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METHODISTS OF DIXIELAND ARE READY TO BUILD Preliminary work will begin at once on tile Dixieland Methodist clluicH grounds preparatory to tile erection of the new etiureli. A num ber of trees are to be cut down and turned into wood, the present build f ings are to be removed to make place for the new structure, and then the excavation will lie made for the new church. The decision to begin on a definite program of work was reached at a meeting of the building committee held at tits church last night. All members of the committee were in attendance and they are optimistic in regard to the proposed new church that will be an ornament to that part of the city. . The building committee is compos ed of T. K. Kobertson, chairman; D. S. Snyder, secretary; W. E. Bog er, treasurer; It. C. Elliott, G. H. Dickerson, A. hi. Davis and the pas tor, Dr. G. W. Rosenberg. Sunday was a great day for the Dixieland church, as reported by of ficers of the church. During the day Z'i members were received into the membership, some by baptism and vows and some by letter. The pres ent membership has practically trebl ed in the past twelve months. The Sunday school reached high water mark Sunday, establishing lor itself anew record. There were ID' present. A line musical prog ram was rendered at both the morn ing and evening services. The evening sermon was delivered by Dr. E. J. Gates, presiding elder, who held the second Quarterly con ference. Reports were most gratify ing, showing every department of the church going forward in a very satisfactory manner. Delegates were elected to the dis trict conference to be held at First church, May 4-5, as follows: Mrs. Minnie B. Hartshorn, G. G. Arendell, G. 11. Dickerson, Mrs. Guy Arendell, Alternates, Mrs. G. \V. Rosenberry and Mrs. G. H. Dickerson. What Does Your Battery Cost You Per Month? TF you have a Philco Retainer Bat- FpjiE Retainer is patented and is tery, the answer is: Not more than found only in the Philadelphia Dia one twenty-fourth of its original price— mond Grid Battery. It adds at least because the Philadelphia Diamond Grid six months to the life of the battery. Battery with the Philco Retainer is j t ; s a thin sheet of slotted hard rub- Guarantecd for Two Years ber placed on each side of each posi r, tive plate. The almost I innumerable slots allow PmAßSkPeiyi r r d [MI® Kj 15) particle of active material fr=J rsj n |q\ tries to drop out of place ZZZHirU and stop working, it finds that Hie slots of the Re- L_ , *- . L taincr are too narrow to permit passage. It must 1 Tiifi r COR JJ ATT SkX *— l keep on the job. STANDARD TIRE AND BATTERY CO. LAKELAND. FLORIDA A Real Money Saver 1 For Golden Rule Sale Tomorrow * 36-in. longcloth, soft finish, fine 1 £C count, a yard *** 36-in. soft finish muslin, free from 1 EC starch, a yard *** Carter’s white back blue denim (I*l OC best quality overalls Pl*iW The Clonts Store COMMISSION MANAGER PLAN CIVIC GOVERNMENT A GOOD THING FOR PUNTA GOKDA I’untn Gordu, April IS. —A careful tabulation ot the cost of labor and tile test of the city administration tin Die corresponding six months under me eounc inuauic form of government and the commission-manager form made by City Cleik Robinson, shows that the ccsi under the com mission manager government was $1,171.43 j loss tnan under the councmmuiic ' form. l lie commission-manager govern-' ' incut took charge of me town's af fairs in August oi llkll and the state- i ! ment is tor August, September, Uct ober November, December, 1922, and January 19-2, and the corresponding! six months of 1920 and 1921 when the city was under Hie councilmuuic ioini sot government. Following is tabluated statement showing the total monthly cost under ; the commission-manager and the council adminstration. i Month Cotn.-Mgr. Council Aug $ 776.80 41.219.. VJ ! bept 759.47 714.88 : ; Oct 870.00 7*10.150 ' Nov 805.20 819.04 : Dec 727.80 1,095.00 Jail 795.20 1,000.87 i Totals $},G2.47 $5,740.90 Police receipts .. 358.00 205.00 $4,304.47 $5,475.90 WILL REBUILD DIXIE ROUTE IN ST. JOHNS AND FLAGLER St. Augustine. Aprii 18.--County Engineer James Kodenbough nas completed hts estimate of the cost of the repairing of the Dixie Highway ; through St. Johns county, known as road No. 4, and with a detailed dia gram of the physical condition of . the brick road, expects to send it to ; the state road department tonight. This work was requested by the state road department and it is said ■ that Mr. Ucdenbough has -gone Ur r oughly into the matter with a frank , i statement of facts concerning the • road and has furnished a just cstim | ate of the work and money necessary LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, APRIL tfl, T 922 to place the highway in good condi tion for the next thre or live years.' it is understood that the hard sur-j facing of berms where necessary and tile relaying of the brick in certain sections will be recommended. The entire matter will be before the board j engineers in time ter the meeting in ; Tailahassee on April 21, at