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THB lEYSNINQ TELEGRAM. LAKaLAND, FLA.. THURSDAY. APRIL t4 191 ' ;!g-.
PAG SEC i, 1 Tfce Town Gossip I TOOK supper. LAST NIGHT. .DOWN AT Buck's. AND AS usual- THEY SERVED a flno me.. AND I enjoyed it. AND FOR dessert. WE HAD halt a peach. . v AND SOME cream. AND IF there's one thing. THAT ALWAYS worries ntt. IT'S TO see half a peach. IN A smooth saucer. . BECAUSE I know. WHAT THAT means. BUT JUST the same. I STARTED in. . WITH THE hope. THAT THAT peach. MIGHT BE different. FROM OTHERS I had met. BUT IT wasn't. AND THE first time. THAT I touched It. WITH MY spoon. t , IT SKIDDED over. TO THE other side. OF THE saucer. AND I tackled it some more. AND CHASED it back. TO THE middle. OF THE saucer. AND TRIED to dig the spoon INTO A piece of it. AND IT slid from under. AND I ate some ot the cream. TO COVER my confusion. AND LOOKED around. TO FIND out. IF THE others. IN THE room. WERE NOTICING me. AND I couldn't tell. WHETHER THEY were or not. AND FOR five minutes. I CHASED THAT peach. , " ROUND AND round. WITH MY spoon. AND AT one time. SHE WENT over the sid. AND HIT the table cloth. t WITH A splash. AND I could feel myself. GETTING RED all over. AND I ate some more. OF THE cream. AND TRIED to look. UNCONCERNED. AND COULDN'T do it. AND BELIEVE me. I WOULD have given. ANYTHING IN the world. FOR AN oyster fork. OR SOMETHING else. WITH WHICH to hold It. e AND SOMETHING. ' OUGHT TO be done. TO KEEP peaches. . FROM BEING so slippery. Those Who Represent Florida at The Leffislatu ire STATE SENATORS District 1 W. A. McLeod, Milton District John P. Stokes, Pen saoota. District J J. L. Moore, DeFunlak Springs. District 4 W. J. SimgletaiT Grand Ridge. District S H. L. OlUrer, Apak chlcela. District ft& W- Anderson, Oreeae- beto. District 7 scr M. Baton, Lake land. District Dexter M. Lowery, Tl lahastee. District I John S. King Lecanto. District 10 B. H. Rewe, Madison District 11 Doyle B. Carlton, Tampa. District 1 W. T. Cash, Perry. District 18 Dr. W. L. Hughlett, Cocoa. ' District 14 M. L. Plympton. Lake City. District 16 A. D. Andrews, Rai ford. District 16 James B. Calkins, Fer- oandlna. District 17 J. B. Johnson, Live Oak. District 18 J. Turner Butler. Jacksonville. District 19 George W. Crawford- Conway. District 20 W. J. Crosby, Cltra. District 21 Dr. J. W. Turner, Ce dar Key. District 22 Theo. T. Tunibnll Monticello. District 23 W. M. Igou, Eustls. District 24 William H. Malone. Key West. District 25 C. C. Mathis, Vernon. District 28 W. A. Russell Cres cent City. District 27 A. M. Wilson, Mlakka District 28 Lincoln Hulley. De- Land. District 20 W. I. Baker, Lake Ge nera. District 30 John Bradshaw, Jen nings. District 81 W St. Augustine. District 82 D. O. Roland, New berry. : . HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Alachua B. R. B. Kite. Orange Heights'; Ell Futch, Gainesville. Baker C. F. Barber, Macclenny. Bay J. Ed. Stokes, Panama City. Bradford R. A. Green, Starke; A. S. .Crews, Starke. ; Brevard J. J. Parrlsh, Titnsvllle. Broward W. H. Marshall, . - Fort Lauderdale. Calhoun Thomas C. Ray, Blonnts town. ''.' Citrus L. H. Marlow, Holder. Clay L. B. Wade. Orange Park. Columbia W. J . Roebuck, Lake City; W. W. PhilHps, Lake City. Dade John W. Watson, Miami. DeSoto J. B. Cochran, Nocatee. Duval F. 0. Miller. Jacksonville; E. W. Waybright, Jacksonville., Escambia Herbert Caro, Pensaco la: J. R. M. . Gates, Pensacola. ' Flagler A. S. Fowler, Bunnell. Franklin E. R. L. Moore. Cam- HaIIa' Gadsden S. H. 8trom, Juniper; A L Wilson, Qnincy. ( Hamilton W. J. Deas, Jasper; Braxton Small, Jasper. Hernando M. L. Dawson. Brooks vllle. Hillsborough George H. Wilder, Plant City; Dr. . A. C. Hamblln, Tampa. . Holmes C. R. Mathis, Bonlfay. Jackson