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IBB EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND, 'FLA., FRIDAY, AUG. 30, 1918 918
Airplanes To Be Widely Used After The War London, Aug. 30. Airplanes will be central hulling plants at Jacksonville widely used, after the war, for pur poses of exploration and survey, said Harold Brighouse, of the Royal Geor graphical Society, to a representative of The Associated Press, commenting on the announcement that Captain Amundsen's Artie Expedition, which has Just sailed, has taken three air planes as part of its equipment. "Captain Amundsen will use these airplanes for geographical and mete orological research in the Arctic". said Mr. Brighouse, "and they should The New Calomel Is Harmless And Delightful All Sickening and Dangerous Quail ties Revomed Medicinal Virtues Yastly Improved. New Varictj Called "Cnlotabs" Science lias given us smokeless powder, colorless iodine and tasteless quinine now comes nausealess calo mel, a new variety known as Calotabs, and West Palm Beach, where large machines are being installed to han dle the beans more economically than could be done otherwise. We will do the hulling without any profit for our selves, and have also offered to pay, that is wholly delightful In effect, yet the freight on unhulled beans to the more effective than the old style cal hulling plants, where beans are ship-'omel as a system-purifier and Hver ped in carload lots. Most of the grow- 'cleanser. ers however, want to ship' their un- J Your doctor prefers calomel above huled beans in less than carloads, so an 0ther medicines, as it is the best as to get quicker returns from their 'and only suhe remedy for bilioupness, crop, and the freight rate on less than indigestion and constipation. Now nrove verv useful in this connection, carload lots Is so high that neither that calomel is delightful to take, ev With peace will come a large exten-jthe contractors nor the growers can erybody is asking for the new variety, sion of the use of the airplane lnPay Jt wltnout loS9- ,(Jalotabs. One tablet at bedtime, a -it taxes anout iuu pounas oi un- swallow of water that's all. No nau exploration. "There Is t till I I fi i i ifn 1 1 n iiinnn n. I J u n 1 1 tr I iii n s- ma lyttimnv - n r nonaait . tviavt no reason wny tne re-i ova, uu 6i6 uchjBCi . n.nt..t nrta t imm nr the nnner . Dean8 8am Mr- walKer- or morning you wake up feeling fine, waters of the Amazon should remain each bushel of bulled beana ac'ePted ; your liver cleansed, your system purl unmapped. Aerial photography has tne government, tne grower gen, fled. Eat what you please-no re- a aim me cuiiLrttuiunj get a riuss gtriction Of habit Or diet. is aiv vcum. vuuv. mo ijaiotaos are sow oniy in original, ent ireight ciassmcations (promui- 8eaiea packages, price thirty-five reached a stage when all that is nec essary for exact map-drawing continuous series of air photographs. which had never before been char tered, were, in fact mapped by means of the air phtography of British aviators. jgatea just a few flays ago), tne aver-(.entg. your druggist recommends and jage cost of shipping the unhulled guarantees Calotabs. (Advt.) beans to the hulling stations from all i I parts of our territory, on less than 'carload lots, is about forty cents a iictinl Ta nnrlnnH rnto tnr ic "The undiscovered natural resour-1 ,, . . . I . , , ..same average distance is about 22; ces of a new country can be observed ! UGlllD a uuniici. i uo xjuicau ui nil - I NEW HOSTESS HOUSE IN NEW YORK from airplanes. The eyes of the ob server reveals much; the air-camera even now is an excellent guide in in dicating the kind of wood growing in a forest, and will be of greater utili ty still as the development of aerial color photography progresses. "Railway survey through savage lands, which, both in life and money, has been a tremendously costly pre liminary to construction, will become GOVERNMENT POSITIONS The following list was received from Washington today: f Bacteriologists, men only, Salary $1800 to 2500. Closes September 10th. Horticulturists, (male) salary $2100 to $2760. Closes September 17. Architectural Designer and Drafts man, Panama Canal Service, closes Setember 17. Addressograph Mechanician (male) Salary $1000 to $1500, closes Sep tember 17th. Operative for Card Perforating Ma chines. Male and female. Salary $720 to $1,000. Closes Sept. 18. Assistant Clinical Psychoatrist and Psychotherapist, (male) Salary $1,200 and maintance. Closes September 24. Photographer, (male and female) Salary $720 to $2,000. Closes Sep tember 24th. Tabulating Mechanician. Salary ?1,200 to $1,400. Local Assistant Inspector of Hulls and Boilers. Salary $2,100 to $2,500. Inspector and Assistant Inspector of Chemical Plant Construction. Sal ary $1600 to $3000. Electrician. Salary $840 to $1,200. Elevator oCnductor, Salary $720 to $900. General Mechanic. $720 to $900. Steam Engineer, $600 to $1200. Automotive Engineer, Designer, Draftsman and Tracer. $1,000 to $5, 000. File application at once. E. H. Gore. Secretary Local Board. craft Production has agreed to pay a , The Y. W. C. A. Hostess House at part of the freight on the unhulled j 12 West 51st Street, New York City, beans In carload lots, but so far has j the former home of Mrs. Henry P. refused to pay any share of the freight j Davison, treasurer of the War Work n plilnminla In !add thnn (niplrttfltl " , f1 .mi ,1 .1 1 rt Ua V X17 C A lino mif. I Jll OlllMlUClllO 41! icon Lltait lDI lUauOi VJUUU1.11 Ul H1G 4 T . A. uua UUl - r, .... ... 