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THE EVENING TELEGRAM. LuuLLLAND, FLA., MONDAY, JlNE 2, 1919919
paqb mi Ate: he .fiss Maud Miller arrived Saturday r0m Atlanta. Ga., and is spending a eek most pleasantly witn ner mom- , Mrs. A. E. Miller ana iamny. lames Boulware returned Saturday Lm Davidson College, Davidson, N. to the pleasure 01 nis many lends. The Episcopalians are holding a Layer service every Sunday evening t six o'clock, and the music is neing p" ... - ;.v,oi hv the children or tne hurch. Mr. and Mrs. C, F.- Bo wen lef tday for a month's visit to their old me in Cincinnati. While away Mr. Ind Mr- Bowen, win auena me uu rial ceremonial of the Mystie i i.l ; i hrine, whlcn is 10 ue new m iu- ianapolis June 11-", Lakeland Laconics m PnnM mill K.i I Priends oi i"r' -,U1CC" uc rested to learn ne " meu Slonticello. Fla. ... tj Cnrtla retiirnfrt Pntnr. ReV. " . """ rht from uoiuuiuus, im, wuero ent to officiate at the wedding of sister. Mr. and rMs. Burnwell Fuller of Nichols are the parents of a lovely little daughter, Sarah Seward, born yesterday. Mr3 . John Staten. is enjoying a vis it from her father, Capt. John Sims who is'down from Valdosta on a ten days' visit. In memory of Jefferson Davis the United Daughters of the Confederacy will entertain the Confederate Veter ans at a luncheon to be held tomor row at 12 o'clock in the Men's Bible Class of. the First Methodist church Mr. G. E. Cumbee went up to tafiksoiivuie oaiuiuuy vjucio ,uc mo Irs. Cumbee who had been visitin? datives in Thomasville. Ga., the hast month. They enjoyed tne natn- ,lE vesterdav at Pablo Beach, return- ng home today 7 Information has been received here that Conductor J. M. Larisey. of Charleston. S. C- has been elected fifth vice president of the National Order of Railway Conductors. Mr. Larisey is a personal friend of Con ductors H. H. Register. V. H. Hur sey and Plric Hugenin, of this city. Dr. J. P. Getzen and wife have gone up to Fort White, where on Wednesday Dr. Getzen will act as best man at the wedding of his broth er. Mr. Gilder Getzen. to a charming young lady from South Carolina. Dr. and Mrs. Getzen will return to Lake land Thursday. J. W. SAMPLE HOST AT BANQUET HERE SATURDAY EVENING Miss Florence Conibear, one of our Kh school teachers, left Wednesday fternoon for her home at Lakeland. er many Ocala friends will be sorry learn that she will not return to . CLn . .i w .1 o-.-v (calii nexl lerm. sue ciicib iu 6" New York in the fall to take a spe- ..... . - i ial course in dietetics at uoiuminu niversity. Ocala Banner. Mr. F. W. Barber and son. K. J.. Jr., left last night, for Georgia, where Ihey go to witness the initiation into the Shriners of Rev. Barber, father ol' Mr. F. W. Barber. Dr. W. B. Moon and Mrs. Shell ut. a trained nurse, who were ac- omnanying Mrs. A. B. Bigelow to her home in Creston, Iowa, returned o Lakeland yesterday, Mrs. Bigelow i in r laving died at JacKSonvme. mis. Sigelow, who was 651 years of age, nas apparently getting alng aicely ird it was when the party were in he act of having her removed from he train . that she suddenly passed way. She was in a- very critical late when she left here, but her Jnisband wished to iry, to get her ack to hti home. The latter accom panied the remains u their iar'. rest ing place. Mr. and MrS. C. S. Cox ltyivr to night for DeLarid. where they do to attend the graduation of their son. and from there they go lo Iheir home in Minnesota, returning to Lakeland early' next fall. A very pleasant feature in connec tion with the celebration here on Sat urday o fthe tenth anniversary of the Florida Citrus Exchange- was a banquet given Saturday night by Mr. J. W. Sample to the party which went to California when the Exchange was being planned, to study exchange methods in that state. There were twenty in the original party, and of this number fifteen were guests of Mr. Sample at a magnifi cent spread at Buchanan's Restaur ant Saturday night. Two sent regrets, and three, we understand, have been called by death during the ten years that have intervened between this journey and Saturday night's reunion. After an appreciative discussion ot the excellent menu. Mr. J. W. Sam- pie. acting as toast-master, called on the guests for short impromptu talks, and nearly every person responded with some witty and felicitous re marks. Especially were the remln incences of those who made this memorable trip to California ex tremely enjoyable to those who look back on it so pleasantly, and even to those who did not belong to the party but who were honored with an ir. vital ion to be present. Those who enjoyed the pleasures of this delightful affair were Mi. J. W, Sample, and daughter. Miss Ruth, of Haines City; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Walker, and Mr. Frank Kay Ander son, Bartow; Mrs. Eugene Holsiir gor, Col. and Mrs. Tom Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gray. Mr. Edgar A. Wright, editor Florida Grower. Tampa; Mr. A. H. Thomas, the Ex change auctioneer of New York city; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thompson, Florence