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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 11, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS 1\


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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLQRIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914. NUMBER 103.

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t PROVIDES NO TREATY BASEBALLAT[ fAIR GROUNDS Will I MRS. PENNY8ACER[ [ GInN BIG BELIEVED THAT HE WANTS
United
the decision of the
Mr. Hamilton Johnson, engi- recent

RIGHTS ARE WAIVED ATTRACT\ T MANY 'THERE[ [ neer, said yesterday that the an- States supreme court, reversing the OVATION AT CHICAGO MEETING[ REINFORCEMENTS BUT

IN BILL'S PASSAGE nouncement made at council meeting Interstate Commerce Commission's DARES NOT ASK

Tuesday that the contract had been ruling on the Florida East Coast fruit

Local Team in Best of Fettle Will let for the intake to be constructedby and vegetable rates, is but an incidentin Biennial of the Women's Clubs of the .

CUMMINS AMNOMfNT[ IS DEFEATED Contest Again With PopWallace's i the Water and Light company was the fight of the growers to securea Country Attended by Thou- SITUATION CAUSES[ MUCH H (EXCREMENT[ [
in error. rate which will allow them to com-
Crew sands of Delegates
"I was engaged by the company to pete at market points. This is the I

THOSE SENATORS WHO VOTED make some soundings at the lake and statement of A. A. Boggs, of Miami, I NOT BELIEVED THAT OFFICEROF
Wallace's of
Pop crew Everglades I
FOR NORRIS-SIMMONS AMENDMENT pirates will be given a warm time atthe found that the depth was not suffi- one of the attorneys for the growers, Chicago, June 10.SpeciaLAmerica's ( )- FUNSTO.VS EXPERIENCE

AGAINST cient at places to admit of construc- to a reporter for the Florida Metrop most foremost dub women,
WILL. VOTE fair grounds this afternoon bythe WOULD SEND SUCH MESSAGE
[ tion according to the first plans," said olis. three thousand strong, opened their
OF THE REPEAL locals under the management of
THE PASSAGE IF SERIOUS CONDITIONS DID
the engineer. "The plans will have to twelfth biennial convention at the
Billie Beardall. "The case means a matter of some '
MEASURE be revised to some extent to meet Auditorium theater tonight. Mrs. NOT WARRANT
$100,000 annually to the shippers ofthe
When Pop and his ramous men visited -
natural conditions. The contract has Percy V. Pennybacker, the president
; this city two weeks ago and district affected, said Mr. Boggs,
Washington, June 10.-(Special.)- frailed our sturdy men it wasn't without not been let yet, but I understand thatit who was present on another case atthe accompanied by fourteen members of Washington, June 10.-Special.-
dec- will be awarded I the general board, was given an ova-
be Norris-Simmons compromise leaving a feeling of revenge that soon. time, the supreme court handed Administration officials were galvan-
laration to the repeal bill was adopted 'demanded satisfaction. He kindly Mr. Johnson has recently completedthe down the ruling. "The effect of the ,tion when she mounted the platform.Toright's ized into sudden attention this morn-

by the senate tonight. The several construction of the septic tanks decision session was given over to from
consented to come again, confident does not touch the merits ofthe ing by a telegram General Fun-
senators who supported the amend- that it couldn't be did. for sewage disposal. case. addresses of welcome to which Mrs. ston stating that the Mexican troops

ment will vote against the bill on ,Pennybacker responded. Jane Ad- were concentrating along his lines. He
But Pop will be given a lesson in "The opinion of the supreme court
final passage. baseball this afternoon. The Orlando was that the order'of the Interstate dams spoke on "The Public Policiesof did not ask for reinforcements, but

The declaration as thus agreed pro- team has had the advantage of two MANY LIVES[ LOST l T IN SIIHWTS1.1AWCE Commerce Commission in reducingthe Women's Clubs. said he thought with his troops and

vides that the passage of the act shall weeks' practice which they didn't rates, was not supported by any Beginning tomorrow morning the marines, and the bluejackets now

not be construed as a waiver or relinquishment have before, and they are feeling fit WHICH H [ T [ [ evidence. The facts of the case are real work for which the women come with the fleet at Vera Cruz, he wouldbe

of any right of the United and very much in the game. these: to Chicago will begin. Reports from able to maintain his position. Fun-

c States, under treaty or otherwise, to Play will be called promptly at "At the hearing in Jacksonville in different committees and officers are ston has 4,000 men under him and
discriminate in favor of the vesselsof Difficult to Secure Accurate Information expected to occupy most of the day. could be reinforced with from ten to
3:30 and half individual
holiday -
every March, 1911, both the shippers and
its citizens them but It Is Known That In the evening a monster receptionwill
by exempting who wants to put in his time to the railroad company's representa- twelve thousand men from the fleet
from the payment of tolls, or as in be given at the art museum. within short time.
Went Down a
the best advantage should be on, the Many Lives were present with witnesses and I (I

any way waiving or impairing or af- grounds to see the walloping that Popis counsel, and both offered to introduce I The contents of Funston's message

fecting any right of the United States scheduled to get. N. B. June 10.Conflicting the evidence. spread like wildfire among the offi-

under treaty or otherwise, with respect Chatham reports, made,it impossible todayto "Commissioner Prouty, presiding, SANFORD D TELEGRAPH[ [ H AGENT[ I IS cials directly concerned and created

to sovereignty over or owner- determine definitely now many ruled that sufficient facts were already ARRESTED f [ f FOR R CONTEMPT T intense interest. In the opinion of
and of the
control
ship, management
canal and the regulation of conditionsor BEST SEASON FOR f R POTATOES[S fishing smacks and lives had been lost before him in the evidence introduced war officials it was an indirect bid
for reinforcements which
in the storm which swept the Gulf of at other hearings to warrant Funston did
charges of traffic through the HASTINGS HAS EVER[ HADGuy
not
want to These
st. Lawrence, Chaleur bay and the a decision, and the commission Warrant Also for Man Higher Up for request directly.
same. made order officials were satisfied that such a'
Straits of Northumberland accordingly an reducingthe
The senate later defeated the Cum- Friday. Refusal to Produce Tele-
would
One the number of rate. message not come from an officer -
report placed
mins amendment and at 10:30 o'clock Empie Who Has Been Handling grams in Court of Funston's and
the order the Florida experience
dead at 125. Advices from Caraquetsaid "Following ,
recessed until tomorrow. Telegraph Business There that nineteen lives were knownto East Coast Railway company filed a known courage without serious facts

MILLIONAIREBACHELOR'S Returns to Orlando have been lost, one vessel was I petition in the United States com- '_ Sanford; Fla.:, June 10.-Because.of back of it.

SEARCH FOR missing and nothing was known of merce court, then existing, to enjoin his alleged refusal to produce copiesof The most embarassing part of the

WILL The season for shipping potatoes the fate of the crews of two vessels the enforcement of this order. Railroad certain telegrams in court said to news is that Funston was apparently ,

from: Hastings has ended and Mr. Guy reported ashore at Pokesudie Island. attorneys stated as their reasons II have a bearing upon the case of the unable to estimate the strength of the

Chicago, June 10.-Safety deposit Empie, who was transferred for the Capt. Samuel Breau of the schooner that the Interstate Commerce Com- state of Florida vs. Kirby L. Sandlin, Mexican reinforcements to the front '

records were searched here today in season from the Orlando office of the Warren P., which arrived here last mission's rates were confiscatory."On bigamy, Manager Carl Franklin of of his lines, which shows with what !

an endeavor to find'missing deeds to Western Union Telegraph company to night, said that when he left Shippegan this petition considerable testi- I the local office of the Western Union secrecy the' Mexicans are moving. '

property owned by Francis A. Ogden, that place, has returned to take the on Sunday he heard that more mony was introduced on both sides, Telegraph company, was arrested this The fact that they are moving secretly -

the 84-year-old recluse and multi- night trick at the Orlando office. than 100 persons had perished but he the court finally finding in affirmation morning and a subpoena was issued demonstrates they also are moving .

millionaire, news of whose death in Mr. Empie's account of the activities believed this was a great exaggera- of the commisison's order. From for Clerk Henry Lee of the company. effectively. No explanation of the

Houston, Tex., has been received here. at Hastings during the rush sea- tion. this ruling the road appealed to the The charge is contempt of court. sudden turn of events at Vera Cruz t

Mr. Ogden was a nephew of Wil- son is interesting and gives an inti- Caraquet, Shippegan and Lameque, supreme court. The arrest of the local manager was forthcoming from any of the ad-

liam B. Ogden, first mayor of Chicago. mate view of the volume and extentof headquarters of the Bay Chaleur fishing "The decision on June 8 reversedthe I'closed the office here temporarily. ministration officials. The only thing a
He laid the foundation of his
the industry in that prosperous fleet, are remote points and be- order of the lower court' on the Warrant also was issued for L. J. standing between Funston and hostili-

wealth by leasing and buying Chicago section. For seven weeks, Mr. Empie cause of broken wire communicationit grounds that the failure of the Inter- i Maxwell, distrust manager for the ties from Huerta is an armistice pend-

