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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 18, 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, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 19U. NUMBER 109.


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LASALLE STREET SAVINGS I G GOOD D BAll GAME IS PROMISE[D I -
DR. Y YOUNG'S [
E. B. WRITES AN OPEN AMERICAN ENVOYS NOW RECOMMENDATIONS[ VILLA RENOUNCES ALL AL-

BANK FINANCE VICTIM METHODS OF HIGH FOR THIS f 1[ LETTER TO THE CITY AWAIT FURTHER IN. !i Will BECARRIEO E [ OUT LEGIANCE TO HIS FORMER .

HEALTH OFFICEROF STRUCTIONS FROMWASHINGTON CHIEF

Winter Park Team ORLANDO
C inns[ WILL FOLLOW at Fair City Will Improve Conditions in the I:
Vicinity of Its Water FOURTEEN I
I REBEL[ [ GENERALS JOIN HIM

CONDITIONS INfXCUSABlE E FEDERALS AND REBELS CAN'T AGREE Supply -
REVELATION OF HOW BIG BANK
The Winter Park j REBEL MILITARY HERO DECLARES -
!i WAS BLED TO DEATH BY UNSECURED The recommendations of Dr. C. T.
this afternoon to YS SENTINEL CORRESPOND- FACTIONAL STRIFE SET ABOVE liE WILL MARCH OX
LOANS TO COMPANIES Young of the state health
office, relative
boys at the fair WHO ENDORSES EDITO- PATRIOTISM AND DESIRE FEDERALS AND INVITES CAR-
IN WHICH LORIMER WAS I J' be to the further safeguarding of
can
I game RIAL ANENT THE FLY FOR PEACE AND MEDIATION I\ RANZA TO JOIN HIM IN SUBORDINATE -
INTERESTED has been defeating the city's water supply, will be car-
IN YESTERDAY'S APPEARS TO \ CAPACITYBy
in and about this
ried out as soon as possible, according -
Orlando will line SENTINEL HAVE FAILED I
Springfield, III, June 17.-(Spe to Commissioner Clark Robert-
ciaL-Ex-Senator William Lorimer the following order: I ( II. H. Stanbury)
son, under whose control all matters
and his C. B. pitching, Gore on of the Sentinel: Niagara Falls Ont. Laredo Tex. June 17.
partner, Munday, will I June 17.-On -(Special)
1I be 'prosecuted criminally for looting ond, Porter at short, just read your article entitled word from Washington depends the I relative to the water plant comes. -General Pancho Villa has not only

the LaSalle Street Trust and Savings i and Crabb, Floyd, the Deadly Fly," and agree next move in the mediation. Justice Dr. Young recommended that the
r bank and number of probably starting off heartily with the injunction Lamar and Frederick 'I.city acquire the watershed of LakeJ J resigned as military commander of
Lehmann
ti a correspondent I early 'n' . .. __ __ ___
banks. The game will be stated; but why not go down today telegraphed to the capital a mgniana in order that an possibilityof the constitutionalist forces, but he

Ft A petition for the appointment of p. m., and the the root of the fly propaganda, 2,000 word report of their conference,: pollution from surface drainagemay has openly renounced allegiance to

a receiver for the defunct institutionwill 25 cents. Can you I instead of, as it were, cutting off yesterday at Buffalo with Rafael Zu- I: be avoided. He further recom- Constitutionalist Chief Carranza.
ter amusement on a leaves, hew down the tree and. mended I that all logs and muck along
= be filed in the circuit court of baran and Luis Cabrera, authorized Fourteen of Villa's generals have
' Cook county tomorrow, and the receiver -I noon for one-fourth the fly business out entirely! I representatives of Carranza. I I':the shore line and in some sectionsof taken the
about the that "he the bed be removed and sand same step.
fly
t: will prepare the record on say car- A general feeling here that the'' or
the germs on his feet from an J gravel substituted, and that the flow This means that Mexico is hover-
which the prosecution will be based. United States possibly inaugurate '
The receiver will begin an investigation PROGRAM Of [S A closet to your home and a distinct change of may policy has- of surface water from the street on ing on the brink of another revolu-

with Record Bank Examiner i it on your food or takes it been produced by the uncompromising 1 the west side and from the right of tion. According to students of the

Hakin. j I DAYTONA [A H bakery where you get your attitude of Messrs. Zubaran and- way of the S. A. L. railway should be situation Villa's army consists of
to the soda fountain where j intercepted by an embankment
or
or
Indications are that the noot of the Cabrera
dispatches telling of friction
30,000 troops, infantry, cavalry and
I' drink. Still further wall.
LaSalle Street institution alone I you say between Generals Carranza and Villa
Four Amateur the vicinity of Orlando bak I. j artillery. Carranza, upon whom
one Commissioner
Robertson
I amounts to over two million dollars. reports of a rupture in Sonora between doubts the
Bank Examiner Hakin's report reveals i Under Auspices there are no less than eight un Governor Maytorena and General :advisability i of the log and muck removal I Washington has been leaning heavily,

"loans" made by Lorimer and mobile closets." Obregon and news of constitutionalist at this time, owing to the low I I I is left with but a few effective pieces

Mnuday to companies which they unsanitary closet is absolutely reverses on land and sea. I stage. of water and possibility of stirring I lof artillery and a force probably no
controlled and to employes which totaled excuse. There is no need of up the water too much. It is a
? Emilio Rabasa head of the I than Villa's.The .
:Mr. L B. Fort, Huerta greater
o over two millions. closet being in an unsanitary question yet to be determined whether
As security for these loans the Orlando and if it is unsanitary, it delegates, said today that he and his | or not the cost of the improvements split between the two rebel
has furnished the associates would do
Munday and Lorimer left the bank open advertisement of lazy, everything inj in line with Dr. Young's recommendations leaders became definite when Carran-
I following information their power to prevent a break in ne I
personal notes, notes and bonds of automobile races to filthy, careless, lawless, gotiations.The will fall upon the city za's representative wired Villa urging

tottering corporations and other col. tona Beach July 4th, characteristics on the part 0 Ir upon the water company under him to withdraw his resignation.Villa .
''latml which is thought to have little users and owners, and nothing delegates declined to t their contract with the city.
r } value. pices of the Orlando ,I of a most stringent law in- divulge what they had learned in''j in his reply, which also carried
: Dr. Young suggested that a bacteriological
I sociation: I fine and imprisonment, should Buffalo from Rafael Zubaran and ,' the signatures of fourteen generalswho
The time of the examination of the water
1 I i enforced till such charac Luis Cabrera, personal representatives have disavowed loyalty to all

flORIDA GROWERS AND SHIPPERS[ upon nounced tide later.conditions All j I do not endanger the health of Carranza, but spoke of the I(at method regular for intervals determination is an of approved sewage but Villa, informed Carranza that he
i, lives of the community. If there conference as "clarifying and valua i
f'be pollution of water supplies. no longer recognized him as commander _
strictly amateur, ble.
lEAGUE GROWING health officer in town let him in The constitutionalists had explained I
amateur drivers will in chief and that he would
J I' these closets and haul up the with emphasis that a prominent ,
j All entries must be to such a standard of; constitutionalist alone would be continue the campaign aganist the
with : !ANOIHfR C CRASH H BY BIG OCEAN
together entry accepted by them for the
Locals Organized During the Past that we shall not be s o presidency. enemy independent of Carranza, but
: communications ; as at present with ty The Huerta envoys insist they never if the latter desired it his
forces
} Few at Fellsmere Redland [ I
Days STEAMERS[
requests for germs. will accept a constitutionalist. It i is I '
and Kissimmee I addressed to Mr. L B. might follow Villa's troops and ren-
expected that when Minister Naon of
1."F. Kellogg, of the Battle Cree : -
Garage, Orlando, I Argentina returns here der them any aid Carranza saw fit to
r has said in my hearing on Friday
Three local associations of the I All Florida cars are when typhoid fever breaks out:, there will be a full conference to de: J Kaiser Wilhelm and British Steamer give.Private
races and entries I termine whether in view of the disagreement Incemore in Crash-
1
Florida Growers & Shippers League body or bodies ought to be hung advices from Saltillo tonight -

have been organized during the last following races will I We send officers the mediation proceedings Both Safe state that, the situation is un-
I Race 1 Mile
Mr. with the 1st who kills another but should be continued.
few days. Tenny met I a man ,
start. changed and Villa has made a ranch
growers at Fellsmere, and a very ing Entry ; |I results of an unkept closet; The Huerta delegates think the London, Eng., June 17.-The North
silver near Parra his headquarters wherehe
active association was the result of prize, cup. | ( epidemic of typhoid with all itsj break between Villa and Carranza German-Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wil ,
2nd Race 5 Miles ; ;
the meeting. At the present time, j and death) go without inves should persuade the United States to>I helm II., which sailed from; Southampton refuses to see anybody. Villa of-

there are something over twenty free for silver all. Entry ; I'! or punishment. When will agree to the selection of a neutral for'I I, for New York by
members connected with this local, prize 3rd, Race-5 cup.Miles, wake up from its "Rip Van provisional president. They say the! j] Cherbourg, put into Spit Head today cause his officers refused to go to the
but with the interest that has been I''car' (I sleep? Heavens! In this new administration would soon crush after a collision with another vessel aid of General Natera in the Battleof
manifest there it is predicted that al- fully equipped sanitation, with all that has the constitutionalists because a rec I thick
windshield. Entry during a fog. Zacatecas when he attacked the
most every grower in the Fellsmeresection j i ; discovered and tried as disin ognized government could get arms
will soon be a member of the : prize, silver cup. and germicides, to have eight and financial aid without difficulty. federals there without orders to do
League. j j'i 4th Race-20 Mile closets within the reach Was the Incemore so from Villa. Genera Natera has

The largest local league that has for Orlando Orlando bakery is absolutely Spit Head, Eng., June .-The recently been appointed by Carranzaas

yet been established was formed at 'at for one each hundred Fourth of Sewerage and flushed FEDERAL SYMrAIHllfRS[ SHOT 6 Y steamer Incemore, from Liverpool for head of the central division of the
Redland, in south Dade county, at a can be unsanitary, if not kept Southampton, reports having been in
meeting on Thursday, June 4th. Six-winning same three and wholesome, and of course REBELS AT TAMPICO O collision with the North German- army. This division is to lead the

ty-si :' members have joined already, !,will keep the cup; free closets are to be desired Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wilhelm II. advance upon Mexico City. This ap-

.and,'the,officers have asked for fifty 'fee ten dollars; prize, the open closets; but where The bows of the Incemore were badly pointment placed Villa as subordinateto

,additional membership applications. ciation cup. closets are still necessary they, Federal Commander of Police and His damaged above the water line. Natera, which position Villa refused -

.The Redland association appointed a be kept sanitary and odorless I The
THE Assistant Executed Following extent of the damage to thei to accept, and which resultedin
/ committee, to assist Mr. Stirling and I can direct you to such Kaiser Wilhelm II. has not yet been the break.
the'league in its eradication work of It is well deodorized with Trial by Military Court I i ascertained.
Florida Local
thejcitrus canker. The league is also : of lime and the receptacle,
and
'about to undertake a campaign to Thursday emptied, cleaned at the same Tampico, Mex., June 16.-(Delayed
BONDS AWAIT SIGNATURE OF KENTUCKY[ WHIT[ JURY fiNDS
keep out certain diseases that are and sprinkled with chloride of by censor.)-(Special)-After a dramatic

now known to prevail at Key West. BASEBALL and whenever used the contents trial lasting five days a military TRUSTEE HENDRICKS VERDICT[ I f FOR NEGROES R [S

Any community is very fortunate covered. Now, chloride of court today brought in a verdictof

that can get as wide awake an association National is cheap-far cheaper than an guilty against Daniel Gonzales, The street paving bonds were all

established as they have at Philadelphia 5, St. of typhoid fever. I have federal commander of police, and his 1| ready for signature yesterday, but Louisville & Nashville Railroad Fined

Redland. Boston 8-7, Chicago in traversing the city assistant, Hermino Borreco. Both'I'were held up owing to the absenceof
for Not Giving Colored Passengers -
The third association was formed'Kissimmee Brooklyn 2, in contact with the odor of !, were sentenced to death and the sen- I bond trustee J. T. Hendricks, who I
J
at- at a meeting held on New York 5, closets everywhere. It :! tence immediately carried out by a';: is out of the city on business in the Better Accommodations '"