Villa; W. S. Hart. Hawk's Park; B. S. Borland. Ft. Myers; Mr Warner. I'alatka; Mr. E. M. Patter son, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hetherlng- ton. Lakeland. Mr. II. M. Senior aud wife leave tomorrow in their car for their home in Holyoke, Mass., going first to Washington, to see their son, who is a major in the army. They will be back in Lakeland again in October to the pleasure of their many friends. In Society horse and buggy Engagement Miss Nell Coleman To Mr. Kay Werta Announced Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin Cole man announce the engagement and Mrs. E. E. Adams, who informs us he is connected jWith the secret ser vice, and 'what lives on west ;resap treet. is nuzzled hv a note which Las left addressed to VeV'in1 the mail' iox of on6 of her neighbors, and khich seemed " to objetft " tb Mr'. JAdamBy playing n tbje , piano- ; " kriter stating she was ill and the flaying made her nervous, The sig nature to the note is so indistinct hat Mrs . Adams, is unable to deci pher It and she would like for the pvriter to make herself known, as she not aware that she has been play- Ing the piano in a way to annoy any ne. Mrs. Adams thought the note flight possibly be a code message khich she is unabla to understand. Saturday night a belonging to Mrs. Fischer was left i approa,.hjng marriage of their daugh standing for a short time in rrom, oiter Ne,He iiZabeth, to Mr. Ray Philip Fiscners snoe snop, wneu mc Wecks, the event to take place on laundry delivery car ran into Tuesday, June 17. 191. at high noon buggy, wrecking the rear of the ve-1 at A), Episcopal church. In hide. Mrs. Fischer was greatly ; ; vitatlon8 t0 the affair will be Issued alarmed at the occurrence and her ; wlthjn fhe next few (Jayft cries of "My Charlie Is Killed, at-; Tne aDove announcement will be tracted considerable attention. Char-'read wth interest by the hundreds lie, it should be understood, is Wrs . ! f frend!l ot the nopular couple.. The Fischer's horse, but we are happy to bHde-to-h" is one of "Lakeland's love . . ... . ..J say he escaped without injury, a jjest girls, 'beloved" by all who know the damage to the -buggy will be ; her and h-r weddng ,iay whi be a made good. This is the second at-1 memorabie one for herself an well as cedent -o the 'kind Mrs. Fischer na her ,arj,0 (.,rce of frjdH. The suffered from recently, her buggy pr00m-eecrt Is one of Lakeland's having ' been run Into .snd flainagea -ro08t prominent and substantia to the extent o( $25 v a short .time vonnK business man, a leader in bank back, the unknown driver going on Cr(;les, and enjoys the esteem of without stopping ito see What injury v. , . frien(jg, wno ill. take be had inflicted. 1 .. pleasure in congratulating him in ad 5. L. A. CLUNTS WRITES FURTHER UFJOT SPRINGS After taking a number of baths, drinking buakets of hot waver, bailing a lot of meanness out of you, in your feelings you are almost stand ing on the top of Mount Sinaiyou feel as if you had not been such a bad fellow, after all paid your preacher, and lodge dues regularly, boosted the Board of Trade, support ed your town paper, paid your taxes, never beat a lawyer out of anything nor broke Into an undertaker's shop. In an atmospheric view this I i wet town: It has raised every day since 1 have been here- "Unusual weather!' So you see Florida has no monopoly on the word. Hot Springs is a beautiful city of about twenty thousand population built in the mountain valley. Central avenue is the principal street, with plenty of space for a broad street and idewalks. which is well paved, on one side lined with fine both houses and hotels, the other with stores, hops and rooming houses, hedged in close on both sides by the mountains. gradually widening out from the cen ter, the city broadens out both north and south, out among theS hills, the residence part, followed by a street ar line, going in several directions, several miles each way, winding in and out, following the valley levels. Something like two hundred thous and people visit Hot Springs to be jeneflted by its famous drinking wa- er and baths. The springs are con trolled entirely by the United States government. All around a number of acres are kept most beautiful and along the broad walk in front of the bath houses have boon set hedges. and grass. The citizens are cos mopolitan. with more doctors than any other class of folks. I find ac commodations much cheaper than 1 expected. People ar kind and cour teous. One halh house is maintained here by the government and is abso lutely free to all. There are more cripples, downs-and-outs here than in any place I ever saw. Hot Springs Is one of the great health resorts in America; a place of rest; nothing to divert your mind outside the movies, park ostrich and alligator farm. Climbing the fountains around is a pi-stime indulged in by , some--those that are strong enough for the job. Hot Springs is a wonderful place for your worn out, nervous and tirel body. With kindest and best wishes to all. Very sincerely. S. L. A. C1)NTS. I 9 ,vanc.e. Tejfc .eybpd ' b!F.At,,? ' new8?. ! " ' ' Oh. happy days are those after usin-jfake. Pie anil ten S A. W., that wonderful ECZEMA, '('ream Sale' ITCH and Skin Trouble remedy-Sp ;. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dickinson that suffering. Sent prepaid $100 charmingly entertained the members Afrtnan Wonder ucmpany, 0f tne Myrtle street Auxiliary ana South Jacksonville. Fla. 9067 friend at a cake, pie and ice cream ........ . . r"W IW v. i .- )CX..:..x-'"XK:X"M 1()me 506 Nopth Ken,U.ky avenue. The following program was given Piano 'Solo--Mrs. C. H. Dickln ! I fl: I ' Y n t ' t H' - fi : u It i? IV $ it 1 It Worlds Pictures Corporation Presents Special Feature U HI f La Mode Is Showing a New Arrival of Sport Suits For Summer Wear ALSO White and Colored Voile Dresses MKNRKKSHII' COUNCIL CHA MBFR OF COMMERCE The firsrf regular luncheon of the new Membership Council of the Chamber of Commerce will meet at the Staten Hotel tomorrow1 (Tuesday) at; one o'clock sharp,, adjourning promptly at 2:15. " important business connected with pome neglected legislation vitally necessary to the welfare of the State and community will be discussed at the meeting and some quick rctlon taken . All members of the Chnmocr of Commerce are eligible to attend these meetings, whether members of the council or not,, but advice should be given to the secretury not later than nine o'cloc k Tuesday morning so that the neceswarv arranifements con be made. GING From the Famous and Success ful Book and Stage Pla. Pre sented by an All Star Cast. Pathe News Reel 10 and 20c TOMORROW Miss "Billie" Burk IN "Eve's Daughter ? f son. . Recitation -Flossie McCi skill. X. Vocal Solo -Miss Mamie Wood. Y Recitation- Master June E- Pi- cock . Piano Solo Miss Fannie Pope. Vocal Solo Mrs. L. E. Peacock Vocal SoloMr. S. W. Fearrand. All of the chUi. pies and ire r-rcam were sold . A besin contest was enjoved by all. The one guessing the nearest to the number of benns in a jar was award ed th pr'Z". Mr. Joe Henderson was the winner. The booby pr'zo war, given to Renis Webb of Tampa.. F.very one left ai a late hour, vot ing Mr. and Mrs. Dick in -on i (harm ing host and hostess. ? r ? ? J 9 9 Children' Choir Practice The children of the Episcopal church are requested to meet at the church Tuesday afternoon at five o'clock to practice a few hymns and two chants for evening service the lollowing Sunday. They will only i:ra2tice one hour from five to six o'clock. Parents please help to have the children on time. MKS. H. J. IUIA.NE. New Line of Bathing Suits, Caps and Shoes Just Arrived La Mode Mrs. N. A. Smith, Mgr. FOR SALE Boy's bicycle. Inquire Anton Rurg or phon "O-flrnen. (i06S WEDNESDA V Mrs. Charlie Chaplin " For Husband Only " Mlm Edith Stent ' Become Brldp Of Mr. Philip Frey IiSkeland friends of Miss Edith Stout, who resided one winter in Lakeland at th Conibear home on Lake Hellinggwirth. wiil be in'.erost p to read of her mrrriF whii h took place on May 21st, but which has Just become known in her home town. Orlando- as will be noted from tb following taken from Saturday's Or-'l lando Reporter-Star, which says: rominr as a aurnrise to their many frinnds will be the announcement of 'ued attache of the Standard Growers the marriage of Miss Edith Stout and j Exchange. Mr. Phillip Frey. of this city. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frey left for At- Th reremonv. which was per-'lanU Thursday night, where Mr. formed in Sanford oa tse twenty.firrt. Frey will be In the Interest ot his (,'ting romance, in which it is said the parents were adverse to tie voting people marrying at the present time. So the trip to Sanford was made without the parental blessings, and the nuptial knot tied by Rev. Pro (cnley. Presbyterian minister. Mr. end Mrs. B. R. Cox and the brido's sister, Ml Marie Stout, conposed the bridal party to "'J n! Miss Stout is the charming daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs, R. H. Stout. Her pleasing personality has nnde for her a host of Mends who wish her happiness in her wedded life. Mr Frty is the zi-. of Mrs F. B Frey, of this city, e.nd is well and favorably known to a large circle of friends in this vicinity. He Is a val- X . ? T t ? X T Y ? $ T ? ? V X t X i ? X I X 5' f i Casino Thursday The Wations Darlina it) a National Character IN "Johanna Enlists" An Artcraft Picture SHE lives on a lonely farm, does Mary Pickford in this picture, and then the soldiers came. Never a beau before and now Lovers three! A hardy aristocratic Captain, a handsome Lieutenant and a peppery private! Who gets her? Bet you can't guess. The private knows he is heavily handicapped and calls the lieutenant "a piece of cheese"--which naturally gets him introduced to the Guard House, followed by a Court Marshal. The Captain is the Prosecutor in the case, but Cupid addles the brains of everybody concerned . . . and eventually Mary Pickford rides away on a gun carriage to be married. "ONE EVERY MINUTE" A Two Reel Sennett Comedy Pathe News Reel Admission 10 and 25c.