property immediately after the great says, potatoes were moving at a great had been impossible to get accurate state Commerce Commission to take' Western Union at Jacksonville, for ing mediation proceedings. s
I fire of 1871. He married.
never "My rate. He doesn't to how fatal and its order contempt of court, it being supposedthat
attempt say account of the damage. The vessels testimony was was Sudden collapse of the Niagara conferences -
brothers and sisters invested in fam-
many car loads were shipped during that suffered from the gale were therefore void. he is back of Franklin's refusal. may mean aggressive action
ilies and children. I invested in farms
that period, but he does know that as small schooners. Nearly every craft "The next step of the shippers will The action against the telegraph company from Huerta's troops at Vera Cruz. ,
and real estate of his favorite
was one many as eighty-five car loads a day was manned only by members of a be to ask for a rehearing by the com- employes was taken by State Rafael Zubarana Carranza's i
remarks. He known to secre-
was went out. single family with the father in com- mission, and the decision of the supreme Attorney Cary D. Landis and George ,
of the interior received tele-
have held real estate of great value tary a
The telegraph business during the mand and three or four sons and relatives court is merely an incident in I I A. DeCottes.
from Carranza
in Chicago and rich lands in Wisconsin gram tonight stating
time was trying to the last notch. He composing the crew. a fight which we will not relinquish
that from Zubaranahad
Kansas delayed messages
and
Georgia, Washington
from 6:30 in the morning until obtain decision the .
was on duty we a on merits BICYCLISTS CHARGED WITH ABDUCTING
several other states. finally reached him and within I
,until 11 o'clock at night, handling PICKETS STATIONED IX LARGE I of the case. PALATKA GIRL
Mr. Ogden maintained quarters ina three hours his answer to the late i,
hundreds of messages. The profits to "The case does not affect rates on
hotel he owned in Madison, Wis.,. NUMBERS note from the mediators would be for-
the telegraph company were counted I other lines, and the reductions already -
and for many years lived on a self Jacksonville, June 10.-Charged warded. It is expected the note will
accordingly though besides the regular secured over other Florida rail-
prescribed_ schedule of abstemiousness. Pittsburg, June 10.-Three thou- with abducting a 14-year-old girl reach Washington before morning and l
business he handled a great roads and the connecting lines be-
He allowed himself 9 cents for sand pickets from the ranks of the from her home at Palatka, Bennie, be in the hands of the mediators to-
number of dead head messages for tween Florida and her markets remain -
breakfast, 20 cents for lunch and 1 5 I striking mill workers patrolled the Pete and Edna JacHey, of Texas, who morrow. ..
railroads. The Postal has in
the an I effect.
cents for dinner. streets and hilltops around the Westinghouse claim to be touring the world on bicycles Carranza's note contains the state-
office there also, and the work done in East Pittsburg i "At the time the fight began, there
His total wealth may never b e plants to- were arrested at Folkston, Ga., ment that under no circumstances will
at the Western Union office does not was no exception to the rule tacitly
known he left will far day to prevent strangers from enter- yesterday and will be taken to Palat- he armistice
as to
no as a s that the agree an or any planor
represent all the messages established by the carriers that com-
known, and search of his papers has ing the shops without first explainingtheir ka for a hearing.The means for the recognition of Huerta -
demands of the shipping season pro- in peitors of the Florida grower, whether -
the strike district.
disclosed no instructions and no sched presence arrest followed the informa- but will agree to mediation on international -
ule of duced. Pickets were ordered by their leadersnot in California, Texas or Louisiana, tion received here by the local police affairs with tentative
propertes. con-
The prices were better than usual, had all the advantage in the markets.
to interfere with the persons o''f I that the girl, whose name is Ina sent that some of the internal affairs .
Mr. Empie. Top figures were "The great fruit and vegetable industries -
says
any strangers, but to insist on an an- Pigue, the daughter of a river boat of Mexico of necessity be drawn
MRS. PANKHURST ELUDES LONDON may
$6.25 a barrel; the average was much of the state will never be on
swer to their questions. captain of Palatka, had been abducted. into the discussion.
COPS below this figure, but better than us- a firm basis until the Florida grower
Capt. Harry Hall learned that
ual, and the growers were happy over obtains the benefit of his geographical
BASEBALL RESULTS
London, June .-The elusive Mrs. the results. position in reference to the great cen- the prisoners had passed through the MONUMENT TO WOMEN OF
city and he wired authorities at Folk-
Pankhurst, militant suffragette leader When the season is finished, how National ters of population. This has already NORTH CAROLINA
League
again succeeded during the nightin ever, there is nothing more doing until been accomplished in part, and the ston to stop them.
Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 8. The eirl's father came here and Raleigh N. C. June 10.-With
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evading police who were closely next season, says Mr. Empie, and fight will be continued until complete -
watching the house in Grosvenor the town resumes its normal quietude. Boston, Pittsburg 2. success is attained." went Folkston immediately. He thousands of veterans and visitors in
i Brooklyn 4 St. Louis 6. returned through this city with his attendance the the
Square from which she had been recently I The East Coast Fruit and Vegetable monument to
I New York 4, Chicago 1. child. It is said that government
'1 conducting the campaign MILITANT ASSAILS NEWSPAPER Growers' association and the Flor- au- North Carolina women of the Confed-

I against the peace of members of the EDITORS American League ida Fruit and Vegetable Shippers' thorities may handle the case.RENOMINATED eracy was unveiled in Capital Square

r royal family. Her plan of escape i is Belfast, Ireland, June 10.-Militants Detroit 2, Boston 8. Protective association, numberingover today by Ashley Horne, a grandsonof

said by the police to have been "clev- today assaulted the managing Chicago 2, Washington 0. one thousand members, are back PE ROSE BY A the late Ashley Horne, of Clayton,

erly conceived although details were editors of two of the leading news- Cleveland 0, Philadelphia S. ing the fightSCHOOL t VOTE OF 2 TO 1 whose gift of $10,000 enabled the

not made public. The ease with papers of Belfast, which have criti- St. Louis 3, New York 5. I state to erect a substantial memorial.The .

which the women circumvent the 1 cised the militant campaign. Two Federal League BOARD WILL APPOINT Harrisburg, Pa., June 10.-The offi- weather was ideal, the temperature -

trained brains of Scotland Yard whenever well dressed women, one of them a TEACHERS JUNE 16 I cial count of the vote cast at the primary falling during the night, while
Kansas City 0, Buffalo 4.
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they demand a real contest of' giantess, went to the Belfast' Tele- election on May 19, just com- today clouds sheltered the visitors
i St. Louis 13 Pittsburg 8.
wits is causing keen anxiety at po- graph office and were ushered into Chicago 1, Brooklyn, 6.IndianapolisBaltimore. The county school board will meet I I pleted, shows that Boies Penrose received from the heat of the sun.

lice headquarters. !! the editor's room. Without speakinga rain. Tuesday, June 16, to appoint teachersfor 219,871 votes for the Repub- Immediately after the unveiling exercises -

The raid on the offices of the W 0-
men's Social and Political Union did |I Mr Stewart, the managing editor, Southern League The grading committee has been busyat I senator and J. Benjamin Dimmick I was presented to the state by the

not produce the results expected by and with her clenched fist knocked Chattanooga 3, Memphis 0. Supt. McKinnon's office this week 112,394.A. Daughters of the Confederacy, Mrs.

the police, who today plainly showed him out of his chair. At the same Mobile 7, New Orleans 6. passing on the papers of the appli- Mitchell Palmer, candidate for Marshall Williams, president of the

their disappointment. The documents time her companion hurled a mucilage Nashville 5-1, Atlanta 2-4. cants who took the examinations last the Democratic senatorial nomination, division, making the presentation

seized revealed very little evidence of bottle at his head. Montgomery 7, Birmingham 3. week, and will probably complete polled 119,392, and Henry Budd, his speech, and Governor Craig acceptingthe

interest.A 1[ The women then went to the NewsLetter South Atlantic League their work by the end of the week. i opponent, 70,252. gift for the state.

office and made a similar at- Columbia 2, Savannah 1. Supt. :McKinnon reports that good Gifford Pinchot, whQ'had no oppo-
sale on Carter's black ink at Mr. Anderson of that sition for the Progressive nominationfor THE WEATHER
tack
on news- Jacksonville 4, Charleston 0. teachers are scarce, and it is no easy

,, one-half price to close out. A bar- paper. He has since been confined to j I Columbus 1, Augusta 0.Macon I matter to acceptably fill the places United States senator, received I Florida: Local thunder showers

; t+ gain. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0. bed and is under surgical treatment. 4, Albany 1. that will be open. 46,782. Thursday and Friday.t .

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".UD MULLER" SIZED UP FLORIDA MEDICOS MADE DISCOVERY f WHAT A PARTNERSHIP IS

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A teacher in one of the suburbs of One df the most important thingsin yurlfJineJ'frJ
Boston read to her pupils "Maud Muller A great medical discovery has just any partership is a thorough un-

," and then she asked the boys and been made in, Manatee county which I'' derstandinp of why the partnershipis And if you wish to hear the world's best music -
girls to express in writing their opin- will undoubtedly bring world wide formed. No one takes a partner
ion of the poem. Here are three of fame to two of Palmetto's popular I in any enterprise which he could executed by the world's greatest artists -

the youthful criticisms exactly as they physicians, Dr. M. M. Harrison and manage alone. The usual idea is to turn your ear this way when our Vic-
were written. Dr. F. F. Strong. They have discov-I combine with someone who can do tor and Edison Talking machines begin to play.
"It is silly and unnatural like most ered and isolated a new germ whichis well what we do ill and who needs
+ poetry. It rimes all right and makesa a blood worm and produces a dis- j I us to do well for him those things Nothing finer for the camp or sunnier:
fairly good enough piece to speakin ease they have named Filariasis. !i which he can do least well for him- home. Come in and talk it over and see hew

school, but it is soft and the judge Uneeda Biscuit They have sent the data relative to I self. Together we may do things easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand
and the Muller girl would have both their discovery to the Journal of Med- I that neither of us could do alone.
wished they hadn't if they had mar- A crisp, clean, nutri- ical Science, a copy of which we have ,I Why do people marry? Because refining influence of the best music in
ried each other. So this is my opin- tious food. For been favored with. they want to live together. Whatdo your home or private apartments.W. .

ion of the poem." everybody-every. "There are hundreds of cases whichare they hope to do. Usually to founda

"The poem had some good points.It : where. Fresh in the being treated for typhoid, hook- home and to have a family. What S. BRANCH
shows that the judge had good moisture-proof packages worm, malaria, nephritis and other I, share in this does each expect to take ,
manners for he said Thanks when cents. less distinct infections which are inI I'I and what does each expect of the
Maud handed him the water and so reality infections by the blood worm i' other? The Arcade Book and Music Store

teaches politeness. The poem goes acting alone or in company with Bother -! Most business partnerships have
en and shows that many things pathological agencies," said Dr.j 'inside" tn3 putside" partnerships;
might have been that ain't in this Strong, "and our discovery, if con- ;i I one who manages the factory or office -
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world, but it don't prove that folks firmed by the medical profession, will '' or store, and who "goes after -
f would have been any better off if result in saving thousands of lives in I I business," one who brings in theI r '
things had turned out the other way. tropical climates." !I I cash orders, and one who does the
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All things considered it is a fairly They have discovered the specific necessary spending and the possible Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
good poem and it does credit to Mr. 1'/r which will destroy the blood worm saving.
Whittaker. I ain't much stuck on and cure the disease, and have had The partner who travels may not
any kind of poetry.It ZuZuThe success in every case discovered. Both know as much about the workingsof DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
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is hardly necessary to say that Dr. Strong and Dr. Harrison became the factory where his orders are -- ---
these criticisms were by boys. One funny little name infected themselves during their investigations filled as his stay-at-home partner REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
by a girl, was as follows."I of the famous little Dr. Strong having had a does. The stay-at-home partner
think the poem was real sweet ginger snap that puts close call before recovery, but fortu- may not realize to the full how diffi- COMPARE
and nice. But it would suit me bet- fresh "snap" and nately he is still alive and his active cult it is to get orders and how tiresome -
ter if Maud had married the judge if "ginger" into jaded brain spared to work out other prob- it is to travel. But if their OUR FURNITURE
they were in love with each other. appetites 5 cents. lems. partnership is a good one, there is
I-think it dreadful to marry for any- Dr. Strong is a noted author whose sure to be at the foundation of it a We provide the quality furniture that has long .
thing but love if we would be on the books are to be found in most med pretty thorough understanding of been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
safe side. I like the way the poem ical libraries and also an inventor of each other's problems and responsi- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
rimes, but I think Maud appears pret- note. Recently he invented a methodof Mlities and a pretty sound respect wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
tier barefooted in the poem than she converting saw grass into paper for the ability that meets them. -The this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
would in real life. I don't think women which he expects to see in practical Marriage Partnership, in Woman's this business, and that means much to any buyer.

