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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 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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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.


VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1914. NUMBER 108.

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\\i t STREETS[[ Of ORLANDO IS AWARDED[ H ij [ [ I I N UNITE[ r POLICEMEN[ [ THE DISASTER .


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ALABAMA PAVING CO. WILL I, SPECIFICATIONS[ ARE WANTED[ f FOR R VICTIMS TRAPPED LIKE II I' PEACE MEDIATORS DENY ASSOCIATION OF POLICE THEY CLAIM THEIR SHIP

LAY BRICK ON TEN flllMII PLANT RATS ON TOP FLOOROF CARRANZA ENTRY CHIEFS AT GRAND RAP. I NOT AT FAULT SINKING -

MILES OF STREETS V THE BURNING INTO PEACE IDS DON'T LIKE OF EMPRESS

STRUCTUREBlAZElOFFWSOFEfflPE COUNCILS i CARICATUREBURN'S IRELAND
Orlando Water and Light Company

: J JOHNSON GUS[ THE CURBING CONTRACT T Given Until Friday to Submit

Complete Plans [ [ E AND AGREEMENT[[ MADE HARDER[ NAME n DROPPED fROM R ROLLS INQUIRY BEGUN AT QUEBEC[ TODAY

BONDS ARE HERE AND WILL BE I
SIGNED THIS MORNING, AND The city commissioners are apparently .I I
becoming more or less exasperated TWO NARROW STAIRWAYS, IN REBEL LEADER REFUSED TO :RESOLUTIONS UNANIMOUSLY FORMAL STATEMENTS WERE
SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS WILL
at the delay incident to the con- BUILDING OVER FIFTY YEARS EVEN CONSIDER AN ARMISTICE ADOPTED DENOUNCING "GUN MADE AND CAPTAIN KENDALL

BE READY TO BEGIN WORK IN struction of the intake filtration plant OLD, PROVIDED THE AND CORRESPONDENCE MEN," "WHITE SLAVERY" OF THE EMPRESSWAS
A FEW DAYS by the Orlando Water and Light com-
ONLY POSSIBLE ENDS WITH AND POLICE CARICA-
pany, which supplies the city with I "I FIRST WITNESS
WAY OUT MEDIATORSWashington TURE PICTURES TO
TESTIFY
water.A .
The city commissioners yesterday
afternoon signed the contracts with motion was adopted yesterday I I

Mr. Hamilton Johnson for the curb- ] afternoon giving the waterworks Milford, Mass., June 16.-Seven I June 16.-Temporary :, Grand Rapids, Mich., June 16.Special. .- Quebec, June 16.-Captain Kendallof

ing, and the Alabama Paving com- company until the Friday afternoon men were burned to death and twenty suspension of formal conferences at ( .)-The International Association the sunken steamer Empress of
Ala. for the meeting of the commissioners to sub- seriously injured when eighty persons of Police Chiefs today de- Ireland
pany, of Birmingham, Niagara Falls among the mediatorsand was the first witness called
brick about mit specifications according to the old were trapped in a burning Armenian I clared war on all makers of moving when the
laying of pavements on the American and Huerta dele- today government began its
ten miles of Orlando's principal plan submitted to the city council and lodging house early today. pictures who burlesque policemen, investigation into the collision between -
streets. accepted October 16, 1913, with modifications The bodies were taken from the I gates during the absence of the Ar- and produce films depicting crimes. the Empress and the Storstadin

There was four bids submitted for i made necessary by present upper floors of the four and a half j I gentine minister gave President Wil- After William A. Pinkerton, in an the lower St. Lawrence river and

the paving and eight for the curbing. depth of water in'the lake. story brick and wooden building. In -son and Secretary Bryan today addi- .address, denounced "white slavery," the loss of more than 1,000 lives.
Under the contract with the city addition 'tional time for consideration of men "gun men," and police caricature
The Alabama Paving company's-the to the twenty men taken to Kendall limped to the witness stand,
the waterworks is required 'I to be suggested for the provisional films-and recommended that such
pictures -
successful bidders for the paving company the hospital suffering from burns or still suffering from injuries he received -
work-was three and one-half cents I to construct a filtration plant, and from injuries received in jumping presidency of Mexico. Government be forbidden by law, a resolu- in the disaster. Examinationof
and commissionerswant officials were said to have experi- tion offered the membersof
the city engineer was urging
yard lower than their I thirty sustained minor hurts. The interior witnesses was preceded by the introduction -
per square how and of what 'I enced some difficulty in getting the association all their
to know just to exert
of the building was burned out.
of
closest competitor, W. P. Kennedy, I : brief summaries of the
material, it will be constructed before names of eligibles through constitu- to such films. The
who Did thirty cents per square yard. The fire, the cause of which has I power suppress facts by counsel representing the
The bid of Mr. Hamilton Johnson for :approving the plans of the company. not been determined, started in the tionalist agents Washington.. Dur- vote for the resolution was unani- owners of the two vessels.
Doubtless the will comply I ing the three days' absence of Minister "Forbidden of the ,
-the curbing was two cents per run- company dining hall on the ground floor. When !, mous. scenes Counsel for the Storstad declared
of the commissioners Nan, the president and his advisers under world should "
with the demand firemen arrived flames were shooting : be crushed, de- that when she
ning foot lower than any competitor, first sighted the Empress -
'his bid being sixteen cents. and submit plans Friday, in which through all four floors. Escape by I* hoped to make headway over clared Pinkerton.The the latter was off the Storstad'sport.
event the work of construction can be !the problem of personnel of the new
the two narrow stairways was cut off committee on credentials was Two minutes later the fog shutdown
for the
The bids submitted paving that would
started. and the only means of getting out of I government materially relieve ordered today to revise the honor the Storstad signalled by whistle -

were as follows: the building was by jumping from !I immediate tension in the nego- oils of the association. Accordingto that she was under way and keeping -

Alabama Paving company, Bir- the windows. There was a scene of tiations. the chairman, Henry Gallagher, of her course, heading west by
mingham, Ala., 261-2 cents per GENERAL[ VillA HAS RESIGNED wild excitement as the crazed foreigners Chances that Carranza might be- lontclaire, N. J., the name of Detective south. Their statement continues:

square yard. attempted to save their lives. come a party to the present proceed- Burns does not appear on the "When the whistles of the Empress

R: M. Hudson, Atlanta, Ga., 32 COMMAND OF f ARMY The building, erected more than ings apparently were dissipated by revised list. The police chiefs wenton were heard again, the mate in chargeof

cents per square yard. fifty years ago, formerly was used as the dispatch' of the envoys latest telegram record favoring universal speed the Storstad put his wheel to port

Florida National Vault company, a shoe factory, and its timbers: were to the constitutionalist chief. laws for automobiles and universal while the ship slowed-up. The wheel I

Lakeland, Florida, 3.1 3-4 cents per Successful Mexican Commander impregnated with oils. |'They I told Carranza they feared he traffic regulations and signals. was put hard to port and when she

square yard. Quits Because Subordinate The victims were laborers and !i("had not duly considered" their com- did not answer, assistance- was given

W. P. Kennedy, Pensacola, Florida, Acted Without Orders moulders employed at a manufacturing -'munication I containing a request for by steaming up sufficiently. Two
I'SO cents per square yard. plant in Hopedale. None of them I i an armistice with Huerta. Men in COUNTY COMMISSIONERS[ S Will long blasts were given to indicate

bids submit- had families. The financial loss is the confidence of Carranza declaredhe that the vessel had lost steerage way.
|ted For as the follows curbing: were Saltillo,( Mexico, June resignation 15.Delayed.Special.The small. I "had duly considered" the proposal UAUZ TAX ASSESSMENTS f About the same time the engine room

of General Villa has been confirmed I 1 I that he would not agree to a was ordered to po slow ahead so that
Hamilton Johnson, 16 cents per
,truce and that apparently the door
the
vessel
here. A commission is now en route IMEDIATION I At the Meeting of the would not become unman-
[running foot.Alabama I i for further correspondence between Regular July
any
from Torreon to select a new com- [ CONFERENCE[ MAY END ,ageable. The captain, who had gone
191-2 Board the First
Paving company, the mediators and the revolu- on below called
mander for Villa's General II was up by the mate. He
I cents per running foot. Felipe Angelez, army.Constitutionalist WITHOUT I RESULTS f tionist leader was closed. Monday asked, 'Can you see Father Point?'

R. M. Hudson, 22 cents per running President Carranza's secretary of I That development, not entirely unexpected and the mate replied that it had just

foot. I caused little change in the been shut out by the fog. He madeno
war, is likely to be chosen. 1 When the board of county commis-
Florida National Vault company, General Villa is going back to be Possible That United States Will diplomatic situation so far as the sioners meet on the first Monday in mention of the Empress and called
191-2 cents per running foot. I United States was concerned. How- the captain because he had asked to
military governor of Chihuahua, Arbitrarily Name Carranza July they will no doubt continue in
W. P. Kennedy, 18 cents per run- !where he will replace Governor Fedi-I President ever, in some quarters it was sug- session for several days, the law providing be called if it got foggy.

ning foot. lavilo, who is now acting governor. gested that it might hinder the Wash- that at this meeting the tax "When the captain got on deck he

Hyer &, Carroll, 18 cents per run- General Villa's withdrawal is said to ington government's chances of ob- roll of the county shall be reviewedand saw the mastheads of the Empress
ning foot. be* the outgrowth of General Natera's Washington, June 16.-Special.-( ) taining Carranza's consent to the equalized. three points to port. He immediately

& Co. 26 cents attempt to take Zacatecas without ,The White House and state depart- I drafting of a peace plan in which he Under the law the assessor is required ordered full steam astern. The ves-
F. W. ,
Long per
footMishler orders. A statement from President ment spent several hours today en- would have had no part. On the oth- i' to complete the assessment sels were then about 800 feet apart.
running deavoring to hold together the fabricof er hand the insistence of the American The light of the
green Empress
I Carranza ,has been requested and isexpected rolls of the county on or before the ap
& Flynn, 213-4 cents per tonight. mediation at Niagara Falls. The delegates that a man with con- first Monday in July in every year, peared. Three minutes later the ves-

running foit. American delegates have been instructed stitutionalist sympathies be named on which daj. he is required to meet sels came together. The master of

Mr. Hamilton Johnson's bid for reinforcing VILLA'S RESIGNATION IS NOT to keep mediation alive until for provisional president was pointed with the board of county commissioners the Storstad heard a hail of the Empress

bar was 4 cents per pound, CONFIRMEDEl the result is known here of the con- to as showing that the interests of: for the purpose of equalizing as- telling him to keep going ahead.
,and for bbar No. 1,11 cents ference between C. Carothersand the northern faction were receivingfull
cur per Paso, Tex., June 16.-(Special.) George sessments.The He had ordered this but found that
pound, No. 2, 15 cents per pound. -It is reported here that General Carranza personally. Carothers consideration.Press board of county commissionershas he could not keep the collier's nose in

Shortly after the bids were opened Villa has seized Carranza's office at is now on his way to Torreon. According dispatches from Mexico City authority to raise or lower the the Empress' wound. The Storstad j

and the successful bidders announced Juarez. The rumor that Villa has resigned to state department officials stating an extraordinary session of assessment of any particular parcelof was swung around until she was par- '

contracts were signed and the con- has not been confirmed here, but two alternatives are left to the the house probably would be called real estate, but no authority to allel with the liner and the collier's

tractors stated that they would be but there is evidence of serious difficulties Niagara mediators. These are either by Huerta were received here with! change the assessment totals. The master was afraid his ship- would be

ready to begin work in a very short I between the two ,constitutionalist .that Huerta delegates will agree to I keen interest. The spaker of the board can not raise or lower assess- struck on the port side by the star-

time. The bonds were received yesterday I leaders. Carranza as provisional president or house was said to have announcedthat ments for personal taxes except upon board quarter of the Empress. He

afternoon and will be signedby the American delegates will, in closing I a "matter of great interest for sworn statements as to value. had to swing around in a completecircle

the commissioners this morningand I I minutes of the conference, namea I the Mexican republic which would require At the meeting of the county com- and in the meantime the Em-

the money will become available NEW[ CRATER DISCOVERED[ [ ON II provisional president who will be the highest patriotism of the missioners on the first Monday in press disappeared. The Storstad
and no delay is expected in startingthe satisfactory to Carranza and be sup- deputies would be discussed." It gen, August complaints will be heard from blew signals to the liner but it did

paving.Mr. MOUNT LASSEN[ ported by the United States in this erally was supposed the subject of I those whose assessments are changed not answer. About ten minutes afterwards -

Johnson is given until July 1, arbitrary ruling. The ultimate atti- the extra session would relate to at the July meeting. the master of the Storstad
1915, to complete the curbing and the tude of the United States govern- Huerta's attitude as recently outlinedby I heard a chorus of cries and proceeded

