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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 22, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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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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Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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41T YEAR-NO. 118 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON APRIL 22,1925 PRICE 5 CENTS


i VISITS CITY John D's Secretary WINS- INDOOR TENNIS CROWN
VISITORS MELON SHIPMENTS .
100 Visits Sister HereMiss TAMPA TIMES '

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Hattie Sambroot; for the last THROUGH GEORGIA f

I i ENJOY ROM b < wf John fifteen D.tears''private Rockefeller, the secretary-oil magnate : '7nuaiucing f9 SAYS SEABOARD '

arrived ta Fort Myers at noon todayto MUST MEET LAW

visit her sister Mrs. T, P. Hill
a whom abet pad not !*tei In fifteen .

: DISTRICT MEETRotarians years. t !L" ; Clean EirrNior: and Hay Pine Straw CHUG.HERE

.Miss .5a ubrook. ha" been spending Acceptable to tracker
i part of her vacation In Miami) and Stale "
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came .from that city to Fort '}fyers.It -
: and Anns was 'a' reunion of the two
Rotary t. happy GAiNESV ILLS. Fla. April 22.- Proposed Extensions Include
i Combined as Guests At sisters Miss Sambrook is much With the shipping season only a few I Venice Nokomis EnglewOod
pleased with the City' of Palma.Miss ,, ,
.f I weeks distant; watermelon growers of
Evening Banquetii'50
I SambrooK's duties took her and Punta Gorda
effort .
the state are making an to prevent -
with the oil magnate; wherever he which resulted
the shipping tie-up
!! ENJOY BIG PROGRAM traveled and she has seen much of! last year from refusal of Georgia STORY IS UNVERIFIED

I ___ the country. She is enjoying her rest authorities to permit Florida watermelons .
at the Hill home In East Fort Myers
1 Swim In Gulf And Refreshments which overlooks the beautiful, windIng packed In pine straw from Sites Secured in All Cities Ex*
L, areas Infested with cattle fever tick
Make Hit With + Article V '
,y Caloosahatchee. to enter the state of Georgia.! According cept Fort Myers -s .
Up-staters to Dr. Peter F. Bahnsen. who enforces k: '7 Claims .
t the Georgia; law, two. classes of j t .
GRAPEFRUIT GROWING .
The Inter City Rotaryyesterday material acceptable{ to ,: ... .
packing:: are ; : tar Tae A.wrlatd .....)
JIleetinc In this the authorities of that state. : Mr., Jean Borola, new ,'", :\
TAMPA. April 22.: -The Tampa
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city was one of the most t Qt .The first of these two classes is aatlonal indoor tennis champion-; <"" ytfii3. :: '
enjoyable functions that a IN POPULARITY AMONG :I clean excelsior. The second Is pine Borota. a. member of the French I ;;: i4 + Times today says the Seaboard airline .
and known I I"Bounding ,.
Dart eup team as the \ :
Rotary has 'ever pulled or! la this straw, hay, bagasse etc. grown and Basque Is, the first i ," t :.:; 'Df' will shortly seek permission
district... The Saint Petersburg Tarn baled in tick-free territory and hand I foreigner" ever to have won the ] L -/'' ':' \3. r'io>. I the Interstate commerce commission
pa Lakeland. Bartow, Avon Park Se- GREAT BRITAIN'S PEOPLE led so as to prevent infestation whilein honors. The Frenchman added to : zh ,to- extend Jta rails from its present t
bring and Punta Gorda clubs were tick-infested territory.;. I his achievement by helping to op '; ". .fl '
Part of Dr. Bahosen's letter to the I the double crown as well. Vincent ,1f terminal near Sarasota south and
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as guests of the Fort Myers Rotary in-d:
f to Fort Points be
II Richards. 1)24 king. didn't defend ; east Myers. to < ;
club. At the luncheon the program Small "Shop' Sew Feature Florida agricultural college authorities of the .r-
his laurels In the tournament. II eluded In the proposed extension are*: > "
war well balanced, entertaining +T----, Prodnrt Advertisingeded University of Florida in response to ,' Borota. by virtue of his stellar play. I ,"l'nlee.okoml.., Englewood and
and Instructive. a request lor hU ruling on the sub- Is expected to aid,the French axgre- Punta Gorda. -
Mayor Orris M. Davison was chair. i Ject. follows: 'I gallon greatly in Inte-rnatiornd'' The Times article says negotiations .. t

man of.the day, and kept things movIng There has been a remarkable growth "The following materials properly matches, this,- : -= I have been in progress between rail-
rapidly.The 1. this past winter in the popularity of handled so as to avoid cattle fever '
way officials and citizens of Fort My-
American grapefruit in England and tick Infestations are acceptable to
visiting Rotary Anna were entertained .
ers for several weeks in regard to ob-
the Fort Rotary Scotland, reports Edwin Smith, for Georgia when used for packing or
by Myers I
SAVE ROYAL PALMSIS GIANT DEVIL FISH taming a right of way and depot site
Anna at luncheon at the Rlvervlew. eign representative of the United bedding; in shipments from the tfekl there. Sites and rights of way at the
States Department of Agriculture. l infested and quarantined areas. '
hotel
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other points have already been -
'n.. dlnln' .room and tables had I MRS. CECELIA P. DEUBIQ Although London is the center of "Native excelsior or other new mill SLOGAN TAKEN cured. C '
\ I CAUGHT IN GULF
been mada very attractive. Mrs., grapefruit distribution In Europe dir- products a
George E. Hosmer and Mrs. Al C. A recreational campaign for Fort ect shipments have been made also to "Hay, straw bagasse and similar I The above Associated Press dispatch
Williams, as wives of the president Myers, is the object of the visit here Glasgow and Liverpool. material grown and baled outside of UP I received on the Press second
and the pant president of the Fort of Mrs. Cecelia< P. Deubig. who will The wholesale trade in cities like the tick-infested or quarantined area BY CITIZENS MEASURES 26 FEET quota could not be verified from official

Myna Rotary club, sat side by side cooperate< with Miss Barre Prltchett. Manchester and Birmingham have and shipped there-front is cleaned and sources. The Press does not
"at the head of the table. About them executive secretary .of the Lee county stated to Mr. Smith that three years disinfected cars. Such materials must vouch for the story but publishes It
were grouped the wives ot the visiting welfare federation. Mrs. Deubig; arrived ago only the fancy fruiterers in the be handled fat{ alt points in the infested !Stately Tree thing Way I t. itulldiai Ten.. Captor* Lag ark'' For Three for what it may be worth
presidents and the speakers. Mrs. In Fort flyers today and Is better shopping districts were customers and quarantined area so as not to Operation. Hill Ke Heart; Estimated:! Wright
Hosmer briefly welcomed the visit charmed with th etropical beauty of for grapefruit. During the become infested with ticks. renamed 4,000 1'oHSdt

ors... Responses were made by Mrs the city. pasts' winter the small green grocers "When hay, straw,, bagasse are 'used 1
Haskens and Mrs. Jf. 0, Sebrlng otSebrlag.'Mra. Mrs. Deubig, who Is the only woman have been putting In the fruit in response owner or shipper must make affidavit "Save our royal palms" is..a slogan Measuring :26! feet seven Inches CHEVALIER AND COLLIER
flash and Mra Freeman Red Cross life saving representa- to demand from both of Avon Park Mrs. Whittle of Ire In the United states has In the suburban residents. nate in the tick-infested and quarantined ;of commerce. Mr. Hendry went to the weight of some ..ttOt) pounds, a devilfish
Bartow and Mrs. Skipper of Punta last three years given Lite-Saving Instruction Some very fine fruit has been received -- area and that It has been so office of the trade body' today and : was captured In the CUlt yesterday ROADS PROGRESSING
Gorda.. Fort Myers speakers were to hundreds ,of people in from Florida, and there is con-I handled since shipped into the tick- agreed to be one of a number each which is believed to be one of :

Mrs, Burt, who talked 'on, civic improvement every part of the country. She Is an siderable preference for this as I Infested and quarantined area, as to I contributing $10 towards the pur- the largest ever caught in these wa 1
Mrs. Moseley whose subject effective speaker and wherever she compared with that from South Af prevent infestation with the cattle chase of any royal palm which is to

was "a Fair and a Square peal." ;foes Is In demand at Rotary and KIwanis -' rica. Grapefruit from Arizona; is"also I fever tick." be taken up and. perhaps, removedto ters.After having; 17 rifle shots and five "The Chevalier corporation now
.s : 'and Mrs. Ballent D., who proved that club luncheons and other civic, well liked because It Is seedless and some other city. harpoons poured Into it the fish tow- has two crawling dredges working. '".
and social sweet. Although some customers likea These palms are to be transplantedIn launch for three hours .be
\ .' .. possible to make a speech gatherings. I ed a large )one a one-yard dipper was unloaded -
1.:: It.without was a._. subject The Bolts Well known as a distance swlmnifer, russet fruit the trade preference Is PROPOSED POOL city parks or school grounds ac- I tore it was possible to kill It. George the day I left Miami" Capt. J., K. .....-
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if ft""" .l8ten.dalaty'> and sweet TSs1 their n4-e.n Instructor-} betarp.ehe--ewtrei' : s ongly In-favor of brighta...n4- sis** cording to the wishes.of the authori. Kuhns president of the Bankers' Jaudon stated to the Press tods}. -
contributed much'tn the pleasure Red Cross work, Mrs. Peubig iui* had 'running SO and 91 to the box.: ties.: _- T,!e"Cct, or Der Moines nd-.J." B.- "We-wxpet1 to reach' tb."ce.My tin.*
1 i music -affair did Miss Mildred wide experience at summer can.a.1 A few British! fruit distributors pre In addition to giving his $10 Mr. Green, capitalist and Major E. S. by January 1st with a good. travel- '
the .
Of as TQ BE
ERECTED
Williams by her sweet young coke In :beaches and swimming pools. She t ir l advertising grapefruit through posters Hendry further agrees; to take up.I Butler of the same city with guide able road, later to be converted' 'into\ I
"_ thoroughly familiar win the swimming -: and the daily newspapers but grapefruit move and transplant any such royal and harpoonlst, were the fishermen a veritable; boulevard." _
song, regulations and methods in use J advertising U not receiving the palm without! any expense to the city. who at last dispatched the sea mon Capt. Jamdon was here wit' 's T
.. The luncheon Mrs. began with and an ended invocationby at such places and la roivluceJ that attention that It should receive in ON RIVER BANK The chamber of commerce will be ster. It was so large and unwieldy party of friends on their way' 'ta
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with .Campbell Ann Song. drowning is prevehtab.c A safety Great Britain*. Mr. Smith says. 'the I'I. glad to hear from other public spirited I that after cutting out the harpoons Naples and other points south and taO;
a rollicking. Rotary Bollck and system can be devised tJ meei tae Fruit Trades Federation is spending men who believe the royal palms and photographing their catch it was very enthusiastic over the prospects ,
Clinton
i Mrs. Harley, Mrs needs of any locality woera drowning: approximately $150.000 a year In its Sand Boxes For kiddies! and Canoe should remain in Fort Myers to lead allowed to drop back: Into the bay. of *a early completion of the Tsnj-.,
Mrm. Al C.. Williams .the committeeIn'charge now takes Its toll. .hj says. It Is "Eat More Fruit campaign on oranges / PatHless Included !I. beauty to the landscape. Mr. Kuhns, who has fished In all faint Trail. J

were' congratulated of enthusiastically the- part of the'work of the American Red apples, bananas and other Plans I parts of the United' States and Canada ,.' With a one-yard dipper and a two- t.
OB the success cross to help communities install fruits and this Is Indirectly Increasing Coral Gables Bus states that be has never found I'thirds yard dipper at 'Work toe.speed' ,
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luncheon such a system. This Is one o! the grapefruit consumption. Advertising Fort Myers Is to have one of the I better fishing than U afforded 'n Lee);of work on the Monroe county: : part of x
5 the visitors
.5 Following the luncheon Leaves With LoadThe
5- ways Mrs. Deubig declaresla, which: contributions however, are on best swimming pools in the country If county waters. | the road will be practically doubled, r-
were taken, tor a- drive about the organization is steadily lowering; the basis of 1 cent per package on all present plans go through and. according I The Chevalier corporation's road will
the City of Fort Myers, shown someot the country's death rate from drown fruits Imported and the present con to chamber of commerce officials following took the"Coral PRTI'T FUANKLIN ARMS be a sixteen-foot wearing surface-
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the most' attractive spots In this ing. tributions from grapefruit receiptsare all arrangements have been Gables bus this week for the East I which conforms with other puts of f t.

section and then taken to Crescent The National Life Saving Corps of ,not great enough to Justify special made'and plans are being drawn up coast: Mrs. Florence Sheridan;; cleveland i Mr. and Mrs. E, P. Harmon entertained the road. ',.L.3 ('
F beach. where those who desired took the American Red Cross now has posters and window strips for this for this innovation 0.; Walter C. Bents. Fort My several friends at a dinner Dade county I Is trying to arrange i
S i'' a swim and all enjoyed light retreatments. more than (5.000 members. A rigid fruit. The pool Is to be of concrete, SOx ers;; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Morton Fort Party given at the Franklin. Arms with the State Road department to 1
.' Nelson's/ casino servedthe test Is required for entrance including If the American grapefruit Industry 100 feet. large; enough to care for 1Iyl'rsJr; and Mrs. E. J. Matthews. Last evening. The dinner was servedon take its $1SO,000.00 which was raised

