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 20, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002072345
oclc - 34201128
notis - AKR0653
lccn - sn 96027168
System ID: UF00079929:00095
 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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J $$500,000 CAPITAL i TASKS IS WEEKFew d

I First National: Company Has Same of Marlln" n"Nmnu'nd.1tiuo'

Anns--w i Oulwrs as rlrst National: I JLue Been Enacted:: }bA ) _
Rotary Also Cele- i .
Rank U YetI :
1 dt Bill Before HouSe Would Increase -
brate In Honor of Visitors y I

From Up-State Cities The First National Finance Com I fit, Tae .MM-Uitnl PrwTALLAHASSLE. ..) I. ', Rate From Three
pany of Fort M>'ers is the name of s b April 2o.-Members t. i iI I to Fire Cents *
of the legislature
a half million dollar of 1S25 wereon
new concern for
BIG PROGRAM a hand today to begin the I
PLANNEDOne which application for charter will be third I i
filed within the next few days. With I week of the session, which prior too I I RECOMMENDED BY MARTINWould
:'a Frank C. Alderman x, >ts adjournment! last Friday bad pr t i i _
Hundred Percent Attendance president of the t ,. .,..
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) -f First National I Bank of .'ortIyt'rs: Breed but few measures designed to : ,- v.'. : Create Several MillionsIn

Is Expected From Sev- as president. George Ktnston vice- I i carry out recommendations: contained ". .'., '<-l. : ( Additional RevenueSajs .
eral Visitors president of the bank holding a similar I i yin the message!: of Governor John W .

position in the new concern and i :Martin The first two weeks were : :..$? ..,: Sponsor
."Jen up largely by consideration ot : ,' .. .
C C. Pursley. cashier! of the bank as j I t. >"'
Fort Myers Rotary P, tier bo the mass of local measures that f< # ,.1 'B,. The A KULLAH .
treasurer the First National FInance d i to i 1".4nt. IKtn >" +u ; oi purred -tii. I Preset
0.The wUl be hosts to the .. G. f ; Company expects to begin msed by the aitidinti( iIltHII 1 I into the hands of the bill clerk. r:' v'', { f';" '\ : T.\ \SbfcE. April :30.-Several
clubs of Saint Pet- Nk .
Tampa Lakeland, s operations! within a few weeks ins; of a neighbor boy bv her son ,I:i Among first matters scheduled for I r . N 'S. 'zffi'kh The financing of business Charles. Mr*. David Cunningham, of I attention by the senate': win the measure will be added to the annual road
? and construction -
Orlando Uartow. Avon Park, Sebring 4 .
and Punta Corda tomorrow. At the 3 F enterprises will be the newconcerns (ary, Ind., }is being quizzed in an I proposing I the appointmtnt ofcommission a Y building fund of the state road department -
w is investigation into the Illness of another to make a study and investigate ,.,:;
luncheon at the Franklin Arms at principal businesshile i f ., #i as x under provisions of the bHl
son 1)aid; and the deaths legal procedure in thisitp u .
the new uuI I
affiliated with
company is
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Orris Davison will be ( .. }
noon chairman A."a introduced in thhouse
.s by Representative
and to make
der recommendations
the First National bank by its officersit I suspicious cin"umst.mees of his ,, r' >>
Al Williams will deliver the address
flag will be a dlstince institution and II father, a sister and three bwihtr- I for amendment and revision This I I William of Leon county to increase -
Captain Will Johnson of Punta will bill was taken ep and read for a third II "" the tax on mail! sales of gas- j
Gorda will ., soon acquire separate offices in I : .. I
deliver invocation
the bv
K I time shortly before f ovine: from three rents to five rents J
which to conduct its affairs, adjwurnmt nt Friday a
President George E. Hosmer will wel- I In an announcement made Saturday -j Polk County Has f. ; <:;:: ..:''' :, '_..1.1t sal Ion. The bill i fe In line with recommendations -
cofe the visiting Rotarians, and AI II evening the I 63,922 Persons The revised citrus frail bill, repeseating '- '!"N. :' '' of governor :Martin in hiamessage
Terrell of the Saint Petersburg club To bob or not to bob never worried rapid growth of the ; .
I r the ideas of the Frtutmensclub : to the legislature in which
Miss Bess city and the bright outlook for the : ;'
Gilbert Lniversity of '
will respond. future indicated j of Florida which is said :.o represent 4;Xt. .. ti. the I suggested an increase!' in the gasoline
There will several talks Texas campus soroity leader and a need for an institution (By Th Associated Press) "
be other
giving complete financial service TALLMHSbLE. April 20.-Polk 85 per cent of the citrus!! fruit! tax. the levying of a tax on lubricating -
said to be one of the prettiest coeds i
by visiting Rotarians. county has a population of 34,s growers and shippers of the state, 'I oil! and other increased I'
at the school. She has persons ,j The Maiden Dearborn. all metal
,At three o'clock the Fort Myers Just mar-
"The First National to the square mile thE' 'I also was expected to be hroignt before I taxes on motor vehicles of certainRepresentative
Rotarians will take the visitors to ried Frank Kemp of Wichita Fall, company will both : t plane of he l-ird. air freight line, as :I classes. .
not be county as a whole. the senate and house during
Dr. R.
Crescent beach for a swim, where Tex. son of the Texas railroad king, a competitor of any of the says the it looked ift" r taking the air oa:: the i i I Williams'
early days of the
banks of Fort Myers of Harper who is in charge of wiek measure
nor buildIng
any -
light refreshments will be served M.'I first light from Detroit to Chicago. I
and loan association which may ing the state census of 1lZS. Its :Members of the oaaua .iee appointed reads as follows
Preceding the trip to the beach there be organized Rather it will welcome ban population to 43.C. to go over the bill sad put the I Section 1. That section 1 of Chapter
frill be a short drive about the city HENDRY COUNTY FARMLANDS finishing. touches !S1J of the Laws of Florida
opportunities to cooperate with other The figures are based on the total to it, following the : approved
Tomorrow noon the Fort Myers I in 14 YEAR OLD BOY Va10. 1923, entitled "An
hearing held Imposing
financial institutions of the city," the, of 61.922: persons i in the count}, the senate chamber I
Rotary Anns will entertain the visiting (I last Thursday night I License Taxes Gasoline .
announcement stated. The percentage of white persons In I completed their upon !
Rotary Anne at a luncheon at the HAVE $$881,015 the county is i.2. the number to the work Friday and were prepared to 1 or other like products of Petroleum; \'

Riverview hotel Mrs. Hosmer fill 139 dwelling is 4.34, persons per family place it before the legislature in it* IS FOUND GUlL TV Providing for Reports of sale of such t 5
be toastmaster and talks will Horses NominatedFor ".11; per cent under ten years of final shape, which has as its purpose I Commodities to the Comptroller of

made by Rotary Anna Burt Mosley VALUE SAYS CENSUS Kentucky Derby age 22_8. and per cent under one year stricter regulations of early marketing the State of Florida Providing for \
and Ballentine. 1.86 per cent. of oranges and grapefruit at the OF t AMSLUTER I, the disposition of the monies derived -

The evening program will be at the (By The AiMtclalcd, Press Dr. Harper about four years ago beginning of the seawms from such tax and fixing a penaltyfor
Franklin Arms and will embrace both LOUISVILLE, made statistical Work on the recommendations j 1be'ioJation of the provisions of
Ky., April 20.-Fifty- a study of the geography _
Corn, Oranire lemons and
Rotarians and Rotary Anns. Past / Grapefruit four western breeders, including 31 of central Florida. lIe divides embodied in the bill has been in this Act and to Repeal all Laws In !
District Governor John Turner, of Are Among Principal in Kentucky and three in California, Polk county into four natural raglans -I 'progress mace early i in the year when OUter nK. tocng IMirrnui. Said Conflict with this Act." be and the

Tampa will be one of the speakers at Crops! 'have nominated three-year-old thor- namely, the fiatwoods in the at a meeting held in Tampa: Nathan to Bate Svrflrd Cniiipanion same is hereby amended so as to read

the Tuesday night banquet.At I oughbreds for the fifty-first renewal n northwest the pebble phosphate Mayo, commissioner of agriculture, Last Jesse 'I as follows: \
least a hundred and twenty-five and chemists of the Florida Citrus Section L Every dealer in gasoftne
visitors \VASHIGTOApril: 20.The following ot the $50: .000 Kentucky Derby, to be country in the southwest,, the lake I
are expected. statement gives some of the : run a Churchil Downs May 16. The region or "ridge" extending throughthe Fruit exchange, and one representingthe .\ verdict: of manslaughter was I for other like products of petroleum -
east including Virginia, has 22 nomI- center, and the flatwoods in the federal government were appointed under whatever name designated, in
results of the 1925 farm census, for nations and Florida two The race extreme east as a committee to draft regula brought against Oliver Davis Saturday I this state shall pay A license: tax of x\

Bill GRANTING CHARTER Hendry county. The figures are prelimInary -. again has attractd Canada horsemen From the census returns he has tions which they deemed K advisable evening by the Jury trying the Five Dollars to the State and in addition -

and subject to correctionComparative Readinger and Hastings having made computed separate population statistics to incorporate in the measure, with case Young Davis, who is only Ityears thereto FIVE cents per gallon _

figures for 1320 are not eligible their 'chestnut colt, Caractns. for each pte net that lies wholly the view of stopping Lit shipment i --eid was charged with shooing for every gallon of gasoline, or other ;i
; 1OFORT'MYERS PASSESHOUSEATTALLAHASSEE given for this county because the Ninety-five individual or mostly in it The northwestern early in the season. of trait unfit foe like'products petroleum sold by
owners or Henry Phillips at Coco on San Car '
; county Is a new one, organized since stables have made Catwoods corresponds approximatelywith himan consumption. him and upon which the tax herein 0
t that time. This census, which coveredthe practically all of the large nominations breeders Precincts 7 and S, the phos- No changes of major importancewere los Bay with shotgun on June 2Sth. provided has not been paid, or the

} crops of 1924, with an Inventoryof being represented in the 139 nomi- phate county with 1, 2, 3, 4. 9, 16, IS made in the bill as it was introduced The body was discovered in the payment whereof baa not been assumed -
farm property tor January 1, 1925, nees. 1'. 23, 24, 27, 34 35 and 38. the east- in the senate several was taken by a force of enumerators ern flatwoods with 17, and the larger ago by Senator Etheredge, Work of said, young Davis acknowledge that the handling of said lot of products.

