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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 6, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE 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.

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1911. NUMBER 99.E .

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FOUGHT BY SOME D BY fPT. 1 u. S. SUPREME COURT IF HE MUST BE CONVICTEDON DIRECTOR[ R IN MR. PATCH AT TAMPICO AWAITED

SOUTHERN MEMBERS WITH ANXIETY
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Council Passes Ordinance Requiring PERJURY City Renews Its Monthly Appropriation -

INMDPOW01IOI.C.C01ISSI[ I Signs and Other Such Obstruc- to Assist Members in Maintaining H NUERIA[ DELEGATES[ [ LIKELY TO ijWT

tions to Be RemovedAll CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS INVOLVED HELD[ UP AS CZAR OF MONOPOLY Their OrganizationSome

AUTHORITY GIVEN TO PROHIBIT IF UNITED STATES DOES NOT

ISSUE OF SECURITIES BY RAIL- post and overhanging signs time ago the monthly appro- TAKE STEPS TO PREVENT THE
must be removed from the streets of PLEA THAT DEFENDANT WAS I FINANCIERS WHO WERE DEALT priation of fifty dollars given by the
ROADS WHERE PHYSICAL LANDING BREACH OF FAITH
j Orlando by or before September 1. NOT PRESENT WHEN VERDICT I HEAVY BLOWS IN MELLEN'S city council to the Orlando Concert
PROPERTY DOES NOT APPEARTO WILL BE CLAIMED BY HUERTA'GOYERXIEXT
1 Such are the requirements of an ordi- AGAINST HIM WAS __ TESTIMONY ANXIOUS FOR Band was discontinued, but at Tues-

JUSTIFY IT nance passed by the city council yes- RENDERED AND COURT DOWNFALL FORMER day's meeting the appropriation was

terday afternoon. The ordinance was renewed, though it was placed at

Washington, June 5.-(Special)- passed upon the vote of Councilman DENIED HIM RIGHT PRESIDENT OF ROAD forty dollars a month. Washington, June 5.-Special.-( )

The anti-trust legislation advocatedby Johnson and Mayor Sperry, Councilman I i Director Starkey, who has had The problem of the steamship Antillanow

Robertson-voting against it. Atlanta, Ga., June Hearings on I charge of the band, has sold his interest
President Wilson passed the house Washington, June 5.-(Special.)- on the high seas bound for Tam-

this afternoon by decisive votes, the I It is understood that one object of I II the motion to set aside the verdict The conviction of Mellen for perjury, in the Favorite theater and pico with arms for the constitutionalists -

three bills carrying plans for the fur- the ordinance is to clear the business I. which pronounced Leo M. Frank it was learned late today, is the aim left Orlando and the band last night tonight overshadows all other immediate -

ther reform of big business and the I streets in preparation for the proposed guilty of the murder of Mary Pha- of the Morgan-Rockefeller-Baker elected Mr. A. A. Patch to succeed issues in the Mexican situa-

issuance of securities. The bills will white way. Another purpose is gan, the little factory girl, for which clique if driven to the last ditch. The him.Mr. tion. It both overshadows and threatens -

be__ _sent_.__ to.. the.n_ senate_un___ tomorrow. I to rid the streets of the numerous crime the young factory superintendent New Haven wreckers have summonedthe Patch occupies the position of mediation.

The bill giving the Interstate Com- unsightly signs that now mar the now is under sentence of death, highest priced lawyers in America teller at the People's National bank. It is apparent that if the United

merce Commission the power to regu- vision. opened before Judge Ben H. Hill of to wage battle against "Squealer"Mellen He has had twelve years experiencein i States follows either one of two direct -

late issues on stocks and bonds by Councilman Robertson was of the the Fulton county superior court here as they call him in private band work before coming to Orlando I I courses open to it the peace negotiations -

common carriers was opposed by opinion that certain exceptions mightbe today. conversation. They declare he has i and is also director of the Methodist I I will collapse. For this

Southern state's rights men becauseit made. There were some expensive The motion is based on the claim given testimony that threatens to i iI Sunday school orchestra, and reason it is believed that the United

carried no provision retaining in signs, he said, that would be rendered that Frank's constitutional rights I ruin the reputation of three of the the boys feel sure that he will makea States will try to take an indirect

the state railroad commissions the !I valueless by the ordinance, and were violated when the verdict was richest and most powerful groups in most competent leader. course in handling the matter, suchas

power they now have under the state the passage of it, he contended, would returned during his absence from the I America-Rockefeller, Morgan and The regular Saturday night and persuading Cuba to notify Huerta
laws. work the court room. Judge L. S. Roan trial Baker. Sunday afternoon concerts will be
a hardship upon owner I that he can not interfere with the
As passed, the bill requires rail- I judge in the famous case, permittedthe played from now on, and new and bet- I '
Councilman Johnson said that he I Legal reinforcements are being. entry of the vessel flying its flag into
roads to file with the commission notice returning of the verdict while I ter music will be taken up immediately. -
i doubted if any law was ever passed rushed to Washington daily, and the the free port of Tampico. The Antilla -
of all proposed new security issues that didn't work a hardship on some Frank was absent on representationof "word has gone forth from the mil- The concerts on Saturday nights flies the Cuban flag.If .
and the commission is authorizedto attorneys for both prosecution and will be played on the streets, while
The be Ilionaires "convict Mellen of perjuryor
one. general good was to con- the administration is to carry
prohibit such issues, where the defense that there was possibility ofa on Sunday afternoon they will be on
pur- sidered in the enactment of laws, he or are undone. out its announced policy of maintaining -
of the issue is not approved or public demonstration.In Lake Eola, probably about four
.pose said, rather than individual profit or Millionaire T. DeWitt Cuyler, a Tampico as an open port and itself -
the physical value of the propertydoes He it would be their fight to secure Frank's o'clock, but the time will be an-
convenience. thought j prominent financier and lawyer, on undertakes to protect the Antilla
not justify it. Later report to wrong to except any from the provisions freedom his lawyers in addition to !I the stand today held up Mellen as the nounced later. from Huerta's gunboats the United

|the, commission by the railroads must of the ordinance. making every effort to secure a new ( real ruler of the New Haven. He States will then be in the position of

state the cash received from the sale .. trial for their client, determined to also made Mellen out a prevaricator. committing an act of war against the
of the issues and the OLD MAP DISPROVES p [ TEDDY'SRIGHT [
new purposesto take the case to the United States supreme -I Other witnesses today, including Led- dictator and mediation will probably
which the cash was applied. WANT MONUMENT 10 MARK court if necessary. It is
i yard, held Mellen up as the ruler and OF f DISCOVERY terminate at once.
through the motion to set aside the '
I czar of the New Haven monopoly If, on the other hand, the administration -
SITES Of OlD f FORTS verdict that they propose to do this.
Everybody on the Morgan-Rockefeller
i doesn't actually prevent the
FOUNDER Of[EXPERIMENT STATION Should Judge Hill deny the motion an
(side today displayed irritability, and River of Doubt Is Shown on Map landing of arms for the constitutionalists -
appeal will be taken to the United were plainly nervous. When the investigation it is quite possible that the
IN GEORGIA DEAD More Than Two Hundred
Orlando Man Originates a Plan for I States supreme court. Hearings on I first opened it was dem- Huerta delegates will quit the peace
Preserving the Historic Spots in the extraordinary motion for a new Years Old
onstrated that the New Haven finanI conference on the ground that the ad-
Capt. R. J. Redding Passes Away at Florida to PosterityTo I trial also will be held by the state-supreme I ciers welcomed it, but since Mellen ministration has committed a breachof

His Griffin Home I court in the near future. Solicitor Chicago June 55. Roosevelt's
at Ripe I testified they changed their tune, and faith. Their position in such event
Old Age ___ an Orlando man, Mr. J. H. I General Hugh M. Dorsey said I all are thoroughly. scared. No effort claim that he discovered a 1,000-mile' will be that the arms were taken on
Brice .iff.. due the credit! for nriOMnaf-.. ..._ that he I
wing early today was ready to oppose will be spared to discredit Mdlen's river in Brazil is disputed by the Rev. the part of the United States and

Griffin, Ga., June Folowing an a plan to preserve the historic the motion to set aside the verdict I veracity. Bernard urray, pastor of St. Ber- that this government had ample notice -
attack of acute indigestion Wednes- spots of Florida to posterity. Mr. and that so far as he was con- nard's church, Englewood.The .
of the destination of the Antilla.
day, Captain R. J. ,Redding, one of Brice's plan is simple and upon the cerned there would be no more delay. Ledyard on.the Stand river which the Bull Moose

the foremost citizens of this sectionof :whole inexpensive. He would have The answer of the prosecution to I chief says he has "put on the map"

Georgia, was found dead in bed at !the sites of the old Indian and Spanish I the motion to set aside the verdictwas Washington, June 5.-Lewis Cass has been on the map for the last 225 MIliTARY Will CAMP AT BLACK
Ledyard, continuing his testimony to-
6 o'clock yesterday morning. He was I forts marked by a monument of I read to Judge Hill by Solicitor I years, according to Father Murray.

77 years of age. I uniform size and design. 'I General Dorsey immediately after the day on New Haven railroad financial ;I Father Murray produced a 225-year- POINT THIS YEAR
affairs before the Interstate Com
His death was unexpected, as his Mr. Brice ,has no fixed idea of the i hearing was opened. After he had I I old map to back up his denial of the

health had been good recently. At : design that he would have employed ; finished Mr. Dorsey filed a general I j merce Commission, denied that the Roosevelt discovery
i. : New, .. Haven. directors were.. "dummies"__ _______ I : .
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midnight he was resting easily, but or proposed monuments demurrer to the motion. j I The nver of WhICh tolonel: Koose- Plans for Sending Troops to Augusta
I I that the late J. P. for-
but it has occurred to him that : or Morgan or
passed away before daybreak withouta I In his answer Mr. Dorsey admitted nIt claims to be the discoverer is the
of
I Changed on Request Adjutant
President Mellen dominated the
struggle the figure of a white man and Indian : that Frank was not in court I II' mer Madera or Madeira, if Father Mur
present ; I
board. He said he often had General Foster
He is survived by his wife and five clasping hands would be an appropriate -' when the verdict against him was re-I opposed ray's deductions are correct. The

children, R. A. Redding, S. A. Red- design.In I' turned, but declared that both Frank Mr. Morgan, that the board meetings :I Colonel simply rediscovered the Madeira -

ding, Mrs. William C. King, of Atlanta view of the recent introductionof and his attorneys had waived his ,l were well attended and that gener- I Father Murray says. Instead of going to Augusta, Ga.,

; Mrs. S. B. Sawtell and Henry a bill to appropriate $25,000 fora ,| presence and that the attorneysI ally all the directors took part. in the I" The map which Father Murray exhibited for encampment, as had been origi

George Redding, of this place. The monument to the Seminole chief, I agreed to the court not to take advantage proceedings.The is printed in a quaint old vol- nally planned, the Florida troops will

funeral will be held here Friday Osceola, Mr. Brice thinks that his 1! of the defendant's absence. profit of John L. Billard in the I ume entitled "Geography Rectified," go to Black Point camp, near Jack-

morning from the First Methodist plan would make a stronger appeal. The solicitor general argued that 1 Boston and Maine transaction, Mr. I which was published in London in sonville, the change having been

church. Instead of spending that sum for a | Frank's absence was permitted by the Ledyard said he had considered "out- I 1688, and of which Robert Morden wrought! about through the interces-

