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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 16, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.
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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESD AY, JUNE 16, 1914. NUMBER 107.GENERAL .

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[N[ L HEALTH[ AND SANITARY A Y NUMEROUS u VIOLATIONS OFCHILD f fl RIEXPORTS I SHOW KING I OF f ALBANIA LEADS\ ,llVf f MEMBERS FEDERAL l lI


LABOR lAW I FINE INCREASE\ f 'FOR ARMY m REPULSE f 't I RESERVE f f BOARD A WERE f f

CONDITIONS IN ORLANDO A ARE[ GOOD i ti!

'J IN ORLANDO PAST I MONTH TURKISHSTRONG RDBDI.f NAMED TODAY


SAYS DR. C.-T. I CONTRACT fOR PAYING UN MILES[ I
ACCORDING, TO STATEMENT PHOSPHATE AND LUMBER FORCE OF MUSSUL E. C. SIMMONS OF ST. LOUIS

SISTANT TO Of STREETS[ WITH BRICK MADE BY THE STATE II LEAD IN FIGURES MADE MANS ATTACKED CAPI- DECLINED APPOINTMENT
HEALTH
LABOR INSPECTOR, PUBLIC BY CUSTOMS TAL, DURAZZO, BUT OFFERED HIM BY

May Be Let This Afternoon When J. C. PRIVETT COLLECTOR WERE REPULSED PRESIDENT

BEST SEWERAGE[ [ [ SYSTEM City Commissioners Open

Bids SubmittedAt NO PROSECUTION[ AI THIS TIME BRITISH SNIPS CARRY OUR GOODS fOR GN SNIPS lAND BLUEJACKETS[ HUN MAY JED THE B M
NOW BEING INSTALLED
o'clock this afternoon the I
LANDO IS THE two I
city commissioners will open bids for CHILDREN WORKING IN VIOLA- FLORIDA'S PRODUCTS GO TO 'TO PROTECT LEGATIONS AND HE IS ASSISTANT SECRETARYOF

SANITARY EXPERT ;!.paving about ten miles of streets TION OF LAW ARE REMOVED NEARLY EVERY NATION ON FOREIGN INTERESTS-REBELS THE TREASURY AND
SEEN ALL AND with brick and everybody hopes a I
I FROM EMPLOYMENT AND THE GLOBE; IMPORTS SAID TO OUTNUMBERKING PRESIDENT APPOINTED
KNOW bid will be made which can be accepted -
II" and the work begun at an EMPLOYERS WARNED |I COME MOSTLY FROM I WILLIAM'S TROOPS HIM WHEN SIMMONS
1 early date. TO SIN NO MORE |I CUBA THREE TO ONE DECLINED
"Orlando is installing the [
A number of large paving contractors !
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pure water and the have representatives here lookingover State Labor Inspector J. C. Privett ; Jacksonville, Fla., June 15.-The Durazzo, Albania, June 15.-Government Washington, June 15.-Nominations -
conditions are far above I the ground, and those in author- spent yesterday inspecting the various month of May showed a fine increaseover troops under the personal of Charles S. Hamlin of Bos-
age," was the opinion ity hope to'have the work begun at Orlando establishments affectedby April in from the state leadership of Prince William today ton, T. B. Jones of Chicago, W. P. G.
exports
Dr. C. T. Young, I an early date and as much as possi- the Florida child labor law, and repulsed a strong attack on the Albanian ,Harding of Birmingham, Paul War-
state health officer, to the ble completed before the tourist sea- 'will complete his work today, going of Florida, according to figures just capital by Mussulmen insur- burg of New York, and A. C. Millerof
missioners yesterday son begins next fall from here to Lakeland and other made public by Judge J. F. C. Griggs, gents. The insurgents early gainedan San Francisco, to be members of

Dr. Young has been in I ,points in the state. When seen at collector of customs, in the federal advantageous position but when the federal reserve board, were sent
several days and has the Tremont yesterday afternoon Mr. building. (,Colonel Thompson, the Dutch com- to the senate today by President Wil-
PRESIDE[ NT WILSON INSISTS I T ON
ough inspection of the Privett said he had discovered a number Phosphate rock still shows the mander of the gendermerie, was son.

health conditions of the ANTITRUST I LEGISLATION[ of violations of the law in Orlando highest figure of any commodity in I killed Prince William placed himself Members were nominated to serve
came here to determine but that no prosecutions would dollars and cents, the total being ,; at the head of the defenders and suc- the following terms:
the origin of a few cases result at this time. ceeded in silencing the rifle and ar-
rosin and
$916,852; pitch turpentine I Hamlin, two years; Warburg, four
which have occurred during And Congress Abandons Hope of an I II Where he finds children under age following second with $616,165 worth; I illery fire of the attacking force years; Jones, six years; Hardtncr,
few weeks. He said the Early Adjournment, Again Bow working or being worked at improper lumber, logs, timber and other forest after three hours of fighting. eight years; Miller, ten years.

uation was not alarming ing to President's Will hours he removes the child from employment products, $459,067; cotton, $612,571. ,j I Bluejackets from the internationalfleet Simmons Declined a PlaceE.
general sanitary conditions I; and warns the employerthat All packing house products exported ,!" lying off the Albanian coast C. Simmons, of St. Loris, declined -
that there is little danger I amounted to leaf tobacco j!I have been sent ashore to guard the
Washington, June 15.-Special.-( ) further violations of the law will $292,260; appointment to the federal reserve -
ease becoming epidemic, President Wilson today took steps to : result in arrest and prosecution, leave $88,935; railroad ties, $65,869; eggs, i j: foreign legations. board. Charles S. Hamlin of
reasonable precautions are I I show definitely that he obdurately opposed ing a permanent reminder of the pro- $40,387; flour, $33,740; and steel billets -i The attack came as a complete sur- Boston, now assistant secretary of
As a matter of fact, adjournment of congress with- visions of the law by posting a copy $11,661. These figures give no prise to the residents of the capital, the treasury, was therefore designated -
time of year many Florida out passing anti-trust legislation. of it in the establishment where the idea of the bulk of rail shipments of i where official statements had been in his place when the nominationsfor
fer from more or less Minority Leader Underwood's sug- violations occur. course. I published declaring that the Mussul- the entire board were sent to the
Orlando there has been one gestion for postponement of legisla- The law provides that no child un- The monthly totals of exports for man rebels against: the rule of Prince senate.
a total of fourteen cases. tion to a supply session to be called der the age of twelve years shall be the year 1914 so far as as follows: I William had been utterly defeated by '. It was said unofficially that Presi-

age mortality from typhoid in November was frowned upon at employed, permitted or suffered to January --___________--__$2,643,430 the government forces a few days dent Wilson probably would send in
per cent. per hundred the White House where it was inti- work in, about or in connection with February$2,360,387 ago. the nominations for the five members
estimating Orlando's mated that now that congress knows any store, office, or in the transmis- March ------------------$3,511,595 Accounts vary as to the strengthof late today without designating a governor
eight thousand, which is the determination of the president it April _$2,771,579 the opposing forces in the and would choose that officer
sion or sale of merchandise, or in the ------------------ now
conservative, the mortality ____________________
will settle down to business and pass j transmission of messages, in any city May $3,153,106 field. It is generally estimated, however later. Thomas B. Jones, a Chicago
age is 121-2 per hundred i the legislation. All hope for an early of 6,000 population or more, and that In volume of exports, the ten principal -i that the government has 9,000 lawyer, has been selected for the gov-
At present there is a total adjournment has vanished with the no child under fourteen of ports of Florida compare as : trained and organized men who are 'ernorship, but with the coming of
cases under treatment in I I making known of the president's I II i shall, be employed, permitted years or suf-age follows: Pensacola, $1,361,989; Fer- ;'said to be opposed by about 27,000 Mr. Hamlin to the board it was

While sanitary and stand. j fered to work in, about or in connec- nandina, $593,512; Tampa, $400,136; I insurgents. The rebels for the most thought that plan might be changedand
tions in Orlando are above I I 1 tion with any mill, factory, workshop, Key West, $375,803; Port Ingiis, I' part are tribesmen without disciplineand the governorship might go to
age they are not perfect, !I mechanical establishment $155,450; Jacksonville, $129,359; Boca' they are scattered over a wide the Boston man.
laundry, or '
view ,to aiding the flORIDA WOMAN HONORED BY on the stage of any theater. Grande, $82,850; St. Andrews, $35- range of country. Mr. Hamlin is an expert in finance,
their efforts toward 286; Carrabelle, $13,658; Miami, !! Durazzo occupies a peninsular po- who served as assistant secretary of
Young made the 8)I FEDERATION WOMAN'S' CLUBS No child under sixteen years of age $5,063; total, $3,153,106. sition and forms a natural fortress the treasury under President Cleveland -
is permitted to work in the establish- I t
mendations: British steam vessels led in value j.easily defended by a few modern ) :]l and retimed to the treasury department -
ments mentioned above until the '
Since eternal vigilance is per- of exports carried, as usual, with a'': guns. : ] soon after President Wilson
son or corporation employing him
of health, it is Tango, Hesitation and Other Naughty obtains total figure of $1,585,998. Other t I 1 took office as the assistant secretaryin
a permit or employment
1st. That the city Dances Are Condemnedby cer- countries whose ships figured were: : charge of customs. The appoint-
guard its water supply by Women does tificate.not grant Inspector these Privett permits says exceptin he Spanish, $507,289; German, $263,967; SECRETARY S[ Of LABOR WILSON ment of John Skelton Williams: t3
sition or control of the American, $202,093; Cuban, $187,816; be comptroller of the currency left
The removal of logs and ; Chicago, June 15.-Special.-( ) necesasry cases where for the the child's of labor wid-is Austrian, $136,285; Norwegian, $45- : WOULD S SUPPLY HARVEST[ HANDS I'I'i vacant the office of assistant secre-
the shore line, and some ;: With one exception all officers of the support a 000; Italian, $37,566; French, $16,920.I tary in charge of treasury fiscal bu-
owed mother
i I or other dependents.In .
the bed and the substitution General Federation of Women's Club3I One hundred and fifty thousand I' i :reaus and Mr. Hamlin was appointed
and sand therefor would including the president, Mrs. Percy !, connection with the child labor dollars' worth of goods were also car- To West and Southwest Through Excursions ;0 I II to that place, which put him logicallyin
rially enhance its activities :! V. Penn'backerill, be re-elected !'law is a provision limiting the hoursof ried out in sailing vessels, with $69- : From Eastern Cities t I J i line for promotion to the secreta-
bed. The flow of surface I i tomorrow. The exception is Mrs. C.I I I employment to 54 hours per week 943 of this in British sailing ships. | Over Trunk Line Railways I' J ry's office itself.President .
the street on the west side L. Blankenburg, of Philadelphia, firstvicepresident ;for children under 16 years of age, The countries to which Fiorida's I' Wlsion, it is said, has
the right of way of the S. who refused to serve I and forbidding their employment be- goods were carried included most .of 1 been reluctant to appoint Mr. Hamlinto
way should be intercepted longer. Mrs. Samuel B. Sneath, of :fore the hour of five o'clock in the the nations of the earth, the customs Washington, June 15.-(Special.)- j j the reserve board because he felt
bankment or wall. A Tiffin, Ohio, present second vice-pres-J morning or after eight o'clock in the house report showing: j Secretary of Labor William B. Wil- | ]he was needed in his present posi-
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examination of the water ident, will be elected to the vacancy.I I evening.The I son today asked the Interstate Comj'' j tion.
England, $704,471; Netherlands,
Her place will be taken by Miss penalty for violation of the merce Commission to arrange with
intervals is
an approved
j $614,939; Germany, $558,416; Cuba, j railroad trunk lines to excursionsinto !
A. Bacon of run
determination of I I: Georgia Worcester, law is a fine of not more than $50, '
The above sewage .Mass.tion. a There new member will be of the federa- and for continued violation after be- $179,700$403,119;; Italy Argentina, $183,497, $98,786; Belgium; Aus-, : farm\ the hands West to and assist Southwest in harvesting to carry i DETECTIVE[ [ BURNS U IN BAD WITH
no contests. J ing warned by the '
state labor
inspector
made and repeatedly tria, $69,203 China, $65,869 Japan, : I
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The
great state labor
the directors will be crops.
Among new j or other officer a fine of not r POLICE CHIEFS[
years ago by your former $46,500; France, '$41,969; Sweden, I ,commissioners of Oklahoma, Kansas I
Mrs. W. B. Young, of Jacksonville, ]less than
$5
cian, Dr. W. C. Persons, Florida. each day's violation.nor more than $20 for $38,700; Spain, $36,706; Canada, $28-i and South Dakota have telegraphed j
ablest sanitarians in the 933; Trinidad, $14,666; Bermuda, ,
I The federation went on record today that one hundred thousand men can His Activities in Frank Case at At-
day I attest to the as favoring'old style dances, and BASEBALL $14,592; Brazil, $13,221; British ;i ]be used. It is the opinion of I
observation as well as the I the convention instructed members to RESULTS West Indies, $11,533; Portugal, $9- ,tary Wilson that if railroads Secre'I'I lanta May Cause His ExpulsionFrom
wisdom of the suggestions. 505 Haiti $7,396 Jamaica, $4,200 OrganizationGrand
t ; ; ; ; excursions with cheap rates
do all in their power to procure the National many
2nd. That all open I early demise of the tango, hesitation Boston 5, Chicago League 7. I> Honduras, $3,597; Uruguay, $3,588. ;I i.I i.,men of little means will avail themselves -

