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THE EVENING TELEOILAH, LAKILAND. FLA-, WEDNESDAY. AWU u.
PAGl TWO i I I III S vOOC VZ- X TOBACCO r "UZHEN I bo fishin' l vv r h that bit d SMOOTHEST SMOKING Mat rfon'f. want tobacco "Bite" in tobacco comes either from poor leaf, or wrong "ripening" Wc use for VELVET only the finest Kentucky Burley. But we don't stop there. We put millions of pounds of this tobacco away every year, in wooden hogsheads, for Nature to patiently ripen and mellow. There are quicker ways, but they leave tome teeth in. The VELVET way makes the friendlier kind of to bacco. You can always go to it for comfort with out a "come-back." Get chummy with HWkf VELVET today. ill " it1 " I nkty Cigar. yM:i m jrf mk it mt tight f $famT22&' . tt mtkm U Jtmt Laundry Work That Excels Let us to your Table Linen Sheets, Pillow Cases, Etc. Satisfaction Guaranteed L&keland Steam Laundry MONK 130 R. W. WEAVER, Prop. A MAN WITHOUT A LIBERTY LOAN BOND Dont be that kind, be an Honer Roll Lakeland ever. man. Do your ahar to .. . . a,..jJifc put Your share) ia a, corUIn ctoflntte amount, your banker can tall you wmat it It. ConraK with him. fCE CONTRIBTED BY WIL6N HARDWARE COMPANY New Photo Studio a HALLEN OF TAMPA Will locata In Lakeland per manently, and la now equip Ing a Photo 8tudla In the DRANE BUILDING Will Reserve then. Open About May tat until your Ordera Are Yon Going To the Mountains? If bo, your trip will not be complete unless you visit Marion, N. C, and stop at Hotel McDowell located at the foot-hills of the Blue Ridge. Hot and cold water each room, also bath. Board by week ormonth reasonable. Service first, something to eat next , M. E. RANDOLPH, Prop. 5,000 Soldies In . France Training For Better Place In Civil Life PariB, April 22.T-Going to school and getting paid for it is one of the ways the A. E. F. puts In its time. There's plenty of play time !n tour ing France while on leave and in camp athletics. But aside-from being tourists and athletes the former fighting men o! the United States are students. You'd think all of them, officers and men had seen enough of schooling for It was school all the time while they were under military training in the cr.mps at home and before they went Into actoin over here. This is different. They won their military "degrees" In the well done job of licking the Germans. Now thousands are schooling themselves for better jobs and better citizenship. More than 5,000 officers and enlist ed men are attending the A. B. F. university at Beaune. It's an American-made university, created almost overnight In hundreds of buildings that formerly were used as a hospi tal. Bcaume is a small town about 200 miles southeast of laris. in the De- pntment Cote-d, Or, not far from Dijon. Register 1,11111 on Opening Pay On opening day last month 1.919 Students registered. The number climbed rapidly until now there is an attendance exceeding that of many big universities in the United States. All of the students had previous college and university records, many already having degrees. In the ma jority of cases they are men whose college courses back home were in terrupted when they enlfsted. Now they are finishing in the interim be tween the' armistice and demobiliza tion. And they draw army pay and living allowances while they're doing it. Thousands more are attending post schools in camps 'scattered all over France. Courses range all the way from preliminary schooling, for those handicapped in their earlier years by Ir.ck of opportunity for even common school education, up to the advance technical schools. The agricultural school at Allerby has a ibig attendance, testifying to the desire of many soldiers to take their living out of the soil when they pet home. The College of Business in the university at Beaune has the largest enrollment. The faculty includes several officers and enlisted men who gave up business successes to answer the call to arms. The dean is W. H. Lough, formerly of the New York University School of Commerce. Many embryo lawyers