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EVENING TELEGRAM, LAKELAND. FLA-, FRIDAY. MAY 28, 1920 ..
PAGE ELEVEN WD SUFFERED SINCE . . : CHILDHOOD, STATES PORTSMOUTH WOMAN W Jiemus and Discouraged She ITu on Terge of Giring U) Could Iardly Eat or Sleep IS TANLAC BROUGHT WONDERFUL CHANGE Wpsla and Nervousness Things of the Fast and She Feels Splendid .Vow, States Mrs. Dozler . !me to suffer r.nd often I became so naus-fited I could not retain a thing I had eaten. had spells of dizziness and felt like I was going to faint and I would have to sit or lie down until I could recover. My nerves were badly unstrung and at night I was in such misery I could hardly get any sleep at all. My housework became burdensome and I got so weak and worn out I felt llke I was ready to give up. "About three weeks ago I began taking Tanlac and am feeling better than I have in maffy ears,. and now for the first time since I was a child I can eat whatever I please and as much as I please without suffering any bad effects. The indigestion has I am so happy over what Tanlae is done for me that I want t6 talk lout it all the time," was the enthu- hjstic statement made a few days ago Mrs. C. B.' Dozier of 1403 Prenti3 Ifnue. Portsmouth-' Va. "I had suffered from indigestion er since I was a child, and I have left me altogether and I am no louger Seen medicine nearly all my life, but troubled with gas, bloating or pains. was gradually growing worse each My nerves are steady and I haven't ar until I began taking Tanlac. I had an attack -of dizziness since ' I is a confirmed dyspeptic and hard-! strted taking Tanlac. I enjoy perfect i day passed that I was free from rest every nigh, and when I get up in ffering. Everything I ate seemed to the morning I am feeling so fine I heavy on my stomach and I would , can do my housework without tiring pat up with gas something awful. I 'one bit." d the worst sort of pains around Tanlac is sold in Lakeland by Hen- V heart and in my left side and at ley and Henley; in Winter Haven by lies I didn't think I could hold out i Anderson Drug Co., and in Mulberry ider the strain. Evens soup caused by S. E. Gibson. . i Political Announcements FOR STATE SENATOR hereby announce ray candidacy for re- fction as State Senator from this district, k county, and will appreciate the support I vote of ail citizens Interested In construe I legislation and business methods In regu ng publle affairs. My experience and mv fl la the past is before the people and I cheerfully accept their verdict in tne coming Democratic primary. Bespectfully, OSCAR M. EATON FOR STATE SENATOR At the solicitation of some of my friends I y announce my candidacy for the uora Wm for the position of 8enator from Polk ity, subject to the1- June primary. The tort of the roters of the county will be ated. SOLON 0. WILSON. Impartially perform the duties of the office. I will appreciate your votes and support Respectfullly, m J. HARDIN PETERSON. FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT I hereby announce my candidacy for the. office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Polk County, Florida, subject to the action of the approaching Democratic Primary. If nomi nated and elected I promise to be faithful In the discharge of the duties of the office. Your vote and aid will be greatly appreciated. J. DERIEUX RAULERSON. FOR TAX ASSE880R I am a candidate for the offlna of Tt At. sessor for Polk County. I think my ex periences as assistant assessor the past four years, with the present assessor, Mr "J. J. Boynton. who is now retiring nnallflaa m. discharge the duties of the office. Which I promise to do to the best of my ability, and give every one the same courteous treatmett in uie iurure as in tne past I solicit your sunnort and vote in th Primary Election. WERNER G. JONES. OFFICIAL SCHEDULE The old-tim3 press-agent is now known as a "publicity expert," and his business has greatly developed in recent years. Outside of the regular theatrical press-agents, every Ameri can city has a small army of men who find lucrative employment In giving publicity to financial and industrial enterprises, philanthropic and educa tional institutions, hotels andrestau- ants, and a wide variety of other things that depend for their success upon the patronage of the public. The ancients regarded dreams as divine omens of great significance. Joseph gained quite a reputation in the land of Egypt through his clever ness at Interpreting them. The history of