The Fort Myers press
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 Material Information
Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00094
 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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t Committee Work Being Carrie House to House :Search Made I I Statewide Search Fails to Reveal -

ed On At Tallahassee Over 1n.d '3 Tar Perpetuators; Major i Clue to Whereabouts;
Week End Among Dead I Bootleggers Suspected

CBY'Tlle AMrlatrd Tress, ) TALLAHASSEE.. April IS.-Legislator SOFIA April 18,-The death list of I '*,,, I .\ )large) mud hole on Marro inland,
; from which a terrible stench arises,
remaining over the weekend the bomb outrage at the Cathedral
I being searched today under the
following the adjournment of both i t here on Thursday has reached It*j It.!
i '.i:porvision of C ift. M n (Collier in
houses until Monday\ were today denoting including five cembers of the ulpr'l
Iplkf that it hold th&I''r.'t
I might
themselves to committee work. i ian parliament offictit dispatches I w
3r .. of the disappearance on Feb-
:,The Joint appropriations committee state. Many more wounded are xi t>i
: 19th of Sheriff J. IL
"ectcd to d;>. i iI
In an effort to complete Its consideration I :
Cox of Collier county for whom a
of.the budget, commission report I It is difficult to identify many of,! ..
s tate-wide search has failed to revealhe
grantee] hearings to the' various department : ; I he victims of the outrage: due to the!' Ix. II slightest! clue .

( ; affected. The tate road x -y t : :I terrible mantling of the dead which (Cox is the principal witness .in'some
department discussion revolves 0(40.15' the mayor police perfect F.R .
i a t 19 Intiicti&ent against smugglers -
i round the recommendation of a salary a- k five retired generals and former war
I I and bootleggers' in the :Marco
Increase to the chairman of $3.- Kdtda i ministers. I district aDd little
: i a over a year ago;
:300: making his salary $7.500 per year. : The Bulgarian government is tak pre-j;. : wan badly beaten' up by a m'ob while

Senator Hodges and others express ling extraordinary measures to f r I arresting one of their number Prior .,.'
the opinion that the chairmanship of vent furthen developments in the'terrorist Tt
k cf14hen to his disappearance( he had received
this department is one of the most a. 1 campaign marked by the at- I several threatening letters Cox paW
"; 1Mr tempt to assassinate King Boris and
Important offices in the state In view I : little heed to the threats. but his wife

of the fact that It Involves supervision and Mrs. Ward Burgess of Omaha Neb. on e had millions He work ; the bombing of the cathedral Large I who Is of a nervous temperament

over expenditures expected to run ed himself np from newsboy to the head of a large clothing concern. She ists numbers have of been communists arrested and and extrem-I bands-'! 'd.: "-, i,1;< -------t.I i -t City and two lived in constant fear of the ruffians
close to $12000000 yearly for the him thousands of dollars ot estate it has been revealed Investigation at
had confidence in him and staked an ported number of those killed \ouns mutt who .tn.. l'I'IIUL\ .1, I ,,,' t >ulda't say.
next few years. A high type of ex.ecutle left by her parents. Bad luck came along and forced Burgess into bank last night made intense feelings word became<< -hp 1 lad i hun! uuiy'' h. ,';d i, d, j h'r, ,|,. ii-HIS in her mouth After :Marco bas only brought tbe news
should be selected the genavjor that he suddenly moved disposing -
contends. ruptcy wiping out his fortune, even to the taking of his tome Now Bur I against them II taking her escorts clothes'' asd l automobile! the bandits obligingly drove her ) of moat of his personal away prop- I,

Repairs to the extent of $5,000 for gess is employed as a bond salesman for a New York firm : The government ordered a house to,, to the party. ert>.
house search of all Sofia. Soldiers -- ---- -- --
the executive mansion were placed II. \. reward of fifty dollars has been

before the committee.AD BANANA GROWING 1 1ON MANY IMPROVEMENTS patrol the streets of the city in I MIL\ RATE RELIEF EIGHT WAR VETERANS offered by Sheriff A\, Maynard:: for
II mourning and all the stores are I I II news resulting In the finding of the

SENT BY WinE II. closed. missing deputy and his family. Deputy -

: OF I INCLUDED IN PLANS[ I I Ii ASKED FOR FARMERS I. OF LEE COUNTY Cox was described to the Press by ,)
By Tile Associated rre..) FLORIDA'SP i Sentries of Sea I I AIDED Sheriff :Maynard: as &O years of age. -f-
CHICAGO. April 18 -The first display I
weighing ISO pounds. 5 feet !9 inches :.

Chicago advertisement; newspaper ever by telephotography sent to a- PROfITABLE CROPS P! FOR COMING YEARS : Have Strange Duties AND CITRUS GROWERS BY AMERICAN! lEGION tall gie!: >"wide eyes face and of red a nose tall"fightinc-slender

was transmitted today by tele- 1 (Kj Th* AoMiriatrd Press) I IRabe '

phone wire from New York to- Chicago WASHINGTON, April IS.-Annually build.Where' he went and how is a mys-

In one and one-half hours and Krturas JUnf From $1,000 lo $100 tort 3Ijer Bmliret Is $:!S.IIOO1 the coast guard is writing new and Interstate ('''IlOltCrf' ('uunnj.wn o.> Wilkinson I'ji 1.1 !cry that Sheriff Maynard has been
published in the Chicago Daily News An Acre; Plant tears 1 In Presented ('outmis.ioners thrilling chapters of marine historyby Would Be UC'Cloe..lf'C1 To Adjust l'-CIII Oiiirrr :Mojne Pro- ; tireless in his efforts to unraveL ,

Tito advertisement was an eightinchad. I !Six'; Months Hy tntter its protection of life at sea and itswar Freight ('barges dares K:...ults' Cities and ports of the state hare '

double column sent .by the William on rum runners but between been searched and all authorities notified

) H. Rankin Company. I HOLLYWOOD' April IS. The I The city commissioners met last Limes' it also U. attending successfully (By; TI-.. ,\ -fard! ( IT is) .. without the slightest clue being C
;rowing of bananas la a commercial night and went over a number of I to a multitude "of small duties about I Increased (compensation from nine discovered

I tnccess in Florida according to the J)I:Routine--:-matters: '_ ,.which ,the.pulftchears' nothing. Yr 1 niftiaure TALLAIIAtobEb.dasyMitsi: ,to Ap b&;naaoat it IS -.,..A- todhirtsy! dollars! !a..""MHfr _m qnO Lana '_ __ ... __, _' ,..M r ..

COlLEGMEMORIAl I Research: Department, of the-Florida r City Ma"hager: Cutter 'presented .j One of the most Unusual request, lief! to the producers of florid in has been obtained for two"disabled :

a sw zdT' I Society of America which U offer- suggested. budget for the coming ever received,was from the head of a the matter of transportation rates Lee county veterans of the world : BIll REQUIRES PAYMENT I

'ng through its president and founder and also presented the figures for religious cult for specimens of "the I and charges, now pending li; the state wig by the Rabe O Wilkinson post'
TO WILSON WILL BE Joseph W Young of Hollywood, past year This year the suggestion purest sands at the sea," wanted to I legislature will, if finally adopted in of the American Legion Fort :Mjers I

I JOOOOln( ; cash prizes for the names for the budget is $287,000 which of I'heal bodily and spiritual ills. A station the belief of its author Representative as the result of the recent visit here OF REAL ESTATE TAXES '
)f products best suited to the state's I I.course carries many new things that in the vicinity of Cape Hatteras". of Legion Liasion Officer Charles A.aloane .
: J. D. Smith at Jackson county,
TRIBUTE I equisites for manufacture. have not been included in past bud without passing on the curative qual- ] result it was announced today by
I II in conditions for
FilliNG I Bananas are the easiest crop to I gets but which must now be done.}!: files has agreed to supply pure sea'' the ,farmers and fruit growers of the I''A. H. Iseley post adjutant. BEFORE APRIL FIRSTValidation

I ;row hi Florida and will yield heavy For instance about Uo, OO is requiredfor sand as requested a |I state The Not only baa the Fort .Myers post
measure asks that the
"F School T.' Be Monument; ; To Ideals money making crops In the first yearor I the city's share of the city paving : The department of agriculture Interstate Commerce commission be obtained favorable results in compensation I I
In the early part of the second extensions etc. This year it is also ed upon the coast guard to can-I for deserving veterans butit : :
to relief this and Foreclosure ef Liens
Of America's War I I requested give in re-
year giving results up to $400, to I I planned to put in about 7000 feet of I place suitable for bee culture; 'to and also was able to place three men, I-or
President"And spect agriculture horticultureof Unpaid Tax Is \
11,000 or more per acre per year The ,I new sanitary sewer, and a dozen or 'prescribed conditions and free from ,i Florida. The memorial in fall in government hospitals who were Prodded Fee

yy.f plants under proper cultivation are : more streets will be paved but not objectionable vegetation. A propitious ', reads follows In great need of proper care and I ,<
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they were judged,"every man I practically free from insects or disease. I with the expensive brick paving that spot was found near Indian River Inlet | Whereas, agriculture and horticulture treatment. TIle relirg. of three lair (By Tile Asmelated! Press) I
according to their works. said Saint I has been used on the street work this on the Delaware coast. Samples of I the eases. will be r con<:<* rcl" bth? Veteran TALLAHASSEE, April 18. -The
basic industries
f John In relating his ,vision and if he :Many kinds of soil are suited to year. Cleveland avenue will be put j' marine growths "singing sands" and I I i state are of Florida employing toe of the s bwwaa. 'fotlovine.! the effortsof bill introduced by Senator Coe ot t
greatest -
i had been speaking of the presidents I I bananas. They must have enough back in the same condition that it other objects used in scientific study I number of its people and Mr Sloaae and the officers of the Pensacola and BOW pending 'before
I engaging -
of the United States he might have Irainage to protect them from being I was In before the Morgan-Hill Company have been gathered, upon request by the largest amount of It, capita! Wilkinson pest tAll he legislature to provide for valida-

added that, memorials were raised toe Irowned by the heavy rains or over- :began hauling heavy loads of I i the coast guard. Many times it has I I and the success and prosperity of the mea aided by th* Fort )11'era tion and foreclosure of liens for unpaid -

tbem.-according' to their works. I I lows, but will stand more moisture rock over it. by them, and then the wrestled with the question "What Is these industries are essential to the organization are not tubers of taxes upon real estate would
For in ,subtle ways the mark that Juan most fruit trees and do theirbest city will finish up the Job. so that it I the most dangerous part of the I(I welfare and development of tile the Amel"!-an Legion Adjutant Ise require the payment of taxes upon

f a man, has left upon his times the when they have plenty of it. Unproductive will be in good condition. coast!" propounded by some curious state;; ley, said. in way of pointing out that real estate before the first day of -...

if stamp that he has put upon the mindsof I lands along a ditch and A new health and sanitary inspector correspondent. I And: ; Whereas conditions now ex- one of i*" legion's job was, to see, April of each year. .

his fellowmen and the warmth that land too low for other crops can often : will be appointed and a new truck Messages in bottles washed up on that Uncle Sam took proper care of Unless the taxes were so paid the
isting not only In this state, bat in
be has kindled, In their hearts, is reflected be used to grow bananas. for his department will be purchased. the beaches are coming to be written I they states dependent upon agriculture all former service men and women. tax collector would be authorized to

In the monument that they Banana growing today Is a practical The Fort :Myers: Press commendsthe into the logs of coast guard stations make out statement of all real
are militating to such extent
build to him after his death. And this' : 1 profitable business proposition city for the plans it has for im- with progressing frequency. Recentlyone against these great and netessary: in- o. E. S. ENJOYS estate en which they had not been

particularly true in regard; to the nd they are being planted commer- provments and urges it to include a was picked up in a whiskey bottle :lustries as to drive from the farm BIRTHDAY PARTYOne paid and deliver it ta the state's attorney -

1 .'residents, of the United States lally by many persons. The acreage's planning board with proper appropriation the writer of the communication and orchard those who have been who would be required to file

From the atark and mighty shaftof increasing every year for its work just as soon ,as the saying that he had been shanghaied ;agaged In this greatt work. end to with all reasonable dispatch his 'bill
stone that has been created as an A plant will bear ,from I 6> to 18 charter is validated. Fort Myers has aboard a rum crafa and was being held 'orce them to seek employment InUhor of tie mn impressive' events in equity In the circuit court against

everlasting monument to Washington nontha from the time of setting de- reached a point where a planning against his will on Rum Row. ir. t t""> history of Fort Mvers Chapter owners of the property
lines of industry as a r
.1 f to the beautiful and thoughtfully )ending on the size of the plant and board composed of men of vision, n'.t: leaving thousands of fertllteres -I *; SI.: was the birthday party givenr Upon final bearing if the taxes

planned college; to be established in he. method of handling It. who can see what should be done is HENRY ASSISTS unoccupied and uncultivated: ;; ;d7y. April 17th. in the PythianbriVmg were shown to be duly and legally

