South Florida developer

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South Florida developer
Place of Publication:
West Palm Beach, Fla
Post Pub. Co.
Weekly[ FORMER 1921-<1925>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <1926>]
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- West Palm Beach (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Stuart
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- West Palm Beach
27.2005 x -80.2549


Cf. Ayer, 1926.:
Began in 1921.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Ceased in 1933?
General Note:
Editor: Edwin A. Menninger, <1925>.
General Note:
"An independent weekly."
General Note:
"Official newspaper of the Florida Pineapple Growers' Association."
General Note:
Published at Stuart, Fla., <1925-1931>.

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Friday. August 6. 1926

SOUTH FLORIDA DEVELOPER-The Newspaper About Florida




, Create Mimosa In Hotel Wales
Yard, From Two. Small
Sprouts in 191,7

What a tree will do in the bene-
5'deat climate of Florida if given
opportunity is shown in the fol-
klwi story told by C. M. Mallet
r Prstpreof, to The Highlander
-a few days ago about the big mimosa
tree in the yard of the Hotel Wales.
The tree is now 60 inches in cir-
cunferetnce -and all of that growth
has been made since the summer of
The tree which is of a tender
variety, was a small sapling in the
Lut heavy frost that struck the
.dge in February 1917, about the

15th of the month aid was frozen
to the ground. Two little sprouts
came up from the roots the fol-
lowing summer and Geo. Swanke,
wh6 then owned the hotel, asked
the advice of Mr. Mallet and of
John C. Ames, since dead, as to
whether he should cut down one of
the sprouts.
He was advised that it would be
best hot to cut either of them and
Ames and Mallet twisted the two
little sprouts together. They grew
thus and now form a beautiful shade
tree with a spread of perhaps 30
feet and fully 20 feet high. The
tree in front of Hotel Wales and
is often remarked because of the
fuzzy round balls of blossom that
it often bears and the long seed
pods like giant beans that follow
the flower.

Okeechobee-Work started, pav-
ing and widening Parrott avenue,
from city limits southward to Con-
ners Highway.
Palmetto-Contract awarded for
erection of two school buildings, at
Palm View and Frog Creek.
St. Augustine-$250,000 bond is-
sue voted on, for school improve-
Tallahassee Seaboard Air Line
Railway to build line along St. Lucie
Canal. -A



Highway Commission Assem-
bles to Complete Plans
for Construction

TALLAHASSEE. The largest
single letting of highway building
contracts ever authorized in Florida,
involving fifteen road projects that
will cost approximately $2,000,000,
was under way here today at a meet-
ing of the state road department
attended by scores of contractors
and citizens. The session was held
in the Leon county courthouse.
Highway work to be done. under
the contracts being awarded today
extends in twelve counties of the
state. With the contracts given to-
day the highway building program
under way in Florida entails expen-
ditures totaling approximately $16,-
Among the more important pro-
jets included in the series on
which bids have been received are
the following; hard-.,urfacing of
State Road No. 1, The Old Spanish
Trail, between Lake City and the
Suwannee River which will be the
initial work of paving the highway
between Lake City and Tallahassee;
Twelve miles clearing, grubbing
and grading on State Road No. 27,
the 'Tamiami Trail; twenty miles of
similar work on the same highway
in Lee, Charlotte and Sarasota coun-
ties; and numerous important link
projects and bridges throughout the
LTnder the contracts awarded to-
day highway work will be launched
in Columbia, Suwannee, Charlotte,
Lee Citrus, Highlands, Sarasota,
Clay, Dade, Jackson, St. Johns and
F.jagler counties.



El Verano Will Raise Poultry
and Vegetables to Over-
come Shortage
PALM BEACH, July 20-The El
Verano Hotel has purchased the 80-
acre truck, dairy, fruit and poultry
farm at the junction of Military
Trail and Okeechobee road and will
operate it as a source of supply
for the hotel. The farm already
has orange and grape-fruit groves,
and since its purchase by the hotel,
a heard of blooded cows has been
added- and buildings are now being
erected for poultry and pigs.
In explaining the purchase, Char-
les E. Kirkwood, manager of. the
El Verano said:
"We didn't go into the farming
business because we wanted to; but
because we had to. Our guests ob-
ject to being fed from tin cans or
on the fruits and vegetables which
are left after the shipment of the
best to northern markets. People
arrive from the north full of the
four-crops-a-year idea expecting to
enjoy an abundance of fresh fruits
and vegetables.
"If farmers in the immediate vi-
cinity of Palm Beach could be de-
pended upon to supply the Palm
Beach hotels with what "they need
hotel proprietors would find "a quick
solution to their biggest problems,"
he continued. O'But, we haven't
enough farmers and those we have,
do not produce a sufficient quantity
of what our hotels need at the time
they need it. Altogether too much
local produce is diverted to northern
markets and we have to take what is
"While we happen to %-be the first
to embark upon such an undertaking,
I know that other hotel proprietors
are contemplating a similar move. If
more farmers come into the district,
they will find a ready market almost
at their own doors, if they will pro-
duce what we hotelmen need, and
when we are assured of an adequate
supply, we'll be glad to get out of
the farming business." '
TALLAHASSEE. June 20.-This
city today decided to go into the
hotel business.
Upwards of two hundred residents
of the capital gathered at a luncheon
organized teams of forty or fifty
workers and instituted a stock sell-
ing campaign in which it is hoped
to realize approximately $250,000
for a new hostelry to take the place
of the old Lon destroyed 'by fire
last year.
The proposed hotel to be a four-
story brick one, would be operated
by the stock holders.
St. Augustine-Construction start-
ed on runway at St. Augustine
Melbourne-City streets being re-
Dade City-Contract awarded at
125,000 foP' new grammar school
Bartow-Permit issued, for con-
struction of $200,000 addition to
Tampa-Tampa Armature Works
to erect new large plant here, soon.
St. Petersburg-$S100,000 theater
Being erected, at Third street and

Second avenue, north.
Miami-$1,605,000 to be spent, in
improvement of ,harbor, channel and
entrance of harbor.
Sarasota-Lights and buoys to be
placed in Sarasota Bay.
Tarpon Springs-Work started, on
extension of Pinellas avenue, from
Tarpon avenue to Oranee street.
Winter Park-"Herald" plant to
be enlarged.
Clearwater 4125,000 Mandalay
Beach Club Casino under construc-
tion here.
Milton-Work under way, on San-
ta Rosa County's new courthouse,
costing $137,000.
Apalachicola-$10,000 bonds is-
sued, for constructing white way in
business section.
Jacksonville Bids opened, for
grading municipal airport.

A COMPLAINT by one of our customers about a charge for
a long distance call may help you Save money on your
toll calls.
This subscriber has two boys away from home, and he oaile
-na on the long distance telephone once a week for a friendly
11:11 chat.
Recently he waited until after 8:30 p. m. to place hie call In
4rde to secure the reduced night rate. Naturally he was our-
is-Ied when he was billed at the person-to-person rate.
Inquiry developed the fact that he placed the call by name,
amldng for either one of his sons. This iaes, of course, a person-
to-person call, for which the rate la the same, both day and night.
If this customer had told the operator he wished to'make
a atation-to-statlon call, or if he had told her he wished to be
connected with the distant telephone, it would have been a
etatlon-to-etatlon call at the reduced rate.
We find that many who wait until 8:30 o'clock at night to geo
reduced rates are making person-to-person calls at the regular

To make a station-to-station call you tell the operator the
telephone number at the distant point. If you do not know the
number, tell her the name or address under which it is listed.
e not aak to speak to a particular person.
We are anxious for our custonrers to have the benefit of the
S lAw rate for station-to-etatlon calla and the further reduction
a night.
S gremember that the reduced night rate applies only to atatlon.
li m-ltation calls.
DAVID LAIRD. Florida Manager
S, ""BELL SYSTEM"---'-,
.r/W&7, OeSystem Umni.~ Srrice


Time o? hours, day or night, mean
nothing to the "Trouble Shooter."
S He is always on the job, ready to re-
S; spond instantly where trouble occurs
along the extensive electric lines and
SI.- In the midst of raging storms, with
'lightning flashing and thunder crash-
S ing about him, he is bent on one mis-

With neither thanks nor praise.
the Trouble Shooter continuously
exemplifies the ideal of Service
above Self.


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Friday, August 6, 1926 *....'.


__ LOW, ST

liRated In Twentieth Place In
Report; Births In State
.... .Run High

+. TALLAHASSEE. Florida in
f r..1925, stood twentieth among thirty-
I 'one states of the Union in deaths
Sof persons of all ages, according
A i t6 th.e vital statistics report just
i./,ssued by the Census Bureau of
-, t'the United States Department of
o" i.^-Ommerce.
"" + The state's total of all-age deaths
.. was 16,872 out of 955,074 for the
S 81 states.
: Florida was twenty-fourth amo'llg
't'. he 31 states in deaths of under 1
Year, with 2,188. In thd matter
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Patronize Your Home N1ursery,
Large Assortment of Plants

Palm.Beach Road at ,4th Street
F. W. LEE, Mgr.
Crotons 35c up
Australian Pine $10 per 100
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of births, -the state was nineteenth
For the 31 states, there were 123,-
512 deaths under 1 year and 1,-
727,467 births, with the latter not
including one of the 31 states.
Births Increase
Florida increased its birth-rate
per 1,000 population for 1925 over
1924, but :.lso increased its deaths.
In 1925 the births for each 1,000
.persons were 23 per cent, com-1
pared to 21.8 per cent in 1924.
and 13.4 per cent in deaths, coln-
pared to 12.9 per cent in 1924.
The state, however, cut down
sharply on its infant mortality, ac-
With announcement yesterday that
deaths in Florida under 1 year, per
1,000 births, were 75.3 per cent,
compared with 81.8 per cent the
previous year.
For the entire 31 states, the births
in 1925, per 1,900 population, were
21.2 per cent, against 22.6 per cent
in 1924 and the deaths in 1925',
11.7- per cent, compared with 11.8
per cent the year before.
The statistics give the figures for
sik cities of Florida, Jacksonville,
Key West, Miami, Pensacola, St.
Petersburg and Tampa.
Jacksonville had the highest all-
age death rate, with Miami the larg-
est. number of demises under 1
year. Jacksonville enjoyed the
greatest number of demises under
1 year. Jacksonville enjoyed the
greatest number of births, with
In all-age deaths, Jacksonville had
1,947; Key West 211; Miami, 1,-
398; Pensacola, 469; St. Petersburg,
852 and Tampa. 1,271.
In deaths under 1 year, the fig-
ures were Jacksonville: 197; Key
West, 29; Miami, 242: Pensacola,
83; St. Petersburg, 64 and Tampa,
Following Jacksonville's pace in
births, came Miami, with 2,421;
Tampa, 2,251: St. Petersburg, 791;
Pensacola. 669 and Key West, 317.
Miami Runs High
Miami had the largest birth-rate
per 1,000 population, the statistics
show, with 34.7 per cent. This was
a decided increase for the Dade
county metoDolis" showing in 1924,
which wis only 25.6 per cent. Pen-,
sacola led the other five 'cities in
births per 1,000 population, wfth
28 per cent, showing a slight de-
cline in 1925, with 26.4 per cent.
The other cities' showing per 1,-
000 population in births was Jaek-
sonville, 26.3 per cent in 1925 and
25.1 in 1924; Key West, 23.1 per
cent in 1925 and 25.6 per cent in
1924; St. Petersburg 29.5 per cent
in 1925 and 19.6 in 1924 and Tam-
pa, 23.8 and 20.6.
St. Petersburg, with 24.3 per cent
had the greatest death rate per
1,000 population in 1925, and in-
crease of 5 per cent over 1924,
which, also the largest among the
six cities, was 19.3 pei cent, the
statistics state. The others -stood,
Jacksonville, 20.4 percent in 1925
and 19.1 in 1924; Key West, 15.4
and 16; Miami, 20 and 14.1; Pen-
sacola, 18.5 and 19 and Tampa,
13.4 and 10.9 per cent.
In deaths under 1 year, per 1,-

If you would communicate
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Address K., K. K., Stuart,
No attention given unsigned letters.
All names held .ifet.

