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 24, 1925
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular


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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 ,'" FEBRUARY 24, 1925 PRICE 5 TEXTS





I City In GabM'ire; Crowded Find Forbidden :Spirit la Else Outof ; Greeter: l'art Of vVeri la Bushes I ,
-Muf Ware ; I
TAXI SKKVIITTO: FAIR Section Of Fort Mjrri >f'Mr.III Kasex Ford and Other Vata-
t \ With Visitors For Best .Searched \erthera Capitalist hays IJtHM Acres I
of land from Bonita land ; Completion 'I I UOUMS MELT: HESEATTLE. : able Prizes are Only Someof
5; > County Exhibition in Transportation of the public to I i! __
; ; Southwest Florida the fair grounds has been arranged ;- Yesterday afternoon Sheriff FrankB. r.'UlI1Hnl j i ; Fine Awards That Wait
I Extensive i
< : excavations are being! 'Wash., Feb. 2*.-
for by the county commission- Tippins his deputies and a Federal \ i : 'I
--- : A four hundred subdivision: ofi; made on. Peck avenue from the no-al Snow worms have been found in Those Who Work Now
ers. As was the case last year agent with nine search warrants j
r ,.A11 set-rlet's go. The big air start taxi tickets for the show groundsire searched that many places and found !; the highest class, a modern hotel and j blacksmith shop) on HenJry.] past the the Cascade mountains in Wakbingtnn : -

; obtainable at the Haslnger liquor in five of them. The confiscated 'i the sale of 4i<>,0<> acres of its land to j I Ii express building to the new passenger and on glacier and mountains Entrants in the Press $'.fIiI O ctriuUtion -
Dote northern i station in preparation for street in Alaska},. Trevor Kincakl.
Main i a capitalist, were the """elI bfttfcu
Jewelry Company store on liquor has not been been fig- j campaign are now
entrance the wigwams of the Sem- street ured up yet but Sheriff Tippins I< come surprises the little community;: paving. professor of zoology in the Cniversily : : their" stride and hunt now until tile

;; iaolea greet the visitor. Here luO stated this morning that the amoUnt'i of Douita Springs foun.1 on its -door j I iGarrett Anderson avenue is torn up from!' of Washington !said: I I <-l<>!'. those who are in tile rata Is*
br.n-s. step this street to Jackson street for "The now or ice worm is of : .
morning. abrownish
D Seminoles-chiefs, squaws and --- -- -- ---- captured would aggregate in the : the EiI4'f'x and Pord will ire steleisti
the "
same On
papooses-are camped and will exhibIt neighborhood of 100 cases The work of clearing 4x( acre of purpose Hendry street hue aid Professor with might to secure< all the tslb"'
their tribal dances and dispose In found land on which will he laid out one from Second street to Anderson ." Kincaid. "The brown pigment U i ia i.cription punriMe. for this paper awi
THE INQUIRING some places they a plentiful 4'-1
.i '''of Lee nue street Is torn source of heat which '!
of, trinkets of Indian manufacture. supply while in ethers there were county's prettiest i *subdivisions up enables wrote in under the wire *ra a win
I !. j!There is the bot dog and pink lemOnade I 1 only a bottle or two. The search was was begun this morn in?. The new .it., bricks I are being laid now on part the worm" to bore its way through/ I i I rDe".

%., stands so dear to us all In our REPORTER made between noun and sunset. development is twiny: made by Oili ; ] First; glacier ice like a heated ..Irf'." ,: The list of workers. i* large and

i youthful days. Older people miss the A man by name of Quarry, at :i mer M. .Ht-itmsn. on the prope-rty of street towards Uiiiy's creek I' i!I ] ra sweet cider and gingerbread which I lark: day he ash a eaesiloa .f tea. )i. fo:. Heitman estate I II j jI i reeds attention. In many places ,, n4 ,
..rt this part f U* state ha. a.
II end Ulrrrtt. .a tee streets .f Punta Kassa. was found with only ':: where the bricks staples on sale at all old time llU" 'I Streets walks grading and the were removed for t friend in the -.t .. Ylrtwltyfiervone
two bottles of liquor. Lee Orme had
I I :talrrlo regale the hungry; and thirsty. i a more plentiful supply on hand as clearing of the land is being rushed laying they sewer have, water pipes or gaspipes i i! ROTARIANS OBSERVE( : in this territorr wants tilt

I Barkers ran be beard telling of (he Question In what way do you find had C. H. Bryant Charlie Raulersonand today. The tract will, be subdividedinto pavement settled making: the i i i'ress! and will get H r*..larly ewer

advantage and wonders they will it most enjoyable to spend your time the Dt>mere girls. town lots bordered by wide It Is rough. I ,,.<,> a subscriber or thrmtfch you for a small part of a dol- street hamerous drives and well' expected that the next few from .. ..
I while in Fort :Myers. Quarry and Orme were placed un- weeks, will see the the1IItrf"t't I 20TH ANNIVERSARY i; a nw hay. nMratere.proper the
i, 'Ur: Wbere Asked Arcade. laid out parks. .\ modern hotel will completion of thing to do I* Mclean--.alb.
der arrest but the ownership of
some work
;- There In the exhibit booths are the j I Ralph O'COnnerew York: "My of the be erected adjacent 14 the large in tb% business tecUnn. scribe witb a Mend Hi the' cai.pale. .
beat of everything which can be liquor was not proven no sulphur "spring!:, from which the Most of the streets which have been i insure
j happiest moments here are spent on arrest made. Other arrests will be i community I|! finished OF ORGANIZATION I receipt of the paper regu50rty
: raised in Florida and all of it pro- the Caloosahatchee and the Gulf made today. ; takes its! name. The spring I i j'there I is are ral boulevards although; I I: and help your favorite t4t win. ,At3'

dated right here at home in Lee j, fishing. Fort Myers waters are With the Lee County Fair on this !I i!I basin and creek wind through the Garrett or two bumpy places in 1 I may participate ta thin r*>e. and late

county I f among the best in the country for property; and will be developed into ,, the pleasure and thrill of taktac MI
... lloagland's hippodrome will continue -'i I that I believe." week, this confiscation of liquor will I j Zone i of South Florida's most attractive j I[ -- --- ( hilt Passes KesolntioH 'oUI'I.orflulC! | | I'j'settee: pan.KttmiUaae.
1 I
I' to show the old English game I be a preventative for at least part ; beauty spots. i; Program of Planning |I
|:r Mrs. Mary Honess, Atlanta: "The of the motor accidents which would : ; A 1'L.U'K: TO LEF.I'Those : are not yet ctansl:
offpush: ball; six trained horses and j t tropical scenery and your lovely ': The Bonita Laud -('ompan), of ; --- Board ; and there in plat) .[ of rooM for .*
have occurred and make the !
probability -
"daring riders participate In this act I jbeach I are the things that I enjoy of other troubles less, officials |I which Mr- Heitman Is president. also :: who have no place to sleep' ---- i dilioual workers Especially i ia tit
Miss Jean Wile will drive her team most In Fort Myers." believe. 'j i announces the sale of 4.000 acres of I|I and can furnish their own blankets The Fort Myer' Rotary trite In some of the. nart>y towsidmtatry

tandem to an English gig and sings I I John F. Ferguson Saint Paul: "To land adjoining the above property to i and pillows can make, i i club at its regular meeting I oltwlrk- a* renMosM .*
a' County Presecuting Attorney C. Q. !j: arrangements _
vocal I accompanied by theband. a financial from theM" M' -tion4 have
be truthful I must say that the opportunity magnate the north for lodging by applying to J. R. i, today celebrated the I an equal ahute
Stewart is in Tallahassee business I I
I': to make money in real estate ifor I a consideration of $3(141.0110) ; Stewart at room 310 Pythian twentieth !anniversary of with citizens of Fort )lye,.. to win
and this handicaps the officers in i j build 'I
t&Auto' polo and many other special is the most interesting thing |I Mr. Heitman predicts a wonderful ] ing. There are a few vacant roomsin I the establishment! of Rotary which I the KSKCX or Ford. In town thereare

.., acts will appear before the grand- I in Fort Myers to me. I am not unmindful their work.It '', growth and development for Bonita this building and I I I took place twenty years ago yesterday i a great many already entered and
is the intention of the police to' cots may be
land every afternoon and evening. ]; Springs; in view of the above other ..m'on th* ai ilo list.
+I i however of the beauties of and the placed in them for the at Chicago, Talks on the history You
rBal! games and practice by Connie )]' the city and its wonderful climate." make Fort Myers a Sahara in its','<| fact that ibe Atlantic Coast Line rail- those who have accomolationof j of Rotary by Carl C. ilcClure; should not watt any toaacr in start-
no other to
-t Mack's team will be features. More i' dryness. road is now laying rails which will sleep. I' on Rotary at Present by Ora K.Chapin. I:leg beeaa. ** each day may aa. the.. = '=

hones and better races every day i i ii IMTCHEK: SVW FISH[ ---- connect that city with the outside and on the Future of Rotary lose 9t ninny Mtocriptieu. and the a '
> > than ever before. I world ,within the ', I support of friends. that would Jib =-
-* I j next few months. I by Walter Bowles much k
-Billy 'Claris Broadway shows and !t'j.r Not satisfied with catching a red SOLITARY CONFINEMENT :I I' EERTROPIC e FRUITS \' elated by all who heard them.appre- :' to give. 'It to these who have ..**
many other features will 'make the watchfully IUn
i I fish large and game enough to smashup i i MRS. C. STSWAIN The allowing resolution was adopted w {(L -
fair ibis year far superior to any Any who May have considered the

other held In Lee county and per- : his tackle, Gen.X. Y.Merrel, and Fort Chaffee.Myers ofDin.hampton. LOSE BURIED SUNDAY I I I "Be It by ResolvedThat a unanimous Vote: a hrl"aMliry oC; wterteR the c...-
GONVIGTS ; CITY'S' Realizingthe :
TO ,
In South -
Florida. ,
i iI went to Everglades where be caught !! -- | | growth and the development of' paigji;! *n4 have not TH, Made **/
----- I ;, their minds. gel
I ; I a Tarpon and a ten-foot saw fish. Mrs. 'C. S. S..aln.. ked 5* years. I Fort Myers, and the to In .hon I.i wait .>
I importance of j
1 I. DINE AT IORG.tN !! Fort Myersand I idled at tie home of her !' "I I longer It. easy to tie, ure snIW\. .
\ The saw was brought to DAYS LABOR IN I 1924 daughter, MANY WINTER carefully worked out plan for I IJ
I ; ; VISITOR *""rtpU. n* tr die .. ;
::The' Athletic dined last' night at I: Ike Shaw is preparing it torI {i Mrs. J. J.:feeHamy 321 Hoople street I I I I f J beautification and for the finest de- !! keep wafting! Press ad ilon i ,

'I transportation to New: York. i at 10:45 Saturday night; after a two- I I 'velopment, of the city this club here* a waiting 'Iatll i ) you
thex llorgan hoUl. They are _. have loci the
beglD-1 illne&a of xfiting 'this
Mrs Chaffee and Mr. and Mrs J. I : mpntha' with stomach trouble.
ntog to feel; at )home in Fort 'i and Whit Prisoner :V-r Sa!>l'tl1tlltl. 1 Mrs.' Swain born '!I'I \Isitnron Often atG- lapse. tv j1 p1 by: endorsee the general plan of the ] antawab He sill.. th. fan of singing' II ..
C. Mitchell were in the party was in Florida .I
and say. that Lee county climate To Confinement Department I and had lived in Lee I'I'I j 1'Hat U IM iAt .Mar. jiprVserit City Planning committee, I The- Mate feature of Uu ,gplyalgathoh
they saw Deep Lake. duPont Ever- I county for twen- i tat j
.. the' I Records ShowTALLAHASSEE. < present suggested,, embodying: ... .r \f
...i beae-( chilly blasts of Philadel- j : ty-six' kit Stand. stelisiet0' and .17" that
:" ...... 1 jf4desan4. pazambas, ., years.SurTiTiAiJu i l-Tbal the present bonnd ri 8' rl r-u edt4 iW It that
lIb1.. I i .are the husband I I ;; of Fort I It I are! working inraw _
\ -OI.ORIAOT: mT> : j Feb. J4.-Time lost I three daughters )Ira." J. J. Bellamy, Strangers InF ; Myers find the -tbe'\:City Myers be extended. the are doing< their vary best
O..D.UGEK. 1 by state convicts by confinement in local markets often %. That the City be Zoned. j I! now". in order to get the i.enult
TIIE-1111TI.ER"a : ; 1 i Mrs. F. S. Hart and Mr. B. B. interesting-bat are of too
'!IW rCB' into .:.-Ofhat there TM a City Plan, In !!4 free
1 Tk ACIOCI.ted' Vessel) solitary cells during 1924 taking iels and one son; Ellison Swain at a loss to know how to use i vote From now tin MI Man-h,

I r i ...":' t PARIS Feb. 24.-Olorta' Swanson consideration only the actual absence grandchildren; and 4 sister. Dan-j some of the strange fruit and vegetables I the hands either of a City Planner or i;::the 14th MI sack tU.1U Ibl!' a coi.te _

>!:,.. to '-;:::: Barometer .29 51 i tfllm star who underwent an opera- from work amounted to %.0901 Funers.1 services were held offered for sale ''of a City Planning Board. and j I|I _Unt, turn in to, the < .uapaign

Sky . Cloudy. .tlon, here last week passed a better' 1-2 days of ten hours each or more I I O'clock Sunday afternoon at Take the tangelo, for Instance. 1 This club -urges the hearty support j|: manager tb" *> will be r"o\.1\ ed wtiii,

4rWtnd; :. mile .5!'I night her husband told friends this. than six years for one maIL This Is hardt's mortuary home' and EngelII Everyone, knows what to do with anti' endorsement of the projectby ]j I 766,009 extra votes and an,-r March
veU I were conducted
tJ't afternoon" disclosed in records compiled by T'I' by Kev. W. IL I I oranges and grapefruit, but the tan- the chic organizations and by thtt 14th, than will unit z, i ;s;" ,40i
.S, Adams
,(,1 S'a.Wind. m.direction, ins..O. I]: .Ha added that the doctors do not E. Andrews, state prison clerk. I ,the. First Baptist( church, assistedby pastor I Iof ,I gelo is a comparatively new fruit and the citizens of Fort Myers. I rttr votes tai each ?a0 can turned(

I t 21 hri-to yet consider her out of danger. The calculations do not take Into Dr. 0. 'A. Thrower of the First ): has not yet worked, its war into *ojciety. I, -, By a risingvote, and on tbe motion -'I In, Tbe, Ji iM>tcs that toll! get the
._ lair Rai&all?night, . .63 i I r I account the number of hours the Methodist church: *" I;I. Yet it ".one of the n.-st: delic- I of Al C. Williams Clint Solicit, snbscrit>Uons from Ui. start will n<>

I Lowest SXOW i\ SO'TUt.HSut: prisoners were actually in c nflne-I Burial at Fort}Iret'll cemetery. !.1'1 I |v of tbe citrus family i'bey ares who was at the-Lee County fair, was doubt be tktwinners at the close.
S &1' yesterday . 80 I ment. For example, a prisoner i . averages -
: PARIS Feb. 24.-Snow Is falling in confinement at 45 o'clock Lumber or without sugar. They are alt excel-, ing. 2XM voM while I ih1,15 bonus : -_
: ; : ; Company Plans
intermittently over the entjre country evening was in the box for t..enty-I, lent marmalade fruit having a tang ( The; following visiting< Rotarians period is on. Ovting the se (Hkd rote

even the usually snnsbinny four hours, but he was a.I I To Enlarge Its Plant of bitter and more acid than al sweet j,were present. ; W..1. Stark, Flint period, a on* year'K.ih.cription

For Florida: Fair tonight and Wed- south. I having lost, only one ten-hour day ;iI v I' orange. :Mich.: F. A. Smith, Lebanon N. H.. Isverkga; 1",..* vales white,! la the

nesday.. Hghty cooler tonight in The fall is heavy in the mountains I from his work j The Fort Myers Lumber Company i Tbe papaya is :another fruit worth 1K!\ C. Kiripatrick, Benton III.. S. A. last period 'of UM campaign a *nben -
I and in central France the thermometer Neither: do the calculations take' I investigating. It Is served like, cantaloupe 'I
north and central portions; gentle I* preparing to reincorporate for i (Continued on page 'tj (Coatittlatt. Page:: : > -
.northwest( winds becoming variable dropped far, below zero I into account the time allowed fort I 1100,000.00 and'will put in the latest'of for breakfast or lun bean: --
recuperation after the prisoners were' modern and is used in salad It fe delfcious '
Hi : I taken out of the confinement celt ; shed machinery and enlargethe sliced and served with lime Juice and IDUTCHJNEWSPAPER; HAS RUN l} : ,
] 7rivo room, making this of .
I ; END | This amounts to half the time of tbe one sugar. Tbe email black seed! are thigh t
the most complete lumber ; FOR NEARY 300 YEARS --F
yards :
[ It instance. in pepsin and I
ENT' SIZE ( confinement. for a pril- the are served with, the :
'\\1 >; \ OVER loner was placed in the cell and held j jI country. fruit. Slices of papaya and leBtnc '

i ; I there for five days, the rules required j,!1 It .understood that there whir\ be ,} hearts''combine In a ravishing ,solid, |I j THE HAGUE Feb. .24.-The OpreI -]undertook an >Kaxlteh transiaUon or

