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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Publisher: Josiah Ferris
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Creation Date: June 19, 1914
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914. NUMBER: 110.

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R ROOSEVELT[ T IS I CANDIDATE A fOR GOOD D ORDER KAISER AER SENATORS[ S SUSPICIOUS S OF f I[ All FOODSTUFFS D SH ijlDBf

\ THE[ UNITED[ STATES 1[ HAS DROPPED[ PRESIDENCY[ [ Y IN 1916 1 1 NICARAGUA A HIT

: THE COLLISSION WnH WELL r PROTECTED


?7 ARRANlA Will DEAL\ WI1H VillA Says He Will Accept Bull Moose '' Looks Like a Nice Little Scheme to

: I Nomination but Wants no I' THE INCEMORE i i iI Enrich a Few American f FROM FLIES

Minor Jobs i iI I Banking Houses
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HOPING THAT HE WILL BE $$500,000,000 fOR fARM lOAN J
j Southampton, Eng., June 18.-(Spe- LIFE BOATS WERE READY Washington, June 18.-The pro- SAYS :MRS. LAWRENCE IN

TRACTABLE AND ARE NOW AVAIlABlE ci Ex-President Roosevelt, just FOR IMMEDIATE USE posed treaty with Nicaragua, grant- COMMUNICATION: RELATIVE -
ARMISTICE before sailing for America today on ing the United States interoceaniccanal
TO
WITHIN TEN MINUTES TO THE FLY
4 the Imperator, announced that he and naval base concessions fora

. Are Prohibited From Loaning will accept the Progressive party's AFTER CRASH $3,000,000 payment and proposingthe QUESTION
.kPROBABLY nomination for the presidency in extension of a protectorate over
OFFERING G HIM ( for a Longer Term Than
t 1916. that republic, was again discussed to-

I I.t Five Years Colonel Rooseyelt said he was convinced : PASSENGERS TELL OF II[ COlUSmN day by the senate foreign relations MUST HAVE[ COURAGE[ OF CONVICTIONS

.t POSSIBLE THAT VILLA I that a most unhealthy state of -- committee.
I
MARCH ON SALTILLO I June 18.-John Skel- affairs existed and that a majority : ; Secretary Bean, and Charles A. '
I ..".. comptroller of the cur- : of the men of the nation want him to THE KAISER NOT BADLY Douglas, attorney for the Nicaraguan AND NOT BE AFRAID TO SPEAK

TAMPICO, THUS estimated today that about cure it. Roosevelt said he would not DAMAGED AND HER PASSENGERS government, further explained the RIGHT OUT WHEN A QUES-

CAMPAIGN OF in national banks accept the governorship of New York WILL COME TO terms of the treaty. A sharp fire of TION OF VITAL IMPORT-

ALISTS AGAINST the United States now is because he has not the time to be NEW YORK ON THE questions was directed at Mr. Doug- ANCE TO ALL IS

for farm mortgage loans sidetracked at Albany again, nor IMPERATORSouthampton las to develop if the main purpose of INVOLVED

Washington, June 18.-( ) the provision of the federal would be accept a United States sen- the pact was to continue the present

The administration has t act making it possible for atorship, because the suggestion is Nicaraguan government in power and
eral Pancho Villa as banking associations to lend preposterous. Eng., June 18.- if there was any relation between Editor Sentinel-I am still at the
d. Mexico and dropped General :I on improved farm lands. When the Kaiser Wilhelm II. of the that government and American bank- McEwan sanitarium, and as I am not
I 1 of inquiries concerning this North Line entered the allowed to raise head I afraid
,za with a bump. It is German-Lloyd ers. Senators interpreted the treatyto my am
;' Villa will be tractable when reach the treasury depart- THE[ GUERRERO G [ [ IS NOW AT ORT docks here this morning divers immediately mean that the United States would you will not find this very legible.
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f of his favor with the United daily and there does not seem began examination of her guarantee ,the maintenance of polit- However, I want to express myself

government, and that he will a general, understanding of the Of MAlATlAN[ I hull to ascertain what damage she ical conditions there as they now ex- on the fly crusade you are waging.To .

{ ing to send delegates to the loan clause of the act now in sustained below the water line in her ist and would lead to American su kill out the fly is the best sanitary -

S. -( conference. I making it possible for national collision yesterday with the British pervision of Nicaraguan elections. measure possible, but as it will

t to make farm loans before the With Surviving Prisoners of the steamer Incemore. Damage to her This proposal was not approved by take some time to accomplish, some
made
No
i attempt was
White House to conceal the organization of the federal re- Tampico-Honor Paid to Dead upper works apparently was only tri several senators, including some measure should be enforced to make
y.4% board. The estimate of Comp- fling. Democrats.Mr. every dealer in food stuffs cover these
tration's satisfaction over CommanderSan
Williams is based on reports ; from the deadly contact with the fly.
T,. fall of Carranza. His Arrangements were made to trans- Douglas explained that the
the capital stock and surplus fer the to the Mosquito nets are useless, they come
of desired such
refusing to yield to an passengers Imperator, people Nicaragua a
L/ Diego, Cal., June 18.-The fed- in such close the
banks to be $1,777,000- contact with food
brought him the dislike which is to leave Southampton for guaranty to prevent further revolu-
upon Twenty-five per cent of this eral gunboat Guerrero which sank New York that the germ laden feet of the flies
ident Wilson and Villa's today. tions and establish permanent and
or $444,250,000 is available the constitutionalist gunboat Tampico reach the food as easily as if it was
I
pushing him aside has given The captain of the Incemore declined stable government. He agreed thatit
farm loans. Furthermore the yesterday, arrived at Mazatlan today I not there. A boxing of light wood
to make statement to would tend to preserve in power
hope for he any as
L reserve act provides that na- with her colors at half mast in honorof and wire netting would not cost
for the at least, the adminis-
the collision but one of the crew of present
program. banks may grant farm loans Captain Malpico of the vanquishedvessel much, and would possibly be a life
tration in office.
that vessel said both steamers now
For the present the 33 1-3 per cent. of their time who committed suicide. 'I were saver. If there is no ordinance enforcing -
proceeding slowly at the time. Senator Smith of Michigan,broughtout
that further dissensions
may Banks with large deposits Constitutionalists picked up after I such a protection, there
tig ranks of the be able to far exceed the sum the sinking of the Tampico win) not I The first class dining saloon of the that 51 per cent. of the stock of should be at once, and if not done by

has been blinked aside. The I could lend on farms under the be turned over to the federal author- Kaiser Wilhelm II. was badly the Nicaraguan railroad had been i the city officials, the people should
tutionalist agency here is cent. clause and the estimate ities at Mazatlan, the Guerrero's offi- I drenched with water and the passen- bought by American bankers .for demand it.
and ,shortly be gers were compelled to take their $1,000,000 and that the other 49 percent
may decided to their
Williams is believed to be con- cers having spare We are too conservative, and fear
). It is intimated at the state lives. I breakfast today in a saloon on the has been hypothecated for a too much to hurt people's feelings.
like
ment that Villa and [ loans under this act are not Captain Malpico formerly was a upper deck. sum. Some weeks ago I published in the
-r been-reconciled and that made for longer than five years !'lieutenant in the Mexican navy and !, Passengers Tell of Collisioni Mr. Bryan and Mr. Douglas will Reporter-Star above my own signa-

I marching at the head of the I the amount of each loan is not toward him and his men the Guer- i A. G. Earns, of Chico, Cal., a pas- appear before the committee again ture a protest against allowing a cer-

the front, btft this i 50 per cent. of the actual rero's crew are said to entertain a senger of the Kaiser, said: Monday. tain bakery in town to keep their
i not official and appears to of the farm offered as security. !I brotherly feeling. The United States
i I "I was in my cabin when I hearda cakes and pies uncovered and where
of the of the state 'cruiser' New Orleans and the
optimism destroyer -
I sound like the report of a cannon. the flies could get at them. I have
arrived here with the Guer- [EMPRESS Of IRELAND STOPPED
mentIt Perry
these cakes and
i My steward entered immediately afterward I personally seen same
is feared that Villa has KillED BY BIG AlliGATOR Gi rero, the New Orleans having six and said pies covered with flies that they
I they were closing so
WHEN STORSTAIJSTRUCK R HR[ I
the concessions from the
granted :wounded men Tampico
the water tight compartments and looked like raisin or currant cake, and
demanded from Carranza, and IN WITI1ACOOCE[ Hi H[[ I aboard. I
that if I did not hurry I should be have seen these same things purchased -
will march on Saltillo and I I When the Tampico began to sink I
I .- shut in. and eaten by the school chil-I II
.control of Tampico. This j ji Captain Malnico and a number of the I' The Testimony of Passengers Is to LL
i \\hen I reached the deck I found dren. i told 01 all mis, ut 1'k e: merest
b ter the campaign against While in Swimming and ': crew attempted to escape in a launch. I I i I the first and second class the Effect That Steamer Was I I of the world was too cowardlyto

This contingency is reported 8)J Carried to Bottom-Body |! The Guerrero gave chase but did not II behaving very coolly but passengers there was Almost Stationary put the name of the bakery.in my
which fire the boat which I I
reaching
patches are on was soon over- alone.
Not Recovered : great excitement among the steerage I.article, for I was figuratively
department, and is causing hauled and captured. As the launch.I
will demand
!j I The shriek- Canada June 18. The i Now if the city managers -
passengers. women were Quebec, r
est ,anxiety and George was being brought alongside the I
these food stuffs should be covered -
ing and and the commission that is the
crying
the state department's agent Fla., June 18.-Larue Gid- Guerrero Captain Malpico committed men runningi investigating ,
tillo, has been instructed to an automobile dealer of this suicide. I i about aimlessly waving their hands. loss of the Empress of Ireland calledas and will publish the names of
those who fail to obey, we can hope
S attenion from Carranza to is back from a fishing trip on The constitutionalists have evacu- i i "One woman who I believe was an a witness today George Smart, a
for the fly crusade to bring results
Withlacoochee with of ''Italian' threw her around passenger on the wrecked steamship. ,
the hope of averting the a story ated Piedras island in Mazatlan har- army my evil
for it is only by meeting the at
moralization of the a youth, whose name he did not bor, fearing a bombardment by the I I neck and I had to force her off. Smart confirmed Captain Kendall's be
I every point, that any good can ex-
plans. I I but who lived near the Hills- Guerrero.The i "I can not understand how the col- assertion that the Empress was prac- all
pected. "Swat the fly" by means,
the time of the
at
The whereabouts of county line, was killed Pacific Mail steamer City of lision occurred because our fog signal tically stationary him from"swatting"
but in the meantime keep
collision. He said he awakenedby
unknown. Officials here alligator in the Withlacoochee, i Para, northward bound, is due here was sounding all the time. We had was the
I the shock and when he his us by forcing cover-
is at,Saltillo or Monterey, afternoon. Mr. Giddens says I Il tomorrow. It will pick up at Mazat- I! come almost to a standstill and had ) put I read the letterof
of food stuffs.
ing
head out of the hole he the
have nothing definite. !l party camped near Alligator : lan a large number of passengers including i just started moving again when we port saw issue and
I F. E. B. in the Thursday ,
Storstad close at hand and at
and the Withlacoochee. The ; right
The state department many Americans. They will were struck. with his ideas of
I heartily san-
fess not to be alarmed over party was in camp close by.]i be carried out to the steamer by D. M. von Schilling, of Hampton, angles to the hull of the Empress. agree he used
itation, only it is a pity only
I ,
burst of the Huerta Monday the men of the other boats from the American warships.S. I Va., who was on deck when the vessels John W. Black, a second cabin pas- do
his initials. If we expect to any
agara. They declare that :( seined for fish in the creek. ]I I struck, ,said: senger on the Empress, testified good we must have the courage of

ican representatives will | they had hauled out their net S. PLANTER DESTROYED BY I "I was in the smoking saloon when briefly, then Lord Mersey ruled that opinions. However, I believe the

,h ficulty in proving to the secured their fish, the youth who I FIRE I heard two blasts of a whistle on the it would be of no value to examineany bakery our he tells of is the bete noir I

Li' egates that any Mexican became the alligator's victim TAmpa, Fla., June 18.-The steamer 'I starboard side of the Kaiser Wil- more passengers. am fighting, so here is to him, and I
ings to Huerta would be to the river and plunged in Planter, of the Towles Line, was I helm. I immediately went on deck. Robert Henry Brennan, second en- am his staunch ally.
as provisional president. bath. He went alone. A short I i burned to the water's edge while lying |lOur vessel was blowing signal blasts. gineer of the Empress, gave an account LULU HAYES LAWRENCE.

afterwards the men in the two I at anchor off Fort Myers this '! I heard two more blasts a little closer I II ( of the signals received by tele- .