Saturday, the 13th. Some thirty ormore American is time somebody woke up, : firing squad. :vicinity of Lake Pickett. It is necessary -

truck, growers of that locality St. Louis 4, Boston spite of hot weather, and all t i I They were charged with murder inI' for Mr. Hendrick's signature to Hopkinsville, Ky., June 17.-(Special. -

were. present to hear Mr. Tenny out- Chicago 5, because of it, got right i! the first degree, and a number of other appear on the bonds and an effort .)-A jury of white men today

line the work of the league, and the Detroit 3, New York The city could better afford I 1: crimes, including forcibly impressing will be made to locate him. returned a verdict finding the Louisville

meeting resulted in the formation of Cleveland 7, of lime and service to rebel sympathizers into the federal I I I & Nashville railroad guilty on

,a very strong local association. There Federal of cleaning up these unsan : ranks. Chronic Huerta sympa- MANY APPLICANTS TO PRAC- an indictment charging them with
are about twenty members already j than to let this outrage ; thizers who have borne arms or I failure to provide suitable and adequate -
Chicago 3 Pittsburg
TICE MEDICINE IN FLORIDA
enrolled. I and bring menace on home, taken active part against the rebels I I accommodations for their colored
11
Ii Indianapolis ,
i St. Louis 1, Brooklyn and life. 1 are being given the same treatment, i i I passengers, under the separate
PENSION OFFICE EMPLOYES I Kansas City 1 avenue, on this block, every : one or two each day. : Palatka, Fla., June 17.-Many applications -j i coach law, and assessed a fine of $500.
LOSE JOBS i ] except one, has a flushed closet I for license to practice medicine ,Ilf the verdict is upheld by the court

Washington, June 17.-(Special.)- j! Southern I households. The one house POLICE CHIEFS SELECT CINCINNATI in the state of Florida will be I lof appeals, it promises to have an

Sixty employes were dropped from : Memphis-Chattanooga ," unsanitary closets is rented, :, OVER SAN FRANCISCO acted upon here today and tomorrow j important effect upon railroads in

the pension office rolls today by Commissioner I Atlanta 1, Nashville I the property of a man who | ,:, by the state board of medical examiners i{ Kentucky and other states where

E. Saltzgaber in charge New Orleans 1, ) I afford a flushed closet, and 1 Grand Rapids, Mich., June 17. which convened here this I' "Jim Crow" laws are in effect by

of that bureau. The axe fell upon : Birmingham 4, sewerage is in, should cer- 1 (Special.)-Cincinnati was selectedfor morning. More than fifty applicants j i forcing the railroads to give colored

every grade of employes and every Atlantic II IIouth have one. The condition and i ii next year's convention city by had been enrolled to undergo the ex- passengers better accommodations.

division. The commissioner gave the :: Savannah 9, Augusta i this one closet is a deadly the International Association of amination before the board meeting I I

failure of congress to make adequate i i Macon 6, Jacksonville I to this block. The odor of it 'I Chiefs of Police at their closing ses- opened and before adjournment it is 1 A fine line of 50 bound books just

appropriations as the reason- for the Charleston 2, i to turn one's stomach sion today, after a hot fight with San I expected that the number will have received. Call and look them over.

wholesale dismissals. Albany 3, Columbus (Continued on page 8.) Francisco. been greatly increased. Curtis & O'Nealr
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s It is to be wished that some mat- Washington, D. C., June 17.-The road and New Lucerne hotel, pairof I

ters "involving human rights" were Postoffice Department has stopped eye glasses in dark red leather .llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllll OIII111111111111111.

$ not so much mixed up in the Southas I saving postage stamps and its $100- case, marked Gall and Lembke, 5 E.
to require elucidation to not a few. 000 collection' has been moved to the 42nd St. N. Y. Above reward will

3 h; in the north. And it is to be further National Museum. It includes American be paid on return of glasses to New THE

wished that civilization"is not so conj stamps and many valuable for- Lucerne hotel. 6171t. GRAND THEATER

tradictorily conditioned in parts of eign stamps. It is now being classified -'

several southern states, Oklahoma, according to nationality, date and We insure your life and loan you ,
Arkansas and Florida, for instance, as denomination by J. B. Leavey and T. money on real estate at 6 per cent
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
to be hard of differtiation. T. Belote, experts. As a collectionis Fla.
Curry, Building, Tampa,
1 Every once in a while "mobs" or is exceeded. by that of the British 325d&wtfDR. COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN I _
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segments of uncivilized populationsin Museum only.Perhaps i t

those commonwealths, resort to the most interesting spec- A. WHITMAN mnMtHiiiiiMiiiiiiiitimtimiiiimiiiiimmMiiiitMim"The
i "lynching bees" under the hue and imens is the British stamp of 1840,

4 cry that some accused or suspected 'which is nearly as large as the ordi- : ENTlSTk TODAY

'Y 1. negroes have wronged or attempted J nary envelope of today, while its en-

to wrong white girls or white women graving is altogether grotesque. The East End Charleston Block, up-stairs

in a way the white race will not British portion of the collection includes I Doctor's Trust," a Biograph drama.

"stand. They result in atrocities that I practically all the stamps ever
I
are indefensible and indescribable. issued by that government

They are as much deploed where they Among the American issues is the DR. F. C. BOARDMAN "Putting One Over an Edison comedy.

occur as they are denounced at a Franklin "carrier stamp" of'the for- II DENTISTBoardman ,

distance, where they are merely read. ties. It is valued by philatelists at ,

Yet along with them in cases are $100.Another I Building "The Silver Snuit BOX," a Vitagraph drama.

facts not to be ignored. These facts very valuable and rare

bear no relation to "suffrage" what specimen is the "Type I" issue of Oflice Hours:
"
z ever. Neither negro desire to "vote"nor stamps issued in 1851. It is aboutone 830'to 12.-W: ) 1::.0 to 4:00: "The Coming) of Sophie's Mama, an Essanay com dy.

negro complaints of interferencewith inch square. It is very badly Telephone 540

their "voting" has anything to faded. It is quoted at $200. I

do with these cases at all. It is hard The market ,value of rare stampsis I You can't beat them. Always

x for impressionable and uniformedfolk governed by various conditions. A

up here to realize this. It is misprint in an issue may cause the

impossible for informed and candid price to soar. A recalled issue-re- giiMl 300 GOOD MUSIC.

5' folk down there not to realize it. called after a certain number of : ARTICLES

r The courts are open in every State stamps have been printed-will often $tt t i.
r1 1 ) 300
' for complaints as to wrongs against enhance the value of a single specimen. -
; suffrage. But to be wrongs there Any historic association con- .yt 1J l ILLUSTRATIONS CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.

y must be complaints. And to be com- nected with a stamp or with an issue

plaints there must be complainants.And may cause its value to amazingly increase -
FRIDAY...A Vitagraph Feature.
to be complainants they must within a few years. If stamp

be citizens of the states, and thence i I collecting ever fell into disfavor a lot Popular Mechanics

4 suits must come from state courts to of fortunes in postage stamps Magazine .III.II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIlilt.. MHmtMMTf
reach federal courts on allegationsthat throughout the world would vanish. "WaiTTCN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" tQ.. .. I.V'llllllllllllllllllllllltlllllltllllillleOII1111" IIIIII'lell 14ff41Hf1f ll'II' "
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GREAT Continued Story of the WorM't
state courts have unjustly discriminated A
which begin i"l
Progress you may readingat
i against suitors. No such Official promises of another pros- any time, and which will hold your

allegations have been substantiated, perous year on the farms tends to I doubtless year interest of forever.the the most greatest.You wonderful world are living age the in of universe.the*hat best is MIIMHIIMMMMIIIIMIimMM: :::::i: iit; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1
confidence in the general in
t and endeavors to do so have been declared strengthen A resident of Mars would gladly pay-
:4 to be not established. The business outlook. The government : FOR ONE YEAR'S

United States supreme court has decided grain report this week made a splen-I $1UUv SUBSCRIPTION
to this magazinein order to keep informed of
this to be the law and fact, did exhibit-quite fulfilling expectations our progress m Engineering and Mechanics.
and in the of wheat Are you reading it? Two millions of your
and that court is the last recourse case assur-
neighbors are. and it is the favorite maga. Condensed of the
and that has the last word, and ance is given of the greatest yield zine in thousands of the best American report .
It
homes. appeals to all classes-old and 0
.. "there's an end on't. that this country has ever raised. young-men and women.
c increased wealth derived The "Shop Ii otea" Department (20( pane)
With the
They are sociological considerations I gives easy ways to da things-how to make BANK & TRUST CO.at
and there are other considerations from the soil the purchasing power of useful articles for home and shop,repairs,etc. ORLANDO .
Amateur Heclatuct"(10 pages)tells how to
s' which are mixed in (and up the agricultural community will be make Mission furniture,wireless outfits,boats
engines,magic,and all the things a boy loved!
with) these judicial considerations. enhanced, an enlarged railroad freight $1 JO PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES 15 CENTS
..2. There are objections to negro con- traffic is indicated by the bountiful WRI1 Ask TOUT R Ncndealer FREE SAMPLE to bow COPY jra on*TODAY or close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith

trol in property or policies wherever harvests, and, since funds here are in POP ..AR MECHANICS CO. 6427 Laws of Florida.
.t that race is in a majority of numbers abundant supply, no difficulty shouldbe 318 W.Washington St,CHICAGO Chapter .

or holds a balance of power This experienced in financing the mar-

t. is especially true in the South for keting of the crops. In regard to

.$ reasons that cannot be mistaken. the monetary situation, much signif-

: There are no objections to "negro icance has atached to recent develop-

suffrage, where the number of negroes ments; gold is still being withdrawn RESOURCES LIABILITIESLoans

is not politically large, or from this center in substantial vol- Are you a Won; ? i < *

i. where their voting is amenable to ume without exerting any material Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 $100,000.00
the same inducements as those which effect upon rates for accommodation.Dunn's .
Review. 6t7.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 31,121.37
y' whites relatively of their class are Overdrafts -

? liable, or even where they can be 26018.33 585,497.65 .
Stocks and Bonds Deposits -
7 trusted to vote with the dominant The citrus exchange at Umatillahas
party, as in Philadelphia. And built a new packing house witha Take Gar ui Real Estate, Fur. and Fixtures '26487.37 I Due to Danks and Bankers 8,378.97

where the colored people (of what- floor space 70x186 feet. Its entire Cash on Hand and Due from I
ever grade or shading) in states preeminently equipment will be installed by the -

white market their suffrage L. B. Skinner Manufacturing com- Banks 301,970.31 ,

c between parties there is liklihood of pany, a firm making machinery at liie( Woman's Tonic --

t' little political trouble on a State Dunedin, Fla. The Skinner company

scale on their account. ,also has a shipment of machinery on --4 Total $727,997.99 Total $727,997.99
of In localized spots in such States the way to Cuba. ----

z, there be conditions of white bar-
may
; barism or of negro savagery which Rubber Stamps made to order at fOB SALE AT ALl DRUG6STSF.! GEO. E. NOLAN
,
arouse emergent and preservative resources Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
' by the general body of civilized '
suffrage. These -instances Cashier.

: against either race, or against both, '"STARVING TO DEATH"Was

take care of themselves where they I

exhibit themselves. And these examples -

occur north as well as south.