show to advantage barefooted, operation shortly.Dr. World for July.
and it does not seem nice to me.-" Mack Harrison is' a Manatee
McNffli & DAVIS BLOCK
Pathfinder. county boy and his rise to fame will Who is your painter and decorator? ,
give pleasure to his number of If you are satisfied keep the one you A Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
70 YEAR OLD
TRIPLETS
friends.-Sarasota Sun.
Na. 636. 120tfFor
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Fond du Lac, Wis., June 9.-The GRAHAM CRACKERSThe Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. I the news, read The Sentinel.
Windecker triplets, the oldest in the
United States, are celebrating the anniversary natural sweet-
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on a more elaborate scale than that the wheat are retained -
which has attended former events. The giving thema
Windecker triplets, 'consi t of Sid- delightful flavor. I
ney of this town, Sylvester, of the xo cents. )
town of Byron and Mrs. Sedate Pier

of Wausau. Two years ago the del- Bay biscuit baked by 1 \i.wz
icate health of Mrs. Pier caused 1 !
alarm lest they might no reach NATIONAL
another milestone, but all three are BISCUIT

now pect hale of reaching and hearty the with ripe every old age pros-of ,COMPANY I Water & Light Co. | ; Just arrived car load

four score. One remarkable featureof Always look for that name FORDS for immediate -
the lives of the triplets is the
fact that the only birth anniversarieson l delivery.

which they have been separated.I electricity
were during the civil war Sidney Win- FLORIDA MINES 70 PER Get yours nowF.
decker serving three years as a mem- I CENT OF WORLD'S TOTALI
ber of Company H, Fifth United RUSH
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States Volunteers. I Although the value of the water: Gas Water Ice J
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commerce of the port last week was I Phone
NEGROES ASK RAILWAYSFOR about $300,000 less than that of the
BETTER TREATMENTAt record breaking week before that, the
: Office---No. 18 West Central Ave.
record for phosphate tonnage wa I ,
a mass meeting of negroes, held broken to small bits, more phosphate .
at Allen Temple Monday night, an being shipped out of Tampa last '
attendance of about 600 persons listened week than ever before left any port
to speeches by leading mem- in the world in the same space of F Telephone No. 6 j'F.: .
bers of their race in favor of secur- time. ,
ing better accommodations for 'ne- The total was 44,503 tons of which
groes on railway trains and a fine 31,463 tons went foreign and 13,040tons
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program including musical and literary to coastwise ports. This vast I
numbers was held. tonnage puts Tampa pre-eminently tfNIMNM

A committe was appointed to draw in the lead as a phosphate shipping ... -....stt
up a set of resolutions to be presented port, a lead that is but natural whet ,," 1111"1'1'111111'1"111111'1111'11111181111111'.
to the several railroad lines entering -. it is known that more than 70 per cent -- ----- - -
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gested by Booker T. IN+M MN." 1'11'1'1"1"11111"1111111"011"1'111. ,
Washington re from within 100 miles of this city.- I
cently.On Tampa Times.ROOSEVELT.
the committee were named For Sale I Orlando Bank & Trust Co
:
many prominent colored people.It SPENDS DAY AS
was the sense of the meeting OR
as GUEST OF KING ALFONSO
Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
expressed by the speakers that the ..
negroes will endeavor to do their : Madrid, Spain, June 9.-Col. Theo EXCHANGEFive .
part toward getting better railroad dore Roosevelt today was the guestof RESOURCESReal

accomodations through good deportment King Alfonso and Queen Victoriaat Room House, built j Estate Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

personal neatness and by observing their summer palace at La Granja, of cement blocks 24x36, J Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
all of the amenities of travel forty miles from Madrid. Accompanied shingl two Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
-Tampa Tribune. Cartright s,
by Ambassador Willard and the Stocks and Bonds . . . .. . 26,018.33'
staff of the American embassy the lots 100x150, some young Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
TO PURCHASE STONE MOUNTAIN Colonel left the Spanish capital earlyin and I
peach -
orange grapefruit
the morning by automobile for the
A movement has been set on foot royal residence where it had been ar: trees. Driven well $904,906.09
by the Georgia Daughters of the Confederacy ranged that he should arrive for' 200 feet. LIABILITIES IT a

to irtductf ,the Daughtersthruout luncheon. His entire stay at the pal Address Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78 .. t
the South to join with the ace lasted about four hours. Re-Discounts . . . ... :. . . None IT *
state of Georgia in purchasing Stone Box 424 Bills payable . . ... . . . . None
Mountain near Atlanta and DROUTH FACES VIRGINIA '
makingit Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72
into a monument for the Confed Richmond, Va., June 9.-The United
erate dead of all the Southern States. States Weather Bureau here issued : Kissimmee, Florida Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59 *i *
Everybody who has ever been in At a bulletin today on the severe drouth ,\
lanta has seen, or at least heard of continuing in Virginia. All crops are I. 6-8-im $904,906.09 .
Stone Mountain, the immense pile of deteriorating, states Director Evans, I.I.I.

granite a few miles east of the city.It especially upland wheat oats and iHIMimilMMIIMtHtttfcHMitiiiiimimiintM Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

is not a very high mountain, as corn. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72 .
mountains are reckoned, but it looms Only about half a crop of tobaccois

up quite imposingly among the Georgia in the fields. Pastures, gardens I SUMMER TIME ISFLY Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,<)U8.81

hills. It is one immense lump of and truck forms are suffering serf TIME Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
granite, and tho' millions of tons iously.As .
o Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
stone have been quarried from it, to I Are those windows screened -

use in building since Atlanta wa a result of the biting of DogCatcher yet? Patented detach Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
founded, there is no reduction in its Peter Pomar, of St. Augustine I able hangers used on all II III !it .
height, and not enough to be noticedin by a dog afflicted with the rabies I screens. No ladder need I .. $ Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
its bulk. If the plan to make it a i Mayor A.W. Corbett, of that city ed to take off or put on !I 4 I '.. ( The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
monument is carried out, it will be has issued an'order to the police to :.. when washing windows. I Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
the most stupendous one in the world. impound all dogs found on the streets R.J.WALDRONContractor j I friends and customers for making such a statement pos-
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The pyramids of Egypt would look without muzzles. I Ii 1\ sible. "f t tORLANDO'S JIII
like anthills beside! it.-Ocala Star. i: and Builder t .
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Read the Morning Sentinel. Price i..' 410 West Street
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k THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS I,CONWAY'S VIEW OF THE '1 HAD A TERRIBLE TIME FINDINGMR. j r its-----i- --# I

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-- I QUESTIONOur BOiD'1 DUCES TECUMA
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:i. South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) f

1. MORNING AND WEEKLY Heliotrope skirts are going out of j citizens are well pleased with I local attorney brings the follow-

JOSiAB FERRIS. Editor and Owner. style and the latest fad is a shirt I the decision of the commissioners in I ing ,story back from a nearby county An Sale ofBoys'
that is "biscuit shade." Only the better I regard to the building of brick roads. I where he attended court recently: Emphatic

Entered at the poatoffice at Orlando Florid bread class of men are supposed We especially need this road as we During the trial of a certain case it
' *. M Second Claw Mail Matter. to wear them. have no railroad and an immense became necessary to produce certain

SURSCRIPTIOBATES I amount of traffic during the orange documents in court that simple request -
Daily 1 Year .........................13.00 seasons as the roads will testify by had failed to secure. In such I M lll ll C1oihuii l i
Duly 6 Months ....................... %.50 Albert Williamson's classic campaign J
Daily, S Months ...................... 1.23 "Claude to h- their bad condition. We have waited exigencies there is a writ known to
Daily, 1 Month ....................... 50 slogan may go" |i long if not patiently for good roads. lawyers and a few other choice spiritsas
but I'm going to Congress, proved
..... ...... '!|I Taft will get more miles of road be- duces tecum, which demands the
Weekly 1 Year ........... 1.00 correct as far as Claude was concerned .
a Weekly, 6 Months ..................... iTO but "kinder" petered out in..:sides having the railroad at their (required evidence right now and arms Our Semi-Annual Eventi'

ADVERTISERS: the last section.-Tampa Tribune. !!I i I door, while we are getting five miles. the officer with the right to seize and
I I We admire the people of Taft for bring forth.
If Mr. Williamson really made .
Copy for display aid all ..her hand-act such he showed himself | their pluck and courage in surmount- There was an officer of the court,
handed in at the kusmew an utterance,
nut be '
tdvertUinr
f slice .( tilt Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. unworthy of representing the great ing all their difficulties, but there isI I however, who was not acquaintedwith
the day before publication. This rule applies I an easy way out. Why not call a pri- this particular kind of court
!. chance for contract advertisinc; it UiaTtriabU commonwealth of Florida at Wash-
i
and wifl be strictly adhered to. ington, and the voters were wise in mary meeting and let the tax payers paper, and had never been introducedto
vote on this question, also on issuing Mr. Duces Tecum.
him remain home.
at
electing to s
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued sufficient bonds to complete the roads. When the writ was handed to him
should notify the office in writing en J
the date of expiration otherwise it will be This section not only has the finest ; to serve he pondered for some time
1 continued at the regular subscription rates This is a true story about a popu-
until notice to atop is reeeived. I orange groves in the county, but sup- over the same, and not caring to ex-
lar Orlando and must
young lady you | plies Orlando markets with beef, hibit to any of the court officials his
THURSDAY JUNE 11, 1914. not laugh, because might hurt
you
i hogs, poultry, eggs, all kinds of vegetables ignorance of persons living in his own
her feelings. She is very fond of I the finest water melons and community he inquired of an old resi- \

,The only candidate in Hillsborough riding in an automobile but is un- I sweet potatoes. The grazing lands dent if he knew the individual whose

county who qualified was not elected. controllably nervous about railroad i keep a large number of cattle and &presence was desired. It happenedthat

Wouldn't that chill you? t,crossings. The other evening she was many of our people are engaged in the old resident was a wag, and
out for a ride with the family and I
0 this industry. Messrs. Crawford, after looking the paper over he told r
just before reaching home they crossed I
The Clearwater Sun and the Tarpon the Coast Line track Barber, Simmons, Redditt, Mathers the deputy he had an idea that the
greatly
and Hart own large herds. Not a resident fellow lived in a neighborhood some
Progressive are exchanging opinionson
I '
shocking her nervous system, though
but who contributes in
some miles distant and described with
theology. What is it that a Flor- train in After ,
there
was no sight.
way to the uplift and upbuilding of some seeming of the exact
ida editor won't tackle! accuracy
reached home and
they were sitting the City Beautiful. The products of location.
o down to supper they heard the train
,
this section are hauled to market over The deputy secured an automobileand
The Times-Union says that editors whistle for the crossing. "There,"
the worst roads in the county and the started out to serve the paper,
should never run for office. .The she exclaimed in all honesty, "see
proceeds are spent in Orlando's fine but after suffering a blow out and
T.-U. is a little late with this sage how near we came to getting run modest
emporiums or more stores. several minor ups and downs due to
advice. Why didn't it speak up over!" We regret to learn of Mr. Ferris' rapid and urgent travel, he returned
sooner! *
: illness but trust he will soon recover. from his quest without locating the

o We hope Commissioner Robertsonwill : While he is at the helm the Sentinel scamp. The news of the search had

