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Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
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'- ,GOVERNOR J. V//,_ MARTIN Big Syndicate: Rum and in Vice Chicago f JUVENILE STAR I GOSPEL MEETINGS I Blossoms'Bring Memories .,1.R I J ARMEDA TRACT IS l




ADDRESSES LEGISlATURE I and CHICAGO.vice syndicate April has 8.-A been giant operate rum I I! IN_ BIG TENT ARE I I SOE.DTO SNELL AND I

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1 O 'lMPORTANT MAilERS lug in uncovered Chicago of the according today.organization to The information headquarters was-- I I N a >f I DRAWING' CROWD 0/q/ BAR'ELINTERESTSf'/ [ l


h raided and the records captured disclose I II !

TbX.GeverBar stresses! the Import many wealthy customers and I I .
} City sad Cvonty.nUe Tent Meetta!? Talaable Property' terser ef TaatlaaU .
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4 + :;.**.*".f EdMcatlea:=. Roads and from details of how liquor was brought ('''lItlAu to <<<;ro* In Interest t Trail and Aadersea Ateaaet ;;' < .
Miami New York and New I j h ; ., 'S
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-. Drainage ..ReapportloBiufnt I Orleans rum fleets. Additional details (1IDI.l'no4lat'la:: Coed; Music[ ..a a + 'wd ; A Very Valaable Property .. i'J
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l'TALLAHASSEE April. SV-Governor are expected bourly. I I The- Tuesday evening services was i i iI McMahon. local Realtor, ADJlOaD'i'i !

j Martin in first message delivered. I ,I one of our best; )lr. Jenkins preached I : ces the sale of be Armed Property ..

paraoto: Joint session 'of the legls- ALIENS FOUND I II. I I one of his most powerful sermons. I .. oa the corner of the Tamiamt Trail .

: I I and Anderson Are., to a Syndicate :
latare this morning'recommended "
'DOZEN his subject was "Revivals taken I
: In.1' I l I I II beaded by The Snell and Barnwell i
crease'-ia: ,afateV1 present three ( i, j from Psalms 8 -6. "Revive us Again. f Interests. {
'I I
Kasolln,.* tax?and that tax. b6 placed ,I. SANIBEL ISI.ADAD i 4 ; a I'j In his: discussion he brought:: out ten t The sale of the Armed propertyto

on 'lubricating oils/( and a slight increase j different kinds of church members Snell Bros and the Barnwell Realty -

in' state automobile licenses. '! and very forcefully illustrated each Company means that another link '

Also suggested heavier tax on trucks I' CREW CAPTURED: i kind. The crowd followed his discourse In the chain of large development
I for that section of the city: baa been
e- and busses. These recommendations I very closely and was very ap- forged. W. F. Barnwell assured the I

r In connection with an improved road Deputy Welii (Captures Allen and I: ;; preeiative of his remarks. ,I Press this afternoon that bin Interests .t

system The governor declared the Other Officer Help Bring I The choir ia rendering some good I In this purchase are not altogether '

people willing to be taxed for anything Them Ia I music, under the direction or Mr. Mc- speculative as be knows ot several -

they know will, enhance property val- j t :Morris, ot Tampa and Mrs, Jenkins. i building projects for the near h J

F t'" ues-and be further stated that system Twelve aliens and a crew consisting w j pianist. By request Mr. McMorris ii future within two blocks of this corner. i

.; bard surfaced roads will hasten development ot a captain, engineer and deck j j sand "Where is :My Wandering; Boy iI i i

+ of Florida as nothing else hand were arrested last night at I Tonishtr*: At the close of this special The work of widening Cleveland '

will. la connection with education Santbel Island by Deputy Sheriff n'.I j! oIJL y song i there were tears on the cheeks I avenue will be facilitated by this '" -

I governor emphasised recommendation A.' Wells who telephoned in and'' i jof several'mothers in the audience. purchase as It removes one more obstacle ,

.: for improved school facilities, Sheriff Frank B. Tippins.. William A.J ; The altar call was the most impressive from the path of the progressive t

suggesting legislators take up. matter Whalen. Immigration officer for Tarn-1, i ot the meeting when we saw f s1t developers. Work: of removing _

of proper .assessment of property pa, and Thomas V. Kirk, immigration i I the bright*profeaslona of several fences and widening' the street for .

throughout the state Everglades officer for the Florida district went I men and women turn from sin I 760:I feet along: the west side and 'illl I

drainage question gone Into la detail down and helped bring them" ,tn. "Though she ia only a bit over two!land' say from this act they would I + itr.I I feet along the east side has been be- .
This together The boat "20 de Mayo, or the i from this
with roada and education old. little Betty Norton bids. day live for Christ. gan. A twenty-foot slice will be '
twentieth of May, anchored Just years
be described as chief: business was I This afternoon there street taken off the Armeda property !in
fair emulate her older sisters as a j was a !I : or- .
island
session. off the between the lighthouse
of this
water r.yaiph. Betty can swim 50 t meeting in front of the First XaI -I der that Cleveland avenue may be

-'-- aad the. Ocean Leather Company'splant. yards with ease, and is a diver of I tional Bank and from day to day v-gyp-per -- Q i iIKIWANIS as wide here as It will be at, other .J

TALLAHASSEE April .-Throngs was the The captain aliens!and were engineer.ashore The as ability. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. ,j meetings will be held on the streets ivlanx Tamxira. wife of the e.--oria secretary"of"the Japanese embassy.. iI points.

crowded the House gallery early this deckhand aboard the Fay Norton of Los Angeles Calif. I| and In the shops of the City of Fort Teijire Tamura, with her auk lighter Sum ere carried bock to old I This wonderful corner situated at

morning la order to be sure to get to was captured --- -- j Myers. i iI pan with the aroma of then native blossoms which surround the Tidal the junction point of four great traffic t
bear the address ..., I t
of Governor Martin ti1'ash
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ship.The p.wr
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arteries should
Lasteek there 23 of the ,
were cottage prove one
captain is !Mateo Mir the engineer -
to the legislature. At eleven o'clock Fred Gomes and the; deck- ClUB ENDS i|I prayer meetings and from these most valuable pieces of property In 4 1
the :
governor delivered his address
which was heartily applauded. The band is Eughio Sanchei. These with j,i meetings ninety-seven prayers and I' CLUB'S' BASE 1THRE I iEN 'WITH I II fort Myers.: i :z
Another
following summary of the address the aliens are now In the county Jail 'several hundred silent prayers were sale of Importance I* i b
j j I sent up to God for the unsaved of this the Burns property oa Carson street t
and will be taken SUCCESSFUL SEASONthijiist
gives the main points of probably to Tampa ,
-- Importance' In the morning. l, community, This week there will be just across Iron the Furea Homes.
In hi
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The boat left Havana. Cuba on several new prayer meetings organ- BAll PROPOSIflOtFINANCIAL GASOLINE DRUM STILL Carson_street will undoubtedly carry ,
l ized in different parts of the city. I much of the heavy traffic going i
l
,. TALLAHASSEE FLA, April i. .:: [April 2nd and bad a rough passage. AT COMMUNITY i
The aliens are about the usual run HALLI Meetings daily at 3:30 and 7:30 at iI south OIL, the Tamiamt Trail. It beiac- {

wore Governor' a Joint Martin session, appearing ot the; in legislature persoa- ;but a little cleaner and better dress the Big Gospel Tent. SUCCESS I CAPTURED BY WELLS iI I I the lag only the Trail steet wits la this first section street connect eiUn F

here today to deliver his first ed. They consist of Greeks Spa'n.lardl Program\ of .Manic. and Siechee lk ..
I >n.

cautioned message to them the lawmakers enactment of lo'lorida. I ImmigratioaTOfflcer, one Russian and Whalen a Turk. says )Fareeelis Are Said lulil I[i Collection Rare Laces Dick. Richards_Uhco Credit and !Six: Barrel )la'J.h., ('.ltPU I'lpe And I The Pearce property consisting of. -t

Carelessly 'drawn against and ol that \J i. office here has an unusually I >ext tieason! Shown Franklin ArmsTOmdlrrow Thanks For Fa Mini? I'rope.I _Quart. Of Shine Are cue hundred ftfty. Ol1f and oae-halt' .
hastily enacted
I .
good Percentages of! captnres"'to its.crdttA&.I niJvUTt sitio Over Cenfbcated. feet has been sold to a syndicate el
legislation;othbr.a. declared, cans ";-, !. L _.tJk t .tph; ,Jteld,erg, final I""" I local men because, of Us pat invent-p-... 'e
"a'ftevnooa -
'"Ii '.,...'.M.I.tor..lI.etriMa' } o the ptoaperltj'and'devglopmont .....,..- meeting for the season at Community will take the lace exhibition r : At ;;: regular 'weekly With a still made from. a gasoline I meat >possibilities. This prop.t, is
of the state than Hall last night. Realizing that they place at the Frank- also Carson street.
War ,lin luncheon of the KiwanU 1-4"un. in operation and one quart ofevidence oa
treasures of this type. 'Law should be Lord Nominated Arms hotel. \
I would not meet again until tell Twenty acres belonging te ,Mnr.
designed to protect the individual andBociipty The program begins at 3:30 with Club held at the Franklin already run oft when Deputy
seemed bent Alice
For President Germany every body on makingthe I :McCana and Jim Mendry and
and : the Story of Lace Making. Arms at noon today U. Q.
personal' property' rights, evening one not to be soon forgotten Sheriff W. A. Wells appeared, on joining the city limits, has been sold:
.htt',niided, but "yon can never maktf Mrs. Wlnsor presided with I i At 4:30 the Story of Lace Making Richards who managed natters pertaining the scene Harney Morgan. Buck to Saint Petersburg people. This
people good happy by BERLIN April 8.-Field Marshal of the Long Ago will be told. I to Connie Mack's Philadelphia -
healthy |
or legislation -
her accustomed grace, and also tract is well located and
Morgan and Gene Mathias : will be sab-) .
." Von Hindeaburg bas been nominated | In the priceless l.oulie Gordon I Athletics for the season! here. who were .
favored with her riots I
the gathering divided next
'T"e.- told the is a' candidate for president of Germ-; Roper collection of rare laces to beaho..n made his report which showed. that at the still were arrested on the season
; governor legislators
In songfest In a duet with Mrs. Reed These sales Indicate faith In the :
that be (rwould recommend certain soy by the National" Conservative -"Beautiful Moonlight," an opening I at the Silver Tea given by the I the receipts had been a ]fine over charge of manufacturing moonshine growth of, Fort Myers.
Bourgeois bloc In the Reichstag. U. D. C. in the lobby of the Franklin 1200000. of which $Jll,000.< had and Property
.measure l. but that he would make no number and again in the final number brought to town and lodged Ia purchased!. now should show good -
** Arms Thursday afternoon ,been expended to make diamond
attempt to dictate to in mattersof are exquisite -
you "Till We Meet Again.lung with profits nest season. A good road to
<* Accepts Gemination treasures within whose fascinating I build\ club house and pay team's oxpeaces JaiLThe
legislation shall not bold I Ibas' Miss Mildred Williams. Other vocal stilt located Tampa is an assured
was in I fact. Unless
: a cypress
secret caucuses behind closed BERLIN, April -Von Hindenbarg I stitches are woven the skill etc., leaving oa bands a balance J
doors numbers, beautifully sung were a 'I' head. all signs fail Us a good time to buy
accepted the nomination for the on Telegraph creek
and pride of centuries. of $1,000.00 plus. scarf
a for the purpose of organizing legislative' group by Mrs. Mintger-"The Star" I W. F. Barnwell reports the sale of
presidency of Germany, after asking: This ChauBcty Ford and the drum sU1
Except for exhibition In museums, was a good showing for the
s blocs' to put through pet tneas- all /rules Rogers; "By the Waters of Minne barrels of buck and two the corner at Edison aveaa. and the
support of > comprising ball copper pipes f
and
this collection has only once before wise season Walter O. Sheppard -
area; ,be said; "nor shall I at "
anytime tanks "My Heart My Soul; and TamianU Trail has been sold through
National Bourge bloc. It Is announced were confiscated. Preparations !
been! offered for public Inspection. moved that the club extend tofro 1
attempt to wield a big stick the People's will not de Hardelot's beautiful "Because"Miss seemed to have been made for exten- T C. Barawell to Harry Ford of
party Presented last :year at the famous ) Richards, for his untiring efforts ,
-p over the law-making body. him. his Mildred Williams vocal selections site operations but the arrival: Starke. who owns tour homes la different -
oppose Many objections to of
winter colony in Thomasville. Ga.. tll putting the proposition, over aa
lie urged members of both bouses
-were so much enjoyed that parts of Florida and I. now
nomination coming from Nationalistic Deputy Wells put quietus farther
the oldest and wealthiest families in Mpression of their appreciation. It a on
1 to adopt a welldefineddefinite, progressive she wa's repeatedly encored. buying up good corners la different
ranks to him the operations at
5- legislative "typifying wholly America, specimens In this collectionwere was voted unanimously that Mr. I prestat.The ,
"which
program J. W. Coffee also -inspiring I cities!
rigid monarchial! era which has sang adjudged the rarest .in exist- ichards is entitled to the fall credit'n I Morgans are still iq Jail but .
'will embrace measures of importance every cue; to join with him in "Silver This is the fourth sale of this corner
gone. ence by nationally known 9nDols.eura. the matter and has the sincere Matbias is out viler a $iQ 4bond.
t to: the whole state and apply yourselves Threads Among The Gold" and hanks of the club I within the year and tab time ,It "+
: assiduously and .earnestly to "America." Mrs. Wlnsor and Miss brought $82 a front fooL
Rich. old and all Mr. Fischer, of Miami, made talkn
I poor young a '
the. task of translating this program ROTARY MEET ON BotU were accompanists Miss Botts i Mr. Barnwell also reports the sale,
lovers of the beautiful within the : which ho invited the club to be
into law rather than attempting a also 'playing the piano score for A. TWO' MEN N of two lots la, SUdler'a Central 1}
confines of the city. should grasp this .he guests of the Hollywood. man-
r multitude, experimental and doubt. I E. Rasmussen's violin selections.Mr. I, Heights to Mr, and Sirs. :Fogelqaist, \
tr opportunity a lifetime to view igetaeat from, next :Monday to Sat- FINDYfflO
fur measures. with 'speculative result APRIL 21 IS FIA1DECIONCOMMI11EE House made a humorous speech. j Of Saint Petersburg for JI.OOO.W I
t with their own eyes these unrivalled rday following the married mem-
.r" Mrs. Winsor insisted that Mr. 183 each. Mr. Fogelquist Is a bunder and ,t
creations of centuries ia the most 'Jeta and their wives to go la one bus
Make..your goal and steer for it Hosmer as a former president of the has gone back to Saint Petersburg
I difficult and intricate of all crafts, tad a stag party la the other.
with. compass precision, he urged. > l club should be the last speaker and needlework. For to dispose of his Interests In that city ,.
one magnificent Immigration Officer Kirk made a
Roads, education drainage of the the club took the finale out of her M. NOT LISTED and will move to Fort Myers.
$- specimen in this collection alone. :*lk 14 which he suggested that the
Everglades, ''taxation,_ and reappoint- hands and gave her a rising vote I Six lots la Coronado have Mea sold
more than one thousand dollars was '!ub here take up the matter of start-
mrni.were listed by toe'governor as of thanks punctuated by three rous- thte week by the Barawell Realty
Committee 4111 Arrangements Yet Ia- offered by the Metropolitan museum., fig a free clinic. The Ki"'aDbCl b
'recommendations he would have the ter-clty ]Meet of Rotary Decides .. i lug cheers: -a tribute, to her splendid I it Jacksonville, ol which be Is a 1 I J. E. ('raflen5:5;:; d DeaaU V. Company. J
legislature gfv* first attention:; -UaT- service .
as president.P.
l The Earlier Date | member took up this work and the Foley Find this barter la.
!ing ;disposed of these iron will find I '
'Sc '- Rotary Lion and other clubs gave I ICE CREAM FACTORY UP
Hoar
comparatively'easy to get through mornm' E. 0. SISTERS .MEET HATE YOU MADE 10TK. u : t.
This at a meeting of the heir support and there are few sick -
'with that part of your program. which I IHESTlEXT:
:xjmmtttee which ir crippled children on the street.. Work the lea 1 .
'will follow,"_ h. continued:' on arrangements Tie statement 4>t Kr. Rivers' In on cream factory *
recommendations be s outlining the plans for the coming Mrs. Laura C. Gephart. Washingtonstreet Dick Boyd asked that several aua- I yesterday's Fort Myers Press to" the practically completed and the heavy
Among .other The time drawing short .
nter-City Meeting of ''the Rotary was the hostess Tuesday Js ; ired coconuts be sent to the Kiwaateoaveation effect machinery: la being moved la It wtUfcegia
kla
submitted in bit message were: In which to raise the rest of tbemoneY' that census of Fort Myers i
ning for the meeting of Chapter
tevision'or amendment of the law Clubs of Saint Petersburg' Tampa eTe-1 at Saint Paul oa June' 6, I} will b* complete den not seem to be'horse : to manufacture ice cream ia a,
to
the E. 0. Sisterhood. After take
P. necessary care
-t .Akelaad. Orlando, Avon Park Se- T aad 8 to advertise and rive Fort few days. E. V. Goodman Son.
facts. to
| out by according: ; recent
'regulating speed and .t traffic on public regular business session the of the purchase of the right
bring, Bartow Punt Gorda and Fort Myers publicity) in that part of thefouniry investigations contractors.
;
tihigbwayL; } was'entertained by Mrs. Gresham of way and terminals for the
t dyers at Fort Myers decided that the where coconst growing isunknown.
*v Industrial Survey, Fish and Game, Mrs. Harley. discussing the "Flora oil I Seaboard. A little over $150,000 : ; la front ot his, cews stand oa First
rest date that could be fixed would The club] win send thecoconuts. I
Regulation'.of ,Shipment of Green 'Fort Myers." Mrs. Harley read au baa-bee subscribed. BO- far and street this mar-. ing,1. E. CroUoa; Jr, THE WEATHER I
April 21. This is regular meet-
is a
Fruit and, Marketing. of Florida,\: '- :jig date ot Fort Myers Rotary Club original aad' clever poem embracingall a few public-spirited- men: said Meeting opened with Invocation by !la 30 minutes fouai St people whose

acts;: :: In the flowers blooming each. month they would be ,willing lo,guarantee Or. Henry.. Dick Boyd presided. Song names had .not bears secured, by. Mr. '
tad so aU attendance caa make ; j o: t. ghost temperature
-HetabllahmentofIndustrial,, plants 'during the r ar. the financing of the ba\- | Rivers. Ia one tour. Mr. c
heir: weekly. attendance by' being America was sung.; Visitors: been [ytsttrday ,,. .., ,'-, tl ,
I ;
Ia 'state instittntions under control Ice cream .and cake were served. sacs, it twenty-five men would [fond_ 113 who! said t r bad not
Fischer Kirk, Post Milton
Present ath luncheon. meeting of Lowest
temperature ,
"and} managemant pf the board; of ,com- Join In the guarantee. Someof I Land. listed by the enumerator
bat day. -Garbin.BaKlmore last Bight .. ..aft
:jateioners of state institutions_ them said they would Jbe one i [ :Mr. Crafton approached few of "? "