Captain Redding had occupied a single monument that many spots of i court and did not operate to the injury j rageous." He had so told Mr. Mellen, I II i was the author. sion of Adjutant General J. ..Cliffordn.

prominent place in Georgia affairs historic interest and the deeds of I of I he declared. Under questioning by i iI Foster.
any one or deprive Frank of
for a quarter of a ,century, being a many men could be marked and com- I any right granted by law I Chief Counsel Folk for the commis- !I STE.UIEGROUXD SINKING i The Florida Metropolis says that

pioneer in the state's agricultural ad memorated with a similar or smallerI sion, Mr. Ledyard refused to 'testify :i General Foster took the matter up

vancement. During the civil war he I I Referring_ to .public opinion in con- !! that one of the entries.in the New :1' Montreal, June 5.-(Special.)-Ac- with the government and pointed out
sum.Mr. nection with the Mr. I
case Dorsey
served for four years as captain of Brice owns considerable property I Haven minutes relating to a Billard ;, ording to a wireless received here that the local camp was better, and
the forty-sixth Georgia regiment. He I at Geneva and at his own said at no time was there any well company transaction was "false," but {' aboard: the steamship )Ie antic late that the expense of transportation,
eX-I' basis for the j
grounded
or reason suspicion -
was an author of numerous works on pense erected a slab to mark the said it did not represent what had occurred : \tonight the steamship Alsagain is which would have amounted to almost
that mob violence would be i I
agriculture and for twenty years was, of old Fort Lane. Since the place at the meeting.Mr. +:i.:aground and sinking near Father $16,000, could be saved by going
done the defendant or his counsel had
editor of agricultural publications. was marked it has been visited by I ; Ledyard's testimony was enlivened ; Point] and passengers are being trans- into camp here. The government
I they been present He charged that !iFrank's (
He founded the Georgia experiment many, and the school children by a lively clash with Mr. Folk, i ferred to tugs. agreed and the plans were changed.
partic.1 conducted the
lawyers so
station and was its first director, ularly have exhibited an case |' in which the witness insisted in answering General Foster is highly pleasedover

which position he held for seventeen ; it, and have learned the history con- that innocent occurrences were mag- questions in his own way ]I BASEBALL RESULTS the turn in militaryaffairs and
nified and a studied effort made to
years. i nected with it. The fort was named "Do you understand anything you; predicts an excellent camp. Money
impress the court with the
Captain Redding was a native of I for an Indian fighter, a West Pointer, I of prejudice and existence j i|say may be used against you?" asked i i ii Philadelphia 13, Pittsber 3. spent in getting ready for the work

south Georgia, moving to Atlanta I who committed suicide after having public feeling i Mr. Folk. Boston 7, Cincinnati 2. will be spent upon the rifle range and
I against the accused man. In conclud-
when he was elected assistant commissioner .given the Indians a chance to kill ing his answer Mr. Dorsey asserted; "Oh, yes." t, Brooklyn 5, Chicago 9. will be permanent
of agriculture number of him. Mr. Brice attempted to get : "Your relations with Morgan were j New York 3, St Louis 8. Colonel J. S. Mallory, of the twen-
I that Frank his
by silence until April
years ago. lIe held that office through I Lane's record from the archives at, i 16, had forfeited all right to take i'::' quite intimate. You made yachting i i American League ty-ninth infantry, U. S. army, will

several administrations, leaving it to I Washington, but failing there the details ex- : trips with hm and you drew his will i Detroit 55-3, St. Louis 6-0. be the camp commander. It is
ception to the verdict the
become the director of the experiment I were supplied by the late Sydney i on ground >!: and were made one of his execu- Chicago-Cleveland; rain. planned to have one battalion of his
that he not when it
station when that was established Herbert, of Maitland, who had all 'I was present was | tors?" Federal League regiment present.
handed down. Mr. claimed
He retired about seven or eight years such data at his finger tips. In relat- Dorsey i ii i "That is correct" I Pittsburg 3, Baltimore 14. These regulars will be instructorsin
that
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for the
defense
ago and was succeeded by Martin V. .' ing Lane's history Mr. Herbert stated I legally attorneys bound by the made were j j j Mr. Ledyard said he often opposedMr. Brooklyn 2, Buffalo 6. matters of drill, etc., for the Na-

Calvin. He was one of the state's ex that it was surprising how many of agreement I: Morgan. Kansas City 1, St Louis 2. tional Guardsmen. The exact date of
at the time the verdict
A'perts in agricultural affairs. i j i the Indian fighters had killed them- was returned, j j Mr. Folk asked about a small dividend Indianapolis 4, Chicago 5. the camp has not been fixed. It is believed
not to take
advantage of Frank's ab-
Before taking public office Captain selves. :] it will be time in the
I| sence. I i: in connection with an under- : Southern League I that some
Redding was a planter and lawyer.Of I!. In speaking of the idea of marking ,' writing syndicate which Mr. Morgan I II Memphis 5,5 Montgomery 4. early part of August. By that time

late years he had devoted his timeto nil such spots, Mr. Brice said that *"-- --- ---- I had urged Ledyard to accept although I II Atlanta 11, New Orleans 6. the road to the camp will be in good

literature and to editing the agricultural -;, Fort Gatlin in Orange county shouldI only a few instances would this be he said he did not want it. '! Birmingham 7, Nashville 2. condition, as the county commissioners

department of the Atlanta I, be preserved in some manner, and so done, because of the expense, and "Well, you finally took it." I Mobile-Chattanooga; rain. are now busy'paving it.

Constitution. it was with a number of other forts. that a general appropriation to mark "Yes, I took it and gave it to a South Atlantic League

He recalled that there was a move all in like manner would meet with charity in which Mr..Morgan was in- I Columbia 4, Jacksonville 2. THE WEATHER

Latest books, reprints 50 cents. ment on foot to rebuild Fort Matanzas. more genera] approval. The matter terested. Charleston 6, Albany 0.

Some good reading in paper covers, While such work is desirable I will probably be laid before Florida's "So he had his way after all?" I Macon 4, Augusta 1. Florida: Scattered thunder showers -

lOc. and 15c. Curtis & O'Neal's. Mr. Brice is of the opinion that in representatives in congress. (Continued on page 4)) Columbus 5, Savannah 4. Saturday and Sunday.






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ITEMS cousin, W. G. Talton, on Central ave- CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS ._
nue. We are having some nice rains
A large and commodious water tank now to give nature a good refresh- $ yur"l9ill frJ
A. C. Starbird was in Orlando yes-
business. for wetting tile, a large mixng bed, ing drink.
trday on
for wetting tile, a large mixing bed, Mrs. Mattie Lusader of Orlando, And if you wish to hear the world's best music -
H. H. to Orlando *
Witherington went the additions and improvementsmade who has been visiting here sister,
business last executed by the world's artists -
on Monday. to the Cement Works in this Mrs. Billie Jacobs, for a few days greatest
Henry A. Clark has begun workon place.A returned home Monday. turn your ear this way when our Vic-

his new house on Orange street. new first class concrete side- J. Tilden Jacobs and N. C. Jacobs. tor and Edison Talking machines begin to play.
A. C. Starbird motored to Orlando walk has been built and is now in use spent Monday in Sanford and Orlando -'
last Saturday to attend to business in front of the H. H. Witheringtonblock. :KUneeda on business.G. Nothing finer for the camp cr summer

there.B. The work was completed this L M. Jacobs spent Monday in Or- home. Come in and talk it over and see hew

C. O'Donnell (negro) reports week under the supervision of W. L BiscuitA lando on business. easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand
Pannell, our cement and concrete Misses Sadia Blackburn and Bessie -
having a ripe water melon from his
refining influence of the best music in
garden last Tuesday.The worker. crisp,.clean, nutri- Hodges are spending the week in
State Bank of Apopka was "Children's Day" will be observedat tious food. For Kissimmee with friends.R. your home or private apartments.
closed Wednesday in observance of the Methodist church next Sun- everybodyevery R. Roberts has his pretty new

Jefferson Davis' birthday.The day at 11 a. m. The exercises are where. Fresh in the home about completed.Mr. W. S. BRANCH
Civic League cleared a neat under the efficient management of moisture-proof pack- and Mrs. C. F. Raulerson and ,
sum from the play given by the Dra- Mesdames Sykes and Cooper and Miss son, Alfred, of Fort Pierce, who, hav-
matic Club Friday evening. Edith Reave. All are cordially in- age, 5 cents. ing been visiting a relative here and The Arcade Book and Music Store

Mr. and :Mrs. Winborn McCall left vited to attend. at Oviedo and Geneva, returned home

Wednesday for St. Augustine, where Bishop Bryant, of the African Monday.
they wilt spend a short time.A. United American Free-Will Baptist Billie Jacobs spent Wednesday in I
W. Wilson has plans completedfor church of America, who has been Sanford on the jury.
a fine new bungalow to be erect- holding a series of special meetingsin Mrs. David Hart, of Conway, is

ed on his lot on Orange street. this town for the past month, has visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Roy Starbird has returned to his closed his services here and movedhis Mrs. F. M. Story, for a few days.
home, after spending several monthsat tent to Lakeland last Monday.On 41, o The election went off quietly

the Georgia Military Academy. Thursday of last week, Mrs. enough at this place. .
Water melons are beginning to rip- Walter Phips Newell very pleasantly ZuZuThe R. T. Thrasher left Wednesday for
en but it will be a week or ten days entertained at her home, "Fern Vil- Clearwater to spend a few days' va
before much shipping will be done. la,," her friend, Mrs. Henry Clay funny little name cation.
W. H. Brokaw, of Orlando, was in i Brown, Jr., of Birmingham, Alabama, of the famous little James D. Alexander has moved into Just arrived car load
town yesterday attending to business and her niece, Mrs. Alfred Eldredgeof ginger that his new house and is getting set-
snap puts
and shaking hands with old friends. this city. Orlando papers requested fresh "snap" and tled down to live in Florida. FORDS for immediate -

The tomato harvest has begun. A to copy.G. "ginger" into jaded, Miss Pearl Kilbee, of Geneva is
larger number of crates have already Harod has purchased the news appetites. 5 cents. spending this week with her parents, delivery.Get .
been shipped from this place. stand and ice cream parlor of Ger- I Mr. and :Mrs. G. M. Jacobs.
Mrs. T. J. Smith entertained the ald Wilkins on Central avenue and Miss Angie Story has returned yours nowF.
smaller children of this town Wednes- took possession of the same last Mon- home from a two-weeks visit at Con-
day in honor of Little John William's day. He will continue the businessand RUSH
G. ,
birthday. have a lunch counter in addition.Mr. way.The Baptist church at this place
Charles Campbell, representing Harod has had the place cleaned entertained the Union meeting of the Phone 226Hammond
Vandman, Lewis & Co., of Jackson- and will try to cater to the public in : churches of the Wekiwa Asociation

ville, Fla., was in town on business a satisfactory manner.R. pd from Friday until Sunday last. There
Wednesday of this week. Raymond Cronhardt, of 1604 was a goodly representation from

