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THE EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA., FRIDAY. MAY 10, 1913
Lakeland Laconics otott leaven tomorrow apt. wb,-t: :;: "X' ; Camp vvneeier, auer inuaoaui . ot hid home here. His i.irh Huem ..i-Aa ore always glad to ace iridium - ' ' their only regret Is that his . are too snori. Golf Tournament Yesterday Was Great Success ' The Golf Tournament at the Lake land Golf course yesterday afternoon, imi uupaieu in by golfers and their non-playing friends, was a great suc cess, and much enjoyed by all pres ent. Players were present from all ov er the county and each one hrnnp-ht guest, who had never played golf be- f ; . i- ... . . . The Epworth League of the First uict fhUTCn Will eujuy a Duumi i -u e." uc- etboaibt tuuiv, i fere, with whom hQ nio,, .u 4, home of Mr uu. illff AH IUOUIUCIO uu ... ouW like to become memoers are -j!nv invited. UQNGSESSHM DRANt CALLS ATTENTION TO RICH DEPOSIT OF YELLOW OCHRE IN THIS DM. C. E. POTTS. IN WILDS OF N. C. WRITES HIS MOTHER TO WRITE IF WAR ENDS SO HE'LL HEAR ABOUT IT Mr and Mrs. Guy Wilson and chll j Mrs. Kate Booth left today r jIavrn Beach to spend the ween- nd enjoying .the fine sun naming. in Tanrna by Miss- nev - - pcia and Claire uonacker wno nt to tne ucm . in workers i the coming Red -noicm and all Dersons in- ross uu"t"o erested in this work, are cordially -vited to attend a. meeting at the ... , Tt.Q ct i n'niock tomorrow at- rV,ti time nians will AC ernoon, t -. v Vpfl(i l, I - " iJ'lllUMUUI U Ullll XJ. 11 afternoon. The first Drize. driver rOJ ' ...... ua nuu by Clarence Smith and a golf ball by AiDert smith. The second prize, a brassie, was won by w. H. Tucker, of Nichols, and a golf ball by P. H. Fuller. Third prize, a mid iron, was won by R. N. Bryan. Nichols, and a go'f ball by R. B. Fuller. The prizes were contributed bv President B. E. Betts. Messrs. L. M. Cottman, Burdette Loomis, and C. E. Todd. Those playing were (paired as member and guest) ; C. E. Todd and L. L. Bean, of Fort 68. Bloom, Mrs. Hawkins has received an in teresting letter from her son, C. E. Potts, who left Lakeland several months ago with a bunch of selects, and who Is now in Company A, lObtn TCnelneers Regiment, located at Sun- hurst, N. C. This is in the prottiest imrt of the North Carolina mountains, -heine about 23 miles west of Ashe- Iville. We repreduce the letter for the for the many vv. Mr md Mrs. L.' C. DeMilley and j ; 1 Mr an ' t v ri.,1, m. Mansfield and Mai. T children ana i. v,.. n.u.tow 7S rA over, to Green Springs this i03 u""w, - 1 L m , , 'Clark's car Mr w- w- chase and C C. Hanson morning in Mrs. .Clarfcs car wr. ..i.m.. will remain only, tor tne week-end, but the ladies will spen-i t'ue next two weeks there. Those Lakeland High School grad uates chose some rich subjects for ent orations. "Ove:" ! mew V.UUI...V.. the Top," and "Keep the Home Fires Burning" and "Carry On," and "Effi ciency" and "What Counts," were all handled with originality and with ap preciation of the big values.-Miami Metropolis. "Rev. R. E. Nowlin has returned from an extended stay in Tennessee, where he was called by the illness of his son-in-law. Mr. Nowlin reports Tennessee farmers rolling in money, hut all are rather discouraged now owing to help being short, due to the draft of so many young men. Billy Moore and W. E. Arthur Ft Meade, 76. ! Loug Smith and Short Smith, 60. C. II. Williams and Dr. Letters, 6S. W. S. King and Hoscoe Skipper, 78. Auton Schneider and C. B. Aucuth, Brewster, 84. R. P. Thornton and John Payne, Brewster, 69. W. S. Washburn and J. 0. Tylee, Brewster, 61. P. H. Fuller and W. II. Tucker, Nichols, 61. R. B. Fuller and R. N., Bryan, Nichols. 