I! East Fort Mvers Charter Also Recede employed to make a canvass of' all SPORT RETUEII tonNGILRS region the remainder. I the special committee appointed to he had shot Phillips accidentally and FOl'R cents per gallon of such tax:

t latorabfe Action Br i farms in the county. 1VHO FISH MERELY JOB CUN I draft the measure was confined largely was so excited that he dragged the shall go to the State of Florida for
: ltepre entatires On January I, 1925 the number of to changes in the phraseology, correction body off the dock and threw it in the I the use of the State Road Department

: farms in the county was 119. all oper- By The toriatrd Press> I I fIELD SECRETARY NAMED of typographical errors and water. as hereinafter provided, and one cent

The passage of house bill 252 has ated by white farmers, and all but BAT}(, England April 20,-The old errors in English.A Both Davis and Phillips were fishermen 1 f per gallon of such Ui shall be equally -
teen secured by Representative Louis twelve by owners. Tenants tilled the I time sport of "manfishing" has been I bill introduced In the senate last and there was no eye witness ;I divided between the counties of the

X >,' ileadr"'. the Press is Informed others. renewed here, a human "fish" having : FOR AMERICAN lEGION! week by Senator Turnball to give of the shooting and up to the trial 1State, of Florida Delivery shall bo
through a communication received today Land in farms in the county totalled I been landed In 7 minutes 35 seconds Trustees of the Internal Improvement there had been no evidence put for- :1 I deemed to be made at the point oCj

,' This' measure grants 29,C74 acres, and crop land harvestedwas .by Dr. Charles Begg, a well known fund authority to regulate the ward showing any bad blood between j I destination. Said license tax of Five
a new
Ii Iij
r charter to the city of Fort Myers and 1.253:! acres. The value of farms, angler of this district. The "fish" was I ENDO\VMENT\ CAMPAIGN placing ,of obstructions in the navIgable j them or any motive for the alaoDYn g. I I Dollars for the Sate shall be paid to
legalises steps taken some time ago including land and buildings, was : Albert Canning, a Bath swimming f I waters in the waters of Floridawas the Comptroller, who shall issue to
887015. on the calendar for early con the licensee a receipt or certificate

>t In the form establishment of government.East ,ot the. commission Domestic animals! reported on the I, master.A ten-foot rod was used, the line \atlonmidc Campaign Endorsed sideration in the House with Representative Paper Money Output .1 I evidencing the payment Of the said
by Weeks of Holmes fees, Said receipt or certificate shall
'. farms was 158 horses. 31 mules, 11.- county
attached to the head
of the
Fort Myers charter has also Coolidze to Benefit Disabled Reduction SuggestedftASHINGTOV
: be posted or displayed and kept at
035 cattle and 1.970 swine : acting as pilot. A public bearing also so
e. house received- favorable- action by the For 1924 selected crops showed the swIveL swimmer[ Dr by Begs menas played of a his helmet"catch"and Veterans and Orphans! I is: set on this: measure for ANednes- I I all time open to the public view at (bo

following Corn acres harvested 175. t day evening April 22. at 8 o'clock.in April, 20'-4 study place of business for which the same
until he
landed him exhausted, and in '
Representative Hendry also introduced quantity harvested (bu) 2,475; oranges the ball o fthe House by treasury officials of the problemof issued. The license tax of five
doing beat his 11&
.'bill providing for the reim- trees not of bearing age 17.926.; 110 own record of 18 This bill, although bearing a title I the government paper money ex- per gallon on gasoline, or other
bursement of J. B. Cox t>f Lee coun- trees of bearing age 16,419. grapefruit years ago by exactly one minute. On of unimportant appearance, in described erases has led to the tentative conclusion like products of petroleum shall Jbe

ty pt certain taxes paid by him to the ,. trees not of bearing age 1,600; II that the "lis occasion h." also Canning acted as by those in close touch with that the public is being supplied i paid to the comptroller monthly in

state for lands belonging to the state trees of bearing age 6,910; lemons, I the situation as being one ot the outstanding with more denominations in the : the following manner; On or before j

and rroeously assessed. The measure trees not of bearing age 211; trees of DESCRIPTION J I pieces of legislation to be various kinds. of such money that it the 13th day of each month the dealer -

was. referred to the committee on bearing age, 420. LIKE NEW YORK OK STIR'S CITY 1NSIDP w II proposed at the 1925: session in as needs. I I shall report under oath to chi
claims. TKUHlBy I much as It has a bearing on the Assistant Secretary Dewey. under i Comptroller the number of gal oaf

f' i < II overeignty lands of Florida. whose direction the study is being such products cold by him during the I'
I Assailed Press) I I
s BUI8. IV. --.EAST_ FORT Inns THIRD CLASS MAILHELD LONDON- April 20.-The inside of I Another bill scheduled lor' introduction made. believes it Is time to correct preceding month and shall at. the ,
rThe FOR POSTAGE a star was described as a hur1 -bur- in the house probably at to-I this result of a topsy-turvy develop- I same time pay to the Comptroller the
James IL Dens property con- ly of atoms, electrons and ether ''ay's session in a companion to that ra nt of the nation's, currency over amount of license tax above mention-

., lilting of a house and lot In East I waves, dashing about in all directions Introduced In the Senat Friday b> I many years by eliminating some of I ed. Such report shall show in detail ,
Fort Myers 'on the riverfront has While other post offices are having' and continually colliding, by Senator Singletary to enlarge the the denominations the amount ot gallons of such products -

been sold to Mrs. Clara W Angell for more or less ,trouble with private Professor A. S. Edidagton. Plubian[ i i boundaries of the Everglades Draingage If the bureau of engraving and BO sold and delivered in each

a consideration of around $S, ;0000 mailing and post cards being mailed Professor of Asthonomy at Cambridge district. Not only would the !printing's; present paper money output II county.
through the J. B. Cox agency. with Insufficient postage Postmaster university in a recent lecture before Mundaries of the district be widened of 20 carloads annually could be Section twelve ol the Act of 1923
Brecht says that the Fort Myers office the British Royal institution. f -. so as to take in nearly two hundred j concentrated on fewer denominations, would be so amended under the billS
Rt'THE has bad little trouble of that kind "The atoms and electrons never ;'t : million dollars In, assessable I'it would mean a material savlnn I by Mr Williams that "in case the pro- ,

\YEATHER In tact the only real trouble the office get anywhere Professor Eddington I J .w p j J value of property, but the populationof through: quantity production and less visions of this ACT providing for the !
has had since the new postal the district would be increased to confusion to the public I distribution among the counties of
explained "as they merely change ...
i\*' V Highest temperatureyesterday rates went into effect has been the e { 4 I' 300.000. it is claimed. There Some officials who have" I g:.,ne IntosUbje this state of one fifth of the net prOceeds -
p'aces. The ether slow
.......86 mailing of third class mail-news- waves make a I ? :also would be an increase .n the the <:t favored reducing he of the revenue derived from the
\ general flow outwards, and this flow,
; Lowest tempertanrelast papers 'sent out by others than the when it reaches the surface, makes f drainage tax on the sliding scale now United States notes to one denomination tax of five cents per' gallon for every t.
night . ..C1 publishers-with too little 'postageattached. E. A. CHESTER : used. Its purpose is to enable the -the-five-which would eliminate gallon of gasoline or other like products -
the heat
that the
Rainfall 24 hrs, to energy of the star I : drainage board to carry on the woik five denominations of money. of petroleum sold. 1s. for any '

I. 8 a.'m., Ins. .... .,C These of course, must be held for Is sending oak"Samville Florida Field Secretary for The of draining the Everglades, it is said. Then the famed yellow back. from the reason, declared or found to be invalid -
Wind, direction bE Insufficient postage' and if the send erlcan Legion Endonmect lend\01-1 j prince of bills, the 19.000-note. down then ia that event such one nUb
t Wind Tel. miles..4 ers' names are not on the wrappers Mail Route I disabled men and the orphans MI.HTMIIKT KETtK\L\0 j I to the more or less familiar ""ten of the net proceeds of the revenue '

Sky .. ... ClearBarometer they will go to the dead letter office Starts on TuesdayTomorrow veterans. j spot." would be allowed 'o remain derived from the imposition .,of the

....3000 Postmaster Brecht hopes that people I With the start of organization for PARIS. April %Nightshirts= for !the same, with its range includingalso I fire cent: per gallon on every gallon .

