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THE EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND. FLA., TUESDAY, FEB. 5, IMS 11 1 For the Same Reason THAT The Rolling Stone Gathers no Moss A Restless Dollar Accumulates No Interest! The Thing to Do Is to SAVE a Few, Having the Rainy Day in View! Open an Account with us today. We will pay you 4 per cent Interest on your tavlnga and In sure your deposits IIpeoples state bmIi LAKELAND FLA. - j Laundry Work That Excels Let us do your Table Linen Sheets, Pillow Cases, Etc. Satisfaction Guaranteed 1 Lakeland Steam Laundry PHONE 130 R. W. WEAVER, Prop. We Welcome Our Tourist Friends If in need of Drugs, Toilet Goods Hot or Cool Prinks, let us serve you, Kodaks and Kodak Supplies Red Cross O Pharmacy PHONI M FOR PROMPT SERVtCI Must Little Homeless Children Suffer In Florida? 0 WE DO NOT BELIEVE that tbs good people oi Florida relalse that there are right now in our State HaaCreds of little children la real need soma absolata ' ly homeless that Just mast be cared for. ' We feel sore that they do not know that there ar kindreds of worthy mothers In Florida who are last streffUng to keep thalr little ones alive and at home. We cannot belters that with these tacts true ana Tery orphanage In Florida crowded to the doors that U people of Florida will let our great work which hai eared tor 850 of these little ones this year alone go down for lack of funds to keep it up. Tour immediate help Is greatly needed right now Please send what yot an today to R. V. Covington, Treasurer of The Children's Home Society of Florida Florida's. Greatest Charity Knitted Helmets For Army Must Be Of Olive Drab, .Gray For Navy Confusion has arisen in many parts of the United States in regard to or ders that have gone out from the war department in regard to the regula tion uniform for officers and men in the army, many of whom have not been careful about the details of their dress even when on duty, and this confusion has resulted in rumors and even in statements in the press that knitted articles given by the Red Cross and by Drivate Individuals would not be allowed as part of a sol dier's equipment Under this order. Requests for information on this subject have come to Southern divis ion headquarters, as many Red Cross chapters have spent large sums of money given to knitting. According ly, Z. Bennett Phelps, director of the bureau of military relief, wishes to make public certain sections of a memorandum sent out from the head quarters on the 30th division, U. S. A., at Camp Sevier, which is based on information sent out by the adjutant general by order of the secretary of war. "(c) Knitted woolen helmets, muff lers and wristlets of olive drab color may be worn when, in the opinion of the immediate commanding officer concerned, climatic conditions and lack of sufficient other warm clothing make it necessary. But when the knit helmet is authorized to be worn, the uniform that will in every case be worn in addition to the helmet. Woolen helmets and mufflers of oth er colors than olive drab are absolute ly prohibited. The wearing of the knitted helmet, muffler and wristlets is particularly applicable, when necessary and ad visable, in the case of the guard, driv ers of wagons, trucks, automohiles. etc., prisoners at work, fatigue de tails, working parties and commands on practice and other marches. At formal ceremonies none of the articles of clothing will be worn. (d) Sweaters will not be worn as outer garments. There is nn ahw. tion to sweaters, especially thns r,f olive drab material, being worn un- uer trie shirt or blo.use. It is suggested by division hPH. quarters that Red Cross chapters hav ing on nand a supply of grey wool should make it into sweaters and flocks and save the olive drab wool which is very hard to eet for hefmets, mufflers and wristlets. TURN CASH INTO GUN FIRE We fought and won the Spanish war with 150,000 soldiers and $200, 000,000 bond issue. In men under arms we now have ten times that number. We issued ten times that amount of bonds in the first Liberty Loan. - We are proposing to spend and loan to the allies in the first fis cal year of the war $19,000,000,000. From now until the end of this fiscal year the treasury anticipates needing $300,000,000 a week that is, the treas ury has got to fight financially a Spanish war every four