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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 23, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
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'41ST YEAR. NO.; 119 FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 23. 1925 PRICE 6 CENTS
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,cc c WON' $ 'S SQUARE ARCHES COUNTY-PLANNEDFOR LINES I HOWIANY CAN YOU IDENTIFY? JOHN F.E: TATUM ,



ii : Welcoming archway at the county I. ,
; tGARDEN DOOMED lines DIES AT ROMEINE.FORTMIERS :
on road number five
; number two will be erected and by road the i' I' >f,.:...=- .,.. 'R, I .

Fort Myers Kiwanis club It was decided '
:
t8Y at the organization's regular :
BIG BUSIN SS meeting v Wednesday. I ;

It(! ." .N. C. Case. Vernon Widerqulst and .
,..
ee '
:.A f j
) -J R. P. Ransom will -
form the committee 1 1AH ;
Historic Structure .to Make. In charge of the work.. W. O. Prominent Lee County Merchant .

i &, Room For 28 Story 'Insurf -' Sparklln.- architect baa volunteeredto Passes Away at 1:30 I
c cooperate In planning the
;; ante Building; arches. O'clock Today >-



s j:-|JBUILDING,. -NEVER PAID COAST MOTOR ROAD CAME TO FLORIDA_ IN 1905?; s:

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: 'p:.T Barnum First Saw Possibilities -
+ Body Will Be Taken To Okee- i
Of Former Train Shed r
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EXTENSION BEFORE ehobee City Tomorrow For I ; .
I vFor. Show Purposes ?'
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II j <'-, ... Burial' 1;

PEW: ; YORK-April 23.-Madison STATE LEGISLATURE ;.

Square Garden scene'of the last John Forest Tatnm. aged 43. diedat ''f_,

Democratic national ron\-enUon. a .Y IIIP' his horn in East Fort Myers"t e ,. ;

landmark since 1890. a magic name T. Begin After Removal 01 Grading t fa r a 1:36: this afternoon after a long Illness I

since 1878 will pass out of the picture Equipment. Front Preferential C w c j with Bright** disease. Mr., Ta- ,
early In ..May. ;Wreckers then Work tum was the son of John Rand Virginia I k
.will lay Jack. adze and crowbar to I Tatum and\* was bora at Peters j :

probably New York's most widely lay Th AmoriHe. rrrtO burg. Ya. In 1883. He cam to Floty 1.< =
fIf .knowa Institution to make way for TALLAHASSEE. April 23.-The Ida in 1S05 and wa for many years '

the new 28-story home of' the New question',, whether' or not Florida shall engineer on the steamboats Cne4

York Life Insurance Company. have a coast-line state highway, or net! Ralph W Bartley for ;Meng

-"Madison Square Garden there have I approximately so. extending from (I'ourt..q Tampa Ttroe.. Bros. I '
been two buildings was the Miami over the Tamiami Trail In 1908 he. was married to Miss 1 _'>, ,
abandoned passenger station originally of the through Fort Myers Saint Petersburg I Here It is ladies and gentlemen-the ancestor of the present Fort Myers mayor of Fort Myers, now Tampa prominent attorney and capitalist; Edward Bertric Chandler at Kissimme, FIT :, "

old Harlem railroad. Harlem trains .' Tampa, thence around the coastto Concert band. Only In 1884 they called it the Fort Myers Brass band. It L. Evans Fort Myers' pioneer! merchant; A. A. Gardner founder ot years ago he opened' a store I IB East l-i;;
the drum. Look: at the Jaunty the boys wore their derbies the electric light system now owaed by the Southern Utilities J
from Albany"in the late 'COs were Jlampton Springs and from that says so on way Company now Fort Myers which gradually Increastd .
towed there, down Fourth Avenue point to Tallahassee over Road No. in "the good old days." The genuine "pancake straw" lids are also in evi 1 farmer and grove owner; W. K. Washbnrn. retired merchant living on Lee In volume of business until It Is ",2

from 42nd Street because ;;.steam- 19.and from the capital city to Apalachicola | street; H. Blount, whereabouts and history unknown; J. L. Cutter now one of the best patronized stores-la.

-" power In the heart of the city was and on to Pensacola,is now dence.The manufacturing curios of alligator and snake hides on the Jackson street the county.Mr. '" : :
deemed unsafe. before, the state legislature In'a 'Press would like to hear from any of Its readers who are able to : dock; P. C. Gaines. .moved to Mississippi in 1889; W. P. Henley retired con- I Tatum was a member of the 'i-
bill Introduced It furnish more details regarding this picture. Exactly where it was taken etc j Elks. Masons and Eastern Star. Sat' '
by Senator Hodges
S Commodore, :Vanderbilt captured 3 tractor and capitalist of lIt>ndr, street; Sitting down: snare drum Capt.
the.Harlem line and subordinated it Is proposed to place awest, coastal From right to left; standing: E M. Hendry. who became president of j Tom Evans now engaged in the real estate buiness; man named Collier, I riving him are the widow, two eons 'j I

to his own Hudson River railroad. highway In the list of designated the Florida State Board of Health before he died; Peter O. Knight, once ;' gone; man named Singletary. gone. John .Forrest, Jr., and Charles Robert
The' Harlem station was closed when state'roads to take care of the linksin and one sister Mrs. Alice Cotton of .

be1 opened Grand Central station farther the route not already covered In Petersburg Va. '- ;
the designations adopted in 1923. '! The body. will be taken to Okchobee **- ,
north.
'-'P.' T. Barnnm., with a showman's Following the TamJamt Trail from FLORIDA CELERY BODIES OF BOYS 'REGULAR INFANTRY COLLINS' BODYLIES I City tomorrow, where Mr*. I ITatum'

>eys.< saw the..possibilities of the .deserted Miami to'.Tampa.: already in the designated ARE RECOVEREDThis i IN STATE! family lives, for buriaL Fun j ,
eral arrangement have hews
not
MBU the proposed coastal I
tralnshed It covered 32 city
road would connect with Saint Pet- I made but it Is probable that the Ma;* i
lots the largest enclosure in Manhat- SHIPMENTS SHOW morning floating on the surface REGIMENTS[ MAKE I
taD: aDd be leased It for ]lid circus ersburg thence directly up the coast of the water within 100 yards of I I I IBr Th Ara rtetr4 rrrm) [ sons will( have charge of the service. .

opening Us long career as a concourse through Clearwater, Crystal River, where they went down the father discovered -{ CAVE CITY. Ky. April 23.-The i I I

.. for athletic meets, monster Cedar Keys, to Hampton .Springs. BIG INCREASEI the bodies of Roscoe Smith.! READYFORCJ.T.C.Only C.t C. body of Floyd Collins recovered from ':I Found With Stolen
Near the ,latter point it would the
concerts and horsesbows. It was ; connect II, and Derry Smith; 7, who walkedto cave yesterday is to lie In state
also known under its present dame! with Road No. 19 for a direct I their deaths Tuesday evening for a few days at the Baptist church Ford Js Jailed
line; intoTallahassee.. Leaving here, after which it will be buried ; .
for-four year as t
from.then on. save while the
1925: wading in edge of the rivers) .
Bureau Shlp-
"Qllmore's Garden" during. a tenancy' Tallahassee It would run south to RcporN Riverside.' i, )MH) Teeny Men to R* Picked on a hill above crystal cave: a cavern '
at
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of.the bandmaster. Newport .and. Saint Marks coveringsome meets Exceed 192i: by ) The father and mother Rhett and Out ef Flood ..f I discovered by CollinsTEETOTALERS Charged with the theft of a'porn

'\..The tralnshed was replaced by the of the most historic territory In 1116<> Car.;.. Nealin Smith negroes have been re- Application I touring car belonging C. W.. Caiaet",, r "-
'. present" structure In 189. The new Florida. From Saint Marks around -- sidents ot Fort''Myers for five : : DISPLEASED of Fort Myers a ad Ohio,-Rolne} : pt j
>;; building was designed by Stanford the '(out' It would go Into Apatachl- SANFORD. April ?3.-An Increase son, was .with the other years.Another two Under instructions from the war I was brought back from Tampa ."'.et" -fC' ,

; White. who"more than a decade later cola and thence along the coast ot 506 cars in. the celery shipments 1925 over! and a.w_thelll."c: <>..d01VD.I department .the. .2.24 Jilted States, 'DUBLIN. April ZZ=Ihs ''Pioaeet meads)' eveaing Oy.. Dean'tr'-Sheriff f
Florida for the
.une & .frgm year "' : A. Wells and lodged4a J-" "" J' "
OQJIi"roe..l'anama Infantry from Fort. McPherson Georgia i "
1
:BDa.shot tbereiby.HarnkK4iThaw.lt ) I The' bodie6 will be buried withoutan Total <\b.Unenceassociation of Ire-
,
estimated F. JLScruggs .
1924
the is by
+ "l"TInlnCM a syndicate com'prUlng City:Camp.Waltco and then Into Milton 'year and the Sth Infantry from Fort Sapp was found la possessionol
Y
,7' :wag ) United States department of Inquest as the accident was' wit land. the conditions of membership -
J; Piermont ,,Morgan.. D.; O. at which point it connects with economic with nessed. Screven Georgia. have been moved I II pf which prescribe that no one can the car: la Tampa and arrested. and
agriculture bureau of
State Road No. 1 for Pensacola. from their has acknowledged .officers tatrtblha :
In'the *
Mills and'other leading spirits permanent garrisons to \
: until
r I loin he bas totally abstained for
lore association. It was formally It Is proposed that work shall be officers( located here. I Camp :McClellan. Alabama where took the Ford. The car was tak'I I
1 Show
two from form of alcohol
I opened before 17.000 people:en ginon the highway as soon a, grading A report Just Issued by Mr. Scruggs : LEGISLATURE ASKS I they will spend the summer as parent; Is not-years satisfied any that Saint Patrick's en from Fort Myers on' April tat sad
with Edward Strauss equipment may be- moved from shows that through April-15 the 'TAX LAW REPEAL organizations for young men who are I II' the joke seems to have boomersngtd ton
H, 1890.. i Day.
June amount of celery shipped from Sanford 1925. was as dry as the legislature -
and his orchestra and two grand bal- work on the present preferential 1 enrolled for the Citizens Military intended.All the perpetrator. Sapp used Ito I
.. without interfering with the totaled 4,595 cars as compared I'Training drive a truck for Hadsock..4
roads, II camps. I
.
J (By Tk JUMwIated Fn >
with 4.200 cars up to the same date I drink shops were closed but
lets.The of those roads The 22nd Infantry arrived at I
conventions construction Camp
abowa. political last Increase of 395 cars. The TALLAHASSEE. April 23.-The there was an exemption in favor of .
year an
ban. and national lower house of the legislature was i McClellan early last week and immediately t ". N
,imas5meeting. 5,925 bona fide travellers. One had only to v/
tale shipments were given as Gotham Pictured
%of sporting, events belt In.the. garden ant cars through April this year, which asked today by Representative Davisof [I started the .work of preparing, go outside the city boundary, it was
the! subsequent-S5 years are familiar GRAIN. ELEVATORS was 215 cars less than the shipments' Leon county to pass a memorial j for the reception of twenty-five hundred said, to get all the drink desired. As Modem\ Babylon.ty ,
i
,. blllt 'Also during this period. the requesting the congress of the United' ((2,500) young men who will arrive -
!'1'-- J ; : GO UP IN SMOKE for the same period last year, that ----- #. :
of the building which cost $8.- States to repeal or modify portions i in camp for month's stay, on I
A value period shipment being 6,140. July 2.Athletic. SUFFRAGE BODYIS ; < TI. AMMUUJ Fm) Xp-
'dwindled toa mere of the national Income tax. law I
t OOO.OOOto. erect UU4'riy' '*) Prices this year Sl) far have .yer-! i fields and the artificial i NEW YORK. April 2*-New lint 1
, f 1150000 wben"the New York'auction Life In CHICAGO April S3.-More than aged 15 to 25 cents above the average j."which," tends to retard business prog-:I'lake: at Camp McClellan are being: IS DISBANDED is pictured as a modern Babylon, 4e,; I
4; Jmaght It In at foreclosure two million bushels of elevator were price of last year according to Mr. ress thoroughly over and will be I graded below Berlin ud Parts,$la. thi.aaaual .
out gone
was The memorial points one of the
\ ; The :total consideration destroyed In.-'disastrous fire hU of the
.191S. Scruggs In statement which acorn used the regular in their report .New York ee I-,
: ,BE,000OOO.land and all. last midnight. Two wooden elevators pained the report : provisions of the federal law that by athletic regiments |'i WASHINGTON. Apr1!! 25.-The Na- ty for the suppression of vlcev'LI-j,:
the garden never paid fit burned, the loss being estimated at differences in1 land values before preparatory: training. 'I tional Suffrage association anbed 'cautious .
a! : Because 11 no serious curtailment occurs In'tbe I 'General Edwin B. Winans has been' : and salacious matter la.par* 1
March 1913 and the value when sold
t s,, Banclally.H_ .had to go.. 2500000. celery Industry," nays the statement assigned to take command of this''[before the <<:civil ;war to obtain! the vote I' veyed by stage screen and bookstands -
ik Half of the city's fire fighting force the Sanford section will ship subsequent to that time is considered i for women, parsed out 'of existence It Is claimed .
c and win move from Atlanta, his
iXfiBUS LKATES ERIrDA called 'out. -i Searching parties taxable. Davis regards this as fore- amp meeting held to disband The '
LOS, was many more cars this year than. was today at society advocates a atat
headquarters the first of
; t *. W ASH I NOTO-f. April s.-Tba dirigible started, after the Are,.to,hunt for an shipped from here last year while the ign to the true Intent of the Income :Jay resent, according to present on instructions ,: CarrieChapman Calf lone leader ILl'(licensing law for theatrical producer.,
at aged watchman and:.wife believed to tax law and the meaning of the national the association was one of the principal and clarification f
(' Los Angles, leftTBermuda rest of the state will have somewhat from Corps Area headquarters. : j a of the act agalastogsceae "
t t. r 1t:5T 'o'clock this morning for JUkc- hare:;, been quartered:?.fa one of the smaller increase. The shipments for income tax amendment Other camp to be established' In!! speakers literature. I \ ';. ,
Iharst buildings and not'accounted, for."IWssWngton the full 1925 will be approximately : -
season
N J.: he Southeast! are Fort Barrancas,!
: 7,720 an increase of 506 cars I Saint Lucie County Florida. Fort Bragg. North Carolina. 1,000,000 Confederate Memorial\ 7 2
over the'last season's shipment\ of 7.- Division and Fort Oglethorpe Georgia ;
News Photographers l Proposed j
214. -- Te total number of men to 'Ill'
;I .. young Half Dollars Will be Distributed.'tTLtNTA.
"Prices this :year thus far haTe I the : I : .
Have Their: Troubles Too toy T... AuMwUIHI Frru) be trained .In Fourth Corps Area .
; 1."j i r1. TALLAHASSEE, April 23.-A bill as announced the Corps Area I :: '
J $
prices for last season to date. For tot hCl dlvisjon of Saint Leis county mal der. Brigadier General ,"
i g! .,; --rr::-- .18 last beginning January lto..leT'1 r -..' April 23.-Details of theipl.'B Ever) commercial bank i. 'ia:it V
., took days year at a line slightly north of its present i will be something ovet>four thousand
lh who
fwASHINQTON Aprtl"23.It1en1so' yacht 1 asked man 8,000ibanks i!
t--' e' ? under which more than therefore 'to Immediately place Urn
1; ; it how be managed"It. .He'd beaten 11 'celery graded as 3-Cs good stock center, Is now at its second reading, 14,000)). General BowIe) states that;a all will
in Southern states
.f bard to tt photographs'of. I| co- rder for the memorial'C'ol e sow
sold L25 to and 1,733 cars oa
at $ tl.75
me .already, so he was .willing to telL in the house. -Indian river would be four thousand applications ,have been I'I mnj .
. jmblla men and women In.?Washington were rolled This similar ', operate In the distribution'one leposlt la the 'District Federal Re
; "* : yeaf a period the name of the new -county with received but it is found that many ,
the' yard 1'1
If can .only: get tothem'to; l was down at navy 23 { lien Confederate Memorial, half dol- eerie banks
you of"depression' began; on March
,) ''. stunt.1 "he- related. Sud Verq as the county seat. I had to be rejected on account of physical United "
not her lara minted the
them to po.eAII: news photographers on grade recently by it the unsolicited orders thus tar
ask and lasted until April 4 when
; Fort Pierce is to remain the county disqualifications. A great many of
denly I heard somebody hollering to I government aaaouaced
agree on that But-some- 3- will account
Saint Lucie these not to
seat of on "
'It is 'difficult to reach me. Looking' I discovered was county go camp today by Robert F. :Maddo, chairmanof mortal assoclatloa be" J
limes very During these da) .of depression only -' I of not fulfilling requirement of may ; takes ."C,
them tbronlh their screens of ..af thi"'pre.ldent.'caUlnc to me.from the '[8t the' Southern Bankers committee my Index of the aeatlsikentl'Bot.only .
r.- \ : cars were shipped. '
the war department., that all be vaccinated -
I )'ftower'a deck.I went over and auperrteing.the Issuance of the twins of the South '
"The Sanford section shipped 3,217 JAILED ; but of the nation,the 4-
garMans FATHER against smallpox and Inocu-i
( he motioned me up the gangplank. cars this season before themarket ; lated against 'typhoid and para, -typhoid -}\' Simultaneous .release of tH Memo maid for the coins .11Iar exceed.
:transact business behind. lIe told 'me he'd never been photographed broke under S3 and 3-6a good stock fevers .before they can be ac-'rial coins Is to be made all ever the he supply arstlablt at' this tit..

