The Fort Myers press

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The Fort Myers press
Uniform Title:
Fort Myers press (Fort Myers, Fla. 1914)
Place of Publication:
Fort Myers Fla
J.M. Callahan
Creation Date:
February 2, 1925
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Fort Myers (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Lee County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Lee -- Fort Myers
26.631667 x -81.857222


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 4, no. 25 (Apr. 13, 1914)-

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Fort Myers weekly press
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Weekly press (Fort Myers, Fla.)
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Fort Myers daily press
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Fort Myers tropical news
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Fort Myers news-press


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t i : General Business Conditions .: <- ---- Seml.RIgld Trait Designed! By G.od- -- f --- '. :

I In Florida and Neighbor?. year .Zf>ppt'Ua Cerp. for I Leon Stern Now Miami Resident -. ,

I States Reflect Great FOB THE CITPS BEXEFIT I Geremameat 1 I. FORD AT LABLLLE TODAY Paints Brilliant Word Picture ;.... '

Activity W. )I. Ilarley will donate his AKRON By Tk 0., Feb.Aoriatd 2.Work Pan)on the I t 1m I Henry Ford and party motored Of City'sPossibilities

By Tae A..ortar4 Pr ..> holdings In the Fort Myers Yacht seven semi-rigid airships being constructed j ;:- I ta LaBelle early this morning and I
ATLANTA. Feb. 2. -An increase t Golf -club, to the city. Mr., here by the Goody -ar-Zep- < will probably upend the day in the i -
over 1922 of approximately; 100000. I Harley's action Is In accord with ,pelin corporation for the United I Hendry county capital lookingover i I "After two tripe to Fort :Myirsi in '
I the generous offer made by other which I have tJte reeghly investigated -
.000 in value of agricultural productlon States government is being pushed as the Ford holdings.Mr. .
'. !! public spirited citizens of the .. ,. tvr i the city and I Its fatal 1 have decided -
of the six etatee comprising( the rapidly as p aaible. Tbe'RS-1. largest I' Ford is reported as being
City of Palm, that fore are MMe of theI
Sixth Federal Reserve District together I ship of Its kind ever, built Is %j- % ,t much pleased with the progres- 10lf
'' 'with evident improvement in I practically completed and Is being Y---- : I siveness displayed by the little I greatest poeMMfRlee any aaa
; o i who wishes to mate Ptoflda ianwtJ -
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general business conditions in the I'shipped to Scott Field near Saint :! pioneer city. i
'' I J Btntssaid leas Steen la am .tttter-
district coupled with the tact that i Louis for assembly and test flight. .
view with a Press reporter late 8ati -
saving deposits! continued to increase All of the ships are to be used by I .

:::1 4 over the.. preceding* year, as well as TAfAFAIRTOOISPlAYT I the United States army for training I i nrday. evening.Mr. Stern has been a. ,eMct q*

loans and demand deposit being I T purposes. Each is equipped with the ', iiATId N- W E'Vlll |I :Miami three years and la ......... .
-* higher I I. shown 'In the January latest Improved photographic and of the Stern-Oordon Heal stain *

business review issued by the gore Major Norman %V'. Peek of the j Investment Company, 149 East: 11a- t

ernment institution, today covering I United States army is superintending \ BRING HAVAIII \ ler street of that city.
,.the' Sixth Federal Reserve district, AND VARIED RESOURCES construction for the government, g As he stated this la Ida .....

Building throughout the district and will fly the HS-1 on its test trip to Fort Myers. tie Ant

also continued at a higher )level than > flight been made eases ..sks aka \: I
} ,In past months, the review showing Mere Than Thirty feaai" Hare Of the six smaller ships being con- ( I first trip was newels 'I; .lost I

that permits issued in twenty cities- Arranged .'.1' Their struc\ \ed, three are of the 3'TC type ground over. la tba''e.4ipB( 'It'lle ,

totaled nearly {11,000,000, or 41 per Kxhibits: i with a gas capacity of. 200.000 cupic investigated the ...... .... tetra
cent greater than In December 1SZ3.: feet and propelled] by torn 140-horse i i''Flylnt' FKfcVIM I IlYord Inland oughly with. a vle n r Iag .la-

Rorrenlngr Decline TAMPA Feb. 2.-Under auspiceseven power' motor, and three are of the I Territory Brtttr fwnmoalcatlon vestments. ." '

'h.., Borrowing from the Federal Reaerve brighter than ever before the 3 TA type, powered by two 'OX' Cur- I: California Pioneer

-. Bank showed further: declines South Florida Fair will open in Tam tie motors. I "- In the early 4 ttp of real eetate development -
during the month says; the review The HS-1 Is the first semirigidship HOXOLULU.When the In CarJrornla 54r. Stem
while. debits to' individual accountsat pa February 3rd to 14th Ineloa ve. to be built here. It is %s'l, feet I new MAtson steamer Malolo (Flying was one of the pioneer reed entire

twenty-four cities'showed an increase The interests of the South Florida] long 70 1-2 feet in diameter and hasa Fish) now under construction In men in what he theft. 1. aB.. Tie.

.} of approximately 18,600,000 Fair of 1925 permeates not only this helium gas capacity ot 'j}9.000 cu- I Xew York at a cost of nearly $8,000- wilds of California" Three year

during the week ended January 11 section of the state but every por- bic feet. The ordinary cruising speed 000 is completed passenger accommodations ago his,sUeatiea ..*. canted. Ito F".. .
ever th. corresponding week Jn 1923. will be 53: miles an hour but the vessel r'I I between Hawaii and the' Ida and he Iaa4e$ <. Miami on Jan-
tion of Florida. Tampa is. preparing I Inulltr mainland wll practically be doubled. I 10th .
The increase: in the money returnto will be capable of making 70 '\ is. ; nary t.II4It year. ,
farmer In the Sixth district UH tOt enormous crowds, and General miles when the occasion<< demand Due to the increasing interest 111'I After iuoklnt. or the !iuution+ hs
year ,over 1923 Is particularly! signifl-r Manager P. T. "Strteder has his organization I the Hawaiian Islands shown by the decided tfcat .*$** wilds ot Florida-

cant a* being indicative+ of the general forces all perfected and Hughe (la insert) novelist I burst traffic of this year", the Matson were eat&qi hits and ke. .male a c-are-
Industriously working to make the t company Is constructing: the liner to fal study of tills sato frB Cap.-
upward of business accordIng OLYMPIC STAR
tread scenario writW
to the review. The f 120,060,000 coining event not only greater inmagnitude and motion picture R I meet the demand for traveling space. I I Sable at the e2tretlte souther fn-, >

*.increase In production ia based it but eclipsing all past FOR TAMPA FAIR ftiirvctor. U to be married again. 'I Plans given oat in HoaohHu recently rot the maiolaad, north to Hacks ,-..
records. In attendance. I' which are being followed in I sad the*) to the xi.rcnw e- -
-4 estimates for 22
principal '
aa.r"011 The tens of thousands' pf visitors .crops. All states in the district shamed ta this Fair in the past wilt testify TAMPA.' Feb. %.-:Miss Martha e the Malolo will be one of the most Altec. : t..... *e eurth: iut arriM i
in the increase Louisiana. His bride will be (
; except that |tt is unexcelled as a great advertising l\oreiIUl. winner of the 400 meter }' Elizabeth Patterson elaborate boats that ever cruised the at the (fectefc* quoted in the files

where estimates by the agriculturaldeparimentabow medium for the entire state' race In free style events In the Olvm- Dial' (above, a duovie acires I Pacific Accommodations wilt be i I paragraph of title article +
( a four million' dollar J displaying as it does the multitude of ply races. at Paris last July will a a furnished for 60 first class passed-1! lsen OPPOI1JiRIt ,
decrease la value of crop, com-J which in in the swimming meet to be I with modern | He tlwt
: resources 1'f Florida, variety compete ,gets many; convenien- I elate rlzii! bt-t" I m Fni
pared.wlth 192J: ; : and quality excel those of any other,, held here February 21 and %2, it is ces aboard including telephones, elevatora i Myer sad 1pi isnnact'ute' \ II ,any irttk
The;Jl4i1loG. in I.. >ul iana'ar8aid'byfthe | 'j D. chairmanof and'
ccajmonwealth.- ,announced by P. Davis beauty shovel awbamlnz | greatest opporunitHs (ori;-
reriew; to .be principally i The, South Florida.Fair for .ev,Tal" the board of trade's committee on I pool. -'f' iveeaaaoets I 8s1d gave as hn.-goat toe
attribt ble l to tte'lower-return, from! year past baa'enjoyed the distinction winter sports program.- THE INQUIRING RIVER SURVEY The ship will have a maxUnam': J 1n'[ -Miami I sad its hurrowod-

the sugar .crop, although decreases: of velipsing other occasion .fn the ,1\1111. fforeiiug is a native of Stock-- ,r speed of 23 knots per"hour and will 1 lug i coBStey today,. i I. iwipfi by -

.... .,'1.w*, .iisQalawctrtn.tD'gstWT'! f+ *4k fi7 f..tht Scne-fn tb e natter wf: *o ifr3wa 0! corn and cotton j jo attendance\ This Is due tP'th great many years been an American citl- 11 11nal 1 lam ran. Proceeding haltPeed !}[I waterway now jfraeUcally aswun.1Fert
4 -fTebarce trop Inrrcas. 'I interest manifested in .{he annual sea and is swimming instructor at the boat will be able to travel at 17''f and the Tamiami Trail which 1m 5!;,'

j.".""Jn the .other. .states," prices view! : event and the enthnflastlc support White Sulphur Springs W. Va. Eark litrrrtt day ke, .a asks the a rtQl WASHIAGTO.V, Feb. 2.-TIte knots pel" hour. The greater speed''!lecnrpletad t hi the next year-egealnk i,

t&lna.pelut to higher. of I given. by the people of Tampa inachieving :at).,.. bill to authorize the preliminary which the Malolo WiH Dave over present | the west- coast to for east oon'- .-

corn and wheat, larger returns were : the success sa valuable to surrey of tile Caloosaaatcfcee: boat plying betweee$'Hawaff; and || undUtev'..-mg of U>4 Seatx>ard An

received- -from. these, crop,;, 'although i all the people of the state and so Sir Walter Scott's 'KST10A: What comic In the riser in Florida. with a flew te the mainland will cut thfr length ol ., Line railroad, extension ot the Atlantic

In;"Alabama,' Tenneigee: and, lllssia- : creditable to tiha city of Tampa. Press do you enjoy the moSt and control the iloed balen411 the trip down to four and a half days, i i GrinLine railroad as welt as
stppl' the ,actual production .was : More than" 30 counties have arranged Clothes Exhibited I I passed today by the house. and where at present ,at least six, days other railroad which are dead,ng
somewhat smaller than that of 1923.I for displays most creditable why Milt to the senate. are required for the trtp.? ,r for Miami. it wUl become the greatest -

