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CLASSIFIED A DVERTISING FOR SALE a kiinnRiiinaiiiii 5 ACRES within alx blocks of the de pot In Lakeland. Fla., ready for abdlYlslon Into 24 lot, or to be set In oranges. A money maker for a buyer for $4,500. Half cash, bal- , ance one year I per cent. 0. C LANPHEAR, Lakeland. Fla. toss WANTED TO RENT 4 or 5 room bungalow with bath, close In. Write P. 0. Box 366. 9473 ,. We have for sale some of the most desirable truck and farm lands in Florida. This property is In 1-2 mile city limits and can be had at the right price and terms. Let as show yoa some fine 10- and 20-acre tracts. For particulars see Q. G. Rogan, Rooms 1 and 2, Deen and Bryant Building, Phone 14. ORANGE GR0YES AT HAINES CITY I have a number of bargains in groves, all on good soil, good etock, good trees, on or near the hard road. Ten acres 6-year-old trees ....$3,800 " Ten acres. 4-year-old trees, , bordering on lake and hard road J4.500 ; Two groves, 9-year-old trees. $10,000 Twenty acres, old seedling : grove .....$26,500 Sixty acres old grove $105,000 THESE GROVES HEAVILY LADEN WITH FRUIT The average price paid by the Haines City Exchange for last season was $3.39 per box net to grower, in 1 eluding grapefruit and orangee. W. T. BROOKS, Real Estate Agt-, Haines City, Fla. 9490 FOR SALE 6-room bungalow; 3 lots. Price, $2,600. 6-room cottage close in; 16- Dig bearing irult trees. Price $2,500 6-room house, good neighborhood, price $1,100. 10-room modern house, close In. Price $3,800. Terms. If you are looking for a house we have 'em at all prices. MARLER & HTJRN, Phone 336 or 316-Black 9497 WANTED By Sept 1st, four or flve- room unfurnished house, or unfur nished lower floor. Will exchange references. Phone 395-Green. 9470 AUTOMOBILE PROTECTION Fire and Theft and Collision Insurance by the Florida State Automobile Association is the safest and cheap est in the world. Write for lnfor mation to headquarters, Orlando. Agents wanted in every town In Florida. 9372 IF YOU WANT any cement work done to your lot at the cemetery, we will be glad to figure with yoa as we have done about all that has been done there. The work shows for itseV. H. B. Zimmerman. mi LOST Watch engraved "Wesley, from Father." 1902. Please return to Telegram office. 6000 WANTED Man and wife to take care of small farm near Lakeland on paved road, and board owner. Address "A. L.," care Telegram. 9499 WANTED Boy wanted to carry route. Steady position and good pay. Apply Evening Telegram.. FOR SALE A nice bungalow in East Lakeland; attractive price. E. Tucker, Sr., 317 South Florida Ave. 9496 FOR SALE OR RENT Bungalows in different parts of the city, fur nished or unfurnished, by owner. - Phone 274,-Red- 9477 FOR SALE Four dairy cows, paying well. Must sell on account of Bick ness in family. J. O. Stroud. 9479 FOR SALE Good fresh milk cow, , cheap if sold at once. Address P. O. ' Box 220, Lakeland, or Lake View ; Farm. 6000 OR SALE Two tons of well seasoned hay. Phone 443 or call at 1208 So. t Fla. Ave. 9488 nmnanaaoaiiiii a FOR RENT J UHnnannnaidiii 13 joR RENT Miss Helen Cdctran'a boarding house in front of the Kib ler Hotel. Phone 148. 9367 I it OR RENT Furnished rooms and apartment, with running water, and gas; summer prices. No children. 300 East Oak St. ' 9487 WILLIAMS' BARGAIN- COUNTER 6-ROOM HOUSE; large lot; some young fruit trees good garage, on prominent street. Close in. $2,750. NICE HOME of 6 rooms, modern conveniences, large sleeping porch Lot 60x135, with bearing orange and lemon trees. Corner lot In Dixie land. A bargain for $2,200. LOT 200x136 with good four-room house, close In. House could not be built for money asked for prop erty. Price for quick sale, only $1,400 with terms. ONE of the best 1914 FORDS in the country, especially fine engine and in good fix, $300. G. J. WILLIAMS Telegram Office, or Phone 337-Black NOTICE Any one In need of an auctioneer may secure my services. R. O. PARK, rnone 348 Black. 