,, This' la true of the' president, the on board his yacht and he'd averaged more than $2 during that WEtFARE FEDERATION'CARES eepted. government'goes so tari!I relied'Statea on the morning; of July since a part of the" coinage issue' Is
w1Ce-prosident'and the cabinet mem-! like;to have It done -would.; I mind time: The season has now passed 'the ing In tre distribution are authorised being l'etlel'ftd."Y the.AMoetetWtor
: as to furnish the serum for the Inocnlatlon. [
{ < most I took it. of course.When .! 3, when commercial banks cooperat- f1at4re ate1h. .'_.
berg It la true la a measure .of hree-fonrths: post and the average except tor, smallpox v cdna. j ....
'at the senators and it la very true ,I put this n.: to.Slemp.:'"*, he general price to April 15 Is well above (loo.-[ -and In every.county. practically,'j to redeem coin certificate for actual "Only those bolding cola_ eertHJ:

r ;tin d ee4Ot, UtUe Miss Paul* ,Long"t .- clean. T the. average price for the same period FOR CHILDREN throughout the Southern States 'pbysVIcians half dollars. Certificates entitling rates. therefore, caa be, abi. >oh *ly
he'contessed. ;
,i worth.. -'I'dida't ask him: Ila.t,yean The prices came In last have volunteered their '*14 in their holders to''coins will be on sale certain of receiving these. covet**
e.t. 'I just told you,what I.was sure he'dear. year like a lamb and went out like a ----- performing the service of Inoculation by aH banks prior to' July 3. mementoes to whiff C4MB.. yer!"" l
turr 3 :>' Pr*.ei Tells SUry. It_ seems I guessed 'rone'- tlon with prices averaging above Snudl Tots Only liaise Was CetrredWagea : In a circular addressed to the add aa additional '.remiuQU.Memberr .

a a;.Hllnstratlve: : of Y'tbe:d1tr1cUli' a :p1c- ;Ilardiag's r.sfeJ'Mte'! 12.75 to S3 for J-Ss'good quality after 'At Tearbt and It .vaccination.1.1 anticipated according". Genera II beads-of.all Southern:banks, the plan i :'of the 8ottther* IS a etai

fture'fW a8er< aometlmea experiences.s The there j,:was 'the. easeof'PresI' : AprlMS. f Camp ." } Bowley, 'that there will' be ten la outlined as follows: committee.; In charge of the dlstrMott .-:
$ 1 iA f la'lmluctlng' subject'be'sjseek.WK" abotl1.bQt'"Mnu.dlni dent .Harding' famous International -"The prices for' the remainder of --. ,thousand' applicationsfor the training I -Previous to-. Jaly 3rd there will be of the Confederate,'. eels' :ails:

:>'I 'eels: td'P I live' bin 'the<'attendaD'ta deatr.d' disarmament 'conference" Committees this,season< are:-.-highly p blmaticaL: Living ins covered truck with his i camps Jn the:Sooth this year;'and 'Issued! ,,te..au".Ntcrlber. to.the Coafed- Robert:, Ma44ox.: ctMinMB. .A4.....,

; his 'to, of photographers worked :'for The bulk of the celery will be washed three small children one an ,Infant, that many nx r<3thau the alloted four; ante Memorial Inevery .city certificate Ga. L M. Baldwte' HoUa-jaiiy, 4k
4 :C >ttowab4s 'pernili.Ion to be. asked.' H.; weeks in. advance' trying to:nraDI'tor and should be' sold 25 cents' higher and trying provide for Ulera while: ; I i thousand to bel trained will be-eliglble I f eatHUnj .the holder. oa. or after. Ernest F. LadJU.. ..Mobile. TkMtM 8,

,tt i fH en";lot the National" .Ph9ton' :a'picture of the conferees at. the than the-rough. Certain factors have working at the carp ter". trade but cnnot.be. accommodated. I July 3rd, to *a equivalent ....ber.of Smith Blrmi.ghan>. Oscar :-welt.,;;

ny't! lb'tha'story; beginning Of the. opening- ,session entered Into the situation which I Version: A, Newport was at the tourIst The many valuable scholarships to I the JI.JIlCrlal'e"IDs. Birmingham AlAtenia.Moretoead a

"wi: =' 'WMttttl. '. v picture otPresidentMH President, :.Hardlng'a ,*ndv Secretary make trusty prognostications. impossible
I .' :Q>> Hdpeqfl e. the .lNht, )yfowet. Hughes' subordinate, Invsj4iblyf. .' Today he, is lodged In the county tag offered to students of these train- the public tSr-Hijh! ,, two asecclesrIV .. ,:.,.- .
-a t ne' bad bees; t'kns "then4 it ported' "nothing; doing, .Iiare ldn1 I ,"Although some growers ,who shipped Jail, and the children are In .the bands i!e&, camps, have stimulated' recruU..] '--- elit a
'. would be a good news feafv be ,right ,to:Cot all 'those! .<;at lamats! after March 21 may lose heavily of Miss Barre Pritchetf welfare tag among graduates of high schools, I commu 1'1 fM eralinj .In this, ns- -llor, saint Peter_,..
::1 11 .; Te president was &olu&or. attfstt .together 'and then have-,them ;photographed. ', the section asa whole,will probably worker, while the Clearwater sheriff according to the general .!jtl.m-w'd+.gh'tr'S1rtoa.;':! lilntaa..MUsU. E. W. ...1"1

;t.- tt.. Allowing Sunday.' It seem-, ., That's .what.tljft s bordlnates !I- receive ,C'Uhretura equal to.Jf not is coming to take charge of Newporton The officer in charge oCthese: camps "b--Vclnn'rlr- or:1nizzUOII or pub.lgcrplrl We,'A.. F. Perry JttfaRostflu :;

tbet'would be a good time. reported that President Hard- greater .than that. of last season." a warrant sworn out for J his .r-> I.I has established his office In The Red ,,'ed a tiaensr which are to be IfiamU JV' riwa. :; j'f

} ( to'Secretary Slemp Slemp: lag and Secretary Hughes;saM.:- -' resti Rock BuildJ tg... Atlanta Ga. and will foraced.daderhe' ..r+ctktn of the BqflM R.; Bias*, AtJ...... >
.' : :. ilk Mr. :Coolidge .and let ODe day by.'pure .luck, a'.iko&"' : BEBLIX TO TOP EIFFEL :TOWER' i "'The 'mas claims that he Is unable' accept applications ,until Jane' 15th. Stcne )loun'a' ;_ Monumental: aaeocia- H., Jones, ,AU.a4.,.. MJIte. X.CharhM .

I. t saw bim,th. next-4syc [ r.ph r,met' "'{ enewr.HuJllei1 .. r-- :I Ito" live with his:wife who neglects the Candidates are accepted .I. 'order, 'of ties and tka'asapees'oft-a: natloaidK.cojnm'Kt s.Ya..1a. ... Lewis:,it 1
,- s- ; MM SlemP,:. 'He vngt4 d3e atreet:i ;. __ r; .: 'BERLIN, April 23v -Two roadeast;. children and that'be ls'doing his best date,of application. ef spcnsors. HaYMe Me....... AtlMta.PaHitay. :.
t thy pdncy'b ,get., w'Idr. ,, retary:. be beg la< towers are BOW'under'construe-, te.be"both father and mother t tb his The aPVattat of coins to toivitbes AapsU. ...... : t!

.j&; oa f Mayflower"'and' beo.';! -'.:Wi' hay. a plcture.,otJ., tfenin Germany,that will exceed ,!la I three, little ones His arrests and' be- duI .a..A' Iirairia' throqlt'&IIe'eeBS. J.IL Tarawa, U-atorM*..). RAeewert.
la the- BothwfU !! hlSchl-ldrea. tFtTS DE1TH I'ENALTT .. a1'.n.. ;....tt .....'.. sewi as ,.._ .
.tikloM, too.- fvreaceT .. blight all .others CO Dtrr I in'separated from was I II' .r$ .'L aaeee 'I..a'L. aim. L...
i.t. .. ,, '. ...-'MT'e'been' woaaeriDS: ,be. provided with elevators and shook t0,.Aim trowhlca'.be-.baa lasttottto-a*. .base. 9es.f.4w kilns,( Kattselgi.l .
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t p.ygv -< OA I tasked,..that, ,t''' thoagat you .V to be located ia a suburb of<< Ber- H'*.'imppogxt. thattft warrant'f.r I'tllMHIt.. ......r V .:mnrM6 : dr.tptbeillie5aaet. pL .....55'3p y lief/_ 08lg11r, .A; ....... ,. t

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Chamber
s ; :i-. j.l''t( -'t Accomplishments

i, '. \'' ::.. During the Last Thirty Days I II '

i -: .x .. .J FASHIONS j

; ,. ,_ .'PORT SAINT JOE Shipments of --
sea- In listing the III
activities
of
\ d foods from ApaUehfeola ti Inland the .Fort 1 Started InvesUgaion of supposed a 'FOIBL'ES"I"
Myers
chamber of 1:I ,
:' commerce the fol- parasitic I
: points
germ endangering Royal
; during the last six months Dt lowing
I t 3&: y : eroded IBOjMH) gallons qt'.oysUFs and Items were reported to that Palms: TRAFFIC MAKES VALUES "
J !
body yesterday> j
u accomplishments Sharn
:J :UOM pounds or fish according to for the month 'ending I Wrote department of agriculture _, try Shirley
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records Wednesday. research bureau urging investigation. : !
1. of shipments over theJVpalachlcoU .
+ April :22nd.Ccmpieted. 'L I
i : i : ,Northern J'ta!lroad. Progressed favorably In persuading :: -'- I
.".. jTbe'bulkyof 4.he painting and Illumination Northern Interests to create a i .1 '
the
eeafood supply of city advertising on the large recreational camp here.' To 'Be The Connecting -
i ffontApalachkola.. la shipped to thesoutheastern Water Works tank. Do You Know The Ballard Road is
Definitely obtained the building

\ \ ;_ Jvomecanned shrimp t'nited Is shipped Sm.es. out while by Initiated and closed negotiations' here of a, wrought Iron factory for I Link Between The Palm Beach Blvd and 'The. Ta- :
r 'boat.' for a one hundred thousand dollar fancy scrolls hinges knockers: doorknobs I
1 k Besides the Apalachicola, ship and Irons, lanterns and I ... ,
swimming POOl. to be light
"t: supervised and
ments. 482 barrels of flak were shipped posts.- miami Trail For Through Traffic?
cared for -
4.of' from Port Saint Joe lalauL:: under the management. of i
'
:';" The. period ot record covers from the city. Obtained services of one wealthycitizen :

.I to, Sept IS to April 15. when the oysterseason' Maintained more than a house a agreeiag to move and replantIn .:
,.. in particular is at its height day average "Honse-a-Day cam any part of the city Royal Palms DO) YOU REALIZE?
t moved through necessity and offering
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t.4t A total of approximately 1S.OOO
carriers 1'I11nte ten dollars palm towards the I III
: '; per purchase
of "shuckedoyster& each ear- ted "prospective building and WhatBELLE
i r:;. t ;' of same.Appearedbefore
;s:. Tier containing flye'pJoDS each and loan association organizer.. In the I
i ., ( %,$09. barrels of oysters in the shellwere poscibilHles here. the city commission -
: shipped. Each barrel of oysters Closed an agreement with the Associated to obtain easement of a local rI'H
i ,-. In the Press street for the Sea Board Air Line. :
shell will-product two gallons of Florida Headquarters
: !in Orlando Started an organization looking to :
1 "shucked" o -stersi for the chamber of commerce -
I; ': The shrimp shipments over ,the here to furnish for publication the obtaining pure certified milk VUELots
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from Inspected: registered cattle in
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rf Apalachicola Northern line also reach'I news items to thirty-one Northern Fort I I1'1
Myers.
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a considerable
", volume according to I newspapers.
Arranged strict Inspection of restaurants :
r' e C. XL !McCranie freight traffic: representative Averaged six Fort Myers bead lines '
,1, of the railroad. Apalachicolajiackeries : I in the Tampa Tribune dally in city. : I
i '' Arranged a strict Inspection of Joea / .
'" : 'obtain great quantities of Obtained sixty-seven new mem ,
} beef. /1'1
shrimp, the greater portion of whichare bers.
( ::-.. canned for shfpctevu I Increased the. percentage of paid Arranged for Municipal Parking will be worth when this road is hard surfacedBUY
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The seafood annually In space.
-Industry advance memberships. Four hundred dollars old +81 I II
AP3Jachl-l Paid off
I f. Bola' '
represents an Personally supervised the depart I
\ of the administration.
notes preceeding
i be0eoo more than'1JKK; 0 persons being ate of three famous'-"con" men who j I

1' t 'employed. A fleet of. 28O vessels Is I bad come here! to' operate. I Handled. approximately eighteen 1 bty' e off far 'Vassar, WelUslry I TODAY .,. I I f
utilized In : Completed
harvesting and there are an arrangement looklagtoWlJ'd : I
r '17'different hundred inquiries by mail. and all prints east and imf in the .-
packing houses the
establishment
In'opera- of a Mortgage '
r -; tion. The shrimping season varies, Bond Company here, capitalization Handled four specific inquiries smartest of treading frocks, chic ;

i' ,F .sometimes being at its height: in two million dollars. I looking toward the erection here of little halt, neat. thus and fresh I

I, 1 .,April. "May or Jane and again '!in Co-operated In the Seaboard AirLine oil refineries and distribution units. I limes.SMABT .
t -t: September. October. and November. A drive.Obtained.. Obtained about seven columns of '

4 y recent survey made by the Federal 1.519 names for the cen- "Outside of Florida" newspaper pub) little frocks left unbuttoned at tie

\ '.!. : government gave 7433 acres> In oyster aaa list that bad been .overlooked by licity. hem permit the vouni: idea to take a lout ONLY $ 25: DOWN
}i' ,;;, 'bed in ApalachicoU Bay. The bay to the..enumerator. '. step ia the direction of learning as it :

t 39 :'miles' long and eight miles wide, Obtained a ruling from the attorney ST. JAMES CITYMr. males its characteristic laftt-txunutc dash .
\ and Is formed by St. George's.!' St.Vincent's general on this matter. fax the trtppfOPTipyntil train that is to "
and Dog Islands.DATTOXA Obtained a promise from Governor carry it back to ooDege. It is interesting I
r' Martin .to watch them ia the great railroad. stations
-----:- to nave new names added.
-A 601 Arranged conference, an&Mra.V.B.Btight spent the in their beautifully tailored suits
total of teachershave looking No Interest On Deferred Payments
.. their fresh dresses 0I1Ia"
: ftPdust brown ;
I, I : made application for positions f In toward an Increase In the totaL This week end In Punta Gorda with rela-
cuhmere and _
:1 the'schools increase tives. They accompanied on green gray plaids,or fa .
placing were
of Daytona up to the present Fort Myers ninth on colored fiuod. The frock for travelingand .
t ; 'date this year according toa the list of Florida cities. Instead of their return by Mr. and Mrs., Andy "
general use is quite narrow,has
'r :: 4;: ; statement twelfth. Ross who will make this their a
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of figures city
relating to'theschools small coCar!! of its own material and is Profit Investment
Take Small
l ::. '. : of this city just issued by Persuaded "Sunniland" publishers home for some time. made wit'.*..l>ed pockets and. long dolt a Large on a .
to ;: Superintendent J. F Eastman. The u> give sort>> Myer a seven page write sleeves.CH1LDKEAS.
Ml teachers. hare residence 41 different up: in- their May Issue Co-operated
r : states, sayg the statement It wlth'ther( representative to ,this end. Commissioner Fred G. Thompsonand
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I } some friends from Boca Grande FATAL DISEASES
was also'poiDt out that Daytona has Completed, a three thousand word
y. dos more p.pll Ia their schools thisyear article on Lee county for publication were on the Island Sunday. Worms and parasites In the Intestines

than were enrolled last I by the American of children undermine health
Association
year. of Engineer
Thirty pupils enrolled during this *. We are very glad to report thatCapt. and so weaken their vitality that =Co
month. Completed an article for In Frank Smith who bas.heeD In they are unable to resist the diseases Cross Realty
entry ;
.':'\: ,1-'. the Florida Society contest.. the hospital at Fort Myers for sometime so fatal to-child life.The safe courseis .
has sufficiently recovered so to give a few doses of White'
ORLANDO-The local chamber of Gathered. compiled and tabulated
that last Saturday be was moved to Cream'ermlfuce.. 'It Destroys; and ; .
-commerce has gone on record as far statistics on Lee county for comparative "
;! 317 McGregor' Boulevard where Mrs. expels the worms without'the slightest .
firing an issuance of 1500.000 worth obonds purposes showing
progress .
: Smith, baa an apartment Injury to the health.or'activity of
on short time terms to provide between 1120 and 1925
supplementary .
'' the child. Price 35e Sold bT EvanPharmacy. .
forT the floating' .indebtedness of theM to census: figures. This report covers :
Ward MIckle of Fort Myers, Is 221 First StrreetOR :
c 'municipality. This .
; plan- .as suggested thoroughly the county development
spending this week with Mr. and Mrs.
by Mayor Clles 'at,.a recent meeting everything from Increase In school TIle Century Plant. ,i .. .
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Morris )flckle.1In. .
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of the' city roan! Some members of attendance, real estate valuations The report' that a century plant

:" .the. chamber hare expressed themselves tax rates, etc. to', revenue on our Blooms only once In a hundred yean : :
ti- Harrison Woodring. with )fi.aDd OWN
r" as favoring long term bonds splendid "back country" acreage? te probably due to the Impatience of YOUR BROKER .
Mrs. Fred Hord and
children attended
1 ; bat it was pointed out that short term Disposed of fifteen' hundred copies some of Ha admirers. In some parts
i bonds would hi'much: cheaper The of "Selling Climate." Sunday school and church of South America where It grows .wild ,\ :
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= : d.' bonds under the proposal would draw Obtained remarkable "letter, complimentary services at Pinel and Sunday morning. it hlooms once: In elchurears. but who ,

: eight.per .cent Interest. to Fort It has tn
.zo., :L., :,' }. Thomas .Shribe* president Myers of the Philadelphia from( Mrs., H. M. Hingson and baby and 'ao<1er transplanted artificial conditions Into greenhouses JU ...;:; .,,_., :..._ .i, : :' -
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't ., < 5.' 8ARASOTA Announcement has American League club. This Miss Rosa Lee,Hing'ron spent several i blooming, 4.sea ranch proIonz I
1 ; been"made'b L. days In Fort Myers last week. .
] DReagfn. owner was distributed to thirteen, out 'of '.= '- ,..---
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: 'r Times has announced that he will Completed a budget on a Miss Dorothy Fulton who is teach-

)- : ,oon start the'pdbUcatlOlJ of the Sar-: basis.. percentage iD, In Fort Myers came down last :

i ;- "k asota Sums morning daD,.."'J'he paper: Started a Punta Gorda-Fort Myers Saturday and stayed ulrtll: Sunday nHuiniuiiiimiiimiiiimiimiimumimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim' '' ' '''uuugnunuumuuunnuuunlnnltmumtnllunnnunnnuluuulnlluuuuuullun"' "" ("" "' I /

'I' ''_ will be published In same! building 'White w+y" movement afternoon visiting her home folks at I

: the'.Times la now nbliahed'Addition-; Made progress with .CIty Manager Bookeelia.

