The Fort Myers press
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Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00089
 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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TALLAHASSEE. April IS-The following -, Whitaker. W. O. DuVall J. Kd: Stokes : IN WHICH/ TO FORM --
; MAKES SPEED COPS1'I' la a list of the house commit I R. f;. Kurtz. Edgar W. "'Ia. April n.-- Temperance E. J. Etheridge:: :
L. The
following is list FIRST BAlL[
tees for the 1925 session of the legis A. Ilendry Louis a > of the ::>f'n.t.c'ommlttt't's hairman: W. J. Singletary. D. S. GAMEINCOUNTYftAUE
Victor. "
:M. C. Gar- ..
lature: rett. FRENCH CABINET for the 19.:! session ofhip I II lilJis.; R. H. Rowe. H. G. Putnam.

Committee legislature: Public Road and Highways-Hugh
WEARUNIFORMS : W. H. Committee on County Organization Committeeon Audit and Control of Hale chairman W. W. .
Bishop 1 ; Phillips. J. J.wearill&t'n.
; S. II. Strom. C. II. '
: A. Younjr. chairman Frank I.(- blativp
Register ; Expenditures!? n. Edge,I M. O. Overstreet.. W. JSinglptar i
Roscoe Carver F. L. Byrd. C. Morgan, E.: M. Johns. J. f'. Busto. tvl* ItarUn ,.i "riilNt<. tthllaie chairman: II. <",. Putnam. S. W. An- '. J. II.
W. Scales.
J. S.
A. Smith.
West. I). II. petree. r.. W. S. \", (:",tun. Theo Levin"
It J. K'pII'r. ,. dtrson. D. X. Cone. DE.. .
t t. .t l % I. W.
( worn ere Turner. J. W. I
Watson. T. --
Would rcene. J. T. --
Prohibit i Towns t: Wbltty.I M' \'Crl'kt.1l. I
: James Mount
and .
'. Tinier ICuuruenU iToreHHnjs .: Cal- Turnball. J. T. CutJ..r.fral..gC'J. City of I'alms Nine
I Committee I I Overwhelm
Enforcing Speed Limit on Appropriations! : ain. kins chairman W. C.
A.I : Hodges. W. W. : .
; I O. ,
111. Williams I Overstreet. chairman Sanibcl Island
Of Less Than 25 Miles chairman; J. J. Parrish.! Committee nn County Roads and -- -- Cl.irk. D. M. Knight/: J. Turner But E J. i Team on Their
t I":. B. Bishop. E. C. May.I : J. I). Smith! Bridges: W. A. West< chairman; J. P.ItIS.prll IS.-M. Brianil. who. ler. J. W. Watson.Etheridge. W. II. Malone. I Own Diamond
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O. UuVall S. J. llIs. II. S. B. Wetherington!: B. :M. Frisbie. C. A. yesterday was entrusted with the Capitol State Buildings: aad Crovnds Commerce Qfllis.

r OFFICERS TO GET SALARY I"(' '. I). K. Bullard.! I"-I Savage.!: C.: H. Taylor.Committee I task -.n. II. Rowe, chairman: J. II. ('011 I M and "Yigation-John
of organizing a new cabinet.called Coe; cbainaan/\V. II. Malone. J. :SCORE IS 22 TO FOUR
Ilanks .
on and Loans: on Education\ : IV. A. son. II. X. Walker, Hash Hale, X. J. T.
Cutler. J. E. C lkin".
I'. ('Idlin chairman 'I upon president Doutnergne J. W. Tur

Reckless Drivers Are Also Car- I lips. J. J. Parish. B. K.;Bnllard.Shelton A.Phil-W. ,| Shelton MacKenzie.Phillips.chairman If. L.: Ezell.S. J. EdwinS. :Ellis.I this morning arid asked to he given Wicker.Miscellaneous: Legislation I' ner. J. W. Watson.. W. R. McDaniel. Regular: Schedule Games For

ed Fcr in Representative I IDoty's Yount! K. 1... B iton J. It Ootr. J. A.I i Dew. W. II. Branch. Roscoe Car more time 1I1tb which to select minI ; ttillu. chairman: J. II. Colson A. s.// chairman Organized Lajbor& -W. C. Hodges Season Will
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I Taylor. : CO(. J. \V. Watson Be Announced
Suggestions j A. X. Turnl.ull. ver. J. W. Shelley. S. (;. Allen. I :sterv Taylor. D. X. Cone. J. .:. Earth.
:.. __ :. II. Scales." llBZB Halo_ I Within .
I j Committee on Canals and Drain- : Committee on Efficiency: A. I n. I,....". W. K. .).lCLJJflIOl.PenslonaI Few Days .
W'I j I Finance
II Briaml appears deterinin-d t:> have ] Sail l Taxation -W. J.
I[ age; : M. S. MrCrackcn. chairman; L. | Weeks, chairman: Fred II. Davis C. I ). .:. Knight chairman; t fglrtary. SiD-I .
<<<87' T.. A*..rl.lr4 I'rO'.1 I j jTALLAHASSEE. i "'. Jennings no power behind the throne and chairman: S. W. .\nden | The
Peter Kemlrirk.:: A. .1 IYoung. i W. Hunter. W. A. :MacKenzie. J. Ed X. J. Wicker.. II. D. Putnam. II. X. luuwhall waxm In Lee
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I fwantJi to know delialle'hetb..r' | :SI. Coat J.
thesaclalista J. .
April 13.-Annoy- I I Norris : R-1 Stokes. Searincen.: M. O.I I
McElya.\ J. R. notJ' : W; Iker. R. II. Rowe. I was officially
,i are willing to bind themselves j Overstreet. T. T. Tarahull. J. opened yesterday on
snce to motorists traveling in Florida:i E. Kurtz. I.. A. Ilendry. Frank C. j Committee on Engrossed\ Bills: I P.aaking-J. II. Scales chairman" : i II. I iSaaibel
{ under his leadership. tons reversing Scales.I.. <; llunani. J. S. Smith. j' Island when FortHyersTde
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Morgan.: I Frank I.. Byrd.; \ chairnnn Louis M. O. Overstreet. J. J. Sw.-arinsen.
by (raffle officers whose income I Is i ; ;
; ;!: their previous stand that theparty ('lals- II. M. Walker feited the home
| Committee on Census and Appor- I V (-tor. W. B. Bishop. S. W. Cetzen.: D. X. Cone. W. K. McDaniel. chairman; l' team with a. v6re:ot
derived by making arrests would be I would never take office in a 'T. T. TBrnball. W. J. 122 "
Singletary A. to
tinoment: : J. A. Taylor chairman; 'IJ. Jo:. WhiU,. M. C. Garrett.: ('. .W. bourgeois cabinet. Public: t.tllitit"lc.! -0. X. Cone, chairman ; .,
<< Ulenely. A. M.
C checked under provisions of the bill;I W. T. Ilendry. Thos. W. Bryant. I. X. ;' Hunter. C.! V.". Greene. C. H. Evans. J Jf ; D. E. Knight J, t:. {'aikas: J. Taylor. I Although the diamond was. in-bad'
Introduced in the house last week by ; Kennedy. S. D. Harris. Norris :Mc Committee: i on Enrolled I : Bills I : C. f The socialist committee expert- !, T. Butler. i Public Health -- ,f. W. Turner j t ,shape some. excellent fielding.' .. ,:

;. Representative Dot,. of Ilendry rounty. J;' Elya. W. A. We .t, Fred II. avls. W. H. Taylor. chairman; J. H. HarrellJ j;' ed to have made up their mind on j! :Military Affairs-.\. M. Taylor. chairman: n..5. (.onf'. J. II. rot..n.1T. |,done. About 75 people witnessed "th.s
I for the regulation of traffic on':I' B. Bishop. i J. ibis point by tomorrow night. :Manyniemtx chairman T. Tarnbull. E. J. Etheridge. '
Ed Stokes.< E.: R. I.. Moore. C. H. I.I I ; S. A. Hinely. X. Wicker.. 'gam* .
fur fared Highway\ The measure Committee on Citrus Fruits: R. J.Kppl'r. 'Register. R. K. Elliott. J. R. Lyles. >rs of the party are bitterly opposed I W. W. Clark. J.V.. Watson. Engrossed Hills W. W. Phillips I'I The Fort _
follows the lines recommended by to Briand. chairman: W. W. nark. L. D. Edge, i Myers team left by motor
chairman Public
; Jam.sIountaln.: R. i D. Craig. Rufus Tui-ker. Printing-W. W. Phillips for Punta
(:ovrrnor' Martin in his message to'' \v. A. MaeKenzie. i -. ------- I .hairman W. A. Russell W. McDaniel.: Rassa at oae o'clock. "
John A. Taylor.J. Committee on Expense of Executive -j ; W. J. Sinjtletary. J. W. '''i

the legislature.\ j D .Smith. J. J. Parris. I.. A. Hen- Department: I. J. McCall. chair. )II KIKI: : [.FITFul: TOMIIITi ; Watson.: Overstreet.: X..5. Wal Enrolled Bills-S. W. Anderson. They. were carried to the l Island'by f
The bill provides that "it shall be :i dry. Joseph Crews W. I). Bell. man; P. W. Hunter. T. A. Fletcher\ j :_ : ker. '.chairman, : D. X. Cone J. S. Smith. boat.A

unlawful for any traffic officer sher-J Committee on City and Town Organization II. II. Petree. J. C. :McSween. I.. j Corporations I). Edge. t chairman -I'IW.! W. Clark. James t:. Calkins. return game of the teams will heplayed

J iff. deputy sheriff, or any other of-j \ ; Louis Victor. chairman: I| Brock. W. I'. Watson. Frank X. Car-A'i I Dr. Charles McFerrin.: of Chica- ; J. T. Butler. J. S. Smith 1:. O. I Judiciary "\" W. II. Malone. 1 in Fort Myers wllhln" two

iirer to perform the duties of a traffic j C. A. Savage. :M. S. McCrac-ken. Frank I I' roll. Louis Combs. I I go. will lecture at Cwynne auclitor- ]j Overstreet.. W Phillip .chairman; J. M. Coe. J. T. Butler D.I'week Announcements will be made-

officer "on the highways of this state i X. Carroll. L. B. Combs. Norris MeElya. i': Committee on Finance and Taxa- j| luiu tonight:; under the auspices of the j State Institutions'. A. Ro&efl. S. (;illls. W. J. Singletary. L. I). .;cl I i later it was announced by Manager

unless dressed In a distinctive uni- J. F. !: lion | Business and Professional Women's I! chairman W. '. N. J. Wicker, A. :M. Taj lor. W. It. : !Smith today of the date
Buslo. Edgar W. Way- i : II. McKenzie: chairman : : ( Hodges. J. II. Col- ; of the.games
I club :.. .. IT..lbni..1 I., .>.. . .. .
on "The Minus - -
form and wearing a badge. plainly bright. R. D. Craig. {: T. Ilendry. W. B. Bishop. J. It. )' Sign in Your son. D. r-. {;IIII". it. :'%\ itaiker... "u -<- tria.Tru a i me lair ground dla-
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"iaible. Indicating his official capac Committee on Claims: K.:: :M. I W. A. MacKenzie. A. W. McLeran. W'I Life. Mining and Mineral ReaourCft'-W"I-J-Ud1 y "IJ J. J. Swearingen. I jmoBd in East Fort Myers. ; ''

ity." chairman; Edgar W. JOn'II'1 K. Elliott\ A. W. Weeks W. P. By special request Prof. McFerrin It. McDaniel. chairman; J. J. Swear-: chairman; W. C. hodges R. H. Rowe. j Inspired by the work of the Phila-

Neither would a traffic officer bej I E. Whitty. E.: C. May, J. D. Smith. T'I son. t will talk; to women only at the ingen.' H. G. Putnam. S. A. lIint'I,.. J. 1). E. Knight. S. W. Anderson.: O. I j jdelphU Athletics Fort Mytrs will

allowed to operate upon any of the C. Douglas, II. II. Witherington L.J Committee on Fisheries: H. L. 'I Cwynne auditorium Tuesday at 4 p W. Turner. Overstreet. J. W. Turner. I). X. ('(tnf'. I have a lull teamtbis yearT" '- *"*"'""*"'"':

,I nurfaced hlghwa)'" of the state nor "' V. Trueman Roscoe Carver. Ezell. chairman: K W. Jennings. J. County Organizations S. Smith. II. X. Walker. The line up at ye,,!teWay>. game J

upon the streets of any incorporated i if Committee on Commerce and N'aviI.I! WRhellrr. _Prank_ ___ V_n. Oarrnll'__.. _n. _Shol-.... -- "- rhairnnn: I). F. Cillis.\ W. II. Malone.I Judld..ryW.. W. Clark: chairman and the score by innings was:
f city or town except he be paid a I Ration: Frank X. Carroll chairman; ; ton Phll1ip II. S.. :McKenzie. W. H. m.ORAMILED Hugh Hale. II. C. Putnam.Privileges : T. T. T rnbulJ. Hugh hale J.'E. I r' .rt .Myert NaalbetrX C.

I aalary, and that his remuneration be.I,III. L. Ezell. J. Ed Stokes J. W. Branch E.: It L. Moore Frank C. PLAYGROUND and Electlons-T. T. ,1 Calkins, ... J. Etheridge. J. II. I C'. rreeney S B..ItI..

1 In no way contingent! upon the revenue -,I Shelley. S. D. Harris S. G. Allen. t;. Morgan. Turnbull. chairman; It. II. Rowe, n. ; Ctil.oon. W. A. Russell. S. A. Ilinely. I.. BeljeaC. :i R. ThnuVC. ,

f derived from his official activities. -I I R. Elmore. M. S. :McCracken C. P. I Committee on Forestry: A. \\'. E Knight. J. II. Scales. X. J. Wicker j| J. II. Scales. j! F. ITelUS. I*. < U xt ,.,

.' I i i I WeilnMing. Weeks chairman; W. H. Branch. W. REDUCE | Constitutionalmt'tHIDl'ntllJ., T.I Executive (Communications E. j S. Mower !S,; S. Jr.\\I1. "'t t

; While the bill 'propos. strict regu- ']| Committee 0 n Constitutional A. West. I). H. Petree. G. W. Greene. JUVENilE CRIME i Butler chairman: W. C. Hodges. t:. Calkins chairman; W. C. Hodges. J. t. K. Mul., K. F. HudlasJ.

r latlons as to the type of officers that I j I I Amendments: E. W. Waybright. Theo. Levine T. C. Douglass L. V.Trurnian. JJ! Etheridge. W. J. singletary. j 1.1. Swearingen. Hugh Hale and W. W. i iI ,I :i K. PeantdK. I'. 'SaBlla"' ". ;

I may serve as .Ir,Irle regulators iti I chairman; Thos. W. Bryant. S. H. J. D. Smith. Insurance: S. Smith chairman: j Phillips. I I t.. BeljeaK ). F. L; Wde. :
likewise. takes care of reckless drivlers. !! Strom. C. A. Savage F. L. Byrd, S. Committee on Came: J. J. Parrish. ASSOCIATION CLAIMStitle. I I R. II. Rowe. W. J. Singletary.!!: II.I .I Appropriations. C. Hodges. !I F. Freeaey. I B.. !KkaaaakaaK. .

.. Section C of the measure pro-'.,C. Fox. II. S. McKenzie. J, Ed Stokes. chairman; II. II. Witherington. I. N. I Malone, X. J. Wicker. chairman; S. W. Anderson. J. .1.1 j, 31l.Pspe F. J...... t

".. i-1; vldes that if vehicle is moving at a ; A. H. Williams. Kennedy. Thomas W. Bryant M. O. Game and Jo'iheri,11S.. A. Hinely Swearingen: O. Overstreet. L. D.I I I I'. u.wsa. P. ('..telly"!-' f
rate of speed to exceed forty miles j jan Committee on Convicts: J. H. Har- harrison Edwin S. Dew. I. J. McCall. .. ",l FlItted Mates and Canada chairman; J. T. Butler. J. Jo:. Calkins.; I Edge.: J. II. Col>lOn. J. E.: Calkins. AI j jM. I I I'. \\1l11i. P. MflUas.-ts ,

hour when passing another ma-, rell. chairman; I. N. Kennedy C. H. II A. Xl Turnbull. T. C. Douglass. j Expend: $:!1J.u.i >. for J. W. Turner. J. H. Sad..... Hugh I Taylor. A. M. Ttylor. J. W. I I'. Bnulnell.. P. $b5ChaISEfTota

chine. It shall be conclusive evidence I I Register "'. O. DuVall Roitroe Car Committee on Governor's Message EquipmentXEW : << Hale, and I* I). Edge. !! ner.j Tur-I -

a of reckless driving. j ver. W. A. West. J. E. Whitty. FrankC. I and Administrative Reports: C. "'. Cities and TOll'ns-X. J. Wicker; j Agrlcullur.lIoard.G.: : 123: 4gg-7a':. \
It would also be unlawful for muni-1 Morgan C. II. Taylor. Hunter chairman; Frank X. Carroll YORK. April 1*.-Organized chairman; W. W. Clark;, W. A. Rus- I chairman; J. S. Smith. E. J. j F. M.I 52:1: 4,5:3'-.Z.r.:

.finalities tQ; attempt to; enforce a | Committee on' Corporations: S. V.'. A. X. Turnbull. W. R. Godwin. C.o playgrounds in American cities measurably I sell. S. A. Hinely. II. X. \Yalker.i i I! W. A. Russell. W. W. Phillips. S. W.I i iI I Sanibel 220 Qe5s.o.4: J

.jea44LusIL.fOmOtor.TChklCa of Jess I G chairman E. l. K reduce jnvenlle delinquency i Prisons and Convicts-M. O. Over- I IAnd..rlltJn. D. S. Cillis. j I ILu _
tzt'n. : MJo1'IIS"" .!Kemp,_I.D.J3tonef! _S,,< J.'Qx1 .1. 'I, ,I \ 1 1I
Hum Z5'mUes9a ."spur 'ln- >the''YesT- Billiard. Norris McElya; L W. Jennings Only J. R. Lyles"Committee and save"crime-ulllsT according-'to etrreIwekairaeaM 'h-. 4Jjjps3J, >lWr.t. iujJ4e-jt=:J JriJ_'VjwjyatsSEjchairman { .

deuce district of man' Elpallties. I. J. McCall. A. N. Turnbull. on Immigration: "'. It 'the Playground and Recreation association E.: Knight. Howard Putnam. W' W. I ; I.. D.I Edge. W. W. claft.l)[Sunday "Mark! j.i. f

Punishment for violations! Is fixed at'I' C. H. Evans. W T. Watson. Godwin chairman; Shelton Phillips. of America and cities in the 'Iark. I I Hugh Hale. T. T. Turnbull. J. )'

a fine of hot less, than ten dollars Committee on County Officials: T. A. Fletcher, W. D. Bell. W. W. I United States and Canada during Education II. .Colson. chairman; lr, J. J. Swearingen. W. W. Phillips j; Banner Attendance I

I nor more than 'flOO) or by imprisonment I.I I.Norris McElya. chairman; Pat C. (Continued on Pace '1)PARTICIPANTS 1924. expended f20.052.55S! for public U I). Edge. John M. Co*. A. :M. Taylor I'I kv.I I II. Malone. I *." ....