1tNUol of commission to study: The general committee consisting fOREST liRE RAGES[: ot ten. but the consensus ot all the.ladles passing Found:]: $ color- Rainfall, 24 bra, tog
>t Clint Bolick, Ora E. Chapin. and S j a. m. las, s. .., _'an- r
a4.investigate'. legal procedure la met who agreed to help in the guarantee NEW INVENTIOt'PTURE TO ed woman" who bad sot been listed ? )
Walter:Bowles this morning'and Wind, dlrectloa Nee.Wlad .
Oak state;; and to make: recommendation was. that the guarantors Not more' than bait the people pjss- '
immediately
ieclded to wire the vet, atite
*'tor amendment ,and revision- OVER BLUE RIDGE should, number at least twenty t lug "were stopped and *ske4 whether ; j
Jobs that toe meeting'wtU b bell Clear
Sky
Creation ot-:courts: of domestic.re- five. In the meantime it way they bad been listed.. About twenty S i
{ WHAT YOU
and urging their attendance. Barometer,r.30.94
latioas In )larger counties In conjunct thought that, pledgesrwanM. per cent of the people ebo stoppedwere i i
following'committees derided
The were -
tloa' with juvealie'coudsthereinPlquire : ., VIRGINIA be received tot cat ,down' ,the. found to be winter visitors and ". .
:tai,,,collectors list la,'xiodpts' on B.I neCe.sarr.1 la addition to MOUNTAINS OF ..deficit. Further pledges 'nave, ''tourists lAM tftaa! 'half of the peo- .J'IorWa: Fait toaitftt''aad Thursday
the general committee: Program.-Re- hEAR OVER RA little. change. Ia tea> tueaorthe.aat ;
separate amounts paid, ',for however, been slow la materializing i pie r seen bed .&.<:tt listed .
: .
!ceptioa and Entertainment.. Or* E. wind .
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coty and state. taxes.Reaaai . and It is accessary .to i t" Mr. CraOon discovered that about. I,
Chapin .'was appointed ,chairman: of Fifteen Forest Fires" Boar la Ticinltvet '
law requiringJudges: : busy again these 'subscriptions .
of get oa ftlttjr percent ot .t' people did not'knowind
charge Jarors'prior to',closing argue the Program'CommUtH., WalterBowiesvof Proposed Sbeaaadeak National :! We trust that tomorrow alas hays lie Ha* Invented itt beard that a ea- : '1

...... .by. eovnsel.-. the Reception'Committee, Park -j win,' see- a 'substantial Dance- That .YYBI' EaM: FaTo :!. I sus 'is being laiwa. Some who- had I! AN
of the AlliYlft
W.'M.
and Harley
tree tsxt.'books Ia pubUc : Entertainment addition, to' the, subscription- See Over: Radio been 1lstedespn1att
paaM. CommitteeJ Eadl-'eb .1rman will BLACKSBURG:: Va. April LTbe'tames \ .. ; thi ladies said i .
'There ----- ;
wig ..a4 more adequate facilities are ,'goodly !number 4 they bad 'txo. biiWre., .
-the rest of the, members of his of fifteen separate and distinct I TaV ria.rnul Sp ; Although I I..
calWrea of the state ,pick .. : people who '.bare' 'aa ret done '1Ir Ar ; woo tat: ,
.. ..... UM the Bin .' B-\LT1MORK C ; ,, I! Flirt Fias TW ; la
1 committee., forest fires raging.over April ;L---Aanoun 1 prise. $25 gold to: tie Port 3
vrUca ".Iualie II.ttii7 :nothtntr.. and 'some' who have. .
..... tier that will bring along line of Virginia 1 ; {[went 13 trade; here be'G Fran A like bad!
SlHeWUpin This meeting probably Ridge .Mountain thought k ; ads I !I.! *Xtrtj3T* was ky' Don- Myers Press sofetcriyttoa contest X
subscribed having '
edncatioa.: : from'-a hundred'to "a-f hundred" 'sad i ; and West 'Virginia" vicinity J over, many desire totecrtase iaenkla thai he .kanMvented. s device! JaW, B. .Foiey., Tbis morefafcf' be I waat to tbaak ail fair, .,_ .

fifty,i of :they le4tag: business men of of proposed ShenandOah Kattoaal! their snbfitrtatioa-: ::The:taxr. tweJFas caaM MAo" tea* to-s* r 'aa j started ott;' wisi relleJi.a. 4 p4 and rri68llk wb stood so leyslfcy! brav "

; M>I"foIsaJre. moving along j .,. brareveada: ,: ,lor.. kiss des-,I Ia less th54t9u bad 1M aM .
,' fee southwestern.part of the state to Park.Moat to do .I It 1* NOW., Let's lie !| a < ,fits sae & me tbelc 1IIIIIItia -
five mite ,Ia Talley'b two o gap I Unee. He .mado' tkts. .-.acemeal t people wbo1 live' la ? i atria and -
Port! .Myers aa*;will a We boast tToa4 'prepared the' ,Utter mM ; ort .Jyece ww pYuc1t45. tilt

Vhk e Meetinr ;'or: te city: :, .- aad,Bash. Mountain raacea; .Tbe. ftreik l ,iais week.to ten .Mr... ?.is [ia laeetiac 'Tot_ the ;JAsoarieaa.'c>?' have" not:beta Usit& by Mr.i'Mrj ; .vpsa; rasa.. ,

T1I.eeeUD.: .'will 0 la....... 'a. ;f aewograra. beiadriven rapidly" ;towards I .'aad the other .ofOe3;of fee, 'nlcat SucJetjr( benC.; *ad:aeing-'_' sold l' : &ie.. Wkes Ma pmsaiM sieaiBfiKte The pfeasvre of __ .slaw .

O April .--Two bad : At ,nooa the Botary Aaa'if !, Jams: river by steady wtad.-ValaaW; i I ambor4 that 'ww' *5I; :,ra
;fn a tnsathsg here last s4k* > Fart Myera wUInab "tbe"' vlsBg tUnkf Je 'b! ag :destroyed" at *o\\ 'with this ..all<< lisas.rjn&aey., j
tj ld 'ip fc- Use hixhwayfaea '.( Rob;" Ama sad ta the evening; ether 'tosses";;so, Jar'x4pated. St ea-H Come. one fre: i
aad rubbed of ever 9 here' win be a bawm* which Rn- none work ot fire ghters saving- ',. :He 'game's! and 'see i qt what U .bapjpealng. as: .comfdete returns gnat kt ta ky

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:; XHEROIITERS\ : .REs5 A PREDICAMENT jI THE BODYGUARD -COMING EVENTSUtr.al
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l ier.rd ntj .aorpt+Am.aa.r at tb. P rwe.e TnIdng.-lit Jaet. \ f"

'......,. .. ; r]j .StrNt.. FOrf'llreretpFlQtld7.. '" .',';j : in'the ,. ..:1 Ii.r, tern! ,1
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f\W'Iohi Somb'of congressmen are -- --
--- I < ; :Neighbors will have .
t I'.L''IIitl': l.IXEIt5! pft ; Itt$+3tatitd ol a bad fix. Aa increase of pay !has been votedto r-u : o : .. a apt ai meeting: at Pythian Hall at

tpLU6GE 1 fIUliteel;, i'nhisber ahJ+ileaeisl )f.'I'; .*" ; : them; which trMsr- feel they should not take\ : %. iir ,'i;3ii: the evening. .

must take -it, I r., i a .
snd the government" they .
rMrrKr as d-M'io Matr' .
d4 t t Pot{U'trs FlorMa- tat.. th. Aft ota lbrF1: a. 15.atrrgndR4 I' willy nm;!. They.have no .choice"in the matter. : \\" I fact: M.TS:. Reftekah. Lodi wlU '.

..."Wi Vt> nwoj p t "fen NbvVfot'!r. '$r.4.* Undo Sain'a bookkeeping cannot be cluttered uPi ....' at \t'-R Knishts of PytWMia lull
__ .a ton' U ;*J" ..1'11..K1 ; with! a Jot of accounts with, congressmen for: vary.; ll. -lJ1. _c.llt! hers '.... tcJ betleeetK

ntJ: 6p'nJEJ.f\Sot jAte PHErV ); I 'ttS' amount j ,; .. > ...ititc.s' UebetIMs ereai'ti -
;.era A'.Q e4> ,i.c U VHhffwrty (N Ut!\!d to Uto. ryas few There is only one loophole left for these t hkT eL" .
i144t..zkrn ot i l.baemw)4cli4it&) to )*"., not wbertJJU'fc.wt4 : f ;. t!> !>
rsaa td .t.,a: > fi5 btL'iiJ... lite lfcI MOT rub I irember* who think they: have been getting alit) .Vets
> Cd.AdAtMt... -, I tfcev are worth. That i is, to give the additional Jar H1w.nIaCtibiii
"Ff m.tlol\.t.atrrEini dlapatelpr levels an : itYit tor Hretrresat
.100... renewed. money back to the government. This is ,permissi- ,
r 1tetlti. tfai 9nncheoa -
ff r '.r'{ 1'. SUC U17Y'PT11tATp3iw 'J!!>. It will have the advantage of calling sharply I /Ao! : c -: t M;toe iIIn Arms
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i.J t 1d, ltA4ry C '. .[ cbtle-a44 Il ary coQntJu I to the attention of the voters the ,names of j U o'etk ..... >
One .-.....WsH .t'> I On Month __._._-- '. those who} oppose the raise. .
'thrM 'Sonny: ___ I.ft Kitrre Montle,. 1.n -
p lfer.tl.s insM >mtht -,.-- r its All this j is rather foolish except as a method !i iT Atdt';ninth
tqTev : :::::::::" Year == 6srt: :t registering a,protest against the action of ,I } L..si.C LbrtluMcfit; : 14att -11I.-8.

'';h8''lw'Teklr Van IdYerd PJ..7b Ytar _,_SiO* Congress. The members to whom the pay has 1I |! Sawyer Tu.u.t.tI)4. Ran k
; Tt+rt4eebt: F" it"-.1'1""$ SIx Itit" :.-___. I Ix.f>grartted should take it and then: try to earn j ji I It t4ae. Ptraattlurt. eam- 3-to s. In +'

"I I i it! by a littte better service._ I I ,th..al.tu1lpOli.. .. _
.. IF TN :G'_ _B R The people: in general do not seriously objecttQ -
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; TIONAtR1At I t J ,De Aleae Osvisoa 1tat+yis4M Bi.tJtaa -
r'ess. The increase amounts to about one cent .
>- ,, J t; r We wtWtald its aaaa4lb .MWt.a. -
l, .: 3 VPOT for each person in the country. What the i I
" Ig \ ASSmuiO .. :> public does find objectionable is the rather evasive :}I '. < .; ioe home at'..Ia (.Mft HanSt. -
,L 1 I : UW3. The Oaks, T1tInI 4
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way in which the salary increase was! put j cv I4q
S 1ewArt? Snmlll't'D essai+:a t4.fa: }(I'i ua.'M'Wle... :across. It \vaa without a record as if the members> 1 j : O'clock. A fen attradeaee te de<
i :e"b.t' ti Ir1.G.firsA 4 IG4'laUep. were' ashamed of it. [ .
" sat $ hlielestd.
Idadtey leads .
"jrim floi1da AssatIe1ed .
t DaJMe" AH a matter of fact the whole country would Ii\ ,__ 'iI M4he bam st'Vt*. & I.. Daniel. ;
>; '. tpifr! South 110rldll I'resa: Allodatl, II! i iI
: be glad to have Congress tilled with the ten thou- l : 81 Oevelcad A e. at J:30( P. M. s
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': :r V ednsday Afteriuwn, April RJ9:5 !Qand-doUarayear' men. It would be glad even I there wtt\."btf a' slater Egg Hunt
I to ha&e ,$. considerable number of such men in ; kL 7)4'I 1 Ilex the foar aad five year old cfcilartmnt -
i' : ." BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TQPAY congress and-would be willing: to pay the rest the i ,.d (Seghtenr's l > ) of the

c, +.1: Cursing or hles$ing?-*-(!rsed be ten thousand dollars, in order to be more sure that !i t c. 'tars" : lktio t Snaky School.

f.nun that trust. th Jn ntan, and makt 1| t the general average of ability would be somewhat j i 'JI tJMft, 8M i-diaHy h11ted.fte .
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elh 'fI 1h hfa arm,' and whcs-; heart raised. The congressmen need not hesitate to I! PWt ltyen Rebekah. will hold
from the Lord. a* Ht'ier Bnaar OB Saturday April
departelh take the dfkd pay but they should make avery
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; s "' Blessed Is 'anthat.trust eth in the Lprd, earnest effort to render better service than i!(i 'Utit te the Areade.Tfce

and whose hone; ,,Ihe'Lord, isu...-JererafcUrlT*:.5; 7, many of them have given in recent times.- ,'.ial. April 1nL:
:-'T: ;- hfisnli IlerakL !
THE FORT MTEKS rKESS.riATFOJW., Ladies of Sairt swims Cath-

JI.4 r' ''i;: -. '" H Hr r.pie CborcH wilf glee a dance at the

nandiit: -;add.Loaa Assectathzi, GOOD OLD TAX EXEMPT ALACIIUA COUNTY C t z ',- ::L- W f1W1n ; L'ipct": fur' lIanldpa1fain I k 'fllI .

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r .> ,.,idler >)rcotit or Islam Park atlWSi JlIIl ltlpt-1'.41. While we are on the subject of tax matters ; \ t foe tine ::eats of the

.tedb>? .". ..} 'I i :let u-. louk} at another situation Alachua county.I .-

*i. .t1Uitr.Fruut, Cbnleiard. Did tuu-ever realize the amount of property in I l : and Mrw" parka sued Cluster
:; -b ace Urd fs Creseebt Tteatiu : r Hal church both Suntt. and .... t. >b wktg Y.t 'J t ,, .
's ?tI> this i aunty that is not subject to taxation? We ALVA f ty' morning lit alt Ies< !vest spent So day with Mr. Sny-
I eptr. Chef! last aft: 10' rf9TJde EMrtire 'tarliraiGGa f will! mention a few of them right in the vicinity -..:- eveaing. On Monday it?: made several snM Pttria'of their..TMUBasa4s! to ei .tiler'a ad raMify near Denaud.
,. r calls his sick parishioners.. Koahv!: (\\D. IWe cM i
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\f the county capital. The Elks home, The Macr.ic Mrs. II. II. Tussey and :Mrs Hobart I
y (:ompiztloa ftr .Lee eutJ&ssrem rjf Twtda! .' ; : Temple, other fraternal buildings, about attendetl the federation of Woman's 'lion. l :tMabe... and 't..e 1IaJ'I S''I >"T-. Parks and Ard Slyvost went torT
Mrs. Ramsey .rrmaitis quite sick' ; ; pros.Slr > j .
t bxtldetlan of Taa.Lu&l Trail AtJ fart ltytrv7 alhSliTucKdav and their
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.. half a dozen or more fraternity houses, the university Clubs list Tuesday afternoon in Fort Mr. Ramsey camp tto-wu from ClewLs-i I wayho
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; Svelte l1 id railway, ; :Myers. ):c stopped at Jacks hike where
j property, the state road property the I ton Sundry in see ber but on acvouut !I
a ate Ika3tf.cat1en of 1HiItwayt: lD'hHl1U;; Pedaling I ICaeaaunt J-'dtble minded Ii; Dtxtd hiM suJti, l par: of his place I tiny spent some tiMe fishing.
property, churches etc.
parsonages, of hBsiaess had: to go back. | i
or. ', : 'False ftcm't 1'JtniaiaI TrullRpad l1e r" crass t An all day: meeting was held of the j a u.l we understand that he i is now i
Now
we can see no reason why the Elks. Masons.
J; ., ... ', t. 'Ce(:; >l&tt" add ( 1'5thl1lrlt1' l' 1:01&1 hlm&. { alort; fraternal orders and fraternity properties.should I Girl'.,club where the County Demonstrator Miss Anita Cc;x and friend Miss se-Jijii? his home place. I ir.: ('oD dOQ retsrned from Tampa
; :Mctidr.y and! will stay in Alva few
:: assisted br'Mr. Lewis.of Fort a
.Jlctt"tuf Dottetntd'te Punta latsw \
. s '. hot be tfxed. We are informed by the clerk inziaasvi'tle i I Oweas spent thtweek cod with MISHAnita's i
;' .:! r, .. ,,.,',;It.iif:, tt. i"}::i6J. r"awry'tjtTlh'FIIS :. ..-. that the fraternities at the university i Myers Easter hats.helped the girls make their parents ra Alva. ,| The By*.est Brothers hHvcom- 'r days. -

iI : ;' :: :r:, pJjflVEESAt, AGR 1T dq pay a city tax but the county tax assessor I!" parted business the and addition are now 1.0 their having: place the of I I tr. WiHiaais of East Fort Myera t

I.;\f:; .' :,'; -'\\ 'ihti"alrthoS 'sa antly rules not: so. If they should pay a city tax they Mr. and Mrs. Staley left Tuesday of Mr.y. and felts Mrs, Bateaiiae tockauper and a at party the| bqiWiaC painted, which will) help tu t vfadt ed See stater, Mr*. Ramsey Sun-

t '. spea>t Qf time;which i3.spe t studyiqg Lain Jan-i!t!' would have to pay a county tax to our way of for their home in Loam I ILL after WItCk.; eng UftMra. > .,,dr iaS.- ) looks of At a. Their sister Mrs. Ro- day.