: i -. ,al/equipment ,,to Answer' the;needs of Cutter on suggestions from the cham- aCe
r ; .the morning paper baa" been'inatalled, ber of commerce regarding tagging FOR HOME AriD STABLEThe [ ,
i .1t:... stated making.the! total equipment ol vegetation,. erection of street signs I
extraordinary Borozone treat
aloe reach around $ O,000. In the down town section, .
I:4 : necessity
I I ment for flesh "wounds cuts, sores ,
tOr .community .septic tanks sewer- .
.j i burns scalds Is
galls and Just as ex-
; )IlLU1r-A- concentrated effort' will age ,.arrangements efficient( dog fectlve In the stable as In the borne. '
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'be'made'by'a'groep of.leading.citl- pound, and a personally supervised Horse flesh heals with remarkable I Our Spring Opening ,Sale Continuedto :

i\ seas local: :and chamber business' of.jcommerce.men...beaded to'by.the rep i sections"Clean.Up"of .the of garbage city. dumps. In+flve speed under its powerful Influence.The il

t r .Tfnt.tbe' enaetmeat-of-tati'Dtlls,,af- : Initiated .a ,-MeinberGetAMember" treatment Is the same for Animals = t
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wash out
as for humans First ,
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:- aipr .!-c;the general aasembJ.T.-. ; *cernc (Struck tie nm, infections germs with liquid Boro- i. .. ';
t .. .to- monthly balance tone and the Borosone Powder completes and including "
plans now going forward
ever taken In the
Chamber
of com tha Price
healing process.
'tt. oaoucad the oCldals.
1 by of the
: j cfrmibsr of eommeree.n.t'Irob la merce.Arranged. : (liquid 30e:. COo and LZO.. Powders I \ 1-1I
pasting of'two thousand Evans Phar ; -
., r erg Senate bill number,2 Introduced lOc and COc. Sold by '
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t ,namber'35; Introduced by Senator 1?iiiiiiiiilllllllllltllllllllllllllllilliiliiilllllllllllll lllllllllllllilllllllllll.'111111 E ,-. ", 'J yo' { : "
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F':' the:right? of, waterfront,, property : t f' ; .2 1925 ,
=
'F ;, 'ownersIn',, filling ,and ,improving. theJM&mergrd ay.ay. ,. =
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pfitaerty, frontage. The latter would :: =
+ h' \aatbortte:the >state .to'advertise'and= \ :: *.==
;,,4 'a41eueb Landsy'a i ; =
,;:: "*n'P.,Stokes,,attorney Is now at \ ; ; > '
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\ _: capital. looking after the interest I' Thursday April'23 '
J:, .t..Be property owners baa been := i f J9
and
All the
\ r.""i".,:' iMrtreeted ,to watch closely the.com- = .. <= .' special bargains that were listed' in bur two-

it' hs lteei report on the bill and advise R 1 : _: ?page advertisement of two weeks '
; I Reckless man e" = ; ago still .in force. ;i eWe
r' : tie'cltsmber'whMsteps'wi1I: 'be nec- = .'= + :!v 'l'
:' ;;: .,.. :ejfary to be taken..to .prevent the'pas- :. ;: had expected to close the
sale
'S- < A' i Saturday
i :; ,,;, eiw t of the bal.. : Christie'Laughingr5 FeatureA ; night, ti

-'$ade'county'already,baa a commit- := = :: ) =but on account of inability serve.everyone that want- *
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4, } .tbp tie:..at weakening.'Tallahassee of,the to,protest state Jirestock,against :j t: ,": Jliot 'of Fun! 1" ..s 'f ed.:*some of.' these ;).big) bargains during the' period'that

I ,sa'is;ftHUry said.,would lawtr1J: render' U almost put Into void effect the, j: /eX; :;< i $. 'j' ,) -; has.elapsed' we'have decidedSo: ; continue the sale 1in .1

t 'tkkl' wnndr which Dade and..otherCjHnttes i ; :)))oJ1Ct miss;the 'biggest,laugh of the E ._;. ''other: week in order.that 'everyone maybe supplied. ;\ "
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rt bYe?beelt protectedagainst :- : I
i et _lafeitaUoa.MC year!! 's ). .

j N...:.< .. .........J ,,:=. ,s a .' ?' '. $Pi

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yc '' .Ob.It Ss'pSraSl1Dr. as. It If rvrt = !! '.
3 i "r :44 e''same arm linked in,yours at t Harry!, Myers :Wanda,Hawley = = EMMER TllE4BIG 'BAMINSfi '::IN .EVERY"1'=
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; sx fIPtywt: aftlilrteeo' helped |Jt turn = ,
J 4ae reeve da f'\mk"ld ,'or. ease T: Roy Barnes 'Lyloea Breamer = t i

.ntsu4klltw:trtflllflahlp.",whlt'h..,the .,'
d 4 fpHC heart. even tten'w s.beroing te .. Tully' Marshall ;,i
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h > -TG-CltariK ,EFFECT :, ,Also. :L"ahjSemon, Comedy and :E = !' '; '. / ,
battle of Herbafe on the shelf at: ". fias
... te tike )oaring.a. ; la the Educational .Reel 1tlliN.. ',aU he time.. Jt gives .;Insttotwk I: ,c : ore. {<: ; !j

., .a,the digestion 't' one 0 i II :
: .Friday:; "Let; Women Alone
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'I'TTE FORT mT.ns rms: FORT JfiEItS noum.t lluTatmy _. ..

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( 1l0f ; : Tailored SuitDistinctive Just hare vacated moved "by into Mr.Mr.Sias.v Tussey's-As' -Har howss+ Victory's Smile .. ,

It l.t vard's business calls him to the North E

ewar.t" ttt: : side'of the.ricer, en account of the Fisbc. .

side.bridge bcingfLiat t,:_he moved to this Fancy .

I
: CHARLES'P. STEWART education for my benefit lately. Mrs. Manson attended a bridle > x II ,
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NEAy Service-: Writer "its l j
atl'fnttb.he said: dies In party In Fort llyera Thursday afternoon Ii I ex Y *
y :W SltL'GTON-1 thinks: ,'roJiiWUon the fact that: no attempt' ever has / a TAliss' :A
FRESH FROM THE GULF
Is been made in this I .
; pretty well 'lived 1 country to) I' .. ,-
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i men United States any At- When they were wanted the peo-l Edwiria'Parklnsonleft aud'mother I I .- ;. : .. :;
|'I'orney General .John G." Sarceht Me who wanted them established Tueeday for a few days .trip roTamp. ,. ; : .i i'- ; .
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me recently 1 That same tfay them. Having: wanted them these: ... .K "*. i Mullet ,
\ Kthe; clerk of the District of CoSum-! wme people naturally supported 1 >t i .' : : > .

J\\treats police court reported 1029:: 'ar=; them.-But4 *In'our.. K." -f Mrs. Ramsey, went to Tampa Mon- ii i ShrimpClams -: .'.,J'tj .
for Intoxication- the early 'hlstorY'tbere'were r .. Y .. "
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day to undergo an operation on her I ,
l communities \j \1; ,
which
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during
fijrict March one of the opposed ". ',' ; 11., : :
r I I.U"ceat\ figures lor a single month public education. They'd have rebelled : If the ., ; ,! '
t'n the court's whole history he central government '. : f.
'1!iadded.f' to ? had tried to cram It down their Two sub-divieions will soon be ,.j:: I ,_. t;... '-

(\enw.1.I_. :e e.e throat. Just as certain communities opened up in Alva.: i : Pompano t .' : /. ,..:. },
rTVTOT all pubUc officials virtually are In- rebellion 'now --
are
so
'M.unsophisticated.. Some time against prohibition. That wouldn't The Home club met e I Red. Fish' ; --U:: : .. ..,... .
have: ; Demonstration
'" '1 j.:-Wa-o_ I asked one of them promoted education. It would 1 .
T whose name I cant mention, but have retarded It, Just as national last Thursday afternoon at.tbe O BJmunity Sea Trout and
4 who's ) on the federal prohibition has retarded temper I rooms. About ten memierawere \
t
eupreme -
f bench now and who formerly\ held .ante:, fEVEX present. Miss Lindsey gave avery "1\, Vj ': I
'.; the same. 'POSt*Attorney_ General S interesting,talk on bread making I Ih Florida (Spanish) Mackerel >
General
Lincoln C. An
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: and then
gave demonstration of j Ue* Mrs. Mvlo Jones; of Chicago.I .
new secretary or the i scoring of bread and butter. The room i i ij I winner of th* annual north and
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treasury especially In charge women' At all times we are in a position '
; of dry law enforcement ii ougt to have been fall ae Miss Lind- j south golf tournament at

JI none too sure of himself-not seems yet. i sey's! talks and demonstrations:: ) : are 1 i i nmnarst.. wcitripg N.her C smile Photo of victory.shows has to provide you with sea foods of the '"i
at well i
any ratO'ben J asked him for D wcrth
an interview concerning his plans.,' bearingA ( : L -I II choicest varieties. Telephone us your
; here's what he!' answered: '. (. special meeting of the Board of I WANTED: CLEAN COTTON 1j ;

\.-... r-*most**As difficult I see my element task. .perhaps Is the ono Its I Ir trade is called fw Tuesday night to i j i KAGS AT ONCE. PRESS OFFCR. orders. 1', # f

discuss important business. .
iSargent holds at present what.his! that is engaging. me right now- __ __ _, 1.
(solution the prohibition problem'was.ila to analyze the j&u'atton! : and try r v ,
Phone 16 for
Prompt Delivery
.* reptf'he'advleed me to determine! the answer to your
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!.'. ;, << question. What enforcement '.
t' 5 reaaiL certaIn article by Oar ought .
MONEY\
rcnce >w.ailheVAmerIcajrjfI to be and Is going to be. like/ ; I TOLOAN .
en'Ul"7.....- -. When I have dctermned'my: answer Fish Market
; did read It. It was caned "Tbe to that. I tee that the problem i EASY TERMS City
:'gOrdeal of Prohibition. will be more than half solveds:1 Fort
In
ay I It the Myers Loan &. Investment Company .,
!Chlcagoan told the_story:of .
many I Ii
'Paws which public opinion 'didn't I ":- ,- 152 Jackson Street CITY DOCK, F:
.support but which tor '
one reason -w'.k
WIT another couldn't be '
repealed.
invariably. be.anertedA after a .. i
rain effort at enforcement. i ,
.*the government/"gave up.S@II ? i
.- trying and"the unpopular '
-.oil-- do run across a
while aWl la the stat- tvTII CITY TRANSFER ; .
\V tailored stilt In the spring collections
.books
presently were forgot.
;';ten: except possibly by few and that my.course from then oa it is quite apt to be x ,;
a. aaKlquaries. M. D. and F. W.
) ..as curlosiUea. That. will be quite clear- _.., *- distinctive; and striking. Here, is I Saley" ___ .
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iBarrow predicted will be prohibi- "When that time comes I win. one with a very long coat and an Owners .
be very glad to talk U over." overblouso! of white pique with ,
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-.- jf Dion's My'anonymous fate. isssl ofBelal>+.iiluiw.a flldnf say -. .. e, .. 'bound buttonholes. The whole effect! We specialize in househqld goods, trunks THE ARCADE THEATRE ,
has abolished legal is straight aid k.floosahatchee _7T
4he thought .' ..very
: so too. but he did BOLIVIA
r recommend The student-Iaw- and pianos; but are equipped for
me'to read the Darrow, t .]f.' "
1 Urtlcle when Ie put'my"question. -" yens of today will be allowed' Sunday ate dinner at'; t presents ... ,: .
-. to.finish Then lawyers L" *
? up. no more the Wade Ion.Mrs. J
until some, of the .present HEAVY HAULING '
IIVERSATIOxs
w.bICYI t ... J# ;
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'7': crop die off. There'are. 110 many, I '. '" William De Mille's / ;*
impossible can lead lip that the minister 'of ?education Kurd, hugs Edwina Parkinsonand : Phcne 107 i ; -
.. i': '- to th'.abJect'of'prohibition says too few other Inhabitants remain Mr. Mellon spent Thursday after- 1 I 7 :f. ,' f

., Nevertheless' lend up to !t. *J2!| to do the rest of the workof nooif in Fort Myers.Mr. .. Ii LOCKED DOORSwith r
;..A.IIotheI":'clal I cant refer toyjrume.batlaverytwellknown the country So the United ., ,
f ,States 'charge- da3alre Informs White and party of Fort Myers
the State Depal"tmeuLIA displayof
.. (one' ; and a Methodist bishop's aces eminent J CQmDD..Lee? >S.htcalla et dinner at the MacCannon house MIIIIII/IIIIII/IIIUIU/ / 111111111111'111! :' :11lIlIliaalllTP.111Th1lilllillillTlll1TIIIII:1111111F: :: : !! : : : :! !:: : -

: ., ;"tbat..lwaa.1lscuastng# ..It;_. "_71". ..!. ". Sunday. ..

Mr.i 'and Mrs.t----Cranston Watson have Bargains in Suburban Homes Betty Compson,. Thedore Roberts :'

t;.*'.": IPALIA) BONITA SPRINGSLast house moved last into week.Harvard Parkinson's E '5 Roomed Furnished' House. Garage, chicken house out Kathlyn Williams, Robert. Edeson. ,' !i

;. :: house, fruit tree, fine shrubbery-large grounds-only and all star cast.. .i'' '
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Monday Mrs. Tomlinson a Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Parkinson 1_= S1/ piles rom terns f ort Myers,<- on- Lee County ,Boulevard." Lowprice..Easy' _:: '.. ..-. ... '-'-,- t..1 .: I*" .;. .

