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 3, 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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; i! i : FLORIDA LEGISlATORS Trade Big Body Supper to.Give TonightIf DEMONSTRATION CLUB t Memorial to Century of Statehood Last Exhibit South Florida ShippedFor FairThe KENTUCKIAN STIll -.r \ ";. i

WILL FACE IMPORTANT yon like chicken pilau salads GIRLS HAVE CHANCE Wins Praise of the Entire Nation" list cf Lee county's exhibit PINNED BY BOULDER 4 \\ ,

I pickles, coffee etc, you should at- was shipped to Tampa Monday after-

::'f: : WORK/ 1 IN APRiL SESSION East tend the Fort at big Myers open board air meeting of trade of the tonight AT TRIP TO CHICAGO r et ;r k ELEdQ4C2: noon.The county will have a fine exhibit VII1CHFELL FRIDAY
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pavilion at the' fairgrounds this :year and it is predicted that t \
.; in East Fort Myers at 7:30 Lee county "will bring borne the ba i
.1. EfI'.g1a4' .. Drainer and Citrus o'clock. sorlatloB To con" In the way of premiums.
South Florida Fair t Air Compressor And DeW ire Kinked i
,,.". [ Inspection! Are Oa Men and women invited but, as Tick Winner! For Hob $ I John M. Boring Clinton Bollck. W. To Aid Hesrners In -
ProgramTALLAHASSEE. there Is business of importance to Conn'! ('''. tt. Briggs, Hiss Sallie LIndsey, Mrs. Freeing 'Sufferers \ \..
be transacted and as little noise as Clinton Bolick and others have work-

Feb. J.-Many mat- possible desired, is hoped that By Tkr 'AnwlaUd Prr..) I j I ed and are working hard to make CAVE ---.- f ''
CITY Feb. I.-All.
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ten of outstanding importance children will remain at home TAMPA Feb. 3.-The South Florida this exhibit the best ever.OYMENT automatic .- -
:.r") t the'program of business that are will on There will be good speeches and Fair Association will lend the I l air compressor and drill, and -

it face the legislators music and a good time for all who Home Demonstration club girl making -t a pick and shovel brigade were
.of Florida when t.J
pressed into service this afternoon
'they convene in biennial attend. the best record' In a fashion ACCEPTS
session in
supplementing the efforts of other
April. Those show to lie held here in coupon .
5' of receiving the bulk with the fair from February 14 to rescuers endeavoring to free Floyd .

_legislative pre-session observers consideration are the proposed among HOSPITAL DRIVE the international club congress, held! lMS' POST OFFICE Collins. IS, from his tunnel-prison la t
annually at Chicago.i : Clnh girls from Sand Cave, near here "\
-. reapportlonment of representation in all sections' ot the state will take, A subterranwaa rock, which com i;
,'.' *? the bouse! and senate. Everglades part in the exhibition the limit being I SITEPROPOSifiONNew of the rescuers estimate weighs as (f

:: t. fruit drainage finance measure, citrus MEETING SUCCESS two. from each county, ,._ ". I I much aa eight tons, pinned Collins ::11

inspection law, road matters t Each girl must have wade 'the, i in a section of the cave only eight 'l
convict .
discipline statewide advertising clothing in which she will, mod t}, and inches high Friday morning as he
.,4. fund and suggestions concerning ,SAYS COMMITTEE which moat be suitable for'school I BalUmir! to lie Located: 0n was crawling out after making r. t : :

. a big bond Issue for carrying wear. Shoes, hose, hat 'or other! Broad way lacier lengthy exploration. The slab U believed i ,
j out an enlarged road-building program accessories must 'chosen by the Ia"t: to have caught Collins' I leg in .

..; that would affect all sections of the Saturday" : Ha< Ken Named As wearer. iI I i a crevice, wedging it there, while net ,i
.. 'tale. Tae Pay ftyOfficials Each exhibit must be accompaniedby iI The site for Fort >!yeu' new post actually crashing the:limb. .!>AVi: i
iI has been determinedby
Keapportfonnient Big Problem a statement cost I1ndalue of I office building Brothers of the victim offered $Sad
.. i" Reapportionment probably' will be i' garments worn. The style show 'garments the post office department. Postmaster to any physician who can reaeji ...3.. I
among the 'first matters to be taken The Lee Memorial hospital drive may also be entered in 'the I Halgrim stated to a Press reporter Has and render aid. Only men of

:. .,'"up by the law-makera who. in additloa will go over the top this week, lead- clothing exhibit of the county which.r late Monday night and out of slender stature ran pass through .:: f
.. '. to In of the work predict. the contestant several offers one of the propositionsof
; ,. constituUonal requirements era charge represents. if some of the crevices to where A* J I
;if ,., adopted in 18S5 providing for reappoint Thomas Evans and A; Cavalli are Contestants will be judged -and George; It. Sims has been acceptedby Imprisoned man lies on his leek
k every ten years will begin making a canvass of the businessmen credited on the following basis: the department.It with sacks
burlap stuffed under part- .
1- their labors under terms of the con- and their efforts are meeting Thirty points for every blue rib r. t is: the contention of.A number i of his body and blankets wrapped "'
;l Istltutional amendment adopted last with: success. bon ebtainedfor exhibits al the fair; :' people that the business district of around .
upper part.
, ,t' i... November in the general election There is still a large amount of forty points! for record of year's club j I the and city this seems is to move to settle southwestward the matter All day searchers have explored
work, and for health
s' specifying specifically that this shall work },Jr. Cavalli asserts thirty points
necessary and prove that this contention .Is other caves In the vtebtity Ia hope
J be done' at the forthcoming session. and the need of funds is imminentThe score. I right for business Is very much of finding a passageway ""'bldw/. *
Seats in, the house are to be apportioned overhead of the hospital is awarded One hundred the winner.fifty ,dollars will be, ,. av 4nM dined to follow the post office it In-I permit them to approach Cosine frtffei

according to population in the climbing as the hospital Is filled, to t stated. behind and move th* rock or adiscent -

i' various counties Ihree each going to capacity.It : It was understood that one offer of I tunnel through which they eooM
the first five most populous, two each is realized with, pride that Fort I a building for one dollar a year for drill to him. -

' to the next 18, and one each to the re- Myers has the best x-ray and laboratory lEGION' IS OFFEREDt! .ten years was turned down by the de- Errry effort ttt relieve the .tonri.-. .
/ W/AL dAI
j -,< malning 40 counties. 'Six more senatorial In South Florida and to main t partment. I oned man by entering the cave as

I J: districts are to be aided makIng tain its supremacy the directors of i Illinois' beautiful new centennial, were set aside by I The plans for the building in which he did. through the fifteen toot narrow -
the total 38, the districts to be as the hospital must have the cooperation NEW HOME SITE ON memorial building recently completed -! the 1S17>> legislature. The cost of the I the post office will be located bare crevices, hu failed been ee .
:R ,p nearly equal in population as possi and financial backing of the entire I'I at Springfield is attracting nationwide -!' plot was equally divided between the been prepared by the Martin-Hosmer there Is not sufficient room above

;sI .l ble but no county to, have more than community. attention. Several states Plan-! state and patriotic Springfield citizens. Studios Inc. It is to be eight storiesin Collins body to permit anyone to

'....,. one senator. A state census is to begin Officers and executives ask the CALOOSAHATCHEE PIER, ping similar public buildings are Total construction costs were I height and large enough to contain reach farther than has hips. CoiilM ia
I jp February 15, upon which the" reapportionment hearty co-operation of the people to. studying this; imposing structure. I declared to be excedlngly low In twelve stores. The post office and able to move his arms and turn aUcbt,1
-. j 4: ,, U to be mad.. do the rest. Fort Myera can have the I The corneralonewas laid October view of the high grade building material : lobby wilt be large: enough to take ly on hIs left aide when eating or "'

fi 1 nr- Drainage fund Exhausted best equipped and maintained hospital Palm', City Development Corp. Plan bib, 1918. the iwth anniversary oft! used. The construction 1s of care of the business for a populationof drinking but It nearly exhausted

ti:: Some scheme must be worked out in the entire south-with proper Extension to Fowler i the first Illinois general aasemhlyt t Indiana limestone. The new memorial 'I 6W.OW from efforts to free himself dyeing
b,! .. i( understood_ to finance drainage support it is pointed out., Street and the 50th, anniversary of the cornerstone is of unusual design and wad so' It U understood that the buDding the twenty-four hours before tie
-z work in the Everglades for according This is the week to raise'funds to I laying of the present caplI planned to pernlt'of. construction of is to be arranged for a theatre on plight was discovered. r

:;p, to Comptroller Amos 'funds for .that carry on the work of benevolenceand A $100,000 club house for the Rabe I tal. It is 9 fitting! memorial to Illinois' wings when further expansion Is I the ground floor.and the The..ork'ls building to is startIn' to I Marshall Collins, a brother, eol- .
i r i work; are practically exhausted Mr. healing "Give until it hurts"Is O. Wilkinson Post No. 3S, was the I century of. statehood., Funds to necessary cost it lapsed from fatigue this afternoon i 0'
------ the;;next wttka and "U supposed -
z/ Ames has submitted to the Drainage the slogan."FJR". proposal placed before the post last I -; I to be"Jew finished* in time for the when. the air compressor arrived
: .tl Board a t proposal to enlarge the Homer Collins. .anofaybtotbet( kM
night byW. F. ,Barn well, represent
beginning ,of the office depart-
I post
; district, authorize a bond 4ssue sufficient {/ ng' the Palm City Development_Cor- !THE INQUIRING 1 OTAmANS": r AFTER' I meni's'fiscal:. .y '. Jnly 1st. been working day and Bight carrytag
,,complete : work food to his stricken kinsman and"
; the dratnca. 1 p4U'at.i''L'Jta J lari' to construct t an endeavoring -
4 ASKS THAT It wilt be 150x200) feet and face
: as raptdijr. as possible.and also, refund 1I00 foot pier into the Caloosahatchee REPORTER Broadway online east, being: located to ..e? film fffl* ftStiV-
, outstanding bonds at rate FUll ATTENDANCE father helpless. stands in the
, a lower at the foot of Fowler street, was also I en the :west side of the street about aged
;, cf_ :interest, His proposal embodies ATHLETICS TREATED explained to 'the post. I Ears day ke asks a ..eMi". .. r.I,I halfway between First and Main mud surrounding the ledge at the
a proposal to build an aqueduct from Mr.' tiarnwell who is a Legionnaire 1 eral laterest. a the streets yI street'! cave entrance.
i iI
t Lake Okpechobee. to supply water to 1 offers through the Palm City 3lyere. DISTRICT MEET Thestructure will be of the Span- Railroad highway and mine engineers .

cast coast cities including West Palm I Corporation the Fort Myers post a I I I II ish type along; the lines of the three summoned by Governor Fteld r
Beach and Miami.! The board: baa not FORT MYERS free lot 100 by CO feet on this pier, I Question: What do you think.of the I buildings' the Martin studios have already and others from -various points in tfcfe

., yet*adopted the resolution containing I ... which is to be an extension of a new location selected for post office j,,,3uiubrr of Tisiterv Are Guests of designed for Mr.' Sims. state are expected! to reach tic .f*
f the suggestions. I .-- widened Fowler Street A financing : purposes? i I Fort Mrers flak: Foon. The farm where Sand tie
Jf Immature Fruit Law Loeb Department Store Receives Appeal plan for the legion was also placed Today pokes Its mouth from beneath a heavily
c (Details of the citrus fruit inspec-I In FreightShipment. before the post by :Mr.: Barnweli Where .UVedj First street. j i l icicled over-hanging: ledge U frre ;

ttorf law; bare\ not yet 'been workedout The proposed legion home wouldbe L. O. Pope attorney: "The new
,but it is certain that passage a handsome three story structure location on Broadway I think, is a';'i: t meetings ever held by extremely rough and muddy roads.:!; f
a Jaw' rwlth teeth in it" will l ,be "Take good care of the Athletic' located In the center of the pier. splendid temporary one." {Ii I: I3.'t.- S< Fort Myers Rotary club I On top of a bluff about thirty tet

asked of the legislators, one- design* !down there-F. J. B." was the friendly Plans drawn by Architect W. O. i L. L. Long shipping business: j I,I took place today noon ;'at M IN FULL SWING I from the entrance, the air compreif-

edjto keep 'immature* fruit off the note written on the back of a Sparklln call for a building especially "The Broadway location will afford :,: the Franklin Arms hotel. R. A. Hen {lor and drill brought from the Lafc}.-
market so far as shipments from I suitable for the South Florida cli wilt !villa fire department has hen! $*
is It
packing slip which{ arrived In Fort more room and handy.
The first floor would contain I derson. Jr., was chairman of the day AT TAMPA GROUNDS I f
Florida are concerned! It is not un- fill the bill tempQr rUY." j ed. Preparations for operating tlMdrin
likely ft: is said, that the acid teat Myers' Monday, with goods consignedto a commodious reading room, a billiard : C. P. Corrigan real estate: "The I and had. program' ol real excellence !I proceeded, although not a far

used heretofore as the basis of ''deter 'Loeb's rJepatment store. At the room, roomy corridors and paslbly : new location is excellent for the 1 built around the Idea of building in persona familiar with the region _.- ? i
.:;: miningthe\ quality of fruit may be, bottom in bold 'characters, underscored bed roms or small' shops. The present until the government will: Fort Myers. Lee County Well Represented With pressed fear that the. vibration- mlglt t