HUERTA DELEGATES were startled to hear him morning. The vessel is a total loss. I j and then about 200 yards off saw the graph from the bridge. He said that
CRITICISE THIS COU\ They rushed to the bank I'I She was valued at $45,000. Only a 'dim outline of a steamer coming out seven or eight minutes before the ADMIRAL FLETCHER IS SUMMONED -

Niagara Falls, June 18. in time to see him go under, a I II watchman was on board. He escaped. of the fog. 'collision they received orders to stop TO WASHINGTON

Lamar was1 at. work early ( alligator having him by the I,The Plant plied in the coastwise trade : "I could see instantly that the vessel and go full speed astern. The ship

,: a reply the statement The water was stained with, between *' npa and Fort Myers. The was bound to hit us and she was had been going astern for three min- Washington, June 18Special.( )
night by Emilio Rabasa of The alligator and his victim I II cause of the fire is unknown. heading for the spot where I was utes when they were ordered to stop. Admiral Fletcher has been asked by

.} ican delegation but waited I disappeared in the dark standing. I ran. He said there was no lack of disci- Secretary of the Navy Daniels to

President Wilson and ( of the swift flowing stream BASEBALL RESULTS "She struck up amidships and I dis- pline. After the impact an order was I come to Washington. He leaves Vera

an as to whether it should neither was seen again. It was National League tinctly saw the bows of the Incemore given to close all watertight bulk Cruz tomorrow and will arrive here

,public.Mr. ., I: the first time the 'gator had been Philadelphia 12, Chicago 4. II crumple up while the men on her deck heads immediately the water ap I next Friday. Secretary Daniels said

Rabasa's statement by the campers. On Saturday I, Boston 5, St. Louis 6. were thrown flat by the force of the peared and as far as he could see this today that Admiral Fletcher's long

aphrase of a memorandum they heard a pig I Brooklyn J, Cincinnati 4. I impact. It seemed to me at the moment order was carried out. I service at Vera Cruz entitled him to
the American delegates last ; of the party rushed to squeal.j I New York 3, Pittsburg 4. of the collision that the enginesof "When did the engineers leave the a vacation and that he desires a per-

,' criticising their plan for saw a big alligator dragging a American League r the Incemore were stopped as I engine room?" I sonal report from Admiral Fletcher

ment of a provisional pig under water. Just as the : Chicago 0, Boston 8. could see no movement of her pro- "When the lights went out. Every- on conditions at Vera Cruz, and to

The statement declared disappeared he fired at it with : Detroit 4, Washington 2. f I I pellers. body stayed their until there was get from him his views upon the

ence by the United States p The pig rose to the surface : Geveland-New York; rain. "The discipline on board the Kaiser nothing more to be done." Mexican political situation.

stitutionalist for : its hind quarters and died onI I I St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 5. i j Wilhelm was perfect. The lifeboats The witness said it would take Secretary Daniels will take Ad-
den would be "tantamount bank. Federal League I I bad been cleared and were ready for about an hour to get their full speed I miral Fletcher to the White House

ting, and even exacting, j Chicago 3, Pittsburg 2. ;lowering within ten minutes. from a dead stop. The throttle had for a conference with President Wil-

violence at the elections. FLETCHER INTRODUCES : Indianapolis 5, Buffalo 3. !1! "We expected to have to take to never been thrown wide open after I son. Admiral Badger, who retires on

There was much TO PROMOTE TRADE :: Kansas City 2, Baltimore 0. 1 the boats as the impact was so great leaving Father Point, he said, as the July first, will be succeeded by Ad-

the reason for publishing June 18.-(Special)- : St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 6. j that serious damage seemed certain. ship had not gained sufficient head- miral Fletcher, but will remain at

can statement at this D. U. Fletcher, of Florida, Southern League "The Kaiser Wilhelm II. stoppedfor way to permit it. Vera Cruz until Admiral Fletcher's

American delegates were not in the senate this after- Memphis 6, Chattanooga 2. half an hour after the collision Senior Third Engineer Liddell, who return about July fifteenth.

but they thought the notice a bill to incorporate in the Dis- Birmingham 9, New Orleans 2. I while the Incemore slipped back into had charge of the engines on the star-

lication of the substance of of Columbia a chamber of com Atlanta-Nashville; rain. I the fog and we did not see her board side of the ship, corroborated The Escambia County Fair associa-

orandum to which a reply of the United States to pro- Montgomery-Mobile; rain. I again." the testimony of Brennan. tion has secured the best line of

ready been given should trade and commercial inter- South Atlantic League I amusement features and free attrac-

conveyed to them so that a throughout the country. A Augusta 2, Charleston 1. I A fine line of 50 bound books just : THE WEATHER tions for the 1914 fair to be held in

could have been published at list of prominent men are named Columbia 5, Savannah 3. I received. Call and look them over. Florida: Local thunder showers Pensacola that has ever been brought

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S' Winter Park, Fla., June 17.-The An interesting story might be writ- ( .) Events.

almost universal need of the hour is ten anent the "harvest hands" who

rain. Local showers have relievedthe flocked into Oklahoma and Kansas $3.00 REWARD ; ,.11111.111111111111111.111111.1..1..111111101'1"1' "

situation in many places but'the during the past two weeks-a story
dry weather is so long continued thata tracing the devious windings of poverty Lost between end of Marl on San-

shower is of very short duration want and woe. Like migratorybirds ford road and New Lucerne hotel, pairof M

=a and soon loses its good effect. Manyare obeying the seasons' call, they eye glasses in dark red leathercase GRAND THEATERCOOLEST

watering their groves and many came in droves-literally tens of marked Gall and Lembke, 5 E.
42nd St. N. Y. Above reward will
more would be glad to do so if it thousands unemployed, all eager for
work and be paid on return of glasses to New-
mostly penniless
were possible. Tuesday was the first jet
9 day to experience the dry, hot winds, with a sturdy tenacity for life almost Lucerne hotel. 6-17-lt

such as one feels in Texas and the heroic in contemplation. SPOT IN THE TOWN

prairie country, and the effect of The hundreds who thronged into DR. A. B. WHITMAN

such wind is soon noticed on all veg Enid were but a handful of the thou- I .. 11,0,1.1111,11,1,1. . .

etation. We hope for the wet seasonto sands scattered over the two states. !i| DE 'TIS1t

begin at once. Later "It's done They were not hoboes-for hoboes are
come." not looking for work-but nine out of TODAY"The
East End Charleston Block, up-stairs /
The most interestnig and exciting ten were actual, earnest seekers after

baseball game of the season was opportunity for honest toil. For the !

played on the local grounds between most part they were boys, ranging Helpful Sisterhood Vitagraph drama in two
DR. F. C. BOARDMAK ,
the home team and Winter Garden from sixteen years to the early twen

last Thursday afternoon. It was a ties. There were a few bummers, of DENTIST parts, featuring Norma Talmadge and Van Dyke Brook

pitcher's battle for the first six innings course, but nobody who saw those

in the three boys come into town-hot and dusty,
resulting one, two, Boardman Building
order: and looked like anybody'sgame. earnest and thoughtful-plodding not "
Winter Park .then "found" to unearned rest-but to grinding Office Hours "When Thieves Fall Out, Selig drama.

I the pitcher for three runs, but work under a hot sun-could not but I 8.30tol2OU 1:1(1 to 4tOj

through a streak or wild throws and feel the most sincere concernnotfor i Telephone 540

errors allowed Winter Garden to tie the men themselves exactly-although I "His Indian Nemesis," Kalem drama. The Indians

the It tied in the they deserved the utmost con- j
score. was again
eighth. Winter Garden scored in sideration-but concern for the industrial 'I enjoy peace and happiness until the coming of the paleface -

their half and Winter Park made two condition represented.

4' runs, closing the game six to five in Nobody who saw the influx of the 300 .

favor of the home team. We hope "harvest hands" will ever forget the

: the W. G. team will put in training pinched, half-fed expression of those ARTICLES

s another umpire, for it is too bad to boys who came not to beg but to work 300 GOOD MUSIC.

allow such a fair lot of players to be ind work hard-asking nothing but = ILLUSTPA

misjudged by a partisan umpire.Mr. the chance to work, even if but for a TIONS
short time. They were willing to :,
and Mrs. C. H. Ward, their
a sons, C. Fred, H. A. and R. 0., with turn a hand at anything to procure a CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
meal, even agreeing to work for their Popular Mechanics
the families of the former two, Mr. I
board until actual harvest work be-
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;: and Mrs. James Campbell and family, Magazine
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;; and Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Enlow and gan.Whence "WntTTTN: SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT*
they and whither will 'LL llll""IIIIIIlllllllli'llllll111"I 'I"'III' tltI1't
came lj"'I'ill'I" '
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GREAT Continued Siory of
family enjoyed a most delightful picnic A tSeWorld's 11111111111111
they go? How will they live the remaining -l Progress which you may begin readingat G.IIIIII.II.I.IIIIDIIIIIISIII'IIIIIII..I.III.II111111'1111
banquet in Morse park last Friday any time, and which will hold your
eleven months of the year? interest forever. You living
are in the best

forty-second evening, the anniversary occasion being of their the What sent-what home tragedies do sorrow they repre and I A doubtless year resident of the the most of greatest Mars wonderful world would in age gladly the,of universe.what pay-is '.. . . .. . .. . .= ; ; ; : ; ;: : : ; : : : : :::::,: ::::: ::: :: : ::::::::::: ::

poverty,
marriage and the thirty-sixth birth- I flfln PORONEYEAR-S ;
want? $1
day anniversary of H. A. Ward. The I I SUBSCRIPTIONto
The subject is one for thoughtful this magazinein order to keep informed of
company parted wishing many returns our progress m Engineering and Mechanics.
of the day and that each consideration, the tragedy consistingin Are you reading it? Two millions of your
anniversary
neighbors are, and it is the favorite maga-
that it possible to bring together
were -
may be better than the zine m thousands of the best American
such a vast army of earnest homes. It appeals to all classes-old and Condensed report of the
z last. young-men and women.
workers, eager even for one month's The "Shop Hotel" Department (20
pares)
; A large audience listened to the gives easy ways to do things-how to make
work-an army which walked hundreds useful articles for home and shop,
Children's Day at the Congregational repairs etc. BANK & TRUST CO.
program ORLANDO
of dusty miles just to"get a Amateur Mechanic(10 pages)tells bow to
'
church last make Mission furniture wireless outfits.boats
Sunday night chance to toil. It occurs to us that if engines,magic and all the things a boy love] .
{ and many testified to their appreciation industrial conditions economic- $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS
were
AJt tevideaJcr to bow
of the same. ally adjusted it would be impossible to WRIT roar R FREE SAMPLE COPY rw on*TODAY or at close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith

Rev. C. E. Enlow began his vacation lure such throngs to the harvest fields POP. BAR MECHANICS CO.
; last Monday, which will be spent because they would have employment 318 W.Washington Sc.CHICAGOAn Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida.

out at the farm fishing, Shoring and at home-at least the larger portionof

r general reading. The Sunday school them. And others would have a

and Christian Endeavor society will chance at something in the immediate

hold their services at the usual time vicinity which would almost prevent

=, and place and Rev. Mr. Barze will them from leaving for other places. RESOURCES LIABILITIES

preach, at the M. E. church, at 11a. The labor problem is the greatest Yn Woman\ ?

m. and 7:30 p. m., as well as problem in the United States, and the .
Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 Capital $100,000.00
conduct the prayer meeting Wednesday hardest one to bring to the attention

evenings at 7:30 o'clock. : of a well-fed, well: -housed automobile Overdrafts 617.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 31,121.37

The new residence of our postmaster administration. Yet there is undenia
Mr. Girard N. Denning and wife, bly something wrong with the nation's Tako Stocks and Bonds 26018.33 Deposits 585,497.65

is rapidly taking shape and gettnig Gardui Real Estate, Fur. and Fixtures :26487.37 Due to Banks and Bankers, 8,378.97
ready for occupancy.
nice have gone up into Georgia on Cash on Hand and Due from
Messrs. C. H. and H. A. Ward have
a visit to relatives.
5 sold their half interest in the store of Banks 301,970.31
The W. C. T. U. held a very inter '
C. H. Ward & Sons to Mr. Arthur esting mothers' meeting Tuesday The! oman's Tonic --

Schultz, fro-i whom, with his brother which r
afternoon at the Boy Scouts
W. H., the store was purchased gave demonstration of some of their ----- Total $727,997.99 Total $727,997,99 ; ;

a little over a year ago. Arthur,"
work and those present pronouncethe
a hustler and with Mr. C. Fred they occasion as the best they ever FOR SALE AT AI
will make a combination that is not saw or even smelled or tasted. 11CHUGSISTSF4 GEO. E. NOLAN
only hard to beat but hard to equal. ,

President W. F. Blackman left for - -

St. Augustine last week, where he Cashier. :

gave an address, then on to New "STARVING DEATH"Was

York, stopping off to visit the University i.-1. ,

of Virginia. Mrs. Blackman

expects to go soon. Mrs. Bell of Florida When
a The *+.. ... .. .. . . .. .
Misses Guild have gone for a l'I'III"I'tI; :. . . . 'IIIIII..II..lo'.e.OI..III..
vacation in Massachusetts. She Began Taking Peruna.

