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First Cattle Dipped Thursday In
Community Vat At Hopewell Don't forget f Fifty-Six Head of Large Beef Stick Took Plunge Into Fluid Which ' Will Clean Ticks From j Their Hides BELY ON YOURSELF riant City. "Nov. IS. The communi ty dipping vat in the Hopewell sec- j This sound advice is from The Gal vestou News: Young man, do not depend upon others to tail, up something for. you tion was completed this week, and ,0 IiDd you "?loyment or opportun- the initial demonstration occurred " . vuaU w, ,ur.eu. ine Thursday morning, when fifty-six head ab"ity t0 tak tare of yurself this of large beef cattle took the plunge point ls .tne most valuable jiart of that was destined to rid them of the one 8 trainilg." tjck i Writing along this line, The Safety The cattle dipped Thursday be- Harbor. Herald longed to Dwight L. Crum. He stated "Self reIiance la a flne When that the stock showed but slight im- one getfl to the Plnt that be annot provement latel, although he had them re,y upon himself' how can he exPe on ean fields. The slowness which others t0 reIy uPn h,m Then one characterized their fattening progress of very needful things for a .young led him to believe the ticks were the man t0 learn ,8 t0 be self relIant' source of trouble, and it is believed otherwlae he may have a rather that the dipping will be of great ben- ruS6ed road t0 travel- " h ' con- efit. Some of the cattle appeared al- fldent of his abiUtv t0 do whatever most free of large ticks, but there devo,ve8 uPn hlm he has won half were a number in the heard which the hattle- IM .approaches the task were Utterly covered with the great- :th dread and apprehension that he est enemy that confronts the live- mav not measure up to the respon- stock industry. sibiUty resting upon him- he may 8UC" The vat was slightly damaged dur- ceed aHd he mav Therefore, in ing the initial dipping, a number of beginning your career, young man. the more obstinate steers kicking be self reliant: try to feel withll you with such force that the foundation at that u are caPable r Performing .u ku Thia .inmnn. the duties that fall to you. And re- strated that the concrete should be member the old adage that 'if at cast thicker at the point from which first yu dn't succeed, try again.' the plunge is taken, since the animal Failure is l failure until you give exhibits little resistence except at the UP the fight. One may not succeed in base of the incline. They leave the i " effort, but as long as he vat in rapid order, and as a rule do continues to try he can be classed not slacken the pace until well away amS the failures, from the scene. "ETea as 'falnt heart ne'er won fair It. T. Kelly, county agent for farm- lady- 8 also it is true that faint heart ',. r..n0rntiv Hpmnnstrntton work. "ever won pronounced success in A J vLM after every meal LEXINGTON, KY., NAN SAYS HIS MUSCLES WERE TIED IN KIT That Is Exactly the Way J. F. Hoi- ley Says His Rheumatism Ated. jOcalaMan Te lls ! Of Ammunition i ,.,oa nroaont otirt naniatpd Mr. Crum lne- nose wn succeea uo so, Mienm,a,tfRm. The doctors sairt I snf and those with him. The cattle are not on account of their luck, but n fered from what ls taown a muscll. even higher than the top of the tree. series of reminiscences of his exper iences in the Civil War to the Ocala Star, and commenting on an engage- jment in which he participated, he tells of the tremendous amount of am This is the first medicine I have unition used in battle compared with ever taken that really does just what the number of fatalities: they say it will do." said J. F. Hoi-! "To illustrate how wild and aimless ley, a well-known Lexington, Ky., firing is often done in battle, I will man . relate what took nlace in this fight while the battle was raging and the firing fiercest. There was a tall pine tree standing just on the inside of the line of fortifications, and my atten tion be attracted in that direction I noticed that the balls coming from the enemy's rifles were cutting the pine needles and cones from the very top