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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 17, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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41ST YEAR-NO. 114 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 17, 1925 PRICE 5 CENTS

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: NEW DESIGN BBNG- TO CONQUER PARIS [Amercan Pastimes Are Winning She's Queen of All Queens !BULGARIAN NATION


Foothold in Conservative Italy

CREATED FOR STONE I IS PUCEDMARlUUTiRUY UNDER :

ROME.: April 17-Serious I I I ally filled to the doors. And several t

of the drama in the United : weeks ago the Supt>rl"lnt'ma. seating
MOUNTNMEMORIAL -T 3.500 persons, was added to the list i iI I
occasionally complain loudly This house like several other large

growing ascendancy of the ,I ones shows the best American German _
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picture and point to the French and English moving pictures $ti ;t ;r'
.VTrk .1 f Bonrlnra Will Be Obliterated 6
tion of the stage to the I It Is said to the the largest in .; ;s.. 4 Thirty t.eneraU; and Officer Killed
Says HM Sereesserew! ; 'I
Sculptor >ew Yorker an Indication of America's 1 Europe and it certainly is one of the !' I Ky Bomb Outrage at
1 ity and uncouthness in most beautiful, it builders! having apparently 4 b.N Cathedral'
have Italian brethren in been unburdened by the convention I
no
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By Tho AixtrUttd Press) I y.y
NEW; YORK. April 17.-Augustus check the growth of of mere ornateness which prevails W, I

." Lukeman. selected as the new sculptor ., Italy of all moving pictures, : in many parts of the I"nited ': Ry Tae Associated Prmn)
.f I SOFI.Aprl] 17-:Marial law was
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for the Stone Mountain memorial pecially those from the United States ,
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I proclaimed throughout Bulgaria to-
The fact is that while And the moving picture has brought g-i
announces an entirely new design Is ;
: i day, as a result of yesterdays bombing -
i3 being created In his studio here to few people here who :I with it advertising on an American' I the cathedral Sveti
at
outrage
supplant that begun by GuUon Bor- cinema a form of art the scale to support the already strong : ;I KraL
: ture Is carrying everything :! tendency towards Americanization :
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glum recently ousted creator of the II
I Latent figure how 140 including -
projectThe and Is rapidly becoming the felt in many malts of Roman life. The J : persons

new sculptor says that Borglum's form of amusement of a large :! llboards! are plastered with huge I Fs a xh' Lilletl by 30 an women infernal and machine children which were
f of the population of the posters and the! newspaper filled
carvings which include the
I exploded. during the funeral of General -
ian cities. i I with display advertising!: to boost the
complete head of Robert E. Lee. will i .porgieff Six: : generals and SOother
Rome for example, with a films. t
be obliterated.
i officers are among those kill-
tion under 1,000000 and I The radio is coming slowly bUI'

weighty conventions and surely into Its own in popular favor (led.
Lincoln's Solid today in a state of ferment
Railway is
dignified rejection of modern Jazz just manages! to stumble alongin p 4?
I pod the wildest excitement is -
Coach Is Found ready has about ::0: movie '' the city of the Popes but the cross- prevailing
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f The military authorities
of them and word puzzle is having clear sailing
many quite large J:
---- ,. -- have established a curfew orderingthe
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streets cleared at 739 p. m. Al-
I BALTIMORE. April 17.-The 'railroad I CHOIR AND VESTRY I though all members of the government '
coach In which Lincoln rode to Zb ENTIRE SOUTH IS I fUDera.rS8nites :
were present at the
Gettysburg.. to deliver his famous address GUESTS AT SUPPER I I ..
at the cathedral when the Infoinal -
t on the battlefield In 1864 was
machine exploded: none were .
found today on a siding in the yardsof : 'AWAKENING/ TO I I ;
theW.stern Maryland Railway. i In recognition of the efficient work > ieriously Injured.
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M 'fh ;hlatorle but dlpliated car was : !i done by the choir, of Saint Luke's x

.f discovered by a Pennsylvania committee I Episcopal church during; the past ... i. # *- _* d.I .
.,: of the Lincoln Highway 'Association I'' Freigneux AUTO FATALITIES .
,. season the church service league | Georgette was selected from 20 girls representing as many '
:X' / that visited Baltimore. The --- --- .1 UTourilsimifnt of Paris aa Queen of Queen for the year 1925 In the ,
committee will seek have the For a long time French theatrical .. served a delicious supper to the choir i xnld-lenUui fete of Mi-Canuna. '
to New Worker ..... I :
r; hays
!! l t tcoach taken to Gettysburg and keptI stars have been coming over to con- sleepy South" ise and vestry their wives and friends. I--- -- ----- ----- ----I DATA T 4 GATHERED T<< .

as a historical, memorial.Stephenson's quer the American stage now two More Fifty-five sat down to a prettily dec- MELLOR & BEGGS

.c Yankee artists are going over to con- I orated table. The menu consisted of I DEBT SETTLEMENT I

;/1' Home quer Paris! -and with a production of NEW YORK April 17. stuffed tomato salad and celery NEW LAW FIRM BY GOVERNMENT

I .Partially Destroyed "Jeanne d' Arc!" Eve Le Gallienne where from North Caroline i fried chicken, cream mashed pota-
ida and from Louisiana to the OBJECT OF NBV
:Mellor and Beggs: is the name of '
toes, pot roast Jelly fruit ice
peas
; will play the title role and NormanBel ; -
ern boundary of Tennessee
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.: (By-Tk. MrUt4 Frc..> cream, cake and coffee Fort Mjers newest law firm with offices I'ff'll..q( Hurt'llqefoa (Ie DliTereatlateKrtwreH
Geddes designer of "The Mir is undergoing an amazing in the Earnhardt building.
INDIANAPOLIS April 11.-The number of little talks
A pleasant tirthns In City' and
large suburban home of D. C. Stephenson I acle" wilt' ) stage the play. The, two mation. according to Edward were made during the supper, every-I Fred IL :Mellor is well known in fRENCH MINISTER These!' Brought From OB-.We!

banished grand dragon of the are shown field president of the one going away well pleased with Lee county having been connected I
Indiana klan was partially destroyed surance Company of ,the evening's entertainment. I with the law office of R. A. Hender

J1ff-, by.Are following an explosion this I has Just returned from a trip son. Jr. for some time. K. Dixie Direc-fur ..f Finance Con.idersa- WASHINGTON, D. c., April 11.Attordiug .-

i.: morning believed, to be of an Incent seven states below the : Beggs.. comes from :Madison Florida tion's OMfeathms; MostRe I to reports received by
's diary origin !I NEWSPAPER MEN line. The entire region he Connie Looks Forward where he has practised for several Paid Secretary of Commeree. Hoover : as

.l'7 SUphenson' Is charged with losing familiar years. chairman of the National Conference,
w r I tack of aa Indianapolis y the1at-l assuming instead something To Coming Next Spring The new firm will conduct a genered on Street and Highway safety B,number -

'man' who'' died Tuesday from the effects' ,i AT T TALLAHASSEE air and spirit long practice. (By Tae Aswriatvil Press. ) of cities have objected to the comparative -
\ of poisoning self administered, Southern California and its R. J. Tyget. obtained some excellent PARIS, April 17.-The settlementof fatality statistic presented .
I If the South cutters from snapshots of Connie Mack and war debts will be one of the first by the fanni.ar
ISEtE 'CUIS MI1ED: TO.CETIBLESffc. t--tINlOYING JOKE of enornipua. numbers of.- other Athletic( celebrities, during cared of the.. new finance minister, ference. These objections are due to
.j' ..4-.i.mtHWt '"' )-;__...;.;.. .n.hn.__ have mi 8 rat; f d their stay In'tie City of P lms, Connie REOROAMILATIONoi GaiHux according to the friends: with I the fact that the figure credit to the

s [ii The BIggar-Padgett Company will j ward, the effects do not :Mack In thanking Mr. Target for whom he talked yesterday lie will I cities the total number of 'deaths oc-

it this ,week ship seven cars of mixed Cob. Reporter CoterimrTlorlda far as :Mr. Duffield could ( I sending; him copies of the pictures, j : first, it is said set about to provide cnrring within their. limits which are

4 vegetables, including express shipments lature's Proceedings ) LPltls-j the: contrary the country Is rites: "Am still wearing a heavy | LIVE STOCK a safe and working margin of cash the result o" street and highway; accidents -

:... consisting of cokes, squash Slight Error ing with rapid, assured overcoat though the weather is not for the French treasury and then I but do not differentiate between
eggplant and tomatoes. Prices are building roads, enhancing its so very bad. however it Is quite chilly 11 take up the debts which he considers i deaths resulting from accidents -

J. holding up well- Mr. Biggar stated. IBy Tko Associated Press) attractions and carrying out I enough to make the coat feel com- BOARD PROPOSED I the greatest obstacles to a com- which occurred within the corporate

TALLAIHSSfcE. April 17.-Newspaper ; founded plans for the fortable. Some different from Fort I plete financial renovation. limits and deaths which re.

; 113,.00,000 I> f'. S. men reporting proceedings of of every resource and Myers. I certainly enjoyed my stay ; I The new minister will confirm suited from accident occurring out

\: '' the Florida legislature are enjoying "Old South Is I at Fort Myers and am already look- One Member From Each District Clementels assurances that France side the city ]limits

t .WASHINGTON April 17. Unofficial the best joke of the season as the re- "From what I was able to ing forward to our trip there next And Stale at Large Is intends to settle her obligations but These cities feel that traffic con-

figure compiled here by arithmetical -. sult Of a slip by a member of the he said, "the most 5)I Spring." will negotiate closely as to terms and flitions on their streets should not-beheld
If' calculation indicate that the fourth estate. The story which has is that the old South- Asked Fer perhaps as to amounts. ,' responsible for the death of a

population of the United States willis been verified/ by them runs: ferred to up here as the SUE victim of an accident occurring out-
RIS
( be 113,500,O.bJ' July. An Atlanta, newspaper during the Sleepy South-his developed (B, Tk Associated Press) side the city who has been brought:
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r mid-afternoon Tuesday, telegraphedIts surprising habit of boosting. I LONDON. April 17-At eleven TALLAHASSEE. April 17.-Com- BILL WOULD REQUIRE E i ilEGISLATURE into the city for hospital treatmentor

BRICK ON BOILEYARU representative\ here to .prepare aspecial down there a man from clock this morning the dirigible plete reorganization of the State some other purpose. -
story Of' 2,000 words on the who was as astonished as I. its mooring mast Live Stock Sanitary board la proposed Recognizing; the Justice of these '
R-33 was nearing
f{ Workmen were busy yesterday Florida census.. and file- It in time to nia: this man said to me. I I at Pulham and making good progress in the bill, introduced in the TO MEET i complaint, the bureau of the census

placing the brick on McGregor Boulevard reach there for the "bull dog edition"In behind the times, compared I I I after an all nights buffeting aboutin house by Representative Davis of some months ago began the prepara-
,between Cleveland avenue and ( newspaper parlance, referring to country's ability to rouse the tion of a plan for dividing these two
t' railroad.TOl'SO editions that to press soon after l the wind with a damaged nOie.I : Leon county. Instead of having five -
the go siasm of its people. IN JUNE AFTER classes of fatalities in their records
\ the regalar'ditlons of the day are I "And the results are members oa the board as at present 19211 It is now proposed that in the ;'reports .

AGAIN JIEAIIS HOTELMEN out of the way, but which bear the I everywhere apparent All POISON MURDER CHARGED one from each, congressional district received from state and local

date of the following day.) I pIe down there have suddenly I and one from the state at large it .tkkedor registrars In the registration! area
Mate
4By Tk. Associated Press) To busy with the legislature to attend Idea that the South Is CROWN POINT, Ind. April 17.- LibraryIlroitrlaUu"! they shall shpw not only the cause or:
HAVANA April 11.-The Florida would be composed of only three > ; Highway speed Limit
I
the himself the staff
to story territory (which to a certain A charge of murder was preferred deaths from automobile but tbe
association, after the re-election Flared at ;::0 Miles
hotel man turned the request over to his: undoubtedly is true) and today against Mrs. Anna Cunningham : members appointed by the governor I place where the accident occurred-
of Charles EX: Young of Saint Augustine assistant for attention. The assistant dertaken to overcome that I of Gary. in an affidavit alleging with the consent of the senate The This will enable the bureau In tabnt

as president- left.lor home this gathered the data. wrote the Chambers of Commerce and that she killed by poison her own first would serve for three years TALLAHASSEE April 17.-The I lating these fatalities to charge the

morning. story and finally got It to the tele- civic bodies are!directing son. Walter Cunningham 13. the second for two and the third for legislature would be required to meet ]i I death to the location where the accident -

graph office shortly before midnight. the results of which are the first Tuesday In Juno instead of i i actually occurred and not to
each to receive $600 a
one year
year
Tired but triumphant over the a new concept of civic duty April, effective at the 1927 session I the community where the victim died.A .
THE WEATHER achievement the aid retired to his I to and necessary traveling expenses. circular describing this
relation of the' citizen C under provisions of a Joint resolution ,l let&r
home where he called th. staff man munity. STE\V ART'VRITES Provision Is made In the measure introduced to the house by Representative situation and requesting cooperation,

Highest temperantre at his hotel and Informed him North Carolina's Good I CAPITALCHARLES for creation of a state nrlnarlan.i f Taylor of Hillsboroush has been sent to the registrars of all
yesterday ......82 ; Well, I got off that .%,OO -word "Take North Carolina and FROM: i appointed by the governor for a term i county. states. Thirty states Including?