;it'! :J. D. Schell entertained at a tormeffjjtpjpent_ tr: RonlU Springs The drama of a wife whose innocent l t
.? luncheon, In was buried In Bonita'Springs' ceme '
Tuesday honor of Mrs. i flirtation flowered into love. **
JCT., Jones and ipother Mrs. John- tery. A number of her old friends and i Seminole Realty Co. Inc. j
eoi.-who are leaving next month for neighbors attending. Rer. W. J. Marin '

I Minnesota the following guests; Mrs. ,preached' J t a short funeral .sermon I!* S prescription (01'MaLuia. r 230-lst .Street. Glorious Betty Compson at her best.
Jones* Mrs. Johnson. Dire Sweeny: and.spoke :re'ry Bjmpathlzlagly to' the :
Chills and Fever
t' Miss Sweeny. Mrs. Gephart Mrs.. VId->' bereaved ones; -and told of the sweet Dengue or Bilious, Fever. rallllllIl II 11I111I II II II IJ I 1Illllllluun: I nn 11111 m nil i11111lttllll11111ilillllllllfllnDlllllnll! Welcome Theodore Roberts and his cigar -. '
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lund:and,Mrs.- Fitzgerald.' Christian life she Jiad lived. !she "
leaves to mourn her loss, two children .It kill! the germs. back after a serious illness.:

t ;:Miss Virginia Jones spent Tuesday a husband and one brother, CANCERS CUREDREttrl .. ; '. '

night Myei'ilY with; ."..Mrs...**. 1.i .-'Whitehead of. Fort: Cleve Hicks,of..Boniu.' t Springs. :HOSPITAL The 1.( 200,000 front. Acres $5.50 Per acre. Dixie County., 4 miles NOT MUCH FOR; GUTTERING :MOONSHINE f; .
;gulf
r Alfred Dickinson oUr efficient postMaster The Kellani Hospital" cores cancers Tumors. AND STRRY SKIES BUT GREAT FOR ONE t i"
200,000 Acres $4.50 Per acre Levy County.
Ulcers X-Ray Burns and Chronicgores
Mri" Walker :iwas called to the bedside of '
B.-F. spent the past J his mother.; We have heard she was without the use'of the Suite x-ney. 85.000 Acres $5.50 Per acre on St. Andrews bay, 12 HUNDRED ,PER CENT AMUSEMENT'AND:EN. .- -
week In Fort Myers where be Is serving Radium.Adds or. Rerun and: we have *
f .on the'grand jury, of the circuit .better. .N .. cured over 90 per cent et the many ban- miles. puff front Washington and Bay counties: TERTAINMENT. : : .' :
dreds jof suffers treated
during the past
,400000 Acres $4.50 Walton and Washington .
court, ..K' t1'-thfM. years, musters': treated per acre. '' ;'rr:" ,' f t .-rf""_ "i
TKBLtAM
., The ladles of the BapUst Church free. counties. '" .
;"' : Mrs. Taylor and three children held their weekly sale! of Ice cream. ISlf West Main St.HOEPTTAU cbbmo n4.va 12,000 acres 6 miles from Fort Ogden 6 miles paved f;

Do 1.i Lucille and Kenneth of Coleman Saturday with fair results. roads dixie highway price $23JSO per acre 1-4 cash-bal- No advance In Admission Prices.' .
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-' ., arrived the latter pan 'of the lance 1, 2 and 3 years. a13oo0 -. T!
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k- week to spend several weeks herewith The Methodist ladies held their acres joins the above tract also on the dixie .. J
relatives.Mr. semi-monthly .food sale on Friday highway nice land price $17.50 Per acre 1-3 cash 1 2 and 1 : rt : '1" 1r'i".i t
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--.--.' with' satisfactory results. Wen! of Fort Myers, .3 years G per cent. 3.. P. HARRIS, Mgr. 6 6H' f

and Mrs. Thompson,Mr._ and t ,.-, ,- '" 8,500 acres, C. H. N. R. R.. runs throug'this tract .
i Nrl.;Ben Deviaon.!f Mr., ;;and Mrs VALVA. .'i..r towriiite of 485 lots included town of Limestone. Price i iINlIiilituhhlllflluniltlmIu I
Leonard Carlson amd-'children, were .. ; : ; : : -
the'dinner guests of Mrs. L. II. Fitz '...::..:.:.:.: $17.50. Per acre. ,- .
gerald. Sunday. Miss Mattel Cochraa' : and Ted Clark Laxinth sir Township 39 range 22. two section $18.50 Per acre .

:..-. were united !inx-marriage at LaBelle Usual Terms ,- : %* '--> ;' .:.. ,.' .". .

0. :;.'and Mrs. J. D. Scheli. .and last Wednesday night. The, tmany -x. s Township SS-39 range 27 42.QOO acres 5',pec ons ipyt;:,,', :.

hter:Alice, were the dinner friends 9f the'young,couple:-Mrislt then! on hard road price $15.00 per acre. 13cash. FaiauceY; X.S' r t ; ;;;;I ; ;; ". uulnuuiuuiunltlfuilmiiminuiiinui/lnHluuHlu I I ;; / ;..i. .

t. of Mrs. Sweeny of .East Fort, much happiness and great: prosperityIn 3, and 4 years 6 per cent. > "W-'Jip".:' i ." .
Crs-Sunday. their- new life. They are Jiving at Dress .. ,-, .

: '. J' the,JTloweree : :
l f' grove;.. ,* <: a j'EE' J
(Miss Virginia Jones was the dinner 1\i* ..-1" -, "t ; : : : PALM CITYREAL'TY'GO: COLLEEN MOOp.JNr I
'Uanard'P andfamily'madea.bualneaatriit t J.- '
guest of her-sisters Mra:Aaue! MeNelll rktI son = ,
Saturday i ;;: -'Under.CcntralIlolel-PIone:: ) 479. ... .
Sunday, to.Fort Myers : I 'y ': '
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Mire w. II. Hoffniaa suffered a i t.' U. ; .
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from 1 __ ____ ... .v ; '
slight illness the first 'pafof the boat load of folks Captiva .- "
week out Is much-better: now. making a' pleasure trlp-up" the 1Ca. If you are dining out,, goingto : '
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the theater business ''''(< .: .
l .r- party 'lR
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meetings, etc. you should wear I S4141

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Black Shoes. :iBootery
:' Woolsey .

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1 l11 + .B4'.0(. .'.in ,. ; THE.USE .OF HOLLO>i':TILE, : > at The ARCADE\ nday .... ;1|:

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.! y in a building Is a bIg! ecoD my: '

t :. ,_ _-+..r.:+. : They make- JbutIdi'ngt'11 I t -" .,. 'tii 1. ,i : .. .. ,. t,6.. '<-tiE'::
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proof and consequently the> ti 4I Get the Music .. ,
;'Rabe'O: fi dnsou'Ptis't'Nt 3r .. .
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m I i durance rates! aN low:t = .n.- ; '. .. .
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i I: t ,/.' 'ited- no repairs O:!,.e I.Ia hey 'i WONDER r. ,'WHAT'S' BECOME S:: :!

T* ate area ire there {qr QOd.: tTbey't! nI. '
ti vf pot shrin1t er!kira:\ ((c -' tot# ,di : r'OF.SALLY. ,, ".,

tot c. ,. '.J. |i
1 :r.\ ': : :And they last.forever. If yet .' :.. .
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:i.n end to build wfr'easfcest #oa -. ,
ii.V' t-. 00 consider the tidvcaiaSs; ol nstaJ I- today... Only 35c the, copy-a ticket to |

.. oii''I.f L..1t.?\ ter. J"n. -l t f (i".1. .>1.z ls eJlerv ) !1' i1Uv, ..Ck 1 1I 1ts -. ;:the show given;\vith each copy' sold. ;j|

.Extends( SJ g odiaE;>a to : ;ex-serv1e en t << !( '

,. to'attend 'itsjneetin lilraAhe, ( first .and .third' ... acuMti. w '359 copies late,Music received this, weekS / .:

Mondays',ofeachmqnth."at'the: : ;,Legion.home'ons : r, a'-rr tt .
: WayJ'fi. 1't'1if. ;in. .., ,- 1.- 'A .:.Yonrora glide by. tbelmtr-t E3u1LDJlVGI;RTERALwain g' :=
'Lower"' ., ., t"i'4'., R",fo.: tr. s ,Of, i. allroom: :you = % .:t \ '. -:: :
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Jj 1SIting, LegioJtDaH'e8" 'will 'realize 'Low much -;;
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are urged:to\>renew: mttership .fof.1925'with; : our:'.,.drycle3nag: process KY > t .. P'mE' .R ": .
lrtfekhias*mbers'from. y >ta ImprontS dress yottweye E. : : );
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..I THE FonT TEns PRESS. FORT YEn FLORIDJT ',- .-


I l THE .FORT: 'MYERS PRESS ,HELPED TO CUT DOWN-THEIR TAXES BUSY MAN'S NEWSPAPER -' t 1 I t : COMING_ EVENTS It *I Iw

:;;.- t i ;5 Y M- Dam !1' 1' t. BtrMS. Fort Myers. Florida.I .
\ The Federal Trade Commission is starting 1I A regular meeting' of the board of

.a., t J V I: THE FORT MYERsTpRESS to investigate the discriminations against farm.ers' : I governors of the chamber of com-
r', .- i Incorporated coopeartives by the meat peaking inter- rJ merce will be held at the cbaraber: s
i 1. IMMIM K.-HOSKM, PaMUhtr ..I General '
"up'
'. ests in handling cotton seed, and in cotton seed 1I I office at 1:3: p. m. A full attendance

i r e ; BBSS*.* US 9IeoDcI dma man matter )[arch 14. 1S11 lr tbe oil recently charged before the Senate Committeeon is desired.
1; a 'ki .xt.tOe>at Tort Mrn Florida under U>. Act of ICmrcb.,1ST.
' \ > Agriculture by officials of southern farm or
;. Tsamdd M a WMUy n w papr OB Nor rab r U. ISM and a* ganizations.The V10RKS
f. 1 ytr.H a dally on March 14 1111.MKMMtS Trade 'Commission reported after its I SEA }( DESTRUCTION

I 't OF' THE: ASSOCIATED PRESS investigation of the Meat Packing Industry, that I t U S ALL, 18E ,
\- s : fte AssoeUtxl fnt U exdaiiTely entitled to UK rise for
the and Morris interests started
\ r. lieatloB of all aces dispatches credited to It or not ..Ulel'or Armour. Swift AT HELGOlAND ISLAND
+ ) c1 Le cnd1te4 ** *"* De"tnp&peI' u4 also the local .._ pubAfl their control of cottonseed oil mills for the production I i

: of crude oil "at least far back 1902.
ruu of repobUeatloB of special dispatches hereto are as as
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j at1. r.astv.d. > Title to land in several places in Texas was con-
:. !BCBSCBIPTIGX RATES IIVHBURG April 22.-The shores of
{ i la'J veyed to Louis C. Ehle, an employe of legal : ia
Contar. ChariotUaa Outside L e. Comer Char- I i the island of Heligoland are caring
- DM* JI ; ... :. with starting;
+ & ; Oaa Youth /t ,.
o ; ? tions of trust that he held this real estate for VGIH ELHE ,
4, -- XoatIa LTThree, KODthi LU t t I sea has 1eea steadily; encroaching on
0.Months I.... __ us.as., SiX ODe MontM I.... _ U.e.. the benefit of Armour, Swift and :Morris" which Ho W HAFT. pgtti R SWAY- Y t t this little island and all that was left
"' concerns admitted that the declarations of trust jof the bathing beach has been almost
.. n* We.klr Fort Uyer Frees One Tear "were not filed for the several countiesin I ,claimed by the as Its
It: record in completely
L : Weekly Fort Hren Preee Six Month* === i I I
D : which the oil mills were situated. rwn Recently a huge slice of approximately
r. The Trade Commission comments on their I 3,000 cubic yards plunged into
r SUST7UNINO MEMBER
'Oil/ L e ; terrific roar.
form of return for taxes: i the sea with a Berlin

NAtlOP1Al EDCiORiAIy "This form of return concealed from the The villa pf a prominent
completed. Is now ser
r- banker, just
internal revenue officials the true owners of the adjoining
1945 1925 while an
imperiled
f income from the Ehle :Mills." i iously down. A soli-
,ts being torn
i ASSOCIATION = The nullification of the Packers' Consent De- tary building garden p THHcn hangs; on the

Vnsker SovUerm 2ewsNPri' Pabllshers's Anoclatlei cree which Armour and :Morris are seeking .... verge -of) the precipice as though at
( Member Florida Press Assoclatlom. would let all the packers back into all lines which ir'f any moment it might drop Into the

I : *I Xoator Florida A s clate4 DaCJe farmers' cooperatives handle, to practice these / depths below.
same methods. What show would farmers' erosions of the waves hive
coop- As the
I i Xmbcr 8ontl' Florida Press Assoelatlom .
f- _
eratives have? : JGAPEty; i of late produced a number of beep

s 1. "7i I t! Thursday Afternoon Apnl-23, 1925 ---- crevices in the rocks. It the has

I : -.' :.:. J, BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY CHIVALRY GONE road found over necessary the cliffs.to close public

,:.> 'A BENEDICTION:-Unto him

t" 'I ,. that is able to keep you from falling, i Dinner jackets for women is the latest.. creation H. To chat socially. s
of Paris modistes. S" Food made from taro root.
: and to present you faultless..-Jude 24. i .
4 These coats, cut on almost the same lines as 3S' Fruit of hickory tree. i

f THE. PORT KTEBS PRESS PLATFORM those worn by men, are now frequently seen in 40 Vocalist
\ ;. tZlau'. headgear ,j
; Llr the chic cafes we are assured. They are worn
\ 'tit {' 1 A. BtJUlBff..Bt Lou AssecUdom. with narrow, )kneelength skirts equipped with 44 Geographical drawing. ,,-

i : ...1f..s.fteabar; Plant for Xnalclpal Water 46. To capture. '
Pi- half pint hip pockets. Beneath the jacket :Milady
\ cuckoo family. A
.Bfttm. 47. Black: : bird of
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stiff bosomed shirt with
wears a a hyperbolical .
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i 1. Water From>(f Islaad Park aid Municipal Audi- 49. Destitute of hair. s'
: tr bat-wing collar and a black four-in-hand cravat. I t Rw- 51. Spike of corn. sr- ...'-
tladlta. Yes correct about it. This is t :
you are a 5:. Provident Insect. < j
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I- : tk Bhrer Treat BoaleTard.Tn matter for the women's page rather than for '53.: House pet. A ,
Bridg to Crescent Beach. editorial coulmns.. Still we couldn't forego giving 55. Born. -.;
_' 1 Deeper JUrer Channel to Pnride Entrance for .. ,
::. the information here, for ye are about due for 57 You and me.
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., -. .Qwaa Gulag Tenets.of another seige of lamentations that chivalry is 53. Point of compass.
: c.WIe. ,Le Conntj's System of Roads
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This absurd little jacket or not
gone. may may
;. C.alletlon .f Tamlaml Trail and Fort Kiers- 'f
cause the world to laugh at, Paris. Whatever \
{ 1,' ,', rain Bowel Highway.BeaatfficaUoa it does in'this respect it will raise, for thoughtful CROSS WORD PUZZLE S.. A Corded horse.S. .cloth. I Coming to Arcade
of Highways lacladlas PlaaUa&
people, the question whether it is chivalry or that 1. Conjunction! used with either.
I 1: Coeoanat Palest !..*; TasaiaaU Trail Clear across th is But the ease of construc-:
puzile
: which inspires chivalry that is gone. It.took a short time to construct 8. Inspired with dread.
r_\: lao Comnty and Cntlanlnr of Royal Palms along It will be difficult indeed for a real l he-mai tion has nothing to do with Its solution. It may be a sticker. Try It. 9. Fish spawn.

{ -y;. j JleGroror, Bonlerard to Punta Bu... to be chivalrous to a woman attired like that and : 10.. At a distance. 1' I
\ .' 4- + vBan Boat to East Coastt ;z. 3, 6 7. 6 10- of cat. f
with the half-pint pocket properly loaded.- I!;., : 11:1.: The foot a :
F Tampa Times.ETHICAL .ss Portion of a circle.
':' ROAD :MAINTENANCE ,IMPORTANT -
IS. A parrot that attacks sheep.

i t ; AGE GIVES WAY TO SCIENTIFICAGE : 20. To yelp.
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; A few years ago some one drhe, price .... fb lr23 21. To cook by immersing in fat. ,

'of:good;roads, like that of liberty, is eternal I 23 Ancient.
25. Tired.
J' vigilance." The '(or some one else)
same
;j person 26. To come In.
The ethical has given to the scientific. .
age way
t -(Mid,, about' the same time: "When our roads %7. To deserre.
Sin is disease and is its
crime manifes-
.S.--: : ue'good, they are very, very" good" and when they tation. Let us a erect hospitals, where wickednesscan Z3 2 Y Z7 29. Root of Tine used Instead of potatoes Use The Press Want
t ;i tie,bad they are homd; and a road is only_as In tropical countries.
m:: good as its worst and most impassable stretch." be treated by'diet'and hydrotherapeutics.A 31. Metal|a natural state. Ads for Results
'':;"" i All of which is more or less true. It is just little later when we understand better the 2a 29 30- 3l 3Z 32.: Central part of wheel. ..