days. That indicates a money measure of the size of this -work, but that is not the real measure. We have just seen that one might have plenty of money, but an empty coal bin. In just the same way the government can have plenty of money, but an unequipped army. This army cannot be equipped as modern warfare demands if the man power of the country is at the same time called upon to produce all of our ordinary comforts and luxuries. It is just as plain as two and two that all of us must make personal sac rifices, must give up comforts and luxuries, even necessary expenditures that can be postponed, if there is to be labor and material enough to equip the army in time for it to fight while It will do some good to have it fight. In war the only effort that is of any value is that -which is ultimately translated into gun fire on the field of battle. The gun fire that will win this war cannot be delivered until all America recognizes individual respon sibility, until the whole people join in the effort by giving up things that they can do without, so that the labor that would have been employed in making those things can do work that will ultimately result in gun fire. The government has offered the opportun ity to translate at once every one's personal patriotism into the sort of help that will win the war. Forego buying something that is unneces sary; loan the money you would have used to the government by buying $5 war savings certificates. You will thus have released labor, you will have given credit to the government, you will have acquired the best se curity in the world, a United States government bond. Frank A. Vander-lip. MUMPS Mumps is a very much neeWtarf disease and has probably occupied but uttie of the scientific investigators, time: Its specific cause is unknown, but is thought to exist In the secre tions of the mouth and nmhahiv nf the nose. The infection Is transmit ted by direct contact or close associa- U. S. NAVY DEPARTMENT NOT IN HABIT OF MAKING EXHIBITS WILL PARTICIPATE AT FLORIDA STATE FAIR IE DANGERS OF : TAKING CALOiH r If you omy realized the terrible in jury you do yourself when you take :alomelf you'd never put another gram in your mouth. It's rank poison. lnctfisiH nf rnlnmpl dm that solenoid guaranteed vegetable compound, Mar tin s Liver Medicine, we medicine mat is winning favor. It is excellent for lio-ilnndo rnnst.inat.inn and kindred ills. It acts forcibly and quickly without r - l r frm PTiping. causes no losa iu tunc uum business; does not impair the appetite. OTkila . U hMMmhoil Ann tm AHA tdhlPKtWin. ful, I hava found by experience that teaspoon ful at bedtime promotes Bound sleep throw J the right and a comfortable movement ff breakfast, at (rives me Rreat pleasure 'ufc to recommend Martins Lrfver medicine as a nil ant end thorough laxative." Andrew m Macon, Ga. Martin's Liver Medicine is made J cording to the prescription of a cet brateaSouthern- physician who used" for years in his practice. It is pu vegetable and is guaranteed to gives isfactory results. If after using it are not satisfied, return the empty k tie and receive your 60c s OR SALE BY HENLEY ft HENLEY State Fair Body Receiving Numerous Letters of Congratulation SHERIFF'S SALE Under ana by virtue of writ of execution issued out of and from the Count; Court In and for Polk County, Fionas, and under the seal of said court In a certain cause pend ing therein, wherein the Tampa Tribune Pub lishing Company Is plaintiff, and Karl I.. lias- mttA Paul V T4llov rfnlniT httalnuefl In the Arm name and style of Raskins ft Bailey are defendants, I hare levied upon .the fol lowing real estate as the property of Has kins A Bailey to-wlt Lots 19, 20 and 21 In block A, B. H. Pry ion's sub-divlston of block 4. tier 1, of Win ter Haven, Folk county, Florida; and also the following as the property of Earl L. Has ans: Lot 8 in R. O. Hasklns' subdivision of According to A. A. Ormsby, of the TT-slA. J Oi.i r a i m a a . Hon ht.m, . , uunou amies Department oi Agncui- tion with one Buffering from th miA.. .......... ...,.