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THB EVENING TELEGRAM. LAKELAND. FLA.. THURSDAY. SEPT. 7. 1918
Classified Advertising FOR SALE BIG REDUCTION in prices by Ford Motor Co.: Touring car $403.75; , Roadster $388.75. Complete with gas, oil. etc.. all ready to hit the road. These remarkably low prices will mean a rush for cars all over thecountry, so better place your order early if you want prompt de livery. LAKELAND AUTOMOBILE & SUPPLY CO., Distributors. 5677 FORD SALE One 1916 Ford tour ing car. Run not over 700 miles. Wide tread. Telephone 471. 6851 FOR SALE $80 Royal Standard typewriter, almost new, $40; also wood store. Apply Mrs. Alex Hol ly 106 WV Magnolia St. 5854 FOR SALE Pit bull terriers, -pedigreed stock. The best watch dog lor companion, and the gamest dog or earth. Correspondence solicited. BURNETT KEMNELS. Knoxville. Tenn. 6872 FOR SALE House of eight rooms, Including bath; good porches; all conveniences. Completely fur nished. Lot 135x135 on desirable residence street of lakeland. Sev eral fruit trees. Address P. O. Box 485, Lakeland. 5831 J. NIELSEN-LANGE ' WRITES INTERESTINGLY (Continued from Page 5.) to be cosmopolitan in its ways. Swell irnimitn iiAiin inn nTn 1 1 ni -make our appeal; invincible, KlUnAn 6 nUUK HAO OlKIMithe army then set it upon the trail of ievery legislator and congressman for i (Continued fro. Page 1. ) W alone 1J our poUti- to oe cosmopolitan m us ways, m , lded over by tne de8cen- - Me woman suffrage, realize that in the hotels and even of Geofge tne Tnlrd. It M ZTl"ZTZ worn! possess the patriotism and the sense pon APV mlnute of every day ... . ,J V. IV. 1 O." "" - oi nationality wmcn buouiu ua mo iu FOR SALE One Shetland pony, per fect condition; child can drive him. $85 if taken in ten days. J. P. Roquemore, Lakeland, Fla., Lake Morton Drive. 5000 more so in the restaurants. Here you have the stag affair cocktail and beer and good food, and almost exclusive patronage; they are not advertised except by their patrons, mostly men in business. Then you have the fancy cafe with cooking and baking in any country style you wish; it is elaborate and at fancy prices, being well advertised and patronized by people in good clothes and with money to spend. Louisville was too Infernal hot this time so I took the boat going North and the boat trip is paradise compared with the train and only overnight and you are at Cincinnati, which is the first northern city. By that I mean it is the distinctly northern type and the one farthest to the South. Here you will see women carrying their own suitcase, sometimes two of them, and walking for blocks and blocks. They are stronger and more hardy apparently than our southern women, and you see them display more activity gen erally. Cincinnati was Just as warm as Louisville and looking more gloomy than ever; Its people went out of. town on street cars or kept to their houses. I waited all day before tak ing a crowded interurban car to Day ton, albout fifty miles distant, and heritance of an American, they will not wait until the war is ended but will boldly lead in the inevitable march of democracy, our own Ameri can specialty. "As the most adamantine rock gives 'may under the constant dripping of water, so the opposition to woman suf frage in our own country has slowly until they heed our plea. "All this is mere preparedness for the final drive to victory. The next question is: what shall be our aim? To my mind, the insistence of the en franchisement of the women of our land by Federal amendment, is the only selfrespecting course to pursue." In explaining her reasonB for this 3 , . ... - . . Bianu, inns. vtt o disintegrated before the increasing . a strength of our movement iv. - , unnr "The edifice of woman's liberty oears completion. Over our heads, tantalising near, hangs the roof of our f edifice the vote. What is our duty? Shall we spend time in admiring the cap-stones and cornice? Shall we la- (interests, and charged there had been widespread resort to illegal practices' 'to defeat suffrage, whereas in a ma jority of the States of the union in' ,25 of them there was no provision Sa Used Cars For Hudson "37." 