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PAGE FIVE 0 LAKELAND LACONICS o 0 0 j, ( o o a o a o o o a o jir9l J. D. Grlffln,.'who has spent the past three months very pleasantly at Hot Springs, Ark., will arrive Home this evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hart, ot Avon Park, were m tne city yesterday in (jonsultation wjith Architect A. E. Rose, who is drawing plans for ft beautiful country home for them. Afr. and Mrs. Robert McGunegal with their nephew, Emmerton Rob erts, have just returned from a pleas ant three weeks' stay at Green Springs. ( IN SOCIETY Business Meeting Of Woman's Club Tomorrow The membership of the Woman's wuu win Hold a business meeting to morrow, Thursday, afternoon at 3-30 o'clock. All members are urged to attend as Plans for active work will be formu lated ai this meeting. Two weeks from this date a pro gram meeting will be held, at which visitors will be eoraialb welcomed. SECRdSCARr. Mr. S. w. Moody has moved his e'ectric business from the Eaton building to the Bowyer building. The Shower for Miss Fox Miss Lillian Underwood entertained at a miscellaneous shower last even ing in honor of Miss Artie Fox, a bride-elect of this month. The rooms were decorated with golden rod and ferns. In the parlor a table had been arranged to represent the ocean-on OTlft flMo Tiro a j - i - i vu vuv nriuii v iiM-inn nr irn n Vtn HOC! 111 JT ITQflQtnrt In hn!. I l " II ILU 11 " - U i II V IT r I I Anlrin X i - , l j .11 ""jriuk out to sea . On thu . wrQi hv-rv , o 1 . a smp, the artistic ptu , wwD "".work nf tho 1,not- ui j father. Mr. A Underwood, which was marfce,! "matrimony," and its cargo comprised K0 -wu, preuy guts ror the bride- Mrs. J. E. Sumner, after a ?httui munm b visa wiiQ ner narents u. n Rhode Island, has returned horn. ! mi. ... , ,., nujus matrimony is holv " be- urnrj and disagreeable and. like ev- i ...j . .. ' o y oe ", . - , . llt , ,"'6 u io mane otner words. Miss ,', , '" "uu u,e P"ze-a pretty grass- t J I. The Ladies Missionary Society of l,.lr All .U-m j , re. v m. b -orge uuaiey, who its 'n a - - a .vT, the Telegram, says her condition q imnrnvpfl In fha. loo- r. Tnnr ana ia ror rrnm tttoII tjam " w v V1J LI UOL (i i. i lit i iii iirt ivpmanr uri i nnf-imn i Tnnr ana wfii ho Ahia surgeon ot Stratford, Ontario, , w " , Uk WVX lUOOl cei. me latter nas Deen seriously at hid home for several weeks, and friends will regret to learn that uui aging. work basket The hostess, assisted by her moth- STATE BANK EXPECTS to occupy ITS HANDSOME NEW E J The State Bank hopes to be in read iness to move Into Its splendid new quarters by Saturday, and expects to open for business in the new location on Monday morning. Workmen are rushing the finishing touches on thd bank building, and it is already pre senting a very handsome and attrac tive appearance. Miss Moselle Preston, Mrs. Vet L. Brown, Miss Gladys Hooker and Miss -illian Carpenter for the Canning Club and Miss Minnie Floyj, State Poultry Agent for the Poultry Clubs. Mrs. Geo. Johnson, Mrs. J. J. Swearlngen and Mrs. Clark.' Home Economics committee of the Bartow Woman's Club, served the lunch to the members of the clubs and their parents, and to the members of the Boys Corn Club on the day of the ex hibit. . E. H. WRITES OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF THE GRAPEFRUIT The MODERN WOODMEN The Lakeland Camp of Modern Woodmen will hold a special meeting Friday night. They have planned a very interesting meeting and ail members present will have a good time. After the ceremony of adop tion and other important business. served delicious pineapple cream U a,m" ousinesa, Cnkfl. Tho T. ?..Creara the members wi enjoy a heterogen- er, end cake. The one ret?rpt nf th ning was that the honoree was to leave Lakeland. She has been very active In the work of the First Pres byterian church, being a verv nbnu- lar and able leader of the young peo- the entlre membersnip Miss Fox will be married to Mr. R. C Jackson, of Wichita Falls, Texas, in the First Presbyterian church Nov. "10, at ten o'clock, this being tho first wedding in the new church. eous feast with hot dogs and other things. His Royal Highness GoatskI Butt inski has escaped' and is at large, and from previous experience it will take- to him. After he has been secured we have plenty of fresh meat to satisfy j his appetite. All candidates for adop tion are ordered to be present and to be Lybass-Walker The hosts of friends throughout South Florida of the contracting par ties Mrs. Fannie H. Lybass of Bar tow, and Mr. R. E. Walker of Agri cola, will be interested to learn of their marriage which took place Mon day, Nov, 3, In Tampa. Mrs. Walker has been the able representative ot the Tribune at Bartow for some time and will be missed in that capacity by this paper. Mr. Walker is a pros perous business man of Agricola, which place will be their home !n the future. Tampa Tribune. sure and come DrenarRil fnr iha time of their lives. Th baking powder. 