I .. -. e. v ali.trad'the f 6llo\s-ing expert opinion i;thinkingbut recent ruling by the Illinois su- spending the winter at Alva. stayingat t. ._ !Beets bus o eacd. up a little store' 1*It
our I'i jsreme curt was that they were incorporated not.: Mr\ Solomans rooming house. gbe aditttwi a JUagae\ create cool
; .1 try Jr. lifliam J./i1\iza o{ own state naiverHe : Wafle *c b ltL"a fromMtes WANTED COTTON
,' for pfpt.: therefore no tax was collectable under fftrJsfe, eaipanC other SJH* *, : CLEAN
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:; : ei 4,1- Says! .. !I t I Pee >*? that ttwjr Tr2r ia:! !
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The Civic Club, met Thursday f __
( the constitution of that state. We do not know '
:: its i tei Maryland W H-:. Ike !brats: apt, that ,\ AT ONCE. PRESS
t "Although froruiiJlQsjandpoint.o; use I OFt -
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; : j the Community rooms with Mesdames
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FlQrjrt.a.v\ oh he a're'in I Th*-sesrrete mixture is -110.. down S/
fP! .;" : : alx8Ch,. Latin,'is :taiasid Tcl.a"deed t Ja rua ge.ft, i j ji1 |jtfea! subject we favor Charles Foster and' Jay Hard as I they had b4Jp.IIa. c evsr. ;,least I.' ta Ju&te dad is mi3Outbarsta t /, r -
i J4f-* #> lodges and fraternities, at least raying t1'kh no troi ; tetkte rsostprStei
cIpt
:'.' :' -i ':'. still has many Itgcs' innh);Bdentifi 1tfQrl4 1'hei hostesses. During the business session I ---- _'___ __,____ ..
.' botanicalnames of, th i itheirproportion] of the taxes. and so far AS 'we MrHard u4 b.nv. rhtieed R.r: ,
L3 .t: 'plaati-iind <5' jsoo0g |, it was decided to bare a fish fry of l Everett "
Tare- concerned you may carry it a little further I and ilra Oycbea ga.et. Fart My x&[ fir. ByiCondoS
t\ 'animals social friends Thursday
; rutraes-of,, arfe'wrjf ten in Laths.n phar* : i for the club and ,
::<:: ".' i;ady, Latinbalnea: are used l for drpg and themir 'land td everything:: including the >preachers' evening: at the Pavilion During I Sunday. ,t' >. i iMr k'Ct(1M4+ Ai 4 A Tties :
caL; The1 phartBacIsts'iirast-be'faJniirar with 1 t tianies and let ell share alike. : the social hour refreshments of Iced i !f' rbt) t1c'F 5b' gee f t'rIQ : RNs

11 'ref Latin, because that t tis tbe'1 language,the pHysidaB i I New don't holler, the editor personally: would j strawber-ry -. and MraJiajrwxt darkbnaa] L Cl rtjq) CO ftVr M
and bias Edwina $o4 mother nptar;,
I l1sti in, writing prescriptions. Patients some- i jKat I hit; just the satae as a few of you others but ; (o Ij-Belle So&day atteriwon. woujcf all be shared alike and when we get to } G4At'+ ti0N _
ink j
ll'rrtek t that-the physician writes their ( irtnptifl2sl.ln ji
pr }-i eacH I ilr. and Mrs. H. H. Tussey took i
a fwhere man carries his. share of the burden,
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Lalin .so that hsy; vrilj not know i iI jwe I will be able to knock off a-few of those: millslaud supper with: Mr. and, Mrs. Harley In Dr. PhOUps 4id Mr. Watson of thtj;J -
I nat.mecUcInsthey: are getting. However, ther0 i| at the 1; Fort Myers Tuesday evening. Alva Realty Co. cave node the: foil j yuST NOW _
:..,. .' areotherr: .reasons. forithe: usa of Latin In thpt} same time be-able to'stand some bond towing rake of HUM: Dr. Barr I I :-';.;.> first place Latin! ,Is a universal language\ ; it can }JSTI S.Alachua County News. r f tat The social club held' weiner roast hundred -and fifty acres et tand to

:,. ;Lc read by educated-men I halt carts of the world. j I the tourist camp ground last Congressman S. hwitt, :Vr. Shaw of;

; fj.': >Thiiy'prescription' written Latin could be f&r-\! \I': WHAT'S.IN A NAME (Thursday night about sixteen being Dade City fcrawrly of Alva, one, hundred -

= :J !::,'. jtod from'one opiintry' tq-anoiher and., be filled as!i i t j present. and sixty four acres. :Mr. R ktz
J R : 4:"',- needed. .' i I! I Skraggft roar hundred and forty! = (
;i-' '! I Rev. Xolte held services in the Bap- acres. :Mr. tiara Bruton'* grave to A.I|
} ;. : ; al.ri tfje-secdna'plac Latin\ 1$ a dead language Tho euphony of sound.. i is infectious on the f

n;? ',.j. and' thus Is 'not "subject j tq 'iiiaage. A language (11;: human mind. A euphonious: name, coupled with j The Old Home Town By Stanley 5t-Jy '
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gTOTi :g anti: : 7
1.1 1st fancied mystery as to its origin, gives. ,,, further.,, %.,: i rYotJ
.: i t':' :. uijsuitaBle lf f naming.obleptaJbi a sqientiflc roan- !'[ added interest: and charm its use. a t } CNT Sae' ,Yc.J SRV K -W-T 5 (' l -
It.' \ ; nero Theseaeii?" ands inUhcusaiid3; of diei jARFJ1PrN' r ears M-CM e' r+
; $ i Many there are who believe that "Tamiami" t Nwre "tR'a .sCi t'tGEt i
t.y
): ',- ..fcrpll plants anirBalfi, drtigs: and chemicals, alt iev +
and
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>' i fcTis! the name of some: long agone Seminole Indian 44'1 'r' r l cr.4r.d ef I {
: .a:= these tnnst nat: b* > iyeu: /acmes that will change.: princess, who was a denizen in the. heart of the i .

M:4' < .ails".the .third :piac4 ,Latin is the kngnaje of,!::Everglades; c':r white man came to Southern Flor- ,mew t ces Tee

Egenee\ l1\n\ ta-us -leads ,- for from amb guity,..ida Others have been known to Vlaim that it istliciiame n

Ii : h Inthe,.t11Urtcs'of Flai'tttrt gs. e(3mRe.: .Aristoilochla of a warrior bold cf the period when the i lV Ga 'OM ; YptJiZScL WHt= 1Y CeDflr

sefjrentafia_ ahraya'refers to the same 'Sejninole} nation Was at the zenith,of its power. I Ta. GtV1niG 'ItfG tvtc4LyRS

f2- w fJ lant':regardle5s: Vf wflcre.it'is<<; grotyn-while: its Exhaustive research among the ,medicinemen TOLESI THG- tM fZt BtQr.l 'rN,4T "s'otv'r it
''$ coJiiri':: 1p.keiQ1t.! : .'is npP11ecftQ- {er- of the Seminole Indians of today, does not i if .

tint plants.: <'difre eut. realities. It rriay be seen seem to disclose} any legend tradition running I A75iCjN. f Mf'i2. start jIj
: 'ntAT
I'lg1iP' ti thit'f.atili'.i3 a.ycrv'use1MUapguage: and high ,
.through the Unwritten history. ofthe: r.1'of:
school! students- !nclge! \:towarifc; the" clehce. or ejttet this failed princess er courageous Indian ; !
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" prpfeisions would do"well'. to. Include no'ot'fwq rt1 tftam far whim many of the public awpps&eJ j _, :
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y:carp"m: Ljttnr, !n 1l 1 teir, st' die. ;" ,, the Tamiami Trail wan\ named I f fI
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The Sage! of the Everglades:, 'however from t
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'_, ,ro c1 .jI\ :S n1ci..tr :out gt'the deep fastnesses of,his;: mysterious and I YYilrls 1

.?; jherJniajotftj'pfrfhc.'pepple': : he er have Ions ,feipenetratalde abode, tens us that this name, 1 f
fc&en; consid ring: .tooFgrtiger; $.' Special: as. 'amato'sous'sespea,4yisittogratvaccu5tomed ftam the marnirig; of cxoatf m; .' reposed in the in-J !

I nern\ost recesses of his 'mind awaiting the 'day / M LzaPrri_ sr-.<- *S":o*' .-j-ii iB8 rtt?
to Anj if ocd,thing TvhenJiiJ* an::ev ry ay>occut-1 for its application modern use.as the designat- !
J'CJCcr t here.3 th siY.of.lliJ.r.h: ati11. 'ing, title! (}t one'of the'c.ngest\ and most beautiful < gis -iij' *;

t hmem.r"V1th; thtlantk; h .'rt.f the "idon pd l trunk': line highways ever created in any if i

:.> f01U* lJ\8 s ? ; t Lana; ffici31s hiP state acid that it is ,p mere: coincident cir umi r _

r' ttinr onthi&;_ : ;erviieC:.. Jt has meant much,to combina-tion i :! -nn spRa>G tyRw KAS '

this;'1NCticn> ,the:; ;season'; ." ,We are glad that *l 'the r if :tiles :ntJcGo&st- \ bias ha fourid that the } >this. STRCBT GUJT6 A air ; k 3 I
: ; ; -lwbfCr highway se.'\es.-: -Ora- 'E.. Chapin in w -me +.A57FEWMYS s' 2'? ,
t; :sills'use of -F.Qrt: ? Jft'ers .Sp#ial' justified :itsty.Elencc Count* News .' + .rs.a?a+o9pwr eanenrnaaanc e.e {r,

""y.e'ehsU.-be gladjftdeedll it.i4deition'stratc .. -
_; 'that''thU' smrnrneete JttavelpiakeSi; l r' it 'MQ r'l'tfj } 3Y TAYLOR: .,

;n '' 'that* this servfaB/han! ; l jt e & pennanent I ,'_ __ .. -'--.. .'. _________
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t.tm'f'A1[ ; :q cCLlost: ptitnttatalea J :' .t, fa ri6i<."3 A 'TIANKS IHAVJEltfT3g) VZS>tfe,.rOi: / -AND, NOW s Tgoi LE lS L I otJT ''1Ve''LL
l r S.iw-s' ct6C> FCR "SEEM; } tom'ALO"vw.: ... .EtLElJwANrs, ta' 2
pqps ; -.W. "t '-: : vvI{'( AAldnCANit
; :A.PR11.'naQ3''T fti P.ASTVR't! 'GRASS' : < -.DAUGHTER.vsye TOR SOMET: r;; ?. u..:.t'.. 't g lsi H0Vd GET MARRt D tioTLET T i2 ,
ia l.L. totdT TI : ... i+dEMSER1NTHchEC
;April! : isa: ,g"h( : 1i ',tq\make! I-toMAC-' .v.:-- '- *,1.1 ; ITc. il4At1ED MC? FNiW aP

:beeline' Mw1ft4t1:tf'caa et r s'sntl'espeed: za on .' + dE OP
FTUSO3U' t
fbpawielar_tl3at. atx l 'tc i 'x:. Stokes, gists; ; A t f ATTRAOIU J t 6 >* 't rot t tori

4 'aril Vora! .:'s s'sptle iist} !:f o r tha"ITniversite> ofr: ,Et: alr lr-r-r >-.>"< i" v
, Florida slgricnltaat'_' rlrri: inSta'tloru. ; f He1ljFx..ncre. "
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s troar5"foJ.1 tr8ltatlttof; to pet'sCY : ,, ils. S.s' r t

e: itI $ eza; : .: t > Sr. -..; et

'Ssrie1tF'td3f! pt'e arationpf,theiancpi>outoIe4mg V ; ;t -' :J 7'O s

}sap :given ig: esulfs.in IJxpc! mia\ : Y- ., 0O

;:1ta t ion tksts; ''Dzskr-g. : ;'OJ ,ykiv'la1aye'pnerettyx T l.iiittit y


: Although carpet, grass ddmi't irur>r;':reattilyc } '1 ; l+ 1 .0 tf .

- after a good od irsecured: ,' i it i adjisabfe;:Pi'o

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-. \,;;. '.,:.":Pt' cilia. Dean, Popular 'Movie Actress,', '_ SANIBEL -{,Mayer.honor of the ISfaaa smahaa sad:: :W.J!. Mr*:. W. B. Ualdeaiev Both f i ilaiiics E V Fcr n.9 ttse kids :
will leave !I O
( ; ; 't, Assumes Mr. E. A. EowxJ I I I their homes ,. imnwJiately tor i and.growa-ops, too ,
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Mr
of Locomotive Engincci l lt returned this Trek Hiug was the !i
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from a business trip ta l.7Mtehtgn : I. tea et ;saet of tie: Mtsesutt durlag her | Simple cIeanBnes u the secret
1t t. llis maay frtend gladly !,!.uh. her Bifites. 3irs. !a. -l. Rhode,, at ajsjr ca tiiiAtt > lIi d.:1d. :\ Chamfcerlaia'a Tablets keep
\. ri welcomed him back to the Island. | littaa.r ..- ; your stomach. liver ana
r f i / bowels healthy,, sweet and
Messrs. Enest '1 attractive: program for the i / clean. For
Miss Leona Bailey aed C. 0 j constipation
Hamilton Is speadlagi 1 Raster: '
sccric at the 3attU>el dmrck .
i JBotklaad made : biliorsn.io!digestion headache
a bmhMwa I II
the week-end trip to
with Mrs. W. A. JlrtemeU. I flibrt Myers ou Satacday.. f fI is .belay arranged 1 by the rganist iaw i l and .tired> worn out
) eioir leader. Mrs. Wm. C. Barnes I f fSctos feeling take .
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k Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johsson : Raqsa, spat Mi day cm SaM. Cosj j s'l'ake I
at San No
two tonight.
1ic! Carlos Ina oa Friday cveaias la j j i iel J. ..est. er Mr* Romgr Wites. !!I.:appropriate seratcry: ; UIereWIll to the glad also saa be oa aotktess hy Ute I}f cnpleosant next day feeling.I griping. no ",

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( ) S1M t$ j To the ncrct> -fI f her Sanibal i Teralattiea ad PBM K Gonte. B e 0

at,, Mar'L' ha5ratu tSEA 1 sA rr | frle *, 3t a. &tet tk Rla. retarei win retent IB a few dan to begin Bisxeafre iAcs for Results J: }
GET>fX2UF.RSaw l i en Sctwntejr to Kaptos to join her I deftIop-ateDta 1re1IJ.: '

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trees, ts not to-be .the are encfne ruts enirineot M \\' two i..!dttr'a.!:! trains .. 'rRS i
are I In- rndll..nIKfo!
the Tnuis-Canada / entcrae .t.'! I. $ 1Ntte, shoe. t .
.mnitedtaUJeeoer Umited.'h oni inn\ Irani I ,! ii :irt: i afil turndir trjJna ro train
acrnea : *iKM >i! v .''''1:1 run. Owiotf t.i A
Canada 'IWJ straw hat
even thooeh she donned seems to take up mars ;
< -i V.r-t.! : d": : V.)'<.i-i. ;
ri'-cespitv of rkancine -
in.'enpneers} carb. fait T-.e ,, tri nit "" < room In a movie than an overcoat I ir
a mat ,
iiiiicni.-iii' ,1 h Iruit. i i- such 0
on a hmr run. yhnal> t t Icrews _
i'fr; -Canada 'locomotive and '' ,, t :
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also as station ''' or 'about men. err r- When a man thinks a wa ian ':H
master for ime''dininL- ., .. .
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hour ; r : !irdlee{>Cf- uuired for vne inn on each! U-.. .. e
.Jn.' Yonc Street i I doesn't undetctand; him it '
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i Toronto; IViseitla Is .. ] sieepine and d'ninirnr' Vecauoe, she does understaml
:. Interested in ::( ', 11..1 ?Xl j jtailroadine, and waa, much intrw- -
wed. with a Canadian ,,1'nciftc J JUit'ticket ': 14inin.-e:': : i-'ar T-.ronto: : aitd on a sirttle tram or nes 1\- ft$0 I H: v1n.to work 4s the only: cure I II |
*. ; wit t u drau-ine! reotn- men! for tlu< branch of the 'r'Ctlnul. ...*- =
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? : around the world! ''If-. I':-I.II" iI'. "..rt nl.c,.rth'n alr"p'tilunrnal (: .. eervLtr for those worries caused' by not taw 1:; _
:,trat eonpon.et( which called for } I ing to work.I
a and 1'unenuvcr :
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train which
: May hecinnine Inc car t a ''u 8rrrr otrty are tar I lcenie, wondtrr 'tlf eke 4 uut'i.L! -;:; .: :
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to are ;
better ) rrvd. Hid t last rear there was aon.ureht jliotkie* bave ptnred. u-i"J'm.r.i 10 rou. Opening ;
Its I
'- :1ontreal'and 00-hour run between use ui* apfiretimatf' i*{,n>er.. ao1! nutsicians.'etfur. .rat sardines and pickle bottles-may in. t : _
Vancouver two eil- j luaOUU! berths for the 119 days the t)acreane. and mrte-sar Ae+-...IC etlll the desire to become a rata ; : b _
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bricht. eyes opened'event Wtt bound trains tocether coverml 1 j ji visited.% Kantf sr Dart*'Oat H,,u. -
t;r, "hen she wider wit) --astonishmeM. {i It il2 miles every de e. The reason's ;:Talli-Cufci. [Ille' Janis J..,.!ha Ketp your eyes oa the stars and. :; : Where one receives the service of a first! class hotel, the quiet the
:Serful: train was was told in that reaLtt that u.n' jmileaffo j; for the 238 tries wI.s !{jileifetz t Jack il ten
;' 75S.74iJ miles or three times the j IJoujr. and Aiirv. who. alt b" and beauty y= s
tulle which equipped trains! (four of j distance from the earth U the ('.,.llId"'. thtal dfer tbb.n.ivri. itaay on" lavender hat on:: s. stown roan .; the sports of a pleasure resort. The cut is of one of the older build- ".'
: are inoTiae v.estujirJ"and. moon. t Canada. makes us wish we were young .: i &S, which still holds its own in prefecticn and attractiveness, ;

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vrr i"e any cofsibiUty cfhts. .tvlaj h| neiy! unkempt about! \: i- m.u-I| hair is ctT: ecac5e It'.1)U1 ami t.t@tttrl '. "J I
f W3.fff. bhWc'cbbizgl riai.iih note foretrj tits 9t woman who emplj.v, : Ups '
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-1 result of reduced applications of fertilize'rduring.the" spring and summer: -. I ; GASOLINE POLARINE OIL & GREASES at
o .- of 1924."of the.use iaf formulas"irry1ng insufficient ammonia. to,''gIve : aayMississippi t
< the trees a balanced food. ". l of -Service
:, ,:, our Stations located 1ft Alabama,
When tbeio1d cropVisrehioved.froin. the.-trees and o : :; t'.t. -:
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.' 0 upon Earth's children; there a happy emancipation from! the :' a ::; c
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_* I JACKSO -nu.E. Fla.. April 8.I ; '
I Resignation of George W. Simons .
'jr.. chief sanitary engineer of the ; .
Florida State Board of Health. and ,",
I'head of the board's bureau of engineering Buy you Gifts at HARLEY
which he orgaal*** in 1916
I under Dr. Joseph T. Porter Is announced -
a today. CoL Raymond O. you can find a complete stock of beautiful electric
'CO3Vhere
>r m F l ; r Turck. head of the state board also
announced today that E. L. Fllby. for-
Jvj who held a LAMPS All kinds, including boudoir lamps, floor
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0 w -- ----"-""- ---- ------- similar position to that of Mr. Simmons ;. bridge lamps and odd designs for you ,,

r In the end of the Sabbath, as it ers did shake, and became as dead in the la state South April Carolina 20th to assume will arrive active ,;' '' ._ RADIO Make the children happy by bringing;

.began toward the first day of the duties. V ", and entertainment into the home on Easter ,
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t' '49 week, came Alary Magdalene and men.And the angel answered and ire ilr May Simons J_ CoL resignation Turck announces is effect- :' ii- V MOORISH LANTERNS Beautify: the hall o?