61 J. S. Jewett and W. H. Ott, 73. L. M. Cottman and J. Holbrook, Bartow, 85. , Clifford Mansfield and E. L. Mack, Bartow, 79. Burdette L. Loomis and G. H. Mc- Peck Mr. Raymond Fuller, who has been 'Coy, Tira,U. L .. o t a ; Capt.iJ.rW. Keel and S. L. in tne omces oi aire a.. . " - today, to "be the -week-end guests of at their home on South Florida ave- Dlt i t hiaiuanow, o Llie. Mr. Tliier is reiunuub The Tampa Times of last night con tained the following dispatch from Washington: , South Florida has a chance to get a new industry as a result of war needs and thanks to the fact that gen erous Nature has given to one spot in the First Congressional district a very rich deposit of yellow ochre, Congressman Herbert J. Drane of roi.-i.i i,D noiiai tha attention nf interest it will have the federal authorities to this deposit, 'friends of the writer: urging that it be worked to meet a Sunburst, N. C. May 7th, 1918. need for paint ingredients. De" Mtneri . i-r om t inii after Your letter of the 3rd received to uia tiiLii iiicvi.ivii v.viniib j M chrome yellow had been. taken off the night. Sure was glad to near iroin explosives list in .response to earnest you, I am getting on um. !f nf.nmr. didn't write you yesterday (feunday) irMCnfUUHHM13 VI JJO,lUl iinniuiuviu. I - J If era is expected to prove of considera- like I promised, but, Gus and myseir o.oomt ln thn noint tmrte. went to Canton, Saturday aiternoon, V. 11V l U 1 U ft V- 111 V 11 1 11 .V v v- ... T l. ..iirt nlrrflf V O The Florida deposit has been sub- and stayea until ouuuaj .6"v. inntorl t ,r,r otint anolvalQ BVlH thfl fi'Bll H reftl niCC timC. It IS TlOt Ii VGTY Q, tott it lnree nlace. but the people sure treat i, ..i!m . u ..in h Af mi soldier nice. There was a carnival irt ( KMiiir;u nidi u iii "v- o- . ,,o,,f.,t f niiMMh anH lino- there, and of course, we had to take IlllllllUUVlUIC V'i uuiiinuu I 1. J- , hunt in. We cot a room at the best R'UIIIS, I " . ... . . , , j tn oovnntv-flve cents. 1 Representative urane oi L.aKeianu, r.uitu wuV - .- i- .hi. ,.nw nnhre de- think 1 will ko to Waynesville my posit is located, has' been working next trip, it is only thirteen miles I ...... . t m!ok I horo mifl i:iVOO. IS uuiwucu wun tne icaerai buvci uuicut u;ui,io --. 'hoHovin.7 thn it will he of esnecial here and thcro. So you see I am go !..i.. ! ,it, .i,vv, wivtnsr inc to have lots of places to go im.,ot moctir. onnniv tn Wp. are setting on real well witn L.. .. Lnr new work, it is a little hard, but I ii ii uiu wiift'Joii;u v.v.1 ivvi j i Tho vinririn Hnnnait ts nn wild land f In at. do enough to get by on. that has never been cultivated and Oh yes, I have a little real news that was never supposed to be of any for you, I have been promoted to great value. Drane has had the yellow corporal, and, of course, will get a ochre carefully tested by the best raise per month, which, of course, I chemists who have pronounced it of won't object to. ovrmHnnnl nimHtv ITnil a letter from Lewie today. The development of this property Thev nra preparing to leave waco has been delayed, Drane says, by the for charlotte, so you see we won't . ... . I . , rm.. fact that water-transportation is not foe very far from eacn ouier. mw available and there is no railroad are preparing to make that an army transportation to this section of Flor- camp at Waco, and the aviators will irta. He says, however, that a short an be transferred to some other line connection will be established piace. within 18 months. He believes that Haye not near(i from George since the federal government will co oper- h(J wa8 called to ttie colors. Wish ate for development of the deposit. would call up his mother and get his address for me, and I want you to send me my kodak, with stand and flnM UriV Tn flllDC all that goes with it. Can use it al UUUU lIHl IU UUllL rlEht while we are out here, we are DDA PfDMlUICM expecting to be here three months norhana inneer. there are one Si AHVANPFn hundred and seventy-five of us here The Tremont Hotel HAS ROOMS FOR RENT DURING THE SUMMER AT YOUR PRICE. TO' SECURE THE BEST YOU SHOULD CALL AT ONCE ASrHESE ROOMS WILL NOT