1 teasnoon nf nan 1 - - . a. u-w vta& ;iuu- I - ' - 'Vf ablv work Satnrrfnv if twm ' teaspoon of suear. 11.4 ous happens, but may have to do their grapefruit Juio in which one tea catiug lur a weeK sianaing up Doors open at 7:30 p. m. and the fun starts promptly at 8 p. 'm.' Be on time for the first show. L. E. ELLIS, Consul. T, B, O'STEEN, Clerk. H. WILLIAMS, District Deputy. udge W. M. Gober is one of a com- ttee of five, appointed at a recent eting of delegates of the Woodmen the World from all over the State, go to Omaha and" Investigate the irs of the Order, relative to Its fe in insurance rates.' Omaha is location of the Sovereign Camp. committee has not vet announced Plans, but If the trln is mad. pge Gober nrohnMv hhh on. "- MEMORIES OF AN OLD M4r i mj uvnu MEt I Jl f KiMT - uivu u BY MOTION PICTURE nany women ot our sfate when they .were published last winter in the Yonng People's Missionary Society to Have Charge Of Program Tomorrow ' The program of the week of prayer service at the Methodist church to morrow afternoon will be in charge of the Young People's Missionary 'So ciety, of which organization Mrs. George Watson is superintendent. The meeting will open at 4 o'clock. "Over the Garden Wall" Starts Spec- tutors to Humming Refrain of Bygone Days Members of the generation whose hlldhood dates back about tWATitV- i five years ago will find -recollections wlle campaign of the Episcopal of an old, old song crowding through church will be held in Holy Trinity their minds when they witness Vita- j church, Bartow, tomorrow afternoon, graph's new picture, "Over the Gar- at tnree o'clock. Quite a large delo- den Wall," which will be shown at gation from the Lakeland church are ujiyeuieu iu tiiienu. uars win De parx- Flks to Give Dance In Celebration Of Seventh Anniversary Tne eiks will celebrate their sev enth anniversary tomorrow night with a big dance which will com mence at 8:30 o'clock. Lodge will convene at 7:30 o'clock. All members of the Lodge and tnelr friends are cordially invited. he cover pages for the new Polk mty booklet, which id to be gotten at an early date, will be printed a design and drawin? In nnlnra Mr. Walter T. . Ha vvmuo. Alio OUU ls a typical Polk county scene. wing both lake and grove, and has s basis the tlub housa and hds at Iron Mountain one-of the i oeautiful spots In the count Ollins is an flrMnt nf nn rnra nH Wln.n - - I imif f I 1 II II . 1 J, and the . sketch he has pro- j On Page 3 of today's Telegram will N is excellent In detail and col VS. We win h .j .v,. L 41UUU IU SCO IU1S r5' gO OUt wJth (Mo v f ... fcVUVU ui a P COUnfT Orttr.t be found a list of the prize winners of the Canning and Poultry Clubs of Polk county. Those who judged the exhibits were New Casino V Artcraft Pictures Presents Elsie Ferguson -IN- The Marriage Price -ALSO- Hearts and Flowers Mack Sennett Comedy Admission 10 and 20 cents Telegram, knowing of the cplendid success attained 'by Mrs. E. H. Van Sickler in the use of grape fruit as a substitute for buttermilk, asked her to furnish us with some of her favorite recipes, and she very kindly contributes the following interesting article: Wonderful, indeed, are the unde veloped possibilities or our south land. To many of our northern and western sisters who come to make their home in this God-favored land, the uses of grapefrut in the culln ery art is unknown. How the house wife of Florida should rejoice that she lives where milk grows on trees and that it is unsurpassed In quality, and profuse in quantity. When the price of milk is soaring sky high, turn to the grapefruit drops to solve one of the items of the H. C. of L. far superior to buttermilk In cooking, making wholesome and delightful biscuits, cakes, wafflles, muffins, cookies and gingerbread; can be used In any corn bread recipe instead of buttermilk, with the addition of an egg. ' The following recipes when tried by the housewives will show tho value of this milk substitute. Biscuits 1 quart flour, 2 teaspoons baklne j powder, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon I lard, 1 