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TWENTY POUNDS BASEBAL L NOTES OF INTEREST Mn. R. T. Butts Sajs Her life Was Miserable for Two long Tears Be fore She Began TatJng Tanlac low Enjoying Fine Health "If It had not been for Tanlac I J would still be a sick woman, so I fort like I ought p tell everyone what this wonderful medicine has done for e." was the sincere statement made recently by Mrs. R. T. Butts, 1924 Troost avenue. Kansas City, Mo. "By the help of Tanlac I have got ten rid of a eevere case of nervous in digestion that had made my life mis erable for the past two years. T ' eonld not eat anything without suffer ing afterward The gas on my stom ach would rise up into my chest and press on my heart and at times would almost cut off my breath. My nerves were so up-set that the , least unex pected noise would almost distract me. I seldom slept well and was so nervous I would often roll and toss antil after midnight and what little sleep I did get seemed to do me no good. I was also a great sufferer from headaches and would often get so dizzy I would have to hold on to Mmething to keep from falling. "One day I hapened to see a testi monial for Tanlac, describing a case like mine, so T bought a bottle and before I had finished it I began to feel Just like a different person. ' Those terrible headaches disappeared and my appetite returned. When my fast bottle was gone I got another v. I kept on improving until now I can eat Just anything I want and T never suffer ayy more from indiges tion. 1 am not the least bit nervous i 1 " MRS. R. T. BUTTS Of Kansas City, Missouri and rest well at night and never know what it is to have a headache or a dizzy spell. "Tanlac has not only relieved me of my suffering, but I have actually gained 20 pounds in weight and have not enjoyed such gods health for years. Tanlac is certainly a wonder ful medicine and I will always feel grate for what it has done for me. I want to recommend this medicine to all my friends because I believe it will benefit anyone who is suffering as I did." Tanlac is sold in Lakeland by Jew- jett's Drug Store; in Winter Haven by Anderson Dru3 Co. BIO FIRE AT TIGER BAY PART OF PLANT DESTROYED The grinding, washer and dry bin section of the American Agricultural Co., at Tiger Bay was destroyed yes terday afternoon by fire. It is thought that fire was started by a flying spark at any rate- from some outside source. The loss Is, of course, very heavy, bat cannot be estimated yet. Infor mation will probably be given out be tween this Issue and Friday's. This property Is fortunately, In sured. The power plant was not reached. Bartow was calJed on for aid and a few of the Are boys, carrying 500 feet of hose, went over to assist in the effort to stop the damage. The wind favored the flames and carried them through the whole section. Bartow Record. THE COMPLETE LETTER WRITER (With Apologies to Woodrow Wilson.) Lesson I. How to Write a Letter Discharging an Employee. My Very Dear Friend: I hope that yourself and youf family and all of your relatives are enjoying good health. I assure you that I hold you in the highest regard and value your friendship above wealth and honor. You are the greatest and grandest of men. I love you. With renewed as surance of esteem, etc., may I nor inform you that your services are no longer required. Wishing you pros perity and happiness, I beg that you remove yourself from the premises within three days or get kicked out. I deem it a great honor to sign my self, most respectfully, The Boss Exchange. Frlberg. understudy for Buck Her ?.cg, is playing second for the Cubs. And they say that "Fry"' seldom scrambles the hot ones that come his way. Evidently the New York scribes who wrote a column on Babe Ruth's home rnn In practice are taking no chances on Babe's hitting this season. The Joplin Western League club is not the only ball club that has a Nutt in its lineup, even if the others don't spell their name that way. While the Indians have had to give considerable time to ''inside'' base ball, the absence of southpaw pitch trs has made "skull practice'' an easy task for Manager Speaker. Will the Ind'anapolis pitchers who stood the world's champions on their beads kindly send their address to manager Kid Gleason. of