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THH ETENINO TKLKQRAM. LAKELAND, FLA.. TUESDAY, MARCH 30. 1920.
The Evening Telegram Published every afternoon from The Telegram Building, Lakeland, Fla. En tered In the postofflce at Lakeland Fla,, as mail matter of tbe second class. M. F. HETHERINGTON, Editor. W. M. HETHERINGTON, Bus- Mgr. One Year MO .Six Months .... 3.00 Three Months 1-60 MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Aasoclated Press Is exclusively entitled to tbe use for republication of til news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published therein. All risots of republication of special dispatches herein are alse reserved. Admitting that the Creator holds conversations with our Governor and no one can doubt this, for he himself hath said it a large number of the people of this State would have been pleased if, instead of "Catts, get out of Jacksonville,' the command bad been, ''Catls. get out of Florida!" o The government tells us to use the ''cheaper cuts" of meat, and, on the other hand it is threatened that as soon as there is a demand for thesa cheaper cuts they will advance in price. You can't beat tbe game, any way you turn. , o Lakeland will rebuild and be better because of its fire. And most of the , men who suffered loss will also re-'8' build their impaired fortunes and eventually, we earnestly hope be bet ter for their present misfortune.. This community owes them every aid and encouragement. o The Lakeland Chamber of Com merce goes on, day after day and WOMANS PRESBYTER1AL AUXILIARY PROGRAM The Twenty-seventh Annual meet ing of the Woman's Presbyterial Aux- iliary of St. John's Presbytery meets at tbe First Presbyterian church in this city Thursday and Friday, April 1 and 2. The following is the pro gram : Thursday, 10:00 A. M. Music. Communion, Greetings Mrs. W. M. Keith, Lake land. Response Mrs. S. E. Ives, Or lando. Report of Credentials committee. Report of Program committee. Roll call. Enrollment of new Auxiliaries. Report of Secretary Mrs. T. H. Mathews, Orlando. Report of Treasurer Mrs. H. B. Leake, Orlando. President's Message Mrs. C. W. Latham, Sarasota. Announcement of Committees. Bible Hour "Opening the Scrip tures to Others.'' Miss Carrie Lee Campbell, Richmond. Va. ''Advantages of Montreat" Mrs . J. W. Smock, DeLand. Thursday, 2:00 P. M. Music. Report of Secretary of Synodical, Presbyterial and Congregational Home Missions Mrs. W. A. Grate, Sarasota. Report of Secretary of Literature Mrs. L. M. Johnson, Leesburg. ''Opportunities of the Secretary of Literature" Miss Carrie Lee Camp- Publicity. Place of Meeting. Communications. Strong and Weak Points. Nominations . Election of Officers. Question Box, Open Conference How Has This Presbyterial Auxiliary meeting helped you? Through you, how will it help your Auxiliary? Report of Secretary of Assembly's I?onie Missions' Mrs. R. J. Knight, afety Harbor. Report Read from Delegate to Tus caloosa, Wilhelmina Johnson, De Land. Recommendations of Auxiliary. Recommendations of Committee. Minutes. Circle of Prayer. Friday, 7:30 I", M. Devotional Service. Report of Secretary of Foreign Mis sions, Mrs. Kline O. Yarn, Fort Meade. Address Rev. R. D. Daffin, Jr., Missionary Brazil. Report of Committee on Resolu tlons. Music. Offering. Benediction. year after year, with its splendid con structive work which more than any thing else has builded Lakeland. It doesn't take the time nor trouble to answer the knocks of those who would never think of doing any con structive work themselves, but its members unselfishly and generously give of their time and money that the public may benefit. 0 Florida census returns so tar as announced have been rather disap pointing. St Augustine's population Is given at 6,192, St. Augustine being A MAN WILL WORK MANY TEARS to build a business that Is destroyed by fire In a few minutes. Why not protect your life's work by a policy written by King. Ion will live longer and be happier, 987 Address Rev. J. F. Winnard. superintendent of P. H. M. "Methods in Young People's Work.? Miss Isabel Arnold. Skins'. W. Va. Bible Hour ''Opening the Scrip tures to Others," MiBS Carrie Lee Campbell. Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Music. Address Inter-church.. World Movement and Progressive Program. Rev. E. D. Brownlee, Sanford. Repoit of Secretary of Christian Education and Ministerial Relief, Mrs. W. S. Graham, Tampa. Pageant "The Trial," Lakeland Auxiliary. Offering. , Benediction . Friday, 10:00 A. M. Music. Bible Hour "Opening the Scrlp- HEAVY LAYING WHITE WYAN . .DOTTES' EGGS for balance of sea son reduced to $1.50 per 15. L. E Amidon. Phone 3S1 Blue. 980 "...v.".,,., ..ini-iT nif FLORIDA. vVv C ANCERY.-A run rum .y.Y."" :? ;t.T i . kkith. A. KEITH AND "l", vpwmaN t'OMl'ljAINANTS, VS. lUWJA VVMAN, BBULAH NEWMAN, f U IAN M1WJUH, HARDING ""''"T'n PRICE HAYNES, ?f ..." ,.. ADD1E LEE HAYS, and devisees or . . ,T oivvw and the unknown heirs of A. S. HAico, deceased, DEFENDANTS. ..,,., it appearing by affidavit BW'iTvM Bled Herein, that tne ?e enuu, NEWMAN, BELLAH r,rf NEWMAN, HARDING NEWMAN, - v .v kuii'V HAYNES. KENA HAYNES unrf AiiiilE LEE HAYNES, residuary legatee and devisees or i. w. baimo, H"-"""' ..ih.. the States of Florida, that their respective places of residence are ..ninurn mil that mere ut uu vw " State of 'Florida, service of a subpoena upon TZ. i hind nv of the said defendants. and that each of the said defendants are over the age of twenty-one years . 1. . thaHlinnll 1H IMI I 1 III. L uh DI..W 1 IS UICCF'"" - - " . .. a, fendanta be and appear in uie sa.u ?vnnlirl I the office or tne tiera 01 u v... Synodical County, Florida on or bofor. ........ .,, .ii.natinna nf the said BlU-OI-tom- Executive pUlnt wUl be taken as confessed against the saia aeienoaniB. , . , It further appearing oy saiu 4i'. the heirs of A. 8. HAYNES, aeceasea, o or claim some Interest In the followuig de scribed property: quarter, section 18, township south, range 24, containing 58 acres, more or less, In ioik ..n, and that the names and residences or an parties ciammi under A. 8. HAYNDS, deceased, as heirs or otherwise, are unknown to the complainant Thereunon it is ordered tnat an paruei flslmlnir an Interest under A. S. MAi-r.a deceased, as heirs or otherwise, be and appear In the said cause at the office or me uier i the Circuit Court at Bartow, rolk l oumy, L'i,.riH.. mi rr hfnr the 5th day of July, 1290; otherwise, the allegations of the said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against all parties claiming an Interest under A. 8. HAYNES, deceased, as neirs or ouier wise. t It ia further urdered that this oruer De pun Ushed once a week for eight consecutive weeks as to the following named derenaanis HAYNES NEWMAN, BEULAH NEWMAN. LILLIAN NEWMAN, HARDING NEWMAN, Ll'THER NEWMAN, PRICE HAYNES, KBH4 HAYNES AND ADDIE LEE HAYNES, residu ary legatees and devisees of J. W. HAxneb, deceased, prior to the 7th day of June, A. D. 1920; and once a week for twelve consecutive weeks as to all parties claiming an interest under A. S. HAYNES. deceased, as heirs or otherwise, prior to the 5th day of July, 1920, in the Lakeland Evening Telegram, a news paper of general circulation, published In I'olk county, Florida. HUMS AMD uitur,Kbu m is Mm aay ir. March, A. D. 1920. i. A. JOHNSON (Seal) Clerk of the Circuit Court, I'olk County, Florida Oxfords For Men That Will Assure Foot Comfort You cannot be too careful in the selection of your shoes. You can wear a misfiting suit or shirt without bodily pain, but an ill-fittng shoe is a con stant reminder on account of its discomfort. Bring your feet to pur shoe department for your next pair of shoes. You'll be fitted by a shoe man that thoroughly understands your feet. An assortment of leathers, styles, widths, and lengths to meet your personal needs. Do not accept a misfit. Come here and get com fort. HANAN and JUST WRIGHT SHOES FOR MEN WANTED Men orange grove. Orange street. to work Inquire steady on 610 East 978 Lakelands Best Clothes Shop LAKELAND, FLORIDA FOR RENT 2 bedrooms and kitchen ette. Phone 477. 610 East Orange street. 979 FOR RENT Unfurnished 7-room, modern cottage, close In. Fosses' sion April 16th. ''X, ' care Evening Telegram. 