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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 25, 1925
Publication Date: 1914-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
Coordinates: 26.631667 x -81.857222 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Fort Myers weekly press
Related Items: Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
Preceded by: Fort Myers daily press
Succeeded by: Fort Myers tropical news
Succeeded by: Fort Myers news-press

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-' 41ST. YEAR-NO. '121, FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, SATURDAY' AFTERNOON f, APRIL- 25, 1925 PRICE 5 CENTS


: PAVING TAX O ON CONVEYANCEOF 7' BUILDING COLLAPSES, DURING FURIOUS STORM: S

1 \ STREET COL WILLIAM/ L KAY( lVACATlON' HERE

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/ PROGRESS; SHOWN REAL [ESTATEPROPOSED J.aLiS HEADS STATE CAMPAIGNFOR

l' \'{ ':n I FOR GRAMMAR a

BY BILL S : l1&. .
: : AMERICAN LEGIONS

b : IY CITYWork'Completed [ ,
RECORDS
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Add'Thousandi SCHl(}( KIDS
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B .. Would .f Dollars Te General F r A. C. L. Says '
4 < <' -- School Fund It Is .1 "Campaign. ) CaBBet Fall It is
1\\ Equals) Over ClaimedTALLAHASSEE. i .1 .' .e
( d's Cause
f I Junior and Senior Highs Cos ,
't 67,000 Square Yards 18,600 'II I tinue Their Work Until
To Be Laid April 25.-hfany II PALATKA. April 23.-Colonel) WH-
thousands of dollars would be addedto I liam E. Kay of Jacksonville solicitor June

t'I the county school funds under the II general for the Atlantic Coast

16,000 YARDS' EXCAVATED; provisions of the bill introduced in, I Line railroad and prominent throughout COUNTY SCHOOLS CLOSING

the Senate by Senator Smith of the, the state today accepted the

j f 29th district and by RepresentativeStone I chairmanship of the state committee Elaborate Entertainments )tar'k
a Only 8,200 Square Yards Base of Baker In the house provid- j to conduct Florida's work in The

Out Of 28,000 Yet To ing for a tax of ?2 per thousand on I American Legion Five Million Dollar End -Readin' Writin.4 i

+ Be Laid real estate conveyances Any such:i Endowment campaign for Disabled I and 'Rithmatic" ..

conveyance would be held "to mean I Veterans and Orphans of Veterans. t

The work of putting In the new any written Instrument under which II |Colonel Kay will serve as director of I Vacation for all Fort Myers public, !

but shall not be '
going on for tome month !Is now mortgages liens."deemed to include +"ans and orphans of veterans and also I Senior High :Schools has begun. Tb.
making better progress than ever be- ; or the state campaign to raise funds for Primary and Intermediate achooisended .!
The
r fore.;>nd Boon the city can point with Person measure provides that "each i the establishment of the Americanism their sessions yesterday. Par*
pride to the work of street paring offering; a conveyance of" real chair I in the University of Florida..I ents and friends were out la large
estate
... done daring the current year City clerk of for the record circuit shall court state the to full the During: a storm. which swept from Illinois to Pennsylvania: the five-story brick building occupied by the The total quota to be raised in flor- numbers to witness the closing exercUes. :'

Manager Cutter has a chart In his amount and value) of the price for i Isaac Walker Hardware Company! at Peoria, III., collapsed Two men, were killed when the building crushed ida for both projects is JSS.OOO. Of which were interesting and
office which show how : door. this amount tSO.WK will be used for beautiful exhibitions '
just this which the real estate described In the a two-story garage next: I
work ss well as every other civicactivity conveyance .Is thereby being I the national project and U:>,OOO for The primary grades at the Bungalow ;
conveyed
I I II progressing. II and shall pay the tax" In an 1 1 _______ __ ---- I the state Americanism chair. school, with Miss Pearl Patch aa
J So far 17.000 square yards, of pav- amount equal to $! on each thousand FLORIDA'S' CLIMATE 1'KKSS: CO1II'I.I.ME\TF.I j i ONE AND ONE THIRD 1 Issue* Statement principal gave a delightful small i I
,9 ''ing. bare been completed and 1S.COOmart dollars or fractional part thereof of ; f Colonel Kay. in a statement issued I folks entertainment la which they
square yards are to be laid the I today urge Florida to do ber part in were, as interested as were the visitors. I
gross sale price of each parcel of In our issue of April S, the Fort '
under J. G. Yeats ft Go's contract It estate its readers l the campaign and expresses confidence The primary grades from
sold
real and conveyed In the Myers Press gave a A DAY STARTED 1
was, estimated that 17,000 yards of state >. ATTRACTS BRITONS page reproduction of old woodcuts i I HOMES in the people of the state. His Gwynne institute joined 'I'hllndaywith '

'excavating bad to be done in connection Stamps supplied by the state comp- and deep sea chanties of long I statement follows: the primary grades at the,Junior
with the paving. Of this 11,000 "The American Legion: Five Million high school IB a real May Day celebration -
.. troller would be provided for use on departed days. It was a rare privilege -
have been AWAY\ FROM RIVIERA HERE DURING MONTH Dollar Endowment campaign for Disabled which artistic
completed.' The paving the conveyances Indicating that the to do this The page'- reproduced i was a pretty sad
required the construction of an estimated tax had been paid. la from Frank 'Shay's Men and Orphans of Veterans affair. Miss Anna Orr pria& J

40,810 linear feet of curbing. After deducting expenses incident collection of "Iron Men and Wooden j I cannot and will not fait pal at the Junior high school building

Of'this SS.480 feet had been completed to carrying out provisions .of the Act European KpnorU' (>!he Way Before Shlp ." and includes William I"HIIIIU' a tray" ('amlla cn :o.Rf't'e"- "The cause is too righteous It is was la charge.

:: Jilt night.Twentyeight. the comptroller would depositfunds lure of ,Tropical .SunshineMate MeFee's introduction. Edward A. 1'nlj J 'Gag; Connectl Shew God's cause. The spirit that moves I The Intermediate ,school at Gwyns
I thousand square derived from sale of the stamps with / i Wilson made the wood cuts. j '.. Growth these hundreds of thousands of legionnaires Institute, where Miss Cecil Hamilton
'" yarde'ot base waa'he estimate for I : Cit) (: to care for their disabledand : is *
the state treasurer for distribution on Today we are gratified to receive principal gate an eloctitlonirjr: )
this wort. and of this 1S.800 had been I the first of January and on the first (By Tfc A._..... Pr ..) I I from the great publishing I for the orphans of their fallen i program of merit yesterday to a largecompany

completed lalt'DICht., leaving ,only 'of July of each year tj the county LONDON, t 'April 25--The balmy I house of Doubleday Page and j The City of Fort Myers is building comrades may be directed by great i of interested parents and

8,200 square- yards to be placed. school fund of the state on the same winter climate of Florida long a lure I Company the Country Life Press 'I homes ,Some weeks ago the Press men of the day but the inspiration frieads. This program was present**

basis as other school funds ire dis to Americans from the cold northern I on Long Island (X Y.) a congrat- i started a discussion the idea of anew comes from God Almighty. I l under the direction of Miss Crawford

J' '( Lisbon Poor PayHomage tributed. states, has begun to draw wealthy j ulatory letter of which the followIng ]I home a day for Fort Myers this "1':0: greater work ever has under-I teacher of expression. Considerable
Britons away from their sunny but is a part; i year. The campaign was well startedby taken in America and BO talent was displayed by the childrca-

/i. / to Actress Sunday Mass\ Meeting chilly coves along the Rivera. "That was a gorgeous page on r the first of April and BO the city I of workers can be found for this particular The schools of East Fort Myera, alt
I : The winter Just ended saw hun 'Iron Men and Wooden Ships. It has a record of a bouse and a third i ) work than tbe men and closed yesterday, with a big Parent
,. /;, tar ,,Tile AtMM>lale. Press) In Children's Interest dreds of leisured Londoners cross the certainly inspires .me. Please tell started each day in ApfiLIn I en who are closest to the wom-I Teacher Association meeting at Bight.
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'LISBON. Portugal 23. <
April -
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Enormous crowds$ blocked the streets I Atlantic to get away from the fogs; your make-up man that he did a other words this is the twenty-I the members of the Legion Mrs Leola Seaile )J. principal' 'at
f A and rains of their gray and gloomy) know lion auxiliary. The care of orphans East Fort under her
how Myers
mass meeting in the 'interest of splendid\ Job. 1 trickyIt and this : teaching
,of the city.the other day when Angela fifth of April
.5 .' Pinto, the popular Portuguese actress -!I the children of Fort M>ers and Lee I capital. Formerly only a few score was to set for it took me Quite permits for new homes bad 331 of mea who gallantly laid down their the past year have beet !ir.. Qaig.Cth .
5. Englishmen; took the time and troubleto. awhile to get it lives for their country in those try- I grade Mrs Whistnant and Miss
slums Lisbon i county will be held Sunday eveningat just salt at the city ball and several ; ]
; was buried. The of granted
t emptied themselves to 'come andsSs. i ite the Presbyterian church.: County discover the sunshine of the West is needless to say that this I more were expected to be issued ing days of 1917 and 1918 is a solemn Bylaska 5th grade: Mia e Hicks.\U'
address II Indies and Florida. The steamship fine tribute from fellow crafts duty and the public should consider Mrs. 3rd Mra.
: !"Or IIlel." pass to her last Judge N. G. Stout will the a j within-a day or two. some' of which grade; Pixtoa. grade; *
"", 'restingplace.. ''She'WII the Idol' of gathering and call tha public's attep- companies attractions hare begun to trumpet the man of such known artistic abilityIs i{ cost around $25,000 or more. it a privilege to participate: in this Oateen' 3rd grade: Miss Daniels. tad
I the and her lion to' Juvenile cases coming under of both, and expect In- appreciated, not only by our efficient work., I grad. and Mis Gould and Mrs.. TheBias. -,
people. remarkable
versatility the
which shows
: I creasing numbera of tourists to cross make-up man but I Another thing 31,000 IB Hospitals 1st
ran"1 I his observation that Indicate a need ; by everyone grade. They have had a successful
;..-... ..; ttagBdyr, HerTivortte:from I comic''role--werer opera to, tor ImprovedBiethedsM.iuUidAag d... .- i the -\I Hantic* next winter in search ofbright connectedfWith the Press, in growth of the city is the installation "Few of ns outside ever atop to realize school year. A feature of Usa.
I [ .skies"and soft southern any and all 'departments. j b/ the. gas department of new gas that there are--31,00V veterans East Fort MTWS '
.J, elosing was lsseb4
e of the llnquent children. Superintendent of I a
women people. Increasing.
tmeters is
'I I The of ; '
', Schools Colin English will also be'speaker a breeses. They are saying proudly: If it tl use gas who fought our war lying OB the eon and, shower: la boaor ofDaniels .'. Mi.
.. t ; ;; Beggatand poor old.women whom :These who tried the trip bring Thirteen new connections will Jiartbeen >
'. I on the program AS will Miss have can be done the Fort Myers Press cold iron cots of hospitals. Alone la whose eDacement.to-D.,1I, ,
,the,popular, actress had aided in her back made this week, at the close of j'
tempting tales of their experi- I I
y I :. Barre Pritchett, welfare worker. can do it.Chamber their sufferings these maimed heroes Kite, of Gainesville has already,bnf
; lifetime tot '
vainly
were seen
trying One relishes winter swim business today.WHITE.
ences. a in fl I II
of ?. toucla'the side ,of her bier as it was '!' The meeting will be called at 7:30; I can only desire proper' treatment :announced They will be married' 4i nf
the whereas the
: "drawa. past them in the street: 'I I o'clock. I Riviera gulf.they winter-time say dips in the along Medi- I The American Legion, their comrades June : ;
i'Lee\ ,. of Commerce I and protectors will see that ( The schools on Saaibel Island
MarriedAt terranean are taken only by the MRS .COOLIDGE FINDS they' get proper treatment. where Miss Lena Hamilton .la pria4icipal
'
Son
f 4 ," Edison's younger and brawnier visitors J -Asks for Recount
;and Second Corner J "Fifteen war-racked martyrs pass ended their year'a work yeeterday. -

I Cambridge Today I'I into the great beyond each day. Manyof [I F with a delightful picnic at'tended -:;
'
: Sells For $75,000 Armed with 1.539 names which :: "USEfUL FURNITURE IN the 31.000 now In hospitals must f by a large majority of Sanlbel

't : BOSTON April 25.-Mr. 'and Mrs. 15,000 VETERANSOF the chamber of commerce census :I follow their path. All cannot be population and some from elsewhere,
./ ;J. E. and C. M. Foxworthy have just cured. But all must be treated i of those "school and
Henry Ford *Mr. and Mrs. Harvey'! check indicated had been overlookedby I fairly lIt was one comb
.
-S 5 f /sold to CoL R Rogers ofthe, Dixie I Firestone with Thomas A- Edison and lAT the enumerator. Secretary Don W.,1 i HOUSE ATTIC 'and with proper care while they are mault," picnics which will'aot'soon,

I i / Ilaelty Company the corner property )Ira. Edison, were guests today of 98 EXPECTED Wilkle. of the chamber, left-for Tallahassee on this earth. I'I be forgotten -

/ OB Lee' sad Second streets, commonly Bishop William Anderson, who this Friday, to take ,up personally'{ "The American Legioj. with .lie: The schools: at Boaita Springs. Frefl

I: I known as the Louis Headry prop- afternoon officiated at the weddingof with Commissioner of Agriculture :I EvononiT; Is First Lady Watchword Interest of the fits million dollar 'G. Turner prlaclpal; SUtero. B. -erlyrsnd'laler as the Phillips house of the fund will continue. In a sabstaatiaj. ;:Maddox. principal; Boca Graade P J
Edison
tl i. i : Theodore Miller son I SI.PETERSBURORpaslahAmerican Nathan Mayo, the request for a",-I IB Uresiiiik' t> ExeratheMansion;
| ; i Jt face 102 1-J feet on Lea street and Inventor, and Miss Anna Maria Oster- count in Fort Myers and Lee county. : manner, to protect and are for the ,,E. McCormick principal, sad SaisC
.. ; 5 feet 'oa Second street, and Is a| bout of Cambridge. That an Injustice has been done maimed. The American public- meet I II James Mrs Morris Mickle prlaclpa'

r t ,t.very" 1 valuable corner The price paid t' r Fort Myers, Is the belief of the chamber i 1 (By TIP AmMrtatr4. Ptf.) j I help. The World War was not solely all ended their terms this week with}
.
' :, was I7S.OOO.OO.. Colonel' Roger says SHRISE IXITIAT10X: HAVANA i Boys To Come! of commerce. That state officials: ';; WASHINGTON.: April 25. A program the Legion's war. It was America'swar 'picnics and appropriate exercises. '

,{ he.hal'already been offered a haudsom Bark to Scenes ef will correct$ the error if properly i for renovation of the White and America, must care for her i I The other schools: of the county; '
Their Service
,', profit_on his purchase. HAVANA April 25.Three. hun f* brought to their attention Is also{ be- j'I House this spring affords Mrs. Coolidge disabled heroes and her orphans will! close during the next month: .

