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——x- "nSn.-niriiirTT - •' I® • i 'ip g ParkJT ra m m el H t CANDIDATE FOR United Status Senator A SECOND TERM TRAMMELL Will. lov.vi freight rates; l.iii; Vnnlea j-c •. books; leare i SFio :! - lo !'< .and; and other. mJK*& measures. p hi; will work against the ■ vicious anli-lyntlnng biil; high tentf on potash; and oilier bad men: nre?. IIL IS AGAINSI th? return ol the saloon in any lo;in. iALSO .AGAINST the so-called “Sanilv L ague” innW:. xi by ihe AMER ICAN BREWERS (operating at Jackson; die), its mam object be ing to work to (decl men to the Senate and House who are against prontp'lian. 1 REIGI !Y RAULS INCREASED ('/ per cent in Honda, a billion debars in guarantees (raid to raii r) -’ • trot ; die taxpayers money, are :me oi the disastrous results of '■ Sc RMi.ROAD BU L TRAM .WELL FOUGtir AND VOTED /'QjAiNoi. irminiell wanted (he raiwads returned to owners hut r.of 1 <y a b'vr that allowed the out rageous increase m freight rates. 1 1 e mrncli’s opponent asks the voters to pun'sh him because he fought this bill. Some railroad owners ai o w ant ir.ni punished, i nts f HAAGir against Irammell has uii.t ns much merit as any oil;;": charge h.is opponent has made against him. "A RT I THREE BILLION dollars adjusted compensation already paid to railroads and contractors, ii finimell will no! turn his back on the heroes who saved the Re public at the battle front. Elis mind is open lo a fair and just consideration of their cause. He lias not pledged himself io any pending measure on this subject, and the statement made to the contrary by his opponent is abso lutely untrue. THE INSIDIOUS EFFORT of Trammell’s opponent to make it appear that Trammell was not friendly to President Wilson be cause he voted as his own judg ment dictated is in keeping with his many other UNFAIR AT- j TEMPTS to prejudice the voters j against Trammell who was always friendly toward Wilson and voted in harmony with his views dozens of times. At the beginning of the war many patriotic citizens differed as between the volunteer system and the draft plan. TRAMMELL’S OPPONENT will no doubt keep up his knocks and unfair methods until the polls are closed, but the voters will not be •misled by such tactics. REPORTS FROM ALL parts of the State indicate that Trammell will be re-elected by a very large majori l y. * SIX YEARS ago Trammell’s op ponent claimed the Slate and did not carry a county. Now, as then, his claims will not come true. PARK TRAMMELL IS PRO FOUNDLY GRATEFUL TO HIS SUPPORTERS AND WILL SIN CERELY APPRECIATE EVERY VOTE CAST FOR HIM ON TUES DAY. JUNE 6. € *• |lfe??sS\ • I : '■ ; > “EEYCND THE ROCKS”SCREENED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF ELINOR GLYN, FAMOUS AUTHOR Special Attention P;iid to Details and Character Types in Gloria Swan son’s New Starring Vehicle. Tin* vorniiflah of thn Cafo Jiitz in Paris affords om* of i!i* many intense ly interesting secnes in “fh*yoil tin* Un<ks'’ tin* Paramount phturiaation jof Klinor fllyn’s famous novel. in i which Ploria Swanson is starred and , ■ which is screening Thursday- Friday . Mid Saturday of this week al 111 Casino 1 heat re. lien* at the riisto n.ary laidos art grouped exactly the ivp.-s fhai one would find in this ex < lu:dve t-stuhlishineii! for satisfying lie* inner man and also pleasing lie* *y* and ear. .M on-* table i- sealed a eoupleoi* j • ilie bourgeoisie, as is plainly seen j | 'ey their appearance and dre.;s and ; j’paivenu is stamped in everything tlu-ir expensive attire, over elabor ate: fin T way of eating and talking.) .li,t lii-Hvtfii them sits lie* daughter ‘•f the huii. e ant! h.e excuse for heir ; n -*nce in tli * Kit/, select confines for she is I.eeJy and refined and .e.t ci as a rare flower. \t another is • typical continental] ’ \v<man in pcrftvi taste with a gen j il*:nan a.pjiare-n ly of some foreign • -our. ; at anoiln r table siis an elder i ly man with sta'ting whiskers win j ■•i’lghs indulges in iv;.:nM*t* \vi ! i ii: vis-a-vis. Over there is Rudolph Y. l°i*.tino.! looking his par. of the young !.;. dish baronet with Spanish an<*‘;itv. •I rias Ah*-.