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0 Thursday. October 14th, lOiiO. nlnme "AII- THE PUNTA GORDA HK.HAIiD, PTVTA GORDA, FLORIDA timber 40. Kw ,eli ions Qua allied lady ft hes The Hi ra Dessert. in Taj vith the i Well Dressed People lb j Arc never run e'ewn at the 2 heel and alwavs stand up ? on good sole.;. That is the t kind we give vou. i J. C REAGAN X REAR HATCH'S GROCERY 3. lowing recipe: Peel and seed the I sua van ; then out them up into MB all pieces, sweeten to taste, and stew till tender. Then put them in a bak ling dish and pour over them a corn Isfareli custard: pour over this the heat en whites oi two eggs, and place the oven until brown. Drab gel and other fruit can he prepared in the same wav. hut oranges do not have lo be cooked. This certainly "listens good," and we are going to prescribe it at home. CHARLOTTK HARBOR. What Olir Neighbors Aero the Ba) Are PoiliK- Weather eonditions Born to Mr. and Mrs. Saturday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. ideal. T. C. Roberts, a fine sou. Rarnhill took "x-xx";":"':'v':x-x:::. A mysterious yacht has been sighted off the west coast, and it is thought that O.rover Bergdoll, no torious draftdoger, liuft board, as there have been various incidents to con ; firm such a suspicion. their sick baby to Arcadia Saturday of last week, the child being seriously ill. They returned home Sunday, some improvement in the child's con dition having taken place, but it be came necessary to return with ft. Jit is hoped that its recovery will h. speedy and complete, j We regret to note that Mr. and Mrs. John Hagan are moving to the De Soto County Home Farm, where Mr. Hagan has a position as superinten dent. Charlotte Harbor will mist: these good folk. I.. A. Anger, of MoCall, was in town last Saturday on important busi ness in connection with a real estate deal for Mrs. M. E. Dell, of our LOCAL LACONICS Brief Mention at the Minor Events of I'lint a Gonl.t and Vicinity. All carpenters here continue to be very busy, which sihows that much building and repairing is going on. Some of them have as imich as six months work ahead. The building of several new houses, which has been decided on, is delayed until car penters can be secured. Miss Virginia Pugg of Kstero, after a week's visit here to her sister. Miss Celeste Rugg, The Herald's machine operator, went home, Saturday. She was accompanied us far as Fort Myers by Miss Celeste, who spent the night in that city and returned on the early morning train, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Stephens, a very pleasant couple from a New Jersey suburb of Philadelphia, arriv ed here Saturday night, and have tak en rooms for the winter in It. if. Sew ard's flats on Cross street. They are WHAT TENSES SHOWS. Southwest Florida Grew Remarkably During Pant Ten Veal's. on every Florida farm is inadequate, and must be Increased to 75 this next year if the people of the state are to be supplied with chickens and eggs. f Concluded from pain- Onet their population in 1910 and 1920, and gain or loss in population Sprains and Strains Are , Immediately Helped Now town. Dr. Stork made a flying visit to Charlotte Harbor Monday and pre-'' friend of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Row- sen ted Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Roberts ; ers who are occupying rooms in the with a ten-pound son. eame building: The concrete work from the south ipproaeh to the steel draw of the W. C. CkJwn,-mrrhait of 'Crconet. MSm syi: "Reho imstt works while yon sleep My daughter fell on a brick jiavement not only badly skinning bat spraining ber knee as well. Two appliea tkm of Bebopaste healed the torn places and cured the -sprain, it sure ia a great -jTjnedy and is in my home from now on." Sprains and strains may be caused by fall-1 