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Golden Rule Specials * at The Clonts Store 36-in. best quality percales, Il7lC1 I 7IC fast colors, a yard * N 2 Blue Golden Rule work shirts, full size, extra well made, £QC sach" W \ The Clonts Store Dog Hill Paragrafs Salem Barlow, our well known ban jo player, has played the banjo so much he has got so he pats his foot every time he hears anyone eating peanuts. 0 Clab Hancock picked up a newspa per the other day and read it through from one end to the other and then discovered that it was about ten years old. That did not make much diffgi White Bus Line Cos Schedule Tampa—Plant City—Lakeland Lv. Tampa Lv. Plant City for Lakeland Ar. Lakeland 8 :oft a” m. 9 :10 a. m. 9 :40 a. m. 9 :on a. m. 19:10 a. m. 10:40 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 11:10 a. ra. 11:40 a. ra. 11:00 a. m. IS-.10 p. m. 12:40 p. m. 12 :00 m. 1:10 p. m. 1:40 p. ra. 1:01 a a. 1:11 m. 2:40 p. m. 2 :00 p. m. 3 :10 p. m. 3:40 p. m. 3 :oo p. m. 4 :10 p. n. 4:40 p. m 4:00 p. ra. 3:10 p. ra. 0:40 p. ra. 5:00 p. ra. 0 -.10 p. ra. 8:40 p. In. Lv. Lakeland Lv. Plant City for Tampa Ar. Tampa 1:01 a a 3 130 a. m. 0 :40 a. ra. 9 9)0 a. m. 9:30 a. m. 10:40 a. m 10:00 a. m. 10:80 a. m. 11:40 a ra. 11:00 a. m. 11910 a. m. 12:40 p. ra . 12:00 m. 12:30 p. m. 1140 p. m. 1:00 p. m. 1:80 p. in. S :40 p. m. 2:00 pm. t :lo p. m. 3:40 p m 3:00 p. ra. 3:30 p. m. 4:40 p. ra 4 :00 p. ra. 4:30 p. ra. 8:40 p. m. 5 :00 p. m. 8 :30 p. m. 6 :40 p. m Connect at Plant City with hua to Dade City, Mulherrv. Brewster and Fort Meade. At Lake land with hue in Bartow, Winter Haven Or lando and Arcadia. Subject to chanfe without notice Tampa—Clearwater—St. Petersburg Lv. Clearwater ror Ar. Lv. Tampa BL Petersburg Bt. Petersburg 8:00 a. ra. 9:10 a. m 3:00 a. m. 0:98 a. m. 10:45 a. m 0:00 a. m. 10:33 a. m. 11:45 a. m. 10:00 a. DO. 11:3S a. m. 12 :<5 p. ta. 11:1! i. a. 13:50 p. m. 3:00 p. m 1:00 p. m. 3:38 p. m. 8:45 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 4:85 p. m. . 5:45 p. in 4:00 p. m. 5:38 p. m. J 6:45 p. m 5 :00 p. m. Only to Clearwater. I Lv. St J>v. Clearwater Petersburg for Temps Ar. Tampa 8 :00 a. m. 0 :35 a. ra 8:00 a. in. 8:10 a. m. 10:45 a. m. 9:30 a. m. 10:40 a. ra. 12:15 p. m. II :45 a. m. 12 :5S p. m. 2:30 p. ra. 1:00 p. m. 3 :10 p. ra. 3 :45 p. m. 2 :00 p. m. 1:19 p. ra. 4 :45 p. ra. 3 9)0 p. in. 4 :10 p. m. 8 :45 p. ra. < .00 p. m. 5:10 p. n. 6:45 p ra 6 00 p. in Only to c.'learwatev. Sithleet to chance without nnrtea. RED COMB BUTTERMILK MASH Means More Eggs at Less Cost Rfi) COMB BUTTERMILK CHICK MASH 'Me&nt Stronger, Healthier Chicks and Lips Loss from Baby Chick Diseases t Hundreds of users testify to the Splendid , results obtained from using RED COMB BUTTERMILK FEEDS. • Tty It yourself today. ~ Cash Feed Cos. FEED— FLOUR—ROOFING Phone Vf Cor. Rose & Mass. Ave. kWI*' 1 *' ' - ence, however, as all of the news in the paper happened away off yonder somewhere. 