.t V; theother Mary\ to see the sepul- said unto the women, Fear not ye; that Mr. Simmons will become chief ..' ; parlor. .
; for I know that ye seek Jesus, engineer and vice: president of the :.,,,:. ": ,;. '0 VINATORS-Lighten the .burden of housek
Consolidated Development and Engin- home. .
chr.e.And providing an electric ice maker for your ;
,w-' behold, there-wag great which was crucified.He eering Corporation. Inc, a large ,

yV ':', earthquake: for the angel of the is not here: for he is risen, private organization engineering domiciled and at development Jacksonville : ,, 0 .,..>. c ELECTRIC cular room, the FIXTURES-If home in general yon or want the to lawn beautify youa *

;: ., Lord descended from heaven, and as he said. Come, see the place and specializing In planningand rare collection at Harley's to select from. r'

came and rolled back the stone where the Lord lay. supply constructing sewerage municipal sewage: disposal water ,. *r GLO-LITE AND PARCHMENT SHADES-they

from the door, and sat upon it. And go quickly and tell his disciples ...water purification, city planning and.' : >::'!;'Y', to brighten up and glorify any part of the house, j j
of similar nature
other projectc a
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I' :' ,His countenance was like lightB that he is risen from the Mr. Simons who Is one of the' ELECTRIC NOVELTIES-You will find electrical 1

:'"' ,', ning and his raiment was white as dead: and, behold, he goeth before most prominent civil engineers and:I .' here brellas to and fill every the like.need. Electric lighted vanity cased
sanitary engineers !In the entire |
'" :. r- V snow. you into Gallilee; there shall ye see South. Is editor of the Florida Engineering Came in, look through} ,our stock before you buy for]

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\ ; England. He Is a graduate of the 1 CO
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WASHINGTON" April 7.-A scientific -" I
expedition to the little known
chain: of Aleutian Islands off the
' ; b coast of Alaska Is, the task this sum- Prin
For in
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mer of a special field party of the I .
jJ.j coast and geodetic surrey to. ,be.aided
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:: The program of the partywhlch.' Is
I lf to leave Seattle aboard the coastguard = At Easter time or any other. tim E|
1r cutter Halda April IS, is to .
4 'j.' make a preliminary surrey to collect '
| Phone 74 and we will;do the
.r,.' data useful In, a more thorough survey \ .
1" --" ; to obtain magnetic observations.Including = j,
determination. of possible '
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local magnetic disturbance due to the | Job Printing Department; ofilllunununllllinllIIUlllllllllllltZUlullll11u1I111U11111t :
r. i ,<:>- : _______ character of the rocks; to determine '-
accurate positions by astronomical
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5' :. .': tide guage ...whenever conditions
'.. ...warrant and to make topographic I FORT MYERS PJ
;o .. .:, surveys of the harbors and collect II
coast. pilot information.
,, The new radio method will be used
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;: }by making observations on 1 IUlIJIII
stars and receiving radio algna1a.| and I
: calculating the difference In time be.
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." ': ,, ;,;E ( Hats that embody all the new features of the mode. Hats that prel. ",. ---- W -= lunch and.dinner.. .=
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FORT MYERS FLORIDA;; WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. APRU. 8, 1925 PRICE 5 CENTS ,I


,BUllDiNG PERMitS One story, of wood with composition S room front and back porch. Cost peal to the old masters U demonstrated only to the so-called "weaker sex*,

roofj with flue, to cost 600.00.. March 100000. Rhett Smith contractor. In the portraits of Rembrant..an but to the sterner sex &s well. Its ; i
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: I March 31. lure has been universal.
FOR ONTA MARCH W. C. StalU: addition to house on C. M. Foxworthy: addition of sleep- ke. Reuben and others whose The U. D. C. feel that this Is an es- ., i
Grand avenue to be two stories high Ing porch and kitchen on residencein names we breathe with reference. pecial privilege to view some of the tt t '
I f of wood and to cost 15000. March 19. Woodruff park addition. One story, Tiny school children are familiar rarest lace in the United; States or !II,
SHOWS MUC ACTIVITY I T. T. Wilson: store on Anderson wood and stucco, composition roof. with the beautiful lace in the famous Europe and hope that Fort Myers! f w.. y :
:tIo avenue, irai. be 16x34, :walls 10 feet Cost $500.00. March 28th. Baby Stuart" portrait.The I wIU avail itself to this by attending M1 M kK
high, galvanized steel roof to cost !the exhibition.. .5- .
y'?bea lands; ";! I $260.00 C. Brown contractor. March THE HISTORY OF liCE French Revolution rendered
ona" Are T>. lace unpopular. Because of Its association

.I Inl' Spent ldldlDrs In Pert; Myers 18th.C. P. Frank: building 24x24 In Lincoln -i The U. D. C. Chapter' of Fort Myers, with the royalty and the aristocracy IT HAS LASTED ,! ,I

park. Will be one story with as a preliminary to their Silver Tea many lace makers gave op : 1
"- composition roof and a flue Cost and Exhibition > ,
BuIlding I of the rare laces of
their lives the guillotine.
that permits for March show 1400.00. March 21. Miss Lonlie Gordon Roper Thurs- on Fort .Myers People 3In>t Believe Such i '
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building I Ii
activity la great ta Fort M. Flossie Inn Napoleon in the glorious ascend- CoBtiBcin Testimony as
Myers : residence on Economy day afternoon, April ninth at the
and and numerous small houses avenue SOd!:! and %%x2R, two Franklin Arms Hotel from, three to ancy of his domination. made the )(n.. Hadseck's
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garages with wearing of lace at Court obligatory.This .
bout The apartments being i stories (composition roof with flee six:, wish especially to bring to the ., i+
the permits aggregate sum shown by Addition to Cost Jl.500.00. March 23. attention' of the children of Fort My stern Conqueror of men was a No one In Fort Myers whet suffers 1 S ,. k t kr !
for March devotee to fragile laces. He was con-
$213.585 as shown II Mrs. Mary E. \Veerts: frame garage: ers the Interesting and prominent backache. headaches, dizziness: rheumatic -
but this is i UnaaUr ordering new patterns-the
not correct as In Stadler's'Central Heights, one story part that laces have had In theworld's pains or distressing 'urinary
several of t tg.
the permits Bonaparte Bees being their predomi
Poet at alLThe showed no with composition roof; to cost history. 'I nating'motif.' ills can afford to Ignore this twice- S
30000. March 25. I For on even the stern and told story of a Fort Myers re ident.
.was the new Elks lodge on First street W. a Wilson: cold drink and l lunchroom 'events of Mediaeval History Beauty, In 1859 the fascinating Empress t It is. confirmed testimony, telling of
.. any, second highest In cost of I at 214 Lee street. 811%. one 'in the form of old lace, has lain Us Eugenie possessed. the most wonder-, lasting beneQt from Doan's Pills-a I i I &r1St!
given bnilding for which a permit was" story, wood and galvanized] steel, delicate finger. ful and far-famed lace dress In the stimulant diuretic to the kidneys. It's'i
"i% last, month and the approximate:; composition roof, to cost 10000. 1 However, antiquarians have sought, world.-Napoleon III having paid two I evidence that no man or woican in
-cost'ot tU building hundred thousand francs the equivalent x
wan given at March 2t or
unavailingly Fort doubt.
for the origin of lace. It Myers can I
J67.0000.00. This bnilding la to be 57 A. M. Tyre; garage on 'Garrett was net known in the Far East; Egy- of forty thousand dollars for t! Mrs. W. T. Hadsock. Alicia St.,
X; 108.21.5 Jn( height two stories. The street, 24x18: walla IS feet high, one ptian discoveries base revealed only I It. The Empress Eugenie presented!Fort Myers says: "I was all run I :.
permit was Issued this robe to Leo XII, who wore'it :
March 30th. story, galvanized steel roof and walls embroideries and cut work. To the Pope down on account of the disordered! .
The hotel improvements to the cost $100.00. March 26.Mrs. present day the first home of cob web for a surplice. condition of my kidneys. My back was g p.S. thtpe1Yrrrr .
Morgan by John )..[. Dean was the Addle Johanson: garage In thread lace has remained a mystery.In Queen Elizabeth used .twenty-five weak and may times I had to let my t
largest which In. cost of any building; for; Kunzle park 12x20 one story, wood 1493 the Duchess of Milan counted yards of lace in the ruffles composIng housework go undone, the pains .,"i..
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a 'permit was granted. These with galvanized steel roof to cost' as a precious heritage many lovely her neck ruff-her preference being were so severe. I sent to Hunter's ;, .\
improvements are to cost J7S.OOO.OO,I $1:5.00. March 36. pieces of lace as her share of the for Flanders laces and the "points Drug Store and got a box of Doan's Tighten or Seek the .5-

t approximately.60 The building is to be A. S. Skinner; mule shed in Evans Milan Estate. The pillow lace which of It&ly.The portraits of Good Queen I I Pills and they gave good results." loosen forutmost ,.. ;. : "SureFit"labelrefuse .; ". S;
x 204, three stories In height of I addition on Blake street 30x36 galvanized our English ancestors called "Bone Bess so attired are today as familiar (Statement given June 10. 1914.)) : ;
... concrete, brick:and wood with composition steel, to cost $250.00 March LaceV-being made on bone bobbins as the portrait of our President. On March 9, 1922 Mrs. Haddock .
roof' and chimneys from the 27th.William gained a distinguished place In history Though the Puritans disapprovedof said: "Dean's corEd me and my cure com tort; imitations ,
ground up. The foundation is to be ot! W. Leister; apartments on because it composed the ruff In lace when Cromwell's body lay In has been permanent. ,
i concrete. The first floor will have 11- Royal Palm heights, coat $1400.00. which Sir Thomas More was execut- state it was swathed In rich robes of 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn --.
Inch brick walls and the IPCt'ndY>iI l J This Is an addition on rear of house. ed. These same ancestors called lace splendid Flemish point. The English Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo X. Y. -- ,
,third floors.12-inch brick walla. This 4 feet wide and 18 feet hht! with making "nans' work1 because the Court wore lavish amounts of lace In
permit was-issued on March 4th. I[front porch: the width of house. Hoffman -'nuns toiled over it 'with the same the time of Charles II. The men even I LOOKIFORJ"DISPL"'AY'S\\ WINDOWS \ "
The third bUilding in importance as Bros., contractors. March 27th. metricnlous care that the monks devoted filled their boot tops with ruffles of "Sur-Fit"Cap are made by Fine & Levy, Inc:, 702 Broadway. N. Y.
;' Judged by the cost In the Robb &. Dr. Franklin Miles: residence at to their Illuminated manu- lace. In the days of Louis XV there Just the 8amw'The
:Stucky mercantile building to bet 849 First street. to be enlarged and scripts. were "summer laces" and "winterlaces. modern famliy'a Idea of tee.
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erected on Hendry street the foundation repaired. There Will' be a 13x !-foot In the days When Knighthood was ." and its wearing was the subject many children Is one, remartis an exchange. -I;!
of which is being poured today. addition with walls ten feet high,, tow in Flower" lace waa made in all the of rigid etiquette. Same as a bachelor's Idea otto
.The building will be' 43x100'and four one story high and of frame construction wealthy homes of Europe. The wife Thus we see that through the ages Transcript.* many wives Boston Evening PRESS WANT j
'; stories.In height. It will have a composition ,*ehingte roof and is to have of the Dodge Grimaldi employed at lace has made Its delicate appeal-not ADVERTISEMENTS PAY:,
,roof and will cost 5000000. a chimney. Cost, $SOODO. J. Bremman, her own expense one hundred thirty
.. Permit was :Other permits granted In March are i Solomon Porter: residence with laces. This was not counted an ex- 9.
f. as-follow; five rooms and porch on Douglas ceptionally large number. Charles V.
: ? Cordelia_Duke:., garage and dwelling i avenue In Lincoln park. Will be! 23x24 a native of Ghent, ordered lace mak- t
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,' two, atones high on Monroe one story, built of wood and cement ing taught in all the schools of Bel-I
street. It Is to be 24x24, 'with a com I blocks, chimney and flue..Kitchen and gium. The beauty of lace and its ap-
> pOllt n'foof and la'to coat $500.00.: The following bulletin was'
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.s., E. Williams: addition to residence -
:, In Hanby subdivision. It'willbe'22x3o.two I FISHERMEN'S LODGE | issued to every member of' b
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stories high, of wood 0' .
t: with'' ; a' brick flue. Bryant & Newell, ourS organization yesterday:
| Island Lee Florida
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Anderson avenne. Will t be one story : '. '
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.high and cost $100.00. March 5. | grounds, Captiva, Red Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. 0 0' : hI I Ir

;E.; H.Dakin; residence on Hoople 5 ..Modern: Hotel{ with ,all conveniences.. Rooms single or in : ;
<; r street In Stadler'a.Central Heights.:to 'sutte''with i private baths..L = : : ;P
E : be'!6X40. one story,, composition.; root Is =_ -;: .
and brick flue, to. .cost $3DOQ.OOJE. 1 ,- ,' .
Mal h 5. .: 0 : I e, Good Guides, motor-and 'rowbpats ?,. -1 iet's Everybody DoI I. t.' $
," : H.'DakInr: :.' ,ara-g *''and residence;!is' :> availabde. Moderate rates : V-'i : "
fear of Heitman street.Will,be 20x2? >* '-- ,.-

i two-stories'composition roof' .and' tocosf. I G. A. WESTER, Manager | ', ..
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Jl.000.00. March 5.h" .
'.\V. M. Blocker shop-and dwelling Send for Illustrated Folder | !i
on'Aadersou avenue, 24x4. 'one-story, .. r d ''' c .
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of "wood with composition roof and a -:- Hvers, "
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is flue., coet.1OOQ.00 March 6.3 .'
S. Gardner: residence In Lincoln : .. t I ; .; -d' 2 t .... ...(}'! 4...
park,. 20x30 one story, of wood., with. 1 #
;,- flue. and composition shingle roof.;I' f : ;' < : 't :
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; s 10 All Our o .. Cost: J450.00. .March 10. j I .. ,. $ : .-
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< ,apartments on Hoople street.:SUe 22xj2r J' : .. i' E
two stories.of wood with! *..phalt : i .
z.. roof' -Starch I0i'Henry'.Aldal< .. That Is The Date. We Will Begin '!,. ,> : { :-

'avenue.. :Will building be one 24i24 atort,,with Aniderson .. .-,' \. ; :As.a personal favor t6'ke and a help ta you ia selling, pleaseconcent.: ': : .
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cdmposHlon roof and.to cost $500.00., Making \: "' 'trate"upon' cooperating. wit hi the Chamber of Commerce in the. Census'. ..'='.'',$.. <,'.
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-,. man.street SUe. 28x36, one story, monthly monthly payments. We will be ,' '';' ';.A '.'
:stucco,,;built-up roof of Barrett spec- :t' If you and all of the members, your'family have not had your -
1 f"' 1' .locations with,chlmn y.. To cost" $SOO ,- glad to have.you call,on us when in need of ;: names entered in the census, please report at once to the Chamber of :
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"' Peter--Tonnelier:. building. 20x22. a loan. I .. .> (' Commerce and give them the required' information as to yourself and "
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.. We also have a little more unsold Stock. ,:;. family. rI

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with us.. See-oui.:: :Manager and let him ex- I Please also stop everyone you meet and find out if he or: she has been 1 t

1 enumerated, and if not see to it. personally. that they visit the Chamber. of :_,;, ., 3 t t
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just as soon as our. population( justifies it, and it depends entirely upon '. it .

.152 JACKSON: : STREET you to look out for your: own interests. and those of-:the city by getting-- .J':,;

,:.3, 1"",:;! ,.!' above. ketch was made .from :yourself? and your friends enumerated immediately-!:. : : :c.::. '. t, : ". '-" O : ; :' -

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i, i! ;urge. .lot',,in Dean Park, 75x145 ft.. cheap with good
(: i rr burn s--- -terms. -. .'. : :DO IT NOW!' ;;. .' i .'.

: .,. "..;! ... loss I "Lot in;Dean park 100x145, price 7500.00[ 1-4 cash Y2w

l + r, :'.. ,.- ;, e, lasun'd against, the I .balance- 'Larger one house"and on two Woodford1 years. ) Avenue double lot, this t '> < < : "
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;"' ".';.c oeaea youru house and Ihen' .5 Beautiful large.lot in poinciana park next lot to the ....- ...' ', ," IT c .1
',. ;; in'uninsured' 5car 4 >Ia" 'as t t'f ;just4 off McGregor' Boulevard._ The price. will conVince -, 7 : : l r. Bamwell/. ;" -" '. ; -L 4' :" .
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1. '. S. : tb pOMeIPSto; yeS. price. $800. each.: .Good .Terms.'twentyacresin '
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f !:- 'IBKUUCC.eStrozler., what. have you. v ;
I ,. .room and bath;new bungalow oak floors plaster.ed .
; beautifully; finished inside and. out a real little home.

I $400 Cash;'Bakoce, : like, tell t._.; Better !look- : at this_ i it_ is .

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..... : .. :: R 1 0 M.o E GiE A1N AR this plctnr: 2r asked.Ra7mond',11gIicg: i je fathef slowly( ""Sinking la ffie'pftfi fruit trees shrubbery-large grounds.-only =
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!Ii ;. rm.. RAJ CAM SEA playIhe'Ieaains male'role) la "A' Girl j jof "wdaderf bit of acting is' done In EXCURSIONSDaily Easy 'terms *. / >, *:/ H
f ,: .('; Fort-Myera:Bald* RYF F 1 Nc the Umberlostr "the visualization' ]thiS"by Arthur"Currier I-; father in
J ot the .famous story"by Gene Strat-'the story. Emily.Fitzroy b.-Icgs to the '
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:.: '. 'to :'.//and jeT :-' tlA i Wednesday.Mr. I ate tooth si. "They. bcaght one pelt! Leaves S...'a.... retorn'C00 paa. '
I CoeutingceLoIlL : : All theWors! Studio McKee had a most trying ..experience of false! teeth aDd whichever one court '
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4 Fort Jtfrers,. Florida was to this that' be referred' In asking I INFLUENZA j
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; ;. The second: of Mrs. Porter's booksto Electric Supply Co. be sure of its purity.
,. II : reach the screen., "A Girl of the Your health demands r
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": "!" Llmberlcst is a most Yirid story ota I :,
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,,- 'Y' girl's efforts to secure an'education I 3 \ 'w such precautions. -
,;; \ i 45hawcross ; .,:.:., tJ : and of a mother's mistaken Infatuation '
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& Garmon1'i.lm.Lte ,' _; \; t" but: a few months, met a horrible Flash. Lights Batteries. Bulbs E clean, free from

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",;_ _lfli! KojaJ Tafms, rrafafpt; tr.ra.lfe. J Our prices are reasonable -

1; .(';rrrOt' Dit 1f.n: r4":W' the Tan+ialnlt ) I ." i'fi; THE BEST ,BUY IN FORT MYERS /i g weight'horiest and
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: Ernest B Sc oedsack., of Los An, off of"First St. "\ :: ular. ::
v r < 'DR.II.. 'GJUCE'M1rifc1 :getea; to: ealted ''"roonsmanBOlagsomewbere" .........al I :: =
F t \: < Ji iuXeo by his friends.: He spent Investigate this before'J its,too?, late I == -.. ,::
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3. .tiffice 1-11r'Earnhardt"! Bid's, two' year In Armenia as:I official motlug auto -
there any necessity -
{' HouserHT 'Woodford'AT e:: picture photographer of the Near TURNER AND LESTERRoom I
need! It
*_ East Relief and his een1ces'there yoti might
I 'JTeIeyhone'tSrOfflCCriBS House S rings1;*: won him the society's d l of merit. 2 Leon Bldg sow drive by this store. I iilher I

..-, yg'i... .. '.. .. .. ....- He WAS instrumental In' the .saving" ot We re'sur want. to hare. what 8 Ut li es 'CO.
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t.: &.;4 MAOTUCH ATUCKS I New; fire place! large lot, good neighborj j ii '. Phone !17. ''l.. .. .'r,' ,' 4" : .. ., '! ..

