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TELEGRAM WANT ADS.
X cent a wonl per insertion, mini-! mum 25 cents flrat insertion. Cash. with order. Counting words includes: “For sale, wanted, tor rent," etc. Kegular advertisers with ledger ac counts may hare advertisements charged. The Telegram will not be responsi ble tor more than one incorrect inser tion ot any advertisement ordered for more than one time. Advertisers should give their street or postoliice address as well as th4ir phone number if they desire results. TELEGRAM WANT ADS ARE RESULT GETTERS. TRY ONE Httkarfnitos-Holworthy, imuranet and Itaal Estata. Raymond!) Buildlm. Phona 30. FOR SALE—SO pound refrigerator, A No. 1 condition. Rhone 603 Ureen. FOR SALE—Automobile, or will trade ■ for city property, country property ! or mortgage. W. W. Chase. FOR SALE—Best quality red build-! ing Jjrick, sl7 to S2O per thousand, I r owing to quality. Can be seen on I tracks on Florida avenue, near City ■ Hall. Ernest Terrell, Box 8. QHHBrn five-room bungalow, near Morton. Phone or see J. W. VTQckhr. FOR SALE —Cadillac 55, completely rebuilt and repainted; in A-l condi tion. Will sell or trade for smaller ■ car. Can be seen at Official Dixie Highway Garage. FOR SALE—At 21S South New York •avenue. 1 kitchen table, 1 Bxlo Crex rug, 1 10x12 Crex rug. 15 du plex window shades, 1 basin, 1 small oak table. Phone 763 Blue. FOR SALE —Best close in. vacant lot in the city. Only three blocks from the Thelma Hotei, overlooking Lake Morton. Carl Dalilquist, 315 South Virginia avenue. FOR SALE For Sale —Bankrupt stock: The stock of groceries, feed, seeds and fixtures of the United Seed Stores, at Haines City. Amount of inventory $2,700. Write J. M. Duncan, trustee, Kissimmee, Florida. FOR SALE Ford touring chassis with truck body. Fine motor und tires, price SIOO. [ Ford worm drive truck in perfect j condition, good tires, body and cab, sriee reasonable. If you want a good truck, see this one. J. T. ASHBY, Reo Dealer, 212 South Tennessee. FOR SALE Four 5 and 6 room bungalows on south side. One four-room beautiful bungalow I on south side. .Two as beautiful homes as there is in Lakeland, south side. Two and one half acre grove, home on same, garden, and within city lim its. Good income from same. CLARENCE T. BISHOP, Realtor Suite 9 and 10, Phone $26, Telegram Building. FOR RENT FOR RENT —Office suite of two rooms in Telegram building. FOR RENT—Garage. Phone 42, Lake Pharmacy. ■ i FOR RENT —Store room, corne* Massachusetts and Pine street. Ap ply 320 East Pine. Phone 592. FOR RENT—I4-roorfl partly furnished house, well located for apartments ; or rooms. L. P. BeVis, phone 461 L. Blue. FOR RENT—Bedroom, nicely furnish ed, fo'l two or three people. 21S South 'New York avenue. Phone 763 Bj>>e. FOyA-ENT—Furnished housekeeping Mrs. J. C. Withers, cor- and McDonald 839 Red. • FtWT RENT —Two furnished rooms, i light housekeeping. Cheap rent, de sirable persons. 610 North New York avenue. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT— i All modern conveniences—light, I water, gas, phor'e, garage. Good lo cality. Inouire 912 East ’ with Hthrlnf ton-Hoi worthy. Phonn 30. | FOR RENT—Thoroughly modern 0- loom bungalow at 903 East Lemon ' atreet, $40.00 per month. Look it j * - over, and call 704 or 34 red. . Kv - FOR RENT —Three room apartments ' with private bath, hot and cold water, gas connections. Furnished fer Of unfurnished. Year round price. Phene 100 FOR RENT—-Furnished house —SIX robins including bath, also two large hv'halls, and screened in back porch. *. Floors varnished, walls tinted. Also £ garage. Fine neighborhood, paved K street and fegßwt Orange stiUt. FOR RENT P:One beautiful furnished home, south Aide, Throo unfurnished bungaloa-s. t • One double bungalow, thrSo rooms bath each. ? Suite 9 and 10. Thone 826, Telegram Building. B. CLARENCE T. BISHOP, Realtor ' : WANTED |> h IJSVANTED— To do yourmovlng. ?/per load, large truck; trunks, 35c. L. I C, Black's Transfer, 206 Green. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BRINGS RESULTS WANTED —To do your moving aud i storage. Yarnall Transfer Com-' ' pwy. Phone 109. WANTED—Six boaylers in private j family at beautiful Laurel Park. Nine degrees cooler than and one mile from Hendersonville,, on bus line; free bathing; Crystal Springs water throughout the house. Apply “Suits Mamma," P. O. Box 61, lieu-) dersonville, N. C. 1* MISCELLANEOUS - EXPERT HEMSTITCHING at Singer j Sewing Machine Otiice. If you don’t like the car you are driving, bring it to Tampa, i will trade tor it. 1 have all makes of good used | cars. R. L. Moore, 1116 Florida ave- I nue, Tampa, Fla. | = | LOST —Black and white pointer gyp,! two joints tail missing. Toe ami i I padding off right nind toot. Answers j to name of "Bess,'' Tie up and paone 61, or bring to 608 East Pine street, Lakeland. Reward. COMMENCING WITH JUNE 1 the ideal Hat Shop, 301 North Kentucky avenue, will uispose of all hats at half price, also ready-to-wear ap- i parel and hosiery. 1 uur patronage is j solicited. Mrs. L. C. Snaw. • • • ‘| PUKE FRESH SWEET ( REAM If you are not using our pure fresh ' pasteurised sweet cream, wire or write us to ship you a trial ten. gallon can of thirty or forty per: cent by first express. The quality ! is unexcelled and we guarantee it to arrive sweet and cold packed in ice tubs. Ezell-Urilfin Company; Creamery, Eatonton, Oa. FOR TRADE 40 acres fine citrus land 3 miles; from Lakeland. Lake front, will j trade for good bungalow well located in Lakeland. BOX 423, LAKELAND FOR SALE Fifteen room apartment, house well, located, furnished and in fine eondi- j tiou, price and terms attractive. j, Would consider some trade. SEE BOSWELL * KIN SINGER I FOR SALE 20 acres on South Florida avenue. 13 acres line truck and 17 acres fine ! citrus laud. SEE BOSWELL & KINSING9R Beautiful home on Florida Ave. Cali and see this if you are in the market' ■ for a real home. 60-acre lake front property, facing j asphalt road; 4u acres m grove; 20 j acres .bearing; 7 acres just beginning j to bear; balance young grove 2 to 3 ! j years old. Several acres line truck j land, tile drained; located near nice i ! town. Price $55,000.00. Can give easy i terms to right man. Lot on TP.il Crest Drive, 67’ jx2501 feet; beautiiul lot, $2,200.00. 40-acre tract; 35 acres in grove, 20 j | acres bearing; balance 1 year old; 10 acres grapefruit, 10 acres pineap pie and valeneias; 14 acres Valencias j 1 year old; 3 acres tangerines 1 year old, $25,000.00 . W. L. LAW, REALTOR, Lakeland, Fla. Room 4, Dyches Bldg. Box 656. l’houc 696. LAKE REGION LAND CO. U. W. IVERSEN, Manager Groves, Farms, City Properties RENTALS 111 East Main St. (Hart Electric Cos.) CUT THIS OUT—IT IS WORTH MONEY Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Cos., 2535 Shef field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package con taining Foley's Honey aud Tar Com pound for coughs cold, and croup; Foley Kidney Pills for pains in sides and back; rheumatism, backache, kid ney and bladder ailments; and Foley 'Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and j thoroughly cleansing cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headaches land sluggish bowels. • Sold by Hen - 1 i On a second conviction for auto stealing three youths at Tifiin, 0., were sentenced to 15 years in the j state reformatory. Htthiriniton-Hnlworthy. Rml Estata. Phona 31 JUST ARRIVED Latest Styles in Bathing Caps. (Miller Surgeon Grade Rubber) Best money can buy. JEWETTS DRUG STORE Phonos 00 &SO On thl* Corner LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM. WEDNtsfUY, mat 31. 1922 BEST IN TOWN New Colonial house, just finished, j ! east front, seven rooms, bath, gar-! age, etc. Elegant fixtures. On Col lege avenue. One block from South ern College grounds. Price SIO,OOO Will trade for orange grove. We have several other houses and bungalows for sale and trade, for lots and groves. List your groves with us for sale. We have several customers for groves. See us for city lots, farms, orange ! groves, citrus lands and business in i vestments. WILLIAMS INVESTMENT CO. Suite 202, Drane Bldg. KMffie SBB GROVES _ Since the drouth is broken, you j ! should look at some of the bargains j wo have in the Highlands