ing, over-exertion, misplaced steps, or by lifting beyond one's strength; the joint is, not misplaced nor the muscles broken; in sprains the ligaments around the joints are unduly strained. These conditions are al ways painful, with more or less swelling; and may continue from a few days to weeks or months. As a rule, Rebopaste reduces the time to a few days or perhaps hours by restoring: the circulation to a normal con dition; used most successfully by athletes J ftehcpattt it a pKytr,i't 'discovery. This it erne of a -erU$ of advmrtisemente :rkieh has been approved hp ra pfcysteia afUr a study (fce aetmm of HeJurptuU. IVepared Oar la the Laboratory of Reho Drug Manufacturing Company, Bartow.. Florid:. SOLD RV COCHRAN DRUG STORE $fiC34 NEW YORK $fiC34 "tf , AND RETURN JU THRE AND RETURN SAILINGS EACH WEEK CLYDE LINE Fare Includes meals and berth in Inside staterooms. For better stateroom' . an c.vtrn charge will be made, according to sin Hid location. Steamers afford a wide range of accommodations, including uits with private bath, etc. Tickets mi sale until September 80, and are good returning from .New York up t' and Including the la.st sailing in October. Write for 'hedllle, also folder containing full information. Reservation books are now open for- July and August. ABOVE PARK IS SUBJECT TO WAR TAX OF 8 PER CENT. Our truckers are making prepara tions to begin their fall and winter operations, most of the lands in this section being well drained of water now. However, crops will be a little .late on account of the rains during 'the past few weeks. Mrs. T. A. Stephens and Mrs. Erich Danielson took a pleasure trip to j Salt Springs last week, returning ' Monday. They report having had a splendid time. The spring bathing at this time is not at its best, how ever, on account of so much fresh water. Miss Susie Draughan, of Plant City, arrived a few days ago and IS in charge of the primary department of i the local school, filling a vacancy caused bv resignation of Miss Maude i j Dick, who is otherwise engaged.! I School continues to progress in a I I satisfactory manner. l'rof. J. VV. Shellv made a busint 'trip to Lakeland last Saturday, re-, I turning in time to resume his-duties' ! Monday Morning. great Charlotte Harbor bridge, has been finished, and work is now being pushed on the north end. A great deal has already been done on the north end, but much remains to be done, and it will ge several month.; before the bridge is ready for trallic and travel. BLOOD IS FUEL TO THE BODY 1910 Duval 75.1G3 iHillsboro 78,374 jKscanibfa 38,020 Dade 11,9 33 'Polk 24,148 iJackson 29,821 i " Alachua 34,305 . Pinellas 18,841 I Marion 39,94 I DeSoto , . 14,200 I Volusia 16,510 iGadsden 22,180 Orange 19,017 : Mori roe 21,563 Palm Reach .... 5,577 Suwannee 1'8,603 Manatee 9,550 "Leon 19,427 Madison 16,919 i PUtnam 13,096 ' - Jefferson 1 7,210 I "Columbia 17,689 j "Santa Rosa .... 14,8r97 St. Johns 13,208 j Holmes 11,557 Lr.ke 9,509 Bradford 14,09 Walton 16,460 "Washington ... 1 0,403' xBay Nassau 10,525 Taylor 7,103 ""Seminole .... 9,459 "Hamilton 11,825 Lee ..." 6,294 "Levy 10,361 xOkaloosa Pasco 7,5"0 Calhoun 7,465 Brevard 4,717 St. Lucie 4,075 Sumter 6,696 Osceola 5.507 Pumped Through Hie System by the ""Lafayette 6,710 Heart it Sustains the and Tissues. Muscles FEPTO-Bf A NG AN HELPS BLOOD Keep the Quality of Four Blood at its Best Means Vfgorons Health and Ahflify to Accomplish. i Clyde PASSENGER DEPARTMENT Steamship Company Jacksonville, Florida Church of Christ. Church of Christ ( Non-sectarian and undenominational Disciples of Christ ). Services at Cleveland Sun day, October 17th, as follows: Preaching service at 10:30 a. m. : Bible lesson 3 p. m. Kvening ser i men at 7:30. Subjects of sermons las follows: Morning "The Man iThat Christ Called to Suffer for Him." (Acts 