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THE EVENING TELEGRAM LAKELAND, FLA., MARCH 1, 1912.
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Protect Home Industry
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By leaving the money at Home, bid you know that more than ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS is sent from this Section Each Year for Life Insurance?
If this was left here would it not do wonders in way of developments?
m AnfflKEffkanni IMnfeFS nnDsumpaunKse C.
An old line Leaal Reserve Company, owned and controlled by hundreds of bankers in different sections of the country, was organized for
this specific purpose. It issues all ot the latest forms of policies, gives the greatest amount protection for the least amount of money and
the only Life Insurance Company Investing its money locally. See Agent at State Bank of Lakeland.
THE STATE BANK OF LAKELAND
(L This is to certify that this Bank has a
receives for Life Insurance in this section
contract with The American Bankers Insurance Co., of Chicago, whereby all monies it
will be left with this bank and invested locally. E. O. FLOOD, Cashier
Those Who
Come and Go
Budze w. s. Preston is in the city
uy !. liking hands with friends.
J!r. It. I). Iluffaker, candidate for
oK'mv of jiroKcruting attorney, Is
ni-wins tin- voters of Lakeland
ay in IhIihIi' of his candidacy.
fir. diaries Trammell ia spending
s in Jackson, Miss., where
as calli-d several days ago on
'f- '. w. iive is the owner of a
bdsomo Penn roadster, which he
Kwd yesterday. The car ia equip-
ith all the latest improvements
a fin.- machine in every respect,
Jl enahle Dr. Love to answer
calls with dispatch.
Mrs. Karl ('. May was a visitor to
Tampa yesterday, and while thera
was a guest of the DeSoto.
Kenneth McDonald now lias a po
sition In the store of Mr. Joseph Lo
Vtiy as salesman.
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain, who
have been living in the Mendenhall
hcuse on Kast Orange, have returned
to their home in Ohio.
Mrs. K. N. Morrow returned to
her home in Sanford this morning
after a visit of several days in this
city, during which time she was the
guest of her, friend, Mrs. J. D. Griffin.
DISONIA
to Pioneer Plcttre K:i$e
ifUkelui.
The seats for the Paul Gilmore
attraction will be $1 until next
Tuesday night, when they will De
raised to 11.50, the regular price.
Those who desire to attend should
get their tickets early.
Mr. t A. Cole and Mr. U. N. Funk
have severed their business relation
in connection with Funk Jewelry
Co., Mr. Cole purchasing Mr. Funk'c
Interest in the business, and the lat
tr left yesterday morning for his
old home in Iowa, much to the re
gret of the many friends he has
made since coming here. Mr. Funk
is a flue young man and was quite
an addition to business and social
circles of the city, and will be great
ly missed.
NEW AUTOMOBILE AGENCY.
SERVICE IN GERMAN.
PROGRAM TONIGHT.
BY SHOW BEGINS MARCH 11.
BIG NOISE HANK.
1 western Comedy. (
HUSBANDS WANTED.
"omedy.)
HXG. THE DETECTIVE. -
(Drama.)
The people of Lakeland .will have
the opportunity of hearing a sermon
delivered in German Sunday morning
if they attend the Lutheran services
In the VanHusa hall. Rev. Techllng
borg, of South Dakota, will deliver
the sermon, which will be spoken in
the German tongue, the songs also
being sung in German. The publie
is Invited to be present, and espe
cially all German speaking people,
whether they be Lutheran or not.
EDISONIA
1 am preparing to open an auto
ruobilo agency in Lakeland, having
dosed contracts with the I'cnn Mo
tor Car Company, who are manufac
turers of the best cars on the mar
ket.
1 will handle roadsters and tour
ing cars, etc. Cars are nobby in ap
pearance, but their chief claim to
favor Is satisfactory service. Ask
Dr. Griffin, who has had one in al
most perpetual motion for several
months. ' Mr. Barhtte has one also,
and Dr. C. W. Love, haa Just receiv
ed an elegant roadster.
If you contemplate buying a car,
let me make you prices. A beautiful
roadster is the only car In stock at
present.
I). II. SLOAN.
St. Petersburg citizens have al
most made up their minds to build
a public market house.
J"18 io cu
lOJiREX under 12 5 CU
Offers tonight a detective story of
more than ordinary merit, and which
they think will be sure to please all
lovers of that class of picture. Two
good comedies in addition.
