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THE EVENING TELEGRAM LAKELAND, FLA., JULY 13, 1914
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Classified dvertising
FOR SALE
PARK HFuL LOTS FOR SALE ON
EASY TERMS All street clayed,
cement sidewalks, electric lights,
city water, shade trees. See Q. C.
Rogaa or S. M. Stephens. 829
MISCELLANEOUS
WANT TO BUY a fine young Jersey
cow with young calf. J. W. Scal-
2830
Hi-vng purcr,ue'i an-I subdivided
the Jt-sse Keen estate of if I acre,
one thlf alls wtrt of elty limits, w
are now teiilng In 10 an 26-aert
tract some of the Unest truck an
farm lands in this section at th
right price and terms. For partlen
lars sc &. C. Rogan, Room 1 an I.
Deen Bryant Bldg. Phone 141.
FOR SALE ir( head Jersey milch
cows. James B. Porter, Lake City,
Fla. 2829
FOR SALE At a bargain; two good
pony horses and one young Jersey
cow, with young heifer calf.
2235 D. H. SLOAN.
SWEET MILK delivered to any part
of the town, 10c. Phone 163X or
address G. A. True, Lakeland, Fla.
2817
LAKE MEW HOTEL under new
management. )(AU convenience!
good table Rates, $3 per weekj
Mrs. Woods. - 2796
POLICE CALLS
The public Is requested to phone
all night calls to police after 6 p.
m. tO Police DenartlT.pnt nhnna KR
STATE BANK OF AUBURNDALE
Auburndale, Florida
Condensed Statement of Condition at
Close of Business June 30, 1914
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts. .... $29,888.43
Banking h ouse, furni
ture and fixtures 7,688.86
Expenses 3,96al99
Cash on hand and in banks jjl.925.63
Interest paid out 1,011.62
Overdrafts ' 5.26
ICE CREAM orders delivered on Sun
day. Prompt delivery. J. M.
Ansley. Phone 214 Red. 2470
For sale on easy installments,
or will rent, one new six room
Bungalow, just west of lake
Beaulah also for rent one three
room cottage just west of Rail
road Shops.
D. H: SLOAN.
2825
FOR SALE 20 acres fine truck land
with new 5-room house with
horse, wagon, buggjs harness. T.
E. Dunbar, 411 V. Lemon St.,
Lakeland, Fla. 2823
FOR SALE Good horse, fine driver,
a bargain for cash. Box D, city.
2600
FORSALE OR TRADE FOR RfcAL
ESTATE-One five passenger tour
ing car, Oakland; one four-passenger
touring car, Cadillac.
FLORIDA & GEORGIA LAND CO.
Phone 72, Office Hotel Kibler
2785
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Work
done neatly and promptly. Room
200. Drane Bid. Phone 6 1667
FOR THE BEST REAL ESTATE IN
VESTMENT In Tampa suburban
lots, see or write L. J. Sloan,
Lakeland, Fla. 2641
$52,483.79
LIABILITIES
Capital stock (paid in) ..$15,000.00
Deposits 26,905.50
Bills payable 5,350.00
Interest, exchange and
rent 5,218.29
Cashiers' cheeks outstand
ing,,-; 'I .10.00
b6!7t;;a ajtic .-.
Z,j yw , : $52,483.79
'I, P. E: ' Braddock, cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
P. E. BRADDOCK,
Cashier.
Correct Attest:
JOHN PATTERSON.
W. G. JONES,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this the 11th day of July, 1914.
WERNER G. JONES,
Notary Public, State of Florida.
My commission expires April 17,
1917.
I HAVE THREE CARS for public
service at any and all hours. My
machines are Cadldilacs and I am
therefore fully equipped to give
my patrons the best service ob
tainable Day phone No. 65;
night. 313 Black. Fern Rocque
more. 1615
WANTED House dose In. Phone
359. 2237
M)R RENT Six-room bouse; all
modern Improvement?; ten min
utes' walk of postoffice. Low rent
to good tenant. Inquire A. J. Hol
worthy. Phone 277. 2627
FOR RENT une suite In the Ste
phens apartment house. Apply to
S. M. Stephens, city. 2383
FOR RENT-Modern six-room house.