Lowest temperaturelast tory." lotte for example. The ; of four years. To be eligible for appointment I The resolution authorize the governor Hawaii have agreed to obtain the -
. ..<6 back the veterinarian -
night "Good. came complimentary : to this position a
state have recognized the to call an extra session In necessary data for the bureau The'local
Rainfall. 24 hrs, to words p!( the staff man. l I would be required to have
of good road systems. twenty days.R.pl'eSentatiyest. registrars hare already been
I.. m, las. .... 23 Who did you send it to"? shouldering a material { i lived in the state for not less than I Davis and WUil.ams -:I circularized in three state and will
direction. NE "To The Ball Dog (Atlanta GaVwas five The salary is fixed at
Wind years.
taxes without complaint r i of Leon are to introduce a bill .be circularized\ eleven additional .:
Wind vet, mile. S the aid's reply. realize that they have to i St.000 a year as at present.I for a state library calling for appropriations state in the Immediate future. Eighteen -
Sky .t---... Rain Rushing to the telegraph office ey to develop their state "It shall be the duty of the veterijnarian of $::000. I. states, Including Hawaii, bare
.. .99 nearby to learn more about the mat- collect, and diet
.29 to
Barometer t. preserve I
w are prepared to pay the j t Speed on highway would be limit- agreed to obtain the data without drIcuUrizaUon. -
ter the staff writer found the Tallahassee seminate information concerning infectious i
--- for Charlotte I know of no ( e4 to 40 miles an hour with a limitof by the bureau of census.:
For Florida: Cloudy in extreme telegrapher trying to convince ity in the South that shows I contagions, communicableor i 20 miles In congested settlements I There are seven, states within the
and '_bower* In south' and central the Atlanta receiving operator that rF other diseases ol cattle. hogs and 4|
north / t steady solid growth. under the provtsiena of a bill introduced 4 registration area which nave not s*
tonight Saturday he was not trying to "kid" the receiver tr other domestic animals." the bill provides J
portions "There is a new Ford by Representative Uarrif of yet pledged: full cooperation with the j
him the address of
and but giving methods
moderate northeast was and prescribes I I
showers:
turning out 200 cars a ? piaella county. bureau. _A
winds- .a it had :been filed. t '.F treatment thereof and for the successful _' j 1
east was told that It confines '
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t I % i eradication and control of '' I
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exclusively to the Carolina
-r;; such diseases All Endeavors Fail to Solve \
m
Guards' to Chase Bootleggers itself is evidence of a new : The state veterinarian would be It { "
ity, and anew spirit In that 1
I empowered and It would be his duty \ of Missing
st<' f In Their Own Speed Boats Jacksonville Jacksonville\ .Mobile Sekes New, j I from time to time to make promulgate i Mystery Warships

Atlanta.. Memphis. Nashville I< and enforce rules and regulations -- ,. t.
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to tor carrying oat provisions aid: WASHINGTON. April 17,- Morel Many of the lost ships, were last- 'l;
alert capitalize
In the treasury ,
-The being prepared
:. tlons now '
WASHINGTON. April : .pel of the.' Act.. and to than American naval have
departmentsActing Outfield added. The Sooth requirements 1,000 men beard of in, the vicinity of the West t t

ciallydealgtied l speed boats which under authority of a statute part be said, seems now: establish maintain and enforce quarantine lOne down to watery graves in a Indies. ;i.. t

ba'tt become common In: the'illegal enacted in the closing'days oT the the federal reserve s.teD1 or' quarantine in any of the 'score of vessels that have disappeared The department ha*. listed these '
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and commies or ,part of the counties, or from the face of the earth withouta vessels as missing, without'a trace
Rum row of disfavor Bank 1
*ellvery traffic between CStb. Congress, the department Is preparing degree
the coast. are to be pressed Into service to utilise the authority therein are Increasing and i any place section'or district within _trace. From the brig Reprisal. lost land abandoned hope for their recor- :
the state and to prescribe quaran- in September 1777 to the tug Conestoga -. > ,
cry
to ; .
the warrant the
whenever captured. In war conferred to use vessels and vehicles actuality .
enforce the.blockade. under regulars seized in the process of enforcing the descriptive term tine districts, regions and areas their i t that disappeared la the Pacifier)j' Reprisal lost September "1777:_ i i :
*} Volstead act. sound. P. STEWARTA location and boundaries and to, restrict In 1921. there 'f a chapter of tsu sl. General Gates. 1777; Saratoga 1781: I

The new regulations are 'to be promulgated i Johnson City, Tenn. stralsht-from-the-s boulder regulate or prohibit the movement history CB which! the navy departmentis Insurgent 1800.Pickering; 180; ;
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.r : the meantime the Impressed Mr. :: or transportation of cattle able to thr *r but little Jiiht- Hamilton. 1813; Wasp lit 1814; '
May 1. In ticularly I talk on Washington affairs.' ThatIs t .
Ewry CMUmer_B*.*."beredtta had been in hogs or other domestic animals Into. Ou .tand'Jlt among, the caaacount-: Epervier, 1815. Lynx 1821;, -Wildcat. i
government'wll{ continue to offer at I "I never what' Is going to be offered to .
Will .* Tebaee Dea\ rBELJ'AST. auction the :carriers caught 'in, the before, and when I got to 'I readers of The Fort Myers Pressin ''or' out of inch designated districts. P4'1u. d'\ rvvlera days is the na- 1S2; Hornet 1829; Sylph ii,. 1139;., !I

Ireland. :April ItHgb. coastal application of safeguards designed City, in the eastern part of the Dally Washington Letter or area when deemed by \he state l rak'ca'L'cr ty;(>p
Wallace; a Belfast confectioner to prevent their purchase by I found there the most which will be written exclusively {veterinarian: necessary to prevent the Is a sa?r ql. fanciful theory but 11 i i&so; Albany J, with 210 men, l
'tobacconist.- made provisions t no official fat. 1854.' Levant U with 210 .
.aa4 former owners:: community spirit I believe I for this paper by Charles P. Stewart spread, of diseases. f men. ISM "
for':all his old:, customers While recent' figures are not available encountered anywhere Stewart has been writing for | Authority Is contained, in, the bill :Ihidnj( a w'de stretch of 78&r..1 tag; Xlna' sailed from :Norfolk t and!'

In his'will,allowing each ol them the prohibition';unit during the was very little boasting.; f this paper for some time. Now he I.' : for employment of as many veterinarians from/ the Civil; V.ar period to nearly i never: beard! from, 1910_ ;. collier;Cy-* ;.

a''montV* supply of goods on.the year ended June 30. 194, seized over "There they. do not tell will write daily: on topics of interest .. i as.needed, not exceeding ten. the World War ,r1- naval annals area clop, with 292 men. and 61. passen.
baafe otflAeir former accounts. "I Ua. country 5,214.automobiles tremendous prospective to all Ills articles are writtenso 'fn '*-;,rrvt'tc-out provision of the act: vod! of entries concerning lost gers sailed: March 4, 191, from Barbadoea t

WV7"allH&y; .old;:' customer and" an estimated total value of udJll1 population. or the'Increase all may understand. knows 1 All soaps and area aid quarantines -ihJp4.Ttre:; .. have vanished from theseas'sincs West ladles i and tug-ConestOBUwfthioar !
,well and prosperity, ? effect would be contlnu-* the beginning of the present officers and 62 .' -
valued 1 1l that ha < now in men.
aad 23' boats and launches realized; though whereof he speaks.;; Watch for \ I
.wr.Ia.ilL l "* board should adoptnew century, however, in spite of the from Mare,Island, Cal for Pearl Harbor ; >
I do" I ed until the new
The coastguard But
C -" approximately at 12 MS_ siderable. they Stewart articles daily IB The Fort
$70.000. part ofwktefc much vaunted safety to be found In 192tContinued -
l eft ] during the calendar year 1924,.,most strongly with the fact Myers Press rules and regulations under pro- Hawaii

r :we* to charity 4 seized'251 vessels.- (Continued on Page 4t .,4 visions of the proposed act. modern_ apparatus of. communicatlon..r. .l ( o& Page 5)d .
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r THE; IQBI JttERS P.RESSSunday. BABSON ON FLORIDA A SURPRISE PACKAGE *I CO hI.. .*.t

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0 .' Lb aln.l. Hrtrs. Florida.' % ,, tritlaj, SeventeenthWhat's ?
Roger W. Babson's weekly article on general 'the' Iattt'r' with Sally?"
Owned Tit pFIi business"conditions i is, for this week, devoted en-, at 11:45:
*- THE FO2tT'IYERS PRESS 'Incorporated and operatta.: ; will be given
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yOBCl EM10S3UE.! : rabllihtr peneraJJJaBarSood ( :: irely.to Florida. The Tribune prints the'artiden ''p.I m. by the pupils of Cwynae: IDlII.-. ,
this issue. I IMr. Admisison 25 cents. -
I "- aater.a.*.*---.'-eUM mall IDAUer.JoI&re 1C UU ta tblpra .,Babson is a wise and impartial commen-; / I tute... .
/eat at fort Alters Florida uwter the Act of March .. ltt'. .
tator. He does not endorse everything Florida will meet at theLesion
Forty and Kighf .
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ti a daily on March 14. 111. or hold that Florida will forever enjoy the actiity -}, home at T:30..:
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r and prosperity it is enjoying today. But he >
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XQCHEB OF, THX'.JLSSOCJATED> : PBESS qrri3ii of
..t' the same' time gives potent reasons! why these I The Young Men's Bible class
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Tta As odaU4 3rWa xclu41v
ly nrtJtVed to th M for I
Bitlkeatton of all. ..w. dtapatche crvdiud to it or not otbrj conditions should continue and why Florida | ,, the PresbYterian church" will enter
): .. rr.dn.t.Iattb1s1a0wepap.r:. : and also the local: now pub- arid : Itain 'Jlt'nrj's class! .to Dr.
bat.e4 be'.ini. t J- t--rt .. ,_- Should continue grow prosper. i iAs" i i ..ehtod'9
as.oA Ata,ot:.repoblteatioa .f a1 dispatch** borcia t ar a whole, his article Is one of the most j I church with a ,fish supper at
& number otrtawes
rw.re. wonderful boosts for this state written orj j jiUblished. casino. 6 p. m. All both
?-O, 8CB3 fiIPTJC J RITES ever I who can. wilt meet at
lit- IM.- CoUtor/ Charlotto I OuUtd Lo, Collier Char- p Its'wide circulation and the attention at 4 m. Cars wOlbe
p
O.s, tad Meatb-RcndiTr. .: '. Couou. -' .I'-i/0 I Ono lotto Month and Headry Cooatlo. .IS which the business! and financial world give to 'I 211 1' Kivervtew' provi-led.hotel Each lady 1 ill requestedU

t'brIo liontha U' Thro Month. _.;1:90: anything Babson'says make it of incalculable I bring a loaf of bread, a pie. cake
eta Voaina ,-s.ts '811 Month. IM
i value to Florida. | ..
0. Teal' L0Ooh Tear 1.61 I or a salad-
t Mr. Babson says the Florida boom is based: I j jpon _. '
*"Tho W eldr Port llycri Pre.- OoO Year I t I
TfcoV*.Uy Jort Vvor* Prow Six ifoatha u;: something more than fruit and vegetables i i J I Si. Loul-: woman stuck her hush
I It: is partly 'due to "the habit of spending a portion !; / band with a knife. Weir wasnl
of one's winter'in a tropical land..* There i is I her husband!
I
a reason for this habit because as Mr. Babson I
SUSTAINING MEMBER has
l .._ _. says, going to Florida for from two weeks to four I CH PIVAS New York phone company heroism. none
( EDITORIALl months in the winter increases life by from five awarded six medils for
Naf(41rA1( for being polite.
.6 ten years. I going: to phone users j
X925 "There Is a real basis for Florida's boom. have called
t They
!, : ASS UATION.abet In most sections, according to Mr. Babson, I r a 1 1 IS111kh71tl I Kwa off a from war.Turkey.perhaps to end it In J
Florida activity Is "just beginning." He thinks T time for their next one. ,1

,! ,Bntlerit'1niapapn F.bllsh.n'A.aeelaUa.. that next year will show a great increase over I 1
..:t. ,Yesbpr'FlorldaPree1!>> .A.." IaU4l'. this year. Moreover, he says, "going to Florida j I SI s It's spring in Boston where a -a
VmUr Florida Auodtted'B.CIe1 winters may become a great new industry like the |I housekeeper

Y<." Y.Irbei' .th I flotUa' : Pn!'t Atioclatloa.; .. movie industry ''the automobile industry and the'
"! : radio industry." I J

;" Mr. Babson!! cautions Florida people to remember State Witness

., Fjriday Afternoon, April 17, 1925 that California still exists. lie thinks it
has a better all the year climate than Florida. I I .. 01YArdvM4.

