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TUB EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27, 1918
NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the construction of Asphaltic Concret Pavement and Concrete Curb and Gutter on West Peachtree street, (torn North Ilorlda avenue to Texas avenue, hast been completed. That the total frontage of property abutting op. West Peachtree street, between the ave nues named above, and liable to assessments is 2472 feet. That the total cost of said paving la $7, 6.i2.70; that the City of Lakeland's one-third proportion, Including It's assessment for Lake frontage, is $3,573.10, of said cost; that the amount claimed against the abutting property therefor Is $4,078.80; that the rate of as sessment therefor Is $1.65 per front foot. That the property abutting on said Im provement and liable to assessment therefor is as follows, to-wit: Lots 5, 6, 7, and 8 of Block C ; According to Bowyer's Subdivision, as re corded in Plat Book 3, Page 19; Kecords of Polls Co., Fla. Lots 3 and 4, Block 13; EV4 3, V6 3. and 4. Block 14; 3, Block 10: EM, 4, W'Mt 4, E 3, V 3, Block 15; 4. of Block 16; 2 and I, Llock 18; 2 and 1, Block 17; According to the resubdivision of McRae and P-iyant's Addition to Lakeland, Florida, as re corded in Plat Book 2, Page 64 ; Records of Polk Co., Fla. A tract of land, being a part of the SW4 of the NE!4 of Sec. 13, twp. 28 south. Range 23 east, Polk Co., Fla., lying on the south side of Peachtree, and beginning on the west side of Dakota avenue and extending 417 ft west along the south side of Peachtree street. A tract of land lying in the S of the NK14 of Sec. 13, twp. 28 south, Range 23 e;'st, lying on the north side and abutting on Peachtree street, beginning on the west side of Dakota avenue, and extending west 184 feet. At a special meeting of the City Commis sioners of Lakeland, Fla., to be held at the r-tv Hall In Lakeland on 9th dav of March, I'.i8. at 2:00 o'clock p. m., the said City Commissioners will hear all legal reasons vliich the owner or owners or other persons Interested In said lots or parcels of land may dfFlre to make against this assessment. JOHN M. KEEN, Commissioner of Public Improvements. .Attest: H. L. SWATTS, City Clerk. 7257 E. C. FLANAGAN, Mayor. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the construction of Asphaltic Concrete Pavement and Concrete Protecting curb, on Texas avenue, from Peachtree to Pear street; on Pear s.reet from Texas to Lincoln avenue ; on Lincoln avenue, from Pear to North street; on North street, frri. Lincoln to Omohundro avenue; mid on Omohundro avenue from North street to the Citv Limits, has been completed. That the total frontage of property abutting' on the various streets and avenues, between the points named thereon, is 10,923 feet. That the total cost of said paving Is $14, 102.44 ; that the City of Lakeland's one-third proportion of said cost is $4,707.98; that the amount claimed against the abutting property ttitrefor Is $9,394.46 and therefore the rate of assessment is $0.86 per front foot. ' That the property abutting on said Im provement and liable to assessment therefor Is as follows to-wit: Lots 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 of Block D; 13, 14, 15. 16. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 of Block A; 12, 11, 10. 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 of Block Cj 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. 20, 21, 22, 23. 24, 25, 26, and 1, of Block B; According to Webster and Omohundro' Sub division of the SW of the 8W4 Sec' 12. twp. 28 south, Range 23 east, as recorded In J' at Book 3, rage 82, Records of Polk Co., Fla. A tract of land being a part of the NV of the NW'4 of section 13, twp. 28 south, range 2.5 enst. fronting on the south side of North street and beginning at a point 331.1 feet west and 20 feet soutii from the HE corner of the said r. (Jr. section; thence west 12 3 2. and 1. of Block K; 1 and 2 of Block L, Lot H of Block H- According to Cox and Weeks' Addition to Li.keland, Fla., as recorded in Plat Book 2 page 4 and 5. Plslt Book It r,u 'J -j . d 7' of Polk Co., Fla., Lota , and 8, Block 3; 11, 10. 