.'ro important to keep roads in. as.it is 'to functions of the endocrine glands, we may have a
':., huRd. them. In the hour of her repair greatest, peril separate serum for' each of the Ten Command 33 34t 35r7 I Outbursts of Everett True By Condo .
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ments. The hypodermic needle will supersede the .
her,marvelous which
I. j:.:' V8ved,It was France. "America's system highways hour of greatestIt Thunders of Signaii. 3s 35JI '; 'tUS t ).TflSJt>;t LS-ttnt .I c::: ..soN.1wr(.t'pP

C't prosperity, it is her magnificent system of public The strange thing is, not that specialists I fy 1RcsT1 SoaNr J. RtTTAND: : .
I could be found to testify to these things but that '
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roads on which she must rely.to retain her supremacy i 4Z 43 44 45 -
public sentiment should seem to agree with them.Chester I
.. Highways now, as always, denote civilization. -
'- H. Powell in Saint Petersburg Inde-
The South is redeeming itself in the 48 49So
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.- opinion:of the public by its good roads. Georgia ,pendent. \ :

J .,;:- has attracted attention by her efforts to further 5i ss s3 54 55

t', .: :;' ,transportation facilities.the past ten years.- Her r Another economic ruling is announced, from
i :JA';./;' "" a&cea clay and sand for hardsurfacing has'made 'economical' ) Washington." It is stated that in order S J St3 59
Sit
':'?:_? nany a good road. North Carolina has a splendid to keep'in harmony with the president's eco ---i

1 ; ::..' ,highway system and South Carolina is keeping 'nomical program, Postmaster General New, has i.1

1 ::..{ .': ;wetl l up in the.procession. !drafted the services of "amateur"'auctioneers in ,0I

;:,'.- > ,But North Carolina stands out'in this group I the post office department to auction off undeliv- s
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t ', : ';' .of:states in: that her/roads are not only built ered parcels from the dead letter office. Well all I 1IOKIZO\TVL 27 Myself. I I.. f

M; ?.h tare in repair. It is strange that a state or i that an auctioneer needs anyhow is a good strong 1. Slender spool used to carry one %8. Crafty I L\"T'HA-r R6MINflS M6:; ,O>, CAST
t ,::: p: county should have to be continually) reminded voice and a vocabulary of two :words- -going, going thread on sewing machine. 30 Large' beautiful red or pink' or C5.A ON., !.CAUG.H"-I,
:. .tint built 'road it is and !Times-Union. wheeL white flower ; > ..
\ having a good economy gone 6. Turning around axis like --' .
.-- ,I 'seond sense to keep it in'good condition but that IL To regret extremely. 32. Feminine pronoun. t
\)>...-' .8Mb reminders are'necessary, is known to every: 12. To diminish gradually. :::1. Twenty-tour hours.' '
The reason why-'our readers are afflicted 31. Esthetics. ,
,OM who travels over our roads. Florida has 11. To court.
with so little editorial inanity today is that at 15. Region. 55. Pelt. '
aeenic be&uty-whtch
4_:c, will attract the whole worldwfeea
t ... .. accessible by'good roads. These roads are 2:20'this'moming. the electric lights began playing 17. Aperture. 36. Edge of a skirt.
i hide and seek and smooth and dresa as birds
having misplaced our can 18. CleTer 37 To
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beiB
; << built as speedily possible, but in many'eemties'they'
,F dle when we moved into our new sanctum, we had '19 To attempt. do-their feather.
not in the best condition. ,
are kept
to humble 21. Care nouri.hmeDt.U. 39. Twice. a v
couch
creep to our by the fitful lightof
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.Continual detours objectionable.. Toga ,
short-lived matches.Ocala"'Star.The'Little To accomplish 41. Upon.
: ''i. ', :great extent, they are witnesses of incompetence "
: .4 %4. To cry as a crow cries. 43. Coquettish.
,eomewhere. We Lee county to pull herself -a
urge : 26. Epoch. 43. Alcoholic drink.
L Red Hen has long since been nominated ; 1
;w f.t uy-; up and keep away from such errors." The road 45. Seventh note In scale. ,;6d+
F ,,..-. :-'-. : to Punta Gorda. is*.now'completed. ,Let it be for. the hall of fame as the original adver- PUZZLE ANSWER 46. Fish (favorite in Japan and
,: '4; kept in, the best possible 'condition. Let other tiser' : In view of which we nominate the skunk ...., China).. S *"""'
--4 '" reads be repaired and kept in', repair.. There for similar honors as the evoluted,-or unevoluted p tITICIHIERCL'' MBEID 4S Flat on a shoe.
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,.,'.}z.o": should be no cessation of road building, but theY descendant ofthe original boycotter. If you don't .. i JRIEINIE. NON! Y II! I 50. Lowest ebb. v
--.- : ;S. maintenance work should< forever." -P\ant City Courier. NOI6SCIA! USE. STEM E4. Mental anguish. .
:,' ;;- Tp) > on. ., A.ATYPEs..H.ONIA
56. Tree that bears acorns,
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With,an annual surplus of'over three hun- STY GATR I RIN ST.: Junction. '
} TRAINING NATIONAL ,,HEROES
; ;:z, I-' r-. """"iIIIIII. BRA D 59. Shelter afforded by an in
,' ;. dred million'dollars from income taxes' it does ; object. .
'.1:; r'e ; .... seem that the government could bear the expenseof ... B AI'T ... 10 DLAR !! the wind. rls
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'J' ,::. ,''A fine step towards(;universal 1 peace is taken an adequate working force for the Okeechobeepost i1 OINI 60. Bosom., ,,
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Walter Hines Page School of International office.: Okeechobee News.. F. .
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'> Relations, to be established atJohns Hopkins mill
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\ 4 ', :* ,Mr.Page,'a natural diplomat got his training strong" as' carbolic "acid which is 'blame near as1 A SID co EVE IN 5 t:: X Vegetable (generally dark red). JaJ

'I i 61':'" .from.theheart rather,than from the.head., But strong as t1eg.-Fort Lauderdale Sentinel. !-. N T F AS! IF R S 4. Neater pronoun. i \

:, j ,be saw the need of special preparation international .
I r { diplomacy; training in.the langdages,' in 1 MOM-!'N;POP AN EASY SOLUTION ':.

i .the physical,';business; social and religious habits __ BY TAYLOR
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:relations.'..Most disputes arise through ( SAY WAiTER-L'D : 39mt wt35mtUKC '" /
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i preventable misunderstandings over trivial things: w IA "
I'J I PLAVeO-.v NDER SOMEON !
,To really know\other nations is'to.be ready in 14R )1eATrT14rNAMF.aFI1t 1 I 1s.RND O1T t NAME OpF T AT P IFCE -, j DQaOROW1M i

advance,to avoid'causes.of friction/and; to make ''Vw1ew ,, y JLtT PLAYE D.
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to A,splendid. career_for any:one.;. .It should be
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Wig, than slaughtering,men,over, quarrife. -

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, r THE FonT JTYTRS: TEES': TOUT 3ITEBS. FLOEIDI FIVE .i,."tt,

1 IW falter R. Kaune STATE ?hal! who plays the irate ofd father, '

, ,.t:,: :1't REALTOR AUTO LAWS [I Tests Show Lincoln Plumber and morgan Wall-r .

,?, 1pire. lasoraace! Bonds Seed Corn Is Poor II jJa aceThe play is taken from the Broadway J '
'I', Rotary Public NEEDORLANDO.
"
r S REVISION of ,
stage success a season ago I Cooperation that IS Cordialand }
Check ", U
up your insurance. "What's Your Wife Doing and the ;

.Drop us a Una, and let us screamingly funny situations have . ..
o' d give you some real constructive been preserved 'and combined with 1 I i Sincere LJ
t I t'i Insurance serrlce. Ida' April 23.-One of Flor- I such original aad witty titles as to < :
greatest;
<' Established 12 Tears needs at the make this a rare gem. i I
: time
A Is the repeal of certain reaction i ;s
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:! $-I Lander Bid ary I Our customers find that -
? automobile
law and the enactment PRIm-Lee park Is a one hundred and ; our cooperation -. '"

'i t I ',. l' BT,MTERS, FLOKIDV : of on modern the legislation with emphasis I eighty acre citrus grove turned IDt.1 I, is cordial and sincere and they : '. -CENTSM'4
traffic laws, i Is IlenUiul bemesltes. !- -
the opin- a t tS L ,;
: : ; Ion expressed take much pleasure in dealing with ; '
; by Major C. A- Browne, I ", 1.k'f 1
chief to become road engineer of Duval county rinLDI G Ii I 'I the Lee County Bank, Title and Trust ... :, ij nf ;;;. :"a1a'.-.
: tUre.The r' I
I'J: Auditing.. Bookkeeping and Ac- legislative cement :blocks built by expert 1 I Rs
program of the Flor- i I'' I i
; 'II g !
",,1 y counting ida Automobile association ii mechanics. I r.-; ? ': ;
COLOMAL HOTEL dorsed was en- i BUTLIR Jfc;; CVRSE i ,rx '

t' 1j I Telephone 170 p. o. Box 833 statements by Major of M. Browne M. Smith as, president were the F F. D. No. 1 II I II/ Accounts subject to check, whether -: :v,x, ,s'D: "ms I .

%! Fort Myers. Florida of IROU.the who association last week and decared'for Senator! H. repeal M.- >?>* r *" ? .*' I I' Ij t! of large or moderatasize are invited. .! .:- .,"': .. J I. : ;: "

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tIT "to of the automobile tax on tour- II I Pops:.
ists. \
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According to the EXCURSIONSDaily i t {
i' engineer, senti ,
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';' I W. V. Smithwickattorney ment throughout the state Is now In ,I1f tK' I 11 ;
favor Lee Bank Title
of County
at law law. He declared repealing the tourist license IIII1 ,
:' that those
s" Room S Sims Building supported the separate title that certificate first ;< Except Sundayto -.......

Fort Myers, Florida for which. a fee Is charged are r14 + the Gulf and Trust Co. :1130.
now in i,1 n.Ut
favor of
abolishing that law I
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, and '
Incorporating
the Information I On Steamer DIXIELeaves I ; <<
given in .
such a certificate\ In the S I Ia If !
: < Land For Sale in Issued license. regularly : : I Iii i "The Home for Savings.?: ('U.Ua S2J7I1XMJ "

' ION A Major Browne asserted that he believed : It i ( 17.14&
\ that the legislature 8:00 a-m.; retain 8:00 p.nuFour -- -
would
:;4 by adopt the program of the Florida Au- Sanihel 1 Beach lens
," Shawcross & mr boon en
Garmorr tomobile association which I .LIB
; was adopted .'
i I'Jtbl.Sundlag- unanimously by that organization hound trip to Sanibel: ., 11..:>0 i unnnnltnunllunntnlmuutuuulntuuununtflluuuunununuuunnnunnuu I I I I I I 1 / !_ S"'.1 ;4iaa:: I
i'I' and numbers of ;>>;: ,7.ef4
other civic ,
bodies
f,1 ;: '. k Round trip t. Captl' fiSi:! 'J'J1 h l'-7:1
throughout
state He added that .
... cratlve need! of testing corn before planting to Insure ;' '
j'ai Park has an eighty foot such u- a normal ,
was the state's ''n
. tooletard; parked In greatest need.REMARKABLE. yield was vividly demonstrated at the National Seed Corn show, heldIn I
the
f, center Chicago under fie> auspices of the Sears-Boebuck Agricultural Foundation. : "Soa
with Royal Palms reaching from Me. More than :,000 ears from forty-five states were exhibited and i Fishing Bathing \\1 Clean and Safe Icet ..'to
t. : :Creger bc.a.ra": t.' the TamlamITrafl. CAST the tests revealed the taut that more than 23:; per cent of the ears showed Fine Sea ShellsFor ; .M' ...:..:...
r"' > 2-10-tfv S poor germination and these were the best ears which more than 27.000 I :1740sf j.
.k. corn growers could find. The winning ear which captured the $1,000 .
; prize. which was grown by )Irs. Elsa !L lulaska of \Vaverly, Ill- provedup 1- .' :
IN : -
CHRISTIE i
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FILM farther information tall at tC
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, DR.. W. n. GRACE 100 per cent In germination power and disease resistance.. the tests reIn J
.tt : ; were In charge of Joseph Xaylor. City Dock or Phone IS* .,
Physician and j When put ice in a : the
i'-' Surgeon The btu lesson of the National Seed Corn show to the farmers of you ,
', ': Office 15-1C' Earnhardt Bids.House One of the greatest? comedy casts America was tersely told by Samuel 11. Guard, director of the Foundation 'I l- drink or upon any of -- Ire-.. It Itn.
.1 -<; -' 147 Woodford Ave. as follows:
: ever assembled
the.
;i f:'.. .. : Telephone' 81;-Office 2 ringsIloeae appears In "Reckless on Rornence silver ,sheet" AlCbristie's "The lesson of the corn show could be found on almost any county your foods you want to .. ,1'
3 rings table. Take'the best dozen ears and the poorest dozen. A dozen ears .. .. 'fir .
, .. .. :., << hilarious feature farce will plant an acre of ground. At the end of the season the best dozen be sure of its purity. 5 ; inIS.-
"''''' which! opened last night at the Air- seed ears will yield 70 bushels on the acre, or maybe SO or 00. The poor E Your health demands ;
- Palm-Lee Park has bardsurfacedStreets dome"theatre. Such popular fun- est dozen will yield 35 bushels. Same land same work, same weather. \ i .
fife foot cement sidewalks makers as Harry Myers T. Roy same overhead. same cost. And ret the 12 good: seed ears yield twice as: E .., such precautions. :! fl *
i. electric lights and water on every Barnes Tully Marshall and Jack much crop as the 12 poor ears. That Is the big lesson of the show., tfas

t. .'.'IItO :..1Ottary Duffy made the house fairly rock i'L You will find ours unusually _
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; with Harry laughter:Myers does some of the best I i I Roy Barnes has never failed us yet I light your heartWanda! Hawley NECESSITIESW E clean, free from : frI
Dr.'lieo. MascanaVETERINARIAN I and he excels himself as the lovesick tried her hand '
at and
comedy puts '
work of his the : : '
career as newlywed I i sediment and impurities 5
:. who to please his old grandfather, boy who is forced to become a co-lit over with a bang and we don remember fi1 f I = I N ,
respondent ia order to win all kinds. ,
': French and American Graduate must divorce and adoring bride. T. theiglrl I ever having seen Sylvia L of c. ah
? Babies :Vaccination -- his heart. And bewlskered JackDuffyplays Breamer look quite so fetching\ as she AUTO = =
Furnished the old bunion-beset does in this picture Other'; who. Our prices are reasonable i*
Tags
r r 24' years practice Gas on Stomach grandfather. In a 'way that ,will de in the sp.rItof fun are Tully Mar..:. __ weight honest and'. .t = .' ',. 1.

810 Anderson Ave. !Ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitii I .. i 1I111111lalllllllili III I 1111111111111111'. p .
Won Let You Sleep] is there any auto necessity service prompt and reg .

yon might need? If
f: Gas pressing on heart and other organs We in drive this store.We ular. .
. = are the market for anything '., | so by I '; "
A. L Wilts MAtmiCB A.TRER3 -eomtimes causes a restless, x ,
are to have what .
sure
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t : USB'COUNTY James,ENQINEER1NQ C. Pinney CO. I Adlerlka nervous feeling helps any and ease prevents gas on sleep.the + __ _..' .. .:_f_or. ,sale t. '.'..* ."r i ', I Ili S you,want. --- =- --- .- ... .,'t...
CM and StructuralEaglater
Canralttnc EnlnM* .o .Dretneg.. stomach unless due to deep-eeated General Second Hand Dealer -* | Everything for the Car"
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...I I Brtdn and Strvcturml Work causes. The QUICK action will surprise

'.".'. Fort Uyerv Ji,rld.- an wonderful excellent jroo.: for Because intestinal constipation-It Adlerika evacuant Is often such it,.Is 1== Ira W. Sapp | Auto Store Supply I Southern Utilities Co.El 1 1 ;


Paha-Le Park has. eight hundred works In one,h'our and never gripes. 219 Hendry St. Phone 444 1 =
beautiful homesltes.JllllllllllUllllllllllimimimilllllimillln I
Sold.by'all leading druggists. = I
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:X' Build With Brick! FOR SALE II iiuniiiiMiitiniimimriiiiiiiintniiiniHiiiitunniininMiitmiii I I 1 1 iiiiiiMttimiiiniiiiu.- ,


:' I J. C. McDonald | Two furnished houses. _Apply

234 Victoria St.
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J. T. NOWLING
t.... 5 a Specialty =
General7 contractor for the con- -
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trwtion and repairing ot frame PERFECT: 4 .
fJ'' = Why net build__substantially = building! I PUAJINGis 0)
'" Rout "A.
1 Box 7-FoH Mjers L 1' 0.yyerssF' i I s
when bothpaint
only possible
e :. iniilllinnilliniilimimnnmnilini f i ir' I J \ and brush are perfect. Wesupply

Pala-Le Park has Already Interest i if 1 c::: ? \ both i In the better' -. .' ,
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I grades enabling the householder

. .' : people ed ever' who ODe have hundred purchased Fort )".(. PLASTEEttG andSTUCCO I or labor amateur and perform to furnish'his as! >...'..) .....----5-. ,
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E Jtn. WORK !' I : -y
sites D. E. ParUIo u 8 N painter good a job could.s turn a pofessionat out. We l .'- .:,', ;J. -.' ,
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L m Tournament St. Fort MIen: have ready mixed paints .in all Homeward Boun'd ,. '

ef an k',and..,, BEAiaixfa 1.Jeht"mILD, tawsmowers iturU ., t9 colors: for all purposes Indoors 4 on ,t.:r..r., ..5'trr -
guns. and out. .
*lug .* -
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South of R. R CrosstaJ. I --
\ East: Fort }dye...
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G. A. LONGBRAKE M, P -Below market price! :

Temporary offlee One lot in Belle Vue. 4 Deluxe TbridaTrain .

residence.. 897 2nd. Si.
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Hours: IM2-%-L Address "Opportunity To Chicago-St. Louis / .

care Box 99 ,.Kis-
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rtiots tits ere cAJJ The Floridan caters especially those who demand

simmee, Fla.I the utmost in travel comfort and convenience. The .c. i" "'. '

many special features Incorporated in this solid .,'

-- . .. Pullman all-steel train are the result of years of study :1j

:: I of high-class travel requirements. Observation'f.

G tAUY' FiTS GLASa3. club and dining cars. Valet and maid service., \ :
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UOYALBorder1 PALM PARK is showing in.many groves,ia the state In many cases it is the natural Ar. CMttft .1 511. .. ; }*; .