KANSAS CITY, MO. Feb. troversy about the county seat was that he be given two and a half days no changes in the personnel of the I'i Rose apple are delicate and &11- ,I chte*'Haarlem..oh* Connante,publisb- thie ,|Hi,|.,. It !. probable that this

ville! Montgomery County 'zo.-Dan-j I settled. to recuperate before being put back I firm but that the holdings; of each 1i i cious. They we best chilled and iM.l hed: '',thetlnttals a* the "tt'eekd- was done without tie consent!! ot its
member will be :
lost Its proud pr -eml..n But In 1899 a bill was passed (opposed pa the road to work. increased sufficiently en "Just ao"- or mincjed for satutlAvocado owner, a* IIIWIbe felMchede!

smallest- seat in the' United States. by Champ Clark then a member White prisoners proved to be much to bring the lavestment up to the are too' well known to need I'[cke Cotarante van Europa" (Weekly tastily was rate to trace any connection .-

The recent election in MontgomeryCity ot Missouri Legislature' from more susceptible to the solitary cell desired amount. t tMissMinneapolis introduction. Those on the mariet Paper .?t Europe), January II. ice,l. with -tit transistor Nowa

a TOte of 3.192 for the county Pike County authorising the bolding treatment than did tbe negroes. Camp'( 'now are the hardy types ami axe i*I'and slack that date continuously anUii day he 0euM b* prosecuted fr in-

seat, as against, 1.022 in:the' negative of the Circuit. Probate and CountyCourts No. 2, at Titusville getting the record salad fruits. Summer la really tine :;i the present day, i* the worldsnewspapeg oldest 1I 1. friJ1&IIJ"t in thnaa! days

and a flfbt that has lasUd nearly of the county at Montgomery for the most time lost with a total of avocado time when the beautiful 'Pol- ,i In existence. ;, there was no Mich law and. profkri-
i three-quarters ot a, centuri Vas end- City. Then ,a. curious ,situation .rol.1 ?17 day lost. Camp No.: 22, anotherfor lacks and other large varietitfj are ,;,I Abraham Casteleyn. who possessed j;:, tots could otri iy eel honoroi at this ,
> *d. '. I Danville was still the county white prisoners located "near in season Mangoes the moat .exquisite I i: a printing; shop. called "De BHJde'Il I pnbilratitv*'

( Danville was laid out in 1834. It : and It was still mandatory that court i Cottondale. came next with 272 days v of tropical fruits, also comb with l Druck" <(
lay' on a'hlll, overlooking beantiful -I'I be beld there. So at every term Judge lost time. v the summer. on the above mentioned date the plan |, paper was already evident in It* first -

; Danf*!''Boon* country and hade r clerk and sheriff would ride over I I The totals by camps follows: Camp Guavas Florida's standard Jelly I to' publish the"- principal new of tbe tRIM!, This ia of two paa,* had :
L daily stage service west and east on to Danville and open court. The sheriff i No. 1 (white) 170 days No. jwhite) ,, fruit, are a desirable table fruit. They I world, s4'id to that end every Satnr-i', about 27* !lisps! of foreign tits but

the Boona't Lick road, laid out by I would cry: "Oyex, oye. oyex. the' 317 days. No. i (white) 180 days; -No. should be sliced and served with day he teased two email pages. This +I j: only tell linca of borne new Special!

Boone's tons.- circuit court in and fat the county I 1-A (white) 85 days in seven months; sugar and cream. The taste for publication apparently was a uccew. I foreign correspondents were placed!

In 18Efti the (North Missouri Railroad of Montgomery and State of Missouri No. 4'(negro) S3 1-2; No.: 5 (negro) tI t must be cultivated: few clIIa..j as in 111.>,S be added another weekly J in .nil the capital town of Knrope- .

was built' from St. Louis, pass-i!, Is now open and in session." i 1861.2 i i I ; No. S (negro) 4t; 1\0.8 (negro) them at first on account of edition off the first called the HaarLenche London. Rose Frankfort Cologn, f:

ing Danvtllt at a distance of five ,i "Call the docket Mr. Clerk" the I!! St 1-2; No. 12 (negro) 28 1-2; No: 13 I Iculiar odor. Coftirante.. which after sometime I Brussels, Park Venice, eu, while --

mile*. With the, railroad M!>>ntromeO'I; t 1 Judge\ ; would direct I (negro) 166 1-2, No.: 15 (negro) 47, It The carfesa U an attractive fruit j ahsothed the first publication. the editor. k4 excellent relations<
City came into being and soon -' Then welt adjourn. r No. 1C, (negro) 34; No. IS (negro)' *, i and is used for Jellies and In-pnncK In UU Cassteleyn received permission -I]!! with officfit mpto* M The Hangs

came a live town but Danville felt' Then the officials would go to the I| No. 19. (negro) 100.; 22. (white), t It is a brilliant red and quite ,tart. f\om the numlclpaJityJ t At this eaa4: being.part of

pure it had too big a start for another'| tavern for dinner tell a few rami 271; No. 26 (negro) 21; No. 27 (white; Surinam cherries are delicious when to call Matt paper the Oprechte the French esMtoe, adder NAoloonsway '.. _

community: to outstrip It. It ,1-i saidj with the natives and return to Montgomery }f204 I-It No.: 28 (negro) 18; No.: Z9 (ue-\\. fully ripe. They are also brilliant red Haarlemsehe .Conrante. which meant I i the HaMtMMdkc Coar&t' had _

have bad at that time a population j'j't }r City where all Important affairs -1'1'i 'li ) S; No. 30 (negro) 226; "No. 31 and are queerly ridged. They hake It 'was the authorized edition For :I to be printer ...-> !In the Freach

of between Sod and 1000. j j i of the county were transacted. |f I (negro) 5$ 1-8. excellent preserves. Very; like them inform this 'prhll &el.*yearly payment ef Iesgtiale, tQSh aftr Kapotasa's dc-

During the' ClTll War, Danville was ', I I Seasons of the year apparently had > but a greenUh\ white in poh/ ($ll'|'ftO;} had to far.. made to the.swan feat h Ip fg. Sate tde eodqeo.s _

raided sireral times. During the-raid': FLORIDA CLIMATE: BEST [j jI little\ :to do with\ the time prisoners'f are the gooseberries, i- tFtpallt-a considerable amount of,ily pabfMMrf ..III....r again in the

t made by Bill Anderson. guerrilla i I I spent in the celt Starting with Jan They are very tart and make a.on. j Imyiney In those UT*. It to 1 interesting '!Dutch J a"'f'". flu.* act Crowed the

"leader, tbe store building which was !1 I A post card picture of the' interest 1 j nary last the total 'number of min A F 1n serve, almost equal' in flavor to' the :'[to1 flora that,tbe liberty ot..printingwV < feeling 'of (he.. popdslraa sad thus

being used a* a court house, was leg state capitol square ot Virginia,lute 1 just punishment nt ,in the solf-,. famous' bar le dac TOy'a' accosnjianimentof I! 'mt her- restricted at that time I belied!' to feting abut the dlcnvraal( ofi

burned- together with the' records. j' in,which state Captain and.( Mrs. William I f f (Continued on Page!! t) ., roastsd Tension la baronial''an.1 that the, publisher of. JiewJipa- i French iftjufa a,4( CAMOU sfffnfslni

#Alter the war a new tour -hoase ] ) F.G, wynne. have* ,beelt for the j r :' .. dining halls. The cherries: < grow onj!; per were plated by UK towa-aethtrr- i Between tiH ad 1W. ib,,0 editor ---

.was built, at a cost of abo t< 30000. I j, past fortnight or more, conveys,j. y1w,x .bashes!4 tbei i eniweo rries' on tree+j itlel under Ii 'jstein.of control stalk ;I tof the fEsarfomaete doarant attow4 -

It-was an Imposing: structure according .* ,among other interesting information, Florida City Planners t to a lops( ,tar?, 'YU. 1t laf 'ito that bf the seller of spirit otttr new ot eaHicaUonaV Mdo* to -
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to the standards of the: time and I the statement that out Florida Cell nt "tt TiU year 117 ,was an important 'be pnMtekwl in bM paper aa* kept

bad begun to reason that tbe rali- mate is better Chan tbe climate of tile I' Will Meet in Ocala J List Your. Rooms With ::. one }JTOr rbi newspaper a* It passed ;lout a* math! a* poMlWe all reports of

.. road made It the logical place tot old Dominion State." r --.5 i : Into the luted"0( IzAak and Johannes Ia:i sensational *r impure character. _

the seat of government, rather than a I I'i i CAa; ',"Fb. 2V=-'Tb first annual ,: Chamber: of CommerceList : j iEnattede'jib!! o were appointed "Stadv !firmly believing esMtmeUvc new --
town Kve'mlles; away In tho "back I: PARRIED AT LAKELA5D: meeting of the Florida City Planners': '' eouraniler,"+'u0f' officialnewspape? alone to IM fit for ttlMleatioo.I .

c-auntry.- I 'I Association will be held here in conJunction your spare room. will the editor tot rte: town {- tlt tile present I Since the fooadAtioa of the Modern

.,' .Montgomery( City first move -was ||i .Jack Pridgen, ot Inverness, :. with the. annual session of ', chamber 41f commerce is. the appeal: i[ day the tascbed* family has remained -,dally newspaper tie HaaHsaoscbc

an. injunction proceeding to stop the hiss Marie Vitas, of Fort Myers, went t the Florida League of Municipalitiesof I II made to Fort ilrers eltbeas' .today. conneAttd with the paper.In I jCouraste hat bees ratable to iuinjtaln -

building of the new court house at :InaayUle. to Lakeland Saturday where they I I February 17 and 18. The city plan- t t I:The fair Li responsible for tile presence ,', the *eveeVenth. and eighteenth i' tu prominent ptece. as tts edi-

t Tht Injunction was denied wen married and returned to this;' aers' body Is composed of civic official ,] of hundreds of new; arrival and:'',centuries! lloU..'\d wa*.th* most fav- tore were not willing to J glue it the -

and lUnvttlTrentahead, ; .. and finished city Sunday to receive: the congratulations *"and cal planner of a number it I the problem ot hownl :hem has become lore. +i place for .&>e fooniUtion of anmnii ''financial and mat rat support ..s.n-

the butt ',,K.*It w.. mighty proud i of their friends. ot the larger mnncipalities of the I Six artistrlirul physical culture experts acute. |[tDt newspaper. tt being then. Hal to that end Thus it became More

of that new 'courthouse. with"its tall I!i Tbe bride is a daughter of Saab state, It was organized In Jackson chose bliss Lucille McGinnity Call the chamber of commerce of-J I I th*"center at> EttAs'peaA trade and polToreisnert"learned {- .or legs of a local paper Lbougl freliqaently -

cvpnla trOm'Vwhith; undulating ,.Vivas who lives In the southwest: Tiller January 8. and Gen. J..l C- Foster to rer.seet. Minneapou*; at the fifes let them nave .yonfr name, address ,- flits, Dutch Dad l} reed'" in, ihe! province and

1tieeodtPltlonatry ('Oul4-k..eeu tot: Part of the city. .Tlle -croom U' employed 'ot,Saint* Augustine' t UtbeJpresi: I Atlant*, Oty bathing beauty' pageant I lo< tion and rate.tandjthe- ,.t temngorlirf drtrlrigkrseeand; half of On eighteenlh j known for iu sound .*&* ...., edi-

-mllef, }ground; and i If; felt that eoD.I. I'I on... the.' Crescent Beach road. dent, ,; 53AOt4 Aogust. rocnl1env1rlI1 tie aenx to )'ou.l t lltllrm'e$ _e la ,.England: rWL -

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; ing which Is overflowing: with pupils.. -. 1 1I it I :,.,,<-. "' -(" t IRAV.. SAPl. '" '. .. ...MI
> < President's Pardon t
II I I. HENDRY COUNTY) NEWS ; L. O Gravely has been appointed attorney United by .
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to.the..matter. I General! Second ', -
)rari1IaI % Davis '- I Phone 444

.-- ..... -.. .. .. h I I__ ,- Uuf_t..t lf' ,l '.lh. N M555 5z \\s\9 nondry-Stre:** Fort' Sljcrs., -Find'PC' '''' :,

I;; CoIl .**?..Engineer' Roy r.. } (amily.will.move in town from Ortona It may. or. may J1 Qt be, r responsible| +.h i ,

y OQtHeadry t ( jtjntj'* road j nponJlu! complctoit(. ; ',. but the fart J'maiJLI.that since tbei j '
lug program. which lnaolvest" : h1'1'1'1'1'1''bUI 1... J Henry Ford!; .'purchase .ot more La I .!I.IHIinilllHJHHHniHIHIIHHIIKHMIIKHIimilMlillllllHJIHIMIIII:I I I I { { I C I I t i .IHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIII J [ _

penditure of the $530.000bol< > c Mr. and Mrs. E. V: Hedges are planning Belle Jots Jast.month and the\ rumor, iAs You Wait ;|
Is amthority 'rofth*' .' to bond a large;.residence this of his plans\ to''help develops this } ; I Shoe ReparingVhile. |

Colliers county-ftrue |oC promise"; U tprlng, on, their Ben- Avon property, beautiful,pan of J:191td;< ,real state y 4 [ REASONABLE 'PRICES |=
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working"hard! t o mm Hendry'at thecounty r .f :Amt vt b. .* .increasingly active;. A_ ,L. Hen- ..
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": -line-, with as good .a, toad, a* Perry,.Stewart\,and family .whG have rlcksea local real i estate man 1 William Rogers silverware jupoiis, *iven away J JPron.iit =

anybody;builds.04 r. hover jtates *Wthe3JjnUdu i bees> living'la for} Myer have moved t: K, Watts }of Saint! Petersburg' made, =. berMtti: 'given tin mail 01'tiers. We pay return post- !:E

I .crejr *n4 yoad.! -drtdff.! I backsoJhcitbasn..lpAprth:: ,ta Belle i I the 'banner sale as to volume, selling-, : are Send u-, out old I :shotwe; : do the rest. | -

,_ began work at the Collter-Hendry I -- the Consolidated Holdings for $100.-. k-F w .

t line, {betweenr Immokalee and! Felda, New 13JMM Bank olldlolE' !I 000. ,Lots In the various: subdivision! 'g i : TaffimoseaR Bros.. t |

tot at.
at work,OB'the'qoujh..end-of.this Toad I building '1 is about ready for occu!''jvelly Miller having entirely: sold out
r working pOUutp pjeet Die Immokalee ancy and its handsome offices are lane subdivision and the- greater part, g The Home of 'Men's' Fine Shoes 5

:. crew. 'Thl.' means. that_ the toad is ,il| engaged, with tenants yen, now I of another. Monday of. this week Colonel g 21 Main Street-Fort ;Myers, }.'Ja. ",' = 4i

:-* being pushed rapfdly to completion I moving! in. The La Belle\ Motor,Club .Bruce bought three blocks more .. i"lliillllllfillNllIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIIIf1111111 J J '' I I.., .,I I I !
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i and that seen motorist will be driving as one of the tenants Is planning an of W. P. Andrews .This, property Ll -- t

: ",i tram bearing TIe La Belle i attractively furnished suite that will located on Byran Ave and is said to I II .1.- J i
to...EvergUte. (the) C? Capital>> \ of Collier!I be a comfort as well, as a conven: be.the last three blocks in the Incor- = ,

<<>> *n early date fenceto pa, sjjjg tourists I porated limits adjoining the Henry

I.i: i ,F.rt Xvem PIIlm.Bf'at feat.' Ford ranch A subdivision streets(

t .At,*.meeting got$ the Le,Belle motor -t. .wnf\ Attend Miaul I )IretinHendry I and :lots, will follow, I

I .dub,last .sight, the PresJd 1Jt. Lou I county's commissioners, I -.

