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THM JPVKNiNO TELEGRAM, LAKJB LAND, FLA., SATURDAY, MARCH 29;
1919
The EveningTelegram
Published etery afternoon from The
Telegram Building, Lakeland, Fla. En
toied in the postofBco at Lakelaad,
Fla.. as mall matter of the second
elaea.
M. F. llETBSRLNGTOJI, KD1TUB
One Tear ..................... .J500
Biz Months 2.5
Three Months 1.25
Delivered anywhere wlUJn the limits
V of the City of Lakeland for 10
Cents a Week
t. THE LAKELAND NEW9
A weekly newspaper giving a resume
of local matters, crop conditions coun
ty affairs, etc. Sent anywhere for
11.50 per year.
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Waveiets
From
The Deep
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MEMBER UF THE ASSOCIATED fKF.SS
: The Associated Press Is exclusitvly
tntitled to the use for rcpubllcatlot of O
11 Dfws dlnpatches credited to it or not O
otherwise credited In this paper Mid D
tlno the local news published th.wln. O
All rights of republication of swsfial j
dispatches herein are also reserved. Q
This paper is in hearty accord with
the suggestion of Senator Eaton that
a bust or other memorial of Hon. A.
G. Munn be suitably placed In the
proposed community building. As a
matter of fact such recognition of th .'
donor of the Park had been Informal
ly discussed by members of th? com
mittee and cordially agreed upon.
Go and look at the space in the
Park that would be affected by the lo
eation of the proposed community
building, and see if you can honestly
eay that it would injure the grounds
for park purposes. You can fird thr
space staked off, with flags surmount
ing the stakes, in the northwest cor
ner of the Park.
Don't fail to set your clocks an
hour ahead tonight and then forget
all about new time and old time and
snn time. You may disapprove of
the change, and so do we, but the
country is going to operate on the
new time, and It is foolish for any
individual or community to attempt
to ignore it.
Sleeping on an iron mattress A-oulii
be solid comfort without the com
forter. The girl that loves to phew ice is
ot cold temper-a-chewer. f
''
You never hear that little "hie" any
more.
I You can lead a horse to water but
you can't make him drink, and who
is going to blame the horse? But
put some rye in front of him ah,
then he will act like any other gen
tleman, j,
George: "Bob sure met his match
last night didn't he?"
, Frank: "Yes, and got lit over it."
They say that In one Georgia town
the bootleggers are so thick they have
to wear buttons so they won't try
to sell it to each other.
Twin babies that always plan to
bawl together, are sure partners in
n
cryme.
Let's all get together and build a
hospital for those poor run down
alarm clocks.
I stood upon the ferry boat,
Making a 'short trip;
A banana peel rose up in front
-And the ferry went and slipped.
When all these big guns get through
going to Europe, maybe the price o
transportation will come down.
They ought to make it $1.50 round
trip and do a good summer business.
anse street, one block from post of
flee.
10:30 a. m. Sunday school.
Classes for adults- young ladies,
young men and children of all grade
11:30 a. m. Morning service. Ser
mon theme. "The Pure in Heart." So
prano solo by Miss Kaufmann.
8:30 p. m. Evening service. Ser
uion theme, "Confession."
Wednesday, 8:30 p. m. Devotional
service.
Thursday. 4:30 p. m. Woman's
Missionary Society meets a: the
church.
All who attend the services of this
church receive a cordial welcome.
HERBERT C. BELL, Pastor
Tomorrow morning at 2 a.: m.
the new daylight saving law goes
into effect and all railroads have
received Instructions from the
Government to move the clocks
up to 3 o'clock at that hour. There,
fore, It behooves everybody .who
wishes to ' get anywhere on time
and to avojd confusion, to move
t'heir watches and clocks up one
hour ahead upon retiring tonight.
The churches will operate upon the
advanced time tomorrow, as will
be noted by the church announce
ments. .
