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If AGE SIX. t "Mill 1 1 n i rrllCTi' f EDEKAL OFTICE ASPIRANTS We will cut the price on all our Ladies' Suits beginning TODAY. Call at once and see the prices we are offer ing. fWe appreciate your calls. MUMELL & S1A1RIP , GOOD TALKERS AO GOOD WRITERS is the when W it) '!: election 'f Woodrow i ' WiNon !o the presidency comes the ' ,:o0(1 bikers are rarely good writ uriaiiiiy cf diaiws iu the higher jTS- and vUe versa- Goo(1 talkers are e ili.iitl i-omiUhib. which have beeni1-0-1 wno fiU UP the conversational by iatl ieutial members of the ! A conversational gap i.. ...;. -in nartv for th iiant !. . alwnre of talk. Gaps come t!.i, v.ars. These offices are not t'"Kht 'a8- Talkers must be ready ,.niv niH.nsible and honorable, but ' to JumD riht in nd flH UP he saps art Mtfficiently remunerative as make gaps; gaps, which or no surprise at the rush of aspi- raust oe usea ior concentrated meai rants to the Democratic "pie-coun-' tation, after which comes the writ ten result or mat meaitauon. uooa (3 ! without thinking. nake them attractive to the average! t,ooa wnie " itizcn. tience were neea be little b11 uuv 1 talkers must stop talking when they commence to write. This is always hard for them. Good writers are too careful what they say to consent to fill sudden talking gaps with mere chatter. i This may make it clear to many a woman why her literary ambitions ere so slow to materialize. Life. ter. The first position that will be de clared vacant is Collector of Internal Revenue at the port of Jacksonville. This is now held by Joe Lee, the col ored leader of the State g. o. p. Doubtless there will be a small army of applicants for this berth, which U regarded as about the most desir able in all Florida. Hon. Hayes Lewis, the Jackson county politician, who has long labored In the ranks of progressive Democracy, and who' is one of the original Wilson men, Is ' a candidate, and in bis efforts to land this big appointment he wit! have the cordial endorsement and enthusiastic support of the mostj powerful political iqfluences of the State. j Another position of preferment soon to be vacated is that of Restate of the Land Office at Gainesville, m t e r ll 1 now neia oy non. neary a. nuon. ; if.an of Berrein( Michigan, are non who for years past has had the of-1 r(.8identg of the state of Florida, the ficial party patronage in his control. I (1( fendant8 named jn thc blI1 of com. Hon. Perry M. Colson hopes to sue- ajnt ceed Mr. Chubb. Mr. Colson is not There ,8 no perBon within lne only the most genial of men, but Is State of Florlda( tne service of a Bub. admirably qualified to fill the posi-; p(iena upon whom woujd blnd Bald tion he seeks. He has had ample ex- defl.ndaIIt. and that the said de- IX THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY IN CHANCERY. J. H. Hempel vs. R. B. Huffaker, Special Master in Chancery, et al. It appearing by the affidavit of E. Tucker, Sr., In the above stated cause that Franklin Trust Company, a cor poration under the laws of Pennsyl vania of the City of Franklin, and J. M. Crlchlow, of Titusvllle, Penn sylvania, St. Joseph's Iron Works, a corporation under the laws of Mich- 'Diamonds The Best Christinas GiftA mwS Is there any gift for a man or woman so acceptable, so much 2:sired, or so permanently valuable as a really fine diamond? If you wish to confer upon anyone this most beautiful of Christ mas gifts or to have for your own use the very finest grade of Blue White stone in any setting you wish, our stock will supply you. We have a large assortment of sizes and values, mounted and unmounted, will make mountings to suit the purchaser. "We are known as the DIAMOND Store." Owen-Cotter Jewelry Co. 613 Franklin Street TAMPA Phonei 1300 and 1079 FLORIDA perience in the land office, and hU vide knowledge of property throughout, the State would stand him in good stead in the conduct of the office. He has the support of many leading Democrats, so his prospects for landing the the ap pointment are very good indeed. For the high position of United States district attorney for the Nor thern district of Florida Hon. Worth . Trammell is a candidate. Mr. Trammell is one of the most able young Democrats of the South. He lias served as legislator, as assistant ettorney-general, and he is now as slstant district