EIGHT THE TAMPA MORNING TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JUNE 37, rgieX Tribune Real Estate Ads. will ren your houses or sell your property at the profit limit. Tribune Real Estate Ads. contain ' the very cream of realty bargains ' inland around Tampa. Sticcessfal Meal Estate Dealers Use Tribeee Ms ' . - - : : : : : i ' ' ' : 6 FLORIDA STATE NEWS OF INTEREST COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS MANY'VIKTOftS JN OCA LA ON VARIOUS ERRANDS. Several Ladies and Gentlemen Leave) For Summer Trip Other General .. News and Goeeip. " OCA LA. June - 2. (Special). The Democratic Executive Committee for Marion County met at th court house yesterday to recommend to the Gov rnor a suitableDperson to succeed the late E. T. Williams as registration of fleer. The following: name were placed In nomination: T. IX Lancas ter and Leonard Dosier, of Ocala; W. P. Raw, of Biitchton. S. J. McCulIy. or enin ana u. t. Hick son, of.Mc Intosh. t After jome balloting the name of oen. T. IX Lancaster wn uiunimam. ly recommended to the Governor to nil Mr. imams unexpired term. The name of E. F. Vaughn was -recommended for Justice vof the pac In district .No. 3 to succeed J. K. Mizon, Albert Davis, of Jacksonville, has moved to Ocala to reside and tomor row will open a produce store In South Magnolia street and Fort Kins; ave Hue. He will deal in all kinds of coun try produce. I Among the large number of visitors In Ocala yesterday were the follow log; Mew. J. W. Stevens, of Fort -Md oy. D. A. Clark, of Mortel; W. M G1t. of Mcintosh: A. Ineson. of Ca- "'! and Sumraerfield; J. A. Perkins. 01 enaay; c. r. iiaycraft. of Fellowship: W. JJ. Willis, of Biitchton; B. 1. Freym.mth. of Mortel; A. A. Graham, of Connor, and Miss Whitehead, of Kendrick. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. II. A. Ford gave a. lovely little tea In honor of her daughter. Mrs. R T. Btrdsey and Mrs. Maggie Birsey Rowell, of Macon. Ua. The afternoon was a very pleasant one and Mrs. Ford entertained her guests on the lawn. Ice cream and cake was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Birdsey and Miss Iorothy Schrelber and Miss Gladys Drake. Mrs. Ford's guests yesterday were the following ladles: Mrs. Bird-sey. Mrs. Rowell. Miss Stotesbury. Mrs. G. K. Robinson. Mis Ethel Robinson. Mrs. W. W. Harriss. Mrs. Frank Harris.. Mrs. Rheinauer,4 Mrs. Schreiber, Mrs. William Anderson. Miss Abbie Munroe. Mrs. C. H. Gamsby. Misses Kate and Minnie Gamsby. Sue Barco. Mrs. Munroe. Mrs. Smith. Mj-s. J. T. Lancaster. Mrs. Frank Drake, Mrs. Weathers. Miss Weathers. Miss Jew-ett and Mrs. Sandford Jewett. At three o'clock this morning the building formerly used as tne depot yr tbe old Silver Springs Railway line was destroyed, by fire. The house was unoccupied. r The following Ocala people will 4ave next week for their summer trips: Mrs. Jack Camp and children Will go to Ashevllle. X. C for the jmmer: Mr. W. L. Jewett and Miss Netta Jewett will go to Winston-Salem and Wilmington. N. C. ; Miss Etnel .Robinson will go to Massachusetts. Maine and New Hampshire for twe summer; Mrs W. T. Gary and cnlldren will go oto Biark Mountain. N. C-for fie summer, and Miss Byrd Wartman will go to Boston. Mass., for the summer. - Mrs. Roland Marsh, of Panasoffkee. Is visiting relatives in Ocala.. .t. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tonge are spending several days with the latter parents In Jacksonville. MrsT Mary. Dodge MadJex. is visiting her brothers In Jacksonville. - - Mrs., M. C. .Norwood Is o na visit to her sister in Jacksonville. Ocala is shortly to have a big five and ten cent store opened In the building just' vacated by "Jake Klein. , Dr. Chac aniDr. Blalack have returned home fr ifrii the dental association In St.- Augustine. ' Kenneth Clark, of Tampa. Is spending Sunday with Ocala relatives. Mrs. Detnpsy B. Mayo and baby will go to Summerfield soon to Join Mr. Mayo. He has Just finished building a nice little home at thai place. The Baptist Sewing Circle will hold a. "shower" tomorrow afternoon at the church for the Baptist Orphanage at Arcadia, v. Mrs.