The Misses Williford entertainedmost North Washington street, Baltimore, Orlando, Sanford, Kissimmee, Geneva -

pleasantly Saturday evening representing the Ridgway's Corporation Oviedo, Christmas, Lockwood, etc,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Brown, of Birmingham, of New York City, was in town A good program was put into effect
Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eldredgeand last Wednesday, showing our local and the budget of business was trans-
''Miss' Lillian Eldredge. 'grocers a fine line of teas. This firm GRAHAM CRACKERSThe acted. It was a great spiritual up-

Harry Witherington returned last ought to accomodate most anyone, as natural sweet- lift and the social intercourse of

Monday night from Palmetto, wherehe they handle teas of all grades, rang- ness and nutrimentof such meetings are beneficial in pro-
has been employed for the past few ing in prices from sixty cents to moting the "get acquainted" idea
the wheat are retained -
weeks packing tomatoes.L eighty dollars a pound. among the churches.
P. Lane has moved to town from Last Monday night at their regular giving flavor.thema Our woman's Missionary Society, t
delightful
his farm on the road to Winter Gar- meeting the City Council voted to which also convened, was much
den and will live with William G. call an election in the near future to xo cents. pleased to have Mrs. Peelman, of ,

Talton on Central avenue. see if the voters of Apopka wish to Jacksonville, State Secretary of W.
biscuit baked
The ladies of the Civic League en- bond the town for fifteen thousand Buy by :M. U., with us.

tertained the Dramatic Club, with a dollars, to be used as follows: For I ---

chicken pilean supper at Wekiwa electric lights, nine thousand dollars: NATIONAL ble and is guaranteed by the manufacturers r "
Springs Thursday evening.L. for City Hall and other improvement., BISCUIT to be absolutely burglar-
P. Lane has joined the crowd six thousand dollars. The ele _.on COMPANY proof. It is made of steel too hardto Gore

and purchased a fine new Ford auto- will be held on Monday, June 15th, Always look for that name drill and if the hinges, lock and
mobile. He is rapidly mastering it 1914. All duly registered voters, even the door itself were blown off,
and makes a safe, careful driver. who own real estate in their own there is still a wall of six inches of FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Briggs have name have a right to vote on this ------ the hardest steel ,to dig through before -
moved into ther new house on Second question and no others. VALUES LOW PRICES
the cash be This
cultivate it, ,prune it and practicallylive can got at. t
street, where they will be pleased Messrs. Newell and Ustler are the the
to make of the
in it.You can size up many a ought patrons
to welcome their friends and I I of a eries of three postcards COMPARE
possessors man by the looks of his grove after bank feel safe and do much to show
neighbors. showing an interior view of that the bank intends to guard the
I he has owned it a few years. A small
A special election for the purpose I I the Apopka Feraery, of which theyare grove well fed and watered is better interests of its patrons. We do not OUR FURNITUREWe
of eleceting a councilman to fill the. the proprietors. The photoeswere
than a large one neglected. believe this vault and safe can be
vacancy caused by the resignation of taken by Harry Hewett and certainly Miss Mabel Eldredge left Mondayfor broken into without the pople knowing provide the quality furniture that has long
S. W. Eldredge has been called for do him credit as a photographer it. In addition the safe the furniture the
to
knowing buyers
Blue Ridge, N. C., to attend the been accepted by as
June 15th. while the views themselves, showa I Southern General Conference of the whole interior of the vault has been standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
Frank H. Davis made a quick bus- vast number of ferns, climbing cu- Y. W. C. A. She, with three other improved by a commodious store wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

iness trip to Orlando last Tuesday.A cumbers, tomatoes, over six feet young ladies, go as representativesfrom room, built above it, thus greatly adding this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Kindergarten picnic from Or- high, etc., and are proof positive that the Y. W. C. A. of Stetson uni- to the facilities for doing busi- this business, and that means much to any buyer.
lando was held' at Wewiwa Springslast the fernery industry as carried on in versity. This conference includes a ness and improving the property in
Friday. Apopka, is a success, and tha Messrs.
group of states, Virginia. North and many ways. McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
Clem Womble, Miss Bessie Rut- Newell & Ustlr surely know how to ,
South Carolina Kentucky, Tennessee -
ledge and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Zepp make plants grow. Mississippi,, Alabama, Georgia, Read the Morning Sentinel. Price Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
went on a fishing trip to Rock New cow peas have appeared on Florida and Louisiana, and will be 10 cents a week. .J
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Springs Tuesday. A "large" time _
the market in this of
place, some addressed by some of the most prominent .
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was reported.The the California For the read The Sentinel -
black-eyed variety, men and women in the south. news,
Dramatic Club; of Apopka, met shelled, were sold last Wednesday to The new vault and tripple time lock
hat Mrs. Alfred Eldredge's Tuesday
the local trade. safe for the State Bank of Apopka, IMIIMMMIII MM* 1..11..11.11.1. "
evening to hold a business meeting. 8
Orange growers in this vicinity are are in place and the decorative work, HMMMMMMM i4IMIIHMtMMimHMIHtMMII8iMMIIMBHHOrlando
lie players have all decided to play
busy drawing and spreading fertil- lettering, etc., completed. The vault
'The College Town at Winter Gar-
izer for the orange trees. An orange doors and door frames are more beau- Bank & Trust Co
ien Friday night, June 12th.
tree is like a pig. It must be fed tiful and stronger than before, while
Mr. Roy Starbird returned home
regularly to make it grow and bear the new tripple time lock safe is one
unday afternoon from the Georgia Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
well. To have
a successful, profit- of Mosley's latest patent Mangonese
where he has
litary academy been
'
able citrus grove one must feed its I patterns. It seems to be impregnaMHIIIIMMIIMMMimillllMMM -
(tending school His parents and
riends are all delighted to have him RESOURCESReal

home again. Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

S. W. Eldredge lost a valuable Loans and Discounts . . '. . . 378,166.14

mare last Tuesday by being chokedto Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
death. The horse was hitched to Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
a tree in the woods, while its driver, Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
with some friends went fishing and

became ntangled in the rope halter ORLANDO $904,906.09
Mr. Stewart estimates the loss at LIABILITIES

two hundred dollars. Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
The late wins have done much
Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
good. Young trees and melons are Water & Co. Bills payable . . . . . . . None
much improved/by it, as are other Light

vegetation. Corn and tomatoes were Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72
especially improvd by it.
Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
Watermelons are beginning to ripen i
in and around Apopka. The cold, .
dry spring has retarded the early cropso ElectricityGas $904,906.09

the early and late melons will .

ripen about the same time. Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

Mr. and Mrs. Brown, after a delightful Water Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . : . 770,793.72
visit of several months with
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eldredge, left Increase in 37 days . . . . IZl.oUo.Ol

f for their home in Birmingham, Ala., Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
on Monday. Mr. Brown thinks of locating Office--No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

Mr. Smith here. of Jacksonville, Fla., Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34

representing Kingan & Co., the old .
reliable meat firm, was in town last Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
Wednesday, looking after the inter- Telephone No., 6 The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

ests of his house and speaking a good Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
word for the "Old Reliable." I! friends and customers for making such a statement pos-

W. 11. Baskin and son, of Gainesville j sible.
stopped at this place last Wednesday ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANKMMMIMMMIMMIIM

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I TERMINAL STATIONS __.
South Florida SentinelMORNING (By W. S. Branch.) i I II

AND WEEKLY Talk about having "more fun thana How did Floyd run? I
Savannah, Ga., June 5.Accordingto
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. small with tin whistle." No I
boy a

Entered at the postoffice- -at--Orlando- -Florid had small boy much with fun three as L.tin whistles ever He Wonder,if Triplett got by. chief a stateme.it clerk of the from fourth Watsaa postoffice Fuller, AFTER[ SUPPER[ S4LE l [

as L..Payne.
*, u Second Class Mail Matter. turns it loose at every corner and Mr. Sears is some runner. yesterday division, who, two came new "terminal in from Atlanta railway ::

SUBSCRIPTION RATES then laffs" to hear it
"jes
go.
I Daily 1 Year ..........................t$-00 Marion Craig ran a fine race. I postoffice stations" are to be estab-
Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.M lished immediately in Georgia. Oneis
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 I II
Dafiy. 1 Month ...:................... 50 Sears, Roebuck & Co. seem to. Haven't heard from Joe Reese. I to be located at Macon and the oth-
have done a large mail order busi- I|.er at Savannah. This will make a total -
Weekly, 1 Year ....................... tOG in all the from Key i
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... 75 ness votes way Bill Mapoles was elected, anyhow. of three stations i in the state, Atlanta -
West to Fernandina and over to 'i now being the only point where

TO ADVERTISERS: Apalachicola and back to Miami by parcel post easiness is "reworked.'
The Lorimer case didn't cut any ice.
way of the West Coast. I Working parcel post on railway :
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Copy for display and all her hand-wl I
advertuui matt be handed in at the bugineu Florida went Demo- :1 trains is no longer practical, because .
office of the Sentinel net later than 2 m. undoubtedly
the day before publication. This rule applies p. If you are wealthy, have neuritis.If cratic. i I of the growth of that business. It is :

U change far contract advertising; it. u you are just "well to do," choose to relieve a threatened congestion on :
invariable and win be strictly adhered to.Subscriber
appendicitis.If 1 I trans that the terminal stations are :
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Political promises are easily for- ;
desiring The Sentinel discon- your means are quite Imited, you t to be established.
tinued should notify the office in writing on gotten. I f I These will not handle local but will :
the date of expiration otherwise it will be can afford peritonitis.And I
I
continued until notice at to the stop regular is received.subscription rites, if you are Just common poor Will Stockton try again against rework only parcels intended for oth- :

folk, you can still get your name in Bryan? er offices in given districts. :

SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914. the paper by having mosquitobitis. -, I I \ .
I I I
I Albert Williamson will have to melt NEW HAVEN GROUP

Our friend Jeems Alexander was A gentleman told us yesterday that those cuts. I I i I

defeated for the state senate, but he had just finished paying his bills I (Continued from page 1) Some Store Friend asked us the other dayif we

Jeems will probably come up smiling for the month of May and found that Let's try and be together on all!i "He had his way and I had mine," jj weren't tired of running these special Saturday night
I
; again at the next election. Jeemsis his groceries had cost him a total party questions. |'
: retorted Mr. Ledyard. sales-of selling goods such small of
i on margins profit
like John Stockton: you can't get of $27.50, his'meat bill was 6.80 and !
I "You did not fuss with him very :
rid of him by defeating him. his automobile for repairs and gaso- After all, we didn't get the customs i I hard?" : -sometimes at no profit, and sometimes even at a loss. $

line footed $47.30. He thinks it headquarters. j
o up !I I "I refuse to answer that question," : "
We answered "NO! consideredit
would be good financiering to sell his -decidedly no-we
Old "Fax and Figgers" Light of j j answered Mr. Ledyard.
Marion county was defeated for the car to the grocer and take it out in Dunk Fletcher owes much of it to ]j j "Were the Connecticut directors : the best store policy we ever inaugurated-it brings

