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n u v T - i i ii rnniiii 'UMbntMMR UHANE I THE EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA-, TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1920 PAGE FTOf , LAKELAND 9 LACONICS 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 - a n 0 0 0 Q vf,s vm. Steitz has returned from TFACHFRft TO MKT GETS MONEY FOR CASTOR IN BARTOW FRIDAY BEAN GROWERS NO SCHOOL THAT DAY visit with Dr. and Mrs. W- 5 jtloon at Crystal River. (Special Telegram.) Washington, The Annual Conference of Polk April 20.Coneress-1 County Teachers and Trnotooa arill ha tran Drane has been advised today by held at the school auditorium, In Bar- j. ivenancK, chairman , on April 23rd. The following is The Bonacker home, corner Lemon lm. se''vice clairas bo. that the program: J and Kentucky avenue, is now 8 " he 1 "? l 10:00 A- M f 1 Lds of the painters, and its f the .Castor bean powers who Opening Exercises. vuc, Manila wun u. l. Hamner. rnme contractor in the hands tppearance has already been greatly enhanced. Song -America (Music in charee of Fifty-five checks Miss HnnVlnai will be mailed during the dav and th I Tm,,,.! ' r r. , remaining checks included in Mr. the Methodist church. The funeral services over the re- Hammers claim will be mailed in the Address of Welcome-Hon. E L mains of Mrs. J. F. Keeler will be I,ear future. Congressman Drane has 'Mack. conducted at the Gentry Undertaking active for weeks endeavoring to' Response-C. E. Kensihger, Prln- parlors tomorrow morning at 10:30 have claims ot castor bean growers 'cipal Winter Haven school. o'clock. The service will be conduct- Promptly settled. Colonel Kendrick ' Vocal Solo. ed by Rev. Bell. The body will be 8ald undoubtedly the claims filed with I ,100 A M dipped to Miomi for interment. T-Jim ot TPa will be settled ShaU the nin'e mont'h; tem of the J. C. McLndon, and young MFPHANIf AI MAM Tn r ij m i """"vm, l.inn iv BE HERE TOMORROW such schools-To be discussed by the Mr ion. J., fi-. Jtx, arrived. his morning from Savannah. Ga., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turner, and to be with her grand father, Rev. J. A. Chapman, who is seriously ill. i Senior High schools be continued for the entire term (as at present) or for only the High school deDartmenr or High school principals. Vocational Work In the School Dr. A. Dalsheimer, of Tampa, state manager for the Gee Go Wonder Soap 'H- W. Cox. Gainesville. Company, of Atlanta, is in the city! 12:30 to 1:30 P. M. today making arrangements to intro- Adjournment for lunch. ; duce the Gee Go soap, which Is on ' Afternoon Session Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hagemeysr of sale in the drug and grocery store? ' Standardizing the Rural School Norwood, Ohio, former residents and of the town. Mr. Dalsheimer Is ac- Hon. R. L. Turner, State Rural property owners in Lakeland, are companied by a number of assistants School Inspector, spending a few days in' Lakeland see- who are making a canvas of the city, Music Summerlin High School Or ing friends and renewing old . ac- and giving home demonstrations. A chestra, Miss Ida Thomason, leader, ouaintances after the winter spent in large advertisement, setting forth the How I Make My School Attractive NEALITORNER TRIAL ' GETS UNDER WAY Dade City (Special to the Tele gram), April 20. The Neal Turner trial opened In earnest today, tho State beginning the examination of witnesses. The examination will probably con tinue through tomorrow., the argu ments beginning Thursday. The ver dict is not expected before the latte. part of the week, as the case will probably be. a long drawn out affair. St. Petersburg. Rev. H. H. Newman, Rev. C. I. Stacy, and Elder C. L. Willoughby, of Lakeland, and Rev. A. A. Craig and Elder W. S. Preston, of Bartow, left in Dr. Stacy's car today for San ford to attend the semi-annual meet ing of St. Johns Presbytery, which convenes there tonignt. merits of the i.roduct, will appear in Wednesday's Telegram. On Wednesday afternoon a me chanical man will appear at Henley's Drug Store and will entertain the people from 2 o'clock to 4:30. Mr. Dalsheimer Is offering a reward