.. --- -- wishing to mall newspapers will take The American Legion Endowment men are replacing pajamas, say the the $20. $50. $100. $;00. $1,000 of gasoline or other like prodl c( 'of _
For'H Florida: Fair tonight anTueaday d the trouble to find out just what the new free rural delivery Fund in Florida E. A. Chester I arbiters of fashion in Paris. They !; and $ ,OOO' note to care for all needs petroleum sold, shall be paid Into the :
star route starts from the Sam-
; gentle variable winds. postage Is required base their assertion upon the fait i j above the small denominations. Continued OB Pan Si
been named the Field Secretary for < -
villa post office with Luke IL Howell '
as carrier. This Is the first rural the campaign and will visit as many : that more nightshirts have been sola i f

Fort 'Myers Boys Bri ng Home route in Lee county on the north side of the larger!!: communities in the,daring time since the the past vogue winter of than pajamas at an be-* '''I Back to Farm Movement\ Results' : : It
of the river. The route Is about state as possible to aid the commit I
1] twenty-seven miles in length and tees of public spirited[ citizens and came worldwIde. In 45 Per Cent Increase in :J24CIIU
: Honors from State Track Meet\ covers. Halgrim. Slater New Pros Legion workers in systematizing the I Colors Turn, -down affording collars and cuffs Ia t : "
: a strong contrast
peel Samville and ntermedIatepoints. detailed work of the endowment
with the remainder of the garment. :
ing i TO: A rr3L-A baek-to-the- responsible real estate dealers and "a;
:."In.;theinovice Baas Fort Myers to the prowess of Fort Myers athletes I In addition to the mall the driver I The endowment raising effort ral8-1 1 are a feature. farm mo exeat. resulting in a 42 p,- general realization of advantages by
overwhelmed a large field of entries who came home with new honors will carry passengers and express the hands of a state committee I cent increase m farm baying in 1924 farm life"

and chalked ,in 54 points for a complete from the high school athleticm@t which will be a great convenienceto posed Jointly of prominent citizens I! Excursion to Dixie an* ;csnrioe x *Ct to 50 per cent in. Reports from reputable land dealers !,.

and decisive victory. Orlando held at Gainesville on Saturday' the people living in that section, and Cagier leaders. and correspond- Beach Next crease hi ,I""" frnsaetions this y ..iris hi various parts of the country .
with 1C and Saint A neW. record for the 100 yard dash in the Isolated settle committees Sunday t
with 19 Fort Myers especially leg city are being or- under wry thrnaghout the Gaited i show a marked Increase ia land sales :
Cloud with 12, tarnished enough was established by Ihrig. Ewton ments. ganized In each community Thej I j Pleasure seekers, next Sunday, will States. a<'co-d'nz to Dr Herman the nut few months of. this year over
Competition to keep 'Fort Myers We broke the Javelin and discus throwree Field Secretary will handle the de' I ibe offered a series of events in the allStL direr;"r r-f the farm lands dl-,: last year." said Dr. Janss. "This condition ".
tort as low as 'possible. < rds.- Pepper won the mile race BUYS BrCXIXGIUX LAND: tails of the state committee work and Fort leers base ball team excursion vision of the \.'tonal Association of'i indicates: strongly that the last
"Chester Ihrlg. brother to the eml"neat'Wmer while Dowell came in .second In the advise with and assist the local to Dixie beach. Besides the"boat Real Estate borrds l here today I' Pi 1925 will see almost a completeend

Ihrig. Freshman athlete 220 yard hurdles.In II. -a Satchell has sold thirty-five workers with a Hew to so coordinating :'' ride to Sanibel on the Kinsey brothers I Dr Jans declared: this steadily increasing to effects of post war farm depression. -
at.taiTgnlTr lty ot Florida, stepped the bait-mile relay race' the acres of land at Buckingham to Mr. the many committees that the famous ship Dixie," abase>> I trek of people 'to agricultural j .' ,

into a path ot glory by annexing big Fort Myers, team came in first. Garaci and associates for a consideration whole state may go "over the top" ; ban game will be played between the districts is due to"'a stabilizationof I Dr. Janss cited a surrey of 'larmreal ..
p rLg City ot Palms boys taking part ,i in of around $230 per acre. This as a unit with its quota of the na-](Fort Myers team and the Island. higher prices for farm products" ,' estate trading Just completed'tyr
g PIS"IB e 'W>OT 'words ender the lead- the contests were Alderman. Pepper is a piece of good land and win'probably floral fund for the care of disabled|sine. laws passed by nearly half the states I E. M Fisher director of education and 1

Ing story on Its sport page of Sunday Ilalgrim Stewart. Ihrig. Price. Mc be developed by the new own men and orphans of those who fen in I! The Dixie wfll leave her dock at inspiring confidence In farm baying' research of the farm land division

does the Tampa Tribune pay tribute Dowell, Ewton! and:. lUlgrim. ers. ___ _. __ ___ ,the World War. _, .___ 9:0'L i m __ .. by protecting the purchasers from tri i (Continued on Page 5)

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Six times as many boy and girls will be rburcn A missionary program
.nOSMJLtt! ,.Publisher aid'General.x.-f I graduated from the public high schools this year 1 } "-Pres';nl Tiny.p,\'tsarhtibna! '! Tn F1lfdpe"will \ ""
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o.et.ui:* At Fort Myer Florida. muter lbe Act 01 March 1. Itik
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dedwweekty .ewep.p r oe o.wnher- X2.IB 1114 and ar 1 1I 112,000[ ::! 'will"enter college and 50,000 ,will enter NO I (A
_,a dally:oa.March IV l!U- 'r xa t-to HOUS= Cl.EAA11-J.G, : Habe O Wilkinson PpitAmerican
other institutions. Guidance should be given CU7: .
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.. sXZXI OF THE., ASSOCIATED] PBESS them ta assist in choosing and preparing for that DI2E.SS OyG ro:2: 0;NNEI. :. ,
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/ '' peallcatl0a of alt news dl8latehe. credited: to it or not other vocation for which they are best adapted and in NO 1=LAPPER ?kb81.EM. Legion home.
J llatied w.a e credited twvttt, t>- this newspaper. .and alao the local Bew v...e.- which they can render their greatest service tosociety. NO 6Au.ooJoot FAN 3A t the -.

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J 'auBSCBirTicH Bins voangtiVomen'sauzlllaryiotheBap-; ;
Education offers one of the greatest fields
'b'. l..:. 'Comer. Charlotte Outride L... CoIUer 01.,.- I'c of! service. The teacher Li entrusted with :' sj Missionary society. will meet In
1 eau HendryfCoutte. : t ,totte and Hendrjr Ceutlee preserving : "Present'Day
75Mi m.
!) at 1R
OM Month,L ', r. T .<0Tfcra I One Month $ and passing on those experiences of the i, i,' c..hure! Europe" will be
MoatiU L7* 'Three Month L1 Persetationwf in
ea Y.atha.-----.: 'Six Month* ale 3 race most; worth while and directing the development :''dism-wed! Ladies of the church: are
One Tar Leo Ono Tsar lie 1 1I of the latest ability of each child in order 1 A t invited to attend!

fT.v..ItIJ' .Fon"MJ'en..f.M OnoYaw _iMTb. 1 that he may make his fullest contribution to soci' I . ,
.'Week1)"Fer"yen Press Six Month _aul 1
I I c ety. I i I gular all day meeting of..Woman's
Women are becoming better prepared for : S ('Itc'ty. Presbyterian, church
SUSTAININO MEMBERNATIONAL and: are entering more than heretofore the fields meets with Mrs. J. IC' 'Woolslair

'\ of administration and research. Men are enter- :, Orange river Cars will be at the

I '. i_ mrroRia ing the ranks as teachers in increasing' numbers. church at 10:3* to take'nny who wishto

1025 The number of 'men students enrolled in teacher- go. .

ASSOCIATION preparing courses in normal schools and teachers ,
j colleges during the last biennial for which statistics 1". E. O Sisterhood wilt'lneet with
... *. ..u..n'.q.apw 1'a111.1eri'. .n.JCmtof'Ftortto have been compiled increased over 71 percent. Mrs.! MfSpadden: ) on Washingtonsirwt

PTMI AiMcUUan. 11 I The percentage o f men teachrs incrased: in at ":3t> p.. m-. .
...kr FlmrlOa A*..el te4 DaTIee ,
the four
past years from 181tor'Ir cent of
per Tile Fort liter Rotary club .will
Y..ber'S.atb Florida Pr* iMoeJatloa.
: the total number
employed. inter al the Franklin Arms hotel. at
Monday Afternoon April 20. 1925 The field of education is- not a one track affair 12::lu clock.
: ; it offers a variety of types of occupation: ., :.'

BIBLE THOUGHT: : FOR TODAY I Administration has added new field*, for speci ) ) Twnlyn' I

:alization. Research is of growing importance. 1\\)8- :Mjtrs Kl warns club will
GOD OVER,. ALL:-The eyes or!Teaching itself offers numerous new fields for > Franklin Arms at 1210:

>' all wait".topon'thee.-Psalm 11515. ; specialization.The; !f U'tllH'k. .

field education is not overcrowded. The
increase in educational facilities to meet the I While children of your own are a

B.n&c u.-IAaa, Alladath. needs of a growing population demands more source of Joy, they often keep you
workers. The development of .better standard shouldn't do.
from doing things Y. .
A Water 'Srtntec'.FUat r,r XuMpal Water
in education demands more adequately trained o -,- *!
:8/itm. _' workers,' The really hard thing about mak-
*iratr Fran or Ila4 Park ..4 Mmmklnal Am4ltmrlua -*. !
,' '! ....- QO ing I bath I about a million ends.
"ttier. Frost B alevar*.
Fre4 Bride to t're*mt'1kat'. AMERICA'S GREAT ASSETS INCREASINGThe I Accidents will happen which la

Deeper Biter Cka Blto', '1'rOtUe Eatraiee _for.. why there are Bo many different. .
OCCAM Gobiir Tetielc.: I I kinds of salads in the world.. 1

CoB letl.B .!.L*.'Comntj'i System .f Bade concentration of factories in industrial I _._ 5
C..pletha. .f TaMlaml Trail and Fort Xrer*- I I centers has served to increase the cost; of living. :( CROSS WORD PUZZLE ': ::,. Ponderous volumes. 1

9 hl.' !' Slgbway.Beaatldatlea'.t It increases manufacturing costs. Labor disturbances '! :1 6. Words' of syllable! with no ac 33.;>> Geographical drawing.. .-, t