Yet, "a? Florida values continue to climb, they M
BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY .: will equal or exceed California prices." I +3s.
,
Platform for Labor and Capitals:-All Mr. Babson!! cautions against "the gambling

: things whatsoever ye would that men spirit and the wide open conditions," mentioning ,
t:"" do Unto you, do ye even so to them;*for Miami in this connection. He thinks this may

thins the law)and the_ R rophfct Matthew 1: 12. bring> 'disaster. Usually as he pointedly puts it, : ..I """ ,
.
his policy leaves a town in the ;condition "of a tk\ -j -. \ .
alien woman." He also warns against "irrespon-

TEE J'?,".. L$9 J FHESS:I PtlTFORJILoaa ibfe legalized subdivision-burglars.auctioneers" who are merely. ., .. 'k J


'- .. .aUbti 'iii. latl.B, In conclusion, Mr. Babson says that Florida

r A'hitep 8efeohtg' Plaat. for Moaldpal Water will, during th 'next'few'j-ears, "Offer the great
.: : "' est
.a i opportunities, for money making ever known
i', ;-.g tit Ir It .'rut cad ...Iclpal lidl.E. in Armerica." I CROSS WORD PUZZLE 18.!! Small house.

; fafb. .> .," rsdirer Florida fully appreciates the high opinionand r 12V. Small flies whose bite carries(
:'. ; TestJi.IRrlirL, the strong testimonial which Mr. Babson Do you know your Bible! Then see whether you can tell 44 horizontal I disease. --,.

Wn BH.f.UCnsccBt_ Beach. publishes to the world; and it is also mindful of without looking it up. \ %%. Lariat. ,'

,Doeper Slier Cba.ael t. Provide Entraice f rOc .his,excellent! advicTa.mpa Tribune. 1%3. Artless. '
4Ui oi1.l f T....l'C : r t?. 3 a S 6 7 t1l0 '24. Existed.

\ !l tk>'-'.f T.ea"CooBty'g Syitera .! Boadi. VON HINDENBURG ,vs. MARX\ 2C. Kind. i

C .pI Uoii ttI.TaailaMl'!TraIl, and F.-Ifjert- 1 12 28. Gender.
1sC, Von Hindenburg, at the of 77 '.h Cbarlea' Krusemark ot Chicagowho
!
tart JJeedI BIlIa.I7; age consentso 33. Winds. at,. McCUntoca mother
k ,. wJsepatlflatf.e.11Ilghivty.-laeldng. ) PlaaU.S' 01 run for: the presidency Germany. representing 13 li- 5 3::>. Escapes. '- of treated Witliaiu Mc ntock. whuoo
Cttep.7Zai..1.r.. : ..uuU !TrH Clear \\aero a coalition of the parties representative of extreme -" 37. Smell. .; death u being probed baa w M ..*
l.w iCaatl'...i',.C.at51t.i. .f lUjal Fatal '&I.., conservatism.; His principal opponent in I'39. Part of a stove. ihurlues thai uw mercury oxAidflea c
17 18 19
X ..;.r'"BM1e'ut t.iPaeta.Baua i the'election will be former Chancellor Wilhelm 0i 40. Hymn. were given iw Mr: McOiniock-dur ,
:U-Eut:Co-it. Marx, candidate for the republicans'who"alsn ren-. 41. Corded cloths. U>B Her fatal tUneaa An utOM) oo
l resents a fusion of those elements who fearbc; 2a 13 '43. To barter. the buoy stiuws tno.III bKhMMld
". .. .. h uf wer<:..r) Tt>. autO >) was pan
.Jt !ft* -- monarchism and communism the 46. Scarf of feathers. '
middle-of-the- D
wt OUt invvatigatlvti being maO )
4'L& RE : O 'REEVItOM= IiLAMEI; 't ..tl roaders, so to speak. 2 26' To tear. .,... WUUauu
: After ,declining the overtures ay In. Uio >UU Ui It* a&auiM -
x .'' -4. To subsist '
j \ 9l Xt J of the nationalists. Von Hindenburg Sbcpb..nI.cuHd' ot ,wuugdeatr
!t. was
.. In" leven'ygara; ; from '1915 to 1923 inclusive, Qverpersuaded by Von Tirpitz. former 29 ;r-- 1! 50. Therefore.. a "':('hnt k'. -

def ct1v.crjMmneylS-flues: caused. a loss.pf$104! ,. er. of the'German navy, and Von 'command-I Outbursts of Everett True By Condo
289,2QG Jn| ;the;;yiutetl.States.! : As an originator old, .brother in arms. 32. 3j 34 3S"

I 6, of.fires,.Qnly,JI\atCb\ ? ,and.,'8JI1okllg} have a great. -These influences would, in the event of a Hind.enburg I
er rexor ,than.chimneys .and flues. victory, create a distinct feeling of uneasiness 37 38 .9 I -c-E-YOlAJ l !f !(

: .. Safeguarding America Against Fire" shows abroad. Ludendorff it was who once
by photographs the.type'of chimney in the average headed a "putsch" to overthrow the republic and 4? 41 4t.
s'' dWelfirig-place which has*,caused this terrible restore the monarch. The German nationalist

loss. ;Tftere; is app re 1t1y'no"e' ; cuseior their.ei- press old.soldier charging to duplicity in the selection' the i 4.4 9rn'
'Islerice'Qth'erttiatrjthe, 'lcarelessness.Qf .the people replace Dr. Jarres'as head of the nationalist -

who live In the, b9usgs.where.they\ are located. ticket. They fear-and probably rightly
r -* foreign' faith
: fThesejfihimrieys'arejshown'.to; : have open "? in the republic would be disturbed -I

cracts) ,pe WLeien-j; hp?bricksjvhere the flames and should the old soldier be elected; that his
apaxcancAms ln.Qpntact.Jlth/ ( wooden walls. It victory would be regarded by the patrioteers = i Sa = : ui :
at home '
as only
makes one shudder.to,ihink.of the thousands o f the a prelude to the rehabitation of ,,
Hohertzollems.. ,.. -Saint I
,
helpless i children, sick persons .and cripples wh ''ent.n. Petersburg, Independ HOiiZOTAL: 3a. Moslem territory.'

live Jioiiflea.. where. this.lurking, fire is ever.tires- 1. Tube- .wltti a bowl at the end :31., Definite article.: .. .

ent;' ADVERTISING; IN THE NEWSPAPERS 'used-far smoking. 32. Incrustation over a sore.
Reflect 'for \ orjlGnt that the greatest 4. Number of years lired'
.: p. m 04A kind of a snow shoe; A Ss4I1 O A i rrlov
Y k11AWi1\, !a tta2itexa; re_!I1P.\Ch\ ; smoking... and de. 'fan the money expended for 7. Frozen precipitation.! 35. Family of fish which Includes
tes.t.i1{ ct iipneys, d.that' control' over' 'themretalR1o signs t along the roads-signs which advertising 10. To travel ,from place-. to, place to pike and pickerel. .! W7
are shot to lecture.
$ "ril; y, vgtththe, Jndividual. Losses pieces by hunters burned by woods fires'and 13. IJoue. 36. Eskimo home. i

caused y.t tree) } jigencea: } are almost \wholly blown down and overgrown with,' grass-waS 13.:; Whiter. 3S. Fiction.
judicially
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criargawe{ theindividual.: Such a record pf fire expended 41) Scythe handle.
to for IS. You and I.
pay
k' loss.from thue. ntroUable causes. is a terrible there would be newspaper space I''17. Lawful. 42. Vessels for flowers.
more patrons for
.the American for his the advertisers, 41. Giant king of Bashan conquered
arraignment'of
.average better
newspapers: _and J lower 13. Values. '
prices
,to the consumers by Moses.
negligence-or! indifference" toward, life and, -prop, j! 21. Confined to a particular ,place. 45. Steadied. 9
erty.* In the olden days guns made : %3. Balance. 4S. Point of direction
M were with bell- compass or to
France"the fire-starter is liable for damtl3teHV4
Tn 21. Moistens.
] : shaped muzzles arid called '"blunderbusses." Cape of Good Hope.
s agecaused'b bra carelessness.I The-fire lo&n.ec- scattered sot: hat a mortal hit "was almost They 25.:; To be sick. 49. Drugs that dilate the eyes. !
: of A obit a s1: ftijqfJ! than.dou. Je ml.the cle. Indiscriminate advertising is blundtrLus mira 27. Knots in wool fiber. 51. Base of the teeth (pt). St w
wt U.Jt d! u "'the : 29. Provident Insect., !52.i Venomous !
en.Jea } *f'J'-'aJJ f"Tv" y!ears publicity! and scatters ,so {hat".results are ,almost) snake.
tructipri"! by :fire, will aggregatinVpion'ey nil. I i PUZZLE ANSWER I 53. Earth.

r ar a1'Iliou? Land,death of 30; John Wannamaker'said: "Newspapers first I VERTICAL: RA tD r-
1. A small .\\JrO k..
;c !Wpe.. : -billboards ment second.) If ,he ;vas to make a state- P .t.'L. cgl"t.IPOTIS: I 2. 3.1418.

t- Ss.. -*' 'ROAD MAINTENANCE today he would probably,eliminate the billboard j Il 10 0j E 0 VII S :-1 '3. Treatise on morals. tit/ / a
altogether as .times and !
customs have I AS.PROPHETIiARE. 4. Collection of facts.
: changed. The pulse of the reading public.changed I PRE rN.II! E. R A 5. ..Microbe.

: t tTlje JcnJght.Qf;the sixteenth century wore armor when" ustoms.pid. !I FNID c.. .. A NA S N AD I fi. Silk worm. 1
and Ithe..cwordmaker invented weapons that The mau who was "so well known that I I I iUTES.R .PT.c; 7. Vein, way. "
don't ne advertising" i Is : at 8. Point of compass between north = -*---:'
1 ouJd,pierce.it; man invented a ..burglar-proof deul-.oi"I' least, III! SCA IRDS
there are'but few specim 'existence .AYE5_ ALE R I pole and Europe t' fl
sfe,aDd.the.burglar perfected .tool.'which made and thay I I 9. 1
rt the name imitnomer; 'armoured :ships with are habitat.cuttipg.asilittle; j ice'as if"Hades' ",was ,their; HAT '5E.. GO. uA'T "' 11. A Griefs.very small quantity.

twelve'hich steel plates were'invented and men'at AL .5 L 1 ME .TABME 12. Pertaining to air.-
once Invented nitrate powder:"and steel-jacketed The wise merchant advertises' liberally in .:S UFFER S.PIE I i< O-lftiPt. i! '
the newspapers and prospers ,fpr "what R R 0 Q T. 0 U'T'F' tRS .
buUeta"wnicFma3ilhe i armoured ship"a joke. a man 16. Ioles jn a retaining wall to drain I'll "
So has it been from t-theTcre: top of the sows_ ,that; will -he also reap." T '" Ale.. Pt tDIF oil wa.ir.. ,t tI t 1 ei er..o+VK +,e : I

Worl4}one man Q :tPl ,W.* ;' ; f r hiOM'N POP HIT A POOR 'PLACEs uv mevr nn II

; :.!:'1M'county fexpending 'hundreds of thousands -- -.- .. _,"A"
; ;of dollars for a system*of good roads and LTMi& VJAU 4 'r'5',1t' 95AME SPENDS : I No-i VJilS PRYING YO uvtxc c aou

ev. J day heavier and l heavier notor'yehid 'are HIS MONf1i MOM HES I Y1A3 BORROW tiF-TRfLN6- cRRGW FRt1ht KtM c 4sitf TMixO >NOR of 1r4ELL M1NAT IFi 'fHE 7Ju. SURE fND up IN
To' i'DoNTSAVE
PORh0119t
.&Hi, truetedr which will: soon'reduce ,'those SHORT >E\JCRM\ MOtd>ry tT20M i I VOUrUV&JT* ADO IX1.8ET W2 IL NI1tlE.t1T'S Sot; IF Guti6 YOtJ oOataE55.
"t'g ads. to resemble a nhp'pt'the chute's:"or theroad ,;PAW THlS-WEEK 4011 AGAiN W YOUR FOCK6T t lONt: 40118' 'wnAT iRH Ypd
ThiMTM"--, *ri". -!* < ikl 7Z CMU.bl5AO .

h "; b Is brie that.is;;provingdive f- QQaRREUtVCs ia

if4tlt to' 'arid, while is;:contended by somecongtl NOW, ,..?