: Ueorgia in the name of Woodrow W11- There is an enormous market for absolutely essentiaL Let's not waita ._ Whereas, the low re The bea 4 fnlly decorated assessed and unpaid the court would
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1 aon. whatever material from a presidential Florida grown bananas, as 4S.OOO.OOO:> minute longer than we have to for 'eived by the farmer and borticul I = I ': Mr* were centered by a birthday be empowered' to decree that ,they.
monument has taken it has unches of the fruit are imported into this improvement. cake. which contrived to be both in
together with coats the case and
; a
I wrist for his products, and the high
unerringly shown something of the he United States every year. dainty and mafnifirdent: and on :
'roights! he is compelled to pay have II ten per ant attorney's fee for the solicitor -
a! heart and mind of the man who Inspired Florida, crown bananas sell by the I f reduced the returns from his la- which "s:xteen candles burned. : for complainant should con
f ILWashington unch at wholesale at the same prices New Orleans-Chicago II o to mortgage I The Worthy :Mi'roa Mrs. Gladys I stitute a valid" claim upon the property
or that he is compelled
rose ,boldly above the is the Imported article seven tonight Brainard presid'. and introduced .
Plane'Carries $3,000,000 tis farm tb raise the necessary funds !::, fatron of
cents a pound. Bunches weigh Mr" Lauran. past
men of his time a tower of strength I o operate it. and is denied many of I I'I Should the assessment and levy of
50 100 pounds or more fA 1913 who vi interesting
courageous and far-seeing; a leaderIn )p to or conveniences and some of the save taxes finally be determined by the
) he
Ey The Asseetated Press
cents of the For: :Myers' chapter,
fifty pounds at seven per tory i I
a new world guiding a new nation I CHICAGO. April 18-The first airmail necessities of life for himself and I court to be properly made, the owner
along unknown paths. Ills loneliness ound means $3.50 per bunch. By flight between New Orleans and family I showing a priwth comtnfnaurate I would ,have the right of appeal not

and faith and strength are all embodied setting four hundred plants to the Chicago was completed successfully And Whereas the charges for I IransportaUon. with the city whew name it bears. later than sixty -days after the lower
conclusion of the banquet
handled and at At the
i- acre when properly
In the Washington Monumentthat K I court had ruled on the case.
in approximately eleven hours, carry- refrigeration, storage
turn is $1,400 'be regular meeting was -held in the
$350 :bunch, there
'rises with magnificenceover per Final decree in favor of the
abrupt ; ing $3,000,000 in registered malL : ind demurrage enter largely Into the I county
the city' that he founded. ;per acre per year. AirmaIl officials have under con- s.N business of moving and marketing I I I chapter room.MANNING would give the tax collector

C Facing It across pleasant green sideration the permanent establish- 'r. element power to advertise the property for '
and constitute a large 'I
))96 95: IIIECK Tops
lawns are the graceful stately pillars GETS .1o .. ment of this line to connect at Chicago F nr" I n the cost of supplying the consnm I I FORBIDS I sale.A.
''s the Lincoln Memorial. In the --- I'I't fee t>t $100 would be providedfor
of with the trans-continental east 'r with the fruits of the earth; and : BISHOP TO PREACH
The !t
classical simplicity of the white mar- and west air mail route. +; he laborer engaged In the transworation the state's attorney for his services
there Is tenderer state comptroller has received checks in such cases, to be after
ble building a Is paid greatly increased I INEW paid

note-,the record of a man of the peo- from the Atlantic Coast Line Rail-. Men I I wages) while the farmer's, return ts I CRy YORK Tk* Assdakd April 1*,-Press Bishop) William rendition of decree, and the ten per
aggregating $1,096,395.12 Sixty Prominent I II
(Continued on Page 5) way company ; ,,!' Yl pi growing less! and while the transportation Montgomery Crown, convicted cent attorney's fee collected from all

In payment of taxes assessed Answer Pastor's Query"What ra companies" ate in a position, m Cleveland i.1 fall for heresy, has persons redeeming or purchasing the
WOMEN against its property In the state for I liens or final sale. In lieu of
FOR upon
DSO ;,OCCCPtTIONS I to exact their freight and secare a I been for'Minniag!:! 1921. The amount 'received today this fee should the lands be struckoff
is the greatest need of Fort I I profit on their great and frequently c: t' KpHcopal 4 xcessive capitalization the producer New York : '"tch ton-rrow ia .
is the question which has ;
More than Myers
CHICAGO. April( 18 on two branch lines. Total assessments I lump sum of $50.
were been aske"d sixty prominent citizensof I' i j Us ground between the upper and Saint V;'r' ,. Browne:: The
seventy occupations for women against all the company'slines I ,,
represented at the 'Women's World last year amounted to $1,153- Fort Myers by the Rev. Dr. J. R. I nether millstones of the transportation : bishop! ('J 1.*,' :>"cd 'j'F Kev T:,1T It I- '
I work of the Presbyterianchurch. i corporation and the broker who Liam the:' i ztc r"i la: the la- ; THE WEATHER
fair which opened today. Needle 25053. Henry pastor : :
t was the only, one represented at 'the I i, sells his perishable product; : ri' a : : irro. 3 ta preach -

f. Columbian exposition here in 1893The' MINE STRIKE CALLED Written replies to this question And Whereas, the transportation S ." '--.tra'\ has been tIe- 11 r. Highest temperature

occupations exhibited this year YL: : have been received by Dr. Henry and i companies are protected by the government r. V. r r ', visitation by yesterday ...._Sl
;: Include plumbing circus riding and WHEELING.. April 18'-A at the evening service tomorrow he j i ;| from the effect of competi ,t B.hop ;:. ., '. : ,?use of its using Lowest temperature

call for a general strike of coal min- will base his discussion upon them ,ja Cif ;a ; tints so that they may receive a reasonable i barefoot w:: ', ,"d 1 pavan: rituals in last night.15
beauty .
ers in the four Pan-Handle counties closing with his own views on the I return for the services rendered ; same of its i" L..,.-! ei. I Rainfall 24 hrs. to
of West Virginia was issued today by and the capital Invested i
on E
t VIBE BECOMES DEATH THREAT subject I ga. m., inL..29
officers of the Ohio district organi- : the grower and producer of the fruits ; .Ofii\G: JUIX RAIDED Wind direction KB'

NEW. YORK. April 18.-Several nature of the product of this Ind'1tt- BCFTAbO N. T-. April IS. Slate Sky .. .., Cloudy l
persons narrowly escaped death here FOCH HANDS rv REPORT (Br Tile Associated, Frees) Here is Henry Ford neipJng to load 'trr when be seeks a market Is practically ''troopers today raided a cockfight at ia Barometer* ..%1.t.z

today?ia a' fire which destroyed a PARIS. April 18. Marshal Foch's NEW YORK April 18CharIes H.Bbbets. freight on the Maiden Dearborn, : compelled: to accept the price j Oieelctowago. One hundred and three For Florida: Partly cloudy tonights

': 'a tenement building.: The upper floor -eport on the Significance of German : 66, president of the Brooklyn which inaugurated the Ford Air fixed by the purchaser. !. men and 45:; cocks were captured. The\ and Sunday probably local thower ,

-:- was occuped by four' families The armaments: lias been handed to the I national league baseball club Freight Line in a flight from Des | And, Whereas by a reduction f ol 1 men were released after paying fines on the east coast' ; gentle variablewinds.

building was gutted. _- __ council of ambassadors. died this morning of heart disease. troit to Chicago. _.__._.-.".._, (Continued on Page S) i totaling more than $1,000. -- ___ 4M

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THE FORT JITEItS ro.." rOO'-"TEO" FLORIDA" ,,,rnDIT_.IME",..'.. 1PRIL.IS 1". .: .

THE TORT TttYERS PRESS COMPULSORY:\ AUTOMOBILE:\ INSURANCE word ""out-worn. is also significant.( I I -- *' ..-'
t discussion of'II I ; :
taMMd Ditty ie.pr Sundiy.) at th Prw Bofldiac. U7 J&ckOB What effect the
t :__ Bint*. Port Ifycra. Florida.f For several; months past a "Committee of'' WEEKLY BIBLE TALK such a question from such a standpoint -' -' .

,t &Ow7)edBv. % : Nine" has been making an extensive study of the I I likely te Lave upon the tn.nd; of'I' Saintly, Miieteenth will be',

LTHE MYERS..EIlESSIncorporated d problem! presented by proposed and pending legls- I thcse who go from Christian home j A public 'mrmorial'sen'Kft. :
iJ'i GEORGK JL-4IOSHtK._ Publisher! and .General.Xal1ti l lation for tompul.: automobile insurance or se- BY WILLIAM JENNINGS:: BRYAN Iin search of that higher learning!; : held at Pvthiaa ball .t 3-39 bv the-
-: curity. This committee I. which they hate been taught/; to de- Sisters! The public Is invited. -
the '
t- e. ; represents stock
ter..s a. 8 cond clM mall matter March 14. IS 11 1 te the casualty Mre* wonder tint so many
:- .... ffllS at Fort Myr Florida,-tinder the Act of March .. Ui,. insurance companies and,agents that insure Stephen tks First Martyr: I it any j -
the. I Text 4 f It'"' *.. flit.!. Talk > of them return with their t-piritual i ; Y"-f'RtI..t'h. .
1', rounded automobile liability .hazard ; and its > } by Mr. lryj: i I Monday, .? ,_ -
as a woeklT ttew.paJM.'f"'o" November report, destroyed ,
::. nit and a* I enthusiasm! chilled if not
.h.U 6:8-15 Missionaryruety
:- (. -: a dally on March It.:nIL with supplementary memorandum just been ( ; 7:34-60): ) The Baptist Women's :
issued : And Stei-hen.) : full of faith and povur ,did great wrnder and miracle I StstkUes show that a considerable ; ., will, meet:at S:30'p.) rnlnthe'church.
; MEMBER OFvTIIE setting forth the attitude of those students of of
.ASSOCIATED PRESS companies .raong the people. per cent of the many
program .
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The" AMociaUd Pren I. exclusively entitled to the 11.. for and agents on this very important problem. Then there arose; certain: of the synagogue, wWci is called the synagogue the colleges never return to active in Europe" .
Mpul4lealon% of all fIe_ dwpatches' credited to it or not other I The gist of the report is as follows: of the Libertines and C>remans, and Alexandrians and of them of work in the churches and Sunday ,i Present Day Persecutions
W.M eriKlltwl church
la this !
newspaper and also the local JMW* pub- Cilicia with I be held. Ladies; of the
and of
Asia disputing with Stephen.
bahedb.v.4.. "Compulsory automobile insurance securi- chool from whic they went.. Is it i
All rtchte ;f>t r pabUc tJonember of.piq1 dtiptcb.. or And they were not able to resist the wisdom and the spirit by which he are invited : '
.bereIJI are ty would be unionof the spiritual .
aJ.o IU.rv.d. only a palliative. The true remedy is )" not time for a ,i a C '

i ? Bt'BSCRIPTIClt JUTES accident prevention. Automobile accidents can spid.e.Then they suborned men which salt!. We hate heard' h'm! spsafc Wasphe- forces of society regardless of sect | Wilkinson Post .
to .,IA'; 'CoI"-r.' Cbarlott. Oula1de be mOils words : and denomination. against the looterialistic ;, r.abe O. :
Lee. CoUlee Cbu. largely reduced. The thereto has been against \Ioses. and against God. .
OnU. *7.ni Uenck7 Co1l1lUei touo and IJendl'J' CouU.. clearly blazed in the way I And they stirred up the people and the elders and the scribes and efforts to ran) life of all its I .American Legion will meet
The..Looth.Uootha. _'i.eO' Ono Tflreo)Jonth -p report of the first national, tame upon him. and caught him. and brought: him to the council. spiritual values* .at 7:30 o'clock Monraay at .:
Month. conference
B1s MOGtbI ioU Six Montbl 1.Th 1.58 on'street and highway safety (Secretary -- And set up false witnesses whkh said. This man cea<>eth not to peak I' the Legion home. ;..

I Oote"TeIU'. S... ODe'YQ.f"---- I ; Hoover's conference), recently published.' blasphemous: words against this holy place and the law 1 Itetendhilir, the llib ('. .: .
Legislation For we have heard him that this Jesus of azareth: shall destroy 1..4
to sav. -
The t out the
; '. "... WeelLl"Fort W00k17 Fert I..ra J.17era Pee.Pr_.'Six One Mooth.TurISoIIe'_ that conference carry should be recommendations oft this place. and shall change the customs which Moses delivered u... Hut even more is accessaryTMle\ I I Tuesday! T,.,nl,.fl..t l' ::.
; t sideration. 'preliminary con- And all that sat in the t'ouneillooKl'd steadfastly on lum and saw his face all who belIeve in God should join (! \cdn$Women's: auxiliary: to the Baptist -

I I as it had been the face of an angel together:!: in defense of., that belief.. Missionary! society will meet in
\ .' .' '' I in any event: no measure for compulsory i i I And when they heard these things, they were cut to the heart, and they Christians should ge even farther and i i the church at 7:0: p, m. "ITesent
I automobile security should be enacted until after i I manned on him with their teeth. defend the supernatural character of,; Day Persecutions in Europe" will rbe
: adequate' measures for accident ''! But he. being full of the! Holy Ghost. looked up fctedfastly into heaven, .
: church are
( prevention have the Bibl... Christ. discussed. Ladies ct the
tNApr9oH) ( been into 'I I.tl saw the glory of God. and J<'su;, standing on the rIght )hand of God \
I put effect. churchw. in
Differences between : invited to attend.
And slid Deltoid I see" the heavens opened and the Son of man stand- .
i "The problem of securing financial respon i- I I I ins; on the right hand of Gud matters of government and treed. are i, C e 0 .0-

-i i l bility for automobile accidents can be solved only'II j Then they cried out with :a loud voice, and stopped their ears, and ran insignificant compared with the dif- I Regular all day meeting of Woman

.: _'.-'_" : I I by uniform state laws. Confusion and disorder upon him with one :accord ftrence between a risen Christ who is ; 's Sotietv lTesbterian church

. Soother Newipaper FublUherV, Alllo..1&U.% would be the result if the various states should And r.a- each down their clothes, at a young man s feet whose name was hul..An.1 spurious Christ-a mere man the son ,
Member'Florida go its own way with legislation : j I Orange nvrr Curs will be at the
Frem Imorlallon.JXember
now ,,
pro- they stcned Stephen, calling upon God. and !saiug.: Lord Jesusrerehe of human father and still in the!
Florida Aftsotlated! lufle posed or pending. my spirit a ihunh at lo 50 to take any who wish

Member Senth Florida Frets AsiocUtloa.Saturday '"The large majority of those injured in auto- \nd he Kneeled down, and cried with a loud voice.. Lord lay not this I grave A little of the spirit of Stephen I III ';11,
.. mobile accidents would in sin, to their charge And when, he had said this. lie fell asl.'.|'- would be of tremendous value to the ____
no way or degree be church membership t OIl a y. Shall |I .