are in the army according to the enrollment in the College of Law. The dean is Captain Warren A. Seavey, who holdc the distinction of being the only white man who ever conducted a sue cessful school of law In China. Major William H. Parker is bead of the College of Letters. He was formerly professor of political econ omy at the University of Cincinnati. In the College of Fine and Applied Arts, the Industrial and commercial branch Is directed by Major Harry F. Cunningham and the painting by Cap tain Carl V. Burger. Doughboys rub shoulders with field officers here and in the various uni versities in France and England where special arrangements have been made to take care of American soldlr students. At the University of Dijon there are 262 Americans. Others, from ev ery branch of the service, are at tending the French unlvrsittes of Lyons, Caen, Paris. Grenoble and others, while the army Is also repre sented at Oxford and Cambridge in England. Eagle Roofing and Plumbing Co. . . mt A 'J CI A. If .X.I T 1 Practical 1 in, copper ami oneei mciw yvorKers Having located In Lakeland, we are now prepared to make esti mates and give satisfactory service on all work, large or small, la the above-mentioned line. We are First-Class Plumbers and Gaa Fitters, and make a specialty of Roofing, Cornices and Skylights, also of Radi ator Work. . We have satisfactorily carried ont many large contracts in South Florida and we can do your work right See us at H. 8. HOBBS Phone 164 tOS Main 8t F. J EVERETT T. W. PERRY O. K. TURNER Perry Garage AT OLD STAND Auto Repairing of All Kinds Gaa and Oil For Sale Used Cars Bought and Sold 213 W. MAIN STREET PHONE 407 T. VY. PERRY, Proprietor f 00Ofr4'0000040400OMi ThermosJBottles Have you ever .known the convenience of a .Thermos Better Especially en a long trip by train, aato or otherwise? Imagine the pleasure of having ea hand at all times a little re freshment either steaming hot or ley cold. Atlantic Hotel Bay and Hogan St, Jacksonville, Fla. All railroad ticket offices is build ing, center ot everything. Al modern improvements. First class in every particular. Rates, one person, 11-00 to ILH; two persona, 11.00 to tlSO. Bath I1.M. 12.00; two people, S1(0. 13.50. K. FRANK FEARCE, Prop. London, April 22. The London County Council has arranged pcheme of education for unemployed boys and girls under the age of 18 wuicn includes lectures, lessons In engineering, drawing, physical drii: and dancing. Youths and girls who register for employment will get no "out of work" pay if they do rot join the classes, which are being held five hours daily on five week days. Our line o( Thermos and Icy-Hat styles and sizes. bottles include all shapes, I Red Cross Pharmacy ft IS FOR PROMPT IUVIII 00040oOo6frOft44400000t WHAT RTtHE HONOR ROLL LIBERTY LOAN IN THIS PAPER OFi READ TUB fnUDl r-rr- ..... I WU1T TUB ... "vrcvn huu. n, bo TO YOUR BANK AND SUM ftTDiac ni m n,i . nun. WHY WAIT UNTIL A COMMITTEE CALLS ON YOU. BETTER NOW THAN LATER. SPACE CONTRIBTED BY JOE WILDER clans and nurses, have been feeding the poor, caring for the eick and in stituting American sanitary methods for several weeks. , The results have evoked warm expressions of thanks from the government. Relief stations have been established at Cattaro, Podgoritza. Nltshiti and Cettinje. and several hundred tons of supplies have already been distributed to the needy and to the hospitals. ' The American and Red Cross flags CetUnje, Montenegro. April 2J. which fly from the Red Cross Mis Th's litle Balkan country has been ( sion's warehouse In this ancient and tasting the benefits ot American Red picturesque city have eicited wide in Cross relief work. Major Edwin G..teret among the oMatenegrins. The -.-.f ..v----r mty c r rf tr r-t'oa have been onor no If your name is not on' that Roll of Honor your friends will wonder why. Prepare to put it there. You will stand RIGHT or you will stand WRONG. It's strictly your choice. Talk it over with your Bank. j SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY TCEN JEWELRY COH