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A Great Display of Imported & Domestic m Woolens DIRECT FROM t "THE NATION'S LEADING TAILORS'' Today Tomorrow and Wednesday MR. RILEY SUNDERLAND will be here with a splendid showing of the season’s best patterns in Men’s Suitings— ready for your selection and individual measurement. "lakeland’s best clothes shop'" The “Personal Touch” Applied to Business % .Host people look upon n Bunk iis “cold, reserved nlid without any feeling of friendliness.” Here, nt The Central State, one tiiuls just the reverse. There Is a feelintr of personal Interest, close relationship and friendliness thut one senses immediately. It is this policy that has enabled this hank to make such rapid strides in public favor— that has brought to It hundreds of customers —that holds Its clients’ confidence. We would like to have YOU in our “family circle” The CENTRAL STATE BANK Of Lakeland Announcing New Ownership of The Palace Market 206 East Pine St. R. D. STEPHENS and C. B. McCRANIE have bought the Palace Market and will op erate the business at the same location, maintaining the very high standard of qual ity for which this, market is so favorably known. t Quality Meats Always "WHO’S YOUR TAILOR?” MAN NOW AT MOORE’S STYLE SHOP IVlost every man iu familiar with the world famous slogan, "Who's Your Tailor?” Therefore, It’s good news to the ’men of Lakeland to know that a representative of the Ed V. Price & Cos., the firm responsible for this slo gan, is now at Moore’s Style Shop with a complete showing of fall and. winter woolens. Riley Sunderland is the affable and efficient representative who is ready to take your measure and see that you get a suit or over coat tailored to your individual meas ure. You’ll be glad to meet Mr. Sun derland, as well as to Bee the wonder ful line of materials he has with him. MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF POLK COUNTY WILL MEET IN LAKELAND TOMORROW The Polk County Medical Associa tion will hold a conference in Lake -1 land tomorrow, the program opening LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM. MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1922 DELINQUENT TAX (continued) 39 Tiller. E. L. > ' H. H.‘ 2.40 39 Tuberville, T. T. H. H. 3.60 U4O Union News Cos. Mdse. Stock 7.20 40 Union News Cos. Lunch Room 2.40 W4O Weeks, C. M. H. H. and Auto 14.40 40 Way, Wm. H.H. and Auto 1.20 41 Walter, C. M. H. H. 4.80 41 Waring, W. J. H. H. and Auto 14.40 41 Waring Grocery Store Mdse. Stock ' 48.00 41 Waring. M. G. Office Flxt. 7.20 41 Thos. and Byrant Office Fixt. 12.00 41 Washington, Gus. H> H. 4.80 41 Williams. J. A. H. H. 4.80 | 41 Williams, G. J. H. H. ’ 3.60 41 William, J. C. H.H. and Office Fixt. 7.20 41 Wilson, Bros. Stable 12.00 42 Wickham, H. A. H,' H. and Auto 14.40 - 42 Woodall. J. H. H. H. 12.00 42 Wright, A. C. H. H. and Mdse. Stock 84.00 42 Williams, J. E. H. H. 3.60 42 Watts, E. M. H. H„ Mdse. Stock, Auto 36.60 42 Warner, D. C. H. H. and Auto 9.60 42 Warner Hdw. Cos. Mdse Stock 96.00 42 Wilder Auto Exchange Mdse. Stock, Etc. 12.00 42 Ward, E. L. H. H. 2.40 42 Ward, Mrs. J. Z. H.H., Mdse. Stock 9.60 42 Wilson, Fred. H. H. 1.20 42 William, Wm. H. H. 2.40 43 White, Bob H. H. 1.20 Y 44 Young. E. H. H. H. and Auto 19.20 44 Young, E. A. H. H. 6.00. Z 44 Zimmerman, R. W. H. H. 4.80 $4,024.80 with luncheon at the Hotel Thelma at 1 o’clock. This will be in the nature of an informal welcome to Lakeland. The dining room of the Thelma will present a busy scene, the Medicos be | ginning their luncheon befqge the ad journment of the Lakeland Rotary Club. The Lakeland physicians have planned an interesting day and it is expected that members of the medi cal profession will be present from all parts of Polk county. ALABAMAREADY FOR TOMORROW’S PRIMARY BATTLE I Chief Interest Centers In the Spir ited Contest For the Office of Governor Birmingham. Ala., August 7.