benefited by compulsory; security.\ Even if those Marine!; considered the trial---the;; T with :\o: one is! the same after a re Christians; refuse the weight of tOt'lr I,

Afternoon, April 18, 1925 sought fail to secure to be the benefited many would in practice I I crucifixion the resurrection and the I,I Jj ious experience that he was before,, I moral: Influence now when the found |!IAlASKAN\ RAILWAY FACES

protection intended. ascension of Christ. we began Us.t. If he is: born again. his life is revolutionized era of the Church were willing to give

... I "But while benefiting very few of the public week: a series of Bible texts dealing!: I for the bitter; if he steels i life itself I .
: BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY i a compulsory security law would burden and pen- I I with (the early church.It himself against the call and refuses I And so with the (hnstian's duty to HEAVY j YEARLY( DEFICITSi

Get .Understandin-A: scorner seek- I alize the immense multitude of motorists because l is appropriate that the first of I to 01*)', be is harder to reach that hewas I sccifty The welfare! of society must I

I eth wisdom. and ,findeth it not: but I of the faults of a relatively few of them, would I I the new characters considered) should Ittfure Those who hat in judg. .be eared fur by those who have an interest I I

'! ,..' knowledge is easy unto him that under.I increase the cost of insurance, and cause a large be Stephen the first martyr; for. as !I ment upon) Stephen were euibiitem I in their fellow men "The 110'1-1 I|I Tb.. Sass.laieJWAShiNGTON. Pr* ft>
.t tandeth.-Proverbs 15: 6., I and wasteful increase in public expenditures liti- ha1been, wisely said The lood of || by what they saw and fH that they I fare of each shoull, be the concern of i i: April IS.-The expenditure

i[ gation. court congestion and jury duty. the martyrs is the seed of the chunh' had no choice bat to destroy him. all. If Christ tiled for all then all ,i of more than Jll.OOO.OOtt

l- ... i "Compulsory: security would be Stephen was superbly qualified: to lie .\I llarkliitlii. m....... stand: equal before God anti no one i i-M I I' will b*> needed to complete the gov
: ,TIIE FORT MTEUS PRESS I'LATIOUM ''in, principle. objectionable the first of the long line of noble Those who attack the liible fee: I too great or too small to be a brother ,ernmentownedlasta Railroad. In

I I sorted to unless Consequently after a trial it of should not be re Christians who scaled, their testimony j I j under the same necessity. When they Mho Shall Bear Miia...sl I I: the belief of :Noel: W. Smith. its general ,
adequate measures with their lives. deny its authority they feel that it U:I j I manager. For the next few years.

4 : A liaDdla and Loan Association j for accident prevention, its! necessity be concJush'ely The word "martyr" is the Greek a life and death struggle \betweei I Likewise i government; who is to,I'.I :Mr: Smith expects in addition an annual -

i, '. :.,A. Water taflento Plant' for Municipal Water demonstrated; and if then resorted to. word for "witness." and such evidence I themselves! and the \\ord of God purify government and save it from, loss pf about Jl.500,000 in operating -
Sytteia an option among all practicable methods of pro- has always been valued highly. What- They must overthrow the liible or be misuse if not those whose consciences expense.

Water Front or Island Park and Municipal Audltorfnm viding the security should'be allowed. ever doubt there may be in regard l to condemned by It. have been quickened by communion',I The construction program contemplates -
"There is no question about the need for one's sincerity is dispelled when life Hence final apostasy{ :: is usually the i with Christ and by contemplation of spending $8.955.&G1 on ,roadway

'JUrer'Front 'Boulevard.Free for protecting the public against the automobile is offered in )proof of convictions; it fats* of those who begin by (question the fidelity of the early Christians! i track. bridges and telegraph and telephone -

V ,Bridge to Crescent Heart. menace. But there is a serious question whether l la the one act which all others challenges Ing the authority of passages\ winch I Who shall bear witness today, when I lines. A minimum of tour
attention Xo force are obnoxious to them Ueiiig unable !' will be for completion
compulsory automobile security\ would be physical i witnessing no longer carries with it' years required
eeperrRlTer Channel U Provide entrance: for a true
Ocean. Going,Tegiela.. remedy or a burdensome and wasteful that a human being can exert deserves to draw any definite line through the SS the risk of physical panacea. to be compared with the influence Bible between that which they like who are the spiritual descendants of I mended. Buildings for employees will
Completion of Lee,Countj'i System of Road exerted by the spirit of sacrifice and that which they do not like they, men like Stephen! I cost $%0.000 and will be completed.

'. (.Completion_ of TamlamJ Trail and Fort jers-.' TilE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE HOUR that makes death more desirable generally end in discrediting it all. The joy that gave angel-like expres- ::Mr Smith said. as soon as practicable -

l"a1aJJeada Highway..l' than life when purchased at the cost I Ster.hl'n's'islon made his accusers sion to his face might be seen, even'I .

'. ,BeantlflcaUoa Highwayi Including Planting ot of what one believes to ,be right. frantic. When he said to them, "leI : -, today if more shared his indomitable I I II The estimated cost of a tunnel between -
.Cecoannt Palms alonff TamUmI ,Trail Clear across KxvfiitLiK of' Ll: <><|uenre. I hold I see the heaven opened. and the faith and were, as courageous as he in Tunnel Station and Hunter is

Lee Cenntr i and C.1Uaalal'.f.. Palm' alonyMcGrogor The refreshing news just comes out of the "Stephen. full of grace and power '. Son of man standing on the right II I I asserting and defending the living )Ul':sotwo, and will take .about two
r Boulevard to Pnnla Uana!! latest meeting of the State Road Department (Revised Version). wrought" great, ( hand of God then they cried out with truths of our religion. years to complete.

*: Ball Bond .t,.East Const.CO held in Tallahassee this week that the Department wonders and signs among the people." 'I la loud voice. and stopped their ears .
.. is filled with the determination to complete He was a man of faith. to which and ran upon him with. one accord." .
-- the great work which was started at its budget grace was. adiled.! and these together j Shutting one's ears does not annihiI PUZZLE '
conferred upon him a power tint, I late sound any more than shutting ;; i
TO! CHURCH TOMORROW meeting in Miami en March 10th.It Here's a puzzle that ohouldnt take the fan
{lone's more than 10 minutes to
,. him revered by his co-workers eyes annihilates the light but it I
.I : will) be lecaHed that the Miami meeting of solve The only difficulty be in
_ and bated by those who recognizedthat Is not an uncommon practice may mel trying to locate 46 vertical but '
le .. '.. the State Road Department, for the first time they were no match for him in The (holy. spirit. the whole word is keyed, so no suggestion of it will be given.IIOKIOMIL .

f In a 1 Ifttlft'booJc'entitted: : "Religion and Business since State Road Number 27 was_made a part of disputation "They were not able to, I Stephen was stoned to death while t

'I ," Roger W. Babson'statistlcian and financial I the national l aid system of Florida, 'budgeted a resist the wisdom and the spirit by !i he was, prayIng. lie kneeled down to ,

t expert, haa these significant remarks: "The part of the highway, namely from Marco to Miami which he .spake." .' receive, the stones and called upon the ..

_I : church: ,represents the greatest industry in the for immediate construction by the Depart- "Wlsdo-n. and !"spirit" have ever I Lord not to lay this sin to the chargeof

it world.' ,''It is. the;/oldest ; from it came education.medicine. ., ment out of national allotments of money to the been the essentials of eloquence. One, his cruel assailants. That was the
State of Florida. must understand his be spirit of the Saviour it ,
subjectand : ; was the spiritin
,,ar .agriculture,. and most of the sci
Now comes the State Road Department with; ready not only to affirm with posi-, which the foundations of the
ences. Modern civilization in.all its branches
owes its final budgeting of all of the rest of State Road tiveness. but to meet all opposition.In Christian Church were laid and it is i- ;_ __
its conceptIon the church
to and most of its industries
Number 27 namely Fort other words he must know what the only spirit in which Christianity Z2.D aa i
Myers to Marco making
were.founded originally within the walls :
he is talking about. can make progress.
of some monastery. _The greatest educational institutions from immediately Fort available for the whole highway Ignorance of ones'subJect is, a Violence has no' place Jn the pro- !
Myers to Miami the national funds
of today were Started by the church. to weakness that cannot long be .concealed gram of the Christian Church. Where-
The great ,hospitals of our large cities are off which this road has been entitled for three long but information is only a part ever resort has been had to violence. 27 2b 3o

shoots of the work, of ,the church and this, in a years.It I of the equipment of an effective I I it has been due to human frailty and! 12.5 3sIIE
general way, applies to _nearly all other good I ; should be a matter of great rejoicing speaker.: Earnestness Is also necessary -, not to the religion; which the ualent >

movements. The foundation ,of our nation was throughout the length and breadth of the Trail One cannot convince unless he claimed to represent. While force may !

directly:due to the desire ,of the, Pilgrim Fathers area'as well as through the entire state generally Is himself convinced and. of all earnestness I triumph for a while it cannot be :'jen- i

to"Vowhip; .God ,in..their'own' Furthermore that.the vision so ardently: supported; for the past ., that is most earnest which is I t eficial to true religion-grapes do not
which based way other two years by the State Road Department of a the fruit of the Spirit. I grow from thorns nor Iigs from f
na OIl$ were on foundations --
trunk line highway from Lake City to Miami\ is There was no withstanding a man I I thistles iO .,4 -
founded for other
or. purposes amounted to about to become the achievement of the hour. like" Stephen. who knew the gospel What lesson can we draw from the -1-
but.little" ., Public officials I hat he proclaimed and felt that he martyrdom of Stephen that will
,'. If Mr. Babson right-and every intelligent ticular should never expect any par. bad a message that he must; deliver strengthen us for: our daily labors and is =
;.;.r man whether he calls himself a Christian or not: praise for the mere performance of their and which all should hear increase our capacity for service* ; = : I

must admit the simple ,facts-then thE: church duty belief, however we cannot refrain from expressinga Confession fl, Weakness.The The time is past; when one can be
has claim upon every 'right-thinking in the Florida and particularly that part enemies of Stephen were not stoned as Stephen was; Christiansare .
community. We owe it to the church and we !of Florida served by the Tamiami Trail owes the personal enemies: such a man does not called upon to die for their a.--- -
State Road Denartment a debt of gratitude which not have personal enemies; they were convictions now; hence it is more difficult -
I it as to of
owe response; our own sense right to I
I it will be difficult to repay.-Ora E. Chapin in enemies of bis cause and Lot their to distinguish real Christianityas -
give to'th-e -
support institution which, -
i [Collier County News.THROWING hatred was proportionate! to the power a cover for their sins or as a cloakof E :
more than any other, has made life livable and !
those who represented the cause. respectability.The 1 I I Ell- t I
community life ,worth \vhile.K .. I : ---- -.- -- --I
I they quite
naturally selected
Stephen > *U for (ouraue.
Go, to church 'somewhere\ either morning or I"a the shining mark I 4& Alleged force
; OPEN OUR FRONT DOOR against whom to But while physical violence is not supposed to proCure -
evening-or both. You will find a welcome and hurl. their poisonous darts. threatened it is doubtful whether 1. Excessive tension physical or hpynotism.

will hear something worthwhile. They suborned men, which laid. courage was ever more needed than mental. 111. Call for help at sea. .3
We have beard him speak C. Hard coverings of nuts. ",. .Unyielding. ).. .
; Of very great importance to all of Florida! is words against Moses blasphemous and- now to or the when progress cowardice of was the more church.fatal 11. Fluid from the eye. 51. Affirmative vote. :i'J i ". '

: I the conference at Jacksonville of individuals and against God. Every has 12. Devoured. !52.;; To decorate. '.
LAND OF OPPORTUNITY age its call to( duty and its .
communities interested:\ in the early: completionof Before any fair court his accusers, problems that must be solved for the 14. Thin. 54. Wooden peg the size of a trick.
'> j I' what is known as the Atlantic Coastal High would have ailed utterly but there benefit of humanity. And to whom 15.16. A unit of work. !as.;; Genus of trees of the type ot the

,'.J, way. To be specific, this highway is destined to was no fair court there. His Judges can the world look for heroism if not To suppose. maples.
; .
1orneeesimi4ic newspapers are in the habit skirt the Atlantic coast from Jacksonville to were of the same kind as his accusers to those who find their redemption in 18. To have an obligation. ttG. Calm. .!.:;, -

.. of proclaiming that the door. of opportunity in Washington or perhaps it would be more in line and all of them were too prejudiced the, blood of Christ and their,inspiration 19. Exist. 1. 51. Comes in, ..* *;-':?.-.'
; this land of the free and the home of the brave to say from Washington Jacksonville. It be- to consider what was just. In His example? 20. TO take liquid food with a sPoon. VERTICAL a. *-. ;' ,' '

has been forever closed to the poor and unfortu hooves all sections of country between the Dis- The fact that they suborned wit-I Three imperative calls to service %21.3. A Point portion of a curved line. 1. Robs. .-' J :<* iTo
: trict of Columbia nesses was proof conclusive that deserve attention; first the defense compass between South I::2. calL : 'A':
and the State of Florida to
I: natesSeme of the yellow journals ,shout continuously1 in the completion of this route because cooperate truthful witnesses could not befouit'L of-religion. as a vital factor in life. 24. Application.pole and Africa. 3. A tatter / '&w .4-_ .
|erjury is confession of ,4. Measure 1
the have a The real religious issue is not be- of area. "
J that no opportunities -
( poor there will be .. 27 : '>
.' some benefits for alL It takes no .. .Jjness and is never resorted to tween. Jew and Gentile or between Carbonated drink containing. Ice 5. Slept. ">; .
America and make'appeal to class, prejudice to ,
stretch of the imagination to:: believe that such cream. <
a whenever better C.
anything be
, ; convince thepoor that the rich have stolen their can se- Catholic and Protestant; it is between 29. Metal Upper house or law body IriUS$
highway would see a continuous of cured. used as pattern I In 7.
.. procession Stephen was the first to earn those who believe that religion is a Hebrew word for Deity. .
birthright and doomed them to industrial serviJ -
. 1 automobiles every month in the year, wending its the reward promised In the beatitudes !- necessary element in life and those 30. forging 8. Constellation east of Canl'er.
tude. way along the coastal highway som going to : who regard it as purely a superstition. I I Rodents 9. Judicial rules. .

