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IV.VAEtNCLL HT .ISO HEAVY HAULING HOUSEHOLD MOVING A ' SPECIAITY 5ES AND MULES FOE HIRE Office 109; Res., 57 Green. For Little Sisters to the Mermaid IT'S 6-H1-1 USE IT The Cost of Living is Great heat. After sh-lvino Aftor the bath. As a f are nrwHr. A a foot powder. Really indispensa ble. In sifter top cans. At drug gists, 15 cents. Unless You Know Where to Buy IF YOU KNOW For Sale in Lakeland by HENLEY & HENLEY DABS AND A LIGHT SIDE . THE EVENING TELEGRAM LAK ELAND, FLA., JULY 13, 1914. i I ill Bar I i harness question. The dark la presented to the man who lis harness from a picture and the real thing far different, ight side is experienced by the who comes here, selects from irness Itself and gets full value 9 money. "V Be wise and get on ight side. I Linen and mummy laprohes, and full line of har ind saddlery. Repairing done tiy.sr;.!s?:;.:::-'.. IcGLASHAN IR AD IN THIS PAPER Reschas Every Home of the Town Are You Getting Satisfactory Results with your KODAK Come in and let us explain the successful way to make good pictures. Your summer's trip will be pleasantly remembered by the use of a good kodak. "The Red Cross Pharmacy" "The Kodak Store" "ON THE CORNER" A complete assortment of "Cranes" Stationery FEW BREAKFAST j FOODS I. W. Biscuit uffed Rice uf fed Wheat Jrape Nuts Cornflakes )atmeal EVERY little girl has a right to play in the water and to learn to swim and be as much at home in it as her brother is. The adventurous spirit of boyhood takes him out with his fel lows and if water is within reach he is apt to learn to swim. Girls make splendid swimmers, and the mere knowledge that they possess this ac complishment keeps them from get ting panicky when joining in the water sports of their companions. The most noted swimmer in this country is Miss Annette Kellerman. Quite likely there are numbers of men who swim as well and have as much endurance. Rut no one of them can do better, and no one of them can look half as well as this sister to the mermaids, the exercise develops all the muscles of the body in the most uniform manner. The pleasure of swimming and the tonic of cool water are both healthful. Nothing could be better designed for the little girl's water sports than the simple oneplece garment shown in the picture. It is cut in two pieces, consisting of the perfectly plain waist and the bloomers. Hut these two pieces are machine-stitched together in the finished garment. Brilliantine or mohair, in a good quality, is about the most appropriate material for these bathing suits. Whatever material is used for the Buit, or for trimming, must be shrunk. Blue In bright, strong tones, or gray or certain shades of green and red, will all stand the water and sun. But the old reliable combination of blue in a bright navy trimmed with white braid cannot be improved upon for good looks or durability. Small pearl buttons make a fine bit of finishing used with white mohair braid. The little rubber-cloth caps are to be had in all the bright colors and in checked and spotted patterns. These caps are made also in plaids and stripes in brilliant colors. They are usually bought ready made. As the rubber cloth may be bought it is a good idea to add an odd bit of trim ming made of it, to distinguish the cap from others. One can keep an eye on the small wearer, If her cap is recognizable, and allow her more free dom in her water play. JULIA BOTTOMLEY. Effective All-Crape Costume Also Fancy Georgia Peaches Fruits and Vegetables. P. PILLANS & CO. Pure Food Store. Phone 93-94 I 4 V. K. Jackson W. K. mcKae JACKSON & McRAE REAL ESTATE targe Listing -Always Some Bargains KIMBROUGH & SKINNER IRRIGATION CO. WATER THE EARTH TO rait conditions. No better irigation In existence. J. W. Klm irough, of Lakeland, Florida has the management of the State f Florida. Cuba, Bahama Isl nds, Allplnes, West Virginia, North Carolina, 8outh Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. Any me Interested In irrigation can obtain information by writing him r the company. They are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. Kimbrough and Skinner Irrigation Co., I AUFI AVn Fl ADini Will Sacrifice For Cash Ten acres truck land, one lot near school house; also l new six room house one acreof land. j THE use of crape in the decoration of costumes designed for mourn ing wear led up to its use in the mak ing of dress accessories. Then came the all-crape blouse and now we have the all-crape gown. This is an ex treme of the style which is very strik ing inasmuch as it Is so unusual. But there is no good reason why so beautiful a fabric as crape should not be used in the making of gowns. Neckpieces, muffs and other acces sories made of it proved how adapt able it is for garments as well as millinery. This gown is cut with a rather nar row draped underskirt and an outer garment having a rather long basque, which gives the effect of a tunic. This is worn over an under-bodice of plaited white chiffon having a high collar In black. There is a girdle of folded crape and the ornaments, which simulate large buttons, are made of narrow folds of crape also. In trimming garments made of this rich fabric, folds, covered cords, tucks and plaits, very neatly made of the material, provide the best of all dec orations. There is something about the distinctive character of this un usual product which precludes much ornamentation. In the construction of apparel for mourning It should be borne In mind that extremes of style are Inappro priate. Conservative designs In dresses and hats are in good form always and in mourning costumes they are imperative. In the matter of decoration, also, the forms that show careful workman ship and express a sedateneBa in choice are consistent and therefore beautiful. In millinery there Is a wider range in choice of trimmings, but, after all, none looks so well as forms of flow ers, buckles or ornaments made up In crape used with neatly laid folcB and plaits. JULIA BOTTOMLEY. The selection will be the best The variety unmatched The quality unsurpassed The price the lowest All these you find at our store Just trade with us This settles the question of living Beit Butter, per pound.... ,L. .ai .40 Sugar, 17 pounds . ,w . ,K, ,:e 1.00 Cottolene, 10 pound palls .1 1.46 Cottolene, 5 pound palls .(0 4 pounds Snowdrift Lard ;. .u II Snowdrift, 10 pound pails . ...l.II 8 cans family else Cream .., ... 21 5 cans baby size Cream 21 1-2 barrel beet Flour ...I. 0 12 pounds best Flour . .41 Octogon Soap, 6 for 26 Ground Coffee, per pound .11 6 gallons Kerosene .11 E. G. TWEEDELL Quality and Shoe fitting Count When Buying Shoes THIS is WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU BUY YOUR SHOES FROM US Bring Your Feet Here Dulton-HarrisCo. Toot Fitters 125 Kentucky Ave. Phone 358-Blue. We repair shoes hlle you wait with latest factory machinery Ten million miles of advertising. A half-million Fords, averaging twenty tiilcs a day, circle the world four hundred timtes every twenty-four hours. If the car wasn't right this tremendous publicity would put the Company out of business. The Ford is its own best salesman. A demonstration is a revelation take yours to-day. Runabout $500. Touring Car Town Car $750 f. o. b. Detroit, plete with equipment. $55- com- Lakeland Automobile & Supply Co. Lakeland. Fla. MANN PLUMBING CO. j PHONE 257, PINE ST.