5-passenger $425 Maxwell, 5-passenger.... 35o?o: Buick cut down Roadster. Only First-class Repair Service at the Main Street Gara W. Main Street the charges directed against King O'MJalley, the present minister, and Mr. Griffin, testified that when Mr. ment the tragedies which accompan-! made by law ,or torm of c"8t Griffin took charge at Canberra he led the laying of the cornerstones? Or, shall we, like the builders of old, chant, 'Ho! 'all hands, all hands, j. heave to! All hands, heave to!" and while we chant, grasp the overhang ing roof and with a long pull, a strong pull and a pull together, fix it in place for evermore? 1 or recount on a reierenaum. rou- tical corrupters may, in these states, ;bribe voters, colonize voters, and re peat them to their hearts content and j redress of any kind is practically im possible." j "In my judgment", she concluded, "the women of this land, not only strength. . Our cause has won the en dorsement of all political parties; ev ery candidate for the presidency is a suffragist. It has won the endorse ment of most churches; it has won almost one continuous village with j4he hearty approval of all great organ pretty residences and chicken farms .izations of women. It has won the along the route. J. NIELSON-LANGE. Dayton, Ohio, Sept. 3, 1916. IN THE CIRi STATE t&UIT COURT OF UDICIM, CIRCUr ,TE OF. FLORID. FOB SALE The buildings and lumber at base ball park, which were used by the Polk County Fair. Will sell whole or part. For price and other infor mation apply at Evening Telegram office. 5000 FOR RENT FOR RENT 'Furnished or unfur- nisnea 5-room house or 2 or 3 rooms, up or downstairs. Modern. 606 N. Florida Ave. 5845 TENTH JUDICIAiL CIRCUIT OF inn B1A115 Ul' f LUHIDA. 'N AND FOR POLK COUNTY. IN OHiNCERY. J. Q. AHams vs. R. M. Holt and Oma Holt, his wife. mor&irajsw f oreclosure, cerv. dulv aDDointei ance with a final decree entered in Notice is hereby, given that I. the undersigned special master in chan- uiy aopoinieq. win nr.n sl AtiaI nanvoa the.said cause on the thirteenth dav will, in accord- f iflniiopv ble.F. A, ' Whitney." 1916. bv Honor. Tenth Judicial Circuit of Florida, of fer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at public outcrv at the courthouse door In Ttar . tow. Polk county. Florida, on Mon- A, D. day. lite second day of October. A D. 191 ft. thn sales dav. an hours . of sale, pre PI seven f 7) in Jeen Keaitv ime Deing a elot1n lotrnl between the legal ae- tne ronowine de lock "Dr' of r&r scribed property, located in Polk county, noiriaa. to-wit: L,ot nve (5) an,n savan I v i in wmnir " r' ter nmnnnv'n rovlapH man oi uixieiano additu tipn to Lake- raeq, in land. Florida, as recorded in Plat welve (1Z) in Block E of Carter ' een neaity ompany s re-map cr ixlfiland addition to Lakeland. Flnr. Ida. Said ante will he mnd In anpnrrl. ance with the final decree as above j rv s FOR RENT Furnished or unfur nished rooms. Apply 503 West I mentioned and said property will be T . .f J . I sold to satisfy the said final decree. Lemon. Phone 214 Red. 5873 attorney's fee. and the costs of court. 5848 THOMAS W. BRYANT. VOR RENT-Desirable 6-room house, 1 ' all conveniences. Apply to Dr. ! your grocer S. F. Smith. 6868 FOR RENT One furnished room, one block from new school house on Mississippi avenue; privilege of fruit. J. R. Roquemore, Lakeland, Fla. BOO FOR RENT One apartment in the Colonial flat overlooking Lake Morton. Six rooms, including bath room, electric lights and gas ; range. Apply to S. M. Stephens. 6644 FOR RENT Two or three furnished rooms. 506 E Orange St. 6826 for DR. FROST'S extract of vanilla, made in Florida from true Mexican vanilla beans. 5867 If you have a room, apartment, itor?, cottage, office ' or anyi,hlrir else for rent, list them with us and watch the result. . THE KEY RENTAL AGENCY , r the key to the situation Hiom 8, EUUton bldg.. '. o Poi rtos. Lakeland, Fla. 6006 FOR RENT AT SUMMER RATES . T'Sveral desirably located resi dences in different sections of city. 5603 D. H. SLOAN. FOR RENT A nice, roomy, fur nished office. Apply to the Even tag Telegram. . 