- J. II. Willis and children will arrive in Ocala today from Qulncy to i&in Dr. Willis, and' they, will make Ocala their home. - Dr. WJills has rented Mrs. W. H. Powers residence on Watula street, and they will move Into ft on Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. K K Scott went down to Clearwater yesterday to spend a cotiple of days. Judge W. S.k Bullock Is spending today at Weklwa Springs. - Mrs; L. James Knight and children are havlnr a delightful visit with rel atives lnv Gainesville. JOPRJNGL 0 PRIMS G8St!s Sprfnc SeatO IHi eke les stag It, M m Sw (mi ktoes la ymt ejritaa (MtMtSMv Htit ( lotll, t- UkOlEI. MICMJII. LITCIfl. IKPTtSflf. It.. ee T- tm It -sa l s : TAKE SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR t Is e iw im. iwW iw ea MtHlM trttwe aM hwt- inaai lift liiuliin ( sn Best Blood Purifier ASK GRAND MA u siiEanovs iH SUPERINTENDENT TO ATTENDCONVENTION NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION IN BOSTON. Hss Been Leading Strenuous Life For Past Few Mentha, Making Canvass of Entire State. TALLAHASSEE. FU-, June 26. (Special). State Superintendent of Publlo Instruction. Hon. W. M. Hollo-way, leaves this afternoon for Jack sonville en route to the meeting of the National Educational Association held in Boston next week. Mr. Holloway will leave Jacksonville Monday' afternoon at 4 o'clock, taking the trip by the Merchants and Mines' Steamship Company's route to Baltimore and thence to Boston. He will be accompanied by his talented daughter. Miss Omera Holloway, who has made a record. at the State College for Women as a student that is unprecedented among the high averages won by Florida girls at that institution. She will be a member, of the senior class next fall and will graduate next June with high honors. In her thirst for knowledge the young lady takes after her distinguished father, who is himself aa educator and one of the vice presidents of the National Educational Association, having been elected to this office at the meeting of the association in Denver last year. "It was a sucessful meeting then." says Mr. Holloway. "but this meeting Is expected la eclipse any other in the history of too organisation, even that held in Boston seven years ago in 1903, when 40.000 men and women were registered as attending. That was a record-breaker and this one is expected to be a greater one also." The National Educational Association is the greatest gathering of educators in the' world, at which meeting every phase of education will be represented. The meeting was to have been held In San Francisco but Boston was later selected as being in closer touch to the majority of teachers and educators who would attend if it were this near. It is Very likely that the convention will decide to hold their next meeting- In San Francisco next June. State Superintendent Holloway has been leading a strenuous life of it for the past several months. He has Just completed a canvass of the forty-five counties of the State, under the auspices of the Conference for Education in Florida, in order to bring about a greater enthusiasm for the work of educating the youth of the State. In addition to this he has attended the meeting of the Southern Educational Association, held in Charlotte. N. C tie was present at the meeting of the Department of Superintendent at Indianapolis, and at the conference for Education in the South, held in Little rviKk. ami was largely instrumental In securing for Floridta the next meeting of this conference. Within, the last month Mr. Holloway has made a visit to Cuba in order to make a thoroush investigation of the educational system of the island. His work has been most satisfactory as a State Superintendent and the people should appreciate the good service he has given them. DEMOCRATIC EDITORS Of Indiana Wouldn't Nibble at Trouble . Bait of the Republican. FRENCH LICK. Ind.. June 26 The effort of the Republican press and State organisation to draw the Democratic editors and John W. Kern, nominee for the United States Senate, into a controversy over Kern's charges that legislators were bribed to vote against him failed today. The editors said nothing regarding the matter, nor did Kern In hie speech at the banquet tonight. Kern spoke the following in conclusion: - "I may add that my plan of campaign will be outlined and carried forward according to my own Judgment, and that at no stage of the contest will I yermit It to be fashioned in any degree by the Republican newspapers of Indiana, no matter how exalted the J source from which they draw