a THE PROFESSIONS
8AMUEL F. 3MITH, M. 0.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Hours J to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. B.
Phone, Office, 141; Residence, t2
j. C. WILLIAMS
Attorney at Law
C. A. Boewall 8olon 0. Wlleon
WIL80N A B08WELL
Attorneya and Counaelora at Law
r)R. SARAH E. WHEELER
Munn Annex. Dor South of Flrat
D. 0. R0GER8
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Bryant Building Lakeland, Fla.
Established in July, MOO
DR. W. 8. IRVIN
Rooms 14 and 15 Kentucky Bldg.
F. A. Whitney Edwin Spencer, Jr,
Thos. W. Bryant
WHITNEY, SPENCER BRYANT.
Attorneys at Law
First National Bank Building
G. D. & H. D. MENDENHALL
- CIVIL ENGINEES
Phosphate Land Examination and
Plant Designs, Earthwork Spec
H, Peterson H. C. Petteway
PETERSON & PETTEWAY
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
DR. C. C. W I L 8 0 N
Practice Limited to
In Its Application to
DISEASES OF WOMEN AND
DR. J. B. S. HOLMES
Suite 7, 8, and 9 Dyches Building
312 East Main Street
Office and Residence Phone 15
MRS. S. J. FRASER
Summer Term May 15 to Sept. 4
Pupils May Enroll After May 1
411 S. FLORIDA AVENUE
Kentucky Auto Shop
P. A. CURTIS, Manager
ALL KINDS OF
r PHONE 422 ,
Leave Orders at
RED CRO?S PHARMACY
RUSH St. JOHN
KNULL FLORAL CO.
DO YOU KNOW
That the HUN is not fighting for a place in the sun, but for the FIRST PLACE h
under the sun. C Stop wasting your dollars and start LOVING AMERICA everv ere
DUTY IS NOT HALF SO HARD AS BERLIN WILL EXACT
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cLASSIFIED ADVERTISING fj
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FOR SALE One of the best 11-acres
truck farms on earth, 4 miles from
Lakeland, on bard road, good bouse
and barn. Growing truck, farming
tools, etc., $1,600 with terms. 0.
J. Wiliams, Telegram office or
Phone 337 Black. 8000
WILL EXCHANGES acrea good
land, half mile from Brooksrllle, on
bard road, for Lakeland property
or good car. 0. J. Williams, Tel
gram office, or phono 117-Black.
FOR SALE Solid Oak Refrigerator,
a bargain for $8.00. 416 West Lem
on Street (000
We have for sale some of the most
desirable truck and farm lands in
Florida. This property Is In y mile
city limits and can be had at the
right price and terms. Let us show
you some fine 10- and 20-acre tracts.
For particulars see G. C. Rogan,
Rooms 1 and 2, Deen and Bryant
Building, Phone 14.
FOB SALE 6-room house on South
Florida Ave. Fine location; will
sell cheap. W. K- McRae. phone 7.
FOR RENT 6-room Bungalow with
bath and all modern conveniences,
located in good residential section,
about 9 blocks from postofflce.
Reasonable. Address Box 490,
FOB SALE One of the best built
and most modern bungalows in
Lakeland. Choice neighborhood.
Garage. For sale by owner direct
No agents. Low price and terms to
suit purchaser. Address "Owner,"
Care Evening Telegram.
FOR SALE A pickup residential
site, corner on Lake Morton Drive,
riparian rights; beautiful and pic
turesque. Owner must leave town.
Apply 1004 Success Ave. Phone 366
FOR SALE Good pony horse. Apply
to D. H. Sloan. 7418
FOR RENT 0
FOR RENT Three nice office rooms
for rent over First National Bank.
Inquire at First National Bank.
FOR RENT Suit in Stephens' Apart
ments, on Lake Morton; gas, water
and electric lights; on lake front.
Write to S. M. Stephens, Lakeland,
or apply t6 Mrs. I. V. Stevens,
Apartment 4. 7477
FOR RENT House, close in, all con
veniences. Apply to Dr. Samuel F.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room
to young lady, or couple without chil
dren. 405 South Florida avenue.
6-ROOM COTTAGE furnished or un
furnished. 208 N. Fla. Ave., two
blocks from depot. Call or address
Box 101 7483
OWING TO POOR HEALTH, will sell
my fully equipped B-passenger Metz
touring car at a bargain. W. J. Al
len, Box 141, Lakeland, Fla. 7482
FOR RENT 7-room bungalow, mod
ern, furnished or unfurnished. 610
North Fla. Ave., G. D. STONER.
A. H. DeVANE, President
EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND,
WANTED Six to tea laborers, also
good, vigorous boys. Apply H. T.
Smith, Polk County Lumbar Go.
OLDSMAR LOTS $10 down, $10
month ; progressive new town fifteen
miles west of Tampa; Seaboard
Railway, good automobile road.
Free booklet William Bolles, Olds
mar, Fla. 7480
TOR SALE Iron bed, springs and
mattress, $10. Dining table $5. New
Process' Gasoline stove, $10. Victor
Talking machine, cabinet and 60
records, $10. Fine mandolin and
guitar, $15. 2 Eastman Kodaks.
Mower and bay rake that have nev
er been used $65. Small forge $4.
2 h. p. Detroit Kerosine engine.
$15. 1912 Overland car, $150.
G. D. STONER, 610 N. Fla. Ave.
WANTED You to know we can re
duce your tire expense by repairing
the cuts or putting on a new tread.
