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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1914. NUMBER 97.




FLETCHER[ H[ GETS[J V VOTE J[ Of f THREE[[ J JN i0 INDIAN HEARD COMMISSIONER[ D BY SOROSIS IS I CLUB l 8 AUTOS PARK Will ON ORANGE Bf AVOWED f AVENUE[ t TO CRITICISE I I IS CAUSED f BY y REDUCING[





ONE N[ OVER V[ STOCKTON T N IN ORANGE[ Rev. Among L. A. the Spencer Seminoles Tells Who of Life Section Business Which Men Was Is Objectionable Repealed by to I MILEAGE[ [ f FOR BRICK I K ROAD A SVSiEMCARRANLA Y [


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L'ENGLE FOR CONGRESS CALIFORNIA VOLCANO l I IS ACTIVE A MUST l QUIT FIGHTING FOUR MILES TAKEN OFF
an open meeting of the Sorosis The city council yesterday repealed

LEADS WITH SEARS AS Af1R[ TWO CENTURIES[ [ club yesterday afternoon Lucien A. Section 5 of the recently enacted traf- OR R K KEEP[[ OUT 1 ORLANDO TO OSCEOLA

GOOD SECOND Spencer, special commissioner to the fic ordinance which prevented the COUNTY LINE ROAD

Florida Seminoles, gave an interest- parking of automobiles on Orange

Forests Containing Millions of Feet ing and entertaining talk on the In- avenue for a longer period than one- This Is the Final Verdict of the

NOOON AND GRIffiN f ARE THE WINNERS of Timber Menaced by the dians, and the work being conductedin half hour. Mediators in Regard to the fUNDS ARE INSUFFICIENT[ TO C COMPLETE[

Disturbances the southern part of the state by The section was repealed upon the Rebel Chief '

the United States government. presentation of a petition signed by
GARDEN AND ORLANDO
WINTER Mr. Spencer was introduced by the thirty-eight business men of the ave- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LAID
CaL June Niagara Falls, Ont, June 2.-Spe-(
REPRESENT Redding, 2.-Special.( )
MEN WILL
president of the club, Mrs. Alton B. nue, being the second petition pre- OUT SYSTEM BEFORE PRICES
-Immense forests containing mil- cial.)-President Wilson and Secretary -
ANGE IN THE NEXT LEGISLA- Whitman, who said that some weeks sented to that end. The first petition I
lions of feet of timber, are menacedby Bryan have abandoned their efforts -I WERE SECURED AND IT BE-
TURE AND GILES IS DISTRICT ago, when the question of having an- contained the names of fifty-one per-
the continued eruption of Mount in behalf of Carranza in the CAMEECESSARY TO CUT
other open session was discussed, it sons, but subsequent to its presentation -
COMMITTEEMAN Lassen, which became active last Sat- mediation council today. Not only DOWN THE MILEAGE
said that it discovered that of
was no one would attend a was some
urday for the first time in two centu- I had the three South American media-
program given after June first, but those who had signed it confessedthat I
With perfect weather and all con- ries. that the choice of the speaker as well they didn't know what the peti- tors politely condemned the Wash- In view of the criticism that has
ditions favorable but little more than Reports from the district today say I ington proposition to admit Carran-
as the subject had brought togetheran tion contained and were not in sympathy arisen because the county commis-
that additional disturb- za's delegation but the Mexicans were
fifty cent. of the registered Dem- earthquake
per unusually Jarge number of mem- with the object sought. sioners agreed to reduce the mileageof
have been felt the prepared to bolt the convention if the
ocratic vote recorded in ances during past
was Orange
i
bers and The has been the for
guests. It is often, said she, subject cause the Orlando-Osceola road in the
twenty-four hours and the volcano American representatives continuedto
county. the subjects nearest home which are two hearings before the council, and brick road system which was laid out
and continues to send forth volumes of urge the rebel cause.
The usual of
sight carriages
the least known about, and the topic after the l rearing when the ordi- at a mass meeting preceding the call
smoke and steam which Until the constitutionalists shall
the plainly
automobiles are
hurrying through
which would be brought before the nance was amended to give an hour'stime for the bond election, the Sentinel
streets loaded with voters gotten out visible at Mineral, 18 miles distant. make it plain that they will quit fight- .
club was one which closely concerned for parking, instead of thirty yesterday interviewd a number of
the No flames have been shooting ing and submit to a discussion ofIexico's
insistent candidate seen
by or
some Florida and of minutes the business of the
great importance.In men ave- "prominent citizens in regard to that
enthusiastic worker for some candi- from the mountain at any time but ) internal affairs and the reconstruction -
beginning his talk Mr. Spencer nue busied themselves immediately in action.
date was missing. hot rocks and ashes are found in of a new government,
said that the Florida Indians had getting up another petition which was As the
system was laid out five
Carranza must out. This is the
About the same percentage of vot- abundance near the new crater. stay
been a subject of much discussion confined strictly to the business district roads were to be constructed embrac-
final verdict of the mediators and the
ers in the town and country went to
the There misunder 8; L'Engle, 80; Malone, 12; Sears, 68; during the past five years, but that The section was repealed by American delegates have so advised ing fifty-seven miles of brick roads.
polls. no
was {
Williamson, 8; Appleyard. 41;" McRae, ninety per cent of what had been the votes of C'.: oilman Robertsonand Washington. Road No. 1 was to run from Orlando
standing and no unpleasantness of 116; Avery, 84; Ellis. 82; Shackle- Mayor Councilman Johnson
written concerning them was either Jpry. i to the Osceola line distance
county ,
a
any character. The inspectors and ford, 93; Dickinson, 75; Griffin, 90; I "?
it. The
traffic
fiction or guess work, and that less votinl against 7! of thirteen miles No.
2 from
clerks had the easiest day and made Newton, 122; Reese, 68; Giles, 121; CARRANZA CRITICISES THE ; Orlandoto
Wilmott, 49. was known of the Seminole Indians ordinance was one of Mr. Johnson'spet Conway; No. 3 from Orlando to
MEDIATORS i
., the quickest count in the history of
Winter Park today than of almost any other tribe measures, and he has stated repeatedly June Seminole; No. 4 from Orlando to Oak-
Washington, 2.-The semiofficial
elections in this -
general primary Fletcher, 24; Stockton, 6; Acosta. of At that the time will come when
people. the time of the discov- I land No. 5 from Orlanto
county. The second choice votes that 5; L'Engle, 14; Malone, 2; Sears, 6; 'I statement from General Carranza's ; to Zellwood.
ery of America a band of Indians, the people will regret the repeal. After the bids
Williamson 2 14 were received from
Appleyard, McRae
were cast in. the race for congressman ; ; I headquarters at Durango crit- 'I
the in which 16; Avery, 13; Ellis, 21; Shackleford, ,known as Muskhogees, inhabited icising the course of the South Amer- II the contractors the commissioners
being only race
20; Dickinson, 18; Griffin, 21; New- Georgia, comprising tribes each discovered
I that the
there was any occasion to express ton, 20 Reese. 8 Giles 22 Wilmott, many ican mediators, attracted widespread $500,000 allotted
; ; ; AMBITIOUS
second choice, were so few that they 10. of which was independent of the oth- CLERK USES[ A NEW[ / attention here today. Such expres- for the construction of brick roads

could have no effect on the result in Maitland ers. Later these tribes federated, sions in the statement as that the would be insufficient to complete the
METHOD D f FOR R PROMOTIONPuts R
the county, and it is not likely that Fletcher, 10; Stockton, 2; Acosta, and afterwards a number seceded and constitutionalists "point out he fact system; that it would have to be re-
1; L'Engle, 4-1; Malone, 0-1; Sears, came to Florida. These were called duced.
they will be needed to decide the con- 5-2; Appleyard 6; McRae, 6; Avery that conquerors are not usually wontto
test through the district.. 7; Ellis, 5; Shackleford, 5; Dickinson, ', .Seminoles-meaning secessionists. Sticks of Dynamite Under Win pernit the conquered to dictate This became a vexing question to
During the entire day Supervisor 3; Griffin, 9; Newton 9; Reese, 2; Briefly outlining the history of the terms of peace" gave rise to much the commissioners, and they decidedto

Frank H. Williams was called upon Giles, 8; Wilmott ApopkaFletcher 2. Seminole wars, the speaker told of dow of Chief and Then speculation. Administration chiefs reduce the mileage on the No. 1

but twice to straighten out mix-ups, 35; Stockton, 8; Acosta, Osceola,who by reason of his abilityas "Discovers" Plot declined to comment on declarationsfrom road, their reasons being that the distance -

and in each case it was a matter of 2; L'Engle,16; Malone, 1; Sears, 20; a leader was chief of the tribe. Niagara Falls that the Durango beyond Taft was sparsely popu-

poll taxes. Williamson, 1; Appleyard, 11; McRae ', Osceola secreted the women, childrenand Washington, June 2.-(Special.)- statement would not alter the media- lated and that the construction ef
29 12 Ellis 21 Shackleford
Avery. ,
; ; ;
In county politics strictly the race 18; Dickinson, 15; Griffin, 21;. New- old men in the swamps where the Daniel Jauch,of Cincinnati, watchmanin tors' attitude toward the constitu- other roads in the system would best

for representative was the only one ton, 33; Reese, 12; Giles, 29; Wilmott, white men could not disturb them, the agricultural department, today tionalists. serve the tax payers of the county

which excited any interest, and the 10. then, with a small band of followers, 'placed four'sticks of dynamite in the Hope was not lacking, however, who would have to bear the burdenof

best of feeling prevailed among the Fletcher, 18;Zellnood Stockton, 2; L'Engle, so harassed the militia that the com- basement of the hallway of the department that differences between the media- the taxation placed upon them by

candidates and their friends.It 4-1; Malone 0-2; Sears, 0-5; Williamson manding officer resorted to treachery, directly beneath Secretary tors and the constitutionalists could the bond issue.

was generally conceded prior to 1; Appleyard, 10; McRae, 12; and captured the brave Indian war- Houston's office and then "discov- be dissipated. On the other hand it is contendedby

the election that Mr. A. B. Newton Avery, 7; Ellis, 13; Shackleford, 15; rior under a flag of truce, and took ered" a dynamite plot. Secretary of State Bryan was in those who oppose this action by

would be nominated. He was the only Reese Dickinson, 6; ,Giles 8; Griffin, 17; ,Wilmott 7; Newton, 2. 21; I him to Fort Moultrie, where he died Jauch, when questioned by the police frequent communication with the the commissioners that the road to

candidate from the county, the other Clarcona in 1838. Treaty after treaty was admitted that he had secured and members of the American mission at the Osceola county line is the con-

three residing in Orlando. From the Fletcher, 3; Stockton, 3; Acosta, 0; made with the Seminoles, only to be placed the dynamite, with the hope Niagara Falls and reiterated that the necting link through Orange countyfor

tally in the various county precinctsit L'Engle, 6; Malone, 0; Sears, 0; Williamson broken by the white men, and soon that his heroism in preventing an ex conference "was progressing satisfac- the national highway, and that

was evident that the voters cen- Avery, ,1 0; ; Ellis Appleyard., 2; Shackleford 3; McRae,, 3 2;; the Indians, with good cause, became 'plosion would secure him promotion.He torily." Beyond this he would say this road should be completed, even if

tered their votes on Mr. Newton. He Dickinson. 1; Griffin, 3; Newton, 6; distrustful of the government and all was placed in jail charged with nothing. some other road is not. It is contended -

was their candidate and they wantedto Reese, 1; Giles, 6; Wilmott, 0. its dealings with them, a feeling I attempting to injure a public build- Many observers today took the position furthermore that the road beyond

be sure that he would be nomi- Ocoee which has never been overcome. ing. Panic followed at the depart- that even if mediation were Taft is almost impassable and is in
Fletcher 19; Stockton 14; Acosta, I
nated, and they put him over in great 3; L'Engle, 18; Malone, 6; Sears, 3; In 1843 the Seminoles, with the ment when the dynamite was found. confined to differences between Huerta immediate need of being repaired!
form. But notwithstanding this Mr. Williamson, 0; Appleyard.' ; McRae, exception of some ninety who hid and the United States and the whereas some of the other roads

