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yj NEWS OF YOUR FRIENDS AND THEIR FRIENDS THE WEATHER. To the west and to the north of Lakeland there were heavy rains dur ing Sunday hut no rain fell in the city or the immediate vicinity although the sky was threatening most of the day. Old Sol was in evidence during the early morning but great banks of clouds soon hid his face, continuing to do so throughout the remainder of the day. Asa result the mercury did not climb above 85 degrees while the early morning reading was 73 degrees. During last night the “low” was 73 degrees, the same as Sunday. This forenoon was rather warm, the temperature going up to 88 degrees but threatening showers wil perform the usual function of sending the mer cury back down the tube. W. D. Richey, of I.eesburg, spen' Sunday in Lakeland the guest of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Lena Smith, at her home on North lowa’ avenue, Mrs Smith accompanying him home Sun day night. a H. B. Morse and family left Satur- Hty for Anna Maria Beach. Bey will spend a week. Mr. Morse. Hid son, H. 8., Jr., returned home Hinday, and the rest of the family 'will return some time this week. \ Mrs. R. \V. Horne, of Shamokin, Pa., is expected in Lakeland within a short time, and will be accompanied on her return home by her mother, Mrs. Catherine Cardwell, who has been ill for some time. Miss Rachel Clonts left at noon to day for a six-weeks trip during which time she will visit in Atlanta, Geor gia, Hendersonville, North Carolina, and will ake a business trip to New York City. Mrs. C. T. Clark arrived in Lakeland Saturday evening from Hot Springs, Arkansas, called there by the serious illness of her little daughter. Louise Hallman, whose condition, however, is somewhat improved today. Mrs. Mary Buford and daughter, Miss Catherine, of 1414 South Suc cess avenue, left Saturday evening for a month’s trip to Montgomery, Alabama. Lynnville and Nashville, Tennessee. Word has been received from Mrs. E. L. Mackey, from Birmingham, Ala bama, where she went a month ago to be at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. A. M. Hawkins, that the latter is in a very serious condition. Mrs. *950 CASH Buys Brand Nezv Dodge Touring Car With $75 worth of Extras Must Be Sold This Week Good Reasons For Selling APPLY AT Telegram Office Announcing the Opening of A New Meat Shop and introducing Lakeland to Miller’s Market at 212 North Kentucky Avenue % Tuesday, August 8, 1922 Mr. H. T. Miller really needs no introduction to Lakeland folks. In his new shop he will handle a high-grade line of Florida and Western Meats and will render only first class service in prompt delivery of all orders, no matter how small. All you have to do is telephone No. 744. Hawkins visited in Lakeland several winters ago and the friends she made here will be sorry to hear of her con dition. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hardwick and Miss Grace McKay have left for a two weeks stay at Clearwater Beach. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Sloan and son, Edward, have left by auto for Hen dersonville, North Carolina where Mr. and Mrs. Sloan will remain for two months, Edward returning in time for school. Miss Lena McCrary has as her guests at her home on South Florida avenue. Pierce R. McCrary and fam ily of Jacksonville. Tlic many friends of Mrs. M. E. Gracy, who has been quite ill at her home on South Mississippi Ave., will be pleased to hear that her condition is somewhat improved today. Mrs. Bradford G. Williams of 205 West Lemon street, returned Sundav from Chicago, Illinois and New York City. She has been doing work in the Illinois College of Chiropody. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Stephens and son Harold, will leave Wednesday for a month's vacation in Somerset, Ky., their former home. They will make the trip by automobile, and are anti cipating good roads most of the way. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Jeffeott, and sons, Hugh and Billy of Export, form er residents of Lakeland, left Sun day morning for a several weeks stay at Pass-a-Grillo, where they nave leas ed a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. A. Raymondo and daughter, Mary Elise, and Mrs. Rav mondo’s mother and sister, Mrs. E. P. Jones and Miss Myrtle Jones, of Bar tow, left Saturday by motor for Hen dersonville, North Carolina, where they will spend several weeks. They will visit with relatives in Jackson ville for a few days on their way north. Clarence C. Hill, Jr., of the linotype department of the St. Augustine Even ing Record, was a visitor in Lakeland a short while today, enroute to Tampa and St. Petersburg on a two weeks’ motor vacation. Mr. Hill was amazed and delighted at the good roads and the wonderful scenery of this section of Florida. He plans to return to Lakeland in a day or two for the pur- LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1922 pose of making a ,e\v side trip; and visiting poin s in Polk county and this section of the state. Mrs. A. If. Darrneott < f 311 South Florida avenue, is confined to her home by illness. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sne-d of Couth Kentucky avenue, are confined to their home by illness. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bowyer and sons, Bert and Ernest, are expected homo the first part of next week from a several week’s visit spent in Hunt ingdon, West Virginia. Circle Number Nine Holds Fine Meeting • Circle number nine of the First Methodist church held an interesting meeting Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. C. B. Weeks on Rlueficld av enue. Folioying the devotional and busi ness meetings, a white elpphant party was enjoyed, after which dainty re freshments of fruit sherbet and cake were served by the hostesses of the afternoon, Mrs. C. B. Weeks, Mrs. S. L. Townsend, and -Mrs. A. L. Weaks. Dollinger-Williams. F?tends of the groom, whose home was formerly in Minnesota and who has spent several winters in Lake land, will be interested in the follow ing announcement: Mrs. Delln J. Bolieau announces the marriage of her siseer Winifred Ethel Williams to Mr. Charles Joseph Bol linger, Monday the seventh day of July, nineteen-hundred twenty-two, St. Peter’s Episcopal church, St. Pe tersburg, Florida. Wilson-Donaldson. ’ Friends of the bride will be inter ested in the. following announcement from The Tampa Tribune: Wilson-Donaldson Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reid announce the marriage of their sister Ella M. Donaldson to Mr. W. A. Wilson On July, the second nineteen hundred and twenty two Redford, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs., Wilson will be a: homo to their friends after Septem ber 1, at 103 West Park street. Lake land. Mrs. Wilson formerly Pvod in Lakeland with her sister, Mrs. B. M. Housley, and was a frequent visitor to this city. • . Delightful Party Given For Nuell Collins. A delightful party was given i t honor of Nuell Collins Thursday even ing near the filling station on North street. After many interesting tvames deli cious refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. This party was enjoyed by twelve couples and chaperones. —Contributed. Miss Gladys Wilson Will Entertain for Guest Miss Gladys Wilson will entertain with a rook party Wednesday after noon at four o'clock at her home on South Kentucky avenue in honor of her house guest, Miss Elizabeth War nock, of Inverness. PALACE MARKET IS NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP OF STEPHENS & McCRANIE The Palace Meat Market at 208 EAst Pine street, formerly owned by Henry Mott, was this morning taken over by anew ownership, composed of R. D. Stephens and C. B. McCranie, both well-known Lakelanders. Mr. Stephens has been in another line of work, while Mr. McCranie has been for some time connected with Edmonson’s Groc ery Store. It is announced by the new owners that special stress will be laid on the quality of the meats they handle together with efficient and courteous ervice. The Palace Market has long enjoyed a high reputation that will be rigidly maintained, state the new owners. Falling beneath the wheels of a fast freight train at Erie. Pa.. Harold E. Prug of Buffalo was killed. I AM THE LAW! The law has come to stay— abide by it. MONEY for YOU If you buy that dia mond while the 20% discount is on. It’s up to us. Let us show you. Cole Jewelry Cos. Jewelers and Optometrists / *1 Laconics NEW RESIDENTS. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. MacManus. form erly of Dayton, Ohio, are new resi dents in Lakeland where they are lo cated at 411 South Lake avenue. Mr. MacManus is the local representative of the Duro Pump and Manufacturing Company of Dayton. LADIES AID. The Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the home of MrS. Alex McKay on South Water loo avenue. All ladies of the church aro urged to attend. LOOK HERE VIRGINIANS. There will be a meeting of all old Virginians in the city or surrounding conutry Tuesday night at 8:U0 o’clock sharp at the Men's Bible class room, First Methodist church, for the pur pose of forming a permanent club. ROTARIANS MEET TOMORROW. Lakeland Rotarians are looking for ward with a great deal of interest to the regular weekly luncheon at the Hotel Thelma tomorrow. Rotarinn Egbert Lusk is in charge of l lie pro gram which will include short talks on timely subjects. Included among the speakers will be Mrs. George Wright, representing the Sorosis club Mrs. Wright will discuss some of the avenues of useful effort open to Ro tarians in the making of a belter and bigger Lakeland. Another speaker tomorrow will be Dr. Buck, resident physician and surgeon at Brewster who will be in attendance at the meet ing of the Polk county Medical Asso-I ciation in Lakeland. Some special musical numbers are promised. MEETING MOTOR CLUB DIRECTOR?. The regular monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Polk county Motor club is announced for tomor row morning at 11:30 o’clock at club headquarters in the Elk hotel. RANSACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Several unknown men forced a back door in the Chamber of Commerce building Sunday night, amt entered the rooms on the lower floor occupied by the Chamber of Commerce. Three of the desks were ransacked, and the l thieves made off with a stamp box in which were stamps to the amount of 50 to 75 cents.. Evidently the men were seeking cash, as a gold cigaret holder and a raincoat were not taken. I DEATHS ! ♦*••••♦•♦♦• •’% •"♦•’♦♦***7**"***t**t**l**t**l* 4 !**!* CHARLES B. KANODE Charles B. Kanode died at his resi dence, 1411! South Florida avenue. Sunday. August 6th, at 7:45 a. m„ at the age of 67. He is survived by Ills wife, Sophia R„ and one son and one daughter. The funeral services were conducted from the residence this morning at 10:30, the Rev. (1, W. Ros enbSrry officiating. The Dixieland Methodist church choir rendered sev eral selections. A large number of friends was in attendance, and the floral offerings were numerous and beautiful. Interment was made in Roselawn. LACY LAFAYETTE VICKERS Lacy Lafayette Vickers died at his home in Providence, on Sunday, Aug. 6th, at 12:30 p. m., at the age of forty years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dacy Vickers, and a large num ber of relatives in this immediate country, where the deceased spent practically his whole life. The funer al services will be held at liis late residence this afternoon, and inter ment will be in the Socrum cemetery. bee, residence, north of Florida aven ue, on August 1, a daughter, Catherine weight, six and one-half pounds. Posf number 4 of (he Ameriean Legion will meet in the Woman’s Club building Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock. j Miss Louise Floreus I announces the opening of her I KINDERGARTEN | AND FIRST GRADE September 4, 1922 1002 South Boulevard Phone 427 Blue smmiiiiiiimiiimissiiiiiiiimiisiiimiiimishmiiiiiii BUTTONS COVERED —All styles, acorn, flat and round, all sizes. HEMSTITCHING at low est prices. Careful aud most sht isfactory work. • , Mrs. Lee’s Dressmaking Shop 807 S-Florlda Are. Phene M 7 Blue 11l m ■fi? They are GOOD! H. T. MILLER ESTABLISHES MILLER MEAT MARKET ON SOUTH KENTUCKY AVENUE Lnkolunri is to liavo a now meat | j shop. II T. Millr, who has boon : with lh* I’aluro Market lor soim* tiin#-, j ] will tomorrow morning opn what will | ho known as thn Millor Markot at 212 [ North Konlurky avonm*. in an- I i 11011 m ing his now busintss ontorpriso, i ; Mr. Millor givo; as.su ran re that ho plans to handlo tho *ioioost of Flor ida and Wostern moats of all kinds and will pay special attention to prompt delivery of all orders no mat ter how small. TOO LITE fO CLASSIFYI WA NT 101 > Young lmly stenographer wants work in afternoons. Answer stenographer, care Telegram. cl 7-!i. BUY YOUR MEATS at Miller's Mar ket. Phone 744, 212 N. Ky. Ave. FOR SAI.K—SI.7I) Burrough's adding machine, in perfect order, used four months. Leaving city. For quick sale will take $!!,(). 