; refreshments and everything was a thorough examination on the could arrange for a speclaj advertising several hundred people. There will be Fort Myers; F M. Loudermilk. Fort I a tastefully decorated table placedIn by .. bond Issue and complete Its part I

f. ; excellent' applicant's ability to meet., any ordinary fund. Mr. Smith says, the Fruit beach edges with sand'' boxes for the I Myers; James A. Turner' Hazard.: the hotel lobby. of the trait Capt. Jaudon says that f .
I; The party'got back from the beach water emergency and to rescue Trades Federation could administer kiddies. The pool.wt11 be an extension I Ky.;, :Mrs.! T S. Eaton. 'fort Myers; I''I Their guests were Dr. and Mrs. the thing most seeded Is to tare the t '
r about- p. nv and all got ready forf people in danger ot drowning the money In an effective manner toward from the Caloosahatchee and the :Mr.! and Mrs. H. J. :Armstrong, Pitts- Farnum. Mr. and Mis. Harry LayV trail recognised as a. state control

..S the Rotarians and Rotary Anna dinner -- Increasing grapefruit consump water will be changed- constantly.- I burg Pa.; L M. Webster Muncie.I'! cock Mr., and Mrs. I. E.f! Foxworthy, road an dput under supervision of the .: ;
it the ,JTanklin Arms. At 7 p, and lion The Federation Is working In There will .be bathhouses anda Ind.; H. A. -Stovall. Bowling Green. Lynn Foxworthy Mrs. M.. Hill. Miss state road department. 4 t
clever stunt well
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f m,' to the tune of Td Rather Belong Bill and'the waiters ."managed by close co-operation with retailers In canoe pavilion and boat house facing; Ky.; E. N. Taylor. Memphis. Tenn.; I! Flossie Hill and Mrs Hal Norwood. la Collier county. Capt. Jaadea J- ;;.
I 4.*' RoUry" the 100 guests and fifty Great Britain, so.. that a good opportunity the river. I W. S. Fann Leesburg, Fla.; Mrs.Dr..i I Mr. and Mrs. Harmon will soon stated the two Bay City dredges are .-.
Fort Myers Rotarians* and Rotary I President George Hosmerof the exists for .American distributors There will be a large number of G. A. Longbrake; Fort Myers, I]leave Fort Myers for their 'northern busy and making rapid progress 'I'M : :'
t 4 Anna;entered the Franklin Arms dinIng local Rotary club Introduced as the to reach the entire retail trade canoes kept on hand at all times. In The bus also took on a party of five borne class of road being''constructed: is ex- "
room and took their places. The toastmaster' past president Ora E. through the Federation. addition to the bathing pool and at Arcadia. \1 ceCent and It has a rock foundation,. j !

t t' Hag address was, given by Bill Chapin who immediately cot busy canoe pavilion there will be a dancing FORD IS SUED j Capt. Jaudon' was one of the e tom.:
r: Creevey. and was followed by the and started something. 'The R. N. Bridge Party isDelightful pavilion also 50x100. which will TASK ADVERTISES CITY I iginal exponents pi the value of i
J: i 'singing ot America.. George Hosmer Crewe, consisting of Orria Davtson. permit a large number of people ,to I FOR $1,000,000 road from Fort Myers to Miami and
t. .. gave the.vocation using the prayer Walter Bowles. Bill Sparklin. Bill AffairMrs. dance at once. The water tank which stands 120;I bide fair to live to see.and. enjoy his. .
from Ben Hnr.t After one course of, Creevey and G.: H. S. Rollason gate Seats will be arranged on the or- feet above the earth near the fire de- : IR,. The JUMelata4 Pleas) dream come true \\i
s i dinner .had been ,served a stunt wad some stunt singing which kept everybody H. B, Iloyer was hostess Tu der of a grand stand and covered to partment headquarters has been repainted I i DETROIT. April .%%.Henry Ford t
.. pulled that looked for a minute as |tn a happy frame of mind. esday afternoon at an Informal bridge protect the occupants from the ele- i and lettered. The letters are and the Dearborn Publishing Connpany itE.nw'T. ).
J1 .though*there might be,ao dinner. af.t" When the dinner was almost over party at her pleasant home on ments. There will be plenty o( park? : on three sides of the tank and can be I were named defendants In aI Tr&KET WILL. : :
;: ter a1L';, Bill Sparkllfi one of the 'R. hunger strike was called by Sergeant Park avenue. Nine bridge tables Inc space for cars and all things for read from any road or railroad coming I I million dollar suit brought by Aaron J1P13C3E KL1TIOXS. ,

; ; ,N. crew** 'objected to one oj the at Arms. Bill Harley who declaredthat were filled all afternoon while a the pleasure,. comfort and con' .. waiters spilling "some water on his the food was rotten butthat, he number of guests arrived In time for of the public will be provided II The legend neatly printed on the defamatory nature to ehla character LOXDOX. April .A-dispatca to- 1:
t., coat .''sleeve and proceeded to roast had prepared 4 cold lunch and U the tea which followed the games. At The front of the grounds on one sides reads; "Fort Myers, 60,000 In I appeared the Dearborn Independ- the-Exchange Telegraph from Constantinople ;
K the waiters until they all walked out folks wanted a little more to eat he the card tables; the pleasant rivalry. of the main thoroughfares of the city 1930. City of Palms." I lent, charging him with being one of says the Turkish ", gov- JoI4.
: .... .of ,ta.-cUalnc room and It requiredthe would siee that U 'was served. Bill resulted In prizes for Mrs. Masters will be made into gardens and the Flood Rights are arranged to make I a "conspiracy of Jewish bankers who ernmeat has decided to .renew 41)le-' ;.
Combined persuasion of the' pre Harley and his assistant did their Mrs. Boyd. Mrs. J. E Ilendry Mrs. buildings- will all be of the Spanish I I the signs easily read after nightfall.!seek to control the food market. matle ,"laUO.I with Japaa,' It.... : ',,!
I* >ldent';and several others to get the work welL After"the' song .Rotary Tanner Mrs. Parkinson and Mrs. type. This ''pool.'an4 other necessary i Sapiro Is the originator the plan appointed Bonlons.ol, Bey. charge:' .'_-t4'affar1I.t
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t- waiters back on their Jobs. It was a (Continued on Page 7) Blake. features will eoatoyer 100000.00 and IUTCII COLOSY) TO BE OIL BASE f of cooperative farm marketing. ._ Tokto. .H-'i-: '
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( The hostess was assisted during the fUnd. for its construction hive \ ---- .
-' : the afternoon by her sister Miss been arranged for. It is stated I THE HAGUE. April 24-The ,bu4- ">' : '
; '/ill, f,: 24Q9@.Aliens; Land In America Calahan and by Mrs. Boyd Mrs. Alderman : Should things go through as plan get estimates of the Dutch colony of Lee County Welfare Associatta* : '
III I this will be of the greatest Curacao for 1925 are accompanied'' I
Mrs. C. ,F. Miles. Mrs C. M. ned one
For Year
V ;& EaehMont6'OgicialRecordsShowntft Foxworthy, Mrs J. E. Hendry. Mrs. attractions outside of climate and i with an official memorial of projects Report GiveR t t9 City ,=
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Donald Bass and Miss Elizabeth scenery that Fort Myers,possesses. designed to make Wlllemstad, an Important I I .,... ,
:, G -:-- Miles. --e-- ---i world port It Is proposed to .
'*,' April, ZlWIa the Washington and West"Virginia bad a erect mammoth' refinery the Statement covering welfare activities ,.Oft-O. the darkened 1 borUon eta
''ii 'r V' :rWASHINQTON;\ The Hoyer home alwa1traiUTe SOLONS FRO\mON at -on i
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their of the Lee County Welfare Federation faltering _
!, )" first eight months operation- the preponderance of English among wen beautiful'beyond description Caribbean Island and to make, the existence or aonetbne
: '):' *. 'immigration act 189.IOJ'aliens, newcomers., __ yesterday afternoon by the' 'simple, SALARY.INCREASES port oae' of the largest fuel oil basesin from April 1st. ItU to,.April l t192S viewing the broken spirit of tired ..: 1.\t
'.lij..i.' representing many races came! to Alaska,. Minnesota. Montana,. North the"world. fnnrtinning with the cooperation and< care 'worn mother, ODe U .Isai .
but artistic arrangement, of a. profusion '
;! >'::1-*. -. -j ..rtca.., shoresTThls shows an average Dakota and Wyoming,found majority and Br T'. AMOTtate Preut of tBlrt>- lx social enaal UOIt.. pressed with! the hope. of r a bllta-! ,'
: of carnations, gladioli '
; i l.t v -* .-, t 'rf a little_uDder 24i0od a month., of their immigrants Scandinavians ferns TALLAHASSEE April%%.-Appropriatlen COLORED' BOYS DROWN under the supervision of the ,AmerU Lion when contemplating; the slrMttfein : ..
,.f i v New i ork state got U.48ISof; the la. i Arizona. Louisiana, Nevada. New bills carrying heavy increases can NatinBal\ Red Cross and perpetuated force In orgsnlted commuaity.V- :
Y';; l",F' 'ImMlftanu; California IMlOj Illinois Mexico and Texas the greatest Influx of salaries and for other put Two: colored boys aged* seven and by the ratted;efforts of the City fort.'Wltst nope rstllatis trout nlr :

"' 1.. ,.} ,...{- Massachusetts 20,450; Mlch- was,of Mexicans.. Connecticut MalDeiNew' ;' THE WEATHER poses; will''encounter strong oppe.ittion t- eleven, waded ''In water too deep for of ,Fort Myets Florida and the County i l[ .lUe4 source of laterest-and'wtet : i.. .
a igas.ldll2f ,1Vew; Jersey 7.77; Ohio Hampshire' Rhode .bland'aDd' -- when they reach the floor of the them about four o'clock- Tuesday afternoon of I.ee..hereby ,submitted to the otter despair waeo there h no_>teid .
: -_" ": IHI ( asylvanla 10, 7J; Texas 'Vermont'aUr 'eted,FreDch'ln greatest ;u-. Highest temperature' house, according to'the sentiment of I and were drowned. city through Isor: A, IV Cutter ma..1 available i Ii.a .
",' 1 Washington state 'TJ03,. numbers and Delaware and New York e yesterdayv 91 the members of'that body; The bodies have not as yet been ;er-oT the Ct'y pf Fort Myers I FU" j ] the orfaabltttos' of u.. Rd.ta \.

: 1.; Igrallon bureau "survey found that the Irish sought their' ,borders Lowest temperaturelast A resolution introduced today by : recovered. The "names, .of. the boys It.is not the purpose of the Fedcration -: tie_ of social nie.cee Fort Myent sad ,
I'a .Alabama Arkansas, Colo- greatest' throngs,. ..Icht.U.. Representative Weeks of Holmes, could net be learned i.. present for review the minuterdetaif Lee county hate Willed aowe of it. _
'C } rya _ia,Illinois, Indiana; Iowa Despite the Japanese. exclusion pro Rainfall. 24 bra. to places the house *n record as opposed 'tnvoleed In arriving at a totalUly eeatra Used aed -f'oeewtrate4' if96zt:
ntueky, Maryland.Mustsarl. vision.,4J8 Japanese were admitted, n* + g.a. m. ins .,..,,, ._o to the enormous increases the appropriations TIES FEET AM .Jnus of f'tfortc7' -r'ed' over' the period a bracing shoulder fr the 'fU*4 '
,, Nebraska w.Jer. students. and professional men,: Wind direction NE committees are prepar. *. of this year; Dui to" present' te ce-> mother, a Uy..r aveJtak pus) fR- j,
Oklahoma., Pennsylvania !tNo ;immigrants were recorded ;:as Wind. vet miles vS ing for submission according: to Information By :The AM riat. .4 rasa) deased form'.tle culmination e< the toe" awed an4 ilipen "", art a coast- "'

U; .ta'Utah and Wisconsin going'to the Philippine Islands..Nevada Sky, .o..r..l. = ,_,.sClear la the public -press. VIENNA. April 22..*Mademoiselle year** activity, including la snail n report stag spring, of .kaw l.T'yest>4 seuMa.
g MBS> than any,'other :showed:the,least number of alien BarometerJ0.1>> ( Among the billa'ap ,odafor final i Cuno-( 'Japanese pianist west to the .an under current of a..t...t.lar advice and guideace '
;0 r' -tUrIIa their borders. :newcomers, 6C.'the,Virgin Islands received consideration in both'' houses Is on', roof of. berr hotel here. tied, net the less forto *te ..4-more.: *.......- ANMl1ac" its'l.ltbaa ..... _

.r J N .i..$..;Idaha, Massa- i the lowest number- 'outsklcontlnental Florida: generally" fair tonight aid requiring the reading of theBible.is;: .,, ankle together' and then leaped U' sate who core' witlria the .borders" ef .ibe.torwofa. Uttllt .....--. pilrtk. ;,

l'r r ''......... !4orth. OarOLw : United> States,,with only. Thursday, Moderate. 'past* and southeast the public schools; and th Jree:|exl, the street" .and was, Instantly kitted oar 4ty and county. > v :As.Loektag .; .... awl 'with M Httie ke*. tsar tile .