J. ; dred West Florida hriners, membersof lieved.Mr. I i: her first real opportunity to "Is It not fair that orphans of war i Among the teachers who have at

?(Flaaito Fly At (the Tampa Temple) have arrivedto The SAINT twenty-seventh'PETERSBURG April 25.-of Wilkie will :be gone several ;''i dress the executive mansion up to her veterans should be given proper [ready begun their vacations ar. Miss

T : Initiate fifty candidates for the anniversary days. !: tastes. homes! No: American will deny this 'Anita Cox who left yesterday "'for[
.. Half Mast Monday the ]rat call for volunteers for the
Shrine tonight.Sans I But in our dally hurry through life her home In Alva, Miss Hi lea....AJtor4.I .
Spanish-American War In 1898-
: I fear we have permitted this question I who left today for Tallahassee, and
Fort'Myera will pay,,tribute to Confederate (April 23-and the anniversary of 'the. UNSHORN TRESSES, WIN HONORS to drop fro mour minds. :Miss Helen Burns who is earoBt*.toi y
formal declaration wa'r April' 26
veterans Monday, with the Stockings of L ;lon RrBienben :her home at CarroHon, Georgia
'L;display t of American flags IB the : -bne a more significant meaning "The American Legion has not. I Miss Aaaa Orr will leave tontorrew7
., <- -priaeipalbusiusss atreet.'of the ety 1:this year to thousands of Spanish "How many of ua reaUze that there I for her home la Kentucky and Miss

:.., Flags '_ should .be' at half-mast from war veterans, since this'-Xyear's national -' :;are today 33,000 orphans of veteran I Cecil Hamilton for her home In,Ill

e- 1:-'nine,'clock to, Boon, At the latter 1 encampment is to be beld in a I| end that 5.000 of this number are la inois. Mr. Turner will remain at
5; 5 5 .1:!//hour; they are to be raised to full 1f region where many of the 'volunteers) faeedt Boalta Springs and try his lack at .

}: toast and remain there until taken in were encamped and trained. Floridawas The Legion proposes just t his: real estate duma:-1M*:summer. .

1 i at-i:80o'clock.: Arrangements will I the theatre'of operations for eX- For disabled veterans-temporary Miss Konta; Mo1W.S'.surprised

; be made to ,have the siren blow at ae peditionary forces to Cuba In 1898 {rare-permanent cure; for orphans I her friends'by having qiletly become

f ,the above mentioned periods, the Let and veterans In September who of this year many s.8+ S{I. home for. every homeless orphan of Mrs. Brumback. After a honeymooB

.gloB' announced.today; "soldiered" on Florida a veteran. trip. Mr. and Mrs. Brumback wilt r.*
ti.. ,i iw soil will visit th eo d camp 'groundsfor of these proposals are sound. tara to Fort MJ'er'for- residence.

-,FREIGHT, : ,OX .CIGARS, REDUCED Spain the ended.first time since the ,war 'with it 11 have the utmost confidence IB 'the I I8Qth Arrangemeata are being made -for

rt I s j people of '1o.rldand this stale: will summer schools Cooatr sBpcrlBteB, :-
t '( jvTke-Amrlate. 1T* .) Some fifteen thousand veterans and ,
t 1 raise its quota and more. Everyonemust eat English announces: ,that Mkt-Kl.
; WA9WWJTON. April 25A'reduc- visitors are expected at the encampmeat I
help-everyone) must f'OD'rlbllt.. logg will have cia.... la the prlaarr
'tion' aeto, twelve and-onehalf of the United Spanish War Veterans
of -
tfrom
ws ;, The cause .Is right and caiaot: faiL lathe grades, sad Mra Milteev la .0. intermediate ,-
I i per"cent In freight rates on ).In Saint Petersburg this year 1tr name of God,Give. Give Give" grade '
; ;;xigara: when shipped la carload.lots: The entire state, and especiallythe; Y
: bas been" granted by the Interstate } Tampa Bay region will provide many >>
rti LOADOVS LATEST FAKHIOX : OTELOXDOS.
PRAISE T $ .
ftam ,
; commejeecommiuion. opportunities; for Veterans to recall -
I!6i .' f!r the stirring-was times of 1898. :
'. kd. '\\' Committees are active In Saint April 25.-Glasses with The Fort Myer Press 1* the

toi .'''H<> PAT. _PERSRiNG'TRiBCTE' ,', Petersburg and Tampa arranging for their heavy horn rims tinted to match recipient' of many compliments
the hat or gown of the well-dressed front Its reader throatkoot the
? : the entertainment! of the big encampment -
_
;: TOBK.April 25.:-General; T'k" woman tare appeared. London this '
Country oa Its Development B >
;: !:. JohB.iXi'pershlng' !> mma der'Jn- tblesfal1Y practically all of spring' *
( Uoa ( March list of
"
the heula'in Kay
fhief: ; or the American ExpedltlonryiFreaivWlll large this city will open) The' Honorable Lady Ward appeared "
for the.Decampment,. and l I of S these letter are written solely to
: be "th.object'ofaJi. a special
(
11p | recently -with a scarlet hat s id4catiet tell
the Press BOW
Ha visit
baa-day program Is being planned\ by muck:
1 iaiffsssive'national tribute!! ,
'fit ; .: hat and scarlet rimmed *
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appreciated
are n. majority Of
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Tampa 'for the entertainment of the ,
from'at appreclatlre public) at the ) to '
'pN,'tt veterans.CALHORMA. glasses ov/th. Tbe neat afternoonshe these word o| .ppreeleuo !roes
,
.. P'tUflff'J"' S tonight .ender the! wore a Lice dress and blue' rlm-
ti ii'r : reader com: totk, circatettatdepartmeat :
MSBflwa :err The American Legion. .
[med. glasses) ; -
S ; niongwtt sabscriplloa -
7i '"*ftrI ''feature of the probe / pr '
., Ir GETS.ROAD MEET renewals.A .
great ",,ffi* the presentation to '. 4 .3J ) TIlwEATHER Philadelphia write: 'Toe

|B. ..l-I|me.i hero' of a bronze -4By The.AtwUtrJ' Pnu) 3\ are to' be colI..at.UUd' apoa k..v-
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.' alsqB M himself tbe'otrerbac' of HOUSTON', April 25. Santa Mon ? .....-: ....." H'ghest lug a"neat .and 'a.wsy ".*** .<*
temperature
a Hae, b.giea.: Th, presentationbe lea Pat has' won the next'meeting of i 1" yesterday ...11 Froth Iowa I Is recetted the .....*.
slit :be made "by' former the f fY -;
-' > United ,States 'Good Roads and 3 4sT iHeWe just eeQ'o nltkiaj
N War' Newton; D. Ba"kwJaoae 1 JAweat lemperatare
; .the, Bankhead
associations.TiiNQ ,
: .,... direction Persh.M .Highway 1 last n'ght.fl: your alee paper. W. *'.ry"' '**v .

joo. .... ;the American cam- Ra inral" '24 hrs.'to reading U a.* .It M .1.! *.. tell

: .-? Ji'aoaAee. 'Mr.,Baker wilt ,GEORGE, HOME I a, m., las _tWu4. e f NMIec matter !.Wrth was**." .
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neee .... stn .
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Com ,Nreet oen' ))1. espr. tftllMl-of
he ... ..... by National r > ,
'tSara
..... die ,A. 'Drain, of eJ' .'B, Tae 'AiMrtateeLO.IDpX 1'rue Wind 'veL, tarllos. .:,.d many That tar are

___ legs are part of the, hot west e. April' '2+.-King, George ".'' Sky ..,.. _, Char *r th.* Pr* OB** :wMtYa.t. sylslg:
SYJ : aod Qoeen Mary'arrived here'today, Adolescent modernist way_,reier to the bobbed as ;3icTse :end buggy, but' -- tar they ar:
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Hotfeneood. actr si3,6y'Happescaa
; : of BassmeterIRorldai.l
witt nOA ,;t. makeup. : K
!T'Drate tfM"Lqlen.".tD;- ';. : to ceeawomenateg >leyi, I i Mm"''their Mediterranean ,Veyage.l >i when it csme to .aeJeetia :the most .I beautiful gw4 t la. San Diego's., 'high "IJI&sW sad ha4a.s. od_appaoad tuts "pisl..ia"ttirdinR

l tor f ; burtfe>diy w 'the l;:'woa' e-aL'. gentle) to 'moderate afl: 'pAs <
east
ti Add 'at'" tl e.-' Hippodrome., '. ,., boukvard.y ..''" '' f.dud wttt. -1* _-<' ,,:,_' i"' .* :SB.,wa ,selected iui: (.4WOpretty* GasKoraia gifts',,..,.;./-. ,gonibeaat.: -,- '., w 5 5 ..aaft' ',' ''_ : f. :"" : ;; !, '
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<, ; {. TEE-FORT tone* DtnyN: ; xepBt'Sunday' 'BEERS\at Oi. ftcm Bonding.. PRESS Jack'- '' GO TO CIIURQI TOMORROW : IN''A CZY'CORNERVITH A BOOKBy : With Land blinding where no sleet,north and wlnda snow know:blow; ,..;j I'j'j I r!l ";Yx>MIN5- -:'EVENTS !j jD

Street. Fort;Ityem. FlorhU. If there is other churches Fair land where all may TSentyShlhr.
no reason whyour dlb1..
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-,,r ,:TItE"Ft'RT'lYEnS PKESS, -Incorporated The'day'has been--set Side throoughoutthe Mrs (at t3:: A. fort Mvers cemetery. MI
f ;" CtOtliE'E._ __HOSde-It,, faMisher ,and General. M.nasEr.wr.Jv south as Memorial Day, While the services coiFEs't1/1' : ANASTlS. I Flc'lda veterans wo can attend are a** to
; under theuspices of the United VVhe do I loTOU mo.t. Sweet took Yea' Te are precious tb n. But- Tow Mrs. V G. Howard. so that
Daughters wb.-ra
: notify :
te-Setead I f k.wnecnbr
,: >law matt nratttr 'March U, Ull to fblt mine! Ere lamplight "Listen Lester"Big
, _: ?f r 1+oK ctttea M Fort siren FlortJai, I Haler the Act of March .. U.. Confederacy'will be held a tthe ,cemetery 'in the !!. In 1 elor'ons tareAusterely! morn. when oer tourearn 1"0 croons nle tha wldaperlg fete l.Wwpt I" mJ Comedy Hit cars may an to. rthem.. .

.heeded halt' weeklg .r+sp *,. Mi' 1SI4 and a afternoon, 'every one who has memories, every l>*nt to win i crest, loteForpfttlne little non I : American
j' ) a aafly o:March r"lZJ.i ?ne who loves the names of the South's heroes, how the dewy mt .0w.. ehlrerOr : And (' "" ,804, ant. t ttng e-ntly.. ,s. Members of th .--
i.. afternoon when hon.-.-ktn twineAbout ,;)IT roul? finds your s .5 w ireless ecstasy i j! There I* Doming: to tne Aird3r: dr-- Legion ,will assemble
MEMBER'OP TIIEASSOCIATED PRESS should be in his pew tomorrow and reverently my seat and to soma dreiryl i iI ; I eei year hearts thtuhbloa m deep and Tuesday the the Legi a nome at 3 f
: TT.*' Aa.otlaied'Pree* is'esclorirelr eluded to,&be Uas rot bow; his head in respect to those great men who Ibo Of old romance,'wlwre" lovers ever- I Awn fair? _r you beratihen round me tothe I( Theatre adaptation on Monday cf the famous)i"I. o'elocfc at to tars-part fn Con- -
, repuUtcatmi of all 'iraa'dCepat ti-b credited screen ,
to tt it not otherwise
I urged credited Ifl UJ **w pp I :. y s All IX*tights*tH. of republipdon'of tpeclai'6lspatcti.. hnd..I"; believed to be right-in 'prayer that their deeds 8igu-.' RICHVRI la GALLIENNK I The unusual cast Includes Harry Ilbey are requested i) wear. their Le-
. else' *' may not be forgotten and that their memoriesmay "co' '.< -_ :Myers Alee Franc*. Eva Novak,!t i: \ -
:- rcaerreaSrBsCHIPTI01f giot tapes ;
\ :; RATES be perpetuated. All loyal citizens of a unitedrountl' 'jABoia-Mfv ;''Andrew Carey are the central figures Luise Faienda. George O'Harm. Lee ;i. .