and else where. Ton acres for as little as : SI,OOO. HOMES Any size to suit you and prices that are right. Some with very good terms. Our advice to our -friends is to buy i now. LANDS I have 509,000 acres of unimproved j I land in small and large tracts at from j jso per acre up. Some of it can be j i sold for double the price within two j | years. If you have money for invest-1 ; ment, see me. J. W. TUCKER, Realtor Anything & Everything in Real Estate | Phone 767. Opposite postofficif. j FURNITURE WANTED We will buy your furniture or sell j it for you at auction on a commission j ; basis. B. 11. Harnly, Auctioneer, office 212 | S. Tennessee avenue near Postoffice. ; office phone 593, residence 486 Blue. On the Ridge , Orange groves, easy payments. Lo-! icalcd in the Scenic Highlands of ! jPo'.k County. Valencia orange, tan-; , gerine, or early budded varieties. ' Remember that on The Ridge, the j , rainfall is always sufficient. Best of | soil and air drainage, with immunity j from frosts. F.L.Cody Realty Service Crooked Lake, Fla. Carnegie library at Coshocton, 0., | lias been closed temporarily owing! to lack of funds for current expenses, i Daily Fashion Hint i iIH WU | V / FEATURES NEW STYI.E-J^OTES This interesting frock in gray crepe tat in nY.b;..-izes not only the effective* ness of cascade draperies, but sponsors anew color combination—gray and fuchsia. The cascades arc faced with fuchsia Georgette, while the edges arc jjicoDkd with silver threads. The hat of gray satin is edged • with shaggy gray fur. Medium size requires 5 yards 36-inch crepe, witii lj.j yard 4'J-inch Georgette. factorial Review Blouse No. 9686. Sizes 34 to 42 inches bust anti 13 to 20 years. Price, 35 cents. Skirt No. 9C.)7. 18 to 20 years. Price, 35 cents. i Man’B health cannot be recruited to its full war or peace stength unless his teeth are sound. The government will not employ a man with decayed teeth be cause it recognizes this condition to be parallel with inefficiency. dr.wh.Mitchell DENTIST 2I7y,MAINST-PHONE94 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS; For Commissioner Lakeland District. 1 hereby announce my candidacy ! for tbe office of county commission er from the Lakeland district subject to the action of the voters in the Democratic primaries in June. Your vote and support is solicited and will be highly appreciated. Respectfully, REID HOBSON. FOK STATE ATTORNEY I hereby announce myself candidate for State Attorney for the Circuit | Court, Tenth Judicial Circuit of Flor ida, subject to tbe actiou of the elec tors at the Democratic primary, Your support will he appreciated. HARRY O. TAYLOR FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby beg to announce my candi- i dacy for qouniy commissioner of Polk j I county from District No. 5, subject to . the aciion of the Democratic primary on June 6. If elected, 1 will devote my best energies to our county. Your support will be appreciated. O. J. POPE. | FOR REPRESENTATIVE I announce my candidacy for rep resentative of Polk Couuiy to the Florida Legislature in Group One (1), subject to the ensuing Democratic primary. Your support will he ap preciated, and is cordially solicited- Respectfully, THOS. W. BRYANT FOR REPRESENTATIVE To the Democratic Voters or Polk 1 County; 1 am a candidate for re-election as member of the House of Representa- j tives in the Florida Legislature to ) convene 1923, subject to tbe June j primary. If elected 1 promise faithful service us rendered in the past. Your vote and support will be appreciated. 1 hereby enter iu Group One. J. M. KEEN, j TO THE VOTERS OF POLK COUNTY 1 hereby announce that 1 am a candidate to succeed myself in the ensuing session of the Florida legis-1 lature. If elected, 1 shall give the I people honest, faithful and conscien-; lious service. 