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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 12, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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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I THE MORNING SENTINELTHE i




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

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



VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. NUMBER 101.

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ATTEMPT I TO BlOW ur CORONATION tUN DOWN BY AUTOMOBILE AND MANY IMPROVEMENTS[ [ l'N'[ GRECOMMENDS R[ [ M'lN'[ \ ; [EIGHTY THOUSAND U MN[

SERIOUSLY[ Y INJURED[D I It f FOR R ORLANDO POSTOFFICE r [ I

mR THE[ ORLANDO
WANTED IN WESTERN

AROUSES f BRITISH H PEOPLE Congressman Sends in the Name of
Avenue
HAm Jeter 1: Malm Hurt on Orange -

When Struck by Machine TELEPHONE[ [ N[ CO. the Present Assistant Postmaster HARVEST FIELDS[

From Loughman for the Plum

OUTRAGE OCCURRED WHILE REPEAL[ Bill PASSED[ SENATE[ [ BY NEW SWITCHBOARD 'WILL
Mr. C. DEPARTMENT {HAS A RE-
Peter V. Malm, a planter living on Hugh Sparkman, who is to
McKENNA TALKED ON HHEBFB105 O BE INSTALLED IN NEW become editor of the Sentinel, arrivedin
::he Conway road, was run down by QUEST FOR AN ARMY TO
SUFFRAGE Orlando yesterday, and with Mrs.
in automobile in front of the post- ROOMS ON EAST AID IN SAVING VAST
Sparkman is stopping at the home of
As Passed the Measure Contains theI I ffice on Orange avenue yesterday PINE STREET Col. and Mrs. J. N. Bradshaw. WHEAT CROP

MILITANTS GROW MORE fEROCIOUSTO Norris-Simmons Amendmentof afternoon at 5 o'clock S, and seriously Until he accepted the position with ---- t
injured. the Sentinel Mr. Sparkman was secretary

Non-W'aiver Mr. Malm was crossing the street SYSTEM Of UNDERGROUND WIRES[ to Congressman Claude L'En- NEGOTIATING WITH THE RAILROADS

GIVE WOMEN THE BALLOT I i ele; and he is authority for the state-
and the car was being driven south I
June
Washington ll.-Special.-( )
WOULD NOT BE A REMEDY I ment that Mr. L'Engle has recommended -
FOR THE PRESENT EVILS IN The senate passed the senate tolls repeal by Mrs. Fields, of Loughman. The UNUSUAL IN A TOWN OF OR- Mr. W. C. McLean for post SECRETARY WILSON SUGGESTS

bill carrying the Norris-Simmons party in the car had attended the ball LANDO'S SIZE BUT THE master at Orlando. Acting under the PLAX THAT WILL GIVE MANY
THE MINDS OF SOME AND amendment at 10:15 tonight by a vote
game between the Loughman and COMPANY USES POLES directions of the congressman this EASTERN MEN VACATION
DO IS PROBLEM .of 50 to 35.
WHAT TO
Orlando teams at the fair grounds ONLY FOR CUT IN was one of the last acts as his secretary -
The bill to conferencewith AND AT SAME TIME
now goes and were returning from the game. I said Mr. Sparkman.Mr. .
the house. I WIRES SAVE TilE GRAIN
London, Eng., June 11.-An at- In the confusion it was difficult to Sparkman said that the appointment -
tempt to blow up the coronation chair tell how the accident occurred. Mr. I! was based upon letters received -

which has been in Westminster Abbey Malm was attempting to cross the The Orlando Telephone Companyhas from patrons of the Orlando Washington, June 11.-(Special.)-
DRY WEATHER[ REDUCES[ [S MELON[
since' 1296 was made this evening.The street when the car struck him. He I started to work moving its ex- postoffice favoring Mr. McLean's ap- According to Secretary Wilson there

outrage is attributed by authori- was knocked prostrate and the ma- change and offices. pointment. There were many more will soon be more jobs than men in
PINEAPPLE CROPS
ties to militant suffragettes.The chine passed entirely over him. He The new location frill be at 29 East letters for McLean, he said, than for the United States. Ills prophecy is

chair, generally called St. Ed- was taken to the office of Dr. W. C. Pine street, which building has recent- any other applicant The next high- based on the bumper wheat crops, revival -

ward's chair, out of respect to Ed- Growers! Will Not Realize More Than Person, where his wounds were ly been remodeled along lines especially est in the race was Mr. W. P. Watson.Mr. of the iron trade with conse-

ward the Confessor, near whose dressed. He sustained a scalp wound required by a telephone ex- McLean was only recently pro- quent stimulation of mining and other -
shrine it stands, was made by order Half Crop ,Is the Present and injuries on the leg and elbow. change. The switchboards wil be located moted to be assistant postmaster, and industries and the continued activ-

of King Edward I., to hold the coro- Prospect Dr. Person said the man was hurt on the second floor, away from it will be pleasing news to his many ity in the textile business.Mr. .

jfction stone or "stone of destiny" on worse than he imagined, and the injuries the noise and confusion of the street. friends that he will receive appoint- I Wilson states that specific requests -

which the ancient Scottish kings used Passing through Orlando from a would have been much more se- The local board will be in one large ment as postmaster. The term of the I for more than 80,000 laborersto

b to sit when they were crowned. Dam- visit through the melon and pineapple rious if it had been a heavier car that I room, which has been especially constructed present postmaster. W. R. O'Neal, help in the harvest of the big

age caused to the chair by the explo- shipping section of Florida, Mr. A. E. had struck him. It was a Ford, andit to exclude noises that interfere expires June 13. Mr. Sparkman says wheat crop have already reached the

sion was slight. The explosive had Lang, district superintendent of the was due probably to this circumstance -I with its operation. The toll hat Mr. McLean's appointment will department. Missouri alone asked for

been placed beneath it, but its effect Western Union Telegraph company, that the victim was not killed. bpards and long distance operators probably be confirmed within a few 30,000 men. How to get them Westis

seemed not to reach the chair itself,, stated last night that the dry weatherof After receiving medical attention Mr. ,will have their own private depart- days. a problem. As a solution Secretary

which is of solid oak covered with the past several weeks would result MaIm was taken to his home on the ment, where the loud talking some- ] Wilson is planning to negotiate with

gilding and ornamental work. in great loss to the growers; Conway road. times necessary over long distance' the railroads to arrange special excursions -

The famous old stone, however, was that hardly more than a half crop lines, will not interfere with the serv- WOMEN'S[ f FEDERATION[ [I \ Will GET to the wheat belt from the

; badly chipped.The ,would be realized, as the fruit was ice to subscribers through the local Eastern cities where labor might be
much reduced in size so that the returns board. DOWN TO BUSINESS obtained.
police quickly took possessionof lAST DAY fOR filiNG fiNAl
be satisfac-
would likely not
the abbey after the outrage. The i Also on account of the rapid increase "Such a plan would give thousandsof
tory. STATEMENTS[ [ Of [EXPENSE[ [ in the number of subscribers
explosion occurred while Reginald Leesburg usually does a heavy I Reports of Officers Take Up the Day men in the East a chance to get a
McKenna, the home secretary, was thej company has found it necessaryto rural vacation and make money while
business in melons, but the growers increase But Tomorrow Educational "'
the size of its
talking on the suffrage question ins materially taking u, said the secretary."It .
the house of commons. there are receiving requests from the Several Candidates Have Failed So switchboard, and has placed the or- Features* Will Begin would also effectually solve the

commission men for sizes larger than Far to Comply With Requirement der for an additional section with problem of how to get men to harvestthe
heardin
The detonation was plainly
they can supply, with the result that the Kellogg Switchboard and
of Law I SupplyCo. Chicago June 11.-(Special. The wheat"The
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the parliament house and membersof -
there is little demand for the sizes on of Chicago.The .
the commons and flocked out i General Federation of Wnmpn's Clubs Western _farmers__ ____ are offering
peers -- ---- n ---
hand. The is true in -
same thing a j I equipment in Orlando is of
the toda-listened to the of what $2 to $2.50 day and board for har-
Parliament ascertain story
into square to ': per
of the section is the last allowed law
measure pineapple sur- This day by newest and latest improved, and the I
the officers and chairmen have done vest hands.
what had happened.Mr. rounding Fort Pierce, Jensen and for candidates to file their final state- j(I city is fortunate in having had its the
McKenna told the house of Vero, the principal shipping pointsfor ments of expense with the circuit telephone exchange in the hands of during past two years. Tomorrow -
with much
routine removed from
commons that he hoped the this Florida the sizes clerk and several of the candi- ;
govern- product; are court who alive
ment had obtained sufficient evidenceto small and the fruit not as good nor dates in the recent conflict have failed :, persons vantage of the were best and to most take efficient ad-- sideration the program of,the they educational will begin the con- l LOUGIIMAN ij TAM[ S SCORED ij [D mG

enable it to bring suit against the the demand as great as the case usu- to comply with this provision of the j! equipment to be featuresof
II gotten; and the gathering.Civil VICTORY T Y OVER[ O ORLANDO '
subscribers to the funds of the militant ally is. law. I telephone exchange owners from
service
reform
of
progress
suffragette organization. He Even if a candidate has had no ex- ':': many parts of the state often come education
added the further hope that tt e government !'I i: in democracy, how women
he is to file statement here to examine this
required a switchboard with
would be able to make the G OWRS[ TAKING G HOlD Of LEAGUE[ [ pense to that effect, and the law pro- I,i the view of improving the service in world can aid in securing good legislation, Hereafter Only Local Talent Clubs .
,
peace agricultural credits,
I Will Be the Orlando
subscribers liable for the full extent Played by
vides that if he fails to do that his their cities. Just last
so own week the
t of the done "arson WORK [EAGERLYTenny [ l Y state penal and charitable institu-
damage by commission shall not be'issued to him. i. owner of the St. Petersburg plant tions naturalization Baseball Outfit ,
short ballot
social -
squads, destroyers of mail and pic- This is fair warning to all candidates. ;was here ard after examining the
hygiene and vocational
,
ture slashers. The announcement was Those who have filed expense ac- equipment decided to buy the-same I ; but trainingare For the second time the Orlando
a few of the topics
made in to bitter I Returns From Trip Down the many
response criticism I "'
counts C. P. Dickinson, $46.50 thing for that ,
are ; city. which will be considered. ball team went down to defeat yes-
of the inactivity of the government East Coast in Interest of S. S. Griffin, $77.30; J. II. Reese,$102; I t I In the first place Orlando was the terday at the hands of "Pop" Wallace

against what Lord Robert Cecil described OrganizationThat A. B. Newton, $63; M. 0. Overstreet, first town in the state out of the lar- BASEBALL and his club of semi-professionals.
less than RESULTS
as "nothing anarchy $14.50; C. J. Sweet, nothing; J. H. ger cities to give its subscribers com- Although Orlando was weakened con
for which in his the
opinion the growers of the East Coastare Tucker, nothing; J. F. Gordon, noth- mon battery service, and still is the siderably through the absence of
,
real National League
only remedy was deportation.Mr. eager to become identified with ing; Wilber L Tilden, $75; Frank H. only one with the exception of, Ocala, Windham, Bennett and Gore, the
McKenna pleaded that the gov- the work of the Florida Growers' and Williams, nothing. ,. which has just recently installed a Pittsburg 2, Boston 3. game demonstrated most convincinglythe
ernment was faced with a phenomenon I Philadelphia 3, Cincinnati 2.
and that will common board. All I
Shippers' League they battery the other fact that a local team without
absolutely without precedent. be a strong.factor in the organizationis I towns of this size and smaller; are Brooklyn 1, St Louis 2. practice can not successfully ,.
cope
The number of women actually en- the conviction of Mr. Lloyd S.I MEDIATORS[ N NOT T INCLINED[ TO still giving only magneto service, New York 4, Chicago 7. with well trained semiprofessionals.From .
in crimes
gaged committing connected American
Tenny, general manager of the What is known as "common battery" League now on the Orlando club will

small with, he the said suffragette, but sympathizers movement are is league, who returned yesterday froma MAT T FUR[ WITH REBELS[ [ service, that is the curent is furnished Detroit 2, Boston 1. schedule games only with those teams t

trip covering a period of two weeks from a central or common battery Chicago 2, Washington 4. that are comprised entirely of local
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numerous.In 'through that section. Mr. Tenny located in the exchange is many times St. Louis 3, New York 1. !

