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IE EVEXIXG ELEGRAM LAF ELAND. FLA., APRIL 1, 1912.
PAGE TWO.
4 4 Ii4 1 1' till 1 1 I H 4 VM'M':
Always. In
The Lead
! That's What We
Aim To Be
ELIMINATE
DISTANCE 1
Always in the load, when
it comos to fresh, pure,
full-strength drugs, toi
let article?, sundries, and
all drug (tore merchan
dise. You'll be satisfied
when you deal at our
store for our service Is
pleasing In every way.
Phone
Your
Order
1
Don't try your temper or
patience, simply go to $
your telephone and call
C-v and you will be con
netted with our Special
Order Department. What
ever your particular de
sire may be, we'll take
care of it with satisfac
tory goods and satisfac
tory service.
HENLEY de HENLEY
THE WHITE DRUG STORE
Lakeland Artificial Stone Works
Near Electric Light Plant
MAKES
RED CEMENT PRESSED BRICK
CALL AND SEE THEM. CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
Crushed Rock. Sand and Cement for Sale
BUILDING BLOCKS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
12 and 18 inch Drain Tile for Sidewalk, Gate Posts, Flower
Monndi, Etc.
Good Stock on Hand WE Deliver Free of Charge
H. B. ZIMMERMAN. Proprietor.
c
It's a Delight to Sit Down
to a Ujur piano. And it's a delight
to the listener as well as the player.
Years of piano building experience
and study are embodied in the Iljur
Bros. It is a piano that will last a life
t'me and be sweet and Hon at the
end. Ask for our special payment
plan.
PERRY-THARP-BERRY
MUSIC CO.
-The Professions-
DR. SAMUEL F. SMITH
SPECIALIST
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Glasses Scientifically Prescribed
'Phone: Ollice HI, Residence 22
Bryant Uldg, Lakeland, Fla.
DR. W. S. IRYIN
DENTIST
., Established in July, 1900
Rooms 14 and 15 Kentucky Building
Phones: Offloo 180; Residence 84
Dr. Sarah E. Wheeler
OSTEOPATH PHYSICIA
Rooms 5, 0 and 17, Bryant Building
Lakklakd
DR. R. R. SULLIVAN,
PHYSICIAN
Special attentioa given to Surgery
and Gynecology
Kentucky Building 'Pone 132
LAKELAND. FLA.
DR. W. R. GROOVER,
physician and surgeon.
RtKims 3 and 4 Kentncl'V Huili'ln
t,KRLKD. Ktomnn.
R. B. HUFFAKER,
Attorney-at-Law
rtoor 7 Stuart Uldg. Bartow, Fla.
JNO. S. EDWARDS
Attorney-at-Law.
Office in Munn Building
LAKELAND, FLORIDA.
J. B. Streatcr C. F. Kennedy
STREATER & KENNEDY
Contractors and Builders.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Let U talk with you about
your building large or small
Telephone 169, or 104 Blue.
-GEORGE T. HOLDER
Master of Dancing.
0 Private Lessons. $
ORANGE HALL. 'PHONE 330-RED.
FRED T. WILLIAMS. C. E.
Special attention s'ven to design and
construction of Sewerage
and Water Works
System.
Sanford . Eorida.
C. M. TRAMMEL!,
Attorney-at-Law.
Offices. Bryant Buildiug
Lakeland. Fla.
ROGERS & BLANTON
Lawyers.
Bryant Bloek, 'Phone 319
Lakeland, Fla.
TUCKER dc TUCKER,
Lawyers
Raymondo Bldg.
Lakeland, CTorlda
G. D. & H. D. MENDENHALL
Civil Engineers and Architects
Rooms 212-215 Drane Bldg.
LAKELAND, FLA.
Phosphate land examination. Sur
veys, examination, reports.
Blueprinting.
Greatly Improved Phonograph.
A new duplex phonograph has been
Introduced in Paris and by its means
It is possible to have a continuous per
formance, without break, for hours.
The whole opera of Carmen was thus
produced, CO odd records being used.
Well Described.
A little Newton girl who had been
to the dentist to have a tooth extract
ed, thus described her experience:
"The man grabbed hold with a pair ot
tongs, and Just before It killed me
the tooth corned out." Boston Transcript
IVIIV A CHEf OtlS
$10,000 A YEAR
.Hjtiit.- people an Mill astoi.i.-In-d
uheii they bear thai a good .
liiavv.s a salary of Slo.tH'U a year. It
aa easily lie Miown that a chef who
i ves a large hotel may easily !.
worth this Mini or more, says an i-
lit-t in the Minneapolis Tribune.
