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c .' a . if M I I kf w 3 LAKtLAniJ LACONICS orBl5BfiBo0011flc O JU1SS uen Watson "iss to Epworth league he r Z T11611818011' assisted by League at the hospitaMe-WaU home r7n J 7 a Iarge number of young People enjoyine thi mof ' " ? boooooo a o a a a a a a Mrs. H. B. Carter and children ars to at HenderBonville, N. C. ' Mr. Charlie Henarix is quite hl8 friends will regret to learn. W. B, Jacques, who formerly man ufactured a spraying preparation, and arried on other business in Lakeland, tas been adjudged a bankrupt. Mrs. J. L Skipper is spending a couple of weeks at Green Springs en joying the pieasureaof that noted "re it'rt. ''.'.v. Mrs. Frank Smith returned yester day from a pleasant week's visit at Leesburg, the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Richer. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Stephens left today for Hot Springs, Ark., where they will spend some weeks. They are Baking the trip In their car, and an ticipate a very, delightful outing. Mr. W. W. Chase and family are row in Asbeville, where they are en joying Hie to the limit. They will be away for at least six weeks yet. It was stated in' yesterday s Tele gram that Mr. Loring Bracken had arrived in Lakeland, but this was an error, as he will not be able to come at this time, as was expected. Mr. Billy Norvell has returned Irom the peaca orchards of Georgia, i and also before returning home he enjoyed a pleasant visit with relatives in Macon. Messrs. W. C. Norvell and S. E. Jones have formed a real-estate firm with offices jc the' Deen & Bryant llullding. Mr. Jones will be the ac tive manager and . the arrangement I will not interfere with Capt. Norvell's railroad duties which he. will continue I to perform. SAFETY WORK The meeting of the Lakeland Dis Itrict Safety Committee was held in Itendent, yesterday morning and many welfare of the men were discussed, land acted upon. This work was start in October, 1918, and much has teen accomplished towards making Miss Mildred Hampton Entertains 4.75 1 11.75 Ike railroads safer for employes and the public. fare present: J. F. Council. HunerlntAnrient J. A. Suit, trainmaster. Ceo. Burnham, agency supervisor. W. C. Norvell, conductor. C. A. Windham, flagman. M. L. Bradley, law agent. . Gub Daniels, roadmaster. A. D. Boring, engineer. R. S. Izard, yard conductor. " m Catherine Funk, secretary. The Lakeland Shop Safety Commit- It belli thai miuH. 1, ., EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND FLA "V VoVib',1" "!WH W4HC RADDV - k i i iini iuuniuu , WEDNESDAY, JULY M. 1110 FAG3TITV In various nroei-esdv. Afferent gam r.J rv " w" "auic, Miss France Ruth Grambling proved the czent. and she was presented WPnfTl?e'ab0k'Whlletheb'V went to Miss Lucy Wilkinson. In a memory content, in which those pres ent were to name over 41 different "tides, which they had only a few moments to examine, Mr. Tolliver oryani proved to have the best mem DIES SUDDENLY AT SPRINGFIELD, MO. The news of the death of Wm. Watts Barry, 20 years old, July 2. at Springfield, Mo., wllfcome'as a great shock to his many friends. ! He was here tor a year attending second year tt high school and attending Method ist church South. Away on his vaca tion he was taken violently ill and was hurried to the hospital where he was operated on' for" appendicitis. But peritonitis developed and'he lived only one week. His mother was with Wm all the time at the hospital Watts Barry, as he was known foali, was a universal favorite with a prom- ory, and he was presented a box of kl Y?ver8al favor,te a prom candy, while the -nn.ni.M- . ,8lnS' future In commercial