Bear In mind the illustrated lec
ture on "Dante's Inferno," March C
and 7.
LSrCet BROWN AND TIGE
kCon:inor tn T.A wr a vrn ti .:n ua , n-,A
e wiiuuMniii, x ucjr win uuiu a. v i uuu
Reception to which old and young
are cordially invited
Emission Absolutely Free
fe and see these Famous Characters in Real, Life.
deception will be given under the direction of
J. C. OWENS
Manatee celery growers are get
ting as high as $3 per crate for their
product.
Star Theatre
Program for Tonight:
CLEVER BEYOND HER TEARS.
(Eclipse.)
LOST TEARS.
(Essanay.)
NINETY AND NINE.
(Vitagraph.)
Tonight the grand concert by thu
Metropolitan Company ot New York
a i the opera house.
Music lovers of Lakeland will, no
doubt, fill the opera house tonight
to hear the great organization from
New York, who are to give one of
their select programs. These artists
have had a most phenomenal succes
during their southern tour. Miss
Gerwing, the young violin virtuoso,
has been considered one of the great-
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W. Fiske Johnson
REAL ESTATE
Loar s Negotiated
Buys and Sella Real Estate. Orang
e Grove Property a Specialty.
ROOM 7. RAYM0ND0 BUILDING
DANCING ACADEMY.
After March I, the class social
dances will be held on Tuesday eve
ning of each week, instead ot Wed
nesday evenning. Tho club dance
will be held on Wednesday evening.
This is a private club dance, and is
limited to the members who have
heretofore met In the Odd Fellowa"
Hall on Wednesday evening. Friday
evening of each week the Lenox
dancing club will meet. This ii a
private club and limited to thirty
members.
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MISS JOSEPHINE GERWING.
Violin Virtuoso.
-AT
tierron Theatre
MONDAY, MARCH 4th.
At 3 p. m.
Ditft fcrrct llz DeJe!
Atnlssoa: 5 2nd 10c
0OOO0Oa00fl0OO
SMITH fiSTEITZ
Real Estate of All Kfcds
(loons 19-23
flayco: tzj
Ttt OwKfs Price is C:r Price
est violinists on the concert stage,
and so were the other artists. The
following Is the' program:
Suite op. 44 Violin and I'iano
(Schutt) Miss Gerwing, Mr. Ite-
barer.'
Aria, "Queen Of Sheba" (Gounod)
Miss Rlchey.
La Boheme "Aria di Rurolpho"
(Puccini) Mr. Pranski.
Scotch Poem; Novelette; Polonaise
(MacDowell) Mr. Rebarer.
The Lass with the Delicate Air
(Arne); Aus Mcinen Grossen Sen-
meraen (Franx) Miss Richey.
Ave Maria ( Schubert-WilhelmJ);
Elfentanx (Popper-Halir) Miss
Gerwing.
Pagliacci "Vesta la Gubba" (Leonca
vallo); Still Wie die Nacht (Bohm)
Mr. Pranski.
Walts Caprice (Bertha Remick);
Revolutionary Etude (Chopin) Mr.
Rebarer.
Duet, "Samson et Delilah" (Saint
Saens) Miss Richey, Mr. Pranski.
NEW MARKET
MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY
STORE.
Lakeland Opera House )
FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 1st U
GRAND CONCERT
UY THE
Metropolitan Concert Co.,
New York
Artists:
Victor Pranski, Tenor
Margaret Richey, Soprano
Josephine Gerwing. Violiniste
John Rebarer, Pianist
RESERVED SEATS: 50c, 75c and $1 00
Seats Now on Sale. Becker Bros. & Co. Piano Used
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Evening Telegram's Theatre Party.
You can get It by writing a vers ihnnt p...i nuA..
my and the Mumming Bird." the attraction at the Herron Theater. Mon
day, March 11. The writer of the best vprao will Ka .
aeau; tho winners ot second prlxe two $1.00 seats; third priae two It
seats; fourth price one $1.60 seat, and fifth priie one 1 atat Out of
town readers can compete as well as city readers. Each verse moat t
accompanied by an Evening Telegram Theater Partr Coupon and na
the Telegram office by Saturday. March 9. at 9 o'clock a. m
Good Keata. TVmIi RmMrlH
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