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POSES FOR CALENDAR AS CHERO-COLA 6IRL Ruth Roland, Favorite of the Screen, Writes for Original Painting of Original Pose FRIENDS OF CHERO-COLA GET THEM ON REQUEST Call at the Chero-Cola Bottling Plant and ask for copy of the Chero-Cola Calendar for 1918, reproducing this beautiful pose of Miss Roland, the Chero-Cola Girl. .,Rut!1 Ro,and a favorite of the moving picture field, who posed for the 1918 calendar nf ho Chfrr.f" rA .u- ri . i . . . accustomed to seeing herself as others see her on the screen. But in a special pose for a calendar, featuring the South's popular drink ':HERO COLA, is quite a novel sensation for her, so she has written th followlre ettert ( ' RUTH ROLAND tttS Witt KkfvtHTH SfMlf Lei AfAitit. Ci. Lei hnui WvC .(X. Glxr. . Ctav) Co 4. P v n '0- ft . . .v to- a. 0 V.CA v (Loo: .- The 1918 Chl-rrt-Crtll f:ll.flai. oKnu.inn !-l " n . . I .., , T ,7 . ' """"K b Biiccmi pose OI Knu KOISnd. la now ready for distribution, and we will be pleased to present one to each " j luciiuiuci'i vuuuij; at our OIIICC, (THESE CALENDARS WILL NOT BE GIVEN TO CHILDREN.) WERQ-COLA BOTTLING CO. NOTICE OF MASTER'S 8ALE NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that under ana xj virtue or the terms and conditions of a decree made by the Honorable John S. Ed wards, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Tenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, In tnd forPolk county. In chancery, In a cause rending In the said court wherein W. R. Gra ham and Emma Y. Graham, are complainants and J. Nielsen Lange, J. L. Tharp, nenry Wann. Epps Tucker, Jr.. First National Bank of Lakelan d,a corporation, and Investments, ( lnc, are defendants, the undersigned, by said Lake Mirror House Large, Comfortable and Thorough ly Screened Rooms Hot and Cold Baths Also Housekeeping Room 1 Block from Depet Special Rates by the Week W. H. SIMS, Proprietor. Ufcree, is appointed Special Master in Chan eery, and will on Monday, the 4th day of February. A. D. 1918. hntwwn ih hmm 11 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m., offer for sale and sell at the south door of the Court House In the city of Bartow, Polk coun ty. Florida, to the hltrhnut anil IumI klH.. for cash the following described premises slt- uaieq in Iceland. Polk county, Florida, to-lt: Lots 4. 5. 6. 7 and ft of I Ki0i.n t .,,. First Addition to Lakeland rinrlri. , - earn property, or so much thereof as may i t wo Million Dollar Contract to Install Machinery In Ships Is Secured For Jacksonville Jacksonville. Jan. 18. A3 an nounced in the Florida Metropolis, that plans were being consummated whereby a contract to install ma. chlnery in ships under construction and contract at this and other ports on me ooutn Atlantic, involving a pay roll of over 12,000.000, would be secured by a company which would locate in this city, J. C. Tem ple, of New York City, and formerly of North Carolina, sent, a telegram to W. C McGowan. district chief of wooden ship construction of the United States Shipping Board, here this morning, to the effect that he had been awarded the contract, and would begin at once to assemble a corps of approximately 1,500 skilled mechanics, who would be brought to Jacksonville at once. Mr. Temple stated In his wire that he had been awarded the contract t. install the machinery in twenty ships, and that he would commence immediately upon arrival here. He also telegraphed Secretary B. R Ki'Esler, of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, of his success, and thanking him for his co-operatio. when this city was being considered with other cities as the possible lo cation of the plant. The story of Mr Temple's first , trip to this city dem onstrates the value of a live Chamber of Commerce, and with the entire co operation of the citizens of Jackson v:21e. During his tour of the num ftrous -ports on the South Atlantic in search of a possible location for Ins plant, Mr. Temple stopped over lien; between trains. In fact, he hatl only ten minutes at the union sta. tion, but he called up B. R. Kessler, of the Chamber of Commerce for some information. Mr. Kessler told him that Jackson vi lie was the logical point for his p'an and to stop over and look over iho possibilities offered. Mr. Tem ple- stated that ho had heard Jack sonville