J '.. .: h1The.bestan.swer"t this is given by Roland Florida and others their way North to enjoy a "Blessed are ye. when men shall Xot long ago in a prominent collegethe :z. Crania 10. Scoffs. -_

hayes the -sensational\ ,negro soloist a laundry portion of the summer season.. It is to be hoped I revile you and persecute you and following question formulated 34.S3. To Cupola. U. Seventh note in scale. ," :ti:.J
boywho mother ,was a 1ave and who has the Jacksonville conference will result in great shall say all manner of evil against for discussion: "Is religion an obsolescent engage In. lC Opposite of in. *i
I readied !the -heights, of a great art and becomeone benefit to the project.-Lakeland Star-Telegram. I you falsely for my sake. ReJoice. and. function which should be allowed :7ot 35. Correlative of to. meaning from.- 11. Silk worm. .

of vth$ "most popular,singers'in the world. be exceedingly glad: for great is your to atrophy quietly without 39. Weakened.remote. 2o.. rtrts'*of flowers neeessa'ry'rOyoi--". j '

*Inequalities, of life are inherent In human reward I la heaven." arousing the passionate prejudice of 42, Subsists fertilization. ;

nafure and will exist :in'spite of the most highly I ASKING FOR NEW COUNTY Inward Exultation. outworn superstition Thfs question 44. Sun. I 22. Small crown 1

paternalistic:'government. The 'socialistic: ideathat'aHAthat Stephen was not only undismayed I among others was sent to me by a 43. Allowed. 24. Axiom P" g rr' 'i: ,
by the bat professor of the Saltpeter /
persecution. his college .
: 'is necessary is to pass more laws countenance and it was 20.2S.. '"- J t
sent in Termed. '
and take wealth from those who have and give i Formation of a new county by dividing calhoun showed an: Inward exultation. good; faith. English ; .sgi ., f
members of the
to those-wjia:]have not will never create the Utopia I County in half is the object of a movement face as it had been the council face"saw of his anngel. I will be What noticed the Effort?fIt ANSWER 3L Afternoon money meal. '_ t .,. ; 'j i :

of human' equality. started by residents of tho southern.section of the ." la not confined to that the question .e. PE-AG: .SNolW- I 34. Blouses. i"t:

AH over our country) are: men and women county, which includes IVrt St. Joe and Wewa- Such a zigh either melts or hard ; all religion any is brought particular before religion ,Q.tTINERATEIiOOS.HiOAR1E.R.WE 33. A cat .t. "O l

wh like the,'negroj; laundry boy,s are overcoming hitchka. ens; it either conquers or drives to: the bar of judgment and the attitude =S. To accommodate. ,.

handicaps of poverty, ignorance,,,racial inequality, The proposed; I divis!<.n should! be in equal I desperation. There Is ao middle !of the one who proposed the question LtC t IT. M. RAT E. S 33, Amendments toj document h rjei ,;.zeD-*; '

social 'ostracism. by theirnative" ability capacity parts, the line running west' from: the ApalachicolaRiver : ?round in the presence of such a ( as a proper one for discussion ia disclosed -LOCAL.PiOtSE. erallyon a separate heet_ ,

for. 'w tk, .endurance.and.character.I : to the, Bay County Lin?, The county seat I manifestation of sapenority. Stephen's I| by the language: employed.The WETc.A'L.NEPSANT..SL'AMTHE;: 40. Because. : ., .;

*. Individual efforheIpedRoland$; Hayes toacwe would be located temporuulv at jo-laborers doubtless shared his joy word "obsolescent" expresses U. Guided. f

.tb$,heights of success,'-'andthe door..of,op- under the plans, and after n I.period WeWahitchka'1 jcrause tier were actuatedby the I i the views of those who regard religion ISCAB.SK'(50)' ( f&4G.. A Tender. .- "Ht.: ..: ;.tJ(} ., -
otwitytilt.opens freelytp those who knock. years an election will be tiled to: tame hIgh purpose and were tilled i as a superstition and who expect P.I hearing iap-- court bl de-
t G LfolO N 0 VEL.SNEAD.R.VASE5. ,
*ita, the sam& bo.tyzealjut! ,not so it to decline in importance as Intelli- mand., '.' ,.
Preaching,discontent, bring about class conflict nent county seat. "Gulf is the selected >
: name u.
-. with the members of the council, genre increases. They. prefer Tltlfr of,respect. .. .' T -
"' and social'revolution. will:probably. continue for the proposed new coa/:tv. and .a bill will ba I '%hey were cut to the heart and they i to )have H "atrophy quietly", ;- O.G.: soE3pEDIsE! &;0. Ta.depart.S3. --. t. d

: "' be-the-favorite'and'' 'profitable occupation ofDemagogs. drawn and introduced in the Legislature authorizing jnosted en aim with. their,.\teeth."'v1 they do not want it, to'arouse preju- N_ ATRTP NES.L'GiU L Ilighest praise h. flying aeflis. .

... the, division and fc .t.tiQil: of the new unit.. I I Religion:: is a serious thinsto deal 'dlcepasstoaate 'prejudice," The MS. jP. SOIL 3. :Myself-. -T, ,',

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Directors of The Nash Motors Company
New 'Yillys-night(I I Ia the actual: ordering of cars by 'Olt- t meeting in New York. declared l j I" .
:.. I iimrr*. A certain margin in advanceof tho regular! quarterly dividend of $l.751: j Approved Sales and i,
a Models ReceivedTwo current requirements has been ia share on Nash preferred stock pay- j
made during the winter months, in May 1 to stock holders of record Service
new WIU'.S-Knlght; Broughams anticipation of great demands in the t April 20 1925. i I
with sweeping lines and flowing contours Spring and Summer, but it is narrower | Vice President \\'. II. Alford reported -
of lyric beauty were deliveredto than In previous years. Cars in | that the net income for the' =- -=
the Overland Sales Co. this week. warehouse are not plentiful enough to j three months ended February t j LEE t COUNTY -= =- ;
Dr. E. E. Farnum and Mrs. J. S. care for all wants that will develop I UZi, after deducting: expenses of man-I j --- --- -
Strickland and current production is being determined MOTOR -- --
are the happy possessorsof | nfaciuring including! depreciation j CO. -- -- .
these two exquisite 65 models. by actual orders. selling and administrative expenses -- --
The coachwork of this type reflectsan '|land local state and federal taxes.I I II I V. --- --- .
II. Voorhis
unusual attainment in twentieth SAMMY SPARK PLUG I Amounted to 30999293.: This com-i I i iI ....
century coach building. It is finishedIn I pares with J1.61S.475.62!! for the same j jI .T = f
two tan effect with graceful maroon I period a year ago. The value of sales ( Phone 93 8 Anderson Ave. the _- '.
ttriplng. The upholstery Is velvety for tile three months this year show i
grey mohair of rich quality. It has an f'an increase of 43 per cent over last NE\V\ FLINT SIX SEDAN '. i

interior heater one panel ventilating year. ..__ ___ _.__.__ I I .
and Is luxuriously fitted throughout.The Now on display .., '
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balloon tires and nickel finished T1i&i.S &
parts quickly set this model aside I I 1- = Auto Supply Store

from street.the ordinary car seen on the !J I| .We are now applying the new ; | Automotive Equipment
The car Is indeed beautiful and .
comment heard about town has sig- / -- \
nified its coming popularity around = l -- .
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'Auto Paint Shop ll-.. 1 1|= FURNITURE REFINISHING A _= I P I j'

Offers New ServiceThe i'Says. : !!l SPECIALTY iI ;
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Some knocks may be a boost 1 1I !
Palm City Auto Paint Shop has but a carbon knock is not. I I

plying recently lacquer installed finishes equipment to automo-for ap < you'll Watch dodge your the spark knocks.plug and II I PALM CITY AUTO PAINT SHOPAulcntobile I il 1 ftZ I;

biles. The air pump and spray are of AUTO LAUGHS = ,
the latest design and make it possiblefor j U'hen-Keal THara of the Nero Painting t ot the Better Class TllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIlllllllMI! / / IIIIIllIllHltllltllllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllllllll: llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliTl 1 /
the automobile owners of Fort : York: ll'erld was stopped for going .
Myers to CiTe their ,cars a new coat ix the rrrong! direction on a one- = Phone 465 632 Anderson Ave. = -- -- --- --- -- "
.jit'Gy street he asked whether it I 1
of lacquer that will withstand much. .,. ..[wasn't a focr rule that wouldn't fF
more than the ordinary paint job.The "
.work both ways. "illlllllinilllIIIIIIIIIIlIlllllIUIIlllllIIIllllllillIIIII! ! 1 IlllllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll7lYOU ] .I
finished car is dull In appearance I
but will retain the original look
much longer than when given the lus- I
trlous varnish coat. Rigorous tests I wY
have]been. applied and the general
public is convinced that the new : I -
method affords a, great deal better 1i
protection fog;'tbeir car than theold
one. I i '
E. C Anderson. owner of the paint, n 4
hop.' places a one year guarantee on I
every Job turned out of his place..Already I

several ears have been painted: 1, Zr I: ;', .': t.
with the new outfit and the results <, -1,, '
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Have you decided what kind of car I .. { :
you are going to bay next: month or
the month after that Jor the little vacation 1 ,.'
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Well. Just how much will your : W c i
plans be upset If you do not succeed J. ,. "
In getting the 'car you want when : r

youwant UT / .
Such questions are appropriate in I s 1 #.
view of a situation that automobile i Sold byAuthorized S
makers and dealers now declare exists -
'In their Industry. It Is one that Ii
virtually -Insures disappointment for Ford Dealers
those who know they are going to
buy cars sometime in the late Springor ,, ARE BEHIND THE TIMES WITHOUT 4-WHEEL BRAKES !
Summer, but who are putting off >. An Authorized Ford Dealer has too much at stake
the actual giving of orders. It Is not '"

order going a to motorcar be possible In May this or June year with to Note this Car's Superb Beauty to sell a car which will prove a disappointment. I

any within sure the hope week.of It having will be It more usualto Therefore, he will sell you a good used car carrying i

obtain what you have ordered a S-M-4-R-T-N-E-S-S1 Swung low to the road with high sides i the same guarantee as a new car. 4 Ii I iHis i iI

month or to two vacation latter-which plans to Is say disturbing the and low-curving roof this 4-Door Coupe is the most graceful '

least. and distinctive car of its field. E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-C-E1 The I investment in garage and service equipment, f ; t ti k

There is are that several manufacturers reasons for this.are fine mohair upholstery has an attractive alternation of taupe and I the good will he has built up and his connection .

watching One so that they will not be. black stripes. Frosted silver fittings of Old Empire design add I with the Ford Motor Company are assets too I '
their buttons in
note light are "
have had enough experiencewith i! ., valuable for him to jeopardize with one unsatisfactory t. .
that. They have been keeping onyx. At the right is a silver smoking set. On the left a vanitycase I E 1, '
to a close relation wltJi sale. I .
output down finished in silver. C-O-N-T-R-O-L1 Nash-design I' "- c ; t tII

positive and powerful 4-wheel brakes are standard equipment '. That is one very good reason why you can buy I { ',' : .

V at no extra cost along with full balloon tires five disc wheels, II .- 'i-' a used Ford car with full confidence that it has ,' il.- : i
and steel trunk inbuilt with the body the _
'A BUICK a large at rear. I t
,1 the value claimed for it. & .-: .
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i i"Sales and Service Models range from $1095 to $2290, f. o. b. factory :-, SEE THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED.. \i.' .-.'; )
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P01J1t. ; .\TnD\T": AfTEBXOOS.: APBIL 19, 1923; ;

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'>.- Walter R. KauneKEALTOK International Swim I Greek Letter Frats 1: ,!,4I I IIIIIIiIIIIIIiIIIIIl1IIiliIlllU1illlllilll111lhlilll111111! 11R111
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Meet For Hawaii I HEALTH DRINK
Plan FOR
; Celebration deliver -
SO Acres Sanibel Island every foot high dry, can
Fire In nran e Bonds I this: for a few days only at $85.00 per acre.
(Hj The AiHorlnlt-d Pw>) Hy The A ortatrJ rre. )

Notary Futile HONOLULU swimming, April meet 18.-In'An Honolulu International -I SCHE.NECTADV; Y.. "April 18.-; On road no two 60 acres, half mile fronting the hard I "lVIISTO"'Il I
Check up your Insurance. The founding of the Creek letter fraternity 85.00 acre. Better see
r road this can be bought for $ per
during an entire week in. June. 1926,
Drop us a line, and let us ; ; system at Union College JIM
tire you some real construe- at which Oriental, Australian, Hawaiian years ago will be eetohratej with fit-I this.

tire Insurance serrice.EMablhhed and mainland American swimmers -I[ ting ceremonies here this fall. Nearly : Three beautiful Altamcnt park lots one corner on \ LE WATER JT / = _

5.5 12: Years will compete has been planned' every national Greek letter organization -I Altamont Ave., this i is really close in and the price is /
hy Judge; 'William T. Rawllns. ot the will send Absolutely Pure
5-6 Langford Bid?. to par- $4.200. for the three with good terms.
United States District Court and Colonel ticipate in the centennial festivities.I
;.RT )3IYEKS FLORIDAE. W. H. necltman, providentof the The in East Fort = Deliveries
socalledIHg Three" of the We have one of the best little houses\ 5 Gallons 59e--City
UnoU! Athletic Club who ia visiting national fraternities! Kappa Alpha: Myers close to the drug store the price $3.000. Good -

ht're Judge Rawlins, known as theather j .Sltpa formed Phi at ana Union Delta College.PhI all were I I Terms. Adds 100 Per Cent to the Quality of Your -. -

M. Coleman of competitive swimming !In, Alpha which claims to be the Kappa oldest i We have 36.020 acres of the best land in the state Tea or Coffee :.