5000 Miscellaneous LOST Bar pin set with amethvsts and pearls, somewhere on South Florida avenue or South Tennes see. Finder will be rewarded by returning pin to the Reynolds store. 6871 DOMESTIC SCIENCE TEACHER Will teach sewing and cooking; wide experience and beet of ref erence. ,MJss Olive Cheatham, Lakeland. 6852 .WANTED To exchange for goqd typewriter Edison Gen Phono graph and records, also amateur photographer's complete daylight developing and printing outfit. Apply 608 West Lemon street 6866 I am prepared to do all kinds of well work from four Inches up. All work guaranteed. Have had years of experience, and my work has always given satisfaction. W. H. STRAIN, Lakaleand, Fla Fifth Avenue Fashions The styles worn by the Smart et on America's most famous thor oughfare are produced in the PICTORIA L REVIEW OCTOBER PATTERNS Having purchased and subdivided the Jesse Keen estate ot 660 acres one-half mile west of city limits, we are now selling in 10 and 20-acre tracts some of the finest truck and farm lands in this section at the right price and terms. For particulars see O. C Rogao, Rooms 1 and 2. Deen A Bryant, Bids. Phone 146. rt Coatuma 4907 20 eenta Have you seen the New FASHION BOOK for FALL? Look it over at our Pattern Counter. Bupport of all reform movements; it has won the progressives of every va riety. The majority of the press In most States is with us. Great men in every political party, church and movement are with us. The .names of the greatest men and women of art, science, literature, philosophy, reform, religion and politics are on our lists. "We have not won the reactionaries of any party, church or society and we never will. From the beginning of things, there have been antis. Be fore the vote is won, there must and will be a gigantic final conflict be .ween the forces of progress, right eouness and democracy and the forces of ignorance, evil and reaction. That struggle may be postponed but it can- mot be evaded or avoided. There is no question as to which side will be ;the victor. "Shal we play the coward then, and leave the hard knocks for our daugh ters or shall we throw ourselves into lthe fray, bare our own shoulders to j the blows and thus bequeath to them a politically liberated womanhood? Our movement is like a great Niagara with a vast volume of water tumbling (Over its ledge but turning no wheel. (Our organized machiney is set for the t propagandists stage and not for the ; seizure of victory. Our supporters are spreading the argument for our cause; they fel no sense of respon sibility far the ralization of our hopes. Our movement lacks cohesion, organ ization, unity and consequent mom entum. "Behind us, in front of us, every where about us are suffragists mil lions of them, but inactive and silent. Were never another convert made,; there are suffragists enough in this country, n combined to make so ir resistible a driving force that victory might be seizde at once. V "How can it be done? By a simple change of mental attitude. If you are to seize the victory, that change must take place in this hall, here and now' ne oia oelief, which has """"S"18 n many an hour of dls- icouragement 'woman suffrage is bound i had claimed sole control of the cap ital public works and that the Amer ican threatened a lawsuit (in 1914) if he was interfered with in what he j considered his prerogatives under 'his contract with the Australian government. Mr.. Archibald testi fied that he gave the American to understand that the minister of home affairs was "boss," but that the ar chitect would have a "square deal." I He denied that he had ever referred to Mr. Griffin as a "ankee bounder," CHICAGO ARCHITECT PRINCIPAL ;but d&rei he nad caused IrIctIoa WITNESS IN INVESTIGATION . by "rubbing departmental officers the have the rierht to sit on the steps of "Let us then take measure of our Congre88 untu lt act8 but it l8 theIr self-respecting duty to insist upon their enfranchisement by that route." out everything connected capital . Mr. Griffin said that sini cent reappointment as dir design and construction fr : O'Malley his rights had br uized and Mr. O'Malley 1 instructions that no matter capital should be initiated " reference to