:'g=the:CaJooeA1t".teh result of reduced applications of fertilizer during the spring and summerof : ;: *>:-ia:1: ;

,River, Alt 'A'a_ privilege 1924. or the use of formulas carrying insufficient. ammonia; to 'give .c&Seminole.Florida's ; f eriq 1c'c"

reervnl. : ''for Jot 4Wts 1 ... the trees a balanced,food. ; 'I :?, '. ,
J. 'sl'e P, 'RO;. ;fA TEN When the old crop is.removed from the trees and the new fruit 13Fmall t .; ; 'J'HQ j

b; 'royatl'al 1Di Patlttt'Fort'M9en: : ,,growth on the trees' should be encouraged. The summer applica; .' popular aH-year: train-typical Illinois Central ':" : ,';; :' ,
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,. 'tion of fertilizer is particularly important for this purpose. and an early service throughout time arrivals. Pullman, .;
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t FORT, .nBA jBw .2T,,Ca' application advantageous. _; observation, and dining,cars, -. ';

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e.'i.i atr0 +l,' and ,will be,ready for early distribution. The assistance of a member of g.e lama -.'Ie....... "as1 antri.tfn ttaa.r'''II'" oh.efts w.t .

r ,, tat ."u+t-:lit' lilt.""M' :':" :\U'.stafff'br8electin the proper,brand;: will be cheerf;ally given & O.,CLARK.Si It amen CMMMntel.tUiif Alert" Lit sea..eestr.t VAU6HH. TN...... rsss.A.).. ;;r','

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most cheering: """" ''''''''' <"1>'
sights to iio; ""
: a lover of nature were badly bent but no other damage -
I' I : of anything In the way of crops d.&. ., I I
,'I'I East Fort. Myers Notes I II,which has been seen lately. I i I Fresh Country Eggs I

;)? ._ __ __ ITEM WfX. AT TIrE !{,: Per dozen, 45cTatum's iERLOCKINGVTI LE ; ,l
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J :-Miss In r Baleman of DeLAnd. hare been rooming over Sullivan's I A box has been pt up at Robert's i / : :
'. la' visiting. her brother,. M. Bateman. store, have taken rooms with Mrs. I Yesterday a gravel; truck struck the Cash Grocery at Tlce aDd the Fort!I .... rr '
Hartsfield.Mies rear of Joe Grantham's Ford which Myers Press will be glad if all its ', f
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Mrs..hari "Wolf who has
ill. I stopped at the side of the Tlce and Buckingham readers who ,
< Is able to be out again. lone Montgomery left Friday [Joe was. In the car and was foad.l have personal or otter Items of news r I ... -1' :. :, i' .: .,
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afternoon for Lakeland! where she to have his car leap ahead will drop them la this box. Sign: : Sunday Chicken : ,
; Mrs. J. T. Wade. of Alva was.shop. will make a week's visit and then engine was not running. There was your names-mot( for publication but { Build with concrete and.avoid bact'1res! :
+ la East Fort :Monday. will to Sarasota to spend a month I a car !'! .
i '. ping --Myers- with go relatives. to passing go between and when the truck the attempted accident-I the uine.we mal know the news is gen :I Dinner : ..-'t. "i' k+3Foundation

Mrs.. James Heusted and daughter.Estelena. I occurred. and.bases.. Everything
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drove to Punta Gorda Friday SEW HOrSE AT two cars were so locked together -i '' .
1 to remain for several days. that the rear wheels had to I Golden Key Milk, 2 tall,
/ .:,. f Ware Is building a new house :be taken off the Ford before Joe could!, cans for 25c and a bal- Bridge Hotel i in concrete work. t J., .: ,*. ..
L. M. Stroup went to.Jacksonville I at Tice -and P. D. Luster la buildinga get: his cay loose. The rear fenders' t .
U'Fi l .. :Monday where he is attending to garage with living apartments ;;;;,;,. .' ..-- "'JJ j,loon FREE.Saturday East Fort Myers
,. business for a few days. above and will later erect a nice bungalow "'" only. Tatum's i -x
t I Post loasties and Kel-i I 75c
1 Ruth Kaune is exempt from study logg's Corn Flakes i r'7 --i iI Smith & Humphries f, '.1! ,

on leased account'week of before profiency sot and bras was out.re LITTLE BOY DIES Two packages for 25c Plenty of fruit and I

Matthew Fennell, aged; 11 years Tatum of course i iI BOATS BUILTand vegetablesOn '' '.
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0 George LnndQuist left this morning died Saturday afternoon after a long -- I
j. i; t for Everglades where he has undertaken Illness. The funeral V was held Sun-I I imtiiiimiimiimimiiimiimiimmmipr i the banks of the i
Y 'the work of stuccoing the jaiL day morning with interment at Fort REPAIREDHeavy cool! river.
George says he Isn't going on the Myers cemetery. The family live at
t -i I Inside at alL Tlce and all.of. them have been ill, | New Hats and | cylinder boring; and otter ''i J,
| Dress Ginghams 1 machine work --
r .i -N., E. Chandler and :Mrs. JamesA. BEAUTIFUL FIELD Of CORN get Crates, Paper, Wire "
t your
'Clements and?son.- :Joseph, came = Ladies Hose =j i GEAR CUTTING VEGETABLE GKUlYtixO and other ,Packing Material, of us. _
,. t I down this week from Okeechobee: Walter Thomas has a twenty-acre and Notions = When WE. do It It's DOSE
j City after Mr, .Clements who has held of corn: opposite Robert's Cash I We do custom packing for the growers under our'PackRight"
been staying with J; F, Tatum. Mrs. I Store in Tice which is one of. the Dressmaking =I luau
., T.N. Hand, of Samville is'now nursing I:: =j 1 Brand

Mr. Tatum.- Libby Sauer Kraut I i Mrs.\ A. F. Kaune |I WILLIAMSBOAT Recognized by all buyers as the mark of perfect packing.: '

CL '" been)ir-spending and Mrs.several Boy B.days. Gilbert in Tampa.have No. 3 can of 20c i:; East Fort Myers -=i \ 'WAYSEast It will be to your interest to learn our prices on Crate Materials.. .
1 Tatum. course J
,, )ts: and Mrs.. Frank J. Miller, who = ffiiiiuiimiiiiimimiiiiimimimmmmiTBusiness I, Fort 2Ijen I|| Goldstein Warehouse The Roy Hanchey Company Fort Myers J
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Gas is Growing ---- --
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j .. : ': '24c. Cash Sales Save MoneyOur '. ,
gallon, 1111
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and realizing that
and Oil business Is growing people are buyingfor '
Medium Heavy
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t cash makes larger buying possible: Just atew prices ''il

1.-. quart, 20c. Tatum.' Kingan's Best Smoked Bacon, per lb....... 38e F'IG
I-f ,; -- Kingan's Smoked Sausage, lb. .. .,..... .. 30c SALE! .
"' Curtis' Fruit Jams, 15 oz. jar ... ...... .... ,35c ,il REDUCTlqN JI
t 4 Roy's Pride Syrup, No. 10 can .. .. ... 1.20 '
Tires, TubesAccessories Tall Pet !Milk\ 2 cans for ,..? .. .t. -a_. .25c '
l : t Franklin Sugar 100 Ibs for .. .,..... .7.00 II, ;
V : Over Seas Lye Hominy,..No.3 cans. ...... 15c J
Gas Oil Libby's Dessert Peaches, No. 3 can ._. ._. 35c H. SLTPVTSTORES I .
Overalls, Work Shirts, Dress Shirts.l\Ien's Underwear, 1i Iii ;
FTM' Cnmk Case Service Auto Accessories, Gas, Oil, Cold Drinks, etc, at right ; .
: Station prices} ., V ." '
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j jf;,. t Fresh California Lem1 you C ) V I GROCERIES r 1,000 yards Sheeting, ten ing and we are giving: a

i{ yards to customer, per yard, demonstration on Wilson's J
L: ions Dozen. ; 35c, '' '
'ABOUTT0 We V have bought the
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.; <5; BUILD III' than wholesale:; prices and licts. Sample of HamS free ,
; ,. '> I i on Saturday. One day only I

l '" P> .Guy M.,Strayhorn_ .: I, have filled up half-bushel PEPPERELL SHEETING will sell at absolute'.cost and 1,1
,. :; iF"I I I! baskets with an assortment ,
'". Attorney at'Law I '" you should take advantage ,
t ::;. { t ( \ of groceries so that each
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i'! ,:...: .:i'_r I Fort Myers Phone 3JI4tIIUtlfiIIHtttlli 111'1'I'{ customer will have the opportunity 9-4 Bleached Pepperell o opportunity. I

to lay in a supply Sheeting, 75c value, yard
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;f.; ;" I IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlllill; 1 .. at low prices. Value$2.50, in 52c. Pongee, 50c value, yd. WILSON'S HAMS .

'" I this sale, $1.85.NATIONAL. 29c. I
'f' ,',.\:. | Dan" ,Forget 1 If so, have you considered the fact thatwc' Saturday only, pet fb 31c.
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".... BISCUIT Which is 4c cheaper
c. furnish materialsof
t'V | tOUSeOUr. I can you with building .
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V : .<. { COMPANY\ DEMONSTRATION\ MADRAS PONGEE 35 cents a'pound. : '
: .1' the highest quality at prices that insure : .; I

:,i"r.; I .Item V Box :-_: economy. Please V let us acquaint you with III h II I .... ... ..: ,. .... .. S Rfmi : ." .. ... ..... __ _..." ..Ir. II iAs I .

"K.kl.. i V at ..our methods."Highest. Will be,Held here:SattuS1 GjitQQtidea :, .tCE tl11ti
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r :, SuiiiniimiiiiiffluiiiiHiiiimiiuimiiiiiil!I POLLOCK LUMBER COMPANY ll I &. GAMBLE
50 6r 55c pound
f ;# '. ; :, '. We ch's Grape/:Jujce', j Home. of Johns-Manvillq Roofing { BUCKET LEi SAVE MONEY\ per J

':'- Pint 35c;.jQt., 65c.I I East j Bucket Contains: Three "
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our of FancyPlece -cHEEsE'
.. TatumsBig Store, cakes P. & G*white soap, 3 .

.V .' '"1-;,.' I cakes star soap, 2 cakes Goods. A complete line of ;Per 3.38c-Cheaper than '. I

,,.:.. nuuiiiimmiiiHiminuiiiiuimmmminuimiiiimI tlllllllilhlltll'lllllltlllltlllllllllitlllllllltilllllll111111111111111111 1 ", 11111111liIlllhlE I guest room soap, 2 packages selected patterns in the 40c straight: .

Star-Naptha powder, 2 newest popular fabrics.

,:> I IF YOU WANT TO SAVE. I 'I packages Chipso. $1.O5 for
I' SMOltED BACON

:-'; _,: i L '. 50 per; cent of ,your f I'1. 75c.Uncle Remus Georgia Syr- LADIES' FANCY Per lb. 28 to 38<&Cheaper


n ..::<-_'t. f., ; _E.:.", ,,'', ,.c\'':..:''.:."..;.,$.._"'..-i,'.'\."...:.->: -. Ice Bell -. I ICE .. Iii II ,up, No. 10 can, 95c; No.:5 can HOUSEDRESSES.. .. than'40c straight :a ,
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; : : i 'ii: :. .1 '25c;,Six' acka es Star-N'roj .; prints! ,2:00; .( value: ,, ..c:4: .' ',' 2thissummer I?ei ..;::01; ?:-: : J<'iY -u.tu.< '"
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: SELF RISING FLOUR )Ve' have:
VV .' Imported J English, Broad-: red ced IOU r
; Six pounds, 45c; 12 pounds, pricer of own '
: : cloth white blue tan our .accord.yhoiesale .
; : ; 80c 24 and
; pounds $1.49.
\ L; fancy stripes:. $3.50 values, .,\ prices,are' 'just,. as.
: : .. ORIENT high as
< : ; PERFECT 219.. ever. .
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;' Six pounds,48c; 12 pounds, I1 kled''Pork.. and 'Conle t.

: : J : } :>,> 95c; 24 pounds, $1.85.: YES :Bee.atahe: : .

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: -LIttle Elizabeth Lamb. who' has XOTICE OF INTE'ITION rIKT TO APPLY B *..FTIHT !
CLASSIFIED FOR CJIRTFR OP

: rmrrxrvo.ADVERTISING VARY TT .r RATES I Personal Mention I been quite ill. is reported as much EAST FORT MYERS I : CItt.ht'lt.FIOKlDt.TTe. FORT. JITEBS, : .

.4-ZSJi"ftnU ; ACCORIMQ TO THE PflOt S1Z CO.1O 5c TOft EACIT WOUD improved today.H. the undersigned herebr give" n v-
Counting, the Word, TYPE YOU SELECT. tire that in
.' includ also th. incland the worja For Rent.- -Waute ,nam*.and fcddreo boz L. Turner of Swan
aberPl.typ manager -- W, \Yhitehunrt, Judge of the Twelfth Judicial
like this. 1 cent a word for each day, -3. T. Maroon and wife. of Chicago 4i: Co's store is in Moore Haven 'todaj I Circuit in and for te County
"t a.p(17 Ilk* Wa.. Z cents'a word for each are here for a short visit. business. Second Parent-Teacher i day on be
Florida or wherever fee may
1\\. 8.$ tn like tals 3 waited to buy gas. As he was a charter Meerporat-
cent. a r.r4 for each "ay. Association Formed la saM Orruit. for a
: stranger 5Tr Sullivan refused to getup lug First Baptist Church Fort Jdyer
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10-pt'type'like this 4 cents -H. F. Waterbury of New York. Is Ernest Hayen. I [
a word for each day. Westfall. of Winter I The next Florida a proposed anproilt corporation -
the
morning car
was
a new arrival in the City of Palms. is here for few A parent-teacbemsassociation has under the. propoapd cbartr: WIlIeR
.:!. If 10-pt type like tW, 5 ants a word for each day. a days attendingto i standing by the pump. Mr. Sullivanran U now" on file In the office of Cto erk!
; MINIMUM business. been organized in East Fort Myers I of Ute Cln-nlt Court m aad Cfcr Le*
RATE it to one side and notified the of
No dvertle.ment will b. iDMrtect for 1eaa than 15 cenu for tint InAdvertlsements .-J. P. Mabrey of Jackson. )10.. la which is the second in Lee County.as 'ficials. uttt County above. Florida menUenmt where:: It appliwaMon rfV remain ia ;

tIoa: ALTERNATE DAYS making a visit to Fort Myers. -Mrs.. R. Hoolehan and Mrs. Lessie far as Is known. The first was organized made
'I Monday morning Bob Battey came
J : ordered run on alternate Carter of Sanibel in the today at Alva about two years W H. ADAMSC.
ott. days win b. are city ago
and U STARVES
..1t per word. to addlfto rcguia. en7j4: : claimed the car. Someone had
::1 pel' word OD ooer StOOL rate on poti type. ; i D. M. MacLean, 'of Chicago has doing some shopping. and Is functioning splendidly. driven his .ALVIN. GORTON .
off
car Saturday night. If
I SYLVIA GORT() ,
TERMS arrived to remain a few days. Colonel Halgrim is temporary pre-
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r. Cub the man could have secured gas the CLAUDE OO1LT1RKO0BRT
NottceNocant .a advance .. .-Mrs. J. W. Scanland and son, sideat of the East Pert Myers association L. HEATH )F
'i of car wculd
ThmiUM" or I have been miles away before ROBEliT
'Re801utloll.- U ThOMPSON
1 Loo.For insert tor iou tizaaOp -Mrs.John .A.. Hall who baa been James LeRoy. left ,on this morning's and J. c: Summer is temporary morning. I IDA J. .MJJKKiHN

'hit 'ta DOt owo protection.. brine 'a4.-t1aIIIC tft' eorrectJy', tYPWritt & ill. is getting better slowly. train for Chilllcothe.. where they secretary. A meeting was to I I L. B. P6WROD ,
paper reponaLb. for JITS'LMt
mlllLake. :, ADAMS:
Lola
\' adnrtiaementa te1ephonect 1D. will spend the, summer with Mrs. han been held last Friday night but. J. .'. GARNEHB. iope. :'/,

'" ', -W. S-,Turner and family of Dade d's parents. En route Mrs. on account of the rain was postponeduntil I I ....IT Bl>E BILL I II' M. iTAQAHA. ";'

FOR SALE -' City. are making Fort Myers a visit. Scanland will visit friends in Cincinnati tomorrow night. I I ---- 4-2-S-14-23.;_. t'J; ,

S 'T and Middletown. O.Mr. At this meeting the organizationof I Harry F. Fiedler and family and I NOTICE t .
AlLAHASS OCAlA[ Pursuant to Section H. Article 3. of
'FOR SALE-(wo work mal.m prilChOOP. Stetson r Fleming of Montgomery the association will be perfected I I Miss Henrietta Fischer motored to i the Constitution of Florida. NOTICE Is }f '

O. M. Heltman. t-U-Uc Ala., Is here on business. and Mrs. Hamilton Hopkins and officers for the ensuing;; year Lakeland Sunday where, Mr Seedier ; h<.r.*y giVen that the undersigned.. In- g'J 'i
I leads to apply t. the ....gI &Iure at Us '
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FOR SALES Lumber ana material Inwarehoas ROAD MAY BE PRE'fERR O are here from Miami today. Mr Hopkins elected. There will be an interesting i met his cousin Arthur "Whitey') next regoiar erosion to be held CMa year i ,
buildingcorner\ Jackson -E. L. White of Everglades Is is an auto truck dealer and con- program and refreshments will be Kowjlskl, of the Cleveland and Lak. for the passage o( a local or npnalal art ]
and Bay Streets; 10 be taken down and I I valhlatlnK the FORT MY !
tawvd at once Apply Q. M. Heltman. bore for a day or two. tractor in the Magic City. He is also served. There is already a member- land base ball teams "Wlmey" h 'a ERS AmfmfR'J'(;., including

-;. 4-1-Uc. leader of the Miami Rotary club. and ship of twenty and it is hoped that quit base ball and secured hut release the. rorrrdnci] of the Clmtit Court of ',
Lrv I ainitjr. Florida. and the adminlatrtioa 4zog
:. f FOR. SALE-Good sized: twt story ho"-:. Ry Tile AisoclaUd Frets -Miss Florence, Weschler. of Milwaukee is very sorry that he did not get here every teacher and school patron In I He held down the fielding ar of the said District Including Um

I.I acre ground one eighth mile from TALLAHASSEE. ) WI&. is here for a short stay. In time for the Inter City Rotary the section which includes the tern-I erago for Lakeland for five years arts of its officers and of the said 179
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'star* and wber new railroad station April 23.-Under ountjr la the matter of the affair of
'_. twill be. Just off Trail. Good water,- price provisions of'a' meeting Tuesday. tory from boa to the old I lie played third and short stop HP st; tlw Ka iol l.i I uarlctItsr .
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i- :S FIn.right and terma. Owner, Box, t,fZ.ii legislature bill now .before the -Mrs., John B. Crispen. of Erie. place. will become a member. I ncw with the Stahl real estate ..-ga I sold;ttnlciv District..f .ibo Board of Snperviaaraat

;. i a direct state highway between Pa.. IS a Fort Myers visitor. -Mathew Fennel 10 year son of Do not forget to attend tomorrow nlzatlon.EtJUt'. Dated this Uth day of February A. 1;). 12x
1o-ii-BA1.E--.s; ...... lots oa corner 150 by Tallahassee and Ocala I would Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fennel died at a night. Friday April 21th. at 7.30 I I 1323.! ..
f .14* In East Fort S nice X H. GILLIXniI\M. Secretary of
lots U by MO each t&p l.-at't:; 34 era. be placed on the preferential list for -Martin Mayer. of Sanibel. Is local hospital Saturday after a lIngering o'clock and assist in completing the said District. I?