993 like the Irishman's pig: "She's little to to Others." Miss Carrie Lee but she's ould.' A 'growth of 698 in ten years is pretty slow for a Florida city. The Evening Telegram will an nounce Lakeland's population at an early date the same day that the count is completed. Perhaps it will disappoint those who have their ex pectations pitched high, but it un doubtedly will show a very large per centage of growth. We presume the courts can do no wrong, but the acquittal of that gang of wiretappers over at Clearwater seems to us exactly what the State's Attorney over there declares it to be a "most outrageous miscarriage of justice." The evidence of the guilt of this gang seems conclusive, yet the jury declared them "not guilty." It has often been said that no human in telligence can foretell whom a wom an will marry or what a jury will de cide and this Clearwater jury is bearing out Its part of this contention. Campbell Minutes. Narrative reports of Local Aux iliariea. Report of Secretary of Young Peo ple Work and Sunday School Ex tension. Mrs. R. C. Maxwell, San ford. "Young People's Work in Our State," Mrs. Robert. McCaskill, DeFuniak Springs. ''Demonstrations of Missions in the Sunday School," Miss Carrie Lee Campbell. Echoes from "DeLand School of Missions," Mrs. L. C' Ingram. Echoes from "St. Petersburg Con ference,'' Mrs. George Cooper. Friday, 2:00 P. M. Music. Bible Hour ''Opening the Scrip tures to Others," Miss Carrie Lee Campbell . Reports of Committees: Finance. FOR SALE Bed. mattress, springs rocker and small matting rug Only used two months. 207 West Magnolia Ave. 991 WANTED Perfectly good refrigera tor. Seventy-five to a hundred- pound capacity. Box 62, Route A. 994 Probably the only church in the world where Easter eggs are regu larly given away to the worshippers i? St. Mary Woolnoth in London. The ceremony has been observed ai this church for nearly seven hundred years. For a long time the eggs were provided in accordance with the terms of a legacy left by a certain John Spence, but this legacy has lapsed long Blnce, and the eggs have been supplied by the generosity of succes sive rectors. Every egg given away bears the words of the test from which the rector preaches on Easter Sun day. Many members of the congre gation have preserved their eggs for many years, and possess a long rec ord of the church's Easter texts. Cull and Drop GRAPEFRUIT In Good Condition Wanted at Once ai COLLINS CANNING CO. STOLEN Monday morning be tween 8:30 and 12 o'clock, my King bicycle, which was left standing in the street at the side of the State Bank. $5 reward. If found return to Lloyd Black, 608 Sella Ave. 76 STOLEN Raincoat, overalls and re volver, picked up Sunday night at the fire, corner Main street and Missouri avenue. Return to W. V. Ellis, Lakeland Maanufacturlng Company. 977 April brides, according to an old belief, are of mercurial temperament and make good mothers, but trying wives. CARRIE A. McGEOCn T0CAL TEACHER Director First Baptist Church Choir Studio 306 North Kentucky Phone 417 Qnra Bnancing 1he MenWho Ar I Behind the Nations Business- WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF COMMERCIAL BANKING AND INVITE ACCOUNTS AND OFFER AS LIBERAL CREDIT BASIS AS ARE WARRANT- ED BY SAFE AND CONSERVATIVE BANKING METHODS. ; First National Bank LAKELAND, FLORIDA 51 Warm weather means cold drinks. Next time try Klim-Shake. Make it at home or ask for it at soda foun tains. MRS- J. F. HOUGHTON. 293 Bine S01 S. Iowa Avenue , SPECIAL SPECIAL SHEETING 76 INCHES WDE TO GO AT 75c Per Yard AT Auction Sale Of Fort Meade Residence Lots Friday, April 2nd, 1 920 FORTY-EIGHT SPLENDID, HIGH-CLASS RESIDENCE LOTS, LO CATED IN THE HEART OF FORT MEADE, WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION TO THE HIGH DOLLAR. THE SALE WILL BE MADE ON THE PROP ERTY. THE TRACT OF LAND FROM WHICH THESE LOTS WERE SUBDI V1DED CONSISTS OF SIX ACRES AND IS KNOWN AS THE J. M. SMITH PROPERTY, LOCATED IN THE HEART OF FORT MEADE, AND JOINS THE SCHOOL LOT ON THE SOUTHEAST. THIS IS NOT SUBURBAN PROPERTY, BUT IS SITUATED IN THE MIDST OF THE BEST RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT OF FORT MEADE, WITH HIGH CLASS RESIDENCES AND BUNGALOWS ON EVERY SIDE. THE ABOVE PROPERTY WAS RECENTLY PURCHASED BY GEO. M. HEATH, WHO HAS SOLD IT TO US FOR SALE. THE PROPERTY IS OUT OF MR. HEATH'S HANDS, AND WILL POSITIVELY BE SOLD AT fSI5no BIDDER' W,T"0lJT RESE?VATI0N 0N THE Terms one third cash, balance in one, two OR THREE YEARS, WITH INTEREST AT 8 PER CENT. CASH PRIZES AND OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY DURING THE SALE m rma WILL Kb uivtm Matheny Brothers Consignees and Engineers ii