: : In. .'
York Botanical Gardens and Mr. E. The duration of this corporation shalf trrxtale. ShlpmrnK efiireSlotL 'theatre ', .
ALTERNATE of LaDelle Fort Myers ;
Advertliemeete DAYS was a M. Savage of the United States Department he for the period of SO( years unSeen before -
; etftt ordered te run on alternate days will be charged 1-! visitor yesterday afternoon. that time dtanofwo' sjccordmc to the : : ;:-:,
per In ;;.
wcrd' addition to the reclllar rate'on i point type and 1 cent of Agriculture who are laws of the State of Florida. I j : I
per., "'On'-OD nper: sl_ ; _
studying the flower behavior of avocados
TERMS Thos. P. Gay is attending 'the The bnainesB of this corporation aball TALLAHASSEE. April 7.The .
Cash In advance ( determine the cause of the he concocted by a board of three direr- : State LJve Stack Sanitary Board baa presents one day ) .
meeting of the Florida :
?C*-N<> "Card of Thank'* or "Roo olutlons" Inserted for less than Georgiaand non-bearing of avocado trees. Their tors. The officials of toe company snail!! I "
$ received notice from the t: S. Bur- ,
Carolina Laundry men's Convention be :a President. VIeIPneIOI..nl and -
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';Ltl"\S1 prot.ctjon ''brlnc. aa< ,*lsli>* In correctly typewritten. at .Miami. findings will be of particular! interest Secretary !Treasurer", and Oeswral Manager I I au o< Animal Industry that new regulations ,
This responsible fog mistakes 1 the office of Secretary. Treasurer< .
advertisements telephoned in. to those having commercial plantings ; '
S known B. A. L order 392,
... be .... as only ,
.1 General Manager may "l by Wednesday, ,
-W. W. Bankbead. left yesterday of avocados. one and the same 10505.. and aid officials -'I in effect May 1. 1'%$. have ben dsaacd -
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----- --- - ---- The Thursday program will may or may not stncktmMerc.l'rtll = I' = \
afternoon 'for him home in Jesper the first! anneal 1 CTMting hereinprovJrtWI relating to Interstate rooveawctf
Ir I It Alabama .after spending several days particular interest to the citrus grow; for. Ihe foJtowttiK< Mtali I* Uvuffniais I livestock: sad prohibiting use .of 1.811 t
,I ers. The shipment of green fruit company:
I here looking after business. matters. be 'considered in the morning and fn-nmVnt. Gray I}:MrsUAie.Vl I pecking; material .f pine-straw, grassor I A Girl] of the Lim- t ..
*vm HALJ-J-Ji.ow acres 11 J-Z 'miles' ] <'<' President. Sadie Rattsdale.Recrrtarv. : similar Ittter originating in the .
I : "'road frontage. No waste landa-|l .Soj! recommendations! to the 'Legislature Treasurer. and h-neral Man-: I \ I" ::
-= 1 .per a ,re. Iniormatlon direct to Inter-t 'IITI1AMBULANCECOT/ -Hon. D. C. Oomlntck of Walden, Ofrr. .1. H. IStmitele.AKTKI.E. tick qnaraatineil area. j : 'l'i
the citrus berlost "
1 ...I'd purchaser.. W. E. "'utra!. Patio .Ioo New York. member of the New''York drafted.: In the afternoon Til. "Additional. precautions against the' i iI
I Leon.. .-*-:I aphid situation: will be discussed by The' THrectors flbaB br ducted by the' E '1' E Hn- :'
1 : State Legislature with ?!rs. Dominick otockhold-roo at earn annual mentl, or i I tattlo tick and the disease moreutf *y.U .
: <. FOR BALK.-Graded milk CCfw....'..c'1 'their' Mrs. tbe research men from the Agricultural at a specIal I mivttnK called for that jjarnoa are provided for in these regitla'Icon. -I E ny ;:
C 1;, <<1./;J 'i-* 'goUons. '-'oW and rslf MONIIAY Y 'rAORNING! ; "visUInj daughter Experiment Station fend\ the *. The organisation meeting shaft IS' the. in- = = rail j l
$i i.OU Jersey heifer := soon' t2S.ert D. 'Duke. II United -Stat-Js Department o'f Agriculture tins." at poach time ins may be decMuil' by I One section prohibits :: :: late '
: J.VIVCarium..: kl Fla. j I"" i..o..p..rat. 1 toraittn shipment of pice straw, grass:;
.t Tho seriousness this situation ARTICLE Till. *U
FOR SALJ4-In section tblrty. ioaafti: ----' -Mr. and Mrs. Isley left this morning The highest amount ui i hsleidednese: or similar litter\ that is tick infested j I

.: 'Stabler Farms. three ten acre 'tracta.I .'-' Commllfw jtpiaqitai| ;!;;( at Meetini; of for Jacksonville. where they I justifies the attendance' every 10 which the corpsratiftn _' at anytime. or exposed to tick infestation or the Third offering during7
. I one .'. C3. and ... Price on either tract. citrus grower'at this conference. The subject it>oo-If. shall he ji"'9."'I4I.MI. rtrial
.1 S4UO.MI. per acre. flSMMM. cah. balance Itourd of Director Jludal! formerly lived. for a short vacation., AKllfl.t; IX. uso of suck material! for fN'rklog'eJ' :::: 1\ =
=tWo three and four years at rtf. \wr ----- Mr. Isiey is head bookkeeper At the' pent attacks new growth that comes The names and residences of the mrliscnbincr f as car bedding for coamaditi or,:: our 'Grraler' Movio $eaE I-
"ft : It. HauHer, Box, 46Z, )ly- coincident>> with the bloom and menaces inconmrators of eahl corporalion. -
era Florida.' 4-J-41P. The Lee Memorial Hospital has Franklin Hardware: Co. together with the amount of Stuck livestock to be sbipped interstate."There .. r's .
, been .presented wilh the very latest the crop. The cost of control is nilwcriln-U for .l>y each of ......m. are awllenacd I l-' also has been addtnl.... to the;, = an. Itaen
FOR SALK-Pedigreed wlre-bau-ed fox increasing: the cost of fruit production ( by their signatures hereto aul,.- i I
terrier 1 months old. Two males thing In'the way of an ambulance cot>> -Mrs. Frank Allen and daughter: srrll.l XK follows: regulations a section describing the i, ':