Newton would have been nominated.He 17; Avery, 11; Ellis, 19; Shackleford, themselves, were taken to a reserva- WEALTHIEST northern faction continued its cam- would not su.Ter by having the neces-
received a handsome vote in both 23; Dickinson, 18; Griffin, 9; Newton, tion. There are now about six hun- WOMAN IN SOUTH paign to Mexico City there would sary reduction of brick construction
35; Reese, 6; Giles. 21; Wilmott 7. TAKES UP HUSBAND'S WORK
the Orlando precincts, which was a Winter Garden dred descendants of those who remained still be need of outside help to restore taken from them.Commenting .

merited testimonial to a worthy man. Fletcher, 26; Stockton, 34; Acosta, in Florida. They are a clean- normal conditions in the republic. on the situation thus

Mr. S. S. Griffin, who will be Mr. 2-1; L'Engle, 35-2; Malone, 6-2; Sears, ly race, and the physical condition of Lexington, Ky., June 2.-(Special.) When the cabinet assembled today brought to their attention expressionsfrom

Newton's colleague from Orange 10-4; Williamson, 1-5;.Appleyard, 25; the Seminole is of the highest type, -Mrs. John C. Mayo, the wealthiest with President Wilson no official account the following citizens were given -
McRae. 35; Avery, 26; Ellis, 21;
county, rceived a good vote in every Shackleford, 30; Dickinson, 21; Grif- there being very little sickness and woman in the South since the deathof of Carranza's statement had the Sentinel yesterday:

precinct. He made an active cam- fin, 24; Newton. 66; Reese, 14; Giles, at present no known case of tubercu- her husband three weeks ago, today been received, either through the con- S. G. Ives: "There are plainly two

paign, and his success was well deserved 40; Wilmott, 13.Oakland losis or trachoma, the two worst diseases announced that she would take stitutionalists themselves or from the sides to the question, but I think the

Mr. Griffin has friends by Fletcher, 24; Stockton, 2; Acosta, known among the North Amer- his place on directorates all her American delegates at Niagara Falls. commissioners acted wisely in giving

the score. He has lived in Orange 2; L'Engle, 13; )Malone 2; Sears, 6; ican Indians. The largest death rate husband's business enterprises. The The cabinet members and White first attention to those roads over

county most of his life, and it is I Williamson, 2; Appleyard, 4; McRae, is among the very small children and value of the estate is estimated at House officials, however, evidenced which the heaviest traffic is to pass

pleasing to him to reflect that he 20; Avery, 13; Ellis, 8; Shackleford, is due principally to Jack of care. $20,000,000. Mrs. Mayo also an- deepest interest in Carranza's pro- and which will serve the greatest
16; Dickinson 4; Griffin 17; Newton,
was so generously remembered. 23; Reese, 4; Giles, 21; Wilmott, 2. I I The Seminoles are brave and generous nounced that benefactions planned by nouncement as published in the news number of our own citizens.
Neither Mr. Dickinson nor Mr. Gotha to a fault and extremely cleanlyin her husband would be carried out by dispatches and it was taken up for N. P. Yowell: "I should certainlylike

Reese made any personal campaignto Fletcher, 26; Stockton 4; Acosta, I their morals, person, and home her. She was made exeutrix of the discussion. to see the line of brick roai:

speak of, and the vote they received 0; L'Engle, 9; :Malone, 2; Sears, 14; I life. Washing is a part of their religion entire estate of her husband without Rafael Zubaran, head of the Car- built through the county from one
Williamson 0
; Appleyard, 11; McRae,
is one in which they can take 17; Avery, 13; Ellis. 50; Shackleford i. ; they are absolutely honest, bond. She is about 45 years: old. ranza agency here, commented today county line to the other. It's a dream

much-satisfaction. 13; Dickinson, 13; Griffin, 16; Newt and lying is unknown.Mr. .. upon Mexico City dispatches repre- I've had for a long while, but I amt
Twelve precincts of the twenty in n, 24; Reese, 7; Giles. 13; Wilmott, Spencer spoke of the Indian BASEBALL RESULTS senting General Huerta as desiring not inclined to criticise the county

the county give the following totals: Taft "medicine men," who are expert in that the constitutionalists enter the commissioners they have studied

For Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher, Fletcher, 12; Stockton, 5; Acosta, 1; doctoring with herbs, it being a sin- National League mediation proceedings so that Mexi the question from all its angles andI
576; John N. C. Stockton, 178. L'Engle, 8-3; Malone, 0-2; Sears, 8-2; gular fact that when they are unableto Philadelphia 9-0, New York 27. co's affairs might be settled by Mexi- am satisfied to trust their judg-
For Representative from the Fourth Appleyard, 7; McRae, 10; Avery 8; cure sickness they frequently send Brooklyn 2-4, Boston 3-3. cans. ment.

Congressional District-Acosta, 31; Ellis 8 Griffin, 10; Shackleford, 7; Dickinson the patient to a white physician.In St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 4. "The constitutionalists have noth- J. N. Bradshaw: "I am with the
; 8; Newton, 11; Reese, 5;
L'Engle, 318; Malone, 54; Sears, 281; Giles, 10; Wilmott, 6. dress, the Seminoles are very Chicago 7, Pittsburg 3. ing to mediate with Huerta," said he, commissioners. They have given their

Williamson, 24. artistic, and Mr. Spencer thinks it American League "and can only meet him at the pointof time unremittingly to this work, andI

For Commissioner of Agriculture- CRAIG FOR SENATE IN DUVAL; I likely that the costumes of the men, New York 8, Washington 9. the sword. believe thoroughly in their honestyof

Appleyard, Jr., 206; McRae, 417. L'ENGLE PROBABLY I which somewhat resemble the Scotch Boston 3-2, Philadelphia 2-4. When the cabinet meeting broke up purpose and their ability to do

For Justices of the Supreme Court DEFEATED kilt, were derived from the father of I Cleveland 0, St. Louis 3. none of the members would commenton what is right. I am sure they have

-Avery, 335; Ellis, 363; Shackleford, I Osceola, who was a Scotchman. The I Detroit 5, Chicago 2. Carranza's pronouncement as it done what they believe to be right,

h 408.For Jacksonville', Fla., June 2.-By( dress of the male consists of a blouse I Federal League had not been before them officially. and I have confidence enough in their

' Representative Orange County Phone-Indications are that Marion with a kilt skirt falling to the knees, Pittsburg 10-3, Buffalo 37. Latest communications from the business judgment to think that they

-Dickinson, 296; Griffin, 421; New- Craig will be nominated for the state 'I limbs bare, sometimes wearing moc- Brooklyn 11, Baltimore 5. American delegates at Niagara also have acted fairly and justly."

ton, 547; Reese, 234. senate over Ion L. Farris, former casins of dressed skins, but usually St. Louis 3, Indianapolis 2. were discussed without 'announcement V. W. Estes: "I think that some

For Congressional Committeeman- J I speaker of the house. Early returns I barefoot. This costume gives him a Kansas City 3, Chicago 6. other road than the one selected by

Giles, 500; Wilmott, 217. I I i to the Metropolis indicate L'Engle's graceful and pleasing appearance.The Southern League After the cabinet meeting another the commissioners might have been

The vote by precincts follows: defeat for congress with Sears and costume of the women is simple Mobile 5, Memphis 1. communication was telegraphed to chosen to be shortened without incon-.

Orlando No. 1 i Malone running close. Fletcher's and consists of but two garments, onea Chattanooga 6-6, Birmingham 34. to the American delegates. Its nature venience to anybody. The road to the

Fletcher, 235; Stockton 61; Acosta 'I nomination seems assured. short jumper with sleeves, the other Nashville 3, New Orleans 2. was carefully guarded. It was Osceola county line is about the worstin

7; L'Engle, 111; Malone, 22; t, a skirt reaching to the ankles Atlanta 5, Montgomery 3. generally understood it dealt with the the county. The sand is knee deep.I .
Sears, 141; Williamson, 9; Appleyard,
61; McRae. 209; Avery, 140; Ellis, SPARKMAN RENOMIXATED IN which is fastened low at the waist South Atlantic League participation of the constitutional- travel over it frequently. Severalof

111; Shackleford, 165; Dickinson, 112; THE FIRST with a drawstring, leaving quite a Savannah 4, Macon 0. ists. the roads which will be completely.
Griffin, 196; Newton, 177; Reese 101; space between the two garments Jacksonville 9, Augusta 3. Huerta's Envoys Excited bricked are already good roads, and
Giles, 192; Wilmott 107.
. i Orlando No. 2 Tampa, Fla., June 2.-(By Phone) which is entirely naked. The hair is I Albany 11, Columbia 0. j I The violent utterances of the Car- could have been left for some time to

..R Fletcher, 141; Stockton. 37; Acosta, (Continued on page 8) (Continued on page 4) Charleston 9, Columbus 5. (Continued on page 8) (Continued on page 4)1i

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WARNING TO CITRUS GROWERS Later, he will no doubt visit many DRY CULTURE CAN BE HOKE SMITH WOULD REMIT INCOME -

C AGAINST CITRUS CANKER different parts of the state. PRACTICED IN FLORIDA TAX LAW FIXES
Treatment $ yur.) E4t

Issued under the direction of the I More Cultivation and Less FertilizerHis
1. Small trees are cut back to a Washington, June .-A bill remitting -
Board of Control the of Receipt.-Raising
by Inspector single stem or stump. Larger treeesare prescribed penalties for failureto