The major leagues are losing a be successful in having an or- I will continue to grow in popularity spread about among the hangers on

thousand dollars each a week, but dinance passed to compel every hometo and prosperity.Mr. and it happened that it was to one of ..arr

that has nothing to do with what you be supplied with a covered gar- I R. T. Peel continues to make the wise ones that the deputy next

will lose if you don't see the ball bage can. It is an astonishing fact I I improvements and he will have an up applied for information as to the

game at the fair grounds this after- that so many fathers seem absolutely to date modern home. He is buildinga identity and most notorious place of

t noon. careless about the health and comfort bath room and lavatory with hot 'residence of the strange person whose This sale is (all of emphasis. We emphasizethe

o of their family that it becomes and cold water, a water tower, an presence was so immediately neces-
Mr. Rapp's pet name for his sweet- necessary for officers of the law to addition to dining room and kitchen, ,sary. great price reductions. We emphasize

heart was "Nonnie," while he referredto compel them to use preventives of ,with porches. These improvements "Duces Tecum?" said his second informant the fact that it is our positive intention not to
his wife, Madame Schumann- disease. In a few instances this total will cost about eleven hundred dollars I
I "Why yes, I know him carry a single Suit or pair of Pants over,
Heink, as "Shanks." Far be it from indifference may be traced to ignorance -I and the work is done by skilled work well; he's a Greek and runs a fruit
us to pass upon the appropriatenessof but in a large proportion of I I stand near the depot." and we emphasize the importance of coming

these pet names. cases it is downright care-less-ness. men.The Redditt boys were over from Already frazzled out, the deputy early for first choice.
o We do not wish to have any germsof Fort Christmas to cultivate their
started out to find the Greek of the ......
Editor McCreary of the GainesvilleSun disease attack our city commis- corn. They have two fields of the unintelligible entitlements, but upon ""

who was a candidate for state sioners, but we trust the clean-up best corn to be found anywhere. his return confident that there wasn't

senator, is not altogether forgiving.He germ will continue to keep them in- Messrs. Overstreet and Conoly are any such animal he was put upon the Sale lasts until the 20th

says that he has forgiven all who oculated. clearing ten acres of fine land to be right track by one whose dignity and

worked against him with three or set to citrus trees. They have already compassion would not allow the crool

four exceptions. Guess he intends to It is a hopeful sign of the rising of cleared four acres to plant in grapefruit \joke to go further.

get even with those exceptions.John the Sun of Righteousness in the Mr. Miles Simmons has both .
These Price Reductions
are
o world, when the leading daily papers ;these contracts. n MMIMMIIttttMMMM !
V. Denton, who was in the print a chapter of the Scripture at I Mr. Hodges is having eighteenacres

race against Congressman Frank the head of the editorial columns ev- cleared which he will set partlyin T. F. HOURIHAN Emphatically IrresistableThis

Clark, serves notice that he will be eryday or two, ,and sermons of the trees and use a portion for truck-

in the race again two years hence. prominent divines, more or less evan- : ing. He has improved his house very I II Licensed Plumber and clothing sale consists of nothing -

Somebody should give Denton a gelical, regularly appear in the pub- I much. Sanitary Engineer but high class clothing made by

friendly tip, and save his money for lic press, and when even pronounced The Baptist church looks well in its Estimates Furnished. Jobbing such past masters as HART SCIIAFF-
him. skeptical writers begin to capitalizesuch new coat of paint. Promptly Attended to.
NER & MARX and is sold under a
o Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Piatt have PHONE 6z9
words as "Love, "Powers, returned positive guarantee of absolute satisfaction
4 The photographs of the room in "Goodness," "Hope," etc. In the lightof from a week's visit to Orlando. 106 Court Street ". **

't' which the Niagara peace conferences this and other evidences, we shall .y

Y are being held bear a remarkable resemblance expect to see all the Orlando editors well to have a "Newspaper Bible ORLANDO, FLORIDA I

to the death room at Sing and newspaper men attending Sabbath Study Class" with C. E. Howard, of 42llmHililllMMMMMIMUHJ $30.00 Suits now $20.75

Sing. Let us cherish the belief that School during July. It might be i The Citizen, as teacher. '
the mediators will not execute our $25.00 Suits now 17.75
hopes in this room.
.MimMMiiliMMiMMIilMlliilliMtlMIIIIIMIMIinillMIMMHIIiilllMMi
f o 14.75
$20.00 Suits now
Fort Myers has a singing teacher.It Ve are special agents and .
has been time since heardof Drink Benscot Lithia Water
some we deliver it in any quantity : $18.00 Suits now 12.75

a singing teacher. There are num- to all parts of the city. This mineral water is obtained direct from the springs in .
erous instructors of voice, but the old
time singing teacher with his tuning I Austell, Ga. $1.50 for 5 gallons; 40C half gallon cents at our fount. : $16.50 Suits now 11.75

fork has about passed out of the

r realms of things that o be. { MCELROY'S. PHARMACY sIMMMMIMMIMMMIMMMMtMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMIMMMMMMIMf DRUGS YEARS 25 Suits formerly $18.0010 $25.00 10.00


In a suit being tried in Tampa it
Boys ClothingOur
develops that there has been a split in

the negro Baptist church of Florida
1111111111 HtMMIMMIMIIIimillllllllimiMIIIMMMMIMMMII IIIIIIIII Boys Clothing consists of the Celebrated
and that one faction has organized as

the "Progressive Baptist" church. The : and well-know "Right Posture Brand" and are
,colored brothers must have been read- I
ing editorials from the Pensacola also sold under a guarantee by the maker to
.
Journal. .. give absolute satisfaction at prices quoted

i o .
Congressman Hardwick canvassingfor ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES II below:

senator said in a speech that his
long experience in congress had given Commencement Day-an important event in thelives : $10.00 Suits now. $6.75
of young people should receive some fitting mark :
him
for
superior
qualifications sena-
commemorate the : $ 9.00 Suits now $6.00
torial service. The printer made it of appreciation and encouragement to .

::4 sensational service, and now Mr. occasion. What could be more fitting than a. gi t of $ 8.00 Suits now. $5.50

Hardwick s bearing the butt of an Jewelry? $ 7.00 Suits now 4.75
unintentional joke.
DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
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The Lakeland Telegram printed an direct the attention .f relatives and friends to

editorial on the subject of trading at the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

home that will be read with effect. store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-
t The OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
newspapers preach that doctrine est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia-

constantly, and practice it more con- mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val Is a great help to our out-of-town customers -
sistently than any other line of busi- and assortment. of it whenever
ues ; make use you can. Sam-
ness. Merchants and other, businessmen A visit to our.store will be appreciated and involves ples or information cheerfully given. We pre-
take too little heed of the work
( no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. pay all charges.
done by the newspaper to build up
Write for one of our illustrated mail order
their lines and seldom
to consider
stop
catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
the obligation when the out of

town printing solicitor or itinerant

< advertising man appears.
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pon Senator Springs Bryan Leader challenges to cite the any Tar sec

tion of the primary law that curtails DICKSON'K O IYESC[ O.

the liberty of the newspapers, and the

Leader blandly cites a section from
the Jeweler
the corrupt practices act. Much oi

the censure of the primary law has [ STORE

grown from strictures in the other DEPARTMENTAL

act with which the primary law has OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE !
Shopping
placed
been confused. One is supposed to

supplement the other, but the primary
law was drawn by Senator EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

Bryan and the other was Governoi

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I lj THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA. SI. Grilllli :.i --- -- a I IJ 9I ..

\:I Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
v Instructive *
1 Marshall Delivers
I I Admission 5 cents I 0 0LI
Address to Students at

mother Mrs. in Lee Ocala.Miller is visiting her !dllDODallDCDallDaDallDaDallDacTODA Y'S PROGRAM-4 REELS University of Maine "bet e t I II) I t) llen's"||

BUYS AND SELLS Orono, Me., June 10.-Vice-Presi-
Mr. W. A. Dade is making a busi- Eclair. Two reel feature. "The dent Marshall delivered the principal

+ ness visit to Ocala. REAL ESTATE Highwayman's Shoes." This is a address here today at the University .. I ...
strong drama in two parts.
Mr. W. P. Blakeley, postmaster at Joker. Comedy. Mike and his dum- of Maine commencement exercises. He

Ocoee, was in town yesterday.Mr. my bandits hold up the stage and dwelt upon the need of education for

C. B. Murphy was up from capture the beautiful heroine. Mike the young man taking up the businessof LI That GiftYou
south of Winter and Jake as heroes. said in
Lakeland yesterday on business. 600 acres "The Smallpox Scare at Gulch Hol- life. The vice-president

Miss Julia Mahoney left last night Garden and west of ow." Doc receives news of the big part:
short pidemic and it was no dream either. "Slight knowledge will not enable
for New York city to take a have no trouble in selectingthat
Gotha, including 10 acre Don't forget this is the day the the young man to assume the management -

vacation. orange grove. The en- adies receive their presents at theFavorite of life's affairs. In the irrepressible Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brady and child theater. I
conflict between labor and
leave today for Rhinehart, Mo., to tire tract covered with Present at our store.
capital he can not assume that either

spend the summer. yellow pine timber. Two BISHOP RUijRNS TO SPOT S T Of property> or labor is everything with- We have a complete line .of
City Marshal Floyd Tison, of Kis-
miles of lake shore. out tending to establish a peon classin
simmee, spent a part of yesterday in Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or
the city on business.Mr. 423imHIMIMHIIimiillIMM BIRTH AFTER[ 80 YEARS America or an oligarchy of wealth. n D
Complete knowledge may convince plated) and the newest ideas in
Frank Holland has returned him that it will be better for the republic -

4 _from____ Gainesville____n_ __ _, where he has been Unusual Is the Experience of Bishop to be controlled by neither of cut glass.A .

attending the State university.It in Confirming Class at these classes. will
Mrs. Lucretia Johnson mother of Gray look before you buy
takes thirty-five tons of ice a "In 1859 we had a republic where

day to keep Orlando cool Howl Mrs. W. S. Branch, who has been at Lambertville I labor was satisfied, where respect for pay you.Allen.

would you like to be the ice man? the Florida sanitarium for a coupleof religion and reverence for law and

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Harris and weeks, is reported to be improving Bishop William Crane Gray, late of order and a sincere attachment to the

three childrenjeft yesterday for Bir- daily and hopes to be at home again the diocese of southern Florida, now constitution were strong. In that

mingham to make their future home. before many days. filling the high office of bishop of year the proportion of the annual & Co. ,

Mrs. L. H. Lawrence, who under- Miss Lucy Lee Walton and Mr. New Jersey, had a remarkable experience wealth created in the country by the

went an operation at McEwan's sani- Ousley Walton leave today for Ken last week and one which has joint efforts of labor and capital was JewelersPrompt

tarium Tuesday, is getting along very :tucky, stopping en route to visit rela rarely come to any man. one-fourth to labor and threefourthsto
tives at Atlanta. Miss Walton is He was born in Lambertville, N. J., capital. Sixty years later, the proportion -

nicely. quite popular here and will be greatly nearly eighty years ago. He grew had changed to less than one- Repairing.