Alabama Paving, company's contract Worst Eruption of Series Expected to ,ment, if it can do no better, this offi- his delegates at Niagara Falls. BASEBALL RESULTS toward them with care, his four boats

calls for the completion of the paving Occur Within a Few Hours, cial said, would be to name Carranza Don't Need Big Food Supply at Vera National League ready to launch. The Storstad's boats
by September 1, 1915. I Warned himself arbitrarily as provisional Cruz Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 4. saved several hundred of the Em-
and
The total amount to be expended in j Sightseers president, and then the mediators Brigadier General Funston reported Boston 3, St. Louis 4. press' survivors and manned entirely
the work is about $200,000, I t might go home if they desired. All Brooklyn 4 Cincinnati 7.New an Empress boat on its trip back to
paving today that the food supply Vera ,
j Mineral, Cal., June 16.-(Special.)
the city having bonded for 100,000 j I| -A new crater this afternoon was I,hopes appear to have vanished for a Cruz was not in great danger, although -I York 3, Pittsburg 0. the scene of the wreck and another
with i friendly conference among the delegates American League boat partially."
and the property owners prop i and he
i discovered on :Mount Lassen. The : some prices were high I Ii
erty abutting on the streets to be of the United States, Huerta- recommended especially against sending I Detroit 3, New York 0. Under the presidency of Lord Mersey -
discovered
new crater was followinga I i
paved being assessed for half the cost : minor eruption which occurred ists, mediators, and Carranzistas. I II [: food supplies from the United Cleveland 2, Washington 1. I noted British jurist, a government -

of paving in front of their property, shortly before noon today. It is on I I "I States except for troops. Chicago 7, Philadelphia 10. court of inquiry here today to
the owner on each side of the street TAMPA GETS CUSTOMS St. Louis 0, Boston 2. I investigate the disaster in the St.
the south side of the mountain peak E.\D-I I Railway connections have been reestablished -
paying one-fourth of the expense. QUARTERS Federal League Lawrence river in which the Canadian
'a short distance from the three cra- I from the United States
3 Pittsburg 4. Pacific steamer Empress of Ireland
With ten miles of. brick paved ters which have been active for the throughout northern Mexico. Serviceis i Chicago ,
streets added to what Orlando al- past few days. Tonight another Washington, June 16.-The Spark I open between Monterey, Browns- I Indianapolis 4, Buffalo 1. sank and more than 1,000 persons

ready has, it will be the best paved eruption appears imminent. Smoke man bill removing headquarters of'' ville, Eagle Pass, Laredo and El Paso. Kansas City 14-8, Baltimore 1-3. lost their lives.
in the state. I the customs service from Jacksonvilleto St. Louis 13, Brooklyn 12. The inquiry is expected to center
city : and steam have been pouring from Trains are also running between A.
the crater since early this morning Tampa has passed the house with- I Tampa and Linares, Victoria, Saltillo, I I Southern League bout two main points, the international -
8, Memphis 7. rules to prevent collisions, and
Chattanooga
ENGLISH TEAM TAKES SECOND rnd it is predicted that within a few out objection. t Torreon, Durangoand Chihuahua and
)Montgomery 2, New Orleans 1. the action taken by the captain of the
POLO GAME hours the worst eruption of the series Unless the two Florida senators telegraphic communication has been :
Mobile collier Storstad, the steamer which
: will occur. All sightseers were ordered take a hand in the matter and kill established between all those cities. I Birmingham 6, 2. t.
Atlanta 3 Nashville 2. collided with and sank the Empress
Meadowbrook, N. Y., June 16.- out of the vicinity of the vol- the bill in the senate, headquarterswill ,
South Atlantic League of Ireland. Counsel for the owners
(Special)-The English polo team cano ,this afternoon. be removed to Tampa soon after I
THE WEATHER and officers of the Storstad
Macon 13, Jacksonville 1. are expected -
the bill the senate and is
again defeated the American team passes I
I to contend that when the two
this afternoon in the second game of ;; A fine line of 50 bound books just signed by the president. This in all I Savannah 5, Augusta 4.
the international contest. The score received. Call and look them over. I probability will be done within the Florida: Local thunder showers Columbus 9, Albany 3. I vessels sighted each other the Stor-
next thirty sixty days. Wednesday and probably Thursday. 1 Charleston 3, Columbia 0. (Continued on page
was: England 4, American 234. Curtis & O'Neal. or
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I to be rather intimate by English-speaking men, not Ger- '
that J. Johnson an ebony hued punching had not been proved I I
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* -- and Francis Moran, who comes from year. The near approach of the the eastern shore, the great triumph
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|l Pittsburg, and who is as nearly white I summer holidays, of which the "Glor- may possibly within \he present sum- GRAND THEATER
be set to the credit of RodmanWanamaker's
occasion of Inspiration mer
from is the
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*. there, are.scheduled to stage a fight! makes the subject timely. generosity, the practical -
skill of Glenn Curtiss and above
,
i on June 27, in that gay and giddy The disasters resulting from the in-
all, the daring and devotion of John
f- celebrations of the Fourth, r
Paree. insane
Cyril Porte of the British navy, ando COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN *
other
fever malaria and
I It will be noted that we said scheduled like typhoid ,
an American assistant as yet unnamed -
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That sad visitations, are preventable.They
jj? to stage a fight letjs
says the New York World MMtMMMHttHtHCtMCmMUmieMIMHItmmMMMMtTOJDJ
|. us out. Some souls are brave enough are without reasonable excuse,

f to come right out and say the abovementioned excepting that of ignorance, whichisn't The baloon is an old story. It is

if two persons will fight. But acceptable as an excuse in these almost 130 years since Blanchardand
Dr. Jeffries made the first great \ Y
1 such a statement, in our opinion, exceeds enlightened days. Where an explosion -
over-water flight, across the English -
the extreme limit of poetic license of gunpowder in firearms or
I Channel. Even then Blanchard's
or whatever license it is that fireworks results in fatal injury or

i one exceeds when one makes a positive in instantaneous death, the doctor, of baloon was equipped with wings like "Fighting BlOOd in two parts. A real reel of real
windmill vans. If he could have fore ,
statement with nothing positive course hasn't chance. The coroner

I k to back it up. should be summoned. But in the mul- seen the light motor, Blanchard pictures. See it and find out.
could almost have planned a Zep
Many things may happen during titude of accidents that pepper the
I pelin.
:I the next eleven days to bring about skin with burned powder, that bring "

f a cancellation of this much-talked shattered fingers and blinded eyes- '' By contrast it was nearing the end "The Confiscated Count, Kalem Komedy. /

I of bout Who can say that Johnson, the features that make the small boya of 1903 on December 17, when Wilbur

I this will not be pinched Wright, first of mortal men actually '
during period, hero to his companions-the great- another Kalem.
E for auto speeding ,smoking in the est danger is not from the superficial flew, instead of floating airborneon "Historic Tarrytown,

*, treason piracy or have volatile gas. The distance was 852
; subway, arson damages that might come ,
,f into the fad of a Paris feet. It is less than ten years since "
sneezing policeman from other causes than exploding "Tivoli And Its Cascade. A rather interesting trav-
Wright flew three miles, again a
l ? And if one or several oft fireworks. It is in the slow-

: these little things should happen to comparatively slow-development of pioneer. Yet military and passenger el. A visit to the volcano Kilavea Hawaii, and

him "l'il Ahthuh" probably won't get tetanus, resulting frequently in com- aeroplanes in every land, probably
.
in time to be those 3,000 licensed aviators and $100,000-
out among present plete flexion of ,the voluntary muscles -
the of the fight 000 of investment in air transit show
night
f on and producing lockjaw.In .
And Francis, too, must be consid- its final development the deathof that aviation is not a momentary GOOD MUSIC.

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ered as a possible even probable the victim is attended by horrible fad.And

;i cause of calling off the match at suffering, not. unlike that producedby now we face the Atlantic itself -

the eleventh hour. The Pittsburg The of excruciating -wondering if, but when, its bar-
hydrophobia. spasms
? gladiator may experience a sudden agony in both diseases are rier of tossing "waves will be van- CHILDREN 5c. :: ADULTS lOc.iMMIMIMHt .

;3 change of heart and also of foot temperature I unreleaved by the unconsiciousness of quished!

t before the p. m., of June 27. the victim and he dies a lingering The London's Mail's prize of $50- l

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I qualm as the hour approaches when is not likely, in the present gen- crossing will not be made or i it. HMlllillllMMIIHIMIMliM MillinitMIIIIII::::::::1::::::
I he must dare what so few have dar- eral indifference to the possibility of will be made in that time. The air MlHIIICMIMMIOHt :: ; : ; ; ; ; ; : ; :

I ed-get himself shoved into the ring accidents of this kind even in the ;reverses all rules of surface transit.

with this fighting black man. the earlier
Safety is safety. Even
best regulated families, that we shall
'g If Francis' pedals become icy and Wright biplanes made forty miles an ,
see any lessening of this danger. It is
his courage oozes forth and the matchis ,hour. Now we have 140 miles an '
well therefore, to be prepared for it
called off on that account the real hour and even more, sustained for Condensed report of the
-to realize that however slight a pow-
facts will not be given out We will considerable distances. And de Mou-
I der burn may appear, if it has broken -
be told that Francis, during training, linais has gone from Paris to Warsaw
the outer skin there is decided
busted his left and his right elbow, danger and risk in, not taking a every more than 1,300 mles in less than ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.at .

nine ribs and his wishbone, and that twenty-four hours-a feat no man can
to avoid fatal infection.If .
|- he suddenly had become possessed of step accomplish by other means than those

I appendicitis, barber's itch and sus- tacked a by person a dog, child, presumably or adult affected is at-- 'he used, and far beyond rivalry, even close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith

| pended animation. from the birds. Two such flightsas i

k But even if Francis doesn't get cold with rabies, he takes no chances, de Moulinais' and the Atlantic is Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida.
,
but hunts the doctor and gets to
up
feet and Ahthuh doesn't get himself crossed from New Foundland to Ireland -

%t pinched and they do met in the ring, him quick. The danger from a pow- with many miles to spare, anda ...
der burn is less serious and the
no
follow that a
I it doesn't necessarily day's time left for good measure.

fight will take place. Of course, prudent man will be equally prompt in Fifteen hours of such speed as Prevost's tRESOURCES

be real fight, but only consulting the physician. An anti-
there may a last September would span LIABILITIESLoans
about two per cent of the general pub toxin for tetanus has been perfected, from shore to shore. I

lic feel that way. Forty-nine of the which is as dependable' as is the Pas-
Asume a mid-ocean stop for fuel,
the teur treatment in the prevention of $372,874.39 $100,009.00
think
t remaining ninety-eight and the huge flying boat in which and Discounts Capital -
bout will be a frameup, while 'the hydrophobia. Its use should be en-
will make his 647.59
Lieut. Porte gallant Surplus and Undivided Profits 31,121.37
Overdrafts -
other forty nine thing it wil be a big couraged in all injuries of this nature venture seems adequate. The powerof

with Johnson doing the even though they be apparently 26018.33 585,497.65Real
slaughter, 200 horses is harnessed to its Stocks and Bonds Deposits -
of only moderate severity.
butchering.This mighty wings which set upright Fixtures '26487.37 Banks and Bankers 8,378.97
proposed Johnson-Moran affair The bacillus of tetanus, the germ Estate, Fur. and Due to
house. It
would overtop a six-story
t has caused about as much dis- that makes the real trouble follow- Hand and Due from
will weigh two and a half tons. It Cash on
cusion as arf fight since the big ing powder burns, is more or less ofa
will carry food, clothing, tools, evena 301,970.31
Banks -
black man grabbed the crown from mystery, but medical science has sleeping mattress. There is room

