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t. page eight THE EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA., THURSDAY. APRIL M A Personal Letter to Men Buying Summer Suits DEAR CUSTOMERS: WE ARE RECEIVING DAILY 8HIPMENT6 OF NEW SUM MER 6UITS IN WOOL SERGES, GABERDINES, M0HAIR8, PALM BEACH AND COOL CLOTHS. THESE ARE IN ALL COLORS AND SIZES. WE CAN FIT YOU WHETHER YOU ARE SLIM, SHORT, OR STOUT, IN LINED OR UNLINED, AND THE PRICES WILL SUIT YOUR POCKET BOOK, WHETHER IT IS FULL OR ABOUT EMPTY. NOW WE MAKE THI8 A PERSONAL APPEAL TO YOU, TO COME IN AND LET US 8HOW YOU, BEING UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO PUR CHASE ANYTHING. WE HAVE THEM AT $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $25.00 $30.00, $35.00, $40.00 YES, WE FORGOT TO MENTION THAT WE HAVE THE LARGEST LINE OF SILK AND MADRAS SHIRTS THAT HAS EVER BEEN SHOWN IN LAKELAND. , 'j VK7 Cfeu. Zndw.t Bra. Yours For Business Melton--Ott Clothing Co. IS YOUR NAME ON THE HONOR ROLL? PUT IT THERE. WHAT WOULD YOU THINK OF A SOLDIER WHO AFTER AD' VANCING AND TAKING PART OF THE FIRST LINE TRENCHES 2 OF THE GERMANS, QUIT AND SAID HE HAD DONE HI8 SHARE. HOW MANY WARS WOULD YOU . WIN THAT WAY, WHERE WOULD WE BE TODAY IF OUR AMERICAN SOLDIERS FOUGHT ,THAT WAY. t , Every Liberty Loan 18 A First Line Trench I ..... SV t WE HAVE TAKEN FOUR OF THEM, THIS IS THE LAST ONE. X ARE YOU GOING TO HELP FINISH THE JOB. DO YOUR SHARE f TO TAKE THIS LAST FINANCIAL TRENCH AND PROVE YOUR- SELF THE SAME KIND OF A FIGHTER THAT YOU EXPECTED OF EVERY AMRICAN SOLDIER. YOUR SHARE IS A FIXED DEF- INITE AMOUNT. ASK YOUR BANKER. HE CAN TELL YOU. SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY C. E. TODD. MAXIMS FOR "BE KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK" Let us learn to love and protect the birds and their nests. Birds are man's helpers . Let us protect the cats and dogs from ill treatment, give them food and water and a comfortable place to sleep. They like a gentle touch and kind words . Make your horse comfortable. Do not use the overhead check or, any tight check reins. Never Jerk, whip, overload or overwork him. ... Do not fish or hunt just for sport or use steel Or other cruel traps. Try never to cause needless pain' to any living creature. Do nothing to hurt the feelings of anyone. , ' Do all you can to make others happy. When you see any creature abused earnestly but kindly protest against such abuse. Try to treat every living creature ps you would like to be treated if you were that creature. Be above using.. profane or vuTgar language. These are the ways to be happy and beloved. Let us also remember; that Humane Week and Humane Sunday, April 21-27, kindness- to those who arc weaker than we .are and to dumb creatures Is expected to help us form ctronger the "Golden Rule'.' habit of living for every week in the year. GRACE A. TOWNSEND, Press Supt. for the American Hu mane Education Society. Christian Endeavor Activities The West Palm . Beach Congrega tional Society is the only one in the department that fully followed the benevolenCplan this year. They gars aid to the following causes: , West Tampa Cuban missions; those of the Everglades; to the missionary' Miss Brock, we help to support in China; for the Atlanta Seminary for Theo logical Students; 'ministerial relief of aged ministers; and church : head quarters in the building of churches lnv needy fields of this country; . 1 Pomona continues its fellowship good times with the Methodist work ers of Lake Como. We wish more near-enough-together societies would take up this plan, especially good in summer when leaders are few every where. ) "J, One of the finest reports we have seen for a long while came from the Juniors of the Congregational church of New Smyrna, where the busy wife of Dr. George, pastor, finds time' to care for the work of the children dur ing the winter season - when the cnurcn is open. The Juniors are planning to carry" the society' meet ings on by themselves this summer. ' Miss Marion Duncan, many years in Tavares, with an as sistant leader who has charge of part of the members. This gives varied training to the older ones and little tots who should never be i taught'to gether in religious work mora than they would be in a secular day school. . v , Miss Lelah Brighfwell, long-timi leader or church and community Christian Endeavor in West Tampa. has