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






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Department Stores, Telegraph Offices PRESENT

DECISION Of GREAT IMPORTANCE[ and Motion Picture Theaters His Representatives Must Be Re-

Will Be VisitedMr. Received Formally at Niagara MAJORITY IN FAVOR R YRWHfl.MING[


Washington, June 13.
under the law Carranza through his representativesmade
passed at the
session of 1913. Mr. Privett is Florida's it clear today that he will not
first labor commissioner. He is i consent to send representatives to

by trade a printer, of Jacksonville, TER IN CONNECTION AUTHORITY OVER Niagara to be received informally at DELAY

The grammar school teachers of and so far has visited only a few WITH MEDIATION CORPORATIONSWashington the peace conferences. They must

the Orlando school will be compelledto cities in the state. He came to Or be received formally, or not at all Washington, June 13.-Without

sue the county school board to collect lando from Sanford yesterday, and Washington, June 13.While offi June 13. The senate It is Believed that the Huerta envoys the formality of a conference, the
their salaries for April and May. is stopping at the Tremont. 'dials here expressed great satisfac interstate commerce, committee today are so anxious to make a success of house today by a vote of 216 to 71

This is the effect of the decision of The places in Orlando to be inspected tion over the signing of the protocolin reported its federal trade commissionbill the mediation proceedings that they accepted the senate's amendment to

Judge Perkins rendered in the man by the commissioner will be the Mexican peace negotiations at as a substitute for the trade com will consent to the participation of the repeal of the Panama tolls exemption

damus proceeding brought in the department stores, and stores generally Niagara Falls, satisfied that it meansthe .mission bill recently passed by the the Carranzists without requiring the and sent the bill to President

name of one of the teachers, repre telegraph offices motion pic- elimination of General Huerta, :house. cessation Of hostilities n__ as__ a_ condiThe w.. ._ Wi'lcrm"

senting the entire company, to force tire theaters, cigar factories and it developed that Huerta has engaged tion. When the amended bill reached the

the superintendent to sign the salary newspaper offices. counsel to represent him here and Chairman Newlands said the actionnf mediating conferenceturned I house, Chairman Adamson, of the
tlnt rnmmittpp_ fiarl Vioon
I > __ _.. nnn-norti-
warrants.: | No boy under the age of 10 and no through this agency he is constantlyin -- un w..n. u "V" I'- its attention today to questions of commerce committee, in charge of the
san. He denied that the bill
is in-
Great sympathy is felt for the girl under the age of 16 is permitted, I touch with the Washington gov- personnel for the new provisional bill, at once moved that the house

school teachers, for it is realized that under the law, to sell newspapers in ernment and with developments at quisitorial. [government of Mexico. They began concur with the amendment insteadof
they are innocent victims of a legal i "The commission," he said, "will
a city of six thousand or more Niagara Falls. the search for the man of the hour- sending it to conference.
contention for which they are not in ( pop- I require reports only from those corporations I "The senate amendment lie
; ulation. No child under 12 is permitted Charles A. Towne, of New York i a successor to Huerta-who shall be said,
the least responsible. They are in to work in a store. No child former United States senator from, I designated by it, and the acceptable to all factions, capable of "should be acceptable to all advocatesof

possesion of( their salary warrants, !| under 14 shall work in a mill, factory, I Minnesota, is General Huerta's coun- number will be comparatively few. pacifying Mexico so that a constitu- uniform tolls. It is exceedingly
but these warrants do not bear the : I I Honest corporations have nothing to i tional election appropriate that the statement
workshop, mechanical establishment, selor. He has conferred with Secretary -, may be held. A man con-
signature of the county superintendent laundry or the and fear. of unusual qualifications is sought. tained in the amendment should be
on stage of any thea- Bryan has been in communication ,
and the court has held that the ter. No person under 18 is permitted I with President Wilson over Mr. Newlands said his committee He must be without violent preju- | made that promulgated in connection

warrants are not valid without the I jto i deliver telegraph messages after the protocol. soon would report its second trust dices, able to conserve the interests I with the repeal' bill itself-it is nothing -

superintendent's signature, and so farI, 10 o'clock at night or before 5 o'clockin I Mr. Towne declared today that the measure, a railroad ecurities bill. of the Huerta followers as well as I I but the truth and substantially

as could be learned none of the banks the morning. The law is a lengthyone signing of the protocol was a hope I Explaining the trade commission the constitutionalists. The neutral the same declaration has been made

have cashed the warrants. and there are many other pro- ful sign of a satisfactory settlement, bill to the senate, Mr. Newlands said populace, too, must be satisfied that by us on the floor of the house and

The firm of Jones & Jones, attor- visoins, but these are the ones which but he looked upon today as the most I there was a "depression" at present I I a sound and stable administration elsewhere many times."

neys, represented Superintendent Mc- most interest Orlando. critical one since the mediation con in this country but he considered it i I I will be inaugurated which will be im "It may not have been necessary,"

Kinnon, in the hearing on the man Mr. Privett said that the enforce ference began.Constitutionalist. I world wide and the result in part of I II mediately recognized by the United j ike i continued, "because nothing that
damus before I
proceeding Judge Per States and f we could add to omit
needed the world or from the
.. kins at Sanford Friday. Mr. LeRoyB. 'ment of the law would materially ini agents were silent j I changes. ,i' generally. I I hill.. ..nn1.1 ", .,t"..... ... :_:_:_ .. ..1.._
Giles, of the firm of Davis & Giles, i crease the attendance at the schools on the protocol C. A. Douglass, one ithout debate the bill went to the I The mediators and delegates began I u. vvutu cmaigc m uiimnisn: me
I rights of the
represented Miss Jennie Baas the ''He has visited Tampa, Jacksonville, of Carranza's legal representatives, \j calendar after his announcement that ; their task in a spirit of optimism. parties under the trea

teacher in whose the Palatka, Sanford, and a few other I conferred at length with Secretary i he: expected to call it up for consid They felt they had accomplishedmuch ties. It is exceedingly appropriatethat
name proceeding the
places, and will cover the entire start I Bryan. I!!eration in a short time. by the signing of the first of statement contained in the
was before the A long from the I II r the series of protocols. In amendment should be made and pro-
Mr. Joe Jones said last night'thatthe [I legislature convenes next message American The senate bill is similar in gen- this document mulgated in
"year.I (I delegates at Niagara Falls telling of outline to that i the American and Mexican connection with the repeal -
decision of Judge Perkins was of jeral i passed in the bill itself."
the signing of the protocol in the house but I delegates as well as the mediating
far reaching importance, in that i it I I !I contains these provisions Mr. Adamson said the
I Mexican mediation I'! envoys entered into amendmentwas
fixed to was delivered to knot included in the house an agreement for
a certainty the of
standing O R RECON[ WilDS President Wilson as he stepped I measure: I the transfer of power from the handsof not made by the advocates of exemption -
the county superintendent as secretary :, StAR HD[ fOR aboard a train. bound for Princeton That unfair competition in commerce Huerta to the new provisional "as all of their propositionswere
of the county board of publicinstruction. shall be unlawful and that the
MISSING BABOONS N. J., this morning. The presidentwas I i I president in the following manner: voted down overwhelmingly,
The effect of the decision commission be empowered to prevent and were generally of
a character to
rather than its direct verbiageis greatly encouraged by the devel r such competition by enforcible court |I A government is to be constituted increase the difficulties of the situa
that the county superintendent is I: orders. of a character to be later provided tion."

vested with Nothing Heard From the Balloon After consulting with I"which shall be recognized in MexicoCity"
discretionary powers in tion officials, Mr. Towne administra-I I I Investigation of foreign trade con !j "The advocates of the repeal," he
Parties on a fixed date and
the That thereafter
of the school funds. Portland in
I statement: I ditions and their effect on American !' "shall exercise declared, "were taking care of the interests 1
The contention of the other side is Race public functions until
Thursday export trade and of the of the
"The tone of question of: '''there treasury and of the
optimism shall
evidenced !
that the functions of the i inaugurated a constitutional
county superintendent i combinations
in American I people against the avaricious
among and demands
press dispatches today and -
as secretary of the Portland, Ore., June 13.-Although I comments thereon is editorial ,.foreign producers for the control of president. l I of the special interests. The
board are wholly ministerial, which prices. ;I The language of the protocol 'I
pur- question of
every town, settlement and ranch not quite justified sovereignty could not be
by what
means that he is not i pose1y uses the phrase "which
supposed to exercise The shall involved
where there is telephone or telegraph I has actually transpired at !: house bill provides a commis as sovereignty is intact and
discretion or judgment in the Niagara | be recognized in Mexico !!
sion of three City, without !
service in Clackamas, Marion, Falls. The I members; the senate unquestioned. There has never been
disbursement of the funds, but that MUlt-1 on the first one of five specifying by whom, so that i in'I ':
nomah members. The any sovereignty
and the neighboring protocol does, to be sure, dispose of house bill 1! question involved,
his duties another
in this capacity are I j protocol recognition will
gives the
has been communicated with and the I an initial and awkward commission authority over I beI never any proposition to surrenders
secretarial; that he is to do what he question. It i promised by the United States !';
dense forests and rugged mountains is a mistake, however, to infer corporations with a capital not less 1: a anything ta any other country, nor
directed to do by the county board. in Clackamas county have been I the rest of the that than $5,000,000 while the senate bill well as the mediating countries, Argentina -to i,i, waive any right of this government -
The order of the court in the case II deliberrjtions are' includes all I|, Brazil and Chile. j I All
follows combed by forest rangers, no authentic bound to proceed smoothly to a con- corporations-except rail I these things are hobgoblins -
j '
: reports since Thursday night have elusion. The fact is that the roads engaged in interstate com The first protocol is the only one and bugaboos, conjured up and
"This cause coming on to be heard question merce. I!j which will deal with the
been received of any one of the three of the personnel of the : method of injected into the discussion by advo-
and was heard in Sanford provisional '!
Seminole transfer. It omits
missing balloon reference to constitutional cates of special interests.
parties which
left government and I'I
county, Florida in the especially of ,
above circuit
Portland SCHOOL BOARD TO succession \rough the !! "Congress and the
Thursday in a long distance the] provisional' MEET TO ap- government may
presidency is the I I
upon the. petition, alternativewrit I difficult and delicate most APPOINT TEACHERS J;pointment of a minister of foreign be 'we' in the sense that. thia_... "...!.noi.....
one b{>forp 4kn..... ------ ----
mandamus, return, exhibit >race.Definite -w ( affairs which
the Mexican plan had is but if
I mediators. The ours, they confuse any little
reports from situation
Oregon thus
and affidavits, and was argued by''I City pre- The i I suggested. By its simple handful of
school affirmative
county board men
; sented is will conducting the
at meet greatest
counsel for the I i today were that what seems to have the present moment !' -
respective parties, Tuesday to appoint statement that a government shall and longest and
'' been the Berry balloon (Million tense and delicate"BASEBALL teachers for all loudest lobby
wherefore"1st. That it is the ordered and adjudged: ulation club) which later met Pop-with the schools of the county. Superin j'i arise in Mexico City on a certain ever seen on earth to get special priv
duties of superin- : tendent McKinnon I date there is no prohibition of ileges 'we'
has as they
disaster but been any are mistaken, for
tendent of may have been one ofthe RESULTS : going '
public ex-1
instruction and other over the lists and will make his particular way by which the transfer they do not represent 1 per cent. of
officio two, was sighted between 7 rec- 'I
secretary of the shall
board be
county ,ommendations. The accomplished but it is the American
of and 8 p. m. Thursday night going National League school trustees explicitly people. There are 90-
public instruction as to Milk creek up Philadelphia 5 Cincinnati .fiof, the various schools will also file I understood that the appoint- 000,000 American people who repre-
signing school counter-I canyon, thirty miles 4. 1
warrants I ment
are their by Huerta
tionary and southeast of Portland, in the most Boston 4, Pittsburg 3. : recommendations with the man selected sent the treasury and those who want
not ministerial; I board, and the list i here is one process to which the the special
relator has desolate part of Clackamas county.A Brooklyn 0, St. Louis 6. :: will probably be privileges want us to divert