. ,abandoned, and.the.Juice content snbstttoted. -: was writUa "::ext pennant. second Bachelor floor would be consisting grven over to of I build a structure of its own." j 1 I Among the visiting Rotarians present PUtfartire Booth And loosen rock which could fall en rescuers -
1.' f that is apartments I Contests stationed in'dltferent'parts of
.. -This is a matter yet Winner. I
' -" ;. two rooms with connecting baths. On II were: H. M. Gilbert, of North ..
, I the
't'o ba- determined., however and it I cave.
; 'Whoever F. J. B. may be one thingIs << the third floor auditorium suitable of ;
' an
"has-placed In the hands, of Nathan REALTY NOTESOF Yakima Washington W. A. ClAJ'k. TAMPA. Thirty Florida counties
; { he is Athletic fan and
sure an for public would be maintained.
use II I' Bob Graham of Grand offered exhibits, lor the Inspection
tbs. Mayo, commissioner: of .agriculture, reads alt he can-regarding the team. FORT BIYERS\ New Tork. '
The construction of the third floor
the AssuredAt
.. I of the public this morning, at Good Time
e ... wad two others.' to decide- what shall He knows where Fort Myers is and would be suck that practically an I II Rapids, Michigan E. G Kirkpatrick

0_,' *- .-b*.dee.i that Jt is where his favorites are to open air theatre would be possible y I I I Tea acres of the'Stadler! Farms has i I jof Benton nUnol 1C B. Cole of 'opening Auto! races of the were South featured Florida Fair.on the Blazer's PicnicAll

.. .Governor .JtarUn has pledged hlm- train,this. Spring. And if he has followed when desired. }I i been sold to O. H. Lumry of Nebraska I Newnan. Ga, W. ,J. Stark of Flint I' today..
. / administration "is going of
his description
'self that Mack's
Connie Tennis courts or a roof garden are for a consideration not mention Michigan, and Cbas. G Iliuer. The Lee county contingent is on who enjoy a Jolly picnic partyare
4,, '' to useevery parUcle "o'f energy and Lei county climate he knows about Considered for the building's top. ..llr.I I i''eel. invited to attend the eampfire aid
r I Other visitors sere J. T. Murphy I hand to do Its part la showing the
' ; ability 'U possesses 111 an'effort to the "city's balmy breezes .how many Barnwell's, The I II held
offer Is too be considered I Independent Filling Station athowling of assembled what Lee county basket picnic which will be
-4.y ; ''give, to the' people of the state the hours Away from .Philadelphia and I John Gates and Morgan Murphy people
by the executive committee who will Green and the five ture! of I of vegetables Wednesday evening at lat o'clockon
J : :: best system of joadt'posetble and will New York It Is, as well as all about investigate and report to the post at I land Surrounding it has been old to. Superior, {Wisconsin, where Mr. Mar. 'i does in the way raising mak the Tamiam) Trail eight miles
I i ";" 'c op rat* with you (Uhe road depart- the 'train' servleej By being an Ath the next meeting a Fort Myerr man who does not want i pay is head of the company that fruit and canning Ha products etaThe from the Charlette-Lee county: line"

mutt ,lo the' fullest' extent w look lugtoward'thta letic fan F: J. B. has become Inter The pier will cost In the neighborhood his name mentioned, for',$12.060./ owns the Superior Telegram and ingfancy county work agents basketry and, Mr. and The original Tamiaml Trail Blai-
end," ested In Fort Myers. of OOOO These be Hot coffee wM t*
U and work .will begin two deals were made ers will hotts.
Mr. Gates is his business manager, urntMlnton Bolick hare arrived and
Road Bend h snetIn "F. J. B" may rest assured that the within four months. Besides the through the Palm City Realty Com- served free. Bring yanr: basket and
a statemenrof the road depart- Athletic' period in Fort My legion home various amusement pany. Rev. Harrison of Tampa, and Mr. are hard at work.Costly Join In helping develop tits great

'* i ment.. few days fitter his inaugura era will be made one of tiff i most facilities of -a desirable<.nature will Stephens, of West Palm Ueach. highway movement "

lion, the,.Governor !D' making the successful in the long and illustrious''be erected. A 50-foot' Jdrhre will1 I Bill Creerey made .att. interesting'1' "Thrill1'UnWher Music will be tarnished by the rate

foregoing' Statement, added that "If history of the dubs say those who awing gracefully around the edge and i FLETCHER' NILL TIE talk on the tennis situation in South Myers concert band and speakers ot
-K 2 the available resources 'are not sufficient -I bow. Connie pleased with will be lined with royal palm trees J I[ club :' note will retell tee tale of how they
: r" for this-[ purpose it 1s timeD Fort Myers.'and, ; Jt 1* to, be supposed! : .Completion of the pier Is placed in 1 t tI Florida and> urged'Pit! Rotary l' opened the last frontier and pissed
? 'that he knew it and advise the that "F. J. B.! and ;other- the Spring of 1926. Connecting with tI j I to get behind the proposition here In the way tor this completion ot the

k people of.the true situation.Y ."- __ much: fa1th,'In Connie' Judgment. the high class business development I I I CARE OFRIVER SURVEY Fort Myers. | "Main street" of Florida.
/ the _.- .,------- ----- planned oa the mainland by the Palm I I read letter
r15/ I k4 Whether'or not sentiment over George E. .Hosmer a
C1t1': Development Corporation, the: I Jjtxso: STREET BL/Ct(# .1TIb
:. IItate,wincrystalite.Inta a desire for IN SENATE SAYS DRANE urging, this ,club to take on. fifteen ,1I t
greatetlepeed: in 1'Qa.1- construction Seeks FootAdjt pier, it ia predicted, will. be one of the'I minutes 'of the program yat Rotary I
: S show places of the City of Palms.Jones' Jackson street Is being bruised **-
; out nut 'T
; ; work sgi clently strong to bring Day at the Tampa Fair ea-II,1 "
tweets Second and Main
: streets toddy
.ii y' =; a propfsa! .lor' & big band issue re day. Vice-president ,Clint Bolick: will ,
: CoB&rrvsmaa )bane Sent )Ie, and the coating ot> asphalt
sage the ( ? appttd
<; mains ,to be' Seen; Great oppositionhas Orchestra be delegated. f6 handle matter]
4 Of CencratBlatloB For lib j _' and the bricks-which have been distributed -
in this Williams,
been shown_to suggestions I The, candidacy"; Charlie
:t 5 ,'<- cravecttaQ heretofore. largely by C To Play in ChurchThe : Geed'Werk ecTcUry cf the : Lakeland' F.0tU71 ,$ t I street have along bees other piled parts on the el ildt the-

those ouwtfe*' that bar spent mil Club, for district governor was also!
= 'w ,f lions In'*nMingr up road ystem.:'of orchestra of Prof. T. IL Jones : "Succe ful in, having bin passedby announced.A \ walks.The concrete curb ft .
being in
house today authorizing surrey I put
their own where belief' !II expressed has been secured to furnish' music at! with a view of controlling the flood : special committee conslsHfig! of1Or ; j ion Monroe street and It begins to-appear -
%; Continued on page .S) the First Methodist .ehurt" south i conditions In Caloosahatcbe river Chopin Harry It Johncon and [: like the street improvements
z this season .at the evening services district. Senator Fletcher Al U; Williams -was appointed to be < will be corDpl-fed.1 ia the Bear f Blare
; will handle :
: -
that known, as ,the On to Palm Beach s .
and it is expected ,the congregation i br
.- S MOON' TIDES matter In senate. This telegramwasreceived This committee U urged .
AND will greatly appreciate ,this ad-: committee.: : THE WEATHER
front 'Con- ;
yesterday i
x d to try and get a hundred per cent at-, :
F sr land, 91S p. nvFirst + ded 'attraction.
Xew"$01\- I
'rr".t : gressman H J. Dress by W P. .Jendaoes at the District conference'at I' : -r Highest t.mperaba
: ;non. Prof. Jones has musicians of: :
Quarter Fronklin, corroborating_ Monday's dispatch West Palm Beach on:March_ 19th; t I\ ,werd&y .. ....11
tra gGt 449'p; __nL merit in his orchestra and the class t
t ; hilt 1r In the Press.Mr.'Franklin delegation t
tt et t I and 20th. It la'likely that' Lowest tcmperaUre
S La", 'Quartett." Ith-.4:41' a.. m. ot music furnished will be fully up sent Mr. Drane a message ; wilt go via the Lab Okeecho-)1'I last night . ..i?
to the church's high standard, it U "Inteltectttal" Uit
of congratulations for his .Xdohf5L
'r' ra 111. : : ( ; good bee boat line. : Rainfall, 24 hrs.. to
t f\r. fRE4yCEYT.'BEACiIt announced.n I work in /securing!'<<: the passage of the eta* a long prison"sentence just *
$rd George E. Tlosmer told of the trip "thrllLKarl A m, lna..0
wanted n'
February b
: 1'11&1 js S r because *
; Hie"T..r.Jt;ea ilk ad lla0P.m measure oa the Ojiags Blossom Special over >*ur* 19. ot Wtefcua. Ka 1* befetnnuif \ Wind, direction.JJW
'- i:1 .and jJ'iP.JII.: : : "SETT :MAi3r ST. BnunxaThe. With a survey: to discover the the Seaboard Air .Llae.tti West' ;Palm, .to reaftM it was not worth Wind Tel, miles, t
: Low.i''de.J /' cause and effect and the remedy of new'rail ', a lug .
.-p;: ,=...... -. BeieJt jtttd predicted other ,tnbe costesraanagieg I Sky or ft Gtr
: "f; atal i"nu,' ,411&JlI :Oen. '{S A Kaupp$f Missouri W. F. Barnweil Realty Company these serious-floods then the next raid development in.' 'Sooth Floridain !I ]camas City rug plant and studying Barometer 20.04
z i R soon will start an active campaign will occupy the east room atNo. step will be to straighten' the channel the near futorc ;, 'on the aide for lie SlptanaUc ecr- For Florida: f Mostly1 Cloudy catgut
*' _t, .t.D1... ::' '_1 for the position ot rfalef of the_millHa 40Main street of -the new concrete' of the rive There U,little doubt Robert A. lienJerosn. Jr,.disco used I aim, Peter Joined in drag store shot and 'WednesdsK colder tonighf; JhsBerjhwesl

:.. 'bureau IB:the War DepartmenU : building: ',;:n::),L. Cranford, the but.that this weald permit the-pass the building sltoatlon Fort Myers.1Of takUp.One ot fatally his companions wounded a de- I ponloit and light/ frost Ift I '
'' I "iU 'WasMnston. lie hope t sucfreed age of a greater quantity of"'water IL 's. George) Rollason was protaWy extreme' tonight IT
( north
f. -'nai. rT ';a ,:. General Oeorte-'C: -RJckarts .
\.tui;='I'h1M1 1 ...ltsaaad lbg ,.Dk" : .: who will retire la' .u""WF; J,, Edeiblut::: the west! ,room and<.a{oWpenlBs-jjot the- channel :will initiated a-Member of Bolar). tarasri7 T"+s.lnlwetaess-ta.Leuie weather cleara. .tstoderata north = hwladsw
. .of M- No. 44 with a plam&lnt-shop. probatl/ caie'at: the sane' tim& Walter Bowles acting' as Inqakitor.a tddaltw '- -- : :;.-
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# .' .Fa.t 3tyer Jflwld&. __ U 1fOn\/Dean Walter.Wimarra of the ::: _." f

f' T"Oi net$ Ty! tt* -*. School.Journalism at Columbia. Missouri, fis I Tu sisT, Third : ,.. ., f .. \oi '
-' 1 1 ERS Jigs, incorporacte'-! surer:113;that he is coming, to Florida {tn March, Ii The P. E. O. caipter, wiil. j lDet la. yy-"
y .e jbil, .!Vvliltsltrr and GeaeraT ]Xanagtffucf and will be present at the meeting of the Florida: i regular: session at 7:30 p. m:-at the

/ ';H tuna! matter U the Press Association at Gainesville, This is.pleasing borne of Mrs. Armedar Xo.. 4, Anderson "
_,t7er. Floi-bUb under March14Yard *. IK*. news. Dean Williams is one of the old time newsrjaper avenue. All visiting members

..tkT ,'.H''''' ajwr on 1 Novrnber ll. lilt fad as men of the United States; leaving the active I will receive a cordial welcoi 1e. .' ,
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I :a wNttaalaectt; U. JU!. ?"ey. w nJtRW'> -x1S t.'fJ"Qtl"U: D 'R E99 wiat-waq'then! the only School.of Journalism .Qfl There will lie a schAoJ'jpf.inrtru; *-
rt.i" ,
eat.. I Pr. !- excturtvrfy eetltltLi u.. for the United States., and which js.stil the. best 1 Hen held at Pythian{ half at 1.ociett'i
04' :t flea d : It or not othe I! conducted By Mrs, Alice 0..1'
. I .t '.;: retaiClicatkh"tl'epecta1 dth tches b.r.1iar.. been organized:: in connection with- ''various! uni- ,Neighbors f I f of America All members1 : .
verslues since;the establishment of this first one : llu v.r I' to be present. '. *
.alli'\It\! Utbt 1 urged
1t JnnicB"jUt'ES. Thej5cJiOQl of. Journalism of the. University of LEAST II!II I' .. >vI ,
:,t 'j; t+OU''QR1tM: 'o.tsS4. tee;? u7el 'tttr 4INty Ar A '
rlICd Missouri which is I I ct
f synonym for the Wo-
4 +MN Cowd es J9\t. an4 Jdendr'7 Counties really a name I Thft board of governors the '
1" r re.moth J-t-uia___,-._-_.,-".._$LU.SO I II One Three loath: lOfttha=; _,r,,, ?f 1.7.'.Ii Dean,Walter. .Willi ms., IbZ N T11ES i, man's division .of. the chamber' ol
Dean William's at the of 1 commerce will bold its reguarmeerlug = -'
'.q $ ''I Month. Ut presence meeting I
th--. n. ...- y&' r One Ye&l ,_. 6i't the; Florida tress Association means an enrichment'bf ..' I Tuesday, February 3rd,'at 7:3:
11 ;..W"1y, j-'on ).a'_, p,0_ Tau +tee .the 'program. E I p. m., In the chamber of commerce
S' The yieillly" ) Fort 1reh'frta4 Bix Months.jyl6tyt4 ; : to be
rooms. Members urged pres-
-'- ......... rt:".Gainesville .'and the _University of Florida ; ent. "
+t.t -'t
I .r .' ;: n 1 were; selected t by the association last spring at the T ;% -
''' ,SUSfAININO EMBER meeting ,at Cocoa _s the place for the meeting The: Elizabeth; nenevolent suety"will ;
this, year, ,,Details? are being arranged by the r meet at the .home oIi las-M!

