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INEWL&W.SUPT. Lakeland Laconics I SECURED FROM EVBNINQ TELEGRAM. LAKELAND, FLA . TUESDAY, SEPTi 14, 1820 Is. Wallace Rigglns and children, day, spending Sunday night with Mr ! nMUUlUd, T. w. wu.au woo rjcKara'8 brother and family Ret1 have returned home from a de- end Mrs. j. f. Pickard and daugh ' Between now and October 1st, Job U1 month's Btay at Green ters, at the Grace MethodUt J013: a expert electrician, of ege. They are in Jacksonville today ,Americus- Ga- wi arrive In Lake. 'cn a brief businesa viait n iiland to take charge of the Light and fred Chiles returned last night which they are returnlne to LalJ i' Water Plant 88 superintendent, the a monw 5- si. Aueustine Record Ler up the Atlantic coast as far ft9 Boston. Other Lakeland P . ;h0 were aboard the same iJe oml lTZV" Ut Clouts and Fred Ivy. and of , are expected home today. Irom .Jj1- J ! scuthwpst to Lakeland who . wllirh ,1" T i ,o "c'6 upeuea loaay. fceent comers arrived in the city to make this nermanent home are Mr. John .,, Williams ana lamny, wno nava - - - - - puu..5- ht the A. D, Leonard property . ,, lUD ",uuua aKe Ini. iqtabeula street and are now oc-1 f ",U1C Terence, nas isiaueuw , returned to this ritv v- line same. Mr. wniiams is a . . ' ai"" uur6" WrofMrs. D. M. Castles of this " Vl oluu,u aam a and hails from Rock Hill, S. C City Commissioners having recently arranged to secure his services. For the past five years Mr. John son has been in charge of the light and gas plant of Americus, and Is said to be a thoroughly competent man, and an excellent citizen. A1 leading citizen of Americus who was recently in Lakeland, said: ''Lakeland is to be congratulated on getting Mr. John son. He is In every way competent;: tr. handle your plant here; he grad uated years ago from a New York electrical college, and his services to Americus have made him Invaluable. most successful season in the North. !IIe only leaves us because he wants move to Florida." -T I J 1 1 .1 ,W1 V 1 . E members of College Creek Let- "' ",,s wa we orities who are Interested in I W house n Suth M-tolpjrt ave rting of a, City Pan-Hellenic '"ned b Z; B- Carter and H. , - - v .wimci ij wuuulicu a bicycle business in the Herron build' alteland are requested to meet at liorae of Misses Florence and Hel- onibear, Stephens Apartments, at o'clock on Thursday afternoon, at h time plans will be under dis- ion for the forming of such an nization. All Greeks welcome. iss Elsie Padgett, who has been ding the summer vacation in the h and who returned last week left n on Sunday for Lakeland, where has resumed her duties as a mem- of the faculty of Lakeland High lol Palatka News. Miss Padgett visited here on several occasions le guest of the Misses Wilma and May Davis, who were her col- mates at Stetson University. Augustine Record. Ing. Messrs. Carter and Turner hm packing their goods preparatory to moving to Wilmington, N. C. L. A. Morgan, a leading citi- of Augusta, Ga., spent Sunday in Eland, the guest of his son at the fcr's home at 501 West Peachtree Jet while enroute home from Fort de where he spent the past weefi. Morgan owns a fine grove at Fort m and with his family he expects pake that place his winter home. county will gain an excellent en In Mr. Morgan, and we con ulate Fort Meade on acquiring a fine family. rthur F. Pickard, president of the Jral State Bank of Lakeland. Fla.. Mr. Dwiggins also of Lakeland. oie of the directors of the bank, Je visitors in St. Augustine Sun J. Wade Tucker, KissimmeeV wealthy lumber man, who invented Ihe Woodtex brick, bids fair to bring his home city more fame by develop ing an industry which will directly benefit the community. Mr. Tucker has laid out a chicken farm on his estate just north of the city limits and las already taken the initial steps to ward building up a large chicken bus iness, for 500 handsome birds have al ready been secured as a nucleus for hi? flock. 000000000 0 00000 5 IN SOCIETY 0 OO&0O0D00O000OC Iiebekahg Enjoy Fine Sndal Evening The Rebekahs enjoyed a very de lightful social evening as did their guests when, they gave a pleasing pro cram in their lodge roont last night, following their regular business sea. sion. The Rebekahs had as their special guests the members of the Maccabees, and these enjoyed a fine program of music, furnished by the Child orches tra. Delicious refreshments ' of sand wiches, ice cream and lemonade were served later in the evening. A thief was discovered in the home of Mr. J. H. Ratliff, 708 West Lemon treet. last night, or in the early bourn of this morning. The Intruder entered the house through the kitchen, and fame into the room of Mrs. Itatliff's mother, who was awakened and fashed