9:16) Bible school lesson : "What Christ the King Requires of His Subjects." (Matt. 5:1-10, 43- X 48.) Evening "The Perfect Man y That Was Almost But Lost: How X Did Christ Save Him?" (Acts. X. 8 . ) James Albert Deojay. D. D., ... . . , . . fa. u., preacner. a roraiai welcome is extended to me putilif. -24-3Ct. Live Oak is another Florida city that is planing for a free auto camp. Columbia county pecan crop is re ported to be of the smallest for sev eral swisons. V ixJ iwt thems Let settle r iiiiUTI " i It- I i HI WKMIMMemtMkmimmmmJm No man ever smoked a better cigarette than Camel! You'll find Camels unequalled by any cigarette in the world at any price because Camels combine every feature that can make a cigarette supreme Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos puts Camels in a class by Their smoothness will appeal to you, and permit you to smoke liberally without tir ing your taste ! Camels leave no unpleasant ciga retty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigarettv odor ! You'll prefer Camels blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! Canici ar sold everywhere in actentifiesHy eJ pitckat'ev of JO cigarettes; or tn packages (200 citli--et'es 1 in a Klannne-paptyr-covmred carton. Wm mtronfify recommend t hi carton for the homm Q otf.te aui).rj' or when yju travai R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. VVinston-Salom, H. C Blood acts Tike fuel. Pumped ; -through the body by the heart, it I sustains the muscles and tissues, it renews them. It feeds the brain the tissues of the eye and face. That Is why people look so pale and lifeless when blood is fmpov-on'shed. The body tissues are being supplied with weak j fuel. The Wood has not enough red eorpfrscles. Ton would not eat, pool I food with no nourishment in it; no 'more should you fet the fuel thai supplies sustenance to your entire i body be inferior. Hare ?ood ! blood, rnvpi'ove the qualify am! I keep it at its best. I If you look pale and feel flreafc, if yotl have lost your enthusiasm and energy, if your blood is rlogged vith j poisons, your system is being fed ! with a poor grade of hfood. That is no way r, go around. If yon are not at your best, get at the source of the trouble right away. I'm an end to half-fmriff. Take that ideal tonic. Pepto-Man-gan, to tone up yorrr blood and purify it. Get the full enjoyment out of living. Brvathe fresh air, take ex ercise. Be sure to as-k for "Oude'r Pe to Mangan." It comes ia convenient tablet form aad in liquid. One has the Fame medicinal value as the other There is only ,ne genuine PeptO Mangim, and the lame "Glide's" is rra the package. Advertisement. Baker 4,805 Clay 6,116 Franklin 5,201 "Citrus 6,731 Broward 4,762 Wakulla 4,802 Liberty 4',7"()0 Hernando 4,997 xFlagler xOkeeehobee 1920 113,540 88.257 49.386 42,731 38.661 31,224 30,115 28.265 23,968 25,434 23.225 22,961 19,890 19,840 18,654 19,789 18,712 18,059 16,516 14,597 14,502 14,290 T3.670 13,061 12,850 12,744 12,503 J2.119 11,828 11,407 11,340 11,219 10,986 9,8 73 9.540 j 9,921 I 9,360 8,802 8,775 8,505 7,886 7,851 7,195 6,2 42 5,622 5,621 5,318 5T20 5,13 5 5,129 5,006 4,548 24 42 2,1 ,T2 PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. D. N. McQDEEN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Jk Punta Oorda, - - - Tlon Office on Taylor Street Back of Cooper Hardware Co. Residence Phone No. D. HOWARD J. SPENCE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in All Courts Office In Smith Building, Room 4 Punta Gorda, .... Florida. WALLACE CHADMAN ATTORNEY AND NOTARY Practice tn all State and Federal Courts Punta Gorda, .... Florida. WILBUR W. ATTORNEY WHITEHURST AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Wauchula, Florida. LEITNER & LEITNER Total 764,371 "Decrease. "".Vol organized in 1910; ed with 19 1 5, xNot organized in 1915. 