Auditing., and Accounting await, suggested the meet and proposed ot 'all the country's national Greek i! heavily timbered with 40 miles water front $50 per acre =

Bookkeeping that the Illinois orsanlsation!;' .letter fraternities, was: begun !in 1S25: with gocd terms. Distilled at Gay's Laundry Phone 19
assist in reviving; the sport of twtmnlnr and Sigma Phi and Delta Phi were Instituted -- ,
:: fOLOMAL HOTEL here by sending out a number of two years later. In connection- : In east fort Myers\ we have a new bungalow with
telephone 170 P. O. Box 833 Colon fierkman\ ; bath, 5 plastered conveniences this is a } lllfllliIlllilllli111( !
u. star performers with the celebrations these three fra- rooms lights all =,?inntll!1111111111111111111ltlnnlilnlfillIiiNIIIIIIIIiIIIillillill? ?
Fort "' Florida said be would brine the matter to the, '|I ternitirg will erect a memorial gate real buy with the best of terms better see this. rIl11fi1111111111111tI11I1111I1I1111:1111111lIIIIIIIIIIIII: : IIIIIiIIIilli11111111illlllll111111f11ii /
ttention of the Illinoi club, and I at the entrance to Jackson's Garden
added that he felt sure that the cftfcj OB the north side of the Union campus -I

I would follow the suggestion. j to commemorate the founding of i PALM CITY REALTY CO. = Ac =

I I W. y. Smithwick Notts ,. end at & Mil will: the fraternity system. i I_ TODAY'S 0 v
II be introduced at the axt session o( thlrttsitura <
I .. Attorney- Lair, \>> tnrorporattoK the town ofi ;I I Under Central Hotel Phone 479. i- -
l .t Vert Sijtra under a special charSiened =
; Boom S Sims Building i4r J. 'r. HOWLING I II

Fort Myers Florida ( ) M tfoeOMt J. S TACRER F *-fl s J-T. n, n. H Pt. it, is. aetl repairing of frame II !

lit the Circuit Court ot the T* (Wudklml > I 1' O. lo'wt Address Myers. Stir. Florid.Route ",\," I III11111I111111Illllll111111l1l1111HI111111111111311I:111l I! I I !{I) ; : ; I ) ; ':I ;II 1111111111111111111111l1111lililllllll I I I { I I I I I Ii i ESfA' i
I Cin-ult ot the RUt e of Iforkla.n
and for Gad! a County in Chaocorj.
Land For Sale in. O car CrktUc.vs.ComfiUl.nU! )) i| Streets :Walks |

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Vary" Gr ttjft Iendant ] C. IL GREENE PIANO TUNERs
'j I.' Vary Gratis residence Order of unknown Publication: I jTo I| Lee Construction Co. 1 -
Shawcross & GurmtinPythian It U hereby ordered that you appear la town for few days to Sell
to the bUl of complaint filed ;h ereta '| 308 Pythian Bldg. | Compelled
... Building .. against you In the suit aa styled; above; Leave orders at 'I
OH the 1st day of May A. 1>- IStS. and j
the Fort Myers Press is hereby designated niTEUYlEW HOTEL | Fort Myers\ |
as the newspaper In which this I= 1= _
Palm-Lee Park has order shall be published a week for eight RAILROAD FRONTAGE / !
an efhIT.feot
consecutive, weeks < 1 Let Us Figure |
bonlcTardt parked in the -caster \Vlrn_ ray.hand and seal of office' I r

I with Gregor Royal boulevard Palms, reaching to the from Tamlaml Me- (at Seat lorida I'jtrl Ct., on Mjers Ct this) ,February Lee County.27. A.State I>, ,1925-:!of PLASTCKlStt Curbs Floors I 10 ACRES 21* cO.1. = 3 -

I Trail. !2-10-tK J. F. O.'T' ,m, andSTUCCO I:
I Clerk Circuit Court of Lee WORK
County State of PlorWa. 1'IlllllltliU111111111111111111111i1llilllIlllllllltllllfi I { I I lllllllIIIIIIIItilllllllllllllillllllllllill! I I : :
I-ZS; 1-7-1 f-Zl-28; t- &-25. D. K. Parillo : I Just outside City : _
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DR. W. IL GRACE I IS THE IIUC'CIT COCBT IX AND 132 Tournament St. Fort Mjers \ '
suit LKK: (-<>rNTV. VLORIOA. Illiltllllllillllllllilllllll11111111111111111111lllUiil11 I I I I !I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1fi11lililllllllllillllllll1111111t1111Jllllli I I I I I I:I I I I 4 '
Physician and Surgeon I "
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Office 15-18 Earnhardt BId,. FIne Island !::state" Jnc, I Your opportunity J 4

House 117 Woodford Are. a corporation. Bill to Quiet! Title I !; Bargains in Suburban Homes ..
Telephone 22-Office! Z rings vs.. and Itemo Cloud i .-' : ;
from Title. I Quick! Action Necessary i
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House 3 rings Complainant. I 5 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house, out _

a St corporation.James on the Gulf Company, = house, fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large grounds-only ,+,I = ,

Palm.Lee Park has bardsurCuf'd8lnels Defendant J = 3'/ miles from Fort Myers on Lee County Boulevard. Low :: t"-

fire foot cement sidewalks, 1= price Easy terms = I '

electric lights and water on every 1 JJ THE TAME FLORIDA OF THE STATE OP = :'; '

homestta 2-10-Ue St. James on the Gulf Company a HECESS.il. I ES ,
s ronioration organized and existing under Seminole Realty Co. Inc.
S the laws of the Slate of }Florida the defendant II- McClure & Wood Company

Dr. Geo. MasganaVETERINARIAN hereby required In the above to appear entitled to the cause Mil! of is fi1; 230-lst Street. _

=; complaint in said cause at the office of I REALTORS
the Clerk of the Circuit<< Court in theCounty ,
Trench and American CraduAte of Lee. State of Florida at the AUTOI tilll1111111111l11111111111Illlil11llllillil111l1IU111IIII I ': iIIIlIIIIi1111111111111111111l1i111111lIIIIII: I !
I 110 Ilendry Street Phone: 242-2 rings.
; Court House In the City of Fort Myera
Rabies Vaccination Florida. on the 4th day of May, A. D. oj'
K Tags Furnished 9r3, and defend said suit; and herein
fad not under the penalty prescribed by I .
<- 34 years practice law; in which said suit there U Involved
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\ UO Anderson ATO. ttoe following; described property situated IS there any anto necessity iiiininiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiMiiiMMii! iiiniiiiiinniiiiuirniriimiT
r. in Lee County Florida, to-wit: you might need! It
East Halt (KH) and Fast Half (E%) I = -- ---
of Northeast Quarter (NWViJi of Section BO, drive by. this store. I nl I :::
21; Southwest quarter (SW .) We are gore to have what I
of Section, 22; West half ( Vt1) ofSection i
A. X* Wb t. MAURICE! ATRERS 26. and Northeast QuarterNKU you want. FaricyFishFRESII 1 II.
I James C. Pinner ( ) of Section 27; all in Township I. IIIII
LEE! COUNTY ENGINEERING CO. And In 43 which South said tangs suit 22 the East.complainant "Enl')1hng! for the Car !II: -.; THE REAL TRUTH
Civil and Structural Engineers prays; theat all the adverse estate or interest !
P Consulting Engineers on Drainage. claimed tiy the said defendant in III IIIilll I i
I Bridge and Structural Work and to the above described real estatemay Auto Supply FROM: THE GULF
i pert Myers. FJllrlda.ml". bu determined and thesme decreed > illl
.null, >Old and unfounded and that Your interest bearing account tells I
.' any cloud east upon the title of the StorePhone '
f complainant in and to said real estate by ;, the real truth about you.Vhen it's
( .' '' any dainta thereto upon the part of said I
Palm-Le Park bas eight hundred
defendant be cancelled and 407JHa Mullet
beautiful TiomesHes.imiiiiimmiiimiiiiiiimmiiiiimiiitw, moved: that may the complainant may ; I III! getting attention, it shows that you I II'II'III
i i decreed to- be the owner in fee ,I 1i. -
nd entitled to hold the real estate re-I Shrimp are getting ahead. I
: ;:n ubefore. described free clear and !r I
charged of and from any claim estate i. II'' ,
="Build With Brick"c 9; interact therein or thereto, by or on the rI' .
r part of the said defendant; that said 1 I Clams ..'. I.
.. c = defendant may t>Ie decreed' to make execute I'i' It is a certificate of business ability f '
1 and deliver to said complainant a EXCURSIONSi' I ,
C. McDonald = deed of conveyance conveying to the If Pompano '
complainant, its successors eI'f assigns allright *, .. <" 11 that commands attention; it is a recommendation i
. .. = ,general Bleklayer i 5 title and interest or claimed
by said defendant in and to the above Red Fish for better job; a mark J JIII
', == andfl' described real estate and. In which said _
'i 5 Contractor j- suit the complainant<< prays for general of character and reliability which
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; It is' further ORDERED that this orderof Daily Except Sundayto Sea Trout and III ., I
S counts for much.
Brlcttand TOe Bungalowsa ; publication be published once a week .
for of four weeks in The Fort' i
,. = a period
== r Specialty = Myers Press a newspaper published in the Gulf I Florida (Spanish) Mackerel I II .
Lee County. Florida. I I
.j Vby not b1Jlld lubltUt1&Ut r DONE and ORDERED at Fort Myers, On Steamer DIXIE
Florida, this April 3, A. D. 1923. Ii
Box 8J7-Fort MyersRmnnuuunnltuuuuntwluulnnnuui GEO. W. WIUTEHURST. At all times we are in a positionto I
Judge of the Circuit Court of :
i iI Lee County Florida. I Lee Bank Title i
with foods of the County
i STATE OF FLORIDA. ) '' Leaves 8:00 aan.; return 6:00 p.m. provide you sea I' I ,
I Palm-Lee Park has already Interested COUNTY OF LEE. ) 11
I eter one hundred Fort Myera I HEREBY. CERTIFY that the fort- Four hours on Sanlbel Heath choicest varieties. Telephone us your "''
coins U a true add correct copy of I
people kite. who bare purchased 2.10tBEPAIRISO home. the Honorable original GeorgeV.order made. trhitehuret.and entered! Judgeof by Round trip to Sanlbel, SUO I orders. 'I'I and, Trust Co/ -,, "". L
said Court and on fil* in my office I I !
< In said cause.WITNESS Bound trip to Captive, $$i2i I ,

this 3, day of mr April hand A.and H. official 1925. seal,. : Phone '16 for Prompt Delivery 11 "The Home for Savings." .- -
: J. F olrNF.R.Clerk ;
or an kinds including furniture. lawnmowers
of Circuit Court Lee
and guns. IJgbt tnanufactur- County >Florida. Fishing BathIngFine I '
55 r tog also f-t-u-tS-ti--L: : *- .
J. B.,Wine r :0'This City Fish Market
SootEast It. R- Crossing Sea ShellsFor '
Fort yera MiiMiiimiiiiiiHiiHniuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiinniii I : I iiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiHHUiiiHiia

farther Information call at 43 .
I h City Dock or Phone 1S5

Temporary officeat r PRESS WANT ADVERTISEMENTS PA1t I Clean and Safe Ice I

residence, 897 2nd..St,

Hours: 11-12-24GBADY 1 =_ =

a' l. y. I When you put ice in .a I

The above Uetfn- was made from \ Mr. Investor atfd Developer II IIII I drink or upon any of =

I an actual photograph I Ii I II your foods you wan to fo

I V i (I One of the most beautiful tracts of land in highest besure of Its. purity.. ... ::".
FITS GLASSES II ? il -' ::
1'1 ii Your health demands ..
Patio de Leon car killed II state of cultivation, with plenty of wells and water, I such : .,i ', :

three childrenThis III with half-mile river frontage and half-mile Boulevard I 1 I precautions.You -- -, ,:; : .: Y
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ROYAL PALM PARK I! frontage and mile of road frontage other than ,I will find ours unusually t
I a c
Bordering: the CaloosahatcheeRiver. car skidded on a slippery Bpule-C :

All Water front privilege pavement and crashed, into the illl' yard. This especially beautiful property for highest II.i 3 clean, free from? ;i'-j: .A 'f I

reserved for lot owners. sidewalk. Three little children' I'll 1 2 ,sediment and impurities ':: ;.,.;t.- f (

'.. See P, ED. TATEN were killed. It' class subdivision purposes can now be had at a moneymaking I :: ., .. of all kinds. ... a.

Royal Palm Park Fort Myera Eren' careful drivers have unavoidable ffj l' price and on very easyerms' to ,a responsible I : r .,
I accidents and, when it Our, pricps are reasoriable :

3TTERS JEWELRY CO. lawsuits follow they are forcedto i II i party. .,> 'JL .. :-.t u...-1"1 # .11. 1 II S '. weight honest and 5 t ti'
FOBT thousands of dollars in I
Jewelers damages.pay Carry adequate liability service prompt and : ,.," t
reg r
I Optometrist and Mfg. Optician: insurance., :! For full particulars call on, write or wire I i' ular.Southern :{;,..
I Eyes tested Glasses fitted 11:11. -= ." ,; -.r c'' ,. .. L.i-J .. t,
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1221 First, St. Tort Myers Fla Call en this agency for all i ...\.
\ forms of ..1ntomClbUe'lDsu.raue. : SP BRUTON I

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1., The' Raymond OATDUILDINGup.1IBua Ways McClureStrozierInsurance\ !d it:; With Garrison & Shultz ;, '" I I I II Utilities ta .j!