horse-racing dates back more than six hundred years, and racing in England was known to ejist as early as the tenth century. OF FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE MAY 28-29 Orlando at Lakeland. . St. Pete at Daytona. Bartow at Bradentown. Sanford at Tampa. MAY 31-JTJNE 1 Lakeland at Daytona. Orlando at Bartow. ' Saflford at St. Pete. Tampa at Bradentown. . JUNE 2 No games scheduled. JUNE 3 . , , , . St. Pete at Tampa, double header. Bradentown at . Daytona, doable header. Lakeland at Bartow, morning. Bartow at Lakeland, afternoon. Orlando at Sanford, morning. Sanford at Orlando, afternoon. JUNE 4-5 Daytona at Lakeland. Tampa at Orlando. Bartow at St. Pete. Bradentown at Sanford. JUNE 7-8 Lakeland at St. Pete. Daytona at Bartow. Tampa at Sanford. Bradentown' at Orlando. JUNE 9-10 Lakeland at Bradentown. Tampa at Bartow. Sanford at St. Pete. . Daytona at Orlando. JUNE 11-12 Sanford at Lakeland. Orlando at Tampa. Bartow at Daytona. St: Pete at Bradentown, June 11. Bradentown at S. Pete, June 12. . JUNE 14-15 Orlando at Lakeland. Bartow at Sanford. St. Pete at Daytona. . r OR REPRESENTATIVE POLK COUNTY I GROUP I m l candidate for re-election as Repre Wve from Polk county in the Florida ialature, and If my past experience and rifle in nubile affairs meets with the ap- irsi of the people, I will appreciate the and support of the citizens, pledging my' I to renewed efforts In their behalf. My ean laey la subject to the Democratic primary called. Hespecuuuy, JOHN M. KEEN. ed, I promise every man, woman, and child In Polk county a square deal. Respectfully, JOHN A. MOORE. FOR TAX COLLECTOR I take this method of announcing my can didacy for re-election to the office of Tax, Collector of Polk county, subject to the June Primary election. I will deeply appreciate your vote and support for tola- office and If re-elected. 1 promise to give the -office my careful personal attention as in tne past. i. r. mubuauuu. Watch Repairing Our Specialty M0 Has Raised a New Standard (or Baking Powder Because it is made in the most -careful and scientific manner from absolutely pure materials that re main pure in the baking and in sure wholesome; healthful foods. Because it possesses the greatest leavening power. Because it is not affected by time or weather it never loses its strength and never fails. Because it is most economical you save when you buy it and you save when you use it These are the reasons why Calu- -met is the standard baking powder the choice of millions more being sold than of any other brand. Try it always buy it. Your grocer can supply you. FOR SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION . I harebv announce my candidacy for the office of Superintendent of Publle Instruction of Polk County, subject to the action of tht Democratic "Primary. June 8UL me. I appeal to the voters of Polk County oo the basts of my faith In their sense of Justice and fair play. With good-will toward all and bitterness toward none, I hope to be able to present my cause, and I look forward wun confidence to the result of the election; for I believe that a majority of the people of Polk county are In favor of having right prevail. If elected, I promise my beat effort! to advance the educational Interests of all sections of the county. Respectfully. W. L. CLIFTON FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION FOR REPRESENTATIVE GROUP ONE I I tj e nljt.e nm tha tflf- . . r3 VprenUUvein TuTe Florida LeglaU- Having been urged by those most Interested 1 htortto the June Democratic Primary. ' In the public schools of our county, and wHh ik to tne .neat 01 my iDintj ana solicit mm - .- i., Mrt of all citizens of Polk county. Aeasectfully. ROBT. h. BROWN, FOR REPRESENTATIVE GROUP ONE I announaa aa candidate for Representative fosa Polk county. In Group One, in tne nor Ja Legislature, subject to the Democratic Pri mary. My experience In Legislative work fully luallBea me for this position, aa I thoroughly Understand the workings of the law-making tody. I stand for the following, without par tiality to any class; the nofence law; a fair moaey. return to Polk county, from the Bute motion imnartmant for her roada already built; a )ironcr msinDmioi, m eacn ruumj i the automobifj licence tax ; a better laud title system ; good roads, and good scnooia. I solicit the vote and (support of all (nose who bare any Interest In the welfare of Polk county, and the State at large. Yeurs very respectfully, . J. EVERETT BRYANT. FOR REPRESENTATIVE pon request of a number of my friends vnk th onnnt t have decided to become MnHirtoW for the office ot RepresentaUve nnii. AAimiff in nrrmn No. 2. Am, 4 via r - Having served we people in in- u Representative ror one mm, i i "- I am competent to nil this position with boa-ors-to myseir and the people of the county, present this announcement, soliciting ins support of the voters and promising them ray best efforts In their behalf, should they honor me with the election. My candidacy is suojecv. 