Mr. Frank Soper accompanied his missed until her return in the fall. I to; manhood, came south, served twen- fifth to labor and more than four- Guaranteed.
mother, Mrs. B. F. Soper, to Bartow :. Everything
that they never ty-odd years as bishop of southern fifths to capital. This disproportion,
Everybody
been visiting her agrees
She has
yesterday. dusty and uncomfortable Florida, and resigning last year, was to my mind, has much to do with our
week. saw Orange avenue as :
son here for the past as it has been for the called to the New Jersey bishopric.Last present discontent

Mrs. A. L. Taveau, of Altamonte last week while the storm sewers week he confirmed a large classin "The doctrine of state's rights is
Springs has gone to Baltimore for the Lambertville Episcopal church,
-
in
have been in the process of building. now seldom heralded save opposition
the summer, Mr. Taveau accompanying But the beginning of the end is insight and the strange part of it is the to needed reforms. I must subscribe -

her part of the journey.Mrs. church is built upon the very lot to the doctrine but I realize

Elsie Seefter, who has been Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr is busily where, nearly eighty years before, that subjects which formerly were lb. XEIOlt .dJ

doing manicuring here all winter, left Bishop Gray first saw the light. purely of state cognizance have become -
in caring for
engaged orange groves, --- -
yesterday for Jacksonville to take the The bishop writes that the emo- of common interest between the -- .
and claims that he already knows a II"IIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.Never
boat for her home in New York city. tions he experienced were strange and states and that the doctrine of state's
white fly from a black spider, and his
"Doc" B. C. Abernethy was being begins to remind one of very gratifying, that after the absence rights must be supplemented by the
complexion
4 greeted by his many friends yester- Longfellow's "Barefoot Boy" with his of so many years, he had been docrine of state's duties. Juii8iti AzeTable

day, it being his first appearance "cheek of tan." spared to return as bishop and offi- "To control our corporations, it becomes -

after a rather trying speU of illness. ciate in confirmation upon the very a state's duty to place in office

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wygant and Miss Katie Daugherty was marriedon Edward spot of his birth. Bishop Gray was vigorous and honest officials who will Morton's Salt
Mr.
to
evening
Saturday greatly beloved in Florida and this hail offenders into court and vindicate -
child returned to Tampa yestsrte/, tendered farewell moist salt\ shaker ;
Smith. They were a gets or cloggs your
will be read with
pleasure.
week with Mrs. \Vy- experience the honor of their state laws instead -
after a spent Tuesday evening at
gant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. the home supper of on Mrs. John Trott, and of elevating into office men who Pure Horse RadishGood
LAKE CONWAY A POPULAR RE- will quietly sit by and wait for the
Myers.Dr. left yesterday for Mason City, Neb.,
SORT FOR PICNICKERSLake general government to devise some for an appetizer during the hot weather.
left yesterdayfor
McEwan
J. S. to make their future home.
to the evil and to -
plan prevent punish
Chicago, where he will attend the wives and
of
exodus '
The summer Conway is a popular resort the wrongdoer. To conserve our ParowaxFor
also he is going to
Murphy clinics; and
mothers has begun in earnest these beautiful moonlight nights for natural resources, it becomes a state's
Rochester, Minn., to attend the Mayo husbandsand fruit Laun-
many lonesome appearing picnic parties, as also for some longer duty to adopt a system for the wise sealing jelly tumblers or jars.

clinics.. children may be seen on Orange camping expeditions, Mr. Dow's place and economic use of the resources dry use also.

Archie Lott, the faithful newsy who avenue every day. On the other hand, there, with that owned by Drs. Mc- and the prevention of private controlby
delivers the Jacksonville and Tampa there are some husbands that do not .
Ewan, Edwards and Estes, and Beegiwooche greedy speculators."If
papers, is ill with fever. His many look so blamed lonesome as they
each having full quota of state's rights are to be pre- .
friends along his routes hope that he might. I delightful guests who enjoy.the lake served, the young men of tomorrow THE SANITARY GROCERY
-
will soon recover. breezes and the moonlight views. must take up this cry of state's duties -

Miss Evelyn Haines, of Daytona, MOONLIGHT PICNIC AT CAMP The doctor's camp and Bee-gi-woo- ; otherwise, our pleasing vision of CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

who has been visiting Mrs. 0. S. Rob- BEE-GI-WOO-CHE che were both very festive last evena Uncle Sam as a patriarchal gentleman -

inson for the past two weeks, left ?, merry party assisting Dr. and with a beneficent smile on his 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
for North Carolina to join The members of Orlando's "Polly-
yesterday Mrs. Edwards over a watermelon repast face toward American manhood striving -

her mother, Mrs. Wm. Roxby. anna club" could easily enjoy playingthe while the "Pollyanna's" had pos- for success, will change to that of

Miss lona Speer, of West Church "glad game" yesterday afternoonand session at the other club house. a quack doctor placarded, 'When others CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
afternoon for evening, when they went in two '
street, left yesterday fail, consult me.
Kissimmee to visit one of her cousins. large autos for a delightful picnic MRS. WATSON WAS GIVEN A "The old order of education has I FUNERAL DESIGNS

She expects to be pleasantly entertained supper at the pleasant Beegiwooche SURPRISE PARTY changed. It furnished a philosophyand MIMIIHIiMtlitttilHtimiailMRESTFUL

1 for the next few days in that camp on Lake Canway.The taught men that happiness was p4-I-S Itt KHI o ttto

appetizing sandwiches, salads, i Mrs. W. P. Watson has many warm not in his material surroundings, in =-
city.Mr. cake other good The Sentinel is the newsiest and
and
olives
Guy Empie returned yesterdayfrom pickles, friends here, and some of these con- position or power, but in his own purposes TRAVEL I
formed but a part of the en- lest printed daily in Central Florida,
Hastings, where he has been in things spired to give her a delightful little and conduct. The humanities be
charge of the Western Union telegraph -I. joyable outing, completed by the evening card party Tuesday to cele- have been forgotten in the rush for Travel to be this enjoyable of must the year Sentinel want advertising serves
and at season
homeward ride in the moonlightThose restful, the seeker and the offerer equally.T. .
office during the potato sea- brate her birthday. All gathered at the successes. Our institutions of whether your trip takes you East or;

son. Mr. Empie' is now back at the i attending were Mrs. Thayer, her son's cottage and went togetheras higher learning may not be expected West break its monotony, either at
local office. Mrs. Geo. Newell, Mrs. Beardall, Miss a surprise, happily marking the to furnish a philosophic view of life Cleveland or Buffalo, by a refreshingnight's S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
Mollie Ray,Mrs. Beeman, Mrs. Fuller, trip across Lake Erie on a 2, Orlando. 35tfdillllllllMMIIIMMIIII
Mrs. G. W. Arnold, who has been anniversary.After but they can be expected to instill veritable floating hotel with every
Whitman.
and Mrs.
spending the winter at her home on Mrs. Warlow some interesting games oi into the minds of young men-intel- convenience for comfort and enjoyment
,
East Anderson street, left yesterdayfor "five hundred" the guests served deli- lectual courage. I am visionary C. & B. Line steamers leave *
CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand cious cake and ice the evening enough to believe that intellectual either city every evening and arrive
New York city for the summer. cream .
J. M. Caruthers.
roses. early the next morning.The I i
Mr. Arnold will remain here for the 6-8-3t being much enjoyed by each one present courage combined with honesty will fame of the great ship Shoe Repairing !

months. solve whatever social and economic "Seeandbee," which was added to this

summer Up to date painting, papering, etc., problems may arise. May this insti- splendid fleet last season, is attract of by PARCEL POSTMen' ; !
is the kind want. Where to getit ing to the route a vast number :
you Eat what want tution send no man into the world to
you
what wantEat lake
Eat you ? That's phone 636. W. T. travelers to enjoy the delightful
easy
all you want. 1.20-tf Eat all you wantTake be a leader in thought who is too cow- and, at the same time, inspecther
Entrican. trip Half Soles, 7sc to 85eladles' -
Take a postscript and forget it. I a postscript and forget itFor ardly to fight error and_ too timid to magnificent interior decorations, '
For sale by all durggists. I sale by all druggists. wonderful illuminating system and Half Soles, 60c to 75c ,
;\.. l-7-d&w-lyr Try the Sentinel Job Department. M-d&w-lyr embrace truth"PROF. other interesting features. The "See Children's' Half Soles, SOc to 7c \ \

-- andbee" is the largest and most cost Hand Turned Soles, $Loo >
"
llllllllllllllllllili CASSELS TO LOCATE IN ly passenger steamer on inland wa Heels Repaired 2jc
.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III ters of the world; length 500 feet,
11111111111111111111 BRICK CITY
MMIMM All work returned in hours.
breadth 98 feet 6 inches, 510 state 24
accommodating Orders without remittance returned -
and parlors
Patrons of the Gainesville graded rooms 1,500 passengers, equalling in sleeping C. O. D, We pay

ftCRNTODAY and high school will regret very mud capacity the largest hotels of the return postage.

a to learn that Prof. W. H. Cassels, country, and she can carry 6,000 people
the population of a good sized
who for a number of years has been town. A. Hanson

: principal of the school, has decided to The fares for this lake trip are less I?East Pine Street *

leave Gainesville, and will locate in, than by rail, and also any railroad .
and ORLANDO FLORIDA
Cleveland
between
Ocala, where he will succeed Prof tickets reading
Buffalo are accepted for transportation tllCIIMMMMIIII .. i..
J. H. Workman as principal of the C. & B. Line steamers.

"Ashes ol the Past I," "In Another's Nest," Marion county high school Proi. on

Cassels is unquestionably one of for IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I If your paper is not delivered

a two reel Reliance feature. a one reel American. ida's foremost educators, and the loca promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

schools have made steady advancement -
ii JUST OPNWI[ .
under his administration.-
"Flurry in Hats, "The Changeling, Gainesville Sun. I WOOD COAL AND ICE ,
Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
POPE'SLUNCH
a one reel Beauty a one reel Thanhouser. : Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf .
"THE MASTER MIND" AT THE


: That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away Jesse L. Laskey GRAND presents the bril ::1. COUNTER : Sentinel want ads. are money get- a*

; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. liant dramatic success, "The Maste :' : SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS :: ters. Try them. I

Mind," with Edmund Breese, the original : 1I

| First Floor 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents star in the role he created. There f
are 212 vivid scenes in five parts. TRY OUR ::

Children 5 Cents SODA FOUNTAIN : OSTEOPATHY ;
FOR RENT Store N. E. Come]
Church and Court streets. Applyat : : I II
DAY AND NIGHT
123 Court street, up stairs. OPEN DR. J. C .HOWELL
admitted free
; ; Children under twelve to matinee if accompanied 6-7-lwk

: by adult purchasing first floor ticket.i POPE & BUTT PROPS : :: Hours, 1012, 3-5, and by appointment
j ; for home treatment
No extra charge
Phone 444 Auto Livery. 4-25-t
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: BISIIOP ij MANN DELIVERED[ SERMON TWO ANENOMETERS RECORD' TAMPA WILL WINDS superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we.