- Francis, playing tin > t;!e r •! Theoilora. enters a com;.an ied 1-y Gloria Swanson, who has the j steliar role of the last named chu r ter. The; me**i and Yal *:tino takes them ii hfs table*. It is all correct, all in perfert tastf* end extreme care was xb.ihited in this as in every ‘phase f the story. Airs, tllyn being T*i• -••nt ii *-art* fer ev**ry hit of de tail and ■■ ssa-.i Sam Wood, the direr tor- in a*.titer: which her long asso ■•alh n with p op!: of tit * types hen •*!! tie: edited has rendered- second l ain: * tn her. And sle peisoaall supervised the re irrangem at of the coiffures of sev eral of the people who played atmos phere in the scene. On one occa sion dm took a paint brush and went v/ iln* hair of ; butler to make* it conform to what sin* f*lt was the proper effect. X' vc” did anyone take a keener in t*•**( st in these matters than the dis r.:guisle*d liriliah author. She was on the s! t early and late, always ready to advice and actually jump in and to it*, v eik if necessary of rearrang ing minor nr great details. la ihis picture which Jac k Cunning ham ad;:,- 1 and Thompson Ituchnn ’ an supervised. Gloria Swanson is cast in a rob* that is romantic* in the ex treme and affords her unusual oppor tunities for tin* display of her skill and laleiit in emotional acting and eiisMes h r in wear exquisite gowns and look !i**r lovdiest. This si :ry is one of love, fervent, enduring romantic-. It is the tale of fci Xitwvn PW WldßMUfttanhliaKXXlKDAMl TODAY At: •. >: Ii :• i- (I'ililc’i Hub' Maliiioo S::ii-i:!f, ill |i):.’!o u.in. till i! p.m. I’.l ItT I.VTEI, —in— -Tin: !iu; Arp you sorry you’re* rich? Or iirp you sorry you’re nut? It’s .nip or llie oilier. With Sum V.'euiherby it wus lirst one :iul then the other, lie hail a touch time Kettins happy, ami that's the story of “The Idle Rieli. From Kennel t Harris' Saturday Kveniiif; Post story, “.Imik." COI.DFX ItIT.F MAT. I'ltlf’KS Adults Hie, Children 10c After <> p. m. It* and 33 rents ATTENTION FORD OWNERS Genuine Crawford Seat covers, value $12.00, this week only, * SB.OO V HIT’S Auto Shop 220 South Florida (lakeland evening teleg a mismating. of the undeniable de mands of real love for a hearing! and the call of youth to youth. It is Klinor (Jiyn at her best and i; points w ithal, to a moral that is strong and forceful that none may scoff and is ' cape unscathed from love. CARD OF THANKS. We wish tn thank our neighbors | and friends for their kindness and sympathy during tin* illness and death !of our aunt. Mrs. Isabella hum ansoii land especially do we thank Dr. J. I*’. I Wilson and Rev. G. I. Mille r for their | faithful service*, also tin- holies of tie* I W. V. A. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Fletcher and Foil. Mr and Mrs. George Taylor. Mr ! I i* Fridge. ... PROF. AND MF:S. DONOHO TO GO TO LAKE WALES Prof, and Mrs. M. N. Donoho. who I have been with the Lakeland lie* last year have* accepted an r tnative offer from Lake* Wales and will take* up their work there at tin* beginning of the school year. Prof. Donoho was principal of tin j j Lake Merton school, while Mrs. Oonn-1 | ho was nil instructor in Lathi and j his tory at tin* high school. Doth wi re ; I papular with t!i**iv pupils, who will ! regret that tin y will not he l ack next ■ year. The professor will he* principal of 1 ihi* Lake Wales school, while Mrs. I tolled:o will teach in tin* high school depti-t ii***nt. j They will leave in a few da vs for, ja slier! stay at Arcadia wln*i ■ tln*y ! j linve grove* interests and will spend tin* summer at Nashville. Tennessee. I T. E. L. CLASS MEETS IN BUSINESS SESSION Tin- T. K. I„ Class ln>ltl it . r-snl:i: ! ! htisinc*ss meeting Monday afternoon | ■at in their class room in the j First Ihiptist cliurcli. The meeting, | was opened with the singing of • “\ly Faith Looks Fp to Tln*e,” and ! this wa t followed by a prayer by Mrs. I Straw. Mr-. Hardin was in charge of tin* ( ;d votional meeting, and the subject | was ’ The* Importanc e of Flioosinc; the i Good Part.” Mrs. Straw gave an in heres! ing talk on the subject “How We May Ivin ate our Spiritual Na i lure.” Mrs. W. 1). Kdwards spoke on j the things that hinder, stating that i selfishness is the greatest hindrance. A- committee was appointed to pro- , pare the supper for tlie teachers* and oflicers* meeting which will he held Thursday night. Mrs. Parker was chosen jo officiate during the absence of the reporter. On account of tin* inclement weath er the attendance was small, and the social hour was dispensed with.