ci discussing various suggestions made the trip by auto and was accompanied Carranza's Agents Say Mediators more efficient and satisfactory than Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 0. men.The features of the were the

$, for dealing with the militants, the by Mrs. Tenny and the Have Favored Huerta All Along magneto service, and is furnished at Federal League heavy hitting of Clyde game Pounds for
home said he believed the
secretary 1 children. little extra cost. If a common bat-
and This Proves It Pittsburg 7, St. Louis 2. the visitors. Out of four times to the .
"let them die" policy would act only I j| At Redlands and at Fellsmere local tery line is in trouble it reports itself -
Kansas City 3, Buffalo 4. bat Clyde knocked one three-bagger,
as a greater incentive to militancyand leagues were organized and the work here imemdiately and
consequently ,
Chicago 3, Brooklyn 5 two doubles and a single, the fourth
would in due course lead to reaction :was started at several other places.Mr. Washington, June 11.-(Special.)- is quickly remedied. Trouble in %
Indianapolis 6-7 Baltimore 5-4. time he walked by Pitcher 1
was
in public opinion. Deportation Tenny was much impressed with The tangled diplomacy of the mediation the other style of phone is not known up
he considered impracticable.As I II the drainage work in progress at I proceedings at Niagara togetherwith until reported. Southern League Haley. Haley pitched a strong, ,

to treating the militant suffragettes Fellsmere, and in the Everglades. He I the news that Funston is on the Another unusual condition here is Atlanta 4, Memphis 3. steady game for Orlando and wouldno A

as lunatics, Mr. McKenna said I made a visit to the famous Davie verge of extending his lines to keepin the underground system. No other Nashville 8, Chattanooga 1. doubt have copped the victory for

he could not ask parliament to sanc- I farm in the Everglades, and stopped touch with the threatening move place of the size of Orlando has an Birmingham 6, New Orleans 4. the locals had they given him the 1

tion an act definng such people as !at one or two other places where local ments outside of Vera Cruz were the underground system, all wires else- Mobile 7-1, Montgomery 3-4. support that his pitching merited, t

lunatics who had not been medically 'I! drainage is in operation. During the absorbing topics of the Mexican situ- where being overhead, and city is South Atlantic League having a total of ten strikeouts to his "

certified as such. J I journey he stopped at Daytona, Cocoa ation today. fortunate in having had the exchange I Albany 2, Jacksonville 1. credit The score was 7 to 1. .

The last proposition, said Mr. Mc- Fellsmere, Miami, Redlands, Today's action of the mediators refusing in the hands of people alive to the Savannah 5, Charleston 2. The line-up of the two teams was .

Kenna, was to give women the vote, I Vera, Indian City and Titusville.Mr. to further consider the consti- desire of the citizens for a more beau- I Columbia 11, Augusta 8. : as follows:

but he thought that could not be seriously Tenny found the work of erad- tutionalists uncovers their true atti- tiful city. To understand this more I Macon 3, Columbus 2. i Loughman-Stoker, cf.; Safford,

considered as a remedy for i iicating the citrus canker disease, to tude toward them, a local constitu- fully, the company has along Pine i 3b.; Pounds, ss.; Bramlege,'if.; WalA

existing conditions. ;I which the league is devoting especial tionalist agent declared. The consti- street some two thousand wires, and but the management has confidence I i lace, p.; Heharg, lb.; Alvey, rf.;

'I attention, progressing well on the tutionalists further stated they had along Orange avenue, some seven j ifc the future of the city and feel sure I Hicks, c.; Zimmerman, 2b.

SMALL BLAZE AT THE BUMBY 1! East Coast under the direction of Mr. I always felt that the mediators were in hundred wires. Imagine the looks of I j jI the citizens will appreciate its effort I I Orlando-Porter, ss.; Peral, 3b.;

HOME I 1 Frank Stirling. The growers are, cooperating sympathy with Huerta and opposed I the street if these were all overhead I I to give them a telephone plant that I I'I Crabb, lb.; Haley, p.; Beardall, c.;

!i with the league, and it them and this was one reason why on poles. As it now is there are no''I in equipment and service will be inferior II'I Floyd, 2b.; James, If.; Jackson, cf.;

Yesterday afternoon the fire department -'looks as if the groves will soon be rid the consttptionalists had been -cautious wires visible except those of customers i to none. I I Flynn, rf.Batteries. 1I .

was called to the residenceof |of this menace. in dealing with them. A replyto cut in wires;, and these necessarily All of this work and installationof i I iI

Mrs. Jos Buraby, Sr., on South j On Saturday Mr. Tenny will go to the mediators' note had been draft- have to be overhead. equipment will be under the per- Orlando: Haley and

Orange avenue. At first the house Kissimmee to organize a local league ed here and would be sent as soon as Another item which will be of even I sonal direction of Mr. Ray Reynolds, I Beardall; Loughman: Wallace and A

was thought to be on fire, but fortunately there. The question has been agi- Carranza approved its wording, but: more interest to the public, is that i who is specially equipped for sucha I Hicks.

the damage only amounted to tated for some time in that town and now it will be held up until Carmnza i the company will at its new loca- duty. I Umpire-Windham.

the burning of some clothes which t the meeting bids fair to be well at- is informed of the new developments,, tion have a street level office for the !t! The service department is in the efficient -I A

were unaccountably ignited in a tended.I which will probably end a further ex transaction of business, obviating the I I hands of Miss Nellie Carter, I TilE WEATHER .

clothes closet The department was I change of notes. As for the situation 5: necessity of having to climb two j who will see that you get the best 1 I j I _

quick to ,the scene and would have I sale on Carter's black ink at at Vera Cruz, every word received 1 flight of stairs. ''service posible under such unfavor- I

soon extinguished any blaze should it one-halfprice to close out. A bar- I seems to bear out earlier dispatchesthat 3 i Necessarily all of this improvement ,II able working conditions. as will exist -' Florida: Local thunder showers

have been necessary. gain. Curtis & fo'Neal, next P. 0. the tension there is growing. will cost a great deal of money, at times. Frday and probably Saturday.


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VEILED PROPHETS IN SESSIONAT William Randolph Hearst, like all

RICHMOND newspaper editors who are virile and
CIVILIZATION. SAYINGS 'F SAGES.
outspoken, has any number of ene- yur.J'llf/ineJljr t
It has long Ittfu a matter of The journey of high honor lies
dispute wbetber civilization has Richmond, Va., June 10.-The river mies, but we believe his worst ene-
not in smooth ways.-Sir Philip
been a blessing or a curse and in Sidney.: steamer Pocahontas left for James- mies will agree with him in the following -
And if wish to hear the world's best
this city we cannot always say town Island at 8 o'clock this morning : "This fall Mr. Root will be you music -

that it is a SUl\.t> .S. We hare Lore's secret is to be always freighted with Veiled Prophets of the the republican candidate for senator.He executed by the world's greatest artists -

all libraries else ,and churches that ,knowledge schools and of doing things for God and not to Enchanted Realm, guests of the city is probably the most servile and turn your ear this way when our Vic- .

mind because they are such very. of Richmond, for an all day excursion.The sinister tool in America of the priv-
I science for which man has beeustrh.t little one&-F. W. Faber. tor and Edison Talking machines begin to play.
g. but the point Is: Are supreme council of the Mystic ileged interests, a man without pa-

we Individually greater than Those whom the world agreeto Order remained here to hold its final triotism or principle a man in whom Nothing finer for the carp or summer:

were our fathers of a hundred call great are those who have session adjourning the national con- unscrupnlousness is mistaken for home. Come in and talk it over and see hew

years ago} flab you higher done or produced something of vention. cleverness, and who, for that reason,
Ideals and thougtts and determinations permanent value to humanity.- has been retained by nearly every easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand

than did your father Froude. STATE NEWS evil and disloyal interest from the refining influence of the best music in
who did not bare all these advantages
of the advance of civilization The whole experience of life time of Tweed and Tammany to this your home or private apartments.

? You cannot do what in small things and in great- (From the Gainesville Sun) day of Carnegie and the Panama

your father did because you are what is it? It is an aggregateof When the gasoline launch Cara Canal."-Ocala Baner.
not made of the stuff. We are real forces.Gladstone.It W. S. BRANCH
caught fire in midstream .
Saturday
eating:, drinking, working too
bard and not getting rest night off Cummer's mill, Jacksonville,
is well to think well It
enough nor enough play. We Is divine to act well-Horace J. H. Nelson and a party of friends f FALLING HAIR AND The Arcade Book and Music Store

are breaking down in this day Mann.A had a narrow escape from death. The
of civilization and intellectually -
morally party was en route to Mayport on a
'e .-Re?. Dr. Charles A.
great soul will be as strongto fishing trip when the fire started, and ITChING SCAlP
Eaton of New York.
lire .
to think.Emerson.There
as for a time it threatened to destroy _.
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the craft. |I -
is no service like: his r "

that serves because he.. yes.- .- I I Needless-Use Parisian Sage

DRESS. Sir Philip Sidney. .. Judson Kennedy, of St. Petersburg, Now that Parisian Sage can be Hammond &Gore
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Dress makes the man and also is in the county jail at Clearwater on had at any drug counter it is certainly -
needless to have thin brittle
A good action never perishes ,
the charge of having murdered W. M.
dress-
makes the woman. Good
neither before God before matted, stringy or faded hair. No
nor
ing need not be expensive. Good men.-Asiatic Proverb. Boone, whose body was found in the matter how unsightly the hair, how FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

dressing Is dressing in good Reservoir lake in the Sunshine City badly it is falling or how much dan- ___ ____ __ _u _-_ __-__ _
taste and good taste is more a some time ago. A 15-year-old boy gapdruff Parisian Sage is all that is
matter of judgment than of needed. Frequent applications and REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
has testified
purse. Good dressing is beingso against him. The name well rubbed into the scalp will do won
of the boy is withheld by the officers lers-it like hairrotts
dressed that no one can tell LITERATURE.The acts magic. The COMPARE

half an hour after meeting you history of nations in the until the preliminary trial shall be are nourished and stimulatedto

' how you were dressed, so complete sense of which I use the word is held. grow new hair, itching scalp, dan-
druff and falling hair cease-your OUR FURNITUREWe
was the fitness of the habitto
often best studied in works not
head feels fine. Best of all, the hair
the inhabitant Like the best professedly historical Wherever Three boys, Albon Strum, Joe and becomes soft, fluffy abundant and
window glass dress should never literature consoles sorrow or Lauren Davis enjoyed boat ride radiant with life and beauty. provide the quality furniture that has long
a
call attention to itself.- assuages pain wherever it with You will be surprised and delightd been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
twelve-foot
Charles P. Thwing. brings gladness to eyes which a alligator towing with Parisian Sage. Try at least standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
fail with wakefulness and tears : them this morning. They were fish- one fifty-cent bottle from McElroy's wouldn't be here were it otherwise. AVe can't make

and ache for the dark house and ing on Salt lake, south of the city, Pharmacy. He will refund the pur- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

the long sleep there is exhibitedin and noticed the huge saurian playing chase price if you are not satisfied. this business, and that means much to any buyer.

