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BALLOONS START ’ ON THIRTEENTH NATIONAL RACE Naval Entries Are Using Helium Gas and Are Equipped With New Radio System a Milwaukee, May 31. — (By The As sociated Press.) .Thirteen balloons to day lugged at their moorings ready to get away at-3:30 this afernoon in the , IStii national balloon rare whir 1 ! will <lri'lr (he three entries for the I'nit- States in the international ion last' to he held in Switzerland i Ajpnst. jh'hile the course of the flight of t tlB pilots will be dependent entirely entile whims and fancies of the wind thousands of feet above tin around indications early today were- so far as the men on terra flrma could Judge. that the final destination of most of the air travellers would he southeastern Canada. r As the thousands of cubic feet of gas and helium struggled to loose i the giant hags from the ground ropes, ktbe United States weather bureau, sent a corps of special agents Htere to prognosticate the conditions upper air. reported that the would encounter a wind the northeast at the start lint this would change to a wind HRBbi. the southwest as greater alti- Ht were reached. Such winds mean that the liig gas filled ■aits soon would take steady flight and across the great Spikes and into Canada. The balloons probably tie- greatest at ■ention were the naval entries whi.-h firing independently and are not to any of the prize money Hn- honors of victory. f These two hags are inflated with ■helium, the first free rraft to nnvig- PnHf*fl!e air through the lifting power ,of this non-infammahle substance which government officials claim is j bound to revolutionize the flight of lighter than air craft. The helium was brought here in scores of small tanks much on tlie order of oxygen tanks used hv physi cians. The pilots of these vessels of the Time to Re-tire? H tßuy Fisk) jfc ALL over the country jljL today men are talk ing about the service . Fisk Tires give. Just 1 look the tires over if you want to know why. Compare for Quality and Price. There's a Fisk Tire of extra value in every size, for car, truck or speed wagon RED FRONT VULCANIZING SHOP Have the exclusive agency for the Fisk Tires. Makers of the Fisk tires are known everywhere as a company that backs its dealers. Next time buy a Fiske. ATLANTIC HOTEL BAY AND HOGAN. JACKSONVILLE Close to everything. Marine garage half block away. All outside rooms, steam heat, hot and cold running water in every room. Newly decorated Inside and out. RATES SI.OO, $1.50, Bath. $1.50, $2.00. E. FRANK PEARCE, Proprietor and Manager Dugger Lumber Company Incorporated Foot of Main Street Phone 400 ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS SASH, DOORS & MILLWORK, BRICK, LIME, CEMENT SLATE SURFACE ROOFING . • COMPLETE HOOSE BILLS A SPECIALTY Prompt Service—Low Prices—Quality Guaranteed ! uir were disqualified from receiving • 'honors because* of Ihe advantage of j | the greater lifting ability of Indium |over coal gas. Another interesting i feature of the helium-filled balloons | wil ho a newly invented radio equip-j ! ment which will he given a thorough: jtest. The government has maintain ‘ ed war time secrecy over this inven-j lion, hut it is said to he miraculous. ; Th*aldes the civilian entries will he i three army balloons which were put into flying shape last night hv senres •of men sent lure fer that purpose. The first balloon to take the air will he the smallest entry, that of Roy Donndson of Springfield. 111., of 50.-' non cubh* feet raparity. The otners will follow n lliis or Major Osear ‘Westov# r. Washing ton. eppaHty of SO,OPO etthie feet. Rj.lph T'pson. Detroit. 05.00 ft etlbie ! feet. Fnpt. John Derry. **o. Louis. TS.ooo etihie feet. Tfieut.-r , ommondrr J. P. Xorfleet. ! T.akeliurst. X. J • 7"-Son rnhlr feet. Tvieut. W. F. Re k d. Pensarola. Fla.. S 0.000 ruhir feet. J. S. MeKibhen. Sf. Louis. 77.500 i (ueic feet. Warren Rnsor. Prookville. Ohio. GO. 000 cubic feet Lieut. Janies T. Xeolev. Ross Field California. SO.SIO cubic feet. Fapt. Harold Peeks. Langley j Field. SO.OOO cubic feet, j Rerunrd von Hoffman. St. Louis. SO.-1 ; f)00 cubic feet. I Ward T. Van Xorman. Akron- Ohio. \ 77.‘*00 cubic feet. 11 F. Honeywell. St. T.ouis. 75.000 j cubic feet. .l LARGE ATTENDANCE AT FUNERAL MR. THOMPSON A large crowd of friends and neigh bors of the deceased attended the funeral of the late Percy M. Thotnp son this forenoon. the Dixieland ' Methodist church being filled to over- I flowing. Beautiful floral offerings embowered the casket. The musical j select ’nr s added to the inmressive ness. and an eloquent and singularly ! appropriate sermon was delivered by Rev.