10 me w"" Imarv when called. 1 A. J. MOKUAH. dacy for Superintendent of Public Instruction of Polk' County, subject to the Democratic Ml I Primary, June 8th. If elected, I pledge my supreme effort to every Interest of your schools, and now solicit your earnest support during tne campaign. I very respectruiiy, primary when called. Bespectfully, mi DrnnrcrllTirivr. CROUP 2 I W U .nnniinm HIT l-liniiidaCT fOf ft "fflee of Representative from Polk County to ,hi. v YiAtiAfflti( Priin&rT 01 juntj out, 120. If elected I promise to do mf bert ror whole people. Ipoui Number Two. Slimed PINSON M. imu6 pna rniiUTV llinRP . l hereby announce myself aa candidate ror the office of County Judne of l'oik County ...k . .l.. r ,h rtAmocratlc m- towy to be held p June- ir n0"11111? "IS iMarf t tra Htrhartzfl the duties 31 thsk iMfl iH . anri imnartial manner and uw uiutu iu m a K to devote my entire time to tne am w . jVnce, I will appreciate Hie suppc irt and vote ail -good citizens, mjuio fad rnnuTV llinfiF r un wvwn. - . I' hereby announce my candidacy tot v i of County Judge or roia vmun,, to the Democratic Primary In June. B elected, I pledge my earnest and BoneM P"on to perform tne dunes oi mo -Uce'and impartiality to all will appreciate your vote, and WPP0 CLVDK O. TRAMMEL". C. B. KINSINOKR. FOR COMMISSIONER FIFTH DISTRICT I beg to announce myse't for renomlnatlon tnr rmintv Commlssionfr. from the Fifth Dis trict, subject to the coming Primary for June 8th, 120. I stand upon my record as County rommUjlrinem for Ihf oresenl term and In vite insnectlori of the records, which are pub lic whlih records will ohow much progress and beaeflt to the county, particularly In tbta district and also much work narted by me that rn not bs comoletcd during the present term. Tour valuable support will mean the completion of this work already begun and snticlpated. I will be pleased to discuss the details, either publicly or Individually, with .1, m, eonsmuen,.. FLANAGAN, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Commissioner In Disirlct No. 5. I am knrnrn to most of the Deoole In the district. and I do not consider an aounaance oi prom ises necessary, but I shall deeply appreciate thA aunnort of all who have confidence In ue tc believe tnat ir eiecieo -i win oo my u'lvy honestly a. I Ke It Respectfully, nttu nuoau.i. FOR SHERIFF Te the Voters of Polk County: 1 am taking tbls mewoo lo asa ror your vote ui support In the coming Democratic orlmarv. V'ou know my record of the past. I nave triea to oe laiunui iiiiwt .v discharge of my duties. If re-elected my ef- fnrt will tie continuea aroug iuo noiu without fear or ravori Apprcciaim jou. loyalty In the past, I remam . ever. 'fo Bradentown at Tampa. , JUNE 16-17 , Lakeland at Orlando. Bradentown at Bartow. St. Pete at Sanford. Daytona at Tampa. , JUNE 18-19 Sanford at Lakeland. Bradentown at Orlando. Daytona at St. Pete. Tampa at Bartow. JUNE 21-22 Lakeland at Daytona, Bartow at Tampa. Sanford at Bradentown. Orlando at St. Pete. JUNE 23-24 St Pete at Lakeland Bartow , at Bradentown. Tampa at Orlando. Daytona at- Sanford. JUNE 25-26 , Tampa at Lakeland. Sanford at Daytona. Bartow at Orlando. Bradentown at St. "Pete, June 25. St. Pete at Bradentown, June 26. JUNE 28-29 Lakeland at Sanford. Tampa at Daytona. Orlando at St. Pete. , Bradentown at Bartow. JUNE 30-JULY 1 . Tampa at Lakeland. Bartow at St. Pete. Sanford at Daytona. Orlando at Bradentown. JULY 2-3 Daytona at Lakeland. Bartow at Tampa. St. Pete at Orlando. Bradentown at Sanford. JULY 6 Lakeland at Bartow, morning. Bartow at Lakeland, afternoon. Orlando at Sanford, morning. Sanford at Orlando, afternoon. Bradentown at Daytona, double header. St. Pete at Tampa, double header. JULY 6 No games scheduled. JULY 7-8 Bradentown at Lakeland. Tampa at St. Pete. Orlando at Daytona. Sanford at Bartow. JULY 9 Lakeland at Orlando, double header. Tampa at Bradentown, double header. Bartow at Sanford, double header. Daytona and St. Pete no game. JULY 10 Lakeland and