Jacobs stressed the Importance of I Captain i!. E. Forrey M F. oISClalr'1 Fad Myern to Palm BeachThe i 4 &
everything possible being done in the K A. Mugill:. Thos. Brien beauties of this river trip are i KaHturas 9, was kidnaped five years ago by his tath,'r wh- > its I !
way of completing the "missinglink" Thomas with County Engineer E S. only Just beginmg to be taken advantage -. John obtained a divorce in Seattle Wash,, and taken to Alaska 11.s l'

(three miles in Hendry and sixteen -1 Royer ,will attend the state highway I Of in this pioneer section. Houseboats I Sine? abandoned turn at St Anthony, Idaho, and the boy wo. plated for John In '

in Palm Beach Bounties) This board! .meeting at Miami March 10.'Chen launches etc. are coming up I reform school, Authorities had to baa obtain mr a presidential in Sn t r-n-tsco pardon SECURITIES
will.first! direct; 'IIto vest coast I the scions of the board decideon more and more before ho could return _
highway will be pf untold benefit to their budget for next year they frequently this winterMonday. the I ------ n --
property to Dr. Linebatb who, took (ravuorcl anti \\ H.! (.r 'en madi a' ':
the highway system of the state of< will find a patriotic ,roup., of menwho "Maxine" with Mr and Mrs John possession Monday business trip to Fort MvirSatnnlii. ,
Florida as a ,whole permitting mo-I', are thoroughly convinced and \redenburgh, Austin Cunningham and l : The interest you receive on your bonds

tortaU. who enter. thq gateway, of the' who hope to convine' the board that :\I SL Lucile Cunningham of Tampa I Mrs Wilkinson and Alice Crawford I Will Hisler and family are waiting I :stocks' {( 'moitgages, etc should be put to work :1
at-Jacksonville to see the the completion of the; Fort{ Myers and Fort Myers stopped in La Belle
I tropics You
'. interest.
; motored to Fort M>ers Saturday ..t his brother George and famflvMr f-TvmpUy l so that it will cam more
) east, coast{. of the State jthen across Palm Beach ,highway is of great im-i while enroute from Fort Myers Jto ;1
j the famous Everglades yiislm'l>ortance to the state as a whole as Moore Haven, Palm Beach and bliamiiThey a-e: coiiunliv ,inviter:) to deposit it with the Lee
I Property is changing hands more : and'Alrs Duval and Mr and .
Beach.LaBelle,. fort:flyers and on],well ap absolutely"essential: to the will return within a" fortnight I than usual in Denaud. C P. Green Mrs. Clvde Crawford visited friendi County Bank Title &' Trust Co. We will be glad
I to A delegation of citl- prcgressive civilizing of Uncle Sam'slast and the scenery along the
{ up pronounce
to welcome ,
; tlepoeitor.Lee
!I sold 500 acres of timber land lately. in Moore linen Sunday. jroa as a .
tens from ,Glades and Uendry will go frontier in the beautiful primitive winding palm fringed !I
over to .Palm Beach County to attend Everglades section. i:I i River among the most beautiful they : -- Park- -:
Mrs Burnett and Elmer made their 1Highland II
t t to a mass meeting which wtlbe| ) -. I have ever seen,
.. I I I II regular weekly trip to the Fort :Myers' 70 foot aJ street snlfwalic trw; I ..e .f
Soon i>
i held! in Palm Beach in! Marco for the :Sew: Court llou e .
curb market Saturday water Heady to Inn Id. OJ J:
MHhodKt now.
4 further of the completion alays" architect !
consideration "In about thirty said' .
g e' a Donald D. R. altor. .r
of this road. President Jacobs of drawing from La Belle I Foley i
i Hosford. your *el I Among the many '
H J. Duval has sold his
young 40 P O Bids Title
I appointed a committee to attend the with! plane and !specifications for thee1ll' who 'wil} attend the Methodist conference and muck pond property near ; County Bank ;:
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1 Palm Beach meeting which lucluded 1100,000 court house will be I In Fort Myers this week will 1----i'abn-Lee I'jrii bus Iwrd-vururfJ I 4
1 I F.. ,Watts! Hall, A. L. Henricksen, L.I read. 'This'statement' was made at the I be the Rev. Cox Pastor of this church. Street; the fool cement MJeujI: : f.! '

i\i O., Gravely. Lee Cochran Harry' special meeting of the county;commissioners I G G Frye chairman of the board of Herbert Hisler has been on the ailIng electric! lights and water OP purf j ji and
Trust Co.
Hayes .Davis. >held this week for" the stewards. R :\1. O'Bamnon Sunday list for a few days. i 1I0Ille..lI :.!.10.lfe. '
\ !. purpose of hurrying;, up matters in school superintendent. :Mrs. :Mary I '

v r Child labor worker Sprats connection with the new court house. Dreyer president of the missionary i Mecca Gardens I
W R. Green anl wife were in La- '
This county building is to be locatedon society and county superintendent I "Ihe Home for Savings.:
<:)ii-a. tora S. La Manee a W: C. T. TJ Belle Friday transacting business. Only 112 miles from center of
the pivotal point at the crossing Edw. Pfluge. lay leader I ., .
laws feet.I
'!r'rke'i in behalf of child labor : city. Ha! elevation ol nineteen "
of the north south, east and west
spcke.\ ,to a large Interested audience F. I. Duval -and, daughter )Irs. Lots $::7J.UO: up, quarter cash balance
commissioners -I Jli" Harriet Sherman Here _
highways here. The county. "" =
I : at the flinb .echoot as d Itor 1 nm \"aa....,.. Crawford accompanied Miss! Cora 3 y ara. K L. J<'fCcott Realty ("n
and Mr Hosford will leave Miss. Sherman maternity and infant __ :. :_ __"
: Tuesday afternoon end evening Mrs --- -- ----
next Tuesday for a trip via motor to of the state board of
: J.a Uance. told touching .stories of the hygiene purse ,
long 'continuous hours. pf hard work ,i various court houses in the State- health is in La Belle visiting the
e gleaning Ideas basrdi on the experiences homes an4 looking after: the health
A little
,}n unhealthy condition: by
of ether counties which may condition of :children here She will ,
children jn factories! of:various s. kinds. '
be helpful to Hendry folksDelegate return about March 16 having been .
1\ rO(,the'peed of greed restraining )laws ". .
in the Union and haw I called awij'tc1: attend,lo some important ,
1n,.'took 4eery"state England} forty yean .to' enact !* terOI: > ,twliolitti l work In' another part' of; .the a \ \ -- '\t ; 11 ill f i s'u; ,

this humane law State Representative J, K. Doty. I state. Miss. Sherman was accompanied \ ..- 1 1111 1f a i / i
Judge Jno. H Caldwell M E. Forrey by Mrs Isabelle Thomas of Glen
,.! .'. and .F. Watts Hal) who attended the I,Cove, Long: Island who Is spending

"Wr andvUrs.Jame3rNewcombe and Everglades! Reclamation .meeting .inOkAjwhobae I.! the winterlia, Florida ,

}, family w11i'ipend.thatw'eekppdln. City .w UVgiTi! .attend Jha:.I a
Estero.,vi Iting the unique fair which meeting at f Ala place'in March I : where Fort Denaud Hems .

i ? )la the pride of this interesting' come '- plans for !definite: effort will! be made Prcfessor Dodd of the LaBeile'high
muntty each year. ,. vlalted.. Furt Deuaud baturday .
$*<0,110O Bond lection: For School .1 ,... 'f'>- :..

E: C. Rosengreo' *f'' Cleveland Ohio The first school district: of Hendry Walter Brooks has returned from :a 1

is:here with his family, to finish the county which, includes La Belle and business and. pleasure trip to Frost .y

winter on.his homestead at decision Is advertising notice of a Prcof. : I I IA

.wood" on. Bee Branch of ""Greell-I bend election to be called March 17, ----- '. t ,. ; tt --.S
t' n I'Bud"'voted on by Ileridry freeholders W. R. Green and wife made a business :

I Tne 1 Ladies onhll{ Royal Neighbors The plan to-build a new high school trip '.to- LaBelle Friday: Mr !
Lodge-Royal Ponciana camp will give,. to relieve the"present spacious) build Green has sold his fine young grove .
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j February: 23 for 'the purpose of raising :

; money for chairs. and,other needs t
k ed furniture for_ the lodge room. k.a..
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,A,! t-elegram. from! ,Chicago, called! ,
_Baron: Hall/! home to the f funeral' of f '
bin father whq died Saturday night ,"

The deceased"was ibe.founder. of Hall

City and he father 'of Wendell l Hall t 1 I .
celebrated In radio ,and{i phonograph "Way
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: Mr. and Mrs Ivan Andre of De- .
I land registered at the Royal Palm.tJlr tM1LDMIYPR matrt -

!. Andre, U".a well) known, portrait \//1ij aI/.Q 1 li f lye' \ rnl
painter and are. ; possible residents \ 1 ,

of La Belie 1Ieln, Impressed with the

.beauty fit.ib *pic* ,.;,j_.. iJudg ... __. \ \ ri

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-:. Jpo. H Caldwell is in Miami l\ltL\ : X

_.ona, .brlew visit to friends and/ relative '

; j;- chedineadof 1ens
Scenic-Historic: ;
: ,. ':J "l )'!;, .' Route !
Messrs.Kelly and Miller owner DIXIE FLYER 'be .fiJ t

S ,55' +f of the-Kelt. Mill :subdivision, were in l L*,Ft M,.v.A.C L. .
Ly.Lak..l..d.. xTtL. I tTSiU \
town yesterday attending to business ,.
U" J ck.ooville.A C.U i-MSU"
;Im.connection.with their development w Atlanta N COL Sr L. pas JJ.. / } costly
[IrChattanoera.N.c, 2. st.t- ns -
> At St.Loa'L
i ,: 'IJ; G. ,AUanasia building i a bungalow '.ArChlroan.C <&R'tCIaDW. .- .- 7:411.-rn.'e,atn -
j on Hlckpochee ,Ave. and the .ol Can.U..kaWUIe..

,9r r IL'UIwUJaca"m.. is.Club lew( ,
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; .' Gosw.iinCAienp Aoom Car toChle.a:Jack.CN ; ; :

tIs. $! 1 fa" d wio-aoom.e4CpeaSee..
pgrtseoti .
saR a f 3 y S S / 1 k.onewetost.Loot., d4 ----:;
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W' Opea seeti.a6leeplag ,
t p ( Car.-J..D..U..S.Chl.JaeIoaootriJle. 55 ,
.1 't to 1 II"-Lo"Ia.' JacluoavUlc, to E".onw.. .

gi : ItJetJs DCacUMTTEDLnr.Ft.Irera. '

.A.c:.I., fq....... 'ThnO1 remarkable tobacco
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Ar.St.Louli.I..C&N.. offered
e l n.m ever to smokers
-, Ar'tmehro C'CR E.r /1t1 m.
: 1 iCb age W c.-.U.ekaoariUe. .. f
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.t : )y ipt.Room and Opea Sceti_81 epia
Cars-S.ra.ot. via Tamp ta Chicago.

TLJW -. r Obecn.don-U.'P-SCetloaS1cepIacc-.Jac4o..We Jaetuo..nle to co at Chico.Loala. ] :- -r in quality in value in taste .
do breaksCuPey .
:: Com.aru'e<>t Dnwing _...Cpe.aee- .
a:.Tdf"-ftalda. has anew toM.yen C=t IagCar-JaAw..eletoCbk.go.
1WIwfl! ated movtuent of Ue e'i Il to Chloao. F
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ttt tk.-t ttirst ctfp .in breakiniv Coach SecCoa of O Dixie Flyer ; Backa6OUI187o,7un esN.We llman which ju& seemed toago\vith: .
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.. ion ; leaves J."me S3*p.m:,ant,", Cbat- ...
-Z: 'B: ::hied.. tiae'igi rt.LseNn 5* I1a ky that,Cutov nay 011:onr-or .tanoe ume. ..aSt the: hrp..a Leala! and Chlca.,a"tli
YU'art .... : I p*. Just fire Pr Mot O>BS( aHy Coed Dime*'Car Serrkc as ,, _: { won inftanta.nd widespreadfavorl his secret until we .acquired }
't blmawW* you are waiting Ail Three Traiu '*
,. : yielded a kllir-bodied WelImarfsMetho its .
?tyoetdoet.e to'eome' :::.4.'t-.J. by
!;I I lea rhrsldam'e.iimcrloth "-u.sarep..ea..e.f richness mildness
esed -during Utk- ATLAKTIC COAS LIKE RAUJtOAD '. ,
t ; t acts gently but thor- A.R-c*Irm DvWa fancvfar Aifat ,
.1'<< of taothen know P V,C.A St TL Rr,SIC Cnk..Bl.*. S.
vale. IB helpibr to Jaeka..eiile.lla. '
tsles.kT.Irl4abl'a. f'OId' : n< laser a.C Br.l...,.Florida Faaa<.rf>A(.a<
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illj.alwaysSENDFORUSttUL.. ,
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L.C SW k.Traffic A.....Co aLL Ky.

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JTTSPAY AFTEKSOOy.. FEBEtART *l, 1925 TJIE FORT 1ITEr. rIJs: FOnT :-iirr: nor.m.\ } -
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A IY-ENVmS NAVY _Migrctfory i .i Game Birds, Including NOTICE TO ADVERTISERSAll J' fl =

BRASS "Baker to Dean t Ducks and Geese Doomed to Practical
.. BUTTONS copy for advertisements for the Pert Myers Dailrv p -
; FASHIONS C.g. Extinction by Present Slaughterr Press should be in tht:-offlce not later than ten o'o'clockJWi.MBe-> I
W ASH : rOX, Feb 24 \ i ? ""'.' :w.J> : 1 1l days Tuesday s, Wednesdays, Fridays and SatUrday&Thursday's .,.m,
Is .
tired ot always wearing its ,workIng & FOIBLE'Sby ; i apcr it should be in the office not later:tbaa ;
Its officers and men l Wedna !ay-eve
and preferably on
8 o'clock in the morning
want to .
get out of
thedrab'fleld uni .
form andltnta"the' ;: $,' ", }.I ning. Copy coming in later than these hours can. only be accepted
blue when called
out to parade Oil formal occasions, or Shirley Sharon. f.j j x. } subject to possible! insertion on the following aayp. .] -
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to participate In soda events. I I THE FORT MYERS PRESS : i iI
The 'del ire:for a ,change is sharply i .
edged by the fact that 'officers and ro- i w.j -f':f'r I .

men ot the .. !
army feeLtbat they suffer r'"; .". .,' inillllUllllllillllllUIIIIIillllinilllMIIIlllltltlllllllll I !! l I I I lllllllHIIIIIIIIHillllllKIIIIIIIIUI -
by contrast ito their brothers In the :" : W"\

nary social and gatherings marine corps.where In the paradesand ,. ': r ro i -: WATER FRONT PROPERTY / :|
three Hj 1 ij
services are represented, the nary j
and marine corps personnel : : "I .
appear ,, .
In blue uniforms with gold Jrimmjngs( :1 H 4 ; ; : ,'t: I We are offering some valuable waterfront property today :
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while the army must! remain Jn drab, T 1 i I which is worth pure than the selling price and can be bettgfet on = II
This situation Is.discussed in 'a 11 i ,= terra We are also altering some other good property at 'prices: 5''
pointed'manner by the official puh'Icationof !!- + I I If which can stand a resale at a profit. ,S .;
the United States Infantry ; I On beautiful Orange River we have 17 acres with 5 sates in ::