In the county jail for not less .I recreation. The year book of the association W. C Hodges. T. T. Tnrnbull S. W. AUa..bea-S. A. Hinely. chairman; i I Sunday evening was! 'the -bsnper

thin ten days nor more than sixty'I' \ issued today says this sum Anderson. A. M. Taylor. E. J. Etheridge. I Ii {service for tbe Jenkln.o 'catlt1lal.a..Jt-- l
ll.li PARROTS! IN ('ITt' \ "
t days or both by fine and impriaonsnent. -] "I' a- IN i is $6.000,000 greater than last year's was announced today-at, the'blg4eoLThe

I II hu'e and is 14 times the expenditure 15 ; r 1 subject 'was Sin. It '.was ,weUI
| Snnalild been S. A. L. Announcement
I I f ; parrots FlORIDA RESPONDING i handled by Evangelist
Tort years ago. A total of 711 cities reported I Jenktoc and
in It
1 I seen Myers. supposed
organized: recreation. Hoped For This Week te Illustrations were vivid. :At-the
that from the West Indies.Harry .
I they came BEACH SMASH UP .
THE WEATHER I close of the service
: Johnson. who reported<< theirpresence The swiftly growing popularity of the altar call was
j that have public recreation Is due largely to the TO AMERICAN lEGION I, one of the mOtet Imprenslv trails h Jt'I
says a
: I I recognition of decreased delinquency The conference held Situritay a-' has made several men aad ,women
j a concert in the morning. lie Is ESCAPE DEATH 1 -1 I
'Highest temperature I whether in I, the association: says. and the developing ternoon and evening between going forward and. retpnaerratinjr
not sure they sing Spanish I
yesterday .. . .!811 this theme the year book ENDOWMENT CAMPAIGN their lives to the service of theLord.
S- !> or their original dialect. I II [: Seaboard officials who wre here I
Lowest temperature I; declares that the reduction in Sche- The choir rendered Easte.r/seler':-

last night . ..58 :i.!I VIBES: IHIXKEll: : BIf US I W. C'. lt..Mnson. ;;: ,,f Kiirt..w, and V..1 nectady. Xew York. was 69>-i percent -- I|including\ Presidtnt S. Davies War- 'ions and the andienc- seemed-to

Rainfall. 24 hrg., to|j I I Kelly Crush in l.lnculn<< in six wards which, contain Trroldent sad Entire: (.aMnet. EniInr. : i: field and'Ipresld..nts Stanley fully appreciate. their ."ory,. ---; ,- --k.
i BLACKS CRn, Va. April 15. Alight
Sa.m..Ins..0Wind. I i and (rrland half the city's population. according: .e National lIthe far I 111.- i Bonsai and Cahill as well as C S. The number of
direction. XE!: I, rain came to the aid of firefighters 1 I to the judge of the juvenile court. In shied and Orphan {'rkn.. of Sivannah. sod the board number fifty or more and:Jhejj) "savebeen
Wind. vel.. miles. ;j i late today and was falling I I "'. C. Robinson of Bartow is at Los Angeles the operation of a playground i divided among various }."*>..

5. Sky Clear iBarometer i I throughout the area of the Blue Nelson's Casino suffering from In- I under able leaders in a difficult -, | of governcri of the chamber of commerce of the towu. -

_ : .30.041 j'i Ridge and Allegheny mountains near]iI' i I Juries described as "not serious" an(11 district reduced delinquency P.L.TK.April IJ.-"Florida will ,!:I| and the special. Seaboard coin-
here where forest fires have raged his I nake a record in The .4.mc..lcaB' Le-1
I I I' for the past week. Latest: reports! as the Lincoln result coupe of is collision badly damaged at from 100 cases to three in a )ear'sime. gion national $5.000.04)0 Endolll'm'ntund !I| inittee, progressed very satisfactor- SilO I LS SK:<;EXTIOHASKEDWAS1HXGTOX. I .
I I a Crest II
After l.ooo Xew Haves
Florida : boys i I, ily. Seme details came up for so-
For ; Fair tonight and ] front the fire centers say the flames Beach ? campaign.
cent between
Sunday afternoon
: Tuesday; gentle variable winds. I I(I are gradually dying. Robinson and V. Kelly. were" organized into an amateur baseball I This prediction was made belay '!I I lutiun. however that will require a April M.Vpr:: .'I-
___ j jI I league by Xew Haven Community few days more to work out. It Is dent ("oolldge"fu'le: Shoals commission
| C. Howard
Several different descriptions Of' 'y Rowton adjutant of |
(Iserykt'. arrests for delinquency licped that before" the end of the week has decided followingan
executive -
|I the accident were told Presa he department. His statement was;;I
r'pre-I which had numbered 67 In this group. it will Iw possible to announce the
session to
SAVE THEROYAL isentatives, the sum of which seem to ] 'Kised on early reports of gifts and |i send out JcXterntt
I PALMSI lie that Robinson, driving along the I ,fell to one in the year following the pledges to the Legion movement to-;I; fart that the Seaboard will come in interested groups asking<< fdrjtheir
I formation of the league. cr will\ not come in'; It looks favor views. as to disposition of"laptop-

City Fast Losing Right to Name Of City Of }Palms, Says j I who beach in at an a Overland rapid rate backed struck suddene Kelly. I i Organized celebrations) practically tic The! veterans endowment and orphans.gained momentum j'': able at the present time but nothing .rt,. Any suggestion wilt te"wei:-,

Capt. I'1ene Hallowe'en vandalism and dc::nite be announced. votned. Chairman! f
can McKenil said. T
1 ly from a line of parked cars. The ,t ih dlenamient mnvention of the''' ; *
To prevent destruction of the beauties of Fort }ly- [ rear wheels struck or were inter- I mischief show.in many (cities the statistics -I Legion held'at Saint Augustine re- : -

and the of these I locked by the Impact. The Lincoln's cently. Adjutant Rowton said. Amongthe !!: : '
ers by the removal of Royal Palms shipping One hundred thirty-two athletic Postal Rates Are Explained j ,
,wonderful trees out of the city: a prominent; citizen who i' wheel was torn off causing the car I. fields were opened in 1924 for the gifts announced was one by > ji : ) I
to turn over several times. The lames C.r Brown. of Sarasota. fo !
wishes his name withheld. has offered to buy all the trees firs f time. There are also 359 new By Postmaster Genera New
; Overland. viewed today seem to have $500.; Eleven members of the Miami
which owners ate contemplating removing and giving them to i I I tennis courts 281 new quoit courts
suffered convention
I little In proportion to its delegation to the pledged
for. the public parks and schoolyards. I' and 146 new ball fields. Tennis
the city,
part in the accident. Kelly un-. U.500) and the Miami Civic club'spledge
"Everyone in this city should back up this public-spirited courts in 510 cities total 4.865. Numerous WASH1XGTCX April 13. RemindIng j than those Issued l by the govern mint.
hurt. 'i00 "
Through a miracle Uoblnson'alcompanion I of $ was announced. The !
t citizen." said Captain J. Fred :Menge, this morning. "We had was unhurt and the driver other facilities include (26 eleven Miami Legionnaires and their the public that congress has decreed Xo other changes In th. firttcU'nsates l *

been discussing the removal of some magnificent specimensof escaped with a few bad bruises anda swimming pools and 1.092 picnic pledges were as follows C- H Reeder. : that tbe us -rs of the postal service -I Fourth-Class of postage -have been made.
I IftO (Parcel. Post) Mail
the Royal Palm which were recently removed from a downI violent shaking up. grounds. $:; ; Joe Frank. $100; Harry Goldstein must help pay the: Increased salaries "The same matter T :

town lot and sold to a man who is developing a subdivision in | An ambulance sent to the beach $100; George Duncan. $50:; ; of postal employes, which became than eight ounces a* handled weighing!. third-store-

another' part of the State. found Its services unnecessary. I'URU ST.UTSl1t MM: onville McWhorter.; $50; J. J. Kou- effective January 1, Postmaster I class maiL Limit of weitlt 7$. -ponnd.

I "It is 4 desecration to remove these trees, which constitute I bek. $ltlO; Charles P. Xeider $100; General New today issued a statement in first second and third znbe4.s '

I the main glory of our city. We are known as "The City : MI OKII I'ItEETEit: : : TO PKIMK: DETROIT4. April IJ.-The Ford Charles A. :Mills. $250; W. A. Snow I setting forth the new postage; $0 pounds In all other .0.... Present'

of Palms," but If everybody who contemplates improving his !i Motor Co.. inaugurated what was $100; T. J. Davenport. $100 and Newton rates which go into effect Wednesday. I pound rates la the various xooes have
i KUMASHI Ashanti. April 13.-The said to be the first commercial air Trenham. $50.Everywhere April U.I .
'property sells his trees to outsiders we will soon have no trees I III' hot been changed. .
left" II I I I Prince of Wales today met the chiefsof line In the United States when "MaIden the endowment movement > I "So far as the rates on first-class Service charge of t cents In. stamps

the Ashanti at a grand palverafterhis Dearborn" hopped off this morn has spread it has met with a mall are concerned, the postmaster to be to
Captain Menge said he had .never realized what an 'asset arival here from Secondee. The ing with a cargo of mail and express hearty recePtion I know it will meet general said "there are no changes to postage has been package Imposed'iot'racn In: audItion

the trees were.to the city until a night last week when he was I The chiefs presented the prince witha destined for the Ford plant at with that same response in Florida. whatever except i in the case of private \parcel except those collerted

'returning home and he saw the moon rising behind the majestic gold duplicate of the Ashanti swordof Hegewisch near Chicago. President Coolidge ls chairman of mailing cards.; Including souvenir delivery<< routes. J J on) rural -
.specimen of, the Royal Palm. i[ state. .- .- -- ------ the national honorary eommtt! *-for post cards. The rates on second third Special habdllng charge of'29'

". i "It was one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen," I I the endowment fund and all members and fourth c: fs mail have been increased It' stamps, with the word. : eesaa

-: said the Captain. "I have been here for 44 years and I have sov' .or t : STIPES VISITS L'.' s. I .}'.\KM LAMM IVtMVlIil.STEAUY I t of his cabinet hav tadq ged.11.. Leading In certain ,..aUDceDIf" bm': HandUng written 0r printed Special osvth*

:: ',. watched these palms grow, and I know what the ,city looked XEW YORK. April IJ. Hugo' .tT.37 AX ACRE: men and women of, the country Inall this Incrsase:! is very'slight and w4l .vrapper. or by use of th. BfSspectilaadling ;

;: I like before the trees had reached their present'' magnificent Sllnnea, third son of the late lingo I| OTTAWA. April. IJ.-Occupied lines tadeavor are members 01 not work say hardship ell the maltIng J charge twellt.t..Bip.. !. a4I -

'U state. We should not allow another: palm to leave the city. In- i iStlnnes, German steel magnate wall! firm land in Canada showed no the national endowment fund com public. The excess revenue derived II I lit ion to postage and Z-jcettt; '''sefrlc

:, stead we should make every effort to preserve the trees we among arrivals on the liner Beren-i i fluctuation in 1924. remaining at mittee. front sn h source will enable barge, secares the same exPeditious
The five million dollar. fund rais (the post rtf'edepartment to '
A have. and plant new ones." garia; which docked Saturday with I an average value of $37 an acre m.e'l I I ladling. transportation aid delivery
the United its
I I" through States will beheld obligations
crU: at the same I
.; Both Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Edison are interested in (20 passengers. He said that his j according to the report of the : as a trust fund and the interest provide inrreas 4 compensation forts or parcels as though handled. asIrstclass
\ and back- : visit was merely a vacation Journey. Dominion Bureau of Statistics. The nail.Registered
the trees for Fort
f the movement to save Myers are I I lerived therefrom. amounting to approximately army oT f ii Mal employes." Mail
; i figures included improved and unimproved I : ldialijinusreiatry'ee I
Ing Captain.Menge\ in his program of tree preservation. The : $223ow annually, ,will Seme a! the rlv. axes (,a rates which increased from 10 'to
land as well as houses :
.-(, Edison home on McGregor boulevard is an example of the beau- I l'be divided equally in financing the.Legion's o into ef.'ect April 1$. follow: cats oa alt domestic&
barns and other farm bulldlngLDrltish mall
: ties that can be accomplished by growing tropical foliage in our A house inhabited by negroes on I 'the work among the orphans of Flrst-eUs mall: : Private mailing; Including that to Island possessions
Columbia registered .
I If I Victoria street burned Sunday morn- veterans and the disabled men. ard, faelcdlBs sravcBir cards,
home gardens. post of the Filled SUtes .'
nd 'aslose.
highest value of farmlands ,
Captain Menge is willing to give to those interested the I ing.. Th alarm was sounded at 2 Lm. I among average the provinces with Although the Legion has been carrying whether tearing written or printed For the preee't" th*.Increased
and the
work of Ore
name of the citizen who will purchase the trees rather than see department saved prompt the structure the from $96 an acre. Others ranged from 'I on its work among: disabled netter Increased from 1 cent each to rate does.not. ppI7 registered. nUll
veterans since the organization i cents each. The I
was present 1-cent
the city. poaal o Canada..Cuba. Mexico.
f them leave $53 an acre down to $24. : theRepaoic : -
I It total destruction. The cause of the _
t .... 0' 'ormed, there has been no definite as- cards will continue la ase. the Mew : ; of Panama or other foreign coua"t. '
J ore U unknown. '. (Contlnded oa Face 7) rate applying only to post cards other
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t t EAST :OutAANks'WEST i Spring Hats of Velvet Take On 'I Honolulu May Get I II' EUROPE OPENS DOORS i: come tons tl-itm home for.\mu the 4'a London who theatre summers to t;I,1 sells Netf", for iota'-2?fete s. wlllell Wdrl: or is Shlileipaare sbaat. tW i I:

Softer and Flattering Contours $2,000,000 Hotel >' : ----
wit of New York darin -
the limit \ I
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in WINNINg PENN NTSI 1 HC,tHnI'. April: U (Mini- tint WHEN TOURISTS KNOCK the. month of Slav. as well as In.Inc yes ft India" te MiMWk ettxetteat I
J"lv This is as true of
his 'mpdnwoull bark efforts t I' :- nd ,., \Vhn it. conies to beauty ate f
'abios"a of
H, lul' :1 i'id:: class colleg thes.' have It. i
imstruct a new hotel 1 in >m> t might; say eves
'XfiW 16kK. ApHl; n.-\\'beD'' It 1 to cost in the neighborhood 1 of $:!.UIII.i iIIHI I U :UUI.rll: 1 ; I 1',1\: .h .ii* !li"- expensive quarters --- ,
rotne to- winning hanehall pengantst r were aside ',\. \\'. P. Roth! general!: invading; summer sn inns. t finer; j f
the .utetI -Jna'' '.It'8he elites! hare a manager of tlu :Matson :.a\'ig"tin) tat loun-ts arr \f' irlier .nd earlier 111 lls U'Hth ..T li.: : l\Ks: ; You may,' read Roads of DJuWit ;;
y h rw \IIQ i .in to in' so. hut do not
decided! advantage over their distant (ompanx of San Francisco at a recent upi n tin ,slums of England: ; and 1
', ik it lor tour:M guide: l ook
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neighbor on the' western. swings: of1' luncheon attended liy businessmen tnec. Ome upon a tim th' "wave" MBit. Latviapril 1t:: Bor; .
the .111:0 e4r.cuits. of this city. f'f travellers did not reach its crest namkek. a f ar..-. r who sad hi his
In the National i League.'Boston b | I Hoth statements were made during until mid-Jul>. and after the war the attaired the! sac of 12-:+. and has proved COLDS ;
won Jhlrteea Oaell and...Nework' SI'! +tw I a discussion of forth-"oming passenger t traffic pot!: in full swing by mld-Jalle. his ap to the satisfaction of th' CHEST
ton twelve.,Chicago has taken ...Ievent.. traffic to Hawtii following the immediately the schools and collepe; Latvian government. has Item granted '- ner tbroat and chest '
with hot flannel cloth
E Brooklyn ,Ite. frtuburgh' four. phlla-j -,aWrunWt' completion of the Matson express were out This rear there are indications a pension by the ftavernnu'nt! 'that ftt
..f'lp\14. 'jwo .an<( Cincinnati 'one St.1 j a t t tt liner Malolo. now under constructionin that almost as many Americans he may be freed from labor the r-t" j
LouU hast to score in the pennant 1 :New York at a COM of about $?.- will disembark with their jc ide-hooks of bin days. VICKSVAPaFWD
'jOIutnatA'hA'Old: Baltimore cllib} wen I 'IKH).ortit, at European ports, in :May as used to I IOree !
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Ihrep ctAmes.I : .white Providence f landed I t 1- k x yp I It was pointed out at the luncheon come in June l r M/lien J.e.U..I 1. r_
{ t I I "RiCraps from Little Gar i>'n-
In first place twlce But those champkmships hark back Hawaiian Inlands; during the past Yl'arI I at the prospect of the tourists takingan :: is, a nice book to read to .your littui'' l'I\'TIm\c: ; : ;

so far that most Tans have forgotten t hn greatly increased and that the early start. For there are always and radishes and I
them. -, -, t I additional influx which will inevitably I II .nl'ugh passengers eastward in Juno 'rn In nnUIJI. \

Honors in the American t League are I |I come with the completion of increased I and July to fill every cabin t" eapat-. :Mrs Sanger; birth controlirt. si.,.xdestruction U. 1'1 rill.. j jlt
more evenly divided. Philadelphia and passenger accommodations will It,.. This year all the companus rp- ahead| of us. \%', would
g' Boston'lead with six ,flags each. Chi- I II tall for more hotel ipaoehen the pert heavy :xmkings for :M.i\'. anti one Ilk 'lo see ;< baby nuk ;i Lou 'it Mr. : ::: TnflrJluut'llt 1st. Fort )icrsi

rag*: U.Ihtrd'witk tin; Detroit and, I I proposed hotel is built, at least$10t .- : has announced for the l benefit i 01 Bri ,inger.

