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THE EVENING TELEGRAM. LAX3 LAND FLA..' THURSDAY. JAN. 31, 1918
N?l ' I I I Npwc WnMo t?- r WTi I llh X; i -..u riuiu ymup vv newer nnpj i'c Wear a Service Pin In honor of the Man In Service One, Two or Three Stars Stevens Jewelry Store r ifr -k .1 ii ll. FOR YOUR BENEFIT A properly organized and equipped shop with expert workmen under supervision of a competent electrical en gineer and devoted exclus ively to electrical equipment of automobiles. Starter Generator Lights Storage Battery The service you have been wanting and hoping for will be found here. P1NCU ELECTRIC SHOP S& Hats Cleaned and Blocked Old Hats made to look like new Prices Reasonable All Work Guaranteed Your Patronage Solicited Out of Town Customers, send your Hats by mail and we will return them same way. Florida Hat Shop Go. F. D. RUOCCO 304 E ROSE ST., LAKELAND, FLORIDA -amp wneeler, Ga., Jan. 31. jfcur soldiers from one comnanv nave been tried before a general court martial for being absent from camp during Christmas week with out authority, and all convicted. They are members of Company C, USth Macine Gun battalion, which is a Georgia organization. Private Sam Rollins was sentenced to serve six months at hard labor for being absent eight days. The court ordered that he forfeit two thirds of his pay while serving sen tence but that part of the sentence was revoked by General J. L. Hay den, commander of the Dixie divi sion. Frivate Julius A. Hamlin was sen tenced to serve eight months and forfeit two-thirds pay. The forfeit ure was remitted by the command in? general. He deserted in Novem. ber and was arrested a month later in North Carolina. Private Lewis L. Ixrfton was given only two months for deserting. Hi was absent less than a week and did not have to be sent for. Private Louie E. Harris was given thirty days. He was absent only a few days also" and notified his command er by wire what day he would re turn. There are several hundred men yet to bo tried for taking "French leave" during Christmas week. The general courts are grinding every day and expect to dispose of all "A. W. 0. L." cases within a few weeks. Members of the Dixie division are PIANO TUNI NG Having had 20 ytrs' experi ence In this line, I ffr my MT vlces to the public, feeling that I on Insure entire aatlefaetlen, while my charge are reaeenaWe. A trial aolloHed. Phone S34 Blaek C. A. OW1N8 The city of St. Petersburg will im prove its city hall in the amount ol $5,000 and over. KENTUCKY AUTO SHOP OPP. CASIMO THEATRE H. CRIST, Mechanic Let us do your work (Guaranteed) For 75c per hour. AUTO EXCHANGE . NORTH TENNESSEE AVENUE PHONE 45 We buy and sell used Cars. Cars Stored, Repaired, Repolished, t,j b.i.u.j unn.ei. Dri. An exoert Mechanic in cnarae. .fiiiu nCIIIHSMCU Bh IIWIH.9 .-www. r Quick Service. A. H. LANE B. F. MOONEY We know there are many in Lakeland who are entitled To Wear a Service Pin We have just received a Complete line of these Pins O'Steen Jewelry Company -THE HOU OF QUALITY" now going through with a special course in patrolling. A thorough knwledgo of outpost duty and pa trling is of vital importance in the present conflict, division officers say. A ground scout must be made cf ev. ery soldier at Camp Wheeler. Night patrolling is also carried out in the training program, since the soldiers abroad are forced to do much recon naissance under cover of darkness. The men are being trained to hear and see. in carrying out the prac tice for eyesight, one man moves away on level ground and continues to walk until he is out of sight Th3 men observe ini the entire time and then another man is put in his place to walk back to the company. Tho men are asked if he is the same man hundreds of yards away. Demonstrations are being given to show tho distanco at which light. and movements can be seen, and how far such movements as coughing, talking, digging and rattling of equipment can heard, and how these noises are affected by atmospheric ami topographical conditions. Tho men aro taught ihow to move fellently at night and how to memor ize their route siuce maps cannot be used at night. The men aro shown how they can hide in a shadow and remain motionless within ten feet of the enemy without being observed . For the next eighteen weeks' the men will bo kept busy carrying out their new training program, both day and night. Jacksonville Metropolis. FAITH CURE tween a Chinaman and Snegro. , Maybe it's a "regulation" for A young doctor recently took n soldier to be khaki color all over. young lady to tho pera. The curtain Jacksonville Metropolis, was late in rising, says the Precast and the girl complained of feelin? faint. The doctor took something from his pocket and said: "Here, keep this in your mouth: but bo sure and don't swallow it." She placed; pe tablet (upon her tongue and turned it over and over, but it would not dissolve. She felt better, however, and after a white she took the tablet from her mouth and slipped it into er glove; she wa3 curious to examine, when she was once mote in tho light, the tasteless substance that had given her such relief. After they had left the opera housp the girl stopped under an elec tric street Hght and, unbuttoning her glove, said: "That tablet you gave me made me feel ever so much better." She bent over something white and round in her hand, looked up at the loctor and stammered, "D-Dlck! Why, it's only a pearl button." IT'S THE COMPLEXION That's what makes some women so attractive. Good complexion is more important than good features and complexion is something within your own control. By using TETTERINE you can remove all blotches, spots and skin eruptions that mar one's beauty. It is an old established time tried remedy that really overcomes eczema, ringworm, tetter, itch and all skin