Jeffries. So many things are to be him under surveillance, investigatinghis to move about __ I'

considered in an attempt to "dope"out habits and methods of work. The
The who embarks sucha Total $727,997,99
man upon
the result that the betting fraternity doctors have found him an enemy not Total $727,997.99
: daring venture risks all to the
is baffled and up to the pres- to be trifled with. They have discovered -
storm, confides all to his engines.The .
ent moment we have not heard of any also that he cannot thrive in
weather of the entire coun- E. NOLAN
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real bet being placed on the outcomeof the presence of oxygen. It's fatal to ,
try and of the Atlantic must be very,
the fight him. Therefore he cannot inflict injury -
closely studied to decide upon con- t
Some of the best little ring expertsin on the surface of the skin or Cashier.
ditions that make the trip possible.Let .
the country sem to feel that Johnson wherever else he may be exposed to
the engines balk over a roughsea
ought to be a 5 to 1 to 10 to 1 the air. He must and does work be- ,
and the navigators face not quite
= in the betting. Some ofMoran's
favorite neath the surface and he burrows
certain death since fate might drop
c supporters are so confident along the nerve lines to the
nerve them in the track of ships; but the -
that he will beat "Smoke" that it is centers of the body.
itself must inevitably be
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Y said they will be willing to take all The advice to the layman in the machine + t! l'I'_ ". iiiiiiiofitttitfiMittttHti"tntffftfMftMiMtattittttiiniii IMIIIMMHIIII
wrecked. It can rest on the water -. . -
F the 3 to 1 and even 2 to 1 money that case of accidents from I' .4imttiForJialei
exploding pow- and rise again, even if there are con-
will be offered at the last minute. der is to =
to the
go doctor as soon aspossibledon't
iderable swell, but choppy waves OOfM (
The general public, however, is keep- .
wait until tomorrowgo
would be its undoing. As. Lieut.
ing its money in its jeans and no now. As first aid to the injured, :Porte "nothing serious must
says, H
doubt will keep it there. saturate the
wound
with
peroxide of "
happen to these motors.
The possibility of the fight being a
hydrogen, or as it is known in some From the dawn of time the call fdr I
frameup is one that is to be consid- instances .
with dioxygen. While this errands in
to desperate
men upon
go
then the arises
ered. And question :
must not be depended upon to ward has lacked volunteers. The I .
war never 8-roomj
how far has the negro gone back? : : Modern
off the
results of the
injury, its large ,flying machine has had its scouts
Is he out of condition and totally un-
fit to put up a championship fight, lessen percentage immediate of available oxygen may and spies of the air. They die if : ; House 2 doors ;
danger until at fault sometimes
pro- they are caught ;

as times has? been Has there reported been a any half real dozen im- fessional skill can have a chance.If I'with no fault, when an engine stallsor : : west of Wyoming : Just arrived car load

in the last in the abil- we must be noisly patriotic, let a murderous gust pounces upon : i Hotel. Bar-
provement year | ;
us be prepared for the consequences, them. They serve peace and human- FORDS for immediate -
ity of Moran, who only a year ago,
and knowing of the danger have carried forward the
to the 'ity. They
was a second rate "white hope? j i gain. ;
hasn't improved average small boy, be ready to save conquest of the air faster and more delivery.Get .
Certain it is that if Moran _
his life for years of future useful- certainly than men dreamed ten years
much over what he was a year

ag he will have a mighty slim ness. ago, or five years but, or three years. i A. L. Bentley, j yours nowF.
beginning.
chance against Johnson, even if Johnson Surely we are ; ,
distance McADOO WILL AID SOUTHERN No one who values courage in a G. RUSH,
considerable
has receded a | | AMELIA AVENUE
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; from where he was when he BANKS good cause will read without a quick- 226

fought Jeffries. ening pulse of Lieut. Porte's under IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIl Phone

Considerable stress is being laid Washington, June 15.-Secretary taking. No one will fail to wish him

on the fact that Johnson has led a McAdoo again stands ready to lenda success in his gallant challenge of IHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIMII*
hand to Western and Southern the powers of the storm and the sea. _...rdC
fast and giddy life since he became a
t champion. Yet he was quite as giddy I banks in case they need money for His own account of his experienceswill i SUMMER TIME IS

a young blade before he won the crop movement purposes. The planof be written exclusively for the .

i championship as he has been since. lending government money to the World. If he succeeds, it will be the FLY TIMEAre

banks in agricultural districts for use great aviation feat of the young century -
The fact that it is not generally those windows screen

known is simply because in the days during crop moving season last year : and one of the most fascinatingof ed yet? Patented detachable -
was so successful that it will be all stories of high adventure.
before he became a champion, he was hangers used on all
notice in the adopted this year if the necessity needed
} given scarcely newspa- screens. No ladder
pers and his personal doings were not arises. The total amount loaned to DeLand' community parliament, to take off or put on
banks last year was $37,386,000. It which to work for a civic
chronicled as wide and as far as they proposes when washing windows.

'' have been since. Of course, Johnsonis went to 192 banks in sixty-two citiesof center and other good things for the

a bit older than he was in 1910. twenty-eight states. city is most active, and now has a R.J.WALDRONContractor

him has proposition to combine funds avail- and Builder
And age has not helped nor
I AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico
time second rate white has able with the amount appropriated by WOOD COAL sweet
his dissipation helped him. But the fighter a 410 West StreetttttllllltlMtlillMIHH Hand'sCoal potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
chance against the Hack the for the construction of Wood, $1.50 a strand up.
main quest is: man, who, city a Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant

Has Johnson gone so far back in less than four years ago, was called community building. The city's appropriation .'. Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Co., Apopka, Flsi.,. 5.24.!

four years and Moran come so far the greatest human fighting machineof amounts to $15,000.-Times- I

; forward in one )"ear' that the once- the age? I II I I Union Short Talks. Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf i Job printing at the Sentinel For the news, read The SentineLE' t



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PREDICTS LIVING ONE HUNDRED I BRIEF DIRECTIONS FOR FARM

OPPORTUNITY. THE IDLE RICH. YEARS WILL BE EASY BUTTER MAKING
$pyur. $
Every day to every man The human scrap pile for pn le.l'Jn4For
Opens Fortune's gate anew. which we have to pay is cluttered Fifty years ago the average length 1. Cool the cream from the sepera-

Has your past been void of pain? up, cot alone wjth the puuJX.TS of human life was thirty-five years. tor as soon as possible to 55 degrees

Lo, the future beckons you! and the down and outs but Fifty years from, now, or sooner, the F. or lower.
with the idle rich who Mt round average life will be 100 years. I 2. Never mix warm cream with Any Kind of a Letter File
Would you make of life the best. luxurious hotels and watering feel safe in saying that children born cool cream. ,
Spurn the demon of Despair. places with nothing to do but
Trim Hope's lamp within your overeat and bletp' 1 was astounded in 1950 will have an average lengthof 3.Iix all the cream to be churned Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -
breast. by the waste of human life of 100 years in one vat or can at least eighteen
Keep It burning brightly there. energy at the county Institu- f So Dr. E. S. Bailey declared before hours before churning. in a file may save you several dol-

\tions. but I am appalled} ( when I a gathering of noted physiciansin 4. Ripen at a temperature of 70 lars in money by keeping your receipts in
Shut the door on coward Fear. think of that far greater wasteof Chicago. Not all of the doctors to 75 degrees F. for from six to eight

Never doubt creation's plan. energy among those whose ,think that the child of the future .hours, stirring frequently during this easy reference or may save more than that
Wben the grisly phantoms rear wants have been provided for
will be a veritable Methuselah but period. in
valuable
Face and fight them. Be a and who have nothing to do but time not to mention the annoyance -
man. dress for dinner. We have 2.MO they agree with Dr. Bailey in the 6. Lelthe cream stand eight hoursor
persons:: sitting with folded bands Statement that much has been done more (over night) at the churn- of being unable to find the paper you

Fixed resolve and purpose high in our county institutions, content ,in recent years to increase the lengthof ing temperature. wish just at the time you need it.
Win their guerdon soon or late. because their wants have life. Eminent medical authoritiessay 7. The temperature of churning
Fate condemns you? 'Tis a lie! been provided for. I could not that the human being of today should be such as to make the butter

Souls that dare may conquer help thinking of our wealthy ,has five times the chances for life come in from thirty-five to forty minutes W. S. BRANCH ,
fate. outcasts in this connection. They
t are, really beyond the pale of that he had a half a century ago. usually 55 to 60 degrees F. i
Medical science has kept with 8. If it is desired to artificial'
human effort, for they are do- pace use
He who wills is be who can- Tbe Arcade Book and Music Store
He who to himself is true. ing nothing that is of good to the most advanced sciences of the coloring, it should be added to the

Every day to every man anybody, not even to themselves.The world. Engineering work in the build cream just before churning.

Opens Fortune's gate anew. idle wealthy are going on ing of the Panama Canal would not 9. Stop churning when the granules _--- -
-John Goadby Gregory.PATRIOTISM. the scrap pile voluntarily. Theyare have been possible without the advance are about the size of peas; varying -i 'eii1llarnmond&Gore' ""- "
not only useless but harm
r
ful. Somebody ought to wake in preventative medicine. A to wheat, and draw off the but-

them up and make them think. 'great triumph was scored in the conquering termilk.

And this waste can be foundat of yellow fever and malariain 10. Wash the butter once with pure

most any fashionable resort Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philip water at the churning temperature,

I shall enter on no encomium east and west. If we had a lit pines. Modern discoveries have agitating three or four times, and
upon Massachusetts. She needs tle help from those who can give enabled much to be done toward eliminating drain. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
none There she Is. Behold her help it might solve a lot of problems '
the fatalities due to all di 11. Wash a second time with water
and Judge for yourselves. Thereis that put the poor wards of
sease. Physical weaklings are made about four degrees above VALUES
churning LOW PRICES
her history: the world knowsit the county where they are.-
by heart The past at least Is President A. A. McCormick of .into normal people. Even the death -temperature agitating seven or eight
secure. There are Boston and Board of Charity. Chicago.ACCOMPLISHMENTS.. toll of warfare has been lessened. times, and drain. COMPARE

Concord and Lexington and Bun- I "We have, more people 100 yearsof 12. Add the salt wet while the but

ker Hill, and there they will re- age that we had 25 years ago," ter is in the granular form, using OUR FURNITURE

main forever.-Daniel Webster. said one of the experts who heard about one to one and one-half! ounces _
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Dr. Bailey state his theory. "But for each pound of butter, according 1
We provide the quality furniture that has long
It isn't the pull that you have. making life longer is a matter entirely to the demands of the market. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

men respect for the individual. Proper care 13. Work the butter just enoughto standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
SCHOOL LESSONS.Don't Or the help that your many and moderate habits will increase the distribute the salt even14. !/. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise.. We can't make

path you remember the winding*. It's friends the efforts give. you make all length of lift, but I doubt if the If the butter is to go on the this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

That led to the schoolhouse yourself to collect average will reach 100 years for market, it should be put un in neat, this business, and that means much to any buyer.

door? The price of the life that you more than a century." attractive packages.-Home and

Round the orchard and through live. Farm.
the laneIt COURTESY TO AX OLD WOMAN McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,

wound forevermore! It is fine to be helped, but It's WINS $25,000 PRETORIA IS BLAMED FOR COLLISION -
Didn't ;o>i learn in paths of life finer by far Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.

ThJa Jesson day by day- In the battle for glory or pelf L JMMMCMMMHIMMlttHttflMMMItMMIIIMIUI
Denver, Colo., June 16.-For being _
That though the pathway wind To strive for hilltops though dis -
courteous to an aged woman, Robert New York, June 15.-A force of .
and wind tant they are,
Where there's a will there's a And to gain them at last by Reiner will be left $25,000 in her 200 shipwrights, riveters and elate
way? yourself. will, but Mrs. Christina J. Evans fitters began today to repair the damaged

-Detroit Free Press. who took care of the same old lady's port bow of the American liner ".

Don't yon remember the dog I doe until the doc died., for which. she New York and it was announced that

eared books, says- she was promised- $500 in the the ship would be ready to leave on We Will Put the Reinsof
The high flown words and stubborn
will, has had to start suit in the Dis- her regular scheduled time next Friday
sums, ...
IMMIGRATION EVILS. trict court against the estate in orderto morning. A survey of the dam
The history, with its battle
Success
scenes. For years the United States collect the money she claims is aged New York soon after she in Your
has endeavored to correct its due her. reached her
And picturesque flags and fifes pier yesterday disclosedno
immigration laws. Every thinking -
and drums? The old lady was Mrs. Celia Oster. breaks resulting from her collision Hands
person knows that some-
What was the lesson of it all? thing must be done to check the She was worth about $100,000 when with the Preterit Saturday morn-
Wby Just to be stanch and she died short time and divided ing that would necessitate
influx. Now that it has become a ago, sendingher
To look true to yourself for all your necessary to conserve our national her money and property amonga to dry dock. How? By furnishing you with : ;
resources-our timber, our number of friends and heirs and The hole made by the Pretoria is
And aid paddle your own canoe! coal lands, our water power sitesit made several bequests to charitable about thirty-two feet long and fifteen : a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; :

stands to reason that this institutions but Reiner in for feet deep. The work of the
came repair call He will
conservation is intended for our on you. give you a : :
Don't you remember the red the bulk of the estate, receiving $10- force today was to remove the anchor
children and not for the children -
cheeked lass of the hordes now in 000 from it, and all of the money of the Pretoria, left in the rent formula that will make and mature

With glad gold curls and dancIng southern Europe. The Mrs. Oster had in two Denver banks, whn she backed away after the im '

eyes outbreaks of the Industrial I amounting to $15,000. your fruit
That burst on your soul in all her pact.A
charms. Workers of the World and the Mrs. Oster became a widow a num- recent change in the steamship :

Fresh as a breath of paradise? growth of socialism in this coun- I ber of years ago, and being childlessand lanes may have been responsible for :
try may be directly charged to
That all the sweet things of all found that nobody was kind to the collision. Captain Roberts in a I
When all of the song Is said- this great of undesirable incoming heterogenous cut- her unless they were well paid for statement said there was a differ :

Say was the lesson learned by ting mass inhabitants many wage of them their little services. Reiner, however, ence of about twenty-five miles between : T ml1 rll r rtili r I