;% Mrs. Hoffman, at the college din-
"
*
Ing hall, had the misfortune to dislocate Tes. I was starving to death," we heard from her December 1J12, t ill I f
and fracture her elbow one day said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce she was still a friend of Peruna
3 last week. Florida, Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof | For Sale
take Peruna. I could not eat any. the stomach see "Ills of Life sent
The C. E. society of the Congregational thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Penina Co., Columbus,
soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. ---
church had stand -
a at the
very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
ball game last Thursday afternoon, acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8-roqm i i ii w
serving ice cream cones, candy,, orange was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the same ;
j ade, pop, and watermelon, and doctors had been employed but gave as the nose and throat Catarrh of i House 2 doors : :I
me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derangethe
they not only accommodated the
pub growing worse. functions of these organs. The
: lic but helped their treasury as well. I Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. : west of Wyom- : : load
r The new golf course begins to weara The food lying In the stomach, even Just arrived car
my despair I caught at every for a short time without digestion : Hotel. Bar- : :
shade of ing
green where the Bermuda straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro- FORDS for immediate -
I grass was planted and makes a much some account of Peruna. There was duces gas and Irritation.
more attractive a testimonial from a woman who had j gain. !
appearance to that
Food Sours In delivery.Get
of been troubled much like myself. I the StomachA __ .
part town.
concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is .
; Mr. Keezel and members of the absorbed into the system by the blood I <
I to Dr. Hartman.
family have been taking an excursion "At the Wrote same time I wrote to Dr. vessels of the stomach. This poisons : A. L. Bentley, j | yours now .
the whole system, producing a coadlI
back into
childhood days just to Hartman. He pronounced
E how it feels. He says ,it was only see catarrh of the stomach and my bowels.case self tion poisoning.now known The as autointoxication fermenting, Irritating ; : 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE | | F. G. RUSH,

mumps! X soon began taking Peruna. At mass, as it passes down into Phone 226
I began to improve. After taking .11111111111111111.1111.
once j"
the bowels irritates the bowels
Mrs. Merrill producing -
mother of
Mrs. Betts
half a bottle my stomach"was so
sometimes a chronic diarrhea
is convalescing from that I could eat "
a week's sick improved some.
sometimes producing the
very oppo-
ness I Began to Recover. site constipation.The I.1111111111111111111111111.I"I r

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shacldeford and Then this good housewife goes on average dyspepsia medicine : SUMMER TIME IS
Mrs. E. E. Turner were received into to narrate in detail her rapid improvement helps to artificially digest the food. I,
and final She Even when such medicine does its .
membership of the Congregational Bald "After taking two recovery.bottles of Pe work it is only temporary. A perma- ,: FLY TIMEAre
t church last Sunday.Dr. runa 1 was strong enough to stand up' ment relief can only be expected when I1
Trovillion writes that it is so to wash the dishes." When she began the catarrh is overcome. I those windows screen
hot and dry up in Illinois that he is taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. ed yet? Patented detach-
}" pounds. After she had taken five used on all I
able
hangers
not enjoying his vacation, but we suspect The symptoms of catarrh of the
bottles of Peruna she weighed 122
' stomach are: First, heartburn. Second screens. No ladder needed
it is a case of "sand in his shoes" pounds. She concludes by saying
food rises In throat after meals.Third to take off or put on
and Florida is "drawing." that she Is wellIt
sour stomach. Fourth heavy windows.
What promised to be a very inter Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach when washing

; esting game of baseball between Wink The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth palpitation R ]. WALDRON
of heart Seventh digestion -
Quotations were made was received poor
ter Park and Sanford, on the local January 29, 1901. In a later letter have dyspepsia. Eighth, Contractor and Builder I
grounds, was called in the third inning written September 11. 190., she says tongue coated light brown. Ninth, WOOD, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
Tuesday afternoon, on accountof "I sing the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 West Street4HHMIMIMMMMMH Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
It Is used deal in Tenth cannot bear tight clothes Quick deiinry. Cash.
the rain, the then near. a great our : Apopka Plant
.
score standing Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
around waist
vicinity. This seems to be a bad Co., Apopka, Fla. 5.24.
3 to 0 in favor of Winter i,
L Park. place for catarrh." We have received People who object to liquid mdi ,
: Mrs. R. L. Betts and daughter Eu- letters from her since. The last time cine can now obtain Peruna Tablet Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf I! Job printing at the Sentinel Subscribe for the SentinelWI .- ;',


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a HOW TO SAVE LEFTOVERS. (By Frank G. Menke) I Conway, June 18.-Mrs. W. Gill 3l jiyur.,>> C > IJr t
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a nIt New York, June 18.-A baseball died at the Church Home and Hos-
Don't tfcronout fat after frying 'I
Economy
A' or toiling |pork or bacon but :t$ game won in April or May, counts pital, after a brief illness on Tuesday

a: keep until there I is a quart ort just as much as one that's garneredn January 16, and was laid to rest in For Any Kind of a Letter File

HintsA more; then simmer over slow fire :'I : September or October, but a bunchof the Conway Episcopal cemetery on ,
ap till fat to bubble. Turn off 't
ceases games won in the early part of Wednesday morning.

$ clear fat fnmi the sediment The Ifat'malws the'season seem to handicap a team's I. Many friends and neighbors attended Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -
: excellent shortening 9X
A penny saved is chances for the pennant. the funeral service which was conducted in a file save several dol-
Don't forget that a dirty ovenis j may you
earnedriI It has been the almost invariablerule by Rev. Remsen of Orlando
I penny I[ liable to spoil the flavor of iIi ,
Benjamin Franklin. anything cooked in It.* :JjJ in baseball that the teams that in a very impressive manner. Mr. lars in money by keeping your receipts in

Don't put pastry into slow got a big lead at the outset hit the and Mrs. Gill and family came from easy reference or may save more than that

ti oven; the fat will melt out and :. chutes later on and skidded off into the County of Devon, Eng., several

How to Take Care of the Piano.THE t.J[ the pastry will be hard. 3 some remote position in the standingof years ago, and have been residentsof in valuable time not to mention the annoy-
Don't throw milk
ao away sour ; jrJ
piano Is often neglected by J[ it will make sweet light bread I the clubs. this place for some time. ance of being unable to find the paper you
The Pirates and to Mrs. Gill possessed an artistic
Tigers got away
otherwise careful house- tt griddlecakes tea cakes and pas- X
for the simple reason that J try. x* a fine start during the first monthsof temperament and loved all things wish just at the time you need it.

her attention Is seldom, If ever It Don't waste cold vegetables; 9 this season and then they crumpled.The bright and beautiful, especially

Called to its care. It seems to some It I fritters. purees and salads can be I pace-making had been too hard. flowers, of which she cultivated many W. S. BRANCH

the tuner arrives periodically and.the excellently made from them. 9 Later on they may do a come-back, rare and beautiful varieties to adorn ,

Instrument is carefully dusted that is fSl' w.R'it'wSl'A A91k AStif 7171i/71 Akti{ but the law of baseball's past seemsto her home. It was a fitting tribute to

all there is to the care of the piano. forbid it. her memory that loving hearts and The Arcade Book and Music Store

However the piano is a very delicate RENOVATING A HOUSE.How The Cincinnati Reds "blew" them- hands should cover her grave with

Instrument as all musicians know,and selves to a nice lead in the first the bright blossoms of the summer-

requires very watchful care. The first to Make an Old Dwelling Clean time.
cracked.
month of 1911-and then they _* __ f-
and '
consideration is the position of the Sanitary. The Brooklyn Dodgers zipped She was most devoted to her home,
piano. Often the only object in placinga Do you remember what Nathaniel
at clip through the her husband and son and delighted to
along a
piano is to have the best light fall on Hawthorne says in "The House of the merry
first four weeks of 1912. And then receive and,entertain friends as longas
the music rack. But the should
pinf Seven Gables"-that each generationis Hammond &

when the her health permitted. One daughter ore
not be placed too near the outer wall entitled to new houses that old just Brooklynites were

the fireplace or radiator, as it is subjectto houses are tainted with old ideas and dreaming World Series dreams the and several granchildren residein

the influences of the atmosphere. unpleasant reminders of their past? qpset came and the Dodgers finished England, whose hearts will be FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
Extreme heat and extreme cold
are to learn of her death
deeply grieved
That is just the way every housekeeper in second division.
very harmful to' the piano. If one feels when moving day comes. Back in 1905 the Naps led by over -she was about seventy-eight and
wishes to have a musical instrument in
Moving is bad enough at best but 100 points until June time. And then from the home where she received the VALUES LOW PRICES
the best of condition and to keep it so
an even temperature should be maintained it is surely more difficult when the the reversal came and they ended the 'ost devoted love and care, she pass-
house to be moved into Is old than COMPARE
in the room where it stands ft season at the tail end of the first division ed to the home eternal.
when it is new. However intelligently
there is too much moisture in the at- Last week we received visits from
directed cleaning will do wondersto
mosphere the wires become rusty if of Orlando's citizens OUR FURNITURE -
freshen up old and dingy rooms and The Tigers lost only two of the some prominent
there is too much heat the musical adjustment
Messrs. W. R. O'Neill G. L. Do-
to remove any stains or spots that first twenty games played in 1911 ,
will be
injured well the
wood in the case. as as have been r"Jrelslllert in rooms that and looked powerful enough to keepit live and Jay Campbell. They were We provide the quality of furniture that has long

The rusting of the wires can be presented have been refurbished. up. Then the boomerang connectedon out on business. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

sprinkling them with lime or It mortar or paint has been spattered its homeward journey and the Ti- Mr. Hodges has an engine and saw standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

*>y placing a bag of unslaked lime in on the window glass it can be removed gers were never again in the fight. working up his fallen timber, while wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

:the interior to absorb the moisture in with boiling hot vinegar applied The Giants harpooned a 16-game lead his logs are hauled to the Beck saw- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
the air. with a heavy cloth and after the this business and that means much to
mill for lumber. any buyer.
in 1912 and then the game winning
When the atmosphere becomes too paint or mortar is entirely removedthe
dry it is well to have a plant la the window should be washed in the machinery went out of order. The The Back Paine Co., propose mov-

that regular manner.If Cubs came thundering along and ing their saw mill outfit to Lake Bar-
room requires plenty of water. If MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK
there is a hot air radiator in the rooma there is a choking odor of fresh carved down most of the lead and tow, about four miles north of this ,

bowl or little kettle"of water should paint in the house it will be largely absorbed looked good to jump into first place place. At present they are engagedin Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

be: suspended by a hook in the radiator by pails or tubs or jardinieresof when they, too, began to skid. This cutting the Strenber timber. Their I.
pipe. Heavy articles should never be water containing each a handful of J
yards are piled high with lumber of
their
chance
the Giants a to get
which should be left in the gave
placed on top of the piano, nor should hay rooms .
music or books be piled there either. which have been painted for twenty- sea legs again and they slipped un- every description. This is a good opportunity -

The keys should be wiped dally, four hours. der the October wire ahead of the to get lumber by those

'when the piano Is dusted with a cloth Grease stains can be removed from field But even with that 16gamelead who contemplate building. tlllllllllllllllllll.I..II..I.I.II..II..I.JWe

0 dampened: with alcohol If this planis the floors by making a mixture of a it was a close squeak.

followed there is less likelihood of quarter of a pound each of pearl ash The citrus exchange here is aboutto

,their turning yellow. It the keys are and fuller's ash and a quart of boiling Will Put the Reinsof
Is this early spurt stuff a hoodoo? complete and equip a new pack
soiled cloth water. This should be spread on the
; in
a dipped whiting and
house which will be the best in
There's much ado about the new ing ,
floor and left there for twenty-four
'rubbed
with alcohol will be found excellent -
for cleaning them. When the hours and then the floor should be pitching devise that was invented bya the State. Also it will be perhaps the Success in Your