Association Just issued. The editor t I a bearing grove 150 feet water front. High bluff land SHjWfr-* _
I 00 Good term.
declares : =
ot t1U"lltaUon:: for; restoration: I 'r'3eh'e'Tiara ago Charles! M" Thuiiaos. : j, A MOlbaN6S Stec t' 3 AT A tom' : One-half mile waterfront on the thirty acres oC cleared Mod '!' =
theprawar.biueunifgrmswillte ,
-ar-oU baker and t- vdMT"aR
; 29->* ... tGptPE This fa close in stuff and wit fee
.' I, which' we offer at a bargain
continuedjuatil n* are modified to authorize! the desired ten tit IlUnola and entered the ual if I -
uu ii-is i
I or: =
Waskia ton' _
tv '* t An apartment bOWIe with six apartments OB
change' Jn. The, versify' as freshman TodaY "la few where the ::
dress. army has been the Mates
han of the school) of businea V. | ; :: avenue is aaotfcer of our money-Making offertegs. Tbfe wtH be
in its lurks' ate in greatest numbers -
workday clothes since 1917. 4 4O ;:
gistration; holds A. R. A M ant I It + l I sold for 91iseeee on "*y tenas tp!
"When I in winter the bunter 13 gat- ::
i secretary of war stated t :..J.,. D degree and antes texttoil- I ty authorized to slaughter .&> ducks ::: Three a4+ one-half mile from Fort Myers we are effertfig ten' ::
t recently that he was positively ashamed In bis pare flew M every day in the season, or a total I:: acres of the best farming land to be found anywhere !in. the'-county ::::
of the appearance of the uniforms ,. --- --- --- I of more than :200: duck: in a three :: Well drained and U a bargain at the price a.ked-$900 pet =_
of the units of the army which Bmaatcx j Petersburg Is ta get the 1926 contention I months' easoD Although no ::: aene. Terms. E It
participated in the funeral ceremoniesfor 5484 I" \ that plans should be started I hunter Stets his limit every day I= Five-room house. jut completed. Has plastered wails J> = .
the late President Harding the 5292 now in that direction. ;? i I and in many states where ducks ::: electrically equipped and has bath. A fine buy at $%,i &.OO. ,,_
I' were once plentiful be will De :::
publication ,
says "he voiced the opin- Terms.
ion GardensBroad The migratory game birds ol fortunate: if he kills one ucfc.! yetin = E
of.the'officer. and men Who were I Mecca North America even \including those! states where the ducks 1::
wearing that uniform" Little coati of gay colored.woolen streets and diagonal boulevards I wild ducks and Reese win undergo seek winter protection and feed :::: PALM% CITY REALTY CO. J **. f ;
r'rl! I '-' lined with Cocoanut and Royal, ,practical extinction in ten he often gets the by the time :: .=..
FIivvers'l\lay' Soon take kindly to the idea of the'scarj I Palms. Lots |31 .OO up quarter cash '!! years if the present rale ot most ot us begin; work. ":: PHONE 479 k4'" .
cud fare out abort ,plump bart I balance 3 K. L. Jeffcott! RealIty j slaughter continues, Drilliara "In 2'J states the dock season extends = UNDER GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL 4 =1
Crowd :Australia Roads years 1, Hornaday famous naturalist to three mortis: or more, and ''I:: s.
., .-..., knees. Co. .1.1l I IOldFfime and chairman of the i'enlUDEDt'Wild this lone season includes the i tmnnlnnntlnnln.lnnnnnnlln' '. !" I'!I!II nnnnlm' It II nnlnnumnnnnnnnn!' I .' J 111111 I111 ill rind
-+'"'-- = .
l Life .Protection J-und, declared states where the dicks congregate 1
MELBOURNE. Feb. 24.--The Australian HAVE you ever noticed\; ,yuj can i Remedy recently. in greatest cambers in winter.... i.
'motor world Is much interested usually tell the age*> in the proposed establishmentof tbe ,co'or! of the ch U's Sober, i i Best' for' equaling the present pursuit of tions, in ten. years oar migratory i 1 K
five assembling-plants by the Ford practical colon generally Dean ;the bird liCe in American history. The game birds will have become so I COME TO */ 1
ouanest child i of a family of middle-aged : 'slaughter continues unabated. Not:shot to pieces and weakened as to I
Motor Corporation of Canada, and ,
s parents. Gay colors, a mother stilly Heavy Coughs even the destruction of the buffalo 'be reduced to the: vanishingpoint i
since the arrival At W. P. Grandjean, uu? enough to be frivolous and tea- vas more persistent or wide- land the sport of hunting them will \ '. "
e secretary of the company, and other practical One envies' the bit b.( f-tn. Stubborn, racking deep-seated spread.An. j automatically vanish."Twentylive NAPLES ON THE GULF t
representatives, speculation has been ralaty; in a trench coat of powderbluec:1to coughs that refuse to yield to other army of six million huntersis I I, docks! per day is a I
nearly*as'great as they' reticence of : : geranium homcspuv,tait grcca i remedies are often checked overnightwith equipped with rapid shooting murderous limit.; .No man or I )1
the visitors. kasha or an amazing green and lilac the old time cough medicine that weapons that are deadly to bird 'family can eat that number of And Enjoy I f" r
rl Ux|. She may be A b.t bort on vitamins our parents and grandparents swore life. It is generally conceded that I ducks in a day. 4 appeal to the g ;
i Mr. Grandjean has interviewed ,but you sure:shell ha\' strap by." In spite of modem discoveries I the automobile bas doubled tbe ,lovers of wild life and the sportsmen i''I 1
commonwealth ministers aad sounded slippers socks and the new cod u.Uar nothing ,has been found to< replace I perils of the game because it has of the country to farther state A Delightful Hotel, Soft Water in the (
them on the tarlft.and its effect on .aid that her tiny flared coat will be aj good old Dr. Bells Fine-Tar honey I II placed every stretch ofVa r I legislation to reduce the bag: limit i
the Ford_project. There is'reason to brief ID length as those you see on smartly.dressed for giving quick, sure relief for where ducks may be reported and '[and save the birds cad sport tor I Bath Steam Heat [
t ; children in the Bois, in Hyde: colds, bronchitis .I \ 4. ,
believe that the Ford corporation, in coughs chest spas- every bunting ground in the reach future generat
.Pak oa Fifth Avenue and other delightful I modic and other throat irrita
croup I "
accordance with customs byrlawgnow r '
operating, would be granted places. tions.! Doctor say that the pine tar ,i j-- Lovely Solariumv / 19t
quickly loosens and removes the 1
} $
t concessions on plant Importations!, KISS1UMEE TO IMPROVEKISSIMMERApproval and which are the I f- .
phlegm congestion I Surf Bathing Excellent Golf ''
provided ,the material is not available direct cause of the coughing while the HAVANA ,,' r. }
in 'Anstralla.England's .. honey not only gives a pleasant taste
was given but helps soothe irritation.But I Music\ and Dancing Daily t. t..
at a mass meeting 'here to proposalsfor be sure you get the original Dr.BclT I "
Youth Are the issuance of f 500.000 in bonds and no other. There have been I Idoun. Wonderful l Fishing and Shooting- r ? I
I $17. '
Adventure tor civic improvements, and the proposal of imitations, but the originalis .,
t. Eagenfor! era via Palatial S. S. GO\'ERNOR COBB, Sailing Tuesdays and Saturdays I I J.
probably will be submitted to still the besL It often stops the : ,
t the voters SOon. The funds provided worst cough in 24hours.. Contains<< 1 from Port Tampa. Return liuut ten days. t .
LON ii: ');l; 24.-The same adventurous be I
no injurious. drums so can given !
by the proposed Issue will oe devoted ICO.70 REGULAR ROUND TRIP FARE FROM TAMPA. Return limit THE NAPLES
youths who flocked to enlist ewn to toting children. Insist cut Dr.Cell's. !
, 'to street paving;, If approved. t ninety[ days, via S. S. CUBA or GOVERNOR COBB Sailings from -
: when England Only 30c at any good druggist's.DR.
under the flag has Port Tampa 2 P. M Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays,.Saturdays. k
The city Just finished program I P.; P. Schntt<<: Manager
' navy -was called to Trafalgar, live involving expenditures .of $350,000 BELL'SPINETAR \ Enjoy this Delightful Sea Trip. Visit, Gay Havana and; the won I'
- today la modern .England. Michell I derful Island of Cuba. .
Hedges,:who recently advertised for voted ,1.a.ICs! springs ; ;: .*HONEY "i' ;f". .
three yonthLto accompany him on an. 1 For Information descriptive booklets, tickets and reservations, canon -
expedition to ,the: wilds,, of, British smr PETE WANTS co\yrviio: }! FOR COUGHS. .. any A. C L. R. R. Ticket Agent, or, J. G. Kirkland,D-P. A, Hills- f .
) boro Hotel Tampa, Phone 323: L. S. Scott, T. P. A. Care A. C. L. r .. ..
Hondnraa.,haa had 2.300 applications
Saint'' Petersburg band will ftadompan I Ticket Office Tampa._, FREIGHT /
from bola .Most of the applicantsgave I Highland Park if
} adtertlsing :men ot iiia r
their'as& 19, and finally :M
city: tck"''the" national convention I in Two new bungalows. adl Torepection. inn t Fort 11
Hedges selected two.,boys pf this age P. & 0. Steamship Company I Tampa- Myers Everglades/ .
/ louston, Texas.this tear If the sug- I ,
and one (our ye, ra older: J Ask broker to see them. G
x The expedition is, iq ,search .for ,;es lona made "by James Coad. ot|I your Steamer Everglades r Y:.
Jie, chamber of commerce, are. car*II ,
cities and relies of the ancient Maya I '
; tied. ou\,' i .!niUlllllilllllllllllSIIilllllllllllllHIIIlIIIIIUIllIIIIIll! i I 1I11!UIIU: i ir 1111111111 II II 1':
; taking-with :;"
civilization._Mr. Hedges_|s Leaves Tampa Tuesday and Th rsday"
him a naw' ,Invention called the amber ----L-It is, Mr.. Coa.

spray-, which is to be used to Park bask\. an eighty foot 1 Leaves Fort.Myers Friday for Everglades L t. sE
spray varnIsh: like liquid on any ,J>onlerard; parked In the renter I f+

relics the air discovered and .IUD to The protect Telic them can with Royal t ,Palms'.reaching lo" the Tamlaml from MeGregorTjcUleTard Seminole :Realty Co. 1 Captiva' Island, Lee County, Florida | Ifs THIS CHEAP WATER TRANSPORTATION I; k' .
sprayed inch by inch as it is unearth Trait.' 2-10-tic | Situated in the midst of .America's most famous fishing 5

- ed by spraying and later the.tie object, VjarnIsSjemoved with:another, 'Mecca Gardens I I grounds, Captiva, Red.:Fish, Boca Grande and Blind Passes. = ''Florida'Railroad i & Navigation CorporationFoot ; li:

liquid. I I <. A complete residential suburb. Sale or no sale, it's a = Modern Hotel with all conveniences.' Rooms single" .or in .= of Ireland's Dock ,1\,

Business -,center, park: lake,- swimming ., = suite; (; with private baths. = Telephone.115! for Rates S) '.:.f
HighlandTwo Park ,pool. Lots f 37$.00 op.; quarter j. pleasure to serve ,youItllitlll'Illltilllll611111111iluunuuuunUlnt, :: = i tt ;.

beautiful >panisa bonpalawi for cash! ,Balance' 3;jeara. K. It Jeffcott : Good Guides, motor and rowboats ,, IJ .
40 Bus Service to Everglades Daily Except'Sunday Vlv
ale. Enquire. ponajd, .p Foley, Rearry'CaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiTi. : : : ... I
availabde. Moderate rates = '
P. Oj Bldg.. ,gr rpqt ,broker t.L : Estero Bonita Springs, Naples, Marco and Caftambad i ... j
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S ;-.- ..- '., \, :: :| G.. A. "ESTER, Manager .- | ". Leaving 8:30: a. m s Li .;:| '

L r h 'Streets, ( Walks" |'I,:=- '.; Send for)l1ustrated' Folder : *,. :.. ','. .':=- Subject, Change without NotiCe. v ifc': ;

COUGHS 1r .. .. Lee Construction Co. EI 1= P..0.. and.Telegraph Address Fort: Mrers,'.'F lda"1 'w 1iTiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiniiiiiM'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 TAMlAMI TRAIL TOURS Ian I ';': t); .

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tatc'h Us Grow

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When put ice in a 3
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Owners Responsible Real | >
ELQ IDA HOMES -. ", drink or upon any.oyour -
Eat1sND 1875 f T _
adpxSartwiEREF r _* n., i., i : f ,* Estate Agents | foods you want', to' :'g!
I be sure<:o fts. purity.Your" .; ''' 5

IDEAL HOME SITES .. Land.suitable.f orsubdivision,orunu -,- | health demands- -
Highland Park 1= ;
,| vestment != .i L". such: precautions; :' ':\i:1: -
Buudl latCmakes: raltjei. Look at this : ,; : t- o. 'Jl

section.: $1,500,1-3 cash or---your-- own .Acreage of all kinds in_every section_ ot,Lee.:Coun- [ l_- ".. You' will find' ours un ... :.. '.

;r .t ims-- : t : 3Jany tracts sll table l 'for subdivisions.f'{ : '*" !: i f have clients! waiting .Win>z:will-buy .| pif .. usually clean free-from-' "it.g #;
Donald p. Toler.: (-q; P. .0 Bldg. 't ;, : ; : :; : ll- s ?+ ': .. ,
Palm-Lee park us rall'fa4 Interest I r .s "1 ,. iW ,,: .' -f from .10-'acres.",tV. 50OOO-acre..tract.; ;;. ': | >r f\\ :sediment and impurities "it ;4" .
.. fl_ .. Sf'k
'l'ol1'llera _: i ;
ksndrfd '.
ed orer ona of all Jcinds.Our "
people :who" bare pirduued'kone-' .. ;; d'it : ', ..' ,',
r ; FRONT4" t Lee County ...
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8.181C! .WATER : ; ;
IltGa .: ( ; prices are. reasonable : ; ; .

; Home, Hom Slti lct Farts? f "\$ 4';, AY. AND RIVER r I : r. "i i : ::.::5-l;{1 '. ".I. >',5FOfeT 5 Efc* '*. ;' ? service, weight prompt honest'and( and e -,<, ".it : e 4,_

_and Acreage IId.l\ .[
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1 p ose-ins ee Us'before 'choosing. List your property lSS\ TMEN Warts "
jK: J...BELl,. J f t : tY ti
Real, Qctata::.Broker 'i -' = -u
A C l\1P\ ANY r It
I Bettertaown'j u J Uncle Ned > =: ._ ,
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TIlE FORT tERJ rBESs. FORT fYER5I. FLORIDA TnSD'DL\lrmtli.roNfHJtJUiit.: ....:.:

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l'' Tm'-"FORT-.MYERg-' I aniLnot' .materials.' I have noticed that it has: \ =- .--- :. A MIRACLE: WOULD IN'-l\iIGHTY'J: HANDY' )t tr 'I1N t\

L iaea.d always been an easy matter for educational enterprises -
DaJtr .
Suadar) at UIe Prose Bnfldlac. Ill Jacko
: BUNG,Tort klyera., Florida : to secure money for buildings;
r By money in the place where this Foundation pro- Toe'Liv, Twfntj-fwirtJi :
THE FORT MYERRSS PRESS, Incorporated poses to use it is apparently hard to get. The Fort Myers Rotary I

r GEOJW E. HOSXEB, Publisher ui General Manager "It has been my observation, from the outside, 8 club Franklin will Arms meet hotel at the at !: ,

s.dond- that just about the time a young man has finished
1 Colored
,fftarT tar ,-* wan natter lUrch 14, SiS to the research 12:30 o'clock. V
post and is prepared to do valuable .
Florida oMer the Act of llarca 3. college I 3,
fi he is compelled to spend his whole time in teach- BusII *
a weekly newspaper on November Ii lilt and as The regular meeting
a dally on Much 14. mi._. I. ing. Salaries are small; so he is compelled to do I ness and Professional Women's clubI

KEXBZB OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS this in order to live, and often he loses the impulse I will be held in the chamber of com-
'nIe |IAwoMatM Press .U exclusively ratitted to the use for for creative work in his subject, which i merce rooms at eight o'clock. The
ftl rfM Ub1atloa er.drt.e of..all news"'"dlapatchee i i> per aw credited*l as the to local It or news not otherthIa pub-- should be preserved in order to make his teachingof I' rr A t\z/ep: 7Ol : time of meeting has been changed 1
.d bwalawoarnalight_ the utmost value, and also for'the sake of the from 7;30 to 8:00: o'clock In order to
** fpllMlcUo or "P11 dispatches herein are Value of the researches in the carrying on of civili: i I accommodate those who cannot come
BTJBSCEIPTICH! RATES ',' ration :i earlier A full membership is ureu .
1. I*** :.CoHler, Charlotte Oould Lee, Cottier Char- "It has' seemed to me that the educational requested. The Business and tonal
and Hendry Oooatle* lotto and Hendry Counties club takes a :
v One Month ; .M On. Month f .U systems of Europe are' superior to ours in onerespect '
''I'hrM Moaths 1.11 I Three Month 171 erest In promoting publicoveufts -,
eta in that they offer greater opportunitiesto
Months its Six Mouths ISO Matters of vital Import4
'" One Year aN One Year Rip ,>young men to become and remain producth'escholars. club member as well jft j
ante every
"'!'be Weekl7 Fort Myers Prep One Tear -SLOO It is my hope that this Foundation will I will be taken up. 4
the city at large
"J'be.Week17 Fort Vven, Prtsa Six Months as
-VVember do something to provide a similar opportunity KcTe ;

Soatheni newspaper Publishers Association! -j for'.oung men and women, in the United States.I *r-yj-TtfTyi>*?! ecial committee appointed :.U

; Heater Florida Press Association.Xember I hope that the result of this will be to increase, at the last meeting of the city xoni flIng
Florida -Associated DalliesMeaber at least to some degree, the vitality and effect- and planning advocates will meet *":'.
I Sent Florida Press Association. iveness of American education."I t at 1:30: o'clock at the office of the fcB!
r i, earnestly hope that the Foundation may For Myers Realty Board. 19 Leon !JJS t
Tuesday Afternoon, February 24, 1923 be of permanent benefit to those appointed to the building. Several of the county and P

BIBLE THOUGHT FOR TODAY fellowships which it provides, and by means of OH' city commissioners_will be present. 1.Jt,

their study and research, as well as through the
Supply is sure-Trust in the Lord, TwentyfifthFort
Wednesday, ti
I 'tt contacts which they establish, to our entire nation '
and do good; so shalt thou be fed. Myers KIwanIs
e,,_ Delight thyself also in the Lord; and to the world." club will meet at the

and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Franklin Arms hotel at
t Psalm 37: 34. FLORIDA BUILDS ROADS '' 12:00 o'clock. ,:
; .1 THE FOBT HTEBS PRESS PLATFOBXA Will Rogers ought to know. He knows almost ,I The first Lenten Service held In
:y: ,1 i everything worth while, which is one reason H'H'Ii Ii I connection with the Episcopal church i

,. .11 Blotter aid Loan Association.A why he draws packed houses in the New York will be held "Ash Wednesday" morning -
Water Softealnt Plant for Vnnlcfpal Water theatres whenever he appears. His comprehensive at 10 o'clock when there will bea
',.. Sde" knowledge of celebration of the Holy communionat
education includes even a
s 'Water Front Island Park and Audi.teriank heard the Parish house. At this service
: or Municipal Florida highways and he might even have
there will be a corporate communion
Fri ; about Lakeland spending more than a million !
Church Service League"when
: II of "The
:s<, River Front Bonlevard. for automobiles so
i dollars to find parking space llRH all the women of the parish are ,:
'>. Free Bridge to Crescent Beacn. they can be parked on the downtown streets in I expected to be present All others are -Ir
., Deeper River Channel to Provide Entrance for such a manner as to leave room for a few other huh _ I urged to attend. * .;ii; Ocean!Coins Yessels.CfBfletlon cars to pass. As regards Florida's system of I '
s-: of Lee Cent,', System of Bonds.tfstyletlon highways the general belief that they were con- Flower' Decorations on 8 Unit *.i4 f .