Production of Data and hay,was also and new and ''novel features will be Br( Tk Atuwteted" Press) U.K..lfll.: In front of Arcade. Residents Hawaii are anticipating seaport in Florida."

lower, than In,1923, -but the tobacco : added to the usual amusement pro- SEATTLE, Wash. Feb. -A hand- I "George U King Illinois visitor: BEGIN BUILDINGIN r the launching with Interest as it "Miami Is within forty hairs of

pop'-showed *' substantial Increase, j gram. tailored broadcloth coat and vest i"Everett True has been my favorite will mean, a quicker mall service I I eighty millions of people wtth climate -
worn 140 years ago by Sir Walter YORK MANOR and closer relations to nA. thin
aad potatoes:were marketed ia larger : Visitors to the fair this year will generally; between second BODe means
Scott almost identical in line with for over ten years because he actually -
I the island and the mainland a population of .Wt tahaJbttant
volume Staple) crop in Florida are bo amazed at the many developments
of the those worn today on formal occasions : does the things that I would sometimes The work of laying foundations for laU the year 'round."
responsible for -a large part i iI characterizing Tampa's growth in recent I
@ was exhibited. in a tailors' show like to and dare not"Peter four new houses In York Manor All Year Round Slate
I increase shown in that state as the Il.ontha.! and they will) find a I I
,""1'118'f truck crop* was slightly I most cordial welcome on the Part of here recently. Gedney. Xew York visitor: Senator Charles A SUdler's new Herrin, .Illinois, Scene Mr. Stern stated tbt a gceej( many f

101fer't.ba1l! 'In 192J, and the vslne-of' all Tampa which is arranging for the J A daughter of Sir Walter gave the :"Everett True is my favorite of the development was begun, today. These Of Another Shooting people are under; 'MM te>taesB tttfFlorida.
coat to an English friend of his and Press comics. Ills outbursts help house : U not *' .l .the year: ',...
a tber l ltrua.trop, based December. greatest crowds in its history. i nato four wll1.)e. of the highest .
small increase The concensus of opinion throughout came down from generation to gear see! our own mistakes sometimes. type ot Lee county homes and will state but hating been very beoy this
price, showed: only a ertlcn. Every flitch in the garmentwas IJ ERR: IX Feb. %.-With a meetingof summer he was cMBiriifled to nsaaiB
," -'-" the state is that this annual I dire Mary Bush: North Carolina be surrounded by acres of land, Instead
; done by hand. The broad lapelsare the grand Jury oader' way today at In Miami aH su rmr' sad the
yz long
I I visitor "When I little I livedIn of
Retail trade In December; according event has been a. great stimulus to : was lots. Senator Stadler'shouse
1 properly notched, and cut square Marion Illinois, it i. probable a tbor- I ta
Y temperature never wa over -
a "one horse" town that had much is cost .
report received by the Federal the progress and prosperity of all expected to $150,000.The
: -Jo in front. ongh Investigation be made Intothe I in the shade wad tar. Steva .amore
Reserve' Dank from 48 departmeat'torC4Joeated Florida it has brought to the minds the same characters a* appear in thePress' house started today are to be
} Claw-hammer tails reached, to the slaying of a la.
stranger the. Ly- comfortable: than he had keen
of i "Old Home Town" comic. I StadteV Tanner ,
throughout, She the multitude the matchless resources :built for Senator W. M. -
bend in the knee. The waistcoat. was I mar hotel dining room here yesterday -i in New York at the. same t *ap ea-
'e than five percent f'the state and furnished I hare followed .it in my Xorth Carolina L, C. Curtright and Charles RRElweS. -
district, was more of brocaded purple silk with small by Policeman Rufus Whitaon, turf
greater than December Of 1923. visual lessons- the Individual opportunities paper and was much pleased to the senator'* nephew. i; '
round colorful buttons. who was exonerated on the grounds tie made the aiM*>Bai! that he is
+ which Florida offers. see H was a feature.of. the Press
it also true
ass ;the reyiiw, and was that be'was discharging his duty as i ian more than a rflea jr Nrariaed to
s As is well known the South Florida
.hat* December sales were likewise down here too. Huge Bolder HoldsKentuckian find Fort Myeri b It| 9&1
officer. |eM crowIng -
j .
Fair. .U np_profit sharing proposition.It
greater than those in .November is conducted through motive that Hague, Seeks Prisoner The maD while In a rough and turn- ] towns In'tlSs tlktguei Of the t'nit- i
'all reporting "cities. It (Is shown ac- Policeman ed States" kndg-iitfW'l.'_e Pmaklta
are enterprising and patriotic with American Advice TWO' MORS1MJ. SEETHES: ble fight with Jim. Stephens ;
.cor ding to,the review: that increased interest _;r--- was. shot] by ""Ist D. i Arms" he conrlnnM. '1 Isiw .. cU- i
( the motive ever in view of ( Tk AixxUUd Press)
(6y *
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uatoea. was reported from all cities (Bj Tbs A orta! Press> tlo Irons gathered at a t&.4lfis ef the 1 j
'! ing thousands of people and showingto THE HAGUE, Feb. 2.-T-1I. tJaquith CAVE CITY. Ky. Feb'J.- ?le .
ik.In+ the Sixth,district fxcept Savannah SAINT PETERSBURG Feb. 2.- I Fifty Thousand cteh, Jl' as glad U r
them Florida's J'uov.rces.'aad convincing director( of the Kear East cane today for the rescue: of Floyd !
Nashville and J ek,on. 'although the : The First Presbyterian church U the ; ,oOo 3IEETISG POSTPONEDOn () see that spirit-you can safety say I Ito
i themof'the this .:: .;1. by huge bold. -
opportunities i oU1Ds. pinioned a '
Relief In
Greece, has Invited to theHague
decline at these center, were malL latest addition to those in this cit> I member of this c:1ub1at.! with I
I offer crevice of sand eaT.3ot feet :
state er la a a
as an advisor in the controversy
; WheIMie Outlook (:ioodIVJioIesale I .. holding double preaching service account of church'lervlce: and I my experience from Ca&orala to !
I between Greece and Turkey each in order to accommodate ,,from the entrance since Friday New York in developing I
trade during December I Sunday morning the original Tamlaml Trail Blaiers' t]' u" countries -
;4- compared "favorably"} with bus Iud Lauderdale Papers. over the exchange of population, an the large crowds that attend morning. monthly meeting to ie held on the j and after looking over Uke eit- $
aftermath of the Smyrna Disaster. I The rescuer hope to cut away enough i
according( to the review services. night of February 4th; the annual ,J nation her., If It wa* up to nx I
a year ago '
which-an Jep 9rts were received : Merged by PurchaserBy This placed International in the handa.dispute has been Two other churches have been. pb- of the stone ta release' -- Its- victim ,lIJeetlDsf the Fifty Thoosand club \ would go them one better and make t

from' 150 representative; arms in the: of the Hague serving this custom for several I will be postponed until a later date ; Itone Hundred Thousand club." !
.. World Court Arbitration.! Mr. weeks. Collins had gone Into the cave Friday t Co rajk>n Xeam SICCCMIa
'In nine different line*. Gro Tki A "tl tnl run) ; which will be announced la few p
district: : :, FORT LAUDERDALE, 'Feb. t--l; Jaquith bad a large'unofficial+ part in to Explore, when the bolder JelLCQUBT i days. the first place. $e stated, If Fort

y .; ; S. Calvin and W. iGaljjn, publishers : alleviating the"misery and suffering f. 'I I Myer and U* surrounding country I
t supplies r\e4 1.uJSTon....
of several 'newspaper in Ohio accompanied refugee index H1SSLVG will work
1 described ;' a. early pioneers ef Cal-
November which ( BUST
business over hare bought'the Fort Lauderdale into Greece directing the Am- qI' t itornia worked
[ their task wQl be an
Team Be Lost
in tM'review a* "unusual at Evening Sentinel, from George G. eden relief work which is credited XEW YORK Feb, 2.Ethel Leg- Dog May 11 t ay one. He said thtt'in aQ. email
,thl* 'ihne'of"'the rear beeause'the Matthews, and the Herald a' weekly nits'saving 25 desire,on tik part.of retailer to, Judge U. U. Seville tried the following
pubUcailon, Irons John ,Sherwin a week ago was found at the factions and faction mast be forgotf -
shoe a M tn'esttorles"at'the end ot home of friends outside of New York, canes: The case of Mathews. ..
it is announced here. (By Tk AMMUNOU& Press) ;I f tea If there i* the co-operaOoa between -
the jasTpr.,fcTicw also says that >.Immediate construction of a mod- French Billiard ExpertTo It was reported today. eG1ored"vaa continued anti; tomor Feb. 2. A blizzard i* raging '. every man woman, and child:

accoiejlte t.t ;*) itementta'contalued" mman1l"'Pol1l''tom e n:;>>ewpapei to boss- 'the Come to America r w'f-Ca n roD, "of Marco, wan fined* : along the Bering sea. coast. The j| to build -> Fort kiy r j the fifty thousand -
the-variona firms !)' on'a of.'ih 1kw"s.
merged papers is contemplated by I charge temperature last Bight hovered mark will be a*4*.o eker than
the past! ,yer\was: :Jhe best period vln :::01i'nt' is reports The :shy: Tae A...rUlc4<< rr*"> BATTLE BLACKMAILERS i. H. Hogan, charged with disorderly around the ten below zero point the'' U anticipated.Tuh ii

poteot,: b+*te "j, they; have espedeaaai -Isentli el, was\founded' by J Mr >fctj PARIS, Feb. %.-"I never'seemed to wonderful rfrtr, tM bay

"j* wvrr ; made, 4, semi-weekly and -last ,summer United States." a54 Roger;. Contt after blackmailer-'are antler arrest !jail for fighting; C. U Anltman. wa there Is no mean* of ascertaining the there, in connection wfe! the eliaat
T e prod e on .ot, *yrup' in Louis; became. a dill/. r. 1': -r winning the J.8.2 billiard' championship today One ;of them U. probably dying fined $5 Jot speeding; JameaStAI-, whereabouts of the dog team with the ,std the wonderftl .back. _* _trY talc
i Is *" 'at_Sf83; 000 gallon com- fore, coL. wass. Hoed |50 on a Charge
Un gi > .. of France, with .a grand following -a- gas battle with anti-toxin eriam. I I. bound la feteoBaftithe/ city between
party .w tth t.718,000.gallona ta 192X.JT ; average/*. 69.44 for 2,500 points and three detective -who trapped them: In !>(. drunkenness.OBDERS'FlTOttlBLE! The time of its arrival here u un- Tampa and lftT* i
.4 cUa4 i 'at wolasses ,Is estimated (.'NIL DISTRICT SUGGESTED: : tea unfinished run of- ..1: two world's an attempt -to secure 110,90d from a r certain. f "Alter {aavu%;'efa on my

at JMW"If/faHon*' compared with my Tae Aseertate4 tree.) records'' for tournament play. Catholic: priest."f. : KEPOBT b bI i Crai_ trip," be_.*kat 67jl, travel. _

