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The Evening Telegram
Published every afternoon frorr. The
Telegram Building, Lakeland, Fla.
Entered In the postofflce at Lakeland
I ia.. a8 mail matter of the second
M. F. HETHERINGTON, Editor.
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weirou, Mien., sept. 5. The boy
gnawed at the end of his nennu vta
hooked his feet round the legs of his
tnair and stared at the paper in front
of him. 'What one thing do you like
best about your mother?" he read
face tnnlr nn a miKnla
'. I i w. w wucaxu UUnll.
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v' ' jonnny , came a femininA vnt
The evening dresses of today, cut from the next rnnm ini,Bi,;
low as they are, are bad things for a hurry here you can lick tn mia,m
woman mat nas a com to wear. One spoon."
sneeze and ' ' Johnny unhooked hia feet. Molass.
, "es was better than the endf a pen
Two Greeks that owned a theatre in cil. He was off his chair In a flash,
a Tennessee town booked the "Man- He went into the kitchen. '
ger to the Cross," a great biblical "Gee. that's irnnri ho aVni0im
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uniui-u iimj, aim uu me uay it. arnvea ne put aown the spoon. He went
tney naff-no paper to put out in front back to paper, pencil and thought
of the theatre, so they painted a sign, "What one thing do I like best
aim ioiks passing mat way were as- about my mother?" he asked himself
tounded to see in large letters, "To- for the hundredth time. And after a
day. oont rail to see the thrilling ad- moment he wrote:
ventures of J. Christ." "I like the way she lets me lick the
: molasses spoon."
Patron: "That omelet is swimming
Waiter: "Shall I throw it a rope
and bring it ashore?"
Tribuno predicts "Cary Hardee can
wm in a walk." But to make assur
ance doubly sure, he's running.
It certainly seems that the people
are entitled to know what great dis
turbance existed in the State, and at
what point, that made It necessary to
call the Daytona company into readi
. ness for action.
Councilman Etzler- of Tampa, calls
the Guv. a "second-class horse doc
tor." Gee. but that man must have
an awful grouch against horse doc
Possibly an eight-hour day or a six
hour day is desirable, but the indi
vidual who limits his activities to
these hours will never get ver7 far.
The Edisons. Carnegies. Roosevelts
and' Woodrow Wilson's of the world
were never clock watchers.
School openings form the subject
of the principal news items in many
of the State newspapers this week.
And tho burden of all the stories is
the same a record-breaking attend
ance everywnere. Which goes to
show that kidlets form the most pro
lific and unfailing crop of the many
Florida boasts. This State is a
world-beater for children.
ine newspaper fraternity of tho
State deeply sympathize with Editor
R. O. Meek, of the Fort Meade Lead
er, in the loss of his son. a flne.,man
ly young fellow- eighteen years of
age. who was fatally injured while
working on a phosphate train. Tho
father pays a beautiful tribute to his
Buy in tne current issue of ih
jonnny surveyed the answer for
a moment; then he ran his pencil
through it. And he wrote:
"I like her because she looks after
me WheTl T flm aliV onA nrall II A
Tha n W "K, ... Agiuu
,,, UC muuuu are ue considered tho .i
w II v UUU
those that haven't much at "steak",
and the fast "liver" never "reVeals"
any tendency to bring home the "ba
con." , J
Laugh and the girl laughs with
you, cry and she tells you to go home.
Oft times there is no sport in a
sport skirt. -
Father say's that all his recollec
tions about steak are not tender.
What is nicer for the young man
that has a car than ten gallons in the
tank and one gal-on the seat.
Tourist: "The mosquitoes are
thick here, aren't they?"
Town guy: "Yuh. we feed 'em so
well they don't get thin."
Mary had a little bull,
It's tale was always going,
You couldn't say a word at all,
She was so adept at throwing.
It is stated on excellent authority
that the change in a single one of
the text books in the Florida schools
will cost the people of the State
160.000. The particular book referred
tothere are several others is
Wheeler'B Reader, a revised edition
being adopted. The principal change
in the book is where such sentences
M "Mama loves baby" occurs they
have been made to read "Baby loves
mama." etc. In one or two places,
also, the word "papa" has been
changed to, "father." The change,
which for such foolish and trivial
reasons forces such an enormous un
necessary burden upon the people was
made by the text-book commission.