:;'.t .. of Tamtam Trail and Fort MyersPalm structed to serve the public and to open up the lliJ I Ten thousand flowering plants and '. u
I' ,'Beach Dlelawl1t' ,. hidden riches of the State to development is, according 1 terns of various kinds are need every j

:. BVantlflcaUon of Highways Incladlns. Planting of to Will Rogers, all wrong. Here is his year for the decoration of the p-blte ,';. .,
\ CeteAint Palms nlong Tamlaml Trail Clear across version of what Florida is building such an enormous MARCO Ariz. then will go to their home in about the country, whereas approx- rooms on one of the big transatUa ; ,, ,'are
;" I Let County and Cfqtlaalng. of Royal Palms along milage of paved highways: '. Washington. imately 5,000 such classes are needed.I liners :
,r.'i McOreger Boulevard to Punta Baita. several : !
"Nineteen hundred and fourteen saw "There are in the United States, '
,/ Ban Bead to East Cast.v changes in this great vehicular movement. The Record crowds are at the Hotel County Prosecuting Attorney Mr Carris said "at least 50,000 children -! their tirely by cost the should municipality.not be"borne en- *, '{

) I Ford Company passed its first 1,000 a day pro Marco now. The largest crowd In Frank C. Morgan was here Tuesday with such seriously defective| Mr. Carris urged the superintendents ':

TODAY IS THE DAY duc on. People thought then My Lord will they the history of that place were there where he had a case In Justice Canf, up vision,,ith that'the they work,are of normally unable to sighted keep )i to acquaint themselves with the -
.,t ever stop turning those things out! They are Friday. Among the late arrivals are: ; splendid work being carried on In vf
Children There Is need for one sight-
An,exhibition was tHrown open to an eager like"Japs, they were multiplying something terri- G. W. Webster -and.F. .A..Deaner of 1Lc Cox savIDclass In ,of 5.0001 the sight-saving classes la Cincinnati ; ;;
publjc'thia( morning, which is one of the outstanding ble. So America woke up and said we got to have Tulsa Oklahoma Fred 'M. Lander- Our efficient Constable :J. school ,children every New group York State, which he said. Is one. of the'very "

:events of South Florida. Its! the annual somewhere to put these things, and somebody milk of Youngstown, Ohio. G. E. has. moved Mr. Cox to has Fort established Myers temporarily. an ez-- Ohio ,Minnesota and Massachusetts i| few cities having enough of; these '.fi
Lee county fair. Lee county's big exhibitis. thought of the idea of building roads to store Galloway and wife of Flint Michigan. cellentv reputation as an officer and have been awakened to the serious-1 classes to take care of all 'Its..childi jl
t characteristic of the communities and territory commenced to make roads why, D. Lavlsohn. wife and children of ren with seriously defective .vision. jL
t them,on, so they : is very highly esteemed by law DHS of this situation and are now I
: It represents' and therefore is as entirely different Uncle Henry would clutter them up with these Cleveland. Ohio: Fred Clinton and abiding ,citizens. A speedy, recovery (providing state funds foe the estab-

t 'from,:the average American county fair as Things.;, It got so it was the entire nation or- wife ot Flint, Mich I' for Mrs.' Cox is hoped that he may lUhmenv, of sight-saving classes inI|I' WANTED, CLEAN 'COTTJJN i.
f tropic\ | i iIee county is different from the aver- ganized against one man. Every state said to "'", again assume his duties ,here. cooperation with the local communities :

age -American county. themselves: "We will build some vacant roads" Capt W. R. Maynard o( Everglade, requiring )them !TJbe- remaining! RAGS AT.ONCE,',PRESS:OF- )
Resources and 'products, associated by the but the minute they got 'em built, why, they sheriff:of Collier*county;-was here in Marion Pettit was taken to a hospital states 4430*should' recogniiJlot onlythe '
\ majority of northerners with far South Sea of there wait- Interest ,of his Satnr Myers after a need for Whicjasse. fbut that'FICE.' : i .1 .
# away f Qund.jthere were thousands people lit Fort Tuesday, : i : i. > t t .n-.tMt i n7 ..
islands, are found at Lee county's show, in the ing'{to"twist a mechanical_ thing's tail and away day and Sunday.'Oficeflda7'"'' stroke ,ot "paralysis.-.' >"; -' '
greatest profusion. Not only are the products it'would'go and fill up their road just as much : : -'a if.4'J' Outburts' of Eve? 1 '
: to the visitor but to home folks asI. before Mrs. Dave Weeks has gone to ett True By Condo IY6S
i an eye oplper; as it had been with Rocks and Trees, they Miss Virginia Mooney of Napleswas ,
well. ':' the greatest attractions and pub.. had built it. He has filled every road that was the guest of ..,Mf, .and. Mrs, Naples-on-the-GuIL ,' 'I'
4 I licity; >netting"features of last year's fair has built. I don't care where you try to hide a road Woods at Caxambas fcr the*week i Barfield and Mr. $ ... -J IY t70d5 1rT ftAK6 'qNM'D11 -
still scale for the find it. end. -* { \ -Mr. and Mrs. M. = R NCO WNAT 00.11.3A1 r
been'rwpea'ted on a larger pres- why, one of Mr. Ford's road fillers will ; / ,i and' Mrs. J. H:>'Doxsee 'made a tripto F a
ent exhibition. It is the presence in tribal dress, why, one of Mr. Ford's road fillers will find it.- Everglades Wednesday. --- AY TNRT 'itnG ; Yoi/g'CRO ..
of 100. Seminole braves with their families. The Mrs. J. M. Barfield and daughters =_ __ 919M r sao 'Yi Id
Seminoles,' among' the" most picturesque of all TEACH CHILDREN TO RESPECT THE LAWI Elsie. Elva. and Ava., Misses Nona Guests and friends at the Hotel -- RtGNT Tf1rrJG
I American Indians are a source of interest to all Mae and Hazel Stevents. Miss Julia Marco enjoyed a marshmallow roast 1=- ,;;?

visitors. A number of Florida fairs make it a have written several times in this column Story, teacher at Caxambas and Wednesday evening. In honor of Mr. 3 ==-=- '*'4;
Miss Caroline Kipp, teacher at Marco
practice ,to have one or two representatives of about the deplorable fact that young men and, attended the Valentine party held at and Mrs. Frank Decker who left for I- 'liON "

the tribe: as an attraction, but the Lee county young women, under twenty-five years of age the Commrnity house at Everglades their home Thursday. Among those -
lair, the Press believes, is the only one to have are committing eighty per cent of the crimes Saturday evening. present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred
4 a a'representative number of the Indians, as a feature that are being tried in our courts in the present Bigelow. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Davidson fix FAQ.- Q
H. A. Davidson jr.. Dr. and Mrs.
i with a daily performance of their tribal day. This is the observation of all trial judges. Walter Helveston' made' a trip to C. A. Allen. Mr and Mrs. Short. Mr.
dances.:;, Just why this is true I have said I am not psy- Fort Myers Sunday. sC. I Lindner. Mr. Young Misses Maude,
That a community, as new as Fort Myers chologist enough to explain. But it is true. I and Edith Rye. Mrs. Gordy 'and
and Lee county should have a fair so complete If parents in Gainesville or parents anywhereelse W. Webster of Tulsa Oklahomawho :Ammon McClellan.SIGHTSAVING. I '0''BuT
and modernly equipped 'as' the exhibition sponsored in the country will question their young sons was here some time ago and II Gov- ot= ca4cH Op cNCC 6QRL4NrZATtoMs : ; .
R here, has always been a source of wonder they will find that they have very little respectfor was called back to his home on business I "Ot1Cfl 3
A to the,majority of tourists.. To the high standards the law. Not that they are criminal minded. has returned here to enjoy the CLASSES i 1 1'VLt. CoGOTN6R \
maintained in all departments of the fair) I do not mean that. But I do mean that the fishing. He is the owner of oil wells : --. wouLoN'r ns )

and) the desire ,of the committee, in charge tot majority o{ boys are disposed to rebel against In Oklahoma. Together' with his = ANY T4I't3 A'r

make It the best possible and thoroughly repre- laws. They are up in arms against policemenand brother-in-law first day's angling F. A.netted Deaner 21 snooks their, ARE NEEDED[ IN PUBUC T (/ '"N&--ctJNTI.. t. .f
sentative of the country it represents, the accomplishments other law officers. They would yell with 8 red fish and three', Jack.J. -= --
: > and service rendered by the Lee glee to see a policeman discomforted. And this, ;: -f.

county fair is responsible.Since in my judgment, explains why boys so easily O. Tomlinson and wife spent sd-lootsSAYS [EXPERT : .z:: : : !.,
its founding a'few years ago as an an- become criminals. It would appear, therefore, Saturday In Fort Myers shopping. i-,.,

nual event the entire fair has constantly improved to be the plain duty of parents to teach their .... = ..:.:- '
\ .,with each new season. children to respect the law It is the plain dutyof Chas, Dozsee of Brooklyn. N. Y. Is -' -
Those who anticipated for this year, a county schools and colleges to teach law, obedience.- here. Prevention ef Blindness Committee .
in and the Says 60,000 Children Held Back _
I exhibit exceeding scope appearance Gainesville Sun.
record breaking fair of last year, will not be dis Col. R. Percy Jones was attendingto By Defective ThIn ''
business bere Tuesday. I OBG-M AGeac Gal' IN A ,
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appointed. The highest spot yet known in Florida, saysa i CINCINNATI Feb. 24.-There is kID RjJ et>Qs.W\s : '
Those in charge have done their work well bulletin of the United States Geological Survey, : need la schools for =
Quite a crowd from Caxambas attended urgent our. public. S550 wHAT Z CAN go -
and have placed before the people of Southwest is Iron Mountain, two miles from Lake Wales. court here Tuesday. 25 times as.many sight-saving classes 'SROA'DIflE I H :: :-
Florida a fair, that is bigger better, more enter Its height is set forth as 324.9 above the sea -epeciat classes for children with ; .... .
taining: and instructive than ever before. Like level. Trail Ridge is; said to be the highest point Mr. and Mrs. J.'H. Dozsee. Mr. and 'seriously defective vision-aa now f'" ""' :1
I, Lee county it,is growing and the,fair of 1925 is within fifty miles of Jacksonville. It extend Mrs. A. K. Gordy Mrs. J. M. Bar- exist, declared Lewis H. Carris, ; :
but a promise of greater fairs during the years twenty-five miles west of the city, and is said field. Harvey Stevens. Miss Julia managing director national committee .:::::
that to and Ammon McClellan attended :for the prevention of blindness in an
are comer to be about 150 feet above the sea level. Buta Story .
Koreshan Unity Industrial and address before a conference of school -
mountain over 300 feet above sea level in '

,! .. A NEW MEMORIAL. FOUNDATION Florida should prove attractive for moving picture Art exhibit at-Estero Thursday' 'I the superintendents United States from held all here sections today under of =- I .' j .

", producers, as well as those looking for a high t.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Becker who the auspices of the national education -
Former United States' Senator and Mrs. Simon spot where the breezes of both the Atlantic and have been spending some time here association. There are at pre- Y.
J Guggenheim (Colorado) have announced the gulf would make life practically perfect in )hot left Thursday for the west coast I I sent, Mr. Carris said approximately; Rr .few

: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, weather.-Times Union. They will spend a while In Phoenix.j I 200 sight-saving classes scattered .. .vI s..w. n '!.'. ;.:_,.
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'- to provide for advanced studyabroad for men

-; :.-I'I and women of mature minds. The .opportunity MOM'N POP t. THE JOB By Taylor I

I is to cover a wide field, including music as well .. ... : ,

; '., i'e the'development? of unusual talent in any oj BV GOU.V HORNBtOWER HERE'S 1THS. THIS CECTMNUM PuY9tl IGt...IMTOr i*fLLRGHT CHIEF SHAKE A
.., -' fine arts, and takes in college professors dur* WOULD 1 HANDS
ing their sabbatical years as well as students, FOR MAUIC MUDNOT. oNty Witt OUR LIKE TO SHAKE HANDS WITH Guy VJHO THOUGHT OP THISCLEVER tf
Tkw foundation Senator Guggenheimer announces SALES BE INCREASED Bur IF OUR f L THE BiRDYJHOYi tOEA AND is a memorial to their son, who died in c CANDIDATES VN THE CONTEST n* WIU. I tA D tT/ J PROMISE TO KEEP T A SECRET
1922, and whose name:it.perpetuates.. The details I GIVE OUR PRODUCT AN 1TO. LET MOU IN OH HOvsl I've 1
C of.the plan have been,\under consideration during t ENVIABLE REPUTWlON \ KEG tww tIC PLANNED TO MAKE f.MA&C I' / .

n, the past three years '(almost) and Senator! t ,scbd -t MUD MORE ;1 ; ,

,. Guggenheimer is satisfied that, with the assistance Na4it P"Y9 t TAMOUS Ev16R ((3EFORE THAN t 1 1 1
of some of the' best minds in the various Rr 1 Et y C 4

fields of art, science and education, he has a plan a

of unusual merit. Writing about it, he says in qNy G
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some 'of' the moat constructive thinkers in the c C cos rQt tr to RP 1I

world, have been'seriously hampered in turning t 0 0
their natural! gifts-to the best advantage by the \9'

lack, adequate financial backing I want to 4 s- ?5 *fcr wf I A
do my part-to meet this need. iffT t ,

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TIIE FORT:.ltt'rrrctree.: FOOT :nTEn FLORIDA Tr.ESD.\\'U T FEBnIURYiMt .; :
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BAPTISTS COLLECT : :- I The eye of truth Is so kuick-sighted 1 1I clever that it makes you wish you Peace is not iielped,by giving. others. '...
Everyday Radio L LI i r."TennVChamp'Presentlns ,I that it ran see through all the mists ||had said it yourself I a piece of your mind .
and fogs of difficulties.
I : I It's about as hard for a man to I The positive means to increase.' .. I
[+ $$58,500,000 IN CASH !U I I I be happy.When : .
L BT l KIMBALL'HOUTON STARK Worry is evidence of an Ill-con-i,keep a diary as for a woman to keepa happiness Is simply to
trolled brain; it is merely a stupid sharp lead pencIl. -
10 the bright side Is out it not,
waste of time in unpleasantness: I
Unal Report 75 Million\ I.JIS well, but reflects the sun .
on CamPaign I Ij i-I 'TIs work that passes the time- only looks '
I Is Issued by General b I, Repartee is any remark that is so':' not watching the clock. shine. :i :-!c.. .