16.TtM.fTlo ,ttJI.: The total acre'age is-USTiS. Feb. S.-rCount} s that Goad's performances In America One detective was Rounded.w I \ '. t tnrcuia ie KtbAry VIA. Collier
'ina: .... !Jul Louisiana Is would be affected fey a north; and were: Chicago. 1921. 'finished fourth --- WASHI\GTOX. -Feb. I-For the Peg Causes Crash ;i ir. counties and to my .*v rio and
:-317.. iw _"-jerlew atateL south. canal connecting the 'Ocklawana with average 23.60; N'ew York 1922 amazement I learned tfce true tu
L.- reported? week .: rlter and the Kissimmee'river third with 9.06; levy York. 1923 last Suspects Arrested For second 'lime; the senate! Judiciary r.* Of Automobiles. ) regarding! the pJan* of" Barros (i.OoUier .
:$mmittee, today ordered favorable t :....
'11 Mr. eaaka"ln "stlected el- systems should bring aboa| the with 1Ll0.a -- ; I and hfe 'anrtfjjJLM who aN I
tl..1 i g(' ,."' reached -* point creation of a district to raise The young French player was Egypt Assassination report ley-Geaeral on the nonUna\Soo of JUtor- lists morning early Bert Tau'i bound to buff vf ..-... ee....ay for
pigbet' thaw stone' to ,be:. supreme. runningwith hU dimmer, a both. Fort Myers and lltMai thai will
yes ; any by taxation with'which to finance establishment somewhat chagrined because of the I '
'" 'iT -' tiro,years, act "ot 'the canal, 'it la suggested. pessimism.with which his performances
', W',*irbehg tal"V 'by CW. :;G, A.' Tonngberg; division _(. here have. been. greeted. in America WXDOX Feb.. 2--A Rettter'a dispatch Harry P. Johnson on First street and,,'. Cellfyr'a Deeltpeata!
.) ,.c** Ioa_ = engineer In charge. 'of waterways ; from Cairo say the greatest SETT. )11:011 HAY AS A .SERTICE1IAVASA badly damaged his par: :Ford .car. :.. ."I /Iearfce4," &&. SieVn cotuiiij!.d,

dmejqjimeot% and maintenance, II t have. a good, many year of billiarc importance ia attached to the are lid say*. that tkefOI dlmthed btsplndshlel& "that they own ;and 6ntro! over
.1..1 -, : ittF1orN1Iw.Coloaety 'v .- 4 **;aaead of me." said the 23- rest of two'Ken. Saturday la connection : 'Fe:". S.-Tare* :.weeklyiailisjr and tal!! 4id' sot' eee the h three. minion: acres of tend snit> : b<.u -\

;r > LI ay this :.wouldhaw t je: >m, Frenchebamploa! 'phflosoUphtsfMf -* with/the asaslBs.tion._. .of,Sirdar, :! ea" k way: bsfweea pavans truck) satS It wall -too '; late The Barroa. Collier"-Qdi4ed U'UYlnff..l\. }

t. Ia i tby:: and too, : ''Teifeaps t.may yet be able Sir Le@ Stack, rod .Miiimt.+ jUrttng todiy will benafataiaed track \1 fie did tot'wait to.W iden wanld'sok-odrr, a. sere
<- ra sl>dtet :.;.. =. t th fe- local< co,Uo. pear. :the..:Aflttrlcanathat I can The men .wem Irving ia-: escape *>r the steamer City of tiflod. Mr. Tau Ears. The damage wa hoWlnjs for tale until he team; : t _

:,1923. IIy .41bf$30.DeUaahet Ikcieni.---<'relied upon fox, play billiards. If I" doJ 't do if this into TropoU saisd aboard' a Irate. icatyle, 'during the, burial aeuon. It about $10 a&*;car wax: a newone his trgaspctaiioa ant .. ii. ...,> "

bjNIna Wier.the lar4gstd latent. lie ot ,the i 1}year.: well> tiere are. -other year.*t i : from Alexandria,: They tarried ant* !aaOanaunce&, fhle moaning >iy the / nnln= withtemp0raty Betnse. -I 1 menu so -IS to 'i:relay fen seettui.caatfaucd .

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'"...e"'i."tI ._ '" ._ -" THE FonT TEns I'RF.CC: FOnT rnR, FLORID.. Jlon.n .IFfEnitiOY_ FEunUJRT, .x11::,rYgr

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re11t Saadar a&nw R.M BBfl..*.. .' J*& i.W a pr .--- I '
J 0-.2. >Y-. i,tale Stj i.i An >ryera..F% TM. ,- City planning is now such a common thing I '

," L> '. '-" +OW1'e4'B y ,.' 1..f-" './' that it no longer causes comment anywhere. The : )I.ndar; Serend't .t ',.
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THETORTMYERS RSESS;Incorporatedan fc city that!\ does not do some'real planning is behind I Tourist Hall -Ieft.. -

ttiEE61ts1. KJIOg.; ..."' hbll.her 6eoaraI, aaiserits..4 the times. Planning Boards and Commis- o'clock: at CommonHy 'a

...;..........a.sfl.a.att.e.3a.a.A.14, UU,r"ties ions are at work in sections of the country, and --\.. I}has man been street arranged A* excellent and ***J,1.on.rBa .
.m flCtae at rert *tT r$ Florida.) under the Act et Mux* I. professional; planners have become: famous for .
1 welewneWomen
.. the work they have done. Now counties \ : a made .
Y a .. .u.'UII&IIft _Haa.ahar x1.1211 lad aa many f
:.. 4la117 on Virch 14. 1I1L. : .. ,.,. : hive planned l campaigns that will add greatly to IJ I Baptist '* MtaateMr.
the 'attractiveness of their roadsJparka and tblr,'meetfl55
tit9HEl O.'J'u.-.JQ'U' IT'he pub J: I will hoid regular m
Ataarittoa Pte.i Ii nctu.I_., .nttta sal th. M* far ic'buiWmgs! which make provision for wider at church at S o'd **. An czaeeivemeeting
....f"4..'"'-c.h ail thla__ AitpXchoi... d
; deal to not only the counties affected but the entire ; r meeting, by halt. an. bour.. t
t rt to !f n uWlcatSoa at IIiIdal YTlarotzs ire ,
aJM odntry. Here' are the :Aims of one county-
A ".lo. ,
rrte4 SCaC21PTI01f r' Lim Y d+tr There will be a regular
planning commission ;;jti tv tting to work with
' has, ,CsAMr,"CSaEatasOatdde :Cjllez': t-t : ; DgI tAKE 1 :-oowetlacOfna.o.Wllkin- I
, the : taking + (
most .the initiative
,0 4 r 1IC417, (b.atiar 1oIte' a. t patseh .... populous city : fcn son Post No. 30. of the
oath I L7s' "'I1IrM OIM 1IIeattta' '_.yn f "Adoption of a comprehensive plan of county r r l l o loo t American Legion at 1.39:
Bit oatU 3.21 Silt Kcq aa.aa development so that arteries of traffic, sewer o'sfoekTsewiiy' ;
( i I6C lea 0. and water districts, and other betterments may -

.:..., mt)"et* Pres.;::r'J';: years designed provide for the needs of 15 to 20 A A The p, 'E(O.'*iAptr wile meet in I.

session at 7:30: p. m. at the
it "Promotion of a co-operative spirit among t- regular
I !fc, 4 Anderson -
_._ home of Mrs
: --TINO'MEMB> various municipalities which are in the same geographical avenue. All risking members \'
class in the l
: matter of improvements,
0"0"T ad"''of between and will receive cordial. .welcome
EDI <>QW: co-operation municipalities ;

+fZq', 4 st t' 19124153GCMTION the, 'county' The beard of governors of the wo-
:' "An attempt to work out a gentleman' ma.'* "l9oa of the chamber of
.. .. ,. I agreement with the various political subdivisions ti commerce will held Its regular meeting -

to abide. by broad scale plans, and at least to confer a OM Tuesday February 3rd at 7:30 .
a...... $e duns Ietrspap.'T.lil.( .'. .1. Hlatle... with the plan board before putting through i fi p, m., in the chamber of commerce
,.wa as eAmher -Ftirti teaia7liaidattoa.i ; improvements that may have an effect on adjacent rooms. JUmbers rged to be. present ,
J&at ei"nirth-" odat '>> IIIei '
_. territory."An t / 5 -5
'' Seuth'rlerlia !rrtM I 4s.daWitiy to advise with municipalities
t" .i' ... effort on The Elizabeth Benevolent. society '?
.... ... the way out of financial difficulties that beset I sJR .meet at the.home ,of )IJsj M.
Mowfay AfUrnoea, February 2, 1925 t tSi improvements'and often impede necessary progress tl Flossie HIM %:30 o',{ock. Important .f.
11.- 1W because few of the villages financially "
= "- are strong business. J
i.. -" BIB.2111OVGHT FOR TODAY'S ., -
erases ==Solite itfJJSi *' The Lydia Shands Wesley Bl
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W tt. is r e nariot$ aad songs i iuhofsbut wreatl4tesienf4er" C. ,' /TO HEAR FROM BORAH NOW I i L FQi I II J class F;will Tarrer meet In at :I East o'elockwith'Pbrt.Myers.Cars ''Mrs.. .
1 eliaaael'l tt i{ : t.
i Rc't will leave the church at. 2j45p ; "
"'f',GoL Psalm l '20? 7fi .- One effect of the cabinet.reorganization which r f m. Visitors! are, eordlally. 'invited.. ..,
hM been going.on,lately has been to place Sena-
.;. "HE+ FOEP. IIYPk39'1ZLATFOEa' tori Borah in a position of greatly increased in Thursday,
t.. -"''' -4: fluence.: Installation of officers will be:held. '. -

t A Safdfir iii'.LeU.. .1'IHIa ... The Senate Foreign Relations Committee by Dixon: : Camp No. 9683t Royal ,