pint cup of grapefruit Juice in I which 1 teaspoon of soda is dis solved; enough water 'added while mlvtnni (a winl.. i. a. capture 6 lu "1URB B Bmooin sore aougn. ....j I Bake in hot oven. When self-risine I flour is used, omit the baking powder and salt. I Breakfast Cakes Three teacups of flour, 2 teaspoons v Get Beady for Cool Weather. See Our Display of Stoves. Perfection Oil Stoves GOOD LINE OF WOOD RANGES AND ST0YES, SMALL WOOD HEATERS. SOME DAY SUMMER WILL LEAVE US, AND THEN YOU WILL BE PREPARED. I Warner Hardware Company MAKE WARNER'S CORNER YOUR CORNER 2 ROAD PETITION noon of soda is dissolved, enough wa ter added to make stiff batter. Take on hot greased griddle or waffle Iron, or muffin ringe. Use grapefruit Juice in cookies and gingerbread as you would buttermilk and soda Jn your favorite recipe and results will be the same. ii These ireclpes1 have the value of being recipes that have been used n my home1 for six years and tried by Evening Telegram. EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE IN BARTOW THURSDAY The Zone Conference of the nation - tne Auditorium tomorrow. They will find themselves unconsciously hum mlng the tune of thee ords: Oh, my love stood under the walnut tree, Over the garden wall, She whispered and salj she'd be true to me, Over the garden w?.ll. Sho had beautiful eyes a baatiful bair, She was not very tall, so she stood on a chair, And many a time I have kissed her there, Over the garden wall. For this was the song that enjoyed the biggest vogue abour. twenty-five years ago. The refraf. w'K bring Duck memories of childhool to many people, and so will the mere mention of the title. Vitagraph's picture of "Over the Careen Wall" is designed wir.h the at mosrhere of tho old song. Ti M full of love. The stojy deals with the fates of young hearts in the suburbs and countryside and in society. There s a touch of business conflict ar.d in trigue. The settings are rich with the at mosphere of fine dwellings and rural gardens. ea near ah saints church at 2 p. where the entire congregation requested to assemble. is G. J. Mills, of Socrum, came over this morning to present a road peti tion to the County Commissioners,' numerously signed by citizens of that section, asking for the building of a road along the lines first petitioned for and agreed upon when the hard I roads were built. Mr. Mills is verv! hopeful that this petition will be re ! mm mvui vy mo commission ers. -Bartow Record. Look Out For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO FRIDAY O O fe o o o-o 0 KUfii WHY BOTHER WITH CANS Look Out For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO, FRIDAY That have to be kept on ice? It re quires no ice to keep KLIM Just keep it on your pantry shelf, and when you want fresh milk, add cold water to the powder and make Just the amount you need. MRS. J. F. HOUGHTON, 292 Blue GOT IT AT LAST! The Best Equipped Vulcanizing Plant In Florida DO NOT THROW AWAY THE OLD TIRE; HAVE IT RETREADED BYVTHE NEW PROCESS DRY CURE AND GET ANOTHER 3,500 MILES OUT OF IT. SPECIAL AGENTS FOR THE FISK, BENNY-SPRINGFIELD S. AND 8. AND GOODYEAR SECONDS, TUBES AND TIRES. . Red Front Vulcanizing Shop C. A. COOK, Proprietor A giraffe's tongue Is about two feet in length. Look Out For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO, FRIDAY M. M. Club The M, M. Club of the O. E. S. meetswith Mrs. J. M.Keen, Friday afferAoon,''at"3'o'clock". "A11 mem bers cordially invited. Chicory, used to mix with coffee, is the oldest known adulteration of food . , The shortest people in the world are the Laplanders; the tallest are the Patogonlana. 8 8 a o 8 o a a B H Leek Oat For THE MIDNIGHT MAN CASINO, FRIDAY Nashua Woofeap Blasts o Put Cotxro Keep'teuWarm No matter what the weather, the sleeper is snug and comfy under these fluffy blankets. They are woven for warmth and wear. They wash well jj and shrink very little'. They are all cotton, so moths will not touch them. They come In a wide range of patterns and colors, in sizes to fit any bed. Make your selection today. T t ? ? ? ? ? ? ? t y ? ? t ? T t I ? ? ? j ? ? ? ? T if t ? ? T r ? ? X ill l ! i Don't put or too long placing an or '.er for a Victrola or S jger Art The Holidays will soon be here and there is bound tj be shortage. EASY TERMS 7 a big Come ' In and see our line of Electric Lamps. New Styles coming all the time. J Some good. numbers , left in October Victor Record. LAKELAND BOOK STORK PHONE 160 , .. The fClonts Store 0 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 1 .