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of Churches Will Assist In ( ; "
Enlisting j .1 i.1't" H
Membership More '\ Jr455' .
Fully-Conferences Planned "
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Total cash collections on the Bap- tacos ntrf coon ttticrnare x I f'I
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Hat 75 Million Campaign which dosed t j w J a't.nwIfi.
filially in December, amounted to
IE8.575.8M. It Is reported by the general V VI

headquarters. This money came YOU USETO BE ASKED: "WHATSTAT1ONS CAN YOU !

from t.717.46i.62 the following; Arkansas states$2419.67262: Alabama.; HEAR?"-NOW IT IS CAN YOU TUNE OUT WXYZT" ''I word

District Of Columbia.. .. 1273.7796. .: Selectivity or the ability of a radio' the maximum point rives a signal otf' .J.
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Florida, 11,009.415.89; Georgia, S5.182.623.24 .- receiver to select one station from medium strength, and detur:ng tlif.. ;
another depends on ,the electrical Still further, about 3 SPLATE 1 i'i''i
degrees ,_
; Illinois. $817,515.81 Ken g-vc de Cervantes
; > 'i MORE than three hundred Miguel! -
tucky. $$6.414,159 constants or tuning characteristics of a weak signaL With a receiver raving years ago,
I$1,43S.$2 ; Louisiana. $1- the receiver (coils and condensers) good selectivity however as :.i said: "An honest man's word is as good as his a
Maryland 729.440 MiaIssippi.
; and also upon the type of antenna B, detuning the dials by 1 degree .
13,076.03590; Missouri. S2.3S.56U4 ,- used and the, location. in which the renders the signal very weak or, inaudible I I bond." Advertisers must be honest men, if they would ,
I < ; New Mexico $703,12480; receiver is installed. > .
For a giveq signal, a general idea Thus,if another station was t b'r-aJ-,' II remain advertisers. Their announcements are signed. ,.j+ 3..
of selectivity can be obtained by observing casting at a wave length vhicn,
the drawings above. would give a dial setting of S't with: I They must tell the truth in their advertising. For their
Here! "resonance" or maximum a receiver having !
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poor selectivity 23
signal is indicated by the heighth of in A, the first station would St.;: bCI '. Helen I' own protection, as well as yours.
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if :I the curve and the selectivity by the i.card, but when using a receiver off I '.youthful woman tennis\ ills champion Amert a's What would it profit a man to advertise "Pure, virgin-
width of
the curve. good selectivity in B. l
as only ;W f also
1 v holder of the
: The drawings represent receptionof desired station would be heard. !aj {title Miss Wills U Olympic all set tennis for a I I I wool suits," only to have ;you discover they were shoddy? ,
> two different receivers: A-the a Neutrodjna receiver, all three dui: : .
[strenuous afternoon
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on the courts I would the from the cotton. And .
I curve of a receiver having poor selectivity must be tuned to the given station, f Recently Miss Wills took You soon separate sheep
and B-the curve of, a if it is desired\lo receive from then! 'and is cp goir
showing rare deal with that And further
receiver having good selectivity. In real selectivity. Tuning only or.e! she rays golf is: skill. lion ever.1 you would never man again. ,
merely a dlversion.'
the receiver of poor selectivity-A- dial does not indicate the l5electi-i:,'! you would tell all your acquaintances what a skinflint
cetuninJ the dials: about. degree off I lof the set

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I BALTIC STATES FIND COMMON GLASS MAKING 1 As a matter of business, if not of personal principle, an !
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GROUND IN ACTING FOR PEACE I must tell the truth in his signed announceadvertiser "

-- BREAKS _All RECORDS! iI'' ments. That's what makes the advertising columns of

HELIXGFORS. Finland. Feb. 24.-I extending our connections diplomatically I this paper such reliable guides to honest merchandise. I /, .

} The conference of representatives of I and economically with a great I The printed announcements are bonds between you and
the Baltic states which closed here' number of states. Thus the trade be- PITTSBURGH. Pa. Feb. 24,-Plate i I
recently was not convened for the! tween Finland and the United States glass manufacturing in the United I t the advertiser. .:'

1H establishment of any entente or alliance increased rapidly during the last few States which broke all records In I I'I Read the advertisements. Read them regularly. To ."
as has been suggested in many I ;years. Finland has been Introduced 1924, Is expected to hang up a new I'I .
II be informed the newest and best in To 4'i.-::
everything. :
on I
European newspapers Dr. Procope, to the American money market and high score in 1925 according to P :
the Finnish minister' of foreign affairs loans to the amount of A. Hughes. Secretary I' .f,'
: $29,000,000 of the Plate save hours of shopping. To make the family purse do a
told the Associated Press today have been absorbed by American .In- Glass Manufacturers of America. 'I
In this connection he pointed out i vestors in a year's time. Production in 1924 was 91,554.474 1./1/ I bigger better.job. To get goods of known quality at the I -.

that a plan for such alliance had I While' declaring that Finland would square feet This was 2,485.033; 1 'I most attractive price.You ;. \
i 1 OR'j.; T. HENDERSON been put forward in 1922, but had never submit to communism. Dr. square feet more than was produced I +I/I/ .
I i
f Secretary Laymen's Movement been rejected by the Finnish parliament. -* Procope declared that his country de- In 1923, and is a continuation of the would not plan a motor trip without first consult- ,

f 1 North Carolina 15,171,04983; Oklahoma and the situation was still un sired especially to maintain peacefuland progress made in the last four years. ing road-maps: and guide books. Is it logical to plan a I
1 t $I1.461.S22; South Carolina changed.Dr. I friendly relations with Soviet The total production in 1921 for In- I I : "
14.752,39042; Tennessee $3,963.011.13: Procope declared, however that Russia. stance was 53,578,682 square feet. II shopping trip without first, consulting the advertisements i
Texas .IJ.720.161.50() ; Virginia, 6,727.r the Baltic states were in complete, Says Mr. Hughes: "The demand for I ? Read the advertisements. Then go to the stores
accord, with to i plate glass l
778.80; Home Board specials, S1S.340 particularly regard BLICRU1IL is good and the outlook I I I
} Foreign, Board specials, $86,103; total measures Intended to secure ''peace. ATTEMPT FAILS for.the next six months is excellent with your mind more than half' made up.
contributed by foreign churches "In' all questions touching on theworld's i tnT Tae Aisoclalrd Frets) It is estimated that the productionfor 'I'i.
directly; to Campaign $350,000. work for peace" he. said "'we'l CHICAGO. Feb. 23.-The second 1925 will be considerably larger i : '
Contributions for the fir agree. 1 attempt within a week to i than in 1924. substantial increase
years ;
represent nearly four times as much We are ready to reduce our military Mrs Helen Stokes of Denver in'connection I will be brought about when the new II I A signed;advertisement is;: in effect, a sealed bond

4 as was:.given, In the preceding fire expenditures but subject to the provisions with the trial of her hUSband.j factories that are Hearing completion between and the advertiser
years to_ missions education and be- that we get sufficient protection W. E. Stokes of New get into operation. i 1 I II you !I
nerolenoes the against any danger that might While there ;1a. every indication]
offerings for the charges of
prerlous conspiracy to defame ,
fire years being $$15,164.345. menace us from the east. I am very, was fustrated yesterday accordingto er that the demand wui increase there III : PATRONIZE FORT MYERS PRESS' i '
'| Campaign Gains Set Forth happy to add that the foreign min- W. C. Dennenberg. investigator for will be plenty of glass, as manufacturers .
isters of Poland, Esthonla and Latvia have made provisions to take :
Other gains of the.Campaign> period Mrs. Stokes. ADVERTISERS
Includethe, organization of 1,990 new during the recent conference, agreed __ care of requirements and to give good / ,
churches with us to submit to compulsory ar service." !1'1 E '.
; baptism of 950,943 con- :'
verts bitration." A house begins with a brick I I. ,
; organization of 2,913 Sunday a r
schools with again of 445.7.81{ pupils; Dr. Procope after pointing outFinland's quarrel with a word. If there Is anythink that keeps the //I II11 II11I ii ,'
Intimate the
relations with
ka increase of i -
$S52.S47.268 in the mind /IJI
valve of local church Scandinavian and Baltic states open to angel's visits, and repels / ,
property and
broneht: about by common racial ties. A good test of a man is the way he the ministry of ill. it is human love. II
contributions to local church objects. 11' ______ --- --==--" '
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F- =(. j IJ, I la addition to Campaign funds of propinquity and cultural Influences,I spends his money. CC. = ,. -- ---m ,..- -. '
: declared that his country continually .
r *110C.8TU8O. gag -
.: +-- 'II In the'special departments of work .widening its sphere of Doing good la the only pleasurethat -

fostered by the Campaign the follow est with regard to other Inter-j never wears out. -1
I "We endeavor to keep on 'r
;t7 fug typical results are noted: 265,000
c persona baptized by state mission i terms with everybody; the minister: A smile may go far even withtout ,
ti workers;, 225,000 converts baptized by i said and we have been fortunate in getting outside the home.
!i i representatives of the Home Mission I I '
> Board; entrance Into 8 new countries
.- and the doubling of forces on the for- I! I
:" elp fields by the Foreign Mission Have You.
;iF Board; putting nearly as much money Bought
_: t Into the denominational schools as _
bad been Invested there In y wMa
all theyears '
4s. fPsY II Ii
F n #
;before the Campaign was I.
launched;, Increasing the number of YOUR lOT IN ..
Baptist,!hospitals In the South from
; U to flied giving $1,000,000 In free .
medical,and surgical service to thedeserving rwP ,jPausxaRe r I
poor; raising the number 0
a of Baptist! orphanages from 17 to BELLE VUE
19 and:-caring for 4,000 homeless boys I ,
and .IrIa,aDd aiding more than 1,000
I aged worn-ent preachers and their Y
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.f i f dependent New ones.Program Projected W1, I II III
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With, the 75 Minion Campaign fin ; Reasons Why You Should
ished. Southern I '
Baptists have now v
entered upon the 1925 Program which
embraces: the rapport of state, home I
and foreign missions, Christian education II I :
,, hospitals, orphanages and BOOlitifurnooklet! ONLY DOWN"'
I ministerial relief on the basis of year $25
17 rather than a five-year's subscription. : .

i r :a minimum. It Is hoped of $15,000.000 to raise this among year q i Has Been Prepared

Southern Baptists for these cause ,

'or the equivalent of the goal for a i. for You '
Ingle year la the former movement.It .
la pointed out that PAYMENTS
only J7H
per cent of the members of Baptist If : ,' .' ;.J .' ?. .' ,
I &F
churches of the South had a definite --

share In the support'of the 75 Million In ,a magnificent setting on the. delightful i : .; sk
Campaign. It is the ideal of the 1925 BUYTake TODAY '
i West Coast of Florida
justjjouthfof,. ;.i.o.
Program to enlist : f':
t every member of t the Hotel Belleview: arid overlooking' ; ;
every church. In giving -
i at his
regn- Clearwater Bay, is situated beautiful
church J
services, to
; jlar ? cause

f I church according treasury to"hte ability, through his .. BELLEAIE; distinction residential and colony charm.of extraordinary An Ii r Large, profit on a Small InvestmentREALTY ; '

; With the hope of more folly enlisting interesting, illustrated booklet telling
; J' the Baptist,men of the South In about Belleair and its remarkable develop '
definite Christian service Dr. J. T."Henderson ment program, has been prepared for you '
i of Knozvflle. secretary 'of and will be mailed upon request. Address. : CROSS CO
J the Laymen's Missionary Movement of : : f

,the Southern Baptist Convention, la ,
j promoting a. series of men's conferences ; I
la the majority of the Southern '. ;
221 First Street '
;.tates'dt rtnc March. In this way It 111":
is hoped.,to bring before the men the I.
needs of all religious enterprises
[ fostered by Southern Baptists and LL1EAIR OR YOUR OWN BROKER =
l having Informed them .then enlist a : 1
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them la adequate support ot aQ theaee&1I.H& ,"JJ. '
Development Company I

If a man; 'would.4 _'.live_ : ;toarlpe. *, 'i -old Y wN: tel J.Be1JevieW; Belleair.::Borida. J.. .i.. ';;; ;'", j ",\,, : >" ?;> """, -, '.1 I !'

age all he has to, do Js to' keep. : .IiII!

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;..WORn IN EACH ISSUE ACCORDING TO Tn& SIZE FOR EACH .. __ hun.__.U u,_..............................,..", .......".......,.....,.....,....,....." ....I......'.......,....,..,...... ., I
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Counting the words include) the words "For Rent." Wanted" -Mrs. F. fL Allen, of Springfield days and say that wherever they I i.I .I .
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I, f. : name and address or box namber Mas. is her, for a visit. have been people are talking Fort "
: 4-pt In.. I
type this,. 1 ctnt a word for each day Myers. They are well pleased with I ADDED AS FAST AS RECEIVED I l

J .8-pt type like this. 2 cents a word for each day. -H. S. Gibbs. of Savannah Ga., Is the City of Palms. lStJ

: 8-Pt type like !hls :3 rents a Mord for each, day. a new arrival in the City of Palms. I Look Over The List And See If You Can Do As Well As These AUTO -
10-pt type like this 4 -Mr. and :Mrs. Richard U Heverle
cents a word for each day. ,.
I Salesladies And Then Get Started Yourself
l entertained at their home
10-pt type like this Moore of Tallahassee.U I on the
5 .Virginia ,
a word for each -{
:.. -. river front in honor of their niece i iI (
MINIMUM here today.J.
No- 1IYertlsement will be Inserted RATE Miss! Rose A. Browne of Philadelphia. 31iss Irene Denham . . .. . Fort Myers\

-i: insertion. for less- than 25 cents for Porter of Saint Louts. Is here I The many guests attending was Miss Loraine Porter . . . . . Fort Myers '

-=-. ;>. '. 'j.. 'it ALTERNATE DAYS _: for a short stay. thoroughly enjoyed, the dancing! 'Miss Hilda Golden . . . . . . Fort Myers We are sure that you

Adyertisemt'nts ordered to< rUB 1-2 cent charged . . . . Myers wI3); ) save both your

1 cent Per per' word word,on In other addition' the, regular. '?,'. B, 6 ****.* and -J.L.iwliiiii.; ; of-Franklin, Pa., strumental music until a late hour. .%Irs. J. F. Tatum . . . . . . Fort Myers\ t uall time and money if
'i : TERMS i U here for an Inrtpflnite stay. KOT.IKIISS) < BSKIVEIITII : : I .Mrs.\ Edna Prince Gooden . . . . Fort Myers\ yon come to us lor ypur.

I Cash in advance 11:1nf: :" I Miss Margaret\ IZonduranl . . . . Fort Myers auto accessories. W e

NoU'eo i.oo. "Card of Thanka" or "Isolations" Inserted for less -Mrs. T. ILpatterton. of Atltanta, OK. OKUVM/VTION: Miss Gladys Williams . . . Fort :Myers stock at :

j than $ Por your own Ga., Is here for a short stay.II. )lis. Verdie Lan rord . . . . . Fort Myers\ carry a complete '

;;. .w-rlttrn.; : 'hIs paper Is not Pr9tecti responsible bring for advertising mistakes In in advertisementsrst correctly type- I A. Gordon of Tuxedo N. Y., (continued from page 1) Miss\ Winifred Parkinson . . . . Fort Myers\ reasonable prices. v.F

;:S I', Ulephoned-in; Is-new arrival in the city. Wallace, Lexington. Ky.. W. W. Miss Inez Webb . . . . . . Fort Myers\ Auto Supply ,

a I Clark. Wayland, N. Y., P. Albright. Mrs.\ J. D. Lvnn . . . . . Fort Myers\ -

_. ::1 -John J.: -ne an. of Woolclair N. Rochester. .V. Y., Chas. W. Williams. Mrs. Dr. J. Johnson :? . . . . Fort Myers\ Store tf:
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: :' FOR SALE FOR* SALE J has arrived In the city. Maryland., Jas. Good Havre de :Miss\ Helen Sams . . . . . Moore\ Haven Eierjthlng: for lie. Car"

I ? Grace :Maryland: It D. Graham. I Miss\ Alice Bailey . ., . . . . La Belle! I Phone 107Highland '
r r..Sal -Rough FOIl : Grand Rapids, Mitlu, Geo. I
J. lumber XALK--IVI .
-w the direct from .\11'0 Ik-Ir-o Plant house In rood and-onrtition. -! -'::Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carter of Beitner. I Mrs..Noram Cochran . . . . Punta Gcrda '
sawmill to Job anywhere pump) South Bend, IntL.'taitors -
In presentwere 'f
1 and 'around ,Fort Myers. See us be- I motor. ,'hellJ.\ A. McKay.Z-23-Gtc.:"Naples I Chicago. are In the city.F. Harry Martin. Minonk. Illinois. I Miss Zella Fennell . . . . . . Tire Id --

fore you buy Whitaker & 0 _, : E. J. Smith. Arcadia. Florida Miss Daisy Albriton . . . . . Tic
; Clifton
I Auto Exchange, l-7tfe.: FOR >AIJ->-Airdal0 pupa Subject to U. Cain is In Cuba on a combined wanian. Ki-// Miss Florence Mclane . . . . Punta Gorda

registration. with A. K. C.-21'2-2J-Stp.CiarrettSt. business-and pleasure trip. I I1frs. I Reports were mad by the "On to I II Miss\ Eloise: Williams . . . . . Punta Gorda ParkA

