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THE EVENING TELEGRAM LAK ELAND, FLA., JULY 13, 1914. PAGE FIVE 7' I In Case of Firef jPhone 5,000 ' Miss i Verda Thompson left tnis lorning for Lake City, where she oes to Attend the State B. P. U. ncampment, which is now in session here.';-? FMr.-Leland McMullen left today or Wsiyneaville and other points in he mountains "of North Carolina, rhere he Will spend several weeks lj:nJoying the mountain breezes : Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bussard have eturned from a three months' trip laving; visited in western' Maryland, rhere Mrs. Bussard's health was jreatly improved. They both came ack greatly rejuvenated and glad to ince more he in Lakeland. Miss Ethel Rice, of Marshall ville, jba1., is in' the city, the charming ljuest of Miss Suella Groover. .Miss lice was Miss Groover's roommate ' it Brenau and the latter will make ler two weeks' stay in Lakeland a nost pleasant one . ?,Mr. ,Epps Tucker was taken sud denly ill Saturday afternoon and ;wo physicians and a trained nurse ire now attending him, as he is in juite a serious condition. It will probably be some time before he will oe able tp be out. His friends hope ae will soon be on the road to re- C:overy, V Mr W. H. Strain is able to be , dbout on crutches, after being laid IIup for four or five weeks by a sprained ankle, the result of an ac cident' caused by contact with some ..of the machinery he uses in boring 0Iwells.v Hence the "Well Man'' will not be entirely well for some weeks yet.'" , ' ' Rev. J. B. Ley and family have as their guest the former's mother, who will spend the next three months here. Mrs. Ley is in very bad health and requires the constant at tendance of a nurse, her advanced age making it difficult for her to Wain strength and improve as she would probably do under other cir cumstances. Mr. Hugh Larmon has gone on a "trip through the West and North west In the interest of the Polk County Development Co. He will j'vlsit Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City and probably other points, arrang ing for the exploitation of the inter ests of this high-class proposition. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Riedel, of Os sian, Ind., are guests for a week at the Country Club House. These ex cellent people have purchased prop erty in this vicinity, and have joined the grand army of those who are en thusiastic over the charms and pros pects of this section. They expect to return to Lakeland in the fall. Among recent visitors to the Hal lam Club House are Mr. Ira T. Eaton, of Chicago; Mr. W.NR. Tucker, of Cincinnati; Mr. Lustina, of Dayton, Ky.;'Mr. and Mrs. Fied, of Cincin nati; . Mr. S. E. Hackethorn, of In dianapolis; Mr. Richardson, of Tam ipa; Mr. Louis Kleybolte, Cincinnati; Mr. Kyrloch, Cincinnati. Practically all these parties have invested in that section and were down looking over their rapidly developing inter ests. MAJESTIC 4 One hour of enjoyment for the small sum of 5 and 10 cents. Come and have a "dime" good time. MAN'S LAWS A 2 reel feature that is a humdinger right from the start, and when it's out you will know you have seen something worth while. KENTON'S HEIR A comedy drama that has all others beat a 1,000 ways MATINEE DAILY MUSIC BY THE MAJESTIC QUALITY ORCHESTRA BREWSTER PLAYS HERE AT A crackerjack game of baseball will be witnessed at the Athletic Field tomorrow afternoon when Brewster plays Lakeland. Both teams are A 1 and there is much interest felt in the outcome of tomorrow's game. A big crowd should be on hand and doubtless will be to root for Lakeland. I In Society Lakeland Ladies Contribute To Fourth's Celebration At Woman's College During the Fourth of July celebra tion at the Woman's College came South Florida with a splendid, loudly-ringing yell, after which her stu dents sang, to the tune of "Peg o' My Heart," the following words written by Misses Mary McRae, of Lakeland, Marguerite Scale, of Sara sota, Nance Richter and Rose Gard ner of Miami: "South Florida, we've loved you Since we were born, We've loved your oranges and corn, Each dewey morn; There's