the White Sox. Reports of the short, snappy work ol the White Sox in practice show that the Sox haven't Improved since the world's series last Fall. Their snap py work was short then. The Cardinals-Athletics series fur nished- some Old Home Week bat- tests, the likes of which have not been seen since the days of the be- whiskered, slugging pastlmer. The Yankees toofl the Reds' measure in the exhibition games, and the Dodgers trimmed the Yanks. It only goes to show how easy the champions will be for the Dodgers this season. After the Braves had downed the Tigers In the opening game of the Doston-Detrolt tour they discovered they hadn't defeated the Tigers. Hj wasn't there, and a youngster played center field. Despite the manifold worries at tendant upon his managerial duties, John McGraw has to smile when he remembers that the Giants' first sev en games of the season are with the Braves. And with the strictest economy in HAS UTEB WORN YOU 001? T Philadelphia Diamond Grid Battery GUARANTEED TWO YEARS Sickness That Lingers, or Strain of Caring for Others. Makes Spring Days Dangerous GET BACK YOUR STRENGTH Red Blood Means Old-Tlme Vigor, and Pepto-Mangan Builds Rich) Red Blood Perhaps you've been ill this winter or others in the family have, and you've worn yourself out with extra burdens. And now your strength 13 low to return. Week after week youve felt too tired for anything, and have looked it, too color bad, eyes dull, and no en thusiasm. When you don't feel well you are not well. Probably what you need right now is the good blood tonic, Pepto-Mangan. Physicians every where recommend Pepto-Mangan for tun-down, anemic people. Ask your doctor about it. Pepto-Mangan sup plies the things that blood-starved people lack. It puts iron and vigor in the blood. It paints the cheeks in Nature's way, and restores the hearty appetite.: The Mood U naturally sluggish in the Spring and the whole family would profit by taking Pepto-Mangan-which tones up and builds up. It is pleasant-tasting and soon makes you feel better. Your own druggist has it ready for your call, and in both liquid and tablet form, just as you prefer. But to be certain that you get the genuine Pepto-Mangan, ask for it by the full name, "Gude's Pepto-Man gan." Look for the name "Gude's" on the package. Advertisement. I ALL MAKES OF STORAGE BATTERIES REPAIRED AND I LARGEST STOCK OF TIRES IN LAKELAND Gasoline, Oils, Vulcanizing, Accessories and Supplies Standard Tire and Vulcanizing Co. Phone 314 S. M. Kellum, Prop., 1 24 E. Main Street I "THE SHOP WITH A CONSCIENCE" Gentry-Futcii Company FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND LICENSED EMBALMER8 Equipped With Either Complete Automobile or Horse Drawn Servlee EVERY MODERN NECES3ITY New Chapel; New Furniture and Every Appointment for Quiet and Suitable Conduct of Funeral Services DAY PHONE 241, NIGHT PHONE 113 OR 248 119 East Main Street Lady Assistant In Attendance ' 1 ) " "' I JL I A I 1 1 1 1 L? V YI 117 IT T'tl A T1 IT V l"17T C I I FT IIS nO VnilR TARI F I INFN $ t SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, ETC. i X SATISFACTION GUARANTEED THE LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRY f , PHONE 130 R.W.WEAVER,Prop. I ' ' ? IntheSpringTime Any fool knows enough to carry an umbrella when it rains, but the wise man ia he who carries one when it is only cloudy. Any man will send for a doctor when he gets bedfast, but the wiser one is he who adopts proper measures - before his ills become serious. During a hard winter or the following spring one feels run-down, tired out, weak and nervous. Probably you have suffered from a cold, the Grip or flu, which has left you thin, weak and pate. This is the time to put your system in order. It is time for house-cleaning. ' A good, old-fashioned alterative and temperance tonic is one made of wild roots and barks, without the use of alcohol, and called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, in tablet or liquid form. This is nature's tonic, which restores the tone of the stoinach, activity of the liver and steadiness to the nerves, strengthening the whole system. First put up by Dr. Pierce over 50 years ago, now procurable at any druar store; or send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package. Big