Composed of Gov Catts and members
of hia cabinet- The Governor undoubt
edly approved these changes, or they
.would, not have been made. Van
Sfwearingen is. quoted as saying "he
sees no harm in changing text books.
These are the two men who as can
didates made the people the most
guttering promises of economy in ad
ministration, and who are still mak
ing Blmllaj promises from the stump
in the hope of advancing their further
FOR SALE. Ten acre tract one mile
from Carters station, on hard road,
high state of -cultivation, hog proof
wire fence. $700. Seeves. Floral
Bluff, Fla. 9619
TO THE PATRONS OF THE
LAKELAND STEAM LAUNDRY
Commencing Monday, Sept. 8, the
Lakeland Steam Laundry will be
closed down for two weeks for the
installation of additional machinery.
This will be the first time since op
ening for business fifteen years aeo
that we have found it necessarv tn
close down to enlarge the' plant,
though it has been enlarged several
times, but this time we are nreDarln
to install iuch a large amount of new
equipment that we find it will be im
possible to serve our customers at
our own plant during the two weeks
while this is being done: however,
have arranged to have our work done
by the Tampa laundries, and the
trucks will call for and dfiHvor vnnv
laundry to you as usual, except; that Mf
mo service win not be so prompt, and
WOrk mm trior tn -r-rT .
""e oiioi weanesaay, ,
may not be returned before the first K
n mo iicai ween.
I urge that every one ge their
iiaLnagsMn on Monday or. Tuesday
weignea it in his mind and again
ne crossed it out. Then he wrote:
I like best her love of home."
Johnny read nd re-read his answer
He hooked and unhooked his feet
But the contortions of his body were
as nothing to the contortions of his
mind. At last an inspiration struck
him. He sat bolt upright. He re
cued his pencil just as it was disap.
pearing down his gullet and wrote:
"There is no best thine about mv
Johnny smiled a smile of deep sat
isfaction. He was one 'of a group of
boys with whom the Brotherhood of
St. Andrew, a laymen's organization
of the Episcopal Church, was conduct
ing an intensive campaign and tho
question he had answered had been
propounded by the man in .charge,
Gordon M. Reese, of Philadelphia, Mr,
ueess campaign is over now but
through the Nation-Wide Campaign
of the Episcopal Church it is proposed
to conduct similar work among boys
In other cities, for the , Nation-Wide
Campaign comes to continue and in
crease the work of the Episcopal
Of the forty-six answers Mr. Reese
received from boys most of them gave
what they liked best about their
mother was her sympathy. "She-
shows me when 1 am wrong and puta
me on the right track", one boy wrote
An nth or onM- "T Mlra 1a
wm.u , .iuu uvi moh unawg
she is ambitious and has taught mel
that anyone who ia lazy will never
get along very well in the world." A
third replied: "I like best her1 sin
cere whole-hearted interest In the
things I am interested in and a desire
to help, me in my problem."
One boy liked "Her purity." another
"Her love" still another "Her kind
ness". With a frank recognition of
A PAIR OF SOX
A SEEMINGLY insignificant item of appuel is apair of
sox. Yet the fact is that the hose you wear mean
as much to critical eyes as the more conspicuous articles
Men who know the meaning of GOOD
DRESS appreciate this fact. That is
why .they do more than wear Society
Brand Clothes. They make certain
that every other item of their dress 1s
of a quality to match.
And that Is why the men who coma
here for - '. '
. IIIIII'' here for ' . r7$i 4fHfiV
: society Brand s. It v
, CLOTHES IPtl (
won't go elsewhere for other articles ' nj 1 Sm
of apparel. They come here for Hanan Mk' JfJIQt
:nT.. napp t8 anai nim v 4-v
ates street snirts. iU -V M ' " I
mmi-i i i. .