"1.:'.will.t, *.?i?'** fH'.*!* YiateipsiIWaIerWsfeaPmt.1 : chairmanship into which Senator Borah stepped 1, Neighbors of America fa Pythian
it':... ** *. Hair at 7:30 o'clock Visiting..Neighbors .
ML ."* upon'the death of Senator Lodge is important in I welcome. '.
-.' I Ua4. Park MA ..*Wmti AidVMftx tself. In the Idaho statesman's case, however
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tgrjalyai 'lit v .., ,7 ..; -.; ,. r. ;.
t lIt lost of its because he I
it something importance, I II The Woman's society of the Presbyterian -
1'fI> < frM. DesJerara I and Secretary Hughes ,disagreed on most questions Tourists Now Motor\ peace and constable respectively of''I young men who would willingly come church. will hold a regular
th..1TrM. $ k Fpsiesrt.E.setl.PHpu of foreign policy, and the Secretary insistedon District 3. Bay county J, R. Bran- to Florida to help build it up If they :all day meting in the church parlors. }
..1verTbfssef t.- 'Pm", btraac.. for. having his own way. To Bontok WildernessBy nan Melbourne, constable district C, I only knew its possibilities. My advice -I A cordial invitation i. extended to
O .'{... : ** *: *' ; t;! ,;This'was notably the case in the matter of Braved county; A. G. Chaudron. to every young man who can sea '",lslt rs. Luncheon served at-12:00,
""''C .rte., 'C. ity'1 By/tpa et ....... : ..' the American attitude toward Russia. TIe AtMCiaU Pre..) Century, Justice of peace district I his way clear to come to Florida and Business meeting at ZfotJowed. ,by

:. ': &: .t;:T. ItI 4 tai..-'.InJl.... "#-'ail" ""Fan-.,.. ... t It. Borah"has maintained from the first that MANILA. Feb. 2.-Tbe famous rice 6. Escambla; J F. Armstrong. Quay stay by it. is he will certainly reap missionary meeting. *
'Ha "_:" .. the United States ought to recognize the Moscow terraces of the Ifugao tribe in the constable distric\ 8, Saint Lncie. andT I the benefits conferred by all those I -
: >ilri tlff.'A" ,as .4 Wghwajf Hclmllig: 1+iOag tfPataw f : Bontok region of the Mountain province S. Godwin Waukeenah, Justice of :I men who now engaged with their vision Thursday TwelfthTbe
teeMIt"! atom"TaalaaETnift. tClfsrweraa! government" Hughes refused positively to which always have been inaccessible peace, district 10. Jefferson county t and money buDding np-not, Church Service League: ofSaint ..
have anything to do' with Russia officially so to the utside world except only! one particular spot but the Luke'r Episcopal church will .

''.dk"'r feluly sS.u] '.d. Oufislataa'sE* "'1"n.>R.yatlPtdaa. "r akag long aa'the "reds" remain in control. over a narrow* mountain trail,. will tXPKECEl E>TED GROWTH FOR i Jrhole state of Florida. It Is growing : serve a church: sapper OIL Lincoln'sibirtltitay : .:d[

.1" ;JIW"' < ': Tj ; : .aj n" ; President. Coolidge has upheld hissecretaryof henceforth he accessible to- tourists I FORT -UTEKS PREDICTED: : I I and_growing_ fast. I III. _
state, but his views on.theRussian: issue are la motor carL The Ifugao tribesmen
understood to be' fixed that he nave themselves completed the roads The Old Home Town.; 'By':Stanl
I ] not so firmly can- I rconnnued nom page 1) I
'r 'rfJi';J YavRCITYonle ., argued out. of them! _' over which automobiles can now of the country la a way that everybody ; -
"h h reach their territory. 6,000 feet above
; ( ; ,. Frank B. Kellogg, who succeeds Hughes after i 11 who desires to purchase land. y'J
; maytfeaik that'personal.inter March 4, never has had occasion, as ambassador sea The accomplishment and live there will nod a finished' M

letIv' !Q. t,,., 'in"'trlietl'_eatives'fe'a.Slt "Main to 'England] to' express himself concerning Russian of the Itugaos br which they Irrigate -1, product and, everybodysatisfied." I riw.r li ,
'!'ideGribO t--doobt it:is the basirdf "Let me say .that when you find
recognition and could hardly have expressed their rice ;Jefd$ on the moun-:
ic'oYelne114& 1 ':; 4 >t} ,'n.a .1'ftt1. men with vision and money )back Of
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anef. : himself:favorably toward it and continued to tain aides even though their implements -i p
L them aa Barron Collier aijd aaawiaie -.
4 _,C:: le1ttJf a ejtr.tsttl9lollgh hold hoi,post under Secretary Hughes But it I are of the crudest kind, bare 1 have proves they po$8eSIJrbe add- t -'
._: "honae! w'lf".wnost' sure lolbe. 'a i&.l known in official circles that privately he attracted the attention rot irrigation i ed, "my advice la for, all those who+ .u s

I.and.. 4M&fe ta ceov1a ntxr anyone else Shares, Borah'sideason: the subject. 1 engineers from -many foreign countries ,I have not availed themselves' the; 'r.oose+rs ie ae 1 eos.+uarx

attrRctivenlu or poeaib "- Not only is Borah likely to get-what he wants :. iI I i opportunities offered to get busy and
? S '_ i-IF' \vood; dt&aa of Fort Myers, or of any as to Russia, but indications are that he will have do so before prices go beyond them ,
;! ky.; rtiouM. b>v. 'a sort of a' proprietary. much to say concerning other State Department. Jac. Police Shoot which is bound to come by the law of

,1n'J' heart f f"hls tome town,* 's affairs,-Jacksonville Journal. Escaping Criminal supply and demand, when backed up =
'Ii'. "'ttitwfe'of. aH'real .home town boosters by this class of people" -

fe, risr'mytown,'and; I amTesponsible, Ling JAC -,; Feb.DIYea I >.w K Time t. "Get In" 1 gR.,.. a NI 1
A : '"3I EN: ARE LIKE TREES"Out i ifrom' 1 am not advising others to do: .
.ri.. ,. M4rer: ilrtlmateiyy bar many pie --, '. his barricaded home by ,tea what I will not do, bat, seeing things ..
j dust. that way about -Cihp'of, aIXla_ bombs. Winie Washington 22, negro, as I see them today and TlIIlI&lizlncI I
d{? nat'beai&U.i to tell of' it*;mertta on in Oregon the first woman to qualify as chauffeur believed by' the police to' the future for Fort Myers and the '
t+ w :.analevery:'occaftkm: To; theae. p"eopliLit ,is an expert city manager is attracting national at-: have criminally attached the wife of: surrounding' country, 'myself and 1 r

;City":, and the'i idea of:making their city a tention. In addition: to being a successful} executive : a business maa here Sunday night associates have bought about 90,000 I
.J 1 beH r. M away= toroermost in their.mfnds. and a popular leader seems that 'Mrs.Bairett .i waa shot to death early today while: acres IB Collier Lee and Hendry II

? t 3', t'owvllerallp iDVDl-fet 'sometllftlgelse'? : bt : -Mrs.- Rose ,Tyler Barrett-is considerably : )attempting l to escape through a police I counties. 1 make this statement for t

: ng wraetkfeir *tee be- of philosopher, and it has become the, styleto : The cordon.morgue is heavily guarded by 1 the benefit of the pubUe simply because II I +yh
so many people, who are able 1
; possession. Ownership quote of her wise sayings. : If
many pOlice :
: who fear an attempt;, will be to Invest and who can help build upa
aDd' d tiu. Ownership One of these'observations that goes well is. made to burn, the body, 'i community will not do so until it I -
If-mr interest-"ttwt{:Irf will her assertion that men" are'like trees. Mrs. Bar' is toe late"

kb thing owned) ret knows trees the. wonderful'king trees pf her II Leaders Doubt "I wish to add," ),II'. Stern con BOB PLUNKSTT vets MITIATEOI. ASTUNT$
About Fort:Myers as own state and she (often) Uses phrases and metaphors Of Eassingi tinued, "that in traveling all over f 5- ,- -.ty i T 6A1TNwSnecustaMuy.>,ePuospecTweMEMBGRurea ore. -
best town, 'exr'earth, that are like home talk to the people of Agriculture : iJ., this world and having forty years ex- SsA lt f ,, AWNN4 MrE.Mi 'O4A-OU$M WfTCOL ,WIJW: t
ki i '4 beside 1 "* I perience that there are a great e.--. r rra... '
",. re rea'&GIn lg tail Atli,htMty Mr.-tIt)"." By( Tk. jttMMtete Press) many
'. ahead in the/ proce 88foft,.'...fJ'+Gr ; 'a.'__ "Here it\ Oregon," Mrs. Barrett\ said ,long WASU1" QTON. FelL 2.-Houae agrt '-w it h:ypttr:town.; fret'into' the ham a and ago, "we have. proverb which'say that if a tree I culture eoa.m.ltcalled to pen

-to we'if 'Eveu'when'1ou start grows alone, the timber'is no good. The branches i brief bearings, took up Us task today i POP By,Taylor i' III I

; Yor:yooraelf;aoro thing in pf the<< tree::spread,out and the, wood .becomes full 1 la shaping recommendations of the u ,* *

> i rtifjiltly uivoived} =tie:a real owner of knots I president' agriculture. commission: Poe CALL UP Zi4E I'MMoTGOflVJGTOPLUMBER I'LL 9Ave AT
ty* MA Aak ** 4---- *t'i f, "*"|Jut if the tree keeps with its fellows in the into a legislative program that will P PAM <\PLUMBER A ;;
?'. t fcfaia thtaf'I :want1 for my fish forest the branches grow glos@ and'the timbers have the best chance of enactment. in AND Fix FANCY PRICE FOR LEAST $1 ON C7o5M t F r y_
? a crowded and final month of the HAVE HIM { THIS JOS- ,
>. help'et' a.ttetritt1ent to my city 1" = strong and true.: THAT LEAKY i SOMC1.tlNG L CAM / 1< .
present session
'Ltgie'taleifl'4o; Ute city and'you'IIfhesa :) '"I believe same with human beings Leaders FAUCET IN i fTHe.BWHBOOM MgSStF- Stl' inlATER. ,

:ef. te'iyn! >1mer'nd.'ll as i it is with trees. When we keep to ourselves we doubtful that generally substantial; however are of 1 I 7 VJHERE'STHe I IA

't' interest..and4'.aeek something get knots. in our disposition ; but when we minglewith'our It will W jut any through before part ad-. *-* S WRENCH? i ,
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the knots
Hyy ; fellows; disappear"Every Joanuaeot
";.,;t. wbeg sonaetyng aecsi;jta be running "* other sty.manager iii the country and /o

Fj l s i sit eo i bescb'aad' (ritlclu! but get eery earnest citizen who'is striving for the betterment Florida R. O. T. C. ra
4I9 e : of will .
ao Mbiag: his community like that referenceto f
i :: .wiwtill' \ boosting Fort iMyers the "knots" in:'the dispositions, men who do Strives to Lead 4r

