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m444Mm4444H , m Pharis Tires We Make Them Make Good We are proud of our tires and also of our tire sales. Pharis Tires are making a name for themselves in Lakeland and every buyer is a booster If you are not already a user get right Norwalk Cord Tires for the cord user C. E. Todd Hardware Co. MMMMMMM0MOOI0CM0 0OOMMMtMMMMM i TEN MILE SWIMMING RACE Labor Day CLE A R WATER BEACH Will C. Burget and Emit Fritch will battle the waves of the gulf for at least six hours. This is the Southern Championship Race and will be a hard fought battle. The course will be one mile triangular, allowing the contestants to pass the Judges ten times. A fine Loving Cup and Cash prize is being offered This will be the biggest sporting event ever staged in Florida, at Florida's most popular beach resort. Make your reservations early at The New Clearwater Beach Hotel for week end and including Labor Day as every available space will be taken. There will be no change in hotel prices on account of this gala event. Write or phone for reservations. CLEARWATER ISLAND BRIDGE CO. (Owners Clearwater Beach) W. H. SCHOOLEY, General Manager Mr. W. H. Schooley, Generaly Manager, Clearwater Island Bridge Company, Clearwater, Flocida. Dear Sir: We the undersigned find Clearwater Beach the best bathing resort on the West Coast as there is absolutely no undertow which makes this place ideal (or races or bathing. (Signed) WILL C. BURGET 1986 EMIL FRITCH Our 1 wo Stores Have Been Consolidated t And we are glad to welcome our many friends and customers 1 at our Main Street Store, formerly O'Doniel Grocery. We have an immense stock of fine groceries and meats to select from at our new store. As in the past, we wiH be glad to extend credit when desired, and we DELIVER YOUR GROCERIES TO YOUR DOOR Our prices will be as close as possible to make them, and our SERVICE WILL BE THE BEST Phone us up, and your orders will be promptly delivered. Edmonson Grocery Phone 93-279 R. F. LINEBERGER, florist Sneclal Attention to Furnishing Floral Pieces for Funerals, Weddlnfls, -Solher Social Occaslons-Alto Full Line of Ornamental House and Other X-Vegetable Plant, for Home Garden GREEN HOUSE, WEST SIDE CITY PARK PHONE 77 Lakeland, Florida When You are Wanting the Best Protection for Your Loved Ones GET A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY IN THE GREAT EQUITABLE LIFE OF NEW YORK see J. R. BOULWARE, agent Moved to Room 10, Fust National Bank Building LAKELAND WINS MONDAY'S GAME BY SLUGGING OUTLOOK FOE ATHLETICS AT ROLLIXS MOST PKOMISISG The outlook for 'athletics tor the coming college year at Rollins is en couraging. With much good material for base ball and basketball, the new athletic . , -director and coach, Prof. William R. Orlando, Aug. 31.-The Highland- Brewster, will have the make-up of ers had on their hitting clothe8 Inderal good teams in each of these Monday's game here and defeated the sports. Mr. Brewter will bring to his work locals 7 to 5. Henry held the Hieh landers scoreless for the first Ave in nings, but began to weaken in the eixth. In the eighth he was renlaced by Jim Black after the Lakeland buncn ad touched him up tor twelve h'ts. Mahoney, for the visitors, kept his hits well scattered with the ex ception of the fifth, when the, locals scored three of their runs. The box score: Lakeland AB R H PO Kowalski, 3b 4 0 1 4 Troutman, cf 5 Palmer, ss 4 Stewart, 2b 5 Criger, c 5 McClain, If 3 Johnson, lb Smith, rf .. Maloney, p. Brooks, rf , R 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 Totals 38 7 15 27 9 AB . 4 Orlando S'trenk, 8s Paird, 2b 3 Oilerman, lb 4 Hucufleld, cf 4 Donnelly, If 4 P.lack, rf, p 4 Schirmer, 3b 4 Nichots, c 3 Henry, p 1 Valentfne, rf 1 H PO 1 5 2 2 2 10 Totals 32 5 8 27 16 Batted for Brooks in eighth. Score by innings: Lakeland 000 001 Orlando 000 031 060-100- IIO W IT HAPPENED At Tampa 0, Sanford 1. At Bajtow 6, Daytona 2. At Orlando 5, Lakeland 7. At St. Petersburg 3, Bradentown 7. SIZING UP THE SITUATION W. L. Pet. Tampa ,. 32 10 .782 Daytona 25 13 .65$ Bcrtow 24 15 .615 Orlando 14 25 .350 Sanford 14 25 .35ft St. Petersburg ....... 13 26 .333 Lakeland 13 27 .325 at Rolling not only a genuine enthus iastic interest In college athletics, but of sucesssful teams in the Vermont school with which he has recently been connected also h's experience in army training camps. The general policy of the Rollins athletic program this year, as in for mer years, will be training for all interested in qualifying for any of the college sports. The real object of college athletics Is the physical development of tha student body as a whole as welV as the graining of certain special college representative teams. With this end in view a compre hensive program is being considered, which will give every student oppor tunity to qualify for some one or ; more of the college sports, major or minor. , Miss Isabel Edwards who success fully conducted the physical educa tion work for girls at Rollins last year, including the training of girls in swimming, basketball, etc., will work out) an even more constructive program this coming year, the de tailed plans of which will be an nounced later. The educational value of properly directed physical education