- D. P. Sweat, former pastor of the Dixieland Methodist church. In ; torment was made in Roselawn and a long cortege followed the hearse to the burying ground. ' FOR SALE—Small house at 51.‘1 West Patterson street. Phone fiss. LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3t. 1422 SMssK;(ps ■ —— SWINDLERS INDICTED Miami, Fla., May 31—Alleged swin dling of one hundred and twenty thou sand dollars from Pe— r R. Nicholson here last February was revealed in returning three secret indictments just made public. The authorities re fuse to give Nicholson's home ad dress. None of the men indicted and under arrest but bail was fixed at , fifty thousand each, should they be I apprehended. BANDITS GRAB PAYROLL New York, May 31.—Seven automo bile bandits today held up three mer. in an automobile at Long Inland City and robbed them of a fifteen thousand dollar payroll, belonging to H. L. Mal linson. a New York silk dealer. BURGLARS ROB POSTOFFICE Miami. May 31.—Burgars forced the safe in the postoffice at Miami Beach! las- night and stole $1,400 in cash and' stamps, two registered letters and sl6l in money order forms. The money order blanks ar enumbered 3040 to 3201. PUT LID ON IN TAMPA Tampa. May 31.—“ Confectionery stores, ice cream parlors, moving pic ture houses, dance halls, gasoline fill ing stations, everything except res taurants, churches and Sunday morn ing newspapers, must shut up tight next Sunday," said Sheriff Spencer, today, in announcing his opinion on the blue laws given him by his at torney. The sheriff said he would note violations next Sunday and ar rest all violators. County Solicitor Giv ens threatened to upse: the campaign for Sunday enforcement when he said today that Tampa people need not worry about the blue law. GROVELAND INN IS HASKELL’S INITIAL HOTEL As another step in the development I lof Haskell, a thriving new town six' miles front Lakeland, comes the < 1 - i tahlishment of (Loveland Inn. .Mr. and Mrs. George Stimatz, who j were formerly with the Lakeland 1 Highlands elult house, have built a ereditahle two-story building, and the Inn is already in operation, although the formal opening lias not taken place, A homelike atmosphere has been aimed at in the furnishings and the cuisine, and chicken dinners are an attractive specialty. Mr. and Mrs. Stimatz will give a dinner to a group of tlieir friends Thursday evening and a formal open ing will he held some time later. Town lots at Haskell were put on sale for the first time a few months ago. hut there has been spendid in terest and considerable development from the first. Tile stations and the packing house acting as a nucleus fot the town with the magnificent grove section of tlie Lakeland Highlands for back country. 7or Uour Summer' fy Vacation [BV'*’Where fair Breezes Blow, | REDUCED ] \ railroad and hotel / VRATEy, Best Bathing Beaches in Florida CHAMBEIHCOM M ERCE Interesting literature on Application BILIOUS JJHILDREN Black-Draught, Long in Successfu Use, Praised by an Arkansas Mother, ‘‘Soon Does Its Work.” Marmaduke, Arlt.—Speaking ol Thedford’s Black-Draught, which from long use in her household has become regarded as “the family medicine,” Mrs. Mary E. Hill, of Route 1, this place, says: “When the children get bilious, 1 give them a couple of good doses, and when we have sour stomach, headache, or any liver or stomach trouble, we use Black-Draught. It is an easy laxa tive, and soon does the work. I cer tainly think it is one of the best rem edies made.” Black-Draught acts on the jaded liver, gently, but positively, and helps It in its Important function of throw ing out waste materials and poisons from the system. In thousands of households Black Draught is kept handy for immediate use in time of need. Prompt treatment often is half the battle, and will often prevent slight ijls from developing in to serious troubles. Its well-established merit, during more than 70 years of successful use, should convlnco you of the helpful effects obtainable by taking Black Draught for liver and stomach dis orders. Get a package today, and keep it in your bouse. See that the package bears the wordß, “Thedford’s Black-Draught" NO-141 FIRE FIGHTER ALMOST GAVE OUT AT WORK Peters Was So Crippled Up With Rheumatism He Could Hard ly Answer a Call —“ “A month ago I was so weak and | crippled with rhematism that 1 could j hardly answer a fire call but today i there is not a. man at this station who is in better health than I am said \V T. Peters. 