e.0e t'T"w: females 135.00 each Or. by Mortician\ .I* W. Engelhardt and Eloise hare returned to their home In and more economical methods Share.4iray: ;J. H.. lURidale Fort 31.1'..... Fla. O- cq_iv ment and facilities necessary at'':: :: he .
Lodge. Naples. Fla. J-ll-tfc. be found.On .
press must !-
Crap ford Leathh-an drove the ambulance Passaic N. J. Mr. Allen will remain a Ragndale. Bonita St>HtiK!'. Fla. niPiatsd: dipping stations before Ir'A"-

KUK TRAUB-ICO acres land for a-good down to Cngclhardt's today and short time longer looking after bus- Thursday night, subjects pertaining One :5nano.N..Ii these stations may be approved as''| :
automobile. Ke Auto Exchange.: J. I. to home and community! beauitification lUEMlale. Bonita Springs. Fla. j
I procured the cot.: mess matters. One Share. points at which cattle at the quarantined I I '
41Ote.FOR vor
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I The ambulance: cot In use at the -will be discussed lay John IX WITNESS \\"HKnEtF we have area may be inspected dipped. -
SALE:.Lumber and material in j it. Van Kleek a landscape architect hereunto act our hand. an<1 seals THIS I J'
-warehouse building' corner Jackson hospital heretofore is an antiquated -'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sommers and II ibe nib) day i>f Jot....... IS S: au St. cup
I and John
of Boston Petersburg
and Bay Ktreets to be taken down and affair bat the new cue possesses all daughter 'Virginia "have returned "to : J. H. UA'ISl.AI.KCOUNTY ESf7Af.) Such dipping I'tatlons are required tel E .
moved at one*. Apply Q. M. JleUman.4-2-tfc. the latest Ideas in ambulance cots' It their home in Brooklyn after -a visit Turner of Tampa former district OflAY SAisIlt: !:HAGS AS$15LF7: ))"L"; (lSl'7A1.:sl'LtI: .,) have a properly equipped dipping vat,'= = :d 15 .

is manufactured by the Bumgardner of several months to the City -of Rotary Club governor; and Ed L. TATI; 0. FLOIlltA ) noninfectious pens! paved or floored: :: full until you See thisdra :: .. ."

Fog ho_8AIJ4 One-Two house extra right rood In Investment business company, at Springfield. O. Palms. Ayers, County Agent of Manatee : OF I.KK. ) alleys chutes nail pens. and a roofe.il E '\0 :: ..

" ertlon. the other less than ( Llocks out. It has adjustable head and feet County. I HKUEISV ('.;rTIFY That on this or covered section of pens 'of sufficient m a t i c masterpiece -
nth day of Marrb. A. b. I5TT. before ? ,
Turner ami Lester.. Boom 2. Leon Dlde. The Friday will consider
springs so that a patient with heart George 'Prime J. P. Casdell. Frank program !: appeared) Cray Ka.sdah. > andSadie size to protect all dipped animals '

FOR ;SALK-One rlrln wheel, good con- trouble 'or asthma can be carried In Dillinger Mrs. A. C. 'Berry, Mrs. Catherine the culture of grapes blac-kberries: liagsfeilcwho art well known tome I from rain and hot sun. -
, Grand In Ic' the persons tlesrrllml In and I Made from the ,
dltion. short time. Inquire and other small fruits. most
e Central JioteU' 4-6-Utp.: a reclining position or sitting upright. Hilly and Mrs. II. P. Wilson who" "u---Ihrtt and executed the forvvoinK (' "Xo change: Is made in 'the regnlaiicns :

,_ The springs are flexible and comfortable were at the -Franklin Arms Saturday : AICTICIJ3S OF I Ni'(ORATION' governing the interstate shipment -
FOR SALE-M acres In CoKler Countynear I'\DI mA'U: I'm-Vfi and that '
Marco.. 4 room house. Roy Cannon and the cot is on large, rubber- while the first 'two- named attended they severally -kno,.lnljce to and la.fore of cattle from the quarantined g famous -novel of Gene g ;

2t Willard street for further Information tired wheels. the'Trail Blazers picnic.MI'tI. CALLS I'LKCTKlt: : J.tltnun.t.uw me that Ihey executed the came for jrren for purposes other than Imme- :."." .
UK therein
purpows exl'rcisa-d in good -
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-6tp. There is an attachment for lockingIt ( : KO..I' UOMIS diate slaughter. but there is no longer g tI

