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Title: The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title: Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: J.M. Callahan
Place of Publication: Fort Myers Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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YEAR-NO. 117 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 21, 1925 PRICE 5 CENTS

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DANES URGES t 1'SupportsWidows I COMPENSATION ACT I 1 STOIDICENTER ARRESTS OF FLORIDA i 1 TO :MARRY J ROTARiANS AND q.




) rf PROVIDES PAY FOR I 1j4 MOTORISTS ML BE ROTARY ANNSCUESTSOFCI

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SENATE RULES I .. u ; i, .
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v Sixty Per {'t'--; ; Salary Darin;' r Lf .ti3p ToarNN Going; erth Flut'd'

$30: and lorrrd te Wait '
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Period \8t to Exceed
Interesting Program ArrangedFor
One Man Now Has Power To I For 'tt'w Plates I

Block Majority Vice President iOO leeks I Visitors by Fort

Says I [ The American Automobile Association ; Myers Club j(
(By Tae AMoclmted Pres.)
in Washington announces efforts ::2b
21 Theworkmen's
TALLAHASSEE April .
are being made to test the legal- .
CRESCENT
TO CITIZENSHis VISIT BEACH
APPEALS
Introduced -
I compensation measure ity of treatment of motorists who

by the Senate committee appointed have been arrested In Maryland by uyI

Desire For Change Patri- for the purpose, and now be- officers who refused to recognize Big Time Planned For UpStaters -

otic And Non-Partisan He fore the legislature provides that for their Florida temporary license a At This Evening's .

Tells Hearers / A an injury producing temporary total plates.These temporary licenses have not Dinner 1

disability to do work of any reason- been recognized in Maryland and ac i f

Aneclale! Press the employee :ording to reports to Mr Cleveland I
Bj Tk able character, Injured
Today is Rotary Day in Fort ) ,-
NEW YORK April 21.-In an address I many motorists have been fined from
shall be sixty cent of hU
paid per
and of and
: ers, the people the city
$29 to $SO or forced to remain in the
today, at the annual luncheon the period of disability
during
r.i.Ait'o wages
-.w., DiL:riot cf Columbia until new plates especially the Rotarians and Rotary
I of the Associated Press 'Charlea U.itewes. for a period of time not to exceed f from their: home states could be Q">- Anns are planning to give the visitors -

Tice president of the United three hundred weeks. The bill was = e ... 9. from Saint Petersburg Orlando.

Elates, came out strongly for reform prepared by Senators James R Calk- I Action by the A. A. A. followed acmplaint '
Tampa Lakeland Avon Park. Se-
In the parliamentary procedure of Ins. W W. Phillips and J. M. Coe It ,: from Fred HCiley.. sec

the upper bouse. The Vice Presi further provides for. payments as follows : retary of the Cleveland, 0., automobile bring, Bartow and Punta Gorda the

dent's address follows: I JOSEPH CArtl.L..UX club. A copy of Mr Caley's let- time of their lives. At noon the Rotarians
:
A* Vice-president elect not by the For the loss of both hands, or both ter to the national association head- ; to the number of approximately : -

Senate or by a State but by the people feet or both eyes or one hand, and I quarters follows sixty were the guests of the
one foot Injury producing "The officials of the state of Mary- 6
or
of the United States to preside any '
Fort Myers Rotarians at lunch at the
over the Senate I conceive myself permanent total disability to do workof NATIONAL SECURITY :'aotl have refused to recogn: these

t called with the duty of calling the any reasonable character, sixty per (Florida) licenses, although the .t same time the Rotary ABu from the

attention to method of Senate par- .. .. cent of wages for not more than fire ourists were residents of the state other cities were entertained at a f

liamentary procedure in their relationto t ; hundred weeks. IS OBJECT OF NEVI\ of Florida at the time the licenseswere a luncheon at the Rivervlew. I
For Injury producing partial dis- issued and they do not expire
the national interest. The fact .. .. A pilot car driven by Carl McClure ,

that of practically all deliberative and ... ._ ..'. ..$ ability to do work of any reasonable until July met the incoming Rotarians and
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legislative. assemblies of the world : character sixty per cent of FRENCH CABINET "This outrageous treatment and .: their ladies at Punta Gorda and I
almost Paul Frntaln 11''eaM)14 between wages at the time of malicious.persecution of respectable Franklin,
the United States Senate evangelist brought them on in. At the
-r Sulphur spring. the injury and which the Injured citizens certainly does not reflect
alone chooses to conduct its business Artc, U believed wages : any Arms the Reception Committee head-
to! be the youngest evangelist In the employee Is able to earn thereafter credit on the state Maryland or
under rules which do not provide world. On the fauill.IUX. I I.. Storm (enter; To L'stabINh ed by Walter Bowles made the reservations
proceeds of Us work during the period of disability, the small-brain grafting officers who
properly effective cloture emphasizesthis .:" a traveling I and got the names of all
preacher beAD I: at
support 'not however beyond three hundred llha..y misrepresent that state in the discharge -
duty on my part. hulUtuUon for destitute widows the visitors, sending those wanting
weeks. AalicsnItj of their supposed official duties zZ
The Issue presented in the move with email children: and send youth w hotel reservations to their respective.
rules to cotJep- In the following cases the compen- This sort of thins smacks of
ment for reform in the present hotels.
of the Senate of the United States is sation shall be as follows: (Itj, Tae MwUUd rre" ) Moscow; in fact such procedure This afternoon the visitors after a
For the loss of a thumb, sixty per I would not be tolerated by me disci-
PARIS. April 21 'An untimate Im- I
non-partisan, non-sectional and pa- drive about the city are being entertained -
cent of wages during fifty weeks. ples of Trotsky and Lcnme in Rus-
triotic. An Improvement in these NEW WELFAREVORKER\ position of drast financial. measures with a swim at Crescent:
For loss of first finger, commonly sia.
the conduct of business Beach. Light refreshments will also
rules to expedite
called the index finger sixty per cent the maintenance et an embassy at the "Thank God there will be a highway -
impersonal and nonpartisan be served there by Mine Host Nelson
is aa
of wages during thirty weeks. vatican and the pacification of the internal open through Kentucky and Ten-
a question as was that of the ARRIVES TO TAKE UPDUTIES Mrs John F Dodge widow of one of the Casino.
I For the loss of any other finger dissension-but above all- nessee by next year and tourists will
adoption of the budget system improving of the founders of Dodge Brothers, Tonight, however U the big time
or a great toe sixty per cent of wages real security for France, are prime not have to go through the Godforsaken -
the conduct of routine governmental Inc. is engaged to marry Alfred G. as will be seen by the program In an-
state of Maryland and be sub
during twenty weeks. points in the miaistrial declaration
business.As Wilson business!! man of Detroit and other column.
fEDERATION For the loss of any other than a of the Palnleve cabinet read- before ject to arrest, mistreatment and persecution -
emphasixlng this nonpartisanship deacon in the First Presbyterian The Fort Myers Press Is glad to
great toe, sixty per cent of wages the chamber of deputies this afternoon ,
on the day after I had called during ten weeks. "In the meantime we submit this Church where she heads the mis- join, in the welcome to the businessand
Senate to the sionary society The heirs of John men and women
professional
the attention of the illas Barre Prltrhett Is Successor toTe For the loss of a hand, sixty percent The statement said that France as a matter which the A. A. A. should .
...,dsfor a chance In the roles (asa Jilts. Margaret of wages during 150 weeks. would maintain all her present treaties immediately- take- Into the hiz"i.-"
Vice-President who happened to be Gilbert For the loss of an arm sixty per and "'pu1'sue.the execution of the courts in the state of Maryland nd I I It U a good thing for them to be ,-

a Republican). that able and distinguished T cent for 200 weeks. I Dawes' plan at the same time as the secure: if possible, a decision here, and it Is a wonderful thing for
Senator Under rerer1 $$205 IN BONDS ,have them her a* our ..eat..
to
Democrat. sing the high-hand at'Ucl\.o( the! I as
deb
; Lee county's new worker for the For the loss of a foot sixty per settlement of the blpzfllied !s. ;
wood of' Alabama, long an earnest Lee, County: Welfare Federation has Cent foY"ZdO weeks. The declaration makes the reduction officials responsible for this treatment Welcome Rotariaas and Rotary Anna ,

e' advocate: ot refond In the" bustnesdmethod arrived in the person of Miss Barre For the loss of a leg sixty per cent and reorganization of the army contingent of law-abiding citizens who Come again and come often we wUl ..
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of the Senate re-Introduced have committed crime FORFEITED INPOUCE always be glad to see ,.OL fe- > j
Pritchett who is now executive secretary for 250 weeks. I upon the success of negotia- no or: even
a resolution In the Benahte providing of the federation. .With Miss For the loss of an eye. sixty percent i tions for the complete tranquilization misdemeanor and who. in the opinion

for better cloture.t Pritchett came Miss Elisabeth of wages for 200 weeks. of Europe and the tranquility of of our attorneys are absolutely( with- Market

The absence of cloture has been denounced -; Cooley. who is in charge of the work The loss of the first phalanx of a'' the French frontiers.The in their legal rights." COURT Vegetable

on .the floor or the Senate i in the state to help Miss Prichett thumb, or great toe or of one or two chamber: of deputies was about Prices Still Good

by Senator Kellog now Secretary of phalanges other finger toe. evenly divided on applause and boos.
I get started in her work. or any or ENGLAND TO All EMIGRANTS
State under '''a Republican admlnlsion. shall the loss Canillanx who the storm centerof > Heaviest Loser Was (
I The new welfare secretary cames be considered equal to was rgr ; Charged "We will ship several carloads: of

;. In the platforms of the Democratic from Charlotte N. (X, and has studied of one-half of such member and the the tumult in the chamber sat By The A._!at.d Pr*...) With Resisting An vegetables this week." was the statement '

party, adopted in 1918 and 1920 in the New York school of welfare compensation shall be one-half of the rigid on the government bench Ignor- LONDON, April 21.-A new migra- Officer of A. H. Draughan manager ef ::

'\ was a plank which reads: work. She has had considerable amount specified loss of the entire ing both the cries of hatred from the tion agreement between the Over- the Fort Myers Truckers Association:

r" ,"We favor. such alteration of experience In recreational work and member right and the cheers of applause from seas Settlement Department and the Yesterday was a busy day In police to the Press today. All cars will consist "g=

procedure of the Senate of the Is said to be an expert swimmer. It Loss of more than one phalanx of the radicals on the left. Australian High Commissioner, is court and a large sum was turned of mixed vegetables.

.; United States as will permit the Is the plan of the federation to combine a thumb or great toe, or more than shortly to be signed which will exPe-- into the city treasury from escheated Mr. Draughon says that prices are a

prompt transaction of the nation'slegislative two phalanges of any other finger or dite the flow of emigrants from this B. Lee forfeited 'j
with welfare and health work a 1M>I1M>S FUOR VMIICVTIONBy : bonds principally A. still good and have been all season.
business. recreational program. toe shall be considered as the loss country to Australia. two bonds-one of $W for carrying Reports that the recent heavy rains

: It Is evident from all this that the Miss Pritchett succeeds Miss Margaret of the entire member; provided how- ( Tae wittd Prr.) Great Britain under the new agree- concealed weapons and the other off have badly damaged the Moore Haven; --:
advocates' of this reform recognize Itt ever, that in no case shall the amount ment will provide a loan of $170,000- When Of- ",
: Gilbert and with the assistanceof ANDERSON Ind. April 21 -Ministers $100 for resisting arrest. tomato crop may cause tomatoes to
t as non-partisan. It cannot be accomplished -I Miss Eva Russell. Red Cross received for more than one finger ex- of the North Indiana Methodist 000, at a low rate of Interest part of ficer M.\ G Haler went to arrest Lee bring a little better price as there '1 ;:

f except it is accepted: In the nurse will take care of welfare and ceed the amount provided in the Episcopal Church voted this morningfor which will be expended" In prepar- he suddenly found himself facing the was a heavy acreage in tomatoes In ::

1 hearts and consciences of all citizens Red Cross work in Fort Myers and schedule for the loss of 'a hand or unification of the church branches. ing acres of untilled fertile land for business end of a .15 calibre Spring- that section.

as non-partisan and patriotic reform -I Lee county. The new secretary I is a the amount received for the loss of reception of British settlers field rifle in the hands of a negro. There will be eight cars: shipped by

demanded by the people In the young lady of pleasing personalityand i more than one toe exceed the amount The gun was cocked and aimed and Blggar-Padgett Company this week .

interest of the people. It should not likes Fort Myers very much. provided in the schedule for the loss Sensation about the time Mat expected to stop which will consist ot eggplant 40 ;

be discussed from any other stand- of a hand or the amount received for Continental breathing the negro stumbled againsta per cent; peppers, 29 per cent tomatoes .: '

point than that of non-partisanship. MIAMI TRACK PROBE KILLED the loss of more than one' toe exceed guava bush and Mat closed with 25 per cent and squash and -

The Issue Is-this! : Shall the Senate ,the amount provided in the schedule him and secured the rifle. Mat saysit cakes, 10 per cent Fifteen per cent t. $;..'

continue'unchanged Its existing rules
which'admittedly make possible at TALLAHASSEE April 21.-The Investigation Amputation between the elbow and faced its frowning muzzle The The market remains good on every. f :s

times,, the exercise by a minority, or of the Miami race track wrist shall be considered as the negro put up a cash bond of $150 on thing enumerated above' and prices

even one Senator of power to block came to its death In the house when equivalent of the loss of a hand and the two counts and when he failedto received have been quite satisfactory,. --->:

the purpose.-ot a majority of the the resolution was amended makingit amputation between the knee and the >> appear to answer to the charge,

a Senate to .legislate record the house's opposition to ankle shall be equivalent to the loss the bend was declared forfeited. -

' Of what material relevancy Is the gambling. The house of representatives of a foot Sam Miles escheated a $10 bond on Stewart Confer ; '
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claim that this power of blocking legislation refused to consider a minority In cases not falling within any of ;?' a charge of disturbing the peace; f

, desired by the majority actIng report which. asked postponement the provisions named in the foregoing Loyd Taylor forfeited a $20 bond for With L. A. Hendry

under Us constitutional rights. indefinitely of a legislative investigation where the employee is seriously y' alleged drunkenness: B. G. Coburn '.

Is sometimes a check to mistaken legislation. of the Miami race track proposed permanent disfigured about the face on a charge of drunkenness forfeiteda A special meeting of the Fort My !

U that check Involves the user by Representative Taylor of Hills- or head or where the usefulness ofa 1r # ::" ,..,.., cash bond of $15; Louis Mnns for- ers city commission. was held at 4 2 :to,:.

Gower the existence of which Is borough. member or any physical function is rxy' feited a cash bond of $% for running o'clock yesterday evening and It want t ,
Constitution seriously permanently impaired the i decided that a representative of the
not contemplated by the car with cutout open; Western. Anderson --.r-
aDd U inconsistent with the princi- THE WEATHER parties may fairly agree upon or the on a charge of public: use of'! city be sent to Tallahassee to confer *

of representative government' ? jury| may allow such compensation asa property escheatrd a cash bond of with Hon Louis A, Hendry regarding '""
ples >
claims that reasonable in proportion to the the the bill he presented In the .
Of what relevancy are the $10. as did o.orze Wright on :1,
of unlimited de- Highest temperature compensation hereinabove specifically same charge. legislature. for the validation of the <

because'th.: the:early power days of the Senate yesterday _.._91. provided in the cases of specific disability ij fir. Fort Myers charter.Consequently .
tn .
bate membership was not Lowest temperaturelast above named not to exceed Shaw Home Ready Attorney Cyrus Q. ,
with 'Ita' small night n__'_ 66 two Stewart was chosen to go to Tallahassee "f.f
with its eon sixty per cent of wages during
abused, that this power Rainfall 24 hrs. to c For OccupancyAt ,-
have existed: then hundred weeks. NvtbK M for this purpose aad he left today l'
should
sequences 8 a, m. ins. ....._,_0 Provision also is made In the Mil[ home in their new house In for the state capitol where the fi.
shoaldixlat now?
or could modify' the conduct Wind direction B. for compensation to the widow or Larchmont Mr. and Mrs Eo T. Shaw conference with Representative Hen- ;-

i c Because It business aa Intended Wind. vet miles 5 children or other ,kin of a workman t are prepared to spend the remainder dry will be held.n:
.ot government .. _. .
Clear .
Sky of .".
killed accident .
Constitution'the existence : by for payment ot their lives in comfort. The bouse
by the ., Barometer _.-.8022 compensation to such survivors for a baths and 1.: <
ot ta. _power was wrong as in has nine rooms and two FOKD CAB FOR XISS B : SELL. ; ,.(
4k period of three hundred weeks down It hasa .
both Its existence and ex- has an airplane porch on top. ,<,
the put U Florida; Generally fair tonightand to lesser periods, graded down. according screened-in front "
the' time. cozy yet roomy mission
frroa* at present At special meeting of the t'if
ercisa art a ,
In -
cooler to-night extreme
Wednesday to the number of survivors. ; and while the kitchenette is
porch
the I ,'
that pro-
Who can Justly claim moderate northeast t board of the Welfare Federation held,- ;;.t
north portion small it i ranged: to save steps to '
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,' tectioa *Jhe.country against hasty and east winds except fresh t at the city hall last night It was decided .{:
+ not only a con t the busy housewife. that Miss Era Russell Bed ..
!; leglalatioademands<< BRADENTON FORMS16c it?
a over north portion.LI The house is h.andsomey fitted
up :
of the
action will be furnished with, .. ,
ence't'legislative, Cross nurse a. ,:::
car ..
two:bouses.of Congress, the veto i. GAS LEAGUE ,,' t Inside cad Ba many conveniences Tar to use in her work. j
'ot the President of the United >OTTPES WILL REJOICE among which are water, sewer electric : Mrs. Dick Boyd. Mrs. Charles bales .

x 1 power States sad ot'the power of revisionby .lF MAN LEAVES COUNTRY By The AiwclaUd. Tr MBRADENTOV > i ; I liable sal water: fireplaces, tic. wslsted by other members of the I I-- ',
p United 21. The formation i Everything fo arranged for con
r- ,the Supreme Court of the April inning board wUI raise. the money to .
during of a It-cent gasoline league venience. evn the light switches are for the Miss Russell hopes I.
States bat in addition a power WASHINGTON. April %-Lle- s, fry pay car.
the end of a' session Clf Congress:: iensssnlenszessxes Willlhlmlnizxisstelzxll. was decided upon. Ust night, at a placed so that they can be oed either Men to ride to her work la a new r,
r } ca the lower ftocr or upstairs. Between [
.attimes biff meeting of the board of trade.
or even. Ford coupe.
majority
of is
a Hurrizzissteizxil a
t'
the parf .
oa Senators tot The league plans to purchase gasoline l the ki'carfictte and the breakfast (
of one of'th. II Siamese cook and musician: and 1
room there it a sliding panel
by coasaalaf wholesale, from aa independent } s y c.iJHALIFAX.
d.stroyectshtion immigration authorities -
: block sad San Francisco qlr which food is transferred '.
for decision refiner at ten and one-half cents per loronih the JAP SHIP ASKS AID
tint f scessary today asked the labor :
gallon delivered, which will be re- ,Scat one -o la" other
debate until the sessionepds deport him on the t 1
r by prolpMlM which department to, tailed at 16 cents by stations who There Is two-car: : garage with a April -Camperdown.
-a> power;the existence ot ground that he does not meet ImJrll1'aUoll : tank it from wireless station .:
ot the United States Since have pledged to do so. ; huge water surmounting this morning reported ..\
requirements.
555 the'Coastltatloa which law The membership fee In the league which the supply. of soft water Is Ob the Raltuk Mara, Japanese- :-
does D &> ottt mpUte-a power entering the country he baa simplified is fifty cents: which may be used to tained. Painters and plumber are 'relghter,la distress 108 mile oaU-r ':
of
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hands to
the Hurst
alti.ht4reoijDut;, Into his nameto Leow, build storage tanks and purchase delivery -, Of gnat, busy' adding the finishing touches to east ot. Halifax. The captain' ,, aaked-
mlwtities IndlviduaU the abilityto I' shorten what officials believe to.be tracts Gas is now selling. 1 Spain I* suite excited over SenoritA Mercedes fierce, singer la ltadriJd this a.'bom.wbkh.. 'staads next ,for quick Assistance. : and reported theme .
,patrol legislation by the longest ..m. la the world. has given several suoxasiW unary ;
and sbIYtyO
h''J 0;". oa P1ge,6) '.::, I" t ::)here at 26 cents a gallon- .power floortncls$ LouStgwarff, ship listing at thirty defrees I

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HELD:.:FORT: MYERS i\ PRESS ,- '-11"-5 y UP AGAIN-II RE GOES I.j" ; G.5kWENTS ..:
i yrs A LONG NIGHT THAT HAS NO DAWN I i I UtiIi -*

LntedV77.* etcFyCBGndarl-iT"ttiel're e Entldlai:1177ack II .. -. ,
[ Much'to the Saint Kec-L ;
*> EUreel Fort Y Tern Florida. the joy of Augustine! 'tuesdays T"enf1.fJN '
-._. _F' ord and a few other jiapcrs-of the state that have \ I 'I'uun' Wom.l'1's.aQ.xIary! to the.lJap-

