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LAKELAND v o
9 LACONICS
EYBNING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, FLA., TUESDAY. AUG. 31,
1920
BOOOOOOOQ 00000
Miss Allie Patton will leave tomor
row for -Winter Haven, where she
goes to visit friends for several days.
Mr. Harry Edmonson has purchased
a handsome new Cole Eight car, re
placing his grey model with a black
one of the latest type. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Edwards left
today for a two months' trip to Bre
vard, N. C, where they will enjoy the
fine mountain air and scenery.
, Mr. R. BT F. Key and family re
turned yesterday from a week's stay
at Green Springs, Miss Evie Key will
remain there ior ten days' longer".
Mr. J. J. Haldeman is driving a
handsome new Ford coupe, which he
will use for pleasure and in the con
duct of his growing real estate business.
Mrs. W. M. Steitz is getting along
nicely her friends will be pleased to
learn since her tonsils were removed,
and was able to return to her home
today from Morrell Hospital.
Judge and Mrs. W. M. Gober and
two children, William and Maurine,
returned, home last right from a
visit with relatives and friends at
Macon, Ga.
Mr. Jim Passemore, of St. Peters
burg, arrived in the city today to at
tend the Halden-McRae wedding to
morrow night, and is the guest of
Mr. W. D. McRae and family '.
Lakeland ball fan8 and the public
generally will be interested to learn
that Mr. Burleson, who has been
critically ill at Morrell Hospital, is
continuing to improve, having been
out of danger for several days.
J. T.VARY IN CITY
HOSPITAL BADLY !
MASHED BY TRAIN
AT LAKE WALES
Last night about 9 o'elnrk t t
Vary, Seaboard brakeman, was
brought to Morrell Hospital from
Lake Wales where he wa. bi.
njured when he was mashed h-
tween two freight cars on the Sea
board road, while makWa counlin
Both thighs were badly mashed and
in one leg a deep puncture was
found, which was bleeding nrofuseiv
owing to several veins, muscle8 and
small arteries having been severed.
He was given prompt surgical at
tention here, and was dnin a ,n
as could be expected. '
Vary, who gives his address as 208
Twigg St., Tampa, was making the
coupling, and it is stated the engineer J
misunderstood his signal, and the
man was caught between the cars be
fore he had succeeded in making the
coupling. It is understood he has no
immediate family, but his parents live
in Georgia.
TAGEKm
Elks Dance Tomorrow Night
One of the Elks usual pleasant
dances will be held tomorrow night,
and the attendance promises to be
large.
Some persons have been of the
opinion that stores would remain op
en hereafter on Thursday afternoons.
but we are informed that the closing Galney, Gertrude McRae, flower girls;
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0 IN SOCIETY
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Mrs. T. I. Woods
To Entertain
Halden-McRae Wedding Party
Tills Evening
Following the rehearsals at the First '
Methodist church this evening, Mrs
T. I. Woods will entertain the Hal
den-McRae wedding party at a buffet j
supper at the home of the bride. The
guests will include the bride and ,
groom-elect, Miss Aileen McRae, Mr. j
Harry Halden, Miss Myrtle McRae, j
maid of honor; Misses Josephine
Drane and Adelaide Higgins, brides
maids; Gracia Lou Woods, Mary Lou
agreement extends to the last Thurs
day in September instead of the first.
Mr. E. N. Good and family leave
in their car Friday morning for their
former home at Bristol, Tenn-Va.,
where they will enjoy a delightful
three weeks' visit with relatives and
friends.
Miss Clara Kibler, who has been
the charming guest of her sister, Mrs.
Herman Watson, returned to her
home in Dunnellon today. Miss Kib
ler has a wide circle of friends here
who trust her visits to Lakeland will
be frequent.
Mrs. j. I. Mitchell, who haB been
at Morrell Hospital for some time,
where she underwent an operation,
was able yesterday to return to the
Hardaker house, where she and her
husband are stopping while in the
city.
John Halden, best man; Fred Ben
ford, Will Sammon and Morgan
Groover, ushers! Mrs. J. F. Wilson,
organist; Henry McRae, singer, and
Paul Henderson Jr., ring bearer.
