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THE EVENING TELEGRAM LAKELAND, FLA.. DEC. 16, 1911.
PAGE TEN Mayes Grocery Company Wholesale Grocers HAY : GRAIN : AND : FEED We sell all kinds of CrMe Alateral and Ship ping Hampers. A few cars of Shingles at COST to close. IDEAL FERTILIZERS Always on Hand. We Solicit Orders From Nearby Merchants MAYES GROCERY COMPANY Lakeland. Florida 5cr. aurki imm'ittffla'Tr.'"Bwattr.jr:3 ii u . . . m jjusi rceceiveu A Complete Line of LADIES' I6-BUTT0N KID GLOVES Also 24 Pairs Ladies HIGH BUTTON VELVET SHOES These and many other Novelties at the Store of J.W.OHIL S Our Line of Christmas Delicacies is Complete, such as Currants Prunes Seeded Raisins L L Raisins Dates Citron Spices of all Kinds Fruit Cakes Fancy Crackers Nuts Fruits Etc. We are Headquarters for Fancy Candies and Chocolates Pillans & Co HOTEL ARRIVALS. Matanzai. It. E. Peeler; Tampa; Mrs. D. L. Skipper. Zolfo; ('. II. Jones, Dublin. Ga. Tremont. j .1. F. (lore, Cincinnati; J. W . j liarncs. Savannah; V. il. Vaughn, j Mulberry; T. A. Coode, Bartow; Mrs. HukIi Orr, Manchester, Ga .; ! Mis. (J. E. Walker. Bartow; Mrs. O. j I.. Waters, Macon, Ga.; Mrs. Kolit. j Kvatierbs. liartaw; C. I. Cralib. j .ii!Usoii ille; J. .1. ISrewer, Florence,' Ala.; S. .1. lirooks. Richmond, Va.; ; Guyton Fisher, .1. M. McDonald, j K. K. Farmer. Fitzgerald. Ga.; K. .1 Freeman. St. Petersburg; D. i:. Rrecman. Tampa; II. A. Welnber:; ami wife, Baltimore; J. I.. Anderson. Tampa; .1. K. Wilsey, Tampa; .lohii K. Lambert, Clearwater; F. Hansen. Chicago; C T. Vounsf, Plant City; .1. K. Phipps, .lac-k.-ionville; .1. It. 1 i i ii son . Aiiburndale; A. .1. Mobley, Auliurndale; Claude Koper, Atlanta; I. Greville llaslnm. New Orleans. I LADIES' ALLIGATOR HAND BAGS IS IS 3d 6 ? do it n I MADE IN FLORIDA 9Q I'all and sec our line at once we have tho latest styles. I.ct us show you and give you prices. We positively guarantee the quality of these goods. Iluy one for a JSJ XMAS PRESENT We also have Gent's Alligator Card Cases and Purses $ REMEMBER HENLEY'S THE BIG WHITE DRUG STORE. PH0JE62. QUICK DELIVERY Our leparinprA LOST Colli scarf pin set with I carls. Ketnrn to News ollire and i.'icive reward. FOB KKXT. - 2 furnished rooms. Gentlemen preferred. Apply The News Ollice. 1 1-3 tf. LOTS for your Money All parts of town. See John F. Cox Realty Company. 122-1-tf. FOR SALE The launch Elizabeth on Lake Parker. The John F. Cox Realty Co. 12-1-tf. LOTS IN DIXIELAND No better location for a home on this earth. The John F. Cox Realty Co. 12-1-tf. LAKE FRONT IX)TS Close In, btst values in town. The John F. Cox Realty Co. 12-1-tf. FIRE INSURANCE Strong Com panies, prompt attention to losses. The John F. Cox Realty Co. 122-1-tf. 12-l-6tp WANTED A MAN Wc need a stenographer who can handle Real Estate business. The John F. Cox Realty Co, 12-1-tf. FOR RENT 6-room house, with bath, lavatory, nad toilet; electric lights. Apply Ohlinger & Alfield, Phone IK. 12-SJ FOR RENT Owing to a change in !iit; business plans, the Lessee of the store room in the Diane building at No. SO 9 Main St., Lakeland, de sires to sub-lease the premises to a desirable tenant. Good proposition for right party. For particulars ad dress, II. J. Diane, in the Drano building. 12-9-1-mo. Fresh Bottom Fish, also speckled perch. Fresh select Oysters, and ,Mt cents. W. A. Yaun, North Ken tucky ave. Phone 2S2-rei!. 12-1 l-tf. FOR SALE OR RENT ."-room l.ungalow, just finished, all modern conveniences. Apply to II. D. Men denhiiU, phone 212. 12-14-tf. FOR SALE Green bone cutter. Price $7.00; cost $10.00. Apply to W. M. ("lough. Good Board. Pleasant, clean rooms. Plenty towels, hot water. Also two unfurnished housekeeping Rooms. Call 411 New York avenue. FOR RENT Two rooms, unfur nished, 410 East Oak street, or :id diess box "t::, Lakeland. FOR SALE - Boat, oars and h k- Address box ' I :!. Lufsey's THE PLACE OF DaHaii T It in no o 9 itr.nr.i ilium v tv v Ice Cream Candies Lufsey's 75,000 Ford Model TCars are to be built for 1912. The world-wide demand for the ford Model T, based on merit alone, compels that production. By build ing only one model and in such great quantities, a big price reduction has been made possible. NO CHANGE IN THIS STANDARD CAR, EXCEPT ADDED REFINEMENTS TO MAKE H MORE CONVENIENT FOR THE OWNER. THE LIGHTEST WEIGHT 4-CYUNDER CAR IN THE WORLD; SIZE, POWER AND CA PACITY CONSIDERED. 