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1 v.4l. "- FLA., THURSDAY, DEC. 13,1918 bu Haven't Finished Your Christmas Shopping X 4 you have visited our 8tore and inspected the magniflcent & A we offer from which to make your Belection of ZtZ f 9tock ifl so complete, so metropolitan in character f. , quality and so reasonable in price, th.t - S B X d pleased. 'wu DU Idition to staples we have especially featured many novelties I ValUe beauty- No to find here a suitabt I or every one. 0 sulDn n-Cotter Jewelry Company I 609 FRANKLIN STREET TAMPA, FLA. -"".-..-.x-x-x-: r f FACTS ABOUT LAKELAND Motor Club is working, provide a camping site I 4 hsitors who do not care the expensive hotels. It hat the city council will the movement. iSays: Irdware men uy we Inake a success of a business. Our sales tan. ack Shell' sale was bccess and we have feek we will shoot a I in Enamel Ware Found a jobber with lock, a little nervous, By to make the right We will give you the If thee buy. Have a supply of ndy little "Mendlts" can fix up your Ins. ODD Hardware Man Main Street PHONE 340 ORDINANCE NO. 225 land. Polk County, Florida. e SKCTI0N I.-That it is hereby ordmd that the following streets and highway.! & graded, paved, curbed and Improved in guch ZUL b9 deslgnated uter Orange Park Drive: From Lake Mnrtiwi Drive to Rlggins street; paved K fleet X with concrete curb and gutter nSMnBl,V.ard: From Lke Mor'0" Drtw to McDonald street; paved 20 feet wide with concrete curb and gutter. Massachusetts Avenue: From Lake Morton Drive to Lime street; paved 20 feet wide with concrete curb and gutter. Walnut Street: From Lake Morton Drlvo to Indiana avenue; also from Missouri avenue to Morida avenue; paved 20 feet wide wits concrete curb and gutter. Cedar Street: From Massachusetts avenue to Iowa avenue; paved 20 feet wide with con crete curb and gutter. Iowa Avenue: From Lake Morton Drive to Oranee street: also from Carta atrt in n.b street; paved 20 feet and 23 feet wide re- wiiu Kuucreia curu ana guuer. North Kentucky Avenue: From Oak street to Parker' street : naved 23 feet nirln niih crete curb and gutter. New York Avenue: From Peachtree street to Magnolia street; paved 20 feet wide with concrete curb and gutter. East McDonald Street: From Florida avenue to Ineraham avenue: naved 20 feet nirin wltli concrete curb and gutter. West Main Street: From New York avenue to Dakota avenue; paved 30 feet wide with concrete curb and gutter. Smith riaknttt Awmi. IVaha Tnnn .tH.t n T.nlrft WfM niiva n.rad 09 taa f.n n Lemon street to Main street, and 20 feet wide irora main sireei 10 iiaae wire imve, wiui concrete curb and gutter. H illerest Drive: From Florida avenue to Missouri avenue; paved 80 reet wide with con crate curb and ratter. .. : SECTION II. The Commissioner of Put.lle Works, now known as Commissioner of Fub- II. I t.. - t.AnK nmAwA 11C llUJjrUVClUVUI.9, 19 UC1CUJ VIUVIVU) KUUIVI- lzed and empowered to advertise for bids for grading, paving aim cuiuiug aiiu uiucivuae jiu- prUVUlK UIO dUUro iuguuuiivu .www auu i v nues. Approved this, the nineteenth day of Novem. I. . Tl inia Utjr, A. V. 100. E. C. FLANAGAN, Mayor or Commlssloner-at-Large. I, H. L. Swatts, City Clerk of Lakeland, Florida, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 225 was duly passed by the City Commissioners In adjourned session on Nov. 19, A. D. 1918. Witness mv hand and the seal of tie municipality date aforesaid. (Corporate Seal.) H. L 8110 SWATTS, City Clerk. tyleplus Clothes $25 and $30 W grade the same price the nation over Melton-Ott Clothing Co. It has a population of about 10,000. The census of 1915 irav if ion making it rank at that time the fifth wty in me state. U has an altitude of 227 tw w sea level, Is wonderfully healthful ana iree from malaria. It Is on the main lina nt th ai. tic Coast