"2nd. That adequate the remedy at law. I rescue party left Portland early today I New York 8, Chicago 4. (i made up from these recommenda-j I United States objected and which willnot from the treasury on an aver
alternative be
writ of tions. put into effect
I age of $5,000 a month for each
to search the Milk creek American League hip
4 mandamus herein
be canyon
and ,
the same is district. Detroit 6, Boston 8. t l j Another protocol will deal with the or $60,000 a year that belongs to our
hereby dismissed. I
""3rd. That All of the carrier St. Louis 5, New York 4. j j'! RIOTING IN ROME || personnel of the new provisional government constituents and give it to a lot of A
the pigeons taken
McKinnon, hence respondent, J. F. I by the three balloons have been Cleveland 8, Philadelphia 10. Rome, Italy, June 13.-(Special.)_ '1 and set forth that the new fellows who do not need it, do not
go without now
a day, Four men ; executive shall be installed care for it
' Chicago-Washington were killed and fifty were after being and do not care for the
rain. j
with his costs in this behalf in- j accounted for but one. Its owner believes ;
wounded in strike riots recognized by Mexican flag except when
curred. this one has met with disaster. Federal League this after nationals, you give them special
i Indianapolis 8, noon. One striker and-pne strike including all political parties. The privilege.'
Mr. Leroy B. Giles, who With Captain Berry in the Million Pittsburg 4. Mexican
represented St Louis 4-10, Buffalo 7-0. breaker were killed at Milan. A soldier delegates are anxious that "I rejoice in the triumph of thee
the teachers stated Population Club when it left Portland
yesterday that Kansas and a striker some clause be written in people, which has
City 10-2, Brooklyn were killed at : one of th thus corrected
I 71. a
he had
not fully determined whether was George Y. Morrison of Port-
Chicago-Baltimore Parma. A dozen officers protocols by which it shall be grievous and
army em wrong
rain. were provided for
land. ;
to take Capt. Watts in
the Kansas
an appeal to the City
supreme Southern wounded while dispersing mobs. phasized that the new president is to opening of the canal
League on
III. had equals
court or no. He said that Judge Per Facett, a sporting I I be
Memphis 6 recognized by interior Mexico and honest
Atlanta terms that
7. a will enable the
kins had not decided the case on itsI I writer, as assistant, and Wilber Hen I MAD well as from
DOG other
Birmingham BITES nations. canal
3, New NINE CHILDREN management to
; demonstrate
Orleans its
merits, but had dismissed the mandamus 1 derson of Portland accompanied Roy 0. i
Donaldson in the Montgomery 16, Mobile 0. These points will be worked out i in full and glorious success.
proceeding the Springfield.
on grounds that
the writ of mandamus is The fourth balloon Nashville 4, Chattanooga 7. I future conferences as to whether the "There is now peace in the family, ,
an extreme Uncle Sam, South Atlantic League Jasper, Ala., June 13.-(Special) ; present situation is centered on the all have come back to the original
measure which shall be landed a few hours i
resorted to after the start Nine !
Jacksonville 18, Albany 3. children and one adult suffer individual The name of Pedro Las- proposition that we ought not to

and only in when this there is the no remedy at law, thirty-seven miles from Portland. Charleston 3, Savannah 2. ing from bites of a rabid pup today': cnrain, minister of foreign affairs shackle the canal enterprise with the
remedy at law
was for the teachers to Columbus 13, Macon 2. were taken to the Pasteur institute : when Madero was forced to resign, selfish claims of private interest. We

board to sue the county I TilE WEATHER Columbia 5, Augusta 1. Montgomery for treatment. The I is being mentioned as a possibility can all glorify together with paeans

f their salaries.procure the payment of dog ran amuck biting two children of [ but it is known that he would not be of triumph in the completion and operation -

Mr. Giles is firm in his j Florida: Local showers Sunday, ( A sale on Carter's black ink at W. H. Pike, four children of James i j accepted by the constitutionalists. As of this stupendous creation." ,

(Continued contention I except fair in extreme south portion i one-half price to close out. A bar Meyers, Mrs. James Odum and three ; yet the American government has Majority Leader TJnderwood, who

on page 8) Monday fair. gain. Curtis & O'Neal, next P. 0: children. suggested no names. (Continued on page 8.) ,



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FLORIDA NEWS IN PARAGRAPHS I R. E. L McCaskill Company is doing sell it to a private company to make

THOUGHTS ON LIFE. much development work in the west- the needed improvements.Nestor 3l

Why all this toil for triumphs of Palmetto is to have a Carnegie li ern portion of the state and this well Hernandez, of Tampa, said jiyur.J71lite.c/wt

an hour? -Young. brary. is being put down on a part of their to be the best chess player in Florida,

Life's a short summer: man is Wauchula is to have a city water sub-division of Caryville. is asking for an opportunity to compete And if you wish to hear the world's best music -

but a flower. works system.Bradentown. Quincy will entertain the Nut with anyone in the state.

-Dr. Jobnson. is putting down brick Growers' Association next year. That LaCrosse, Alachua county, is make executed by the world's greatest artists
By turns we catch the fatal
breath and die.Pope.. paving on her streets. western section of Florida is now becoming ing a bid for recognition as an Irish turn your ear this way when our Vic-

The cradle and the tomb. alas Zephyrhills is planning to have a the greatest pecan center of potato growing center, more than 150 tor and Edison Talking machines begin to play.

bow nigh! -Prior. Fourth of July celebration. the south and in a few years Flor- acres having been planted there this
To be Is better far than not to great ida will produce more of the best pe year. Nothing finer for the carp or summer

be Sewell. Crystal River has an appropriationof cans than any section of the globe. Tampa and suburbs have created a home. Come in and talk it over and see hew
Though all man's life may seem $40,000 for a waterworks plant.
Sanford wants a packing house that special sub-school district and will issue easily and cheaply can have the
a tragedy.Spenrer. South Carolina is now buying large you educatingand
the meat industry become an bonds for nearly a quarter of a
But light cares speak when may
Florida rock. influence
quantities of phosphate refining of the best music in
mighty griefs are dumb- important industry there where crops million dollars to improve the schools
will campaignto
Jacksonville begin a
-Daniel or a part of them, go to waste, as there. your home or private apartments.W. .
channel thirty feet deep to
The bottom Is but shallow get a they are not suitable for shipment.', In Tampa it ;Is feared that the two-

whence they come. the ocean. he meat industry can only be carriedn masted schooner, Mary H. B.. which
-Sir Walter Ralelgn Members of the Florida National S. BRANCH
in Florida on a large scale by the sailed for Bonacca, Honduras, May ,
Thy fate is the common fate of Guard will encamp at Black in
all Longfellow use of packing houses in order that 18, and has not reported there, has
Unmingled joys here no man be William H. Clark, of, Key West, 63 the meat may be preserved even in been lost. The Arcade Book and Music Store
fallSouthwell the summer months. A new steamship schedule will be
of died from heart failure
years age,
Nature to each allots bis
proper inaugurated between Jacksonville and
' this week. The tax roll of Key West shows
sphere.Congreve. Miami, which will be of material help
taxable value of all in the
Fortune makes folly her peculiar Kenneth Kemp was struck by an -
in the development of the East Coastof _.' __ -, .
care.Churchill.. automobile in Key West, but escaped city to be $4,683,200, a gain of $400-

Custom does often reason over- serious injury. 000 over 1913. I Florida. r '
ruleRoche'ter.. Two fishermen had a fight on one
; Dr. Charles Webster will erect anew The election in Tampa's special
And throw a cruel sunshine on a of the wharves in Pensacola one day Hammond &
five-story hotel of re-inforced school tax district for issuance of oreFUNERAL
foolArmstrong.. this week. As the result of the fight
Live well; how long or short per- concrete for Miami.W. $225,000 bonds carried by seven ta .one of the men fell overboard and
mit to heaven.Milton.. T. Wilson, an old and well one for the bonds.
They who forgive most shall be known resident of Fairvilla, died at Brooksville people are reaping a
The movement to have a Florida
forgiven.Bailey. his home Monday.The rich harvest of tomatoes and the returns -
exhibit at the San Francisco fair is VALUES LOW PRICES
first carload of watermelonswere are testing the capacity of the
gaining headway and a creditable ex-
shipped from Live Oak Wednesday banks of that place.Ma'or .
hibit will probably be sent to the COMPARE
by 0. M. Barr.
WEALTH CONCENTRATION.A Swearingen of Jacksonvilleis great exposition.A .

power has risen up in the Irish people of Pensacola will holda seeking to have many manufacturing bill has been introduced in the OUR FURNITURE
big celebration when the Irish home
government greater than the i industries located in the vicinityof Cuban Congress making an appropriation -
rule bill becomes law.Tampa's .
people themselves, consisting of a the metropolis of the state. of $30,000 for the of
many and various and powerful City Council ha? been re purpose We provide the quality furniture that has long
Fifteen hundred feet of seawall are rebuilding the San Carlos hall on Du-
interests combined in one mass organized wth Fred W. Ball as president been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
and held together by the cohesive for the third term. being constructed in St.Petersburg. val street, Key West. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. A
Negroes of Tampa will make an appeal It wouldn't be here it otherwise. We
power of the vast surplus in L. A. Pryor drew ?100 damages en were can't make
the banks.-J. C. Calhoun. Tampa in his suit a-ainst Frank A. to the railroads of the state to Considerable Hugh and cry about this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

furnish members of their race with newspaper business at Orlando. Joe of this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Farwell for falsa arrest
better accomodations. Hugh Reese goes to the Reporter-
Work on the south half of the new I
Hilsborough county will have a Star and Hugh Sparkman to the Sen-
IRELAND. city hall building will begin soon i in McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
thorough investigation of her county tinel.-Tampa Tribune. ,
Tampa. The building will cost $?00,-
Dear land of song and bard. 'affairs just to keep something doing
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla1 .
whose lays 000.The in the summer months. Who is your painter and decorator? i
Ring for all time and story. western part of Pasco county Lakeland will either enlarge her If you are satisfied keep the one you J
Whose saints and martyrs' burn- is to have thirty miles tf hard surfaced have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, -. __ __ 4i
light and waterworks
ing words roads on which work has already plant or N.. 636. 1-20-tf

Are for a single world's glory. begun. .
-- -
Ah who shall voice the heart's
desireIn Escambia county is making a recount IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMORLANDO

such strange, tender strain in the legislative race. This ,

Or,lilt the laughter of glad life I I was agreed to .n writing by a1 ol i

Or banshee's weird refrain. I the canddates.St. .