60 POUNDS TO EVERY HORSE POWER. IF WEIGHT IS AN ADVAX. TAGE, WHY DON'T THE MAKERS OF HEAVY WEIGHT CARS ADVERTISE AND POINT OUT THE ADVANTAGES OF WEIGHT? THEY MAY COME TO IT SOME DAY BUT THEY'RE A LOS tfAY. BEHIND RIGHT NOW. mm sssskjassumsocEoa F. O. B. DETROIT a hi m. Sac-Ess.'; m. I "m.f l feaX riSk frA&vVlZfi 7 ,-- " I FORD MODEL T TOURING CAR. Four Cylinders. Five PasscnM'5 Extension Top. Speedometer. Three Oil Lamps, Horn ., , Automatic Brass Windshield. Ford Magneto, built into motor. Two ti-inch Gas Lamps, Geni ;r With Complete equipment. Why is the FORD MODEL T so much more practical and economical that 85,000 value-comparing buyers selected it in preference to all other makes of cars? Because of its exclusive features, because it was a Henry Ford car backed with a Ford guarantee and built throughout of Vanadium steel that wonderful metal, which after heat-treatment by special Ford process is best in giving strength and power to resist shock and vibration. Ford Planetary Transmission makes it safer to drive and easier to operate than cars with sliding, jrunching, stripping gears. 4 fa d&ittl t&l3 1 il The genius of Henry Ford built the Magneto into the flywheel, as an integral part of the motor, compelling ignition sparks with every turn of the flywheel. Only ear in the worldwith its Rear Axle absolutely free from weight. Not even a truss rod support. Its Spring Suspension is so unique as to allow correct distribution of weight, guaranteeing eas ier riding qualities by receiving and absorbing shocks at greatest distance from passengers. Also greatly saving the wear of the car from rough roads. Its great economy is proved by the car's averaging 20 to 28 miles on a gallon of gasoline and 5,000 to 8,000 miles on one set of tires. THESE FEATURES AND MANY MORE. SHOWING THE SAME FORD GENIUS. ARE NOT FOUND ON ANY OTHER CAR EXCEPT THOSE BEARING THE NAME OF FORD. YOU KNOW THE QUALITY MARK. See the FORD MODEL T Cars. They have been called a liberal education in simplified me chanics. They will help you in business and add to your pleasures. Do not delay ycur order, ih? demand is world-wide, so order early and enjoy yourself. IN ADDITION TO THE FORD MODEL T TOURING CAR. WE OFFER FOR IMMEDIATE DE LIVERY THE FOLLOWING MODELS: Ford Model T Com mercial'Moadster. 3 Pass, removable b (T QA rumble seat Completely Equipped F. O. B. Detroit MWU Ford Model T Delivery Car; capacity 750 pounds mer chandise, Completely Equipped. F. O. B. Detroit Ford Model T Torpedo. 2 passengers. Completely Equipped. F. O. B. Detroit .... (NO FORD CARS SOLD UNEQUIPPED) Won't you allow us to give you a demonstration. Call, write or telephone and we will fcish you catalogues and other interesting FORD literature. We have dealers in the principal towns. 700 590 Telephone 270 TAMPA, B. F OWEN. ZSZ. I FLORIDA DISTRIBUTOR MUST HAVE CONSTANT CARE qXtOOg3B080B3B8060CT3POBWBSeOB080HOBOeOBOO Too Much Paint Cannot Be Bestowed On the Hair That It Not One'e Own. If your glory crown Is not wbat tbe rose-growers call "root grown," extra pains must be taken to keep it in con dition. Neglected, the most costly hair is soon worthless; worse disease-breeding. The nostlche. switch, transformation should be brushed as carefully as the real hair and as often. The best way to do It Is to put a towel on lap or table and, spreading the "piece" on It, brush with a rubber-backed boar bris tle brush, first one side, then on tho other. This removes tangles and does not tear the hair as does a comb. Without natural oils "bought" hair soon grows lustreless. It should be brushed frequently with brllliantlne. Put a few drops in the palm of tho hand, then rub the brush over it Be sure to get a brllliantlne that is not greasy. There are several makes that give luster yet do not leave the hair sticky. False hair can be washed In thick soapsuds made from pure white soap. Only the lather should be used, and rinse in several waters. Dry between chamois cloths or press almost dry in tbe hands, then hang in a currentof air, and when dry shake and brush un til fluffy. Occasional washing with gasoline is good for false hair. Do not use am monia or borax on false hair, as it discolors It or. If tho hair to dyed, will streak IL Do not throw your "bought" hair dowa carelessly whoa not In ase. It quickly becomes taagtod ad estchoa dust I Clough Shoe Co. ...NOTHING BUT SHOES... We sell at regular prices and give a discount 5 per cent. YOUR GAIN OUR LOSS. Onlv exclusive shoe store in Lakela.nl- All the latest styles Call and see for yourself L. W. FULGHUM Electrician ggrg Electrical Supplies HOUSE WIRING A SPEClALJl ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVE 153 t 5 3 I afKWeWKCK09aOSMOB900CeOMt -PHONE .- ...v.