\:..' :la", ,Xe and*. H C Mlrr I1Iet'.Conntlei- CharlotU Ontrtd.lotto and,Lee, Collier Char )' should go to fhurch'tomoITO\v., THE rAnot.J-AX"'t-, by, Rafa.. Sabatini.!i 111 the story. and with the varied per- Moran'ad Dot Farley.There I j'non.lay.I II I TwentyseventliThe
-t.-. ., Oh. J.Sonth' f .19 One Month, Mendry Count" T*,11&I Houghton a+tnly <%....I."Y.| iotnn' ana 1:soialities: of; the two groups with was rnrety a play so BOCcessfnlly missionary elreles of the Meth-
: .Three 4onth I Tree )Month-______ :.w York like J2. j jI allied give ample opportunity Lester." I .
i they Listen x-lc
: 'Eis.dontlu _- ,g L7& T'C'j wWch are screened as cdfettJWreh will meet at 3:3o ..
t Or..'X ar'_ 'i. I.oa 81x On i Month Tear --- .-_L WHY SPEND'ULLIO FOR PIER NOW have- been -enn jooying a vacation,it II for the originality which pod to miss it means to miss a sple.ndid !j'i'as f rf ows:1st }IrsB.c.. Foxwortfcy.
Weekly during which wrote nothing but an i I marks Sabatinl's work. Naturally evening's entertainment. .1 f' street %nd. Mrs. L. W Engelhard -
The weekly 1 "Fort V yen er. Prtu Prera Six On Month Tear -.00--UI occasional address oa a picture post}I i ith;the beginning: of war with, such ___'_ ._ .I Monroe[. J3-bon street 3rd, Mrs! i
card. Th book that I '' between them, this pair of The
'. : .. only toot'a chasm Roger Do 'SUSTAJ1\'TNO' )EMBER, The Saint Petersburg Times frankly answers with me was THE CAROLINIAN byf I(lowers had anything but smooth sail- Alva Minstrels- Fowler street 5th. MM. Conrad
t the above question as follows: SabatinL I had determined to read I i ling Fowler street
i r: :, NATIONAL EDITOIW: One million dollars is a'very'large amount of this Jew book carefully and took : Sabatini does not hesitate to show Are Coming Soon i.Menge;i. .

t 't money even when it comes! to voting far it as the this means toward that end. It is al j:up the weaknesses of his -,- : The American LegIOn Ancillary
e'' '11)5 '1925. cost of anew pier for St. Petersburg. wonderful book The more carefully I'But so naturally Is It done Characters'l', 'oatu" bated her magic wand aDd will meet at the Legion home at 7:30
'; ;' f ASSOCWTION i it is read, the wonderful it ,' railed It Wonderland! I
The:design of that 'pier'must be an intricateone more are the protatatioas which : p. m. All members. requested: to be
and the materials proves to be. An acquaintance with Jealousy. wrath. and even falsehood!
.,.'' ,Xember 5U Bihern Aewspaper Pnlllshers't! Assorlatlca.! why should a plain unusually pier require expensive one,million otherwise -THE SEA-HAWK and SCARA-I I'and so truly does love forgive that The Birth of a Nation :'present

Member Florida Press Association. dollars? MOUCIlt does not prepare one for these exhibitions of human frailties Coming to Wiy tit Idly fcr t the side of the
"' ember'Florida Associated DaDJestfenber THfi CAROLINIAN which so far is only make them all seem more actu- rood and be a friend t. man t 1 few
"'Senth 'Florida Press 'Attoctttiea. Why should Saint Petersburg spend one, unquestionably the masterpiece of its 1 j I ally living human beings. Royal Airdome: Theatre I drlLtr In Wonderland and rest inlwaet'
I million dollars for a pier when there are so; many gifted and brilliant author. j Lyman P. Howell. American his- Next Week ( comfort ever more.

::1( Saturday, Afternoon, April 25, 1925 needful expenditures to be made for every day THE CAROLINIAN' is a historical I!''tcrian.I says: The CAROLINIAN 1 U -- ; tad--
:: necessities 1 novel with strong accent on both I)I easily the most carefully written --'-- The ;, The 1
BIBLE THOUGHT, FOR TODAY If the average citizen will take pencil and paper wads: As a history, it makes South i I I story about American history on rec- '

iA JUST, :AND 1UG'HT-A Cod of 'and figure out the interest charges on all of I Carolina's part in the American I,lord," Lewis MeKille.: la the London Alva Minstrels I Alva MinstrelsAre
.
: truthand without iniquity just and these many bond issues and then estimate the tax KevoluMcn: satnd out in bold relief Bookman writing of Sabat'nl says Soon Coming Soon
Are
;" .. right is! -Deuteronomy 32:4. rate,hcrwill be cautioned i ncasting his vote. I aid pictures the Charles Town ofl I{i I that he Is: "more realistic than Scott Coming
\" Someday the city will pier which I 1774 as neither paint,. pencil nor romnatic than Thackeray and -- -
more Condo
a ,
T11E tOUT SiI ERS; I'ULSS 1'LITFOBX require ,i Outbursts of Everett True :By
camera has ever yet pictured it And i touch of Dumas.
might that he has the sure
:{,. perhaps cost as much as one million dollars; (
as to those colonial lords and ladies j cannot !' more nor could I have
: But it does not seem good:: business to spend that I1 I say "(
;. A Balldlog and<<:Loan Association. they do not seem to hare been pic- i said that so we1LLITTLE SAY, 'tVc.R.e-T"r: : L HtAfZ You AND oUR
amount j jUst-at present in view of other and
A Water Softenhjg' Plant for Municipal: Water more tcred-r-cn seems to have been al- j i wlt=E I'iAD ANOTHER 1'FAt.LIN OUT. UHA1'

it Slate. ", ... imperative, needs. lowed to return to ,those days of a HLTI'. LIMSJILT1NO WASrH :. MATT R. WA IT ANOTHeeCAS .

'.Water Fhat .r Island Park and 'Municipal &pIUterl. century and a half ago. and to have ; VrrrLn LINES. by Carrie S. 0(">' -- .-

.... watched them-If not participated Thomas. fhrMopherruMUhlnE. .HouseI.UBIOU .
i Ttce $1 50.LITTLK
l
PREPAREDNESS MAY : MaaauchuMctt*
WIN
lived through
Hirer V'rtwt :Boalevnrd.trr wltli'them-as they ?< I
Bri!s.lo'Cft"t'tDtearla... those exciting time*. As a history It LILTING LINES Is the 1
seems to be the careful record of one allitterative title in gold on the cover -
1'eeper fairer Channel t* Provide Entrance frof been
We have who was-an interested eye-witness little volume which found
just reading two letters. of a
t'r ; 'un-a1, Golag Teakete.Coalpletloe open
Lee"C.untj'. 'System of Roads. J. II. Mever, of Tampa: sends,us a copy of an open (unquestionably a "reqelIn no way its way to my cosy corner this week.:
!letter which he has written to John H. in does it appear to be transcribed by Mrs. Thomas, however, does not call
Perry
'Tamlaml
tompIclloB of Trail ui Fort Myers- studied of
I one 'who has only read and her lilting lines poems. She says that
to
Palm liwith Hlgliway. reply an open letter which appeared on the
: first those! events. Yet Sabatini has never,she Is not a poet-she is Just a mother
auiliratien .f Ulgbwais Including: Plantla ot page of Mr. Perry's paper, the Jacksonville even visited America. But we venture -a mother so busily occupied

CeeaB Pain al..;g Tamlaml Trail Clear acrossfce.C Journal recently. a the assertion that he has spent I with her household duties and the
.
:_ ; BBty, and'Ce'stlaaing'.f' Royal Palms along The Journal letter was addressed to the moving more time in the study of this par- care of her children that she has
J McCre or Boalerard't.'P nta1U11 Raaaa.i : }picture industry, and its burden was, "Fl r.i ticular pbase Of American history Inner had time to think about a literary -
Bead to"East Coant. i a'wants you." It drew attention to what this I than 90 per cent of American citizens .' career

.,"""-', industry has done for California, and 'what California have spent on the entire subject He Bat as she went about her every
+ NEW,CENSUS COUNT NECESSARY has done to this industry, and set forth tht J'admits years of study-first with "day duties, she thought of many 2 I

natural essentials found here for the productioncf Harold Terry for material for a play things-she loved, she laughed shephilosophised -
: The'efforts"which the Chamber of Commerce pictures, and some that are not natural, includ written acme years ago based on the I -m rhyme. And her
have been.putting forth for a'correct'census enu ing,the untaxed and ,uncensored probabilities. It I American Revolution and later for LITTLE LILTING LINES have been

mcration in Fort Myers: and Lee County are war a strong appeal. j i this historical romance. Just as !i published. Here Is part faf her de- IF ANY[ .CD'( Asou ABotT
these ,
K worthy of 'note Their, findings :indicate almost' Mr. Meyer, who,is secretary of the Sun City I frankly as he acknowledges Sabatini (bornin |I Iscriptlon ot "Country Lanes:" ; ,Lt'HEM 1- SAID 'Tt1"" At30vTt
unbelievable! carelessness' on the:part of the offi. Holding Company:: sends out a characteristic re year of study does In Portugal) I "Take a stretch'ot shaded highway MINDSH t; COVN-t'R.' ARe:

.1 .'vial enumerator.:, Some business house seem tohave' ply. He.agrees with everything in the Journal's acknowledge Italy and that educated be owes his taUnts I I and Banks flowers of flaming here and surmac. there bushes; RioSE wHo MIND THClR OWN 't3VSINCSS '

been entirely overlooked., Whole residence letter, and offers Sun City, on the Uttte Manatee, with the English :
familiarity fineand
his I alt rare.
and .
section, seen not to have"been visited at alL Excepting midway between Tampa and Bradentown as a language to his English mother. I feathery Let the ferns trees have arching branches -
\ 1 for the fact that have personally talked "Location," He says the he '
we new city will be ready Using: fluently fcU languages j jI almost shutting out the blue
::. with the enumerator and l all,have had his by September; of this all laid his litrary workIn
assurance year out in the'most I chooses English fcr' j j Then you'll have a country drivej -
.- :'. that.ie tried to .do everything, the best approved: style, the nucleus of a film citywhiteway :-- which his achievements are j|way that was surely meant for two." i'it'
..of.his ability and'in accordance with the law, w e studios and all-guaranteed to meet the ap I m I I Here's a bit of philtsophical advice
*-would.feel'.justified! in saying that'the results of proval of the most fastidious director. Mr. Meyer : n'a novel THE CAROLINIAN Is ..Oh parents be careful, as well as

investigation as so fa? made indicate that in. emphasizes his invitation by'the; optimistic state-t a dramatic triumph Romance, adventure (most prayerful .
.
.. 'stead of 'a ,hofise to house and personal canvas ment that Sun City, all so splendidlv planned and intrigue and warfare are I I' When forward en life's path you
'having been persistently made, the names turned picturesquely located will be the center of Flor blended into what might be the great (Igo.
,in were" compiled in the'easiest possible way and ida's moving picture industry. I American Uterary,
'.\vith;the'teast'possible! physical exertion.,_ It'doe We've long been confident that'this industry anticipated weretts'4uthor an "mold life as seems best.

not.seem "th the more than 1500 shortage discovered would some time come to the West Coast and''i I lean colonial Let each child select his own row"
the loyal
"the Harry Latimer, I I There are twp Florida pages-One.I .
liy Chamber:of Commerce Canvass- since as Mr. Meyer says, "we'haven't Waited for l the '
: rebel by
classed a
i hero is as to be sung to the air of ArneI -
I la song
via in.ttwi; partfaloanvas cf the city by the Motion .Picture Industry to to
.
can any come Us-we Tory father of Myrtle Carey, his I rica, begins as follows: c'l;
e 'stretch a desire to be just to all concerned be are going to them-by providing the' most "np-- I youthful trance! Their loyalty and iOh. Florida so fair 1

{ designated, sale'few'who were'unavoidably} miss. to-date studios" and finest service to be found 1 love for each other pitted against the .;(Thou land of balmy air
anYWhere maybe Sun City Will be "it." : treason and vindictive hatred of Sir I I And sunlit.skies "3 stA St5VKs...o .-M-

And if.more than 1500 who have been missed ._....................,....L.d.dU. .
I I. '" iiiiiiiiiHimmniiiliHlltmiiuii'STATEMENT" ...... ,, ,
"tan be discovered by the Chamber Commerce -- .11..111.i/u/1111.i/11111iII' iIIIIfSIIi111111' ti11111IIlI,111/,111//1111NUUU11uNN/11111" '/1//IIIH/1111/1,1111111111111111111/11111111111//IIIIIIIIIII" ' ) 11'11'11'11111'1'111'1'11'1111111'11'' ' .-

I ,VunteePwerkers! a few hours desultory work ,
how much of a'shortage would a'complete re-can

{- '- .,b vas of the'city:and county reveal?

