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EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA-, FRIDAY, MAT 28, 1920
PAGE SEVEV 0 0"" : LAKELAND ' LACONICS LAKELAND BOY KILLED IN BATTLE CITED FOR BRAVERY The following citation by the War Department will be of Interest to the friends of the late1 Robin Sandta, of this city, who was Wiled In battle. The citation follows: Robin Sandh (Army Serial No. 1633477), private', Machine Gun Com pany, 7th infantry, 3rd Division, for . . KxiTRormnnrv nerniRm in nrnnn tioar Mrs. Harry JSdmonason ana littttL, " ; Mnnrtr lratinATi uVqtima AnAhn 9mA h Clayton, have returned home ... , " . . v""u"1 "u on an extended visit to relatives. 0 0 a oo o a o a o o 0 0 oo o Hr Roy Molntyre, whose health u not been satisfactory for some ae, left last night for Jacksonville, t,re be went to consult a special- id friends at New Orleans and Mem jj, Tenn. They had a mosT enjoy ie trip. a ' lf!13 a TT . L 1. i I Mies jviuureu nimum, wno a' sheii fragment, len attending Stetson University the PnilfD bt year, leaves DeLand today for Tannab, where she goes to be u kdesmaid at the wedding of a friend, wedding to take place on June After the wedding she will return her home in this city, to the de bt of her many friends. 1918. Private Smith reneatedlv car ried messages to front line platoons through heavy artillery and machine gun fire. While enroute to an exposed machine gun position, under heavy fire of the enemy, he was killed by a Box 37, Route A, Lakeland, Fla-, by Delivered to Mrs. Sarah Sandh. War Department. Sergeant Philip Robin and Captain Connie M. Keltner deliveredlhe Dis tinguished Service Cross for gallant conduct in action to the deceased's mother at her borne. ' ADDITIONAL LOCALS Hon. Rivers R. Buford, candidate The Mission Study Class of the st Methodist Missionary Society I meet Tuesday,. June 1st, at 4 p. f Attorncv General, and Hon. W. J at the residence of Mrs. W. C. 'nwt pail(n.iat, fr Railroad Com- rvel. The first two chapters of the missloner, spoke ln tne Park last isade of Compassion will be! 0lmuM n, ti,0iP reanwHve died. 1 J.Ann A.n mrlttstlt Til Or BoA tllf-taD VrTlO Messrs. L. J. Clark, of the Success " hiture Store, J. P. Risbeck and r..TZ,. ' J. ...... Uieir auuiemc wan sujaii, oo uui eph Streater, together with their , . . I ... . . . , , , pio nave uuu cuuoiuciamc f11""' lilies, went ever to Eagle Lake yes- . ... . tnm nnt pj and enjoyed a fine fish fry. . Bnmo(llM naiiai n RIsbecck showed the company the . l the husks on, and with plenty of EDMONSON GROCERY , BECOMES OWNER OF O'DONIEL GROCERY A business deal of importance has just been consumated whereby the Edmonson Grocery Co. has purchased the grocery business of O'Doniel Brothers, the latter retiring from the grocery business, in which they have been unusually successful. Mi Edmonson expects to remove his stock of groceries and meats to the O'Doniel stand in about a week or ten days, at which tim ehe will AUDITORIUM CHANGES HANDS; L. D. JOEL NOW SOLE OWNER Mr. L. D. Joel, the well-known motion picture magnate, has pur chased the Interest of Mr. F. J. Hoffman in the Auditorium, and will give that popular playhouse his per Eonal attention, for the present at least. Mr. Hoffman, it is understood, will take a position in another branch of the film business, but will continue to make his home in Lakeland, which bis many friends will be very glad, indeed, to know. Mr. Joel will remain in Lakeland ...... wuu , , Juri Joel wm remum iu tiunejuuu hp hatter ahlp than over tn corvo hio' . v) iur several weens, giviug uio iciauuai customers and the customers of the attention to the Auditorium, although uuomei siore. vvitn.uie consoima- u i t,notac that i- tion of these two fine stocks, the Ed-'ng and controls. He states that he ifiuiiHiiii kiiuhi'v win hi- i it 1 1 v ftniiinnnii u xi .ah hia a tf ww w vM.rtrvH r0nsiaer8 ne AUUllUriUlU UWUO Uio to take care of the trade on a large attention, and he is here to give the scale, and will continue to prosper as'public tne benefit of the best tt l : i. 4 l . il uaB m i,uo, motion nicturo attractions now play- iv i r Kfl li ill inn l n I urotaa na nna special tor saiuraay ;: OnePoundMajesticChocoldtes ana xjon nons ouc WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS CROWNS PECAN ROLL WE CARRY A FULL LINE ON JOHNSTON'S, JACOBS .t . AND LOWNEY'S CANDIES. t THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN Cason & Tacker States he has't,,- n,a Waaaat ttipntPrn n tho East noi maae any pian ror me ruture, oui will, of course, remain in Lakeland. Joel declares it to be hia de- He had no idea of disposing of his i ct nt Hvtn0.. na thPrpfor In- business until approached a few days 1 augurated tho idea of giving away ago on the subject. and having , re-' m win tn rooittv in cu ui y.ivc, uc oicijo tol ui mo savine everv natron of the Auflitorium grocery business, but will probably '15 centB whlch means a 8avlng t0 an for onma rii at Una at . m onwltt i . . . date. 'erable item. Mr. Joel announces that m nnn omlcolnno Hnrlne thp snecial 15 days just $1,500 quite a consld- flsh and the roasting ears pre led as" indicated the company en Mrs. W. H. English and sweet lit tle daughter, BarBara, have returned fd a feast they will long remem- two days visit with friends at Nichols. Iisa Edith de Bols Blanc, who has the guest of Mrs. F. B. Terrell Tseveral weeks, returns tonight to (home at New Orleans. Mjls de (Blanc has been the recipient of h social attention while in this , and has made many friends who .U1 regret her departure and hop9 see her return soon. iv - e prettiest car in Lakeland is the s-Knight Sedan which bi Just Isold by Mr. E. G. Parcell, the Vs-Knigtat representaiive, to Mrs. I, Gentry. It has unusually leful lines, and the upholstering i3 last word in luxury besides be- iwruipped with the famous Willys- eht motor, the standard of excel- everywhere. Mrs. J. R. Cason, after a very pleasant visit of a week in the city. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Wilson, .left today for her home in West Palm Beach. METHODIST ENJOYED 'several such money-saving ideas will FINE PICNIC YESTERDAY be worked out for the benefit of the AT AUBURNDALE movie fans of Lakeland durIns the summer. The Methodist Sunday school nic-1 The future policy of the Auditorium ; asj.i. ...tn,, will be that of a motion picture the UIV U-IU HL aUUUl HUttlH uaji TIK . . . a great success. There was a large ater exclusive. y. a hh ui u .B a i j A ures scnemuea lor mis meaier wui tiunu uicocm aim a nup utuuci noo anlnvpfl of th. nnr. Sr Tho fn!. e DUOUSneU OI1B UJ- ncAl n, ... ...... ... . I Mr .TopI has much confidence in lowing contests were inauigea in ur-, -w t,a fnvo,.t!n n p n T.fao. Lakeland's future and says it is onl Foot Race-Price, rocking chair, a tter a very snort ume do e donated by Success Furniture Co.; ne IPC,S inai nfi WU1 ue l" won by Conrad Swindell. the AucHtornim to ie ear3 Potato Race-Prize, $1 savings ac- r 1,8 Patrof ge 88 ne Bayv8 l"a iru,n ' j t 1 1 . i. .4 4 Vint Via Vka - nAn count, donated by First National e ol UUUUUi1 "c" honv. v.. twu Kvpivn nnhftn tracted for Lakeland, ne win ne over The Hub Clothing Co. today an nousces a sale of 20 per cent, dis count on their entire stock. "Every thing in the store will be sold at a 20 per cent, reduction," declares Joe LeVay, who always can be depended on to do Just what he says he will do The store of D. R. Crum also an nounces a big cut price sale in today's issue of the Telegram, which it will ;tay the ladles to read. WANTED Carrier for good Apply Telegram office. PUOIfE 362 BRYANT WASHBURN TIPS OFF HUSBANDS IN LATEST PICTURE Wins Back Bride in "Why Smith Left Home" by Daring and Novel Procedure crowded every night. Knowing tho great capacity of the Auditorium, thii would seem to be a Joke, but many a true word is raid in Joke and let uh Foot Race Prize, rocking chair. donated by Success. Furslture Co.; won by David Swindell. ' Dntat fiana Prfoa flaah Itcht Art- nated by Keeler Electric Co.; won bvhoPe this joke comes true David Murrell. Four Footed Race Prize, bottle cherries, donated by D. B. Dickson; won bv Roy UDSon. CnA nnP-l.o. nnr.Vnf.Vnlfo ft 66666(5ClCl!l0OODO and' $100 cash,-donated by Wilson f,,,,,,, Yr (Jlrls Hardware Co.; and W. C. Norvell; (;aTe Surprise Party won by Margaret Darracott and Dav-, Wednesday