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Another oneAenth of an inch of
rain fell over Lakeland during Mon
day afternoon, bring more relief to
parched groves and gardens. Today's
forecast holds out hope for addition
al showers out of the east and north
east. Last night the mercury went
down to 58 degrees and at noon to
day stood at 83 degrees.
Miss Victoria Coleman and Miss Lo
raine Waiver, of Plant City, were vis
itors to Lakeland Monday.
A. F. Hoefle, a former resident of
the Lakeland Highlands, is a bus*
r.ess visitor to Lakeland from Miami.
Watson Conner has returned to
Lakeland from a stay of several
v/eelts In New York City.
J.W. Sharfenburg. of the Westmore
land Floral Gardens, will leave Thurs
day to spend the summer in Jefferson
City, Missouri, and nearby points.
Miss Hilda Mitchell, of New York
City, daughter of T. J. Mitchell, of
West Orange street, continues to im
prove from her severe illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Brian O. Jeffcott and
little son Hugh of Export were among
the out of town attendants at “H. M.
S. Pinafore” Monday evening.
Miss Hazel Ormsby, of 218 South
New York avenue, has relurned to
Lakeland for the summer after teach
ing the last year in the schools of
J M. J. Bouchard, of Atlanta, Georgia,
Litas left on his homeward trip, after;
W pending a few days in Lakeland, the
guest of his mother and sisters, Mrs.
E. L. Bouchard, and Miss Eugenia :
and Miss Helen.
John Gilbert, who lives three miles
north of Lakeland, will leave Wednes
day for the government hospital, fif
teen miles out from Asheville, North
Carolina, where he will undergo treat- -
ment for disease contracted in mili
tary service during the world war.
Mrs. Sumter Nash. Mrs. Maude!
Rabe and daughter, Miss Dorothy,;
who have been frequent visitors to ■
Lakeland, while spending the winter
in Auburndale, are leaving today for
their home in Akron, Ohio, intending
to return to Florida early next fall.
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Piner, of Or
lando. are in Lakeland today, having
found it impossible to stay away from
their old home town without an
casional visit here.
Kenneth Warren of the Warren-
Wright Orchestra, which had winter
headquarters at -Winter Park, is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs \
George Warren, of the Hotel Mar- i
Vin b , t -
f Miss Mittio Spivey, who has been i
spending the winter in Lakeland at j
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. I
Brantley on South Waterloo avenue, |
will leave Wednesday for her home )
in Eatontown, Georgia.
Miss Ollie Hart, who recently clos-1
ed her school near Bartow, left for
'lndianapolis, Indiana, after spending
the week end lif Lakeland at the
home of her nephew and niece, Mr
and Mrs. Bradford G. Williams, on
West Lemon street.
Mrs. Frank Thompson, of 502 South
Florida avenue, has, .returned from a
short visit to Ocala, where she form
erly made her home. This was Mrs.
Thompson's first visit to Ocala since
her marriage, and she was made the
guest of honor at several delightful
social affairs.
Hon. and Mrs. H. J. Drane are ex
pected to reach Lakeland the latter
part of the week from Washington,
D. C., where Mr. Drane has been at
tentling to his duties as congressman
from this district. Miss Josephine
Drane, who has been with her parents
in Washington, will visit in Ithaca,
New York, before returning home.
American Legion Auxiliary tonight
at 8 o'clock at the Woman's club
Pan-Hellenic Association, Elks
Home, tonight at 7:30.

If you have ever ridden over a rough road
in a springless vehicle you will appreciate
the usefulness of springs which absorb the
Life is generally conceded to be a pretty
rough road, and there is many a shock
coming \p the man who is trying to get
along without shock absorbers.
There are numerous shock absorbers on
the market for such an individual, but the
best is a bank account.
Ask any man who has one and he’ll tell
Central State Bank
Circles 4,5, 6, to
Meet in Bible Class Room
On account of the illness of Mrs
Fannie C. Witten, at whose home,
Circle No. 4,5, and 6, of the Woman’s
Missionary Society of the First Meth
dist church, these circles will hold
their meeting Friday afternoon at
3:30 at the Men’s Bible Class room
of the church.
