The morning sentinel
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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 13, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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Johnson Offers to Sprinkle Streets TEACHERS President Will Make Public Full Personnel -

If PROMPT ACTION OOf SN'T fOllOW With Watering Pot But Council Monday Is AnnouncementFrom ARAANlA SOUGHT IN CONE[RENCE[ E



OF CITY ENGINEER Street Commissioner Johnson gota Washington, June 12.-Special.-( ) I DICTATE TilE TERMS
streak of extravagance yesterday ON ALTERNATIVEWRIT THAT'CARRIED POLICIES ON Thomas D. Jones, a Chicago retired
'and asked council for permission to CAME UP BEFORE OTHERS THEY BELIEVED IN lawyer, student and expert of finance,

OMIT ESSENTIAL DE- I buy a street sprinkler. It didn't take JUDGE WHILE HOLDING THE INVESTMENT AS ONE will be named governor of the federal BE MADE IF CONFERENCE IS

TAILS OF FIRST AGREEMENT three seconds for him to get the required reserve board. Other members of the SUCCESSFUL
permission, and the watch dog board, according to the best informa-
Revised plans of the intake which of the city treasury will go to it and YESTERDAYDr. tion obtainable, will be Paul M. Washington, June 12.-Special.-

the Orlando Water and Light com- get a new sprinkler to take the placeof Warburg, of New York; A. C. Miller It
was officially announced today
pany is under contract with the cityto the lame old vehicle that has been J. F. McKinnon, superintendentof York, June 12.Although sev- of San Francisco; E. C. Simmons, that the mediators and American and

construct at Lake Highland, the 'doing serice as such. public instruction, won the first eral of them were stockholders and of St. Louis; W. P. G. Harding, of Huerta delegates had
agreed on
source of the city water supply, were Mr. Johnson approached the subject round in the mandamus proceeding directors in large insurance companies Birmingham; Secretary McAdoo, ex- a
...transfer of the government from
rejected by the city council yesterdayon with diplomacy. He reviewed the history brought in the name of one of the 'and associations, not one of the officio; and Comptroller' Williams, ex-
Huerta, but that the "mode of transference
the recommendation of the city en- of the sprinkler in use, and saidit grammar school teachers to compel great financiers who died last year officio. It was announced at the : was still under discussion."

gineer, Mr. G. R.,Ramsey.Mr. was navigating on five spokes, one him to sign the teachers' salary war- had life insurance policies, with the White House today that the president

Ramsey's reasons for makingthe rim and one tire. "It's just about rants. exception of William F. Havemeyer, would make public the full personnelof It was learned that two modes are

recommendation were that the past going," said the commissioner, The hearing on the alternative writ according to the figures of the Insur- the board Monday.Mr. being considered at Niagara Falls.

new plans omitted essential details "and is now in the hospital. I am came up in Sanford yesterday be- ance Press. Warburg and Mr. Harding are First, the constitutional mode; sec-

which were contained in the original willing to get out and sprinkle the fore Judge James W. Perkins, who is This unusual condition insurance bankers, Mr. Miller is an economistand ond, the arbitrary mode.

plans submitted to and accepted by streets with a watering pot if you engaged in holding circuit court for experts do not attempt to explain. In at present assistant secretary ef The constitutional mode is one by

i the aldermanic council October 16, want me to," said he plaintively, "butI'd Seminole county at that place. previous years it has always been the the interior, Mr. Simmons is a mer- which, under the constitution of Mexico

1913. Among these omissions were rather have a new sprinkler." And Judge Perkins had issued the alternative men who have figured largely before chant, Mr. Jones is not only a lawyerbut Huerta shall abdicate in favor
that settled it. In a jiffy the street the and have had holdings of the minister of foreign affairs.
the charcoal filter gates. writ ordering Supt. McKinnonto public large a student and expert in finance.
commissioner was authorized to pur who have carried insurance with With the appointment and organi- The arbitrary mode is that by which
Revised plans were submitted by show cause why he should not sign I
chase a new sprinkler. the heaviest claims. zation of the board the work of actu- the three parties to the conference at
the company, it is claimed, because the warrants and it was in responseto
soundings at the lake proved the Mayor Sperry then moved the purchase this mandate that Dr. McKinnonmade The first five names in the list of ally organizing the country's new Niagara Falls shall designate a secre-
of for the tary of foreign affairs, who will be
depth to be less than calculations had filing cases cityclerk's answer yesterday, being represented big policy claims paid in New York banking and currency system will get

orovided for in the original plans. office and the city engineer'soffice by Mr. Jos. II. Jones. The city are those of men who died comparatively under way and officials hope to haveit accepted by Huerta.

Mr. Ramsey recognized the necessity and this was granted. school teacher in whose name the pro little known to the general in operation for the crop moving In the constitutional mode the sec-

of making changes on this account, ceeding was brought, Miss Jennie public, although the beneficiaries of period in the autumn. retary selected by Huerta must and

and would have given his approval to Baas, was represented by Mr. LeRoy each received in death benefits a good will be agreed upon in advance by the
UNDR'OOD[ NARROWLY R [ESCAPE S [ three parties at Niagara Falls. It
the revised plans, no doubt, if the revision Giles. sized fortune.J. .

had not omitted the details alluded DEATH[ IN STREET[ CAR A WRECK[ K The action originated in the refusalof Pierpont Morgan, who died in Sv f UPENAULES[ [ [ [ r FOR R sHir P was methods pointed imply out today non-recognition that both these by

to. the to the Italy in March 1913, had no insur-
superintendent sign war ,
CAPTAINS WHO Huerta and that the original
ARE CARELESS[ [ source
The council evidently viewed the j rants of the school teachers at the ance, although he was a large stock-
of appointment will be the media
submission of the plans with such de Democratic Leader Was in Smashup beginning of the school year in Octo j holder and was a director in many rial powejrs. It was definitely stated
tails missing as an attempt on the ber. His refusal was based the insurance companies. Anthony N.
That Came Near to Resulting upon I Secretary Redfield Writes Letter on that until there is absolute agreement
part of the company either to evade double daily sessions of the Orlando Brady, who left an estate valued at
the construction of the filter Seriously Subject With Recent Disastersin by protocol at Niagara signed by the
as orig grammar school, the claim being thatit $75,000,000, had no life insurance. Huerta
inally proposed, or to delay the mat- was impossible for the teachers to The same is true of Benjamin Alt- His Mind remittingthe
power of appointment to the con-
ter further. Washington, June 12.-Oscar W. make a full day of five hours each as man and George II. Hear, each of
ference there will be no discussion of
Councilman Johnson offered a res- .Underwood, majority leader in the I required by law, when the entire whom left an estate of $20,000,000, Washington, June 12.Carelessnesson
persons to fill the offices of the proposed -
olution, which was unanimously house, today was being congratulatedupon I school day was only eight hours and and of James R. Keene, Isaac V. Bro- the part of the vessels' captains in provisional

adopted, that the plans be rejected his narrow escape last night two sets of pupils were being taught kaw, William J. Gaynor, Henry M. the handling of their craft will not government.

because they were not in accord with when a team of runaway horses attached At that time the county treasurer, Flagler and James McCrea. I be tolerated hereafter by the department The state department has sent

the original plans and that "council to a heavy dray crashed into Mr. J. H. Tucker, refused to pay the While his name is not included in i of commerce. With the recent George Carothers to Saltillo to confer

adheres to the plans agreed upon by the street car on which he was riding.The warrants without the signature of the the statistics of 1913, George W. Vanderbilt disasters to the Empress of Irelandin with Carranza. The object of this

the city and further that Commis- [ horses were killed instantly and superintendent, and the court ordered I I I who died a few months ago, the St. Lawrence river and the Old mission is to induce Carranza to abide

sioner Robertson be requested to take the vestibule of the car was shattered.The him to pay them. Matters went along is said to have had in one company Dominion liner Monroe off the Virginia by the protocol.

up with the city solicitor the matterof collision was head on and but thus and the teachers received their I a life policy which called for more coast still fresh in the head of Carranza, it is well understood, for

compelling the Orlando Water and for that fact it is believed serious injuries money until April, when the supreme than a million dollars. This claim, the steamboat inspection service, calling he has proclaimed it from the house

Light company to construct said in- would have resulted to Repre- court handed down an opinion in an when paid, probably will rank as the attention to the recent groundingof tops- will agree to nothing- which

take." sentative Underwood, several of his .analagous case taken up from Marion biggest in many years. I the passenger steamer Iroquois in Huerta approves and it is manifest

Cheney Says :Mistake in Plans colleagues in congress and other pas- county, wherein the court held that The largest claim paid last year the Hudson river for which the cap- that Carothers will have a difficult

When a representative of the Senti- I sengers. the warrants were not valid. To be I was the $318,388 policy held by Albert tain of the Iroquois is said to have I task unless Carranza gets solemn assurance -

nel made known to President John M. "It was one of the narrowest escapes on the safe side the treasurer refusedto F. Holden, who died :May 18th, received a thirty days' suspension in I I I from Argentina, Brazil, Chile

'Cheney the action of council in rejecting I ever had," Representative Un pay any more warrants withoutthe at Cleveland, Ohio. Billington San- license. The secretary is convincedthat and the United States that they will

the plans, he was evidently' derwood said today. superintendent's signature, and ders Wallace, Jr., of Macon, Ga., v.ras the punishment often neted out sustain him as first president of Mex-

much surprised, and said: S the mandamus proceeding was second in the list, with $236,391, and .o vessel captains who are in accidents ico under the new regime, and recog-

"It was my understanding that the TWENTY KILLED IN WRECK ON brought against Dr. McKinnon to was followed consecutively by IsaacA. is insufficient for the gravity of nize him immediately on his arrivalin

plans had been accepted by the city SANTA FE ROAD compel him to affix his signature.As Mekell of New York city, $230,000; the offense. In his letter Secretary Mexico City, not only as defacto

engineer. It was not the intention to stated above, Judge Perkins refused George W. Bennett of Toledo, Ohio,' Redfield says in part: president but as a superior power to

leave the charcoal gates out of the Los Angeles, June 12.Special.Santa ( .) after hearing the case argued, $222,000; Samson Fried of New York "If there is no law to the contraryin the provisional government now be-

plans; if they were omitted it was Fe passenger train number to issue an order requiring the superintendent city, $209,519; John 0. Van Schmidof the I should that ing worked out at Niagara.One .
case say this
plainly a mistake. I haven't gone four, east bound, leaving Los Angelesat to sign. New York cit; }, $200,636, and captain if he had of the most powerful of fac-

over the plans, and can not speak 1:10 p. m., was wrecked at Bag- Emanuel S. Heyman of Chicago, Ill., board at, the time of passengers this accident orl tors at Washington said today thatas

with full'knowledge, but the only revision dad, a small station midway between LOOKS LIKE HARRY THAW WILL I $178,900. should have had his license suspendedat Huerta was now in position to dic-

that I know about was that Barstow and Needles, at 7:45 this POSTPONE VISIT least for the season on its being tate nothing the administration felt

made necessary on account of depth." evening, and reports give the numberof THE LATE POLICEMAN SPELL'S that he had at usual that it was winning out and that me-
proven run speedat
Mr. Cheney said that the intake dead from "a few" to twenty pas Washington, June 12.-Plans for FAMILY TO GET HIS SALARY in diation would succeed.
I a
which the company proposed to build I sengers. The train was heading i in Harry K. Thaw's removal from New f Carranza in a note this morning to
would cost three times as much as on a sidetrack and crashed into Councilman Johnson
an Hampshire to Pennsylvania in cus- yesterday afternoon SEWER LINE WILL BE OPEN FOR the mediators, which was relayed
the intake called for in the contract. engine. A special train was quickly tody of officers to testify in court paid a brief but feeling trib- i CONNECTIONS MONDAYThe here, named three men as his repre-
The company might have compliedwith 'made at Needles and ute to the late
up rushed to the went awry today. Policeman D. J. Spell, sentatives to Niagara. They
is that
the contract by constructing a with who died probability Engineer
scene, physicians and nurses. Instead of presenting an agree- Thursday morning. Fernando Caldron, Luis Cabrera, Jose
will his
filter that would have cost no more ment for such action to the supreme "The city has lost a good and fear- give permission for Vasconcelos all prominent Mexicans.