of $25 to any one who can mato' him blink an eye. Mr. V. M. Houseley and family, who have been in Lakeland since De cember, at which time they purchased tfce Toph home over-looking Lake Wire, left today for their home in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. They are de ligthed with Lakeland and will return in August to live here permanently. Mr. T. E. Grubb has returned from a brief business trip to Chicago. He declares he never realized what a de lightful country Lakeland was until he returned north, to find snow, ice and no signs of vegetation, and he was glad indeed to know his stay was brief and that he had a delightful Southern home In Lakeland to return to, where the climate Is always "just right." oooocfooooooooooj 0 IN SOCIETY lloimcker-Faruer The marriage of Mr. John H. Bon acker and Mrs. Minnie Farber was solemnized on Saturday, April 17, at the residence of Mrs. I. O. Price, Rev. C. E. Pattillo. rector of St. An drew's Episcopal church, officiating. The weddlns was a very quiet af- j port, fair, only relatives and a few close lunch Miss Gertrude McArthur, Principal of the Brewster School. : Duties of School Trustees F. H Southwick, Trustee, Auburndale. 1 The Need of Better Co-operation Between Teachers and Trustees With the Home Demonstration Agent Misn Lois Godbey. ! The Advantage of Teachers' Train ing Work Miss Eulah Jordan. Enforcing the Compulsory School Law W. T. Hurst- County Attend ance Officer. Question Bo. Adjournment, All teachers and trustees are urged to be present and take part in the discussions. All schools shall close this day and teachers who attend this meeting may count the day as taught when making cut their monthly re- The Woman's Club will serve In or near the building. OVERALL CLUB ORGANIZED IN LAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL An Overall Cl'ub, or more properly, ar, Economy Club, has been organized in Lakeland among the boys of the High School by Professor Jones. The members all agree to harmon ize in their clothing; that is, they agree not to wear a $10 00 silk shirt alone with a pair of overalls, or a 75c collar, $2.50 tie or any other high priced clothing. They also agree to wear what old clothes they may possess, and citizens will not look askance, it Is hoped, if they see a young man of ''means" go ing down the street clad In overalls, and old clothes. The club has plenty of encourage ment In the school and it Is hoped will bring the prices of young men's clothing down in Lakeland at least. REPORTER. friends being present. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Bonacker left in their car tor a wed ding tour of two weeks, after which they will return to make their home in this city. Tampa Tribune. Mr. Bonacker has numerous friends in Lakeland who will be interested in the above announcement. IP ? ? ? ? ? 5 ? Y ? T v X Y T ? J ? ? ? NEW CASINO TODAY IJILLIE BURKE in the MISLEADING WIDOW" ALSO CHAS. MURRAY in "HER FAME AND SHAME" Committee: Gen. E. M. Law, Prof. A. B. Connor, and Supt. J. A. Mobre. NOTE Prof. Hlxson, president of the State Antl'tuberculosls Associa tion will exhibit motion pictures "Modern Health Crusade,'' at tha Health Crusade." at the Auditorium at 8:00 p. m. AMERICAN LEGION MEETING TONIGHT The local post of the American Legion will hold a regular session to night at the City Hall. All members of the post and visiting members of other posts are Invited to be present. A. E. CARVER, Adjutant. NOTICE OF TEA CII-ERS' EXAMINATION Notice is hereby given that the State Examining Board will convene in Lakeland on Tuesday. April 27th rnd Wednesday, April 28th, for tin examination of teachers. AlHeachers whose certificates, Jiave expired or whom may des;rea higher grade or certificate, should avail themselves of; this opportunity. For any further Information, kind ly address Prof. C. M. Jones, Lake land. JOHN A. MOORE. Supt. DAMAGE OF THE FREE RANGE urn Editor of the Evening Telegram: Here is an Item that I would like to have every man in this county that Is opposed to the no-fence law read. It should certainly open their eyes to the great damage the ''free' range, as it is today, cauees the men who are