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Myers. down from Saint ncouragenient would be given the the gum; IKS attdLhc iii hereby directed -
: They are
CLASSIFIED 'RATES- XworcfPuzzle to mail a copy of this memorial
ADVERTISING Petersburg.A arrner to increase hU production and
: Personal MentionII. ] ) of
I certified tinder gve*'
J'.ATES J'IJ' THESE COLTNS VARY the volume of business for the transorution -
iN" Coat Slate t the Ctt ircCownrifBioa. .
EACH 11tenstt .
ISSACt'OllOlXO TO Tilt: SIZK' OK TYPE YOU SELECT. party composed of Mr. and companies from this classf *
In counting the words. include the onl" For tient.WantVd l iach Of the %nator:
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: and 1Dc1llde &1io u.. Dame and address or box nunitwr.pt :Mrs. Geo. Beondy and 'Ir. and Mrs.H. ) freight would be greatly increased .
U Stewart of La Belle ReprweBtatHfe in Co gre-ffrom '
type like this 1 cent a word for each day. spent M. Kreorae from Tampa. arrived :and what would be lost in the deI I and

8-pt type Allte this. Z cents a word for each day. Friday In the city.F. Friday for a short stay. reased rate would be more than I : : the SUtrf Florida aad Ut.lM

I I Governor of aR ch state of tbs Vnitetl
tnte' the increased volume ofhipments !
S-pt like 'ained by
this S cents a word for each -- -- -
day. B. Beekman. of Palm Beach : I | States; a.d that Uw saverarp 41( tbI .,

': 10-pt type like this, 4 cents a word for each day. was in town Friday.J. Now. therefore. De it resolved by : I! !severaJ states be reo.M *4ed Ie Ml

10-pt type. like this 5 cents a word for each day. PARENTS NEGLECT he legislature! of the state of For-! I ibis memorial to the attentioH of tie

)lIXUIU.t RATE: L. Sullican. of Saint Louis is I : i legiubiuire of bU state at its n itscssica
N *d\ rlllni"lt' win be *nserted for 1e.. than ida..
25: cents for first Inser-
:: tlon. in Fort Myers on business. That the Interstate Commerce fntn- I ; and to tevite coa.*r Uoo in

:: Advertisements ordered ALTEr lo' run\AT& DAYS DUTY? TO CHILDREN mission be pad is hereby memorial 'I! 4 : : : order to secure the much. D **eA r.-
days will be charged: 1-% .
a cent tcr worc1.. in addition to the irgular rate on point tn.e. and 1 cent -O. Matbews; of Orlando 1:1: 'o take such act ion ia fixing and r. puVS ; I Uc-; HOBKht by this MIIIOTO1S .

per ,...wd OD aeer .u.".. visiting in the City of Palms. ---- : -

Cash in advance I I E. I In? Tkeuwiatr4 PrrBEKKELKY. ">> ( TO \1'1'1 'a I' ralm-l.ee Park N a one hundred anti
Not ?-No "Crd ot Tbanu" or "resolutionInserted E. Sutton Louisville Ky., arrived >- ihrl4'E hF lTETl :
81.00.For for lens than in Fort Myers Friday. Oal.. April 18.-Professor 11116 LET' Ea.P.TE T. I eighty acre citrus grate turned Into

your own 1rotectIon. briny .d..tl"lnc In eorrecUy t7J>ewrltten. I C. I). Mead I of the departmentof hereby Biv: .. thal tI.. 'Sr. Iwanllful boue ites. 2-10-tfc.
This paper i. no, responsible rue' mstakcs NOTICE is
adv..rtllK'ments teepiaune.j 111. I education in the Tniversity (.f Ca\- ,ieretgfla'ii will aiiy Li> the ::; ,";;:
: SI. -
-II. B. Nelson of Moultrie, Ga. Is JoIF't: V. S1A1CflN. tiacerliof ? .
ifornia said recently that the parentsof ..1.' -
-- -- in the city on business.F. K'JttS&tttoVIotk ll: !.., .1 SI -
today were responsibilities -
FOR 'itll: Ci: th. s S
SALK I- M.' or aa neon
Party taking through mistake or oth- to the alreadyoverburdenedshoulders 'or.,- can I* heart far Let,.TS I'-S.S' I _. _.
.ft r as
niuleTlT era i e. a Udy toot; from the coat room S. Dean with Mr. ant. ;Mrs. Ed- of the teachers. "They are ..nlUnotiuc under the fuUo..mr1'\ '/-, _
[ of
KOK SALK-two work sell the Charlotte l .y Hotel Punta t-Mr. the ftrnrtna'' ill I 'hlis ,
: cheap. U. ){. llellman. 4-13-lfc I. U.&. on lbs night of Thursday, April| th. gar Bunlal will be in the city fora expecting too much of the schools" now.IMMM!on charter file In the office ..f tt, St--r.tan

is Ken known. to roe and 1 give Ih.. oi>- few days. They came from Atlanta. he asserted. They now demand that fi'a..
FOK SALK-rOverlaud touring ear- ; .ourlu..i.y to this. p..rty to return the ,,, this the lint dray' of lt.ar.ti \ !
IC5.W. Also Fordson tractor dine. fcanie. when no questions will .U a..ked- the teachers give esthetic and moral "at
and ....rrow. Address J. 0.1'''i''''. I will u. l".. ";:;*
plow EEsily forced to take such -t W.
Gilbert and William well : W. IV UANOCROIUJK CLcAmuG0-
McUregor boulevard. 4ICtp. i il legal; slips as Is necetitury. whu-h willTr 11.1 as as mental training. They have K. H. HOKAX

,'I" Ver emi.arrnaslng.; 1 ahall wait a Cents.from Lake Alfred are in shifted the !burdens from the home to l K. T HORANII I
FOIl SALK: :Lumber and material In |l..uftk.l.-.t length of time In order to give on business.Mr. M. SHKiWOOD: Ii of'QOAtlTY t.
tic- the class room. and expect perfect re I
warehouse building corner Jackson !Mrty llnie ta l"der return la the I I : H. ii. MARVTZ"' i
and liay Itreeta.: to> be taken down and I h..h'l mum" *ilk"h laken VASSA sults." tb-s ood.-rsigaed. hereby :r!""',, '

moved at once. Apply 0... M. lint man. :io.NhS.. l-unta Oorda. Fla. 417ltc.1O and Mrs. S. V. Street :Mr. andIrs. i iof I, We.ourselv.tosrthT for the paint.Iiiwsstiiig ...-.. ." I .
Parents also Professor Mead ate
___ continued . ,'. t >
4-Z-Kc. ...........t_ staler thola I v, /
nll.u.ca: ''UJWUI.\: I*. L. Miller and turn are among say'" their children cannot read, at the. Slate a of ..,....i' :a. ............. r... I'. .
- Full AVMl Iliiouier Jabiiu Fort
ifw Myers visitors. write or .spell as well as they could. hnmatisii ...
: top. |ZU.! \Vaaliiiieton" St.. 1> thhJhlihl1<>! ( UILSOV and iaunuuitit-s of a --.I'UlI 1.profit.
4-lK-ltii. lI!<. maintained that present day students -

FUll SALE-Cheap| for cauli-li25! Ch..vrul..t (continued from page; 1) Henry Clay. Hubert Sane and :M. were far ahead of their parentsor AR1ICLE .. .hall I. V. rra.n.an: : a standard
touring car In goud condition. Inquir Iclkiuald, all of Americus, Ga.. are The name of thin ewnsrationitnte
pie who. touched their hearts and grandparents at the same age.;; lie AlU..ItHAN-'LtoiUl'.' REALTY OOI1. rang superiority
2U iinrrrtt St., 4-lg-ltu. S '
knew their griefs.. for a few days. Pointed. out that some tests given inBoston J"OI\TI-:';. and lisa i.uiaiiaeaa. .shall I... sluud the ttst.B's -
: i ,..luet..1 al any pia... or ........'" ill it.State S i.iI IS iii
FOR SALK-Used Vadalutc car. Or will President ; in 1X:;.0 were repeated recently iCier'
I -
anil to aay
Harding' raaiSin
trade lot. AL I death occurred "f 1o'k.r..L- are
for C. Wlllianm.. pytluauBldg. ... U.S. a
.. 4-U-atc.: I I before I the iieoni of America -Frank Hays jr. Joe Bennett and and in prat'tic-ally all instam-es the of HMfuit.J Stat.at Amemin.1 quality workrsall..iiiia -
had br fni.larLime
roaiitrieH as may i:1 at'' lair
-- ---I I I lime to really kaow Jim llenut-tt are here for the week. 1 modern child came out the belter."Wuut in forelcn tillSauttatanizastl by the Hoard a.' garments
him all
. J.'OH HALK--Kuril. 1..1'1north rout lot I and so as to : and
- in --Itiveralde.-. it. Uox :::10.; 41C3ICFOIC : :a memorial to him they are end. we ueeil. instead of ("01DI liiret'Lors. Tile priuciiol. plaice .'>f biiraa-Kh.UI. by our un-
- I preserving I ..._ anal offir- of mid eorporation art' protittd
:- --- his pleasant wide-verandaed IaiiHs. is some whole-hearted support uc in Fort Myera. i.e.I'ou t>. FkM-Bla. guarantee.
SALJS: --by owner. KiKhtevn of the : '
,IwBl lots on Tamianii trail frontliiK. I house at Marion Ohio and -Mrs. B. Leach with Mr. and Mrs. and training at home and more AKTU'LE II. .
-- Golf links. some lots within 2tK} fret of gathering Ales Th. KMKTal uaturtof the busim-su I. Coavince"
Watson. all of arrived Will
Naples wood.sh the -
the spirit "
of > Tri.il
in it all of the among .. fOKiucted by this <-orporalion .w- \
,r the trail size M by 14:>. only $l1.U for belonging: associated ue rarried < > and v'
quick action. Alao the best ten acre subdivision with his life. There are also plans In Fort Myers Friday.C. parents." shall !>>.: develop. IXJARDilAN.. U... ".;
near In. only a fraction over a fa t To purvhase. improve ELEAXOIt -
mile front Post office See J. It. Itavin.i to endow in his name a department hold and .-ujoy. real relate in lee slmpk- star aeltx-twi tin -tV'i4 LAl'NDRY t
; 4-1S-41C. In O. Noble and family of Vin- ninth. ground ...ul. or la--..-. to !li-n.w-. coat as part ot her siHliii O-aiilrobe. (:
some great university for the '
in- __ suchbfeves Uy'nS
11th. BiTs: : itLit.rSHH: : wetIeee.aii Mil thai In I 1-au.ng
ton Iowa. has arrived in the ot
City .
FtJRSAI.E-hIs we.-.k-TwOhow.- i truction of men and women In got- .\ :It KM itliIEltS: or panels. Improvt-d or uuimpr.-| I I'houe 19
lots in East: Fort Myers. >fc bluk from Palma for a short stay. ..... ami on sack tersest an to tOme snit Knuwii Boulevard paying; IS and IX per cent in- rnment service both its business taaaner ef |>ay.>._t as may Ii.agri'al zle" it is of Imported plaitS Vooi waLl !

-- -. lour larger-resident utas in departments and its diplomatic and (Continued from Page: 1)I upon. -. ,.. transrr squares of vivtJ colors emS a atuwcllar IPSU
best section at a price for 2 days. -M. J. Taylor is accompanying A. H., To purcl.a.a.tUln o n. : as
Nalle. with Tichenor Uooman.4.I&-II: |>. consular branches. ...."\..y an.l f Ill...-..... "li ,nd I I of ml ajul wiUte ",'hkh..
J. Moore and family: visit to !FortCHURCH at.> ; on : ; .: f.Midstuffe. '
Koosevelfs great energy and on a pri:1 ....-tpg.... i..... s ami .*|HTideuce 4oC'' CLiuu -..rrieU -- or corporate
FOU SALK OH TRADElieurn.tarot.- iMieUeiiness. of any irsun \
.p rty that has paid over |12uo: In last' countless interests are reflected inthe ticm. I
nine montlis. Owner diiraiiarltaled. byrlckness number and variety of memorials te) conduct a general brofcemce.elKy I

One to>half care canh.fur It.rest Selling time. S at>*>sacrifice. own- that have been made to him-the II I NOTICESST. II urtiers*( for UIHonimiitsHMi the pun.ha.siale UusIne or ma..._for hating rates in interstate transportation AtArcade

r11O_ Thompson. avenue. 4-17-21C.. park within sight of his home at [ pistOL gutiatiIoan of real. !' state thereon. for: others to. JMln'haJOJ,1 and to as- :, that the rates on agricultural and I Theatre