him. R (By Associated Press.) Sydney, Australia, Sept. 6. Wal ter B. Griffin, the Chicago architect who is director of construction and design for the new Australian cap ital at Canberra, is one of the prin cipal witnesses in the inquiry which the government is making into the wrong way. When Mr. Griffin took the stand he said that he was appointed to carry out his own design for the capital and he felt If the plan were mutilated it would reflect on his rep utation . Mr. Griffin said: "Ten per cent charges that the Department . of ( of my time has been devoted to the Home Affairs has been guilty of a constructive effective work contem waste of public funds and inaptitude plated in the agreement and 90 per in the building of the capital . cent has been frittered away in de W. O. Archibald, the former min- tensive operations." The onlv reason ister for home affairs, who instigated ' he could give why the officers of the department showed hostility toward him was that they believed they were competent themselves to carry A FAIR PROPOSITION We can not recommend a more satisfactory remedy for rheumatism than WwM TRADE MARK RHEUMATISM POWDERS Guaranteed to give relief or money refunded. Sold only by us, 50c and $1.00. . HENLEY'S DRUG 8T0RE L W. Yarnall i LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING HOUSEHOLD MOVING A SPECIALTY Livery Service rVders handled promptly. OPEN FOR BUSIlC i c i Cook's Studio 0 Photos of Quality dji ng ori PC or wc I roi ha xa bl he .84 PI RAYMONDO BLI ha kM A COLUMBIA COLLEGE LAKE CITY, FLORIDA Full courses leading to A. B., B. S., apd A. M. A strong faculty of trained teachers. Graduates receive certifi cates without examination to teach In public schools. Comfortable buildings! and excellent table. Next session be- sustained gins September 20th. A. P. MONTAGUE, President tn nnm q m...t i . , UDl Bly way lQ :'The Woman's Hour Has Struck'. .That slogan sets the pace of a cru--sade which will have its way.. It says: 'Awake, arise, my sisters, let tyour nearts be filled with itime of victory is here, i march. j Give heed at once to the organiza tion of the reserves; and then to the iwork that they shall do. Organize in .every Assembly District and every 'voting precinct It Is the only way to Joy the Onward SHOE REPAIRING Vffl IBll22 MAINE See W.K. JACKSON For Real Estat Money to Loan Notes and Mortgages Discounted LOANS NEGOTIATED r. S. HANSBERGER Real Cttate Investments and Louis ELLISTON BUILDING Everything in Hard war- for the Builders p that i It )s most important to Belect the best hardware for home or building. That brings you here, for we make a point of carrying nothing . the best builder's hardware that adds not only to the beauty of ate ; ing, but to its selling value as well. The sash and door locks, hinges, etc., are a very small partc; building, but will repay many times for the cost and trouble of Ffa er selection. Cheap goods are a continual source of trouble and We are prepared to name Interesting prices on the complete 0 ware for any style ot building from the humble cottage to the W office building. re Yes, Sir! We also sell the best building tools all modes , priced. be Wilson Hardware CompaS E. C. ANGELL Contractor and Builder . NOTHING TOO SMALL ; NOTHINCrrOO JLARGE In Brick, Cement or Wood IF IT IS THE QUALITY and not the PRICE Of the Decorating and Painting you wish done, that WORRIES YOU See H. O. T ALLEY, P. O. Box S38 mm The Hotel $ "HitURBRIDGE IKJ PROOF $1.50 Per Day Every Room .With I Private Bath ' - ( We Can Please Every Taste High Grade Cigars and Delicious Candies 1 1 I ,n ei 'a r ' o ii Ic hi hi THE man who Is particular iWK the cigars he smokes it particular about the candy be t for his loved ones. c We carry the leading local and nationally advertised cigars and dies. And we keep them fresh to t sure their flavors. j We can furnish any kind of clgrn: candy in large quantities for iP1 occasions at particularly attract! .prices. 1J f Whether you spend a dollar, a dls or merely your time, we're al1' glad to see you. o u o B rt t hi n Henley & Henley The White Drug Store r. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.