: .t te.th Carolina, 'Tennessee.I C."Alaska- ,had. but 52" immigrants' -.. ...winds.. __ ...; ___._ book bill <4.: : ,- Thereason: forthe(,. act U unknown. In, as an 1. iw lima :_ .
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fQt't': MYERS; HATRED.OF THE SOUTH I ';'- THAT GARDEN I i I COb ZING EVENTS..* ., .-

Loved. Dallj-.. ( .) Vt'tJ e fryn Bofldlax, 111..Jack I ; : 1'rdn ...lIl1, T..atl.'ft'ontl. ,: '-.
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-aoa Street..Fort Mler florid_ *. > The'' club will >;..,
Kiwanis :
; In the'.Monday'issue, of the Chicago Tribune j - -..- Port :MyerS '
I vxr s PREsS 1'g\ an editorial which take a slam at Florida and i "- meet at the Franklin Arms at lZW:<

FORT-MYERS ; Incorporated t our'imnd defames the state in which t 1 Po ," o'clock. ,
GEOlW&* ; o[ a manner I .
.1. llOSJifcH Publisher aid General )( 5
: mg's houl4.be\ re4 by reason of the "s )l rcc] l ) t T"d- ; :;

.. Cun d a* second etasfl matter March, 14. UllXt tit the \;irherice it came" I '' e Y4t11QI0W ku,61af.,
fflo. at Fort My r.Florida. nnrter tile Act of March .. 1K. t i "V1' 1NH I A regular meeting of thechamber board) of
The Tribune says' all kinds of mean things } r t ABouTTAs? ,tl" of cominerce -
t ouit4.d afr w9ek17 cwcpuper on Itovcraber XX. 1I4 tad a. I governors of
? .&t q\y\ oa Mtrch 14. nil. T- bout us accusingalmost! everything except mur- WIFE WANTS TO will be held l at the cbambe'st.tfice
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d ler' : and we would no attention to this 7:30: mA full attendanceis
.MEMBER OP THE J.SSO IJ.TED.PKESi pay unwarj j!i >uls ciao oErt I I at : p.
anted defamation of Florida did it not
-H 'The AModaUd t>rna II ejcluclvely; entitled to thercpttUtcaUon 11M for } ox A tl fcE Two { desired. ___________ w
Ot all sews dlspatcht credited to U or act other- t wo distinct points which we think the people of Foulp,4TCH "
wl. credited b rein.i j{1>.i thin newspaper. sad alao,- the local news poobe..bK Florida and the South should know. I BY i Does Your Back Ache?
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+a44e"fP4"4ml'it ,\ tlss..;:et. 'vpecU" 'dlptcb h.... ar. First it is a known fact that the Tribune is i Bad Bacle Bring *uff !nr; t. goof F.

-.. : : BtJBSCJun1CW> EtTE3 CJ ne of' the' few' remaining papers of the country i I'ortMyers Folks ...
IL.' : Lee..- Center Charlotte Cmuida' LM Collier Charand.l1.4ry which has not recovered from the Civil War. They Ya ..
U CountteeOhe tou and Hendrr Couatl ire the outstanding breeders of hatred between dull constant backache y.
Month r- T 0eJ One :Month 5 among I' la that
r : '\ .Tire Month'.,-L r .'d. the North and the. South and are adding 'making you old and miserable? Dow
: JofoDtbamt.n Six': : Month l.s i
U>e : > Q.. tau,_ .,, 63l3h.w.eky' fuel} to the fire by frequent editorials denouncing| i your back throb and ache until it
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;t Port Mrer Preu On. Tear ,_fl.DO he t;, South Simply because Chicago has lost a few i seems you Just can't keep going! and Do -4

4 h The 'YeyLtFOI1 Paw Six Month -UI (>If her prominent men who have invested in \ f you suffer headaches ditty spells tired '.,

.. ,, Southern) real estate and moved here to make further GOSH! THIS S A BIGGER \ I urinary disorders; feel weak. kid

.... ;SUSTAINING, MEMBER : investments. The fact that the Tribune l BACKYARD THAN t T40'JGMT and worn-out? Then look.serious to your kid- ''
.;, IT ALL MAR?- CP\ CCVLO7K / neys. Delay may mean
-;;' 9\+ 11EDITORLAL nocks the South is a boost for us, because people WAS Use Doan* Pill-a
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.!=; : N T10NAl in Florida, Chicago and other parts of the I AND pr 1hE tt S' ,1 stimulant ney !sickness' diuretic! to the kidneys. a

'!. c., : 192 United States know what is behind the Tribune's I ;rSt7dn. 7 ))oak's are recommended by Fort My-
.: 1925ASSOCIATION' activities against the South and Florida-just a folks. ;
ers
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i ..' .l'. plain case of "sore head," probably because some I W. A. Grosan. sign painter, 163

..,.:i.v Member Southern Ne11IPAper PnbUiberi'i AiiocUUoB. of[ their uncle's grandfathers were killed in the I 1 Garrett St.. Fort :Myers, says: "The
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; .; '. )(Member Florida Press Aiioelatlon. Civil war, an incident which has long been forgotten // turpentine fumes weakened my kid-
.' .' '' )(ember'I1Qrld.; Allocated DaDJei by most of the true Americans of the present 4 hL neys and caused lame bade* Morn

.:..,'. ..,".-v Member- ... .S. u.., Florida. fren' Aisoelatloa. day and. time. \ ; ings I was tired and when I tried to
> .. t4. Another reason is that the Tribune in scoff eHmb.a ladder a pain took me In the
;:. : Florida the "fake" real I _: small of my back and I could hardly
,! Wednesday, Afternoon, April 22, 1923:) ing at about gambling secretions passed
The kidney
estate and other objectionable things should re- P.h\ : t nioye.
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and burned .
J too. often .
memberHhat Chicago has not been officially tithe
I :' ;'. coals. I read about Doan's Pills ia +
'.. mI.E'TIOUGHT' FOR TODAY named the of the universe. Chicago ; !
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4 '' AS av Mother's ,Comfort:-As 'one comes very near toHaeing the most wicked city in o"" How 7k -" ::", paper "

it' whom his mother'comforteth/so will I the whole; world, not excepting cities of uncivilized a GeTs lA'S' WAY... ExPlCu}{' ,: was 60c cured.at all dealers. Foster-Miiburn
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ii' :' comfort )"ou. -Isaiah. .66: 13. ( nations, and if the Tribune will\ find anything -. Wt lb SPADE. UP a TEN Co.. Mfra, Buffalo N. Y. .
GU'l
: going on in Florida] which is not going on in Chi- ',. -:. '.
:.I ;-- I cago on a larger scale well] be willing to admit :.. .: .;=. ACRE'MELD/. ',; LAM: BRINGS: : $130ooo.

.. THE- FORT. -' MTEES. '. FEES. PLATFOBM that it is nearly.time for Florida to look about for I !" .,.. .- / ;'
... :i;; '': 111'. some manner of reform. The Tribune should ':. .....:li-.6)... \ / 6";:.. < :: .' =; 1 Bafldln and Loan A, oflaUOL' ." :.raI .... ," LaBelle which belonged to a
sweep around its own door before trying to'"butt ..", ,. .! \\IdV.P : 'i": <:...... tl j\I'![ north of
a)l;?::; vbA: if ater' Softening Plant, for JI..ltlpal.W.te into"- affairs of the rest of the country. Their i ignorance ''' "' \ r' ", syndicate of Farina. Ill. men baa
.sfiUna :"l... -- : : been sold to Brainerd & Company, of
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.. "" ; is refreshing and their slams at the Southare ".. J";:::' ---- -=- '-
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aid Minlctpal Aidltorlom. ;; --- New York for a consideration: ;
1 \ ': : : l 1TatetPyon4.rUhidPtrk indeed silly and unfounded. : -
I .,.'. .., : also should turn backward, I I .;. -_ I $13:: .0 through
I .. ', Biter Front BonleTWd.- They \ by C. T. Wade who returned yesterday -
their files for the last few and the
years see frcm LaBelle where he had been
...j, Free Bridg to Cmeent: Beaca. greatest criminal records in history made right with representatives of Brainerd &
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: : Deeper River Caaaael I. t. Provide Entrance. for i To pursue the ball.
i under their nose.. Chicago holds the record for CROSS WORD PUZZLE *' A' ;.os. Company.
: Fails win
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:f- :.Oeeaa Cola g Tes *J.l I 1' I
the most vile riot the most foul murders and "
race Writing fluid. f
c': of Lee County's System of Roidi. ?
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enough from their favorite sport to side
the most damnable real estate deals ever pulledin Baseball fans may turn away long All balled up. Stepping one never gets you
6' Completion>! Tamlaml( Trail aa4, Fort. MyewPaim -; the history of the World. see what they know about baseball w hen its given to them in puzzle: form.: any nearer to the front. -- -.It I
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)1 --: BeantincatloB of Highways InetodlBff Planting,of Physicians thyself- 12. See picture.Hawaiian bird.IA I When, a man Is full of himself there',% '
) I J 4 S Y 10f I$ 36. Yellow .
Clear g '
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coeotnnt falou. Isft.
tot muck
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PAY OF AMEJHPAN WORKERS >Ja3CUifle pTO.DOun.tl.
} e-;CratyaBft} (ratianiaivftf Uo;"t' rtJm. along( ,
MtGrfgor Boulevard. PnnU'Bana. 13 Iq See picture. i 42. Assisted by rest of team. ..
I 23. At bat- 46. You and 1-
,''Eafl't.ed! }: ,to'Eart.Coatt.,, The International Labor Office at Geneva
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:. +5 w 17 t9 251: See picture. 47. White plume of heron.
I . Switzerland shows that workers in America .
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" ". LICENSE LAWS are 28. Measure of area. 48. To. rob.
,STUPID: earning about twice as much in food purchasing 20 5l aa, S s4 1Si r 29. Drops of fluid from the eyes. 50. Musical note. VV

1 I.' power as workers in London. 31. More capable (a la Babe Ruth). 51. Hence. '

.,The rather irritating practice' of Marylan] .. Taking, London as 100, index numbers of Iui 32. Sun god. 50. Chickens. :
\ '. and several other states to the North :In declinJng :some other cities are as follows: Philadelphia, = = i-t: = : 37. Civil. 54. Note in scale.V i

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is' 1214i Ottawa, 173 89 as a. a, 2at 38. Sixth musical note. Atmosphere.. }
to honor Florida automobile tags causing ; ; Amsterdam, ; Berlin, 55; Z7 zn 140. .. .
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I thousands ? ;of: law-abiding, Americans, enroute :Brussels, 59; Milan, 46[ Lisbon, 32; Paris, 73; t Bone. 59. Beverage. .
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instruments. .
41. Sewing 61.
. t Preposition of
Rome. 46: Vienna 47.
home from the Sunshine State untold.inconvei: '
j 1 44. To slip home. 63. Point wot
ttxs compass..
y 'ienceYande: : >mbarrassmeritThe., practice indcates" The British working men are much more, T

either. the presence insurmountable ,red strongly organized than in any other' country i as ; Outbursts of Everett True ;., By CondoMOM'NPQP

; tl Ape in'tuf laws:-of, the. jpf fending; :states ,or :just with the.possible exception of Germany, where it !I ,y oR s9 4o M,
i. "' plain, "bonehead" enforcement of regulations that will be noted that the purchasing power' of work- 'j 31 f V:THA'T s R:.K t'''9S' \ r rII

t, .were certainly never. intended to. give the states era is about\; half of what it is in London. Philadelphia ]. j ,M6,1e\lCSRe.'Tl';" ;.

"" the'"blackeye" that. they. are fast .attaining is not a highly organized city;'neither is Ottawa i! zri YEgTtS OPM 2lPAToC .
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tourists. I
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; peoplein those cities far ahead morel :: 44 447 4s.I { UROPE.. ... 'He- ,
'Whether isle/fnlt'ilea, in fife l lawn,or iitMn: ,- ) are of the I.high,1y'.organized I. I .

i intelligent i! :'enforceraentjof! the:statutes the fact places. Figures for 'Russia are'I' 49 SP 54, sa s3 54 : ; !';' V
reniains.rtthat' damagerto/.thje// will of the not given. wIt iSa pity. In Russia everybody is : ---

done which organized.. The working people are so highly organized ss 57 a 4. 4 .4
.commanwealthaaffeeedis; being h
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.) 'mounts into, thQIJWds.oJ14? } <<\ ) rs,'-' there thai if they; strike they are taken'f'
', out and shot by order of the union of) communists bA .. I.r ,
thatihave.
Tourists these
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Organization is;> pretty good thing but .
some- "
l states on their way,to and from. Florida will take times there is too much of it.-Manufacturers'\ w s ===-.----==- 1 t j ;

....' pains to search 'for a more friendly route next News, Chicago.: 'ti :

season.! The .thousands. o?.dollars'. that. they spend Ii

C' 'enroute will, go elsewhere.Mottling '. SUMMERFIELD SATISFIED IIOB1ZONTAL 26. Characters. ,t/i/
"lM .
r ( willdo more I harm than a too strict 1. See picture. 27. Dirty. -- i

I ). n d:8tup: !dlenforcementlof.state'.regulations i 'affecting 7. Ascended! laboriously to, top of 30., Rounded heap. of stones erectedas : ,'' -

6 << "' .. .v sjtors., They have a right"to expect fair We are glad to ]learn that one Florida town profession. Jf; I a memorial.VS. --- ((41 ;
G i tr tmelt.4 ,: ,if is satisfied with 13. Goddess ot; peace (umpires! pray : Plant mueh larger'than a shrub. s-= =
;; The money;,they"spend! or!gasolin ;, ,the recent work of the census ; : ;
for her) Jj. 34. Slender wire nail vsmall deep
r while enroute to Florida, helps build the roads of. enumerator--the little town of Summerfield. The 14. Liquid '
head.
that bees produce. round .
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Nay- :JS. Sea Picture. -
,' : t Maryland should I look" into/,her motor laws.) follows; j Mountain range In.kIT eastern 26. Worn out. .$... : 1 .