THE FORT MYERS\ PRESS.Incorporated argued long and :loud regarding the inserting of j jan I,List Missionary socielt will meet.In

GEORGE E.MUSMfcO'| ; Pibtobef.. tai' Cnnal .an* :.1.1f I "i" in the word Florictah, Representative Louis j .- -S : I the church .( 7',30, iii.Europe F.. ,mP8e A wUt'be'! ''n. '

EAll'J'M \ Victor has introduced a bill into the house tf rep- : / I Day Persecutions church?are'\;
ae Seeoue class of the :
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Ladles
fnn.tt.rt %2&rch
toirt.lfloe.t Port; Myera Florida, under the Act .14.treb'3.. le1wadea resentativcs to the effect that the inserting of i Ii dilcusse!
) M M VMlclr ntw cpt-r >a.''November 22.'US tat.. said "i" is endorsed by the legislature "and that i i invited\ to. attend.. .. ... .J

lifl. : a daily w Myclj' 14. 1 1LMEXBEE the citizens of the state of Florida shall hence- i all day meeting of 'Vom.an's .
Regular
\ OP THR ASSOCIATED TRESS fpith be !known aa Floridians." I Society, Presbyterian' churchmasts

TWA..oelt d .'rent is .t *vaiv :l7 I'IItltl..tto! the ni* lor This is probably the bight of "ilamfool" leg f I with Mrs. *. K.. Woolslalr
hpLb td)1) euitted rstun et &U->kiF .
a j I Orange
and
x180 the
ln.wa
tl.h.Aaa..e aN ..- dly..ewspaj.r' puff j that defies grammatical rules and has been disqualified I church at 10.:30 to take. any(! who wish
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cot .pecla dlopctchM berl
arc
Flori-
Wo bv eminent suthorities. "The
rt.erv.d. ) !! to
go. .
o SrBSCRlPTlCfl JUTES: dan" j is the Illinois Centrals; fast Chicago and .- I .
t t' I Comer' *' '' < taint Louis train. Inhabitants of Alabama are I i| i iI PE: O. Sisterhood will meet'with'

":'l'" tins Metotla'_._..Io.._ _I ,18 "m. Uontk _! __. I ,11$ Alabamans; Alaska! Alaskan., Illinois! IIlinais- i iI I Mr*. McSpadden on 3Cashingtoo.
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...1'E Blz'tone'MoaLba Uonth .Art'. J 1 _. .J t.r4," Three Month 1.76 Sae; Iowa, Iowans, Indiana Indianans ets.!' Flor- ; street at 7:30:: P-. m- .
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") ..:; :t O t. Tear -,- ........_..._. _-= C.M"ftUSTAINTNO Use Ti-ar __ -=== ISO. ids is spelled F LOR I D A. Its derivation jus- Myers Rotary, club, will

t '), .,." .!tYtpIJY '.'ort lItft'nt f'Je' ,nit: 1"ur- _n... tifies the use of the word Floridan, but evidently I II I The Fort Franklin Arms bote..at
""rhe'Woo>UJI' Fort'liver e Prtw S.x lfonltu -___il.r! there are those who prefer l legislation: to deriva-i 1 meet at the .
12:31):! : o'clock.Wednesday
;t .. tion. It is just possible however that oar state : ,'" rt

3r:;' MKMRRRlO2b.? scions may refuse to legislate this bad "i" into j TnentyserondThe v

.. I the state name and that those of us who live : Fort Myers! Kiwanis club: wm
ON&
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toi nl\l! here may continue to be Floridans. I meet at the Franklin' Arms at 12:00

19tz ) ? II I o'clock.

'!" ASSOCIAIIONAeathcrH ; I ,
only $26
IIDenber GREAT CITY ON CALOOSAIIATCIIEE I St. Louis safe blower got
Wenfpaptr/ FnbUshen'g Association.'Member | which Is poor pay foraneipert.
;':' 'FlorlJa mesa A efmlon.! /'z/ tf'-
Deep thinkers have declared! that the Caloo- York Insurance agent ,
I j 3I inl>er! riorUa AssociateJ Dal'let) sahatchce valley is to be the And a New
scene of one of the without talking. .
lived 80 years
.. L: Membei ;0,1111, Florida Presi AsioeUlloa.ifj largest cities in the world. This may look far- I off has either one of his arms. '.

I ; < fetched and visionary to the casual observer, yetit I

t !!r't jTuesday Afternoon, April 21, 1923 is backed by good sense. The geographical location j Man got arrested for beating up a. \ 1 t

1 .. .. is fine, the climate and health conditions movie usher in Seattle prOving we.

,. '; are unsurpassed in the world, and when the cross- must suppress some desires. / .1-'

i 'BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY state ship canal from Fort :Myers through Lake | i
,I ;* The.Heavenly Song-They sing ,i f Okeechcbee to Stuart is comrlete it will be on the i The world gets better. !We know ,
,. : the song of Moses the servant of Go, 'I most used water highway in the world. These a man who i ia so honest he pays -::

.: and the song of the Lamb, saying. statements are not extravagant. The United I his doctor bills. --

,+I ., :Creat-and marvellous are thv works, Lord God States National Congress does not realize yet, the
:Almighty; just and true are thy ways, thou King I value of this ("ro -s-3tate water-way. But they I If these flivver airplanes become t
or.saints.-Rcvelalioll popular there will be a fortune for.
15 :2.:
: will within five years. And within ten, ships'' someone In digging storm cellars. .. I IDon't.
drawing eighteen feet of water will be coming

;;r.T111 onT JlJIns.I'Jnss: I'LiTFOKV j through. Then the cross-state canal will be ac- II I IJ .be too hasty In slapping

h ..... ". --- commodating the greater part of the shipping mosquitoes this summer. Look first" f'
: : I frcm the Pacific to the Atlantic seaboard throughthe I It may be a flivver airplane. .,,
w- .nlShllr..1I Lolia'Asg.clatlon.h |
j Panama canal and from the Atlantic J ,
to the
<4
ITater' Sofl.DJajf' Plant fur !
\. llenkj \TatrrSyrteuC I I 3-1. Hourly.
Pacific Fruit trade from Central and South I L .
I
35, Jt"
.>rr>Waicr Front t of Island Park aaj.! Monirlpal! ) AuJltorlnm. America will use this canal and all the business j' 37.Ioor Garb.. .,
from the Gulf too will CROSS 4. Narrow passage or inlet
go through. When all I WORD PUZZLE 38. To make lace. ..
''ltJ"Tr'o'ai Bonleiard. of these things are taken into consideration it is 5. Privilege granted by government 43: Female performer. -
1.'rie. DrltJJe I., prgrces Bearb. easy to see why the city on the Caloosahatchee I You're come across It before, if you've been solving crossword; puzzles covering: gale of invention 44.. Border. f I r
'_ will be big and that from the beginning.: It's just another of those freak crossword punIc.crea- -5'
a one, the whole valley from 45. To lubricate.
:"pftlIrj.hl; 9suoe ti ,
: f.ntrn&re: f ..
"', 4.cea.! .Colajfelrls.l 'f.lde \ rCompletion the Gulf to Lake Okcechobce will be one big set- I tures. See I if yowean get 29: vertical without knowing the unkeyed letter. 6. Place of public contest 17, Organ: 'o( hearing. f '!MU. :

tlement of 7. Mingle. Males. .,
prosperous people.-Glades County Tx
r. of Lee Cbaatj'g System .t Roads I L :s 4 S" 1 6 d "
IG II
12.r 8. Horses.
Democrat. 50 Image. .
Y x! ? Cuppletitn| ( ..f 'Tamtasgl'trall sail Fort Myent I .r.rI kl4 *:9. Bottom ot skirt rl.:> Saunters. ,'' : ''" '
1 Palm,JJeacfc,Jllgkifay. I,) 1 ,
a Idt 10. Either's partner. 53. Animals held sacred by savage g!
S I Beaatiflcatioa of Highways Incladl'n Pin liD'? lC 11. Drinkable. tribes. -- -
ot ,
-f, c MiBnt Palms shun;" ;Tamlanil: Tral| .dear across SALESMANSHIP\ AGE t 17 ,, +IS [\1..13 ., :10 12. A narrow opening! especially for S-I. Monastic order of Jews. .

'. Lee Wnty'koJ Crltlsalag'bt'P.oya' ,Palo aloiisr x'at [. coins. ::11. Birds similar to ducks. "
ifcCrrper Bonlertrd to'Pnaia' aIP- .' "., ,.' Never before in the history of America have U t'j;;12$ 24 IWiJ zs: It. To moo. :is. Relieves. "-- *- \

: ; Lap Eoad'to East foist.w we experienced}: the spirit of triumphant salesmanship IU1m 16. The thigh of a hog. ...,. Surface measure of a'plane. region .--

i -'' -. &,-(;t e&xt uy ;.r-H; #: xi? .ift.__. -. ,- ._, _; as we are at this moment. It is an :/ ? 2f> '5I 22. Net weight of container. -l ... ..'... '. .
f f t ;
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age when selling has become a science and 'a 31 'z s.L 25. Bard. 51.:.. Part of verb to be. .it ,
': ROTARY FRIENDSHIP thO"'fJUgLly'reliable at that. Great r Itm r 3y: 27. By, through. C3L Headgear. ::: s":
t. I one indus- i: ,;s L t .... ..
f *f trial l and commercial enterprises enjoy their ,. A_ _. 29.,: Large parrot fond of Idlling 55.! Departs.! ( -
p +."\
t .-
.L' By Alice i wit on OldroydThe i growth and in fact their very beginning by reason .-; I I :T'h41 'II I- sheep. 57. Beverage .-; -
.
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30. Kindled.
; *. properly) } applied salesmanship. That have ,;- : .69. Edge. .
we 1M. r'i'd: : : ::
.,
I' '>'i.T: .... t .t .. 3L Matches. 72: Seventh note In scale. .
right to $row that I may starn beside you.' so extensive a field in which to'operate in itseU'is ; 44' --I: _S ,.. ,( 32. '
r.And.: without ;iintOTerihg,.serve your need; ; ;; I jmpressive. We are not limited in this respect. I 44 4a 4s' ; <:;;. i'/-! -., ', .to To. bar by estoppel. 74. Toward,

The,right i Jtoi, feel that some swift 'thought will.'It' I. But we are an educated people here in the United j i i I-' rrz. Outbursts of Everett True By Condo a i
t i guide you' I States and growing more so every day. The result! i -1d-5 -1-

.:< To.steady..mew1en Burdens; are decreed; I I is that the successful salesman of today need3 j jI t 1r T'vcs<.t tSZauEpkroa'rov'' '4 H nR'r2vn', ..4.-/

= '.;!1'- Total lKwu( you till words; have brought decision, I to be an informative: agent. j I <
a;f'" Tfxsl. ui silences.ichen'words! are few; I I..I The brag and bluster which we have been ( "I .2. 3. :4f. i'-f' t..n"f 11\J.VC S.T: (rJ ....r. 1 CRT4v4 R9 'rt. ,
:; : : j j To.share,,through common: daily touch, your vii accustomed to tHink of in terms cf assets for "
:.,:: ,SIan-, I selling qualification; amount to nothing. The isolation b 1' 6a 70 At\CO t ,4tA.

These need no naming between me and you. of the past which made of the man with j R .
-i --'- '. -vii Tie;} Rotarian. I. some ingenious article to sell a novelty or curios-j I 7' 7Z ys- p4rI f
.
; I.t ity to sparsely: populated: sections, is a thing of the Ii! L-

: :: ;:' i: ; sa'THFi-R&4RINS ARE'IIERE past. The abundance of newspapers, magazines- : : D: : ." r- ; ;
and of l
I. a variety .periodicals has kept the peopleof
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c.: .l. 'lj . I
J' ,, ; I the whole nation informed. Direct: and truth- HOBUOATAL Cl. Dined.
f.' r '1i' 1' j
ful advertising has come to be recognized as essential -' 1. Party for moo only. 6:. Tree with tough wood. .
.: rn Fort' Myers'has belonged to a fine bunch of j to success. Make-believe promises 6. Concave parts of human hands. 64. A wooden peg. 'j f -.., t

people today the keys! pf. the J! city .h v.ir.g.Jecn! i |through printed publicity no longer fool anyone. '" 9. Cones of plant used chiefly for 66. Second note of scale. A. 's' 1 -t 1 '

turn? over to'tv h p'.Rqtarianls; <
$' hrimasotthl, (morning.: Jt'biff been .in good pie and it has'srovoked: and established beyond 15.:: Nominal. 68. To dry up. t I I r I hI
;_ : h a.> Yellowish 1 viscid oily hydro 70. Behold.' I .

A;'n forcca: In lhe. "world tcday-4i 'powerful yet gentlej0Tcpvitl1.the -'j i .which has enjoyed a healthy growth and t carbon. 71. Thinks highly of.' I J ,.'". n
(..., \ Golden Jlulpas: |bt guide. and| i ja substantial reward in business acquirement.: 17. Printgr's measure. 73. 'To'
"p StervicQ! as |ts-watciwonL) ., ,Always, Rotarians are! Miami News. |18... To ca'rry, f ,_ 75., Continent" which is next. to _
'I I 1. To enlarge a hole. ,, Europe. I -
; an to.theirxity.but .
our visitors who cOme *" -
20. Towards. 76. Consciousness.
: '. : from Tampa.iSaint i -- r
; Petersburg, Lakeland, prlan-: GAINING %1. Hole left by smallpox. 77. -
PROHIBITION
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Boggy grass. Z Ces RTAi r. .
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L3R
doi
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Sebring
; Avon '
'Park arid. .Punta pprda, are 'aparticularlyworthy" 2:. Cyst. TEUTICAL
bunch. ; ANp : BCrzaZe: : K ME HOW y
I :Z': Precious stone.
Prohibitionists welcome the information : 1. Gait; pace.
The iVpsja: j Rjad) :to. seq them here and to vouchsafed by; Wesley Westbrook warden of the j:, :Si-! Small lump of butter. .2. Performers who keep time.
"if:' have t them Irtmj'wna'f} l %tri4 s Fort Myers is takingjtheSeSwa. Cook County jail that prohibition has not causedthe' : :6. Fluid In a tree. ::3. Near. -" I
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?: ( .: Weihall j 2:>. Xuda.
e:glad whet} they are'j! -T-
of crime in the of 1"
increase vicinity
-'i\ for the reported 30. To return ball high It "t'
on
gone enthusiasm curve "
they have n I -
generated 'rF .-
.ak while here-for the pep they will leave, behind I (Chicago, and that there arc far fewer men sent to i (tennis). '.? :" :; PUZZLE ANSWER t
"
the for drunk than the
case
J th m> These jailstoday being was ; 31. Avenue.
get togethtr"
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-4i': l things.' Theylite'm' Inspiration meetings to are good 1 I i before! prohibition became effective. "Pro ib-! i 33.: To shelter. 1 V'laI3Id. 3)13.' :> I fH.1N '/ I
the visitors declared :Mr. Westbrook "is only inci- that 3 <.10. 4 :; 3ul NI..I'JI' ( 3
to theTcitJr [ tion : an 1 :35.:t: Those employ. property.
tand which entertains thejn- We would| dent in the crime situation." lie added that in :i.; Stoat .1.IVIUS iii AlS. S (jMt t ; t:.
to '' j iii'Iil.O.j
!like aceitorg'of tbfs "yisitlng back and If .v II
forth, I ViN V
Chicago though the jail was overcrowded with ] 39.: Animal similar to beaver..
.': int
rphange'of.yisits by vKrioua# prgahkaticns: by it 40. Digit of the foot. .lIO\ tJ 1. II d n d. 0 3 ro N
j 1000 prisoners only about 20 per cent were In. j I
city;anti dounty'officials? : and by :'groups"of cities. '' j 41. Atmosphere. 3 lv3b: ii S S3ih0lv 0
'. .. They broaden theyylsibn and quicken the desire:I! ,because of liquor. lIe said, moreover that 42.: Forbidden. 1!<; 3d aH .Nl I -tt \

... foi.\the j,tb/ssjt at home of all that is seen abroad. j throughout the United States more boptleggersj I 43. Mesh of lace. "- 1 oT S il3 .1. VINiN 0 Jill d t uI I-I 5 5
!: ,.. Ve arc,pleased to. note' ,that of> the'lutlngi f !are in jail now than ever before. The liquor intents j 43.:; Faulty. -'-' I n n. SWYW' 3 1(1jH INI'fIO _,-.J
:.. % nrt, ; !j; be able for short time to persuade i ,
.:, \ ; RotarJans, accompanied-by1'' their! may a 5: \Vjitten characters.f.4. ; lit JI S00'W IIIS
r certain of the people that prohibiition I 8 iiiiI! LNV S
115
wives. a f a proportion Chooses. S'iflb! + ;
t''r > '
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; .
r step ;. .'f1 .i ,. results! in\ evil consequences, but one recol-1 65. Until (poet) d tl. 'ofNiN 3S! v. IIIUl 1T
,&. :. f l hosts statement about a fig tree not bearing j I 56. Hideous monsters. I 'dIiilVrO' Wlil N I I..f N 3

f s- thistles:. Give the truth a little time, and it inevi.1 59. Correlative of neither. fhtnlillll'HI.101Z! V ur 0 : :
GAMBLING IS GA5IBLING V .N I 'td f
I f' '. : tably will "out."-Christian Science I 6<). Human "upper limb. TOlITOtO.
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f .,;: That gambling i iY i
ho evel""corldttct d is' brought out. by the Qcala t
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.> St tiir'in1liefollowingcditorialf J] <,. 41. I t ..iLDOiJ
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SHO S i.r EYEZY3T 'rREGul.AR APRlt. Vuz. c.4i -, !
jisr A'tAor tT POP / ,4 eOM&SHOWe ) > { hM WCRr2tEDM ; l
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ThS .pub,' ii: is probably surprised that peer. Td 100K ATfOlrD B5TfER HORRN A I WOrJDER IF MOM GOT' '' rCPUGHl51M T 's ..:'

]Je (;f file{ as. ouatF i"nam d ;In. .company with "afrle3B SHcc$ HOME-GLGOiCra : 'i'Mls 41. !rrDOnNPOJR I GuMI ABourTxEYtihFE LEFT HER+ l DOw't: THE-L: WORRYY YES- i T ,
j :. Bade as "subj ct'or-mfethation in regard to tL1xV $EDE9IGDT 1 TREE'r A. E; CO introSoMH VJFtA -iM, .:
; race r Pinellaa I 11ug1N 8 f1C'CaTti.OFFiCIr IONT) HAk ea? E; WoQQiEpeL9riJ ; .
,,t.rackbgttint j \ ; peerless; ; has i it race! A'Y".
4
: traJck; name a3i'Jpade9nly dogs run instead of 1 i t11.\8REUA l :- : LJ r

. horses( and,$he b ttlflgia i i managed .by'means, of j t era r 4 :; ;.. ,.

:, thosee'-firinjutuel" machines,. which arp perfectJ: t it
: $ // rl
ly)legal Jis long as officers'of. the la ir can be bribed -f /i-4 4 t I;

I .:.: into overlooking them. There has not been' so i! i iaQ :: n :j; .

:.xr far'as we ham Win; !nnj": mention, act alone'den-[ '!YePC ?

f ;!, miciation,, {ti,;j :'lnbling.{ e\"icC3i1: any Pinellas| : +

: jjaoer j altlio weJ5adlalmost come to consider the i'! j 1 a _

t ,<: SaniF! tfr t burg>Independent,as h4vingr a Purij j s t v ; c

-. :I" :, taiiical' consciewce .. Ve;shave noticed Rome; holier} 1 t t
t Hnm.thU foals; tit\-thB Jndependent 'aboyt\ ijsj; rel

.(, tcwn.but','we>*guessVfhe'


tiv4len''Saint' Petersburg and(; :'Miami\ 'is' that the.f. 1'd
'.' Iltlet town has'"nidret people! antrless' hypocrisy. rx w. t

Injfact, frbiri'. all w '.c8n' fearn; the nonlnterfefealift ti--S i i

,- of Saint Petersburg with dos race, ljIk jti? ytt ,

encouraged Sliami".to'startlwrse-raedigamtlfng.: : -". ... tit a e.t, w teML
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PRICE 5 CENTS
41ST YEAR-NO. 117 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 21, 1925!)
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I 1# (. HISTORY OF FORT. .MYERS I BOYS'


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; NOTICE
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ROTARY CLUB ISRECORDOF .
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; PROGRAM I'
Yi.' : ; ; |vi By WALTER W. HEAD
j : The Fort Myers RotaryI' !Iii' t:' i <&! &' TilE MORNING OFA
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BASIC PRINCIPLES ,j i. ... .
: ':. Club Is now a little more : t: "' Roger Bourland. boy mayor ot
0 :i_ nan three years old. The :i ;;;,f! 'W:" ; ;# ,....:.': \ i Lancaster, Kentucky during the observance .\
.
'< ';. t" organization meeting havIng i! 'i. .' '" '
BAY DAIS
A NEW Week fa that eity.aemmed .
OF ROTARY TOLD of Boys'
:. i.; been held on March 7th 19%%. and >viV I : ,
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I' .' the Club'was presented with its ; ; ? INTER CITY ROTARY DINNER"t: up much of the rignificancaof

charter from Rotary International on O'. Boyd Week .when he said:

... April 1. 1922.During By Ralph Hfeby > i: Franklin Arms Hotel Fort Slyer, Florida By J'. 1)). Tan Ambon "Tou understand! of course. that
the summer of 1921 "JtefarbiB of Charlotte, HIrh. ,' Editor .f the ">ileut Partner"The the highest I Ideal and greatest standard -

; Ora E. Chapln. a then long-time rent- The necessity for regular attend- Tuesday April 21, 1925 GCO P. 1L -, most practical hour in ail thejday of any boy ia te become a man,
dent of the City'ot Chicago personallytook ance Is' baaed on all accomplishment
-' .' or all the night is twilightWhen sad to act as a man. It Is this Idea.
with the officers of roatlaaHy.. E. Gay Secretary
up Rotary George. E. Ilosmer President John.
-
.v the Western skies blush with that appeals to
International at they Home Office in Successful advertisers do not use in year great project.