FOR. 'SAUK-Several. choice lots In Stad'' firmly to the.'Hoor of the ambulanceand '-Gladys Brainard and 3Irs.3yl (continued tram ate: 1) "IN"XV1TNKSS WHEREOF I have : provision for the interstate ship E.Stratton Porther TIlE E .
hereunto net hAnd and affixed
I.. Central Helchts. Mo t Lon Bldr- my my I,
retary of the Palm Beach -
.: Turner and Lester. 4-7-Sip straps for the purpose of conGaing .'-'Gorton: have 'returned from companyand offIcIal neal I at Bonita Springs Florida. ment dipped tlcky cattle."
Boca Ratone who the day and above wrIU..n.(81AL. :
patients to the when
cot neces- Miami where they went as delegatesto
SA.LE-Gaa little UIIf'd.i' *
FOR ruuige.
very spoke of the great need for additional .
I Party tearing city. Can be seen for the sity arrives. Mr. Englehardt is to 'be the 'state meeting of the order of ALFRED raCKIVSOX. Notary HOLT "'EElSF.RnCES: = = '
i' next two or three daya at lUll. Monroe congratulated for his generosity toWrgla'thpsh.nItal the Eastern Start Mrs. Gorton was width to the present road. in most Public for tpe State of Florida at lance.My The Lenten services at SaintLuke's .
commIssion October with
expires 17. 26.STATB
at.- A barcaln. 4-J-Jtp.. feet a
I places only IS; wide and for the ;
n---- made -representative'for state of I :; ('F Jo'LOIUOAf'Ot"TY church during holy week are
}'OR'SALE-Smalt I 10 1-2 Hospital: : Board Meets I alignment of dangerous feet long2 1-2 h. otfart Engine. Missouri.! They left Miami jus in :: OP IBR. ) as : every E
Apply Mullet Lunch room. City Ixx-k.' Yesterday'at 10 o'clock i in the forenoon Ume'to'esciipe! the tornado. I tangents. 1 HRR.EBY CRIKTIFT That on this at 4:30. Good Friday there million dollar cast including
. .-,.... CO-ear Franchise the 2dth day '"Of March. 1>>25. before nvprr.nnally
the board of directors of the Lee iipneared. J. H. Haimdale. who will be a three hour's service from

Memorial Hospital met at the petit -.Mr. and Mrs. James Haddock. Held to be another -forward look- is well known 10 meto br one of the 12 to 3 at which there will be meditations I GLORIA 'GREY, I /

I OR: KENT ,Jury room at the court house in ad- who have been In Fort flyers for lag ate$ In the county's progress was persons executed< named the ft and foregoing! who ARTlfL.F.S*nb.rrihedVMl from the seven sayings from

I j.. journed meeting. All members were some weeks have 'gone to DesMoines granting of a 30yearfranchise OF' INCORPORATION..... ASH P si)- the cross. ..
the ackjiowtodKedliefore
'FOR .. present excepting: 'who were unavoidably Iowa to the bedside of Mrs. Haddock's to S. It. Inch at American LightPPd1 me that h" #execute the same These services are open to th&b. = -
RE."T-C nnfurnl bed r.ooseX '
room mnthcy. Vrnm th !_ Fpwec. company,. her the erection sa his fm act and ilvrtnil fiViih,. =
I !h8fl. ____ -r _than mill gs t no irurr- TQ-PrW1AjtcL -r.-:1Ifoo-----
4ci: } \-\ .l'P t.I;. "" g -nj pose therein espres.ed.IN '--'t'iThI;
_- -Committeeswere elected as fol- their home in Detroit. They expect to maintenance and 'operation of WITNESS WHEREOF. I have --, ---- S, 'g 's

> >H RE'urnlshl'd 'room to larty or lows;. executive --committee C. L. be back in -the City of 'Palms next electric light wires throughout the hereunto set my hand and affixed my official

married" couple.- 1120 Monroe 4-7-2tn.- street.. Starnes, Mrs B. E. Tintsman' and season. county with the exception of Incorporated -' day and seal year at above Fort written.SKAI My1"Iorlda.. the ,Use 'The Press Want = VIRGINIA BOARD-: 4

John E, Morris; building committee. towas. Mr. Inch 'was accompanied ( >) .

FOR RENT-four room house ""tl1-bath C. C. Jones A. E. Raymond and Mrs. by C. II. Ellis of the Southern AUBREY: commission LI| GA1XER., Notary 7th Pub-of .:

Apply on Heiunaa,U> ,Mr. AVebb atreet.. ,$312*(0.oo, Hoople per month.treet W. Pt Franklin: yard committee. 'A. PROMISES COMPLETE CENSUS Utilities company. It is under- SAntemher.lic.My! T. U 2S;1JJS.April !. expires" day Ads, for Results_ ;; E MAN, !MYRTLE\ VANE, ,

v 4.3-3tp.. Gorton; purchasing committee combined stood that the American Light and = = -s'c'

with executive committee; auditing I wish to thank the good people of Power company plans. to extend Its
nice by S
FOR RENT Very rooms.
week or month 215 Lee'St. l-16tfc committee. Mrs. W. P. Franklin Fort Myers for their'kindness and assistance service from Stuart to Miami. At : IrrR5Lt': .. .
,N. G. Stout and John E. Morris. to me while taking the rea-: the close of the SO years the coun- :: ::

a-Oil.,REN'E-Rooma at 4UI Second 2-3-tcc.81. This committee will 'employ an ;auditor CDS of this city. Those who are not ty will be granted the right to pur- E If you like real people in E

to audit the books of the treasurer. sure that they are listed will please chase the company's equipment t

'OR RENT-Rooms by day or week. An Inveitory' all supplies In the communicate with,me at once.'On the At the time of the $390,000: bond : 0OUflkI = i- ::' :

Two atreett, block corner from of Post Garrett.Office S-t 206- !.Second Lee 1Ut'morhU'lId Colored "hospitals fourth of this 'm01 th tns'Chamber of election. May: '12. the question of 'the a story that is'intensely'! = :

"YOU' will be taken by this committ Commerce through Its secretary; very bond issue for the construction of. a .1SauQt! : ,
REH T-Kurnlnhed apartment 'Wltcara. I -I i
.* for one or six months. CheapIf The petit'jury rooms were selected kindly tendered its services -to pe bridge across the canal at Delray will i g .human don't! miss lOis ;

taken. this week at SSH. Second 44ttp.FOK St.. as a meeting\ place for the remainderof and- J was very thankful for the same also be Toted upon. The county engineer I 13b.JULtI :: 't'f E.