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000 births. Pensacola led the field
of six cities of Florida by a wide
margin, according to the bureau's
figures, the percentage for 1925
being 124.1, compared with 99 per
cent in 1924. Miami was second
with 100 per cent, a' slight drop
from 1924, which was 101.7. The
other four cities were, Jacksonville,
78.6 per cent in 1925 and 93.2 in
1924; Key West, 91.5 and 89.9;
St.- Petersburg, 80.9 and 88.9' and
Tampa, 77.3 and 61.3.





After awhile there will be fairy
tales beginning. "Once upon a time
there was a beautiful young maiden
who helped her mother at home and
iwho did not erfter a bathing beauty

Eusiis--1,i..uuu oonos issued, tor
construction of new city hall.
Mascotte-Contract let for $15.-
000 addition to school building.
Lake Worth-Lake Worth Lumber
Company erecting new $25,000 store
and oft'ite structure.
Sebrin'-Construction coninimncd

Has She Thought of That? on new $270,000 courthouse for
Highland County.
Prominent club woman wants a di- Lakeland-1:,500.000 bond issue
vorce because she doesn't know approved, for municipal improve-
where her husband is. He may be ments. 411-
at home.-Boston Transcript. Sarasota-City sidewalks being re-
____ paired.
A Chicago editor comes to Florida
to get a peep at wonderland. Arriv-
ing at the doorway, Jacksonville, was = FRANK J. LAIRD E
constrained to say he was impressed -
with the "sleeping giant" on the St. REALTOR
Johns, and that he couldn't help see- = 434 Clematis St.
ing great things there. All visitors WEST PALM BEACH
vision the same.-Jonestown News. FLORIDA
"Passengers Ride Raging Waters," IIIIIIII FLORIDAIIIIIIIIIIII .-
says headline in an exchange. The IH lI III lllllllllli
married men who have had experi- o 0
ehce with raging women should have
felt calm and collect at any rate.- r
Winter Haven Chief. 6
A New York wife has sued a Chi- is a prescription for
cago widow for $350,000 for the Malaria, .-Chills and Fever,
alleged loss of her husband. It is Dengue or Bilious Fever.
safe to believe she never thought hipl It kills the germs.
worth that much -while she had him.

SButler, Barnett & Taylor


= DON EGBERT, Resident Engineer ?
- City Building Stuart, Florida,
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As arranged by the agricultural
FLORIDA DENSE PINE TAKES committee of Palm Beach county.
The following program is arranged
S PLACE OF STEEL NOW with a view of the promotion and
utilization of the county's natural
The great strength, of South Flor- resources in the development of a
ida Dense Pine is gi'en as the rea- safe system of farming which will
son why a firm of engineers have bring happiness and prosperity to
specified its use in place of steel the rural sections and stability to
i girders in a large new mill in New the business interests of Palm Beach
England. The order which was for county.
several huildred thousand feet, was Realizing that with the rapidly in-
placed with' a member of the South creasing population of the coast
Florida Dense Pine Manufacturers. Cities and. towns and the tremendous
This incident brings to light the increase in real estate values, both
fact that Dense Pine has for mayiin city property and farm lands,
yarts bten sed hs fors r u there is a growing tendency to ne-
Myears been usdd for similar purps es glect the county's greatest asset, i.
Many of the old cotton mills of N e., the agricultural possibilities.
England have Delse Pine joists and We, the agricultural committee of
beams and girders. Built many years Palm Beach county recommend that:
ago, these' mills are still in a re- First-Measures and means for
markably' perfect state of preserva- more adequate water control he em-
tion, due to the enduring qualities played in order to safe guard the
of native South Florida Dense Pine. farmer against both overflow and
The characteristics of this lum- droutlt .
bar, hard compact structure, fine Second-that good roads be ex-
grain, density and the presence of tended as rapidly as possible in the
preserving rosin, make it the strong- rural sections.
eat structural, lumber commercially Third-that in the trucking sec-
available. Engineering tests have tions intensive rather than extensive
a greater tensile strength than steel. methods of farming be encouraged.
S----Fourth-That the best known con-
trol measures be employed to coun-
Florida's Natural Beauty.-Presi- teract damage from in3pects and dis-
dent A. A. Murphree of the state eases on truck and fruit crops.
university says: Fifth-That where applicable, a
"Most people have been generous diversified system of farming be em-
in their praise of the natural beauty played, to include dairy cows, poul-
of Florida. And it is a beautiful try, general farm crops, fruit and
state. Nature gave it soil, rainfall 'vegetables.
and sunshine, which, combined, have Sixth-That in sections of the
made possible what has been term- county suitable for such, the follow-
ed Florida's greatest asset. This ing crops and industries be en-
greatest asset is the state's natural courage and promoted; sugar cane,
beauty-its trees and flowers, its avocados, citrus fruits, bananas, pine-
lakes and streams. Thus, there is apples, commercial dairyir.g and bee
here a happy blending of those keeping.
things which make- of any region Seventh-That farmers organiza-
a haven for the sick and the dis- tions be perfected in all rural conm-
tressed in mind or body, for the munities in the county in order that
pleasure seeker or person looking more efficient work may be accom-
for remunerative employment, polished by the county agent force
"Al states the nation over can in rendering assistance along lines
boast of natural beauty, for in all of production, insect and disease
states, especially the Eastern, South- control, marketing, home improve-
ern and Western, we find plants meant, club work, etc.
and trees growing naturally. But Eighth-That communities be en-
in all the other states, as well as courage to hold community fairs
Florida, the people have been negli- and exhibit at the county fair and
ent of the preservation of this that efforts be made to have all
natural beauty. Until recent years lines of agriculture, horticulture, live
little has been done in America to stock and poultry fully represented
prevent the heedless waste of 9ur and moral support be given the
forests and the criminal neglect of county fair, also to the county agri-
tree planting where forests have cultural exhibits to state and district
been removed. As a Florida citi- fairs.
zen, I regret to admit that this Ninth-That the boys and girls
state has been one of the slowest club work be endorsed and encour-
to recognize the need for action in agement be given whenever possible.
conservation. Tenth-That all organizations in-
"Less than-a tenth of the forest terested in the development of Palm
fires of Florida are reported. There- Beach county cooperate in promot-
fore, the losses to the state from ing the above program.
.the useless practice of burning the
woods cannot be even estimated. Speed the Day
The waste from out-of-date methods
of turpentining and lumbering in The money which Florida has been
Florida would, if expressed ih dol- pouring out for things produced in
lars and cents, stagger the imagi- other states will to a considerable
nation of those who figure in Flor- extent be kept at home to an ever-
ida real estate or delve into inter- ,increasing degree. There will be de-
national debts. veloped here a great dairying indus-
"But Florida, like the other states try for which the state is admirably
is fading about. In sense, tendencies adapted and a great poultry business
toward better things move abreast. for there is no better state in the
of world events knows that Flor- is now buying from other states mil-
ida is making rapid and tremendous lions of dollars worth of eggs and
strides forward in more ways than poultry annually. All of these things
one. The esthetic sense of the are changing for the better. Every,
Floridian will not long lie dormant; lcnock of Florida in other sections
it will in time compel the preserva- will in the end prove a'knock against.
'tion of all vestiges of natural beauty the prejudices which have sought to
with which the state has been so keep men and money out of Florida.
richly blessed and the adding here Ever' knock of that kind will be a
and there of man-made adornments. bost for the building of Florida.-
to supple.'ent the natural beauty." R. H. Edmonds, Editor Manufac-
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One round of pleasure after an- -
other in Florida. During the winter Where Jazz Scores
Floridians play golf, pitch horseshoes .. .
and indulge in other sports. In the S till there is something to be said
summer they enjoy the excellent for jazz: You don't have to put on
beaches, dance and participate in formal attire when you listen to it,
other sports. In the fall in the nobody asks you 'ho composed it,
northern and western sections of and you don't have to pretend you
the state, citizens in the rural dis- understand it-Eustis Lahe Region.
tricts enjoy cane grindings and pea-
nut boiling, and folks in the towns Lakeland-2 cooperative apart-
and cities plav football. All over ments, costing $25,')00, o be con-
Florida there is to be enjoyed strute e d on Boul.vard 'Avenue.
kind of outdoor arnus.,rmnts twelve Eutis-$125,000 new business
months in the year. No state in the building to be erected, near city hall.
union is so pleasantly located, as Orlando-Contract let, at $800.-
far as clirmate is conc-rned, as to 000 for pa'" ing 18 miles of city
permit this. streets.


Water.-The summer is here and
water is a good thing in warm
weather. In the enumeration of the
assets of Florida, it is not always
that water is mentioned. Water is
a prime necessity of life. With-
out water there would be no life.
Florida has more water than any
other state. -Water in the form of
rain, on the_ surface and under-
ground. In many parts of our coun-
try water is scarce, but not so in
Florida. The' waters of Florida be-
sides watering the gardens, fields
and groves are a source of revenue
in the form of fish, millions of
dollars worth annually. Thousands
of people regularly visit our state
to enjoy the fishing advantages.
Our waters contain over 600 varie-
ties of fish, besides sponges, oy-
sters, clams, shrimp, etc. Not only
that but the bathing and sailing
privileges attract thousands of visi-
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month. Our beaches are said to be
as fine as any in the world, and
are as smooth as a floor for automo-
bile driveways..
Water is nature's best drink. It
contains no poison to intoxicate, to
madden or dull the brain. It never
brutalizes the mind, of the husband
to strike down his wife, nor the
father to neglect his children, nor
friend to antagonize friend, nor to
do murder, to steal or promote
strife. It does not fill prisons, nor
poorhouses, nor hospitals, nor build
scaffolds. It does not rob a nation
of its manhood, nor disgrace its
womanhood, nor starve its babies.
It does not buy votes at election.
With light and air it completes a
trinity of God's free gifts. An
acre of water can be made to pro-
duce as much food as an acre of
Water is chemically known by the
symbol "H20." There is more
water on thp surface, under ground,
and about the boundaries of Flor-
ida than in any other American
state. Water is a colorless limpid
liquid composed of hydrogen and
oxygen gases in proportion by
weight of 2 parts of hydrogen and
16 parts of oxygen. It is with air
one of the necessary things of life
and enters into every living thing.
It forms more than two-thirds of
the earth's surface.

