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THE EVENING TELEGRAM. LAKELAND, FLA., FRIDAY JULY 18, 1919 , 1919
PAGE EIGHT
VISIONS OF THE FUTFBE
I It can be stated without fear of
successful contradiction that on cast
I ing anchor in Matanzas bay some four
hundred and odd years ago Ponce de
I Leon exclaimed: "Looking Into the
I future 1, can see a city on the banks
of this stream, populated with white
people. I can see churches and
homes, parks and roads. I can see
the wilderness' brought under cultiva
tion. I can see ships of huge size
that will cross the vast ocean in three
weeks. Oh! if I could only find that
fountain of youth so I could live to
see my visions verified!"
' The wildest dreams of the Imagina
tion of four centuries ago could not
begin to grasp what the centuries
would bring. Even the dreams of a
Quarter of a century are tame com
pared to what has been accomplished
fact. Hydroplane, aeroplane and di
rigible have successfully negotiated
the great watery waste.
I
ROUBLES
OVER
AFTER 20 YEARS
Mrs. Adams Lived on Milk and
Toast Tanlac Ecstores Her
Health
"I have been entirely relieved of all
of my troubles that lasted for twenty
years and I will never cease to be
grateful to Tanlac as long as I live,"
said Mrs. S. A. Adams, of Pana
III.
Columbus and Ponce de Leon vls
ioned prosperous colonies in the
western world that would Invite the
adventurous spirits of Europe but it is
very doubtful that their imagination
soared to heights that would encom
pass the America of today. It is very
doubtful that they could visualize the
greatest nation of the earth in the
tangled forests.
We of today believe we have
reached the limit. We have con
ouered the surface of the sea, under
the surface and the air. What is left?
Only time can tell what is in store
for the future generations. We still
have a little of the primeval left. We
have the wild woods, the swamps, in
sect pests, wastes of land and water.
We still have sickness and poverty,
dissension and hatred. Will time
eliminate these obstacles to human
progress and happiness?
, Here in Florida we are In the in
fant stages of development. Our pal
metto scrubs and pine foress will give
way to farms and orchards, to cities
and factories. We are now traveling
rapidly on the road of Progress. Our
wild lands are coming under control
' and will yield wealth in abundance.
Every acre will produce something.
Faith in the future of the State will
hasten the day of development. The
"wealh Is here, but we cannot secure
It without making some effort. Our
beaches will some day be lined from
end to end with cottages and our
county will consist of an unbroken
chain of farms. St. Augustine Record.
"My health had been broken since
1S99." she continued, "When I had a
long spell of illness and was left in
such a weak and run-down condition
that not until recently have I known
what it -was to have a well day. For
months I had to live on milk and
toast because if I ate anything heav
ier I would suffer afterwards with
cramps In my stomach and gas would
form and press against my heart and
cause It to palpitate so that I would
feel like I was going to smother
Sometimes ' this smothering feeling
was so bad that I would Just have to
walk the floor for a long time and
gasp for breath, and sometimes' at
night I had so much trouble breath-
I ing I would be afraid to He down and
would spend the night propped up In
bed, and of course would get very
little rest. I lad rheumatism bo bad
that I could not lift my feet and Just
bad to drag myself along like a snail.
I had such pains in my shoulders that
I suffered tortures whenever I moved
my arms and I couldn't do any work.
I had been trying to find relief for
twenty years, but nothing helped me,
and I was about to give up hopo
when I heard about Tanlac.
Uncle Sam Sets a Good Example
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Yokohama, July 18. Prices of all
grades of raw silk which dropped
disastrously with the boginning of
the war have since mounted far above
the high tide of the last ten yors.
Japan exported $190,000,000 worth of
raw silk last year, It is announced.
"I am restored to health now, and
make this statement so that others
may know about my case and be
saved from the pain and suffering I
had to endure for so many years. I
hadn't finished the first bottle of
Tanlac before my appetite came back,
"and now I eat three hearty meals a
day and don't have a bit of trouble
with gas or palpitation of the heart.
I retire early every night, go to sleep
almost as soon as I He down and
eleep peacefully, all night long.
I am rid of rheumatism and can walk
and work now as well as I could
twenty years "ago. I am so happy to
be well again that I could Just shout
for Joy and I never get tired telling
people about the wonderful power of
Tanlac to bring back health and
strength. From the bottom of my!
heart I thank the man who made
the grand medicine."
Tanlac is sold by leading drug
gists everywhere.
ANY QUANTlf Y
VIEW OF U. 6. CAPITOL DURING PAINTING.
The dome of the United States Capitol at Washington Is kept In excel
lent condition by painting it every few years. For this work forty painters
are steadily employed for thre months' time. Over five thousand gallons of
paint are required for one coat The reason for painting the Capitol dome at
regular Intervals Is to prevent disintegration of metallic surface.
THE COSMETIC OF THE INANIMATE.
BUTTONS MAKE THE GOWN'.
Here is an illustration of how but
tons make the gown. They are of
black satin, being used upon a satin
foulard in motley effect. The straight
skirt is gathered to a simple blouse
with fancy sieves and over both are
hune narrow nanels with buttons'
down either side from neck to hem.
The wide girdle is secured with a
large bow. White. satin is used for
both the high and roll collar. Medium
size requires 6 yards 36-inch satin.
Pictorial Review Dress No. 7975.
Sizes, 34 to 46 inches bust. Price, 2$
cents.
OBDINANCE NO. 238
. - I
In Retard to the Paving and Improvement of
Certain Streets Herein Named
face raluo of the bonds Issued. Each of said
bonds shall be signed by the Mayor and at
tested by the Cleric of the said City, and
shall be Impressed with the seal of the CIt
of afcriand,jnorld. The coupons shsll be
slimed In fae simile of the signatures of the
Mavor and Clerk respectively, and the f
simile signatures are to be of the same force
nd effect as the signatures In fact of the
Mayor and Clerk. The said bonds, whan i,.
sued, shall be In substantially the form of
previous bonds applied to this Issue.