—(By [the Associated Press)- —W. W. (Plain Bill) Brandon of Tuscaloosa, and Bibb Graves of Montgomery, candidates in the democratic primary tomorrow for governor, rested today from their campaign endeavors which took them from one end of the state to the oth er. Their race will be of chief nter est to the voters, although the con gressional contests in some districts will attract many to the polls. Both of the gubernatorial candidates are for strict enforcement of the pro hibition laws, and Mr. Graves would prevent Sunday from “being commer cialized by amusement run for pay.’’ He favors an ‘‘Americanism” yhicli gives “each man freedom to join or not to join any lawful organization that will admit him, whether it be an employe’s union or an employer’s as sociation Americanism that gives each man freedom to bargain either individually or collectively as he can; that gives each man freedom to be bargained with, either individually or collectively as he can.” Mr. Graves, a world war veteran, also favors a soldier bonus and abolition of the convict lease system. Mr. Brandon is standing on his “nine points,” a designation of his platform which contains nine brief paragraphs, and the principal plank of which is for abolition of tax ad justers and field agents of the state tax commission and “all other un necessary employment of the state.” He favors a reduction in taxation, preferring, he said, “a poor state and a rich people, rather than a rich state' and a poor people;’’ He would "re vive as far as possible the tendency to centralize government which' he declares, should be kept in the hands of the people.” Mr. Brandon is pro bate Judge of Tuscaloosa county. Present representatives in the low er house of congress are candidates to succeed themselves from nine Ala- 1 batna districts. In five districts the | incumbent has no opposition, these being John .McDuffie in the first. Hen- | ry B. Stegall in the third, Lamar Jef-[ ters in the fourth, W. B. Bowling in the fiflh, and W. B. Oliver in the sixth- L. B. Rainey is not a candi date to succeed himself from the sev enth. His place is sought by M. C. Allgood, Oneonta; Alto V. Lee, Gads den; J. M. Miller, Gadsden; L. L. | Herzberg, Gadsden, and W. E. James,; Cullman. j In the second district John R. Ty- 1 son is opposed by T. M. Arrington and J. Morgan Prestwood. The con- Itest in the eighth district Is between Rep. Ed. B. Almon and Mrs. W. B. Kdmundson, only woman candidate for congressional honor in Alabama. Rep. George Huddlestbn is opposed for renomination from the ninth dis trict by M. B. Grace, and Rep. Bank head will fight it out with H. P. Gib son in the tenth. Republican primaries will be held in the counties of Chilton, Blount. DeKalb, St. Clair, Franklin, Winston, Shelby and Cullman. Candidates will be nominated in a few other counties at republican conventions. Republi can nominees will go into the gen- I AM THE LAW! The law has come to stay— abide by it. I AM THE LAW! There is only one thing to do— abide by the law. eral election against the democratic nominees. , Democratic candidates for other state offices follow: Lieut. Gov. —Charles S. McDowell, Eufala; Berrien T. Phillips, Opelika. Sec. of State —Walter F. Miller. Tuscumbla; S. H. Blan, Troy; F. R. Ryland, Birmingham; Henry C. West, Birmingham. State Treasurer —George W. Ellis, Montgomery; C. G. Brown, Hurtsboro. State Auditor—William P. Cobb, Tuskegee; John H. Chapman, Mont gomery; W. B. Allgoiod, Montgomery. Supt. of Education—John W. Aber combie, Anniston. Commissioner of Agriculture—J. M. Moore, Montgomery; R. L. Seale, Liv ingston; James A. Wade, Vincent; John B. Ward, Abbeville. Attorney General—Harwell G. Da vis, Montgomery. Public Service Commission—Fitz hugh Lee, Montgomery; Frank P. Morgan, Montgomery; John F. Pear son, Montgomery; Barton Johnson. Montgomery; John Purifoy, Montgom ery; S. P. Gaillard, Mobile; B. H. Cooper, Montgomery. There are two to be nominated- Chief Jus 1 ice—John C. Anderson, Montgomery; S. A. Lytle, Decatur. Supreme Court Justice—Ormond Summerville, Montgomery; Lucien D. Gardner, Montgomery. Two to be nominated. Court of Appeals—W. H. Samford, Montgomery; Henry P. Merritt. Mont gomery; Charles R. Bricken, Mont gomery. Three to be nominated. Recent census shows 884,885 people deaf and dumb in the U. S. , r* v NEW CASINO —r A Paramount Picture! One