than a thousand dollars, he said, the BASEBALL RESULTS court for its approval William T. less officer," said Mr. Johnson, "andI the sewer line to be opened Mondayfor Carranza's ,note doesn't touch in
connections. With this end any
kind of intake stipulated in the con- National League Jerome, representing the state of feel a personal loss in his death. I in on the question of armistice or
view the council way
tract would have been worthless and Boston 5, Pittsburg 3. New York, filed a brief in oppositionto believe that we aH do, and I move city yesterday passedan the establishment of a provisional

the company proposed building a filter Philadelphia 5, Cincinnati 1. Thaw's application to release on that his salary for June be paid to ordinance, which appears elsewhere .

that would meet the demands and New York 6, Chicago 7. bail. He declined to say what had his family, and that the clerk be instructed in this issue, requiring a bond government.

serve the purposes which such a Brooklyn 7, St. Louis S. disarranged the reported agreement to write an expression of our of $1,000 to be given by all plumberswho Local constitutionalists announced
to make such today that the Antilla had arrived
structure was intended to serve. American League between interested lawyers and declared sympathy to his wife and children. engage connec-
To Proceed With the Work tions. None but licensed plumbers and unloaded her cargo of arms and
Detroit 1, Boston 0. that any statement must come : This motion was passed, Councilman -
will be permitted to take such work. I they were now on the to Villa.
Simple way
compliance with the contract I
Chicago 0, Washington 5. from Attorney General Carmody at Robertson and Mayor Sperry
would have been much less expensiveto Cleveland I A rigid inspection of the work is to I
1, Philadelphia C. Albany. adding their tributes to the deceased
the company, he claimed. Mr. Che- St. Louis 9, New York 1. Attorneys Stone and Shurtleff for I officer. I'I be maintained while connections are : TILLMAN CHILDREN GO TO SENATOR -
being made. Only the mains in the
ney said moreover that the
company Federal League Thaw said they would file affidavitsin DURING SUMMER
purposed going right ahead with the Chicago 0, Baltimore 4.. rebuttal to Jerome's brief later to- CALIFORNIA VOLCANO AGAIN business sections will be opened at

work and while he didn't know just Indianapolis 55, Pittsburg I. day. Jerome prepared to leave for I ERUPTING this time. .
I Columbia, S. C., June -The supreme -
how long it would take to completeit St. Louis 0, Buffalo 1. New York. Apparently the agree- I I

he thought it likely that it mightbe : Kansas City 5, Brooklyn 1. ment between the lawyers was entire- I Mineral, Cal, June 12.-(Special.) I ALL CANDIDATES FINAL STATEMENTSYesterday FILE THEIR I the custody court of this the morning two little awarded Tillman

done within sixty days.In I Southern League ly abandoned.The I Another eruption, the most severe I girls to Senator and Mrs. Tillman
view of the possibility that the : Memphis 7, Atlanta 6. question of Thaw's release on | since Mount Lassen, which became I was the last day for filing I' the months of July and Au-
omission in the plans was uninten- Mobile 10, Montgomery 3. bail will be taken up by the justices i active two weeks ago, occurred this ; final statements by candidates i in I Mrs. Lucy Dugas, the mother

tional, it seems likely that it will not Nashville 6, Chattanooga 0. of the supreme court at their confer- I evening. Eye witnesses who were I'the' recent primary, and those who i j gust. children and the divorced
of the two ,
be difficult to reach an agreement and Birmingham 16, New Orleans 2. ence tomorrow and a decision may be I within five miles of the summit when | had failed heretofore to file such
that the work will go forward without South Atlantic League announcedIonday.. the eruption occurred declared it )[ statements did so, but all who had I wife of B. R. Tillman, Jr., unsuccessfully
the of Senator
further delay. Charleston 3, Savannah 2. I'['looked as though the entire top of r waited until the last day had spent resisted petition
i have their
I and Mrs. Tillman to grand-
When the plans were first submitted : Jacksonville 3, Albany 2. A sale on Carter's black ink at the mountain had blown off, and they nothing since the last previous state-
to council in October of last yearContinued Augusta 2, Columbia 1. ,j one-half price to close out. A bar- ''estimate the dense black smoke rose ment, and had only to state this to children while their son was absent
from the state.l
( on page 8) Columbus 3, Macon 2. gain. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0. 'to a height of 12,000 feet. be the case. I



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t f Orlando's lust Store Company Quality m It I

t Saturday Another Big Day For The 8to re :

We have will be low. The items we publish below serve to give
arranged to make Saturday worth your while to come; good merchandise priced very
you an idea Hundreds of other bargains thrcughout the store. Just come,when you see what you want you will find the price low enough


Ladies White Corduroy and Felt Hats, the 0 yery Clarks 3 lb. hand packed Tomatoes, Oc
latest styles for mid-summer wear, 8ge 20c. value for -
$2.50 for $1.98 and $1.75 quality

Silks, a beautiful line in plain,Banzia and Granite Libbys value Asparagus for Tips, Regular 35c. 2 5 c
weavesalso Jacquered patternsworthup
2 5
to 75c., extra special Saturday, e \
Libbys Sliced Pineapple, regular 25c 2 Oc
Lawns, Dimity and Batiste, a splendid line of value for -
designs to choose from, worth up to
25c., special Saturday 10e Libbys 3 Ib. can Dill Pickles, regular 15 C
v 20c. value for -
1 Ladies Umbrellas, 26 inch size, rainproof, good
line of handles worth $1.50, special 89c Armours Star and Kinghans Hams, 19c
Saturday. Special, -

I z SATURDAY A NIGHT Specials J i l 1 m 1 10. L Looklllese K t over' f l othey r t J will oro1lie r t siore I '

Toweling, a good heavy quality, 10 39c Triumph Mills T. M. Blend Coffe, a 2 5 c
Y yard limit, special, 10 yards for regular 35c. value for -
If this is not the best coffee for the money call back and your
Ladies Hose,in black and tans, a splendid quality money will be refunded.
for 19 cents. Limit 2 pairs to
,customer -
Ladies Gowns made of a good quality of Nain-

Another lot better than ever, Lawns, White a sook,lace and embroidery trrimmed, 3 9 .
Dimity, Chambray and Dress Ging5 value up to 75c., limit 1 to customer
; hams, worth 10c., 10 yard limit C
Drawers hem-
Childrens Muslin and Cambric ,
stitched wih, three rows tucks, Special
18 Ibs. Fancy Potua Rice for $1.00 this sale C




buyer having made an exceptional purchase of Graniteware, consisting of Preserving
Kettles, Tea Kettles, 10 quart Dish Pans, Coffee Pots and dozens of other useful articles, at about ;
1-4 their regular value, will give the people of Orlando the benefit of it. Some of these pieces I
actually worth up to 65c. Any customer not satisfied with their purchase, we.will
gladly return them 100 per cent. for their bargain. Remember the time, Saturday 10 C.
Night from7.30 to 9.30. Come earlyandget thebest selection.Your choice of any piece I

The Yowell-Duckworth Co.

Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It.

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DEVELOPMENT IX FLORIDA tion, will be one of the largest in Independent, "contracting having been

Florida. The main building will be signed. The new school house will

Leesburg now has twenty-four hour 108x160 feet, with a basement 64x108 cost about $17,000 and be of brick, $ yor.)71t9iIW'fJr t

electric light and power. There will be two loading platforms modernly planned and equipped. The

The contract has been awarded fora 8x200 feet Modern machinery of Independent gives the informationthat

three-ttory hotel at 'Gulfport. riUneeda the very best make will be installedand Largo last term has enrolled And if you wish to hear the world's best music -

Monticello is to have a $15,000 i driven by electric power. The about 200 pupils and expects a great executed by the world's greatest artists -

school building. new plant will be complete and ready increase. The nine-room building to turn your ear this way when our Vic-
to operate by the time the nxt citrus be erected the
during coming summer
Fort Pierce is to have free mail delivery tor and Edison Talking to
at an early date. crop is ready. j will be larger than needed for a while begin play.

The Bradford County Times, publishd but the people are confident that it Nothing finer for the camp or summer
Miami has of
shipped 1,000
tomatoes during the cars at Lake Butler, tells that the will not b a waste of money to plan home. Come in and talk it over and see how
past season.
season has brought for the future.
good returns for -Jacksonville Times-
Fort Pierce is building a new $15- BiscuitA those who raise fruit and vegetables Union. easily and cheaply you can have the educatingand -

Presbyterian church. crisp, clean, nutri- in that section* Some details are I The Fuller Investment and Development refining influence of the best music in

Wildwood is building a $15,000 tious food. given to show what be done : home
Foreverybodyevery. can in Company, a newly organized your or private apartments.
school building.St. Bradford county if one knows how to I concern with $500,000 capital has pur-

Lucie county is about to erecta where. Fresh in the raise strawberries or pottatoes, or I I chased a large tract of Florida land

$75,000 school building at Fort moisture-proof pack- other crops and it appears that the From the Artesian Farm Land Co. W. S. BRANCH, .

Pierce. age, 5 cents soil and climate are there to bringto The tract is located in Clay County, .
An addition is being built to the perfection the good things that near Middleburg and but a short distance -

Presbyterian church at Fort Myers. grow in or above the ground. One from Green Cove Springs. It The Arcade Book and Music Store

The new South Florida & Gulf Rail- man with a patch of seven-eight comprises several thousand acres of

road is progressing steadily on its of an acre cleared $176.75 on his cut-over lands which are said to be

way to Bassenger. strawberries. Another with six the equal of any in the State for all _. .

Jacksonville's exports for the first acres of potatoes will make a net kinds of trucking, citrus fruits, and r

three months of the year 1914 reached profit of $50 an acre on his crop.- corn, oats and sugar cane. FrankD. ,

$8,500,000.The a Jacksonville TimesUnion.The Fuller, the head of the new com-
Atlantic Coast Line is buildinga Y/i DeLand Citrus Growers' Asso- pany, informs the Florida Farmer llammond&Qore

$25,000 station at Green Cove ciation met last week and the following and Homeseeker that their plans contemplate -

Spring ZuZuThe were elected to serve as directors a very tnorough develop FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

Pensacola fishermen caught 50,000 for the ensuing year: T. E. ment of the tract, including the establishment -

pounds of Spanish mackerel in one funny little name Arnold, 0. A. Hatcher, A. T. Patillo, of a first class demon- -- --- --- --

day recently.The of the famous little I. A. Stewart, H. J. Wilmshurst, B. stration farm in charge of an agri REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

Bank of Fort Pierce has awarded ginger that f. Nordman -J. A. cultural
snap puts ;; Scarlet, Matt expert. The company plansto COMPARE
contract for a new building to cost fresh "snap" and Zeigler and C. E. Stewart. T. E. place the tract on the market i in

$35,000. "ginger" into jaded Arnold was made president. Matt tracts of ten acres or more and to
Wilson-Chase Co. will build a five- Ziegler" vice make OUR FURNITURE
appetites scents. president and C. E. on easy payments. Mid

story brick building at St. Peters- Stewart secretary and manager. The dleburg has been decided upon as the

burg soon.Pensacola. exchange has been very successfulthis hub of this activity and every effort We provide the quality of furniture that has long

port will handle the ship- season under the managementof will be put forth by the company been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
tons of steel rails standard of merit. If an article is here it is
ment of 15,000 going good.
Mr. C. E.
Stewart and a good pro- lo make it one of the best towns i in
from Birmingham, Ala., to China. y It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
portion of the crop from this vicin- Clay county.-Farmer and Home-
Kissimmee in Osceola county claimsto this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
ity was shipped through their seeker.
have shipped over two million ing house. The secretary reported pack- this business. and that means much to any buyer.

of fish the ---- --- -- -
pounds during past year. : the following mid-season average for Who is your painter and decorator!

