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I 1 V I HAVEN'T any DOUGH ! I CLASSIFIED ZflIiii ,Q: I S MK 1 II I A , r- 1 i S fe5V hurt ! ! 11 1 i i II. u I THK Pl'XTA (iORDA HKHALD. PINTA GORDA. FLORIDA WORRIED THIS Hull Sick, Cross Husbands Will Ue HelMri by Glide's PeptO-MangMI Is he "Cross as a bear" when he Ironies homer Is he nervous ana a bit pale and always tired? You can help him back lo health with Glide's Pepto-Mangan. He is run-down, and Pepto-Mangan, the wonderful blood I tonic with the right kind of iron in it , will build him up. Help your hus band get plenty of red blood and he will be well and good-natured again and stronger, too. Good blood, good health, makes happy good humor that is the way it goes. If you don't give him some kind of a tonic he will probably get worse they usually do. Go to the drug store and ask for Glide's Pepto-Mangan in liquid or tablet form. It is pleasant to take ana works wonders if taken daily for a few weeks. adv. Friday, January 6th, 1022" and hopes by this means to encourage the setting of many of these graceful trees In that town. Clermont has re cently acquired a new and modern electric plant, for light and power. it belongs to the pvople of the town. A community building is pro- posed and many other things marking Clermont's civic club has adopted j progress and enterprise are noted in the motto or slogan, "Plant a Palm," j connection with the place. attack. I gladly give this endorse ment." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Griggs had. Foster-Milburn an(j Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. V . auv. roi'XTY COMMISSION Kits I lot te Harbor is sitting up and noting. HOLD TWO-DAY SESSION i It's always high tide when the orange MF.KT AGA1X SATURDAY and yellow color scheme assembles on 'the surface. Could it possibly be the (Concluded from first page) jsame one that dives from the bridge was adopted by unanimous vote, and every afternoon at four? and swims I 4 On Monday evening, 26th inst.. Miss Yirginia Nelson entertained a Several of our worthy citizens hav been "down and out" with colds Climate? No .winds! Chairman Windham and commission- all the way to Cleveland? Get out large number of her young friends at ?r Whifeten were appointed a com- your binoculars. It's worth the the home of her parenis, Mr. and Mrs. mittee to go to Fort Myers Thursday effort. J H. Nelson. The main feature of and read the report to a good-roads meeting of Lee county people to be held there , Thursday. The object in sending a committee there is to giv the Lee county people assurance lhat this county is sincere in its prom-; J. S. Jackson's department store ise to build a good road to their conn-j has added a black and white cat to ty line and to urge them to show their the stock. Its job is to escort all good faith by starting at once to .marauding mice and rats to the safe build a road to connect with the one ty zone dead or alive. from this county that has been al ready cleared and grubbed to their county line. The board adjourned to meet au'ain on the coming Saturday at !l a. m. the evening was a "niarshtnallow roast." This took place around small It's the hlasted north i" firf's on tlre lawn' fnd ,here waS plenty ot tun among me youngsters as they grouped around inese nres with their bags of marshmallows. Each guest was given a gaily decora ed bag of candy and a long stick. Some marshmallows were toasted, some roasted, some burnt and some eaten "just so." Gaimes were played, and, at 11 o'clock refreshments were served, consisting of cake and hot School Hoard Met The regular monthly meeting of the County School Hoard was held Monday, with all members and the superintendent present. No business of unusual interest was transacted. The official minutes of the meeting will be found in another part of this paper, the school board, believing that the people whom thev represent ! have a right to know what the board j is doing, having made arrangements j X with the Herald to publish the officially i v minutes as paid advertising regularly. IHMtlllttt tttl T T -w.vvvwvvvvs.w. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Tax 4.---. McCALL The new representative of the post- i At the Stallo home, Dixie highway the holiday dinner was made a spec ial event. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Roy and daughter of Columbus wer the guests of honor. Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Stallo's sister of Mt. Vernon. Ohio, is also a guest at Stallo home. Mrs. Ellen Judson P.rown enter tained new years eve. Seeing the I Miss Annie Nelson is spending the old year out and the new year in holidays at home with her family. made it the event of season. The Collections Fall Off Collections of taxes for county pur poses for the month of December fell off considerably, according to Collec tor Dewey's report to Clerk Blount, only $1,729.98, or about one sixth the amount collected during November, having been collected in December. The clerk's report of the various , 1. .i. .,1 . i .. o rwl cpii nnnrrmn f iTiinp . , , , , 'amounts received appears in another iuice. The rooms were decorated . ... with Christmas "decorations of tinsel and tissue paper, Spanish moss, cedar and mistletoe. column of this paper. al department at McCall, Mrs. Trudia Iguests enjoyed the music, repertaire, m M. Dell, is well pleased with her posi-iunch and the big cheerful Are place. tion and is making good. Everyone or the party had something Arch Adkins is using his spare a8 a surprise in speech, song or dia- tlme In making furniture for his loP" and the entertainment continu- norcli ; and lawn. He finds now that 'd int the wee new year his girl?, having bloomed into young i v'ted were: O. F. S. To Meet Friday The O. E. S. will meet Friday eve ning at 7:30 p. m at the hall Visit ing members will be welcomed. DR. D. N. McQUEEN WALLACE CHADMAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ATTORNEY AND NOTARY Punta Gorda, - - (Florida practice n a gtate and Federal Office on Taylor Street Courts Back of Cooper Hardware Co. Reidence phone No. 3i Punta Gorda, - Florida W M MATT HEWS HOWARD J. SPENCE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in all Court Office with Charlotte Drug Co. Office In Smith Building, Room 4 Punta Gorda, - - Florida pUnta Gorda, - - Florida DR" VDENTfsTRDAN LEITNER & LEITNER Punta Gorda, - Florida lawyers Res. Phone No. 49 Office No. 10 uMwrena TERMS CASH Patients from a dtst nee would Will Practice In all Court! do well to make appointments by mail a few days previous to their Arcadia, " " - Florida arrival, to avoid disappointment. CHAS. A. WALTMIRE ATTORNEY AT LAW I PIONEER BARBER SHOP Practice In all Courts .. , U -, lj J. H. RASCH, Proprietor Special Attention to Examination of Titles, conveyances. Etc. Punta Gorda, - - Florida Office in Court House Building i WILBUR W.WHITEHURST ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Wauchula, Florida J. H. HANCOCK ATTORNEY AT LAW Punta Gorda, - - Florida Will Practice In All Courts Loans Negotiated f 9 t :::? 66660$fr$$OtfOt$4Q000OCl4l1 XK"XX"X,X'XX"X0 ... womanhood, such accessories are a necessary adjunct to a household of over grown girls. We congratulate the two young bloods of the village in their success in their initiation in the favor of these estimable young ladies. Messrs. Goff and Bradley, we wish you every success and extend to you our heartiest congratulations. Those in Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fitz- Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, ernest Holroyd, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Jackson, Mrs. 'Mary K. Rankin, Miss Holland, Mr. James A. Kellogg, Joe DeWitt, Mr. McGee of Pittsburg, Carl Springer. Mr. Hurton, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Legge of Boston, and Mrs. i inside and out. Helen Spears. Mrs. R. Y. Walden returned last week from Green Springs, where she went several months ago lor Iter health. She was accompanied by her son, Ray Y. Walden. Ray was ill for a long time twenty-two days "flat on his back". His friends are very glad to have him back at home and able to get out among them He was at the springs also with his mother. Rev. R. Y. Walden has about fin ished 'his house, and it looks fine Mr. Grape Fruit, jr., will It is with pleasure we learn that thin week for the north and Mrs. Ella Goff is to fit up several at home after this date at room.- lor the accommodation ot tran-iieuit, earn siejits, for this is something that is badly needed in McCall. Mr. Demps Goff having decided that to him a 'coon's life was not worth as much as the hide, has suc ceeded in getting many skins off the furry tribe and is doing a thriving business. While we are wont to be pli need with anothers success, yet we deplore the fact that for one to suc ceed in gathering furs in the wild it is necessary to cause so much suffer in and destruction. Capt. R. P.. McHargue has about depart effaced the effects of the storm at his will be fifteen Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, show people, who have been living at our tourist camp left Monday tor New York. They are aerialists and have engage ments in the Keith circuit to con tinue through the spring. lnl!ifo now fences new dock, new porches and floors. His house fared the worst of any in this community, and he thinks a stump under the house really saved il from being washed away off the foundation. Listen! yes. the Florida It's the Special, or Stop! Look! '"Gospel Car," and to do everything that a "Gospeler" of the Gospel might do. This "Gospel Car" has all the modern appliances. It's announcer and denouncer work from the battery. The gospel music Brantley, shipped two caris operated via the spark plug: and rosin last week While lhe'tne contribution "is taken" as per Reports from the lower east coast are