their inspiration." This sentiment was received with enthusiasm. Kern spoke of the fine victory of the Democrats two years sgo in Indiana He eulogised Governor Marshall, arousing entbualasm by mentioning him for President. He paid Senator Shlvely a very high tribute. "And I stop to say here." said Kern." "that since the hour of his election I have never failed whatever opportunity offered to express my appreciation of the character of the man." Resolutions laudatory of Marshall. Shlvely and Kern were adopted by the editors, who pledged themselves to do 'everything honorable they can to elect Kern. . The editors Indorsed National Commit, teeman Taggart with friendly enthusiasm and praised him for his hospitality. They refrained from discussion of party issues. PAY WARRNTS Fee Oklahoma Were Issued From Guthrie Uncle Sam May Act. GUTHRIE kla...Junw 26 Followtnr the decision of Federal Judge Ralph Campbell, dismissing Guthrie's petition for an injunction to prevent tfie removal of books and records- of the state from Guthrie to Oklahoma City. Attorney-General Weet advised the various state officers that. It would he best for them to resume transaction of official business. Consequently the financial end of the State government got tinder way here gain this morning and 'dtate Auditor Trap and Treasurer Jtm Menefee Issued and paid warrants today. The Attorney-General, gathered , from Camvbeil's decision that the Conrts would prebably sustain the binding effect of the enabling act. It s stronglv Intimated tonight that the United States will Institute sctlon te enforce fulfillment of the compart in the enabling art. locating the capital at Guthrie until J1S. . i I .Tun" Pnrford. counsel for Guthrie, hss left for Washington to confer with At -trnev-General Wlckersham relative to the Oklahoma enabling act being vio- MASONS CELEBRATE WITH GREAT PICNIC WORTHINGTON SPRINGS SCENE . OF HAPPY OUTING Many Speeches Delivered and Other Interesting Features On Program General News . Gossip WORTHINGTON. June 26. (Spe cial.) On June 24 the Masonic frater nity celebrated St. John's Day by a monster picnic at this place. Seventeen lodges were represented by a large number of brothers and their families and a large crowd of those not members were present. The exercises were under the auspices of Worthington Lodge, U. D.. and as that lodge was only organized June 16, they had but a few days to prepare. The order, of exercises was first opening the lodge with W. Lake as worshipful master. J. C. Boyd, of Raiford lodge, as senior warden, Hon. H. C. Peoples, of Lake Butler Lodge, as Junior warden, w. P. Webster, of Tampa Lodge, as chaplain. . The lodge proceeded to the Springs and the orator of the day was introduced by W. Lake in a few well chosen words, showing why we celebrate June 24. The oration of Brother Webster was listened to by the craftsmen assembled with rapt attention. The lodge then returned. to the lodge room and closed the lodge, after which dinner was served. Bathing, dancing and other amusements occupied the aTter-noon. Dr. Edwin Southers, who was billed for the afternoon address, was unable to attend. - Among the distinguished Masons present were: W. P. Webster, grand secretary of the Grand Lodge of Florida; I. E. AVebster and W. Lake, district deputy grand masters: Hon. M. L. McKinney and Hon. H. C. Pee-ples. past D. D. G. M.: J. C. Williams, master of Providence Lodge; J. C. Byrd, master of Raiford Lodge; D. J. Byrd, master of Pine Hill Lodge. A large number of past masters and others distinguished in Masonic life. There was not a disturbing: element Hnrlnr the dav. - Worthington is an Ideal place for anything of yils nature. The citizens hospitable to a fault. The Spring is magnificent and strongly impregnated with sulphur, affords ample bathing facilities and under the able management of Ira Iamb is kept in a first class manner. There Is no reason why any one should go .elsewhere for a summer outing when all the requirements are here. No mpsquitoes, fine shade right In the midst of where melons, vegetables, chickens, fresh milk and all else tomake ife pleasnt are found in abundance. . , The hotel is large, verandas wide, the table well filled with food fresh from the garden, the poultry yard, the butcher shop, the milk and butter fresh, etc. Among the many here a few of the business