The county commissioners of Polk !I.fruit, f. o. b. 'cars: Oranges, $1,736; I If you are satisfied keep the one you McNffll, & DAVIS BLOCK
county have decided to put down two 'have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, ,
grapefruit, $2,956, and tangerines
miles of sand-oil road ; No. 636. 1-20-tf Cor. Ave. and Church SI.
as an experiment $2,668. Orange Orlando, Ha.

"Construction of a magnficent Read the Morning Sentinel. Price \ J

A Miami authority on limes states GRAHAM CRACKERSThe school house for Largo will commence 10 cents a week. .
that it costs $2.00 barrel to raise
per next week," says the St. Petersburg Read the advertisements daily.IIHHMMMMMHIIMMIMMMMMMMMMIIIMMM.
and market them, and that the sale natural sweetness

price runs from $12 to $20 per bar and nutriment

rel.A. of the wheat are retained *
C. Haynes of DeLand has sixty
giving thema
acres in watermelons and forty-five!
delightful flavor.
acres in cantaloupes, while H. \\. .
xo cents.
Purcell has eighty acres in canta-

loupes. Buy biscuit baked by
Clearwater is going ahead with ORLANDO ;

more paving, which will cost $30,000. NATIONAL

This extends the city's present system BISCUIT

of paving from Fort Harrison

avenue to the Bellevue hotel. COMPANY j Water & Co. j Just arrived car load .

The supreme court, in session at Always look for that name Light

Tallahassee, sustained the order of FORDS for immediate -

the State railroad commissioners
: requiring "

the building of a union pas- delivery.Get .
station at Bartow. I
senger have also been shipped. Private parties
Orange county has sold its $600,000 now
I in the county have also shippeda "
bond issue for building good roads. .
quantity of cucumbers to the Northern -
Bids for the construction of a brick I markets. I F. G. RUSH,

road have been and
system accepted
Earl A. Fonda recently sold the famous Gas Water Ice i Phone 226
the work will begin soon.
Fonda lime plantation on Key
Thirteen vessels recently loaded
Largo to H. G. and R. W. Ralston
48,800 tons of phospiute at the
port fob $37,50 in cash. During th<> last
of Tampa lo* fore ?i' and ccas'.wise: Office No. 18 West Central Ave.
few weeks Mr. Fonda has sold other :---
ports. This is the largest tonnageever
lime plantations on Largo and Elliott .
shipped at one time from that \
keys, aggregating $54,800 to Dr. R. ,

port.The W. Hammons, Dr. E. R. Tuttle, W. J. :
Florida East Coast Railwayhas
completed the erection of a new
and George D. Schaeffer and CharlesD.
freight and station its
passenger on Craik of Watertown, S. D.
main line at South Melbourne, whichis
Leesburg is enjoying the greatest
the home of one of Florida's big .
growth in the history of the town. I
lumber mills, the Union Cypress Com- .
Besides the new citrus exchange pack- .

pany. ing house, fully a score of new bus- 4
Lakeland is one of Florida's best
nes buildings and residences are in ..
cities.! It is now building two large .
course of construction at the present -- -
school buildings to accommodate its MiiiittMHimiomiitMI MM mill IMMMMMMMMHMMMMMMMMMMMM
time. The town's banks show over lllllllliillMIIIIIMMlHi

1,400 school children who require a $200,000 increase in deposits during SUMMER TIME IS I *
force of thirty-five teachers. When
the past five years and the post office -

valuation the new buildings of the city's are school completed propertywill the increased receipts nearly for the$3,000 same period have FLY TIMEAre Orlando Bank & Trust Co

approximate $100,000.The those windows screen
The Harwood tract and the
celery season, whch has just orange ed yet? Patented detachable Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
of Bede
Knox &
grove Bede Company
closed, has been a big one in certain hangers used on all
both located north of Ormond,
sections of the state. From one farm ; screens. No ladder needed
n Volusia county, have recently been RESOURCESReal
in the Manatee section there has beenat to take off or put on

least $50,000 made from celery sold to wealthy Northerners. The when washing windows. Estate, Furniture and Fixtures .$ 26,437.37

alone. It is estimated that the total Harwood tract consists of 3,300 Loans and Discounts 378,166.14
acres of fine hammock land, and the R.JALDRON
celery crop of the season for Florida Overdrafts 1,225.23
trove covers 100 acres. It is the intention Contractor and Builder
Stocks and Bonds
sold for about $1,000,000.Six 26,018.33
wealthy men of Kentucky have of the new owners to plant 410 West Street Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
400 additional acres in orange trees.
bought Stone Mountain, containing Electric lights are assured for >'MIIIIHiltHltlitllMMMIIIMUMMiliMMim .
about 70 acres on beautiful Lake Har- I, $904,906.09
Melbourne. A recent isue of seven
ris. They will spend several thou- LIABILITIES
thousand dollars' worth of electric '
sands of dollars building a handsome light and street improvement bonds Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78
modern club house and six modern Re-Discounts
were sold at par to George A. Mc- For Sale None \
residences, as well as beautifying the Clean of Cambridge Springs, Penn- I Bills payable None ,
entire tract.
sylvania. Five thousand dollars will be
The Seminole bridge in Pinellas -- Deposits 770,793.72Due
spent constructing the pole lines

county, near St. Petersburg, was recently throughout the town and two thou- Modern 8-roomj : to Banks and Bankers 2,832.59
to traffic.
opened The
sand dollars
will be devoted to street
pletion of this bridge across the large improvement Current for lighting House 2 doors : : $901,906.09

bayou is considered an event of great the town.will be taken from the plant
importance to the citizens of Pinellas west of Wyoming : .
of the Union
Cypress Company in Deposits March 4, 1914 .$649,484.91 A
county, and a public celebration was
Melbourne.With .
indulged in. Hotel Bar- ; : Deposits April llth, 1914 770,793.72
watermelons selling? at 2') too *

It is announced that one hundred cents apiece, strawbsrr.'e; at ''') gain.A. Increase in 37 days .%. 1 1,01)8.81) .
acres of Everglades land
cents a box A
grapefruit at 5c. each,
with 25 miles frontage on Lake Okee- Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 521,167.38 1
at 20
chobee, have been purchased by Jas.. oranges fresh from cents per dozen, all I Deposits April llth,*1 914 .,. 770,793.72
nearby gardens and .
A. Moore, of Seattle It groves \ L. Bentley .
Washington. ;
plenty of f '
vegetables from the truck- Increase in 100 days 249,626.34
is said that Mr. Moore expects to **"?, and fishermen !
bringing in great ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUEHave
spend a considerable
the sum of money in quantities of salt water fish, we can !: f Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months. ,
future. property in the near proclaim to the outside world that 'IIIII"II"I II'IIIIIIII. I. i The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

Stuartites are living on the top shelf I.I.I. Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

Up to the present date the Suwan- and canned goods are at a discount. the Sentinel follow you dur- ''! friends and customers for making such a statement pos .

nee River Truck Growers' Assocationhas -Stuart Times. ing the summer months. Address : I" sible. IORLANDO'S

shipped for the growers twenty- The new packing house of the F'or-' I changed as often as desired. Subscribe :
four carloads of COXSEKVATIVE BANK .
cucumbers. A
num da
Exchange at Leeslurg. now-$1.25 for three months. :
; ber of crates of beans and &
squashes which is in ) to.rr'A"'II"IIIIII"111 1111111'111111111111'11111111111'111"1'1"11'1
now process of consnjc- Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. :,,"IIIIIIIIIII"III'IIIIIIII'It"IIIII"III'IIIIIII'11II'llllli llll.rlllll"1K.

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS I WHO is SEARS: I The report comes from Orlando I 1111111111111111111'1111111111"1" "
; that Hugh Sparkman, former private !

Soiitli Florida SentinelMORNING (By W S. Branch) i iI I Since Joe Sears, of Kissimmee, secretary to Congressman Claude I II

the famous showed such remarkable burst of will be the editor of the Or-
AND WEEKLY John W. Coombs, pitcher a l L'Engle,

JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. for the Philadelphia ball team, political speed and won a seat in con lando Sentinel and expects to take

-- --- has been nominated for state Sena- gress against four opponents, the Tri- I I the office in a few weeks. J. Hugh AFTER[ SUPPER[ S4LE l[ '

Entered, M Seeond at the Claw postoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando Florida tor in his home county at Kennebunk, bune has received numerous inquiries: Reese has purchased a half interestin

Maine. He ought to make a home I! Who is Sears the Reporter-Star and will leave

SUBSCRIPTION RATES run and -land at the state house in ,I A comparatively unknown man, and the Sentinel at that time. This gives I \ :

Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 still to be considered young-he is Orlando two of the brightest writers .
Daily, 6 Months .........,............. 2.50 Augusta. I
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 not yet forty=Mr. Sears surprisedthe in the state and there should be no
DaCy. 1 Month ....................... 50 allI I
These are the days when we wisest political dopesters by his dull summer months in Orange coun-

Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1.08 would like to be the swans and spendour performance in the fourth district ty's capital. We welcome Hugh Spark-
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .7i time swimming around in Lake handicap. I man back to the fold and know that

Lucerne and Lake Eola. They are He is a Georgian by birth-which he will feel more at nome in his native -
also the days when some of the prom- pis a point greatly in his favor, to be- clime than he did in Washington.We .

Copy for dkplay tad all ..;her hand- et inent Florida politicians are singing gin with-coming from Smithville in also wish to felicitate the peopleof
advertising nut be handed in at the buunesa
office .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. their swan song, which fable says that good old state. He has lived at Orlando upon gaining a good man,

$ to the chances dab before for publication.contract advertising This rule applies it is the birds sing just before they Kissimmee since he was six years old, for Hugh Sparkman is all of that and

invariable and vifl be strictly adhered to. breathe their last. thus leaving no room for questioning is a credit to any paper and any city.

i i with Florida. He was educated in The president of the Lake Region
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
should notify the office in writing on If one half of the things are true the public schools, the old Florida Press association is proud of the fact

the date of expiration otherwise it will be, that Will Payne tells about the Eu- State college at Lake City, Mercer that two such good men as Sparkmanand
continued at the regular subscription rates
until notice to stop is received ropean railroads in his "TravellingDe university at Macon, Ga., and re- Reese are in his bailiwick.Sanford .