1. :New York, tare-.taken.three.each, andtiashingtbn I I., OlHHMt:/ will have been spent within ; --- --- --- I II
\ meet the demand of travel -
and Cleveland hare fintsbed -| I r two years to .
first onc<.: 1 I interest in Hawaii "

>'J.f're. are' the pennant records! : I I :-.., t .. ',- .
;;: :1: : National I.eaftne.' I Kt\J .. ts .lllsiONTIM. rsKOMI : ... .,-fy KbClii i kilSSSi;; FCC\ .'*_ L./J3\ Si ItSUl 3s-1 j, 3. : :.- l. .

*;, Boston-4872. "73, *74. T5, *?7, *78, : T\\ I\I: :>II1IO\/ I Gun Leased With j ji 1
I and Besfruciisn from
S; .J ,'9Z..W.98.. 1814 a
'.riew' York-1888. '89, 1904. '05. '11,I TOPrK. \prill3-Stateanl.
'1213.: '17. '.'%1. '22. '23. '24. i municipal securities will IK taxable FE JOLE
: =1r.1.- '80 '8:. 't* '86. zap : IINTERGREEII I
t ci br.cag 81. 1 ; in Kansas next year. .V protracted
180607.: -o8'lo'is. I i argument; between the two houses .f i r ,
i>:nr okijni: 1890.- *99.;" 1900.() '16 '20. t the state legislature his lM*n settle! I
trPlllaburgh-1911, '0%. 03. '09* I'Philadelpbla.1871 I U + ..., "rl 2 ,.. 1
: Importance of velvet in I!lof its flexibility "ay be pulled in" hv the passage: of a bill rendering: : % 'r :
,{ l 1915. riTE modes for hprtnif shajw and adapted to the feature- I' taxable bond issue subsequent to i ;: i< j I II
.:. Innate-1911.! --fF1f
ecomesi more definitely <-atat.U'shed of the individual wearer An ejibrolderrd March 1. 1921.Hereafter : ,
djBaltimore ,94. ::9$01 '!96. as the season advancesau scroll design, outlin'H: Federal bonds alone will -.r.: '
i"Providence! : ; 18t9.: '84.trelt1.8sr : its softening effect is recog-- with metal thread constitutes' an I l he tax free in Kansas! and any other / =-==--- ." :: 1i ) I
..., nb:J by leading milliners who" rmV effective decoration which does notdisturb i I
: this _
bond issue dated :Jrt..rIart'h: 1 / i iI
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:'t American Lea \e 1411'VVs I.
: i 'ev.1ence of greater appreciationof line year will go: on the tax rolls :March: !

\14.. 1'hlladelPbin:; :,:i-l: ="...O2. .,,05., '10, '11. 'U. ,qu:titties.Its flattering and becoming In hats every the Important small close collection: turlrroccupies ->:t tnew I 1t2G.! ----- I: !'bterGreen Fenole plays havoc with insects of all nationalities. Flies, mosqui- 1

Boston-1; ?: '04. '1':. 'IZ. "16, '18. .\ group of hats that reveal the : a conspicuous place ".n.l I roaches ants moths fleas chicken lice and mites; also flies on animals.
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fb 1I1"1.tIIS( : Mill. IIONOU
t hrC.IO--: tij.o! I. 0 c. 17. 19f :h!f, possibilities of velvet as a a tilling exponent of the rogue for
:;New,York-19212223: *, ,i a; imc-r fabric Include four din.Unctly models of this type is ehonn! In a I ACED:. t iiii fits: HI Til .IMS(; :;:;::ole Is the Best !Inse&liside! on f the: Market Regardless of Prica
",Oetrpft.$672:,', '09. I different In type. each one tiny turban cleverly Jrai"d anj I'
"t1 9ehlhgtdn-124.< ->oww lnc( marked indi\IJuallty embroidered In a deMiSi the colors TOKIO April H.-Tho silver vu-d ':onable! in price and guaranteed lo t produce results :s gcod; cr better than
:(Mefeland!:1920: I The small close hat with its roll- of which were Inspired by the ling!;' anniversary of the imperial ccm reliable dealers for sixteen
....q 4 *- has the little rounded crown seen of rose colored velvet
elaborate official celebration i j jI tI
oc many of the latest models. This massed to form a facing, on & hat of an Fenole the years.
I I j IB
iWifl{ STUDY 'Is embroidered in a design work- designed for a young girl Is a fashion I
M Mtt H! out In chenille so that bits of note of mono than passing In- I Some :200 public men and membersof I : sal llae label FLORIDA>* BOOSTERS BUY FLORIDA PRODUCTS!
:he velvet foundation show between :' teresl and is concrete evidence that the diplomatic corps will be entertained z. Never told
t the motifs. the touch of velvet gives an accent at banquet. and 300IW men Half GaL $1.65
a '"I in bottles or IPints 35c
)RV@I PROaLEMS Quite as interesting in a differ- which contributes greatly to the I ,
and women above the age: of SO will :Jc.: It's :" Qaarts.Sl.OO
rnt way, Is the hat with an upui"n.cd -i i chic and charm of the modes of be presented with silver cups or other ecoa- Pints . .6S c Gallon $3.00 .
tt brim of that because i i Spring I 7 to bay the
'tf.I. i IIw,3CNlCAOO J--- t velvet I royal souvenirs. Two hundred young l!; t Extra.
? ----- Hand
-cr: I+zu. Small Mouth Sprayers FREE-Large Sprayers
k']A1iril IS. '* Summer I women and an equal number of men I f :
1M ttfealingJpartlcuUrly with the Davis Islands Sold Out Records I selected bv the officials of the various
i-Mr"| lUloUS& )>rohlemi will be held ; I provinces as most exemplary in all None Better at Any Price. Why Pay More?.. J\qL\ !

j( {Ll eight uairersity or Broken In Development and SalesAll ways also will be presented with ..:-,.. .-
I ..' eJlti: t1ii1' the j -' : ONLY BY ..I't--;
;: year ender ji gifts The capital is organizing!: a superb MANUFACTURED r
irontLthe l 'natlonil council of i lantern parade and festival. I =%

ip5tK6ltjOtlAj'-tliurch( ; : :according to .. Sold out! red with me in my belief and knowledge 'ass, OLE CHEMICAL CO PANY f i
a AnpunCement\ .received here. .\0 more property on Davis Islands.]I of the golden future of Davis Islands The beautiful spring bonnets are 1

f: djnoiitltiatian| ( heretofore has Tampa's $30000000 development in :, both as a home place and ID'Vestmeot. selling at top prices. f
i -.its conference'at the ..,..%.*...tr. ('* _.* .. :A I lcrAran.. '
eatt a
> the bay. will be offered for sale until is gratifying indeed In expressing }**"* fc ** *, > I;
wjffOtVlMonatn. This umfieseVaidlUonAl next Pall: this appreciation I want also A check book is veryinteresting. 11 ESTABLISHED: ; 1C- I;

\ rA '" ,! l-schools will be This announcement by D. P. Davis, to extend my congratulations to all Picture the pathos in those words ,. .- 'il"eo '- ::- : ....,... --. .- I; L t
i: president of the D. P. Davis Properties who have bought this property. I "For bootlegger!!: -$40."
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.t,I ieil< Ciiit'r AflyltlhACa.or\n' ] !.. late Saturday afternoon marked want to congratulate them on their -
Jf'li 17l i' .' the close of the most spectacularsales i business sagacity.-their shrewdnessfor r
Vtt! 'ral: Pa8lgrsSchool. | l. Estes park.1 campaign in the history of Tam-I, I believe they possess In Davis ,

c"M1i4.Zitly'1515.l : .. pa and! Florida real estate-a cam i Islands. property an investment that
rW asUrJ! 'Theoloiical paign that bas established new world [ for Immediate return and future for-
Wt tlbter'a'a! :; eti6,17';;: development -; is second In the
records_ for realty selling and tune-making to none
t tilhratif *Wisconsin.: ,Madison I and which has brought to i,I' country."
J il b 3b-Jn1E; :, '. ctr Tampa many hundreds of thousand :I Progress in development work on Consider Facts I
it tl 'dtti; 'l'l d1bit 1011';Seminary, Au- dollars worth of publicity during the: Davis Islands has broken all recordsfor .
i$4Fdet'ta auty.1;2J.''': past six months I I a similar project in the United I

'l'.1all1htt."A&TiM1Uiral Collefee.. East. .1 Sales have exceeded S9.000.000 since' States Edward T. Owens executive .
t tllU, -J'it-,1WO. '. the property*was first placed on the f'oglnl'er'declared Saturday "Just six I
't,MI&';Stale et'ul4rsity{ .;tolambns.Slile16IU1p market on:October: 4th of last year, I months ago Davis Islands consistedof "
.Z.io- a ". It was announced last night by I only a small island in the bay and If/ you are one of the many Fort Myers people who
frltlnsaBrA. < itlraflCbltege' Man- Charles II. Davis sales manager. Of 1 what was then known as Rig Island
naiUh.l ;. jilyT7-l H. _* ...... this total $2711780 worth of Davis.I Today scores of acres of land have
,1'h rtbrs 1( kl 4wit)..rural flociol-. Islands property was sold the first "' been raised to a height two and one I are planning to buy in Russell Park
hit;.f,1.4tthoblicehomhnnnitysurtMYttalltbletl. ten'hours and buyers stood in line far half feet higher than the mainland .1
: ; :.:'rheyar9'Jnterded ,forty hours to get first selection of along the Rayshore Iloulevard :Magnificient I I we have for 11
';M};. b1ftmi.Ry lt4td@tahtprteereetlnn! .lots Almost as spectacular have been I boulevards have been paved a message you
UUi1b1d.y '.V-"f", 1 the sales of each succeeding units, throughout the first few sections a
'1=j\ 'HPef; '
:' closing with the Country' Club $exion beautiful Tennis Club and championship .-
.l ;.Mit..A. At +oa 193o the last to be' sold this season. Sales courts have been built, a mag- DON'T PUT OFF YOUR PURCHASEYou :
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\ ';' In this last unit. Mr Davis said haveexceeded i nificient Administration Building; Is
} :bht1l Wv 1 )1i1)I2) = :; Interna $2.500000. The last lot was now occupied by the company and a
bi11'2P: fpnil211 belieidfn i : Brus- sold late Saturday afternoon I score of homes are completed or ender have until April 18 to acquire a Russell Park homesite at ;
W Jb1U1I t'ezlt' {rU a tBe centenary, : In expressing his appreciation for I I! construction .
ttfdl*'til4 eri fce..: So far : the support and endorsement given i With the giant dredges now at work the remarkably l low pre-development prices. On that date the ,
7wxIo.odoe It .dr' tjie! 5,000,000 i the entire Davis Islands project from'I throwing up thousands of cubic yardsof
jf"'1 !. ,,: !:p tHd Its, Inception D. P. Davis last night I sand each day. development work first unit of Russell Park comes off the market and the succeed-
i Issued .the following statement !| is progressing at a speed which is -
:: a 1 dt1 i "I want to thank the people of i I; establishing new records for this ing' units will he sold at greatly increased prices.
: Tampa. of I the state of Florida and work. :Mr. Owens said. "DavU IslandsIs
R'r I1') ,. !of.the entire nition for the generous' now taking"" form ai Florlda's most
lt .'.i ;j 1.J : .; l...e (response that *as been accorded the picturesque development and hun 4 .." LOOK AT THESE I
.... USIJ '"U- J nale. of Davis Islands property. That dreds4! cf beauty spots\ are .vr.-. -.;
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.; 't'ii f'h't. t:(;...... .;. ., the:public has BO thoroughly concur up throughout the property ,
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..! :' Y1.E; tJF tf. Improvements Terms Maintenance '

{f> f Florida, Sanitariumere = Hard sur fa c e d One-fifth down and Russell Park will .'

streets- SewerWathe balance in '
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ter- SidewalkElecsemi annual pay -

p, TrAW/i I but this beauty will be ,
jt, triclty'- street hghtments over a period

.p; .. maintained at our ex-
Ing acres of parks of two .
'lr years, or a very ;

and beautiful bouie" monthly pense for a period of IU If
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..- ;\ :one receives the !service of.a first class hotel, .the quiet, the e

',tmfcftent-nrf care:of a first class'hospital l, and can also enjoy the beauty =I! 18 Leon Building! Phone 499-2 I II'
S r Mt.the sports of a pleasure resort. The cut.is of one of the older build- _1 .

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Building Construction

i\\ and r 11 FASHIONS i- ci- DeluxeHomeward copy for advertisements for the Fort; Myers\ Daily I

RepairingSEE r 4 Press should h! in he office not later than ten o'clock on Mondays -

El &? FOIBLES Tuesdays I. Wednesdays( Fridays and Saturdays. For
t tby Thursday' paper it should be in the office not later tJt I\. --

8 o'clock in the morning and preferably on Wednesday eveKing. ENT3

The Fort Myers Build- [ Shirley Sharon I'I 11 li f! rra Copy coming in later than these hours can only be ac-. -

ing and Real Estate I 'I ceptcd subject to possible insertion on the following days. I ID


Room: 17 Leon linlMhr.'jhjE.'M. :

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,, I! I FOR SALE -
; ru11 : Coleman | Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish Bungalow E
.. UoolkeepJpg and Ac- D
I "i t '. 'l'ountingfOLO 1 Tiled Bath. Oak Floors, Cedar Lined Closets, s .

Telephone 170 I\I, HOTEL p. o.: Box S33:: I Bound on, i Garage Etc.-as near perfect as possible. :fSeNs

fort Myers. Florida! Ii Ii i 1 Royal Palm Park. Come in and let us show --

I = Suiall down terms.
you- payment easy
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r J1 Pj'ioridan 1 SEMINOLE I REALTY CO., Inc., : -<
W. V. SmithwickAttorney i : !
i / 230-1st Street ; .

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Room :3 Mms BnllJIni lie luxe 'Florida Train '- i'
I 1 I Fort )Iyers, Florida :..E ::2t: ; at +1'-' tat!! Kiiiid: No. :2 j just across river at Olga f .

T Chicago -St Louis $lo5.to;;; 1 jor atro. iiootl; tt-rnis. .
"' II Lot in Pear: park KXxl43) ; price 7500.00: 1-4 cash Iri. !.

