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THE EVENING TELEGRAM: LAKELAND, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911.
PAGE TWO Pi 13 1k u X PROCLAMATION For those considering having ELEC TRICAL WORK done: This concern awaits your command for estimates it will furnish you a set of lifT'H"s, gratis, that la the lowest at whi ii you can have the work done with GOOD materials and first-class workmanship. We carry out our contracts to the letter do the work on time and GUARANTEE FIRST-CLASS ma terials, etc, throughout. FLORIDA ELECTRIC ft MACHINE COMPANY. Drane building. THIS IS NO SECRET. We aro not making any Bocrct of the fail dial our .Mon's Shoes soil better than any oiIht make In town Wc pive Mnr stylo, bettor fit, and better wear fur the saine price that others ask, so why shouldn't we do a larger luminous? Mr. Man, get your next pair (if shoes here. "THE STORE OF QUALITY" T. I. Woods & Co. Drane Illdg. VETERANS HEAR REPORTS OF DELEG ATES TO RE-UNION lakeland ( amp l.43 was opened with prayer by (.; neral Cox on Oc tober 28th. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The committee on memorial of the death of Rev. W. M. iloswell made their report which was accepted with thanks of the Camp. A copy of the memorial will be forwarded to the family. Two of our delegation, with Gen Cox, were present and told of the grand and much enjoyable Re-Union at Orlando. It was the unanimous vote of the Camp that our thanks are offered to citizens and city offi cials of Orlando for their kind and grand reception given the Veterans. Their entertainment was all that could be desired. Gen. Jewell was also a moving spirit in the Re-In ion and we assure them one and all that they will live long in our memory, and we wish them the richest bless ings of an all wise Creator. We were pleased to hear of the line address of Miss Reulah Hooks, our Sponsor, but regret that Miss Kffie Parramore Forbes our Masc was absent. We are much pleased that General Vo was accorded the deserved hon or of commanding the State Division or oteraus and that our Command er. J. n. Allen, is the Adjutant Gen eral and Chief of Staff. We were pleased to have with ut two Sors of Veterans. Mr. Altman nd Han Johnson. They believe the Veterans should have charge of the ladies' monument. Xo further business, camp a- DEPART M F NT I Mrs. E. 0. Tweedell Entertains W. C. T. U. The last meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union was held October 27th, with Mrs. E. G. Tweedell. At the president's re quest Mrs. Webb read the Scripture lesson and the Lord's Prayer was repeated in concert. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Unfinished business was then taken up. Some plans were made in regard to some work to be attempted which will fee reported later on. Mrs. Webb reported that she was unable to get all the con testants together for the grand-gold medal contest, now, so the question was tabled for the present. The report from the Press Social was, to the effect that everyone seemed to enjoy the evening. What the weekly column in The Evening Telegram so kindly promised by our editor, shall be made up of, was discussed, and what will come of the discussion remains to be seen All the members of the W. C. T. U are requested to contribute to its success. On motion it was decided to order a number of leaflets on "Why a churchmember should be W. C. T. U. worker" for distribution in the different churches. As all the officers of the local union, being entitled to a voice in the Conven tions, on motion, Mrs. Morse's name as alternate, was withdrawn, and Mrs. Webb elected. Mrs. Webb was Instructed to write Miss Neal to see if she can visit our union in the near future. Them was a sood natun-tf disnuto as to who should have the privilege of entertaining her, as uearly all present wanted the pleasure. After carefully considering the question it was voted to change the time of mectlngfrom Friday afternoon to Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock sharp. The next meeting, which will fall on Tuesday, Nov. 7, will be held with Mrs. J. M. Whltted, corner Missouri avenue and Lime street. The members are requested to meet promptly as the afternoons are so short there is not time, if late, to get through with all the business. For the benefit of those who may have forgotten, will say those who wish to read "The Hor rors of the White Slave Trade" can get the book by phoning 312 black or 242 black. The small sum of 10 cents Is asked for reading. The oro- ceeds to be devoted to purity work MRS. H. B. MORSE, Press Reporter. AUBURNDALE NOTES. STATE INSPECTION OF GREEN FRUITS Law ii Plain and Shippers