had a serious spell of influenaa, and her sister, Miss Corrine, now a student at Mount Verde training school, went home to nurso and serve as general care-taker till com faithful superintendent has her society divided ft WHY A LIBERTY LOAN Z TheJigovernmentfihad to back up the boys irfPrance; itScoitlmoney to do so. ff' TheMof liberty has to bt paid.' The iSboys have tobs brought home. Are Typu going'to help by loaning the gov it wiment oonejr'on the best security the world?" -You get a good; rate of interest; they are short time bonds and will be re deemed in four years. plete recovery. mere is a strong mission class feeling in Sanford and the Congre gational pastor, Rev.v C. D. W Brower, writes of the book. "Ancient Peoples at New Tasks." Just being completed, and "wonderfully interest ing and Informing. Dr. Fred Marsh, popular pastor in Jacksonville, has a monthly ' sermon for children, which, however, their seniors also enjoy. Would it not be better if more sermons were written In words that children could understand? 1 Crystal Springs has an enthusiastic organization in the Union church or ganized by Mrs. Joseph Wilson. That was one of her first activities aftev locating in that town. Why do nof more new comers do this way? St. Petersburg workers are enjoy ing using their Victory bond for mis sions. Raising the money meant self-sacrifice, but it will do them good. ' GRACE A TOWNSEND ! Secretary of the Congregational C. E. Department. To buy Bonds is your job just as to fight was the soldier's job. Are you going to fail where he made good? f fiF.T ON THF HONOR ROLL SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY LA MODE IT'LL WORK EVER? TIME "Please, can you give a poor rjau'.a little something to eat? But I don't want no bread, please." Woman You don't want no bread eh? I guess you ain't starving You can jist get along out of here. "Wait tin I explain, madam- You see, the woman next door junt now give me a piece of paving stone for bread, and as she said she was the best bread maker on this street " "The best bread maker, on this street! Jist come right in here, my poor man, and I'll show you what good bread really is. Lor', how some peo ple does brag!'' Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph. Advertisers are urged to ge. their display copy in hereafter by or before 12 o'clock. Th. earlier copy is In hand the better display will result. pen u nrricncnM Cftj?!??3!l nd; BUILDER ASPHALT ROOF" I ING A SPECIALTY Guaranteed Twenty Years I Ask "DICK" and Save Money CD. 3. PhoneS470-Black. LAKELAND, FLA. Is Your Name On The Honor Roll Styleplus Clothes $25 and $30 "Bach grade the? same price the nation orer" Melton-Ott Clothing Co, tftMlMp4kWMtfftrtWf4ktf44SMM4tfV To the Citizens of Lakeland: Lakeland has been asked to do a certain definite part In the Fifth Liberty Loan. That part has been ftxed as fairly and aa acurately as pos sible, and if she fails to do her part, not only will it be a reflection upon (his commuuity but also reflection upon each individual in the community who fails to do his or her part For every man and woman in Lakeland there has been set a definite amount which they should subscribe to the Fifth Liberty Loan and if they fail to do their share, they fail in their duty to themselves, and to the community, and to their neighbors on whose shoulders will have to be carried what they themselves failed to do. Every man md woman was assessed a quota just aa Lakeland was as- V. aessed a quota and the amount that each is expected to subscribe is in the handa of the local banks. It is your duty to go to your banker, find out what your quota is, and voluntarily subscribe for it there. It puts you on the Honor Roll and it is better to load the Honor Roll than to come in at the last moment From these list now held by the banks the name of all persons failing to voluntarily subscribe their share will be handed to the committee and they will call upon each individual whoso name is turned over to them as not being a voluntary subscriber for their share of bonds. Go to your Bank and sub subscribe voluntarily and have your nam on the Honor Roll and do not be one of the few who will fail be be found there when the list is published next week. i riPTH LIBERTY LOAN COMMITTEE. SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY FIR8T NATIONAL BANK Paris, i ent nding le the A WecauUo '"rdert.