1 will appreciate your support. A. J. MORGAN. Group Two. FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce myself as a can- j didate in Group No. 2 for member-, ship in the House cf Ijepi esentatives j of the State of Florida, subject to the | Democratic Primary to be held June ft, 1922. B. K. BULLARD. JOHN S. EDWARDS for CIRCUIT JUDGE To the People of Polk County: I am now serving you as Circuit Judge, by your choice, for which confidence 1 am deeply grateful. I have tried to serve you fairly and honestly. I know I have served you impartially. I hope and believe that I have won your confidence and esteem. I trust that I have merited it. Naturally, I have no political platform. But, if you wish a judge who wiil administer the of fice of Circuit Judge fairly, fear lessly, impartially and expeditious ly, 1 promise, if chosen by you, to do this. 1 therefore ask at your hands at the primary on June 6, the nomination as the Democratic can didate for Circuit Judge, lor a second term, and assure you that I shall appreciate your vote and active support. Very sincerely yours, ~ JOHN S. EDWARDS. i— 1 ■ ■ ■ ... - DID HIM MORE GOOD Many men and women suffer from backache, rhemualic pains, stiff joints, sore muscles and other results of kidney trouble because they neg lected the first warning symptoms. Foley Kidney- Pills aid the kidneys to throw out poisonous waste mat ter that causes pain aud miser} Stephen Lewis, Eldridge, Ky., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills did mu more good than all the other medicine 1 ever look. 1 had kidney trouble ten years. 1 don’t have any pain like . j bad before I took tbem.” Sold by Henley’s Drug store, advt. j EAT AT THE EAGLE CAFETERIA Where you see what you get, and get what you want. All kinds of salads . BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY The sign over your door—it should he there, of course; but it will not reach all the people you wish to inform of your business. Your sign of business placed in this Directory will reach practically all of the homes in Lakeland. Phone 37 and our representative will call. RELIABLE MACHINE & AUTO CO. 410 East Rose Street We Make Anything Out of Steel, : Bronze or Iron. We Also Do WELDING, REPAIR RADIATORS And Scored Cylinders Give Us a Trial. I Never Leek Roofing Cos. Roofing of All Descriptions Let us repair your leaky roof. SUin gliug and tiling and built-up rooting, j tinned aud guttered, repairing, roofs ’ painted and screening. All work | guaranteed. [Our prices are right. W. BURT, Manager I Plione 454 Green* GUI N. Kentucky The Florida Commercial Institute At 304 So. New York Ave. Offers you opportunities. Stenog raphy, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Mathematics, and all commercial subjects taught. Quit wasting your j time. Start today. BUS TO KISSINGEN SPRINGS THURSDAY and SUN DAY AFTERNOON Leaving front Hotel Thelma 2:00; p. m. Leaving Corner Drug Store Bartow 2:40. Round trip from Lakeland, $1.50; Bartow, 50c. Leave kissingen Springs 6:30 p.m. Effective /April 21, 1922 DIXIE BUS LINE CO. For further information and tick ets call at O’Steen Jewelry Cos. CHILDREN IN SPRING TIME Mrs. C. Osburn, 7512 Hillside Rd., | Cleveland, 0., writes: "My grand- 1 daughter was troubled with a cough lor nearly two years. She took Foley's j Honey and Tar and her cough is now ■gone, it loosened the phlegm so she j could raise it easily.” Foley's lloney and Tar is just what children should ! have tor feverish colds, coughs, "snuffles,” and light wheezy breath-; iug. Be sure to get Foley's, it checks croup and whooping cough, too. Sold by Henley's Drug store, advt NOTICE TO CREDITORS 111 Court of County of l'olk County, Florida. In ro Kst.ito of J. It. FRANKLIN, deceased. To all Creditors, Legatees, Distributee.'! ano all persons luviug claims or demands ajjainst' said estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified l and required to present any 4fiims and Ue*| mauds which you or any of you, may have against the estate of .1 It Franklin, deceased, late of Folk county, A lorida, to the under signed administratrix of said estate, within I two years from date hereof. I Dated May 3tli, A, D., 1 i-J. SOFUOMA FRAN K LIN, • Administratrix of the estate of J. IL j tin, deceased. Lakeland, Fla. I No. 575. i A bad sprain heals slowly if not ! treated with a remedy that has tho : power to penetrate the flesh. Ba! -lard's Snow Liniment is especially ! adapted for such ailments. Three isizes, 30c, 60c, and $1.20 per bottle, j Sold by all druggists. I Lakeland Marble & Granite Works iW. Main St. Phone .129 Bln* W. A. STANLEY, M. D.