raising crops and groves: ''A young man named Chllders, at Fort Meade, bought five acres, which ho cleared and fenced with three strands of barbed wire to keep the cattle out, and set to grove. The grove grew nicely, and he, was proud of it. One day he went out to see it and the trees were gone. A neighbor bad bought a half dozen goats and turned them on the "free' range You men, who oppose the no-fence law, how would you have felt if this had been your grove? j THOS. J. BRYANT. "HANDY ANDY" IS QUITE A SHAVER When it comes to knowing the best kind of Shaving Tools to use, consult our "Handy Andy" and he will tell yot how to get the cleanest shave with less "pull" and more pleasure than you ever thought was possible. We will give you absolutely free a good King Safety Razor if you buy a package of eight blades. The blades will cost you fifty cents. Warner Hardware Company-- "Most Everything in Hardware." MAKE WARNER'S CORNER YOUR CORNER EMBARGO STILL FURTHER LIFTED ON PERISHABLES' Further lifting of the embargo on both the Seaboard and Atlantic Coast Line railroads as regards perishables tend to greatly relieve the worries o! the truck and fruit shippers of South Florida. j Yesterday morning W. A. Fulwil er, general agent of the Seaboard, re ceived a message authorizing the ac: A PROPERLY FITTED SHOE is absolutely essential not alone to comfort of the foot but also to that of the whole body. Our new shoes for men are bunt on specially de sign lasts and we have such a complete range of sizes and widths that we surely can fit your feet to perfection. You win like their feel, their looks and last but not least,: their reasonable price. Bion F. Reynolds Shoes and Oxfords, none better, . in all leathers $12.50 to $15.00 Lewis Crossett Shoes and Oxfords always easy on the feet, special prices $10.00 to $13.50 Melton-Ott Special Makes, in all leathers $8.00 to $10.00 WE CARRY ONLY ALL LEATHER IN BEST GRADE SHOES Melton-Ott Clothing Company via Northern Central division, Penn-' which it was feared was to be suffered sylvanla railroad, and for" all points, b the growers, although, of courm . , . j mu . v the loss already experienced is wa in New England. The message further , , v, siderable. stated that all the perishables held at ( The 8trawberry Bea8on around fl Richmond and destined for Newark, Lawtey and(Starke sections is Just nam Boston. Buffalo and other northern at its heights and the growers at the points, which were hitherto closed- points will welcome the nws ot ti had been accepted, leaving on the 1 relaxation of the embargo, as n7 a eypik'Ii rhrmtRt once collected er. general apem oi me oeauuaru, re- .ocuvumu hcd uui unco vio at sieai jvdo muoi. iuv.w. i I . - ' ... - . . iiii 1 ! enough iron from human blood to ceived a message authorizing the ac: west jacKsonvme ana two at Ham- fcuitea naa me conditions ueu wmm- j mi, fin..r rinr. uhlfh h wore nq ' rpntance of shlnments of DerlsnaDies iei. i nese moaincauons oi me emoar taineu ior a iew more uay. t a talisman. 1 " destined to points wert of Baltimore, go will tend to greatly reduce the loss Tribune. ii BILLIE BURXE VThe Misleading Vjdov. TOMORROW The Rollicking Romance X of a Virtious Vamp Don't 2 Act Comedy ADMISSION 10c and 25c Miss it. Madge Kennedy sells face cream. Her Slogan, "New Faces for Old". i I . MADGE KENNEDY THE BLOOMING ANCEL , Wallace Irwin Victor Scherumger ADDED ATTRACTION GALE HENRY IN -HAM AN-" n:u 10 Cents: Adults 25 tents ADmlMiuri: -cllulcu' SPECIALS 5 ( . 4 II ! I ! ' II Ladies Black Kid Oxford with Cuban or Military heels at $7.65 Same in Brown Kid $7.85 OXFORDS WITH MEDIUM TOE AND LOW HEELS FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN Sizes 2 1-2 to7 Dull Calf at $6.00 Black Kid or Patent.... $6.85 Dark Russia Calf $8.65 JUST RECEIVED LARGE SHIPMENTS OF OXFORDS WHICH WERE ORDERED BEFORE THE LAST BIG ADVANCES. OUR CUSTOMERS ARE GIVEN THE BENEFIT OF THE SAVING IN COST. THE DEPENDABLE WEARING QUALITY IN EVERY PAIR GIVES EXTRA SERVICE THAT WILL FURTHER RE DUCE YOUR SHOE BILL. The Straw Shoe Store 4 THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR SHOES AND HOSIERY v f 5 r S - if I I ?'!' !' 5 .' i, i . ;l ;