:A correct'census' enumeration f is vital in

maRy"Waysr .The entrance Into our city of Insurance p OF CONDITION OF = g s=

.companies! >with money.to. loan at a lower _
rate .of interest ,depends to a great-'extent upon

-our.. population- OUJ"representation'in; the legIs- .
,
lature,depends upon our .population. Our status

;among Florida'cities, and to 'some extent 'our

standing_' abroad,depends:on!our increased popu.l'1Iaben ., Lee ,County Bank! Title & Trust Company:

Press'earnestly:hopes: that recount; i In ,

Fore Myers and Lee County will be ordered bythe
'J; emmiwianer. : .of' -Agriculture.. ', .." ,


or AMERICAN'FOREST WEEK Called, for by ;State Comptroller as of April 18th J 925 = '


American'Forest: ::"Week 'April l&7' to -May 3. >.,.. ', f..i. >', : )i; ') ; .... .
hag, been ,set aside by Presidential Proclamationas :" : "

a time tcv bring,to the attention of the American :
eople f the facts concerning: the,vast unneces- -

sary:wastage of our.forests by fire, wasteful 'c- ;' ; ...i t. _
rnanHfeetUring'Operations-and; to keep RESOURCES '. '*
:IIABIIITIESLoans : :
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'America's forest land at'work growing tree crops. 1= ',' ; '.,. ',, J. :. ;' .. J ..' ': .
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"jSmerican;, Forest. Week is < _
.., an'outgrowth of 1 ,
Forest Protection Week :originated the"Pacifie' and Discounts ,, : :.$ 991,804.15 Capital Stock : Z: ,
on P" ... .. . . .$ 100,000.00
Coast six ')'eus ago. It quickly:;grew to .; .U, S. Bonds ., .'.A.. .... a.. '.,-> 13,650.00 Surplus .. .'
.. .. . ; ,
.
It, nationftl roiJ rltonsjarid m'1921:President Hard r.; : '. ., 50,000.00
Other} Bonds and S ecuntIcs.H *
ing issued' .? 210,632.63 .Reserved for Taxes =
a proclamationwhichplaced the Fedttal : ;" ar.a'w.. 1.223.61
<-Government general and the-Forest Ser Claims ...,. 1839.04 .. _
,: } "'t..t. (.-.M.: 'Und.lV1dedProqts.. t.
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:
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s'C ,, 10,626.
In particular/squarely<< behind the movement Furniture and Fixtures 7,000.00 :

.,', cfe) t.UaHling'issued'rroclamations.agaiJ1, in : ,:., Rediscounts ,,.:,'. . "' .. None'
.,' L and ;59< .** Last, resid *: Abstract Plant ., ..., ',000.00 BIlls Payable _
year : Coohdge issued p ? n : ., ,:. _.% _. % .. ; .;:; ., ;. .; : None -
a pitxfcmation. tf 1!) =: Real Estate v .; 43,000.00 DeposIts .
.t. grodAinAtienbroadens .l' . ,. ."area.-: .. : e' ;
.
; This'y ear the the -' sfa..t., 1863164':9:
:Sundry ,Bank 1 Collection.: . ... .. 1,542.84 l'" t .
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:'scope of th*anneal l campaign include all phases :..:. ,;" ': .: y f: ,..-::;.- ;" .
f. of 'Ame tefc3*.*M .t;problems,.changing the name Deposited withiState'Treasurer 25,158 68 -' -
"H" :i' .; ; <
ti f to America!*. Week.: The' President urges ; Cash and ,722,38742, ,', :; ,: :.
r ; Exchange. A .,. t >;. '' ,-"i: : \ >: 1 : :ff> !! a' t ., w.' _'
all cititens Either! in;aaeoeiation or as individual '. ,<,. : $ .

J 'to_take an'aetNe-pirrt'in'the: campalgn.JAll Goy ; : -.. -' .' ,; ;," ;' I' ; .. < ; ,.. ,,a :. :y{ 't?' >. '. .' : .
'er ors'\vi11 be urged to i issue supplemental procla < '
'' Total Resources {. ., .. .$2,025,014.76 I' Total t liabilities i : '
s'matioaespecially'jn reference to the, celebration. ? q 0." n. q 1 : h" '! ::'i i'r'r X.: $2,025,014.76: "-t

-of Arbor Day during the Week. :! (;' "i(: ;!' k<: : 'f;' : :'! "
--'A1erican'Forest'Week .is a 'nationil"aff, ir. > : '

,; It 8-not aa exclusive} party. for,any single organ: !.iS'
: EEt10npuiC,01 (private.. On the'contrary,. it,is y' i' !

."- 'actively participated: ,in by oganfeations:interest. >: : :
,.' : 6d in 'industry,-in outdoor life in 'game;and wildlife ,' -;\ .. .

.; ., in water resources ,'and in economics. and civic THIS :BANK OPENED FOR BUSINESS '''FEB. '2ND 1920 = --r : ':' y.::, : Y;
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,, The sale of Royal Typewriters in the United'.States -
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during the first three months of 1925. broke all-records
: One OF THE GREATEST fur a like period. -
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'. ........... < OF.ALL COMICS ABOUT __- 'Your
.. company now occupies a position in the industry .
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'1 fNc 'I' JL tTHOtrGir Harry Jlrrshfl('M.1N heft ever mashed potatoes '" r :-- HOME LIFE -- commanding the admiration and respect- all
f\ celebrated I
cartoonist rreat- Union juicyEL'gs ::
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'' or of "Abe Kabibble" and d ; = of those who have watched its remarkable growth.
.\: other well-known characters, has t Urea cmmVa: .
had enough successes to /latlstr 1-IolJIti'3 i.i-j.hcj potatoes with a WILL/ SOON APPEAR
IN f
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/: !anyone person he is shown here little tTt.! r.ilJ: :. ifeason BUgbtlr N .. The popularity of its product and its reputation as-' '
t> .essaying quite another field that'"with onfon ;::it.-r Sblpe; into.ball:* NEW '
BIG
q. or cookery. Mi*. Hershflcld OUR COLORED one of the leading manufacturers of ,
;:; << who'taan or oblong strips. Dip in beaten I : finely made instru- E'
expert:: rook Is initlatln him vse'amt: J in Andy ground brew \ments
r into the mysteries of preparing; crumb Fry until jrown in deep c. COMIC SECTION are now world wide.
"Potato ..Croquettes." and as may Crisco !eject: io Sti: F. or nil .
s- ,be seen. Mr. Herehfleld 'U making:a.cube o: bread dropped in brown tWILL *
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:,'k::r ''process.note of all th? fine points of the J I.In A---C"r C. :+.('(Jf'rrcJrn!,::;. ....,"fbiu frtr* ..". PA, MA AMD THE f K DS ; '. The fame of the Royal sales organization of which' '
7 JO i r.'d' tn id illy N. yoU'are an important part, as an up-to-date and
; This is their recipe for PotatoCroauAtiea pens <.? j ruo. .. success- '
''toe1MI-H"" 44J bty Fftt' dvr ALL AT THEM"" ;:
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LAUGH?
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". liuhy.. '., .. '-, I -. lul corps of men is not exceeded and rarely approached _

r-, ----- 'I j I" l WATClf FOR IT 'Ig > : ;;.for,aggressiveness and efficiency in any line. \ t. -_ '.

(LE.' iaah I i _. The factory has done its part well.,
1 Our procesa Is one that t is ,
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;;",{,:.. 'used fng clean eneceasu11y era Af the by country.thg lead-It : I= .. 'The officers of your company have been painstak- '

.: ton)has-eal'll.highest Pro1'ec1'.(] prleea service.It. worth are thru lowest rune E rT DAYS"IU"ul" "IU..u"'mlu"u''i. ing and tireless. '

"A Trial Wlll -ConTince" I Butta you, the men in the field-the salesmen? and =
2/: GAY$ LAUNDRY :- '. 'servicemen-the office staffs-go. our admiration and. .

.' I Clea ill::Phone and Dyeing It f ; i I IF t SPECIAL I IE- ,' '. 'appreciation for the success which is now yours and =
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--:-".,- I i iI i ii <';Apt; ,->; .:Ci: :; Sincerely yours; I

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I ::. ', I -it itf 5'a,1=- (Signed) Geo. Ed. Smith, -

: 10 ACRES -I- President. _
f t;::: Cooperation. that is Cordial j -' i ; : '}, '1'1'E

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',Lee County, Bank, Titlet g, 110 .Hendry Street Phone 242-2 rings., unknown I:.

Oc :'. ,' .. : one remembers just how long. Dingy, faded and'soiled, ;
and Trust Co. i.iilllillIUIIIIIIIIIIIIt1Ii1111UUIUIt11UUU1111311113UIIIIII! I !I i I UllltlIISllillllttl111111111111t i they seem to be edging away from their more brightly p ,

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: 43 acres, of rich black muck, lands d.cloth' s"s gaudy and bright as the latest vial,;of'r; .; j
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i; Sf S .: Suitable': for bananas, trucking, :They were sold to the'merchant''by si salesman, who l :
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7 : in Florida. their merits .and told his customers. But little by little ; '
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i;;.:, > ':, '- Mullet\ : under cultivation] -high, and dry--: I never heard of them. I

;( f ready immediate! development. When
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f' : .- ',. .'k' :. ',;.- V-, Clams' ; make, a wonderful t profit on his inr.vestmemV I merchants_ began to displaythese" l.lines i 'rnorepfpminentiy j
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'.,."' ".. provide you with sea foods! '.of'the I r Ask Jack Harris QrJ:: e'Sand.1:>erk.; I room.'Tomorrow! theyyill be gone. ; i+

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< ,&IItaW e1Atea-4a4 ado week sa""lTwIt Exceptional Buys t il :
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1 bur>-.I ht esy If cr::! rie4. can of HndMot and E c exi Buick four taming that looks file new. runs I
.:.- rae received ttlt "'t ek Vr tae!: rc tMini like new and equipped with baBoon tires. {; DwOers* Orders: Beay ia AH SeetteasJ .i" c_ ,1
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,- .. ,Cftr: Aato Palau Skqp.. can For sale at a real bargain.If I- ..... overwhelming pofndantr which is! Wit: cbawn foe tie viewlldtid i
plsdI'''are 3ookiag rood ( UM
; ''nest. or '' for second aad Special Sates ai al sections of the a' intIY, is die adeioe :: I
bapa'ifalahea Je b.Forty.!( : fgnrtr casoba* to addteg you are looking e a hand car :
':J en. Be II aUodoiar mme ramttnrcU a ffftt. may_ cactomers: to eu yonH save money by seeing i aE'gd....rue: President of the Company
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..< :. : .. ><. vbem asked bow the itev motor tad J. S. STRICKLAND XMMK where the new models are OB exb&zt are crowded ..LuanlmiHf toxceac 5
am.i'' .-us pm&:. -lveaiaBe eapaon s with aUerestov spectators. Has y orders, a*' :: .
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if Oa aaotber page ia the Fr'eu tea Overland Sales Company 9dO per cent over last month to meet.t'*. raprfy raereaas? = f'
I day X S. StrkUaad. the-Overland ...... De factory forces: have been ealarced an* tlse "Ift khfg time ::
\ WethBovlWasliingr Btlrt c.,a+jtbeir shop b ejaipixidt He's always. got good bargains for sale: or adrirk ks tbeeed. To the paesiac observer the p W is a npiar bne.fatlttivity ::
--- taalu TirB aroDcr anything fry trade. daring *hours of the day and night. ;; _
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jadcjxc tram the TirSotre of tutor have, of late =
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can sera around U place 1M i jt jHUWUWUWUUWUUWIIUUflflUUW11UflI i >....capiBg to tits factory" to takeaway large 4Ii.: .***..- 0Be of-rem :_:
week one wovld easijy bet era It. = _
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t .";:, .'I'. -- Jriie S4 SperiatMld Standard Six JIodr for deli|JIW at retail' in tie E
t.i} ... .. ,I' ': city of Gaud Bapids *njy. Sot a day goes by bMCtm to fifteea dnreaways -- =
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r.-A.J: ',_ ...,. MTBT wet: bogs: pro- :__ > LACQUER FINISHES .e e ial Six ene is creataar addits saks for the aaoipiny. the Specal -_
./J BAaaettd hapeteM and duutgc: of e>>- Six -vfaeh has acfew ed aasy aotabie reeonfe OB the. track aM an the =
of --l. -,, >lUte XaQed to help are nor *1I.t1reJ7 ------ ; famous test cbasAe in the west; has not fallen off at fcq Jpirin: r the least, _
free from tint dreaded disease tlnceadag : .1oiimatdy CO per!! net of the total prodaetM: : of Clevefead SxAppnKoaate : ::
':}-;_ < : HOOTERS IMPHOVEDASTHMA j FURNITURE REFINISHING A .i 1= r tgo per neat of the total production' of <3e daad rats. : i5- ==
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fK j "" ft Ue.IT act abanlmfty jjfltAefl filth re.Ala : Ome Shot" T/nhnraTMin: as standard eqiuiKQeat., F our lee: ares ==
i y e.,e1g cu.iij attn taking Wf the coateniB : ". tK ai at slight addztaooal east. \ r
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... i era' prices.SoU j PALM\ CITY AUTO PAINT SHOP I 11AntomobOe :; J. B. MAC _1

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< ....IiF...u-1iIIIaC._d ka.d.oasis,. OB the jmarket and see how they "stack: up." then
+ I' a.oa .. Ie.y III-..&. come "round and let us* show yon" some of the best at the Same Low Price

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l.rf. Bokk touring less than
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.: = tls,..::n eau 4000 miles ,...............y... $550 No need several ..
to cents extra gallon for
rot ... 'W11IIk pay a any gasoline
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,"'." ..ar.. lolly.bw 3990 miles .,j5.......,.,....mot.: $!50 now-because you can get }'IOTOPOWER-The Gasoline .
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,.1.r Nash sedan Fx..t.y..e. .|600 *- I same price as ordinary gas. Thou

.... ........... :;; Ford sedan in good mechanicalshape sands who have been paying a premium for "high test" and

,,yay.....y..y.' .......-$275 1 1J other"special"gasoline,have now turned toMOTOPOWER.