Phone. CL 1925. An adjourned meeting will I am giving out no figures but tybeu, was authorized to advertisefor I :

KENT... .-Furnished May 1st. until C room September''modl'rDbuncalow. ; be held oApril, 16th at 10 ,. m. the count is completed the i conservative bids for a bridge tender's house g picture. ... .. . E

lau Jhone No. 1M., 4- -7tp. and thopghtful element will at Boynton. :

be satisfied. .; OJ behalf of the chamber of commerce I 2 ti ;'
FOR RENT-four room apartment furn, ) f s
ished. No'; children. .1201 Cottage *tNeL" FloridaLegislatm'e Very Respectfully "!\. 'L. Mathews and W. J. von-I

9- .' f-I-31 r-.i: Selects ;its Officers D. G. Rivers. Behren appeared before the UMIii'1'ftILI I. I

sioners asking for repairs commLs-1
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WANTEDBOARDERS cross state highway near the
(By The Mirlate41 rrrti) Miami Residents
TALLAHASSEE. April .-In caucus arc post not far 'from Loxahatchee ,

WANTK&-AI 213 Garrett last night the senate"'and house 'Cleaning Up Debris Farms. = Also 2 reel Comedy and = ,

Street. Good .meals and room. $10.00 at representatives selected
per week. ., 8-! -tfe. officers S '.i- '; .'JI XOTICE Tn OWXER8We : :: l; :: :
;and attaches to serve during this sesflipn. : : ; :

WANTED-To woolly In well Kcated *-. bf the >IegUlaiare,..John s: 'Taylor : -I tOy ;Th. ''Auclste4 ]Press 1 ) have',aortheraciienta for Serge If and I f
lot' for'guo.Pw. Address< flo J naU acreage also city property. yourare :TOc 'City -of ;

XYZ careTreas ; :.. __ ttc.3j president: of Sarasota.'if :was' nominated &s ''MIAMI April) 1.-:Miami andvi- 1V2" : Iateo to B.U.do it Leon.will pay Glades you to Loan see us and at ) 0 'ftriil1L.Ir1 : I ,
:Arthur .
the ''senate -and W. J.; Jllllsted. Sales" .
Co. =
to place cinity busily -engaged cleanlng'upthe Investment '
WANTEDSOmeOnS and Sri > : lilt housework stay and rwpohlldrcil. I I.Mllani 'of Duvat' was 'notlhin ted, as 'debris are left 'by the tornado. The Manager.: 4- -Ste.XOTICE [ ? : Ic1 H HtiL& -= ::1.} .
Oowi.pay. Apply Mrtt f. \V. a speaker of the house, action Uk. F 1
was 'FlICE)! EX
BarUe., Ill, 157- rtntfc wrecked,'bulldinga, are to be rebuilt .Palnls E !
nby acclamation In both-cases. William
: : Little Nadine Thompson aged .six.Whoselega night All 1
Dues wOf tw due Tuemlay
tarOt of t'stW !
REST: Piano.
WANTED TO A Russell'of Palatka named H i
guaranteed.-iAnswer .Mra W. 1L have: both been amputatedas member of the club active or honorary -
care president tern of the senate andJ. are urged 't 0 tar name at lCUIar I-
. -2tp. pro ;
' Clawson. 115 Houghstreet. a result of having been crashed in meeting -an Tuesday nteht. Fines. will :: :: : Ii
Parrish was chosen speaker: who fall to Adv.SUTIOK i i
pro Iw Imputed on those pay.
WANTED TO RENT-smalt bungalow the storm Is in a, critical condition.
furnished for mummer. ,Answer......!115 tp.. tern of the house. .The first regular Her mother was among; the four'who -OF IVTEVrlrtjr TO APPLY nOJUZO T.1L' TEBTIC1LPhilanthrophy !. ; i

'fare Press Offlc ; ; session began at noon,, today. .ia both were kIlled.STATE FOK LETTERS:< FATEJiT' Sincere: hearty. I L ; almsgiving i. 1Ht ; J'J'i
., ,
WANTED.-Girl or woman Mist lIb houses. ., Public speakers. i
Notice' hereby given that the underolgued '
cookIng and care of jfcMMteoV V:rH ; S. Yours and mine.
Honorable JOHN
will apply to the 15. 'C lor. '
Box 807. 4Ztp. of the State of :: ::
W. MAUTIN. ovemor 14. :. Strap of bridle. .1
'WANTED Sale. ClrU. J. O. McCrory'st Florida. at Tallahassee on the 1Mb day Liberty. = No adrance admission I l

and ,lOC-Stors-- 42tp.wAhTEDAt ._ Airplane Carrier .HORIULTURAL of'-t..April.'..r 0,5 A.noon U, thereafter It:5 at 10:00 All: we o'clock can be A. 16. A cavity ia ground. Whether. = _, : :: I : ,