FOR SALEroom house.'; story I bunit Oyster nay established in accordance : *-U\ for ollwr iiersonal i.rop rty. stocka.l borticulttrai
(alow. nicely furnisli.?.l. walrr. Hiclils.; with his wish that it u garage. On MicbiKan a..... lu-st buy in might be a LUKE'S; EPISCOPAL! CHI'.U("II tVuotlfurd he service. and visit the reading ..rrou for others. And to a.t as aK >t so that they will not exceed the rateshitIt I 7:30Sunday:

town for the money. S.Ujule >;...! at breathing space for the people of the % Ate. at the Corner ofr 04.111. for renting, houiu-s and lands and the. mlholIon 01tas. .- prevailed prior to the World
and the inyment
of r.nts
K. 1.>. 1. Uox 112. Fort Myers.
once. Evening
neighborhood the
Roosevelt medals
4-16-31U.: ; Second Street ..... War; and that the demurrage regula- .
warded annually for citizenship; the I rinsT .wKTiiomsT: () EPISCOPAL (.1) To have such other and fnrthwpuwera ::::
Services at the Episcopal church as lions be
may so modified and amended Sermon
authority or myiere.iter :
I and as now :
To IFOR KENT house where he was born in New
: follows;, I .UILKIH be granted. to conwratlnaBor as to graat to shippers and receivers
;. York City which has Second under the. Lana of the State
been oreserved Sunday School and Church History ;Comer of Street and Anderson ot Florida.profit of such commodities further "The After Easter
POIt IlKXT-furnished apartnu-nt. :2CI! and turned Into center for"patriotic Ateno
-H-tfc.. Class 9:45; Morning ,Prayer and, Sermon AKTiri.KIII.: time for loading anal storage before
,Fowler Direct. education. and the bird sanctuary Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.. morning Tlw Vapital Stok of this corporation Life"
at 730 m. AVe are still in' demurrage is charged! because
; p. ; shan IKtl sum of tw.ntyFivtThou- : of the .
FOR RE..TIC. eoolapartment at Boulevard an eleven acre tract at Oyster Bay.Grant's worship and sermon at 11:00: a. l into
Inn. 1'ric right 4-1G-101p. Seascn, mon 7:20Ve: are still in : sand I lioll.u-n. U.tIl"IIU: > di\ule< difficulties of handling aM delivering
tomb overlooking the Hudson Ei. No service at the evening hour on tao hu..dr.fitlY (ROil: shares of die By
the Easter Season. therefore some of oarve : of Un- llcmlri-d lK>]Iars. larnv products.1tesqlvd I
FOR RK.-'urni>>hed apartment illLM river at New York. Is a compact Sunday and Wednesday evenings on stock shall be
: St. 4-11-tfc. the Easter Sunday music will be repeated. (5115.159 each which Rev. O. T. Anderson
adequate building that recalls the You are invited.F. account of the Evangelistic meetingsat I haul in lawful moiit-y Labor of the fnited : That t'c senators and
or in proptrty. or
WANTED study figure ot the man whose dustIt A. ShORE RectorS the tent. I at a eju.- .
shelters. It misses beauty by a The annual meeting of the Saint determined at a meeting by called lb.Board for sucb of Directors pur-- state of Florida be reqMBtal to lake

tALE HELP' WANTKP to wll- $19IIII'IC"H'Watkia'8Home wide. mark and. like the man. lacks .1'liESlflTitI4h: : C1IUKCH John's Kiver conference of the Methodist mse to l he ha> anal h-l-l after the granting i such action with reference to this "The Earth is theLord's"

Company Necettl: wants In man Fort M7...... More the grace, though not the dignity. of Corner liojal Palm Ate. and Second Episcapal Church will con- an.l of whk-h tIecharter Capital Stock herein shall applied be issue for*;, memorial as may be appropriate

than 1M" used daily. 1.-0.... $35: : to $:;O! Its position. Street vene in the White Temple in :Miami ....1.1. asslKiieil and transferred only Inar with a view of obtaining for its -
weekly. Kxprrk-m-e. unnn-ennary. Write1iept .>ortlun'ie with such by-laws the
13-8. J. It Watkins ('omiany.| '%-18 Grover Cleveland's memorial is the Sunday school at 9:45: A. M. the lith inst., and Rev. Snow will be corporation Bliall from tim.to time proper consideration by the Inter- By

Went Iowa Sty :Memiihi T un. 4-lH-Ztp- tower at Princeton university a Young People's: society of Christian I in.! attendance, but his pulpit here will make. chanice. or of altar with a lien noprrvtil state Commerce Commission: sad if

ANTED TO REXTto-; three. or iothlc structure of great beauty. Into -; endeavor at 6:4: :; p. m. be filled on Sunday morning the 12th its in Capital.favor Stock corporation for any ln.Ietated-. uponall present legislation is inadequate to8I'"ure :Mrs. W. Harris

four room' apt. farnlnhed well arranK- the have been gathered a which at the time be due by
l small building Morning worship and sermon at and 19th inst.. by local men. ness may. the relief sought that they
must Iw reasonable lay .
ed.close In. the bolder of the lume unto the corporation -
family permant-ntly locat..!. AnswerBox library and a museum containingthe 11 a. m. You are cordially invited. and which shall be II lien superiorto take the necessary action to procurethe Clawson

101 Car Press Office. -ltCc:. personal an<| official relics of Evening worship and sermon at E. H. SNOW. Minister.( all other. liens or claim. of every character passage of such a law.
and all assignments or transfersot You Are Invited
BOARDERS WANTED: 112 Garrett the man and of his time. 7:30 p. m. Member West Ohio Conference) stock of this corporation shall: be subject -
Street. Good meals and room. flBUO Tbe Woodrow Wilson college to be I thereto. Resolved: That the Secretary o(
J-2Mfc At the hour the -
per week. morning pastor AltTHLK: IV.This .
established at Valdosta. Georgia. will discuss the theme"A Practical corporation shall base existence -4,
WANTED-Someone to stay on place will differ fundamentally from the COMWF.GATIOXAL for a period of nluetynin.9) years.
with housework and two tleligion" religion that emphas- that time diwolved
i and help Scrtire at Arcade Theatre unless before by law.
children. Good pay. Apply Mrs. J. W.Hartleaon. memorials to the other presidents.It lies justice. kindness and humanity.At AK1HLK V. IRA W. SAlreral
i'hone Ii7-t rings 4-t-tc I IREAL [ will be monument to the idealsof The business of this corporation| shall
the evening hour the topic for ""The After Easter Life" is the subject be carried on and conducted by the following -
sTATE WANTED-Will trade Wilson rather than to the man : offk-ers: A Board of t'ina-etors. Second Hand Dealers
discussion is one that will appeal to of the sermon at the Arcade theater
a seven passenger Harmon touring car himself. It will not be merely an consisting of not lem than three <:3> and
and some cash as drat payment on well every one in Fort Myers. "What Is Sunday: evening at 7:30 o'clock. not more than seven (H Directors a Phone44t \

located acreage or lots' Sex Anderson Street expression of his character and qualities the Greatest Need of Fort Iyersr The speaker thinks that people are ITesi.lent.; a Vice JYesidt-nt. a Secretaryand : 219 Hendry Street Fort Mjerm, Florida.
Co.. SJ4:: First .
at Anchor Realty but center ot influence from a Treasurer. The offices of Secretary .
4-16-3tc. a Sixty leading business and professional too much inclined to think of Easteras and Treasurer may he .hold by one
; which his ideals and aspirations will then and the same -...'on. The officers shall .
2 men have been asked to give merely a day to celebrate and ----------
WANTED TO BORROW-$1,3<>O for of be stockholders of the t"OI"Joorallon and .. ..
r years first mortgage on close In' prop- be passed on to generations young their opinion on this subject. They be forgotten for a year. It ought to bethought the President. Vice J>President Secretary

erty. Box :312. Fort Myers. Fla 4-16-ilp., men and so with them. into the have given written answer to this of as the beginning of a kind anal Treasurer Khali be members of thiIrd
of Directors. Until the first annual
WANTKD-Salfsmen to aril Fort Myna world,of afatirs. question. The answers given by of life which can and ought to be cultivated meeting of the corporation her. Bprovbled SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS
"j property In North this summer. -Ad- Along with the group of Valdosta for. the following shall be the
deeps j EN. Kyle. 20' First National these .men will form a part of the and nourished afterward. officers of the corporation :
liak BIdg. Chattanooga. Tenn. 4-l'-3tp Citizens\ headed by :Mr Alien Strick discussion of this subject Sunday Mrs. W. Harris Clawson. soloist.I tV.. Helano. President.ieorge .
----- acting trustees of the IL lloran. Vice-President..
land. who are
evening. It will be worth your will.sing The Earth is the Lord's" 1T.. lloran. Secretary and Treasurer

: i FOUND college. ,a group of friends and admirers while to attend this service and see (Lynes), accompanied by Miss Mildred -! and E. \\'. eLano. tieorge IL lloran. R ROast Turkey ?1.QO .
of Wilson have been. working T. Horan an.l II. 0. Jlaenta Iara-vtora.
with the Botts. pianist. The public is cordially -
Florida Auto license tag num how nearly you 'may agree The annual hieeting' of the corporationshall

FOUND;< ber 9L462Owner- may: han same bJ'' shoulder to, shoulder for more opinions set forth by the sixty men- invited to attend this Sunday U .held on the first Wednesday m Chicken a la King 75c
OffIce and paying. for than a year. planning the details of: July. commencing; with the year I':$. at ,
calling at Press of Fort ).Iy The evening service.
4lttMISCELLANEOUS leading citizens rs. which lime the officers of the corporation : -
this adv. the! college. They include 'such men will follow this symposium REV. O. T. ANDERSON. shall lie elected. _
Col. Edward U. House Dr. David pastor The stmkholders shall sleet the Directors t "
; as with an address setting forth his own of the Cbrimration, and the" Board
: : P. Houston. secretary of Agriculture views of this Important subject. of J.irect..... Khali elect the officers of RIVERVIEW' DINING ROOM\

Wilson cabinet and Dr. Sid I CUAMI AVEMT METHODIST the eonioration. The By-laws of theconwralion f
the .
The "Wood Man" for Fort Myeni peo- t In Strangers and visitors to the ci'v made stockhoklers .
'.ble. Call John Parker for stove ney R Meses. president of the College cordially welcomed to these services. C1IUKCIL SOUTH but thi*I'e' ybf.e delegated .. ,....

,_ 4'-6tP of the City of New York. D. Pastor. Sunday School. 3:30 p. m. to. the Board of Itfrectors.AUTICLK VI.. :, S
REV. J. K..IIENHY. D. ---- --
:f wood. ...."W.I.... nnint r--- out- that- since Wilsonwas Epworth League. 7:00 p. m. The highest amount ot Indebtedness or uiiimiiiiuimiiimiiiiisiiiiimimiiiiimiiimniimiiiiimiiiiiiii immiiumimiii

roM ItoO)( and board apply at Oul.- scholar and served! the.long apprenticeshiP Preaching 7:45! p. m. liability' to which this corporation at anytime '
t JolcGre&or Boulevard FlUST BAPTIST ClIl'HCIICorner : can subject itself shall be the sum
, yard Inn. 143 t-1'-5tp. to his public career In and Jackson Street Everybody welcome.W. i of One Hundred Thousand Dollars

S that It Is fitting cond I J. JONES. Pastor UIOO.OUW.OO.
nniyersity. I.
stamp and en- a Morning service at 11 o'clock. AUTICLF. VII.
""wlon" \ with postage mamiM attached 'Anything I that the monument to him should bea 7:30 o'clock.Slidweek I The flames and residences of the Incorporators -
Evening service at :
send cash of this corporation and the
o'bfO 1870. WritS or hi policies of education -
maiL BoX 6 2, Everglades )lor.idaS .college* where service on Wednesday EAST FORT lITERS .JIET OIHST amount of Caiiital. Stock. subscribed. for

by return 410.4tlip. can vehicle be put for Into his practice ideals. They and evening at 7:3Q o'clock.: \ EPISCOPAL! CIUTJCH, SOUTH: by J:.each W. are IVUano as follows Allegan.: M <'bht&n. Ill L 20th .

bow warm It gets. be made a the Sunday.school at 9:45! a. m. Sunday SchooL 10:00 a. m. Oscar shares: George tL lloran. AlleganMichigan. I Effective April
fiXo matter believe that since he was from a 4I chapR.. T. lloran. Al-
shortage Men' Bible class meet In church Clount. Superintendent.
there will be no cold weather bred. It Is appropriatethat legan. Michigan. M shares: II. M. Sher
South. Georgia auditorium. .., Preaching. 11:00 a. m. wood. Fort Myers Florida. 64 shares;
for evera Iweeks. the college bearing his name M. U. ilaentx. Allegan. Atichigan ill
meets .
Young men's Bible class Epworth Leaguer-7:00 p. m. .ha.."

.I'": reliable financial writer should be placed In the environment. Junior- high building. Everybody 'welc me. r 1'J: "WITNESS WHEREOF we hay Rates In Coral Gables Hotels after
The most helped to mould his life. hereunto set our hands and seals this
that Intermediate B. Y. P. U. at 6:30p.DL W. J. JONES Pastor the 23rd day of March.
the bank teller. : Eb.USF.ALJ;
U _? 'rOo r.. W K. %'. =
ISy StanleyfffX. (till) GKunUK II. HuilAN. (SHAL.I this date will be from two to twofiftyper I
The Old Home Town1 B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p- m. IO\A COMMDMTV CHURCHSunday : (1011) t:. T. HORAN: (SEAL) =

Sunbeams meet on Saturday at Sv-iool at 9:45. lUIS) II. )to SHKIiWOOD (SEAL)
..D LE5$ (HUM) 11. O. UABNTZ; tSfclAM day each this greatly reduced -
4tuS.Ynoem S. ; : ou 2:30 In the church.- Sun hy 111\-,ice .at 11 o'clock. State o( Michigan. ) : person, 1 I

S S4e.R.D14 W. IL ADAMS. Pastor The I iblic 4e cordially Invited. ) n = L Ltv
iT7A County of Allcgan > make
9 A4A1p4? OvER ttANtli.EsH.a11450At ThAT eENcElJ fjer. BURIIAUS. Pastor. I 1KJ HKKKBY CERTIFY. That on rate will enable you, to
A $EI' FIRST METHODIST CHURCH this the. 1st day of ApriL A. !.>.. IS IS, =

V* .*lOUT First SI.,.Opposita Royal Palm Hotfl FIRST CIIR1ST1AX. CUUROI personally before me.amieareil the umlcrslgne.hi. ,v. authority DeLnno the six day; trip for about twenty dollars >" .,

FATTEN The usual cer.vlcea at this church At Gwjnne Institute Ueorge H. Itoran. t:. T. lloran and ILUu
MORE THAUFOofe Maentx. all to me well known am :: -
MEN&ON morning and evening.; Hereafter the Divine worship every Lord's Day. known by me to be four 0f the persons giving you three nights and .