Luxe" articles in the Saturday : ceived the degree of B. L from the Herald.
Evening Post, the U. S. government latter. In 1911, he received the degree The Magnitude of our purchases and our e

ought to grant a life pension to the of A. B. from the University of CITY ORDINANCE strict policy of availing ourselves of all cash discounts -

THE WEATHER officers of the Pullman Company and Florida. He began the practice of AN ORDINANCE to amend an Ordinance
enables in
entitled "Plumbing and Sanitary Code of the up very manyinstances to eliminate
pass a resolution of thanks to even law in Florida in 1897. His first office City of Orlando Florida" approved March
Florida Fair Saturday and Sun- 1 21. 1913. the Jobbing Houses and purchase direct
the Old-New-Haven and Mr. Mellen was member of the county Democrat
Be it Ordained by the City Council of the
from the
day, except local thunder showers in for their considerate treatment, as ic committee. In 1899, he became Orlando, that the following sections be and manufacturers.

north portion. compared with the corporations I: mayor of Kissimmee and in 1907 was entitled the same"Plumbing are hereby and added Sanitary to an Ordinance Code of Saturday night will be a forcible instance of

abroad. chairman of the city council. His the City of Orlando, Florida" approved
I March 21, 1913. the advantages of our buying direct.A .
Huerta seems to be slipping out father was the first superintendent of Section 24. No person (which word includes -

gracefully.The at the various I public instruction of Osceola county a firm or corporation) shall make con clearance
The Commencements nections with the sanitary sewer unless he of several thousand yards of Swiss Spots,
-o- colleges and Universities have left and the son, following in his foot- holds a certificate of qualification as a plumber Embroideried Lawns, Embroideried Crepes, Percales,
under the provisions of the ordinances of
city council is now arousedover the country with a largely increased steps, was elected to the same officein the city. plain and fancy Stripe and Check Lawns, Jacquard Crepes

the intake; heretofore the council number of D. Ds., L. L. Ds., A. Ms.,, 1905 and has held the office ever shall Section be made 25. only Connections in the presence with the of a sewer representative and Lawns, Woven Stripe Crepes, Colored Stripe Piques,

has been most concerned over thaOlltgo. \. B.s, etc., but what the country.J since. The esteem in which he is held. of the Sanitary Department of Two toned striped Ratines, etc., etc., etc.
from his neighbors Is shown by the almost the ti\,.
really needs to stop prices lby I Section 25. Ever person engaged in the
o climbing skyward, is a lot of sensi- unanimous vote he received in business of making sewer connections shall]] The quantity is far too large for us to han-

The mandamus proceeding hasn't ble young men, who do not know his home city and county. He madea pay One to Dollar the, Plumbing before a permit Inspector to the make sum such of dle in one Saturday night's sale or two, or threeor -

succeeded in getting the teachers anything about art or science or the- man-to-man canvass of the districtin connection in each case shall be issued. Whena shall even four. But each Saturday night will be of-
is applied for the applicant
their money. It's good for the teachers ology or music, but know how to holda his race for congress and proved give the name of the owner, number of house fered such a variety and priced so irresistably low

that they don't need the money. plow all day and teach a Durham the equal of his opponents on the name work.of street and name of persons doing the that the last of the Sales will be just as fully attended -

o calf how to drink milk out of a pailat stump. The people who know him Section 27. Notice shall be given to the as the first-but not one should be
I Plumbing Inspector twenty-four hours in ad-
Editor Frank Harris doesn't objectto missed.
night. best are best pleased at his election.He vance of the time when it is proposed to
the slit skirt but he heartily approves will be the first representative in make a connection with, the sewer' so thatan
inspection of the work can be made while
the action of the Atlanta authorities On the 9th of this month a new law congress from the new fourth district the work is in progress. If on completion of
requiring male bathing suitsto and he has before him the the work it is found satisfactory, the Plumbing
which opportu-
went into effect in England, Inspector shall give a final certificate to

have sleeves. provides free legal advice to certainof nity for great usefulness and for a that Section effect 28. Every person proposing to en- HERE GOES FOR THE: FIRST NIGHT

o the poorer classes. Nearly one brilliant and successful public career. gage in the business of making sewer con
Willis Powell has in his old age filed be- -Tampa Tribune. nections shall first file with the City Councila 36-IXCII FAST DYED 27 to 30 INCH SWISS
thousand applications were
bond with surety or sureties to be approvedby PERCALES
been accused of writnig poetry. It'sa fore the law became operative and the Council in the sum of One Thousand 1500 of MUSLINS
t shame that his waited for Dollars conditioned to make the sewer con yards new patterns -
2,000 of the
accuser The South Florida Daily Sentinel, yards new-
of this number about one-half were nections in a good and workmanlike manner in all the
so long; to spring it on him at this applications for legal help in published at Orlando by Josiah Fer- and to indemnify the City against all loss or comenest designs in Spots, coin
time of life is procur- damage to the sewer caused by the making of tional spots, stripes, spots stripes, floral conventional -
reprehensible. ing divorces. The regular fees for ris, has announced that Hugh C. such connections up to the granting of the floral effects, etc., etc.This and geometrical
o will be connected with the final certificate by the Plumbing Inspector. To
such advice in England are said to Sparkman designs. call them
Section 29. Any persons who violates any is a splnedid quality,
Sanford is winding up a rather sen- be so high as to be practically pro- paper as editorial writer. Mr. Sparkman provision of this Ordinance shall be punishedby known as the famous 84 dainty is poorly express
fine of less than dollarsnor ing of the
not twenty-five some
sational term of court during whicha a exquisite
successful Florida editor
hibitive to any except the people of was a more than one hundred dollars. .Count. effects.
man was tried for bigamy and the before entering politics and is now Adopted June 12 1914.E. .
wealth. Possibly America"would begetter F. SPERRY, Mayor. Sold regularly at 15c. These would sell in the
telegraph operator was placed in jail. back to his first love. It has
going where
off if divorces were more ex- Attest: After seven Saturday, noordinary way any
Sanford can always be depended on pensive. often been said that a man who has CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. from 35 to 50c. Yours, after -
6-13-tf length restrictions
to produce interesting doings.The per seven Saturday,
'I' been about a printing office never yard -_____________ _9c for -____________ --ltc
---- --- ---
o That Times-Union man who wrote gets very far away and eventually allows ttiiiiimiimiiii

Zolfo Springs Truth makes a the circus editorial in Thursday's issue I the alluring odors of ink to

suggestion that all can chime in with muts be either a mere kid who draw him back to the desk. The Sentinel T. F. HOURIBAN : COLORED ERED CREPES EMBROID36INCH CLOTH LONG-

when it-says: "Now let those papers i is one of Florida's best .
never went to Barnum's "Greatest papers 1850 yards of Beautiful Chamois
that opposed John N. C. Stockton's Show on Earth," or else he is a and Mr. Sparkman will no doubt do Licensed Plumber and combination effects on finish, fineweight

nomination do just as good work regular Methuselah, who was too old his best to keep it up to the standardset Sanitary Engineer white grounds. Em- -a 15 cent qualitySaturday
Florida. In this workwe broidery colorings are in night any
boosting .for
by Editor Ferris.-Times-Union. Estimates Furnished.
take the children to that Jobbing;
to even once
single, two and threelength for
will be successful Attended ----
hope Promptly to.
they as as famous circus. He speaks of Peter : toned effects that give to 36 INCH
at the said, "I a-fishing." But he caughtall WHITE MADRAS -
polls"The Barnum's Circus." We thought every go PHONE 629 the made garments that
o kinds of fish, while Phineas T. touch of exclusivenessnow
school boy and every old and 106 Court Street The
Live Oak Democrat is booming Barnum fished only for suckers. necessary. Designs quality that Hub-
young man in America, knew the are positively the latest by's best shirts made
A. Hardee for of the I
name of the hero of Bridgeport, our own. from in large of
next house. Mr. Hardee is known to CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand Would exceptional a variety
Conn., was Phineas Taylor Barnhm."Peter" 42llmMHIMIMtlMiiillMIMM
be an able man, but the line-up of the roses. J. M. Caruthers. value at 75c. After Sup- new designs. Sold regularly -
the of the who
was name man 6-8-3t for 25c.
next house is not apparent yet, and per Saturday your Saturdayfor
----- ___ _______23c night ______ -----uYzc
no predictions can be made with any

degree of certainty at this stage of IMIIMMIIMIMMMIMIMIiltlttttfmMttHtltmiMtlttlitttiillMtlMiMM ..

the proceedings. o \ DrinR Benscot Lithia Water \Ve del are it special in any agents quantity and

'( The Ocala Banner thinks that Con- All OAr SPECIALS r[ I l
gressman L'Engle made a mistake by ,' ', to all parts of the city. This mineral water is obtained direct from the springs in :

not moving into the second district. Austell, Ga. $1.50 for 5 gallons; 40C half gallon cents at our fount.

That would have pitted L'Engle DAINTY PARASOLS READY TO WEAR

against Clark. It would have been MCELROY'S PHARMACY stlHIMIttmillMHtlltllMMIIIIIMtilttllimilllMMMMMMMIMMtMIMH:: 200 Going Cheap COSTUMESWe

lots of fun to the spectators but DRUGS have a fine assortment -

something else for the principals. For quick selling and left of the "Pari
sian Models," received a
o to make it easier for selection
few days ago. They are
Frank Clark's lavish way of enter- suitable for occasion
we have made two any
taining his friends in Washington is .. MMMMMIIMilllliMMIIItimillimilltlimiMMMtMHtllllMMMIiltM being made of fine Organdies -

not calculated to attract many visit- lots of these. They are Cheney, Foulards,

ors to share his hospitality, but it all new styles on the "Di- Crepes, Voiles, etc., etc.
Now is your opportun
must be remembered that Frank rectoire" lines- ity to pick up a bargain.

spent his sixy-eight cents on a wager Lot 1-Worth up to $"_.50 They were priced very
that a pleasant evening couldn't be low originally. They are
Saturday __________ 98c still lower for on Saturday I
had on a sum less than a dollar.' ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
Lot 2- Worth up to $4.00 your choice at a fur
o ther discount of 20 PER
The anti-divisionists won in DeSoto Commencement Day-an important event in the all day Saturday __ $1.49 CENT.
lives of people should receive some fitting markof
county, and thus a quietus has been young
placed on the movement there for at appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the
least two years. Like the famous occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of MENT DEPARTMEN'S CLOTHING

ghost, however, it will rise again, Jewelry? Saturday Night"Campbells" SALE
Continues with increased
and eventually the princely domain of and "Ready
DeSoto will be divided; it's sure to DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Maid" Soups, 3 for __23c enthusiasm, as the days
10 Ib pail of Snowdrift roll on. Not to be a purchaser

come. We direct the attention ef relatives and friends to Lard :---- --- __$1.05;; put you in the leisure

o-- the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this 4 Ib pail of SnowdrIft class, to whom the
Lard 43c
Clearwater is to secure some of its ----- --
store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- All 50c Preserves ____lOc high coil of living has

valuable water front for municipal est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- All 35 c Preserves __.30cAll no terrors-get out of the

purposes early, if the Sun, publishedby mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val- Day Saturday Rut.
Willis Powell at that place, suc- Golden Dale Butter per
and assortment.A .
ceeds in carrying out his idea. Clearwater ues Ib _____ __________30c These are necessary for
visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno Puffed Wheat 3 for _25c a hot day.

is destined to become a city of obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. Puffed Rice 2 for ___25c Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs -
importance, and she can not too early Fresh Graham Flour per full size Regular

begin to secure water front to her Ib --- --- --- ____3c
own It has been the history I Baby Van Camp's Cream, selling 15c each. Satur-
purposes. 4- dozen _____ __ ____43c day 2 for ___________13c
of every town on water that
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action in this important matter was -

deferred until too late.

