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Golden Rule Sale Day Directory
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31st. Following the established custom of Lakeland merchants, tomorrow (Wednesday), May 31, will bo another GOLDF.N RULE SALE DAY. Remember, the merchants engaged in this promotion of real service and a spirit of get acquainted and get together, are not offering articles marked down from $1 to 99 cents, but on the contrary are providing honest-to-goodness, genuine bargains that will readily be recognized for their worth. All bargains for cash only, no telephone orders and no delivery—but real values, and with these values good will and service. STITCHED LEATHER FAN BELTS FdV Fords —Special 10 c A. C. SPARK PLUGS All sizes, regular price 75c 36 c STANDARD TIRE & BATTERY CO. 122 East Main Street liJk STRIPED MADRAS SHIRTING 32 inches wide, fast colors, 50c value, yard 37J C CHALMERS ATHLETIC NAINSOOK UNION SUITS A SI.OO value, suit, 75 c THE r,nwTC STORE —Special— IVORY SOAP 4 bars 27 c HOOSIER LAUNDRY STARCH Six packages 25 c I A VIED GROCERY Four stores, One Price. 202-4 Pine St.; Tenn. Ave., opp p. 0 .; 1 3 1 6 S. Fla.; Johnson Ave. near Lake Morton School Men, this is where you win 40 pair—3 styles—l grade MEN’S CALF OXFORDS $3.50 Regular value $5.00 and $5.50 —Wednesday only M C DANIEL’S SHOE STORE 110 South Kentucky Ave. FLAXONS In stripes and checks. Just the right material for mid summer frocks. 39c quality at, yard, 25 c CHILDREN’S SOX Mercerized lisle sox in pink, blue, cordovan, buttercup, romper blue, white and black, also white with fancy •ops, 39c values, sizes 4/i to 9J/2, a pair, ? THE GRAND LEADER GINGHAM and CHAMBRAY DRESSES Splendid quality ginghams and chambrays. Fascinating checks and plaid designs in all the popular colorings. These dresses are all well made, generously cut and planned to meet the demand of those women and misses who desire semi-street frocks. $3.50 and $4.50 values $2.75 REYNOLDS ALUMINUM WARE 300 pieces at, each SI.OO ' ' Tea Kettles, Double Boilers, etc. All large pieces. Good quality A special buy for Wednesday sales c. l mjw- so. . LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM, TUESDAY. MAY 30, 1922 Golden Rule Sales Day Only Real Genuine Rec Ruby Stone Rings, 10 and 14k Solid Gold $5.00 to $50.00 values 25% Discount 1847 Rogers, Wm. Rogers & Bro., Community Silverware Special for Wednesday only 20% Discount LAKELAND JEWELRY COMPANY 218 East Pine Street Special in MEN’S AND BOYS’ BATHING SUITS $3.00-$4.00-$5.00 SI.OO Suit Bag given with each suit—Wednesday only OH CLOTHING CO. Ladies’ $8.65 Black Kid Oxfords Goodyear Welt, Low Heels, Sizes 2 YI to 7 Wednesday Price $5.90 Men’s 15c and 25c Sleeve Holders Two pair for the price of one STRAW SHOE STORE 114 South Kentucky Avenue TOWELS—SPECIAL COMBINATIONS Per Set SI.OO These consist of two, three, four or five towels. Innumerable combinations of every variety MYRICK’S OF LAKELAND Stationery CRANE’S LINEN LAWN Value $l.O0 —Special Price 60 c LAKELAND BOOK STORE F. AUTOLINE OIL For Fords 5 gal. can, regular price $5.50 $4.00 1 gal. can, regular price $1.30 $0.85 For your motor’s sake —Wednesday only C.MIZELL FORD DEALER 218 South Florida Ave. “Everything for the Grower” PREVENTOL BUG REMEDIES FLIES AND MOSQUITOES 20% OFF GROWERS SUPPLY CO 107-9 S. Missouri Ave Phone 573 COMBINATION RAIN COAT Sale price—Special SIO.OO HUB CLOTHING COMPANY BOYS’ BLOUSE WAISTS Collar attached Regular SI.OO value Golden Rule Day Price 75 c (Two to a customer) MOORE’S STYLE SHOP KHAKI AND BLUE POLKADOT SHIRTS 98 C CHILDREN’S GINGHAM DRESSES $ 1.00 value for 75 c $1.25 value for 95 c J. C. OWENS EMERSON RECORDS 75c sellers, 3 for SI.OO POPULAR AND CLASSIC SHEET MUSIC Regular 35c sellers, sale price, per copy, 1Q C WHIPPLE MUSIC CO C. S. Whipple, Pres. 305 East Main Street DUPLEX SHADES Green and white, guaranteed quality, 7-ft. drop, 36-in. wide Each SI.OO 9x12 Grass Rugs $6.00 6x 9 Grass Rugs $4.00 M C KAY FURNITURE CO. Specials for Wednesday ROCHESTER TEA POTS $7.50 value, sale price $5.00 ROCHESTER PERCOLATORS SIO.OO value, sale price. . . . $7.50 $9,00 value, sale price.... $6.75 SB.OO value, sale price $6.00 COLE JEWELRY CO. CASINO GOLDEN RULE MATINEE Starting at 10:30 a. m. till 6:00 p. m. BERT LYTELL in “THE IDLE RICH” Six-act Photoplay —Also— AESOP FABLES