Warren-Wrlght Orchestra
To Give Dance at Thelma
The Warren-Wright Orchestra,
which has been wintering in Winter
Park, will make its last appearance
i for the season at the Hotel Thelma
j Thursday night. Lakeland feels an
! especial interest in this orchestra,
! which has two Lakeland members,
( Kenneth Warren and Roy Mclntyre,
j and the success of the organization
|is a source of pride to the many
: friends of the boys.
Elk Lodge Plans
Series of Social Affairs
The Elks Lodge has decided to
have a social affair on the first Thurs
day evening of each month, and the
first of the series will be held Thurs
day of this week.
A short session of the lodge will
be held, beginning at 8 o'clock, and
at 8:30, social proceedings will begin
Cards and dancing will be arranged
for and each Elk is expected to bring
a lady.
These affairs are strictly for Elks
and there is no charge.
Mrs. Whitmore Entertains
In Honor of House Buests
Mrs. L. J. Whitmore, of 203 West
C'anncn street, charmingly entertain
ed her neighbors on Cannon street
Monday afternoon in honor of her
guests, Mrs. Edna Potter and Mrs. R.
L. Whitmore, of Elkhorn, Wisconsin,
who will soon leave for home.
The afternoon was delightfully
spent, the guests being as follows-
Mrs. Pctter, Mrs. Whitmore, Mrs. W.
R. Caldwell, Mrs. Blanche Cline, Mrs.
IL. Hutchingson, Mrs. H. T. Brown
Mrs. F. Kutrow, Mrs. J. H. Truner.
Mrs. E. W. Osborn and Mrs. Oxley,
[of Corwick, lowa.
A delicious salad course was serv
ed by the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
W. R. Caldwell.
H. Harold Hume, president of the
Glen St. Mary Nurseries, reached
Lakeiand at 7 o’clock this morning
for the convention of the State Hor
ticultural Society, of which he is pres
ident. He was met at the station by
H. E. Cornell, vice president of the
Glen St. Mary Nurseries, and plans
were rapidly made for an airplane
trip over some of the beautiful citrus
section of Polk county in George Hal
deman’s plane.
The start was made at 9:30 and the
trip lasted forty minutes, in which
time the plane and its delighted pas
sengers passed over Bartow, Winter
Haven, Dundee, Lake Alfred and Ad
burwlale as well as Lakeland.
Returning from the 65-mile trip, Mr
Hume said that he had never dreamed
that the country would look so beau
tiful from the air, and that he had
never seen so much in any other forty
minutes of his life.
Jack Matthews, of 508 South Flori
da avenue, left Saturday for Chattan
ooifa, Tennessee, called there by tie
sudden, deatli of his mother, Mrs
Julia Matthews. The funeral was
held in Chattanooga Monday morn
ing. Mrs. Matthews formerly livet
in Lakeland at 308 South Florida
avenue, and was esteemed highly by
all who knew her. The many
friends of the family will regret her
death and sympathize with Mr. Mat
thews in his loss.
R. A. Ball, of 511 East Oak street,
was struck by an auto and thrown
to the pavement at the corner of Main
street and Kentucky avenue at ten
o’clock this morning. Mr. Ball, whe
had just stepped from another auto,
assumed the blame for the accident
saying that it was not the fault of
the motorist.
A short session of the city court
this morning netted the city about
SBO, most of the charges being for
train riding, speeding and the like.
At the annual meeting of the Polk
County Beekeepers' -i ssocia-ion,
which was held in the Board of Trade
rooms at Bartow, Monday. Mrs. Al
bert A. Cobb, of Lakeland, who has
been serving as vice-president, was
made president of the organization,
the other officers being C. M. Page,
Winter Haven, vice president; Burt C.
Johnson, Lake Alfred, secretary and
Following the election of the offi
cers tvas a general discussion of honey
conditions and markets over the state,
led by Frank Sterling, of Gainesville,
who also spoke on the honey plants
of the state.
Much interest and enthusiasm were
shown, and the officers and members
are hoping for an increased member
ship for the ensuing year. Refresh
ments of ice cream, cake and orange
crush were served and the meeting
adjourned to meet ort the second Mon
day in June in the park of Mr. F.