St. Pete, double header. Daytona at . Bradentown, double header. Orlando at Bartow, one game. Snnfnrrt nnil Turn Tift, no en.mn. In all there are fifty-six games to be raper comment upon the idea is gen- played In the first half. In figuring up erally .favorable, It being pointed out the mileage of each team traveled ; tnat ther io a0 otneP recourse.'" Lakeland gets a nice lot of travel. It , " ia nt o,,mi a irm figures out as follows: Daytona, 1,923 j While the flotation ot such a large miles, Lakeland 1.609, Orlando, 1,679, j Internal loan will be unprecedented i Ut, i cioiauuig AVTA uaatuiu i s, m J 11 Illicit 1 11(3 sa y v " w ' tt a. -t nnn T A a. ' . . . urn iuw, jl.oo, muipa, i.oiio, uiuuou- tne country is cltea as propitious ror town 1.211. In the second half the . ... !:::.. Z , lu Its success, it is pointed ooi, moro- l iuwuh unving iuo lung uiiiouko iu iun , , ! first half will have the short distances, ever, that subscriptions In Argen- whlch will even up the schedule. Una to the Italian loan reached 140,- HIGHESTawards Calumet" contains oniy auch Ingred ients as have been approved pfiicially by the U, S. Food Authorities. I O'Steen Jewelry Co. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 217 EAST MAIN STREET PHONE 82 ARGENTINE REPUBLIC . TO FLOAT DOMESTIC LOAN i 000,000. To celebrate the advance of thJ . 1 printer's art, particularly Us Increase (By Associated Press ) in speed, a Caxton memorial Bible Buenos Aires, May 27 The Argen-' wa8 wholly printed and bound In 11 t!ne government having failed to ob-'nours jn 1377, Only one hundred tain either In Europe or the United copie8 were struck off I States a proposed loan to enable it to consolidate its floating debt of about A.UTOMOBIL11 PROTECTION Plr j $265,000,000, it now plans toresort and tnefl; and collision Insuranct 1 10 a domestic loan ror tne purpose, tit is reported. President Irfgoyen, It I IB Bam, luieiiuB iu ui ins mo mtto before congress shortly and ask au- 5r Uhorization to 1:iRue the bond's. News- sold to members of. the Florida State Automobile Association at actual cost. Sample "Florida Mo torist" sent on , request. Address Headquarters, Orlando. 65t Going out of business. All goods in stock at large reductions Sale Starts SATURDAY, MAY 29 FOR SHERIFF i k.K. announce to tha Democratic voter of Poia count? my candidacy for th i offlce of Sheriff of Poll county In the June 1 rtmary election. . , , . . ... Any support l may recene nneiated and If nominated and elected, 1 r.Ar. mwlt to the faithful pertorm- ucicuj --..... i,h....t f.r . anr of Uie OUIies oi sam uiu . nr favor. I believe my part experience of all years as deputy sheriff quaimea " position. Respectfully. MILLINERY HALF PRICE All trimmed ' and untrimmed Spring Hats one half off. All mid Summer Hats, 25 per cent off. A H. WILDER . FOR SHEBIFf To the Good People and Eapeclally to the Voters oi i oia io'j FOR COUNTY JUDGE I Weiiy announce my candidacy for tt SfflCa Of Cniinl. J.,Hra ni Polk tCAWty, SUD- w tha action of tha approaching Demo- rttle llmarw It la mv nrnmliW that If 6lC to una imnnrtnt ffiM mi sincere dealr W ba to administer Justice with absolute fatr eas mnA imna.iaii, nH a .this end 1 )ldn BIV moat aarnaat 'aftTAPta. ' aasure the citizens and voters of the fwity that tbeir aid and vote will be deeply t feasted. 8PKSSABD U HOlLAJiu. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBUC IklBTannTIAH . WTftt) aanemnM mmAiAmJl tat tlV0 Of flnnmvtM H. OKfwtU fit PoU 71 ' t hava bld tke offloe by appointva t Brty two vnr .n ha trirl to rend weia . . fc ika -.iT'Tii inv3 aarvtce. i an . , "l ef ue wTwTmj raooriL elaet- I , hTreV announc."m, candidacy for Iff m Pom county, subject to the action of tt. Democratic primary of June SOt and V "uny. and SS-'f d,e r. and Respectfully. rjrt Mew(. n7ML , tounry, Prtm.r, I promise wavi preaching I)emocratlc PrtMr, jP , . Lforeed hnpartlally nd voters of Pota touiiiy win , , j( i,v i. " . ....r.a nr POLK COUNTY ' . 1 "6..- cVadidacy for aLVcouty Pn-ecutlns Attorney, DRESSESS All materials, Wool, Silk and Cotton, one fourth off. QUITE RITE SKIRTS Silk. Wool and Cotton, one fourth off. WAIST Worthmore and Well Worth Waist. 10 per cent off. All Georgette. Wash Satin and Crepe DeChine Waist one fourth off. MADAM GRACE CORSETS One Fourth Off EPPO & FITR1TE PETTICOATS One Fourth Off. DOVE BRAND UNDERGARMENTS Silk and Mwlin One Fourth Off. ' BATHING SUITS, MIDDY SUITS SILK AND WOOL SWEATERS COLLARS, BEEDS, AND ALL NOVELTIES One Fourth Off. 0