and INTERNATIONAL NEWS MATINEE PRICES—Adults 15c. Children 10c Get the Golden Rule Habit—You’ll Save Money Be there at 10:30—Show Runs Continuous PAGE THREE ! BEAUTIES OF STATE ENTER TIMES CONTEST i %>. **'• a s Miss C„ Lakeland Representatives from throughout | Florida compete for SSOO prize. Today we are printing the picture of one of the entrants in the Tampa Times beauty contest from this sec | tion. The Times is receiving photographs of girls from all over the state, many j of which are being sent in by relatives I or friends of the contestants. A great (leal of interest is manifested in the contest, because the winner will not only receive SSOO in gold, but will no doubt be hailed a Queen of Florida beauties. In order to qualify for entry in the contest, the Florida girl must be over sixteen and unmarried, and not an actress, model, or professional beauty. On the back of the photograph sub mitted the Beauty Editor of the Tam pa Times should be written the name, address, and occupation of the en trant, and the names of the photog rapher who took the picture and the person submitting it. Contestants are reminded that pho tos in black and white show up bet ter than those in colors, though the latter are acceptable. STATE MARKETING BUREAU Wholesale quotations for Monday, May 2b, 1!22, reported to State Mar keting Bureau. 117 St. James building. Jacksonville, Fla.: Jacksonville Raining; light receipts: market slow on all commodities; cukes, squash' weak: okra, steady: beans, corn, to matoes, about steady; poultry, eggs, frm. New York City Tomatoes Twenty-nine Floridas, pood demand for good stock, market frm; crates, fancy, best, $5.00©5.50; fair condition, $4.0U©4.50; poorer, low as $3.00: choice, best, $3.75@.4.00; or dinary condition. $2.50©3.25. Watermelons-Thirty-nine cars Flor ida. sloglitly weaker, 30 to 32 pounds average, $email@example.com earlots; few larger, high as ISOO.OO; 26 to 2S pound average, $firstname.lastname@example.org; 22 to 25 pounds average, $email@example.com. Boston Tomatoes —Six cars arrived, twenty seven track, market firm, demand good; crates, fancy, $4.00©4.50; choice, best, $firstname.lastname@example.org; poorer, green, some wasty, $2.00© 3.00; 2165, $2.00©2.25; few best, $2.50; poored. low- as $1.25. Watermelons—Four cars arrived, eight track, firm, Tom Watsons, 26 to 2s pounds average, each, 60@65c; 20 Hi 22 pounds average, 35@40e. Philadelphia Tomatoes —Twenty cars, firm for good stock; crates, fancy, $4.75©5.00; poorer. $5.00(7( 4.25; choice, $3.75© 4.25; poorer, $2.00© 3.00; gems, $1.75 © 2.00. Watermelons—Twenty cars, slow, bulk, earlots, 2S to 30 pounds average, $475.00(7/ 700.00; 25 pounds average, five tiers, $500.00; poor, wasty, low as S3OO. Cincinnati Tomatoes—Five Florida arrived and nineteen cars on track; heavy sup plies; market slightly weaker; crates, fancy, $email@example.com; choice, $2.50© 3.00. Watermelons—Eight Florida ar rived, ten cars on track, slow, slightly weaker, earlots, bulk, Tom Watsons, Irish Greys, 22 pounds average, each, 35c; 2S to 30 pounds average, each, 65c. Chicago Tomatoes—Twelve cars arrived, thirty-one on track, firm; crates, orig inals, fancy, $4.00®,4.50; choice, SI.OO less. Watermelons—Twenty-three cars ar rived, twenty-eight on track, firm, earlots, bulk, 26 pounds average, $590; 28 pounds average, $650. TOO LATE 10 CLASSIFY COMMENCING WITH JUNE 1 the Ideal Hat Shop. 301 North Kentucky avenue, will dispose of all hats at half price, also ready-to-wear ap parel and hosiery. Your patronage is solicited. Mrs. L. C. Shaw. • -|— FOR SALE —Best close in. vacant lot in the city. Only three blocks from the Thelma Hotel, overlooking Lake Morton. Carl Dahlquist, 315 South Virginia avenue. FOR SALE —50 pound refrigerator, A No. 1 condition. Phone 603 Green. FOR RENT—Thoroughly modern 6- room bungalow at 903 Lemon street, $40.00 per month. Look It over, and call 754 or 34 red. FOR SALE For Sale— Bankrupt stock; The stock of groceries, feed, seeds and fixtures of the United Seed Stores, at Haines City. Amount of Inventory $2,700. Write J. M. Duncan, trustee, Kissimmee,. Florida. FOR RENT— I4-room partly furnished house, well located for apartments or rooms. L. P. Bevls, phone 461 Blub. FOR RENT—Bedroom, nicely furnish ed, for two or three people. 218 South New York ..avenue. Phone 763 Blue. . -.j i.-.