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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 9, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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: THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe


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, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. NUMBER 101.

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PETITION Will BE f P PRESENTED[ [ I i0 PREPARING mR BIG RAILROAD PRESIDENT 'ARMISTICE E CONDITION WITHDRAWN A




COMMISSIONERS[ ON N ROAD A Q QUESTION[ EXHIBIT AT PANAMA AY GOVERNMENT I AND

PACIFIC EXPOSITION ILLO1NN ROADS CARRANZA SENDS[ DELEGATES[l[ [


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1 ASKING THAT ROAD TO THE THE- SANITARY COMMISSIONER I IS -
FLORIDA MEN TO MEET IN NEWMAN ERB LOOKS UPON IL IE UP R RUN BETWEEN[ I BUT NO INTERNAL AFFAIRS

COUNTY TO COMPLETION LINE BE BUILT DIRECTING lAN[ UP WORK JACKSONVILLE TO LAY GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP MIAMI AND JACKSONVILLE K [ WILL BE DISCUSSEDBY

I PLANS FOR GREAT AS INEVITABLEIN THEM


Alleys and Hidden Places Are Being DISPLAY FEW YEARS Van Steamer Line Resumes Service

BY O OPINIONS ARE[ EXPRESSED[ Made to Give Their
Up After Hiatus in the Traffic WONT DISCUSS U S PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT


Secrets CANVASS OF STATE JO B BE[ MADE ,COMMENTS[ ON MillHfS STORY for Some Time

MANY OWNERS OF PROPERTY
SO FAR AS TilE PART
THAT THE
ALONG LINE WILL SIGN PETI- General cleaning up is now in progress Jacksonville, June 8.-Again steamer -

TION WHILE OTHER TAX PAYERS I in response to an order issued PRELIMINARY SCOUTING EXPEDITION SAYS THAT MELLEN DID ONLY I traffic is to be resumed between REBEL DELEGATES WILL TAKE
Commissioner H. Clark IN THE PEACE PARLEY
by
Sanitary WHICH
HAS CONVINCED Jacksonville and Miami
OPPOSE IDEA OF REDUCING WHAT, EVERY RAILROAD on the At-
I Robertson. The campaign was begun I BIDS FAIR TO GET
O'HARA THAT PEOPLE PRESIDENT HAS TO DO lantic ocean. The Van Line has secured RESULTS
OTHER ROADS
I yesterday, and a good showing was CAN BE PERSUADEDTO I a new steamer, and she is now IN PACIFYING MEXICO
made UNDER THE SYSTEMIN
by night.
: ready for her maiden voyage. Tues-

Citizens of the Taft neighborhoodheld The alleys back of the stores were CONTRIBUTEJacksonville VOGUE :day morning she will sail for this city
I I I I .u __. Washington, June 8.-(Special.)-
interview with Chairman M. visited first. Commissioner Robertson
an I and will return to Miami one week Substantial
concessions all
0. Overstreet of the county commis- notified the storekeepers that if rla., June .-tom- London, June 8.- (Special.)-New- from today. by con-

sioners and made I they had anything that valued man Erb, president of the Minneapolis cerned in the Mexican problem extri-
yesterday an en- they missioner W. Walter O'Hara of the This vessel is 220 feet long, 26 feet cated
the United States from
gagement to meet him again this I that the same had better be removed & St. Louis railroad, and for the today a
Panama-Pacific international beam and will
exposi- 500 tons the
i carry up most embarrassing tangle and
before he forces past thirty years prominent in rail- put
afternoon to further discuss the matter sanitary got busy.
tion, who is in Jacksonville after visiting river at Miami with ease. She is of mediation on its feet for the time be-
road in the United States
of extending the brick road to the :Trash and debris of all descriptions enterprises ,
every section of the state in the the single screw variety, and cost ing at least.
Osceola county line. was raked up and carted off and disinfectants tonight gave out a statement concerning -
interests of the big event next $160,000. Capt. Murphy, who brought The United States advised Huerta
yearin the American railroad situation.Mr. ,
This action grew out of the pub- of lime and carbolic acid I
San Francisco, has sent out no- the vessel down from the pier at New through the mediators that
lished Erb declares that the no more
used govern-
statement that the commis- were generously about.
I tices calling a meeting of the Florida ment ownership of American rail- York, made the trip1 to the Magic Cityin ships loaded with arms would be permitted -
sioners had reached a tentative agree- It is probable that the citizens will i
just 99 hours. He is proud of hiss
commission in Jacksonville for Tues to clear from American
roads is inevitable. He said he ports.
ment that the Osceola wa
road should be
be asked to with the
co-operate city'sforces
ship and declares she is the best of Huerta thereupon withdrew his order
cut off four miles from the greatly interested in Mellen's testimony -
county day.With
in making Orlando a spotless her kind the Atlantic seaboard.
upon blockading Tampico the
against An-
line and from the the commissioners and other before the Interstate Commerce
completed proceedsof town. The summer season is I
open This new steamer of the old Van
the regular road and bridge fund and it is of urgent importance that interested persons coming from different -. Commission, but said, that like all Line is built especially for the tilla loaded with arms for the consti-

i'' ai the accrued.It i I portions of the state, the arrival -: such testimony, the Mellen story only service tutionalists.
necessary money the town be made clean and that the between these two cities. She
of these trains is likely to scratched the The mediators advised Washington
is understood that the petition damp and unwholesome places shouldbe necessitate surface of the whole
was constructed for freight, but ample representatives of the
the of the first constitutionalists
which is being circulated the holding session truth. -
among looked after..
property owners of'Taft will be num- at an hour well along in the The hue and cry against these rail room has been provided for the that they have waived the neces-

Commissioner Robertson has begun forenoon to of all accommodation of passengers. The sity of an armistice which they had
erously signed by tax in Or- permit being'present. roads was justified in some instances,
lando and other parts of payers the county. his work in an energetic manner, and For this reason, Commissioner he said, but the reasons for the evils company believes that a good passen- given as a condition for Carranza's
in a week's time a great amount of business will be done the
ger during admission to the
Among the heavy tax in Or- O'Hara has not yet named an hour increasing had been overlooked.Up peace parley. There-
payers .
will be
lando who favor the extension of the good accomplished. for the morning meeting but will wait to ten years ago men identifiedwith summer because of the many advantages upon it was announced that Carranza

road from the bond money is Col. until after the visitors arrive and the management of railroadswere of ocean traveling during the will send delegates to Niagara with

then select the most convenient time. without exception large hot weather. authority to discuss the international
T. J. Watkins. He said yesterday: ownersof
"I think the road should be built SUPREME COURT GRANTS NEW As this will be the first meeting of railroad capital and when money Beginning next week the steamer affairs of Mexico to a limited extent

from county line to county line. This the Florida board, the work of organization was spent for new equipment and will leave Miami at 3 o'clock on Tues along the lines of the policy laid down

was a promise made to the people of TRIAl f FOR R ARNOID BAXTER i will claim first attention. Following improvements, the .heads of the roadsled day afternoon, arriving here Thurs by Carranza. His representatives will

the Taft section and I think it should this, it is probable that the ( due precaution, because it was day morning. She 'will: leave here !I be authorized to discuss such mattersas

be carried out. I believe in a square consideration of ways and means for largely their own money they were Saturday afternoon, arriving in Miami property rights under the Huerta

deal, and it would-be less than squareto Verdict of the Lower Court Reversed best serving the interests of the state spending, but today, said Mr. Erb, the on Monday morning. regime, the national obligations con-

fail to build this road. The pea and Lawyers Try to Get in providing for the greatest exhibit railroads were directed by hired men i tracted by the Huerta regime, and

ple voted for the bond issue with the Hearing Set Florida has ever had will be taken up. who don't own the stock and extrava the general reforms already outlined

idea that- the- road- would be constructed I In this connection, Mr. O'Hara, who gance therefore results. N NO MIDDLE l[ GROUND IN NCRS A E by Carranza for the betterment of

performed this same service for New Mr. Erb said that what Mexico.
and I think the commissioners Messrs. Davis & Giles, attorneysfor Mellen did
should keep faith with the people. I Arnold Baxter, who was tried and York and several other states, will virtually every railroad president has Of JUDGE[ SrR[[ Under no circumstances will the

do not mean this in criticism of the convicted for cattle stealing at the tell the commissioners of some of the to do, or go broke, for no road in the Carranza representatives discuss the
plans and methods that have question of a provisional government
commissioners, for I have every con- first term of circuit court ever held in proved United States today can pay expenses

fidence in them and believe they Seminole county, received a message both practical and tremendously suc- and be independent without outside Judiciary Committee of House Must or in any manner countenance the

reached their decision conscientiously yesterday from the clerk of the supreme cessful. In this connection, he will financial assistance, and this is why Recommend Either His Impeach recognition of Huerta.

but I think they are mistaken, court saying that the court outline some of the possibilities of the old order of railway men is pray ment or Dismissal The understanding between Bryan
Florida and just what this and the mediators, which resulted in
that's all. had reversed the judgment of the lower opportu- ing for government ownership. The

Mr. Benj. Drew was another. He court. This means that Baxter nity means if it is taken advantage longer the roads are compelled to con the blockade of Tampico being called
of. Washington, June 8.-Members of off, included a proposition that the
said he would sign the petition whichis will be given another trial. tinue under private ownership the
circulated After definite must become the difference the house judiciary subcommitteewhich whole question of the freedom of the
being by the Taft people."I some program is decided greater
The Baxter case created great interest has charge of
am very much interested in the upon, the exposition commis- between income and outgo with the impeachment port should be remitted to the list of
and the trial caused consider- charges against Emory Speer of Macon
sioner will also eventual result that issues to be decided in the general
construction of this road, said Mr. take up a number of our securities will
able excitement. It was alleged that Ga., United States district
judgefor audit when
Drew, "and would like, to see it built. the details of the work with the board be down at a point which will spell the settlement of Mexico'saffairs
cattle had been stolen from various the southern district of
The Taft people have a right to feel and give the members the benefit of ruin to thousands of shareholders. Georgia, is finally reached.
parties, and the evidence in proof was I stated today that no middle) course
disappointed over the reported actionof the Baxter's his wide experience in such matters.In -- I .
discovery on place of a was open to me committee ana inai REBELS EXPLAIN THE SHOOTING
the commissioners, and f hope to addition, several of the state OCEAN LINER PASSES THROUGH
number of hides the marks of
bearing it would recommend either that Judge OF 26 MEN
reversal of this GATUN LOCKS
see a plan. several commissioners are enthusiastic and
On the other side of the i f question owners. The animals had have given the subject a great deal Panama, June 8.The first passage Speer be impeached or that the pro- Juarez, Mex., June 8.-Rumors that
been butchered, the meat sold and ceedings be dismissed.
which the day brought forth was the the hides buried. of study and attention and have signified through the Gatun locks by an ocean many federals had been executed recently -
"The subcommittee has reached at Chihuahua City led to the
following communication: Messrs. Davis and Giles went io their intention of presentingthe liner was successfully carried out today no

Orlando. Fla., June 8, 1914. Sanford plans of their own for exploiting by the Panama railroad steam- agreement yet," said Chairman statement by constitutionalist officials