'Ufa law.,. bdadlar Planting .( I grow more common in these densely populated i: Here's a puzzle that will start the week with a Uang It ought to make cent. 36. Blue grass. "
?. 41. To vow
Ceahat 'Palm''alenr'TainJaml. Trail Clear acr. i districts. ''a good tye-op.lt'r; after a Sunday of i'Ht. Laughing. : '
Manufacturing costs MUST\ BE REDUCED! I S. Corded loth. 43. Playing card one of'78.tu. .
Ltv'CrtatT'1 and" CMttaKlng- K.yal Palm aloar I '
t i-S w !nI 9. To Pull with" great effort. Bone.
more important COSTS t 4
XeCnfor Biilevard! tflf Pint Batta 3 '
I'! L i i 19. Common olive trees.! 46. Wooer.
""Ean'Roa: :to" Eatt.t alt. I MUST. BE REDUCED! {111. Scarlet. 48 Behold. ,
Industrial LEADERS are clamoring for decent ; '3 '4s '
i 116, :Medieval estate. 50. strong tasting food. '
realization of the factory Locat-
systems. 19 Tapestry 51. Preparation of flour and water
EDISON t7 + tS ni
ing factories in strategic points would bring the I u '" '
%1. Depot. used as a glue.
entire country within a few hours freight haul II II I 52. Person been
With the departure 'Thomas A. Edison 22. SubkUt.i ; to whom money has
of the shops. FREIGHT COSTS WILL BE CUT. I 11
: folks i i :!3. l'ere"hfOtl by sense of feeling paid.
+ for his .New-'Jersey home Fort Myers are -
MOTOR TRANSPORTATION will become a I 21 ; z 2s -' '- w 2F at. s.71B 123.' : To set bones. 54.. Extreme.
of the fact that'another has
aware" year realty. Due to the cheaper living conditions in I 26. Variation of "a." SC. Meadow:
and "gone The coming each spring of the kindlyold'gentleman' '
these smaller towns wages would cease to rise. 19 S 90i 27 Stewpan. %57. Provident insect.'
who despite' his 78 years, still Labor disturbances would disappear. The shoe l ,2'J. R J aifc hawks.lro. 5S. Membranous bag.

walks:with'upringy,step.and a sparkle in his eye, business has already solved the question in this i i 3d 33 34 at dS ..: Tardier. *- to.. To' drink slowly.,
is an that is lone. looked forward to by al11 .
even ; manner.' I 32. Noi e 61, To help.
F ortM,yen citizens. It is hard for most of the I Where power has to be reckoned with seriously sl 34. To finish. C2; Snake-like I nsh.i .
s "old timers'V, the City of Palms to consider -.
Edison: anything but a native of Fort Myers ENGINEER, this has not HAS'>et COME become TO possible.THE RESCUE Here the of 44 41 -- 4. 40 4.4so i Outbursts, of Everett" ,True By'Co do.

i whor8peJ1ds 'P&rt'ofeach year in the north. He
the public. As long a.s steam is
his lived rhere-for the' last 42 years: He knew 1 I the large factory must be retained.cower The, necessary development /45? TRUE TNhtkNG ?
most'of the 'native sons and daughters now of the oil j CN.4r2 'NT3 uS/gC
engine to a point five times as PoSirro
prominent business:men' and womenwhen they 535.'s. at sa ss se '
I efficient as the steam engine has solved this decentralized = .S/TS 9otvN PART4 i rvAv .
were still'playng; | it1J'marbles and dolls: power question. The most enthusiastic = /y E IhT6+V'DGD. Trf gNKS T'O

li Edison'Ia not'only the most prominent citizen I I supporters ef the oil engine have not = -= Dv6 A F/c6 PRACrreAC JO/ I,
appreciated -
otFort:Myers but he Is also the most loved. That
,value as a prime mover in factory work. ra N v2j
? sa s9 I -
he has done more" than any other nan for the It is for the reason that the entire engineering -

,acbie'verrient'and comfort of the human race ii profession. has given the week of j :,4 as II
up April !
incidental to'Fort in
Myers people. They'come' } 20th to 25th to the study of the possibilities: of I
contact with Edison the man. They know his si
this of
great source:, future power. There will be 1I
human qualities- more than 125 public meetings this I-I I. I ........ II .. I
in country i
.4 One meeting Edison today cannot but be impressed during that week. I I
Every person interested in IWmIO; \T\L f:1nlity. ,
with &vigor of his mind and his "young
the future of our economic welfare should attend .".
I Wtter nymph, also musseL
ideas.IDs interest' 'is'ever in new problems one or more of these meetings. Every engineeris 1. Line of lara; ':'rib. Prevaricators. I
whether; they be building roads in pioneer countryof and' tell S. Black vicious liquid obtained I I ,
posted can you where there will be a ->:1 Inflarajliou 0:1.the. eyelid. (
,tle} latest'in electrical experiments.. One of meeting near'your home. from peat .-,._'". I i SO. Condition. j tr'j/ a ,
the gfeat..1nventor's'great. assets is his abilityto I S. RoUtine *hl in :it aru tur 14x.I Ag lu": t tI I
relax will and he has t.i"e., ,,' :
at the perfect control over CL Inhabitants under; the samemeridian I
,himself.:.. Tackling a new problem after continued ADVERTISINGNews li: }'xternal.I I but opposite parallels T : .

work onanother..is..characteristic; method I 13 To nitrogenize. I of latitude.I IAug : I II II II
i Edison uses in,"switching" his mind.;. Edison's 1 L Rubber tree"t *r.fie. -

power to foresee-ta pull aside the-curtain of the 15. F1 e. : i future; ta<< reason) clearly and logically has brought that Chattanooga Tenn., i is ta spend I 17. Bird that rembl ><4tttri
I forth mahv of the world's'inost'useful inventions. $50,000 a year for five years for city advertis j,iis. Furnished wIt foli.w,; 169.[I Lever worked by the foot.1'ERTIC.IL Nebt c' -- Jotveg ,A mss: "Erh'ts.I I s '
Tfiatf-salhe'power enabled him to 'vision'42 years ing. Asheville N C., has an advertising fund i l-0. i>i"Bg used a%cathartic... |! : E Jc cT-r l'QU 6. $BN9 M C 'A Gooi.OZ"tie. .
,ago/1 t "Fort' is only of like amount. Savannah Ga., is to make an i 21. Meager. ? 'J 1. Digit of the foot.: I Cfl/i1Q LIKE '
r.le"! or today "There:: 2 t. To perch. '*' [hL6 dN YoV't, ZT
advertising outlay of $100,000. All this is : 1'I 2. Pertaining to Norsemen.
due,Fprt :Myers, he said then, "and ninety mil- good : soLD MG. YES, ALL '
I.JL Alloy cf copper and 'line. Rtd.h-r
lioiT people are.going i tofu:,, }d',it out,'', and they for these cities, exceedingly so. honestly' vie .!i. 1.0".8" a cow 3. Dined Goa.D BYE.
.argil wish them a full measure of success from their 4. No.
., i -.d. SUM ot money lent at b *rHl ,
efforts.Nor r.1. Paul publicity.
FLORIDA FOR 1926 are these three in a class to them elves. Si Maxim. PUZZLE ANSWER I I ,

Selection of Jefferson Thomas, well-known The information\ which we atc passing on con- 35.: Supply: 'with men. 't. II

.. i advertising of'Jacksonville'to' lead the discussions cerning them just happened! to be grouped in the :SC. Juatbl4 type. ,"'!:4 ..:. I TEARIIATE.IILEAN S.qA'NJilSHELLSI '! I I It 1l ,
publication which attracted attention. \ I 37. Point. I -
of the community advertising1' departmentTof our Many ;;" .
'I the Associated Advertising Clubs of the other cities in various sections of the country, iS. Inborn.} ." ERG I NE.llt30WE t "

'I, World at the''annual ronvenUolin'IIouston, Tex- are to embark upon the same enterprise in a I S3.: San. :. I l.MMSJP.ARC.SELilJATTENTIONiiR! }t _* 4l

MayJOtft: ; ; to''.15th, 'pleases-'us'and will insure large. way. <0. Within. \ 1 ":.. ---=-

thaj\t, tjhis)! part of the program: will be well handled. Here is stressed, though the ever increasing 41. To throw off. especiali''t""? natural I I 150DA.O'' E.RATS! i :=-
covcrins. as hair. RAM TI [010 MEAG I. ,
.. necessity for Florida to' provide for an intensiveand I l -
... f%. A naUance. i iU. I'tJ If F ..R .. t I:1( I
The choice of Mr..Thomas\ for this responsible extensive all-Florida advertising campaign. MarlAtin dye. a 'I NEAR r
service is not.only] a distince compliment to We will be neglecting ah opportunity if we fail I'5. u* indebted. A EN FIE E B LED I II j Il -

him but -'high honor,'to Florida:. It is evidence to do this; and we may come to regret it later. 47 Genuine. I ISlSOLLETII09SOSIIriRtGtDIIIAYE! :

t < oft the general
=the !world that community advertising future is that the world be intelligently informed i SI." Young- seal TRIM' NOG ACER l : '

has "attained its most'-useful form in this about Florida.-Tampa Times. I 53. _'water fish of salmon '!5EP fNtE. E N T ERS .., : \

state and:! 'or the part taken in development by i \

Florida'Mrt. 'Thol*''las";' the "pioneer. !! advertising. man. of MOM\ 'N POr QUICK WORK -$X TAI'LOB ;

*. 'International) in(scope, the Associated Adver- :
tising Clubs,of the World have organized advertising POP pjgR4up. "H DC'rresrerateo. YANK; POT THOSE J euri W HOUU.CO HOD NCO( L ,EVER SAW ANYHOW JoSHOtII.D say J
in an effective Last wEg'vuAmtJG 1' 6 BB'RcACItJFgR4oi. "TOMS AiWAV- >p '\ iaN>Mi Nt7ititNG OFWE'RE it=1'.caroT' sucHaS tIBOORia Sxsatonlr7WCE 1
I way. year convention f tJdTuol' KEPT
co tRARY Cx1C.D G6F ALL.
in London England; ,had,delegates from practically AtKs11t1Ti To Go-READY =s 7aKE Tt16tOft NOW MV LtBESS ttERua51'M L ":

every- civilized country and the coming 04'ER FUT'iNEMAny NOT Gael' FRoI'iK4Pao ,,

meting! has assurance of similar at d- 'F1.1 5H8W t0 y0u AWA4 uIBRES.4&a AS Sloos! SIDE ott = '_! 'L.
tendance. Saint Petersburg; Florida,. is a lead- IDUSe;

