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Lesson S. S. Lesson for May 28. Subject: “Jeremiuh speaks boldly for God.” Golden Text: Jer. r:-13. "Amend, your ways and your doings, and obey; the voice of Jehovah.” Since we have but one lesson on i Jeremiah, I think it best that we go 1 back to chapter eighteen and verse six to start. In answer to God's call he said, "Ah, God, behold, I can not speak for I am a child.” But the Lord God said unto me “Say not. I am a child, for thou slialt go to all that I shall send thee, and whatso ever I command thee thou shalt speak,” so reads verse 7 and verse nine. "Behold I have put my words in thy mouth.” A certain evangelist was dealing with a certain railroad president in his office concerning the salvation of his soul. A certain secretary of a railroad Y. M. C. A. sat near and heard it all, then and there God anointed him for taking the word ot God to a lost world and has filled J his mouth as truly as he filled the j mouth of Jeremiah. He patted no set on the back teling them they were all right, I heard a fellow com Polk County Trust Cos. Lakeland, Florida Capital $300,000.00 GENERAL BANKING TRUSTS TITLE INSURANCE Bank Statements That Are a Credit To Polk County THESE BANKS ARE MEMBERS OF THE WITH AM SYSTEM OF BANKS, WITH HEADQUARTERS IN ATLANTA, GA. % The combined deposits of these banks amounJ to $2,559,009, while the cash on hand and in other banks totals $674,000. Condensed Statement of the Condition of the STATE BANK OF AUBURN DALE, AUBURNDALE, FLORIDA A.t Close of Business, May sth, 1 922 RESOURCES Loans and discounts $ 93,785.50 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 6,000.00 Overdrafts None Cash on hand and in tanks 88,046.18 Total $187,831.68 Please note that rot cne cf these banks has a single cent in overdrafts, nor have they a cent of bcrro’vved money in any form. RESOURCES Loans and discounts $287,031.39 Overdrafts None Stocks and bonds and other se curities 73,643.77 Banking house furniture and fixtures 42,154.59 Cash on hand and due from banks 144,676.22 Total $547,505.97 mentlng on those people standing un til Jeremiah was done as we read In verse eight of our lesson. He said “It must have been the earnest look in his face,” another spoke up and ! said it must have been the message I and a number of fellows had thbir say," but does it not seem more like j that if God could give him a message 1 for those people that he could hold : them until the message was done. When I started to read the Bible after my conversion all I could see in the old Testament was one army ! against the other, but later I began I to see the cause and still later I be gan to see that while they were the real people and the fighting was the real stuff they were also types for us. 1 Cor. 10-11 and Rom. 15-4. The Bible from Ex. chapter 12 and verse 1, to the last verse of Paul, the end of the Old Testament is either promise or warning to the children of Israel, not to the Amalekites. or world, but to His people and the greater part o fths New Testament is the church, not to the world. "If my reader says, "I am not a Christian and then that does not con cern me,” let me as a friend say that : a bit of the New Testament concerns 1 you for your convenience I will give j it here in full. Rev. 3-18 “If the righteous scarcely be saved where j shall the ungodly and the sinner ap- 1 pear.” and Heb. 4-13, "Neither is there j any creature that is not manifest in ' his eye for all things are naked and j often unto the eyes of Him with Condensed Statement of the Condition of the STATE BANK OF BARTOW, FLORIDA, May sth, 1922 whom we have to do.” In Chicago last fall I heard a mis sion band give some of the most bles sed testimony I over heard. A Sa viour-indeed it was. I was talking to a slave to sin and he began tell ing me how he was a member of the church, you see he had bis name on a church record and he was made to believe that made him all right. He had been taught by such minis ters as w;; are told about