Petersburg will on July 1, be
Call dancing elves beneath the I
moon I fortunate enough to have her postof-

Or wraiths of warriors bold fice changed from the second to first

With Just the music of thy class list.
tongue? The new dining hall at the Florida : t

That Celtic speech of gold. woman's college at Tallahassee has

0 land who stood .so high and been completed. This

Untouched free. by Roman yoke. besides the large building and handsome includes ::; Water & Light Co. Just arrived car load

When Britain bowed beneath ; dining room, perfectly equipped I. FORDS for immediate -
their chains kitchens, pantries, refrigerator rooms I. .. \
Thy pride they never broke. and other convenient arrangements I"I. I delivery.Get .

and was erected at a cost of '
Where Finn like David fought $30,000. The bowling alley, which : : Electricity :

for right was to have been built in the base- Ii: : I yours nowF.
Where Moore and Goldsmith I'
ment of the building is not
yet com

Where sang Emmet; spake with tongue pleted.-Gainesville Sun. i 1: Gas Water Ice i: G. RUSH,

of flame. If Bartow isn't to be one of the Phone 226

Where Patrick's message rang cleanest and prettiest cities in Florida -I' II I

Shall\ not thy harp sound forth i we'd like to know the reason why. i

From again Tara bill's new birth? The city council, the board of trade I. :,'Office---No. 18 West Central Ave. : .

Shall not thy sons know their and the woman's club have joined .
own land hands and they are loyaly supportedby A

'Mon nations of the earth? I our citizenship. Clean-up weekis I' ,,

-Alice E. Ives. here and there isn't going to be I': Telephone No.6'

left anything unsightly in this town .

by Saturday night-Bartow Record.

Although he did not land the big

SOLITUDE. fish, S. J. Entriken of Kissimmee hada ,. !
Solitude is not measured
thrilling tale to tell when he wentto
the miles of space that intervene I' .
between man and bis fellows. the hotel last night, for he had a I.

The really diligent student tn fight lasting more than an hour witha ... ..' '.,. ... ...

one of the crowded hives of Cambridge great tarpon. Mr. Entriken and several - -
college is as solitary as others MMMMMMMMMMMH.,
I were fishing in the pass t..III..II.I..1118111..I.II..ntIJ.O. .t!( tfll"'I.e
a dervish in a desert-Thoreau. after supper. The fish seemed to be TIME IS 'MMMMMi "IIIIIIII"IIIIII'III"II'IIII"IIII" III" '.
thick, as eight fish were hooked during -
Solitude is the home of the
strong silence their prayer.-Ra- the evening, but not a one was FLY TIMEAre I Orlando Bank & Trust Co
vlgnau. landed. By the time Mr. Entriken I I

hooked his fish the tide had turned those windows screened ; ;

Solitude the safeguard of mediocrity ,.and he was carried out into the Gulf yet? Patented detachable Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914 .

is to genius the stern but finally fought the fish into sub- hangers used on all |
friend the cold obscure shelter screens. No ladder needed ; ;
mission and towed it back into the
where molt the wings that will to take off or put on RESOURCESReal
bear it farther than pass. He thought he had the fish I
sun and
wlndow5.RJWALDRON !
stars. He: who would inspire worn out and was about to make the when washing Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

and lead his race must be defended landing when his leader gave way at : : Loans and Discounts . . . . 378,166.14

from traveling with the the swivel and the fish escaped. St. Contractor and Builder !: Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

souls of other men. from living, Petersburg IndependentThe Stocks and Bonds II II . II II II . 26,018.33
breathing, reading and writingin 410 West Street Cash on Hand and due from Banks 473,059.02
Board of Public Works of Key II II II II
the daily time worn yoke of
their opinions.-Emerson. West has been instructed by the City ..1111111111111111111111111..IIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIII.II. .

Council to commence work immediately $904,906.09

laying sidewalks in front of all .... LIABILITIES

sidewalks where there are none abut- : Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

1 TO THE VIRGINS. ting the paved streets. ForSaleModern Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None I

Gather ye rosebuds while ye Forty-six graduates from the Flor- Bills payable . . . . . . . None

may. ida University and Stetson Univer-
Old time Is still a-flying. sity presented diplomas of gradua -- Deposits II. . . 11.11 II II. . 770,793.72 .

And today this same flower that smiles tion to the Supreme Court at Tallahassee 8-room : Due to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59

Tomorrow will he dytn;. and were given certificates House 2 doors
The glorious lamp of heaven the from the court to practice law with- : 904906.09

sun. out examination. ,
west of Wyom-

The higher he's agettingThe Tampa progressive citizens are already Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . . .$649,484.91
sooner will his race be run making plans to have the next Hotel. Bar- ;
And nearer he's to setting. ing Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
Gasparilla celebration the greatest of

That age is best which is the all celebrations of this nature. This gain. Increase in 37 days . . . . 121,308,81
big show is the means of drawing .
first. Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 II . II. II II. 521,167.38
When youth and blood are thousands upon thousands of people
Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
warmer; I there during the week. A. L. Bentley :

But being spent, the worse and News comes that a party is wit Increase in 100 days II. 249,626.34
worst I line to put up a hundred thousand 10 L AMELIA AVENUE4MIOMMMHMMMMMM x
Tunes still seated tV> former.
Then be not coy. but use your : llar hotel in Tallahassee, providedthe Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

time city will give him a suitable lot + The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

And whIle ye may go marry. Tallahassee would get more favor Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their

For having lost but once yourprime able advertising out of a new hotel 1 NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet friends and customers for making such a statement possible "

than anything of a like investment. potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. .
Yon forever I Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
may tarry. I
-Rolwrt Herrick.r Caryville people are rejoicing! that Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf ORLANDO'S CONSEKVATIVE BANK
they will soon have an artesian well!

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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) i,

AND WEEKLY A Thought for Sabbath Morning t! the convention of the Florida Denver, Col., June 12.-The town of

IQSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. Many voices preached today many Association of Architects held in Bulger, Colo., has been sold for the

--- duties for Christmas. Let me plead Jacksonville Thursday, George L.I,cash consideration of $1. H. M. Ayles-

{ Entered at the po,toff ice at Orlando, FlorId times of "do- Pfeiffer, of Miami, was re-elected
' Second Claw Mail Matter. for times of quiet, for I worth, the purchaser will plant oatson
.T M ing" nothing, for fruitful times of president, under the new charter of the main street and will build a Anomnt t

SUBSCRIPTION RATES growth, for times when we turn all the organization which had just been corral on the site of the Bulger ho-
Daily. 1 Year ..........................* .00Dafly. adopted.The I
6 Months ....................... 2.50 the rout and rabble of earthly things, tel. The ornamental street lighting
Daily 3 Months ...................... i25Dafly and even the solemn company of association adopted a bill, pre- of the town will be left intact -
. 1 Month ....................... .50 for the next legislature which system
pared ,
pressing duties, out of our hearts and

s Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.09 thoughts, and shut up ourselves alone seeks to protect the profession by Bulger was founded three years ago
Weekly 6 Months ..................... ..7iv Maclaren. rules and regulations, which most be
with God.-Alexander by Col. James Bulger, soldier of for-
observed by all architects, who seekto
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: TO ADVERTISERS: tune, now awaiting charged
Today is "flag day" all over the practice in Florida. The members with the killing of Lloyd Nicodeumat OUR FIRST
Copy for display ud all vihtr hand-act maintain that the proposed bill would
g, advertUnc But be handed ia at the bwincM United States, and Old Glory will be the Savoy hotel. The town site
slice .( the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. floating to the breeze from ocean to elevate the profession and insure the was in Larimer county, adjoining the .
the day before publication. This rule applies people better work. It is in force in
' U changes for contract advertising it UinTariable ocean and from Alaska to Panama. 'tracks of the Colorado and Southern
and wifl be strictly adhered to. other states.Miami Herald. railroad. ANNUALWHITE
The decline of Bulger as

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon Considerable Hugh and cry about a municipality came when the rail-
tinued should notify the office in writing on the business at Orlando.Joe WOMEN TWICE AS COSTLY AS : road raised its right of way, and left
the date of expiration otherwise it will be newspaper
continued at the regular subscription rates Hugh Reese goes to the Reporter- I CANAL the town fifteen feet below the track. SALE
until notice to atop is received., I I At that time the father and
Star and Hugh Sparkman to the j sponsorof

SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1914. tinel.-Tampa Tribune. Sen-I''i Americans are accused of being a I,'. the town deserted his holdings

And we expect them both to "Hew "money-spending-mad" people b)< and came to Denver.DELEGATES .

