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' file EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, "
1 " 1 4. " LJ ' " ' PAGE FOUR The Evening Telegram PaWiBhert every afternoon from The lU,graw iJuilJing, Lakeland, Fla; tmered In the postoffice at Lakeland, TU.. as .mall matter of the second class. A CREED THAT IS NEEDED I know a woman on the business ladder who has unconsciously formu lated a creed. 1 say "ladder," since This is quite evident in the a Pipe Oroon of Two Editors vacuum. commercial world. Very "often posi For somfl inapprehensible reason tions are but a matter of cnanging Fiorida edltor8 have gotten It In- I to their bead that they will reach the M. F. HfSTHERINGTON. Editor. One Year J6.00 Six Months 3.00 Three Months 1-50 THE LAKELAND NEWS of local matters, county, affairs, etc. for 11.50 per year. crop conaiuons, Sent anywhere A weekly newspaper giving a resume pat I can do it better. I believe that a hard job on hand is worth two easy ones in the promise. I believe in do ing what I have to do today to save trouble; and tomorrow I believe it for the same reason. I believe that hon- We are almost as much in need of j esty is the best policy just because an armistice this eleventh of Novem-j it begets in you the same thing. I yar aa iva were a vear aco. and peace i relieve tnat a seems about as remote. o faces only. True, you and I may maice our- je-nuLtom. They are kidding she is gradually climbing and I think selves valuable, but that there is no ( themselves and one another in this she will reach the top tnrougn me one uu m, se: very force of that creed. It is some- sary is folly to believe. gaya tne 0cala star: "Thorn of thine like this. To give the smile rather than the . post 8ay8 he haa "I believe in the present work I am frown in business is surely an asset. ( broken only three of the command- doing, and in the people who em- A smile is contagious ana ouen, ry(ment8( but lead8 us to infer that he Ploly me. I believe in working, not ouen, u. 6. - - . hag ratner badiy Dent SOme oi me oiu- whining; in giving the push-up rath- tious transaction with much more geyen the same-( when we er than the pull-down. I believe that speed than the complaining process. ! meet Thorn ln the New Jerusalem, And how much better it is 10 do sure ( AM expect tQ gee hlm rearing of one's cheerfulness .rather than to ( & three.ringed halo ma twanging a 24 take a selfish refuge in the right of j jeweied harp the matter which may or may not ( whJch hQTn makeB reBponse a3 be fair to the employer. followg. - And at all times every Business somebody else can fill my job, but v oman knows that the "Do It Now soft answer turneth nway a grouchy boss and that a kind word doesn't cost a cent. I believe If everybody knew the good work that any woman who wants work gets it, ana mat lor we mere is tunaja something in the world. I ara ready to do my part right now." -To sum it all up, this woman be lieves in herself. On the road for a happy business ; "While Br'er Benjamin may wait, I fnimiv fluttering at the gate habit is the surest means for reach- long anfl yeam to nave me for ing every rung of the trade ladder i hogt. that makes for promotion. For: j . ... ' h. litt1a star which I AUU UV vm.i.w ------ he has carried far To be self-sustaining, to smile, Is the safety road to success! Sophie Iren Loeb. done by the Chamber of Commerce, as those who are in close touch with Jt know, there are mighty few people with any public spirit at all who would not insist upon being enthusi astic members of the organization. Our old friend and more or leas Jellow. citizen, Premier Clemenceau, declares "work is the solution of the world's problems." The fact that this statement was made in these columns beveral times before Clem got around very nature of her spirit of self-con- to it doesn't make us believe less firmly in its truth. woman, tne nrst necessary step is a belief in one's self. For if we do not believe in our selves, how are we to make others believe in us? The above young woman by the Subject for debate between Herb Felkel and Editor Benjamin, of tho Ocala Star: "Resolved that he who ' would give us a good long shot of Ohejoyful is a better friend than ha who tenders us a couple pounds of sugar.' Tobs up to see which gets the affirmative. '.. o Ten years ago there, were ten ap pllcants