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THE EVENING TELEGRAM LAKELAND, FLA., MARCH 2. 1912
Protect Home Industry
By leaving the money at Home. Did 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 MssfsstosM EsumlkeiFS IimsiiiiiPSiimcEcB C.
An old line Legal 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
ft This is to certify that this Bank has a contract with The American Bankers Insurance Co., of Chicago, whereby all monies it
receives for Life Insurance in this section will be left with this bank and invested locally. E. O. FLOOD, Cashier
n
Those Who
Come and Go
A Kiisniiiocnt cluster of grape
i:;: r. seined us by Mr. E. II.
.)!, tiiiri murning. They were
oiuM iii liy liis pn tty little daugh-
r. wiiii-u made them all the more
li'uMe.
EDISONIA
t-rs tonight a very fine military
ama adapted and produced from
f jhu m of the name. This Is a
turo that we think will pleaua
u.
Also, the first of a new comedy
riM by the Nestor Company under
title of "Desperate Desmond.
f is is a howling farce, satirizing
" stage melodrama. A good pic-
Ire b- Thanhauser completes a very
Nig program. Dante's Inefrno, 11-
IstratM lecture March 6 and 7, and
fat fnrect the baby show begins
larch 11.
Mr. W. II. Kolb, who lives on the
old Forbes property, presented this
oflloe with a number of fine grape
fruit and oranges, yesterday, which
were very fine indeed, the oranges
especially being very sweet and jui
cy.
While skating at the rink yester
day Urban Spearman had the mis
fortune to fall and break his arm.
It was giveri prompt medical atten
tion and is getting along as well as
could be expected,
Samples of magnificent grapefruit
and oranges from the grove of Mr.
S. Xt. Stephens, on Merritt's Island,
on the Kast Coast, have commanded
the admiration of visitors to our
ofilco today. They were presented
us by Mr, (1. V. Itogan, and were
much appreciated.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. May have
as their guests today, Mr. and Mrs,
C. D. Norton, of South Orange, N.
J Mr. R. B. Smith, of Norristown,
Pa., Miss Edith Ramsey, of Philadel
phia, and Mrs. W. S. Schelllnger, ot
Wyncote, Pa. The party are spend
ing some time with Mrs. L. A. Red
field, of the Gapway groves near
Auburndale.
Mrs. Gray arrived this morning
from the North and has apartments
at the home of Mrs. S. P. Smith.
Mrs. Gray Is the grandmother of Mr.
Ray Palmer, who has a .position tn
Mr. Chunn's office. She will be tn
Lakeland for about two months.
EDISONIA
The Pioneer Picture House
of Lakeland.
Mrs. Loflln, accompanied by Marie
Wilson and Charles Wilson, of Dar
tow, came over this morning and
are spending the day with their
friend, Mrs. T. L. Waring.
NEW AUTOMOBILE AGENCY.
BABY SHOW BEGINS MARCH 11.
PROGRAM TONIGHT.
THEIR BURGLAR.
(Drama.)
DESPERATE DESMOND ABDUCTS
ROSAMOND.
(Farce Comedy.)
THE DRUMMER BOY OF SHILOH.
(Military Drama.)
ADMISSION M eti
TJHILDREN under 12 5 cU
f.
io C STEVENS
Lakeland,
O. A full line of
Jewelery, Silver
ware and Cut
Class always on
hand for you to
select from:
JEWELER
Florida
(L The largest
and most com
plete line of
Watches ever
brought to Lake
land now on dis
play.
C Our Repair Department is the best. Each piece of work
done nrnmntlv aeirl rfo fit IKronH Af WAYS GUAR ANTPPn
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BOOKER WASHINGTON'S
VISIT JO LAKELAND
Principal Washington will arrive
In Lakeland Tuesday morning at
7:47, coming direct from Tampa and
will remain here until 5:40, when
he will leave on train No, 28 for
Orlando.
Accompanying Principal Washing
ton on his tour will be a distinguish
ed party of representative men.
among whom are Hon. John C' Na
pier, Register o the Treasury,
Washington; Dr. George Hall, mem
ber of the Provident Hospital staff,
Chicago; Charles Banks, Cashier
rank of Mound Bayou, Mound Bay
ou, Miss.; Bishop George W. Clinton,
A. M. E. Zlon Church; Dr. R. E.
Park, Boston; Dr. M. W. Gilbert,
President Selma University; Mr.
Horace D. Slatter, general newspa
per correspondent, Hopklnsvllle,
Ky.; Mr. Alain LeRoy Locke, Rhodes
Oxford Scholarship student, Phila
delphia.
Dr. Washington. Hon. John C. Na
pier, Mr. M. M. Lewey, Mr. Nathan
Hunt, Mr. Emmett Scott will be
guests of Rev. A. L. Brunson, on
Lake Wire, 'phone 64-Black.
Dr. M. W. Gilbert, Major R. R.
Morton. Dr. George C. Hall, Mr
Richard Carroll will be entertained
a', the home of Mr. If. W. Rigliam,
North Florida avenue.
Mr. W. T. Andrews, Mr. John Mer
rick, Mr. R. I,. Smith and Mr. Alain
LeRoy Ixtcke will be entertained at
the home ot Rev. T. T. Gaines, New
York avenue.
Dr. J. A. Kenney, Mr. J. B. Bell,
and Dr. S. C. Elbert will be guests
of Mrs. G. W. McCray, New York
avenue.
The address of Dr. Washington
will take place at the baseball park
at 12': 30 p. m.
Tickets for Dr. Washington's lec
ture may be purchased at the Lake
and Central Pharmacies.
COMMITTEE.
I am preparing to open an auto
mobile agency in Lakeland, having
closed contracts with the Penn Mo
tor Car Company, who aro manufac
turers of one of the best lines of cars
on the market.
I will handle roadsters and tour
ing cars, etc. Cars are nobby in ap
pearance, but tlielr chief claim to
favor is satisfactory service. Ask
Dr. Griffin, who has had one In al
most perpetual motion for several
months. Mr. Barhite has one also,
and Dr. C. W. Love, has 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.
D. 11. SLOAN.
BUSIER BROWN AND TIGE
Are Coming to LAKELAND. They will hold a Grand
Reception to which old and young
are cordially invited
Admission Absolutely Free
Come and see these Famous Characters in Real Life.
Reception will be given under the direction of
J. C. OWENS
AT
Star Theatre
Program for Tonight:
SAVED FROM THE TORRENTS
(Essancy.)
TOLD IN COLORADO.
(Selig.)
SHIPWRECKED.
(Selig.)
Herron Theatre
MONDAY, MARCH 4th.
At 3 p. m.
Don't forget The Date!
Central Pharmacy
For Drugs, Toilet Articles, Candies,
Sodas, Cigars and Tobaccos .: :: ::
QUALITY
Q:ick, Proapt rJ Polite Service Ptons 25
WE DEFT C0XPETITIG3
in the matter of both quality and
prices for lumber. Tou can match
our qualities and you can match our
price but not both together. To get
the same quality you must pay mora.
If you pay the same you get an in
ferior grade of lumber. We have
won our way by proving this propo
sition again and again.
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A.
Atnisson: 5 end 10c
PAUL & VAYfflER LU.1BER CO.
Lakeland. Florida.

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