0 Cricket Hicks would like to borrow a collar button to wear to preaching until his gets here. BUS TO KISSINGEN SPRINGS THURSDAY and SUN DAY AFTERNOON Leaving front Hotel Thelma 2:00 p. m. Leaving Corner Drug Store Bartow 2:40. Round trip from Lakeland, $1.50; Bartow, 50c. Leave Kissingen Springs 6:30 p.m. Effective April 27, 1922 DIXIE BUS LINE CO. For further information and tick ets call at O’Steen Jewelry Cos. Early Medical For mulas Carved On Stone From the earliest times the work of compounding prescrip tions has been recognized as a sacred responsibility. So im portant did the Egyptians deem it that members of the priest hood were commissioned both as doctors and apothecaries. One of the oldest formulas known is carved in the crum bling walls of the temple of EdtU, Egypt. There can be no higher degree of purity than that which is presented to you under our label. JEWETT’S DRUG STORE The StoreOn the Corner Phones 89 and 90 LAKfetAND EVENING TELEGRAM, nJEffiAV, MAY 2, 1922 turn nears TOTES Wm. Gomme, County Agent, Bartow, Florida. I wonder how many would be inter ested in visiting with me the new cold Btorage plant In Sanford, and | learn the method they employ. Let us hope in the near future that Polk county will be able to boast of a cold storage plant where produce can be kept. Would be glad to hear from any one interested in this. We could surely get a few cars to take the trip. Those who have not seen the Sanford section and its truck surely have missed something. The dry weather is doing a little damage to citrus trees and the young fruit, especially in the northern part of the county, where no rain has fallen for some time. In some of the groves the leaves are curling and the young fruit dropping. It is advisable to keep the acme going as much as possible. I have been asked several times re garding a fertilizer for grapes. From past experience I would recommend a formula about 4% ammonia, 6% phosphate and 3% potash to contain a small amount >of nitrate of soda and large amounts of cotton seed meal, bone and blood, steamed bone, tankage, fish scrap, acid phosphate and kainit if procurable, if not, sul phate of potash. A grape will re spond to bone in any form. In com mercial vineyards of long standing, bones are buried in the raw stage aroun dthe vines. In every case where this was done, I have observed that the feeding roots penetrate the hones and seem to find quite a lot oi feeding value in them. Hard wooo ashes and stable manure well decom posed make a good mixture, but it is hard to handle and rather more ex pensive than the commercial fertili zer. I have definite information that Mr Meier, watermelon specialist of tilt U. S. Department of Agriculture, wil be with us to hold meetings Monday, May 8, at 3 o’clock, in the office ol the development board of Fort Meadt and 7:30 in Lakeland in the Biblt class room of the First Methodist church, right across from the Thelma hotel, on the same day. Those inter ested in the shipping of melons wil. get benefit ahd help from these meet ings-. The Polk county bee keepers' meet ing will be held in the boAd of tradt room n the city hall. Bartow, Mon day, May 1, at 2:30 p. m. Election ol officers. All come. The Florida State Horticultural So ciety meeting will he held from Tues day, May 2, to Friday, May 5, com mencing Tuesday morning at 8:30 All come. No doubt due to the dry weathei which prevents the spores from ripening, the anthracnose on water melons s not bad so far, but when i. rains, watch those vines carefullj and spray if necessary. The county agent is at youji service free. Call upon him at his .office ii the court huose, Bartow, phone 366 BIDS WANTED Sealed bids on the construction o! sanitary pit closets will he received until May 9th at 3:30 P. M. by the City Commissioners. Blueprints ant specifications can be obtained at of fice Wm. Steitz, Commissioner oi Sanitation. H. L. SWATTS, City Clerk. Daily Fashion Hint f