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EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND. FLA., MONDAY, AUG. 16, 1920
PAGE FIVB Lakeland Laconi PC i I VU I Us. W. T. Mcllwaln la able to Mrs. A. L. Orrell haTwTT I nt again after a short illness! r6mnve, a.r ! hfd her t0D8,la Mrs. A. n, cianaing ana otner Lminent Bartow ladies, are shop- in Lakeland today. Ye 'Mrs. S. E. J ones leu Saturday for visit of several weeks with her Uer in Atlanta. Mrs. j. u. unmn is visiting rela tes and friends for about two weeks Hot Springs, Ark. m. P. Trout has returned from a Wnt two months In Kentucky. Vile away he attended a family re- Son. Little Pearl Anna Chiles, an at Cctive young resident of Plant v, is in Lakeland the guest of her Lnd-parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. aln. wcu uau ner tonsils removed Saturday at the same time I nflr &inw ouu n0Dert underwent a similar operation. Miss Gertrude Overstreet is build ing a six-room modern bungalow and garage In the 900 block on Mississip Pi avenue. P. W. Mercer is the con remain for some time longer. The friends of Mrs. Hillman will be pleased to learn that she Is much better. Mrs. T. L. Waring and daughter, Miss Annie Laurie, spent Saturday In Tampa. suitable location. They are delighted with Lakeland and the climate. , W. E. Cochrane, of Wauchula, was in the city yesterday visiting friends and relatives. Henry McCall, Jr., la entertaining bis friend, Reverdy Wright, of Oviedo. i E. H. VanSickler and family, George E. Cox and family, and J Bunyan Smith and family left today tor a two-weeks' outing at Indian Rocks. Mis8 Marguerite Cason and Master Dowling Keith left yesterday noon for various points in North Carolina. They will be gone until September 1st. T. B. Hillman has returned from Richmond, Va.. where he haa the past two weeks. His family will Mrs. H. N. Hebb and sweet little grand-daughter, Alberta Elliott, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Polsom, In Wauchula. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mason are spending the week in Tampa They expect to leave shortly lor a Irlp lo Washington, D. C. Mrs. C. E. Henderson and daugh ter Elizabeth are visiting In Tampa, guest8 of Mrs. Henderson's son, J. R. Henderson, and her daughter, Mrs. Anna Louise Gettys. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Goodwill leave today for Bramwell, W. Va., where they will spend some time, af ter which they will go to New York state and New Hampshire to spend the remainder of the summer. the north and are making many friends here who will be pleased to know that they have taken up their residence here. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Moore and children returned-- yesterday from Pass-a-Grille, where they have been spending the past week. Theo Apostolou has bought a fine business lot In the Peacock block, which was swept by fire last spring. He contemplates building. The lot faces Florida avenue and the consid eration is said to have been $6,000. ! The W. C. T. U. will meet Tues day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Cumberland Presbyterian church. We would like to have more of our mem bers attend these meetings. Bad as is the Jacksonville-Way-cross road, latest advices from trav ellers tell us that it is little J worse than the Lake City-ValdosU road which until quite recently had 'a better reputation. There' Is' not much to choose between either routes, but if one has to leave Florida, It seems best right now to go by way of Jacksonville. Mrs. F. P. Middleton and daugh ter, Mrs. J. F. Faust and the latter's daughter, Miss Margaret, all of Baz ley, Ga., are In Lakeland, guests of Mrs. Mlddleton's son, J. P. Middle ton, and her niece, Miss Gertrude Overstreet. The Membership Council of the Chamber of Commerce will hold its J usual meeting at the Tremont Hotel tomorrow (Tuesday) at noou and a 'Mrs. J. M. Holland, Jr., returned large attendance of the members Is' urged. Misses Frances and Eugebla, aoi .VAararnsv rrnm ManrlAvanTilla to