That you faint heart never won admittedly temporary inhabit- she found to be a different sort of a the old and the new eastward '
ants who before they have young man. He entertained Mrs. Osterin lanes and that the Pretoria was pur- '
fair maid?
Edward Wilbur Mason in National learned before to they'speak now our of languageand our customs numerous ways and never asked ,suing the old lane instead of the new, : ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA111'11'1111111'llllllell'IIIIII'llt.tlllllllllllll.t j j
Magazine.STOCK anything in return. When she died the former being the same as the :
and {instif dons, are taughtby
foreign bor' agitators to hate he found he suddenly had become new westward lane which the New I lr

the United f .ates and to contribute rich.When York was correctly following at the
thei money and their Mrs. Oster made her will time.
GAMBLING.Short energies tr a revolution bloodless she left $1,500 to be paid to Mrs. Evans |tMIMIIMiii89MiMmttttltittimmM IIIIIIII

sales constitute the greatest or otherwise which plots for taking care,of her dog, Daisy, GUNMEN KILL TWO IN NEW
menace to industrial stabil- the downfall of our present formof until the latter's death. Daisy died in YORK
ity and financial strength now government Congressman COW PEAS
1913 and before Mrs.
July, shortly .
{resented to the American people Albert Johnson of Washington.HYMN
: Some time we must take up Oster's death she made a codicil to New York, June 15.-Gunmen killed

the problem of suppressing these her will in which she revoked the I two men on the East Side yesterday,

gigantic gambling transactions bequest to Mrs. Evans. ,seriously wounded a third and stray

and this is the time to do It. OF THE EARLY CHRIS- bullets from their revolvers struck

We ought to employ the taxing TIANS. HOW IT FEELS TO BE SHOT AT two children, causing superficial We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
power to put an end to the eviL
bids wounds. Revenge is assigned as the
The rising sun ns awake I
If the tax is imposed next year And prayer to our Creator make A scientific study of the sensationsof cause. HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
there will be but a tithe of the I
gambling that has! been flaunted Benedicamus Domino! II soldiers under fire has recently Salvatore Pellagrino, thirty-two, a ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
in the face of the American peo- I been made by an Italian Colonel, rooming house keeper, and his brother

ple. It will not interfere with His hand bath kept us through whose interest in the psychology of William, twenty-two, were shot : We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

honest and legitimate business the night battles led him to question closelymore down by gunmen after being lured :
led the
And us safely to light all kinds.
methods. and the market placesof Benedicamus Domino! than 2,000 men, one by one. from their home by acquaintances. :
the will be made
secure.country The stock exchanges more are The result of the investigations are .Salvatore died in an hour. -- Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-

not now places for the actual Our tongues restrain we through given in the Italian Military Review. ".., The second murder was that of _
transfer of commodities. They the day Nine-tenths of the men declared James Cestaro, who was killed by two -_ riers, etc. Phones 181191.

are places where unscrupulousmen That blame_ they at eve their fear was greater at the first ,gunmen at a birthday party at which :

balance their wits.-Senator may pray, sound of the enemy's bullets in the he was a guest -
Benedicamus Domino! F. F. DuttonSANFORD
Cummins of Iowa.
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first battle, though they were much -

Our thoughts contain our senses less frightened than they had expected THAW DENIED BAIL :

guard. to be, and that in each succeeding -- FLORIDA

We serve the vineyard of the battle their fear diminished. Washington, Jun 15.-Harry K. 5.15.tl.'II'IIIIIIII"'IIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'.

THERE ARE NO GHOSTS. Lord They agreed that nothing was so Thaw today was denied release on :

There are no ghosts, the skeptics Benedicamus Domino! terrible, so harrowing to the nervesas bail pending consideration by the supreme ",

say.: to stand motionless in the front court of his extradition from ,
Dead is the of All worldly appetites repress "
rose yesterday. ranks, exposed to a fire which they New Hampshire to New York.
The friends we love return no And ever our Creator bless,' 4HIMIIMMII MIHIHMMMMtMilMMItltlllft
! more Benedicamus Domino! were not permitted to return. So excruciating I The court likewise declined to

By winding .stair or secret was the agony that they grant the auxiliary request of Thaw :

door, Thus, daylight passed to God on always welcomed the orders to ad- to be taken to Pittsburg in the custody -

Where little children blithely high vance, even in the face of greater of Sheriff Drew of Coos county, EXTRA SPECIAL

play. Once more with hallowed lips perils.-Boston Daily Globe. New Hampshire, in whose custody he

we cry, was placed by Judge Aldrich when
At twilight: when the world is Benedicamus Domino!
Plans for a new passenger station the latter held that the state of New Prices
gray -From Ave Maria. on
A And shadows rIse in dim array fQr the A. C. L. railroad in St. Pet York was not entitled to extradite

Why tremble! at forgotten lore? ersburg will be lost in starting workon Thaw.

There ere no ghosts. it. The new statian will stand on ALL STOCK

LOVE. the site of the present depot and will Who is your painter and decorator .
Yet once I dreamed from far U[ you are satisfied keep the one you
It is from love that all being cost between $70,000 and $100,000.We .
awayI have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
first flowed. Into Jt all returns
heard her baby footsteps stray through man. and in all "the No. 636. 1.20-tf MISSES\ HAMILTON & DUNN I
Softly across the nursery floor. insure your life and loan you
wide compass which is fetched"through j
Each footfall touched theheart's money on real estate at 6 per cent Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin.1
the infinite variety of interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., fectant, Manti Tonic. Office
deep core. forms of being love is the permanent Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. !
It love coutt bring her* back- element and the true es 3-25-d&wtf Empire building. 5-27-lm Agents for Barclay Corsets
but
nay sence. Nature is on its way
There are no ghosts.E. It will pay you to Jet us do some .
back to God. gathering treasureas Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's McCalTs Patterns .
F, Parr In London Sphere. of your printing. We do it right
It oes.-IIenry Jcnes. M. A. Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.

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} DAILY SWAT THE DEADLY FLY I SIDELIGHTS I If ......A
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' South Florida SentinelMORNING I (By W. S. Branch) I i
Commissioner Clark Robertson has f FROM VERA CR01
AND WEEKLY Hugh Allen is soliciting ads. for I
inaugurated a fly eradication and
JOSUH FERRIS. Editor and Onn.u the fair premium list. The fair managers -
____-u_ ___ general sanitary improvement cam-
propose to have the list out a''I Aviation Ship of U. S. Navy Reaches
Entered at the poetoffic at Orlando. Florida paign, in which he should have the month or more ahead of the fair so
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as Second Class Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION' Pensacola With Aviatorsand
hearty co-operation of every citizen'and as to give it a wide circulation.
Ann
I Machines men1
RATES *
organization in Orlando. It is a un
Daily, 1 Year .$500 I I i --
Daily. 6 Months %.50 notable fact that typhoid epidemics Mr. Awde has moved his coffee .
Daily. 3 Months L25 roasting machine from the Pure Food Pensacola, Fla., June 16.-The
Dan). 1 Month almost invariably originate coinci- I
Grocery to the room around the cor- United States battleship Mississippi, I
dentally with the beginning of the six naval aviators who have
Weekly! 1 Year 100 ner on Boone street He will add to bearing
c. \rrrkb', 6 Months .\ iTO summer, of fly season. The fly is the 'his stock and enlarge his business in t,'been doing duty at Vera Cruz,

ADVERTISERS: greatest carrier of typhoid germs, the better quality of teas and coffees. reached here yesterday afternoon

+ after a long absence. The Mississippi -
and typhoid germs are present at all
Copy for display tad all _:her hand-aet (which is the aviation ship of the OUR FIRST
advertising nut be handed in at the busmen times in every community. Masons began laying the founda- !
ffict of the Sentinel nt later than Z p. m. tions for the new Caruthers & Gore navy) will remain here for three or
the day before publication. This rule applies Every person who has typhoid [four weeks, and will then proceed I!
to changes for contract advertising: it II warehouse yesterday, and the mer-
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. fever and recovers carries with them, chants and professional men in the (I north to go on the dry dock for a I I It ANNUALWHITE

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- for at least,two or three weeks after adjacent buildings hope the end of )' general overhauling preparatory to

tinued should notify the office in writing on recovery, countless numbers of the the dust and dirt and trouble of build- (!her departure for Greece, to which ,
the date of expiration otherwise it will be (country she will be sold shortly. It :
continued at the regular subscription rates, deadly germ, and it' is after recovery ing operations is in sight It is not SALE
until notice to stop is received. known just what Cot Watkins will I is understood that the Mississippi will
that the greatest danger arises, because
succeeded the aviation oft
lbe as ship
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do for amusement after this job is
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1914. it is to relax the ,
customary finished. Possibly he will build a the navy by the Minnesota, a somewhat -

ordinary vigilance as soon as the pa roller skating rink on top of the f larger ship. The Minnesota will

The police chiefs are wrong, andit tient is out of bed. From four to six whole Watkins Mock. be stationed here, where the aviation
wouldn't be any fun to see the f corps of the navy is located.
per cent. of people who have typhoidand *
movies if somebody didn't play trickson
recover carry in their intestines ] Miss Rae Tichnor, who with her
the
policeman. StartingWednesdayJune
MASSACRE OF GREEKS RE-
mother, Mrs. A. M. Sholes, moved to
o .typhoid germs as long as they live. PORTED
Portland, Oregon, a few years ago,
Tampa gets a non-resident fork Typhoid is an intestinal germ anda writes to Orlando friends from Seat- 17

postmaster, but he is a Democrat case of typhoid is evidence that the tle, Washington, where she is at pres- Athens, Greece, June 16.-Greek

Jacksonville would be glad to get a victim has, either through food or ent. She has a position on the road refugees from Asia Minor today andLasting

Democrat from any old place.o drink, had the disease communicatedto and expects to go as far north as brought reports of the massacre by
I Turks of 100 Greeks, including
Alaska before home. She
returning
him from the intestinal
discharge
I priests, old men and children in the 10
intimates that when she gives her DaysWe
Uncle Sam is hot on the trail of of known up
some person to physicians town of Phokia, twenty-five miles
the income tax dodgers and numerous I present job she expects to take a position -
as a typhoid carrier. There's where ; northwest of Smyrna.The .
at housekeeping. But it will
k Florida editors will be taking to
the tall timber when his sleuths get the deadly fly comes in. He carriesthe be in her own home in a cute little town, according to the official
bungalow built for two. report, was invaded by a horde of
w down this way. germs on his feet from an unsan- :
armed men who looted and then set
o itary closet to jour home and spreads i i iI I fire to all the buildings. They are intend this sale to be a sale

The mediators are having trouble it on your food, or,he takes it to the' J. L. Dean is unpacking the stockof said to have been assisted by the

selecting the proper man to succeed bakery where you get your bread, or ;' drugs for his new pharmacy on Turkish police. of sales-a sale that will long be
East Church street. His show
cases
Huerta as president of Mexico. Evi the soda fount where drink. The inhabitants, most of whom are
you i
and counters have not arrived '
yet remebered in thehistory of Or-
dently Bob Holly has not filed his application Greeks, fled leaving their property
Orlando is ,
by no means free from ,I but he has nux vomica, powderedalum
t being busily engaged in accepting j behind them, and 3,800 of them have
the other flies and as a consequence we are not soothing syrup, Carter's ink, lando for its marvelous price
numerous presiden
reached Saloniki. They declare that
t I
R cies that have been tendered him dur- free from typhoid, the wonder being hair brushes and other druggists'merchandise the bodies of the massacred people
values its unparalleled assort-
all in one mad riot from ,
ing the past few weeks. that the cases are not much more were thrown into wells.
the front entrance to the prescription -
o numerous. In the hope that it will case. Jack Carter is assistingin I The refugees, many of whom were I ments and its extraordinary

!. Our vessels must pay for using our drive home to the people of Orlando the hilarity and thinking of whata ;suffering from wounds, were in a

canal, although' our party said in its and to civic bodies the necessity of fine place it would be for a soda state of starvation on their arrival. completenes. '

platform that they shouldn't.Tampa I
co-operation in the destruction of the fountain if there was more room. I
Tribune. i Eat what you want
fly it might be well to mention that j Eat all want.
Don't despair. There is time for W. D. Nelson, general manager for you
I' in ,the vicinity of Orlando Take a postscript and forget it.
the president to change his mind twoor one bakery :
the Canal Packet line, plying between For sale by all durggists.
three times between now and next ,there are no less than eight unsanitary ",Jacksonville and Daytona and points l-7-d&w-lyr
March, and he has the knack of -
persuading toilets. I further south, writes to George F.
t' to change with him. : Sentinel "wants" fill wants.MltlttlltMIIIIMMMM9l.
congress Just let that soak in and see if Crouch, local manager of the company I your
o that have been
arrangements
YOU are not interested in the fly destruction I
When Jacksonville captured the I made for the building of two new
_ campaign. Let the Civic preparation for this sale has
r customs headquarters from Tampa ,
boats which will put the line in excellent -
Congressman Sparkman is reportedto League and other organizations, asr r condition for the winter business T. F. HOURfflAN THE a study with us for weekswe

have prophesied that ultimately well as every citizen of Orlando, give i i' and insure the best of service. have drawn upon