FROCKS OF FASHIONABLE INTEREST To the co-ed arc_ we indebted for the stylish and practical frock of plaid serge to the left. It is designed to accommodate an nnderbtouse, which may be changed frequently while the dress itself remains in daily seryice. Medium size requires 2 yard* 54-tnch material for the dress, and 214 yards of 36-Inch sflk for the blouie, which is self-trimmed. .... The coat dress to the right is de signed allkt for matrons and maids. It Is eßtetdliigly smart, developed in dark blue velours de lalne and belted with a narrow band of self material. The sleeve* are flowing, but the neck is simple, cut with a youthful line and bound with satin: Medium size requir** 3K yards ,S4-inch ma- First Model: Pictorial Review Dress N. 9658. Sizes, 14 to 20 years. Price, 35 cents. Blouse No. 9337. Sizes, 34 to 48 inches bust. Price, 30 cents. _ „ Second Model:. Coat Dress No. 9637. Sizes. 34 to 46 iiwftea bust. Price, 35 cents. , ■iwimru-T— *“**■ MARKETING BUREAU Wholesale quotations for Monday, May 1, 1922, reported to State Mar keting Bureau, 417 St. James build ing, Jacksonville, Fla.: Jacksonville Green Beans—Fancy, hampers $2.50 @3.00. Wax Beans —$email@example.com. Cukes—Crates, fancy, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Eggplant—Crates, fancy, $1.50@ 2.00. Sweet Corn—Crates, $email@example.com. Okra—Fancy, hampers, $5.00. Peppers—Fancy, crates, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Squash—Yellow, crates, $1.50; and white, weak, slow. Tomatoes —Fancy, crates, $2.50 top. Oranges—Fancy, box, $email@example.com. Grapefruit—Box, fancy, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Eggs—Fresh, mixed, per dozen, at 26@27c. Fryers—Per lb, 40c. New York City Potatoes —Forty-five Florida, thir teen boat, fifty-five others; steady, Rose 4, bbls, Is, $6.75®7.00; 2s, $4.50 @5.00. Tomatoes —Thirty-four Florida and steady; crates, fancy, best, $4.50@ 4.75; poorer, low as $4.00; choice, best, $email@example.com; poorer, low as $3.00. String Beans—Seven Florida, two others, firm, Florida hampers, green, wax, best, $firstname.lastname@example.org; poorer, low as $2.50. Celery—Fourteen Florida, dull; per crate, best sizes, $email@example.com; few, at $4.25; poor to ordinary condition, at $firstname.lastname@example.org. Cukes—Thirty-eight Florida, and steady; crates, fancy, fair condition, $email@example.com; few good condition $2.25 @2.50; choice, mostly $firstname.lastname@example.org; few at $1.50. Eggplant—Two Florida, weak, per crate, $1.50. Peppers—One Florida, steady; per crate, fancy, best, $4.00(0 4.50; choice, best, $email@example.com. Boston Oranges—Five cars, slightly stron ger; brights and goldens, mostly $7.00 @B.OO. Grapefruit—Six cars, too few early sales to quote. Eggplant—Stronger, crates, fancy, $firstname.lastname@example.org; choice, $1.25(0 1.50. Tomatoes—Six cars, active; crates, 1 choice, $email@example.com; few $4.25; spotted! low as $3.00; few fancy, $4.50. Peppers—Steady crates, fancy, at j $firstname.lastname@example.org; choice, mostly $2.00. Beans—One car. stronger; good de mand; hampers, green, wax, best at $3.50@X4.0(); poorer, $email@example.com. Pineapples—One car, not quoted. Philadelphia No report. Cincinnati [Beans—Two cats, Steady: Florida?. 