:.::;,.: ITT ON At. EDt rr ORIAt t Executive: committee. It,is expected that stud- !! Flossie.. Kill, 2:30 ,o'clock. Import' -*,
J'Z4.t. ents takWg journalism subjects at the Universitywill ant Business.the '
.. .- 1924i fa&excused from some of their work in order LkwM i t. S e ,
: ASSOCtATIO d :. to attend the meetings pf the. association. It will I I Lydia Shands W esiep Bible
1 class will meet at 3 o'clock.with Mr*.
be art inspiration to them to meet Dean Williams.
I ,Retnber Qlltllem 3ewapaprr: 1'nbllsbers'i.AssocUUoa.Jtember .. I J. Jo. Tarrer [In East .Fort Myers..
.C:;. FIsrIda Press Association. l ; Cars will leave the church, 'at.?:45

:. itit < Member ll.rM. Associated DaIlIes THE PINCH HITTER t 1 I I p. m. Visitors are cordially ID1'i ed.

,':: JTemlxf fionth Florida Press! IssoclaUon.. __ .

.. ,' Tuesday Afternoon, February 3, 1325.. jEvery: major league baseball team has one 1 itdni'dapt; Fourth .'' .
I ----- ----- or more pinch-hitters-men!! who are able to The Three Links circle of Rebek-:
,' ;; BIBLE; :THOUGHT FOR TODAY swat the ball when a hit means one or more runs aihs. will, meet at the home of Mrs.
:> .God, will guide. thee:-:=Be ye= no\ as and,possibly\ a ball game. No team ever wins a I I Clement, Heitman street. at 3 o'clock.'
:.\if.. the}horse.or as'the mule,whlcb have championship without its capable and and relia- 1 Mrs. II. S. Tyler hostess.Thursday '.
'to: :)ikj.understanding: whosemoutkmust ble pinch-hitters.. ::-::--
? }6&held in with bit.and:bridle. I will instruct theeand _. _. _.,.Ever, has one or more pinch- Fourih., ,..' '
,1ead if thee lit the' way which thou shall go. hitters the more,the better. They are the Installation of officers Will beheld.
''+Psalnt ;tl:-9-8. citizens who get out and do things when the com fey tKxb'n Comp: ; r-:o. 9GS3. ftoyal

: 'r munity calls upon them; in a critical moment. Neighbors\ of America .in .Pythian.

\ H"' -\f FOOT, X\EB&t PRESS PLATFORM:. They perform! almost every kind of community I II I Hall at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting Neigh. '

... 'f : service, regardlessof the cost to themselves in J bora welcome. '. .

'. .:;\AtRsfllin' ( :: and Lean Asseelatlen! : : _., ..,. time.and effort.: The community pinch-hitter is The Woman's society .of the" Presbyterian -.
z.4 ,later itenln; ;Plant for Municipal Water thft exact, opposite of the "Let George do it citizen church will hold a regular

Sys1e. ., to ," He is really the man who puts his hometown all day meting in the church parlors.A .
;;;,!voter FI'OIer Island'Park: and XBBteip'al'IndU, on the map., though lie may get little cordial[ -invitation is extended to

terrors I ". ... credit for his work, visitors. Luncheon served at 12:60.:
:.PuTR: ?..Frut Itdultvard.. In eVery'department-you; will find the pinch-' STUDENTS ONCE AIDED TROTSKY footpads and that "no woman Is I Business tln at 2:30 followed by.missionary ,
f':Free B 'Ith.le Treseett! JleaeU.i hitt t'> fding every worthy enterprise-serving'I safe from assault Whiskey is chiefly meetJDg. '
;: Deeper lacer Channel. to Provide Entrance fit on Committees, soliciting fund, enrolling memtkiS -' IN ESCAPING HANGING SAYS COUSIN 1' to blame the judge asserted, and .. ,, .. '\ > ;
IOtui Gelnjf Tesitls.tcicTjletibn! a public installationof
.- ;: i chamber of commerce and boosting i said the so-called ''?Jetter class" of ( !
Ii tl le Count j's System j f Roads everlastingly, WEXATCHEE, Wash. Feb. 3. elusion until the vigilance of the Russian responsible for the sit- ; the Royal Neighbors\ .ofiAInr1ca.
: a-fornpl.n( of TaL7'R: How an experience In the life persons were and, ,each member .is request edito le
: early
1 lh the, HallifaX County we have many pinch: secret police was relaxed. Then patipn because they are the boot- and ..
"t 1slm,lteac';, tIgl1fa1... ,: : nUflrat1&D! .f ItIghwayiInelsdingIlaating!! ot. Their services'.are- always for. commu saving him from execution by the ;persons who can afford to purchase '* %.
the name .of Trotzky to helpin -----" *
,tout l J'clDj' long Tainlawl 1 Trail. Pear: .acro,, Russian Czarist government made liquor at the prevailing prices. ltenlfa \ioih Ii.
;w ;a: -service: They! are ourbiggest i .assets and i in -, i
c6rntL! and ( enunnln; of Royal Pain along3feL'fegorBoelerard him a convert to communism was related avoiding detection. I I
:/d"e ; ; I 1
a quiet build community .'and !labor forthat '
way .PJlr is'only
"*" "So it natural that Leon
recently by cousin Mrs. r Town
; t I'nB':' The honey crop of America which "De n Choir" a play tol>
-.tna.n r.oa4 te East ; =. spirit:! .of cooperation: which makes the future ftose Kornbllt of Manson Wash. The would believe In communism" Mrs. I is produced In about six weeks. Is I'given by Pythian Sisters at Gwynna
.., j l =:: of this section' ;. secure. mothers of Trotzky and Mrs. Korn-I Kornbilt ,laid. "He gave to' the poor worth over $30,000,000; auditorium ;., -- J
yo JU1 honor and credit to the pinch-hitter of hut were sisters. and in return the poor:gave; him what Fx

: RFEJOICE AND- "f DE GLAD. E"_:: .i the Halifax.. County.. -,Daytoha 'JournaL. When quite young Trotsky whose could not be bought with money-his The Old Home Town Thttame
real Dame is Leon Brnnshtoen, was freedom." '5,, ...,.: ..LI..C Wiiatt.arwTSMets -
n ",'J'd t tfio residents, of?fort 'Myera' who,hfy< :'';; sent by his! wealthy;parents David .His,parents did not know fOr, .years
; ffiprSK RATES AND THE NEWSPAPERS. and Ana after his that he. had not been :/' :. !
n. 'so L -g and so _persitMtlyOTtidsinsrand:: > \ Brnnshtoepl from their I : escape f,
comglai lni about the, co>id t.iQfi'-f) ,the .Streetsthatjtjhas I home in southern' Russia to European I banged. After his return to Rua,ii I a year.y, ,
; become a fixld-h biF:vntti 'themf} 9, s'1'he 'Nerr,York .Herald-finbune deei3tes that schools Mrs. Kornbilt'said. He sympat.hized and hU rise, to the head of the Red eIso icw
:$mock the strata, the worCth'aOs:: / being'done.f1t tha'Ste'rlin bm in.thtfe \toilto becoe.' law. with fellow students less 'Arm.he- .rejoined hla mother With SW.

-and the.people who are doing. ,'tlitwgrlc! : f .-should, l be.amendedas, projwsed by Senator'Y 'I fortunately situated than himself and tb.l'e olutiol1 she hJLd'lost" her .
y '' divided his with them.Later wealth. She now resides In Lenin-
,rccmmend a look at Lee.'street jsince',,the w. ,, .?goffers .a? H. ngel that would .folloW I' means .a/N 1HErrpe rM ND FQlMD '
of has been eX' 'ttij-thatptDposed ,Sena tor Trotzky was jailed by the grad. Mf ft4r LITiIE DO/tT ,7
paving' COmPl ted. jGet :into( by McKinley uzT
.y r
? Czarist government on a charge of Mrs Kornbilt. with her husband. FMSIIY, TIFF' wI'tsM ,,T ,
,cars and(ake-a' drive overJtand'decidethat i f e_ It the'spring of 1924. Of it, the being a Socialist, aid was condemned Aar6n Kornbilt resides on tea acres tltts FROtbt yp, =- to

', .aSgoed; as It lookd. : ;- "SK/ ,..,* > ., Tribune-saya: s' d Herald-I tP. die, .It was then that theiriendiy ,of highly productive orchard land on '12WM6rtT 1
.,; .;>; Theawormyour way through"Jackson: I |4"t'!.-: 3ena.t6r.: McKinleY' sought,'to 're)1i eve an. ,,/acts, toward his fellow students the shores of Lake Chelan. not' far ?
.,.(tit 'ypu .can) bud "View iKe: jjfles1 of brick Jowaeah'ltuabon in the second-class' service: bore their fruit. They startedto from this city. She left Russia in
_!and 1\her readtorlay.( } Fgue| that it**8tl'; Rates in that'service had soared too fast and. too dig a tunnel Into his cell and effected ;-; 1907 for fear of persecution of the
:]!( ;iong. until,Jackson,street:will be paved" 1 fanriricreases'having gone'Into effect-successive- I his escape on the night beforehe Jews and came to America In 1918.

.pfirne.substantial and, satisfactory way :; j r.o1tJ1,1lYf'1.11918. | ; July 1,1919; July 1, 1920. was to have been hanged his In Seattle, where she landed, she met
.etrcef is jvow.payed, and see can't gl ltat'I' d JWS'1;,1921. As a result of the first.two, cousin related. and married her husband, who also r--
sood.little )iammer. a rest while 'yod '.. 'aecdndfiles4r; v' b1.f more than doubled;, rising Dressed in feminine' garments, he lied tied the Jewish persecution in I
shout of.thimksg'ivlng.for whath, 3 been So: ; from'$11,718,000 .t 4ti'J2S,100,000, A$-a;result of fled to Paris; and kept himself In se- Russia.Jacksonville. 1 E F xy .,

Lee".streeti what i* being done on Jackson! s, theJJaat tyep they rose only from $25,100,000 to Unsafe I
dner for' what will} soda, be done on all the a' J25.197OO0: !, -- -- f TRUCKERS ARE WARNED .

named In;the'paving contract.cj :T- ':Be;:they $$& !L fhert t rpsylt l; ;The :'drove; Judge Tells. Club
Constructive' 'erjticiam- alt.afsi # ir t of. e'secon'd-JI:I lass mail an enormous! volume
MVV Maigenume
hard: kM6ckv}sometimes< justifiabJ'butpY f" er.formerly-harfdled in the first clAss andcond'zoDes OF F GGPLANT StAEGA1A1SVItLE lnr T1>. ..rtetmt Press snow ri5ea rr ,

: *lSe and: thanksgtying.should' not be.neg, ;. The'1921 postage rates were far JACKSONVILLE Feb. 3.-Speak- MOT 1 ,
.Jectcd when there |i reason for them.-i. F f.the-express company rates for aims;:, ing before the weekly meeting of the

.* .. .4 veti SThe saturation point for..$econ4'deHvery -' ; lj'eb S.rTruciersand : I Exchange club Judge Danied A. IWRLU1, rt.pii ..eF r MER .hU5 ,
Simmons of the circuit tuort .de .svtma r
%vV: AN 'APPRECIATION R ,,Wad reached after,rthe. increase.jif I gardeners are (advised to pay clared here this week that it recent S.- ST Sat esOne..vsENt"v NeiibC FROrrt.S.bppa OP'i & stint+G aeoiiR3t