Maine, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Mrs. Bell of Florida When _." 111"111111111"JMM J J J J J J J Jf JJJJJ UJJJJJf JW JJ J Jf J Jf Jl W i
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in Port Jervis, attest this, and the She Began Taking Peruna.

likeness of instinct of the white race .'IIIII'.I"IIII nmmtt||
in all sections is certified by this. "Yes, I was starving to death" we heard from her. December 1912,
said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce she was still a friend of Peruna. '
Nor should it be forgotten that Sale''
by Florida, Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrh For
x industry, orderliness, paid taxes and take Peruna. I could not eat any of the stomach see Ills of Life" sent
merited fiscal credit, particularly by thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, ri:
" useful education whites and blacksin soured on my stomach. My stomach Ohio.
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was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined .
all sections, find suffrage no difficulty acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8-room : I :
to them and no obstacle to was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the same
the recognition and protection of their doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat Catarrh of : : House 2 doors : 1
me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derange
civil rights. That many wise negroesin growing worse. the functions of these organs. The '
densely Mack regions of the I Was In Despair. stomach can no longer digest food. : west of Wyom- Just arrived car load i
South do not care to vote is their' The food lying in the stomach, even Bar-
In my despair I caught at every for a short time without digestion : ing Hotel. FORDS for immediate -
choice and nobody's fault. They
straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw Immediately sours. The souring produces -
would rather than not be saved from some account of Peruna. There was gas and irritation.a gain.
testimonial from woman who had delivery.Get .
a
the inroads of barbarous suffrage of Food Sours In the Stomach
been troubled much like myself. I i 2
their own race and they command the concluded to try Peruna. A portion of the undigested meal is
good will of dominating whites by I Wrote to Dr. Hartman.absorbed into the system by the blood L. Bentley yours now .
that preference. The interpeters and vessels of the stomach. This poisons ; A. ,
"At the same time I wrote to Dr.
the whole system, producing a condition
x advocates of Hampton, Tuskegee, Hart He pronounced my case now known as autointoxication; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE F. G. RUSH,
Port Calhoun and other sources, and catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning. The fermenting, irritating
I soon began taking Peruna. At it down into Phone 226
distributing centers of Southern ne- mass as passes 4IIIIIMIHH" "
Veil once I began to improve. After taking the bowels Irritates the bowels producing -
gro knowledge and uplift, under- half a bottle my stomach was so sometimes a chronic diarrhea
,, stand and realize this. improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the very opposite Mil Jk1Yd"WOOD
F It is better to know what is son I Began to Recover. constipation. "
than to what The average dyspepsia. medicine II TIME IS 'e
proclaim excitedly is Then this good housewife goes on SUMMER
the food.
artificially digest
believed to be, but is not known to to narrate in detail her rapid improvement helps to .
Even when such medicine does Its
, be so, especially when it is not so Bald "After and taking final two recovery.bottles of She Pework it is only temporary. A permanent FLY TIME
: at all relief can only be expected whento
: tuna 1 was strong enough to stand up Are those windows screen-
catarrh Is overcome.
bethe Iran -i
wash the dishes. When she
detach-
The contract for the erection of a taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. ed yet? Patented used on all
After she had taken five \ able hangers
pounds. The symptoms of catarrh of the
2
school in
new building Key West has need-
bottles of Peruna she weighed let stomach are: First, heartburn. Second screens. No ladder
s been awarded, the bid being a little pounds. She concludes by saying food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on I
over $26,000 and the extras that will that she is well Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavy ; when washing windows. I
run the cost up to about $30,000. It Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating Fifth. stomach

Work will start soon, and part of the The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth, pal- ; R.J.WALDRON
pitation of heart. Seventh poor digestion -
; work will be available for use by quotations were made was received Eighth and Builder
have dyspepsia. Contractor
January 29, 1901. In a later letter, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
brown. Ninth ,
October. written September 11, 1901, she says, tongue coated light
410 West Street potato slips at $1.75
of stomach. Hand'sCoal per 1,000.
tenderness over pit Wood $1.50 a strand up.
,
r "I sing the praises of Peruna far and Quick delivery Cash.
Apopka Plant
bear clothes
Who is your painter and decorator? near. It Is used a great deal in our Tenth around waist.cannot tight HUM i Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
vicinity. This seems to be a bad
If yon are satisfied keep the one you
{ who object to liquid medi*
i have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, place for catarrh. We have received People the Sentinel For the news
at read The
4-25-tf Job printing SentinelFACTS
obtain P runa TftblvU. 444 Auto Livery.
No. 636. 1-20-tf letters from her since. The last time cine can now Phone .
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THE SUPPRESSION OF NOISE PRESIDENTIAL HANDICAPS
A TRIBE OF TRAMPS.

Loud and discordant noises are ad- ; Taft and Wilson are Rated as Equalson Efrfte( '
East African Outcasts That Won't yr--on.
Wcrk and Will Steal. mittedly one of the evils of city life. i -r the Golf Links

While on a hunting eipfdition to It used to be thought that they were I I

British Eil Africa In quest:: or [,i< ture necessary evils and could not be sup- 7 t' The golfing handicaps announcedby : For
Any Kind of Letter File
of wild horses Paul J. Rainey diaivered pressed, but must be more or less patiently the Columbia Country Club, sug- a ,

that even among 8'1f11eIhere Is endured. But there has been gest in an interesting manner the relationship -;

-tribe which closely resembles our quit a material change in the popu- between sport and states- Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -

own "kniRhts of the road." They are lar ideas in that respect of late years, manship. President Wilson and ex-
the Wandorobo. They are found along in a file may save you several dol-
and it is now thought that many of President Taft are ranked togetheras
the Guaso Xyiro and Guaso Narok rivers
and are regarded as outcasts by the city noises are unnecessary, and medium good golfers, having a lars in money by keeping your receipts in

the other native tribes. would entail no loss if they were utterly handicap each of 16. They are accompanied -
easy reference or save than that
Uneeda BiscuitA may more
The Wandorobo most closely resem- silenced.A in this ranking by Senator

bles his American brother the tramp.In judge of a United States circuit clean nutri- Penrose, Representatives Prouty, in valuable time not to mention the annoy-
crisp
that he refuses to work. ne is a court of appeals has recently decided Shreve, Gillett, Townsend and Woods.A ,
hunter and is with tious food. For ance of unable to find the
exceedingly expert being
that a noise is not patentable. The few of the lawmakers are below paper you
the poisoned arrow, which he uses ex everybodyevery
manufacturer of particularly rau- them in handicap and therefore above wish
a just at the time need it.
clusively. A large club he carries is where. Fresh in the you
used to ward off and to scare wild cous and ear-splitting automobilehorn them in skill, but many of them are

beasts that may come too near. brought suit for infringementof moisture-proof pack regarded as requiring larger allow-

Although the Wandorobo has settlements his patent. In deciding againstthe age, 5 cents ances in order to have a fair chanceof W. S. BRANCH, I

in some places be wanders far .. plaintiff's right to recover the success in a tournament. Unfor-

from home and usually makes his,bed judge, among other things, said: "A tunately, the eminent naturalist who I
in the top of a tree to be safe from Tbe Arcade Book and Music Store
ratchet wheel revolving on the bot- has recently put a new river on the It
wild animals. lie is a notorious thief,
and whenever he approaches an encampment 'tom of a tin pan would produce a map has never taken to golf, other- t

the askari, or policeman somewhat similar result" Later in wise a line might be had upon him
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who is the only native permitted by the course of the same opinion he I in this same connection to effect amore .

the government to wear arm's watches said: "Why it was thought neces- I effective contrast between the r

the Wandorobo very carefully, for ,sary, with the musical notes of the 1'r participants in the triangular presi- Gore'fUNERAL
there is nothing too hot too heavyfor
or coach horn as guides, to mar the dential race in 1912. Colonel Roose- Hammond &
him to try to make off with.-Cbi-
cago Inter Ocem.CUTTING pleasure of automobiling and to shiner ZuZuThe vel'ts tennis handcap, however is

1 the ear with such discordant known. He gets none. He is the

sounds, the court has been unable to unbeatable wielder of the racket. At DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
THE BASES. funny little name
understand." least no one was ever known to beat --- -- -- --- -- -- --
of the famous
Mike Kelly Once Scored From Second We are inclined to think that the little him at the game as played at the REAL VALUES LOW PRICES i

Through the Pitcher's Box. learned judge rather misjudged the ginger snap that puts White House. If any rumors ever

Writing on "Take a dance Versus I purpose of the noise made by the automobile fresh "snap" and I got abroad that he was defeated, they COMPARE

Play It Safe"* in baseball In the American : horn. It is not, as we un "ginger" into jaded were malicious libels. Certainly no

Magazine. Hugh S. Fullerton tells derstand it, to charm the listeningear I appetites 5 cents. one looking for favors in that quar- OUR FURNITURE "

the following story about Mike Kelly, with the "melodious concord of ter had the nerve to smash his way
the great Chicago ball player of a
generation ago: ,sweet sound," but rather to call as through the Colonel's defense on the We provide the quality furniture that has long

"The chances Kelly took were the speedily and effectually as possiblethe court and take a match. It is an been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

marvels of his era. I have seen him attention of the pedestrian in unwritten law that the scores of the standard of merit. If an article is here it is good

again and again cut straight across peril to the fact that he is about to presidential games are never publish. It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

the diamond from first to third baseor !' be run over. ed, but evidently the handicapping this point too clear-it. is one of the foundation stonesof

from second to the home plate and A discordant sound is more start- committee of the Columbia Countryclub this business, and that means much to any buyer.
land In safety because the umpire failed
,ling than one that is more musical, has some inside information on
to see his reckless move.
"One day Kelly cut from first to :the "ratchet wheel revolving on the the subject, else it would not ventureto
McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
third on a slow infield bounder. lie bottom of the tin pan" would appearto make so definite a declaration of ,

ran past the umpire who was racing : be more effectual in attracting at- the relative merits of the present and Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

toward first screaming at him to tention or giving the alarm upon the past occupants of the white house as R

watch the play, and. swinging straight .approach of danger than would the GRAHAM CRACKERSThe players of the ancient game.-Wash- J
across, he tore for third. Gaffney i- -. ..
,dulcet notes of the flute.-Tampa ington Star.NEGRO '- -
called the mnner out at first and '
Times. natural sweet-
whirled Just In time to catch 'Kel' goIng
into third then called him out ness and nutrimentof KILLED AT JACKSONVILLE -
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Kelly walked to the empire, protestedan GENEVA the wheat are retained -

instant: then knowing Gaffney had The dry weather continues and giving thema

caught him in the act he remarked. seems to be doing a great deal of delightful flavor. Jacksonville, Fla., June 16.-One Will Put the Reins i !
AM right Mr. Umpire: I've never been
damage to the orange crop. 10 cents. unknown negro dead and Charlie Mason -
on these grounds before and didn'tknow
Rev. Hope filled his appointmenthere another negro, who lives at
which was second base. of Success in Your
"Two innings later be scored from Sunday, preaching two very interesting Buy biscuit baked by Twenty-first street and Myrtle ave-

second base through the pitcher's box and helpful sermons. nue, badly wounded, is the sum totalof

and was not seen." Miss Bobbie Nicholson has returned NATIONALBISCUIT a shooting affair which took placeat HandsHow

home, after a week's visit with Mason park at an early hour this

Curious Ear of the Catfish: friends in New Smyrna and Sanford. morning.
The catfish uses his lungs as an or- COMPANY ? By furnishing with : :
ti Mrs. K. W. Sieg accompanied by Peculiar circumstances surroundthe you
gan of hearing. The needless lung becomes
her mother has returned to her home Always look for that name affair. It seems that Deputy Fertilizer. Let
a closed sac filled with air and a perfect our representative : :
commonly known as the swim bladder.In here, after an extended Visit with rel- Sheriff Joyner was summoned to Mason -

the catfish as in the suckers. chubs atives in Americus. park to quell a disturbance goingon call on you. He will give you a : :

and most brook fish the air bladder is Miss Raymonda McLain, who has there and on his arrival disarmeda

large and is connected by a slender been attending school in Tallahassee, TilE SUPPLY OF BABIES negro of a Colt's automatic gun, formula that will make and mature : :

a tube, the remains of the tracheal to returned home last week. which he turned over to Mark Hanna,
the esophagus. At its front It fits I fruit.
closely to the vertebral column. The An ice cream supper was given by It has been computed that about a negro hack driver, to take care of your

anterior vertebrae are much enlarged. the ladies Woodmen Circle Friday' 36,000,000 babies are born into the while he was otherwise engaged in

twisted together, and through them evening at the town hall It was I world each year. The rate of produc- handling the disorderly situation.It .

passes a chain of bones which connects >vas greatly enjoyed by those present. is said that Hanna, while the
tion is therefore about
seventy
with the hidden cavity of the Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carpenter and' minute than for per deputy was busy quelling the trouble, Jppfilwpp Pn ; i imm
or more one
every
air. The bladder therefore assists the children of Osteen visited relatives the and it T f
beat of the clock. began examining gun was mlt r r
ear of the catfish as the tympanum bll.
\ and its bones assist the ear of the here Saturday and Sunday. With the one-a-second calculation accidentally discharged, one bullet ; ;

higher animals. An ear of this sort Harry and Ralph Geiger have returned every reader is familiar, but it is killing a negro and another shot
from Lake Okechobee where wounding Mason in the | ORLANDO Phones Office 32 Plant 31 FLORIDA
can carry little range of variety in not every one who stops .to calculate leg. : ; ;
sound. It the Im- have been for several
probably gives only they sporting
I' what this means when it comes to
pression of jars or disturbances in the months. Gulfport's $15,000 hotel is now well I 11111111111111'llel'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII.eIIOI"t
a year's supply. It will, therefore,
water. Mrs. Lum Grant and family left'on under way and expectations are that '
probably startle a good many personsto
for extended visit with it will be in time for
Wednesday completed ,
an good
A Singer's Avarice.We find, on authority of a well-known II II "i *
bear a deal about the enormous relatives in Jackson, Ga. the season. Six California style bun-
great statistician, that could the infants ofa

salaries paid to famous prima Miss Ruth Geiger is spending the year be ranged in a line in cradlesthe galows are being erected as part of 'r"Y\\ 1 1'Ye

donnas nowadays and we also hear a week with relatives in Volusia. cradles would extend around the the hotel property, for those who PEAS _

great deal about their charity and i Miss Mabel Daniels is visiting globe. may wish separate houses. ,
JflCocl nature. In the reign of Queen .
friends in Oviedo.Mr. .
.\lutl one of the most celebrated The same writer looks at the mat-
Horace Raulerson has returned
tinkers: was Mrs. Tofts, who bad a ter in a more picturecsque light. lie RHEUMA riD SUFFERERS

veritable craze for money making as from Palmetto, where he has been imagines: the babies being ,carried) SHOULD USE

well as a great deal of personal conceit engaged in packing tomatoes.Mr. .
past a given point in their mother'sarms
Pope who never spared any per- : and Mrs. A. L Spier and family one by one, and the processionkept have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB
sons or objects that he satirized wrotean left Thursday for Kissimmee

epigram that must have greatly annoyed where they expect to remain for some, up night and day until the last no Best Remedy HAM: COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- ;
hour in the twelfth month had passedby.
the avaricious singer: For all forma of

So bright Is thy beauty, so charming thy time. A sufficiently liberal rate is allowed ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
The Rehbinder Cottage is RheumatismLUMBAGO.
nearing
song. ,
but going at the rate
As had drawn both the beasts and their even past We material of
completion. The fami'will move in carry constantly a full line of crate \ !
Orpheus along: of 20 a minute, 1,200 an hour duringthe
But such Is thy avarice and such Is thy this week.
pride entire year, the reviewer at his all kinds.