'for letters Pateat. -ineorportUlnRunder < 17. Barren. 6. Human upper limb. ,
'0...,.. & room noi-. ....'''- :Saratoga'Launched heard the following proposed charter. the 19. 'Gave "' 6. Constellation. ,- 5 rain shinel I j ;
la (Fort 'My.r > rea onawe. W"crlption dns- 'way to dejection.. orr
; file in the office -
of which Is on
"*4'price.Addreaa: JtobrtLBox SOClEIYMESliEUSTISTHISEVEto O ? original of the Secretary of State of the ,Stateof 20. :Garments. 1. ,Song or hymn. --z f_ '
.. 4X ,. :4Jp.' 'S y Florida.J. : I' I'
;fBy'be 1nsaelstet 'Press) H. RAGSPALBfJRAY 2L Adverbial! negative. a. Stick. ? ..' ; I
WANTED hours.0-Whitelabwn.nt; Products- 3..to Coj per oel.Bst.P CAMDJhN,,N. .1.. April ::'.-. The ''air- KAGSDALJFROPOEI 23. To. more rapIdly. past tense. '. Part of verb ,to be. 'Ii < :

Fort Myers ', 4the.. plan'carrier Saratoga. was ')launched I C SAU. HAHI'nAL"> CHARTER 24. European freshwater'fish.. 19, To give access. ;

today:..Ith.ln.. ;Cartis--IX' OKRUJSOALE 26 Pertinacious : '':' I JL Inlet. :
WASTE 10 :RENT-Small! ?11r111555d Wilbur; COMPACT jyAvrnaesv ; -.!:...Ii..fI : '\' '

? apartmeM. close 'lfl.' !tep1y' Bosc 7' 20* wife-of' the;secretary1'tile navy.;as We. -undersimed.REALTY. hereby associate 31. Point .0( compass. I%. $ ,. .' f'. i > :j ; : }

,'. Fort Jtyera. PPCPH., sp nsor .at tier-christening= .; The Saratoga Thlrty-Khrhth AaBual Xeetlnt'Ope ourselves together for Vhf purpose of 3. Beverage. 15. 'Narrative po m.. .

is.tbV-largwt vessel of ;its becoming a eorpamttonunder the LAWS 34. 'Cru e. ._ Period... 11;
LOST :U"S:30)Tonight. Great Ed1lt of the State of Florldx by and under-the -? = <; ;
': kind in. the world and baa a capacity tlemal Pregram t* be Given provlston-of the Stat tu of the State of. 35. .An eccentric disc; What most people call gasoline.. whenbetter pl '; i j \
LosT-Ulold wrtat watch. Finder kindl of .ennty- wo planes. Florida' *. rights providing privileges for the format and tmmuni-loB. tlabilitte U. To place. "_ -' "*. > Frightened. ; ., ..- : : .'-" : ",..- .'. = I I'turesaretmadewe I i

; \ ;r tuni' ta',Bradford; Hote.L4 :; < The'' Thirty-Eighth Annual ''meeting tIes nl corporations for profit and submit 37, To bark. ? 113. Considered. :
,Articles ,,- 5 | : ,
the following -
,.,_ HOTEL, CLERK'STABBED of::the Florida State Horticultural tins> am and for our Proposed Charter. 38." A 'grain. 'Ofifcera In church. v ( I
llTer-tH-fc d_:Pointer _* so. i S '. ,? -. .; '. f'
-).OST-WhJt. an4 cietyi! opens in .the Presbyterian AKTICI.K : 39. Silkworm.Possesses.: :No :: r-: t:' ./ : 'E-: ; -
t '...... : ?!- t cHi.T..* (MrblM'Pr...) The- name of Oils corporation Shah. lie !4.8 Profound I' I
ChBrch Rustic at 8:30 p. nu \today.: .airmljto vRemlfjr CDaipany. Us TBlwcln 'will show >
'. r t.MIAMI. April 7.r.-Joe Holdenv' hotel The'speaker of' the evening Js11obe ,I phase .5( 'business shall -.1e1ft IBortMyers. _. 41; :Judge fa 'a MoJamm! dan town: Frozen water. themE I.I i'- ,

::i -r P. .dark. 'It i "4n --serious\ condition>> Dr..Lv' H. Bailey formerly .Dean of Ida ; but. Florida:'its\' taulnene or BonltA shall Springs be carrted,oFl on *245. An inert gaseous element In the ?& Instrument 'used to move boat. '. "l' l'

; ,,.Pharmacy.MfiSCKLLANEQUS. : 'H-Ite. after being' stabbed. last sight ''when the'College of Agriculture .Cornell at State such of Florida other imlnt or In or::othqr. points States.in the'*. air.. -4 ':h31.. .Meetings of.piriualUUx: -, -- 'A" 1
he refused to rent room in the hotelto I '
: : University at Ithasca, New Yorf[.,the may from time to time be authorized by Because. -'V f1 33. Independently. '_ -

' ',. -; 'three I intoxicated: ., )aenj who, are. 'subject of whose address win be "The its. Board of DlI"f'AKTICLB<'tOrL IT. 44. A dandy. '' 3'sand bar. *=- .!

iiji 'frees 'soc' heav? I&7I5 strain. now'In-.Jail. Personality: Phase of the Food Production The ceneralnature '.f. the ''haulm1 as io 47., -Ocean.. ,"- '' -,,- 4Swooned. -/ t lk