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What a fine trip Geo. McPherson
and family are having. Late cards
from Estes Park speak of the great
beauty of Colorado and now they
write from Cheyenne, Wyo., and
'speak in glowing terms of that
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erzinger
have left Atlanta and when last
heard from were at Asbury Park,
N. J. They will take in the Ex-
position and visit other points of
Mrs. A. R. Krueger writes from
Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, that
climate there now is delightful,
very much like Lake Taxaway, N.
C. She is now with widow of
a deceased brother, Mrs. I. B.
Speirs, who will be pleasantly re-
membered by many here.
Mrs. Hancy received word that
her sister. Mrs. Shatto's S4th
birthday was being observed Aug.
5th by a big family picniL at the
old homn place.
Mrs. J. C. Jones and family have
gone to the honime of their daugh-
ter in St. Augustine after a week's
visit wvith friends in Stuart. Mrs.
Jones. is the wife of our last year's
pastor of the M. E. church.
A recent pleasant beach party
was that of Mrs. George Browning
and daughter, Mildred, and Mrs.
J. C. Tennant, who took with them
the three children of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark of the Stuart Hotel.
Mrs. Boyne McPherson left Tues-
day morning for the home of her
parents at Moriches on Long Is-
land, N. Y. The leading event of
this trip is to be the birthday of

Mrs. McPherson's mother, Mrs. W',i
Lukert, whose winter home is at
Mr. Otto chaum of Philadelphia
is here looking after the damage
done by the storm to his property
at Sewell's Point. Another winter
resident who came for the same
purpose is Lieutenant Willoughby
of New Port, R. I.
Mrs. Lucile Burroughs leaves
Sunday for West Palm Beach to
visit a sister. iIrs. L. D. Robinson.

Wednesday on their way to their
home in Hollywood after making a
business trip through the 'central
part of the state.
The Sunday school of the Bap-
tist Church has organized a -'"Sun-
day school choir to the delight of
the members of the school. The
new choir gave an excellent dernm-
onstrationi last Sunday morning.
Floyd Ferris, who is with the
Mayaca Company at Port Mayaca,
spent several days in Stuart this

From there she will visit points in week attending to business matters.
northern Florida and southern
Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Carlisle have
rented the house owned b1, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Casto and children Mrs. Joe A. Youngblood.
and Mrs. M. Casto took a steamer
at Jacksonville Thursday for New Mr. and Mrs. Paul UIcker enter-
York. tained at dinner Sunday, Miss Mil-
--- dred Harrison, Erie Maue and Paul
D. 0. Woods retumed recently Van Leunen of West Palm Beach.
from a two months visit to his chil-
dren and friends in Tennessee and H. L. Willoughby. of Newpqrt,
Kansas. While he had' a very en- R. I., and Sewall's Point, Fla., spent
joyable trip, Stuart looked better several days in Stuart this week.
than ever to him when lie returned. He was registered at the Dixie Peli-
can Hotel.
J. H. Reardon, mnianager of Sun- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kindred have
rise Inn, has been in Stuart all week returned from a motor trip through
superintending some repair work at Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia.
the hotel. He will return to New Theyn ersee Aab Ge
York soon to spend the summer. aay o weeks.
Mrs. G. L. Williams left for a
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schaum of two months trip to New York and
Philadelphia arrived -in Stuart Sun- Atlanta.
day to spend the week. Mr. Schaum, Al
who is one of the owners of the
Fletcher Iron Works, has a winter Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Worth, Miss
residence at the old Boise Penrose Sylvia and Vincent Worth accom-
house on Sewall's Point. He also panied by Mrs.-John A. "Smith, are
owns the old Sewall home at the in Amityville, Long Island, visiting
extreme tip of the point. Mrs. J. H. Squires, a sister of Mrs,
extm Worth. They will be away a month
Mr. Powers Shatts and wife visiting also at Patchoque, Long
visited their aunt, Mrs. Haney, Island, before their return.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pomeroy are
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Mrs. Joseph Mendel and daugh-
ters, Jo and Flo have returned from
a trip to Jacksonvile..
Mrs. Edwin A. Menninger and
children, Edwin, Jr., and Barbara,
who are now in New York City
on a vacation trip, plan later to
go on to a camp in the Maine
woods to spend the summer. They
will return to Stuart about Novem-
ber 1.
The women of the W. M. S. of
the Baptist Church held an 'all-
day meeting at the church Tuesday.
They spent the time sewing for the
orphans and for the bazaar to be
held in the Fall. Noon lunch was
served in the basement, accom-
panied by the reading of clippings,
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by Pastor E. A. Burnette, nM
present Mexican situattiowi:,.
talk was given by sped8a ...i
of the president of 9 t. ". g
A most pleasant daywa ti
the women who sewed utiFi .W
the afternoon. During. -the ftt
noon a short business: sessionsd 'V
held. It was voted to exterOa'
invitation to the Indian River.'A
sociation W. M. S. to meet with tli
local society for the annual D'io
Ing in September or October._ '
Nine boys and girls. between".th"
ages of thirteen and sixteen it
at the Baptist Church' Tuesd
evening to consider the organij
tion of an Intermediate '1i. Y.,,.i
U. The vote to do so was '`U J
mous. A constitution Was ',
adopted as well as the SthI
Baptist Standard of E 1ifelle
which was adopted as a goal. ",
young folk decided to. reet. i
Tuesday afternoon at 4!00.1: oe
for the election of off|etg' i
the selection of a leader. .it:.
confidently expected that there_..
be between sixteen and t1irtiWl
the charter roll. ;
The First Baptist Churc jt
on Wednesday night to. ex, )
invitation to the Indian River ,A4
sociation to hold its next ..
ing with the Stuart Curchr;.E
pastor. Rev. E. Alien Bitti,1
assured by the executive"
tee of the association .thatB.
citation will be accepted. .:.i
to Stuart as a convete lt
There will be delegates'.i. ia
towns and cities on the: -
as far north as Vi,
here for a two or thr=e-d ,S
the second week in Otber
visitors will be qnteainzid "1:4
church members and' thbife.'
Dinner and supper wiBn be,
them at the church. : "
The monthly meetitie ^
Tuesday 'at theR home of.'
E. Rea, sixteen present,'twnel'
ing workers. A deli |'| |
hour was spent in additi{i':
spent in planning faor tt1grWj
'Refreshments. conaistnif4.
cious nut bread, cake '-B.
cream were served. -. .....,
The enterprising youtpg,.-
carryidg on the many Sjd
of this branch of the ..A 3
church in Stuart planed to'
a warm welcome to Mr. .and
H: J. Green when t.hey uld *r
turn from an extended ".'vome
trip. : .1
The happy event came off-
day evening at the 4l1W
Which, happily, is t, ..h a1
vice of church 'woe]ijA
i is needed. The y
people spent a
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hwho served as hos-
itthe close of the even-
eatsWere served, fol-
:.most pleasing part,
i.esenttiaon to Mrs.
ii1IMb>s Johnson in behalf
O a',handshme hand-
hIte l set, a tdken of
m4he members for their
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i'i Burne~te, Pastor
jlh i3tL.a.m. H. Sands
iatendent. ,Subject of
(JIl in of the Manna."
L S36. A Bible school
t, ,old. ,
,Akhip, 11:00 o'clock.
lt'-atdr a sermon, '"Shall
".e Destroyed?" Spec-
L00r and Senior Young
tiCiens- meet at 7 p.m.
gast Jackson, president.
et, "Tie First Table
.ouJng soUg service and
' ..p.4t. StUbject of lec-
K',Wible nd Science."

b; of '.the First Baptist
.B':E.1 Allen Burnette,
~.~s away', .for several
]4 R'"ti hrs pulpit last
-'expressed delight of
[j' friends. His morning
'Worsihip and Church
T.i ;he pastor said:
Iw .'- f. t&e true God'
qI .'satisfying. It re-
',,>the day's cares and
.for -a brief rest

I hour Rev. Mr.
'.On "The Bible,"'
-thie fact of its in-
p -Ie revelation of
.:, This lecture
I highly by
Hsthe 8th, the
B tor, of this
ihallH The Church
g .at- the' morning
-)le and Science"

Oilppi&e will be con-
itk the high school
>wmlngl Rev':
F ,-" of Port Pierce
L he ,subJect: "Bread
416ra. A. C. Smith,
S*sing at third' ser-

^ "r. de a'Via enter-
,Inenlg with two
':it~tlr'hom4 0in
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:i'/ g. .. M'figa Yl was
ia -refreshinents

were served. Those playing were
Miss Kopke, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
St. Onge, Mr. and Mrs. John But-
terfield of Palm City, C. B. Fore-
man 'and Mr. and Mrs. de la Via.


W'. B. Tilton returned last Mon-
day after spending a few weeks
vacation with his family at their
summer hone in Cloudland, Ga.

Miss Myrtle Wortham motored
to Fort Pierce Tuesday to shop.
Mrs. Marion Scales of Sewall's
Point spent several days in Miami
last week on business.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Pitchford and
sons, Robert, Thomas,' Herbert and
Allen, left in their can Thursday
morning, for their summer homee
in North Carolina, where they will
visit friends and relatives for a
few months.
Larry Burch of Detroit, Michigan,
was in Jensen on business the past
James Gardner of Jacksonville,
was a guest of his brother T. H.
Gardner Thursday.
Mrs. H. M Hazell left a few
days ago for Miami where she
will visit friends for a few' days.
From there she will go by boat
to her home in Philadelphia. Mrs.
Hazell has been visiting her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Malcolm Slater,' the past
Douglas L. Ricou of West Palm
Beach was in Jensen on business
Miss Myrtle Wortham was the
*dinner guest Qf Mrs. A. Backus
4t Fort Pierce Sunday.
L: A. Hellier of Miami is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hil-
lier the past week.
Robert Clark, Joe Pitchford,
Eatlie Sherin, Chenny Fredrickson
and Robert Pitchford motored to
West Palm Beach Tuesday night
to the show.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Benton and
daughters, Theresa June and Jane,
of DeLand were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold Taube Saturday
and Sunday.
Oscar Johnson, W. C. Johnson,
J. W. Johnson and C. T. Tyndall
motored to West Palm Beach Sat-
urday on business.
Mrs. Malcolm Slater and Mrs.
C. W. Browning and baby motored
to Fort Pierce Monday to shop.
i. Ray S., Roblnson of Jensei mno-
tored to' Stuart Monday on busi-,
iMr,. and Mrs. Lane Jennings,:

Mrs. Mary Jennings and daughter,
Miss Isabelle of Walton, returned
Thursday after spending a two
weeks vacation at Daytona.
Earley Sherin and Earle Sher-
rin of Jensen, left Saturday for
North Carolina. They are motor-
ing 'through in their car and ex-
pect to be gone for the summer
visiting friends and relatives there.