9475 NATAL HAY FARMS ' B One of the safest and most profit able Investments In Florida Is a Natal Hay farm. Natal Hay is the ideal hay for Florida conditions; it is a Btaple crop, not subject to insects and diseases and In great demand. Natal Hay contains 25 per cent more pro tein than timothy hay 5 it can stand drought and quite a severe frost and re-seeding Itself will come right up in the spring and produce from one, two and three cuttings per year. All farms are operated as one on large scale under co-operative manage ment. Your income from a Natal Hay farm is Immediate. The Asso ciation does all the work for you. We have a market for all the hay we can produce at a high price. Hay is the second most staple farm product grown In the United States. O nly a few 40-acre farms left at the $4,000 price. Buy yours now. Call or write for illustrated descriptive booklet. E. J. KAUFMANN, Resident Manager. FLORIDA NATAL HAY ASSOCIA TION. Phone 428. Evening Telegram Bldg-, Lakeland, Fla. 9357 IN THE CIRCUIT nniipr . om ..FLORIDA .la' IAN ahrcp' 1V.1. K"1-" '..V v. Edwin Sandys Oawei, George Augustus inomion and Anthony Norria. Trustee, et ll iu uitT TITLE. in the above stated cause It la hreh nr. aered that the defendant!), Edwin Bandw Iu 'r . fcU aubuihus inemson ana An ' -.vw vi tnw jmuiiuu .Liana a Ha"S, Cpjapany Limited, corporation, i, jMuriun L.na ec colonization Com oany. Limits nrnnl...inn -i. v " " j P t0,c??pU nant bm of complaint at the m i j 01 said court at Bartow, ber 1919 the eaiue being the first Mondayof said month, and that thU order be published In the Lakeland Evening Telegram, a news paper published and of general circulation in said county once each week for eight con- tMbe? ml Prlr Ut d4y of Sep Wltneas my nana ana u seal of said court at Bartew, this 5th day of July. 1919 (Clerk's Seal). J. A. JOHNSON, Solicitor for Complainant an Elizabeth was thrifty. She had her picture taken, and her mother sent ber for the proofs. "How much are they, please?" asked Elizabeth, and the photographer announced: "One dollar and a half for the original and FO cents each for duplicates. Eliza beth pondered a moment, then said: "I think we'll take six duplicates, please." aaaonDQoooflDdB MISCELLANEOUS D laaaaooaaaoaoo :HEST PRICH PAID for second ind furniture. Lewis Furniture Co. :7 W. Main St Phone 463. j : '. " 8186 T Two tires mounted on rims. 1 road between Bartow and Plant -y .Dr." R. C. Wilson, 415 Citi as' Bank Bldg.. Tampa. Fla. h 9483 )- ITED To hear from owner ot a xl ranch for sale. State cash fo, full particulars. D. F. Bash, kneapolis. Minn. 94C6 TED Furnished house; garage; e in; beginning Oct. 1st. Call , TT. A. Stanley. Phone 29. : 8471 Y no-Owner can get same by -g for ad and feed. Address red- care Telegram. 9474 Grandma says she Just can't imag ine what women's clothes are coming to. She needn't worry. The hubby who pays the bill is the one to both er as to what they are coming to after wife picks 'em out The federal trade information serv ice announces that it is understood Canadian Arms are buying their woolene from American manufactur ers because of the limited output and higher prices of wool of British and Canadian manufacturers. A FEW MINGS THAT LAKELAND HAS ll has miles of brick and bithullthlc paved streets of tke highest type of construction. It Las a splendid telephone system, with about 1600 subscribers. ' It has six beautiful fresh water akes lying either wholly within the It has a newly completed rovern- ment building, costing $75,000. it has two strong bankln Institu tions, with ample capital and large resources. It has an Auditorium canahle of eating 2,000 people. It has a splendid graded school system, employing competent teach ers, and occupying two large, mod era and well-ventilated brick build ings. It has church organizations for al most every denomination or sect It has a Rotary Club which is ac- ttre In all public movements and good works. It has an Elks' (jlub building, re cently completed, at a cost of about $75,000. It has up-to-date stores and bus ness houses, representing every line. It has a population ot about 10,000. The census of 1915 gave It 7,214, making it rank at that time the fifth city In the State. It has church buildings soma ot them very handsome ones for the following denominations: Baptist