K. C. FLANAGAN,
Mayor or Commlssioner-at-Iarge.
ATTEST: '
H. L. SWATTS, City Clerk. 934
SELL MINOR'S LAND
Notice Is hereby given that on the th day
of June, A. D. 1919, I will apply to Honorable
Kelsey Blanton, county Judge in and for Polk
county, state of Florida, at his office In Bar.
tow In said county, for an order authorizing
me, as guardian of Oersldlne and Janette Jor
dan, the minors, to sell at private silt the
following real estate belonging to the ratals
of ssld minors, same helng In Polk county.
Florida, to-wlt: tots t MO) and eleven (11
In Jnn. M. Kllnstrlck's addition to Fort Henri
In Polk county. Florida.
Said minors have the entire Interest In sail
property. Such application to be based udoo
petition now on die In the office of said Judge
I'ms ora nnv w ainj, im.
NKTXTE R. JORDAN. Guardian.
D. O. BOGEKS. Attorney for Guardian
COMMON BUILDING
BRIGS
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fil am the saver of surfaces.
i Til am the world-old preserver. '
' ifNoah knew me, for he pitched the ark within and without.
tiThe Pharaohs sought me as an adornment for their tombs
.their mummies endure because I conserve,
jfll am the woad of the ancient Britons: their blue battle hue.
TIBecause of me the treasures of the Sistine Chapel defy efface
ment. HI am the keeper of the antique.
jI am the servant of progress.
. jfColumbus found me bedecking the savages who watched him
plant Ferdinand's banner on the shores of New Spain; and the
very sails of his caravels resisted the elements of the West
through my aid. '
TfThe pioneers westward wending their way daubed the prairie
schooners with my protection.
fll am the royal robes of civilization's monarchs, Steel and Lum
ber. .
flhe taut wings of the airplane gleam under my protective
veneer.
IfThe sullen dreadnaught and the homing transport plow the
seas impervious to corrosion because of me.
HI waterproofed your agents of destruction, the bullet and the
shell.
HThen I drew the mercy of my concealing camouflage over
your hospitals. )
HI glisten on the homes, and on the barns, and on the cement
surfaces.
flWhere life is, I am alive.
TlWhere death and decay set in my absence hastens them,
f And my mission is to preserve.
HSaver of Surface, I am PAINT I
New
Photo Studio
HALLEN
OF TAMPA
NOW OPEN
FOB BUSINESS
n it ordained hv the City CommlBsloners 1 DRANE BUILDING
of the City of Lakeland, Polk county, Florida, j
ih.i hnn.fi nt ih. ritv nf T.lrplflnfi Florida. 11
in he irnnwn and dnslimated (is Improvement
Bonds, be Issued in the aggregate sum of $12,
416.01, each of- said bonds to be in the sum
of $500.00, except the last of said bonds, which
Is to be In the sum of $416.01, said bonds U
be Issued against the certificates of Indebted
ness as shown In the resolution passed by the
City Commissioners heretofore at this meet
Ine. said certificates covering property on
East McDonald street, from Florida avenue to
Johnson avenue: West Walnut street, from
Florida avenue to Missouri avenue; and East
Walnut street, from Lake Morton Drive to
point 350 feet east therefrom; which said
amount Is not . In excess of the aggregate
amount of the certificates of Indebtedness de
posited with the City Treasurer and records
In Lien Book made for that purpose Tta
said bonds shall mature In one, two, three,
four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten yean
from date bearing Interest at tne rate or sis
per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually,
and each bond shall have attached thereto
interest coupons, each coupon representing
the proper Interest of said bond, and said
bond shall bear a certificate, duly signed by
the City Treasurer, certifying thut the
amounts of the certificates of Indebtedness so
deposited, against which said bonds are Is
sued, are at least equal In amount to the
Todd Says:
Summer Specials
Cleaning, Press
ing, Rpairina
I have engaged the torvleee af v
expert In the above llnee, and r
pectfully tollolt the patronage o' j
II who wleh the beat work of thhH
kind at the moat reportable price I
Phono Ml Red for Beat 8rvlo
W..K. MoRAE
Stop
At 218 Pine St.
Hanson Service Station
Look
Listen
Over Our Stock To. the Most. Relabje Guar
and Equipment antee on any Storage
j Battery
We are now prepared to furnish any size or shape of
COLUMBIA storage battery, and have the necessary equip,
ment for -any work pertaining to your electrical 'system. Will
bo glad to furnish you with any in formation at our command
without cost
H. T, JAMES
Managen Hanson Service Station .
Dainty, Cool Frocks Add Half the Joy
to Summer
And here are two
of the prettiest
picturesquely sash
ed and collared
Only in
PICTORIAL
REVIEW
PATTERNS
you find
h adorably
thful styles.
AUGUST
PATTERNS
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SOME ARE SUMMER AND SOME ARE NOT
Refrigerators $20.00 to $45.00.
Lawn Mowers, ball bearing, $12.00 to $18.00.
Rubber Hose and Sprinklers.
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Cups and Saucers, $1,25 per set.
Fruit jars, tops and rubbers. ,
We have clear white glass Easy Seal Jars. First time for A
Your fruit, honey, etc., looks so much better In them.
lodd Hardware Q
? Phone 340"Lizzie" will do the
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Lake Placid News. a letter and fuller !
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advertising, if
adrertise heavil
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Penditure and
"city campaign;
advertising to be
campaign.
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cePted, and never
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users moA.
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to a r he countr and t
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; flai great credit !s due,
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