1 Ii I F Al The Floridart caters especially to those who demand balance :In f-c and two years.Lartf 111* .Y. .-
Land ;
For Sale ini i the utmost in aver comfort and convenience. The h.'::>e on Woodford Avenue, double lot, this ill elt ... ; ,

i IONAly -. j Ii many special teaturo incorporated in this solid is a (bargain: -xceptional: good terms, better investi '*>r i

Pullman steeE train the result of of gate. :I '
i arc years study *
lot the
t Shawcross & Garmon ; Beautiful e lot in poinciana park next to at
ltr-rtd pic-, fiat the 'tick" be. of high-class trove'requirements.. Observation, river just off McGregor Boulevard. The price will convince t idy ,;>;
J i Pjlhlan Itnildln toftd of yoMtki&.siaflfJrocki rut I 4 club and dining cars. Valet and maid service. : you this is a good buy. t ts' "y
I Two lots the Lee boulevard close in
large on county IC
en narrow sW.'li" but break- l. Fart Yvrn J.gpc. 'I.
iralm.Lee Park ha 13..n."e i'OU.i n'. 85000. Terms. /
.an foot
eighty err out in the new movement the I J Ar tL..c',. 1
f boulevard: parted In the renter I ;,' ; Ct'rteo 12.150 i.jfl pi. Two lots in Belleview at a bargain 50 by 150 feet .
I 'with Royal Palms reaching from Meflreor ;01 '. I price $500. each. Good Terms. it...
; boulevard to the Tamlimi i in luna district off McGregor\
Twenty acres just
QCITF c'jaractrtisHr. of the Spring styles S -i
:TraIL -to-ti. I i ithi' Iru.Lw';.. ie: p. to the Barrow *UIMiicUc qlteSeminoleFlorida's Boulevard wanted to sell or swap for house in the City. .
I 4inj. cjpsc-fiums;: I hip but flamm. what have )00.' i r {
.>rc nf.ltis ai the knee Inverted plaits 4 house on Royal Palm Ave. four bed-rooms and two '
DR. W. n. GRACE arc .>n*"uajr ot arriving at the new freedom popular all-year ti"ain- 'pica11llinois Ceo, sleeping porches up stairs, can be made into a wonderful '

.' Office Physician 15-16 Earnhardt and Surgeon : Sj>ft twi'U.' cashWre dress gnud, i,.. teal service tlrrou hotir-on time arrivals.: PuHman,, apartment htnifi' Priced; right with good terms. t e
and mud ''
House 147 Woodford Ae. crepe crease sniarlly. Kasha I 4 observation and dining cars. We have .-nal! nice house in East Fort Myers i "
and ii:;ht-aci-t.t; Connrl: are to be had in ;
Telephone S2-Office's rings cklixhtful i; :! shaJrs of rose madonna lfue. i lv. Fitky.'; -. SJSam. ranging in! price} from $:?.:.;on to $3,500 with the Best of J it 1 1r '

House 3 rinzsTalmLee mCudowgrcen, mustard an Dark blue in heavy silk crepe is very gay 11 / A. Ch! ca.a s'n" w. '
I with wax; : red for the buttons an.| Lutv.iI I I CITY REALTY CO. 1 :'
park lias hnrd-xariared For iafomation. td d fsscr r toiler eaI! es or write ;
hole 1 ,
binding collar,etc. Bronze satin is 6))
Streets fire foot cement sidewalks I with I C. D. CLARK. Corm; rcilll AitJIO L R VA'-CHN rn.e+inq pa'+rngee As+eti ;-si
smart amber buttons and11! ''JCI"I ( l
-,electric' lights and water OP. 't'fT'' i 'i '.tovall 3L''dinc it0 Crnt :i A"n r t'1r'e Drug Co 1 Under: Central Hotel-Phone 479. .... f
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colored silk crtpe for collar! and bindings.To ; ,, TAMPA F.A t'r' RSC'Rf FLAS
homeslte _' 10-tfe. 1
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Or. Geo.'Masjrana
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VETERINARIANFrench I II : /O1Ctiiii ;

and American Graduate I t j Baltimore Fort Myers 1 \ .- .,'-"I

Rabies Vaccination: ; '. ;i:
Tabs Furnished I I ,
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34 years practice _._ >.
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; 810 .Anderson Ave., $ == Carrying out its established policy of. giving Fort: 5 T' ,
ralm-I.re) !1'1
\ fart a one snared and
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I i 1 I eighty! acre citrus! groTe turned into = Myers and surrounding territory the broadest possible ifs .
A. I* White MAURICE ATRERS III I ;1 beautiful bomesrtcs.10tfc.. R 'II
t water service the
I James C. Pinney 3 ))3 transportation -"
!I LEE COUNTY ENGINEERING CO..Gv1L' ',, ,I-- .n _.__._ __ ---- ; a day FL >.;; 1'
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: and Structural Engin.eraConsulting p I i* *r | Sf I 'j-
Knglnerrs on Dr ln-g I _
_ Way '
Bridge and -Strurtnrat -Work n-l eD .. i tF
Palm Line I
l Fort. afyera. Ftarlda- I I II EXCURSIONSDaily .- -JI. to'J- f Royal F t;; ,*r.li >--

CusJiioiis Charm as Well a'* Comfort :, -
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I Palm-Lee Park has eight hundred .
"yV nOOK of ,
beantlfnl hom slt s.I = Announces of Regular All-Water if .
l Inauguration
the touch, a loaf or bread" Except Sunday ..
Chicago "
I! And'so on. might be translated la ; r
lllllllllltlllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllltlill.il' ;!! terms of t'he moderns as "A nw : to the Gulf c Freight service between Baltimore and Fort ilyera via. H: rt '.: :
book a (*>]r.of candy a background ; I t
"BuiIdWith. j t
i l | Brick ,of fluffy, painty cushions-and i On Steamer DIXIELeaves f St.Louis = Tampa in connecticn with steamers of 5.f '. ,
tt'o' :::-
the girl of today Is prettily posNl.1 i i
i | J. C. McDonald\' 1 'ready for the arrival of any 'mas- t-- i _'..
cullne caller

1 f( E= General Blcllayer :Hss Hand or There more'comfortable are few more backgrounds Catterlnp 8:00 a.m.; return C:00 p.n. over the Scenic DIXIE FLYER-Iiistorc: ROIL f Bull Steamship Line: |I' t .. .-.

; Contractor t h:11Nl1o..s.: saucy 'or gay: or In I Four boars on !Sanlbel Beach L.. Ft MrM-.C U. Is'I3. rw..
t = .. ,. .
= soft pastel shades. When they begin L L.krl.ndA.C L. tt'> *.'c" *' -
9. = Bound trip to Sanibcl $L50EonnJ : L. kionvir.c.!: A.C.U. e- 5pluU ,
E Brick and TUe Bungalows :5 to droop. 'look somewhat weary Afunsa. N <:. -Jw :M.< 1. t-Wa.m. >..i.t .
and become soiled. 'Just take the A "..Ch.tt.r'-j5,N.C. a Specialty to CapUm, $'i25 .
trip .
5' __ jf-,
covers off. and wash them one at f< E a time in warm water and suds 'Cry;;; 0'C".C J: E I. 'R s .., | APPLICATION | :.y t : -
;r JVhy not build substantially = I .ttCharyi '
made from dissolving six cakes of I ofC-t:: J.eksus.+ne.0SieL.r.ry ; : !
= Box: 837-Fort MIfre, Ivory soap with one-half cupful Fishing Bathing -. Car-hekwaritle tCMcie i =- i ..tRrr
of salt added for each pall of water. t .e I..L.o"-""C--lnbon.m.t"CM .ca ":
: niniimiimmmiiiiimiiipiiiiiimiimniil'almLee! Do not rub the soap 'on'the cover. Fine Sea Shells Cmp. r-..ncrt-Lt.w.tta-Room. C.r--l.e..onvlte .. .
:! Jr.CMcsen.Csmpertmeat Fort I: ,,-
washing the
t .. Park hat! already interested as easily and In thoroughly.suds will' cjeanseIt Rinse 1.e-s.- awfne'RoomsatOpet&e-. I I Myers Steamship Company i \1 :- -

,. over one hundred Fort 3Iyers In several clear'waters.. When i information rail at 4C; DC;, ., ': '
For jks : .
!' people who hate purchased hone bait dry Iron on >the wrong side i, "Loois., Jjckon.11.0 Evoukvftlc.DISIC .. '
sites !..IO.tt.t with the cover taM on a pad. City( Dock or Phone 1S: LIMITED | Tri-weekly Freight and Passenger Service between = fit?
M1'O7E-Oki ...<1,., attain trtt es L .. % -.
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1 ntfrtant hcvUt: ..'f/...c,aVtrl ,f Step 1 L..F. Wren. A. C.U .- eel i'nLv. .... TAIP.SAIXT: PETERSBURG 1\IYERs I
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Including __LPIbpJA, ://t '.
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$ i. inc a1eo. 3. n. Win I 'k te.the following. for rent: r.OI'o....'>.C..a'e I .... -... I \

I South East of bon n.u Crossing r. I E One store'room East Fort flyers, on Lee County Boulevard Dc iCbo_" ,.,e'!!,"R"o." Carmet..'...d Open].cfe.Scrtio onvillr.! Slcr.tca :I IC I I 1 IUnftlttliniIUQ3tSU111tulgllnnlu. ...

i :: at $25OO'per month. -r.--Srasdta to St.vra LAoH.Tarsp. ta ChdOoJ.L"onvm" 'I 5"

= One 5 room,'modern cottage Allen St. East Fort Myers, :: C", rr..tea4AI.wy-SertlosStptsrCar- I .. t"# : .
I Jarks.nrttl..toChtcatoC !:: :
:: 35.00: per month. 'Will be vacant April 20th. ,wp.rtment.Ur.wtngRoeatasd0pesS.wtlon.SIe.pIAj, t it
I'G, A. LQNGBRAKE, M. D. :: One Ten room house. Clifford St. Suitable for boardingand :::i a"chu-Jad.or.vinrt.Chteak'Ctr-Jacksoavtn.toCptt.C. o. I : /.
a Clean and Safe Ice .
office rooming housetWALTER : C'acb Section of the Dixie n'erUaiuuliy !I I ", '
i Temporary ,,, ._. .. i
I vur. Jo\" 'n "" R 13 t>.m. .r. C:1;:>
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897 2nd. $t. 1 t- : L .J CIne "' '' a. Uw .. .
at residence, ,, R. KAUNE .', .._ the I'u": ns.t t', rte-.. '
Hours: 11-12-2-4, Go.U Uiaia{ CAT f Jtice c* i. ;
Realtor !, AU Three TrainsF..trcpi.twr.semti.si.

Room 5 & G .Langford llJdg. ; mftrmetiem ffflj,.rtfmnutnt,f.rtl.sl.M.fATLANWC = When you put ice in 'a ; *i ,,

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LW.Tramline; rfmtrr Ajr"J i5 or upon any =

i. 1111111111111111111 1,1 1 11,11 II"!Ill, I 1 I I I lilt III 1 iiiiliiillliiiiiiiiiilllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiPI -1 I I, O :3IH THE S'....OKIE.l!y'dt.:;; FLYER.T<'t-Dh Rout...3274: *-- I your: foods you want.to, .
i. I l' t : 4t .t. r ..... A.R'-cr:: sins.Florida Pmmeater A'cat be sure' of ''its'purit g ti
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::1 : .C'. 313 Gr h Bld! .Te{e p..25Z9.
'. I 5-Room Furnished House f fi I > '
GRADY FITS GLASSES :1 ; .JAOtS01'l'1U.E.ORIDA I JTour health. demands, l s 4, "
mu. c1e Leon j ti ; *" *' '
:: .f: ol such .
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i l ..- New;' fire place' large lot, good neighborhood =:; I\h -- ,. -. precautions.( ; .

1 fcOYAL PALM PARK I ,1 East Fort Myers. $3,000.00. $750.00 i iI :i :rr l""' 1rh.i w"i ,; \On.-\: f3' : : : ,.t.? You .willfihd; .durs,.un-, ::

r! Borderthe Caloosahatchee: cash, Balance like rent. This: i is a snap.( \.: ; '" : t 4 $. .! ?-t .J r. f ,-f'usually elcan'free '''from 5t f.- '- -

:" River. All Water front privilege ;;. -tfd. = tJ t i. L/.+ ",sedirhehtandimpuritiea.lyW 1 '. ; S raw. ".:-
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reserved for owners. SEMINOLE\ REALTY CO.Inc ;2' r%
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; ?he CIXmE ROUTE \\g '.- ; f.t'" ;. Our prices are r 41. : _
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FORT Jewelers annuuuun 1 I llliiuuulpuunuuminunfuuuncuuuuuunlnunuuuulnnmulalt, I I r I Iit 1IIIIIIIIilltlUtllUllm! UI!11111 i mi 111U1I::UUUJUII !,!1I.lUUllhill. l .'! 011llllllllllllhi t service' prompt and tog- fTHea& ,

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' ;' Optometrist and Mfg. Optician I. = : = **> =-'
;;:- _:f (Eyes ,tested. Glasses flUe 1.,E Streets' Walks 1 Bargains in /Suburban Homes =1:1- 1- d
= Fort )Myers.
'y; [ 1Z29 First Bt =
Lee Construction Co. rg 5 Roomed Furnished HoaSe.: Garage chicken house, out IE .4' a
== house, fruit trees, fine ''shrubbery-large grounds-only L :
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:; RaymOnd- i a 308 Pythian: Bldg. = :SV* miles from Fort MyJbs on Lee County Boulevard.! Low

The;BOAT BUILDING Ways ; ';/ Fort Myers\ .. 'r price Ea terms L'/ .... l II S Southern UtilitieS cot I *;K i". .

a, BEr.1IRI"e Cite iiI'../..,*ALL SenlceP KINDS :: : Let Us Figure Seminolqf:'Realty Co., Inc.. .... .

f r : JarfBe ScI'I'IIe-: and Ma.-rue'? 'toe't | Curbs Floors :301st Street. = J. L sIYES. Sauru. =R
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THE FORT MYERS\ PRESS grudges, coupled with those who use official position -! JACK SPRATT COULD EAT NO FAT YOU SAY IT I COMING EVENTS

mud Da&y':..xept SIm4a .) at tb. Prow BoUdlnc. Ill Jackson to feather their nests through the expenditure ,
Str et., Fort Myers.: Florida. : of the people's money is a most dangerous j i. '
Owned By foe. and when they get control of a town or its : Nodal, \pm.. '!
THE FORT MYERS PREss, Incorporated community welfare few apparently have the -' I The Ladies: of Saint. Xa Tiew *Ctt'.ielic the-
l Church will give a darnel a
MOMS .J:. ,HOSE Publisher and General Xanag y nerve to raise a hand in opposition but would _to ". .Community Hall Monday Anill 15th.f .

linseed u, 8eoend claa mall matter Starch. 14. Mil la the rather let them go the limit. They work hand I ; .
stet evils at Fort Myers: l"Iorida. under the Act of Marsh a. 1ST*, in hand with the newspeper circulation liar and t ; Tuesday Feurteeath

foonded U a weekly newspaper on Novmber 22. 1814 and U professional: pap sucker and only their own rope .1 i,, The Alva Minstrels under tile aIlS-
a dally on March U. Mil.MZXBEB will hang them. I f,i lIkes f' '". American Legion will be

OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,Ir< i ,n (,. ;\., roDe auditorium. .

Aseod.ted Pre_ u .xeh18lnlJ'' entitled to the DM for i I
hpnTh. of "A,1"1" a"1***. credited to It or' not othe iI : Bring
Rabbits to
.C.hWsd1t. Ia newspaper and also_ the local new publ GOOD IDEAS I I ij iI I

of republication of .P cuU dispatch.. hernia are I : SR skatchewan Wealth
{ '" Why not pedestrian week along with paint { .
;,. ; ; 'U Lee BITES up week and others. The motorist could observe j j VE l.tWt>-V.: A>..ril 13.-Ho-

s rand Hendry Cooler Coantles Charlotte lotte Outside and Lee.Hendrr Collier Counties Char it by. running over as few pedestrians as possible, I I led Tirh. n t'.'lta.r-u.'n 1 : Of wthi** r .
i On. Month ; .to One Month which would doubt be I! : inn
'fhree Month a Ltl I Three t .IS no appreciateed by the pe-I 3 urted: >nhB5: *
? B Iz Months _______ 1.25 Six Month Month________ i I.74 U destrians.-Times-Uniori. {I 1'i :-1''w- ctr! of farming, the
t ; I OB Tear 440SOSCRrPTICH One Tear I.IiO I Then we would have a driver's week during i : { -t"; r ,'ta:!; i r.iiiMts, for the

\ Tb.' W..IJ' Fort Myers: Press One Year UO which pedestrians could reciprocate by giving ;I, i II! t. ...-
The Weekly Fort avers I i
PftM Six and
Months mall
( --tl.u th 'drivers of cars a chance to drive an occasional': I :,1 : ( :r
block without killing their engines in order to1 : I II ,:-..1! -.' ,-it ;t''1.. ze of sqnirb -
; SUSTAINING_ MEMBER avoid ": '; ;i. 'i-;: b- :. ir...:: J :.5: to $1).
killing jay-walkers. This would be 2d
1 .
.4 appre-j\ from $111.'J '*.-
Pt i T.r:: i ur ;r1- -
ciated by the driver L /
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Thrrjbits ar-
I -Se ..' inr.; : ::v :i.' !H la: t>(> eastern
1925 1925 i : ":. \-i: t i \' t-ttains. in
H ASSOCIATION .MUCH: IS EXPECTED I I '. ru, .-ni; i'. Tiw-y :are
1.11 r; ,. '. --'Ud' make
.Saber Soathera Sews Pa.p.r P-bUshm's! Association. ( ? '- ; tD; it ./ j' '-. r 1 ,," OW i" -n--.; i:. th' ,umun-i; especial-
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Member Florida Press Association. : : :,; "t.n
c' Member Florida Associated DaCJes From an extended editorial on legislatures' 'I J "" ; j I t-: amt! 1"". 't. m "Id, : weather.
Member South Florida Press Association. past: and present in the Tampa Times we clip .f' 1 -- --- --- -"