} legislature. The Ocala Banner wishesto trade. :Mack Cathcart. | largely dummies?" Mr. Folk asked. : hundreds of shrewd, thrifty, prudent people _to _us-
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know who will take his place. MMM j I: "I should not say that," Mr. Led- : teaches them the economy of this store-the dependableness -
Tiff Hammond is the only man in : This second choice business didn't J
Brother the kind who
Light was yard replied. : of its merchandise.Tired .
made his and filled it and the city who fairly exudes puns from affect a single result. "
own place 'I f "lIe was a typical Boston trustee, .

that place will now be vacant. every pore of his body. We saw him I Mr. Ledyard replied. "He was care- : of them? NO! Here's the eleventh and we
the of the State Jacksonville had
sitting on steps a sure thing-the "
o bank last evening about midnight and Senator for six more years. ful and conservative. : have been as untiring in preparing the bargain list as on
I "What about Mr. Billard? :
Clarence Woods of the Lake Region
i asked him why he didn't go home the occasion of the first.
i "He was practically a stranger to
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published at Eustis was a candidate and go to bed. He promptly replied"I Frank Clark has reached a point !

t for the legislature, and though he can't sleep without a good draftin where it is a mere formality. I j I me. He attended the meetings regu- Every counter in the Store will convince you of that.
made a good race he was defeated. larly but I do not recall his sayingmuch" :
my room and I am waiting for You know the hour (SEVEN.)
He has editorial in I :
this week'sissue
an the bank to open so that I can get John Stokes got a cruel blow in the I| "
"How about Edward Milligan?
in which he concludes that an the We have other
one. region of "ambish. i many bargains space does not permitus
editor can't be a successful politicianand "He made a good impression on me
i and when he first became memberof to mention them-come and see.
a
do his duty by the public. I
The German Baptists in national The Metropolis will now write !
[ the board he showed a desire to
0 convention assembled, advise the about something besides politics. i
[ know about things that were goingon
Defeated candidates should be espe- churches to not allow the members to I
and hesitated to out
cially grateful for the passage of the frwn or operate automobiles "until Some voters persisted in markingthe never speak 36-INCH LONG CLOTH 36-IN. PURE 'VIIITELINEN
This rather unusualin
in meeting. was
law which kept them from spending they come into general use," or they right man on the wrong side. :
a Connecticut director. 50 pieces ((12 yards) of a splen-
all they had and all they could borrow get "more light on the subject."
"Many of the directors of the New did chamois finished long- Heavy weave, grass bleachedthe -
; to be elected. The recent cam- Turn a couple of those dazzling car- It is rumored that a Democrat will III
Haven for years had been in the habit cloth, high quality. Regular ideal quality for separate
paign was the most inexpensive everY bide flashers on them and they will be appointed postmaster at Tampa. value
j jI of depending almost entirely on the $2.50. Saturday skirts. Good value for 50c yd
held in ,Florida under the primary be like the rest of us,, they will have
i president of the road." Saturday night --________.29c
system. more light than they can look at and t will take several issues of Dixie night -----------_______$1.79
t n Mr. Ledyard said J. Pierpont Mor-
-ox -- more than they care for. Get them I for Claude to tell how it happened. M I
I Ij gan, Jr., was not a director during j DIXIE HAIR NETS
t The election inspectors at Ocala into any busy town or' city and let j his membership.MMMIHIIIIMIIMIMMM. MIDDY SCARFSOne

had an all day and all night sessionof them try to cross the streets and they The "reactionaries" appear to have Wit the Rubber- in black,

it, and didn't finish their work un- will conclude that cars are in much fared pretty well, regardless of Frank lot, Black, Silk, trimmed light medium and dark brown.

.# til four o'clock the morning after. too "general use." \Ia'es.-Tampa: Tribune. .] red. Regularly sold for 50c. Regularly lOc each. Saturday

The count in Orlando was finished Saturday night --_________23c night 2 for --_____________lOc
before nine o'clock of the evening. NEW DRUG STORE TO BE "CITY ON HER MAIDEN VOYAGE T. F. HOURIHAN :

DRUG STORE" ____ .
Maybe Orange county's school of instruction -
Fancy Striped and Plain
Licensed Plumber and HAND BAGS
to inspectors had something New York, June 5.-Special.-( ) :
Sanitary Engineer TUSSAH SILK
t to do with the smooth manner in The drug store to be opened by The Aquitania, of the Cunard line, 50 Hand Bags in leather and
which things worked here. Mr. J. L. Dean at 11 East Church the largest passenger ship afloat, arrived Estimates Furnished. Jobbing : Moire silk-newest 20 pieces of the newest in the

r o street, is to be known as "The City today from England on her Promptly Attended to. : highly finished. Regular patterns-val- market, just arrived-a cash

Drug Store." Mr. Dean thinks this maiden PHONE 629 proposition. Secured them at
The Ocala Banner thinks that Dan- voyage. ues up to $2.50. Saturday

Jt nitte Mays could have defeated Frank the most appropriate name for his 106 Court Street I night --_________________ 98c ridicously below the full value-
business, as there has never been a Mrs.. Joachim Fritz has returned less than 33 1-3 of actual manufacturer's -
Clark easily. It does seem that he ORLANDO FLORIDAMltimtitMIIIIIIIMiMt
drug store in Orlando by this name. from a five weeks' visit with her I cost. Saturday
{ would have had a good chance by the choice _____
considerable vote that Congressman Work is now in progress and he daughter, Mrs. Mary Anderson, atOrlando. I 471lmli GROCERY DEPT. night your for 29c

thinks he will be open by June 20. .-Miami\ Herald.
Clark's opponent received. While Mr. 10-lb pail Snowdrift lard-.Sl.03;

Clark was nominated by an over- I Baby Size Van Camps Milk, HOSIERY DEPT.All .

; whelming majority it must be remembered Mill 11"1"1"1"111'111'11111111111..I..I.I."t j jrA doz --___ ---------_____43c: 50 cent Ladies' Hose and all

that the man running against 10-lb Pail Cottolene _____$1.30 the makes we carrySaturday
him could hardly be considered con- Connects you with a reliable Drug Store of Ice Cream and dessert J ello, night 42 cents pair or 3 pair

gressional timber, and that he received 31 years standing. It is a pleasure to buy 3 for ---------_--______23c for ______________-- ----$1.2.1,.-.--
any votes at all is an indi- ?li t anything not in stock and deliver it to you.

Mr.cation Clark.that many do not approve of nV\ en y

Our "Men's Clothing Sale"!
o McUROY'S PHARMACY commences toda-and con- ; !

The latest figures in the fourth tinues for 2 weeks-bargains galore.

f congressional district race show that
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Acosta polled 2,549 votes; L'Engle,

3,592; Malone, 2,508; Sears, 5,206;
Williamson, 1,396. Thus there were t"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I"I"11"11"1"1" "

15,251 votes cast, and the nominee iAii
OAr r[ 14l
i secured only a plurality. It is said

that he got a majority of the second

choice votes, but the effect of the new

primary law is to secure the nomina- GROCERY DEPT. .MEN'S FURNISHINGSAll

tion by plurality instead of majority.This ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES Chase and Sanbourne Seal
Brand Coffee --___________33c the Felt hate in the store,
assertion was made by some of "Our Own" Coffee ________30c
in the
Commencement Day an important event Regular Values and
the papers several months ago, and Chase and Sanborne Tea-all $2.50, $3.00

was denied by others. But here -we lives of young people should receive some fitting mark kinds. 1-2 can ___________ 30c $4.00. All day Saturday .$1.50Don't

see the actual working of it. No at- of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the Golden Dale Butter _______30c forget to participate in
occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of Victory Tomatoes, 2 lb cans,
tention is likely to be paid to second doz __ ___ ___ _________90c the big bargains .during .the
choice votes except in the event of a Jewelry? Wesson Oil (Quart Cans) __2:>c clothing sale.

close race. Mr. Sears secured a ma-
jority over his next highest oppo: DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe

nent, but he received only third of
a
direct the attention of relatives and friends to LADIES' READY-TO WEAR
the total
vote
polled. the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

THE NEW CONGRESSMAN o FROM store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new We have priced the balance of the 200 French Model !! !

est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond -
THE FOURTH DISTRICTMr. 1 Dresses at Absurd prices-Be down early Saturday- ; ;
or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -

and assortment.A 'Twill be a money saver to you.
Joseph Sears, who has defeated visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

Mr. Claude L'Engle and three other obligation to buy. ,
candidates for congress from the

fourth district, has quite a numberof

warm friends in this city who are

much gratified over his election. Mr.

a Sears is a young man, and is a graduate a

of the old Florida Agricultural I DicksOllIVOSORLANDO'S Co1

college at Lake, City (now the University I

of Florida at Gainesville), I .

and was graduated while the editorof

this paper was a member of the '

board of trustees of that instituton.I T..Evansthe JewelerOPPOSITE FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACEIIIIIIHMMIIIIMMIHMIIHIMf

He was a splendid student, and had

as his college mates quite a numberof


young. Sears men, who from is this a high city.Mr. official. in POSTOFFICE II aaIIIO a e Ave. a1IlldO

the grand lodge of K.; of P., recently

{' .spent several days in Ocala, while r

the grand lodge was in session here, EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGmilMmilllllllllltilliMIMimilllMMIIIIIMIHIIHMI " '

n. and he renewed a number of friend- ; ,. ." $,
/ ships at that time.-Ocala Banner.

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ORLANDO THE TUNER, FLA. SI S Grillill G I i ,- I London, Conn., June 5.-The

v Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. passengers from the a Eastern line

1 I steamer Northland, New York for V
Admission 5 cents i iuGIIDODallDODallDODallDODallDOc
Portland, Me., which went ashore on i iBartlett's

Mr. Joe Wood neck is sick at Christ'ssanitarium. Reef late last night, were "bet It H t Allen's"

TODAY'S PROGRAMA safely landed in this city at 5 o'clock
I BUYS AND SELLS i this morning, and a half hour later
is sick at her
Mrs. Gordon Wright Two Reel Feature I
started for Portland
Boston and on a
home on Lake Cherokee.Mrs. 101 Bison. "The God of Girzah." 11 ..
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train. and
This is a very strong feature in two I special The captain crew
Mark White, of Ocoee, spent
of the Northland remained aboard
parts. Don't fail to see it.
yesterday in town with us. Another one of those Imp. come- their ship, which is in no immediate
Mr. F. H. Williams is enjoying a dies where the rube actor takes a fall danger. The weather today is fair. LI That Gift
600 acres south ofVin- out of the .
trip down at Pass-a-Grille for a few manager.Don't The passengers, 75 in number,were ,

days.Mr. ; ter Garden and west of ticket forget at the every Favorite lady theater that buysa next brought to port by the wrecking tug "

J. E. Arnold continues quite ill ; Gotha, including 10 acre Thursday afternoon MJill receive a Tasco, which had been summoned by You have no trouble in selectingthat
at his home on East Robinson ave- small present from the manager. wireless to the aid of the stranded
I orange grove. The en- steamer. While on the stranded D Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary -
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nue.Miss Elizabeth Branham is home ; ; tire tract covered, with MARRIAGE OF II. P. CORNELY Northland, they said, and with the Present at our store.
Wekiwa timber. Two Empress of Ireland disaster so freshin
from a few days outing at ; ; yellow pine
mind there was great anxiety lest We have a complete line .of
Springs.Dr. miles of lake shore. The many friends in Orlando of ,

and Mrs. L. H. Ramsdell and Mr. Henry P. Comely, the talented another storm would come up and en- D Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or
mlillliHHMIittMlilMH violinist who led the Grand orchestra danger their lives. D

little son went up to Sanford yester- during the winter, will read the following The Northland was damaged about plated) and the newest ideas in
day and took the boat for Jacksonvilleto in the bows and her forehold was mak-
which yesterday'sTimesUnion
appeared
visit for a week. with much interest: ing water when the Tasco arrived. cut glass.A .