houses are B. M. Levette A Co., general merchandise. Brother Leverette is a wholesouled, generous public-spirited citizen. J. W. Hatcher & Co. occupy the next store and Brother Hatcher is certainly a 'very busy man. A real estate man, livery stable, a promoter of Zlon City as well as his mercantile interests, gives him a strenuous life. N. J. Parrish. in his photographic work, finds plenty to keep him busy but like many others could do a little more. He has a fine collection of views of this locality. Miss Sarah E. Dukes is in the general merchandise business. She is also assistant postmaster and is amply qualified for the business, having: had several years of experience. She is now applying for the position of postmaster and has the hacking of nearly the entire business interests of this place. . J. XI. Stephens, in general merchandise, is doing a good business and as he is a hustler, success follows. W. H. Douglass certainly runs : a first class butcher marnet as well as other marketable edibles. Dr. W. E. Middleton has a drug: store replete with all the necessary supplies. , W. D. Carter has just completed an up to date machine shop sjid thus fills a much needed want. Of the sawmills. Wolenden & Co. have a very extensive plant not only in sawing but in shingle, veneer, etc. J. J. Cox Is also doing well in the mill business and finds plenty to do in that line. jEstep & Leverett are busy merv, in tnrlrg trees into lumber and are quite successful. T. F. Lamb. who controls the Springs, owns a large amount of real estate here and is ready to supply desirable building lots to any one who wish to build. Worthington Springs is in the southwest part of Bradford county and Is surrounded by some of the finest lands of Florida. S. B. Stephens, northwest of town, has the largest farm and finest and largest melon patch as well as truck garden to be found in any interior place in Florida. The fine condition of his crops show the excellent fertility of the soil. Just across the river In Alachua county Is the model farm of Brother Barry for fine crops of cotton, corn and other products it excels, for well tilled fields, neat fences and no weeds. This farm ranks with the best as the handiwork of a thorough farmer: it is well to take off the hat and bow to such farmers as our friend, Joe H. Barry. Zion City. Just over In Alachua county, has been laid out and platted by J. W. Hatcher and Is intended for colored people only; it is high and dry and healthy ad hss a sprlrr of the same quality of the famous Worthington Spring. A large number of lots have been sold and many of the better class of celored people are settling there. In Worthington a large number of i)w houses have been built and others ax being buUC PORT TAMPA CITY NEWS By C. PORT TAMPA CITT, June 26 Special.) The ladies spent a very pleasant time yesterday afternoon at a church social held at the home of Mr. G. P. Anderson. Those at the social were Mrs. Miller, Mrs. McMaster of Tampa, Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Bissett, Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Moody. Mrs. Green, Mrs. Carey, Miss Marie Patten of Tampa, Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Decker. The ladies enjoyed muc hfun in a button-sewing contest, in which a prize was offered to the lad ythat could sew on the greatest number of buttons ' in five minutes time. Miss Marie Patten won the prize. Mrs. Miller read a very interesting article on the "Problem of Servants," which, was pleasing to all. After the ladles spent an hour in the interst of the church society, refreshments were served, which added much to the enjoyment of the evening. ?The steamer Olivette arrived this af NORTHERN PEOPLE COME TO BUY EVERGLADE LAND Visitors Pouring Into Miami Keep Business Stirring Many Matters of Interest Detailed. MIAMI, June 26. (Special.) There is a steady flow of people from the Northwest arriving here, investigating the Everglades proposition. The latest arrivals are a party under the management of C. G. Prought. of Kansas City. The party are registered at the Green Tree Inn, and are enthusiastic over the Everglade proposition. The party is made up of Manager C. G. Prought, Kansas City; A. W. Stephenson, Stillwater, Okla.; J. C. Dazey, Guthrie, Okla.; Mrs. John Foster, Miss Etta Larner, Miss Sarah Davis, Miss