Those who feared o that no good results -
I .IY [ CO.
would come from the confer- DI O

ences at Niagara will have cause to

be glad at the cheerful news that ,
I the JewelerOPPOSITE H
comes from the mediation caucus. It

begins to look as if the mediators will DEPARTMENTAL STORrOrange

be able to work order out of chaos.If ___

they do they will be due the grati- POSTOFFICE
tude of the civilized world, and the Ave., Or lando's Favorite Shopping place
three little republics, Argentina,

Chile and Brazil, will be held in higher EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAWG HIHIIIMMII

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THE TUNER I ------
briIlill i I Tallahassee June 11. The State
1 0 5 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. v. Board of Equalization of railroad,

telegraph and Pullman properties for
i 1 Admission 5 cents Ie V U
5 taxation, composed of the Comptroller -

\ Mr. A. R. Wrenn left yesterday for iDdllDODallDODallDODallDCDQllDCa Attorney General and Treasurer, "Get II iThat t llen's"

. J Indian Springs, Ga., for a week's trip. i rs PROGRAM had a busy session this week. Offi-
BUYS AND cials of all the railroad
I Col. T. J. Watkins has gone to Indian Nestor. "The Mexican's Last Raid." '

J Springs, Ga., to take a short va- ESTATE A Western melodrama. lines of the State have been before ... -
i t.J cation. REAL Joker Comedy. "Mike and Jake in the board arguing their respectivecauses 111'

Society." for two days. In addition to
t I Mrs. Roy Crabb left yesterday for Costal. "Charlie's Rival. A rich
their oral argument, a voluminous
) Plant to spend few days with comedy with Vivian. V
City a GiftYou
,, her 600 acres south of Winter Miss Cora Barnes drew the dishes mass of briefs, statistcs, etc., are be-
yesterday. There will be another set ing filed.

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Barringtonleave Garden and west of given away next Friday. June 19. As was announced some time ago
Come and get the lucky number. .
) today for Hawthorne to visit i ii Gotha, including 10 acre the Tax Commission and Tax Asses- have no trouble in selectingthat

for a few weeks. 1 The ---- : sors of the State have agreed to an

i / orange grove. en- CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM AT assessed value of 50 per cent throughout Birthday; Wedding or Anniversary
, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Eveleth have returned -
covered with
tire tract BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY the State and in all the countieson
fA to Orlando after a few weeks' Present at our store.
f\ visit the West Coast. yellow pine timber. Two > real and personal property. The
on '
miles of lake shore. The Children's Day program \\illbe equalization board having in chargethe We have a complete line .of
I Mr. James King returned yesterday given at the Baptist church next assessment of the railroad

I from Pittsburg, Pa., where he has 4-23-1 I Sunday Sunday school morning.services The of church the morning and- has made some raises in the property as-- O Jewelry, Silverware (sterling It D

1 been for the past two months. will be thrown together and there I sessed value of railroad propertiesto plated) and the newest ideas in

Mrs. Geo. D. Marsh and daughter, +MimiiimiiiiimiMtDAUGHTERS I.will be only one service, which will' correspond with the 50 per cent
begin promptly at 10 o'clock. cut .
Miss Sarah, of Minneola, are visitingMrs. The program follows: value of real and personal property. glass.A

J. A. Abberger on Liberty street. TO HEAR PATRIOTIC Organ prelude. The railroad officials are here argu- look before you buy will

Miss Ella Mae Wallace, who is em- SERMON SUNDAY Anthem by the choir. ing strongly against these raises. .

ployed by the Dickson-Ives company, Prayer by by the the superintendent.Song school, "Uplifted. There came on for hearing today pay you.Allen. '

left yesterday for Jacksonville and Sunday, June 14th, being flag day, Voices." No. 146. before the railroad commissioners at

Atlanta on a vacation.Mr. the members of the Orlando chapterof Responsive reading, Ps. 91. First, their office the proposed constructionof

and Mrs. Wallace Thompsonand the Daughters of the American by Junion Philatheas; second, by Jun- a new pasesnger depot by the Sea-
ior Baracas. & Co.
granddaughter, Miss Marian Revolution have asked Dr. Stagg to Prayer by assistant superintendent. board Aair Line Railway at Baldwin, ,

Thompson, left yesterday for Liver- preach a patriotic sermon at the! Song by the school, No. 12. Fla. R. E. Poppell and D. J. Parish,,

more, Maine, to spend the summer. morning service of the Presbyterianchurch. Address of welcome, Miss Barnes, of Baldwin, appeared for the ctizensof Jewelers

president of Philathea class. their town and argued, from their
Mr. Payson Branch has gone backto Solo, "The New Kingdom," Mr. Geo.
All members of the D. A. R., either standpoint their needs of improved de- U
Miami to accept a position. Mr. W. Phillips. Prompt Repairing"
Branch is a fine musician and Miami resident or visiting, are requested to Exercises: depot facilities. The railway company !

meet at the home of Mrs. Ford, South ((1)) "The Summer's Whispered Se- was represented by II. W. Purvis, superintendent Everything Guaranteed.
could not without him any longer. "
Main street, at a quarter to eleven crets. ; L. S. Peck, trainmaster,
Mrs. Jos. Magruder underwent a 2)) Primary song, "Little Golden
o'clock on Sunday morning next. Sunbeams." nd W. J. Gooding, division engineer.
minor at the Church Home
operation Jessie Mallory Thayer, Regent Or- ((3)) Recitation, "Growing," Eliza- The matter was fully heard, and the
and Hospital on Wednesday and will lando chapter D. A. R. beth Young. commissioners took it under advisement -
be able to be out again in a short ((4)) "A Child's Time Table," Walter -

time.Mr. Messrs. F. M. O'Byrne and M. A. ((5)) Song, "Daffodils and Daisies.
and Mrs. F. A. Curtis, Mrs. B. (6)) Recitation, "Smile Wherever
Van Dyne of the Painter Fertilizer ORLANDO VISITOR RUNS FOR c! 11tI8UP
M. Robinson and three little girls, and You Go," Georgia Boyle. CONGRESS IN OHIO DISTRICT ==E30IiHMMIItMMMMMttHllt==
were in town yesterday. "
Mr. 0. T. Switzer leave today by automobile ((7)) "Lessons From the Leaves

for Daytona Beach to spend Mrs. J. A. P. Lane-will leave in a Mrs. Robero's and Mrs. McKinney's

few days for an extended trip throughthe classes. The Sentinel has received a marked
weeks. '
two Song, "Pass the Good Along, by
West. She will spend a, goodly .copy of the Ashtabula, 0., Beacon
Miss Young's and Mrs. Hungerford'sclasses.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin, Mr. and 4t
portion of the time in Oklahoma.Mrs. containing the following notice: fle
Mrs. J. W. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs.J. nfl.
Lane has been living at 300 East Short address by the pastor, "The Dr. W. S. King, of Ashtabula, has y -- --r /- ... -,- ? ,
H. Vick and their families left -
yes- Sunday School as an Evangelizing
Concord. come out for the Democratic nomination -
terday in automobiles for Rock Agency."

Springs, where they spent the day Among those who pleasantly spent Short address, Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, for congress.He Morton's Table Salt
put his in circulation
Lesson. petitions
Thursday afternoon at Wekiwa "The Heart of the
picnicking, Mr. and Mrs. Collection by classes. this afternoon in all three counties of Never gets moist or cloggs your salt shaker ;
Springs were
Miss Marian Cary-Elwes has returned Song, "Workers All With God Are the new nineteenth district.Dr. .
Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Merle McElroy, We."
after pleasant visit of sev- Pure Horse Radish
Miss Mary Robinson, Miss Fannie Exercises, "Jesus the King." King expects to secure a suffi-
eral weeks at the home of her brother The church's cient number of signatures within
Robinson Mr. Marion Ives Mr. Wil- weekly offering.
Good for the hot weather.
Rev. Herbert Cary-Elwes, at Mel- Closing song. two days to put him in the race without ; an appetizer during |
ber Tilden, Mr. Donald Cheney, Mr.
Benediction.DEATH t
bourne, where he has charge of the fail. \
and Mrs. Robt. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. ParowaxFor
Episcopal church. Dr. is 'I
Waters Howe, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. OF MRS. GERTRUDE King a known physician

Hon. Eph L. Brown, of Fort Christ- Duckworth and children, Miss Eunice SPRAGUE OSBORNEMrs. of this city and is at present a mem- sealing jelly tumblers or fruit jars. Laun-

mas, was in the city Wednesday.. ber of the Ohio legislature. He was
Ives, and Finch Scruggs, Jr. Gertrude Sprague Osborne, : dry use also.
Mr. Brown is a member of the Orange the first Democrat ever elected to
Tidings have been received of the wife of Randall Osborne, and daughter -
county board of county commis- that position from this county since
safe arrival in England of Mrs. Al- of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sprague,
sioners and a live wire in his com- the civil war at least.
gernon Haden and Rev. A. A. Rickert, '''of Scranton, Pa., and Altamonte
munity. Sanford Herald. Dr. King is a typical candidate for
who were among the passengers on Springs, died at her home in Scran- THE SANITARY GROCERY
Col. C. P. Dickinson is the the Democratic party. lie is a
among the steamship Devonian, of the Leyland ton, on Monday, June 8th, after an
prominent attorneys from Orlando. Line, leaving Boston for Liver- illness of several months. straight out administration partisan i CARUTHERS & GORE
here today attending court. He wasa both in Ohio and the nation.Dr. .
pool on May 23rd, and arriving on Mrs. Osborne spent several wintersin
candidate for the but King is a regular winter visitorto
legislature June 1st. Mrs. Haden will spend part' Florida as a guest of her father 1 Phone 290 6 & 8 E Pine Street
defeated with Orlando. He formerly practiced
was along Joe Hugh of the summer with her sister, Mrs. and mother, and has many friends in
Reese, and two good men fell there. dentistry here, but removed to Ash-
Smythe, formerly a resident here, this vicinity who will extend their
Sanford Hrald. tabula to live and since then has been
whose many friends would eagerly deepest sympathy to her bereaved CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
coming to this city with his wife and
Attorney and Mrs. E. W. Davis returned welcome her return to Orlando. Mr.Rickert's family. Mrs. Osborne was a beautiful -
mother for the winters. He at : FUNERAL DESIGNSiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiimiiiiifflyii
yesterday from a delightful headquarters will be with '. young woman highly accom- stops ;

outing at Daytona Beach, where they relatives in South Godstone, where it plished and with unusual sweetnessand Mrs. Roland's on South Main. The ;
doctor has a large number of friends ..II. .
.were the guests of Judge Bullock, is hoped the change and rest will beauty of character, and her

and, in company with their attractive prove beneficial death is a great sorrow to her fam- and acquaintances who will be interested -

children, Sarah, Robert and William, ily and friends. She leaves besides to learn of his political ambi- tlllllllMIIMIIIHMMft:i I The Sentinel is the newsiest aid
tion, and be pleased to read later of best printed daily in Central Florida
will leave today for their
summer Hugh C. Sparkman, private secre- her husband and father and mothertwo
home at Shell Island, on the gulf. tary to Claude L'Engle, gets out of little girls' aged three and seven his success. I Sentinel want advertising serves
Messrs. William Lewter Clarence For Sale I the seeker and the offerer equally.T. .
Washington ahead of his chief. He I years. The funeral took place on
Magruder left with them to spend has become editor of the Orlando Sen- Wednesday in Scranton. COXCERTT BAND STAND TONIGHT -

several weeks as the guests of Mr. tinel, succeeding Joe Reese, who is OR I S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
2, Orlando.
Robert Davis. now half owner and editor of the Re- BANDMEN, ATTENTION! 3-5-tf
Attention is called to the fact that
porter-Star. Mr. Sparkman is an old All members of the 0. C. Band are EXCHANGEFive :