— RKPORTKU. GOOD CROWD ATTENDS FROSTPROOF MEETING A good crowd turned out at Frost proof to hear the county candidates expound their views Tuesday evening. The speakers’ stand was erected in tlie street in the icntre of town, and the ensuing meeting wwis pleasant for: all concerned. The rest of the schedule* is as fol lows : Lake Wales on Wednesday, May :’,l, at S p. m. Haines City on Thursday. June 1, at S p. in. Winter Haven on Friday, June L*, at s p. ill. Lakeland on Saturday. June at I S p. 111. Rartow on Monday, June at S | p. in. YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU’LL TAKE IT Is the guarantee with every bottle lof Watson’s Wonder Worker l.ina ! men I. which stops headache, tooth | ache, or most any acre pain in two | minutes. At your druggist's. Watson -1 jail Manufacturing Company, Kissitu | mee, Fla. Adv. No. 3. Why CALUMET powam Contains While of Egg Every time you buy a can through exposuretodamp of Calumet Baking Povv- ness or other causes. With der you have positive out the presence of a small , - . amount of white of egg proof of its leavening U’.is test could notbemade. strength—you know that ~,, , When you buy and use i it is not deteriorated m the baling powder that does shgntest degree. You have no |; contain white of egg this assurance because you take the chance of Calumet contains a small spoiling your baking be amount of white of egg. cause deterioration can not be detected in such When the Calumet sales- powders in any other man man calls on the grocer ner than through labora he makes a simple test of tory tests. j Calumet which discloses Buy Calumet because you any deterioration that know what the results may have occurred will be when you use it. WOT MAOr’BYAYkUSt / B \ mm tk) when W. G. TANARUS, U. NOTES Gills, are you going to the Y. camp at DeLand June 0 to lt? A splendid program is offered and (Ids will he a wonderful opportunity to spend ten days with efficient teacher.;. Some idea of ilie helpful and enjoy able time in store rail he gained from reading tlie following article from the Florida Good News: “The gladdest, loveliest, best time in all the year for Florida W. F. T. F Why for? It’s the “Y” Camp at Win ter Park! Kvery one who has ever been there is “crazy" to go again. And if you are not wildly enthusiasti* about it. it is because you don’t know what a good, beautiful t n days lie W. (’. T. F. has provided each summer the last six years. “Daily classes that you vui'i at tend? Certainly! Delightful ami fi-c cst-ev# •* classes! Mr;. Maude P,. P<*r kins, the national secretary of i!i'* i Young People’s Fnion. lm -a morning hour <-l enthusiastic study and plan ; ning that the girls wiuddn’i mis I* *r anything. .And she enter*, into their lives so fully as she sets before them i high ideals that every girl lu ari ; throbs to an ardent longing for tin* “h**st things." Mrs. Ida M. Flower. Florida's seen* 1 tary of the Young Pi ople’s Fnion. wd! till a shor* period each mormiig wiili •Social Suggesti .ns.’ simple, every da* directions answering the when and how* question- of uieial Matters. “A daily Rihle reading that is a I soul uplifi and shows tlie beauty •- the Christian life will he given by our 1 charming Mrs. Mnlde Quam-Stevens | and ether Rihle students. “Tie* Round Table for study of I l *- ; partments and Mefhmls—unique, orig i inal. delight till. in**stimahle -will have jas director an unequalled Doan Mrs. Mabel Perkins Dean. Florida’s record i ing secretary. “Sports? Recreafiims? Ye. , whole , afternoons of them! “entertainments? Indeed, yes! Kv ‘ enings of recejdions, original pro j grams, niusic. I<m turev. No end of good times! Good food, comfortable; i room w swimming, row ing, games. “Who may come? Y% u and your! friend-. The age limit has been s I it fourteen, hi ause it ha*- been proved that those urehr thn do n... get the real her. 