9 66,296 com par- Will Arcadia, LAWYERS Practice in all Courts Florida. Held Jrrtert FORTNIGHTLY CLUB. ting Meeting at Home of Mrs. Oswald. A Sale Test. For those who are in need of a remedy for kidney troubles and baclc- acne, it is a good plan to try Doan's I Kidney Pills. They are strongly rec ommended by Punta Gorda people. Mrs. M. I.. Harbor, Cross street, Punta Gorda, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills certainly are a fine kidney reme dy and I give them my heartiest en dorsement. It is some time now since I have taken Doan's Kidney Pills and at that time T was suffering with my back and kidhvys. I felt weak and sick and everything I un dertook to do was a drag. The first few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills gave uie great relief and continued use cured me. I have never been bother ed with my kidneys sine's." (State ment given June 9, 1-9T4.) On April 4, 1918, Mis. Barbor said: "The cure I spoke of in my former statement of 1 ! 1 4" ha proven last ing. My back is strong an my fcrdln-eys are in fine condition. I recommend Doan's lor I know they are joist M re presented." 60c. at all di alers. Fosfer-SItlburn Co., Mtrs., Buffalo, V. Y. adv. PIONEER BARBER SHOP J. H. RASCH, Proprietor Pmtta Gorda, - - - - Florida. SECOND HAND STORC r fay, Sell and Excfiaae Furnitmre SAMTJEL KTAIIj :--cKf-:"-!H:KKM"::":":-:-:--c- ! ALL t Ford Repairs Done at ford Factory Prices Texaco Gas Oils and Greases The Fortnightly Club met at the 'home of Mrs. Oswald last Thursday i afternoon. After the business meet ling the following program was rend-j 1 ered : History of Our Town I Mrs. Robinson This was a splendlr; paper and j ; much enjoyed by all present. The municipal Government I Mrs. Hancock I j This form of government was well i handled by the writer and a lively discussion followed. 1 The roll call "What, we can do 'for our town" brought forth many suggestions, which if followed out would make Punta Gorda ; store desirable place to live The next meeting will be the home of Mrs. Whitten day, October 21st. Dr. W. X. Sanborn, poultry specia list at the University of Florida, says that the present average of 40 hens HEWITT BROTHERS M&AX Full Weight Assured a much n. held a: Thurs- HOOSTIXG THE TRAIL. Road Department Urged to Designate as stte Road. (Conclti tended fror Qorda via Knglcwood. "Whereas previously led B from first page) adenlown to Punta Sarasota, Venice ami and this ; endorsed ociat Ion has j te Tatniami Trail routing and caused a great deal Of work and considerable funds to he rot- highway, and Tarn lam I Trail rout-1 the most important I s in the state of it. expended on thil "Whereas, the ing is one of highway routin; Florida, therefore " Resolved, that the association call upon and urge the state road de partment to name as state road Xo. 5 that extension from Rradentown via the Tatniami Trail through Sarasota, Venire, Fnglewood, Punta Gorda. Fort Myers, Marco and thence east across :!: . 'ate to Miami." 3 We give generous weight to all customers whether big users of ice or small. Our carefully tested scales guarantee you that. I And we charge you only for what you actually get not for what is lost by cutting and melting. J Give us to you. a chance to prove it Southern Utilities Co. .1. X. SIKKS, Manager. I :::":"X:::x W. M. MATTHEWS, M. D PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office at Reddened Punta Gorda, - - Florida. DR. V. J. JORDAN DENTIST Punta Gorda, - - - - Florida. Reg. Phone Xo. 49 Office Phone Xo. 10 TERMS CASH X3T Patientg from a distance would do well to make appointments by mail a few days previous to their arrival, to avoid disappointment. J. H. HANCOCK ATTORNEY AT LAW Punta Gorda, .... Florida. Will Practlca In All Courts tT Loans Xesotiated f' .-.-.".".-:-::::::::::::::.