1)0. O. J. L., care Telegram. It BUY YOUR MEATS at Miller's Mar ket. Phone 744, 212 N. Ky. Ave. STRAYED Olt, STOLEN' One white I with brown spots, 8 weeks old, pointer pup. Answers to name “Ilex." Reward. Phone 560 (Jreen. and S-!i i FOR KWII A\(!K Thoroughbred | Duroe hoar, 2 sows, S shoats, four #-liorse-puwer gas engine, good as new. Any part or all for galvanized pipe, horse, cow, small boiler, Ford truck, or lumber. Write or phone T. L. Waring, Lakeland. and S-lo WANTED—Ssoo cash on city prop erty, first mortgage. Address James, care Telegram. cl 8-11 BUY YOUR MEATS at Miller's Mar ket. Phone 744, 212 N. Ky. Ave. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Bradford Williams announces to her patrons and friends that she lias-returned from her trip to Chicago ml New York where she completed i special courses in beauty culture and chiropody during the summer. and 8-8 AGENTS' WANTED—We start you in tile candy-making business at home, or small room anywhere, furnishing everything and buy your candy. Ex perience unnecessary. Big pay. Men- Women. HOUSE OF CANDYMAK- Klts, Philadelphia. Pa. and 8-21 FOR SALE - Trade, give terms, Ford touring. 1922 model.. Ford light De livery truck, 1921 model. Huick “4". The prices are right. Phone 625. Hill's Garage. d-8-9 FOR SALE—The first and last chance on Lajje Boney on Dixie Highway, one mile from Lakeland. Fine bath ing beach. Boats for hire, cold! drinks, lunches. Tourist season com- j ing. Fine place for man and wife; 4 living rooms. Price S7OO. Phone 514 Green. L. K. BOULTIER. It BUY YOUR MEATS at Miller's Mar ket. Phone 744, 212 N. Ky. Ave. NEW CONCRETE WORKS. East Rose street at Canning Factory. Building Blocks, l*'ers. Bases, Caps, Foundations, etc. P. O. Box 684. S. C. FARRINGTON. d-9-7 71 AM THE LAW! There is only one thing to an— and by the law. 2 —3 n n LmmJ < § 5"o § < =•§ "a. m s*s. - i 3 X Q- IT = • 5- Q as Q- JV ft sh r ii Ifi p* 5 74 ts g:g 23 s— l'f m gg II I- if: 33 *— 3 i 2. -- c -y— - =' §* i > a S s s 1 - S. s- *7* S sr i Bo n o O ■= 5 -3 r 1 IS- § I DO |2. •§ 3"> Q-: Ihbi H OQ ■■■3 < " “FOUND” AT 512 WEST PEAR STREET A place where you get 16 ounces to a pound Not a cut-throat price, with short weights to “make up," but honest weights and right prices. Look these prices over and send in your order: Round Steak 18c T-Bone Steak 18c Loin Steak 18c Chuck Steak 15c Stew Beef 10c All other Meats in proportion. Join our list of satisfied cus tomers. We carry a full line of Groceries, and deliver them to your door. “Ask Our Customers.” M. L. HENLEY Phone 835 512 West Pear I AM THE LAW! There is only one thing to do— abide by the law. BUY YOUR M^ATS at Miller’s Mar ket. Phone 744, 212 N. Ky. Ave. . Why Take Only 4 When You Can Get 6? Your Savings Can Earn 6 ( / Instead of the Usual 4 ( / —The Difference is Worthwhile . . You owe it to yourself to investigate the advantages, safety and increased earning power of the SAVINGS CER TIFICATES issued by The Industrial Loan and Savings, Inc. These certificates may be had in any desired de nomination, and pay 6', per annum. If You Need Money You will also find this a most convenient, economical and confidential place to negotiate a loan. Here the wage earner can borrow just the same as a business man does at a regular commercial bank. Our system is fair, liberal and confidential. Industrial Loan & Savings, Inc. DYCHES BUILDING Phone 800 Lakeland, Florida PAGE THREE BUY YOUR MEATS at Miller's Mar ket. Phone 744, 212 N. Ky. Ave. I AM THE LAW! The law has come to stay abide by it.