:n: a ;1.. 20,; ookAffect. ';The492Qscheduleproprbp close attention!! to the eJ.o.t destructive ly hag been demonstrated that AVER MUSTER K1AT.L wAS f 40t4Q7fepz 4
.. r;::;.f.t.a recent meeting at the!FraukU I i 'oiltapoumetiandledmorerevatsy disease-of-thejeggplant, and to man In Jacksonville Ja safe; from ? Torllie $IDFMMLK. .+tra S
sponsor dtby 'the won ate.'bf-; l)1) jsecqndHclass! schedule in the 7 '. '
en.$ ; u r. $ do thts from the.:nm b, they select
:t an iiA1 etu' and enthusiasm':was"given:'t5 Di ept's.history ..'_ tn/4 Jnts Jn MOM7\ ? POP ..1 I
their -eeed till >/ art set .
: BY
merit f ofsuftable'Tibrary a rton:; ex: .' ''J'08U1 Venu's.S9 as:to permit\ .h djdet the field, and. even Jatter! that it thisdiseasetiporer __ __. __ .' __,, _ Tayloif
far.. the-city! j hich: should $artt'syc\-! catnpai f err,'':ofs stal; satat.I'Thi objett'is ,def ff ot-rot. leaf spot r-' ,'
ioaxthe hign/oa4 ofull:acxomphab m .;;-., g,.::.! +* teditUhe.present: :,: excessive first; and second cr fruit rot- p1>eatil.: This advice isgiven OR "nIE.CNA.. MC CvtNT 4-ITS 4 4000G r tlj1 VJECt MACS OIS ='t! -In loki ::4i.w4i.1O:1IRe=; w,lib rary..rM aerie:tats are booted 'and ,lore_'newspaper and by 9. F.- Webir;'associate! plant 9:3O AND THAT OURM KID No9 cOMEgotl t( p iN'IKS: k =
i'ev5c'rwo, _not*ferget4thewomettoftrr ; F orj;J_, i d'periodical btJsihess:In these'zones' are chased pathologist 05 the :*Florida Experiment "ASNT COM{ TO WORK,METB He CIW'T GeT'rQ: )CT T' ttif 319 I ',? :-
;{.who': "haf '.Le *?the'presents;: library; unctioa .Ay;;; (To restore the 1920 schedule on the other.ered rotation! i j.', ., ,tl4t iiGkT HC oOl.E.t) Me NESEROkl WoR C old nMtr! ; 7.. S y' i j "
ing through -thS' twenty odd years since? it,:was ;:"W'ud, .mean 8' Janre..increase Df;first and .This.diease! .I( Is cioBed by .the fun- .i 3AWIM&: HE HAD A DATE) WITH 8ECOMEHaeiT.x

JTounded: i in'IhV theii'.vUJage'of: Fort JJyers.e n'fciWflttQitv ktcI. .. e;ie vitie8..andJarge>::s ond-dass. reP gas kngWnas phgigop'sis" \ vexans sndts.commgnlyovch < HIS oewnsrHERE. HE COMES J JiJTT T 1:
.-:'. -'I : l 'feupporfc* aiid,, but Bpaamodic ea :'resepoesatin&e Qe"i ice would, be ren- aaines,.mcntloned J"ore-iy ,any depending..of the Not \).>-- DOfJT wA tTAT
t: gburAgement'frp Jheirif ellow. townspeople these. oace.more.on a._business! axis" 1 upon" the locality- grown: In and. the A MOt1e ,.4
-faithful workers' nJave;, kept;ab'ye"an institutie '.> .. ,1> site_of .the-"plants woen .attacked. mro i
meagre as. ",facilities and whieP .jeeenjljtto of 4
resouroeaare. kTHL-NE1V FACTORY Speaking tQ i* group ..
;has been rendering distinct service to.thl'chat.iNllnityl. rtr-;: "" trnckerdabouftDttsease.lir.: Weber 4 tTo
., -" satdJt ypilIntend\: ,6 grow :eggplants 3t

't.-r.'Mfsa MInnJe. Gardner,. Mi s Mary Uf'> ow:jofced'las nip Jit'' IS.,thet. ompiettonementa'to your attention 'should be toused -
and Miss/Maggie.Verdier haye'probably. : bring a' new Industry td Bar- ; .following polntsi (11Bea'caretgt )
In electing seedbed.
outstanding figure for which the community may tow.with..a guaranteed pay roll of\$50,000. New! land Is probably best for' thin ,

thank for;.the;present i institution.: TO Mrs, .LaX ,f.'The.-cp'ming'bf1the: : new factory is the latest purpose as there, are. few ,U.any. ;
I' 1 'cock,:especially the community feels itae1t JndebtF and largest recognition' of:Bartow's'advantages spores pf the 4isea* In sue hsoiL If I Ii : .
edifozx$he has served,, faithfully! : a'nd1wen.over; l i ustrial city.l ,' tIitdustries'previonSly'.Idre. I yon have no new fend, be tore that
i fiat e..fQundingQf; .liefpresent library w1tlfi rtltfa.h! chiefly cejileredlri the phosphate mirifif.a the soil you selectiia* not grown Iri-

i .bat one.thought in mind,-to give to Fob,. h divert >>a' 'of. :- k 1c n"su4sI }) '. ,tecifd _egfT fO ..; ,- use Dt years. MNoinl
.t the;,best library;; service"that could -")rtn4Cel Ifi I .11' '...Witli.t{ t.t'I, pIJlII&L-: "pay I. :roll,'whicr h feted''seedbtd.sterilize l. an old in
with"the Bttaterial .at hani All' library'worked bay it by staemor ,t
,&*-*?**** ? ** n.1Aearer\I: W JyvKJv Tiliflil $50,000; ';. ,
.: }i vc.gItenfteeJyof their own time and servfces;; [lthen B1ttwiU.b ..Q.oubtyJustjfled.,,,, -. f>. < "Are. Donl"r GET 1
Z- Disinfect,theMe Ay}
i Ars,:Layeock's; long service to..the"'ceDnUIdtY 4'cff&e'clftl TEIfc| pew fActory'should work to the finan tialtit'lhnent'ofa ( ) hPme Ftziniwtou
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-:: loIutloIot,sorrosivR nuii-
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.:' lotewgrthyfdr he_.has'4M4ektolri.forpy : < ;
;c '" .., !c two decadM: ; has worked!' agaInatfaneht'and ploy>nent; merchants wiil .sell goods..;real :estate 'this.Is. for' tijejturpose of kililng linyepprea TtiA'C tou ttAD WiTtt any i0t1R L-Z DIG! vat aawl OR L air SWaJrKnT t alb our
;, -- seeming jndifferenceand; owners will share profits1 from increased profits Shut max h>>* onthe seed._ Be, tF lutE Y 1
y interested dhework; as-dur;: g.tire :bf eght'''about<
'fiMdI*k'of\ enthusiasm;.which followed the ferr f or h itte&r1 .... : _JongtJ| than_J five!, A y '!
.. ststtori 9C the libraryDearly. in" the present cefij .. ; .. Ith\f.\ M 'tj) ,!'1 a btil| nte.s, Wash the seed f.lnm!!
< : ;" : I. h. hd lwth'hJ rnnnins water for 20 minutes
tt' *? w's grQ. ._ 4lk ,
-0' ; R : Yd plant-at once bill\-I
... .:.:. 'l''L'sUrl"nfM: thing is noj: usuiiHy. hard;; o1.4eft iRl1eAI1 praaperityor osew i : *(3)( Spray: the plants In the
it r3.1n But:to tain.that-inerer ttternselvesto'take'advantage'o 'i it
res mg. mai :- bed ''and .after they have been- ;
tiv; arperiod: ypare in the face of diacour= ty'Reco'rd/r: -'! planted ta, the field! with 4-4-54

'kaglleg conditions fa! to displiy !a spirit,of;a rtfeffrt ; Q- ,t <," .. -pOik.Coun-l deaux ihlx1 re. Spray 'once In every J

se 5 a aot be too highly prized'by?the_commont I :!;; ....t ... -... lea day or two weeks, U there are a i yr
: ,_ '} fc any Indications of {pie disease la the 11t
''!i', wtf Ffbrida have ., ii
Fore. >&i needs' an 'a teqir te,,h"k' "r: *4e"'South FJorKM-rair'which; field. ," '0"- :_

w en'p 't+adin'tlse'rlea } .;, .I.of i_ t. -- ,p.;. gajetffMSSh'f8"4181' .Cew'Y0rfe"chy: : U k'y far"the larg- t I.d I.

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'bfi 'i workers In Manhattan. 't.t ., / 5k

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; MANY RECENT ARRIVALS of New York City and Mr. and Mrs.J. Swedes Warned Not To district saving bank of Dessan is doing inimimnmimiiimiMnniiuiimMiinmiiiimimimmmuf' : : ; : : E 5 CENTS
H. Weber of Brooklyn N. T. SECOND ANCIENT CITY .
even more for new arrivals. It -
. January -30th Break American Law has announced that it will give a | Shoe Reparing While You W*
AT ROYAL PALM Soreno Lund Saint'. Petersburg; J. I bond for three marks to the ,
HOE E. Duffield Kennebt'ckport. Me.; ;: IS FOUND IN NEVADA STOCKHOLM, Feb. 3.-The lure of I of every child born in 1925:! on parents condition i I GOOD WORKMANSHIP REASONABLE PRICED
William G. Krieg. Chicago... IlL the Golden West is as strong as ever : that the parents deposit one s William Ro";:rs :'i:'.\c.: W.fC coupons given away FREE

-- January Slit: A i' In Sweden and the applications for :I mark. Then four marks will be held 5 Prtmpt service given to mail orders. We pay return post-' i I

Monday' arrvafe| *t the Royal Sir John and Lady Wlt'mot., London; :rOSOPAlI.ev... Feb. 3.-Another visas consulates received have at the United States !II I In deposit on Interest for 11 years to I = age. Send us :your old shoes-we do the rest. ':..
Palm hotel are; Mr. aDd Mrs. George England; Mr. and Mrs. .:Ben Herman, prehistoric city was found recently practically exhausted promote the saving spirit among "
Chrlstoph. Warehouse the quotas for the remainder of ,I Taminosean Bros.
families | | .
Point Conn. Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs Warren n. 30 miles east of Beatty at the head -
the Immigration year. I "
Mr. and Mrs. Warehouse bare return. King Bound Brook. N. J; Mr. and of Forty Mile Canyon. The discoverers : | Electric Shoe Shop 1
e4 from brief atay'In In view of this situation the Swedish -
Miami Mrs. Louisville Ky.February
which Owsley Brown ATLANTAN BUYS
they greatly enjoyed- J' W- Campbell Judge W. B. Cray and W. E. authorities, aa well as the Swed- = The Home of Men's Fine Shoes '

aAd.Theodore; Flaher have arrived to 1st15r. Bond, of Beatty, have been. investigat- h-American Line... are making ef CARSON MARKETThe | 210 Main Street-Fort flyers, Fla. |: !t
remain throughout Ute season. and Mrs. J. C Yager, Chicago; fag their find far two months and forts'to prevent Swedes from yield-
were held nj>.3C houis la the Georgia They Mrs. Norman Schultz Miss Xoulse pit rival. In ng ,lo the temptation of entering the niiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiitiTHiinnniii'iii'niniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii' '!I f ' ;' 1 '" '"iiniiiiiiiiiiiirinnininniiMr" " '" '"1 I r" ? :_

flood sections. Mr., and Mrs. F. W. Geer andMlss Mabel Geer ot: Sltort they say promises to United States;, Illegally. Thus the Sam Carson grocery and meat: ttlfllllIIItlllllttllllltltlllllllllitllEitilillifinlla(11'" I I { { I I I I I r: : ( 111:1tllllllllllllllllllllllillllgllttlf( \! 4-
Bauscbar of Sommnriile Mass. will Hills N. J.; Mrs. H. M. Henderson. :archaeological Importance Pueblo government{ tal board has publish market on Main street has been sold
remain fey as extended star. as will of Washington D, C. ;Grande / Nevada; the ancient city ed In Its latest bulletin a warning to J. P. Thompson of Atlanta Ga,
C.-A. Kenyon nvaattngton.. ,found recently in the Valley of Fire. against attempts to slip over the possessIon .
.tnfnla'of the, past week : A considerable quantity of pottery [Canadian frontier by persons who I 0 I +
''QUrl :6th MEAT BOARD : OFFERS has been uncovered, and it Is, said to have been legally transported to the I i thirty years experience in the busi- Baltimore and
Mrs.. Jean Neville Daytona .be t .unlike anything hitherto found on Dominion. ness and promises to increase the t
Joseph stock
; American and make other Improvements
-..L-wU.' the continent. As soon as
o Baton\ Mass; Jno. B. He has returned to Atlanta and
< I/EacleV. JscksonvUte: Mr. and Mrs. CASH PRIZE CONTESTCHICAGO. weather conditions, permit further START. WITH BASK BOOKS I will be back with his family by the
excavations: will be undertaken by W.
Mfr: .
., W. F.Eawer. and Mrs. Kelly. Mr. middle of the week to make Fort My-
and Mrs. >N. C. El rand Mr. and Mrs.J. M. Harrington representing the DESSAU1.. Prussia. Feb. 3,Every era his home. Florida !
a. Wad.e1J.' of}}Jeannette Pa. Heye! Foundation of American, Indian baby born In Dessau on Christmas i It is reported that the deal was Oysters i
Research' and the Smithsonian In-
-t'.UI'J tttb.Mr. Feb. :3.-The average was given a deposit of three marks made through the Palm City Realty }
<: and Mrs.* S. S. Ford and daughter housewife of today may be familiar stltutkm. by the municipal saving bank. The Company.
,'of' Great .Tat la. Mont; Mrs. A. with only a very few cuts of ;meat, as :'Mr. Harrington at present Is super
EL: Plamondsu. .Chicago; William revealed by a recent government survey V&tending excavation at the Pueblo
Childs. New: York 'city; Mrs. V. L.NanrsT but Mrs. Housewife of the futureis 'Grande Nevada where almost everyday Fresh Shrimp Clams Pompano
he is finding evidence that convinces I'I'Sea
New York City; Mrs. John to be far better equipped In this
Leaky Washington; ,Mr. and Mrs. E. behalf If'the national live stock and him this city existed some
S. Woods and Mr. a nd Mrs. C C. meat board has Us way. 2,000 years ago and was occupied for'a NORTH AND EAST Trout, Florida (Spanish) 3