Editor Sentinel-If you will allow : yesterday, where court is in Florida's vast wealth of natural ship Allianca, a vessel of 4,000 tons. Webb, of North Carolina, "but maybe here today that those who faced the
me a small space I wish to make a i session, to secure a date for the rehearing re- able
The trip was made to test the working to report to the full judiciary firing squad were without exception
;few remarks in regard, to the brick but so far the court has an- sources.
committee deserters from the
of the electric towing locomotivesin by next Thursday. The constitutionalistarmy
roads now in question over the coun- nounced no decision in the matter. Mr. O'Hara states that he has "
t ty. I have lived in Orange county handling a large vessel. The op- committee can not recommend cen- and "reds, or former Madero
The found and enthusiasm
f twenty-odd 'years and think that thee case was hotly contested and the ready response :I eration passed off without incident sure as reported; there is no middle irregular troops, who had joined the
,
county commissioners have given out attorneys for Baxter are receiving and a keen appreciation of Florda's the time course." Huerta soldiery.Of .
about hour
the correct idea about cutting off the congratulations for the able mannerin opportunity in talking with the lead- required being an
The subcommittee shot last
lower end of the road towards Kis- and a half each way. had another long twenty-six Wednesdayat
which handled it. ing business and professional of
simmee instead of any of the others. they men conference today, going over the Santa Rosa, a suburb of the state
There is no room for argument at all, the state. While the citrus fruit and large number will be attracted to this I I charges and the testimony. Repre- capital, seven were former membersof

comparing Conway with Taft. Where INVADED PALACE FROM CEL- vegetable growers, pledging throughthe state. sentative Volstead Minnesota, the the constitutionalist army and sev-
was Taft ten years ago? In a Florida and
cypress LAR TO TOP exchange the mem-
Conway has Commissioner O'Hara likewise Republican member, is said to be in en were bandits, according to this ex-
swamp. some bers to raise fund of
forty or fifty orange groves to have a $100,000, have states that he considers himself most I favor of sustaining Judge Speer. The planation.

fruit from and no road to haul them London, June 8.-Harry Pike, who taken the initiative, other interests, fortunate in having secured the con- other two members of the subcom-

over and never have had beyond the yesterday startled authorities by invading especially the railroads, of the state,
sent of John Frohock, of Miami, to mittee, Representatives Webb and BASEBALL RESULTS
County Home; and in regard to the the naval stores lumber and
fertilizer
Buckingham palace, is not a -
taxes there are twenty people in Con- serve as one of Florida's exposition Fitzhenry, of Illinois, today absolutely National League
way's vicinity to every one between suffragette agent, according to the at- interests and several manufac- commissioners. "I was only able to declined to state their positions, New York 4, St. Louis 1.

Taft and Kissimmee, so why should torney for the prosecution who appeared turers have also taken the matter up secure Mr. Frohock," continued the saying no conclusions had been I Brooklyn 2, Chicago 3.
Taft's people argue about so much against him at Bow street with the of the I
tax with police purpose making en- 'commissioner, "through the efforts of reached. Boston 2, Cincinnati 3.

have money just lately sprung no returns up, while when Conway they- court today. The man, who tire proposition an-unprecedented suc- Commissioner H. C. Schrader, the Philadelphia 5, Pittsburg 7.

patrons have been paying taxes clambered over the 10-foot spiked cess. Jacksonville representative on the ASHES OF .MRS. STEVENSON TO American League

c for the last twenty-five years and wall, which surrounds the palace' Just as an instance of the far board. Mr. Schrader urged Mr. Fro- REST NEAR HUSBAND'S Detroit 4, Philadelphia 5.

not say even there on is a no railroad argument? Therefore to the ques-, I grounds, and eluded sentinels, police I reaching and world wide interest in hock to join the cr emission and he Chicago 1, New York 0.

tion at all and that the county commissioners guards and servants, did so while under the approaching exposition, the com- consented: More than this he is gen- Los Angeles, Cal., June 8.-In ful- Cleveland 8, Boston 11.

3 are absolutely right in I the influence of drink and without missioner received a dispatch confirm- uinely enthusiastic for making the l fillment of her last wish the ashes of St. Louis 8, Washington 7.

p their decision. ulterior object, said the prosecutor.Pike ing what has appeared in the ,
I newspa- exhibit of Florida fruits and vegeta- Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson will repose Federal League

A. D. ARNOLD. I strolled about for a long time in pers, stating that a single steamship bles in California, this state's great-'1 beside the body of her husbandon St Louis 2, Pittsburg 3.

INCREASE IN the interior of the palace, which he company had already booked passagesfor est competitor, far ahead of anythingever the summit of Mount Vaca, Samoa. Chicago 4-7, Brooklyn 3-10.

NUMBER DEATHS explored from basement to sixth floor 10,000 well to do farmers in before attempted. I This was made public here today on Indianapolis 15, Baltimore 5.
Washington, June 8.-Men killed in before being discovered.
He
had Sweden for next year. Florida will "With the meeting of the Florida the authority of Mrs. Isobel Strong, Kansas City 7, Buffalo 8.
about coal
I ancL mines in the United changed his in I
clothing one of the be particularly interested as practically commission called for Tuesday, I am daughter of Mrs. Stevenson. Southern League

States compared during with April 285 numbered in 346, as chambers for a suit belonging to a all of these come here for the confident that with the present per- I Before the door of the tomb will be Memphis 6, Chattanooga 2.
April, 1913 servant
the bureau of mines purpose of investing their money in sonnel of the board, absolute successis inscribed the last stanza of Steven Mobile 6, New Orleans 0.

announced to- The magistrate remanded the pris- I the purchase of farms, orchards, assured and that very soon all of son' verse to his wife: Atlanta 3, Nashville 5.Birmingham .
The
large
day. increase was due to oner for a week for further
an explosion at Eccles, W. Va., which inquiry. I truck gardens, etc. While Canada the people of the state will become "Teacher, tender comrade; wife. 8, Montgomery 5.

resulted in the death of 180 men. TilE WEATHER I and the Northwest will make a special vitally and personally interested in Fellow farer, true through life. South Atlantic League

1 I effort to secure many of this I making the showing of the great Heart whole and soul free. Columbia 7-1, Savannah 0-3.

r Xsale Carter's finest class of prosperous agriculturists I Peninsula State one that will be a tre- The august Father gave to me." Albany 5, Macon 4.
on atI
one-half price to close black ink Florida: Partly cloudy Tuesday; and horticulturists, it is believed mendous credit and attract the atten- Mrs. Stevenson died in Santa Barbara Augusta 11, Columbus 1.
' u; out A bar- probably thundershowers in north that with plenty of proof of Florida's 'I' tion Jacksonville 1 Charleston
-'lain: Curtis & O'Neal not only of the entire country I several months ago. Her ashes 1. Four-
next P. 0. portion. Wednesday
fair.
generally
possibilities, for maknig money, a but the whole world." are now in San Francisco. teen innings; darkness.


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quality, 36 inches wide, a beautiful line of
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Silk line of plain colors, 40 inches wide, reg- .
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RAFTER THE REUNION.To to vacate the seats of the delegates. ARRESTS IN HOLD-UP MYSTERY

,There is one way, and only one way

the Confederate soldier the last I out of it, and that is through a duly Fr.J'1liw.
New York, June 6.-Joseph Longo,
I commissioned marshal with his aids,
Reunion is always the best. His unfailing -
optimism pases over the evil under inflexible orders from the Conjmander a chauffeur, and James Fay, a pool And if you wish to hear the world's best music _

and keeps in remembrance only the in Chief, stationed at the entrance room owner, were held today, charged executed by the world's greatest artists -
with participation in the hold-up yesterday -
From to the reserved seats of delegates -
Jacksonville.
good. It at
was so
from floor of two employes of the American turn your ear this way when our Vic-
his first glimpse of that beautiful city rigidly excluding or
to the last he refused to hear any- platform every one who is not a delegate Can company, who were robbedof tor and Edison Talking machines begin to play.
nearly $3,000. Fred Kelley, arrested -
thing but words of praise and grat- or the invited guest of the As- i Nothing finer for the canp or summer
yesterday, confessed, accordingto
sociation. To assure the success of the I
itude. Until another Reunion shall
marshal in factas the police, that he had driven the home. Come in and talk it over and see hew
plan would require a
come and go, Jacksonville will be up-
permost in his loving remembranceas well as in name and abetter credential Uneeda BiscuitA car in which the men made their get- easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand
He said Longo hired him.
away.
a city that did most to honor his and badge of identification refining influence of the best music in
hairs and faltering steps. And than the unsightly "button" worn at crisp, clean, nutri- Detectives worked on the theory
gray Jacksonville deserves his remembranceas Jacksonville. Whatever the badge tious food. For that the hold-up was the work of the your home or private apartments.W. .

the city that made most of the worn by the delegate it should bear everybodyevery same men who earlier held up two I

plain veteran of the ranks and gave to his name and division, and the dele- where. Fresh in the clerks of the Masury Paint companyin S. BRANCH,
and robbed them of
him the highest place of honor. She gate should be required to sit with moisture-proof package Brooklyn a
satchel .
the first city to call into requisi- his division during all business ses- 5 cents. containing $3,000.A
was
Tbe
third hold-up on which the policeare Arcade Book and Music Store
tion hundreds of autos in which the sions. And this rule should extendas
resulted in loss of
working a $500
well to the platform where only
soldiers of the Confederacy i
age-worn
McKenzie Voorhees and Gemlin
to ,
the officers of the Convention and of- : ,
ride and at of the former
might none
architects An employe taking the I
invited of honor shouldbe
great reunions have there been such ficially guests
into the company's office was
money
allowed their cards of imitation
,
4 elaborate and thoughtful provisionsfor
9 robbed five who escaped downan
by men,
to the platform expressly stating that
the comfort and fellowship of the .
elevator and in
sped away an au
thousands of gray-clad soldiers. The fact. At every past Reunion with tomobile.IXCREASEGUARDSABOUTJOHX.

great camp in Springfield Park, with possible one or two exceptions it will
its fine tents and shaded walks and be remembered how obtrusive and llr

lights) its sanitary 'equipment and self-seeking men and women have ZuZuThe D:s ESTATE
great dining hall, kept clean and or- crowded the platform, handicappedthe

derly and appetizing, went beyond chairman, anoyed the speakers,
little Tarytown, N. Y., June .-Extra
and sometimes have made illmannered funny name
of the and warmhearted -
anything past
;
welcome and boundless good cheerof examples of themselves without ,{a of the famous little policemen were stationed throughout Just arrived car load
and
Tarrytown today special guards
the citizens of the cosmopolitan shadow of right or reason in a place ginger snap that puts
surrounded the 6,000-acre estate of for immediate -
community had certainly never been intended only for those who are to fresh "snap" and FORDS
John D. Rockefeller to prevent
surpassed. I saw, for instance, again conduct and lead the meetings of the "ginger" into jaded pos-
sible riotous demonstrations when the delivery.Get .
stalwart Reunion. appetites. 5 cents.
and
again a policeman arm
twelve Industrial Workers of the
in with tired old soldiers help- The old-time and
arm \; unfailing chivalryof World members arrested a week ago I nowF.
ing them across the crowded streets; the Confederate soldier, that for Were brought here from the jail at yours
and if here and there vererans were generation has moved him to surrender I
trial.
White Plains for G. RUSH
victimized by overcharges, it was a his place and comfort to men and Sheriff Doyle instructed his depu- ,

notable exception to the rule. and vanity, has nowhere been more ties to arrest any persons enteringthe Phone 226Hammond