.' Tom Blush White l.eebOfl $13 Bag-pea.1S5 Problem." Dr: Bailey K:_ i HutkmiitnLll be conducted,and bea carried* follows*n:"by this- cor-" ; 49. To;perform..1fi '. : b. English coin.: .-', : '"""/ "' .
A and ay ldW7. :tr: 'WEATHER flu itBpeakerand; has .a natIonal To- buy. own, deliver. lease.'Improve 51. A' provident, Insectl "-' '- fC'; 'To fondle ."' -:::,* "-: '- ,
hail ; ,
author. mortgage aril and otherwise dispose 52. : 41. :: : T -' '
and Tsrobsenre.
i farnlture and reputation. an editor an ,of real ami personal propefly? 'to .Anger. ;;.
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FOR go to Wine's R .. 0- Highest temperature i His :address la gives complimentary buy.own and sell capital stock and bonds S:. To devour. >. f. 4!. Organ of bt'uini' "- Arcade Theatre,' E I .- I} :: '
ofA.East of 'other corporations and vmeraHy to '
South .
S ''L. ::: Street cronsing. Fort I\ yesterday -_'_,_'_-_1.,: to .the citizens of Enstis .who-ar: to exercise such powers as may be. vested: 54.. Meadow. ,.- *, so., Duskier ".' ;-::; ..- -,' -tI -- ," ''
8.11-l7_ "' Lowe&temperature be the hosts of the Society daring the m or inddes to the powt-rs. ot corporations 65.56r. Exists.. ., S. Falsehood. ';" ,. ., -. -' or, l' ,
specs : 'Underthe laws of Florida. fO
last'night'u..JZ' week .and U open to the generalpaMIc. (b) T. prospect for minerals and- metal- : Paper embossed' In' Imitation of I 51 Stockings. T ;J. P. Harrisl }I ,'.1. :} :::

ioi.i ; = RAlBfalU-2< .brsl.-toWind. [ and conduct the business of mining there; .leather. !g Os. TIle point.i .- .

..Thi. 'proper, begins" :on =;' to 'fxaaf In the business of boy- s : .Dtrectfca Anstralia is fr as.T O-/ Sosbali It k';' i-; ,; ; : '
; ."a.as"1as; __._.0 -program a 'seutng real estate and perastproperty m, i; ; !i : .J:

.i ...'direction,-c.,;.N Wednesday. .mornins when .Coyer for- to- act aDd as.corporations aentrdiatrlBufes; to !canstruct. *- fL, 'Noise; :, 52. Smallsalamander..' ". : t j '\ y : T-: .
persons '
WlDd. :Tt' 'miles: 8 Crops'and Soil Building In' Citrus ., ptm-h- aad operate IBwmbtat CO 0 help., C-L To be la debt.',;" i 'O ,- -. :. ; :'

.5 Sky_.t ,.'. i- ...,.:;\Ctottdyr OroYea.DlHases: of Citrus,,Treeslana1Eamomtes aid hoc or kmC-Xto powers'forniob.plants of- ...every. -electricity
,.y..;'TJt.te ; ;an Ihi,Growing-,otCMmIPnittawiHibeconsidered : wwter.ans) alt forms of .power. pg.:' Abstains .from tooOif.' fe. Some... ... .; : :

; ), <: ...* : -' Each': ol' C .- '_' A.a"U'LE lii.-deetaredT."an4: s9.. Fairy,. *" *1. .Chad, : t' .
; It- te hereby expressly : : -
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' 'S 4-a-sip. I Florida: Mostly etMdr" tomight, *."are' important .topics'and will Msd.nuU. the corporation shanhave tt. Fssnale. $I fb1It .. \ .- .
; itfce **.I:' 'ake'slat pS00oZsi 'eans-. tz 'Dtll"JsIfB-e : "' .. ,PeIIte ... :.... : li'-li''l'l .
._ *.* F_ kavtra-ta -.sI MrthMsM .*... Sy.3JWO.Vko-have'be tract of any kind and description aad :eu ;. .' .-
to f -
w efctagc ta tempentw ). decrau- tecte: and are suthettoL, : ___' awl log any all other or-all of(" .3tj, deeds objects: and, to 4.TtlUsji.* or'', "-. Peits4o.o ..th. ;. ':< 112;:. psiii- ; .

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: :...r ,!l1l1l1l11l1l1l1l11l1l1l1l11l11l1l1l1l11lullllllll1l the hands of a few private Indivi all but the simplest food while be'Js t ;
: House Beauty Is Surface duals.It nursed and cared for by the women ,
': is time that the taxpayers wake of the place. t
; I' I Where Franklin Made History New Plan Makes Painting Easy up and organize to prevent the validation
Men l by the legislature of the IHe- When the baseball hero makes an
ONE OF A SERIES OF TRAVEL TALKS I gal I acts of the officers of the IonaI extraordinary play and the 'crowd .
vt : I Drainage District., The time is short goes wild the extra strain on the
:r 'J NOWI rand stand amounts to 300( pounds a
; and the taxpayers MCST ACT
:"y; I
II 1ltl I i the legislature is made to understand square Inch. ei,dlIJI
; that the acts of these officials I Ii "-:......... ,
I WhiteI { have been unfair and unjust as well .
< :1 I [as ille 1.i l. STAY YOUNG .
: i Why the heavily taxed landowners Lack of fceal ". nrcrgth and n'I't' '
of the lone Drainage district should ergy shows itsc'f ia lines in the face
!"j" 0 ? 4 flabby fi sh zed: lack cf muscular
< if bt compelled to furnish a perpetual
I- Wear I r ,r9uceD kk .t=Any'n. n>eal ticket to a few people who give! LEON ACE r 3 ELIXIR FOR .