M. J. Harvey, of Cushing, Okla.; Mrs. E. L. Simpson, Moberly, N. M.; J. W. Means, Stillwater, Okla.; W. T. Col-kins, Cleburne, Texas; James W. Wilson, Cowgall, Mo.; P. H. Bran well, Glencoe, Okla. Since their arrival the weather has been very unfavorable for investigating the Glades or any other part of the country, as it has been raining almost continually during the day, with right sharp showers thrown in during the night. The streams from the Everglades are gradually rising, with the prospect of more rain, which will probably continue for some time. It looks now as though the real rainy season has set in. The party is very much delighted with what they have had the opportunity of seeing, and it is probable many of them will make Investments. HEAVY LOSS Caused " Promoters Who Have Abandoned Frisco Arena. ' SAN FRANSCICO. Cal.. .Tune 2fi Managers of the Jeffries-Johnson tight claim that they have been put to tremendous loss by the action of Governor James N. Gillett, of California, who served notice upon Tex Rickard and Jack Glepon, the fight promoters, that the State militia vould take charge of the ring if the fight were attempted, and that the promoters and prize fighters, Jeffries and Johnson, and their seconds, would be hustled to prison in the "hurry-up" wagon. Among the expenses to wmch Promoter Tex Rickard was put was the building of the arena at Eighth and Market streets, San Francisco. Save for the timber, whicn can lie sold s .., -' ond hand, the arena represents a dead loss. It would nave had, when fully completed, a seating capacity for 60.- 000. The lumber so far pui. into the arena cost Rickard a cool 0,000. 'in.-labor in building the "colossal arena" to its present stage of completion cost $7,500, and the rent of the site for the Fourth of July fight cost $2,700. The building of the arena, however, does not represent their greatest loss, the promoters claim. Thousands of dollars' worth of reservations for seats have been canceled, and seven excursions of special trains were called off on the second day of . the' Governor's stand. Six special steamers to bring sports enthusiasts from Puget Sound and Canada to San Francisco have canceled their engagements. The Pullman Company, which was besieged with reservations for seats, has received concellations by the thousands. The fact that the arena to be built in Reno will have a seating capacity of but 25,000 people as against the seating capacity of 60,000 provided by the San Francisco arena, shows the difference in the money which will be recorded by the gate receipts. More than $650,000 was in sight for admissions up to the time ' Governor Gillett made known his decision, the managers claim. To hold the fight in Reno will porbably cut down the admission one third. Besides this the Hotel capacity of Reno is limited, as is also the train capacity. The railroads alone figure that they have lost $1,000,000 by Governor Gilletfs decision. Reno cannot handle the big crowd that would have come to .San Francisco. The San Francisco hotels, saloons and sporting intersts have rais a big howl against the action of the Gov? ernor. They claim that, inasmuch thousands of dollars have been spent to prepare for the flgh the Governor should have made known his decision earlier. Governor Gillett, however, has been as firm, as adamant.. No argu-' ments have served 'to move him and the churches of the city are standing behind him in his position. The arena for the proposed Jeffries-Johnson fight is not tne only arena that will be discarded. Promoter Louis Blot, who built an arena for the Lang-ford-Kautman fight, has also a huge assortment of old Junk on his hands in the shape of the colossal, stupendous and useless arena, where , he had.pro-Dosed to stage the big heavy weisrht and the black tiger in their supreme fistic argument. . Governor Gillett stated that the 'fight, could not be held in California because It is a prize fight, and as such is prohibited by Section 4112 of the Penal Code of California. Tex Rickard and Jack Gleason. financial promoters of the fight, claimed that it would not be unlawful, for the reason that it! would not be a prize fight, but a ring match xt boxing contest for a Sclieu-uled number of rounds, which is permitted under the California law. "You'll have to show me," said the Governor, and he threatened to