Harry Floyd still asserts that thereain't to the line, let the chips fall where Representative J. Hampton Moore of :I!
in statement endorsing
Pennsylvania, a -
fourth district nohow. they may. ATTENDING BIG
the American for Thrift
o of which Simon J. Straus of
Looks How much The latest edition of "Who's Who Chicagois i i I StartingWednesdayJune17
go a long ways.
little looks with In Florida," gives a whole page president"The I Paris, June 11.The delegates to
more busy our city
the automobiles again parked on our write-up to a young man named diamonds, rings, gold chains : the International Congress of Cham-

: main thoroughfare.The Sears of Kissimmee, and merely and other articles of jewelry we bers of Commerce, having completed
ran" old I bought for our sweethearts, wives their deliberative
mentions as an "also an i work, began today a

Miami Herald o has a timely timer named Williamson. Congres- !and daughters" during the last five i j series of visits to places of interest In andLasting

editorial on the subject of the schemers sional districts seem to be as ungrateful years, Mr. Moore says, "foots up a ( Paris, and excursions to other cities.
t j total that is more than twice the sum They remain in Paris the
as republcis. or vicinity
who scheme to 10
secure newspaper DaysWe
!' I'
advertising without paying for it. spent by the United States to con- until Saturday, when President Poin-
'sruct the Panama Canal. Weare
They are many and clever, and the If you doubt the practical useful- care is to preside over a banquet in
spending more than $25,000,000 a *
; their honor.
Herald is correct when it says that ness of the morning paper you should
and Church year for chewing gum alone. Our Afterward, the delegates proceedto
they frequently succeed in deceivingboth walk down Orange avenue
national tobacco habit burned
the publisher and the public. street between six and seven o'clockin I approximately Dijon, Lyons, Grenoble, Chambrey,

Both should be on guard against the the morning, and note the numberof : $330,000,000 last year. Aix-Les-Bains, Chamonix, Mont Blanc intend this sale to be a sale

faker, for he is much abroad in the men sitting in the stairways and I' and Envian, returning to Paris June
oth- ORGANIZE A LOCAL GROWERS' 26. of sales-a sale that will long be
country. on the stone steps reading some
man's Sentinel. I
o er remebered in thehistory of Or-
Lucky is the man who went to I GIRL SUICIDED FROM
Kissimmee, Fla., June 13.LloydS.
Princeton if he got into the good J. N. Hurlf, secretary of the state ATLANTIC LINER lando for its marvelous price
Tenny of Orlando of the
graces of Woodrow Wilson while he board> of health of Indiana, says, "Aman
Florida Growers and
t was there. The president has appointed who is clean in mind will be Shippers' league, New York, N. Y., June 12.-Des- values, its unparalleled assort-
met with a large number of local
a number of former Prince- clean in person and will have a clean pondent over a love affair, Edna

ton men to responsible positions un- back> yard and a clean front yard. A i fruit and truck growers here this Speck, a second cabin passencer, sui ments and its extraordinary
morning in the city hall. The meet- .
der the government, and his most recent littered door yard or a dilapidated cided by jumping: o. :!card from the .
ing started at 10 o'clock.
appointment is that of Thomas house reflects a littered and dilapidated -: Mauretania on the voyage from Liv- completenes.
I Mr. Tenny outlined to his audience
t B. Jones, a former Princeton trustee, mind. Many towns have flieson erpool to New York. A boat was lowered -
the objects of the league giving them
to be governor of the federal reserve them because they are dirty." but her Ind: ? wa not recwr
I much valuable information. A tem-
board. Seems time for some of the ed.
organization which will affil-
Princeton men from Florida to be A gentleman by the name of Frost, porary
iate with the formed withS.
4 getting something. I down at Crystal River, wonders why league was 0. B. Floyd, of Orlando, spent the
B. Aultman and S. T.
o- the Tampa Tribune gives up so much as president day yesterday with numerous friendsin

good space to Luke McLuke's peculiar -, Fansler as secretary-treasurer. I the city.-Palatka Item, June 12. I
who has been -
Hugh Sparkman, private style of humor. We used to : It is possible that the local organi- -_

secretary- to Congressman L'En- :zation may later on take up the -
wonder the Tribune
why ai
gle, will return to the newspaper i tion of marketing its produce ques-I ItMMIIIIMMIMIIIIMIT. preparation for this sale has
whole lot of stuff that we would not i I

f management game, having of accepted the Orlando the Sentinel.editorial print> if we were bossing the job. I separate problem. F. HOURIHAN : THE a study with us for weekswe

But those fellows have made such a have drawn upon
Sparkman was for a long time one of OVER
WEST Licensed Plumber and
signal success of the enterprise that 1 center of the Textile
of Florida
: the bright lights journalism every
t and the press gang will gladly we begin to think they know more I, Sanitary Engineer world in order that this sale should be
about it than we do and nearly as ] West Point, N. Y., June 13.-One Estimates Furnished. Jobbing I
welcome him back home. Editing a I
Attended as complete and as representative as
much as Mr. Frost. hundred and seven cadets graduated Promptly to.
:. daliy in Orlando will give him an opportunity -
I I from the United States Military PHONE 6z9 ever possible. Embroideries from France
to show the work that is
in him, but we have never a doubt Hugh Sparkman is to succeed Joe II academy today. An address was delivered 106 Court Street and Switzerland, Laces from France, Ger-
Reese editor of the Orlando Sentinel -I by Secretary of War Garri-
as Austria England Malta and Ire-
but that he will make good.-Lakeland many, ,
which is tantamount to saying ''son who paid a high tribute to the ORLANDO, FLORIDAIHMIMIMM
Telegram.F I land-Crepes from England and France,
f that Hugh has no ambition to run for conduct of the army in the recent t.31-lm
crisis. e Silks from Japan, Italy, Switzerland,
Hugh C. Sparkman, formerly pri- office.-Ocala Banner. I I I .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- France and England, Linens from Scot-

vate secretary of Congressman L'En-
land and Ireland-and domestic
t gle, is now editor of the South Flor- 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'11 IOIIIII11111111111111111111111111Drlnk our own

ida Sentinel, of which Josiah Ferris I Fabrics from the foremost mills in the

s is owner. We congratulate both the Benscot Lithia Water are.sp cial agents and : States. And the net result is an aggre-

owner and the new editor, feeling' as- : It In any quantityto gation of fabrics and values, positively

: sured the latter will make good to all parts of the city. This mineral water is obtained direct from the'springs in unprecedented.

the satisfaction of the former. Shake, Austell, Ga. $1.50 for 5 gallons; 40C hall gallon cents at our fount.MCELROYS :

: Josiah-now go to it, Hugh.WestPalm


a till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 ';
Moundsville, W. Va., June 12.-J.
An Added FeatureOne
x H. Hanley, aged twenty-three, was

killed and many were injured by a illlllMMIIIHIIIIIttimitllUMIMMIHIIIIMIIMMMtlHIMIHIimtMHIt *
item of colored goods will
terrific wind and electriiuxl storm

early this morning. Twenty-three I I be put on sale each day during

cottages in the Mound/ville( camp I the sale-at such a price that

colory were destroy,.
we'll assure prompt clearance.


Tampa,June 13.Tampa during the
Commencement important event in the
Day an
fiscal year ending May 31, 1914, had
lives of should receive markof I
young people some fitting
313 fires, more than ever known be-
fore in the appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the
history of the city even
when "The Killer" was setting incendiary occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of I

fires frequently. The cause Jewelry? I Remember the OpeningDay

for the increased number of fires i is

to be found u!' the rapid growth of DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe I Wednesday, June 17

the city, according to Fire Chief W direct the attention of relatives and friends to I

M. Matthews and not because the citizens the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this i

are more careless. The numberis store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- i I

also added to by the fact that est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- I
the department has number of
on a mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional-

occasions gone beyond the city limits ues and assortment.A a great help to our out-of-town customers -

to render assistance and has sav- visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno ; ; make use of it whenever you can. Samples

ed valuable property by so doing.Tampa's obligation to buy. ::1 or information! cheerfully given. \Ve prepay -
Fire Department in 191 t
: all charges.
is one consisting altogether of motor 'I
Write for
: one of our illustrated mail order

driven apparatus, the report ; catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
shows the horse having been entirely

eliminated. This is in striking contrast I

with other cities of the same \,
size as Tampa or larger, which still -- -- I

cling to the slower horse-drawn wa- r

gons. Half-tone photographs printed I
in the Times-Union during the reunion DI 1OKSON1YE K O O.

of Confederate,r-Jns showed T..Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

that not only the branch stations,

but the central station of the Jack- ,

sonville Fire Department consisted : DEPARTMENTAL S STORE

'R altogether of horse-drawn apparatus. POSTOFFICE

Another important fact in comic-
partment during the fiscal year just Orange Ave., Orlando's Favorite Shopping place

closed is that, while the number of EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

fires has increased, the loss has been

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WADE 22* I i The following clipping from the

THE TUNER o a Somerville News, Somerville, Mass.,

ORLANDO, FLA. \ billBUYS I In I I will be of much interest to the many
0 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m..
J1 friends made by Miss Beers during

1 Admission 5 cents I her two years stay in Orlando V

D01t B)ODC! H)000tI K)GO(MH)ODOtt H)0 9 o Among the guests at her wedding
Mr. H. in town
Regener was "Get It lit t A leu's
Gotha yesterday.Mr. MONDAY'S PROGRAM were Messrs. W. S. Branch, Jr., and

AND SELLS Harold Johnson, of this city, and -

Geo. Crawford, of Conway, was Eclair Feature in two parts. "The Misses Ethel Howell, Jean Dallet and

on our streets yesterda.Mr. Devil Fox of the North," with Bar- Anne Read, of Pennsylvania, who are .
bara Tennant and 0. C. Byrd. former students of the Cathedral
John Merrill spent yesterdayin Joker Comedy. "Where Mike and 0
town from Bay Ridge. -- Jake Live Close to Nature," and the school.On 0
wild man escapes from the circus. Wednesday evening oC" the resi- That GiftYou
Mr. W. L. Moore, of Ocoee, was in 600 acres south of Winter Yes, next Thursday is children's dence of Rev. Robert Welsted Beers
on our streets yesterday.Miss day. We are going to treat the chil- and Mrs. Beers, 30 East Haverhill .
Garden and west of dren Thursday at the Favorite. street. Lawrence, their daughter,
SeBdle Smith is in Plant Miss Vivian Beers, became the brideof
City on a visit to friends.Mr. Gotha, including 10 acre Emmons Joseph Whitcomb, son of have no trouble in selectingthat
FRUIT-FWRIDA VS. CALIFOR the late I. A. Whitcomb and Mrs.
M. F. McDonald, of McDonald, orange grove. The en- NIABloomington Emma F. Whitcomb. of Winter Hill, Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary -

was on our streets yesterday.Mr. tire tract covered with Somerville. The ceremony was per-
formed at 7 o'clock by the bride's Present at our store.
George W. Tucker, of Dade yellow pine timber. Two ( Wis., Record) father, Rev. Robert W. Beers, who is

City, is spending a few days in our miles of lake shore. There is one thing that seems a former pastor of the Broadway We have a complete line ..ofJewelry

city.Mr. strange to the northern man in Flor- and Congregational now pastor,church of the, Somerville Lawrence, D Silverware (sterling or D

L. W. Tilden and Mr. J. H. 4-23-1 ida. He soon is convinced of the Street Congregational church, law-
of the Florida plated) and the newest ideas in
Sadler, of Oakland, spent yesterdayin very great superiority rence.
IMIIiMMMiiiilllMHfNULLOS to those he has The bride was attired in white
Orlando. oranges compared
crepe meteor, cut en traine: with cut glass.
Miss Elizabeth C. Rust, of Orange been accustomed to at home. He pearl and rhinestone trimmings and

City, is the guest of Miss Mary CLUB ENTERTAINEDBY wonders why his home dealers always Chantilly lace. She wore a bridal A look before you buy' will
MRS. ROBINSONMrs. buy California fruits. .veil and carried a shower bouquet of D
East Central avenue.
Guernsey, on lilies of the valley. Her sister, Miss pay you.Allen.
Mrs. S. H. Kilgore returned from 1 Some California fruits are good. Miriam Beers, was maid of honor,

Bishopville, S. C., yesterday, where C. B. Robinson pleasantly en- They produce fine prunes, grapes and and was dressed in yellow voile with

she has been visiting her mother for tertained the Nullos Bridge club yes- olives. The oranges are thick skinned blue velvet girdle and lace trimmings.She .