;i keys have become very yellow and washed with hot water in which wash- Princeton personage. There's noth- "sjest, laving a floor space of 70x

need to be bleached try the following: ing soda a little of it has been dis ing new in that as we view the sit- 186 feet. This packing house will be

[Make paste of unslaked lime and solved.If uation. Haven't we had "new men" equipped throughout with machinerymade HandsHow
of the drains from sinks and
bran water. It should be applied and any pitching for the past 10'years? Nor and sold by L. B, Skinner Manufacturing -
wash basins to be
seem clogged they
then allowed be rubbed to dry off slightly.with a It cloth should and can be cleansed with washing soda. A can we se anything new in the fact Company at its plant on ? By furnishing you with : ;

lot of it should be crumbled Into the that this Princeton "pitcher" has no Tarpon avenue, in Dunedin. Careful
magnesia powder applied to the keys
until dry. In a few minutes the keys pipe and then bubbling boiling water head. There are a lot of pitchers in inquiry has satisfied the managers of a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; ;
should bt slowly poured over It. This who simi- the house that this machinery be
can be polished to high luster. the big leagues today are may
Then care should be taken to prevent solution will clean the pipe from larly equipped-or rather, nonequipped. depended upon to give satisfactionand call on you. He will give you a :
grease, and if it seems still clogged aplumber's
moths getting into the piano. to enable them to put on the mar-
attention will probably reveal formula that will make and mature ; ;
Prevention Is always worth while. In ket thoroubhly first class grades of
the presence of solid substanceshair -
this case the carpet under the piano fruit. Umatilla Note in Times Union
or dust or bits of paper or cloth. The reason that there is less inter- fruit.
should be sprinkled with camphor and your
Any enameled surface like a sink or I terest in the Federal League race thanin .
ground moth balls placed on the floor
wash basin bathtub be effectually -
or can
underneath. A bag of camphor balls the American or National, accord-
cleaned with rubbed
gasoline on
should be suspended inside the piano. with a wooden cloth. Soap and water I ing to some folks, is this: series players if it did, for they usually -

If moths do get Into the piano makea which What are the Feds going to do with count on about $3,500 for their
there is little
in a ammonia are
mixture of benzine and turpentine, usually' effective in cleaning enameled the pennant when it is won? share if then win and $3,000 or so,

using seven parts of benzine to one of surfaces but if they are badly stainedthe Which is a pretty good reason at if they lose. T m rn Fertilizer r
turpentine and add a drop or two of Jli
will i !
,lavender water. Use a small scent gasoline be found better. that. The interest in the Americanand If the World Series attendance ,
Brass that is badly stained can best is keen shows decrease to with
National Leagues always a correspond
i spray or an old syringe to squirt thlq be cleaned with one of the regular ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAIllllllllllllllllllllelllllllllllllllllllllllllll.ttt;
Into the piano. because of the World Series that follows the general decrease all over both
brass pastes. It can then be polishedwith
Dealers in pianos say that the best a flannel and a little whiting it it the end of the regular season. circuits this year the boys may haveto

way as well as the most satisfactory was in an especially bad condition. In the case of the Feds they can't struggle along during the winter

,way to clean a piano is simply to Nickel can be cleaned with whiting and burst into a World series-not this with just about half of what they

wash it in lukewarm water, drying vinegar If it is too badly stained to be '"
year, at least. have been hoping to get. .11111111111111111",1"0,1111.1,111111111 "
each part briskly and rubbing it thor cleaned! with hot water which really

oughly just after it is washed. A ought to keep nickel in good condition.
chamois skin can be used to advantagehere. Zinc can Lost he cleaned with turpen One of the sport writers, who is Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin-

This method leaves the polish tine. Any amount of rubbing with the extremely friendly toward organized fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, COW PEAS

absolutely uninjured. The piano tuner usual cleansing powders may be unavailing baseball and who has been predicting Empire building. 5-27-lm j

usually. polishes the wood with alcohol in the case of zinc but turpentine a horrible end for the Feds, is just -- .

liV.t this requires great care and skill! Is effective. now borrowing more trouble for the RHEUMATIC SUFFERERSSHOULD
to prevent the wood from burning.
Gilmore crowd. Quite recently he USE

How Dishwashing Becomes an Art. I discovered that if the Feds sign up
How to Utilize Worn Lace Curtains. II The art of dishwashing has become the at 5 DROPSThe \Ve have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB
Walter Johnson, "Speed King, !
The housewife who is the owner of almost extinct in this rapid age when I

some really pretty old lace curtains the only way to do a thing is to do it $100,000 for a three-year period, Best Remedy HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-

has in them valuable materials for once and have it over. Yet real dishwashing "They will be taking desperate FOP all forms of

economical decorative needlework if is an artDishwashing chances." ing quantity desired. Price sure right.

the fairly good parts of the curtain requires two dishpans He figures that Johnson's arn>' RheumatismLUMBAGO.
material of
full line of crate
display effective designs. one in which to wash and the other to those We carry constantly a
might go on the fritz before
If the design is small and dainty rinse the dishes; an abundance of I
three years are over and what good all kinds.
and enough duplicates of it are intact heavy linen towels, some lighter ones I.
would he be? It's a cinch, however,
then they may be appliqued success- for glasses a good dish mop and dish Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers
fully to net for yokes cuffs and even cloths. The dishcloth should be strong. that if there wasn't a Federal Leagueand .

panels for children's wash dresses. linen. Stair crash is excellent for this if some organized club owner SCIATICA GOUT NEURALGIA, etc. Phones 181191.

For the latter purpose the pattern purpose as it will become soft enoughto bought Johnson, paying even $150,000for AND KIDNEY TROUBUS.DROPS.

should be sharply cut out and arranged be flexible and is very durable. Make him this very same writer wouldbe

to the best advantage on a back these cloths about ten inches long of loudest in his praise of the mag- Lbutton.

ground of linen or washable material narrow crash and ,hem them to prevent and .
nate's shrewd business judgment
and basted firmly taking care that all the edges from fraying when they
of It is perfectly flat Either button- are put through the laundry. it's also a cinch that he wouldn't be STOP THE PAINGlresQokkRellef SANFORD, FLORIDA

hole the outline invisibly in white or First of all. tile dishes should be so worried about Johnson's arm fail- ; 5-i5-tf.

use a thicker thread and bolder stitch. gathered up and properly scraped then ing.

Let the applique stand out distinctly.If held for a moment under the hot water

fancy dictates work in veiningsand faucet to take off the first coating of The Feds are said to be retaliatingfor ++JHIIIMMIHHHMMMMMM

other markings to suit your taste.It grease. Any dishes or knives and the action of organized baseballin tMvuIOIKW run ON ee QUaT

Is a comparatively easy matter to forks used for fish should be carefully sending nose counters into their Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co- .
convert the larger undamaged piecesof wiped with paper as dishcloths are affected 1M.1MW.UIH st..CNKMO
old lace curtains Into a variety of by fish immediately.Put parks. They' have hired nose counters -

table and cushion covers etc. By the dishes in hot suds. Use the of their own and these mathema- Saturday 4:30 P. M.

combining with linen or batiste very dish mop freely and transfer them to ticians are engaged in adding up the MAKE YOUR OWN I

effective bureau or table covers can the other pan to be rinsed. Let this total of persons who enter organized

be made in many attractive patterns. second pan be very t:1reand have awooden parks and turning their additions over ;:;;;! PAINT One Embroidered Dress Pattern to be
drainer fitted in two Inches
to the Federal League officials for
from the bottom :MI that the boiling; I YOU will SAVE given away to first customer making pur-
How to Quiet a Rattling Window. comparison with the attendance fig-
water (poured over the dishes will drain 60 els. PER GAL of
Never use paper to paste up a win- off them. This is the best and safest ures given out by the organized peo- I chase to the amount
dow that rattles or admits too much + .... THIS IS HOW
way of draining.In ; ple. It is said that the reports show _'--- TyBuy--
air from outside. Tear strips of muslin -
washing the silver use a silver big discrepancies in the attendance 4 gals.L.C&M.Seni- $15.00
into
or old calico and dip the pieces
starch made with flour and cold water soap and thus avoid the weekly silver reports of the nose counters and those Real Paint $3.40
this cleaning: day with the added induce given out by-the club's estimates. But ki And 3 gals.LinscedOil
not warm. Run the strips through to mix with it 2.10
smooth paste and adjust them to the mint that the silver is constantly who cares?
MILTON & DUNN
cracks of the window. hrtehtVVavh Makes 7gals.Paint fo$1:. 0It's HISSES

The muslin becomes like soft putty sjtiilPix.: pots and kettles separately only $1.50 per gaL
Members of the Giants Athleticsand
and with another dishcloth. Pots ,
and will adjust Itself wherever placed and kHtlishould be washed inside few other teams that still nour- i The L A: It!. SEMI-MIXFD for Corsets
and will hold like cement. When you a REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD Agents Barclay
desire to remove it catch one end of nnd &ntsirit imi thoroughly wiped before ish pennant winning hopes are won- ZINC and UNSEED for OIL-the 100 best know ,
materials
the strip, give it a pull and it comes"off( being set away. The coffeepot and dering if the general apathy toward Use paint a gaL out of any you buy years.and if not the McCall's Patterns.tlllllllllll'.I.II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII.
without the least resistance or injuryto teakettle should be trailed out at least baseball this year on the part of the best paint made,then return the paint and get
once a \TPf'kTUb soda and water to all your money back.HELM'S .
paint. which is of
not true paper fans will extend to the World Series.It .
trips used for the keep them tastelessly clean.
game.purpose., would be a cruel blow for the world HARDWARE CO. ,
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South Florida SentinelMORNING ( W.-S. Branch) j I TYPHOID meat inspector-: is mine enemy, i I I

a AND WEEKLY Behold the beautiful crepe myrtle 1. No control of the typhoid fever I shall not like him.

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner and the hydrangea in the lawns of problem can be hoped for until each I He maketh me to shoo out the flies

Orlando. They toil not neither do individual case of typhoid fever is and cover the sausage mill
Entered at the pmtoffic at Orlando Flor they spin, but Solomon in all his and He showeth the meat I shall
Mail Matter.S1BSCRJPTIOS .correctly promptly diagnosed, me
Ida. Second C1M
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glory was not arrayed like either one and reported with the least possible sell, and that I shall not. THE f FIRST T DM OF f

r'r RATES of these.5.s delay to the board of health. Yea, verily, tho' I scrub the ice box
.$$.00
Daily 1 Year i
1 z Daily 6 Months 2-50 !L' 2. The cases reported as typhoid twice yearly, he sajeth it is not clean.

' Daily Davy, 3 1 Month Month .. 1.3 50 We are waiting to see what the ,fever should be verified by blood culture He kicketh if I keep hogs in the

Times-Union will say about tootsy- or Widal tests, to insure proper back yard and sayeth it is unsani- OUR FIRST
weekly 1 Year 1.00 wootsy-baby Theodore Roosevelt the diagnosis and proper resulting treat- tary.
Weekly, 6 Months .7i Third. Of course the poor kid isn'tto ment of the patient, and to make the .He smelleth of my sausage and --

TO ADVERTISERS: blame for having that name, but health records more accurate, and 'heaveth it in the slop barrel even

just the same he can not.have it and :consequently more effective. tho' it be but slightly sour. ANNUALWHITE
u. all .:her lIand-Ht
for display
Copy the T.-U.
f advertising nut be handed in at the busineuatm. please {i 3. A patient suspected of having He demandeth that I use not the
*f the Sentinel nit later than 2 p. ... typhoid fever should be promptly iso larynx and mammae for sausage.
the day before publication. This nit applies
The word is going out in the state And he in harsh tones if I
t. chanftt for contract advertising; it U lated, and treated as a contagiouscase. speaks
Invariable and sift be strictly adhered to. that the next Florida legisla- disobey him.
papers Unless adequate care and precautions SALE
Subecribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued ture is to be unusually brainy and can be taken at the house, I,, I bring my meat to his office for
should notify the office in writing en competent. We hope so, because we the should be removed to a hospital, !inspection, wrapped in tree tops. --s ttttt>:
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
that kind of law body 't' He turneth it down and insists thatI
a continued at the regular subscription rates need a making both for his own good and for the
until notice to atop is received. but how can it be thus when all the safety of his family or associates. wrap it in clean, white cloths.
editorial candidates elected to I. tho mine Far exceeded our expectations. It's certainly -
were < Yea, verily, hog grew up
FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914. 4. No patient should be discharged :
stay at home? I from a hospital or in private practice in mine own orchard, he condemnethit gratifying to know that the special
for cholera and and I lose
fly-blows,
until he understands the
Yesterday's rain was wet enough, Tampa seems to be going back to clearly ways twelve dollars and a half. efforts we have made to make this sale a
in which typhoid fever: is spread, and I
but hardly long enough. the old time carpet bag government.The : He hurls threats at me if I bring I
realizes that every case of typhoid success met with such splendid approval
i o man who has beed recommendedfor not the livers and "lights," and if I I
fever may remain a source of conta-
If the early bird catches the worm postmaster has not been a resi- gion for an indefinite time withoutany 'am slow about paying my bills atthe I from everyone not only were the resi-