Methodist, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Cumberland Presbyterian, Christian, Catholic, Free Methodist Lutheran, German Lutheran. It has an altitude of 227 feet above sea level, is wonderfully healthful and free from malaria. It was Incorporated In 1884, and Is herefore a comparatively new town. It has the best ana purest water n the State, and there la no better jiywhere. The supply is from arte Ian wells of great depth and volume. It Is on the main line of the Atlan tic Coast Line Railroad, 200 miles outh (slightly south-west) of Jack onvllle, and 32 miles east it Tampa. It has between 30 and 40 passen ger trains a day. It has a pretty park In the center f the town around which the bus iness section centers. it has WL'iic'oal-owned I'fbt and water plants, which give splendid ervice at very reasonable rateB. It Is in the neait ot the orange find grapefruit section, and it is the Shipping point of many thousands of boxes of citrus fruit every year. 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 60 workmen, and at resent engaged with government It has railroad shops which dis tribute a very large payroll, and U s the terminus of seven railroad el isions, making it the home of many allroad operatives. It has a modified commlslon form if government and its municipal af fairs are satisfactorily managed. It has an excellent lire department with modern apparatus and equipment IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY.--l.Ult W. 8ml vs. Edwin Sandyi Dawes, Geone Auaurtu Thonuoa and Anthony Norrls. Trustee, et u BILL TO OUIET TITLE. In the above stated cause it la MW or dered that all persons claiming any Interest in the premises hereinafter described a helrs-at-law, grantees, deflsees, creators. legal representatives "r j through and under the following named de ceased persons, towlt: Edwin Sandys Dawes. George Augustus Thomson and Anthony Nor ris, trustees of the Florida Land & Coloni zation Company, wmiiea, uu u person whomsoever claiming any Interest in the said premises to the county of Polk ana Southwest quarter (bwi uu""" quarter (NEK) of section four (4), townshl twenty-eight (28) South, range twenty-seven 2J Mil f com- plaint herein filed at the office of the clerk it.. ..14 itsrtAiff Flnrida. OH the rule day In October, 1919, thy same be ing the 6th day of said month, and that this order be published once each week for twelve ..I .u- In a. Id ri.t A in UM CUUBOVUUV WTOO w ... Lakeland Evening Telegram, a newspaper published and of general circulation in said county. . Witness my hand and seal of said court at Bartow, Florida, this sui aay oijuij, (Cierrs Heaij j. '""""i Oerk Circuit Court, Polk County, Florida. Rnlliltnr tar Comolalnant. IN THE COUNTY COURT. IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY, FLORIDA. Mary E. Kimbrouib, and i. W, Kimbrouoh, vs The Lakeland Grain and Fruit Company, a corporation. NOTICE Under and by virtue 01 an execution Issued out of and under the seal of the County Court of Polk County, State of Florida, under the date of September 30th, A. D. 1919, wherein Mary E. Klmbrough, and J, w, Runorougo, urn nUtntlffa and the Lakeland Grain & Fru'l Company, a corporation, is defendant, I have levied upon, and will offer for sale, and sell to the hi chest and best bidder for cash, at the front door of the court house at Bartow, Polk County, Florida, on the first Monday In Sep tember, A. D. 1919, the same being the fi-st day of said month, and a legal sales day, and between the hours of eleven a. m. and two p. m. of the said day, the following described personal property, as the property of the de fendant, the Lakeland Grain and Fruit Com pany, a Corporation, to satisfy said execution and costs to-wlt: One (1) complete J. P. Campbell fruit wash er and drier. One (1) 1. V. Campbell gasoline engine. One (1) orange slzer And all tools, fixtures and other persona! property belonging to and used In the opera tion of tbe said fruit washer, orange slzer, and gasoline engine. One (1) orange box crate frame. Elg hi'(8) Ice hooks. One (1) Iron safe. One (1) Pittsburg typewriter. One (1) small desk. Three (3) pairs of scales. A