.1)Jy nice tL Jot Lt N by M 180 by 210-4$750 cash room East house Fort I attention Immediately after a stage spending the day la the county neat. illness. organization. Good program and re- I LE>TOK IIMI I I-K J-S. IX I'. :s. 4-%. S. 11. IUTI'E .

|4 0 -=-1-2 cash balance terms East Fort of construction on the present preferential The boy's people live at Tice and freahmentv: Meeting to be held at lIe PPLH',\.TION rOB SfELr ..

I'SLyers.iiiinMt. Vista- McGregor Boulevard. road'has. been ,reached that -Miss, Von Lawrence. who has the entire family have been sick with the Edgewood school house. and Mr.Mrs and henry Mrs. L.FrtxgeralO.J.; Hanohey.B. Mr.C. ('I.\L Is .......LIQUATIONNOTICK ...J'n that the B /

/.4 nie lots-1 corner*. |2.'00-cash. 1 1'j will permit the transfer of grading been quite ilL Is much Improve: the flu they wish to thank their many Tloord of County CommlMuoner of Lee ((14
(S nice lot*-8 corners f 1.000'' cash.fel I outfits and equlpm t. Motorists friends for the kind help that has JUIJI>E FlSlll7.GMr. Bondnrant and r son Orion and uc lot Utt z 150 facing Boulevard'
daughter. Nyda. Langford and latnra of the Mate of Florida at its .
i 1100* terms. I traveling from East coas;, central and -Mrs. W. D. oilier., of ,}far-o. is been given them. I Alton regular _ion in toe year 3925. fur US
We Iota t comers $.,000 cash. lower "" Miss Hilda Golden went to Lake Traf- t-I"3 Tal Acts or Laws of the Mate of
-4'room bouse garage, close in-$2300U West coast territory would pending a few daysjn the c ty. -Mr. and Mrs. J: J. Fleming. Miss and Mrs. C H. Taylor. Mr. and I ford Friday afternoon and returned rlornla affecting Lee County. Florida. 4
-caahy' t. save 65 miles between Ocala and Barbara Gilbreath. Mrs. W. X Horne !Mrs. Burdette Tavlor and Mr. and and ita citterns and the action and duties r
a, room. boas, garage, close in-12,000 I Saturday.In of the Hoard of County ConuniaKionvra .
S rash. Tallahassee when visiting the stat -Eva J. Dickinson of JaTn SYille.Mlch. Miss Gladys Libby and Mrs. S. A. Mrs. Albert Acuff went down the of Lee County, Florida aa foJ1 -
.,1. room boos* lot M a 24* Cleveland Ave. capital. and in traveling to all other Is spending here vacation! here. Mowry have returned from their ,alt river in a boat a few days ago and I two hours the party caught four lows: H .
,UOOeaab.. bass' which weighed 5 to 6 pounds! A Special Act .f the Legislature i
( room house lot M x 140 35001.000 western points. Going In the other days' trip to the East coast as guestsof caught a fine lot of saltwater trout. of Florida abolIshing Honl Truntrum. of ( .
each. They cooked the fish and
direction they would find connetionswith TV. )(. Kennedy of Winter Park. the Hollywood Company. conducted They had a stove in the boat anchored en- thr County of Lee.tate of Florida and
CORRI ., oa Broadway. 4-JJ-ltc Joyed several good fish suppers and authorising and empowering the Board a
; the proposed coastal road at was her today on business. by their Mr. Hogabone. Route in mid stream. cooked the of County Coramimioiien County. /
:TOR. 8ALB-Acreag*--I.arge or small Hampton Springs where a direct road was through the wonderful hill and fish and enjoyed the repast hugely. dinners. Florida, to cause :the funds ta':: proceedsof 4"t
tracts. Tamlami Trail frontage. Close (ho County Bond ot Law Count?.
In subdivision tracts.. Easy terms. Cor- would carry them >o ;Saint Peters- -Mr. and. Mrs. Georgi W. ?Miski- lake region via Avon and Babaon Florida to .... deposited In the county .

it".... on Broadway; 4-23-ltc. burg and intermediate points. At Willlstoa men. 'of. Sanibel. are h-sre for a few Parks: to Palm Beach. thence to HollywOOd LEFT CAR ST.nDI CIllCkt.MPPEK MttESS Dpaetorie of LM County Florida. 1ft .
tile aaron manner and under the
l'OReAL>>- I another connection would be days stay. hotel where: the party was condition and provisions that County woe;

S 1* acres rlvn front bearing fruit i mad. with State Road No. 5 which Jn charmingly entertained: Wednesday About 1 o'clock Saturday morning The chicken supper given by the Funds are delimited.Z. .
trees price LMO H cash. A special act validation the-levyfor I If If
S ,.,t acres river.front $7.SOO- erma. turn connects with Road 27 for Miami a -Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dan- afternon was devoted: to a sIghtseeIng ladies of the Edgewood Baptist the year 1924 of taxea by the Board of

:. .($5S t acres 060. This river will front cut and J8 Boulevard nice lots fronts front and such intermediate points as Tam iels. of Blake street a fine girl baby trip to Miami. Coral: Gables. LiMNMNIO COMEUER1TEMEMORItL church Friday night waa a social and County Commls lonm of lao County
HALF 110LLAIIMWILL I Florida. to pay the Interest and providea
S McGregor Bonlevayt; and River. pa. Brooksville and Inverness.. Wednesday sight. Cocoanut Grove and Miami Beach. financial success. The net proceedswere Hinklns fund for the retirement of II
-jtt aerea fronting I both aide. of McGregor BE DISTRIBCTFOContinued four hundred thousand (lOIoooe."> dollar -
At Ocala
n Boulevard $SSO connection would be made Thursday the party was conducted over $50. More than 100 people H
per acre terma. of bonds fawned by the County of
S :'4)) aerea McGregor Boulevard I $754)) per with State Road No.. 2 which extends -W. L, Haskln. of Worcester. over the Hollywood development were fed. Lee. State of Florida for the purpoM I

':M.tT McGregor.' Boulevard $4SO per'coftlUQAN through the central part ot the state Mass. 1 Is staying in Fort Myers for a. finished under construction and pro- Waldo( Newcomer.from Baltimore.Page 1) M. MPrentis. of various funding Special the outstanding Road end bonds Bridge of District the- -f

to Fort Myers... through Orlando. few weeks. posed. KIDDIES ENJOY PARTY of Lee County Florida. and to authorize
; on., Broadway. 4-23-ltc Eustis. Leesbnrg. KIsslmmee. Halnes Baltimore Maryland.L. the sale of such bonds and OleIDvetrt..t
i
M. Caddis. Jackson. B.7.. High of such proceeds of said f
'FOR SALE-Motor boat, IS feet, roundS City. Bartow andrcad1a.1 It would -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lee and Mrs. Reckless Drivers The children who assisted with bonds that cannot be used for the fund-
-.. bottom; 4 cycle engine. In rood itltape.tOoaraateed Tupelo. J, B. Stirling Jackson. Miss Ins and retirement of such Special Road
title. Price $100.00.Grover connect with the branch of No. 2 that Laura Lampkin are spending several Have Harrow' issippi. the Easter program at the Edgewood and Bridge District Bonds In the hands

;Hackney.. Care Srkea andfHUl 4-2-6tp. extends from Leesbnrg to Lakeland days at Tampa.W. EscapeIn John Baptist church were given a party at of owners who will not surrender the f
Breckenridge Jones. St Louis.
until the thereof.
maturity
::FOR SALE-Two house., nicely furnlah- through Mascot Groveland and Polk C. Lonsdale. St. Louis. Festus J. the home of D. A. Page Saturday af are A fep cial Act of the Legislature
.- eeL, Ut Victoria St. See .parties with. City. M, Kevin and some friends are a Dodge car flashing along the ternoon. There were twenty present amending1 Chapter 4tt of the Laws of

S .t?. 4.23-hp. : Another 'connection Is made at making a motor trip to Saint Peters Tamiaini Trail at a speed stated to be Wade Lotus Missouri.St. Louis Frank Watts. St.. and all enjoyed the occasion Florida.ia Lee 1923.County.relating Florida.to 'Road BO aa protaotfcm to ....-

'FOR 8ALK-Uaed Cadallaa ear or trade )llalnes City with Road No. 8 extending burg. Tampa and other points north.Mr. 55 miles .an hour. Wilmer Weeks low a more liberal use of the public
for' kX. .u -c. ,Wllllaras. Pythian Bldg. J. G, Brown. Raleigh. J. Elwood roads of Lee County Florida. than to
S 4. '' 4-23-tfc. to Fort Pierce via Lake Wales. ---- driving and N. B. Carrot In the seat BUILDIM; M.AT: IHNGALOW
-t Cox High Point J. M. Scott Char- now allowed by the present law
.; Sebrlng Lake Anne and Okeecbobee. and :Mrs. C. R, Dinkey of with him attempted to pass a truck Done by order of the Board In recn- .

T -FOR.. RENT A connection also Is made at Klsslnv- Brie, Pa. are spending a few days in and In doing so left the road and ran lotte.Carolina.G. W.. H. Wood. Charlotte. North On Riverside Drive near the Williams Jar U:-.session' this the 4th day of March T;

; mee with the road running to the the City of Palms. Into the ditch along"which the car Boat Ways. Willie Pavese Is JOHN B. MORRIS. Chairman:
M. Berry Columbia, R. Godwin Attest:
FOR RENT-furnished apartment. tit coast at Melbourne. traveled for at least "l00 feet when it Rhett. Charleston. R. S. Small. having neat five-room bungalow ;J. F, (jAP ER. Or

r FowUr, street. 4-14-tfo Short connections would be provided -Mrs W, L Stannard. of Detroit. struck a twelve inch telephone pole Charleston. South Carolina. with bath erected. It is of frame -%-.-!. S, 16. 23. S. 5-?. 14. 21.OF .

near the northern terminus of the' Mich. Is spending a few days in Fort shearing It off clean.
FOR RENT-On* nice large room suitable I F. L. Fisher. Knoxville Frank Hay- construction. J. A. Whldden Is the !
for bath. .Also wltb. Road No. 1. The STATEMFVT THE 'OWXFB8HIF.MAA .
>couple adjoining road,,for connections, Myers. car was stopped by the Impact contractor.
and front den. Memphis P. D. Houston. Nash- rMfc:: T. CIBCCLATIO: :TCBEQI
& OP* nIce.. room r -
:fhon*fPin.voenh 4232tc.FOR \ and also with ,No 2 atJIigh Springs -- badly wrecked and Weeks had one of rIfle Charles H. Lyerly Chattanooga. 'IKED RT THE ACT OF 'CO1CULHH -

:. RENT/ -Furnished bungalow ia which would give a direct connection -Mrs. Beatrice Plumb Hunzfeker. his hands ..eyerely'cut.. A Ford came T. R. Preston. Chattanooga R. B. JiEEPI>G THEM: STEADY OF_At, :0 1ST: SI, 11U t
between the University towns and of Detroit. Mich. is here short along and Weeks climbed Into it and
>. Folnelana Park. Apply Leon Ballard. for a Snowden Memphis. Tennessee. Of The Fort Myers Prose published

S ,Ill lint Street or phone 14.. 4-23-2tp. also with the East coast at Hastings. stay. went on to Naples his destination. Nathan Adam, Dallas. S. M. Mc- Drivers with bright lights showingand dally I 1)51.at Fort Myers Florida for April

BOOMS FOR RENT-Bummer rates.. Apply Carroll was arrested and this mornIng Houston R. Eo Harding Fort speeders are finding little satisfaction 'Slate of Florida >
tit Second street 4-IJ-3W D. N. confined brought before Judge N. G. Stout ) so.
has been -
-} CRLRBR-tTES.BIRTHDAT' Coats who Worth. F. M. Law. Houston. Texas. in East Fort Myers now. MarI County of Lee
)
;.FOR RE JT-Furnished room. In private to his room at the Kenmore hotel who fined him $%:i on a charge ofdrunkenness. R S. Cohoon. Norfolk W. A. sisal Colon M. Howell Is keeping after Before me. a notary Fublia In and forth
:.-. family for one or two gentlemen. Also with attack of illness la able to State and county aforesaid
: an : J. H. Rich- them and says he is going to personally
Norfolk Hill.
Bang* space. 23* Evans Avenue. 4-Zl-Jtp Mrs. A. T. Vldlund celebrated the Godwin EL
S I appeared George Boomer, who
be and around Mr. Coates Weeks Was at Naples this
up today. morning break up these two parties inside his
52nd anniversary of her husband at Stood, Thomas B. McAdams Rich- having bees duly sworn according to lam
Is residence In Poinci&na and was expected to to Fort deposes, and that he
erecting a I come M. ) Jr. Richmond jurisdiction. says ia the publisher
J. Miller
lut with mond. .
; WANTED their home at Idalia night Park. Myers today. I of the Fort Myers Press and that the
a party which.was followed by a dinner Virginia. COMPLETE SEVERAL JOBS following is. to the best of his knowledge
and belief a true statement of the ownership -
'fr'ANTED-Counte1' girl at.,once. Applyt at which nothing was lacking excepting NATIONALLY KNOWN BANKER TELLS Milton E. Alles, Washington. D. C. I manairement
.t fotaaeuia Cata.% .U-tfc. the.candles oa the cake., l the circulation), etc. the aforsaai.jpublIcation
d I In Dr. D. S. Hendry's subdivision G. for the date shown in
UM
,WANT TO BUY-Some acreage barCaln.f' There were a dozen guests present REASONS FOR LEGION ENDOWMENTBy TRAIL PROPERTY SOLD IlL Taylor ia superintending the construction above caption required by the Act of
-* In Florida.$ Have the money.. Boa 13M. ''and all enjoyed the occasion. I Including August 24. 1912 embodied in section 443.
I of handsome 5-room bun-
4-23-ltc a
.. liIamI.Fla., dthe music. W. E. McMahon. and W. H. Reynolds Postal Laws and Regulations printed on
-i the dinner an Brigael r.Geaeral J.ka B. galow for Dr. Henry which will soon the reverse of this form to- wit:
MtQiIggEDITOR'S
:V ANTED-1 have numerous calls for newspapers know how much complaint report the purchase of the Oscar 1, That the names and addresses' of
>'M furnIshed apartments and rooma. I been be completed. He is building a large the editor
Aean has aroused. And yet the Tamlami Trail through to Altamont publisher managing editor
i-anurnlahed rooms and houses. And NOTE General McQuigg for A. L Mann and finishing and business
are:
garage managers
'-J' small S or 4 room house and lot if BUTS CLEYELASDW. Is a nationally? kDOwn'banker of Clevr, |I I government Is doing the best it can. Park. this sale being made throughthe Publisher George E. Roomer Fort Myers.
]H r prloa* aaV Unas a** rlghu.AdviseOorrlgan. land. Ohlo} eommaadlD& officer of the up a six-room house on the Blanton
Because It Is a government it cannot Florida.
; :: on Broadway. Ohio National Guard and considered Hanson Realty Co. Mr. McMahon -
one in
:i : 4-23-ltc. Albrecht purchased the eighth of the intellectual leaders of the country give selective service-the thing need also report the sale of the corner place Edgewood. Florida.Editor George E. Homer Fort 2Cyera>
trn J. B. H. is heart and soul behind the AmeriCAn As soon as the work is done he
Cleveland Six of the month of rehabilitation
ed work.
five cottage Legions in of Lafayette and Tamlami Trail -MonaKinff Editor George E. Boame
W4.N'lID-A.: four or room Endowment Fund and baa
and his will leave for tour
ow. permanent-* Mack.,Boulrard Filling station MrAlhrecht Suowad *. write the. Uteinel1* which Now consider those mea who never to Roscoe Hough. Mr. Hough having family a Fort Myers. Florida.
.=
t.JIi.; :Klcstl )-'or% Jewelry Stor of the north. loafing along the way Business Alana.rs. George Ii:. Boamsr
will select his model dor ,
4-21-Jtp. bear of the bureau-whom the bureau sold immediately for a profit of five Fort Myers. Florida. ,
.( ... 11; ;.: .t'o.-# -4- the dinpiny Mr. Taylor has purchased a complete 2. That the la If
ins,the month of May.'from 'Thue never knows. Fifteen disabled veterans hundred dollars' and bought three owner : ( tha publication
S \ ... .. ... of the CUralaad la only CI a e adequai plaaatioa camp outfit and will travel aIn ia owned by an Individual bisnam
I .. .... -3' om tae floor of tt ae4 tat die every day today. tomorrow other Iota in the same block. and address, or U owned by more '
:. factory O Tlaad. Ohio. SoU American and the next. Many of them tin can tourist. with Midilgan. as than one individual the s>aa>e cat address
Mr. McMa&ou also purchased
:! .'1, Leciu.-a P.OOO.OOO acbInDeAt tu.a4- his ultimate dellt1na1Jo11.U. of each should be rivea below; U thepublicaGon
o ,. "f... that ia:ia. conxnoa sass aa*.. never know wat the government through R. B. Bowden another lot oo la owned by a corporation the \
S might haTe for ihem.Leltoa" the Trail 60 195 feet for 1aTe t- name of UM corporation and the assess
BUT ELPYT"Two Wiw tb. Uate4 fitatca by and addressee of
SUKBUKTED! weat Into the stockholders owa-
.. ...... toe waf. It coaaldared Itiett Service. ment.It S. Officials VisitPa"cking lag or holding on. per cent or more of
,... doing the /
the total amount ot stock should be
'. E sunburned but contented men aaaaalUrlaa. the right the just The American Legion enters into is understood that important developments HouseRoy aiv n.)

