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To the Lades of LAKELAND Our lady representative will call at your home to show you what Calumet Baking Powder will do lor you and why it is called the cook’s best friend. v The demonstration and test she will make are interesting and instructive. The test is not a comparative test of the strength of different baking pow ders because the water glass test does not show the strength of baking pow der that does not contain white of egg. The test will, however, show the su periority of Calumet in other respects and prove why it has solved all baking problems in millionsof homes. Calumet is not only the best leavening agent possible to make, but it is sold at a popular price and is therefore an im portant factor in reducing the high cost of living. Calumet is manufactured in the largest, finest and most sanitary baking powder plant in the world, by experts who make nothing but baking powder. Calumet received the highest awards for purity and efficiency at the world’s greatest pure food expositions at Chi cago in 1907, and at Paris, France, in 1912. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by the United States Food Authorities. Calumet is guaranteed to be Pure in the Can and Pure in the Baking. Try Calumet once at our risk. Your money back without question if it isn’t the best baking powder you ever used. We thank you in advance for any cour tesies shown our representative and earnestly solicit your valued patronage. Calumet Baking Powder Cos. CHICAGO What Does Your Battery Cost You Per Month? TP you have a Philco Retainer Bat- 'T'HE Retainer is patented and is ■*" tery, the answer is: Not more than ■*• found only in the Philadelphia Dia onetwenty-fouTthofitsoriginalprice— mond Grid Battery. It adds at least becausethePhiladelphiaDiamondGrid six months to the life of the battery. Battery with the Philco Retainer is i t is a thin sheet of slotted hard rub- Guaranteed for Two Years ber placed on each side of each posi tive plate. The almost /& [ft]® K] © particle of active material fS I ol n [q\ tries to drop out of place and stop working, it finds that the slots of the Re al > • L tainer are too narrow to I With 'the PHILCO Slotted Retainer I permit passage. It must k — l keep on the job. STANDARD TIRE AND BATTERY CO. LAKELAND, FLORIDA NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC On account of the excessive dry weather and heavy demand for water, it has become im perative that all sprinkling and using of water for other than household purposes shall be discontinued between 8:00 a. m. and 6:00 p. m. until further notice. By order of H. C. PETTEWAY, Mayor LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1922 AUBIiIDALE NEWS The Camp Fire girls held a busi-1 ness meeting Monday afternoon ai | | the Presbyterian church. Mrs. J. P. Jones has resumed her j ' duties at the local postoffice after j an absence of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Addison Loomis and i ; the latter's mother, Mrs. Grohe, have! left for their home in Ravenna, 0., j after spending the past winter at their winter home on the Lee-Jack sonville Highway. Mrs. Effie Dickinson left Monday 1 for her home in Memphis, Tenn., af ter spending the winter with her mo ther Mrs. Lavinia Anderson. Dr. and Airs. 1. G. Haskell and j ; family and Mrs. A. E. Hines and son j Albert motored to Winter Park Sat ! : tirday to attend the water meet at i i Rollins College. Mrs. Sam Karns has recovered from! her recent illness and has returned to i | her home on Main street. A number of local Methodists at-1 .tended the funeral services for Mrs. | ; Overstreet at Haines City last Satur - :;y. Rev. Overstreei is also pastor I iof the local church. Rue Spinks, wife and little daugh ter left Monday for their old home in ltockmnrt, (5a., where they wit! j | again take up their residence. Mr. | Spinks sidd out his barber shop toj , Air. Wright just before leaving. The Woman’s Club will meet in ! i regular session Thursday afternoon! lat their room in the school building, j this meeting will lie for members! ! only and the election of new officers! i will- lake place. A full attendance j of members is desired. A short j program will follow the business ses sion. The Rallies Missionary Society of i-.lie Presbyterian church will enter-; tain the Missionary Societies front' Kissimmee, Lake Alfred, Winter Hav j on and Haines City on Wednesday of I this week, the meetings to begin at! ! ton o'clock in the morning and two-j thirty in the afternoon. Lunc-li will! be served at the Parish House at i I noon. A delightful program has been arranged. The entertainment given in the! Auditorium lasi Thursday evening byi the school children proved to be one of the best given by the school during! the term and the teachers in charge! deserve great credit for their work, i Tiie auditorium was crowded and many were forced to stand. School ; closed Friday for the summer vaea- I ion. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sluilz and son j of Winter Haven, spent Sunday even-j ing the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.! Raul) on Lake Lena. Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun DePre of Bartow. were business visitors to ■ town last week. I BARTOW DISTRICT CONFERENCE TO OPEN TOMORROW | The Bartow district conference of | tin* Methodist church will open Wed nesday night at the First Methodist ! church with the opening sermon to be preached by Itev. Howard Itutil. Af ! ;er tlie sermon the sacrament of the i Lord’s Supper will hie administered by j itev. K. J. Gates, presiding eider. The | lirst business session of the confer ence will he held Thursday morning \ ! at!) o’clock and there will be sessions j of tlie conference both morning, af ternoon and night. Adjournment will j come Friday afternoon following the j report of committees. Immediately | after adjournment those in attendance at the conference will pay a visit to the grounds of Southern College to note the progress being made on the first group of buildings. Tiie ladies of the First Methodist church will serve dinner in the Men's Bible Class room in the rear of the church at noon on Thursday and Fri day. Itev. J. M. Gross, pastor, is busy preparing for the arrival of some sixty or seventy delegates who are prepar ing for the arrival of some sixty or! seventy delegates who are expected to I attend tlie conference. A cordial in- [ citation is extended to all interested j to attend any or all of the sessions. The program in full is as follows: Opening sermon. Wednesday even ing, May s!rd, at S p. m., by Rev. How ard Until, followed by Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. Thursday, May 4 9 a. m. —Devotional. Rev. B. T. Rape. Organization. Report of pas tors. 11 a. m.—Preaching service by Pre siding Elder itev. .E J. Gates. Noon 2 p. m. —Devotional, Rev. E. J. Har dee. Pastors’ reports continued. 5!:BO p. m. —League Anniversary, Aiiss Alice Crone. Sunday School An niversary. Prof. F. At. Williamson. S p. m.—Missionary Aliiversary, Dr. I. S. Patterson, Mrs. J. M. Gross. Friday, May 5 9 a. m.—Devotional, Rev. J. T. Mitchell. Orphanage, Ur. J. R. Ca son. Election of delegates to annual conference. Report of committee on license. 11 a. m.—Preaching, Rev. J. E. Parker. Noon 2 p. m. —Devotional, Rev. G. C. Herndon. Advocate, Dr. J. E. Wilson. Educational Rally, Rev. S. W. Lawler, Dr. W. O. Lemasters. Report of com mittees. Visit to college and grounds. Committees On License to Preach—Rev. O. A. Thrower, chairman. On District Missions—Rev. J. T. Mitchell, chairman. On Q. C. Records —Bro. Roy Sax on, chairman. On Bulldingt and Grounds—Rev. G. W. Rosenberry, chairman. On Resolutions —Dr. J. M. Gross, chairman. White's Cream Vermifuge is cer tainly destruction to intestinal worms It Is harmless to children or adults. Price, 35c. Sold by all druggists. WjHH Nfc X 111 0I f fflSraljlv, ' ij UHlsraiSlsß fc , >, FREE! slllli S*. Ist Prize $25.00—2d Prize $20.00—3d Prize $15.00 21 additional cash prizes . 20 merchandise prizes . 44 PRIZES IN ALLL / PRIZE LIST 1 525.00 7 52.50 13 — $2.00 19 51.50 25 —1 case Orange-Crush 31 —1 case Orange-Crush 38 —1 case Lemon-Crush 2 20.00 8 2.50 14 2.00 20 1.50 26—1 case Lemon-Crush 32—1 case I-emon-Crush 39—1 case Lime-Crush _ •j sr /w\ q arA ir aa ■$ r/\ 97 1 | • /~s 1 33 1 case LiiHc*v<TMsh 40 1 case Orange-C.rush. 3 ~ ®- i so t If- 11 - If® 27- ease Lime-Crush 34-1 case Orange Crush 41 -1 case Lemon-Crush 4 lO.OO 10 2.11 16 2.00 22 1.50 28—1 case Orangc-Crush 35—1 case Lemon-Crash 42 —1 case Lime-Crurh 5 5.00 11 2.00 17 1.50 23 1.50 29 —1 case Lemon-Crush 36 —1 case Lime-Crush 43 —1 case Orange-Crush 6 2.50 12 2.00 18 1.50 24 1.50 30 —1 case Lime-Crush 37 —1 case Orange-Crush 44 —1 case Lemon-Crush THESE prizes will be given away for the best titles to the Orange- Crush Picture, shown above. Everybody is eligible. Men, women, boys, girls —all are urged to name a title for this picture. Nothing could be easier. Do it now, while you think of it. It will be real fun—and you have a real chance to win First Prize, or at least one of the other valuable prizes. Why this contest? This is the first gun in the 1922 Orange- Crush campaign. This year you will hear lots about this drink, and about the companion drinks, Lemon-Crush and Lime-Crush. This contest is to get everybody thinking about the “Crushes” at the very start of Spring. The picture here shown is by Norman Rock well, the famous artist. It was painted espec ially for Orange-Crush Company. Soon you will see it in beautiful colors, displayed wher ever Orange-Crush is sold. Now we want a title for the picture. At the close of the contest a committee of judges will decide which are the best titles submitted. The prizes are listed elsewhere in this advertisement. Read these facts about Orange-Crush—they will help you think of a title: This is the The “Crushes” are prepared by Orange-Crush Cos., Plant and Laboratories, Chicago. In Canada: Orangc-Crush Cos., Ltd., Winnipeg. English Address, 47 Gt. Tower St., London, E.C.3. Leave your titles with any soft drink dealer, or bring or wail them to COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 355 Lakeland. Fla: CUT THIS OUT—IT IS WORTH MONEY Gut out this slit), enclose with 5c and mail it t<* Foley & Cos., 2835 Shef field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will< receive in return a trial package con-i She Discovered It, Too “After 10 years of hit or miss baking with various other brands of powder 1 at last discovered that the bitter taste some times found in hot breads was caused from alum in cheaper grades of powder. So I am now an ardent booster for Royal Baking Powder.” . Mrß . L . AJ. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste Send for New Royal Cook Book— lt’s FREE Royal Baking Powder Cos., 130 William St, New York |taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com | pound for coughs cold, and croup; 1 I Foley Kidney Pills for pains in sides • and back; rheumatism, backache, kid 'jney and bladder ailments; and Foley I Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and •thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for seventh year of this famous drink. ■* It is the largest selling fruit-fiavored beverage in the world, due to its purity, quality and delicious ness. Many imitations have arisen, but none has ever approached the original Ward’s Orange-Crush. The flavors in Orange- Crash, Lemon-Crush and Lime-Crush are genuine, obtained entirely from citrus fruits. Each delicious finished drink is a compound of fruit oils and fruit juices obtained from oranges, lemons or limes, finest cane sugar, LT.S. certified food color, carbon ated water and citric acid (natural acid of citrus fruits). Get busy now. Put cn your thinking cap and think of a title for the picture. See the list of prizes. Read the simple rules. Send or bring your title without delay. You may win First Prize. Holes ©£ Contest The contest is now open. It will close Saturday, May 6, 1922, at noon. Everybody can joii* except our employes. All you reed to do is to write your title on a sheet of paper, sign your name and address beneath, and leave it with any drink dealer, or mail or bring it to the bottling company’s address given below. Write plainly Use one side of paper only. You can suggest more than one title —as many as you wish. Titles may Be original or may be a quotation. Titles will be judged by three judges selected from well known citizens of this community. Decisions will be final. By “best” is understood that title which most cleverly describes the situation shown in the picture. In case of ties the full amount of the prize will be given to each tying contestant. Awards will be published in this paper as soon as possible after close of the contest. Checks will be sent to winners immediately afterwards. constipation, biliousness. headaches and sluggish bowels. Sold by Hen ley's Drug store. advt. CONTINUE GRAND OPERA Chicago. May 2.—Continuation of Chicago Grand Opera as a civic insti tution was assured today, when the property, good will, and rights of the old opera company were transferred to the Civic Opera association. With an original guarantee fund of $251,000 on hand. $272,40 in new sub scriptions was raised this spring. The remainder of the guarantee fund of $500,000 was met by several men who agreed to underwrite the amount pending completion of the campaign for funds. HE KNOWS WHEREOF HE SPEAKS J. F. Harper, 416 Navarre, St., San Antonio. Texas, writes: “I consider Foley’s Honey and Tar absolutely the best cough remedy on the market. 1 know whereof I speak, having tried it in my own family. My wife took a severe cough and at night it was al most incessant. I gave her a few dos es of Foley's Honey and Tar. In a little while she went to sleep and slept soundly the entire night. Your remedy acts quickly and relief is per manent.” Sold by Henley’s Drug store. advt. RELIEF mSsURE REPORTED Washington, May 2.—Appropriation of $1,000,000 for the relief of suffer ers in the flooded areas of the Missis sippi valley is provided in a bill re ported favorably to the House today by its agriculture committee. The measure introduced by Representative Benson, Republican, of Illinois, will oe rushed through the House and Sen ate leaders also have promised to give it immediate consideration. Sc A nickel buys a spark ling, cooling drink Orange-Crush-Lemon Crush or Lime-Crush. In bottles and also at fountains. r Orange! i -crush j j ggl m The "crinkly ” bottle is used for all three "Crushes." It is your guide to the genuine. Look for it when you buy. CHILDREN IN SPRING TIME | Mrs. C. Osbura, 7812 Hillside Rd., Cleveland, 0., writes: “My grand daughter was troubled with a cough lor nearly two years. She took Foley’s Honey and Tar and her cough is now gone. It loosened the phlegm so she could raise it easily.” Foley's Honey and Tar is just what children have for feverish colds, coughs, "souffles,’! and tight wheezy breath- / ing. Be sure to get Foley’s. It checks croup and whooping cough*, too. Sold by .Henley's Drug store, advt. wi f Opinions agree that ' jffin 1 i the record of this TO |:| i establishment is one Ijß J1 1 of service perform- l|J| ed. Those whom we fflu AjV have served wHl ( tll ) you that we fulfill-V. ff out obligations and , Dthat we are thor- i-| oughly trustworthy.