on the light in time to see the burglar retreating, but not clearly enough to Identify him, or even to de cide whether he was black or white. At first it was thought be had been scared away "before be had secured ?.ny booty but later it was found that pocket-book lying on the table had nopp rifled of its contents, amounting 'o M.flO. Tt is well to be on the look out far such prowling gentry, seeing th:it hooses are securely fastened, and with a shot-gun handy to turn loose promptly. fini. J. I). Allen's 7Rtli I'lrtliday Fittingly Celebrated (Jen. .1. D. Allen's 78th birthday v as fittingly celebrated yesterday af ternoon by many of his old comrades, friends and Daughters of the Confed eracy, who gathered at bis home to extend good wishes and enjoy a well- j arranged musical program, given by the Child orchestra. After several numbers by the or chestra, a handsome gold-mounted fountain pen , given by the Daughters of the Confederacy and the Sons of Veterans, was presented to Genera! Allen. The presentation speech was made by R. B. Child. General Allen responded with an ii'teresting talk in which he expressed his thanks and also gave some inter i sting reminiscences of his experi ences in the civil war. A beautiful birthday cake which uas made for the occasion by Mrs. Allen, was cut by the General and .as served to the guests together with delicious lemonade and small dikes. The birthday cake was beautifully J i!ecorated with icir; and a large 78 j i presenting the General's birthday, t was placed on the top in colors. j Gemral Allen enlisted in 1861, anJ liiuglit through the war in the armies of Virginia, being a member of the second division of Stonewall Jack- an's corps. He was never wounded, j hut had several very narrow escapes. ! Is one of the South's grand old :.,pn. iiinl his Lakeland friends extend j Mm hesirty congratulation ana good ishes on the rounding out of another n il,, on the highway of life. CRAVATS Original and Distinctive You will find a distinctive group of cravais in original styles and patterns. Cravats that will blend with your makeup and distinctive features. Styles and patterns thai will add the required touch of harmony needed in your dress. TWs a wonderful .election of silk cravats in fancy pat terns as well as plain colors. fte new fall styles so far arrived are priced al $1-25. $2.00. and $2.50 Klks' big Carnival Dansant. Wed .sdiiy. Sept. 15th, 9 p. m-, Elks' Club. Lakeland. Fla. 3040 srmtv.s prop in the TE.MI'KRATl'RE OF 20 DEGREES - A lakelnos best cidthes shop When the big 32-Inch exhaust fan "gins its work ovr-r at the Lakeland Cafeteria, It seemed as if an ocean H-eeze was beginning to blow. We want to say to those that dined with ;v a few times but could not stand The heat and quit coming, that we row have the coolest place In town. vVe extend an invitation to the public o call in and get a real home-like meal. LAKELAND CAFETERIA, 20") North Kentucky Ave. 3051 Elks' big Carnival Dansant. Wed--sday. Sept. l'th. 9 n. m-. Elks' Clu .behind. Fla. 3040 J ADDITIONAL GLA5SIRED AOsJ THE HOTEL MATAXZAS nicely fur- J nished, for sale. Se? C. F. Taylor.! TODAY-BIG SPECIAL FEATURE GEORGE H. MELFORD'S PRODUCTION owner, Lakeland. Florida. 3052 OR RENT Furnished 4-room -ot- . innlv firt Relln Ave 30"i" i 4 TEACHER WANTED A teacher U desired for the sixth nd seventh grades of the Auburndale school. Applicants should address, F. H- Southwick, Secretary 8choo! Board. Auburndale, Fla. 3049 The Sea Wo BY JACK LONDON "I TAKE WHAT I WANT" Such was the Sea Wolf's creed. And in his brutal hands were this girl an4 the rich young idler who loved her. Then struggle, storm, mut iny; scene after scene v of thrilling adventure never equalled by another writ er of the sea. Till, fight ing for the girl, the idler became a man. WITH TOM FORMAN MABEL JUUENE SCOTT id- NOAH BERRY nqah BEWriEUUiM&SPD GREAT PORTING ' Vcdwto'THESEAVOlF' A PARAMOUN? ARTCttAFTPiauRfi CAST ADDED ATTRACTION CHAS. CHAPLIN -IN- "The Jitney Elopement11 OVERFLOWING WITH LAUGHTER A RIOT OF FUN FREE EACH DAY TO OUR PATRONS $5 Free Matinee $20 Free Night TOMORROW- fNO THER BIG PICTURE JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS ETHEL CLAYTON -IN- "A Lady In Love 9 With HARRISON FORD A quick-beating tale of a madcap maiden's heart. Beginning in a flutter with an elopement from a con vent. Thumping hard when the disillusioned bride discovers wife No. 2. Ending breathless in one of the most exciting med leys of love, law, scandal and happiness ever con ceived for screen ro mance. EXQUISITE GOWNS SUMPTUOUS SETTINGS ETHEL CLAYTON AT HER LOVUEST-COME! ADDED ATTRACTION TWO PART COMEDY ETHEL CLAYTON iad HARRISON FOR.D La a scene from. 'A LADY IN LOVE ' A PARAMOUNT ARTCRAFT PICTURE .