Roosevelt will be it in 1916. dent of the city for several years, of sickness. 'month's end, he maketh me bring the
symptoms I dents well represented, but many came
according to the Tribune. Nothinglike money at the time of inspection.He .
o 5. Whenever possible the feces and
i that going on in our new "shoestring" [ anointeth my livers with kero- from outside districts and many came who
about is fair ,
thinks
Villa turn play
urine of a typhoid case should be examined -I
district. sene and insisteth on seeing the hides
t and therefore invites Carranza to follow before he is discharged. But
and ear-marks even tho' I tell him had never been in the store before. They
r his leadership for a while. ''a negative result from such an examination -'
St. Petersburg is getting out new there are none.
: came-they saw-and they bought-
should not be taken to
o advertising matter for the city. I I. Surely, the words "clean up and
that the is not carrier.i .
case a
Pensacola Irishmen will celebrate Tampa is sending out hundreds of prove stay clean" will be hurled at me all freely.
home rule in Ireland when it becomesa letters to prospective settlers. Miamiis 'r 6. A campaign of education of the the days of my life, and I shall live

a law. So will the Ulsterites, but ina getting out a new booklet. Gaines- general public should be instituted, 'in fear of the inspector forever and I

different way. ville is getting ready for a campaignof 1' with the object of spreading broad. ever. Amen.-Mulford Vet. Bulletin. I
o advertising. Palatka is havingnew cast the knowledge of the methods by
; l Every day we will put on an EXTRA
The Miami Metropolis advises matter printed. Orlando is get- i which typhoid fever: is transmittedand GRASS OVERGROWS SIDEWALKOn

young men to study the young lady's ting out-nothing. the ways in which it. can bet SPECIAL. There will be no let-up on val

"aura" before proposing. Better t guarded against. West street, between Ridge-
I ues. Everyone of the remaining eight
study her appetite.The The Pensacola man who is cheatedout j 7. The extent of the typhoid mor- wood and Robinson avenues, accord-

A o of his office of clerk of the crim- !bidity in a community from year to ing to a prominent citizen who calledat days will be bound to interest you in

Lake Worth Herald prints a inal court because he failed to file I year is at present largely a matter of the Sentinel office yesterday, the
fine picture of the new $25,000 school his statement of expenses within the chance. It should decrease as pop. I weeds have almost completely over- one section of the store or another.

building to be erected there. Lake ten day limit, probably believes that ular knowledge concerning typhoid I grown the sidewalks in front of non-

rorth is going some for a town less old Mr. Procrastination is not only a I, fever increases-Bullehn Massachusetts !! resident owned property. If there is

than two years old. "thief of,time" but a thief of office as I, State Board of Health. no provision compelling non-resident

o well I I property owners to keep the weeds L
The Florida house of representatives "Be wise today: 'tis madness to cut the city itself should do it. At-
W. C. Townsend has seventyfiveacres
r could choose no better man for defer." tention is also called to a stump left
in corn near the corporate limits -
spaeker than Hon. A. B. Newton, of on Ridgewood avenue dangerous to
that cannot be excelled in Brad-
- : Winter Park, one of Orange county's Some one should get General Car- for county. It will from present automobiles and likely to cause a se-

:: representatives. ranza quiet for a few moments and indications produce more than sixty rious accident.T. .
;a' him that famous from
0 read to verse
bushels to the acre.-Lake Butler
Not having discovered any riversin Kipling's "Recessional. t Star.illliimHMIIillllIMM. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone This For FRIDAY

South America or elsewhere, ex- "If, drunk with sight of power, we 2, Orlando. 35tfMMtillillMillltMlflf
* Governor Sulzer, who was sent down loose I .
Wild tongues that have not Theein --
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the Hudson by Boss Murphy, an-
nounces that if Col. Roosevelt is a Such boasting awe-as the Gentiles use, 250 Lingerie Waists in Voiles,

candidate for governor of New York Or lesser breeds without the Law- T. F. BOURIHAN Crepes, Rice Cloths and '
he will not be. Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, : ; Geo. C.
n Lest we forget-lest we forget." Licensed Plumber and Batistes positively the
aj o DoliveL t
The Lakeland Telegram can see no Clearwater will soon be entitled to I J T Sanitary Engineer latest styles shown in New

beauty in the paint, powder and plasters free delivery of mail. Postmaster Estimates Furnished. jobbing York at the present mo-
the cheeks of the fair in Promptly Attended to.
on sex Crumpton says the office is going to .
that city. But Hetherington is get- PHONE 6z9 ment-featuring the
second class on the fint of Jay and
ting feeble and old and gray and this entitles it to free delivery serv- Phone 106 Court Street RAGLAN AND MEDICI
longs for the ancient past of hoop the streets will be
ice accordingly
; Worth from 98c to
$2.00.
's RY skirts, bustles and bangs fame. named and the houses numbered. I 248 or 355HMMIIIMilMIMiMMIi ORLANDO, FLORIDAMmilMMilMMIMMH I

o I t-zl-lm All day Friday

The city council of Orlando has Read the advertisements daily. i 1 .
passed an ordinance which orders the 59 cts.
removal of all posts and overhangingsigns

before September 1, and pro- 4HIIIMMtliMMMMMmiMMMtlimiMlillMMIMiillllMIMHMIMMMMIMBATHING r
hibiting the erection of more. Other

7 cities, including Miami, would do wen CAPS JUST RECEIVEDFrom V

to follow this commendable example. 2,500 yards RIPPLETTE CREPES, in a
-Miami Metropolis.
4 o Rubber manufacturers. Prices SOc, 7Sc and $1.00. All colors.McELROY'S magnificent range of new designs and

Our sympathy goes out to the fu- new colorings. This is a manufacturer's -

ture generations of Mexican schoolchildren PHARMACY :a J DRUGS PUONf E2DMMMMMMIMMMIMH{ clearance. Yo\u know what it
who will have to study the

;, history of their country. Many a usually costs you-25c a yard.

s poor tot will have to wear the dunce I You can buy it from us Friday for
cap for failing to remember where
the Guerrera sank the "Tampico-al tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll..III1111111111 11111 11111 11111 11111 I! per yard

Topolobampobango.o 15 cts.

A constitutional amendment has I II
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been offered by Senator Dillingham
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f prohibiting the transportation of intoxicating t

liquors into any state for ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES\ I Everything WHITE
sale or use for any purpose contraryto

the laws of such state. The adop- Commencement Day-an important event in the Reduced in Price
t I
tion of this amendment will do muchto lives of young people should receive some fitting markof

promote the temperance cause, but appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

will not benefit Florida until this occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of 1

state is made a prohibition state. Jewelry? 1I

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The bill changing the customs head- DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe

quarters from Jacksonville to Tampa I
having passed the house, no harm direct the attention of relatives and friends to OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs

can come of forecasting the final out- the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this a great help to our out-of-town customers I

come. Our guess is that the senate store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- ; make use of it whenever you can. Samples -

will adopt an amendment to the est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- I or informatOR cheerfully given. We prepay -

Sparkman bill creating four customs mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val all charges.
districts. The amended bill will ues and assortment.A .
go Write for one of our illustrated mail order
back to the house and fail to pass. visit to our store will be appreciated and involves e catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
That will end the matter so far as no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.

the present congress is concerned.
Tampa will still be mad and Jacksonville -

will laugh up its sleeve.

o
The news from Washington: last

night declaring that heeafter the
I
United States will deal with Villa

rather find than a solution Carranza of, the in the Mexican effortto N DIOKSONIYES I O [ O Oli

problem, while hardly expected, goes
to show that Villa has a wise head the JewelerOPPOSITE

and has played a shrewd game with
the possibility of the presidency of ,
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DEPARTMENTAL S TO I 0 RfI

the Mexico reward., backed To by us,this it is country inconceivable as POSTOFFICE

that the United States govern-
ment Mould deal seriously with a I Orange Ave., Or lando's Favorite Shopping place

murderous cutthroat like Villa, not to EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

mention backing him for the presidency -
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i 0 o ullllllli I | Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. ]
Mrs. John W. Tench, of Gainesville,
I | Admission 5 cents I V VV
Tells of Her First Visit to

Mrs. C. F. Scull is visiting friendsin D GDGllDGDGllDGDGllDGDGllDGQI ) Washington in 1866 It lit t Allen's"

Jacksonville for a few days. TODA Y'S PROGRAM UGl
i BUYS AND SELLS
Mr. E. H. McNeill is down at Inverness I
Frontier. "The Circuit Rider of the Washington, June 18.-Mrs. John

on a short business trip. REAL ESTATE Hills." W. Tench, of Gainesville, Fla., one of: .... .11. .
Nestor. "One of the Finest A
Mr. H. M. Fraser left yesterday for comedy mix-up with John Steppling the most charming of the elderly women -

Coronado Beach to enjoy a fishing Eddie Lyons Russell Bassett, Bea- of the South, in a conversationwith
trice Van and Lee Moran. a Washington newspaper man V
trip.Dr. 600 acres south of Winter Nestor. "Teaching Dad a Lesson." told interesting reminiscences of a That Gift
and Mrs. F. S. Hall left yes- This is a strong comedy presented by
Garden and of the Nestor Comedy visit to the national capital nearly
terday for Pablo Beach for a vaca west company.
Don't forget this is the day the fifty years ago:
lion. Gotha, including 10 acre dishes are given away. "My first visit to Washington was: You have no trouble in selectingthat

Mrs. Merle McElroy left yesterdayfor The in 1866 when I school "
orange grove. en- was a girl,
Anniversary
V Birthday, Wedding or
Birmingham, Ala., to visit her said Mrs. Tench. "My nome then was
tire tract covered with MERCK'S[ PHARMACY Y Will l B BE[
father. in Union county, South Carolina, and Present at our store.

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Ponder left yes- yellow pine timber. Two until I started for Washington I had
REMODELED[ [ THROUGHOUT We have complete line .of
a
terday to spend a few days in Jack- miles of lake shore. never been away from home. Mj

sonville. mHIIMIIIIIMIIIMIIIMH father's brother, Judge Dawkins, of D Jewelry, Silverware (sterling or D
of Florida, asked me to accompany him
e Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walters,
Progressive Orange Avenue Business
and the newest ideas inV
r Baltimore, are visiting in our city fora and my aunt on a trip to Philadel- plated)
House Preparing for Extensive -
few days. phia. cut glass.
ImprovementsThe "In those days there were few rail-
Cadmann of Narcoossee,
Mrs. Jane ,
spent yesterday in town, the guest of ON THE EATING OF WATERMELONS roads, badly equipped and poorly operated A look before you buy will
as compared with the serviceof V
Mrs. Dr. Person. N. J. Merck Pharmacy is pre- .
today. We left Union, S. C., by pay you.Allen
We wish some modern Omar would paring to thoroughly remodel and
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Phillips and son,
few write the Rubaiyat of the Water- greatly improve the firm's quarters stage coach, taking the railroad trainat
daysat
Welbourne, are spending a
melon. If there is Chester, which took us to Rich-
Beach.W. any joy greater on Orange avenue, and the work will
Daytona than that to be attained by burying begin the first of next week. In mond. From Richmond we went by & Co.
R. Wooten, a regular business rail to Creek thence water
your face clear up to your ears in a order not to interfere with the workmen Aquia by ,
visitor from Orlando, was in town to the Potomac river, where we tooka
cool and juicy segment of a big Tom in their extensive alterations, '
yesterday-Tampa Tribune.Mr. Watson, we would like to have some the stock and fixtures will be moved steamer at midnight, that landedus Jewelers

R. J. Coker left last night for one fetch us the recipe. Of course next door south to the former Ives in Washington the next morning."In .