to; For they are'making her.-territory good place to We are great believers in giving credit ef )
it- .' a. to, Russia. 37. Having wings. ,'Ot4,. YOtt r eV2t Q- t = ...,
.. '; :- stay, .awaf HoII1J.1.! the minds' of thousands: ? ', ,o( ficiency.' In this case, it belongs to Mr. Laurie ;18,, Questions. 39. Black. 6YROP67c' g q
r:: :: :",' ;*-"--*-, '-r vjsitjing.states ?;, J Izlar of Ocala] who,was the.state census enumerator ]I Expression: of Joy. /*{\ 5 5SO. 42. :Not true. RGh1Nfl5 (4 o CVViZs c 1I '

: 1> ': ...." ,- He did his work ina: conscientious andpainstaking l1:! Blows on, the head : 43. To obliterate. j 51NCf: Tit ,

I" .;:.::\ ';--: ..;. \ |j(( A.BgCQKP f OS GAS manner and has given Marion Bounty! :82! Motive.: J| ; 41. One who cuts logs. {
,', i its :!U. Woody: stalk of plant. 49. Bottom of block. -
: t ye: or' 'just population. Further, he has shown that _______ "". I end pulley |
1 : : .t hbsewho< 52. Faithful ,
_. ; ; Seaboard depot, has a population 714; while I PUZZLE ANSWER j 53. Restrained from taking a base. _
gas industry when electnclty.} .began to eliminate 55. To xlsL'
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census of
gave case
'for inltioJ1.h'vt i been much '
;. gas 1JY ) : disilluspned.v the in: IS TAG. PALM HOP 56. Placed.
'* Pedro precinct; { 1920s the census taker gave r
\ 58. Rank.
% S _; : There was three'times as'much 'gas consumI it',19G something: ,like"sixty. odd' souls/but Mr. Izlar. gives R i T ; li ETHE AM:iOILEM TPs 1 I!6& Morindin dye. -

{ : :edin; Ionian Oregon;: in 1923 as'ih-1910; while ? T.WEN GE M.PAT j 61. Apart. ;;
..... Marion'county shows a population of'27"087. SAP_NA IEDL :)IBSTRrEET.E.SIHt 62. Ties score. = Cam.
: ... : .C, : number of jiseWlfncreased, almos four, timeBothconsumptioii s, _
'> a gain of 3119 over the 1920 census. LDU 64. Came In ball grounds.
: ; of, an4 number of userS
\ gas; ,
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'. ER AITII aT TERI $* Balls that look easy to catch
:. .; 'f bowed mjuch. ; ;'grellte'r increase. proportionatethanjjopulation. Each of the forty-eight policemen ted in I .. TOE AI I .. E YEBTICAL '
I ; : ; T AB'0' :). NET MISS I 1.
> Cincinnati for liquor law violation Ambition of every ball club (see
: put up a $10-,
=lo I e greatest increase; ,in.use of gas in' Port- bond.. Imagine forty-eight S RtPT.A. LE STIL picture). I
000 being
\ ,,. !Ian4isulce,1917haa, .beeft for house heating where in policement- ) I 0(-i R P S. NOR 31 2. Seventh note in scale. '.'
it is taking the place of.more costly, dirty.and in- position twenty years ,ago"to' put up $10,000 ARM ATE. ASH "NOG 3. Shank. t
;- :efficient.kinds of.fueL- The Portland "Gas and cash each.. And yet some people claim that prohi- ,RE _TR E. I"' .' 4. Feminine pronoun.
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.Coke Company pionee'Rditheatinghomes; with bition hasn't, accomplishe4anything{t'Marion 'E 5 T F EMS. ENTLE' 5. To make into a law. 6 -
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Men who relieve workers.
" '--'J.f": gas and.wa ( the first company in'' United! States ::;0'r

4. ; i to.,9rtpblisfc\\special ate Jorjhouse;heating.,
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."' "f/ffus dMipany also pioneered in:selling its se'curlth WATCfllN' THE !QIE. BY'TAYLOR. }1it1A. -

I. t ,: ::.; : to people:. residing-iacIthe.territory i u_ ;

: CGJKf4.bjks servicet Seven:years'ago 58 per .[) AN APPOINTMENT QI.Fp E STEP NOVM.LOOK WANT tlY G T .OIFFERENT poa6 -
:;'' 7. .i stockholders, owning 6&; p ent.of.i1 i To,.t'A\E) :$OM&: THI' 4A'II PLEASANTT 71iA[5,1, WRl] SoM 1haiG h1(1.iRAL AND UFEUK&OMe THAT THEMTrfe"l3THg PoSEr'F ;j
5 non-residents.. 7a 0 i t.oSt YJILLMAKe A BIG V TM AUWASS( MAKES A V
; '. ; 'j.I Joda f, ehs4ock fHOTo6RAPt8 TAXEt4 :MR.GLINNt MR.GtlNnl : THAT HJT
to 4,less. than nine pereeBtland-; ld' .rYs! MORMtNG ? ,,.,X.S k4 A, C EOEW) 1 MENBQ OF> vouR'r BG HIl'wt: H1AU.O'FMw

:.1" abeiltl acent of its stock. secnritiesthivebeesiabee l. a POKER GAME 1
p Its LAST NIGHT FAMiL 1 .F, 8 c' az
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, I ,,1\\ LAU" muit. i FLORIDA CLIMATE\ UNEQUALLED (Grandmother at 66 Still In Front ,i for the national championship born befoher re'i BIBLES I"DlSTBIBtTED, 15 CHCTASHANGHAI. ;

WRITES NORTHERN youthful opponent was yet ,
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f IN Rank of Women Golfers V' she triumphed fairly and incontrovertibly *'I' :
FEffll FARCE -- April 22.Slightly less :
By Comer Helm i only drawback to Florida in the Although 66 years of age. Mrs. Fox than 9.500.000 Bibles 'weredistributed V

/nine"I have been going to Florida for J summer is the mosquitoes. Perhapsone ,PHILADELPHIA April :22.!: -A elli 1'-rcsscd! to thocsands OIl's.: Fox continued -!,I does not look: it. She is rather statuesque throughout China in 1921,the report*
-,' Rrtkess! Romance,* Christie Hit, years and spending a portion of of the greatest aids to the ver-haired: grandmother> who qualified to qualify Since 195 she has i''I and robust. Her hair la gleam-j! of the America Bible Society show
Interpreted by an Extraordinary : each winter in that state .and I thick Florid boom is the railroads. Th yare for the: first omens' national golf j I filled only four times ia 1911-13, -23 J i ing white and no tournament of note I' The tour Is nearly 000.000 more
..:" fast more of it now than ,ever before: I building:; rapidly and their extensions championship: held in the United.!and "21, to gain admission to the select -I i lis complete without her. She i 1g extremely ( than the f receding. year The America -
&. _, This year I was in Palm Beach. are heard from,-\lit\ over the States in 1$93 still must be reckoned I t i 32. In 1923 she suffered an injury J' popular and her counsel is" V > --seetetjt cooperates !In China with ,
: If ya'te!! sensitive About laughing! I Eradenlon: St. Petersburg Tampa: state. Tbls is not true, of California. among the first :32 I women goiters of .hint. before the championship i eagerly sought> by younger players.! : 'I the British and Foreign Bible Society :."..
"out load at a mode: don't 'go to see and many other points. The change They raised $100,000 at Fort Myers this country. I Mrs. Fox has been national 1 finalist|" aadiha, 2.aUoaaI.; .Bible Society of 1 a
:"Reckless Romance" that has come, over Florida in the I Mrs Caleb F. Fox Wine aeU for ttree cents a quart,In,.. '.
: Welch the AJrdwne recently to help amuse the Seaboard of the Hunting J one pnd semi-finalist twice She penetrated -!' Soot1atid.i' ml *j ti; L. 3't
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004 thOUght. we.ad.l.8e you to see it could boast of nine years banding extensions and there is, anew a span of 30 years is -without a parallel spirited struggle She reached the :: '::
anyway, because yonll be so Interested ago and its population was J5 .t1l1t you wont know whether yon! The Jwo sections of'the city now .I south and some new cross' state sport. In that time Mrs. Fox has won Mrs. Fox has won the Philadelphia I i SEE COLLEEN MOORE i'
;c t' gave; a lOUd guffaw or a melodious! have 10,004 and they hare completed j 1| roads: being:; built all of which kill sectional and 'local championshipsmany championship! five times. 19t'2' 1903.
ripple I one boulevard extending from the]j open new sections' to settlers. This times and is still capable of 131:: 1911 and 1317 Two years ago in I: .j ?
l. This, AI ;Christie feature Is one of, city to the beach for 15 miles all l i has, been a great fruit season in winning: them a tournament: that attracted the coun
the- best farces that ,the screen has concrete. There is also a concrete Florida Orange!!: growers have been It was at the Meadow Crook Cla', try's le-iding stars to Belleair Heights IN '" 'rit1g \ .: t as
'-) ever had. I highway from Fort Myers !I Reading: Mass, in 1S95: that Mrs Fox I \t i'${ !1iJ' s
It is adapted from the' to Palm paid <4 per ,box for their valenciason Fla. where Mrs. Fox spends her winters v ,
Broadway laughing bit "What Your Beach, with 3 gun! of 2) miles un-j 1 the trees No frost worries forncrlda first qualified for the national championship she astounded the golfing world :: /5i' t
'Wife Dolngr* and is*teeming with completed which gives a stretch of I growers as is the case in Tha; was a comparatively} by defeating Mills Glenn Collett whoi =
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titles,, are positively :brilliant end ,a stretch to the north of Lake the mistake of shipping fruit green only 100 or 200 women golfers in the champion Miss Collett. young!I I SALLY source of laughs on their own ac. chobee Is completed! there "Okt'e-I I last fall: and this hurt their market I country In subsequent years how- and strong was at the pinnacle of),i ,
< count a shorjer route cf concrete from1!This Spring there has been a better I ever, when the number of players in- hr ability and fame )Irs. Fox was!: .

Briefly the story Is about a pair of Fort M>"ers to Palm Beach 1.51 I demand and th egrowers are doing I Just a veteran one who had qualified', :. ......,: I
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bf Jove who are forced numb to get stages a di- Tort Myers is equally so of all other I various other vegetables are making: On ,Heavy Trail jI I f- at The ARCADEMonda Y t.

force If they ere to Inherit Crandpa's towns and cities! of Florida. Sara- big money for the growers this season -i Favorite ..DishBft jI 'j-
millions. They elect hubby's best sota another" boom town' is being I Florida's strongest! asset however -. I
ti friend who has a girl of his boosted by Jcha R'ngHng of circus'' is its proximity to New York : :
.be co-respondent. They own to fame, and has Borne wonderful tae I com pi red California It is a 56 : >v Get the Music u. 1
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ways of being caught in a compromis- boulevards: and hotels equal l to the! hour run from New York while California -, V I j jIi .: .
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,.'. succeed in ,with getting Jthe result everybody that they in Florida pCsslb;y ha3 reached Its i f great feature for the people of wealth' I I WONDER WHATS BECOME\ J .
;; :wrong but crest of the boom but this is not and has brought myriads of the rich
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'.: ,One of the most brilliant casts ever increasing In values. The whole) i i and helped to promote the boom.! Uf f V :=! _
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tale. It Includes TRoy? this hilarious Datne ,room and tha advance In "valuta has,i where they talked in thousands a F : today. Only 35c the copy-a ticket to .;
,. been aaazin: ?. I think that Florida few years ago and the end Is not ?
Harry Mye ,
Wanda Hawley, Sylvia I I the show given with each sold..
Breamer. [has it all Over California in respect: yet. Wherever you go you see evidences copy 1
Tully Marshall Jack Duffy, I II 11
[to climate Tae summers are ideal: of wealth prosperity and extensions I
1 George Lincoln French.Plumer, Morgan Wallace and and not unbearably warm as many j New towns are springing : !: 359 copies late Music received ,this week. ,

Scott Sidney directed and have th-> Impression It's{ a 13 up all over tha state. Settlers are ar 1= .. Ii i'
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.' the next nightLUXURY This.Man\ Intends to boulevards its climate its fruit, its Meet King bolomon. heavyweighthampton I Here" we have Mike Ballerino., new t S ,r ir! '
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May or June 1913, I sent to you nation. Jack Renault. Bartley Madden. toorite. i>osttnie. outside of fighting, __ "Everything in Music"cw ,
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new rich, a famous lace-making concern Of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for sign. i .
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! I had lost and I feel like a new man The Prince of Wales was given a .
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uting of grass, which will ;be cared for, for five years from '.I, L.' :I /Yl La-Pile and Association which is at sent New willingly Orleans. octagon Is a handsome china breakfast cases and room double with > i

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be much higher than at present. With the <. .... """,<- .The: front appearance of this There is no "doll boose" planning ... ..,,..... C
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To to ., its combination of brick pillars aped It is simple) to bail 1U : ,
swiftly upward encourage you J *i Fences, Flagpoles. Flivvers and Flappers May AU Blush II and narrow tiding. It baa the cost Is. very moderate doe to the : f; -