What a beauty of imposed upon than at some of our Rockefeller grounds and the policeare

What a scene of kaleidoscopic beau- Confederate Reunions. The writerof equally as vigilant to prevent

ty and of spectacular movement and ( this article has good reason to crowds assembling in the village. The

color was this great new! city of the know how far political ambitions and trial of the twelve arrested in last

far South! Some of us had seen it personal vanity of a certain class of week's brush with the police was secret e

when the war clouds were thick aboveit men and women can make life miser- .

a little while before the crack of able to those who are intent only up-

the guns of the Olustee battle, and on honoring the Confederacy and its GRAHAM CRACKERSThe TEN THOUSAND WESTINGHOUSE

can recall a little half-baked town on veterans and not themselves. : EMPLOYES STRIKE r
natural sweet-
the sandy shore of a great river, with- Another fact is becoming plain to I
ness and nutrimentof
out pride in its past or promise for those of us who in a few years at Pittsburg, June 6.-Strikers sur-
its future. Now it is a succession of most will be done with all earthly re- the wheat are retained 1 rounded the Westinghouse Electric

skyscraping hotels and business pal- unions. Our lineal and official suc- giving thema and Manufacturing company's plantsin
flavor.
aces and unending vistas of beautiful cessors are the Sons of Veterans, together delightful East Pittsburg this morning and

residence streets and growing suburbs with the Daughters of the Con- zo cents. called upon each workman as he en- I

with ships and steamers galore at federacy, who are more truly as time tered the gates to join them. There
its docks, a score of railroad systems passes the daughters of the mothersof Buy biscuit baked by were some additions to the ranks of

converging upon it, and all around it the Confederacy. Both of these the strikers, and other men seeing the .
NATIONAL p
in tree and moss and flower and stream great organizations were in splendid crowds returned to their homes.

the charm of the semi-tropics, a vast- evidence at Jacksonville, as at other BISCUIT Twenty special policemen were on

ly different Jacksonville from the Reunions. With pomp and circum- COMPANY duty, but there was no disorder. Gore

sleepy old vilage of the sixties. stance of parade and review and with Nearly 10,000 are out.
Always look for that
With all of its hotels and boardinghouses all their younger enthusiasm and loy- name I

more umerous, perhaps, than alty for the Confederacy and its ,veterans The Dickison Chapter U. D. C., of FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

? of any other Southern city, it was .. thev comforted_u and cheered our_ --_ Ocala, tendered its annual. dinner .tc,
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taxed to the utmost to entertain the older minds and hearts with a vision the veterans on June 3rd, Jeff Davis VALUES LOW PRICES

host of veterans, visitors, sponsors, of F what they could and would do inthe I and daughters as their sacred herit- birthday.LHlttilMHIIItMMIIM.

maids of honor and matrons. The I years to come to preserve and embody age.-H.-M.: Hammil in Confeder v COMPARE

Aragon, the headquarters of the our old-fashioned ideals and ,Veteran.

union, was an intensely Re-I traditions. But if they are to do this I OUR FURNITUREWe

t mass of guests clamoring for food, i and to become our successors in word REBELS LEVY LOAN OF ONE SUMMER TIME IS

drink and service, with the mercury and deed it is time that our Reunions I I MILLION PESOSOn provide the quality of furniture that has long
rising above ninety degrees as a'commentary. should allow our coming together, not FLY TIMEAre furniture the
been accepted by knowing buyers as
The writer paid ten dollarsa in 'social and spectacular ways I If article is here it is
Board U. S. S. California, Ma- those windows screen- standard of merit. an good.It .
day for three days for what any only, but in one or more official joint zatlan, Mexico, June 4 (by wirelessto ed yet? Patented detach- wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

other three days of the year wouldha.e sessions in which the veterans and San Diego, Cal, June 5.-A loan able hangers used on all this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

supplied at half the money, and fathers by the side of their "sons" of one million pesos has been levied screens. No ladder need- this business, and that means much to any buyer.

made up his mind while doing so that and "daughters" may take counsel together by the constitutionalists, in possession ed to take off or put on
in the future, whether of the staff or and plan for the years to come I when washing windows.
of the city of Tepic, upon Span-
rank and file, he would take his placein when the Confederat Reunion shall be ish residents, according to informa- McNffll & DAVIS BLOCK,

camp under tent among the plain memory only. tion that reached Mazatlan today. It R.J.WALDRONContractor Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.
fellows at whose side in the and Builder I
as a boy (
Their gay life and movement, their was said that all Spaniards had been i _
Army of Northern Virginia he had joy and fellowship the of the 410 West Street :
parade notified to leave Tepic by June 6. -
and IL ._ _, ""
once fought slept.It --
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would be a good thing for all ofus '
their glitter and beauty and charm, defending Mazatlan continue.F. ---
so long as the tent city of the annual I
we who are old can look upon in sympathetic Unger, representing the United .1111111,111.1111111,1.1.,111,
Reunions is spread, if vet-
every remembrance of our own Sugar company, has arranged with 1MIM MNIf11..1.11111..IIIIII.IIIIII.IIII.IIIIIII'II'OlllllltOrlando
eran, regardless of position or rank, that is better than even the joy of and Gen. Iturbe, commanding the consti-

should take "pot luck" together on lays of strength and gladness; but tutionalist forces besieging Mazatlan,
cot and under canvas. I am far from Bank & Trust Co
: there is something committed to us for the return of the cargo of sugar
intending offense when I
say frankly as veterans out, of our heroic past taken from the schooner Garibaldi
that there is altogether too big a gap pleasure of youth, and we would be when it fell into the hands of consti- Statement at 'Close of Business April 11, 1914
between the gold lace and decorationof '
glad to put it into possession our sons tutionalists last Sunday.
a major and brigadier general at I
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a headquarters hotel at $5 to $10 a RESOURCESReal

day and the plain soldiers of the khaki &" "lltt'It" 'I"I"I"'I"I'I"I" Estate Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

tents at the other end of the Reunion.A Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14

little more democracy and a little Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

less caste at the next Richmond Re- Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33 .
union would be little reminder in that i Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
historic city of the days of real sold-

iery, when the only difference between ': ORLANDOWater $904,906.09

general and private was in the fact LIABILITIES

that the other followed
led and
one Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
when the fight
was on. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None *
One fact became clear to all of
us
& Light Co. Bills payable . . . . . . . None
at Jacksonville, and that was the imperative -

necessity at future Reunionsfor Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72
unhampered and unobstructed
Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
business sessions of the United Vet-

erans'.Association, to which delegatesare
ElectricityGas 901906.09
sent and before which most important -

matters must come. oBth at

the Temple and under the big assem- Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

bly tent of the recent Reunion men Water Ice Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
and women, delegates and nondele-

gates, crowded into the proper seats Increase in 37 days . . . . 1Z1OU8.81

of he official delegates, making it Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38

again and again a sheer impossibilityfor Office---No. 18 West Central Ave. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
the chairman's gravel to secure

order and the words of the speakersto Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34

be heard. Generally it was the interlopers I
who brought noise and con- f Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

fusion, to the annoyance of delegateswho Telephone No. 6 : The officers and directors of the'Orlando Bank and

wanted to hear and who were : t Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

shut out of their assigned seats. At : friends and customers for making such a statement pos-

times this intolerable J sible., f Ti m
was and the Jc'i" .,""' : I
kindly appeals of the presiding officers : : ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK

were unheeded by the mob of intrud- ,
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THE DAILY WHAT'S TilE MATTER WITH THE SIDELIGHTS I[I the church organ or any other musical i -: ,: II
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EDITORS? instrument in the church service. j

South Florida Sentinel | (By W. S. Branch) I If this thing keeps on they will want

t MORNING AND WEEKLY (Ocala Banner) I Those people down at Taft act as I us to be better than the Methodists I

i JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. Every editor aspiring for office in though they ought to change the name or the Baptists.

the recent primary election was de of their town to Roosevelt or Jack- I *

Entered, u Second at the Case poitoffie Mail Matter.at Orlando Florida feated. They were left on the way- son. Taft is too quiet and judicial That was a fine looking lot of onion

side high and dry. a name for such a militant class of young ladies pictures which the Times-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Hon. H. H. McCreary, editor of the :citizens. However it looks to Union showed in it's Sunday edition.
us as
Daily. 1 Year ..........................$5.00 Gainesville Sun who has ,
represented
: Daily. 6 Montha ....................... %.60 I though their position was well taken They were graduates of the Women'sCollege
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 Alachua county in the state senateon and the commissioners at Tallahassee who received
Daft,. 1 Month ....................... .50 county will CORSETS
several occasions, was literally have to devise some way to get an- their degree of Bachelor of Arts and

Weekly, 1 Year ....................... LOOWeekly. swept off his feetCongressman other hundred thousand dollars or Bachelor of Science. According to
6 Months ..................... ..76a L'Engle, editor of
cheapen the entire contract so as to the opinion of the very wise Elbert

TO ADVERTISERS: Dixie, and Albert Williamson, editorof bring it all within the amount of Hubbard, a graduate iristenography

the Jacksonville Floridian, candi- money to be expended. stands a much better chance to suc-
Copy for display aid all viher handset dates for congress, were badly ceed in the world than a Bachelor of
adrcrtiiinf mast be handed in at the business
.ffle* .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. snowed under, notwithstanding the In it's column headed "What They Art, but perhaps any young lady will

tJal U chances day before far publication.contract advertising This rule;applies it is fact that Editor L'Engle was serving I Think Of Us," Harpers Weekly pub- make a better stenographer if she

Invariable and will be strictly adhered to. his first term as a member of that lishes the following from C. H. B. I has had the training for a Degree '_,' ,

Subscribers body. Editor Williamson tailed the Floyd, the poetic genius from Apa- before attempting short hand.
desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
should notify the office in writing en ticket, Editor L'Engle running him a lachicola. "Harpers Weekly continues -I _
the date of expiration otherwise it will be close second. rI rRI (
continued at the regular subscription rates to approach perfection. It has Now Denver has a wedding in a
until notice to atop is received Than L'Engle and Williamson there the espirit de corps of a crack I safety vault. If the tie holds well .
fierce and out- I
not two
TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. are more American polo team and of Connie I another source of revenue will be t
spoken men in Florida on all public I Mack's "Athletics" and of a master- opened to the banks.TimesUnion.It .

questions. No two men are more piece of Rodin. Ah, it has style, the might be a good plan to have
THE SENTINEL'S NEW EDITOR in voice to their
courageous giving most precious gift of the high gods. Nat Goodwin and a few others of

convictions. They are not only phys- A graphic description, but the great his sort married in a safety deposite )

The name of the new editorial ically, but are morally brave, but sculptor might object to being classi- I vault and as soon as the ceremony is +' 1JH

writer for the Sentinel having been Tuesday was a Waterloo for both ofI I fied with Waterbury and Mack. over, lock the door and not open it t

already announced by Claude L'En- them. S II again for five or six years. This ..To.