,- the following regarding the body of law maker i -'V I ,.' '; !<--v;: !! r. \\ n \1''aBed 1
now in !session: !' :: -; %11 ,
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Monday Afternoon, April 13, 1925 i iy
If this legislature to what is ;
i I measures up ; r- '.n n'II'.t:: ; onoasrh:!:
--4 predicted of it and demonstrates that it is a ,Li - -- -
Florida legislature it will have rendered '
a patriotic Yank
public service. No law can work to the good :
; '. t The Best Gift:-Silver and gold '
crr 'of Florida which is not conceived and enacted -
} mR
have I none; but such as I have give I I :7 i
1 in absolute fairness to all of Florida. '
thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of portions ; : I I f j jI
Despite of laws there : M-
Nazereth i our multiplicity are a
rise up and walk. Acts 3: 6. I -
( number of other statutes which need to be en- "

? j acted. The governor will suggest some of these'Iin .. .
,r his message; various state officers will put ( -.
-. them forward in their reports and recommendations : -- ----
r t. j I JL: hD4IDg and Lou Association.r -
; the newspapers of Florida may be relied j-J-\:
( A Water Softenla Plant for Municipal Water 4
', upon to point out others. It may be that from .tll I saw
; Sytdeq time to time we will have suggestions to make! .. "......... : ofI1r...., ) 4.. J.f J.
Water .Front er Island Park and Municipal AndlUriiB. > urselves. \ e \ }
i Most likely we will. ..
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Still we would impress upon the members ofthe I I .
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River Front Boulevard. I legislature that after all, the surest record' ,
\ Free Bridge to Crescent Ruc'etper' of: the good accomplished by a body of its character [ CROSS WORD PUZZLEThis I"!36. Second note In scale. I ,,
River Chaaael to Provide Entrance for is to'!' 41. Some. ;I///fIF.:
more frequently found in what it refused
Oeeaa .iKv: for .>lf"rs. Several ;! 42. Money paid to the "pro." I t. t
;c Going Tessels.Completion do than what it did. c-fo""worl 1 puu:! j K d isned: e-p'1 : K.
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of Lee Connrj's System of Beads.Completion terms familiar to th.mi! (. t th-: links! will:: h.t i.-it! 'i i hr. The sketch will 43. To retire or receti'!
f Whatever may be done we trust that it may i45.I i Played on ground instead of'I ,
of Tamlaml Trail help. _
and Fort
Myers be for the good of Florida. If so it will be at oncea }1 I lofting ball.i .
Palm Beach Highway.Beantlflcatlon matter upon which the state is to be congratulated -I !' e 7 ti i i 46. Vpon. ,1
_,, of Highways Including Planting of I : .. .
: and of which the children of the legislatorsmay j I AS. To sin.
'..', .tJ Coeoajint Palms along Tamlaml Trail Clear across be proud even to the third and fourth to S 11 i; .",'1. Tree with tough wood. ..,
'" Loo County and Ceatlnalng of Royal Palms along erations. gen- ,i [' '-. To thrust. ;
:. Mcdregor Boulevard' to Punta Bassa. ii iI i 2 I !4, s s. ,% dto :: :;t. To dine. ; ':.
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Ball Boad U East Coast I Period. J roz.N.Fa-&<7. ''w..w" >1.v. ""
t st 'S7.' Part of verb to be. J Robert Muffler's father came from
LEGISLATIVE HIGHWAY OPPORTUNITY j i ;,s. Toe sick. Germany in 19s. His mother came.
NO-FREEDOM: LIKE UNITED STATES i I I I from Hungary in 1X>7 Now Rraer1
By Ora E. Chapin i I I II is known as Philadelphia's e '
1 1'- Ett i The bank book continues to .be our i typical American boy" to g1n.....
:An anti-Bolshevist meeting was held in New I! + !1 Great American :Novel.I i iI gn.JII1narlCbool!! A medal 4g.-
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York recently to hear Morris Gordin tell "Why I II i I I noting the honor was presented b9ss
I lost my faith in Communistic Russia.. I With the coming of the biennial session of ; by the American legion The I'-PI
Newspaper reports stated that "One-third 1 the Legislature this week at Tallahassee there j Ir- : j I I AVe went to the :New York aquarium ]'i I! .wall awarded oa qualifications .f
; I once. And as we were leaving honor. scholarship. a4rr-.
I comes to this great state an opportunity unparal-1 courage:
of the'600 at the meeting were women. *
persons I ,
I they thought we were escaping ship and service. -\
tr:, The audience applauded every point Godin made leled in its history. : =-___--- --------- -
against present conditions in Russia and there j I The economic financial status of Florida ever j : Outbursts of Everett True By Condo ,' .
![I since the day when its lawmakers entered t
: /seemed: be unanimous approval of his declara- uponan N
era of road construction under the centralized 1 I i
..4' .tion'that Russia was slowly but surely progress- I 4 43 4i 4i4y Ir r C0Mt? iI
ing towad 'republic of the United States of direction of the state itself through its State I ;i ( ,'
s.\ t ,Russia' Road Department. has invariably not only been : I IN ..
"The speaker, formerly a student at Uni- sound but also has had the highest rating inthe a 51 szs ',' Ht'tlta.t 11 .

Chicago. was a draft-soldier in the financial report of business conditions of the -,
American nation generally. s si, s- st; s3fsr 7-H-; B30ANAMp]' ,3J{ _
i( army during the World War. Until
,,1921, when he went to Russia he was one of I Even the limited resources such as are imposed sa -

[leaders':of the New York Communist Party. He by our laws of today the gowth of our highway ,, U a I I V

|returned here last September. Describing his I system in spite of the handicaps of insufficient ', w Ii
conclusions regading his nearly three years of funds has been so marked that the lure' t rt i V [ I ti r
.experience in Russia Gordin said: : of f the beckoning hand of Florida to the rest ofthe i
"I went there expecting to find a heavenof United States has all but become an obsession A a ;

the people and for the workers; instead I with an ever increasing number of visitors each HORIZONTAL: : | r.l. Laundry; < for washing ores.i .
'' year. 1. Game played in picture. i .). Ha.'" as.tin.
found: a hell. The people have no say in their '
government, and little if any freedom in commer- This great influx of men and women of 3. Pan of golf club which strikes Ii j 5s. Provident! insect. a
courage, vision, brains and wealth gives l i ball. I 59. Correlative of either.
cial or social activities. It is all a sickening dead energy
level of political and industrial slavery where unequivocal promise of a. statewide developmentfar i 10.6. See Negative.picture. <6<1.t. To State play of a excitement golf: ball into the bole. ; 'I ) W HA"r C A tv

the"people are directed by a group of dictators. beyond our most extravagant dreams. 11t! : .Wrath (inspired by lit score: ). I' 1%. See picture. 3 'DD 0reHTIMZ.1. -
: "The people may change this situation at These great privileges which are coming to 114. See picture (boy who carries TKKTICAL: F, You ..
'any time but when I left they seemed everywhere commonwealth, bring with them responsibilities I I sticks). 1. To grasp golf club I 3DA t ,

: so far as I noted to be passively resentful and duties severe and grave. The pathway X 117. Length of time It tahoe to piftjrI 2. Position of ball in relitJM to II II I _-
too hopeless to assert themselves. All followed must be so developed in the immediate I a good game. Its snrrooiKtlBCs on the C IU1Ie. -

= around there was going on the economic, indus- future that every part of this domain be 19. Jumbled type 4. Common conJCBCtteo. I

.._- trial and moral ruin of Russia. connected with every other part by prime trunk I :N. Snakelike fob. 6. Pub caught around New Bag- :I j I _

'In the meantime the leaders of this terri line highways of most modern type together 21. Meadow. land. '!! .I :\ \
t- ble situation are'holding on to the shreds of with the tieing in of every county seat with 123. Perfect score. 7. Refreshing beverage secured at':
other county seat with first class road. i Green ground along river (hlplural .- club 1aI. i I -
Communism in their scheme of getting every a 126 I 7 -
visionary : name of sell coarse). Light cottoa fabric (aa&eyed,i! & : -,
With Governor :Martin:
z through propaganda other nationals as our leading official
among sup : %1. To stuff. letter "e"). ]l _
denomination. exponent of a great basic highway system that
:. port Communistic
'- 130. To attempt. 9. Something cold pet la bertrage. I '
'< 44 These selfish misguided in shall be second to none; with our civic and political -
men now control 131.I : To fit. 11. To sight the halt l I LHAT CAN lay
have trampled Russia politically into a big leaders firmly committed as a result of the ,133. Attar. 13. A tear hi the clothe i Do Fes I7E .e WELL
recent convention of the Tamiami Trail Association I i I I \o' M I c.HT o w>v12t'
prison a red dungeon.' Before the unfortunate 35. Vncommon.j37. 15. Altogether. j I ovtZ fitrAD'i
41 .Russian people most of.whom would like to end at Saint Petersburg to complete forthwiththe i Departing gu-est. 1 C. KM.IS. ,p. U 1.VT GvANT To RAIs (T tit

their sufferings under this colossal failure can preferential roads as provided in the Miller:| 38. Beasts of burden. Oe More stroke than lees *fpoar&t ...I

!I 'expect any concrete help, from other countries Bill two years ago to extend state road number '39. To clip. makes.
they must show their resentment of this false 27.! and placing this extension on a par with the 1 40. Chief linguist steep of' Indo- 3& Oe who encourages MNJ' i iI j

c : y doctrine by attacking i if themselves.*." Miller Bill highways so far as state aid is con- i i' China. I 22. A stroke to land ball (Jon pektingt!
cerned; and to the creation of a gulf coast highway 41. Paid publicity (pl). green. j!
| -- ; ,, f%. Warning cry of a golfer before I25 I To be present at. j
from Pensacola to Miami; the legislature of
a drive. : Lack of power to co-ordinate i!
our state can meet and we feel sure will meet} muscular :
144. Automobile. voluntary mosWasata'or
I" -' .-' -r. the responsibility of the hour and thus give add- i 146. Indefinite article. I ( why I can't play). II |
There is food .for thought in the following ed prestige to the high place which the state {147. See picture. 129.: Low. heavy cloud ,
editorial on duplicity public and private affairs already enjoys throughout the nation and the 49. Exclamation of disgust I 3:. A small hole in the turf I

"' .which we take from the.Lakeland Star-Telegram! : : world. i 51. Like. 34. Toward. :I Uf"r Otats e,. ?ce ram,. .... '+ Yn
When men in 'any!city pretend to have the -

interests of the city: and community at heart ]MOM 'N POP ONE EXTREME FOLLOWS ANOTHER I It.
continue to carry mall e.'spite work and grudgesin PYTAYTORAMS'
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their hearts w n'tbey: have chips on their vi65 BUT 1 PRtct p \\\004
shoulders all the timd and scheme in every: known LAST TIME 7& QUIT PUAH'lMe FAMiLV AND! HAVjeRESPEOA8LE I'HOUGriT tOU( Tl LM ANDTf lA1F 4{ WE Ab\h\.rr. G6e BECAUSE >FRVmlAK
way to' get them knocked off there is going to WITH THAT CHAU5L.OOK 1OOKtGET WtQe. GottJG co 700 EI EIJ5tVE: :: 'ttt.bRU(\\ .R'-( WA9 SO cx p itDlDltfl'

be a pulling back on"the community harness and HOW SOU'VJC, FURNITURE- ASHAMED ARouND orv&CHRIS MPq Sa1.ES 'WHE..I\J FLRldTuEKAS t-o0K GoOp ot1GFt!

''the chips are constantl'iEgoing to be seen. Then ScRATcHED IT OP OUR CWOIN& Gooi*. TtM 4Ot1TNtKED MMKrD DOWN? ',::.

{when men in officiil positions accept courtesies Suite ANEW- 1 VJSHwe ONE HAD A t OT Ai3ol1T ii.

'fifts, real estate yh'atever it might ,be,, in ,
"s order to assist some'private; interest or an individual j I It1 Il tkt\\\

; when they brjnjf"strangers into the community : 1 ;

{ and pay their hotel! bills and spend money -'t A. J

for them under the guise"of representing a gen ? r Tf

eral community interest, but,in reality they are

privately owned and employed, then the people

;, of that community are being deceived and dis- .
honored. t .' ..St #
There are cities in Florida that ha\e worked J t w 1 1f

every game known, called a publicity idea the ,+ t a .

newspapers usually being the goat 'to fool the \ 11
investor or visitor and the public generally: and 1 ,;reantx.eK

ibis does that community and Florida'generallyan ,v? v\\\

injustice.. The combination then of'those in i a. r M .I te. cJi

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;e .r Sales of Nine/ Million Dollars in Six Months\ I t :

i the terrific onslaught' 'vf Davis Islands sales These are world's records for sales performance in land de- ;

Before previous records in Floi ida land selling velopment. These are outstanding features in a Florida

have fallen and in their stead new figures have been land project which has made American history for real -

- ,.,,"., marked up, new world's recoids have been establishachievement.. And yet, spectacular as it all is, these remarked ,; w : r

by this most spectacular land development ever known able results are readily accounted for-easily explained. :: '.
in the south.y Davis Island i is the most attractive development in Florida. It gives theY
greatest promise: of luxurious surroundings and magnetic money making of '
Last October Davi-5, Island was first placed on the market and today, just any project in the south. Its dominant location-one-half mile from the city 'F"I
.1'' six months: later, th,3 sales total has reac led nine million dollars-an average hall of the thriving city of Tampa-guarantees its great and rapid value en- .
II of a million and a half dollars a month, or more than $:>0,000 for every single A.hancement. Its location in the bay-just across a narrow strip of water :
day since the property was first placed on the market. Of this total $1,683-: ..,.,from Tampa's elite bays hore section-guarantees it as a residential area of t'r .
I 580 was purchased in three hours! $2,711,780 of it in ten hours! And people --t klightful exclusiveness and real charm. ;'" I
I stood in line for 40 hours prior' to the opening sale to get first selection of 1
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.' ; I j CONJUNCTIVE' : to tiieee natural advantages to gIve greater impetus to the value growth of "" '-
: I v-/ Davis Islands:-and 'to make it a veritable fairyland for home and play-$80,000,000 Is LctEff! .. laI
,, spent in its development. Nothing has been left unplanned to make this the nation's Lcau17. ; I ..
spot. Already nearly a\score of structures are in evidence--and these building sites have beenavailable : }
\ i for only l three |nonths. This shows the speed with which construction i is vigorously. :
forging ahead. :
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Five million is to be spent .thia: Y ear! Think of what this niextas to property own?' Think of what I it moans J
1'1'I -.S to the (ryatalisation it Kiirroi'DnMaff bcaqrty. There is a raarveioasljr tine Tennis: Club together with courts eampltted a a I J 1.
now with a wonderful Yacht and Country Club: to con.e There ta a raagniacent Admiatetratioa bend t :
I i ing already occupied by the !,cM P2Y. It U a building of rich architectural type. its Mediterranean iaflwoc n i I:
II vying Ilt-rrenly''Wlth its I'orseoull lsi n.l setting. A doaen homes are ready and a picturesque Spanish apartawat : ,. r
i will soon be flninhcd nearby "
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Then to roine In this fait' unfolding[ l i>uii II ty, a. $ wlhotel. a coliseum blocks n the liosiaess section, pools of Roman greLH I ;j
I parkways adurned with tropiievery -ll 1 foliage and miles of winding waterways No wonder people from neai&BO .
">. I I state in the union have readily purchased on Davln Islands.u wo-ider Hs sales nave Jumped atoadords want to thank the people of Tampa, \
11'1 and made such outstanding re Hut even tbe tremendous sales achievements cf Davis Islands win !.> on- of the state of Florida, and of the :
r I.I.II ?'1'I 'surprised in progress this K011l1Der by the greai'ft building and development program ever attempted ill t*e ;, entire nation for the generous re-
II"1" 1 < south-a inaiUing program which, too, will establish new records fur all Anterlcal! s1 sponse that has been accorded the sale jl

of Davis Islands property. That the
: Davis Islands Office Open All Summer public has so thoroughly concurred 'i
with me In belief and knowledge of '
: All Davis If L3Bds offices will be open this summer, where any desired informitteu my :
. f 1'-""'" ; ovncrnac this remarkable development as well as the latest literature the golden future of Davis Islands I :: ,. i
t pcrtaiBtag to.It, will be cheerfully supplied to the public both as a home place and investment, is 0 \ !