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Robinson
motored to Jupiter Sunday to visit
Mrs. Robinson's uncle, who has been
very ill the past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gideon and
ison, Donald, motored to Fort Pierce
Sunday to visit friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Leith Jones re-
turned home Saturday, after spend-
ing a months vacation at Jack-
sonville and North Carolina.,

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Stuart
were visitors at the Jensen Beach
Sunday afternoon.
Miss Leita Mitchell of Stuart was
a caller at Jensen Sunday.
SThe Jensen Beach was very
crowded Sunday afternoon, many
people from Jensen, Stuart and
Fort Pierce were there in bathing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Johnson
and family of Olympia were the
guests of her mother, Mrs. Mitchell,
Miss'Eva Daniels of Jensen, who
has been visiting for somp time
in Marshall, Texas, spent the day
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hast-
ings Munch Thursday.
Miss Annie Laura Thompson of
Rio returned Friday from Jackson-
ville where she has been visiting
relatives for some time.
Miss Gertrude Miller returned
Thursday from Bradenton, where
she has been visiting relatives for
two weeks, she was accompanied
home by her cousin, Miss Jana
Tucker, who will be her guest for
a few weeks.
T. R. Hillier motored to Lake
Worth, Sunday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jones of
Vero Beach, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jones Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Robertson
entertained a party of friends from
Stuart at a picnic supper Thursday
evening. Those enjoying the af-
fair were Mrs. Flora Spiers, Mrs.
Barker and daughter, Susan, and
son, Bobbie, Mrs. Leroy Ricou, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Glass and daughter,
Lydia, and son, Raymond.
Mrs. Gertrude Ricou And Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Brownulg, motqred
to Bartow Sunday were Mrs.
Ricou will visit relatives for. some
time. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brown-
ing returned home Sunday night.

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The week end club met Friday
with Mrs. C. W. Browning "500"
was played and three tables were
filled. The club members present
were: Miss Myrtle Wortham, Miss
Charlotte Hillier, Mrs. Malcolm
Slater, Mrs. C. W. Browning, Mrs.
W. C. Johnson, Mrs. Arnold Taube,
Mrs. William Pitchford, Mrs. Theo.
Tyndall, Miss Eleanor Reynolds and
Mrs. Ernest Ricou. The invited
guests were: Mrs. Seymour Gideon
and Mrs. Darrel Smith. bf Stuart.
The first prize-silk hose- was
won by Mrs. Theo. Tyndall; the
second-bath salts-by Mrs. Ernest
Ricou, and third-a deck of cards-
bv Miss Eleanor Reynolds. After
the game a salad course was served.
Mrs. Malcolm Slater will be hos-
tess for the club next Friday.
A. Tonneson of Jensen has moved
to Sewall's Point Tuesday.

Ft. Pierce, Fla., Aug. 5, 1926.
South Florida Developer,
Stuart, Fla.
Dear Mr. Editor:
Saturday. August 7th, will bring
to a close a most successful camp-
ing season of eight weeks duration,
of the East Coast Council Boy
With near forty boys in camp
this last period has undoubtedly
been the snappiest of the lot. Not
only as to the activities of the
Scouts but as to leadership also.
Scout Commissioner H. D. Bailey
of Stuart and several Scoutmasters
have. b'been in attendance and Dr.
Anites of Stuart has been Camp
The Scouts will leave Camp Car-
son in private cars Satuiday morn-
ing at 8 o'clock and will arrive
in Fort iPerce in the early after-
Very truly yours,
E. Coast Council B. S. A.
ILegal Advertisement)
Sealed proposals will he received by
the Board of County Cmmlssaioners of
Martin County, Florida, at the Counly
Court House. Stuart, Florida, until 10
A. M.. August 21th. 1926. ror the fol-
lowing material F.O.B. Stuart. Florida.
ts' Corrugated Iron Pipa.
I18 pCs. <- 12" long.
Il peCa. @, 16' lone.
S PC., l Iong.
26 connecting bands 2' long.
"14" Corrugated Iron Pipe.
16 pcs. tj 18' long.
2 Pc. 16' long.
S pcs. @ 6' long.
26 connecting bands .' long.
36" Corrugated Iron Pipe.
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1 pc. @ 16' l on. "
2 pea. ( 6' long.
3 connecting bands long.
A certified check ioi two 12) percent
of the amount bid IF required with each
bid and made payable to the chairmei of
the Board.
The Board reserve; the right to reject
any or all bids or to award th4 contract
in the beat Interest of Martin County,
Flori"a. H. N. GAINES,
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By Bankers and Hotel Men

Hegira to Peninsula Has Already Started and Preparations
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That Florida is now facing the estate recession that may have come
most successful winter in her climb to the state is an asset rather than
to ascendency is the consensus of a liability to the tourist. They fig-
opinion among Southern bankers and ure, he said, that the smaller amount
hotel men as expressed yesterday of Florida propaganda current this
by leaders in both lines. I year will serve to reduce the crowds,
An extended tour through the and they realize that hotel construe-
North, East, and mid-West, accord- tion has kept pace with the growth
ing to T. W. Guirl, president of of tourist travel.
the Collateral Bend and Mortgage Taking the situation by and large.
Company of St. Petersburg and an according to M. Guiri, Florida has
officer 'of the Sessions Loan and unwittingly played her hand better
Trust Company of Atlanta, has con- than she could have done by a con-
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that -e people north of Florida are accommodations, the exaggeration of
begiflng to realize that any real rates, and the general conditions of

That horror to all of us-"want"--may not face
you today or tomorrow, but who knows what
dire future is ahead of any of us. In a twinkl-
ing of the eye all that we have, and own, may
be wiped out. Yes, it isn't a pleasant picture,
but if you're protected by a strong bank such as
ours, with a comfortable Savings Account,
there will be no necessity of fearing wantnt"


"Martin County's Leading Financial Institution"

congestion playing &e leading parts.
As conditions are,WMr. Guirl says,
people all over the North, East and
middle West are preparing now
to come to Florida next fall to en-
joy the attractions that have brought
them heretofore, confident that they
will find ample room, reasonable
rates, and the quiet they anticipate
in vacation tours.
Measuring success by genuine and
not paper profits, Mr. Guirl and a
leading Georgia banker, who refused
to allow his name to be used in an
interview, said the entire Southeast
has passed the period of hectic gains
and is now on the high road to im-
mediate and permanent financial
progress hitherto unknown in the
so-called fluctuating Southern areas.
Expect Big Winter
E. E. Robinson, president of the
Southeastern .Hotels Company, owner
and operator of seven large hotels
in seven important Southern cities,
including the Aragon here, where
headquarters for the chain is main-
tained, and the Ponce de Leon in
Miami, said yesterday that he and
his associates are preparing for one
of the heaviest travel winters ip
their experience, after concluding
a spring, and early summer that
compares favorably with the high
mark of Southeastern travel.
Carling L. Dinkier, vice president
and general manager of the Dink-
ler Hotels Company, operating in
several southern cities and building
the new Hotel Carling here, said his
company expects the Carling and all
other Jacksonville hotels to be filled
throughout the coming winter and
fall, even considering the enormous
increase in rooms available to be
Shown this fall over all others. The
Carling will open September 1, he
90 Per Cent Filled
Local hotels yesterday, on the
casual check-up, registered 90 per
cent filled, with incoming guests
increasing daily and check-outs on
the decrease. This condition led
to the prediction in hotel quarters
that the fall of 1926 will see an
earlier Southward flow of tourists
than has been the case except in
the sustained 1925 summer-winter
season. That the stableconditions
recently established in the state will
tend to lengthenl the "season" and
to swell the volume of tourist travel
Southward was also the consensus
of hotel opinion.

Better Wait 'Til She Reaches Tropics
Before Shedding It

Young society woman going to
tropics will sell at bargain her
attractive wearing apparel.-Ad in
New York Times.

A girl's long hair caught in a
bookbinding machine at which she
was working, in New York, and she
was seriously hurt. Had she been
fashionable and had it bobbed the
accident would not have happened
It pays to be up-to-date.

It's Easy to Kill

Z- Dal Slept Butinea few second& We'
ch = aei. Shtlal at msquitoe
renis e m*or than it does (Am. And
you aousi be antimy rid of them eo
euil Uampb a.loe doa sd windows
and bliw Bee Bruand about
^EOU~a Ins lect Powder
Swill ki "every one and it's
e-- my nd esafe to ure.
Its a wd. It can'
apide. it can't etan. It's
hamles f everything eceApt
leeots. You ea m e it in a puffer gun. r
Wow it in the air from a piece ol paper.
You an bum it in the room.
It also kilhl Ants,. Fleas. Flis. Roaches.
Base., Bed SBug. Moths., Lice on FowL
ad2 msny other bouse and garden imsect.
Get Bee Brand in red sifting top cans at
yu= sr's or drutgist.
d six l asnd
25c. Other szes. 0c and L
61.00: Puffer gun. 1lOc.
If poor deatr c l ntIn l
MeBn, -nd i 25" ior sarge #a
S*MWhddase. Give dealer's
name and ask for Iree bookleL,
-It Kills Them." a guide for killing house
and garden psts.
McCoRMICK & Co., Baltimaore, Md.


ra'U rZawraN




Are Preferred to Local Pro-
duct in South Carolina'

LAKE CITY, S. C.-More Flor-
ida grown watermelons were sold
this year in South Carolina than in
its history.
Not only were more Florida mel-
ons consumed in this state than ever
before, but South Carolinians paid
higher prices for the Florida prod-
uct than they did for the melons
grown in their own state.
Melons were shipped to this state
in carload lots. Several shipments
were received in this little city, lo-
cated almost in the center of South
Carolina's watermelon district.
The Florida melons brought from
ten to fifteen cents more than the
melons grown in this state although
many of the South Carolina farm-
ers are growing melons from the
same kind of seed used in Florida.
Bell and Company of this city
handler a number of cars of melons.
They were sold as quickly- as they
were put on the market although
the South Carolina planters were
hauling their products into Lake
City for sale.
A late season was experienced in
South Carolina this year resulting
in Florida products being in de-
mand. There was ice in this state as
late as the middle of April causing
the farmers to be delayed with their