; t s.are, _fhe solution,,expert road .
g;.M.even: concrete will ,not endures + ts' -
.heavy traffic, euse3ES9$8 I ,

"tLeti.QS*hope that maintenance and. upkeep a ".'r
wifJlNn'sacredly observed and some traffic'ordinaa l

passed;which :will save. '- the Lee county .0 ...
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,,:** ,1s.t eat r'takwent pf ,the ,Ford Motorpshaws t t .a

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.ta la' 1in.:: .--a.-net ..ain ofjinbre; thanvtifa a l/

.gwi.Ianaod.indicates that ,still : :ts,.Sr.:

.. ejrfe-arfi! uyingFord cars" than any othe 4t -L'-H: 4a ,..r

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ish movies Is the same practically, as contributing experts, but he cannotbe Chaplin who was starred in com- and Billy was a great one. Bitzert ard. In an announcement form gave his father's occupation I
'Behind told us by Peter Paul Feiner and Max burdened with the execution of all edies here by the Century company salary was around $300 weekly Howard has authorized: in the "lawyer." N I
\ Reinhardt-the great stage producer phases of production to produce a has thrown up the histrionic sponge.!' I which was-and still! is-big money trade press the director has I -
'
Hc \ 'who also is interested In the movie picture that will show a"" specialized I He is now valeting for Lew Cody. for a cameraman. But the camera- fully acknowledged the help Eight years ago the United States LJ:
rt-when -we were in Berlin and ,directorial ,achievement. What price glory* man's salary usually isn't munificent I II Andriot and his assistant. Harry the war. We'll let you know -
which we have heard reiterated by I enough to support besides a family i lenberger we get out. CENTS
Screen other producers abroad. They most This is a mighty Interesting slant Ah-hah! And' sssss"East! and a bank account, a press agent.'I You folks appreciate beautiful --
\ all have come to the realization that because it reflects Mr Elvey's appreciation Lynne" is going to be movieized Thus, one rarely hears of the camera- ies. Watch the "camera cranks" out'a Navy flyers will map the arctic.
movies must be made for the universal I of the fact that America Is a again. Emmett Ftynn. who so deftly men who are so important a factor in I help their directors make 'em. expenses. They should have E
in. market. Including America, If !,nation of specialists in all lines. The produced "Nellie the Beautiful Cloak the making of,fine! movies. I the art of the movies it recently when the arctic was
tle y are to succeed even in their own Americanmovie is a matter of con- Model" and "The Yankee in King Ar- William K. Howard the Paramount watch the director-cameraman .
(countrUs. because the American struction. Each man has his Job to thur's Court." is to direct the picture I director, and Lucien Andriot.\ the pho- binations develop! j I .
IiLLYuooiHOLLYWOOD ": movie te ousting the product of every do and the happy coordination of all for William Fox, poStponing plans for I I toghapher. are the latest pair to combine -I Man in Italy jumped 100 feet with !
i wJkr (country in foreign theatres. the work: mall JI Ines alone can result the filming of "Seventh Heaven": for I I in making outstandingly beautiful Few men are heroes in their egg without breaking It. They* 1JyI
I "England has not successfully developed in a good picture. this purpose. pictures. Have: you seen "The I home. Coolidge son in tilling!! he is crazy So do we.
this great new industry, be- "East Lynne" has been male sev- 'I Thundering Herd"* Critics have --- -------
:April 17-The pro j- cause she has few motion picture spe- Here's a. laugh for you anent the eral times in the movies. The last I praised the artistry of this super-I WAN
*
ress ot ,the movies depends npoa ." says the renowned but genial sHuati ft- Through public stock selling version by Hugo Balhn, the art director western to the skies. Many have I, SO acres on Tamiami Trail 5 miles out. has 1-4 mile
good movie. specialists. Englishman. fact she has few I the-movtt "bag" is held in Europe! : was pretty bad. hailed Howard as the "Frederic Rem- ] frontage
Good
Well now. that reads like a bromide i movie people. Those; who have attempted principally by the people. European I ington of the Screen.tany a dl-''I $450.00 per acre. terms.
doesn't it? Cut we put it there I to make pictures over there I financial powers are indeed interested San Francisco, twelve hours jour' rector we know would pin another j I Beautiful large lot in Valencia Terrace on Riverside :. :JJHar-!
because It tells in a sentenuo the I are theatrical folk. Their traditionsare In the movie business-BUT ney by fast express from Lus Angeles I medal on himself at this and sign his i: drive. Cheap. II.
reason why European movies have of the stage. In England the THEIR MOXEY IS INVESTED IN is a mere "location Jtnnt": in' cameraman on a eprsonal contract'
not made good. We were eating movie industry is Just an offspring of AMERICAN' MOVIE ENTERPRISES the movie-maker's life. laD y com- ,' assuring himself of the benfit of his I Three lots in Altamont park can be bought at a bar-
lunch the other day with a loa An- the theatre. In America it is an en- merely as a good investment, mind panies actually produce their pictures I services in the future. Not; so gain for a few days only.
geles movie critic when Maurice El tirely different entity, a child born of you, not because' they are InterestedIn entirely at San Mateo and In other I 19
vey dropped'by and explained why he the necessity for a popular universal the movie as an art. That Is places in Northern; California, and I' Old Resident IIOW-1 Lot at Crescent Beach in Sea Grape subdivision
came to America to make pictures. entertainment for the people, at the something that Just ISn't-yet. others often go far afield in this tremendously Price $600. Good terms.;:
Elvey. yon know waa the Griffithof people's price. lengthwise state far special Death"I Hes -
England. Guess we told you that ""The English movie is a one man's Elinor Glyn invited Mr Elvey to .sequences had not eaten food for 10 days I Several nice five and ten acre tracts at Estero on ; ;
before in this column but we were job. There are few scenario writers her table next to our own and we James Mason, laying the berry in and was slowly starving to death. I the Tamiami Trail at bargain prices. Ask about these
over to England three times in the -almost no scenario specialists'There beard him enthuse over his-demi- the new Iaramount movie. "f=+uged Given up by five doctors, I tried a they are good.
last few years and have seen a flock are few art directors no sub- tasse: Waters'* and Warner BaxUr were bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, (a.hand,
of splendid movies Mr. Elvey turned title specialists. The director writes "Hollywood is like a great factory given a call to catch the night special which gave relief at once. I am 75 Have three nice Lots in Royal Palm Park at exceptionally rfe,
out. and we know how much hU erst. the scenario plans the settings di- It is a city of workers. No matter to San Francisco just as nonchalantly years old and would have died but I good buys. the
while boss. Sir Oswald Stoll, has re-its, cuts and titles the picture. It how early I rise or how late I retire, as if they were to appear at I for your wonderful mediome The: 200 acres on Tamiami Trail Eleven :Miles From fr, 'in
missed him.Elver's I ia, too many jobs for one man! A the movie people are always rushing the studio at 9 a. m. And sure jaundice is all' gone and I am gaining -: the City t theFeb
trail it is Rail
., story of the failure of Brit- director should collaborate with other around-still working. Folk work enough at 9 the next morning they appetite and strength every davIt :' I splits on Road near station $150.00 per
.. longer hours here than in any other were "shooting' 'this sea yarn on is a simple harmless preparation : acre acre. R-
place in the world. No wonder they board ship at the Golden Gate. I that removes the catarrbal mucus :
f1lfS Two nice lots in Greenwood park at a real bargain. I a
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-1 succeed. They seem tireless. Why, I from the intestinal tract and allays i ii "t'alia
they do not even stop for tea in the Remember how generous D. W i, the inflammation which causes practically -I
afternoon" Griffith was with praise of 'Billy"j all stomach, liver and intesftinal i
i \ Now doesnt that story take you Bitzer, his cameraman Griffith realized I ailments, including appendicitis. PALM CITY REALTY CO.Under 08
j' '"behind the screen"? how important was the contribution 'One dose will convince or money re '
N of Bitzer to the artistry of his funded. Hunter's Drug Store and Central Hotel Phone 419.I eco
I ppo. Chi Hong, "The Chinese Charlie pictures The combination of Griffith: druggists everywhere. IoIJO tile

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LBegin your dinners! under appetizing


';. .auspices by, serving a soup or buillion I ItI

'from our 'complete stock. They ares I

wholesome, delicious and nourishing.
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'-. the future of the embarrassment and TOMORROWRemains f

worry f. bills.: i > I I .

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, No 1 Tomatoes, 3 foT.'V.TT.:: : '.,.' _.25


Y :. .No. 1 Macaroni-Spaghetti, and


Noodles .,. .-. .1. .,%/.'.:... ...,.-.08


Malt-o-meal ...'. |,:.,.:*i1>\ .. . .-25 for :you to get :your Russell Park lot at the extremely low pre-development prices.. Tomorrow, |Ke


Gordon sliced beef: "S/s oz. ,. 10 first unit of Russell Park goes off the market for the season. Never again'will such remarkably I low prices pre


Olney tender sweet peas, No. 2 .22 :vail. BUY NOW AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. ,? ,- '" ;- ...
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butter 5 Ib .. ., 1.25'Acme :,.."' ,-,. .:..-
Climax peanut ,., 1; ." :<. : .:- ;: e. :
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.: --.: peanut butter, 4 1-4 oz. r. .: .14 '

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3 Me_ J. B. Coffee .:. . .. . .. .60 UNPRECEDENTED DEVELOP.MENT'BUY\ A LOT TOMORROW


.Burham Clams, No. 1.. . : .,., .20
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Pie, Peaches No.' 2 1/ . ... . .22
; of the most And
This season has marked some rapid get the benefit of this development at predevelopment -

Dpmino Syrup. gal':; ._ 1.10','... .',.% gal., .65 development ever seen in Fort Myers.\ Russell Park : prices. Next year succeeding units I : '

; .42 improvements have been put in with a speed never will go on the market at greatly increased prices. I
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Del Monte Peas :21 .,
t .. ,.. ,,f. .... ,* before seen in this city. In two months hundreds of Now is the time to buy for investment. Lots in Rus- III .

Diamond shelIcd'w lnuts, 8 oz. .: .55 yards; of sidewalk has been laid, nearly thousand sell Park should increase greatly in value over the r r

Del Monte prepared prunes .,., .25 feet of street has been graded and hard-surfaced, summer.. Development will be carried on just the i II II '

parks have been laid out and planted, and imposing same, whether there is a lot or not. This,summer development I '
Del Monte\ small peas No.1. .. .23 i
entrances have been erected. These are but a few will tend to build value, to, YOUR lot .

Fancy shipping:baskets ;,:455, .65 of the accomplishments. ", '. .. every day. I
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Swift\ Premium Hams, .Ib \. ,, .35, :

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i ; Walter REALTOR R. Kaune. Scarf Makes It Fair. Haired Beauties Growing Rare in U. 5., Says Expert olooms The report only orce that In a a honc century..- "\l yearss plant / FLASTEBIAG andSTICtO

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): '. Notary Public South America where It grows wild, 132: :Tournament M. Fort Myers
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Check up your insurance. a. A xa it bloom once in eight years I I
Drop us a line and let us' It has &seen transplanted Into green- I
give you some real'constructive houses under artificial! cond.tlons; its -
t { Insurance service. sa 'w blooming d.<6 i H much prolonged. I ; ::
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F E. Coleman frKT Except Sunday NE'S SITIESor
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a +aeehtNOSOe '' I is there any auto necessity -
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W. V. Smithwick 'col : drive by this store
Sanlbel 91M !
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to have
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Attorney at Law Bound trip to Captha, fi25; I you want"Everything.
Boom :3 f Sims Building
,.,'t-5;' Fort flyers, Florida for the Car"

CHICAGO-Blonde types art becoming I (proportion of blondes than oft
Bathing
: Fishing ;
,. virtually extinct, according a ,I dark children. This goes to show Auto Supply
to Jeanna Kuere. of flew York, i that dark!! children! do not suffer saI Fine Sea Shells
Land For Sale in Bench hair specialist I J xat 'e;, I I much from disease as do Won Jcs. I
., "The majority of the population i "Since the natural blonde has be. Store
I ION A sf our country reside in cities." ; ''roxne a rarity this particular type r ri
} For farther Information call at 46
sr in address faahlooable. Fiona 407 1
laid this beauty expert en has become more ;
,117> here. ''Only JJ1 percent of I Light out of ten women who border City Pock or Phone IS* 1 1I
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:: Shawcross & Gannont tF onr'Tast population inhabits farms. on the light-haired type, are. tint i .
Pytb an' Building rs There has been practically no tn- log their hair to become decided -
t crease to the rural population la blondes. Now that a hair dye has ,---- ,
{: ) the last twenty-hve years ImmJ- been discovered which: lacks tbeHawaii -- ---, .
,f, .1.., Palm-Lee Park: has' aa efearyfoetbealevardf s.aal grants are prone to flock to the Old-time poisonous paraphe&yleoe ,I ...1111111111111. :1IIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilltlllllllllUIIIIIII1......_......................}.............lllUll;; fl.( .
livelihood, andgradually their
cities to seek a diamine, women are tinting IIIIIIIIIIIU'II'I..s
J y parked In the crater two-piece' spun rium e.* the fair types are being hair to suit their fancy. One third .1- '. _
I with Royal Palms, reaching frera Me. rHIS kasha 4 I fOlf'- on I"ho-o.impl''''''' 'bred oof cf the City population, Awy x of the amount of hair dye sold ta awhile in Suburban Homes t
{ Orerer! boulevard to the Tamlaml I of line and oww. it> dUitinruotlo dark types inmve and gain ara f year b of blonde color. Bargains _-
tbe scarf whlob pasxoo thruuf.f pr ed ominance. Auk. -Experts maintain that different
2-10-U cuts at the ahoulder Th. Knurl u "This scarcity of fair folk ta WP: -., diseases attack dark and blonde, 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house, out = j
In shades of blue and araafmBERLIN'S thickly populated districts is because people. It so happens that blonde i house, fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large grounds-only 5 J
t : resistance b O eyed l' Statistics children have worse time daring)
show that children a
I : 4 DR. IT. IL CBACE greater :: miles from Fort Lee County Boulevard Low =
G1/ Myers on
by the dark types to disease and 47 bospitsii -her than those to childhood, while dark folk suffer
I '" ) | Physician and Surgeon I ', tha vamping conditions of city; accident wards wta ,_ahovr % greater more at a later ago." : price Easy terms J
!' .= }I I'*i OSlce: 15-18! Earnhardt Bid,. NEW CHIEF \ .
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House .147Voodford Ave.
r', !W!.' Telephone 82-Office 2 rings to Welcome ttr ta t'.io institute! of Politics at!picture presented by Luxor Pictures = Seminole Realty Co., Inc.! 1*

t I : '-'' House 3 rings STARTS CLEAN UP DRIVE Women of Many; Lands i t Wi liamtern: }la\\:\. 'I Corporation ncnt players and as Peggy features Hyland such prom-Lewis 230-lst Street. = 1 .