That the beasts must have starved sal post would have seen only the sixth
the poet have died. STATE NEWS part of the infantile host. Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- ;

-LondoiA &air4. In other words, the babe that had SCIATICA GOUT. NEURALGIA. riers, etc. Phones 181.191.F. .
(From the Gainesville Sun
) AND KIDNEY TROUBLfS.
to be carried when the tramp began
Doubtful Transa tion.
Impressive memorial services
"I don't know whether older were would be able to walk when but a
my boy held in the First
Is treating me right or not." said Mr. Congregationalchurch mere fraction of its comrades had /1' IF. Dutton
in Tampa last Sunday after- .
Bligpins.; rather gloomily. "I told him reached the reviewer's post, and

that if he wouldn't smoke until he was noon, in remembrance of the 170 Salvation when the year's supply was drawingto STOP THE PAINOlvasQalckRellef

twenty-one years old I would give him Army officers who perished in a close there would be a rear guardnot SANFORD, FLORIDA

a thousand dollars." the wreck of the Empress of Ireland, i Ito Otter ItaMdr ; 5-i5-tf.
of infants, but of romping six-
"Did he keep his part of the agreement when that ship collided with the Stor-
and girls.-Tit.Bits.
"' year-old boys
? stad in the St. Lawrence river. "IIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'"
"Yes. but he took the thousand dollars -.

and bousht an interest in a cigar ARTILLERY DUEL IS OX AT (-.u "-DROPS" ran ON uqeor
The board of trade of West Palm Swanson Rheumatic Cure
Star. Co.
store. -Washington DURRAZZO tllllllllllllllllleIIUI IIIII'lllllllllllllllllllltt
Ua.lMW.Ua*St,CMKMO
Beach has introduced a new idea.

They met in the band stand in
All In a Bunch. big ,
Durrazzo Albania June 16.-An-
-- -- --- -
Father (looking up from his book after the city park instead of at their

a volley of questions from eight- rooms. It will be held there regularly other made attack on Mussulmans the Albanian capitalwas MAKE YOUR OWN I EXTRA SPECIAL

year-old son -Tbe answer to the first weather by insurgentsat
permitting.The 6 o'clock this morning. With heavy PAINT I
five questions is yes. to the next four !

no. and to the last question. I don'tknow.St artillery the opposing forces engagedin
furniture store of R. E. Kuhn, YOU' will SAVE: Prices on
Louis PostDispatch.Cheer a brisk duelDetachments
in St. Augustine, has changed hands, -. I 60 cb. PER GAL
of bluejackets from ,
Up. having been sold to G. P. Yelvertonand IS ROWBuy
the international fleet lying off the ) L4TiS
"I sometimes! wonder if life is worth W. H. Erwin. Yelverton will i ALL STOCK
coast took up positions in the neigh- J 4 gals.L.C&M.Senu-
Uric mused the
pessimist."It
; the store. Kuhn to
manage expects /
Mixed Real Paint $a.40
is borhood of the foreign legations and
is. the optimist "It
replied go north, but will return in Octo- Li gals.LinsecdOil
worth living much better than most of ber. consulates and also erected barricades to mix with it 2.W:

us live if-Llppincott's. around the royal palace.
Males gals.Paint forlC. :MISSES IAIILOT & DUNN
Several Austrian torpedo boat destroyers -
Blinding the Idols. Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- started early in the day for It's only $1.50 per ga!.
fectant, ManU Tonic. Office room 22,
While
the Chinese
repairing a temple Scutari to embark 1,500 Malissori The L. &: &I. SEMI-MIXFD
building! 3-27-lm for
cover up the eyes of the idols in order Empire REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD. Agents Barclay Corsets
tribesmen loyal to Prince William's ZINC and LINSEED OIL-the best knoll
that the deities may not be offended paint materials lor 100)"ears.
It will to let us do some to reinforce the garrisonof
disorder. pay you government
at the fcislt of the
: Use a gal.out of any you buy and if not the McCalTs Patterns
of your printing. We do it right. the capital. best paint made,then return the paint and get
all your money bad.
After all. there Is nothing in this

i x world hut rharacter.-Blshop Fowler. Try the Sentinel Job Department. Read the advertisements daily. HELM'S HARDWARE CO. l'IIIII' I.t1011111tlllll'IIIIIII'II'IIIIIII'II"1t



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DAILY HOW JACKSONVILLE REDUCED I lies may enter. It shall be provided !
THE. HURTA[ GUNBOAT WON NAVAl
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TYPHOID 25 PER CENT. ; ,ftith, a tight self-closing door, and

a South Florida Sentinel j shall;ight have and ventilation an opening or which openings shall for be II VICTORY I OFF MEXICON COAST A 1 :

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r MORNING AND WEEKLY Certain diseases, notably typhoid
!screened for the exclusion of flies.
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. fever, hookworm, cholera, tapeworms,
(c) The seat shall have a self-clos I
and some forms of dysentery, are all The Tampico Worsted in Battle and
Orlando, Florid hinge cover of sufficient size to
Entered at the pcetoffice at 'ng
Second Clad Mail Matter. sewage born, and will prevail until Her Captain and Engineer
u ompletely: cover the opening or
openings
sewage is properly disposed of. Probably Suicided Announcement t
RATES I: in the seat.d .
SUBSCRIPTION the best and most practicable
DaU,. 1 Year ..........................$i.OO ( ) There shall be a tightly fitting
D Dy. 6 Months ....................... ..60 method of sewage disposal for houses
Daily 3 Months ...................... US unable to install water closets or connect I et-down, hinged cover over the boxlpening Washington, June 17.The Huerta
..................
DaD,. 1 Month ... SO for the exclusion of flies. gunboat Guerrero defeated and prob-
with city main, is the old fashioned -
"Section 6. All privies shall be ably sank the constitutionalist gun-
Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.08 privy, but the privy needs justa
'. Weekly 6 Months ..................... .7S little doctoring and a little care to I kept clean at all times. The door of boat Tampico, near Mazatlan, accord-
'j the house shall not be allowed to remain ing to a report today from Rear Ad-
keep it from being a source of sickness -
# TO ADVERTISERS: I open at any time unless thereis miral Howard. The captain and chief
and a common nuisance. To OUR FIRST
f ad all vJier hand-set ]] a self-closing fly door in additionto engineer of the Tampico committed
Copy for display keep it from being a source of sickness -
advertising taunt be handed in at the bosineulieo 'I; that required under the above suicide. The'engagement occurredoff
of tho Sentmel not later than 2 p. m.U it is necessary that it be made
rules. No wash water, garbage, Talobarmpo.The .
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day before publication. This rule applies
and to'keep it from becom-
;
a to chutes for contract advertising; it is fly proof, ]kitchen slops or other liquid wastes naval battle was witnessed by I ANNUALWHITE
invariable and coif be strictly adhered to. ing a nuisance, it is necessary to keep
:I shall be emptied into the privy. No the United States ships New Orleans, !
it dry. When these two feaures are
.a Sabaeritwrs desiring The Sentinel discontinued I night soil from any person suffering Perry and Preble. No details were
should notify the office in writing en looked after, there is little likelihoodof
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be the privy causing disturbance ,from typhoid fever or other serious reported.The SALEIs
any
continued at the regular subscription rates, bo well trouble, shall be deposited in New Orleans Rescued Part ofTampico's
until notice to stop is received. one way or another. Probably the
any privy, without being previously Crew
best to make a privy flyproof is
THURSDAY JUNE 18, 1914. way disinfected in such manner as directed The engagement between the Guer-
embodied in the privy ordinance of
or approved by the city boardof rero and the Tampico took place last
Jacksonville, as follows:
health." night off Topolobampo and word came
Filth breeds flies. Is there any "Section 1. All privies shall be so
The following features are to be to the navy department early today.
fil flies around house?
your constructed as to prevent the access
noted: That the house must be so Some of the crew of the Tampicowere
o of flies to the night soil container.In in Full Swing and I
constructed that flies can not get into rescued by the New Orleans,

Not satisfied with the gift of a order that this may be accomplished it when the door is closed; that the which had accompanied the Guerrero

canal the British had to take the compartment under the
greedy door must be self closing; that the southward yesterday. Others were Reaching High
seat in which stands the night soil
c the polo games. seat must have hinged lids self closing rescued by the Guerrero. The sur-
container shall be tightly constructedof
o and must be kept closed when geon of the New Orleans gave aid to .
sound lumber, without cracks or
Allow one fly to escape your swat- not in use; and that the back shall be the wounded and assisted in the care in PopularityLASTS
crevices. Any opening into this com
ter and that one will show its ingrati- I, opened by a hinged door, which can of the injured on both sides, CO-OP-

tude by producing millions to spread covered be closed. This it will be observed, erating with the staff of the federal

disease and death. makes the privy flyproof. gunboat. 10 DAYS
shall he at the back or side of this
o -- Sanitary privies, such as are described The report that the Tampico was
compartment an opening for the removal -:
Attend the ball game this afternoon in the above ordinance, were sunk had not'been verified but it was
of the night soil container,
s root for the home team, get which opening shall be provided with installed and supervised in Jackson- certain she was badly disabled. Thisis

some fresh air into your lungs, and tightly fitting let-down, board ville by the city board of health. the second time the constitutionalist -

you will feel all the better for it a house and : Typhoid fever was reduced 25 percent warship has suffered at the handsof \Ve intend this sale to be a sale
cover, hinged to the so
the federal The Tampicowas
o thereby. navy.
4j There is no better evidence of the constructed as to prevent the access i o sunk on June 11 and only yester- of sales-a sale that will long be
of flies to the night soil This cover :
possibilities of Florida soil than the TEST WILL BE MADE OF PRI- day was repaired so that she could
hook but-
with
shall be provided a or:
of Or-
remebered in thehistory
shipment of a million dollars worthof closed. MARY LAW move under steam.
ton and shall always be kept
potatoes from Hastings this sea- The Guerrero is nearly twice the
Where practicable the opening shall its marvelous
: size of the Tampico and her ordnanceis lando for price
r son. abut on a public alley so as to be Pensacola, Fla., June 17.-The fail- .

o readily accessible to the city scavl ure to file an expense account of his at least 50 per cent. more power- values, its unparalleled assort-