Denver, Colo., where he will engagein there are conditions and circum- store, and business will be continued the party were numerous emi- U Prompt Repairing.

cattle and sheep raising. stances which affect favorably or unfavorably .while the work is going on. nent Carolinians, including two for-

Mrs. A. Gonzales has returned to the gastronomic bliss af- Among the improvements that will mer governors-Orr and Perry. Gov- Everything Guaranteed.MMMIIDHIiMlltttlMftllllHIIIIUiiiMIIMM.

her home in Sanford, after a visit to forded by the consumption of a water- ,be made is a tile floor for the entire ernor Orr, just before the secessionof

her: sister, Mrs. E. H. Bliss. melon, says the Florida Herald.If building, new ceiling throughout, anda the Southern States, had been

Mr. Fred Hill, of Narcoossee, spent you object to having the nectar- handsome plate glass front When speaker of the house of representatives. -
We went to the old Willard
last night in our city, en route to like juice dribbling down the backof the, remodeling is completed Merck's

Gainesville on his motorcycle.Mr. your neck, instead of down the inside will be one of the handsomest drug hotel, and a Washington paper, re-

Lewis Leonard representingthe of it, or if you don't like to have stores in the state. counting our arrival, said that, judg-
ing from the dilapidated baggage of
ears tickled or hair tangled lb. .c1!
American Fire Insurance company your your
the tourists, they must have brought 0= .
in the horns of the joy- THE MOST SACRED
of Newark, N. J., was in town up FEAST OF
f bringing crescent are devouring their families along. It is true we __ __u ____ u _- -- -. _
you ,
yesterday. HEART OF JESUS
were a forlorn looking party, because .. *
will not be able to realize the ,
you
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Wilcox, of the South was still prostrate and impoverished -
full of, the moment To
Douglass, Ga., are visiting Mr. and delight enjoy and the criticism of the
is known in the ecclesiastical ,
melon have to rid Today hJ'
a you got yourself 3I .jm9' ej
I Mrs. J. L. Kirkland on West Living- of the shackling conventions calendar as the Feast of the Most paper wounded us sorely. ;

ston avenue. which our super-civilization has cast Sacred Heart of Jesus. A triduum in "From Washington we went to
Mr. Baxter Long and Mr. S. D. The that took
preparation for this feast was kept in Philadelphia. events
about the business of eating. You
Hardaway and their families leave i the Catholic church Tuesday, Wednes- place there were of intense interestto
have got to be able to feel like the
today for Mr. Long's camp at' Con- tramp in the "movies," who, after day and Thursday. The feast itself me, though I was a girl of only 17. IB rl Her! H!
to few days. I[ shall the when
way spend a having put himself outside of a .will be celebrated as follows: never forget scene

Miss Willie Person is expected to square (or better say, a cubical) .Mass, 6:30 a. m. the South Carolina and Massachusetts -

return home today from Plant City meal, rubs his tummy in a reminiscent Blessing and giving of badges of: delegates entered the hall together -

and Fort Meade, where she has been and tender fashion r and clothes the Sacred Heart League after Mass. arm in arm. Such cheering I Fox River Creamery Butter.

visiting friends for the past few his whiskered physiognomy in a smile Exposition of the Blessed Sacra- had never heard, and none will ever Cold Seal Creamery Butter.

weeks. ment, 4 m.Continuous. sound like it to me again. Brand Butter.
hat spreads from ear to ear. It is p. Purity Sugar
Mrs Jeanette Robinson Murphy has elemental, and must be experiencedin adoration, 4-7:30 p. m. "At the Continental hotel, wherewe Beech-Nut Peanut Butter.

sold her home at the corner of East the same manner in which our an- Benediction, 7:30 p. m. stayed, we were much puzzled the Beardsley Peanut Butter.
All invited to share in this trib- morning after our arrival by a
Mr. Welton are
r Concord and Broadway to cientest ancestors did it We'll bet
Johnson, but her many friends will that Adam and Eve knew how to eat ute of love to the Saviour. strange creaking sound. Judge Daw- Dromedary Date Nut Butter.

be glad to know that she will con- watermelon. They had one advan- kins determined to investigate, and

tinue to make Orlando her home. tage over us; they didn't have to RAIN PREVENTS BALL GAME after he had been away for sometime ,

Joe Hugh Reese, for the last two ,worry about getting the juice on I he came back and informed us i THE SANITARY GROCERY
that it was an elevator that caused '
years editor of the South Florida their clothes. Eating watermelon The ball game scheduled for three-
the noise. It was the first elevator,
Sentinel, but who has recently cast with a fork or a spoon is all right as thirty yesterday afternoon, between
we were informed, ever installed in I CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
his lot with the Orlando ReporterStar a social performance, but as a gastronomic the'locals and Winter Park, was prevented -
:
the United States, and I recall that
is a guest in the city for a few accomplishment-never. Its by the heavy rain that beganto
the judge and his friends got consid- 290 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
days. Mr. Reese is one of the state's too much like kissing your girl fall about that hour. Naturallythe
erable amusement out of it by riding .,
ablqst editors and. most versatile1writers. over the telephone. baseball fans were badly disap-
and down on the slightest pre-
up
.-Tampa Tribune.Mr. I pointed, but the pleasure of seeingthe text." CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

H. Powell, of Richmond! Ky., Miss Jennie Strickland, who has I Winter Park team in action will Mrs. Tench is the wife of Major I
has arrived and will take charge of been with the Western Union here not be denied local enthusiasts, an- Confederate FUNERAL DESIGNS
John W. Tench, a distinguished i I I
the management of the Orlando Tel- left yesterday for Jacksonville to other game having been arranged for veteran.LORDIER'S '

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his brother-in-law, Mr. J. H. Dean, large number of Orlandoites took next Thursday afternoon the BANK A TOTAL

who is going to Kentucky to join Mrs. advantage of the excursion to Jacksonville regular local team will be up againsta WRECK Do not be misled by the low priceof

Dean for the remainder of the sum- yesterday over the Atlantic hard proposition, for City Commis- fora our entertainment The value of MMMIMMIIIMMilttf
June
Chicago, Application show is times greater than
our many
mer. Coast Line. I sioner Clark Robertson will face them receiver for the LaSalle Street the price. We are exhibiting some i Slice Repairingby i
with a picked team of city officials scenes which represent the latest and
.Trust and Savings bank, the Lorimer-
Miss Ruth Baynard will be marriedto The members of the visitation com and employes, nearly all of whom are :Munday bank, was made today by best be comic found and on tragic the highest performancesto priced PARCEL POST I :
Mr. Thos. Henry Penn on the 24th mittee appointed last Sunday by the ex-Epworth Leaguers.It .
the
Attorney General Lucey in the Cook theatrical stages in the world, at
of June at her home in Auburndale.Miss superintendents of the Methodist, I county circuit court. Favorite theater, 5 cents to all.Adv.St. I '
Baynard is a graduate of Ca- baptist, and Presbyterian Sunday is beliieved that this will be a I < < Men's Half Soles, 7c to Sscladics'
The based the
I petition was on report -
thedral school here and made many schools, are requested to attend avery I banner year for the corn and hay of the state examiner showing a James church will have a rum I Half Soles, 60c to 15eChildren's

friends by her sweet disposition and important meeting of this committee crops: in the Sanford section. This depleted condition of the bank assets. mage sale Saturday at Rowland's old I Half Soles, SOc to 750
winning ways. She has visited here at the Presbyterian Sunday and is all irrigated and has not suffered store on Church street Building will > Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo
The filed in the
petition was name i Heels Repaired,
several times since finishing her from the drouth. be Friday afternoon to receive 250i
school room Friday evening at 7:30. of State Auditor James J. Brady, and open
course at school three years ago, and Rainfall of .35 of an inch Friday was taken before Circuit Court Judge goods. 6-18-2t >> f All work returned in 24 hOllr9.Ord.t.TS'witboutremittance .

her friends will be interested in hen Eat what you want afternoon, broke the longest drouth re-
Vindes who set the hearing for to- turned C. 0. D. We pay
coming marriage.For Eat all you want. on record since the local office of the FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat return
Based the of D. postage.
Take a postscript and forget it. I weather bureau was established thir- .morrow. on report Eighteen feet long and has four
For sale by all durggists. V. Harkin, the bank examiner who horse power engine. Will sell rea-
the news, read The Sentinel l-7-d&w-lyr ty-five; years ago in Pensacola. closed the LaSalle Street bank last sonable. Call at J. L. Empie boat A. Hanson

------- riday, the petition recites that the shop on Gould street 6-18-2w I
19 East Pine Street

II\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\\\\ \\ \\ institution ably insolvent"was "wholly and that and immediate irretriev- ORANGE from GROVE Orlando.FOR SALETwomiles Part of the ORLANDO FLORIDAHtiitmMtiimiiiiiMf%

appointment of a receiver was necessary old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. Mark .... .1.111,111.11,1 ...

to conserve remaining assets for White, Ocoee, Fla. 66d&wlmo.The .

depositors and creditors.
LUCERNE TODAY The document stated that the book best and quicket 25c lunch is
,
vaules accorded the assets greatly at the Model. The proof is in "

exceed their actual value. Get the habit eating'j,

Of bonds listed by the bank as \ For SaleOR
worth $917,660 the petition stated We insure your life and loan you
on real estate at 6 per cent
W only' $255,385 were of value and out money interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

of $3,291,107 on loans $1,746,084 were Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.

tt "Wheels of Destiny, a two reel Majestic. of no value. Cash items listed as 325d&wtfBuy EXCHANGEFive

137,235, the petition stated, were
seed from DeLa-
"Suspended Ordeal a Keystone comedy. found to be only $32,098. ney & your Abernethy.garden Just received a Room House, built
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
FLORIDA SENATORS FAVOR RETENTION of cement blocks 24x36,

OF MILEAGE GRAFT Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
"The Lost Combination, a one reel Thanhouser. Washington: June 18.-Both of the is the kind you want Where to getit Cartright shingles, two

Florida senators voted to retain the ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. lots 100x150, some young
Entrican. 1-20-tf
present rate of congressional mileage If you want your bicycle fixed ina peach, orange and grape-
; ;I ; That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away which is 20 cents a mile. Strenuous hurry take it to Wannan's Repair fruit trees. Driven well

; : : again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. efforts have been made by reformers Shop. 12-5-tf. 200 feet.
in congress to wipe out the
CARNATIONS Fresh cut carnationsand
f i rid mileage statute, which has beenin Address
J. M. Caruthers.
I First Floor, 10 Cents Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents j force since the days of travel by 6-8-3t roses.

stage coach, and substitute a plan of Box 424

reimbursing the senators and representatives Eat what you want ,

Children under twelve admitted free for actual traveling expenses Eat all you want
to matinee if
accom- Take a postscript and forget it Kissimmee Florida
panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket. based on vouchers.and The senate For sale by all druggists. ,
by forty-seven ayes seventeen l-7-d&w.lyr 6-8-Im

I nays; voted to retain the present -
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DANIELS LAUDS LEE AT LEXINGTON FELL DEAD IN THE FURROW i
[ [ Of NOO. RORiDALGlSlA D4 Lumber, Laths and Shingles

[ [ TURf I The Columbia, S. C., State, pays I

Lexington, Va., June 17. "If I had the following eloquent tribute to an

one wish more than another for the everyday hero: 6

List of Those Who Will Compose South, it would be that a double I May we drop an inky tear of appreciation -

Both Bodies of 1915 Law portion of the spirit of General Rob- over the death of J. C.

ert E. Lee should fall upon them and 'Bass, a 75-yeir-old Confederate vet-
Making Body
that those who lead should receive eran who dropped dead in the field 1

The following is a full and correct his mantle and worthily wear it." while following a plow? ORLANDO

list of the members of the House and So declared Secretary of the Navy In the prime of his manhood he

Senate of the next Florida legislature Danieis in an address today at Wash- went out to fight He was typical of
thousands of the rank and file of the
ington and Lee university annual
; nominated in the primary June
commencement exercises. The secre Confederacy. He fought from First
2nd, and which will assemble in Tallahassee
t next April: tary's earnest message to the stu- Manassas to Appomatox. He knew Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime

Members of the Senate, 1915 ,dents was "get a hero" and he urged Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville,

them to choose Lee as their exemplar, and the two Cold Harbors and Gettys- ...
{ District 1R. A. McGeachy (Santa .
;r Rosa). pointing out that their future wouldbe burg. and The Wilderness. PEOPLE'S WANTS

District 2-John B. Jones (Escambia marked by the sort of heroes they Behind him he had a series of human -

). chose. moving pictures, drawn in blood -.