I $3.00 I are all right, then why not put us to the test.
,
AT TAU.AIIASSEE S[[ The local Government Weather Bu-

Ireau office will install an anenorae-

J Commencement Exercises of the |ter on Seddon Island, which will be FROMORLANDO This WayYour

;- I observed: in connection with the one
Florida State College For Wo
on the Federal building. The instruments -
? men Have Been Concluded I
are for the measuring o! the doctor gives you a prescription-.He did it after carefully diagnosing your .
velocity and movements of the wind.
} Tallahassee, June 10.-The commencement The purpose of maintaining recordsfor TOJACKSONVILLE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties. ,
exercises of the Florida
: I State College for Women opened Sun- comparison is to determine wheth- AND RE- YES; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

'-. day, when the baccalaureate sermon ere there exists any appreciable difference TURN saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
in the wind movements at the
1 was delivered by Bishop Cameron
Mann. Weather Bureau station and on the Thursday, June 18th
i island, where there exists no possibility -
j The Senior Class Day exercises, on of influence by the buildings of ATLANTIC COAST LINE NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT
Monday afternoon_ on the college
''j- attended the city. Tickets good on All Regular
campus, were by a large I
Forecaster W. J. Bennett wil depart .
i crowd of college folks, citizens of the soon for Washington, where he Trains. Final Limit June 21st. But we know this; ,if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugs
=u city and out-of-town folks, a goodly) i
f number of whom were mothers and will spend two weeks in the central proportionate low rates from of high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
office of the Weather Bureau other points.
studying -
'1 fathers who had come from their your doctor wrote it.Don't.
methods which prevail there. He For further information call
4 homes in various parts of the state to
will be accompanied by Mrs. Bennettand ,
{ lend encouragement to their daugh on or write to

t ters, and to show their appreciation their sons. Before returning to 1V R. O'Neal, C. T. A.,
Tampa they will spend a two weeks' !
of their earnest efforts during their I W.D.WHITED.T.A.ORLANDO Forget
vacation in the mountains of North
i college course. Carolina.
There were thirty-three seniors
Local Observer David Fisher will Y. R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger
: who led the procession and presented
J; a pleasing picture as they marched at be in charge of the office here during Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may

'j the head of the column from the administration the absence of Mr. Bennett Passenger Agent be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo
Tribune.
building singing one of ampa TAMPAPEOPLE'S ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
1 their college songs appropriately corn Rose, which grows so luxuriantly
t composed for the occasion. The van about Tallahassee, is the emblematic --- -- -- -- -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

.;; guard of the procession carried the flower of the class of '14 and figure: WANTSMUNNIMAKERS these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

1' Senior banner representing the in the history. People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
; '
classes of 14 and 15. This bannerhad Then came the ceremonies attending

i been presented to the sub-fresh upon the planting of the class

i men of this year, who will be the flower, the Cherokee.. A sturdy Notice of Lost Wanted. For Sale For
:{ Rent, etc, for this column Z5c for one day,
; Freshmen of next year; upon condition plant had been procured from some of SOc for three days 'or LOO for'one week for
? that the latter class adopt the the many Cherokee hedges about Tal 25 words or less. Money mast accompany
the advertisements for this column, as no
motto, colors, etc., of the class of '14, lahassee, which was borne by the class insertions will be made on credit DeLaney & Abernethy
i. with the view of perpetuating in tlie members in the procession. whi1ethey

?- college the things and principles for sang an appropriate song, "Thi FOR SALE

} which the class of '14 stand. Cherokee Rose," composed especiallyfor ) Nursery stock, one, two, three and Next Door lOc Store. Orlando
;1 The terraced lawn in front of the occasion, and was planted at four year old buds; Foster Early, Florida.
:r Erytn Hall formed natural to I Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
a stage, the corner of Bryan Hall, here t ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle
which the seniors and members of the grow and climb up its walls, and i in Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf* ---
sister classes.marched, the Seniors the opening of the spring to shown w I4r
taking their positions upon the lain forth its snow white blossoms We insure your life and loan you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING
a s4 FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster real
; rare money on estate at 6 per cent
front of the audience. The college emblematic of our chaste womanhoodand bargain; recently completely overhauled interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., AND DO ALL KINDS OF -

widow, Miss Dusenbery, who had as, particularly, represented b;y and made good as new in every Curry, Building., Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRING there Look is through not some your stationery desk and of which see if

been adopted by the Minerva Club, attracted the membership of the Class of '14, of j part; must; guaranteed be sold at first once class, even condition at- 3-25-d&wtf you are in need. If there is, phoneus

attention as the member of the the Florida State College for Women i sacrifice. Come, or address, White Dean E. Ponder at 24 and we will call, get your
procession, as she wore a crepe paper When the plant was placed and the Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. fectant, Manti Tonic., Oxogene Office Disin-22 order and do the work promptly and
room at the lowest price consistent with
dress of the beautiful class colors earth filled in around it, honor was 4-23-tf Empire building. 5-27-lm G a high grade work. It will receive our
_; and waving a Flastacowo pennant. | ]paid to this flower of' purity as the FOR SALE-Model T runabout Ford best attention. Sentinel, Court street.
Miss Dusenbery is a member of the class members marched around it, car, in first class condition, fully Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
faculty of the Leon County GrammarSchool. singing their beautiful equipped and good casings all around. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
song composed 5-19tf.
For quick sale will take $350. C. B. ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
; in its name. DR. L H. RAMSDEU
Lindsay, P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, 519tf.
When the Seniors had taken their The class prophecy was delivers Fla., Phone 321. 6.7-lwk. Buy your garden seed from DeLaney OPTOMETRIST
positions, the exercises wm opened II by Miss Iva Marjorie Leach, which & Abernethy. Just received'a
WANTED-Position housekeeper big (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likins Rubber Stamps made to order at
ty the address of welcome by the was full of interesting wit. as shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf )
12-5-tf.
where child can be kept with me. Warman's Repair Shop.
President of the class, Miss Inga OIMiss Louise Clark in I .
behalf of the Pleasant surroundings more important It will ORLANDO, FLORIDA .
to let
pay you us do
la Helseth, who said: graduating class, brought forth a than salary. Address J. C., care some bicycle fixed ina
of If want your
; your printing. We do it you
"Friends we welcome you to our handsome sterling silver loving cup, Sentinel. 5-27-2w Subscribe right. Put money in thy purse by adver hurry take it to Waman's Repair
for
the Sentinel.
I I.
# class day. Before we part as classmates which is to be held in trust by the tising in the Sentinel. Shop. 12-5-tf. '
ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE-Two
it is a pleasure to to live First National
us Bank of Tallahassee,
miles from Orlando. Part of the
over together the joys that have been and presented to the first daughter old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. Mark UU 1111111111111 :ct. \\\J ,\f\\\\\U' 4M+I-- I Ilia 0 H m-m
ours through the years past in the born td a member of the class. White, Ocoee, Fla. 6-6d&wlmo. 110 It t 1I1IO+ 41iT's .... > ---- ---
halls of our alma mater. Perhaps, There was no part of the program AN EXPERT automobile mechanic- -, .

even the recalling of the trials may that brought forth more applause and driver or salesman, 10 years experience TIME[ TO [ HOUSE
TAKE UP TNf
have now a humorous or a tender significance laughter than the reading of the class desires position. Familiar with
g for us. In behalf of the wilt by Miss Grace all types of motors. Address R. G. B.,
Godley. Miss God-
Route 2, Box 49, Orlando.
'
class of 14 I speak welcome."
you ley graduates this year from the


ladies made expresses"Cute by of,"the better the the"prophecy"Senior than amused any Kindergarten of other impression the young word, School'her and manner remarkable her of part in Expression which on talents the she program by of delivered the the splendid showed college this: 1 LOST-Brown LOST-Somewhere 142 Ocoee, Winter and Park Orlando.coat, Fla.between on road Reward.the between 6-6-tf court Box f FURNISHING R I QUESTION( IN R REAL( l



Class, which showed the ingenious portion of the afternoon's entertainment house and Oscar Hand & Son's fur- ,
-
winds of the niture store, or between the latter
young ladies who arranged place and Cooper & Atha's real estate
this part of the program. The "Class Grumbler" was well represented office, an abstract of title in book EA.E 1 T EST'Our :

z These young ladies were Misses Alberta by Miss Ruth Otwell, who form enclosed in large square envel
C. Arnold ope. Mailed from Bartow, Fla., to
Brodnax, Emma ,Othilde Clare Helseth Lockwood Esther give some excellent advice for the John R. Basinger, Auburndale, Fla. stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
guidance of
students
and others of Finder
please leave at Cooper &
Wood Ley and Mabel Maxwell.: the future. Atha's office on Church street and delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

And as they were seated together' in A wise choice was shown in the se- receive reward. 6-7-3t pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

a circle on the lawn, little fairies apaction) of Dr. N. M. Salley, Dean of i in sense of the word..MMIIIiliMIIMIMMMHH
I peared and showed the future accomplishments of the Normal Department as "Sage"in FOR RENT every .

s of individual members of the ..
conversation between the MM.MHMiMmMimilHHMCHARGE
FOR RENT-Two
office
this class spaces in
the "kiddies" of the college Sage and the daughters of the class.; our store at No. 9 W. Church street
kindergarten appearing as fairies. Each member of the class individually i Come in and we will show you. Pierce ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
Miss Ollie Henderson, president of in Electric Co. 3-29-tf
came for her share of counsel from '
the graduating class of the Normai this "wise man" in the conversation. TO RENT-Some desirable to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj joining -

school The,Senior presented Class the class song gifts.brought 4-26-tf ern houses. Daetwyler very phone mod-563..;: clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this


fourth much applause.As .' FOR RENT-Six room house, in first I J feature to you
an encore following the heartyapplause liI class condition. No. 210 N. Orangeavenue.
the class sang: Apply G. A. Baas, at Or 11 'I'I.IOIOI'lllllllllle'tQIIQtt1teOI.I.cle'I.I.I.,111 ,.

"Dean Dodd, Dean Dodd, Forjiale lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf ..