Miller, Riverton. N. J,.; Mrs E. It. Results of the survey which was thousand years before it was aban- ]It ",
Chapman. LaBelle; Mrs. RK Smith. conducted by the department of agr doned for some unknown cause. lIe Mackerel\ Red Fish. -
'l.'ampa;',.Mrs, W. B. I'racy. Saint rlcnltnre. have prompted tho board has uncovered 18 tombs containing 3 I
.'Cloud; Mr.. Dan Padgett and child to launch a new project ot meat education vessels decorated in turquoise and THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE announces that :

I, rea.. among high school students of pearl shell cut Into small beads. The effective February 3rd 1925 its 7 daily through passenger ,. .3
: Jantary 2Sth % home economics says a statement issued length of this city of ,antiquity has trains between the north and south will be op If you want Fresh Gulf Fish while .
bxaen established six miles.
\ .f Mr.-:ud.lra. F. W. Busslmas..rhiUdelphla today by the organization's at fresh
I i. ; Mr. and Mrs. J R. Far. headquarters here. This project will F. W. Hodge curator of the Heye erated over the direct double track main-line follow- they are 'telephone us your

; ?. orld>Eaat ChldKni Ind.! C. E. 0..BelLtNew be known as the second national Foundation, has recommended an appropriation ing temporary'' diversion because of flood conditionsin orders. '.'::: _':
: Tor. Dr.'and Mr Oco. meat story contest full particular ample to excavate the entire Georgia. !
c. Hall. of RIch ond. VL; O. E. concerning which will be in the city. It Is estimated the work .Z
Baker. Tampa; Mbs Jean W. Stokel'j hands of high school home economics will cost around 1100,000. Phone 16 for Prompt Delivery
MorrUtown. N. J.; Mr. and :".'1. W. Instructors and their students In the Complete Information From
P. D. rcy. DulnUuMicri.f very near future Figures Issued by the International I Ii
zr ,': Jaaaary ntJa The first contest or this sort 'was Labor Office of the League of Nations N. B. Parker Phone 512
that thirteen nations have
c. H. Smith. Mr and Mrs J.' IL held during the Spring of last yearIn I

FlUh; Virginia Fitch. Janet Ft tea nomics co-operation departments with of the the home nation'shigh eco- ratified night the work convention of women and prohibitingthe minors. I

.. t l e. ..aK schools. The boadd explainsthe Atlantic Coast LineThe i CITY FISH MARKET I

initial effort as bolng for the pur- 'A Smart .
I pose of stimulating the study ot meat .
through offering an incentive for the Standard Railroad of the South.
indent, to write upon this subject. Costumer a City Dock ;
*)he new contest la a continuance of :: g .
1 R the original idea the'need for whichhqs a '
a a .
been accentuated by the findings i.titiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiininiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHMiini_._ ntniiMtiiniiiitnimiMMrniiiiiiT., .
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of Government investigators. .if' I IJ
The board points out that home
economics Instructors In all parta of '
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1 the country heartily endorsed the ; .,
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first contest as an aid to educationand /d
that further work be r !
many urged tt 'R /
line. It Js said that ii :
-, dona along this i I >
approximately 12.000 hlch schoolgirls
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representing every state la the O
Union competed and U is expected 7"k $a ll llii.(
that a much larger number will become Y \
1 Interested in the present event \, < ,
I J Dr Louise Stanley chief of the bureau I -- j

r t ot.'home ,economics, department i :' ,: VI : i
'a V C agriculture. served as cha Irman of :\. u :
the Judging committee In the. first .t I
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{: and arknea contest. R : .
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jM i. Eta The incentive for students to enter
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Bolick & Williams I| I'.I' about this very'palntable emcroble : quality or'l'! I"
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:: 'which the -dress and coat Un1n.1| ;
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T. P. Hill's Subdivision No. 2

4 ,THE SMALL INVESTORS OPPORTUNITY Y never tasted such rich '. : .

or Lots $200.00 to $$450.00: with terms of $25.00 cash, balance $10.00 mellownessmethod Wellman"s'- '

i I per MONTH' '"** !S** rt? as
1 This new.subdivision adjoins the beautiful residential suburb MECCA '

*' : GARDENS- the west; extending from MECCA GARDENS to theY in this tobacco

and from Kelly Way south for a half mile. puts : :
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Thfc ia 'an unusual opportunity to obtain lots in a property that is : ,- j;

} 1 "',bo- tq enter a share of the widespread popularity will that be offered Mecca again Gardens in An almost Corgo appetizing fragrance ,-
tor and! at prices and terms never ;
i %'4 'is MwcoHuaunity: that is developing so rapidly.rkL secret"Wellaun's Method." dating And notice also the coarser "Rough -

V '>1 the quickly-a number of reservations! having: al- :.. from about 1870 and cxclo Cot" _
lots will 20 very, { now oars -slow r.burningt and }

VV- i:. 1 1 Te&dy been Call mdeT at our Our office salesmen, or phone will, take pleasure in showing you this V J sirely.! is responsible tic delight- cooler. Here truly Is' a pipe t90<<'

Jlr..n.y i ful taste of Gnagcr Rough Cut-its that IS pipe tobacco! V :.

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r sired: ra-ftat-inarrow--'breast,-Is'kDDekbee'batl' L Lanes-bf.heatad mere eryvaporind: !and-city officials WU;. "?ItVWHtlinsk4.'netof-ISete-HAlilagswzrth"Ihli 'x .. _--
a' long' narrow!J-eoreeaed! through quartz lenses The an ideal spOt recreational -uses. ;!FsJrraont aTeaae' It w.,}ataccd tt .1- : ? *
head a crow bill, dull eyes and a low:/Public; Health ,Sen ice furnished It: adjoins'the property'toe Talla-| while be and his bride were here on FREIGIIT FOR Pf
Z s taiL Naturallyj It via suggested, the large quantities germa for the test basses County Club's golf course. their honeymoon trijfc They have '
reverse of. these undesirable qnali-;Jag," one type, bactei-fum coli. com- i i departed for Texas where the In- Tampa-Fort l\fyers-EvergIad l l|
r ties will Indicate the birds that i mania being that wh' ch is most frequently TALLAHASSEE-Corernor :Martin dians' boa will visit his mother
,should be selected.. :I! encountered in sewage taint- has, assigned Judge ,Angus Summer, j prior to going to Hot Springs to look j
i Whether to use cocks or cockerels 1 ed water. county Judge of St.. Lucie county: : to:i over his squad of pitchers before Steamer Everglades
t depends on rlrciimstanees. Cockscan { Thr 'colonies.. hold. county court in Palm Beach spring V
HUU11UIg11 pr germ properly capon.fed I thee me here fcr tralntny. and .
a Tuesday Thursday'
generally be purchased at less i to the rays, were found to die in county beginning February' 5, because Upon; his return it is maid he will Leaves Tampa
and j of dlsqoaJificatioa of Judge j 0"' '- Arnica Fort My than cockerels of equal Quality j less than one second in some cases. Richard ; award a coatrsct: for erection of a
may prove to be more valuable. A I' The scientists worked out the mor- F. Robbins in two cases. Judge Summer 'I.home In this city. I '; Leaves Fort Myers: Fri&iy for Everglades ; frT'
:. good male should be serricable for tality produced by each different will preside over the. trial of ,
t. four or Eve-.years, U properly cared I| wave length of the Invisible light A.' A. ,Atwater. C. F.nuth, Kenyon J -- ,-- --- ----- j USE THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATIpN .. i, for and is sot over-worked. i t frays. and' have compiled the detail Riddle Carl Riddle E. E. Gleaaoa''' /* H1:
:;: most TmporlanTrTn'dlVMrtSt nrr-* If cockerels are to be used seleCtthe of their findings in the document and. Clyde Miller, Charged with nn- ,
i pen;"rtpeelafatte&tfcm-must be given well matured; V'hich will be shortly available. awful assembly and obstructing: a''! : Florida Railroad & Navigation CorporationFoot I
to thL.! selection. A poor male bird When the Florida- breeder makesup highway and conspiracy. lie '_will n
9 U dear at'any"price/it Is his mind to use male birds Inthe: t also preside over the' trial of C. F.Cauth Foot of Ireland's Dock tw :-" *

one plans to buy 'purebred breeding pens that are from tf p-1 lr 'ROUNEr FLORIDA Harry Benson J. C. Powell t ,:;! Tefephoae! 115 for Hates .',_ :ac.:' 1 '
: ter, It should be done at once. nested hens with records of 200 eggs I and. :Wilson Mizner charged with :.' "l
.. it .U -"first'come, first sern:!" or better they wilj{ find the egg provision ]! By TB* A*.oelate4 Pre,.) ,similar, offences. '
<, s. with most breeder: 'and la buying do cl ,, of the|z II o cks will increase BuR Service to'I BvtTKlades. Daily Except Sii iday.Tla4 ,
t not forget to etudy the pedigree of rapidly..?the specialist! state. T.L'J.LAlIASSED-Governor Martin I l s t Y l:steno, Bonit Sarlmi. Naples Marco and Caxambas.
J $ the bird being Bought, tor "blood wUl has made the fallowing appointment LAKELAND-Trls Speaker manager '
-I f tell.i .- of man who tailed to qualify following of the Cleveland American League 'I' Leaving 8:30 a. In. _
: Indlcldnally the male should bare TEST SHOWS SUN'S }heir election 'at the polls last November baseball team has decided to nuke I without Notice I'
S.bJertt j
i ,high constitutional vigor. A bird 4: P. IL Moody of his winter home in Lakeland hav6g I If r .. _.
g with 10..YiljIhIsno.u: nd"under. be constable district No. 2. Ala.. f purchased a home site at the cor- .
I ., Lit"1 iiy ; TAMIAM TRAIL TOURS Inc.
; r, .t RT i.w GERMiCIDAL POWER\ churUv: county; H. Du CorUett. Pnnta I ,.V> ,
h. Justice of peace district IS, Lee ; r l'i,
I county; ;11. A. Pledger, Panama City .. :
: !.!,!lIIiuiiulmmuUli! iuJiill nimuiu IIllIItI! !! iiiiiiiinmuiiiiHrm: lIJlln{ llIlg
WASHINGTON Feb. t-In, tracing justice of peace district J, Bay
t oat the reasons' why sunlight bas county; 3. D. Atklson; Laurel Hill MiA VAN A i f't
Houses and
., power' to- destroy germ life, a .fact constable district 2. Okaloosa county; !t : ....:;=
long known and, pot to use by: every: D. E. DavJs. Sarety Harbor, constable .- ='
,' district 3," Plnellas county; Alfred
housewife who baa out"
) things, the'Bureau of Standards paired and I*. Ivory Feilsmerer justice of peace ers$17.00 via SPECIAL Palatial',3.ROUND S. GOVERNOR TRIP EXCURSION COBS SaiHag FARE.Tuesdays From Fort ana Sat My Apartment: Sites I
district 34 St. Lucle county; and A.
the Public Jletlth Service hare pro- urdays from P Tampa. Return limit ten days. -
t need positive ,germicidal results T. Crlswell, High Springs, constable 4 ,1
i f iMothers A public document noW: ;fn courseof district .20. Alachua county. All the JMJO: REGULAR'HOUND TRIP FARE FROM TAMPA. Return limit e', .
? publication by W. W. CoblenU appodintments' are good: until the ninety days. vIa 8._S. CUBA or GOVERNOR COBB. SaUblas from Offerings this week 1./
i f who) hmle' used ijeBtrtw lar and H. R. Fulton, research men a*. next geral' lecUon. I I Port Tampa 2 P. M; Sundays Tuesdays! Tmraday, Saturday* Ii ,=
1 *; .knauJjhatithsafe; signed to the work; recounts findingsin Enjoy Island this DaUghUul Of Cuba. Sea-Trlp.'islt Gay Havana and the' wonderful fl' 7 room hens*two baths large corner lot close In. .

the field which will be of special 5 Bungalow fine fruit and shrubbery house
+ TA .L 1IASSE -The city fir Tallahassee prac-::
;:: Baby /6 snA a precious! little!. fel value to professional and scientific For information descriptive booklets, tickets and 3i' ti ally new.' : :u ., 2
se lew-jet so easily 1J p et and o quick has purchased 4S acres of A..TIfUs-
f" to become ill unless- you take therirht workers.It land the Old on any A. C. L. U. H. Ticket Agent or; J. G. Kirkland D. P. E. 6 Bungalow new, maderu finished, 10 1k '" .
steps to bring about relief. was long ago established that bordering; Spanish Trail boro Hotel,Tampa. Phone S232: L. S. Scott, T. P. A, Care A. C. I.. room '
t "Mother, dan'l experiment! At tie' the germicidal power of sunlightcame about half a mile east of the city to Ticket Office Tampa. :: just off Boulevard. Goad terms.' timrte.3'w,7-.:. 5
lint sign of,..i<&a SEife Dr., tlof- largely from its actinic or In-I be developed for city park purposes. fi 6 room Btns aloes, modera, near Edisons ho **-,, -='
trait visible rayt, and for the sake of-th The property is a part: Of the old i is
I gain. -- | |
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smdinff ag&in.Teetfcina experiment, these were produced tq Perkins home site Is covered with Steamship Company ;
East Fort facing Lee County Jandy Bungalow,
Myers {
is a Phytlcltn's prescription. measure quantities and character-. fine old live oaks and other trees 3
It has been used in countless = Extra large lot. ==. ,
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; :Oas, DMrrree: / sad.:Cush.. 1. ailments: 5 or ,

&* (,Tile Tuothertjknoflr rost'i babies"sraafaB"iUrfBl i. ottif lt'.SOe f nrieel, .yet) ,uQlIonf.i vohia and inkewns [t E. JOHN HART REALTY COMPANY I: FISHERMEN'S\ LODGE | W. E. FUTEAL, "REAUOR1In j' F_ '

i':* FREE..11. SEND j FOR USEFUL 21S acre stock farm. beet all 'round combination farm In,Florida 1 Captiva Island; Lee County, Florida |t Patio de Leon _- (

f EooUe AboMfefioHarj i modern in every respect most modern dairy. Citrus and Truck Farm L" f'i Fort Myers, Florida 'lB :
c. j. vtonrrr co. COLtJ mUII.! I l U f Ii M I uiMUinuu J Hll \ J IlflTt1, -
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grounds Captiva, Red Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. = "
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rot city. Easy terms, tplendid ffi acresa Modern Hotel with all conveniences. Rooms single or in 3:

Builds Better BPU.I.LEE ri> Some. of the most attractive residential and business properties ='suite with private baths. 31 T 41 .