Tampa would lose its postoffice and the authorities hearty co-operation in i| The new boats are in their construc- Licensed Plumber and every center of the Textile
'' be placed on a rural route out of Sanitary Engineer
tion to be adapted to these waters.
their work for a more healthful city. J world in order that this sale should be
'\ Jacksonville. That prophecy has not They are to be 160 feet in length and Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
true but the Tribune I Promptly Attended to. as complete and as representative as
yet come complains 30 foot beam and are to be ready for
that a citizen of Galveston, Up to date painting, papering, etc.,J delivery October 1. They will cost PHONE 6z9 ever possible Embroideries from France

r Texas, is to get the appointment as it is?the That's kind you easy want, phone Where 636. to W.get T.1 1 I $45,000 each, and will be constructedfor Io6 Court Street and Switzerland, Laces from France, Germany -

postmaster. Entrican. 120tfT. both freight and passenger traf Austria, England, Malta and Ire-
o i fic. The new boats will be five feet ORLANDO, FLORIDA
j
land-Crepes from England and France
k After winning out for clerk of the S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone J, shorter and four feet wider than the f-zl-lm ,

court of record of Escambia countyin 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf| Swan.-Daytona Gazette News. MlllillllllillMMHMMBATHING Silks from Japan, Italy, Switzerland,

the recent primary, Angus M. Mc- France and England, Linens from Scotland

Millan failed to file his statement of and Ireland-and our domestic
own
within ten 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111",1, ,111",11,1 .
' campaign excenses days Fabrics from the foremost mills in the
after the primary, as required by
law, and now the law says his name CAPS JUST RECEIVED States. And the net result is an aggre-

can not be printed on the ballot' for gation of fabrics and values, positively

the November election. Its tough to
From! Rubber manufacturers. Prices SOc, 75c and $1.00. All colors. unprecedented.
lose after you have won, and no doubt

Mr.appeal McMillan to the courts.will make a fight and MCELROY'S PHARMACY 31 IN DRUGS mRS pnONf[ 20 ,

o SPECIAL !
There are some excellent provisionsin
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the Bryan primary law and the
An Added FeatureOne
elimination of the second primarymay

be one of them, though we fail MIIIMM ''MIMMt 11111 III Ii 11111 III It-
item of colored goods will
to see it,that way. Certainly second
choice voting was a flat failure and. be put on sale each day duringthe
.
the result in a great many instances sale-at such a price that

} was plurality nominations, and plu-
rality rule is against all Democratic we'll assure prompt clearance.

doctrine and precedent Under the ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES Don't miss it-

old primary law in the second pri-

mary principles were clearly defined Commencement Day-an important event in the

and the matter of personal choice or lives of young people should receive some fitting markof

preference was satisfied with a first appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

primary vote. Looking backward into occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

Florida political history, since the Jewelry? Remember the Opening

primary method of nominations was

inaugurated, a number of instancescome DIAMONDS AND WATCHES Day Wednesday June 17
to mind where the result would 9 ,

have been different had it not been We direct the attention of relatives and friends to

for the second primary campaign the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

where issues were clearly drawn and store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

est novelties to the Exquisite Gift of Beautiful Diamond N
there was no room for confusion. a OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs
Broward would never have been gov- or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -

ernor had the Bryan primary law and assortment. a great help to our out-of town customers -

been in force in 1904, but he would f A visit to our stote will be appreciated and involvesno ; make use of it whenever you can. Sam-

have gone to the senate in 1908 instead obligation to buy. ples or information! cheerfully given. We prepay -

of Fletcher. Senator Bryan all charges.

himself would not today be representing Write for one of our illustrated mail order

Florida at Washington under the catalogs. We invite comparison of values.DIOKSON'IYES ...

law of his own making. Mr. Blount r

had a tremendous lead over the junior I
senator in the first primary and it is

absurd to assume that second choice

votes would in that instance have expressed -

the will of the majority of I K O [ CO.
the Democrats of Florida, as shown

by the second primary, and sent Mr. T.HvanstheJeweler H

Bryan to the senate. The second

primary was expensive to the candi- .

dates only, and while their pocket i DEPARTMENTAL STORE
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OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
books are entitled to sympathy we

hope to see the second primary restored -
Orange Ave., Orlando's Favorite Shopping placeTHE
with proper safeguards against
EXPERT REPAIRING AND I
corruption, because only then will we ENGRAVING

return to majority rule in Florida -
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WADE 1 d Bf B BUILT IN SAFORII O
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ORLANDO, FLA. SSGiBUYS iIill! i i I I
sy Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
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Parties Well Known in Orlando Ar e
I Admission 5 cents I V Vd
Interested in Celery City "

Huntsville Mr. T. H., Ala.Wilson left yesterday for I, gallDODallDCDallDGDallDCDallDG0TODAYTWO REEL FEATURE EnterpriseThe "Gel I It! HI t in s

AND SELLS
:Mr. A. J. Willis, of Oakland, was I Imp. "Love or a Throne." Pro following from the Sanfon

on our streets yesterday.Miss duced in Berlin by Herbert Brenon, Herald of yesterday afternoon wil 1 .. .
REAL ESTATE with W. M. Shay and Leah Baird. interest Orlando, because with an at '' -
: Maggie Hart, of Orlando, is I Joker. Comedy, "Mike and Jakeas
the guest of Mrs. T. A. NeaL-Sanford Pugilists." This is another one of tractive tourist hotel in Sanford mor e I
those good comedies. Don't miss it. tourists will be attracted to this sec
Herald. i
L1 Gift
600 acres south of Winter tion of the state, and naturally Or; That I
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:Mrs. H. E. Frost, of Vermont, is lando will reap some of the benefits
Garden and west of TAX DODGING ON A BIG SCALE
visiting Mrs. Samuel Happersett, of Our Sanford Development Corpo

this city. Gotha, including 10 acre law ration seems to have closed its dea 1 You have no trouble in selectingthat
When the income tax was enacted
L W. in a firm and decisive manner, for
Mr. J. H. Sadler and Mr. The
orange grove. entire last September, its author, Rep Birthday, Wedding or An.
Tilden in from Oakland ever silencing "doubting Thomases'who
came yesterday tract covered with resentative Hull, estimated that it
for the have seemed to discourage it,
day. would apply to 425,000 persons and niversary Present at our store.
j yellow pine timber. Two and amply rewarding its warmer I
Hon. L C. Massey and Mr. Victor par
i yield during the first period, ten
tisans. The presidency of the cor. We have a complete line .of ,
DeLand miles of lake shore.
Starbuck were in yesterdayon months not less than $82,000,000.
,
is to Mr. E.
legal business. Treasury experts later reduced the poration given George Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or D
4-23-im D
Montgomery, who became associate!1.
J. Earl Vick has resumed his dutiesin amount of revenue expected to $54,-
with Mr. Walter S. Adams and Mrs.. plated) and the newest ideas in
the postoffice after enjoying a 000,000.It .
I
IIIMMMMIMIMMIIM Ellison Adams in the month oflarc1
well earned vacation.Mr. issuedat cut
from a statement glass.
J' appears and whose able handling of the whol : J. T. Hendricks leaves that the assessment
today Washington
ALLIGATOR CHASES SWANS IN matter has proven him to be the on e A look before you buy will ,
for a few weeks business trip down LAKE EOLA now practically complete, payment best fitted for the position.The .

near the Econlockhatchee creek. upon which must be made on or before following article is copied fron pay you.Allen.

:Mr. T. M. Dozier, general agent of Noting the strange actions of the June 30, aggregates only $30- the Times of Louisville, Ky., Satur,

the S. A. L, was up from Tampa swans on Lake Eola late Monday afternoon ;'750,000. Secretary McAdoo's intimation day evening, June 13th:

yesterday on a short business trip. Arthur Butt and several others that "many persons liable to the Walter S. Adams of Louisville an<

Mrs. H. Kanner and two children made an investigation and discovered tax have failed to make returns and eastern Kentucky capitalists are in In & Co.
others have made inaccurate ,
and Miss Celia Solomon left yesterday a young alligator about three that many terested and the Falls City Construe
returns" is based A
for New York city to spend the feet long attempting to procure a obviously upon tion company of Louisville, will like] Jewelers

summer. meal off the two black swans. Mr. ,knowledge. land a $200,000 building constructor: ii

Miss Rose O'Berry, of Kissimmee, Butt hastily secured his shotgun and I i The law carries severe penaltiesfor contract as a consequence of th these lapses. For mere neglect Prompt Repairing.
; who has been ;the guest of Miss killed the 'gator launching of a Florida land develop
I there may be fines as high as $1,000.
4L ment project this week involving th
Blanche Barnes at No. 1 Gould street, Everything Guaranteed.
For wilful refusal to make returns and
returns home today.Mr. Mrs. J. H. McCulloch and daughter, expenditure of more than half a mil
for deliberate falsifications, assess lion dollars. A former Louisville
Miss Ruth leave tomorrow for girlMrs.
: Donald Cheney leaves today pointsin ments made by the collector may be
.
Adams
Edith Ellison of Nev\
for Boston. Mr. Cheney will spend Pennsylvania. They expect to be ,
doubled and prison sentences
may York ctiy, a sister of Lady Patty Elli

several weeks visiting friends and I motor to Jacksonville and ship the .
imposed.If
Ross promoted the project.It .
son
from there. Mr. McCullochwill ,
touring the New England states. car on up it becomes necessary to adopt
was Mrs. Adams who enlistee
Mrs. W. E. and accompany them as far as Jack- for the collection of
Young
daughters, drastic measures
osnville. Walter Adams of Louisville, in th
Ruth and Elizabeth, and Miss Mattie this tax, the original theory as to the organization of the plan. The two Ih neD
mo:
f Young left yesterday for Daytona, Murray S. King, the well known cost, which was $1,200,000 a year, it may be said, are in no way related = n'

where they will spend the week. architect, and Cliff Hannae, the con will have to be sharply revised. In Mr. Adams became vice-president ol.
tractor both of Orlando, were in the incomes have .. ,0111111)11,11.1,1".1.1.1111.1...
Britain where
Great
:Marcus Floyd, one of the tellers in the, new $300,000 Sanford Development .
the State Bank, is spending his vacation city yesterday calling on the trade been assessed at high rates for many Corporation and will divide his
and looking after some of the new and where the revenue derived 3/ ptfllnpfllml
baseball
i playing instead of rears time between Louisville and Sanford; pJPttr.
[fighting mosquitoes at the seashore. buildings that are expected in San- from that source is much larger than I Fla., having offices in both cities.

:Miss Lily Bell Stevens left yesterday ford.-Sanford Herald. has been contemplated here, cases of I Judge M. J. Moss, of Pineville, becomes
for Arcadia where she Mr. E. R. Hotaling left last nightat neglect and fraud have been few. I of the
morning secretary and treasurer
will spend some time as the guest of midnight for Jacksonville, wherehe I ,Before reaching any conclusions as new corporation. He represents capitalists :

her uncle, Judge W. D. Bell, and fam- goes to see Mrs. Hotaling, who I jto the reasons for the disappointing I of the eastern Kentucky coalfields Butter l'l! Butter rl! Butler !

ily. was taken ill there yesterday. Mrs. {'results of income taxation in this including interests in Chatta :

Hotaling left here Monday for Jack country, more time must be given for .
Tenn. Mrs. Adams, who
Misses Eliza Wright, Elizabeth nooga, promoted
:Miller, and Dora Lewter went downto sonville by way of Clyde Line from the experiment. The tax was new the deal, is a sister of Charles ; Fox River Creamery Butter. :
Sanford and expected to sail yesterday -I' and the methods of its collection were .
St. Petersburg yesterday to attend and Rudy Ellison of Louisville.The Cold Seal Butter.
at noon for New York city, but confusing. Payment at the source Creamery
the state convention of the Ep- Louisville and Kentucky interests
i worth League.W. was prevented by being taken suddenly -I was not generally required for 1913, unite with Tennessee and New Purity Brand Sugar Butter. I
i1LFriends and it is Beech-Nut Peanut Butter. I
as it will be hereafter, probable York in from the
I capital taking over
H. Wooten, of Orlando,
representing of Mr. W. T. Jamieson will that thousands of people have Holden estate in Florida 1,295 city Beardsley Peanut Butter.
'
the
r Hamilton Ohio Mosler Safe in the company, of be glad to know that he is going to I awaited notices which will be forthcoming lots in Sanford, a little city of 6,000 Dromedary Date Nut Butter.
was city
local yes make Orlando his home. He has accepted in the future in ever increasing inhabitants at the head of deep water I
terday calling on the trade.-
Sanford Herald. the position of local express I I number. navigation in central Florida; 526 I
agent and came from Tampa a Owing to the farcical nature of
up I I acres in Robinson Springs, near San
Mrs. H. K. Brokaw and little few days ago to take charge. Mr. I!i personal property taxation, the government ford; an interest in the 8,000 acres of I THE SANITARY GROCERY

daughter, :Miss Fern, returned to Jamieson is a former resident of Orlando I adopted the income tax withno the Astor land grant on Lake Monroe
their home in Daytona yesterday after been here definite knowledge of the individuals -
having agent
express Fla.; an interest in 4,000 acres CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
spending some time in this cityas
twelve years ago. The public, esp possessing large resources. on the St. Johns river, 40 miles from
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. the merchants will Through its supervision of corporations
cially appreciate Sanford; twenty-seven celery farmsof 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Brokaw.C. having such a good agent with us and and banks it will soon have the 5 and 10 acres, and a 400-room hotel

E. Brodwater, of Orlando, was one who will be able to simplify mat- name and address of every man and near Sanford.

in the city yesterday calling upon the ters during the holiday and rush seasons ,'woman whose income may even remotely This hotel is a frame structure and CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

trade. He is now district agent for when it is sometimes most impossible | suggest the possibility of a will be replaced by a $200,000 brick

the Home Insurance company, and to get any satisfaction. tax.A hotel of 200 rooms, for the construction ; FUNERAL DESIGNSHMillBIIIMHilHIIItlMllllillliilllllllllilliim,

expects to make this territory often. As everybody talks about the hot I,' year from now we shall be in a of which the new corporation is

-Sanford Herald. weather and dust, we feel it our duty i I position to judge much more accurately now negotiating with the Falls City

Mrs. A. L Briggs and daughter, to mention the cool breezes and the I,, the attitude of the people toward Construction company of Louisville.The .