and busi of candy, went to Miss Helen Stacy. ' "-ucious refreshments were prrf I i nose enjoying this very pleasant af T. P. .Tofforfi ' . Lakeland, for Mrs. A. L. Dormant . ... ur were Misspq irttttiA.inA v Ruth Carter, Reed. Marv woow. ttwo chI1lren. Mrs. Dorman also be Evelyn Yamall, Elma Rohinn Jllng a former resident of Lakeland: IX J i.eacn, oiga Lindgren, Lois Bell, Hel- Mr.'and Mrs. T. P. Jeffera bi. tertalned a number of little' folks at en Stacv. Svhn - ' - - vn uiif,auri.ii . i i ur i . Prances Ruth firamhiin M.,.'t?lelr residence, 62 Virginia avenue. Boulware, Dorothy' Carter THday afternoon fm to 6 o'clock. Grambline Louise Lucy Wilkinson, Alberta Carter , ineir mtle nePhew ant! Messrs. Dwight Robison. NnrH, .n ece' Lawrence and Virginia Lee Ralph Upson, William Skipper, Earl Futch, William Watson, Clifford Wil son, Myron Booth, Fred Ivey, Arthur Clonts, Robert Boulware Tnin Bryant and Irving Fraley. Dorman of Daytona, Fla j On the spacious porch at the con clusion of the games, a most tempting ice course was served by Mrs. J. H. Hatfield, Mrs! E. C. Cooner. Mrs. Ralph Griffin, Mrs. R. B ' mnr anA ratton-Wllburn NupfJnls !Mr8, I)orman- J Daytona, Fla. ' rvij it,. ... The porch was nrtlsHcnlW Wm. " iiiib uuy are in receipt , ... cf the followins interesting announce-?, 1? Ptted ferns and "anglngbas- IP em; - . " o'o uniBies unu m Mr. Belus Linley Wilburn ' center ot the venda was a large announces the marriage M C0Vered wIth a lace cloth yer of his daughter, Wn Wh'fh Was placed basketa Mary Lou th cand!es and other dainties. 1 0 ' ! 0n the lawn we found two miniature . Mr. Henry Lee Patton 'f 68 ,Up0" Which were P,aced 0- on Thursday evening, the fifteenth Pt ?V? Ch,,dren; one lake'8 of July, nineteen hundred ZZZ f tber' In tWS and twenty manner the little boys sought their Henry Watterson Hotel, 1;" tbe aftern00n - Louisville, ky. fce conm W6r6 & " At home ', Horse Cave, Ky. !M flt"C Marf J,Ia' and EH Mr. Patton is a son of Mr. and raCk1L","e,M?,adT; n t m- and Caro,lne Hatfield. Lillian and tv. tt. EuBene Cooner, Leona and Jeanett ViESltCU IUCU1 IttlC lctL W1I11.C1 . fit L.Jt.. v.. t-,: neiKoisKy, Amanda and Richard , ' . L,.,. . ... . ... . M00n- Emalynn and Thomas Pulllam this fall for a visit. Mr. Patton' is a i I l.. r: :::D": :' ' . tieien ani Mat" smith Mizeii,sarah . ... Ul inters lor saieiy.an.i y. ommcu.. UUBmeB0 m.u ui "",8C ind Margaret Finney, Norman Tracev I ltcolf..a J! -J lo. V., tKn will moW Ihoin mail 1 1 fl I ") Cave Kv whore thv will make their '''..ney, iwman iracey( Lave, Ky., wnere tney will maKe tneir T0seT,hliift Fnior Anr,i r- Yjii... I .1 l .......v ucu J J VJ 1 1 J r.cme. nm t. j . . i.ininn ocituuuur, jonn Anaerson, Vir ginia Lee and Lawrence Dorman. " .6.75 I I ATTENTION, TROOP 3 L4.75 L9.75 36.75 1U CAN D JUMP RARIiV SHAVE THESE CE CON- Miss Mildred HamDton very delieht- 1 - - - -i r tmi, ,ir,IU l, AT The following memners fully entertained three tables of Five , BAPTIST CHURCH Munarea yesieraay anernoon ai ner , home on Soutl Kentucky avenue j There w be Bpecla, 8ervi. e at The rooms were lovely with their pjm Bapt,8t church th)g eyenl. be; decorations of pink roses, which were gnn,ng at g:30 oclock A number used most effectively. At the conclu- , be baptizdd and Mr Bntzm, sion of the games, it was found that , 8peak on How Me&aMes high score had been made byHss BJe8Hing8i.' Bess Chamberlain, and he was pre-1 A ,arge attendance Is expected and scnted a box of handsome stationery, it , esnB.fli1v ron.,o,,o on -' - " 'J v.Mwavv-v nil Will wh o the cut nnze leu 10 mis. j. r. Getzen. Delicious refreshments of chicken sklad, sandwiches, olives and iced tea war a aorved. Those