9 g 0 IUock 2; 8, and. 9 of Block l ' According to Cot's TCni-th 1 oi,i....j flat Book 2, Pages 4 and 5; Records of Polk Co, Ala. A tract Of lnnd holticr a n. ,.t of the NV!4 of Sec. 13, twp. 28 south, range ... vm,, nuuunK on me soutn side of North street and beirinnl,,i -i t. u ;'eEstC03TuOfeet 8a'd SeClla; theUCe Lots 1, 2, 3 4 5, and 6 of Block A. and 1, A A, 4, 5, and 6 of Block B; According to Toland's Addition to Lakeland s p0r&,Va!ttt Book h raBe 58: Lots 1, 2, and 3 of Block A; According to C. H. Gordon's Addition to Lakeland; as recorded ln Deed Book 71. Page 4-': Records of Polk Co., Fla BlodIV;' 2 aDd f Bloek 1: 1 and of LakXdHj0 W- ?aiter's Addltln t Pnvl ni ' ,M .recordel In Plat Book 2, I age J' ; Records of Polk Co., Fla. Lots 1 ,, 27, 36 anud 43 of Block 1 ; Accord ne in rm ,..i t........T V. .. . . d'"to Lakeland", pia. as TeeordeS' & Book 2, Page 39; Records of Polk Co Fla Records of Polk Co., Fla e 57, Lots 6 atid 7 of Block 9 rTooktLrn i r Fia B0k 2' PaBe 2; Kecords of Polk Co , Iots 6 7, 8, 9,. 10, 11, and 12 of Block 10 6 AanCd01ohe N' rtBloSi ! the NH and the Swu of Block 1 l2 i I' 6- and T of Block C- wLf' 56, and 7- of Block B; ' coMedT'p.at0 BBookye3r'8pSU,Xi,10Vl8lon Foik Co.; f78 3- Page 19 ; Kecorts of corded in pi , ' " ""Division as re. Polk Co f" Bk 3' PaBe 19 Records of 1918. at i .n rZZZl mn aay of M-ch, Commissioners". wm hea?" an' legal reLt,?ns Hrci-I . , u 1UIS or Parcels of land mav desire to make against this assessment . , . HN M. KEEN, Comm ssloncr nt PnKll i. Attest: H. L. SWATTS. City Clerk """ C. FLANAGAN, Mayor. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the construction of Asphaltic Concrete Pavement and Concrete Curb and Gutter, on North Florida avenue from Myrtle street to North street, has been completed. That the total frontage of property abutting on North Florida avenue between the points " 076 2 feet"'" "able ' ttsscssmtfnt- 19 Hint the total cost of said paving is $6 -S2M7; that the City of Lakeland's one-third proiortlon of said cost is $2,276.39; that the amount claimed against the abutting prop- Three Days Only Com. Monday, March 4th Coming! At THE CASINO Special Engagement The Earl Hawk Stock Co. 15 People 15 Presenting Monday-"The Fighting Chance." Tuesday "Little Lost Sister." Wednes. "Within the Law." NOTE This is the same Show that played 20 weeks Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va.; 3 weeks Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C; 3 weens tamp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., and carries written dorsement of War Department Representatives. en- Admission Twenty-five and thirty-five cents New Supply Exclusive Stationery ALL TINTS i. Blue Pink Green ALL TINTS Lavendar Brown Gray 3 Special Sale on all Initial Stationery March Ladies' Home Journal Patterns on Sale New Spring Style Book 25c with Pattern Lakeland Book Store i'PHONE 26 FRED T. BENFORD, Mgr. I..,.. , . . ... ; f . 14 4-552-78- nd therefore the Th.t 8h8eMment U 148 W front foot, inat the property abutting on said lm- Lots 10 7, 6, 3, and 2, Block 24; s..fv0isb,n,fft0,Tra'nel, and Johnsnn's re. ; '"'Vision of iota 9, 10. n 12 n u t UklfanS' Jr"""6" d"'lou.h'813id"tion . ea3,SdsaSofTrCdo "Vi"1 $ BiocK; 3' 1 f B'Ck U:1 According to Shlpman's Survey of Tram, meh and Clc-ugh'a Addition to Lakeland Fit " , C?r,l,n,-Defd Book C P 360 Kec: lof'BVk ;5' 'and8'f.Bl0Ck1' 8- vi,lCnCOnf "I ra'tJerson "d Cox's rauhdl , vision of Scott's Addition to Lakeland, Pla., "TSS B'k e CO) Hec' piocT a6: 5' 3- S 3' 2' and 1 of ip Ttjrfz It orpeo1klnCo?eFdaB0k "' 1aB? 2" Lot 1 of Block 1; and 4 of Block 8; According to resubdivision of McRae and Bryant's Addition m i a " 8 ann iZlednn l,at Book 2- Kecordf r i a. l"?