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EVENING TELEGRAM Published every afternoon (except Sunday) from the Telegram Bufldlnc, Lakeland, Fla. Entered in the post office at Lakeland, Fla., as mall nat ter of the second class. M. F. Hetherlngton Editor W. M. Hetherlngton, Business Manager One Tear 16.00 Six Months 100 Three Months 1.60 THE LAKELAND NETS A weekly newspaper glTing a resume of local matters, crop conditions, county affairs, etc, is published from :ie Telegram office and sent any where In the United States for 11.60 per year. O MEMBER OP THC ASSOCIATED MEM Q 8 Th AnocUud Prt is uclwlralf untied to lit dm for republic tkn of all newt dlspetcbee credited to It or sot othcrwiM credited la thli HH sai alto the. local aowt published Mwrrta. All rlsoU of republication of eyed, diipatcbct hereto art alao iwanol Right In the middle of summer, end not a bit of let-up in business ac tivity, according to reports from all lines . o "Negligence of duty" on' the pari of an official apparently means fail ure to introduce the governor when he comes around "campaigning for an other office. The Arcadia News is a little mixed cn historical personages- It refers tJ Demosthenes as searching with a lan tern for an honest man, when it was Diogenes who did that stunt. Demos thenes was the guy who used to go round with stcnes in his mouth and bellow at the ocean, in the hope thai he might beat Billie Bryan for the Boy Orator championship. We read a story of some one grow ing cherries in Pinellas county. We don't doubt Florida's ability to pro duce anything, but cherry tree stories hhve always sounded a bit fishy to uk. if you know what we mean. Per haps those were Surinam cherries, which are not cherries at all except Ip name, just as the avocado pear has little resemblance to i pear. o Miss Helen Hunt, of Florida, is to be one of a deputation that will caU on Presidential Candidate Cox to urge him to aid in securing the rat ification of the Federal suffrage amendment. Now, if the Governor doesn't tell the delegation that If they want suffrage they can go to Helen Hunt for it, we'll admire his forbear ance in passing up an old and popular joke. o It seems that this young gent, E. P. Martin, over in Hillsborough, is not such a bud hand at working things around. Several months ago he was appointed Probation Officer by Gov. Catts, but the Commissioners declined to pay his salary, because the appointment had been made con trary to their wishes and despite their recommendation of another party. An agreement was effected whereby in consideration of Martin's resigning the Commissioners paid htm his back salary; and almost Immediately fol lowing bis resignation, he is appoint ed to another and better office, that of County Solicitor, vice R. E. L. Chancey, removed, or Cattstoed. No the Martin isn't such a slow bird. CAMP SEYTS (Edited by ra pa Piimphandie.) To give yoj an idea of what we do each day, we again are printing cur daily program: 6 a. m. Develie; that means no r.ore' sleep until the next time. 6:10 a. m. Swim for 10 minutes. 7 a. . Breakfast (plenty of it. too, believe me). ? to 9 a. ir.. Clean up grounds, tents, etc. 9 a. m. Inspection. 9 to 11 a. m. Games or scout ork. 11 a. m. to 12 noon Swim, one hour. 12:30 noon Dinner as good as eny ever served in New York. 1 to 4 p. m. Scout work; exami r.stlons; signal practice; first aid. 4 to 5 p. m. Swim. 6 p. .m. Supper (plenty of pies, too). 7 to 9 p. m. Scout games. 