{ I .... nothing in return is the ninth wonder THE BLOOD build health
: V I of the world. They will continue to strength and energy. It keeps the
: "reap where they have not sown." fiesh hard and firm, the eyes clear
f.-lr .1 w Ys v X'lf ,2 Mr. Taxpayer, if you sit Idly by; and and bright It puts color in the
F do nothing to" prevent them. It I" cheeks a sparkle in the: eye and
: flesh the It is the ideal
: time to act and to stop them feeding tonic on body.
'at the trough which YOUR hard- : T
Stay yoniir br using LEON. '
earned money keeps filled for them ARDI-S ELIXIR FOR THE
I (Signed) CHARLES A. STAPLER BLOOD It invigorates and ,

I -. ssotxiM cot.c3Hr/_ pMf='I Cq/V GotrorY, .f When a -child is -born in Hr-'i-.h, strengthens rich red Wood the whole acts gently system on makes the
r 1 1 Guiana the father takes to his hammock liver and kidneys. Insist on
)Mt I LEONARD Refuse all others. ,t!
; for
="* where he remains fata"
lO-5 these four cozy dwellings of '
months for the painting of .
your all
At druggists.THE
T }; various styles which do you house. | time, abstaining from all work and
like the best? Cottage type? According to this plan less than
:Mixed American? Dutch Colonial
? dollar
A E a day dots a paint Job
k i u ti eft American Colonial? routine $350. Sating a dollar a
Uut the prettiest and coziest of day for a little over two months BEST BUY IN FORT MYERS I
I homes soon loses its beauty when gives you $70 for the initial amount I II
: the paint wears off Yet the almost necessary. Divide the remaining I

cents insignificant seventy-five cents sum a of dollar fifty' JJ80 over a period of ten months; A high class piece of business property just t
that makes J2S a month-hardly ,.
E I EI or a dollar and a half a day now a dollar a day. i off of First St.Investigate.

., -- -- 4t l,.. your paints Investment your home of three and five.protects ten With no financial strain or worry. this before its too late ;
'-- -- or twenty-five thousand dollars! :you are now able to preserve and r
r A beautify your home as well as increase -
new partial
payment painting
Plan introduced by the Sherwin- its value. The shabby and
,", ;: ;: Wili.nia! Company of Cleveland dilapidated house formerly the I I;
7 :''-' .' enables you to pay 20% down ia community's: disgrace Is noon to w 1 I Room Leon Bl tig ;
i- : i :w Plato Corker Onrj/rr Jt*tan7lf.tnr Corporations 1-------easUjiua the balance' over ten a thing of history. I ;

Suits And Trousers Famous. host on harder bclterm New Uamfihlre and Maine,.wltert I acreage.Into They voted themselves back I acreage adjoining the lona district. I. _, _' -_ 1 1I
the saddle. They have paid themselves thousands!
Henjamin FritukKtt fat *p his first listening rajB .
The money was in a Jacksonvillebank of dollars in salaries for the past I
,' We a".-them; in linen'and =_ E-JAJ'IX Franklin; as a scientist !;< :: flannel-whites and natural and+ a* an inventor has Franklin r .1"- wbic'h lie tlccr .I 's linen, color. Tailored g been decried by experts as an l recommended to the public in bank went Into the hands of a receiver [i taxpayers have been assessed to pay
I S to fit and built for long = amateur and a dabbler. For example 1753.It the money was tied up and the the preliminary expenses which, of 1

oJ.,:::" :'service. Priced so you'll be E he took up the study of ekc-: above was that on Franklin this house first put pictured.up aj j work stopped with only a fraction of (I[course, include the officers salaries. "
'.." = ''glad to buy = tr+city in V4r when he first sawa Ilghtr-ing; rod. For years the busi- the drainage work accomplished and In the Iona district forty feet on NEW
'i;' Leyden jar in, the manipulation ness of manufacturing l lightning ;i ill the available money expended.The I either aide ot the ditches were condemned .
of which lie became expert and rod and installing; them was, dottri- !i landowners are now called and this alone amounted to .
.'...". == == which he improved by the use of nated by swindlers and the rc"irta-; I upon to pay from $2 to $3 an acre I nearly gOO acres which can not be ,
.traaujstcd lead in the! place of water lion ol the lightning rod man became I drainage tax per annum, to pay interest used by the men who pay taxes on it
lor the interior armatures.A famous. But Franklin gave on those bonds and small and Is allowed to stand Idle V
only a to.grow
: I I note in his diary dated Novem- lo I HATS xI
:( posterity something worth while
;m boor 7. 1749. stew that he had then in lightning; rods, and today they fraction of those lands are adequately up |In weeds and grass and become an V
wrjwtuwd! that thinner ar.d lrht.7 -re cc-mnvm in those sections of tar i drained. The officers of the district eyesore to everybody Much of this ,.
:" .... were electrical m.iff;r fT. luphtnirxr,ctorms .n,1,; are importuning the taxpayersto land is valuable trucking land. t tI
1 ; I an rile tame year )fce rbnn.-i1 ,'... ;; ..,-... pay up the drainage taxes so The dirt taken from the ditchescan
; another bond Issue can be sold thus not be use* by the landowners to Just Received
increasing taxes. They advertising make fills In low places but must Ii IiI
are -
toViUa. Sons t McCarthy, the dis-
TOTMPAIRSOF1A their intention to apply to the stand to make the land unsightly to I
'i agreeing; ; to give them back all
) J.
/ the Some of the (
tlw money they paid out to have the state legislature when it meets which eye. ditches are six AS
iliUhe-du will be in a few days for a special feet in depth and the tidewater runs V
'. ,-plus is per cent-plus a
:: it' ;; act; TO VALIDATE ALL TIlE ACTS backward on the land at high tide instead I "
ORAIWA8E E DISTRICT yardage charge and rental charge We have just received a shipment of 73 new
; '; and aa overhead charge. This ran thecost OF THE OFFICERS. WHETHER OR of draining the land. models-so many in fact that selection is a pleasurable -. r\
ttIt: d" I r NOT THEY WERE DONE ACCORDING In the dry season when Irrigations
of the work noUo ONE DOLLARa task. So many colors that your most becoming
IlU11i I Tho taxpayers of the.'.lona Drain cablf #>4, for all ditches dug un- TO LAW They chirp they want 'necessary the ditches are so deep I shade is certain to be here '
: r : : .=I ale t>I.. *!*4'-areconfronted"with the der the contract while private the specialact passed to enable themto that Irrigation water Is drained off
1.;.., !f-;1V-f = White. whii: wfiirc-- : par sell more bonds. and this makes It Impossible to irrigate Every new shape that will be ,worn this
';-2 -E: Y elots: of; them in ,neat =1 I more possibility and yet/of continuing mora money to.expenaeaand pay out I.kind lies; were for: LESS digging TlLC&.TS ditches of the.. same A ; This proposal to ,again sell bonds successfully.! In the start It was I spring is part of this collection. Come in and .try '