Are Lia- Die to CTctecution. Jmtrned. t. H. DRAXE Adjutant. Tallahassee. Nov. 1. (Special I T. B. Quinby, special representative of the Florida Citrus Exchange, had a conference with Secretary of Ag riculture McLin today, following wnu-n announcement was made that Pure Food Inspector Jordan is to make examination In all packing nouses where green citrus fruits are reported to be stored for naekin-r and. if necessary, call in the kerU to make arrests. Following recent publications thi action is regarded as indicative of the realization that the shipment of Green fruit from the State is not only i violation to the federal law. but also a violation of the law nasse.l by the last legislature. When seen Mr. Quinby said ihar he had been assured by Mr. McLin that he will send Inspector Jordan mto any packing house the Citrus hxehange makes complaint aeainst nd will have him take samples. paying the purchase prire and for ward the same to the State chemist ror examination. He further says mat me rruit will be open for exam ination by any citizen at Tallahas see. Mr. Quinby said that Mr. Jordan, the pure food Inspector, was present and fully understands the situation. He was further instructed to take market samples and to use services of sheriff if necessary. to enforce law against shipping green fruit. A most unique and novel busi ness has been inaugurated by R. 0. Dunning of Auburndale. There are mail order businesses galore iu op eration all over America, but it has been left for Mr. Dunning to take advantage of the system and from it develop a special line. He is making a specialty of mail order packages of Florida fruits. The fruit is all selected with special care and unusual precautions are taken in the packages that tBey may reach their destination in the most per fect condition. He prepays all ex press charges on the goods and esti mates that he Is at the present time one of the best patrons of the ex press companies at this point. The first shipmeut of the present season was made this week and aB the fruit is of exceptional quality, he anticipates that be will have about all that he can handle as the season advances. Mr. Dunning is one of that type of men who be lieve in doing all that they do to the best of their ability, and at tributes his success in this novel business to being able first of all to secure the quality of fruit that the highland lake country produces, and then to taking care of his. customers in a manner that is satisfactory to them in every sense. Mr. A. J. Mobley has purchased for his private use, this winter one of- the finest horses that has been seen in this vicinity. That he may enjoy the driving that Is afforded in the vicinity of this city he has not alone been content to get the best horse that could be procured here but has also fitted out with an equipment to match. A. W. Brainerd and wife of Law rence, Mass., will sail from Boston on the 31st, to again take up their winter quarters at Auburndale for! the winter. Mr. Brainerd is a re-1 tired cotton mill man having been I mill superintendent of some of the largest mills in that state. He has a grove of sixteen acres which is under the management of J. W. Rollinson in his absence. The grove is looking very fine now and1 will produce some very high grade fruit this year. The Seminole Club will open its doors for the winter season on Nov. 15th. Mr: and Mrs. Pitts will have charge of the club this season and under their efficient management the club will undoubtedly be very popular with its members this year. The annual dinner will take place as usual early In January and is an event that is eagerly looked forward to by the entire membership as be ing the one great feature of the season and will be participated In by every one that can possibly at tend. Situated as the club is on Lake Arlana with its superb fishing boat Ing and bathing facilities its at tractions are such that they cannot easily be resisted. The nrosnects tor a successful and enjoyable sea son were never brighter than at present. A most enjoyable entertainment wa furnished the guests of the Hot Aria n a last twelftit anniversary of their wed ding, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Evans en tertained in honor of Mrs. Evans' brother, Mr. James, who is a guest of the hotel and a most delightful guest at the hotel. The entire af fair was participated in by all the guests of the hotel and a most de lightful repast prepared as only the Hotel Arlana management knows how to serve, was partaken of bv all After the supper dancing and games were indulged in and the affair . nrought to a close in the we small hours, everyone having had a most enjoyable