410 East Oak St. See or phone
Dr. N. L. Bryan. 2816
FOR RENT
WANTED TO EXCHANGE For
Lakeland property (rental pre
ferred) seven thousand dollar
stork of general merchandise.
Good, clean stock. Address Box 15,
Kathleen, Fla. 2809
I Dixieland 'Lotfc
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Ill OLUM
f C.A.Jones C.T.Clark
I CRAFTSMAN REPAIR SHOP
! Repairing
of all kinds, autos. engines
fguns, bicycles. Refinish
ing our specialty, old
furniture made new. All
classes of cabinet work
'terms reasonable. f
401 West Main StPhone 57 Blalk
BIDS WANTED
Sealed bids will be received by A.
J. Holworthy, chairman of building
committee at the Board of Trade
office on July 18, 1914, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the erection of the All
Saints' church rectory at Lakeland,
Fla.
Form of estimate, plans and speci
fications may be seen at the office of
Louis A. Fort, architect, Auditorium
building, Lakeland, Fla. 2812
THINK OF IT
Kennedy.
2827
FOR RENT 6 room bunga
low, .modern conveniences on
West Lemon St. Robt H.
Rutherford, at Kimbrought Bldg.
FOR SALE $15,000 worth of pre
ferred stock in the Chautauqua
" Auditorium Association, drawing
8 per cent interest, payable semi
annually. Address J. E. Melton,
secretary. 2770
FOR RENT illouse, 6 rooms and
bath. North Florida avenue, close
in. Inquire W. P. Pillans Grocery
Store. 2371tf
FOR RENT 12-room house (Malloy
house), corner Florida avenue and
Lemon street. 2785
FLORIDA & GEORGIA LAND CO.,
Phone 72, Office Hotel Kibler
FOR RENT OR SALE Brick bunga
low with modern conveniences,
South Missouri avenue.
7-room house with modern con
veniences, South Missouri Ave.
FLORIDA & GEORGIA LAND CO.
2785
FOR RENT 6-room cottage. Apply
Mrs. S. T. Fletcher. 2494
FOR RENT OR SALE Nice 4-room
house, close In. 608 N. Vermont
avenue. Phone 309. 2799
Our Remedy. Some are Lake
land People
Over one hundred thousand have
recommended Doan's Kidney Pills
For backache, kidney, urinary ills,
Thirty thousand signed testimon
ials Are appearing now in public print.
Some of them are Lakeland people.
Some are published in Lakeland.
No other remedy shows such proof.
Follow this Lakeland woman's ex-
emple.
Mrs. A. R. Collier, 806 Orange St.,
Lakeland, says: '"I had a dull pain
in my back and had such bad dizzy
spells I could hardly see my way
about. My kidneys did not act
right. I had been reading how good
Doan's Kidney Pills were for such
troubles and I got a supply at Hen
ley & Henley's Drug Store. I began
taking them and was helped. 1 kept
right on with the remedy until I was
cured. We have recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills to other kidney
sufferers."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Collier had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo., N. Y.
The Tire Shop f
nnse a ky. kts.
Back of Central Pharmacy
VULCANIZING $
Tires and Inner Tubes. 4
Inner Tubes a Specialty. 2
All Work fjn arant.ppd ' $
All Work Guaranteed
PETE BIEWER. Mr.
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FOR SALE
Corner lot, 80 feet, on paved street, east front, orange and shade
trees, fine view of lake and close in. Get busy and see us.
The John f. Cox Realty Co.
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FOODS FOR HOT WEATHEft
Matter That Is Worthy of the Most
Careful Attention That Can Be
Given It
Much of the irritability of the human
race is caused by overindulgence in
unbalanced meals composed of badly
cooked foods.