M'tetlMs.yaMl. htcoHte reaf town builders'Fort not mingle with their fellows: They have'learned --

tie witJ beat*.bl titer than ever; and experience to expect l kinks and usually rotten- GALNJtSVILtB.
.apr tic :t&e wtr:a. ajikune.. ,.exaaaple of ness in the "timber"{ of the people who lend no Frank w. Rower R. O. T. C. officer
;.5 <*ryabould B&**Fort lye rheedfr a *oail aid;tocivie'' movements and arealways absent. of'the berth Corps area, has arrived

tUAB ..alsV 9ttaJT -s'Wfi jMflA. .:SBiPfl' Iarpaiefleeil fit meetings!- arranged! for ;furtherance. of her, for: aa Inspection l of the Unirersitr I

*!"" tfn at bouses. and at least their. town progress.. of Florid military unit The

big a boMk r,:(The Jbutiding preffram is .The..tree growing atone cannot help ,itself. Florida an* is staging for 'the, rank \
... ......... fsc.W"eyEri. :lore rt It rooted and the spreading of Its branchesbr"eounthwEry'mueI3'to of Distinguished college class. ',it ,
'11 Mt Mae fMt .eMMfhe,':!If ,tIMMmMUt nare rwnfcttU. :fc;92ptiian a1 least* reaching ,out. '"The man -on' the other foremost Southern laurels last year i
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t Cia. wsry conservative+ tattmateof hand who deliberately chooses iselatiaa.. and takes with a rank of 85 percent, while l ; + R.
who to'betha root-iIi'hia own: Florida, tinlshed wits a fraction 9cG6oNsT- VF MOU HAD ONLV %i ;
poigfe are+ pJaanlog selfishness--or:stupidity, as the 5TACHT '
n.* -.., : = above 14 percent..-. Wotl AL 'm4t5DuRN aH! SFSo, u rreNerj! T--? weNOVJHURR4 .
"'" qifi'; ..,., ,00 t case may'be that maa cannot but be twisted ,and,
..WeJl: .. ............._; ;d BAOued,:aad that from his ownvefetian.; SJkCES ll vAWE Now Y6> A I'IUMBER AN&- j ,:
MiKBI GRAS 15 5T11CK tE.LPME : ''
slits 1Mt I b elk wGf ka.; 1, : 'tLI..wJI Ifj&s. Barrett.has-made nweh wff a study of .; 6u5TEo5or OVER .ft M613FC11Rc C t j t'f

I .. :a sff j.ve4:.coateai huaaaa nature,.however, she,has 1 tamerf that men ,- 4 By The Atm 'I'.J '' wNGO WGl1T ; j.tAW
is miler.LD: to lazily leave the can shed their, knots :wferfe-'a' tree'-caaaot.:-.Man PENSACOUL,, JFfb., i: Tba:,Peiuar ; ::

of ....... to others. It ift a pie i can even eliminate the crooked tW-seemed I I cola Yacht club ,has arranged for : T Tw -t" t

..0IJiIIn_ :': tf ywr; .. 'are'. a real, town. to have gone'.into the*very warp*of their beings. speed boat races' and contests between 3s' t-: ;".-

l. wMfc! yo4 W., .of,course, pane !And,this:through the-very thing that makes the!I first' claw sloops as chief features -
"' .d' ; 'had tv of the forest' and for the Mardi Gras program on 1 i ;
:' on, al, .6iopnle ;pe es grow straight: strongcomradeship'as4 } :
|Sunday February 22.
<. Mbywiwasi be the friendliness with their ': I
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jllst1 GdRRt41r31POLTTEESiBy
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enl' election becatsc of their' failara
-:: wi: ; NW to a WMhteffton-dw at h. {But there is Ie qualify following election November I 4 1-
neq l of akna it is just for the wiater. t
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}'WU; RO-lfERS' MEETING be spent on improving the water-) LIKE l". S. RACE HORSES visited America officially and pur- fA.RC
., waterworks plant chased several trotters both for
,. fay fle Aixxlitet Press) All the principal streets of the BEWARE THE BERLIN, Feb. -Firat-cIass race racing and breeding purposes. He
: PENSACQLA. Feb.8atauma city, now pared,with. extending' horses are being imported in growing gave so glowing an account of American D .'
fruit FRLFEB.6-7 .
powers will hold their htU.C
annual from the Indian river ; numbers to Germany from the United horse breeding that leading tVCr1YpATI1Q1l -
i meeting at I Round Lake on Febrn- avenue on the west, and from Wayne COUGH OR COLD States. A representative of the Prussian sportsmen are qnicKly following suit a AtHtlilOf ptdlIST I.t ; ;
jf announced tallsts Spec* avenue on the north to Sixth. street. state racing commission recentlyIIIII1111111111111IIIIIIIIItI111111ii1111i1tlllllll in placing orders with America.IIII111UIIIIIIII111111111111LI11llilillllllllllll. s .
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production of aatauma on the South,will be repared. TWICE DAILY AT 3:00 AND 8:15 P. M.\ -
orange ,are On,the program for talk '' : '
-' I pulUTatlon of trees and fruit. _
j The Associate Press) :.Chronic coughs and persistent colds leadto rm--nmnnnnnn'F S ; Sale -'i
SETT 8XTR51 BOXD ISSUE VIENNA Feb. 2.-Vienna is about serious lung trouble. You can top them | JESSE L.LASKYjruot.TO1COR.W T'M'E CECILRDeMILLE'S
;' I to erect A municipal radio sending now with Creomulsion, an emulsified creosote .
-v' (Bjr Tae Associates.< ?.f..) station witch is to cost 1,000,000,000 that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion I,
KB WSMYRNA' ;iFeb. -ImnroTe- ,crowns. It is to be used solely for is a new medical discovery with twofold action | 320 Acres Fine Farming Land | MIGHTY DRAMATIC
i menu to streets and the city waterworks I official business. The fire depart- ; it soothes and heals the inflamed TS kN SPECTACLECOMMANDMENTS;
j costing $1,000.000 hare been ment especially is to use it exten membranes and kills the germ. | High and Dry |
.is! made possible by adoption of a bond sively. a .K.1A Of all known drags creosote is recog
:s: Issue here. Fourteen miles cued kj the medical fraternity as the
streets l
'-- a healing for the of Only nine miles from Fort with
; will be pared and adequate drainage PALM-LEE PARK HAS A BOU1E- greatest agency treatment | Myers good |
provided with the issue of $320,000 VALID PARKED IX THE CENTRE chronic coughs and colds: and other formsof :
f' ; throat and lung troubles. Creomehion | hard surface road near property :
> I tor that purpose whUe $70,000 will WITH ROYAL PALMS. l-S6-Ctc contains, in addition to creosote other
healing elements which soothe and heal the II
-' ;} inflamed membranes and stop the irritation | ONE MILLION FEET | A
and inflammation while the creosote goes ,
r- on lo the stamach, is absorbed into the | ORIGINAL PINE TIMBER\ |I .I # _
" ..Jl blood attacks the seat of the trouble anddestroys W fI\! ; 1
SHs er Creomulsion. the germs is guaranteed that lead satisfactory to consump in | ON THE PROPERTY | aIaCFHLkSQ JCANiC /\\ racartnoa PARAaK1VNp6NaY A ". .: t tAU l-

( IT' SgLF the bronchial treatment asthma of,chronic catarrhal coughs bronchitis and colds and i Price exteremely attractive, terms easy | star cast Includes Theodore Roberts. ..NiU l ald Rod, Laroque, ., I
ti: other forms of throat and lung disease,and T. Estelle Taylor.Richard Dix. Leatrice Joy., and man 1 others .
; ia excellent for building up the system after Seats on. Sale Now ''at Arcade-Mail.Orders Accepted ,,
t. .. ,.'". colds or the flu. Money refunded if any | PARKER DAWSON & COMPANY I II IIE .
or cold, no matter of bow long stand Matlnees 60e (r Tax:), J5e sad $100. Plo TaX. '
-, a. tn.O j. cough not relieved after taking {according Pythian BuildingFort Myers\ Florida | \Ighta, t:;e. $1.00. $1x0. Plug Tu. ..
> a to directions. Ask your'1 qgiat. Creomolefofl I AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT YOUR SEATS NOW f.f.PrJ.ces.
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high record in sales actually accomplished for, any rmonth I
; jf v ,. Minimum\ Charge $1.75 "' '
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; Covers 5 pounds wearing apparel and 5 pounds of -
5 flatwork 18c'for each additional pound wearing ,ts'' The highest figures, we confidently believe ever..attained_ by .m ;
-*." apparel. EC for each additional pound flatwork.. j real estate organization in this country in the same t
"Not a de luxe! Service, but one eminently Satisfactory any war'r' r-1 .,"', f
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Send Us Your Family' Bundle supremacy '. -. ., ',4. .-,. .
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THE NEW WAY LAUNDRY 'speculatIve value of the Investment. .. ,. ,., ... .
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.i, _'" -.. .. .....-. ,.,,. ';.,4,', Coral Gables leadership is more solidly fixed and -steadfastly maintained '- -- ; : :'.1' '.1,:=' 1}

in the Miami field than before that the __ ii, ." .
today ever and. $20,000,000 ..., ,
KL lamiami nn i already expended in fine improvements carries an assurance p ;: safety :.' : .! I

IrailAcreage ; / i. :;r? and security- which Coral Gables Gables. alone provides.eORAL .. :! : ;
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190 acres, 19 miles. south of Fort Myers Gables t and 0 visit hear Coral Mr. .

:5 having one-half mile of 'Trail; frontage;) ,- ... -t:"" GKBLESJ : r. ." Bryan's Transportation free: '

an8300.feet of railroad i frontage.. This I "'"" Pullman luxurious l l Highway.Coaches ; ., c '" !