,'",:.--"S'. .:.' "'- 'COUNTY Jaroe ENGiNKEStNa C. Tliuwyran cadrlT 1 hood, East. Fort? Myers. ,00,0.00. -750.001! 5' ADVERTISEMENTSP\

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Centrsrtor o Fort Myers\ = !'Ii'i Do You Know The. Ballard Road is To Be The connects -

: 'and'THa Bangtlows ,

>,' 't- ; a Spetlah! ,. ..1.wlyi :: -= *Watch Us Grow :" s r i ing' Link Between. The Palm Beach Blvd and" The Ta- '. ,

not!''baUd :nobs4sn1ta1Ifl '- I miami Trail For Through Traffic?
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,_ B4tx'm-hrt', : Mj rs! \. Christopher CL Thurber, of ,Phfladelpbtawho'wu :: I; = >

3 iHflltgiitlptHliilUillLaty flogged by the.Turk itennnllnnuimnnnnntrlulaulrnltlnlHUU! I I _i!_ I I 1 I I 'fllnnuninntllnnulunlnnnnnnn' 'I ; .
Ish police because he aided Greek and II DQ YOU REALIZE?
ty,f j 'Armenian refugees, has been' 'awardec !-11tUilififUl1UhLHIH11I111IUiltllijl" !, .' -I .,: ...i itlli1UULUlifl11h11HIIUIIIHIUIIUII11HI1111IIIUIUI..".- '..I I I{! I
Hoffman ,Bros" **" the Near East Relief distinguished II '.'
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c Parhtaa .:a1 l y.'Iatetest. M1*L XcCWES, ; BrEIEU 1. Royal'Palm.Park. Com. nand let us show 1 BELLE VU' E ,

*,as. "' 1..tea4n4'ort.;Myers ;'body'of the Moore Uuen'WODl- = you-Small. payment down-easy terms. gr
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." .t an- brought tiers for, burial last Friday ,\.if "'11' -: -' '" _II
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G A. 'L(1N6iBRAK M.' Oh. .It Is'pleasant, as it is rare,.t3nd New Management I '"
the same'srin' linked. la: Tours at : Ilil t "
of 4ce, D..I! Jortrwhich'at" 'thirteen helped,,.It turn "* -.- *.. c' I.,t ',. .

t' .at rwidcftcc,, 897.2M. ,81.Htwrs e\'Cf" tb*Cicero:da,mleld&.!. or come ,

,:. ;' !U-12-42-4, tale 4'f heart antigne efru'thea, friendship.was, burning which*.tbafriimx to .' w.et.: Take, Pleasure J i in ,!' ; i1.v S' 2"-1f 5"'D.V\ '

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('RUY 'FHS G eS creases the appetite the, scpply up of .the' cinch tioft bu t'i gdlar 1 equipment! we have just I!
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,that makes rich I purchased a new International and are !! '
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in to promptly of ,
;; ROYAL PALM VARKBorder to'faapart this new found strength now position care !,; I ::" :... ;.
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&-e"l ., r.n),-'TAT ENw : .rises caused: br lack of esb.: Stt. : I, '
ELIXIR FOR of.heavy1 hauling-sand and. shell a specI I
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Edward- ft. Wilson MakeS Woodcuts in Many Sprightly Colors fctf Frank Shay'sol< [Huge New Naval I It' -I HE

t' Airplane Carrier 5T3

'ction pf'Charities William McFee -1 } .. E

i ** ,c eon Men and Wooden Ships"rr ? CASIDEX N. J. April -Bmflt to- 1
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I giD "'thaf' v'f'went into avskip. the

i Introduction; ; ;Ifi U. sf S. Saratoga takes to the r water ,
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her today as the first of Cnrfe Sam's
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ro n and Wooden '* fleet of fast,.h trd5" hitting airplane

i ?{,': tV rt.a .- Ships'> ;. f '. 'The Maid.ef Amsterdam, i .' t _' D irar41 l- TTDsoaa carriers., Th e launching marks a tre-
tendons stride forward In the art of .
ZIi: .tro Men' and Wooden i
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nk hay-who collected c end"edited In Amsterdam there dwelt a Her eyes were blue, her checks p Although be spends most of his naval construction of the Saratoga although as the a floating serviceability -- ;f R ,

?he tsoioua roaring, chanties J J'S In a roomy studio on Cape Cod
cf the hangar and landing field for all'pIau" ...'
maid .: .
eIipper*Bhp.. era; Edward, A. Wilson. ,.., '- ,- -, r. r were red,* Edward A Wilson, the artist who still Is to be proven.

rwbo: cut!:t the one hundred-oddodd wood Mark cut the wood blocks and designed the The huge, queer looking craft"l lees
well what I do ==_ Mark well what I dot <
:;''blCb.-b11ny: ot them in rollicking i -a V V>. .' '- layout Qt -, ron )ten and Wooden carry 180,600 horsepower to give her
the 33 to 31 knot speed she needs. Her-
colbr'an& designed Ships, fa at heart a sailor. Born in
the format; and'WIlliam say; I say: dynamo would furnish all the electricity -
t McFee, who wrote the Intro- 4- Glasgow; b* lived as a little boy In needed. by a city of nearly 1- :- UitS I

,CdnctJou;; all three hate sought to 4- Rotterdam where his father who was OW.099 population for tight :heat '

' ) and'the In Amsterdam In the shipping business, brought! sea cooking street ears and nearly every i; t11renag'
'catch
tjhe'giisto glorious \ Her eyes were captains other purpose; her mighty steam.tar- !
the I home to dine every evening iloU
.spirit <$ men who warped and that biDes are stronger than the comMa '
'reefed the sails. Ports of call sweet- there dwelt ri qHt t \ blue, her / he and his young son were not steam power of all the ships to. the t *

heartl.iill.uor.;f invited to dinner on board the stately navy just a few decades ago; her vast fJ IIi
and home
were the ,
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1 a maid, cheeks square riggers anchored in the bar- flying deck is long enough and broad 'I
sailor's Jbtiief concern, and the theme held oid-tirae battleships teedtede
bor. From Rotterdam to enough; to two -
''gt both. his l songsof work and songs red For Chicago. set: end to end. E
were !
And Seventeen years the \\O6l4
f of leisure! ?the chanties and the fore- she wasmistress ... \\ ., boy was And yet the ship is just a monster ;:' .
; 'bltters.( -', ;if way-,from salt water but he sailed experiment with the newest form of eels

tale GreLt Lkes *. Imaber schooners nxiliary naval power, air power. Her

'There are three kinds of chanty. A wealth and lrelghter. Between voyages be future is written in Interrogation dIeS Unozn-

;beet, Shay explains Studied at the points. so far as naval experts at
capstan chanties. Art Institute at night *
: \1k >- of hair '" home or abroad are concerned depends
; M4 fa'warplng weighing anchor of her \ and earned his living during the day upon actual practical experience 'reS

7or,, hoisting sails; the halyard, or was on / by figuring profits, In a wholesale I with the launching into air and w-
he
--.long-drag chanty, used at topsaU9and'top trade / grocery business, starting with a'' landing again of the 72 airships that i- 31

ga'iant) sails;, the sheet, tack ti< V \ h er first art job at, five dollars a week, ; ment.make up The her ship real herself offensive Is just a arma-fast ,,: gut

d :and bowline chanties, Wilson. won '* prize for for are
; more often a poster lightly armed but almost unarmored
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'..known as. \hortdrag'chanties, used go no I \ head.more an electric.( show made posters for II tronsport to get her deadly brood of

"- several r/utor boat shows and was I wasps out where they can rain bombs to
when the lore main,
a or cross-jack -
on. enemy battle fleets or batteries. tetJen
/"sheets-wefe hauled I soon darns illustrations for those alluring -
aft and bowlines '. Illgono The original plans for the Saratoga'ould
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I tantened'and made'fast. t\ railroad and steamship booklets the
have set her In the water some
a-rov- 1 ,'that tempt the cautious stay-at- rears ago as one of a fleet of six of on.oa.
; The ballads were ealled forebltters. \ more Fame: to travel. the biggest, fastest and most heavily
; taking their name rromstage"or armed battle cruisers ever designed. '- hat
oil i ini o, 1 \ a..fe\\T .. : Site would have looked inch a 'ot.
r platform which the singer or solo- i ; After spending two years working every

r \ ''1st r took his (.ia ce.. !.fle' forebltfs,' a L..7 4 ,s. i \ ingrWith "'Ith Howard Pyle and his students at fighting her length ship. the hole ass .feet of e4

I 1 hardy.construction of wood near the With you, Wilmington Delaware painting ship Redesigned as an aircraft trens- er4

foremast- through which many of .The you, wrecks and marines, Wilson settled port however, the Saratoga will be ec-

a main ropes were fed. fair maid. w down on Cape Cod with a house, a I one of the strangest In appearancethat <' r. hi
maid. has ever gone down to the sea. hafcrf 11s
Neither 'chanties nor fore bitters fair::! large studio a press for proofing All the tophamper has gone by the .

were eYer written down. They be- A wood blocks a wife two children, board to leave only the vast flying red
A-rovingr
[ with -roving, and plenty of sea and weather. Ills deck running her whole lengthandspreading ::0-
':gan Regulation verses nd'ear-
chief amusement Is walking the beach amidships to an extreme
| on'ie'long
.ried as the task lasted' Iffurther' a-roving, breadth of 105: feet Crowded over to' laG
a-roving with the Coast Guard and collecting
verses, were -required the one side of that deck will be the reduced )84
chantyman* Improvised. giving rein.to books and prints of the sea, ship compass of her stacks a lieoa

'his imagination and'claiming.a. widepoet's With fair maid. models and early American furni cramped navigating bridge and a .
Since rovingsbeen e' you, ture. When. Frank Shay suggestedthat stumpy mast to rear her wireless aerials : my.
license in
regard. to rhymes aloft She will look when completed i 1,.
; 'and" meter* AM& TEBI>AM arovingI'll he Illustrate the book of chanties
recording familiar inci- my ruin like a monster seagoing barge he
dents, of,those. glamorous,' departed that he was collecting: Wilson was with a misplaced deckload and all the :
delighted to put Into line the gustoof symmetry 'and beauty of line that
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days. go no more i more sean
go no
\' .. the old wags that used to fire his. would have marked as a cruiser will
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{ ."f;. : }seat : : been, ruin< > imagination oft.. the ducks. of. be lacking.
aT1t g t3 :
\ ;. : i A. my : !' Rotterdam's -" < But in the 32 heavy bombers and 40 liS ;
: combat and other types of aircraft : $ S

t .',. '" With y oja;,f air J maid} : i.t Since! roying's!! -;'i-; designed to clear the air from the .f> ;

: : decks of the big craft the Saratogawill ;

:" ', : 1' : ):i: : .; IiX: !! : /f., ;' :: ;. ." force! carry far greater a potential than: would destructive have ', -C \

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, T a Clay.f She will carry machine shops ,;- u I
-'- and expert mechanics by the score to
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She will and
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"'.-'. 'tWhi1eta i sailing" ship may be 're'garded been, built up around, the central ,-h. r, tt. oIl to.keep all the motor cars of a big!! .LSb .:

; 'by a theorist as a mechanism, phenomenon' the sailing ship and-/ i- town in operation, for a': week and she ,. l\
the actual fact is that ships under her crew stands alone In the world" wTll'have every appliance that naval X. t

"+ sail and steered'by men are'not machines today aa a remarkable survival of a Ingenuity has yet 'devised .to assist : 'J

t'R .-j4? at all but sentient beings of those accretion once common to' ;: )
which the:: master 'the seamen, the every guild and craft, from soldier to' y' _' J :. ,;. grim missions of destruction.fhe. : } ..

I masts, and sails and.cordage are organs magician. '. ;.. \ .. .. l: $(tnd speed of the ship Is her greatest ':i .It
of a living-whole. In'more than -A so there Is a very real and ;. asset She will be able to slash >

a'merel7-fanciful sense the winds of valuable' reason for collecting those e throngh any but the :heaviest seas at ;/ ;. ,

heaven blow into .her the breath of sea songs 'which are thesailor's expression *Vt 4' rate[ 'almost equivalent to a railroad ) ;41
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life" says William McFee in the preface ot himself; his contribution speed of 40 miles aa hour. Given that '_ g.

to "Iron Men and Wooden to art,which ia only 'artless because ,. speed and the engine power and fuel >
Ships.- Her.'tery' sounds "and"'com. It unconscious and the pure revelaf; '. "ta capacity to maintain it' hour after -' t. g.'rt

f plalnings ire widely -'divergent"from lion of untutored souls A true chan- hour the carrier could range far ,

the sounds of machinery the moods ty; Is as authentic as a saga and like. ahead of the battle fleet and then pro- -
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she inspires,, the affections and hatreds a saga'it is composed independent of jed :her air flotilla another 200. or ,_'
lie in the regions of human the written word; It Is banded on more miles farther to strike the first

society and polity; and the edifice of from one votary to another like a blow at an approaching enemy. She 'i.

., fond and fantastic legends that has prophecy, a legend, or a tradition. will be from'seven to ten knots faster '::1

'. .'. than the fastest battleship, and only : '
I l the most modern cruisers or destroy ;;" tJ tf

"..; ,')-' .;;\.J'-,. ... "f., ers could keep, pace with, her. .
r. .. .- -...... ....... '" The' navy has had no chance yet to ;(
"I .tL1G'f op. i h "_<" 'L. > .' -:jJfQ'.J' ; !. MAN O"F 3ffAK.A.UD, A'CUTTEJL' praCtIce wit hany such weapon as i
r -ro"t.' this The slow cumbersome and Improvised -
-, Mew ,' "f-i'i.. :> :V;.' *' 1 an a Brisk: and SprlagkUy Lad second line carriers so far "'

One Par Cah.t.7on hear those gels .-calUngt!? t,- in the service have been able barely tI

riBaly one day more.my,'Johnny, One more day?;-- *." A "T ..% ,* I ani a'briskrind'sprlshyy lad.gut.lustlcome ; ;what girl but loves the merry tar, to furnish a hint of what such a ship .

-mire'daiT :x'ftk .Oh. cant you hear" -that-' capstan! --pawl-..... : home frOm 'eeair. -... ..4'we.. oe' thV ocean. roam,,'air as the Saratoga might be expected to 1(,' .. P
,'ro*, and-: roll.me over Ingt Of all the lives I ever led, f I. In every clime we find a ports accomplish. Maneuvers ia which they ':.': .

'pal? one- more day! Only one more day I, -. h [i] _, A sailor's! life for''me,-sir..- In; every r.a home sir.: functioned have been almost entirely 'f
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Daly oM. -more. dayl, .., ,. ,- be Coal tryouts under war conditions,. !. .

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p f 30.'Lukewarm.. ,; ] :. 1. Icebox. Mr. 'and Mrs. ,Cross.; of the Cross r 7SMTH. order of fib* Board of Supervisor .: i -,

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MISSIONS 'SHOW LARGE Near East Relief Is las placed only 3.225 children In the Commerce h to be commendedfor the rugged cow pony and (
: World'sGreatest leather chaps at earlier days. Given !
RESULTS PAST-TEN YEARS : !prosperous tomes ot this country in taking up the work of help
UNDER DR, LOVE. Charity, Says An- :wenty-flve years time one realizesthe Ing pet: the complete censon. his choice between an English conventional rid-!| SALE

.: .. nual task involved In finding homes for It would IKJ a serious nNtaVe lag saddle with the )|
Report to Congress. I 12.003 orphan children in a single yearin to allow the censor completed short stirrups and a typical stock )

TAKE OFFERINGS IN APRIL the midst of the social and pom-! with only half of the peopleIncluded. saddle with high pommel and cantle entire stock and fixtures

-- { !MILLION' GIVERS teal chaos ot the Near: East. In the : The census! uamna- and long stirrups the secretary selected -
Every Church? and Individual Will Be DURING YEAR opinion of some the outplacing has for say he is trying to do a : the former. ..have been turned over to the

-:. Arked,to,Share Supporting been too drastic for the'good of tae pnod Job, end that ,he Is fare The home, Cal was raised at' the 'I Consolidated Sale System, of

.. |I' Enlarged Program.-AII In. What Dawes Plan Did for Europe I Children! but it has been necessitatedby that the wort, when t'Oml'lf't.d111 Department of Agriculture's farm at Atlanta, with the understanding -
'. financial limitations. Apparent! Mlddlebury. Vermont His coat Is !, j
teretts Win B. Pushed.. TV satisfy the conservative
I ', Philanthropy Is Doing I the saturation point has been reached.for people of Fort fears and Lee dark chestnut and he has won several that we close it out to the

I the time being in some areas. County. The people want a championship: ribbons. public regardless of costprofits
" } Na department in Bible! Lands.The
' of Southern .
work has shown Baptist Large Deficit From Smyrna COMPLETE CE\Sn )Xothlnif will be all for you. Wait for
'. greater progress inIrecent The total disbursements during: the short of that will satisfy them.
. I.' 'siooa.' years than that of foreign mis- state committee of Near East I year were J3.9S8.C2D.. leaving ,a balance We de not know of anyone whonants the opening Thursday April 9th

Relief has received from Washington i on the year's operations of $I9S the census padded neither TONITE I 9 a. m.
. :.' Dr.' J, F'.LoTe: corresponding secretary a copy of the organisation's! annual 993. which, has been applied to the deficit does want

:> -r ol! |h"Torelgn. JLIlssion Board 1I > report, which was laid before the Sen remaining from the Smyrna disaster that faIN anyone to give U'l all a census the II. A. Joudon is in charge.