Miss Mabel Briggs, have closed the glorious rains that fell last night. ; the tax, the character of the op hotel company wlil be separately 8m LAKE K KNDRAINAGE'CANAL[[ [f D [I i.III..I..I..II.IIIII'
and the additional
position to it
doors of Eola Cottage and left .
-r yes Though we could stand a great deal ,: incorporated at $200,000.The

terday for Tocanee, N. C., to spenda more, we are all thankful for what ),measures required, if any, to make it property of the corporation in PLANNED iShoe Repairing

while. They will visit different resorts has fallen and realize the great good, Vas effective. Tax dodging on the scale Florida was purchased of the Holden

before returning home in the well as the comfort derived. indicated by the first year's returnscan estate, the owner of which was killed I by PARCEL POST
not be tolerated by a governmentthat ;
I some time ago in an automobile, acci- The Largest Canal Yet Constructedin
fallMr.
A Bi
and Mrs. Go. Keller, of Orlando Pass-a-Grille, the miniature Coney: is accustomed to obedience. Ina dent. It lies around the little city of the Everglades Will Empty I

were in the city yesterday. Island of St. Petersburg, is undergoing I political way the Wilson administration Sanford, which Mr. Adams states has Into St. Lucie Inlet Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc
and Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75eChildren's
its wise
j can not permit
Mr. Keller has a fine orange grove a great number of improvementsand grown 2,000 population since the taking
shift of the Half Soles, sOc to
to some 75C
near Altamonte and comes down not the least among them is some just purpose of the last census. Sanford is West Palm Beach, Fla., June 16.-
of Hand Turned Soles "I.00
from the shoulders
every week to look it over and also brick paving which is being done I public burdens building a $150,000 sea wall and mak- The latest news in the big drainageof
to see his Sanford friends.-Sanford there. I,those least able to bear them to be ing ambitious plans for the future. the Everglades scheme comes from Heels Repaired, 2c

Herald. defeated by "neglect" and "falsifica G. E. Montgomery of New York be- State Engineer Elliott, who has been All work returned in 24 hours.
tion." New York World. I Ordfs without remittance returned -
Eat what you want comes president of the new corpora- busy lately at and near Miami.It C. O. D. We pay

The best and quicket 25c lunch is Eat all you want. tion, which has already started to was to the effect that two bids return postage.
at the Model. The proof is in eating. Take a postscript and forget it. !. CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand consummate its development plans. have already been received by the I
For sale by all druggists. roses. J. M. Caruthers.
Get the habit. 17-6t l-7-d&w-lyr 683tMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM trustees of the Internal Improvemnt i A. Hanson
TALKING OUT LOUDIt fund on the big canal recommendedby
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\ \\\\ is indeed very pleasant to go to between Lake Okeechobee and the St. |1, ORLANDO FIORIDAHillMimMMMM t

a good picture show and sit quietly Lucie inlet and developments now f ..
and watch the pictures. It is not point to the beginning of work onj I

tUCRTODAY only quieting to the nerves, but restful this large waterway in the not far

to the mind and body as well. distant future. j I
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The fact that the lunatic asylums are The canal is to be built for the :

using moving pictures for treatmentof purpose, according to the drainage

their patients, means that the effect engineer, of caring for the overflowout For SaleOR

upon the mind must be'ery of Lake Okeechobee and to this ,

wonderful. The silent drama is wonderful end it will traverse the shortest possible -*
"Caught in the Rain, a one reel Keystone. no doubt, but to go to the route to the Atlantic ocean, I'

picture show and have somebody sit which is by way of the St. Lucie inlet! j:

"Strategy Ot Conductor 786," a cne reel Thanhouser comedy. behind you that persists in readingthe It will have a bottom width of 200 ; EXCHANGEFive

explanation' of the picture out feet with a depth of 12 feet, which ;

"Different Man," a one reel Majestic. loud, or to have some one reading to not only is it believed will give practical -;j Room House, built

a small child in a loud voice, takes means of regulating the height : of cement blocks 24x36,

away half the pleasure and preventsthe of water in the lake, but also form I
"Brothers All a one reel Excelsior. Cartright shingles, two
one in front of you from being one of the most important waterwaysfrom I

able to understand it himself. You a commercial standpoint, in the I lots 100x150, some young

| ; That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away should think about the pleasure of state. I peach, orange and grapefruit

i ; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. others as well as yourself and have The state engineer also stated that I trees. Driven well
I a little regard for those around you the I. I. board are negotiating for j

at least. Sometimes we do these the sale of $1,500,000 worth of the ; :200:! feet.

Thursday--- Lillie Langtry In "His Neighbor's Wife." ,little things without thinking, but we drainage bonds at an exceptionally : Address

I!feel sure that if you will only stop good figure, which money will be used j

i I First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents and. give it a thought, or sometimesbe for the purpose of completing the Box 424
the persons sitting in front, you canals now in course of construction, ,

\ will promise never to do it again. which is good news for us here as it
; ; ; Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accom- MOVIE FAN. assures us our canaL Kissimmee, Florida

panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket. 68imitIMMttlllMHtlllttMt
Buy your garden seed from DeLaney Read the Morning Sentinel. Price

.- & t"'I !!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! " \ & Abernethy.of fresh Just seed.received 3-13-tf a 10 cents a week. i
r +.HMtUHiliHllltttttllimillilliliilt| 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII big shipment

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SIDELIGHTS ON MEXICO TAFT NOTES ,DO THE PLANETS AFFECT THE '
WEATHER I Jviimber, Laths: and Shingles
Taft, June 15.-Our people in this I

r6 fs (By a Veteran) vicinity are very indignant over the .

D. C. June "' One of our correspondents wishesus
Washington, 16.- < proposed cutting out and abandoinga
believe that it was Napoleon who part of the brick road south of to tell him through the News Let

p said, "An Army Travels on its Belly." Taft. This road (if it can be called ter whether the positions of the NAIR LUMBER COMPANY.

The greatest commander of history a road) is the most traveled and the planets have any affect on the weath- ,

put the grub wagon ahead of the rifleas worst piece of road in Orange coun- ,er.A

a fighting weapon. ty, and is a blot on the fair name few people strongly assert that

Since Napoleon overran Europe of the county. Civic pride should they do, while many others, like our ORLANDO

there have been enormous advancesin prompt the building of the road to correspondent, have their doubts, but

the art of feeding an army in the the south county line, to say nothingof are willing to be "shown." Those,

the for it the fulfill- however, who have given the subject
' field. Recently I visited a large army necessity or
t encampment and from a commissary ment of the promises given when we careful attention are confident that

officer obtained some interesting facts. voted for the final bond issue. The none of the planets, nor even the Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimePEOPLE'S
moon, ever has any appreciable effect -
for it
to necessity no intelligent person
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Sixty seventy-five men bake for
; a division of troops, 20,000 men, and will question, who is familiar with on the weather. I.. I MMMMMMMHMMMHIIIHmORLANDO
/! As a matter of fact all weather
under the facts and next we demand and WANE
except extraordinary conditions
they produce fine bread. They if possible, will have honesty and fair changes depend ultimately upon tem-
constitute
I "field play. If we are unable to obtain perature differences. The temperature
a bakery.,
this in Orange county, we prefer to as we know, constitutes of itselfa MUNNIMAKERS
= The field bakery comprises 12 field
cast our lot with Osceola county, as most important weather factor. Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale Fer
ovens, large affairs so lightly built Another and equally important Rent, ete.. for this column. 25c for one day .
Seminole county was driven out on 59c for three .
days or ILOO for one week for
that they can be readily transported weather factor is rainfall. But to 25 words
" the north. This would leave a nice tor lees Money must accerapany
on horse or auto trucks. the advertisement fer this column,
obtain rain it is first to u no
necessary
little which be
strip might named insertions will be made on credit. :
s, The product is called "field bread." Orlando county, but we hope better .evaporate water from the surface of I

It is palatable enough, although hard. judgment may prevail and the road the earth, and this, as everyone FOR SALE

It remains good for twenty days. The completed to 'the Osceola county line, knows, requires heat. Still another Nursery stock; one, two, three and Water & Light Co.

baking is done in a slow oven and the as was at first promised, contem 'important weather factor is the direction four year old buds; Foster Early,

bread contains little water. The loavesare plated and surveyed.Mrs. and force of the wind, and I Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-

aranged in the pans so as to Alderman, Mrs. C. A. Tomp- ]this, too, requires heat for the winds ington Navel. Address Mrs. :M.Kahla:
eliminate "kissing" surfaces. The will not blow unless the Apopfca, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf,
kins and Mrs. S. S. Bowman are all temperatureis !!
loaves are entirely covered with slowly recovering from recent sick- different at one place from what it t Electrici tv
crust. Just before the loaves are I is at another, any more than the air FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare --- v

baked they are punctured allowingthe ness.Mr.. W. T. Riley, who has been suf- 'will draw up a chimney when thereis hauled bargain and; recently made good completely as new in over every I

heat to get inside. The resulting j fering for a long time with spinal no fire in it. part guaranteed first class con

bread is very solid and may be t trouble was taken violently ill and Since then the heating of different dition; must be sold at once, even at Gas Water Ice

piled like pig iron. i insane June 7 two parts of the earth and its atmosphereto sacrifice. Come, or address, White'
requiring strong Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. '
s) But this field bread is only one men night and day to care for him. different temperatures is the real 4-23-tf

item in the soldier's fare. If we At the present time he is more quiet i cause of the winds and of all weather

I should invade Mexico with half a and preceptibly growing weaker. He changes it follows that the moon and ; ORANGE miles from GROVE Orlando.FOR SALE-Two Part of the I Officej-No. 18 West Central Ave.

million men we would require every is considered in a critical condition.W. [the planets can effect the weatheronly old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. Mark

day: bacon, 262,500 pounds; field A. Sevis was a business caller so far as they supply heat. White,.Ocoee, Fla. 6-6d&wlmo.

c bread 500,000 pounds; sugar, 100,000 in Orlando Saturday. i Now, according to accurate meas- AN EXPERT automobile mechanic,

pounds; desicated vegetables (potatoes Herbert Price was itransacting I I urement, made with the most delicate driver or salesman, 10 years expe- Telephone No. 6
instruments, the amount of heat rience desires position. Familiar with )
b and onions) 57,000; coffee business in Orlando on last :Mon
: '(roasted and sent to the earth by all the planetsjand all types of motors. Address. R. G. B.rt
, ground) 40,000 pounds; Route 2, Box 49, Orlando.
beans 75,000 pounds; tomatoes 50-, day.Very interesting flag day and chil also by the moon is insignificant