within reach of mains be ;t and other present day extremes. New York 2, Pittsburg 3. The principal commodities imported ; of the opportunity to get work I Rapids, Mich., June 15.-
and the owner required t The convention today focussed its St. Louis-Philadelphia rain. for the month were: Tobacco, j and greatly relieve the congested !I (Specail.)-Detective Wm. J. Burns,
modern sanitary water attention upon the social evil, and Cincinnati-Brooklyn; rain.; i $438,459 pounds, $273,654; creosote I(cities of the East, where many are i(head of the Burns detective agency,
all unsanitary open privies teaching sex hygiene in the public American League i oil, 1,091,986 gallons, $69,249; tropic-I i unemployed. \is in bad with the International Asso-
after the installation of schools as one of the preventative Detroit 4, New York 1. al fruits, $91,906; crude petroleum I Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo f,ciation of Chiefs of Police, who
system because of measures to be taken. Cleveland 7, Washington 6. > 2,496,000 gallons, $16,446; wines and i is preparing to supply Southern and opened a five days convention here
mains or laterals be j Chicago 4, Philadelphia 9. spirits, 2,907 gallons, $3,836; olive Western banks with all the money today. At the opening session tomorrow -
the owners of these GENERAL VILLA HURRIES TO St. Louis 0, Boston 2. | 'oil,. 1,263 gallons, $1,412; rice, 112,00011 they may need to harvest their crops. resolutions will be introduced
required to rebuild them FRONT Federal League pounds, $1,837; burlap, $2,245; sulphur I asking that Detective Burns be oust-
tary lines by making them Chicago 3, Baltimore 2. ore, 5,202 tons, $23,965; cedar i THE WEATHER ed from the organziation. Membersof

and water tight. i Torreon, Mex., June .-(Special.) Indianapolis 8, Pittsburg 4. logs, 92,000 feet, $3,636; mahogany : the association have not looked
Cess pools should be -General Villa has ordered a special St. Louis 2, Buffalo 4. logs, 857,000 feet, $64,242; dried beef, : Florida: Local thundershowers with favor upjfi the activities of

so constructed as to prevent train made up to carry himself and Kansas City-Brooklyn; rain. $6,515. tIn Tuesday, except fair in central and Burns for some time, but the part he
and where they receive staff to Fresnilo tonight. What Southern League imports the American ships had : :southwest portions. Wednesday gen- played in the Frank case recently
typhoid patients disinfected caused this sudden change in his Memphis 8, Chattanooga 1. it over their nearest competitors, the : I IBritish.bya lution of chloride of lime plans and the hurried movement to New Orleans 5, Montgomery 1. wide margin, showing a' --- --- "- -- --. j i lanta manufacturer from the chargeof

acid. The substitution of a the front is not known, but it is be- Atlanta 4, Nashville 3. : total value of $293,615, against the I,cola, $66,088; Miami, $959; St. Augustine murder upon which he had been
tion of septic tanks for lieved General Natera at Zacatecas Birmingham-Mobile; rain. English ships' figures of $177,286. $791. convicted and sentenced to death has
groups of houses that i is finding himself hard pressed by South Atlantic League Cuban ships brought in $84,501 and I i The totals include both dutiable aroused police chiefs all over the
reached by sewage mains is the reinforced federal garrison. A Savannah 7, Augusta 1. : German $13,310. Other nations ran goods and those on which there is no United States and delegates in attendance -
procedure. special train carrying 200 wounded Charleston 3, Columbia 1. far behind and though half a dozen : tariff. The largest bulk of the imports at the convention have
Until some authority constitutionalists arrived from Fres Macon 2, Jacksonville 1. :more participated in carrying of imports I is from Cuba, which country united in the movement to oust him.
thorough study of the nilo tonight. Columbia 6, Albany 4. their totals are insignificant. i i ;leads with a figure of $374,893 for ;,
subterranean caverns and The imports were distributed': the month; with England, British The season for shipping potatoes
it is most unwise to employ Bartow will have a big barbecueand A fine line of 50 bound books just :among Florida ports as follows: :Honduras, Spain And Mexico runningnext from Hastings is over and it was the
age well as a means af celebration on the Fourth of I received. Call and look them over.I I Tampa, $303,532; Key West, $lU-, : but the aggregate of the four is best season that town and s?ctior has
(Continued 'On page July. Curtis & O'Neal. 498; Jacksonville, $100,197; Pensa-i not equal to half the Cuban total. ever ecoyed
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EPIGRAMS OF GAYNOR. : JPr.lffine Jr t
There are people who think ( Frank G. Menke) There is no movement promising

they are pious when they are New York, June 15.-Dethroning better results for Southern agricul-
only bilious.
is ture than the movement for the exten-
a pugilistic champion a mighty
The last thing we should try to
do in this world is to force our hard job as the records of the past A1' sion of cattle raising.To For Any Kind of a Letter File

religious opinions. and prejudiceson and present will show. Not only do begin with, it is necessary not ,

others. many aspirants offer themselves on 'merely to limit the area of the cattle Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -
Some people say they do not the altar of sacrifice; before the tick depredation, but to eradicatethe

believe in God even. 1 do not crown snatcher finally arrives, but cattle tick from every part of in a file may save you several dollars A
believe them. No one can sIn-
even then, the dethroning person us- the Southern states. in
cerely say that. money by keeping your receipts in
You ask uie to give an interview ually has to extend himself to the extreme The climate of the South, cheap '
saying what I would say to limit to send the old champ Uneeda Biscuit_ lands of the south, the fact that easy reference or may save more than that '

the readers of 3.000 newspapers.I into the discard. A crisp clean nutri- Florida is a grass country; that it in valuable time not to mention the annoy-
would say to them to be very ,
John L Sullivan reigned supreme i in can raise corn profitably; that it
careful about all tious food. For
believing they ance of being unable to find the
see In the newspapers.I the heavyweight division for many e.verybodyevery can raise alfalfa successfully, thatit paper you

know of no place where there years, beating all opponents with where. Fresh in the can, with benefit to the soil, raise wish just at the time you need it.
is more philosophy than in a ease. Then Jim Corbett came along abundant crops of cowpeas and thus
barnyard. You can learn much and proved himself the master of the moisture-proof packages feed the cattle economically-these
from animals. Within their circle cents. W. S. BRANCH
crown wearer, but not before 21 are the things that insure the future ,
they know much more than
we do. rounds of the most terrific fightingever profit of the cattle-raising industry

lie who cares to do no more seen in America. j in: the Southern States. The Arcade Book and Music Store

than he Is paid for will never be Corbett then defended the crown What Home and Farm has said on

paid for more than be does. against all comers until freckled N Illr this subject in the past few years is .
Public clamor is almost alwaysin o %I $
Bob Fitzsimmons loomed along the fully sustained and emphasized _.
the wrong. It is so loud that $
we think it' includes everybody, horizon. Bob got a malch with Cor reports from the representatives of r ,
whereas, in fact It'may include bett, but it took him 14 top-speed Z llo the Bureau of Animal Industry of the

very few. One stridulous grasshopper rounds to take unto himself the laurel : United States Department of Agri-
In the angle of a fence that Corbett had taken from Sullivan. -i culture. We call attention to two Hammond Gore

makes more noise than the whole ZuZuThe articles in this issue. One is a report .
noble herd of cattle near by.-W. .
s J. Gaynor. Late Mayor or New Jeffries, with almost twice the bulk l following the visit of the repre FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
York. of Fritz, had to go 11 furious rounds funny little name sentatives of Animal Industry to the
before he became the champion. Jack of the famous little Lespedeza Farm of Mr. Daniel S. --- --
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
Johnson, in his prime in 1910, was ginger snap that puts Combs at Hickory Valley, Tenn]
forced to battle for 15 rounds be- fresh "snap" and ,There is no more interesting story COMPARE

fore he whipped Jeffries althoughJeff "ginger" into jaded and none fuller of encouragement. .

was then but a. shadow of his appetites. 5 cents. Read furthermore the article on
OUR FURNITURE
former self.Battling Eradicating the Cattle Tick," and

Nelson in the apply these lesosns these deductionsto
of ,
prime
We provide the quality furniture that has long
his career, met Joe Gans then on the your own case. Grade up your been furniture
accepted by knowing buyers as the
cattle.
down grade in the lightweight cham s If you cannot buy a bull, se- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

pionship battle years ago. Yet Cans sure the co-operation of your neighbors wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

weakened by age, by too strenuous and friends and see to it that this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

training and by dissipation, forced you get the highest grade of cattle, this business, and that means much to any buyer.
I the wonderful battler to go 17 rounds for 'the profit lies only in the best

I before he could grab -the crown from cattle. Then follow the rules foundin

the ducky dome, and then Nelson, alter this article in your efforts to im- McNFJLL & DAVIS BLOCK,