1 fore Aitnougn tne present crop or castor 144,143 MOTOR CARS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA grown its home. Monday morning relatives seeking soldiers in nearby camps will call at the new house 3 East 52nd Street, for information how to reach camp, to reach soldiers, or for aid in locat ing soldiers who may be stationed at I provisions, and numerous other ar-! one of the many camps near the city The new house, which is very much I i beans is being grown for war 'pur poses, Helm & Walker point out that I the freight rates on the product are i higher than on unginned cotton, cot- tnnaptVrl pnwnann prnln Hpa ftiir in safe, and so cheap as to present nOiSackfj) many varietle8 Qf grocerleg an iiiiiiv,iui u uniwv.ivn niiuiovci, LVJ a Dill' ' . " HHumsiiMmy. Ucle8 q( much reater market value , Not only can the course of rivers ,ryia fra,aht raiCk a tha anmo nn . t. , I be traced but their navigable chan- liUlled and hulled castor bean8; al. ; comodatlng many more people wlll nels can be ascertained and the com- lhough nearly the weight of bg rea for h of i n I T ;ormer,s t in hulling and the hulls Biet relatives of soldiers until Sep ura products together with the best have only a value. tember ut &M n "wl! 'B Z y I 1 "The average di8tance that unhulled ' here babies are introduced to their be .vn T; ,! Pr ,a?,y beans wlU have t0 be Bh,pped t0 ouri fathers and children are kept con ?.?L .?rr" B",d! a"d .h'a llln Plants" 8a,d Mr' Wa,kor' "l8 tented while fathers and mothers .. iy to oe oi me about 75 mlle9. The freight per 100 seaplane type, which floats than the lbB. on unhulled castor Deans for this airplane type, with wheels. He will ',,.,, ADr ty,a iotoot niu0tfl. The United States has a big job be it to ciassiiy automobiles for taxation. On June 1 last there were 5,461,791 motor cars registered in this country, 44,143 of them in Florida. This state ha. more than either Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi among the Southern states. The total cost of license tags amounted to $41,45,908. The govern ment tax will run into large figures. Complete Stock of Fancy Groceries and Choice Meats Are Always Carried Here. Fresh Vegetables and Chickens WHEN OBTAINABLE Our line of Canned Goods is the Best in the World. Ask for our Prices We pride ourselves on our Service Let us Serve You E. G. Tweedell PHONE 69 silver-bearing areas tributary to Daw- Educes profitably after passing through YUKON TURNS FROM GOLD TO SILVER MINING CLAIMS Dawson City, Aug. 29. The Yukon is turning from gold to silver min ings. While the value of the former, fly high, and should he have to make ,tion made by the railroad administra- a forced landing, will steer for lake ti0ntion, Is 40 cents. This is the same Ann river rathor than f-t vn ... open snaces of a trotyl fnt raie as n I,ettimus wmtn are nuw at the house; 1300 enlisted men have nw , ZZ' L :worth about 15 cent8 a pound- as been there with their women rela tor the air explorer, the romance againat a value of 3 cent8 a pound for of flying will persist! the value of nhulled castor beans while flour in , ! 7 !! f J f Tu , the work h wm rt i. ni,,.. a fin b. . . . U . eluding Belgian, French, English, sol- -w " """""'i """isacKs can oe snipped tne same ais- there are many pilots in the allied tance for 22 centsper 100 pounds, and armies today who will find in aerial ungInned long staple cotton, worth exploration play for the typically from forty to sixty cents a pound, is British spirit of , adventure. carrled the Bame distance by the rail- 'In the future of aviation there is!r0ads for 16 cents per 100 pounds. cidow room ror an, tne sportsman. talk, are being put in order now. Since the opening of the New York City HoBtess House on Lincoln's, cr ,ts Purchasing power, has de birthday 900 women and girls from reaBed' that of silver has been dou all narts of the countrv have staved ibled- There 18 reat activity in two sen, the Mayo district on the upper Stewart river and along the Twelve Mile creek. These fields are 150 miles apart. Silver was discovered in these areas years ago, but no work was ever done. The Canadian government has dis patched a party of geologists to inves tigate the prospects of developing the silver-mining industry in this section. A Pennsylvania corporation that has been prospecting for petroleum in Colombia has tapped a well that pro- oil bearing sands. An Australian Inventor has patent ed a screw fastener for wool bale bands that enables the bales to be made tighter and permits the use of narrow bands, thereby Baving steel. a a a a o a a a a a o a a Do Your Duty 0 BUY WAR 8AVINQ8 