..'" ?': Chicago. Ill. the thought of,introducing space ia a publication spasmodically: --,.., ,.,,/.'...< Rotarian Ora E, Chapin Toastmaster ;V- Ute first light pale ot Mars departing: saggest day-when their silver the 1 j a boy.-

Rotary Club Into Fort Myers, as they use It' continuously not missing Clint llolick. Chairman Committee of' Arrangernents'! ** light-wben till barefoot boy wends+ end it Is ibis M....-atao. that sboald

Boon as development condition there, a.sintU issue. Merchants would not ,.' ', "!" V,....A.-, ,,- hill way bask from the cow sad does appeal to a. man. Boys Week
might warrant such acltvity. The result consider closing their stores at ran- ; puture\\
ffti of this early conference ripened dom ';Participating Rotary Clubs: there is something a has woe WOrid-wMe recognition 1M'i i
to suit their c.1"-
.
personal conven .- .. "
,, .. ; -" something like sentiment that the manly instinct !
late tt afVals to
a letter of authority running to ience. : cause
& &Y' '- ;-tr--' :: \:: creeps into your heart.
'
& : Saint Petersburg Tampa ':
S : :, ; .)Ir. Chapin from Rotary. International I All success i is founded on regularity of both boyx" and mea. It has attractedmen t
fe-t ; dated In February, 19%%. auIhortxlng -dependability-con tlnu It,. Lakeland, Orlando, '- .. :,j : Twilight is a time when daylight! and boys to each other' on a

ii tesr-fs" **'*yc r Committee him as Chairman of the The Rotary meeting is the filling "- .' Sebring, Avon Park, .- '-., -, %!s;.;:''-eN dies the-a-sun time are when gathered the into spent the shaftsof golden plane of paritIt has emphasized themutuality t
on Organisation, to create :
[ & yV station where the Rotary spirit and *
: Bartow, Punta Gorda. ',* quiver-a time when the artists of their interests Its activities
'*-1 j,, such a dub for the City of Fort enthusiasm are replenished It we '

|,-..lj+>;' 3ly era, preliminary meetings to.this do not replenish .ourselves at every ._ _...' Fort :Myers J>' _.' i .. '-_< <./<*, of heaven paint on a constantly mav- have been rounded apon the partnership i
t; Inlt'CaD'I'as the colors of Goers own
I 'J/\"> end were held from time to time opportunity, we run out ct gas-we ';- Ideal.Boya' .
V&pa;' -, during'the mouth'ot February of that forget-we let things ..Upwe'.lose Processional ,. I .7:: -i ;. i"'jj. genius. I the responseof
+, 'year,-under the direction of Mr, John our grasp on" the Ideals of Rotary. Rotary Song-Td Rather Belong to Rotary" '. --- % s' And I am sitting in the twilight Week constitute need for a

'l--- c, -1 As..Turner of Tampa. Florida then We need a fresh viewpoint every Flag AddressBy the Rotary Wheel (Bill Creevey;' in Charge).i; ', attting on the step .{ the oM district men definite to the interest recognized ia boys. The
District Governor, and later Vice Star Spangled Banner-By the Audience '- % : ;. acfctoolhonse in a little town whereE'Ispent 'more
'Sj fSi / luncheon day to carry us through the 't.. : rapid evolution of our social life has 1
t '.- '; '. President of Rotary international. week. Some of us have rather small Prayer (From Ben Hur) By.George E. llosmer. '; v my last days as a boy.I change, but none t III:
brought many l
fc'v The tentative memberships In the v : ".' have Just spent an hour In this
and weekly replenishment \ 1J
capacities a Dinner Served > ; < 'f" ,' than the expansion of the
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.
:,; z Club, created as result of these E.'Ioamer'Itotary Httta old boos of "iearnia." and the greater i
a preliminary 4'
President
1 Is absolutely necessary.If Introduction of Toastmaster-By George i w ;mental horiaen of Youth.
14 'e '. meetings, held their first a member misses one meeting Song-'Ve're here for fun" .,_ ,.d"r- t' hour has made me glad and it has The horizon of the boy of twelve eS J
.;-:. luncheon at the Bradford Hotel on out of four. loses more than a made me sad-two forms of sentiment .
i. Coloquy-Toastmaster and Sergeant at Arms ,* '-Ji; years of age has broadened Immeaaurably. .
Tuesday March 7th. 19%%. and %
1; coal fourth of the benefit. He loses the Is bits interest limited:
Stunt Singing-By the R. N. Crew 4:;t No longer
tinned thereafter through the month There was no old brass-burner stove f 1
I cvntlouity and it takes him two or and
schoolroom
the
'c t ,. or March, to hold luncheon meetings three meeting to get back to where he Personnel: Orris Davison, Walter Bowles, -. : -- -..'-. that warmed by half frozen feet over to the the home 1 lot and around the comer. His .t
j at'12:30.o'clock* : every ,Tuesday. Bill Sparklin Bill Creevey, forty years ago. The old widecracked vacant ;
: was. He has to catch up, which Is ? :, father and mother' lead an existence I'i
\ a'e ;;" *9 ., };'The charter was awarded to the difficult when so much distance la G. H. S. Rollasson't. ; : floor,had been covered with narrow complicated, compared withthat .
: I : Rotary Club of Fort Myers by Rotary The Hunger Strike-Bill Harley as Walking Delegate <. ..'. hardwood but the same old sides vastly generation and his own! !i

i?zl?>,>r ," International on April 1. 19%%. lost.Attendance is the first obligation Rotary Song-Rotary Will Shine Tonight (No. 49)) "," / v :;;, seats were there, and this made toe I Ute has of a kept pace with ago theirs. The '\

/*y' which however was not officially delivered placed on a Rotarian. It he attends Address of Welcome-By Carl C. McClure : glad.Over 1 moving picture carries him afar: he

I .." until the meeting of May 9, only 80 per cent of the meetings, he Introduction of Guests on one side of the schoolhouse travels through great cities and ia 1

e ,d 1922. Frank B. Stoneman, Editor of is only 80 per cent a Rotarian. In fact Stunt Singing-By the R. N. Crew (again) .. : ot some mighty pretty girls and on I foreign lands; the radio and the airplane
tile;Miami Herald and past-President 1 could see, in memory the faces
he Is less than that because he cannot "Love's Old Sweet Song"-By the Audience ,, my stir his imagination.
of. the Rotary Club : the other slle of the room the dirty
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1'epresenta-1 80 cent of the benefit and and restless He ta
get per Club Tiia mind is alert
Rotary Our Star of Hope-By John Turner Tampa Rotary.
tive': of the District Governor, deliver the attendance ,, faces of some of my boy pals. sat-
Impulse by 80-per-cent not
an His are
not satisfied. parents
ed the charge to the newly organized -for he has lost the continuity Former District Governor, former Vice President;, .'. And I could seem to hear them all,'' .were a generationago
4 Club. The charter presentation wasmade' behind to and Member of the Board of Directors of Rotary;}:* < singing, and when it was quiet I'' as parents
he Is forever or. trying '. ; new fields, then far removed.
: t by' Sanford Jewett. past-Presi catch upI .Hi International ... .' could seem to hear them whispering' n'bw are near at band Inviting atten

'I 1' Y dent of the Lakeland Rotary Club as believe'that no person should be t Rotary Song-Give Him a Hand Boys" "\ u. 'rI whispering through forty years or.' tion. The germ of unrest and dissatisfaction -

1 official representative named by Rotary elected to a ;Rotary Club'\who la not ;,,' ; \ T Solo=By George Dewey Punta Gorda Rotary Club .: or more. All my childhood playmates 1 mirs! la the boy's blood. Just
International for the purpose. In'a poaltioa, J.atead. regularly.! lie I I '"- t 4' Itota iCo-0Peration-B Fairfax Haskins Sebring Rotary Club all my pals-all gone but four, ss In that: of his parents. ,
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The founder of the Club Ora E. Sitting here on the steps of the old
should not only be in a position to do Some germs spread disease.: Somearrest -
t 1 Chapln, acted as President of the to, but he should feel obligated to do Song Fest-By Every One ': schoolhouse I seem to.bear the evening disease.! Some la Cuff'culture.r .
the month of March; 11%%. "Rotary Ann Song" '
different
CJub during 'V- bells tolling-three 'prodeetive't
He when he becomes la
Is obligated gaunter
healthful
.' pending Us official reception Into Ro, 10. a. member. This matter .was Mummy, Song:.,- .__ -, .. f :, > .. .. -JR.-., -., -, churches caDlng Jn., Christian comPe- 1 illness, decay; and dealh. The germ
x. > _yap latrBatfonaI,' and was' likewise "Silver Threads" 1 ,< | T"My .: tition.
t discussed at a district conference and .. j rot unrest and dissatisfaction'( may
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"' r. ..""- chosen as first President of the Club. it was the. consensus,,of4 opinion en. -, "t. ,'.:' ':. Wild Irish Rose ; ;-*- Like all little towns, we had more men-and boys-Ho new achievement

In view of the fact that the fiscal and dorsed by the Governor, that no mat. C "Carry Me Back" j ft *] churches than, we. had .cash to support > or It may lead them disaster., .

official yearof; Rotary Clubs expired ter bow prominent or desirable a candidate "Sweet Adeline" I :\ $ i h 5.. \ '. them-and w& had more pupils-1 Progress results when men's mind and

.'- on April JOth of each year Mr. Chapia may be,. he should not be accepted Good Bye My Lover; *' .- .' :. alert and Inquiring which are bur
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y was reflected for the fall year period, if he is not able to pledge re?- Lit Liza Jane" / ::1 !i.1'Clam.Song" ., accommodate other names for 1I.urest'and dissatie.faction. -.

*c- ;I beginning May, 1.. 1922 and ending ular attendance at his own; club. ,, ,' f f\ \ this to the thought that I get I But progress) results only;;

; April >0, 1923. .' :Rotary ,Is,a,;"'school."/ We"may'net : 1 -t' -, ,_' :-, -f- "! ?'VV heel Song" "- t.{ *._ .- .F, a s at, twilight Ia. a title town ot long .' when this dissatisfaction Is controlled

'- ,Three great calfs for service came always'reallieT;,It'but at'every meetIng nV J .:-4Good a JsighttLadies :(Adjourn) j" ';t .. jj?* i *' *.T ">' <.. ago; churches almost empty and the i' end directed, with good purpose til
to'the Rotary Club during the summer 'L. : school crowded.
nncon-
by :contact with our fellow 'mem- f '! -- QIt . 'j"" worthy ends. Dissatisfaction
of 1922; the first being its attendance :(Continued! on Pace 31.j : .--1i ; )t ; : ..'\ ; > And when I sit in. ft, Rotary Club i. trolled and? undirected,"produces d....
hv' a delegate to the annual and I see the mea of all creeds, eon- cord between men and decay wlthfaj

R Convention of Rotary International at I" :' : .. ing together and R/; tUns!; .together! Lathe : a man.
LotlAngeles. California early In' June THE ROTARY SPIRIT : Service of humanity. 1 am: convinced i This general. well i -aigb universal;

., of that year Mr. Chapln. accompanied .;. '. that this is not the twilightbut i change In the attitude of men toward.

i by his i wife. made this pilgrimage of .By EdgarA, Guest the dawn of a new day. I one another and toward the home
x something like 6,000 mules In the Interest '. '. brought about the. need for a more
2# of the doctrine of service, as Red 'roses'' for the living, 'and handclasps ;. -, definite Interest jut tacit m boys The
he philosophy and ethics warm and true,. ': <1> ; BUSINESS CODES: the
: : typified by ( j ) ., } more active the mind of a boy
of Rotary; the second great effort o( A heart ,that's turned to giving and ARE BIG FEATURES greater becomes the need that its ec-

1 the then young and struggling organ- strength to dare and do; tivity be subject to proper guidance.The .
izatlon, was a 'flick to School" campaign The sound of honest laughter the 'I -)-(-. Hates boy mast he guided by prtncU
> which was put on during the Joy of honest toil;. By Raymond pie and he mass pursue a definite
: -- : : month of August giving' especial at For those ihat follow after, to leavea 'ROTARY HELPING TO LEAD THE WAVrf Chalrnaa of the ..at.raatloul. Cent.- and well-chartered coarse in seek
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tenttoato; Fort Myers boys who hgd finer lolL mutes oa Ba.la* & Method ing to lead the boy we must beguld-

-4. graduated from the Eighth Grade that All this has been and ever will be I |ted also by principle and mast pursue

r ..y year. It Is worthy of note that the result' the Rotary plan.Aadman's I Why Is Rotary International atticlug -, a definite and well-chartered course.
) of this first "Back to School sincere endeavor' to serve : '"Bj Crawford C. McCillonghthairataa teen hundred groups of men, leaders stantly at 'work-v-elvlng' unsparingly to promote the writing' 'of code .The ideal of Boys Week is the princi
campaign, which has been kept .up .his fellowmea. ef Committee ea Extn o., la industry commerce and the p>.. ot their time enthusiasm and experience of correct practlca. or the revising of pIe. Boys' Week suggest the coarse. .
.e1'efT.' ,.ar. alDce'by the.local Rotary Rotary International. Cessions, pedged to useful and unselfish -I freely and without chance .of old Codes? Ice business today any different Bat Boys' Week is not all The t
'a" CJub, resulted in the securing of ..100T Alittle, 'less self-seeking a little more service to the- practice of the monetary reward-to plant Rotary in from business ot the past? Are principle of Boys' Week mast lie carried -

... >er"cent attendance of alt Eighth \l tormenfc 4 | A ROTARY has taken a fewsimple square deal and to- the. promotion of virgin Boil at home'and abroad. .the elemental principles. "& through the' remaining fifty-one, '
< .Grade graduate boys.Into' the Freshman Less- Hitter> >*lri Jour| speaking iUmirf truths, clothed them' la friendliness% friendliness by themselves being't So the growth of Rotary has been and "Do unto, others as yon Honest"l weeks of the year if the method Is '
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Class 'at High School The third kindly with the pen;" "' leek.'the eyes to gee. and the heart friendly. 1 J from within and "by the force of Its I, have others do unto- you, to stand the test! prescribed for sac-

outstanding feature was the privilege A little less of swerving from path. to- do. Sixteen hundred groups of men ot ,own dynamic power it Is daily,, |for present-day needs |'l cess. The man whether he be. a boy's

accorded to.the local Rotary Club to of truth and rights Truth is universal transcendingthe affairs In sixteen hundred towns and lating hope Into realty- tran"l I The answer Ia almost self-evident' father or aot does- not discharge his
:aid;Ia. Uae.entertainment of Troop C, A little more of serving and less of paltry barriers of political hound cities, in twenty-six 'countriescomrades deeds t The relation of seller and buyer. responsibility by assisting la the// organization $
Boy Scouts of Key West in their, annual dollar might. and set them to work. all, In common endeavor, i A ROTARY CLUB is only a composite I which ia the past romprehneded practically of a Loyalty'Parade on the
.; ,_ encampment during the month Moretpeacefut i with'' bur 'neighbors f' So Rotary-a practical J and 'applied 'Sixteen hundred Institutions training -of the men who 'comprise it all of the business methods first day of May. He does not discharge t

iAagnst.( that year 'It| Shnlts (now and stauncherto our friends expression of truth-Is universal ia' men in the practice of good citizenship !:--and Rotary International U but the ex-isting it by accompanying his boy to

: ') Heverle) Park In this City. .' Fort this all Rotary labors oa, this'its applications and la the newer and'truer,;i sum. of the ma power o.t.Ita. sixteen church OR Sunday. He does not discharge -
x -Oa' September' 20 and 21, 192,3. thqClnll Ing itself to all who have the will. .to All men need what Rotary has to conception of man' relation to .his [I hundred ''service stations: As a 'between employer &A- employee. ; and it by participating la the t
made its first appearance at the hope.depends.' .' "* f offer and alf men-..ant'and reach forIt fellow matt I world\ force then it U now no greater 'relation between the ba Ja i:program of the day -devoted to entertainment -
Annual.. District Conference of Presidents once they understand It In terms at i Today so many clabs--tomorro., -nor can ever be however great maybe those from whom,purchases are made: Or tbatdtvoted.to Indus

,:. : and Secretaries of the Rotary To.smooth.the WaY _for '''Others, to] their'' own environment. I how >many. Rapid as has been the th Inennnt ofjnyhrgesaj ,SETH the relation ''between certain businesses try. He discharges his! responsibility
)i Clubs of the 39th District held at make 'of; 'life; the moat '! Herein Is RoUryV great 'strengthand !accretion of the new clubs; In immediate -' be the Increment ''of :clubs-than Its and interlocking professions with the,'only when he practices: -fifty-two i

';' "; ...;TheaasrUle..; with Porter Pier- To make the phrase "our brothers" : her unique opportunity .for world, | future holds still greater weakest member.. ta1J for Instance_the .dragsivt weeks la the IU---that", which ho
11 poat. then District Governor of the mean more than idle boast;; : service': I promise for the momentum of this So'the obligation each Individual doctor, the relation between' preaches derittatheseten, :: day of ||
.Wh District, presiding.IB To praise sincere 'endeavor' "when. The organization of new Rotary, remarkable work of' extension is. Rotarian ta personal and direct The I crafUmen; the relation of J.eUUW-I'Boy** Week. '

-' ;; November 14th, 1322,. theClubs praise will spur it on clubs never ceases. From communityto II ever increasing.One 1' good name and fame/of Rotary around : ness to the public and11e'generally Boys' Week is.the source of Inspiration -

t' ,i ,wW:represeatedby'a: goodly,deiegat&sV I Witholdin. = kindly words never/until community from nation to nation of Rotary's greatest attributes the world U In the gale keeping of the Government and the symbol of achievement.:
L at a great Intl1'Clty'meetlnl the.friend Is" gone;} '; the,movement has swpt on. with over''la the spirit of giving which It inspires every man'' .who' 'calls himself Rotarian .- tweea the business. and, the'' purcha'!l It I Iat once tie; beginning and t"

3t. ,, t .fclift* J v-Tampa ,Florida,, under the This- is the Rotary spirit, 'this V the increasing momentum until it has un-' --the friendly 'spirit. If you .:; .' ing publtc.-.lt these are, .su.meIy1 r end but the pathway 'of solid achievement -
,a 'M of the Orlando, Lakeland Rotary dream girdled the world. With the organs like which fires men to1' share with Sixteen ''hundred. clubs today-toi common. to bustneatttoday, lies. In the labor that,Is expended -
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", .Bt. Petersburg and -Port. ,- God grant that .we may near !It'before. sation of,the first club in! ..ItalyfJusta neighbor those institutions which i morrow'tWo thousand-and 'sooner Each added relation business mslOplies.m i3!>-', as a result ot its Inspiration, ia
.' .' .tary'Clubs, that'acted as hosts we crops.the stream. few, weeks ago-the number of I they themselves. 'have. tested and than;! we, reajn-; ,"dab la eteryei9Dmnnity difference of correct: tl Dk--\order; to make of. U sot an emptygesture :
,? C4 bs o>{; the rest of the'State.r +eta+ewlgsertr countries included in. the' faulty of i found true. of evwr" civilized country. od>, and it often qu.lre.J1..rd but a, real accomplishment.
meeting'was'attended Is the -malefactor enVlroMwnt' and diversity ot lag to decide whether: a business- aclion : successful mils
faster-City ,(Note-The:above. poem was written Rotary .International,,now stands at'twental This spirit of giving where is W'I'MJIThe.. subject 'Boys! Week will be
erardg'of COO'Rotarians, repre- ,'soon after the %.. la the- very practical 'Work of vocations make'estabUshu ent teas-! riKhtir: roO the extent that H spur.. as to great-
,. several years ago i
+ and tale tnMcms,
h -. practically every Club }a the writer.had become a. member of, the Rotary International. today comprises extension and Rotary so 'capitalizes ;hie, gronrt& natural, and permanent, Is;:asQ lJOtap" by 'let effort, The rewards/will: l>. told:: tatha

'- "' af Florida.,At this conference,, Rotary Club of,Detroit.!'Mic)4} : sixteen 'hundred .clubs. Six- ,1 it that everywhere! Rotarlaas are con (Coatfnnedon, pate,4) ,Cf; ;f911t"d i} oa paje-iV { Boys' Week programs of the., tu-t,

a",Educational,Loaa Corpo-:, : ':,turel ;They .wUl M told with greatercertainty
,which had been launched .at [ in tU acniavtments or me.men

k'a, '' vltle. Ga.,conference,'fathered rot -- s hh. .who now, :.are boys-In. the prID1.lp -
# ,A..>Turner of Tampa; was i < t k* of "economic, and social jeauc.Which .
.e ::"lorsed and very' ,liberal they e i>ousin the policies of