:; ing contender for the 1926 convention. which -

also is.desired by,Louisville, Kentucky, and Phila- ff t ta
delphia 1}! :r nn y vania.,' L

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The development'-number of the Fort :Myers a ..
Press,"" Monday was one'of the best y v t< 1

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'H rifer. 8I a (S'a1lib1e'-8 ll;: This was not a c" _a :; '

,, special> edition'planned: to promote the interests 1} _

t t: 'i'a' >Jypr> and Lee county,' ,but-mud h sPace tt } ". ,

w' ta Charlotte .Hendry and Collier .
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'. APm"-" 102. T11I! FORT >
': united States Chamber of Commerce Originally national banks were chart charter subject as at present to for- a normal banking service, the committee -!!' years but on city real estate for a1 r

I.Ii I ered for twenty years periods. This feiture for cause and termination at 1 says There exists, however, no I,I lta period of one :year only. Greater lati-I FOR SALE ti
Would I ,. Increase Nation Bank Powers term was changed in 1922 to ninety- the will of congress. I I'I definite authorization: in law for the :,: given to national banks in conduct ol i

I nine years from that date or from the 1' A third recommendation of the com- conduct of this character of transac:: this, class of business. 1 Below market price!
Local financial circles date of organization, whichever 'I mittee Is that! : national banks should I tion.. The corimittee holds that the 1

I festing considerable Interest are In mani a na-! only resources 23 per cent of the total banking might be later Because of their lIm-I.I be empowered to deal In investment( investment business of national banks Being in :a rut doesn't mean you One lot in Belle Vue.
of the
Uon-wlde referendum being taken country and twenty ited charter period, it Is declared, na- securities on a basis not inconsistentwith I should be given a definite legal status.': are not getting anywhere. A locomotive I
I by
the Chamber f Commerce of the years control ago about 40 per cent. they now tional banks with trust departments,I the generally recognized principles !-I The fourth recommendation deals isn't worth a darn unless it I Address
more than bait. In the I "Opportunity
tnlted States on tour proposals look- past have been debarred from handling a. of sound banking practice.a- with the question of permitting national stays on the track. !: a
log toward additional year the resources of state banks and large number of so-called perpetual i tional banks are now buying and sell- banks to make mortgage loans I care Box 99 Kis- V
powers tor ,
I tlonal. banks. na- trust companies increased two billion sit- investment in the natural -'! real estate for periods not in ,
These four propositions trusts. It is to meet this practical i I ing securities .j' on city I i
which were formulated dollar, while those of national banks uation that the recommendation is course as a service which has i excess of five years. At the present:I Spring is that season in which you simmee, Fla. S :
, 4 .. made by a committee ot In the a national report!.during the same period increased, made that national banks should be I I come to be expected by their customers -f time national banks are allowed to often hear "I dent think he te good J. 1t R
3 chamber, are as follows: I J7S7.000.000.hereas forty years ago granted continuing or Indeterminate and it is generally recognized as I make loans on farm lands for five enough fr her."

"That a national bank should be 1 i'state banks in number were 38 percent ______ __n--_ .--_--_-___ '_- un___ ___ _. ______ __' _un ____ _.______
! permitted of all banks, and twenty years ;
'.. x. Comptroller under regulation ot the I ago.64 per cent, they are now 73 per
'.. branches of the Currency, to have cent. In the past ten years the net In-
! within Its own city it a state crease In the number of national : ..,
bank nave in the same city Is permitted to banks has been less than 500, or sixper IL.t IL.
branches. I .
.! cent. In each of the past two years .. ,
national banks should be given there bas been an actual decrease. in ..
.,__ indeterminate charters, subject ta! the number of national banks. : :
forfeiture for cause and termination "In the past seven years nearly 200 ;- ... ,
at the .
t .. Congress. large national banks, with resourcesin rI (,0'i.
That national t. f fI :
/ banks should be au excess of two billion dollars, or f '
I thorized to deal in Investment aecurI about one-tenth of the present tota1 :, }' ':
sties on a basis not Inconsistent with resources of all national banks, have a1 jf, :
.the generally recognized principles converted Into state Institutions. This I -,,-
of sound baking :. t \;
practice. represents average resources per bank _. A ', "
I "That national banks should be authorized ot $10,000,000.; obviously not the ; .
to make mortgage loans on smallest banks."Reserving >*> t siKoTffrith
J city real estate for periods not in excess the early situation state t- ,
l ,
of tire years" banks now lead both in number and "
The committee making the recom- total resources our national b. i:>Vs -, "
mendations points out that "it Is a and are outstripping the latter at an i' "
widely held view that the National accelerating rate. The steady decrease -

. bank Act of 1863. which provided for however during the past few Beauty agnified ftA '
the organization of the national bank- decades In the relative strength of 1 .
Ing system is In need of revision In the national banking system is not to t ,
order to clarity and modernize it and be understood to mean that its financial .
to bring it fully Into alignment with integrity or that of our ex- .
{ the Federal Reserve act. isting: national banks has been impaired A Hundredfold
In this connection, the committee I or that Individually they are not
declares that -the national banking now, .In sound condition"
i association of the country in an Increasing I recommending that congress
number are being attracted should .enact legislation permitting f
... to organization and operation under national banks to establish and oper- .
t state charters because of the relative ate Intra-cltJ' branches in states \ ji
{' Illiberally in a number of Important where state" law allows state banksto '( / ..
+' : particulars of the national banking have branches, the committee ex & :
t law. This defection from the national plains that in twenty states branches _- ORAL GABLES has from the very first builded
banking system, as well as its de- may be operated by state banks. In
with vision for and Permanence. Of
:1 I Beauty ,
them branches
; creased attractiveness to new banks. some of are permittednot t
Is resulting in a lowering of its prestige only within the city where the /, all of the distinctive qualities which Miami's I 4 t
1 ; a retardation of its growth and. parent bank is located but throughout Master Suburb possesses these three features a -- __ !
\ by comparison with state banks the county or state itself. In those '
as a -
stand out boldly, eloquently, in all of its develop ; -
I whole, a relative decrease in its states particularly, it is stated, na- ..
\ strength. At the same time it is working tional banks' feel the competition '_ ment. : a f
:I an appreciable change in the which results from this difference,
structure of the Federal Reserve and there has been a marked tendency ,T
t System. away from the national system in .

i The committee cites figures showIng those states. With Vision the entire program was planned and carried out .
r I the growth of state banking Institutions Another recommendation of the .
With the keenness and joy of beauty its entrances plazas Venetian> -- :
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and the steady decrease of committee as set out in the referen- .
\. national banks. "Whereas forty years dum Is that indeterminate charter Casino, Country Club and parked boulevards were built and thai I .' c-- ,' .. '.

ago" it says, "state banks controlled should be granted to national banks. enduring quality of Permanence :was given\ for their maintePflpcft ". ,: .' t j 1i::'

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am tired of big city life. Have decided to get into small gen- : ; :i ? .v

eral merchandizing business in good cross-road place or small town ,. : _' _
..i.A la Florida. Prefer to rent .buildings.Must be in good farming or : > sa -
other prosperous community. -:! : \, 'l \ the addition of 6,000 acres of land fronting on Biscayne .

1.. Those desiring to sell good business may write me, giving full .. :, 1, ,'and with vastly, large scope of development and new horizon' .
particulars,-such as location, number of years operated, value of '. ' stock price wanted whether will make terms on part sales during ,-
I. 1923-24. reason for selling. etc. Only owners need answer. Address S ;- it Jpossibfities for Bay Islands Bay Front Boulevards, VHluWand .:
t ,. U. R. Richardson 412 South Wells Street, Chicago Illinois. 1 ,I : ._, j agoo s' *a.thousand other forms of distinctive develo: '.
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... :r: -s coral Gables has shdvrntrhat may be done with distinctive deveQi./ -

-':".-, ..{: u- V of inland In its and toward .,.
j r > .... pZ,1e1t properties. growth expansion j '
f z': it I aS.ARrtZit. Bay, its beauty will be magnified a hundred fold. I '. 3 .

_ it. ti ONE HUNDRED ACRES '', 'I }t
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;1I '. f I And !in its growth' !in the past three years Coral Gables has beedl I ;;.
I I j Highly Improved i'" Z i / j the.most fertile investment field In the Miami district. And evea ; :

". Q s 63 Us beauty/will enlarged and multiplied br: the greater Bad J :-

f L;>*-"/, \ 50 Acres .in Valencias :. 40 4sveiopment4eo!/ 'It* investment possibilities are magnified by tb_\ t:(. _

if r-t .e. ;' .' L $ >,000,000 development program of the next ten years. ..._

= : ;;v Li; ;7.:*J.,.1 I 3,000 feet:River Front: .". -'I--' .. (<--

i':! '. I EASY TERMS 7 S'': If 't. II_- ,,, (P-S.- Let at take yon to.Miami and Coral Gables with no t F I";; e.

n 4 S -'; !:;. .; cod or obligation to you. Oar DeLux Highway Pull '

For further information and a trip a v mtzn Coaches leave each week for Coral Gobi, 4"J'-_
d '.. <. making a delightful tight'teeing tour along the j 4';:)'

::1 ,\ to it see .. -::=: : }. Indian'''River and Bitcayne Bay patting through :{, -,

fig- s '" n Pabri'Beafn, Ft.. Lauderdale and the many points V

-- .- -- '. ,ft- >*; of interest In Miami Transportation It free. For ;. t -

_":' :--'-: *_ St ubbS4 .oyd Realty Co. ", '-, ,! i ,rall partfcq/afV ana to make reservation call at Ae ) .:

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I I 101111." T '. FOIST MTETIS PRESS. FORT"3ffErs.: FLOHTDC xoml: .

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: Walter' JR. Kaune David and! GQIi lh" I about the fishing industry. 'ORETHROATft PLASTERING
REAhrOR Punta Gorda News Gargle with warm salt water 1 andSTUCCO
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1 notary 'Public. : J. T. HOWLING D.