There can be only one time, and
any deviation from uniformity in this
respect must Inevitably result in con
fusion. When speaking of ten
o'clock tomorrow, or any day there
after, ten o'clock by the new. govern
ment, daylight-siving time should be
borne In mind. Regulate your bus!
ness, or habits, or actions by any time
you pli.be, but remember there 's on
ly one time by the clock.
CITIZEN VOTER
Shall the U. 3. Flags come down?
Go to the Park and see. No need for
City Tax, or City Bonds, If all the cit
izens do their duty.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH i
Corner Missouri avenue and Lemon
Etreets.
. Charles H. Trout, pastor.
j Bible school at 10:30 a. m. Note
j the change of time,
j Communion service, followed by
i Beraon by pastor at 11:30 a. m;
j Subject for the morning: "The Cry
of the World." This will be the fifth
of the series upon this subject; and
the particular cry to be considered
for tomorrow will be "I Swing LIkel
Pendulum." .'-
A marked interest is manifest in
these themes, as evidenced by in
creased attendance each Sunday.
Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p. m.
Preaching again at 8:30 p. m. The
subject for evening, "The Three Bap
tisms as Taught in the New Testa
ment." The pastor will try to throw
some new light on one of the most
difficult, passages in. the New Testa
ment. Everybody take notice that these
services are all changed and conform
to the new time which goes into ef
fect Sunday morning at, 2 a. m. '
On Wednesday evening at 8 ni- m.
the pastor will give another of the
evangelistic lectures at the church.
Subject. "The Church of Jesus Christ
Divinely Constituted."
A cordfal Invitation and welcome Is
extended to every one to all these
services. .'
;ALL SAINTS EPISCOPAL
Fourth Sunday in Lent.
! 8 a. m. Holy Communion.
10:30 a. m. Sunday school.
' 11:30 a. m. Morning prayer and
6ermon.
8:30 p. m. Evening prayer and
address.
Tuesday, 5 p. m. --Litany and ad
dress. Friday 6 p. m. Litany and ad
dress. I The above hours of service are by
'the new time, which goes into effoct
Sunday morning, March 20, at 2 a- m
a. m. WM. B. CURTIS,
Rector.
ROAD OPEN AGAIN
The Memorial building in the Park
; will increase space for use. The
building. 50x70, covers 3,500 iquare
feet, and the three floors aiding
7,000 square feet of space for use in
tho Park., which space Is more than
doubly useful,' as it can be used rain
or shine, cold or hot, day or night.
The space set apart by Mr. Munn i i
100x100 feet, making 10,000 square
feet in place of 3,500, that would be
occupied by the proposed building.
Take special notice, the space set
aside was for State, county or munici
pality, as well as Park use.
We regret that so far we have been
ablo to observe no evidence of any
active interest in looking after the
necessary upkeep of our roads. They
need, less looking after than perhaps
any other type of road, but no high
way built by man can be used forever
without deterioration, particularly If
bo provision is made to protect them
from the ravages of the elemen's and
to repair such damage. All over the
State roads of all types have suffered
from the recent heavy rains- and nat
urally our system has not been im
mune to the effects of the unusual
. weather conditions. If Borne tteps
are not taken for the protection, re
pair and upkcop of our roads the big
gest asset of tho county Is going to
suffer rapid deterioration.
A letter from the station agent at
Fllavllle. Florida, addressed to Sena
tor Baton, states that the brldjo over
the Suwannee river has been' re
paired and that cars can now proceed
under their own power between Live
Oak and Madison. Further informa
tion states that there it no serious
trouble beyond.
Mr. Lollesgard, representative of
the Blue Book Tonring Service, came
through from Jacksonville yesterday
and says that while the road between
Jacksonville and.Waycross is bad, it
Is nevertheless not impassable.
DIXIELAND METHODIST
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
W. B. Arendell, superintendent.
Preaching at 11:30 a. m., ,.', '
Prayer meeting Wednesday 'eve:
nlng at 8:30. ,'.
Let us remember to move np onr
clocks and be on time. .