PARK FURMSHES, A f .In the city,'
BEACTIFUL DRIVE OW,)('GnE. = Good. Guides, motor and rowboats !j I.e
.f Two' 4CrVtrfi s-TDn TamiamI Trail Just across city limit line. V Vz
GOR BOULEVARD, THROUGH JEF. i;),fodern' 5 p nfbqus! with own water system. Can make. 10 to 14jots = availabde. Moderate\ rates 'fT] ; SAL ,
FEESOS ATEXUE TO TAMIAMI out of ialj tract.- Splendid investment. a_ FOR
=. G. WESTER, :Manager
1725 acre tract on. Lee County Boulevard N.'E.. ot City near river. aj
l:fi-Cte, J Tract'baa %.%65.000 feet of lumber, fine land. Price6.50 per acre, =
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At The :rJeBO acre tract to 5*miles S. E. of City 1% miles S, of Lee | '..;! P. 0. kid Telegraph Addrrsf.Fort''syers; Florfda:*"".viii -; :;. Three cop )letely furnished' houses with

KELLAM HOSPITAL. ;County Boulevard,' ( "
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.nor,. Ulcer X-Bay Burns asst.Clmg>>e 65 .acre tract on Captlta Island. 'I II" 11'111' If''11'11'11' ,ill''"I"" IIIIIIIII''!!!I11I111 1111111l1illlIIIIIIIiIIIllll' '..!. '" I I!.!llllllltliltl ol, 'W lr
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Radium. Acids or Serum and -wo- haM J' ur'-tQ"iiip.'at {10.00 per acre, v k
cured crer W per cent ot th* mur bun Lots in Sunset Vista for $275, first
dada of ratten treated durliR.the putttl'three ii i
yean. .Jflnljiters. treatedY1ff.LTU For honest and reliable Information see P. John Hart 20 yearsAoUcal : payment. V
-. ,.\, experienceaaJtaXt,a&fessor and ,collectorfory, Lee County. COME TO ; v i
[ SOSPITAtfilelilt :i.rort Myers. Florida.J \ "j : V
West tale StRiahaieed. Na
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Land For Sale in NAPLES ON' THE GULF l : V '- ,'
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byShawcross ; :: And Enjoy t' Don't forget Piedmont Gardens where:
& Garmon Five room house stucco, new modern in every re- 1
w spect.' $4500.00 terms. 5 A Delightful Hotel, Soft :Water in the about six houses week are being*:.stjrtedif

Pythian Building:; \ A few lots 500 and 600 small
left-at $400
3 House Palm ,
: on Royal. Ave a coed: buy for 10000.00 i Bath Steam Heat
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terms to suit. .. -' payml1t.
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The ,First Party Here New house# thJire place, 5 room complete through, =" t. J Lovely Solarium .- "

This ::' out $600.00.cailbrBal;as. rent. :: : Surf Bathing Excellent lf. .
Gets Bargain ; "' Semieoll Co. Inci
g-, 12 acres on Orange River, bearing grove in the best sU. .l 1 Realty
of'condition,,8 room house in good condition $11.0 o.OQ S Music and Dancing Daily 1
Fiv -room. and bath, electric 5 best of terms. __
lI&htl.'Dicely located Id East Fort

Myers Grocery and Market; good 'location, cash business :Wonderful.,.s Fishing i..5 and Shooting_ -*, New Location
i good terms, and sacrifice.terrrJn jj

LOTS GO WITH. IT acres 2 1-2 mil out r .$100.00 1 : THE NAPLES .
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Garage, chicken: house. Act Quick; ,' ,. y ,. First-Street .
Price $1,500. completely and,nicely : P. P. Schntt, Manager. <* I
furnished, 11.00.untarnished. i 1'-, :- Q
Terms $600 cash balance la- suit r t
the pur. f. This U a-pick up.. L i
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>_ c Banditt6 Big Cash Storejj From.. Owners Responsible? Real; !-. a "' :;
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jj R. A. Henderson & Son \ .
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It" Landrsuitable\ subdivision CL? in-_ :- = be sure of its purity. t. 1.(
Us. ::; -. .t .d: '-' -Your healthy demands i
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/KitssoK .. 1:' Cash and Carry means lots to you by {E :: o < i vestment :: such precautions. .., 1..v,

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..... :s, :: IjT_ ethjave# ;.elients waiting 'whotwill"buyfrom'yiIO | s You will find ou3 un Jc." V t' ii: ..

,_ Buy atthe Big Cash Store, pay cash | ,: 'acres, to50OpO' acres tracts.r| usually clean,,,free from -f'Pt ,r..> .....
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1 and;save the:expense of truck:delivery, I ... impuritiesofaltkinds / .: it! ',,,

5 locate in Lee .. ;V7f''C: -
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'; I We will rearrange our selling price on ; ; f I County'a ill t' '::'AV': Our prices are_ 'reasona-IJ' : : t
We are- sure that yon : : "
:' ; I many articles when you trade with us pay I Ii E .. '
,will save both your vatliable s':\' .bl>le/i. weight; honest,:a 4;-_i 5
,time and money U : :; cash,:and carry home your groceries, then [= ... service '

"- you coae 'us for yo We.rauto I, you; will help" cut down the high' cost ._of, j !L i.' ._ FORT MYERStoYESTMEKT\ \ '- 1i ; 3-2',.,* ular- prompt., andreg-: 4.1: .'. ::: J;'f' $t'i.,; V

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carry a oataslete stock at living; i .
r aeoBM prleea:. :: *?* I .=4 COMPANYY\ |. :: ;_.

.IrHfthlgif; Itr fl4 earIfo "Yours for the ,best goods for, the | -Y't
: 54Jackson, St, near Bay 1 ffil 1:

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i 1@SJED-ADVERTISING f RATES I :'{11111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1111111 UIIIIIII I llllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllv_I TRAP SOOTIG IS I.\twenty-two. Gorton's acres subu.\ laid1.. Or* I JAES I.A\I/RENGE\'/ -

: 1- t : PERSONAL MENTION i ing lots In this s ction: I
(I ; f jgf JgiSSaSS? > IfSSAS aSH-SB- I c:: J \ i iI I Leak Properly ..oIXi #-;
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I Stret rumors say tat t George TUESDAY AT.ii .&
-;: etc.l.a.c aw*ut ''the words. Include the words "For Rent." "Wanted." Thomi's i S* 5rfoon. of Robinson. ,' I pa, Is here with the Royal Neighbors.I i iI : o! Tai- state chairman tf the republican i r; y
include also the I Slid is state stipervis&r. l
and fof-a>visit.
name address box tit- is'here
or :
I-pt tn i. ilk* oils, I I ; puty aa* purchased the R. :.:
rent a word for \
each d.y AT m in.
I 8-pt type like this. 2 cents a word for each day.ftti -W. II. Snrrency, Of Kelsey City I -Born to Mr. and Mrs. Brook yes-I NAPlES-ON-GUlFji B. Leak property on First street for a COTTAGE ST.

:. -!* \ Itte-laK& Scents, d 1\or4 for each day. was in the city yesterday.M. terday a 24-lb. bo!'. I Ii I rasM rattcn of $K5CtfQ.W.. The .1. ,'f t 1
= 10-pt type like this_ 4 cents a word for each day.lOti Leaks deny the etory.rLOKlUA Dlti '
Fort ) ;
w : I JKfri ; ;
-- .. Morgan, of Atlanta was in the 1 I -James La-: : -a PJ11skt es, Thk Aftereesre Is} "I. :
trP -
like this : quite ill at Attend' !Shoot of ;
5 cents'a '
; word for each day.' INta. Le i.n _
i. city yesterday.. .. his home oa Cottage street and his Thursday 1 LKGISLATOKS: Office 15-lfi V'! .
MINIMUM RATE WORK House 147 w 1lTet.pbole e !t'1:'
; I I condition is serious. FACE IMPOKT.IXT
r tasertfcnertirement? will be inserted for leas than K cent for that .. ;
.'-="Mr. and sirs. Robert IX Dune. of NAPLES Feb. 3.=Trap shooting is I I 32ORfc.lone" .".

.r".' i. ALTERNATE DAYS Uactisbn. GL, Is Here: ror a visit.Beatrice -Edward Parkinson, of Alva) was attracting the attention ::- (Continued; from page 1) be.ittessis .. ,
Ad/err if'm5U.ordered to run on alternate days will be charged In the city today. Mr. Parkinson is ofaPJes'l that they would be forced to share < Cot-
4i\ y 2 eDt residents and visitors and. -__ .... . --.e "
I cent per per word word in addition to the regular rate. on 6 point type and Hendry; of -r snips, was a leading citrus grower and merch- terest is being evinced in the alluring in the tax burden of a big issue yet "' -
on other
E; utiea.TERMS here yesterday. ant of that community.B. sport.. get none of the benefits. Propon- :
ents of the idea on the other hand VETERINARIANw

I. H. Notice-No "Card of Tbnk Cash tn or advance"Resolutions" inserted for less -Mr. and' Mrs. W. ACearhart.;: of A. Strond Dr. A. E. Dewey and I participating! claim that such counties could be : ,

ttaa'$1.00. Canton. III:. are.here_for.the winter. George Yobst from across the river, lug Thursday an interesting shoot compensated out of funds providedby French and American Graduate ,,! ?k '
.t For your own protection bring advertising in correctly typeI. ... were attending! to business in Fort will be held and Fort Myers shooters sect an issue, but only for roads: f.; :: .
s "rltteD. This paper is not. responsible for mistakes in advertisements --'Mr.. ,and: iirs, E. f b meron. Myers Monday.Mrs. are invited to take part. One of the that meet state specification and re- 34 :years practice '"

I. telephoned IlL were lA the city today: ; novel l events on' the program will be quirements. 810.. Anderson Av.. ,
._S .5 Edward Laubenheimer. of i1 16-0 clay targets, to be shot at with Pre-sessicn'_ indications are that the ..e

{ :. .' r-Mt: ..a1 ci }If P Fn, j.Lee. of Ash- Oshkosh: AVis, arrived Saturday for I i- -gaidge, guns, legislature will be asked to provide .
FOR SALE FOR SALE. vOle N. C. are here for the winter.. a' visit with her daughter Mrs. W. B. A han$S&rn silver cup will be donated a fund of considerable size for state- t{ -- y. .J'

I For Bogert. I to the winner, by W. B. Allen wide advertising purposes. Details i' A. L. White MAURICE AYRBR8 S,
:;.II i ei ga1.Afrdale to resiotratloa Terrier with Puppies American ub- FOR SALE BY OWNER acres or -A. J. Boyett.. of Arcadia. i la hereon I of to isvllle.I ot this legislation have yet to be II' James C. Pinaeyt ;
'it Ke.-I Club o, New York. Mrs 30 lots 3-8 o( mile from depot in business. "'Mrs. II. O. Du'h 'nnan. Mrs. W. L. ; Scores at the last shoot were as worked out. however both as to the :B COUNTY ENQINEKMNa OftCivil
Beverett i.atp Structural hloafaesrs
211 Garrett Street 'the little city of Immokalee 11 feet S .5 Smith. II. d. Buc&annan. II. G. Cuch- I follows,: : It. N. linens, 97; C, W. Strib- size of the fund its administration (" unaa"; Ehiu cn on DrataAM. '. ....,.