affections. Sold at drug stores. Shuptrino Company, Savannah, Ga. (Adv.) Arrangements are under way for the shipment of milk from Jefferson County. Business men have taken an interest in the work and will lend backing to the dairymen. "IRON IN THE BLOOD" Colonel Roosevelt, with a snort, re marks,, "We are free men in this fair and mighty land only because our forefathers had iron in their bicod." Not only because of tho iron, dear Colonel. We are free men also, because our forefathers had brains in their heads. And they also had loyalty to the bead of the nation in their hearts. For instance, you remember that George Washington had many fail ures, many disasters, many retreats. ' But there was one thing he did not have, namely, an ex-president of the United States calling him thrc? kinds of a traitor. Iron in the blood is one thing, al though vague. But decency, loyalty, respect for the problems of the men at the na tion's bead, are also Important. Washington Times. IN THE TKXT1I .ll'IW'IAI, CIIMWIT (OtIItT OK FM)KIIA, IN AN1 KOR OI,K COUN TY. KATE WIIIDDKN VS. WILLIAM O. WIIIDDKX. HILL FOR DIVORCE. It Appearing from tlie affidavit of counsel ;for the complainant In the above stated pause that the defendant, William O. Whld lden, Is a resident of the .State of Florida: that ha has been aliscnt more than sixty days, and Uiat he conceals himself so that the pro cess of the court cannot he served upon him; and that the said William O. Whldden Is over (he ace of 21 years. Now, therefore, upon consideration of the fireKoiiiK affidavit, It is ordered, adjudged and decreed that the defendant, William O. Whld den, be and he hereby is required to appear tn the bill In this case Hied on or before the 4th day of March, A. I). 1918, at the court house In Bartow, Florida, or In default there of, tho allegations of tho hill will bo taken as confessed. It Is further ordered thnt this order of publication be published In the Lakeland Ev tiling Telegram once a week for four con secutive weeks prior to the said 4th day of March, 1918. Done and ordered at Itnrtow, Florida, the 29th day of January, A. D. 1U1H. V Witness my hand and official seal at Far tow, Florida, the date aforesaid. .1 A. rOlINKON. (KEAL) Clerk of the Circuit Court. R. TLTKEIt, Sit.. rialntllT's Attorney. 1-30 4w E T Sr Wed 7155 Glassjpf Hot Water Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit Open sluices of the system each morning and wash away the poisonous, stagnant matter. CAMP JOHNSTON MEN LOOKING FOR THE INVENTOR ! OF UNRELIABLE COLORS Camp Johnston men who do their own washing would like to find the man Who "started" khaki handker chiefs- ! Camp Johnston washing is crude. Tell it not to Gath, but clothes re. quiring boiling are popped into a fire bucket and planted atop the bar rack stove. Sometimes all the wa ter boils out over night, and the pleasant odor of scorching sox awakens the soldiers, but that is in cidental. What we started to say was that the "khaki" must be poured onto the average white handkerchief at t'ne factory like the rookie pours molasses on his bread. It stews out over the other garments, and turns them the most charming shades of yellow and brown Imaginable Tis summer the perspiring soldier is going to mop his brow and likely flad himself looking like a cross be- Those of us who aro accustome'd to feci dull and heavy when we arise; splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach, lame back, can, instead, both look and feel as fresh as a daisy always by washing the poisons and toxins from the body with phosphated hot water each morning. We should drink, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea spoonful of limestone phosphate in it to flush from the stomach, liver,1 kidneys and ten yards of bowels the previous day's indigestible waste, sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleans ing, sweetening and purifying tho entire alimentary tract before putting, more food into the stomach. The action of limestone phosphate and hot water on an empty stomach! 1b wonderfully invigorating. It cleans out all tho sour fermentations, gases,' waste and acidity and gives one a Bplendld appetite for breakfast and it is eald to be but a little while until the roses begin to appear in the cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone phosphate will cost very little at tho drug store, but is sufficient to make anyone whp is bothered with bilious ness, constipation, stomach trouble or rheumatism a real enthusiast on the subject of internal sanitation. Try it and you are assured that you will look better and feel better la every, wsy shortly,' TALC onteel A WOMAN has to breathe the fra grance of Jonteel, the New Odor of twenty-six flowers, only once to know it is a perfume that is rare and expensive. You expect its price to be for biddingly high. But you are astonished and delighted to find that Talc Jon teel sells at a price no higher than that of ordinary powders. Try it today. A 1. Face PoieJer Jonteel 50c Talc Jonteel 25c Combination Cream Jonteel 50c The LAKE PHARMACY Large Shipment just in. See Window'Di splay. Change in Price of Milk After February 1st, the Lakeland Dairy will sell Milk ( with Tickets only) at 16 1-2 cents per Quart. Tickets and Empty Bottles or NO MILK. Wholesale price 13 cents per Quart. Thanking you for past patronge, G. R. MAIZE Phone 323 Red LAKELAND DAIRY 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. Ask for our Prices We pride ourselves on our Service Let us Serve You E G. Tweedell PHONE 69 It is an absolutely settled fact that Buyers hav promised to take ths there will be between three and four entire crop f. o. b. in that county, thousand acres of peanuts planted providing an oil mill is not in opera te Suwannee county this season- tion here before the crop matures.