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owmiviu INI i Y PLATE I AGATES TO LEGISLATURE THE FINEST GIFT A Set or Piece of Community Silver We . invite your inspection of this line and our other large stock of Christmas goods. C. E. Todd Hardware Co. I C. E. Todd Hardware Co. I PERRY'S GARAGE RE-OPENED This is to notify my former customers that I have re opened my garage, and can now be found in the 600 block on West Lemon street, where I am ready to do all kinds of First-class Repair Work, and serve the public with gas and oil. , ALL REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED T. W. PERRY PHONE 407 Electrify Your Home All the Electric Appliances Necessary can be had at PIPKIN-MOODY ELECTRIC CO. 205 North Kentucky Avenue Phone 460 Red P. F. COLLINS; W. H. PRITCHETT Growers Supply Co. COMPLETE STOCK AMONIA Per Cent Gulf Vegetable Special 5 Gulf Strawberry Fruit and Vine. .3 Gulf Vegetable Mixture No. 1 . . .4 Success Strawberry Grower 4 Success Lawn Special 5 PHOS. A. Per Cent 6 8 7 7 7 OF THIS STATE i SENATE District 1 W. H. Mapoles. District 2 John P. Stokes, Pen- sacola. District 3 B. H. Lindsey. District 4 W. J. Singletary, Grand Ridge. District 5 W. P. Shelley, Telogia. District 6 S. W. Anderson, of Greensboro. District 7 Oscar M. Eaton, Lake land. District 8 D. M. Lowry, (Talla hassee. District 9 E. P. Wilson, Dade City. District 10 R. H. Rowe, Madi son. District 11 John S. Taylor, Largo. District 12 W. L. Weaver, Perry. (Succeeding W. T. Cash, resigned). District 13 Tom Campbell, West Palm Beach. District 14 M. L. Plympton, Lake City. District 15 D. E. Knight, Starke. District 16 James E. Calkins, Fernandina. District 17 J. B. Johnson, Live Oak. District 18 J. Turner Butler. Jacksonville. District 19 M. O. Overstreet, Or- lando. District 20 W. J Crosby, Citra. District 21 W. J. Epperson, Bronson. District 22 T. T. Turnbul., Monticello. District 23 W. M. Igou, Eustis. District 24 W. H. Malone, Key West. District 25 H. H. Wells, Chipley District 26 W. A. Russell, Cres cent City. District 27 Frank M. Cooper. Punta Gorda. District 28 Lincoln Hulley, De- Land. District 29 T.. J. Knabb, Mac clenny. District 30 John Bradshaw, Jen nings. District 31 W. A. MacWilliams St. Augustine. District 32 D. G. Roland, New berry. Prosperity and progress are lost notable in those com- "JL" J" mumues co-operatively mar keting their products througt the Florida Citrus Exchange Membership In the Florida Citrui Exchange require! only the ability to co-operate. No Initiation fees, no membership due. For information, consult the manager of nearest association or tub-exchange, or write to the business manager at Tampa. P. Fields, Blounts Scofleld, Inverness Wade, Green Cove W. Phillips, Lake Bailey, Fort White. Willard, Miami. Etheredge, Sebrlng. E. Jennings, Jack O. Miller, Jacksoa- POTASH Per Cent 4 5 2 2 Vz Orange Boxes for Sale-Whole Boxes, Half Boxes, Quarter . Boxes HARDWOOD ASHES . WILLIAMS SEEDS 107-9 South Missouri Avenue Telephone 573 For Your Christmas Jewett carries ene of the best rarieties of STATIONARY AND WRITING MATERIAL including FOUNTAIN PENS in the crtr. Watch This Space for Christmas Suggestions Jewett's Drug Store Holdovers. 1 HOUSE OF REPKESEJiTATIVES Alachua F. H. Ellis, Alachua, and O. M. Tillman, Campville.' Baker W. D. Mann, Sanderson. Bay J. Ed Stokes, Paflama City Bradford E. M. Johns,. Starke, and C. H. Register, Lake Butler Brevard J. J. Parrish, Tltusville Broward W. C. Kyle, Fort Lau' derdale. Calhoun W. tewn. Citrus M. C. Clay L. E. Springs. Columbia W. City, and W. A. Dade Ben C. DeSoto E. J. Duval Frank sonville, and F. ville. Escambia W. E. Rowland, Pen sacola, and Frank X. Carroll, Pensa cola. Flagler A. S. Fowler, Bunnell. Franklin E. R. L. Moore, Carra belle. Gadsden Roy Hinson, Hinson, and E. P. Gregory, Quincy. Hamilton - Walter P. Jennings, Jennings, and W. J. Deas, Jasper. Hernando Hugh Hale, Brooks- ville. Hillsborough C H. Taylor, Tam pa, and A. T. Stuart, Plant City. Holmes E. B. Riddles, Dady. Jackson E. Harris, Marianna, and Walter Williams, Graceville. Jefferson E. B. Bailey, Monti cello, and W. B. Bishop, Capps. LaFayette R. L. Goodbred, Mayo. Lake L. D. Edge, Groveland, and T. G. Futch, Leesburg. T.pfiFranci3 W. Perry, Fort Myers. Leon A. H. Williams, Tallahas see, and Fred H. Davis, Tallahassee. Levy S. J. Gunn, Gunntown. Liberty L. E. Fenn, Orange. Madison V. E. Blanton, Lee, and J. P. Taylor,, Greenville. Manatee J. J. Stewart, Braden town. Marlon Nathan Mayo, Summer field, and G. W. Hunter, Ocala. Monroe