The modern, thrifty housewife plans'
her meals so as to secure the best diet
for her family. During the hot months
heat-producing foods fats, sugar,
starches, heavy puddings and pies
and fried things should not bo eaten,
but rather those which are easily di
gested and cooling to the blood.
The business in which the bread
winner of the family is engaged must
be considered when planning the
meals. The man or woman leading
a sedentary life requires foods easp
of digestion and assimilation. This
class of people does not require as
much food as that engaged in muscu
lar labor. The latter class needs heav
ier meals, but these should be less bur
densome than in winter.
For both classes too much cannot
bo said about masticating one's food.
The teeth were made for this numosa
and many ills would disappear if food
was not bolted into the stomach, which
is too often overtaxed.
Salads rich with mayonnaise or
boiled dressing should never appear
at dinner, but be served for luncheon,
or supper. Green or fresh vegetable
salads with a simple oil and vinegar
dressing are the proper thing for din
ner at all seasons. Potatoes can ba
eliminated from the menu Borne days
and In their place substitute macaroni,
rice, hominy, beans, peas and other
starchy vegetables. Woman's World.
BABY'S NEEDS IN SUMMER
Lightness of Clothing l One of the
First Requisites During the Hot
Weather.
Warm weather is a dangerous pe
riod for children, and all mothers
dread the summer for their little ones.
As the weather grows warmer and
warmer, fewer and lighter clothes
should be worn by the baby. So
many mothers have a mistaken idea
that flannel bands must be kept
around baby's abdomen, next to the
skin, no matter what the weather.
The treatment is not only wrong, but
actually cruel.
To keep flannel next to the young
Sensitive skin whea the weather is so
hot that every turn of the little body
against the flannel causes severe ir
ritation is almost barbarous. Yet how
many mothers believe in it! There
are fewer each year, for which we
should be grateful, but still there are
left a large enough number of . such
deluded mothers to keep a great many
babies in comparative torture during
the summer time.
The little body should feel nothing
but the sheerest, softest materials
next to it. When it Is very hot the
young baby may be totally undressed,
except for his little shirt. During the
hottest hours of the day the little one
should be placed on a wide bed
dressed in this garb, or rather lack
of garb, and allowed to play or sleep
tintil the sun is setting.
FOR THIRTY DAYS
BEGINNING JULY 10th
WE Vli'L OFFER
170 DIXIELAND LOTS
at $10 Cash and $8 Per Month
NO INTEREST-NO TAXES
In Blocks of 10 Lots
We will give One Lot Free.
Prices from $125 to $200
According to Location
C Better buy now as this opportunity may
never come to you again.
G, For further information Call or Phone 72
FLORIDA AND GEORGIA LAND CO.
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CITIZEN COMMITTEE BEADY
TO HEAR COMPLAINTS
That the citizens' committee that
was selected under a resolution of
the mass meeting, June 30, is now
organized and ready to hear or have
submitted to it, any and all com
plaints of whatever character, per
taining to existing conditions of the
city in all departments, official con
duct and management of officials,
condition of streets, light and wa
ter service, sanitation, and sanitary
condition, etc. Every citizens is re
quested, and it is the duty of every
citizen of Lakeland to report in writ
ing and in person such things and
conditions as should not exist in the
city. It is your home, your city,
your interest and welfare, and your
DUTY to help the committee make
public these conditions. Report to
W. K- Jackson, chairman of the
committee, at once, and from day to
day.
W. K. JACKSON, Chairman
JOHN F. COX, Secretary.
July 8th, 1914. 6t 13
(Note This notice will be insert
ed in these columns six times, with
out charge, so that all persons inter
ested may be duly notified. Editor.)
DAY OF TlfE PARASOL
Cheap Excursion
VIA
Southern Railway
premier Carrier of the South
Monday, July 27, 1914
Round Trip Fares From
JACKSONVILLE 10
Augusta $4.00
Atlanta 6.00
Athens 6.00
Birmingham , .... 8.00
Chattanooga . - 8.00
Columbia 5.50
Mcn 4.00
Tickets limited to Aug. 1, and are
good returning on any regular train
within limit.