Lakeland Hotel Guests Will
Have Chance to See Phe-
nomenon of Nature

(Legal Advertisement)

WHEREAS, George Roth, the Admin
trator of the Estate of Dan L. Zeisli
deceased, has filed a written suggestion
the insolvency of said Estate under oath
this office, according to law,
These are, therefore, to cite and
monish, all and singular, all persons h
Ing claims against said Estate to app
and file the same in the Court on or
fore the 20th day of December. A.
1926. i
Witness my name as County Judge
the County aforesaid, and my official i
hereto affixed the 19th day of May, A.
19i26. E. J. SMITH, Jr.,
(SEAL) County Judge
May 21, June 18. July 238, Aug. 20, Sept.
Oct. 22. Nov. 19.
(Legal Advertisement)
In the Matter of:
Robert W. Scales
Notice of Application for License a
This is to notify you that Marien
Scales. of Martin County, the wife
Robert W. Scalei. will on the 14th d
of August A. D 1926. or as soon tha
after as the same can be head, apt
to the Judge of said circuit court
a license to manage, take charge
and control her property and become
free dealer in every respect.
July 16. 28, 30, Aug 6
(Legal Advertisement)

WHEREAS, The Legislalure of 19I
under the Constitution of 1685, of
State of Florida, did pdss three Jo
Resolutions proposing amendments to
Constitution of the State of Florida.A
the same were agreed to by a vote
three-fifths of all ihe members elec
to each house: that the votes on a
Joint Resolutions were entered upon ti
respective Journals, with the yeas is
nays thereon, and they did determined
direct that the "said Joint Resolul
be submitted to the electors of the Sr
at the General Election in Novemi
I A26.
FORD, Secretary of the State of
State uf Florida. do heieby give no
that a
.ill be held in easch county in Floi
on Tuesday next succeeding the first M
day in Nosernber. A. D. 1926, the s
Tuesday being the
for the ratification ot rejection of
said Joint Resolution r.porposing' ame
mcnt' to the Constitution of the Sr
of Florida. vin

Amendnrent to Section 9 Article
oi the Constitution of the State
Fl'rlida. Relatirc to Education.
Be It Resul' ed bs tie Legitlature of
ft.ite of Florida.
Thha' the amendment to S
tun ". Attie XII of the Contitutr
ci the State uf Florida re'atrin to E
cation be and the came is hereby agre
to and -hall be ?ultmitted to the Elect
or the State at the Geneial Election
Re-re.entatli .es in I'J'6, t'i arptoval
I ele t,, ,.
Se'tiun ',. In wldition to the tax i
vile'J Iu'! ir, Setltion o E th, Airt
the County Sch.ool FurJ 'hall corniist
the proporltin o the inter'e4z of
State School lund and of tte oner
Stale is, aipolt ioned to the county,
carpitation collected within the co
ty and ill appropriations by the Lea
lature which shall with all other Cou
School Funds be apportioned andd
tribute a' may be provided by law
shall be disbursed by the County Bo
of Public Instruction solely for the 3
port and maintenance of public I
schools. Provided, thet such apportr
ment and distribution &hall be made
general law based upon some declns
principle ofi classification to be determi
by the Lekislature.
amendment to Article V o( the Conast
tion of Florida. Relating to the Judici
Department, to be Known as Sect
44 of said Article.
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
State o( Florida:
Thai the following amendment to Art
V of the Constitution of Florida, to
known as Section 44 of said Article,
and the same Is hereby agreed to,
shall be submitted to the electors of
IState of Florida at the next gene
election, to be held on the first Tues
after the first Monday in Novembqr, I9
toi ratification or rejection:
Section 44. The Chief Jutice of
Supreme Court of the State of Flo
.hall be selected by the Justices the
at the commencement uf the first t
of the Supreme Court in the year of 19
and every two year.' thereafter,

Amendment Io Section IS o the D
laration of Right- in the Con,.litut
ot the State 1i Floiids. Relatinor' to
Owneir'hil. InheritlanLe, Dispr-sition
Ernjoyment of Pioperty ;n the State
Florida by Foreigners.
Be it Reolie.i- by the LegaIature of
State of Flouiida:'
That the follow,' in amendment to
Con.titution .of the State c-f Fior
Section ln of the Drecilaration of RigI
of said Ct, .-tit-jtion. be arnd the sane
heieb, ai;reedl to and the -anie hall
submitted to the qualified elector-
the State tf Florida for ratification


BOYNTON.-The Southern Uti
ties Company has commenced co
struction of an ice storage pla
near the Florida East Coast trac
between Third and Fourth street
They plan to complete the wai
house at once in order to ser
the local needs during the summ
and to erect an ice plant adjoi
ing this site at an early date. Thon
F. Walker. local architect, has su
mitted plans and blue prints for t
proposed municipal casino bei
contemplated for the Boynton bear
The plans call for a $65,000 build
of hollow tile and steel construct
and a number of interested citize
already are taking up the matt
of financing the proposition.
I Legal Advertisement)

Palm City., a Municipality.
To E. H. Hatcher, and all others
Order of Publication
To E. D. Hatcher, and all others
You are hereby notified that the ab
named plaintiff did on the 30thb day
July A. D. 1926, institute suit agal
the above named defendant by atta
meat. and you are hereby required
be and appear befoTe the above sty
Court on Monday, the 4th day of Octo
A. D. 1926, to show cause, if any th
be, why the property of the said defe
ant thus attached should not be sold
pay rhe debt sued on by said plaint
and cost of this suit.
. This notice shall be published in
South Florida Develope i one each w
for two- months.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By P. B. Cleveland,
Deputy Clerl
Aug. B ].t .2" 2 Sept. 3 In 17 24

ed, D. J. HURLEY, if living -and if dead, claiming any interest in and .to ..the ."iA
dav his unknynn heirs at law, legatees, de- followlntr described property situate, lyln i
"- visees or grantees. and his wife, ELIZA- and bein in the County of Martin, State .
BETH R.' RURLEY, joined by her next of Florida, as follows, ,to-wit: ''
S friend and husband, D. J. HURLEY, if The Westi Half IWt1i of thb
the living and if dead, her unknown heirs Southeast Quarter ISEi 5I of S-et.
ride at law. lesatees, devisees or grantees, tlion Three 13I, also Government Lot
reoo ROBERT MORROW, if living and if dead. Two 121. less the East Thirty-flv : "
erm his unknwnr, heirs at law, legatees, de- 135i acres thereof in Section Three
927. visees or grantees, and his wile, CHANY 13-, all in Township Thirty-eight
MORROW, joined by her next friend and l3ir South. Range Forty-one (411 '
husband. ROBERT MORROW, If living East.
and if dead, her unknown heirs at law, appear to the Complainants' Bill of Co- ;
an leaitees, devisees or i.ranitees. and to all plaint heieinfi led on or Iefore the loth
De,- persons having or claiming any interest day of August, A. D. l'b26.
iton in the folo",ing described land., situate, AND IT IT FURTHER ORDERED That
the ying and being in tie Countt of Martin, thi Order be published once a week to6' 7 '
and State of Florida, described as follows, fouc 14 consecutive, or five Insertlonsg
Of to-wi ir, South Florida Developer, a newspaper ":
The West Half iW' :l of the South- having general circulation and publlhabed. l
the eat Quarter lSE', aof Section Three ir. Martin County and State of Ert.. ;lri
t.e 131, wind Government Lot Two i., WITNESS The Honorable Judge pf-a .*:'
le's the East Thirty-five 135, acres said Circ.:ult Court and my hand a1 clerk '""i
thereof in Se' tion Three i13. all in thereof end the official seal of said Court "i?
tie Township Thirtr-eight IJ'I South. this 16th day of July. A. D. 1926. :
*da, Range Forty-one 141 1 East. iCir-uit Court Seall J. R. PO EHROY'., S
t is it s -pearing from the 'worn Bill ot Clerk of the CircuLt Cout', "'"
i Complaint filed in the above entitled m. C r CARMICHAEL. C t
be cause that aftel i diligent earrh and Solihltor lor Comnilainants. ...';-
or innquir the rcsiden,:e of each of the July 16, 23. 31J-_Aug. 6. .' -..',;a
or Defendants. Richard "W. Rhodes,.- and iEf ... ,

I .' I .