the past two weeks. terday, adding to the regular playerstwo and tasteless, or too sour as com- carried E. Whitcomb yellow, roses.nephew Little of the Irvine & Co.

tables with the sweet, russet-coated ,
Mr. B. M. Robinson and little Miss of guests. pared bridegroom, three years of age, was
Beach The club prize was won by Mrs. beauties that he finds on the penin- ring bearer and Herbert S. Sanborn,
Harriet went to Daytona
Merle McElroy, while the high score sula. People eat oranges in Florida of Somerville was best man. The JewelersPrompt
terday to join Mrs. Robinson and ushers were Ernest Read Whitcomb,
among the visitors was made by Miss because they are delicious. The reg-
party for a short outing. of Somerville, brother of the bride-
Kilmer.A ulation breakfast dish is half a large groom. Harold B. Allison, of Schenec- Repairing.
The many friends of Mrs. S. H. salad course, followed by iced grapefruit eaten with a little sugar. tady, N. Y., Stanford H. Hartshorn,
Alleman will be glad to know that of this state B. Guaranteed.
Gardner Raymond Everything
watermelon, was served at the con- During the day oranges are eaten at
she is now at Atlantic City and is Gage, of Somerville, and Norman
clusion of the games.In any time one happens to be passinga and Douglas Beers, brothers of the
in health fast
improving very attendance were Mesdames De- grove or a fruit stand. Many peo- bride. The wedding march was played 0

Miss Belle Leak leaves tomorrowfor Witt Miller, Sylvan and Merle McEl- ple who seldom eat oranges in the by Dr. J. Albert Jeffery, head teacherof A

Baltimore, Md., where she goes roy, G. H. Edwards, J. SI| McEwan, H. north, because they see only the Cal- Conservatory pianoforte of at Music the ,New under England whom

to be under the care of Dr. R. E. Ran L. Beeman, J. N. Bradshaw, H. A. ifornia product, soon get to eating the bride studied for five years.

dolph, an eminent eye specialist Vivian, F. D. Carr, Allan Weathersbee them on their arrival in Florida. Only the immediate relatives were

Miss Evelyn Demaree, who has Seth Woodruff, Louis Dolive, Le- Quality is th'only explanation. present at the ceremony, which was lb. dJJl1lfllnp
followed by a largely attended recep- .. o= ,
the of her cousin Miss the Florida
been guest Roy Giles, and Misses Mollie Ray Many years ago oranges tion from 7:30 to 9 o'clock, with many
Elizabeth Miller, returned yesterdayto and May Kilmer.DAUGHTERS could be had in our markets. Then friends from Lawrence and Somer-

her home at Coronado Beach. occurred a big freeze in the south and ville and other places in Massachusetts HnMltlMmillMlilMIMIItltimiiMitiHMMPHMorton's
in attendance, also guests from
Mr. J. Hugh Murphy has returned TO HEAR PATRIOTIC the supply was cut off. Californiagot Florida, Pennsylvania, New York,
from the University of Virginia to SERMON SUNDAY to the front with their sour- Maine and New Hampshire. A spe- frJ

spend his summer vacation with his picked product and Florida oranges cial car containing about forty friends
from Somerville left Winter Hill at
mother, Mrs. Jeanette R. Murphy.Mr. Sunday, June 14th, being flag day, were only a memory. They are des-
6 o'clock, carrying the party to law-
and Mrs: G. C. Butler have arrived the members of the Orlando chapterof 'tined to come back. People who go rence for the reception, afterwards Table Salt

from Detroit, Mich., and are the Daughters of the American down there will never be satisfied returning the company to Somerville.The .

visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. Revolution have asked Dr. Stagg to I with a substitute. Fruit growers' organizations newly married couple were assisted Never gets moist or cloggs your salt shaker
will reach out for the in receiving by the bride's par-
A. Butler, on North Main street. preach a patriotic sermon at the i ents, Rev. and Mrs. Robert W. Beers, Pure Horse RadishGood
northwestern trade and the fellows -
service of the big
morning Presbyterianchurch. the
Mr. Billy Beardall and Mr., Edwin Mrs. I. A. Whitcomb, mother of
will come this way. Inasmuchas bridegroom, the best man and maid
Beeman left yesterday for the beachin for an appetizer during the hot weather.
All members of the D: A. R., either an orange will keep on the tree of honor. The bride's grandmother.
Edwin's "Bear Cat" racing car. Lauer also received
Mrs. Mary A. ,
for weeks after it is ripe enough to
resident or visiting, are requested to ParowaxFor
They went over to get an idea of her with the couple for a short time, but
and will return this meet at the home of Mrs. Ford, South ship, it would seem that there is no owing to a severe cold, was obligedto
speed qualities,
Main street, at a quarter to eleven necessity of shipping green fruit. retire. Mrs. Beers was gowned in sealing jelly tumblers or fruit jars. Laun-
evening. be delivered in iced apricot brocade crepe faconne. Thebridegroom's
o'clock on Sunday morning next Ripe oranges can dry use also.
Miss Fannie Drennen will be mar- mother wore gray silk
and sweet and delicious.
: Jessie Mallory Thayer, Regent Or- cars they are with white lace trimmings. Irs.Lauer's .
ried to Mr. Wm. Hewitt, of New
There number of kinds of
lando chapter D. A. R. are a gown was of lavender crepe
York city, on June 30, at her homein fruit in Florida that are producedfor de chine with real lace collar. The

Birmingham, Ala. Miss Drennenis DEATH OF G. E. MERCK home use only. They are not eas- receiving party stood before a group THE SANITARY GROCERY F
of palms combined with Easter lilies
a graduate of Rollinscollege and
Mr. N. J. Merck yesterday re. I ily transported, being too delicate. and white carnations and white flow-
relatives and friends
has visited
ceived a message advising him of the These fruits are strictly tropical, andas ers were used in other places in the CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
many times in Orlando, where she they do not ripen in the winter room. An orchestra furnished music
death of his father, Mr. G. E. Merck,
'was most popular with everyone months northern do and in the dining room a collationwas
[ at Gainesville, Ga. He died from the people not learn served. The white carnations 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
who knew her.
much about them. They are the which used for ornamentationover
effects of a stroke of paralysis which were
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Robinson leave he suffered a few days ago. He was mangoes, the guavas, the alligator the table here, were tied with a
day for Atlanta to attend the contention and the portion of the bridal veil.
Japanese plum. The
of the of 76 years of age, and is survived by I In the library the guests recorded CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
six children. His wife has been dead guavas are very common and are their names in the wedding book, f
merica, which convenes for one several years. Mr. Merck has the I! used largely for making jelly. The while upstairs in the gift room were FUNERAL DESIGNS

eek. While Mr. Robinson is away of the entire :alligator pear and the mango are expensive displayed many beautiful articles of Jf ...
e will purchase an up to date equip- sympathy community fruits and the writer was cut glass, silver, china, pictures, can- *+*.t " .
in his loss.
delabra etc., received the
by couple.
ent for his new studio, which he ,
told that one tree of good size often Friends in the Broadway Congrega-

(ill open up about July 1, in the new A ground wire last night caused a produced $50 worth of fruit in a sea- tional church remembered them withan 11.1111111111111111111111.1 The Sentinel is the newsiest ai4

dition of the Watkins block. circuit of electric son. Then there are the bananas; elegant crystal and gold clock. I[best printed daily in Central Florida
to the
lights on I
Mr. J. W. Dickinson, who has been blink which made merchants several varieties are produced, but Among other gifts was a dining room I Sentinel want advertising serves
many set, together with other household
[loing the night trick at the Western resort to candles and lamps. The none for export. They are better, furnishings.The For Sale I. the seeker and the offerer equally.

Union Telegraph company's: Orlando Grand theater was entirely knockedout are juicy and are sweeter than whatwe happy couple left amidst a

office for the pant eight weeks, re- of operation and was unable to have in the markets. shower of confetti and many good OR T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
wishes for their wedding trip of a
2, Orlando.
fceiving the Sentinel's press dispatchs give the usual performance.Earl Some Florida orange groves of ten week, which will be enjoyed in an automobile 3-5-tf
has been transferred to Live Oak 'acres cost $15,000 when ten years old to places in New England. EXCHANGEFive

for the watermelon shipping season. Vick, George Baas, Bruce and in good bearing, and pay 25 per After October 1, Mr. and Mrs.
I I Whitcomb will be at home at 33 Hall ; HMMiMMIMIIIilllM
Ir. Dickinson will be succeeded by cent. on the investment after payingthe built
Floyd, T. 0. Brown and son and sev- avenue, Watertown.The Room House,

[Mr. Guy Empie, who has been at eral others left last night by auto to expenses of cultivation. bride, who is a graduate of the of cement blocks 24x36, ; Shoe RepairingCartright ; ;
Hastings during the potato season. spend Sunday at Daytona Beach. Somerville high school and of the

Mr. Empie returned' the first of the FOR SALE-Paim Beach Suits, New, is England an accomplished Conservatory musician of, Music and- shingles, two ; I by PARCEL POST | :

week to resume his old place. Eat what want Mohair Suits Lines Suits, Black Al- lots some
you since gratduating from the conserva- 100x150, young | I "" t mmmm
Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Eat all you want paca Coats, Blue Serge Summer tory taught for two years in a large '
Take a postscript and forget !it. I Coats. arrived. private school in Florida. The f room peach, orange andgrapeMen's Half Soles, 7se to 8se
For sale by all druggists. Newly W. M. Slemons. \ Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c !
For the news, read The Sentinel is a graduate of the Massachusetts fruit trees. Driven well
l-7-d connected with Raymond & Whit- 200 feet.
> Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo <

IMIIMMMIIMitiiMMIIHIIIli . M . . .IMMMMMMMMM" . comb The company bridegroom's, of Boston.gift to the bride Address ,' Heels Repaired, 2c ,
,MlliMMttlMMMIIIIIIMM. ., . . .*+,1'1,1".1' was a gold necklace with pearl and All work returned in 24 hours.

diamond pendant.ICE Box 424 ] | Ordtrs without remittance re- '
turned C. 0. D. We pay *
> > return postage.
UCRNMONDAY GRAND Kissimmee, Florida

| A. Hanson
$ The long expected ice cooling plant 6SimllllllllliMIHIIMIIBtft
has at last put in its appearance and 6 I I igp East Pine Street J

will be in operation Monday. I; : ORLANDO flORIDA
This system of cooling has quali- %
ties superior to that of any other 'II..t.t.tl""I''a.
ever attempted and is claimed by authorities -
to be the one successful,
Of Olive
"Story an reel American.
a one safe and sanitary way to cool and .11.111111111111111111111 t If your paper is not delivered

ventilate a room, owing to the fact (promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
that it does away with the fan, thus ;
"Nearly I a Burglar's Bride, one reel Komic. i preventing such drafts as would be JUST OPENED _ _

injurious to one. The air is forcedin WOOD
through the ceiling and drawn 'I
"His Reward, one reel Princess. out through the floor. In this way POPf'S 'I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's

there is a complete change of air, in ; ,Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

Some fine singing by local talent. the order entire that room the, every draft can two be minutes.In steady. LUNCH COUNTER I

and quiet it is that the 1
necessary 'I Sentinel want ads. are money get-
room be kept closed, thus preventing
That Dollar Box of the-.warm outside air entering the ; ten. Try them.
: : Candy aifikthe Pass will be given away room and only allowing such air as I

: | again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. passes through the ice.
The Grand hopes, by such means.
to keep its patrons cool and comfort- OSTEOPATHYOPEN

: : First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents able them and from at the the serious same results time protect which SODA FOUNTAIN :

follow ones being in the way of a ; DAY AND NIGHT DR. J. .HOWELL

: i Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accompanied fan.Adv.Up j POPE & BUTT PROPS !I I Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointment

by adult purchasing first floor ticket. to date painting, papering, etc.,. No extra charge for house treatment
ftIHIIIIIIIIIIIIll: I is the kind you want. Where to getit 37 W. CHURCH ST. Telephone connections

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s Dumber, Laths and Shingles

ryf Hew

Would You

i ORLANDO Better Yourself?