Nursery Stock.APPEALIn. cut back so that only the stumpsof Dasheens make proper income tax returns When ever you are lookimg for Fine Sta-
this circular the the larger limbs remain. All cut before March 1 last was introduced
writer wishes to appeal to all, cit- off material is burnt at once. No Crystal Springs, Fla., June 1.- today; by Senator Hoke Smith. The tionery, Late Books and Music Victor and

rus growers and others, to be on the leaves are allowed to remain on the (Special-That) dry farming methodscan bill would legalize returns made before -
be in Flor- Edison Talking Machines and Records All
practiced successfully
lookout for this new fungus disease, trees. June 1, where the delinquencywas ,
ida, is the opinion of John Aird,
and if any strange or unknown infection 2. After suuting back, the trees merchant and At the not willful.It kinds of Musical Merchandise from a jews
is found send at agriculturist.
to specimens with Bordeaux
once, with name and address and locality I'mixture are carefully having painted the consistency of beginning of the present dry spell, will pay you to let us do some harp to a Grand Piano, Office Supplies and
either to the Inspector of Nur- Avenarius carbolineum emul- some six weeks ago, Mr. Aird set out of your printing. We do it right.
paint.
Stock or to the Experiment Sta- some ,tomato plants, between the the latest idea in postal cards.
sery
and
with
si ified water be
soap may
Thisis rows of a crop of potatoes, which he
Gainesvild Fla.
irtion both at
,
used instead of Bordeaux for
paintingthe
disease hitherto unknown harvested a few weeks afterward.The .
a new ,
,
but introduced into Florida and apparently trees. potatoes were never irrigated or W. S. BRANCH
not widely distributed here 3. After painting the trees as directed fertilized, after transplanting, and $3.00 ,
in 2, they are sprayed twice,
yet they are now producing a fine
It is hoped that it may be expedi-
at intervals of two weeks, with 5 5-50 The Arcade Book and Music Store
tiously eradicated and it is for this crop, in spite of the fact that there
,Bordeaux. has been no rain. But other condi- FROMORLANDO
reason that this appeal to cooperatewith
us is made.Attention 4 Inspect the trees repeatedly and tions were favorable. The ground is
regularly for new infections. rather low, somewhat lower than the
s is also directed to Rule
Bordeaux MixtureA general level and were shaded for
44 Nursery Inspection Circular 7, pro- Dissolve 2 lb. bluestone( copper several weks by the potatoes. Then,
the of citrus TO
hibiting importation sulfate) in 1 gallon water. B, Slack too, they were given frequent cultiva-
trees their buds into Florda. It
or 2 Ib of lump lime and make it intoa tion, and it is to this that Mr. Aird JACKSONVILLE AND RETURN -
that all citizens of the
important
s gallon of whitewash. C, pour A andB largely attributes his success. He
state only for the
co-operate-not together, at the same time, into a says that he believes Florida people,
purpose of eradicating this disease, larger vessel and stir. This mixtureis as a rule, depend too much on fer- Thursday, June 18th :
but also in prohibiting the further introduction
of the consistency of paint and is tilizers and irrigation and too little on
of the through ATLANTIC COAST LINE
same con-
used for painting the trees. When a cultivation. Cultivation, he believes,
traband stock. DO NOT OR-
nursery 5-5-50 Boredaux is wanted for spraying hakes available the plant foods nat- 'Tickets good on All Regular arrived'car'load '-
DER CITRUS TREES OR BUD Just
dilute C with water to make 20 urally in the soil and so reduces or
Trains. Final Limit June 21st.
WOOD FROM WITHOUT THE
gallons.It obviates the need for artificial fer- FORDS for immediate -
STATE. Except as special permit is Proportionate low rates from
is important that these directionsbe tilizers.
obtained, per Rule 44, citrus stock imported other points.
followed carefully and that all The dasheen is coming into its own delivery.Get .
from without? is contraband quantities be accurately weighed or in Crystal Springs, almost every gardener For further information call
stock and liable to confiscation.By .
measured. Should there be any x- or farmer having a least a on or write to nowF.

motion, the State Board of Con- cessive development of scale insects, small patch. C. J. Barnett, representing IR.. O'Neal, C. T. A., yours j
trol, at their meeting on May 11th, following the application of Bordeaux, the Farmers' Union of this place, G. RUSH
W.D.WHITED.T.A.ORLANDO ;
specially urged the Inspector of Nur- it will be necessary, later in the sea has been interesting a number of ladies
sery Stock to make a vigorous inves- son, to spray the trees with some in different methods of prepar- I II I Phone 2261'.iLi4r '

tigation of all localities where in- good contact insecticide. ing different parts'of the plant and Y. R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger '

fected stock, or suspected of being infected Carbolineum. the results that he obtained indicate Agent,; J. G. Kirkland,. Division ;

has been planted. Your inspector For various purposes, including the that the dasheen is likely to become Passenger Agent
therefore, wishes to again 'treatment of citrus canker both .
one of the most useful food plants.
'TAMPAt'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.
urge the heartiest kind of cooperation young and old citrus trees have beenplanted The present experiments are with the ,

of all interested, with this of- after defoliating and cutting, stalk and leaves, it being already 1

fice and to proffer Mr. Stirling or back with full strength, or half known that the tubers can be used ina .*',
other deputies that may be sent to carbolineum and
strength no
appar great variety of ways.
inspect stock, whatever asistance is ent injury resulted. A hetotadnnnent SUMMER TIME IS i

necessary. injury resulted. At other times sour seedlings from Port Authur,

In Florida some injury was apparent and some Texas, in January, 1912. The infection FLY TIMEAre J..

The disease was first recognizedas weak trees were killed. However, in i at Monticello probably came directly those windows screened < >
_ a stranger last fall, when an infection view of the success obtained by H. from Japan on citrus trifol- yet? Patented detach- ',

was discovered in a nursery at S. Fawcett in treating nail head rust, iata seedlings imported from thereabout able hangers used on all I' j

Silver Palm, south Dade County. It or scaly bark, with carbilineum, we 1910. screens. No ladder need I i

had previously been observed in an have good reason for believing that It is now apparent that this disease ed to take off or put on ,

isolated block of nursery stock at this substance will prove to be an ex was introduced from Japan. As just when washing windows. i t

Monticello, but this was then diag- cellent treatment for citrus canker. stated, the infection at Monticello developed J i-i -_
R.J.WALDRONContractor J
nosed as scab. Fortunately, this The principal advantage of corbol- I I on stock inported from Japan. r" j
Monticello block was not put on the ineum, when used in the strength I Infections in Alabama, Mississippi and Builder

market at that time, before the disease here indicated, over Bordeaux, lies i in and Texas have also been reported as 410 West Street Hammond &Qore 1

was recognized as new. Whenis its insecticidal value, as well as in being first observed on citrus trifoliate HtltHtttfttttttlMltltfHIUIIMaiMMIMIMMM ,
was recognized as new the diseased a good fungicide. Painting trees seedlings from Japan. Recently some

stock at once was placed un- with carbolineum of the strength indicated I specimens on rind and leaf of naval FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .j

der quarantine.It would rid them of scale in-j oranges were received at the Experiment --- --

is believed that by digging and sects and thus obviate the possible Station, directly from Japan. VALUES LOW PRICES

burning and other treatment, all the necessity of latter having to spray i I DescriptionThis ForSale !
known infections at Monticello have for scales. disease is sufficiently like the COMPARE

been eradicated. For the present, only Avenarius common sour, or lemon scab, so thatit --

The principal infection at Silver Carbolineum can be recommended for was at first mistaken for this di- Modern 8-room OUR FURNITURE

Palm is being cut back and painted painting trees, since data on other':,: sease. The specimens just referred |

with carbolineum and Bordeaux mix- Brands are lacking.:: to, received from Japan, were labeled I House 2 doors r We provide the quality of furniture that has long
To make a 50 per cent solution of "scab." The cankers or spots are,
been furniture
ture. It is believed that nothing fur- accepted by knowing buyers as the
ther need be feared from either of carbolineum and water: Dissolve one however, more regular than in theo I west of Wyoming standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

these two original infections. For- gallon of soft whaleoil' soap in tw scab, varying from less than 1-16 to Hotel. Bargain It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. \Ve can't make

tunately the nursery at Silver Palm gallons of water; to this mixture of 1-4 inch in diameter; they are light i k this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

was planted mainly to supply trees soap and water slowly add three gallons slightly above the surface of both r w i of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
for local planting on the owner's of carbolineum, at the same time brown to ochre-yellow and extend

premises, so that anly a few sales stirring the mixture vigorously. Hard sides of the leaves. The 'leaves, fruit HI & DAVIS BLOCK
and shipments were made from Silver whaleoil soap or laundry! soap maybe and smaller branches are affected. ,
A. L.
Palm prior to the discovery of substituted for soft whaleoil soap Citrus canker appears to be princi Bentley, Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
nine pounds being about the equiva pally grapefruit disease, of whichit
the disease. These a
were to the following 10 L AMELIA AVENUE jj jj4MMMMIItmilMMM J
places: Homestead, Goulds, lent of a gallon. viruently attacks the leaves, fruit ; .

Redland, Naranja, Miami, City Point, Distribution and Origin and smaller branches. It attacks cit I
Stuart, Elfers, Dania, Carson, Au- During the last half' of March and I rus trifoliata, mandarins and lemons

burndal, Boyton, and possibly others. the: first week in April, the writer vis are also affected, but less seriously. ** -riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM\\\\\\\\\\\\\! {{ ! ! nVlrOrlando > > > .1" .
The writer has also obtained information ited Alabama, Mississippi, Louisanaand The kumquat may be immune. . . . r

that shipments from infected Texas, and discovered citrus can A more complete description of this ,".

nurseries in Alabama, where the disease ker in these states. It was being disease, with illustrations, can be Bank & Trust Co
is widely disseminated, have widely distributed in these states on found in Bulletin 122 of the Florida ,:::

been made to the following places in nursery stock, as no restrictions wer Experiment Station. "
Florida: Pensacola and vicinity, operative. The infection at Silver E. W. BERGER Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914 : :

Nome, DeFuniak Springs, :Milton, Or- Palm, Florida, was introduced on Inspector of Nursery Stock. .

lando, Galliver, Cottage Hill, Lloyd, RESOURCESReal ;
Panama City, Catonement Santa -
Rosa, and Youngstown. tllllllllll"'IIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'tORLANDO Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

Persons having received citrus treesor S Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23 _
bud wood from Alabama] Mississ-
Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
ippi, Louisana or Texas in all of
,
Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02 .
which this disease occurs, within the .
.
past several years, should examine $904,906.09

their trees carefully at once, and if ,
any unknown infection is found, send : LIABILITIES
specimens at directed in the first par- Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

agraph of this article. Better yet, Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

report to us if you have received Water & Light Co. Bills payable . . . . . . . None

trees or buds from without the state,
in order that we may send a deputy, Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due

if necessary to ]look, over the trees for to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59 ..

you, as explained in the next paragraph < 1

ElectricityGas $904,906.09 : r.
AssistanceIn I iI

view of the fact that the funds Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .5649,484.91 '
appropriated by the state for the
Water Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
maintenance
of this office are not

sufficient to meet the exigencies of Increase in 37 days . . . . luldU8.81 '
this case, the Florida Growers and
Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . 521,167.38
Shippers. Tenny,League of Orlando, of which, is Secretary-Mr. LloydS. Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