- ... nrtv ih,A,,.i. . .mm uuioau ui einious, me navy ue- uL m!" . f Partment has always been averse to courtly In. 7 converflatIon', making exhibits, and It is was ex . sneezing, or with arti-: tremelv fm-tunntA in state Fair and Exposition securing this great $50,000 display of our sea fighters for exhibition at the State Fair in Jacksonville from February 26 to March 9. The big exhibit of the Navy De partment will be larger than at first intended, and the display of the De partment of Agriculture has also been enlarged, resulting In Prof. F. Lamson-Scribner requesting Presi dent W. F. Coachman to give them 1,000 square feet more of space. In view of the Florida State Fair and exposition securing these two bie government exhibits, the officials have been congratulated on all sides, and it Is believed that on this ac count, many hundreds of people will attend the State Fair who otherwise might have stayed at home. cles that have been freshly soiled witn me discharges from the mouth and possibly the nose of s.mh . . fected individual. Ordinarily but little attest raid by health organization th. prevalence ofmumps. as it is claimed oy mem that the enforcement of pre ventive measures is more expensive than the saving effected by the con trol of the disease. The establish ment of cantonments about the State however, puts a new aspect on the sit ation. With any large body of men there is a considerable numhrr of non immunes. After the age of puberty mumps is o longer the simple dis ease of childhood, as it nfw. , j many instances not only the salivar "i me sexual glands, and ft f. j to be the duty of health departments, u-ause or the harm the infection im poses upon soldiers in training, to ex ert themselves to secure its control. The report of the Surgeon General of he IT. s. Navy shows that mumps in 1915 ranked fifth among the diseases as the cause of sick days. f;refl'1 an1 systematic inspection VLWT CITY MAX WITH ENGL XF.ER FORCES "OYER THERE" srrtlon 21 in township 28, range 26 In Polk i-onuty, Florida. Also Lot W 80 feet and lot 2 Porter's sub division of block 5 In tier 4 of Winter Haven. Atso lot J of K. O. Hasklns sub division of lots S and 8 of Cunningham's sub-dlvlslon of section 21 In township 28 and runts 2ft In Polk entintv IMnriri !! trill st II the same in front of tJbe court house ir In Bartow, Florida, between the hours of U a m. and 2 p. ra. on the first Monday In March, A. D. 1918, being the 4th day of said month to the highest and beat bidder for cash to satisfy the afnretaiil hmmiHaii 4th all ch rites, costs and expenses thereof. ?ni-E. T.-fat JOHN LOfiAv RhwHiT anny fronts; Another Plant City man has reached France to do his bit toward making the armies of the German , (""uoiu; inspection r should be made of the mouth and' errr f their way' R L" DanIel ui muse wno have been ex-1 ""sieu m U)e engi Posed to the disease dally, for from'66' frC9 ln NeW Mexlco several three days after exposure to a known imcntba aB0, and later was sen o a case, until three weeks have elapsed lamP lD Massachuses for training. tor the redness which is said authori' I Srturday hls brothe''. N. M. Daniel, tatively to procede the involment of 'rPceived a cablegram announcing his the parotid and the other salivary In FraDCe- glands. The suspect should be iso dispatches indicate that there lated and on developing the disease aro . thousands of Americans in the excluded from all. who are not im' engmeerIn forcef France, and mune to it, and if adult, he 8nou" JnIte nmber J them have been avoid active exercise, unt 1 the in- 'I 9m' &U flamed glands have refund to Z " ' normal size. Disinfentn, 'L ! 19 generally nd the ax.. . .. "D u,a- lines, in the case nf n-,- w uv vivi alia LA counter attack before Camoral a few weeks ago a detachment of Ameri. can engineers were surrounded, whereupon they threw aside their implements and grabbed guns fur nished by the British. None were killed, but several were injured. Plant City Courier. Aarges of the mouth and nose and the articles soiled by them bv hnmin or boiling Is all that Is required. The German postal authorities ar orcsnlzing & telephone service be ar I t or 1- New Spring Goods The Nobby New Spring Suits Special Line of Sport and Wash Skirts New Line of Georgette Waists V First New Creations in Millinery For Spring Wear Arriving Daily La MODE Mrs. H. Logant Prop. r' A Good Plan Begin the New Year Right Economy Is the watchword. That means watchfulness In buying. You are guilty of extravagance when you buy hardware without first consult lng us. We have everything carried. In a first class hardware store, and our prices are always right WILSON HARDWARE CO.