The' recommendations made by Dr. enger. ]j campaign within ten days after the ful.It
Young to the commissioners i is believed by staff officers here
city
are ments and its extraordinary
j j i primary is likely to result in the loss
all good, and the officials deserve the that the victorious Guerrero now that
of lucrative position to A. C. Mc-
"Section 3. The roof of each privy a the naval
support of every one in putting them Millan and incidentally furnish the she has destroyed principal completenes.
into effect. or earth closet shall- be watertightand I strength of the constitutionalists on
of the most interesting test
state
o if it slopes to the rear of the one the west coast will be able greatly to
that will have been in
seen
New York city postoffice boasts of house it shall project not less than : cases interfere with their siege operations
It is that Mr.
one carrier who has served for forty- six inches beyond the rear wall of the some time. expected against Mazatlan and Guaymas.
nominated to the
s five years, and it would be interestingto house. The doors of all privies shall McMillan, who was
office of clerk of the court of record
know how many postal cards he be tight-fitting and self-closing, and Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
by a big vote, will carry the case into Just received
has read in that time. any windows or openings for ventila- ney & Abernethy. a
the courts. However friends are of fresh seed. 313tfIMMMMMMMMMMMMi
o tion shall be covered by wire fly pre- big shipment
that he will lose the office
dicting
v It is a big task but it is not im- screens. All privies shall have at !' :
because the law is specific. The com-
possible to make Orlando the flyless least one opening of not less than two preparation for'this sale has
missioners are prevented from placing -
city, and the effort is worth while, square feet for ventilation. his name on the general election T. F. 11OUR1 IAN THE a study with us for weekswe
{ because when you succeed you will "Section 4. In case of existing
ballot under penalty. The governoris have drawn
which not in accordancewith upon
privies are
4 have destroyed the greatest menaceto 1 Licensed Plumber and
health. the above rules, the owner of also prevented from signing a Sanitary Engineer XEstimates every center of the Textile
to nominee under such
commission
Y, o the property shall not be required to a world in order that this sale should be
FurnIshed. jobbing f
Nothing but the best goes in Or- reconstruct the privy unless, in the circumstances.Up t Promptly Attended to. as complete and as representative as:

fi' of the board of health, said
lando. Best in the opinion
sewerage system etc. PHONE 6z9 possible. Embroideries from France
to date painting, papering, ever
state;. best paved streets and other privy is a menace to health, but all Where
is the kind want. to get
bests too numerous to mention put privies shall comply with the follow- it? That's you easy, phone 636. W. T. i, 106 Court Street and Switzerland, Laces from France, Ger-

r this city in the front rank of progressive ing minimum requirements: Entrican. 1-20-tf. ; ORLANDO, FLORIDA | many, Austria, England, Malta and Ire-

f Florida municipalities. land-Crepes from England and France,
shall be without Sentinel want ads. are money get 42llmIlilHMiMMMMMMMII.
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Silks from Japan, Italy, Switzerland,
Every little bit added to what you openings and cracks, through which .ters. Try them.
France and England, Linens from Scot-
have makes just that much more, and

,; when you add ten miles to the paved iilllllMMIHMMHItMttlHIMHtlllltlOMMnHIMMIililHIMIMMIMIMMt land and Ireland-and our own domestic

Fabrics from the foremost mills in the
streets of Orlando at one time you '.

make it the best paved city in Flor- BATHING CAPS JUST RECEIVEDFrom States. And the net result is an aggre-

3 ida according to population. gation of fabrics and values, positively '

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1 Editor Holly of the Sanford Herald Rubber manufacturers. Prices 50c, 75c and $1.00. All colors. unprecedented.

f promises Sanford a daily paper this

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The verdict of that Kentucky jury
Magnificent range of designs and
against the Louisville & Nashville

r:: railroad yesterday will encourage the colorings-30 to 32 inches wide.

r negroes of Florida, and other Southern I The regular 25c quality. White

states, to protest against the
Sale Price, per yard ......
filthy and worn out cars in which 1Sc
GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
they are compelled to ride.

r o Commencement Day-an important event in the See Window Display

Criticism is valuable but cooperation lives of young people should receive some fitting mark
s is and believe the
more so, we
of appreciation and encouragementto commemorate the

city authorities are conscientiously occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
endeavoring to improve sanitary con
Jewelry?
ditions. They should have the sup

4 port of every citizen of Orlando, for DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe Were you at the opening?
only then will the best results be ac

complished.The direct the attention of relatives and friends to :,

o the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this I

expense accounts of the candi- store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- ,I

dates for state and national offices, the Gift of Beautiful Dia-
est novelties, to Exquisite a
> as filed at Tallahassee show that : OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs
mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val-

they got off lighter than ever beforein ues and assortment.A : a great help to our out-of-town customers -

a Florida primary. But how much visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno : ; make use of it whenever you can. Sam

i" did the affair cost the state over and obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. : ples or information! cheerfully given. We prepay -
above the amount paid into the treasury -
I all charges.

by the candidates? : Write for one of our illustrated mail order

a o : catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
Just because health conditions are
I '
better than the average is no reason II
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for not striving to make them better

still. With all the natural advantages

with which Nature has blessed

this city it can be made the model of Ii 1


-the South sanitation from a means sanitary o health.standpointand the Jeweler i. DICKSONIVES I K O [ O Ol



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AND SELLS Quebec, June 17.-Alfred Tuftenes,
J. B.
is in Atlanta
Magruder "
Powers. "Them 01' Love Letters; first officer of the collier Storstad,
days business trip. or the veteran's dream. _
REAL ESTATE took the witness stand again today .
Frontier. "Slim Becomes a Cook.
H. H. Witherington was in A comedy. when the Empress of Ireland wreck:

F yesterday from Apopka. Imp. "For Life and Liberty." Pre- inquiry was resumed and Butler As-
sented by the Universal all-star kid
J. C. Sikes has returned from pinall began his cross-examination on That Gift
600 acres south of Winter cast.Don't behalf of the Canadian Pacific Rail-
weeks trip to Wilmington, forget today is children'sday.
Garden and west of Every child receives a treat. way company, owners of the Em-

press. The witness was in charge of
Florence Bellows left yester- Gotha, including 10 acre
the collier immediately prior to the You hare no trouble in selecting
Bat Cave, N. C., for a sum- The A BIRTHDAY PICNIC AT SPRING
orange grove. en- collision.
LAKE D that Birthday, Wedding or Anniversary -
tire tract covered with Tuftenes said he did not know
Marion Groves left yesterday whether the master of the Storstad< Present at our store.
I N. C., to spend yellow pine timber. Two
The bonus
Twentieth Century club spent got a for a speedy trip with
'Ye hare a complete line ..ofD
miles of lake shore.
yesterday afternoon at the Magruder coal for the Dominion Coal company

Hattie Belle Hyer left yester- 4-23-im grove, on Spring lake, and seated ,'between Sydney and Montreal. Captain Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or D

Newport, Tenn., to spend a under the shade of magnificent oaks, Anderson of the Storstad who

the summer. IliliMIIIIMMillllliii bordered by beautiful hickory nut was sitting in the rear of the court, plated) and the newest ideas in

W. L Clark and mother leave I trees with their handsome foliage, ,was asked about it and replied in the cut glass.A .

today for Chattanooga, Tenn., to read Act IV. of King John, being the negative.
spend the summer. LADIES' AID SOCIETY ENTERTAINED memorable scene between Hubert and Tuftenes denied that the Storstadwas look before you buy will
ll .
Miss Ernestine Crux has returned Prince Arthur. At the close of the navigated in the fog for an hour .

from a few weeks visit with friends reading an elegant picnic supper was and a half prior to first seeing the pay you.Allen

and relatives in Tampa. Mrs. W. W. Wright and her charm- laid on the table, and all sat down to lights of the Empress. When the

Mr. and Mrs. John Klinect and ing daughters, Misses Alta and Eliza, a "feast of reason and flow of soul." lights came into view he said the 'L

family, of Gotha, left for Cincinnati, were hostesses to the Indies' Aid The day being the birthday of Mrs. Empress was about six miles away & Co
Matthews and one and a half points on the Stor-
entertainmentwas
Ohio, to spend the summer. society of the Methodist church on I a pretty ,
Tuesday, and a large number of its prepared by Mrs. T. C. Whitman, stand's port bow. She was pursuinga
Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Simmons
members spent the day at the hos- who first read a poem complimentaryto course across the collier's bows. Jewelers
leave this morning in their auto to
pitable home on Rock lake. the honoree, written by the well "Now," said Mr. Aspinall, "the
spend the day at Daytona Beach.
After a tempting luncheon servedat known pen of Miss Alice Whitman, ship was traveling at seventeen knotsan U Prompt Repairing. UEYeryihing

Mr. and Mrs. C. Peter, of Winter noon, an interesting address on while rolls of paper containing verses hour. At the end of fifteen min-

Garden, were in town yesterday and the subject of mission work was given appropriate to each member of the utes where was the Empress when Guaranleed.Ib .

left on the noon train for St. Louis. by Mrs. Stevens. A business session club and composed by Mrs. Whitmanwere she changed her course?"

Mr and Mrs. J. H. Tucker and family concluded the day. drawn from a lovely birthdaycake "About one point on our port

went down to Dade City yester- the work of Mrs. Coleman. bow."

day to visit relatives for a few days. Miss Blanche Barnes left last night These verses were read aloud amid "What!" exclaimed Aspinall, "in

:Mr. Wm. Smith and daughters, for Kissimmee, where she will visit much merriment. After this a second fifteen minutes the vessel had only

:Misses Millie, Edna, and Lillian, expect friends for a short time. birthday cake baked by Mrs. Whit- narrowed the distance a half a point.

to motor over to Coronado Beach Miss Rose O'Berry, of Kissimmee, man was passed and tiny rolls of Hadn't she got across to your star- -ell
with fortunes told board bow?" 1:10- -
today. who had been visiting Miss Blanche paper cleverly by "

:Mrs. J. L Watson has gone to Bal- Barnes for several days, :returned Mrs. Magruder were found in each "No."
timore to spend a while before visit- home last night. slice. These were read by the ladies Tuftenes said he ordered the helm t+tMMMMHiMIIIIIimilllllMMMIIIIMMMt
and proved satisfactory, aport and a little later hard aport.
very
ing at her old home at Youngstown, prom
Mr. A. E. Lang, the popular dis-
Lord Mersey, who presides at the
ising long life, health, marriage for
trict commercial of the
Ohio.Mrs. manager the young ladies and widowers with hearing, asked:
Hamilton Johnson and two lit- Western Union Telegraph company, I
children as special attractions.A "Isn't it a fact that in consequenceof
tle girls leave today for Holly in .
is the city today.BIRTHDAY
dainty and bountiful supper,with your helm being put to port your
Springs, :Miss., to spend a couple of punch and hot coffee, was enjoyed, head did go to starboard and that is

months.Mr.. and. Mrs. E. T. Jackson leave PARTY and q'clock.the party was broken up at six how"It the did accident not." occurred?" H Butler tt rJ! H Butter tt rl! Butter!

with Mr. and :Mrs. T. W. :Mathewsthis I Last night a very pleasant surprise Miss Starbuck presented Mrs. Mat- I "Why, that was the object in put-
morning in their auto for a few party was tendered Mr. W. B. Wat- "
?
I thews with a bouquet of orchids from ting it to port
days outing. son at his home at 11 East Concord wasn't it it to I Fox River Butter.
that keep
her own garden, and many congratu- "No, was Creamery
I Mrs. M. E. Halsted and two daugh- avenue, the occasion being Mr. Watson's lations and good wishes were expressed the ship from swinging to port." Cold Seal Creamery Butter

ters will leave Saturday night for birthday. by all present. The witness was inclined to blame Purity Brand Butter.
Sugar .
their home in Massachusetts Mr. and Mrs. Watson took supper : the
summer On the current for swinging ship.
with their friend, Mr. E. R. Thom- a BirthdayJust Beech-Nut Peanut Butter.
returning to Orlando in the fall. "Did you stop when the Empress
and returning home earlyin look at those cheeks so rosy. Beardsley Peanut Butter.
son "
upon blasts? continued Mr.
Mrs. G. A. Floding returned yes- Just note her sparkling eyes! blew two long
the evening found most Date Nut Butter.
terday from a month's stay in Atlanta a congen- Now if she were weighed and measured Aspinall."I Dromedary
and is now visiting with her ial party of friends assembled to bid did not hear them."
him many happy returns of,the day. We know she would take the prize. would
helm not act,
Saunders "Finding
daughter, Mrs. Roy on your
For pounds of sweetness and good-
Tables for "five hundred" were "
,
North Orange avenue. 4 ness you put your engines ahead?