Manager, has offered to raise $2,000 Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,62634
from its members to assist in discov-
.
ering infections of this disease in Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months. I
Florida and to otherwise assist and Telephone No. 6 The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and Jfti:

advise in its eradication wherever' .' Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

fotond. Mr. Frank Stirling is under friends and customers for making such a statement possible

the direction of this office, but eORLANDO'S J
receives his pay from the League. He I

will begin work in South Dade,Coun- CONSERVATIVE BANKr
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'I form a council, which is the supreme this line. H.MMIIIHHMMMllMMilMMMHMMIIIItttlHU
South Florida SentinelMORNING court of the tribe. The
principal
(Continued from page 1)) Two churches are working among
AND WEEKLY business of the tribe is transacted the Seminoles the hav-
drawn up on top of the head in a I Episcopalians
JOSIAH FERRIS. EdiUr and Owner. at the Shot-Cataw or green com
school and farmat
with bangs in front. The ing a experimental
beads is extraordinary and I dance. The entire tribe is assembled Immokalee, and the Baptists doing
Entered at the pottoffict at Orlando. Flor at this time. The meeting lasts
ida u Second Ciau Mail Matter. One string weighed nearly 30 very effective work among the In-
four days, from.the "little moon" in
and measured 80 yards. The dians near the East Coast.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES July, and is a politico-religious festival -
Daily 1 Year ...................>......5.00 and shoulders become somewhat which includes ceremonies of A number, of amusing stories of
Daily ( Months ....................... 2.60 formed from wearing them. The personal experiences in the Everglades Wear
Daily 3 Montha, ...................... L25DaCj purification, endurance, and skill. The Ready-to-
1 Month ....................... .60 tom of bead wearing is were given, as well as several
I "clack drink" is still given and actsas
,
passing, however, and smaller striking illustrations of the Indian's
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 an emetic and a purge. The boysare
r Weekly. 6 Months ..................... :?. are replacing the heavy ones still initiated into the "mysteries"b sense of honor and justice, and Mr.
used. I Spencer closed his talk by saying that
i
I / the older men, who place live coals
TO ADVERTISERS: In religion they are as unique upon them. the best thing that might be done for

Copy for' display and all vJier hand-act other matters. Their chief deity I I I It is the Seminole would be to teach him
the
at Shot-Cataw
that the
drertinff must be handed in at the kuunes Hesuketamese, which means the to be independent, not dependent.
;;
.fflc* .f the Sentinel Dot later than 2 p. m. young warriors apply to the council
the day before publication. This nit applies Spirit and Fire. Lightning and |I Mrs. Whitman, on behalf,of the !
I for wives, and their requests can not Display
U themes for contract adtertinnc it U .
sun are manifestations of this club, thanked Mr. Spencer for his delightful -
invariable and win be strictly tdhenJ to. ;( be granted until the following ,
year
and are worshipped accordingly. ; address, and invited all to
(if then. The warrior has no choice
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discon- will not use firewood from a tree remain for afternoon tea, which was
tinued iboald notify the office in writing an ":in the matter, the council giving him
the date of expiration otherwise it will be has been killed by lightning. !. served by Mrs. Beardall, Mrs. Thompson -
continued at the regular subscription rates, always singe a piece of meat in the woman which they deem most Mrs. Victor Starbuck, and Mrs.
until notice to atop is received. blaze when preparing meals. I,suitable. This plan is excellent, and Lartigue.Cow 01 the latest and most exquisite productions -
although a divorce may be obtained
WEDNESDAY JUNE 3, 1914. sun is greeted by a nod each .instantly, there is only one divorced
ot i
ing and when an Indian lights I Peas at F. F. Button's San- ( the foremost and most exclusive
pipe the first mouthful of smoke couple in the entire six hundred In- ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.

THE WEATHER blown toward the sun as an dians. 5-19tf. firm ot manufacturers in New
Their account of the creation is Formerly the Indians made a good
Florida: Local thunderstorms for income from the sale of alligator Don't wait for every one In town to York.
follows: have Entrican, the painter before H
Wednesday and probably Thursday, Hesuketamese (Great Spirit) hides, but now that the market for you try. Am too busy to look you _
except fair Wednesday in south por these has ceased, they will be forcedto up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
strange plants sticking out of
up
tion. find support in other means. job. 1-20-tf
sand, and when he examined 3
they proved to be human fingers Agriculture is followed in a very We insure your life and loan you
Results in the fourth district .are he pulled them up, and crude way each camp having a small money on real estate at 6 per cent 3
still in doubt. them to go into the bay and wash patch of sweet potatoes, cane, and interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., c
Indian Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
corn. The will search out a
o that
the black dirt clung to 325d&wtfHave
It's better to have run and lost than Some of them were so full of fertile tract of land and expend great _
never to have run at all. ity and adventure, and stayed so The'I effort in clearing it of its semitropical the Sentinel follow you dur-
o in the sea examining the growths, plant three crops, and ,ing the summer months. Address
,then move to a new location. The Doffloos1r3tiog ii:
The second choice didn't count for shells, etc., that they bleached changed as often as desired. Sub-
much but that's what the second and came out weak and pale; i soil is very light, and as they know scribe now-$1.25 for three months.
i nothing of scientific fertilization a
were the Esta Hadke, or white
choice is for-kind of an ease off. '
o Others simply did as they were move every three years is necessaryon Spray material, insecticides and
Angle run a better race in the first den, washed, and came out [ account of the soil having become fungicides at F. F. Button's San- Adv3DceEI ideas i
k depleted. ford, Fla. Write for prices and lit-
district than people outside the district brown, and strong; these were I erature. 4291m.
3 calculated on. Angle,is a born Esta Chattie, or Indians. The I Mr. Spencer thinks that the Semi-
politician.The mainder were too lazy to wash at nole will become an agriculturist in I Try the Sentinel Job Department
o and remained black; these were I oliheNewParisian t

Esta Luste,
defeated candidates may con- or negroes. I Ir
sole themselves with the reflection Another interesting legend is

that they had a lot of fun while the feeding by Manna:

going was good. o suketamese Long time brought ago, many his people moons, SPEOrA.LI : : Styles t l s st

The new primary law worked Alabama and Georgia. They

smoothly enough, but the ballot was elled a long time and by and by
short. But, then the primary law very hungry for bread. Game I : At t

caused it to be short had in plenty; so each day 1914 OVERLAND, Electric Starter and
k rained down Mah-nah
o- or I
Lights, Seat Covers-full set Hartford ; _
St. is spheres, plenty for all but '
Petersburg going all the gaits ,
1 Shock Absorbers. Run miles
with its commission government. would not keep; the bugs ate ; 3,600 ManufacturersAbsolute r'

: They are to have a recall election. so they must be gathered daily. I!
What's the use to have it in the char- The Seminoles believe that the -
ter if they don't use it? den of Eden was situated near
oCRITICIS31 is now the location of Savannah,
1913 FORD TOURING CAR. Fine
that Christ visited Florida.
'
CAUSED dition-full equipment con$3$ J O
he went, "Komti" sprang' up,
being His gift. "Komti" is a
(Continued from page 1) plant, from which starch can be Lost

come without hurting anybody or do- and has become of much value in .

ing any injustice. I have been talking cent years. According to their \

national highway and looking for- end, Christ journeyed to San Juan Garage Co.
ward to the time when our link wouldbe where.he was crucified by the Prices s sv
completed, and I hate to see it de iards.

layed.J. The Seminole government is : Ajax Tires guaranteed 5000 miles. 5-24

P. Holbrook: "The roads that archal in form, the oldest man in
bear the heaviest traffic should be the family being the patriarch.

ones to have first attention, in my

opinion. Where one vehicle passes 11.1.11111111111111.1..1.1111111.1111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111 ,. :
over the Osceola road there are ten .
'
that go over the others that are to be Connects you with a reliable Drug Store( ofO

y bricked. It's all very well to com- 31 years standing. It is a pleasure (to buy :

b plete the 'national highway and I'm ?n T anything not in stock and deliver it to .
t you.McELROY'S

the in think,favor roads it of should had that to be too be the,.left but one incompleteI if which any the of. O n 0 VI e n "y PHARMACY We Exhibittwo


commissioners have decided upon."
J. D. Barnes: "The brick roads hundred of the daintiest and

should be for the people who supportthe illllllllililtlllllliiHIIillltlMilllMIIIIIMIItlMMIIIilMMMI IIIIIIIIIIIH ; dressiest =
county. The national highway is .
I
all right, but the people who use the HHIiMHiMlliiiiMMtMtMMMIIIIIIMIIM1 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII :
national highway don't leave anything Summer Costumeswe

with us except the price of dinner or
something like that. They pass have ever handled.
through lickety-split and burn up the
road and are gone. Let the people We ask you and invite your at-

who bear the burdens the benefitof
get
ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES tendance to see these beautiful crea-
the roads"A.

B. Johnson: "As the commis- Commencement Day-an important event in the tions. To view them is an education ryt--

sioners have planned it the brick will lives of young people should receive some fitting markof in itself.
go beyond Pine Castle and there isn't appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

much travel beyond that place. Be- occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of (And they will be sold at manu-
sides the people all the way down Jewelry?
have the railroad and are not as muchin facturers cost prices.)

need of good roads as the people DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
living in other sections of the county 'Tis another indication of our
where the roads are to be built. I'm direct the attention of relatives and friends to
in favor of the national highway, butI the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this progressiveness.
believe the commissioners have store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

handled the proposition wisely, and I est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia
have no disposition to criticise them." mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val-

H. H. Dickson: "I regard it as un- ues and assortment.A .
fortunate that it became necessaryto visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

cut down any of the roads, but obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
since it had to b done I do not be-
lieve that any road could have stood
the cut with less inconvenience to the

people generally than the one selected
by the commissioners." I.

LeRoy B. Giles: "I think if I had Dickson-Ives Co1
been a member of the board of com- ,
missioners that I would have voted to I
do just as they have done.

J. W. Simmons: "The tax payers I
the JewelerOPPOSITE
should be given the first benefit of ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE .
the brick roads." ,

These expressions were caught at

random and may or may not repre- I POSTOFFICE Orange Ave11 Uiloo
n nI
sent the general sentiment The Sen I

tinel will welcome other expressions, t K
believing that a question of this char- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING .I Y

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THE TUNER Yesterday afternoon :Mrs. Edward j ROBINSON A STARKEY, Managers |
ORLANDO, FLA. Mil[;
Hauselt entertained most delightfullyat

cards, six tables of players being i Open 9 a. m. to 10:30 P. M. I

her guests. | Admission 5 cents
i
Father Fox is spending a coupleof Three tables were placed on the cDOI ,
I aD aDQ>DQDQI "Get It llAtMIen's" II
Jp CSI.
days in Sanford visiting. cool veranda, which was most attractive -

with potted plants which Mrs. BUYS AND SELLS
Messrs. McMillan, of Winter Gar-
,Hauselt has been so successful in

den, were in town yesterday. growing, and the other tables were REAL ESTATE PETERSBURG[ B R TO R RECAft[ ITS ... I II I....