Excursion train will leave Jack
sonville for Augusta and Columbia
9:30 a. m. and for Macon, Atlanta,
Athens, Chattanooga and Birming
ham. 9:40 a. m.f July 27.
Through coaches and Pullman ser
vice. Special trains.
City ticket office, corner Forsyth
and Hogan streets, Jacksonville, Fla.
Phone Xos. 743 and 4041.
G. R. PETTIT, D. P. A.,
Jacksonville, Fla
F. B. Pinson, T. P. A.
Tampa, Fla.
SOME REALLY PRETTY EFFECTS
ARE BEING SHOWN.
One May Select a Practical Shade and
Formation, or, to Be Modest, One
That Borders on the Eccentrlo
Each la Permissible.
(By MART DEAN.)
Parasol days are surely here. In
fact a few promenaders have even
carried them for the past few weeks,
possibly because they gave the re
quired color notes to the toilettes,
possibly because of the modish narrow-brimmed
or brlmless hat, which
leaves the eyes exposed to the glare
ob a sunny day.
Many of the new parasols are cer
tainly lovely. Those most practical
are or course the plain one-tone ef.
fects, in dark or medium colorings,
and of these there is ample supply la
all the fashionable colorings.
Taffeta is much in evidence among
parasols, as It Is everywhere, change
able taffetas, plain cr shirred, being
used for the cover, pinked frills, ruches
or cordlngs and puffings forming the
trimming. One taffeta parasol was
trimmed with three larger puffs. An
other was entirely covered in nar
row ruffles. In line with some of the
quaint taffeta sunshades are the frilled
effects In airiest materials.
A parasol may have a foundation of
the filmiest of white or cream shadow
ace with covering of filmy black
lace, which reaches almost to the
edge of the parasol, leaving the shaped
points of the white lace to form a bor
der. The lace covering is so trans
Parent that the ribs of the parasol
re risible. Or a shirred foundation
fon caught here "and there wltl
clusters of Bllken roses. ?
Others have a plain silken !:!&y' :
tlon covered with shirred chI5t:ally
rose trimmed. One paraBol, fc
stance, has a foundation of w
with a deep border of 6hlrreiTjJ
fon shaped in deep points attl- j ,
There are large roses of chiffon;., ;
at the lower point of the ehlrrti '
fon border. ag
Another tub shaped parasc jg
a deep border of chiffon and ,iyin
mings of narrow frills of chiffo:,
feta Is often used in combinatlc:
chiffon and maline. g
One remarkably attractive ps8 :
of taffeta and chiffon had the last
part of gray with a deep shlrrf ftme
der of soft rose chiffon which -grayish
tinge. At each rib, c:
joining line of the taffeta and
fon, there is placed a small fla: B
of the rose chiffon. A chlffoc !
edges the parasoL-
Hand-palnted motifs are sboNew
some of the handsomest parasc!; nev
ritl
ickei
f
v. !
Chiffon and Taffeta.
Printed Lawn Trimmed With Vl:(n!
paraeol of taffeta, for instance, t-ts,
wreath of roses In each panel ;-tnf
ed In natural colors. There ! H e
frill of chiffon finishing the e&clet
the parasoL bjec
d e
Silver and Gold Lace. ara
SHrer and gold laces, woven r dj
an extremely open mesh and at
large flower designs, are favored
trimming the evening frocks o!im
more eipenslve class. a
Tassels of Bilk or beads of un-"!
large proportions appear on su'.iara
ernoon frocks and evening cr'--3'
The latter are adorned with taifc Pfc
white silk tassels. iara
Buckles play an Important &unt
trimming the pretty frocks. T4 1
Jeweled with brilliants or eWorld
etones anLenameled in deslf' f;bJ
suggest the dainty dresden cWa ya,
terns. Other buckles are embroi
with heavy silk or braid, or fa'.
of eilk In odd design.

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