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rejection at the next ensuing General married, his wife. Mrs. Richard Waihtde -'.::::." As"
)N Elseetlon. that is to say, that Section by her next friend and husband. leRiah .. ...
IS of the Declaration of Rights of the W. Rhodes. Texas Sheffield. Pliny Sny t- .'''
Constitution of the State of Florida. be field, Texas Bell, joined by' her t
il- amended so as to read as follows: friend and husband. W. S. Bell, and W.'.',*
"Section Id. Foreigners who are eligible S. Bell, her husband. Florida. HBodges, ""
to become citizens of the United State. joined by her next friend anl huebi'"
*et under thie provisions of the laws and W. M. Hodges and W. M.i Hodges. hr. -
ks treaties of the United States shall have husband. Joel W. Eaton. and Marno
Ias. the aame rights as to the ownership, in- J. Eaton. his wife, joined "by her next .
heritance and disposition of properly friend and husband. Joel W. Elation. .
re- in the State as eiLiiens of the State. George E. Stevens, as Trustee under tin. ..'.. .
ve but the LegilaJlure -hall have powet to Last Will and Testament of Frajk j" .. '
ler limit, teculatel and prohibit the ownership, Stevens. Deceased. and his successor s ",
inheritance. di'pnsition. pose-_sion and en- Trust. if any, Emma S. Morgan. .. .J.oied
in- joyment of real estate ir, the State of by her ext friend and husband. flank
InaS Florida by foreigners who are not eligible Morgan. and Frank Morgan, her hut ..
ub- to become citizens of the United States band. Nelson D. Moulds. and his wife,. .4...
i under the provision. of the laws and Georgia A. Moulds, joined by heo n* :4 ,i .
he treatie of the United States." friend apd husband, Nelson D. Mould .
ng George E. Stevens. Lillian Jackst. ,
h. aStevens.' joined by her next friend ,.. .
h. The vote% eCt in comrplifnce with said andhusband. George E. Stevens. Hs w.- .
ing' Proposed amendments, end the canvass. F. Jerome, and if married. her.
iOn declaration and returns thereof, shall be husband. Frank Moran. and his wi ,
to the same regulation- and Emma S. Morgan. joined by her nest,'
rig subjected t i ie
restrictions as sre .rosided by law foi friend and husband rank E. Marpo,.
ter general elections in the State of Florida. D. J. Burley, and his wife. El izabeth
R. Hurley, joined by her next fripod ,lad,
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I husband. D. J. Hurley. Robert Moftow. '
have hereunto set my hand and his wife. Chany Morrow. joined y
and affixed the Great Seal of her next friend and husband. "Robert
the Stat of Florida, at Talla Morrow. are unknown and that said De .
the, L Slat*s of Florida, at Tells- fendanfs are absent, concealed and sil"- .. .
HE tSEALI hassee, the Capital. this the residents ared absethat there is noand at .
HE twenty-sixth day of July. A, in the State of Florida. the service
~.1926. i ervlee.a
D 12AY RAWFO a subpoena upon whom would bind ete
H. CLAY CRAWFORD, said Defendants or either or Any of t :&*%.
Secretary of State. and each of them ar, over thea- ag o
twenty-one years; anb that in act he'
July 30 Aug. 6 iS 20 27 Sept. 3 t0 17 wtyoeYar"n& htin ndb ..A,
July 30 Aug 6 I5 0 27 Sep 3 10 17 id Bill of Complaint the Complsitilants':
24 Oct. I S 15 22 "9. pray that all clouds, doubts and/or su .
in- .picions In and to, upon and- against the ..
i- .- glAdetsee--Complainants' title in and to the. abo ..."
in- Legal Advertisement) described premises be cancelled 'and 'te- :.'
moved, and to have t4eir title thezto-.
-0 established, quieted and confirmed pas.,,
ove "
of IN THE TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- against said Defendants. .
ins CUIT COURT IN AND FOR MAR- And it further appeai-pg from ail "
ach- TIN COUNTY, STATE OF sworfl Bill of Complaint, flied in thm
toh- TIN COUNTY, above entitled cause that the Compl'ini. :
'led FLORIDA. IN CHAN- ants did not know and have not bee. A
br CERY. able to ascertain by diligent smath antd '
bter i et l a Inquiry whether any of the -de bead snl .
S Bill to Quiet Title ad be dead or alive. and that it is therefor ..
-nd- Oher Relief : ,:
to dARROLL DUNSCOMEand ST. LUCIEpossible that there are persons whoai, .
DiES S corpo atn, interested or claim interest in the a1 11
tiff. ESTATES. a corporation, involved in this suit. whose name j..
Complainants,.nole n this sut, hos "na arm
the complainants are unknown to the Complainants, ad .
the H W claiming interest as heirs, desiseas. Ila- ,
eek RICHARD W. 'RHODES, if living and Iefftees. grantees. assigns or othet claimantsr
dead his unknown heirs at law legatees, by through or under ne or mote of
devsoes or grantees, and if married, his the Defendants. Richard W.' Rhode&. and
S wife. MRS. RICHARD W. RHODES, by if married, his wife, Mrs.. Richard W ..
her next friend and husband,. Richard Rhodes. by her next friend and huebart4.
S W. Rhode-, if I i irg and if dead her Richard W. Rhodes. Texas Sheffield', Pliny
unknown heirs at law. legatees, devisees Sheffield. Texas Bell. joined by her next
S or granlees, TEXAS SHEFFIELD. if liv- friend and hubaipd. W. S. Bell. and W.8. B
ing. and If dead her unknown heirs at Bell her husband. Florida Hodges, j.oind
law. legates, det.,ees or 5'ranteea, PLINY b" he, next friend and husband, W. ,
- SHEFFIELD, if I.,tiri., and if dead his Hodgep. and W. M. HodweA, her husband. '.
unkr.,on heirs. at law. legatees, decisebs Joel W. Eaton and Marion J. Eaton. $
N or giantee. TEXAS BELL. joined by wL-'' joined hb; hei next friend and bus- *
her next friend and husband. W. S band. Joel W. Eaton, George E. Stevens, ..';
Bell, if lihr, ard if dead her jin- as 'Trustee under the Last Will and Testa- ,.'.
FT known heir. at law. legatees, glevisees or meat ol Frank J. Stevens, deceased, etd
grantee., and W. S. BELL her husband, hi.- successors in Trust, if ary. ,niam
MS if living and if dead his unknown heirs S. Morgan, joined bI her next friend :
at law, legatee.s, devisees or grantees, and husband. Frank Morgan, and FVtank .
,is- FLORIDA HODGES. joined by her next Morgan, her husband. Nelson D. Moald -" 4
ftfriend and husband. W. M. HODGES. if and his wife, Georgia A. Moulds, joined by
ofo living and it dead her unknown heirs at her hext friend and husband, Nelson f.l
in law. legatees, devisees or grantees, and Mould.., George E. Stevens. Lillian Jacksot ":..
W. M. HODGES. her husband, if living Stevens, joined by her next friend and hBo-
ad- and if dead his unknown helits at law. band, George E. Stevens, Helen F. Jolea,'* a' "
av- legatees, devisees or grantees. JOEL W. and, if married, her husband, Frank E. *
ear ETON, if If ing and if dead his un- Morgan, and his wife. Emma S. Mora, .*
be- known heirs at law. legatees, devisees or joined by her next friend and. huEA4 bi,
D. grantees, and MARION J. EATON, his Frank E. Morgan. D. J. Hurley, and hiU '
wife, joined by her next friend and wife, Elizabeth B. Hurley, joined byf'.iar'
of husband. JOEL W. EATON, It living and next friend and husband. D. J. Euey
seal if dead his unknown heirs at law. lega- Robert Morrow, and Vis wife,'
D. tees. devisees or grantees, GEORGE E. Morrow, joined by her next e
STEVENS, as Trustee under the last will anf husband, Robert Morrow,r ,
S and testament of FRANK J. STEVENS, otherwise and that the namp hu
2 Deceased and his successa-r' in trust, residences of such persons so r-' ai
i f any, EMMA S. MORGAN., joinedd by esated are unknown to the Complate
her next friend and husband. Frank Moi- although the Complainants have made4'-
gean. If living and If dead, her unknqwn gent search and Inquiry to aseertano'
heirs at law. legatees, devisees or gran- names and residences, but could 6at
tees, and FRANK MORGAN, her husband, tain them and that there is noi v ',i
rHE if living and if dead his unknown heirs known to the Comprainant& In tse3 tt.-
S at law. legatees, devises or girantees, of Florida, the service of a infs
NELSON D. MOULDS, if living and If upon whom would bind such Def
dead, his unknown heirs at law, lege- or either or any of them; and ti
tees, devisees or granted, and his wife, and by said Bill of Complaint t-t
GEORGIA A. MOULDS, joined by her plainants pray that all clouds,',
next friend and husband, Nelson D. and/or suspicions in and to: pto ani .
s Moulds, If living and if dead, her un- Iagainst the Complainants' titli hnan :d a"
known heirs at law. legatees, devisees to the above described premlne bear sis aq u ''
or grantees. GEORGE E. STEVENS, if called and removed, and to have ...
E. living, and if dead his unknown heirs title thereto established, quieted ,and 4@p -
of at law, legatees. deviseeas or grantees, firmed as against said Defemdantsf.. '-