F 000; jam, 33,750 pounds; vinegar, 5-, dren'> day exercises were held at the in comparison to the amount that FOR RENT I.
000 gallons salt 20,000 pounds with comes from the sun. Hence we could
; ; pepper chapel Sunday evening, singing,
f 1,250 pounds. j addresses, recitations, etc., and everything .not expect either the planets or the FOR RENT-Two office spaces i in
moon appreciably to affect the our store at No. 9 W. Church street ,,111".11..11.1..1.11,1.11111..1. ,444
Of course this is only a sample day passed off very pleasantly, each Come in and we will show you. Pierce I
and our commissary officers would one, as usual, doing their parts nice- 'weather. They do not supply enough Electric Co. 3-29-tf l-I

try to vary the dietary as much as .ly. "Old Glory" was floating from heat, the one thing that causes all To the West and Northwest
weather TO RENT-Some I
changes. desirable
our modern
very
possible. They would try to buy numerous residences and poles all the
To most people the above houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
'
day. ..... reasoning -VIA-
fresh meat and vegetables from th .... ) : 1- I I 4-26..tt
.- may sem quite sufficient and conclusive
zh
people of the country through which ,: June 16 : 'FOR '" .
but there is still another RENT-Six room house, in first
I and DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
they were marching. But if nothing W. T. Riley, whose sickness was class condition. No. 210 N. Orange ,
entirely different method of
could be'so procured it would take mentioned yesterday, died last eve testingthe avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or
whole question. We can observe lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITEDDIXIE
fifty freight cars, or 214 army wag ning. He is survived by his wife,
ons to transport this days food. Thsupplies Minnie, his father, two brothers and the positions of the planets and the FOR RENT-To
kind of weather each desirable tenant 7 Dixie
during
positionand
have a total net weight of one sister, who resides at Chestor, room bungalow, corner East Pine Li SOUTH ATLANTIC LlMlTED "

i 1,300,000 pounds. Pa. His remains will be taken north see whether the same sort of and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad- .Orlando. A. C. L..12:31am :Fber.1 Orlando ........................ aaapmt
weather .....................
always comes when the planets shaw. 610lwMISCELLANEOUS Jacksonville A. C. 1..... 6 45 am : r JacksonYl1e 1:30 pm
This would be an average of two tonight, accompanied by his sorrowing in the J Jacksonville A. C. L... ,:3hm 8:%5 pm y Jacluonvillq A. C. I. .,......... 8:11 pm
are same position. This A. C. L .............
i widow, to his former home at y Waycrou, A. C. L.1150am 10Z5pm v Waycrou. .10:20pmI
and thre fourths pounds to a soldier. kind of examination has often been I r Macon. G. S. &: F....... 5:13pm 4:1hm r Macon G. S. A: F. .............. 1:46am
! Rations are often much more concen Chester, Pa., for burial. r Atlanta C. of Ca....... 8:03pm '1:25am r Atlanta, C. of Ca. .............. '1'Zam tl
Mr. Riley .44 of He made, both for the planets and for I r Kno ville. I.. &: N. .............12lIpm
trated. Colonel Raude, a famous was years age. the moon, but not the slightest influence BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO I r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:1hm 11:55 am r Corbin I. A N. ................ 1:16pm
i ,strategist, wrote recently: was among the first settlers of Taft, PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall r Nashville. N. C. &: SL I. 4:50am 4:30 pm r Louisville I. &: N. .............. 9:00 pms

' 'I have myself lived coming here in 1910 and was one of f of either upon our weather has variety at $1.25 per thousand. Bart'Choice IAr I SL Loma I. C. & L &: N. 2:50 pm 'I:20 am r lndiaoaplis. "a. L ............ 1:60am
on rations of ever ben found. banana plants ........ ..
'our most citizens at lOc. apiece, ---- -- Ar Lezingtost I. &: N 6:50 pm
mixed meat and vegetables of which respected readyat To sum : We have or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good !I lor Hopkiasrille L N........... &:%1 pm Ar Giacinaati. L &; N. ............. 8:50 vm
up reasonto
eight days' supply weighed only one all times to respond to any calls every time to set either. The Bear's Head 'IAr Evansville I. 1\ N..... 9:28am 9:2pm; Kr alaaazoo, G. R. A: I. ..........lUpm
that for help from the needy, and his deathis believe that neither the planets or Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. Terre Haute, C. &: E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am !..Grand: ..Rapids. G. R. &: L....... 2:45pm
pound, so a single mule could the have .... ..... ......
a loss that is felt by the entire moon can any appreciable 6-4-d6t-wlt IA Chicago C. I E. L. 6:50pm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four .. 1:15am
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carry a day's ration for a war effect on the weather, because theyfurnish
strength batilion or a single community. He was an earnest, YOUR PRINTING LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
wagon, little heat which
so upon all]
faithful Christion and worker'in
loading up two tons could transport willing weather changes Solid train, composed of lection drawing Solid train composed of electric lighted
r ultimately depend, oom sleeping cars observation compartment
a 32,000 rations or enough for a cavalry the cause of the Master. and this belief is fully Look through your desk and see if are and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
supported by
division of Mrs. Riley wishes to express her there is not some stationery of which Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
2,000 sabres, for nearly i
weather records. between Jacksonville and St. Louis.
grateful thanks to all the people of you are in need. If there is, phone i ar .Jacksonville. Louisville and Indianapolis;
fortnight"Brigadier
: a Taft who so willingly responded with The belief still to be found in all us at 24 and we will call, get your j DIXIE FLYERi through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
General Henry G. Sharpecommissary countries that the planets and the order and do the work promptly and Solid train, carrying electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
sympathy and assistance, in helping, I artment, observation sleepers, and electlieI
general of the United at the lowest price consistent Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Monday
moon do affect the weather, never with ighted section drawing-room sleepers first*
States ,both day and night to care for her Hh{ grade work. It will receive I and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear
army, recently called an armya l had our : lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear t
scientific
husband any basis whatever; ; Geit attention. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
in his violent illness. Theirkindness Sentinel, Court street. erves meals a la carte.
"city flung down suddenly in the it is only a remnant of the many I -
will be
country, each day moving, each day never forgotten. superstitions generated and fosteredby Tomato, Egg plant I I "S' 4.CKC.7&: ,-FCTLHXN Ki:' ERVATIO.NS A>U IMOKMATION. WRITE OR 10703
requiring fresh alterations of the ar The deep sympathy of the entire that other and greater superstition at F. F. Button's Sanford, Pepper Fla.Crates, !i' W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. .

r rangements by which food is con community north.goes with her on her sad astrologXews letter from 519tf. I: Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando
journey -
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.m veyed sumer."from the producer to the con If you hear of any spare showers, the Department. of Agriculture. tti'IIIII\\\\\\' : :: : : ; -\,-\\\ \\ \\\\\\\\\tttttt'lellll..IIOllr.I.\\\\\\\ ., r

thunder storms rain of kind
The or any
main


'i j American States country Officers army supply would of operating be depots the in the Comissary in for United a foreign an that water down anyone Taft"here has needs for to this spare rains"covered, and please lots with sendit o fit under Gulfport's will way be completed and$15,000 expectations hotel in good''s now are time that well for Irs TIME TO TAKE[ UP TUE[ N HOUSE[


x it before we will be "covered with the coming winter season. Sis; California _
service
would purchase food here i ia in i
water." style bungalows are to be


t,a to bids the spatched the open and depots this to market the food whence army or would by it in a must be the system delivered field.be de of chanical to supply kneading power to trooghs.operate the me erected seperate for the as houses.use a part of those of the who hotel may property wish- f FURNISHING R I 1)QUESTION) [ IN R REAL[ l



The army in the field has a base Our armies in Mexico will be un

of operations to which the food supplied der strict orders to pay for all sup WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES _

3 flows from the main plies taken from the natives. This
suply de AND DO ALL KINDS OF E.A.E TEST:
pots. This line of communicationis was done in the Mexican War of
OPTICAL
very important. It must be guarded 1846-47, but the Mexican response to REPAIRING

if necessary, by large bodies of humane and civilized treatment was Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

troops, for if it is cut the army is far from satisfactory. President delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
Polk said in his to Congress

message
likely to starve become
, or demoral I of December 7,1847: "After the pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

ized.When the army advances a series of lapse of a few months and it became in every sense of the word. ,

intermediate depots are established.As .apparentthat mild treatment had
far failed to produce the desired effect MMMIIMMMItimililllllllllMllimtM .
toward the
front as is considered DR. L H.
RAMSDELt
. safe the advance upon the Mexican population. While +f
of thehrodin CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Plan enables
\ Payment you
the had been conducted OPTOMETRIST ;
dered safe, the advance depot is set war on ourpart

I up. Here the flow of supplies throughthe according to the most humane (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukin) | I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
and liberal observed
line of communication from the principles by

' main depots by way of the base of civilized nations, it was waged in afar ORLANDO, FLORIDA j I clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

operations, is received and distrib different spirit on the part of

uted. Wagons, automobiles or mules Mexico. Not appreciating our for e- j feature to you

b takes the food bearance, the :Mexican people generally -
directly to the different LICE? 1"'III'IIIII"'I"IO'I' RIIIt11III"111111111111111111111.
became hostile the United
; bodies of to
troops in trenches
The lice question is quickly'settled
States and availed themselves of
' lying in skirmish line or wherever every if you dust )ow fouls ithConkers

, else they are assigned from momentto opportunity to commit the most Lice Powder

4 moment. savage excesses upon our troops.Large .
numbers of the took It's safe quick and sure.\
The line of communication is in population Saves jour poultry profits because it Kincaid l Snowden

absolute control of a single officer, up arms and engaging in guerilla Kills the ceDoesn't s
who is subject only to the commander warfare robbed and murdered in the
of the In most cruel manner individual soldiersor Harm Chickens
army. theory troops
Pnce 25 etna 50 tents and sunFor
is carry enough rations to last them small parties, who accident or other the times that Me n the cracU by
' had from the day and prey on dudra at night sprayour Ai Fa Furniture of Characterat
causes
seperated
several days and distributions of new > poultry bouse-uh Cn.ke,i
rations are made every night. In main body of our army. Bands of Conkey's Lice Liquid

"s guerilleros and robbers infested theroads Cleans them out thoroughly
the
practice chief onIJ0.
commissary officer etna,haW gallon 60 cents,
:= with the army is often put to his harrassed our trains and For the deadly bead bust use Popular Prices.........

wit's end. These days the best commissary whenever it was in their power, cutoff CONKEY'S OINTMENT HEAD LICE R:

} officer is the one who is the our supplies. Effective and dorwt harm d kki 10 '
and 25 cent. Money back 4 these Orlando Florida ?
Cor. Main and Pine Sts.
k, ,
most ingenius in using railroad lines. preparation do MX linsfy.TtMC.LCoQkrrU.CIndua.OlM j ,
Locomotives move the field bakeries Cow Peas at F. F. Button's, San- "
ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
wherever possible and are even made 519tf. P. F. LAUBACH ''I 1111.11.1.11111.J'III..III.IIIII.III.I.IIIIIII.I.I.I..Jff" '11'1'! 11t4
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; OPEN FOR BUSINESS
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Is the Coolest Place OrlandoWe
::i: in


have a fine Chef and serve the best
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE -PASSENGER TOURING CAR'FULLY
EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town.

Condensed SpecificationsWheel

base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00.
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;

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

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

V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:

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

tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.
.
J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors

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THE KIND,OF SETTLERSTHE ,, ,, iiuMMUiillMMMIIilMIIMMIIfelTHE

SOUTH NEEDS. $ HARf BARGAIN r II


The farmer who thinks he can come MARKET
the J. C .HOWELL -IN A-
to Florida and spend his days at .

corner grocery or whittling sticks on 3.5, and by appointment .
his back piazza,had better stay away, charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room : Of Cleanliness Of Quality
for Florida is no place for him. connections .