?: .", .-is':;were made ,la..:sspporl.x political freedom which they ,encourage -.
'", 742e toads raised by this ,corpo- : .' -
KM need for the'4dncatIonOft : rrr Boyd Week-a weekot Joy and hope,

boys 111.,the high schools and --a week k'.1reetty.,. solemn
f o ," I of Florida....Also",at tho1l&ht.--Jlo. longer is 'an, expert'
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y I meeting the Rotary" menu h" hJW Justified the faith o .
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t went oa record me ea- t s -z9 hose who conceived' IL

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::'; xIs- '- aTK&ttheiMn ? iT. ...'i J: ;v-: *' 5 .;' .!.12O: P..M.. Tuendt F1 April 21st, 19' : Myet? RoarytClub| js' as'' (01-* ? ; ,.
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:" 4nendliness! ; knew his:'gold is. dust. -- .} j', : Fast; Depehdail e S rvice- between .
:<,, '...p He loses what he/sought to*gain, I Wm. H. Creevey ; 1 J
:TI] 4 ',finds i of Processional: Rotary Marching. Song Ora E. Chapln
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f jt .* .. Kjag' Address . . . .. . ul. ..Al Williams Orris M. Davison! F i RS-ada MPif. .j
: ':.- Who' profita most >- i. ; America, By the Audience Paul Franklin ; ;f

K'-ll' { 1t' Itiarpthe '. ,,.* -, -, ,. .. ?. ,. .,. Prayer: By Captain (Will) Johnson, Punta. Gorda' r. .Wnu John Gay liar leyJIarold
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l' 'r'! r, Who hermit like..himsetrwlthJrews Club Business-Report of Committee on Loan Association! .. Jr 1
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live removed from human flaws, Introductions. ,,< jw R. A. Hendrson jr.;. b Co i a '

-:,.:lr. ... '. He turnsTayTay, no vision sees !r Saint Richard. U Heverle ., ,_\ .-. ,._ r. .". :
j: C-, .Of life>,, : Petersburg. Tampa, ':. ; Johnson' .. ..., rates .
t great r" Harry + Ports at low :
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Wj otust, >:\ JI nd..helps..the other 'man Rotary Song, Hail hail We're Glad you are here No.'5. C. Williams ,i" 8-:2 S"-

A A Hd gives t where c.er, he can Guest ponse-ny AI Terrell for the Saint. Petersburg Rotary. .Oeorge. Woolsey i .
: ;t C .WJi o.puth I s.task; i&o"" mereeelf. .... Club : ; I Walter, Bowles t

Xn.d Values! ; frjendn,'ancj cnuntathern wealth. Rotary Song-It'a Great To Beloiig<1A Rotary No: 26 I James Franklin t: .I i
Who(profits most t Is that your 'quest? IwOiiponse from Bartow Club, George Whittle. Il
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1 _I ,:. _1t..h Is. .the'.one*tfhoT serve s best. Response from Avon Park Club, Prof, Ellenberger. jl : a.a IW.I'r F,' :
Conrad had the choice of at least FORT
G-Y Y Short talk from Tom Britton, president' the Shanghai China 1 '
j Club. three languages for his novels-Pol-i i MYERSSTEAMSHIPi. p
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: BUSiNESrANOTIIERNAME ; '., ; ; Order of the Day-By Clint Bolick I English! and though he wrote letters .' .. -,. A'UV. .. 1"
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FOR SOCIAL SERVICEtjnuiBesituLi.Bof.ai Closing Song <.w <} : .
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mworl pie from wrongdoing! it can only 'Impose I 1 The largest<< hen's efg ever laid ; .
I4.. great'mectualMi exchang a fair exchange of values. inland seas as Moses bade his people : .i :; ,
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S fng::-valu<:j.rh; ;J argP multitude jm- the lair. The Jaw prohibits,! adulteration second, that a business! concern do. The salt crystallize: about the :}inches I in circumference. A white legtorn :.j ... "
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i aged In.JbusJness find llaa, occupation pt food, but only a moral semis of/ boughs and the bitterness of the waters owned by 1 E. B. MacArthar.Hayward. : '7.r. 'r. .. ,, )
+ as a means if livelihood l profit can goods: or metboda'Third p ."
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right prevent a merchant, from I grows les8.I : :; Colorado. did it.
yl' and this dennltton at found Inn the dictionary I deceiving a.purcbaser, a* to the !- that business managers shall 1 ;. .- : ; : > _.. ,

:.w la' broad enough, to Inetudtbe'profeuIona Ityot the> food.even though.: ,Jt.ro47.besold..TbUtsense quae \ encourage: co-operation among:: all I .....-.. >. --.- t,.. _, ..... s_ ;t, ...,.. ...... ... ... -. "'__"":. -
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r 4e'1ncUjabl' :.Int14eI\ .!;r..r.wr' vlce. 1 and[ r b1: .and, .fixes business its rules estimates'itself of- business! upon as a' whole."particular branchof i : : : : : ; <:
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*;.. ca 7 conduct, recognizes that the customer has. to ,.t..4;L.a, .fa a ;,, .:' n..i :f i' :; ; 'i
4 ; ttplticlal.rat, I yn,. JM .dutyto -humanity : ees, ( nt. character; comes In a : 1 .
a pven: If.w. '!,} nfln ;,tu.lnega,"'to times' of stress. During the recent right to an honest representation of I

,tbattrOA'.AeDaet? coipmerce: .andtradewq'tiadthatuft business, depression, according to 1 Wires and good values In exchange.. :.. .' .
: $ eIl1ent4U{ ; ,'a mercantile agencies-which classify In return for which the merchant hasa , }
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'trans.cttot414 ,pJnJt<<. s val tefyi; 'buinaa eAU!, bejcondncte; J percentage of failures about 'one out that the employer has a right to :'

; a 0A.4! pf rju""? nt, ..enterprise) ,;without of 'every twenty-five;, bait bil''o' -due'to: faithful service but also that the employee ..i,i"hJ .t" I.
l; reco: nltlns tlta/+uncUoR! ,as a.medium! tral d.- 'which would Indicate that has a right: to fair pay. It recognizes

} fq. .exctanglug..t4 aea.,aodl. ,. s.111 the trickery Is not a universal practice! in that the amount Involved a* ..
# rettdgjngtof.thla.Aerrice. plat| ,t>II.I- bastneaa.An a."reward: for good service and fair ..
tiyiathilaxtieetlapedvfat JUelf l ,.codes value Is secondary to the moral principles
1 + expert' analyst( of ;economic con- 1d
of ethics, which of Involved in the transaction. It
&re thef expression ditions in a recent bulletin from a '
anTenlarjed/rlslon' ; recognizes that It is unethical to lien .
'\.hamaji.duty prominent bank of New fork City .,
t EyeqVn. jiamea there,Ji a recognized :1 writes'as follows; "Thebusiness men ] an advertisement and In fact has ,' ..:. b' >.. .' -' : .. ,
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al! hgualw4Ftnn o ing great progress by eliminating '
? lhtak! otapzame' : In business'morals' hive acceptedthe ',
,r : b + 14iga.boatlcpae ,. nor 1hsn I fake schemes from the advertisingtolumnaof' \ ; -
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: meanhot. ecyeaitkW.andmany: timesaiplarlp ,1.,seen leJ.* an.insirotbi4.tor'tbq't ,publicationH! ree- ,. _
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af oltgonor ihAi .*PPUesto I tluv and.they' have;.dedicated YthemsetveSi !,- t 1 PAftj.f J.pf,.,,-.*p et,'tA f Btrlctly: to 'the 'fulfillment 'of +Uheiri'JdeaJ\, a: growth than is material : > / : ;
bia J' Health It hag -undertaken to serve >
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>f }Jo,111n's.Pt H'8p' dtr,5 complete!* ss any VntkW of bid pl* thta obae" 'the public. In rightIt.n. Above belt
1!A-r9( a. code: Clf ODor, ed'himeelf'to: a crusade* ..'
1 a4 e rNyiRf OJ ae4Ip tbe.eondnct! As evidence'that 'this Is not merely dard* of dealing. ;', ,
I ot.ag nroR ; artaexwPltfkd. .. 'hat out a'theory :or beautiful vision 'of Codes of business ethics are the ...... ._ ) If:} ". '. : '
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,><, ;;Ahlth.pwdeJg149od.! ...c< .M''! l ideals are an evidence of an,. waken- ) .
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efh 9t ,-.JI,( 1I4uct..baard. OD themselves 'codes l of business ethic -- J ':J''':
social consciousness."Miners
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'asa pl tutor rf ppoiislblllty:,which} recognized':< as binding upon the dif "
rcaga a obliIifouaot,; a higherturff (ferent 'establishment* forming these ; ; '

Fri j 'tswr' ,tktq} .the. JUandafd!: ..of .th e groups. Further-more one of the subjects working In the gold Tahoe National Forest I ;.,,', .. 'c: fi... :
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: hit.rdegeaeratpw'. :fn lviduaii'; paw! national meeting'of the National below the lava cap of the Sierra I +t r- .- At Icy. 7e .n s'e's. +'e Tt'J -S. T .

t a J la..4 wtaN a ilmitlp be., loP1 Chamber of Commerce of the United peaks came across an old deposit in c -
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"fe&O! c4gq 9f91' artier r States was the. report of a ,committee which were the tangled logs of a ; FORT MYERS l PRESS ; aj
.e ntwltoptpeualtdampoee4} \: 1 bt4eoprtaa y on."Business Ethics.: ?' or1 principles of group. of sequoias in a perfect state ..I

,. gttbuplaeaa I 408C4rd ;uat ,re business conduct and It was adopted of. preservation .
? j, law: aa a full definition of_1U and widely.published and distributed 1 *-..
'ontyaneltas.a p. b4uf pr"les'"t 'the outcome man's wife la a nag because she Is I h j f :5j: l t4 1 + kf l J\.it) .
\ a( il J+< of three stages of development :
l aayt cannot\ ,every form married to a jackass.Dinner i t .
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'- wttUJ1underlnc.; crabhes a ridltnr t i the bordevbt Jlar ;"i tponastic'! ''zepubtic.: i Rotarian! thfn6-: .fer, ,,__ our club. *It we do not'attend,...whereare which Lhe has,more--, han he_ .needs.
Into flames :;. -' ': ,.. .. j It RotagronlJeedsourfacesandtieklee we to" get this impetus) ? derives ao :benefit; ,because )he denlshimself .
''m'11t1liRl1J JLAtiA'. i":C' ""' i fjfefa>C'yff 1 rf if'.nt'ral Cratit'A. fs'thPrInlaw;' -prey oar ears and gives us the privilege The member 'alto make some sierifi I nothing.'A: member,a* 5?"
Left Ericson'a "VInland" was VJr-I leptedJCrsnt: .afid: ;it' his'wife.: with. ';a to i j:calr tome ;hBk( -brow' "Bill: ," of time; money,""desire" or conJTenteneeJo tary club who 'will not Ucriflce wmjtj -
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Einla( according to a new method "of Xegrd boy slate! for 'a.wedding= present we. are lOW .Rotarians; indeed. ifJtotity ; attend a'meeting receives( j thing, to fulfill his Rotary obligation

. By E. L Rsdea ? ':te Interpreting astronomical: observationa .. :...""*"... doW not' give( ns_an Impetus ''more benefit than one' who tan lust |kVu> aUenitance; kr a,member of a Ro-
}!ember. Rotary Club ef S raato., IX made by Erleson. "+: .... .. ,:-, >. ethweek+ to go: .out and.do what Rotary 'as well go as not. 'H'.' may getno ,[tarIa.; -aad, bnly ttit: lie Is DOt
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Rotary Clubs have been teaches us to""do. we are not (more out of the meeting, but 'he a Rotar)an"and"neaeve'r will be.
-flu no leas than 2C countries established of A luxuriant: floating hotel Is' to Be) BASIC PRI1'CiFLES.OF Rotarians at all and the fault Is not.(profits_ by the sacrifice. The rich j I I Therefore- *.. ye there for Immta.*
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made of the Itsukushlna, the Japanese ROTARY TOLD
world, comprising .
: J. membership! of ._ _._, ,
,MobaRotarUns.: battleship which gained glory at the ----- -- --. -
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leg of Port. 'Arthur: fTtetspeed (Continued trcm-paga 11 t ; ; '"
Waning you ever of stopped this!phenomenal to ,conslder.thd I +"growth true, .* ... i i :; hers, ',"ai.i' oar ;kueats.: twe""absorb IIIIIUIIIIIIIIhlllullllllllllllllllllltllillllllllltllllll l l i I lllllllllllllltllll lllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllll.. II illUlUlluilUpN. I 1 !

f|. Without\ propaganda of "any sort, flmlfXof( the snail is halta knowledge.I how _would a "highscb.oo'1 '. ..
''Uiid without the mile a week. jrfudeni''! progress: .If,'he. missed .
inoney. Rotary has expenditure of a week how and teen t.! ii.4ii.=JoiiNsiiN CONSTlitibibN' tH '. *, !
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:waves: In all Directions. over" the No fl'males'ltlther, animal or btt' When you miss"a'Rotary meeting.you .: ;:: ; 3 .
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parts pi the civlled I'z- i General Contractors 'f ri 'I '
which 1 =
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+ Did you .ever bear of1& ;i, t ]df4 bead of iha Creek church has retired .. fs not. s-o'ractthev* aNt the..least :: ...':.. tb. .' A. t ;;..., 'f/l. ..: t '. ')o:,_ ,.
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ImJlar achievement by any other or'w"r. 4'S kY :" Eggs<< and'milk for the monks id ot'nhkt'Yon'mise.: TooTnlsa the 'RoTyT :: t, i+', :' ; -., :-- t.>\ .i'!. i. tpnlzaUoD! Look i up the records of )... .-., -.r. ..... .

it,,. ::. any wellknown.oclety./ fraternity 4I .;" :: ; .-:...., !! -1.. .':-,.- : :
[ pr club and find anything like thev. rs i r t. I. e .r z' ... .' ,". i :. 7 : ? I. .
: ..,? ifyecord of Rotary to' the comparatively ,( !
"t. phort period of. its existence. Not ,
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,t<_' } often wonder Paul P. ]Harris himself For :Land Clearing,- Ditching I Sub. E Harry: Johnson. R. : ,, '; .9: ry1.ate

Delved in Chicago nineteen years ago, '
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reason aa that What

, la It? Much has been written on this t K. U.' aeuloa Drag Scraps : hovels J L .Hoes: retc% ,
:or \; .very point and more has been spoken atbsr; r 1otpot! tor "tUabblt"opened, r.5''OI j. ., \,t .a ; :- -- -- -- =: '' '' ;
but to strike! at the root.of the cause. Macaa.llo. star ... -.- .
;the Idea of Rotary appeals to the tVimggwo cab.. No shortstop woe for of tie t.e Ji I FROM ilil M -, ,, \.. ____.-==- __ __._

.. hearts of men. $beapeocteliuga trem .
r., -, The world Is made up of men of ail M t k p4 ilacx'attq' ''.' ,,

- + caliber: but no matter what nationallty. ., &!sisals:' 'darbfis Ho esbtbttos Zr s... at.vq pmy vtthi vecRw1a FRANKLIN fixicvAR1idO ....:. ...:: ." y .. .....

no matter what creed no matter asV. tatrer craca..t "
what business engaged In.-no mat- ( .
" j ar' what environments.,surround\ a I '!w1 l'- .' t.
pun he has a bert..sat when a Jewelry 'rob&rs In'"1924' increased

.t clean: ,unselfish and Jit'earcutv{; Idea, iff.:per ernt.onit_ '!!* ;:_i : .
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? responds. That's +why, Rotary la "a Two fighting-planes ;collided, a '. ;" .. ._ 1 ;,
.,r living force today mile In the air at Kelly Field, San -
... Rotary with Ha'Heala7ail..lt's\ ; fine i Antonio,. Thepilots \ j" :: ,. :
(( 1'eu.f'recuUy., ,
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., conception of bYt! ,Jaooct '. Dd./per* le'aped.vt! (el1 ;..tttJy. for hundreds" of: > Cor. 1st and fiend:GI" Phon'e 32 ::7 ;

hrtee.: touches th. \vjjeart.. ot..maliland.t.J1I. feete opened their parachutes and > ;! w J&nimiimiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiimiiiiiimiiiummiiumiiiimmmu : .
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is the reason why Rotary grows, : floated down side by sldeTo safety : : : : : ':. -- :JI '
- and will continue to grow so long aa I Y .. f rat j 'qty ,
these"Ideals are kept foremost In the

development of the organization I ; L_":*: !:Ja :.i 't
"It Again have you ever paused to !! "11I11"1"1"' ';' ai,"1I'um' : IUl11lIIUIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIII' ,,! ,.

think of the possibilities of Rotary : : : c ik
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iat target To some of my fellow-Rn. l'h.' .' 'I a.

.ll, tu la.myfdsgsmyaeeem,a-little i '. .o...... .,s I tia. ,,_ '__ .. .
tar-fetched but they'are not by'any .
:!means.-beyond ,.the;'reach.ofcivlliza- 1- -- I
achieve- k xt.
.i tion. Vision must ,precede ;
t p ;and, :.atiSoraeitUne' inthe pot 5 '. ". ,', :! I.
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F{jndlktant future'I'expectte'see Ro- = .:[#};, x JKeffigeratlon Islfdday.:;"a : necessityNOT ::

.:. play an important role .In the g a luxury. The best refrigeration -' E \S',: t i t tP .'

.' s '. ijiternatlonla affairs of men misunderstandings, la the settlement and of I i for the home .is electricalthat: ;:t '

?- t( t ( the Ironing out'of' old animosities 15 s it IS automatic, it IS dry it inefficient ,... ,i "
its between men of different makeup and \I
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and economical t. is it dependent J
,';\ different racial aspirations. I. 1. nor "r0
tv'l fjjWhat i troubles tEurope today Is not =: 1 t ;' bVl, the Tee man.: JUJO: ::
so:much the after math of the great E : = :{

" .1- tyar aa the lack of good will to mend ,We shall be glad to demonstrate I ,, .
...<' .(De torn and brokgt'arterjea of commercial .
;t = '" ff ttt, Ii _= :, .
. lntereoois: ,"tm.m:: >way that Good
-:;-:- .ill be Just a 4lr't$'*U.parties.: If I ,w..tmDatley. } : C9mp ny I Nothing is Too x
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<:0 i .' $e men on whpsjshooj|| rs rests theIf't t

( < 'rf: spoMlbillty lDi..,Europe's!: ., 'f for "Finished : > : :
tt''t affairs, were lBcjHf4edwIth'Jhe spirit A ;: 1:. ., { ;;) QH1'E .a.,' Family". t .; .
ii itt baw to wait
Rotary -.qqJ4'.ot : I
:" lang for a satlsfacior/:Jla4'fair solution. l 'f 1 J. .it ) 5 .j, try. ,. "i di:v. "!I aleieate .S;. '. '.f ,

.t. ..:Y .. '"S'2i4<**' t 's :. i The Ideals of Rotary have gained I f'J", "ili .
-s;.;;.t r ;',;foothold In various 'parts of the 1- ., 2 f' : :and furnishings. ., .?,,- ? 'I:

"r' iforld. they will gradually radiate In \ 'i 't ..... "It offers you complete emancipation from wash:daY'd( >
.', many directions from each center and 'r' Visiting Rotarians \ complete satisfaction with your beautifully washed:and i ironed:belongings' -: ?