gle's "Dixie," and also by the Re- Than Clarence E. Woods, editor of Those Presbyterians are getting !would be a blow at the divorce lawyersand .
the Eustis Lake Region there is nota
porter-Star, it seems both proper and very exacting. One branch of the big hotels at Reno, but would also -
necessary that some mention of the more delightful character in Flor- followers of Calvin has declared be a step towards morality and bet-

fact should be made in these columns.As ida. He is a Chesterfield in his man against the use of tobacco, not only ter government.
He is gifted writer. He is i a 'y Q5 l)
ners. a a
announced Mr. J. H.
previously by the preachers, but even by the t
Reese has half pleasant speaker. He is a booster
purchased a interest in elders and deacons. Another sectionof NOTICE
and will become editor and a boomer. In the struggle for an
of the Re-
the same denomination has passeda Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
office he was hopelessly,.stranded.Mr. of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
porter-Star and will sever his con- resolution against the use of auto- .
J. H. Reese editor of the Orlando -
nection with the Sentinel after an- mobiles and now the Reformed Presby- Notice is hereby given that H. A. Ward of
other week. He will be succeeded Sentinel, is without doubt one Winter Park Fla., purchaser of tax certifi-
by terians have out
come strong againstis
cate No. 1129, dated the 3rd day of June
Mr. Hugh C. Sparkman, one of the of the most talented writers on the A. D. 1912, has filed said certificate in my CC1 TS
best known and most press of the state unless it be Lam- office, and has made application for tax deedto
capable news-
issue in accordance with law. Said certificate -
paper men in the South. No better bright of the Tampa Tribune. He is left, so to speak, to tell the storyof embraces the following described prop
gifted in statecraft. He is suave in what cause'd the untoward catas- erty, situated in Orange county. Florida to- "THIGH DIMINISHER"
recommendation can be had for any wit: Beginning 12.82 chains south of north-
man than that which comes,from his his manners. He would reflect honoron trophe. west corner of southwest quarter of north- This and many other models are now be-

former employers and associates. The any legislative or cultured body The very thing that ought to make east range quarter 30 east of;section running 6, south township 7.82 22 chains south; ing shown by us.

following words anywhere. Mr. Reese was defeatedfor one popular apparently has the reverse east 10 chains: north 7.82 chains: west 10 .
complimentary from
chains-7 acres. The said land being as-
Charles E. Jones, managing editor of a seat in the legislature. effect. The editor who is brave sessed at the date of the issuance of such
Editor Triplett of the Kissimmee and sincere enough to voice his hon- certificate in the name of J. J. Brophy.
x "Dixie, indicate the esteem in which Unless said certificate shall be redeemed THE NAME "BON TON" OR "ROYAL "'OR.CESTER" -
:Mr. Sparkman' is held by that Valley Gazette was a candidate fora est convictions must do so in black according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon
paper seat in the Florida legislature. Asa and white, and while his fearless con- the 10th day of July A. D. 1914.
and its owners. We feel safe in say- Witness my official signature and seal this ON CORSETS IS YOUR GUARAN-
speaker he is unique and forceful. victions on one thing may be pleas- the 9th day of June, A. D. 1914.
that the
ing readers of the
Sentinel (Seal B. M. ROBINSON.Clerk TEE OF QUALITY, STYLE, FIT AND WORK-
will share in this good opinion as they It would appear that if any one would ing to many his freely expressed con- Circuit Court Orange County, Fla.
become acquainted with him. take with the "old timers" as well as victions on other subjects are just as 6-9-Swks MANSHIP.

the "new comers" that man would displeasing. His utterances have the
"Hugh C. Sparkman, CongressmanL'Engle's have been Editor Triplett. He is misfortune of always being put into Don't wait for every one In town to
YOU BUY ANY ONE
i private secretary, has ac- have Entrican, the painter, before OF THESE FAMOUS -
humorous. He can tell a good story. cold type.
Am to look
cepted the responsible position of you try. too busy you
When the votes were counted in Osce- While he makes strong friends he up. Phone 636, and I will be on the CORSETS ANYWHERE'ITH PER-
managing editor of the Orlando Daily
ola county it was found that he was likewise makes bitter enemies, and job. 1-20-tf
Sentinel FECT CONFIDENCE THAT YOU ARE BUYING
the extreme appendix. Hon. Alfred Ayer, after an experienceof
,
"The Sentinel under the ownershipof More lamentable still. News reaches twenty years in the political field, Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentMIMIMMMMItMIMttt THE BEST. THE NEWEST MODELS
Josiah Ferris has become
one of us of the defeat for the state senate says that one's friends are generally
the best and most influential publications FOR SPRING ARE NOW ON DISPLAY.
from Putnam county of Editor Rus- passive, but one's enemies would
in south Florida. It is conducted sell of the Palatka News. Besides swim a river and scale a fence to do &
in one of Florida's most progressive T. F. HOURmAN
being already a member of the lower him dirt.
cities and is indeed a credit to Or- house, Mr. Russell is president of The editor can very often manu-
lando and that section of the Licensed Plumber and
state. the Florida State Press association.His facture statesmen out of very un- DOYALWORCESTER
Hugh Sparkman is well equipped for father had the distinction of be- promising material, but can rarely do Sanitary Engineer

his new position. He is thoroughly ing on the first national prohibition I for himself what "he can so easily do Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

familiar with the newspaper businessand ticket, and all his life Editor Russell for others. Promptly Attended to. .

is a young man of splendid abil- has lived in the atmosphere of poli- The fate that overtook Horace PHONE 6z9

ity and many worthy achievements.He tics, mingled in rich literary circles Greeley has been the fate that has 106 Court Street CORSETS
has high ideals and the people of overtaken editor since
and possesses a princely personality.But nearly every
Orlando will find in him a worthy cit- he struck a political iceberg, and that time who has had the temerityto I ORLANDO, FLORIDA I

izen and an able newspaper man. As with the balance of the editors went I enter the class of suffering states- 4illmHIMIMIIHMIMMMMIM

the managing editor of Orlando's down with tfte Titanic, and not one men.

will leading once make popular newspaper good. throughout He Hugh will become Sparkman Orange at tllMMMIIilMIMIIIMIMMMIMIIIIiilMIIMIMMiMMttMiHMMMMHItMM PRICE( SI 110 $$3]


county and his work will prove a valuable Ve are and
special agents
asset for the Sentinel, for Or- DrinK: Benscot Lithia Water deliver it in an .
lando and for Orange county. I THOUSANDS OF THE WORLD'S MOST
to all parts of the city. This mineral water is obtained drrect tram the springs in :
heartily congratulate Josiah Ferris in
being able to secure Hugh Spark- Austell, Ga. $1.50 for 5 gallons; 40C half gallon cents at our fount. : FASHIONABLE AND DISCRIMINATING
I
man.. I know how much Claude L'En- WOMEN WEAR EITHER A BON TON OR A

realizes gle regretted that it giving will him open up a, greater but he I MCELROY'S PHARMACY :8: stMIIMIIIIIIIMMIMMMMtMIMMMMMMMMMMtHMMMMIMMMMMMMM': : ROYAL WORCESTER.NO .

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opportunity for one of the most loyal
CORSET CAN COMPARE WITH
and deserving young Democrats of

Florida. He knows that it will be a BON TON IN STYLE, ELEGANCE AND BIT,

position where he can do much good "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lrllllllll1111111111111111111111111.I WHILE THE ROYAL WORCESTER, MADEIN
for Orlando and Orange county. I
I THE SAME BEAUTIFUL FACTORY UN-
"Hugh Sparkman will be loved in I I ,
Orlando when the people know him. I DER THE SAME IDEAL CONDITIGNS, IS
e II
He is well posted on state and national I THE GREATEST VALUE AT A MODERATE

affairs, and Orlando will find in ,. I
him a man of noble qualities of heart ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : PRICE.

and mind. Hugh Sparkman and Josiah -
Commencement Day important event in the
Ferris will make the heaviest -an
lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
team that newspaper in Orlando ever We are Sole Represen.
and to commemorate the
had. Hugh is a tireless worker and appreciation encouragement -

he knows how to work in every good occasion.? What could be more. fitting than a gift of : tatives for these
Jewelry
cause. II II

Famous MakesOUR
GET AFTER BREEDING PLACESWe DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe :
I
direct the attention ef relatives and friends to :
have been taught that the mos- the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

quito breeds in stagnant water, us- 1 store. From the most inexpensive of this season's newest *

ually uncovered rain barrels and oth- novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- I MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs

er similar receptacles. As the festive mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values :
a great help to
or ot-ofu-town customers
insect is in evidence in various sections
of the and assortment. : ; make use of it whenever can. Sam
city, would it not be advisable you
A visit win be
to our store appreciated and involvesno ples information
to ascertain where they breed, or cheerfully given. We pre-
obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. I all
with a view of eliminating the pest? pay charges.
-St. Augustine Record. Write for one of our illustrated mail order

.. catalogs. We invite comparison of values.

The DeLand News makes anxious

inquiry about a bonding proposition I

agitated up there, and asks: "Arewe

to stay in the 'dog fennel' class,

or to advance to the Sanford, Orlando -

Palatka and Lakeland class?" No DICKSON I K O IVES{ C O.
town can get out and stay out of the

dog fennel class without making the
the JewelerOPPOSITE J
improvements which are possible

only through bond issues. Lakelandhas DEPARTMENTAL STORE

by the judicious voting and han- I

dling of bond money placed herselfin POSTOFFICE :

a position where she is held up as Orange Ave., Orlando's Favorite Shopping place.f

a model for other ambitious commu-

4 nities. Let us not allow her to lose EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING .

t her place at the head of the proces- .I
sion.-Lakeland Telegram. l i
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PRESIDENT Will ACCEPT SENATE[ : ** H 01[
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THE TUNER I_-- AMENDMENTS
ORLANDO FLA. \ G1111ifl! i -j I
o 6 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. !

In Regard to Right of U. S. to Dis-
I Admission 5 cents I IDallDODallDGDallDCDallDCDallDCa
criminate in Favor of Own 0

Capt. B. M. Sims, of Ocoee, was in
} town yesterday. BUYS AND SELLS TODAY'S PROGRAMA Shipping "GelV It ftt t lensThat s"

Capt. J. W. Wilmott visited ,Kis- Two Reel Feature, produced by Washington, June President
simmee yesterday. Pauline Bush and M. J. MacQuanie, in r
Wilson is the
expected to accept sen-
REAL ESTATE "The Lie." .. ...
Mrs. A. E. Bearden, of Kissimmee, "The Kitchen Mechanic." Comedy. ate amendments to the Panama tolls

spent yesterday in Orlando.Mr. This is a screaming farce of mirth- exemption repeal, reaffirming the 0

provoking proclivities absolutely a right of the United States to discriminate V .
S. G. Dolive was in Sanford 600 acres south ofVin-! record breaker for continuous laugh- in favor of its own shipping, Gift
yesterday on a short business trip.
Osceola ter Garden and west of ter.Don't forget we are going to give but he does not feel that the senate
I Sheriff L H. Ingram of i I will give its the in
away those presents Thursday after- assent to repeal
county was in town from Kissimmee ; Gotha, including 10 acre noon. "ungrudging measure" if it attachesthe You have no trouble in selecting

yesterday.The orange grove. The en- amendments.Mr. .
D that Birthday, Wedding or An.
Howze Sisters came up from ; tire tract covered with SPECIAL MUSIC AT THE METH Wilson in his talk with the

Lakeland yesterday to play at the yellow pine timber. Two ODIST CHURCH SUNDAY newspaper correspondents today took niversary Present at our store.
Grand all week. the position that legislation in no