W. Pope, on Lake Hollingsworth.
The officers of the Florida
State Horticultural Society have
requested the Evening Telegram
to eVtend the Society's cordial
invita ior. to the public to at
tend the sessions of the conven
tion. Much valuable information
will be dispensed at these meet
ings, and the fact is emphasized
that everybody is welcome.
Due to the indisposition of Mrs. H
E. Memminger, of Lake Morton
L l ’. ive, it has been found necessary
to change the place of the holding
of the reception Thursday afternoon
of this week at ranged in honor of
•tax G. I. Hi. I ''.’, the new rector of
Ml faints Epi c0g..1 (Lurch, and Mrs.
Hill'u and family instead of hold
ing the recep -t-r at the Lome of Mrs.
Memminger, it will Ik held at the
i.oir.e of Mi-!. Clayton on the Lake
Hollingsworth Road. The hour will
be from 8:30 to 10:30 o’clock and
automobiles will be parked on South
Massachusetts avenue in front of
All Saints church from 8:00 o'clock
on for the accommodation of thosv.
who are not provided with tars. In
vitations have been extended to the
clergy of Lakeland and to many re
presentative citizens lo take part in
ne reception.
Lakeland Rotarians have arranged
o lease the bathing privilege at
Mac’s Beach on Lake Ariana near
Auburndale next Thursday afternoon
from 4:00 tq 6:00 o'clock for the
boys of Lakeiand, ranging in ago
.'rom 12 yea'rs up. The boys are
tsked to assemble at Munn Park
Thursday afternoon when automo
biles will be ready to convey them
o Lake Ariana. ' ' ' '
U. V*’. Iversen, of the Lake Region
Land Cos., realtors, has moved his
office from the Famous building to
111 East Main street where he has
space with the Hart Electric Coin
>any. This gives Mr. Iversen ground
floor space in a prominent location.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McNeai, par
ents of Ben Pulliam of South Missis
sippi avenue, left today for their
homo in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Phis was the second winter that Mr.
and Mrs. McNeai have spent in I.ake
and, being their eighth in Florida. In
ommenting on Lakeland. Mr. Mc-
Neai says, “From what I have ob
served I can say Lakeland is the
best church going and the most mora.
town that I have been in.”
Rizand V. Bryant, of Kathleen, died
Monday forenoon at 10.30, at the age
of 78 years.
Mr. Bryant was born in Florida and
was one of the oldest settlers of this
community. He was a worthy mem
ber of a highly respected family, and
his loss will be felt by a wide circle of
The deceased is survived by his de
voted wife and six brothers and sis
ters, as follows: J. Wesley Bryant,
and Holt Bryant, of Lakeland; Lee
and Frank, of Socrum, Alex, of Tam
pa: Will and Mrs. Mary Moore, of
Plant City, and a sister in Tampa.
The funeral service was held this
forenoon at 11 o’clock at Kathleen
and interment was made this after
noon in the Socrum cemetery.
FOR RENT —Seven room house close
in. All modern conveniences. Sum
mer rates. Phone E. Tucker, Sr. 495.
FOR RENT —A four-room unfurnished
house, lights and bath. S2O per
month. 412 W. Orange street. Phone
LOST—White bobbed-tail fox terrier
with black ears. Answers to name
Pete. Liberal reward. Miss Dor
othy Moore, 203 West Park street.
Announces ,
The Opening of Her
May 8, 1922.
1002 S. Boulevard. Phone 427 Blue.
Scott Lake Picnic
Saturday, May 6
On Saturday, May 6, there will be a
picnic at the Zietlow Landing on
Scott Lake, five miles south of Lake
and. Everybody is Invited to come
and bring baskets well filled with
good things to eat. Cold drinks and
ice cream will be sold also by L.
Don't forget the baskets, and every
body come and have a whole day of
There, will be plenty of fishing for
those who like the fun of fishing, and
frying on the lake shore. |
International Trustee Arras of Columbus, 0., Speaker of Evening—
Other Prominent Kiwanians From Visiting Clubs To Be Called
Upon—Doyle Carlton To Be Announced District Governor
Lakeland's "newest" Kiwanis Club
|in the Alabama-Florlda district to
night acts as host to-the first Florida
Inter-city meet of Kiwanis clubs
| when the Kiwanis club stages the
meeting at the First Baptist church
lat 8 o'clock. Edward F. Arras, one
|of the best Kiwanis sneakers in In
ternational and an enthusiastic K*-
Iwanian will address the meeting on
j Kiwanis ideals.