SLEEPER OX S. A. L. ,timer at the newspaper game and ,'requested to assemble at the band the regular concert will be played at 'IIII'III'IIIII'IIIIIIII'I'

only left it to get an insight into room at 7:30 sharp tonight. Capsto the band stand tonight instead of on Room House, built !
The Seaboard Air Line has the streets as has been the practice i I Shoe
put a Washington affairs.-Tampa Tribune. be I', Repairing
sleeper back on the evening train I worn.A. heretofore. The reason for this is of cement 24x36,
A. PATCH, Director.Eat .
which leaves Orlando at 7 p. m. and FOR SALE-Palm Beach Suits, that it will not only make it easier Cartright shinglFs, two ; .i I: ; by PARCEL POST

arrives in Jacksonville early the next :Mohair Suits, Lines Suits, Black Alpaca what you want for the boys in giving them a placeto lots 1010x150, some young \\j( P m &

morning. This goes into effect on Coats, Blue Serge Summer Eat all you want. sit down during the concert but \'

Sunday, June 14th, and adds greatlyto Coats. Newly arrived. W. M. Siem Take a postscript and forget it. will also give the people who wish to peach, orange and grape- I* Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc

the convenience of the public. ons. 6-12-3td-ltw For sale by all druggists. enjoy the music a chance to sit down fruit trees. Driven well I i I Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c

l-7-d&w.lyr and do so without blockading the I II' | Children's Half Soles, $0c to 7SC
200 feet. Hand Turned Soles, $l.ou
streets. Following is the
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MHIMM MMMMMMHMIMHMi 11111111111111111... 2. Wera H. __________________Walt 9. All work returned in 24 hours.
3. Twilight Echoes _______Serenade Box 424 j | Orders without remittance re-
4. Capital Hill ----__________March i I turned C. 0. D. We pay
5. La Belle ..v--------____Overture I return postage.
) RJCRNTODAY 6. Grand March No. 6________March Kissimmee Florida
7. Gleaming Stars ________Serenade A

8. Verona __________________ Waltz A. Hanson
9. Schottische ____________*________ 6-8-im
10. Thunder Mountain _______March I5T East Pine Street ;

Extras, optional. IIIIIIHiilllllllMIMHSHORT ORLANDO FLORIDA i I IM 1
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"IN 1"1[= MOONlIG"1" a beautiful two reel American feature, with Ed. AT THE LUCERNE Ii II I I MMMIIIIiIMIMj

Coxen and Winifred Groenwood in the leading The "Mysterious Duo" at the Lu-
till 11111 11I11 I1II1 1111 I I' If your paper is not delivered
roles. ** cerne last night sang some very beautiful III j'
selections in a most pleasing promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

manner. These young ladies both live JUST OPENED
"Our Mutual Girl, showing a little bit of everything. here, and while it has not been possi- I

ble for us to ascertain their names, WOOD, COAL AND ICE

they certainly deserve great praise PO PE'S 'I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
"Red Sweeney's Defeat, a good American. and credit and gave those who heard i Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
them treat. will
a They probably

sing again in the very near future, LUNCH COUNTER
"For the Love of Mabel, another Keystone comedy. possibly tonight, although this,is not !
sure. 1 Sentinel want ads. are money get

It is seldom that we have occasionto ORDERS ALL HOURS : ters. Try them.OSTEOPATHY.
; That Dollar, Box of Candy and the Pass will be given hear such excellent local talent
away without paying the prices of the big
again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. shows, and all lovers of real music TRY OUR

:I should make it a point to hear them

i First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents : when they appear again.-Adv. SODA FOUNTAINOPEN

Eat what you want. DAY AND NIGHT a
Eat all
you want. I
j Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if Take a postscript and forget it. i
accompanied i POPE & BUTT PROPS Hours, 1012, 35, and by appointment
For sale all
by durggists. I
| \ by adult first floor
purchasing ticket.
l-7-d&w-lyi II I No extra charge for house treatment
.r' I Telephone connections
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" Better Yourself?

Royal Cement Agalite Plaster and Perfection Lime
3z 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 OH the basis of

DAILY SPORT LETTERBy I NO DANGER Of HAVING TOO MUCH [ superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

all right then why not to the
are put us test.
5 ( Frank G. Menke) CITRUS fRUIT ,GROWN $3.00FROM

New York, June .-Charlie Reed
died the other day, but the memoryof Dr. Ross Takes the View That the This Way

his 50 years' of helpful connection Country Will Always Pro- j
with the turf history of America will
duce the Market I ORLANDOTO
live for always.It Your doctor givesYou, a prescription-He did it after carefully diagnosing your l
was Reed who first recognizedthat
"Under favorable conditions Polk case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
N. Y. of the
Saratoga; was one
County alone, when groves now in
garden spots of the world. It was bearing, those that are being planted, JACKSONVILLE AND RE- ; if your prescribtion had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have

he who boosted most for Saratoga and those to be planted in the imme- saved the trouble of going to your doctor again. .
end it was his money that helped to \ .
diate future are in bearing will pro- .
make Saratoga one of the greatest duce 4,000,000 boxes of citrus fruit Thursday, June 18th
racing centers in the world. Reed '
annually. DOCTORS FAULTBut
once was part owner
That is what Dr. J. H. Ross, pres-
Saratoga club, and his $100,000 homein ident of the Florida Citrus Exchange, Tickets good on All Regular
little New York town
the quaint
who was re-elected at the annual Trains. Final Limit June 21st. we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof
the finest in
one country.
meeting of the board of directors of
t But the thing that made Reed the exchange Wednesday said when Proportionate low rates from high quality would have been used. Your.prescription would have been filled justas

j\ more famous than anything else was asked in regard to the possibility of other points. your doctor wrote it.Don't.

the fact that in 1891, at an auction over-production of citrus fruit in the For further information call

sale, he bid the unprecedented price immediate future, says the Tampa on or write to
k of $100,000 for a race horse, al
Tribune. W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A.,
though a bid of $60,000 probably could ForgetThat
President Ross said that he
would have given him ownership of w. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
remember the time when less than
the horse, the stallion Sir. Blaise. ORLANDOY.
one half of the productive corn land of
The sale took place soon after the the Mississippi valley and the grain R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger -
death of August Belmont, father of a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
producing West was in cultivation.The Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Di-
the present August Belmont, who is corn sold as low as ten cents per vision Passenger Agent be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other pea

one of the foremost The men executors in the rac-of bushel, frequently in those days, and !I TAMPAPEOPLE'S ple, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortunate
ing game today. ricks of it
great were piled along
Belmont's estate placed most of the :I the right of way of the Western up rail- u ___ _, -it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own." Take

best horses in the Belmont stables on roads and permitted to rot in the sun ,V ANTSIUNNIMAKERS these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business
the auction ring.
and storms because there was no mar- who live out of town mail their orders-we
Blaise in those ranked People may us pay postage.
Sir days, as
ket for the product. Millions of bush-
one of the greatest racing horses in els were burned for fuel and other !

; the land. Many horsemen came pre- millions were burned in the shock and ,
i Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale For
pared to bid a big figure for him- on the stalk when time came to plant I Bent etc, for this column. 25c for one day
I We for three days'or 11.00 for one week for
but Reed came to buy him. He had
the new crop. 25 words or less. Money must accompany
seen the horse in action. He had the advertisements far this column as no &
"And said President
now, Ross, insertions will be made on credit. DeLaney Abernethy
I fondled and petted him after many of "with the marvelously increased area
his wonderful and he had
races come
in cultivation and with
improved FOR SALE .
to love the animal. I methods of cultivation by which the Nursery stock, one, two, three and Next Door lOc Store. Orlando Florida.We
Bill the
After Easton, auctioneer, I production by the acre has been won- four year old buds; Foster Early, .
{ eulogized the horse he was led into derfully increased, the product is Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
'd I the ring for inspection.? Then Easton worth 65 cents to the coveted $1 a ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle*
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
asked for bids.
bushel, and the demand never is fully
"25,000," spoke up a voice at Easton's supplied." insure your life and loan you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTINGLook
FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster money on real estate at 6 per cent
left. ; rare
It is cherished of Presi- AND DO ALL KINDS OF
a theory interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co. ,
bargain; recently completely over- through desk and if
$35,000, cried another and before your see
dent Ross that this country as it hauled and made good as new in every Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRING there is not some stationery of which
Easton could ask for another bid, a grows and becomes more prosperousand part;; guaranteed first class con- 325d&wtfDean you are in need. If there is, phoneus
voice made it "$40,000." richer from year to year will fur; dition; must be sold at once, even at at 24 and we will call,'get your
For a few minutes this bid stood nish the demand and the market for sacrifice. Come, or address, White E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- order and do the work promptly and
Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. fectant, Manti Tonic. Office
room 22, at the lowest price consistent with
and then
high came a $45,000 offer,,
all of the citrus fruit the country will 4-23-tf Empire building. 5-27-lm high grade work. It will receive our
followed in a few minutes by a $50- be able to produce.An best attention. Sentinel, Court street.

: 000 bid. The crowd gasped a bit- impressive thought of the state- FOR car,SALE-Model in first class T condition runabout, fully Ford Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,

$50,000 in those days for a .racehorse ment of Dr. Ross in regard to the equipped and good casings all around. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-

h looked like a tremendous lot of production of citrus fruit was con- For quick sale will take $350. C. B. 519tf. DR. L H. RAMSDELt ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
money. Lindsay, P. 0. Box 569, Orlando, 519tf.
tained in the statement that elim-
Buy garden seed from
Fla., Phone 321. 67lwk. your DeLa- OPTOMETRIST
x And then, just as it seemed as if inating the lowlands, not adapted to ney & Abernethy. Just received a
r k the $50,000 bidder would become the the production of the groves, all Flor- FOR SALE-Truck wagon, and light big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdna) Warma Rubber's Stamps Repair Shop.125if.made to order at.

owner of the great stallion, a voice ida in he latitude where the groves wagon. Apply Central Gardens.I I FLORIDAPut j
far in the rear boomed forth: be successfully cultivated 6-12-3t It will pay you to let us do some in
may may bicycle fixed
"My bid is $100,000." be embraced in a territory about,fifty WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere of your printing. We do it right. money in thy purse by adver- a If hurry you take want it yonr to Warmansi Repair

S It was the voice of Reed. The miles square. The markets ofthe child can be kept with me. Subscribe for the Sentinel. tising in the Sentinel Shop. 125ltf<
crowd seemed stunned. A bid of that Pleasant surroundings more important -
country as the citrus fruits grow in
than salary. Address J. C., -'
y amount act that was it an seemed unheard could of be thingan com-- popularity at remunerative will consume prices the, Dr.productand Ross Sentinel. 5-27-2w ftlMM J1 Bi" "Jliiiii.iiiiii" ." \\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\iiiiiii\\\ \ \ \\\\\ iiit' fMMFPMN" +.HM,:et11'S

mitted only by a crazy man. The believes. ORANGE GROVE FOR SALETwomiles
crowd forgot all else in its amaze- The board of directors. the Flor- from Orlando. Part of the

ment over Reed's bid, and Reed im- ida Citrus Exchange met yesterdayin old White Holden, Ocoee grove., Fla. Write,6-6d&wlmo.:Mrs Mark TIDE[ TO TAKE[ UP 1[ HOUSE

mediately became the cynosure of every the offices in the Citizens bank -- --- --- -- -- -
pair of eyes in the room. Even building, reviewed the work of the AN EXPERT automobile mechanic,