Mr. Jim Platt is quite sick at his in the drawing room, where quantities -

home on West Washington street of pink oleander were used in CITY COMMISSIONERSOver [

Mr., and Mrs. Howard Smith, of decorating.The That GiftYou
600 south of Winter
prizes, which were the workof acres -
Plymouth, were in town shopping yes-
terday. the hostess, were particularly Garden and west of Two Hundred Names Signed to
The first the Petition Asking for a
dainty. a pretty coat hanger -
Attorney Chas. B. Robinson left Gotha, including 10 acre
in pink satin, was won by Mrs. Recall Election have no trouble in selectingthat
last night on a business trip to Jack-
The
Thomas Brodwater. As consolation, orange grove. en- Anniversary
Birthday, Wedding or -
sonville. Mrs. Davis Fishback received a dainty tire tract covered with St. Petersburg, Fla., June 2.-The

Miss Lucile Atkisson, formerly of opera bag of silk in several shadesof election for the recall of the city com- Present at our store.
this city, is a graduate of the Miami purple. yellow pine timber. Two missioners is now a certainty and

high school in the class of 1914. Punch, ice cream and cake were miles of lake shore. within a few days the petitions ask We have a complete line .of

Mr. Chas. W. Pink, who resides on served, MrrHauselt being gracefully 4-23-1 ing for the election will be turned [I Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or

West Central avenue, has gone to assisted by Mrs. Cameron Mann, Mrs. over to the city clerk. There are now D

Cairo, III, to spend the summer. Helen F. Bliss and Miss Kilmer. .iiMtMMMilllillilltMlPRESBYTERIAN considerably over 200 names signed to plated) and the newest ideas in '

Mr. I. W. Graves, of Ocoee, who Mrs. Hauselt will entertain again the petitions and under the law it is cut glass.A .

deals extensively in the culture of this evening at the Summerlin. only necessary for 160 voters to sign

watermelons, was in town yesterday.Miss CHOIR BANQUET the request for the recall election. look before you buy will

THE CANDIDATES RETURN The petitions, which were requested -
Olga Rock, who was operatedupon pay you.Allen.
last week at McEwan's sanita- THANKSI Last evening at the parlors of the by J. Mott Williams, who charges
First Presbyterian church the deacons each of the three commissioners with
rium, is reported to be getting along
for the liberal and elders and their wives tendered irregularities of office and violation :'
nicely. am grateful sup-
banquet to the members of the choir of the charter under which they hold I
in the of
Miss Mary Deaderick teacher of port accorded me primary & Co.
from all of and their wives and husbands. The office, have been circulated widely ,
yesterday parts Orange
Rollins left
expression at college,
yes- table was prettily set and decorated here and have been received favor-
I wish thank friendsfor
to by
county.
terday for her summer home at Mur-
N. C. this endorsement, and will live with large vases of golden bell and ably in the most instances. There are JewelersPrompt

phy, up to my campaign pledge to repre- asparagus fern, also candle sticks some who have said they signed them

Mrs. Sam Robinson returned yes- sent all the people of the county in with yellow shades to match. Aftera but will not vote against the com- Repairing.

terday from Lakeland, where she has the legislature sumptuous course supper, Mr. W. S. missioners, and that at the election
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. believe the Everything Guaranteed.
S. S. GRIFFIN. Branch introduced the toastmaster, they present set of com-
P. Pillans. Dr. J. W. Stagg. Messrs. W. R. missioners will win. ,

Mrs. Dance, who has been visitingher O'Neal, N. P. Yowell, B. M. Robinson It will be necessary for there to be
When.I entered the race for repre-
daughter, Mrs. Cassius Boone, Donald Cheney, and F. D. Carr candidates in opposition to the com-
sentative it seemed that the office
left yesterday for her home in Louis- responded to toasts. Mrs. F. D. Carr missioners. None have announced as i
was going begging and when oppo-
ville, Ky. and Mrs. James Magruder sang yet There are several men close to
sition failed to appear for some time
,
Mr. J. H. Mooney is able to be out sweetly and both responded to en- the circulators of the petitions who
I think that
began to my candidacy
again after being confined for two or would be acceptable to a majority of cores. Miss Alice Whitman recitedone are being spoken of in a small way b. assllIIOi .cDl 1 1Peadileg
three weeks at his residence on North I of her own poems entitled, Iorn- but as yet there is no movement to > i.aaa" .,
the voters of Orange county. was
Orange avenue. unable for business reasons toy makea ing, Afternoon, and Evening," which get out opposition to the present officials :- --- - -
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greatly enjoyed. necessary
was
Mr. who has been I
DeLaney Way, personal campaign, however, and
1 attending Georgia Military academyat the vote which I received is very After the toasts all were invited tion is held. I S I II Ii

College Park, Ga., is expected to pleasing to me. I have no regretsfor into the ladies' parlors, where Mr. The commissioners state they are f : m91 .I t
not afraid of being voted on by the I ;
had
Branch most
arrwe home today. having made the race, and wishto planned a unique
/.gt and Mrs. Benjamin Drew left thank those who voted for me. guessing contest, in the shape of a people again and believe the admin '

I '/yesterday for Mr. J. H. REESE. board upon which were tacked the istration will be upheld by the people
Newport, Ky.
;Drew will return at Mrs.Drew photographs of ten of the deacons or i by a large majority. Many people .
/ to spend the summer.once, leaving The Women's Missionary Societyof elders, which were taken in their who signed the petitions for the election i r I r Peadiles I r Peaches I

earlier The first member of will vote for and work in the
Mr. and Mrs. T. B.! Segar, of Hope the Methodist church met in the years.
interest of the three men whom the
the choir who the .
guessed pictureswas
church parlors Monday P. M. The
Valley, R. I., left on the afternoon .
to oust
petitioners
I are seeking
to receive a prize which went to .
president being absent Mrs. Fuller ,
train yesterday for home. They had .
the winter pleasantly in I took the chair. After the usual bus- Miss Julia Chapman, the same beinga .
spent very REFUSED TO DISCONTINUE THE
Orlando.Mr. iness session, subjects of interest pretty little book of Friendship.Mr. : First crop from new orchard. They are the sweet
HIGH SCHOOL AT WINTER
and Mrs. S. H. Atha, who have were discussed and plans were made F. D. Carr sang an encore num- PARK : Florida Variety. The orchard is well cared for and the
for the meeting of Wednesday, when ber at the close of the program, which
been spending the winter at 304 East
Mrs. Stevens will give a lecture and was greatly appreciated.Those peaches are in splendid condition.
!
Jackson street, left yesterday for The board of public instruction yes-
in the the ladies will hera I
evening give .
present were: Mr. and Mrs.B.
Denver, Colo., to spend the summer terday refused to discontinue the
months. reception in the church parlors. M. Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. F. S. high school at Winter Park. The

Hall, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Slemons,
The lobby of the Grand theater has question had come up through the
been made even more beautiful by; Accused of luring two young girls Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., Mr. and offer of President Blackman of Rol- THE SANITARY GROCERY
away from their homes in Plant City Mrs. W. S. Branch, Dr. and Mrs. J.
lins afford the school
the placing of additional large tubs college to high I
two white'youths, who said they are W. Stagg, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ives,
of Caladiums and ferns, which add grades accommodation at the college. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Elisha Brown and F. E. Shepherd, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Alf Bumby, Mr.and
greatly to the general appearance.Mr. ,The board adjourned to meet June 26,
were arrested yesterday by the police. Mrs N. P. Yowell, Mr. and Mrs. C. when teachers will be appointed for 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
J. W. Pruitt returned to Day-
Against Brown and Shepherd techni- ,G. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Carr, Mr. the next
tona yesterday, where he is engagedin school year.
cal charges of disorderly conductwere and Mrs. James Magruder, Mr. and

the dry goods,business. Mr. Pru- prepared and their bonds were Mrs. C. W. Hendry, Mr. and MJS. Phil IS HARRIS HOLDING JOB WHILE f CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

itt came over Sunday in the car with! fixed at fifty dollars each. Being unable -I Siemens, Mr. W. R. O'Neal, Mrs J. RUNNING IN GEORGIA?
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds to see to bonds the | FUNERAL DESIGNSHiiiiiummittttiiititittittiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiDij
get they spent nightin M. Cheney, Miss Douglass, Miss Alice .

Orlando's new department stores. the police station. Both men are Whitman, :Mrs. Tom Mathews, and Washington, June 1.The collection

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Dale and houseguest said to have wives in Plant City. Misses Mary Gilchrist, Julia Chap- annually of statistics of marriagesand
Mrs. Bryant, will leave tomor-
man, Mary McQuarters, Eva McQuarters divorces throughout the United
row morning in the auto of W. J. Invitations have been received to Mabelle O'Neal, Claire Robinson States by the director of census wouldbe TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY White Star MarketSanborn

Hamrick for Ragsley, Maine. They the graduation o! Miss Do'ly Grant, Jennie Bass, Susie Magruder, provided for in a resolution intro

expect to make the trip in about fif- from Miss Saywsrd's school at Over- Berta Branch, Elizabeth Branham, duced in the senate today by Senator LOST-Alligator skin pocket book, 5 Bros., Proprietors.

teen days, and will return in the car brook, Pa. Miss Grant is pleasantly and Messrs. Donald Cheney, Louis Sheppard of Texas. or 6 keys, cards, $18.00 in bills and
next September.Mr. remembered in Oriando where she some small change in it. Reward.
Hewitt and Jenkins Dolive. i
"Oh, I didn't know we had a direc- Ed. Beeman. 6-3-3t t-
and Mrs. Sydney Gardner, who spent several months as the house tor of the census," interrupted Sena itNO
have had the art and embroiderystore guest of Col. and Mrs. T. J. Watkins.
Who is and decorator?
your painter tor Gallinger. "I understood the director Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,
at 5 North Orange avenue, leave If you are satisfied keep the one yeu Harris, had resigned to run for prices on Cow Peas 4-29m
tonight for their home in Auburn, N.' T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone have No. 636.; if not, phone W. T. Entrican 1-20-tf, for governor of Georgia."

Y. They expect to return early in 2, Orlando. 35tfDean
"That will be satisfacto-
adjusted Call and see expert cook with Ideal
the fall with an entirely fresh and up Eat what you want rily to all," insisted Senator Shep- Fireless Cookers at McCulloch's department -
to date stock of art goxls. E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- Eat all you want. pard. store every day this week I
fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, Take a postscript and forget it from 4 to 6 p. m.MiMMMIIimiMMIMii.
Empire building. 5-27-lm "Do you mean the director will resign i
For sale all durggists.
by
From 4 6 -
to an expert from the -
if he is elected or will
l-T-d&w-lyr governor
factory is demonstrating Ideal Fire-
less Cookers at McCulloch's Depart- I Read the Morning Sentinel. Price I remain director is defeated?"

ment Store. 10 cents a week. Subscribe for the Sentinel "The senator has been in politicstoo

long not to know that a man T. F. HOURIIIAN i

never resigns voluntarily," replied MATTER WHAT CUT you select -
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MMMMMMMIMIIimtlllllMIIIMMMMMIMHHMHHHMMHMMMAt Senator Sheppard. Sanitary Engineer you get first class meat at this
market. For we handle only choice

The contest for the possession of Estimates Furnished. Jobbing grain fed cattle and small stock from

The Lucerne Today the Sorrento postoffice is over. The Promptly Attended to. i,which all cuts are better than the

place has ben awarded to Dixie RoyaL PHONE 629 prime cuts from a stock of lower

106 Court Street grade. A trial will prove our meats
i
Never before in the history of Tam- worth more, though we do not charge
FLORIDA
ORLANDO
pa's port has there been such a busy it.

month and a month full of records as -2l-lm I! Phone 23

has been that in the month of May MIIiimiMMMIMMIlilltlMIIMIIIIIIHIMM' II 48 W. Church St. 56tfIf
"The Man Who Came Back reel
a one Beauty. this year. The first week of the I

month started the ball rolling when I I

"Intercepted Getaway," a one reel Majestic. the record for the year was broken '\i your paper is not delivered

and the total value of commerce han- promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

"When Hazel Met the Villian," a one reel Keystone corn- dled was more than $800,000. The Shoe Repairing ;

total value of all commerce handled
edy. during the month was more than by PARCEL POST | WOOD, COAL AND ICE
Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's
up.
three and a half million dollars and

Some more pictures and another box of candy contain- this was the most valuable month the Men's Half Soles, 7se to 8se I, Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

port of Tampa ever had in tonnage. LJdics" Half Soles, tOe to 75e \ I!!
ing a pass lor one week to the holder of the lucky coupon. Children's Half Soles, jOc to 750 I Sentinel want ads. are money get.