which time St. Johns county will have sev eral representatives present, and no doubt the necessary repair work will bo authorised at that time. GOOD FOR THAT “FLU” COUGH j For (illicit relief from tile wearing coughs that "hang on’ after the! grippe or influenza, take Foley's lloney and Tar. Mrs. K. D. Drake,; Childs, fvid., writes: “After aa attack of the tiu that left me with a severe cough nothing seemed to relieve me till I tried Foiey’s Honey and 'f ar, which I can ] highly recommend.” It is also good J lor croup, whooping cough and colds.' It puts a soothing, healing coating ov-, er the intlanied surfaces, mts tlie [ phlegm, eases hoarseness, clears the air passages. For sale by Henley’s Drug Store. GOVERNMENT LOSES $100,300 IN FISHERMAN’S ISLAND FIRE Norfolk, Va„ April 17.—Twelve gov-I eminent buildings en Fisherman’s Is land in Chesapeake Bay, were de- J strayed by lire Sunday afternoon. Un-; official estimates say the loss may i reach SIOO,OOO. The weather bureau station, hospijnl and one other build-! ing escaped the flames. The blaze started about 2 o’clock, the Cape Henry observer having re ported it to local coast guard officials; ' here, v.ho inter received additional informeth n by telephone. Last niglu . the army mine planter, General S. Miles, bearing a detachment of sol diers under command of Captain F. W. Crist, was dispatched from Fort ress Monroe to light the flames but arrived too late to be of assistance. There were about 15 buildings on the island, used previous lo the war as a quarantine camp and later as an ob . servation station. THIS MAN WAS HELPED John Grab, 2539 Jackson rive.. New j Orleans, La., writes; “My kidneys ! were weak and had a soreness and i dull pain across my back. I felt dull and languid and iny kidneys didn't act right. 1 began taking Foley Kid ! ney Pills and they soon put my kid- I neys in a sound healthy condition.” Foley Kidney Pills heip tile kidneys rid the system of acids and waste that cause lameness, backache, sore 1 muscles, swollen joints and rheumatic pains. Tonic in effect, quick in ac tion. Henley's Drug Store. udv. STRICTLY A PARTY VOTE Washington, April 18.—By a vote of lt)3 to 67 the House adopted an • cmemlnieni by Representative Stev ! ells, of Ohio, providing that no part to! the fund appropriations for Isn j reau of Ordinance should be appli ed to proving up grounds at Dahhl gran, Va. The vote was almost along strictly I party lines. Fraternal Cards NOTICE TO MASONS. A special communication of Lake land Lodge No, 91. F. & A. M. will be held Tuesday night, April 18, at 7:8J) tor the purpose of conferring tile 13. A. degree. G FORGE J. TOLSON, W. M. _ N. 1. GOTTLIEB, Seccrctary.; Daily F'asiuea Hint JriLML m - $■ h • TAFFETA FOR YOUTHFUL FROCKS ■ Dr idlers of very smart frocks have (kiiti'lcly placet! Itieir stamp of apprnv-i! pi.vr.i taffetas for dresses for youthful wearers. These beautiful silks appear in plain colors of exqui site shading and in places, being devel oped in models that are bouffant in line and buoyant in their interpreta tion of youth, The first frock por trayed is done in changeable blue and pink silk. Bias bands of self-material finish the ova! r.eck and short sleeves, The waist is gathered at the underarm seams, closing, at the left side. The side gores of the skirt are gathered and attached to round, inset trimming pieces. Medium size requires S yards 56-inch silk. Taffeta with a satin figure in self color is effective in the second model, whose daintiness is enhanced by a shirred vest and undercuffs of hand kerchief linen. The distended skirt is | trimmed with corded tucks, while fancy ribbon defines the waist-line. Medium ize requires 4>,; yards 36- inch taffeta. ■ First Model: Pictorial Review Dress No. 9850. Sizes,, Mto 20 years. Price, 35 cents. Second Model: Dress No. 9W. Cn W Money and * UUi S? SkXbMU Merchandise *y“s Ist Prize . . $25.00 for Best Titles! Psi Six - . 2.00 prizes Eight . . 1.50 Prizes 20 Cases pf “Crushes” WHO will be the win- famous American artist. It was — 1 n p r o i n the Oranpe- painted especially for Orange ner_ m c.ne yia ge Crush Company. This summer Crush Contest? Who will j t w m be used in advertising give US the Prize Titles Ward’s Orange-Crush, Lemon for the-Orange-Crush Crash and Lime-Crush, fastest- g gfe. Picture? Come on, every- in the world. wf body! Send in your titles. - Don’t delay. Doittodav. The “Crushes ’ are popular be- a nkkci buys a spark cause they are pure, wholesome coo Jf n drtk - Every the contest srows sinci rornsrksbly delicious* l hey crush or Ltme-cruzh. livelier, as the titles keep pour- are delightful compounds of fountains. ing in. Everybody is interested. Fruit Oils and Fruit Juices from And everybody is \velcome to oranges, lemons or limes, finest join. Men, women, boys, girls! cane sugar, U. S. certified food There’s nothing to buy. Just color, carbonated water and think up a title for tho picture citric acid (natural acid of all printed above. Children: Ask citrus fruits). mother and dad to help you. < If 'll Send in your titles —as many