J. D. MAJOR- Pastor.
Cash Feed Store, corner Rose St
and Mass. Ave. Phone 27S 8711
FOR SALE One Super-
Six Hudson, 7 Passenger;
one Dodge, 5 Passenger;
one Chevrolet.
HANSON SALES
STATION
8732
Clonts Block.
WOOD
Any Kind, Length er Size
I Good Wood
Full Measure
Prompt Service
CASH WOOD YARD
New Management
E. Rose 8treet
Phone 235
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN .
Rev. C. I. Stacy, Pastor- ' '
By order of the government, all
clocks are to be moved ahead- one
hour Sunday morning at two o'clock
which means that we will ; change
them before retiring on Saturday
night. Hence all services will be held
by the new time on Sunday.
By agreement ot the Ministers' As
sociation, beginning Sunday (tomor
row). Sunday schools will begin' at
10:15. Therefore the Sunday school
of this church will meet in the Audi
torium at 10:15.
Morning worship in the Auditorium
at 11:30. Every member urged to be
present as matters pf great import
ance will be discussed. '
Evening worship at 8:30, by the
new time, in the church. It Is also
of the greatest Importance that every
member be present at this service.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:30 p.
m. in the church. Subject "How
Shall We Meet the Present Opportunity?"
MYRTLE ST- METHODIST
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
O. J. Pope superintendent.
Preaching by the pastor at :30.
Prayermeeting Thursday evening at
8:30.
J. D. MAJOR. Pastor.
Phone 325 Black-
FREE METHODIST
Revival meetings begin tomorrow
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m
Services begin at 7:45 every night
next week. Rev. Oscar J. Withrow
evangellst. . r ,,,
, The invitation to attend thesa meet
ings is to all.
Sunday school at Dxileland at 2:30
p. m.
CHAS- E. WITHROW, Pastor-
CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN
Sunday school at the usual hour.
Mrs. E. P. Hughes, superintendent.
Preaching at the morning service
by Dr. W. K. Plner and at th1 eve
ning hour Lieutenant J. G. Stewart
from Camp Sheridan, a Cumberland
Presbyterian minister whose home U
ln,Fayetteville, Tenh.. will preach.
This young minister has made nn en
viable record in the service of hi
country as well as in the ministry
und the people who come to hear him
Mvo a fine treat In store.
Tho gonoral public cordially Invit
ed to attend these services.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Services are held every Sunday
morning in the Odd Fellows Hall,
corner Main street and Tenressee
avenue. . .
Regular service at 11:30 a. m.
Lesson subject "Reality."
Sunday school at. 10:30 a. m.
1RAC12 LtTTIiF.!1AN
Corner Tenncso a"ver.ua and Or-
A Crease
That Will Stay Put
That la the kind of pressing Job
you will get If we press lyour
clothes with our Hoffman 8team
Pressor.
THiS MACHINE .
Puts nearly a thousand pounds of
pressure on the cloth and forers
the steam through the fabric In a
way that removes the dust and
Destroys gferms.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
(New Time.) , ,
in-15 a. m. Sunday school. : The
collection will be given to the Or-j
phanage at Enterprise, Fla.
10:30 a. m. Morning worship. A
matter of very great Importance will
be brought before the congregation
at this meeting and every member is
urged to be present.
3 p. m. Meeting of the Junior
Epworth League.
4 p. m. Meeting of the Intermedl
ate Epworth League.
7:30 p. m. Meeting of the Senior
Epworth League.
8:30 p. m. Evening worship. This
will be an evangelical service. Mem
bers who were not received last
Sunday should be present for recep
tion Into the church at this service.
8:30 p. m. Tuesday Dr. McKeen
of Blue Ridge, N. C will make an
address on the "After-War Work of
the Y. M. C. A."
8:30 p. m. Wednesday Centenary
prayer meeting.
The public is cordially invited to
all the services.
L. D. LOWE, Pastor.
BAPTIST CHURCH .
Louis Entzminger. pastor.
All services will begin with th
new time.
9:30 a. m New time Sundaj
school song service.
10 a. m. New time Classes go to
their rooms.