For Sale-Rough lumber direct from above level fiVe-roim -.,;A.- P, .Ivnck.of Bl'uetield, W. Va. aDo n, Jr., and Howard W. Smith of Icy, 93: P. P. Schutt, 92; W. R Pow- source cf the funds and Just whatis ItriPlgeanl Structural Work '.
the sawmill to Job anywhere la sea New is here for a few days.B. Richmond, Va., are, here for the win T ers. 92; Mr.. Mans 87.;; Mrs. Stribley, to be done with the money if it is Fort Myna f >rida.W.iLClawsoii t
and .aroan4 fort MyerK' See as bern house; Some bargain fl,500.; J. L. 86; S. K. Week 86; Mrs. Schutt, 86:; provided. J

fore you\: buy Whitaker ft Clifton !Clifton. Fort Myers.. Fla. 1-31-lJto E. Arbuckle. of Chicago Is ter.Mrs. W. B. Allen 82: : G. M. Hendry, SO; ---. -----.-- -' .. .,- ''

;:y, Auto Exchange. l-7tfc." here for a short stay.. ., J. K. Woolslair'sFather Col. Farmer SO; CoL West 80, and Makes Auto Go 49 J 'i
p I FOR SALE--Creen Acres barred Roberta West. 75. '
r= For. Salfr Restanrant doing splendid I rocks. setting'cgga and baby Dies in Ohio Miles on One Gallon .
Peterson, of Paisley
" 55; JijislnessjOnly, reason, for selling J 13 chicks. Order now ITor .December -Walter S. Residence Builder .
. Is in Fort Myers looking around.E. of Gas "
'""; ownerts. desire to leave the city,.A layers. Mrs. ji. L. fcoblv Box 204. The foCowing is. copied from the RECENT.PURCHASERS[ I II
. Box 102 SIOUX FALLS S. Dak.:-James A. 215 rare Ave.Illtllllllllll1111f111111OI111111111111f11llllllht.
I aaap. care Press.
. l-31-6tp 1 I
I and tells the
of re-
Lima ((0.) Star :
> Chicago is attending .
; J. BIeirer.of May of 3317 Lacotaa Bldg., has per- .. -- -.- ., .'
, ." :f FOR SALE-IONA LANDS. SEE to business in Fort Myers. cent death of Frank Culbertson McCoy LANGFORD fected amazing new device that
IlENT .1 father of Mrs. John OF 1
y_. SIIAWCROSS A CARMON, REAL- I of that city I cats down gas consumption removes / .
Woolslair of Fort Myers. I
3rf TORS. 1-17-lmc -John A,.. Riser, of Chicago. Is all carbon prevents spark plug
'y i I FOR RENT Nice large front "Frank CuJberts McCoy, died at
here for a few days stay.Mrs. $100,000.001 trouble and overheating. Many cars 'Duild'Yjt1t B ick'I
FOR SALE-One. lot 60x276, and one room, also meals for man and wife his residence folowing an illness of SEll FOR $ gallon.
have made over 49 miles on a
r 1 Cot 0x120 with bungalow. Price. or two men, 30.00 a week for cou < sit days. Death was due to paraly
It Milcheli i of and is offering '
Chattanooga I Mr. May waats agents J. G McDonaldGeneral\
= ,111,000.00. Term.. Apply 142 Jackson .ple. 212 Garrett street. 2-3-6to. r> .
Tena.. is here tor the season. sis."Mr. to send one free to one auto own- J
- street. 1.23tfe :FOR' McCoy was born at Urbana. Ernest C.. tiller and Brother are I each locality. Write him to- = Biellsjtr. = <
RENT-one furnished room, 6. March 15 1S54;) nearly 70 er in
bung New Owners of 3 and E
te FOR SALE-Owner will sell Boule- I use of living room and bath. 220 _W. A. lia'rrah and wife, of Lines- years: old at the time of Mi deat' He Building day. 5 Contractor 5
yard lots In East Fort at I Lee street. 22litcI ton. Mont. ate here for a visit.F. I -
Myers I came to Lima, 43 ZStK.? & 'f,. .fng: a' I IS THE IRMIT' C-OUKT IN AiU FOB .
t.:. bargain. Post Office Box 961. member cf te : : Inering t LEE: ('OI'\T\. H.ORIOA.IV = Brick and Tila Bungalows = '0.
T".1 ,
RENT i The First
-Sleeping room prix wife Langford building on : nF:: t
of Detroit
K. 128t R. Hathaway and -
ate entrance. Parking apace for a I corps of the Ctia:6: t ; .11!i": n.'e rail street has been sold by the Ken-O- PETITION OF M. LEONA WISE) S a Specialty)"
Mich. are making a brief visitto )
_ PALX'LEE, PARK HAS 1UBD HUB: car. Two blocks from Postoftice Fort Myers.J. ..' ,. road."lie of that I Li-Na::- Realty Company to Ernest G.I Ton UCEXSB TO BECOMB A) 5 Why not build substantially ss
continued in the
FACED STREETS, FITE'FOOT 206 Second corner of Broadway. : employ god Fred Miller for a cash consideration FREE lJE.-\W'P. ) -
i SIDEWALKS, WATER AND 223tp. road until 21 years ago when ha became understood to be around $100.- NOTICE.NOTICE. that M. LEONA Box 837/ -Fort Hjer -=
Is hereby ghen
I F. Reilly of New York: City associated with the Solar and
-' LIGHTS I-26-6tc t 000.00. WISE, a married woman. residing JfiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiiuiiiiiiKiiiiiitiiTHoffnidii
< .FOR RENT-Very nice rooms by is in the City of Palms on a businesstrip. has: been in the employ of the company The Ken-O-Li-Na::- Company! purchased -I In rybr.: t Florida Intends to apply ( : I I:
; in accordance -
FOR SALE week or month. 245 Lee St. l-16tf continuously since that time. : this building of Taft O. and on With the A.Judge D. 1J26.of the Circuit
-5 ; BERRY'S SPECIALS "One of the first Lima members of Florida. In I
Clyde Langford in November. Court in and for Lee County. e
5 .BOOM HOUSE SEMINOLE Ivfe.ON ROOVf. FOR RENT-Large rootii. -L. C. Paiamore, of Nottingham. : the Knights of Pythias, Mr. McCoy The lower floor of the building Is Chancery fur a license to manage tike Bros
her and
: newly furnished. Bath across haiL Pa. has come for a stay among the was awarded a jewel by the order in rharfa of and control property
TWO FIFTY.FOOT LOTS, NICELAWN occupied by the Royal Palm barber become a free dealer In every respectDated Builders "
i Apply 408 Second St. l-20tfc! palms. January 1923. I this the lath day of January. A. Contractor and : :j
AND AVOCADO PEAR shop. Seminole Realty Company Kel- .
Eaelid Ave.
D. 1S4a. I ,
TREES. A GOOD BUY AT ($1,500.00.: "He Is survived by two daughters ly's Confectionery and others but it 2ot LEONA WISE. ;'
REASONABLE TERMS, POSSES- WANTED -Mrs. Alice R. Voshardt ot Tam- Mrs. T. W. Greenland jr, of 253 is understood that the change in own- 1-20. 27. t-3 1". IT.-1523:; Fort Sjers,

BIOS M DATS. I WANTED Six : South Cole street and Mrs. Join K.'I ership doesn't affect the leases. Florida'e
rough earpent 'MISCELljANEOtJSBRING
Woolslair of Fort My era. Fla.; :and Genoa: Sells Residence: !
I ere immediately. Report for n.aon.. James C. :McCoy of K.lnsasl A. Gorton has sold his sevenroomand WANTEDTwo f ;fir

i S-BOOM norsE WITH BATH, work at Everglades. Florida TdtJfe Insurance'problems; to City. Mo. I bath residence on Michigan ave- salesmen of good appearance -

MICHIGAN AVE. DEAN SUBD1S.lOJf. Railway & Navigation Co. Mr. Le'itL' Hendry Realty Co. The body will ,be taken to James nue to Mr. Henry of the Ken-O-Li-Na capable and energetic. Apply Hotel Accomodations ti -
; :
TTA town N. Y, for burial.
.' GOOD LAWN AND KHHUBBEST. Realty Company, for a considerationsaid
BARGAIN AT fWOO.00. J-28-tf. BOAT FOR CHARTER u, or to be around 10000.00 and is HART-HASBROUCK REALTY At ; .

t fX400 CASH. THIS PROPERTY, IS weekly. Cabin cruiser at Crescent Corrigan Leaves building a new residence in Tice in COMPANY BOKIELIA HOTEL i
RESIDENTIAL SEC WANTED-A few young men to I Jackson, Street = ,
TION', room and board. Mrs. Pearl Water Beach Bridge, King Gomel. 23tc ., Seminole. -Realty' ed a, ione-h ndattherealestate '

t man corner Estero and Edison ave WOMEN 1\II.MEN -Take orders for !! game. J. C. Mitchell and IL F. Fine Flaking-" RaW VCV ilMaaaMlk ....,

... nues. e 1.31.34|>. guaranteed! hosiery from friends, February 1st brought about several Barnes of Bingbampton New York Special AttentionThis I Apply by lottMfar asrlieYlasa f
&I 1CRES. 10 ACRES CLEARED, neighbors; etc. People order on changes In Fort Myers and among first associated themselves with Mr. Shop attention
-5 5. A FIRST CLASS bricklayer.wanU. I barber Pars Bokeclla Hotel, BokevtU.Humphries n..
WITH 4>ROOM JlOSE.A; REAL work. Day pr. contract. Roy sight Full or spare time. Samples them Is the retirement of C. P. Cor Corrigan at which time the company to Women Hair andChUdrea Cuts: :

POULTRY AND TRUCK FiBM." tiartwick, 135 :.Tournament street free. Experience unnecessary. Can rigan from the Seminole Realty Com was organized. Later J. W. Coffeywas Stylish New Barber Shop 4
A MILES SOt-TII AND J.! MILE l-29-6tp easily earn $I hour. Write-No ob pany. added to the partnership. The '.
Asdres a { .e. ProPIoIU
> EAST OF TAXIAXI TRAIL. MUST ligation. Dependable Knit Goods Co.. This company was organized by Mr. Corrigan will continue in the First lUred i. .
BE 'SOLD AT ONCE. PRICE $10- VANTED-Professlon&l book reviewer Buffalo. N. Y. 2-3-ltp Mr. Corrigan. who forawblla play- real estate business.
. wants to review books for dabs. Pricejasonable ____.'___.___.__ r
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? ;MOM, 14 CASH. reas Office will go out _of town. 1S-11 Box 107 tf. IIIIIll11111illlllllllll111111111111ItINlllllllliillllil11 1111111111111iiih1t1111111111111111111IIIlillllllllllllili' 11111 tit III J II U I t 11111 t i 11111 t 11111111111 t II t till t t till t 1111 t 11111 t II t 1111I11111 IIIIIIIII mr' TransferDBAf l
WANTED: -Bookkeeper and steuogapher. .ftf Our Slogan" 3s
I Specialize in residences and Must be competent. Per- PROMPT AND .EFFICIENT: ,
small! acreage, '/ian nt. position if satisfactory. See SERVICE

; HIRAM. ERRYy *y Mrt Jlosmer at Press ..officel7tf!: : Cor. 2nd Shand.. :Erans: Are.

South Florida Realty Company WANTED-Man with long experience )- I II Telephone 122 I
Main & Jackson
_ wants grove or private hometo ri Mecca Gardens
care for.: Best of references. Box e
, FOR SALE Beautiful residence 113 care Press. l-28-12tp .
close-in combined with Income in I ,, -
'one' of the best sections North Side WANTED-To rent or lease for year, ,

only a few minutes walk from theVlnoy furnished or unfurnished home. I I Temporary office''

"' hotel now under construction. Must have modern conveniences and _h at residence, 897 2nd. St, .
: House has very large rooms, high be in desirable neighborhood. In an for-
Hours 11.12-24
' 'ceilings. All ceilings and side walls swering state location, number of .' :
painted. Three car garage. Few rooms and rentaL Best references -" t

beautiful large oak trees on rear of and ample Fidelity Bond. Addressbox J

s,- 4ot-prat-classcoad14pU.5 Hoase f and garage Price are $30,000.all In 205 care Press. 2-2tfe. ; _The Investor The' Homeseeker" I William.J. Wood

Will consider tree and cle>(r 1.14 values .LOST = =

s, to 110,000 balance orpart AttorneyatLaw ,
'F terms salt. Address,Own- IX. )ST-O Cleveland Avenue Jurt outside I 2, UNUSUAL !
aah'or AN
city limits, hew tire with rim. ., 'aI
SL.Peteraurg r Bonding First; aid e
er. K. UI,6th Are, North, Finder -please l return to office of Fort Realty
.. 1.236tpt' Myers Press or to. lit, Tournament. = = 1
; Fla. 3 i.-Ea ,

l FOR SALE-Look, real bargain. .' be- FOUND > Mecca Gardens lots are' going rapidly. Come in and sett ( l I

, 5 ., 'room house. 100 feet front. 180 feet You lot while you still have a reasonable range of choice. Don't = ; s
J deep on two streets. East Fort Myers. FOUND-Qn road to Crescent Beach
Mouse has 6 rooms, celled amj pier Munch bt. keys; Owner ttay hate miss this; the rarest opportunity, that has ever been offered the E I I

t' .)lr. Powell, Auto Supply Store. paying for this ad. 1-17U GRADY FITS GLASSES: ;

2-2-3tC FOUND.On Second: .. Friday, :_ MECCA< GARDENS, a city of contented homes and happy; rt J g ..___ Pall 4* Leos *

{ FOR SALE-I 'wmnJ.,, Jctenplete, ; key on black .Itreebb may healthy children} ; with i its own p.s.1ake, swimming i pool, allur> \ '.g ,
-e sawmill .. PALM PARK .
: Also ROYAL
.; cheap or in part : have same br-calling at Press office ,
t i in, operation. Plenty timber.. J.,l* and paying for this., advertisement1aUt. = ing palm, lined streets and boulevards. A city with restrlcttofis.vlii "?., \ = -:: 'Bordering the CaloosahatcHeeRirer

X 5 5 Clifton. Auto Exchange. _l:29Utc' .. .. \ h will assure a residential community that appeals to: th\f.\ ; -_ All Water front privilege

WR) SALE-2 broom newbunga-! : FILM-LEE >P1B ;,, JOINS THE Hiscriminatihg home l lover.> reserved for lot owners. 4.
lows on 60x150 lots 1 S-4" miles GOLF_ CLUBt tRtTB OlJT AND > _.' ". See P. ED. TATEN '

.from post office. $!,100., 'Som' ,bfr;1 SEE .JALM.LEEPABK_ TODAY 1.2iCtc,1liSCElLANEoiiS'. s Although in a class by itself; with predictions of a future' E Royal- Palm Park Fort Myers
Auto Exchange, !k\
J. Lv Clifton.
; -
calL 1-9-Ut exceeding ones greatest expectations, :MECCA\ GARDENS, with :!