Many New York hotels are payiir
from m,4mm to $ir..H'Hi a year Ur
their chefs.
The good chef must be a natural
ist, an e.onouii.-t, a disciplinarian,
a butcher, an artist, a sculptor an.!
an epicure.
He is a naturalist because of tii
intimate knowledge of all kinds of
meat animals; birds, both wild and
domestic; fish, irustaceous and
shell ; of lruits, vegetables, spices
and condiments.
He must know in what season
each kind of food is at its best; in
what country or section it is pro
duced. l"e must be an anatomist because
i: is necessary to know the local Lin
of every bone and joint in animals,
birds and fish which lie handles. In
seme dishes small birds, such as
quail, have all their bones removed.
and this requires a special know
lege of anatomy
He must be an economist, because
upon his ability iu this way de
pends the profitableness of the hotel.
He knows that potatoes, be they
ever so cheap, should be peeled wit'i
as little waste as possible. A largo
hotel uses about 50 bushels a day.
and the net profit will be increased
$:!.(MMi to l,00 a year by a chef
who uses potatoes economically as
compared with one who doesn't.
Then there are cases where live
dozen eggs will answer the purpose
ot ten dozen, provided they are
properly handled by the chef, and
the dish be iu no way impaired. The.
same principle applies to milk,
butter and hundreds of supplies thai
pass through the cook's bunds daily.
He must be a disciplinarian, lie.
cause the success of the hotel de
pends upon each man doing his
work properly. If a banquet is
scheduled for a certain hour, it is
in possible for a chef to be over
seeing every department at the tsam!
time. He must have trained his
men to do their work promptly
without overseeing.
This kitchen discipline is vital,
tor if anything is made ready to
soon its attractive appearance and
flavor are injured. It it is late, the
trouble is equally serious. Each
course is prepared by a different de
partment and must be finished ou
the moment, so that It may be sent
to the banqueters without interrup
tion of the scheduled time of ser
vice.
The chef in a great hotel has up
ward of a hundred skilled assist-
nits, with as many more unskilled
ones. ine skilled included sauce
cooks, vegetable cooks, Ice cream
makers, confectioners, butchers,
carvers, salad makers, etc.
The i-lie? must be a butcher, b.-
tause he must know how to cut un
liirsie pieces of meat into steaks,
( hops, roasts. Mew, etc.
In storing foods the good chof
knows I hat raw lish must not como
in contact with iron or tin; that
m.ttcr or milk must be kept iu
separate compartments, cheese in
another and meat in another, and
extracts, olive oil and syrup must
be kept iu a dark, cool place or their
delicate flavor will be Impaired.
in the preparation of certain
sauces including brodclais and piqu
ante, evaporation plays an important
part in producing the necessary
flavor. Others, Including bcrnaise.
and mayonnaise, are made by emul
sifylng the ingredients. If they are
not sealed at the proper tempera
ture the cook's work has gone for
nothing.
j" l""": . ,g rJZSs
WftillftanEvitnitiiinfl
Iu u vr vivyiii i u vr I villi
BUT
H
Reputations
WE clean gloves, bathrobes, ladies'
clothes of all kinds, men's suits,
fancy vests, velvet slippers; in fact all
wearing apparel.
Besides, rugs, comforts and blankets,
and return them absolutely free from any
odors of oil.
Express paid on all orders for $10.00
or over.
Manhattan
Drj Gleaning
243 Riverside
Avenue
Company
JACKSONVILIE
FLORIDA
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
County Officers.
B.
Clerk A. B. Ferguson, Bartow.
Supt Public Instruction T.
Kirk, Bartow.
Sheriff John Logan, Bartow.
County Judge W. S. Preston,
Bartow.
Tax Collector J. If. Lancaster,
Out-of-the-Way German Inns.
Germany probably holds the record
for out-of-the-way inn names. Iterlln
alone can boast the "Angry Louise,"
the Comfortable Lamb." the "Cold
Frog," the -Dirty Parlor," the "moody
Bones," the "Hovers' Den," the Four-Hundred-Weight
Man" and the "Mu
sical Cats," whilst a suburban land
lord, whose house stands near :i ceme
tery and is a popular "p'.ill up" for
mourners, has dubbed it, very appro
priately, the "Last Tear."
Their Frobab!e Life Tenure.
According to insurance figures,
when the wife dies first the husband
will survive nine years; but when the
husband is first to go the wife sur
vives 11 years.
Good Character.