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f property' is less than two miles from a _",,'t. :t lJ c, Gables office each ', .... ..,
: : week. For full particulars a b,:.c *' .
i .1 large, ;subdivision f .just. north of TSonita [ ;. r 'To".. and reservations r -, d ,..
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.: Sj>rings.' Price 100.00 an acre. Terms I' /:: l l \"Zf Gables office. .: ..s> <. :.; : ':

I' i Terms8 312.50? cash, balance one, two, g. 'Ji : :

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\ OX SIXTH UESERVEBAAKLNG mills was larger than at the same this time of the year. Production fs ''
wy'ile Li.eelaten rnxl Parish House Dance I DISTRICT time -a year ago. I said to have been halted to some extent FREIGHT FOR '
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turpentine during De- by the adverse >
ROlfliD THE _,_.. ? ?_ The Misses "Esther Pepper, Alice I I (Continued from page 1) cember were slightly larger than In I tion while a number of mills close \ Everglades 1 ::
Km WET, Feb i=Decision'; has Hunt:aad Laurabella Blackb.rn and I fof the year, but exports during the Novembers although lower than was ]I down during the holidays. Of at Tampa-Fort Myers-. : : .
bee & eached by the executive com- Cbrdo )'e -JJax-Hedrick and<) Jack i I month were not so large as during true of December a year ago. Rosin It[mills which reported to the 'Institution 'f'.t
mltt* of the Oversea Highway association vrV 4au'entertatned, at a dance at the i' October and November the report re- receipts were materially higher than I I 51.operated; full time daring the Steamer Everglades .,
to petition the county com- PJirt 1itJPuse>FridAy evening.Hefresaments > !veals. Both exports and Imports ext in November, but only slightly; larger j week ended January 4. while IS op- :
ttisrfpoers to float a bend issue of ap- ) consisted of punch'i ceeded figures for December a year than in December. 1923. I I!crated for a period of five days. Six Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Thursday : -
proxfcnaiely $2,000,000 to be used in and e403d-- Music was furnished by j:i ago however. 'mills reported overtime, three of Arrives Fort Myers Wednesday and Friday p'
practically completing a highway the "Tronbadors."' I r "The value of building permits' Issued _. Eire Crop Good these p "on. double shifts threview Leaves Fort Myers Friday for Everglades : ,f'
fronxithla city to\ the mainland. Petition Among those present were: the i t at. twenty cities In the:Sixth district 'Total production of jlce in Louisiana >stites. :;
have been placed in the hands Misses Louise Trowbridge, Josephine::, during December says the renew in 19%!.is estimated by the Department USE THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION ; : -
of" each member of the association Wade Mary Headley. Elisabeth Kelly ![ "was higher than during that i of Agriculture at 17,678.
vitK-Instruction that they be circulated Josephlti.. rm d8t-r-tJlargafet''month of'-anj--of the preceding four 000> bushels as compared with 16- '\
jfcr obtaining signatures of per- Johnson<< ,Je m J\tJ: laceGnida \Vhif;fo $ray;:!aaa-'exceeded December 1923 &s .OOO bushels in 1923. according to I MOTHERS IT s Florida'Railroad' & Navigation Corporation'
on M qualified to Tote on the bond aatearcs .L._C &ce,.his "EBentop-,,by 45.percent.. The total for December the review, which' gives the acreageof [ be- t '
lasuei er;' LaVerne Evans Alma Hensted i: was the third highest for the both these years at 495,000 acres. causeitgwcklyclears away Foot of Ireland's'DockTelephone i.
fcf -- Mary Lewis Sara Sanchez Minnie''year. ..Daring the entire year-of 1924,. The price received by growers is the choking phlegm stops 115 for Rates ""
.JACKSONVILLE.! =In an effort to Strickland. Sara Yelvlngton. Lorraine -:|therewere! Issued at' these 'tw ntJ'': shown to be higher than this year, allows hoarse,-croupy. -coughs sleep;:: and No
curV lawlesness here Fred Valz. commissioner ( Heitman! Mary .Woolsl r;i dYe; permits valued' af $ :; and the total farm value of the alarming croup when Mother Sunday via.,
Bus Service to Everglades, Daily Except
of public safety, baa askedthe Joanna Loeb Mary 'Jenkins, Winifred! Increase of more than $12,500,000 wouisiana; : rice crop is estimated by keeps a botte of
Dorothy MillsDorothy", i Estero Bonita Springs Naples, :Marco and Caxambas. :
tity commission to authorize the Parkinson. over 1923. ?": the agricultural department at $23-
addition of twenty men to the police Heitman, Martha Bullet Grace Deer-! Cloth and Yard'Train I 226,00r< &I against $177; ( ,000'tor' the CHAMBERLAIN'SCOUGH Leaving 8:30 a. m. ,
Ing. Florence. Weekley, Eloise Cay REMEDYalways
forty Commissioner Valx said every ; During December,< the review con 923 crop. Y k
city the size of Jacksonville was subject and the }Ies ers llowar4rrtzgerald.1: ;tinues mills In the district manufac- Conditions in the lumber Industryin on hand in the home. Benefits Subject to Change without Notice ':.
\to such occurrences as last Paul Stout Boyd' Parke .. Frank]i iIJaraby tured nearly seven million poundsof the Sixth district are said not tohave children and grown persons.

Saturday night when a negro ran Raymond., Albert Lamar Williamson Andrews, Thomas Harold]i cotton yarn, and, more than 23,000-_I differed during ttie past month No Narcotics. Sold everywhere. ,. TAMIAMI\ TRAIL TOURS, Inc. -_...
wiWg attempting to criminally attack 000 yards of cotton cloth. Production -t
Luster, Victor Kelly Chester Fern, I: 7
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11&ht'\that sort of thing, he said how. Chester Wood Sykes, Ewing, Wilson Starnes.Starnes Malcolm, Charles j:yarn were larger In December thanin miiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirrmiriiiuiiiiiiiiii i I iiiiitiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuj I .b.
ever,;j and the general house-robbing the preceding months or the cor-
Reybold. Edward Hendry jr.. RalPh: %
situation Jj as best It could. Kingston. John Woolslair. Herbert |i responding month of 1923. The nnm- HAVANAt1.oo j Houses and f I !
Hastings, Walter Tippins,, Travers ,,
GAJ\'ES\'ILLE.-Delta: Epsilon Phi. Parkinson, Gilmer Heitman ,- Joe :
a local Jewish fraternity, organized Brecht, Thomas.Garvin, Russell Bn-I SPECIAL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION FARE. From Fort },fT- Sites : '
aboutB7OTrla5ot 7wU| dnrlang.lbe.Zrst: [ Reek In,.February. Chester Ihrig. b from Port Tampa. Return limit ten days. \
It 1* stated, a. a local of Tan: Epsilonl'hJinaUopil 1
..Chaperones were Mrs. J. E. Brecht 1 1 i t + $60.70 REGULAR ROUXD TRIP FARE FROM TAMPA. Return limit .
1 honorary?fraternitr for Mrs T. W. Hunt Dr. ;and, Mr*. F. A. Cg ninety days,,VIa S. S. CUBA or GOVERNOR COBB. Sailings from 1" Offerings this' week 1E.
Jewish| It.dent.Metnber.* ot_ the Shore, Mr, and .Irs.-E.: TV Pepper and Port' Tampa 2 P. MT: Sundays Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays. **
local! chaster'' are: :n..J. Finman, Sir and .M.ra-: Harry Davison 1 1 Enjoy: this Delightful. Sea Trip Visit Gay" Havana and the wonderful = 7 room house two baths large corner lot close iri. 3. 't EdelsteinMorris; :DennettJ. Island of Cuba.
.BJ; Safer, Joe Swartz Aaron Kanner, 3 Bungalow. fine fruit and shrubbery house.practically
Morris Salomon; Macus Etlfel tfein.i G05E FISHI5' AGAIN For Information, descriptive booklets. tickets and reservations call :: hew. .' :a! .
on any A: C. Tall K Ticker Agent;or; J Klrkland.: IX P. A.. Hills- '
Frank Williamson and Pledge; Joe i modern finished 10 minutes walk
,. Sodtt 5 Bungalow'new
-' boro Hotel Tampa. Phone 3232: L. S. f; P. A.. CareA.: C, L. room *. -
She,iro, Off .on Another flaking'eonteet today 1 I Ticket Office, Tampa. just off Boulevard. Good terms. P
are P. L. Monroe and W, E. Hartw k
6 Bungalow, modern near Edisons home-at f
Cf EARWATER-The county commissioners I each.determined to win: over the
ot>PJhe11as; have awarded otherIn the number, and..size. of:the P. & 0. Steamship Company' :: gain. . =
contracts for;'t oad"! I onstructlon work catch *-lr; East Fort Myers; facing' Lee County a dandy Bungalow? g
In Special Road and Brige districts 6 ,- JJJ' Extra large lot. .* -
and 8 (Clearwater and, DunedlnJ to
coat|11,001.6:41: : 'kThe work in the <.. 'limmiimilimilliminmnmilllimmillllliUmmilimmillllllllllllll! & llllllllllimil For information write:or wire1 mew >

Clea|water district will cost 1501,719, ip. JOHN : REALTY COMPANY\ :
and remainder Mat In the Dunedin section the' j FISHERMEN\ LODGE, i E. FUTRAL, "REA13WIir ,,,..3*

I fra of the u,jT-u"emouuL i't'i-"- : -. fib: acre stock 'farm,,best all combination' farm In Florida, '. Captiva Island.Lee County Florida Patio de Leon .. .-. f f:: :
GAINFVLL14-Ploy4 'B::'> Brawnhas I modern in every respect,most modern dairy Citrus and Track Farm,, ; Fort flyers Florida '- '

peen etected.cfP ln and, manager 5 Bargain Situated in the midst of America's: most famous fishing | :1"'
of the tTnlve'rsity of Florida tennis 1 1n1 IIinhIuIu11nHnlilliniin11n111,11; '" IIn''"1uuuInnn' '" InnnnnIn1' I nnnn"' ''1"flumi-t
team| He .is a veteran player having AcreaJ5'tracts,'from 20 to 100'acresa.spedalty. Three miles" S. E. j grounds; Captiva,,,Red Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. :: c!
bee! a member of the 'Gator team 4' of,ctt1'"l patame; ,pplendid. investments 1 g- Modern Hotel with all conveniences.: Rooms single or in = I

during the past three seasons and! it -* Some of th. most. attractive residential and business! properties =' suite with private baths. S I: I .
has endue. largely to;Tils playing In,,the ettf.t t/ ", d| I > f e "Jf:4 -.
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thatkh* Orn **and Bate$ team has 'f.- ti .!
come through wttS an eariable record: it. ;Two aere"! Tamlaml. Trail Just across city limit line. Good Guides, motor and rowboats _f J:
Modern & room bnuwitU. own, water eistem. Can make 10 to 11 availabde. Moderate-rates" =
MA. Plota lotsoo| .fit said tncct' Splendid '1nves ment. ... :. :: 50':x 14'5' ATS' !

ter list" tnIH..w. .1e : .f: 172S acre tract"on Lee County Boulevard N. E. of City near river. G. A. WESTER; Manager _| .. i. t
...- Eke b7LI -' Trset'hasxt2650e8.fees;, .ot:Dumber, fine land. Frice$56.50 per, acre. .
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.I | Splendid InTeatment -- / utFf01' Folder .
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.\ -C'ts-S- JC; '2450 acre. tract, J to. 5' miles S. E. ol Citrf.- miles' .8., of ,Lee' ..0. and Telegraph Address Fort 3Tjrs, Florida = it'ck :
o..r 11 :1.+._V..l Y-r :! .: tpnnti- Sounvard;> in Sunsetista., $i 5. .OO'

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GOKBOULEVABD-THROUGH=DBIFE.OUT )('6RE.. .1.! ;Four townslJlp at,$10.00 per acre. r -' first payment, $10.0Jpermonth'onD( ; ,

FE 1N AYE5CE TO TAXIAXITBAHj !! ;For honest and reliable Information see P. John Hart 20 years i. ;
'.,ASD BACK TO THE ITT, practical experience,,as pup-assessor Iiiiiiiusuiiiiiiiitiiinniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuiiuiii and collector: for Lee County \ TO L'" ance. ..' >

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IPythian! Building =' .M>ect. $4500.00 terms. = A Delightful Hotel Soft Water in the housesr.
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| House on Royal Palm Ave. a good buy for $10.000.00 = ; f !' n '''; ,
5. terms to suit, ,- = Bath, Steam Heat .oF 1 ,i I,. '.a., a v .-{.* | : I .- T*. .