HABIT. its noblest form the immortal around the boat. They secured a tar-

What is a habit? Tis a fett'rins influence of Athens.-lacaolay. pon line and put a piece of meat on Who is your painter and decorator?

chain it. The alligator took the bait and If you are satisfied keep the one you MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, ,
That binds the struggling spiritto started with it the .
the earth; boys holding on No. 636. 1-20-tf Cor.: Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.
to their end of the line. Before the
A hampering weight that clogs GOLDEN WEATHER.Of .
t aspiring worth the whole year, I think. 1 love party had gone far the alligator Read the Morning Sentinel. Price \a : J

And makes its brightest vision! The best that time we used to straightened the hook and left them.St. 10 cents a week. ;

all in rain: call Petersburg Note in T.U.MMMMMMMeMMMMiMMMMiflMMMlMMMMSM. Read the advertisements daily. ..

The little summer of all saints.
A blighting pall whose midnight About the middle of the fall I' -
depths detain
And each glowing fervorat
quench Because there fell the golden
Its birth:
days
A coil within whose mon-
serpent
Of that gold year beside the
strous girthIs
seaWhen
crushed each noblest impulse
first I had you at heart's ,
of the brain. .
will
And had whole will ORLANDO'Water .
What Is a habit? 'Tis a silver you your
thread V of me. I

That links the soul to possibility:
It is the being's afternoon
A magic stone that turns the

Of evil baser bent lead to golden tendency: The soul second summer of the & Light Co. Just arrived car load

A precious stepping stone from When spirits find a way to reach FORDS for immediate -
t
low to high; Beyond the sense and its con-

A Jacob's ladder stretching to trol.
delivery.
the sky.J. .
Forsyth Smith in Nautilus. Then come the firmamental days

The underseason of the year ElectricityGas Get nowF.

I When content.God himself being well yours


Takes time to whisper In our G. RUSE, '
RULES OF CONDUCT. I I
ear. Water Ice
When you come into any fresh Phone 226
observe their humors. .
company Sweetheart, once more by every
Suit your own carriage thereto sign

by which insinuation you will Of blade and shadow it must

and make their converse more free beThe ,. .Office---No.: 18 West Central Ave.

open. little summer of an saintsIn II v
Let discourse be in
your more
the red autumn by the sea.
queries and doublings than peremptory Bliss Carman.
assertions and disput- 1r

ings. it being the design of travelers Telephone No. 6uMMMiiiiiiinintiM
to learn not to teach. Besides

it will persuade your acquaintance -
that you have the ELECTION OF JUDGES.

greater esteem of them and so It has been my official duty to

make them more ready to communicate look into the judiciary of each I
what they know to state in my search for candidatesto

you, whereas nothing sooner oc- be appointed to federal judge-
msions disrespect and quarrels ships, and 1 affirm without hesi- ttitiiiiiiriiiiiniiIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIItl
than peremptoriness. will tation that in states where manyof

find little or no advantage in the elected judges in the past .
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seeming wiser or much more ig- have had high rank the introduction MMIMMMMiMMMMMMMMf .
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norant than your company. of nomination by direct SUMMER TIME IS
Seldom discommend anything primary has distinctly Injuredthe

though never so bad or do it character of the bench for FLY TIMEAre Orlando Bank & Trust Co
j but moderately lest you be unexpectedly learning courage and ability.
forced to an unhand- The nomination and election of those windows screen

some retraction. It is safer to a Judge are now to be the resultof ed yet? Patented detach- Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914

commend anything more than it his own activity and of fortuitous able hangers used on all
deserves than to discommend a circumstances. Newspaper
screens. No ladder need-
thing so much as It deserves for prominence plays a most important RESOURCESReal
ed to take off or put on
commendations meet not so of- part though founded on
ten with oppositions or at least circumstances quite irrelevant in when washing windows. Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

are not usual; so 111 resentedby considering judicial qualities.The R WALDRON Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
J
men that think otherwise asdtscomment2ati.us result of the present tend- Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

and you,will ency is seen in the disgraceful Contractor and Builder Stocks and Bonds .". . . . . 26,018.33

Insinuate into inn's favor by exhibitions of men campaigningfor 410 West StreetFor E Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
nothing sooner than seeming to the place of state supreme

approve and commend what judge and asking votes on the HHIIIMtllllMIIHHHHI .
they like but beware of doing it ground that their decisions will $904,906.09

by comparlson.-Sir Isaac New- hare a particular class favor. LIABILITIES

ton. Ex-President TafLTH Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

Sale Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None

I Bills payable . . . . . . . None


ABOUT FOOD. E FLAG.It -- Deposits . . . . . . . 770,793.72Due
Go to your banquet then, but may be naught but a bit of
use delight cloth i | Modern 8-room to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

So as to rise still with an ap And a splash of color upon a
petite. staff- 11 House 2 doors $904,906.09

-Herrick. .A thing for the idle cynic's sneer
And the cosmopolitan's laugh. | | west of Wyom-
He who feasts every day Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91

feasts no day-Simmons. But once-in a foreign land whereall \ \ ing Hotel. Bar Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72


One should eat to live and not Was wonderful strange and gain. Increase in 37 days . . . . 121308.81 '
tire to eat-Benjamin franklin.The new and fair,

1 looked and saw, with a quick Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . ,521167.38

discovery of a .ew dish surprise. Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . .. .. . 770,793.72
does more for the happiness of The old flag floating there.: ii A. L. Bentley, : :

a man than the discovery of. a Increase in 100 days . . . . 249,626.34
star.-BriUa-Savarin. And into my heart there came a ; ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE.IIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIII.

thrill t Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
Eat at your own table as IOU And a mist of tears came over The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and
would eat at the table of a king.
Confucius. my eye 'Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their
And I understood as never be-
fore Have the Sentinel follow you dur- friends and customers for making such a statement pos-

Enough is equal to a feast- die ing the summer months. Address I sible.
Why men. are willing to
Fielding. -J. R. Taylor. I changed as often as desired. Subscribe ORLANDO'S CONSEKVATIVE BANK
three months.
now-$1.25 for .... .
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:: THE DAILY WANTS MANUFACTURED TO HAVE WALL FORMS I t MANY Y YOUNG LAWYERS[ Gut' CONGRESSMAN[S ClARK SPENDS I j.

South Florida Sentinel -- E THEIR[ mrs FROM STATE 88 CENTS[ IN ENTERTAINING

c MORNING AND WEEKLY (Industrial Index) I .
,. JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. I
--- George E. Harris, Orlando, Fla., is An Emphatic Sale of
& Supreme Court Issues Certificates to Gives Guest Good Time By Expend
Entered at the pustotlice at Orlando Florid 1 ready to award a contract for manufacturing I
*, u Second Class Mail Matter. forms for building the W. Students Who Have Finished at ing Small Sum to Show It
T. Redman Perfect Hollow Concrete I DeLand and University Can Be Done '

Daily: 1 Year SUBSCRIPTION..............RATES............S3 00 Wall Recently he awarded a contract Mell'allffBoy'll G1ol1iiii l l f
Dally 6 Months ....................... 2.50 100,0001 j j [
Daily 3 Months ...................... L25 for the manufacture of Tallahassee, Fla., June 11.-The Washington, June 11.-The high
a Daily, 1 Month ....................... 50 feet of the forms, and before these I! June bar examinations before the cost of living is a fallacy in the opinion -

Weekly, 1 Year .................. 1.00 will be ready for delivery he will ,! state supreme court began this morning of Representatve Frank Clark of
Weekly 6 Months.p........:............. .78 'want 200,000 feet more. j I!! with a large attendance of appli Florida, and he backed up his belief Our Semi-Annual Event
Mr. Harris, who is territorial man- I cants. Forty-six graduates from by relating an incident."A .
TO ADVERTISERS: ager and owns one-half interest in : Florida university and Stetson uni- friend of mine from Florida -