;: WIDe Into their 'fold thousands ofIen = ,, : when they are returned to you ready for use, .,. :.... ..
self IIa t eWe
i new to and whom startling"seryice.above revelation. In t- We Welcome I Y', ; g I know just how this or thatprized;: article should be handledto:; restofa '- '
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{ of friendship aer- ita.beauty and retain its.vahie.-- ; "".
als way the gospel I ; % :
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' ..f'.. "Glee.by and Rotary true community will assert spirit Itaelf car2ed notIjfly5 -= 1 .' !J; W. M. ,BARLEY, a\n'. ..-J.n. :art IE -_ .. 4" Woolens, table linen delicate curtains, dainty: -doilies) ;'prettl+ rwash": } it;

} i in the actions and business ',1 0 It. :: dresse'sintimate underthings-we know how to launder:them All to'your n .
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.dpallnga of the men themBelwsv.: but 1 J : f : ,' .Li 'i.. "! 1.; J} .\1))' / it. .. =E personal satisfaction. .:' Tt.t.r 'V..! f. \ '

la. the affairs of the Itate"ot' tottntry'which .- : of this wonderful i \.:
: aunuiuuuuuupmuluullnunlumuuuulnanlnuriuuuuturilaliumunalurl ;; stet|: .us give you an example service, T. V9 J ,
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: these .men belong. .
?,. ''' Without any.fear of contradiction : -"}''''''' ... I "** "'T tie paces t are'moderate.. Just. say "Finished Pamfly" to bur representative c ,,: :.
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(,dominant, there will be nq cause',for 111111111111111I11111111111111I1111I11111I11111111 If"a less eipensive Family'Service.is desired we n'give.Jwt: .=What1sc:

'P'' serious misunderstanding wllf Jf.J/! .. IA. a \1J# ;;.t 11 Qf ... .- !IK-, .. ......... wanted." r ;These, other, rvices ate reprgsented in he following types: < r.11; ::, .

s.., y other state or nation: of'staBarBdeaeieB. I ). ".. ,;'" Rough- Dry pound ..-. .. .. . .. 'l ., #
I.; Theae; in brief' are Jbe- b. .p '. 11 'JfV per .ttL_ .- -VtZ r ,- ,,>! : 4.i: 't ... '" IYZ:+Oc'. -:

i-:i all Da why I .believe Rotary "wtll unlmlruunnnnuuunnunuuuulllullnlrimuiinuuuuuumnuununuulnn!I i I Float Ironed .'. *. . .. . '
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lay an Important part 'atatecraft : : > :!
r '. din public affairs la years to come '\ : I ..' .: .. .. ..=...,.:,' .. :.. ..... .. '....:" ;;JflafcWbrkr'FullyFinished; ( ). per pound';-..,.-. .M-.T--vwTv.i-ir<..-... > :."::7e r ,
t conntryi.where Its growth 'b"', :' \ ; ,:. sj
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c-; 'S', 5' t : id every development 1" progressive and : + t :i't _;\ Damp Wash. (Flat Work Fully Finished). per pouhd"J: ;., ..7evlOc ,

; 1.;:.>. raUb I have,. yet to flad. a town, or cjtf- v_ra.- I.1 \ AND R? Y'ANNS.3SITINGaiOTARIANS '; .1 ... ..' '. .u;: :.t 7), ,IH.
t 0.houSewite'wiIl'nn'more..think.'of
'tn Pi: e United! States having a. Rotaryub 1 .: \ !1 tfbert HubWd ba1.-.ptl1.; i "The time wnis6on\'c6me.wheri'the,; \\ : I :/r
... ub where It has not: had a pro- .t.ft !having her washing"done'at> home t1 n.1;: .
: e.itA .'. mad and far-reaching'effect on the g W owe: I come you to Fort Myers and exieild, you an In\ ..cg r 'shvin\ think J6f making'her own shoes She will send it all to:the commercial x (; t
immunity'spirit of that city or town ;
+,:.; t it!: ike. for.. "example.. Rotary1 work r'h""I. tation'to visit our office while Jn the city 5 laundries. V Vt., -, t't.e- 41.0<.;-'- ; :.5'J:'">.

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,' lit": rowing geaeraUolrthe principles of = We hope,your :visit to Fort Myers will be one pleasure "Service That .= Kit.; "'
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if I an living honesty, and fair play. *' ,t w--, .,......, *
this work willbear fruit In .aU } ." \ : ..'
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em Into true RotUIans of them- :-t : 1 : J : *_, .J '
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;1 i Rotary over,ta.,Seven. Seas. And t'J IOJ t : t. I : I .'
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:. TfESDAY AFTEK OO*. APRIL 41. Itf: _
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THE FORT MYERS PRESS TORT ][TEES. FLORIDA
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BOffSS.. CODES I given' code-writing" a.I.tllto, the ROTARY IS HELPING I Mo. Late In April. 1923. the Club selected -_ ___.,., ,_.. .' .,rc.'f- :; -f
: members or officers of nearly seventy AL C. Williams as Presidentfor
}, .t : associations. Eleven different associations the ensuing official year, who has

_'- < y' ARE BIG FEATURES bav adopted codes ot standards TO LEAD THE WAY served It In that capacity until April ;

>. --- ot correct >practice> a* a result of Ro- 30, 1924. when George E. Hosmer of 'rR -: \I ,
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: <" ;or' ': ; ..':L .. tartan effort daring th* past year. The Fort Myers Press, took up the

:: -.f. a, (continued from page ,!) Three more associations have splendid (Continued from Tag 1)) reigns as Chief Executive of the

;;:,,:-" many if which bay. teen practiced codes developed and ready for Influence IneTttabl Club. '

I ';iit;; for so.long a time that, few ever In- adoption. Rotary and kindred service organ Ilatlona I- This club was represented at the ROTARIANS

._ 'L \'t..;;' < .quire:as ,to .their:ethical correctness Th Business Methods Committeefor may well become! the greatest last meeting of Rotary Internationalby WELCOME
; .' -.."; : A written cOde ot standards of correct the association of Great Britain single human factor to destroy susplclon Richard 11.. Ileverle and Ora E.

..t C :,. 'practice helps men to thinkclearly and Ireland reports that as a result ,cupidity. Intolerance and hate, Chapin: Both of these gentlemen
and correctly, and to act bony -: ot Rotarian effort. a proposed cod made ,
the
<\\ii;; and substitute their stead the beneficent reports of meeting that
; :z ;;,orably. A craft cod serves. a gsut for whole.al. grocers has been devel forces of faith,'honesty, respect were ,most interesting.
"t'.t. M1' ,for .the public to determine the craft oped. This is particularly encouraging and good will among men. The Rotary Club was represented

.,v'!:' .: attitude toward correct bnstnes l'le'fj when w* consider that active It Is a loog:journey. a, alow one : last fall at the District Conference of The Grocerteria extends a hearty welcome to all
:' ; ,tie*. 'It likewise helps to raise th* coda-writing has. not been part'of
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,.," -"' 4 and n hard one-but 'always worthwhile Presidents and Secretaries of the 39th
the 'craft In the butlneM the Business Methods Program ofGreat .
standing
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; -and best of all.:'H.i I. made on District The club was represented by Rotarians to our City for the Inter-City Meet "
: the Britain and Ireland. ,
5i. 'world and don ,mach to gain ,' .
world'will President E. .
the right road. This be a George Hosmer. The conference ,-. _
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wonderful
; .''confidence! good will and farorabl W. have made most proLresa -
} '. happy and a peaceful-one when, men was held at Savannah Georgia '
:: ,consideration ot th* public la realUIng on Rotar, hope, I' ;
i '._' study and apply the way of happiness and was attended and represented .
.t '. The first object o| Rotary Is* Tnccrarsce not only to see practical application and peace to the hard fact of life by almost every club In the die ;:;

/ !s i ';. and foster bigh ethical of standards Its code of of business ethics,. but morality to sea these and and llrlng. trict. .

rf.f:- c standards In business and professions servlc carried Into all lines of business Rotary I Is helping to lead the way. At the recent District Conferencein > .., "::'r.... : .
r"f'i.: ,* and in oar Rotary Code of .. '
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and professions represented inRotary. Rota"lanpr.1 on! West Palm Beach Fort Myers was .,: I.: .; v.-.
U' .' ; Ethics i I' atlll clearly ta* duty of a represented President E. "V! : "" ,_,'
by George' "
.. ; '.,''f"J Rotariaa te tins words: To .s* hU But ot even more Import.nceIs : v
: "' 1 the fact that w* are demonstrating HISTORY OF FORT Hosmer, Secretary John Gay. Pant : "", *' ii.-'' :
Y : endeavors elevate the staadaids < -Vl
t beat to r
MYERS ROTARY CLCB President Al C. Williams S. ,
', to ourselves and to 'aon-RotarlaD' and Rotarians 'j % :
,:.. of,tb* rotation In which b* IsTb : >*#* 'I. --4--;
Bill ,
Sp rklln. Frank Ballentlne. ;
,.;. what aa extremely practical organi : : f' ',
..t.. ".;'..:x., engaged International Business Method utica Rotary I. Many Rotarians. forth (Continued from Page 1) Carl C. McClure. Mr. and Mrs. Harold ; '
tamed Its District Governor Porter Burt and all report a wonderful .. .. ,
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first seen i.
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:ComnUtt. therefore,. proposes a : .: .
;. O. pierpont of Savannah Ga., who inpassing meeting.The ),
cR 'tary-wld intea&iv drive (tor stan4ardla4 stood through this work the real '<: "He Profits Most\ Who Serves BestUf. '!
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it, be said officers of the ;
purpose of Rotary and the definite mar Incidentally present club are: .. _:, .
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businessmethods ;
correct I responsibility of all Rotarians Last was an old-time neighbor and friend. President ........ George E. Hosmer ri" '
'\ in which Rotariana eau and should.participate year we made much progress. This In the late Eighties, ot the Club's Vice-President ..... .. Clinton Bolick ;. :-' -: ,-
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,,' 'This. drtv alma first year we will make more. first President when they both livedIn Secretary .......f ..... John Gay ,. .-; .,
; ltb..witting or improving of codes of Galesburg. Illinois.On Treasurer -........ Paul G. Franklin

". ,_ standards ot correct practice by all Can a woman keep a secret Well March 23 and ft. 1923. a large Song leader ........ Orris M. Davlson > "
<, :;- :> Businesses and profession corresT.pondlng -: one-half Sergeant .... .We invite you to inspect the;store of .
with various clusiflcar maybe not all by herself but a lot delegation comprising over at Arms Bill Harley f.;: ;
.th. ,, ot women together surely can. Wehaven't of the Club. together with their wires, Editor Broadcaster Reporter for the : :.; 1
the work to be Inspired -
lions In'Rotary
'' ; attended the Annual District Conference Rotarian Publicity' "Director ......, r "SERVICE ABOVE SELF! .
.-, : found Rotarian yet who has = .
s .v l' ".t;%; ::} : !"" or by Improving Rotariana to,b the* done actual by writIng comxaltteea" -- even an Inkling as-to the stunt the of the 39th District at St. Petersburg .-..........,........ Walter BowlesAt ... ., 1iW"" ..f.< .f'.,' .,

; .y ,3.={- .. appointed by,the officers ofthai Rotary Anus are going to put on at Rotary Club. On the occasionof the next week's meeting. April :- : ,' ,.t....." ,.
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; .. the St. Petersburg conference, 28th new directors will be elected and
... .. ,. various local.'state, provincial or"associations the banquet .tonightRaymond '"
t ';1 .- from those numbered Fort Myers Rotary Club' put on 'a hey( ; in turn will elect' the officers for. < '
l'o. atandard'luncheon at which they presented the ensuing year.Pedestrians '
., i. I". .'' f among their own membership. ,
t' M. Havens ssjrsr.HW* an ordinal( skit entitled The
A.-r t ..:! business and prof easlonal assocUtlons -
: 'r< Many cannot repeat too often that Rotary Sage of the Last Frontier," which was have the right-of-way ;
". bar ooda ot atandarda otpractice.
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.... ,. ( International la working for WORLD one of the sensations of the St. Petersburg over motorists outside the central
\'i :: [[ but>> a.careful analysis of a The : GrocerteriaTODAY'S
'i .:;.... vlarg/: camber, ot theM codes ,has UNITY through friendship and understanding Convention. traffic zone In Los Angeles. One afoot
;;; : :; ''conttr amon'c' the business men of Walter S., Bolles, then' Editor of theClub's desiring to cross a street at any In-
: : : First many,,j defects ref -
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official Bulletin Broad-
the'world. A fundamental of under. The tersectlon not under police control
action >second omlaaion'; ot vital!
L'.f. 1
.. ? : ( standing between men la a similarity caster, represented Fort Myers at the signals his desire by holding up his
;sad essential elements; and third.'In- "
,. ", in'ethical stbandards. Annual Convention: Rotary Inter hand to approaching motorists.
<, anal .methods :of
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r, :, ::- up of standards'otr.practice' ,1sf I UHmiiiimiuimiimimmiimmmmiumiimiimiiiiimiumuiiiiiiimr / 1111 II 111111111111111111111111111111I1111111111.I

r ;1'\. "...n.s? i f the special' province of national pro- = .. .i5 ; s
--vlnclal or state orgnalsatlasa'ot'the -- -- *
1 r :various businesses professions'ex- SI

}'.rlenos baa shown that these bodies

r ,z 'are slow to act OB such natters This

f ;i fact in 'a large measure explains,Ro- WELCOME I II r

:;" ta..,'.'motive la ,..'_inaugurating,_ and I I --- ----- __ "" -' -.c::.;
'.. 1 ,fpstering the campaign'for codes. It .. --s-_ -=- = :_.== '. :.-=-:= -:==- .-=- _-= =-__-=

t+. .., : i ;4 ; v seeks to stimulate,i Rotarians( to acc '. ;:::0-'
tlTlty la their craft associations (both

'.: professional 'and 'commercial),'.,:.It I I
.;; + seeks to'arouse tntereat.ta a' matter \ISITINGROTARIANS?

: r3 ,'. which: though rep..W'u a vital necessity ;
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a'+ .. ;i by ,many,has had few sutnfriently i' ';,< .. "
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-t1; t+k.$.t', -? !. I I.,code,-VAs:; or Rotary the improving la a,cross-section of an old! one the Attending the Inter-City.. Meeting.\ We are glad to ,see d. > :;' ./ f;, :

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: < ,;Where craft associations 'are thus'in; n .
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SPECIALJ
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.ReaUsID that, code-writing .wssi : ,
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a_ new. .a model outline' codq. .hat heeDJlnpa..4 l Ii f.A' .,
h, the Business Methods = i
4. ; by; r. .,<. '. -..
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;;L :. :Committee;;of Rotary

: J;:According to this outline,: the, adequat .: I

..,' ;S t(; ,,: code la made"up of:u (1) a .Preamble 5 = .. t-x xr
; "' stating the exact title of the ,. ;. .. bk .
.J: 4 St -r.',:,- ,?. craft for ,whose guidance the cod Is w;... I v.'..*..,.. '*'.'#'.'. '. ...L..... .,. ,. ,..,. .
+ :'written, wit"-the qualifications for I ; .: ... ';. \ i.._ 1 .

3.,.S,- ;. ; i membership, the rule of conduct gov.ernlng Dunham Bolick & Williams I j. '.. ,'_ :

C x'K: -:,;: all of the bnslnesa relations 1 ,-- :.:. : J '
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[ eluding section. requiring observance 4 f :g '
':r +ff' I"; c'. fIi'of" the code Jby those. .who desire to ; ; <_ "
s ',i L r continue membership the'assoclaflon t.ti. Visiting Rbtariarisil'1 11

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; r ''not complex. It we but remember that i '" !'t." .."' ...."'....r "i. ..... .' .. .. == '

'. t. --j. ... < in business w* really have. just four i. ..1.- :; t -c., >> ,, : .: !

F, : -t| points .of contact which need to be : I ; ..
"' kept. U.good;'working 'order' and';,for ... .
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As charity Is said to begin! at home; Jfvv: E; : *jf Si '- ..

h' S -51r ; first of aU;.every buslnesf haa.antyinsld ? : ,
? or domestic jtroblem::-th* con- s .

t r .- tact of the managunsn with its.m. . -- S : .
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i>+sy 'those engaged Ia.th.;;aam. line of JTo; ,Fort f !Y1yers\; \: .

business;.the.contact with those from .
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fwhom purchases, are 'mad; ind.th. :THE FRANKLIN ARMS : ,..,{ .
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.contact.with thos to'whom sales .
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t Codes of correct practices.are merely t if' .)}:: i

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ralei ot procedure by which these
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ti" S ,yitalpolnts; of contact ahall be kept :; -1:1: ; : j Extends 'a' most cordial '\ ..,

clean and ,properly, adjusted' so ,that .. .
:. -.t s, '" the current:: of,asrvlc.may: ebband <' :"; .: : 1

:rM t flow freely I la the performance. Its ; N f' '

i ;; y,, dally. tasks. : .r'WELCOME ; "-***-% -' >

-Tb. campaign for codes of; Standards P 1 1F

.' of Correct,Practice is j placed : McClure I & Wood
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a individual RotariaL The club la urged S ;

Y 'e, itq follow:np all Silot..a' made >,. the i 1; t :the VistuRotan << -r)ans and Rotary Anns. here -&* .. .

'.' ; ,i aarabershlp.; :and make final report of ,.: !-- for + : < ,*r1 -
{ f; :':--: ;;Une results obtained in"*a. making of ':..::, > .. .i r REALTORS '. : i
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5f : ': : -. 4 aetf(C od"*:or thai, remodeling_' ot,_old ;:.. '; "4 'a. ', :)t.--{ 1. .
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II 'I I IT New Lights> for-Shoppers -""': \ ) = : you sible,by for telephone the theater or postal man card to whenever notify-I FOREIGNERS IN SWEDEN ONLY I

d \ movie of the that
a sort you par- POPULATION
I ONE PER CENT OF
f,1 I Steart1r&lily t & ticularly like i is scheduled. to bexbown. i

1 = Jo.ji] Wacamaker store in Xcw I --
Tor 1: 7'iI! open to tie public early in Illjr Tkr Aawefated :..) I! The Swedish race in Finland dating .
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May a new &*xteui story addition A TIIEATF.RIAX: in Hamilton STOCKHOLM.I April 2j. Sweden's' back several centuries, number
"*'hvb: will: complete in form the or- Ohio, a good; friend of mine, ai'aYK', population as shown by a report of about 350,000 while the total Swedish -
igin1; I skyscraper and make 'it cover CHARLES P. STEWART 'of the'press -=Wh h-Isn'taJtotj. prints in advance of the coming of a'movie 'the royal bureau of statistics fa slightly I stock in the United States Includ-
&a mire block. On all its floors.tbsemVRni Is\iE.Stnke Writer It likely to be willing to co-operate off
j*** his honest personal ;
opinion their children
: nan balding will have .LWASIUGTONThls In 'war.tlme It could be done, of more than 6000000. and the entire i ing immigrants and
; 18.000 feet of floor: ; anaddn..nal Is'BUP. course Even In peacetime It can it. Very often he tells his patrons that t I Swedish nationality wherever !I was 1,457.382 in 1920
."'.4 t AU this additional floor space space part when place be done in some old world countries -, he dOt>lIn'l think a (coming film is very domicile is estimated at close to I The foreign born inhabitants of
Congress lent in
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<4of j \\Iuili has already; been r-J'cd! ton s 4, The truth la that more connublatlng where militarism has a tighter -:, good but explains why they may like I 9.n /0,000.) It is shown that TSOOOO Sweden number 57332. or less than
"'through: a new builds inside! w'iat: q"AtsIL : goes on at the national I grip than here But in the it- lie has made a great success because native born Swedes, live outside the I one per cent of the total population.
used to be 'a rotunda, presents a IighNuig My's capital when the tmlk of the lawmakers i United States, except when war Hon be has won the confidence of I country, of which 625000 are in the |Another fact brought out by the report -
i i problem of unusual: m'erest. It tz if the newspapers can get de. those who attend his theater regular-
I has been solved ore scattered over the face tails and pictures unless new laws United State; :30000/ in Canada; I IIOWMI is that 99 per cent of the total
I .f than three hundred by the provisionofI non-glaring, i..f are the on the country Job. talkingUiemaelvea than when they are passed no means exists of pre 1)', in Norway and :1C,000 in lJt'n-1| population belongs! officially to the
I hanging electric luminaries which are I venting their publication. And a' mark. I Established State Church.
black In the face: and occasionally I
i calculated to give future customers battleship, far Instance: can't very NOW DONT BE like the movie
,f 'j the fullest possible illumination for passing a bill appropriating money well be bombed In an enclosed : basses and say MYf'9. that a great I i nmimillllllimillllimillllimmilllllimilllllllllllllllllllll I i t 1111I11 tI tI 11I11I 1111I1111I II II I(U.!
fresh
treating a political snap or
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the from which reporters awl idea" and then forget to do anything
inspection of merchandise. The : space -
I piohibltlng something It alwayswas I -
lights: range from 300 to soo watts.I' all right to do before. photographers: can be excluded. about it, That's why you get so many = --
t The globes are dust proof and unique- i i in admit that of = ::
What Congress does, when In bad movies. They most
s ty suited to( the purposes of the great itiione ; session Is to carry out the plans [UHS question came up In connection i, them are terrible, but as long as they 1I,
I department store. They were selected framed by a few leaders during ..1. with the sinking of
up
should I
.......... ... make money they figure -they
the Washington. It II Broad and Wall I
to be secret. Commander was HalBey going I worry And they forget "good ideas I

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: Powell of "navy press reini i If the studio bosses really could get =

c. I1onaannounced.. through your theaters actual opinions 1 == ::
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r' a -Suppose.suggested one of the of what you fans think of movies that

; newspaper men, "a press photog, you have spent money to SM, then I = )Here( stand the proud buildings of great

: c v 1. s h lapher goes up In a private theY big. hits.would know how to make "more I financial institutions in New York's Golden -

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let-nut periods, when they have : Remember, financial success does Acre.
plenty I of time to sit down quietly '. -" 'j not tell the true story, because you always -
and think and chat-to speechify pay before you s "e, It marks the I = Each square foot of land sustains a fabulous

put-about through the things theyd like to very few outstanding successes but it I valuation and must jield a commensurate 5

8't ar S3.: receoa-tlme though this Ia.th..re'B ? does not give any guidance; regarding I return. _
rtf' of the moviesmade
a continual dropping In ninety-five per cent
and whispering and scattering and because the financial successof There are no great financial institutions g ,
setting together again of this lit rand that portion of the movies is regu-
tie group or thJt. These meetingsare takes his own picture. Would lated by the advertising values rather II located on some streets scarce a stone'sthrow B