Line Railroad. son mit south (slightly south-west) of Jack- in : Buuvme, ana 32 miles east nf Tmn nas Detween 30 and 40 nuspn. ger trains a day. It was Incorporated in irju on mereiore a comnarativelv nw . v it W TV U u nas municipal-owned llstht and water plants; which give splendid service at very reasonable rates. It bas the best and nureat wntnr in tne State and there Is no better anywhere. The supply Is from arte. sian wells of great depth and volume. It has a pretty park In the center or tnp town around which the bus iness jsectlon centers. It Is In the heart of the oranea and grapefruit section, and It Is the shipping point of many thousands of Doxes of citrus fruit every year. It has two large citrus fruit pack ing houses with the most imnrovfld machinery and employing many help ers during the season, It has a large factory devoted to the manufacture "and bottling 'jf grapefruit Juice and other citrus products. It has an iron working plant em ploying about 50 workmen, and at present engaged with government contracts. It has railroad shops which dis tribute a very large payroll, and it is the terminus of seven railroad di visions, making it the home of many railroad operatives. i It has a modified commision form of government, and Its municipal af fairs are satisfactorily managed. It has an excellent fire-department, with modern apparatus and equipment It has miles of brick and blthulithic paved streets pf the highest type of construction. . ; It has a splendid telephone system. with about 1500 subscribers. It has an automobile to every per sons, y , i It has six beautiful fresh-water lakes ing either wholly within the city. Ifcjiltsor bordering thereon. I It has an Elks' Club building, re cently completed, at a cost of about $75,000. It has a newly completed govern ment building, costing 175,000. It has up-to-date stores and bus iness houses, representing every line. It has two strong banking Institu tions, with ample capital and large resources. It has an Auditorium capable of seating 2,000 people. Select Your Christmas Gifts i amau deposit win Reserve Them Pickard China Fostoria Glass Gorham and Alvin Silver Community and Alvin Plate . The Newest and Best in Jewelry Beautiful Leather Goods Watches Watches Watches STEVENS JEWELRY STORE . LV VnlL ers, U. C. T. and others. It is in the center of the straw berry section, and shipments of ber ries are made to the North through out the winter months. Splendid prices are obtained sometimes as high as 1.60 a Quart. It ships vegetables, fruits, etc., during practically every month of tho year. It has a cosmopolitan population, made up of people from every State In the Union. it has been a "dry" town almost since Its foundation, and the moral atmosphere is unexcelled. ERRY GARAGE AT OLD STAND AUTO REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS GAS AND OIL FOR SALE LSO HAVE ONE FIVE-PASSENGER IN CONDITION 213 W. MAIN STREET T. W. PERRY, Prop. It has a splendid graded school system, employing competent teach ers, and occupying two large, mod ern and well-ventilated brick build ings. It has church buildings some of them very handsome ones for the following ' denominations: Baptixt, Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Cumberland Presbyterian, Christian, Catholic, Free Methodist, Lutheran, German Lutheran. It has church organizations for al most every denomination or sect. It has a Rotary Club which is ac tive in all public movements and good works. It has a Chamber of Commerce, with a paid secretary, alive to every public interest. It has the following fraternal or ganizations: B. P. O. E.. K. of P., W. iO. W., Odd Fe!low3, Masons, Knights ! Templar, Modern Woodmen, Shrin- ADLER-I-KA AGAIN! "Adler-1-ka is the only medicine for gas on the stomach. I never had so much relief with any medicine. I