11 a. m. New time Services con
ducted by the pastor.
7:30 p. m. New time Junior and
senior B. Y. P. U. meetings.
8:30 p. m. New time Sermon by
pastor, "Heaven; Will we Know Each
Other There." ; 1
Sunday night services will be Just
one hour long.
CITIZEN VOTER
Shall the U. S. Flags come down?
Go to the Park and see. . No need for
City Tax, or City Bonds, if all the cit
izens do their duty.
BIG TENT PURCHASED BY CLASS
The Men's Bible Class, taught by
the pastor. Mr. Entzminger, of the
First Baptist church, has outgrown
its quarters and has ordered a large
tent, seating three hundred, which
will be put on the vacant lot on the
same block the church is on, on North
Florida avenue, . ,
The class is expecting the largest
attendance tomorrow it has ever had.
New plans for the work will be
presented, and a campaign to put the
class up to 200 members will "be
launched. A number of new officers
will be elected.
Mr, Entzminger,' the teacher, will
make a short talk on the lesson. The
men of Lakeland who want to link
up with a great bunch of men for
Bible study, fellowship and service,
and who do not care about the aver
age thing called a "Bible Class(' will
find In this organization not that kind
of a thing, but a great bunch of the
best men in Lakelaad unltcl for big
things for the men of our city, who
are not already In a a Sunday schoo1
It's a men's organization to study an-"
to serve and to flo ' Nr t'vi
"Time was never so valuaW. I
as at thlavery present tim9
John Benson.
Men with things to do, haT
no time to "shop round."
Everything for men's wear
can be selected without
waistlng a precious momeat
here. -,
Today we are loaded up n
the subject of furnishino be.
cause our New York Resldsnt
Buyer has Just sent us a spe
cial assortment of the ad
vance styles for Spring.
Shirts skillfully tailored, wov
en madras, silk striped mad
ras, corded madras, with
. woven color strlpe and richly
mercerized cloth.
Price $3.00.
Special medium weight un
derwear and pajamas.
, "
Tailored neckwear, soft silk
and satin.
Handkerchiefs and socks.
Lakeland's Best Clothes bnop
LAKELAND, FLA.
A most delightful evening wl
joyed by a large number of n
people of the Intermediate De,
ment of the Baptist Sunday n!1
The Bit eharades, "Holding Hit 0'
"Commentator," "Longfellow,"
the Top.' "No Parting." "A SUtcI
Time Saves Nine," and a comes!
very much mixed relationship
lowed by games made the social
full of fun. The comical gsrw
Elephant" drove all to the rcfi
ment room where refreshing "on
rniRh" and fancv cakes were H
by. the teachers All classes of
wide-awake department were
represented , from the sixty p"
REPORTS
Get Mr. Jacobs for skilled
piano tuning and repairing. Caj
M. Futch residence, Phone B5
Cash Feed
Phone 275
Store.
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FOR SALE AT ALL DRUG AND GROCERY STOKta
Condensed Statement of the condition of the F:rst National VwX- of I ;r 1 t J. P!iM as
rendered the Comptroller at the close of business. M.tn l t:h. !''!"
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ... 687.1787)
U. S. Bonds and Securities T- 187.573 2
Real Estate 12,988.44
Banking House . 62,00000
Furniture and Fixtures . 22.201.40
Stock In Federal Reserve Bank 4 57000
Cash and Due from U. 8. Treasury.. 368,68079
LIABILITIES
Capital StorM-. . .
J-uip'us and UnclVriecJ Prrf-ts
Circulation . ...
Deposit .
S . ico.noo.Oi
CO 388 81
100.000.-jO
1 091.74671
$1.C5 133.59
$1,345,133.59
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR PENT
First Nationa
Of Lakeland, Florida
5anl
Capital Stock, $1 00, 000.00
Surplus $ 50,000.00
J. W. BRYANT. C M. CLAYTON
Vi President
MORRIS O. MUNN.
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4. L FOUT8.
v Vic President
Vice President
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