Copy: for dupUy: aid all v.her tadTertbinf the patents under which the wall is t versity appeared and presented their called upon me recently," said Mr.
r dice of the most Sentinel be handed not later in at than the baiineu 2 p. ra. constructed, writes the Index: j i i;diplomas of graduation from these Clark, "and in the course of conversa-
the day before publication. This rule applies "We would like to sell a one-third 1!colleges, and in compliance with the tion touched feelingly upon the high
i U changes far contract advertising it Is
" Invariable and will be strictly adhered: to. interest in the patents so as to be 'law, were given certificates from the .cost of living. I ventured to tell him
able to manufacture our products, court to practice law in the state that it was the cost of living high ti. .
Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued on which will pay a large dividend. Our :'without being required to take the ex- that was bothering a lot of people, W cJ j
the date of expiration otherwise it will be enterprise is only in its infancy, and t amination. There are about twenty and told him that right here in sup-
continued until notice at to the atop regular is received.subscription rates the wall is a perfect one. It is absolutely -, who appeared without diplomas from posedly expensive Washington he andI .
damp proof, water proof, warm 1 1 these colleges and are taking the examination could go out and spend a pleasant
FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. in winter and cool in summer, with no I making in all somethingover I evening, with dinner and theater, on .
condensation on the inner surface; it sixty applicants at this semiannual something less than a dollar lIe u/tiI\
Dade county has some peculiarnames requires no painting and no repairs :" session. The names of those scorned the statement, but. acceptedmy c \
Humbuggus and Poco Moon- and is indestructable. It can be built I, who are taking the examination are offer to prove that it could be
:; shine being examples. for one-third less than brick under : not given out yet. The following done. .
o the same conditions as to freight and !I young men from the Florida univer- "We went to a certain popular din-
While other Florida towns have other things." sity were given certificates to practiceon ing place, two car tickets costing us
campaigns on to kill the flies and An illustrated booklet regarding I presentation of their diplomas, : less than 9 cents. There we had eachan I
mosquitoes the people of West Palm the wall contains the following: Leon Wilson Alexander, Albert excellent dinner of exceptionallygood
- Beach are out on a cat killing cam "This wall is the result of many l Charles Arnold, Maxwell Baxter, Archie stew costing 10 cents each, with
., paign. years of study and experiment to I r Patterson Buie, Worthington strawberry shortcake for dessert at
o meet an insistent demand for a scien- Blackman, Robert Abner Henderson, 5 cents each. That totaled 39 cents,
Sump'n has gone wrong in Pinellas tifically constructed hollow concrete ':: Jr., William Luther Hill, Albion Wil and both of us enjoyed the meal, amid .
-Straub of the St. Petersburg Times wall at a minimum cost to take the I I liamson Knight, Jr., Paul Darling pleasant surroundings.
says, "Let's have peace." Well, it's I place of the cold, damp, undesirablesolid Mobley, Paul Davis McGarry, Thomas "I then suggested the theater, and \
been a long time since there was concrete wall, the expensivebrick I Wesley Moore, Frank E. Owen,Thorn I we went to a good show, where good e
peace in Pinellas. wall or the shortlived'ooden : as Pitts Pruitt, Peter Richard Perry, I seats were obtained at 10 cents each.
:; o building, which latter is rapidly increasing 'I James Hardin Peterson, Joseph Clayton We enjoyed the performance of an
A Miami man claims the distinctionto in price on account of the I Poppell, Thomas Carleton Ray, hour and a half, used two more car
be the first to cross the Evergladesin scarcity of timber. I Thaddeus Hentz Smith, Robert Woo tickets to go home, and thus the en- .,
an automobile. It should be ex- "This wall should not be confounded ; ten Shackleford, John Brannen Sut- tire evening's refreshments and entertainment -
3 planed that he didn't go "clear wth the twin walls tied with wire,I I ton, Robert Rives Taylor, Jr., Alonzo for the two cost me just
across," but for a distance of only a nor should it be confused with con- ;, DeWitte Wilder, Chester' Maurice I I 68 cents.
mile, from one road to another. crete block construction. It is not : Wiggins, Conlyn Lehman Welch, Leon "Which shows," added Mr. Clark, This sale is full of emphasis. We emphasizethe
t- o merely a wall of one layer upon an- N. Lischkoff. I I"that we can have a mighty good
Complete returns from Walton other, but each course is keyed and 1, The following young men presented I time, with dinner and theater, in great price reductions. We emphasizethe
county have not been received, so the bonded to the course below, the bonds diplomas from Stetson university, and Washington for two at small expenseif fact that it is our positive intention not to ,
election of Bill Mapoles is still in also securely connecting the inner and were given certificates to practice.F. we want to, and I don't believe any carry a single Suit or pair of Pants over,
doubt Since Harry Floyd will not be outer walls. The bonds in each alter- M. Campbell, Frank Wheeler one will say that I'm a piker, either."
there to get Bill's goat it will be ca- nate course are staggered to form a Cullin, D. F. Dunkle, Geo. B. Everson, and we emphasize the importance of coming
lamitous for Bill to land. Harry was continuous air space from bottom to I H. V. Fisher, W. J. Gardiner, H. Clay Conditions around the postofficeare early for first choice.
an effective antidote to Bill. top, thus producing an absolutely dry : Marks, Henry Davis Moore, F. J. enough to rasp the nerves of most .
o wall as well as the insulation featureso ,i Schulken, J. P. Simmons, L F. Sned- people, but the postmaster himself &
With an abundance of watermelons, essential to perfect buildings." |I igor, J. H. Swink, W. J. Touchton, looks as pleasant as he would at the
sweet corn, late grapefruit and or- .i William Utech, Claude G. Yarn, John photographers, while "Mac" talks as Sale lasts until the 20th
*
anges, peaches, sweet potatoes, green AT WORK FOR"THE OCKLAWAIIA M. Weir, Frank Wideman, Jerome serenely as ever and Miss DeLaneyand
peas and other vegetables, all Orlando Wideman, Benjamin Willard, M. Wil- the other ladies wear a smile that
grown, on the market, if you can not Washington, June .-Since his return lard, Guss Wilder. has no notion of coming off.
get things to eat that suit you these here Senator Fletcher has been
,____ u ___ These Price Reductions
days, you had better go to jail and canvassing among the individual sen- i Hugh C. Sparkman, private secretary HMiMliMMMMMMMMT. are
live on bread and water. ators looking to a restoration of the to Congressman L'Engle, has accepted -
n o Florida items that were stricken out I the position as managing editor F. HOURIHANLicensed Emphatically IrresistableThis
Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star of the rivers and harbors bill. "I be-1 of the Orlando Daily Sentinel,
doesn't think it true that editors lieve," said he, "that all of the im- 'and it is with pleasure that the news- Plumber and clothing sale consists of nothing -
w never get anything in a political way. portant items will be restored to the 'I paper fraternity welcomes him back Sanitary Engineer but high class: clothing: made by
He cites the significant fact that he bill either by amendment in the sen- I into the fold, for Mr. Sparkman is Estimates Furnished. Jobbing such past masters as HART SCHAFF-
; was elected to the city council and ate or in conference. I consider this among the best of them as a news- Promptly Attended to. NER & MARX and is sold under a
had to refuse to run to keep from be- an entirely safe prediction." paper man of ability. Prior to his PHONE 6z9 positive guarantee of absolute satisfaction -
ing re-elected; also that he was of- association with Mr. L'Engle, Mr. 106 Court Street .
fered the appointment of minister to It will take us a long time to for- Sparkman was editor ofthe, Perry
Graustark, but didn't take it becausehe give those Orange county voters for Herald, where he made a reputationas ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
preferred Ocala. The most of us defeating good old Joe Hugh Reese a brilliant writer.Miami Metropolis. 4-2l-1mMMMiltMiiiiilllllliMt $30.00 Suits now $20.75
will have to admit that Editor Benja- for the legislature.-Pensaiola New .
min is entirely out of our class. $25.00 Suits now 17.75
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The Times-Union suggests that the $20.00 Suits now 14.75

progressive Democrats place both feet DrinK Benscot Lithia Water de'e'err:tpin anage h td
squarely in the Bull Moose side of Mont $18.00 Suits now 12.75

the fence and register that way. The to all parts of the city. This mineral water is obtained direct Irom the springs in
h Times-Union's advice will not be fol-
lowed. Senator LaFollette, the most Austell, Ga. $1.50 for 5 gallons; 400 half gallon, 5 cents at our fount.McELROY'S $16.50 Suits now 11.75

progressive of all the Progressives, 25 Suits formerly $18.00 to $25.00 10.00
refused to leave the G. 0. P., hoping PHARMACY iIIHMMIMIIIIIIIMttttttlftlttltllMMIMMIMMMtMtMtttMlillllllMl:
that the leaven would extend to the DRUCS

whole loaf. Now it begins to look as tlH Boys ClothingOur
x if it will and that Roosevelt will get
the nomination of the regulars the
t next time. In the meantime laFol- timMMIMMIMMIMMMillMtMMIIimMtMMMMMMMHimiliiMtATTRACTIVE 11 Boys Clothing consists of the Celebratedand

lette, who started the ruction, will bea well-kaow "Right Posture Brand" and are

disappointed person.o also sold under a guarantee by the maker to

The Palm Beach Post has this obit give absolute satisfaction at prices quoted
to the editors who were defeated for
;> GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES below:
the legislature: "Truly there is an
odd feeling in the state as regardsthe
editorial contingent. The frater- Commencement Day-an important event in the $10.00 Suits now. $6.75
lives of people should receive some fitting markof
nity is, as a class, square, honest and young $ 9.00 Suits now $6.00
the
appreciation and encouragement to commemorate
well versed in the needs of the
ple of their respective localities.peo-It occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of $ 8.00 Suits now $5.50

is seldom that a newspaper man plays Jewelry? $ 7.00 Suits now 4.75
any one false; yet there seems to bea
DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
repugnance against honoring themin

any way. Occasionally one comes direct the attention of relatives and friends to
into his own-but by that time he is the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

ready to shake hands with the under- store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs
taker and make arrangements for his est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia
successor." mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val- a great help to our out-of-town customers
o ues and assortment.A ; make use of it whenever you can. Sam-
Citizens of the Taft neighborhoodhave visit to our store will be appreciated and involves ples or information! cheerfully given. \Ve prepay -
been interviewing the chairmanof no obligation to buy. all charges.
the board of county commissionersof Write for one of our illustrated mail order
Orange county in relation to ex- catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
tending the brick roads of that countyto
the Osceola line, the report hav-
ing gone out that the road in that di- -
recion would be stopped four miles
short of the line, and only extended .
gradually as the condition of the regular -

situation road and seems bridge to fund be permitted.The similar to. DICKSON'IYES I K O [ CO O,

that existing in this county, there T.H.vansth.Jeweler -
having been a comprehensive schemeof
road improvement agreed upon in DEPARTMENTAL[ STORE
advance specifying what roads shouldbe
built and the mileage of each, thus OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Orange Ave., Orlando's Favorite Shopping place
rendering it necessary if any extensions
are made now to corresponding.ly .
curtail some other road.-Tampa EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING 7
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.IIIIIIIIIIOIII.ellll.J >allDGDallDGDallDGDallDGDallDG> JUNES[ HllDRN[ DROWNED[ IN I ISL AJb 0'V -
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FAVORITE THEATRE i 'CICU ;
WADE Ii
o MARY'S RIVER[
THE TUNER --
ORLANDO, FLA. Sfl i bnllinl I. fI I

JI 2 Open 2p.m.and6:30p. m.
Three Risked Lives to Save Youngest
I Admission 5 cents i V .
Who Had Ventured BeyondHer

t Mr. Geo. T. Singletary was in town .I iDdllDODallDGDallDGDallDGDallDOo Depth "Get II 111 lIen's"

t from Kissimmee yesterday.Mr. PROGRAMA
i BUYS AND SELLS i
L. L Payne was in Jackson Three Reel Feature Macclenny, Fla., June 11.-Practically

ville yesterday on business. "The Buccaneers." Produced by the whole of the family of a El .
REAL ESTATE .11. "
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went Otis Turner, with David Hartford and prosperous Baker county farmer,
Sheriff Frank Gordon to St. Cleo Madison. This feature is acted
,I __ II Buddy Jones, was wiped out yesterday -
Augustine yesterday on business.Mr. by the Golden Seal company. This is
I the highest priced company the Universal afternoon, when four of his children .
Fred Bass came from Kis That Gift
up 600 acres south of Winter \: people have. This is a very three girls and a boy, rangingin
simmee yesterday to attend the ball high class feature. Don't fail to see age from 11 to 18, were drownedin
Garden and west of
game. J it.Don't the St. )Iary's'rh.er, about sixteen
forget we are giving away
Music hath charms even if it's rag- J Gotha, including 10 acre : another set of dishes today. miles north of this place, while out You have no trouble in selectingthat

time. All the latest music at Curtis The Five cents to all. taking a swim. The wholesale drowning -
orange grove. entire D Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary -
& O'Neal's book store.: i was brought about when the
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tract covered with
Miss Agnes Musselwhite has returned : JUDGE WARLOW TALKED TO THE youngetV, Effie, ventured too ;faraway Present at our store.

from a week's visit with : yellow pine timber. Two : from the remainder of the party
CLASS LAST NIGHT
BARACA
We have line .of
friends at Geneva.Mr. : miles of lake shore. and was caught in one of the dangerous a complete

Jas. A Knox has purchasedthe J whirlpools of the river, and the D Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or D
e W. M. Brittain home on the south 423imMIIMMiilllllllliiliM Judge T. Picton Warlow gave a others, led by Riley, the oldest of

side of Lake Lucerne.Mr. J :talk to the Baraca class of the Baptist the four, attempted 'to save her. In plated) and the newest ideas in

i, church last night. The class assembled the excitement incident to the screams
Charles Green, traveling for cut glass.A .
in.the room formerly occupied for help sent up by the first of the

the Antietam Paper company, of Ha- Mr. S. B. Aultman was in the city by the People's National bank. quartet to be caught in the pool, all look before you buy will

gerstown, Md., was in town yester from Kissimmee yesterday.Mrs. 'The exercises were opened with music lost their lives.According .

day.Mr. Mary E. French, of North by the orchestra, and Judge Warlowwas to accounts of the pitiful pay you.Allen.