Mrs. Robt. Koegel and daughter, PHILATHEA CLASS ELECTS OF- The marriage of Miss Ruth Minerva The Northland is a steel screw steamer look before you buy will
Miss Ella of Winter Garden, were in built in for D
FICERS FOR YEAR Daniel and Mr. Henry Philip Cor- 1910 at Wilmington,
town shopping yesterday.Mr. nely, of Germany, was solemnized the Eastern Steamship company, and pay you.Allen.

Earl Vick has returned from a At a meeting last night of the Phi- Wednesday at noon at the residenceof commanded by Capt. Bragg. She is

few days trip at Wekiwa Springs and lathea class of the Baptist church at the bride's mother, Mrs. A. C. Dan- 304 feet long and has a gross ton-

reports having seen a big bear in the the home of Miss Blanche Barnes the iel, at 218 Ocean street. nage of 9,731.
& Co.
vicinity of the springs. following officers were elected: Pres- The drawing room was tastefully 11 ,

Miss Belle Limerick arrived from ident, Miss Blanche Barnes; vice-pres- decorated for the occasion with cut TO THE PEOPLE OF ORLANDO

Jacksonville last night to visit her ident,Miss Corinne Barker; secretary, flowers, ferns and palms, and the ceremony Jewelers

mother, Mrs. M. E.' Limerick, on Miss Lauretta Crux; treasurer, Miss which was witnessed only by The management of the Grand .

North Orange avenue. Lena Larson; press reporter, Miss the immediate families of the couple, having been the center for inquiry U Prompt Repairing.

Mr. Claude Brannon was in our Lena Swearingen. After the business was performed by Rev. W. H. Dodge, regarding the advanced prices for the

city yesterday, returning to his homein meeting delicious refreshments of pastor of the Presbyterian church in following week, desires to make Everything Guaranteed.4HMMtMIIHMIIIMIttlMIMIIIIIilft.

Ocoee from Gainesville, where he cream and cake were enjoyed. Those Ocala. known to his supporters the true facts

has been attending the University of present were: Claudia DeLaney, Myr- The bride, who was unattended, was surrounding this matter.To .
Florida. tle Duncan, Nina Swearingen, Irene given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. begin with it would be with

Mrs. S. Y. Way, DeLaney, Helen Johnson, Ruby Quigg, Lauretta Crux, George L Quince. She wore a gownof pleasure that he would be allowedto ",

and Margaret Way, and Joe Ferris, Corinne Barker, Bessie Quigg, Annie hand embroidered silk net made produce the original contract with

Jr., motored to Wekiwa Springs yes- Crux, Martha Weeks, Ella Mae Wal- over white satin, and carried an arm the Film Company, wherein it states

terday and spent the day with a lace, Blanche Barnes, Elizabeth Miller bouquet of bridesroses with a showerof that such pictures as produced by I! .

house party of young people who are lilies of the valley. either the "Lasky" or "All Star" =mo ClOn U -c
informal must be shown for at .
Companies
enjoying a week out there. Following the ceremony an - -
been the Miss Hedwig Koegel, of Winter reception was held, during which least lOc and 20 cents. On failing to
Mr. H. C. Rogers, who has
clerk at the Empire hotel, has sub- Garden, was in town yesterday before the couple received the congratulations do so you forfeit your,contract and .
for Jacksonville to the of their friends. bond.
leaving spend efJine.lfrJr
leased the Grand hotel from Mr. J. H.
it day with Miss Elsie Broward. Miss The bride is the daughter of Mrs. The pictures produced by these JPttr
Pruyn and will continue to run on
Koegel will be joined there by her A. C. Daniel, of this city, and is pop- companies are positively superior to
the same basis. Mr. Rogers is experi-
. brother, Mr. '0. L. Koegel, of Val- ular with a wide circle of friends. any others, and the patrons should
enced in the line and will no doubt increase -
dosta, who will accompany her to Bal- She is an accomplished musician, and realize that they are seeing a bet-
newly-wed the popularity party of chaperoned the Grand.A by timore and New York city. Miss is well known in Jacksonville as an ter production for lOc and 20c than r Peaolie1 I r Peaches I r Peaches I

went out to Koegel was a graduate of Rollins college organist.Mr. may be seen on the legitimate stage
M. J.
Mrs. Daetwyler
this season but will return in Comely has resided in this city for $2 and $3, as such shows can

Lake Conway yesterday and spent the fall to take up the further studyof for several years, having come to this be staged better for pictures than for

the evening bathing and picnicking. music. country from Germany. Mr. Comely the legitimate house.It .

Those participating were Mr. and is also musician leader of has also been rumored that the '
a being a First crop from new orchard. They are the sweet
Mrs. D. R. Ellerbee, Mr. and Mrs.
A crowd of boys and girlsenjoyed local orchestra. Grand was going to dispose of its
Jas. Magruder, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bur- a straw young ride and to After the reception the bride orchestra. The management wishes Florida Variety. The orchard is well cared for and the
picnic
and M. J. Daetwyler.Alva
den Mrs.
Concord Park Thursday evening. The donned her traveling suit of navy to state that as long as the people of peaches are in splendid condition.
and Louis Kilgore and Walter people' in the park are always gladto blue taffeta, and the couple left last Orlando appreciate the fact that they

Tucker returned last night from have parties use the small pa- evening for a trip down the East can hear an orchestra equal to any

Greenville{ S. C., where Alva and vilion on Lake Dot for lunches, but Coast. On their return they will be picture theater in the South and arc .

Louis have just graduated from the will appreciate it if they will not at home to their friends at 218 Ocear. willing to support the theater in or- THE
i SANITARY GROCERY-
Military institute. They were
Bailey leave their old papers and boxes scat- street. der that they may be maintained,
0 accompanid home by Mrs. S. H. Kil- tered about to litter up the streets.On just so long will this orchestra appear -
gore and Miss Fannie Tucker, who ACTED WITH GOOD JUDGMENTEditor at the Grand. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

went up to attend the graduation ex of our leading real estate deal- Sentinel:-Since a cut must It is a pleasure to you to be able

ercises.' ers has just closed a trade wherebyhe be made' in miles of brick road to be to tell others that Orlando has such 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

Miss Sarah Slemons left yesterdayfor acquired a "boot" of one 'possumand : laid, I think the commissioners acted I a musical organization. Does it

Jacksonville to spend a couple of nine little ones, two pointer pup- with the very best judgment in their t mean anything to Orlando?
days with her sister, Mrs. Richard Further action and discussion CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
pies, one donkey, and three kittens. selection of what road and where to on .
Marks before going to Johnson City, this matter will be left the discre-
Such a menagerie is seldom trans- cut. And yet, all other miles completed to FUNERAL DESIGNSHlliHOHMMIItliMMMHIIIHiillimillUMiliml
Tenn., to spend the summer. Mrs. ferred with a big trade. no link would be easier to find tion of the people. You can have
Marks will accompany her part of thevay funds for than the four miles selected the best shows possible, accompanied \

|. going to Chicago to attend the The Empress of Ireland disaster i by them. by one of the best orchestras justso

|ennial convention of the Women's will be featured in moving picturesby I! J. A. BARBER. long as you appreciate their value Creek, laid over under the rules. 1 ed the road to remove said obstruc-

ederation of Clubs. the Pathe company at the Lucerne i enough to make their existence in Check for $79.56 for the grapefruit I tion.There
Miss Emma Gray leaves this after- theater on next Monday afternoonand i APPROVES ACTION OF COMMISSIONERS your city possible, by means of your at the County Home received and for- being no further business the
warded to treasurer. Board adjourned to next
county regular
oon for a visit with Mr. Jos. Gray, evening. The picture will depict presence at the Grand. .
The filling in of the low place on meeting.M.
it Nashville, and from there she will actual scenes and give you a clearer I Box 31, R. F. D. No. 1, MAC. TALLMAN, the; Pine Castle and Oak Ridge ceme- OVERSTREET, Chairman.B.

go to Alaska to visit relatives. Miss insight of the terrible disaster. I Orlando, Fla., June 5, 1914. 6-6-2t Manager tery road referred to CommissionerSweet M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
Gray is a sister of Bishop Gray, and I Editor Sentinel-I wish to say thatI and Superintendent Chapmanwith

[is highly esteemed by all in Orlando.er FOR RENT-Store, N. E. Corner I quite agree with the judgment of MINUTES OF COUNTY COMMIS power to act. Phone 444, Auto Livery. 425tfMMMMMMMMHMMI

absence from Orlando will be of Church Streets. Apply at 123 i the county commissioners in re the SIONERS' MEETING warrant Upon motion for $500 it was be issued ordered to that C. B.a

[indefinite duration, and her departureis Court St., up stairs 6-6-lwk brick road cut. Robinson for extra service renderedand + *