- be held his.,ners wi" hear a reasons . , - pnii-eiii oi iana may desire to make against this assessment. . , JOHN M. KEEN. ,, uimiu jiiiurovements. Attest: H. L. SWATTS rit wi. f26" x E. C. FLANAGAN, Mayor. NOTICE , Notice Is hereby given that' the construction of Asphaltic Concrete Pavement and Concrete frn0Cti"1.KCurb' on Nortn lFr'd avenue from North strent in tha ru.. ii..!.. t been completed. ti lu,al, ,ronta8e of property abut tli p on North Florida avenue between the points named above is 2,400 feet een lne Ihat the total cost of said paving Is $2 -952.00; that the City of Lakoland's one-third proportion of said cost is $984.00; that the amount claimed iicnlnaf tha aHiiittniT therefor Is $1,968.00; and therefore the rate ui tuucanunuit is ii.bz per rront root. That the property abutting on said Improve ment and liahle in follows, to-wlt: Lots 1, 4, 6, and 8 of Block 1; 1, 5, e and 7, of Block 10; N of lot 1. S 1 and lot 4 of Block 11; 1, 6, and 4 of Block 20; 1 and 4 of Block 21; According to the resubdivision of McRae and Bryant's second addition to Lakeland, Fla., as recorded in Plat Book 2, Page B!. Records of Polk Co., Fla. Lots 4, 3, 2, and 1 of Block 1. According to Emory Bryant's Addition to Lnkeland, Fla., as recorded ln Plat Book 2 Page 32; Records of Polk Co., Fla. A tract of land east of Florida avenue and flouting thereon, being a part of the 8W14 of the SWVi of Sec. 7, of twp 28 soutn. Range . "wnning ia rt. north rroni the south line of the said Qr. Qr section and ex tending north along the east side of Florida avenue lfiS feet. .A.utraSl of land' bel"K a Prt of the swi of the SWVt of Sec. 7 of twp. 28 south, 24 east; and beginning 330 ft. north from the ?Z . m6 I '? ?r' C,r sectlon- and 011 ,h,! 1 " lL iJl , ave""e . a"d "'ending ........ ..v-.., ilwn pumi i, mm reel. At 11 SDPPilll DIOPttnir n 4l. nt.. r, . mx " on " lay of March, desire to mnke against this assessment .TftlTV f LTPXT L. ,r,,l"l,'ls;1"""- t Public Improvements. iA test; H. L. SWATTS, City Clerk. 1 7281 E- C FLANAGAN. Mflvnr NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the construction of Asphaltic Concrete Pavement and Concrete Curb and Gutter, on .Morton street from Lake avenue to Ingraham avenue, has been com pleted. That the total frontage of property abutting on Morton street between the points named above and liable for assessment Is 2,443.2 ft. That the total cost of said paving Is $4, 101.58; that the City of Lakeland's one-third proportion of said cost is $1,368.19; that the amount claimed against the abutting property therefor is $2,736.89; therefore the rate of assessment Is $1.12 per front foot That the property abutting on said improve ments and liable to assessment therefor, b as follows, to-wlt: Lot 8, of Block 1; According to Sloan's resubdivision of lots 12. 13, 14, and 15, of Block K, of Morton's Addition to Lakeland, Fla., as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 35; Records of Polk Co.. Fla Lots 16, WV4 17. EH 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23. 24, 25, and 26, of Block K; 1, E. 95 ft. of 2, W. 5 ft. of 2, E. 60 ft. of 3, W. 40 ft. of 3, 4, 5, and 6 of Block J; According to Morton's Addition to Lake land, Fla., as recorded In Peed Book G. Page 79: Records of Polk Co., Fla. A tract of land being a part of the NW of the SEVi of Sec. 18, twp. 28 south, Range 21 cast, fronting on the north side of Morton street, having a frontage of 106.3 ft., being occupied by the A. C. L. Ry. Co.'s right-of- way. A tract of land being a part of the SW of the SE4 of Sec. 18, twp. 28 south, Range ' O. ana, .1.