: are how to be,found at Co ultt'* of thing., To the 'patriotic Americans the picture here. Though its 11,000 are pending on the Trail 3b Th_Fort Florida.George Myers. Press One)' owner Fort : ;

LOST flc* jjTtey:are A. S. LIndenfeld and wboj rallied to do the' flgbtlng it posts and its, highly organized rehabilitation and is the occasion for much of the Hanchey's packing house was K. Jlosmer stockholder Fort

W. B. Bogert- Each have been tis &- showed cratltude and promises that service It seeks out the recent buying. visited .recently by several men .from )I Y Katherine rs. Florida.T Homer. stockholder Fort :

.LOST..'. t tSTRATEO OR STOLEN-On luC and la different parties and they those who came: out alive should have disabled man and brings him to the the United States Department of Myers. Florida.

I I I"" brow* mill*. U hands high-and 'i'amUtoia a pair 0 have bees swapping tales of expereaces DO, further cans for '.worry ,I bureau. It becomes his advocate his INJURED 3IAN OTTYoung AGAIN Agriculture 'at Washington and ages.*. That sod the other known security bondholders holders, mortc- (
C0OIOISZ owning
-onddle
I Brows bags 6hoM. I'IDd4tr ClaD k ,* To hear them tell It both i Those.were_definite pledges,.as assuredly Investigator his guardian and obtains ) Wesley the man aO badly inJured among the party was the official photographer or holding 1 per cent or more of total

m1 4 rue malo aDd saddle bags 11 be Will Sri InS boats.;mu8t-have.been loaded to the .aa notes at a bank or vows for him the last Iota of Justice.No when his clothes caught in a for the department who amount of bonds. mortgages or other securities 1
bent shoes If there
the are; ( ar
so.tttate.
'U' shoal as they are none )
S1 l0,world. THE BIG CASH STORK.. B. gunwales with mackerel king flab. Nothing remained In nil save to redeem 1 other agency can do this service gas engine at the Olga marl pit four took pictures of the different grades None "

;HENDERSON SON. %I-atc., snooks and another fish little know tbem.------ for none other is constituted either weeks ago Monday. was able to be out of eggplant, potatoes and peppers to above.4. That tn th* two paragraph of next .
giving names the
mZ ;LOST-Folder pocket book containing I LIndenfeld capped the climax with a Pitiable :Mistakes I physically traditionally or spiritual of the hospital and take a 'motor ride be used in their bulletins Illustrating stockholders, and security holders,owners If any.

S t;:11am.ecu. go.d Stnder p&50ea please In favor return of IX 00 SS L GraA rt-- story of. a shark .with a pilot fish fast. -"""ha baa been done to that end A lysotodo. ... yesterday.It ,the various grades. Pictures were contain and security not only holders the list they of stockholder I'I'I I't
aa
.E.t--.T.EJt or i'i X to I m treat deal. There nave been pitiable I The other side of the picture also was thought at first that his Injuries ,also taken showing the packing house the books of the company but appear also upon, incase

.> .mistakes but a generous people i brings a consequence of the World were fatal but a good constitution force at work. grading and packing holder wher the. stockholder or M1

t-., FOUNU"SCBOOL. HOWARD RECOVERING through their: :agencies at Washington War. The orphans! Today by Veterans ,assisted by medical skill and the different. vegetable These gentlemen company appeara a trustee upoa o the it any books' oh.fiu

;i !U 1 Jsave set up machinery to care for Bureau figures there are 35.000of good nursing pulled him through. commented most favorably on ciary rlaL the) name ot O

: ', all disabled veterans and provide them children whose fathers died the houses ,and stated thatit whom such trust* is
pOtflID-Y3orI4s Auto llCn. -tag nose' Mr. Howard who was operated onrecently packing ing. Is given, the said two paragrapha -
j !...t. hOe 30.412. Ownef may bV some by fqr a badly fractured shoulder monetarily; for their car ia short to either in action or la line of duty In Old Tea Plants .was one of the best ia South Flor- contain a m embracing af I

0. 'I fmllhag thladT.at., Press fncedJ> ittlq: is rapidly recovering and wooa.be .redeem those pledges.. War. Thousands aeed attention now ida that they had seen. the fiant's circumstances full and conditions belief aa under to .

S well again unless coniplica.toDsoccur Tet that 1* not enough. At that -hundred. are emergency cases, s. Used for Hedges Hancheys boas was the first to which stockholder* sad security bolters

f.la EOySI $ point tbs_government ceases to n* starving, going In rags suffering because tAke,government inspection: this year .ho do not appear upon the books of th* '
1 ) ; company as trustees, hold stock and securttles -
S capable: of meeting the problem.' The their fathers made up the casualty 'SUMMEEV i S.. c.. April %.- in Fort Myers and all commoditiesare 1 IB a capacity other than that of a

< anu >IUEN-Wo.*nd haVe.51. i i--; JtOTlCB. __TO BIBBERS. r ftrvernmeat, has Its agency the Vet- ) list of a great war. It is unjust Hundreds of old tea plants gathered I graded and, packed strictly according bona fkl* owner and this aftiaat h :
'.. on *. ? Vfttm\tm a IllhaWc4SUe8outibreL is' gives that the Bureau It has Ita and Yet OYer. world daring the time I! to the standard U. S. n reason to belftv. that any other
La iV **.*** bOY NOTICB hereby eraaa : millions In deplorable. no government from the grades eon corporation any
of Lee -lt. b
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ConunUntonera
It!. It at bOUtS !, cSsStyrnortaaTiwUI on Wedne da the appropriations. But what happens? agency obtains to provide for- these when tea growing In the United States}I which are recogaixed .on 'all markets tt dir o Indirect in t a

vs700 eaa 410 rc Ilk 47 of Mayj.l 2S. up to J clock P. The agencies .sitback and wait for waits of war. was A profitable industry,, hate grown and by all buyers. All shipments .tk bd him.r o.securities
..!L TW bids for the sate bJ' .a
If, 121 wd17_street, o-r 1107- the U.'.Board receIve! > of aealvd tit. ttllowlnc buuU in,tao the disabled man to come to It for remained for the Legion to set U) the size of small trees and are.now)carefully inspected by a. federal Inspector .each testi th* avee. number of e

S el A1rcY.h1 a.MartIeC-, ." t-n-ate.. Cnty IOta}10. to-wit-21 andoffK i of Erosseer's aid. .And when the crippled and up the agency which guarantees a, being transplanted here for: landscape who issues a, certificate .lril J through"th publication* mails (other- Ii
numbered o
: rieL draInS'i-grain 1a 8ubdlvialoa on Bocilia talaad. according wounded do come other obstacles Interpose borne for every homeless 'child-an j purposes. showing the- quality and condition of b during tao i i

i.0ftrm: &h ;west$40000." 50Io51l'rr..1. "for.Igrlda" t-II-lle.iand. to the the Clerk pitt thereof of the os Circuit IUe Is Court the themselves. opportunity for every deprived,cbpd. ;Before the Chinese. tea growers dis-I the products shipped. 1 th557CSdthf U. date shows.PUb1IeUQn.nIYI ,

Dot l3O4.'..M\am'\ .' na.. of Le*.of County. Florida, Teteraa at Disadvantage Justice For Orphans copered that they could produce the Hanchey house is bonding up (This inCormatloa ,required from daily.

:; S \ PP _A SUIU'SR' HOKAaberille.t. Its moat. with Each bin bidder bid a will certified be required dwell.to to the deport sum The veteran baa to jrove b* U entitled It is ao less than justice to, care leaf and market it in the United States quite a reputation for it'* '",.Packedf. GEORGE E.

,5 Jtoft1t farolIOa sbV0hIOfl I. pRIed.en' Lake. of .3..W aa and la evidence of good fait. to government aid-and beyond For these orphans as theIr own fathers at a greater profit than the American Right'-"vegetables.on the Sworn to and HO ab before in* this

: t4vduslv.Thtre aro a feW ekIOt* '; Spiro. BaM land are to be. add for cash.and The all shadow. of. a doubt. Stop for a mo- would have cared for L Miit la reserved, to reject any J SEL
; I III..L.A. '.O" '1r1?__ '_ ::. meat aad think what that means. war's luck beea different The Letioa don at,a financial.profit in this section ,of quality: and no ,baitr i J. taking 'a' ) Ii:. NCOLX. -'

,'., i Pf &. : Dc.\M".i day of .AprtJ.ordif'of""tha-, ''Board'Wa" S thaSth I There.:mutt be documents to prove owes this obligation but the public ) c chance of getting aa .terJor'qllaUtJ. : fJ cO $ PU O 1 IMS.) '. .

: A&8BJi.... .;. c" i the wound, tb.injury or disease wasa owes It no less so the Legion becomes Dr. Charles U. Shepard. once owner whea he bays them.> !i ;
AUMtt3OHV '
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." ; ;so oa 1 P. OAttNBT*. Oerk.: MORRIS. Ob&1rmanApril result of war ervtc*. There must the agency for the public' ;) In of one of the largest tea plantations, This firnx. also know_ as .oreof. : iF
J.
\ '1 .li7.c..1mon iaC.f.ji. :. lth and Jtod.AGNBR .' :__I. !be.: witnesses to testify to' details not caring' for this obligation. That is who died in 1915. became interested the. largestegffpUat growers,, and 1 J ':"TB.ntS ACI} .'

.. backed up by documentary evldeac way every American should' contribute in the Industry after,his arrival here' shippers: in: Flor.do; This, ,week ... Aeseeis4s& Frees> : f

,;;_ \ -.. .. -:Me.: BARNES Ia the'ad .: disabled veteran must to the Legion's $5.009,000 endowment from Connecticut many year.ago. Hecollected Foreman E.: A.: Pike stated that they S (7'TJ.. .Itf. APr 23. The .ad- <

I .. tw.e. & his .a lawyer, an Investigator at the fund which insures for all time plants from China and Japan will ship Ih.e. solid cars of eg$taat den acUTl r : (: /

: :_.... C. 1':=. I ;Beal BUte BnkenCB very least possessed of above the av- the .continuance: of this service for and .began. scientific experimentation from the:farms In,'tie loa dtetriet. IM '- o.11 P. belokteg VesuTlua of 'lt_ -

-. latelUcence so .th&t.he the disabled and the car of the thousands with thelD.-an7 the trees onthb besides' three can of .mixed vegetables ,
Mst rr irVim aad IeriIitt crate mayaastetaac p**>teg a* -
S- a: .... e.
.... ... ... a. gn1_. th*.: joreratAftM ot .war orphans who now pay Shepard plantation. will. be dug up for : .,.each contalalfig some :egg.plant. .t51' tQ4j4 'st4Is0r t

.L .L .1 aiM s tor teaA, tffhM -for their fatten* sacrtifo. day ia end m>. la borders "and other,'landscapes / ., They' estimate tielr entWit .obefvTa4t f" -
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:* t .;;r;;, ': "tMk4," _' .n..Tt. TO WkO W 4'Ik* ,dacu : crop at forty,cart. If price hold good... ; .-':, .I ;.>:;, ,-, [

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' ? \ ., ( 'reds will be staged, made an of varl-' I
::: ,L. ; :': N, .. f' eau ledges and tloaU prodded ky Roses? ,
Cabbages or

t. j. -: :'TNaANDlk I }'{( \''0 Sattabte bstaeeorgaalutlona prizes' are to be of otr Leketand r, I" 1L window to the
mat.tuellae .tartar I the parade.Ra i II I Be sure ycu see our
; ban and rott win b I it you
j' prottded enter the Arcade. Inf
,ga- i.Afil3ttt'1 I I also for F" left as you t
April U.-i.abt.d ".IUac aJl\lt.m 1l.be : will no. doubt find some suggestion that
: traviaakiag gnat preparations C08naUoa will cK *" Wednesday rrrF summer luggage
solve
''.ii".-- .\9 rcceiv std l: \ ; : 'Artec: the state txavtatv* 1If-ta\t. dab. wblcb 'will b* II problems. ,
y', 'ti _. luj.pm ,.2st1k sal, .tat"'l tonewe4 by mad ball and.. T.aJ.- I II ,
f" TJ ossepenrftt! Mara bH-a 111) lntL ... II 'f" ; ; .t t
.' ''fOf'.nral..u trraagtac u. deco I Th ladtoa 'will com 11f r their : I
i tattoo ot the City a.4 getting 'b ..bar through *at.....a.t pW'OTtd..t. tt I! "
: MraiB..tB chap" s* that tkr, will by: the U4l \IIImlttH. Special
_'} aeb t beast, idle"- noiaeit, tor visitor t.'hPOIIm be Mrtvd both dayrn.
k t.. '\: .. I A lane at the Klk club oa"Tu** ' -',: ThatVisitta.j.!" ,;and a motorcade for \VWa. I W lf
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.' } :: Kfca-are requested to red. da,-will keep the time of tb. talks( ,
'. t ister at;tk ca hoes fhB1D lat.17I I tally *.ptM daring their vUlt. ..- .' .
I : apes theta arrival u Latelaad M Latched: U doing herself. proud taa i i G9dQ0ia '- :: :
y. tnt they nat be make this ltsli .
; assigned to room effort to years ftmtenU
t "... j M< property....... tar. Palm Beach i a the Wet *Tf"r. Forecast' at + ail
: ,...;; u4 DeLaad are sB4lag herds sad present indicate the largest attendant r I
.'. ttea. wftV the local band will pro-i, this year at any state roBTcntki -
\ ;"';.- vtt naste for every ___l a. Farm! $ u _
!. 10 < '.' ;t" Deadi also Is providing a class ot
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." "<: twenty candidates who will bfc lalate4 ., 'Locked Doors Fourthde 4 3 [ ,. ;
-- Tswday arteraaoa. .
Summer
'as '.' The nwTeatknmm be tailed to: IHle Film in Year For ,
r:; ;" .';' elder Tuesday morals by President"
-'-: '. Sa ltx. May** Bvcaaaaa win 1ft l. Original Screen Play by Clara I
\ ;;,.,.:"f. nee tINt candidates as behalf of the. Iltrancf with AU-Staf Cast 9d
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1 ."_' City. r.rted States Sector Park bar distinct differea motion plct 5-- Travel
: (. : Trammt-n win. wetauae! ell .he lull otPott .r proturtions ia one year I Is the .
'1-', cmrstv. Krah | Raler a B. I record made br: William de Mille the "
i' ';" ::' JOB** win d. the boson for the localLodge. Paramount proa'.teA G.a tDElt Suer! SWfi' PQ\5Ot4, i
t'I.I., '; ', Ilia latest pirtar "tocked Doora.t ." attracted ra Of course you are going to have lots of placesto y
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of the peculiar reason as- to have the proper? traveling equipment. F
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S. h : ROGERY Killed his wife while man's.You goods are
.- I who all know what Rountree luggage
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: the propriety of the Urge I Regardless of where you are going and how s
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