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Buren leave tomorrow i miles of lake shore. The quartette at the Methodist way waives treaty rights and he may We have a complete line .of

for their summer home at 423imHIMMMMMMMMIMI' church Sunday morning pleased the accept the measure although, he desired n Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or

Glens Falls, N. Y. congregation with their handling of passage of the repeal without D
plated and the newest ideas in
limitation.The ) .
and Miss J. F. Mahoney -
Mrs. Slemons Shelley's "God Is Love. The quar-

leave tomorrow for Atlantic Cityto tette, composed of Miss Eliza Wright, president declined to discuss cut glass.A .

spend the summer. Dr. W. C. Person was in Kissimmee Mrs. Edna Fuller, Mr. A. P. Curry, the amended measure in detail, but
did not hesitate to his disapproval look before buy will
Mr. L. F. Blankner, traveling out of yesterday on professional busi- and Mr. Walter Drennen, are fortu- express you

Baltimore for a large hardware house, nate in that the voices all harmonize of the movement to attach pay you.Allen.

spent the week end in town with his ness.Mr. perfectly. The solo part in the piece qualifying provisions.The .
E. H.Johnson has just returned president expressed confidence
was handled sympathetically by
family.Mr. very
from a three weeks' trip to Boston, in the of the conservation
DeLaney has accepted a posi- Mr. Drennen, which added greatly to I passage
Baltimore and intermediate points.He by the house and declared he
Water and the effect. program fl & Co. :
tion with the Orlando fl'
attended the wedding of Miss hoped the measures desired by the ,
of The chorus choir
during the illness sang a rousing
Light
company Vivian Beers at Lawrence Mass., and West would be passed also by the
anthem, which with the quartette and
Mr. Jim Platt
spent most of his time in visiting senate before the end of the present Jewelers A
Miss Emma Gray left yesterday for friends. He left Mr. Will Branch at solo work, gives a very pleasing va- session. The president is much interested a

Juno, Alaska, where she will visit her Boston to sail for home on the 16th. riety. in these measures and the U Prompt Repairing. '
For the evening service they
She will by gaveRowen's
niece, Mrs. Cobb. go way
White House is all in its
The following were among the Or- "In Heavenly Love Abiding," doing powerto
of Nashville to visit Mr. Jos. Gray. Guaranteed.
Everything
insure their
lando people who spent Sunday at and an effective innovation was passage.
Mrs. H. J. Anderson left yesterdayfor With final vote the bill
Daytona Beach: Thomas Brodwaterand a on repeal
worked into the refrain by Mr. Curry
her home at Lakeland. She has wife, DeWitt Miller and wife, L. singing the hymn "Abide With Me," expected before adjournment the sen- &
been the guest of her sister Mrs. M. ate today resumed discussion of the
B. Fort and wife, Allan Weathersbeeand as an obligate. At the close of the ArL
A. Evans, on East Robinson avenue. Senator Poindexter Pro-
wife, Albert Branham and sis- measure. ,
service, Mrs. Leon Lewis, who is
Miss Belle Limerick left yesterdayfor ter, Earl Vick and Miss Guilda Hap- blessed with a very sweet natural gressive, in opposing the repeal, took a

Jacksonville after a few days' persett, LeRoy Giles and wife, Wilber voice, sang Bruno Huhn's "Blest Are the position that the United States n
her mother Mrs. M. E. secured and held title to the Panama '
visit with. Tilden, Harry L Leu, Frank Myers, I the Pure in Heart." vL .
Limerick, on North Orange avenue. George Wygant, Henry Yowell, and Dr. Wray announced that the music canal through negotiations in which a-.a-_ = A
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Great Britain had and that U h
Miss Martha Somerville left yes- Mr. Larrabee. would be made a feature on these no part ft.
home in Jacksonville, Great Britain had no right in Central MMMMmMMMMIMMHMIIIIIMIiliiMMMiMMorton's '
for her
terday Miss Grace Whittenberg left yes- warm evenings and a pleasing pro-
after spending a week with Mrs. A. terday morning for Madison, where gram is in prospect for next Sabbath, America which entitled her to exact '
East Central avenue. any conditions from the United Statesin '
B. Whitman on she will enter the normal school for both morning and evening. 3Wpyttr )71l9Jiw
the building or conduct of the
Mr. J. H. Estes, who has been the summer. Miss Whittenberg is a

spending the winter down at Taft, graduate from a high school of Ten-, MR. AND MRS. BEEMAN TO GIVE canal.

was in town yesterday on his way to nessee and has successfully taughttwo RIVER TRIP Table Salt
his home at Keene Valley, GETTING AT THE FACTS
summer terms in Florida, but she says she
Never moist or cloggs salt shaker.
N. Y. doesn't think a teacher can be too Mr. and Mrs. Beeman are giving gets your

Miss Mary Smith has returned from well prepared. Miss Whittenberg is another enjoyable river trip today, Editor Morning SentinelYourarticle Pure Horse RadishGood

Jacksonville, where she went to at- highly esteemed by all who know her leaving at 7 a. m. by auto for San- relative to the "white way"in

tend the marriage of her sister, Miss and her many friends wish her great ford, and are going from there in last Tuesday's issue convinces me for an appetizer during the hot weather.

Bessie Smith, which occurred on success. the "Lucile" to Lake George, return- that you are laboring under a mis-
apprehension of the essential facts in ParowaxFor
Thursday.Mr. Joe Davis, Alban Strum and Char- ing home tonight by moonlight. Mrs.
Benj. Drew returned.yesterday ley Boyce and the latter's spaniel* Beardall, Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer, and the matter. I assure you that we do
not believe that would intention- sealing jelly tumblers fruit Laun-
or jars.
from Newport, Ky., where he accompanied "Pup," were the principals in a unique Miss Mollie Ray are their guests. you
ally misrepresent facts. Our is also.
Mrs. ,Drew and Miss Helen and exciting joy trip on Salt point dry use
f Usner. Mr. Drew is now stopping at lake this moring when an alligator FLAG DAY TO BE OBSERVED BY that you base your observations on a
impressions which do not reflect the
the Summerlin. that they are sure was at least 12 D. A. R.
situation .
fully or accurately.It
Mrs. W. W. Rose and Misses Berta feet long grabbed a baited hook they
is necessary to keep distinct and THE SANITARY GROCERY
and Louise Smith returned yesterdayfrom had thrown out and started off withit. As next Sunday, June 14th, will the
separate two propositions, the
Valdosta, Ga., where they wentto The boys were in a row boat at be Flag day, the members of the "white and
way" a general systemof
attend the funeral of their grand- the time and were trying to tempt the D. A. R. have asked Dr. Stagg to underground wires. One should, CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

mother, Mrs. N. E. Frye. alligator with a piece of raw pork preach a patriotic sermon and they
of be under-
course, operated by 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
: The Grand theater has had small on a tarpon line. The reptile grab- will attend the 11 a. m. service at the ground wires, as this is not only prac-
disinfectant about the bed it and set out, but after takingthe
pots of placed Presbyterian church in a body. A ticable but essential to the appear-
walls of the theater which not only boat some distance the hook was further notice thereof will be given
ance of the fixtures. The other is FLOWERS AND POTTED
CUT
drives away mosquitoes and other insects straightened and the 'gator escaped.St. later in the week. not under discussion here, any impressions PLANTS.

but they are very ornamental Pete Independent. to the contrary notwith- FUNERAL DESIGNS

;4 little jars. Miss Ida Jansen, daughter of Mr. standing. If this can be understoodand

+ Mrs. Jessie M. Thayer and her FUNERAL OF J. H. BUR. EIT and Mrs. Carl Jansen, underwent an the present confusion allayed a ". iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiijmmMETHODIST

mother, Mrs. Mallory, expect to move operation for appendicitis Sunday af- long step will have been taken toward -
back to their pretty home on Lake The funeral of Mr. J. H. Burnettwas ternoon at McEwan's sanitarium. The clearing the air of the misun- CHURCH NEWS I The Sentinel is the newsiest and

Cherokee tomorrow, as the improve- held from St. Luke's Cathedralon young lady was unaware of the seriousness derstanding which itself is the best printed daily in Central Florid,

ments which have been under way Sunday afternoon, the Masons at- of the attack and was at grounds for criticisms against the Last Sunday was Children's day in Sentinel want advertising serves A

there for some weeks are now completed tending and using the Masonic burial her accustomed office duties until company.It the Sunday school. The children of the seeker and the offerer equally.T. .

rights at the cemetery, Dean Remsen late Saturday afternoon. The opera- is unfortunate that the two the Sunday school gave an excellent

Tidings have been received from having conducted the service in St. tion was successful and she was rest- propositions have, through the acci- program which was enjoyed by all. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Cobb of their Luke's. ing easily last night. dent of coincidence, come up at the We were very sorry, however, that 2; Orlando. 35tf'IIIIIIIIIIIII"'lllllllr

safe arrival in Philadelphia after The pall bearers were Messrs. C. P, same time and been confused. The our superintendent, Brother C. E. a

their boat trip from Jacksonville. Dow, H. M. Self, Jas. Thompson, Joe Eat what you want management of the company have ex- Howard, was unable to be with us on

They intend going this week to their Davis, Prof. Simmons and Mr. Cor- Eat all you want. pressed many times over the desireto account of sickness. Brother Howardis
Take a postscript and forget it
summer cottage at Mt Gretna, Pa. nell. For sale by all druggists. co-operate with the city in its effort sick in bed, but we are in hopes Shoe Repairing

17dw.lyr to have a white way. As in any that he will\soon be out again. A ,

Eat what you want. CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand other business transaction there may liberal offering was given for Florida by PARCEL POST :
roses. J. M. Caruthers.
Eat all you want FOR RENT-Store N. E. Corner be differences of opinion but our sug- missions.
Take a postscript and forget it. 6-8-3t Church and Court streets. Applyat gestion to arbitrate all details when- The Sunday school hour was followed a
For sale by all durggists. I 123 Court street, up stairs. Men's Half Soles,
"De- to
excellent service 7e 850
r l-7-d&w-lyr Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf 6-7-lwk ever necessary effectually paves the by an ,
way for immediate and satisfactory cision day," at which twenty new Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c

results once the matter is taken up members were taken into the church, Children's Half Soles, sOc to 750 I
IMIiiltlMliiillMillilMlliitMIIMIiiiiMH Hand Turned Soles, $I.0o
in a definite way. I am confident seventeen on confession of faith and
UltmtlMlimiimMMMMIMMMMIMMili that when the time comes we, together three by letter. This was followedby Heels Repaired, 2c I

with the city commissioners, the sacrament of the Lord's sup- All work returned in 24 hours.

shall be able to effect an arrangementthat Ordtrs turned without C. 0. D.remittance We re- ,
LUCERNE per.Next pay I
TODAY will be mutually acceptable and Sunday morning, June 14th, return postage

generally satisfactory.The Rev. Abernethy, pastor of one of the 1A 1

purpose of my previous letter, leading Methodist churches in the

which you were kind enough to give city of Birmingham, Ala., will occupy A. Hanson

publication, was to explain our posi- the pulpit. i?East Pine Street ;

J | : : Daniel Frohman presents ,Miss Mary Pickford the most tion, and I shall be pleased to con- ORLANDO FLORIDA aI
sider the matter personally with you For the news, read The Sentinel