in Eze. 34 anil verses 12 and 16. Do not let the old devil deceive you. • Let our God do in you and with you what He wants to do and how the bondage of sin will go. Sure you will get in trouble then, but it will be outside of you and you will be able to sing An Expert Writes: “I used to be called a poor cook, and never pretended to bake a cake worthy of praise, but now S am called the champicncake baker of my community, thanks to the Royal Baking Powder.” Mrs. R. W. P. jl IOYAL Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste Send for New Royal Cook Book — It’sF REE. Royalßakin jPow der Cos., 2E3 Y ork LIABILITIES Capital stock $ 15,000.00 Surplus 3,500.00 Undivided profits 1,790.02 Dividends unpaid , 65.00 Deposits 166,016.8 i Cashier’s checks 1,449.40 Certified checks 10.45 Bills payable and rediscounts None Total $187,831.68 Condensed Statement of the Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LAKELAND, FLORIDA, As Rendered the ComDtroller at the Close of Business May 5, 1 922 RESOURCES Loans and discounts $ 677,633.70 LIABILITIES Liberty and U. S. bonds and . t war savings stamps 134,380.27 Upltal $ 100,000.00 Stock 15,000.00 Surplus 50,000.00 Furniture and fixtures. 20,000.00 profits 8.6D.40 Overdrafts None Circulation 100,000.00 Stock Federal Reserve Bank... 4,500.00 ,n •. civ'cnn/tt Cash on hand and cad, ,c- 0e ‘ MS,IS 817,500.41 serve 164,204.77 . Total $ 1,076,1 15.89 Tctal $ ! ,076,1 15.89 LIABILITIES Capital stock _..s 50,000.00 Surplus and undivided profits. I 1,714.01 Deposits 485,791.96 Total $547,505.97 Lakeland evening telegram, Thursday, May 16. m right In the face of the devil. I know there are people who jio not believe in a devil. The be illus tration 1 can find for that is when we had saloons. A man would go I get drunk, gd home and whip his j j wife and family, then he would be ] arrested and put in jail, his wife then ! would do washings to keep the family j j and not one word about the saloonl keeper who sold him the drink. If | there is no devil, says one, "Who carries his business on.?” J. M. BERWICP. STATE MARKETING BUREAU Wholesale quotations for Wednes day, May 17, 1922, reported to State Marketing Bureau, 417 St. James building, Jacksonville, Fla.: Jacksonville Liberal receipts; market loaded on beans, cukes and squash; okra, green ! corn, tomatoes, oranges, limes, eggs, ! poultry, steady. New York City I Potatoes —Fifty live Florida, fifty- ( j seven others, moderate demand, and 1 steady; Rose 4; bbls, Is, best, $5.50@ | 5.75; fair condition, $firstname.lastname@example.org; poor-j er low as $3.50; 2s, best, $email@example.com; j ; mostly, $3.00; jjoorer, low as $2.50. i Tomatoes —39 B'lorida, and moderate j demand, steady for good stock, crates, ! ! fancy, best, $firstname.lastname@example.org; fair condition, j • $email@example.com; poorer, low as $2,50; i choice, best, $firstname.lastname@example.orgU; few high as ! $3.25; poorer, low as $2.00; 2165, $1.50 @2.00. Cukes —Thirty Florida, and steady; ! crates, fancy, best, $email@example.com; poorer,! low as $2.25; choice, best, $firstname.lastname@example.org; few, $2.25; culls, $email@example.com. Watermelons —Seven Florida, limit ed demand, steady, 24 to 28 pounds average; Tom Watsons, each, sl.oo@ 1.50. Boston Tomatoes—Eight cars, supplies very heavy, weak; crates, fancy, mostly, lair quality, $firstname.lastname@example.org; few fine qual ity, $email@example.com; poorer, low as $1.50; 2165, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Cukes —Steady, hampers, fancy,; $email@example.com; choice, $1.50@ 1.75. Beans—Two cars, supplies liberal; hampers, green, wax, $firstname.lastname@example.org; few | fine quality, $2.75; poorer, low as i $1.50. I'eppers—Slow; crates, fancy, $2.75 i @3.25; choice, red, $email@example.com. Potatoes—Four cars, slow, Rose 4, bbls, Is, ?firstname.lastname@example.org. Squash—One car, bbl., crates, $5.00; not cleaned up. Celery—One car, not quoted. Philadelphia * Celery—One car, steady; crates, all