:%= surrnne>? fabrics for buxl-. g I .akiry for a few individuals CUBIC YARD. I and once more boost taxes I is arousing stated that $157.000.00 would complete on a few of them!
,';"!* '"- ness and sport. With colLars -'= less they Awaken to.what: la being The land owners were aroused by the taxpayers who are tired of the work of. draining this district but
'. >"'. ":; rj:,. "or .neck band style.. :tempted and act before It Is too U11-1 this enormous waste of money in the j for I having their money spent with little U50OOQOO has been expended and the
r :An is made district and they > r no results. They are tired of payIng : work is really only begun. It will I Roger's Millinery Shop i''
= r, attempt to be at: organized a taxpayers -
-- 5_ .We;' also have others in -association fat salaries to a favored few year cost something like $70 an acre to
= ae)1RI.Colors checks g session, of the Florida legislature to and brought suit : drain the lands in this district':
stripes, after with as
year dralnpge
,validate. All; the acts of the officers against the officers of the district to I as an excuse StreetNEVER
*' :.::j;. E 'and odd designs that will. ? of .the drainage district whether 1e.I enjoin, them from going ahead with |I only and little done as a matter : things stand now. \ 1 \ >
-: -5 ; fit into occasion. I ,cf fact Important matters and ones ,
any ,gal ?r illegaland If this act ia! passed the ruinous "cost-plus" contract. The : i
i so vital to the interests of the
-: >" = by the legislature It will end allopportunity suit was compromised by the cancellation : I I These same officers, or at least apart pee>- ,Sf
I should be In the hands of I
"" ? 1.I : of recovering from them I of the "cost-pics" contract and :" of them organized the Tort My the I
county commissioners and not in t f !
:, ;' .;., ',= !moneys unjustly expended. I the off leers.of the district agreed to ers Drainage District" on. a largeiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimimiuiimiimiii' I ,. : '.
1 ,' n -- I The lens Drainage district was organlzed :have the matter' of the pay for the
Is == In 191J! ;and an entire five I work already done made a matter of' I .. ,.
= years i was spent, by the officers:!! before r arbitration and the salary and expeases 1- <-_ '
I the final plan o( reclamation was 1 I of the engineer aid secretary -
". i i adopted, so that the work could be ,Ikewlse. They agreed to let the re- 1- ----I I 1
> started. All :.this, tine the officers j':matader of the work to the lowest They came, :E: ; t I t Y
', = I were 'drawing salaries. :Those( who I bidder.\ The Injunction suit wa dismissed -- I II
... .( = !actaallyydI4 the.work which was done on this compromise agreement They Saw, | I }

?' I.were pS l\.b1g wartime wages.so that I and a bond issue of $150.000.00 BEFORE. -- '
the preliminary work,. engineeringand was sold on the district. The .compromise They Remarked = I 11 y.
'other expenses, amounted to over i agreement ,was only partiallycarried I .,
:j: I $100,0 1
,dug. held the 'voting power by means of 'V
Has such a remarkable subdivision Russell Park F
= I Then a "cost-pins" contract was let proxies from non-residents on large | "Truly, the world'sgreatest | as t
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.PAJAMAS, E = -7 -- - -- --- = been put on the market at such ridiculous l low prices. = 4
;J' ;; ,:APi t.? there' ate,ever #> | picture." | Never before have investors and home seekers been N

': 'Ina -said whites in just :: I given so much for their money,-in improvements

',< t',. ', as many.designs; and .fab' = ',' location-as they have in Russell Park. The present
: ;," 'rice:'{ at:will.helpto'make: II I
.. t deep alLthe moro'comfor-;.= Under New Management ROYAL II ')prices- are pre-development: prices-to form a substan-

::.,: ,table*these summer nights.'E,,/' f' tial group of boosters for the "Million Dollar Suburb." -
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1 reinforcedseams; : ,, : We Take 'Pleasure in

l'r 1 Announcing! that, R we are the new owners i==- =-- l NEVER AGAIN

of the, city 'transfer .ot this city. t -- --- ) > *

4 >\ .! addition | Douglas Fairbanks i iin ; After the sale of -th6 first unit of Rijssell Park:-is
,. 1 SERVICE: will be our keynote. In -
... closed, for the'season will such low prices be: offered. Ji

-,. --- to our: re equipment: we have just The ground floor stage of Russell Park is right now- ;

R. .= purchased a new International and are today. Announcement of the closing date will be made =.

":.-,}., ic- '.: ..'.=, "now in 'position, to promptly take care of "The Thief of in a few'days. In the next unit prices will be much higher "
: .7 = .
HOSE : any/class/ :of hauling such as household c owing to' the summer of extensive'development. Act

X, : .. ;:, g_ and kind : NOW wd buy in Russell Park.RUSSELL < .
'-' .: ;white} t Milk, ,1Is18and .=j moving< 'l baggage? transfer,: ,any I .aidUl"l ... .

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