; S broad range of and convenient sales terms FORT MTIRS: 3EWELEI r'
Jts prices
$375.00 .
rSale-One four room house well tip Jewelers \

I boated for business two! ", blocks! NAPLBB )5S-=A'.(e't'! &. nnsold In pt one-fourtli cash, balance in one, two and three years- : is witHih'trie E CO-I Pa.
.1ronj business center of Fort >Mjirs.ItoaftO .i Naples..will:silV*J'lfslV: ; :terms! Pr Optometrist and ),(fg.. ou
L reach ot all. The most conservative Predict rapid -advance 5
cash. Address. Bargain care will} exchange'_ tar Income property In :: very Eyes tested Glasses
ti -; .;Pre" Office. !: !.,: Fort Myers. John) F. Bartleson at in_ Values of MECCA\ GARDENS 1 lots. ... _;; 229 First St. Fort Myers. 9P
'Wholesafe Crocery ,.Company : -
Fort Myeri 1 E'er.
R: S ALE-Airdale Puppfe-.;>Two i ; : 13,2E,.tic salesmen will!take in this '
months 1 old. A safe playmate for: Our pleasure showing you over d n

'"3 to -chlld. The one master dog..Ad-, PALM. .LEE "CONiECT$ 1TGBEGOB beauty spot at any time. E The Raymond WaysBOATBUILDING

.1retlit. puppy care of Press t-30-tfc.. BOULEVARD AND THE TAMI1MI. = -- < t'>[\i.I = ;

.' 'InHbla section, small house.-It'will i We GIve Qolck Service
jay to investigate this... Price for.. ROYAL! PALMS.:., Marine Supplies Large SUck :
huJck you Gale: 14,260.00ReaaonabJe. HELP "fnrnUhea"by"" Em iloyme4 I '- 1. I Ig I Gear Cnttlmg aai XaeU .

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OFFERED CORN: I Saint, Petersburg DEMOlAYS TO HONOR exponent Lincoln will of prove citizenship of 1 I I Grandmother's Cough j 11 11RemedyPineTarand FRl.fEB 6-7

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s llAMiRS i ,FLOflieonntle F[ A SAINT PETERSBURG High School ABRAHAM LINCOLN men.Civic citizenship ideate among the ) Honey S@ Best xv X.tSCIIaS: r vrsl( 59..'. !Lj .

students 'of this city are mourningthe organizations in AND 8:1: P.ll.'VrrH .
-- death of Martin LIllard Dillman are making arrangements to care I AweU-known specialist said recently TWICE DAILY AT 3:00
fi 'Prises,.totaling- U15 .T. offered star athlete. Dillman. 19 years old. the large number of DeMoIavs that although many wonderful medical ORCHESTRA OF 20
to farmer to norId& was stricken with severe pains in his KANSAS CITY Mo. Feb. 3.-Frank will'make the trip. I discoveries have been made in recent SUPERB
ton the National Seed stomach late last S. Land, founder and Grand Scribe years nobody has found a better and
.. who eatflea Ia .
make of the Order of J>eM lay,. with head- quicker healm.agent for coughs chest roUs.cpaxnodic
'Oera-ii w to'?" .ld fA Chicago rushed to a hospital where he died an RADISHES BHIXJ mOD : I' croup.hoanrneM.throat tickling ABOLPH ZOXCa..i t! ;J.: ::II CECIL
1 quarters In this city, has announceda i bronchial troubles than
; a i41 ader the auspice hour later after physicians had failed and other throat and JESSE ULASJCY: L1 PeMILLE'S
t Sei ,RoeDnct Agricultural to give -him relief. The physicians DeMolay pilgrimage, February 12, m- .t I' iidsJ
.+; 'aa announcement re- could find no trace of poison or any to the home of Abraham Lincoln, DEFUXIAK SPRINGS Feb. the house and they raised f_medicines large families.that can It SPECM1
l''eetTe4iJHIN, rtates. The show, which reason for the death and the youth's Springfield Illinois. Railroads Win Growers are unable to supply the 66tt'I etui be gwen remain to young one at and old alike,as it contains; I aw R
Jf. "'fa to b: ..!d'during 'Seed Corn Test stomach bas been sent to the state allow reduced rates from Kansas mand for radishes produced In noharmfuldrugs.The pine-tarquxkly soothes and heals sore Tr
( W. fcV 'Intended to drive home the laboratory for examination. I City, Chicago, Saint Louis and other : section, although they are _aDd mtajonendbylousenmgthephdermremovesthe !
them la 23 barrel lots and will actual came of the eoughmc.The
need ft a high germination seed corn Dillman was captain, of last year's" points to accommodate members of I hooey, not only pleasant to the taste but also 1/. JFiCOMM.41ND
: policy to Insure the county a normal1S25 high school baseball team captain-: the Order and others who will make 'carload shipments within a very soothing to the throat. ,
I the time. It Is 'stated here. The kind that hat been used with
JI torn crop. elect this :rear and also made his trip. success in thousand of anubes for yean E TS
r II>I: la addition to the HTe-dollar prize letter year before last la football Appropriate ceremonies have been I Two planters have twenty bet I I H that known as Dr.BelTs Pme-Tar of lust Hooey the
t' .W.. arranged to take place at Lincoln's and expect to harvest wen Tbu proportiOnsolpme:: and { ,
to warded to the farmer in this: which he missed last fall because of : barrels right tar honey -
tomb. A feature will be the layingof and nine hundred quick-acting, healing ingredients which the (! F>.
Bounty, showing the best ear of corn lateness In returning to school of 200 pounds a best doctors have found to aid in quick relief.If l L" '
an average
a thousand dollars In gold la offered a wreath on the bier of Lincoln by you want the best be sure to get Dr.Bell sfineTar '---.t'. ,L '; -
about $15
for which they receive Honey.It costs only 3Qc at any good N
Louis O Lower, of Kansas. who '
* was the first DeMolay.
AJalted States .who exhibits the '
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an acre it I& said. '\ :
:U D'.' hampI01i ear. Another prize JACKSONVILLE. Feb. Z. The' Since Us founding In March, 1919 --- s't.r..v.nANI: W \ {I FAII.1atC"JtR
'or a- thousand dollars to the egricul- Florida Association of Finance Companies his organization of young men six PALM-LEE PAUK HAS .\ jDR..BELL.S ""'"' -- ; PaL KTIJK
"'tnnr,farm bureau, agrlcnltnr Is .the name of a .new organi teen to twenty-one years old has VAKII PARKED: IX THE n:
faj community organization of the sation formed here at a meeting of grown to a membership of 200,000 WITH ROYAL. PALMS. l- ____ I All star cast include Theodore Roberta. rim NaldU Red;: Laroque
: belonging to 1,400 chapters In 9 --- --- -- -------- --- --- -- 1 and raw ethers
county displaying the largest number representative, of many of the largest Estelle Taylor, Richard Dix Leatrice Joy
"cf entries Is also announced. financing companies of the South. countries. To prepare its membersfor 1 Seats on Sale Now at Arcade-Mail Orders AcceptedPrices'
? 'The show Is to the entire Slocum named G their duties as citizens Is one of
open Ball was president Haltaees( Me (X. Tax), 75f and $100. MM Tax.
the objectives of the organization.With I
""Tilted Statei. Any person-boy or D. Curtis of Tampa first vicepresident Tax.
I :Mrtts: Sae. $L00. LM. Plus
this in mind officials of the
girl, W. Deane Turner
man orwoman-may enter an ; SEATS NOW
s fur of corn. Parcel post' entries will second vice-president; and Leo p. Grand Council, which Is the governing I E AVOID DISAPPOIl\"TIENT-GET
Abe .received.any time up to the night Tolman.: Jacksonville, secretary- body, are convinced that a pilgrimage i g0 N E' t i
lot,March 7, and each ear must hare treasorer. to the home of that great I
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;.the "name, address, county, and state I II ITSELF I ,
?'tIts.owner.on paper which; ,should II I II r !
pe&rel/.ajown4: the ear I"l I
'r ld"'wrttlng'o* ,the oQUlde. 'No f I I 'I'I'I'II 'j f
'car.wilt be awarded a prize until test I I I
,e4 tor,YltaUtY| and;dl.*...,'reiUUnc*. ,IDEAL FLORIDA HOMES I Z > w tnmD !' I YOU BE FIXED t.iI t.
the, ,Judges to be -selected by the !
American Society of Agronomy I : -
Entries should be addressed to thee I I AT 60? -
.'IatloDaJ's.ed Corn'Show. Searg-Roe- IDEAL HOME SITES '
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.t;Duck Agricultural. Foundation, Chlcso. I 'I'I ,

y .'. "Acreage of all kinds in' every- section of Lee County II I II RECORD I I Right now you are settling your 1
.' Many tracts suitable for subdivisions. I r +: future. The man or woman who
TAMPA. Feb. S.-Fifty floats and: .
Are or JDOi.e bands. will take part in I '.. l systematically saves a portion of, !,II' \

14111 .apariUa ..r.4J.-.t< ',: I their each week will not lit .
,:victory to be held here Monday Fe p'1 -' :. ,
I Washings Washed and
stated. Family
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jill have to in later :
;'FlreTiandred dollars In prizes will i '!o I' worry years. '
>e given for' the best float or car en- GULF; BAY LAND RIVER / Ironed INDIVIDUALLY !,n : '
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= T, JT. C... SCHOOL HA5D BOOK Seeus before choosing List your property ' '
Covers 5 pounds wearing apparel and 5 poun'of.. I Lee County Bank :!Title -,
::: ur "I. Ass.el.ted rrvo I flatwork 18c for each additional pound wearing .
oo..O.u1iIiiVILL& Feb & High :: k i
.8thool boys'at the tate,who plan col .. apparel 6c for each additional pound flatwork. II I
erne to the'' university next term!j "Not a de luxe Service but one eminently Satis-
} TAfflAM and Trust Co.
wilt: be furnished 'With a, handbook1' \ REALTY COMPANY I factory. ..
j containing Information about the .
'school, and tips that 'will aid them: I __ Send Us Your Family Bundle -
'la gettingstarted right, it U an- Room 315 Pythian Bldg. "The Home for Savings.r; ,
pounced by'the T. )I. C. .... whichI Smith L, L Evans. )
I : p bHahes the' book. This is one-' of S, M. :PIE NEW WAY LAUNDRY II I .' .
f V*" l1e'JIIU" activities the"*!"" i. under- Phone 134 Phone 134. I ,I :'.,;
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:. Gross Prices to the first FIVE $1,000 a JJLQta! few higher 10 per cent off to purchasers of TWO Lots y iI III "

JJ i : -.r, .' 500off"Jlomej i ]. !Jder i (,Lots 50'x :14V-some, ( I larger) 10 per SPECIAL cent off ARRANGEMENTS ADDITIONAL FOR TIME-PATYENTS for CASH < \ '''I'i'ir :f'



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L \' '-The:big profits in. development oprations are made by those who pass! through Russell Park! to reach Fort Myers; all rail and bus ji \; 'r. >1 1j

,a,. j:.. -.' : buy::before. the selling campaign is under way, before improvelines must go through it. r I' 'V.. =, '"

.-'k;"., JI ments have .progressed That is one ,reason why we make thisPreDevelopment RUSSELL !I'' ,
PARK has been designed as a select community. Restrictions '
A:1', -:'" .M. '!Announcement SO THAT YOU MAY\ SHARE ,, t t
4 of have been made so as to preserve its individuality-you :}
xr : a _. VALUES THAT BOUND TO COME. can build your home confident that there will be no hotel, apart* .I I ,; i

''; ment house objectionable .\ f\I f!
or building adjoining \
'- The land is nearly all cleared and street grading is starting. The you.'
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;t.. : ,,1- will consist of hard-surfaced roads, cement sidewalks, sew'I
'.. first artesian well has been sunk. A new steel dredge will soon hi
; :f .;.. .-.: ers, electricity and artesian well water. Streets run toward the .

t_k ,"*4,;T-4vJ, begin,_on filling: river with a 25-foot graduated fall to the mile insuring excellent {

,'' :Jf,' + x RUSSELL PARK, isjdeally'situated from the stadpoint of eamdrainage and healthful condition. Roadways and parkways are .

; --;),if". '" .<" ing: you a profit? onyour investment} and the advantages of buildto be planted and beautified by,landscape artists, 'in the colorful! f. ; rl?:

r : !':; .'.'7 ring and living here It'IS VA miles east of the Lee County Fair harmonies of the South. Five feet in the rear of every,.lotthatre*'sq i A d
;.... :' ., Grounds an'd.Connie Mack's\ Athletic Training Camp It is so orbeen allowed for water and sewer pipes and pole lines eliminating ", i itunatelyplaced

"r...",,!::"> ;!'iS :; ?;'.>- -: .. .. ;that, 'full, }'80'per cent of all\ automobile traffic must the necessity for tearing up streets and pavements.. iT' ..*.! rt..i;,; ,:. !, .:. ,

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