The First Party Here 1 New house with fire place, 5 room, complet ,titrou d{ f '. Lovely Solarium ". .1!: t '- J.>

I-U. = out, $600.00 cash BaL as rent. / E

sets This Bargain =" 12 acres'on'Orange: :P 3ver,*hearinygmYe in-the;best =. : Surf Bathing. Excellent Golf ,: / R SeminoIe, ealt CoI; Ine; :

m' of condition, 8 room.* >}ou,4> uvg'oodjcondition. : ,.$11,000.00 = T i Music and :Dancing Daily _
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rooms = best of terms. 'srih t- *** U -- .f ;'' fi :: .4 I
s, nicely located In East Fort
M S. Groc ryran _Market.good location. cash business i :Wonderful Fishing and Shooting j; i New Location .

1F IT IS TO BUT IT. FOUR good,terms,;and "sacrifice.' $. %i,* :: 1 -
'LOTS GO WITH IT i Tea acr s'2' 1.2'miles; out, $100.00. ; per acre good : THE NAPLES

Gaggge, chicken house. Act quick. = terms. Si .* HOTEL.. ,Langfordf Bldg !, ., t PIlH

nicely : = .tJ' "' I' = P. i Schntt, XanagerIIIIIIIIilllillllililillMill .. ..... ...

TeHM fSOQ cash balance to suit : V ... .,

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i i$* Buy at the BigCash_ Store, pdg0asK- i j; : rom! ,1q.;: acres: > to 50,000 ;acre tracts. I Id :, clean. free-fro IRfL ,;
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w.p_ and. save the expense t ;; sediment and impurities : L
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3 from every purchase. cash and ca1'rn"Y home your grocelfiesTtneri? I: a ble. weight honest.andservice ,-t'tii; j i

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t 'after a visit to friends and relatives ,This barber chop -fara sprint attention -. SCHOOL
to Women' sad eWWren
.11 RATES *l FOR : In Tampa. Saint Petersburg: and .- 1lak : ,
? THESE COG I SALE B1 L OWi EH-Bu ur_ 41: : st>L y cuts. TM Tint Street
LIMN$r VA RYF FItOfl 30 Iota A-8 or mite frem depot lathe .=LUIl11lW1UitlitnWJ. ttnwlRUllilninsmm; ..nnutinwliuiuluuinnliuuintnntii! Tarpon Springs. I The New Barber Shop '
-' 5e"'OR* 1etT0G 1 Hate ft "* .\awo.... a I'm,. "..,.. Hours 9 to JS; ]1. to ::30
EACH4 WORD''INACCORDING ( city of Immokalee 41 feet .- /HRa: *ji kand.: wiit.[ -of Pali Bert Deaa'a'Tobedq' O, Is here :r.u 1 ir.t S'rret
': =ISSUE above tea level. New five-room nkka.-Tenn., are' ere; for s short"stay for a'hVfef visit!! I Primary! DepartBMBt.. 1 to S p. m. _
house. Some .borgalc. $1,500. J. L.Clifton r I' L.. 1
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1.01'XIIE, :"SIZE Harry Peterson the SamvUtei -
; 0 F .TYPE !? Fort Myera, Fla I-3I-12te ; ;; ; -' I r 4j
YOU ELECT; -- -Peter Johnson, Eltendal, was Robert Carlti aDd wife, of Ar- merchant and hotel man, was In Fort I 'WANTEDTwo >
: r Cooat the here for the weekend.Mrs. cadia, were here for the week-end, > ,
: word. of this and he will j
J your adver- Myers morning says
tleesaearland multiply FOR SALE-Green Acres barred i ilIrs. salesmen of good appearance i j DR. w. n. GR3fR: ;
i It by the rocks; setting New York F. M. Grossman of South move into his new building in a few Surgeon
txribert times you desire eggs and baby R -A. Trainer of I capable and energetic. Apply i Physician and i
/t chicks.. Order Amboy, X. Y. is here for the days. It is now nearly completed
i }- 9rtete4*.wd remit accordingly now for December II here for the season. season.R. I Office 15-16 Ear a.r4t BMc. (
:. -. 'Tkcounting of words Unclud layers Mrs H. Li Cobb Box 204. I and is the largest building across) HART-HASBROCCK REALTY i House 147 Woodtorcl; Ave., i'I
\-- thw'worda -"For Rent." '""Yazate ." i .21-Ctp -d: :M. Munson, of Chicago i Is H. Howell John Job ; tta.; Williams and"Clarence Dodson; of i Jackson Streetiiiuuumuuiiiumimmmnumjunmuiij J. House rlnx "
: I' ; aad'the address. here for a brief stay.-- -V r- the school buildin : ;
tj: '4731ATES .FOR KENT i' -' !*1: ** SamTille. were in the city Saturday.Mr. i "

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: : ;than 25 cents. FOR RENT-One furnished here on business today. -
; room Ga. are here for a short ,-- -- Dr. Geo. MasganaVETERINARIAN.
]J' Tne like this -
t a word use of living room and bath. 220: -
4,r &r LIKE TillS 2c > WORD Lee street. 2-2-6tc:! ,-Mrr and Mrs. Charles W. James stay. I c-- 1A ---- ;
TIPK LIKE here for a few weeks.J. -I
THIS 8c A WORD ----- of Chicago are I- -
:. 'f'-' Type Like this 4c a Word FOR RENT-Sleeping room privi -Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Miles and Mr. --- ---II I French and America. Gt *aate "':- 4

TYPE 'UKE' THIS 5c I i ate entrance. Parking space for a M. Norris, of Cambridge and Mrs. J. D. N. Holly, of Tampa.I I--- ---j I 34 years practice .,- .
r.t't WORD A car. Two blocks from Postotfice Mass- is here to attend to business. ,are.: here for a few days. .1-= f ---; 810 Anderson 'Aid ."
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: I I 1206 Second, corner 6f Broadway -c. --I- --
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<:" alienate ordered to roe I 2-2-3tp.-. : : --Yr. isd: Mrs.'Wuitasi'M. Rasa, of i -:'rlr. and Mrs. S. wf Borke..ofj I--- ---! I
{ ; days will be charged one- -- .,,.-.--.,- Syracuse. N. V, are:here for a visitDial'J ; Huntington, W. Va.. are Fort Myers i--- --- --
:a halt cent per word la addition to FOR REarr-Very nice rooms by .- visaors.s. !-- --
"- ihvwgmlar charge. "P"' -- .\. L. White MAUIUCE) ATBBRS
week montn. s
or 245
Lee St. l-16tfc -
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of Louisville
& Lee Warren,-
: i- James C. rtiuttr
r eAUWant Ada are itrictly cash ROOM- Kjyr*'Fort Myers visitor.i .it :. +. and Mrs. J. E. Ca >*, of,--- -SI --- USE COITXTT EXGIXSffJRUfO! : :: co.
ULBdraac FOB RENT Large -
to :!
everyone. I !
'Plant the week-end in -
City spent Civil and StructuralT Eosin: rrrm.mlting
it' newly;furnished. Bath, across halL i
City of Palms Engineer
Apply <408< Second St. .- l-29tfe -MI88- OraleigU'DOlard, of Clarks- mi.l StraetM__ Work: I
J : I If t p< ..J dale Misses: her.;forafUew! weeks. : I Fort Myers, I"*.*a.i .
i 1 FOR SALE WANTED ;" .---' -A. S. Johnston and G,. J.,1ticlHardson. .
Harry Thoronton. of Marco spent of Tallahassee spent the i- J

WANTED-Six rough carpent- the week-end in Fort Myers.R. week-end in Fort Myers.W. _

I 't":!Rough ta lumber'job anywhere direct from!In era immediately. Report for M. Cox. of Alva was in the D. Bachenary and Katherine i! IL Clawson)

.- aad .around' Fort Myers. See us before work at Everglades. Florida city yesterday on business; 'Dach nary. of Cincinnati;O. are here I i' AnnouncingThe I Residence Builder
yoa bay Woitaker &: Clifton, Railway & Navigation Co., for the winter.E. .
: Auto Exchange. l-7tfc. 1-28-tf. George W. Burnett of Chicago -,.!.- 215 Park Ave. J.
[ Is attending to business la Fort Myers. J. Burke and wife and Mrs. I 4I
For Sale-Restaurant doing aplendid A. W. Taylor and son of Jacksonville receipt, today, of the largest and most complete f
few to
>....1....? Only reason for selling isowner's room and board. Mrs.yovng Pearl men Waterman were here for the week-end. :: line of styles and sizes in women's fancy pumps EIIIUIIUIUIllIUIIIUlrllllUlUUJ&UUUIUI} i

desire to leave the city. A corner Estero and Edison ave -J. E, Gastineau of Great Fails :: ever shown in Fort Myers; black and tan combination I "
snap-Box 102. care Press. 1-Ctfc.: -:Mr. and Mrs. Tyle Sanders tf Atlanta j Build With Brick| .
: nues. 1-31-3tp, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gas- j patent, tan, and white; light turned sole, medium and _
inean, of Berkeley. Calif. are here spent the week-end in Fort :: low heels; a new line, just out, for sport and afternoonwear -' :: f
POR- SALE. -IONA LANDS. SEE A FIRST CLASS bricklayer wants for a visit among the palms. Myers. I J. C. McDonald\ = t
work. Day or contract. RoyElartwick .
TORS,'.." 1-17-lmc 135 Tournament streetl296tp -Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Morin. of -Mr. and Mrs. A.- lL, MeGre-s, of General Biekialeg
Chicago are here for a part of the j Also an embroideried satin pump for evening year; 'e and HContrarter
Yarmouth Mass, are here for the '
FORSALS, -One Jot 60x27C and one WANTED Professional' book reviewer winter. Mr, Moms la* prominent season.! W* smart, dressy, in fact the last word in footwear. -- 5
'a. riot' C0xl20 with bungalow.< Price want. to review book for clubs Price hotel :
.1U. oo.OO. Terms.. Apply 142 Jack. taaonabl. Will go out of to_ Box 107rera man -Irs. Fred Cb-iuiuar. and l sun of' ":" Brick and Tile Bamgalows =
Office 11-11 tf.
sea;street, 1-23 tfoFQH Akron O, are here for a: wr: of the I a Specialty =s
-capt. J. D. Waddell has returnedto
; WANTED-Bookkeeper and stenog his home In Atlanta. Ga., after a season. I = Why not build sukstanUallyt: =
; SALE-Owner will sell Boule- rapher. Must be competent. Permanent -.:-- : THE HEITMAN CLOTHING CO.
; t.: ard lots In East Fort Myers at position If satisfactory See visit to look after his property -Ben J. SUknell, of Saint I> E Bex 937-Fort Mien =

bargala.. Post Office Box 961. Mr. Hornier at Press office. l-7tf In Fort Myers for an indefinite 'I iTiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiuimiiuinuiiiiW.! I I
# ;n l-28-6tp stay. (SEE WINDOW)
I WANTED-Man with long experience ,i-Mr.. W. B. Haldeman was up]