He's the man that's important; I FOR RENT-To desirable tenant, 7
He's clever ever, and wears whit room bungalow, corner East Pine
and green; Modern 8-room : and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad-

There never was another just like shaw. 6-10-lw KincaidFurniture l Snowden
House
I him, 2 doorswest : ; MISCELLANEOUSBIG

And none will ever be seen of
Wyoming : :
Like this handy, dandy, candman STRONG SWEET POTATO
of '11.R Hotel. Bar PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall of Character
R Dr. Dodd is dean of the college and variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's I
is much appreciated and Itved by the gain. Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece,
or $5.500 100. Now is
per a good
student body, and the singing of the time to set either. The Bear's Head at Popular Prices.
.. ......
above encore brought forth additionalstrong Farm, Pine Castle, Fla.
r applause, especially from the A. L Bentley 6-4-d6t-wlt

students in the audience. NANCY---HALL-- and Porto Rico sweet I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida |

The class history was delivered by 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEHIIMMMM8Hf8MMIN I potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. ,

Miss Isabel Grasty. The Cherokee I Quick Co., Apopka delivery., Fla.Cash. Apopka 5-24-tf Plant f+4II !!! !!! !! . . ...... .
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GLIMPSES OF GROWTH I
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The board of trade at Lakeland has 'BIG BARGAIN INORANGE 1 KMMIHM "nteinilMIMntnilliniHHH

taken hold of the matter of the elec- JA T rr' )

tric light and water plant of that GROVE

city. A large and enthusiastic meet- 1., il l THE MARKET
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ing of the members was held at the 1

rooms of the board a night or two -

ago to consider the matter of either I 1 q r I Ii U Of Cleanliness Of
nlarging the plants and renderinghem I 4 IaJ, gMtl'n Jl hlllliu4.ww: Ten acres on beautiful lake QualityFRESH

more efficient or selling themto { two and one half miles from the AND SALT MEATS

a private which latter
company
court house
in the fastest
project has been somewhat discussed ; growing FISH AND GAME

recently. The meeting was strongly I section of Orange County,
_
1 in favor of the city retaining the ; Seven hundred orange and grape Kept, under the best sanitary conditions.

ownership and continuing to operate
he plants and passed strong resolu- fruit trees. Five hundred in Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

tions favoring the enlarging the .t I Low Round Trip Rates full bearing. This grove is a and pure.

plant and issuing bond of the :
city FROM JACKSONVILLESt. big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and
guarantee satisfaction. We have
to meet the expense in the sum of
$37.73 CLic.,. $43 JO Ciaeiuiti 33.00 getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
$95,000 certain .
provided rates for Dtarer 51.50 St. Pail 56.7S l..i"iII. 31.50.
Clil'raft Sense SUI Ddrth Ul .
water and lights were granted.The StkLahCty, 71.CO Wiaupeg 71.75 Eras KsoiTill rillt. 21.40 32.25 Present crop on trees indicate
YeOmtou _
78.11 Toronto 41.10 hdUupor.1 3630
PtrtluJ 108.00 Mntrul 55.45 French Lick 35.20 two thousand boxes. Price
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Baybore company at St. Petersburg Seattle 106.00 Petoskey 51.58 Toledo 41.10 only The PARLOR MARKET
losAifeletStsFriicitct. 89.51 Mackiau 53.00 Detroit. .
was to have commenced on I 89.50 Bufftb . 47.40 Cbatlllqu 43.50 4740 $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
yesterday the work of Glacier Park 82.75 Niagara Falls 47.40 Huaotk Can 30.90
constructing terms.
I Law rates to other points in Colorado,California Canada,Minnesota H. M. !
fifteen hundred feet of sea wall a t ,Michigan,the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally Self & Co.
the suburb above named, two crews low rates from other points in the State.
I Ticket on sale daily,unUl September 30. Return limit Oct. 31. I
.
&
PINE
being Cooper Atha
employed, so as to push the VARIABLE ROUTE : STREET
TO DENVER SALT
Tork; day and night The fifteen '
i "ii LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.
/ hundred feet of sea wall will be builton I Going through St.Louis,returning through Chicago, 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor Phone No. 80 j
the south side of the channel lead or rice versa. Liberal stopovers on all tickets.

ing into the basin starting at the termination TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311 4 .' "IIIII 1 'I I'I II
II through train daily;choice of three different
of the
wall on the bay sideend routes.

extending due east into the baThe y. ____. ______ I
Three
:; daily trains to the southwest through New .
erection of the wall is one of the i I Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. ] MMMIIMmMllltiillillllilHIIIIMMi. ''MIMMMMtltttittlittttlMmi
I al Rock ballast No dust. No dirt. For handsome illus I
preliminaries to the commencementof i trated booklets of summer tourist resorts, rates sleep
iDs car reservations and other information,address I
the work of improvement by the !

United States government. It is expected WI!? ( H. C. BRETNEY,
that as soon as the building I 'i III, Florida PaiMnier Arm,
''I 4 134 W.lVl.
if the wall is completed a large ( ,+ 1 I IACLSOIiYn West say Street lJ .,FLA SLEMON
dredge will be placed at work on the


channel

Spring bayou at Tarpon Springs is New
Fare 322 Goods
I be deepened and greatly improyed.work 1 Arriving Daily

is to be commenced imme- \\\fJ DAILY BETWEEN .

ely and it is expected to be finished BUFFALO

within the present month. This :' 1LEVELAND, -
will be one of the greatest improvements -

of the year in the vicinity of I
this growing and enterprising town.
It is proposed to remove the sandbars We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

that have not only obstructed the made by Schloss Bros. of
Baltimore.
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
navigation of the bayou but
have
1+e6tb 500 feet;brwdth 93 feet,6 1 cL,. 519 Itatn'oomllDd
.
; Suits
parlorf
"Lord
also marred its appearance. Owingto inland. Crater waters of in the cart larger in all Pro .-ncher in all STTninrmmU-.odatiDJl300-thin any attuner paurapra. va Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
world.; la aemce June 15th.
city the is enabled fortunate to get circumstances the work done the Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods: from H. B. Claflin & Co.
Daily-BUFFALO
at the bare cost of moving the UareBaOilo 900P.M.and CLEVELAND Leave Oerelaod-.MaT. into 900P.M.Dec itj &.Ce. Best place in the city to trade.

dredge, which it is thought will not Aim Cleveland 740A.M. Arrive BI11faIo !:3011.He
(Euten Stndr4 Time)
exceed three hundred dollars. Cseneedonista.i50i er.t3..Ly.ToledoDetroitudaUpoetaWeaud5eutbwe.t.Rsilro.d
Ask ttakeli iWiig! Utweea B.fal..d OeeU are coed for Inuuporteiioa.. ...> tteAinen..
Jour tickets 'fee tickets via C.A:B.Lme. TnM a*for budnnw ffloitnted booklet
free.
The actual work in the construction ,THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland
O.
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of the waterworks and sewerage 1. SLEMONS

system of Wauchula was commenced ,
on Wednesday of last week. A large '
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for laying the pipes. The sewer pipes To the West and NorthwestVIA
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modern water and sewerage system T Orlando A C L.litlam 3:Fl7er.1 v Orlando ........................ 3:11
' adequate to her needs. r Jacksonville A. C. L... :45am '7: rJacksonville_ ..................... 740pmT pm Our New Line of Gas RangesWill
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r Moon 0. S. A F....... 5Upm 4:11am r Macon. G. S. A; F. ..............
The people and authorities of Pal- r Atlanta, a of Ca....... 1:03 pm '1:25aM r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. S:4am 7V2a be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them, ,
r Chattanooga W. 4 A..12:11 11:55am r Knoxville, L A N. .............JZU pm consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our floor, and will sell
metto are making preparations for r Nashville N. C. A St. L r Corbin. L A N. ................ Slpm
commencement of work on the build- 4:50 am 4 SO pm r Louisville L A N. .............. 8:00pm them at the following reductions during June:
ing for their new ,Carnegie 'Ar S!. Louis, L C. I; L. 4 N. Z:50 pm 'I:20 am r Indianapolis **a. L ............ 1:60 am Old Price Will Sell For

The plans for the building have library.been ,Ar HopkinsviUe, L, I; N........... I:%7 pm Ar Ar Lexington.Cincinnati L L A A: N.N.......................... I 8::50 Opm pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . ._.$#0.00 $30.00
AT
prepared and forwarded to Mr. Car-Ar Terre Evansville L A N..... ':28 am 8:25 pm r Kalamazoo G. R. A L ..........1:0 pm 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range . . . . 40.00 30.00

i-epie's agent and have been approved Ar Chicago Haute C. A C.E.A L.E...L... .1:10: lpm pm 1 6:01:50 am am r r Grand Cleveland Rapids Big G.Four R..A...L................ 2:45pm 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50

and the $10,000 donated for the build- 7:15am 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges . . . . 20.00 17.50

ing will soon be available. Assur- Solid train DIXIE composed LIMITED of section drawing SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July
ances were demanded by the Carneg- oom sleeping ears, observation Solid train, composed of electric lighted
ie I an and dining ear, between Jacksonville cempartmnt and d awing-room Pullman sleeping ear and coaches 1st, when we will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
corporation and
readily given by Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between
Jacksonville
the mayor that the building will be ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and ana Cincinnati Indianapolis and

completed within the amount of the DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and;

donation and that 'no further funds artmeat.Solid train observation carrying simpers electric, lighted and eleeUfe com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between 1 Orlando Water & Light
Jacksonville Company
will be demanded from the tinted amnion inwing-toom sleepers. Pint- and Grand Rapids on Mondays
corpora-
lass sad ,.
tion. coaches and smoking car. Dining ear TharKa of each week. Dining ear
era meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. .. Gas Department

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i 4%' SAFE .. liGHT WEIGHT CHAMPThis

& 'SAVINGS DEPOSITBOXES"Are

Seems to Be the Impression

Among the Fans Who Know
State Bank ot Orlando the Game i

k Certificates Negotiable?" :: .
: ) : ;? ) ;;:
New York, June 10.-Ever since .
; They are. Our Certificates of De- Charlie White decorated Willie Ritch-

ie's countenance and battered his .
posit be transferred to other par- .
may framework, a lot of persons have ; ;: '\I 9 ''" Oft .,
'; ties by endorsement' without disturb- been each other that Willieis : -:1.J.: t. { 'l\ r,,l f ft\
assuring :. ...1. ,l ", n" ,"{n: ...i. f'll( [(): l'j.J ; .
interest "
ing the accumulated at any a fluke champion, and that the very :. : J" '" "'" 'oJ :
:
next time White the ._
time. into the ring he will gets snatch the champion laurel : ;< 4i'1l' l f !/<) :
The cent interest will be Sra WTO"Since
4 per from the Ritchie dome and take it \v t \ (
s ready for the rightful owner when pre- unto himself.All .

sented for payment at maturity. The of which causes us to remark I began turning a regular amount over to my

Certificate may be renewed with the just now that Ritchie-in condition- wife each month, I have never had the slightest worry
is the of lightweight in the
peer any '
interest added in, if preferred. over household affairs. She regulates expenses so she
; .I world, and that if he meets the rushing -
Chicago Hebrew once again he'll has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great 1

i win, and by a margin so wide there'llbe business head,"

no cause for doubt.
:
Ritchie, to his own great credit, has A THlliirCY: .I: YOiWIcan { 1 1ii
offered no alibis for the beating White .

_. gave him. But his trainers have come ii do wonders toward helping her husband get ahead

t along with a pair of them, and those : if she is given a chance to run her home on a business .
AIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.We who saw Ritchie in the White fracas .
i ; basis. ::
said he wasn't the same man that : '..
Will Put the Reinsof twice beat Wolgast and defeated -:.':.. Come in and start an account for Jour wife here; .:' .:..