When the pioneers went to the far Orange and Central Ayes House.
FRESH AND SALT
west and settled up those great plains MEATS
--
and arid deserts they had not only
class Brazing a specialty at, FISH AND GAME
the climatic conditions to fighttheyhad Only four and half
Repair Shop o' Court St one
also the red men and the des- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
perado. But in spite of this, alone on I blocks from the post

those great ranches, out in the mining ,.. ,...,.,......... office East Side. A Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
regions, on the deserts, they foughtfor and pure.
life, the generations to come TAMPA:7 *
of fruit. We
variety
JUST OPENED are
-and won the fight. We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Such conditions have never prevailed going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Llne.The .
in Florida as have prevailed in the Tickets POPE'S

[west. Here we have no blizzards, no Trains. erty and have put the e

deserts the,warpath no alkali, no wastes greasers, no, Indianson no des- other points.For COUNTER) price at only $2350. PARLOR MARKET

.
peradoes.This ORDERS ALL HOURS Reasonable terms.
country is as fertile as the H. M. Self & Co.
west and as many paying crops may on or write

be raised if the same attention is W. R. TRY OUR Cooper Atha I PINE STREET
paid to agriculture as is paid to it
in the west.Unfortunatcly. W. FOUNTAIN
Florida has for so 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Flow Phone No. 80IIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIlllllllHllltllll
DAY AND NIGHT
long been looked upon as the Land Y. R. Phone No. 311
of Plenty, exploited as the Place of & BUTT PROPS. Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
Golden Opportunity, vaunted as the ger Agent,;

Garden spot of the universe, that men vision 31 VV. CHURCH ST.

have to look real work in .,...
come upon I I ...,." " ,.... ..iiniilllllliilllliillli
Florida as a sort of hold-up game. --
They seem to think that the goddesswho

holds the Horn.of Plenty should :

spill the-fruits of the soil at their r
f dIC3OODAIIY
feet, and hand them Good Fortuneon tIt\ BETWEEN 1. SLEMON

a Golden Platter. ., ,
The fact of the matter is that the BUffALO

farmer in Florida has got to work : IEVELAND

just as the farmer in the west or the

east, or any other place has got to New Goods Arriving Daily
6 work. Just as the business man has ;
got to work. Just as the professional -

man has got to work.
The sooner the theory is explodedthat THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length
I the farmer who comes to Florida 500 teed breadth 93 feet. rT' Greater in cart larger ill all proportion*-richer ill all tppointmrnli -Ihin any learner oa
has got an easy job, the better DWuI water of the world. In aernce June ISth. (
for Florida. Magnificent Steamers"SFJ+ANDBEE.""City of Erie: and"City of Buffalo"
We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND Dec. "
No man's job is an easy job or -May ht to i tj

else it is not a man's job. Work Lora Arrive Buffalo Cleveland. 900P.M.7 JO A.M. Arrive Lea.Cleveland Buffab . 900P.M.7JOA.M. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
that is not child's play. The (Euiern Standard Time)
pays CooiHctianiatQeTClandfarf ,- ...Toledo.DetmitendanpointaTatandSomh.at.Railro dticket. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
merchant works night and day. So .
reading betweea B.ffale.ad Cleveland are good for transportation oar Iteamcl'loAak
does jour ticket agent for tickets via C.&B.Line. Trite in for handsome flluttnted booklet free. Pants and Overalls .
does the successful lawyer. So made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland O.
the successful doctor or the success-
ful man in any profession.It & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
I.
is a business proposition, justas
any other business.
The man who works on a small .

i scale, will probably get as good liv-
W. M. SLEMONS
ing here*as anywhere in the world, in

i any other business in the world, on I In

a small scale. URANGE AVENUEIMIMIIfllMHU
The man who puts energy, intelli-

gence, money and time into his work, An ., wiJiE4 ' ., 1.1.111II
will reap a golden harvest.It
is like most other things in this

world. You have to put something " '
in, before you can take anything out.
Let Escambia try to get settlers, ; _- "'=!!' MIIMI minimimiiS fl WI 1L1 I Co oi muumimmmmme
but while making the effort, let us y I [ () ; :: :

r endeavor to see that they are settlers 1I11I.Ut.llll.
who want to farm, not farmers who I ,1.1"1.1.111.SUMMER .
Low Round Trip RatesFROM
want to settle. -Pensacola Journal. 1


Up in Orange county they are St.Lets $37.75 Client JACKSONVILLE. $43.50 Cbcissati $33.00 COOKING .
snickering over the efforts of a Dmer 5I.CO St.rail 56.75 Ltumlla 31.50
green CsUrsisSprings. MO Dslots 61.50 KwirilU 21.40Sak S
court officer in the newly organized Lake Carr 71.60 Winnipeg 76.75 [Ennmlla 3125
county of Seminole to find "Duces i YcQowstoMPartitas' .. .. lOUD 78.H Twrato. .. .. 4J.JO 5545 *..Jidi.Mp.fijMtstrul Fntch Lick .. .. J6.M 35.20 How do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitchen -
. .
51.58 Toledo 41.111Loa
Seattle 106.00 PetMkty
Tecum. A writ of that characterwas
handed to the new oficer, and Atf ties lCt.. .. 89.59 8J.50 MtckiMC Buffalo! >> .. *.5300 47.49 Detroit CktBtaiquNtn .. -.. 43.50SIIFn.C 47.40 hot and stuffy with a dirty wood or coal range, or do you
Glacier Park 8175 Fe!n!, .47.40 Mammoth Can 30.90
he mistook the title of the paper for 1J / Low rates to other points in Colorado.California.Canada.Minne have a clean, cool and comfortable Gas Range?
the name of the person upon whomit I sots Michigan,the Great Lakes and Rocky Mounta Dlo Proportionally
i low rates from other points in the State.
was to be served. he
Accordingly
_
II i Tickets on sale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct 31.
searched high and low for "Mr. Du % VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT We are offering some great reductions during June and
ces Tecum," making a trip to a remote j' "' LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.
part of the county and particularly Iq p I Going through St.Louis returning through Chicago would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for you.
or vice versa Liberal top-overs on all tickets.
searching among Greek fruit '
'_ %; TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST three
stands and other haunts of "furri-
choice of three different
through train daily
I
ners" until he was finally set right 1 I I routes.

by a pitying friend. Such a mistake '4-I i'r 1 Three daily trains to the southwest through New
could not happen in Polk county t ;-i f Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. Orlando Water & Light Company
I i d I Rock LaHut. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated
where we have frequent lectures by I I booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleeping
car reservations and other information address,
Vox Populi, and are on terms of familiarity -
H. C. BRETKEY v Gas Department
with the ,
Tnindamus,
thej
Florida PattcBgcr Ascot.WWatBtvStml.
nunc tern and other fearful terms lEI
of legal.pro phrasing.-Lakeland Telepgram. I ,,I) ; I JACKSONYILU.FLL, i,.IIuflliHssIIIeecHHsonsusIeuiIuHuuHsnI\\sHuIt.\\ h.t.i



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IE SAFE I. (Continued from page 1) I
4"ON" stad was off the starboard bow of I
'
DEPOSITBOXES the Empress, and according to the
rules of the sea the Canadian Pacific
y liner was bound to keep out of her
"' INVESTING SMALL AMOUNTS AT 4 PERCENT way.

x INTEREST I I Emphasis may also be laid on the
fact that the faster vessel, the Em-
7 press, was going downstream and the
I Storstad coming : As to events
{ need for up.
Suppose you have $100 you will not
i following the collision the representatives -
six months. How can you invest it safely, have I '
for the Storstad will offer testimony -
y it earn 4 per cent interest and then be able to i I to show that the collier heard

i get the principal the day you need it? the cries of the drowning and whistled I

Bring your money to the State Bank of Or- (I I received repeatedly no reply to the and Empress immediately but .,.: '" ;- A iVMIaictelyFact(( ;( I(

lando. We will issue one of our Certficates of
lowered boats to engage in the workof
Deposit for any amount you have to deposit, pay .
.. rescue. The government has sub-
you 4 per cent interest, pay you the principal poenaed between sixty and seventy I ; )
!
:- any day after three months. witnesses and the inquiry is expectedto !:
be in session at least a week.
:; The State Bank of OrlandoFAILED Among the witnesses will be Capt.

H. G. Kendall of the Empress, First I that each setting sun, Brings us nearer the end. '
Officer E. Jones, Chief Engineer W.
Sampson, Lookout J. Carroll and When your days arc ended, v/hat about your .
about twenty-five members of the loved ones?

crew.
For the Storstad there will be Capt. Today is yoiws! L et it not close \yiUlout

Thos. Anderson, First Officer Turft- ." making a start,toward placin3 your hollle on a : :'

TO FILE STATEMENTAND U. S. EXPLOITING POOR NICARAGUA ness, Second Officer Einar Reinert, : business basis, and fovidillZ your loved ones :. '
Third Officer Jacob Sachs, Chief En- .
: LOSES OFFICE : 'with a systematic plan for their maintenance. '.. '
Third
L.
Engineer
gineer Syvertsen
: nOw and \twcaftcr.
Washington, June 16.-Charges ,Jacob Lundquist, who was on watchat :
Pensacola, Fla., June 16.-Angus r that the United States kept its ma- the time of the accident, and be-
"
LlJt l ) It] is
1 Its l 1easllre to
i cpyou.II a
sorvc
M. McMillan, nominated in the primary rines in Nicaragua to influence the tween thirty and forty others. It is ; : :: ; you.
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} of two weeks ago for clerk of recent presidential ,election and that possible also that Mrs. Anderson, ; !
.f. has failed to file ... ,,. \ ...'
the court of records I I the state department has been im- wife of the captain, may be called "
his statement of expenses within ten ;:properly aiding American banker besides a number of the Empress' .. .. .
days after the primary, and therefore I(were contained in a resolution intro- passengers whom the Storstad coun- ... { t"i: ;
is barred under the provisions of the .,duced ,today by Senator Smith of sel are said to have in reserve but

new primary law and corrupt Michigan. The resolution was referred who have not yet been subpoenaed. c .. -'. -' -- .- -i; ., t
tices acts. Mr. McMillan prac-I I to the senate foreign relations Examination of witnesses was in ? _

thought the limit was twenty committee.The charge of Edmund L Newcombe, K.
i and therefore had not prepared his resolution declares the state C., deputy minister of justice. The '
r statement, and when he presented it I I department, through its control of Canadian Pacific railroad, owners of ,0 F 1 ;: [ hi ,ID Mw 0"[ I ;

#t to the clerk of the circuit court today I J Nicaraguan customs has forced the the Empress, placed its case in the .

the latter declined receive it, say-1 I republic to redeem at par $6,250,000 care of Butler Aspinall, K. C., Lon-

ing that the law did not authorizehim of bonds issued by Zelaya, later re- don, England, and several local law- ., __
to do so. The law is'very strict, I+pudiated and bought in at about 25 yers. Counsel for Captain Kendall r-: '::-:" :':i:::.::; '\;l"l:: : : : : : ; : : >; :-:;.:.=?t: :\:'\:' '1
and says failure either wilfully or",per cent. of their face value by Brown and the officers and crew of the Em- .. ..
through negligence automatically removes -I I Brothers and Seligman & Co., Amer- press were Aime Geoffrion, K. C.,

the name of the nominee from i I I lican bankers interested in Nicaraguan Montreal, and A. C. M. Thompson, on board, but it was now placed at COUNTS SON ASKS PARDON OF impersonating an officer of the United

the general election ballot and makes ,j financiering."The I Quebec. 1,014 with 463 saved. ( PRESIDENT WILSON I States department of justice, by
it a penalty for the board of countyk sole beneficiaries of the fraud i The Storstad's owners relied on C. '
Mr. Newcombe declared the natureof which be obtained $150 from
k commissioners to place the name of upon a friendly republic," says the A. Dudes, Montreal; J. W. Griffin I means
} such nominee on the ballot and pro- resolution, "were the Brown Brothers, and C. S. Haigh, New York, both the damage to the Empress could Austin, Tex., June 16.-Gustaf I a San Antonio citizen. He was sentenced
not be proved. Divers were unable
hibits the governor issuing a com- Seligman & Co. and Speyer & Co., members of the United States ad- Engholm, alias G. E. C. Holland- to a term of three years.
to ascertain her condition, she
mission to such party. It is not and their allies." miralty, Norman Beecher, New York, as was I Hamilton, today wrote a letter to The convicted man is a son of
her side in the mud. Neither
t known what will be done. Mr. Mc The resolution also charges that and Arthur Fitzpatrick, Quebec.Mr. lying on the Swedish minister at Washington, Count Engholm, a graduate of Cam- .
of the
i Millan was opposed in the primary the Nicaraguan National railway was Newcombe opened by outliningthe question pilotage nor proximity and to his mother, Countess Engholmof bridge university. He has fought in 7
to the land involved, he said
; election by Thomas A. Johnson, and sold much below its value to the salient features of the foundering was Sweden, appealing to them to do wars all over the world. His last detail
C under '''ordinary circumstances he .bankers and that the last election in of the Empress. It had been very only regulations for preventing collisions what they could to get President Wil- was as a member of the staff of
; would be declared the nominee. Nicaragua was "intentionally influ-I difficult, he said, for the Canadian at sea apply to the case. son to pardon him. He is a prisonerat Gen. Villa in Mexico. He was in the

i. enced" by the presence of the United Pacific railroad to obtain accurate figures the federal penitentiary at Leav- battle of Torreon and formerly was
If you want your bicycle fixed in States troops in violation of the of the death list on account of If your paper is not delivered enworth, Kas., having been convictedin on Madero's staff. He speaks seven
a hurry. take it to Warman's 12-5-tf.RepairShop. treaty with Nicaragua. I I the number of European foreigners promptly, don't fail to notify the office. Austin last week on the charge of languages.

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we will put on a great 3c sale. Every 3rd yard goes for 3c. No matter what the price is. We offer our im-


mense line of yard goods, which includes everything sold by the yard on the first floor, all our Silks, Woolens,


Dress Goods, Cotton Goods, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Trimmings, in fact, everything sold by the


yard. No matter what the price, we give you the 3rd yard for 3c. In fact, every 3rd yard goes for 3c. Thisis


a 3 sale for 3 days; we sell every 3rd yard for 3 cents.


Just think of it! if you want a piece of goods worth $5.00. the third yard will only cost you 3c. Now


what do you think of that? We have done many things, have given the people of Orlando many bargains, but :


this beats them all. But we are alive ; we are determined to make what used


to be a dull summer a live one. We must keep our selling force together, for 3

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