of the tree, and knocking the barq off ail the way down as low as the breastworks, and it is reasonable to suppose that thousands of them went c.ij. nf flfo nr rattle whila ma thpmnHotaim , open neiu; uu ouuuu ui - v.... vaicuiate on: of drum, or bugle blasts ring out per where a ton of shapnel will Wlf ' through the sulphurous" air while the down when tho mechanic pushes ai ' mttiA nf musketry and the shouts of button: men dying in ditrho- J : Needed In Battle the hosts of chivalric and heroic men out a chance for their lives. .0,tt rush on to victor or the grave. Noth- is not war; it is a butcher's slaugt-f ' ' ing like that over there where greasy house. No, knighthood is not jn jt,r ' i Major L. T. Islar is contributing a mecnanica 0n guns and push buttons, er over there in these day. ,( "I haven't felt like a well man fcr ten weeks past and my whole system seemed to be run-down and debili tated. I could not sleep at night and I would feel just as tired in the morn ing as I did upon going to bed nf night. My digestion became affected and I couldn't eat. Attacks of head ache were frequent and my nervous system seemed to be all disordered . "My wcrse trouble, however, wp.s The Silver Palace Lakeland1 s Exclusive 4 U Jo in Ice Cream Candy and Cigar Shop lar rheumatism. My muscles seemed as if they were tied up in a knot I couldn't use my right arm and At the time of this incident the two lines of battle were not more than a hundred yards apart. I had often wondered why many more men were not killed and wounded than are when there was such continued and terrific firing going on, but the mystery was cleared on that day; that is to a cer- from the bath and freer of ticks, feels of determination to overcome difflcul-; havent been able to do ,n year9 My tain extent, for I do not believe that that life is worth living. ties that beset one. For the fact rheumatl8m l9 al, fone and , feeI veteran trooP" " so excitedly and Quite a number attended the dip- should not be overlooked that difflcul- 6trong aod bulu up , every way wildly as Butler s troops did that day, ... i, a it nH ties loom ud along the pathway of T ..v and yet- when one compares the num- Jung jcoiciuoj v - tm VL wen man niiu x uci itnuijr tiiainv t ...,.. , , , im ui uuis ureu ill not permitted to graze after tamer- account of their pluck, their ambition sion until they dry off, the solution ana their determination to ao so. containing arsenate and other ingred- "Many a young man has started out 1 IK. -.1.1. -. t-l I i LI. ients which are not conducive to ' omy uau nran m ma j waa jugt about heiples8. somebody their well-being if taken internally. work. and the is;:It han been that j per8Uaded me fa try Tanlac and I grot However, all material trace of the so- he has not achieved success. He hasjft bottle of that medicine. Tanlac is lution passes in a remarkably short laid it to hard luck when, In fact, lcertalnly making a new man out of time, after which the animal, fresh it was lack of pluck on his part, lack.me j can now glee)p and eat ,ike Order your Ice Creams or Sherbets from us. The most delicious Dessert you can serve. I OK f Th fuc '.J f coo fwai bee ; Thi cooJ Phone 36.1 J. B. Wlffodward, another Lexing- the consensus of opinion that the vat life, and they must be fought heroic- -he fHend who BUggested my usln will be of inestimable benefit to the any at times, otnerwise aeieat W1 ,thi8 remarkabie medicine stockmen. It is understood that Bev" come- Tnere are Iew difficulties that eral vats will be constructed in this beset one which cannot be overcome, section within a few months, and with But they must bejought tirelessly, proper co-operation the farmers and "And 'at the start is the time to r-nHiomon run nnnn rid this nart of place reliance in one-self. The any battle wiCh the number of casualties inflicted, we find by a simple rule of arithmetic that. therA nrp nhnnf 9QQ mlisoa try nno ton man. who lives at 256 Rand ave- ..... ., hit. For instance say 6,000 men are nue, that city, said "I suffered from stomach trouble, the state of the tick. sooner one forgets his dependence up- (rheumatism and neuralgia for years. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS on otherers the better it is for him. I I Aa Intiff na Ana Irvrtlra (ft rttllOla f nf ! ' aa lung a a vuo wwno iw v j holn V rti'ft lannAta ha that ool f-PATl n- I Inland Realty Co. to J. A. Johnson; dence that every man J. R. Runyan and wife to Julia A. 1 Faulkner; G. P. Quaintance and wife BURY IAKEIAND WOMAN to Julia Faulkner; W. F. Hallam & ! AT SHINGLE CHEFX Co.. to Orlando and H. D. Kirk; W. 1 F. Hallam & Co. to J. B. Carter; T. Y. 1 The body of Mrs. H. A. Mathews of Wilson and wife to Hugh W. Smith; Lakeland was brought to Kissimmee E. J. Sellars and wife to A. F. Grigs- on Thursday afternoon and taken to by; A. F. Grisby and husband to S. Shingle Creek cemetery for interment. W. Cozart; W. L. Stilwell and wife to Mrs. Mathews died at her home after J. R. RaRmsey; J. R. Ramsey and wife a lingering illness, to Osie Stilwell; Hunt Chipley and She was in her sixty-fifth year, and wife to W. A. Hatchell; O. C. Lamp- leaves a husband and eight children hear and wife to Marion B. Sexton; now living, as follows: H. H. Math- L, Mayes. S., to D. H. Sloan; ews, J. T. Mathews, H. A. Mathews, George Palley to Garrison Cunning- Jr., A. H. Mathews, Mrs. J. J. Wal ham; George and wife to J. W. Tracy; lace, Mrs, W. H. Wolfe, all of Lake Sessoms Investment Co. to W. A. land; Mrs. Lena Harper of Muberry, Hatchell; W. G. Overstreet and wife and Mr. H. A. Hutchson of Chicago, all to Bank of Mulberry; E. R. McMur- of whom were present at the funer ray and wife to Jasper Summerlin; al, excepting H. A., Jr., who was J. D. Crum and wife to C. F. Crum; taken ill Thursday morning. Ada Wilson and husband to T. M. Ly-, Mr. and Mrs. Mathews and their bass; C. F. Crum and wife to T. M. Ly- family were among the pioneers of bass! F. L. Mitchell et als to T. M. this section and homesteaded a por Lvbass: W. W. Tillis guardian T. M. tion of the site of Kissimmee. Later engaged in battle, each have 40 rounds of ammunition, it would make a total of 200,000 catridges. If the fifht lasts several hours all of these, and per haps more, would be expended. If 60 are killed, which is a fair and lib eral estimate, then we have only one fatal shot out of 400 the result I have m laODD Tr ATI A fntnl new man. My family and my friends , .. . . hit. The low rate or mortality is Before I took this medicine I actu ally could nwt raise my left hand o It had been that way for I fully two years, ought to have. h&ve naed Tanlac for about tw0 or three' weeks now and I am like a see the difference and it is the actual ruth. I take great pleasure in rec ommending this medicine, Tanlac." Tanlac !. sold exclusively in Lake land by Henley & Henley; in Fort Meade by Varn's Pharmacy; in Lake Wales by M. R. Anderson; In Har tow by Bartow Drug Company;" in Homeland by J. L. Langham & Son, in Haines City by Haines Pity Pharmacy, and in Winter Haven by the Anderson Drug Co. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR POLK COUNTY IN CHAN CERY. State Bank of Auburndale, a corporation under the laws of the State of Florida vs. Belle Hamilton and William T. Hamilton, her hus band. Mortgage Foreclosure. caused by excitement and reckless fir ing, which sh ws how very important it is to have a cool and steady com mander, one who by his own demean or and example inspires confidence in his men. As a rule, when conditions are equal, victory always goes to the army that is well organized, well com manded and free from all semblance of demoralization. i "The last few paragraphs are based upon war as it was fought fifty odd years ago, and through the ages back behind that time, and not to the so called war now going on in Europe. That is not war they are not fight ing with swords, rifles, pistols and field guns; they are using instead, money, food and poisonous gas. Never a gallant cavalry charge where swords cross swords with the adver sary; never banners carried forward Notice is hereby given that I, the Lybass! Ella F.'