kl J For Sale l -Restaurant doing splendid i I I. W. Brown, of Northamp I Palm Beach" committee who reported Miss Jennie GucrarJo . . . . Boca Grande
business. Only' reason for selling Is reality (;let lots in this locality -
I F'tIt SALH-Ooing home.VI11 sell attialf extended' twelve members as pledging to your
.. ton. N. It, Is bere for an i go.
owner's desire to leave the city. A ,..... my two bwsm new wagon!( with a possibility of fifteen. I before they go out of sight.
and hamesA.-Io.rt" overlook Ida Visit. I I
' snap. Box 102, care Press.; l-Ctlc. I Enquire Donald D. Foley
Outfit camped nsar coseeLe'rI>. \V. Ora E. Chapin was appointed_) as ,
Ward.-! r--24-Stp.:: r FRUIT COMPANYELECTS 40 P. O. Bldg. tstJ
chairman the Tennis committee.
-1l1ss Lillian Matheson.: of Malden of i I BRITISH RULER ,
BOATS FOR SALE-Half CabIn Cruiser. FOR SALEroom; l.unnaTinc.; : all modern :Mass: is here for an extended i A committee was appointed to confer OFFICERSThe Im
. mahogany finish. so. ft. long. 11 ft. conteniences.. For quick sale andpossession. I I Ii ,
beam, 4 ft. draft. 49 II. P. 191S; 2tith Century furnished. ,\i'|'ly Ills! Michigan stay. with the Palm Beach Rotary
Engine speed It mil>os per hour; ."(Ollue. 2-24-2tp.:: ,club and other residents of 1'alm: i !
; two bunks, fore and aft. Boat now on -- i PRESENTS SWORDTO :. W. II. CKACE -
-- --- Fort Fruit Company
j waya. Built by New York Yacht & F.a- -Mrs. stony. H. Jones of Medford ', Beach. on an effor; to. get action\ in : Myers Grape Physician and .-..--,"-
., glne Company. Inquire of J. C. Oalla- POR'RALK!' by Owner- larse lots corner .. Mass., Is a new arrival in the City ot Palm Beach county on the early completion held Its annual meeting Monday'; Surgeon
ban lioca Grande. Florida. i-12-Jc S 1-2 squares off boulovurd' section Office 15-16 Earnhardt Bids.
and elected the following officers:
of the Fort Myers-Palm .1'
greatest building activity Kail Fort Myers. Palms. ,
U. S. OFFICER House 117 Woodford Ave
FOR SALE-TwoPneumatic four wheel Houv "t rooms unrurnitihitl inside Beach boulevard. The committee I president John R. Galloway WashIngton -
-A ; truck trailrra one two wheel trailer ). Oarage, all fenced o.;? lot fenced : D. C.. vice presidents, Chas. I II Telephone 82-Office 2 rings n ,:
. one new Ford touring ear See J. II.l one lot fenced for chicken run. Tropical -:Mrs.: A. M. Proctor, of Durham. consists of Ora E. Chapin. G. E. I house :2 rings .
- i >avia, Klvldge apartments %.%1-3&c. Iflartli. ideal. for raining chickens i.plendidlnyestmro N. C.. is here for an extended vaca- Hosmer. Al C. Williams Harry II. i H. lioness and O. C. Wilson, of Ash-
( Price $3tltMI. Easy terms.
FOR HA UK Dandy, fine &-roull1 house. line 1"4 care Prt'..... 2-24-tfc. tion.: Johnson, Orris Davison Rich Heverle Taken I'liu-e of One He t'-a\e: Awayto ville. North Carolina secretary -- -
' Lot UlxlaO. New and well built = j George II. Judd. of Washington D.
-: aa 1La -------- --- --- and Bill Creevey. This committee i
} can be done. Kaat Fort Myrra. Small FT>R SALM-ltu.t sell 2 bungalows fur I I Kf><>rur host of L"*t C.. treasurer. A. L. Helmick. of Thomas Highland) Park
payment down-balance like rent. Svmi- I nished. Best location in city. Comeat -Frank Srhmitz and Edwin Shepard -, expects to get busy at once and try I-njtll..h: Shill I I t tfti
: nol Realty. Company. -Inc.. Phone 5Z1. once If you want this rare.bargain!( for of Newark, N. J. have arrived in I to get Palm Beach to -ct -; v;v It on I W. Va.. directors, R. D. Her- sl''u1n
n t 2-17 tfc. Cash. ( Anderson avenue. 2-2-3tp.. bonitos and Frank C. Alderman. i The for better home*. $IS0O.
their of ther :d aBelle '
'>:. FOR SALK-Marmon Chummy Roadster iotS.\ :- 2if.t' ornamental-iron Fort.lIyers,1lri Glade to within\ three: Kn.Clcw: BALTIMORE. Feb. 24.-Just two I Frank C. Alderman was i 1-3 cash or your own terms.
.'i' :4 cheap for cash or will trade for vacant {.,nCt'. complete with, concreate block days after! George Washington's attorney, and ;J. :\1. Whidden reelt'Ct-1 Donald' D. Foley :Realtor
..,.; 0' lot anywhere.. Box.. ZIt rare PrraH.tnttc. base; one douhle and one single gate; and :hire.V.: A. Kennaly ofBrllg't'port. Iston. I birthday I). Francis Tozier eighty- ed The 40( P. O. Illdg.
:: with ornamental -"'-. Also about KMi Conn., have arrived to All the road in Lee and Hcndry as manager. company
O\ feet wooden picket fencing. Apply: Oil- two, a retired officer of the United business as good the past year.
ij FOK SAIH-Store with living room In mer XL, lleitman. 2-24-tf spend the remainder of the sea&on. counties has been provided for, in I States coast guard service receivedthe I I ,
; back. Stock of groceries building and bond issues and is either under
i county
. lot.: all for quick Bale at S1.325. An extraordinary WAJCTRD\ TO RKXT-furr-s''hed hon. -- crowning glory! of his eventful j I ('.\ %um"'TIs: IN ROOSTER( : ,
.bargain. fUuLba-tloyd Keal or apartment. 11. L. Beville. Box 532. -Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Mesenheimer! construction or very soon will I !
,;, ty CompanY' 11:* Lee etreet oposite Fort styeraFOR 2-24-21D. life.The CAMPAIGN ABE IIITTIVCMKIIIE A. U White MAURICE AYRERS t
ot Charlotte N. C. have arrived in be. '
James C. ,
'f.;: Franklin Arm.. 2-lS-tfo. honor was bestowed In the I : ; ROOM KOK( MORE PinneyLEE
SALK:=-Three fine' OtBin Alta- Fort COUNTY: ENGINEERING CO.
Myers. ,
I form of sword the gift of tbe late
t FOrt SALE Lot 081:13: :;, heart of Eaet mont Park. Seminole llealty Company, I.IVE.OAK) I.\WHit HEM a Civil and Structural Engineer I
r" i: Fort Mye,... 52.500.00.< one-half (' Inc. Phone Sit. 2-24-tfc, 1 King Edward VII.. to replace a sword I (continued from page 1)
Consulting Engineers Dratnac. :
Set to orauKva. and. erapcfruit. -F. S. :Monahon: and Lewis II. "' I on
8.lh.1 Tozier sacrificed in aiding Great Britain Bridges and Structural Work
four years old. This ia hard to < F01: S u-\n.: ; have the4astcuieliision arrived : \111' Tbr Aiwrlatrd: Press> IgcTiption only averages 8,000 votes. I
.; cate. Stubl. -Boyd Realty (' around Fort Myers at a I."in..nlli..041 "Wolfe of Augusta, Ky.. have L1VJ? OAK Feb. 21.-P. R Harnell. 23 years ago. i I :Most any one with an eye for busi- Fort Myers. Florida.lllllillllllllimilllllllllllllllimilllllllllliH.
11:] Lee Franklin It .... of 28 I
> Btret-t opposite Arms. acres on MttimgotBoo in the city. Ir.
2-lJt-tfc. levard. SemInole RealLy: Company young )Jawer of Mayo( I in lieinj; held Tozier who Is spending his declining -I ness will get the votes in at the first .

,J M'rlUtT'i Inc. I'hone 521. < 2-24-tfc. I in the Suawnee ounty jail 'it was years In the United States In order to cinch the extra votes. J
Tnt BEST: SliT: O.V UltST. ; : -.1. II. Ma pea. of Eekmort. Ala. i I
; ." 4X f*t. almost op|>o8iie the proioned I learned today, in connection with the' Marine hospital here is awaiting the Come on in candidates and join the !
t new big; lleitman lluikline.: This U priced FOR RENT has come to Fort Myers for. a short I death of Miss Ina' Felton, .awaiting honor with all the happy anticipation forces and show your speed. You |"Build With nrick"J. j jI
; right and can be on reasonable stay. .
-. t lerma. See 11,. A.h:1 French* Room; 7,"i ii f ROOM{ ANSI S4OAIP-For rouple or two "'- ....: I I the action -of the grand Jury of La- of a child before Christmas.] may be a salesman and not know it. It; .

: : < Arcade. Z. it/. C -,ollnll n..... Inquire Mr VaughnPTeu -- fayettecuuntj..nextJune. Once before King Edward presented Call in person or by phone to the
/ Offlv*. 2J42tp.FOR -:Miss Locabelle Umb, of'Arradia, him with a sword but the United I C. McDonald\ 1 ". .
< HOUSES:, KOK MALI: __ :___ Press office! and get information: and
;k ,0 Five house nicely situated. 'Term spent the. week-end here the guest i States does not allow its officials to E }t '
I 'KENT-Very nice rooms, by German President I get to work. Central
BIrfclaver S
-'t.-t.; liO.OO; and Interest of her aister Miss Grace Lamb.D. from foreign
5. ;% monthly. A discount of 10 per rent for week or month. 215 Lee St. 1-lGtfc : j accept presents gov- = ..adContrador E t-t
t. __-t additional cash,.t time of purchase. I ; \ 'i I UndergoesOperation I jernments except by act ot-congress, tA :; ,
t _;. Raymond Inc, ,- L.: L Smith, of Arcadia Is in = =
nntll last May that !i ] T
WANTED it not
and was
: ;j Punta Gorda Fla. I-lS-Ctp; ; ,I fort Myers on business and will be 1|! (By ''The A oflati>d' Press) congress acted In behalf of the oc SOLITARYI'OXVICTS LOOSE L.iROK :: Brick and Tile Bungalows =

;;. FOR :NALCj .One Upright (iraud I VANTEli-WaIteri or Wa1tesea at he're for several days.. I BERLIN. Feb. 24-President Ebert,I togenarian. Recently Tozier receiveda E a Specialty =

_i-i._ .e Piano. Apply toMiss Virginia I IJlooOt'f. PoineetUa! Cafe Immediately: .21Ito.VANT1tb2 II LufldeTt., an. '9p.ration for appendicitis letter, embelished with the great fConunned from pare !> -
#; :Naples!; 'la. S-W-tfe' I \ -0.V.. Randolph, of Toledo 0., Why not build .S
maids. one for dining room I early this morning in the seal of the British empire and signed tary cell totalled 2951. In February

sj'- -. about: and one- forhouse. itS Ande..n Ave. who is spending the winter here. West.sanitarium. where he was rushed by Captain F. L. Tittenham. naval at- the total was 2.517, March 785, April lIst S37 .
Foil SA..8 riverfront. If-tc. Fort
! i acres Myers -t.IhlIl1liliiiliiiiiIiiiiIiiliIiLliiilllilililllIIi
, ':' UU0; feet on river. Clues in. tlusyternu. went to Moore Haven today for a two late last 'night'I I tache of the British embassy ati 1,307, May 1.508 June 2,59f. July 2.C34. ,- :

::' ... I Seminole Realty, Co.. .,. Inf.- 'i-tfe, 'WANTED wanta to-review Professional books for book club reviewer Price days stay. ", At. ten o'clock the surgeons stated I i Washington advising him that on August 2,670, September 1,463, ITI: I ?

,-. .atIDrtI\bte.'WUI ftt out of town. Box 107 the operation' required an hour, but Feb. 24 Sir Esme Howard British October 938 November 745 and December -
} ; t .. FOR SALK-Threw lots- 'near Kdison'sWinter -';: Otnee. __ It-It O., -Mr. and Mrs. A! S. Jones! of was successful and the president's ambassador to the United States 87S minutes. '

...,:.-; l, 1 J6.OOo.eo cash-borne,Also priced:; want for.Tntrado quick. sale two-: -WAiTHI--Re&1" gooa common labor. Owensburg. rfy. are .now residing In condition .was considered satisfac would call upon him at the hospital I

1 1ilIe, Fla. loP' Ford Esre. 3ie.. who. are ambitious and- want to Fort like Hoffman
; city Iota In L Myers and their new home tory'j sword. Bros.
work., Apply ready for work at Ever- present
o/ f dan-1924! model Write t\ Watts Hall. :'AYY MADE TO FIGHT
!; .{ .' C siiacs.: ". Florida. 2-20-l{tp. I'lades' Collier county, Florida.WANTKn \V. UZ4t'fe. very much. i When asked how he happened to
i '. ;: >' : Brown. tOUJSIOX KILLS THREE sacrifice a sword for Great Britain, .- I Contractor* and BaDdert
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'{ .5 : FOR 2ft-SALK foot-gaa IntcreBt bout.In Julia the newly at Williams'Boat painted -:Man and small family or -Mrs, S. C. Bass Mrs,. Leona Bal-I I I Tozier explained: WASHINGTON.By Tk. A oclale4 Feb. 24.Press The) American ..1209:() Euclid Age .j

Ways, J. B. Fy 2-21-tp. wife only preferred'to care< for grove. lard and Mrs. R. V. Lee and daughterwere I By Tk. Mwlatm Press) "In 1902 I commanded the old ship :Fvrt Jfvers, Florida '10
; t ; ':Must know how to drive car and do general NEW YORK Feb. 24.-The Penn navy, like every other navyis ;:
". '; FOR 8A Acreage in any size lot repair work J.: IL l>avia, Klvideeajiartmenla : at Bowling Green Sunday the Grant. and we were assigned to look organized to fight. Secre-
;'- .:.. '1 1 .: from 16 acres to lA.ftufl/ meres. Sf# me C Z.3-3tc. guests of freinds.Mr. sylvania railroad ti&uesd a statement for his majesty's man o' war Condor, .
at once. R. J. Bell : Ned" R. U. ,today saying'that three man hed been tary Wilbur said today, in an address ,
fi, : No. Box US O'V; 2-21-7tc. \V A..TEDI.II. built 'furnishedbungalow. which had disappeared. We found '
I. Myers.
I before the .women's council x>t. defense -
'.... ,:. : Would take Icaiic or assign- .and.. Mrs. William G. Masters killed! In a' collisionof( 'passenger
;'. :; T FOR SALH-Used roE topdesk.! Al C. ascot-.>t. Jonas uutll.: April first. Phone trains at Manhattan-.transfer in Jersey one of her empty boats beached on en as peace insurance. CA
; : : have returned from a week's .stay at ; i Dodd Co.
Sill! ring. 2. old Indian chiefs reservation onVancouver
Williams, Uround Floor, Pythian : f.U-7tp. "We could no doubt and would
7'-: Bldg. 2-21-ttc. Tarpon Inn, llseppa, where they 'enjoyed .city. ;;. ,; with'the
:;: j men I island. I dickered scrap It I if assured that there wouldbe All kinds of roofs applied repaired -
, MISCELLANEOUSNAPLES\ staH The dead were the engineerand
:, FOR SALK-fi Burner, wood frtove. excellent :- their. ( chief for the boat, and he demanded no more wars," the secretary said. and painted. .We do Jt I
. .two carinspectors.Fidelity
nsodat ... 2M Koyal Palm a".. I $50 and my sword. I tried to right .

.. 221fitc. : ; LOTS-A few loU unsold In -Born to Mr. and Mrs. James H.( 'I persuade him ,away from the sword !, 218 Lee St. Phone 404

..- FOR SALK -.. Automobile Studebaker Naples will sell for cash terms or Cox an 8- b-,Jjoyiat, Jlhe Royal Palm I I U seven-tenths of business part of the bargain; but one can't j I Mecca\ GardensFree
t F "- Special Six, good condition. Cheap.Bargaina will exchange for Income property In Sanitarium this morning Mother I sss. 4:
(' for QuIck Sale. Apply! McNutt.Ft. .. : I] argue with an Indian and finally I water from flowing wells
; '" ; >lyerfc' Bank.- '. :-:3$tpi Fort Myers. John F. Bartleson at and babe are doing fine gave in. parka and playgrounds for children.

: Fort Myers! Wholesale Grocery Com I! You are never beaten If you never "The old sword was a good one, Restrictions insuring a home com-
by owner In.Share. .
i ..pany.>,. 12-22 ttcDATtGAL"i ";Mrs. Walter A. Kaler; daughter, I give : but I'll bet the king's new one will be muiflty. Lots 1375.00. up quarter !
- : ; Two newly ronstructed a..U4I"cw., G. A. LONGBRAKE M. D.:
: Lorena, and son, Joseph Walter, were ,
better the ancient mariner cash balance 3 K. Jeff-
' seventeen. roomn. u) three 4 balh.1- S ONLY-are the class ofgoods I con years. U.
s.; : ern ...uipm<'nt. Plaster finish and car wo. deal in. We own and have called to Punta Gorda today by the I. your Joys, and you'll enjoy eluded. cott Realty Co. Temporary officeat
!-, '. Karace. Will ecU at for Bale a" frw real bargaiaa In near in serious illness of Mrs. Kaler's father, them more. iuWs.
.:. '' 'sacrifice this 'wek subdivision and out of town tracts. If residence 897 2nd. St.
-.4 ; ,
:.i ,, .. .jj you have for sale anything that Is at- ;J. ;J. Haslett. ,
, 4 Or Vftll/iMiyclft. per rent Interest! on tmctlvo we. have the cash buyers waiting Hours: 11.12-2-4 ,
"7 n,001I.11II for It months necured l>y aLoes for It. Davis the bargain hunter, rJ
: property value at |13.iH O>. AtMnas Klvidge aparunenta. ''l-H-lfc. -Senator A. L. Helmick. of Thomas -.C-

j ; Box 4lI1ttly., 'I. -, Z-5-31P. West Virginia who has been
.. ____.__ STEEL: : HAKliKS: -j
; 1. FOR SAUEA saap-Nine room dw..lI.'I Steel\ barges built and delivered at a visiting Fort Myers for some! time!, -
-, and four' room apartment four cost beLow wood barges. After ,icon-
ine. : left for his home this morning. Mel I I
'. arageo.-:.._,.thln<; new,' *..58 bY tetruetlng forty seven steel barge we = William J. Wood I ;
t. \ ISO- well. located S&BOO. Party mum Hell i have produced economlea In demgn seedI will stop at Tampa, Saint Petersburg I, I-
at once. llama the bargain hunter. 1 construction which makes It possiblei4i and Jacksonville on the home .. ue-
..... way : :
I : KlvMse ipartm iitB.. 1-23-ate no td nwr t li barges at attl'aDo'' I. AttorneyatLaw !
i live pr\f't>S. Steel barg't' with hundred ward. I :
I .! ". FOR SALt-Oak dining room art; I ton carrying capacity $<,5111I.011'Ire( us '
:,. -Laundry ette washing machine. Simplex i for dfsiKU and prices. PKNSALASIUPBUIUD1XO I The New Dodge car:: Realty Bonding First and Deal
ciroi jng machine. :HH Eiizaheth ft' COMPANY. FEXSACHJUA. -Simon Rosin, B. F. Welles and:
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I 2-23-Ctp.-- Cot Leitner. of Arcadia were In I' .

