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1MB gvaCNQ TCTJOTHAM, LAKELAND, FLA., SATURDAY, AUG. 31, 1918
SOUTHEASTERN SOLDIER PLEASES
KING AT ROYALTY PANCAKE FEAST
IN LONDON Y. ML C. I EAGLE HUT
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Plenty Trains Assured
State For Tourists
Wiseacres Make Predictions About
Coming Season
King George and Queen Mary 'saw how American corn-cakes were
nd8 and also sampled them. Not only that, but they saw how American
flgaters conquer the delicacy. Here you see royalty emerging from their
rst encounter with the favorite American breakfast delight. It would al
most seem they were viewing the Marines and Sailors as though wondering
1 this ia the food on which they grow so husky.
King George missed the best part of the recent pancake treat at Lon
don Eagle Hut he didn't turn 'em personally. Everyone else Is doing it
now, putting an extra edge on their appetites by manipulating the flipper.
The six Y. M. C. A. cake-bakers were on the verge of prostration after
serving 6,124 American soldiers and sailors with pancakes in the first fif
teen days' rush on this pet edible, when a hut secretary had a happy
thought. He induced the pancake fiends not only to bake their own, but
also to demonstrate with the batter and turner for their hungry buddies.
The idea went big, especially as the "Y" retails two man's size cakes with
appropriate maple syrup both for sixpence.
A Tennessee boy made a big hit with King George when the latter
strode into the room where the royalty was assembled.
"They tell me the king is here," remarked the Tennesseean, "and I
want to shake hands with the head of this beautiful country."
The king gave the Tennessee boy a hearty handshake and inquired
as to the state in America from which he came.
GEORGIA MAN GASSED AT FRONT
a Red Triangle worker, has been given honorary mention for having dis
Played splendid coolness and bravery when gassed in a "Y" hut during
LmThTT.? He 19 DW reCVertns and has -ritten back
from the front: , gue88 no one is afraid to pay the price if Pessary-
(St. Petersburg Times.)
The assurance from Washington" to
Florida hotel men that there will be
no material curtailment of railway
service this winter is the latest fac
tor in the daily Central avenue dis-
jcussions of the coming tourist season.
This .together with tho
v i u,i.a
recently granted, lead, many to think j
,that Florida will have a big season
I The severity of the past two winters
in the north, the scarcity of coal and
(the financial prosperity of the north
ern States are all cited as favorable
factors.
The only note of pessimism comes
from those who believe that the new
draft, which will include men from
18 to 45, will so upset business and j
family arrangements that many thou
sands will not come on that accoun.
One man said yesterday:
I "The Indications are that the bis
registration will be held on Septem
ber 5 although if it is possible that
: congressional delays In passing the
pending bill will delay the event be
yond that date. In any event the end
of September will probably see the
12.000,000 men, who are expected to
register in the new draft, classified. I
understand the government expects
to get about 2,500,000 Class 1 men
irom.this number. This will mean
that millions of families will have to
, rearrange their business and eco
nomic status. I believe this will keep
many at home who otherwise would
come."
j Another prominent business man
j pointed out, however, that a great
majority of the people coming here
j are elderly and are usually retired
ifrom business. He inclined to the
(belief that there would be a big
crowd In spite of the draft.
I The announcement has been made
from Washington by the Associated
Press that Director General McAdoo
i bas assured a delegation of hotel menj
I that Florida will have ample hotel
accommodations.
AFTER BENEFITS
FOR FRUIT MEN
Railroad Commission Secures
moval of Minimum Charge
On Citrus Fruits
Re-
ILOMPA CONFERENCE WESLEY
j BIBLE CLASS FEDERATION
FLORIDA'S OPPORTUNITIES
KEEP GROWING
Florida's ship building activties
shown in a recent report sent out
from Washington are not so bad.
Upp to July 1 contracts had been
placed by the shipping board with
the yards at Pensacola, Tampa and
Jacksonville for sivty-eight ships
with a total tonnage of 435,000 tons
and at a cost of $66,818,840.
Since that date a number of other
contracts have been let to Florida
ship builders, Tarpon Springs getting
one contract for a million dollars'
worth of boats, and Miami being
given a fine start In the ship build
ing part of the war-work with the
contracts for barges and light-draft
ooats. All or this means
2, and
The Wesley Bible Class Federation
of the Florida Conference of the M.
E. church, South, will hold its fourth
annual session in the First Methodist
church, Tampa, Fla., Oct. 1,
increase in the number and extent of 3, 1918.
the states industries means addition-, This Federation includes in Its
al opportunity for every wide awake membership all the Wesley Bible
man.-Mlaml Metropolis, jcla88es ln P,orIda from th(J Chatta;
hoochee river to Key West.
FLORIDA STATE FAIR CATALOGUE i It is expected that the attendance
this year will be larger, both, ln the
The Florida Ralrlroad commission
will continue to endeavor to have the
$15 minimum charge removed from
short-haul shipments of crate mater
ials in time for the benefit to be de
rived during the coming shipping
season.
R. Hudson Burr, chairman of the
commission, In a letter from Talla
hassee to growers and shippers of
citrus fruits, says:
"The commissioners are just in re
ceipt of the following telegram from
uirecior rrouty with reference to
cm petition of June 15, in which we
asked for the modification of the rail
road administration's order No. 28,
assessing a minimum charge of $15
per car on all movements of carload
traffic, with reference to citrus fruits
to packing houses, crate material,
and other commodities in which Flor
ida shippers are directly interested:
"Washington, D. C, Aug. 24, 1918.