sincerely regretted. Yours truly, to be rendered
Monday, June 1, 1914.
Eat what you want.Eat H. W. GILL. Board met. Present, Chairman Pension application of Emma F. Shoe Repairing ; ;
From 4 to 6 an expert from the all you want. Overstreet, Commissioners Dillard, Johnson presented and approved and .
factory is demonstrating Ideal Fire- Take a postscript and forget it. Starbird and Sweet. forwarded to comptroller.
less Cookers at McCulloch's Depart- For sale by all durggists. Eat Eat what all you want.want The ballot boxes were prepared and Adjourned to Thursday, 10 a. m., by PARCEL POSTMen's I ;
ment Store. l-7-d&w-lyr I you delivered to the following June 4, 1914.
Take a postscript and forget it. persons
I I II For sale by all druggists. upon oath of proper delivery: 10 A. M., Thursday, June 4, 1914.
Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. Read the advertisements daily. 1.7d&wlyrftCRNTODAY Precincts Nos. 16, 17, 15, 13, to Board met. Present, Chairman Half Soles, 7jc to 8c
W. M. Hanscll. Overstreet, Commissioners Dillard, i Ladies' Half Soles, 60e to 75c \
Precincts Nos. 3 and 4. to E.C. Mc Brown, Sweet and Starbird. j'I'' Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750
.tllMIIMIIIIMIIMIIIHilMMMMMIMMMillMMIHilMltlMMMMMMMMHt Dowell. Bond of De Batchelor. as notary Hand Turned Soles, JI.",, '
MIIMIIMtllllimMMIMMtMMMtMtMMMlllllMMMMMHMMMMIMMMm Precincts Nos. 10,11,12, 14. to M. public with W. C. Temple and W. H. '! Heels Repaired, 2sc ,
V. Dillard. Schultz as sureties, approved. j I
Precincts: Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, to A. S. Reports of the following.county All work returned in 24 hours. ,
Eldredge. officers were received, read and filed: I Orders without remittance returned
Precincts Nos. 18, 19, 20, to Benj. Report of superintendene of county j, C. 0. D. We pay
Gore. home sheriff to state auditor, sheriffto return postage.
Board adjourned to 9 a. m. June 1, county, report of licenses, polls ,
1914. collected, March tax redemptions, payrolls i,
9 A. M., June 1, 1914. jurors circuit court, county phy- A. Hanson
Board met pursuant to adjournment sician, superintendent of roads and
(
Present Chairman Overstreet bridges, foreman road gang, pay roll 19 East Pine Street ;
Commissioners Brown Dillard, Sweet state witnesses criminal court, certificate -!8 ORLANDO flORIDA I
"Her Fighting Chance a fine two reel American and Starbird. of banks, county treasurer to''l
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Minutes of the last several meet- county and to state, receipts clerk
read and criminal and auditor's financial
ings were approved. court,
"Our Mutual Girl reel Reliance Following bonds to bear fire statement
a one showing the : arms : t i If is not delivered
approved and licenses ordered issued: Petition of Lee Keller, A.1.. Wof- ] your paper
i latest styles in frocks and gowns imported from Paris and i iI V. W. Estes, rifle; sureties, J. D. ford, et al., received; upon motion the I promptly, don't fall to notify the office.
Barnes and J. P. Holbrook. petition accepted and the road declared -
London. Jas. D. Barnes, rifle; sureties, V. W. a public road. ,
Estes and J. P. Holbrook.Jno. Petition of Jno. C. Linn, Jno. D. WOOD, COAL AND ICE
P. Holbrook, rifle; sureties, V. Blomgreen, et at, for road from Pied-! Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
"The Wishing Seat a one reel American. W. Estes and J. D.Barnes. mont to Clay Springs, received; upon Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
Following bonds as notaries public motion the route of the road was or- I
were approved: dered surveyed and to report
surveyor
"When Uncle Made His Will a Lux eomedy.i H. H. Witherington; sureties, M. T. his findings. I Sentinel want ads. are money get.
Anderson and W. R. McLeod.C. Delegations from the Board of : .
terse them.OSTEOPATHY
D. Powell; sureties, A.: Schultz I Trade and the city commissioners appeared -: Try
First Floor 10 Cents. and W. F. Blackman. before the Board in reference !
i ij
i Balcony 5 Cents Nettie Carpenter; sureties, Jas. L to purchasing the jail lot. No action
Giles and LeRoy B. Giles. was taken; the Board to take the I
Children 5 Cents Mr. Starbird, to whom the matterof matter under advisement.
the county spraying outfit was referred E. H. Walker appeared before the ,
reported that the bid offeredwas Board in reference to having ingressand
Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accom- not sufficient. Subject matter egress to his property situatednear II I i| DR. J. C .HOWELL
left with Mr. Starbird. the Seventh Day Adventist
prop-I
; panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket. Petition of W. M. Nettles, G. L. erty. The Board being advised of the I: Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
Alderman et al, for road beginning conditions pertaining to the subject, extra charge for house treatment
at county line, corner sections 33 and upon motion the superintendent of connections '
".111,1.1111111",111111111111111111111111111111111-11'I"III r-"I"- .. 34. and run north 21-2 miles connecting roads and bridges was instructed to Telephone
1111.,1111111,11111111,1,1,1,11111111,1111.,1111,1,1111111 .*I with road from Taft to Boggy notify the parties who have obstruct- Office cor. Orange and Central Area.WADE .

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Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,

we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of. t

CONFEDERATE[ [ [ MONUMENT[ WAS I AN ORDINANCE RELATIVE TO SIGNS superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

Be it Ordained by the City Council of the PEOPLE'S 'V ANTSMUNNUIAKERS
City of Orlando: are all right, then why not put us to the test. I
a DEDICATED[ [ AI ARLINGTON I Section 1. That hereafter no sign sign
post or other advertising device of like na-
ture shall be erected upon any of the side-
walks of the city nor shall any sign be hung
extending over the sidewalk below the sec- This Way"I
Notices of Last Wanted For Sale For
President Gift in of
Accepted Speech ond story of any building or under any awn- Rent, etc, for this column 25c for one day,
Tribute to Valor of the ing placed in front of any building; nor shall 60c for three days or 11.00 for one week for
any sign at or above the second story or 25 words or 1Money must accompany
under any awning as aforesaid, extend beyondthe
Confederates the advertisement fer this column as no
r Section curb line.2. The owners or maintainers of insertions will be made on credit. I Your doctor gives you a prescription--He did it after carefully diagnosing your

any signs sign posts or other advertising de- case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
section and
Washington, June 4.-A bronze vices which are prohibited by 1 FOR SALE

'monument typifying the South rising. which,have shall been remove erected them and on are or before now maintained Sep-- Nursery stock, one, two, three and ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

triumphantly from the sufferings and tember 1st. 1914. four year old buds; Foster Early,
saved the trouble of to doctor
going again.
Section 3. Any person violating the pro- Java Homosassa your
Washington
Pineapple, -
privations of war, was dedicated at visions of this ordinance shall be punishedby
imprisonment not exceeding ten days orb Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle*
Arlington National cemtery late this fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
afternoon to the memory of the Con- and the signs, sign posts or other advertis- -
ing devices maintained unlawfully shall be NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
; federate dead. The memorial was removed by order of the municipal court. FOR SALE

. formally given into the keeping of Section 4. All ordinances er parts of ordinances Lot of mules cheap; good condition
in coniflct with the provisions of this
the federal government by Mrs. Daisy ordinance, and especially, section 172 of the eiging eleven te twelve hundred
McLaurin Stevens, president general Revised Ordinances, are hereby repealed. pounds; account mill closed down. .If we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
! Adopted June 5th. 1914.E. you want a bargain come and see
i of the United Daughters of the Con- F. SPERRY. Mayor. these mules at our mill on Florida high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just
Attest: '
federacy, and was accepted by Presi- CARL JANSEN City Clerk. lidland, eight miles from Kissimmee. as doctor'"wrote it.Don't.
Address your
who tributeto 66.kI4tAN Ansley Lumber & Tie
dent Wilson, paid high
Co., Kissimmee, Fla. 5-31-6t
: the sincerity and valor of those ORDINANCE

who fought under the stars and bars. FOR SAL Mitchell roadster; rare
To repeal Section 5 of an Ordinance entitled
Gen. Washington Gardner, commander "An Ordinance regulating the use of the bargain; recently completely overhauled Forget
:' in: chief of the Grand Army of the Streets and other Public Places by Vehicles. and made good as new in every -
Hackmen, Solicitors and Others," adopted part guaranteed first class condition -
_;\ Republic, and Gen. Bennett Young, March 6th 1914. ; must be sold at once, even at
commander in chief of the United Be it Ordained, by the City Council of the sacrifice. Come, or address, White
of That
City Orlando Section 5 of an Ordi-
} Confederate Veterans, delivered ad- nance entitled "An Ordinance regulating the Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
use of the Streets and other Public Places by 4-23-tf
dresses giving significant expression Vehicles, Hackmen Solicitors and Others." be dollars and may be a life. You dear the fire alarm, with thousands of other people
' adopted March 6th 1914, be and the is
to the amity now existing between same VANTED Position as housekeeperwhere
; veterans of the blue and the gray. hereby Adopted repealed.June 5th. 1914.E. child can be kept with me. and a little thrill of terror shakes, you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
< Pleasant surroundings more important -
The monument was designed and Attest: F. SPERRY Mayor. than salary. Address J. C., care -it chances( this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

executed by Sir Moses Ezekiel, him- CARL JANSEN City Clerk. Sentinel. 5-27-2w
; 6-6-wkly-4t these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
; self a native of Virginia and a vet-

,: eran of the Confederate army. It Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- FOR SALE-Model T runabout Ford People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
car, in first class condition, fully
; stands amid circling tiers of small ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. equipped and good casings all around. f

; white headstones marking the graves 519tf. For quick sale will take $350. C. B. !

of nearly three hundred Confederatedead. Lindsay. P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, Fla. .
T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone : Phone 321. 5-31-1w

2, Orlando. 35tfJob
.a ORANGE GROVE FOR SALETwomiles DeLaney & Abernethy ,
BRIGANDS INVADE NEW PARTS, from Orlando. Part of theoid
printing at the Sentinel
B DOING DAMAGE Holden grove. Write, Mrs. Mark

-- White, Ocoee, Fla. 6-6d&wlmo.
.

3 Pekin, June 41."White Wolf," the LOST-Fancy work bag, containing Next Door tOe Store.. Orlando, Florida.

Chinese brigand who during the past fancy work pair glases and other
$3.00FROM articles. Return to Cooper & Atha's
few months has devastated the -
provinces office, 114 South Orange Ave., and ..
-of Hu Peh, No Nan and Shen receive reward. 6-2-3t =

Si, is now looting and burning towns We insure your life and loan you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTINGLook
and villages in the province of Kan WANTED-To buy horse, wagon money on real estate at 6 per cent
and harness., Call interest. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
on or address Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
Su. After the of through desk and !if
eluding great your see
army
with price and description. W. H. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
there
is not some stationery of which
troops sent to capture him by the
Funk, Pine Fla. 6-2-3t. 325d&wtfDean
ORLANDOTO Castle
you are in need. If there is, phoneus
Chinese government he yesterday set at 24 and we will call, get your
fire to the town of Ningchow, and his XST-Alligator skin pocket book, 5 E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- order and do the work promptly and
followers today attacked Tao Chow, or 6 keys, cards, $18.00 in bills and fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, at the lowest price consistent with
some small change in it. Reward.Ed. Empire building. 527lmTomato work. It will
high grade receive our
in the extreme south of the province, JACKSONVILLE Beeman. 6-3-3t
AND RE- best attention. Sentinel, Court street.

and after pillaging the inhabitants TURN LOST-Sunday afternoon, between Egg plant, Pepper Crates,

burned it to the ground. Robinson avenue and Orange avenue at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. Write F. F. Dutton, Sanford, Fla.,

The brigands then proceeded to Thursday, June 18th a kit of Ford auto tools. 'Return 5-19tf. L H. RAMSDEU for prices on Tomato, Egg Plant and
Cheni, where they set fire to the fam- to Jno. C. Jones. 6-3-3t Pepper Crates. 4-29m
ATLANTIC COAST LINE Buy your garden seed from DeLa- OPTOMETRIST
of the Tibetan lamas.
ous monastery LOST-Brown coat on road between &
ney Abernethy. Just received
Subsequently a column of regular Tickets good on All Regular Ocoee and Orlando. Reward. Box big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf a (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likiiu) Rubber Stamps made to order 12-5-tf.atWarma'1's

troops overtook "and defeated the Trains. Final Limit June 21st. 142, Winter Park, Fla. 6-6-tf I FLORIDAPut Repair Shop.

bandits, who fled to the ravines of It will pay you to let us do some ORLANDO -
Proportionate low rates from bicycle fixed i.ahurVytakeittoWannansRepa r.
Lily mountain 100 miles south of Lan- FOR RENT of your printing. We do it right. in advertising If want your
other money thy purse by -' )
; chow, where they are reported sur- points. Subscribe for the Sentinel. in the Sentinel i Shop. .
rounded by troops. For further information call GOOD BOARD AND ROOM can be
had in private family by applyingto

NOTICE-TO-CONCRETE-- CONTRACTORS on W.or R.write O'Neal to, C. T. A., FOR-407-RENT-Two South Orange office avenue.spaces-5-30-6t-, -in ttlllllllllllllllii, \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ iiHitiiiM \i\\\\\\\\\,\ tIT'S t\\ \\\' ,


Sealed proposals will be received by "'. D. WHITE, D. T. A. our store at No.9 W. Church; street.
"_? City Commissioners of the City Come in and we will show you. Pierce
; of Orlando. State of Florida, at the ORLANDOY. Electric Co. 3-29-tf TIME TO TAKE UP 1 "MOUSE

office of the Comissioners, at or be- R. Beazley, Traveling Passen-
fore 2 p. m., Tuesday June 16th, TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-
: 1914, for the building of 90,000 lineal ger Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.