' 1".u.x.LEI1 PARK HAH HARD Sn.( ; wants grove or private hone from Naples Saturday afternoon -Mrs. John Jay Chapman and i = = : I
.' :FACED: : STREETS ]FIVEFOOTSTAEWIIJIS to for. Best of coming with Mr. and Mrs. HotTman Bros.,.
care references. Box up SchIe-l 1
: maid of New\; York are apendng: apart I ;.tillli!!I/IliltillllllllllllllfilllllllliIlllllllllllhllyllllllllll r I I r, r r r{' I r r 1111111111111111111111111111111 r r I
,r WATER AND 113 care Press. l-2S-12tp, singer. of New York and Louisville of the winter in Fort Myerv I IMr. BlindeR
'.< I.IQllTS 1.. -Gtci who have been a guest at the Halde. .!iiiiiiiiiiiiituiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiinii} { { I iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitinm i! Contractors and
WANTED-To rent or lease for year, man home for i= 1509;; Euclid Aye. I
j a short visit.
i and Mrs. W. Clark, of :
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,% SALE furnished or unfurnished home. Fort Myers, Florida
: have Wayland, N. Y, are here for the sea 1 Hendry Street Business Frontage |
4 i.:, BERRY'S SPECIALS Must modern conveniences and -Mr. and Mrs. George E. Worth-
8.S06X BOl'SE SEMiNOLE AVE. be in'desirable neighborhood. In answering ngton John S. Cuddy Mr. and Mrs. son II "L ,

I OS TWO YIFTY-FOOT LOTS NICE state location. number of W, A. Schofield and Mrs. J. Ben --T. G. Hubbs. wile and dan-hter 1 150 f t.-. Incon1e PrOlerty | W f-
J..1WY.UD, AVOCADO PEAR rooma..and rental. Best referencesand N Tin daughter Joyce.' and son of Pulaski N, Y, are here for a = >: : ,.
TRIES. A GOOD BUY AT'tUOOJM. ample Fidelijr Bondj Addressbox Ben.' Jr.. lave arrived iron Provi short sojourn. Hotel Accomodations f
EAU ABLE TERMS. POSSES. 205 care Press. 2-2tfc. dence.. R. r.-and are stopping at the """ -
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IJO D.US. ) season r
t a4J. -Mrs. W. Wilton Wood and Miss
::.y.f LOST Bessie Wood of Huntington L. I,
fit: .< T. Murphy publisher of the are in Fort Myers >for a stay among HOTEL.
'IoJ\Q.O\ ; Il4PSPtr1flTlt ;iBATII, LOST-hr.front:of"or''til,'ihovjng pie-' Superior Telegram and number of the palms. -I >:. "
J Rlu1A V Eo. DEAN srsuivis. I | | Reasonable terms | .
turf theatre or perhaps taken other' Wisconsin papers arrived in If FiRe FlIIhht<< Rate VeiT Iiaasiw.W.
.' BARGAIN ,AT WM.OO.: From pocket' at street daqce Saturday Fort Myers Friday afternoon for -A party composed of J. W. Davis,' Apply by letter [olia7iae.
night January 31st bill book containing an extended visit in Fort Myers. His W. T. Gibba, J. P. Earl 0. E. Schmid: .1- ITa.
Bok elia Bokeefia
a sum of' cards ,clippings -< son, Morgan Murphy a student at I. W. Higgins, George W. Evans,
C- J 8.\1. VISE RESIDENTIAL: SEC.TIOY. : etc:: Reward for"tetur..of same Harvard university is with, J hint en,ashort Theo Gibbs and Lucius Walker, of j I g Dunham, Bolick l( & Williams! I g

iri to E. W, Collins 111 Fowler street: vacation. Mr. Murphy Ms y. Clement N: J, are here to look Fort!
.: friend of the ... +O.+ '
editor of the Press and Myers over.
t-l- 22ltp. we are certainly glad to see him |, Ground Floor Pythian Building Phone.518 |
-; FOUND again in Fort' Myers. He has a DUmber .-),Ira. Rose Hawkins and Miss I Humphries Transfer
r. N POFLTBT .AND TRUCK FARM. ----of investments- -. -in-- this- .county.- -- -. Margueritte' Truax of Syracuse New-'1Ti1tIi111IIIII111ii111I11111111111111111HIlilllil11111111' I!" I r ,I r I r 1111 r 1'111'' 'r 11111111111111 rill r II"II!rill DRAY AND STORAGE SSBT1CE
,,'UUI SOUTH; AND I.' MILE FOUND-On road to Crescent Beach. "Our Slogan*' -----':

''Ja8'f; eF-ITAMIAMI;: TRAIL. MUST bunch of keys. Owner may have< w'ff PROMPT AND ErFJCHST;
D1dIBl1LD AT ONCE. PRICE 110,* same by calling at Press Office and SERVICE '\- I I
1IOMJ1.3CASlf, paying for this ad. l-17tf Cor. 2nd St. and Eraaa As'.. :i

1/I i"' FOUND-On Second street Friday, Telephene iJi I !
key on black ribbon. Owner may
1'; residences and
Specialize. have same by calling at Press office I, ,
g email acreage and paying for thla advertisement. I' t

I RAM BERRY 1-31-t : II A. LONGBRAKE,,' M.. D.

--:'. Soatl..,'Fl rda in! &Realty Jackson Company. PAL3f-LEE PARK JOINS H THE i Have Yo $ gugit; Temporary .f H$9

GOLF. PALM-IEK CLUB:| PARK DRIVE TOD OUT AT A DSEE' c ; r'' at residence, 897,2ntLSt, :
FOB. : SALE-Beautiful residence ': j ,- n Hours 11-12 2-4' sl.
;fi'-, 1-26-et : --
:ft Lose-in);-combined with Income in ) 1 I i ) '

ant t1L.the! best sections Nortb" Side. \11ISCEh.I..NFOUSNAPLES i YOURLOTIN; or >1r"I ; I
ooJy' a' few minutes walk from thee

-Ylaoy hotel BOW under construction. LOTS-A few lots unsold In .
.Houahaanfery. : ; large rooms, high Naples Will sell tot cash terms .r WilHamJ.WqodAttorney ;
pti $ag&.-All ceilings and aide wallai44ated.i will exchange for Income property In .+ t

Three car garage. Few Fort Myers. John F. Bartleson at IVUE -atLawBealty : ;

.beautiful large oak trees on rear of Fort Myers Wholesale Grocery Company 'ii BaRding Flnt u4 Deeaate.

bt.14aua4 condition.and garage Price are $30,000.all IngustCItse 12-22 tic : : ..

WUt"!consider free and clear loti value PALM.LEE 'COXSECTS 5TGBEGOR J tI
ta rlft.MO. balance In cash or part BOULEVARD AND TilE T AM I AM
a r cash up er terms to suit. Address Own- TRAIL BY AX EIGHTY.FOOT BOIT 2 Reasons Why You Should J JS2S

:er.E.: UI 6th Ate. North. St. Peters- LETARD IX THE: CENTRE: WITH : 'i'iGRADY

-, i bur.v"Fl&.< l-29-6tp ROYAL PALMS. 1-26-Cte s III I a ;"I

J' ;:.s. &-Look. real bargain flve- Famous Cliff House \' ,. II FITS J\

t ,r otJDi ttoeaa ...100 feet front 110 feet Forced '"to" Close / ONLY DOWN = < ; I Fade de Leon
: 4 en-0a two streets East Fort Myers. __ \
B.ase-bas 4 rooms celled and papered SAN FRANCISCO-Jan. 31The ROYAL PAUl PARK

; itata:.jfight' ; sewerage. Apply ......, 1>;, .. Caloosahatchee
Cliff House perched on precipitous I .. Bordering the ,
Store. t>" I
Auto .I' c' .
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4yY. J-Z-3t rocks beside the Golden Gate Is 4 River. All Water front privileges ;
'" known to everyone who has ever reserved for lot owners!

4'1" 1 sawmill complete, toured California and !In the old days '=;ci : ,I See P. ED. TATEN
;dt c'apea In parts. Also sawmill was a gathering place for bon rlvants :: INTEREST ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS Royal Palm Park :Tort Myers
la'operation. Plenty timber. J. I* It has fallen victim to the Volstead

i_ OHft..,.4&uto Exchange. I-t9-Utc regime and after a recent prohibition '
raid the proprietor hung a sign on the i" i I FORT MYERS JEWELRY
_...1'J S-room new bunga- door reading; "Coffee .and Doughnuts ; BUY TODAY JewelersOptometrist
,;. ;.'.e r vr:,Coa; 0x150 lots 1 3-4 miles -Be," ., .
->. ..:' tIpes'- ftlce. T 500. Some barJL From-the 'porch of the Cliff House ,. I and Mfg (0.1
.- ':- .L t !Ly Clifton, Auto\Exchange, many famous characters have tarried Eye tested Glasses

/- 'a l-2f-12tc i to watch 'the sunset over' the ocean. Take a Large Profit on a Small Investment .229 First .!St.!, Fort Myera., 1
: lttractlrexetl bait !The spot waa'Tisited by Presidents ( .
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t> : atcnt home, new 1rooma: *
;Roosevelt One of Presidents described
.,, If naat. 4closets. cwpboards. the seals lolling on Sea Rocks, The Raymond WaysBOATBUILDING
i ,;s r. ... iIoad fialsh fiulde w wJT-. CROSS '
I which rear thwnselves.some 300 feet CO .
< :: lights
: ; _' ; _teats paint f iectrle ;
r : '1-- 'snit. ttxtores..' Immediate possession.Owners !from the Cliff House, as "huge, obese BEFAIRI56' OF ALL KDCBS i
: '_ ... IL L. Wheeler, fellows! like appalectte aldermen. We Olre Quick Genies
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+, i' -.\ -Dv'i i t .", Li0a'r :.34C.I l&e ships ;gHd through the Golden 221 First Street : .' I Gear: Getting a4 XtUt:
:' Gate, will hart 5 nothing* to-''eat but I Work a Specialty ;:
J jlao n.'f four'room, house* well doughnuts and nothing to drink but A. E. RAYMOND CO., INC

,. .+ kfced'lter: bllslaesa. two blocks coffee. ". .
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