call in B. Jones. ternoon from Cuba with about two hundred passengers and a heavy cargo of freight. Captain Alden reports a very pleasant voyage. , A Jolly crowd of young folk spent a delightful time last evening on the beach near Port Tampa City, bathing. Those in the party were Misses Lu? enda and Minnie DeShung, Misses Wil-helmina and Annie Moody, Miss Ethel Booth of St Petersburg, Mr. McAllis ter, F. A. Bissett, C. B. Jones, W. I. Williams. Mr. and , Mrs. Freeman and Mrs. J. M. Wallace chaperoned th,e party. , Mrs. Widmann returns to her home in St. Augustine tonight, after spending a pleasant visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Crabtree, and family. Mrs. Crabtree, her son James, and daughter Dorothy will have the pleasure of going with Mrs, Widmann to St. Augustine, whero they will spend about a month, visiting relatives and friends. the State troops. In fact, he even had the troops in readiness. That ended the argument. MORGAN SAILS The steamer Morgan sails to New Orleans direct Tuesday morning, June 28. at 9 o'clock, v Round trip, $25. One way. $15.. NEW TRIAL FOR GREEK. Carl Doerler, recently acquitted of the murder of George Bravaldo, was in the city from Tarpon Springs yesterday, making arrangements for the prosecution in the case of the . Greek who is alleged to have attempted to criminally assault his . little . girl several months ago. The Greek was recently convicted, but has been granted a ned trial. - , A WAY OPEN Many a Tampa Reader Knows it Well There is a way open to convince the greatest skeptic. Scores of Tampa people have made It possible. iThe pub lic statement or tneir experience l proof the like of which has never been produced before in Tampa. Read tne case of it given by a citizen: A. C. Rodriguez, 1026 Seventh ave nue, "Tampa, Fla., says: "I have had no occasion to use Doan's Kidney Pills in late years but have as much confidence in them as ever and am glad to confirm the public statement I have previously given in their fa vor. A severe backache v caused me great suffering for years and there was a constant dull pain across my loins, particularly acute at night. The kidney secretions also contained a sediment and were too frequent in passage. I used a physician's medicine and alro tried several other preparations but to no avail. Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills advertised, I procured a box at the Hutchlnson-Cotter Drug Co. and was gratified with the bene-backache had ceased and the kidney secretions were restored to a natural condition." '' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New Tork, sole agents for the United States. t Remember the name Da&n's and take no other. - t t I ! t t I'M ! -M-f"W-M- IRON FENCE ChUftrt 'iHaH WOOD We have a line of the most - up-to-date and attractive iroa Fences ever sevn in the South. Let us show you the variety f dealgas In Iron Fences. Flower . rases. Settees, eta. The lost prices will surprise you. . All kinds of Monumental work. '. Bpeclal orders given prompt at- .. tentlon. TAMPA MONUMENTAL work. . 1 :: Offlcei S10 Curry Building. X ri 1 1 i I jef . .$600.00 'cash buys a four- room house, pay 13 per cent. ; 217 American Nat. Bank Building W.N. JACKSON, ; 217 Amer. Nat. Bank Bid. Phone 473 " REAL ESTATE BARGAINS 34 acres land, 9 acres In cultivation, 4 acres very fine orange and grape fruit trees with irigating plant, plenty of water, splendid vegetable . land houce and good ' barn, good timber. This is something that will suit you, at a bargain. Better see it now. 0 acres land several acres in cultivation, one house and barn. 75 large bearing tangerine, orange and grapefruit trees; thene are extra 'fine trees, right in lake region. 