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THE EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA., TUESDAY, JULY 2. 1918
Summer SALE Cool Afternoon Dresses and Sport Shirts The Florida Ligislature THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE 1919 Now In Progress Here 15 Per cent Off On These Goods New Shipment Shirt Waists Just Received La MODE Mrs. H. Logan, Prop, Senators District 1 W. A. McLeod, Milton. 2 John P. Stokes, Pensacola. 3 John L. Moore, DeFuniak Springs. 4 W. J. Singleton, Grand Ridge. 5 H. L. Oliver, Apalachlcola. 6 S. W. Anderson, Greensborough. 7 Oscar M. Eaton, Lakeland. 8 D. M. Lowry, Tallahassee. 9 John E. King, Inverness. 10 J. W. McKinnon, Madison. 11 II Doyle E. Carlton, Tampa. 12 W. T. Cash, Perry. 13 Dr. W. L. Hughlett, Cocoa. 14 M. L. Plympton, Lake City. 15 A. D. Andrews, Raiford. 16 James E. Calkins, Fernandina. 17 J. B. Johnson, Live Oak. 18 J. Turner Butler, Jacksonville. 19 George W. Crawford, Conway. 20 W. J. Crosby, Citra. 21 J. W. Turner, Cedar Keys. 22 T. T. Turnbull, Monticello. 23 W. M. Igou, Eustis. 24 W. H.. Malone, Key West. 25 C. C. Mathis, Vernon. 26 W. A. Russell, Crescent City. 27 A. M. Wilson, Miakka. 28 Lincoln Hulley, DeLand. 29 W.E. Baker, Lake Geneva. 30 John Bradshaw, Jasper. 31IIW. A. McWilliams, St. Augustine. 32 D. G. Roland, Newberry. Members of House Alachua E. R. B. Kite, Gainesville. Alachua Eli Futch, Gainesville. Baker C. F. Barber, Macclenny. Bradford R. A. Greene, Stark. Bradford A. S. Crews, Starke. Brevard J. J. Parrish, Titusville. Bay J. E. Stokes, Panama City. Broward Fort Lauderdale. Calhoun T. C. Ray, Blountstown. Citrus L. H. Barlow, Holder. Clay L. A. Wade, Green Cove Springs. Columbia W. J. Roebuck, Lake City. Columbia W. W. Phillips, Lake City. Dade John W; Watson, Miami. DeSoto John B. Cochran. Nocatee. Duval F. 0. Miller, Jacksonville. Duval E. W. Waybright, Jackson ville. Escambia John II. Gates, Uensacola, R. F. D. Escambia Herbert P. Caro, Pensa cola. Franklin E. R. L. Moore, Carra belle. Gadsden S. H . Strom, Juniper. Gadsden A. L. Wilson, Quincy. Flagler I. I. Moody, Bunnell. Hamilton Braxton Small, Jasper. Laundry Work That Excels Let us do your Table Linen Sheets, Pillow Cases, Etc. S at isf action Guaranteed Lakeland Steam Laundry PHONE 130 R. W. WEAVER, Prop. Umllton W. J. Dees, Jasper, lernando M. W. Dawson, Brooks-vine. Hillsborough George H. Wilder, Plant City. Hillsborough Dr. C. A. Hamblin, Tampa. Holmes C. R. Mathis, Bonifay. Jackson Amoa E. Lewis, Mariana. Jackson R. L. McCreary, Grace- ville. Jefferson Roland J. Carroll, Lamont. LaFayette J. Albert Breare, Mayo. Lake L D. Edge, Groveland. Lee Francis W. Perry, Fort Myers. Leon John A. Scruggs, Lloyds. Leon A. H. Williams, Tallahassee. Levy W. J. Epperson, Bronson. Liberty C. M. Ernest, Hosford. Madison T. C. Merchant, Madison. Madison N. W. Campbell, Lamont. Manatee H. S. Glazier, Bradentown. Marion W. J. Folk, Romeo. Marion Norman A. Fort, Lynn. Monroe George G. Brooks, Key West. Monroe J. F. Buste, Key West. Nassau J. Hampton Jones, Callahan. Nassau H. H. Surrency, Callahan. Okeechobee W. L. Coats, Okeecho bee City. Orange W. L. Dillard, Winter Gar den. Orange Seth Woodruff, Orlando. Osceola N. C. Bryan, Kissimmee. Okeloosa J. A. Hart, Baker. Pasco E. P. Wilson, Dade City. Polk John M. Keen, Lakeland. Polk W. 0. Williams, Fort Meade. Putnam W. G. Tllghman, Palatka. Putnam -TI. S. McKenzle, Palatka. Pinellas S. D. Harris, St. Petersburg. Palm Beach E. W. Bunker, Lake Worth. Santa Rosa J. J. Hardin, Jay. S&nta Rosa J. H. Jarman, Munson. Seminole F. L. Woodruff, Sanford. St. Johns Frank M. Corbett, Moul trie. St. Johns W. M. DeGrove, Palai Val ley. St. Lucie-Richard Whyte, Ft. Pierca. Sumter N. J. Wicker, Coleman. Suwannee S. A. Hinley, Live Oak. Suwannee A. W. McLeran, Well born. Taylor W. L. Weaver, Perry. Volusia Murray Sams, New Smyrna. Volusia J. J. Tillls, DoLand. Wakulla Herbert S. Moore, Craw fordvlllo. Walton D. Stuart Glllis, DeFuniak Springs. Washington L. D. McRae, Chiploy. THE OrEN BOAT J AMERICAN for AMERICAN k I WATCHES GIRLS I T The 1 0-0 Size Elgin Watch Is i J The Smallest Made T American Watch ? Rotary Buttons for The Rotes l i Stevens Jewelry Store J "When this here war is done," says Dan, "and all the fighting's through. There's some'll pal with Fritz again as they was used to do; But not me," says Dan, the sailor man; "not me," says he, "Lord knows it's nippy in an open boat on winter nights at sea." "When the last battle's lost an' won, an' won or lost the game, There's some'll think no 'arm to drink with squareheads just the eame; But not me,' says Dan the sailor man, "an' if you ask me why- Lord knows it's thirsty in