- s General contractor for the 'cons I 132 Tournament 'St. Fert 3Ijm .
1 t. tiect up Tour Insurance.i. L. A. McKInney, who during> the afternoon. The ladies, who are from etructlon and repairing of frame PO RUB

i. '"Trop;, us' a line, add let nstfve ,. ,. winter' rush has been doing the Towanda, Pa., are sojourning at Mrs.,I buildings.1' O. Addrtwi. Star Route "10I. 'uo..r57hi _.V..J Y.o
) you come real; contraeUve a T. telegraphic work at the local depot Clark's winter home at Englewood. Fort :Myers, Florida. __
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, ..; -d'1'gfiJrllhg.: ) Methodist church on Monday went toLaltelle : .
It -KT-JITEns. }'J.OUIIl\ :1 s ., .... ', a Cola. Chadman and Hancock were where he will be for two r ; Bargains in Suburban Homes
, ; among the distinguished visitors to weeks assisting! In a protracted meet j -

.. \ N .: Arcadia. Thursday. ing. During his absence his place i chicken house, .out:
11 = Furnished
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t .... will be supplied by other ministers.Mrs. grounds only
? J- Mrs Ed. Hendrickson, sr.. celebrated .a = house fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large .- s3i2
E. 1\1.\ Coleman .1.1.AudIUnl' her : D. F. Ilandley. who has been = miles from Fort Myers on Lee County Boulevard. Low =

Bookkeeping: and Ac.conating -. t reraary. visiting the family of her daughter ESfi price Easy terms -- =
ing to a theatre party and ice cream Mrs. J. E. Shepherd has pone: to

; COLONIAL HOTEL afterwards> her special friends Mesdames Pearce to visit her son. who lives I IhAUTO I Seminole Realty Co. Inc. j*: |

Telephone. 1':0 p O.; box w. SafforJ. Joshua :Mizell and there. She will. return here next .
Fort 1I1ers. Florida Phillip owers. Mrs Safford is the month and spend a few weeks priorto = 230-lst Street. \ Fluiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniinii =
widow of the pastor who united Mr. returning to her home in Georgia. I = ::
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years ago. Her. and Mrs. J. E. Shepherd and r _______ __ __ __ n ,
their two little ,
sons and Foster -
Is there any auto necessity
Smithwick Mesdames C.y.. Hewitt and Paul
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c accompanied by :Mrs. Shepherd'smother you might need? It r
K. Carries delightfully entertained Mrs. D. F. Handley motored, 1so I
drive by this store.
.Attom'r.iuw r twenty-four of their lady friends at Wednesday to Waachula. where they foot high dry can de-
We are sure to have what 80 Acres Sanibel Island every ,
r E... s ;Sin an elegant luncheon Tuesday. A
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spent a few hours, combining busi-
at 85.00 acre.
I you want. liver this for a few days only ? per
Interesting game of cards followed.
Fart 3lyers. Flulda ness with pleasure.Mr. ; .
r r I "Enl"thlng! for the Car" On road no two, 60 acres, half mile fronting the hard

Judge and Mrs. George ;i. Parker and Mrs p. C. Albright left. road, this can be bought for ?85.00 per acre. Better see
after enjoying a six-months sojournat last week, for their home in Rochester Auto this.
Land For Sale in their winter home here, left Wednesday N. Y. They motored to Jacksonville Supply

ION A morning. for their home in whence they took a steamship Store Three beautiful Altamont park lots one corner on
Robinson. Ill Many friends' were at north.T. I f t Altamont Ave., this is really close in and the price is ,

'T 4 the depot to bid them goodbye and a I Phone 407 $4.200. for the three with good terms.

Shawcross & Garmon d esl i tu' pleasant summer. C. Crosland, Clay Chadwick and:I
1'J1hIac1JRIlllht r W. W. Knight wholesale fish dealers I We have one of the best little houses in East Fort
Mr. and hits C. H. Bartlett ofRoston went to Tallahassee, Wednesday I Myers close to the drug store the price $3.000. Good
M ss.. arrived here' last Sat Terms.
Palm-Lee Park has a'a etgktj feet urday and Intend to make Punta rf.
55 bonleTard parked IB the center Gorda their permanent home. Mrs. I We have 36,020 acres of the best land in the state

with Royal Palms; .reaealag from )Ie- Bartlett is the daughter of Mr. and Everyday RadioBY heavily timbered with 40 miles water front $50 per acre .
Gregor tonlevard to tho' TamlasU Mrs. E. P. Gage popular: realtors Mr. with good terms.

Trail 2-18-tf Bartlett will engage in business here. nIM ALL HOUTON STAFJl '
There. .,.D'. a lJ1crcne. in sus In east fort :Myers we have a ,new bungalow with
t**lifn' the little organ' fpea'badd Clarence Coleman left. Saturday' bath 5 rooms, plastered lights all conveniences this is a

DB. IT. B. GRACE V (A* girt and tht Icc-g* ones beside night, tor his former' home in Bing- real buy with the best of terms better see this.
Physician and Surgeon *r. Tile. 'pip** art part .1 iI.. hampton N. Y., where he will spend

Office 15-18 Earnhardt'BIde. A'LW Y_fitz.r 1>.-eraan. ....'iw- .-.".,.r..ielus t .C/e) two months among his old friends! ,
House 147 Woodford Are. wiw telling them about the attractions of CITYREALTYCO.S
Telephone 82-Office 2 ring his new home town Punta Gorda. rr A PALM

l Honse 3 rings .MINIMUM R.A\G!!
a Mr. and'MrS. IV. M. Zillmer, after a I 4'. Under Central Hotel-Phone 479. "
very pleasant sojourn of six months 0I'NCr.N6! : WIllS
Palm-Lee Park baa hard-surfaced (By Tb :JUwxUttil !"-..) _
here 1NTrRMEOI.TC Rase! : '
left In their auto a few days NA1nOM pAN6t .. 1'
Streets ne foot cement sidewalks; I
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ago for their summer In Chi '
electric light and water OE i entry WINTER P.\RK-Dr. Robert Shal- cago. '. j

hemealte S-lO-tfe. lor Holmes,, director of the Daytona I I -- J'Announcement

Beach' Fcrum. flit deliver the annual Miss Lucy Green of Tampa, arrived i I I I

Dr. Geo. AlasganaVETERINARIAN\ : commencement address before the here Thursday, and Is the guest of
graduating class of Kollias College FOR THE MAN WHO BUILDS HIS OWN
her sister Mrs. A. P. Jordan at- her : ;
here on Friday afternoon. June 5, home. on Cross street. I :
French and American Graduate says an announcement Issued by the i There is one Important unit in the justment of the outsIde metal tube -
Rabies Vaccination college officials. This,year'rUI mark The gorgeous bougalnrllleas some ,.eutrodyne set, in which is focusedthe will practically always allow great f I
Tags Furnished the fortieth annual commencement purple and some a flaming red. now neutralizing adjustment of the enough capacity variation; of the
>4 years practice to be held at the Institution. adorn with their brilliant colors receiver. This is the Neutrodon or Kent rod pn to completely neutralize / ., .
L 810 Anderson Are. many the small variable condenser havinga the receiver. The Fort Myers j
flower yards about town. capacity of the order of 1 to 10 FADA Nrntrtxlom have been so .
SAINT PETERSBURG-The an- t micro-microfarads. The only trouble designed however, that if the con- j
nual con Tent ion ot the Florida Medical B. B. Cannon has leased his homeon :'''that tan possibly tecur with this: nections are changed: in any of the. i
A. L. Whit .,MAtmiCH ATREE3 Society will be held during May Harvey street opposite the Presbyterian [condenser it that the insulation, usually three different ways shown by the j Steamship Co. t .
Jams C. Firmer 19 and %0. according'tifanannouncement church to Charles A. Jones j! a glass tube between the ele- drawing, the capacity range of the .
LCD COUNTT'ENOUJEEnUNQ Co.. ''made herb'br th*'arrangements well"known realtor who will move In !iments of the condenser may become condenser is increased from the ,
1 broken thus shorting the condenser.: minimum shown at the top. to the j !
I Qrn and Stractoral EnctDeen committee. All physicians' residentsof bn the 'first ot next month. Mr. and announces a change in passenger r
Engineer 'lhatnags., If this occurs from any cause, re- intermediate: range shown at tho
con on
Br1dceoo wttna and BtrwHcral wore the state or Tlsitors whether' members Mrs. Cannon will then occupy their ''place the glass tuber with a new one' lower left and finally to the maxi rates between Tampa and Fort'My-

S mettrimLe. atyara, ._.._- .FMrlda.. ._,_ 'of the society or not. says the handsome 'new residence on the cor.nerl'of"Snntvan or, in an emergency, use a piece of mum capacity range sh'own l at the 1
.u 8.I announcement. are 'requested td attend street and Virginia /jinsulatin? ;tubing or "spaghetti" in I lower right of the drawing. In rarecases j f ers, on the steamer Royal Palm. 'I
,[ of the it be desirable. also'add
._ Besides the business meetings avenue. place glass! may to 1
Park has eight hundred and series of lectures the local com The copper wire forming the eon- the wire connecting from the! Effective immediately l 'the'
*d>nser are cut.o I at(.the''proper center tap to either of the end terminals passengerrates '.
beaatlfal b.mesites.1u111111111111u11111UIIIIIIIIIliltlllllllIIIlif mute Is making extensive plans for Mesdames D. 0. Clark and Myrtle .
-0 lengths u.bas' t>t en determined but this should never be resorted will be follows
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entertainment 'the 'delegates" Harris;-accompanied In a car by Tj r careful' experimental work and to except as a final experiment '
; visitors H. Chapin of Arcadia passed through 'ihouldyneter be changed length' providing difficulty is had in

|"Build flfr'Brick': ; '!| SAINT; AITOUSTINE-A committee; here.en route to Englewood Tuesday tcr a Eivrrr tine Ycceiver. The ad* properly netrtralizinjr the receiver.-- I One way fare :. $6.00 I S 1 ;

has been appointed by the local Berth ., .. $2.00 '
| J. C. McDonald | ,
chamber of commerce to Investigate '
E GeaeraJ> Blckterer :_= the advisability of establishing ana i Meals extra, Breakfast :.75 'I
5 aa. --= tlatTotf'field"here' for"public''use*and 4 f