day and his wife. LILLIAN JACKSON
re- STEVENS, joined by her next friend and And it further appearing from !amid
ply husband, George E. Stevens,. if living sworn Bill of Complaint *that thef.l.
Other unknown persons ro
for and if dead. her unknown heirs at sothed or claim an prnserestin are si
of. law, legatees, devisees or grantees, HELEN involved in sai d suit and that thhe iS A
a F. JEROME, if living and if dead. her and residences of such parsons a t th
unknown heirs at law, legatees. devises an ine Cofupa sns A t
or grantees, and if married, her husband. known to the Compliainsnts, alth an
if living and if dead. his unknown heirs Compleainants have made di tge SV Ab
at law, legatees, devisees or grantees, and i, inquiry t ascetain t elt
gate.and rt'ldencos hut co .uld not obtLain1i. s,
FRANK E. MORGAN, if living and if and that in and by said Bill ofeC6 s'
dead, his unknown heirs at law, legatees. and Com pnland bpry sa t B Vll .
devlsees or grantees, and his wife, EMMA doubts andnr suspicions in end y,'
S. MORGAN, joined by her next friend and against. the Complasinats '
and husband, Frank E. Morgan, if living and to the ai ove descJibed 1sats
9,2. and if dead. her unknown heirs at law, "anceliod and.r'enmoved, and'! se* ii '
the legatees. devistees or grantees, D. J. HUR title thereto es ablished. quiee"d aa .eo,.
ointi LEY, if living and if dead, his unknown firmed as against said Defendants '.
the heirs at law. legatqes, devises or gran-
and tees. and his wife. ELIZABETH R. HUH- IT IS THEREFORE ORDE.tED Tl te '
of LEY. joined by .her next friend and hus- said Defendants Richard W'.8194W
ted band. D. J. Burley, If living and If dead. liR and if dead his unknd1hl l:.
said her unknown heirs at law, legatees de- law, legatees,. devisees or grates *m ,
hoir visees or grantees, ROBERT MORROW. If If married, 'his wife, Mrs. R Ilab *
d living and if dead his unknown heirs .at Rhodes, if Hving and If dead hor- .
end law, legatees, devises or grantees, and known heirs at law, legatees 'vi _
and his wife. CHANY MORROW, joined by grantees, Texas Sheffield, If ivin i ,
tion her next friend and husband, Robert .ded her unknown heirs at lawf,
t0r Morrow, If living and if dead. her un- devisees or grantees., Pliny is .
grantees. law, legatees, devisese or grantesa, T"xe
be'. known heirs at law. legatees, devisees or living, and if dead hils, unknown
grantees. law. legatees. deviseer or granite Taut .-*:'*:
\W Defendants. Bell, joined by her next friend, and he- T
RDR O PICATION band. W. S. Bell. if living, ad If dlead,'
the ORDER OF PUBLICATION her unknown heirs at 'law. legatea dSe. %.
tice TO RICHARD W. RHODES, if living visees or grantees, and W. S. il, : '."
and if dead his unknown heirs at law. husband, if living and If dead his unknown
legatees, devisees or grantees, and if mar- heirs at law, legatees, devisees or gran- 'o.-''*
ried. his wife, MRS RICHARD W. tees. Florida Hodges. joined by ber ne. '. t
RHODES, by her next friend and bus- friend and husband, W. M. Hodge. d fe, Rf .
rida band. RICHARD W. RHODES. ift1hiiing living and if dead her unlknowns hel. :
on- and if dead her unknown heirs at law, at "aw, legatees, devisees or granted. .'.
said legatees, devisees or grantees. TEXAS and W. M. Hodges, her husband, if ivi :g
SHEFFIELD. if living, and if dead her and if dead his unknown heirs at awx. .i
unknown heirs at law. legatees, devisees legatees, devisees or grantees, Joed W. ,
or grantees, PLINY SHEFFIELD, if liv- Eaton, if living and if dead his unknown '"
the Ing. and if dead his unknown heirs at heirs at law. legatees. devlsqees or gran- 'AI .:
and- law. legatees, devisees or giantees. TEXAS tees, and Marion J. Eaton. his wif, jo 'ed
Bte ELL, joined hby her next friend and by her next friend and husband. J-pe W. :'V..
husband. W. S. BELL, If living and Eaton. if living abd if dead hcr an- :Y
if dead her unknown heirs at law, lega- known heirs at law, legatees, devises or ""
tees, devisees or granteea. and W. S. erantees. Genres E. Stevens, as Trustee.
an BELL her husband, if living and if dead under the Last Will and Testament ofat '
XI his unknown heirs at laI, legatees, desviees Frarnk J. Stevens, Deceased and his suA ."
of or grantees. FLORIDA HODGES. joined cessors in Trust, if any. Emma S. Meorsg,. .'
by her next friend and husband. % M. joined by her next friend and husband, '. :
HOIDGES, if living and if dead her un- Frank Morgan, if living and if dead, her'' : "
the known heirs at law, legatees,' devisees -or unLr.nowna heirs at law. legatees. devise .
grantees, and W. M. HODGES. her hua- or grantees, and Frank Morganirher bad-. s-
band. If llvin and if deal his unknown band, if living and if dead hil unknown o.
See- heir. at law, legatees, devisees ot gran- heirs at law. legatees, devisees or bran-.,.' .""
ion tee.. JOEL W. EATON, iI Irving and tees, NecIson D. Moulds. if living and if :"
d- i" dead his unrnnoan heirs at law, lega- dead. his unknown heirs at law. legh--.
Led tee.:. Jevisees or araree-. and MARION tees. devisees or ,franILees. and his wife, .
r J. EATON. his wife, joined by her next Georgia A. Mould, joined by her. next .
friend and husband. JOEL W. EATON, friend and husband. Nelson *D. Mqulde, '2..
of if liting and i, dead her unknown heirs if lirinp and if dead. her un, :"
or at la., legatees, devisees or grantees. lnown heir.5 at law. legates., de-
GFEORGE E. STEVENS. as trustee under visees or eranrtee. George E. Stevedp. S'.-. *
the last will and testament of FRANK If living and if dead his unknown heirh S
'i- J. .9TEVENS. deceased, arid h;s successors at law,. leralee'. devisees or granteeso
of in trust, f aitry, EMMA S. MORGAN, and his itife. Lillian Jackson 9wmwe_!,f. .,
o joined by her nest friend and husband, joined by her next friend and htisbanit,'.'. r',
the PRANK MORGAN, if Uvin" and if dead, George E. Stevens. if living and if dead, .
mill he,' unknown heirs at law., legatees, de- her unknown heirs at law, legatees, de- "/ ."
allivi ees or grantees, and FRANK. MORGAN visees or grantees, Helen F. Jaeroine,. if'.,'
Jun- her husband. If lIving and if dead his living and if dead, her qnoknown heiras' "':.;
Rik unknown heirs at law. lec'atees. deloIees at law. legatees deoisees or grajnteea, And' : "
Jnty or grantee', NELSON D. MOUt.i-tS. if liv- if married. her husband, if living and .*:
di.- Ing and if dead, his unknown heirs at If dead, his unknown heira at law, leag.- /'
and law, legatees, deoisees or grantees, and tees, devisees or grantees, Frank E.K M'oae.. "'..'
sard his wife. GEORGIA A. MOULDS, joined gan. If living and if dead. his unknown'' ';..
Iup- by her next friend and husband, NELSON heirs at law. legatees, devisees or grea- .- -s''.
free D. MOULDS, if living and if dead. her tees. and his wife, Emma S. Morgan" 'y'S
ion- unknown heirs at law, legatees, devisees joined by her next friend- and 'husband, J. "*,,
by or grantees. GEORGE E. STEVENS, if liv- Ftank E. Morgan. if living and if deaL. 4'*.'*
ared ing. and if dead )his unknown heirs at her unknown heirs at law, lega t. e.-de- '.\'^.
ned law, legatees, devisees or grantees, and visees or grantees, D. J. Hurley., if living I"]
his wife, LILLIAN JACKSON STEVEN'S. and II dead, his unknown heirs at law. ", :.'"^
joined by her next- friend and husband, legatees, devisees or grantees, and bIs' 1' '*''.
an GEORGE E. STEVENS, if livig and If wife1 Elizabeth R. Hurley, joined by her ", ":''
t- dead, her unknown heirs at qaw. legal. next friend and husband, D. J. Hurley, ,f' ,:;' '
iary tees. devisees or grantres, HELEN F. living and if dead, her unknown heirs .'/**.;
lion JEROME, If living and if dead. her at law, legatees, devisees or gtapteqs "':
unknown heirs at law, legatees, devisees Robert Morrow, if living and if dead. "ligs .'
or grantees, and if married, her husband, unknown heirs at law, legatees, deysaese r.. :
the if living and if dead, his unknown heirs or grantees, and his wife, Cbany MSrm. ,
at law, legatees, devisees or grantees, joined by her next friend and huabunid, .... *']*'
FRANK E. MORGAN, if living and if Robert Morrow, if living and if dead her ,.' *'*
tie dead. his unknown heirs at law, legatees, unknown heirs at la's, legatees. deviswsa O0
ho devlsees or grantees, and his wife, EMMA grantees, and all parties claiming' any' .
be, S. MORGAN, joined by her next friend interest in and to the lands herelnafter : ,
and and husband, FRANK E. MORGAN. if described, by, through and under lithel "
the living and if dead, her unknown heirs or any of the ,above named Deendath *
^. at law, legatees, devisees or grantees, or otherwise and all persons having or H -w"