. i "w wn ii means s , $f
to buy at the store that sella .Society
Brana clothes. 1 1 1 1
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m ill f A
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U "STYLE HEADQUARTERS" W M Xm . ?
.IIIIII Where Society Brand Clothea ar ftnlH .---. .IIIIII
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his own weakness one lad answered punishments that make
that he liked her. because she made
him obey. "There are no secrets be
tween us" wrote another, while yet
another 'said: "I like best her simple
For the Best Storage Battery (Columbia)
For the Best Storage Battery Repairing
For the Best Storage Battery Service
For the Best Storage Battery Guarantee
COPY OF GUARANTEE
T. E. Dunbar
change his mind."
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA.- IN AND
-FOR POLK COUNTV. T. A. Browning,
Complainant, vs. Metropolitan Trust Com
pany, a corporation; Atlantic Trust Com
rfnf ..cop..0;tlon ,nd t"8 Seaboard Air
Lino Railroad Company. corporation.
.n;f!fPerinB b.y affldaT't Bled In the above
entitled mhu that ..
iin u Tr uwienaanw, tne At-
CrPfny..corP"on: .nd the
.ri niden,s of ihe state o? F?o
Htle ."n8. at ttmbw 60 WtU street, in th
tLJLr' tt there
... .. . ."""u,"k " suie or Florida
tK1eJ8er,!Lce of- 8bnoena upon whom would
ri MhAl.,-!5,d Pendants
. JT JI8i THEREFORE ORDERED that the
nda,1tS le, AtIantlc Trust Comply a
-, .uva mio, aieiropoiuan Trust Com
ieiler pany, a corporation. (In nnnoBP a YiA mil s
Complalnt n ln on or befor. MoTd.rai
the BUI of rt0be,r', f .D- 1919 Asw.
wile tS Jn.C.mplalni ,n m came, other-
at swjsa conuined w,u be
SnZkE i ,ienerai SSEsa
consuuTWeek? Fl0r,da' tot four
Witness my hand and official uul n
ow,9F,orida. this SikiTjgZ
v Every COLUMBIA Starting and Lighting Battery (except the SE
type) Is GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR! to be eaahU at .nu tim.
during the guarantee period of developing at least 80 per cent, of Its
original rated Ampere hour capacity. "
so that they can be returned during $ The comPar,y wi" mak8 fl00d tnl fluarantee by replacement
theweek. ijt witn another battery In first class operating condition should any bat- $
ery ot xne xypes meniionea do returned xo me Tactory OR ANY offi- A
cial COLUMBIA Service Station, that has failed to fulfill the terms of
the guarantee. " X
(The SE type battery Is similarly guaranteed for 6 Months).
The installation of this AdrKHnn.i X
manhtnprv nuto us iv. ,m .
the class" in point of equipment, and
we will be able to serve you better
I wish to thank my customers for
their liberal patronage, and for their
good will toward the Lakeland Steam
Laundry, and I assure you that it is
our object to give you service at all
times that will merit both.
9577 R. W. WEAVER.
H. X. J AWES
COLUMBIA SERVICE DEALER
f, MGR. HANSON SERVICE STATION
CLONTS BUILDING LAKELAND, FLORIDA
D. O. ROr.ERa.
Solicitor for Complainant
J. A. JOHNSON, '
Clrk Circuit Court.
FOR RENT 3 connecting rooitftv for-
nished or unfurnished. 401 N.
MISS NUN A PATTON
Has Re-Opened Her
AT STEVENS JEWELRY STORE
Your Patronage Invited
:i SAFETY PIT
This Bank is a member of the
Federal Reserve System. Also
we are members of the Witham
System. We carry much larger
reserves than is Required by law.
Our recources are'more than
OneMillion Dollars. We believe
inlthel absolute safety of our de
positors, first last, alt the time.
csiL ldiiy fji ran r
Of Lakeland, Florida
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
Surplus, $ 50,000.00
JOHN L. FOUTS, President
J. W. BRYANT, Chairman of the Board.
MORRIS G. MUNN, V.ce Pre.dent . E. N. GOOD, Cashier.
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