: beating all who had faced him prove your stock.
Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
in the interim took on Al Wolgast This is not fancy farming, it is ft
the "Michigan Wildcat." GRAHAM CRACKERSThe practical farming, profitable farm- J

Constant fighting and added years ing. Only through these methods, L

(;lad sapped much of Nelson's natural sweetness only through the principles here ex-

strength. Wolgast, young and fresh, and nutrimentof pounded, applied to all forms of ag-
WOMAN SUFFRAGE PERILI in perfect condition, won from the the wheat are retained riculture, can the Southern farmer

am led to make a few remarks Dane after 41 rounds of terriffic mil giving thema get the full reward for his industry,
on woman suffrage. It is ling. delightful flavor full profits from his investment, full
a beautiful dream that female 10 cents. return for his labors.-Farm I
But the Dane lost his title while and
suffrage will purify politics. Home.
But the vital and important still on his fight. Beaten almost toa Buy biscuit baked by \
thing for us to consider is the effect pulp delirious with pain, the old \ / :
on women themselves. We fighting instinct would not down and NATIONAL Word comes from Kejr West thathe %
had better endure the evils of kept Nelson on from the 30th to the San Carlos hall, recently destroyed I
corruption in politics and debauchery BISCUIT by fire will be rebuilt
41st round. Then, when he was justa and that aid
than bring in about our'government a condition bleeding, crushed wreck of a hu COMPANY will be given the resident Cubans by Just arrived car load

which will mar the beauty anddim I man being, the referee led him this o Always look for that name the foreign colony.UULUY immediate
the luster : the glorious corner and despite the Dane's FORDS for .
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nuuiuuuuuu ".1LUU1U ncuaicbeen mubied protests the "
gave fight and
familiar. I know the de- UAIR..NO delivery.
the crown to Wolgast, who, too, was --- -
mand for suffrage on the part ,
in a terrible battered
of women is growing too fast for condition.It GUMMOSIS
old fogies like we to stop It. except took Willie Ritchie 16 rounds to I MORE DANDRUffUse Get yours nowF.
possibly in the south and win from
Wolgast-and then his vic- 1. Gummosis is a gum disease of
New England: where conservatism tory of Parisian Sage. G. RUSH,
was a fluky nature. Honors I the trunk and branches of citrus trees.It .
I Is more strongly Intrenched It's entirely needless to have #
seemed to be about even in the 15th, does not affect the fruit and small unsightly Phone 226
than anywhere else in the coun- matted thin or faded hair. A
try. I sincerely believe that the the fight looked good to go to the twiggs. little care is all that is needed to make
usefulness and goodness of woman limit. When the 16th opened Ritchie 2. Gummosis attacks all kinds of it thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand

vary inversely as the extentof swung at Wolgast and landed. The citrus, though in some groves only free from dandruff.
her participation in politics.I champion countered and a whirlwind certain varieties have become in- Use Parisian Sage-it suppiles hair
believe she will improve politics needs and is absolutely harmless. It
mix-up ensued I II II
during which Wol fected.
quickly had .
but ultimately'politics will stops itching and falling
destroy her. And when our good gast hit too low-andthe fight was 3. It is different from Scaly Bark hair, and is one of the best tonics to
women are no longer to be found over. The world was hailing a new in that it does not mak the fruit, invigorate the scalp and make the 1I

the doom of the republic is near. champion. whereas Scaly Bark does. hair grow long and beautiful.Get .
Senator Ben Tillman. a bottle of Parisian Sage today
Terry McGovern caught 4 Gummosis starts on the trunk
George from McEIroy's Pharmacy or at
Dixon when the negro and larger branches, and works up- any
was on the drug counter. It costs but 50 cents.
down grade and put him out in eight ward. Foot rot works around the Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff I I

rounds. Stanley Ketchell beat Joe crown. dissacpears-your head feels fine- I
WOULD YOU BE YOUNG Thomas and took the middleweight' 5. It causes gum to flow on the I the hair is pretty and perfectly

AGAIN championship from him but the trunks or larger limbs some distance i healthy. ----

Would you be young again?* fight went 32 rounds. above the ground and produces shag-
So would not Ii!
"IIIII'III'IIIII'I'III'II"1111'II.rl..t' .110"11'1111'111111111" "
One tear to memory given Abe Attell, a champion for many giness of the bark. .. ''MIIIMMMMIItlMMIMIIHiMmilllMIMMHHIMMMaMHttimiltimOrlando .

Onward I'd hie. years, went the limit, 20 rounds, with 6. Scrape off all diseased tissue.
Where there are decayed areas, cut
Johnny Kilbane
and
lost his featherweight -
Life's dark: flood forded o'er title on points. It was a battle them out with a sharp knife or chis I Bank & Trust Co
All but at rest on shore of el. Paint the wounds and the trunkof
age against youth-and
the lat-
Say more would you plunge once ter won. But the margin was close. disased tree, a distance of two or I' Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
I
three feet above the ground with
Attell for
With home so nigh? several years before had
Bordeauv The trunks of the
been on the down grade. Kilbane had paste.
If you might would you now been rushing along at top speed. Yet healthy trees in the vicinity of the RESOURCESReal

Retrace your way? the old boxing master gave the youtha diseased ones should also be painted Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . .$ 26,437.37

Wander Faint through and astray stormy? wilds mighty fight before he relinquished with the paste as a preventative. Loans and Discounts II . II . . . 378,166.14

his title. 7. Trees that are badly diseased Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23

Night's gloomy watches fled It took Frank Erne 40 rounds should be cut off at the ,ground line, Stocks and Bonds II II . II II . 26,018.33 ft I
Morning all beaming red. win from Kid to and later the sprouts can be budded.. Cash on Hand and due from Banks . . 473,059.02
(
Hope's smiles around us shed George) Lavigne, Burn cut of portion at once.
even though Erne had
Heavenward awayl! youth in his 8 Bordeaux paste is made as fol-
.favor. Jack Dempsey stood ,, $904,906.09
up under lows:
Where then are those dear ones. the merciless fusillade of Fitz- LIABILITIES
Disslve one pound of sulphate -
Our Joy and delight? simmons for 13 rounds) before he took (bluestone) in one copper gallon of Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

Dear and more dear though! now the count. Re-Discounts . . . . . None
water.
IIIdden from sight!
: Of course, there are a few exceptions Shake two pounds of fresh stone Bills payable'. . . . . None

Where they rejoice to be. to the general rule that champions lime in half of
There is gallon water. Deposits .. . . . . . . 770,793.72
the land for
me. are hard to beat. Joe Gans Allow to cool.

Fly time. fly speedily! knocked out Champion Frank Erne in Add the dissolved copper sulphateto Due to Banks and Bankers . II . II 2,832.59
Come life and light! less \
-Lady Nairne.TENDERNESS. than a round, and Young Corbett the slaked lime and mix to a thin

needed less than two rounds to send paste. Apply with a brush. The $904,906.09

Terry :McGovern to the mat and take paste should be made as used for it

his title. But the exceptions are rare. will not keep longer than twenty-four Deposits March 4, 1914 . . . .$649,484.91

A statistician who gathered the hours after it is made. Deposits April 11th, 1914 .o. . ,. 770,793.72
So soon as one's heart is tenderIt "dope" on all the battles in which 9. For dissolving the Copper Sul-

Is weak. When It Is beating titles changed hands in all classes phate and preparing the paste use Increase in 37 days . . . . laltf Uovol

1, so warmly against the breast during the last 30 years has discov- only wooden or porcelain vessels. Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . II. 521,167.38

tied and the throat K as it were ered that the average time it takes Florida Experiment Station, Gainesville Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . 770,793.72 ..
tightly, and one strives to to dethrone a champion is a fraction Fla. ,

press and feels the l tears an incomprehensible from ones eyes less than 20 rounds, which shows that Increase in 100 days II . . 249,626.34 I I'i
Champions die rather hard. The contract has been awarded for
Joy as they begin to flow then
we are so weak that we are fet the erection of a new school buildingin 'i' Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.

tered by chains of flowers, not Fitting and impressive memorial Key West, the bid being a little I The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and ? .

because they have become strong services were held in the First Congregational over 26,000 and extras that will Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their *

through; any .magic chain but Church in Tampa last run the total cost about $30,000. Work friends and customers for making such a statement pos

should becaus tear we tremble them asunder.-lest we Sunday afternoon in remembrance of will commence in a few days andit I sible.

Goethe. the 170 officers of the Salvation army is planned to use a part of the ORLANDO'S COXSEKVATIVE BANK
who perished when the Empress of building for the opening of the school
Ireland M M M it it it M M i ij j n *j.* i JW j MM M.
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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W. S. Branch) NARIYOYR[ [ I II DODGERS[ :
I
AND WEEKLY David and other kings of Israel
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. were greatly assisted in their work' I

: by their seers. King Woodrow may Citrus Exchange Got Good Prices I,Many Said to Have Made False Returns
1 Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Florida learn to have equal respect for the Last Week-Total Crop, on Incomes and Must
a* Second Class Mail Matter. .
Sears from Florida. I i 6,968,650; Boxes Pay Penalty Ann nt
SUBSCRIPTION RATES un m
Daily 1 Year ..........................J5.00< .
, Daily 6 Months ....................... 2-50 Possibly the Mexican war had bet- Tampa, Fla., June .-In a weekor Washington, June 15.Treasuryagents
Daily 3 Months ...................... L2a ter proceed and see if the big noise two the last of the Florida Citrus are making ready to take the
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .50
and bombardment will not open the Exchange' oranges will have been trail of income tax dodgers."A .

Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 100 clouds and bring rain to the thirsty shipped, and the season closed until man is a fool who attempts to
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weekly 6 Months .1 Southland. It is about time for "rain next October. During the past week avoid the income tax," said Commis-

TO ADVERTISERS: makers" to get busy. about twenty cars of fruit were sioner Osborn today. "He is sure to
moved to northern markets, and Or- be detected sooner or later. There is
Copy fr dMplay aid all ...hu handset Some of the latest wrinkles and ange, Dade, Lee and Manatee coun- no chance that tax dodgers can es- OUR FIRST
advertise nut be handed in at the hiuuneMffict
.f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. most up to date ideas in Palm Beach ties may add a few cars to the last cape."
} the day before publication. This rule applies of the season's The time for payment of this tax
suits be crop.
seen on Orange avenue
U chances for contract advertising: it is may
UTanablc and win be strictly adhered to. while on the other hand some of'the In the market at Philadelphia last does not expire until July 1, but it is ANNUALWHITE

suits show the same old wrinkles week Florida grapefruit sold at $4.70 known that the treasury department
desiring The Sentinel dbcon
Sobecribers
tinued should notify the office in writing en that were in them last season. a box, the first class pack, and at the I,already has the information necessary -
the date of expiration otherwise it will be same figure in New York a few days for the prosecution of many persons -
SALE
continued at the regular subscription rates '
' ntH notice to stop u received. One of those "Is this hot enough earlier. This was for the blue grade [ who made false returns.
I for you?" friends started up Orange fruit, the red bringing but $2.85, and The penalty for making fraudulent -
TUESDAY JUNE 16, 1914.
,
avenue yesterday morning about 8:30. the yellow but $2.15. In Chicago, ac- p I return is imprisonment for not

iHe only traveled half a block beforehe cording to exchange figures, but $3 a more than one year or a fine not ex-
Herman Davis, of St. Augustine, interrogated the wrong man and box was commanded, the market ceeding $1,000 or both with the costs

has invented an aerial torpedo which the last seen of him he was being there falling because of the openingof of prosecution.
will be tested in California shortlyby carried towards the hospital. the melon season. I i

the United States army. '. The last oranges shipped out wereValencias I EXPECT APPROPRIATION FOR StartingWednesdayJune17
... ;
o I The U. S. government will installan selling at $0.3o; ;: a box. SEMINOLE INDIANS

: "T. R. in London but doesn't talk," anemometer at Tampa to record'; This is not as high as Valencias I

says a headline. Must be a mistake. the amount and variations of the I)brought last year at the close of the |
Teddy was born talking and has suf- 'wind. If the machine ever gets left i season, but the quality of the fruit in j Before the present session of con

fered from daily relapse ever since. in the line of the hot air that(i question a year ago accounted for the : gress adjourns, it is believed that a antLasting
passes between the Tribune ami higher figure. bill asking for an appropriation and

o Times, it will wear itself out in one !' Up to Sautrday noon 21,422 car I help in securing alotments land for ll
More than twelve hundred car loadsof day i loads of citrus fruit had been shippedout the Florida Seminole Indians will be

potatoes have been shipped from of the state since the opening of introduced and passed, according to

: Hastings this season. The prices Jacksonville is feeling quite chesty :|I the shipping season on September 15. A. L. Spencer, Indian commissioner,

were fairly good and Hastings is because they are about to open up a'I At 325 boxes to the car the average who expects to go to Washington soon
y and
happy prosperous. wholesale trade with Vera Cruz. I'figure this season, this makes a total to confer with the proper authori-

r o Jacksonville groceries and fruits are t;|, of 6,968,650 boxes shipped. ties in the matter says the Miami We intend this sal

', Fame is fleeting. After only a lit- as fine as the world produces, while I Metropolis.
tle more than a year's abstinence her '"mail order" products would kill It seems that the good roads boosters Many of the Indians are now ready of sales-a sale tl

t from newspaper making we find Har- even a Vera Cruzian before he could I from Orlando have entered a for their lands, sooner than was an-
t ry Thaw relegated to small para- turn the first street corner. I I complaint to the local board of trade ticipated, so it is hoped to hurry up I remebered in the]

graphs on inside pages. I as to the actions of the ferryman at the legislation in the matter. All of lando for its mal

o Thomas A. Edison has had an inspiration Stuart when the visitors were on the the Seminoles are keenly intersted in

v.iv "Free baseball is one of the biggest about flying and flying machines :j i I road south. As the autos came across the trial which will be held in West values, its unparj

successes ever known in Tam- from the bees, noting that the railway bridge because the water I Palm Beach next Thursday when J. ,
pa," remarks the Tribune. Its a safe their bodies were 8,000 times as I'was so rough that it was very dan- Ashley will be tried for the murderof ments and ij

t wager that free pretzels, cheese and heavy as their wings. We once had gerous for the autos to cross on the DeSota Tiger two years ago. Someof
pickles puts free baseball in the piker an inspiration from the bees about ferry I don't for the life of me see the Indian witnesses are in Okla- completenes.THE .

class. flying. We were trying to gather I j I how the ferryman could have had homa and must be brought back from
some wild honey from them and they anything to do with the matter. Of there. Mr. Spencer will be presentat
a- objected. We flew all right, but not I course there may be a mistake in the the trial merely to report on it to
Whatever the final result of the
communication it be that the
fast enough to get away from the ; may the government.
} Niagara peace conference may be, bees. 'folks are peeved with the railway.
Villa has been granted time to reduce !
But the committee is going to look up If your paper is not delivered

the number of Huertaists who may It took twenty innings for the the matter' and see why the visitors promptly, don't fail to notify the officaUtMMHIMMMMMMMII
ultimately do the shooting at Amer- North to whip the South at Minneapolis i!were not properly cared for by some .
ican soldiers. the other day when the Minneaps one-whoever should have been the -

o played ball with the Louisville team. I man. So, there.-Palm Beach Posti preparation for this ,sale has
I II II
The Tarpon Springs Progressive It took more innings than that to I T. F. HOURIHANLicensed a study with us for weekswe
thinks every man and woman will, decide which was winner fifty years f i Don't wait for every one in town to I have drawn
upon
: have Entrican the painter, before
sooner or later receive justice tem when they played the of I Plumber and
ago game
: you try. Am too busy to look you every center of the Textile
;5 pered with mercy. The mercy suits war, and there are some of the old up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Sanitary Engineer
i
world in order that this sale should be
most of us but few men and women Southern vets that are hardly willingto !| job. 1-20-tf Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
are seeking justice. give it up yet, and a lot more of 1 Promptly Attended to. as complete and as representative as:
R o the Northern vets that'haven't got If you want your bicycle fixed in PHONE 629 ever possible. Embroideries from France
: a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
With the best sewerage system in any more sense than to keep "rub- Shop. 12-5-tf. 106 Court Street and Switzerland, Laces from France, Germany -
the state nearly completed and ten bing it in." I
Austria, England, Malta and Ire-
miles of streets to be paved with Up to date painting, papering, etc., ORLANDO, FLORIDA
brick at once, Orlando is very decid Buy your garden seed from DeLa-1! is the'kind you want. Where to get land-Crepes from England and France,
I-zl-lm
edly on the map as one of the most ney & Abernethy. Just received a I it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Silks from Japan, Italy, Switzerland,
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf i Entrican. 1-20-tf HHMiliMimMMMIMItMIMHIillMIMHIIIIlim
progressive cities in Florida. France and England, Linens from Scot-

:i .. o land and Ireland-and our own domestic
"
Miami is a dry town, but the chief +*
Fabrics from the foremost mills in the
of police went on a spree and now i
the ladies are demanding that he tell BATHING CAPS JUST RECEIVEDFrom States. And the net result is an aggre-

where he got the booze. And why gation of fabrics and values, positively

not? It is certainly the duty of thee unprecedented.
chief of police to arrest the man from Rubber manufacturers. Prices 50c, 7Sc and $1.00. All colors.

'. whom he bought his bottled joy. :

Too bad Congressman o Frank Clark .I: MCELROY'S PHARMACY :s: silllltMiltMMtMM'tHIMMmtlltttttlltMMMMttttltMltltMIIMtliilM: : PUONf[ 20 SPECIAL !

didn't give the street address of that '
cafe where he got good meals for two mi
An Added Feature
y for thirty cents. Thousands of poor-

ly paid government employes in MMIMMHIMIMHItHHIMIMHIMATTRACTIVE " " " " .
I One item of colored goods will
Washington would swamp it with .
patronage if they could only learn its : be put on sale each day during

location.As :. the sale-at such a price that
o
long as the Washington team : we'll assure prompt clearance.

holds its present position as a con- GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES Don't miss it-
tender for the American league pennant -
there is little likelihood of an Commencement Day-an important event in the

r adjournment of congress. Members lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
without hard fights for reelectionwill appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

feel it their duty to stay on the occasion. What could. be more fitting than a gift of

# job at Washington.The o. Jewelry? Remember the Opening

expense account of Hon. A. J. t DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
Day Wednesday June 17
Angle, candidate for congress in the I ,
first district during the late political direct the attention of relatives and friends to ,

unpleasantness, as filed with the seep the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this N: \

retary of state at Tallahassee, contained store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- 9

an item something like this: est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- I OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
p "Paid to the mayor of Plant City for mond or Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -

licking J. Fred DeBerry, $7.00." and assortment. i Is a great help to our out-of-town customers -

-o A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno ; make use of it whenever you can. Sam-

The new comer to Orlando can not obligation to buy. II ples or information! cheerfully given. \Ve pre-
i fail to be impressed with its beauty- pay all charges.

undoubtedly the prettiest city in Write for one of our illustrated mail order
Florida. The business houses are catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
neat and attractive while the beautiful -
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lake shores and cool shaded;

streets are dotted with handsoma -
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homes that are dreams of loveliness
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heeded by the participants in the primary I I

-Arcadia as Democratic News. determinations? ,I I DEPARTMENTAL P S STORE

Democratic majorities will alwaysbe POSTOFFICE :

heeded by Florida Democrats, but II
we fear that plurality nominations II Orange Ave., Orlando's Favorite Shopping place

under the present primary law ".ull EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllii :

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ORLANDO THE TUNER, FLA. ; ; \ \ Prim j' I BEACH[ H JUlY f FOURTH U

o o lilllMi o Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. So
II o
Admission 5 cents I Number of Orlando Cars Are Likelyto

:Mr. J. M. Cheney is down in Arcadia i o dllDODallDaDallDCDallDaDallDao 8 Compete in Race Meet "Gel It II41 t ""en's"

on legal business.Mr. i BUYS AND SElLS TODAY-TWO REEL FEATURE Independence Day

Powers. "The Rival Dentists;" or
W. W. Yothers is in Palatkaon how a scheming college youth got Preparations are being made fora Ii
a short business trip. REAL ESTATE even with his prospective papa-in- big day of amateur automobile rac- '& ..

law.Victor. ing at Daytona Beach July 4th, at
'J. Warren Kernigan fn
:Miss Laura Lewter spent yesterdayin "Scooped by Cupid." A drama of political which entries are expected from Or-

Winter Park with friends. i 600 acres south of Winter graft where the star reporter, lando, Kissimmee, DeLand, Sanford, That Gift
disguised as a waiter overhears the and a number of other Florida cities.
| Garden and west of grafters' plans. Present
plans contemplate three
:Mrs. H. B.Leake is in Maitland on Get the Favorite habit and follow
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. Gotha, Including 10 acre 'AC crowd to the Favorite theater. free for all"races and entries are already You have no trouble in selectingthat
Five cents to everybody. being made. The events will in-
Galloway. orange grove. The en- clude one mile, five miles and twenty D Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary

tire tract covered with' miles and cash prizes will be awarded -
Mrs. C. V. Rowland leaves today STEVENSON FUNERAL TODAY Present at our store.
timber. Two the winners. At least two Orlando
yellow pine I \
for Toccoa, Ga., to spend the re-
111. June 15.AdlaiE. garages will enter cars and We have a complete line .of
mainder of the summer. miles of lake shore. Bloomington, ,
possibly there be entries of individual
may
Stevenson, formerly vice-president whose Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or
423imMIMMIIIMMMMIIIIM owners ambition to D D
will be buried
of the United States,
Mr. E. A. Douglass, clerk of the break speed records be
can not grati-
and the ideas in
circuit of Seminole Tuesday afternoon. His body was plated) newest
court county, was + fied under ordinary circumstances.
brought home last night from Chi-
down from Sanford yesterday. Racing wheels have been ordered by cut glass.A .
cago, where he died Saturday night.
the garage entrants and the cars will
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Barr have returned PICNIC SUPPER Vice-President Marshall will come be stripped of all look before you buy will
superfluous
from Washington to attend the fun parts.
from vacation at Seabreezeand
a The will
races doubt draw
are again at Dot Cottage in Con- Misses Susie Magruder and Grace eral. Governor Dunne and other automobile no to Beachon many pay you.Allen.
owners Daytona
cord Park. Holt were hostesses last night at a state officials will be honorary pall
the Fourth, and Orlando will be
picnic supper 'held at Russell's bearers. well represented.