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i appreciation I want also to extend my .
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f D P AVIS PROPERTIES l shrewdness-for I believe they possess a :
1" in Davis Islands property an investment -
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' 0 \ Charles Nash, Rivervicw Hotel ultimate fortune-making ,is second to 'J
none in the country.
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Lsa.d "1 THE FORT 3rrri! rurss.:; FonT JTTEKS.: rroitrnc JIO''IFTF.R"OOI'RH.. u.'m+;

\ BOg -r, I Margaret: Livingston at the XJont- I I ESTER in a movie version of "The will register that be really| has "made hobby I-D't allowed tll< want: to' loaf
i 7QasltTr) / ; ;; 1 I martre.: which is Hollywood's mlddayIlUIf'rtn3 Merchant of Venl-e"? Blanche Sweet I good" r' hUe \\ii>j work, I .,
Hunt's. -
,(BZOI S place of the That is I what's worrying; a group of
had just come from Unlvrr Hollywood film importers who own Likes This DOUG. PAIRBAXKS A? :'XOUXCES I RIGHT UNDER OUR VfCSDOVf as
t EntCEF Letter./' I al City, where she bad been workIng ii ;- the Aniori ;> post oA I i[ before the camera in "111 Shaw made by Peter Paul Pelner and an i Ixwill start right in on .v nother raoTie. I actors conversing ca the""whys and

,lbandi BY IIARRY B HUNT on nppoil, the aillon ft Ju.tlie'M '[ \en the Town." with Reginald Denny international cast headed by Wernt r ft"j' wherefores of the movies. "
>KA iwrtlcrilrr : ,-<'nr iv I i the mrnt sat: hl the .11-1 ion of ...,.. f'4I f known winum s.- 'narto writer and movie of that mme.: The Shakespt '1 Pickford concludes her f J ::tare." explains one "
W.\SlIINGTON-Wtu'n Fte 1I"Itll"1 atteie-y gen.aaIK'hay. 1 J i plrducil'in superitsor in the industry ein play was photographed in Venue i Doug. 'and I could :not bear toe "It's not the ups and downs I mind.
.J *o invotvixl th.it the Rontmcnt .'. list the" light to prvmTho the was Introduced to Miss! Living! It was bot"' l.\ a descendant of the .t> ''. "'.\ <> idle while :Mary is tvoift.ns" I !says another. "It's the everlasting
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tot tI..iy nharti. II further have jut' t lebrafed 'run-around" we actors get that burns
itatlf cannut: follow U.It ston. ; immoral art; : )Kembrandt and with .-t.: Doug and Mary
would norm to the laymen that whole i-tiUMp of Justkr "My what a surprise!" she cried noted European stars in the lead I ,,., : ,.. \ ._ their "wooden wf'ddlng"live \earsliatiil : me up'"
the 'tMon>tON, rent m* on the fact ofI.heiy the number of antornnbr.es -
Um torn for MMU "infj "I thovght you were a BIG gir!-and --- Y r > married. IKspitf great
>lifla and commcM rn.* rule t t or 1 etch" of 'it, but on a you're just the littlest thing eter'!" | MARY PICKFORD once planned tog 1 \nf. nell ay Our MJO?r' IMS wi,eJ I : in Hollywood the shoemakers
L terhnfcithty | liars the war'
pruccdure.Contrmpt' :Margaret \vacioun! red-headed play J If .nierd her married life when d<> a flocrishln!; businessKEEPING .
I for tlwt Uw, abysm to any trial tat the rval farts And' t: Marsnerite in "Faust. and the I
In this C-IBO the Kovvrftment itwtfct .iCM( five feet three inches taIL:1 lantbmcn! of Lillian GUh was to r- '
wb'<'h pubbo; uthortllr (ratnntoin- I-a. p Illillullllllllllil111H111111111U:1'111n1111111111n1111111 I J:I : lIlIl11111111111illlttllll111111111111111: ::
M bllh'r!)', N hI|>*4, test h..s.. up the tn-hntrailty the firebrand of the screen Get tray Juliet to Ronald t'olm-in's Rom- :: j=
; t tiy tbe 1"-'Ct..C"1v j .. .f writ ...>m>we. Ihwert.J. its own. .' Oe pktwralt !I I eo. Noah' Beery aspired to play Otheli -- '--
'tnenu a* cam in ttn rovrrntnvM" I i i; too. But the men at the head of the --- ., '---
ss prosecution\ rrimlnal uwtlctnents : SPKAKIXtl or tribery-Wbkj: t MAYBE YOU WONDER Why yOU;j theaters always have frowned upon I--- ---
4ti ..*lnt 1W1: 8t* Mf and ""$ that ith (' don't'see J. Warren Kemgaa te more!I, organizations selling movies to the i iI ii I II-- --

Dohl'n oil in roNMKHian"dIaL" .with.. thegnat MmM .'tH'%,U InOlN-THV not tnorult najrW or.. I, MOV lea. | the filming of the classics as being I II I g ; AT IT =
acAI He doenn't have to work. -He saved,:I _
(or r bnt..r commercially unsound.
The Indkt_ were ca-.. ...' county I :: ::
'!'fry 'hkf Ju.Uo* M.' utilki i JMMrlot Puprtwc Court mM l_ brat time In It. history. text tb1 and the money plentiful. Now when I II JfLIAX'NE:; ..1011101'YDE:;: GOOD! I = j ji
tcauot ef any "qwMrtio of Met In \ember.As I a particularly attractive role is of- i 1: in The Thief of'Bagdtd." i = i 1 ==
the cvbknce .__ mttri to the the storv roes the pl"eddton I fered. like "The {"overed"aIOll" or"Captaln Producers here decided she could 1 1do" Even thoi ugh you may not be able
-raiul jury l*>t br<\e uM. of th3rrcnc tial yacht 1 Yt1uwer, on one olCuolidice's I Blood" he dons the grease- only. similar roles. But Mi." :
; at the stand jury h.rTa weekend trips last fall paint :.. Johnston had idea! she could repeat to trace & .ny sales directly to your
: *e of a rrpc.>> itt\c'c(' theDrertmtnl ,put'1ie.iu ap at.'ak CUmbridKe.. hay one Sunday Md on nion low i 1 Otherwise J. Warren has found I''her'i success with HOUR! Fairbanks m''! = present idvertisinjr in the Press
or Jnselre. In*. The president and fete port contentment. Around the corner from i ij Other part*. She packed her bags :end l j r yYi:7e c
The only pomibk I conoluk>n Is will ind by keeping at it
that tr-. h..partt.t: Juatic ItPeu debarked ami nude! their way t j our office, upon a hill on the road toUniversal | went to Europe. :: you ; -
cannot ten under the mold church to attend service" *. Was. I ('ity. Jack lives with his: Now wo hear; from Julianne that '! sistently; your total volume for
and lntrk.u ,tcchnlcaBtte that the> collection plate wii: posae< mother in a beautiful home lie should i che's one Knrope's y busiest actress" -, i i ij 4
CooIiJij jut into it a crisp ne g the will show an increaseover g
:have rente to surround grand Juf' worry. j with engagements!: that take: her from year
I Wt edure, when it should a.d; $:5 IU21 I 'Berlin to Paris and Vienna and Lon- "{ this of last and =
The church authorities, proud tthe I year your
when it should not take a hand In I don She has shown the Europeans ,
I 'l vrvnUnE vtidvnf for proopcu- seeking titit same by the tangible presidential token party b LKATRU-E JOY HAS A NEW"PAR" : what a capable: actress the loll; :,nod '! : 'To ii g compete'; or's who took space at =
tk'mny other conclwion would I j i studios L: $
whkh the memory of the vial can turn oat.
mean that the dfjurtment deliberately j Miss Joy is to take a vacation from I I 1 spasmoc! ic intervals.
could t e perpetuated pounce I When Miss Johnston returns the i
acted in a way to JvcpArdix upon that t& Instead cf "In [Ute Paramount stadia. She will spend I producers proboly'' I will "follow th.j| ..:.- :.i '"
the validity: uf the Indict. turned into the treasury it wa. I it playing nursemaid to Daby Lea- : = =
j leader" and decide that, after alt she
oieuts. that the department waa I'roroe.ly lab<'l>d. framed, and trice and teaching the gix-raonths-old j
,h3lr directly seeking to thwart, not to in the vestry room There it w.iajinspected I off-spring of the now divorced Lea- I is a good "bet. i ij iI One or i.wo insertions may help g

obtain justice.. by not only all of Caw{ trice and Jack Gilbert how to say j Nothing succeeds like swccess! t tJOIIN I very little! but if your message is
bridge hart by hundreds or Nsltort "mamma." I 'T
nlow, Assistant: Attorney from the hack: country who vi>iud( I : constantly driven home there is
,A At the the ,
end of month Leatrlce
General OUver: Pagan was the county seat prior to H< 'UOflJTh. I =>Y IIAUKON. brother of 'he j I I
as en assistant to the ... Coolidge coutubutiun, linmc) j is Bhedul to transfer her makeup lamented Hobl.y.! i has had hard workto bound tI tjl! be results which can be = ,
Special! counsel appointed by rresiJ0ent a ludectone that drew Dfrnmratslan I} tux to the ('I-dl O Oe Millo studio :' achieve a niche for himself in them ItUhsUn inspiration w this I
I Coolidge to prosecute the oil I cafes, and McCoy holds he ought came: skeptical.. and sfoning, went i-I i I ; DUnche Sweet ales: Tt Is fashioned :
inot have been there. The ImlKt- away In reverence.Yes !take-hi-brothers i of black broo.dclothitb I Il
I won.TliE\ Pl'ULlO! HK I.NTKR-1 I
)>nent* are voided on thin groundone. it was true, they spread th* lop' .rd skin colhtr and border on |- -
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word. Five whole In the meantime full year out of the presidential pocktt'Th I costume Miss Sweet carries a novell \ | '
ra\li.f passed since the Indict- resuil. according to th.j l Imported leoparJ skin purse. will soon I beat down any resistance -
''r.eDts.t're returned-the statute Democratic alibi expects: was thn -- -- --- --
jC* limitations has expired! on the arr'lngof i Porchesttr county at thing hobby did, and as well as Bob- yocir product may meet in =
(/CfrTE:"'s of fcnbcry on which two a personal cost to the.president o' :i I'y. the comjmunity.' Press advertisements j
t : 1i ; be Indictments were tu d. if, one $5 bill!, Welcome Buddy O1J Shoes." a picture made more -
_= rill to ;
help the
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1 Edna Ferber novel, starring Colke'n company, has just been released herein i i over and bring more dollars in =
:Moore Los. Angeles Johnny plays the lead
l1elindthe | He will start filming "Stella M ns" The Rabe Wilkinson Post No. 38 and the critics have aid. in effect )I i your poo: ket in the long run.tiiiiiiiii"i""iiiiiniH .

\ next month at Universal City. i ilu "Johnny is great. What has he been I :: I
I' : M : doing all these years" I it-
<> >t<>r*' heaton rams" > home from : 1'1 And yet Johnny, who is under contract ;>
eit, lock \wearliiff "bowerir 1,4n nfc'r" : to Warner Brothers, is still
Screen I" 'Ituster Kr.ito, Jr. ]promptly, i l j jMiushed looking l : for the opportunity of playing I ,

I It-uliloh prates! the lid lias i iI ,, L a Ids:; ,p.rt in a his!; \jroduttion that_I I_ n I -'I ''inniiiiniiiimiiiimimimiiimiiimimiimmHMunmn. ,, .' I.
sense of humor. Like father lke! I '
I la j .
it\. son! .
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i i i Extends a cordial welcome to all exservicemento I :
HOIIYISJOOI! ) to the screen under the direction of i, attend its meetings held the first and third
- 1 I :Maurice Elvey. i iI I Mondays of each month at the Legion home on I

I Miss Phill.ps: has been absent from : lower Broadway.
the studies since the death of her dl- : I
HOLLYWOOD, April 12. "Stella
. Marls" is to be filmed again. I ''ector-h.usband, Allen Holuljar, two i Visiting Legionnaires I TRAFFIC MAKJES VALUES
That was the slur which :Mary sears ago. She proved popular In : fire urged to renew membership for 1925 with i
Pic ford conventions "The Heart of Humanity" "Man, this Post in Dixieland which has members from d. .

rv! The William J. Locke vehicle was I Woman and Marriage" and other im- every state in the Union. I t

Mary one of successfully the very few portrayed movies a In grownup which- oriant Mr. EKey moYiea.has given. her the leading Drop in at the Press office and ask for Geddes, Do You Know The Ballard Road is To Be The Connecting i

sans curls and sans the Mary feminine role in "Everyman's Wife," post; commander; or for Iseey! the adjutant at II
Pickford bag of tricks which have his: next William Fox special produc : the Franklin Hardware Co. They'll be mighty m ill Link Between The Palm Beach Blvd and The Ta- I t

{ been trade-marked in scores of pictures tion. pleased to meet you. II
over many years."Stella I miami Trail For Through Traffic. ? "
DO YOU KNOW what the coming -
Maris! was a real dramatic movie stars look like? YOU'LL BE WELCOME AT MEETINGS, COME 1
movie even though it was directed by 4
Well, ne'thfr! do many of the studio II -
:Marshall Neilan, usually associatedwith DO YOU REALIZE?
comedy efforts. executives here We had lunch with it ; !.
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be I't'made111 welcomed.. It madea III _
1c deep Impression! upon millions ui f
mode.lour!!. I

The Information that Charles Braln moioioioil"1
!> Is t to direct It will be just! as Inter. I


who 11 r.produced Brabin is"Driven the splendid;' that poignanttale director I

of the Kentucky mountains. It ,

was success.cheaply. made but proved a real By Dr. Chas B. McFerrin\ Chicago i iII '

Mr. Brabin also made "So Big," the I= -
II_ Sponsored By Business and Professional Women's Club Lots will be worth when this road is hard surfaced

1? r :: Foit, Myers, Fla.

F. .Qt. -- I At Gwynne Auditorium, Monday' Evening April 13th t i BUY TODAY '- I I

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I I I at 8 o'clock. III

HfCSS'TI' [S I Is "d' Has the establishment of your business or home about cost you your =
g life? Have :you piston-rings under your eyes? D

0f IPAUTO I l- ,. This means that something is going wrong with your vital organs. r

:: How about trading that 1923 model face of for 25
I yours a new one? We'll :: ONLY $ DOWN
i :: take the old one in exchange if it is in good condition. ::

Have your heart; or kidneys got you "tagged?" Has your stomach
: got. ypu "licked?" ,
IS there any auto neces- '. Dr. McFerrin will tell how to add
you from one to five
or more beau '
sity you might need tIt.. ::: tiful\ to life. .
years you 2 '"
10, drive by this store. i ,years. : 'I No Interest On Deferred Payments II'
If you have distressing intestinal have 'I .. .
We are sure to have what gas you already begun to dis =
you want.'Eterything :: integrate. You have food trouble. You need just the knowledge that will

be given that night at this wonderful lecture. You need some things c
for the Car" :: plained to ex- _
you. Take Large Profit Small Investment
:: a on a III
Are your shoes full of ankles and running -
over at the top? or are
Auto you -
:: so skinny that the street car doesn't think it worth while to stop to take I : I III'
Store :: ... a ;you on? You need this J lecture. .. c_ I )
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g 4 ';: if, ,,>I4! there a minus sign in your, ife4-has something been{ ,subtacted .
rhODe 407 ;i :: Jsit; ypurThealth"jour. money orflove-you need thisi lecture. It'Will,be qt: = '
I # e the beacon light to'many".who are afflicted. You'll not sleep much that II' Cross Co.i
i night. The mixture humor and knowledge will charm you and give = Realty
--".-. -- I many new things to think about. ca .

I= ,All your days can be "tip-top" and "peppy" if you understand, the = II
Walter. R. KauneBEALTOw i I= idea in diet that will be explained to you Monday night at the Gwynne new Au- =
i ditorium. _

Fire Insurance Bonds I_ It has also been arranged by special request that Dr. McFerrin delivers i I 221 First Strreet : .

:rotary Public I:: his absorbing lecture, Food Combination That Explodes in the Intes- :_ I
::: tines" on Tuesday aftenoon April 14 at the -"
Check up your Insurance. Gwynne Auditorium at 400: ::
Drop us a line, and let us l o'clock. This. lecture is for women only. It is not uncommon for one thousand _
give you some real, constructive i I l= ;9 I women to attend the afternoon lecture. c t OR YOUR OWN BROKERitiJ h ;

insurance service. i! Dr..:McFerrin: was once an invalid. He will surely interest i .i !
Established! 12 Tears I!g '- ; you.- IJI

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CLASSIFIED 'ADVERTISING lot 1 C'tU"ID it to burnt under prexaiirenl Combs. J. F. Bnsto. K a I FTIEngli>?i ar.I Relgiun troops. maih.n.: ( .un. lie-f t n. .. r- on..y..ill

1.ATEg 11 RATES: II Personal Mention I > tfar water it in.pouuils. I L. W. Jennings.j : ir. MX tremendous reels of actual revvKnuttheir "ua son. brother
iv.. ACII ISSUE TNFCI AVOII: eoLrMxi 1.\t tnT SIZE.1r of Tri: ; FIif ::\.'II.! WiiRD j '4he olijvct) i.f the test is to deter- I Committee on :XnrMrn.and Plant iiajp' nn the! battlefields of fighting .hWbattMl. sweetheart" or relative. Two

and Jntlude In Counting\ the worda. IndU.I.. II" aerate I+..r I:,1*nt.::'you..Masted FI-r.. etc.. miif the weakest pars\ nt dams:: of i Husbandry : J. W. Shells ..Itairm.in.! m1 i Itttritineiifij ,. hazing: : halshows each night., 7: "'. and 'I p. m.
ate the name and add rrec of. ..... 1.uil., r tiii : tvpe of construction and .' r.ieii. ;
their .
: anTHewla
f1 type like thia I rent (lien; Taylor is herefrom S.irn, j 1111f'd"iD". D. I.. P in- I [>. Stine.JS. n-'i--I ::: ? .I"-?" tanks. !Monday ; k-J
a word lot I
emir liv: nm jnv-r o f failure for the purpose of .
i-Pt "uta busings. j J Ellis.v. (ti imv.ii.: T r
type like on '
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: cents a word for each day. a cetraining how to build dams of .! I
Doughis. S. M I.t type| like Ibis, 3 rents a word for each day. !'Iwax; .nnm safety ;art with minimum m IntnnlnnlnnnilinrunnnulhllunBunlllnitllnf111lluirlIllnnill lirg1111111 --.;

10-pt type like this, 4 cents a word for each day. .:vanlltOD.- Mrs A.Illinois W. Kimball for{a is short here visit from | thin at ss of construction and coose- j j ingtoB.Crmmittee on Pho..plaand; Mmlerals --

10-pt type Jike this 5 cents a word for each day. t tqneut. etootmy of material. The ex-; ': : B. K.: Bullar.1lal..m"! K.I: CENTs