where all people gather, 'Cause we have such pleasant weather. South Florida, we love you; You are our own; we love you. We'll make our home forever more in your heart. South Florida, we love you, Beautiful land we love you; Oysters and pearls, Such pretty girls; Boating, fishing and canoeing, Are the things we're always doing. South Florida, we lo've you; Our golden fruits, we love you Come to our land, You'll understand We love you . Not only the success of South Flor ida's part of the program, but that of the entire entertainment was the result of the ardent enthusiasm and untiring efforts of Miss Maud Schwalmeyer of the College for Women, Tallahassee, and Miss May Tomlinson of Lakeland. We do not wonder at this when we remember that both of these teachers are a source of inspiration to all whom they teach. Reception in Honor Of Miss Hallie Ley A very delightful reception was given this afternoon at the residence of Rev. and Mrs. Edward F. Ley, by Miss Ley, in honor of her house guest, her cousin, Miss Hallie Ley of Lakeland. The following guests were present: Misses Bessie Wood, Zoella King, Annie Davis, Mary Dur rance, Inez Carlton, Evelyn OdHn, Carrie and Dora Pelot, Lottie and i.ola Lawler, Martha Rentz, Mat hews, Hallie Ley, and Miss Ley, the host. The afternoon was very pleasantly (spent in conversation, music and choice readings. Before the young ladies finished the program delicious refreshments were served. Miss Hallie Ley is the handsome and accomplished daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Ley, of Lakeland, and has met many young people of Ar cadia, and has been the guest of honor at several delightful recep tions. Arcadia News. Interesting Service at , Presbyterian Church Rev. W. S. Patterson preached a very interesting Bermon at the First Presbyterian church yesterday. One AUDITORIUM THtATRE Oh, you 13th! They say it's un lucky, but look at this 13th show, a la-la-la-zu-zu from beginning to end. Start the week right by attending the Auditorium tonight. Happiness is the best thing in life and here is where the bubbles of joy are manu factured. 4 FEATURE REELS 4 AND VAUDEVILLE HOW REUBEN FOOLED THE BANDITS A Keystone Scream HE GOT HIS WAY Another comedy feature THE GIRL IN THE SHACK A western thriller BAPTIST CHURCH CALLS REV. WALLACE WEAR The First Baptist church of this city yesterday morning issued a call to Rev. Wallace Wear, of Louis ville, Ky. This gentleman visited Lakeland three weeks ago and made a most favorable impression on both the members of this church and the public generally. He has been un usually successful in his work in Louisville and it is hoped that he REV. WALLACE WEAR. -I will decide to accent. The church ' here offered him a salary of $1,800 a year, which is one of the best pay ing pastorates in Florida, and that he will measure up to all that has been said of him by those closely as sociated with him for years, the Tel egram feels sure, and Lakeland, as a whole, assures Rev. Wear of a most hearty welcome should he decide to come among us. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McRae have returned from their bridal trip, which included various points on the west coast. Mr. Oscar M. Eaton, mayor of the growing city of Lakeland, was a bus iness visitor to Ocala Friday. Mayor Eaton says that Lakeland is growing at a remarkably rapid rate, and all kinds of industries are prospering. This applies especially to newspaper and job printing establishments. He says that Editor Hetherington of the Telegram has one of the most com plete printing establishments in any town of the size of Lakeland to be found anywhere, and that it simply grew on his hands. Editor Ilether- of the most pleasing features of the service was a vocal number, "Save (Us, O God" (A. Ranbeggar), sun most effectively Groover. by Miss Suella REPORTER. Musical Saturday Afternoon Mrs. W. D. Holland, who has a studio at the Lakeland Business Col lege, gave a musical Saturday after noon at which time the following program was carried out: Le Secret-Frances Holland, Louise Rogers, Nell Booth. Child Song Beatrice Pickard. Picking Flowers