ft i Palm.Lee Park has hard.snrfacedI !Arabian Chief In"Shifting Wllloughby Richard Atwood, and =ITIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111111111111111111111111111111I111111111I111I111=
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r (M I Streets fire foot cement sidewalks, 17.Women will Gibson Gowland. !
I BERLIN April 17-Berlin has a HONOLULU. April ; :
1, electric lights and water on every i be welcomed as delegate ta the Pacific Sands"i I !IlIt1111IIliifIIIIIIIIIIIIfuilllllllllillllslilllUUllllhil! 1 } f.
new chief of police and everybody -
ftomeslte .:S-lO-tfc. -
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knows it. Ills name Is Dr. Friedensiitrg We have the following for rent: -
July ()f this year tad Hawaii will appoint Mahout. a full blooded Arabian ,i iQMn.
Dr. Geo. Masgana.I ; and ha succeeds herr. Richter' local women to the en.clltJncoaunitteo f D. who was prevailed upon, to: = One store room East Fort Myers, on Lee County Bouleti =i
& VETERINARIAN who was swept out of off co because Barmat I' of the conference L> assist !veal a miser part in Shifting; Sands"i 1 :: at $25.00 per month.. :: !
.. pf his 'friendship with 'tb4 and entertaia thea. ,a Fred Leroy Granville production: :: One 5 room, modern cottage Allen St. East Fort ryers, ?
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brothers iaYolved In one cC the largest
French and American Graduate
Rabies Vaccination of post-war financial scandals.Dr. The main Obese dl jatica tabs pearte5 at the Airdome theatre { $35.00 per month. Will be vacant April 20th. _
>, rt Tags Furnished Friedenaburg has a far widerlew June 20 and the remainder *iU sail =i next Satarday holds a rather uaique;( One Ten room house Clifford St. Suitable for boarding '_=
four'[ patsttfew ta Tripoli and the Libyan 1 I -
days later tie ceaamee tai and house.
associates with | rooming
14 than one usually.
I years.pracUce.Elo.Anderson
.. \ been Informed. Tie Jtastraltaa ant I Desert where most of the scenes for EJ
_" .Ave.I ._ p t,Ptugsi iga.rSfislaL; lie has spent six I Out made. '1
eara.,in foreign,countries; chiefly In New Zealand eiea&&s TIlt arrive production wore WALTER ,R. KAUNE _'I
\ the United states and Great Britain June 1& Japan is B3eu4 t4 seal: 3: Re is the only Arab! here: who has'&ade _
'.1-' and is keenly appreciative of the horror -I delegates Jtogteffsg Dr.: X E. Goal*,. three urney.' (iy:'Mecca. An :: Realtor :: i

!I,*. U WhIte .M.avRICm-ATREE3: that the,foreigner. has of official who was pro=lxext is the Pea-Pnd e'.Ar). as is welt known, would givef I RELIEVES flT ONCE Room 5 & 6 Langford Bldg. E I II
I I! I 4- Jam C. Planer '- red'tape;and bureaucracy. He there education ecKferexce haze seTerai tea years of his life to take part in a i
c : I.KB COCNTT ENQINKERINa CO. i years ago.11le.JI a-.gri .age to the hallowed shrine of' I l iiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii I I I I I I III II iiiiiininiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiTT I ( I !
fore' bent sweeping these
t ';ClvU and Structural 'Enxlneenncia seems upon
CouultlrlC ers' o""DnIDaIf" bureaucratic cobwebs away as fast as ,g US eseJepeac* Is 1ifCta. JilllililiiiliiiiiliiiiiiliiiilHllilllliiiiiiiiiiiiliillll lllllllillliililllliliiililililiiiiiiuiuiil! :
I ..; Bridge. and Structural Work possible.One to found here a Pace torso<< : saai- "Shililn,; Sands" Is a Hodkinson' =!
v '.. Fort Urera. Honda.Palia.Lee .
task confronting him is that of
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fighting corruption and loose morals, ., .

,; > Park has eight hundred In the German capital. During the In- ; Lee Construction, Co. E
nation period all sorts of vices such '
,ti Lbeut1fnll1omel1tes.- t as gambling thieving and even mnr- = 308 Pythian Bldg. _
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j 5"Build % With The new ehtef'of police seems determined -

to clean up the city. He con- Orphans of Let Us Figure :
; :, t i!i J. C. McDonald !| ducts most raids personally and already Commerce =, .
his name is feared among the Curbs Floors |j
5-'i General Blcklayer.STL = !. ..
element that shuns the light of day.
,' and =_ The sew chief of police is much In-
f: Ceatnetor Ef terested in the international aspects riiiiiu.iiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiii. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiuimiiiiiuiiiinHr-i :

t i EE of the control of crime. He is of the I I:
Brick and Tile Bungalows .
'..' Snot opinion that the modern criminal has liniiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiHiiiiniiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! / iiiiiiiiiiiiuniuuiiiiiiuiuuiuijit, (
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nearly.every merchant's shelves a' few FOR SALE i
S : 55 sWby build fubitanyaHyt i 5: die-; ; : are : un- 4 7

: ".5';. i.t Box t7-Fert then L. closer the fast co-operation:automobile eta between, that the an ever police known( left-overs.: They have been there a l long time.: No -; Beautiful 5 Roomed Spanish Bungalow |< t

:;:} niHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiminiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiinilPalmLee forces of the different countries one remembers just how long. Dingy, faded and soiled, =:; Tiled Bath, Oak Floors, Cedar Lined Closets,- If ". t

t i ,t'-S Park has'already interest* J. essential.L' they seem to be edging away from their more brightly g. Garage Etc.-as near perfect as pps ble. .|_t '..

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!' people'eI ever,:irh one have hundred purchased l'ort.IIen homer Hungry,Rats Rebel: dressed neighbors to a place of seclusion. There is a Royal l Pam} Park.,,Come, in and.let, us show 'f:

ttet ZloBEP.A.IBllG At Diet of Vitamines I :' story behind these shabby little strangers. E- you-Small payment down easy :terms, 1 l'.
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St'*' -, furniture lawnmowers BERKELEY, Cal, April 17.-Some r A story of how once they dressed ,
of all kinds.and cuna Including, Ught taanuZacttralao. white rats, under observation for the werg md'and new, -. : 230-1st.Street. I_?

?"* Z..B. urine' effects of a newly discovered vita- in clothes as gaudy and bright as the latest, vial of TiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiii!! I t I I iiiHiiiiiiiiuiimiiiHiiiuimiiuiTi, ( ':
South o'L, R. Crowing mine, recently tipped over their cages t
East Fort i Mrer In' search of' food and seeing nothing 1 perfume from Paris. ...- IIUUIlIIIIIIllIIIIlIIIUUlIlIIIIllIlllllllIlllIlllllIIIIIll! I llIIIIIIIllllIlllIIIlHUIIUUUUIUUIIj&i I Ir.

else I handy started la to devour the = : .
s record book of their'activities madeIn They were sold to the merchant salesman -
the household science departmentof by a who

Gt, A. LONGBRAEE, BI. D. the University of California. knew their merits. For a time the merchant rememberedtheir

i ',: Temporary office When the class conducting the ex- II, Clean and Safe Ice I

at residence, 897 2nd. St, periments book ,was gathered found next in day.bad the shape record merits and told his customers. But little by little I

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'r ; Hours: 11.12-2-1 Several valuable pages had been these merits were forgotten. The merchant with his 3:

chewed out. The rats were still millIng items ::
many slowly. forgot even their names. New clerks
around looking for somethingmore It i
edible. never heard of them. .< 4
: drink or upon any. of '.

Radio Waves Caused When some of their fortunate shelf mates were advertised your foods you .want to. '

Loss of DirigibleTOKIO merchants be sure of its purity. 'f',
GRADY FITS GLASSES began to display these lines more! ,. :: J

.'.; Paris .. Leo. April it.Dr T. Terada. prominently and shoppers selected the be- Your: health demands, ,; ;"F.
ti science professor in Tokio University goods they: ,, ::' such precautions -.. ?? : f5
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ROYAL PALM< PARK SS3 last March with the loss of :. :: : find .
You will
i-Borderisg: Caloosahatchee. her crew, was caused by a broadcast called for and unsold the unknown. It takes ,little effort :;. .b .' ours unusually > .

River. All Water front privileges radio,Dr. wave.Terada was a member" of the and little time to sell,goods which everyone knows about. :;. .., g: ) clean,.freafronfsediment '". .... ,;>'1 i

reserved for lot owners::! 4 and impurities :
board appointed to Investigate the explosion jgM .
JJ, Sec T. ED. TATEN 3. and after it had ended its The shabby little ( S of,all kinds. : '
orphans are gradually disappearing. -. :
loyal Palm Park Fprt, MyershFOBT labors without finding a theory, he

continued his experiments. Coating a They are being given away or' thrown away to make Our: prices arereasona-w,, _' '
miniature of the with the aluminum .Y t;
airship .
I : :MTEBS JEWELBY CO. paint that was used on the room. Tomorrow they will be gone 3 ble, weight honest :and .: -*- ,.;

; ,| Jewelers SS3. he found that radio waves dir- f. s service prompt and regular f ,
ected against it produced sparks 'f ,
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measuring nearly an. Inch and while 3 ? : .
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yes First tested St. Fort Myers. FlalThe he has not folly disclosed the natureof I 1 < tt -r f-v 1. f: c J.;:;1ti
the experiment and ibTresfults, 1i6 .
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found the cause of !the flIapW''CTSSORES ., -- < 'f
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t I of Reed who had not wanted tbe fly and approved by the commission- -,

\(3LASSIFIED( ADVERTISING RATES- Personal HENDRY: COUNTY NEWS) place until Mercer's potato andean .rs. Attorney Tread well has prepared '
Mention :
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EIThS:- OLN'vAfy:' Ff: f fcO & FRAcfWORD I patch looked promising. A compromise 'i'tbe legal; form for advertising for bids

.J..) EACU JI.aUnc.th.ISSUE\ ACCORDl.: O'To Tlla SIZE OF'TYPE YOU 8ELICT.-.: By .Mary Haj** Dildo of possession for Reed and peas. I for this road work which will .W pub- -
w.N..lude the words For I, '
and Include-atao the name and address or box namber. nt.WaD ed.: etc.. beaa-"> and potatoes to the one who [ lisned at once Work will begin as

f-pt.'ttpe like this. 1 _nt a word fo* each day.' -Attorney "J. II. Hancock, ot Punta I LaBelle April 1C.-The case against. coats of arms. ancient' appearing had raised them i is pending: ;! soon' thereafter as is legally advisable. .

8-pt type like this. 2 cents a word'for'each' day. Gorda. was here attending iL. to .business Commissioner F. Boisclair for woodwork of artist packy: cypress, :t." Laundry tenting! i Vote ..f Thanks to Judge raldttf'1I 1 I IJ

8-Pt; type like this, 5 cents a word for each day. I yesterday. I etc.. all of which will be a revelation Laundry facilities are very poor J A rote of thanks was 'tenderedJudge

larceny of an automobile tire in County -, here and La e1le "weleoml'S the announcement I Caldwell who was present for
10-pt type like this 4 cents for to our pioneer rural community.J.
a word each day. C. \Vesdeneck
and wife with
J. Court today vanished Into nothing- j Hendry countyat y Yar.
made by Rowan Cort- so ably representing

J 10-pt. type" like. this 5 cents' word for each day.dvertlsment F. Howard of Tampa arrived Wed ness when the first witness for the I G.wooded Attanasio tract has of sold land a to beautifully !Monsieur -- right real estate broker of Tampa, I{ the highway commissioners mett-,.