for every job as census enu merator. Now it Is hardly possible to get enough people to make the count much better it is to give the "soft fldence must of necessity create that confidence in others. The man or woman who is forever going about with a chip on the shoulder complain ing that there is lack of appreciation just receives the invited unapprecia- tive. But if the days go by finding you with lack of love in the thing you do now the end will find you where you began. Therefore, the working wm- anhas the right system in believing in now. Also, when the man who pays the wages is troubjed, and may even be, in the venacular, "grouchy," how for Uncle Sam. The pay, which seemed big then, is not particularly attractive now, and, anyway, people these days are not over-enthuslastio about any kind of work at any rate of pay. o "We have been ln towns in the North particularly 'In the Middle West almost as large as Lakeland, where there was no sewerage, very little paving, wretched sidewalks, and Where the roads of the surrounding country were almost Impassable. And the people up there would calmly and cheerfully tell us about the "unpro gresslve.Southl" In Lakeland and many other Florida cities there are the eame conveniences of modern life that are found ln the metropolitan burgs of the North; and around Lake land, for many miles are roads such as are found In few sections of the . North. Those people up there cer tainly need education about the South , generally and Florida In particular o THERE ARE COMPETITORS AND COMPETITORS answer," lor any other kind may turn the wrath the other way your way. That any woman who really seeks work finds it is an old truth. With belief in one's ability and willingness it is no difficult matter to make somebody realize that you are there for the purpose of working and not weeping. Tie fallacy often Indulged in lies in the feeling that no other person may fill your position. Some good-natured argument ap pears to 'have been indulged In be tween the Lakeland Telegram and the Ocala Star on the subject of own ing or building a home, and the Tele gram a few days ago declared that its efforts to encourage home-building were well-intentioned and surely pos sible, though the Star appeared to be lieve otherwise. It costs a lot of money to build, just now, and the av erage man may not be fixed to invest a considerable amount in securing the home, but the Telegram believes that it would pay many who are now rent ing houses to build if they have to borrow the money. "Rents are high, and there are many ways in which a man can get a home without building it," declares the Lakeland newspaper. "There are frequent opportunities where a home may be bought on pay ments with little more outlay than is required to pay rent," adding that "people will help a young man or cou pie to secure a home more readily than they will in any other undertak ing." The advice Is excellent, for as the Telegram suggests the ownership of a home gives one a different out look on life and is one of the best steadiers that could be acquired to keep in the road and always be con fident of success. Jacksonville Times-Union. And wish that he could tie it to a Post . When he learns that I am coming ev ery pulse will start a-strum-ming. He'll not quiet down until he takes my hand,, And together we will enter and pause about the center Of that golden-streeted, pearly-gated land. As Pete says: "I'm glad to meetcher," each will be a happy creature. And we'll take the harp that's hand edthat's perhaps; But while Benjamin's the sharpest and no doubt will be s-o-m e harpist. I can do a heapslte better with the traps! For aeon after aeon we'll conclude that we will stay on, To see if anv others come from Florida; There is this one thing about it A those who know will hardly doubt it Jj Most folks from here will go where it $ is torrider!" Mrs. THE NAME HAAN IN A SHOE IS YOUR SAFEGUARD . Hanan Shoes have a demand in every Community for their wearing Quality, 'for their style and shape retaining qual itandTmosrimportatTfor their fitting quality. The select grade of leather and skilled workmanship are the only secrets of - llanan's Superior Qualities With prices at today's' level, you should demand the best you cannot afford to take a chance. Look at Hanan Shoes before you buy. An expert is in charge of our Shoe