President A. R. Carver of the Lake
land Kiwanis Club announces that
the Intercity meeting lo he held to
night will he attended by delegations
from anferd. Orlando. Plant City,
oytona. St. Petersburg. Bartow. Talli
nn a"d nossihlv Jacksonville Miami.
J and West Palm Beacc.
j Tallinn will have a large delegation
{bout fifty Kiwa"ians making the trin
by motor according to secretarv An
; gtts Williams of the Tampa club, and
jthey will bring their wives with them.
Tampa proposes the name of Doyle
Carlton for distri-t governor to suc
jceed Edward G. Branch of Monteom
jerv, whose term expires at the Jack
sonville convention in August, and it
is understood that formal announce
ment of his candidacy will lie made
The Republican Club held its reg-'
alar monthly meeting Monday even
ing at the Woman's ('lull building
and the occason was much enjoyed.
A short business session was held
after which an excellent program
was rendered.
Piano solos by Miss Mildred Steph
ens and Miss Ona Helms were de
lightful features.
The speaker of the evening v.as Dr.
G. W. Rosenberry. pastor of tin
Dixieland Methodist church, whose
topic was "Citizenship."
Dr. Rosenberry delivered one of the
finest addresses ever presented be
fore tliis club and he was given the
closest attention.
During the so.nil hour. refresh
ments of delicious punch and cuke
were served. . •,
The next meeting of the club will
bo held June 5, and at tin's time off!
cers for tile coming year will be
Miss Lula and Mis* Susie May
Clower. of 501 South Tennessee aven
ue, will have the sympathy of a wide
circle of friends in the loss of their
brother, John Clower, of Carrn nolle,
wdiose death occurred suddenly at 11
o'clock Monday night. Tilt) Misses
Clower left at noon to-*atteml the
funeral which will occur in Cairo.
Georgia, on Wednesday. Tile deceas
ed was a well known railroad engin
eer and leaves a wife and two child
■ **--- ———
Bargains In New and
Used Building Material
Salvaged •fctiinber. clean and now ap
pearing, mostly No. 1 Y. P.
Per M HIS to $lB
Hot Air Heaters, guaranteed
heat 8-room house SSO
Screen Boors, perfect condition, ,75c
100.000 Gill. Wood Tank and Tower,
less than One-fourth Price
New Plumbing Goods
Water Closets, complete with enamel
tank, china bowls, guaranteed
seat $24.00
6-Light White Pine Window Sash, in
perfect condition, each 75e
Write for Complete Price Lists
The Camp Johnston
Salvage Cos.
Box IS Jacksonville. Fin I
One More Chance
To trade in that old wood or oil stove
on anew Gas Stove. We allow from
$6.00 to $ I 8.00 on any gas stove we
Lakeland Gas Cos.
|at the meeting tonight. In view nf
the foot that Alabama has had the
district governorship for the past
vpar It Is believed the convention
will follow the nrccedent formerly es
tablished and elect the man thp Flor
ida Clubs endorse. Alabama support
ing the Fle-ida nominee
Edmund F. Arras, of Columbus, O .
who will he the nrineinal sneaker to
night is no' only t> member of the
■ interneMon.-d Board of Trustees ef
Kiwanis but is one cf th** really b*p
men in Kiwanis a"d bis name is be
ing mentioned for Intermitionnl Presi
dent. lie is a side",did speakeraml
| will undoubtedly give local and visit
ing Kiwanians anew vision of Ki
' Wiinis.
• There will lie other mmakora to
. oigl" among whom will be Dr. Win.
U Pcwe'l. president of the Tampa
i club, and other prominent visitors.
Local Kiwanians are invited to
| bring their ladies to the meeting to
! night, as many visiting ladies front
; Tampa will be in attendance.
Plant City. Bartow, Sanford. Tam
pa and St. Pe'ersburg have notified
secretary Frank Sanford that they
will all lie well represented at the
meeting tonight.
! Before a small, but appreciative ati
j dience at the Auditorium Monday
| evening, the Community Players of
| Tampa presented "H. M. S. Pina
; fore." in a highly creditable manner.