D. W. Clark, who is the new I: Main street, and her daughter, Miss introduced byIr.. Ed. Allen, tragedy reaching here, the children,

editor of the Apopka News, was in Bernice Kenneth leave president of the class. The remarksof
and son today all of whom were good swimmers,

town yesterday and paid this office a for a summer visit in Waterbury, the judge were directed generally went out for a customary dip in the & Co.

call. Conn. They will take the boat from along the line of the duty of voters. river yesterday afternoon about two ,

Mrs. C. E. McDowell has gone to Sanford to Jacksonville and the Clyde The judge stated at the outset that his o'clock. They had been in the water

Pass-a-Grille to spend a month as boat to New York. talk would probably be rather dry, ,for some time, when suddenly Riley, Jewelers

t, the guest of Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Miss Irene Johnson, daughter of since he was a lawyer, but this forecast I Lillie and Mamie, aged 18,17 and 14

MitchellMr. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Johnson, sailed didn't prove correct in the least. respectively, heard screams for help U Prompt Repairing.

M. T. LaHatte, traveling out of Wednesday from Jacksonville for Bal His audience heard him with evi- ,from Effie, 11, who had wandered

Atlanta for the Southern Printers timore from which place she will pro- dent enJQyment, and the address was further down the stream and had been Everything Guaranteed.
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Supply company, paid this office a ceed to Bethany Beach, Del., to spend both entertaining and helpful. Judge caught in an exceptionally strong

call yesterday. the summer. She was accompaniedby Warlow was followed by Mr. LloydS. pool. The water in the vicinity of D

Yesterday at Ocoee an alligatorwas Mrs. John Lacey and Miss Mae Tenny, who spoke briefly but earn- the pool was approximately eighteenfeet

estly on the subject "Our Work," and in and the of Effie
caught with a pole and bait in a Morse, of Tavares.H. depth rescue

small lake. It was about ten feet C. Sparkman, one of the smart Mr. Paul McKinney followed Mr. Ten- was difficult. However, her brothersand ,

ny in a talk concerning the button sisters, under the leadership of
long and weighed'270 pounds.Mr. est newspaper men in the state, and
contest. Miss Martha Weeks sang the oldest all braved death to lb.
Riley, .J)
C. E. Rinaldi, who travels: out for the last year and a quarter secre- IE301MIIMMIMMMIIIMIIttfHHMMI' .
sweetly, and the orchestra played sev- save her and in the attempt they all ,
of New Orleans for the Louisiana tary to Claude L'Engle, will soon take
eral selections while punch, ice cream lives.
lost their
t Coffee company, is in town calling on editorial charge of the Orlando Sen
and cake were enjoyed. The Sentinel No one else who could give the
trade and meeting his friends.Mr. tinel. This has always been a good
force was remembered with the refreshments assistance
I quartette was near enoughto
and Mrs. H. G. Crowder and paper, and we expect to see Hugh
it qnd can testify person- help them, and Effie and her would rffA9IW frJ
keep to the standard.OcalaStar.
from up
grandson came up Tampa yes-
ally to their delightful quality. be rescuers all went to a watery Y/lr
terday and will visit with :Mrs. Jas.
before aid could reach them.
L Giles and Mrs. J. W. Gettier.Mr. Will S. Branch seems to be enjoying grave
DEATH OF D. J. SPELL Incidentally, one of Baker county'sbest Morton's Table Salt
and Mrs..Harry Rout and baby his vacation. In a private letter known families was almost wiped

accompanied Mrs. D. C. Thompsonback from Brattleboro, Vermont, he writesas David John Spell, 51, a member of out. The Jones lived near Baxter, Never gets moist or cloggs your salt shaker
from Plant and follows: "I came over here today
City yesterday the Orlando police force, died at the and when the news of the death of
will visit at her home Lucerne via Bellows Falls, and will return via
on Pure Horse RadishGood
McEwan sanitarium of typhoid fever the children reached nearby commu-
Circle. Greenfield, Mass. One of the Estey
yesterday morning at 9:35. He is nities scores went out to the scene to
Organ company's men took me over for the hot weather.
The Lucerne theater is advertisinga survived by his wife and five children, render every assistance possible in the an appetizer during
church to let
to the Baptist me try
local talent duet to sing some old all of whom were near when he work of searching for the bodies of
their fine pipe organ. It has 30 speak- ParowaxFor
sweet songs at the theater this even passed away. Mr. Spell came to Or- the missing ones.
17 and 33 buttons
,
ing stops, couplers
ing in connection with the usual good and accessories. I played on it for lando from Valdosta, Ga., in January, Dragnets and hooks were brought sealing jelly tumblers or fruit jars. Laundry


t program. 1913, and last_ fall he was appointedto into play by those who joined in the
hours and also.
over two enjoyed every moment use
Mrs. Florence K. Gates left yester- a position on the police force of hunt for the bodies and after sometime ,
of the time. Tomorrow morning
day for her home at Dubuque, Iowa. this city. He was an efficient officer ; the remains of all four of the
Mr. Hawley is going to show me
She has been the guest of her sister, ride and a good man, and was held in high children were rescued from the pool
The
over the factory. trolley
Mrs. C. W. Townsend, on West Central over here was certainly great. We regard by the city officials and all with the aid of hooks fastened to long THE SANITARY GROCERY

avenue. who knew him. The funeral will be poles.
passed Mount Monadnock only a few
Miss Lavinia Fuller left Wednesday held at his old home near Quitman, Practically every one in the com- I
,
miles off with it's top hidden in mist CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Ga. Saturday. The family accompanying munities about Baxter forgot work
-
for Atlanta, where she will join and clouds. From Bellows Falls the ,
the remains left on the mid- and business today to attend the funeral
the other members of the Wardlaw
road runs along the banks of the Con- 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street \
night train last night for that place. of the three who so heroically!
party, which sails from Boston on the necticut river, and it is a sight worth
Mr. married in lost their lives and the for whom
February one
sixteenth for a tour abroad. coming miles for. It is much like the Spell was ,
Miss Olivia McRae. Of the their lives. The
1881
to they quartettewill
,
Mrs. J. B. Moody sailed from Jack- valley of the Seine en route to Paris, gave CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
children Romaine and William live in be buried in the family burial
sonville yesterday on the Lenape for but the hills are higher and seem to
Fitzgerald, Ga., while Mrs. Mary ground near where they met their FUNERAL DESIGNS
New York city. She expects to visit fit the landsdape better. l 1ForSale
Miss Neta and Sam- deaths.
Campbell, Spell
other points in the East before returning
f a uel Spell reside with their mother at 141111 11111111'111111111'11111111111111111111111'"
late in the summer. CARD OF THANKS t
626 Church street. Mr. Spell was a BODIES OF FOUR GIRLS FOUND
Mr. Harry Wood, of Berkeley, Cat We wish to thank our friends
,
many
Mason and a member of the Presbyterian DEAD IN A CREEK >n ; The Sentinel is the newsiest airf
is registered at the San Juan. Mr. for their kind words and sympathy in 4iiiiiiiiiMiinnlili
church. best printed daily in Central Florida
Wood expects to spend a few days in this the dark hour of our lives, and
Sapulpa, Okla., June .-Cut and Sentinel want advertising serves
our city looking into the God's blessings rest each
orange growing may upon bruised and evidences of foul the
seeker
AT THE GRAND bearing and the offerer equally.T. .
industry around this section.
one. play the bodies of Misses Reynold,
Mr. Bonny Beacham returned early MRS. D. J. SPELL The has secured for his
manager aged eighteen, and three sisters, Ber S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
yesterday morning from the University and Children. program today one of the greatest OR I
tie, Zulah and Vinda Sanders, aged 2, Orlando. 3.5.HIIIHMIIIIIIIIttMIM.
filmed "The Master
stories
of Virginia, where he has been ever ,
Mind," featuring Edward Breese, who nine, eleven and fourteen, respectively
attending school. EverybodJ knows FOR SALE-Palm Beach Suits, EXCHANGEFive ;
was the original man in "The Lion were found in Rock creek near
Bonny and he has lots of friends here Mohair Suits, Lines Suits, Black Al- and the Mouse" as well as the orig- here today. *

who are always glad to see him home paca Coats, Blue Serge Summer inator of this well known play, and is When Sanders father of the i Room House, built !
Henry ,
doubt America's 1 Shoe
all foremost
Coats. Newly arrived W. M. Siem beyond ; Repairing
again. dramatic star. three children, left home yesterday, ; ; of cement blocks 24x36, ; ;

ons. 6123tdltwFOR Miss Reynold, employed as a house I shingles two ;
Eat what Cartright ; j by PARCEL POSTMen's
you want. Eat what want
RENT-N you keeper, took the children for a stroll.
Eat all you want. E. Corner Eat all you want. lots 100x150, some young j ;
Sanders did not return home last
Take a postscript and forget it. Church and Court streets. Applyat Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all durggi 123 Court street, up stairs. For sale by all druggists. night. peach, orange and grapefruit J > Half Soles, 7Se to 8Se

f:7= &w-1YJ I 67lwk. l-7-d&w-lyr The discovery of the body of one trees. Driven well Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c

of the girls at a ford in the creek | Children's Half Soles, $0c to 750
200 feet. > Hand Turned Soles, I.oo
$
, .'.MIIMIMMIt MttlM 1. prompted investigation which revealed Heels ..
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.water near by. The clothes of all All work returned in 24 hours.

were on the bank.A Box 424 M Ordtrs without remittance returned -
I C. 0. D. We pay
H LUCRNTODAY coroner's jury viewed the bodies I return postage. "

: and adjourned until tomorrow. Kissimmee, Florida c A. Hanson


I RECALL ELECTION TO BE HELD 6-8-im

f AT'PETERSBURG }East Pine Street;

.J ORLANDO RORIDAIHMMMIIMIIMMM
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J "Quicksands, "Collecting the Rent, St. Petersburg, June .-Petitions *.