stock of groceries. Three (3) push trucks. One (1) block and tackle, with wire rope, and about one hundred (100) orange field boxes, All of which property Is now located In what has been known as the Mayes building, on West Main street In Lakeland Polk County, Florida. JOHN LOGAN, (141 Sheriff Polk County, Florida. Your Battery's Different There Is one part of r that Is different 1 featyour battery. Tor storage cVmlcal wt mech&nicsL The time to begin taktes east of that battery is the fyw day that you get your new ca& Li yon do thla. your bcttery vQ set only last woger. but u vta give you better service M lUNJ JKUinnae. . 80 when Ton Mr ftnt china tod bf full butroctioai. W will Why Ready i Made? A thrifty man is safe from worry. Buy wisely, save intelligently, and In vest In Thrift and War Savings Stamps, MKnaaoaaaaaaoiaiGc THE PROFESSIONS niiiiaanaavii DE. J. B. S. HOLMES Practice Limited To Surgery and Diseases of Women Office and Residence : Suite 7. 8 and 9, Dychei Bldg., 312 East Main St., Lakeland. Fla. Telephone No. 15. W. A- STANLEY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Rooms 2 and 3, Kentucky Building Phone 29 LAKELAND, FLORIDA your batter, and at tbe fit, "WUlard be (lad to aire you a copy of the Berne aM TBV as)b tanavil bea PINCH COMPANY of Lakeland who are distributors of Wlllard Batteries for South Florida, carry a complete stock of new batteries for all cars. Cleaning, Press ing, Repairing I have engaged the Mrvlet of an expert in the above lines, and r Btfslly solicit the patronage ef all whs wr!t the beet work of this kiwi at the most reasonable prist, Fhere I4t Red for Best tervlee W. K. MoRAI SAMUEL F. SMITH, UL D. Practice Limited to EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Bryant Building Hours 2 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Phone: Office 141; Residence 22 J. C. WILLIAMS, Attorneyat-Law MUNN ANNEX DR. W- B. RANNELLS OSTEOPATH Office Rooms 1 and 8, First Nat Bank. Phone 164 W. M. GOBEB ATTORNEY AT LAW 16-17 Bryant Bldg. D. 0. ROGERS . ATTORNEY AT LAW Bryant Building Lakeland. Fla. Established in July, 1900 DR. W- S. IRVIN DENTIST Rooms 14 and 15 Kentucky Bldg. J. A. Whitney Edwin Spencer. 3r Thos. W. Bryant WHITNEY, SPENCER & BRYANT ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' First National Bank Building Lakeland, Fla. J. Q GARNER, M. D. HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AND ORIFICIAL SURRFOX Chronic Diseases Successfully Treated masses torrectly Fitted Office Rooms 7-8, Hardin Building Lakeland, Florida ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEER ALBERT T! KnP W uvtJAI No. 5 and 6 Evening Telegram Bldg. iKeiana, norida MICKEY IS COMINfi SeeW.K.JAGKSON For a Home, Grove, Farm, or Land Office Over First National Cank J Copyright 1919 Hart Schaffner & Man YOU WOULDN'T BUY A CAR ON THE STRENGTH OF 8TEEL PISTONS, OR LEATHER UPHOLSTERY THAT WERE SHOWN YOU. YOU WOULDN'T BUY OFFICE EQUIPMENT ON THE STRENGTH OF A PIECE OF OAK OR MAHOGANY. YOU WANT TO SEE THE FINISHED PRODUCT; YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GETTING. That's the beauty of coming to us for Hart Schaffner 4 Marx ready made clothes. You see the finished product on you; you know what yeu're getting before you buy; satis faction guranteeti. THE HUB JOS. LeVAY PHONE 849 THE STORE RIGHT AT THE ARCH OF WELCOME HOME OF HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTH E8 606e666A 6ftavvw.vwj.i.. .......... .. 1 v... . . . I The Drink of Sheer Delight ,nE ruwniMiw ay: "GIVE ME A SOUTHLAND" r m Juice , F0R SALEAr all DRUG AND GROCERY STORES Y7 Al TCn l-k ,-,rr . 1 "'cn tv. WILUrN GENERAL I Contractor and BuUder I 1 Estimates Cheerfully Furnished on AMU niiijkt.. ""' o-uiKO OR REPAIR WORK. LARGE OR SMflfi A 22,000-Word Novel Complete in Pictorial Review for Ainmsr o . Who Killed AlinprRoa? "V AuiiC, Ana where v , was the Vs eVitaffliettf,rSnhe W33 car? man knew who killed AbLr R a11 Plnver' 0nly e A woman's honor dSeed' he cmld teU dreadful secret held Ty the v: He "The Packet" of Letters" By WILL PAYNE PICTORIAL REVIEW FOR AliniiQT 113 East Main Street Lady "AsslstartnwWTwwance ! I (Mich.) News.