enjoying this pretty party were Misses Bess Cham berlain, Florence Conibear, kudX Wnen the doorg Qf LaMode wen? Turner, Evelyn Cowdery, Georgia opened at 9 0-c,ock thJg mornlnK( and relham, Genevieve Morrow, Annie the bg ?30 000 Rale was forrnajy ..on-. Cargill Mayes, Gladys Wilson, Mrs.;there were geveral hundred shoppers J. P. Getzen and Mrs. Malcolm Mc-!waltfng to take advantage of th(l Mullen. .many bargains offered, and the large j force of clerks were soon busy wrap- 1, bring their Bibles. I I ARGE CROWDS j TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE , BAKflAlNS AT LA MODI I I Don't forget tomorrow afternoon at 15 to Egypt Springs.' WATERMELONS L- E. Ellis has another car of those Nous Party for Young Visitors To Montgomery The Montgomery i pfng packages for to see was to buy. i Alt J . 1 1 . moi . . io unruieviiici rtii uaj me wore nas oeen melons on th traela near , . j FtuckvAvo r. The Montgomery Aoveuibw thronged, and there yet remains many hare row ZJ tains the following account of a par- money 8aying bargng ,n a ,Jnes I v 6"ue. .. 5.00U ; . . i. I Hf nnl Mr. ity given in tnat city uy m. wfiicn it win pny shoppers to investi gate. Mr. Ott stated he was going to cut the price and those who have f iled the store all day long find his statement entirely correct. The ad vertisement carried in yesterday's Telegram, giving prices of marked down goods, certainly brought th crowds, and the same advertisement, in larger form, will be found again cn Page 2 of today's issue. cm 1 M GLORIA J I rV : BRAND 1 TYPEWRITER f j RIBBON ( sr jgssSk I .eTUiM (, Jr lire "'V. THtAuitawlBOROCO. , CWBON j ( r I I L. A WANT YOUR CARBON PAPER AND TYPEWRITER BBON BUSINESS.. WHEN YOU NEED A RIBBON pHONE 260, WE WILL BE GLAD TO PLACE SAME ON YOUR MACHINE. E CARRY A FULL STOCK OF COTTON AND SILK WBBONS ALSO ALL GRADES AND WEIGHTS IN iak PAPER. WHY SEND THIS BUSINESS OUl TOWN. OF lakeland Book Store ATTENTION, FIRST CLASS SCOl'TS fAWO J I TODAY -p ' '. T Paramount 8k" v w 1 ' Presents . . A . &f., T $ f Dorothy I a 11,v,,u Merit badge examinations on Swim ming and life saving will be given to - ; n.orrow afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp on Crystal Lake. Flaming Arrow Camp. All firat class scouts in good j I standing are urged to make applica- j tinns at once. A pinetree patrol, made up of eight first class scouts, with 10 erit Badges eacn, is Deing iormea. Watch the work of this patrol. SCOUT EXECUTIVE. 4fiORA fiOAT FOLIC AUCTION SALE 200 thoroughbred breeding Angora nrnnies, offered In lots of ten, July 27. Fred S. Gray Ranches, half mile south of Callahan, Fla. ' V The .average Chinantin can slee'p anywhere amid deafening uproar, on the ground, or in any position. 7W. DOROTHY DALTON -.'His Vi Fes Eteni AN INTENSELY INTERESTING STORY JUST SUITED FOR THIS POPULAR STAR AND PRODUCED BY A BRAND THAT HAS NO PARALLEL Who Wants Three $5 8&? Who Wants Free Passes ? Keep Up With Us-We Have Two More Knock outs to Spring Friday and Saturday! Goirig Higher THURSDAY ONLY 0 ID "WHAT'S YOUR HUSBAND DOING?" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE If you want to laugb until your sides ache, (or the love of mike don't miss this. It will make you laugh until your face hurts. "TT'CJ PACV TA mnr t wrrn it i t-t So saying, he 'phoned Friend Wife he'd been "caHed away on business." That ?ery night a raid! . On a naughty placed calledHoneysuckle Inn. You know: Co p ter ror wa goo "Great heavens, my reputation lockup "Morning, Judge" an', every thing! It will take Lakelanby Storm ! REMEMBER It's Tomorrow Only ! The Great New Stars of "23y2 Hours Leave" i iUS MACLEAN f ORIS AY V;;i 'If il t 4- '. . .