H Centncter 1 1S :5= for the, use, of mall airline should !, Other Meals ,. ...,. .,., $1.00 '\

v .. the route Jom& along this territory. .t
s Brick 'an4'1".ue"Btra Yor. '= Several. sites'are' how under 'consideration :
a pedalti '1:5: 'It was announced i 'and the 1'1, Ire 'i4 11 Special Summer Excursion rates

committee members havet.express'ed $10.00. Round trip including berth.
5 JVhy not baUd sntitantlalljr! s ; l I ', I
themselves In favor of stablishing a Five day return,limit.: Meals extra
5 Box W7-Fert lIen :t. field though the formal report has as j
ITmniiiiiiniiiinminniiitmumiiimiinTPal : not yet been made.ORLANDO : :- above.
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.Le Park has lread, Interest. 'be i !
.. A ten round bout ., i ed ,
ed ever one hundred Fort ttyen teen Teddy 'Taplor'ot'Lake"Worth. t ;
people i h. hare purchased home"' Florida5'and( Y'oung* 'Wallace lot 'New : .F ort 'Myers:'Steamship [ C: 1
sites *'* z-to-tt. Orleans:/waf feature1 the"'opening ard : : : ";1 1I : 'O. C ,

; of 23rounds" of boXtn ':'Thnrwlay ,__, i
Venlng April 23. of 'a rl 'bt.match.: .,' I
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esrto be staged'by CominnyKthe
of an kind. Jncludlnit'-f..rmItuT.lUwnlmowera I Homeward Birnt1n.fieJwe i
and guns Ucht.. .. 'maoulactur-" local unit ef the Florida National I \
leg also' Guard The matciea willli be held -
3. 11. WIDe
South of R. R. Croutnc every Thursdajf-evenmg'betweerfTiow t
East Fort &[jrera and the time that the guard is ordered LiiiiiiiiiniHiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuuiiuiiHiiiiuiuiii HHiiimiiiiiimiHiiiumiii j la]

to Camp McClellan for two weeks O
late In the f wP1
encampment summer.

G, A. LONGBUAKE, M. D. i company Billy ,'Vaw announced on. match that Hanker he was for '- ;

residence Temporary 897 officeat 2nd. St, I that here planning both for'the"to Taylor bring eerlea and the matches-He'Wallace best fighters,were .. o1iataln ,I Ii i I P1 lean (aB Me S Ice 1

Hours:_.11-12-2-4 well 'ratecJ."they having bee 'form.i 1 =
ch j o..st'Lurst ...
i- army Instructors., .T c : f"- ,

4, ( q The Floridaricater*especially Ito those who demand ;When', you ,put ice in a a
Ants getting out their spiked
; shoes to are wear while rambling up and the utmost in travel comfort and convenience. The 1 J !drink, 'of' :upon any of -
f TT I down picnickers. r :V' i many special features incorporated in this solid ii i E' 'your 'foodsy ou'want to
Pullman-steel train are the result of years of study i 4 j be sure of its purity. : f

t GRADY FITS GLASSES I "of_ high'-class travel requirements. Observation, 'Your- health demands ,- : e'
: hUe Ie Lees j S club'and dining rars. Valet and maid service. _: ,.
EXCURSIONS ; ., such j
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4 ROYAL PALM $ Ar. CYka4:1O: a... \ unusually .

Borden the CaloosahatcheeRiver Daily Except Sunday ,0 l't S :. clean free from i,
front privileges .
I reserved,All for Water lot owners. to the Gulf.. fZk.S. Z ( :. sedimentand'impurities'. '
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Si t See P.. ED. TATEN On Steamer DlXIEi 7 i t e ,t = of all kinds.' : -i"

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Royal t
6') r Florida Vt dpuIar all-year train-typical Illinois Cen; Our prices are reasonable ;

-. tral service throughout-on time arrivals. f
CO. Leaves 8:00 a.m.J return, ;:0? pfd: L ....olis .Pullman weight honest and ... ,-
FOB SIXBS JEWELRY s rvati, ,Jewelers! Four bones .a4 Sanibel "BeackBonnd .FcrfMym _1:4SL" I ... service prompt and reg !.
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Optometrist and Mfg.. OptiCian I trip to Sanftel, ftSO w ; t tI c Ar. St. Levis __....r:3OL.. '1 Ii
tested Glasses fitted] S 41 Ar. Ckietto _S:4J a... 1
129 First St. Fort Myers. FlafThe Bound trip te Captive- $&25' '--, I ,. i. Fr tatfrtauoat ses 4al
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J BOAT Raymond BUILDING_ Ways. Fishing,Fine Sea ShellsFor Bathing TAMPA. FLA. ST. PETERSBURG. fLA. I. Sftthrn Uti1ities CO t ii I

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and Include also the name words,and Include the words''For )tent.YOU\\'a.nled.ete.SELECT. ;
Mpt type like address or box numbt-r. THRilLING FilM 1' I Ig
I-pt t'pe like 1 cent a wrtor each day. -William S. Webber, of Kalama- Royal AirdonieTheatre
"N-pt' this 2 cents a word for each day. 100. Mich., Is here for a short stjy.M. ,
type like this, i ula a word for pub i _
10-pt type like this 4 cents Brown, of Brunswick.! Ga.: has i In the twenty-two years motion
' .'J' lO.pt type like this 5 a word for each day arrived for a few days visit. j| pictures have been in existence MONDAY TUESDAY: g
tents a word for each days every phase of western life and western -
UOI1.No a.sYf'rtl-ment-. __.wlil L bsin. cart_ jNfor ice.than -Ed Parkinson, leading merchantof history has ben photographer -
ALTERNATE: DAYS. _u.2I--"for' :_first..._ Inll@_" Alva.,,was I In. the city today. j I'I-save= the most' important story of allth'al six .o'clock! .she uarrtkxl At twelve o'clock she was hav-: ..
Advertnls\ of the American buffalo..
cent per. wurd. n .ddilion ordered 10 alternate dan w\ll\ i.. charged I-I I:: with her fallow ing a gay time -fAt t>, ::
er w..... 0, veer steer theregularo rata on t point, type ana I cent I Joseph P. Itt>pp. of Philadelphia: j| Xow. for the first time, the true *
I TERMS 1":1.. has come to visit Fort Myers.D. Btory of the bison has been told in nine o'clock she left her See what hapjiens at j Thn>e
i Cub ante celluloid. :: house. O'clock in TIlt"IorrtiuC: ::
$1.00. "C.rd of Thanka- or "ReaWutlona- erted for Ie. than II. Russell, of New Orleans. When Paramont undertook to pry Harold Lloyd Short f .:;
Comedy |
TIlt.I For J'ourCO": "" protI'tlon bong ad ietlalnc Is a new arrival the City of Palms. duce Zane lirey's "The ThunderingHerd. .
paper 1. not reeponatw. fur nd t&Ju.a :". .... thcorrectly> typewritten. _, ." one of the first problems confronted Prices; lOc"" and 23: "--WHY PAY:MOKC( :? '
Frank H.'Rfll.iDf' was securing sufficient ,
Arcadia. U here a j j
FOR 4 for a'Stay. dl k fewdays> f number of animals to pat over the
I : tremendously big scenes effectively. ,
FOR SALE-two ; -Mrs. Anna Blals'e and her\'daughter f Men from the 'studio location department !!Illlillillllllllll Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllkl11111111111111_ t_ I'. .-II,1111111111:111111lllltilulillflallllllllit.! I: !. r.. I !,_ : Illllihllllllllllllllltllllllllli1111-. / .!.!! I 1 1I + =,'
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::.' FOR SALE:-Lu I ( ) a few days'In Tampa. search of a large herd. After many
warehouse build weeks they returned with tbe report'' -S.- -f
: and moved Bay at Streets once. ; : H of .. '*-C. T. Wade\ -V W Moore Haven today that In Yellowstone National Park. If Yea 11 Spray Your Poultry HOUSCH. (V.-rc::

looking after some 'real estate Wyoming there were several big Nests Etc. Thoroughly EachV cek With ,
herds scattered! over the rearvation.i ,
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Golf the trail llnka.size ROme lie : .I -Mrs: Bf'rlbaWt'i -*and slip Ralph band these herds Into one great l>011,.. '
' ,:t ''l..act Meo : of DeSota Mo., are Visiting. In Fort This In itself was a prodigious task < WINTERGREEt FENOLE iZt e j : _
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t ,.: 'raU. from Pal : and, M">;ers.-' ,. ,. .. .. ,I and'Once took the several animals Weeks.were. herded a i .. .