Tommy Murphy and Leach Cross in ., we will give her the benefit of other women's exper ::

Success in Your such a whirlwind manner. : : iences. : ::
Ritchie's trainers claim that the :

champion entered the ring when he r'.. ..' .' .... Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve you." }...-,':., .......:,

r HandsHow was suffering from a raging fever .
:
and from intesetinal trouble that : fTi. 1;
witha left him in no condition to fight. But
? By furnishing
you instead of taking to his bed Ritchie
a I .. ., .
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : insisted upon going through with the '" -. .,..
I bout rather than disappoint the fans. .' -. ". ,.. .. ... .. :. .. ..-..... : ;
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call on you. He will give you a The second alibi is that Ritchie un : < :

formula that will make and mature derestimated punishment. Knowing White's ability that he couldn'1 to take ...0. ; > D- ; .

: '. : '. ., ,..... '. .. .
: fruit. go at top speed for ten rounds, thE -
your e
..rrF champion began rushing White at th ., . ....... r
tap of the gong in the first round. '-:' : )(..\: :-: .", :; ::;. ::;' ;. '.';: : :-. '; ::: :r.
hoping to beat him into unconsciousness -
by a fusillade of blows. But the

r rfill Ce Hebrew absorbed the beating and HIIMMIMMItlMMMMIIMIMIIIIMMHIMMMIMIIHHIIMIMIMMIIIIIillMM. . Illlllt HillMIIMMMMMM 1 .
T llm rn r then when Ritchie, because of waning HIIJtlMHtmiMIMIMMIIMM -, illIIII11IM[ It I 111'l1111 1
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I strength was forced to slow down,

: ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 'FLORIDAIIIMUmmmilllflMMIMMHIIIIHIIIMIMHU White had enough recuperative power ..11111..11111111111111.11.1111.11..1111..11.1..111111.,11. '. ,
to "come back" after the fourth

t and give the champion the worst beating -

) of his career. | !
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THE
> IIIIIIIMHMIIMMeiHIIMMHMMMMIMIIIIMICOW '. Ritchie forced the fighting in the THEATER)
early rounds of the White set-to-
he has done before.
.i" something never : :
PEAS But he forced it merely because he
figured that his condition was such I
: that even if he went along on the COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN !

defensive during the early part, he
would be too weak at the finish to do ttllllMMMHIMMMHtlMHIimtHIMIHIIHIIIHMHIHUMMMIXOJDJ -

much damage. He "doped" it that

N We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB White couldn't stand up under his Y ,
whirlwind attack in the early rounds. 1.
; HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name But he "doped" it wrong, because ill-

: ing quantity desired. Price sure right. ness had weakened his punching "The HOWZC Sisters," those nifty entertainers. Positively a

We carry constantly a full line of crate material of power.However, if Ritchie fights White the classiest sister act in the South.

all kinds. again it's a cinch that he'll be sure of .
perfect physical condition-and he'llbe a Vitagraph special in two parts, foaturing Clara !

j Ask for prices'on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers sure not to carry the fight to "L R USBAND" Kimball Young and Earle Williams. You know t

etc. Phones 181191.. White. Those who are terming who and what they are. You can't afford to miss it.Vhile &
Ritchie a heese champion" these

days should beear in mind before bet : "\' Wiley is Away," a Selig comedy. A real laugh.
3T. F. Dutton ting against the William that a punch

s delivered by Ritchie when he's an indisposed
SANFORD, FLORIDA person is one thing and one "The Race For a Mine," one of those exciting Kalem
delivered by him when he's in perfect
515tf.tttllllllllllllllllllllll..lllllllllllllllllllilit. fighting condition is something else dramas.

Y again.
There is no denying that White is "
Music by "That .Orchestra.
Special
a wonderful fighter. His most en

llttllimniiltlttttliilHIIIilMillMliimiMMMSee thusiastic supporters call him the

,:best But the lightweight unprejudiced battler fans in the who world.have CHILDREN 5c. :.: ADULTS lOc. J

Our seen both Ritchie and White at the r
; Specials For best say that the champion stands fai Friday-"THE MASTER MIND." One groat feature.

above the Chicago boy in real class. tOe 20c I
But this thing is certain White's .

Milwaukee showing demands that h
FRIDAY aid n STURBAY A get an early chance against Ritchion ..e I,ipilIlI,11141111111001IlllIttII4IIItHIOIIIIKIIIII I : MIMHHIt MIMMMMMtttttllMlltllMltttttMtttO . . '. ,. . .$.lHlltt1t. ; ....$.b
the coast or somewhere where decisions .. . . . ttttM . . HIM **. .11Fiiilf4HH#
are permitted. White and hi s
friends think he certainly will win.
And'that's the way Jack Munroe and OAKLAND NEWS NOTESMr. men.Rev. UNCLAIMED LETTERS

his friends once thought. Munroe, J. E. Willis left Tuesday of Steinbach commenced a seriesof
USSESHHLM&DUMAgents List of letters remaining in the
as many may remember, ambled ontoa last week for Canton, Ga., to visit his meetings on Wednesday eveningof postoffice at Orlando. Florida, for the
Western stage some years ago when daughter, Mrs. Frank Sadler. last week. The presiding elder was week ending June 6th, 1914. When
for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's Jeffries, in his prime, was offeringone Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Truskett, of prevented from coming on account of 1 calling for same please say "adver-
illness, so the quarterly conferencewas 1 tised."
hundred dollars or so to all gents Monteverde, were callers one day last
The W. R. O'NEAL, P. M.Men's .
postponed. meetings are
who could face him and keep on fac- week.
Patterns continued all this week. List-Anderson & Anderson;
ing him for four rounds. Munroe, an Mr. W. B. Hammond and family I being Bryant,
The Junor League met at the parkon Bennett, B.; Bigss, J. D.;
unknown miner, not only lingeredfour moved back to his Killarney home, Hector; Brown, V.; Daniel, Thomas;
'IMMIIIIIIIIMi . .. . . HIIHHIIIIIMHPINE rounds but gave Jeffries, then from the farm, last week. We regretMr. Thursday afternoon and sold ice Ellison, Joe A.; Elike. Jim; Gemile,
cream, candy and lemonade. They G. E. Haron, S. L.; Hunter, J. H.;
at the height of his career, just aboutas Hammond is in such poor health. ;
x took in over four dollars and felt well Harvey, Henry; Harvey H. W.; Hale,
beautiful a beating as White gave Mrs. F. F. Cross and daughter Charles D.;
CASTLE NEWS Work on Wilkes avenue was begun pleased with their sale. The league is E.; Hale. E. P.; Haines,
Ritchie. And then Munroe made the spent Sunday with Mrs. T. L. Minorat Johnson, W. M.; Jackson, Miller;
Thursday morning. This improve- doing nicely under the efficient lead- R. M.; Lingo,
mistake of his life. He challenged Crown Point. Johnson, W. H.; King
Pine Castle, Fla., June 10.-Mr. ment will make quite a showing when 'Jeff to a regular fight-and Jeff ac- Lillian .Briley came home for a ership of Miss Dewey Vick. E.; Murry, Leo; Montgomery Walter, G. H.E.;
John Sweet is visiting his brother finished. Another much needed clear- Mrs. Stevens, of St. Petersburg, a Moseley, James; Meyer, ;
commodated him. Jeff, in his exhibi-I short visit on Saturday. W. T. Rhyne, J.; Robinson.
Miller
;
C. J. Sweet, after a trip through the ing is the road through the penin tion scrap with :Munroe, underesti- Mrs. E. C. Vick and daughter, Sa- temperance lecturer of the state, oc- Ishman; Roberts, H. C.; Roberson, B.
northern part of the state. From sula. So many machines coming in mated his opponent in the Same way die, will leave for Seffner on Wednes- cupied the pulpit on Sunday morning J.; Stuman. J. M.; Smith, W. C.;
here he will return to his home at this way now that in the thickets that Ritchie did with White. But in day to visit her son, Cecil Vick, and She captivated her audience by her Wheeler, B. F.; Watson, W. D.; Zell-
with which this road abounds there G. A. (2).
Miami. discourse. She has a charming ner
his regular fight with Munroe he wife. They will also visit friends at splendid Mrs. J. R.
,
Earley ;
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cato, of Inverness may be an accident if it is not clearedout played a different game. And 'tis Sanibel.Mr. personality and one is impressedby Hamons Women's Mrs.List Lucie- ; Huston, Mrs.

are visiting their daughter, )Ir.. soon. People owning property said that Munroe hasn't yet recovered J. C. Michael leaves Thursdayfor the earnestness of her appeals.The Helen L; Hobbs, Emma; Hollings-
H. L. Haigwood. along this road were assured when from the terrific beating the then Pitkin, Colo., on a business trip. W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs- worth, Miss Elsie; Jones Mrs. Mar-
Miss Laura purchasing that this road would be: Miss Neel of Jack rie Jones, Mrs. W. F.; Keen, Mrs.
Stinespring arrived champion gave him in the second The best wishes of the community gowith day afternoon. ; Latham, Mrs. A. M.; Plaisted,
from Sanford, Tenn., Friday and cleared out for a sixty-foot avenue sonville state organizer will be Della;
rejoined meeting. him for a successful trip. pres- Kate W. B. (2); Rose, Mrs. Oscar;
her family who moved here with trees, alternately cabbage pal- Miss Lillian Vick returned Tuesday ent to aid in perfecting the organization. Roberson. Mrs. Louise; Ranel, Mrs.
recently from that place. mettoes and camphor trees, yet in the Urnis Richeson, Miss Blanche; Su-
from Orlando having week ;
spent a
Saturday and Sunday. Let as W.
Mrs. C. L. York and little daughter, center; but in the last five years this many with relatives. Mrs. Brock has donated some pret- muller, Mrs. A. H.; Thomas, Mrs.
of this congregation as can come out Wilde, Miss L Mae; Washington.Lela. .
of Tampa, are visiting their relatives, promise is still unredeemed. Saturday evening. The young folks met Tuesday even ty vines for the pergola in Grace E.; .
the Etty and Jones families. Mrs. E. D. M. Perkins entertaineda ing and went in a body to surprise park. The park looks much improved

Rev. Wm. Funk, of Key West, small company of friends at her Don't wait for every one in town to Misses Moody and Lillie Brock. They since the weeds have been cut and FOR RENT-Storc N. E. Corner
preached Sunday at the Union chapel. home Wednesday evening in honor oi have Entrican, the painter, before were entirely successful A pleasant burned. This is due to the force of Church and Court streets. Applyat
Mrs. C. H. Matchett and C. C. Hall Mr. Perkins' natal day. you try. Am too busy to look you -vening was enjoyed. Ice cream and men sent by Mr. Smallhouse and the 123 Court street, up stairs.
are on the sick list Baptist services "T. Phone 636, and I will be on the Mr. Maurice. 6l1wkt
t-f. at Union chapel Job. 1-20-tf:I I cake were furnished by the young summer caretaker,

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