The wedding will take place to
morrow evening at the First Method
ist church, and is an event around
which much interest centers. Fol
lowing the wedding, all friends of the
couple are invited to the McRae home
cn North Tennessee avenue, where a
reception will be given from 9 to 10
in honor of the happy couple. The
I bride and groom will leave on the
10:50 train for Jacksonville, where
they will take the boat for New York
City, enjoying a three weeks' wedding
trip before taking up their residence
in Pennsylvania.
BLACK Mrs. Rube Black, aged
35 years, a daughter of Mr. Martin
Tyre, of Auburndale, died at that
place yesterday afternoon. The casket
was furnished by the Gentry Under
taking Co. of this city. Interment is
being made this afternoon in the Au-
Frank Holland, of Bartow, a broth
er of Judge-elect SpesSard Holland,
is improving mceiy after an opera- ( burnjale cemetery.
tion at Morrell Hospital last Friday j
for appendicitis. Mr. Holland's many x boys in Miss
Lakeland and Polk county friends snndav School Class.
will be pleased to learn of his satis
factory condition.
Ollio Carter's
No. 16, will
meet her at their home at 509 South
Tennessee avenue to go on a little
picnic to Francis Beach.
Mrs. Lessie Ormsby English writes please bring a little lunch ana oe
from Fitzgerald, Ga., that she is leav-'at her house at 3:30 sharp, Thursday
lng for Macon, Ga., to spend a week
or ten days and from there will go
to York, S. C, tor a visit of several
weeks. She very kindly adds -And I
don't want to miss a single issue of
the Telegram for it brings so much
news from home.''
afternoon.
SECRETARY.
August has been the banner month
jwith the local police aepanmeni
j fines, including those collected in the
local court this morning, totaling II,-
400, the highest record attained by the
in its history. For the
Mrs. Virgil McRae and two children past several months the department
returned this morning from a delight- j ta8 been payjng all expenses and hav
ful seven weeks' visit with relatives ,pg a Bma BUrpius. The expenses of
and friends in Boston and other Mas- 'tlie department are about $1,000 per
eachusetts points. While away Mnr.month and tne 8Urpius this month
McRae visited her father and broth- amount8 to about $400.
ers, and being her first trip home
since her marriage, it was naturally; Mr H. E. Pritchetfs many friends
fraught with unusual pleasure for all wili regret to learn that his condition
concerned. was considerably worst yesterday,
- and it was being considered moving
The Edmonson grocery is nim trom ureeu siimuB
about entirely arranged, and with the aj at Clearwater
two- sDlendid stocks of the O'Doniel message
And Ertmondson store,, combined, this
However, a phono
from Mrs. Pritchett this'
morning stated he was some better to- j
... a . 1 h wknthnf that.
Rtore i one which would do credit to day, ana u is not mow,. ucu..
a r It y considerably larger than Lake- win remain at Green Springs
land. Further improvements are con- Clearwater
temnlated by Mr. Edmonson, and
go to
or return home. Mr.
Pritchett has been quite ill for some
when all are complete, this win De a
model grocery equal to any city store
timp of lumbago, and his wide circle!
of friend3 earnestly trust that soon he
will take a decided turn for the bet-
Rev. J. F. Pirkard. of St. Angus-.T
tine, accompanied by Mrs. ricsaru
and their two daughters. Misses
Faith and Edwina, left St. Augustine
yesterday morning in
Lakeland and Sebring
will visit relatives
Four cases of bubonic plague are,
reported to have been discovered In j
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their car for fans. iu
where: they imlzes the danger of an epidemic. J
. ..tanfa'' tiaa hpPTl formed '
until September a uh : L . .
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the guest, of Ret. Pickard's brother. k:a to guarantee the peace of th.
Kr. A. I Pickard and family. . FalkaM.
Any
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time
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TOMORROW ONLY iSffi.
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With .
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pecial
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2 POUNDS SUGAR
LOAF BREAD
ONE PACKAGE SALT
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