- .1. , . - . vu.tu, iiuiiLlUK WII U1W HOUII1 siae oi Mor- ton street, having a frontage of 126 3 ft., being the A. C. L. Ry. Co.'s right-of-way. Lots 8, W 9. EH 9 of Block 1 ; 8 and 9 of Block 2; 8 of Block 3: According to Nichol's and Waring' resub division of lots 7 to 20, of Block .1 of Mor ton's Addition to Lakeland, Fla., as recorded l'i Pint Book 3, Page 31; Records of Polk Co.. Fla. At a snecial montlnc nf tlio rtv rnn.mt.. ! loners of Lakeland. Fla., to be held at the ' ny nan in Lakeland on nth dav of March i'MS. at 2:00 o'clock p. m., the said Citv j ( ommissloners will hear all legal reasons unicii uie owner or owners or other persons inierested in said lots or parcels of land may (!calre to make- against this assessment JOHN M. KEEN, Commissioner of Public Improvements Attest: H. L. SWATTS. Citv Clerk 72fi2 E. C. FLANAGAN, Mayor. rate of assessment is $1,575 per fr-nt foot. Iment, and liable to assessment therefor .J follows, to-wlt: Lots 3 and 6 of Block 13 ; According to tbi resubdivision of McRae and Pryant's Addition to Lakeland. Ha., as coided In Plat Book 2, Paise 4 ; Record of Polk Co., Fla. ...v of the NEV. of section 139. twp. 28 south. r.mge 23 east, tronting on me ai North Dakota avenue and beginning at the In tersection with West Peachtree street; thence north 260.4 feet. A tract of land, being a part of the fcWV of the NEV4 of section 13, twp. 28 south, innge 23 east, fronting on the west side of North Dakota avenue and beginning at the intersection of West Peachtree street; thence southwesterly along the west side of the said Dnkota avenue 85.3 feet. At a special meeting of the City Commis sioners of Lakeland. Fla., to be held at the City Hall in Lakeland on 9th day of March, 1H1Q nt O .ftft A'nlnnl, n m th fl.lift Clt Commissioners will hear all legal reasons nnicn me owner or owners or ouier perrons l.iiacaatoH In aairl Into nf narnola nf lilllfl I11HV disire to make against this assessment. JOHN M. KfcKN. Coiimiissiotier of Public Improvements. Attest: H. L. SWATTS. Citv Clerk. 72-Vt E. C. FLANAGAN, Mayor. I NOTICE .lllll tr IS IICICII, KI1CII 11(11 11IC l-Ulll, I1VH"" of Asphaltic Concrete Pavement and Concrete , l l ..li .. ...nal liru .lliu uiiiwi, Ull .miKiiuua numi from North Florida avenue, to North Dakota avenue, nas neen coinpieiea. That the total frontage of property abutliiiK .... tl'n.. n. . I ..to uii icni. .iidKnuiia nireci, uemccu iuc (iijiuis named above, and liable to assessment, is 2,140 reel. 1M..., .1... . n t.. . I inn, mo uiiiti rirai in nam pin lilt; is j 360.70; that the City of Lakeland's one-third l n,,i,i nun hi rmiu cum im 9i,iiu.;iii: umv inc amount claimed against the abutting proper ties ihpmfnr iu 9,'A 7'i lhtrvtnrn iUa rntu of assessment is $1.67 per front foot. mat me property aoutting on said improve ment and liable to assessment therefor is as follows, to-wit: Lots 3 and 4 of Block 9: 4, EW. of 3. V of 3, Block 10; 4 and 6 of Block 11; 7 and ? 0,Block 12 : l E 2. WV4 2 of Block In: EH 1. of 1 V.ii. nt Wli. r,t Block 15; 1 and 2 of Block 14; 1, 2, 5, and 6. of Block 13; According to resubdivision of McRae and Iryants Addition to Lakeland, Fla., as re o.rded In Plat Book 2, Page 64; Records of Polk Co., Fla. At a snpplnl nmartnr, nit., r. i. ui me iiy vommis- ru,le ,1f ,Laiel,and. fla., to be held at the i is II A " "aseianu on atll day of March, 1.118, at 2:00 o'clock p. m., the said Citv I which the owner or owners or other persons fcS ,Cd iS,lld lots nr I)ar'''13 f lad v de..lre to make against this assessment I , , JOHN M. KEEN, Commissioner of Public Improvements. A test: If. I,. SWATTS. Citv rierk. '-,,X K. C. FLANAGAN, Mayor. "BLACK PLAGUE." NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the construction of Asphaltic Concrete Pavement and Concrete Protecting Curb on Morton street from In graham avenue to the City Limits has been completed. That the total frontage of property abut ting on Morton street between the above named points ajid liable to assessment is 2,r0.00 ft. That the total cost of said pavintr Is 2, 822 40; that the City of iLakftland's one tblrd pronation of said cost Is S940.80 : th.it the amount claimed aealnst the ibiittlng moperty therefor, is $1,881.60: and therefore the rate of assessment is $0,735 per front foot. That the property abutting on said Im provement and liable to assessment therefor is as follows, to-wit : Lots 14. 