117 Gabbell street, a fireman at station No. 3, Lynch Imrg. Va. "liow I managed to hold my job , i do not know. Indigestion simply had the best of me and could not eat , enough to keep a bird alive. Then rheumatism set in and 1 got so 1 could hardly move around and every ! time I moved pains would shoot thru my whole body. It certainly looked i like my days in the service were <>. ! er. "But if ever a man was made over I new lam the man. Tanlae soon end ed both my stomach trouble and rheu matism and I can eat anything on the table anil haven't a pain left. I have gained ten pounds and do not believe anybody could feel better.” Tanlae is sold by all good drug gists. —advt. TOO LUTE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE—Or trade for close-in . property, lovely bungalow near i Lake Morton. See .1. W. Tucker, j realtor. FOR RENT—Seven-room house on : Rushen avenue, Dixieland, S2O per j month. See W. T. Overstreet, Ho- j tel Tremont. I am in the market to purchase! a first-class well improved citrus grove. I want to deal direct with owner. What have you to offer?! Give full particulars, as I live in the north and want to move to Florida at the earliest possible mo ment. Box 129, care Telegram. White’s Cream Vermifuge is cer tainly destruction to intestinal worms It Is haunless to children or adults. F.( :e. Vc. Sold by all druggists. .... —. i 1 ... . V ....... .—. S' du Out 01 You? Engine ff-Q _a x „ Nothing causes quicker depreciation in your motor than the Jtl 01, 10 J/ hammer-like knocks caused by “pre-ignition” of heavy carbon . -a deposits in the combustion chambers; and the thumping and j C pounding of worn wrist pins and loose crank shaft bearings. It t t is hard on the nerves, a3 well as the car. 1 O X |lO These knocks are but the penalty you are called upon to pay for n. •* using too little oil in your crank case, or an oil that is low in oranaara quality and of an incorrect "body” for that particular motor. The use of the correct grade oT Stanccola Poiarine will reduce to a minimum carbon deposits and the wear and tear of friction, and keep out the destructive knocks. Conceit the Stanccola Chart. stanocola i:j SOLD 5Y STANDARD OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY * y Taste is a matter of We state it as our honest l belief that the tobaccos used Hjptvfc - J* in Chesterfield are of finer IjffipY J quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other Lit'. . . ... _ .. . Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos —blended MARKETS AND FINANCE ON WALL STREET. New York. May 31. —Railroad shares were the dominant features at the opening of today’s market. Monday's I decision of the United States 8u ! preme court declaring that the South I ern Pacific-Central Pacific merger ; was illegal and the decree of that same tribunal defining all the statutes !of Reading first and second prefer ! red stock issues subordinated all oth j er developments of the holiday. South ern Pacific, selling ex-dividend, soon declined one point, and Reading com ! mon lost four points. Reading first | preferred rose three points and the second preferred jumped four points. I Other noteworthy features of the ear- ly trading issued a two point ud-: vance in tobacco products on announ cement of a merger with United Re tail Stores. Among specialities Na tional Enamelling. American li-ct Su gar. United Drug and Nova Scotia Steel made gains of 1 to 3 points. Heaviness was shown by American Smelting. Royal Dutch. Sumatra to bacco and United States Rubber. COTTON STILL SOARS New Orleans, May 31—Further rains in the belt and cablegrams from Liv erpool telling of more activity ill Man chester put the cotton market 7 to 13 points higher at the opening today. Heavy liquidation came from realiz ing longs and a reaction ensued, the market standing 1 to 30 points under Hie close of yesterday at the end of the first hour of trading. July soli! as high as 20.1)0 and sold hack to 20.73. New York Cotton Now York. May 31. —Cotton futuros opened firm. July 21.15; October 20.70; December 20.45; January 20.25; March 20.08. New Orleans Market. Now Orioans. May 31. —The cot - ton market opened quiet; July 20.85; October 20.31; December 20.03; Jan uary 19.82; March 19.58. I.OST —At the Auditorium Tuesday night, black umbrella with sold handle. Return to, J. R. 1)., care Telegram office and receive re- I ward. : ROST —Female Collie dog; dark brown with black down back and white ruff. Reward. Telephone 318 llluo. 11. M. Webb.