J. F. Busto, Key West, and F. H. Ladd, Key West. Nassau C. C. Fuqua, Hillard, and F. D. Upchurch, Fernandina. Okaloosa F. F. Richbourg, Lau rel Hlls. Ockeechobee Ed. Scharfschwerdt Okeechobee. Orange A. B. Newton, Winter Garden, and S. S. Griffin, Orlando. Osceola W. R. Godwin, St. Cloud. Palm Beach M. D. Carmichael West Palm Beach. Pasco W. J. Ellsworth, Dade City, Pinellas S. D. Harris, St. Pe tersburg. Polk J. M. Keen, Lakeland, and A. J. Morgan, Lakeland. Putnam Henry S. McKenzle, Pa latka. and Chas. P Philips, Pa latka. Santa Rosa J. H. Harvell, Milton, and John C. McRae, Milton. Seminole F. P. Forster, Sanford St. Johns II . J. Peiper, St. Au gustine, and Frank M. Corbett, Moul trie. St. Lucie A. W. Young, Vero. Sumter J. C. B. Koonce, Bush- nell. Suwannee W. M. Cason, Well born, and W. II. Mobley, Pine Mount. Taylor J. H. Scales, Perry. Volusia H. G. Putnam, Oak Hill, and Murray Sams, DeLand. Wakulla J. A. Hagan, Arran. Walton J. D. Raborn, DeFuniak Springs. Washington L. C. Crof ton, Chip- ley. Y X ? t Y Y Y C Y X y Y Y ? Y y Y Y V Y Y Y t ? ? ? Y Y y y y y Y Y ? ? It Y t Y v 5! r The Store for Christmas Shopping Ernest Mercantile Co., are offering many useful articles this year' for your Christmas shopping. Gifts that will bring Joy to the hearts of every one. We are showing many such gifts for Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Friend or loved ones. Every department Is full of such articles that will appeal to youWe are keeping DOWN with the market too. That means lots In a saving way. In our Ladles Ready-to-Wear you will find many things that charm and make for beauty. Beautiful silk and nainsook underwear at reasonable prices. Lai Philopplno hand made underwear, full of charm and beauty $4.75 to $8.25, Furs, lovely furs make useful gifts $15.00 to $100. Beautiful ailk, satin, serge and tricotlne dresses $20.00 to $75.00, Nobby Coat Suit $25.00, $35.00 $45.00 and up to $100.00 Beautiful Shirt Waists and over blouses, plaid skirts and many other beautiful things for your selec tion. Nobby wool slip-over sweaters and silk sweaters, 25 per cent off. Our Dress Goods Department too Is showing the right things at the right prices. Silks hold a prominent place this season and the prices are down to about half. ...Excellent silk hose can be hadt $1.98, $2.98 to $6.50. These In clude the well known Onyx, Gordon and Van Raalte glove silk. Nice warm wool blankets make excellent gifts $10.00 to $25,000. We are offering some exceptional prices in cotton piece goods. Ginghams and Percales that sold formerly at 50 cents are now selling at 25 cents. An excellent grade of bleach muslin can be had at 25c. Good grade Outing Flannel fancys at 25 to 30 cents. , Shoes mak eexcellent gifts too. We have nobby strap slippers black and blue Satins at $10.00 Kid and Suede straps black and brown at $12.00. Women's and Misses dress boots in black and brown at $4.65 tor$10.00. Men's dress shoes and Oxfords black and brown $6.50 to $14.00. Daniel Green Felt Slippers for the family .$2.50 ta( $4.00. Suit Cases, Bags, Trunks, etc., at 20 per cent, reduction. In our Men's Department you will find beautiful shirts, neckwear, hosiery, etc., at the new low prices. Men's and Boys' Suits of best tailored makes are selling at about 40 per cent under the high war prices. This department too is leading In quality; and prices are down to date. You will find our stock up to date both In styles and prices. The quality Is always high. The best Is always cheapest. Visit our store In your round of Christmas shopping. Chas. E. Earnest Mercantile Co. BARTOW, FLORIDA Look this list over and you will find gifts suitable for every member of the family, friends and sweetheart. White Furniture Doll Carriages, all kinds Aeroplanes, guaranteed to fly Trains on Track, electric Fountain Pens, Waterman and Conklin Tool Chests Wagons Coasters Plush Animals Air Rifles Games, all kinds Dolls, all kinds Xmas Box Stationery Safety Razors Ingersoll Watches Smoking Sets Framed Pictures Serving Trays Framed Mottoes Hand Colored Florida Scenes Bibles, Reference, Text, and Family New Fiction, Popular Reprints The Famous Bubble Books China PyrexinSets Full Line Leather Goods Vanity Bags Manicure Sets Port Folios Victrolas Victor Records . Floor Lamps LAKELAND BOOK STORE THE STORE OF A THOUSAND GIFTS See Our Line of Electric Aeroplanes Actually Flies '1 1 -' ,f V! v ' : ', It ! 1 ' i'i t 1 1 ' 'r ' it,' . t f A The Producer and Her Finest Product! KLIM Powdered Milk' For Sale at THE LAKE PHARMACY Phone 292 Blue