Easton so he was found dazed control, but of in his a minuteor voice, past work year for, the in a ensuing measure season outlined, and the all rience driver types, desires of or motors.salesman position.Address, 10 Familiar years R. G.expe-with B.,


and huskily looking: around the room, said elected The officers officers.elected are:( Dr. J. H. Route LOST-Brown 2, Box 49 coat, Orlando.on road between Q QUESTION

"Gentlemen, are there any other of- Ross, Florence Villa, second term as Ocoee and Orlando. Reward. Box

fers? $100,000 has been bid for this president; W. T. Carter, Miami, first 142, Winter Park, Fla. 6-6-tf

horse. It is the greatest bid in the vice-president; E. L Pearce, Clear- E.A..E TESTOur
LOST-Somewhere between the court
history of the American turf. Have water, second vice-president; L. D. house and Oscar Hand & Son's fur-

you all done? All done The stal- Jones, businee manager second year; niture store, or between the latter
stock of and
lion, Sir Blaise, is sold to Mr. Charles F. L Skelley, general sales manager; I place and Cooper & Alha's real estate Rugs, Draperies are a positive *

Reed. Amid the wildest cheers, Reed kludge Williab Hunter, attorney; office, an abstract of title in book delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

stepped forward, paid over the $100- Frank Haizlip, cashier; E. D. Dow, ope.form enclosed Mailed from in large Bartow square, Fla.envet-, to pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona- .

000 andtriumphantly led his horse out traffic manager.All John R. Basinger, Auburndale, Fla. ble in of the word. I
into the open and fondled him. Some officers are elected for the term Finder please leave at Cooper & every sense

of his friends came forward and ask- of one year. Atha's office on Church street and JtMIIIIIIIIMmrmilllttMlirUMMilllllMMMIMIIIIMMtMjCHARGE
receive reward. 6-7-3t
ed him: The board of directors reorganized

"Charlie, why did you go to $100- yesterday with members newly elect- ----FOR- RENT ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

000 all in one jump? If you'd have ed or re-elected, as follows:
to purchase goods on extended without the expense ) joining -
bid $55,000 or $60,000 you probably S. C. Warner, Palatka; W. T. Car- FOR RENT-Two office spaces in

would have gotten him and saved the ter, Miami; L W. Tilden, Winter Gar- our store at No. 9 W. Church street. clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
extra $40,000 or $45,000." den; J. H. Ross, Florence Villa; J. }1. Come in and we will show you. Pierce
Electric Co. 3-29-tf .
"Perhaps I would," responded Reed. Weeks, Punta Gorda; Edward Park- feature to you.

"But I wanted this 'horse and I inson, Alva; H. L. Borland, Citra; H. TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-
wouldn't cheapen him I houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. IMMMMttMtlMIIIMIJItlMtMHtlMtlMIMMHMMKincaid . .
by bidding in R. Kenyon, Manatee; E. L Pearce, ern
nickles to get him. I probably havn't Clearwater. 4-26-tf_

got as much money as most of the These directors elected by their Carious FOR RENT-Six room house, in first ,
turfmen these days, but I've got sub-exchanges were chosen fora class condition. No. 210 N. Orange
avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or-
enough to pay the price for a horse term of one year. lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf t
that I want. I wouldn't take $150,000for It was decided at the meeting yesterday l Snowden'Furniture

the horse right at this minute." that an aggressive advertising FOR RENT To desirable tenant, 7
bungalow, East Pine
room corner
Reed was about 90 years old \tnen campaign will be carried forward during and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad-
he died. lIe left little of the sever- the coming season, and the exchange shaw. 6.101wMISCELLANEOUS

al million dollars that he made dur- especially desires to direct the of Characterat

ing his 50 years of active connection attention of the country to the supe-

with the racing game. With him it rior merits of Florida grapefruit.

was a case of "easy come-easy go." BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO Popular Prices
... .....
PLANTS of the famous Hall
His hands were always in his pocketfor Up to date painting, papering, etc., Nancy ,
variety at $1.25 thousand. Hart's
the is the kind you want. Where to per
of get
purpose extracting fromit
some of his bankroll to give to Entrican.it? That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. or Choice$5.500 banana per 100.plants Now at lOc.is a apiece good, ; Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

some needy friends. No one ever time to set either. The Bear's Head

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fine Chef and serve the best I

Condensed Specifications I

4 Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, casten bath $1.00.

bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;

1 axles-front, 1-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- for and board by the I
internal and external
inch brakes, ; springs-rear, three-quarter

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver { ; i

V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: ,

11-inch electric headlights, para bolic reflectors, bullet type side I I

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

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the July Woman's.- Home Com- : : THE MARKET :i

panion Mary Hastings Bradley takes

exception to the idea held by some 1

that food should be prepared in well- Of Cleanliness Of Quality 1
regulated factories in order to save 1 u !( + !!! j

time and trouble in homes. She says W W I
that furniture-making and clothes- t a 1 't 1

making belong to the factory, but FISH AND GAME
that the preparation of food will always ( .
belong to the home. She goeson i Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

"The: highest type of foodefficiency > Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

will be that which provdes the and pure.
\ Low Round
highest type of food with as little ,/ Trip
[trouble as possible, not that which FROM JACKSONVILLE We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
provides not-so-good food with the everything in the Meat Line.
St.lolil $37.75 Clkai. $43.58 CbebaaK -
Very least trouble. And you cannot //1 i Dover SS.fO St. Patl 56.75 Laiu.ill -
Ii I Colorado Sprints 586 Dalatk lUI KaoxTill* >
ave 'the highest type of food, by Ii $ale Lab City 71.60 Wiaaipeg 76.75 EvantTiD .
which I mean, of couse, the most i YellovsUM* _- .104.00- 7S.IO Tomato Moatrcal-_ -. .. 4S.JO 55.45 French lodiaMpofuPortias Lick The PARLOR MARKET j
nourishing, the most wholesome the Seattle 10600 Petoskey 51.58 Toledo >
LosAaieles 8J.50 Mackisac5300 Detroit
1 most appetizing, without a great deal Sao Fn.cud 8150 BiiHak 47.40 Cturfagqua
Glacier Park 8175 Maim Falls 47.40 Mammoth Ca
of home preparaton. H. M. Self & Co.
Low rates to other points in Colorado California,
"This, I know, is just what the 'newefficiency' sots Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains.
low rates from other points in the State. !
writers contradict so un- Tickets on sale daily,until September 30. Return PINE STREET
blushingly. The article from which I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER .

am quoting, because it proclaims just p LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, Phone No. 80
those theories of food production I' Going through St Louis returning
or vice versa. Liberal stopovers on all
which are being lauded as 'modern ''MtftlMMMIiMilillll .,; t
and efficient,' offers in proof of its 1 'I I through train.daily;choice of-,three 0rIad0'I'
methods a very excellentsoundingmeal / I routes. I

: soup from a can, asparagus } '1 I Three daily trains to the southwest
% Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. .
from another can, potato chips from a' i I t I I Rock ballast. No dust. No dirt. For 111111111111111111"1 I
box, chicken roasted in the rotisserieover I I t I, I ( I trated ing car booklets reservations of summer and other tourist information resorts,

the way, meringue glace from
H. C.
the confectioner's and salad.' I i L III Florida PuMBf!
"Now I have no objecton to that I I j III 134 West Sa SLEMONS I
dinner. My objection, and 1 feel be- ''I : III

hind me the undying support of

thousands and tens of thousands of -

dinner eating American men, is witha
life-time of such dinners, an unending -

replica of them, a thin, potato- \ ) f E ;! Arriving Daily
chipped vista of reheated food and' a E9

bakery meringue. I object to having

that held up before me in the sacred !

,name of efficiency. One such meal :- .

is a relaxation and has its place in the I
scheme of things, but the daily per- ::
petration of them would be an out- Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

rage. "King Quality" Shoes.
"Think of Southern fried chicken THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

and hot rolls, light as feathers, thinkof Length 500 fort;breadth 98 feel,6 inches;510 staterooms awl parlon accoauDodating 1: Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
frn. Crater in cad larger in all rrfirmrtuini_rvhrr in all.ppoiotmrau-thin aaj
onion that the head of the house inland waters of the world. La service JiuMlSth.Magnificent Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. &
finds delightful, think of home boiled Steamers"SEEANDBEE,""City of Erie"and"City of
asparagus and baked tomatoes and Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND'-May 1st to Best place in the city to trade.

broiled steak, think of flaky pie crust, 4 1a Buffalo ':00 P.Y. Lave Cleveland 9:00
Arnw Cleveland 7:30 A.II. Arm Buffalo 7:30 ; l
fresh from the oven, think of a thou- (Eulern Standard rune)
sand and one things which make for Connection stCerelandfoPsddaBs'ToledoDetroit.edafpomuTestsndSoatbeeet
tickets reading between Bafikla wJ Cleveland arc good for traiuportatroooa
your own pet taste and appetite a Ask your ticket agent for tickets via C.a:B.Line Write M for handsome illuitnled

good dinner, and you will not find THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. SLEMONSI. .

these things_in factories and rotsser- a

ies. I have lived 'over the way' from j URANGE AVENUE-- i
the most skilful rotisesries in the

world, and I am immensely aprecia-
To the West and .. ." 1111111111.-----
tive of their excellences, but I would

not favor.abandon" my home kitchen in. their -VIA- lllliMIIIIMMI


Joaquin Miller's Destruction of

San Francisco by earthquake and Dire Dixie
Limited. F1er.l' SOUTH ATLANTIC
fire was the most wonderful word I Orlando A. C. I..12:31 am 3:13 PDt I y Orlando. .................. COOKING
picture of the painter with the pen. r Jacksonville A. C. L... 6 45 am 7:30 pm r Jacksonville ...............
i y Jacksonville A. C. L... 1:35am !:%ipm y Jacksonville A. C. L .....
Dr. Wray announced at Prayer meet- ; y W&1crou, A. C. L..11S0am 10ipm Y'W&1CfOll. A. C. L .......
ing Wednesday night that he would r Macon G. s. F....... 5:13pm 4:15am r Macon G. S. I; F. ........
r Atlanta, C. of Ca...... 8:03pm 7:26am r AU.an C. of Ga ........ your cooking in summer? Is your kitch- ; ;; ;
preach on the "Judgment Day" next Chattanooga, W. r KnO 1e, L I; N. .......
r A..1:11 11
am :
r Corbin. LAN. ..........
Sunday night with Joaquin Miller's r Nashville N. c. 5t. L 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville L N. ........ a dirty wood or coal range, or do you
great picture of the destruction of r Indianapolis os. L .....
Ar 5t. Louis,
L C."L I; N. Z:50 pm 'l:%0 am
San Francisco as one of his illustra I..r Lexington L N. ...... comfortable Gas Range?
tions. Ar Iiopkinsville LAN........... 6 37 pm Ar Cincinanti, L & N. .......
At Evansville, L N..... t:28am 8:25pm r Kalamazoo C. R. L ...
There was a large and attentive Ar Terre Haute C. I; E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids C. R. L
congregation of young men and women -tAr Chicago c. I E. L..... 1:51pm 6:50am r Cleveland. Big Four ...... some great reductions during June and

last Sunday night to hear the I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC cooking a pleasure for you.
stirring sermon on the text, "The ser- Solid train composed of section drawin,. Solid train, composed of
pent beguiled me and I did eat." com sleeping can observation compartment
an and dining ear, between Jacksonville and I drawing-room Pullman sleeping
Dr. Wray used to read his carefully Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and
prepared sermons, but he has entirely ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville anc

abandoned the use of manuscripts and DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between
Solid train carrying electric lighted eonvartment. Cleveland; also Pullman lleep & Light Company
speaks without notes. observation sleepers and eleetUe Jacksonville and Grand
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Fiht-
lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car and Thursdays of each
First class Brazing a specialty at erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Gas Department
Waraan'a Repair Shop o Court St
12-5-tf. FOR, TICKETS. PULLMAN BESKVSCWS AND.WFOWUTTOsV I 44_ *+4| "'Y.. ....- h Vr wliV.. % .
I W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHOT, Dips
Job printing at the Sentinel Atlantic Coat Line,