.Seeley to J. M. Cri'tch- it was platted into lots and still icery! impetuous infantry charge in the low; Kate Blood to Inter-State Invest- known as the Matnews additions ance with a final decree entered in ment Co.; C. H. Van Allen and wife to between Mabbette and Summer Deliliah Gilpin; A. P. Malloy and wife streets. to J. T. Miller; L. B. Gill and wife to Mr. Mathews was a contractor. G. P. Webb; Erwin Smith and wife to erecting the first residence in this Mrs. Nancy Artis; State of Florida to lty, and was identified with the bus- W. P. Sheretz; W. Lacy Boyd and iness interests here for a number of wife to T. L. Marquis; So. Land Sec. years. The family moved to Lake- Co. to H. E. Jenkins; W. H. Gill and land about eight years ago and have wife to A. M. Wilson; F. A. Durrance have lived there since, et als to Alice V. Sellars; H. Y. The deceased was a member of the Thompson and wife to Leon Hebb; Baptist church and had a wide circle Llghtsey-Parsons Cattle Co., to G. W. of friends among the older residents Mnn et als; N. D. Robnett to J. F. of .the vicinity, who sympathize with the said cause on the tenth day of Au gust, A. D. 1916, by Honorable F. A. Whitney, Judge of the Tenth Judicial Circuit of Florida, offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at public outcry at the court house door in Bartow. Polk County. Florida, on Monday, the fourth day of December, A. D. 1916, the same being a legal sales day, and between the legal hours of sale, the following do scribed property, located in Polk coun ty. Florida, to wit: Lot thirteen (I?) in Block eighteen (18) of the original town of Codington (now incorporated MASONIC NOTICE The Masonic Mutual Life Association Of the District of Columbia NEW MASONIC TEMPLE, WASHINGTON, D. C. Issues Insurance to Masons ONLY at Actual COST Guaranteed Protection A Saving on your Insurance and gives INSURANCE SECURITY GUARANTEE PRIVILEGES PROTECTION You get in any Old Line Company. The Same For Particulars, see, phone or write DR. J0HN1F. WILSON DR. B. F. MAYNflRC'. J. W. WARD, JR. Special Deputy. LAKELAND, FLORIDA 1 bridal II mi-TirT in m m i. . I . ir zette. .na tho tnvn nf FnrfTh nnri nirtra Caldwell; E. E. Skipper to J. C. Hoi- the bereaved family Kissimmee Ga- ,ly changed t0 that of Lake Alfred) ac. roraing to tpe plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Polk County, State of Florida. Said sale will be made in accord ance with the final decree as above mentioned and said property will be sold to satisfy the said final decree attorney's fee and the costs of court. H. C. PETTEWAY. Master In Chancery. A. X. ERICKSON, Solicitor for Com pialnant. 597; brook; Fla. Highland Co. to John A, Larson; Susan F. Hummer and hus- band to Nellie W. Evans; A. J. De and C. S. DIshong to Lelia R. Smith; Vane and wife to G. L. Alderman; W. p. B. Jackson and wife to J. P. S.; H. A. Hatchell and wife to A. T. Hoff- H. Douglass and wife to W. D. man; C. E. Horton and- wife to Mrs. Stokes; Lizzie Douglass ct als to D. Marie Armeson; Florida-Canadian w. Stokes; P. P. Pollard and wife Farm Co.. to Edwin Spencer, Jr.; Ed- to D. W. Stokes; E. J. Giltens and win Spencer. Jr.; and wife to State wife to S. H. Malone; S. H. Malone Bank of Lakeland; Phillip Gettel and to Bessie D. Giltens; W. J. Howey wifo Wo roMi- to a wnires. and nA wife to Howey Land Co.; Penn. lV W - V V V. p - , wife to O. T. Cason; J. L. Woodman Highlands .Co., to Fields Realty CO.! and wife to Fla, Fruitlands Co.; Fla. E. E. Sijjer to O. Skipper; J. B. Pruitlands CoH to W. H. Winchester; Alfree and wife to A. E. Shannon; A. John Tillie to Polk County; J. A. John- e. Shannon and wife to S. E. Trum- son and wife to Harry Anderson t bell; C. B. Antisdell and wife to Fla. Clara D. GateB and husband to E. E. i- Rl Land Co.: C. L. Odell and wife Skipper; J. T. Truluck and wife to to A. E. Shannon; Chaa. Albert to National Bank t Ft Meade; Leila R. Dora Smith; F. L Stone and wife to Smith and husband to J. F. Truluck; i Stake Bank of Auburndale; Florida "wti!!j3-JfcJittAi.ta 1. L. 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