7-8 bus. hampers, green. $3.00®3.25. Cukes—No arrivals, supplies liberal, steady: Floridas, bushel hampers. Is,! $2.00® 2.50. Potatoes—Twelve Florida, stronger, i Rose 4, bills, Is. $6.50; 3s. $4.50. Grapefruit—One Florida. Oranges—Six California, one Flnr-1 ida arrived, prices and conditions art unchanged. Chicago Oranges anti Grapefruit—Steady to firm, unchanged. Beans—Stronger; hampers, fancy, j wax, $5.50®6.00; green, $firstname.lastname@example.org; [ ordinary condition, wax and green, at $3.00 and up. Eggplant—Dull and unchanged. Peppers and Cukes—Steady and tin- i changed.. Celery—About steady; best. -is. and Gs, washed. $4.25.@4.75. Tomatoes—Steady, unchanged. Potatoes —Twenty-nine Floridas nr-1 rived; thirty-six on track, weaker.] lower; Rose 4, bills, Is, $6.50(06.65; I 2s, s4.2s@ 4.50. N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA: IN BANKRUPTCY: X TIIK MATTER OK: .'HILI.iI* BERKOVITZ. To the creditors or Phillip Ilerknvltz. n- Barlow, Polk County and district aforesaid: NOTICE is hereby given that the alni.-,. lamed I*hilli|i Berkotvita has filed his offer if composition before adjudication, the 'e-ms if which said offer are as follows, towii: - .o Pity all costs and preferred claims n full, and TUX PEI! CENT 111) Pet.l on all claims allowed or to he al lowed : and that there will he a meeting of die creditors of the said aliened bankrupt in the TWEXTV-Xl.Vni (211) day or APJiil, ltl-11, at ELEVEN' THIRTY (llt.'Pl) in the tdreiioou of said date, at BARTOW. FLA., at he court house, at which time the credit*,r* uay appear, prove their claims, examine the (lleged bankrupt, vote upon the acceptance ir rejection of the said offer, ami transact iueh other and further business as may pro perly come before sold laretllifc. HATED Tampa, Fla., Ihis lath day of April D.. 11)22. II P. HAVA, REFEREE IN BANKKtTTI Y. 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All bitterness is removed by our own process, after which the fruit is cooked with pure cane sugar, making it de lightfully palatable. Large 8-oz. pkg. lAC 20c value “SOUTHLAND” Grapefruit Punch Makes the most delightful punch by simply adding water. One quart will serve fifty guests. SI.OO Gallon bottle, $3.50 .For sale at all grocery anti drug stores or at factory. IF YOU KNEW what goes into cheap self-rising flour you would insist on Honey Boy Flour fSelf Rising^ It will stand any test for quality, through and through. BUSH MILLING CO. LAKELAND GROCERY CO. Seymour, Ind. Distribubtors Your Ask for Karo and see that this bull’s-eye ©is on the label. It’s the mark for Quality and Full Weight. Karo is the syrup for every use—spread on pancakes, biscuits, sliced bread for children; for cooking, baking and candy-making. And < here is a recipe that will please you: Waffles Polk County Trust Cos. Lakeland, Florida Capital $300,000.00 GENERAL BANKING TRUSTS TITLE INSURANCE “SOUTHLAND” Grapefruit Juice A popular five and teu-cent PUKE FRUIT drink. A thirst quencher uuequalcd- Sold at all drink stands or 24 5c bottles delivered to your home fur <rl. Also put up in quart and pint bottles for sale in grocery and drug stores. Pint bottle, Quart bottle, ACC each 7* “SOUTHLAND” STRAWBERRY JAM - ■ * t ' Made from fancy home-grown berries 8-os. package, each Ute 16-oz. package, each She SOUTHLAND CITRUS PRODUCTS CO., Lakeland, Fla. PAGE SEVEN “SOUTHLAND” Sweet Grapefruit Candy Anew and delightful citrus fruit confection used as an after dinner candy or for parties or receptions. It bas a super-taste all its own, also acts as a tonic and ap petiser. Put up b sanitary CC packages to retail at ** Also In H, 1 and 2-lb pkgs.