Miss Ruby Wilson, of Apopka, and formed and cards were enjoyed by Would certainly tip the scale, "I did." I THE SANITARY GROCERY
all. Late in the evening delicious refreshments And yards of good cheer and sunshineTo "That would bring pretty closeto
of Ocala left you
Miss Lorraine Kemp, could not fail.
served of measure
were consisting up ?" CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
for their homes yesterday, after a cake and She sings like a lark in springtime, the Empress
birthday macaroons, punch
pleasant visit with Miss Ethel I And her laugh is so light and free, "It would."
other delicacies. That others catch the contagionAnd "Did you expect your ship would 200 6'& 8 E. Pine Street
at 203 Liberty street.
Sharpe
Among those present were Mes- laugh in glad sympathy.This answer that hard aport helm?" '
Mr. Tenny, of the Florida Growers' dames G. H. McCulloch, W. M. Lege, world has enough long faces, rAnd
"I did""Why
I and Shippers' League,'spent Tuesdayof J. M. Tatum, and W. P. Watson; But it makes plenty us of all folks feel are jolly glum?: didn't it?" CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
this week in Jacksonville, confer- Misses Laura and Nan Beggs and
; Whenever we see her come. "The engines were not working
ring with members of the Florida Messrs. W. M. Lege, J. M. Tatum, long enough to give her headway." if i FUNERAL DESIGNS
commission of the Panama National G. H. McCulloch, W. T. Jamieson, So light up the birthday candles
+ Exhibition regarding advisability Let them shed their beams of cheer, The witness said the Empress when "I'II'IIIIII' " "IIIIIIII'I'II'IIII'"
.
and E. R. Thomson.Mr.
W. P. Watson
For a joyous birthday greetingTo she came out of the fog was two
of Florida's making a fruit exhibit
I member dear.
our baby ships' length away. He agreed thatif
r at the San Francisco fair next year. Awde has not yet removed his ten knotsan PINE CASTLE NOTES
the Empress was going
Dr. Berger, the nursery inspector of coffee roaster from the Pure Food To the PresidentWe hour and the Storstad only one Pine Castle Fla., June 16.-Mr. and jHIIIMilMIIIIMMIIfittfShoe
the state, was also at this love her for her winning ways,
present
store to Boone street, as reported in Her gentle speech and modest air; knot an hour, as he said they were Irs. Jeff Fallow, of Gaston, SI! C., Repairing
.
conference.Do the Sentinel yesterday morning. He And yet a firm and certain hand they should have cleared safely. spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. E.L. .

not be misled by the low priceof expects to make the change about the Guides the proceeding of our band, Lays Blame on the Empress"I Sphaler on their way home after I by PARCEL POSTMen's
our entertainment. The value of And everything is right in place
first of
July. chair.T. thought that I was entitled to a visit with friends in different partsof
our show is many times greater than When}; Mrs. Coleman takes the
the price. We are exhibiting some keep my course and speed," said the Florida. Mr. Fallow is the post- I
; scenes which represent the latest and There will be an old fashioned bar- witness. master of his city Half Soles, 7sc to 8scLadles'
( best comic and S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Half Soles, 60c to 75eChildren's
f tragic performancesto oecue at Chuluota on Tuesday, July 3-5-tf The witness said he thought the Mr. Henry Funk is here for the
be found on the highest priced 2, Orlando. H Soles, SOc to 750
2nd. There will be all kinds of amuse-
Storstad the Empress summer, arriving from Emery College -
penetrated
theatrical stages in the world, at the Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo
Favorite theater, 5 cents to all.-Adv. ments, including a ball game, dancing The best and quicket 25c lunch is about twelve feet due to "the speedof Oxford, Ga., Friday. Heels Repaired, 230

and horse racing. Every one is invited 'at the Model. The proof is in eating. the Empress." Miss B. May, of Chicago, came

St. James churchill have a rummage especially the Orlando people, Get the habit. 17-6t "But if you were practically stationary Monday to stay with her sister, Miss All work returned in 24 hours.Ordfs'witboutrenjittance .

sale Saturday at Rowland's old and they assure them a good time. and the Empress was movingshe Frances May. C. 0. D. We pay returned

i store on Church street Building will 6-18-ltd-2tw CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand would have had to approach you Mrs. S. Frank Phillips, being a return postage.

i be open Friday afternoon to receive roses. J. M. Caruthers. crab fashion to accomplish that," sug- member of Orlando Chapter, D. A.

I goods. 6-18-2t Read the advertisements daily. 683titmtMIMMMtlMMIMIMIIMItHIMMIHtllMMMIMIIIIIIIMMMIMMMiMM gested Mr. Aspinall. R., had the honor and pleasure of A. Hanson

Witness answered that the driving attending with that body divine service -

a power was supplied by the Empress Sunday morning at the Presbyterian 19 East Pine Street

MIMMIMmiilMIIIIMIIMMMItitlilllilillllMMMItlllMMMMIMIMIMII, .t crossing the Storstad's bows. Church of Orlando, and hear- ORLANDO FLORIDAIIIIHIIIMMIIIIIMIIM:

I/ ng the splendid special patriotic ser .

LILLIE LANGTRY AT LUCERNE mon,preached by Rev.Dr.Stagg. Mrs.

_ k LUCERNE TODAY TODAY Phillips, accompanied by her daughter -

Miss Lillie Langtry, the celebrated Miss Loradele Philips, spent the
favorite of two continents, will appear " " .
'+ "His rest of the day with friends in Or-
in the leading role of
I"
Neighbor's Wife," a moving picture lando.
film' produced under the personal direction Mrs. Julit Griffen, of New Smyrna I For Sale
!
of Daniel Frohman, by the is visiting here sister, Mrs. J. L.
Famous Players Film company.
LILLIE LANGTRY IN This is another big feature to be Sunday.Mrs. .
played at regular prices and it is de- C. H. Matchett leaves Wednesday OR
serving of a packed house. We need for a visit with friends in
not say anything about Lillie Lang- EXCHANGE !
HIS NEIGHBOR'S Orlando and vicinity to be
WIFE gone
try, for she is known the world over,
and all should make it a point to see weeks.
I her. Mr. C. C. Hall, who has been ill, is Five Room House, built
produced under the personal direction of Daniel Frohman i
|
] by now very much improved. of cement blocks 24x36,
; ; the Famous Players Film Company. Another twenty-five cent TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Thursday will be held the Union
; Cartright shingles, two
TWO COWS FOR SALE
: : picture for ten and five cents. I have not raided my prices for : Sabbath School picnic in Aden'sgrove. lots
Everybody is invited and a 100x150, some young
1 cow with 4 weeks old calf.
\ 11 these features. Show your appreciation by contributing your 1 Jersey with first calf.S. large attendance is desired. peach, orange and grape-

; ; ; little dimes and nickels with regularity] every night during the 6-18-3td-ltw. J. B. IRWIN, Maitland. Fla. Rev. E. A. Milton, Baptist minister fruit trees. Driven well

; : week. This will enable me to continue showing the best pictures of Kissimmee, is holding meetings feet.
200
thousand during the week at Union Chap-
obtainable WANTED- to five
j | at popular prices.
thousand feet of second hand two- el. Address
inch or one-inch iron pipe, deliveredat The Baptist Ladies Aid Society

"Calamity Anne's Love Affair fine American Orlando or Plymouth. AddressR. will give an ice cream social Saturday -
Box 424
a comedy. Ga.. M. Hudson, Healey Bldg., Atlanta 6-18-6t evening.The ,


; IThat Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away \ FOR SALE-An A-1 motor boat. program W.to C.be T. given U. has Sunday arranged evening a- Kissimmee, Florida : :

; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. Eighteen feet long and has four in Union Chapel.
horse power engine. Will sell rea- 6.8-Im

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DAILY SPORT LETTERBy SHOULD WE CELEBRATE JULY SCIENTISTS TO WITNESS THE
THE 2ND? i ECLIPSE FROM RUSSIA I Lumber, Laths and Sliinales .

( Frank G. Menke) I .

"New York, June 17. The ball Macon News.) I j St. Petersburg, Rusisa, June 17.

player, in pursuing his "hazardous" In a few weeks every American will j 1: Rusia is looking forward to an international -

} occupation, often his enslaved young contribute in some degre to the celebration -I astronomical invasion for the

Ifts life, according to one of the articles of Independence Day, the purpose of observing the solor eclipseon

that bear Christy Mathewson's nameas Fourth of July. It is the one truly August 21.

author, but which Christy doesn't national holiday, observed more nationally -I In the west of. Europe the eclipse

write and probably doesn't see until generally and enthusiasti- will be visible only partially, but ORLANDO

t he orbs them on the newspapers that cally than any other "red letter" oc Russia will be favored by a vision ofa

print 'em.Mister casion. total eclipse. It will begin in Nor-

S Mathewson, or rather the But the question again arises: Is way, pass through Sweden and the

guy who writes the Mathewson arti- the Fourth of July the day we should Baltic and then travel through Rus-

cles) asserts with vehemance that a celebrate the anniversary of the secession I sia from the northwest to the southeast Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

ball player gambles with fate every of the colonies from the rule I retreating to Asia Minor and

F, time he ambles to the plate. He asserts of Great Britain? Persia. The duration of the total . MiHMHMtMMMtMMMMMIMMIIIMMtMH*

I that the player takes his life Readers of history are familiar eclipse will vary from a few secondsto PEOPLE'S \YAINTSMUNNIMAKERS

x right in his hand-and off his feet, with the fact that the declarationwas a few minutes and it will be long-

too-when he slides for a base. Also not formally signed by the delegates est at Minsk, where it will last 2 1-4

the player runs the risks of havinghis to the convention on anyone minutes. L .

skull busted when he attempts to day, and the resolution of sepera- The Russian observatories astron- Notice of Lost Wanted. For. Sale For' _

}' field a fly ball, for who knows but tion was really adopted on the sec- omical and physical research socie- hoc Rent for etc three, for days this'or column 11.00 for 2iic one for week one day for ORLANDO '

some day that ball will slip right ond day of July. The strongest ties have already arranged their 25 words coy less. Money must accompany t
the advertisements fer this, column a* no
:, through his hands, kerplunk! on his proof of this fact is the letter writ- places of observation at various spots insertion will be made on credit

coco, and then-"another little job ten by John Adams, then one of the from Riga in the northwest to Theo-

for the undertaker; 'nother little job Massachusetts representatives to the dosia in the southeast, and the chief FOR SALE

for the casket maker." Continental Congress, to his wife Ab expedition of the Russian Astronomical Nursery stock, one, two, three and Water & Light Co. |

Well, what of it, Mister Mathewson igail. It is dated July third and it Society has even gone outside the four year old buds; Foster Earlyr

? Why do you try to hold up the begins: confines of the Empire to Asia Mi Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
the ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle
"Yesterday greatest questionwas
ball players as the poorest possible nor.
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf:
risk for an accident insurance company decided which was ever debatedin British astronomers will be well !

: ? Is a ball player's life in any America, and a greater, perhaps, represented. Mr. Frank Watson Dy- FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare t Electricity
will be
greater danger than that of a struc- never was or decided among son, at the head of a large staff, will bargain; recently completely over-
tural iron worker, steeple jacks or a i men . .The second of July will make observations at Minsk on be- hauled and made good as new in every -I

husband who goes home on Saturday be the most memorable epoch in the half of the Greenwich Observatory; part guaranteed first class con- I
history of America. I am apt to believe i dition; must be sold at once, even at Gas Water Ice
t night with a shortage in the pay en- Mr. H. F. Newall will head an expe- sacrifice. Come, or address, White !
it will be celebrated by succeed
envelope? dition from the Cambridge Astrophysical Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. I
ing generations as the great anniver-
How about the chances a guy has Observatory to Theodosia, while 4-23-tf

when he's caught red-handed by the sary festival.as the It day ought of to deliveranceby be commemorated Professor A. Fowler will make his ORANGE GROVE FOR SALETwomiles I Office:---No. J8 West Central Ave.

boss, while he's in the act of ex- headquarters at Kieff. No fewer than from Orlando. Part of the
pressing his true opinion of the bossto solemn acts of devotion to God 'eleven scientific societies of the wes- old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. Mark I
Almighty. It ought to be solemn- White, Ocoee, Fla. 66d&wlmo.AN .
the rest of the office force? How tern part of Europe have already
*,. about chances of King George and ized with pomp and parade, with 'staked out their claims on Russiansoil EXPERT automobile mechanic,