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; BACK Commerce.Vom.n". Clubs. Rotary window grouping' and "French" able at the lumber yards all over x-i
sailors and college /
LOWER THAN TO OTHERS' r I to Clubs and civic bodies comprehe* H windows so popular. and pretty the country east of the Rocky f'1 1
MUCH ; boys to paint the town red give painting schemes and plans nowadays Mountains. The standard ot t St4V
but: ,now. if what we hear is correct for entire communities. Many But it strength for framing lumber 11 is the .
b I not only the exterior
If yso die to live in one of the finest residential.sections, r.f trod: it generally is) you can :have! communities are a disgnce and aa beauty but the exceedingly practical Yellow Pine of the Sooth. For '; t
I f5ur whole town painted red. or- eyesore to inhabitants and visitors inside arrangement which flooring, either flat grain with I its! '.
NOW rue so <
jet your hoHweite at MINIMUM_ COST SEE US sage chocolate*strawberry, or any not because: they are entirely un. -' X4One 1 doubtless has been responsible for beautiful figure or the narrow; !:
e ". other flavor your heart, desires painted-although that is the case: i the fact that more plans have been quarter-sawed pine, there is nothing 'r 1 1 +
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OUR i PROPOSITION TO BUILDERS. f: ., AU you do is get some paint here and there-but because they called for of this home than more suitable and economical
manufacturer on the phone and are painted in glaring disharmony of a series of fifty pretty other at the present time. The any inside for the moderate priced home. AW : I
make your wishes known. Three reds clashing with\\ greens, murky ; and well-planned homes which arrangement will instantly a matter of fact this high gradS r t
weeks later-lo. and behold!-your grays adjacent,; to light browns and ., have been shown to the public by draw the practical housewife's eye, pine flooring finds a place in buUAj l'. .
B grn\yell Realty Company4"BufliJag ;4 whole town Is.a. symphony in peachor the like. \ tbe Southern Pine Association the and at the same time she will see jugs of the most expensive type
XS lavender with everything painted "What we do is to make an intensive home here illustrated has been an possibilities; for beautifying to- because of its hardness and beaott. I ,"
-harmonizing harmonies and and careful investigationand ful color. Pine interior trim and ",
IIwiwMJmimiii overwhelming\ favorite. The demand terror at small expense. All of the
I contrasting contrasts survey of the entire town and for blueprints for this home rooms have complete privacy rotary cot panels cannot be ex
40M'AIN f ., I And when we say everything we then with diagrams and plans draw' coming; from every section of the opening on to a ball, not too long. ,celled for smoothness of surface
9REET dont just mean the fences and the up a comprehensive report and ecnntry, has suggested that its There are three entirely separate when properly prepared.. The re* .
I Bouses} --f or according to this grand artistic color scheme for all vtsable merits be presented to a wider bedrooms. This Is an Important suit is most attractive, and no :
and Selling FortJyers Every Day : J Idea everything from soup to nutsis objects. based on various community audience. If. as has been said by item In family life of the best doubt has been responsible to some -
\ inventoried and catalogued and characteristics. No charge ''one architectural authority this kind. and one of the bedrooms (the extent for the popularity of th
_ > marked with a number and paintedever'thlng la made for this service by the 'picture and admirable floor plan corner one) can be made a sleep lovely home so expressive. .at 1
y-.5 > from little OoUiewootsle's Sherwin-WUliams Co. It Is entirely American spirit. '
I represents the very best expression ing porch. The plan shows it is all
jcT i t SiA'5'' perambulator to the a civic function designed to as- of the true home-feeling glassed in. And three bedrooms
smoke stack on the Non-Skid Door slst, civic organizations in the beau-" which characterizes the average always makes a house readily sale- If you' want some good ideas
Ii i it Knob Co. factory. That's the kink tlflcaUon of communities through American f racily today, is '"just ab,:. There are plenty of clothes and suggestions for your new
-to paint everything in sight in local master painters and dealers. homey all over then it gives especial closets and cabinets: for every horns write the Southern Tin* ;
the color that's right *This Decorative Service Is also Interest to the question of pose. The kitchen is planned along Association New Orleans La. f-.
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-A: new idea in paint service" extended upon application to Interiors why this house has achieved men the most modern "cabinet l kitchen" Department 60. for a free copy .., t f
said an official of the Sherwin- of homes where color schemes popularity.> It is only one among lines and .pens out to a good size of th..r booklet entitled t.1 r J i.iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii i.
Williams Co. of Cleveland when are planned out"with the maximum fifty plans in a handsome newbooklet screen porch. This. porch Is square ""S'Uthern) Pine Homes." I fi
interviewed on the matter. "You possible beauty. entitled: ,' "Southern Pine.and therefore gives the benefit oi hp- f
ice. w. have a Decorative Service So that's the ideaTODAY'S I !1' ,
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) Lg ORLANDO.; April 22.-Plans for the 5,Roomed Furnished House. Garage, chicken house outhouse t 1
: = chartering of a train of two sectionsto = fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large zrotJD.ds-.onJy:; === to
GE = carry the delegates of the Florida = SV-j miles from Fort :Myers on Lee County Boulevard. Low:
=: Association of Real Estate boards to = price Easy terms
=: the annual convention of the National ::
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= New Spanish Type Bungalow = Boards throughout the state under the 400000 Acres: $4.50 per acre. Walton and Washington .; ,;; i i .J

"'. .. =: supervision of "Walter; W. Ross president counties. /
5 rooms Tiled, bath with shower = of the state association, and J. 12,000 acres 6 miles from Fort Ogden 6 miles paved i t
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b-rufciare kwe tWak about t coinforta' as> .
jiMpr jxmr LL I ) .E L. Wallace, executive secretary and\ roads dixie highway price $22.50 per. acre 1-4 cash bal- 1 i ili ,-
,/* Hardwood'Floors:: > > f fI' = chairman Claybaugm. it was estimatedthat lance 1, 2 and 3 years. ,I' ;: >
-: = .approximately 600 members of 13,000 acres joins the above, tract also off' the dixie' t :
...... r that really .refrigerates..; that.will) kelp ::: ;. Price S8.000.00. Terms reasonable. = the association from Florida would highway nice land price $17.50 Per'acre 1-3 cash 1, 2 and' -
and salt will! //: 'C'. ': a :: attend the annual convention this 3 6 .
t for* we* i nflkeep matches: dry. : '" ti.- years per cent.8,5XJuacres I' -
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tJ t.. :: Let us, show you. E In Chicago- professor says tear town site of-485; lots included";town of" Limestone.S ..'Price... ; "
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t tav refrigerator is .: !, 5 :: hours sleep is enough,.but our peasE $17.50 Per; acre.Township '
OM yt,.l,Jts-ow e l sky* andno. that your, S3 22 two section $18.50 Per
range
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fm> etskUr tlsfqi ke ew make it. AIso.idonot forget! that there are ? -" ', i' I'I'I = Usual Terms. ,

*-"- Jer.tr. |r t Mke life,more worth_living and sage drudgery.HAMJIY { ... .>'1 .- '" E I E Even it scientists meetingxin Baltimore Township 38-39 range 27. 42,000 acres 5 sections out
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t ':Walter R. Kaune I i 'We Call Thif LONDON PRODUCES PROFIT I ot The the United distance-States Around 1* 1 the>45C boundary niilee.! I CROUP' Croup"Is frequently r f I FOR SALE .--. -
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; RE1LTOB ':;1 FROM POPULAR OLD PLAYS i iI .I application I

I 1 \. ;Fire Insurance Bonds Stunning -- I The six marshals of France at the"a: V8CKS j Below market price! -

: i :Xetary PaUlc LONDON, April Revivals In the|I has teen playing the provinces and present time are Joffre. Foch. Petafn.''I tOne

Check up your insurance. theatrical world ot London came in the London suburbs without a let ups Lyantey. Franchet= d'Bsperey and I Own IT Milbo J__U..J y..,", lot in Belle Vue. _-
's Drop us a line and let na with a rush early thIs spring and held I"Charley's Aunt" and "It Pays to Ad- I Fayolle. ..1.! "
I Save yon some real construe the stages of various houses until vertise" are other successes which I Address "Opportunity -
.live insurance service. i r= A they were pushed into the discard late I still hold the stage fat the suburbs and : PLASTERI5Gand: :
.. :' Established 12 Yean in the season, when a number of boroughs of the English metropolis. J. NOWUNG I ," care Box 99, Kis- : .}
brand new plays appeared from tie I But of the dives into the past to revive General contractor for the eon- STUCCO WORK I Fla.
'-C simmee
Landlord Bids. rtmet Ion and repairing jot tram I ,
favorites far the most I
other side of the Atlantic. In the old by D. E. FarilJo .
buildings.P. ,
ART MYERS: ,. FLORIDA eyes of theatrical managers revivals i successful play this season has been O. Addre.... Star RnUU "A." 132 Tournament St. Fort fyers f i" r .'3
Fort Myers. Florida. xf
M I have been, the order of the day for Th Ware Case which drew splendid ;
: some months for a number of reasons.I houses for months. A list of the

r.., !I IfJ'UIlS There his :been no dearth of new others inelndes "Old HeideJberg." -A I IIIIIII ri!II{I.II ii n II:III II II II I i J!III!III II::.tlli1lll.lIIILRI1f1.t.Illlft111111111111f1lI11lII I i I : : -I!I I 1111111111111111IIII1111111111i1n11111111181U11111111li i r I .: 3
: El M. Coleman plays, operettas and other pieces to,tiles': for CinderpUa.- "The Thief. .
select from, aver the managers but And then too there is Sheridan's "The = = .'
:::, :' Auditing; Bookkeeping and Ac- Rivals," which: was'first produced in -
Ri in bringing old favorites to life again
:', I' counting iii it has been found that they can always -I London at the Covent Garden Theatrein !I ,:
...': ? COLONIAL HOTEL: be counted nppn to 'take fairly 1771 i Announcing I ;
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Telephone U70 P. o. Box 833 well with the theatre-going public,\ 'As a whole London appears to take -
t--:,." Fort :Myers.. Florida and in addition saver little fortunes solar kindly to ail! the revivals of other "
I d f Sr as royalties concerned. They yearn for a short time, at least. ; ::
the arrival of the : :
(:t': also spare the managers' pocketbooksin I il i
many many other ways. Haste makes waste In Chicago a
Revivals this year in one case: a pan running from a cop fell and:broke -
a W. V. Smithwick
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manager went back 150\ years for his : : New
Attorney at LawEoem material might be called stop-gap I 4C S
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pieces and were brought out to fill i I! legrw.. : .n
+ :3 Sims Building 1
w :i Fort Myers;Florid stand certain idle houses while which new otherwise pieces were would'in'I', / t

c the coarse of preparation. It is nearly I I I II CLEVELAND i I I

always safer to put on a favorite of I Jt f T

+ ., ',Land For Sale in some years ago. say the London man- r:
agers, especially where a play Is desired -I
: t ,: ION A for a short run, than it is to NECESStTI ES'I
by Attempt to introduce a new piece,I : LIGHTSIXDelivered

Shaw. ross & Garmon drama"The, operetta Widow1'or otherwise.in thesexton : fih {.
Merry early
} Pythian Building started the ball rolling, so far I I AUTO

f I as revivals were concerned, and with II
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P...-Lee Part has aa eighty fool in a few weekswas being whistledover $1075
fevlerard; parked la the etater i oil the town. Just as it was 16
;,. with Be18l1'alms. reaching from Mc I years ago when brought here from IS there any auto neces-
Vienna. Then came "The Dollar Princess It
Gregor bcnlerard to the sity yon might need?
s TrilL Tamlut11 ," which had its first performancehere 80, drive by this! store. also have made arrangements with Fred Durre =
In 1909 when' jt ran for 42S We are sure to have what -
'lo.u"1 nights. I you want E to give service to Cleveland owners until arrangements =

-II ;D$ TT. H. GRACE 1 "Sumurnn" which, to some extent,
I very feminine looking en- Car"Auto E for our own shop have been completed.
set the fashion which in after years ETtrythlng, for the
.. Physician and Surgeon eoabl* coiuista ot n. rufl'tl!
Office 15-18 Earnhardt Bldtv frock and coat Of black ehifTo" brought forth the Eastern pageantry I
W Hou 147 Woo for4 Are printed with large red roie Th:. and magnificence of such productions i iI.IJ Supply
.t "Ch ..Chin Chow," was another revival I I II'
"Telephone -)1flce.Z rings coat Is Bleevtlewi. but the dru bat J B. MACI(
Hoot* 8 rings the popular. long sleeves fanaloo doraands. this having Us premiere here Store 4
For midsummer this type some If years ago. "Chn Chin Chow"JIJ v ,
of costume will be very much in ev> perhaps the most successful play 407
Phone
Palm.Lec" Park, hiss hard-smfaeed' -/ ever produced in London, having run Phone 345Boulevard Filling Station !
Streets five foot cement sidewalks, fcontlnualiy at His Majesty's Theatre G a

electric; light and watt- ,81 everyhonesite A: CLEAR SKIN for more than five years, and since I tai
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Bright! sparkling cheeks with
'I the glow of health, a eyes skin as smoothas m T liiiniiiiiniimimnijiiiiiiMMiiiiMUMMiniiiiniiiniiuiiuiin- -- -: J !I! I. !!,I intMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiniiMiniiniiiiiiiiiuiiinu I .!. __ __ _ __ ____ _____1_
i Dr. Geo. MasganaVETERINARIAN velvet the idea we an strive to M
attain. No blemishes, no eruptions, H
no blackheads BO marks to destroythe i : ,: I / 1
Trench1. and American Graduate even tenure of healthy skin. ; / L
Rabies Vaccination Th secret is pure, red blood free !
,Tags Furnished from poisons and; impurities blood Y t !!'"
J4 practice that makes the body glow and radi- MT N r i .b.ox/ .
years etc health blood that 'drives pimples q
810 Anderson Ave. ,
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t- boils
eruptions,- eczema and '
skin blemishes from the system. -t c .
LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR *

THE BLOOD makes rich red ..
A..L WJUt June. MAURICE C. Pijuwr ATBKB8v blood, drives the impurities oat, _, SPACES -
brings the glow of health. Use itnow. \
ISO COUNTY :ENGINEERING CO.. Insist on LEONARDI'S.Refuse .
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'civil and Structural EngineersConsulUag !
Engineers on Prainace, substitutes. At an druggistc.:
:ridgsa* and Structural Work I
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Leaves 8:00 ajouj return 6:00 p.m. '
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a Specialty = ssrinfw 1 t : :
.4Wla7.i.ot. -:: BOBBI! trip t* Sanlbel, fLSOBoand I ;;
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II. r r trip to CaptlTa, Ii2i d
I; '!.x, $7-Fo:: ,! JlenIIHfHHlUlillmUlllllllllllllllf. Tighten or ',a Seek the ", .J

l loosen for f "Sure.fit"labelrefuse /
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t -P.-Lee Park ... already Interest, Fishing Bathing utmost A

.4 ever one bondred Fort Mjerwt Fine Sea .ShellsFor comfort imitations "T-I Jl1
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people'. have ,parcaased hom
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.. farther Information call at 46 I u '
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-" .' REPliRJWG ,City Dock or Phone IS* COOK FOR DISPLAYS IN WINDOWS ?

of an kind indattiMt furniture. )awn "Sore-Fit" Caps are made by Ho & Levy, Inc., 702 Broadway,N. Y.Iiiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiimimmiiiiiimiimmimumiimnmiiiiiiiiummimim .....
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fi, A.'Temporary LONGBRAKE offIce,. M. ;D. I. Clean and Safe I Ic I It's never l large, enough,r :; cans. Or-if you're invited,' w..


specially in weather. out : Borden's will
at.rerfdwce, 897,2nd. St,. E = warm 't '" keep till

Rolle11.12-2.4': : The butter crock and three next day or next week

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The above.rtetcA was made from yesterday s pudding-
actual photograph s your foods you want to an, equal part of water. Try -
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5\\. be sure. of its purity. a j jar of cream cheese and .' it 1n yourffavorite; ':

Yi GLA99S8.AIPALM.PARK X'wet pavement- Your health demands ,. ,i : recipes/: : 7 .
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'I the Caloosahatche {This tn: on was'one,the' marker-tut of i105t'oatJ1 after a usually clean, free from .',, :i pitchers!: ,1 loped potatoes. hot cocdaticaramel | .

t *&. ate. front priyilegee' bad skbl ft de* 1ete4 la Tales 5 sediment and'impuritiesof : : J I ,
for lot OWBMB.' : several! r f onar';. One to' save i -4
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.Insurance. No- matter how Our prices are :reasonable ::, ", .. .
'careful you may beyou have to weight honest and ',' You. See half the water's. been. ; t Jt"" """ -..... '
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RATES IS' TRESE I[Personal Mention bold. Capt. J. F. Jaudon. N. C. Tors- '
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IDclude at.o the and the -ord. For jtn' ""Wanted' etc.ced .. bar all of Miami were in the city

I-pt t-pe lUte thl.. 1 *ddr or box eacl.nurnller. -County Commissioner J. *T. Tay- this u morning en route to Naples, Signalized by of I
clay. Completion Sky Scraper
: 8-pt type law this 2 cenVa'word for each day mc, of Everglades in the city. Everglades and other points south Edifice" .
8-1* tm>> like here they hare extensive property
-,. thIs, 3 cents word for each day; interests. : ::7? {
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.10-pt type like this ,
4 cents a word for each day. -Sarah R- :Marshall of Richmond,

, ; 10-pt type like this, 5 cents a word for each day. Va. is a visitor in Fort Myers. UK) VISITORS EJO1RIIT.UIY ., S S '.: .: i .

.- No adYertt--nt }t1NIUi ItATE MSTKICT MEET: : : J
wlU be jn for -Mrs. C. B. Holmes of New Brit '
ea thu .2S cenu for ilnt 11I.ertloft. -
.' ala. C nn., is in the city. .
AdverUmtnents ALTERNATE ZAYS (Continued from 1)
Pago
-. cent por corel. In *ddtte ordeftd. ... to to the rUn relfula on alternale day. win charged 1-' will Shine tonight Carl McClure: ?t. ; :
per.word oc "'Nr.._ rate on 4 poInt type and 1 cent -JoltS. A. T. Coatsworth" of Buffalo. j
} TERMS N. Y. Is here for a visit. gave-an appealing address!' of welcome. 1
.
!, Ca.ah .o advaic e ..
) otIc.Card '
of Thaaka'"
'too. or "lCeliohIUoaa" lnaerteol for less tha. -John A. Thurwell. of Worcester, The visitors were asked to rise -- .' ,1

Thu Ia ror paper your III OWn rot..lon. Llg adtbinc In correctly typewritten. MasfL. is spending! a few days In, the first t Lakeland thej Sebrin Aronlark. > J
retI1lO1tdhle for micial,. :) edve-uEm...,. ...I..a..n___. ._ City of Palms. : Harlow l unta Cords: Tampa : ,
---- --r -- 1
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. I I Ii Saint Petersburg:; and finally the '

-- W. 11. Dunbar A. lien- Fort Myers Rotarian and notary ; ;
and :M. : I

.. FOR SALE 1 STAR sham of Cincinnati. O., are ia the city Anns. f

FOK AL1-two work mwc.-wiiFj.. i All CAST today. The thief speech of the evening : ... ; ,!,.i

cheap. U. M.: Ie '". 4-13-tfc 1 "Rotary Our Star of JIol>e.- was a i ; -r4 f>= '
;
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:;, FOR SALE:Lumber and materbU--in I -:Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman masterly address by John Turner of 4c C e.l ? vt

.. warehouse building corner Jackson j I I IN "THE SWAN" rthica. N Y.. are spending a few Tampa former district governor of I It '
and Bay Streets; to be taken down and daYII'ln the this the 33th district of Rotary International
city.
.
moved at once. Apply U. M.. Jleltman.tfc. \t:
-*- and also former vice president i ; %

:. FOR HA1J3-Good sized two story houw -C. A. Maxwell manager of the of Rotary International : '::'
1-a acre ground one eighth mile from What Is a "Swan", Western Union Telegraph office here "He was cheered when he sat down :

More will be.and Jug where off Trail new Good railroad water station l'rlcoa A Swan is a girl-snob who wantsto who h.sn away on account of ill and greeted by the song "Give Him aHand I' j

FIlL.right and terms. Owner, Box C. K-rf.ro. beregular and doesn't know how health is able to be back iu his office. Boys" '- "....

: -2Z-5tp.., :At least,, that'a the impression one Inspiring talks were made by Rotarians .: i ,'

; FOR RENT carries away with him after seeing Sanford Jewett and Charles ; :

:- the Paramount picture. "The Swan." -C. II. Funck and daughter. :Mrs. Williams of Lakeland. : CC

: ; Pf>n RKNT-furnished apart.ncnjjj at the Arcade Thursday. The picture ohnson and Miss Sussie Mae Spear Gilbert Freeman editor of the" .

: / Fowler street. 4-M-tfc. Is a film version ot the atage hit by l eft this morning for Cuba to attend Highlands Pilot and president of the : I 1:

1 WANTED Ferenc.Molnar, written and produced the Shrine convention to beheld Avon Park Rotary club made an Interesting .: ;

.. for the: screen by Dimitri Duchow- t here next week. talk setting forth that the .

w.. etskl. who made "Peter the Great," hope of Rotary Is In the smaller ci- .

WANTED! TO BUY-Ten to twenty Adolphe Menjou TUcardo. Cortez -C. T. Wade who. has been spend- ties. lie Insisted that where thereor .. :

'S Trail acres or olose Boulevard in for iwe subdivision.or write. Turner Prefer and Frances Howard Paramount' l lug the winter in Fort Myers. left three or four" real Rotarians. there' : !J JhO

-. -a'L4eter.,, Ing Southern, Room Securities t, Leon Hldg Corporation., Iteprewnt'r: ,: latest stellar "discovery,* are teatur* t hi* evening for his home in Farlna.lu. should be a Rotary club. that the' Wi

: cluslveiy in Fort Myers., 4-20-31C.ex ed in the principal roles. Helen Lee He will return to Fort :Myers I I I need of the small city for a Rotary :

'Vorthln "Follies' "beauty heads the I t his fall. I 11 I is great and that Rotary is effectiven : iNrjj1

WANTED four or five room cottage cast playing in support Others Include I the small city. I

'\ Mr.cc Nickell bungalow Fort furnished Myers permanent.Jewelry 'tto.:: See...' Ida Waterman. Helen Undroth, Sheriff W. Maynard, sheriff of I Fair Haskins. President of the Se- :

:: 4-Zl-llp.: Clare Eamea and Arthur Donaldson Collier county, was up from Ever?! ring club, made aa instructive talk I Ion

Z \VANTKI)-young man to drive car to The Swan." ia proclaimed a ail- gla'de today and states that nothing real Rotary winding up with some

,t Philadelphia. Car Ia new, Hudson. very. delicately wrought and utterly new has been learned of the where poetical selection of James Whitcomb. I

S driver.Party Is Write willing W. B.to pay Clements expenses, Bonlla of lelightful play, and. an even' more delightful abouts of Deputy Cox. Capt. W. D. Riley on the "Smile. I

: Springs. -XJ-2tp.. Paramount picture. Collier made a search of the stinking George Dewey. the sons loader of $ '

: : WANTED TO' RENT-furnished or unfurnished mud puddle withou ,result..XOlltK he newly organize I'uiu-i Garcia iJ/ ;: -:t

.S., ';', apartment or hous. I'er- Tlayden. the musical composer, to Club, entertained with! several; vocal .
: manent family. Give location : OK'INTENTION; TO APPLY
S and terms present proof of his eligibility! to Oi- 1.ETTEKS: PATENTS selections.
S- first( letter Box IlL( care Press (Office! FOH: : :

.: !-22-31p. ford University submitted a music,! XOTIC'& Is hereby; given that the The Rotarr closing sons, oath Good ... -- S
crags-word panic, a composition ..underlined, will, on April 17. U2*. apply Njgh Ladies brought the meeitng to
S LOST which read .backward- forward an to ahe Tovernor Incorporating of Florida themselves. for and letters a close all present pronounced it was All the world loves its newspaper ('ft L MotallN InstrortI! to Hit Or- the three decades that its destinies

.5 I'. or down from Its beginning or end their patent associates Into a body corporate a success., especially all that world consisting of I.1 ninlzatlva on the Making hare been guided by Col. Stovall. it
5- LOST-Folder pocket book containing and imlitto under the laws of the StateFlorida S thelLS.A. .f Model > I
S was always a melody with accom: The general) committee consisting i a @*''I18llt'r.
an
rail road passes in favor of It. L* Gra of under the corporate name of I I may be stated that among the proper
S ham. Kinder please 1 return to- paniment. I ('nAHL.OTtIHAHP.OR KKALTY COM ot Clint Bolick. Ora E. Chapin and Americans. In the reading of '
S' S can lifordv R. T Express Office or )t. -2Q Amert.S. tt. 't\t.1Q\ after PANY.set l y forth.cad with the charter hersiu- Walter Bowles are responsible for newspapers are voracious." It is with I'! Make a paper for the nicest kind of I ties owned by the Tampa Tribune today

Ten per cent of the people in tAe DATED this ttll day of March. U 2a.L. the splendid manner In which everything them a fixed habit, and. like little Mr. I people-the great middle class. Don't are the Stovall building the Sto-

country buy for' cash; 30 per cent buy ORDKLIA. J. CAMPBELL C. CAMPBELL moved off during the meet. This Twist they are always asking for I print a lot of dull stuff that they are vaU-Xelson building, the W. F. S.