Amos E. Lewis, Marlan- na; R. L, McCrary, Gracevllle. Jefferson D. H. Mays, Jr.. Ash- ville; R. J. Carroll. Lamont. Lafayette W. P. Chavons, Mayo. Lake T. G. Futch, Leesburg; L. D. Edgs, Groveland. . Lee Francis W. Perry, Fort My ers. Leon A. H. Williams. Tallahas see; J. A. Scruggs, Lloyd. Levy W. J. Epperson, Bronson. Liberty C. M. Earnest, HoBford. Madison N. W. Campbell, La mont; T. C. Merchant Madison. Manatee H. S. Glarier, Braden- town. Marlon W. J. Folks, Juliette; N. A. Fort. Lynne. Monroe George G. Brooks. Key West; J. F. Busto, Key West. Nassau H. H. Surrency, Calla han; J. Hampton Jones, Callahan. Okaloose J. A. Hart, Baker. Okeechobee W. L. Coats. Okee chobee. Orange J. L. Dlltard, Winter Gar WELL-KEPT TEETH reflect the own's personality. You feel sure that one who Is particular about such things Is an orderly person of cleanly habits. Can you afford to neg lect your teeth T s. We believe a little reflection on your part will prove to you that ' GOOD DENTR1STRY is not a luxury, but a necessity, especially when you know about our fair prices. Call and let us give you am es timate on putting your teeth to good condition. t 10 vARS. EXPERIENCE 4th YEAR IN LAKELAND CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK 110.00 FOR ............ J&OO FULL SET OF TEETH, I15A0, FOR JHLSO FULL SET OF TEETH, 112.80, FOR S?? FILLINGS FROM f X.OU w PAINLES8 EXTRACTION OF TEETH LADY ATTENDANT Dr. Mitchell's Painless Dental Office PHONES: OFFICE. 04; RESIDENCE, 887 BLUE; lltft E. MAIN ST. den; Seth Woodruff, Ortando. Osoeola N. C. Bryan, Kissimmee. Palm Beach--B. W. Bunker, West Palm Beach. Pasco B. P. Wilson. Dade City. Pinellas 8. D. Harris, St. Peters burg. Polk J. M. Keen, Lakeland; W O. Williams, Fort Meade. Putnam H. S. McKenzle, Palatka; W. G. Tllghman. Palatka. St. Johns W. M. DeGrove, Palm Valley; F. M. Corbett. Moultrie. St. Lucle-R. Whyte, Fori P!erce. Santo Rosa J. J. Hardin, Jay; B. H. Jarman. Munson. ainnio v i. Woodruff. San- ford. Sumter N. J. Wicker, Coleman. Suwannee A. W. McLeran, Well born; 8. A. Hlneley, Lire' Oak. Taylor W. L. Weaver. Perry. Volusia Murray Sams, DeLaad; J J. Hills, DeLand. WAkulla Dr. J. A. Hagan. Arras Walton D. Stuart Glllis, DeFaniaK Springs. Washington Leroy McRae. Chip ley. ,.. . .. Atlantic Hotel Bay and Hoaan St,. Jacksonville, Ftsj All railroad ticket offices In Irani tag, center of everything. . Al moden improvements. First class m evert parucuwr. uoujo, vw at , to 81.60; two persons, $2.00 to $151 Bath 81.60. 82.00; two people, $$M $3.60. E. FRANK PEARCE, Prop. SPECIAL NOTICE 'I There Is no better place In Florida to stop than Shaw's Hotel, Lakeland. Fla. Open Day and Night to ladles and eGnflemen. This Hotel Is kept in order by a man of eipwrle" aid the rooms are as neat and clean as a pin. Located on Florida avenue, opposite City Hall. If you hare Kidney TrosMe, lire! trouble. Indigestion, Weak ant Aekj ing Back, Pains li Stomach, Side I Back, or Rheumatism, get a fctfttM Old Seminole Theatmemt, the kU Shaw puts up, at Shaw's Hot Ij can toll that It is iehg 7i KM twenty minutes after taking a iw I THANK you. ORDINANCE NO. 231 Ordinance Relating to the Issuance ot Bonds to Pay for Certificates Issued Aialnst Abut, tint Property Owners on Vermont Avenue and Parker Street in the City of Lakeland. Be It ordained by the City Commission of Lakeland. Polk county, Florida, that bonds of the City of Lakeland, to be known ana des ignated aa Improvement Bonds, be isined in the aggregate sum of Ninety Eight Hundred Ninety Dollars and Forty-Four Cents 9,89M4), the said bonds to be Issued against the certificates of Indebtedness de posited against the property fronting on Ver. mont avenue from a point M32.4 feet north from Parker street to