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: Overland touring .,.,........,..._.., $ (99) per gallon, theyare
BUKX r I getting more power, greater mileage gallon and have
.T. r' Hanson touring, motor.in good per
k a, \ 1 shape ,*.......A.!..'!...,.'AA.. $125 reduced their repair bills to a Trtintrrmrn These results come

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your used car needs. You can get details front ":':

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comes to jewelry. her roller skates or Type AA de luxe private flying machine repaired """Y'
, No doubt your "Sally" is for we have first class mechanics who; are thoroughly trained and capa- instead of the Alley for she wP} b ilr()i J
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as turning out satisfactory work on whatever job it may be. ,
: articular as the moving picture Sal Perhaps a spring bolt may need replacing or a complicated motor wearing fashionable clothes like the
_ ly about the jewelry she wears. Make overhauled-whatever it is you may feel perfectly safe to leave the work .
L sure you have with us for with the trained help and up to the minute equipment we ,It.::. ... .l
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3- : have just as pretty things she's accustomed to. : '.. > '.'"
you'll: fall into the habit of buying at Swann's. :
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q,2; above in a special. llot we-are closing out at the low
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,'. SalIy-it's a magic name! Bobbie whenever. she got bong!'?.., L.J"r''-..-<. .. ., i is
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j 4 they turn any "S'ally"] green with sparkling;; scintillating musical ing cold and hot drtaks along ,Hrith other good things-to' '' ;
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..y 'more-for your frocks when you acn get them
;; S this ? You'll surely want to look f' You'll enjoy our cafeteria lunches Just, as. much as : .
i. here: at price But. now-when you see your F1ttST "SALLYor anybody else would. Drop In and try them !i"t::
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That Sally..would choose the Cleveland Six as'her private car if she*.;,. ::: Yr :;:i '. ,: i. Ye ._ .
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I 'I'i S "" v," ._.A A 4Y atVtAiQWi se4. lb.S. .I Bargains in Suburban Homes
+b\1t 3'A.7e.le1Lhsei9h V ...4"" ,, ... ... .&iiekt let *ses at-,I '
:"] sigh 1tY.t3 ;to ta\ .. v.uatatNtW1 Wt the yYIAl > J. T. :NOWL1NG 5 Roomed Furnished House. Garage chicken house out
.': ie"t 1s."K t $l ivy, A" .W( tltn tMe.aet, 0.-.1 coatrac or for th* eo_ :: house, fruit trees, fine shrubbery-large grounds-only
I atwctlea Had repairing: ot frame ;! miles from Fort ilyers on Lee County Boulevard. Low ::
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a.L.. IPark has .a, 'eighty t"t L:545:: ; 11:. .. Enjoy the delightfully
..* Tarat parted !a the center : ; j JI get a good night's rest all day in Tampa or St.
nhk Btjal Pains mckla torn Mo I NeCESSITIES Petersburg for business or pleasure, back the
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Almost a vacation yet only one day away

e ))B. 'XT. IL GRACE .::i acres on McGregor Boulevard, from you{ business.

PhrtleUn and Surgeon low pike for quick action. >
I Office 15-1 Earnhardt Bldf. Steamer "ROYAL PALM" sailings:
BOOM 147 Woodford AT*.. : cures just off McGregor Bou- I* there any auto necessity !

;;,- .Telephone 6S-Offlc KOUM* I 3 rings rings lettalyd, boy this and double your; you might need If t3 I Iso I Monday Wednesday Friday
drive by this store. I I
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..o : Falm'Lee Park fca* bard-iarfared you wantEverything
Street the feet cement sidewalks, 20 acres on Lee County Boule-

electric lights, and eater'/B.t.lD-UCoi eteryhomettU I 1 vard,very:few like this for sale: ; for the Car" I Fort Myers Steamship Co.

'A ufo Supply
a 340 acres on two main highways,

: Ur. Geo. MasganaVETERINARIAN $50.00 per acre let us show this to Store ''
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a, French and American Graduate. you. n+B" 407 :!I! i -- -
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Furnished Ten .earII' ego\ James H. Rand! Sr. c -; PRESS ADVERTISEMENTS TS PAY
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A. L White WAtTRICB! ATREK8 '.i* father a few new business id.Uand ..,...;. \ -I
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LKB COUNTT'BNOINBEIUNO' ''CO. '> into a powerful buUi..s..tow ..' _. ''I'' ,, '... .
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,The Century Plant.' 200,000 Acres $1.50 Per acre Levy County Ii
; l'ala.U. Park' ku eight hundred The report that a century plant 85.000 Acres $5.50 Per acre on St. Andrews bay 12 i
aattfid hemeiltes. blooms wily' once In a hundred years miles gulf front.Washington and Bay counties. !

e JHFIRIFIEHNuilliuIHILIIHU11UIIIIIIIIIGp, .!! soma\I probably of its due admirers to the, in Impatience some! pant ot 400000 Acres $4.50"per acre. Walton and Washington \ !I I' Do You Know The Ballard Road is TQ Be The Connecting '
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{ With ri it of blooms South America once in eight where years It grows but when wild 12,000 acres 6 miles from Fort Ogden 6 miles paved Link Between The Palm Beach Blvd and The Ta- I!

y : l- k"1 U has been transplanted l Into :reen- roads dixie highway price $22.50 per acre 1-4 cash bal. r I

: [ J, G: McDonald, I houses vnOer artificial conditions lUWe I lance 1, 2 and 3 years. I. i''! miami Trail For Through Traffic? ...:., .
i i ip = blooming: < Is. matt prolonsed.' 13,000 acres joins the above tract also on the dixie : .
.General- BletleyeriH ; highway nice land price $17.50 Per acre 1-3 cash 1, 2 and II I IIIII

&.-* $ ;-; -. Caitnctor;andy .S WANTED: CLEAN COTTON 3,years 6 per cent. Ii: : DO YOU REALIZE? T "
>-** jr Ji-t y ..:r" ; RAGS AT ONCE.. PRESS OF. 8,500 acres, C, II. N. R. R. runs through this tract '
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: Brick, and ,TU'a .'}Bangalodi :: FICE. town site of 485 lots included town of Limestone. Price ., What r .
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: ': ><> 39 22 two section $18.50 Per acre II '
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:iU:fT-govt { eighty acre citrus gnu turned<< Into '
F xytrs' ;; beautiful faomesltes. 2-10-tfe. Township 38-39 range 27 42,000 acres 5 sections out
,9 >n Hiii iniiniiiiiuimmHHiniiiHHu'i- on hard road price $15.00 per acre 1-3 cash. Balance 1, 2

i t+ ; \1 "ala.Lee'ark Jw 31readyinterest. 3, and 4,years 6 per cent, BELLE VUE

: : z e4 tier, .... fcnaire Fert' Myen :AGNER &. BARNESReal
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I Fire Insurance and Rentals e itBonlta Under Central Hotel-Phone 47'J.
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'.-t+: .'.p: ...4\ et an_ Wads.. anfl.BEPAIBISO(IwaiHlin uas. I might lurnlUML. maaofactor--lawnmowers ,- ..Springs, Ha' t- (II IIIi Ii l Lots will be worth when this road is hard surfaced, '

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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING < ''J ." SALLY < r ast tog fame, at la ;;.: Cenp4nIoS&Mp.Q : 1014 IRK CO4-STY.: : FLORIDA.Vtnr .

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: ,type Jike ,this 2 cents a Wgrd for each day. Rat: <*. finally Tarn m. Ffci.. snrtliff y'-ir.r >> ; .-v M-n Kx >frn.njt tA James o na.e. lUC: tm-a: y. I ,
; 8-pt type like IhJ*, S e fn"t a word for 4 : : : a corjwratjunIIX ._
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.type like this, 4 cents a word for each day. $t hie*t .at the Convent. ol tae Hoiy I II I : .-

"-. 10-pt type like this, 5 cents a word for each day. I 1\";. : Vat a riT-fcy-aiirM 4eve1ePSKDt THE XA1HBOF THE STATE OP .
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UNUIUlI 1-TI "h.'ir tatercst NSS4M! 82 ben vale* are ,
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tIoD. 1 1neertei for w. than icent r. firfl 141Jer. ..Jt.'tprgsctaa. The movies ch1edtluti08a. ; undp hot when hI l rei.t 1pets] !corporattoti orgialwil awl existteg vnderttiie _
p Uiw. of tha Ma B M norJOa tile de- ;
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*,. cent per 'Woru 10 addition T(1ered to l the run 00 aitertot days Will be eharcw t-_ .I 'Wa1f ed.dt .'F met m.Mr 10. gsseJwd. Wenrr1Iip4Wkrantire r #to the Ma of
pet' word o.er reuiar rate OD Ii; pot. type. 1 *iI at last tie time arrived for. i u'Dl iot to III u. .. ot
.zea.TERMS 4M liar be**! tilt t h9M i WUIIg lose to have their i i I- _____ !I caanty ot LM. State 08 FlorMaw at Uwtouse '4 ecntthnt
.' 'Notlce-No c.uJdt.. advance "b ,Ooiltm! 'Moore is starred: Ioo" hrrrby given thai a Mill wilt j i > in the = ed Fort Myers. -
Card 'or Thanuor she fntradMced .tt the next aeotten ot UM'- Florida. OB the 4th of 3lsy.' A. DWii. -. g
*. JtflO. "Resolution.inaerted for lew U>aa SB 9aH *3iHr Ftt Katloaal. and *a|! taviejatse- iJtcoo"pt'.rat" the town .1'',, cud defend) aM Matt: awt fettrabi ,, .
) For Four wD' rot.ctIn, bring adtJ8Ing la eleryonsbeews wBo ha 'seen or rea: lasi Von 3tyara under a cgpoeial cnar- ,.,. ;>.! not wider the yaaajfy preecre d by .
.; rIs paper I. .04 'ltpOn8lw. for mlMaku corresjy typ.owr.tte '' \** ;: !U.v; in which Aid s-st lAere is t Voli Jtnv : .
::advert 1eots teJerilioflt-d ... cC this BOted Yii&telA stage success,e (Sitnae 4ftRnn !: foitowing described yivperty attoated. :"",.. .-
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i: FOR SALE i i 0 le>cB **, l Qafr; rj'itij'Oscar'!'! t1r-ut .r t'e Stale of F1SCI4.1i :I .f Sei: en 20; Wot half OV.) of '.':' !! ''
L FOIt SALEtwor work mul"-w.u'--Ii :a notorious ftpsiaafenowa 4aaleusr. -. :. : its frsts.ti 24. and Norlbea Qv.ter :-
,I Personal ::: ;: = ,0.-- :: (Nl; of St--t.fH 37 all i in rOwe.h41 ; .
Mention cl? U. M. HeUrosn. 4-i-uv:: : Ii : .e as 3cibkeratier pan -re- ) ,. 4-1 South llange 32 East. .

} "- )'t SALE!;Lumber and material in .-cc'- :iL : : ecr C:: ,(Quiets tUal MI perform a )!('-!' Mary .r.ltteDrfeoiaan' *"' t. I S j'! And in which Aid avit the DaD&t.' .: ,
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To :,t .. ... ;;- :d chimed by the aid dcfeatfaut in '-'If',_
and Bar Streeta to be !rltrut >HkWore unhisuwo:
; taken down and The Uev. Paul K, ht ;iml lo the above described real ., .. '
moved at Krnst rector o Ii iigtaitliobp1c5 i I. iHrruytue to'Seen (hat estate -_
once. Apply O. M. JK-itmax.' ; e.t'pear.to .
4-a-tfc. 'j I the Episrspal churcb at ArcSMHs.Hipoiii %%: ; : [ A few ftys' _QtKs f ( ItJI"t of : u.'t b.}uu!; uT Iti:; ties if.TuptaJntuj suit as nyl.-d*or lherthO above:;-cr.-cd u&VU r.ut.> ;:ned and aa(red -r that Ue- .. ;-ii.,:-;:)t:-'' -.