would not take $25.00 for tho relief one bottle of Adler-i-ka gave me. I cannot get done recommending it." (Signed) H. L. Hicks, Ashley, 111. Adler-i-ka expels ALL gas and sour ness. Removes ALL foul matter which poisons system. Often CURES consti pation, ' Prevents appendicitis. We have sold Adler-i-ka many years, It is a mixture of buckthorn, cascara, glycerine and nine other simple drugs. Henley & Henley. ; (2) WOOD Any Kind, eLngth or Size Good Wood Full Measure ; Prompt Service CASH WOOD YARD New Management E. Rose Street Phone 235 The shipments of pec started on a big scale in tY 1 region. It is reported " ' will be at least as go' and that several carj will be shipped this ALL SHIPS SET FOR flfi NOTICE TO THOSE WHOM IT MAT CONCERN There are a number of accounts due the firm of Smith Bros. On member, M. Albert Smith, died on Nov. 12, the other is in the army do ing what he can to restore peace to you, as well as himself. Their busi ness may have to be handled by an administrator, No one wishes private affairs to be handled publicly. There fore, we want to give you a chance to prove yourself worthy of the friend ship the boys have held and hold for you by sending the amount to me and I will see that a receipt is sent you by return mail. Their father, SAM SMITH, Is Your Grove At Work NOTICE I.N RE: Vinr.INM TRAKI'E, MARION TBA Bl'K, H. F. .1. TRABUE, JR., 1HAAC H. TRABI'K, JR., MINORS. Xntlcp Is hereby given that on the 21nt day nf January. 1414) I flhall nnnltr In Juil(e of rolk County. Florida, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at Bartow, Florida, In the County Jurlce'a office, for leave to sell all tho Interest of the foreuolnu minors In the follow ing dcncrllicd property : South half (14) of the United Mates lot five (5), less ten (10) acres on" the north side or me aouinwesi quarter or the southeast I quarter (14) In section twenty (2ft), township twenty.elfjit (2S south, rantte twenty-four ! (24) east. In I'olk County, Florida.) I shall ask that said sale be made public or nrivate. according in thn heut intorauta r I minors, as ordered by said Countv Judite. ' 8. f. J. TRAP IK, I 8194 Guardian for Above Named Minors. 1 It isn't the acreage within the fnces which determines the size of a citrus grove. .- Less . trees than the land should accommodate mean an endless loss of profits. Bring your grove up to capacity this year by mak ing necessary plantings. Write for catalog and price list. DUVAL ' Jacksonv 100 E003 Opposite post movements, eT Ice. Rates wit with bath. $1. W. Buckeye Nurseries M. E. GILLETT. 1224 Citizens Bank Bldg. , TAMPA, FLA. Some To Eat Day or L' Sha' ana Florida .JB Hall, Look, for 'the . OPERATING IN EIGN WATERS TO BE SEtf NEW, I0RK, FOR THE H COMfNG , (By Associated Press.) . Washington, bee. 13 Everv tal ship of the American navy, Ji ing ships that have been opoi vith the British main fleet durln 'ar, will return to home wateri jntjh, Secretary Daniels annoi I are expected to reach New '. 23. A naval review will e there to celebrate the home WE PROMISE TO REBUILD AND RE-POLISH YOUR SHOES LIKE NEW We Call for and Deliver all Work We, Use Best Material and v Workmanship . A Trial Will "Convlnie you - - i ID-DAYTONA AND THE VIOND-BUNNELL ROAD! OMPLETED IMMEDIA1 Fla., ' Dec. 13,-M1 liver for the Ackerini , . , ny will complete the ... Ju;ay between De ? to enni edla jT in '.Ifni'iiilil.'ilfca' iSHU-riXPT iIZZ HAINL j at Kl ""r of Ph. FISCHER & SON Shoe Repairing BY BEST AND LATEST METHODS Oldest Established House In South Florida Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention 111 South Florida Avenue LAKELAND, FLA. Our Work Always Pleases . c 'nt 'or p ' i . C tl ei ,o I ' ir ta IP i 5Ba . gj-gsSBSSBBSSSS s!' i . Mk . ik A . . . Sh . . .A Sk . A m a & m. . 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