: Premier Asquith must take since shows, games, sports, guns, bells, and in addition many individual driver or salesman, 10 years experience Telephone No. 6
bonfires and illuminations from one desires position. Familiar with
: since Emy Pankhurst got out of jail? !. men of science will be present on all of motors. Address
end of this continent to the other, types R. G. B., t
How about the umpires, General Hu- their own initiative. Route 2, Box 49, Orlando. I
from this time forward, forevermore."
erta and Frank Moran, the Pittsburg
Aside from attesting the actual I I H
FOR RENT J.
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"white hope" as poor insurance risks.It
adoption of the resolution on the sec- Preparations are rapidly being I
is to laugh when this Matthewson -
ond day of the month of July, the letter I made for the girls' camp conference FOR RENT-Two office spaces ia
article attempts to make out that is remarkable for its rare pre which is to be held at Enterprise be- our store at No. 9 W. Church street. .. " " llllll" .
baseball i is a really dangerous occu- Come in and we win show Pierce /-
science. Adams seemed inspired with ginning Wednesday, June 24. It will you.
pation. The percentage of deaths the gift of prophecy when he pie- the held at Epworth Inn, and girls and Electric Co. 3-29-tf
i? through accidents in baseball is only f To the West and NorthwestVIA
tured the actual manner in which the women from all over the state will TO RENT-Some very desirable mod-
f about one person killed for every 1- anniversary of the event has been, be in attendance. The registration so ern houses. Daetwyler phone 563. --

: 000,000 persons playing the game and and is now, celebrated by Americans.The far is heavy. Every day at camp has 4-26-tf

: the ratio of serious accidents in base- resolutions to adopt the de- been planned, and many classes will FOR RENT-Six room house, in first DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE fLYER AND
ball is so small that it's hardly disc be available. class condition. No. 210 N. Orange ,
claration was taken up on July sec- avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Or-
cernible even under a microsope. ,
ond and received the favorable vote lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf' ATLANTIC LIMITED

of every state except New York. How- serves as well as the second of the -
Harry stone a former New York FOR RENT-To desirable tenant, 7 Dixie Dixie
ever popular fancy connected the month. Singularly enough the Fourthof SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
room bungalow .
corner East Pine Limited. Flyer.v
newsboy, is an example of how a fourth with the act of congress, because July is not a national holiday, but and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad- Orlando, A. C. L..1:31am JUJpm, Y Orlando. ........................ Sllpn
t. fellow can mine gold in Australia on that day Jefferson made his has been made a holiday by every shaw. 6.10lwMISCELLANEOUS r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
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A. C. L.
I Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:26 pm v Jacksonville 8:15pm
wits a pair of boxing gloves. dramatic utterance of the reasons state and is likewise observed in the T WayeroM A. C. L..ll:50am 105 pm T WaycroM, A. C. L. .............10:20 pm
About a year ago Stone used to that prompted the American coloniststo territories and territorial possessions.WE I v r Macon. G. S. &; F....... 5:13pra 4:15am r Macon. G. S. & F. .............. 1:46am '
Atlanta. C. of Ga...... 8:03pm 7:2Sam r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7Uam
figure occasionally in preliminaries in declare themselves independent of I r r Knoxville. L. &; N. .............12:11 pmr
BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO I r Chattanooga. W. &; A...12:18am \I:55 am Corbin I.. &; N. ................ 3:16 pm
and around New York, gladly accept foreign dictation. This was the renowned PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall r Nashville N. C. & St L. 4:50am 4:30pm r Louisville L. &; N. 9:00pm ,
FIT
GLASSES
ing $5, or $10 or $25 for taking a Declaration of independence, GriVTJ LENSES variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's I!Ar SL Louis, L C. & I. &; N. Z:50 pm 'l:20. am L Indianapolis, "L j. ............ 1:50 am
} beating. Stone, even as a prelim prepared by Thomas Jefferson, prob- AND DO ALL KiN S OF Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece, I -- Lexington. L. 4N.. ............ C:50 pm
or $5.500 per 100. Now is fAr Hopkinsville. L. &; N........... 6 2T pm Ar Cincmanti L. & N. ............. 8:50 pm
a' fighter, didn't stack up very high 'ably in collaboration with Thomas OPTICAL REPAIL..VG time to set either. The Bear's a Head good IAr Evansville. L. & N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo, G. i-; L ..........1Z:20pm
hereabouts. And then he disappeared Paine and others. Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. 'Ar Terre Haute C. &; E. I.. 1:10pm 1:01 am _r...Grand Rapids. G. R. &; L ....... 2:45pm
to be heard of again just as he The debate on the resolution con- 6-4-d6t-wlt f|Ar Chicago, C..& E. L..... 6:50pm 650am r Cleveland? Bit Four ............. 1:16_ am

was about to sail from Australia for tinued until the afternoon of July ;
YOUR DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
England, where he has some big purse fourth and was terminated only then PRINTINGLook of section dra1r
4 Solid train composed ng. Solid train composed of electric lighted
matches in prospect. by reason of the insufferable heat oom sleeping can, observation compartment
drawing-room Pullman sleeping and coach-
through your desk and see if an and dining car. between Jacksonville and car
Stone went to Australia direct from and the extreme annoyance to which there is not some stationery of which ([Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
New York and landed there with the delegates were subjected by you are in need. If there is, phoneus I ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis

hardly enough money to buy the next swarms of flies. An historic ac- DR. L H. RAMSDELt at 24 and we will call, get your DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and:
order and tio the work I Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between ,
morning meal. And now he's got $12- count says: OPTOMETRIST at the lowest price promptly and artment, observation sleepers and ductile Jacksonville and Grand Rapids en Monday ,
t "The hungry flies swarmed thick consistent with ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First '
000 stowed in his jeans. mh and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
away grade work.
It
(Successor to Dr. 0. P, Likios) 1 I will receive our 1 lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car
K He harpooned a job doing prelims and fast, alighting on the legs ot the bet attention. Sentinel, Court street. erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati i

; down in Kangeroo land and he who delegates and biting hard through ORLANDO. FLORIDA CIEL:: O"S
WHITE OR
hLLMAN IMUKMAT10.N.
ullita'a RESERYAT1ONtl AM
wasn't looked fifth their thin silk stockings. Treason Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, I' Ticket Agent.
upon as even a at F. F. Dutton's W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot
rater in New York made a big hit was preferable to discomfort, and at''i I i I 519tf. Sanford Fla. Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando

with the promoters and the fight last the delegates were brought to'' -- -
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hungry fans. He jumped from the such a state of mind as to agree to i I LICE? tt I..IIIIIIIIIIII"! !! !! III I++++tt*!
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prelims to ,a star bout man and he the declaration without further comment I The lice question is quickly"
:;, made good. The Australious now say settled if jou dust )OIH fowls aith

he is the best middleweight that has Even then the actual signlv; (':!d] Conkey's lice Powder IT'S TIME II UP THE N HOUSE j

come to the fore in the past ten not take place on that day, a: 1.1; Ics safe,quick and sure.)
years. been represented in the stor, : r. Sates jour poultry profits because it .

Jess Willard, a former cow puncher pictures. Probably the only 'in i:; :IL Kills the Lice .

who has been essaying the roll was done by the president and secretary I Doesn't Harm Chickens

r.. of man-puncher for a year or two, of the convention and the signa- Price 25 cents 50 cents and$1M. f FURNISHING R I O QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l'E.A.E

yearns to meet Jack Johnson, Frank ture of the other delegates were af- i I day For tilt and irntn prey on that eh hide dens m at.the night emit.,spray by A.4 Fa I
3 Moran or Gunboat Smith. Willard, fixed at their leisue on subsequent i,I' jour poultry! house.r ith j ...+ c..k,,.i
'I Conkey's Lice Liquid
who is six feet six inches removed
days.However ',
Cleans them out thoroughly Quart 35
from Mother Earth and who totes whater the day on which I. cents half gallon W cents pfloo! $IAO.
For the head louse TEST:
deadly use
the actual seperation took place from
around 240 pounds, thinks he can 1.: CONKEY'S HEAD UCE .
.win from 'em all and prove to the the mother county, Americans are I OINTMENT'

public what he has long believed- proud that our forefathers demon- I i and Effcctne 25 ants and doesn't Money harm back chicks: if 10 .. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive i:
strated their and patriotism, preparations do not satisfy
these' .
courage
,that hes' the best heavyweight in
.n.c.t. .. c...c..Iud. from them and added
I delight it is select an
the world. and will continue to celebrate theirJ ; a pleasure to ,

Recalling how Willard conducted act. For this purpose the fourth P. F. LAUBACH pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable

t himself in his bout with Carl Morris in every sense of the word.
r in New York last December, we quite '

agree with Willard in his contentionthat IIMItmimiMltittMHUMMIttlttmCHARGE ,. :
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he's the greatest heavyweight Have You Poultry Troubles ? : ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you : : :: 'I
: the weight being mostly in his feet. ,.
3t Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly : : ::
an poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Bee Dee"STOCK & to purchase goods on extended payments. without the expense } joining .
FEDERAL TROOPS MAY GO TO Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year POULTRY MEDICINE I 1 .,
MONTANA round to keep their flocks in good health, highly is trouble a splendid roup cure and lor chicken liver : clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this : :
f recommend cholera. Given regularly 1 ,
F with the feed, in small
Washington, June 16.-Senator doses it also makes an :; ; feature to)'OU. : '
STOCK & POULTRY acdlmtioMEDICINE '
:Myers and Representatives Stout and B ee D ee f.PnieSPol, 1. "I'I"'I'I'II""IIIII IIIII'I++OIII'llllllllllalllllelllll'll I
Evans of Montana went to the White k13.

House today in connection with the It's a Liver Medicine.
25c, and $1. per can.
request of Governor Stewart that Also a strengthlng Tonic. amt r dealer's. ,
President Wilson send federal troopsto p R.5

quell disorders at Butte between
KinoaidFurniture l Snowden 1'
h members of the Western Federationof :
Miners and the Industrial Workers Cow Peas! Cot Peas ::

{ of the World.In I I
view of the con- Gays ................................. .. ....... ... ... .. .. ...$3.09 per bushel "
apparent quiet
Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ..................... 33.25 per bathel :: of Characterat
ditions in Butte today the Montana Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... .......... 3.2$ per buhelWtoppoorwills
delegation did not press for the immediate ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.01 per bushel
sending of troops but madean Mixed Peas "', .... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... %.85 per buhel

engagement to see President Wil- We pay freight on all orders for one bushel or mere at above prices. If wanted Popular Prices........
son tomorrow and discuss the entire in large quantities, we will promptly mail .samples and quotations.


situation with him. KILGORE SEED CO., : Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida :1

Cow Peas at F.F. Dutton's, San-

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Washington, D. C., June 17.-Con- THE MARKETOf
J. C .HOWELL -IN A- :
sul Theodore_ C. Hamm sends to the ,
Department of Commerce from Dur- Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo

ango, a striking array of facts show- extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
ing the necessity for the ending of Telephone connections
ORLANDOTO
the Mexico Revolution and the reestablishing Office cor. Orange and Central Area. House. : AND SALT MEATS

a stable form of government .
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in that Republic. First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME
For example, the state of Durangoin Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St.1 Only four and one half :
1913 was favored by abundant and JACKSONVILLE AND RETURN 125tf.IHIMMtnailiHiMIIIM Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

seasonable rains, incuring fine crops I blocks from the post'
of all staple farm products under or- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
office East Side. A
dinary conditions; bat no more than Thursday, June 18th and pure. %

two-thirds of the usual acreage was JUST OPENED variety of fruit. We
planted and not more than 10 per cent ATLANTIC COAST LINE are We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

of the crops planted were gatheredby going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Line.
Tickets good on All Regular POPE'SI
the rightful owners of the land,
the remainder being appropriated for Trains. Final Limit June 21st. erty and have put the :

others military than purposes the rightful or harvested owners, by on other Proportionate points. low rates from LUNCH I COUNTER price at only $2350. The PARLOR MARKET

account of lawless conditions. Of chili For further information call. I SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS. t Reasonable terms. :
peppers for instance, the export was H.M.Self&Co.PINE
on or write to 1 .
onlyj.600 as against $50,000 to $75-
000 in normal years. 1V. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., TRY OUR Cooper Atha! STREET