9 p.' m. Tattoo and prayer by en tire camp. 9:30 p. m. Taps; lights out. But behind- Papa Pumphandle roars. The bugler around this place is sure an unnecessary evil. The bugler clias Oscar Byrd was the only bird asleep In camp this morning at 5 a. m. Fortunla Lohr is trying to break the long distance eating record of three hours and thirty-three minutes. As this goes to the press he has made two hours and seven minutes and, al though slightly winded, is still going strong and expects to make a fast finish. Well, as one of Papa's children s crying, I will have to leave. PAPA PUMPHANDLE, R. N. EVENING TELEGRAM. t,AK;iPMND. FLA-, THURSDAYjrcggJjj ! NOTICE OF PROPJOSEO CHARTER 1 I I II TROOP 1 Attention, Scouts of Troop One! Cur regular weekly meeting occurs tomorrow night at 7 o'clock. We hav j three classes of regular members- members in good standing, delinquent members and suspended members Members with nothing against them are in good standing. Members with dues unpaid are delinquent, members loth absent and delinquent are self- suspended until dues are paid. Let very Scout be present tomorow night a: our business meeting, at which time we have seme important matters to discuss and vote on. L. E.AMIDON, Scoutmaster. TROOP S The most important meeting in the history of the troop. It is very im portant that everyone of you be at this meeting. Kangaroo Court. Ex aminations and initiations. Be prepared. T. W. Tompkins, ' Scout Master. NOTICE, Royal Arch Masons Regular convocation tonight, Lakeland Chapter No. 29, R. A. M.. at Masonic Hall, 8 o'clock A large attendance Is desired. Work in the P. M. and M. E. M. degrees. All Royal Arch Masons are requested to be present. F. SANFORD, H. P. CABBIE A. McGEOCH . YOCAL TEACHER Director First Baptist Church Choi' Studio m Ifsrth Yentucky Pheae 417 Greei Buy Liberty Bonds This was the slogan during the war and you have not heard so much of it since, not because the Bonds are not a good pur chase, but because the quota was taken, the was was financed, and the patriotic citizens who put the big subscription over went about their business, determined to make it go while the going was good. But the Bonds are a good buy just the same, in fact, a' bargain. Not that they have any less real value, but because ther eare so many investments on the market that all securities are relatively low in price and Government Bonds unprece dently low. i ) Did you know that you can buy them to yield 5 1-2 to 6 per cent? NOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN that the un- ; rUgned will on the 2nd of August, 1920, ap M to the Honorable Sidney J. Catts, Governor ! .1 the stale of Floridaat Tallnhasee, Nor , ' A. ' for letters Potent upon the following piopd charter: . H. E. PBITCHETT. W. H. CHANDLER, JR. ! M. H. DOBSETT. PROPOSED CHARTER j ARTICLE I The name of thia corporation i thill ha Tint Pm v mrntiTV vir'iriii w va ' w. . nviutiw j COMPANY, and it principal place of busl- uu uv in uic nij oi riaaeiaxio, i'oi County, Florida, and at euch other place or ABT1CLK IL Tha mnai-il nature nf trta I Duunesa to be conducted by this corporation aoau do Buying and selling citrus fruits and icgeuiDies, or omer rruiis; packing ana snip- Dinff ' eltnia t nilta anal Ath 'mlta .ml . tables; buying and selling all manner of crops and produce and packing tho same, and also acti!! aa COmmiAlInn numilltnl. anil . ..Ml i m oa general commission business with fruits, reuuucv, TegnaDies or otner crops ana pace ing and. shipping same; acting as brokers for fruit and nrnHnpa tkiivln ana Minna, m r , " "mm. muia v. iy eratlng orange grores, farms, or real eataU in urrm, or acung aa agents wun reference to real estate with power to bold, lease and own real estate, farms and grores, and In general to do all kinds of business necessary ur uiuiKuiu w wmmiaaion nusuiesi, real as ute ' business?' or packing and shipping bust neea - elan ta anarata an n.nnln. Ku ' r wamuwa a, MV terrlnff hualneaa anil alan anw hmbiua in cioenuu 10 me