The Ideal man is one that possesses
a good character In the full sense ot
the word. One that will not only be
a good provider, but that will by acts
of thoughtfulness appreciate the value
of a good woman, find praise ror her
virtues and good qualities, and be her
companion for life. Ambitious In his
business, and one who finds Joy la
making others happy.
H.
A.
Bartow.
Tax Collector F. M. Lanier. Bar
tow. Treasurer J. T. Harmon, nartow.
County Commissioners. E. S
Whldden, Ch'm., Mulberry; A. J.
Lewis, Bartow; It. F. Langford, Ft.
Meade; J. E. Bryant, Kathleen; T.
F. Holbrook, Lakeland.
School Board. R. W. Hancock,
Ch'm., Fort Meade; W. J. J. Whld
den, Bartow; J. A. Cox, Lakeland:
T. B. Kirk, Secretary, Bartow.
State Senator D. H. Sloan, Lake
land.
Members of House A. J. Angle,
Bartow; Geo. Fortner. Pierce.
City Officers.
Mayor S. L. A. Clonts.
('Phone 310-Red.)
Clerk and Tax Collector,
Swatts.
Treasurer and Assessor.
Armistead.
Collector of Light and Water, C
D. Clough.
Marshal, V. II. Till is.
Night Watchman, F. L. Franklin.
Municipal Judge, Gen. J. A. Cox.
City Attorney, Epps Tucker, Jr
Keeper of Park. Neil MeLcod.
Members of Council Morris G.
Munn, Chairman; V. p. Pillars.
VIce-Chairman; Messrs. O. M.'
Eaton, G. E. Soutl.ard, R. . Scip- j
per, W. II. Pugh, P. B. Haynes. 1
The following standing com
mittees for the year were appointed:
Finance ar.d Fire. Messrs. Eaton.
Pillans, Haynes. j
Light and Water, Messrs. Haynes,
Pillans and Southard.
Streets, Messrs. Scipper, South
ard, Haynes.
Ordinance, Messrs. Southard, Pugh
and Scipper.
Sanitary, Messrs.. Pugh, Eaton.
Scipper.
Public Improvement and Cemetery.
Messrs. Pillans, Eaton, Pugh.
State Officers.
Governor A. W. Gilchrist, Talla
hassee. '
Secretary ot State H. Clay Craw
ford, Tallahassee.
Comptroller W. V. Knott, Talla
hassee. Treasurer J. C. Luning, Talla
hassee. Attorney-General Park M. Tram
mel!, Tallahassee.
Commissioner of Agriculture W.
A. McRae, Tallahassee.
Supt. of Public Instruction Wm.
M. Holloway, Tallahassee.
Railroad Commissioners R. Hud
son Burr, Chairman; Newton A.
Blitch, Royal C. Dunn. W. C. Yon.
Secretary. All communications
should be addressed to Tallahassee.
President of the Senate Fred P.
Cone, Lake City.
Colors In Granlt.
A peculiar characteristic cf TieSrf
England granite veins Is the fart fit
three distinct colors of grani:
be found in as many states ;::k
Massachusetts, gray in nrtc'iaf
and green In Vermont, drn ra.
Is something of s curiosity !ea.tt
Its rarity. The largest ou: ;:;.r? of'i
variety to be found ar.ylf- n
those which support the i! '
library of Columbia tit::.r-:y
Where Strength Is Needed.
It is one thing to "i.I.iv the i-.mm"
before applnudim: tlion--n ,u
quite another to do it in tl. ordinary
quiet concerns uf dailv life
Novelist Was the Fami'y C.:.
Fanny Ilurney, '
first woman writ' r- ..-
"little dunce" by h. r ;
he sH?tiieil to K::"
other children in t!
not know the A i;
nine years old. li :
"Evelina" was wi it. 1
and won her much : .
Intoxicants From Many Sources.
Intoxicating liquors have been made
from the sap of the birch, the willow,
the poplar and the sycamore.
Napoleon Almost at
It was just a eh:"
poleon from Iwirg 1 '
j Subject. lie W;iS I o! '
ems. on t on ica. ati ;
Mediterranean. A ! 1
Napoleon's birth the r.
the English to rule ovc
Britons refused.
FOR SALE
City, Suburban and Country Properties,
Homes, Groves, Farms at Real Values
Flood & Hendrix, Owner
s
CLING TO
that vol .
any
i uvi::ii:
nionty for p'" r - -pre
for busii:- -Our
kind of taK
delicatessen and '"
rivalled in vari-'.
quality and r
Better see us when
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