: Latest books, reprints 50 cents. Hand Turned Soles, $I.oo < terse Try them.IOSTEOPATHY.

Some good reading in paper covers, Heels Repaired, 2c I I

Admission: First Floor, Adults 10 Cents. Children 5 Cents I I lOc. and loc. Curtis & O'Neal's. All work returned in 24 hours. <' I
I Ordtts without remittance re-
: Buy seed from DeLaney turned C. 0. D. We pay
your garden -
Balcony 5 Cents to All. return postage. I
I & Abernethy. Just received a 1, -
: big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-t
DR. J. C .HOWELL
Continuous show from 2 m. to 10 A. Hanson ,
p. p. m. Eat what you want Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointment

: 'I : : : J Eat all you want 19 East Pine Street : i No extra charge for house treatment
Take a postscript and forget it. ,
.. I I I . For sale by all druggists. I ORLANDO FLORIDAIfMIMIIiMMIIIIIIilllli I Telephone connections
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OVER. SIX MfLUOX BOXES OFt HUERTA, ADMINISTRATOR AS superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
FRUIT SENT OUT WELL AS SOLDIER
PEOPLE'S WANTS are all right, then why not put us to the test.
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Tampa, Fla., May. 27. Up to the Victoriano Huerta has proven himself -
present time 21,036 cars of citrus to be a potent administrator as MUNNIMAKflRS

fruits had been shipped out of the well as a most efficient militarist. It Notices of Lost, Wanted, For Sale Far This WayYour
Rent, etc. for this column.,2ac for one day,
state this season, or since September would be fair to admit that he has not
tOe for three days or ILOO for one week for
15. And there's still a few more of had time to demonstrate to the world 25 words or less. Money must accompany

: them to go as evidenced by the fact how able he is to bring about the 1 insertions the advertisements will be made fer on this credit.column as no doctor gives you a prescription.He did it after carefully diagnosing your

that fifty-one cars were sent out yes- pacification of Mexico. Like Porfirio
case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
terday. Of course the crop is nearly Diaz, and the analogy between the FOR SALE

gone, though the same statement was two men is marked, he will be recognized Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would'have
made the first of May and they kepton I by foreigners and Mexicans as four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
coming, 892 cars having left the a great man. In that unhappy land Navel. Address.Mrs. M.Kahle

state since April 30. south of the Rio Grande only an iron Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf

However, as stated, the crop is hand can rule effectively, the primi- FOR SALE NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT

nearly gone and only a few hundredcars tiveness and the ignorance of the peon ..
Lot of mules cheap; good condition,
remain to be moved probably. added to his base social and mental weiging eleven to twelve hundred

f Last year's crop was well over 26- condition makes him an unruly animal pounds; account mill closed down. _If
* 000 cars, while this will run somewhat who if he is to be dominatedmust you want a bargain come and see But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

over 21,000, or probably less be dominated by brute force, the these Midland mules, eight at our miles mill from on Kissim-Florida high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas

than 21,500. only law he has been taught to respect -I I mee. Address Ansley Lumber & Tie your doctor wrote it.
y Cars have been averaging 330 boxes I during his centuries of servi- Co., Kissimmee, Fla. 5-31-6t

to a car this year, rather more than I tude. It took Porfirio Diaz twelve FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare

last year, because of improved meth- years to enforce the law and to bringan bargain; recently completely over- Don't

ods of packing, so that up to this unwonted order and prosperity to hauled and made good as new in ev- ForgetThat

time the state had shipped 6,914,880 the country. Huerta has had a little ery part; guaranteed first class con- ,
dition; must be sold at once, even at
r boxes of fruit this year. It is almost over a year to cope with the situationand sacrifice. Come, or address, White

certain, therefore, that the shipments in spite of the bitter strife within Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.

will go above 7,000,000 boxes of fruit, the borders of the republic and the 4-23-tf a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

a figure which it was thought some systematic antagonism from withouthe PROPERTY in the vicinity of New I be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo-
months ago would hardly be reached has succeeded in holding his own York city, with residence, to ex-
ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
this year. In fact, the crop was estimated much longer than he expected.It change for Orlando property on cash

at about .6,500,000 boxes, a is true that a number of inno- valuation. J. M.: 307 West street, -it chances this time to* be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
Orlando, Fla. 5-3-lm-d&w
figure which it has nicely passed. cent men have suffered under the new
these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
; Prices have been fair on the whole, dictatorship, that deputies have been FOR SALE-Dark brown horse, 14
though no records have been beaten. imprisoned, that Senator Dominiguez hands high weight 900 pounds; People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
sound and gentle; 8 years old. Price A
Next year's crop estimates are not 'mysteriously disappeared and others $150. Richard Carter, Lake Mary,
made yet, but there are plenty of .:have been less mysteriously dismissed Fla. 6-2-2t

people who will say that the crop will but on the other hand Huerta WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere

run to 10,000,000 boxes if the dry .has surrounded himself with compe- child can be kept with me.

weather is broken soon. If not muchof tent men, has sought a qualified sup- Pleasanc; surroundings more important &
the green fruit will fall before it is port and retained it. A usurper and than salary. Address J. C., care DeLaney AbernethyNext
Sentinel. 5-27-2w
fairly set. self-imposed dictator he may have
z.
been, but for that matter so have
FOR SALE-A sound and
good mare;
t A CONSTITUTIONALIST DOLLAR been many another Mexican presi- gentle. A. Cohoon, Orlando, Fla. Door lOc Store. Orlando, Florida. I

f R BROUGHT FROM MEXICOA dent.-From "Victoriano Huerta, the 5-20-dlOt-wlmo

Man, the Soldier," by N. C. Adossi- WANTED-Unfurnished room in private ---
constitutionalist dollar, only one des, in the American Review of Re- house; light housekeeping;
thousand of which made is town or near. Address "S." 7 Gore
v were a views for June. YOUR PRINTINGLook
Orlando. Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
avenue, 5-24
s
unique souvenir brought back from
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
Mexico by John E. Kimball, who returned POISON SCATTERED ON SIDE FOR SALE-Model T runabout Ford through your desk and see if
last night after several weeks car, in first class condition, fully OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
after his inter- WALKS equipped and good casings all around. Osteopathic Physician you are in need. If there is, phoneus
spent looking mining For quick sale will take $350. C. B. at 24 and we will call, get your
ests near Guanajauto, and who says Residents in the vicinity of Grand Lindsay. P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, Fla. 132 Orange Avenue order and do the work promptly and
that conditions in Mexico are abso- Phone 321. 5-31-1w at the lowest price consistent with
Central and
Magnolia avenue yester-
lutely unspeakable. The dollar, whichis I Next door to People's Bank, ire high grade work. It will receive our
day morning discovered that a large LOST-A bunch of keys somewhere best attention. Sentinel, Court street
believed to be the only one in the quantity of bi-chloride of mercury between postoffice and my home at up-stairs. Acute and chronic -
United States, was coined by the con- No. 314 North Main Street., Please
diseases
had been scattered the treatedTelephone
tablets along
Fla.
Sanford
Write F. F. Dutton, ,
leave at this office and receive re-
stitutionalists in pinch molds at Val- sidewalks during the night hours, ward. A. B. JOHNSON DR. L H. RAMSDELL for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
erdana, where they confiscated the presumably by some malicious personor 578.Up Pepper Crates. 429m

;, American Smelting and Refining com persons who sought revenge for LOST-Fancy work bag, containing .OPTOMETRIST

: pany's smelter and stole the bullion, some personal grievance.The fancy work pair glares and other to date painting, papering, etc., (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Rubber Stamps made to order 12-5-tf.atWarman's
i: he says. tablets'attracted the attentionof articles. Return to Cooper & Atha'soffice is the kind you want. Where to getIt Repair Shop.
One side of the coin bears a Mex- 114 South Orange Ave., and ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
residents at once and on examiningthe receive reward. 6-2-'t I Entrican. I fixed La
ican eagle, with the snake in its 1-20-tf If you want your bicycle
vicinity a large half pint bottle, I Put money in thy purse by adver- hurry take it to WanVairShop.
a
3 mouth. Above this is the WANTED-To buy horse
,
r. inscription wagon 444 12
from which they had been poured, and harness. Call I Phone Auto Livery. 4-25-tf tising in the Sentinel. .
on or address
"Ejercito Constituciolalista mean- was found close by. The people at with price and description. W. H.

: ing while blown constitutionalist in large letters government are the, of once the went tablets to work that could and picked be found up be-all Funk, Pine Castle, Fla. 6-2-3t ;;:::lllllllllilllil\\\\\, \ \ ,\\\\\\\ \\\\\\ \\\\ *' \\ \\ ,\\\\\ tIT'S \\

words "Huera Huerta "kill afternoon between
meaning LOST-Sunday ,
fore harm had been done.It

Huerta.with" On the the reverse is a"Estados peculiarstar is any believed by residents that the Robinson, a kit of avenue Ford auto and tools.Orange Return avenue THE HOUSE[
inscription UP
parties scattering the poisonous tablets to Jno. C. Jones. 6-3-3t TIME TO TAKE I1

Unido Mexicanos, 1914, Un Peso, probably intended to cause the ------
1914 "The United States of
meaning death of children playing on the sidewalks FOR RENT


Mexico appears Mr. ,Kimball 1914.twice.One says Dollar.that" only The year one I likely to during pick up the the day tablets, who,would thinking be GOOD BOARD AND ROOM can be f FURNISHING R I 6 ( [ IN R RE[ l f:


were thousand made of and this that particular inscriptions dollar were they postoffice were employe candy. who H. E.lives Cowart at No., a -had 407 in South private Orange family avenue.by applyingto 5-30-6t- QUESTIBN l

106 Magnolia avenue, found the tab- FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
then changed so as to be unprintable.Three lets scattered for twenty feet in the our store at No. 9 W. Church street.

of the coins were taken to Mex- vicinity of his house.A Come in and we will show you. Pierce EEST
ico City, he says. Electric Co. 329tfTO
local druggist to whom the bot-
I
A refugee ship brought Mr. Kimball
ti tle was shown stated that the poison RENT-Some very desirable mod
back to New Orleans. He was evidently had been purchased at ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563 Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

in Vera Cruz during the capture of wholesale in some other city, as the 4-26-tf delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
that place by the Americans and has
kind of poison mentioned is not sold FOR RENT-Parties going north desire
find that -
; a number of exceedingly interesting at retail here in such large bottles. to rent new bungalow com pleasure to just what you want at prices are reasonable