; feet Specifications more be had or less upon for of application this concrete improvementmay curb.to the Passenger TAMPA Agent 4-26-tf FOR class RENT-Six condition. room No. 210 house N., Orange in first f FURNISHING I I G QUESTiON[ I Ili R REAL[ l

City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or-
May 21st, 1914. We reserve the right lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
x to reject any or all bids.E. MMIIMMMMMMMIMilSUMMER

F. SPERRY, Mayor.S. I.
MISCELLANEOUS
A. JOHNSON, TIME IS EARNESTOur
Commissioner of Public Works.
: 5-26-2tw-3w FLY TIMEAre BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO
PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall

NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS those windows screen- variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
ed ? Patented detachable Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece,
yet
-
hangers used on all or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

Sealed proposals will be receivedby screens. No ladder need. Farm time to, Pine set Castle either., Fla The, Bear's Head pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable

the City Commissioners of the I I ed to take off or put on 6-4-d6t-wlt in sense of the word.
City of Orlando, State of Florida at I when washing windows. every
the office of the Commissioners, at or : NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
..... .. .
MMIMMMMMMMMMMHMMfMMMtMMMMCHARGE '. HIM
before 2 p. m., Tuesday June 16th, R.J.WALDRONContractor potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
1914, for the laying of 130,000 square Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
yards of brick pavement. and Builder Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
Specifications for this improvement
may be had upon application to the 410 West StreetttilMinillllMMHIIIH First class Brazing a specialty at to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense ) joining -

City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after Wannans' Repair Shop O' Court St
May 21st, 1914. We reserve the rightto 12-5-tf. dubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
reject any or all bids.

E. F. SPERRY, Mayor.S. Who is your painter and decorator? feature to
you.
A. JOHNSON, If you are satisfied keep the one you
Commissioner of Public Works. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, IMMItllliiitMMMIIIMItiMimntllMIMIIIIMIMIIIIIMHKincaid .
5-26-2tw-3w No. 636. 1-20-tf
ForJSale

NOTICE Have the Sentinel follow you dur-

---. ing the summer months. Address
Of Application for Tai Deed under Section
8 .f Chapter 4888. Laws of Modern 8-room changed as often as desired. Sub

Florida scribe now-$1.25 for three months. & SnowdenFurniture
I Notice is hereby given that John D. Ramke
of Orlando, Fla.. purchaser of Tax Certificate House 2 doors
Kos 114 and 1142. dated the 3rd day of I Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
June. A. D., 1912, respectively has filed said of is the kind you want. Where to getit
Certificate in my office and baa made application west Wyoming -
? That's easy, phone 636. W. T,
for Tax Deeds to issue in accordance
with law. Said Certificates embraces the Hotel. Bar- Entrican. 1-20-tf of Character
following described property, situated in Orange i ;
County, Florida to-wit: No. 1141 E4 The Sentinel is the newsiest aid
of nw% Section 5, tp 23. sr 30, e and No. gain. best printed daily in Central Florida
i 1142 net of sw% sec 5. tp 23. sr SOe.
The said land being assessed at the date Sentinel want advertising serves at Popular' Prices
of the issuance of such certificates in the I MtaZi Hiii MM ZHMiZB ........
name of J. W. Rush. I HI the seeker and the offerer equally. .
4 Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed
A. L.
according to law. Tax Deed will issue thereon I Bentley, Don't wait for every one in town to
the 7th day of July, A. D.. 1914. have Entrican, the painter, before ii Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
Witness my official signature and seal this
the 6th day of June, A. D- 1914B. 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEHMillllllllilllliililM you try. Am too busy to look you I

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11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side h I
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Skinner Said That Railroad Was I Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

Justified in Doing Things to n i. w Mht acres on beautiful lake

Offset Agitation two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
e
-- court house in the fastest grow FISH AND GAME
4.William Skin-
Washington, June
ing section of Orange County,
ner, a director of the New Haven
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= 3> Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
railroad, continued his testimony to- :- Seven hundred orange and grape

day at the Interstate Commerce Commission's s a fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
into the railroad'sfinancial

affairs.inquiry Lewis Cass Ledyardand ,, Low Round Trip Rates full bearing. This grove is a and pure.

George Baker, directors, and FROM JACKSONVILLE big paying propcsition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Lawrence Minot, a former director,
to Mr. Sulflaa $37.73 Clktf $43.50 Cuchuti $33.00 getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
waiting testify.
were present Dver S8.SO St Pad S6.7S Uiiivill 31.50
Ledyard will testify as a voluntary CoknfeSpriaff 58.H Data 11.51 IioiTillc 21.40 Present crop on trees indicite
Salt Lab City 71.60 Wiuipef 78.TS EmmiDe 32.25
witness. YtUowitoM 7S.IO Tonal 4I.JO Uduupolu 36.30 I
i P.rtlaa1 1M.OO Mratrttl 55.45 FrtllC Lick 35.20 two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET
"Why did the directors make a report Seattle 106.01 ret_" 51.58 Toledo .. 41.10
89.50 Mackiuc 53.00 Detroit. 43.50 $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance
to the stockholders to the ef- LasAifeles -. on f
Su Frucacs 8J.50 Buffalo. 47.40 duBttgqu 47.40i
fect that the New Haven held market- / i .Glacier Park 8175 Niaaara fad 47.40 Mammotk Cat 30.93 terms.
H. M. Self & Co.
able securities of the Billard company : Low rates to other points in Colorado,California,Canada Minnesota I .
I//I ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally
worth $10,400,000 when they were in low ratefrom other points in the State.
reality of little value?" Chief Coun- I / ( Ticket. on tale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. Cooper $ Atha! PINE STREET !

sel Folk asked Mr. Skinner."I i E VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT I
"' SPRINGS ETC. Phone
LAKE, COLORADO No. 80t..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.lllelt..ttl
took the word of accounting. r Going through St.Lou,returning through Chicago 111 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
department of the road." or vice vena. Liberal stopovers on all tickets.

"Then, .as far as these securities |, 4_ ; TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311
1q through trains daily;choice of three different
were concerned you were merely a :::
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rubber stamp director?
}t' i Three daHy trains to the southwest through New lllimilHIMIimilllllHMIMIIIIIMMItllOIIIIIIIIIMMIIM'IIUW.
t
"I did not, and could not investi- Orleans. Unexcelled dining ear service. Fast time.
j Rock Laflast No dust No dirt. For handsome illustrated .
gate all of these details. I acceptedthe i Ii booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleeping
car reservations and other information,address,
of the accounting depart-
report; I I
ment of the value of the securities." I H. C. BRETNEY,

"Did you know of the 'Prayer from III, Florida Puxnitr Agent M. SLEMON
I I 134 West BIT Street .
timent the Hills'?" issued to create public sen- I 'I JACKSONVILLE.FLA.THE .

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"Yes."Do ." -- -
you think it was right to circulate -

literature purporting to come New Goods
Fare$3
Arriving Daily
from the people when, as a matter of i'
1 railroad?" DAILY 9ETWEEN
fact it was sent out by the
"With all the hue and cry againstthe : : UFFAI 0 Si

railroads they must create senti-

ment in their favor."

"Are they justified in using any I t.
method?"
We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. A
"No, but they must create the sen- J

timent. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes. .
GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length
In reply to questions by Mr. Folk
the witness said he did not consider .. 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,(indie*;510 Utmomi and parlor aaolltJllOC: ting 1500 p esen.Prr. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
Crater in out-larger in all proportion*-richer in all appoioewent.-than any learner oa
interlocking directorates worked any inland water of the world.; Internee June ttta.Magnifkent Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods; from H. B. Claflin & Co.
injury to the public interest Steamer"SEEANDBEE.""Gty of Erie and"Cry of Buffalo"

"What brought about the troubled Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar it to Dec.let 4: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
f Lave Bafa10 9:00 P.M. Leave Oerelaod ':00 P.1L
conditions of the New Haven? Wasit Arm dcTclaad 7030 A.11. Arrive Buffalo 7JOA.M. '
not the necessity of disintegratingsome (EaMera Standard Time)
ConneetioM at CUreland for PM-b-Bar.Toledo.Detroit and aQ paiata T_and Soodnnrt.Railroad
of the properties acquired, tiaketa reading bctweea BfiaU aad Orela.d aN good tnaaporUtkwoa our__en.
Ask your ticket agent fat ticbIa via Co 6\B.Lino. Write..for handwoMi illutnted Uoklet bee.
which under various laws the New '
THE CLEVELAND) a BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, Cleveland. O. W. M. SLEMONSURANGE
Haven had to dispose of after it had

t bought them?" asked William Nelson

Cromwell, appearing for several of AVENUE

t the directors. deal. do with To the West and NorthwestVIA
had to
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it."

"Were not the conditions also part- --

ly due to the lack of ability to prop- 1 S OOOlHfliD'.