did not have deep water fa cilities, available sites for the enter. prise, nor was it a good shipbuilding center, but Mr. Kessler prevailed up on him to spend the day here iir. Kessler at once got in touch Wlt.l W. C. McGowan. thn rtlatrln chief of ship construction for the Southeastern District for the United States Shipping Board, and they to gether went over the situation with Mr. TemDle. atnv h lonped, and resulted in his eyes be ing opened to the advantages f the I'ort, ana the ultimate selMti m nf this city for his plant, which will mean that over $2,000,000 in pay rons win ne distributed amowr tho merchants. Savannah, Brunswick and other eltips - j A UIUUUJ strongly for tho plant. Mr. Temple and his associates have secured a site for their plant at Com- mc (lores Point, where work has al re-nay Degun getting the land in readiness for his arrival. Jackson Mile Metropolis. ii g TWO PROMINENT VISITORS SPOKE AT GRAND LODGE T.w.1,, uai.n.Dimviiie, jan. i . At the yes terday morning session of the eighty ninth annual communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodse. Free and Accepted Masons of Florida, Most Worshipful 'Masier William H Thompson, of the grand lodge of New Jersey, and Past Grand Master J. W. r9 malA v Hill decree and rmt Dated this 2nd day of January, a. D. 1918. a,ia. delivered addresses, that occu- Hannan. of the grand lodge of Indl H. C. PETTKWAV SnerlAl Master in Chan 7060 Frl.-W.S.ft B. London, Jan. 18. Lord Rhondda, the British Food Controller, is not only living on rations but insists on his guests dining in very plain fash- At his estate at Llanwern Park pied the majority of the morning. Both speakers are among the prom inent Masons of the country and their tule addresses proved inspiring their audience of Masonic brothers Pledge Support to Country A past master' jewel was presented to Past Grand Master Cephas L. Wil to "Worth Thousands of Dollars to Feel LikeIDofHe Says A,r Twentv Years' Suffering He Finds Relief at Last by Taking Tan-lac-Gains Eleven Pounds in Weight. u wnrth thousands of dollars to fepi like I do now, since Tanlac has takpn awav the trouble that kept me m.vorv fnr thn last twenty years," said M. B. Daniel, a well-known farm er, living on Route No. 2 out or adou vine, ua., a iew uajo j "Whenever a man sutlers as long oa i ,iiri ho ppta to the dace where he feels like he's no more good in this world," he continued, "and thats jusi the wav I had begun to feel. Long ago I got so weak I couldn't carry wnrk. for snells of stomach trouble and nervousness just made it torture for me to try to eat, and the trouble I had wouldn't let me sleep at all. Many a night I have sat up until morning so shaky and nervous I couldn't even doze off. My heart would nutter and act aueer until I was afraid it would stop, and I got blue and discouraged I felt like I didn't much care if it did. I'd been well enough satisfied just to have my sufferings relieved that's not all Tanlac has done for me I have gained eleven pounds in weieht since 1 started taking it. I can eat as hearty a meal as if I had i 1- Jt ..A. 1- A. Lt. -J. 11 ww1 I never nau siomacu irouuie m mi, aim f ,- i r . Watchesj Ivory Goods Repair Work Our Specialty V sitors to the City are Cordiallv Welcome at our Store at all times O'Steen Jewelry Gompany "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" - - Dut IN TOE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH jLLmiAU tinttiii v.. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. .1. C. CARTER and GEORGE E. McCAUS LAXD VS. ROBERT THOMPSON, ETHEL THOMPSON, L. W. YARNELL, J. W. NASH, C. BEACH, A. J. BURXjUDE and E. S. HAXSBURGER. nimuR nv PimurATinv my strength has come back so I can I it appearing from the sworn Bill of Com , , , . , plaint filed In this cause and the affidavit do as much work in a day as I ever appended thereto that the defendant. E. 8. could before I took sick. I just feel Sf15,1?011!; ls non-esident of the state .if 171 nrlH i a nit MelHad t rl Cn U like a new man all over, and will be San Antonio, Texas, and that he Is over the Elad to tell anybody who wants to TJJy,JiL'MJ?'