3-4 mile from station on railroad;' the present crop worth .five hundred dollars. Several different kinds fruit trees. Call and I will tell you all about It. A line lousiness lot in heart of city, sise 105x105, corner, good improvements, rents amount to over $100.00 per month and a)wayn rented, plenty room for two more large business houses; this is fine, proposition: call and see me, I will show you and give you low price. Also several residence lots on Nebraska avenue at a bargain. Just outside city. 25 acres of very fine farming land, clay subsoil; good for Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn, cane, watermelons . or strawberries; one house, good water; on car line; 4 1-2 miles from Tampa. If you , want something good call and see me. 36. acres land, one new house, half mile from Dover, half mile from Rock road, 4 miles from Plant City. Price $500.00 for the 36 .acres and house. Better see this now. E. W. PIERCE. Room 316 American Sank Bids Phone 143, $1,000,000.00 to Buv Momeo A nd to Pay Off Mortgages ; - i Til ,jiiif'"'-fii';i W. R. Mler & Tampa, Fla. Wholesale Building Material, Brick, Lime, Cement,. Crate Material, Orange Wraps, Crate Nails, Phones 207-21 7 101-105 Water St Florida : Garden Lands. ; Fine truck and fruit lands In five or more acres at $40.00 an acre. Large Lots In ' Garden City,' the Townslte. at $25.00 and $50.00 each, easy terms; located , eight miles south of Tampa on the - bay and Roosevelt River; ten miles by good road by land. For maps and full Information call on or write W. D. Davis, Hampton Building, Tamp. Fla.. - BERNARD BECKING Landscape Gardener , Planting , plans furnished ; private places laid out, . renovated and cared for. Parks, Cemeteries. Charges moderate. Correspondence solicited, 2o8 Edison Ave., - - ; ; TAMPA, FLA. 6-i-imo Co 2y2 and 5 Acre Tracts North, just outside of city limits, 16 2 1-2 acre lots. ' Never been offered but will no wbe sold on Tirms. Near car and hard road, (near Nebraska avenue). Much nearer center of city than anything else in acreage that is offered, and much cheaper. And there are no prettier or more convenient locations for a home, grove and garden. Remember there is only 16 lots. The values are bound to advance. y ON EASY TERMS. ' . 4 5-room house, large lot, nice residence district, $1600. $200 cash, balance easy. It will make you a nice home. v , J. M. BAKER American National Bank Bldg. tftW 0 UQsidl si DUnDme Hid TTsiUse Met? TTas" 4 -V That little . "IF" so frequently: "delays the "young man's plans, even though he has found "THE GIRL"and she is. willing. , "j : , :':. ' :'! - ' . . ' r RIGHT NOW. is the time to start in and get the home: M'aybe you haven't found the girl yet,' but if you prepare the home , the girj will show up all right. ' . ;We have choice properties in and around Tampa, improved and unimproved. WE HAVE JUST WHAT WILL SUIT YOU, and the terms, well, we can get together on that, if . you, Avill call at our office and talk the- matter over with' us. . Had you ever thought of "WESTWEGO" ? No. . - You have been sleeping on your rights. There's the ideal location for a home, having every advantage that could be de-, sired. - ' V.-'. ,; , ' We want to take you to "WESTWEGO." j. "JepafsjssseBBaBaswBBesasasasasBBsses We make loans anywhere In the state, charge only S per cent interest on yearly balances, let you pay it bacl,' in small monthly payments, , allow six months rrace in case of adverse clrcurastanocs. Can pay o"f the loan at any tt-ne stopping future interest i?,.- ; ,. Wil you iet 29 cents a day tan l-eUvecn you tad a home? 4 The Standard Home Co. Phone 82 " S11- Curry Bid tfOR RENT TAMPA HEIGHTS 1 V -room house, all conveniences. S I -room houses, all conveniences. t 6 -room houses. t 7 -room houses, all Improvements. C -room flat on Piatt street; all' m provements. ' ' i ' - TAMPA . Large warehouse oi river front. 2 Fine Stores on Franklin street. HYDE TARK Bulgrave Court, Hyde Park avenue 1 S-room flat; all Improvements, 2 6 -room houses, all Improvement 2 5 -room houses. 1 T-roorn house. all Improvements jtl C-room house, all Improvements. 1 Flat, furnished complete, on Hydft Park avenue; vacated on June L. WE8T HYDE PARK S (room bouses, all improyementa, 1 ft -room house, all improvements, ft -room 2-story house. ' - BOULEVARD I sew 8 -room house, all Improvements C-room. 2-story bouse, furnished, with ' large . lot. ' . - '-.': . Apply to VV. E. PORCH ESTER Rooms S and ft Jackson Block. Cornel Twiggs ana Yank!in Strata, Phone SOS B. M. SULLIVAN Civil En cineer . . " ' v Municipal work, land surveys, drainage, etc. Drawing, tracing, mapping, electric blue print machine. " Room 12 Campbell Bldg P. O. Box 69$ Train Loads ot Flour PILLSBURY (BAKER'ST FLOUR, COOPER'S FAVORITE FLOUR, OBELISK FLOUR. QUAKER CITY FLOUR. All Sixes and at Prices te suit you vents. . WRITE OR TELEPHONE. Cooper Grocery Co. Tampa, Fla. 'Phone 143. 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