) I asking an election to determine -
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If a one reel Majestic
a Royal.
: whether the
or not present city com
s HllllttHIIIIIMIIIMfSHORT If your paper is not delivered
: missioners shall hold their offices will
"The Cheese of Police," "For the love of Mabel," : be presented to the commissioners the promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
JUST OPENED
I last of this week and it is likely that
reel
a one Apollo Comedy. a fine Keystone
comedy. : an election will be called at once. It WOOD COAL AND ICE

COME AND HEAR SOME BEAUTIFUL OLD SONGS : is likely that the commissioners will POPE'S Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'a

TO-NIGHT : not act, even if the petitions are filed Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

; J BY A MYSTERIOUS DUO SELECTED FROM LOCAL TALENT. the last of this week, until the meet. LUNCH COUNTER

: ing The election
Monday morning. is

tl That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away : likely to be fixed for July 21, which Sentinel want ads. are money get

; ; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. : would be within the time limit and ORDERS ALL HOURS ters. Try them.

: the first Tuesday available. Now that

j First Floor 10 Cents. I enough names have been secured to TRY OUR
I I
Balcony 5 Cents : the petitions asking for an election OS1 'OPATHY

Children 5 Cents : there is some talk of'candidates to SODA FOUNTAIN : :

: be nominated against the present OPEN DAY AND NIGHT : --

Children under I commissioners, all of whom will be on DR.C .HOWELL
twelve
admitted free
to matinee if acc om- the '
ticket
for re-election. POPE & BUTT PROPS Hours, 10-12 3and by appointmentNo
; paned by adult purchasing first floor ticket. extra charge for house treatment


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

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

I Ir BIG CATTLE DEAL IS FINISHED superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we
STATENEViS IN DE SOTO
$3.00 are all right, then why not put us to the test. ,


Arcadia, June .-One of the largest -

(From the Gainesville Sun) cattle deals consummated in this This
WayYour
Jesse Glover, one of Lake Butler's section for a long time was that of FROMORLANDO

oldest citizens, died Saturday morn- the sale last Saturday of the Lang- .

ing. ford stock in Lee county to the Consolidated I '
' Cattle Company of Fort My- doctor gives you a prescription did it after carefully diagnosing your

Construction of 1,500 feet of sea ers.While TOJACKSONVILLE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
the number of cattle involvedin
wall in Bayboro harbor, St. Peters- ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
burg commenced Monday.On the sale is not given, the consid- AND RE-
eration was $75,000, which indicates TURN saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.

that Mr. Langford's holdings at that
the 15th of this month the reg- ranch were large. Thursday, June 18th
ular board of medical examiners of
The reason given by Mr. Langfordfor NOT THE DOCTORS FAULTBut
the state of Florida will meet in Pa- ATLANTIC COAST LINE
the sale of the cattle is that his

; latka. I price was offered and his rule of trad- Tickets good on All Regular

Seven hundred and sixteen peoplewere ing is that when conditions are met Trains. Final Limit June 21st. we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

arrested in Tampa last month.Of trade is made. Proportionate low rates from high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
This is the second time in the last
this number the majority were other points.
doctor wrote it.Don't.
few years that Mr. Langford has your
white.A For further information call
owned and disposed of his large hold-

ings in cattle. Each time it has been on or write to
number of alterations are to be
supposed that he has been out of the W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., .
made to the primary school buildingin I ForgetThat
cattle business for good, but he has
Ocala. The building will be remodeled W. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
found it hard to give up a life-long ORLANDOY.
and enlarged.
business and each time he has made
R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger
:i Preparations are already under new purchases. It would not surprise a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
Agent J. G. Kirkland Division
MlLangford's friends if he at an i ,; ,
:', way for a big Fourth of July celebra early date is again an owner of a Passenger Agent be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other pea
The celebra-
tion in St. Augustine.
.: tion will be held at South Beach. large herd of cattle in Lee county or TAMPAPEOPLE'S ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
elsewhere.
-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take
With the arrival of the East and
The formal opening of the Seaside West Coast Railroad from Braden- WANTSMUNNIMAKERS i these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business '
Inn in Daytona with a big dinner and
ball took place Saturday night. The town, Manatee and Palmetto, which People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
road will be in operation by the mid
affair was a very brilliant one.
k dle of July, Arcadia will become the

logical distributing point for large Notices of lost Wanted. For Sale, Fey
The electric light system in St. Pe- Rent etc., for this.column. 25c for one day,
r tersburg is to be extended and manyof wholesale interests, and the new 50c for three days or 11.00 for one week for
steamship line from Boca Grande will 25 words or lees. Money must accompanythe
the streets not now lighted will be advertisements fer this column as no &
further Arcadia's importance in this insertion will be made on credit. DeLaney AbernethyNext
bright in the early future. A string
respect.
a of lights is to be put up all around
FOR SALE
the lake.
BELL ON CROSSING IN CITY A Nursery stock, one, two, three and Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.We
t NUISANCE four year old buds; Foster Early, .
Over $40,000 has been pledged for Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
the installation of water works at ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahlev

Crystal Springs. Enough volume will Orlando, June 11, 1914. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

be provided that the town lot owners I Besides being a grand nuisance insure your life and loan you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTING r
can have all the water they need for bells at railroads crossings in the FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare money on real estate at 6 per cent
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
irrigation. city would not prove to be a safe- bargain; recently completely over- interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Look through your desk and see if
'. guard, as they are often out of order hauled and made good as new in ev- Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which
: and do not at the time ery part; guaranteed first class con- 3-25-d&wtf you are in need. If there is, phoneus
'; Electric lights are the latest big ring very dition; must be sold at once, even at at 24 and we will call, get your
: improvement planned for North when warning should be given. Theyare sacrifice. Come, or address, White Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- order and do the work promptly and

,. Beach by Capt. Paul Capo, and one not practicable for the protectionof Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, : at the lowest price consistent with
our citizens. Gates are the proper 4-23-tf Empire building. 5-27-lm high grade work. It will receive our
the
i that will add greatly to popularity best attention. Sentinel
Court
of the resort. It is of sufficient thing and it is to be hoped that the FOR SALE-Model T runabout Ford Tomato, Egg street.
plant, Pepper Crates
in first class condition ,
city authrities will demand car. fully;
gates or
f power to suitably light hotel, pavilion equipped and good casings all around. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
Record. nothing in the city. Trains make 5-19tf. ford, Fla. Write phone for prices.
or
s and wharf.-St. Augustine For quick sale will take $350. C. B. L H. RAMSDELtOPTOMETRIST
noise enough and be heard. Let's 5-19tf.
can Lindsay, P. 0. Box 569, Orlando,
Senator W. M. Igou sold last week do it right and have gates. Fla., Phone 321. 6-7-lwk. Buy& your garden seed from DeLa

loads of watermelons to JOE DAWSON. big ney Abernethy. Just received a (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likina) Rubber Stamps made to order at *
C. three car FOR SALE-Truck wagon, and light : shipment of fresh seed. 3.13-U Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
i. Mr. Mayo, of Reddick, Fla., for $850. wagon. Apply Central Gardens. .
each and ROOSEVELT TO LECTURE ON 6-12-3t It will to let do ORLANDO, FLORIDA /
Two car loads brought $285 pay you us some I fixed in
Thes melons were loadedon JUNE 19. of your printing. We do it right. If you want your bicycle
one $280. WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere Put money in thy purse by adver- a hurry take it to Warman Repair
at Eustis, Monday and Tues- Subscribe for the Sentinel I 12-5'tf'
cars child can be kept with me. tising in the Sentinel. Shop.
London June Col. Rooseveltwill
day of this week.-Eustis Lake Re- Pleasant surroundings more_ important .
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lecture on his South American than salary.. Address J. C., care

gion. expedition before.. the Royal Geographical -1 I I Sentinel. 5-27-2w .. : I lllllII\\\\\: : : : ::" \i \ \\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\t\\\t\\\tt\\\\\' \\\\\\\ \\\ \ \ -

trade of St. Peters- society e& don on June 19.
The board of

burg is thinking of buying. circus society's He will theater deliver, die where i lecture the in the ORANGE from GROVE Orlando.FOR SALETwomiles Part of the -Irs TIM[ TO [ UP TH[ H US[
., tent for the performance of their big accomo- old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. Mark TAK

"Society Circus" on the Fourth of dation is limited, and only the fellows White, Ocoee., .Fla. 6-6d&wlmo.
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July. It will have a seating capacityof society AN EXPERT automobile mechanic,



$1,000 The 2,000 public to people$1,500.and and school will board cost and of about asking St. hall.address An.athletic Roosevelt a large association audience does not has in desire a been public or-to all rience Route LOST-Brown driver types,2 desires, or of Box motors.salesman 49 position.coat, Orlando.Address on, 10 Familiar road years, R.between G.expe-with B., f FURNISHING R I 1 6 O QUESTION f I IN R REAL[ l I



Petersburg are demanding -
Ocoee and Orlando. Reward. Box
ganized in St. Augustine. It is
that J. W. Asbury be appointed cap- 142, Winter Park, Fla. 6-6-tf

superintendent, although the county italized at $5,000. EARNEST

has refused to confirm his selection. LOST-Somewhere between the court

Parties having mail addressed"J. .house, and. Oscar. Hand, & .Son's. furniture -

: Capt. Paul Capo's-latest improve \ C.," care Sentinel, may have same and store Cooper, or &between Atha's real the estate latterplace Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

ment at North Beach, St. Augustine, by calling at this office. office, an abstract of title in book delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

is an electric light plant, which is NOTICE TO PAVING CONTRACTORS ope.form enclosed Mailed from in large Bartow square, Fla.envel, to pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

being installed by Jack Giller. It will John R. Basinger, Auburndale, Fla. ble In of the word.
light the pavilion, wharf and hotel Sealed proposals will be receivedby Finder please leave at Cooper & every sense

and will be ready soon. the City Commissioners of the Atha's office on Church street and .MliiiliMIMMh IM .. HIIMMiMMIil . .. .
of Orlando receive reward. 6-7.3t
City State of Florida at
the office of the Commissioners, at or
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The Plant City Courier: "One fine before 2 p. m., Tuesday June 16th, FOR RENT | CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

brick building just completed in Plant 1914, for the laying of 130,000 square

City.and four others under way, gives yards of brick pavement. FOR RENT-Two office in ; I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense ) joining -
spaces
Specifications for this
Plant City thirty-three brick struc- improvementmay store at No. 9 \T. Church
our street.
this
be had upon application to the | ; clubs, or any othtrormalitis.. Our salesmen will explain
Come in and will show Pierce
tures, one with ten store fronts. Plant City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after Electric Co.we you. 3-29-tf

City is rapidly becoming a brick May 21st, 1914. We reserve the rightto feature to )'Olt.1111111.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIII.
reject or all bids.E. .
any
city
TO RENT-Some desirable mod-
F. SPERRY very
Mayor.S. CI..IIIIIIII'11111111111111.Kincaid .
A. JOHNSON, 4-26-tf ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.