;, pictures taken there,-Miami Metropolis. Citizens of that section are indig- pletely furnished. Attractive location. in every sense of the word.
5283tFOR
203 Ridgewood avenue.
nant at the act of the unknown per-
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a sons, declaring that it might have resulted RENT-Six room house, in first
: class condition. No. 210 N. Orange f
BUSINESS TROUBLES DROVE in the death of several children avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Or; CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you ii

LAKELAND MAN TO SUICIDE had not the poison been quickly re- lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-ti i iI
moved.-Tampa Tribune of Saturday.The i to purchase rood& lt extended payments, without the expense of joining t-1

Lakeland, Fla., June 1.-D. E. FOR RENT-A garage for automo-
White committed suicide in front of bile or storage purposes. 5 North clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this ,
man who lacks push is willingto Gould street. 5-31-3t !
his home here Saturday afternoon by take things as they come. I feature you.

shooting himself through the head, MISCELLANEOUSWE

death being instantaneous. Mr. White NOTICEIn ." ... ..1.1..11111..111111.11..11.11..1.11.,1.,111IIIIIIItt

conducted a furniture store here, but
the Circuit Court of Orange County. Stateof ARE PREPARED to give your 1
several months ago was forced into Florida.In children the graded school work during -
bankruptcy. For some days he had the matter of Scire Facias on behalf of the summer. This embraces Eng- :
Evelyn Mary Cooper et aL as Executors of
been worried over financial matters, George Faithfull. lish, arithmetic, spelling, penmanship, I
versus typewriting, and any other subjects :
having acted peculiarly. Saturdayhis Hy. Spencer Brooker. taught in the graded schools. Southern Kincaid & SnowdenFurniture
former Mr. Scire Facias for issuance of Execution on
partner, Childers,took Judgment Schools of Commerce, Hand build-
him out in an automobile, but seeing To the Defendant. Hy. Spencer Brooker: ing, Orlando, Fla. 5-24-3 :
You are hereby notified that a writ of
that he was acting strangely, returned Scire Facias has been sued out of said Court, NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet :
to town and had driven up in against you on behalf of Evelyn Mary Cooper potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.I
and Montague Ellis as Executors of George of Characterat
front of the White home and had just Faithful deceased the object of said writ Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant :
gotten out when White reached under being to obtain an execution against you upon Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf: :
a judgment rendered against you by said
the seat of the machine, pulled out a Court on the 7th day of November. 1895, in I. OPENED AT 14 BRYAN ST.-The : Prices
pistol and shot himself through the favor the of George 1905.Faithful his Executors!. who died testatein Florida Meat Market. Fresh meats I Popular ........ ,
year being the I
of all kinds. Fish and oysters in seaI
head, dying instantly. He leaves a said Evelyn Miry Cooper and Montague Ellis;
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and you are commanded to appear to said son. Your patronage solicited. S.
wife and two children. Deceased was writ of scire facias on or before the rule day Belch, proprietor. 5-3-lm Orlando Florida
thirty-five years of age. He came' in July, 1914, being the ARTHUR 6th day F.of July 1914. ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. ,
ODLIN.
here about two years ago from Louis- Attorney for Executors of George Faithfull First class Brazing a specialty at

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Iva Gulley has gone to spend some r '.
time with her uncle, J. Dunaway, of t'lf'1'' ORANGE GROVE THE MARKETOf

Orlando.Mr. 'ipt'ili'' ,!!!! .AII..II' ,? '-
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and Mrs. A. P. Locke, of Monte- / -

verde, were callers in town Saturday.Mr. 1 w tl d i IIIIId Cleanliness Of Quality \
B. B. Webb, of Sanford, wasa Ten acres on beautiful lake
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business caller last week. two and half miles
one from the FRESH AND SALT MEATS
'The farmers are gathering their
and it packed at court house in the fastest growing
tomato crop having rIAI I, FISH AND GAME
the A. C. 1.,. packing house. Nat -t section of Orange County, .
Harden, Jeff Harden and 0. G. Mc- : Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Seven hundred and I
Quaig, of Monteverde, are packing.Mrs. S c ? orange grape :
Paul Rhodey and father, Mr. fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

G. A. White, left Tuesday for Mr I Low Round Trip RatesFROM full bearing. This grove is a : and pure.
White's home in West Mineral, Kan- I
sas. We are sorry to lose Mrs. Rho- r, JACKSONVILLE .big, paying proposition. Owneris : We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

dey, as our town needs a restaurantand st.I..mY pus Ckkaf $43.59 Ciaciauti $33.00 getting old and must sell. : everything in the Meat Line.
O..m. SS.60 St. r..1 S6.75 Uiiwlle. 31.50 I
quick meal counter. I C.UnieSpriaS.$8fl D.I.Ia. CUI KaoiTiilt ZI.40Silt Present on trees indicite I
. crop
Oakland III Lake CitJ 71.60 Wuiipef 76.75 EnnuiD 32.25Tonal
Three little girls of East ,
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YtllowsicM 7S.lt 4S.SO 3(30
who have large hearts, are dispensingcool Ptrtiud .> .> lOi.OO Moatrul 55.45 Freack liduupofis Lick 35.20 two thousand boxes. Price only. The PARLOR MARKET
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II I Seattle 106.00 Petotkey ,. 51.53 Toled.41.10
drinks and ice cream to passers- LM Alleles 89.50 ftbckiue '. 53.00 Detroit. 43.50 $6,5t)0.) Cash $4,000. Balance on .
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I % Sas Fnicnci 8J.SO BaifiU 47.40 Ckantigqu 41.40J
by. If you happen to pass by when Glacier Park 82.75 Mittira Falls 47.40 Mtmmatk Can 30.90
the sign is out just stop and enjoy J Low rates to other points in Colorado California,Canada, Minnesota terms. : H. M. Self & Co.
,Michigan,the Great Lake and Rocky Mountains. Proportionallylow .
will be in
yourself. You helping a rates from other points in the State. I
good cause, as they are saving their I Ticket on sale daily until September 30. Return limit Ode 31. Cooper Atha : PINE STREET
funds for an orphanage.Mrs. VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT
Wise returned from her extended (i LAKE COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. 114 South : Phone No. 80lillMlilllllilllillimtmilMMIiMtiUMIiMIM
i Going through St Louis,returning through Chicago Orange Ae, Ground Floor I
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visit to her daughter at Jacksonville -
or vice versa. Liberalstopooyer.on all tickets. .
and Orange City last week. TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311 .. *
A warm welcome awaited hr from' jam fj'' Il I I I I routes.through train. daily;choice of three different t

all her friends.On I
Thursday evening about thirty Three daily trains to the southwest through New iY"'IIIII'I'I"'I"'III'IIIIIII"'I"Iall"1"1"1 '
/ Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time.
children surprised Norman Gulley by -- Rock LaHast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illus.
J I trated booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleep
carrying him a May basket. They inK car reservations and other information,addreu,

had Little a delightful Annie Query time.gave a birthday j ,j III'( Florida Paiunf Agent, y
W. M.
sary party on in Monday honor of evening her eighth, a week anniver-ago. I'+I ,' i II ''Iyl 134 West&y Street.JACKSONVILLE...FLA. SLEMONS

Those present were Luther and Myra .. I
Sadler, Waldo and Ruth Steinbach,
Dan and Dorris Smith, Thelma and *
Edward Petris, and Lloyd Vick. fare SOP New Goods Arriving Daily

Dewey and Lillian Vick gave a DAILY BETWEEN

Japanese tea party to a fw friendsin BUFFALO .
honor of her cousin, Hilda Griffin, w Y11. u flEVELAND .

of Orlando, on Friday night. Miss

Hilda is spending 'a week with the (
Vick family. May Petris won the
prize for being the prettiest Jap. I We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Miss Gussie Henschen left Satur-
4. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
day to spend the summer with her THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"length

sister, Mrs. Henry Bevis, of Arcadia. Crater S00 feed ia breath 98 rest,lncl.;510 fUtwoom nd parson o cwt in all
-Urger propartionndier in all trmuntmrnti -thin say suuaer oalalaad
We wish her a pleasant outing.On waters of the world; la tango JOM iJth.Magnificeat .
Tuesday of last week Mrs. Steamm"SEEANDBEE""Gty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

Maurice and Sunday school class en- Daily-BUFFALO And CLEVELAND-Mar it to Dee.1,1LmeBaaalo G Best place in the city to trade.
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joyed a basket picnic and launch ride '00 P.H. LenOn ka4 9:00 P.)(.
Aim Cleveland .
730 A.H. Arrive Buffalo 730 A.H.
on Johns lake. They landed on a tiny (EutoraSuodudTiBe)

island covered with large oaks, a 0M C.eetfsn.atf3w1 ntOimg twtwcea JfatPatd.B..ToledoDeuoitad.npoiotsTesutdSomkwat.Rdlroad BcffaU....Ckmlmad ar. (od fortrauporUIfaMm ou steamers.
beautiful spot. Everett Hancock piloted Ask;oor ticket....tat tides via C.&B.Lina. Write as for bandigae OliMtnited booklrt free.

the party, which he did very THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland 0. W. M. SLEMONS

nicely, and the class voted him hearty
thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Michael entertained ORANGE AVENUE

ville, over Mr.Sunday.Mr. F. E. Gilbert. of Jackson- To the West and NorthwestVIA MliimMMMMMIlMiiniiiiiMiMHtiiiittiMMKOur

: Joe Neil and family moved to /
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their Formosa.the Briley return We cottage to wish their last them old week home.success, from in DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND & 7. :


Thursday Mr. S. B.for Hull in an and their extended family will trip leave on SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDIXIE ii!!:I !;I !:I:! .+41 I " " '"


the East coast car. They go 111111,1,11 .
to Daytona and New Smyrna, then on Dixie Dale
FIler.SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
to Miami and nearby points. Limited.
T Orlando A. C. L..12:31 am 1:11 pm I y Orlando ........................ 3:11 p
I r Jacksonville A. C. I.... 1$45 am 130 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 1:30 p New Line of Gas Ranges
LUCERNE MATINEE SPECIAL' y Jacksonvile A. C. L... ISiam 8:25 pm y Jackaonville A. C. L. ........... 1:15p m .
y W.rcrou. A. C. L..ll am 101 pm y Waycross A. C. I. .............100 p
I r Macon G. S. II F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. II F. .............. 1:46. Will be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them,
r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm '16.. r AUanta. C. of Ga .............. 1r :'\% a
On and after this date, during the Chattanooga W. II A..1:1I am 11:55 am r Kno L. II N. .............1:11 p consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our floor, and will sell
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summer months, I will admit free of h
r uhrille. N. C. SL L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville: L. N. .............. S:1:: pAr : them at the following reductions during June:
charge, all children under twelve SL Louis, L G.II L. I: N. Z:50 pm 10 am r Indtaitapolm 4a I. ............ 1:sOa Old Price Will Sell For

years of age, accompanied by adults Ar Lexin2ton. L. I: N. ............ Ii:50 p 1, Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$!O.OO $30.00
Ar .
purchasing a ten-cent ticket, to the Hopkinaville. L. II N........... 6:%1pm Ar Cincinaati L. N. ............. 8:50
Ar Evansville) L. N..... pm 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range 40.00 30.00
9:28 am 9:25 pm r halamasoo G. R. I: L ..........1:20
matinee performances of regular picture Ar Terre Haute, G. i E. L. lhm 1:01. r Grand Rapids, G. R. II L ....... %:43 pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges 35.00 27.50
shows.It Ar Chicago C. i E. L..... 1:50 pm 1:50.m r Cleveland. Big Four ............. '%:15 I 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges .20.00 17.50
will give the mothers a chanceto
bring the kiddies to a high class, Solid train composed LIMITED of section drawing. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July
clean entertainment during the hoursof com sleeping cars, observation eempartmeat Solid train composed of electric light an and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and eoac h
two and five in the afternoon, Chicago and
section drawing-room sleeping lie between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and: ,
show them a good time and still i ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville. Louisville ana Indianapoli i/;
know where and what DIm FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville I
they are theyare a::
Solid train carrying electric lighted eonv Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car betwe Orlando Water &
doing. A. G. KENT I I ighted artment section, observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers., and electlie First- Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Monda>< I Light Company
lass coaehe and smoking car. Dining car and Thursdays of each. week. Dining eu ,.
Manager Lucerne Theater. 1 errs meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati .. Gas Department