the north line of sec tion eighteen, Township twenty-eight south, range twenty-four east : Parker street from Florida avenue Eastward to Vermont avenue; nn1 Vrnirmt .vanilA fmm HilV lltrAlt nnrtil to a point 432.4 fert beyond Parker street, as net forth in resolution mis aay aajuea oy 1he City Commission, being authorized by tho acts of the Legislature of Florida, and which ..A,.nfr la n, In AfAH nf th Mmitjt amount of the certificates of Indebtedness now deposited with the City Treasurer and re. vorded In a book kept for that purpose. The 3am Donas snau iw m inw sum u. nv; which shall be In the sum of Three Hundred Ninety Dollars and Forty-Four Cents ttian u Ti,a aA hrmA shnll hear Inter Au a, iha mtn nf i1t tier cent ner annum. pavable semi-annually, and each bond shall have attached thereto Interest coupons, evt. fencing said Interest. The said bond shall i...,. AFifi.vt rfi-lv slimed hv the City Treasurer, certifying that the amounts of tho Certificates or indebtedness so aepositrn. anu against which he said bonds are lssmd, ar-j equal In amount of the face value of tho i. I. laanaH Vah nt ulil hnrt'ls shall U.fllVU in III, in. i in .'--- ' ho signed by the Commlssloner-at-Lvge and attested by the Clerk of the city, and shall be Impressed with the seal of the city of Lakeland. The bonds shall be signed In fac. winitle of the signatures of the Commlssloner.at ljtrge, S. C. Flanagan, and the City Clerk. H. L. Swatts, respectively, and tho facsimile signatures are to bo of the same force and "fleet as the signature In fact of U.c salt Commlssloner-at-Large and City Clerk. The form ot Mid bouds and coupons shah be the game as heretofore issued for simitar lau provemenM. k I .. k .Anil An. Commlssloner.at.Lnto. 1 aat h I. SWATTS. Cltv nerit. sun NOTICE TO CRE0IT0RS iw roiTBT or TtTF. COUNTY JUDGE. POLK miTNTY HTATK OK rUllllDA. Jn nr. S9TATK OF SALLIB J. HENLKT, DB- SKASF.D. To all Creditors. Legatees, Distributees and aU I'ersons naving i.iairas or urnnanas rKaiax said Estate : Vi mnA aa.!. nf VAll SM llAFAhV . nntlflefl and required to present any claims and de manas wmcn you, or timet oi ju. h'j u.i against the estate of Sallle J. Henley, de ceased, late of Polk county, Florida, to the undersigned administrator or said estate, wiui- ln one year from date nereor. IWal Marah 11th A T 1919 860 CLAIRE HENtET, Administrator. You Have An Advertising Message for the Public Tell It Now! HOTEL JACraVILU-fU railfiHo mure rpUcalwl uo- Cafe' in A aaa A AJ t A . 11-4. hoArt or LitvseM ror dook m U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TothePublic- We are now ready for business in our new location Van Huss Building , Better equipped to serve you than at the old stand, lour trade is appreciated Give us a trial Goodyear Tires and Tubes in Stock Standard Tire & Vulcanizing Co. J. T. Ashby, Proprietor Main Street Phone 314 NEVER were the people the buying , public more ready and able to buy I than , they are today. : There is no scarcity of money. The purchasing 'power in Annerica today is greater than in all history. The field for new and greater business development lis here. Advertising is tht certain, quick and economical method of developing your business. When you put the power of advertising promotion and its great economies back of your own business, you are also spreading the spirit of optimism and good-will. The U. S, Department of Labor urges all progress ive merchants and manufacturers in fact, all who have anything to sell to advertise now and take advantage of the great market which exists at this time. The U. S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR W. B, WILSON. Secretary ROGER W. BAB30N. Director-Gner. Information and Education Servw jjiiaiiMiit -i-W'W"MIK