,,' ; t ate a few days ago by Us presiding The balance sheet at the end
I people that are here. The Fort
--- officer. Vice
: t President Dawes, woo of the year Ehowsm remaining deficit Last I
.. MyersPreas called attention to
" I happens also to I fce cue of the national of S29S.229.
I! trustees<< of the relief organixatlors. Total expenditures by the Neal this mattnIIome weeks ago,
':
I' it This report la tiled l with Congress an- 'I East Relief since its'organization have and has emphasized It from Times CLO.SEDThis
t' time to time. We believe that
nun, .In accordAnce .
). with the national been $90. 37,320, of which $24.000.000was
the effort to make the census.
charter of Near
East Iltilet.! and spent in Armenia. $20.000,000 in
,. J-: | embodies full l I complete. will be IDCfl'Si uL *
a
Account of the work Turkey. IIUDOO.OOO Syria and pal!

% i 1 done during the calendar :year. Ti, satin $7.500,000 In Mesopotamia and I "The Thief of r store will be closed tight all day
report says In part: I Persia, and $3.000.000) in Greece. During
". |I "In ,principle what the Dawes Com : the -same'perloa.; the "national ST FKAXCIS XAYlEint CHURCH Bagdad"with Wednesday, April 8th, to arrange the stock
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i mitts* did in Europe In 1924. Amert- I headquarters: expanse." Including administration I I and mark all merchandise at prices advertised. -

!. :;: l; can: philanthropy has attempted to do,: publicity and supervi- Services for Thursday. and Fridayare Sale starts Thursday, April 9th, 9
j t In the Near: East. A demonstration I eton was: J4,5SS.OOO. or approximately as follows: Thursday at 9:001 I Doug FairbanksFort
.. the place.
don't
t a. m.; Holy Mass and Communion. o'clock forget
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-- Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Rosary Expiation

of the Most Blessed Sacra- I
f t i i l Atou5AasA fryers acclaims It theWorld.s
fr ment. Sermon on the Eucharist. r
-':r'rL.P.it .
( greatest picture.
, ,'1 ft ; .-.. 1; Friday at 7:30 p. m. Way: of the I
r' So. '""
: .. I' ( ek .a Cross a sermon on the Passion of
: .. :
... t t our Divine Lord. and pious kissingof I THE TOGGERY
.:
the cross. Confessions will be ROYAL

,- :: heard after each serrice. All in
r A e 't A 252 Main Street
1 e charge of Rev. Fr. Aleuren S. .;J, AIRDOME: }

'-' Tampa. Fort Myers Florida


Secretary Jardine I THEATRE -
.. DR. J. F. LOVE
v Secretary Baptist Foreign Mission ,i ; + o Using Bridle Paths I
YatA \
"
Board 1 7:30: and 9:30
\ f WASHINGTON April Secretary I

;ice'; -. sated, at Richmond, Va, Is Just tram j I of Agriculture ;Jardine who was a Prices lOc and 25c READ THE PRESS AND BE HAPPY

-' :pleting tea --years of servicela that cowboy long before he became a cabinet
r-; : capacity! and the surra conduct !
? by Y-" member. is becoming a frequent
, , A a A e l A __ _
Or,' Alldrec'ge'chows that during that i n _____ .- ---- -- ----
. n: time -the' receipts of the board have 1 "' = = 'd
=
:;".. teen 'J1M4S.994.64.. whereas the re- 'I t : -- I'I i"i"t

.. '. -celpts fortJ: entire .78 fears of the' II : ., 1./

/ .board's" history/: hare been 924.915.-, THE' WORK: OF THE NEAR EAST RELIEF IS BEING DONE IN SIX COUN rrr I 1/)1)
< Lt ,,704.86. showing that'two-thirds<< of the. TRIES BORDERING ON THE MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK: SEAS \
"
'Stir', 'total receipts of tha board since ILl III 1

,::. ;'. : .... organization, In1845' tare come br:i of ways and means of International 1/1/ ill!
. '. five per cent. of which more than half 11
during Dr. Love's
administration 1 reconstruction was not only a prime Walt met by special contributions for
A Results on ,essential of good relief but It became III
... Foreign Fields Large expenao. and interest on bank bal- h
..:. t ,. Indicating the results which these' peculiarly necessary In 1924 to enable ances. 11II 11II'c
:: I larger l receipts,nave,made possible i!j American philanthropy adequately to Anti-Malaria ; I, 1

tf4; ; '; .on the foreign fields it Is pointed out round out its work. Campaign .. '
. ; 'that whereas the Foreign Mission I,I The chain of orphanges that Near The outstanding curse' of the Near I' I'; : '. 1'1
1 I''
"; I Board was ,operating in only seven i East Relief has built up overseas Is East is malaria" says a report. "Dur: I t' "
I -
-- :, ", countries ten years ago..ltf3 now the most remarkable success of continuing I log the past year the Near East Relief I 'f

' .{ work la :seventeen', countries reprei atl:; charity that the American: : conducted a comprehensive demonstration j ,. ', .: J
!:: ; ienttng' Europe Asia Africa. North I:'i people has ever achieved; for the raising I' of anti-malaria tecnique at .;:<.... .

: .- ',, : 'and SouOi America. In that brief period of money In a spurt after some ', Corinth Greece where the diseasewas I : "! ; "'--' ...... ..' I .'
. c great catastrophe is child's play com I i Now '- I
) of time the number of foreign j making heavy Inroads in the
:;.ii' ;' ;churches DOS grown from S80.to 1905 'I pared with the contlnnocts support; American orphanages. Tbe American is the

::.: : ,...il-., the; number pf mission'stations year In and :year out. of childrensal- director had succumbed to the disease ill tune. > I
.I' raged from death In .such catastro 1 1II
: than churches from 43 to 308,'number I and several of the American nurses II II'I'

ri,;!:' :baptisms; ,per ',.ear 'from ,6.252 to I phe. were likewise victims. Children were III i iAli
-.iu.ass.,members: oT the churches from ; Volunteer Wcrkers Everywhere ill by the hundreds. 'I'II '

:; ;]j2,991 to 1U.8TJ number of houses of "More than: a million Americans I "A survey of the local surroundings III

")jworshlp! rtron,248,to,, 819,,number ofSnndayaehoola'from contributed J4.265.3:2' to Near East of the.orphanage showed that 54 percent Ali! To Buy Your Russell :Park Lots At T : i
during
( 542 to 1,511. pa- Relief the past year. But even of the native population were In-

,!//PUa.;enrolled in the Sunday' schools more significant'than this financial response fected. The Near East Relief moblj-} If!

:from 22.022 to 76.604. contributions by was. the large enlistment of Izedsanitary engineers to find the 1111'' ,; Pre-Development Prices ;
i jth.-foreign-churches from, U1.15'.6 volunteer workers. Uxroug'iont the root of the epidemic. The source was '. 'I ,

:'._ .per year to"f 444, 68;number of Amen United States. Local committees inevery a vast swamp covering more than a ', # 1,1', '
state of the Union Included mile, and of
lean missionaries on, the field from square acres vineyard; { '
&; 1, .to 544',",,number ,ot nattYe Chria! 12,000 persons In their active membership from which the malarial mosquitoes r ,
ttan",workers 'employed froza 634 to The National Woman's Cota- swept over the whole valley of i II

c4 :2,494.-.number,of.,mission residences mUtes had the organized assistance of Corinth. :

;;owned by; aboard{ from Gfi to ltD, 43.723 women's organizations and War on Mosquitoes ,
._ c nbs. .More' than a hundred ,nationwide "With Greek government support
.umber.of.miseionaschools'from339Ito' :
:
,
*! 660,:number' of pupils (,in theseschools Advisory Committees. representing the Americans obtained authority to April 18th H HThe
various '1 social I'
religious! political
:
from ;339 to EGOS number of j or-commercial groups cooperated In drain the swamps and enforce rigid '-I
,pupils la then schools from which 60 sanitary regulations In the town. !
nation-wide promotion of Near East
:ri ,!ber cent'of, aH.the' onTerta.;-won by.i. i Relief." It has1 been this' .volunteer Ninety orphan boya 'did the work. ,
jthe missionaries came, assisted of
'from 9,376 tot service on a large scale which has by squads refugee labor
35,106, number;of .American medical made' possible the effective: and economical era After two months work the ,
,rp !mtesionarlea employed from' 12 to:19'; I collection of funds swamp was. dry: fifty miles of irrigation !
necessary
?-, s--- .and .. :urnb5 r'-of; medical treatments I for'the overseas operations. ditches had been completed: first unit of Russell Park comes off the I

given per from 74429 to 7S3 wells had been covered 20 I
Tear 294,422. '-the general polio In our'' work open ; '
': t So extensive ha*become the foreign i abroad during the has teen to reservoirs were oiled biweekly; 309 market. units '
: S year : Succeeding will be sold at increased I
: .
:; mission' werk. as well as that of home i eon1lnea.cUYltfes. aa largely as practicable Bouses were under constant Inspection :

t missions, atate missions, Christian i to and chUd.we1- a small river channel bad bees .
r ? orphanage ;
: ."education hospitals,,-orphanages and fare work in a;war.ravaged, irapoverished deepened..'ud 2,000 pounds of petroleum rites. :' /.:, ', ; If I
the York at ministerial relief fostered | are ;where-28 per cent of the was being used weekly for oiling .. ,/lfJ ; ,
,
v ; by Soutiem Baptists that the c1 nom: i Bonnlatioii .arc- refugees and' where stagnant water. r. 't.f .rJ ,_' ... J
'f nation has grovped an these interests j the" wholesale,exchanges of the populations "Thus the mosquito plague was got -.f' >! ..'t "

j- Into one:general; program 'kngwn as' are still In'progress wllh' all under control. and Instead of 14,000 ..". : .....-,,;. ..1 .... /1 'c_ .,.. ,,_ :_, -. ,:! : ., > ... { .. 1- f ,
'
; >!the :1155",Prt ram ,o( Southern ''Bapf Inevitable accompaniment of suffer! cases, of virulent malaria per month.as -HJ- ;>1' ,! '- '
..ttetaand.tJl: ,.the"28,000.local'-white': : In,the previous year, not a *ingl., :, < .1/ "
S : 1n;:. reduction; of the relief program. .
Baptist .eMrchu'of; ,the .South aVe baa not been, easy." : new case of malaria was reported in ': BUY NOW ,! ? < ',- : ",
The percentage of children ,
AognsL : .
caked .to' 'l'"ice ; I
.
: being put'oa'a;budget that During the'Pl.llt year the of ,
'& 01 from malaria dropped from 56 to tper' '
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: :wOl adovwktelr provide for. all these Near East Relief abroad reached 554.* '
-' causes,, the budget-to' bet: raised 878'' persona ,of whom ,the great majority cent : ; i
:
'thr uah'aneTfIrTmembercannu. .of were women and children. This The of the government success of of this Turkey experiment..hearing ., : ;r : ; :; il

t .the churches Jerery:yeorv service; ,Included 'food.,, medical aid. asked
in Greece,, baa the Near. East
: !,Take'Special: Offerlnes'in'Apriltaasmvcn. : 1 education,:clothing.and'persona service Relief to,give advice: and assistance And := : ; :Prl', '
the benefit of : ;: :,
pre-developnierit
get
M 'a;; number of 'the such is the release of Greek mili In a'similar campaign at Angora the :, I'I
chnrcfcM hare pot yet completed their I tarT and.,clvii, prisoners and the supervision new Turkish capitaL"3 .. <
canvas and manychurches which put of refugeeeml raUn( Children '
,prices
Homes .for Refugees 'I'
'! It on dH not e Ust every member;the orphanagesnumbered 41.082 '. ; -. :;., I
Discussing the refugee problem In
at'the beginning of the year; children ,
Headquarters Ceram.lttee, the US ; t )
: families Greece the report says"Whentheallied : t '
subsidized in
and
supervised
Program. in. cooperation: ...with ;the
nations--eoa ht-a ;

'{ 'various that; S nd state y::April Secretaries,19, be, fa observed-asking schools Went' 1S.TT4.-were'and"cbUdren'tn 1.454" The institutions special solution of the greatest human problem -' : i
;
? since the days of"Moses-the replanting -
as' .' day or,8peeW' offerings In supported were as followsi 4? orphanage -
the centers: 65 ..hoepltal and ,clinics: of a million Turkish-speaking R : ;
churches fer'aU the
objects} embraced
,- andspecial"school* and other Institutions Greeks, who were refugees from Turkey 'Pa k.n ;
in ttk'general 'Program., Where
g a .achureb. adds =-America; provided: tee, man to
The report ,
L5 hoMs its regular services on leaxlf the effort In the' founder andeX8eutlYe ; us& .:
,Children:Placed In Homes >
some,other 8 n4ay than April,!9, that comnjltteeman the Near rs ,
effort .being made to de-i "' ......
Is
\1 eonregadea.k'askedto: observe the "Every East Relief. Henry, Morge&tliaa."Near '.. ; .7
day,of $? dal otferiags feet':,theseeau8esJ: ',By child-welfarework: : and to provide one of Its own officials to this high ; .' ,i
r -
i rea en'of.te'reeent: rapid,expansion homes* or self-supportingemployment I International task was showing no Im CHAS._ W.., _RUSSELL, 18; Leon 1JuiIding -. .. ', i
tie for'att'thechIWren; as rapidly as pos modesty. It was essential that American ,
r of an. generalC nses,ot;tie, denomination .
.y and taxable: the boards sible.. The 'statistics reveal an ..unprecedented : philanthropy promote all possible Owner and Developer., Phone 499-2>: '. __ ?
: In' chad ,
and other ageaotM to".ehaue'thebh .achievement means of helping Greece to restore .
r aT7 obliplloU. M >ffortts being placement: During ,19U a ,total, ;of itself, so 'that thousands of orphan
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.in.:fcomea.
.da214.ru.wer..plaeed.m childrereonld'eventually "leave- the
nteimiun'oi:
mae Braise a $4,00ff00 ,-
apprenticed or otherwise brought into orphanages _
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I
in, oMfe, dwrtog' tie first fourS
comparatively normal socialand'tcanomic' "Beyond the.hIgh sentimental value
months of lMC. It ta 1Ifttb.'Tiewto
relationships., During 1924 an i of participating In the giving of work r
;; enHatimg as neartr ** poestple'erery additional'''_,"11000 : were'_ similarly to ,refugee families It was a"plal1t

4 ODe of tile 3,600,010 white Baptists plai* U ..JJ.U aana.-taeplaciii- :case'of_ es8ttr-for; ::stabilizing 'theregfonaiurrouadiag

the South te Ok mrfuJtaking that of pae'caSd.every,un minutes of each the,American orphanages
'tIM'apeclal offertax tar the >sieatti of ',woking'day, ,u.toqlaftt''"tfce two la order .complete the job

Opril were ID tp F". _'._" "-::.;3 ; I years,;." to every_ tastesee..,,;personal .K:chud,;relleL". ; "-., _- "



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, tIe ;IN RATE EACH In .nu"J'i r 'is::tbe ,words. ADVERTISING.1ncl..I fr vy ll 'F"'TG ftmjit&sg-:RATES --S; ;Personal Mention I Wittmeyer.serious illness' -.o(. his lather C. E. : !aster J3a!' m} l t : ln, J i Asking: Court to I I

Determine
aNllncJude .
Sanity
.. alllO. the. Dame. lld a SII .r"ord.'er box lIum I V ""Wasted. etc. -.-Ii. lIo'eU was over from :. -i.. ., ". -v- '- ,_ > 1 !
rent a !Sarnvili yesterday By DR. C. R. VINTON f 1
t
c WOrd6r -Capt, J. C. arranging with :
8-Pt eeh daJ'. Rye of Marco .. .
type like this. was in Uf T A **rl"led rn j.
J J 2 cents a word the city the county assessor that the Iota in 1 NTSOuuj i
8-pt type like for each day. today. \ SAX \"$. C'if. .\; .1 >*
thls I.eents a his subdivision recently sold 'will not Court \
"or4 for each J proceedings to de'r r n* the
10-pttiPe like this 4 4al. J. C. bo charged np against his next Easter comes at a different date In the Near East than in Anseriea.owlrg ,
cents a word Cook, of Naples, was in the : years to'the aaaitjr of JPorotby Ih3 .-.>a. tareeenttr )
for.each day. tax statement.Mrs. fact that the Greek church still clings to the antiquated
I lO.pt type- like this, G cents a word for city yesterday.F. : Byzantine calend 1r. Easter is pre-eminently the most important holi a rd Mi ber 0tissV ..anexpetiMrf J. :
each ,
day. to reach th I!
JoIL"UfL iifjjjti
day of the in
&WetUfntw1fl r.ATE year Greece and Us observance is universal I
more and
Culver
.tIon. 14 tn"f1ed for teas E. EHott. of Peters left today for today. The ease to ta-.
than ZS eDb for first IlIser. i Cincinnati O., la I I her homein more elaborate than anywhere in Western countries. In this article! I i expected

I cJVt'rUnla'Of'd"red" LTEn.;ATE: 1ATS: here for a few days. Knoxville: Tennessee Dr..Vintcn. famous world-traveler and lecturer tells Of his experiences t* the jiry4.iatn. em |
'
I 1. cent to run on j after spending several weeks In this bi determination take f fJ
to
per aord.ta addltloq alternate daTa .11I 'I 'Athefts. where he spent Easter last ths
the
Jr. i iI' per word.on ,.er to the renlu rate on 'be charlt'd 1-t -Frank ". I city for her health. She is much, improved year among refugee and
., alae& point t-pe. anti 1 cent Roe, of'Vtlcaj f N. T, is1 orphans the are' being cared for by America througa-the Nul"-Eat I coastline the texT ekw- "i
I Ie Ir 'i here for short and will probably be back to Relief.
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TERMS "I a stay : r : seems to tear tile atlgasar af

'j oUce-Xo Card of Tbanka"Caah ;11 adv_ ., -" I the City of Palms next fall.Mr. ..- ]BMT, thenpro.ec_ fer. ;R

: S1.OO.For -ltellOlutlon.." IDJIerted for 1_,tbaD -ItA.. Blackford.'of Findlajr. O4 I i der of Her wotfter. ;.
your own pTot4ctIon. f and Mrs. S. | writing in Athens. at two 1 fctek into the church the crowd belaD' -
} ThIs paper Ia not re"POnlllble for brine adtl, ne fq JTectly has arrived in the Hty. II. She er. of loclt in the morning ofKasler 'I t ; '

4 mllllakewr:' dvePJaew-ta tele typewi-Ittea.b ned In. J _- { i Blairsville, Pa; Mrs. I.1.. Duncan of III Sunday. according to :I to more. bt nobody was in a l AthietiesHave Bad :<

-Mrs. EL R. Pittsbnrg. rlltes'J.; C. Rielrey. ofltiairsvllle. j I I't ) wiry. They were greeting friends '
: 1
Chapman !
1 A was down ; the Creek calendar. I hue: '
FOR I f rom"LiBelle'Tuesday. ''Pa. .Blld'lr. and ) W. j I irsth the.tglael tMines. -Christen I Dayat Philadelphia
SALE just come from A two hour j
'I Douglas Fairbanks C. Ricbey. of Blairsville 1', are service that started shortly before I I j, 4 esti. t Motkrs-whispered it to

':)"KALF'-rad..t 1 i The Thief -of in -Roland M. Meyer of ah'flJle. making Fort Myers a visit. !, midnight. Although I could not Understand ;j j .heir Jack children reply. Refugees and the children ia otragged lIsped I By .Li.ititel.ats-;;: : ? ::t t mW2

rtv. I 1-Z KolkMta. Cowrows wilt : Bagdad Tenn is here for a visit. the Creek words of the serv- j): .'l thcs.-with-ti Social (. fort Myfrx rrwIHJILA&ELffHIA. *./:;"
ototassacre.
i5.M Jersey heifer fresbea alt I --The Lydia Shands Wesley Bible ice. I coxldenjoy and apprtdaU it. I .mcaol'7 ( W2.tlu'I
it.
April -etJe
soon II
5.oo. "l>ortatis>a sad safferiBg. sahl softly. .
-
'J.. L. Carlton, Buckingham, Fla.igMfl the Douglas Fairbanks will be seen in 'I -V. J. Howe of Bokeelta, was met Tuesday afternoon with and AS a result of three days of .baakfaUy. Tkrktos AD@'sti. J Ha.. ?r. nrs baseman of the Atklrtic -

:FOR : & amazing picture' taken from the trading in the city today.R. Matherson for the regular April charch-golag there runs through my I' A two-hour serrice of more formal !'I broke his rtgat knee cap fieM
'$ .'T'' month." i'3'3.0l lTUs b''t! j Arabian" Nights! "The Thief of Bag i I. and social meeting. Deli- mind very persistently the words so I I rbar.cter foUuwcd. in the Cathedral j a throw Oon QaBvway in the first'firaing

.pre- Lodge Nap. I'lL I-ll-tto.- dad. -a picture that u alel to be I I I F. Baker Jr.. of Orlandov is !'light refreshments-were served long ago ctteredbj. S-t. Paul in this !' marked by antirihonal chanting of : of tihe.cff''Mites fmrth game It.