&toya?n 9 la iiu ucinuii in liih dlhih hi mnrinn mnrvtnam know, if they will write me, just what ' of subpoena upon whom would be binding 1072 Sat-K B this wonderful medicine, Tanlac, did unon him. Now, therefore, lt ls ordered that defendant. E. S. Hanshert.., . at Ut to the BUI of Complaint in the um cn or before Monday, the 4th day rfr? ruarv. A. D. 1918. thAi. ., ? or ' cf Complaint will be taken mSL Bald defendant tmess h j i uiucibu iuai wis order of immi. ., to published in the Lakeland Ere tram, a newannnnr nnhiiok.j .. . rolk" County. FlSrlda," m8.Florlda' thls 5th day of '"u. (seal of Office) J. A. JOHXsnv Clerk of Circuit Co for me. Tanlac is Sold Henley & Henley. in Lakeland by G ion. uxa tsmie at. L,ianwern rarK' , the other day,. a number of Hereford T yesterday aernoon immediately stock breeders, after inspecting some tne Penlne of the session. Past of the famous cattle, sat down tn urana Master GeorSe B- Glover made lunch consisting of bread, cold beef, J pickles and apples We Welcome Our Tourist Friends If in need of Drugs, Toilet'Goods Hoi or Cool Drinks, let us serve you. Kodaksand Kodak Supplies Red Cross Pharmacy PHONE 89 FOR PROMPT 8ERVICE the presentation. ine lodge adopted resolutions pledging their support to their coun try, wiring the substance of the reso lution to President Wilson. The reso lution adopted follows Be it resolved, by the Grand Lodge. F. and A. M. of Florida, that in this crisis in the world's history, we re affirm our faith in and devotion to the principle of democracy. That in the same loyal manner that our revolutionary brethren responded to their country's call and served her cause under the matchless leadership of our brother. Gen. George Washing ton, so may the Free Masons of this day be depended to loyally respond to their country's every demand and with unswerving loyalty support its every need in this critical hour. That we pledge the Free and Ac cepted Masons of Florida, with all that they have and with all that they are to the undivided, unquestioning and unconditional support of their government in all that it shall do to crown with victory our nation's right eous cause. That the grand master be instruct ed to wire our honored president, Woodrow Wilson, a message embody ing the substance of these resolu tions, and That copies of this resolution be furnished the press. A second resolution inviting all Master Masons at Camp Johnston to attend the session of the grand com munication, was adopted. All lodges were authorized to remit dues of all members serving in the army and navy, and the grand lodge will remit to lodges the per capita dues and assessments. A third resolution adopted authorized all Florida Ma sons now in the United States ser vice in France to visit the lodges of the grand lodge of France. Reports read yesterday showed the finances of the lodge to be in excel lent condition, bonds to the sum of several thousand dollars having been retired. Other reports were equally gratifying. The following working committees were appointed to act durine th meeting. Tl . ttciuruB ana credentials 1. weDster, J. w. Dalsey, C. E. Rowton, t.. Connor, John L. Hall, B. W. Helvestion and J. B. Camnbell Dispensations and Bv-Lwa r.D. r . - oranaon, is. F. Eldred. J. D. Ttenfrn H. J. Dame, C. S. Hill. W. W. Schultz! Burord and W. L. Vaninnir, v uaiu. uiuiuisnea uuslncss R. j n,. cock, J. H. Richbourg, Guy Harward, u. a. rope and W. L. Maize. Finance and Accounts n w er, Alexander Ray. E. M. Holt, Staf ford Caldwell and E. M. SRSSnn Memorials W. E. Lawi Morgan. L. W. Bucholtz. R. Vt a J. den, and W. D. v. Wiina Installation and Past MastPr'c rw gree Cary B. Fish. ChrUa r.,.. vuuier- sleeve, George F. Smith, J. N. Dun ham, and H. B. Minimum. Visitors C. DeRocher, l m Stroup. Max Tyner, C. R. Warren S D- Huggins and L. M. Collins Masonic Jurisprudence - Marcus uu cnairman and all other past grand masters. J Propositions and Grievances-John' t. umwen, a. E. Kromer, W W Jones. O B. Dees. Edward Porter. B. M. Caldwell, C. H. Reglster and W. B. Crawford. Complete Stock of Fancy Groceries and Choice Meats Are always Carried Here. Fresh Vegetables and Chickens WHEN OBTAINABLE Our line of Canned Goods is the Best in the World. Askjor our Prices We pride ourselves cn our Service E. Let us Serve lou G. Tweedell PHONE 69 Used Automobiles Bought and Sold Small Profits Quick Sales My Motto. FRED SLOAN Opposite Fire Station. Watch and Jewelry Repairing Done Right Stevens Jewelry Store C" L WATCH INSPECTOR Ha and Ro an"d Ke mZTr or raval rUM to lb httna. a,. Frldsy night.