I ; famous moving picture actress in "In the Bishop's Carriage in a further effort to get it before -- --- --- ---- ---
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produced by the famous Players Film Company the will people be kind in enough a proper to light advise if you me 1111111111111111111.lllltJUST I If your paper is not delivered .

promptly don't fail to notify the office.
when I have this
pleasure.
I : | "Shorty Escapes Matrimony," a two reel Broncho feature. may Yours very truly OPENED[

D. A. CHENEY. WOOD, COAL AND ICE

"Cigar Butts," a one reel Majestic comedy. POPE'S Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's *
Have the Sentinel follow you dur- Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-3l-tf

t That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given ing the summer months. Address LUNCH COUNHRStlORTORDERSALLtlOURS
away
changed often desired. Subscribe
: || | again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. now as-$1.25 for as three months. -, Sentinel want ads. are money get

I : ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
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!i First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents I Read the Morning Sentinel Price'

10 cents a week. I II TRY OUR
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Children 5 Cents I
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Up to date painting, papering, etc.,I SODA FOUNTAINOPEN
is the kind want Where to I
you getit
| j ; Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accompanied Entrican.! That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T.! DAY AND NIGHT I DR. J.;:.HOWELL

| j ; by adult purchasing first floor ticket : POPE & BUTT PROPS. Hours, 10.12.3-5, and by appointmentNo

i ii i FOR RENT-Store N. E. Corner .extra charge for house treatment

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Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime
t If you have doubts about our ability to serve you better than other druggists,
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we ask you to put us to the test. We ask for your business only on the basis of

If I MAY SHIP BUILDING FELL OFF superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

STA If NEWS SLIGHTLY $3.00 are all right, then why not put us to the test.

Washington, June 6.-Ship build-
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ing during May was not so active as

during the same month a year ago. This WayYour
(From the Gainesville Sun) FROMORLANDO
The department of commerce an-
The Gem City Guards is the name
nounced today that 127 vessels of all .1
of a full fledged military organization '
in Palatka. types, aggregating 20,052 tons, were doctor gives you a prescription..He did it after carefully diagnosing your
launched, compared with 189 vesselsof
TOJACKSONVILLE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties. ='
30,913 tons a year ago.

r Among the new enterprises to The largest vessels were the Wil YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
: AND RETURN
4 spring up in Bartow recently is an liam D. Crawford, 6,385 tons, builtat saved the trouble of going to your doctor again

electrical construction business. Lorain, 0., and the South Amer-

ican, 2,662 tons, built at Ecorse. Thursday, June 18th

A handsome little'church is to be Mich.-' --- ATLANTIC COAST LINE NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
built in Pass-a-Grille during the summer
Exports from Pensacola for the
and finished in time for the tour- Tickets good on All Regular
past month, have a valuation of over
- ists who visit the island. $1,000,000, consisting principally of Trains. Final Limit June 21st. we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

lumber, timber and steel rail. Proportionate low rates from high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled just
The Dixie Library at Fellsmerewas other
points. doctor wrote it.Do'n't.
the of book shower at as your
recipient a Word comes from Sorrento that the For further information call
which over 215 new volumes were contest for the postoffice there has

added to its already large collection.W. ended in a victory for Dixie R'yal, on or write to

his appointment having reached there W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., ,
ForgetThat
F. Taylor shipped a carload of several days ago. w. D. WHITE, D. T. A.

watermelons from Mango a few days ORLANDOY.

G ago. So far as is known this is the All the canning factory machineryat R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger -

first shipment of melons in Hillsbor- Davie is in place and has been i Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
tried out and to ,
ough county. thoroughly proved Passenger Agent be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo-
be entirely satisfactory. At the packing -

I i house the crew are working day TAMPAPEOPLE'S ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
A Mr. Starke of St. Louis has recently -
purchased 240 acres of very and night to keep up with the steady - -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take i
stream of tomatoes pouring in. The
5 fine land in Fort Meade. He will improve packers will have their hands full for WANTSMUNNIMAKERS these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
the land and will bring a Ger-
several weeks to come. People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
there cultivate the
man Ito|
colony -- -
farms.
The Train Dispatchers of North
Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale Far
America are to hold their annual con
From three to five carloads of tomatoes Beat etc. for this column. toe for one day,
vention in Jacksonville, on June 16, EOe for three days,'or $1.00 for'one week, for
are leaving the packing 25 words or leu. Money most accootpan
i 17 and 18. The dispatchers of the the advertisement far this column: as no
houses at Parrish every day, and two DeLanev & Abernethv
various roads having offices in that insertions will be made on credit. _
to three from the vegetable packing .
city are preparing for the event, and u v
house about a mile from Parrish.Tampa's FOR SALE
.) t say that they expect to have the largest -
; gathering of its kind in the south, Nirsery stock, one, two, three and I Next Door lOc Store. Orlando Florida. I
maritime commerce broke four year old buds; Foster Early, II
there being some 700 in the organization. -
all records last week, totaling in value Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- .
nearlv The ington-Navel. Address-Mrs. M.Kahle* .
1000000. principal corn.modify
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
handled was phosphate, of '
Henry Horsier, Jr., the son of one We insure life and loan YOUR PRINTING
which some 108,715 tons went out. your you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
of the most prominent men of Pensa- FOR SALE Mitchell roadster; rare money on real estate at 6 per cent
The greatest part went to foreign bargain recently completely over- interest. Guarantee AND DO ALL KINDS OF
; Life & Loan Co.
\ -$ cola, is to serve two years in the reform Look through your desk and see if
parts. hauled and made good as new in ev- Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. REPAIRINGDR.
OPTICAL
there is of
: school at Washington, for em- partguaranteed first class condition not some stationery which
ery ; 3-25-d&wtf
bezzling funds of a' national bank. ; must be sold at once, even at you are in need. If there is, phoneus
The Bellfcview 'of Bellair, at 24 and will call
iHdtei we get your
Young Horsier was employed in the sacrifice. Come, or address, White Dean E. Ponder
Oxogene Disin- order and do the work and
which is owned Plant of promptly
by Morgan
Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
Citizens and People's National bank fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, at the lowest price consistent with
New York City, has given out a con for a number of years and left Pen- 4-23-tf Empire building. 5-21.1m high grade work. It will receive our

; tract for remodeling. Eighty-five sacola few months for the FOR SALE Model T runabout Ford best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
a ago
z bedrooms,a large ball room,and many car, in first class condition, fully Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, t
other improvements will be added. West. It was,not known that any equipped and/good casings all around. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
R thing was wrong and he returned to For quick sale will take $350. C. B. 519tf. ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
the city a few weeks ago and has Lindsay, P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, L H. RAMSDEU 5-19tf.
When ,the city countil of Clearwater Fla., Phone 321. 6-7-lwk. Buy
been here since. Yesterday the fed- your garden seed from DeLa- OPTOMETRIST
went over City Assessor Whitesell's ney & Abernethy. Just received
books the other day, they dis- eral grand jury indicted the young WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf a (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) Rubber Stamps made to order 12-5-tf.atWarman's
man for embezzling $3,600 and today child can be kept with me. I Repair Shop.
covered that the assessed valuationof
.
he entered a plea of guilty to Pleasant surroundings more important It will pay to let do ORLANDO, % FLORIDA
real property. in Clearwater totaled than salary. Address J. C., care you us some bicycle fixed ina
the charge and was given a term of of If you want your
your printing. We do it '
nearly a million and a half dollars. Sentinel. 5-27-2w right. Put money in thy purse by adver- hurry take it to Warmansi Repair
two years in the federal prison in At- Subscribe for the Sentinel.
tising in the Sentinel. Shop.
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lanta. Pensacola Note in TimesUn
ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE-Two
y The Palatka News says: "The Government -
ion.-Gainesville Sun. miles from Orlando. Part of the

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r preparatory is begining to to tear the erection down the of old the fence new f FALLING W AND LOST-Brown Ocoee and Orlando.coat on road Reward.between Box IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP THE U HOUSE

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b postoffice building. It will be remem- 142, Winter Park, Fla. 6-6-tf

bered that some two weeks ago an
ITCHING SCAlP LOST-Somewhere between the court
additional : '
of
appropriation $15,000 house and Oscar Hand & Son's fur-



was$75,000 The ordered Catholics in all.for this of 'Fort building Pierce making, are had Now Needless at that any -drug Parisian Use counter Parisian Sage it Sage can is certainly be- ope.place office form niture,and enclosed Mailed an store Cooper abstract, or from in &large between Atha's of Bartow title square real the, in Fla.envel estate latter book, to I!. f FURNISHING R I QUESTION[ I IN R REAL[ l lE.A.E


now building on Orange avenue a needless to have thin, brittle John R. Basinger, Auburndale, Fla.
school for boys at a cost of $30,000. matted, stringy or faded hair. No Finder please leave at Cooper &
When this is completed, Contractor matter how unsightly the hair, how Atha's office on Church street and ESTOur
badly it is falling or how much dan- receive reward. 6-7-3t
Smith who is doing the work will gapdruff Parisian Sage is all that is
start work on a convent for girls adjoining needed. Frequent applications and
FOR RENT stock of and Furniture
Rugs Draperies are a positive
the school. Mr. Smith is also well rubbed into the scalp will do won ,

building the $75,000 High School build lers-it acts like magic. The hairrotts FOR RENT-Two office spaces in delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
are nourished and stimulatedto
ing. hair our store at No. 9 W. Church street. to find just what want at prices that are reasonable
grow new itching scalp, dan- Come in and we will show you. Pierce pleasure you
druff and falling hair
ceaseyourhead Electric Co. 329tfTO In of the word.ttlliiMMMMillMltllltlMIIIIIHIMMIMMMIIIIilllMHIf
feels fine. Best of all, the hair I every sense .
ilMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIflllillFor becomes soft, fluffy abundant and
RENT-Some desirable mod- .'
very '
radiant with life and beauty.
ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
You will be surprised and
delighted
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SaleOR I with Parisian Sage. Try at least 4-26-tf CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

one fifty-cent bottle from McElroy's FOR RENT Six room house, in first
Pharmacy. He will refund the purchase class condition. No. 210 N. Orange to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj joining -
price if you are not satisfied.itlimmilMilMMiMiil. avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or-
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

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: ] Room House, built i ForJIaleiModern BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO .,1111,11"1,1,1,11,11111,11,111111111111111111111111.tKincaid

I ; of cement blocks 24x36, PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall
variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's
Cartright shingles, two Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece,
or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good
; lots 100x150 some young 8-room : time to set either. The Bear's Head

I peach, and Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. & SnowdenFurniture
I trees.orange Driven grapefruit well- House 2 doors : 6-4-d6t-wlt

NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
200 feet. r west of Wyoming -; potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.

Address 1: Hotel. Bargain. :, Co.Quick, Apopka delivery., Fla.Cash. Apopka 5-24-tf Plant of Character


5 Box 424 r I": : Who is your painter and decorator? I
I. If you are satisfied keep the one you Prices
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, at Popular ........
Kissimmee Florida I Ii No. 636. 1.2'tfHa"e (
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SA shield mounting at the rear of the cowl. I

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beauty so created is augumented by the crowned fenders.