Vriday with Kev. F.j her jOfidOted talenta. -, any loud cast upon the title of the
VOn SALE-New Fort Coup WusT Sijl : and Mrs. "hi-uahiag uv'T of un U'" lat thy of May A. l'_ 1925 and. '''
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by Monday S a. m. braving town. j A. Short-* the recAnry.Mta. f. aut. inn .taco tkat Colleen tiv Fort Myers JTtr la heroby den031..4 -- any realms thereto to Ux- estate of said by ,- :
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Ituyal 1-aJm, Ave. 4-2l-ti.| I IKOIt [ "tar : a-i th> newspaper ta wiuck t.&! lit.f. :Msore sia vd : th r&lfif&iirva ot. o may aad .rei "
HALE Dining I : rtItIr. .rtum,:" t-..jiuUish.... a week fel tIP& .. = i; that the .,om.Isait ty be .. ::
room f urn I Irc-c.08 li1I1v4 2. E3geta4010d eMit i. tu I iw toe owner in fee simple -'J1.I'
move kilchrn tabl* etc.. Call &Th : -( R. Smart of AaberHte, : W1' my ii: ixl aDd f&l er oft ice ,
epIf < l i-t.till. J I hud!
L : : I tirt1rit.iery oa tio Dig stWa ist ( to the real estate J'Ie't,. ,
: Tournament street. 4<<- t1" .1 1! to Pert ; ? ope MAtt' ."r. le Alycra to .
spout! the winter .
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I f $ this their *UtU Coll*** of ens this_ Fc-ttrnary 27. .1l>_ IMS.et :| i-liaj-grJ ut :UM! .rum say claim ua.tii or .. ; 1
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an4! likes iio! sheias, Si..u *: >
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city so tfeat -
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tl oa> 'Ja that .ir- 'HfL-r. therein or th reto, by or on the ,
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g* eye awl ..
; ron: SALK-J nfii lots on rormnr ISO by J lrf P GAItNKIfc i itirt of the ..ai.t l defendaat that salt \
i, >usu) a lot in V"Ifa l t T ttee and 'I >
14* In East Fort Myeru JL'.IHHI.. 2 iik, Ii} 1 i--- /y r ring emOtionsUiaro? ,::1: Ie Ciicult 4'6541 rf Iff Uvfeouunt may be decreed to maSs :? .: .1
lota S* by Hit each- $" IUM Fort My..ra. [ will build and MAke this her hiie- "'No 'need for a': .1Iia here.** eic- t'oai.ly. State of Mrxla- I rttftf and driver to said ''OtTIpl""J
1 .Ice lot r. by *&. J750 cash F.as'UI.t ,!: SlIt says 'siN likes tbe City of Palme f-M ; S-7-1 M-S8: 4-4-il-is-at. ; 9n-d .r cunveyarce oxney tog to the :.. <; "--. \ .
My rL Lot *i by suroom liAune I i eta1JDed JMre. tar GMea. "That I [oomptaJnaBt. ltd sucpnniinti or a. aicaa all i
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> .___1.': -ash )WU.nce terma, Kant Kort J| better: 't ban 'tttw! landv the sky."- < t bate* will staad ap with any I've j There 1. a Saata ('1:11'" and r\ery right title emI bUereat held or claimed "'i ..' ''j
My MTU. by saM la sad to the above "
-- I > .1 wilf be ( tu-Ktgta .-
; *' I at VVnadeTiiMKi.hhe !
SIMM* Vista ItcOregor .J1oulevardI I eye r aoeiv -Mcribrd and I tn whlcb said -}i
4 nIce Iota-J corner* JJ.win-vasn. I\ .tf' I AaH such tte beUef 444T77 dil pment ttliere nature did suit: the cbmpbinaBt prays for general 4
t nice lot*-1 forrwr $1.ss-coh. I OItLAiWQ.-Tbe rhaniber of eos- 'L: wa I her b4... reSet .j. .
l.nife lot SZ14 x 1M faring lioulevarilLoiotormit mores of Orange county will continue : person who witness itWhen j U to further ORDERBft that thl* arder .' : :-J
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---- or puWica hx be poMtebed once a week
C nice tots X corner $..0011 &. to handle tie puhliHiy' and promo- I:-SaJly" flashes Npo* ,the sera it!jf he Birth of Nation I (or -period l,f fow Weeks ia Tn* Fort "'-kf' 1
4 room house garage close la $! 1 ion work for thf ccraijunder: theroviiion '. tf5Iera$ Moor. i wm rerca) avother Wt of wrsaftHtty a 1 Myerx l'r_,: a newspaper publiabed. la t ..; '" !
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% caah.J : SaJt.iCOLLEEN i I j ix-e fUtmly. Florida
room house, saraee' close in-|!..Q06rash. of a hill v.hi'u: ; baa loit ., on .the part, of Colteae Moore! Coming tot I I ONK and ORDERED rt Fort Myers. ,::"--g -:f.i'
the that perhaps even bee maN, loyal I }'& this Aprd =A. 11. ISSi. -.. 1
4 room' houfie lot CO z 240 Cleveland Ave- passed general assembly allowIng j followers t Royal Airdome Theatre,t ties W. WHTPKHURST, ,' ..'3P3s.o
sue U.&_Vi cash the county to levy a nine mill : MOORE ACHIEVES I never* 65-PSCtIO. i at the (lirc-eit 4..urt ot i 's'
I room hou 4 lot 5* x 140 $.$ -Jl.OOO tax for publicity! work state- The picture will be shown at 'tto Next Week Lee County. Florida. -_ ,
says a
cash. : 'T.\TE OF FLORIDa. )
Broadwa423ROft mj-nt issued' Karl Arcade Theatre sat Moaday aad I t.1'COUNTY
COmUQAN on % Lebmaa secra- : PKJTAJL yisuTO ACE j .
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tary o/ the orgtalwtian. Three years : TwIudaf. | The I I mu1IY 0. :1Inn'11i'Y that the fort- :,,!'J' .

.SALB-AoreajLarKe or email ago ''the eouijiy voted fat ach, a bftt ; r'l"t'i'n : ;: ; 2 1 !I K..III 3s a true aauorr t a of I o...s;",

,, 'in'trafta.KUlKllviHioa' Tamlaml tr.""Trail Easy frontatc terra-. ,
riiran on Broadway ? .-- a-. a bilf allowing the i wby for two years. of Port HUron. Mick* where she was. it-i. rure" .,, ;..:_ _.. '*caluO 't. i I Are Coming Soon I.0 said Court aad on SIS la DOT offic. i: ,'-'" -..'

According tq Mr. Lehman the new I born> ('olleen Moore felt the urge. talance. 4in.pu3------: : : : : ya ------ i..wjbaa aad official seal t : : ,

FOR SALE bill makes *ba publicity tax a permanent I. tb.tt tniiyeltej. 'hd, :. tiMs pee1.4e1& .I this 3 day .f 1II1J. A. IA. 1- ;- r

19 acre river front bearing fruit lety. The money wilf be I hoar 'wfore' ate knew tftere .tfae ; tUdaca. for I J. F. GAR.Nen2. (r' ,<'
trees prlc $,(100 U cash. liIat ; tr as Clerk of Clrortt Court. Lea {,
*, area river front J 1,500-terms. expened by the, chamber of commerce >a$h. a thing as a motion ticiitrc r! ."1IS ', }. : I II.! CHURCH NOTICES I .'. Florida. I ..

iSS.AVO.7 acre Thin river will front cut and lit MoulvvanI nice lots front front under the budget system recommended -I abe wab-"fJJuiiiar wilii thf?; stains 'of f !: B* ?_*K rn' |wdietto i*, -o*.-tbat |I ..I1-ll1-26-5-1 .

; McUreffor Boulsva- and Liver. by the Board of County Commissioner good music and tier iiiUc( feet wotUJ.Jiart,, fary went, awr,. Coltcai; I Perfection of a process for vulcanization ,
4} acrea fronting UKh eWes of McGregor ----'--- It
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Boulevard $tI(> per are term ? _. .1 I V7bi t ST. LUKE'S BWSCOl'AL CHUKCUWa MUST; fiintm OF tHIST,5(3-( of rubber under water instead .
40 acres -McGregor. Boulevard $TaO per ; CROSS ? ) PUZZLE lfrd .,t at the Corner of I EMISTXcl&Teger of tinder sream, baa been discovered )

acre.M( acres McGregor Boulevard *lee per The Birth of a Nation II Second Street : defard and Henley by L. A. Lauracn of Eau Claire Wisconsin. I: :, : .
If you have a half holiday today y '; r .1 i .Ul o; t it in trying to ,-
acr'CORRIGAN Broadway 4-M-ltc Coming toltoyaLMrdome solve this There ft-v 1 Blessed is the memory of those t Place .-,.
on puzzle. are a :MiwKHe. ,:3t- '
-- '* who base i'-i; themselves unspotted a. m. Saaday ScfeooL

FOR SALE- Motor boat-18 feet round [ Theatre 1 from daft world; yet more blessed and 11:00: a, ra. Sunday aervlce. HENSON 6 l'

bottom. 4 cycle engine.la good nhape. : Next Week I lacr? dear the memory of thos* hobnvc I April 28..--Probation After Death."
Guaranteed title. Price' 1100.00' Grover '
0j Hackney par Eykea and Hill 4-JJ-OJp. .- ; ':. kepi themselves unspotted In Wednesday evening testimonial ACCOUNTING

FOR SALE-Two boube*nk-Hy furnish ,MVhere 'd.J'e mM tome true-scldrD, -9 the w ld. The Church helps you 80do I'meeting 8:00. SERVICEBen

C ed. 234 Victoria SL. Set'-pa.r|.I. with- acres an ail ins the cares*.of the plow ihla-' self-sarau thing. Attend Reading Ram ia church building

*tn. -4-2I- tp. and 'the beautiful green cf gropIng church when and while you haft the!open daily: p.x"rt S-jadaya: and holidays. Z. Holmes, Mgr. -

FOR SALE-Used Cadallao car or trade crups. Wandtrland name to cvu- nppcrtuEtty. Saint Luke's invites t ti : tn>n 2:0-: to 5:00: p. m. The Audits i-
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for lot. At C. William Pythian'.-:Bldg.. Jure uttb! I I I i you to be present Sunday at the following 'pafclic is coriltelly invited to attend Financial and 'cost, system income ;

1w F f services: Sunday ?cfcnoi and the services and visit the reading tax service 307 Pythian *. .

EDIt Lee SALB Street.-Valuable Well business Iocat.'t'MnS proptton : The Birth of a Nation. I Hi.story clasi, 9s a. ax lIionbc1,,... .. ,.Bd.tr- -+ -
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very aaonalle. Hood Kpecuia-tlon. Bov Prayer a 'Sermoa, 41 *. .
11* tare Preiw Office. -2i-titp.. I Coming to I VIBST XETIIOIUST EPISCOPAL
Ring Prayer aa4 Sensor -ZS
I 30 34 ,, t. < ('fIll'I1
i FOR SALJ-i-Aiiartrwnt bouKe. Rent Theatre 1.- F. A. SHORE. Rector m..1
Royal.A rdome :
par 12 per cent on investment Enhancing Corner flf S f'O.d' Street and Inder-

tion. Answer in value.Box 11 IteM}.', r..e residential rre '""*wet >c4U t i .NE7'tty\ e : l i j : : : ; i son AtcnueSrfaday CongregationalServices
t. 4-23-ftp.. -q Ff.ESm""i'ill.n"RCIt" school at 10:4M a. m., Mrs.

The Career liojal Palm Are. and Second X it. Snow Superintendent.M .

FOR RENT Street r rBing worship and sermon at -

Alva.Minstrels i l lot a. ia., and evening worship and atArcade ':, tt' -- 5----- .
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FOR !' -furnished l artmeftt. 281 Are Coming Soon -T---- Sunday school at 9:45 A, M. sermon at 7:34 pm- Mid-week ev- ;;.

Fowler eli-eet. .-H-t .c SIloLzo.ttL Young People's society of Cfiris- ;ice Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. Theater f :: '
tIn endeavor at 6:46: p: m. i A corcttal welcome awaits yon at "
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IUJU3.lS COR 1CU.NU-.u. rat. A1 REPORT of TilE rosnnios OF -e.rJ' worship aDd sermon at :all aervicos. 7:45Sunday '
1 ,ply it; Second *treet.FOU .23-ltc' f :
The Bank of Fort Myers and .
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U a. m. : E. IL SNOW. Minister. r.
RENT-PurulsheU room. In private '
$ family. for one or two jjKiitiemcn. Also Trust CompanyAt Evening worship and sermon at (Member West Ohio Conference) Evening 'FT'1t--: <
J 23O Kvan. Avenpe423Ztp Fort Mf era. In the State of Florida at I / -
garage epace. .
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7,30 p. m. ; .
tbe clone of business April 1$t1t. 1S25 S."f : ,?:
: FOB nF. Furnished cottage for t or RKSOIJUCKSloan At the noorniag hoar the pastor COAGKEGATIOXAL : <,y" ,
on r.t-al Astute -1 Ii0.291.9( -.i .
S month at $21 Five rooms. mod **
cm. 728 Anderson Avenue. 4-25'tic 1A"IJ on Collateral Security will speak oa the sal. Th rrvlcrs 5 at Arcade Theatre "The :Church for-' ::. ,+
,: tnlx-r than PeSt l State .. 242.WS.47 Rights of the Children. "The Church for Today" is the subject \. -' ";
AU alter Lou: and DteiwinU T2i: Sl :'-
Overdraft* _. ... JS?..51ITntted At 7:30 p. m. there will be a Mass ) of the sermon at the Congrega- Today" :,;< ,
f WANTED i'-&i.s 85,001.40tiste. eeting in the Interests of the children ltona.1 service at the Arcade Theatre a '
County ami Muukipal : ;>. :
Rondo 3t.9, ," of Fort Myers and Lee county. Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Mrs. By .
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ItHAL ESTATE WANTCIJ-Small farm ,_ ,_ .
n Hn u. u. Harris i4
This meeting will be addressed by W. Ciawson soloist, will sing -
1. -or water front agc.tlve; lowest Fiit ll"ret.U,8: : : IIlOll .
price and full l"'rtinJlar".llalTT twiC.l.ildaiac flue from liH-royoratwl!, Canka l.69I.SW.5i 11. ::( (1 1':1IlIlli, Judge N. U.; Stout J. Colon BagHsh "Arise. Shine, They Light Has Come" Rev. 0. T Anderson
: (iolel. New YorkVANTKU % -
-' ?ty.1.4tp., <:ash item --4.--. -_. -. wtguuCasl 1..onu. 62. Toward the woirtli. and Miss Barre Prk-hett. OlacDermiJ). The time of the service ,
C. asTnr/
on Hand '
i. \Open dislaratkate.2a Ut Fuas-ss ,jJisease of rye. iudg Stoat, will speak on "The is changed from 7:30 to 7:45 aDd Solo! : :. :
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\ t5NT-SmaI22Im1.e.4aI
The Bus Cash TO Stqrc.OJttP., '. Total -. -'s.UAUII4T1ES.:.: -- *2.4.fflr3.BS .- Conarfuont of turpentine 11.1 ft:;;. Victuals.Sti. Children and the Juvenile Court** and the entire eervlce will be within the Mrs. W. Harris }