attorney. His record if clean throughout, and is of such fi ndants are over the age of twenty one years; it is therefore ordered tli at said defendants be and are herein- required to appear to the bill o! complaint filed in said cause on or Ix fore Monday, the 6th day of Jan uary, A, D. 1913, otherwise the al ligations of said bill will be taken tit. confessed by said defendants. It is further ordered that said or der be published once a week for , live consecutive weeks in the Lake land Evening Telegram, a newspaper published in said county and State. I This 6th day of December, A. D. 11)12. A. B. FERGUSON, Clerk Circuit Court. exalted character as to have ever TUCKER ft TUCKER, J ' We have an immense line of fiber jft suitcases and hand bags that we are V oKerln8 at the following low prices: Mpjty ' 24 inch suitcases $1.50 j5 L 18 incn suitcases 1.00 J ,if 16 inch suitcases 75 f 'f IT h 16 inch hand bags 1.00 ly 'V 18 inch hand begs 1.60 w .Trst the thing for light-weight hand bat-Rase. Properly made and neat inappearance. man oraers nucd same day as received. been marked by faithful service, brilliantly and satisfactorily per formed. He Is a brother of Hon. Park M. Trammell, Florida's next governor. Here's trusting that Worth Trammell will secure the of fice he seeks and so well merits. Hon. A. J. Angle Is an aspirant for the position of collector of cus toms for the port of Tampa. Mr. Angle is a recognized leader of the progressive Democracy" In Florida. In the recent campaign he was a big factor, being president of the first Woodrow Wilson Club in Florida. He was also chairman of the National Finance Committee for Florida, and gave freely of his time and means for the Wilson contest. As a legis lator he was ever found on the side of the people. His work for the par ty and the State entitles him to re cognition at the hands of the coming administration, and his friends truBt to Bee him hold the lucrative office he is seeking. Palatka Herald. Dawson Sr Thornton 514 Franklin Street. Phone 505 Dawson and Thornton Building, Tampa, Florida. $ n a I Another shipment of those delicious I Peanut Butter Kisses have ar- AX.TT4 rivea. wnen wanting something in candies don't forget them. 5c Sack. H. O. DENNY PLJO NT OOfi ftaiignmenti 50 J. S. Stanton & Co You Btnker. eciltj WH0ISAI PRODUCE MempMl, leni. Oranges, Grapefruit, and Veoetablec IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, POLK COUN TY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. David Alderman vs. William Car ney and B. II. Ray. Bill to Re move Cloud from Title. It appearing by the affidavit of W. S Preston in the above stated cauBe that William Carney and B. H. Ray, the defendants named in the bill of complaint, are non-residents of the Siate of Florida, but are residents of the United States. That there is no person within the Slate of Florida, the service of a sub poena upon whom would bind said defendants and that the said defend ants are over the age of twenty-one years; it is therefore ordered that said non-resident defendants be and tLey are hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint filed in said cause on or before Monday, the 6th day of January, A. D. 1913, other wise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by said defend ants. It is further ordered that this or der be published once a week for five consecutive weeks in the Lakeland Evening Telegram, a newspaper pub lished in said county and state. This 27th day of November n 1&12. A. B. FERGUSON'. Clerk Circuit Court W. S. PRESTON, Solicitor for Complainant. U-30 Solicitors for Complainant. Sats. Thing to Remember. Dont let the satisfaction of know WE WILL MAIL YOU $1 for each set of old False Teeth sent US. Highest prices paid for old Gold, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and Precious Stonea. Money Sent By Return Mall. Pbila. Smelting ft Refining Co. ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS 863 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. TO DENTISTS We will buy your Gold Pilings. Gold Scrap, and Platinum. High est prices paid. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, POLK COUN TY, FLORIDA. In CHANCERY Martha A. Foote vs. VV. B. Owen, Helen M. Foote, Frederick R. Foote, Albert Foote, Charles K. Foote, W. A. Foote, W. A. Foote, Trustee. Bill to Remove Cloud from Title. It appearing by the affidavit of W. S. Preston In the above stated cause that VV. B. Owen, Helen M. Foote, Frederick R. Foote, Albert Foote, Charles K. Foote, W. A. Foote and W. A. Foote, trustee, the defendants named in the bill of complaint, are non-residents of the State of Flor ida but are residents of the United States. That there is no person within the State of Florida, the service of a subpoena upon whom would bind s&id defendants and that the said de fendants are over the age of twenty one years; it is therefore ordered that said non-resident defendants be and they are hereby required to appear t the bill of complaint filed In said cause on or before Monday, the 6th day of January, A. D. 1913. other wise the allegations of said bill will be taken as confessed by said de fendants. It is further ordered that this or der be published once a week for five consecutive weeks in the Lakeland Evening Telegram, a newspaper pub lished in said county and State. This 27th day of November, A. D 1912. A. B. FERGUSON, Clerk Circuit Court W S. PRESTON, Solicitor for Complainant. ll-30-5Sats. lYdDimWfi 11 Us your list of Holiday wants we can give you ah assortment that will sur prise you. 41 Neckwear, ;Silk Hosiery, Initial Handkerchies, Gloves, Suspenders and Belts kifferent from cnything you will see elsewhere. 1 Don't forget that we are giving Special Bargains in Suits and Pants for the Holidays. TIto(E Wwb JOSEPH LeVAY 118 Kentucky Avenue D-0 Lakeland 'XvvO0 A Snap for Quick Sale, 80 Acres As fine land as there is in Florida, one and a half mile from station; 60 acres under good wire fence 30 acres cultivated; 125 large bearing orange tree' 200 grapefruit trees, budded, 4 years old; 30 acres fine pine timber; 10 acres choice hammock land cov ered with oak: 10 acres good muck land. The first man with $2,500 cash gets this bargain, another $2,000 to be paid in one, two and three yr ar Act quick as this will not last. Call or write THE ALEX. HOIiYpEAirY CO., Lakeland, fla. CLEAN GOODS AT ALL TIMES Goldencrisp Potato Chips 10c Mapl Corn and Wheat Flakes 10c Post-Tavern Special 10 and 20c Buckwheat, Rye. Graham and Pan Cake Flour. Pare Food Store W.P.Pillans&Co.-"Ask tfca Inspector" $ 0 0 mi you Ye a good fellow keep rom from the realization th.t JL'l! ffort Is the only thing which Eet. I Rudisill ults worth while. i lsrd, J. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, POLK COUN TY. tN CHANCERY. Fannie E. Brown vs. Jessie M. Withers, ct al. Bill to Quiet Title and Re form Deeds. It appearing by the affidavit of W. S. Preston in the above stated cause that Maria Louise Lowrr Withers. R. T. Haselton, and Robert Thomas Haselton, the defendants named in the bill of complaint are non-residents of the State of Florida, u.ai aiaria Louise Lowry, James Lowry reside at Willinette. Illinois; that Warren Ambrose Wither and Rudisill reside at Chicago, Illinois; that Nettie Case Ballard and J. Har ry Ballard reside at New York, New York, all being in the United States that Jessie M. Withers resides at rans, m the republic of France, and that R. T. Haselton and Robert Thomas Haselton reside somewher In England In the Kingdom of Great Britain. That there is no person within the State of Florida, the service of a subpoena upon .whom would bind said defendants and that the said oeienaants are over the ace nf twin. ty-one years; it is therefore ordered Jam-, w e.i ' " clWie rerea Lowry, Warren Ambrose With.;, ir.T uuu-.re8iaet defendants be Wither,, Nettie Case Bal- peaVtoVh LnT' to P" Harry Ballard. Jessie 11. Kta side in the United States on or fere Monday, the 6th day of Janu ary, A. D. 1913, and the said de fendants who reside without t'::e United States on Monday, tbe S' day of February, A. D. 1913. ' wise the allegations of said bill be taken as confessed by saiJ fendants. It is further ordered that this or der be published once a week as ,J said defendants who reside in ,,Jf United States for five consecutive weeks In the Lakeland Evening T In gram, a newspaper published in county and State, and for nine con secutive weeks In the Lakeland Even ing newspaper published in ?aid county and Staje, as to those devi ants residing without the Ur'1 States. This November 30, A. D. 191 A. B. FERGUSON. Clerk Circuit Court. W. S. PRESTON, Solicitor for Complainant Mid defendants who re-jp-f ll-J0-9Satf . V 3..