District .-*B. H. Lindsay (Walton "We are hero worshippers-or we and fire, and. sweat and starvation, MUNNIMAKERS t t
should be-and I give you the exam- all of them mixed with heroism thatno I
and Holmes).} Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale Per
District 4-R. A. Willis (Jackson). ple of the perfect product of what one of the light infantry of Alex- Rent, etc., for this column 25c for one day. ORLANDO
COc for three days or 11.00 for one week, for
District 5S. P. Roddenbery worship of the noblest hero can pro- ander, even, could emulate. 25 words coy lees. Money must accompany
(Wakulla). duce in urging you to choose Lee as He dropped at his plow, a palsied the advertisements far thiscolumn, as BO I
insertions will be made on credit. '
:
w District 6-Y. L Watson (Gads. your exemplar as Lee chose Wash- ,I old man-seventy-five year old!
ington" said he.fli can not tell you The man who had thought nothingof I
: den).
FOR SALE '
the alchemy or the transmigration by charging a breastwork against | | Water & Co.
District .
7- J. H. Drane (Polk) masked afterwards Nursery stock, one, two, three and : Light
which one who worships a great man artilery acceptedthe
District 8A. S. Wells (Leon). four year old buds; Foster Early,,
m District 9-*Fred L Stringer (Her- comes to partake of the qualities of task of tilling a field in the same Pineapple, Java, Homosassa; Wash-

k nando, Citrus and Pasco). the object of the worship." spirit of duty. ington Navel. Address.Mrs. M. Kahle, ,
Secretary Daniels said that he had Death missed him on the battle- Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf':
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t District 10-C. E. Davis (Madison) I
District 11W. F. Himes (Hills- recently received in response to let- field, only to leave him to die an Ij j ElectricityGas

borough). ters to former students of Lee their even greater hero, as it found him at FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare

District 12-J. M. Gornto (Taylor estimates of the man which he said the last, doing his duty, with a mulein bargain; recently completely over
hauled and made good as new in every -
him better insight into Lee as front of him and the plowhandles
and Lafayette). gave parr guaranteed first class condition -
District 13-*Fred M. Hudson a teacher and a comrade than all the between the hands that had grippedthe I ; must be sold at once, even at Water Ice J JOBkeNo

Dade Brevard Palm Beach and St. histories and biographies. "Those carbine and the sabre.It sacrifice. Come, or address, White'
( ,
c Lucie). old boys," said he, "who wrote me seems to us that some of our Rock 4-23-tf Poultry Farm, Leesburg, FIa.f

District 14-M. L Plympton (Co- saw a Lee that not even his soldiers correspondents who have been writ-

lumbia). saw." ing ethically and argumentativelyabout TWO COWS FOR SALE I : 18 West Central Ave.

4 District 15A. Z. Adkins (Brad- Declaring that the biggest thing in the War Between the Sections

;: ford). going to college was not what a student and what came of it, and might have 1 cow with 4 weeks old calf. I
1 Jersey with first calf.S. .
;, District 16-J. E. Caulkins, returned gets out of text books or from came of it, have failed to notice char- J. B. IRWIN, Maitland. Fla.

y (Nassau). lectures, the secretary expressed the .acters, such as Veteran Bass,seventy- 6-18-3td-ltw Telephone No. 6
: District 17J. B. Johnson (Su- belief that students in the large colleges five years old, dead in honest labor -
were not receiving the inspir- midway a straight furrow! WANTED-One thousand to five !I
wannee) thousand feet of second hand two-
District 18-Ion L Farris (Duval). ing comradeship and leadership of inch or one-inch iron pipe, deliveredat
District 19-Arthur E. Donegan that class of teachers who give more I I Orlando or Plymouth. Address I I

T (Seminole, Orange and Osceola). of themselves to their classes than Takes Off Freckles, R.Ga.M. Hudson, Healey Bldg., Artanta.1 I
they give of the books. Lee's sympathetic .
District 20-Glenn Terrell (Marion
and Sumter). nature and evinced interest in II Removes Tan. AN EXPERT automobile mechanic, ... . . . . . .

;; District 21J. S. Blitch (Levy). each one personally is the ideal for Beautify your complexion. Get driver or salesman, 10 years experience -j-
those who aspire to teach youths, the rid of those freckles You canI desires position. Familiar with '
District 22-Dr. J. R. McEachern
declared. I I invest SOc in a jar of WIL all types of motors. Address R. G. B., To the West and Northwest
(Jefferson). secretary ;it I
SON'S FRECKLE CREAM Route 2, Box 49, Orlando.
District 23W. M. Igou (Lake). -I| and they'll disappear. Severe -VIA-

I District 24-J. N. Fogarty (Monroe A few days ago fire destroyed the eases may require two jars- FOR RENT

andjtee). large sheet iron warehouse belongingto no antee more.this,We and positively if your guar complexion DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE ELYER AND

District 25A. J. McClellan J. M. Calhoun at :Marianna, together isn't fully restored to FOR RENT-Two office spaces in
(Washington, Calhoun and Bay). with its entire contents and it* natural without beauty we agree to refund your our store at No. 9 W. Church street. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
money argument. And in addition,
District 26-W. S. Middleton (Put- WILSON'S Come in and we will show you. Pierce
FRECKLE
three county wagons stored under the CREAM is a fine, fragrant --------
toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to Electric Co. 3-29-tf
grow DixIe
Dixie
nam). awning. The total loss is estimatedat and does positively remove TAN and I Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

District 27F. M. Cooper (Manatee from $6,000 to $9,000, and no insurance sent FRECKLES.by mail if Try desired.it at onr Mammoth risk. Price SOc- TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- T Orlando, A. C. L..1ZUam 3l pm I I v Orlando, ........................ 1:11 pm
jars 100. ...............
....
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and DeSoto). on anything. The warehousewas WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Sc. Wilson ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. r Jacksonville, A. C. L... 6 M am 7:30 pm r Jacksonville 7'40pm
Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. c., makers 4.26-tf v Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:%5 pm T Jacksonville. A. C. L ........... 8:15 pm
District 28-J. B. Conrad, returned used by Moore-Gammon Hard- For sale bjr Wayeross A. C. L..ll:50am 10: 5pm v Wayeross A. C. L ..............1O:2Oplllr
t I II v ...... 4lSam Macon. G. S. A F. .............. 1:4&&III
(Volusia). ware Co. and C. C. Liddon & Co., | J. N. McELROY FOR RENT-Six room house, in first r Macon G. S. &: F. 6:13pm .. ..
as Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 1:2hm r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .. ..... ... 7:'.2 lID
District 29-'Max M. Brown (Clay a warehouse, and the contents class condition. No. 210 N. Orange I I r r Knoxville L. & N. .............12:19pm
wereas Ij avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Orlando II I r Chattanooga. W. &: A..12:18am 11:"am r Corbin, L. & N. ................ 3:18pm
and Baker). varied as two 'large firms could I Bank r Nashville, N. C. &: St. L 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L &: N. .............. 9:00pmr
District 30-W. H. Greene (Hamil- make it. j(WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES & Trust Co. 5-28-tf I'I Indianapolis, 'a.L ............ l50am
'Ar St. Louis LC.tL.tN. 2:50 pm 729am \
ton). I I AND DO ALL KINDS: OF FOR RENT-To tenant 7i Ar Lexington L A; N. ............ fiSOpm
I
Ar Hopkinsville. ,L & N........... 6:27pm Ar Cincinanti. L & N. ............. 8SOpm
District 31- L W. Zim (St. St. Johns (2)-John) W. Davis, E. OPTICAL REPAIRING and room bungalow, corner East Pine |[:Ar Evansville, L. & N..... 9:28 am 925pm: r Kalamazoo, G. R. i L ..........1:0 pm
Liberty streets. Lord & Brad-I
;; Johns). A. Wilson.St. I shaw. ':Ar Terre Haute C. &; E. L. 1:1hm 1:01am r Grand Rapida G. R. '&; L ....... 2:45pm
n' District 32-D. G. Borland (Ala. 610lwMISCELLANEOUS Ar Chicago C. &: E. L..... 6:50pm 6:50 amI' r Cleveland. Big Four ............. 7:15am
Lucie (1))-A. D. Penney.

chua). Sumter (1)-H. 0. Collier. I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
Hold-over senators.Representatives I' I
Suwannee (2)-Cary) A. Hardee, Illi t Solid train composed of section drawing. Solid train composed of electric lighted
to 1915 Legislature BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO I sleeping can observation compartment
Geo. E. Hawkins. 1 drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
H. C. ", PLANTS of the famous Hall'I an and dining car between Jacksonville and
Alachua (2)-J.) C. Adkins, Nancy between Jacksonville and and
Taylor ((1)-W.) T. Cash variety at :Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping Cincinnati
$1.25 thousand. Hart's
Parker. per I ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Louisville
Jacksonville. and Indianapolis
Volusia ((2)-James) E. Cade, H. G, Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece, I I ;
Baker (1)-W.) D. Mann.' DR. L H. RAMSDELt DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and
Putnam. or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good I
Bay ((1)-T.) F. Brayton. Wakulla ((1)-W.) C. Rouse. I OPTOMETRISTS time to set either. The Bear's Head I I artment Solid train, observation, carrying sleepers electric lighted and electlie com- Jacksonville Cleveland; also and Pullman Grand sleeping Rapids OB car Mondaysand between

Brevard ((1)-John) B. Rhodes. Walton ((1)-W. H. Mapoles. Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-! Thursdays of each week. Dining ear
V. Varnidore. ( cceS80r to Dr. 0. P. Liking) -4-d6t-wlt :Ila.'iII coaches and smoking car. Dining cart
Calhoun ((1)-C. Washington ((1)-Boyd) A. Cox. I t I erves meals a la carte. I service between Atlanta and CincinnatiAMI

Citrus ((1)-J.) E. Stevens. ORLANDO, FLORIDA Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, I 1-I u.. '1i.c.l' .-ni:W& RESERVATIONS-- II 1MOKMAITO.N. WKlTTk.. OR CZnTW: I
Clay ((1)-E.) D. PrevatlColumbia at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

F Rivers. ((2)-J.) J. Paul, D. G. DfALDY DAIR..NO I 519tf. I i I Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando


s' Dade (1))-R. E. C.McDonald. LICE? Utl III f; ; ; ; 1 ; fi'\\\\\\\' \ f\\\\\ \ M8MinmB 9.1\ it n fftIf'\\\\,\ ',t\t
DeSoto ((1)-W.) Langford.
MORE DANDRUFFUse The lice question is quickly.
Duval (2)-Frank) L Dancy, S. C. 'settled if you dust JOIN fowls 11 ithConkers

b Harrison, Jr.Escambia Parisian Sage. I Lice Powder IT'S TIM[ TO TAKE[ UP THE[ HOUSE[
P ((2))-W. H. Hurtenbach, It's entirely needless to have unsightly -'' It's safe quick and sure.' I
:; Robert Anderson. matted, thin or faded hair. A Saves your poultry profits because it
j Franklin ((1)-John) H. Cook. little care is all that is needed to makeit
Kills the Lice
Gadsden (2)-J.) W. Gray, J. G. thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand

Sharon. Use free Parisian from dandruff.Sage-it suppiles hair Doesn't Price S cents Harm,SO cents and Chickens sun f FURNISHING R I [ IN REAL lE.A.E I

Hamilton ((2))-L A. Gribbs, JohnE. needs and is absolutely harmless. It day For and the prey mars on rtnt chickens hde m at the night ends,spray by AJiFor) O QUESTION
Scaff. quickly stops itching head and falling your poultry house rah C..ke,i
hair and is of the best tonics to '' Lice 'T' '
> Hernando (1))-M. L. Dawson. one .Conkey's Liquid
Hillsborough (2)-W.) T. Martin, G. invigorate the scalp and make the I'I' reins them out thoroughly Quart 3S
cents,hall gallon CX)cents,gallon 5IIX1I
hair and beautiful.
long
r H. Wilder. grow I I For die deadly head kane use TEST;
Get bottle of Parisian
a Sage today CONKEY'S HEAD LICE
Holmes ((1)-W.) G. Watford. from: McElroy's Pharmacy or at any OINTMENT >
Jackson (2)-Ellis F. Davis, J. R. drug counter. It costs but 50 cents. Elective and dorsnt harm chicks 10
Shomaker. Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff and preparations 25 cents do Money not satisfy.back rf these Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

Jefferson ((2)-Theo.) L. Turnbull, dissappears-your head feels fine- .'lie C.t Ceoq c...ac..Jud 0I e t delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
the hair is and perfectly
B. F. Hamrick. healthy.I pretty P. F. LAUBACH pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -
Lafayette (1)-J.) J. Handley.
in of the word.
Lake ((2)-L) D. Edge, J. A. Han- every sense

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son.Lee Leon((1)-R.((2)-John) A. Henderson.N. Neeley, W. E. Have You Poultry Troubles ? \ CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you t'


a Gray.Levy (1))-John C. Weimer. an poultry Cure the troubles liver and are you due cure to a the disordered bird. Nearly liver. Bee Dee STOCK A I I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of join-

Liberty ((1)-W. H. Forehand. Thousands of poultry raisers: who use it all year is POULTRY MEDICINE for liver
a cure
round their flocks in health splendid ing clubs other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
Madison ((2))-R. L Millinor, F. M. recommend to keep good highly trouble cholera.roup Given and regularly chicken: ] | or any

Henderson. with the feed in small
doses it also makes an ; | feature to you
Manatee (1)-A.) :M. Wilson. STOCK & POULTRYt ,
gee De e F.J.Stowe.
Marion (2)-W.) J. Crosby, W. T. I MEDICINE l PurceHOkla.25c .1111111111.'IIIIIOlttJt IO I.lllllllllllllllllltl 111181 ..