':"' Fan 8ALP.-o. -I' B. Miles and wife and Dan and big company from the Paramount1'studio '' -
tra'ktw ud .. Jack Miles of Leonards N. J.. are i I Including Jack Holt. Lois Wil- ;I j Alug; ,detective.,with a search_ warrant can't find ; .
SS"lMi.Wrl1. J. j here for a few days.F. son Noah Beery and Raymond list. insect
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FOR RALK I ton departed for Yellowstone Park to pasts annoy one j jI

t { Me' .*' f>ntral-Nevfl"M.l Irving! I Holmes W. B. start production on the picture.In II -
C .*.t..r. son and ''Hobt'rt' 'CU93'k, 'of Wllllam--j one part of "The Thundering Increase Egg Production and the Growth of Year: Flock by Killing i

glades; were In Fort Myers Herd." the script ''calls for a spectacular r .
FOR ( week'-end. .55 stampede of the buffalo down a Insect Pests.Wialergreen. ," I1 I- wl ,
) I narrow valley In filming this scene ra;

t : FOR Fowler RENT- I -George<< W.-Porter: ; has bought a both the players and staff member I' Fenoje Also Kills All Household i Insects. 2 -.A, ._ ", J
: alred. frisked I" ;
r lot. the, one flrsl'east of the LeathliiD their lives. The cameras .
; .Oil levard HP.NT-Ble Inn I'r | lot in East Fort Myers, for a cojsiJ-I(were erected behind' huge embankments Reasonable: in price and guaranteed to produce results as good or better than t ':Ji.-<
of rocks and trees direr-
nation of J5.000.00.John I the path of the'herd. When the tly buffalo in I I many higher priced insecticides! Sold in_Florida by reliable dealers for sixteen } '

. I' William Jobst. better known came to the obstruction the front "T ,? v
I '.' W'ST" D-Two t 'in- as "BllllewaBBIck_ this! morning at line of animaU! was unable to veer I I Bay ...t.t. years. I \
R. H. HowelU : h& l home In' Sal vUlel 'and was I aside and was driven into the embankment : on 'nal FLORIDA BOOSTERS BUY FLORIDA PRODUCTS

WANTED TO 1 : Dr. brought ,to .Fort, ,Myers to see a physician by those pressing: /: Ollo""ed,1 l cu. Meter sold lretaitiabofeser t
j. or cloM Uoulrvard.In for Sao the today. I,In the wild scramble brat ( 1/2 Pints .3Sc_ Half GaL $1.65
Lfffrr. Room 2. I II I the photographers! actually braved I : ; -- I I Q- .
:: bulk. it's 'KODe : Gallon $3.00
Southern H curIU
: : Another'newitreet death in their Pmts ., .
I ively In Fort ; 'Is being added protecting; caiiu-ras and I
to boy the .. '
; 1 I to Fort Myers. Illinois avenueIs the film contained. therein.On say Small Mouth FREE Large Hand Sprayers Extra. ''.
I MALE Company HELP want being opened up. It extends from another occasion the action Wrer an.. Sprayers "; i

Horn, NcoewlUoa / dir McGregor!! Boulevard to Euclid avenue !- called for several of the players to .
... than weelU/' ISO* Kxprl nerd. nc t! : ;{ ride before the onrushing herd. For if' None'Better at'Any Price. Why Pay More?, J"f : .
kept BJ. It. this scene the swiftest horses in the .
} Went Iowa St, : -Dr. and Mrs. H, Nehrling have camp were chosen. Despite his. bulk > i.MANUFACTURED. ONLY BYi ',x: ;; :: 0 'j'jF
} WANTED TO ; returned from a trip [north and are and awkward outer appearance the ;

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,I ..110)famUy[ 101 .Care I ; home to Estero'. The'doctor had been one of the fleetest animals In this NOLE CHEMICAL to

I UI, while gone. country. 55 5 5 '
BOARDERS : When the above mentioned sequence Jacksonville Florida i 1
Street. Good
.per week : a -Mrs;.Sarah M.: Cotterlll' of Pay- was filmed, the riders! ob- ; t

WANTED:: -. I ton. 0.. after spending the winter with tained a twenty-yard start on the Established 1908 ., 1 1y
fechildren.'S and be'8004wt' i !, :lIe her sister tare.' Patsy Becker of Palm animals. By the time they had trav 11. -"-. __. .. ; "_ .
.;>]Barllcsun. Those pa1 to street. East Fort .Myers, returped elled one-eighth of a mile, the distance 1-:: --- .
; <5 ;; borne:'Saturday. Mri Cotterlll'' hopes"to between them and the herd had _--- E:.. :":_= ",_, : L
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1A; return to the City of Palms next. shortened to ten yards. Many persons -
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fall. standing on the side-lines! turned I

t LOST rail-road Foldor' paatwa l>O< : : : In. away from the scene, thinking the a I (THE ARCADE THEATRE t .... r t. ..:
ham. Finder. ;: +r -R, G. Norton who with his family herd would surely-oYt'rtake the riders 'I ? ; ( -
can R. Y .Express
Irford. have been spending; the winter In and trample theta., to the ground. 1 i Presents ."
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l' ",. Fort 'Myerd'left; Saturday tot their Fortunately, tho men succeeded in t : ,J:; ,
'111 ''Lake N; Y. steering their mounts up a narrow ;
l : cl- summer home 'Otter .
: : I It They enjoyed' their-stay ,In :Fort My side canyon just,' as the herd thundered Today ,and Tomorrow Only I l x : i '

,1 r FOUND-Florida.. : !ihe ers and like the city,nne. 'Tbe, hopeto past. 1
her IS. ': ,
railing! at Press | ( } ,, : to return. next fall. l.t i .j
/this adv.
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I" \ ) : -Dr/{ D. n. Smith and inter, Miss! 3 O'CLOCK IN MORNING" \:rc a a ,c y xz
} Car'rfe Smith! and Miss Amelia Melrerhale II
": ?' :returned Sanlbel' Island
FOR ROOM and $ irpra' .
vard Inn. 141 where they were spending three days I '- '. \ :
coming'.t; HAS GOOD FILM CAST"Three i, ;:, : ;
!r- bathln gand gathering shells.> They I
Will buy. old II. sa: ythat there are no mosqultoa on [. j jI t
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I thine before U1tt, the Island now. ,aDd that the bathing. I l'f 1 1I
)by Ida.return mail. : \ U "finelMr.. : i O'clock in the Morning"featuring I '

\ !t .--..-.-- : Constance Uinney. will be ,7 1
3 S'TO:: WHOM notify IT the ] ( and Mrs. M: U Hall: will the stellar attraction at the Royal I ...;..'.
", ...br In no way and leave Tuesday morning for Shelby.. Alfdome Theatre Monday and Tuesday !: .-; 'i,
: ?claims\ or debts to ville. Kentucky their former home. April 20 and 21 Three O'clock In $ '"
!: formerly my .!ol- Mr, Hall U now returning for the the Morning" a C. C. Burr I t I :. ; 1

oTItE purpose of selling his business and tion and was made on a \ proouc-I t"L > '

ll.ndry and ... ", Ins perhaps 'all of his holdings In Kentucky Resides Miss Binney In the I -::
bv off Turner market and until ". : When .Mr and Mrs. Hall role the cast contains such screen! I r'a iiiI'.." \
I and Lester. Room > "' came,to'.Fort: Myers they expected to favorites as Edmund Breeae. Mary -.
"..sentlng clujuvely Southern In .' | I ) and. stay only a few weeks but' like many Carr. Edna May Oliver. Richard' i
: : others hive' decided' fa make this Thorpe. William Bailey. Little Russell '

; t DAN I I !! I: theirpermanent,. !( home. Griffin: and.,a host of others j jI
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Last night ) ALyA MINSTRELS, ALVA MINSTRELSare fi11f F J.1 J-:; ;

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,?" Jamie Atkinson ; of I
were granted a ; ;

Judge N. Q. t tL -f t tIt
married the 81 r
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Arthur ? II. you're a true American 1
w ell's laundry : { ( # ; : ) t'helmlna L A stirring romance-spectacle .- t. S 1 i '

'. VanDuyl. were } \ i a company of 1,000 "r'I ''i:"_ I 't' 1 J'J'with
Ot- -. M&Zane
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NOTICE 1. -- .r =. > %*%, &&.. '-'% -
+ board of County .-. I Giegs" i : > .
1 county Florida., : : } '. i jiC Y R I FRONTAGE ., co : ,1,1I
0th day of May : to: '
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Board of the I \\H dc's
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The. Subdivision tot. : 10 ACRES h ?
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5 Each bidder will # (/I" M .ill j :
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fe-: ... ; -- ago relative to the buying,. ,

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1 during the past six days. 1 1I

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'. :., "Hard boiled" customers who "couldn't ::see" the

;. .. a year ago-a month ago-or even tendaysago,, .;
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e been buying; buying ;.
I' d over twice in two days. ?_ __ ;
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Developments which have been announced and' ;

.... ,. 4. \' A<' will probably be announced within a short time,
J. i' '" justify prices much higher than price, which nov,

t t :.'. ; :.. ? :. vail along this MAIN STREET OF FLORIDA. _

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' "V :' ., ,,_.. "'_ 'a to the forefront-developments which will .
I. : ,- ..' ,.'": :.1:. :; \ this the choicest business area in Fort Myers. I
\ '. ; by little, the most level headed and conservative
''.' i .. men and traders of the city are realizing that

---4 ; area between the Fountain and the Golf' COUrse
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'(, ,,/,: the Tamiami Trail is the AREA OF BIG PROF-
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.1) '. .' :. ," ': '. !. ';',.'. :'.. ;''. '. : : We have many choice listings of Tamiami Trail

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., .. : ; ""' :?" "" ', ....::;>' : ;:\ ; ::, Don't forget that our CORONADO development
-,>' .; ;-. .... "r'i-4.v; '. '! : : ; a quarter mile frontage on the Tamiami' Trail, and I

f ': ?:L ... .tf. ;". : t.{'l: ;{?:;' : it is! rapidly being given the'improvements that will :: ,

\':. >t.i; -p-. .' \( : f *}li-1 <<: ii>.; : It one ,of the FINEST ,IN SOUTH FLORIDA, f. 1' ', t

': .:.".. ..(\ '.tf-!<, .. : i i fl1..1 : Lots in Coronado are, priced as I low as $1,500-:REAL
-. /_ : ". ':,; \ i4. :: t,.. : Mk t ; : prices. Improvements will include
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.; ted over entire area Royal Palms hibiscus three
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': ,BARNWELL 'REALTY I f" : "l:-,SEE' US. NOW AND PREPARE,YOURSELFsTO** :. ':, 1 t i i; -{

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i : OFFICE atNo.. 42 6th Street South, St. :-' t 1P

<< ; Connections in TAMPA, MIAMI and IE..YOU DON'T KNO WHAT'S' < HAEPJ2NJNGFIND f:1 L,, ,. ). .

"Building and Selling Fort Myers Each ; ,:": > C:.;.:'....a,,;. : .' >:' 1 OUT "l.t i':' ..,\
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