I No & win be MINIMUM Inserted for RATE less than 15 cents for first InaerALTEUNATE nesday. prosecution stated under oath that I Don is Schiavoni of GI 1'3 rd. Baltimore and =New" York that be will I tug: at Miami recently. YN
tloQ. the tire which was charged to the bring an experienced laundryman R. i Cnrt linn.* ;ile Secured
modern bun-
Ohio. who will build
Advertl8ement. ordered PATS -L. C. Fltzenberg. and A. F. Peer County was not bought by the com a iS:'. Thompson to LaBelle to start a The location of lIe dry county's N
to run on alternate galow his family here for
and bring
cent word poor W'"N." in a".HUoo .to the rtCulal"rats on days b polut will type be y charged and 1 cent 1-' .f.Saint Petersburg arrived in Fort missioner. Tho the car on which the I permanent residence this fall. Mr. much needed laundry here. The machinery I. new $100.001 court house has been a

per.' con ni'er .Izea. Myers Wednesday. tire is alleged to have been put was will be brought from Tampa settled fact but the exact amount of
TERMS Attanasio has also! sold :320!:! acres in
Cash In advance used for trips pertaining; to County U an early date.Brother land which could be secured' was defri : -
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Denaud section to A. S. An-
otlc-No "Card of Thanka- -Resolutions"." Inserted for lea than -Chas D. '\\'kker.1.. C. Turner business and many older counties the Fort l..aiahrrh.. i, !initely assured in Judge CaId wells report
derson and associates two tracts of
$1.00 j.
.,' For and L. E. Gould are down from have provision for such use. Commissioner I A small folks who to the county commissioners in
your own> protection bring ad.< 'xbla paper Ie not L reaponaibl.. ;or mistake. :, adv..rtiwta telepbuned; ill. I Saint Peter3burg.. Eoisclairs political enemies Belle to !MurkIer Nord & ('ia. suitable play servant to a white haired todays session. The new court house

have persistently made capital of the point of the Sebring-Everglade
for fubdivislcns, and five acres to vcung-olJ man who resents being I
-J. W. Rlchnut and wife. D. E. alleged larceny giving: tbe unsavory { thought old camped here yesterday.lie will be located on tbe hub or pivotal
Melvin Taylor of Saint Petersburgfor !!: .
FOR SALE {I I Party taking 50TICK through ; Heomsdorfer and wife are among story State-wide publicity the same purpose. I Is called! Brother Isaiah and protfes j: (north and south) as well as the 19

..r..I..*' a la.ly'. coat from mistake the coat or room othi the arrivals in the City of Palms. inc!!: bent and ten years older than at **s to heal the sick and brine a ; Palm Beach-Fort Myers highway (east
KOR SALE-Iwo work mul.,*--will wll i I..r the tiny lie lnt.. court look- Ceo Howard reports sale of tht
Charlotte Hotel. Punta IJori came ,the room I and west) highways which cross' at
the world that
O. U. lleitmon. :*. the prophetic message to -
'cheap. 4-li-Uc "On night ** Jet.i.
i Thursday. April !th. much desired! and rapidly ilUapiMaring : -
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i* well known to me and 1 give this oujporttiuity Harry Brown came up from was told ahout two thousand years !llAifeUe. Architect ROIl ford ot :

!. 165.00.:iiSALE-Overtan4 Ainu Kordaun touring tractor, car diar- alien to no the questions party to will return lie asked theaanw. Everglades to spend a short tlm Tuumany; =New" York or ":\IainStrEet" river front acreages Hartnun! still of for Tampa !saleto igo :In,1
naDd harrow. Addr.M J. K. KtllrMcQrrtor ..Itorr..i..... I will Im forced to take such among Fort Myers people]:, Florida as ancient as man Cortright and >tutu the arrival of said Brother 1 i eeiri'itiona: ready within a few days
: boulevard. 4-13-tttp. legal KtriM as. la necessary which will himself are the politicians wolf also the t*m acre! Yank Wilkinson I land advertising far bids will follow
Isaiah. The of haired.
b* party long ,
very rinliarraaslng.
I shall
JGR SALE:Lumber and material In miffirk-nt. length of time in order wait to give'a -G. F. Harrington and wife are methods of handling human reputa I tract and a thirty acre riv..rfront 'oncbearded men and women of vari- 't on we.i .
t: warnouiie buildIng, corner Jackson the party tim to cunmder' return to the down from the tions. I tract 1 and t-! mile from the I t.i.II
and Bay Street*; to be taken down and bum..) "i0"1 hioh lake"- VASSA Tampa looking over city limits which sold for !seventeenthousand >Ust'.lies' young and old. come from I
Fur J Drainage 1. I..Lllllln
moved at once. Apply U. At. licit man. I J'SP..sM ti r"a. Fla. 4-17-liet city. !Riloxi' Mississippi! they say and aretrenarifig
i, 43Ito.YOR Judge; Caldwell John CulJwell: Jr.. I dollars. i ML tMiEAVOKS) ) : FIlL TO

SALE!-Used Cadallae car. or will %TATI.MK: : on-rup; OWIKKHHlK; -Marshall Soot Is up from P. Watts Hall and J. W. Christie \V. p. Andrews has sold the William to conduct meetings and i t'IM) MISSlXi SHIPS' ,..e'boo
JIANAI.KMrlNT.: ('UUTI.\111t'li I: It'.. possibly establish themselves in lIf'ft-1 i
trade for lot. Al.
C. Williams., Pythian have returned from trip to Okeechobee Poole property Bridge street '
a on
Bid-. 4-16-aie. JtEJIIHt.t MV 1HK: "tUr t.r ( O.! Naples to spend a few days .with his I try or Collier Counties.
: GKI.S: Ot'_Aiursr!' ti. ui: :, mother Mrs. M. M. Tyre. City where they attended a meet for 9500.) The building Is now occupied iiiciiwtY: WORK TO BEOICounty' : \ (Continued from Page II 4.
ron KALK-Extra Urge north front lot Naval vessels hate searched the
ing of the Everglades Reclamation by general store of the
.-;iDRlveral......" I*. U. Box %311310: Of The Fort Myers Press published a Commissioners. E. a
daily at Fort Myers, Florida for April -Mrs. Emma F. White and Miss: Association.; The result of the meeting small: town type which will tie re- seas for tidings of these missing craft. II'D
I. H.:!:> \I. F. BoUclair. Tho O'Brien.
FOR SALE-by owner. CiRaUea of the Forr.y'j but their fate remains a mystery. Naval -
the
Stale was o'ppointment of committee floyd before next fall.
of Florid! i Betty Mason both of Tampa were a
tib.at Iota on Tamlaml trail fronting \lJgill and L. N. Thomas ,*". '
Oolf link Boine luta within :2110: trot of I **" visitors arriving 'yesterday. to attend the State Legislature G. ('oldweli Bronilield recently 01! officer consider the case of the '
the trail! *iz: 60 by Hi. only IUr... toequick I County of Ie / among at Tallahassee for the purposeof Jacksonville and the latest aquiitioc, precaution at the last regular session I Cyciopo unusually! puzzling for she )
aA-tion. Also the heat ten acre auUniviaton Before sic.a uotarv jmblid. In and for I inder the constant advice; of Attorney S
near in. only a fraction over a I the State and county itfvresald. iierson- -J. A. Tucker, of Buenos Aires Is securing better legislation regarding to LaBelle's force of realtors la re was equipped with radio and appar- :"tI
mile from foul office lice J. It. Uavla. laity! atesrc.i.cut.ge, li. .1lu. drainage. Messrs Iturton. Cook. sjionsiMe for the sale of the Hedges
he farthest from home visitor in I
1:; t-II-tu.. having .been duly sworn ar.luig to law, taxpayers that the bond is-
tain last all and fairweather.
well
.-|..-a......l fwrii that he t* the publisher Fort Myers today. Chapman. Caldwell and HendersonPeeples property, five lots on Bridge street reporting
FOR SALE-thla week. -Two houaes and of the Fort Myers prem mid that thfollowing were appointed on the committee for $15.000.II. ue money i Is being spent according I She was !542> feet long. 65
H loin in East Fort Myers, */ block from '
law and Commissioner
la. to the test >f liii knowledge 0 justice. ,!
Boulevard paying: 1* and IS Prr ct-iit Income. andUlief.. Ir... iUatrnH-iit of the ownership -W. T. McTlereain S. J. Fraser. II. from Kroward. Monroe. Hen- (I. Morrow of Jacksonville, is In feet beam and of 19.000 tons. Theories
Boisclair even went so far as to of-
Also four larger resident lots In tnanagrBM-nt taint If a daily paper dry. Glades and Lee Counties respect LaBelle in the interests of his Belmont exist that the Cyclops was Improper.
best section at a prkor 2 days fleeXalle. Varner and S. J. Mead all from resolution
the circulation), et x. of HM aforesaid er a In the form of a mo-
: with Tictieuor Uodnuon.t-11-311"| ively. The sense of the meeting was !subdivision which he U beautifying ly loaded and split in two; that her
publication<< for the date !.lo..u in the I Lakeland .spent Wednesday io FortMyers. ion that the expenditure of all moneyn
FOR SALE OR "TRADE-Income"prop;; : above, million required y the Act 01AUlI"uat that nonresident people could not with !stucco office arch. etc. machinery was disabled and her radio -

.- my that baa paid over fl2uu.txt In .butt Puutal Laws:_. ISIS and enilMMlied gulationa.in _iHrinted.tlo.. 4U. possibly" know the drainage problem Work, has beta begun on tbe Ken- connection with the $$530,0 bond I I put out of commission and that
be
lOa issue for road work spent
nine months. Owner incapacitated byicknes money
.. to rare for It. Kelline at sacrifice. the reverse. of this form. to wit: .' -John R. Jack formerly of Fort difficulties here as well as local people Mill subdivision owned by Kelley & the Engineering Company which I I she was scuttled and that an enemysubmarine
One half cash rest tint.. Heet owner 1... That the names and addresses ofthe. do and an effort will be made to !Miller of Tampa. hunter Hand has iy destroyed her. but official
(::01'.1.1'9leading'
publisher editor of Punta
managing editor Myers this
710 Thompson avenue. 4-11-ite. now one would be given supervision of
and business managers are; In the city secure legislation requiring the the contract to clear tbe way and information regarding her Is whollylacking.
'merchants was work after careful investigation ail to "
FOR SALE- Ford touring car, 1323:I mo- Publisher George K. llosmer Fort My. Drainage Hoard of Control! la l Is' composed grade for strets that will be surfaced .
del. good condition.l T. K. Windnur. %ilFowler tnt Florida. yesterday on business.C. their 'ability and responsibility. Mr.
BU 4-1S-2IU.. rMitor ieorge E. Iloamer Fort Myers. of resiiienta flout I the Cladea: later. Boisclair stating that the County
Florida. section which will beucfi suffer The F. L. Greenfield organizationwith Men become exasperated too easi
ir
;; D. Hasbrouck. formerly of Commissioners'would this
FOR SALE-7 room houaeZniory hungalow Managing Editor rieorge E. Iloamer : in way be "
: nicely. furnished water, light Fort ),1,_u FlorMla.Busin Fort Myers no...' In the real estate From drainage activities. They also offices in New' York Baltimore, 'reed from the unjust criticism of the ly. In =New York a man took his girl

arage. On Michigan; ave. Best buy in ..m Managers,. George E. Iloamer deem that the best interests of the Tampa etc., sold 203'' LaBelle lots!; out and shofher. -
Iowa for the money. tM-e ,Uncl Ned at Fort M yera,.Florida. business at Punta Gorda. was here 11 or half informed politician. |
-once. IL O. 1. Box Ill Fort. Myers. I. That the owner la: (If the publication yesterday.,: Everglades demand that 'the engineerIn last week 60 of this number being Right .f Way Secured
4-JS-Jto, I Ie.own..1 by- an Individual bisname charge be a resident of the Glades sold In Tampa. Many of these new I
'- Recess of an hour was! taken by the'tommissioners' Is
and address or If owned by more Palm-Lee park a one hundred. &a4lght1
: FOR RENT than on. individual the name and addressof -A'party consisting ofIr.. and and 'will make an effort to secure LaBelle property owners are expected and 'with' Attorney I dins turned Into
each.; should lie given below: if the legislation favoring this.jchooi down here next winter and from I acre grove
Mrs. A. William B. Mackie.
p. Mackie. Treadwell they went to Fort Denaudind
publication la owned by a conwratlon the beautiful homesltes.' !..104fs.C.
J'on RE..T-Curnlshtd. apartment. ,2til name of the corporation and the namea Robert A. Mackie, and Major ,.. J. House BoniN. (to be Sold this and other indication hotel accommodations secured right'( way privileges I -- .. .'