O a 8TAMP8 0 0 Do Your Duty 9 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaoa pilot will find in exploration by an enterprise made to his taste." air FREIGHT SITUATION WORRIES CASTOR BEAN GROWERS Miami, Aug. 30 Many castor bean growers in all sections of Florida ara dissatisfied with arrangements made by the government contractors for hulling the oil beans, and some are threatening not to harvest their crop unless plans are made for handling the beans at less trouble and expanse to the grower. Herman B.. Walker, of the firm of Helm & Walker, castor bean contrac tors, said today that the excessive railroad freight rate on castor bear.s is the root of the trouble. Efforts are being made to have the rates reduced, he said, and the assistance of all cas tor bean growers Is needed to securs the reduction. ' "In order to get the castor beans hulled at the lowest possible cost to growers," explained Mr. Walker, "'t has been necessary for us to locate jdiers and sailors, Australian and New Zealand, American soldiers, sailors, marines. Red Cross Nurses, canteen workers, stenographers, signal corps girls, wives of privates and of the I highest officers of the army and navy GOOD APPLES have used the house. ) Relatives of sick and wounded men .being returned from France are be iglning to use the houao. A woman I who learned that her son was being treated for shell-shock at a fort in When buying apples pick the heav- iiomcu lui Diiuii-oiiuiiY at a iuu in i iest; also test the fruit by seeing if, New York Btate wa8 Bent t0 the Hos-1 wnen pressed with the thumb, it tesa House by a BoBton organlzat,on. yields with a slight crackling sound- The son wag ocated at Fort Porteri Exchange. Yeah.thatlistens all lo the good, but when you buy apples near Buffalo, and she was sent there. Men from camps in Texas, retnem- int his city you'll take 'em as they ber,ng the posters ,n fte y w c A come at a rice so seemingly extor tionate that It makes it expensive to even suck the stem in place of chew ing gum. And if you pick up one of the samples and press it with the thumb and the dealer should see you do it the only cracking sound that will be heard will be when the press er pulls the cash from his pocket to settle for the fruit. Yassum. Thorn, in Palm Beach Post A small hand operated machine has been Invented to enable cabinet and Hostess House there, have called at the New York City Hostess House, when waiting to be sent overseas. When they called, they and their rel atives were entertained and sent on sight-seeing tours through the city in motors lent by women, interested in the Y. W. C. A. work. .A large) firm in the city has placed a car at; the disposal of the hostess house each afternoon. j The Hostess House co-operates with the Travelers Aid, the National Leaeue for Woman's Service. War pattern makers to make their own Camp Community Service and all oth-1 aoweis or roas oi any size irom tne wood with which they are working. "A True War Story" v By DOROTHY CANFIELD r0NT miss "La Pharmacienne" in Pictorial Review for September. It deals with the heroism of a little French woman, the wife of a drug-store keeper. When he went to war the Germans came. What they did in his village and how his brave wife saved the whole town makes a remarkable story. And it's true. Pictorial Review FOR SEPTEMBER On Sale Now er organizations doing war work. At the information desk men are : located at camps in order to save time, money and disappopintments of families who have incorrect address- j es. The record established is, In lo- J eating a man for a relative who did not know his name. ! The hostess arranges the meeting between relatives and soldiers fre quntly at the house. j Eleven wedding have taken place' in tne nostees House wnen tne hos tess arranged everything from secur ing the minister to directing the couple where to get the license anI the wedding ring. ! Mrs. William Henry Hays is chair-' man of the Metropolitan Board of the ', War Work oCuncil, and in charge of! the hostess house activities. Miss Helen Farqular Is director, Mrs. Lester Adams, assistant direc tor; Miss Marion Millen, resident hostess; Miss Geraldine Frost, infor mation hostess; Miss Florence Talta vall, office secretary. One new farm tractor has wheels ' equipped with radiating legs, which ! enter the ground and grip it, while' another literally walks on skids at the ends of four legs. Our Art Department This Means IPfftaflnDMn of Every Description j) IF YOU WANT LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, ENVELOPE8, STATEMENTS, CALLING CARDS, BUSINE8S3 CARDS, RECEIPT BOOKS, MENU CARDS, SHOW OR WINDOW CARDS, HAND BILLS, FROM A 6x9 SIZE TO 25x38, OR LARGER, PAMPHLETS, BOOK LETS, FANCY STATIONERY, WEDDING INVITATIONS, PRO GRAMS,' 8C0RE CARDS, ETC., OR, IN FACT, ANYTHING THAT CAN BE PRINTED, ANYWAY YOU WANT IT PRINTED AND WHEN YOU WANT IT PRINTED. WE USE ONLY THE BEST GRADE OF PAPER STOCK AND INK, ETC., AND WE HAVE THE EQUIPMENT, AND WORKMEN WHO ARE PAST GRAND MASTERS IN THE "KNOW HOW" DEGREE. 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