an open boat when the water-beaker's dry." "When all the bloomin' mines i3 swep' an' ships are sunk no more, There's some'll set them down to eat with Germans as before; But not me," says Dan the sailor man, "not me, for one Lord knows it's hungry in an 'ipen boat when the last biscuit' done." "When peace is signed and treaties made an' trade begins again, There's some'll shake a German's hand an' never see the stain: But not me," says Dan the sailor man, "not me. as God's on high Lord knows it's bitter in an open boat to see your shipmates die." C. F. S., in Punch. of Ireland withour further delay. "Under the circumstances, the young men of this country feel that it la only right they should co-operato and assist their relatives in America, as that country has always been the homo of the Irish people who have had to emigrate through necessity or otherwise, since 1847. I have sub mitted the matter to the governments concerned." Tho naval recruiting officer at Bur lington, Vt., was completely stumped when Max Bogue, aged 20, appeared for enlistment. He stood exactly six feet eleven inches high. Tho surgeon had to use a chair to got high enough to examine his heart and lungs. Ev- jcry organ was found to be perfect. While Bogue will not bo received aboard ship an effort will be made tj get him into the service for recruit ing purposes. Bogue is a Vermonter and lives in Cambridge. A Bangor, Me., horseman who re cently purchased an automobile, got into his machine and grasping tho wheel just as ho had always taken hnlrl nf thft rnlns. braced his feet against what used to bn the dasher, but what this time happened to be the starting apparatus. This caused the machine to shoot forward through the back of the garage and down a five-foot wall Into the grass. Nothing 'was hurt but the garage. Bohemian women in national eos tume will figure largely in the Cze choslovak section of the 4th of July pageant to be given in Washington, D. C. Instead of small celebrations throughout the country the Czecho slovak National Council is concen trating all efforts in making the cele bration at the National Capitol a rep fcseotatlve one. The trade between the United States and the contiguous territories of Alaska, Hawaii. Porto Rico, tho Phil ippines and Guam reached a total of $502,951,000 in 1917, as compared with $395,837,000 in 1916 and f98, 863,000 in 1915. Thoughtless spending is one of Germany's silent allies. Dublin, July 1. A proposal to con duct in all the towns and villages of Ireland a recruiting campaign to en list young men for service in the American army has been submitted to the British and American govern ments. The plan has been made pub lic by P. J. McAndrew, chairman of a committee formed by citizens of Dublin. In a statement printed in Dublin newspapers, Mr. McAndrew proposes an organized recruiting campaign throughout Ireland. He said: "I have had many inquiries from different parts of Ireland as to the mode of procedure necessary for young men to join the American army. The young men state that they only realized recently that America had gone seriously into the war, and that they have had letters from brothers, cousins, and more distant relatives in America who have joined the Ameri can army or navy. All these Ameri can Irishmen, they say, write them that, in their opinion, the war will lead to the freedom of Ireland, as they are satisfied that America will see that justice is done to the people Ants Get Everywhere Ants seem to get everywhere un less they are carefully watched and killed. BEE BRAND INSECT POWDER is the arch enemy of ants and bugs of every kind. Sprinkle it wherever they gather or appear and your troubles with them will soon be over. Harmless to human beings and domestic animals. Bee Brand Insect Powder fan it Into the ttf r Flies and mosquitoes die in a few minutes. Will kill ants, fleas, roaches, bed-bugs, lice, and bugs of nearly every kind. Directions on package. 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CALL OR WRITE FOR LITERATURE OR FURTHER INFORMATION NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN COCRT OF THE COUNTY rrOCE. POIK rOt'NTY STATU OF FLORIDA. In re Estate of Peden Brent Hsynes, deceased. To U Creditors, Legatees. Dlstrlhutees and all Persona having Claim or Demand Against Sold Eatatt: , Aim , Too, and each of you, art heretrr notified and required to present any claim and d mands which you, or either of you, may hart airainst the estate of Peden Brent Haynea, deceased, late nf Polk County, Florida, to Use, undersigned administratrix of said estate, with. In two vears from date fiereof. , . Dated Mar 23, A. D. 1918. MRS. MAOGIB C. HAYNES, T60S Admlnltratrlx.