Mr. J. E. Arnold has improved late- Point. The party went out, at six The body will lie in state until the & Co.

and is now able to sit out on the o'clock and went in bathing the first funeral, which will be conducted by ,

>rch, much to the delight of his part of the evening, after which they Rev. Martin D. Hardin, of Chicago, a NEWS FORECAST FOR THIS

|any friends. sat around a big table and had a son-in-law. WEEK ii Jewelers

sumptuous supper, consisting of sandwiches Adlai Ewing Stevenson, former

Mr. Leigh G. Newell, who has been salads, olives, ice tea, cake vice-president of the United States, Washington, June 15.Minnesota U Prompt Repairing.
and ice cream. The tatter part of .will hold general primaries Tuesdayfor
student for the past year at the was born of Scotch-Irish parentagein
niversity of Virginia, is expected the evening was spent in dancing. Christian county, Ky., October 23, the nomination of candidates for Everything Guaranteed.

Home today. Those present were: Misses Mae 1835. He was educated in common state, congressional and county of.

Sloan, Maybelle O'Neal, Mary Bran- schools and in the Illinois Wesleyan fices. Governor Eberhart is a candidate

Mr. Bill McCloud, who has been ham, Jennie Bass, Berta Branch, university, and Centre college, Dan- for renomination on the Repub- 4o
[employed in the office of the A. J. Mary and Grace Holt and Susie Ma ville, Ky. lican ticket and is opposed by William -

Nye packing house, left yesterdayfor gruder; Messrs. Herbert Franklin, He studied law in Bloomington, Ill., Lee of Long Prairie. Congressman -

a trip down to St. Petersburg.Mrs. Nevin Sloan, Donald Cheney R. 0. [and was admitted to the bar in 1857. Winfield S. Hammond and Daniel -

Compton, Frank Smith, Cestia Law- He showed high legal talent, his per- W. Lawler of St. Paul are the op- bl .eD :

H. E. Frost arrived yesterday ton, Lewis Hewitt, H. JL. Voorhis, sonality attracting much notice from posing candidates for the Democratic = = --

from St. Johnsbury, Vt., and is spending Chesley Magruder, and Jenkins Do- men in public life. He was a masterin nomination for governor. The Pro- -- -- -- -- _

a few days here as' the guest of live. chancery from 1860 to 1864, and gressive, Prohibition and Socialist HllMUMIDMMMMMIttttMMMMIIIIIIMtllMMtttin11

:Mrs. Samuel Happersett on Lake district attorney from 1865 to 1869. parties have selected state tickets I

Eola. NEW LAUNCH FOR LAKE CONWAY Entering politics, where he was al- which will be named without oppo- E
sit on. There are contests for con- ptfllnpflfJlltt
ways a staunch Democrat, although JPHr
:Miss Lou Ott, who is the house keeping dear of secession, he cam- gress in nearly every district.

guest of Mrs. Mary 0. Beeman at her for several candidates and Republicans of the state of Wash-
paigned
beautiful home, "Hedgeley," will Mr. James L Giles had his new finally became a member of the con- ington will hold a convention in Tacoma r

leave for her home at Sea twefatytfwo foot launch, just completed j and 1879 to Thursday to adopt a platformand
Thursday by Mr. J. H. Empie, launched _,',gress ((1875 to 1877 make other arrangements for rl! tt Butter rl!

breeze, Fla. in Lake Conway yesterday. The f'cratic 1881)).national He was conventions a delegate from to Demo-1884 i the coming campaign. Another political -
launch is handsome craft ,
a carryinga
convention of the week will be
Marsh and
Geo.
Mrs. daughter, to 1892.
Miss Sarah, returned to their home in seven horse power motor and with*. In 1885 President Cleveland appointed that of the Progressive party of Lou- Fox River Creamery Butter.

Minneola yesterday after spending seating capacity for twelve persons. Mr. Stevenson first assistant isiana, which will meet Thursday in Cold Seal Creamery Butter.

several days in this city as the guestsof postmaster general. Here his parti- .New Orleans. Purity Brand Sugar Butter.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reese are on aweek's
President Wilson has
Mrs. J. A. Re- promised to
Abberger.Mrs. sanship caused him to remove Beech-Nut Peanut Butter.
pleasure trip to Kissimmee, I wholesale and go to Valley Forge, Pa., on Friday,
postmasters
publican
Clearwater and Tampa. Beardsley Peanut Butter.
: Graham who has him to dedicate the nation's memorial to
Margaret there was a great outcry against
been the guest of her daughter, Mrs.C. from the opposition.He the patriots who suffered there in a ; Dromedary Date Nut Butter.
Mr. Arthur Yowell drove down
B. Robinson, on Gore avenue, for was a strong adherent of Grover winter campaign under Washington '
Jhe past few months, left yesterday from Sanford Sunday and spent the ,' Cleveland and after doing muchto for the independence of the American .
day with his mother and brothers ) colonies.
r her home at Lebanon, Tenn. secure Mr. Cleveland's nominationin I THE
here. I the convention of 1892, he was The official investigation on the : SANITARY GROCERY

ord has been received that Missa ,himself nominated for vice-president Empress of Ireland disaster is to be

Gray, after a delightful visit Mr. Eugene Reid has returned ,The ticket was elected. In 1900 Mr. begun in Motreal Tuesday, with Lord CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
from a two weeks' visit to his old '
[ Mr. in candidate for Mersey as chairman of the committee
her nephew, Joseph Gray, Stevenson was again
home at Shubuta, Miss., and is backat of 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
shville, Tenn., is safely on her way vice-president, but failed of election.In inquiry.A
his old the State bank.
place at
notable of the week will .
Alaska, where she will spend the 1897 President McKinley recog- wedding
be that of Miss Madeleine Edison,
mmer. I nized his ability by appointing him a .
Mrs. T. P. Howes and children have
j member of the commission sent to daughter of the famous inventor and CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
gone to Chicago to be with Mr. +'
Mrs. Thomas A. Edison and John
Mr. F. W. Stanley left yesterday Europe in regard to the possible establishment ,
FUNERAL
Howes who has been the DESIGNS
at
Mercy )
Sloane which is to take
for Washington, D. C., where he has of international bimetal- Eyre place :
hospital there for the past two
at the Edison home
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government. Mr. Stanley will spend In 1908 Mr. Stevenson, despite his Orange, N. J.

most of his time traveling, makinghis I seventy-three years, ran for governor -* Colonel Roosevelt, who is on his
Rev. L. S. Chapman, former pastorof OAKLAND NEWS
in New York defeated.Mr. way from Madrid, is to deliver an
headquarters city. of Illinois. lie was AIIIIIIIII.I.t."tltllll ,
:Mrs. Stanley will remain here a cou- the Methodist church here, but i Stevenson married the daughter address Tuesday before the Royal
now of St. Augustine, spent last in London. Other Oakland, Fla., June 15.-Mr. J. C.
ple of' weeks before joining him. of the president of Center college Geographical society Shoe Repairing
night in the city as the guest of his i| in 1866. She events of the week abroad will be Michael t for Colorado Saturday to
Letitia Green,
daughter, Mrs. Ben Lawton. Rev. Miss take a position with a gold mining
election in Santo
Dr. and Mrs. Hal Beardall and Mr. I was a womii of prominence in sev- the presidential ; ; by PARCEL POST
Chapman leaves this morning for St. i international conferenceon corporation.Miss
Harold Johnson spent the week-end eral national movements. Mrs. Ste- Domingo, an i i
Petersburg to attend the state con- the of the opium traf- Bessie Michael came home
suppression '
down at Lake Conway. They suc-
died in 1913.
vention of the Epworth League of ivenson from Tallahassee where < Men's Half Soles, ?sc to 850
ceeded in catching enough fish for a II fic, which will be at The Hague, and Thursday ,
which he is state president. I an international conference which will she has been attending the State College Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
the
in
fish fry and were joined even- CARD OF THANKS 1 Children's Half Soles, SOc to
meet in Christiana to decide the for Women. All are glad to wel- 750i
ing by Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Edwards, Eat what you want Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Durdin and fam- her home < Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo
Mrs. J. S. McEwan, Dr. and Mrs. V. Eat all you want. ily wish to thank their many friends status of Spitzbergen. come again. 1 I Heel Repaired, 2c
Rev. James F. Winnard of
Among the conventions of the week Tampa,
W. Estes, and Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Take a postscript and forget it. shown them dur- .
For sale by all druggists. for loving kindness will be the general convention of the has been in Oakland for several days All work returned in 24 hours.
Miller. :, ing the long illness and at the deathof ]j Ordtrs without remittance returned -
series of He
l-7-d&w-lyr Northern Baptists, in Boston; the conducting a meetings.
brother } I C. 0. D. We pay
beloved and
their ,
CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand I son convention of the national society of comes representing the home mission return postage.
roses. J. M. Caruthers. T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone George Durdin. the Daughters of the Revolution, in branch of the Presbyterian church,
2, Orlando. 3-5-tf THE FAMILY. and he is much for
6-8-3t Minneapolis; the Upper MississippiRiver says doing good
Improvement association, at that cause.R. A. Hanson
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MMIIIIIiMlililMIIMillilllilllMIIIIIMIillHIiilMtllllllltlll llllllHIIH Stillwater, Minn.; the National F. Smith and son have just com- igr East Pine Street'

lliililillHMillMitMilMliltliliitMMtlllllliilMMIHItllMillll llHttttHi Wholesale Grocers' association, in pleted a six-inch well for Mr. B. F. ORLANDO FLORIDA

Minneapolis; the Southern Wholesale Blakeney, which is about two hun- .. ... .. .. .. .11. .. ...
Grocers' association, in Charleston, S. dred feet deep.
C., and the triennial meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatfield and son

LUCERNE TODAY head camp of Modern Woodmen of will take rooms at the Oakland hotel,

America, at Toledo.Commencement while they are building their winter ,
I exercises will be home on Lake John. They have a'

held during the week at Yale, Har- .beautiful building site overlooking For Sale !

vard, Pronceton, Cornell, Pennsylvania the beautiful Lake John, and are well i>

Brown, Ohio State university, pleased with the location. I OR
University of Illinois and many other Every day a crowd of Oakland peoI I
"
leading colleges and universtiies in pie go to Winter Garden to hear
: : "Shorty Escapes Matrimony, a two reel Broncho. Thisis all parts of the country. Mrs. Stevens lecture. She is a very 'I EXCHANGEFive


: ; : the conclusion of the serial story shown last week. BICYCLE AND AUTO COLLIDEMr. interesting the world lady and is and a Bible has seen student.muchof I II'I Room House, built

The trustees of the Oakland cemetery of cement blocks 24x36,

Two other reels. W. A. Ball received numerous met Wednesday, and have ap-' Cartright shingles, two
good cuts and bruises on his hands and plied for a charter. George T. Smith, I lots
1 arms and his bicycle was badly dam- C. H. Tilden, S. H. Hull, J. E. Petris 100x150, some young
and W. L. Hickman are the trustees.A peach and
,
when he collided with auto- orange grape-
: J : That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away aged mobile driven by Mr. Chas.an Lord. big crowd of Oakland young fruit trees. Driven well

JJ again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. The accident occurred at the corner people had a picnic on Crooked lake feet.
last Wednesday, and all report a good 200
of Pine street and Orange avenue

early yesterday afternoon, and Mr. time. Address

First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents Ball's injuries were caused more by
broken glass from the auto lamps Eat Eat all what you want.want. Box 4 4JKissimmee

than from the violence of the col- Take a you postscript and forget it.