MINIMUM KATI: I Tom 'peria*>nT will cos: $ltJtJ.8IW. OWU'sl i ijPop I win S. De. W. 1'IklL .l./0,. 'i a -
Na advertisement -- O. Pearce and )I. T. Reed.of .1.| :1 TODAY'S
tion. will be inmrtrd for lees than 13; cent fur first Inser Dt>Ielallnl Uisstasippi. are wek--d *.>r Science Monthly for May. ;: Crews.' E. C'. .May r. A S.uase. K I IJ

Advertisements \AI.TKIINATK AVS I I visitors in the City of Palms engi-neering ; K. Elliott. S. v'. Fnx. 3d O Harrison i

rent per word., in addition.rd..f'd to 10 the tun regular on altrmati'' days will tie charged 1-2 I ---- i j I (' .lIImittf'.. on IVivileees and Ki- "- Y
per word ou .."er mzea. ; rate on i point 1)1*. and 1 tent' I jaity perform: needed tests of dam i'.P
1 -f. tii.n.s : R. E. Kan t'hairmiln1 S.'McCracken. .
1 E. LO\\'t and wife of Viaita. I II :
Cash TKP.MS;in advance i!Oklahoma, are in the city for a fats' i j i roast n. c cion o. an adequate scale. R H. Frktl-. .I i't'etheringitm..t = J 1 I SPECIAL y R rI I
xJtlce-Xo "Card of Tlianka" or iesolutions" 'Ia.\.s. la tk past, engineers!: have been d
tl.0u.For Inserted for less than i -- ;jpendeio. : far their knowledge of dams Blanch S. C*. Fox. \1. I). H.irrn.. ( end
This your own protection bring ad... tisilla; in npon iJsi results of I II .PRD
rurnvily I' experin.ents with .
paper U not 'y.wntl..n F. Kemp.i :
reslsinalble| for muilakt.t! ; alter."".,>iiii, utelphon: .< d in. | :Mrs. Mary A. Drake and Miss small ,
owls in i
at Uilioratorirs, :
.)le.ssiiLoein;. of Xew tack were and Committee on |"'H! |Ruildina-- 'iud
-- Suniliy; visitors In Fort Myers. upon 3ti- developmc\ It of various t tmeUiotJs 'Crcunds-; .. F:. Whitiv. t-hiirm.i"

FOR SALE I e -- I' } o( design 'h' mathematics.'1.1. H. Williams. J. F. Bu- l... II. II : .
'-\. ('. Banta arrived from Safari 4 ThrfrVJfB the Department of the" Interior lht'rin-I"J.; R. D. Craig. John I =

KOI cheap SAL.K it..-M.two. lleiiman.work mul.. "I ill I : -.1 II.I. i.! For President f-i-.lmrg Sunday and t* looking Edison and the Southern. "California :JlcSw.'en. .\. W. :McLer.m.. (. .... : CRAWFORD STREETRFSIOENCE EI BeSeJtes .-
I Company :
an ideal site and .
\Kurt | Kt'ml'I.: C. (!arrct.
.- .... .-...\ ..., Myers over. xoitablt foxilities have
--k room huuxr. large : heel obtained i
-.1.11.1 I i Committee en Pubiic H-;ilti! I \
lot best buy in .0..... at fh'tixi. 1 1& "it,
for tar dam I I II
....h. It. $fst on Stevenson Creek j Kennedy.: hai.-nidn ,E !lea .
A. Box IU Pare Press off,, Mr.! and Mrs. R. W. Lnevy are I : S. ) cK.
l-lt-: tit. .. henfrom I tot baa. Alabama for a a small I tributary of the San Joaquin ; Kemp. S. C: All-H. \ VX' V.MII _

KOI: SAL.K. -Overland touring ,n i ro {f shun visit. I j River -/f'ht' creek gorge: !: is of granlite : I R./. Ki'pk-r. ir.. CP \X i utLn! : K: I g .ANS

$ICj.M.. ). Also Korilmn ,........... ...liplow steep and narrow, so that the K. L. Md>Lre. James \J 011 10 I..ill.

JiUireKor. sail. harrow.ulevard.A.l.lreJm. J. .1Ii..II-t: : I .lll Ih i I t c S Simmons and Urs. SiMI' reservoir will be "small. A recently !1 j Committef| on PulJKl l I.a ..ds- !L \ ''fit'\\' Spanish) : T.Bung al low. !5 EI

Flip SAIJ-;-IVdigmnf < It'nh. wt-r week-end visitors I.i the I fomnlet ed water-supply tuam-l I is near j W. .I, DDin s. chuirmtu ; 1 I'---: KinIdrick. Rail-

terrier pupa, 3 ninths wirc-liairwl old.. Two; males Fox ''ii\ I'rotn Karaimta.Mr i, and pr awl Jes mt'anfor furnishing I) W. P. \\' 11":>n. ,.;. 1.. Eiiton.; I inIm...: tiled 1 }liat-i) t ; t wit1 -i < \vei ; hanlH I fey
Jiii.wl; na n. Two females Ui.OU; ;; h, kFu4rner aid LYs.Rpolling tinwater
Lodge. .' ea" l'y- r !: needed. : II. Wetherinston. c;. "'. Green.-; II.
press Naples. 1. 3-ll-tfc. <
: and Mrs. A. J. \VilJi I The id ell of the engineers in charge!: I (',ail!:. K. J. Kepler: jr.. Juhn I'1.|.
hut SALE:-IJinilM-r and nuterlal in tna. of.StculKnsvillc. of the M-riment. Ito! approximate; I Sween.Ci'tliuiilt.e. ; \\'o<;.i t' /M>I.<. [IViw} $S; MK.ii) /)fJ.rl.ttrm) .
Ohio.'are back front |
warvlioum ImililniK. a I
ami Hay Nireeta ; to l b. taken corner down Jai-kaon'and hull MSII to Miami and HoIlvwiNid. I tilt. mont: laringlv thin dims thathave on Pulille.. I'rilllili-- ; the

moved at OIH.X. Apply 1;. M. lleilniall. : been l huilt. and ,perhaps| "!c" themlate I Ki-uis t 'Hm:.,.. flii i rin:ill : \ Uh- t I i oasonabU1.LET. I Ij ;rall.PtR.. .

: 42tic.F'iHC : I Mr and Mrs N. F. Crown and better.! Then after many tests I..TUII. II. S. Mt'K..nzi.,. \\' 1:. C.:.>.1.1win. I .

IWt SAI.K--lour 1 o!1-niull;: h. .Motor p. ;Hartford: IMKII KIIKIII.i;:. 1 J Mr and Mrs. CtUu. to;. UrKillip. of j and measTMnents.! an attempt will lie : S II. llJrris. l!. c. arr.-li., C. : j = tr oC

Apl-ly Mul"*i l.uiwh row, lily iNick. i taint I'eternl nrg!:. are Fort Myers j{'' made to Kreak the dam i.i order t"l I' N'i'idlin%. J. J. I..rri..h. T .\. f.L.lIent.
4-T-st. ;i vi.siturs' lOtI.). discover !5tjs I weakest part and the i Fletcher.Committee' g

}'III. .SAI.K1S23! : .K....d l :;...I..n m 1 t.ooi.rindittat.4oap I manner .if failure. For this purptste ) .a PuUli- Inad"n" ; \\faed"I
JScHiaurant. "I..... Street.fura..h. $ininol.;i-; :. If. I Mr. and Mm. W. ('. Teas and 11r.1 the data *;'iU he extended verticallyto j I Highway; IK-iNirtment : J. .Kit: Stoke.Chairman ... I = fete

end l MrJ.. F. fBKU-Iock. I lag

JAI Vouniy:<;KM lloulevard.T lills'llill.Han Just lord off Mirfareil i....- | I'-i.' .isl.urg.. are lting over the 'City I :.? linst the d.un. i| :Mare C. W. Fleeter V. O. Harrison { = McClure & Wood Company ,
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..street sidewalk; I -- -- !I ...... .' ;1IQe
newer water rte Kitnlrfioiial .t 1'alm" ICkhv. .. I. .V.. KoKBiulv. VeonlVl.ir.. .. _... IV.. .
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buy *t :_'Mt..ii a*> I I' I II way'.
lernuk ITelM IWx 1 7. Vo-r.4.*> II' FIhuh 1,1 not's>: IOUHITTFCS i iurv XV. Wester. J. A. T.Ior.i l I KEAI.TCItS =
J'ollTSAI.II'iaiM.. I.. K'-sal -on.lilk.,1. 1 L I ---I II. S. Younx. U. I. Brown and 1, <;i : Tot: I-LTMAT: SI.SNKIN:! I) Ci.mmittee :0: """Ii..lfar...: I: EI. Ion
lieaaiHi for wiling leaving, lawn :J':.' I Mrs. IJrown. and Mr. and Mrs. U. It.Ketornay. I I. Moote. chairma i; !Edwin: S. It.a. Elx 110 Hendry Street Thane. 21.--2 I ruiRS.

K.SUTO Ave. <.!t''II' ur l Tampa I .ais :Xorri.i I ted
lure Cohlto.
.- Field Marshal Von Hindi are for a Ot"'l' suet l from !'age 1> 'I<:hl. \ XV.MiLerau. = tad
FGUSAL.K--overlaml;: touringjr; I Lute has short visit. S. II. Sirow. W. T. H. n.lrt.
accrpe| the nomination I Wester. S': 1. S 1'.11I It *f n : Tucker.John .
plow. and harrow flua.wt. :;; aa Its oandl- I III. \Jt'S.! 11 i. I: -I
4-11itp. -.. I Oat* for presidency of the German T. Rowe and W. V. SmHhwick! ,, "'fcmnrfh- u.i'i.' i- >. tire: J1. R Commitleiin Railroads.. Telegraphs onda .

i'UftittN'i-- .. .. returned yesterday afK-rnoosi fromTampa and Telephones: J. .. nlblo. .
; I --- where IV-.ty. chai.lt.in : Fr..hk ( )Morgan C. | lllImllrnllllllm! I!!11l1IlllllllllliII!I i! '((11II11111III11iHll J It/I(/ !I1llflllffHitF1I(111I! } ( : I I Il fi. ,
-- they have been for chairman' ; J. H. Harrell. U. K Elliott.H. : '"
I I Wekllin r. K. I U i liiii; n I. n. Stone.Joseph .
FOFt l5KNT-m.arlni.-nl. In the ISritiu.WKk. : .- Arcadia Orchestra :! several days on business. I ('r""i s. It. :M. Krisbie. W. A. I| U Kzell. !Ldais Victor.( F: M. Johan: illl eaat

1"..-.". lilh.: Available Ailult from F. IS. May Hough Hull I'lw.lM-to To Play for Dance!!I .411.' MacKenzie to:. S. lcow. !i C. II. Evans. K. K. IWIIard. S. C. Allien. -

11-1 1-% -Jl-&ll"| ; Harry Stephens. New York City CommitteE ., Insurance Shelton I :at
Kim Ht;\' '--two light,; lu>-;UHH-ker|>ini( The i j i I i attorney, an old schoolmate of ..UraM I Phillips airman; Edgar :W. \Vay.right. I Committee on Rates: Fred II. |I Unusually( (Good Buys in Acreage | StId
Su.inilaml !
orchestra Art'ai i
ro<.m... Inquire at KoKem' aidliii.-ry. of Chapin. is here for a month's !I, '. S. '\ GeUen. L. V. True.... Davis cltairn.aDY.. T. Hendry. J. J.
JJi Hendry Street 4.13air.Flilt : : dia will Jay for the informal danceto i
'visit ,
I and may decide to become a Parrish. XX D. Dell H.
be I I L. W. J nD i4-t1. Louis Victor. Pat C. i McKenzie.: 1 E
with IaNTtllI'tlc'lol..r nix with first and house at Community hall Monday citizen. \Vhitaker. a. :X. Kennedy. F. L. Byrd j Pat XYhitaker. Edgar XV. XVaybright. !: =: 22,000 acres Virgin timber solid tact. Will cut 42E
rooms klti-lu-n lath
night !
.loan in. AI'I.ly| | 127 1I0UKI. St. t-U.q 1 The April 13th. i Committee' 09 Journal l : E. C. ilay.i i Frank L. Byrd. John A. Taylor. :E: 000,000 feet. Has railroad through it, also a hard ::

.;"jnla-'I T-'urnb.h..d. al-meal :m act as patronesses following have: consented to II I -Today the Hollywood bus took a i chairman: li' A. Brock. I':. V. Trueman. Committee on State Institutions: I; E load This is a fine milling proposition

Lee St. 4.11tic.FOR full bus load of people to Hollywood! ( E. L. Ks ton. Theo Levins. D. M.Frisbie Edwin S. Dew chairman: E. C. May. t
Mesdames Franklin Miles P. H. and :Miami. Among those who went \Y.Y.. We..ler.Y.. O. Du'a II. W. n.1 .
H.NT-Iu..nl"h'i-.m';:; : : T. A. Fletcher J. n. Wether-
and 4'ra..ford 'trettie .tl.311'cornelKatero | Ticheuor. C. Wetmore. Charles :Miles wl'reIr.: and Mrs. J. J. Fleming Mrs.S. ington. S. (i. .Allen Branch Roscoe Carver. J. It Lyles.S. t=; 27,000 acres in almost a solid body. Cut over and t .

_. I Charles Sherwood 11. (i. Tuterhro. K. A. :Mowry and Miss Gladys Libbyof I i Committee on Judiciary "A": C. Fox. Joseph" Crews. ; has five hard: surfaced roads aad railroad through it. "
FOR RE.\/T-Very/ nice M. Tanner J.
by It. Randall K. H.Evan. I
week or month. 245 Lea St.rooms 1-lGtfc .. R O. Godman. Bonita Springs; i Ikmaltl [X Foley : Thomas \C. liryant. chairman: I. J.McCall. Committee on State Pensions: C -=: This i is a fine; I body of land for agricultural and developrncnt __ J'
Julian C. Rogers, Harrison Fuller.V.s. E. atJohns, J. II. Harrell.L. II. Register chairman : W. B. Bishop j =: i iUfjscs. I

FOR RENT-Rooms .t 4w8 Second SL The following" will lie on the floor : George K. Hosmer. of "'ort1): : \.. Truenuci. S.V.. Getzen. A. II.I S. J. Ellis. C. A. Savage Jr.. S. ('. Fox. j I k--,

a3tinFo1C committee: ers, and :Mrs. Hosuiar's guests; :Mrs.Kliz.llitth Wlliams.% :M. SMcCracken.. I. D.Stone. A. W. :McLeran. A. H. Williams. C. II. : kt''

KKNT-Furnished < room molrrnbungalow Messrs.V.. A. Cartier Henry Tanner Hick son and, daughter. :Miss Taylor. A. "'. Young. :-: 3,000 acres prairie:: land at only $11.00 per acre.'
;May W. J. Jenkins.V.. (:. :Masters. I
1st. until Septcmlxr: Margaret Hickson. of Pittsburgh.Pa. i Committee i i.OO
1st, 1-hone No.: 1U4. 4-S-Tlp. Committee on Judiciary "li": on Prohibition and Eo- r;!
Richmond Dean W. li. :
Graham Allen .
; and Dr. and :Mrs. Tyrell and :Mrs. .j focement
S. D.
W. T. lIen.I!')'. chairman; Edgar \V.Waybright : Harris, chairman : '' =
_FOi slatted ItBNT-4-rooms City u... Karaa. hath.. newly WilMK; fur-4U7 ; Powell." 'H. H. Petz. of La Belle. The rest of U.-\V. Jennings R. E..I XX T. llendry. Roscoe Carver W. A. := acres with G 1-2 miles of \ tec roat. A 300f l -_

ll -<;-Kor Uoulrvard.' 4-1A-3U-. Tickets may be purchased from the the bus toad will be picked u pat Kurtz. Joseph 'fewJW.. IJ. Belt J. t1'est." D. !II. Pctree. John A. Taylor = buy. -.- --. ( :