pacaong Dutiness ; ana also the manufacturing of crates and crating material, knvu awtjl tuw ... a -a. la I and nrenaratlnna fnp thm a r - - - www faiaia, UMIU.U vr pacawg ana preserruig inaustry, and also to have and maintain any necessary laboratory tor the ealninc of Infarmatlnn mMt al.aa to products and by-products of fruit and pro- hugv, auu uaioB alien iwonliawOll lOr Uo pur- DDH0 oi maniiTaaninna nriwiniara . ai.n ih. Ing, handling, buying and selling of fertiliser or fertilizer products, or the manufacturing of iBiuiizfjr ur isiaiiizer products. ABICLE in. The amount of the capital atocc autnonzea is to be thirty thousand dol lata (1U IMMI. Tha anaiW .1... i. which It la tn ha rllrldarl la Sftft ah.paw, aaf - par value of one hundred doUari (tlN.OO) a hare, and the shares are to be paid fot.eMker in casn or wim property taken at a fair valu ation to be approved by the stockholders at tha uiaa aujcaaoiaeiT nteotulg. ARTICLE IV. The term for which said cor -oration la tn axlirl la tn ha aa ARTICLE V. The officers to conduct tha said business are to be a Board, of Directors, a Pr-Afttdant. Vina PraalHant fiiaaalaaa ..a Treasurer, but the Secretary and Treaauror ira uuv aauiv yajrauu, in Doara Of ul rectora are to ba elected at tha r) atm.h. hoWera' Beeonf to Be awd opon taw granting mmiA TaMaM D... ...a ... hi . .. dmu wvwi m j mm, aim ill IJIirvVOTV Will then at a mAatlnflr m ha haM immai.i.i. v.. after appoint the officers. The officers wM sre to conduct this business until the first meeting of stock holders and directors shall db a suaru m uirceiora, a DO E. B. STUART, H. E PRITCHETT, R. W. BURCH, CHARLIE W. JACOBS, W. H. CHANDLER, JB., E. B. STUART will set ss president until me nrsi election or omcers. W. H. CHAND LER, JR., vice president, and M. H. DOBSETT aa BTjuiajvni j nnu ireasurer. v ATTICLE Vl.-lho hlirhMl miuiiil J h. debtedneaa or llahllltv tn whlrh ,ha mnuHHa. can at any time subject Itself is an amount antial in Ita lannltnl atnk ARTICLE VII. The names and residence oi uiese sunscnoers are as roiiows: E. B. STUART, Atlanta, Georgfa SO shares H. B. PRITCHETT. Lakeland, Florida 51 sharen B. W. BURCH, I'lmt City, Florldai0 shsree Plorldi 50 share. W. H. CHANDLER. JH Lakeland Tlorlda SOahares m. h. uuHHKTT, Lakeland, Florida.. 50 sharsi IN WITNESS WHKRICOF tha aald lnnnrn... tnra hava harannln aat thali h.nfl. ,aii aaaia w.w.a Mauwa u a avaia mis -sin aay or May, a. d. mo. It. B. dTUABT. (SEAL) CHA8. W. JACOBS (SEAL) R. W. BURCH (SEAL) H. E. PRITCHETT (SEAL) W. H. CHANDLER, JR. (SEAL) M H nOIISPTT 191111 STATE OF fiEORf.1, COUNTY OF FULTON. I, a Notary Public, In and for said county, do hereby certify that E. B Stuart appear! befora ma and wh.l la narannall knimi Ia m.u and acknowledged that be signed and executed uio iurc(uni propowa cnaner I or ine uses end purposes and objects therein set forth. filvan unda mi hand and nntartal aaal hla tnd dsy of June, A. D. 19X1. BESSIE ISBELL, N. P. (NOTARIAL SEAL) STATE OF FLORIDA. OOOVTT OF POLK. I a NoUry Public, tn and tot Nk eoutr, do bereDy certify that B. W. BnreB, H. I. Prttchett. W H. rhanrilar If and VI tr rtna. sett appeared before me and who are personally tuuwn to nia ana acaiiowieagea inai tnej iBTiad and avalltad tha fn.lan(na . . w...w.w waw aw. vau flVnnw charter for the uses, purposes and objects therein set forth. Given under my hand and notarial seal thli Z8th day of May, A. D.1920. MINNIE HcCOBD, NoUry Public SUte of Florida. My commlMlon expires October 8, 1921. (NOTARIAL REAL) ' STATE OF DELAWARE. COUNTY OF SUSSEX. I, Notary Public, tn and for Sussex conn- .v da harahv rartlf that r w iirnna ap peared before me and who is personally known to me to be the person who acknowledged that he signed and executed