Such construction is made possible through the use of our .Y. ,....
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Oakland beauty, as you know is the outward and visibW "* i- I

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base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast : and in value for the money.
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; ,
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gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver
co equipment, demountable rims with one extra rim.
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
See the "Oakland" before buying. Ask for demonstration.Write .
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side

tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. for catalogue.

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Chicago, June 5.-Extra seats forthe -
Schumann-Heink-Rapp divorcecase Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
hp ., Ten acres on beautiful lake
Sullivan'scourt
were placed in Judge I

room today. All forenoon thespectators i two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS
than half of them
more
court house in the fastest
-- grow-
women, waited while! the court and FISH AND GAME

counsel were in secret conference. ing section of Orange County,
--: Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Mme. Schumann-Heink is under contract ; [ Seven hundred orange and grape

to appear at the Wagnerian fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
festival at Beyreuth, Germany, June '
t 15, and the conference is said to have t I Low Round Trip Rates full bearing. This grove is a and pore.

concerned propositions to hasten the FROM JACKSONVILLE big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

proceedings. The singer says she Slim pus Ckkaie $43.50 Ctaci uti $33.01 getting old and must sell. everything the Meat Line
must sail not later than next Tuesday.The D.mr M.M ferial 54.75 LsminlU.CsimfcStrap. JLSO
disposition of William Naples,a I Sd Labs CQ .. sue 71.M Diirth Wuiptf. ..... 11.50 7C.7S EmmO tamll .- -. .- 21.40 32JSM40 Present crop on trees indicate
YtDmntMs 7.... T.... 4S.M Is&aapoEs .
detective read. Naples said he -
was P.rh.4100.00 Mntml 55.45 Frock Lick JUt two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET
had watched Rapp during the monthof Setttk 10C.OO ,FtUikty Sl'.S0: TeIeM. 4L10
LssAank* tt.50 feckiate 53.01 Detr.i . 4J.SO $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance
Febuary, 1913, and that he saw SuFrudm. 81.50 1. .Ie. 47.40 CUsUiqu 47.40 on
him enter late at night the appart- GIaci t Park I2.7S MisfuaFslb- 47.40 lUswotk Cm 30JO terms. !
Low rates to oilier point in Colorado California; ,Gaud.Minn H. M Self & Co. H
ment of Mrs. Catherine Dean, of New iota.Michigan the Great. Lakes and Rocky Mountain. Proportionally
York. low rate*from other point*in the State.
Ticket oo sale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct 31. Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET '
John Berger, janitor of one of the
VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT
buildings where Mrs. Dean had an -I p LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. Phone No. 80HlllllllllllllllllllllllllimilllHIlt
appartment, deposed that Rapp had I Going through St.Louis,returning through Chicago, 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor
or vice verve Liberal stopovers on all tickets.
Mrs. Dean
been among her visitors.
three months TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311
moved out after explaining -
through train daily;choice of three different
that she could not pay the / II I ..ouel. I

rent.At Three daily train to the southwest through New I 4 '
the noon adjournment it was Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fart time. iiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiiini
Rock kallatt No dust No dirt For handsome illustrated
[earned that counsel had agreed to ex- booklets of summer tourist resorts rates, sleeping
car reservations and other information,address,
edite the case as much as posiblend I
| that a verdict might be reached H. C. BRETKEY,

Saturday nightEMOCRATS 1 III Florid Pam, W. M. SLEMONS
I 134 Wed Bey Street,

OF NORTH CARO- I V I I I JACKSONVILLE.FLI.Fdre3Q9 I

LINA TO NAME CANDIDATES


Raleigh, N. C.-, Jnue 4.Precededy New Goods
meetings of the delegates from then S DAjUY BETWEEN!! Arriving |Daily :,

congressional districts this morn- .: BUFFALO .
ig, the Democratic state convention, 5j II I
hich assembled at noon, was expected LEVElAND
to conclude its business by

ight and adjourn. The conventionwill .- L__'''' ..... .. I ,

nominate Lee S. Overman for ":-- -- We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. &
United States senator and Edward L.

Travis for state corporation commis- made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
sion in addition to ratifying the
,
Lgtk SOO Ieee;Ise.dth 9.feet,6 1DdIe.;510 stseweoms sad garters .'r..odstieg 1500...... Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet. I
choice of the several judicial conven go*. c-leria t-l jeriu an Fpeniou-ricUria.fl.fpoiBtnieat.-Uua"T ......
tions for superior court judge. mlsa.MUrsefia.wacU.; la MnU Jane ISO.Manifices Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Clafiia & Co.
*s..."SF>rAND6EE,""City of Erie"end-cqef Buffalo"
Former Congressman Charles R. I
Dwbr-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND,i.t to Dec.1sti I c.. Best place in the city to trade.
Thomas, defeated in convention for
.. .
.
Lw & 'to r.JL I Law a-w 9:00 r.II.
the nomination by George R. Hood, arrive a.vYad UOA.M., AimeBaflaio 7:38 L.Mt IP.aus I
announced last night that he would caf3seLadfaeM. ( st.adnd Ts.e)

the fight before the state ex- ......re.11.g bssw......1..ToledODatraitnd.BpsitsVest.AS.akweetB.14..d CkreluJ_....f esrs.sprtais.m w.s a.r.,
carry U yaer orhs:yet fsi.......Co A B.u.. Tm m tat...--s flioitnttd hecUrt free.
ecutive committee on the ground that THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cl.r.U.d, 0. W. M. SLEMONSilHMilMliiMIIU
the congressional convention did not

abide by the rules laid down for the

conduct of the preferential primary. ORANGE AVENUEMililllMllillllliHMMMIIIillK :


TRACHOMA IS PREVALENT IN To the West and NorthwestVIA I

WEST VIRGINIA

Washington, June Trachoma is -- -
,
widely prevalent in West Virginiaand

in southwestern Virginia, accord- DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND

ing to the public health service in a Co
report today on its investigation of: SOOTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I i I I

1 the disease in these states. In West
Virginia trachoma prevails to an ex- iNMiflNMONMOur

tent, it is stated, as to make it one DbIe aited.: DiDeL Fber.SOUTH ATLANTIC LDm'ID

of the serious public health problemsof R Orlaado, A. C. L..1ll. 9lip. Y Orlsnde .....?................. 0gSpp. of Gas
the r JacksonvOe, A. C. 1.... $M0sat 7:50pm r JasksonYllle ..................... 7-:11 tan New Line Ranges
state.Inspections V JacboD1'IDe. A. C. L... tU.m lIpa T JaciuoaVU1e. A. C. 1. ........... IU.Y a
'' were made by public Wagers.., A. C. L..11:60. 111,. y Wsycxatt, A. C. 1. ..............I.IIpar ,
Macon G. S. II F....... 5lSpm :11.s r Kaco11o G. S. II r. .............. 0x40 oat 1.. Will be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them,
health service officers in twenty- r Atluta, C. of Ga....... $:03p a ,:16_ r Atlants C. 01 Ga .............. 7:U a. -
three counties in West Virginia when r CbattaDoo W II L,12:1am 11-:55. r Rnorill, 1. II N. .............111.,. consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our floor, and will sell 4
Ii r Corli, 1. II No ................ 3:10 p.r them at the following reductions during June:
!i 20,484 persons were examined, among r NuhriD. N. C. II St 1. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Lo1aiaYille. 1. II N. ...,,......... 1:90 pm
t whom 340 cases of trachoma were /d St Loma. L C.II 1.II N. Z:50 pm 7H am r lndisnapolis. fL 1. .eo......... 1:50.. Old Price Will Sell For '
found. Of the IIr Ladngton, 1. II N. ............ 0:60 pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$iO.OO $30.00 I :
7,801 persons Jd Bopk1Dni11e. 1. II N...........
1 Z'l pa' Ar Cincil1&J1ti. 1. Ii N. ............. ':$0
exam-I PIaAl1YaDniUe 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range . . . . 40.00 30.00
ined in ten counties in 1. N..... 1:28am ':%Spm r Ksl.a.roo G. L Ii L ..........1ZZOpm
had the disease. The examinations ,Az Terre Hants C. II Eo L. 1:lOpm 103 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. Ii L ....... %:4$pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50 : : I
Ar Chicago, C. Ii E. L..... ':60 p. 1:50 am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 'l:15..
were confined almost exclusively to 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges . . . 20.00 17.50

school children. I DIXIE LOOTED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July
Solid train eoapotcd of Metion
Systematic efforts to suppress the oom sleeping can. observation Nmpartaent drawing Solid train composed .f electric lighted 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
disease are urged. an and dining car. between Jacksonville and trawing-room Foreman sleeping car and eoacbca -
Chicago and section, drawing-room sleeping between JaekaonrOl and fritj u4lacboDriD. 1
ar between Jacksonville and St .-. .. Lovkrflie
The city council of Bushnell, has snC Indianapolis; i i i
Dam FLYER throa.P sleeping between
car Jaekawrilk and
I made a contract with H. E. Way of Solid train esrrytec tlcetrie: lighted cos,I CUrdand; also Pullman sleeping car betweenkaonTilto | Orlando Water & Light Company
that place to establish and maintainan artmeet section observation drawing-room sleepers steepen and eketitaigbtcd First-I I and Grand Bapiv on Mondays ;
electric light plant there. The lass eoaebei and smoking car. Dining cat and Tbandan of ash week.. Dining ear
meals service between *' "*- Gas Department
tnres a la area Atlanta and Cincinnati.AXB *
plant is to be in operation within

\ 100 days'at the most. Way hopes to 11040 TI ,lit a 17i'1lD06; nOrolftAu. ___ ,. e I
have it running by July fourth.- W. R. O'NSAIh Qty Ticket Agent. w.&WID,D1pC \ L 66t tel.MIai4le .
Gainesville Sun. e.t Du, OrUndo ,

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3 t JUSTICE [lAMAR BUVS[ [ [ THAT 1 r

J MEDIATION[ Will SUCCEED[[


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Attention I IJo Uniform Courtesy Fact That Blockade Incident Was

' Details: I Ill Handled Successfully Groundfor

Encouragement

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Falls Ont. Medi
I Niagara June 8.-
ation passed safely today over the
shoals of threatened disruption. General "
Huerta came to the rescue, rescinding ') \ fl i 1 ;,

the order-which he had issued < 1' A 1 Mai( : 1 rimteti (( fi .

"ARE STATE BANK OF ORLANDO
for a blockade at Tampico, a circumstance :

that had imperiled mediation [ \
CERTIFICATES NEGOTIABLE?" and produced the gravest appre- : ; IHOls'lVi' <>!

hension since the conference began. : AS

"The blockade incident has been

They are. Our Certificates of Depositmay satisfactorily; adjusted," was the an- "Since I began turning a regular amount over to my ;?

be transferred to other parties by en- nouncement of Justice Lamar as the wife each month, I have never had the slightest worry

American delegates entered their con- household affairs. .
over She regulates expenses so she
dorsement without disturbing the accumu- ference with the mediators. '"We .
has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great
have received word from Secretary
lated interest, at any time. business head."
Bryan that the Spanish ambassadorhad

The 4 per cent interest will be readyfor been advised by General Huertaof .
the raising of the blockade." THRr.CY( WOMAN' ( : ;
( the rightful owner when presented for ':
Justice Lamar said he was unin-

payment at maturity. The Certificate may formed as to the reasons which had can do wonders toward helping her husband get aheadif

be renewed with the interest added in, if actuated Huerta.It \ she is given a chance to run her home on a business

was rumored that the Spanish basis.

preferred.llllilliitlillimiHMMIMIimimmiMHIMIiH. ambassador in Washington, who is .
.
caring for Mexico's interests jn the ':;. Come in and start an account for your wife here;

\. United States, had been able to make : :._ we will give her the benefit of other women's exper

some arrangement whereby the An-I { .. ; iences. ,:' I
tilla would withhold her cargo of !
,
( arms from the constitutionalists. This {. '. ... ... .'.'. Do it toda). "It is a pleasure to serve )ou." :'..':, ,
I
.. could not be confirmed.The . .. ,..
:
I PJll1lIlI1IIU1Iu1UIIIlI1l1I1IIIllIlI111I1llIJ1HllhII1llIII Hh1IIlIlIll1IJ L....__...... '. :,:"":
.
.
blockade incident was only '' .. ....
briefly. discussed at the conference today --'--. -.