: Fowler street ,t-U-tCe. and' addreawa of the stockholders' owning Whelen. all of New York City, came orids to the amount of $:>0.000. will and housing' will beentirely' 'or widening the'road in that district'
or holding ass rent of '
per or more '
FOR RENT-Die cool apartment at Doulevacd the total. amount of stock should IMo to :Fort Myers yesterday for a short be sold'here' Monday the 20th of inadequate.The preparatory to completing Hendry'start

Inn. I'rlce right t-I&-"tp.. given.) April'for the purpose of adding an- I ':\I ssrs FT and W. Beekman 01 of the 'Fort Myers-Palm Beach
Itaf...
,. FOR RENT-room* and kitchenette, fur- Myers.The Fort Florida.George Myers. Press (Inc) owner For. other building to llendry county's i Palm Beach'' have bought be-Torlan H. GREENE. PIANO=" TUNER

-, nlahed. Box or HOi unfurnished.City. Centrally 4-li-Jtc.located. .:. JlO IIK"I". stockholder Fort -Miss Rossie Mae Turner. stenographer / fine big -school which Is already subdivision south of town also thirty highway.Bids Advertising at OBC
Myers. Florida Is in town for few days
land three miles north ol
limit. The acres of
crowded over-
firm of to capacity
Katherine T. Ilosmer. stockholder Fort for the well known County Engineer 'Rover's plans and
.FOR; RE.'IlT-Furn1abed S,. apartment t-ll-Uo.iiii.e. )IyOrlda.. Hendry Bros.. left today to spend the flow of kindergarten tots are taughtIn I town near the old Marshall Field specifications relative'! to the road Leave orders at
:& That the known bondholders, murtgagC' while the entire properties and adjoining HenryFord's
_FOR RENT-Room* at 408 Second St.1Jtto.. ... and other security holders owningor week-end' at her home in Bradenton.She the auditorium cork which will iomo under the 1 R1VERVIEW: HOTEL
holding 1 per wilt or more of total was accompanied by her sister seventh grade has temporary quar- ranch. The transaction in V>nd issue was looked over thorough .
amount of bond mortgages, or other securities ters in a nearby church. The bonds volved $30.000 and the !Messrs. Beek 5
; .' are: (If there are. none, so state.) Mrs. II. Grady .Zellner and family.
WANTED None. will be sold by B. Vance who acts man are still here and still buying --- - -

4. That ,the two paragraphs next : Miss Jennie as fiscal agent. Mr. Vance acted in LeBelle property. Four new bungalows
B.
Mrs D.
Smith.
above. giving the of the.
.- -WANTED kitchenette- Unfurnished fonrad Crents.room General with atstockholderiwurtty. names .....owners if any. Coulter and'Oeorge Allen' who have this capacity for Hendry county recently of stucco in Moorish design are

Delivery, Kort :Myers. 4-17-1 tp.WANTEI .. contain not only the list of stockholdersand been spending the winter here left when the $530.000 county wide being planned by a Palm Beach architect

--Furniture to furnish three the. books security of holders the. company aa they but appear also.upon Incase yesterday for their home In Passaic bond issue was put over for a hundred for this aubdivlslon.Mess'rs. .

room apartment. Must be In good conditon where the stockholder or securityholder N. J- with the expectation of coming thousand dollar court house and Watts Hoolihan and Smithare Steamer
and price right. Box bus City appears upon the books of the $430.000 worth of good roads for responsible for the new organization "Royal Palm"1
4-i5-3tc. company as trustee or in any other fiduciary back next year. Dr. D. B. Smith. Miss
relation the name of the person or Carrie Smith and Miss Amelia T. Hendry county. The new high school -the Mis-Florida Development
HVA.VTED TO RENT-at once three or corporation for whom such trustee la act.
:
building will be a modern brick build- Company which has just filed a charter -
w four room apt furnished well arranged ing. Is given also the said two paragraph Mairer will remain for"several monthsat Will be hauled out in
close In. niuat I.... reasonable by small; contain statement embracing affiant's the home here. Ing like the present school house and In the County Clerk's'office which Tampa Saturday for the purpose of

,family permanently Office.Httc.located. Answer. full, knowledg* and belief aa.to toJ'nt.ir will accommodate about four hun states that the new organization is cleaning boiler and installing a new probelter. -
101 Care Press
Box the circumstances and conditions under .
\ which stockholders and security holderswho dred pupils. limited to one million dollars indebt-
BOARDERS WANTED-At 211 Garrett do not appear, upon the books of the .VISITS MOUNT VERSOS Dr. Little t. Sprat ,Here edness and grants the customary development Sailings Sunday morning-- from Tampa and'M6nday
S' -"Street. Good meal and room. Slt.Odper B1 "" *"
company as trustees hold Mock and securities afternoon from Fort Myers \& m.be cancelled.
has
week. J2tfo. Superintendent Fringe priviliges.
l In.a capacity other than that ot a County
boss fide owner 1 and ''thisaffiant haa WASHINGTON April 17.-General has been fortunate In' securing Dr. W. Smallest Florida Tows It Patriotic
i WANTED-Someon* 'to stay on place '
.V- 1't''I&I: : housework and two W. no reason association to believe or corporation that any other has person any- Gerardo Machado. president-elect of A.- LIttle. professor' of English 'in the The American Legion is father for REGULAR SCHEDULEr
Mrs. J.
'* rt1eaon. Phone pay.li'l.fmee Apply 4-t-tfo Interest direct or Indirect in the saidstoeL Cuba 'visited "Mount. Vernon and Ar- University at 'Gainesville to deliver the movement to have the beauties oi
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<;
bonds or oth.curltlea than > v > &>
as
Havana address at the "Old shown in
Glory"
lington today. Reports from the commencement a patriotic flag
of clone in so stated by him. will be resumed with
WANTED loan f5.000 Tuesday
on afternoon's from
;Property worth flS.IMM. Apply Semi- '. That the Average number of copies say ten bands have been employed ta graduating exercises here June 5th. raising observance on all legal Am- sailing

aole Realty Co. Inc, 230 First Street. of each lx.u..of this publication sold -or welcome him upon his return to the LaBelle'g Sew Snrwv! erican holidays. As the American tampa.'S.: : .au. .
distributed through the malls or
."T-: 410tc. wise. to paid subscribers. during oth"-I Island republic about May first. Leo Blain who recently sold his Legion has no post at Labelle Col "f'

,REAL ESTATE WANTED-Will trade six months, preceding- the- date nursery in Palm Beach. is moving to IL A. Dixon of Fort Myers. secured Passenger and Frejght Service.TAMPA !. '
;... ....v..a'nler Mormon touring car above is 1 lit.. ( .
aDd some cash as first payment on well (This Information Ia, required from dailypubllcatlonsonly I PAY MURDER I'[ \LTY La Belle where he Is planning to establish the sponsorship of The Royal NeighbOrs -

located acreage or Iota See Anderson.al .) I a big nursery of rare exotic Lodge under Mrs. E. L. Roger FORT MYERS ST.. PETERSBURQ
> Anchor Realty Co. 214 FIrst Street. .,- 4-iS-3te. Sworn anti subas-ittyd before me this (B,. T'. Associated Press> plants assembled from many lands as oracle. All business houses stores

i 1st day ; october1224.. RALEIGH N. c.. April 17.-Charles and climes. A truck load of palm the movie, etc-, purchased beautiful .'

.\WANTED.5 years fIrst TO mortgage UORROW-'I.600. on close In Cor prop-2 MAMIF3(StAI R NICHOLSON.My Steward. 51. and his son Elmer. '23. seeds cuttings. tropical plants etc., large flags which were raised this I Fort Myers Steamship Company

ten,. Box 312. Fort Myers. Fla. 4-tt-Slp.. ( Commission expires Oet 7. lOlL:! ) were electrocuted this morning for a were brought over yesterday from morning while the Hendry County .
.
WANTED-Salesmen-._OT, sellFort Myers i NOTIOE. double murder. last year. Palm Beach and others will follow Band played the Star Spangled Ban i \ (\ = _.

j.- ;.property in North this mimrm-r.. Ad- AH\ person Interested In the administration later in the week.* As Mr. Blain's I nero America, etc. LaBelle Is the ,
'- dress E. N. Kyle.. JOt FirM National of the estate of W. II. N. II III
:'Bank. Bid*,. Chattanooga. Tean. -J6-3tp. will
I ot. May. U 25. at 11 o'clock A. M.. I will In'a section of Florida so highly 'de. to Legion records to' adopt this .
.i'. 11 OST.LOST TT present all accounts 'and other matters (By Tie 'AssorlatrO Press) the East Coast pioneer patriotic custom and it is believed !- -- ; -!- ---;- r ;-
ttf. ; connected with administration of PCI HAM. England. 17. Tbe veloped as I I .......-;........:: ,.;..,!.............. ... a ,,_ _.
said estate to theHon.. N.-O.-STOU'RCounty April LaBelleis'fortunate in having been that LaBelle Is also the smallest I :'U UI U iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiillllllllll I.!I I II II.'! I !!"IIUIIIIIII.I,1lI .

-Ba containing bask book, his Office Judge in of the Lee Court County House Florida. at runaway dirigible R-33 was safely chosen by Mr. Blain. town in tbe State to boast a fifteen :: ,!
In Fort
f'*27 ..< tome rkangp. Mr*. C. E. Myers. Lee County. Florida and ask for mored here at 2:30 this afternoon. Ford's Rubber Nursery Thritlnff piece band.

Palmer, Split-Profit Stores' East FortiLOST a final. This discharge. 12th for such administration. : With the eyes of the world turned Motor Hub Dances Crow Popibr
I
)...lten..1 J .. f.U'Ie. ,. AdministratrixEst.' ; :aTcWt.5i. !\ Pp.-!. EMIBB SOUTH. with interest towards the infant rubber The Friday evening* informal I
c W H.'N. Knapp. THEATRE"
: -White and liver-ticked Pointer. "Ich. lJ-20-27-April 1-10-17-24 May 1-8- LS AWAKESIXG nursery Henry' Ford U establish dances to which fathers and mothers ARCADE |

eTfemale.! Notify H. M. Sherwood. 142& ing In Hendry county all visitors to as well as the sons and daughters of '

T!, 4-4-tfo (Continued from Page 1) ; LaBelle-whether purist, real, estate LaBelle come regularly are conducted Presents % 5

in man or Investor, ask about or go, to l In a way that Is making them a = _
1MISCELLANEOUS1Tlie are living American style In an
,I Use'Thet i. American community community see this now famous spot. "It is pleasant feature of local life. The BUS HAYS AND HIS SU ILAND. |

'' "Wood Man" for Fort Myers peo- ressWant which U proud of its record of having already past the experimental stage; ," Hendry County Band is furnishing E ," t.-a. -' -- =
Mr. Ford U 'quoted as saying and the music-a fact that explains the .
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for stove
pie. Call John Parker given more men to the Union I ORCHESTRA
4-13-Gtp. Ads for Results Thomas Edison says positively that recent increase in attendance and ,
ood. Army in the civil war than any similar -
a-U ij '" America will, make her own rubber enthusiasm at these family Cianc ..
community In the North and that ;
'
(FOR ROOM and board apply at BouleVvard .," 't Instead of importing it In'a recent The Countess de Moreloa'of Paris Those i
Inn. 141 McGregor BooUward when the world war came more men dancing shootin' high4aflut'Syncopatin'
"'"!." t-11-5tp. c'toC press Interview'conc':1'Mmg' his hew who has been visiting Mrs. E. 'It. n "

enlisted.l before conscription was patfnfo cacnum process for making rubber. Chapman is enroute for the Adlron: teain' pleasih' KINGS I
efett.than there voters
were
( \yS
The Old Hoi 9jj'' / ey in thw e UDY.- Oat at Fort Thompson several hun- dacks stopping In Washington. and :: DFJAZZ'S! : : | -

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dred small rubber trees are growing other points. = .
.New State
rapidly on the Ford plantation also Sir John and Lady Eardly-Wllmot S
i : ; In the mountain! region about Joha .
.5 a': seed bed large enough to plant (nee Chapman) who have spent the :LONG A FAVORITE FOR '" 1
= tStitS Pi.Mt no. s- 140M$ son City, where North Carolina. Virginia. .FOKT
ethlic.4 WILl- five hundred acres or more in rubber winter here with the latter'a parents,

'".::0I i. PREVEJfTH1M VOM tjCW tn "o Kentucky and Tennessee come vines. This rubber Tine which has I have retained ta tnefr ranch home F / ... .J MYpRS-DANClRS .". .. |

GM$6 HiS l5ilM. ''* = -. 43 t igeth r. Mr. Ouffield detected some been tea teet' in thf locality'will mature ,in. British, Columbia for the summer.
sentiment in favor of the creation of
; 1' within a if ear. ''Th :root system X f'W'' Attorney Arrives r '
; -litrEe.H a forty-ninth state for the unIon. the. Now'm! person all : yeek'atte |
fee .
Do once established the yine-can harvested IL A. ,"Rider .attorney formerly -- "
CM--' ViiS A FAIE state ot Appalchla. It will springup : ': :: t:
each year as prosecuting attorney at Zebulon. ;
S ABOUT iT.ibU5t Ikg "This.;" he 'explained. "would take ; : :
_.__ AyA.stt'tlbput :4t0r again much as a grape vine does Georgia :(near ,Atlanta), has yieldedto ARCADEts: : J
wO la'the 'reglow which once comprised : .
: Bo'1RvEEt.ikie: when. cut off. the charm and comfort of semitropical "
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the 1st state of Franklin. a forgotten
0 ,
Increase : See t **
LaBelle.
Tall
Beat Estate 1 He came to the :
commonwealth which had for Its ,:Also Friday > ;?* s .
lnxnrioui-'tUnces In ( 'w : .Qiy'Po1aNeg'i *
brokers has like Manning
where Andrew with : place and ( B.. -. tja1 t\, .... .. ,t 5
f capital Jonesboro. several eastern nfl southern, cIties, I who bought 'several hul drea' acres > ; tI -

t ,1/ HAS ALI.D PiO-2401T5 1S Jackson presided as a Judge. before realtors from nearby clUes 'and'local !and sent'for htf family '.rtho ( 'returning E -: ; : .,- : 5
p New"1 i"
EARMAPiO% the Battle of Orleans. '
(4 0.84 ETS real l estate agelltlaDd\ owners galore I' personally, ) decided to stay. .., feT CCr -_

CiT-fotEg. srI ,Mr. Duf field visited'the Hermitage; are making suck '" stir of. activity Mr. RIder'win be' the' second'resident :: -. :. .-. ::

I -I szSIeni Jacks u'a old 'home' near Nashville here-day and 'night-that no' one attorney in the.entire county of Hen. = .-, .A' .fIn ; -'tt- '" 4' '., =

1 ifln ) AT' and found it 'more Interesting hiatoricalyuthan ..- pretends to know'the value of any dry which now' has two lawyers. 'ani :< : 5' 4
.
I -, 1 Mount'Yernon. piece of property nnleas they have [only'one doctor. ":- _
a sj "You see there" he said. not only : 4v Eastr of Suez" :-, |
I Information that l is"only, a few hours Squatter Severtlgntj I .'\
the home of a great man. but a veritable old. Rural value < In Cona.fy 'v ,'
ideas of are rapidly CoWt'befote Judge 'J s f.i f\". r17 :
continuance of the times In and Iota with Bekemeyer Z. R. '
becoming sophisticated: to-day Reed sued '

which he lived. It Is exactly the frame buildings on that were priced I I Thos. Mercer for possession of '"'a .i| : J. P. HARRIS, Manager >. |

' same house in which he lived in exactly atf three or four hundred dollars a shack and acre of ground which ''lieI

: the same state In which be leftIt. few months ago are' bow eagerly 1s said to have rented from the Consolidated '

even to the old dressing gown bought for as many thousand by men I Land Co, Mercer's .contention -: j '" i

thrown over the back of a chair In the or'' yision from (the world Clf high(;"finance "was tha''P.eed had bea'absent ; : ,:

; room In which he died. Outside .UthVold ,. m' !"" "
___- who arrive in LIncoln. limousines. from' the laM bvegtwj''eaxs and "iMniiiniiiimiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiniiiiiiuiiimiiiiiuii. ; iiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiia
i>.' 'nsTh. \ coach in which he drove from And best'of ,all"many 'of 'these i that ;he had not'-lived'on It'Wt a few .