Important, too. They don't at you shoot him down?" than by the entertainment values, distant from this favored spot- -
I : tract much attention Just but "
now.
"Oh Commander
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blessed with material advantages
their result will when Congressreconvenes streets equally -
: Powell exc1a.lmed.Ve_ couldiit THIS IS YOUR JOR Don't figure
in December or some |= but obscure. E
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what sooner. If an extra session is do that." that Jim Jones will do it for you. The -
{ 4 0 I walled V Then now'd you stop him*" theater man will never be impressed 1-
r: ZT..uaz=:-" ----- .. .a. .> a _:.2w.,.;' vTHE. $y "1 never, thought of that" unless he gets; a flood of these newspapers 1l l Ah! There's the rub-obscure! ,
Grover Whalen New York's Commissioner of Plant aaJ War and Navy' '
formerly Depart the commander confessed. "1'la proving yon are interested And yet these great financial institutions! E
Structures, takes an interest in store lighting. are planning more secrecy blessed if I know." nee to it that every one of your friends I
,0' for future arms, ordnance :: paying tremendous sums for the privilege ::
after tests of fourteen different types of his chief sources of pride when aviation and other military '. .. .shoots a copy of this issue into his
of lighting. the new structure is opened this spring. tests. The proposed ban would who thinks Just ticked girl when he buys his next of their place in the sun, maintain that they 5.
: Grover Whalen, famous for his tenure The !building operations thus far deny publicity except as officially ANYBODY: bes economical, that movie tickets, Your theater owner g "do not ad\ertise." -
m I as Commissioner of Plant and have attracted widespread notice because authorized to any such demon will be delighted to have you do this
IStructures of New York City is in of the difficulties in putting a ct: rat Ions as the sinking of the g&. President Coolidge Is shabby voting It Is great stuff for him as What is "advertising".f
:charge of the expansion operations new building inside the rotunda sixty battleship Washington the more too. makes a big mistake.' lies well as for you, He wants to give; you = : =
t and _the new lighting feature will be feet square; recent antiaircraft gunnery trialsat one of the best dressed men: In what you want He can't make the --- ---
Fortress Monroe or the e.1l"li..rbombing 1 = =
I Washington Beginning at the studio bosses understand what you -
J 1I' I Ir r war of the vessels condemned; concerning German spike-tail top and working down he has a want unless you take a simple practical I'oMMied lijr the fort lifers Press In re-o eratIoB with -
evening suit a tuxedo method like this to set forth
which so much said in
was connection a Pnnce Albert and a cutaway The American Association at Advertising A........
likes dislikes.Do
with the Mitchell and
i I'i e controversy. with two pairs of pearl'gray punts, your
r iII I'' 4 FASHIONS Publication of details or photographs a riding suit a kntcker outfit and your duty or never crab again I I
IIP II I ; 'w. other than those given. seven sack suits. Also many about wasting your evenings lookingat
Iv I Ii' out by the departments themselves hats Including a shiny plug. Akm bad movies.Rumrunners.
& FOIBLES will be prohibited. IT offlcUls kinds
J, numerous of shoes and a
:Jem. have their way. pair of cputs. And the president on the Kentish coast Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltll I .. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll3 I
never appears otherwise than Immaculately
:\ t 2e 1 t by Shirley Sharon TpH& trouble with this program Crushed and cr.1.ilia have an organized illicit traffic in
rA J.is.. boy Is it to te made effective suits cost on an spirits, conducted by men who make
3 i} "'wttbeut the co-oDeration SIn &1>1_ average large profits evading the high Rri- PRESS WANT ADVERTISEMENTS\ PAY
::7M fish duties. *t ; 'mJIiIII
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i 'tftk preference. This vote when screened,J chance: to enumerate the ten best
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S : Kocies registering the opinion of you movies you have, seen in the past -
will be very interesting to year/ also your personal preferencefor
is very helpful to the theater patronS'1 I melodramas outdoor stones, com
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-' buying movies to show to edies. nnd@rworld dramas, society
HOLLYWOOD (;Jif.. April :21.a .-- plays. set: : plays etc. On this card you t

Here folks. Is a real practical way to 'csrttraxl ANOTHER SPECIAL card which fans should sign your name and ad
< get better movies in your ,theater. It Y should be prepared would give you a dress. With that help it would be P08--
will also add a little zest to the community
life because it will cause Jjlllllllllllllllllllllllililliiiiiiiiiiiiiilllllllllliili t / t i llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI t TRAFFIC MAKES VALUES

;plenty ot argument. It means that you
must do a little work, but it gives you
a chance to register your opinion regarding I ARCADE THEATRE 1 I

an opportunity movies stars afterwards and stories,of checking : with- : Presents Do You Know The Ballard Road is To Be The Connecting ?

s on how your opinion ranks

:.. with, up that of the community. I "THE THUNDERING II ERD" Link Between The Palm Beach Blvd and The Ta .


s miami Trail For Through Traffic? ,1.l q
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., .MEN 'WHO RUM anything from Today Only jt -,_
grocery stores to Jewelry shops try
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to learn what their customers like so ,.

they' may buy their stock Intelligently.; T ." DO YOU, REALIZEi: \;:
f 'Really'th movies from the theater -.
owner to studio executive are at sea : What t .... .' %t--
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like.and want. They will go ta lot 5983 I
'of trouble to find out. They want to { \ a I'
know. If they knew they would naturally I
I try to give it to you. Rirght i Zi

now, today they are just guessing. BELLE VUE
I No foolin that's facts. ]rAe softer styles that Paris offers [ -

I Spring and early Summer mal ,,

WELL YOU SAY. It should be easy use of the cascade jabots and fuller "

to know what the public wants by I sleeves admirably suited to light [
simply checking up to see what movies tUks and cottons. '

<..mak the :most money. That won't Lots will be worth when this road is hard surfaced
twor: You see you-all pay for a movie (JABOT is a word that one hears often in .
In cash before you really know what ,connection with Spring styles. Sometimes
;it is. The main title the star's name it is only a tiny frill below the V of .
.or the advertising attracts you. MUC a neck opening. Sometimes it Is the more -
*lions go to certain theaters regularly or less inaccurate name for a cascade ADOLPH 25505 r5iSI LIAirr asn :p BUY TODAY 3 {1. .V.} :: -- "

>as a habit. Financial success. Besides drapery at the front of a dress. Or again, 4 *Cli! .. .. ,
It is 'a whole. year and sometimes two as in the frock illustrated it is a shoulder- ZANEGIEY'Sazramount.y'icturer( ;LELJ' ;
\J'f'an. between the time they start to tl>-hem frill at the side. Like the new full : .. ,
-: sleeve it requires the lighter touch of .
make a movie and the time they: actually -
!! .. :: know the true extent of ( the Georgette or chiffon on printed satin, tt '-
*,4: box office success. crosswise printed silks, etc. On crepe da
Chine,silk crepe and Georgette both jabot
r ''f:' attd ve can be made of the dress f&bnc ..f Nl.Y '
I 1; : I WANT YOU fans to Tote on everymovie $25 DOWN \ ; .

I \,,0 you see. The theater;man will will delighted to furnish the cardsIf = .
t r be glad-to get your opinions.;. He: one side can be devoted to their ad II
I should at the end .of each week showon vertisement. C INUNDIR/NO ;'

.., 'his screen the verdict of his fans These cards should be-handed out (
on the entertainment the previous to fans : -
you as you leave the theater
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t week. ,That result could and : No Interest On Deferred Payments V X1L,
not as you go in. There should be a gED// _, ; \
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should forwarded to the producers.
be
J_ C space for: you to rate by percentagethe
I 11f" It vi ciM be a wonder I.Jonuence.for
value of the movie yon have just ::1 .
.t of> better 'n .,1 .
good: g
:: seen: You should make an effort to .

t I&. :': mo t :itO a ..-r. Ion, fans want rate It carefully. i._ Take a Large Profit on a Small Investment; ;
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I! N .\ knows better than yours I ,2'4 ;

i j': trulySha\ 'to ,make inch an idea .suc. YOU should also state what attracted .tI
coed \ V lust 'be without cost to any: you to the theater that night habit, ... ,
'J\\1 one aithrbe very simple to operate, the tart the main title the story or :: !i.h :: ,
goiag to Outline the plan here and the,advertising.
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.,.yo 'I -want you to,take this newspaper These votes should be marked at PACK UOLTJLOIS WILSON, :

k& with xou* 1rhl'n you go to the movies your, convenience and placed in i box NOAH BEERyjR4yMOND H4TTOM Cross Co.:
Realty
:: next time, and shove it In to the ticket outside the theater so that by the end !

t:; girl when. you buy your tickets. Ask of .each week the theatre man can As biff as the COVERED WAGON more
.: 'all ydur neighbors and friends to take show on the screen the result of the thrilling than NORTH OF 36. ,

a copy 'of this, issue of the paper with rote on last week's movies. Seeing I
r j them lo band to the ticket' girl?the this result will keep you Interested in I A story of the passing of the buffalo-a =_
i next time they go to their movie the voting: The theater man need not 'o story of the great outdoors where men are men. g! j C.c ->;,='

1' t ater.' You will never convince your i 'worry whether the result is most I r 221 First Strreet :
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:. :i theater:+,owner that you really want complimentary or unfavorable.. The It's always cool and dry at the ARCADE. J i %---l i .

,' better- movies unless you are wining movies.you vote on are "dead" to him. Wednesday one day only, MADGE BELLAMYIN : : "

to make, an intelligent effort ten help He should want the truth and if he HIS FORGOTTEN WIFE. No advance: ad- :: ; '
by e. him to get,'them from, the studios\(1' screens the result of the vote he willprove rJ/ .
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." : tf. ,I.J. fe\-: i that he really wants your' coOp mission.ARCADE : ':_ OR YOUR OWN BROKER : ;

THE theater man should nave print' A1ion."t. getibettel"moTie*/ THEATRE' .
'" .td'a:supply! of cards, poetcsrd.ilze: ; ,.;-t > > '

1 r "which could".onorfe ..Ide carry;; &lJEiif ft AFTER THE '.OTING'tas,been ell- J. HARRIS ;, Manager .' \, x I .-

f;., etxo kpmatag:-.attraction .tiblished the,theater. man should give .I '-t.----, I .. .' ... .
t {J 1t _be'aoes.nbt. ou a canTItetinc'100 players; asking; I .

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Ml 1 nValter-R.-Kaune RUSSELL PARK'S FIRST UNIT County Juvenile Court, the only woman ,fllllil I III II III n 1IIIIIIlIlIllIlIlIl1I1I1lIlImllllllllllU\1I1II1I1I11Il1IIl\ I1IlIlIlIJlIIIIIUlIIIIJ, \l 0 rr; = rllargains
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Jiwfge in Florida, will 'addrestf the

JtE.UTOItFire IS TAKEN OFF THE 1IAIUiLT convention on "Delinquent and Dependent in Suburban Homes. g ;.,
Insurance Bonds I I Children." Other women of

!J!(( ,1 j '\rtltiry' Public', 1 Sales '.the state holding ,office will be on 5 Roomed Furnished House.! Garage, chicken house outhouse E

Check up your Insurance. Park a of suburb the flrdt the unit Lee In ItusHell" I arrhmont. a suburban tract near'I t'therprogram. = fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large grounds-onlyo's ::

Drop us a line( and let us boulevard cloned on ... County that City owned by hint. After the One half day'will be given over to miles from Fort Myers on Lee County Boulevard. Low _
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Rlve name real construc- according to tract is: closed out he will confine his organization,; and finance conferences / f '
you
Charles I price terms
W. Russell' owner and developer 1 l Easy:; l
-. ''tlv Insurance serrtce.KkUiill.hed of the nubdlvUIou. efforts to Russell Park. The office inthe ; another to Acts of the Leg- I' .
Leon UullJiug will/ l be I' islature and Florida's Future development -
open during :
12: Yean
.t Mr. 'Russell! aid this the I Inc. ,
morning that Kummer. There will also be a Seminole Realty Co.
:&-I LaMirf rd IIIdK he- Is 12301st
: very well pleased with the'reunits time set aside for the "Young Vot Baby's Cold II "*
RT )(TIm FLORIDA for the season. While no definIte er." ,g Street. :: l lI -
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figure was given out for the number !I 73e careful what \
WOME VOTERS LEAGUE Mrs. W. D. Ballard of Altamonte you
; .. half of months lou sold In the two and, one Springs chairman of the county do to break it up/- I iuuuummunninlnllnnllltllll1ir111111nnnnnnunullnnrnuunnnnnu/ / / m Iitlllt 1
; t- the first unit has been on '
the market. It was Intimated than I I league is working untiringly to make Your Physician: : line often" toU you I ':, \
,E.3L.Coleman\ most of the pieces In the first CONVENES MAY FIFTH the local league's party a success. that ft well regulated movement of theIwnreSs
t unit
y Auditing.- Bookkeeping and Ac- have!' been void. I Mrs. n. Maltbie is general chair I. the first step in breaking. Five acres in good grove two miles out on trail. Ask \ -
man or airangements and f is appointing UP a Ool'i
eovnting Our objective this y ar." lIal.ltr.: Bat don't give; Baby Castor Oil cr\ about the price.
COLONIAL HOTEL Russell.! was: to I the chairmen of the committee kind of laxative thnt overset
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... accumulate a large' ALTA IOXT": SPRINGS April :O. any may .. hundred trail 10 miles out, priced right i
delegates Two
'Tel.ho1u111) I'. O. Cox Sal group; of booster-owners for llussell -The necessary to make the and {ripeJnt give I>rM rffit's acres on t':
Florida Park. We fourth annual convention of |I and: visitors comfortable. Teethina while you are waitingfor with good terms. S 5
Fort Myers. figured that if a large,
number the
Florida doctor
League of Women yoor to come.
Voters
i. The Orange and Black hotel has
of home people were able to buy will beheld here -TeetluD.i l Ia I'hjxiHan's Vn'IO'riJ- Two lots in Stadlcr Central flights, right in .con ng-
May 6
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.; in tbe suburb this year they wouldtalk i been selected 1 as headquarters for lion, .5q erially uwd lnrins the twthin i!
about it and boost for Is announced by Mrs.' J. II. O'Hara. : the convention ; periwL It arts gently: but thor- business section, if you are looking for a near business
it duringthe 1 1'laas and l millions of mothers
are now being formed for a'i' oughly. know lot see this.
,I .'y. V.' Smlthwlclkx "When summer we and putbt'next first year highly interesting and instructive 'I' mInIs: RKVIVK: : ri.\-ro\a(; i break its priceless' Itaby'd value ooM. in One hflpiii' ;braveneed to
unit on the meeting, says Sir\ *. O'Hara., Among it up will always keep you'J..thina Two hundred thousand'acrc.q in Dixie Co. $;).50 per acre
market in February you
| we took this
: Attorney at Law consideration! Into I the outstanding features will be a i iCitlrenshlp I BERLIN, April %Ping-pong hasreturned en Juan" good terms. Four miles gulf front.
I and priced all iota I
Room S Sims Building on i / School in harge of the in Berlin. A table SEND TOR USEFUL
** [ to favor FREE'
5 pre-development scale.
a I University of Florida session I Booklet Above Babies Two hundred thousand acres in Levy Co., $4.50' per
Florida ; a on j tennis club recently was established
Fort ,
Mjers Development will go forward full I ,
Law C- MOFFET7 CO COLUMBUS. CA. -
I acre.
Enforcement
blast through the with state and i and So; organizations joined it. A
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lIummer.Ir.: Uus-
tell stated, and by next fall two orl(|the national/ speakers| and open Forum: : tournament Is being planned for next TI1A I 1\ Eight hundred fifty thousand acres, on St'Andrews .
cause and
more units should be ready for the cure of war with aspeaker I I fall. l Bay, twelve miles gulf front $;3.50) per acre. .
Land For Sale in sent by the National Leagueof I '
market. I \HUdt; !Better Babies
I .0 N A Progress made in the improvementsthis I Women Voters The weather forecaster always has \ Eight thousand five, hundred acres, C. II. & N. R. R. 1
: year was very satisfying to Mr. i Judge Edith Atkinon of the Dade lots of competition. runs through this tract also includes the City of Limestone '

byShawcross' Russell. In the two months during .n l'I'snm: $17.50 por acre good terms. v I
& Garmon which the work was being done.] i and
Granda Boulevard, of the main I!
Pytllaa BaHdlng.IW one ] STITCOfORK

; thorough-fares ,was graded and bard i) i I J). n. J'.rillo \\1 I
surfaced Del Ray Avenue bas been ] i PALM CITY REALTY CO.
'.. .. 1-fcrk less -glatT'foot graded and hard surfacing Lj now being -t Tournament 1 Fort !tiers

"'leuritad". I la tie ratter completed. 340 ACRESBEST ; I.. : Under Central Hotel-Phone 479.trains .
ulU JUjal ral... .reaching from Me- Approximately 1.500 linear feet of
Grrw boaterard t. tile TamiUml sidewalk have been laid. Curbing baa I \
Trait >S1U: ",' been put in around the numerous, LAND IN THE COUNTY ,
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parks. An entrance way has been I I FOR SALE

erected on Lee County boulevard and I Will show growing crop of watermelons, eantc-::
) '- DR. TT., H, GRACE the park at the entrance bas been loupes beans i
: eggplants cukes corn, pep( ers, Below market' price!
Phystctaa' and Surgeon planted with flowers and shrubbery., and! tomatoes. i 3r SIt
I Offlc l15-lC i Earnhardt BlUe Many of the-' .palms destined to line
IlMflo 147 Woodford ,AT*. ,, all of the boulevards in the suburb Road frontage on two highways. '. ''; One lot in Belle Vue. I day 'IE FL'
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Telephone 88-Office 2 rings
In the future have already been,
A dandy subdivision .t ''
House 3 rings planted. proposition. Address "Opportunity 'JbeDI way

Tbe first home a Spanish type bungalow "
I Cheap at twice the 7SlubbsBoycl -
price asked. care Box 99, Kis- .to
under and ,
..al.-.... Park has kard-suiared is now construction
Streets IU. foot cement sidewalks, will lie completed within two months.:' simmee, Fla.STOP.
Other homes are being planned. .1 LET US SHOW YOU ,
elertrie Hgkts ud water et everylemesile
2.1/-tfes Within the next few weeks, work I ,. ;
! will started the ;--- - S
be on a nursery on i .,
property.. Paul Smith connected for : .Chicas.-o
:.. Dr. Geo. MassanaVETERINARIAN the past three years with the Ever I r Really Co t. L .

>. 1 glades Nursery, has been engaged by I ; S ; ?j,.
French and American Graduate Mr. Russell to take charge of the i ,;mil? _,,

.,t' lUMea..Vaccination.. : growing, and planting of the shrub aver the Scenic-Historic Roma f', \
"' ( 'Tag's''J'urnlsbe bery which' will later grace the sub
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: 34 year raetlee urb.' i Children ... f ::
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a 'Ile'Ander.on'Ave.. I IIF' Preliminary growing will be doneon I L .LakeUnd.A.C.I*. '. tlN-=1 ,
t (J what was formerly known as theMatba JaW: ,A.C.U.L : ::p.miw
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Leak property and"now a part' Cough Ar.Ch.tt aoog...N.Co,;&a.,L. tam.mM.atLoeb.L
of Russell Pa.rlk.ThU spot.was chos- 'I p! -. 7:41 a.m. it .
A.'I.. White JfAtrmCB! 'AYRKBS.Jamea en because of the rich muck found on With Ar.CmtraenC.mE.. T. ,-oM..""-. .
I C: Plane It. Much of this'muek has been placed: I fa......of c..s.t Ja.a svnla .
that is Cordial
Cooperation
LEB! COUNTY ENGINEERING OX I on the parka,whl h.bav.e..a1r6i\dT.been i I : POLEllONEY.TAR r-U.'J': CU-JaekeoDYlDc I., r'Chle.
Civil and Structural Engineer ; Club-Loanr*Car JackMmvlU. .t.a.-.oi .
Conntltlng: Engineers en Drainage I planted.Mr. i Com '
I' I midges and Structural Work I Smith has been In the nursery: and Sincere', ". .w atl.rolaRoom.CarJacSmComp.rtment.DrswingRoom .
f Fort Myera., Florida.Palmlet associated .... and Open S.. "
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It business for years. He was I ttoa8Iecpla..c.-J.c'I1.t, .
\ with his father in the north ever It t L.IoliJo..l 1171Noopiabrhgr.dL.4 o ''DrawiDE_FnoOm Blcploi1rilUtoCltlcxca.J.ckTCariUa ea t Bcetioo Blcploi1

I beautiful, Park fcoBMltea.r has,felglt' .'tuadrtd". shice'he'was 1Servlce will a be small: given boy., lomesite"own Our customers find that our cpopcra- r !e o.th.rearp.r.priat.d: PIXIE LIMITED.ta:KTBUTUI..

ers In the"suburb. They will be prlvi' tionLis cordial and sincere and they III r4, ChndreatiblL__Iar.t..tlb.geo.gh ia tJo. wrld.ln Lv.L.lh.. Mr.ra.& :A.A.C.C.L L : 1.== :.
lulllllltll1111it1111U11IIIIIRIIfUIIIIIIIIbnr! ; laged to buy shrubs and palms from Lv.l.eno.v/ll.,A.C.U. 'i., .
I the nursery at wholesale prices and take much pleasure in dealing' with I i.AIMnta.N.C.G9at: Z.: r:::
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dsc5iten.ega.rt.C. 5LI! .
| With Brick? In wholesale lots for the beautifica-i -
the Lee County Bank, Title and Trust ; M.St Loa'-' LtBN,1:+t--. ..
Y Oori elf'thel, propeTtylMr.Smith! ; will i nECESSITIEs 1 Itr C1I,Ie,....",.C.Q3! R.t. 4'10 o.m..
j i i I J. C.....Me Donald \ supervise the transplanting of the' Co. tc....c.of Can at JaeYUl..
plants.- i DrawingRoom-......_and via Opea Tama SvctloaCara ta Cbtoaca.etrptag -
General Blcklayer Mr Russell will leave Fort :Myers JackaonUI to St.Loe'ObMrY.tiODLlbr..yaec'-.