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Jrompt Attention Uniform Courtesy [ Situation Arises at the Sheds 11
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Q Details Ohlt Where the Dead Are Held

for Identification
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Quebec, June 2.-The first public
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funeral of victims of the collision between -
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of Ireland iiA
the steamer Empress -
THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO and the collier Storstad is to beheld : ; r

tomorrow, when the bodies of : : .. Man's{ Triktte"Since 1 l ;' ( (

pine of the crew will be buried. .

Mayor Napoleon Druin, aided by'anadian '. :' \ c( "; :) i)

CHOOSING INVESTMENTSIs Pacific officials and promi- : : rllt( \(;)' 1I\V' \ .(t?:\
not a light undertaking for even men of nent men of the town, is arrangingfor .: ,a \ : ...,J
the There is to be .
ceremony. a
wide knowledge and business experience.The .
public procession, headed by the Royal I began turning a regular amount over to my
careful investor never for a moment Canadian Garrison Artillery band wife each month, I have never had the slightest worryover

permits the interest rate to influence his judg- and detachments from the warship : household affairs. She regulates expenses so she
Essex and the local military forces
ment as to the safety of the principle.To has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great
will be in line. The schools are to
the inexperienced investor, the ONE close and for a time business will be business head."

SAFE COURSE is to put his or her money in suspended. '
Responsibility for the collision, J\ .r T"livli'. 'fY I Yl'iJt\\\I: \ I
this bank, taking one of our Certificates of Deposit -
just now a subject of bitter contro-
earning 4 per cent interest. versy, will be fixed by the royal com- : can do wonders toward helping her husband get aheadif

This avoids every element of chance, givesa mission appointed to make a thor- \ she is given a chance to run her home on a business
ough inquiry. The members of the : basis.
safe, sure interest return with the principlesecure commission are Sir Adolph Routhier, '

and available any time. judge of the court of admiralty of / =. Come in and start an account for jour wife here; ..

Quebec, and the Hon. Ezekiel McLeod, :" we will give her the benefit of other women's exper :
chief justice and judge of the admir- iences. :'
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alty court of New Brunswick, ap- ; .
pointed by the Canadian government, ', '" .; ..:: Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve you" {,."...." .'. .'

,and George L Vaux, of the British '. ... ..
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Board of Trade, named by the British '. \: ; :
government. :..:: I\'r\: ::\,: ..t:

The hearings will begin June 9, but --- -
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1 whether in Montreal or Quebec has \
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Will Put the Reinsof not arisen The been number in feature decided.the funeral of of disputes the shed identification that is a have surprising o F ; : @ J A 0.-L I


Success in Your work that has been going on there.In .
less than five
one case no persons .. :. ._ .. .. .. .. .. .
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: contended for the possession of one ( ." :' ,,-'-;" .::.- :-; ":, :.. I .. .. ; '
Hands of the little girl victims, with the result .. -
that when the pier was closed

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perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative altered are the features of the I
dead that many mistakes are made. .111111118111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III IIIIIIIIIt
E, call on you. He will give you a Some_who were sure at first that they

,; formula that will make and had recognized the bodies of dear
mature
ones later wavered in their belief and :

your fruit. their sometimes;; previous even impression.One returned. to affirm : M GRAND THEATER i


body identified late yesterdaywas ,,
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... that of Leonard Palmer, the lon- ,

.r don Financial the tour of News the man British, who manufacturers organized -- COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN !

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FLORIDIAN HURT IN WASHINGTON -
|" ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAtlllMliniMlilMMIMIMIMIMHMIIIIIIIIIIMIH .1
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Washington, D. C., June 2.-Eu-
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----t -- n -- -- gene Knight, of Daytona Beach, is at MR. WALTER DRENNEN will sing at the evening performances.

i HMIIIIIIIIMMMHMHtMIIIIIIIIIIMMIIMHl Emergency hospital, suffering from 1\1
many severe cuts and bruises about :: THREE OTHER TALENTED PEOPLE will entertain you sur-

the head, caused by the automobile II prisingly. Come see who they are. A real treat is in store for you.
: COW PEASWe wreck of" last night in which he was .

one of the victims. His condition is wonderful War Dramain
Y : "The Weaker Brother, a
pronounced as good as could be expected -
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": J.-.;r:4T:: '.1... 4, t.,; under the circumstances, but it two parts. If you crave excitement---see this.
will be miraculous if he escapes per-

have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- fifty manent and disfigurement sixty stitches, as were between taken i I! "Wh lles and the Diamond Pin." That funny man

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming by the surgeons who treated him. in the funniest comedy.
Four persons were hurt in the acci-
f quantity desired. Price sure right. dent last night at the foot of Four- Skeleton real Kalem drama.
: : "The Family a
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of teenth street, southwest, in Potomac ,
park, in the collision of two automo- : :

all kinds. biles, a four-passenger car operatedby All this, with a big surprise and

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- Grover Welford, of 1437 Pennsylvania ;: "That Orchestra," for
avenue, southwest, and contain- II
riers, etc. Phones 181191. ing Mr. Knight, Robert W. Tyson, 38, II
1 Winston Hotel, and Miss Mattie Den- CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.

ny, of the Winston, skidded into a car ,. -
F. F. DuttonSANFORD
operated by Robert C. Howard, of II
1516 H street, northwest, containingMrs. :: :: Civic League Day. Come help the poor.MMIIHMMIIIIIIIIIIMM" .

\ FLORIDA Howard and her sister. "PI
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Howard was slightly bruised on the
wrist. trial the present four defendants and CARRANZA MUST QUIT
iMIMimilimMiHiMIIIHIIMIIIMiliUiiillltfATTENTION NAVAl STORES MEN WERE George N. Boardman of New York,

FLETCHER GETS VOTE 3 TO 1 also an official were convicted. Fines (Continued from page 1)
IN SAVANNAH
ACQUITTED were levied and in addition Mr. Shot- in
ranzaists, as published dispatchesfrom
(Continued from page 1) ter and Mr. Meyers were sentenced to I El Paso this morning, arpused
-Fletcher and Stockton running three months imprisonment each.
Did Not Take the Jury Very Long to I the Mexican delegates to the pitch of
close in Hillsborough. Sparkman will An appeal was taken to the United I I indignation and they issued a counter
1 Stock Reducing Sale be renominated over Angle and De. Return a Verdict of States circuit court of appeals, where I I statement, which was so undiplomat-
Not Guilty 1 the lower court was
Berry. the verdict of I ically blunt that it had to be toned
affirmed. Application was then madeto
I down by the mediators.The .
FLETCHER LOSES IN COUNTY Savannah, Ga., June 2.-At 10:15 I the United States supreme court Mexicans said Huerta was pre-
Continued 30 Days OF HILLSBOROUGH o'clock last night the jury returned a for a writ of error. It was grantedon I pared to resign, but will not until

Tampa, Fla., June 2.-Special.-) verdict of not guilty in the case of June 19, 1913, the supreme court "Mexico shall be politically pacified."
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Sparkman was renominated by less the government against E. S. Nash, finally handed down a decision set- The Mexicans also made it clear
TOES: : HILTON DOT than one thousand votes. Fletcher S. P. Shotter and J. F. C. Meyers, of ting aside the verdict of guilty.No I that they would quit the mediation

carries the district but loses in this Savannah, and Carl Moeller, of Jacksonville recommendation was made as congress as soon as they were called
county. officers of the suspended to a retrial of the defendants, but I upon to consider "an imposition from
: Agents for Barclay Corsets American Naval Stores company, United States District Attorney Ack- I the outside." Neither would they

SEARS WILL CARRY DADE charged with violating the Sherman erman had the case set for May 18 consent to "anything that could hurt

McCall's Patterns Miami, Fla., June 2.-Special-( ) anti-trust law. It is understood the this year and with a few minor delays the sovereignty of the Mexican na
the accused, with the exceptionof
Sixteen precincts outside Miami give verdict was reached on the first ballot tion."
Mr. Boardman again placedon
were
.111111.11".1111111..11111111111111111111111111111,. Fletcher, 309; Stockton, 382. Sears trial. This interpreted means that the
will carry the county. The case was given to the jury in Mexicans will not tolerate Washington's -
The case against the latter was dismissed -
the United States court at 6:30 : espousal of Carranza, if the
TEACHERS EXAMINATION IS ON MRS. STEVENSON'S PUPILS GIVE FAVORITE CHANGES HANDSMr. o'clock after a day spent in arguments with the approval of Attor- rebel leader is permitted to continue

MUSIC RECITALMrs. H. J. Robinson has sold the of counsel. W. M. Toomer, of ney General McReynolds. Mr. Board- fighting. The Mexicans struck at
Ten white and sixteen colored applicants Stevenson's piano pupils helda Favorite theater to Mr. G. 0. Jones, I! Jacksonville, special prosecutor for man testified for the government at Carranza's refusal to mediate con-
are taking the regular June recital in the Baptist church last of DeLand. Mr. Jones is experienced the government's case, made the clos- the present trial. cerning the internal affairs of Mexicoby

examination for teachers. The examinations 'night. The rendition of the excellent in this business and will take ing argument in behalf of the prose- stating that they were perfectly
will continue until Satur- program marked the close of the possession of his new house Thurs- cution, following which Judge W. I. It's all right to decorate an old willing to do so themselves.
day. The number is unusually small term. All the pupils showed marked day. Mr. Robinson will remain herea Grubb, of Birmingham, charged the house with paint, but a cynical old
for the June examination.For progress, indicating that they had couple of months longer before go- face-well, that's different. Love is considered the ruling pas-
worked diligently and had earned ing to join his wife in North Caro jury.The trial just concluded was the I sion, but occasionally the almighty
the news, read The Sentinel their vacation. lina. second in the case. In the previous Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. dollar administers a terrific joltr


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