Maud Wilson. A 'Frolic Ellen Watson. First Violets (duet) Maud Sut ton, Mrs. Holland. The Fair Celine Berry. Playing for Grandpa Maggie Jones. Robin Waltz Cleo Weeks. Birthday March Flossie Lee Sloan, Maud Wilson, Ellen Watson. St. Paul's Waltz Dorris Winn. The Carnival Maybel Mathias. The Hay Ride Rozel Stevson. Merry Mood Frances Holland. Dress Parade March Carrie Jack son, Louise Rogers, Aline Berry. THE LEGEND OF SNOW A beautiful drama VAUDEVILLE THE THREE BUSIE SISTERS In brand new acts; singing, comedy and dancing. The dainty little sis ter act that always pleases. DOORS OPEN AT 6 O'CLOCK MUSIC BY THE PEERLESS AUDI T0RIUM ORCHESTRA Jack and Gill Went down the hill To Lake Mirror for some water But on the way They were delayed IntheAuditorium for an hour and three quarters. 'TWAS A KEYSTONE THAT DID IT JUST ARRIVED Two Carloads Red Cedar Shingles BRICK Corrugated Iron LIME BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY M"KMmHh$kmm4m!''W' ington also has a very fine building. The Telegram and its prosperous ca reer is only one index pointing to the upbuilding of Lakeland. Ocala Ban ner. Dr. and Mrs. Earle n. McRae have arrived in Lakeland from New York City and are guests of, the former's father, Mr. W. D. McRae and fam ily. Dr. McRae has been head sur geon in the French hospital in New York, but has resigned this position and will probably locate at some point in South Florida, preferring to make a home in this State rather than in a crowded city. His wife is a very charming and beautiful young woman and is fast making friends who will make her stay here a most pleasant one. They will be in Lake land for several weeks. Mr. J. F. Crutchlield and family leave this week for an extended trip. They will go first to St. Matthews, S. C, where they have relatives and also property interests. From there they will visit in Greensboro, N. C, and later go to North Wilkesboro in the mountains, where Mrs. Crutch field will spend the summer. Mr. Crutchfield In the meantime will go East, visiting points in Maryland and West Virginia, where he has or chard interests. They will return to Lakeland Sept. 1. A Drop of Printers Ink Makes Thousands Think. Wonderful The growth of our busi ness has been wonderful. Why? Experienced Help, which means Good Work, Good Service and at the best prices. Flynn Does It Right Lakeland Dry Cleaning PLANT PHONES 405-298 Cor. Pine and North Tennessee We Clean Kid Gloves, all kinds, all lengths, etc. THE PALMS 1 OWNED BY LAKELAND MILITARY BAND W. R. WILLIAMS, MGR. Tonight's Program 3 REELS 3 THE TWINS' DOUBLE A startling melodrama Our program Saturday night adver tising a good show, a good show in large type, and believe us it was a good show. The house was just packed, everyone was tickled. The Palms is catering to the host people in town and they are coming. SCREAM, SCREAM, SCREAM! Nix on the scream; we have orderly people at our place. Come tonight; see a good show; hear good music b our celebrated 8 piece-orchestra. Get the habit, follow the crowd to the PALMS PHONE 40 0 M'Sm'o Headquarters for Qold Rings Our large stock of Solid Gold Rings entitles us to announce our selves as Headquarters for Ring Buyers. The famous W. W, W. is the best made. Come to see them whether you are ready to buy or not Conner & O'steen Next Door to P. O. 1 When You Are Getting Married Let us have your order for the wedding station ery. It will be right in every particular. Calling cards and engraved let terheads are also in our line. THE BOOK STORE Weddings Fine selection of the latest designs in Sterling Silber made by Gorham, Alvin and Whiting Mfg. Co. "None Better Made" f Cut Glass from Pairpoint Corp., Hawkes and Clark. Also the Popular Hand Tainted China Remember the Gold Initial China in 100 piece dinner set- H. C. STEVENS JEWELER Cameo Jelvelry We have just received from our importer one of the larg est shipments of Cameos in Pendants, Brooches, La Valleirs, Rings, and Tie Pins ever shown in Lakeland. "A Pleasure to Show Goods" COLE S HULL Jewelers and Optometrists. Lakeland. Fla. CEMENT PLASTER SHINGLE STAINS M,tMjOos&'&4i";'--4 & X I A Phone 369.