Capital Srtiki ia -\ |t ft .TOft-S2 ;itn tut2U.arlshes. Jamb pUycd with eanfc, eaeh will call attention to specific cases as limits of an. hoar. };:- ,',

f;' I'TEIunter 1'ullUk'tUa Cafe.' Klrlat-,o____ 4-23-tie.Apply Surplus F Jnd-Profits. i-. '._.-Kx-. lW.fiWI..) : QUndlvldvJ 1l. """\,rapped (the dead). ; having 16 mUD Jen. -' they Have come before him on the Tbe public is most cordially. invited : : Clawson I : :t: c

I peilsee '' Terre 1-11011 55516.34 U. To snide. (fior< r< cent. beach. Mr. English as superniciti- to tilts service. :
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.I LOST f Individual(Tho-k f'.., epogls- _|. -P subjwt-- --"to-- 217.441t01 17. Harmtesa snake, ;0. person 1 ia 'aUit dra I who .cQP34 eat of schools for MM county will REV: O. T. ANDERSON.GEAM You Are Invited Sf: : ,

i T aYinlt" J.1OIUI. 2wEl2te* 1'- rIO repare for pabiicatiwn.Same. music for cbuir. have a message of Interest to all parent ..
LOST Black filing can*. J>tnro to Fort 1'C'.crtlflptH of OfoJteJit 1i24.ilEinlllflnI It 3-- :
) ATE5UE:
: .Mjrera iTeaa Inward offered. .-; -1tp.. Cheriut : .. ::50C'u.Il'I" 71. "Prpshly.. concerning the welfare of the METIIQDIST L
'. fherks "Oulsutnillnitt 53.20393 ?t CcDdensos, Las. (as on aarftioen l ekiWL CHCKCIL SOUTHSunday ,
:i> OR STOLKX-rOne ........ __ TPRfJCAL
i iST. 8TP n All IJaMtitlo* 5.que.OQ
4 of i
brown mule. IS hands high &od .
:t o saddle i bass containing I i one r of Total .: ...... ... ._ ... .'.UU98.n : %4. To cry with COB va lair" catching ; 1. rlT jnPtJ. lr6e4 tUaa the one before this meet- tp worth League, 7pt> p. m.
Brown KbouL Ftn.lt-e coo keep Stite-qt Florklo. County of Lee sa.A .: ,
Hamilton 2. TO entreat.
_- the mule and saddle bat If ..will bring 'ioser'1iodi. rashier ,f the ubovenam 1 breath. j lag. The children are the greatest Preaching 7:4i p. m. ,: '.
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the Bhoea a* they are lit Iw-t tit Ht Jtiasts. to solemnly sweat that the 23. You. I 3. Wand. aipet Of any city or country. All EVerybody welcome. :
44 the world. THK BIO CASh'J STOKE R.A. Jj.bo"t' tttatt'mf'nt. is true to. the baM <*C i 4. Like. >
HKXPEIMiON A SON. 42U my kflOwkod and belle, I30' THnt siailar to & : wfeo fore interested in this subject I W. J. JONES. Pastor ii t
: HUHF-It lJODP. Cashier.COI1l1BCTATTtT i 21. To lubricate. I 5. Bridge over a valley (esp. InV *042)4 I eu& their presence and en- tt'

4 -LOST-lo'oItler. riui' road JHUHK pocket in favor book of I containing>, V- Graham 3. 3. ;POXWAT2i3iY. 1 Z9. Toward. : S. cities*I. ,.cenraementto this'meeting. [EAST FORT MYEHS .METHODIST "

a finder i.l..ie return to Ameri ., JA21S2 R.It. 31FINPIIY. :30. Ta hug. i C. Finishes. 'Genie and bring your friends Stm- EPISCOPAL CHl'KCI, SOUTH it ,, :
T Exprean Office or ,M. C. Witt HSNIbRSoN. : -
: 6-20 tt I '. .r lyrectftntSul 33. Belongingo summer #word 1'. Tree in maple family 4 tJitmg. i" Sunday School iooe- a. m. Oscar ( {

>*- ,f ami kwom, to tutors"* me tbte23r.l.dsy Eometftnes;. commences. with ac I ,. 1Nordy. iStransV and< visitors In the city Elount Superintendent

LOST Reward*<-Blark. f'anlboarcl ,(SKt1) ft.- ,April- '.li K. WOOtST. ATTl.- ; .instead; of"e.) I S. <3>f relative at .'Wi r. cofuSally invited to these services I Prea h1ng. 11:00 a. m.

tiling east, lost OR roadside. Ite"tara : > Notary Public. 35.., One who"ffeoloT1l e10th s.' !10. Tiny it REV. J. R. HENRY DL IX, Pastor. f Epworth League, 7:00 p. m.

'" to' }OFt -flfn Pre? : 4-25-It( -.e !S6. Flavor. I UL Totals. Everybody welcome. t
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l 'rThe ;'37. .EzaminaUon. .12. As troa<3in? for fitting pl:1n. ." I W J, JONES1 Pastor The above dt t b wa'made: from I' "
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FOUNU Minstrels) 38. J toge4ber. FJKST BAPTIST CHCBCH I ; -
Alva) Boy. an actual i>hot.graph .
Soon :9. Fish long slender and smooth. I 16. Foe. 1 :Corner Second and Jackson Streets Ii IOXA COIDI ITT CUVIICfl r .
Auto'license nm.her
tag
FOUND-Jo'1orida Are Coming 13. Period. Sunday &:iool at SMS.Suaiiy : '
: 40. :
A Beaaonlng. f '
have same by I
",U! Owner may MQrJlfug service at 11 o'clock; ." "
Office and paying' foi 2u. Particles. f c4Tke at 11 o'clock. Stolen first and :
,42 Carriages used
< ; In winter.
: I':1vpre. 4isti.i Wander 'out t o Wonueriand d -where I '.rtn1ii; eerrtc at 7:50 o'clock. ,
this 44. To 'shower. 22. Vessel for wia used for ,Bachariat. I Tbe 1 tile < cordially Invited. -
:nature did her best!. Midweekservice on Wednesday ; thenwrecked
I < Cal. EURHAtrs Pastor. -
47. Helps. :
MISCELLANEOUSMISCELLANEOUS j i efentng, At 7-.30 O. -
.z. To place one's self on a ciir. '
i f 4L.An, -prohibiting the depar: .;Stinlay school at ':4ii a. m'ebttflS t .
CHUECHAt
: -. %- ennses tnr- crl entry of ships at g01431ll JS. G* labl(. FIEST OIRISTIAX
Thieves stole this
JIfri't Bible class meet .la church limousine J- .
of .5QfliftCflt driver' on lttdiati itacIe: I :21}. True to f&4&. > ; wynhe Institute ;
,last week of May. Party of.thtwv New. xComihff 'to ports. audjtoriuin. Divine and ia The furious chase .by the t : .
.' trorsliip everyvLord's Day.
U. Gongs. r
W'illlama ,
.eda. Al'C. J'ythianltulIdlng. 51. Neater i. ; -
pronoun.
CadaI1ac ,. 'JYomi it n'. BIbl clasi meets injantoifiigh police which followed the car .
4-ZJ-tfc. Bible Sclool 9:45
at
52. Automobile. ,32.,.-Eflglkfc titles. a. to. .
,,83. 9*% a2 dse. ., : : bntldIuu.inteIpe4tsIn ; Lord's Sapper at lit 43 a. m. was.hurled over a precipice. todeatrucUoa.
'A sUuMEttHOMIt-Ashevttle &ir be si L' ; .
yp. ." K kP.. U at ; ':3G .
:idrtl Carolina Is perfectIn Its most j ,,34. : Evening service at 7:45 p. m.We fSS
,exeiuoiv* jmbdlvlaion *H i $eawr; j.ake 55. 'B hold'. o'i : -. pw> : s, Invite alt S
members of tae
i l-fter* are a tew choke iota -3eft. Splen i 56. Illuminated.Abhors. 4&flr3- -, : -
4 'Ud investment. Address. G. L.; S. Fort : .1. in a state of acotion32. ;, 7L.LP.U.3t6ZOpnCSup1am Christian Charrh'here and elsewhere Theft insurance mailed .good"your -v"'rS&
;S. '
-. ,t.ra fTt'8&' .2Wt"! l AWnues, ; 't meet'on Saturday' v At- ,r to, come atd worsfiip with ua.n. loss when your car la.stolen S.

't XOT1CK"TO RBALr55AiB ACJENTS 2:3iiathethurcLV', O.: ThOMAS AUnister Don, take chances. The -
i 4; To gtj a : alight superficial automobile ,
..*6 ;)tY l'flOl'SRTTOWN AS the R B.1 PUZZLE ANSWER. I Ii : ":: \ It ADAMS Pastor! ,
i_ of n e 23 T. 41 CharLotte 1 i{I kzcow1ed. : thief Is tlever. :
; tJoE'J t withdrawn- from tite i 4S. Eskimo house. I ST. FRANCIS XAVIEir!S CTHOUCCHITICH -

2 C ;n&rket.Jimeaeh.Edward Florida.P. Theegarten.-West, -- ZIHIAINICJE ILC. ifl ?. j i 4S. MMday.J ":.'FIRST METHODIST .CHCRCH 1121 CLEVELAND AYE. .

I,: : 4APiE .J t' t -1 1yt11Iult1lltiilHfllfllNffIHfluhuiflhlItHUi a flT riP iT { J r If. Sorro rtuL' FIr>t.Sir Opposite Cojal Faint Hotel "W1JJTERMass SCSIitDtLS. Call en tkh acency fer. an _t._ _.
4. Twice. SJ1d J forms .( Act m" Ua] latonnce. .

Sixty, Acre.<'3OQ 0 1 : All) w AIT1Ej'iIA 1. -L4nh' ,' : n usoal services a.t..th1s .ctarch 8 a. ra. .

Fortj-ierh.-lO.DOjJ: ;'; ; ; ) ;. i F32taw3l us *d fa makIng fax: morning and evening. .Hereafter the Mae1Os.im; J1.Sai .
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; ;SaTaIl Cash ,paymeflttbaVflcq );i1 r'tpn3. F *: :$wdfl 1 g'eTng "tr5ce will begin at 7r4Sit ; : dar ,School, lli; a. m. McC1ureSfroner 1 ;

I Owner 'wll|'be'at Hotel* Xaplesweekv Birth of Nation" Ei r lp. T'ajog > .- -. Epworta ] gnl'WIll :meet"at'. '.Vespers, 7:20 p. fa. 1
;:| "The a *"
ror.a: l-25-2tp. s.igA EIMWAlcIri.1rtINO ; l 0le1 ;im.-, 4 -Satordaj v-- -

: : T 1 o .-" "-:: i=' Coming" Radis3. '! >:5TBJaJ a toa fm* cburch. Tisttota .Instruction for children'"10 o a. m.1 IBMlre I
\ A 71 i to:5o
t9p: of ba or beetle makftlg are made t. feel at tome among n* 1 Confessions 5:00 : : p. m' and ..',
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1 I= Roya) rAirdome Theatre bt3tIil, gonad cfrhemu1ltt? : J of T-spirft.aal otdtir. 3tttp.nL.- v'jfr" \ifDIZTMaZS j Agei\ : "

Second and "litrd ignla ''children I ,-, -, -: r 63. 1.4 i t'& fiarge. ::J aattf5 Orchestra Is a aappyaddttioata ';.- 7:0'a.:*m :..."' : I"3l. .
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take Summer ScooIwork I ; & IPiM.ISM ? -
to NexWeeku.t T.csjrttI :theftrtSws.. ,: -- (REV.) J.'Hl OTCEEPFE, I -
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k; r :< > :. WILLIAM JENNINGS .BRYAN'S .. -- 'wife and the wife's obligation to her I debt that he owes his mother! And Every church and Sunday school doubted whether a third would find and Mrs.The Trend Little Garden King-Series"The editedby Little ,.g

husband. .what right has a liquor dealer to takeaway should have its pledge book and every I enough business. I Garden for Little )louy.by Kate
't-\ \t.'" WEEKLY BIBLE TALK Destroying Demeotlc Happiness. from the mother that which 1 Is member should be urged to strengthen GA8i1EN: : BROOKS Brewster. "Design In the Little Gar k i iI
...... .. They separate themselves from all 'priceless' namely the attention of the hU own purpose'and to set an example den." by Fletcher Steele. peonies In ,:
"t ", < others and promise to love and care child and the value of the support to others by the signing' ; of written t j ji I Little Garden" by Mr*. Edward I
:-' :; BY WILLIAM-JE NINGS BRYAN for : i In view of the fact that we are of i ii I the t--
'. each other throughout life. If,:that the child can render during; the pledges. and other books. Another
--f either uses Intoxicating liquor the' latter days of the parent ) Every teacher In school and colleic I i Garden Week. Little Brown & Company [[,volume Harding of more general usefulness is"Kelsey's
,:: Text *f Today a Bible Talk by )fr. Bryan household funds suffer the Intelligence 'j' And so with the father: What right and university should be urged to be- suggest; the following garden]' Rural Guide by David S
.-{' ",. But Daniel purposed in hia.bea rC.bat he would not defile himself with required for domestic dutiesis ,has one who brings; a child: into' the come a leader In this movement and I j books on the Atlantic Monthly Press i'i recently published. '
:t\; the portlon,of the king meat nor with the wine he drank therefore he clouded, strength I Is impaired and.worst .'i world to neglect It! What right has every public official from the list which they publish: "The Spirit ,, Stone Kelsey :
":' a..- requested'Now God of the hath prince of the eunuchs.that he might not defile himself. of all, the disposition to do f he. to create an appetite and then dent down should be appealed Pre81.1 of the Garden.b)' Martha. Hnche- I ;