the foregoing proposed charter for the uses and purposes and object t et forth. Given under my band and notarial seal this 22nd day of June. A. D. 1920. (NOTARIAL SEAL) C S. HAVBLIN, H'f Notary Public. SAFETY FIRST Announcement Itaneock Bros , of Palatka. Fla Take on Maxotlrfs In Hlllsborongh andPolk Conntles Mr. J. W. Hancock, dealer for Hillsborough end Polk county, is stopping at the Kibler in which he expects to open a branch office here. Mr. Geo. A. Biack, state representa tive, is with Mr. Hancock for a tev days. Maxotlres resemble a huge snoe entirely encircling the tube a!! the way round. It is patented tiro nade of the toughest fabric and rub ber with a steel rim. They can be placed on a tire that has been entirely discarded, as being unfit tor use or repair and will guarantee a- mlleag of several hundred miles, or until the Maxotire itself is worn . through. This device placed in new tires Is guaranteed to give double the mile age and has become so popular in the porth that although the factory has been established more than a year, it Is Just now the Florida territory has been takm in. Black Bros., of Jacksonville, have contracted for the entire state of Flovrda, and Cuba. Wisconsin shows eighteen car load.1 sold In fourteen months. There's a reason why. Maxotlres are a poor man's product and yet the wealthy are taking them oa. They are sold on their merit. Ifyou are interested in a product to sav dollars and cents These Specially Priced Summer Suits are Going at High Speed Many wise buyers of clothes have spent their dollars to good advantage Airing the last few days. If some of the suits offered in this sale could talk, they'd ly resent the prices at which they are being soia sure, You who have not made good your opportunity should come in. He assort ment still presents many features in bargain prices. READ THIS LIST Sale Price $12.75, former prices up to $20.00 Sale price $19.75, former prices up to $25.00 Sale price $24.75, former prices up to $32.50 Sale price $29.75, former prices up to $40.00 Sale price $36.75, former prices up to $45.00 Sale price $44.75, former prices up to $57.50 Palm Beach, Mohair, Tropical Worsteds and other fine wool Fabrics. SOCIE TY BRAND, SCHL0SS BROS., and FITFORM are the makers none better made. Lakelands Best Clothes Shop LAKELAND, FLORIDA see Mr. Black this week about some of the territory that is still open. Mr. Hancock win take your order for immediate delivery for any car, any size, from $5.60 to $15.60 each. 1762 Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti septic; It kills the poison caused from Infected cuts, enres old sores, tetter. etc. 1619 Take a Victrola With You It will furnish you the world's best music where you are or wher ever you go. And such variety! Gems of opera, selections or most famous bands and orchestras, heart songs, ragtime, dance music, latest vaudeville hits anything you want to hear anywhere anytime. JULY RECORDS ARE HERE New Red Seal Records, sung by Caruso, Galli Cur- ci, Edward Johnson, Mc- Cormack, Zanelli, Harry Louden. Also dance music and latest popular song hits. BOOK STORE PHONE 260 NflTIf F PERFECT PIANO CARE HVULL PERFECT PIANO TUNING Guarateed Satisfactory to the Mosf Particular ALBERT SCHAWBER, Piano Expert Address Box 495, Lakeland, Fla. Here Twelve Months of the Year Residence Hancock Street A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE SEE ME BEFORE HAVING YOUR ELECTRICAL WORK MCRAE ELECTRIC SHOP AGENT FOR EDISON MAZDA LAMPS To Call Your Attention to the fact that only a few day ' in wnicn you will w tune advantage of our 20 Reduction on all suits and extra trousers don't Our be one to regret the loss of opportunity to save money a suit. 0 OH aT 4 4.- a"V . afOa, &'