C, where they spent several weeks. .They returned sooner than they had 'rlanned on account of the continued .heavy rains and bad weather which Dr. and Mrs. George W. Dietz, of Philadelphia, are viaitors here and desire very much to remain perma nently if they can find an attractive, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gentry are expected home from their stay 'at Hendersonville, S. C, word bavins; been received from them from Val dosta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry went from Lakeland to Macon in their car, which they stored there until their homeward trip Mrs. Wallace Riggins and attrac tive children, accompanied by Mrs. Riggins' mother, Mrs. Conrad, and prevented them from enjoying the Mis8 Evle Key, leave today for Green ' outing as much as they had antld Sprlngs, where they will enjoy a'pated. " month s vacation. L. G. Furman has purchased a home on the corner of Lake and Lime streets from J. W. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Furman are newcomers from Boxing fans of Lawrence, Mass., a V nont tA o at o trrtA tn Ana 1 A when Tommy Robson and Mike O'Down will come tobether In the Mill City for a 12-round contest. $25.00 FREE DAILY $20.00 AT NIGHT $5.00 AT MATINEE NEW CASINO $25.00 FREE DAILY ' $20.00 AT NIGHT $5.00 AT MATINEE HUB CLOTHING COMPANY Presents as Fine Gift Today ONE NECK TIE JEWETTS DRUG STORE Presents as Fine Gift Today ONE BOX STATIONERY MELTON-OTl CLOTHING COMPANY Presents as Fine Gift Today ONE PAIR SILK SOX 1 REYNOLDS DEPARTMENT STORE 10 CLONTS DRY GOODS STORE 19 McDANIEL SHOE STORE f 28 KIBLER HOTEL J Jg etcp W"ed 1 Article to be Named Article to be Named Article to be Named . ft i rH?VT0,RE 11 CF? & TACKER 20 O'STEEN JEWELRY COMPANY 29 DICKSON GROCERY 1 Article to be Named 1 Article to be Named ( ' Article to be Named I Article to be Named 3 UNITED MARKETS 12 WARING GROCERY STORE ' 21 PINCH COMPANY lo J. E. BASS CIGAR FACTORY 1 Article to be Named Article to be Named j Article to be Named Article to be Named 4 LAKELAND BOOK STORE 13 THE HUB CLLOTHING CO. 22 J. C OWENS 31 STEVENS JEWELRY CO. ! Article to be Named Article to be Named Article to be Named Article to be Named 5 FORD SHOE STORE 14 WOOD & STRIMPLE GROCERY 23 WRIGHT PRESSING CLUB 32 RED FRONT VULCANIZING SHOP 1 Article to be Named Article to be Named 1 Article to be Named Article to be Named 6 CITY DRUG STORE 15 JEWETT'S DRUG STORE 24 COLE JEWELRY COMPANY 33 WHIPPLE MUSIC COMPANY I Article to be Named Article to be Named 1 Article to be Named Article to be Named 7 EDMONSON GROCERY 16 MELTON-OTT CLOTHING CO. " 25 MAGNOLIA PHARMACY li DEUCASSEN SHOP I Article to be Named Article to be Named I Article to be Named Article to be Named 8 HENLEY'S DRUG STORE 17 McKAY FURNITURE COMPANY -IT BUCHANAN'S CAFE 35 Article to be Named Article to be Named Article to be Named Article to be Named 9 KLIM MILK AGENCY 18 LAKKE PHARMACY IT WARNER HARDWARE CO. "36 Article to be Named Article to be Named Article to be Named Article to be Named NO INTERMISSIONS N.0 WAITS WE SHOW BIG PICTURES DAILY TODAY ONLY MAYFLOWER PICTURES CORPORATION PRESENTS "The Deep Purple" FROM THE PLAY BY PAUL ARMSTRONG THE GIRL WHO TRUSTED ANDTHE MAN WHO " BETRAYED TWO MEN, ONE WOMAN AND THE LOVE OF LOVE V? ; Y .Ay yN. . l A . y h A Vr v f MISS THE S jfv SfrS-f'r' y.&z&PZ'Z play A VIVID DRAMA OF THE -.: DEEP PuPLr ! r-J.iH Tictutrt Ue girl-so lovely-so whoksome-so trusling-so out of pU in llm sordid unoV LloSuhtLi-atte d Ifaith d, fa. U,c of and Wt. . tjfof Played in A. adowy byway, of uXngue. ADDED ATTRACTION FORD WEEKLY AND LYON AND MORAN COMEDY TOMORROW ONLY B R A ' N T W A S H ,B U R N BUYANT WA&HBURN and LOIS WILSCN M sctne fron'lOO MUCH JOHNSON A PARAMOUNT ARJCRAFT PlCTuRt IN- "Too Much Johnson" "ONE MAN IN A MiaiON COULD Do WHAT HE DID!" He sold his troublesome mother-in-law for $5000.00, but before the deal was finished -you'll say he earned his money I A picture that rocks with fun Cornel Enjoy it. ADDED ATrRACTION! HANK MANN IN "BUBBLES" EuHUnx Orer WHb Fun -It's a Knockout!