They carried their own scenery, the
deck of "Pinafore,” where ail the
j action takes place,
j Tlte quaintness of the opera, which
• has made it a favorite for many
years was well brought out. G. 15. j
Clinch was a delightful Sir Joseph
; and Editli Pri e as Little Buttercup. |
anl Beth Penn as Cousin llcbe gave I
excellent preset.tot'ons cf their parts i
with much ease of inunn°r. 11. C.
Sli diter made a coavincit g Dick
Dendeyc tit" unlovely. It. It. Lam
btrion was a hand.-avre and song'n l
Captain Core tan, while Ethel Ben- j
nett was his charming daughter, woo-!
ed and won by the melodious and !
earnest Ralph Raokstraw. taken by j
A. Weidenauer, and Phil Clark as '
the Bos’n was fully tit) to the mark'
of >he other players.
One of the features that was most!
enthusiastically encored wan the
dancing of the. sailor’s hornpipe by!
Florence Key.
j The chorus work was excellent ant!
!n splendid orchestra accompanied the
Tilt I 'roughly experienced anti sue
cassfttl citrus grove developer wishes
I to co-operate with man of means in
I the purchase and development of
i groves that have been affected by
i| freezes, drought:!, etc. Such groves
. can be bought very cheaply, rapidly
developed by proper methods of cul-
Itivation and made a source of great
: profit. Can furnish references. Ad
! dress, Citrus, care Telegram.
Rocky .Mount, N. C„ May 2. —Ada
j Jones, the singer, and maker of prob
j ably the greatest number of vocal
I comedy graphaplione records, is in a
' critical condition in a local hospital
' suffering with acute bright'.; disease
j and relatives are hastening to her
' bedside. Physicians hold out little
j hope of her recovery. Miss Jones was
I taken ill here yesterday morning.
Wednesday Golden
Rule Day Specials
5 yds. Cretonne (25c) SI.OO
4 yds. Col. Leinene (35c) SI.OO
7 yds. Black Hawk Bleaching (25c) .SI.OO
4 yds. 40-in. Long Cloth (35c) SI.OO
6 yds. Pajama Checks (25c) SI.OO
6 yds. Percale (25c) SI.OO
3 yds. Flaxon and i ishue ($1.50). . .SI.OO
Gowns and Comb. ($1.50 each) SI.OO
Small lot Shirt Waists, asst, sizes. . . . . SI.OO
One lot Silk Hose SI.OO
of Lakeland
To the creditors of .1. NY. Itauisilell ami .1.
ny Coffey formerly co-partners trading a* J :
Kainsdcll Company, of Lakeland, Polk County 1
and district aforesaid :
NOTICK is hereby jilven that the above
unmet. .1. NY. Ramsdell and .1. NY Coffey, In
dividually and as r •-partners trading as .t.
NY. Kamsdell Company were duly
bankrupt on to-wit. the loth day of Febru
ary. 1922, and that the first inee.lim of their
! creditors will he held at the offlee of the un
dersigned referee, rooms Sand P First Na
tional Hank builditiK. Tampa, Fla.. on the
KIOHTBr.NTH lA\ or APKII.. 1922, at
We Have
Asphalt-slate Shingles
That we can sell at $6 per square
Dugger Lumber Company
Lumber-Sash-Dcors Phone 400
Late Model Used
Cars For Sale
1922 Reo Speed Wagon, cord tires,
cab and delivery body. Used only
6,000 miles.
1921 Light Six Studebakcr, 5 cord
tires; car has been driven only 6,500
miles. Looks like new.
1921 Oakland Six, 5-passenger, re
painted, cord tires; in excellent shape.
Bargain at price asked.
221 South Florida Ave. Phone 65
J TKN O’CLOCK in the forenoon, at which
j :ime the creditors may appear, prove their
ciaim examine me naiikrupt, elect a true*
ee and transact .such other business as may
j e.-nie before said meeting.
Hausl T.iiani. Florica, this . r th day of
Npril A l>. 1922.
H: I*. BAYA,
A had sprain heals slowly if not
treated with a remedy that has tile
power tot penetrate the flesh. Bal
lard's Snow Liniment is (Especially
adapted for such ailments. Three
sizes, 30c. Goc, and $1.20 per hottle.
Sold ly all druggists.

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