follow lug ('pmmittf'eIrs.: Richmond Punta Gorda.CHURCH. S. J. Ellis. .\. W. Weeks C. II. Taylor. = : .. '.
| P. Dusto, S. 11. Strom. Xorris : j ; I
WANTED Dean. :Mrs. W. A. i I
Cartier and :Mrs. \ld.:1'a.l
Committee -on Judiciary : j| Committee on Uniform Laws: If. :E: = ..1-....... ..
AV. G. :Masters.
mile surfaced road.
4,480 One hard
II. XX'itberington chairman I. J. :MeE:: acres. on
ENJOYS Pat C. Whitiiki-r. chairman; J. Ed :
; liOAHDBRS WANTKD-At-Z1Z GarrettStreet.
Good meal and room. $10 UU h'UIUIIIm'II'U'IIIG | Stokes FraAk" C. :Morgan. t;. C. :\af.1 I Call. Theo Levins E. :M. Johns B. :M. =:1 $1. :50 per acre. -. i m.$. :. i
week. :!' EASTER PROGRAM .
per 11 !
S-tU-tfc. I A. \V. Weeksre l H. Davis C. A. i Frisbie. S. Ii. Strom. R. E. Kurtz. =: -
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'VAST.n-Somt'On. 10 stay on placeand i i Savage 1..1. Heidry. W. B. Bishop i iCommittee James :Mountain. J. D. Smith. I =
I 1 I 180 land one-half mile road g
help with housework and twochildren. -- The members of the !! Committee acres frontage. '
Edgewood'Baptist unfinished =
: on Business |
Hood Phone, pay.1;>1--6 Apply rings Mr. t-I-lCc J. W.I'artlenon (Continued from Page 1) 'I' Sunday school rendered a I A. :McLeran.ore.; Legislative chairman;Expense: S. W.: j JA. X. Turnbull. chairman; E. L.: =: Twenty acres in seven year old grove-about half in g 1.>. ,.,
surance as to the finances for the ]: grapefruit and half in Valencia] Three .
beautiful :
ACREAGE : progran. yesterday at the Getzen. C. W. hunter A. \V. Weeks j Eaten. C. F. Kemp. W. P. Watson. W. = oranges. :: t
'STEI-A."ge wanted the
Have ruatomer. Apply| | at Hendry liro work or of furtherance of same.
call for A. Z. Schulte. 4-'- tp Under the trust fund system the work II of songs duets and flower I Ed Stokes. TJwmas \\-. Bryant C. }l. Kepler jr.. J. C. :McSween. G. W.I' =i, me for prices and term .
will be made permanent and will "
WANTED Inof $;iaul; on close i I inIToiMrty go songs were an interesting feature. Register. Greene. =. -- i
worth ..lii.II'MI.I'llly' Semi- on indefinitely. : -- 1
I 1 i"Come with thy lilies" was Committee Labor: J. K. Lylcs ,
nol Kealtr io.: IntL. 230 Fir t Ktrcu-t. bl'autl-I on
4-to-Ht c. There are now $30.000 orphans of :! fully sung Margaurite: chairman; J. It Harrell Frank X. i Official War Films 75:; acres nicely located East of Fort Myers: for = 1I'
veterans in the United States and of i I Elizabeth Elwell. i | ?200 per acre.
Recitations were I Carroll Pat 'Ah taker. Edgar W.Waybright. .
and women interested in entering this number.. 5,000 are in need according -'j I splendidly given and many of those. Louis Victor. W. W. West At Royal Airdomo( :; | :" I} .'
the An-ountuiK and Im-ome-tax !(i..ld.l'.r..I.ly to the official figures of the I >'4., { .
those The U. taking part showed much; talent. er. Rufus Tucker: LI: A. Brock. .
now :
United States Veterans bureau. j 132 acres land. 120 acres has 1-4 mile road frontage : v .
S. GoVt C years behind in Audit. Sal Two entertainments one for the Committee on Livestock : W. One of[ the most remarkable events | E
ariea $1800. to $$3KMI.( to start. For alaintmrnta |>- Already the work of organizing intermediates !' remaining 12 has 412 foot road frontage aLpo 422 ::
write Box No. 117 Care ofJ'reaH. and another for the I Bell chairman; A.V.. Weeks! W. of the world's history will Ite portray- 'Hed : '
giving Age. Street address and ( state and local endowment fund committees' I seniors, will be given by the committee Wester. W. It. Jotlwin. ..;. L. J. D'I I :Monday and Tuesday evening inE| feet on river. Six room house. };rjour acres cleared g
telephone number where you may 1 Iw. has been begun. These com- ]land with beautiful view : _
reached immexliately. 4-1U-1l-Uch in charge for those who. 'took part. I. l>. Stone. Fralk L. Byrd Fred l Fcrt Myers, when "Fighting in I IFrance" = of river. .
miUl'ts! will contain the names of =
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WASTED ..CtiH.U.IIEIC.t'or: prominent citizens and members ofI : j
Special' work. Apply Mr. homer, j I the Legion and Legion Auxiliary: : $$100,000 DAM TO !! on umler and :\a\'alj j Official) War Films will lie presented 1; =E ICO acres 1-1 mile from road Nfl. i R. A good tract. =
''Stores: L. A. IIroi'k. chairman; BK. at the Royal Airdome theatre. These
,. Fort Mjers! Press, Oi'ilre 5 to ;;:30: *(. Commander :Morris said. ]' j $30.00() i per acre. = kE t
unusual .
i Bullard W. W. \t'! lrrnoou f I I Rufus Tucker JB.. signal corps the photographic sec- IE

LOST :MITIfK: :TO -1IIUIIKRHXOTICB : : BE BURST IN TEST I K. K. Elliott. O. ;>*. Weth'rin&toD'1 lion of the American army during .IE For terms and prices S'e \ SI

Is, hereby given that thehoard Jennings. the last World l War. Eleven men ::
of County Commimlonrr of Ite.County. I
Whlt and liver-tk-ked Pointer, Florida. will on \Vedneftday the. ___ I Committee on }|iscellaneous Legislation were killed filming this super attraction -,
f..male.o..Ufy- 11. M. Sherwood.IXl.ST I. cth day of ;May. IYS.',.II.f to 2 h'c -k 1'. I One of the most startling scientific : L. V. Tiuman. chairman ; I I showing the armies of the worldin

4.-tCe the M. Hoard receive of Healed the following lands wile In Lee by tests ever conceived soon will be II Peter Kendrlck. Frank X. Carroll J. I IR. the most disasteroua war time has 1 1t'V..D I I IE -
i E. J. BLOUNT i iNo.
-at Naplea SundaySmall .. County Florida/ to-wit : made not far from "Fresno Calif., Doty Frank l'Vrd, T. A. I known. You will see scenes of I
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Walker's dog-white Plumbing with yellow Shoi.sputa| :.... ire, 'I' when the Engineering Foundation the I er. C. II. Evans. J.-jmes j our boys i.i training over here early
cording to the id Ut thereof on fibin joint research organization of the : TurnbuL' I in 1917. Con will see them leaving the 1
the Clerk of the Circuit 10 Patio de Leon
4U3tpMISCELLANEOUS"- eJa: .epf o Florida.I l 1..1''I American Societies. of Civil. linlnIetalurglr.al. ,, 1\ Committee on National Guard an,11 j 1 United States on transports, some of = 5Tiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimimiimiiiiiii.miimiimiiiiiiiiiiiii

I with-:a.his Itbidder I Lid 1 a will certified is.! required check in to the" sum :\ Mechanical and Electrical I I :Militia: Peter Kendrick. chairman; I'' which were sunk by the German sub- |= J t tf
i ?f J.KI.OO as and in evhlence of good faith. I I Engineers will construct a full Fred II. Davis TVioi. :IV. Bryant. C. marines. You will see our boys over 1 = 5r f
FOli KKPAIKS On furniture and Said Iambi are to lie sold. for canh. The j'
household utensils co to Wines 1:- t right 'Is riiierved. to reject any and all I I'size arch dam for the sole purpose )I, W. Hunter. Frank tt Morgan. Louis j there in the trenches, with the | S iimiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiui ;
Short Street. South of A. ;
pair Shop on I
4X L. and Boulevard crossing Kant Fort bhllame liy order. of tlu,. Board this. the I| .. I
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. 4-{".':._:., 'p'.'.'. The pIe.."Wood Call Man"John for Parker Fort Myers for 4-ll-2tp.stove peo' Quick COUGHS, -Way.. .to Stop Them 'j I .ROYAL. .AIRDOME THEATRE I Iw -;;:;: t'j I

p ,' .' wood 4-13-Gtp. Persistent. racking coughing which !' *. ...: : St-

' by rapidly weakening your entire sys !E t .. I,. S. Govt.; Official. : t
;i:>' FOIl I'KUFKCT, IIEMSTITCHIXO: : tem lays you open to more dangerous
,, quick service stue )J.r. IS. G. Thomn-. infections,can be checked often with the first i -
Itoeers Millinery. 2U 1lemlry4S13ra dose of that' old-time tried and j jDr.
.:r.- Bon : proved remedy ,
a <.. a e Bell's. Pme-Tar Hooey. And there areason. y:I 1\ J New War Film I.I I.
\.4.. I Doctors say' there Is nothing like pine i iI la
.:' : ,There Is a differenceIn tar qwckly loosen and remove the pbleEll\ !
""t'- paying; $360o.: per year Interest! on ,, and congestion which are the direct came oC \
IF4.ISw. Investment taking In a the coughing. while the y !KIth gives..
:: ::: annual mea from it while youalt I llleasant taste and helps: aootbe lrTuauotL
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...- for the proiierty to double In value Is often i_bow llD.P I
you are Interested lit the income fea- I I ton relieves the stubboraest cough. I "FIGHTING IN FRANCE" : v-:
:'lt'tu as I have the goods the )
f. for ro Immediate sea me at dvOvery ono[ and no oommlsmon i Pine-Tar But be sure Honey you and get substitute.original Dr.Dr.BeD's bell's I fl; ,0' I I"i"i

.{ Gi; ; to pay as "of'" wn the property-'S-Jith has been known for overapuartuofaantas i
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just the ncht proportions of pine-tar hoods / I to.- : >
wuiii a may concern : I hereby will no 1 i, and other quick-actmc healing ingredients I It Our Doughboys in Action the front-Chateau Thierry Argonne St. IlhelNoIan's! : : Land f C Cs'e
, lift' the j public, that hereaftercl which the best doctors 'have found to aid in on. : ;: *'
restiotuilMe aims orlet relief. Contains no opiates other '
I no way he quick or I= .
< >ts madeby Isahell Cooper, lroy'"ul t harmful dross,so can be given even to jaunt

my a I Ife. .John K. Cooper. 4 I children want the-best fine, a for medicine spasmodic that croup.often relieves If you j I i ,x 7:30 and 9:301'. )1. Monday: and Tuesday Nights : It

t111ETHE: BAUV CRIESIf the severest cough ovcrcujht. make sure tot I :
baby cries every minute for ca Dr.Cell's. Onhr3Qcataay BooddruggfcJ's.DRBELLS. :: ::
21 hours. !U does work equivalent to : Prices lOc and 25c -. J

lifting Washington its own weight Monument.to the Pr.topJohi .;;Huz. I i !

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-' .YOj.LYJitj.p1:1 l : .J- is Incomplete. without. a, trip, to. ', | Coral,. Gables tee Coral Miami i Gables and office America's, 231 First Finest Street.Suburb. For information call at the local i..., .: \!

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': -..1bOItl rr'm-t.4' .,_,. Seeks Foreign Golf Crowns 'h_ I .... I 11 ma ted from $;,000,0110 to SD!nfH' runt, I work of art to the nation. 1|I I first president;: Fried itch Ebert. which :' SKELETON: / ftF III'GE DIiNtACpCXE.t1tTHED 1( ,
-- '- j to form a fitting repository for the It is hoped by the sponsors of the :; amounted to approximately $50.000.; ,
I S5.OUO.ooo: > ) (collection now scattered on project that through!!: the gallery the I|share I recalled the fact that England WINNIPEG. Ma*.. April 13.-Prof.
"" xc I j I the trails of various buildings!!: .ff$ theI nation will, take' its proper place In''most expensive funeral was that of : W E. Cutler of the University of ManI -
f NATIONAL ART GALLERY I I Smithsonian which cost I Itolw. leader of a research expedition
ErrINMl I II Institution. Senator; the world of art. Just as England hastier the Duke of Wellington
1 ''Smoot of I'tab. one 01 the reRets."Ofthe national ,gallery and the British I the nation S.VHMMMI.According ,: for the British museum near Tenda-
Ssa the estimates in Lon guru.; 60 miles north of Limit.! British
,--- I institution, will sponsor trj'pro- museum France her Louvre and the to i
WASHINGTON", April 13.-Thf' ject. I Ii Luxemburg. and Italy her national don the expense! of President Ebert's East Africa has discovered one of the I
\1 1J 1i 1I I'Ma4I .J i! Sixty-ninth Congress will be asked to museum in every city of importance.1F.BN1 burial was very modente comparedwith largest dinosaur skeletons In the I'
I authorize funds to build a national i 1 I! The national !gellery: would be the -- -- --- the cost! of the obsequies for old word: according to word received /
focal renosiforv of all works. helong- when the
Emperor; William in last
gallery of art at a cost variously esMiaml -
fag to the Vnited States; not L' legally I III..Ilnl'd ; : I't"r: MOIIKKITKI.V/ : : city of Berlin spent $430.000:: and the here.The skeleton la estimated to be between -
i i i 1 / to its other tlf'parinl/I'ots. FOIL: n[ MKU.: .OF. VKK:*. KBKKT: : :I i imperial treasury more than $5; .')O.OOO 8.000.000 and 10.00U.OOO years
: Riviera call it, Cocoplum Oncea building is completed, tart advocates -- tin addition. The funeral expenses of old. It has a probable height of 2o
I ,I' t Beach will be the most popular beachIn believe, there will Iw .an incentive !.O.\r)ON', Apr. 13-Press comments Kind Edward were about $200.000( and feet and an estimated length of *0
J ; southeastern Florida. to collectors to Ie'" f their rn" the funeral costs of Germany's .those, of Queen. Victoria $175.QQ;; ) / feet. .
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Htgtu, and His Gleans CoBeU. They will.v..le England
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Silver l is the new name picture
applied to directors property rue. cam- ,
Cocoplum IJeath : -
I'atbe by the era men actors and actresses were ..
are filming Picture Company, who'to be seen along the beach taking ,- ? : :
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very famous Peyson Terhune's a set here, a landing at another point, < <. .I tfUiJI' > !l5 : : : i
story lilac Caesar's water action a few hundred .- i ,i.-j TT -- .
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Of such picturesque fame I off shore and the most Intriguing ; r

the buccaneer days was southeastern during developments were unfolded before II"
to Florida write that a novel Ferhune, when he decided I''I At cne very point eyes.along the beach is still i $13O249O3oO $i

of these romantic picturing characters.the activities -I r to be seen the remains of an old in Actuat'7s-h1es"

and made decided a survey of all, available plac'esj j j j who Spanish have galleon heard this which remarkable those people story 1 f
upon Cocoplum .
Beach as !I will remember having
i I the one Ideal location as : pLa.lmost -a

I, a famous home-site. This to is establish of peculiar of the Important characters.part in'the activities From j.
significance that the author 'j Rarther down the beach 2d Map '

I! years should also later decide decided the upon Coral a location Gables company where- j motion found( a picture most interesting stage property piece is rto which be 01 f ,, Tluary to h31'$t t

i v.........,.. "' ,,uL,,,uon_ lor. was tnelr., the. ideal Bay la An Immense rock created of lih'' -
proPf'rtlesand (frame-work, cheese cloth and plaster ,
I which will become not the site paris. which was the point f MOTHER high j-ecord of sales for Coral Ca- a

of one residences.home but hundreds: of palatial which ships were wrecked In upon this '' bes! was csta+5li p,bed on :March 31st. On that General Sales Manager C. W. Delong; and the .: soIoo or.

Bay. dose; by Is one of the ships gfaml t tal 1 d'd
Another striking:: example of the which of $4,919,411.50 actually upon etsplen work'ac- I
was wrecked and has been complished this
appreciation of this wonderful beach drawl: ashore. Scattered up and cccomplishcd: ) s lei! since January 2d was season. Arid in a special wpy 'JdiamiU,to bq

la no the father fact that Pathe decided that down the beach are many pieces o C ? < 'retthed. Tfio- tail ment of this figure is, congratulated, also; for ex eedUg', last yew's 8'catt'tota}, {111
could provide the local silver so short time 9
bulion a is
and stage silver coins : without a record
whicji '
color and 'true doubjjthe greatest record which l no other city hlkssever
presentation of the which were dropped in the mad rush TonJ Cablet the for similar r a b>d
facts so vividly pictured In the book. of ; sales organization 1 or' other work, and it.is confirming evidence
pirates to land their chests of ill- any real es- of!$highe t; n&k
Another fact considered by Pathe I gotten wealth.As :ate calec! organization of thtelcirid< ; .has ever established. of. the growth and prosperity; of the City. T
was that there "his
was enough action la 'this news of the activities or l record! compares very VawrrzibV
this wonderful story of Terhune's with the sales for the
to the motion picture i.T.irc \
company spread calendar
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provide not only 5-reel year of 1924,. a .
a feature buta the crowds grew larger until ever Y lounting to $13,705,897.59. t .
serial of such Intense Interest as (day hundreds of Interested .
spectator There is
has never before been f !always safety and.security m.foUowingVthe .
filmed. !
watched the unwinding of what '11'111! d ,
The hundreds of daily visitors who be one of the most interesting sari Ugh records are now an od! *I Arf with trend in real estate investments Coral Gables fesds in.
became Coral 5IJM.
,1'10' Intensely interested In ;;als ever presented. With the stag lau, been Gables.! These because it leads in
profits for
Coral Gables announcement of acquir:{I property still lining the beach and crtiblisht'd: since Coril G bJes' inception. Not ; buyers; 'The $1Q0/X\$1>,000 dmlDprhent !-

lag Cofplnm Beach as their Bay i|the natural Interest of everyone i In ii sales, but just as effectively\ beauty of only ,program of Coral Gables is keyed perfteci ,urth th"
front property. have found the beach .and around Miami to see Coconlumj S construction and in evtftr improvements, in progress and growth of Miami, and 1
to be of peculiar interest, not only j i Reach It Is very natural to believe I !. in / other feature which is mani.Sttd field for speculative opens up fcn enif rty7rwt( r .
from the real estate advantages and J I that within the next few days. II notable suburban dew -'pment.' enhancement'than CoraI Gailes"cvea"fififiYou : i iI"ov.ih

values but because daily, motion Sunken Silver or as Coral Gables successful career has ever off'ered heretotOl"l.. 1
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7r; -i I strides in Development now being Gables made,Let us take you to Miami and shout you the tetra, / '

... lotion is in including the plans forMiamZRkiira.w, Tnuupor-
(ree Deluxe Highway Pullman ". .
j 1 :' call at the Coaches. FOrFulf particular ad to -Joe." *- .
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