Shipment of EASTER HATS Just Received Miss Nuna Patton NEXT DOOR TO BUCHANAN'S CAFE IN STEVEN'S JEWELRY STORE PHONE 105 newsprint la force, up steps Lee Ma f,ee and threatens to repeat all of the big league scandals that have been published a million times since 1906 Looks as if the big league owners have overlooked Heine Zimmerman Lobby Robinson quit the Giants and won a pennant for Brooklyn and Pat Moran duplicated the trick for Cin cinnati. . With four or five of the regulars absent from the training camp, the White Sox have been np against it in their efforts to perfect their team work. The New York Yankees appear to have the best team they ever had. even better than the Yanks who broke into the American league years ago. And that team was a pretty nifty outfit. TAMIL AC JEWETT'S DRUG STORE (FORMERLY RED CROSS PHARMACY) Sole Agents j STUTZ j 1 "The Car that Made Good in a Day' Place your order now as our allot ment for this territory w ill be limited Main Street Garage AGENT8 FOR POLK COUNTY Fort Meade, Florida Literature furnished on application Lakeland's Leading Drug 8tof ROOMS AT LAKE ALFRED HOLLISTER INN Buildings and equipment new Will remain open until May first and modern. Rooms for two person $2.50 to $5.00 per day. A convenient stop ping place for travelers between the east and west coast Among orange groves and lakes. On asphalt highway, 50 miles east of Tam pa and 100 miles south of Daytona. JUST THE DAILY HAPPENINGS . OF AN ORDINARY HEALTHY BOY Friday Teecher give us a Test in Gogaffy today and I done pritty well. I had answers rite. 1 of the questions she ast was How is 'the Erth derided & I said by Water which was o. k. Then rite behind that 1 she ast us name 2 kinds f Water T ntN down hot & cold which she sed was not rite. Saturday Pa is very interested In the high cost of living. It takes all he can make 2 live on & ma said 2 him do you think it is worth that much' Pa sed We got 2 have Produck shun the brick layers are not layin enough and neether are the hens. Sunday The supert (cant spell that word but its the guy which is fourman of the s. s.) sed 2 us kids we ought 2 always tell the truth and not lyes. He ast us if we ever herd of enny body getting 2 be immortal oy lyeing & Blisters sed yes. The sup (same as above) sed Whom & Blisters replyd & sed Annais. Monday We had 2 rite a essay on Sugar today & Jake red his out loud he sed Sugar is found in Cuby & can dy stores. Its 2 cheef propertys is sweetness and scarcity. There is 3 kinds which is Lump & lofe & gradu ated. Tuesday Ma baked sum fine Cokys today & I was taking 2 her & had my hands behind my back in the dish. I ast her why diddent. the. wimmen strike & she sed mebbe they will sum time. As I went out she seen the cockys & she struck. Busting cockys. Which I had in my hip pock-t. Wednesday Skool as a very dull and unlntresting place today as aJne was gone all day. I herd she has in- dispepsy or sum thing. N COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE OF POL vuvnii, rkuniu. m re tttlt Of B, Quaintance. deceased. Notice Is hereby tfven. to U whom It bikt concern, that oa the 3rd day of May 1920 I shall present my final accounts aa 'execu trix of the above named estate to the Hon. Kelaey Blanton, Judge of said court, at his office In Bartow, Florida, and then and there apply for my final dUcharge as such executrix. Dated this 3rd da? of March A. D 19 "0 MRS. S. t. QTJAINTANCE. Executrix - MS Florida reported 50,016 farms in 1910. Sh ecould hare ten times many. WALTER R. WILSON GENERAL Contractor and Builder THRIFT WEEK 18 OWN ROUR HOME WEEK CON8ULT ME-POS8IBLY I CAN HELP YOU PUT YOUR HOME PLANS INTO EFFECT Telephone 216 Red Lakeland, Fit. STATEMENT OF The State Bank of Lakeland i :: Charter No. II AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 4, 1920 RESOURCES I J:oan5 -- $. 621,107.61 Overdrafts 669.86 U. S. Bonds u fliivnn Furniture and Fixtures ! 22629.94 Real Ftfli tenoea r I Cash on hand and in banks 476,134.43 Total $1,150,126.72 LIABILITIES Sf1 --v- ... $. 100,000.00 Surplus and undivided profits less taxes and Expenses paid 22,164.83 Unpaid Dividends , 293,72 Deposits Total $1,027,668,17 $1,150,126.72 A. H. DeVANE, President A. E. SLOAN, Vice-Pres. W. W. CHASE, Cashier W. F. REID, Asst. Cashier -i J!.