Department. He was employed for his superior knowledge of fitting shoes. Come in, let's talk over your shoe problems. tUMiiJSitu-i. look Out For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO, FRIDAY 0 a Philosophy teaches that there isnoSWWttWO0l AUDITORIUM DtfsnnBa Look Out For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO, FBEOAT aaaaaaaaaaa rT AfV rr N rw w . .ADDITIONAL CLASSIFIED AIS. . FOR RENT 6-room furnished bun galow. Call at 608 North Stella Ave. or see Mrs. A. J. Black. The editor of the Evening Telegram was at one time one of the owners of the Miami Metropolis. The opposi tion paper, the Miami Herald, was edited then as now by Mr. F. B. Stoneman. It is with peculiar appre ciation, therefore, that we reprint the following comment from this former competitor, referring to the recent birthday of this paper: "The Lakeland Telegram has just completed Its eighth year, and starts out on its ninth year of usefulness to Its community in full strength and vigor. The Telegram is one of tho best afternoon papers in the state and Its owner, M. F. Hetherington, has won an enviable place in the ranks by his brilliant conduct of his paper. He !s always conservative end constructive and we surmise that a great deal of the prosperity of Lake land and that. section of the state is due to his active co-operation in the upbuilding of the section." ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW TODAY THEDA BARA "La Belle Russee" HER LATEST PICTURE AL80 CENTURY COMEDY -1-AND 'v-ir slP AT HE REVIEW TOMORROW- BESSIE LOVE IN- Over The Garden Wall I A CLEAN, APPEALING LITTLE STORY OF LOVE AND SENTI MENT. TO USE THE CRITICISM OF "SCREEN OPINION," A PA PER DEVOTED TO REVIEWING ALL PICTURES, SAYS: "A WHOLESOME AND SUITABLE OFFERING THAT SHOULD SEND THEM AWAY PLEASED." , YOUNG MAN WANTS permanent ' Situation at dairy or truck farm State wages paid. Address ''Work," care' Telegram. LOST From White Line bus, pocket book containing about $8 and U. 3 Administration Railroad Pass No. 72482. Reward if returned to Tele' gram office. 9893 I CAN SELL YOUR BUSINESS if the price is right. THOS. J. MORRIS, ..510ft Frs'uklin St, Tampa, Fla. 9895 i OR QUICK SALE Five-room bungalow, South Florida avenue .....f 2,000.00 Six-room cottage near Gram mar school 1,400.00 Neat four-room cottage, south -fiide 900.00 .Three houses and halt block of fine fruit, all for 4,200.00 We have anything you wish in the way of a house; terms if desired. ORANGE BELT REALTY COMPANY. Phone 336 and 316-Black. 9894 look Out For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO, FRIDAY Insurance That's Our Business KING INSURANCE AGENGY Suite 12 Deen-Bryant Bldg; Phone 31 A CARD OF THANKS , so, one sow and litter of pigs for sale cheap. Yours very truly, I take these means of thanking my friends and neighbors who done so much toward making the death and funeral of my husband a success. Al- look Out For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO, FRIDAY aaaaaaaaaaac? oaaaaaaaaaaaa $ Look Out For O THE MIDNIGHT MAN a a CASINO, FRIDAY a 8aaaaaaaaaaa8 aaaaaaaaaaaaa In the Jewel collection of the Duch ess of Newcastle is a wonderful cor onet with a feather eight inches long made entirely of diamonds. Hemstitching and Picoting Prices 10 and 12 l-2c per yard Ladies9 Waists, Bags and Dresses Beaded. Your Work Solicited REYNOLDS Can You Wait? HARDEST IF SO. YOU HAVE MASTERED ONE OF THE THINGS ABOUT INTELLIGENT SAVING. . FOR INTELLIGENT SAVING IS MERELY POSTPONED ENJOY MENT SAVING NOW TO SPEND LATER FOR THINGS MORE WORTH WHILE TO YOU. ' vYOU'HAVE THE FUN OF ANTICIPATION AND PLANNING WHILE YOU ARE SAVING, AND THEN YOU. HAVE THE JOY OF, FULFILLMENT WHEN SMALL SUMS SAVED HAVE GIVEN YOU REAL BUYING POWER. YOU TEACH YOUR DIMES, QUARTERS, DOLLARS TO WAIT FOR WORTH-WHILE OPPORTUNITIES. INTEREST IS ADDED TO THE ACTIVE FUN OF SAVING. FOOLISH COINS THAT BUY , NOTHING WORTH WHILE, GROUP THEMSELVES FOR WORTHWHILENESS. THEY MAY BUY YOU PEACE ON A "RAINY DAY" OR EN ABLE YOU TO HAVE YOUR SHARE IN A "SUNNY OPPOR- XUNITY - THRIFT STAMPS TEACH QUARTERS TO WAIT. A 'vft'-l SAVING STAMPS MAKE DOLLARS PATIENtV t Jo f -t-,. A it StNi .First Nationa Of LakelandElorida .Bank C-UA Capital Stock, $100,000.00 Surplus, $ 50,000.00 JOHN U FOUTS, PrMldent J. W. BRYANT, Chairman of the Board.. MORRIS a MUNN, Vic Pre.ld.nt E. N. GOOD, Caahl.r.