15 16. 17, 18, 19. 20, ?l 2? T 24. 25. and 26 of Block C: 1. 2. 3, 4 5 V 7, 8. 9. 10. 11 and 12 of Block I)'; According to Morton's Addition - to T.nke l.md. Fla.. as recorded In Deed Book G, Page 79: Records of Polk Co., Fla. At a snecial meerln? of the Citv Commis sioners Of T.flVclntli Fl in ha hrtlJ n .1. . ntr Fall In T.aVpinnd on 9th dnv of March, 191S. at 2-00 o'clock p. m., the said Citv Commissioners will hear all reasons wb'rh die owner or owners or other persons Interested In said lots or unreels of land may desire to make atainst th's tniTN f KEKN. Commissioner o' Poh'ic Tinnrovements Airst: H. L. SWTT9 nir rv-v E. C. FT.ANAGAN Mayor. NOTICE Notice Is herebT riven that the construction of Aspha'tle Concrete. Pavement and Concrete Curb and Cutter on North Dnkota avenue, from T.nke Wire Drive to Magnolia street, has bcn completed. , Tbt 'he to'sl frontar of property abutting on North Dakota avenue, between the points W named, and liable to assessment is 620 ! fr: "t the total cost of said pirni, i, j . Sss. that h C't of Tv.,nd's nne-'hlrd pmrmrtlnn f sld est ln.l,.rf'n t's "-"I n-( 56 S tort Ts fronte Is J5TT 4ft ; tb.t the ammwit r't arnlnsf the abnttlnt propers therefor Is WT t?. snfl therefore the It has been thought by manv that syphilis is as old as the Bible or as oiu as Leprosy. Prior to 1493, it is supposed to have been unknown. It was carried by the crew of Columbus i his return voyage from Hnvti Some of this crew accompanied Charles VIN of France in 14114 with the Army, which invaded Italy for the conquest of Naples. The epidemic began in Italy and the disease spread ranidlv over v.. rope with Uie scattering of the sol- uieis. 1NO disease wna ovm. be so progressive and to niar, ,,., universal havoc. Unless, nhen and gradually stamped out-when win u ena.' As a menace to health, happiness, prosperity and nr-no-r the venereal diseases are regarded as me greatest of modern plagues and their prevention is the most AiKnn problem of the present age. it has been frequently stated by With our Two Drug Stores Henley's and the Magnolia "we are able to give service which cannot be excelled anyy, In the country. Whether it Is Drugs, Toilet Goodt Rubber Goods, or Hot and Cold Drink Ice Cream and Irutt Punch lor Parties, Etc. We have the Best th at money can buy. Have you been feeling Run Down? If so seek Health Through a Bottle of Tanlac One Bottle will make you Feel 10 years Younger Let us Serve You. Tourists cordially Welcomed at our Store HENLEY & HENLE HENLEY'S Phone 62 and 63 MAGNOLIA Phone 25 recognized authority that civilization and syphilization have been close companions; but it is now considered prevalent among the uncivilized as well as the civilized. The people should know that It is preventable that it is curable that it is infectious that it is hereditary. There is no natural immunity to this disease all are susceptible. This question: "What are we going to do about it?" seems pertinent. It lowers the standards of health and paves the way to other diseases. Twenty per cent of all the insane in the asylums are cases of Paresis (softening of the brain) and practic ally all of these Paretics give history of this disease. A large majority of the insane in our asylums are due to syphilis, alcohol and heredity. Pinkus estimated that one man in five in Germany has had syphilis. Stokes says: "The steady rise hi the amount of syphilis in a civil pop ulation during the war is evidenced, for example, by the figures of Gauche's clinic in Paris in which, just before the war, ten per cent of pa tients were syphilitic; after the first sixteen months of the war sixteen and six-iemns per cent were syplf and In the last eight months December 1916, twenty-five wr had the disease." To quote J further; "The toll of syphilis it ery and desolation, in heart ings, in broken bonds and de!i ideals can