evening fifteen merry JOOOUOOflODCOOOO' o IN SOCIETY 0 Bryant Washburn in his Para- mount-Artcraft picture, "Why Smith Left Home," which is to be shown at the Casino Theater tomorow, of fers husbands a novel procedure to follow if their wives become incensed at something and carry out a threat to "go home to mother." Mr. Wash burn, as Smith, is on a much inter rupted honeymoon. Wrecks, fires, a pursuing Aunt, and finally an earth quake are leagued against him. A pretty serving maid inveigles him in to rather a compromising situation, and his young bride, angered, starts to leave in an automobile with her Aunt. Smith quickly disguises him self as a footpad and, holding up the machine at the revolver point, kid naps his wife. This Is the lauKhable climax to what is declared to be a thoroughly enjoyable picture, crowded with novel situations and mirth. Lois Wilson is again Mr. Washburns leading wom an, and others in the cast are Walter Hiers- Maym Kelso, Margaret Loomifl, Winter Hall, and Carrie Clark Ward. Donald Crisp was the director, W1TH S33 route. 5000 The New Casino TODAY ONLY i flhe sweetest girl on the scree-h Camp Fire Girls met at the Baptist church, from where they went in a body to the attractive home of their guardian, Mrs. Ada M. Castor. She buing away at the time, the girls took advantage of her absence. j In a few minutes the living room and dining room were thrown togeth er and made a real fairyland with roses, ferns and happy girls. I In due time the girls carefully con - cealed themselves In another part of the house, and upon the return oi Mrs. Castor, lushed out with com- f "i4. jriiss SHIRLEY MASON in fur rur bij futwt Molly A "William Rjx Production h TranX a.Adamfi And one of the fitwst of FOX rTIRTAlHMElT id Swindell. Foot Race Prize, Bike pump, do nated by W. B. Arendell; won by Walton Clark. Potato Race Prize, bottle pickles. donated by E. J. Markham; won by James Webb. Three Legged Race Prizes, two boxes candy, donated by Jewett's Drug Store; won by Kenneth Carter and Jack Darracott. Sack Race Prize, pocket-knife, donated by Warner Hardware Co-, and won by John Robert Lay ton. Foot IRaice Prize, bottle pickles. Diete satisfaction of a successful sur I donated by Turner & Carter; won b'-rige. Oveida Clayton. After many games, furnishing Pofntn Race Prize SI. 00 savings ' for nil. were Dlayed, a account, donated by the State Bank; 'dainty repast of walnut ice cream and won by Eieonor wuson. cake was serveu. Egg Race Prize, bottle stuffed Tne gris Who enjoyed this pleasant olives, donated by O'Doniel Bros., eVeiIng were Mrs. Castor, Inez Long. won by Mar Jorie Fletcher. !nuth Swindel, Ethel Macky, Bernice Brown, Beulah Hand, Alma Mae Lang ford, Alice Eaton, Laura Butler, Grace Adam, Mildred Snyder. Edith jo'Donald. Kale Keith, Marguerite Keith, Lazflle Marshall, Helen Futcn. j Catherine Futch, Mr. Castor, Wilbur 'and Margaret Caster and Florence FOR MEN J. J. Haldeman't Class We invite you to meet with us, ten to eleven a. m., at First Baptist church. Give one hour to Bible study Sunday mornings We have a very interesting and most instructive teacher. Office room front First Baptist Church. 5,000 You remember the tremendous appeal of the photoplay Her Deohant Man," in which Miss Shirley Mason recently ii .i rw. "Mnllie and I" is even better-you will De more man leased with it's dainty story. . ADMISSION 10 AND 25 CENTS by TOMORROW BRAYANT WASHBURN In "WHY SMITH LEFT HOME" Aho ILmMANN In "THE GUM RIOT jAfaatsion 19 and 25 Cents , ' ''"'"i,i' ' " ; M IU in l i II 1 1 '" mmrm.-" j Jumping Race-Prize, bottle pic kles, donated by Turner & Carter; won by Margaret Swindell. Hurdle Race Prize, box candy, do nated by Henley's Drug store, won by Oveida Clayton. Foot Race Prize, book, donated by Lakeland Book Store; won by Thomas Hillman. High Jump Prize, box candy, do nated by Cason & Tacker; won by J. Fred Ellis. Foot Race Prize, box candy, do nated by Magsolia Pharmacy; won by Mary Caton. Hurdle Race Prize, cake, donated Dwyer'B Eakery; won by Mary Caton. vnnt nnre Prize, tie. donated by Hub Clothing Co.. won by loinver Bryant. Hopping Race Prize, union suit, donated by The Victory Store; woj by