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

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

i;a TYPHOID HAS DISAPPEARED[ [ IN'a I Ii I Ii i THE PLACES OF WORSHIP superior goods, courteous attention and fair prices. Your doctor will tell you, we

are all right, then why not put us to the test.
i THE[ U. S. ARMY Rn $3.00:

f" This
? Mass and sermon, 9 a. m. FROMORLANDO Way
: Inoculation and Improved Sanitary
Benediction of the Blessed Sacra-
Conditions Have Freed Army ment after Mass. .
: f From Dread Disease Inquiry class 7:30 p. m.
! Your doctor gives you a prescription..He did it after carefully diagnosing your

f During 1913 typhoid fever has METHODIST CHURCH TOJACKSONVILLE case. He prescribed certain drugs he knew to have certain medical properties.YES .
eliminated from the
practically been Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. ; if your prescription had been filled with drugs of quality, you would have
United States army. What this means Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. AND RE-
.' can be appreciated only by those who The pulpit will be occupied at the TURN saved the trouble of going to your doctor again.
know the varied conditions under morning hour by Rev. P. L. Aber-
nethy, of Birmingham.
? which these men live. About ninety Thursday, June 18th
Epworth League p. m.
: thousand soldiers are scattered over ATLANTIC COAST LINE NOT THE DOCTORS FAULT

the Philippine Islands, Oahu in the ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL

Hawaiian group, northern China, Tickets good on All Regular ..
The Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen,
" Panama, Alaska and the United dean. Trains. Final Limit June 21st. But we know this; if your prescription had been filled at this drug store, drugsof

States proper. About twelve thou- First Sunday after Trinity.The Proportionate low rates from high quality would have been used. Your prescription would have been filled justas
sand have been living under canvasin Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
camps in Texas since February, Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. other points. your doctor wrote it.Don't.
Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30. For further information call
1913. Five thousand are native Fili- Evening prayer, 7:45.CHRISTIAN .
pinos living in the islands. on or write to

In a recent issue of the Journal of SCIENCE W.R. O'Neal, C. T. A.,

the American Medical Association, Sunday School at 10 a. m. w. D. WHITE, D. T. A. Forget:

Major Russell of the army medical Services Sunday at 11 a. m., Subject ORLANDOY.
% corps gives an account of the disap- : "God. The Preserver of Man."
Wednesday evening, meeting at R. Beazley, Traveling Passen-
pearance of typhoid in the army. That a "few pounds of prevention outweighs tons of NEGLECT. The cost may
s Oniy one case of typhoid fever in an 7:45.Corner & Church ger Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Di-
: inoculated soldier occurred during streets., Third S. Orange Floor avenue, Entrance on vision Passenger Agent be dollars and may be a life. You hear the fire alarm, with thousands of other peo

1913, out of 90,000 men. The case Church street. TAMPA pIe, and a little thrill of terror shakes you lest it be your home. But you are fortu

occurred in the battallion at Tientsin, __ __ "
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHRev. u nate-it chances this time to be your neighbor's, instead of your own. Take
: China. Two cases in this country occurred -I

in recruits of four and five John W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. PEOPLE'SVANTS these timely suggestions and bring us your prescriptions. Give us your drug business

days' service, respectively, who had Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. People who live out of town may mail us their orders-we pay postage.
not been inoculated at the time they O'Neal, superintendent.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. MUNNIMAKERS
were taken sick. "National Ideals."
Morning sermon,
The United States census for 1900 Evening sermon "Moral Elimina- Notices of Lost Wanted For Sale, For
Rent et&, for this column. 25c for one'day,.
gives the average typhoid death rate tions.; 5''Qc for three days'or f LOO for one week, for
16.5 hundred thousand inhab- Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 25 words or le a. Money; must aceeiepany
as per
3. m. the advertisements far this column, at no &
itants. Rosenau states that in this Young men's Bible class at 9:45a. Motions will be made on credit DeLaney AbernethyNext

country there are comparatively few m.
communities of 1,000 inhabitants or An effort is being made to get the FOR SALE

more which, during any period of younger tematic study men into of the this Bible.A class. for a sys- Nursery stock, one, two, three and Door tOe Store. Orlando Florida.We

twelve consecutive months within the cordial invitation to all services. four year old buds; Foster Early, .

':' last decade, have been entirely free Pineapple, Java, Hemosassa, Wash-
ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahn,
from typhoid fever. In 1908 the death FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf

toll from typhoid fever was no less
Edw. T. Poulson, D. D., pas- insure your life and loan you WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES YOUR PRINTINGLook
in the United States. In ,
than 35,000 FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare I money on real estate at 6 per cent
other words, one person in 200 con- tor.This church cordially extends its bargain; recently completely over- interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., AND DO ALL KINDS OF through your desk and see if
tracted typhoid fever that year." hospitality to all'\vho come within its hauled and made good as new in ev- Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. there is not some stationery of which
S This would mean at the 1908 rate, doors. If you have no church home in ery part; guaranteed first class con- 3-25-d&wtf you are in need. If there is, phoneus
this city, come and be at home withus. dition; must be sold at once, even at at 24 and we will call, get your
450 cases in the army at its present sacrifice. Come address. White Dean E. Ponder
or Oxogene Disin- order and do the work promptly and
strength.The Children's Day Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. fectant, ManU Tonic. Office room 22, at the lowest price consistent with
disappearance of the disease is Will be observed, beginning at 10 4-23-tf Empire building. 5-27-lm rM high grade work. It will receive our
o'clock a. m. The program will be best attention. Sentinel Court
inoculation of all recruits streetCow
due to as
FOR SALE Model T runabout Ford
under the auspices of the Sunday Tomato
ti enter the service. The general in first class condition fully Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
they school, and there will be no church car. at F. F. Dutton's
the the school equipped and good casings all around. Fla. Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
sanitary condition of the posts for services in morning, as 519tf.
the few is maintained at and church hours have been combinedinto For quick sale will take $350. C. B. L H. RAMSDELL ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices'J519tf. :
past .
years -
fi one. Lindsay, P. 0. Box 569, Orlando,
the same level, but it must be recalled A very interesting program has Fla., Phone 321. 6-7-lwk. Buy your garden seed from Dela- OPTOMETRIST
that soldiers entering the by been and the is ney & Abernethy. Just received a
on army arranged, public cor- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Latins) Rubber Stamps made to order aWarman's
no means lose touch with civil life. dially invited. FOR SALE-Truck wagon, and light :: Repair Shop. 12-5-tj
Eveningorship at 7:30 with the wagon. Apply Central Gardens.
in all features of ORLANDO. FLORIDAPut
They participate -
pastor in charge. Subject of sermon, 6-12-3t It will pay you to let us do some !
civilian life, just as any other trav- "A Man With a Message." of your printing. We do it right. If you want yow bicycle fixed ia i
elers or visitors, and so are exposedto B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; WANTED-Position as housekeeperwhere Subscribe for the Sentinel. money in thy purse by adver- hurry take it to Warman12ReppaiShop.
the same chances of infection that Mr. Eugene Reid president. child can be kept with me. tising in the Sentinel. .

Prayer and fellowship meeting on Pleasanc surroundings more important ----- __ ___.__ __ _
civilians incur. The fact that u
a pop- Wednesday night, 7:30. than salary. Address J. C., care
ulation of ninety thousand at a most Good music. Attentive ushers. "A Sentinel. 5-27-2w .tt..I'.IIIII., I-.lrll..iiiiiil. i iti.tii M 1t1 > e i M M i i t m i e t H HHMHtntMMMIMimM*

susceptible age has practically no typhoid church home for the young people."

the prophylactic immunity can be inoculation.accounted conferred for The by only extension the by- Welcome! RESOLUTIONS old ORANGE White Holden, Ocoee from GROVE grove., Fla.Orlando.FOR Write SALETwomiles ,Part 6-6d&wlmo.Mrs of Mark the I! t IT'S TIM[ TO T TAKE[ UP TIE HOUSE[

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t' of this measure to certain phases
To the Worshipful Master, Wardens, AN EXPERT automobile mechanic,
{ of civil life is definitely indicated for and Brethren of Orlando Lodge No. driver or salesman, 10 years expe-
adolescents who have not had the 69, F. & A. M.-Greeting: rience, desires position. Familiar with

fever, in the presence of an epidemic, Again the Grim Reaper has enteredour all types of motors. Address, R. G. B., f FURNISHING R I ( f IN REAL l

r b or for those leaving their homes for number midst our, and late removed Brother James from our H. Route 2, Box 49, Orlando. QUESTION)

travel or for life in the country. Is Burnett who was called from labor LOST-Brown coat on road between
there no value in this procedure t. to refreshment on the sixth day of Ocoee and Orlando. Reward. Box
June, 1914. 142, Winter Park, Fla. 6-6-tf
railroads and other industrial con-
Our brother had been long a laborer EARl EST
cerns that employ armies of skilled in our craft and had lived beyondthe LOST-Somewhere between the court
labor, as well as to the individual on usual allotted time set for man, house and Oscar Hand & Son's fur- _

farms and railroads whose family is having enty-seven attained years.the ripe age of sev- place niture and store Cooper, or &between Alha's real the estate latter Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive j

dependent on his manual labor for He had been an active worker in office, an abstract of title in book delight; it is pleasure to select from them, and an added _
livelihood? The has been shown
way the walks of men as well as in the form enclosed in large square envel
r for reducnig greatly the three hundred Masonic craft; therefore, ope. Mailed from Bartow, Fla., to pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

thousand cases per annum inthis Be it resolved, That we tender our John R. Basinger, Auburndale, Fla. in every sense of the word.HiMIII8liMMtllHMIHMMMMIMMMimillllilMIMJ. _
sympathy to the bereaved widow and Finder please leave at Cooper &
country by a procedure causingless daughter who are left to mourn his Atha's office on Church street and
inconvenience than vaccination loss, and point them to God in whomour receive reward. 6-7-3t +
late brother placed his trust, as-
suring them that their confidence will \ | CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
It is a dull week when Bob Holly be well founded; and FOR RENT tr

i isn't elected president of something. That the secretary be instructed to ] | to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
This week's honor is the bestowal of: set aside a page in the minute book FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
the presidency of the Florida Devel- of this lodge to his memory, and that our store at No. 9 W. Church street. clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
tnese resolutions be engrossed thereon Come in and we will show you. Pierce
opment Commission. What is that Electric Co. 3-29-tf
and that a copy be furnished his feature to
?' anyway, Bob-Orlando Sentinel. family and to each of the local pa- you.
TO RENT-Some desirable mod-
Wake up, old fellow, and hear the pers. very MIIIIIMiMIIMIMMMJHMIHMIMItHIMIMmillHMMHHiKincaid
ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
Signed by the committee, this ninth
birds sing. You are so busy down 4-26-tf
day of June, 1914. --_
there changing positions that you CHAS. P. DOW. FOR RENT-Six room house, in first
have no time to look at the cards. JNO. JI.| LEE. class condition. No. 210 N. Orange