Pt cost, A 511.15 STstT 3"5 $ I IOM Washington in thirty days, and the new owners 'sirs planning' buildings weeks.' He further stated that ha had -" .....

W.Nc.s.PPeD v4 us werno y ssos'p old log hut in which he lived before PRESS WANT ADVERTISEMENTS
f4QfiB bL Spanish type architecture: .with ODe' on the place with tbV consent PAYj
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the Hermitage was built. -
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FRIDITFTER00V.. APRIL K:'. J.1 .
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I 1 :'-LEE[ NATIONAL FOREST J a II Remember Hiir"X In Murder t tT Belt !the see. State in a Hoard recent of letter Health.to Tallabal-1 Kidney Trouble& Bladder

w.ashll1gfonewar !of the Huslness and

St Dll'n's club expressed interest in the I HOBO KII/:\ET 4M BL4ROERi
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i I ': : W1L VIRGlN i S.tter T recently outcome presented of the Chautauquj here by the project CIUb.j!!i REMEDY a- '

; ..' She inquired if there was a I Kidney and Bladder troubles are
\ and stated that she ,it ready to par I' usually found among the following
:y CHARLES P. STEWART CMcotta' by the IVJar rout., tourists
I tI her If there Is. Ir Seiler has complaints:
., part
Another National Forest has been SE.I.rto. \\"rttrTPTASH1 orally "win| "Hint to Mop oT( -
been six months. The club members ; Sour Stomach-Poor Digestion ;
established In Virginia by virtue of for a look t the earth's hah jut gone
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NOTON NctxWlyy e5 trains |M*oe for awhile at K1 were glad to toe able to write her tiliousneKS-lmpure Blood Constipation -
; an executive order signed br President \ wnuU ha_ innxtAfr the Niagara, to let the peiMwiwrer iwe I that they made instead of looking,t -Tired and Sleepless Feeling
Coolidge announces the Forest north.pole wwrih Ooan Ntngc.rr the falls Thta mtlM. the ueotlonvtw money. 1 S Ask your neighborhood druggist t
i Service United States Department of e few am: Tmtey the !
) yar
win" ret the coffee and hot t i e a! about this money-hack guaranteed"
( Agriculture.The question. "To whom ."- nM tdog n< '+e ton, Amt If the United 1 I r
new forest Is to be located upon pn'e belong I* tntermtionany PO States wni ejre the pole will It be 1 \ I No real sportsman will shoot more treatment
I _!Krat that .Mswal) but tttwnt: drys I tb! > II than two ,spring poets In one day. I I lit,'>o Kidney and Bladder Remedy
i the site of the
Lee
t Camp Military II
'.en'* hat M ttev n dux-useed.' i. : I w:II put you hack on your feet tbeaauif
". \ Reservation IB Prince George County ,i
.... :: i'
... t 'I'AU IIf'I .1ntr W.s a lent winter 3s. + i II as it has done for others.
and will embrace about 7.000 aeres The Idea I* Oval the p*k M the LA.ST'.. ,. \ .' ., J I Ii I Telling a girl her petticoat is slowIng JI
northeast of Petersburg and close to horrevt wit. ..r .*tnt rrom .l. "K anuMMlly warm un.wualty ', .t I Is", a mistake beeaute they ilon IIOIIO MIDKINE ('OUP4MIteaumunt <
HopewelL It will be known the Lee void .'" JUM mbldhngCInasmuch 'I+ Texan '
as & wear them. I "
National Forest 1 GO! as .It's pact. It enM as I I
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: This National Forest! Is! created under If we ought to kDoNew..tb.. rr rt...,. I
f. the theClarkeMcNarr disagree .;I "1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111I11111111111111111111I
provisions of Section 9 of lees experts .

t Act. which provides Htrbert Janvrtn Urowne unofficial ; ,1 ..........-. ...'. I "{ ofY.' :" j jI. i
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I for National Forests under the control I T116 RAcio I but widely known weatherforecaster. :;.t....- '...... -. ;
f,.. of the Secretary of Agriculture, said he could make anaccurate :
A, on existing Military and Naval Reservations '(liE N, pots: prediction for at least l a /.\..\.-, I '$ I ANNOUNCING I

c with the consent of the moot anywhere to almost anywhere whole season. The go\eminent t ,.. :-Jj' i i
Secretary controlling: Jh reservationand ebeIn weather department said be '
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h: the Secretary of Agriculture and the day when it could be cojUnt.All: right.rejoined Not 90 many fears ago Joe coal I ,'". \' The addition of our E
'ta-
!. subject to the regulations and plans visited only by dog.power on a Browne six months ago. "I'U makea was rated one of the best pitchers 4. ..... .... I Cafeteria Lunch
mutually agreed upon dirt of tallow candle, at terrific forecast for tbe winter of 1924- lit thr, mojor leM"".... Zits ynu k" .. :;, .G\; .I I
\ There la no present military use of cost In hardship and the expenditure 25 and leave it to the thermometer two was his big asset then Well t r ._.. I Ia
I! the Camp Lee Military Reservation of months of appallingly hard to show w"'thftI'm right or herr h", is aa he lu"Ks.: today a ctn .h s i ii
work, the route'e shortness was Infinitely wrong" It will to exceptionally t>f th..t.r l University diumviid aspliwiita i = Open Friday Morning, April 17th =
will however,
This arrangement .
l Inure than offset by Its co1.L"Now And Jon. by the way ontlcltiate Ors Cecil Long *9 sins killed I = =
make the area available for future .:iimoultles. the winter of 1S24-5 1. over s .'H>! _lOOn 'n, his t,1.IrsUna l lplete Mr.*. Ors Fierce! 22 her rival tor i i iI
military uae. In the meantime the Now however thai the traveler "It was exceptionally '<"OId.tn- I the love of George Grn'hr It Hot and cold meats -
:
_natural resources particularly the can shut hlmaelf Inside a nice. unit hs Browne, -It was excep- .1 I The killing look place si Plaint i 1 -
timber will be protected and devel warm cabin and ay across it at I Mont She hall been sentenced to Salads =
C9 to 100 miles an .hour shortness from 20 to 45 year for the murder I
,
oped. broad-
K CV1.Dl F 1tionally understanding among I :Meat\ pies -
In nine hate
", It Is the plan of the Forest Service counts.Co .' tasters of the different nations I IPO'lll"E'1 teen Four amused women of murder years In the 11,0I =
to undertake administration of of The SandwichesClam
I Crosley jr. president I trill which tm. it population"'
this National Forest when funds are to whom does the north pole <.L; Crosley Radio corporation throughhis I I tlMUt Chowder
belong Still more to the I
available This administration will studio director, Fred Smith, is
protect the 'area from fire and trespass the point.poies If vicinity there which any land would In making: the first concrete step in the'Addition to ChurchTo Soup E

and sell forest products which .. sake a good way sullen on a trip direction of personal Interchange of Cost Baked Beans g
L, may be spared. The existing stand of cross to whom does that land ; mild.** Insist the w,athei Ideas. )'Ir. Smith is going to Europein ,
timber will be Improved by the Judicious belong department The secret 13 this June to study broadcasting: abroad I = Rolls and Pastry
disposal of the mature and de- Answer It belong to whomsoever Browne took hU temperatures from lie will visit England.: Germany. Hoi:
At held last by the Hot and cold drinks
fective material. finds it first and stakes It the vicinity of the North Cape Switzerland. France. Belgium. a meeting
land.
out Hence the MacMillan expedition The weather department relied on congregationof the Presbyterian !
which the United States readings from the neighborhood of Italy and probably Russia. -f dine Stains j navy la fitting out. Hence also I. Palm Beach Previous to Joining the Crosley or- pointed and architect will be at once
1 the Norwegian expedition!' under l. .eTTS ganization in the summer of 1922, Mr employed to make plans for the first "
Amundsen which already Is on tie one thing to talk about die- Smith lived for eight years in the
auditorium.
r unit of a new Ye Home Maid
1
way England. Japan and Russia _|_ charging superfluous.,- countries he is going to visit. During I I II
;L- are reported making similar prep- meet employea-; something<< entirety those years he studied the languages This unit will be built on the.8outb
evaUona different to do ItIMtBe side of the present lot and tbe old
and institutions of the
arts
Navy officer tike to tell about Printer George IL Carter tried U Sunday school room will be torn.
countries where be was living lie
r the MadW1&D plans: up to the and It nearly cost him hta Job- down to make room for the new addition 1
I Shoppe I Ii
will now take advantage of thisgx-
\ point where the visitor begins to may do so yet. Now aa mveetigntlon which is to cost in the neighborhood -
ask about annexation of the loa. has been started to determine pe.hence. lie will. prepare seveml# of $20,000,00.It .
Then. Shaah on that talk"* they how anaay o/ the aixalled Independent articles for the leading publicationsin
,cry.If" the very thing we dent buree_"-dndrpmdmlot: America concerning the European is expected later to build more Main Street
want to remind the ethos ot1.1UUJ ... any department-are worth having conditions with regard to broadcasting units until a complete new church i
e The regular departments building results.
and commercial radio industries,
propoand w>y Matfca at the could take over their .weak. It
lie hopes to accumulate a great, fundof Opposite Post Office
\ J_ pole nay develop lato a would save mosey and cut red OFFER: I'S [fSS'Rr'
J.- mighty interesting ,amce'Ting tape Bat. oh. what. a roar is go- fim hand knowledge on European' I i

'i any from Chicago to Ins opt, them tendencies to American with a broadcasting view of applying Dr.Iyrtle: Seller formerly of Fort

-- i :Myers: now director of laboratory of 1111111Illlllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIii
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7rJ Crosley Director to Study It's none of our business but Rome
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I, .__..... ""':. L .:].E". .. people look as if they' were raised on,11. -- R!
@ : ;\ Europena Broadcasting Ideas; of milk. -
\. """' '. lemon Juice instead II -

A flew Way To Remove Them: -- II. I\ .
International broadcasting has become super-power broadcasting stations I. Los Angeles; woman butted a robber -
ruERE is netting more discouriering a definite fact instead of a The vast audience has been awakened in the stomach laying him out.i iI
f to look at thab.n I
.- act,. brown iodine stain. And vague possibility since the advent of_. to the necessity of a more com 1- which. was. using!!: her head. iI I
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: toe* lodin has become much ay -- I
I ." common household remedy for cuts .
= i TRAFFIC MAKES VALUESS
and bruiaes. ,It U not Infrequently --_ I Iii
j .that a method for. removing iodine r. !
f stains la sought.I i it I
I Then are several ways but none 'I" II I
simpler or more satisfactory. thawsoap

sod as and Ivory"water, will remove A mild the soap tain I I III i Do You Know The Ballard Road is To Be The Connecting :

,without damaging the moat de- I
; .!tats fabric I I j Link Between The Palm Beach Blvd and The Ta-
; Make a lukewarm suds In whichto I

J 1 th.soak material the stained to stand fabric.la the Allow soda III II miami Trail For Through Traffic!

I until the stain fades then rub '
1'. t gantly until all trace of the spot
..*. con* Rinse In.'clear water. II' I 'f I '
DO YOU REALIZE? "
A fresh stain win com out & : I I
.' DOS Immediately an old one maya .
....' longer soaking rte. ,
.. t ors-O.. .,4.- .55.1. fr.. .. What ; t. ,r.- .
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