'it ll*,e W. (’. T. F purposes in this annual camp. If you I have a friend under fourteen, get some adult to recommend her am! ; send in her application. It is not tin intention to shut out anyone who ib* ; sires to at tend for the good that i : in it. “All W. C. T. F. members are wel come—except invalids. While it i distinctly understood that the ramp is for girls and voting women, since there is room for many a general in vitation is given and a urogram ar ranged for adults. No special invita tions or enrollment blank \* r ll ! • sent out. “Ten dollars is the charge for Hu ten days. That amount covers room, hoard, • lasses. Send S2.TMI at. once tor your reservation to Mrs. Ada F. j Hunter. Winter Park. Fla. P.ring with veil towels, pillow* slips, sheets 'for single beds, a blanket, and paper | napkins for the thirty meals. Tin* first meal will Ic* served Tum dav night. Jura* (5. and tin* last one will he lunch on Fridav the 115th. i “Thursday. .Imp* Kith, will he Hu* I tlnrd annual convention of Hie Young: People’s I’rancli of the Florida W. F. T. F. “Mi s Minnie F. Neal. presiil*nt of j the \\'. F. T. F.. will have general 'direction of the Camp and ‘promote the genera! welfare.*" For every purpose for which a lini merit is usually applied the modem remedy. Liquid Roro/one. will do lit** work more quickly, more thoroughh i and more pleasantly. Price title. Sold jby all druggists. ‘MAY J\wi2 XT.. . . . * THURSDAY New Casino SATURDAY THE BIG EVENT OF THE SUMMER SEASON Jt- M jßp ' ' v>.„ J” i Y . >r.cstnft w,,h " A. flaming romance as only the author of " ! iiree Weeks' conic! write it; as only Glorious Gloria, with dashing Roclolph Valentino olaymg the lover, could make it live in all its ardent splendor. Ihe story of a passionate young heart, bound hv society’s conven tion. struggling and risking all for happmess of gay nights of rev elry in the Paris world of fashion of tingling adventure on the snow-clac! crags of the Alps of intrigue and (ocruetiy in the gilded resorts of 1 .ondon high society. Never before have such lavish settings, such dramatic love scenes, such spectacular adventure been seen upon the screen. I lie love-drama with all the thrills and luxury of a lifetime) The one picture you’ll never forget! SHOWS START DAILY 2:30, 4:30 7:30, 9:00 EAT AND DRINK “Southland” Grapefruit Products For their Vitamines, Sweetness, Palatableness, and High Food Values “SOUTHLAND” Sweet Grapefruit Jam Made from tree ripened, fan cy yellow grapefruit, care fully selected and washed. All bitterness is removed by our own process, after which the fruit is cooked with pure cane sugar, malting it de lightifully palatable. Large 8-oz. pltg. lAC 20c value “SOUTHLAND” Grapefruit Punch Makes the luost delightful punch by simply adding water. One (|uart will serve tlf'y guests Quart buttle, QO Gallon bottle, (P 9CA each For sale at all grocery and drug stores or at factory. Added Attraction BUSTER KEATON in - “THE PALEFACE” A great comedy “SOUTHLAND” Grapefruit Juice A popular five and ten-cent Pl'ltli FRUIT drink. A thirst quencher uuequuled. Sold at all drink stands or 24 5c bottles delivered to your home for sl. Also put up tu quart and pint bottles for sale in grocery and drug stores. Pint bottle, 9CC each Quart bottle, /[CC each “SOUTHLAND” STRAWBERRY JAM Made from fancy home-grmvn berries “■ S-oz. package, each 10c lfi-oz. 1 package, each -0c SOUTHLAND CITRUS PRODUCTS CO., Lakeland, Fla. PRICES Matinee, i > anti 35c. Night. . .Z ) anti 50c. “SOUTHLAND” Sweet Grapefruit Candy Anew and delightful citrus fruit confection used as an alter dinner candy or for parties nr receptions It has a super-taste all its own, also acts as a tonic and ap petizer. Put up in sanitary CC packages to retail at ** Also in %, 1 jnd 2-lb pkjen.