time. Chas. E. Armstrong was on a sight seeing and prospecting trip last week to lake Jackson. He re ports a fine time and is contemnlat. ing another trip to the same locali ty in a short time to take advantage of the exceptional hunting and fish ing that is afforded there. Mr. George Sebring ha; taken his motor boat from Uke Alfred to Lake Jackson where he intends to build in the near future. The boat ing hunting and fishing in this lake are sure to be taken advantage of by sportsmen as it becomes better known. There are some excellent efatures appealing to tho k. - lake preseuts that are of especial interest. C. E. Bortz and family, of Se bring, Ohio, were guests at the Hotel Arlana last week. They have not as yet decided as to where they will spend the winter and are look ink the different places over so that they may be sure that they will get the best that the resorts afford. They will undoubtedly return to Auburndale as they were very favor ably impressed with the beauties of the place and have seen nothing so far that will compare with the natural advantages that are afford ed here. TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA HOW TO SPELL. Spelling and its proper teaching was the subject that occupied the attention of the Lakeland District Teachers' Association at the regu lar monthly meeting held in Lake land last week, the object of the discussion being to secure a uniform method of teaching spelling with the most lasting results to the pupil. The value of psychology gained from practical experience was touched upon by Prof. Jones, who advocated making a personal study of each pupil, his tastes, habits, character, and of teaching with re gard to the individual pupil rather than as a class. Upon motion of Prof. Sheats, a vote was taken to- elect a president to fill out the unexpired term and Prof. Jones was elected to this office. Miss Cox, Miss Bryant and Mr. L. A. Jott were appointed to form a committee of three on program for the next meeting which will be held in Auburndale, Nov. 27th, 1911. I milliner y! Ladies' Tailored Suits and Skirts. MISS MINONA HEREON Herron Block. J.W.ELL Real Estate Agent City and Country Proper proved and Unimproved Groves a Specialty: UK WE HAVE SOME OF THE IFii mnnnr Tim rrr w..Jri r 1 1- n ... Phone S09. N 1 -M CANDY CANDY CANDY 12 Varieties Chocolate and Cocoanut Candies at 15c per pound 10 Varieties of Fancy Chocolates at 30c per pound Nunnally's Fancy Boxes at 80c and $1.00 per pound Fresh Apalachicola Oysters 45c qt. BREAD, CAKES, PIES A Supply of Fresh Fruits on hand at all times at market prices Call and see, or phone 226 and have Your Orders Delivered H.O.DENNY Cowdery Building : : 4 ! The Professions DR. R. R. SULLIVAN, PHYSICIAN Special attention given to Surgery and Gynecology Kentucky Building 'pone 132 LAKELAND, FLA. DR. SAMUEL F. SMITH SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Scientifically Prescribed Phone: Office HI, Residence 22, Bryant Bldg, Lakeland, Pla. Lakeland, Florida 4,. DR. W. S. IRVIN DENTIST Established In July, 1900 Rooms 14 and 15 Kentucky Building Thones: Office 180; Residence 84 D"- W. St. QROOVCR. PHYSICIAN AND tUltaiON. Room 1 and 4 Keamckv Baillinr Lakklaro. Florida. Notice to the Public we are now reudy to show a full line of fall and ftf DR. SARAH E. WHEELER Osteopath Physician Rooms .., 6. and 17 Bryant Bldg. Lakeland, Fla. , TUCKER & TUCKER, Lawyen Raymondo Bldg. Lakeland. Florida winter goods. BLANKETS Our Blankets are the best made, from 1.25 to 8.00 SHOES. A line of Shoes that can't be beat In Quality and prl. Men's Ladies' and children's. CORSETS. Ladies, If you want a perfect fit In your dresses, try a Kabo Corset. A style for every type of figure your among them. PIECE GOODS. Call and let us show you our full line of Silks, Messalins and Worsteds. Also one of the best assortments of gir.j. hams In town. Always glad to have you call whether you buy or net. J. W. CHILES LAKELAND, FLORIDA i - ' .A ft I R. B. HUFFAKER, Attorney-at-Law Roor 7 Stuart Bldg. Bartow. Fla. C. M. TRAMMELL, Attornry-at-Law. Offices. Bryant Building Lakeland, Fla. David O. Rogers. Kelsey Blanton. ROGERS ft BLANTON LAWYERS Rooms 16 and 17 Bryant Building Phone 319. Lakeland, fwm. L. M. Futch. J. H. Gentry. Gatry lltrteii: co. Successors to Angle Undertaking Co. :: rarBArarts and funeral DUECTOSS. We Are Be a dqarter :or: Toilet Articles of All Kinds and! Can Satisfy the Most Fastidious! I Call at the "White Drugstore" For Your Ice Cream and Cool Drinks to EVERYTHING IN DRUGS , fcrefcl tzl P8lUifcj Co rea ti Pffxcrl;t$. HENLEY & HENLEY Phone 62 Phones: day or night, 245. DT 'Phone 241. Joy hunting and fishing that this I