The Florida Development Commission JAMES THOMSON. avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or-
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
means to develop Florida
& SnowdenFurniture
The Orlando council, galvanizedinto I
through real advertising and that the activity by a railroad accident i FOR RENT To desirable tenant, 7
t next session of the legislature will be room bungalow, corner East Pine
asked for an appropriation for the that demolished an automobile and and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad-
r nearly killed two young men, have shaw. 6.101wMISCELLANEOUS
same. Incidentally we might also
called for a conference with railroad of Characterat
open a night school for embryo legis-
officials concerning the installationof
lators and endeavor to tell some of
warning devices. It is to be hoped
the newspaper men how they can be BIG STRONG SWEET
that Clearwater POTATO Prices
x elected two years hence. Do you get before can accident have safety signals PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall Popular ........

me, Joe-Sanford Herald. an occurs.- variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's
Clearwater Sun. Choice banana plants at lOc.
CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnations or $5.500 per 100. Now is a apiece good : Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
Read the time to set either. The Bear's Head
Morning Sentinel. Price
s and roses. J. M. Caruthers. Farm, Pine Castle, Fla.

6-8-3t 10 cents a week. 6-4-d6t-wlt ffji n Minimum m IIMIMIMIM I"'II'IIIII" : IIIIII:1I 19 !**$::,,::::::

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EJnpire Hotel




Coutch Broth

Sliced Tomatoes Pickles/ Is the Coolest Place in OrlandoWe

Red Salmon Egg Sauce
fine Chef and the best
Baked Young Chicken, a la Standard : a serve

Boiled Leg of Lamb Caper Sauce :. 50c-meal in town. .

Kimblet Western Beef :
Rooms with bath $1.00.
Reno Cake Chocolate Sauce :

Snowflake Potatoes Candied Yams : Special rates for room and board by the .

Early June Peas String Beans : week.'F:

Steamed Rice

Peach Ice Cream Cake


Tea Coffee Ice Tea

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Manager Carl Franklin of the / 1 -IN A-

Western Union Telegraph company, 1 ''I I III I I +d l I+ii j
of this place, was jailed yesterday for
I' Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of
contempt of court. He was orderedto j QualityFRESH

produce certain telegrams that had 1,4 II'It '
passed between Kirby Sandlin and House. AND SALT MEATS

his.second. wife in the Sandlin bigamycase e
here and according --
tried ,
," __ *. -re Western Union Only four and one half
'"'= Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
i)0: -i l4 not give up the ; blocks from the post
tJ' -h. {ams. Judge Per- s Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
:AVt :'i i ? it our to produce or % office East Side. A

'. ..... .k ,tie manager stood I//It'I' Low Round Trip Rates and pure.

*?f t jr ic county bastile. I variety of fruit. We are We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
sell this everything in the Meat Line.
5rti.;3 ?4 orders from hisk.t SLL.au 37.75 CUeaf $43.50 CiaciaaaU. $33.00 going to prop
. 55.75 Lstuvill 31.50
Dtsrer 51(0.5SSO St rill *
., he replied that he CaUrab SpriaftSakLaksCar D.Jatla. ,a CUI KsoxnlU 21.40 erty and have put the
71.60 Wmaiptf 7675 EriatTiD 32.25
then ordered the
hs ? . .
YtUovsttas\ 7810 Ton.it. ".to Isdiaupofis 38.30 The PARLOR MARKETH.
f ,,. i-sonville and bring FutlaW 106.00 Mtstreal 55.45 Fro=ck Lick. 3570 price at only $2350.
Seattle 10600 Pt..key 5148 T.M. 41.10
:."" : twell here to an- Lot AlicItt 89.51 MickoiCBiffaU 53.00 Dctroft. 43.50 1 I
i Sal FnsdKt. 8S.50 . 47.40 CkuUtqu 47.40 I Reasonable terms.
> ";,r,, large. The super- i CIacier Park 82.7S 1iuara Falb 47.40 Mat Can 30.90 M. Self & Co.
\! ;'... willing for his emI i Low rates to other points in Colorado California Canada,Minnesota .
j' had ,Michigan the Great Lake and Rocky Mountain Proportionallylow
evidently no
b ;: rates from other points in the State. $ Atha PINE
> :jraself and he im-I Tickets oa sale daily,until September. Return limit Oct.31. Cooper STREET

',* the manager tot I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT
<,,: The manager was G LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. 114 South Orange Ave.. Ground Floor I Phone No. 80
li Going through St.Louis returning through Chicago
"I the of the
t *n important part TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
U, : tin it was shown I through train daily;choice of three different \
11I route ,
a"' .1 two wives at one II ---
Perkins l Three daily trains to the southwest through New
krnc t c. Judge ;4 Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. ..f'.IIIII.I.IIIII.IIIII.IIII.II.IIIIIIIIIIIII."IIIIIIII"'I" IIII.t" .
i hiswerve f him from Rock LaHait No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated
i booklets of summer tourist resorts rates, sleeping
R fr ," ai it and his action car reservations and other information address,

tisjtern 4 Union to pro. H. C. RETNEY,
.< i,;- she telegram in the A"" Florida PaucBfer Altai,
j j'-. ', 'brands the judge III, 134 West Bay Street.JACISOHVlLlE. M. SLEMONS
y .FLA.
v* r:' to preside over the .

L:" 't',.:ct He is certainly

,, ,ds. Sanford Her-
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,.- New Goods
h/h Fare 3 00 Arriving DailyWe
.J d (; LONGER, BUTK1'tS ,


"J:,. ,:. .e 12.-It is to bet ,

,t.'l' more, but Senator
Lerr r'1 Illinois, if you t

I 1;;. Lewis has ordered II-=2 a J sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

\ ., ite his name Ham-
-: I ,t out J. Ham and made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

I...,' : -, ike. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towet.
k;:I order for the full Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,6 iDeM$10 tUfanom and parlors accoamodating: 1500 pa wn.pn. .
i..i. said: Greater witnt of in the es world.t-larger la in iemce all propertioa-nda June 13du in all appointments thin any using ainlaad Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

hnis ;' i West I am known I I Magnificent Steamer"SEEANDBEE.""Gty of Erie"and"Cty of Buffalo"
I &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
If\t, :' :,am. I was named Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar let to Dec.1stj
: ether James j te..e Buffalo '.00 P.H. lean Cleveland 900P.M.
e. : Ham- Cleveland .
.Anne 7JO A.M. AmTeBu&lo 7J9A.M.
.tE=.t'I I ,:.)vernor of South (Eaten Standard Time)
,, 11 CoImeedau .wkad&oa.ea'sB..T...1.t.0.w>asvd lwla_.sobs4. <
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S ? 7)D7P 1'l7l'ft'meol "W. M. SLEMONS
\t "1 the newspapers : rue CZ.CVCf.M4t1; is StSFFALO'TAA1iS1T t0.. } nua. D. 1 1I

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r.r ,aid Senator Kern, ORANGE AVENUEiMMIMMOIMi

tj: v f the senate, who

.' "If this spirit of To the West and Northwest jjlHIIII.... .. ...> Mr IMillMMIMHMMIMMIHHIi IllllliIHIMMIMIMM --

.1' I up you may cut
t ,< and that would be -V1A-

-. public life."

yV j ,\ !r leave me," Sena- DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
-if. ,s replied. fimmmmmmmum 1"0"1 I Il ummmmm: ==1


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*' ndo. The Sentinel T Orlando, A. C. L.......12:31 am S:13pm Flyer.I v Orlando. ........................ 1:11 pm SUMMER COOKING .
.... and feel that r Jacksonville A. C. L... :4Sam 730mv r Jacksonville ..................... 7t39pm
I.I :r, we
J Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25 pm v Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 1:15 pm
." j ; ;tie to its efficiency T Wayeross A. C. L..U:50am 105 pm T Wayeross, A. C. L. ....:........ID:Opm
r Macon G. S. & F....... 6:13pm 4:15am r)1acon" G. S. &; F. .............. .1:46&11Ir
1 y ;t tivices of Mr. Spark- r Atlanta, C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25 am Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 1\un How do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitchen \
; t. staff. Hugh .. r Knoxville, L. &; N. .............12:1)pm
I > 'trial| r Chattanooga W. &; A. 12:18am ll:55m ................
r Corbm. L. 4: N. 3:16pm wood coal do
l i. right young fellow, r Nashville N. & &; St. L. 4 SO am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pm hot and stuffy with a dirty or range, or you \

; t t ::r. newspaper experi- Ar SL Louis, L G& 1.&N. %:50 pm 1:20 am r Indianapolis Pa. L ............ 1:50 am Gas ?
Ar Lexington, L. &; N. ............ t.SOpm have a clean, cool and comfortable Range
e possesses a clever Ar Hopkinsville L. &; N........... .:%1 pm Ar Cinemanti. L. & N. ............. 8:50pmr
:y '!.*t is only the gift of Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9.23am 9:25: pm Kalamazoo, & R. &; L ..........12.30pm
< DeSoto county boy, Ar Terre Haute C. &; E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids. G. R. II; L ....... %:45 pm We offering reductions during June and
Ar Chicago. C. *; E. L..... 6:50pm 6:5Paa r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am are some great
.t. 5d in this city, and
I would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for
r ; -ill be pleased at his l DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED you.
I Solid train, composed of section .
q trcadia News. drawingcom Solid train composed of electric lighted
sleeping can observation cempartment
". an and dininr car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
; .'l t." ivery ODe in town to Chicago and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cmeianaii, and
.... ar between Jacksonville and Sl Louis.
'i. Jacksonville Louisville
he painter, before ant Indianapolis;
':. > busy to look you DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
jid I will be on the Solid train carrying electric lighted como Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping ear between Orlando Water & Light Company
120.tf.zing artment observation sleepers and cleetlM Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
and ThttrsdsTs of e.h week. Diane car
lass coaches
I and
smoking car Dming car Gas Department
7 a specialty at ens meals a la carte. service between AtlaaU and Cincinnati. r.