Children under twelve admitted free lision. For sale by all durggists. Florida
f to matinee if accompanied Fortunately Mr. Lord was driving l-7-d&w-lyr ,

by adult purchasing first floor ticket. slowly at the time of the collision, 68imilMltttlllMMIIIIIIMItt
I Ball's not Sentinel want ads. are money get-
and Mr. injuries are con-
r 'I. . :!!!!! . . . . . . . sidered serious. ters. Try them. I 1
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and-Shingles NEXT LEGISLATURE LOOKS I I Paul and D. G. Rivas go from Colum-
Lumber, Laths I :
GOOD I bia.H.
L. Bussy is returned from Pin- $ 3.00

ellas ,county I
L. The next Florida legislature will
but
J Marion county defeated Light, A
4M be one of the most important in the 1
COMPANY. sends Crosby and Henderson to look FROMORLANDO
history of the State, and while manyof
after its interests. I
those in the forward fighting -
engaged
Calhoun will have C. V. Varnadorewho
movement for many years were the workers
will be,among good
f defeated, the legislature at this stage I
and Hamilton county will have J. E.

i :. ORLANDO of: the game looks very good indeed, Schaff to help stir up trouble. TOJACKSOXVILI.E

as some of the old favorites who Hillsboro Martin with Wilder
returns RETURN
faithfully serve the special interestswere AND .
as his co-worker, while Monroe
defeated and in their place, men county will have C. E. Roberts and

ti Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime true and tried have been elected. A. Gomez. Thursday, June 18th *

True, some of the best Progressive Jefferson county sends Turnbull

IMIIIMMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIHIORLANDO Democrats have been defeated, but as back to the house where he made ATLANTIC COAST LINE

PEOPLE'S' WANTSMUNNIMAKERS a whole the next legislature gives good before. With him goes Hamrick Tickets good on All Regular

i promise of great good to Florida.In and excellent team work for Jefferson -
Trains. Final Limit June 21st.;
Jefferson county D. A. Finloyson and the general betterment for
Proportionate low rates
who was the brainiest Reactionry general conditions promised. frpm

Notice of Lost, Wanted, For. Sale! Fee in the last senate was left at State Senator Y. L. Watson, bril- other> points. |

Rent etc. for this'column Kt for one day home and Dr. J. R. McEachern, a liant and aggressive, will be a member For further information call
69c for three days or $1.00 for one week, for
25 words sot less. Money must accompany real progressive Democrat, takes his of the next senate from Gads- on or write to

the insertions advertisement will be made far on this credit. column, aa no place. Then, again, H. H. McCreary, den county, while J. W. Gray and 3\\ 'V. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., "\

who has been identified with the corporate G. Sharron will go to the house.
1V. D. WHITE D. T. A.
interests, was badly beaten and John H. Cook for representative ,
Water & FOR SALE
Light Co. Alachua beat Harry Floyd in Franklyn) coun- ORLANDO a
I Nursery stock, one, two, three and county by a big majority \
four year old buds; Foster Early, sends "Senator Roland to look after ty. Y. R. Beazley, Traveling Pass n.

Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- the people's cause. Fogarty of Key John C. Weimber will be in the ger; Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division -

ington Navel. Address-Mrs. M.Kahle West, succeeds "Billy" Malone and again house from Lecy county and wills Passenger Agent
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf .
for Progressive Democracy i work "hand in glove" with Senator TAMPA *

ElectricityGas again madV Farris of Duval succeeds Blitch. .
FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster rare
bargain; recently completely;over- John C. L'Engle and thus N. C. Bryan will rtpreseni Osceola

hauled and made good as new in ev- ,another senator for the people i is c .-lnty. He is a clean man an.. a WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES|

Water Ice !!ery part; guaranteed first class con- added to the majority. In Hamilton Progressive Democrat. W G. Wat- AND DO ALL KINDS OF
dition must be sold at at
once even
;
sacrifice. Come, or address, White county Walter Jennings was defeated cord goes from Holmes county, defeating OPTICAL REPAIRING j-

Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. by McGreene and this is also J. McLauchlin by 77 votes.R. .

4-23-tf cause for rejoicing. Calkins of Fer- A. Willis of Jackson county, i is

Office:..-No. 18 West Central Ave. ORANGE GROVE FOR SALETwomiles nandina goes back to the senate and elected to the state senate while El- .,

from Orlando. Part of the while' he is rather a tame sort of lis H. Davis goes to the house. -

old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. :Mark Progressive he votes right and the J. C. Adkins io returned t? the

White, Ocoee-, Fla. 6-6d&wlmo.- special interests cannot get him. house from Alachua county. Hewas

I AN EXPERT automobile mechanic, Conrad of Volusia back to one of the most active membersof
goes
No. 6
Telephone driver or salesman, 10 years expe- the the
I legislature during sessionof DR. L H. RAMSDEU
rience, desires position. Familiar with i the; legislature and not much is expected A

::,<. all types of motors. Address R. G. B., of him along progressive lines, I 1913 and was frequently called up OPTOMETRIST
Route 2, Box 49, Orlando. on to preside over the activities of i
but he will not be found a Reactionary :
t the house. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. UkW
all down the line. J. B. Jones of
J JI Three fourths of the lower house .
FOR RENT Escambia makes an ideal successorto ORLANDO, FLORIDAOSTEOPATHY
; I will be progresive Democrats and I
.
; John P. Stokes. Then, too, most
FOR RENT-Two office ia predict that the railroad interests will
mini spaces of the senators who hold over are of
I our store at No. 9 W. Church street. have a hard road to travel if it tries
the Zim Blitch of
type faithful ser-
Come in and we will show you. Pierce of its usual "monkey business"
To the West and NorthwestVIA Electric Co. 3-29-tf vants, who work honestly and con- any with the members. The doughbagand
sistently for the best interests of the
i TO RENT-Some very desirable modern people.Oh the lobbyist will cut mall figures DR. J. C .HOWELL
-- houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.426tf in the next legislature.With .
yes it looks as if the real fight- Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointment
DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND the facts now before me I predict No extra charge for house treatment
ing Democrats have
rOR RENT-Six room house, in first got a good ma- that the senate will have seven *
? class condition. No. 210 N. Orange jority of the State senate for the Telephone connections
; SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- first time in many years. The plutes majority for the real Democrats.Charley Office cor. Orange and Central Ares.tHtmilMMMMMHMH.
Davison of Madison is classed
lando Bank & Trust Co. 528tfFOR -
got two of the congressmen and the
Trtrfr as a Reactionary and will likelytake
r Limit.*!. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED RENT-To desirable tenant, 7 U. S. Senator, but the Florida legislature -
Finlayson's place leader of
T Orlando, A. C. 1..1Z:31am :1'IJl.'r.1 I v Orlando. ........................ a:13 pm room bungalow, corner East Pin will be on the guard fightingthe as a
r Jacksonville ..................... 730pmv and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad these forces. He is talented and not
7:30"n': Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm shaw. 610lwMISCELLANEOUS corrupt machinations of Pluto so much a reactionary as he is a JUST OPNfDI [
: v Wayerow, A. C. L..ll:60am 10:25 pm v Waycross. A. C. L. .............1030pm and the railroad prohibitionist
r Macon. G. S. &; F....... r:13 pm 4:1"am' r Macon G. S. ft F. .............. S:.6 am I cracy gang. and ought to be with
r Atlanta C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:25 am r Atlanta. C. of Ga. ,............. '1\2&ID There was a bunch of loyal, faith thy
r Knoxville I.. ft; N. .............12:19pmr people. He will doubtless POPE'Sj '
r Chattanooga W. &; A..12:18am 11:r 5am Corbin L. ft N. ................ 3:16pm ful ones in the last lower house, but in the start somethingdecidedly I _
r Nashville N. C. &; St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville. I.. ft; N. .............._9:00pm BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO the next house of game
representatives will ::
; Ar St LouU, L c.&; I..I; N. 2:60pm 7:20 am r Indianapolis. *>a. L. ............ 1:50&m PLANTS of the famous Nancy Ha l "bear the radical along these line,. LUNCH COUNTER

Ar Lexington. L. &; N. ............ 6:50pm variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart S away palm. The temperance legislation pass
Ar Hopkinsville I.. &; N........... 6:27pm Ar Cincinanti. L. & N. ............. 8:50 pm Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece, In old Orange county A. B. New- last session did. not amount to muchas ____
4; Ar Evansville L ft N..... I:28 am 9:2i: pm r Kalamazoo G. R. & L. ........12:20pm or $5.500 per 100. Now is a g'Ood I ton who is well qualified to be constitutional : :: SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : ;
Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids G. R. & I.. ....... 2:45pmr governor requirements were o
time to set either. The Bear's Hea
Ar Chicago, C. ft E. L..... 6:60pm_6:50am_ Cleveland i Big Four ............. 7:15am Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. goes back with Sam Griffinas overlooked.The ..

DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED 6-4-d6t-wlt I a. colleague... ..Orange_ _. county simpiy e "left-overs"_ __ in_ the, senate include = TRY OUR
Solid train composed of section drawing- declined to allow Editor Joe Hugh some of Florida's bess Democrats -
Solid train composed of electric lighted YOUR PRINTING Reese look-in. i SODA FOUNTAIN
oom sleeping ears observation compartment a and a majority of the new ones :
an and dining ear. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
Chicago and section drawing-room sleepingar between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and From Polk comes R. W. Hancockand are against the Times-Union Repub- OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
desk and if
between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Look through your see ; ;
Jacksonville Louisville ana Indianapolis; there is not some stationery of which Ried Robson, from whom much lican gang, which always needs attention -
DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and If there is is promised while Bill on the part of honest ii
Solid train carrying electric lighted Cleveland you are in need. phoneus Mapoles, a true men POPE & BUTT PROPS.
also
com Pullman
;
artment, observation sleepers and eleetlic sleeping car between at 24 and we will call, get your and tried representatives, goes ,back serving faithfully the people of the
Jacksonville
e ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Firs and Grand Rapids on Mondays order and do the work promptly and from Walton state. : : 31 w. CHURCH ST.
lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car and Thursdays of each week. Dining rar at the lowest price consistent with county to fight corruptness -
erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. high grade work. It will receive our \ in all forms. Bradford returnsA. The lower house, of the members I

nCKtTS.-Fm best attention. Sentinel, Court street. D. Andrews, who has been tried are true to their promises, will be
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RESERVATIONS AM IMUKMATIO.N.. WRITE OR cALL frt
.f W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. and found 0. K., and with him will be overwhelmingly against the special
'
Job printing at the Sentinel J. H. Williams. interests. lllllllllllllllllllllllt
Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando
Escambia sends Dixie will be foremost in the fight SUMMER 1 TIME IS' !
Hurtenbach
;; : f II :IIII tt1\\\\ \\\\\,,,\,,,\\,\\,-,\\==U t'l'' ',,,,\, ,,\" 1 and Bob Anderson to the lower house and and will aid the true representativesof I :

and they are people's men every day the people in every good movement I FLY TIME ; :

in theear.. It will keep its eye on the I i

IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE peons and plates and expects to expose : Are those windows screen- ;
H. B. McKenzie and J. II. Tilgh- their nefarious schemes. I ed yet? Patented detach- >

man go from Putnam. Both good able hangers used on all :', ,'
With the facts before
have
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us we
men and Tilghman will be one of the screens. No ladder need- ; ;
iy much to be thankful


i y:: f FURNISHING R I Q QUESTION[ I IN R RE[ l most heard and; he's.brilliant him not Among personally speak a truer men the and in and younger he's the a body.politicallyclean. "corker"crowdthere's I've will he batting passing will be all continue a measures leader kinds his of in that crookedness the record will for.senate keep of Farris com-and and his : ed when Contractor to R.J.WALDRON washing take off and windows.or Builder put on j!;! :>!;



or more deserving
name on the political map. Glen
young man than McKenzie. 410 West Street -
Terrell will be there, too, to help
EA..E ESTOur ; Harrison and Dancy from Duvalare )tttttlitiil tMMiMIUt.ForSalei .
him.The
brainy, active and faithful. Harri- I above comprises only some of

stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive son would make an ideal speaker be- those whom I know will figure ac- till I1111 11111 11111 III II",

delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added the cause love he and would respect be fair of to all all the and mem-win men tively who in the will next be members legislature.were Some
can-
{ pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable bers. didates without opposition and the ;

in every sense of the word. Rouse goes from Waukulla. I county committees declared them the -

can't recommend what he will do. I nominees and their names did not ap- -

e ;till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 lit 11111 11111 11111 11111 II 1II1I1111I do not count him among the Progressive pear on the ballot. | Modern 8-room ;

| CHARGE ACCOUNTS Divided Payment Plan enables you \ Democrats.' If he's reactionarythen I know enough to speak in praiseof doors
he'll be lonesome. most of the members elected and | House 2 :

s I I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining and Manatee he will county not be has a dissapointment A. M. Wilson most Florida of the needs senators no gallery-playing who hold ever. | west of Wyom- :


F \ \ clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this R. E. McDonald goes to the lower but constructive legislation at Talla | ing Hotel. Bargain -:

house from Dade. I don't know him, hassee. This seems assured and

\ I feature to you.'MHMintoMimiMMumMimiiiiiiiiimmiiiHiMiiiiM. but Dade county usually sends some while making the corporate interest :

s I mighty good men to Tallahassee. behave themselves as a people's lobby .

Lake county sends Edge and Han and a people's paper issued daily at I B

son, both bright and talented, and the capital will do yoeman service. I | A. L. Bentley : :
,
both probably leaders along certain believe both will be in operation.

lines of reformation. Ches E. Jones in Dixie. : 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE

Kincaid & Snowden LaFayette sends J. J. Handley, but

7 LaFayette county plays peculiar pol NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet

itics. I hope he will be found with potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.

the "bear-cats. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant WOOD, COAL AND ICE
Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
DeSoto sends W. C. Langford to Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Furniture of Characterat
block county division, but he's also Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf

F classed as a Progressive. ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices

St. Johns has E. A. Wilson and J. 519tf. Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin-
Popular Prices. fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22: ,
........ W. Davis to keep L. W. Zim company
Empire building. 5-27-lra
It will let
to do
pay you us some
while Volusia sends J. E. Cade and
I of your printing. We Jo it right
H. C. Putnam to entertain Senator We insure your life loan yen '
t Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
i iHrf
cent
: Conrad. Cary Hardee and George money n real estate at 6 per *
I Tomato Egg plant, Pepper Crates,, interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co,
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fftttllir"1T-f TTftllllltf tttlttlttlllltllllllllHiii I Hawkins go to the lower house from at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. Curry, Building, Tampa) Fla. ,
"" " : II "Plutocratic Suwannee," while J. J. 519tf. 4/ 3-25-d&wtn

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

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors 1 :A


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COPPUPT U 1 PRACTICE E ACT WORKED[ I I. A RARE BARGAININ

Sealed proposals will be receivedby
Wll[ the City Commissioners of the A- THE MARKETOf
I
City of Orlando, State of Florida at
the office of the Commissioners, at or
Park Trammell who before 2 p. m., Tuesday June 16th, Modern Seven. Room Cleanliness Of '
fays Governor 1914, for the laying of 130,000 square Quality
Was the Author of the yards of brick pavement.
I
Law Specifications for this improvementmay House. FRESH AND SALT MEATS
i be had upon application to the
City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after
FISH AND GAME
Tallahassee, Fla., June 15.Goveror 21st 1914. We
May reserve the rightto
Park Trammel, who is the author reject any or all bids. Only four and one half
of the law limiting campaign E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. | Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
of : S. A. JOHNSON, I blocks from the post
[expenses, requiring statements Commissioner of Public Works. | Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
campaign expenses, prohibiting cam- 5-26-2tw-3w office, East Side. A and
paign workers and providing for pun- pure.

ishment for all forms of graft in NOTICE TO CONCRETE CONTRACTORS variety of fruit. We are ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

connection with primary campaignsand going to sell this everything in the Meat Line.
elections, expresses himself as prop-
very highly pleased with the opera- Sealed proposals Commissioners will be of received the by and have the
j City Cityof erty put
tion of this law in connection with Orlando. State of Florida, at the The PARLOR
.the recent primary. The Governor office of the Comissioners, at or be- price at only $2350. MARKETH.
says that reports have come to him fore 2 p. m., Tuesday June 16th,
1914, for the building of 90,000 lineal Reasonable
sections' the State to terms.
from various feet. more or less of concrete curb. M. Self & Co.
the effect that this law has resultedin Specifications for this improvementmay
the elimination of candidates try- be had upon application to the
ing practically to buy their way into I City Engineer, G. R. Ramsey, after Cooper $ Atha i PINE STREET
May 21st, 1914. We reserve the rightto
office, by expending, in an effort to
reject any or all bids.E. .
get an office, far more than the salary I F. SPERRY, Mayor.S. 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor Phone No. 80
would amount to, and that the A. JOHNSON,
Commissioner of Public Works. Phone No. 311 .
[law eliminated and stamped out the 5-26-2tw-1w .tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll..III'.*

aid workers and grafters generally. I :
The Governor seems highly pleased
i I
First class Brazing a' specialty at I
pth the way the people of the state I I Warman's Repair Shop oCourt St. ..ltlllllllllllllll..11111111111111111111111111111111111111 111111".i,,.
el toward this law, and the manner 125tf.
which it operated in connection! I
_
Jith the first primary after its enact-

ent.apers The have Governor confused says his some"Corrupt news' H Fare 3 00_ W. M. SLEMONSNew

ractice Act" with the "Bryan Priory I'' DAILY BETWEEN

law, while in fact they are en- BUFFALO b(

|irely different laws and have no .- IEVELAND
nnection one with the other. The

imary law has in it no provisions Goods Arriving Daily
hatever requiring statements of

mpaign expenditures, it does not
mit the amount a candidate can expend -
for campaign purposes, it does "SEEANDBEE"
*and parlors accommodating 1500: p.- .
and
lot, prohibit punish political
richer in all appointment*--than any steamer on
corkers and grafters nor does it attempt i"I. I .

in any wise to deal with any ,""City of Erie"and"Cty of Buffalo" We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
orm of corrupt practice in connection -May lit to Dec.lit
|with a primary election. All of these : ArmeBoffJa taft c cwr1and '130:00 A.P.M.)L made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

features are covered in the law knowns Time) Boys' Suits "Lord Baltimore" brand.
Detroit and all point*TertandSoiithwcit.Railroad Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
the "Corrupt Practice Act" pre- are good for truuporutionon our steamer
pared by Governor Trammell and Vnte ni for handcarae Dliutnted booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
TRANSIT CO., Cleveland, 0.
enacted by the last legislature.
4 Co. Best place in the city to trade. .

SORGHUM AS A GRAIN CROP


Sorghum may be planted at once
and used as a grain crop to supple- W. M. SLEMONS
ment corn. This is important to a II h I iii r
number of middle and west Florida |
counties, where the corn crop is like- URANGE AVENUE
ly to be short unless the drought is
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advisability of planting sorghum un-
der such conditions will not be ques- 1111111111111111I"
tioned since its feeding value is sim- "-i 141 1 4iiliiI

ilar to corn, analysing 7 per cent por- I _
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tein and 3 per cent fat, while corn I Immmnmmmmm oi, UlIIIIIIIII 1111 II II II II "I

analyses 7.8 per cent portein and 4 l ,,
per cent fat. The sooner it can be ..... .1..11111111SUMMER
planted the better, as the earlier ; \ Trip Rates

planted crops give tha best yields,
JACKSONVILLE
although August 10 is not too late to COOKINGHow
U.s. Cumuli 33.00
Clietf $ -
Insure a fairly good crop. St Pail 56.75 Uiitnll 31.50
VarietiesA ) Dark CUO broill 21.40
Wiaaipej 78.75 EtamlU 32JS
number of varieties have been 1 Twoat.Mutual. .. .. 48JO 55.45 ladUupofi FrtxaLkk .. .. 35.20 36.30 do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitchen -
used but the Florida Experiment station 51.58 Toledo 41.10
Petoskty
plant and recommend the Goose- MaekiiaC Buffa!. .. .47.40 53.00 CanUoqu Detroit. .- .. 43.50 47.40 hot and stuffy with a dirty wood or coal range, or do you
.
neck and Sumac because they have Niagara FaBs 47.40 Minnotk Car 30.90 Gas ?
have clean cool and comfortable Range
t point*i in Colorado.California.Canada.Minne. a ,
given successful yields through a
period Lake and Rocky Mountain Proportionally
of five years, and while other *in the State.
,until September 30.' Return limit Oct.31.
sorghums may be equally as good, ', ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT We are offering some great reductions during June and
these have been found the most sat-
I COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.
isfactory and are to be recommended. I I ,through St Lou!*,returning through Chicago, would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for you.
Planting Ten. Liberal stopovers on all tickets.
NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
Sorghum should not be planted
train daily;choice of three different
broadcast at this season, but in rows ll I .
four feet apart and thinned to six
daily train to the southwest through New
inches in the row. It is also impor- { I Unexcelled. No dust.dining No dirt.car service.For handsome Fait time.illus Orlando Water & Light Company ,
tant that cultivation should be regular 1 I of summer tourist resorts rates sleep-
reservations and other information,addresss.V
as with corn. Unless this is done, Gas Department
H. C. BRETKEY, v.
with the V
on-coming rains in the sum- t
Florida FuMiitr Ala,
mer the the grass heads win will injure fce short.its growthand Culti t I I 134 West BajStotsl.JACKSONVILLE...FLL \V4'1IJ"JNN&IN.wIJt., \ \\\ \\ n\m".