? *0!It SALE:-Lumber aDd CW27 uid beyond anything yet seen in the city for a day or two. the business of the day was very place: "Ye men of Athens- very impressive character. Pernaps I'I between .the PkOUes and A's at fls.kr .
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.a..houlI8 build Inr. corner material Ju-k nn In en the feUT.r 'screen. at the airdome. [. very religious. ave thousand people crowded into the I, Bowl this afternoon Manser is se- ter'

I sand iswvwj&'at Streets.nc.. ; to taken down aDd This lately story Of romance and adventcre -'I.: -iJames K Hart of'New York Is Tonight'was the climax of a series baUdiuc. .ll taDtImr- An 1UYA .rtoaftry f I imjBrM aid will be unable
Apply Q.
; M. liHtmaa.i 4-S-tfc. abGunda.accordig to all ac- stopping in the City of Palms. f -Drew Jlendr,. who has been'at of observances that started on Good ; bios was tl i-ir obvious familiarity ;!''to play for throe som bs. The loss tecc.I08k

:FOR SALE-One slrls counts.' la .happenings. of astounding Naples as clerk at the Naples Hotel Friday. All that day the bells were ; with all the intricate requirenteats |ot Ua..'.'r and tleiraacb almost ,

'. iuMl short time.wlieet.Inquire rood Grand cononion. and unbelievable magic. Nothing like | -Jas. F. Bourne Jr.. of St. IVters- was in Fort Myers this week greeting tolling and flags were at half-mast everywhere. j' of Lice service: at certain points tee I I wrecks the A's pennant chances. 051-

'Central. Hotel. 4-C-atn. It has eves been attempted. nothing burr is a Fort Myers visitor. his many friends. The Fort Mers )- Business stepped. Throughout thousand hands move as one when I II '; Hrimat-h will be out for some thee dies

;JMm SALJv like U has I golf course missed Mr. Hendry i I they made the sign of tie cross at '
:O acres County ever beTa seen nothing the day steady streams of people io come. tItans and Ont> artalso inleom
: 'Inear Marco. 4 room l"uIIHo CantBon. like It -Lakeland 1 this season as be is an enthusiastic i some point .la the chant or reading
has
31 \Vlllard street for ever been accomplished. ; was represented in the poured Into the churches not simply I| hurt aftd aa identie or rf.UIn had .

:..I further 4-tp.InTorn.tIon. This beautifully faneiful story, born ..city yesterday by II. L. Jarvls.Mrs. I I golfer and an expert player. ti' great Cathedral. bat Into scoresof :I, No seemed one to had know a prayer-book the service; perfectly.everyone of
- jroit, 8AUB-Several choice iota In Stad1 A poet's drearc In Araby, was'made r little chapels I had never noticed j At one point in tbe service a Bisb- | won today 11 to 5 making it three >

;Turner ler Central and No 3 Loon Bid*.. Into an entrancing reality by Doug- Elizabeth Ring. of IAuis.1, Norwegian DelegatesReturning before. I went into many of them. op advanced toward the door I victories In four games. he
l
stvr. las ville. Ky.. i is open j ,
4-7-Stp; in the
Fairbanks.. city today. I Homeward There was no general or congregational -[ and called oat a question ia a loud I
iVOR 8ALB Gas Range service it was all individual Oalcht
very little used. ; : .
voice -mere came cacK from aye Corrigan
Party leaving : toOpenNew
f
city. Can be seen for the -Urs. WilliamB.; I worship. People came alone or in
>.*xt two or three day Senator Froile. of Little thousand throats the in urJch
at 1U1S ilonroa Shipstcad os Norway, April 8.-Norwegian answer.
'street, Rock. Ark., is .
A class of
bargaIn.p 4-j-Stp. here for a visit delegates to the meeting of the family groups. Every society Greek bat unmistakable: -He is not i :Realty Office

\t fni Makes .Serious Charges'v.sillcG'rtN was represented. In most of the here He islsen..''
: BALK
-Small Motor boat IS 1J -! ,International Council ofVoinen., to I ; to
fret long;? 3 1.2 h. p. Hartford Kngine. .- \ -R. F. AVestfall of Kansas City. churches there were representationsof The climax came when two Bishops Two rooms in the Colmiut hullil-
.i11't"y Mullet Lunch room. .City m ioc. Mo. Is here be held in Washington May 4-14, willsail the sepulchre and peopla knelt for I
:. f-'l-titc. : Xptn s,-senarorShlpstead on a business trip shortly en the steamer Stavan- advanced to the altar, carrying be- log. corner of Broadway and Mat

.: of Minnesota. Farmer-La gerfjord for Halifax under the leadership "tr -Mr. and
FOR borltechargejrthatrecent sky-rock- Mm. C. K. (m on. of -of Mrs. Betsy Kield lkerg. Corrlgan. realtor: slid hchas had oa

I,- RENT ting of'whest. prtr s 4n'ChJearolIs S.anibe!. were. in the ,city Tuesday, chairman,*>f-the Norwegian branch of I them repaired med sleety
it '(Von RENT-. due to activities of price filing speculators 'and l lu rRiaJt4ltl. bat
t' mom uururniHlitHl' houiw .-.W. II. the organization. Thr-y v ill make a
In Kaat Vorl Myera. Apply IWnwttU l and also asserts that Department Estes of Americus. Ga. la lie recently sold his intr<-"t in the 'otfo.
of .
.Ga(. r, i in Fort Myers short tour ctf; r" {:>: :nla before
3rlt-lfc. .of Agriculture aided in the bull for a few days stay. proceeding to the Ujlted !r .:.tes.Mrs. Seminole Realty CoMpaay tn J, \\. tet

,f .Jr'01t Rio; Furnished room movement by Issuing "false Coffey and will .
to lady or propa S. Backer op a P on"u- -.s in
( 'i married &. .. 4120 -Mr. and Mrs. secret.i.ygeneralto ;
)11IIrt'et.
ganda"i regarding threatened abort' Francis L. Pneyn.of his hi Hi-
; a the International new quarters a few da>" eNec.
4-7-itp. Council
It :_ __ : aleof;world-wheat .supply. Nw York. are in the city today. goes by stairs that be will have a corps of .
of the
way England to Join president
Iron
RENT '
-Very nice
Iff rooms, by weUkDoand efficient salesmen IIr.
-week -S, 'S. of'' the Marchioness of Aberdeen and Te- ,
month. Safford.
or 245 Lee St. 1-IGtfc HOLY. WEEK SERVICES: Sycamore. I11J- ( and will take care at aay business
noise Is .in the mair. and sails with her on the Mau- "he.sa.
i'i'n city1 on a short visit. which comes, hIs
RENT-Rooms _t 403 Second Kt. rctanla in April. way.
: SJUc.KOIl The Lenten services'at Saint Mr. Corrigaa is an old timer In reJi

Lake's church during holy week Christine and Russell Buck ot Fort Myers
KK.NT-rJtooma by cbY or are and known to everybody -
"
'i Two;blocl a.from Tout Office !fIt Sec- as follows! Litany service every afternoon Sanilw-l l", 'are visiting Fort Myers to Dance To Be Given lie baa been associated with the ltd

end street corner-of Uarrett G-tfc.o at 4:3O. Good Friday there day. At Community Hall business interests of the city from (M

-fill IIKNT-FnrnUhud 6 room modern will be a three hour's service from i eet4t "t 'tt e..ennthtSat the time of his arrival and has been ..

1.1.i bungalow.ione io.May Ii4.( im until tfcirtvinlierHKNT 12 to 3 at which there will be meditations -Roy Dill and A. S. Hlaley. of St. engaged in the real estate businessfor lie
f-"illl Petersburg, The ladies of 3t. Xavier's Catholic
are here for a f law f
t from tile seven sayings from iays several years In which time he Jon
2 J'on .-four room aparimriit furn. visit. church will give a dance at the' Community .
.nht4j .No cliiWren. jroi Cultngo etpnrl t the cross. I ORPHAN CHILDREN I has been responsible for the swinging ..
OF THE
NEAR
Hill EAST
13tn.
t" : Monday. April RELIEF
ON
t 4-c4tp. These services are open to the pub THEIR PLAYGROUND of many deals of greater and lesser ,.
: l lic. You are Invited. -John (I.,Foster and R..J. Hills of Proceeds to be used in furnishing IN CLASSIC ATHENS magnitude.Ills h.

';; Atlanta are here on a short pleasure Rectory. The Sunniland Seven of Arcadia .
friends hope to him
; WANTED
see greatly bea4
nASKRVPTH TMJTIOV FOR BISIIAIIUR trip. will furnish the music for the a moment at they kissed reverently :ween them a very oil: book. Thea expand bis business and
: ( ASH OKItFU ltMITIC'K __ prophecy
.UOAUDK1W 1.D. occasion. No tickets to be sold at he sacred :he Metropolitan, in full! ecclesiastical
pictures in that
WANTKIH-At lit Garrett TIIK1SKON; front of Ittetomb. he will continue to two successful
; Wtreet. Good. meal and room. "41,00PIlI' ) ---. -..; SI, Taner is her from Chat the 'door. Tickets can l-purchased ." I watched long and. I am robes. caste forward aid read a chapter In his chosen vocation.Ml
week.-- la lk. DMrirt t;.Pl.Ib.rallr4 Slates eons
aallf"l tanooga, Tennessee for a short business front the committee; Mrs. William (I. .frank to say critically. for evidences in a clear. strong voice that filled

W ANTEI -To trade equity In well:to.rated VOn' TUB SOUTH RRXT TJlSTIUCT, OFFLIOIULIA visit Masters Mrs. Warren A. Cartler Mrs. of mere formality, mere routine. But the great church. closing with the

j lot'for good car. Address Box Richmond Dean.Heitman I saw earnest reverent, prayerful words "Cbristos Anesti." Every candle SSI I NOWe t.! }
i XYJS care 'rea'
tfc.WANTKlKxtJoimraiw I.N'TIIR, OF J. Davis.Itankrnnf.. ..John swept upward the in are asked for information concerning
tATTER R. C. Ayer. of .Jacbon Ill worship Late into the evening the as crowd.
to may on place Is In the bells still 'tolled and the bushed tones vibrant with deep emotion Mrs. Edward B. (Cihhons% or 4
city. and will remain people were :
And ;help with hot ww rk and twohilrtpen. Ji* III;S IN nAN'KRUrrCY.OKDEH for a Blaach F.
<-$ Uoud |
Iarll! <*on. 'ilMMU 1ST-4 riags 4-SrUc, LIP VoVirE THF.REOX- night thousands and thousands marched this was done. and then followed a nurse and EcJward'J.. Gibbons. Jr.. 'Sg
Southern IHnrlrt ot Florida. on: -
r iWANT.o..saleil 1.-O. MeProry's On this Slh >4av ..( Airll, ATI. .U s. chas.Gordon., of Columbia.; Being Moved TodayThe In i procession through .the streets chant in which the same words rang They hate been missing since Jan. --

F 4A and |ue Store 4-T-:tn. on reading the Petition top Discharge. South Carolina and up the long winding road to the out again and again. ath 1925 from their home ia New .
.
of th shove jUMMtd liankropt, it I* spent yesterday in 1
WANT>:ik-At 011.. 4' room Inane, rtatm'in OHDKKKn H]| the Court that shearing Fan Myers. old Heitman residence on corner ChaPel of St. George at the top of I la the American orphanages and in York City. Anyone knowing of their '

-' (fort ldJ'_) "_n.a.I. Give desrliillon |M> had uxm IHo samo on the title day of First and Jackson has been Mount Lycabetos. I, the refugee camps it has often seemed whereabouts is asked, to ooaunaalcate -
> and ot)1",. VkJ).. J'!. before tM said court
ifio* Addre. 1I.t. .to me that the
secret of these
: los 't3.| t2J.p.i' at Jarksouvtlle. tn said -tliMrh-t at IU A. : -n.'S. DeWitt of SL J.JOC"ked1J and timbers placed underit Saturday night the city took on a remarkable with P. Celanger Supt. of Police. JJ
Petersburg
M. ami that notk. thtreof be ipuklishnt In Fort Myers is The work of moving It to the rear more festive turn. By ten o'clock the people ot the- Near East Wto Montreal Canada or Edward Gibbons
yAXTItt-Whtte I 1 lalwr- ,- clay, s; -hi Fort Myers Press, a newspaper looking over his property be found in Paul's
Itoum. Cement Jait Co, Kast printed In raid dmrk-t and that all Interests. of the lot will begin this evening or. streets were full of people Every person phrase very religious. care Long. 557 West 150th street.HEP.4IKS ,

,Kort: Myers, -T-Uc. known "ito.' awl ,other persona in In the morning. carried a andle. most of them An amaziag thin Is the faith ----,- ,. 1y f
Interost may appear| at the said .time and spirit of these peoPle. In ,
As soon as this Is remOVed the nniu. but enough lit to make, the every :
WANTKl> TO JNT-taatI famished and flacf and show raase. It any(they -11rs M. D. BELt..Fir6TiD -
.apartment, clone in. Reply Box 'tNt*I have. why the prayer of the said npetition Duncan, of Pine work of putting in foundations for scene one long to be remembered.Soon corner of the Near East I nave been heI.
.10:0--1 )' ." frem. 4-7-310.. .r fhoulrt not k* sranted. Bluff Ark., Is here for a short stay after ten. a movement started impressed with their deep religious .
.
the business
block and
arcade
new
And I U Is farther or>Ured by the court The which
SIALHi' 116LP"WAXTKn tlA.OOn.6oo I that-tha.d..rk..td\all send by mail to all among the palms. will begin. toward the great square In front cf character and their devotion to their. repairs were made at

-tlompuny wants roan la well Watklns! known credible. rofites of AI along
1 ,JlumCNecfeattte.. In rWt' Myers. '-Mere I and this order addrensed to them at Their -Misses Lettle and Cordie Nutt of The east will of the addition to the with the crowd. After la the American orphanages there Goodman-t Son are' completed and
II few blocks
rcklrncO a
than ISO iMed .) as
dally. Incoone $2SS) Morgan hotel is than scaffold
weekly Rxporlence unnecewiary., WriteIKparlmont '. r.Tsh TIM Honorabl 4i. M. OALL, Sanibel were in the city today the I more the crowds became thicker and progress I ls. .f cosras..daily Bible study. That painters at'.. now at work

'!o' B. I.. .. .. Walkins Once Judge of too aahl court and the ovaltherMf. guests of friends.F. high and the concrete foundations on difficult. But it was a good-na Is generally taken lor granted; -Ididnt r
at Jacksonville. In said district,
4J-74 WtJSL '
nuiy Iowa St. Mempbla, the west side are going down.
Teon. -, 4-tti.. on ttwtih -4y ot April. A.U. l t.of Ji.iBoal tured crowd There was talking and take for granted however I GLASS GOI\Q n
the 'ourt) The brickwork to the square of'the
I Inquired everywhere and never failed
V. Cooper of laughiac.Jiut there was nothing bois -
) Arcadia
KIV1X: Tw was I
WANTKIV purchaw from -tor WILLIAM3.Clerk. office arcade is inside
owner new post done -
.lind '
to
a regular -which t
calling terous. It was a program Plate glass la
j..ah five or six room bungalow navis on customers and greeting I reverent homey going In the Col
,.Investment Co, .. lona .-111.l11eo April 5, IMS.IJf : friends here yesterday.W. aud outside the steel frame up i crowd. grouped In families with thousands tbe children displayed great Interest I tier Building the corner of First
-I and the work of placing the overhead of children. But there Is also spontaneous religious .
THE n..TJI"1 Gt'R rOl'HT sad Ja kow-
:': U ; 5LOST'wrtrt : OF IKE C
: .. ,I IIJ1ST.GOhI I : The F.lat'of James H. Jlarper.lleo. hustling city of Winter the !la ready for doors and windows. I' main 'approach, to tie Cathedral Sidon I found the orpaaas holding a
Haven in
_" ; I the Square. 1 could scarcely believe prayer service of their own. not daily, FISH nITE-fiIRL TIRE "'
watch. Finder my
kindly ,ot Palms
City
CITATION : Tuesday. H
I bat thrice dally. At Nazareth tha ,
.return' to Bradford 'Hotel. Reward I 'TO XfARY KMJON UREEV, 8-\RA1I I eyea: the square was as light as at,
'
f-t.tp. 'MOOUE, .XAXCY LKEDY A.VT lAVYMO.MII.LJOM : New .First 'Street noonday from a thousand flaring gas boy carpenter. used a part of their Mr. and 1rs.--S-( RatlenUae aad ,
iit4T.i-crez: ; AND AU OTIIBR:: 1-Kll. -Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Peacock, of lunch hour for a devotional serv tea.
rujrt Monday on Tamtam : lamps and at least tea thousand can family. Including their daughter. StissEnlly.
: SAID STATE
IXTKnESTKD- Store
SONS : Macon. Oflice.Supply
Reward, ? Georgia are spending few On Ute door ot the Boys Club in .
Trail IIS a another -
Answer ''Bex } n>as H.U- Orfn Kioc-utor of said -ta'. dles. The center of the square .was a and her. guest. Mw Louise
Office. _-&-!. having this day-filed ra M-titiom in the days la the City of"Palms.fl great stand which had been erected orphanage'tenter I saw a sifn. Strond. (f Maigriio. ''Iwrf 0I
rvtun d
.LOITl.W.lell.. *:l"oIl1t.;1 ,i lInen above nake-an.named Court onWr tirerUnB asking that UieiKxcCUtor tM- The Heitman building at ISC Firat for the church dignitaries' their written by one of the boys Come! Irom a--e.--r..I C51.li.5ltts.. t JJ