— Physician and Surgeon , Office in Keutueky Bldg, Maiu Street. ! Office Hours: Bto 12 a. in.; 2to 5 aud 7 to 9 p. m. Any Night Calls Answered Promptly PHONE 29 W. S. IRVIN, D. D. S. Special Attention Given to the SURGICAL REMOVAL OF TEETH And the Cleaning up of ail Diseased Areas bo Necessary to Health PROPHYLAXIS Also Sanitary Removal Bridgework DR. R. L. CLINE. Work Limited to EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Ollice Dyches Building Residence 1300 South Boulevard Offico Phone 204; Residence, 720 SAMUEL F. SMITH, M. D. Practice Limited to Diseases and Surgery of the EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Deen aad Bryant Building PHONES: Residence, 22; Office 141 , LAKELAND, FLA. GEORGE E. CHILLERS Attorney-at-Law PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS Polk County Trust Cos. Bldg Lakeland, Florida G. SPRANGER & J. STANLEY PAINTERS Jc DECORATORS 201 East lto-e SL Lakeland, Eia. DR. R. R. LEFFERS X-RAY &. CLINICAL LABORATORY Special AHentiou to DISEASES OF THE STOMACH Drar.c Building Phones: Office, 15, Residence, 54U DR. C. C. WILSON Practice Limited to ELECTRIC THERAPY Office Deen & Bryant Building Rooms 3,9, 10. Lakeland, Fla. ALBERT SCHAWBER , PIANO EXPERT We Tune for the Most Paiilcular People (Phone) Residence 114 Hancock Street i..-. — o; DR. SARAH E. WHEELER Osteopath Munn Annex, South of First Nations- Bank Lakeland, Fla. DR. E. L. KINSINGER Rooms 12-22 .Raymondo Building Hours 912 a. in.; 1:30-5:00 y. in.; 7:00-7:30 p. in. Office Phone Resilience I’hotu 171 Red. 3£6 Blue I HE KNOWS WHEREOF HE SPEAKS j J. F. Harper, -116 Navarro. St., Sail i Antonio, Texas, writes: "1 consider j Foley's lloney and Tar absolutely the host cough remedy on the market. 1 know whereof 1 speak, having tried it in my own family. My wife took a sevore cough and ai night n was al most incessant, i gave her a l'cw dos es of Foley’s lloney and Tar. in a little while she went to sleep and slept soundly the entire night. Your remedy ucts quickly and relief is per manent.” Sold by Henley's Drug store. advt. SPIRELLA CORSETS Made to Order MRS. REDGRAVE, Coisctiere Phone 454 Green ATTENTION MR. BUILDER ilofore buying call and get my prices on builders' supplies—brick, lmio. plaster, cerncut, roofing, building | blocks, crushed rock. Lake Weir sand. FLORIDA NATIONAL VAULT CO. H. B. ZIMMERMAN, Prop. Phon Rod EAT AT OUR PLACE We serve regular meals at a roasouable price. Also short or ders at all hours. 0. K. RESTAURANT CU I4i l ine Bl PAGE SEVEN DR. C. B. HUTCHISON Dentist Rooms 107 and 103 Dyches Bldg Phone 545 DR. CLARK B. WEEKS —DENTIST— ! . Rooms 100101 Dyches Building Telephone 204 Pyorrhea Successfully Treated - MRS. B. G. WILLIAM3 CHIROPODIST Corns and Bunions Relieved TELEPHONE 633 W. M. GOBER ATTORNEY AT LAW 16-17 Bryar.t Building WALTER R. WILSON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Residence, 116 Vistabula Phone SSO WILBERT DUFF LOCKSMITH Recommended by YALE Factory Varunll Jlldg. Luke land, Flu. LAKELAND FRENCH DRY CLEANERS Suits, 2-picce .75 Suiis, 3-piece $1.(30 Tlionc 457 , .uway.-i Something New i In Jewelry r.t a Price That Will Surprise You. High Lhasa™ W ateh Repairing. JOHN I. LARSEN. At the Economy Electric Shop 307 K. Kentucky Avo. Phone 515. Clarence T. Bishop REALTOR Suite 9-10, Telegram Bldg. Phone 826 DR. B. H. MAYNARD Specialized in Rectal Diseases —Heinor* hoidt FiSoUrug, Ulcers, Fistula, Pruritis iitching Piles}, and other Rectal Diseases, except Cancer. No operations. Ky. BIU|. Lakeland. Fla. Phone 247 T. M. PHILLIPS Attorney at Law Suite 11, Deen-Bryant Bidjf. MAPES FERTILIZERS 8. M. STEPHENS and J. S. NORTON > Agent* Phone 163 Black Dr. J. W. Kutrow DENTIST 212 Dean-Bryanl Bldg. Phone 88 J. McGOVERN TRANSFERING 1002 East Morton St. , l'lione oil ttt-rf WANTED 100,000 Alligator Skins Write for Prices Southern Hide & Skin Cos. Dealers in Hides, Furs, Wool, Alligator Skins, Beeswax, Tal low, etc. Jacksonville, Florida