never be estimate! numbers or words." No doubt that a campaign of J ity can do much to control the of this disease under war conli Every man should understand disease should not be kept a sJ but made public and each 8 hia bit," to aid public health o5 in their efforts to control this d and prevent Its spread. AUCTION SAID OF HOUSE HOLD GOODS AD FOM next Saturday at 2 p. m at oil fctand in Bowyer building. If yoi household goods, furniture, etc want sold, list same at once. bor we get 100 per cent more second hand stores will Phone 486 Blue. B. H. HARNO 725:2. AuctM hJKVU UU.U 1 TlETnu; 1 , . " consider a bonT AT 0 our, gs-every one of which we rtHMuri e wil1 lady give additional into iron, JSuTOSted PrPertl6S and wil1 welcome road. No wm on terms. "earing. $25.00 per acre vsiss three mii- road. Dark loamy soil good di miie ot ral1" acre. Terms. g d dralnlng- $25.00 per AubCu7nlae:Too?f0au?r three mll torn ings 125 tearing S and T an? 0ut bu,ld' several acres of Sst?a wherries ,nd cah?'' trees' acres under fence, within a n-- -rl cabba8e- 20 hou5e. , lttT D 15. acres on asphalt road -?u -t Lakeland. 12 acres rlParL l.miles east of Planted to Sugar Cane e S'1 fenced- 1 acre Exceptionally Bfine truck n TZ0 6tC' can be made to pay for tV.ii 18 PrPerty crop. Price $1400 00 frm this Ws of tLirZ SaiSoraadnfOUr mlles condition; five room hOU8! barn 1 ! falr this is fine trucking land and th .etc" -A part 01 citrus fruit land. About It ac Jsemainder Eood ready for cultivation. S the hill Cl,eared and strawberrv r,ttl. ...J the heart of the hPBr from shippingloint Price P-1 acres in LakiLl 316 ;00-. . T"ms. a fine asphalt street, plan ed t yTXa avenue and grapefruit trees which ar AS"6'1 0range bearing. Price $1,500.00 Sms 1 Cming lnt0 G 20 acres of cleans ; South Florida avenrT 0?e m?iefeTnCed land on fine site for a subSa Tlomi $stt"u' A grove. Price $5,500.00. Tern? 'trus fruIt T T A in ir r dence Sr clu.We res,, ing orange and granefnut X 20.feet- ear- Tprmo T A l ... . . ieland at $75.00 to SlKnon 00mi nn vptv easy terms. Thesa Into o Vv. i J ttpII located. J 66 acres on one of the prettiest fresh water lakes in the Highland Lak Resinn nf Polk Coun ty. 10 acres in bearing grove, good six-room htBmA The finest wlnter home Proposition to oe had in this section. Price $16,000.00. Ask for detailed information if Interested. K A beautiful location embracing 53 acres, a portion of which is within the corporate limits or Lakeland. Located on the shores of Lake Hunter, a beautiful fresh water lake which notea ror its scenic beauty and splendid fishing u acres of this property is in old bearing orange trees, which under average conditions will pr auce a crop worth from $3,000.00 to $5,000.00 an nually Ten acres in young budded orange ana grapefruit trees which will come into bearing W1l i" two years- Tne remainder is an excellent sub-division proposition and can be sold in acre tracts to those desiring a location for a winter nome in an exclusive and restricted community nnn LPrperty wl" be a whole for 25. "00.00, or offered separately. As we are the o- oi tnis property we are in a position to j iiius io interested paruea. L Five . uuuaiu TV mill an uvu.- yeniences, on large well located lot. This bou? 18 practicallv now - -im rmv l $2,500.00. Terms can h nrpn?.rl. 1 VV A ntrn .. . " wttu dcvc hi inmiHnnn acico Webster Belt" of Sumter County. This is the oest all around general farming and trucking sec tion of Florirln ga i t--tr . . m acre' "P at $25.00 to $40.00 per acre. Terms $100 per acre cash and 1 nn w - -kw TMn inter I l0t , , T--vw yL BUB UIUUIU";. I n.AAU a. i-ii!Lioriliustrated literature. J In addition to the above wp citrus aad trucking lands loctS 3 nr"mber of 40'acre tracts of both wnicn can be had it tic nA u CIgni ""lesirorn Larger tru ? i per acre on terms. Don't hesitate to cZ T the above describprjjra ask us to show you any of - TT Anm A f' W'" 'd,y ,ve you one on request kTlHoTIA LAND CO.