THAT evening service! wil\ begin at ,7:4-: Bible School at 9:45 a. m. who executed. the foregoing' promsed ,
Charter. of the ?M1 MIKA.X-F1 UUDA '
UTTU= PATCH The Epworth leagues, will- meet. -at- Preachias.at! .11:00 a. m. REALTY COKPOItATIOX. and th'y g wo days in Miami and Coral Gables. '
Lord's Supper at 11:4saa. m. severally acknowledged. that they slpn- i
7p.m.This" ed and executed. the Arne for the pur- .
is a home like church. Visitors Evening service at 7:45 p. m. poe-S therein set f
riEnEOF. I have This is an opportunity can't afford
are' made to-feel at home among us. We invite all members of the hereunto'IN 'WITNESS set my hand and affixed ray you

of the spiritual order. Christian Church here and elsewhere .
The music Is official Seat at AHegan Mlchiean. the

Jones Orchestra is a happy addition to come and worship with us.. date mentioned last aforesaid t to miss.. Next bus leaves Fort
C. V. PECK. Notary Publio ,
to the services. S R. G. THOMAS Minister III and for Allecan County Michigan. ,

O. ... THROWER. Pastor ( )ly'lomml..icm; 1 Eapirel. }.JaY.1' %. U2j. : Myers Wetlriesday, April twenty-\ I.
: State of "lorlda ) :

WjS -
: of tntS
County ,

''ThflI XrGrtgor Boolevard. and Henley. Sunday this the Cth day of April. A. 1)- U2i.
before the Understnod anthoritypersonally
Place Mass 8 a. m.Mass. -ai arett 15.-'M. ffher. vood. to :: t tg

U UUIILP' lthiPi6sMNf.ap 10 a. m. me well known and known by wn. to be Local Office, 2 -4First. Street-
I one of the persons who .*ecgtrd the = fJI (
: 9:30 a. m.-Snnday School. Sunday: School. 11:15 a. m. foregomgproposed Charter *of the

I 4- I 11:00 m. Sunday service. .. Vespers 7:30 p. m. MICHIGAN-FLORIDA REALTY COBlOi.TIOX Division Manager -
EAhI E.ii5dl) ffd' S Ja. amt be acknowledged. that Va.nccvI1l, .... I ; .>
S April) IS.-"Doctrine of Atonement, Saturday he. igned and-execute the sam* for tIM = r---' ; :

evening testimonial Instruction for children. 10:30 a. m. porpones therein set forth. ,- "- .
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i his lot on the rock road two miles'I I sere sympathy of a great many I :Monday afternoon Mrs. ',10. IL Minnin iiimiiimimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimmiimiii iiiiiiiiiiiiii'gI ,
Punta south of town. The material is stucco I I friends.
I I Gorda News Itock entertained Mesdames Kd Hen-
and the house will contain I I I
: drt"k80D and Joshua :Mizell at a farewell
rooms all I
conveniently arranged and Fourteen :
friends were royally entertained party, prior to the hostess!' !' leaving
handsomely finished
It is fast approaching at luncheon given by Mr' ; for her home- in :Morrow: Ohio.
I PCNTA GORDA. April 1$. (Special!) noon of Easier Next day. the happy' placed at 15.000.00.Mr. completion.. The! cost is I i and :Mrs. C. J. I'Pnnock at the Charlotte Delicious angel-food raVe and ice I I ARCADE THEATRE | i
A beautiful custom was Introduced I couple went to Tampa where they Bay: Hotel. Wednesday ere\ m were the chief viands The:
here for the first time. Sunday morn-' will make their home. The bride Is : cake was an Easter greeting:: from I I Presents II
laf. when Miss Mary Ulsh music an attractive: young woman. She has and Mrs. Ira Atkinson are en:j Walter Under and his sister :Miss :Mrs. U< teacher of the high school and a bevy, many friends here where she was Joying a week.visit from the former 1 i Catherine Under having enjoyed a I --- I I1. h1-'YS AND HIS SUNNILAND | r
of her advanced pupils, went around I born and reared,who unite In wishing Ga.brother. A. \\ Atkinson of Griffin.i j threemonthvlst! here to the formers :\1..>. Josephine Jones and her I
, a considerable part of the town and: her a long life of uninterrupted happiness. who. accompanied by his wife! and parents-m-Uw. Mr and Mrs I. daughter Miss Sallie! Jones enjoyeda ORCHESTRA I| i
I cane Easter carols In front of the i The fortunate groom: is an energetic baby ,daughter' and :Miss! Lillian Hammond 1v. :Miller. left. Thursday morning,I motor trip to Fort :Myers and back. !
residences of many people. The : young man of Tampa where arrived Sunday The visitor for their home" near Peoria. Ill Sunday afternoon..
1 appropriately clad In spotless Ilrls.j he Is In the service of .the Seaboard are Punta very Gorda.favorably impressed' with I i Those dancing shootin' high-fallutin 1 c f
devoted the hour between
railway. KINGS i'
I Syncopatin teasin' pleasin'
!, j o'clock to ,the performance of -
.. function. :Mrs Henry N. Alfor.l of Atlanta I ; I ::,
; charming The song and the E. C. Holroyd. who Is conducting a with her OF JAZZ! ''
pretty baby Ruth, I'n-I
singing of them were .both very beau large pigeon farm in the eastern after 3
maL suburb., on Monday, shipped to Melrose :! loving father: a Dr ten-days B. B. visit here to her i | ;
Blount. and her Steamer FAVORITE FOR FORT
: Mass, eight crates or coops brother Justus Blount, started on her I "Royal Palm"I-
Sir and lira. Thomas Calhoun Brit- containing about 250 pigeons He Is I 1
return home, Tuesday morning. I'- MYERS DANCERS
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ton of Shanghai. China are the guest: finding! the business \"fry'profitable,
of II.... Britten's mother Mr*. Leeora especially in the winter' when squabs :Mesdames Will be hauled l out in Tampa Saturday! for the purpose oft
t I. Yeager at her home on 'Marian ave command fancy prices T. Blanchard Logan social" Criggs leaders and of George Saint! caning boiler and installing a new pro eller. I! Closing their engagement tonight I|
I nue. The visitors hare been living In I
,r China JOT the past eight: years, MrBriUoa 't I Many friends were at the depot. Fort Petersburg Myers, returning from a visit to j Sailings Sunday morning from Tampa and! Monday I- ARCADE | I
I being connected with the Tuesday morning, to say goodbye to Monday night stopped here Mrs: over Logan and spent is& an I afternoon from Fort M\i>r\ will be cancelled.! s I
American-Oriental Corporation of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Deck: who
regularly old
t Kentucky friend of the F. T. Perkins |
Shanghai. They have made several I I spend their winters here and who I Also Saturday Only
family only one of hom., Emmett : REGULAR s d
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: trips to America.. but this is their first were then leaving for their home in Perkins, is now living here :: :
f visit to Punta Cords, and they are Morrow. Ohio. | J
; > very favorably Impressed with the IH resumed with Tuesdav afternoon's sailing from 1' Rlv OLOUS SAL"
r' I :Mr and :Mrs.! G \\, Gatewoud are
town. Mr. Brltton Is president-elect of, Mr. and Mrs Louis Summers of lamenting the death of their bright tampa. :: ig
(' the Shanghai Rotary club and will: Delray. who recently sold their home little! grandson. ::
c.,. { 4 take office In May I at that place. are staying; at the Chad- two years' and six Newton months Hoffman. who.tiled age;!: l'a a"cnger and Freight Service. 'g With Eugene O'Biien, Mae Busch | i

,, I I wick apartments while visiting Mr*. of tclilis at the home of his parents: and! Ben Alexander
Edward A. Stroll and W. I. Bailer ummers! mother,:Mrs.! Leeora Meager Mr and :Mrs.. U G. Hoffman in tort TAMPA r eminent and popular citizens of Br- and family They will leave next Mjers on Wednesday 1 1J.
morning after i=
<, mont were here attending to busi, month for Louisville. Ky. where they only a diva: illness. The = = :
.:;liL"; Leas Monday, }fro Stroll{ has recently I will loca'e.; and their daughter: Miss grandparenU ; Irene- Fort Myers Steamship Company i= P HARRIS Manager |
'r' returned from the national soldiers'hospital Oate"..ood. motored to Fort Mjers and ::
IB Lake City where he was: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Skipper entertained attended the child funeral on \\'ed- :-: i
being treated for Injuries received in at a delightful dinner party. ceMlay afternoon. The bereaved s .
the World War. He wants to buy a Monday evening;, Dr. and Mrs, Johnson ents and grandparents hate par : '
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mad on her property there. Fidelity Trust Company.

f7'&' )I.... M. A McAdow-visited friends I Appropriate Easter services were .
) In Fort Myers, Monday. enjoyed by large congregations in all
-t: the churches: Sunday The music the I A City of
Dr. }{. J. Mulbolland started on hla floral decorations and the sermons il
summer vacation Tuesday morning, were all Inspiring: The weather was
going first to Washington, whence be IdeaL The children had their egg- ..
& will go to New York and other places hunts on Monday afternoon and enjoyed -
;ti of interest in the Eastern States. them immensely. I .
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The first wedding of white people lIon. W. I* Koon. president of the d
''r.' .to take place here In a long time was State Bank. left. Wednesday evening I. an Happiness '
's' that of Ray Stanley of Tampa and for Tallahassee to attend a meetingof
it/-\ Miss Bertha Bell of this place which the State Livestock board of which .
:V>>oi was solemnized by Rev J. E. Shepherd he Is a member. I
r ,-i. 11 pastor of the Methodist church, The builders of fine vision and creative touch have made Hollywood-By-the-Sea a city of gen- .",;
f at the residence of the bride's parents, Herman Parker Is having a very uine strength and
-" virility a: city that stands in Florida splendor all-year resort-bid-
as an
!dr. and Mrs J. T. Bell on the after cosy, attractive residence built on
a( ding visitors enjoy its pleasures 12 months in the year.I?!

:ii; With Hollywood By-the-Sea's wealth of recreational assets and with the wondrous climate of

.t'. Southern Florida-said. to be the most wonderful climate in all the world-the city represents -

-. I the ideal place for vacation or for permanent residence. .

'i't : ''I f Hollywood By-the-Sea makes life fuller and stronger. Sports of tropical! lure abound-surf '

bathing, sea fishing, golf dancing and many others-all with modern hotel accommodations I

at reduced summer rates.. It has closed a most successful winter season. It is starting a
... I magnificent summer program., L .... *,_.

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;"" Hollywood ByTheSeat. .. .

As An Industrial City ..

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i.e Powerful as Hollywood By-the-Sea is as an all-year city it stands firmly as a potential industrial -

city, a city whose developers, believing in the great industrial, agricultural, mineral .

1 r and shipping strength of Florida, have announced the building of a deep water harboroneof

the finest between New York City and the Panama Canal, with perhaps the world's most
\ 1 I famous engineer to superintend the construction as consultant. .

; Announced a month ago-work has been begun on this harbor work of clearing away the

mangrove, work of' edging that other construction may be begun. The harbor at Lake ,

Mable, Hallywood By-the-Sea, is still a picture-a vision. But in three years, according to '
YOUR LAST CHANCE the engineers, it will be a reality, bringing to Hollywood By-the-Sea the commerce of the

.1 seas, cargoes from ports of the world furnishing and .'
cheaper better: transportation, to open : < '_ !
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Florida producer. -
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Hollywood "
f.I' By-the-Sea know the future Florida. They believe in the future '

.. for happiness of its people-happiness based on the prosperity of real production. l'

And from this faith there will come the future Hollywood By-the-Sea, all-year resort city i
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". industrial city, city furnishing shipping facilities for .
a rich hinterland,. city of great popu '
$43 I lation, city of diversified life-in all a city of prosperity and happiness.

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S This offer is over tonight at eleven o'clock. OLLYWOODBytheSea
Drop by and take home one of these values. : : .
No need to spend more when you 'can come to

, Heitman's and get all -first quality wearing apparel ; .- (.... : ;
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il Heitman Special Suit .. .... .. ., .. . .$30.00
Beacon Shoes ....... ... ... ..... .. .. .. .. 5.00 You'll] Enjoy the Free Inspection Tour No ; !
,1 I i Manhattan' Shirts -. .. ... .. .... ....'. 2.50 I --- ObligationFree ;', < .
Etchison Straw Hat .... : "........ ... .. 2.50 Tour. of llolliwood .. ,
Wilson Bros. Tie .., .. .: ... : ... ... ... 1.00 Insuection! to ; By-th-Sea. Our. Complete information about the tour, together'with Hollywood :
Momto Sox ". . .. .:. .... .. .. ... .. 1.00 I Weekly Trips Designed from 24-Passenger Fort Touring. Coaches DeLuxe make .11 I printed matter, illustrated, will be sent you. 'on. receipt of., the' :' t
f. Wilson Bros. Union Suit ... ... .: ..... 1.00 Myers. t |. Coupon in this advertisement. "" ', 'l'/ ;' t
I J Paris garters u. .. :,. ;:...... . ., .50 t
.I, Fill Out and Mail This Coupon Today! HOME SEEKERS REALTY COMPANY '
Complete Outfit . . ... ... .. .$-13.50 Fisher & lIogabone, Local Agents, ", : : 1\

I We have other lots that will run as low as $37.50 146 Jackson St, Fort Myers, Fla. Agents for '. .:. : :

I and as high' as you like. Dear Sir: Kindly send me without obligation on my part, HOLLYWOOD LAND AND WATER .
SATURDAY ONLY full information about the FREE TOUR OF INSPECTION: .

j Men's shoes that regularly- sell for: $6.50 to 8.50 to Hollywood By-the-Sea Florida's Year Round Resort City, J. W. YOUNG, President .. -

going at and Descriptive Printed Matter. Illustrated. Fort Myers Office: i fc' A y.,, I

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