.5. 5 FOUND on credit, and 60 per cent make their K. 1. MCKAYThe committee. aided by Bill Harley who more. As an observing foreigner recently -I supposed to like and donX building. the old Tribune buildingand

__Uu_ L undersigned I do hereby associate of was chairman of the entertainment said about us, "One seldom A dozen small items are twelve the Tarr Furniture building. .
.n.JUND-Florida Auto license purcnalS8& upun tIe lUlnauweUl p'a'- themselves together for the purpose I
S .... (8,462. Owner may have tag same cornS by- becoming Incorporated Into a body corporate committee called to Its assistance the finds an American very far away from times as interesting as one long one. The new Tribune building consists

S railing at Press Office and paying fur The State of and Florida.politic under under the the laws corporal of the other member and officers cf the a. copy Of his favorite Journal.: I It is the little staff that t"Olfl1ta. The of an. imposing twelve-story structure

this adY. S 4-l_.tf.MISCELLANEOUS S name of OHAUt-OTTB HARBOR HKALTY club, but to the four above mentioned Life, Indeed. touches us mostly big ones will care for themselves. leased to tenants for general office

S L V MINSTRELS\ COMPANY proposed 'harter.by and with" the following belongs the real credit for the sac- through the columns of the press. We r The Tribune demands of all Its purposes and a four-story building

S 'are. coming: AWhILE L. cess of the meeting. view the world through the eyes of 1 wrltera accuracy before Anything else. immediately adjoining, entirely oc-
The of this corporation shall be
3 the CHAKLOTTK am HARBOR REALTY our newspapers. S I Better lose an item than makd a copied by the Tribune plant and of-

Will buy old postaze; stamps cad' envelopes I N THE for"TY JVDBKti: : COVKT: COMPANY and its principal place ot three four Yet the average person knows little splurge one day and correct it the Uoes. This property alone was appraised
Forty-two t
c : with -- youngsters
stamp attached.
'Any Lee
OF tEE Ctll'XTY, FLOKHilIn business shall be at Boca Grande
S thing before 1870.'rlte or send -cash ret The, state of James 1C Harper, Count Florida I but said rornoratkm and five years: old. sleep. play, and i or nothing about how a newspaper next. ;I at $1.8&3(01) a few weeks ago J
by return. msIL -Box I 2, Everglade Flor P**aM > nur.t-
eat expert day
ida. care a _
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.5 lttp. CITATIONTO aueb other place or places as its Hoard I A .
MXUT. KI.I.B.V OREEX SARA of .Plrcctors may oVKcnate.ARTULK/ I ery maintained in connection with the involved the care thaf must be exercised fairness in the treatment of investment banters, underwrote a 1
,
;NOTICE; SCHOOL.; CHILDnEN-W. are MOOUB. NANCY LEEDY. ANn LUCY :: JI. i the rapidity with, which the news. Reports must not be colored to I I firiC montage taking an automobile and have University of Chicago while thel!! -
census MCMILUON: ANT ALL. OTHKR PERSONS The general nature ot the business or
a souvenir pencil for every boy and girl INTERESTED: IN SAID ESTATE: businesses to be transacted by said corporation -I parents go on with classroom courses ,I human brain, must function. the rare I please a friend or wrong an enemy. issue of J500.000 on it. la moving into
.;- who will get a card filled out for u"". It'sMcOLUKB a U Green. Executor of said Estate, shall be to buy.. two hokl. develop intuitive powers that at times must If a mistake is made, it must be cor- | Its new offices additional machinery
ea.R7-you can do It at bome and you this ar petition in ,the and or research work. ,
having day IIk4. sell convey mortgage pledge: "
S S "S S t wilt 1 tie glad to 'get one or three Iwoclia. above named Court asking that the real estate I flash into action, and by no means rected. It is as much the duty of a j aad equipment' costing upward of
-STnoZIER 1XSU K A N U Court make an order/ directing the Exe have r"i:, 1 I the leant important the sound business Tribune writer to work. for the rectification -i $204.0 was installed. Including I
e AGENCY. 1%' He miry street. Over Roy color to take possession of certain real mortgage., pledge. : and irenerally: deal in S With a roar heard five miles away, attew
; :. al ililm/ Market 4-21-Stc. estate belonging- said estate as as- personal property as well as real estate 1! an. oil well came in near Beaumont I judgment required to make a of a wrong done by an error J sixty-four page Goes press.In .
arts for the payment t>( debts of said u.'r; : power to bold stork and I great financial success of a newspaper in an item as it is first to use every I connection with the loan Just e
;. LAI>Y J'loANNINO-&o drive -Atlanta estate and leearles; In the will of the : other corporation and toenter Texas drenching the owner of the I 'i iI
- S within next week or two woufcl like 2 *aid. James' IL Harper. which property into partnership with, other corporations Negro 'his eleven I property-all of these things precaution not to allow that error to' referred to. it is of passing 'interest S
S #, or 1 ladies or gentleman aad wife willIng la described ... follows: IXTBOHS ami to act land a poor and : are to most of us. a sealed book. I creep in. to note the
viewpoint
-1. S to share part of the expense. to make lireinnhiK Nine Hundred Flv (IOn as asent, broker .0? .. :..auo-U; others lu children some of whom, played gleefully : : S j' Qf a. conservative -
'>I' th* trip. Box Zlt care l'rvi Uffic feet South of the Northeast (NK) ror doNoli...: In real. and personal proiierty.Said : in the dark.. heavy fluid which More than ordinary interest waa attached -I Be extremely careful of the names financial boise as reflected in
l :',. 4-21-2tp. ncr of tbeNorthwest Quarter (NWtt, corporation Hhall also have |M>wer 1 therefore to the announcement and reputations of women. Even when the., blips lug.SUtementbyS ODe of tbe
of the Northwest Quarter : ;: The ..t the Northeast Quarter (NEt.S Its iwiiit-ta MS ho:2..1;: :;, and generally -I of $2.000 daily. recently made in Tampa, Flu., dealing with an unfortunate remember officers ef S. W. Straits4 Co..;
o( Section Twenty-four (Zlu.Townshi. to du any an : Fortjr-four (44) South. Range Twenty to the ** aforesaid. I ;
germane pun
ALVA MINSTRELS\ four <24) East thence South Twliiuxired The enumeration of special powers ashereinbefore LEE ('Or TY WELFAUEASSOtUTION the new Tribune building .in that I crime, other than her own sin against of the worM U aa absolute necessity
Forty (!44t> feet; thence-West set forth. shall not be conMrueii City, which, added another bright' chastity she (is entitled at least to la a proKrvsalve community. it is
are coming Three'Hundred Sixty-three U3) fee:: as a restriction upon the powers! REPORT FOR I '
S !. thence South Sixty-four( (64) feetthence :: of said corporation but In additon thereto -1 YEAR GIVEN: TO CITYcontinued chapter to one of the most interesting pity. just as necessary to feed the mind an
West Fifty-four 54) feet moreS It shall have all of lie powers that I journalistic romances of the great Consider the Tribune always'.as a U hi to feed the body.'
NOTICE or les to a point which I. Two could be granted to a corporation or-
Pursuant to Section 21. Article 3. of fired Seventy-five (K5. feet, East of ganued under the laws ot Florida. I Southland. tribunal that desires to do Justice to- Te be a real power in the* affairs bf
S the Constitution of Florida. NOTICE I. th. West line of the Northeast Quarter\ AKT1CLK III I ( from page 1) all
Thirty i Is not a very long ; that fears far more to do4njus
hereby given that the Intends of wild Section Townftliip years a community: a newspaper must IK>S-
undersigned : awTlangei. : Thecapital slot-k of said' corporation future. Little Harry came Into Fort
$. to apply: to the Legislature at Ita next Uienna North Three Hundred L shall be dtvhled Into; one hundred shares stretch of time when viewed from the tics to the poorest beggar than to ,sass a personality. This the Tampa
regular session to b* held this year tot Twenty (32: :: l feet: thence W.1TwentyOOt t; of no par value and not less than one Myers. \In company with his mother, standpoint. of the creation of great clash swords with wealthy injustice. .Tribune has S
I :. th of and one-half passage a local or special act ($1.00. dollars of said cap but apparently forgotten by the best
< validating the administration! of th* thence North Fifty! ar: ) feet : thence ital shall be paid In lu money before said business enterprises and the days. It is the reflection o( the
IONA DRAINAGE DISTRICT sine tb West Twenty-elirht one-half <2X ) corporation! sliall transact any business.au of friends.;. A child forgotten in his ing of cities. Yet thirty IIPbuild-j personality of iu
S last session of the Legislature.; Including feet ; thtNorth OneHundred Fifty >t the remainder. of aid stock may be tender years, evidently unloved and publisher Just'as
5; 5 the acts of ,Ita officers and of Lee County: (1M) feet to a l>olnt which Is Two Issued by ttM Directors In payment for Col Wallace F- Stovall. both Tampa and the State of Florida 1 the great newspapers edited liy M.dilU,
and the proceedings of the Circuit Courtof Hundred Twenty-live (2Z:;) feet East: proiierty, labor and services at a just certainly uncared for. No father near publisher and directing genius of the have made tremendous progress, and 1 Watterson, Daaa and Crectey
said County In connection with the of the' Went line of the Northeast valuaUon thereof, to be fixed by the in- to Idolize and no mother ready to were the,
:- sale of delinquent taxes and other af Quarter (NK'4 of said Section Township corporators GrQ the Director. at a meeting Tampa Tribune. started $450 worse to show the opbuilcllcg that has come i reflections of those men of Journalis-
fairs of the said District. and Kange thence.Bast. Two I called, for rwh pnrpone.AKTIfLK. tuck him in bed each night And he off than nothing. poring that time simultaneously to the Tribune during t tle: genius.
Hundred Sixty-five sad] eight-tenth ..
By order of the Board 'of Supervisors noalnoe.ooi LL.Iantl lila ven
of said District (2ti.. -101) feet t thf'N'e'80utlt Tw I Said corporation shall exist for lIin Dated this Zlth day of February., 1. Hundred Five ($05) feet: thence Real nine tlt! ) yearsS were your little per pealing incidents the whole I Ten Inches
P, ms. : Three (3) f 4 S A. IT. OII3JKCIHAM.1Secretary four UH feet more or less. to a pain Th officers by whom the business or ness of our city and county ,
: of said District. which/ t.. On.. Hundred !Seventy-seven: I buainesse of said 1 corporation shall be frightened eyes. with a sly secretive The '
prese1 Now
2234.1tJ3.U4LL1a.L2S : (IH'feet West of the c:1l\1\ of 4vf'ntyvent11) be-, conducted shall be a "resident a Vie. look tar too old for his years His many problems? hearte.s-I Important Than In 1900 z
S S Kinnlnit thence East ITesklent. a Secretary and a Treasurer the course of the last year has ; ___
: ) feet to the point and a Hoard of not .less. than three (II hair was fair but no comb>> had
: : The oC beginninB.Tou or more than seven (7) Directors The straightened out the tangled ringlets.His ed the contact of this office
and each of you are hereby eommanded Directors shall be. ;; 't ALVA MINSTRELS to appear In the above named at theirannual meetings which little body was- thin and the lack hundred and eighty four families rep-
Court 00 the 14th day of Slay 1'!5. endS I shall be held on the first Tuesday after of food and proper food branded his resenting about eight hundred and
S 'how may liav'ST why the. first Monday In January of each
are coming the said UufoDhcruc: :; toot be giasted.Dooe .S year Tn. officers shall be elected by the cheeks with a dull pallor fifteen individuals." The vitality of
... ordered this 'It" day off Directors train the members
an. of the Hoard
All Harry had known ot his
ever service rendered through cooperative ie
1 kprU, t 5ESeal5 :- at the annual Directors Meeting which e
Palm-Lee park Is a one ..dred sad The EoorL shall be held immediately after the adjournment father was in the character of a effort can only be realized in the

I clg-ktr acre citrus grove tuned lute N. G. STOtJ"l'Judge.' meetings. of the annual stockholders'. Irunken brute from whom to hide in character types of activity. Five children I

/' beaatllal ...eItei. 8-10-tfe. April t, IS..ZX %3. Th name of the officers who are to terror and that father had deserted hare been enrolled in the School
_ _ conduct the business
_
P' "' or businesses of the
long ago. And the mother too. whJ for Children at Jacksonville Fla-
.:.. The. corporation! until those elected at the t
: The first election' shall be qualified are u cared only for her own doubtful pleasures four children have been replaced in

; ALVA MINSTRELS ALVA MINSTRELSare follows L. 3. :camiien.pvesiaent A Treasurer. left the little fellow to shift for homes better suited to their development

". Cordelia C. Campbell. Vic* President himself about the streets. But he was into creditable citizens: and one'

S. are coming, comingS and And Secretary.the Board of. Directors shall consist found by one of the members of the permanent home secured in this
S ot: Lee county committee. With the kindness terest. Unfortunate: physical _

: The Old HomeTown By Stanley L.CODELIA J. CAMPBELL C. CAMPBELL ,.of a real mother: heart she talk tions have been corrected in In-t J

K.L'L MCKAY him into her home, cared, lor him. cases through proper and prompt hos-

I 1 highest, ARTICLE'amount of TLTh Indebtedness-. or feeding him properly lad exertiss pitalizatiOD. :while three patients have
I liability to which said corporation can patience' with the bad habits he wa. been'pl4ced -in the State HospIta''at
at any time. subject It.ahall/ lie two
hundred thousand tl2flfl.MO.9v) dollars already forming. pointing him faito- Chatahoochee. Dependency 'in old age H-'e

0 I seas XU S" ARTirLK: V1J.'Tb fully to honor and kindness. ha*.been provided for In eighteen in
: names and places of residence of
'a I IIt the cubfuTlbers and the number of shares But the physical mother .came and stances. and the activity of eight prisoners

subscribed for by *each ire a. follows; with,the erratic de'cisioa( characteristic families directed during term S _

S t L.share.J. CampbelU. Boca, Oraade. -y Vi;Fla: "of het type tOok him awaJto'iael-: ;: of imprUonment Interest In three ,: .

g Cordelia. c. Campbell.. JBoca" Grande;; lect >and misery again. When once cases of delinquent girls has been
Fla. 13 shares.K. .
t HEA04T BE*" I. McKay, Tampa. Florida. 1 share. more located, the mother In, a hospitelbecause ] manifest and employment obtained i
: ". SINCS. 1M WITNESS \VHERWPth: undersigned of an intentional over-dose fpowe'rfal for twenty individuals. Services to j'
I gMSSJ RI6HT
1 .k .1 have hereunto set their hands and
THAT HO SKKXEOMIfA seals this >th day ot AnriU Uli. a drag little Harry again on soldiers both in adjusting claims and
f : tjST L. J. CAMPBELLISEAU the streets was taken into a good bonus cover eighty-four. individuals. '
CORDELIA C. CAMPBELL
(SEAL
, K. I.: McKAY (SEAL)) home a patiently eared for. And while ten school mother's.. pension,
STATE, Oi:'. FLORIDA > again when, the mother was dismissedfrom have been granted. -

COUNTY OF' HILLSBOROUfiK > the Lee Memorial Hospital and And not alone with this activity .--. .r I

rtt1: BEFORE.orE"", tb- undersigned authorItjr. .- had tired of alternating \let wee.J her does theinterest of our organization TOCKI CS are ten Jaches, particularly raudJy 'or:"when: they; .' ".
i this day personally appeared U J. S .
f CAMPBELL: CORDELIA C. CAMPBULU kind of amusenjent, ;and the ,. police function but in one hundred and : I, the-en more important now tbaa\ ; managed to get away to a burl ttut S ______
: and K. 1' McKAY. who are known court she sought the boy again say- eighteen cases'of family welfare prO; la sSvft, .Seisays!i show, (unbeknownst to the wise.1" .
to me to beaU the persona named In the : Roy E. Tillca. "rlc.- pn-cWent cf the! They dl4Ja"'II ", : ,
foregoing Articles of Incorporation and lag.;>*! stay-where Harry stays." And blown and as well mIscellaneous service 'Cotiam Silk flo-.i.ei C.::C-Inc.f said Mr TUtea "much..boweyi.,, t S
who signed the same and acknowledged the kindly friend was forced to refuse rendered to transients cooperation And to refresh ih., irfiids: of t hose J Aalda'wereQ'"t\
worthwhile
tbe execution thereof as their fred act looking
at "toaho '
} and deed for tbe uses and purposes, therein shelter 'with other organizations: etc. 'whose' memory r.-fu.-j: 10 tuBctl: -a,. begaustt_ higit and ,4l5 S f
I expressed. But the Federation appealed to I The results hack this5 far btctageuv a. tlcmoo.-. cot, ; -, ,. 1*
of 5tock.1ru.It I
I 't WITNESS my hand and official seal oar, progress during WeroiJ lit JltJ'1I ageate, -
stratton us .
at the ;
; this the Sib day of April, 13Z&SEAL. "Daddy"Fagg to come and take custody the year 1924-1923; as Indicated Hotel A StQJ", Kcw nreetha-to" be 'J.h.lug' beauty. ";-
.
I b'r-
:
York .
at
the
(S FRANCES) M. FP.EEMAV. Notary of our little Harry And the Mg these, figures"are. gratifying. I .'"er.gatheped.ll fce-urf men braS DJ"eiliJj'l1r.8 r*D.-a.. aa' ankle! mvygt ... snk nclad< ,. .. .