Commissioner of Public Works.
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Takes Off Freckles 5-26-2tw-3w FOR RENT-Six room house, in first
class condition. No. 210 N. Orange
Removes Tan.Beautify avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Or-
NOTICE TO CONCRETE CONTRACTORS
,
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
your eomple ion. Get l SnowdenFurniture
rid of those freckles. You can Sealed proposals will be received by FOR RENT-To desirable tenant, 7
latest sac in a jar of WIL' City Commissioners of the City room bungalow, corner East Pine
i of Orlando. State of Florida, at the
SON'S FRECKLE CREAMand and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad- '
they'll disappear Severe .. office of the Comissioners, at or be- shaw. 6-10-lw
cases may require two jars- fore 2 p. m., Tuesday. June 16th, -- ,I
of Characterat
no more. We positively guarantee 1914, for the building of 90,000 lineal
this, and if your com- feet more or less of concrete curb. MISCELLANEOUSi I,
pleura isn't fully restored to Specifications for this improvementmay
iU natural beauty, be had upon application to the BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO Prices
we agree to refund yomr Popular
money FRECKLE nL And in addition. City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall ........
WILSON'S CREAM is a fine, fragrant May 21st, 1914. We reserve the
toikt cream. Doesn't cause hair to gr rightto variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's
and does and reject any or all bids.E. Choice
positively remove TAN banana plants at lOc. apiece,
sent FRECKLES.by mail if Try desired.it at our Mammoth risk. Price jars $1.00.SOe- S. A. JOHNSON. F., SPERRY,,Mayor. or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida i iiiiimtitttttt
WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Sc Wilson time to set either. The Bear's Head
Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C.. makers Commissioner of Public Works. Farm, Pine Castle, Fla.

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ADMIRAL HAS PRAISE FORA I ttttt'IIIIIIIIIII"II'III'II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.'lllltI
BIG BARGAIN INORANGE
TAMPA SEAMAN
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According to the report of Rear THE MARKETOf

Admiral Frank Fletcher, J. W. Haw- I I

kins of Tampa, a seaman, was one of II
the heroes at the battle of Vera Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

Cruz, fought recently. So far Mr. Ten acres on beautiful lake :

Hawkins is the only Tampan men- 1 two and one half miles from the : AND SALT MEATS
tioned for heroism during the fight e 1
court house in the fastest :
grow FISH AND GAME
ing in Mexico, although there are

said to be several Tampans of rela ing section of Orange County, :
I !F- ;. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
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navy now in Vera Cruz. S ;01 cI ". fruit Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
Rear Admiral Fletcher's official trees. Fire hundred in

t report, which 'will be printed soon, I Low Round Trip Rates full bearing. This grove is a and pure. .

\ gives the following account: .1 big paying proposition. Owneris We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
"J. W. Hawkins, Tampa, Fla., ordinary {1 FROM JACKSONVILLE
. getting old and must sell. everything in the Meat Line.
CuciaMti
seaman on battleship New St.L M 37.75 Clkai W& $33.00
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Lii 0 *ver 58.10 St Fail 56.75 Loiisvilie. 31.50
Hampshire, to be especially commended rTI Cof rode Spr qt 51.5. Dilutk .x150 Kaoivill 21.40 Present crop on trees indicate
Salt Lab CitJ 71.60 Wiaiipeg 7US Enntrffl 32.25

leans, and with E. J.R. Cantrell G. Hart,,Cincinnati New Or-, r TeOowitoM Seattle Ptrtlaad-...*..> 1N.OO 106.W 78.11 Toroot Mratral Petotkcy. ... ... "55.45 SU8.to Toledo Franck luEaupoli Lick- .-.. .-. 36.30 35.20 41.10 two thousand boxes. Price only The PARLOR MARKET

for using their pieces with good effect I I I to Allea 89.50 Mackiaic .. 53.00 Dttroit. .. .. 43.50 $6,500. Cash $4,000. Balance on
Su fru eel 89.50 Bu&U 47.40 Ckuttiqu 47.40
after being wounded. Hawkinswas Glacier Park US ftialara falls 47.40 Manmoth Cue 30.90 terms.
H. M. Self & Co.
able to rejoin his company after Low rates to other point in Colorado California Canada Minnesota
I ,Michigan,the Great Ltkes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally
receiving medical attention. low rates from other point in the State.
Efforts made yesterday to ascer- Ticket on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct. 31. Cooper & Atha PINE STREET

tain who were the relatives of Haw- I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT
COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. Phone No. 80"tllll"IIII'III'I'IIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIII"lltllllllll1IIIIIII
t LAKE, '
kins in Tampa, proved fruitless. Thereare i 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
Going through St Louis returning through Chicago
several families of that name here I ot vice vena. Liberal stop-overs on all ticket
but none of them who asked were TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three Phone No. 311 I II

acquainted with the Hawkins in ques- through train daily;choice of three different
.! routes. I
tion.-Tampa Tribune.
} '1'I Three dally train to the southwest through New
Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time.Rock .
No dirt. For handsome illustrated Ifll"I".l--
ballast. No dust.
/ ii i'
BABY CUT OF 200 PHONES 0 I"I I booklet of summer tourist resorts rates sleeping .
car reservation and other information address, 4 I .

I I H. C. BRETNEY,
Papal the Real Silencer, However, 1
I Hand PtiMiftr Afcnt
With the Aid of a Shotgun I { III !
134 Wed Bay Street.JACKSONVILLE. .
VI I I jj I 'I .FLA W.lVI. SLEMONS

Atlantic City, N. J. June 11.-The

birth of a baby in the home of Mat- ..

teo Gionotti, of Merlonville, cut off

all for telephone the greater service part of in today that,section to the r: Fare 3 9 New Goods Arriving {Daily

rage of 200 subscribers.The \9 DAILY BETWEEN <

boy arrived at the Gionotti DUFFALO

home Friday shortly after midnight IEVELAND I .

There was no one around to help .,

Matteo celebrate, so he grabbed his ( :
shot gun and proceded to blow holesin
the atmosphere.Mr. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. :
w
Newton, the phone company'swire made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
chief, discovered the lines were THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

useless when he came to work early UogtiSOOter;1Inedth 98 feet,{i chs;S10 etaterooml aDd pulon accoamdating 1300 puwo.pm. Boys Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
Greater ia eat larger in all Prep >-richer in all appoiotmeau-tbaa say simmer oo
this He searched until late
morning. DluIIten oft),.WCKLI; In.ern a J15th.. : Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
this afternoon. Then, oppose Gion- Magnificent Steanur"SEEANDBEE"Cty 01 Eric"aDd"Ctr 01 Buffalo"

otti's place, he found the broken wires Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar i.t to Dee.ht & Co. Best place in the city to trade. )

(hanging lose from the pole, with) ten.Bd Jo '.00 P.H. Leave CWlmd 9:00 P.lt.Arri. .
w ..CeftIaD4. 7JOA.M. Arrive Bd&Io 7.30 A.M.Euun .
about a pound of shot in the cross ( Sundard Tiae)
arm. Gionotti told all about it. New- CoaneetionsatCbvelmdfof fwJB ,.Toledo,DetrohtodtH point 1i'eIt..dSa.thwMolW1.-.d
ti ken roadimg l.twma B.ffal.sad Cleveland are good for traBp rtatio>o> oar Meaner. :
ton started to swear, changed his Ask row bclet{
mind, grinned, said "Hope the kid's THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. CI..l..d., O. W. M. SLEMONS

all right," and started repairs.

ORANGE AVENUE
SENATOR TILLMAN FIGHTING

FOR CUSTODY OF CHILDREN .
To the West and NorthwestVIA ....... ...." .... .... .... ... .. ... ., ,. --

Columbus, S. C., June 10. That at-

orneys for Mrs. Lucy Douglas Till- -- .'==

man, of Cincinnati, Ohio, wife of
DtXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
Benjamin Tillman, Jr., will strongly UIUII1 I IMMMMMMMMMMvMMOur ...
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oppose the petetion of United States SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED I I IMMMfIM
Senator ,Ben. R. Tillman, asking an i
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order from the Supreme Court grant .. .. ..

ing him custody during the monthsof I Dim
July and August of her two daughters Limited. F1rer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Orlando, A. C. L..1ZSlam 1:11pm y Orlando ........................ 1:11pm New Line of Gas RangesWill
Lucy Douglas and Sarah Starr r Jukaondne A. C. 1.... 6 145 am 7:30 pm r Jacksonville ..................... 'ItO pm
Tillman granddaughters of Senator V JacboDril1e. A. c. L... IU am 85 pm Jacksonville A. C. 1. ........... 1:11 pm
"Warcrou. A. C. L..ll:5 am lOSpm "Ware1'Ollo A. C. 4 .............l.:2Ipm
Tillman, when the petition is argued r Macon G. S. A F....... 5:11pm 4:15am r )fawn. Go S. F. .............. 1:41am be in stock sometime in June and we have got to make room for them,
at 4 o'clock today, was the authorized r AUanta, C. of GL...... 8:03pm 'lZia. r AUant& C. of Ga ....,......... 7:'S am consequently we must get rid of the ranges now on our floor, and will sell
r Knoxville, 1. 'N. .............1Upm
statement at the Supreme r Chattanooga W. A A..1lIam 11:55 am r Corbin 1. N. ................ I:1'pm them at the following reductions during June:
Court r Nashville. N c. St. 1. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville. 1. N. .............. 1:00pm Old Price Will Sell For
early in the day. ..........
r Indianapolis oa. 1. .. 1:50
Ar St. Louis. L C.A 1.A N. Z:50 'I %0 am
: am
Attorneys for Senator Tillman are pm A.r Lexington 1. A N. ............ ':$0 pm 1 Three Oven Cabinet Range . . . . .$ O.OO $30.00
in Columbia to appear at the hear- Az Hopkinsville 1. N........... ':%7 pm Ar Cincinanti 1. 6 No ............. 8i0 pm 1 Double Oven Cabinet Range . . . . 40.00 30.00
Ar ET&J1IriIle. 1. N..... 9:28 am f:25 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. A L ..........l:20pm
ing. 2 Double Oven Cabinet Ranges . . . . 35.00 27.50
Ar Terre Haute C. A E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. A L ....... Z:4Spm
Az Chkuo. C. A E. L..... 1:6'pm 6M50am r Cleveland. big Four ............. 1:15am 2 Double Oven Standard Ranges . . . . 20.00 17.50 a
It is reported that the Mexican
soldiers helped themselves J DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED Our Standard No. 187 high oven range will remain at $14.00 until July '
I Solid train competed of section drawing. will be forced to advance this price to $16.00.
they found in the treas- oem sleeping ears, observation compartment Solid train composed of eleetrie lighted 1st, when we
an and dining car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
[ehauntepec National Chicago and section. drawinK-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
the fall of Vera ar between Jacbonrille and St. Louis. Jacksonville. Louisville cane Indianapolis;

DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and i iv
Solid train carrying electric Ilr ted com. Cleveland: also Pullman sleeping ear between ; | Orlando Water & Light Company
artraent. observation sleepers and ehetlfcighted Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
ig t specialty at I section drawinr-room sleepers. Fink ,
lop o' Court $ lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear Thursdays of each week. Dining ear Gas Department
enre meal a la carte. service between Atlanta and CiDciua&i.TICIET8. .


fcsh cut carnationsCaruthera. FOR PULLMAN B2SBBVAT10.NJ AND PfPOKMATIOH. WBH OK CALL 091 lVUvVlVVVVVWrt\V VVVV'.V.'iVV VVl == u'' mm=.
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MISS WillARD MARRIED[ TO .:


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Madrid, June 11.-In the presenceof .
f They are. Our Certificates of De- a brilliant throng with the uni-

posit may be transferred to other par- forms of diplomatists and army and
navy officers forming an attractive 'J N 0 n -.
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ties by endorsement without disturb- contrast with the elaborate gowns A l iVIan( ;1 ;

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ing the accumulated interest, at any and jewels of the women, Miss Belle ,

time. Wyatt Willard, daughter of Mr. Jo- .
; : seph E. Willard, the American ambas- :. ; I :I ;) \I ;"Ill;') .j)
The cent interest will be : 1J'5
4 per ( Iit'y: :
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sador to Spain, and Mrs. Willard, today .LtB(
ready for the rightful owner when pre- became the wife of Kermit Roosevelt -

sented for at maturity. The by a religious ceremony at the "Since
payment I began turning a regular amount over to my
of the British
chapel embassy.
' ,4t Certificate may be renewed with the Madrid was much interested in to- wife each month, I have never had the slightest worry

interest added in, if preferred.HiilMMMMMMItMlMMMMHMMMMMMMIMM. day's ceremonies and crowds throngedthe over household affairs. She regulates expenses so she

streets through which the car- has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great ,
riages with the bridal party passed. business head."

Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, father of ,

the bridegroom, was a center of in-
A THRIFTY: WOMAN
terest. The favor which King Alfonso ( J

and Queen Victoria have showered so
can do wonders toward helping her husband get aheadif
the :
liberally on young couple was
*I mirrored apparently in the sentiments she is given a chance to run her home on a business

I of the multitude. : basis.

We Will Put the Reinsof ican There embassy was activity at an early about hour the Amer-today.As : .:. Come in and start an account for your wife here; :;:

will give her the benefit of other
j'e women's
the hour of noon approached auto- exper
Success in Your mobiles and gala carriages drew up :: : iences. .

at the ambassador's house. A dense .' .'. : Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve )'Ou." ....... ." ..;.,
t Hands mass of people thronged the nearby \
streets when the occupants of the car- "
took their places. ? /L. ,
riages ,
How? By furnishing you witha Prominent in the procession at the
,
,I.church door was the highly decorated c .. -
Fertilizer. Let .
perfect our representative court equipage which brought the dignitary \
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call He will I who served as the representative .
on you. give you a : 'TThAc: ri2r
of the Spanish monarchs at the .
I : .
3 formula that will make and mature I wedding.The D' : v W7: D'r..

fruit. chapel, the scene of the wed- .
; your ding, is in a pavilion which is only one

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: lace and her orange blossoms were
I also intertwined with rare lace.
-- maid of THE
her the
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I the sister of the bride. She wore |
: white satin with a tunic of exquisite

X' PEASWe : pale blue tulle.
Ii : The bridesmaids were clad in dresses -
IN THE TOWN
i I of white tulle, with tunics. They SPOT
: were Her Serene Highness, the Prin-
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: erine Page, daughter of Walter Hines
have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB- : Page, American ambassador in London Y t >'t 't'ti

o ; ; HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming I: de Tillieres; Mademoiselle, and Miss Gilone Virginia de Veneurs'Chris Jesse L. Lasky Presents the Foremost Dramatic Star, Ed-

I ; quantity desired. Price sure right. : tian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An- mund Breese, in the Absorbing Drama

: drew H. Christian, of Richmond, Va.
We carry constantly a full line of crate material oft
I They carried bouquets of yellow orchids -
i "THE MASTER MIND
; aiI'kinds.. : and wore lace with touches of yellow -
: and yellow ribbons tied under the -
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-
: chin.Many A clash of emotions demonstrating the incorrigible on- .
I remarked the of the
; ; riers, etc. Phones 181191. beauty rush of the for A vivid of
r : bride. She is pretty, with a piquant passion revenge. blending ro

I charm of feature. Her clear blond mance, intrigue and the consuming hate for man. A bitter

F'i. Dutton : complexion was heightened a trifle by combat between powerful wrong and tireless right. The
the excitement of the occasion and
: quivering dedication of man's inhumanity and the redeem-
I she smiled slightly as she saw her
5-15-tf. SANFORD, FLORIDA : tall bridegroom approaching to meet ing virtues of love.

: her at the altar. Mr. Roosevelt was
: dressed in conventional garb. You are depriving yourself of a rare treat should you fail to witness

"'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111" The Rev. Dr. Samuel N. Watson, this great picture.

a pastor of the American Protestant "THE HOWZE SISTERS," in their "nifty" way will render a few
tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillSee I Episcopal church in Paris, officiated. I numbers. .
special
He was assisted by the ReV. Herbert I
Brown, chaplain of the British embassy I That five piece Orchestra will play the latest and best program possible.

Our Specials For in Madrid. Come in order that
x The full service of the Protestant early you may secure a seat.

Episcopal church was used. Both'

parties made their replies to the ques- i CHILDREN lOc. :-: ADULTS 20c.
tions of the clergyman in a clear, firm ,
FRIDAY alit SATURDAY! voice, which could be heard in every 1.1.11111111111111111.11111111111101111.111111111111111111 .
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: At the close of the ceremony the. -
bride and bridegroom walked slowly
down the aisle, followed by the mem- of Miss Willard to Oyster Bay as the Third Virginia regiment U. S. V., in GRAND JURY y TO INVESTIGATE[
MISSES HILTON bers of the bridal party. All took guest of Miss Ethel Roosevelt (now the Spanish-American war, and was
& BUM carriages: and automobiles for the Mrs. Richard Derby), sister of Ker- aide de camp on the staff of Major PRIMARY INIllL1SBOROll 4 H HI
Willard home. There was a scene of i mit, who had met Miss Willard at General Fitzhugh Lee in Cuba. lIe I

Agents for Barclay Corsets congratulations. The father of the Hot Springs, Va. was a member of the house of repre- I -
bridegroom was a center of attraction The feeling between the two had sentatives from 1894 to 1902 and was Judge Robles Directs Jury to Look

McCall's almost as great as the newly married been little suspected before their engagement lieutenant governor of Virginia from Into Regularity of the Recent
Patterns couple.An was announcd last January; 1902 to 1906. He is a lawyer and was Election
elaborate wedding breakfastwas In fact, rumor had had Mr. Roosevelt once" owner of the Willard hotel in

lUMIIHIItiK ,44* ., . HIMH served, More than a thousand 'plighted in trth to several other Washington, D. C. Tampa, June .-General investi-
guests attended the reception. Among young women with whom he was inti- Kermit Roosevelt, second son of the gation of all county affairs, includingthe
those present was almost everybody mate. former president, is now 24 years old. holding of the recent state -and
LARGE REWARD OfffRfD fOR the offering reward$500 is for intended a conviction. While of official importance in the life of Miss Willard's father, Joseph E. He was slender a few years ago, but county primary and the charges made
as an incentive the Spanish capital. There were mem- Willard, United States ambassador to his participation in his father's Afri- against the county commissioners
[EVIDENCE[ INBOONE[ CASE A [ to sleuths and officers to work on
the bers of the diplomatic corps repre- Spain, is one of a family which orig- can and South American trips have from the platform, was orderedby
case, local officials have exerted
senting every nation, a large contin- inally came from Vermont and has broadened him out wonderfully until Circuit Judge F. M. Robles when the
themselves unreservedly to secure ev- gent of Spanish grandees and their become wealthy through dealing in he is a young giant. He is a Harvard grand jury reassembled.
Family of the Dead Man Add to Sums idence just to clear up the mystery, wives, and many prominent Ameri- real estate in Washington, D. C., and graduate and played football at college The jury was empaneled at the spe-
Pledged by St. bring the guilty to and
Petersburg party justice cans who had come to Madrid espe- ''later by other fortunate investments.Miss a little. cial spring term of court begun sev-
AuthoritiesSt. lift the cloud from
St. Petersburg. cially for the wedding. An orchestra Belle Wyatt is the eldest of I On the African expedition he was eral weeks ago and remained in session -
played in a side room and there was the two daughters. Miss Mary Eliz- official photographer of the party and until all homicide cases had been
Petersburg, Fla., June 11.-A W. M. Slemons has on sale: New dancing for the younger folk. abeh is still a school girl. also proved himself an expert shot in disposed of when the jury adjourned
total of $1,000 now is offered as a reward Men's Shirts, Men's Underwear,Men's It is understood here that Mr. and The bride of today made her debut the hunting. He graduated from Har- I to a future date, at which time it wad
for evidence in the Boone case Suspenders, Men's Straw Hats, Men's Mrs. Roosevelt will leave soon for Sao two years ago in Richmond, Va., vard in June, 1912, and soon left for 'announced any alleged vio]-
which will lead to the arrest and con- Panama Hats. 6-12-3td-ltw Paulo, Brazil, where Mr. Roosevelt where she was one of the most ad- Brazil, where he took up railroading. ,the Bryan primary bw
viction of the person or persons guiltyof i for some time has been engaged in mired of the younger set. She is On his own account he has made vestigated.
the murder. S. D. Harris, in whose NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet I en neering. He left his business bright in conversation, charming in hunting trips in the Rockies and the
undertaking establishment the exami- potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. North Woods and has written credit- -- -
Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant there to accompany the Roosevelt- manner and pretty, although rather B. Alexander. II j
nation of the body was made, received Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf Rondon exploring expedition throughthe small. She has been prominent socially able magazine articles about his ex Nicholas Longwo
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a letter from the relatives of wilds of the interior of South in Richmond, Washington, Bal- periences.He .
Boone in Kentucky this morning, adding Don't wait for in I has two brothers, Arhc-
every one town to America. I timore, New York and Hot Springs. younger a
$300 more to the sum offered by have Entrican, the painter, before Sketch of the Bride and BridegroomThe I Ambassador Willard married Miss ibald and Quentin, who are still at FOR RENT-SI
you try. Am too busy to look Church and ( -
the county and city together. The HD. Phone 636, and I will be on you the romance which culminated in :"slle .Layton Wyatt, of Baltimore, college. His elder brother, Theodore at 123 Court sty]
1 1r city is offering $200 and the county i is: job. i.20-tf today's marriage started with a visit :.Id., in 1891. He was captain of the Roosevelt, Jr., married Miss Eleanor


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