REMAIN VACANT LONG. WE NEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED THE ROOM. REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE THE COOLEST PLACE IN LAKELAND, AND EVERY HOTEL ACCOM-DATION. RutherTord HEREAFTER THE SILVER PALACE WILL GO UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF RUTHERFORD'S. THE NAME, WHEREVER YOU SEE IT, WILL INDICATE THAT IT IS A SYNOMYM FOR FAIR DEALING, COURTEOUS TREATMENT, THE BEST SERVICE AND MEANS THE OPENING OF A HIGH-CLASS SHOP, WHICH WILL MEAN MUCH TO LAKELAND CITI ZENS. WE WILL BE READY TO SERVE DAINTY LUNCHES HOME COOKED, DELICACIES, CATER TO WEDDINGS, PARTIES AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS, WITH THE BEST ICE CREAM IN LAKELAND. OUR ROOM IS COOL AND ARTIS ' TIC, AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AT ALL HOURS. WE IN VITE YOUR CO-OPERATION. t Rutherford's randa Rays, Luler Durrance, J. Z. French, Mrs. Mary Gun, Mrs. Ella Henderson, Mrs. William Hamlin, Mollie Griffin, Miss Hellon Loscon. iiwrs. Jane McLeod, Miss Genevieve Martin, Allie Morgan, Mabel Moncref, Miss Annie Miller, Mrs. Eva Newman, virhnia Oreon or Agnes L. Foster, Mrs. I. C. Wood, Lula Williams, Mrs Jessie Williams, Miss Annie Wilson. NEW SOUTHERN HOTEL I have moved from the Orange Ho e! to the Lakeland Hotel, 301 North Kentucky avenue, now "The New louthern." I have thoroughly reno- ated the building and invite the public's patronage, making this hotel the travellers' home. 7469 T. R. TINDAL, Prop. home in Orlando a"fter a season in St. Petersburg. successful THRIFT STAMP TOURNAMENT ON rTlIURSDAT, MAY 16, 191S, AT 2 P. M. Rev. and Mrs. C. I. Stacy and two daughters, accompanied by Mary Louise Boulware, left 'this morning for Green Springs, where Mrs. Stacy and the girls will remain for the next two weeks, having rented a cottage there. Dr. Stacy will return in time for Sunday and will leve Monday for Oklahoma, where he goes to attend the General Preshytery. Home Guards should not forget the Guard Mount drill tonight.. Capt. Jones will drih the man in -the tactics they will have to go through on Sun day at the Battalion ami at Fort Meade. Private LeVay went before the City Commissioners at their re cent meeting and secured the lightin? of the ball park, where'the drill will be held. The men are to meet as usual in front of the armory at 3 o'clock sharp. In Society Mrs. t. A. Cole to Entertain At Dinner This Evening: In Honor of Her Father, Dr. II. H. O'Neal Mrs. C. A. Cole will be the bo.st . nt 9 fi o'clock dinner given this evening at her home overlooking Lakel Morton, the affair being in ceienra- tion of the birthday of her father, ur. u H O'Neal. The table will be neaumuny All engineers. . And mama, I wani you to go down to the Evening Tele- n it -nr inron nf n ( Knirrn eram omce unu iinc -" .o Ml. . . ... uu uu,.., ' . ...... .u. WTa dnn'l Florida avenue, hands us a recent sent to me at urn. ouuCD. ,.Yu---copy of the Memphis Commercial have anything to read out here. In viitnrtftl rase the war should happen to end, tyHtcai, in. n" ... i based on the suggestion of Mr. Jor- you would have to write and let me dan's brother to United States Sena- know about it. tor McKellar that all German pympa- Will close for this time. Answer thizers be sent back to Germany. This soon. ar- appears the best solution of the mat ter we have heard yet, and so it ap peared to the Senator, who referred the sueeestion to the War Depart ment. The editorial follows: "Mr. J. P. Jordan has struck at the crux of the solution of the propa ganda against America by the pro-Germans. "Mr. Jordan writes to Senator Mc Your son, C. E. POTTS, Company A. 106 Engineers Reg. The.U ? u-i oa tn- .