< ;-fem.la.' Xotlfy) H. 'M, Sherwoo.1. (a take powwaslon of crrtaln real land M!' Meyer prominent hotel street vacated by My Lunch. has midnight,Easter service. In front of here to study the Bible" j BotUta spriDg;. '-- .---:"' *' .:""' JC&
ealala beloncina to said estate as a.- man,.f The deeply religions nature of the ; -
JCashvlUe Tennessee is been
t a leased by Ralph Cooper and G. the stand thousand
were a
orphansfrom
for the of dE-btll.of said I
i.OST HI" fftm )iwyntent 3fis9 booked
Emily a tarpon which
.- Bar rln.turn. 1ft.rd. Ref visitor people of the'NearEast and their la-
to the
estate 'and legacies la. the wilt of the City of Palms. M. Lipscomb will put in a complete the"Amerlcan orphanages drawn
to 11. U.' Richards' Uoyal Parn made two leap before shaking .
whlrh faith ,out /
said James 'fi. Harnt tease inGed chief
propertyiavdesfrilietl are a cxplana C&i
stock of fixtures in 'close bats
office I
4-4-8tc. in few formation off
Wtharcncwy1 follows: a .op reverent
tlon of ta. in which the book One large Jewfish [was
spirit they have ir.
blogiasiog Nine Hundred Fivel. (tGi) Clarence E. Snyder bead of the days. The tyle of the firm will be and wershipfal
South of thavN'ortheaBt NK endured much without losing captured and Jack and ftnaafc bit'so
Sort ( cor- Snyder School CapttVa heart
this at has beenIn the Lfpscomb-Coeper Company. At llt4ath. bells of the Cathedral
ELL4tNEQIJsk'oR.RKtAt1L& tb.'X.rthwest Quarter 44Wt4)of and freely that the girls' -
bop Recognition and development arm* were worn
Ike '. t14W the eltr.for a day two I burst into mvsta. The crowd
_. : : __ .I ,of' the "Northeast.ccrthweetQuarter Quarter .4plo4)%) or Mr. Cooper used to be in the surged of this spiritual factor are of out palling them in. ::

On furniture and of Section'Tm-cnty-fmir .nit Township wholesale paper department of Drew, : forward._ Thos who had not yet lit treat importance in the contribution i ,

Ihoaholdu4itensils ro to Wine's -KenalrShop -f )Forty-four-.South..Range ., on' 5tj'5tPeetSOUtb of A. *o r.<*. vAat" them* ,Mouth Two visiting friends i their melghbors. Then. that -America Is maklag toward permanent RACE' *
In came
C. U and Boulevard. crossing, Kaat Fort Hundred Forty <(1441) feet: thecaAV_ tae city' and expects B. Parker's book store. Mr. Lips- the pro- [ aDd just solution of the many I. AT JACKSOXTttLEJACKSONVILLEi : ". f.
.Myers- ,-U-)7te Three Hundred I Sixty-three .W 3>" feet,;1 to remain for -some time. comb has been in charge of the typewriter i cessions from thechurch, first the sai problems of the Near East .
thence South Sixty-four ) feet ; i cred lkons. then the P'.rish priests .<
.1XJ YOU NEEU a real estate nan thence West Fifty-four (54) feet moreot' I department for Mr. Parker for Tbe East has been awakened. It i .
i then the April More
with) a IJodge tonriag. ear?, Box-42, l_ ta point'Which> Is T_'Hundred --Miss NidaMIam. of', Florence, S. i some time. bishops and finally the Is atoning with sew life new vitality -
:llonita finrtnga Fla. 4-4-Ctn.' &vfontyth75) feel JK st' C-has Metropolitan, bead of the church. A than 100 automobiles representing '
theV". line of the Northeast QuarterN come to visit her aunt. Miss Both young men have bad considerable : band began to play a stately Gregorla new > aspirations. The Nile Valley, values treat |2& Jank Ito : ,
;'A. liAnQAlXS' lots adjoiaing railroad. ( till 9 of _let| Section Township ami I Nell! Barden and other .relatives. business experience and their Palestine Syria Turkey and tbe care pig
suitable dovpJUnZ or.wa744.OUne.. Will Kane: thenpa Nonl\ Three Hundred chant; the soldiers cane rigidly j Haugdahrs $15,000 Miller speedway
nacrifk'. this week.--Cash- ,. Inquire. Fire. Twenty. I3d > te.il) thrum .Ventl'avaoneaad friends expect to >see. them succeedin to salute and held It for.the full five Balkans are electric with poteaUaliUea. Biadila. will b* seen in action on <

Itenanmeat, 4-4-tfc. thence North .MflySl c a-half) -feet<21K)thence- fec-i; -M. Sehnetdmaaji. of the Boston their new business enterprise.An i minut.aof the chant. Everybody I Perhaps lb. future of every Automobile day of the April*Follies .

'rxnertenrd Chauffeur will drive.arty I AVest Tw k'.Dd one-lull t?SVi) Store Arcadia 1 is here to assst! Stern Joined& the singing. Tea 'thousand] child oa earth ,today is taking formlnthia 1,
-to dMcara- or. -. .fe .the_ North OtM-Humired Bros, the 1 celebration. Wednesday, April 15th.
tFoJorOcdW ; Fifty ia Boston Store for a few cauldron of old races an* old .t
*lAllea JYaaer, Box Fla. .nan) feet ta a point .whk-h. l. Two ; Insurrection in voices came to me, deep vibrant i staged at tb& state fair grosmd
4-j... Hundred Twenty-Ay- (2229 feet Kas iays. sound like the eoabiaed'' maiic of!!I.I hatreds of new hopes aad aew power.Teat "
r lot he, Went low of .the. NortheaM.Quarter f roars ago a bomb e.tp1od< &t speedwa :\
TurcoPersia.Front; wind throagb. tbeiplaea and thstdl j jtant.bre -
.) Alj40b1n-tor our new ncd sod-.P NK14) of stud Section, rowati Three feature neDts'are ltstJ .
;'ply More l .'Good salary to right $ > apd 'ttance; thence Cast Two -Mrs. S,,S, Greeleymnd Mrs. Eo .I. kiDg' of heaVjv eurf. .1 could Sarajevo in -the Balkans.' and destroyed on .ft
-4--t.
inan.. fnrntoh.' references.Vrlt.. .Ji-. :-S4xty-nv, jui4ei' .t tenUisiae StJohn. are making a short visit in LONDOX. April''! S.-.An- Ext'haDlI I .distinzuiab ao slug)* voices, so heavy : the old life of every man sad the program with| the D1 tobll .fJ
for lnterrtw femall -fatvestHVfnl
'twtlcBlre iittIQ re thvueeHouth Two la
Jackson J1 the city They are from' Cleveland. and overpowering was the woman and child ia the United races which famous profMsioasl
yqMred0q.).OL Box Hit Hundred Five > feet: thaw. taM Telegraph dispatch! tells of a Kurdish swelling '
wtIel *'1OIIdn.! Thre- <11 tt; 4bvnr. &ItlthTweaay Ohio; chorus. Everybody knew the cbaat States Let as not'doabt fast 'the drivers and eaiateur stars will compete ,
four (J4I feet wore or less t* a pout insurrection 'on the Tnrco Persian ul I fate 'Of oar children is being affected listed as the special
fttXaiCJtVK- On lbVLOI'IBtL .whIrl i 1" , ,rwam to.fct.lo: touch with right party (') feet West of -he point of be- -A.c. Long regular winter Tfster. (- .they were aLngln themselves sad bj the momentoas event* ot today in At least four races with a aeorifet
to acau'tI. t.ta connection as General a-lnainic; theneev bent -- >a. Handled left for his hew seat troops tolquell. ''it, It is God al6ae.- with -no eonseiossaesa of the Near East. .'starters* Will be staged T ?
'apaier '44a .ubMit-iMnci >or imiiar S.',Dt-IIPYeDnH feet to th*> petal % homo In Topeka said' the insurrection i is aJme!.at the M> do sot doabt l Ii
Ie& Am 34-food hetk-.teit or- -of )* lnllla.r.- Kans, yesterday. He says he is' com anyone around them.. j It. Nor arewe Following the speed elastic /tb*
z3nt UCfWIy' over ten yoars. Cap : TOM ap *41*. of-pt3t'' suroesKf mntotkreiarut- man atat .aod the restorationof the
...- "... *-. ilacirt.a.-tk.Iktb.day-nt .aLaarJazaoaJMl I > midnight. anti the ,HetropoliUaV i' as w* were tea years ago. The:,,championship of Florida wilt }Jja.staged.
,afw.nct.pl-hI..... imst season JtiSj how if Caliphate wates- I l I American 'people'arc'acting now, ID
c-sure. any you may have why ro&e.clear::and.straiix_reac&lnc Entries are
> aomethinf btreer ned c opportunity sold -Mrs. T. J. Swain and baby have 1 open to very
) ant tile tiftition should not heicraitted. tto'tannofrot
| 1b at
.1
;:4.. one dvertMns- and -.aDlal. abifOaa Poneami onkTtnJ thl" 7lh day at cone to '*ifton. Ga, where they will a climax on the stroke of twelve with I|I[ They art I'wontaa residing La the state aad J.
,
; Wand sale organisation and familiar words Anestfi speaking dearly and strongly tae
I8v up April. lOin. Hearst in RadioBroadcasting the "Cnristos I ear and distributors .
HitteanyiinnMinn. K ilti ct.M>..jtpUUfcftHtoUM' h healoof The. Court. remaia, a month'with .Mrs. .SwainamotherMrs. Christ Is Risen the bells word that means 'frfeD4s from *H p<3nts
.As
orp4We or'owners. Addm.4seeLj ., broke are ceadlag t
Q.-c8'l"O'L"T' J. c.: la candidates for boaant.
MCee1Mr. PlanLOS -atuulIac. IIDlldel'I,
In w&oie-Utroated peace .Through
'aIt, 'f forth Joyful pealtazievery' :
Judge.
; ;. I The winners will not only be aware ,
'
: April t, IS, to i' person tn the crowd repeated malhRariaB and relief

;. ', '. .. __. .. '. .'."",, i 'and Mrs. "';rye Chapman UE .APQ'> wios .Am. again and agate'theM words "Christ .e. expressing la action. tm>\- le lip ed prizes but' will occupy an hooorary

:t ::l :jl. ;S TICE:' OF-ASXCA..MEETISfO who have been here'the guesU of W.: geld ,Ejimlner say** WlUlam R.] is Risen. Each maa-greeted.each of r rnrlce. the fdaaj ot Ute Golden. Bait position la the parade to h field
.
"., -. | j The Annual ifftoUM'1M 8t;M bOJ.J- M. Oil! and C, H.=GooUI y forseveral Hearst the p sll h rnd :Joseph: M.Schenek .I hIs neighbors with .joyous phrase Sixty5 thousand:orpaan l CldJllrea,-01 through 'the streets of Jacksonville 'ji

-.w. '' .'.wfX irs MJ the Ariiwa CMna rUkinx cont- weeks. have'returned to their'home .motion picture, eectlv I as people IB aa American crowd wilt :all the Levantine races, arat learulnt [that nellfll The 41'IY. t&rmiglt

', ,, .r M) ', I f !titL iO-. .It Joe at 2 baM:. P.OH,U w.,'at.tile&offIce,. -April of i Scottsboro, Ala. form partnership to launch a.nation say 'Happy New' Year.t each otter It from -Americans who' have tee Bam$ aa. wUl Jb. a .feature o4bo i

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'.' FANCY PRINTED SILK 36 Inch Fast Color Kalburnie, in EASTER HATS The American Railway

; 36 Inch Crepes choice patterns. This value speaksfor Express Company are II r \
r itself, at . n . . . .29c For Spring time helping us to make this :
: An offering of the latest Novelties of 86 Inch Tissue Ginghams, worth 75c. springlike in Fort Myers.showing a # Greatest Selling ;
.' the Season that is gaining favor by Special at . .% . . . .59c 4' of graceful- the .t' \
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leaps and bounds. The designs carry 36 Inch No-Fade Percale,Easter Sale, c shapes that are Sensation we have ever I
i f." their own appeal to smart dressers. at.. . . . . . . 19c r leading the hat (, offered, by bringing I
c Fully worth up to 3.00. 36 Inch Tub Satin, Sale Price. .47c modes for wear from the Northern mar- i
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fi Easter Sale, $1.49 ; Importen Sateen, all colors, at .49c t with frocks sheer, and, Easter new- kets daily to us NEW !I ;; i
r" Silk Striped Lingette, 36 inch, all col- } __ wear. MERCHANDISE, thus jl) c
.. ors, at . . . .. . 34c -l enabling us to put on II' J
'. Cotton Underwear Crepe, extra spe- Easter Sale, at $1.98 to $4.45 sale Thursday morning, I

i I SILK SPORT CREPES cial, at . .. . .. 23c April 9th, 200 ,beautifulnew III
hrunc-F8st Color-Here in a wide range A Snap-300 yds. Beach Cloth, includ- Ladies' Full Fashioned 13 count Pure. Frocks of Chiffons :
f7;. "- .. of'colors, worth up to $2.50. Special at.... 98c ing almost every color, while it lasts, Thread Silk Hose, worth 2.50. and Georgettes in plain ir.11 t....
L', !; :.' .. at. .. .. .. .'. . .. 27c Sale Price at . . . .$1.98 colors, floral patterns :'( I
H" ..; ., 500 yds. Beautiful Krinkled Crepe, $2.00 Silk Hose Values, at .$1.98 and other prints, and I f :
GREAT SELLING big assortment of colors For Easter $1.50 Values, at . . ,_ ..$1.27 Priced at Crepe de Chines in high : !

Sale at . .. . . . .24c $1.25 Values at ... . . 9Sc S3 95, S4.95. colors and white, trimmed I f
'. : PURE DYED. NO FILLING! Fiber Silk Hose, at. . . .4 9c with lace, and con-
: ALL SILK! FREE-FREE-FREE! 595. S7.50 trasting appliques, ..cut'I 1'I t.
"" BQNTEX Quality Silks, Cross Word YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS TRAVELING BAGS AND SUITCASES '"' outs, apron fronts, ;:
R 'Puzzle'designs, worth $3.25. Easter THIS SNAP tfiu.yo fles and( pleating i
t .Sale, $2.29.. the $11.95. Come and See Them, ;?
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;; t; p BQNTEX"BARONET SATIN $20.00 or more of merchandise they are all on sale. .t.{
A ..Well:known for its unexcelled quality and finish. Saturday;we will give you Free Gratis I .'11
Here'are the prettiest shades imaginable and the ,, 20 yards of beautiful curtain !' MEN'S SUITS I' 1
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r SILK. _BROADgLOTH IIhi.; 'II/Ijf I,!/I".I' ;,!II..I"'I,!; Q!),'I '\',\\\\\\' Palm Beach Suits, at ... . .........$ 9.50 ar_.
STOCKEDWE ''tb'; '"I'! : "! \\ t Mohair Suits, at ... . ... ......... .$12.50
36 Inches wide:a,whale of a snap at Tropical Worsted at ........ ... ,....$13.75 ;
$1.39 yard.: For your summer vacation, now on Beautiful Garbardine Suits, several colors.all ,
-: per r sale, Leather Cowhide at $6.75. to at .. ....... .......................$18.93
,,\', SUNFAST: SUITING $9.75. See them
:{ ,SSIncheg.t vide, big assortment of colors:. Sale Bags and Cases GENUINE \ HATS FOR
.Price ,......-.!......-.,............, ,.%,.. 43c The less expensive PANAMA I
: '36 Inch'Unbleached\ Muslin, good quality? ,' from . .. .... ,... ,,$3.95 to$4.95 MEN, Sell regularly at$5.00, going at .
:., .. at sale ii.t..s-...-..,.....,.-.tUe, 17c and 19c, Easter Sale V2 off, at .. . .$2.50 '_
." 81 Inch Bleached SheetIng-.at. .Y" , Men's
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y 44 Inch Indian }Head at .....t,,..?' 41e ARE OVERSTOCIED color blue, white, gray and tan, Men's Straw Hats, all styles, and
,Big. Lot Bath Towels.,.at .*.i..<,...n 1.\....f; 41c IN Easter Sale, only week only 98c greatly reduced, at ... .$1.98 to $2.85A
::" LADIES'SHOES 25 Dozen English Broadcloth Shirts, beautiful line of Men's Felt Hats, y;
i For one week'only we are offering our,entire $2.00 and $3.00. values, Swan sells Sale Price n.. ,. ..,. .... .$1.98 I :
:LADIES' FANCY PAJAMAS stock"of several hundred pairs of Ladies' Shoes at them for one week only, at . .$1.95
1 20 Dozen Men's\ White Oxford Shirts,
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LADIES' .FANCY COSTUME SLIPS, SURPRISINGLY; LOW PRICES Sale Price .. ... .. . ... .$1.49lIen's INIEN'S WORK, SHOES .:,
.LADIES'SILK.CHEMISES Whether time.or not'invite you are in to need come of in Shoes and look just'em at \ Chambray Work Shirts, good $4.00 to $4.50 Values, solid leather '.'
LADIES'SILK this over.We'can we fit the you entire family! at unbelievablyLow weight and quality, Sale. Price 59c,to outer and inner soles, counters, etc. ::.,; '
STEP-INS Prices and every'pair, carries our Guaranteeor 85c. Every pair guaranteed.Sale .' )'.<
LAbjES* CREPE.BLOOMERS, They your money will be refunded.stacked on the tables, counters,' Men's Khaki Pants, at ... ... H .$1.45 Price, only .,._.. 1. .$3.95
.a 'LApIE."C E STEPINSANpiADiES'NIGHTGOWNS under tables; counters, etc. But they will all be Men's\ Pin Check Pants, at. .$1.69 ,Also,Scout- Work Shoes at .... ,$1.98lIen's
\ marked down and i in plain figures, SQ you can see. New arrivals in 'Boys' and Children Leather Puttees for one week :.
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,. Of Superior :Duality, all greatly- Reduced Leathers,in the latest cut-outs,bows; ribbons, etc.,in 220 weight Blue Denim Over- Leather Puttees, for 'on week ;
," for.one week;only, 'Tan:"-Fancy..and Brown Oxfords,also.'White Kid new colors alls, for only ..... ...,. .....:.$1.49 only at .._ .- . ... .,. ...x$2.45' "

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