to the effect that planting of to matoes this winter will run to 10,000 acreaa, from which 1,500,000 crates 000 cars, may be expected. It Mr. W. K. Bryan of the firm of Bry an and loads of :..u. i ,iH0. linaoH will oe reiuem uei en uun a IgUI '-'c III ... , . .,, crop was greauy reuuwu u. uwtj rains. Florida ships more tomatoes bv the car than any other state. rosin was being hauled to the station,. tne steering wheel low speed, for Messrs. Jordan and Grouch loaded war(j and reverse. It's a wonder tie niselves into the truck and rode Lnere are not more "Gospel Cars" out to the still and spent the day with lfjoating around, we need 'em to bless the family of B. A. Brantley. Mr. Raimoad aad Miss Nettie Conaway accompanied them on the trip out. The former gentlemen enjoyed the trip very much. Mr. Jordan was much interested in the wild growth and secured many specimens to carry with him on his return home to Phil adelphia, Pennsylvania. Mr. Jordan visited Southland Sat-! Virday and is much pleased with pros pects there. The ten acre tract Mr. Weeks is planting to cukes is the very thing to do so says Mr. Jordan. Mrs. L. M. Wood has purchased a piano and Mrs. KUa Goff an organ Mrs. L D. Harley of Arcadia making both sales. News is very scattering this week and our imaginative machine seems to be short circuited. our climate. 1 VINBLAMD 4 Mrs. L. A. Anger returned home Tuesday from Boca Grande where she spent the holidays with her daughter. Mrs. Fraze. Joe Stewart came down Friday night and he and his wife and baby returned to their home in Verna, Sun day. Mrs. B. A. Brantley and Mrs. Addie Jeffords spent Friday in Boca Grande. Mrs. Jeffords left Friday for her home ,in Waycross, Georgia. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bell of McCall spent Sunday with the latter's father, :J. N. Mills. The Florida State Swine Growers' Association will meet in Ocala Jan uary 18 and 19. The meeting gives promise of being one of the most in teresting and best attended meetings of the association. SOLAN V NEWS Mrs. Wood and children of McCall Went Sunday with Mrs. Brantley. Miss Inez Rowland returned Sun 'day to take up her school dutieB. I .nl " ! Gervtn Pringle, a Duval county boy That new year moon is going to ,. .JV.,' " ' - have a smile for everybody. Watch ' " "T" l"" l" ,,, go offered to the corn club boy tor it. It s your moon. A. 7 growing the most corn on one aciv, Solana's bathing beach doesn't 'his record being 105 bushels. This need a brass band attraction. Its all eat yield Is a record which all in the color scheme of the bathing , Florida farmers rhould note with in- B fit WHY IT SUCCKttDS Because It's For One Thing Only, I 'mitn Gorda People Appre ciate This. and Nothing can be good for every thing. Doing one thing well brings sue cess. Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing only. For weak or disordered kidneys. Ask your neighbor. Here is Punta Gorda evidence to prove their worth. Mrs. J. T. Griggs, Harvey St., says: "Some years ago I was visiting in Jacksonville and I was troubled with an attack of kidney complaint. I bad a dreadful backache and it had me p.tty well used up. My kidneys didn't ai as they should and I was in bad shape. Hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a couple of boxes and they entirely cured me of the She's All Run Down! Needs attention! Take her to JonesHe can make her tick! I am now located on Oak street in bigger, more convenient quar ters Where I am better prepared than ever to serve my customers. F W JEWELER... ! f f tlVllijlJ Arcadia, Horida xkk:xkxk"Xxxxxx:,,X'X'' suit that causes light draft boats to throw out S. O. S. signals. Who is the fair damsel with the orange and yellow and the red -crimson trim mings? Away away out there mak terest tn Aiacnua county, crops of oats and rye are eing pLr-nted. tractors be ing used ior IUUUW power in many Teas and Coffees 1 We have a fine variety of teas and coffees to suit every taste and every pocketbook. Most people judge tea and coffee by the price they pay. But you will find that we are offering some very choice grades at unusually low I prices. I 5J Let us help you make your "5 selection. I T. Griggs Groceries PCXTGORDA, . . FLORIDA. I B B i I i V t i t V V t 1 i Y Y t Y f I Y Y Y Y I I Y Y Y 1 Y Y Y Y Y I I Y X Y I I I "We have a bureau whose duty it is to read each week the country newspapers from all over the coun try. There is not a paper of any consequence in our trade territory that our bureau does not get. This bureau looks over these papers and when we find a town where the mer chants are not advertising in the lo cal paper we immediately flood that territory with our literature. It al ways brings results far in excess of the same effort put forth in territory where the local merchants use their local papers," said Herman Rosen- field, advertising manager for Sears, t Roebuck & Co. ing for ihe cross-bay record: Char- cases. !!