sizes, $email@example.com; few, good quality, $3.50. Cukes—Eight cars, stronger, hamp ers, fancy, $firstname.lastname@example.org; choice, $1.50@ | 1.85. Eggplant—Two cars, firm; crates, best, $email@example.com; small, poorer, $1.25 1 @1.50. I Peppers—Two cars, stronger, per > crates, fancy, $firstname.lastname@example.org; choice, $1.50 l @1.75. Potatoes—Forty-three cars, slightly stronger; Rose 4, bbls, Is, $email@example.com; heated, low as $4.00; 2s, $firstname.lastname@example.org; 150 pound sacks, Is, $4.00; heated, $1.50. Tomatoes—Five cars, firm for good ; stock, crates, fancy, mostly, $3.50; j few $4.00; pooled, wasty, $1,504/2.75; i choice, $email@example.com; poorer, $1.50@ ! 1.75. Okra—Hampers, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Cantaloupes, standards, 455, $6.00. matermelons, one car, bulk, 25@2S pounds average. $725.00. Cincinnati Beans—No Florida arrivals, market weak, hampers, green, $email@example.com; nine cars track. Cukes—Two cars track; dull; ham pers, Is, $firstname.lastname@example.org; 2s, 50@75e. Tomatoes —One Florida arrived, six track, strong; crates, turning and ripe. |||j f % g|j : A vegetable §9 4 lousness, correc t a 31 Condensed Statement of the Condition of the FIRST STATE BANK OF WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA, May 5tE 1922 RESOURCES Loans and discounts $498,167.62 Overdrafts None Slocks and bonds 40,250.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 63,200.00 Cash on hand and due from banks 209,587.46 Total $811,205.08 Condensed Statement of the Condition of the BANK OF OSCEOLA COUNTY, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, At Close of Business May 5, 1922 RESOURCES Loans $258,117.82 United States bonds I4,500;00 Stocks, securities, etc 15,950.00 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 37,651.30 Other real estate 578.56 Cash and due from banks 67,955.1 I City warrants 901.77 Other resources 5,442.17 Total $401,096.73 CLOSING OUT SALE MRS. ALBRITTON, Plant City, Fla. Will close out our entire stock of spring and summer SUITS, DRESSES, WRAPS, SKIRTS and WAISTS at the GREATEST REDUCED PRICES ever offered in the history of our business. We expect to close out this entire stock before leaving for the eastern markets, which will be within a few weeks. MRS. ALBRITTON < In the new Lee Building PLANT CITY, FLA. wrapped; some decayed; fancy, $4.50 @4.75; choice, $email@example.com; gems, $1.75@ 2.00. Potatoes —Alabama one, Georgia three, Florida five, South Carolina two, eighty-two cars track, market dull; Rose 4, bids. Is, $5.25/, 5.50; 2s, $firstname.lastname@example.org; 13(1 pound sacks, some de cayed, Is, $3.50; 2s, $2.50; Bliss Tri umphs, lUU pound sacks, Is, $2.75; 2s, $1.75. Chicago Potatoes —Eleven arrived, fifty-six on track; steady; prices unchanged. Watermelons—Eight arrived, thir teen on track, too cool for good move ment; market weak, one ear 28 pounds average sold for $725.00. Cukes —Thirteen arrived, sixty-two on track; very weal:, prices un changed. Beans —Eight arrived, fifteen on the track: weak, lower, mostly, poor LIABILITIES Capital stock $ 75,000.00 Surplus 24,250.00 Undivided profits 7,788.97 Deposits 704,! 66.11 Total $811,205.08 Remember that all deposits in Witham Banks are insured, and that no depos itor in a Witham Bank has ever lost a penny, because nc bank in the system has ever closed its doors. LIABILITIES Capital stock $ 25,000.00 Deposits ; _ 376,096.73 Total $401,096.73 quality, hampers, a<<orilins to con dition and quality. sl.OiKd H.OO. Tomatoes—Thirteen arrived, thirty' eiltht track, about steady; crates, orig inals. fancy, $3.30*13.75; choice, $2.3u Cn 3.00 FOR TR.'.DF A nice prove and home for city property. M. G. Waring. FOR SALK —.V now bungalow in Dixieland. Kasy payment plan. M. G. Waring. FOR SALK CHEAP—If taken at. once. 1922 Olds mold Ip, sport mod el 17. perfect condition. Address G. A. 11., care Telegram. FOR QUICK SALE—Kottr room house priced reasonable. Kasy terms if deside. 609 North Stella Ave H. L. ISAACS.