of the forty-one big Paramount features that have been advertised in the Saturday Evening Post! • ? • . f Presenting “Borderland” Agnes Ayres A beautiful drama of passion and sacrifice. Milton Sills heads the fine supporting cast. in Admission 10 and 25 cents - : - ' ~ t ~ ' —- Wednesday— Casino Country Store Every one knows what a big time country store night meant to the patrons of the Casino Theatre last year. This season will be the biggest country store ever attempted in Polk County—and the following merchants make this event possible, and will • give away this Wednesday the following articles: HENLEY’S DRUG | propfry It J. E. BASS CIGAR STORE LANIER GROCERY COMPANY $5.00 BOTTLE WRIGHT PLACE $5.00 WORTH PERFUME $5.00 GROCERIES || CIGARS THE SUCCESS | TOD rOMPANY ARE HART-WRIGHT 1 FURNITURE CO. dhym rathfritr ELECTRIC CO. • $5.00 IN TRADE pfrpAt ATOR 1 POLAR CUB FAN ■■■■■ . =J) LAKELAND GRAND LEADER 11 HUB CLOTHING BOOK STORE . LADIES’ COMPANY . LADIES’ HAND BAG $5.00 PAIR LEATHER BAG MEN’S SHOES L-;,--:..:-:;..-:- ■ . ~ ■ —V THE COCA-COLA GONPANY , J Gives Away the SIO.OO Capital Priie This Week . Enough cold drinks to last a family for the balance of the summer - ' - - * ■ —o ’ Besides other surprises are in store for the patrons who attend the theatre ' ♦ * * * • /. 5 BROTHER BRINGS BROTHER. TO JUSTICE 'A tale that bespeaks volumes for the rock-rfobbed code of the Royal Northwet Mounted Police, came out of the snow country recently when it was ascertained that Corp. Bob Fitz gerald tracked his own brother and brought him back to justice. According to reports, the younger Fitzgerald, also of the Royal North west Mounted Police fell\ from grace and after being admonished by Sergt. Did You Ever Get “Something For Nothing?” / * At a colored Sunday school picnic, two darkey boys had lemonade stands, one on either side of the entrance. The pastor came along and, going up to George, said: “Well, my little man, how much do you get for your lemonade?” “Five cents a glass,” replied George. “And how much do you charge?” he asked, turning to Harry. “Two cents a glass,” replied Harry. The pastor cast a censorious eye upon George and said to Harry, “I’ll try a glass of yours, my boy.” As he quaffed the fluid he smacked his lips and said, “That’s good; I’ll have another glass,” and he smiled when he thought he was get ting two glasses at less than George asked for one. “Tell me, my little man,” he said to Harry, “how can you afford to sell your lemonade for two cents a glass when George is asking five cents?” “Well, you see,” said Harry, “George and me’s partners, but the cat fell in my pail, so we thought we had better sell it first.” • , _ When the price is cut there is usually a reason. You can’t always find out what the reason is by asking, but if you are a judge of values you can easily discover the reason by making a careful examination of the offering. Any Mutual Insurance Cos. Old Line Stock Companies “The Merchants Mutual Fire Insurance j-j ome Q f New York” Company.” Assets ? „ Assets $75,931,551.00 Cash capital ? Cash capital $12,000,000.00 / 4 KHwG / , Deen-Bryant Building Phone 31 ' Lakeland, Florida We Specialize in Protection and Service —We Have No Other Business , V Georges Mardeaux, proceeded to Ig nore authority and further entangle himself by coveting the wife of the Inspector. When this came to the attention of Mardeaux, h(*dediced to investigate for himself, and coming upon the pair unexpectedly, the irre sponsible Fitzgerald, in order to shield himself from disgrace and the Inspector's wrath, killed him. ensued the man hunt, with the elder brother in pursuit of the younger. By the peculiar exigency of fate the duty of tracking the murderer fell up* 'on Corp. Bob Fitzgerald, and then The chase led through the frozen vaat nesses of the bleak northwest until brother tracked brother —the ties ot' blood forgotten in the rigid code of the King’s law, and the law of the north —Get Your Man! How by a ruse, the tables are turned, and the murderer finally apprehended is to be, seen in “I Am the Law,” coming 'to the Casino theater next Thursday and ' Friday.