: Fort Myers Monday. Mr. Rosin Is one

I : Old Home Town By Stanley of the .partners in the Boston Store '
Booth of the
1 here and has three other! Boston Will be on Exhibition at the

I : Stores. lie has other Interests in .1.
I I 1 1 tiLL) l l '. Fort Myers.Mr. '. I :

I fJT 1 aT IT- U 'A'I Lee County Motor Repair Co.
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I .J Jns.1 -. and Mrs. J. Good of Havre I IAT. II I GRADY FITS GLASSES

( de Grace, MA. have ajrived in Fort PaUo > Leo ,

i Myers to visit ;Joseph and Emmanuel --, r '

Stern and their /sisters for a short TIlE .LEE COUNTY FAIR' ; .i.'
i time. Mr. and Mrs. Good have been .
:.; {k.t. < .'J .,. .. : ; : Bordering the Caloosahatchee .
staying Saint for. few I
Petersburg a *be 4:
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-:' i tmsrtI :: r' -:. Tomorrow : I River. All Water front privileges
-' reserved for lot owners.
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c ". .ngTg- Me.t -uiisni3Toisq9Tgso'in v seen j beaitlfal Park hamesite, has. eight kindred. 0PndsiLee I Examine; it and see what a ;wonderfully good. car the Royal Palm Park Fort Myers 5.;.

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k' 1 park I I. a one bandred and -- *
eighty acre films grove tuned Into ,
j 5-: I .Jewelers A 0a -
beautiful homesltes. 2-10-tfc
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I Optometrist and life. Optician
EAST FORT MYERS-property will double -
The New BUICK exhibition tomorrow at the Lee
: In value a* Boon mm the ImprovemeotO on : Eyes tested Glasses fitted
now contemplated are In. We 229 First St. Fort Myers Fla.
4 ii. have fine building Iota where the heartof
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activity ia now. 1500:; a lot. Easy .
terms. Also two S room sew houses County Motor\ Repair Co. Garage, 'Anderson Ave. .
very cheap. Seminole Realty Co.. Int. .

1-lS-tfc. The Raymond WaysBOATBUILDING -.-

H 8.000.0119 Company wants man to sell ,'_ Watkins Home Necessities In Fort
Myers More than IS* used daily. Income
$35-154 weekly. Experience nnneemary. -
Write Dept. H-C. The 3. R. Give QoJek Service
Watkins Company 42-79 "'-. Iowa Ave, Zulu I
"J'e'' RJJMOIt rritralQOi ler COW Memphis Tenn. > 2-Zl-3tpt ,, : .. Supplies Larye 8Uek
-- 'm 'WELL.o.oNN..MIL.I.Jf\IESt.\ "Is c.pEcTw;?; saar ? .- :_ ; _, >i ;;::., 1 i1( : ':-A.: : ';-:1.4J,, Gear Catting and Xaealao
LIST your property with us if you want a
C -A4W. "TlMME FROM 'fl4 CITY IASJ Works SpecUItf : ?
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All BUT ONE lETTER WideJabot Palm Beach county if 'reeommentia-;; \ I, "N6\VH j He's Like Ne'DQg! World Howlers May i lag the bowlers here.

I. i lions of the grand jury just SUbmit-I I in. Florida i .
8 A Feature 1 1r ted to Judge C. E. Ii Convene, : ...!-.!:.. .... ----- ---
circuit .court were carried '
r -MAN BACK AT II. OFF.GAINSEVILLE. F'I I .:.. Jury rePorted that it considered the|I ff'v Ii i SAINT PETERSBURO take charge commit of the
; slot tee appointed to
: ._ general use of punch boards ';: k/ rtitIc"w I to 3t ,
.: ", .,;d machines and other games of chance i matter will meet at an early date I ;:
Feb 24. I and urged decide upon steps to take In bringing
-With the : ; a menace to the call for baseball candidates soon to I ',' :S that all officers bring pressure to I the world's bowlers to Saint Petersburg
t be Bounded the 1925 baseball season t. < ,'. 'j i iG itl bear to remedy the situation, and if ( for an international bowlingtournam..nt
4 at the University of Florida Is get-I ( .! !necessary ask the legislature to enact during the winter !season
ting under way. with) all the letter Isuch laws as would make operation of 1026.Invitations.
tnt men of last year back with the exception 'jot such devices illegal. 1e i iI I have been sent to bowl- 111 .
of one outfielder Owen W. i ____ I II tf' I Ing clubs throughout the United
PaMei rutman. Practically all of the men I SAXFORD-County Engineer Fred ii States and Great Britain to hold the C. ae' i I

of-the Freshman team who received j' ''j'F' I|T Williams has been! instructed by i proposed tournament here, and steps
their numeral last season. are anxious 'I [the county commissioners to make a I will be taken to back up the invitation _,i'tf
to Id In action and a strong !I atwy f|prelminary| survey as quickly as pos by bringing to the attention of

aggregation i.. expected to be select ; aE sible for 'a system}of hardU.Burfaccdrotul i -- r tf ,
ed from this vast amount of material :. {'for Seminole),j* tpuhty.f IB' the rd fairt r
,: I
Lamar Sarra Is considered as a meantime George; IJeCottes.county + i
EnF -
certainty the bulk of the catching v's 1It.tlritey. will draw up -- dll''for-
this season and will hare young .Bus- t bend election to p1rovide4funds; In the I not only hurt but the skin usually be- '! ft. &L1! t tr .
bee-to .help him out In a pinch. Big; amount of $1,750,000''tof finance. the comes black and blue. ,

Ti '?'ed" Porter, "Tiny" Chaplin and j work. The propose ''bantt i issuer probably -,. .. I LICARBO takes out the pain, reduces sgsaesiMkes r
tilted llyman Katz should make a trio of j I tt. ;p will be submitted to the people ) % 38 tIt ,, ., the swelling and removes tho 1
sterling hurlers. Captain Logan 181 i) i I early In the spring. Plans contem' ; -. I disfiguring few black and blue marks. In even the hard water
\ a hours the actual
spot can
$ ,going to play first base this year j I t '.' plate a building program; that will I @ I II scarcely be found and overnight it ia of this city seem soft. ft : .
>4 "Geechy" Laird wiU be back at sec I .jf extend ,over three years.UTAhltTwo looked like "Sport" was headed for the eternal boneud gone. The severest bruise yields lat:.era instantly. Try It. C
trodUfa ond. 'The positions of shortstop and .j1 I I utomoUJe broke his hind legs and they were ng o the after I readily to its map power. Ask your '
tblrd baae will be fought out between I :-1 million dollars are!: But Dr. C. A. DPadman, a Madison (Wi&) veterlnarla de th1e gromotile uu. I It. druggist for LICARBO. : '
several of the numeral men at the needed for improvements on present I out of acme acrap Iron h. found in the Junk Yd, few g.....t BETTER THAN IODINE ;
.L.i gamble with nla neighbor bounds ..
I Iaad -.S. and and enjoy hlmaelf.f '
"JimmyVaughan ,
not Rat team of 1924. j buildings new school sites equipment I -- -- -- -
112Jtu "Dick" Porter will' bolo down *I -y--: in Dade county it Is shown bya t. i i 1 1j
their regular positions In outfield I survey made under direction of I I'I !
II there being only the centerfield pos- ,'I Charles M. Fisher county superlntUndcnt -
t te
Ilion ta be fllk-U. This position should of public instruction. Tb,01.'II-1 I N@m1rrnI I :
: I IM easily filled by some of the out : e k 111 i "'r will\ i be taken uji with '
) fielders I of last year's freshman team. during the next few weeks it Is i
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All of the schedule has not yet j stated. The enrollment in the schoolsof
been definitely arranged but a tC'D-1 Tim very wide jabot Rives dintinc- the county now total I3,O0. Mr. I 'amouslyers WV? : t
le thin titn** frock uf am- I
day trip through. Georgia already : t It's yellow jrweUone. relieved I. Fisher states. I VV lE0 tJ; il ;
assured. A !:I-Cllme: series is to be iKL
with crepe tie chine. This la tee
played with )Mercer two games; : ta type art tatforrd frock faohion tarns TITtSVI LLE -A bond election for I II
Valdosta, two In Macon and two Iniuinbrldge. I this Fitting-near and slmpie| l it j $500,000 has teen called by city coun- of observation,' :.
) .t Tentative dates have sits more grace *inl iniag'inaium{ | ell for March lo-when the freeholderswill l rl.rough.all.steel? equipment ..:>.. Il
been arranged but It ia known that :I than the very e\rie ueIcls <.f tuo ', ;>ass on. lbg issuance of that compartment, drawing roonvsectioh(sleepirig? ,. a.r<
theM games will be played between winter'ROUND amount nt bonds for public improve- I club, and dining cars Coaches \>n all trains < .
April 15-25. Two games with Camp j meat Projwfs; covered in the or- z. t : ; ,
exceptDIXIE FLYERa : ;
B nnng will .be played at Columbus. !: tliuanos calling thee election are: Foiextension RID'J S .
G.a., on the same trip. i -of the waterworks system :;: ; ;

Games with Southern and Rollla I .. FLORIDA. 'I C2.000city's;; 'share! ,rot sewerage I I use z J I'
are now being arranged. Also a three I tBy "Asseelatel. "reaa! system' $150.WXJ; city's share' for '
game series' with Auburn is. being! ,I IDecoUtated widening and pavingy'jrtreetii; $150.- DbdeLimitdLv.
but no definite dates I I GAINESVILLE.: k Is ta begin I goo; $l%! .ootti'or Ktorm'iaewers', and i ,'
have as yet been settled. ![ within! a short time'bn Gainesville'sntreet : ''several vmhtlep. iivm! '> r S I Ie
A two aeries between the Improvement which 4a Dixie DixieLimited
game program '
L I T Root ;
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University and North Georgia Aggies for expenditure of! The comparison fire holds Flyer
.. halls 4 Ft. Myers E.T. 8:45: AM 4:00 PM Js.C.LI !!
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will be played In Gainesville on May funds for which were. provided good one respect that the fiercer Lv. Jack'n)rle E.T. 9:45: PM 830: AM
4 and *.* j Iin a bond election sometime ago. City s II I It burns the sooner it Is extinguished.A II Ar. Albany ..E.T. 3:15 AM 2:00 PM .
< Manager George H. Cairn announces I s Ar.: Macon ..:.C.T.: 5:45 AM 4:05 PM C.fGa.
-'The traln'nlt)' of Kansas basketbalL that he expects to get the work *tart..i fool can observe a thing correctly Ij Ar. Atlanta .C.T. 8:35: AM 7:00 PM m -
team champions of the Missouri. ed within the next sixty 'days.- Approximately : -for example the 1\'eather-but it j s Ar. Chat'n'ga.C.T. 12:51 PM 10:55 PM N.C.ASt.L.Nash'vle e
Valley: Vnferenee. have lost only two ten miles .wilt be added I takes a man of sense to draw a T Ar. .C.T 5:25 PM 3:13 AM.AM1JS LAN.I .
Ar. Evans'vl .C.T. 10:40 PM 8:05: .
Conference games during the past to the eity's fifteen miles of paved I rotrect inference from what he sees. 1 Ar. St. Louis .C.T. 7:40 AM PM ** .
three achs; one to the University streets'under the program and forty-! s. Ar. Chicago ..C.T. 7:45 AM 4:10 PM C.4E.I.:
i-f Oklahoma a and the other to the two different streets aro Included In i Teach your children that home Is a L .
iTnlversity: of Missouri. the: projects. place where everything should be L -
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: I -- pleasant and you will have taught
Mmat Hrrrfot. r Jhe rirife t>tJheFrench WET PALM EACH-Alt games/: of them one of the most valuable lessons TheSeminok
r premier, has gUen up ii'large' ; chance would be made illegal in in life. g .
II lsart'ofl hen life tq hStanthropii: ;work -- -
and to-tit-\ .lh.h. PIO""t, of the cause: L The Seminole The.RouteD
S T Floridan
"J .of women*. .-*. She FLORS HElM SHOE L.. Ft.: M lm ET 4:00: PM 8:45: AM AZ-L.. ._ :
"-- E.T. 9:00AM 10:00PU .
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1 PUZZLE ANSWER8H8 I IrEIM ; I B Ar. Albany.E.T 2:30 PM 3:45: AM I ti
:." Ar. Col. bus .C.T. 4:40'PM: 5:55 AM C. fGa. .
4 D. LAGOON $ t tQ.LOI %44- A' Ar. Brm'g'hm.C.T. 10:00: PM 11:50 AJ.t hY
( ERA ArSt..Lowa '.C.T12JS.PM 1:30: AM I. .R.R.. '. __
<:; ER. ALONG. P t '(DUE; good looks of the C i Ar. Chicago ..C.T. 4'S0'PM: 1:45 AM "'
YouR-stcnograpllcr -
SEE.LAGGARD.EEL Florshcim Shoe is more \ .

I N. :SOT. E. MAP. 'It f than a surface finish-it H "Southland .
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NEAR: .! EASED: : DEER endures: -;it is the out the keys of Royal .0 .
over a
.i t ), POD. T .[8. aDD. i' ward expression of the I M Lv.Lv..Port: Jacksonville Myers ::.a..E.T:.:: :B.?,, :;g : AZ.L.EAr. .

)IF .5EPAL.LASS t N genuine quality within.HEITiMAN Typewriter. Its easy run. I Albany ....."........E.T. 1:45: AM .
LARIATS 1 RAMENTAIS J Ar. Macon .....-.C.T." 4:05-AM: J C.ofOa.
I SIR I L. TAR AT I If 'i The HENLEY :4ningsmoothnessinvitcshcr '.. i Ar. Atlanta .............C.T 7OO'At.I'. f
PEG <.JEC.LIE. sI .e __ : : Ar. Knoxville ..........C.T. 12:40 PM LdI1. .'.
i .r PLUS N LW[ : R- SID $10 D Ar. Louisville ..........C.T. 9:15 PM" .
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I, ". E.LII GE- MAL AR. N i x Best ,work Ar. Cincinnati ..........C.T. 9:20: PJ.t. 3
iRIPP t EDS AN'" O Ar. Indianapolis ........C.T. 6:45 AM P.R.R.. -'-
I N. Ar. Columbus 0..E.T. MIO 'AM .. ,
i! Ar. Grand Rapids ......C.T.. 1:45 PM
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-Gained; 60 Pounds er.' .
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H Dixie
HOBO. KIDNEY < ,\BLADDER l\ .r." Express

I| K. -R. ."Hardy -of Marshall Texas, : : 'il : Lv. Jacksonville .......E.T. 8 JO PM A.CL. I

.rltf'SII had a bad ease of nrl< {ptoease and was told that I would. I "ln4e Mark Y t Ar. Atlanta .. ........C.T. 7:50 AM t ,'
never IM able to work. I loot flesh I
till 1 tonly' :weighed 140 pounds; my : H1 TYPEWRITER .e-a.t. 1-C.M-Far i..wM..a C. T.-7....-....,M.Ti.. ..
blood, that I.had y r. .
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to be careful I of my exercise. L Ll I Tr'.....ittpit. cvr_ .aiNM.I.IfMf}:' ? .
-J. took 'Hobo Kidney t: Bladder .
Remedy and I- think I .am entirely l .. "F. :'S" 1A'IE.! : TI'A.

i quad running; the' a''locomotive doctors say I engine am every I am PARKER'S BOOK & MUSIC :STORE fort."> Myers. Florida' ; Phone 512 I I

'..y and weigh.198 pounds. I feel I for
I the suffering of others and if does I : Complete Qfficc Oulfillersi'! Atlantic Coast Line: :

lie good to Inform others of the 1 210 First St. .
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faith r have In,.Hobo Kidney Biad- '" j' J

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