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vation should be frequent from the I Ie iI

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H HUGE[ MANATEE[[ CAPTURED A I [O IN

3. 4% Nr SAFE THE[ ST. JOHNS RIVER

'SAYINGS DEP.OSITBOXES- ...

4 Big Sea Cow Weighed Over 700

Pounds and Was First Ever h \1 e e i s
INVESTING SMALL AMOUNTS AT 4 PERCENT
( INTEREST Taken in St. Johns

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Jacksonville, June 15.-During a

1 Suppose you have $100 you will not need for' run for trout at Dames Point, in the
St. Johns river, Saturday, M. L Har- :
.
six months. How can you invest it safely, have I
ris and J. B. McDowell, at the head
it earn 4 per cent interest and then be able to
of a crew of six men, succeeded in ;
get the principal the day need it? )1.
you making the first capture of a huge ;

Bring your money to the State Bank of Or- manatee, or sea cow, of the American A l { :
lando. We will issue one of our Certficates of species, in the local river. The task MelaicMyfact
of landing the large mammal required -
Deposit for any amount you have to deposit, pay
the energetic work of the men
you 4 per cent interest, pay you the principalany .
for a period of six hours before it 'J
day after three months. could be landed safely. !

to the account of the
According en-
u.a The State Bank oi OrlandoIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. counter with the sea animal, the leader .

t of the fishing party stated that the that each setting sun, brings us nearer the end.
nets had been placed for fish and the
inability to make the haul, when the When your days arc ended what about your
time presented itself, caused suspi- loved ones?
cion, and during the investigation the
men learned that they had somethingto Today is yours! Let it not close without

deal with which they had not bar- : making a start toward placing your home on a
? gained for. The efforts of the ani- :, business basis, and providing your loved ones :

I mal, whose weight registered consid- ,vitIa systematic plan for their maintenance .
erably over 700 pounds, to release itself :
We Will Put the Reins from the large gill net, made the ,:. y now and hereafter ;:'

4 problem a serious one, and hours .: :, Let us help) you. "It is a pleasure to serve "
of Success in Your passed with every man extending you. :
himself to the utmost before the mon- :
ster could be brought ashore. ... .... ..,:: i.uuuuMMMIIIIIIiilMilMMMIMI ,.., /

HandsHow The catch was made near the .. ... ...,'. :..; .
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4 mouth of Clapboard creek. A later '

? By furnishing you witha investigation of the net showed sev- :'.; '.
eral large .holes, which led the fishermen c. ) ------- tTi

perfect Fertilizer. Let our representaI I I to believe that several of the .. . .: j _
their . ... .. "
species had made way throughthe : .' _
tive call on you. He will give you a nets. It is thought that a familyof : _

formula that will make and mature the animals had sought this spotin D' ; [tM D.:
the St. Johns for feeding grounds.It _.

your fruitORLANDO is stated by old fishermen that .. .
catch the first made in
the is ever

the St. Johns river, and one of the :':<<:.:t:0: : : : ; ::' '.f.: .. ...:;.......
f very few made in Florida. ... .

sr'i T nID f FerUlizergx. The feet huge in mammal length, nearly measures black nearlyten in $H I$I 0 0 0 0 I $I I 0 0 IIIIIIIIIIIHIiiMillMMMMfMIMHMHMMHMMMMMMMMMf'

rn r color, thick skinned and naked. It IMIMMMMHtHIIHIIMUMM4MIIMIIIMMMM MHIIt MMMMtMMtttM ilHHIHIHHlMHIMMMHHIM*
has a head resembling that of a cow,
fa round tail and but two flappers, ly
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAHHIHMMMMIMMeiMlimmMlllllimMMM .a :
,which are located near the head. tMMMiiimnMMMnnmnnmnnnnuinMinniMiiiiniM _
There are three known species of
w th manatee, all of which are rapidly
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becoming extinct. The American species -
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day, is to be found only along the
tw coast of Florida and in the vicinityof
COW PEASWe
the West Indies.
: The animal is now being cared for
P by its captors at Dames Point, and COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN : :

i is attracting the attention. of many
interested visitors. t OHHMHMIIIMIH 11111111111111 IMHMI 11 II liD 11111 I 111111111111 I f

have a limited supply .of IRON AND BRAB-

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name GENERAL HEALTH TODAY

ing quantity desired. Price sure right. (Continued from page 1)
beneficent forces which break up sew-
a We carry constantly a full line of crate material of ; age into harmless compounds are The sixth episode of "The Perils oi Pauline," in two I
present only in the first few inchesof
all kinds.
6 the ground. The other factor, that part. _

Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers ; of the enormous volume of the dilu-
ent, and the practical disappearanceof "
etc. Phones 181191. the sewage in that great under- "Pathe Weekly No. 26, IJ

ground sea, is another subject for

P1. P1. Dutton investigation That the rather production than conjecture.3rd. and sale. .. "A Deal in Real Estate." Comedy, Lubin.

of milk should be under the rigid supervision -
SANFORD, FLORIDA and inspection of an expe- Accompanied by
5-15-tf. rienced man. The dairymen appearas
anxious as the citizens to furnishas

sl: .44MmMMIIMMMmilllllllHMHMMHmHHMimilMIIIMMMIHimmimMIIIIHIHMHM... pure a product as possible. The
present and only test in vogue in Or- That Real OrchestraA

lando is the chemical test; that is,
1
the determination of butter fats and

AI' total solids. This test is more use-
TRULY GRAND
SHOW
ful to detect fraud, such as skimmingand
I' EXTRA SPECIALPrices
watering, than to give an indexto
the sanitary condition or cleanliness -
which surround the dairy in the CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.

on collection and marketing of the milk.I .
would suggest that in addition to iMiiMinHMtMMimiHimntiiimmmiinnniniMiiiiHilHMIIIIHHIHH
the chemical standard, you require IMIIMMIMMIM " ::
ALL STOCK both bacterial and inspection stand- 11111111111111111111111111'1111111111111111111111111111111 1I1I111111111111111recommendations

ards. All three are absolutely neces-
sary for successful control of the regarding the water possible, assist if necessary in the diagnosis i tective measures and the reduction of
milk supply. As Rosnow has observed with his laboratory facilities, ; sickness.
its examinationfor
MISSES HilILTON supply; systematic
DUNN "Milk is responsible for more and assure himself that all such I Very respectfully yours,
sickness and death than perhaps all sewage pollution; the protectionof measures are enforced as might be C. T. YOUNG,
other foods combined. There are sev- milk supply by both inspection and necessary to prevent the spread of I' Ass't to State Health Officer.:
Agents for Barclay Corsets eral reasons for this. (1) Bacteria thorough examination of its products; the infection. He could then turn his

F grow well in milk, and therefore a a prompt investigation of a dangerous attention to an investigation of the SIGNED
McCall's Patterns"IIIII.III..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIII. very slight infection may produce sewage disposal; the disposal of source of the malady, and gather PRESIDENT WILSON BILL
widespread and serious results; ((2)) garbage and the abolition of those such data as an epidemological study TOLLS REPEAL
of all foodstuffs it is the most diffi- conditions responsible for fly breeding; would require. A department of vital -
i .. cult to obtain, handle and deliver ina the safeguarding of food and drink: statistics could be maintainedwith Washington, June 15.PresidentWilson
clean, fresh and satisfactory condi- it is absolutely necessary that your the co-operation of the doctorsin today signed the Panama tolls
BOARD TRADE MEETING POSTPONED NO MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD health department be greatly en- exemption repeal bill as amended in
r II tion; ((3)) it is the most readily decomposable their prompt reporting of all cases
TODAY larged and strengthened, and rein- the senate and agreed to by the
of all our foods; (4)) of illness, births and deaths. It
Owing to the absence of two mem- finally, milk is the only standard arti- forced by such ordinances as are required would then be possible to secure at house.
The regular mid-month meeting of !. bers, thereby preventing a quorum, cle obtained from animal sources con- for its successful operation.The any time reliable data on the health There was no ceremony at the-
the Board of Trade scheduled for the the meeting of the county school sumed in its raw state." remuneration of your city health condition of your city for any period.A signing. Assistant Secretary Fester
' city hall last night at eight o'clock board set for today will in all prob- 4th. The continued and enthusiastic officer should be more in keeping sanitary inspection should be car- was the only person with the presi

was postponed on account of the absence ability be postponed until Saturday.At conduction of your fly campaign, with the responsibility of the office, ried on by an efficient man, trainedin dent.Mr.
of officers. President Seth the meeting Saturday teachers for the enlisting the co-operation of news- and such as would justify him in giv- his work, of all places producingor Wilson signed: the bill lIan'ison wWi a
Woodruff and Vice-President James all the schools of the county, or at papers, clubs, ministers and public- ing all of the many details of his handling food supplies, and of all quill pen used by President
L. Giles are out of the city and Sec- least as many as can be agreed upon spirited citizens in the exterminationof work the necessary attention. Littlecan conditions which are recognized as in signing the international Apy-
retary C. E. Howard is ill. by patrons and the board, will be ap the breeding places of these be demanded or expected froman agencies in the production and right law in 1891 and by Prescient
The meeting was postponed until pointed. winged pests, and the protection of official without authority, an4 spread of disease. Taft in signing the Pan-American
next Monday night at the same hour whose compensation is so grossly inadequate copyright treaty, the Lincoln memo-
all food and drink for direct con- Finally, it is the duty of the health
when it is honed there will be a good SENATOR SMITH WOULD MAKE sumption by screens so effectively to the importance of the department to keep its public fully rial bill and Institute of Arts and

r attendance. VETERANS POSTMASTERS maintained as to exclude their con- service demanded. Such a depart- informed regarding the prevalence of Letters.
{ Washington, June 15.-Special.-( I taminating presence. These insects, ment, properly maintained, could ren- disease, and those measures whichare The pen is the property of Robert
Considerable brick paving is being Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia today through their habit of feeding and der a splendid service in its protec- necessary for their protection.The Underwood Johnson, of New York.
done in Pass-a-Grille, the Coney Island introduced a bill exempting all breeding often in typhoid dejecta and tion of the healthful welfare of the distribution of literature, instruction -
of St. Petersburg persons discharged from the people. Who is your painter and decorator?
militaryor
then walking over our food, have \ and inspection of schools,
the
naval If are satisfied keep one you
service who served in the constituted the chief source of the Upon the report of a suspectedcase the use of newspapers and the givingof have you; if not, phone W. T. Entriean,
Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf civil war, whether as federals or con- dissemination and spread of typhoid of typhoid or any other infec- lectures for the education of the No. 636. 1-20-tf
N federates, from any age limit for selection in this state. I tious or contagious disease he should public, while inexpensive, are most
: For the news, read The Sentinel as fourth class postmasters. 5th, and lastly. In order that these I visit the case at as early a date as efficient in the institution of pro-I Read the ad\jc rtisements daily ,,

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