The Daily Independent (Murphysboro, Ill)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1926 Hunts Spanish Gold FAYETTEV1LLE, ARK.— It may be a myth about the buried treasure thai, is supposed to have been left in what is now Franklin County, Ark,, by Spaniards more than a hundred years ago. But Dr. L. 0. Hill spent §100,000, his life savings, in search for it, and now that he i.s dead, his two sons are carrying on the quest:. , Vnder i.he guidance of an Sjianied, certain hieroglyphics ami markers were found, but the old Spanierd died and the map he was following was never found. A mining mining company now is being organized organized for extensive, excavations. Florida will hnve ihe first ocenn- »'oinA' ooulevard in ihe world*when (he inO-mile highway between Key West and the mainland is complex j ed.