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Recall Election Brings About Specific e d e 1

"Are State Bank of Orlando Charges Against Recently Elected

City Commissioners

r Certificates Negotiable?" ::'>':'.':..: >::-" )<': :.: 1--i

St. Petersburg, Fla., June 12.-The
Our Certificates of De-
They are. petitions asking for the recall of the

posit may be transferred to other par- three city commissioners will be filed l \ o
\ )

ties ing by the endorsement accumulated without interest, disturb-at any days with City and it Clerk will is expected W.call F. Divine an that election the in a commissioners few at : Aj 1.e11(<< :i ( i ll'll c [) ([tB : :' .

time. their meeting Monday of next week. ," .
Nearly twice the number of names 1Ei: [ 'VY1.tB;
The 4 per cent interest will be required for the election to be ordered ( ) i::

ready for the rightful owner when pre- have been signed to the petitions and

sented for payment at maturity. The there is little doubt about the election "Since I began turning a regular amount over to my

Certificate may be renewed with the being called. wife each month, I have never had the slightest worry
The law states that such elections over household affairs. She regulates she
expenses so
interest added in, if preferred:
must be called not earlier than thirty has a comfortable balance, and I tell her she has a great I
1 days and not more than forty days business head."
after the petitions are presented. As
soon as the petitions are turned in to
the clerk he will canvass them to ascertain : A ]ltlF'.fY WOMAN: (
if the names signed theretoare
of qualified electors and if thereare can do wonders toward helping her husband get aheadif

160 registered voters signed he she is given a chance to run her home on a business
.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 will so state to the commissioners and basis. /.
advise them that the petitions fill all

We Will Put the Reinsof legal requirements for the election. ::. .. Come in and start an account for your wife here; ..'

: The petitioners, chief among whom ... we will give her the benefit of other women's exper- :.
3 J. Mott Williams, charge the com '-:- iences. .
Success in Your
missioners with several violations of '. -

the city charter. Commissioners Brad- ". .'. .' .'. Do it today. "It is a pleasure to serve you" ; .. ._....>
Hands shaw and Northrup are charged with

four breaches of public trust and : i
f1; !; ;! ;
Commissioner Hammond is charged :
4 How? By furnishing you witha with three. '

.. .
perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative I As it will be necessary for there to -- .. .., '..".-'." .
be candidates in opposition to the

call on you. He will give you a commissioners in the election thereis : : \1k. .
much talk of three men to run D.I 1 : D 4.-
formula that will make and :
mature :
; against have been them mentioned., but as yet no names : '; r-.: . : .,. .. : :f- : : .

fruit. .
your There is indication of this '

: 'being the warmest political race in .::....,.:. .' .. '..:.' ....... : .,. :. .,.;,..::.':....:>-."::;..:..
the history of St. Petersburg as thereare
strong supporters of both the ad-

T nt rn r rtili r Co.x ministration. The antis and are antiadministrationsides. strongly against MMIItftHMIMMMMiiiMIMMMMIIIIMmililMMIIHtMtMHtlMHtlMIMmi IlilMMMMtttttHtMllltttMttMIMttHIHMHtiHmiMIIMMMMHiMMMi 111111111111'1" "

'a number of the policies of the present -
commissioners and a number of:
ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA men are available to run against the .111111118111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111111.

{ MMMMMMMIMMflMMIIIMimMimimtMMlilllMtlMMMMHtMHttlMMMtlMIMMM administration of the administration candidates. say Supporters they.
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will give all their energies to reelecting GRAND THEATERCOOLEST
, ;c the commissioners and that the

s campaign will be a warm one if the i _
antis show any strength.

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have a limited supply of IRON AND GRAB-

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming Jud Kennedy Accused of Disposing of "
o W. D. Boone and Throwing The "Howze Sisters, Those "nifty" entertainers.
quantity desired. Price sure right.
i Body in Lake Born in Ragtime Land. Positively the classiest sister
We carry constantly a full line of crate material of .

all kinds. St Petersburg-, Fla., June 12.-The team in the South. You must hear them to know.

I preliminary hearing of Jud Kennedy
Ask for prices on. Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- I who was arrested several days ago as "Refrigerator Car's Captive," an exceptional Kalem
I suspected murderer of W. D. Boone,
riers, etc. Phones 181191.
I whose body was recently fished out of drama in two parts. 1-

I Reservoir lake, where it had lain sev-
3T. F. Dutton : eral days, was begun here this morning "The Love Route by Way ot Pittman," an Essanay
I before County Judge Brandon.
I State Attorney G. P. Raney did not comedy.
come over from Tampa to take personal
515tf.IIIMIIMMIMtlMMHitlMMiMMIIIiilMIIHI) I charge for the state, but sent "A Night Out," an Edison comedy.AS .

: J. W. Watson, Jr., in his place.
+41111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111" The hearing began at 10 o'clock USUAL
and when adjournment was taken at
I noon for dinner little had been
brought out in the way of evidencesave
that the body was found in the

See Our Specials For lake. The hearing was resumed at CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
1:30. Each side has summoned a
number of witnesses, the state to "
Tuesday "The Perils of Pauline.
prove that Kennedy was one of the
i men who bore the body to the lake,

FRIDAY alit n SATURDAY the defense to prove an alibi for the I.tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillillill1IIIIIII I11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIII IIIIItilltillatllllirt llllll"e"Q MMH
accused man. He is represented by MIMIMttmtH Hf- 1.1111111111111
Attorney John U. Bird of Clearwater.
The hearing is being held in the
'tant General Simpson, commander
auditorium of the city hall. Fully FIRSTBATCU H Of DRAINAGE BONDS '
OUTHI at Gover-
GOV. BLEASE E WON'T lET the department of the east
750 persons attended the morning ses-
MISSES HAULM & DUNN nor's Island, N. Y.
sion. TO Bf SOlD S SOON
CAROLINA T TROOPS CAMP Failure of Governor Blease to con-
I sent within the next few days to the
for CorsetsMcCall's PLANS FOR IMPROVEMENT OF the
Agents Barclay participation probably will void
Internal Improvement Board Negotiating
Will Hold Them Ready for Quick Call ,possibility of South Carolina militia
for Sale of Million anda
This state-
PatternstlHMlMIIMMiiliMillMIMIIIIIilliHMIIIIHHM joining the maneuvers.
Columbus, Ga., June 12.-Plans are Half Everglades Bonds in Event of War With the office of
ment was authorized at
being made for the further improvement Mexico Adjutant General Moore. National
of the Apalachicola system of Miami, Fla., June 12.-That the internal they regard
I I givers hv locks -and..- dams.. improvement board is negotiating Columbia, S. C., June 12. "Unless Guard officers here say South Carolina
PLANS FOR INTAKE I I The Apapachicola is the second rive for the sale of the first $1,500,000of there is some favorable change in the :I the participation of "
because the
water pressure was so "very unlikely.
(Continued from page 1) low that no water could be had. ,er in potential energy in the United the drainage bonds at an excep- situation existing between the United troops
the company asked for an extensionof States and one of the few which carrya tionally good figure is the word States and Mexico, South Carolina APPOINTED POSTMASTER -
time to begin construction until Low Pressure ExplainedMr. large tonnage of freight. brought by State Drainage EngineerF. militia troops will not go beyond the HARTLEY AT TAFT
April 1, 1914. When the commissioners Cheney admitted that this The United States engineers have C. Elliot This money will be applied borders of this state to attend any
notified the company that the might be true for fifteen or twenty asked that modern water terminals be to the finishing of the contracts maneuvering campaign," stated Governor -12. Charles H.
time limit was up and fulfillment! cf minutes during the day, but it erected at ports on the Apalachicolaand already under way, among the first of Cole L Blease today. He was Washington been, June temporarily- designated -
the couldn't be true for any considerable replying to a question as to when he Hartley has
agreement was expected company Chattahoochee rivers, at Columbus which to receive attention being the I of Taft, Orange
asked for another tension until period of time. The low pressurewas I would present the war departmentwith as postmaster
and Fort Gaines, Ga; Columbia Miami canal Work on this will be succeed Davis B.
June 1. The fact that the middle of due to the great amount of water and Eufaula, Ala., and River Junction resumed, probably, within a few his decision upon their request county, Fla., to .
June is here and that nothing had being used during the dry hot weather Apalachicola, Panama City and months and the entire course com that he permit the participation of Sphaler, who resigned.The department an-

been done by the company to carry in sprinkling, he said, which depleted St. Andrews, Fla. pleted to its required depth. militia troops of this state in the joint postoffice establishment of a post-
out the contract the the pressure. The pumps were encampment of troops of the ninth militia nounces the
except presentation The city councils of Columbus, Columbia The board has received two tentative Snead's Island, Manatee
of a new set of plans played vis- kept busy all the time. Apalachicola, ft| Andrews ,estimates, or bids, on the main division at Augusta, Ga. This office at
bly upon the patience of council at "When there's nothing else to do I and Panama City have given assurances control canal of the Everglades drain encampment has been ordered held county.
yesterday's sitting, and other com it is always in order to jump on the'I that terminals and transfer facilities age project which is to run from the from July 1 to August 10, by Adju- NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
plaints against the were Water and Light said the lake to the St. Lucie inlet distanceof
company company, approved by secretary of a -- potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
registered.The Judge Cheney. "There is nothing war will be erected.W. twenty-four miles. shorter than any of the other state Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka PlantCo.
plumbing inspector, Mr. 0. E. perfect on earth, but I believe we This canal will be easy to dig, as canals now completed, and will be the ., Apopka, Fla. 5-21-tf
McIntosh, stated that the San Juan have a system as near perfect as it is M. Slemons has on sale: New there will be no rock to be removed, means by which the level of water in
hotel had installed a number of toiletson possible to get, and certainly one Men's Shirts, Men's Underwear,Men's and it is expected that it can be completed the lake can be controlled. The other Who is are your satisfied painter keep and the decorator'If one you

the fourth floor and that he was which is unusually good for a townof Suspenders, Men's Straw Hats, Men's ; within two years. It will be canals will then be used for naviga- have you: if not, phone W. T. Entrican.
''t unable to make a proper test of them Orlando's size." Panama Hats. 6-12-3td-ltw much wider and deeper as well as tion and irrigation purposes. No. 636. 1-20-tf