SOUTH FLORIDA DEVELOPER-The Newspaper About Florida _____

; I OOd-Threeo new buildings Milton-Santa Rosa County's new' Tropical Farm At Homestead U
Cwiah construction in this towt. courthouse being erected.
ewville-Contract let, for Winter Garden-Ground, broken,
25 'tiqn'1 ,'of new First Christian for new building of telephone com- ro a e and terestin
1ti ofne Frpamapnng Is Profitable and Intres ting

= fi It is not uncommon in Florida to rot. Later the rotted humus is dis-
S hear of amazing profits being made tribute around his trees. By this
L. from the soil by industrious winter method of economy he says that he Econon
Struck growers, these profits on a pays but $10 for commercial fer-
AS,, _few acres often running as high as tilizer where the average grove own- Tran
fi"S F L $1,000 to $1,500 an acre. But when er pays $100. He dynamites the
L'. a highly intelligent, respected and holes for all trees before planting,
prosperous citizen looks you square- putting in seven, sticks of dynamite
St'. ly in the eye and admits that within which thoroughly stir the subsoil.
-' the past year the net proceeds of In the blasted hole he puts a quan- A sun
U- .. I his 60-acre grove have been $98,812, tity of manure and well rotted hu- fecting t
0 -well, we'll say that is going some, mus. Trees planted by this method, be started
Seven for Florida. he claims, grow and bear twice as the Depa
SThe gentleman in question, whom rapidly as under ordinary conditions, the assis
~S'*(11J sg-~a ~r-j we had the good fortune to meet on Dr. Peterson is comparatively a pets Re
YR Wednesday of this week is Dr. J. young man, being yet but 46 and the State
':.: # Petersen, proprietor of Bonita Grove full of energy and enthusiasm. His The su
A TA N K t Homestead, Fla.,. just south of one consuming thought for the movement
TA N K 1Miami. The occasion of his trip to crowning achievement of his life's lumber, i
= this section was to visit with his career is the founding of a self-sup- and asph
=.5 good friend, Dr. Hehry Nehrling of porting institution and home for the production
Naples, whom he holds in the high- blind. Briefly stated, his idea is for and disti
= eat esteem, the development of a large grove in ties.
SDr. Petersen is a modest man, de- which each blind member of the A. Lar
farm colony will -e assigned a block station d
Sided as oly advfter repeated qbragging, and it of so many trees to cafe for and has been
t that Xe drew from him the stonr for which they will be held person- Florida
-- of his phenoenal success in tropi- ally responsible, the fruit being sold and ia s
Scale fruit growing. The Doctor is a to pay the maintenance expenses of executive
W CHA F. D RR fuivt gofaing. Te Dor is
native o Germanthe-institution. Thus each member Sipr
many years a university professor, would be practically self supporting, June 15,
flY ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~mn Gearmaunyvhasing broeensorteisiuin hsec ebrSipr
specializing in chemistry. Coming to and also self-respecting in the knowl- beginning
C H A S ., -- Homestead a little over four mears edge that he was not an object of
T1i N ST -= ago, he pdrchased sixty acres, in- charity. Dr. Petersen says that
-- eAudinea ru-don ciru rove jut blind people can learn to care for Fish
L ll tI Y=cding a run-down citrus grove, just trees adpat swl stoei
F ILL IN G S A llU N Elseven miles north of the town. Th rees and plants as well as those in
-V house was dilapidated and the home the full possession of their sight, Dr. C.
h'' -Igrounds overgrown with weeds but h though they cannot work as rapidly. inent sur
3 e ON THE HIGHWAY within eighteen months he effected Healthy or diseased conditions of has bein
.. 5. ., a complete transformation to a pros- trees may be detected as readily by c ases sin
V.:.',! = merous country gentleman's estate feeling as by sight, when once one in Florid
I = "ith an attractive remodeled home, knows the technique, and it is part directors
w..illll IIllllIllllllmllllllllllllllll surrounded by spacious lawn, flow- of his plan to maintain a ,school of ton for
_. ____ _ors, well kept walks and shrubb instruction in horticulture for the hospital v
As indisputable testimony he carof all .blind members of the days and
with him the photographic evidence farm colony, he had ot
his or Surely one can do no greater asked wI
1, of hio s work. work than for the spiritual and ma- "Fishing,
'f Not only is th.- Bonita Grove com- trial uplift of those unfortunates to
praised of a ln"pe- planting 'of citrus who, having eyes, sees not, and health."
P ,trees of all hinds, but Dr. Petersen basking in Florida's glorious sun-
has all told 271 vari-itjes of tropical shine, live continually in outer
'; j I II IN trees and plant- that are hearing edi- darkness. All success to you, Dr.
.. ble fruits, making this. undoubtedly. Petersen, in your most laudable am- The h
P U'I the greatest tropical planting in the bition.-American Eagle. state ex
'! .__ __ ___ __ V_ _______ 'entire Unitpd States. He is also Ege sG e
growing 88 kinds of vegetables. "Go h
S., | l i| Etmon e many fruits listed are: What has become of the old-fash- vines and
*, *. a ongs granefruit s li ed ae' ionned girl who used to wear starched that have
.IOr'ange~es, gra itan limelos, lemonats, dresses that gave out 4 crackle like or are c
A iI tangerines, tangelos, kumquats,$2
r pomegranates, grapes, peaches, avo- a new $20 bill when she walked?- better t(
-I cados, mangoes, persimmns, papa- Tampa Telegraph. She's raising the now thai
ya. ', as, sapotas, litchee, sapodillas, ti-ess, dickens with her flapper grand- when pla
bananas, pineapples, rose apples, daughter, who doesn't want to wear placed gi
guavas, cocoanuts, dates, figs; mon- any clothes at all.-Dunnellon Truth. it away.'
Sstera deliciosa, and many varieties When a girl gets a new dress she Now i
you want the best in Bathroom and entirely unknown to the average vist n s a girl ge dnes' dre hae o:
layman. His plantings also in- sone girls she doesn't like, half of
Jn"- n i r u W W many hybrid sorts of mangoes, avo- washing
Vxue wok cados and other fruits that he has One thing about a woman with mothers'
j kitchen xu res, call on us. he na
developed that are as yet unnamed. gray hair is you know it's natural, would hi
24 hours a day to give you service. Speaking of hybrid fruits. Dr.
2 Petersen has experimented consider-
; '* ably with the avocado, and though
S he has tried nearly a hundred varie-
% ''7 ties of the pure Guatemalan strain,
'k t"! ' V 1 he is of the opinion that the ultimate
Y D H winter bearing avocado for this
E.E B 'q A. country will be a hybrid variety with
Y'DH.O I"A the Guatemalan blood predominating. A
"l He prefers the Mexican to the West
I; .'.:. Indian variety for hybridizing with
Sthe Guatemalan and says that it
".( StU&rt, F1lorida makes a much hardier tree for with-
standing cold. He also has some
choice hybrid mangoes, most notable F I
'i being a large East Indian mango of
N. 'unknown name that has been crossed
with a seedling mango of the Haden
Variety and is said to be of except-
i ional quality.
e;s. .Among other achievements Dr. Pe-
A T IN CNT7 tersen has developed a papaya of a
:. +., 1 Ibi-sexual or self-fertilizing variety.
...... I 1. IIn the average papaya planting many With 10 acres C
).W.- I IJI Iyoung trees develop into sterile or
1 4 inferior bearing trees and must later
be eliminated as worthless, but not
so with this new variety, every tree
.. l t D r c o of which under proper cultural con-
R eal l "D directory editions is productive, some individual
.".* . fruits growing as large as forty-two
.'.. pounds apiece. From two acres of
..'-'-. :these papayas, he claims to have har-
S' :' vested over $10,000 worth of fruit.
'.',' -- He believes there are great possi-
mm. n abilities in papaya growing merely -.
'i" for the production of medicinal pa-
: The firms whose names are listed in this pain, one of the greatest digestive
V aids known to medical science.
P directory are established institutions dealing in Aongd other tropical fruits grown
*g -- *m n oaby the Doctor were men-
l estate in Stuart and Martin county. The tioned the monstera deliciosa, a most
S peculiar fruit, much resembling a The lak(
bscr ibers of-this newspaper who buy or sell monster ear of corn in appearance
to band having a delicious, -flavor as the
S l estate here are invited to handle their trans- name imphes, single specimens some-
t u times attaining a yard in length.
..; ions the" r These fruits were sold to one of the i
ti__on_'theseleading New York hotels at prices Pri
.' ranging as high as $6.00 apiece, bur
,, his list of realty operators is not complete A mango tree is cited that was plant-
U w be a t f t t ed three years ago and now bears a One-
;. lAnd will be added to from time to time. crop of 256 Haden mangoes for
which $1.00 each has been offered.
-,.."..... Two-year old avocado trees in the
______,____, __________.. .._________ ,_____,_ Bonita Grove have borne fruit, one
of them yielding a crop that sold e
':: ":. I BBU'^LE REAL ESTATE for $78.00.
.. T + Dr. z'etersen is also growing lit-
;y.:.- -on Lyons, Atkin & Innes chee trees and claims to have dis-
edfern^ TInTvest en4t covered the secret of making them
'. 11.*L. e rn Investment bear under Florida conditions. The
*'^ i & Development Co. OSCEOLA BLDG. PHONE 46 litchee is a combination fruit and
nut which has a 'religious signifi-
,' OEOLA BLDG. PHONE 113 __________________ cancer to the Chinese and is highly
.. ,{ prized by them and other Orientals.
;" "_________________________ It seems almost unbelievable, but it
-- ': *is said that this fruit is more widely
Geo. J. Backs Realty i Rainbow Realty Co. consumed than either the peach or Ha -
,, .yCOa apple, so common in the western Hard-s
,,,., Company "Acreage and Waterfr'mnt hemisphere. Dr. Petersen has a
Proympany standing offer from a wealthy Chin- Orla
S RPropeAT Er y aman in San Francisco of $5.00 a
REAL ESTATE DIXIE HIGHWAY. PHONE 79 pound for litchee fruit, with a guar-
...,.. (LER AVE. PHONE 103 'antee to take as high as twenty
1 thousand pounds for a period of five,
_:..:_ years. Surely there are possibilities G ]
,'- Oak Park Realty and here.
.z 'When asked how he achieved all
, Reed.Wendt Corp. Development Co. that he has accomplished on the
~Bonita Grove. Dr. Peter~en repliedtl
[ MARTIN COUNTY Anything in Real Estate that it was by the application of m
*REALA 1 EST E OSCEOLA BLDG. S'UART about 5 per cent of knowledge and
REAL ESTATE 95 per cent of hard work and per-
spiration, for the physical work was

: Old' P. 0. Bldg. Phonq 81 done almost wholly by himself. Sev-
Soeral months ago his hand was in-
R. -' R. Ricou & Sons jured in a motor accident so that it
," RIO ST. LUCIE DEVELOP- is now incapacitated for further use, C
MENT CORP.' Company but fortunately he is independently
situated so that he is not dependent
: WEST PALM BEACH Martin County Real Estate upon manual labor for an existence. C
S Daurs St. Phone 1931 The three great things stressed by
SSt. Lucie Bldg. STUART JENSEN Dr. Petersen are diversification of
,. STUART, LA planting, conservation of humus and
thorough preparation of the soil be-
^ fore planting. His citrus grove is J. W. HOFFMAN, Vice-Pres.
5 '--'-- p plantedd in the checks between rows City Building
Wui WORTH & WORTH with bananas, papayas, pineapples St.AuustineFla.
tA ETAT BO E and other smaller fruiting trees and S A usi,
1EALETATE B OKES plants, so that practicalU every foot
.'.. Desirable Propertiesof ground is productive$ When land
9i.V. .: m B yu' listing, is being cleared nearby or ground
A" '" *. o., ,FOURTH TRET STUART being made ready for winter gardens
r "''. '. he saves the farmers the trouble of
:r'l +l;!: l:'fn: I i -burning the roots and grass, hauls it -
away and piles it on his land to I



nic Factors Affecting
sportation Needs To
Be Studied

'vey of economic factors af-
ransportation in Florida will
d within the next week by
irtmeint of Commerce with
tanee of the Florida Ship-
;ion al Advisory board and
e Chamber of Commerce.
irvey will cover commodity
ts of cement, tile, brick,
sand asnd gravel, lime rock,
alt, and will deal with the
on, turnover, stocks on hand
oibution of these cotnmodi-
te Cricher, of the transpor-
ivision of the department
chosen by director of the
transportation field survey
scheduled to meet with the
committee of the Florida
SRegional Advisory board
to make final plans for the
a, of the work.
ing Essential to Health
H. Bryan, formerly a prom-
rgeon at Chicago, and who
n a specialist on chronic
ce establishing his residence
la, has asked the board of
of the hospital at Braderil-
relief from service at the
with the exception of Thurs-
Sundays. The doctor said
other work to perform. When
hy he desired relief he said
as I consider it, is essen-
the- maintenance of my

A Good Suggestion
horticultural xpert of the
periment station says:
over all trees, shrubs and
A rub or cut off new shoots
e started in the wrong places
rowded. It will pay much
o do a little easy pruning
n to wait until next winter
ants have made a lot of mis-
rowth and then have to cut

f the girls would use about
their Charleston efiergy in
dishes and cleaning house,
work about the house
e considerably easier.

A Kentucky flapper slapped a
preacher's face because he made
ugly remarks about bobbed hair.
Had he spoken of the lip-stick he'
might have had his whole face
knocked off.
Winter Haven-$150,000 bond is-
sue to be voted on, for additional
.school facilities.

The Sesqui-Centennial is open in
Philadelphia. But the, natives
haven't heard about it yet.
If you save a dollar. today, that's
thrift; if you save it tomorrow,
that's will power.
Lakeland-$300,000 to be spent,
improving Lake Mirror.


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tanks. Durably construct-
ed and chemically able to,
dispose of all waste.
A size for every home,
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)f Land cleared, plowed, harrowed and fenced,
on hard surfaced road


In Southeastern Seminole County ,
e section, on Okeechobee Division F. E. C. Ry.

ce for each ten-acre unit, including 5-room
igalow, with bath and garage, $7,500.00.
fourth down, balance in 1, 2, and 3 years.

Resident and Business Lots at Chuluota
From $350.00 to $1,800.00 Per 1Z,0.

Investigate This property.

surfaced highways to Chuluota from Sanford
rndo, and East Coast at Indian River City.

Hotel Accommodations at Reasonable Rates

Resident Agent
Chuluota, Fla.


Friday, August 6, 1926



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I ,iMRS. HlNY'S Don't li, truth is much moren .....Commen.t by the
Don't waste~ time, it is more valuw
Pulihe vey ria a Surt Ford, n heS.uceable than moey BYL MRS. C. S. HAN~EY VIITR ARRIVING retrd lanfo
W Y .NOT Don't go l+ rwi p you i lndcp impc ree proposed.i

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And i iw lie rd kest day r egist flra iion lof62 anearnest club

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pderthe At of arch 187.- 1 ish e could all be4 getlr, TW LV GODE RULESt fromi al vebheUitdSt
anz oraizto tha added, sinc Fenat
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Andth prmie o Gd, urFater Be prom t in y all things abov sujc -ha an importnt brdr.nies s t4
Hismeaureessstrngt toshae. yak go d acule bain~"tacs p~~ lsce on'the ten days progmrcam. Ther b a refw woblee h ncnldn
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study see to3 cosev on ft gets heeihwveahathe oe Reain f
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I am taking theliberty of sending your editorial inicined in the.American.language..economic. appreia

not~ belev thwau ar h es

fering., or Amherica. No other~ honri a-i fr h odt lyotadcnen hs

to Anml ans the b s wod t be u erai g, m ro n'payn e r may sca. OU PL AS N SUM ERS newspaper ad
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these, Go rauet at sol ult o bild a o bete aorl d. Thelnsa pebl onst thceape o- su .B ah ls e
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