as tL— 4a. This is one of the most attract- you wish. Read the rules below. ive of the many wonderful pic- Don’t miss this opportunity, t MfcESnJo tures by Norman Rockwell, the You may win First Prize. Etsles ©S Contest scrus G hl Closes Saturday, May 6, 1922, at noon. Everybody can join, except our etc- * s ployai". Write your Lille cr titles, sign your natr.a and address and leave with J juj any soft d.ink dealer, cr send or bring to the address of bottling company. * 2 X ' ‘ffj |R| Titles tv”! i;r judged by a committee selected from v/eH-known citizens of this J h. .rS IQ community, 't sties nc.y be original cr a quotation. By“bcst”is understood I * j© that tide which most cleverly describes the picture. In case of ties, full * -j Ira arnour.t r.f th? priro will be Riven to each tying contestant. Awards will be publiLhcd in this paper as.seen as possible after close of contest. Checks will £ Kj b 2 sent t j winners immediately efterwardo. The ‘ < Cr4Jshc:. ,, arc prepared by Orange-Crush Cos., Plant and Laboratories, Chicago. _ The 11 crinkly n bottle is In Canada: Orangc-Crush Cos., Ltd., Winnipeg. English Address, 47 Gt. Tower St., London, E.C.3. used for nil three * "Crushes.’* It is your Leave your tides with any soft drink dealer, or bring or mail them to fink for it like COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 355 Lakeland. Fla. CCALA GETS CONVENTION St. Petersburg, April 18. —The Flor ida lee Manufacturers and ITiblic Util ities Association today decided to hold the next slate convention in Ocala and ilia old officers we re re-elected as follows: Bryd M. Lathffm, St. Pe tersburg Lighting Company, . presl - dent; S. S. Simons, Jr., Jacksonville, secretary and Leon Swiss, Citizens Ice Company, St. Petersburg, treasur er. Mr. Hall of Atlanta, delivered an audi ois today on treatment of water ■ -mu,,.-.. i o jta It you want to give to Jn M your children the proper -A 111 health insurance teach <' m them the Importance of a W clean mouth. Teach them j} Kj to brush their teeth as /, ® regularly as they wash n ft, thoir hands and face. It t is much more Important, g for ice and James Gibson of this cily talked on oil burning. Motion pictures of the process of making ice were shown at the Pheil Theatre just before noon. WEAK; JIN-DOWN Carolina Lady Got So She Cools Jut Drag.—“Cardui Built Me Up," She Declares. Kernersville, N. C.—ln kn interest lng statement regarding Cardui, the Woman's Tonic, jira. Wesley Mabe, of, near here, recently said: “I hare: known Cardui for years, but never knew Its worth until a year or so ago. I was In a weakened, run-down con-. dltion. I became draggy—didn't eat Ot sleep, to do any good; couldn’t do any thing without a great effort I tried different remedies and medicines, yet I continued to drag; “I decided to give Cardui a trial, and found it was just what I really needed. It made me feel much strong er soon after I began to uae it I be gan to eat more, and the nervous,, weak feeling began to leave, Soon I was sleeping good. ’ "Cardui built ms up u no other tonic ever did. "I used Cardui with, one daughter who was puny, felt bad and tired oat all tbe time, it brought her right out. and soon he was as well' as: a girl could be. Wo think there Is nothing like Cardui.” i Do not allow yourself to become! weak and run-down from womanly; troubles. Take Cardui. You may find it Just what you really need. For! more than 40 years It has been used by , thousands and thousands, and found NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LEAVE TO SELL MINOR’S LANO Notice Is hereby given limb on the 24th day of March, A. 1). 1022, I will apply to Honorable S. L. Holland, county udye in and for Polk county, Stale of Florida, at Ills office in Bar low, in said county, for an order authorizing me, us guardian of Robert M. Uardeker, the minor heir of Kdwin Jurdcker, deceased, to sell at private sale tLe following real estate belonging to the estaf j of said minors, same being in Polk county, Florida, to-wit: Two acres In the Southwest corner of North east quarter of Southeast Quarter of Section 34, Township 27 South, Range S3 Hast, same running North oue acre am. Eaet two acres, Lot 107, leing at Nuithcuat corner of Han When In Need Of SCALES, STORE AND MARKET FIXTURES Write or Phone # ’ ( I JAS. A MILLER v Phone 220 Address 508 S. Florida Ave. Lakeland ’ . , Agent for Dayton Money weight Computing Scales.. Jury Avenue and Sixth ptreet in Acton; Soii'h half of Soutliwost Quarter of Section 34, Township 27 South, Range 23 East less right uf way uf Pemberton Ferry Branch of South Florida Railroad Company, same being 100 feet from center of track on each side, ami less NorJteast quarter of Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter; Lois t and 2 in Work 12 of Shipiuun's Survey of Lakeland, and South half of Northwest quarter and Range 24 Fast. Said tumor has an undivided interest in said properly. Such application to bo based upon potition now on Ulo In the ofllce of said judge. This 18 day of February, 1922. LA ROME HAKDAKER, No. 554 Guardian.