.I Public, State of Florida at Large. My. heart of Marcus -Fagg: opened .to.:Include there_ are others. Many': who apply! Caycd In various. wojj : Short .skirts ard/BiorB,* iiBibI )t_ :" S
branches of the
'Commission expires! Sept. ::0. ISli. another little wayfarer into the cannot 14- ''satisfactorily assisted >shoe and hosiery Industry- :'E veraJ.manikins nc1mONt..eomtortabl4..' than tb.dust .' -- ,

\ flst The immensity of his Interest. But suppose :scores'are' turned away -wJ\h'' )little } (none of vblohv. ..4. ae4.t.-'aomcto.tIde.It tMhtaM, ..nt'r&.tW'a., -

S S r.. DOOfTfl.i S there had been no Federation to centralize more than a 'word'of encouragement, ,bobbed hair) aiayed IIISIIM of aortesaa. .
't-o t 5g111geeih5 WTR 4 qAas ess ..d -er- .., j S
. ALVA MINSTRELS the effort aDd secure necessary for 'pioneer, service prevention fa! Jtwenty-flva rears :a.o.. b-. they (
j : :didn't I effects? impossible In the {ace of' the great "' plfl.r heetcrr' bet tt ae se. h. aUk.;'" ;
0-u -are.coming :rAronid the adjustment of these'ap-: D.d'er1tDcll pretest- zitta0av' ... .-.IAtituu.. "" 'nM ses: -"aedo, :Ut.U .

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1 FORT RTERC FLORIDIa
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1 100 dub boys. .. ,, ,
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nearly ey- .
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,t ; y Gainesville cry county la June Florida 8-1J will g ther at .A.,. ...._-__. ... " tor' the Tenth y'" .
5; .Annocr Boys; C3nl abort course at t : i'V'I.I. v-T. I
'" the University' of Florida. Thea boys : : % :
who ara.wianera In county club coal -, ,; '.* ,. f ,<:
i teats.'wtll be gIven week of Inatrae- -:' n

__ \ ,1y.j:lion,Thty and. will,recreation..be at the'Cnlversity d ItrIDC -I Arcade Theatre Js-Making Theatre ;-
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: commencement esereliea and will : ;; : '
4! '--: wituM the graduation of the class of' < ;
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:. r 1)25 from the Unlrertlty Incpirationa
.( : talk alao will be ciren daring they I A ,
.. w.-k. I. W. ''Hill. In charia bora'i .. ..
of History fe 'Fb'rt My&sFt1; \1r .' ..:: '- -:-. )
.J and girla' club work In the\South a '

., "'' eastern th* wek state.. .according. will be. to present aa anDonnce-daring I ? y.} < :: ;: .k'i: : i ,

1 meat by R. W. Blaeklock. boyar club I ,, : .
,.- agent for Florida-who Is in charge: of i' '<<' ': Qf' -. '.(;, '
arrangements for the Short Course. .: ; '


r r '-t, tahtng at The the'boys University the shore will' course.stay while In at,dormitories.the school! .< :: ;: ; ( :;::. 7 ir ;,'r

a v Among recreational.activillea-plan- _
ned la :
a swimming meet at Poe

; Springs' where contests will be held .. Fort Myers, Fla. '; ,
f ,sad trnctlon la swimming giren., Mr. Geo..W. Public '-: Fort MyersiFlaV: : :, ., ', -: :i '

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r HESSIAN FLY ISDAMAGING At Large. .. ... a, .. f '. u .

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CROPS Dear Folks: \ '. : "
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1 \ .GAINESVILLE, April Z-The "t "';-0 I:; ( .... w :
melon aphis sometimes called. "Hes is now just ten p. m and a thought has to which I .
'sian ,fly" la causing considerable come me feel like passing to air'of. you without cte-

r damage to crops of watermelons, cucumbers lay-a thought that no doubt comes to all of you who patronize theatre
our
regularly and .yet.ne that do
; iIW : .> squash ate. according to In- ; we } .

,1, i.C.:;......., V formation of the Agricultural gathered. Extension by entomologists Division : not. .FEATURE as we should, because to'us'it is just a matter of COURSE.! ., -.. \ LH':

zz.. "." .. ;',-- of the, University of Florida.. This TONIGHT if for the first time -
-in 1925 have
-.4'. : peat is controlled by spraying with you planked down thirty-five cerits'of your good moneyYo ,
"i leotla* aniphate.! see one of the best shows of the knv\
the
year, you type of
amusement that is
It 40,per cent nicotine sulphate la always offered at the-ARCADU; ,
used It should be diluted with water. / tY oar have) no doubt wondered how we can show such big pictures so.close to
t one-half pint to BO gallons of water,, the their showing in big cities'and yet f
it the grower la'spraying with Bordeaux not ask amount charged for these same productions in the larger towns.
mixture
to control dluaaes'on
bfa cropa. ha may add the nicotine .. IT IS NOT MY
DESIRE to deviate from the
I sulphate to his Bordeaux. mixture; usual manner of bringing these productions to notice
your
f. one-half-pint; to 50 gallons and,make you have learned from the past that WHEN. BETTER PICTURES ARE ,
_. one'spraytag'urre both Purposes. MADE THE ARCADE WILL SHOW
...: Where the Infestation Mas become THEM\ and it occurred to me that probably you hear so much slush that -
this
t .:. beau as It baa in several sections of possibly frank, letter of our a ms
i the 'states no time should be* lost In and intentions MIGHT BRING US MORE\ TO YOUR ATTENTION and have
patronize in
you us the future
:; spraying with nicotine sulphate. as
:a have in
you supported us the past.
Other growers will do well to watch .
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;,;. .their'l crops and spray at evidence of /
appreciable Infestation. 'say these OUR THEATRE is
no place to-study bot '
entomologist ny..he"re exists no LURE' OF THE TROPICS-no 'RQYAL:
PALMS lift their stately limbs towards! the twinkling stars that shine
.. as no where else, HERE NO BUTTER-
: 1.' OBLAXPO BCILDIXG FAST FLYS OR WINGED MONSTERS SWEEP ACROSS' THE RAYS FROM THE PROJECTION ROOM- NOR- :

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i :.ORLANDO..April %%.-More thawS ; DOES THE RAIN FALLING IN TORRENTS 'DAMPEN THE ARDOR
QF'OpR P 4TR.ONS'
j, two hundred thousand dollars In OR THE -WAIitS:
".,' r' "banding permits hare been Issued by OF OUR THEATRE BUT .NOWHERE IN FLORIDA IS AFFORDED TWO HOURS OF BETTER AMUSED i'

\:- the city of Orlando for .the first fifteen ...
l\fENTTIIA WE OFFER :
.daya;of April, according to, fig S EVEN THOUGH YOU ATTEND OUR THEATRE BUT ONCE YEARLY. ; \\_'
'"+,. i urns Just announced b7 the'rty( bul'it- .: ,
S :. ._: ;0__ _.. .' ,lng Inspector, which places the.total BEHIND THE SILVER SCREENING '
: .;. ;/ 4: building .permits Issued to':April: IS .:. AUSTRALIAN OAKS WHISPER GENTLY IN THE BREEZE,
s -: : < ,-; : ;at U'>>,&39,. Officala estimate ,that NO .COCOANUTS ,ENDANGER YOUR CRANIUM AS THEY '
SWING AMONG''THE\
.. permits TREES-but; across:the
:: 3'>:: for building' constructions Issued
\ during the entire month will! front) of the screen are shown only FIRST RUN,NATIONALLY KNOWN AND NATIONALLY
ADYfiRTIS-
: total approximately; $400,000. "" ED
: PRODUCTIONS. THE SAME ENJOYED '
SHOWS
TONIGHT
IN -
NE\V: HICAGO "
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1 FRANCISCO ARE GIVEN WHILE THEY ARE NEW. Pictures 'released
such
by PAkA-
companies
as
f : 1' ABOUND ,FLORIDA 1 MOUNT FIRST NATIONAL. ; METROf'GOLDWYN' FOX AND UNIVERSAL V

.";'';;'." _f.yv :rile i ...iat.e rtesslSA.N'FORD I '; ,
>."..-,.' The fact is we have 110 varieties of : ":"
:- :' pictures, more than half of which would not be shown in
-The police department this city, t
,. it not for the l
-. of this city< during the month of March were wonderful support that our friends havegiven us, or at least not until after they y : had been"
-r made !U eases and collected fines '
S shown all .
';{M t\: totalfhg $%.ISUi from Waters of over Florida and the prints old, worn and tattered. *" | __ -.-' _
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"-':) t the law,according to the monthly report ., .
-4o; r'_ of that department to the city If we can on the truth that here *
:- council Just made 'public. ,Charges pass South of the Caloosah tch e'in Fort Myers is where the'bestpictures :
: "-- t made',against, the arrested persons are shown as they are released then Mr. / I
I' drnnkardneas Public, the writer feels that he has not failed )
.,. ranged from and selling in his: effortsto: .
: : liquor to. blocking railroad cross: sell people of Fort Myers service, and that he has convinced them ; : i
a '.1.,. and doing. business without. a license ':' \,that,oftener: ,tlt1\IVQlce': \ ih.!+the.gqqH "'.-4::>;; '-
1925
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S t ;, ,':There were'79 'cases of drunk ....;. ;.,... year. we can hope to have them as patrons: of our theatre. i" : T- ;' i
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.. r'- sellers of, whiskey Other; classes of 11 hope that.you have enjoyed our services and that I shall! hear frbmrydu-'torii&Kt"at' : the: theaire.VVe;:: '

"''':'!l'" offenders numbers, from to'Iudlf- '. have really a splendid picture to show ,-
.r ....> .terent'groups' There were 22, cases ; :. '. you, one that you will enjoy d you can rest assured. that ;RAIli( Pit1 .
r dismissed.JACKSO.WILLE. ; SHINE you can come in and enjoy real clean
P entertainment_at. a fair. rice. .. *" -
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lie" DeSaussure Post of the American' Yours *' .... .
_S ; lion Is, sponsoring a 'moYement' to ,: "!" V ; with;bes wishes', \ .I' ::1' ;. ; '_: .

; 'hare the city so equipped that.It dan ,:'. V .. (Signed) J. F. WORSLEY .. '
be easily' decorated within a few boarsfor ;
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'a'c f proposed any!gals brtbe occasion.Post Is'The that plan already as ,; L _. at the ARCADE THEATRE.' '. .- .. .. .-, ;i
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+ ..r 'being' practiced in several I leading .;. '.' .. : : .! '. '. \.. :. .
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t =: the j .' ."
t :: placement of flagpole< sockets ," ;;, : '
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i. 0/: close Interrala A flag tour feet'.and : -
Y fl'7. : six feet would be placed on' a twelve
x zt+.V!,. foot pole la' these sockets when the ; + ,
oecasion demanded. main }
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J.-" '''.latat few, weeks It has been as.aaaneadby 1 r- iJf.OlJHis ': ; '
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:: Ralph O. Caples,,chair. : : : ; : { fIotgb t nrWff 'f'J' :
+ '- th i
?y + nHot!/ '.buiiaing committee which ti .
'-:; .k %;Charge jtl1.collecting the cash do- ;. 'l h: : :; Io ;." :
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to building "
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S t9ttee.. 'addition to the,cost of >, ,."., '/ _.4 ,, : ,
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F ;_veeUau the committee expects to %:: .o 'i; :'. /- >, '
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ate-bniMinga. : \ ; .. :'.. .ADMISSIONSji/i-;;;
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y ....., inade to hare the United States tMt: : ;
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: '__.. tkls. port...Mayor, ',T*, Alsop is c .<. ; ,
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: yl i4 .* V.itod Stales'Senator Duncan : i,; '
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