and bene fits received from training in "teams" in any of the popular physical sports is no longer a matter of controversy. In the long run the best students and the most successful men and women ot later life are those who have not 7 j neglected the physical side of the academy and college life Friends ot the college will be in terested to know that Chancellor Brooks in his plans tor the college will place due emphasis on this side ot college life and give his hearty support and co-operation to a con structed and well-co-ordinated pro gram. Former Athletic Director, Mr. Ray Greene, now in office ot the secretary to the President, will lend his devot ed efforts to the success of the above program . Aquatic ports will be stressed more than ever. Aquatic contests will be scheduled and the Increasing interest of last year in aquatics will be cap liauzea. wun me support oi ouihiub ij.T.i.i.i.r.viii.u.uiJifrn 1 ft send, any tA To show we tninJCi he's itiiohty i-anel AUR Pop is just the nicest dad that ever made " his kiddies glad. He buys the best foods to be had and this is why we're never ba'd. Any body that eats pure food three times a day can write poetry try it. United Markets friends of the college, Interest in aquatics at Rollins will result in some very definite progress this com ing year. The arrival of two launches and one whaleboat from the Charleston navy yard will add much interest to life on Lake Virginia. TODAY'S CALENDAR OF SrORTS RhcIiik Close of meeting ot Saratoga Asso ciation, at Saratoga, N. Y. Opening of meeting bf Montreal Jockey Club, at Montreal. Opening ot meeting of Counaughf Fark Jockey Club, at Ottawa. Trotting Grand Circuit meeting at Readville, Mass. Great Western Circuit meetings at Des Moines andMllwaukee. frlckH- Incognlto cricketers ot England vs. Franktord Cricket Club, at Philadel phia. ' Boxing- Terry Martin vs. Jack Sharkey, 12 rounds at Boston. Phis Delmont vs. ''Happy" Smith. 12 rounds, at Bayonne, N. J. EDWARDS' POOL AND BILLIARD HALL OVER MAGNOLIA PHARMACY Meet Yotsr Friends Here "WHERE COURTESY IS PARAMOUNT" 1912 They Coma and They Qo 1920 LAKE REGION LAND COMPANY 19. Business Eight Years In Lakeland No Dissatisfied Clients List Your Property With Us Buyers Waiting We have Calls for Two to Five Acre Tracts With House and Grove What Have You to Offer List Your City Home With Us Room 7 Over Famous 8tore Opposite Park The Sign of the Dance Wherever you see a Columbia Grafonoh, right there you have an invitation for t dance. Move back the chairs, roll back die rugs, and then put on your favorite one step or a-ripping, jazzy fox-trot. Start the Columbia Grafonola and the dance is on. And you can dance to the very last not of the record. You never hare to leave yoor partner and make a dash across the floor to stop the Columbia Grafonola. Its excltuwt Non Set Automatic Stop takes care of that. Nothing to move or set or measure. Just start the Grafonola, and it plays and stops itself. Come in and let us demonstrate tha stop that needs no setting. WHIPPLE MUSIC COMPANY TODAY'S EVENTS Birthday greeting to Queen Wll helmlna of the Netherlands, 40 years old today. Centenary of the birth of William H. Huntington, who bequeathed his great art collection to the Metropol itan Museum in New York. Gov. James H. Cox, Democratic presidential nominee, has accepted an Invitation to speak today at the Ohio State Fair, at Columbus. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic candidate for Vice President, Is to conclude his western tour with an ad-' dress at Indianapolis today. The Prince of Wales, aboard the cruiser Renown, is scheduled to ar live at Honolulu today for a visit of two days in the Hawaiian capital. The far-famed Baby Parade, which has made Asbury Park known the world over, is to take place at the New Jersey resort today. A joint convention of the United States "Military Telegraphers' 'Asso ciation and the Old-TIme Telegraph ers' and "Historical Association will be opened today at Toronto. The American Eipedftionary forces will pass into history today, when the only remaining unit of the army that fought in France, A. E. F. head quarters in Washington, ceases to er ict. Nine Republicans are seeking the nomination for governor In the Mich igan primaries today. Woodbridge N. Ferris, former governor, Is unopposed for the head of the State Democratic ticket. The Magnet Has no more Drawing Power Than Our Bargains Our stock of fall and winter Dry Goods is a magnet that draws the attention of every careful buyer in this community. Our goods are all carefully selected and well assorted. There is satisfaction here for all. Whatever you need or want, we will exert ourselves to supply you. OUR AIM IS TO SATISFY EVERY CUSTOMER IF POSSIBLE Everything in the way of clothing for the School Children. Many bargains in wearing apparel for the housewife. RACKET STORE C. E. GRAFTON, Proprietor LAKELAND, FLA. We Have Moved Into The Kibler Hotel Block in the store room formerly occupied by the Puritan Bakery's tea room, where, we will be pleased to wel come all our friends and customers. O'Steen Jewelry Co. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY KIBLER HOTLL ANNEX PHONE 82 1 1 1 1 if- ()'-- ',' if' i i. i , I; if " l ii ; 4 , -I' ft n r .