I ..' -: e. prince of the eunuchs.brought. Daniel into favour and tender lore with the one's best is destroyed.The I I satisfy the craving with money that take a public stand against the son: "The Every-Year Calendar for Use The Press Want

4 <:- .'.- And the prince of the eunuch said unto Daniel. I fear my lord the king;, Injured party has a legal rightto I,the child needs! Intoxicating liquors. the Vegetable Garden." by Florence ,:
'.. .. a. who hath appointed-your meat and your drink: for why should he see your complain because there Is a loss+I It was the growing knowledge; of. All. In church In society and Instate I Taft Eaton; ''Outside .the House A ds foriiiuiiiiiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininHli ReEtn1lq'
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faces..worseliking than,the.children which are of your sort then shall ye that can .be measured in dollars. The the I Incalcuable Injustices done by alcohol should openly pledge them- Beautiful.. by Henrietta C. Peabody +;-
', .,..r mak. me endanger my bead to the king. right of each to the other's aid is'I that finally aroused the con- selves to the use of water without the T : P! .
,,' Then said Daniel to MeUar, whom the prince of the eunuchs had set protected by 'statute; ,a vendor ot I science' ot the 'D.tlon'and brought. admixture of alcohol-to water ..........111111 1 I I I !' .'
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>.' .," liquor can be made* to respond +tin about. the-.abolition: : of: the drinking the dally need of emfJtvtog thing; ", '
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v. : to eat.Prove and thy water serranu.to drink.I beseech thee ten' days;.. '; and let. them give[ us pulse damages if the liquor \whlch, he'' Mils I place. The saloon coqU ''not-oi't e.ceps *.* It ascends from f f1)8.) s eaa.'obedient' FOR HEALTH DRI&1C: :: 1;:

,, r,i: Then Slet.'our'countenances'be looked upon before thee. and.the countenances causes the injury complained of. I by permission of the voters and to the summons of the sun and I 1ti
e :-:. ''':' : of the, children that eat of the portion of the king's. meat: and as When prohibition .was "proposed I the voters finally by refusing to give descending showers blessings upon -
.: .. thoa aeest. deal with thy servants. liquor dealers were quick to demand the'permission' embodied In a license the earth. f' '
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= -l:' <' ': So he consented to them in. this mattei.) and proved them ten days. remuneration for financial, loss occasioned ,I declined 'to share responsibility for It gives; of its sparkling, beauty;to I I ,11
';:>J:, And at the end of ten day their countenances appeared fairer .and fatter them by the closing of their I what the saloon. did. the fragrant; flower. '
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in flesh than all the'children which did eat of the portion of the .
; .. ... .kings saloons but none of them has ever I It Is certain that in the United Its alchemy transmutes base clay '
., t. r,..:.-:' neat."Thus Melzar took away the portion of their meat, and'the wine that proposed to restore to husband or i States. 'at least no group; of men will Into golden grain I TABLE WATER 'J: |
.;' ,,, ; ,they. should drink; and gave them pulse. wife the loss that drink has caused I ever again be permitted to extract all It is the canvas upon which the
.t --t As for these four children. God gave them'knowledge and skill In all by the degradation of the other; com- that is precious from humanity and finger of the Infinite traces the | Absolutely Pure |
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t l > learning and wisdom; ,and Daniel had understanding in all visions and pensation would be Impossible becausethe .then throw the dredge upon society radiant bow of promise. 4
l .j".- 'dreams.i amount of the damage cannot be and make it care for those pauperized It Is the drink that refreshes and Deliveries .
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N ,--". estimated In dollars. I br made criminal: or Insane by drink. adds no sorrow with It-God looked | 5 Gallons 50c-City |
,, ;....' Through the person of the prophet DanKer" Tf>"t. A XetkerN Less :Never again will a young man be upon it at Creation's dawn and laid i
'C. ,' Daniel a theme of great Importance Daniel was equal to the emergency; Next, consider: the child's: obligation auctioned oft'to the saloon for moneyto "It is good." 1 Adds 100 Per Cent to the Quality of Your |
;'. Interest is brought to he proposed a ten days' test during .
and continuing to the parent. Leaving aside the run the government; we now have '.
our'atte.UoD today In the International which time he and his companions lather's rights for tee moment let the other ways' of collecting what we Benjamin Franklin'' mother ln-law | Tea or Coffee | r
.- wn-'the benefits of total would eat'pnlse and drink water only !reader calculate If he can. the loss need. thought twice before giving consent
1 < : nence.: while the others would be fl'd'from' to a mother when a son Into whom Kraened Effort :Needed. to her daughter's marriage with a I Distilled at Gay's Laundry, Phone 19 | 1
f .... --. ._ The organized crusade abSU-1 the king's table. And at the end of.)I rue has poured her life Is dragged The time is ripe for a renewed effort printer. Her great objection'was
cohol began with the advocacy ten days their countenances appeared4 down to a drunkard's grave to' enlist the entire population that there were already two printing -- ;
e :' > tal abstinence and Is of !fairer ant! they were fatter In fll'Sb.j]|I 'What right has a son to Ignore the under the banner of total abstinence. presses in the United States and she ;: llllllIIIIIIIIfiilll111iiI1111111111111111iIIIilliIIIIIIII II11111111111IItllilllillllllllllllllhjt!
l'3 l 'if'" 'recent orgln. although there than all the youths that did eat of the 1111 I....i. 1 d
:il._; tal abstainers in olden times The king's dainties." : MIII till III 111I11I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiii I 1111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii I U nuunuuuunuuuuunuuntlumHlluuutlnumhunHUlln'"nu I I (
i > .":> .. Nacaritea used no Intoxicants neither The"' verdict has Dot been changedIn i
!(. .' did Demosthenes; and we shall see all the centuries that have elapsed E .
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jw *: ,. greatly by"refusing to Uke wine. The expectancy of life of the tee- E' :.. : =

k .' :,-i ': In the battle .for total abstinence totaler greater than the expectancy *
.'..J.! ;'" '., moral suasion was first tried and Increasing of the drinker even .though,the latter! .
j r i' attention was given to signing may call himself a moderate'drinker. .
,)r'c:: ; 5 the pledge. Temperance societies The difference however between. the
':: : were formed throughout the country moderate drinker And the drunkard Is I '
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., t" =,.,.., and men like John B. Cough and often only a matter of years. As someone i' Beach i :
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..,;...::,:::.' ;,""Si Francis reputation Murphy by their gained eloquent a nation appeals wide is older has than expressed the man moderate It. "A drinker.drunkard" Miles Magnificent :1

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along thU line. It.wsa long afterward Ins liquors must. If be Is well Informed. -
.- ,,' before prohibition was proposed .,contemplate the'excha'bge of several : '
the Atlantic
'...",, as a means of dealing with the traffic years of his life for the pleasureof i 'Directly on 'yjHOLLYWOOD I
drinking. Suicide by this route,
r ':. .,rind then It was .at first tried over
mall areas. though more slow. Is just as sure as
t A Kldlculen Defense.' ; aa the taking of one's life in any 4 q's

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to, defend the use of alcohol on the 'This fact ought to be Impressed
? ',_ +S : ; ; ground that It only kills degenerate.; upon the young at an early age and
... \ I'I'1' It H even,represent d'as a real benefit should be reiterated year after year
a 1.: on"the ground that It "rla. th'y until hostility to Intoxicants becomes
world of weaklings whose continuance a second nature as fire Is shunned I I- !
might Impair the strength of the and pestilence Is feared, I
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r t -k-' ':" ,,:: race One man of prominence-"his theoryIs The effect, Injuring of drink: Others.upon others Is

<: <; "so ridiculous that for fear my even a stronger arguments againstthe .

c'f; t veracity'may be questioned I wliraddthat use of intoxicants than Its effect ':' : : : ; ; :1 .' '
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t 1: :" be, was a professor a upon the one who uses it, for the ; *

f 'J-: .American university; and foundS same reason that an injury; to others ByTheSea .. -
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'. one Is dealt with more severely .than an = I .
:;, .-. ,devote.several columns to Injury to one's self. The violation of \ '
t :>: eo his theory and-view*-thU man professed duty to others Is a sin that'cannot be ;
r ;;. ; to have found by.experiments overlooked however charitable we I

s., :e.;::. ,with guleaa pigs that .the. fumes of may feel toward those who inflict Florida's Year 'Round l city "I
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r ...;'1: .. ,- 'alcohol administered to parents would Injury upon themselves ,
tore the birth of their offspring "
f No one'lives unto himself alone; .
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1 ,} > kUl off all but the strongest and that our lives are interwoven with the :.. ,.; -- > ; ,* ., ,

S ;:!: t .. -if 55 finally, after several generations, thet lives of others to such an extent that ? ; ; j; ...J i s
..-' .... animals that-were :vigorous enough there Is really no such thing as personal The Central: Section will stand istihc.t in -J
>Beach! Florida
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",' ,: 'to survive would develop a breed with' ] liberty In the sense In which among: laces;:!:It will l

t .. ." : ;': ; superior power of'resistance to dis that phrase is used by the Intemperate be fully restricted, beautiful landscaping blending! jht the splendor Spanish architecture... .
I'; i,Ji.:'.>.., .....'''tI.-arl1led from tllll,that the and by those who defend Intem- i
1; ":. human" family'could be Improved %? perance. It will have broad streets and boulevards, hotels, business establishments schools sport*and 1-\ .; -
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: : alcohol It were administered. a ::
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Ignoring present
: ;. .: ..:.1' -, l similar way. to society kern which he recreational facilities. Its lakes, joining their beauty with that of the Inland Waterway, the : -

S ,l't S: ,,' !-:'::': < t .Ia',Umlrable Example: / receives ao much of value let us eon- Atlantic Ocean and the Lakes Section of Hollywood By-the-Sea will furnish the basis for i
."',..3,' ''"In .our text the great prophet Daniel slder'three domestic relationships. .
./ : .:, :-':. S even,when but a young! man. setS First, the husband'.''obligation to hisWesternScenery S- gorgeous decorative opportunity. S ; ,
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I'- ,> Po ';?1":.'f;'.'. ".household--When be to was be prepared taken-Into: for the high royal employment : Johnson Street north to Fifty-sixth Street, a distance of two and three-quarter miles. w

\ :?;a;:u; In the state'ho was offered E. Through the business section El Camino Real will be 120 feet wide; through the residence '
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food and win from
: : l'. but Daniel purposed la his heart that r = section 60 feet wide, Electric lights on' both' sides.y ill make El Camino Real a, brilliant White .

i.; *'.': he would not defile himself with' the Way Palms and'shrubbery will beautify it in the residence section. El Camino Real how- '
l' ; ", king's dainties nor with Jhe wine ,
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j' ,..'" which b..'drank"I f E_ over, will be but characteristic of the great beauty that will be built into the streets of Hollywood t-
". ::'-f: : 'The-dru'enaes'" often referred ,to Cenral Beach Section.

..- :. :'::; both in the Bible and history' war ': .._ _
1::'' t caused by alcohol In wine-not alcohol.
The Central Beach Section is
.. ;'f ,.",In whiskey or the other, strong ideally located for residence. Bathed by the breakers of the AtE -

't' t. :_,.,';;; 1 drinks; of.the present,day. It Is .alc..1: ,. a! lantic, it lies north of the .Hollywood Lakes Section. The present Dania Beach Road is to be i
-" hol that I la poisonous, no matter' how
i :'. .'-.. 'It. I* produced or la.whaC It is found E- made into a broad boulevard, connecting Central Beach Section' with the. Dixie Highway. is{

It i ia hardly necessary to remind my :=
j". "; ";:, readeri, that, Daniel's determination' : The Central Beach Section Hollywood By-the-Sea be an ideal place to live-a fine place -5 .F r 5.V, '. ',wfi
.' ; ,.S reflect great credit upon the young' = for property ownership. It has already become
immensely popular .
\. ;.r '.7; 'r: man; Tier waa a brilliant opportunity: among discriminating '.' I.. ', 'i
',.,t.4"''''\ opening>>efor. him;' how many young i purchasers.. r -1-
men-would. have risked all. as he dM: I ; ::
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,,' 'c"'- ;. timid{Christiana who' reason '.themselves ,". 'g into an attitude willingness ? ,:.Free Tour' of Inspection to Hollywood By-th-Sea. Our Specially Complete! information' about the .
"i.c": ,yi 'orm..to. any social .custom t I := Desi ned-2-1-Paggenger Touring Coaches DeLuxe make Weekly II Tinted matter illustrated, well be tour together with Holl 4I1-! -
{ ,: ,.;:. rather. than be'out of the fakhloalt Trips from Fort :Myers. "* in this advertisement .' ,,sent' on' receipt. of the"Coupon =
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trordiB.ry. opportunity, rather than 5 S = information about the FREE TOUR OF part.IIOIlVWOOD LAND AND t
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MliM liquor-and was 'COnf1dent.that s :: NAME .... .,.... ..... ..., ... .. ...... . .. :. ..,., .,, :-.. < : L ; : )
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a that' they would suffer;:In appearance ,, -'J s ... Reach Tampa Dtiytoaa Wet{':Pali; ."
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if they did not use the food and drtak ,ex ..,. ., -- : Tallahassee Fort Laudeydal. ATORPark'J ; ...,:'< .
w ,, aft hefore them and Inquired,, "Whyj '/hta te the"style'that-win'Iid.WlI4 : .-fist, : : <
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