= and = Wednesday: for.. Philadelphia, hisj Accounts subject to check, whether{ h II i if'H J.cyw.to Chlo.. I1""C- .
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C.atraetsrn former home to close up the sale'of ;.eo..p.t-Dr.wt..a.oo..o, ';.
of large or moderate size are invited. >Co.ehMiekWaTw.toCklm0.don tnC.r-l.cboo.111aom:, .
:5 Brick and Tile Bungalow :5 11 a
BRUISES :' 0 I Cooed Seciira of ft*Dixie FlyerLava
= a Specialty = J"'Uoanll.I:5O..- ;arrl-Cba..
taaa.t.Louie and Cblcaco at UK_
t yfliy not build inbatantlaQyT = not only hurt but the skin usually be- l fr'lh \ ''tl.a*tha PuOman neetioa.IIasaUjG..d .
comes black aad blue. Diaia* Car Sertfc*..

tf.. : Box t57-Fert Vjert i. JJCARBO takes out the Title AUTO ,., AU Tore.nmnAm Traiaa, W. ,' 1 s
pain reduces 'Lee County Bank tz= fmt< tfcr ;
$" ti JTiMiimimiiiiiiiimimiiiiumimiiiiiniHPalmLee the swelling and removes the I IIS ,ATLAKT1C COAST*ffl?;LOll rrfinmlmtm: ./ !,.:
KAOKOADa
blade ,
i disfiguring and blue
marks. IA .C.o.m.P.erTnUiaA.- "-
Park-kas Wea4, batentl&-
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a. few h01ll'S'7d1e actual spot can Saar S.tin..Tm.a.e r.w A.357".- '
ed eter one \bandied Fort Mjers be-found : Tat DIZIE rLTYa ROBrE '
scarcely and it i #
is
overnight
It. people wke kayo purchased kei..., gone. The severest bruise yields and Trust Co.- I there any anto neces- i "JW 61..1 Bfd ; ,
sites r \ f\\ :f !-10iLf readily to its magic power.; AskJoatBETTER'TIIAN .lty you might need! It E .... -

.-i ; druggist for 14CARBO. .. t:; __ II so. drive by this store. Y .2a r+':, ,
'. IODINE The Home for Savings." We are sure to ban what E 4'7.&A :; obi
JIEPAIRIXQ want.
you
of all 1<1" Including furniture, lawn CANCERS CURED. I
mowera alao.and anna LJfht manufacturing At The I'I "Ererythingfor the Car lA'uto
; 1. It.'U1a. KELLAM HOSPITAL -
South'-f'' U. I .: Ooaaini' --- JL
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i 9h Ktltam) :: iOfxllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll /
East ForrMyerG HocpiUt cares Cancers. Tomors. IIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' '
I' Supply jy
Ulcers. X-Ray Burn and Chronic
Son without th. use of tb. knife X-Rar. 1 t
Radlmn. Acids or Serum and w. hav F !
.=f cured over M per cent ot the many hundred Store .

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I t.: residence Temporary, 897 officeat 2nd. St. im teaHELLASI west Main St.HOSPITAL.Richmond., Ta. Clean and :Safe Ice r'c,' : '7iie+ : XL R tt a, _


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I cletMnl I contractor for the eon.Mrurtkon --, I
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building '. When you put
; rPf O. Addrena Star Root .A- '
t ?! 1 Port:Myen.'Florida. i j > drink or upon any of) ;

I f( ':--I;1 1f ., your foods you wanttobe : ; S Mr. hvestor ,and ,Developer:

:: sure of its purity. .'r.

"1 0, ; GRADY Patio FITS de Loa GLASSES> -.,.. [ I Your health demands ..; One offthe most beautiful tracts of land in highest


I, h'.' EXCURSIONSDaily -- such precautions. ." -. state of cultivation, with plenty of wells and. water, '_ ,' '

1 If' ROYAL PALM Catoosahatchee PARKBorderbgthe : You will find ours c iun- .-'. with half-mile river: ;;frontage and lialff-inile! :lam". \ '.
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J 'i. River.AU Water) front privilege* \Except'Sundayto 1 rat. usually] 'clean, :free irom: ..frontage. and a mile of..road frontage other than-'Foy = 'I:? .";

f reserved for lot owners. the Gulf sediment'and impurities vard. This:especially beautiful property for'' .hlghesS I "
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kinds.
On Steamer DIXIE s of all '
Royal Palm Park Fort Myers class subdivision purposes can now be/had at money A ; eo

'h Our prices,are reasona-; .making price, and! T
on ;very easy .el11s"fo a. responsible" ; '
;rFORT IItTER9.JEWELBT Leaves 8:00! LIlLI; reran 6:00,pan. r-tb1c weight honest and ,.'; ii -
f ., !party., ;
"f Jewelers Four bears-is Saalbel Beach ; service prompt and reg"t.Y -' ;
j I. n t : :. \l;
",, Optometrist aDd>!fr., :co..l 4 Bend>- :trIp to ,Sanlbel, suo X '. ular. ; For, : '
h,j i Eyes: tested Glasses :: r 4= ;$. 'i .. full: particulars call,.our wri ebr wire .1.: ? .j

t : 229 First 8t Fort Myers. Bead trip t* CapUra, f&25 r
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= It I The Raymond Ways Fishing' .Bathing i M :{; ':. : : ; \ 'JI; ,' .;j

I '-. BOATBUILDINGMPAIKDiQ Fine Sea Shells Southern Utilities I..Co.J. .-: f :i". ::
i OF ALL ADDS I 1 c- > ;. ;,.i i .. With Garrison: ,& 'Shultz -. ;: 1 f y

We Girl QsJck SenleeJ" Fir farther 1 lafonnatleH vail at1C i ," '-:- J' 'It-:. .;J
Marine Sopplles :- Lark SUcfcGear ''" '!-O YOUR :
'I Wk Fheae 133 : g :: -'_
City or
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Catting mad XwauB E U, BIIK8, Kaaacer : : -. 13ROKERtJ'--; .. :... ... :
Work a Specialty I. 5 .. : _:.E -- ., : ,. 't:'. j \
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. ) I; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES I Personal Mention I Insect Pests Ever ReadyTo ITHUNDERING HERD f fA is der question InruivedHe his eye the and possession.he knows understands" thare! in certaincIrcumstances is what at 1


t. RATES IN TIIESE COLUtSS VARY FROM Shores
". le TO 1M! FOR EACH WORD Invade American minorities (
of by -
iN EACH ISSL'H ACCORD1 TO 'THE SIZE 01- TYPE YOU I<''ILECT. power '
In nluntlnc the wo"*.*. include the wordstor Kent." -Wanted." etc.. A AM CROWDS' and individual members of the
.. and Include also th* nam and address or box number -- ]
-J. \\. Wiles. of Montgomery\ Senate is greter at times. than -

,. C-pt 8-pt type type like like this.this 1 2 cent cents a word word for each for Jay Va. is in the city for a brief visit. WASHINGTON April 21.-:Millions Michigan on account of i t'll'' European _,_, __ I the veto power exercised by the President .

a each day. at dollars now are being spent annually corn borer; and in certain ountie* in of the toiled States. lie realizes I
i 8-pt tjp Ute this 3 cents \ itt,'ndas,'e record was]
nord for
a each day. -C. M Cooper of Punta Oorda. to control plant disease and New Jersey Pennsylvania and Dtla new I that these extra-constuutional:

10-pt type like this 4 cents word for each insert because ol the Japanese beetle, marled: np last night; : at the opening! ,I
: a day. was in the,city tfdaj. pests In thli country, and prevent wareS powers which have been graduallybuilt f
"Thnn-
r : 10-pl type like this, 5 cents a word for each day. "- the entry of others from foreign which affects farm products. between, performance....ring Herd."of Zane Grey's I I,i up and which. from time to

.; MINIMUM EATS -F. V. <{alent ofauchula.. is lands. June IS and Oct. 15. lime, he Las seen exercised are subversive -
Iso' a4vertia.ment wlU be inserted: for leaa than :2a! cents for first InserALTEMCATF here on business today. The federal horticultural board of An embargo on Malaga: grapes from "The Thundering Herd. as those|I of !
.4. Uon.. who ha\e read boo Vnovr.: 'eD- of the principles representative
the
t y --! U which is maintained because ol the *
: DAYS the department of agriculture Spain I
"e .U Advertisements ordered to run on alternate days will be charged 1-2 of has this wcrk in hand. estimates that presence of the Mediterranean fruit tern arotnd the! tinny pion eel a and ,! constitutional 'government.ThU '
>Imncapolls.Minn I that
cent word in addition -5-flarryBendell. otttUrs. mho hissed trail to i, reform does not mean
per to the legular rate 6 hardy
on point type and 1 cent, pineapples\ and a i
from 81 to 90 cent ot the real InSect fly All fruits except
per word ou.e" a1&ell. Is here to visit the city per
: : the far west in the historic rush to ::'the :right to be heard at length upon
j TERMS .. rst problems arc due to foreign; I bananas: grown in the Hawaiian Islands t
Cash .n advance shut out from the American the buffalo fields of WyomIng IJ.n1':'any in:..>ortant question shall be d<-
Importations. Prominent am ng the and
.00NotIce-'No- Card of Tbanka" or "Resolntlons" Inserted for leas than -c. S. Kennedy of Cincinnati 0.. !I of the Mf'IUtu- Montana in 1S76! i, niel, any benttor: The purpose is :
.
} Insects are the gypsy and browntallmoth. I raaiket because '
.GO'For : la a new arrival in the City of Palms. ; In particular it details the stirring not to prevent Senators from fully
TOur own protmtlon. bring ad.etlslnr In correctly typewritten. Uich entered from Europe, the ranean fruit fly and the melon fly : :!
U This paper ta not responsible tor nxUlaVes .advertisements telephoned in. t Mexican fruits are adventures of Tom Doan a stalwart debating a question but to make Im- i
cotton Several of
beetle. from the species
Japanese Japan:
:
-.Joba Za.ba.wa of Bay City. Mich. i: debate to
I Ivan,as youth, who Joins a patty ot possible the prolonging ot
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the
boll weeviL from Mexico; the oa the embargo:, list because o :
i is visiting 1 Fort Myers.R. :hidc huutcrs majority from settling
-- --- 11 to whose lot there fall prevent a
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European corn borer from Europe,' Mex'con! : fruit fly. 1
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FOR SALE f i.TheALVA \ : nnnv exciting experience before! 'a question Tie purpose la not to
> : -b/ I. and the San Jose scale from China. I I i So ,tigilant( I* the federal horticnl'tvril .
J .:,J. Daw'soa. of"Pamesville, Is these insect they Seal} rejcit ttirir oViitaatioaTcti feprire a mtaantv ot tile rfg&C to &e S
Quarantines within the UnItedStates [ ('oard to fceep beats ,
.. yoit SA.LK-two work muted-wUI melt MINSTRELS\ I bore tot brief sojourn 's personal troubles begIn whnrit' heard: but to vestow; upon the waIoft'U'U
f- American' shores that its men RO I
cheap. O M JlrJtman. 4-13-Jc itself are maintained prohibiting ="tu S
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: I -, :: fails In In\;e TTiJh iiilly Fan who'is : tv the full right to leg slate. The
are coming'Pyj : for Instance the movement oftotton aboard Eco*!iin? vessels and inspect
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FOR SALJ5.-Lumber ana material Inwarehou.e -c. F Toy son. of Orlando is in \ A under! : th1ar.U3.n''oi.p'! of her ..GO- pjrpcse Is tot interfere\ wfth the U
building, corner Jackson -- from ,solated points in Texas, theIr larders for lorWdien Iruils.
the city for a visit. : father, a moan with a notorious of all rights of a i ij
and Bar Streets, to be tak.*n down and I where' Infection has been found: corn j I little persuasion is osueH suffkienti epi- p-c cctjon proper
moved at once. Apply O. M. lieltman. mM'Now' I ration j senatorial minority but present the i ii
broom and Sudan have the undesirable fruit dtstrov
4-2 tf c.FOi :and corn. sorghums
-Mrs. William T. Tall. of Captiva The film ipict as no printed payee improper use of a minority right under e
from infested areas In \ermont, j "'J: otherwise a customs seal bars i
,. : SALJv Several choice Iota In Stadler1 is here for a day or two.T. grass run the hardships and the heroUmr the Senate rules from rendering : .
Central Heights-H.SOO up. Turner I I- Bathing"Suitsltrom New York, Pennsylvania Ohio and their use in the American port. :
Lester Uoom 2. Leon Bid*.. of.. the tarlv. .west Spectators.. cheerod the Senate itself impotent. It Is im- :
U 4.:!!0-Ztc. R. Mottley.! of Bowling Green. FLORIDA AMERICAN LEGION POSTS tnem 'ives hoarse -last evening during ''portant that these rules give every ,

: FOR 8ALB-150 feet frontage on Asphalt Ky.. has arrived for a brief sojourn.T. I I : tit most thrilling pans of. the 'Se: att,r a square ties but it Is 1mpentive -

adjoining Oljca Supply Company and \ 1i READY FOR ENDOWMENT CAMPAIGNPALATKA \ I>u ture. ; that they give: the American I
ple Garage Only available lot In this ,
busine locality where values rapidly nnz'J R. Mottley, ot Bowling Green, C The Th1nderinlrIl'rd": is at the people a square deal 1

Increase at ten dollars front foot. Contains Ky.. has arrived for a brief sojourn Arcade again: this afternoon and this Under the Constitution, the two '
an acre and can easily be rpllt April 20.-\\ith prac- sometimes without proper educationand J
Want In business evening \'houses make their own
money here. Terms. c.'r of Congress; !!
I.on Talbott. It. A. box 209 Sanford .o.t. -Mrs. Lois Petrequln who has tically nearly every post in the state sometimes mentally unfit for rules. Since the Senate acts under
i"lorlda. 21-pd.. : well on the way with its portion of such -work attempts to file a claim.
# been quite Ill is very much better. constitutional right in making its .
its
the work The American Legion En- "To properly assist the veteran in ;

: FOR RENT -At ..;:; dowment campaign for disabled men the presentation and prosecution of C. M. T. CJGHOlARSHIPJ[ rues, the Senate and the Senate i
and
Mr .John A. Hall is quite ill alone can rectify them I am of
I
\' and orphans of veterans will his claim is one of the major functions -
1 move t. .
FOR ; ] .
.. RENT-furnlahed apartment 2SI .. confined to her home on Royal Palm [ aware that ea-h Senator re- -
: Fowler street 4-H-tfc, I .' forward rapidly in Florida It was I of the Legion. To do this workit course
"If'. avenue. ;clues that to change the present ruleto
1 announced here C. for the ESTABLISHED COLLEGE
by Howard Row- becomes necessary Legion
FOR RF NT cool
-Big apartment at Boil ::to: I provide better cloture he must j..
levard Inn. Price right 4 16 ton department to with skeleton setup
-Stp. -? -Judge George W. Whitehurst has adjutant of the I parallel a I|Intlvld\1aIly relinquish a potential I II
Legion. Preliminary work is being the actual setup of the Veterans Bureau -
FOn 1SNT-3 furnlMhod apartments. Tallahassee business -
been called to ; : on obstruction which at times Yi
of
one upstairs, one downstairs. Also on* and will return Monday carried out and optimistic reports are throughout the country" ATLANTA:: April 21. Centenary !I rIght
Ingle room. Apply 23S llendry Street.e' he can use either wholly to thwart \
4 21 Itc being received at headquarters from Touching upon the orphan phaseof college of Louisiana have established I i !
,. _ _ _ all the will of the majority or compel an
sections of the the Commander Morris
FOR REVT:-Flv* room ;apartment. Captain: Frank M Smith who has state. work said: a scholarship to be offered to the fctn- I I unwilling majority to accept a modi-
completely furnished Although actual solicitation for "There has been established by the dent with the the I
: close In. Sum.lfler been in the hospital for several highest standing at by him.
rates. O M. Ilclunan Il-tfc.. ; : weeks has recovered sufficiently to funds will not be launched in this Legion at Otter Lake. Michigan a : Citizens' Military:: Training camps, in I fication knowing in legislation: that this imposed power has

;. WANTEDWANTED be able to return to his home. state for several weeks sev-al posts regional children's billet. Three co*- 195.:! in the fourth" Corps area. I been but built by the slow: cryetaliza-
have already: repcrte i '-I'mtJOtss? have already been built anti up '
co= tages an General Bowley thfe corps area commander -i
of custom Into rules for which
TO BUY-Ten to twenty '-Don J. Higglnbotham. the Rlalto to the state qao'a. !!-t_ ta Bay I Infirmary Is now under construction. i : characterized the offer o* tion individual SenatorIs

acres close in for mibdlvlslon. Prefer watermelon- king. Is In the city fora Post. at Sarasota rl'pcrted a single There are S3 children at Otter Lake! Centenary as the first instance of I no party or any
Tra4 or Boulevard. Se or writ. Turner responsible and with full confldcnce -
LMer. Room 2. Leon Rldg.*.Representing few day. He says that the watermelon gift of $500'se..eral days ago and ,now. recognition by a university of a broadly : and Integrityof
the patriotism
Southern Securities Corporation. ... : .is' in good and'.he will Miami post reported a total contribution "The Legion In Kansas has already I educational nature of the Citizens' In
elusively In Fort Myers. 4-ZO-Ztc. crop Senators when they confront a
have" to selL of $2,200 I raised $100000 and furnished a S5S Military Training camp movement.
soon some the
;r:. ''r'A.. TED-A four or five room cottage : :The campaign throughout the statei acre farm at Independence for a I Genera Howler adds that it Is most, question, ot plain duty affecting
or bungalow, (un".h.... permanent See lateral ol the natIon, 1 have appealed
Mr. -Mcu' Fort Uy: ra Jewelry. Sst-or" -P: 7t EngJana.: ot Jlatertm.} was being )Tel'by: Barnes W. Morris} regional btiet. Tennessee has taken fitting that this offer should! [ come them for their rectification of'rule

4 21-3tp. in Fort Myers yesterday ,and stated Jr. of Tampa. department commander similar steps! and the campaign to I from the state in the Southeast which to pretect'the majority of
to
his associates will begin !and Harvey R. Payne of Jacksonville raise necessary funds is being held. has furnished the greatest number of 22 so as
} LOSTWSTkeIder that he and : I the Senate in Its constitutional .right;
shipping watermelons to, northern department commander elect. < Other states are following Ibis plan. I, applicants for the Citizens' Military

In a statement issued through state | "Lnder the Legion billet plan. Training camp to legislate.
: pocket liook containing markets this. week And than this I now appealto
more
rail road passes In favor of D. L. Gra headquarters today Commander Morris eight of fifteen children will be The Centenary scholarship Is opento

ham. Finder please return tG ,American referring to the Legions work housed In each cottage and will be young men who have completed the citizens of the different statesto
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R. Y. Express Office or M. C. Willlford. -W; L.. Prentice property owneraiid upon their Individual Senators -
Impress
6-jo t C. guide. will return to his sum among disabled veterans saId: cared for by a woman attendant' who their high school training and whore correspondence by resolution -

.; mer home' In 'Illinois Friday He will There from 26,000 to 30.OOt) employees Is either a widow of a veteran or not now on the enrollment of by their attitude on this

., "1:" engaged in Veterans' Bureau who Is equally Interested. The Centenary college or petition '
the fliesIn
before snow
FOUND be back again proposition.. It the people believe in
____ state. work. An appropriation of a halt Legion billet Is a distinct departurefrom The working oat of an equitable '
'B _the Sucker reform In government. their be- .
FOUND Florida Auto license.. million dollars 1 necessary to maintain the old Institutional Idea Legion! ass for the award (.f this scholar- this '
tag number ;- --- In the attitudeof
be reflected.
.S,4.:. Owner may hate- same by _" i. '';M't' .:. -Mr. 'and :Mrs: it U NIckell and .this branch of government serv orphans will attend public schools ship has been delegated to CoL L. O lief should themselves In, rectifyIng I'

calling at, Press Office and .paying for -r-. 'ID. Fort, Myers ,ice. A veterau'who believes himself, there will be no uniforms and the Mathews the C. M T_ C. Officer. the Senators \
this adv. 41k.tfMISCELLANEOUS arrivals -
; .I-OPTINo: .Uw atyla; Started, son are new the rule. The United: States is -.
: under of the laws word "orphan" will be eliminated. Fourth Corps Area. at Red Rock:
beneficiary
a
T \ .t USe Beach. Venice; Italy.- from West Virginia I Mr. NIckell Is any to public sentiment. but _
responsible
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j the first bathing girls of Springre DOW connected with the ..Fort, Myers finds claim'applhatlons as complicated "Plans are being made by' the I Building Atlanta. Georgia. must know that In States -- ,-5

wearing ,pyjamas 'as' bathing Jewelry Store: as the ordinary income tax blank. Legion to place the children in the Several other Universities In the Senators this sentiment 5- i

suits. Here one of tho robbleat Income'tax blafllM necessitate the right kInd of homes. preferably Fourth Corps area are expected to, which they represent S :
FOR ROOM and board apply at Boulevard -