Tojliver Brvant. Hieh Jump Prize, pair silk socks, donated by Melton-Ott Clothing Store and won by Tollivfer Bryant. Foot Race Prize, gold pencil, do nated by Lakeland Jewelry Co.; wor hv Bernice NickerBon. Foot Race Prize, bottle tonet wa- ter, donated oy mse runiu.;, hv riaire Streeter. rv.. ,.Prize tie. oonatea oy I" UUl IkHLv - f Mnnm'i Stvle Hhop; won by Warmer Robson. csnlne Contest-Prize. Harmonica donated by R. R- Herron; won v Mrs. C. H. King. Whistling Match-Prize, pair silk hose, donated by C. B. Grafton; won by Mrs. W. C. Norvell. Foot Race-Prize, nee cnam, uu nated by Reynolds Store; won by Mrs. Nell Swindell. Hurdle Race-Prize, thenar mv bv A. C. Lunsford; won by Mrs. S. J. Callan. Foot Rac-Prize. hair cut. share Grace Lutheran Picnic The Sunday school and congrega tion of Grace Lutheran church .held their annual picnic yesterday after noon and evening at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Georga on Lake Hunter. The committee on transportation. E. J. Kaufman, Eric WIchmann, Albert Schawber, A. H Eoulton, and W. M. Riddle, landed everybody on th8 grounds by three o'clock. Games and bathing filled up the time until 6:30 p. m., when a most bountiful supper of chicken bam, salads, and sandwiches was served by tho ladies.' This topped off by cake and ice cream, finished the day. By 8:30 p. m. everyone from the oldest man to the tiniest baby, had been taken home by the same committ3e which brought them i there. A unique feature of this pic nlc was the fact that almost the entire constituency of the church and Sun day school was present, as well as n goodly number 'of guests. Delightful woather and a spirit of co-operative sociability combined if make this an usually successful occasion. Tho thanks of the church are especially due to Mr. and Mrs. George for their jroneroun hospitality. , This year the demand for I Kelly-Springfield Tires nat- X urally has been greater than ever. j In these times people can't afford to experiment. Riggins Motor Co. 220 South Florida Avenue CLASS FOB VOCAL STUDENTS Carrie A. McGeoch, vocal teacher and director of First Baptist Church choir, plans to Organize a clasa for vocal students for ladies and gentle men, to meet one evening a week at the Baptist church. The training is to consist of reading music, tone production, proper breathing, enun ciation and expression. Those wishing to avail themselves of ttis opportunity and have the advantage of summer rates may do bo by handing in their names lor membership ary time between now atd June 15th. The class will meet for Its first lesson Monday evening, June 7th . ' ' For terms, see Carrie A. McOeocn, 306 North' Kentucky Avenue, Lake land Fla. Phone 417 Green. 1411 COW PEAS COW PEAS Iron and Clay peas mixed, $6.25; Whippoorwill, $6.25; Whlppoorwill mixed, $6; Red Ripper, $6.25; Cream Crowder, $6.&0 bus. These prices for 21-2 sacks. Send orders at once to James L. Dean, Orlando, Fla. 1994 and shine, donated by C. O. Wheel er; won by P. M. Cook. Hurdle Raw Prize, suit B. V. D. underwear, donated by The Famous. won by R. E. Lufsey. . Nail Driving Contest Prize, three months' subscription, donated by tne Lakeland Evening Telegram; won by Mrs. J. W. Lay ton. Bottle Breaking Contest Prize butter fly brooch pin, donated by the O'Steen .Tcv.elry Co.; won by Mrs Baxter Streater. Spelling Match 1st prize for la Jis, throe mouths' subscription, do nated by Lakeland Star; won by Mrs. A. F. Pickard; 2nd prize for ladles flash light, donated by Pinch Co., won by Mrs. S. J. Callan; 1st prize for men, safety razor, donated by Payne Pearson Hardware Co , won by C. A. Hardwlck; 2nd prbe for men, shoe polisher, donated byStraw Shoe Co., won by James Watkins. CARRIE A. MeGEOCH VOCAL TEACHER Director First Baptist Church Caclt Stadia m IfeHh KftBtacky Fe 417 Grem Aeto Tk(E Special Sale One Day Only SaJ'irday, May 29th, for one day only we will make the following prices on the 5000 mile LEHIGH TIRES: Stocked Sizes 30x3 $11.80 " 30x32 15.60- " . " 32x3'2 19.90 " 31x4 21.85 33x4 26.90 " 34x4 27.50 Buy what you need now as we are advised there will be another advance m a few days on all Tires. PAYNE-PEARSON HARDWARE CO. CORNER MAIN AND TENN.