: Shop O' Court St.
t FOR TICKETS. PULLMAN RE3EBVASOWS .UtKUsMMHiK.(. WIQSB OB CALL ON "' A "" ""'''' ''-''''- .\'.\'....'''' .
W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent W. D. WHOT, Dap TIdctt Aj !nt .

the SentaeL Atlantic Gout Line, Orlando

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Steamer Pretoria Tore a Holein !
Her Hull but Nobody I Ql 0 1 t 1
"Are State Bank ot Orlando Was InjuredOn

Certificates Negotiable?" Board Steamship New York, .... : ::\,,: ':-:.::;'\\ :'::

June 13.-Via Siasconsett, Mass ,
s They are. Our Certificates of De- June 13.-By( Wireless.)-While the .

' posit may be transferred to other par- American liner New York, westbound ,..; r..;1 ...t...> J ....

: ties by endorsement without disturb- was motionless in a heavy fog .. "j .' .
400 miles east of Ambrose light ship .
the accumulated interest at : .' -
ing any early today the HamburgAmericanliner .
time. Pretoria, bound east, ran into : :
The 4 per cent interest will be her and ripped a hole twelve feet
high and thirty-two feet long in her
' l'I =
ready for the rightful owner when pre- port side. I ,: .

sented for payment at maturity. The The hole is flush with the main t

Certificate may be renewed with the deck and is' fifteen feet above the "What is that which the fcroezc, o'cr tIm towering
water line. So was the forceof
great steep ,
interest added in, if preferred.
the collision that the Pretoria'sanchor As it blows half
fitfully conceals, half discloses -
was torn from her bow and
left inside the that had
:. hanging gap Wow it catches the gleam of the luornin 's first
.." been torn in the New York. Prac-
tically all of the passengers on both beam,
y ships were asleep.Immediately In full 1 glory reflected, now shines. on the

after the collision the stream: .

engines of both ships were ordered 'Tis the Star Spangled Manner} : Oh long it :
ilMilllilillMH " " " '. way .
I full speed astern and passengers :_. '. wave

} I came hurrying to the decks. The :. : O'er tho land of the free ant] the home of :. .
Will Put the Reins of the New York '
j We passengers were :': the brave." ; At
I able to reach over and touch the bow :;.

: of the Pretoria as she pulled away .'. ,..
L Success Your ..
of in .
: from her dangerous position. There ..'.' '.. ..:.'. .'. ..

: was no panic. Captain Roberts and \.... ... .. .... ;... .:;.........,
; Hands I Chief Officer Turner were both on ..
: the bridge at the time of the collision. : ff
... ;! t.
with : They reassured the frightened pas- .
How? By furnishing
you of whom hurried to
.t : sengers, many
I .. .
} a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative the starboard side of the ship, anticipating ......,, "
I I a list to port. Members of ........ .. ....,. .. ... ... .. . ... .' t
call on you. He will give you a : the crew also went among the pas- .. ..-:' -' ... ; '.

formula that will make and : sengers and urged them to be calm. O.t : : I C -; .. D t J J( D. ; ;

I mature Upon orders of Captain Roberts tht 1 (' '"oN .. .. ": '.. .... .... ; ; .. .... ., .. :,:W ;.-. : : ::.
fruit bulkheads of the New York were
your .' ':
closed at 12:52 o'clock this morning

F because of the density of the fog. :. :. .,,:.:....::> ,'y;::. '.:':..:: '."-:..::" .. .. ....:. ''-.':'" '.';. : >:, ..;.... :: :. :.?\:.:X.{. .:.;:.' :.. :
This was about ten minutes before ...

j: The Soutlierli r Fertilizer Co.7y the Pretoria collision.replied During constantly this period to fog tha J""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111".le.,111111111

r sirens Captain blown Roberts by the New blew York.two long MIIMMMIIIttlMMMIIIIMMMIMIMIMMI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111"III..o..t, MlllltlMi 11111.1

blasts for five minutes
prior to the collision. These whistles .HliiilMMMIMilililMMMMMmiltllitMiMMMIIIII MINIMA

k *p (indicated that the New York had

____n __ _n un _. stopped. Suddenly there was a crash,
succeeded by a sharp tearing soundas THE
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the New York were shattered by the

f H Pretoria's bow.ROOSEVELT .



We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRABI:

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- : Will Deliver Lecture Before Geo- MONDAY
graphic Society in London and
ing quantity desired. Price sure right. :
y Will Convince Doubters

We carry constantly a full line of crate material of : ABIGSHOW
9 London, Eng., June 13.-fhtodcr
r all kinds. : Roosevelt arrived in London today
a _
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper. Egg Plant Carriers :, from the continent accompanied by;
I Mrs. Nicholas Longworth and Philip
etc. Phones 181191. J. Roosevelt, his cousin. Accompanied by
Ambassador Walter Hines Page
greeted the former president at the
F. F. Dutton

"My visit to England is purely a That Real OrchestraA
3 SANFORD, FLORIDA social and scientific one," Colonel

515tf. Roosevelt told newspapermen. "I
have come here to lecture before theRoyal

++HIMH " HMMMMMf.MtlHHmiMIMiMUMIilllMMIMMMMIIIMMM.. Geographic society on the sub-
-_ ject of my discoveries and adventures "Truly Grand" Show.
in Brazil and also to meet friends. I
will not discuss politics-either Amer-

ican, English or French." I CHILDREN 5c. ADULTS lOc.
One of the colonel's first visitorswas : :
See Our Specials For Dr. John Scott Keltie, secretaryof

the Royal Geographical society.The "
3 colonel's lecture is to be deliv- uesday---"The Perils oi Pauline. .

ered in a small lecture hall and only .
those fellows of the society who 1III111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111I1111II1I "HMMMMMHMMMtMMMMMMMMMM
ted. It has not been disclof whether -

Colonel Roosevelt will reply to A.

explorer, and others who have ques- I SALOONS OUT
tioned his discovery. ( from page 1) (Continued from page 1)
After luncheon with Ambassador I Nashville, Tenn., June 13.-Spe-(
opposed the repeal bill when it was that the duties of the county super- Tennessee court
cial.-The supreme
Page Colonel Roosevelt went to Che
: Agents for Barclay Corsets quers Court, the country residence of before the house, declared he would iitetdent as secretary of the boardare today took the last prop from under

Lieutenant Colonel Lee, where he will not oppose the amendment, thoughhe clearly ministerial and not discre- the saloons and liquor interests in
McCall's Patterns spend a quiet week end. thought it "negative and ineffective. tionary. He said he would like muchto Tennessee when it declared the "nui-

f. Among the guests of Ambassador ." see the ruling of the supreme courton sance" law passed by the last legisla- ,
this question. He had failed to ture constitutional. The law makes
MM MMIMMMMMMMHM MMMMMM Page at luncheon were the Span- "The original position of the
ish ambassador, Alfredo Merry del house," he said, "was more honest, find anything in the law on the sub- the owners of property jointly liable
Val; Earl Grey, former governor gen- more manly, more courageous. The :ject to support the idea that the duties for the violation of prohibition with
BLEASE WIRES FOR DATA ON WAS OVERCOME BY GAS IN eral of Canada; Earl Curzon of Ke- senate, by this amendment, concedes : of the superintendent in such capacity the tenants or subtenants. A test

RIGHTS OF MILITIA MAKING A CONNECTIONMr. dleston, former viceroy of India; everything conceded by the house bill, I are in any measure discretionary. case may be carried to the supreme

i John Singer Sargent, the American and then, to satisfy its conscience, or The law does not say that the court of the United States.

r Columbia, S. C., June 13.-In a tel- A. S. Kivet was overcome by artist; George MacAulay Trevelyan, its fears, throws out this negative superintendent shall countersign the
l egram Governor Blease asked Secre- gas on Orange avenue yesterday the historian; Henry James, the declaration as a sop to those who oppose warrants, and the only authority for TELEGRAPHERS GET INCREASE: ,.
this is found in form
of -
Amercian author; CoL Edward M. the measure." a warrant
tary of War Garrison that, "if South while making a connection at the House of Texas.ENGLISH prescribed which makes provision for Chicago, June 13.-(Special.)-
Carolina's militia troops encamp ;at corner of Church street. )lr. Kivet Mr. Underwood said the reserva- such signature.Mr. The telegraphers of the New York,

Augusta, will you promise me that if pulled the plug out and the fumes PLAYERS DEFEAT tion in the amendment would. haveno M. M. Smith, of the county Chicago and St. Louis railroad were
effect in future negotiations."Our
they are to be placed in service in which assailed him were so powerfulthat AMERICANS AT POLO board, stated that the teachers would .i today granted a minimum wage of
Mexico that you will first allow themto he succumbed. He did not fall, act in surrendering our rights not be allowed to stand any expense I $66 and payment for work in excess
however, until after he had left the will be the point that is weighed in the boardof
in to their Sunday by
return to their own state, and Meadowbrook, L. I., June 13.- suing get I of six hours on
pipe and started the street, the future, and not an accompanying the
mobilize therein, and that you will across (Specials-England) defeated Ameri- Such a suit would be tried in coun- arbitration. The board denied
not order them direct from the Au- when a passerby saw him reel, and ica here today in the international declaration of what we meant when ty court, and, it is said, would not demands for a general increase of

gusta camp to duty in Mexico, or caught him in his arms. He was !I polo contest, winning the match in we performed the act," he said. require more than six weeks or two fifteen per cent.

anywhere else without first allowing automobile taken to the curb and laid out on an seven periods, with a score of 81.2 months for the teachers to secure

them to return to their own state and cushion while restorativeswere to 3. English ponies being superiorto Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Evans, of Or- payment Eat what you want.
exercise their right of volunteering" applied. lIe came around quickly the Americans, aided greatly in lando are pleasant guests of Mr. and Eat all you want. and forget it.
and Take a postscript
to walk
Secretary Garrison was also asked ,short time.was away in a the contest. Mrs. E. RJBaldin in our city for W. M. Slemons has on sale: New For sale by all durggists.
"is it optional with our troops to several days. Mr. Evans is a brotherof Men's Shirts, Men's Underwear,Men's l-T-d&w-lyr

either camp at Augusta or hold an Read the Morning Sentinel. Price Mrs. Baldwin.-Arcadia Daily Suspenders, Men's Straw Hats, Men's
encampment within this state" I Read the advertisements daily. 10 cents a week. News. Panama Hats. 6-12-3td-ltw j Try the Sentinel Job Departmpnt.s .

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