The cotton the consul, .
yield, says :
w. D. WHITE D. T. A.
: SODA FOUNTAIN I ,
ft was phenomenal in the famous La- Phone
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor No. 80tl'llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll'llllllllll1111 H
ORLANDOY.
and ;
guna district of eastern Durango OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

southwestern Coahuila, along the Na- R. Beazley, Traveling Passen Phone No. 311 ;HMMIIMU* tiliiiiiiiiiiiiiii *****}
River-120,000 biles, worth $8- i .
gas I POPE & BUTT PROPS.
ger Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division
500,000. Half the crop is still in the
warehouse at Torreon and the other Passenger Agent 37 W. CHURCH ST. I Io0 r

to the United Statesat TASiPA I
half was shipped it
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a sacrifice, instead of being sent, I
as ordinarily to the cotton factoriesin 1
southern Mexico. The Durango in

the last year were $2,254,000, a
Fare 3
against $9,731,000 in 1912. W. M. SLEMONS
\I DAILY SET WE EN
The railways to the Gulf have not
been in operation in 1914 and all BUFFALO

trade is paralized. Torreon in timesof CLEVELAND

peace is a busy interior manufac-

turing city like Syracuse, N. Y., or j New Goods Arriving Daily

Paterson, N. J. :., ;
In the city of Mazation, State of

$ Sinaloa, on the Pacific, United \
States Consul W. E. Alger reports, THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" 1
the exports to the United States in Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,6 bebea;510 staterooms and parlors accommodating 1+00 panenprn. -
Crater in can larger in all J'fopertion-ncher in all appointment* than any steamer on
1913 fell off almost $900,000 or 20 inland-101 tKewotU.; la SCTTK*June 1h.
cent. Eggs are now selling at 7 Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE""Cty of Erie"and"Gty of Buffalo" We sell II
per high grade Men's
Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
cents apiece, milk 30 cents a quart,, Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May tat to Dee.tat I
LeaMBofialo 900P.M. Leave CWland 9:00 P.M.ArmeOeTeland made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore.
fuel at four or five times the usual d 1:30.1.L ArmeBu&lo 740A.M. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
price, and all business suspended. (Eattera Standard Tout) '
Comwetion Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and
atOereland
for P-4a.BaT.Toledo Detroitaad pomuWe tandSoutbwe.t.Railroad Towel
service in
railroad 1913
There
was no .
tickets reading between Buffalo and Ckveland are good fortranaportationon our ateamera.A
from March to December 31, and jour ticket agent for tickets 1ia C.d:B.Line. t;tit.us for handaoma flliutnted booklet ffte. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
but for the numerous arrivals and THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland, O."iBJr .
departures of American war vessels & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

there would have been scant mail facilities -

even by water.
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TITLED WOMAN IN TilE GUTTER
I -I w. M. SLEMONS:

The Bristol Midnight Sweep brigade -

is a body of temperance workers ORANGE AVENUE
who scour the streets after the R
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t public houses are closed seeking to
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gather inebriates into their net. 1111111111""

The catches vary from two or threeto
150, and the brigade conveys its IMMMIIMUMfr
captures to the meeting house, and 1 t

here the work of reclamation is be- .41tttiuttttuv4nntvOOl\Wi\ L Co41uiissuttuuuunSSUMMER :

gun. J. T. Nowell, the secretary, in I ,

t an interview with a London Chronicle %1I. +(
representative, said it was foundto l MMMMemtM
% Low Round Rates
:
Trip
,
be very depressing work, but they l ,
had been able to get a fair percent- FROM JACKSONVILLE COOKING

age of.the men and women to reform St.Lni. $37.75 Clicif $43.50 Cbchuti $33.00
their habits. Deaver 5S.it St.pad 56.75 LssnvilUladiaupolis. 31.50
1111// ColtrtdoSprinri. 5S.il DolutkWiaaiptf. $1.51 L.osvdle 21.40 /
Into their net had come a number liii Salt Lab CQ 71.60 7S.7S Lnm'i I JUS
of university men, and one night they t YtIo1nt.P.rtlud106.00. 7S.H Tmut MooirealPttotkev.. .. .. 4S.JO 55.45 FrellC.Lick -. .. 3630 35.20 How do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitchen ;
who entitledto I Sunk 106.00 51.58 Toleda.41.10
captured a woman was tm Alleles SJ40 Mackiaac 53.00 Detroit. 43.50 hot and with wood coal do
call herself "Lady." She seemedto 7 1/ San Fnacbcs. SJ.50 Boffak- .47.43: CIaa.U4lU 47.40 stuffy a dirty or range, or you ;
Glacier Park 8I7S Niagara Falls!! .47.40 Mammoth CST 30.90
be in the very lowest depth, having / havea clean cool and comfortable Gas ?
Range
Low rates to other points in Colorado California Canada Minnesota ,
become a common tramp. "Wehad ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally
with low ratea from other points in tho State.
no influence Lady -
I Tickets on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
whatever" said Mr. Nowell "anc We offering reductions June and
'- VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT are some great during <
she left the hall to go on the tramp SPRINGS, ETC
t LAKE, COLORADO
again. The brigade took a great ,4't 1 Ip I Coin through St.Louis returning through Chicago, would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for you.

deal of trouble over this woman, and or vice versa.ralstopover.onallGcket*
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST three
it that led
was our private inquiries
I through train daily;choice of three different
her of title." I)
to identity as a lady routes.

Kansas City Star. -- I"" Three daily trains to the southwest through New
,A' I I Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. Orlando Water & Light Company i iH
Rock ballast. No dust No dirt. For handsome illustrated
Don't wait for every one in town t p I booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleeping
have Entrican, the painter, before car reservations and other information,address
you try. Am too busy to look yoi I I J H. C. BRETNEY, Gas DepartmentIttHIMMHIIMItrJtMtMIIHMHHMMMMMfMj
up. Phone 636, and I will be on th 1 \ FbriJa Pustaier Atot
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job. 1.20-tJ IMWerfbyStmt.JACKSONVILLE. 'III
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% ON"" "SAFE (Continued from page 1)

4' merely to pass it by. Now, this is
SAVINGS
DEPOSITBOXES unnecessary and inexcusable and
-: dangerous. With the exception of
i this one house the windows and doorsof
r INVESTING SMALL AMOUNTS AT 4 PERCENT the homes are screened; but in

INTEREST spite of screens and diligence and

cleanliness, the fly, made deadly by .:. ::.:.;.y, ': ::::,
I
.i: 't such a closet, will get in, and we who
, Suppose you have $100 you will not need for take every precaution for health and
cleanliness, must be at the of
= six months. How can you invest it safely, hare mercy
this menace for which we are not in
i it earn 4 per cent interest and then be able to
the least to blame. Wake up! Health
get the principal the day you need it? Inspector, come around, and give us a I : ,
.
Bring your money to the State Bank of Or- helping hand. The darling baby girl : ( ( : ;. '
l
lando. We will issue one of our Certficatcs of of one of our neighbors is now a victim I :: : MekicltelyFact
of fever through this negligenceand -
) Deposit for any amount you have to deposit, pay :
filth, and something must be -- .
you 4 per cent interest, pay you the principal I
done and done quickly, and if people il
t any day after three months. get typhoid and die, though we can't { '!

pack off these careless, dirty peopleto }
i: t The State Bank of Orlando be hung, it will be known in

Heaven who they are, and if they that each setting sun, brings us nearer the end.

don't refdorm you know where they
' ought to go. Now, Inspector, its up When your days are ended, what about your
): to you-or what? You are taking loved ones?
t great pains to have covered garbagecans.
'\ "This ought ye to have done, Today is yours! Let it not close without

.. -- and not to leave the other undone," making a start toward placing your home on a ; _
John V. Denton, expenditures $414, as saith the Scripture.You ,- business basis and
providing loved
[ EXPENSES: [S ARE[ borrowed money $35; Frank Clark, : your ones
All CANDIDATES
expenditures $412.01, borrowed wrote in jour paper some :; : ..: with a systematic plan for their maintenance ':. :

KNOWN !!SFiftO $250, contributions $6. money the months coming ago that of Mrs.there Crane was ,no of need Kala-of -:.':. .. now and hereafter.. ..:.;' i..-

:. I" Congressman, Third DistrictJohnP. mazoo, who has done so much to -., ., ": Let lIS help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you." .,;. ';'
Stokes $1,585.83 Emmett Wilson :
; clean up cities. Ha! ha! Well, you -
. Candidates for State and National $1,508.01. are still in the past when it comes to : ; t ;i
7i Offices Give Account of ... ..,.
Congressman, Fourth DistrictW.J. her. You do need her. There are
I : ;'
Expenditures Sears $1,269.95; St. Elmo W. Acosta healps of filth that need her diligence ': :
'" $596.30; Claude L'Engle $630.77; I I and intelligent, and don't be too proud / ... <>: : C- l" fi&

Tallahassee, Fla, June 17.-Candi- Albert Williamson, expenditures I to accept expert help if you can get -,- -
_, dates have filed with the secretary off $726.79, borrowed money $50; Wil- at There are open stables, filthy c .. -.-'. .I : ?
state, in accordance with the law, liam H. Malone, Jr., expenditures I back yards and closets that are a . ... ..'" '...'.. ... .
their respective statements covering $883.15, contributions $202. I I menace and a disgrace, not only to :' :
their campaign expenses in primary Commissioner of Agriculture their owners and users, but to the : 'I'Q' ; !
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election held June 2, as shown below. I A. McRae $703.61, borrowed money city and its officers. O 1 .r';, ". ,':' .. .. .II... D t .\ J '. :& 0"-
c The amounts shown are totals of $350; T. J. Appleyard, Jr., expendi- "Build you more lordly mansions, .-- .. .. '.. : .
$ their three separate statements required tures $1,638.96, indebtedness $689.50. 0 thou soul," : .:. '-:

to be filed. Just a few of the Railroad Commissioners-R. Hud- and remember that the visible manifestation . ... .
c; candidates given have not yet filed I'son Burr $108; Newton A. Blitch II is a token of the invisible .:'" '.::.:..:::: :. :,):-: '. -::: ):'.:F./ ::::.' -." f;::;;;, :. .: ...:...... .:-::.::-.< ;'Yf ..:: : ..... ".,!;.:::i..:::.':..:. :<: >" } L t ij5 :\ ':'

their third statements and amounts $108. character. .
opposite their names 'are totals of Besides, to return to the extermination -
;, only the two first statements. I I, State Attorney, Eleventh Judicial I of the fly, there is a germicideor HAUNTED BY OWN GHOST ,into the mysteries of the supernatural one day while he was standing before -
Circuit-John C. Gramling $72.
mirror. It then
Justices of the Supreme Court-T. chemical that has been used for \' a was quite
t M. Shackleford, $108; John C. Avery, Satte Attorney, Ninth Judicial Cir I I the destruction of the fly eggs, and it We often read nowadays of "auras"1 i According to the story, the Count's I''close to Turn, but later developed a
$661.50; William H. Ellis, expendi- cuit-J. Bowers Campbell $317.09; is recorded that it has been used suc- and of various mysterious manifes- "astral double" was his constant com- (spirit of greater independence and
R. H. Bupford $640 A. D. Carmichael content to remain at some distance -
tures $1,150.89, indebtedness $116.75. ; cessfully in closets and on manure tations of the ego, the soul, or spirit, panion; no matter where he was or .was
$299. I' from him for long periods of
United States Sen torDuncan U. heaps and where the fly propagates. but it is not often that this strange, what he was doing he was always
'% Fletcher, $3,775.15; John N. C. Stockton State Attorney, Eighth Judicial Probably the health department at wierd emanation or apparition is seen conscious, when awake of the time. Indeed once when the count

expenditures $3,652.62, Indebtedness I Circuit-A. V. Long $72.10. Washington, D. C., could furnish information by its owner or by others under ordi- ence of his spooky self. This pres-I attended a ball, his ghost remained
$31127, contributions 20421. State Attorney, Sixth Judicial Cir- and so the city might end nary conditions. The story is told of I Ily double of himself first contently in an adjoining room and
;: Congressman, First District-J. cuit-George W. Scofield, $556;J. C.I the fly and its menace. County Tryvdar-Burshinsky, a young appearance when he was a youth of appeared greatly interested in watch-
; :Fred 'DeBerry, expenditures $418.65, B. Koonce, expenditures $420, loans I F. E. B. Russian nobleman, who, though a per- 17 years. So faithfully and closely I'ing the dancing. That this spirit
7. borrowed money $300, contributions $110, contributions $10. fectly normal looking young man, had did it stay by him that he soon grew was no figment of his imaginationis
shown the fact that it was
$61.50; S. M. Sparkman $585.44; A. I If your paper is not delivered about him a peculiarity that excited so accustomed to it as nothing unus- I by
J. Angle $483.53.Congressman If you want your bicycle fixed ina promptly, don't fail to notify the office. the wonder and curiosity of his friends ual and to accept its presence. plainly visible to a number of hid +
hurry take it to Warman's Repair I I .friends, at the ball.-The
.; Second District- Shop. 12-5-tf. 'I Try the Sentinel Job Department. and of scientists who like to delve His wraith first appeared to him Pathfinder.guests

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don't seem so with the Yowell-Duckworth Company. Here is the greatest wonder of them all, something


: unique, something attractive, a great money saver. Our large buying capacity makes it possible.


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j 3 DAYS WEDI( rJ (ESDAY 1 THURSDAY R A AND D fRIDAY 3 DAYS



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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

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k 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


t 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


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

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big fall business. This will keep them busy for 3 days, we can assure them. .






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