-en-lKellar and suggests that an expartri- mgefl'T!T n ' a birth ation bill be passed by Congress that terpiece i and the present year wrought in viol- lets and asparagus fern. bits, wm." gUeSts on this occasion will be Dr and Mrs. H. H. O'Neal. ' Mrs. L. D. Lowe and Rev. and Mrs. J. Edgar wuson. CASINO TONIGHT I 4 ( (ill ALICE bRADY t world Picture. Script Dance at Elks Home Tills Evcnintr There will be a script dance at the .. txo tnnieht. beginning at o'clock. The public is cordially in- vited. . NOTICE .ii nf First Methodist The children of nm Sunday school are requested to be at the urch tomorrow afternoon at jour o'clock for. Children, hearsal. nil nersons who sympathize with Ger many will be sent to Germany tree oi charge. The allies would guaran tee safe conduct. "Mr. Jordan assumes that the kais er would be willing to take these back. This assumption Is violent. The kais er has a serene contempt for any Ger man who has taken up citizenship in any other country, but the law would rut the issue squarely up to the pro Germans and they could prove their faith hy their deeds. "As a matter of fact not one In a thousand Germans would go back. "Tho vast majority of the people or German blood xin this country came to America to escape persecution, op pression and robbery under the form o! the law. In this country they have prospered $nd they are content. "The most rabid pro-Germans are .f. havn never been in Ger- .,,t Ti:uTl7vRS " Itnsny or left there when they were so KNH.Hl ir.'n TiiMGIIT !. that thev know nothing fibou HI .ur.r. " jiui., FURNITURE AT AUCTION IN COWDERY STORE BUILDING (On Main Street) TOMORROW, SATURDAY, nt 1:30 p TOMORROW (SATURDAY) AT 1:30 P. M. Buffet, dining table, 2 refrigerators. kitchen cabinet, 2 kitchen tables, fire- less cooker, Iron bed and springs, 4 mnttreHses. chiffonier. 2 dressers, vmshstand, stand, 2 rugs, clothes bas ket tnh. 100 feet hose, lawn mower. chairs, dishes, kitchen utensils, etc. Also splendid disappearing typewrit- fioak with 4 drawers on sldo anu chafr. B. II. HARXLY. Auctioneer 7476 Day re- rnnrlitions , ...I,,, of the Knights ...The naturalized Herman wno :.... A MChdd tonight at 7:30. L Mn country after spending his TrmP 1 Knight Templar degree. !young manhood in Germany wan s no Work in the Rnigi , , He renounmi him All who wish to la hantlzed child renounces PIANO AT AUCTION IN COWDERY BUILDING " TOMORROW SATURDAY, ATI ISO P.M. I will sell a Cadillac Auto Player llano tomorrow in connection with my sale of furniture in tho Cowdery building. 7476 B. H. HARXLY, Auctioneer. ? on t Millinery j I Now In Progress 1 1 I Travelling Hats Now Reduction UNCLAIMED LETTERS ALICE BRADY In THE SPURS OF SYBIL A11 who wn io arp arted as the baptized gree at Bar he , ce pre- cnASE his pomps." Eminent Commander. Also YENGEANCE AND THE AVOMAN 6c and 15c Closing Out Sale 10 lTaIsorted crochet BA-VrnN. 90 CENTS GOODS A" 1 " . Aiiiton Mrs. 4e rreen M S. Ten. Ave. Phone 176 Green Letters held in the General Deliver of the postoffice at Lakeland, Fla., and advertised for the week ending May 2, 1918. Parties calling for same will advertised and give the date: Men's List Willie Boyd, ohn Blvlns, Thomas Barber, Henry Brakson, J. M. Butler, J. R. Consel,- H. T.' Floyd, Thomas Fulton, Sidney Graham, T. N. Hewitt, c Tacken. E. B. Jefferies, Marvin Crawn, E. C. Lisle, J. F. Lockwood r r T7. 1. Hf;il in A , . . fl.rcn MCLiey, rinuiv anno, i . . V.'e have several 8econa-nBOu . NpBr j. H. Pellonh. inf. machines that are in good cond!- h q mm ton. If you want a bargain, call ana .R Q Ragnen, Joha Rackard. ret satisfied. w H Ricketson, N. D. Robson, Mr. ;tr?402 FLORIDA FUKMUJWSi w- !canford. A. C. Smith A. B. Tlbbetts, W. A. Wilson SPECIAL NOTICE New Summer Dresses Arriving Daily WANTED Two sober and Industri ous colored men with small fam ..... j farm work at Valrico. men i u Women's List '. Mrs. 8arah H, Mrs. Leila Atkins, Alnana Black. Mr. and Mrs. Robert La MODE Mrs. H. Logan, Prop. ",L . . n tw, mrt F;rice. Mrs. B. B. Barco, Mrs. Ro- Vla nniV 31 KOtini i. iry tia. aii j Barr,, Mrs A. O. Burnett. Ma- Lakeland, Gla. , 1 TOMORROW-DOUGLAS FAIRBANKj TRT li r-"ir pAINTrD POST '