New Haven's DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
erly mortgage the property -
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"They were." SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED UI I It.l

"Did Mr. Morgan at the directors' :I -..
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meetings show any desire to dominateor IIIIMIIIMHMI

dictate?" I Limited.Dixie Dixie Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

"Not that I recall He was awayin T Orlando, A. C. L..1Z:31am 3:13pmr I v Orlando, ........................ 3:13 pm of Gas
Europe much of the time and could Jacksonville, A. C. L.... 6:45 am 1:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pmT Our New Line RangesWill
v Jacksonville A C. L... 9:3Sun 8-5 pm Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
not attend meetings regularly." T Wayeross A. C. L..ll:50am 105 pm T Wayeross, A. C. L, .............10:20 pm
r Macon G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:15< am r Macon G. S. &: F. .............. 8:46 am be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them,
Following Mr. Skinner's testimony, r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25a. r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am floor and will sell
Mr. Ledyard was called but was not r Knoxville, L. & N. .............1:11 pm consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our ,
r Chattanooga W. & A..12:18 11:55
: am am
r Corbin. L. & N. ................ 3:16pmr reductions during June:
sworn. He said he desired to contra- r Nashville N. C. &: St L 4:50 am <4:30 pm Louisville, L & N. .............. 9:00 pmr them at the following

dict certain statements made by Mr. Ar St. Louis, LC.&L.&N.: : Z:50 pm 1:20 am Indianapolis, ?a. L ............ 1:50 am Old Price Will Sell For

; Meilen in his testimony.Mr. Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ (:50 pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$40.00 $30.00 '.
Ar Hopkinsrille. L I: N........... I:!'lpm Ar Cincinanti. L. & N ............. 8:50 pm
1 Double Oven Cabinet Range . . . . 40.00 30.00
Ar Evanivflle, L, &: N..... 9:23am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. ft L ..........1%:20 pm
Tenny is certainly a busy man Ar Terre Haute, C. &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. ft: L ....... %:45 pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50
Ar Chicago C. A: E. L..... 6:50pm :S0am r Cleveland- Big Four .............
these days. It is no easv iob to knockabout 7:15am 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges . . . . 20.00 17.50

over this state in the summer I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at14.00 until July
Growers will his Solid train, composed of section
time. appreciate oom sleeping cars observation compartment drawing Solid train, composed of electric lighted 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
calls. They wilt appreciate his ad- an and dining ear. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
dresses. lIe is going to make the Chicago, and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis.
league a power in this state. Every Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis;
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
grower should rally to his support.He Solid train carrying electric lighted com-, Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between Orlando Water & Light Companyr
is working for all of them.- artment, observation sleepers and elee tie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
ighted section drawing-room leepers. First-
Growers' News. las coaches and smoking ear/ Dining car Thursdays of each week. Dining car M
erve meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. '- Gas Department
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Boml't* Jfffention Uniform Courtes y Sajs the Impression Made By Americans

at Vera Cruz Will Be
Co Details e7v ill
of Great Benefit

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Annapolis, lid, June 5.-President "
Wilson today told 154 graduates of

the naval academy, many of whom .' fj .

: THE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO leave shortly for Mexican waters, :. ? Y

that the mission of the United Statesis ; ; ; .. A Man's{ Tiikit: : S ( !

one of service to humanity, not of .
aggrandizement nor conquest. lIe -

CHOOSING INVESTMENTSIs spoke at the annual academy gradua "
To I ib( "yVtfB 1
not a light undertaking for even men of tion exercises and later delivered diplomas : : :
to the young midshipmen. He

wide knowledge and business experience.The declared the duty of the United Statesis
"Since I began turning a regular amount over to my
to serve the world.
careful investor never for a moment wife each month I have
Speaking of the Vera Cruz situa- never had the slightest worry
permits the interest rate to influence his judg- tion the president reverently de- : over household affairs. She regulates expenses so she

ment as to the safety of the principle.To clared: "I pray God that the boys has a comfortable balance, and 1 tell her she has a great
there will not have to "
fight business
any head.
the
inexperienced investor, the ONE
more." He added that the real good .
SAFE COURSE is to put his or her money in they will do will be their impressionon la
; i.\ t.Wm] WOMANcan ( ; N
this bank, taking one of our Certificates of Deposit the Mexicans. :
"They are not strutting or bluster-
earning 4 per cent interest. ing," he went on. "The people of do wonders toward helping her husband get ahead j '\i

This avoids every element of chance, givesa Vera Cruz who despised and hated '. if she is given a chance to run her home on a business

safe, sure interest return with the principlesecure Americans will think differently of : : .1 basis. i
them when leave."
our boys
and available any time.llllttllMMMMMHllMMMMIimMIIMMMililM. The president spoke in a huge :" :: Come in and start an account for jour wife here;
we will give her the benefit of other
women's
armory packed with more than 5,000 :. exper-
officers midshipmen and relativesand : lences. ..-Mill .
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enthusiastically friends of the cheered graduates.during lie was his <.-... .' .'. Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve you." ::.....', .' .

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morning on the Mayflower from : .

We Will Put the Reinsof academy Washington graduation to take part exercises.in the naval .0' .! '. Q\,1 ij3 1. \ ffi) l : 'D..I"

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Capt. W. F. Fullam, superintendentof

Success in Your the academy; Capt. W. G. Logan,

commandant, and Lieut. Com. Chauncey ,:. .. . _- ., iiiI
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a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; were held. As the presidential party I ,

landed on the bank of the Severne 1"IIIII IIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"lallllll1IIIIIIIIIIIIt
w t call on you. He will give you a ; another salute boomed from a shore H

? formula that will make and mature ; battery.A .
bad wind and rainstorm made (

your fruit. the going difficult for the Mayflower ill GRAND THEATER

throughout the night but the presi- :

r dential party suffered only inconvenience I:
and had no serious trouble.

T m rll f Fertilizer r wireless President dispatch Wilson on received board the a May-long COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN j


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ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA I Falls. Members of the party
refused to discuss the message except TODAY

tHHIMIIIMMIMIIIfltitllillllMIIIIIMHUHMMfriCOW to say that it did not materially ,

change the situation.

il'IIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..IIIIII.III.IIIII.i ; "Award Of Justice," a Kalem drama, in two parts, j

: CHICAGO WOMAN TAKES MAN that deserves time and interest.
: OF MYSTERY INTO HOME your
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F PEASWe I I I Chicago, June. 5.-"J. C. R.," the ; "Oh, Doctor," an Essanay comedy "Nuff Sed,"

: man of mystery, who wandered here

\ : last winter from Rochester, Minn., ; "A Winter Holiday in Bermese." A very interesting topic. '
-- : where he was thought by hospital attaches -

I to be a naval officer whose another of those Edi-
"A Boarding House Romance just | j
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have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- mind had become a blank, was today
: cared for at the home of Mrs. H. E. comedies.
PEAS in stock. Write for son
HAM
COW quotations, nam- : Pitkin, who has claimed him as her

ing quantity desired. Price sure right. I son. Mrs. Pitkin's son and daughter,
5 : however, said they felt sure their Always The Best Music.
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of : mother was mistaken.

: Mrs. Pitkin idetifies "J. C. R." asher
all kinds. : son, Carlisle, a mining engineer, I If''CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg. Plant Carriers who disappeared in the Goldfield, I
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: Nev., mining district in 1906. The
etc. Phones 181191. I ALL NEXT \VEEK-"THE HOWZE SISTERS." The nifty en-: ,
: dentification was accepted by a jury i
tertainers. Born in Ragtime Land.
: of medical men and psychological ex

F. F. Dutton : perts. Tuesday_-THE TRIUMPH OF AN EMPEROR." ; ;: : /
The man is possessed of his phys-
: :: : I
: ical strength, but is unable to communicate Friday-"THE MASTER MIND." .
SANFORD, FLORIDA I I
ideas in any manner. A ,

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CITY TO HAVE NEW STREET I
AGREEMENT ON FREIGHT RATE : 3,000 THREATEN TO STRIKE IN
ROLLER PRETTY SOON SPEER IMPEACHMENT CHARGESTO

BE HEARD -- ON RICE I PROTEST

Councilman Johnson was given authority -

: at yesterday's meeting to Washington, June Satisfactory Pittdwrg, June 5.Approxima
Washington, June 5.-The impeach- : .
: trade the old street roller for a new agreement with carriers for reduction 3,000 men and women employes cWestingheuse f
Federal
ment charges against Judge
one upon the payment of the differ- I of freight rates on rice from Memphis Electric and Man !"
Emory F. Speer, of Macon, Ga., will
: ence. The councilman had been in Tenn., to Evansville, Ind., Louis- taring company at East Pittsbusj
I be brought before the house and disposed -
Stock Reducing Sale communication with a manufacturingconcern ville, Ky., and other Ohio river points fUt'ed.to gc to work this m'};|
I of at this session of congress, .
which offered to take the old ] has been effected by the Interstate I They formed in line and mart!,.
i according to Representative Webb, of
roller at a valuation of $800 and fur- I Commerce Commission. The commission the playgrounds at Turtle Cn,
North Carolina, chairman of the judiciary '
Continued 30 DaysMISSESJIAMILTON nish a new six ton roller 'valued at committee. today held that existing rates 'I mile away, to discuss their '
2,3oO: ; upon the payment of $1,550. I I subject Memphis to undue disadvantage 'ances. Representatives of th. h\
The old roller is in need of repairsand The subcommittee investigating the i ; but made no order pending inauguration !! gheny Congenial Industrial Un.

I J JI in view of the brick work to be charges has been engaged in review- }I i of a promised schedule of dared the strike had been cal:
ij 1 I
& DUNN ing testimony taken at Macon and
done soon the new roller will be badly lower tariffs. The schedule would reduce cause the company had been di-
other cities, and will be assembled
clean rice five cents
needed. rates on per ing men for no other reason than f
early next week to agree upon its report hundred and brewer's rke _
pounds on the
had joined organizeformed
: Agents for Barclay Corsets to the entire judiciary committee they
I WASHINGTON REQUESTS HON 4 lone to three cents per hundred early in the year for the PU'
which to consider the
expects
I OLULU TO RECEIVE LEPER I pounds. pose of securing "better working cc"'
McCalPs Patterns case at once.JICSSELWHITE.
Honolulu, T. H., June 5.-The Hon- ditions." They said employes of tv :
MAN WHO STOLE "MONA LISA"
Machine a: 1
olulu board of health has received a Westinghouse company
." 'I.e .r 'I"I"'I'IIIIIIIIII" II"'IIIIII' request from the federal health authorities TO GET PAY FOR DRAWS TERM OF YEARS the Pittsburg Meter company w :a

at Washington for permis- PARK AT DISCOUNT __ Florence, Italy, June 5.-The pleaof I would be called upon to strike.

sion to send John R. Early, the alleged "extenuating circumstances" was I
GOOD FOR
MOST ANYWHERE wives.
Pay debts and adver-
tise your leper, to Molakai. Local oppo- City council yesterday took actionto accepted today in behalf of Vincenzo Have the Sentinel follow you rl-r. ,
from
buy of
; men is
enterprise
sition to the proposed plan has been pay Mr. J. P. Musselwhite for the Pergugia, who stole Da Vinci's months. Aduecs
the
Editor Times:-Here in Kansas ,the best counsel under the skies, and "Mona Lisa" from the Louvre in ing summer
aroused and it is doubtful if Early'stransfer lots sold by him for park purposes on often desired. Sub
will changed as as
City we have adopted a motto which make you healthy, wealthy and Paris. The judges sentenced him today -
to Hawaii will be permitted.On Lake Eola at a discount of six percent three months.
for
might suggest itseif to you for print. wise. Sincerely, George Aiken, in June 2 Early announced his pres- if he cared to accept paymentin to one year and fifteen days's imprisonment scribe now-$1.25

The moral is: Apalachicola Times. ence in a Washington hotel at which that way. The city bought the
to bed and to rise As Pergugia has been in prison Don't wait for every one in town to
"Early early ; cut Vice-President Marshall lives. He escaped area from Mr. Musselwhite upon the before
Entrican, the painter
the weeds and swat the flies. Mind FOR RENT-Store N. E. Corner from the quarantine station at condition that the purchase price of awaiting trial since December, last you have try. Am too busy to look you

your own business and tell no lies; Church Streets. Apply at 123 Port Townsend, Washington, on May $2,000 be paid January, 1915, without year, he will serve only about six up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
don't get drunk and deceive your Court St., up stairs 6-6-lw- 18. interest. months. job. 12Mf

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