Come in and see our work. Stand
ard Tire & Vulcanizing Co., across
from Casino Theatre, Phone 384.
We have several second-hand sew
ing machines that are in good condi
tion. If you want a bargain, call and
7402 FLORIDA FURNITURE CO.
LODGES THAT MEET IN K. OF P. HALL
M. W. of A.
Modern Woodmen meet flrat end third Mon
days, 730 p. m., K. P. Hall. T. B. O'Bteen,
clerk, 217 East Main atreet. Phone 82.
Lady Maccabees meet second and fourth
Mondays, 7:3tt p. m., K. P. HalL Mrs. M. F,
Ellis, secretary, 610 East Orange St.
W. 0. w.
Woodmen of the World meet each Tuesday,
7:30 p. m., K. P. HalL W. B. Marcum, clerk,
214 East Pine 8L Phone 251.
K. of P.
Knights of Pythias meet each Wednesday,
7:80 p. m., K. P. Hall. Bobt. Thompson, K.
of B. ft 8., 1009 South Tennessee.
W. O. W. Circle meet the nrst and third
Thursdays, 7:30 p m K. P. HalL Mrs, B,
l. Sclpper, clerk, 302 South Virginia avenue.
Phone 191. ,
American Federation of B. B. Carmen
meets second and fourth Thursdays, 7:30 p.
m , K. P. Hall. J. J. Rhoades, secretary.
L. O. O. M.
Loyal Order of Moose meets Fridays, T:SI
p. m., K. P. Hall. L. B, Self ridge, secretary,
U. C. T.
United Commercial Travelers meet first and
third Saturdays, 7:30 p. m., K. P. HalL B.
I, Mayes, Jr, secretary, 315 South Mm
sachusetts avenue. Phone 81.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR POLK COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. S.
F. EVERETT. Complainant, vs. METROPOL
ITAN TRUST CO., a corporation, truitee, st
' ORDER OF PUBLICATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Atla.itlc
Trust Company, a corporation organized un
der the laws of the State of New York and
he Metropolitan Trust Company, a corpora
Ion organized under the laws of the State of
New York, as trustees, that a bill In chan
ery has been filed on the 15th day of April,
H8, praying for the removal from the records
against the title to lots 1, 2 and e of Block
of Lakeland Realty & Investment Company's
rc-sitbdlvlsion of Block 4 of Lake Beul&h ad.
dltlon to Lakeland, Florida, of a deed of lnit
nmae to me Atlantic Trust ompany on the
nd day of January. 1890, as hdng a cloud
pop the title to said property and you are
muicu iu ue hmu appear 10 ,ne said Dill in
; hnticery on the 20th day of Mav. l!)is.
It Is ordered that this order be published for
our (4) consecutive weeks In the Lakeland
'venlng Telegram, a newspaper of general em
ulation published In Polk county, Florida.
WITNESS my hand and official seal this
5th day of April, A. D. .1918
J. A. JOHNSON,
Clerk Circuit Court.
WHITNEY, SPENCER BRYANT,
Solicitors for Complainant. "429-Wed
100 ROOMS 50 BATHS.
Opposite postofflce. All modern im
provements, elevator, telephone serv
ice. Rates without bath, $1 and up;
with bath, $1.50 and up per person.
W. S. JONES, Mgr.
A. E. SLOAN, Vice-President
Me Mmk if LffliikAn
FLA, THtRSDA mmmmfmmmmm'mmJ
,.,lllln. ai.ir "!;'" '" "Ni Hamilton and Columbia Counties. organized in England to do
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Speckled Field Peas
MAKE YOUR HAY,
MEAT AND SYRUP
Hardware Co. 0
C. E. TODD, Mgr.
Send Your Panama
and Soft Hats to
C A. BURDETTE, Plant City, Fla.
We make them look like new
We pay parcel post one way.
Hati Gleaned and Blocked
All Work Guaranteed
Your Patronage Solicited
Out of Town Customers, send your
Hats by mall and we will return
them same way.
Florida Hat Shop
F. D. RUOCCO
804 E ROSE ST.,
Also Chufers, Peanuts and
Pi ' Velvet Beans
D. B. DICKSON LAKELAND
I have engaged the services of an
expert In the above lines, and re
spectfully solicit the patronage of
II who wish the best work of this
kind at the most reasonable price.
Phone 348 Red for Best Service
W. K. McRAE
L. W. YARNALL
LIGHT AND HEAVY
Orders Handled Promptly.
ijp'''' " " " "i 1 1 'isy
tt. Knot, iasnier
Boll weevils are already attacking
young cotton and the farmers are
greatly disturbed over the cotton
prospect A satisfactory acreaga oi
peanuts la being planted; beside- the
nuntinz of solid fields, peanut are
being planted with corn, beans and
A rtglittred pharmacist of exptritne ii always
on duty at the Red Crow Pharmacy. Whin
you send your proscriptions here yon are alwayi
assured they will be accurately rilled with the
very highest quality of drugs.
OUR MESSENGERS CALL FOR AND DELIVER PRESCRIPTION!
Red Cross Pharmacy
WALTER R. WILSON
Estimates Cheerfully Furnfcrfied en
ANY BUOAtftfi 03
IMOGX LARGI 03
Our Straws Meet The
Needs of the Best
Dressers who Demand
Smartness, Quality and
True Economy Prices
Are Known the World
Over as the Last Word
In Style. SeeOur Beau
tiful Assortment of
.mo i w a w
the store right at the
W. F. REID, Asst Cashier
and sawmill work.
FOR PROMPT SMVIM
arch of welcome
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