-- -I I II between the American delegatesand I .. .u .." . ". . I
the mediators. It was regarded .' .. ' \"
issue. The American .... .... .. .. .- . .:. .' .' .. < .. :
as a past com-

We Will Put the Reins missioners presented the peace plan .0'' : :fh 6L' m 'tW \ 0' '
.
which they had drafted. In many respects .' :
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it is the same as was suggestedby L' ,. : > : : ,

a of Success in Your the Mexican delegates and the me- .' .

diators. The points of difference are ... .. .. .
Hands in matters of detail. Justice Lamar .. .::; (- :.:.t. .::: :;,. '..::_;;. -' ,:,..:.. ,...: ..:... . ;. .:: '" 'f. :'::." "::':':'?:: :.': J

i dictated the following statement after ..
1-I
the conference: II

: How? By furnishing you witha "The mediators have heretofore IMMMIilMMMMiMIIIIHMMiittmiltltlttMltlllllllMMIIteiK lllltlMltMMMHMIMMIIMIIIttHMItMMMIIIIHMIIIIMMIIII I I

submitted to us a complete plan and 1111111t
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative t
we have now submitted to them our
Our counter propositions on IftttimillMIMtMMMIIIMiitftltlllMtlH 1111111t 1
plan.
call on you. He will give you a
which there has been neither an

1 formula that will make and mature agreement nor disagreement, the me-

:. diators are now taking under consid
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fruit -
your seen ration! no the disagreement"Justice points on which there has GRAND THEATER


Lamar spoke hopefully of



f Tn Southern f Ferflllzer r Co. the eral tion.adjustment the general prospects The ultimate best of situation the was indication success blockade that, saying of the of the gave mediatorswere the that media-faithin gen-the : II COOLEST: I SPOT tlHMIMMI IN II THE II TOWNHMIIiliMMMMIIIII I I I''



ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAIIMMMIttlllHMIimillitlMMIIIIMHHMIMMt able to resume promptly the

I discussion of general peace plans to TODAY 1.
*) I day. No word has been received from

General Carranza according to Justice -

( ''HIMIiilliiMltlUMMttlMMItillMMMMMItfrCOW $ Lamar. It was generally under- "AN MpPROR'S I TRIUMP" AVONDERF'UL IN FIVE BIG PARTS.FEATURE
:j fl stood that final approval of all peace L f \VE'LL\\

plans would be withheld until the LET YOU SAY THE REST AFTER YOU HAVE SEEN IT. !

x PEASWe question of constitutionalist acceptance -

of the plans has been settled. "Pathe's Weekly Always up-to-date. I\

Along with the Antilla incident the ,

mediation colony was intensely inter- Six bigreels.
i ested in what general Carranza might ,

have to say on his arrival at Salti'llo. "The HOIVZC Sisters," those nifty entertainers. Born,
have a limited'supply of IRON AND BRAB- It is generally understood that either
today or tomorrow he will send instructions in Ragtime Land. You must see them to know
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming :
to Rafael Zubaran, his special i

o quantity desired. Price sure right. answering representative the last in communicationfrom Washington, Special Music by "That Orchestra." ,

We carry constantly a full line of crate material of the mediators.

all kinds. Whether the constitutionalists will A truly "Grand Show." I

come into the negotiations on terms
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- fixed by the mediators-the declara-

riers, etc. Phones 181191. tion of an armistic and an agreementto CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS 15c.
discuss internal as well as interna- I

tional questions not known to any Friday-"THE MASTER MIND." One great feature. l
F. F. Button of the principals here. Formal and &

unofficial expressions from Washington tOe 20cUMIIIIIMIMM
however, to the effect that Car-
SANFORD, FLORIDA
ranza might be willing to discuss as-
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pects of the international problembut iliiiiiiiiiiilllll.I..IIIIIIIIIIIII.1111111111111111111111 'II'IIIIIIIII'f'I"1
would refuse to grant an armis- tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill1111 tttititiiiimm ..
"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII'1 H tice at least immediately- known '-

acurately to represent the constitu-
PAPERS FILED IX THE CLERK'SOFFICE acres. MARY PICKFORD AT LUGERXE
IHIMIilllllllllllllttlMATTENTION tionalist leader's ideas. I Mrs. Mary E. Mizell to A. J. Nye; w. d. TODAY
Overstreet Crate Co. to Lily M. Davis;
There is a possibility of a middle w. d.: Iota.Rachel .
ground being reached on those points L. Edeburn to Geo. N. Powell; Miss Mary Pickford, the most pop-
MAYD. w. d. stars, will be
of
H but until the mediators know of Gdn., to Asa Robinson deed ular moving picture
more B. Sphaler and wife to Alice Thompson; R. L. Hyer ; ; featured today at the Lucerne in a
the of the constitutionalists'plans warranty deed. lots.Shine
purposes City of Orlando to H. Gordon Harper; & Hyer to Asa Robinson; deed; lots. most wonderful production of "In the
for their participation necessarily c. d.; lot CEO. I... Atkins to Matilda Rehm; w. d.; Bishop's Carriage," by Miriam Mich-
i F. G. Rush and wife to H. G. Harper; lots. elson. This film was produced by
are held in abeyance. Munger Land Co. to Wm. 0. Easley; w.d.;
Stock Reducing Sale w.d.Wilson & Toomer to J. B. Lawton; d.c.d.; lots. the Famous Players Film company,
W. B. Partridge and wife to A. W. Hur- under the personal direction of Mr.
THAW APPEALS TO SUPREME lots.J.. B. Lawton and wife to Wilson & Toomer ley; w. 4: lots. Daniel Frohman, America's greatest
d.e..d lots. Hattie M. Dann to H. C. Dann; deed; lot is said to be
COURT FOR BAIL : ; theatrical director and
Beck & Payne Co. ao Chas. Jordan; w. d.;
Wilson & Toomer to F. E. McDaniel;
Continued 30 deed lots. lot one of the greatest moving picturesever
Days ;
H. Carl Dann to Atin Wershom and Delia W. R. O'Neal to Chas. J. Franklin; w. d.; made. It deals with a g.rl escaping -
Washington, June Application Harper; deed; lot 10 acres. from an asylum because she
was filed today in the supreme court M. F. McDonald to F. Daniel; deed.J. W. C. T. U. to Davis & Jackson; q.c.d. had been falsely accused, taking refuge -
W. Woods to D. B. Sphaler; deed. H. Carl Dann and wife to F. G. Rush;
USSESIAMOTOUMAgents for Harry K. Thaw's release on bail W. E. Stephenson and wife to Robt J. w. 4; lot in the room of a crook, cor.spir-
I pending consideration by the court of Stephenson; deed. D. McKinnon and wife to R. F. Boyd; ing with the crook and stealing
Jas. W. White and wife to Carl Jansen; deed; 50 acres. large quantity of jewels, eludir+g the
I the extradition case on which the deed C. M. Williams and wife to R. F. Boyd; into the Bi hop's
wife to Jas. W. White deed; 50 acres. police by jumping
Carl Jansen and ;
for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's I state of New York is seeking to remove deed; 5 acres. S. M. Goolsby and wife to 0. B. Goolsby; carriage, and after a chain of ',hnll-
him from New Hampshire.The T. 0 Brown et aL to G. W. Burden;q.e.d. w. d; 21-2 acres. ing adventures she is offered work on
G. W. Burden to Effie Brunson; q.c.d. Jas. IL Flint to J. G. Grossenbacher; deed. by a theatrical manager
petition filed former Hunger Land Co. to Katherine Feather; the stage
was by Jos. Rider to L. A. Powel; deed.John with her talent
PatternsIIIIIIIIII.tllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIII.II.IIIIIIIIII'1 who is impressed
H. Preiss to Jos. Cusworth and wife; w. d.
Governor William A. Stone, of Pitts- deed; 10 acres. She attains fame and fortune as an
burg. It was based on the printed W. L. Bard and wife to Stella M. Haley; "THE MASTER MIXD actress, and of course has to fhlI in
; w.d; 6 1.% acres. the manager who gave hera
statement that it was for love with
necessary ..
wife Wm. I. Barze
--- Chas. H. Morse and to ; honest living.,
Thaw to go to Pittsburg to attend w.d.; lots. "The Master Mind" which ran for' chance to make an
J. M. Caruthers and wife to Etta G. Atha; eight months as a drama at the Har- At the end she marries the managerand
PUBLIC AROUSED AT SUFFACTn'ITlES At Ilford the hearing in the orphans' court oi I, w. d.; lots. with Edmund drinks the sweets of a righteous
east of London, the J. E. Groves and wife to M. B. Burlett; ris theater, New York,
Allegeny county over the settlementof w. d.; tots.Ed Breese as the star, is now a motion existence. {
speakers were pelted with tomatoesand the estate of his father, William H. Neon to D. J. Nicholson; w. d.; picture production and Mr. Breese As fine a film as one could v.i..h to
London, June 8.-Public anger in other missiles. The orators escaped Thaw. lots. again plays the leading role. As see, and with Miss Pickford could wish in, the form

connection with suffragette outragesis into the residence of the local The attorney contended that Tbaw'spresence M. Dominick and JUNEJ. wife to Jas. A. Brial- Richard Allen, the Master Mind in leading role no one *
leader of the mont; w. d.; 10 acres. the picture, Mr. Breese has the greatest re' will be-
expressed with more vehemence militant society and the there as a witness was nec- W. A. McKee to JI| W. Buchan; w. d.; opportunity of his career-dis- No advance in prices
daily. Reports from the provinces crowd afterward pelted the house essary and he also was needed to ad- 10 acres. playing his remarkable dramatic talent charged, although this is as fins as
D. Caraday and wife to Elor W. to most of the so-
show that with stones and broke Stephen his wonderful facial expressions, any and superior
suffragette meetings organized every windowin vise with counsel in the case. Frarer: w. d.; 160 acres. 'I best productions.
the place. H. Bekemeyer (widower) to J. M. Stockton; and his powerful virility. called before
yesterday were generally The court will probably announceits w. d.: lot "The Master Mind" with Mr. Breese Another film that has never
;i broken up and the women threatened action on the application next L. W. Squires and wife to M. }L Smith; is to be offered at the Grand theateron played for less than twenty-five nts.I
with violence. Read the advertisements q.e.d. admission. *
daily. 12th.
June
I Monday. Wm. B. Hull to John C. Hull; w. d.; 20

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