Inn. 14} McGregor' ,Boulevard styles.enapped.4Oo..-... .; tn rJ.1 eands- at.. '::'A.S.: Llndenfeld. Capt. E. E. services of an'expert and the average those of veterans where they will re follow Centenary's: lead by establish, exists.This appeal f Is not In a sprit of hos'tility. r'

4lMp. Atlantic. Oty.Mrs. .. and Warren Llghtsey. in business man does not attempt to cel..e'pr per care and training ,andenjoy scholarships for young men who
k. 3ctr4l\" 'USI' Damkohler It Is to form and present an
VU11 old aid : : the'' constructive This take the training at the training
buy postage stamp envelopes -S yAcht. the Dorothy handle these blanks If this is environment ,
with stamps attached Any ;w i ijViJthrcUP the captain's" case t>f an ordinary income tax blank. will develop men and women who camps., the general said. Issue upon,which a fair jest of public f
thing before 1870 Write or send cash left last night for a trip down the \ canbI'lflade. 1\ Is to the end L
by return maiL Box K. .verglade Hor- rathl'r'tban liabilitiesto Leadership force of character lovo opinion! ,
of fish and tarpon what must be the confusion when a will be assets t.It t.
search king
idJL 18-4tp.. river in that those vrho are, tbesodoe of governmental -
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veteran away from skilled help soclety.'t.I'a. of outdoor sports and other qualitiesof t J'
ajexpress themselves -
ftOTICE SCHOOL. CIfH..DRF-q-We are manhood similar to those requiredfor 'power' n \

taking an automobile I census and have election to the Rhoades scholarship :. *POI1. a !remedy In & lawful .
It
a souvenir pencil for every boy and, girlwho George; C. Hurt son of Congress ..N. "' JY.l'jy"' r.Vrl' "vuwuwt i'I"I
will get a card filled out for uIt'. are to govern the selection of C. way.
U, easy-you can do it at hornet yea 4- man ,J., M.i Hurt, of ,Blackstone, Va. -'
M. T. C. students the
sn to fre military
to 1
go -
will be glad' to get one of th pencil has arrived} In Fort Myers and surprised The Art of ; -

AOENCV'LCIlE-STnOZIER: 129 llendry street.INbUKA Over N Royal C E ____ his old friend. .J.' E. Crafton e ;Beauty schools offering scholarships HOBO KIDNEY AND BLAD. i

Palm Market. 4.n-lie.. Q, ,. S-$ by t his unexpected arrivaL Mr. :: By B. M. DOUGLAS .., and to Centenary. I DER REMEDY Jfis ,

LADY PLANMNt. drive to Atlanta Hurt baa been connected with the (l.Vrl'NN'"n..-....................... ...YrlV'rh ".I'a..VrI'-: giving i 'relict la, very "serious cases f., r
within next week or two would like 1
or 1 ladles or gentleman and.wife.wiU* Tobacco, Growers .Association.: He DUVES.UBGFSBEFORX ", all over the South. Mr. P. X 'Wilson t f'

Ing to share part of the expense' to makeS says that he likes Fort Myers very r-' "- ,.,. Beauty and the Beach **\ SENATE: of Klnston.,N. C, writes that H hid
the trip. Cox 21* care .1'_ Office '
'where it
4-11-21 muh'nd: has come to'stay serious pains In the back and
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1 is, ,summer. all the' year. 'round., .. rWBETIIER' you are One of over your Ala. or spread on a. (continued from page 1) side and a little later his.eyes became !
An American woman divorced fromn Just about lives'chamois or soft cloth. then rub on barter? The reserved power ,of the weak ached throbbed and .hurt and

.. alien husband has the right to -:Miss Elisabeth Cooler. Red'Crossexecutive i0 <%. :water- during:' tbel!the face Never attempt tow States in the Constitution does not j I finally was advised ,to.w ar glasses
put & Mob on your face and then I.
have her American&enshiP"reStor d. here from Miami, where Include the of one of the Statesto which ha did '
I 'is ; summer. or: whether. the\try tft aJrc&d It. power also to see a physician <
)f \ according to a ruling of Judge Morton ot relief work fc>l- 'elect a. Senator who shall control several kinds ,
I she was In charge.. "darling 4a.tjfctvtcT"_ elf, Viad( It you ,are going \n w\mm\nK.: .) and after be had taken
ta the Federal Court fo etoit1-, .. r lowing' the Miami tornado; Miss rhyme you don't go near the water. liquid rov.ge' la' preferable. It ta tnajortty! or even allot the .other of kidney medicines without results Lt:';,

: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I Minnie Jean Walker of L4ttle> Coole J says that, Fort Myers Is for- -any nearer that Is. than lollinj Bald< to be the most bdperccptibl States. one, day whl'e! looking over a a ws- r ti'paper

the annual meeting. of the stockholders I Rock. I-*** prominent society.and funte '1n"escapIug'auch' 'a 1 calamity. < flU the bead: 'plcturesqte cosor wIt the torms of 'ro'Ogo..pro- No argument Is sound to the effect- Hobo Kidney and Bladder b..
U of the han Carlo Corporation will he club woman baa been awarded $100.' letter ;tames with a gay PLruolt any vile.1 it is properly put on. How-' saw ,
She has recentlyjeceived a that to protect a majority of the SeDate decided to try It.
held on Monday May 11th. at J.30 IV Min '# advertised I.Remedy I.
contested-wiH efan ec ,
oeOf-sn 'r* "yon tnust ''be'juSt' its T Mlvor.. It lake* ei e1p rt.t..or Iota
the offices of the company,. fc.tbe froin Miss Margaret Gilbert latelyrepresentative < and of the American people from one bottle j
woman'"who bequeathed It t states after taking
purpose of electing directors. to serve centric elderly groomed aa> you were prrt -r ot practice ', He
for the ensuing year and the ,transaction -' tier the money for;- "her of.the Red Cross,, in 'over the.tea tray in A 'co&v.: .'_ 'Just a little care before and duran themselves it is necessary to put pains in :his back and sides left him ;.

U I properly of any come other before business.'said mevtinir which may, loving kindness and care during ill- welfare, work? here% :who: Is on.her way tug room. "go outing will Insure your them at the end of a sesion at the and also was able to quit "wearing r II" '

i'-: 1UCHAIJJ Q RlCUAltPS.; lti _': Bt-_." to Enr pe. She Is,even now on the Above all.'yon most boo S".Okingyourbet! at the time. an
fiecretr' ed that not only ..J 1$,)Vi s attractive for all the deiful .
** high seas en route. Miss Margaret you being: or of any one United States Senator. A treatment of .1o'o'XId-: -
April 21. .May S. until tomorrow what the time-but show BO mot evening affairs which. any more. ; .
Never put on who preceeded Miss Gilbert. i
j Shepherd It Is in effect and in changed form Bladder Remedy Is guaranteed

"', The "'*" : : the: .advance.. styles ,>put>.% on,today, Is{now ,studying. In New York. t I later A good effects.I coating. '. n-n----, summer forth. ,brings: the old argument upholding the 'principles ney and to give results when others fail. lt t-

Of vanishingcream ; '. A* a generalrule : of monarchical and despotic neighborhood druggist sells It. ; .
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t ALVA MINSTRELS people; could what they the 180 carillons In the world. i; .
Some e say Of end powd / '5. summermakeup vernment-tbe argument that minorities HOBO TTCDICPfE fOXPllY r

i,1 are coming: think,and ,stilltbe .Quiet.,. 134 are In the, Netherlands- and Del jer' Is fairly effective -- \ abash know better what Is good for Beaumont :IfDS. F: Q <
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ginm. Ot the eleven carillons destroyed !, In-->re- / 'I' "Hold the' mirror the people themselves All the law- -

.? ;ifalm.li.e park Is a one kindred ...4l' : You Just can't please some women.In In the World War but three have !''renerons venting tan. Rob r' :\./ np':-':lo< nat1 'e.'- ful restraints the people have imposedon '
quan't! The sophisticated -
: eighty acre citrus grove turned Intr Chicago' one got a divorce because been\replaced. 'jUUes of the I -or exotic type themselves should be and are Co. tl

:beaitlful lomedtet. fl f .helmgged! her .too! hard.. "'---- 'cream 'over )"Our'f of facial I decoration found In the limitations of the Constitution Electric Supply

A slaughtered d camel with Its stomach If ace and the -.. /- Is out of and not in the rules ;ot: the '

1_ The I The opened in the Sahara Indicates {1partaof 'your" .'t/nnn/-' place In tier Senate. Any restraint upon the 'people 242 Hendry St. ktE !

MINSTRELS 'that the Saharan has killed his camelto body which will / / t -I breezy. outdoorbe Imposed by a Senate rule Is a '

III ALVA MINSTRELS ALVA get a little green water to keep him exposed and ?-i-' I surroundings usurped governmental power not We repair flat Irons! curling Irons. 1 1i i: ,'

coming comp aUve;'and unless the act was recent over thla. powder. .. / ,5tn;, / which, summer found in the Constitution. toasters etc. S :
p ii are r -, tare Tbepowderof A' brings. This ii percolators r. "
the will be found not I
,!the body of man course should be Q'( not to say that Perhaps there was a time, when Flash Lights at1erl.... Bulbs fil

$ The Old Home Town BySta ley I far away. one with a tan- 4a. we should not aid the discussion of incidental phases Lamps, Fixtures_Wiring ft; U

I nlah cast such a* nature In the of this question might have created ;

Only neighbor we think is out of 'Peaches Powder Summer 3lake-lp warmer season oratorical fog banks and smoke 1 -C f ;; '

debt < the one we owe. I or the ruddier merely that ourapproach -
( s screens around the real Issue hiding
Peaches and Cream so that sun- method of should be TheALVA :
I I burn or tan will not be> so obvious.'Naturally keyed to the conditions. Moreover -) it from the mind and conscience! i

; The chief Interest.ia.life with some ', you will want :the earn the.'heat has 'w' different efJ, the American people, but for Ofj I MINSTRELS t'.r f }
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HI people Is the 8 per'centthey get* on' :hade',M powder en ,year neck fret out different persona' .,', :4 Some' the, average citizen has had J' -' ,comirtg'Royal 1 I' .'
their money. J 2 .t- and on faceiA complexion fad 'out 1n' Senile' are
'*-_. ;' .. arms as yon mmsmner. lions of the United: States < "- :t...i"
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the"wtnd is likely to blow others wear becoming, pinky
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off powder, rouge In a short time. flush in hot weather. Therefore -------a- .

It Is all: right to :'tell : your wife tream paste' or sr liquid rouge Is be flexible; add or subtract rouge,
dont ,advisable. The taste is really not as needed to meet the variation
everything that happens If yon
;so hard to manage after you have of the thermometer and by allj;
teU herteven..more;than. that.: |tried it one or:two" times. and It means dont forget to make your Airdome Theatre

I its good for a> too dry skin. In I powder- deeper aDd richer in tone; ,
The Egyptian Gazette estimates that itislar: p. smear-- a'' faint) fflm over. as''' your skin tans and burns ''TONIGHT Only

only'1,000,000 Egyptians'can read'andwrIte. ,{your Sager and Czhtly draw it under the summer sun. ; Tuesdai;

1t ot 14,000OO ,- iBnseji. ,. $ -
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p il playet,, fainted In Pullman car Also Harold Lloyd and Bebe Daniels :

i & washroom because he found some All copy for advertisements for the Fort Myers Dally S j

soap there. Press should be in the office not later than ten o'clock on :Mon- Sfrfrrt ComedyP.

4. ti' I With Henry Ford making airplanes. days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays Fridays and Saturdays. For S. The Airdome-Famous' for Good:pic- .,

1 it Ifl It will be even harder to keep a goodman Thursday's paper it should be in the office not later than tares-Good music '. ." I
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down. 8 o'clock in the morning and preferably on Wednesday eve Prices lOc dud' 25c-Why PayTtforet'" "1'-. : ,

ning. Copy coming in later than these hours can only be accepted 55 ,'

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,wn De fitihtke 1ta AaaRedllttZM taw Mete t1! %tta W'MttAPU. It< !E I History In New York Today '
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that .. U I'f', that. 1'fo da:+tet t h the+ Copy ,
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owes or tM Xw York Aatetteae : -
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4 Fred &French or Nw York 'md 1 .'(! .. r ti\r1 :ro.. __. !i Fort 1\lyerslorida '' '1
Major X Wfctt at UU "aI.1
city. *rt .
.4 1T1 acns of U.d >" _. April 20,1925 .-,. ;- : I ;;f
Ky for pproxtiaatflr" (IM.M Tb>! 11.r:. .\u,11.[ ihc.'t. '
prop rtjkM Mrly two mtltw or: '9 "' I
water front I' Hotel Commodore _' s t. I J 1
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en bay aa4 r U and .. i r
]>. developed) a. beach property, I I NewYork City; "" tjI f"Iti IDear \j
Oa the !, .
south fa.! oT Long Boat i.eyi '
Doha Riaxll&f is erecting the Mr, Silver: 1
IllS Memorial about which will be i: It is which I feel like passing on to you without
grouped statues of M tfc* presidents! now just 10 p. m., and a thought has come to me delay,4
of the tatted States Mr. Rioslinc':' a thought that comes to all of us who live here daily, and yet,one which wo do not FEATURE. as we ':
purchased these statues in Spala for i, to it is matter of ;
$!OOOOO and paid an Import duty of cause us simply a course. :

$%0.000 on them.UdIXESVILLRThe'. |I Tonight, for the first time in 1925, :Mrs. Barnwell and I attended a picture show-in the new airdome '

: annual field near our office. You know the layout and the surroundings, and so do all the 'men and women in our sales or =

and ot the track American meet of Athletic the state Union division'.will I ganization. Yet we seldom hear a salesman feature the particular attraction which was forcibly impressedupon

be held here at the Unireraity of me tonight. : I '
Florida on May 9 next. It has been
announced by James L White.. athletic I I wonder if we have not been too keen to show our wonderful increase in population during the past two )
director of the unIYerslt, DI-!
'' and increase in bank school attendance and other physical indications of past growth. And
rector White has Just been appointed -' years, our deposits, .)
chairman of th etrack and field I wonder if our desire to prove, mathematically, that our growth in the future will be phenomenal, has not /
championships committee of the
state A. A. U following the entrance caused us to use arithmetical figures rather than figures of speech and! description that would' have a selling t tv

,.' of A. the A. U.University of Florida Into the|I force equal, if not superior, to those upon which we have been specializing. If

this Plans year for than a' much ever larger before entry are now list I would not for one minute suggest that we eliminate one of the points which we have been. using in our t

under way. Mr. White stated and he selling. But I am going to coach every member of our sales force in the use of the advantage which I know tl

expects athletic clubs to hare In the numbers meets of as well leading as of, and we all know of, but which is so much matter of course to us that we forget its existence.

z colleges.KISS1MMEE.- I .' While we watched,the picture, it occurredto, me that you were probably very near to slush, and possibly I

e I --A co-operative build- ice, and that you could certainly not be in an airdome watching a picture show-not at this' season of the year, j
t I
Ing and association has been organized at any rate. r j
here and has been chartered by ,the
state. With and the the completion election of of officers the organization I ,:. And I looked around a bit, and upward into a cloudless' sky, dotted thickly with gleaming s; glittering I t

the plans call for an Intensive drive J and sparkling as they do only Jn the Topics. Note that I say tropics-not semitropics.And now and then ;

of resident home building own; In his order own that home.every Officers -I a butterfly, or lightning bug, or some winged insect which could not possibly exist at this'season in New York, 1'.1 t :

are may J. Wade Tucker president; would flutter across the beam of light from the projecting machine, and vanish into the night. E '
Joseph Dyson, vice-president; and A. :
f E. Thomas secretary-treasurer. And on our left, hanging over the walls:of the airdome-a guava tree. Beside it a clump, of bananas f ; :

SANFORD-With the many storiesof beyond it an orange tree, and beyond that several grapefruit trees. In the business district; think of it- t

the wonderland of flowers and sun $1,500 per front foot and up, with a line of busy stores along the front, and bananas. guavas, grapefruit, and : ;
shine of Florida that have been spread -
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1 throughout the country there still are oranges in the back alleys. JI .J" ., 'i
', in states far north of
here some who persons remain apparently in doubt ,.<' But more. Behind the silver screen, several avocados, and to the right an Australian oak,,and aPoin-; : 4

3 cultivation as to the living of the conditions State of and Florida.the ciana tree nearby. And last but not least, several superb Royal Palms, and overhanging the-',audience, a t

> This Is shown in a letter received by cocoanut tree with at least a hundred nuts of all ages clustered at the base of its fronds. I repea. -in.the business !- 3 ,
R. W. Pearman Jr. secretary of the district. .
local Chamber of Commerce from a

;i&. resident wants some of upper information New York about state who the The fact that we have 110 varieties of palm trees-more than half,of which will not live through the winter -

r..: fleas and reptiles in this state in the : a few miles north of here-the fact that right in the heart of,our- city are tropical plants that ''We consider I

summer The writer time.stated that he was a i common but which are rare plants elsewhere, the'fact that people actually gasp when they first view our Royal

contractor and wanted to come to .' Palm drives-those and scores of other facts which cannot ever be facts in other cities, even in Florida, are

:.:,., '. '.first Florida wanted to establish to learn a the business conditions but of facts which we must feature more and more if we'would do justice to the.buying public and ourselves; for every

things In the summer time. lie writes: / time we fail to close a sale, we have failed in service to our clients, because In failing to sell him,we have'lost J

'" of"I'your wish'state you and would city.give; We me northern details money for him just as surely as though we had sold him something without merit. "-"- -, -.f .t* -. t tf

people do'not realize what. a place!!
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Florida Is to live in so please: excuse f If you can pass on the truth that, here south of the Caloosahatchee, is FLORIDA, and the tropics, and, to = tquot

these questions. : .ConnieMack, "winter Paradise" sell New York friends the idea .
"Do the fleas and bugs become a a; you can your of Fort Mydrs as it is, a ,
pest in the summer time and are there 'phYSIcally, geographically, strategically, climatically, mathematically and otherwise-then you will have'.per.-
any' poisonous reptiles about r* formed worth-while service for all concerned. ,;.
He was informed that with care he

safely abide here. And if you could paint a word-picture of the scene which was before me tonight, you would not need

ALTAMONTE SPRL'iCS.Causes statistics behind you to prove that this city has a certain and speedy growth ahead of it. Fort"Myers has i

speakers and Cures on of the War"subject with and national an ad- grown without a road because it has attractions not posessed by any, other city in America-attractions that are I

< elr..a-on "Delinquent and Dependent "appreciated, and justly so. .. .. .
Children" by Judge Edith Atkinson of .

.-only.,the Dade woman County Judge Juvenile in Florida court;augmented the;. I hope you had a pleasant? trip and that I shall hear'from you tonight or in the morning. 'Callion.. us.'fir. .. .y; ...
need and it will be forthcoming from .. '. '
by a citizenship school underi anything you 'i i
the-direction of the University of .,,' .
;. )fIorlda..Ill" the outstanding fei Yours, cordially I 'rTTf ,, '' i ?? ;
'tares of the fourth annual conventionof
'the Florida League Women Voters .*' :"'. < (Signed W. 4I.tN\vELL: 'j; "-
to be held here May .6 through 7. 4 f.. oJ' ) F._ : .
.'< Announcement of the plans for the : '. .-, /+.1 ;" 1-; : (, :'..: .JiJ !.m "' :' .:
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,:. ," < convention were made by: Mrs. B. L. ''' .'' ." .,>." .. .. .. : f'I:7; .t .
chairman ot -
j'ilaltie; general arrangements !
*. I 'whole now appointing members -
on the various committees that '
It will>take charge of the 'different HCOMP ; < 1
-'phases of''i the.convention work. Mrs. BArRNWELL R ALt : N :
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-ti B.iBallard.; chairman the.,Sem-. ,_ ( :
t.ntuol.County.League'of Woman Votr -
.," e'rsU In charge of thelocal arrangements Main Office No. 140 East.M.ln. Street '; ::. '
for entertainment of the delegates "
." Field Office Being Constructed in El l Dorado First Street ''' *"*!: i
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on r .
.:'.;. Program ,alsO' calls for business !.: / ; :;: '4': i. : 3 .:
.. :.;= session on organization and finance "'' ... "
::1' BRANCH OFFICE at No. 42 6th Street South St -X "
,. and a conference on proposed legislation _, Petersburg ,. ; ; :

wilt tor also the be-future discussions of Florida"on law'There enforcement Connections in TAMPA\ l\IIAl\llAND JACKSONVILLE ..f'l: &: t.!;:' ,: ,..
s and'an open forum conducted -,1-: J.. ,

and national. b'' speakers leagues.from Particular the ,state attention .. ..- .: ". Building and Selling Fort Myers Each : : z.t- .,. ._ 'd..'! {

% will also be devoted to the Day"l''I ," ':of :.
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