"It. Hudson B,urr, chairman,
" 'Railroad Commission,
"Tallahassee, Fla.:
" 'Substantial relief afforded on no.
tition of June 15, and am handline bv
wire exemption J15 minimum on cit-
trus fruit shipments. Am afraid it
will be impossible to exempt crate
material.
""C A. PROUTY. Dirfirinr '
"This ia the result of our etition of
June 15, which was personally car
ried to Washington and nlarnd ho.
fore Director Prouty, and which was
tne subject of later ersonal confer
ence with railroad administration of
ficials in Washington. The commis
sioners will not allow the matter
rest here, but will redouble thntr of.
forts to have the $15 minimum charge
removed from short haul shipments
of crate material."
I Complete Stock of j
j Fancy Groceries j
and j
f Choice Meats
Are Always Carried Here.
Fresh Vegetables and Chickens
WHEN OBTAINABLE j
Our line of Canned Goods is the
Best in the World. Ask for our
Prices
We pride ourselves on our Service
Let us Serve lou
E.G. Tweedell
-PHONE 69
Jiff
been experienced ty the subsistence
division of the Quartermaster Corps
in obtaining the quantity and quality
I desired. About 200,000 pounds of
lemon drops are used each month
SOLDIERS LIKE LEMON DROPS
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The Florida State Fair catalogue for number of clflRana mnroanntori arA In
the exhibition, Nov. 27 to Dec. 6 of this the number of delegates who attend,
year, has Just been received from the than any former meeting of the or
printer and is ready for distribution 'ganization.
to all-who will write to or call on1 Tha entire ctv nt Tmn i-
the State Fair Association for a copy, ested in this occasion; and is co
Most of the 125 attractively printed operating with the leaders ' m the
pages are devoted to the premium movement In their efforts to make the
list which is both extensive and Com- nifififlnir a proof
iprenensiTe this year. Premiums of- cd-oneration of n rBHr. nt ma .
fered, cash, cups, medals and ribbons 'per is requested. Rev. E. Hightower
u.c IU 6.COi yroiusion ior tne carry- and Rev. J. L. Neill, from Nashville,
ing away by successful exhibitors. Tenn., will be two of the speakers at
They cover a wide ranee nf reran ia tho cv, .!.. i m
more , . -uia,,luu lu iauilu,.
money for Florida, and more money SStTli T' Th 8e88,on9 w111
is all that Is needed to keep Florida's VrTa !' T ' ?T ther each morn,nB' and at 2:30 and 7:30
general development rushing Vol nd 1 Th , ,Corn C,ubs each eoon and evening.
ward. ror,nd pig clubs, live stock in all stand-, The last period in each morning
Or1 llnonnn JnI in . ...
If these well-paid workmen are . Z,! .1' T CRtue; "n and the evening hours will be
wise they will manage to buy Z'.ZlT, i . p. ana glven to in8Pional addresses by
Florida land. If Florida farmers are aZ V , V the vl8it,n "Pers.
TJ industrL T Z tTd VZ St' T"? T' each Wes
Florida farms. And if farmers T TTZJ? ? "f ,n ley Bible Clasa ,n thls 8ectIon 18 to
other states are wise, they win come cwul "Tu' V"ed t0 th,s meet,n
tn FirM. i. I "uf. T Gir,s and Bo'8 Poultry Club of Flor- Tampa is makin lar nrBm.ti
erL w h;?,rd department' and ,a8t ior the visiting delegates; and will
and con-
About 200,000 Pounds Being Supplied
) Army Bach Month
The War Department
following
Lemon drops are so nonnlar in
Army that considerable difficulty has
at the present time, constituting about.
15 per cent of the amount of candy
furnished to the army.
At the beginning of the war it was
found that most of the lemon drops
being manufactured for the commer
cial market were not adaDtable for
use in the army. Most of these lemon
drops were made of glucose and in
ferior and imitation fruit flavors.
The lemon drops now being sun
plied to the Army are made of pure
granulated sugar and are flavored
with an emulsion made from the rind
of the lemon. It is found that an
extra sour lemon drop is the favor-
itew 1th the soldiers. The product
made from the formula used has the
thirst-quenching quality of lemonads.
Agents of the government have sue
ceeded in shipping car loads of fooil
fish In excellent condition from the
Gulf coast as far north as Nashville,
Louisville and Indianapolis.
TO Florida to have n ah am In
big returns that can be itathorort k... ... . : ' . "
from a pronerlv cultivate T" "T " "T"-. education- arrange for their comfort
land in 'this Sunshine. Stale. K I.,T 11 ? ta..Mp while in the city.
vr.uiu will nji-eive special attention, j
"A True War Story"
By DOROTHY CANFIELD
miss "La Pharmacienne" in Pictorial
Review for September. It deals with
the heroism of a little French woman, the
wife of a drug-store keeper. When he went
to war the Germans came. What they did
in his village and how his brave wife saved
the whole town makes a remarkable story.
And it's true.
Pictorial Review
FOR SEPTEMBER
On Sale Now
This week workmen put down sev
eral of the bridge piling on the Pal
metto side of the river for "the new
bridge across the Manatee river, con
necting Bradentown and Palmetto.
This is welcome news and it is hoped
it will not be so long until work is
pushed and the two cities connected
with this much-needed improvement
One new farm tractor has wheels
equipped with radiating legs, which
enter the ground and grip it, while
another literally walks on skids
the ends of four legs.
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