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Monroe (2)-Arthur) Gomez, Clarence It's a Liver Medicine. SOc and $1. per can.
E. Roberts. Also a strengthing Tonic. At JOur dealer's.

f Nassau ((2)-H.) A. Jones, Harry PBS

1, Goldstein. KincaidFurniture den

Griffin.Orange (2)-A.) B. Newton, S. S. Cow Peas! Cow Peas: I. I


Osceola ((1))-N. C. Bryan. Clays ................................. .. ....... ... ... .. .. ...j.flfl per bushel
Pasco (1)-0.) N. Williams. Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... .............:......a JJ.25 per tunnel of Characterat
w k Palm Beach (1)-H.) L Busey. Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... 3.2S per bushel
Pinellas ((1)-F.) A. Wood. Whippoorwills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.00 per bushel
Mixed Peas ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 2.85 per bushel
of Polk ((2)-Reid) Robson, R. W. Prices
Hancock. We pay freight en all orders for one bushel or mm at above prices If wanted Popular .. .. ....
in large quantities, we will promptly mail .samples and quotations.
Putnam (2)-Henry) S. McKensie,

W.Santa G. Tilghman.Rosa ((2)-W.) A. McLeod, KILGORB SEED CO., I Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida 1 1t


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OAKLAND NEWS NOTES .HMMIMMMMMMMMIMIIMfr ,..'.. ....
ANNUAL l [EXCURSION X OSTEOPATHYDR. A RARf BARGAININ

Oakland, Fla., June 17.-Preston

Campbell, of Plant City, is visiting THE MARKETOf
A
J. C .HOWELL -
Jlr. Shupe's family.
Miss Catherine Sadler will be the July 2nd Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

delegate from the Junior Epworth extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

League to the convention at St. Pe TO Telephone connections

tersburg.Rev. Office cor. Orange and Central Area House.
Savannah Ga. $7.00 AND SALT MEATS
Winnard, of Tampa, superin- ,
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tendent of home missions of the St. Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing' a specialty atWarman's FISH AND GAME

Johns Presbytery, held a series of I I Repair Shop o. Court St. Only four and one half
meetings commencing on Wednesdayand And return fromORLANDO 125tf.MtttMHtHltlMHiiMIII. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
closing on Sunday night. They blocks from the post
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were very interesting and helpful.The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

little girls of the Willing office, East Side. A and pure.

Workers sewing class meet every I Via
of fruit. We
JUST OPENED variety are
Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock: We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

f with Mrs. Maurice. Atlantic Coast Line going to sell this prop everything in the Meat Line.

Miss Bessie Michael returned from I POPE'S

her duties at Tallahassee on Thurs- Tickets on sale July 2nd, final erty and have put the

day. Owing to the excellent work I limit July 14th. Tickets will LUNCH COUNTER The PARLOR MARKET
price at $2350.
done while in high school and at college be good on regular trains going only

she was able to receive credit for I and For information Reasonable
returning. SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS terms.
two years work in one. Her many I 1 H. M. Self
i or Pullman reser- & Co.
friends are always glad to have her
vacation come. vation, call on nearest Atlantic TRY OUR Cooper Atha PINE
STREET
Mr. S. B. Hull and family are have Coast Line agent or

ing an enjoyable time at Holly Hill, W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., I SODA FOUNTAINOPEN i Phone No. 80tf.tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.111111111.1111
114 South
Orange Are., Ground Floor
near Daytona. They have no com- 'v. D. WHITE, D. T. A. DAY AND NIGHT
plaints to make about anything but ORLANDOY. Phone No. 311 T
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the mosquitoes. R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger POPE & BUTT PROPS
Mr. Jeff Watts and family are en- J. G. Kirkland Division
Agent,;
joying themselves riding about in an Passenger Agent 37 W. CHURCH ST.

automobile which he recently I
pur- TAMPA MliMilllllMIMtHtiMMDAILY
11.1..ltl',1..r,,,,
chased from Mr. Sadler.

Mr. and Mrs. Briley, Miss Audreyand

Rich were Orlando visitors one

day Mr.last Brown week.and little daughter, of Fare BETWEEN 3 00_ W. M. SLEMONSNew

Trilby, were guests of Mr. F. F.Cross ., J .
BUffALO
last week. Mr. Brown was called to '

Orlando by telegram to see his brother 3; '\ 'R .... -,: I EVELAND
who was ill in the hospital. >- :

Monday evening, a week past, as Goods Arriving Daily
Mr. J. H. Sadler was taking Rev.
1
Steinbach to Monteverde to conducta

burial, accompanied by Miss Esther
Steinbach, made THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
they a very narrow
Length 500 feet;brNdth 98 feet 6 incite;510 staterooms and parlors accoBBodating fweojfra. -
of being run over by the T. G.
escape Greater in cart larger in all proportion-richer ia all appointment!-than any steamer oa
train backing from Watts' Junction. inland water of the world; la temce Jan 15th. I f

They were going down the hill not Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE."""Cty of Erie"and"Or/of Buffalo" We sell
high grade Men's
Clothing Hats made .
by John B. Stetson & Co.
far from the crossing where the Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May 1st to Dec.lit
} 4 Laro Buffalo ':00 P.H. Leave Ckvdand ':00 P.37. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore.
track comes out of the hammock at drive QeveLod 1:30 A.M. ArmeBofido 7.30 A..kL "King Quality" Shoes.
the dirt road the (Eaatera Standard Time)
crossing slowing
up Connection MOmtlaod for lbt....,.Toledo,Detroit. and all pointaV t and Soothwwt.Railroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel:.
auto for the bad crossing, within a tULeta reading between Baffial aad Cleveland..good for transportation our steamer
Ak your ticket: goat for ticket via C.&B.U... "rile..tot handaom.illustrated booklet free. Pants and Overalls
the made
few feet from track the
; train by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. .
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland O.
t was very near, not having been seen
because it was obscured by the bushes &: c.. Best place in the city to trade.

until almost to the track, and was
not heard as the engineer did not 1

blow. It being too late to stop, they

went on, and it seemed certain they
W. M. SLEMONS
would be run over, but escaped the
train by about one foot. Owing to

frequent accidents the law should be 1 URANGE AVENUEMlllliHMM9MMOMMMMt I
IIII
enforced, that requires trains to blow .N 1111 II'I I I ': i r t lluI4
m
for crossings. This is Mr. Sadler's r: i ....... .I. . ., ... '--- 0
opinion, and so say all of us. I

Mr. Hatfield and family, of Nebraska -!
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have come to take charge of j *M 8IMHtlllMMMMMMMMMMIilMf
their property, which they bought of ;
I
Mr. Slight, on the other side of John's I I =--*- = rl I ->"- .. o : > Po t IMM $

t lake. j I 5 ; s 'V.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUtHC UI IJIILI I Ii IIMMMMIMIMMt .
Mr. Petris has purchased the home i
,
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of Miss Dora Winkleman, for his IIIIIMIMIillllSUMMER
Low Round Trip RatesFROM
father. Miss Dora and father expect 1

to make their home in Winter Gar- JACKSONVILLE COOKINGHow

den in the fall. We feel as if Mr. St.Lew P7.7S CaksfS $43.50 Cuchuti $33. 0
Winkleman and Miss Dora belong to D.snr suo StPssl Sfi.75 Unrolls 31.50
.
CalarsJ Striaf.. 51.5. Dsltfh II.st KnuriUe 21.40
us but can heartily commend them to Salt Lake CirJ JUO Wuuipeg 7S.7S EranrilU 32.25
Winter Garden as being citizens of j YcDowsUM f.rtkW .. 101.00'. 'ILl'' Tmsts HastrulPetstkty.. .. .. 4S.JO 55.45 FrtocfcLkk IsfosapoEs. .. 35.21 3CJO do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitchen
. .
T W 41.10
sterling Sea=l. IN." 51.58 -
qualities. III I LosAvcksStsFnscocs. 89.5. Mstkisac 53.00 Detroa. 43.51 hot and with wood coal
Dr. and Mrs. Merritt and Law j 8'.50 Brfilt- 47.40 auluqU .. 47.40 stuffy ,a dirty or range, or do you
Clscittfsrk 8.75 NisisnFsHs .47.49 Mammoth Cart 30.90
\ rence, of Winter Garden*' attended Ji I I Low rates tootherpoiatplColoradoCiLforeiaCanadtiMinne.iota. have clean, cool and comfortable Gas Range?
church here Sunday. .Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionallylow
rates from other points in the State.
I Ticket oa sale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
Don't wait for every one in town to I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT We are offering some great reductions during June and
have Entrican, the painter, before
you try. Am too busy to look you LAKE, COLORADO, SPRINGS, ETC. would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for
i Going returning through Chicago you.
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the or rice throw.LLouig. on all tickets.
Job. 1-20-tf A7r
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
: r I through trains daily choice of three different .
Cew Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San. i routes. -
ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
519tf. /"%} _: Orleans.Three Unexcelled daily trams dining to the car southwest service.through Fast time.New Orlando Water & i io
r t '' Rock Lallast No dust No dirt. For handsome illustrated Light Company
booklets of summer tourist resorts,rates sleep-
Rubber Stamps? made to order at ins car reservations and other information,address,

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'SAVINGS DEPOSITBOXES time. In the Mexican statement no
reference was made to the fact that
S the American delegates had replied.
While it felt in
i' INVESTING SMALL AMOUNTS AT 4 PERCENT was some quarters
that the action of the Mexican dele-
; INTEREST gation savored of discourtesy the

, ,American delegation was of the opin- .. }tf.<:: .'.
ion that responsibility for any ill
Suppose you have $100 you will not need for I effect upon negotiations would fall on

six months. How can you invest it safely, have the Huerta delegates. It was made

w it earn 4 per cent interest and then be able to known that the American delegation
answered almost immediately the
i get the principal the day you need it?
memorandum received from Mr. Ra- '.
r Bring your money to the State Bank of Or- i : :
basa. The :
response was consideredby :. ; A ( : ; : :
) lando. We will issue one of our Certficates of I the American delegates an ade- :'. : MdaneMyFact1{ ( ( : '

I Deposit for any amount you have to deposit, pay quate defense of their position. It is
said to declare that the Mexican del-
you 4 per cent interest, pay you the principal -
egation had not taken into considera-
i any day after three months. J 'I
tion the fact that the United States :
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had no candidate for permanent president 'J
The State Bank of Orlando
; I of Mexico and that under no

t, circumsances would the American that each setting sun, brings us nearer the end.
I government be a party to any influ-
: 1 ence on the elections of any country.Its When your days are ended, what about your '
; preference for a constitutionalistfor loved ones?
I provisional president was due

wholly to the conviction that a man Today is yours! Let it not close without

. fEAR IS FELT[ fOR AMERICANS[ I[ CZAR OF RUSSIA AIM Of from der to that insure party disarmament must be taken of all in fac-or- .- making business a basis start, and toward providing placing your your loved home on ones a :


INASIA WOULD-BE[ A ASSASSINS A tions.The Mexican delegation refuted the with a systematic plan for their maintenance '... '

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.; : now and hereafter
'. suggestion made in some quarters : \ .
that the issuance of their statementwas ;
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American Agent Sent to Investigate Unsuccessful Attempt Made to Blow a defense which anticipated the .:... Let-us help you. HIt is a pleasure to serve you." .:.: :
: Danger of Massacre by Up Imperial Train Witha failure of the negotiations. They said :
,the Turks Bomb felt of
they honestly an expression

their opinion might be publicly approved .. ..,-- '. -' .'.
Constantinople, Turkey, June 18.- Berlin, June .-An attempt was and thus would influence the a .. :" ::: f.>:;

Henry Morgenthau, United States made near Tschudovo, Russia, today American government M
ambassador to Turkey, today sent to blow up the Russian imperial train When formal conferences are resumed -
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t Hoffman Phillip, secretary of the em- carrying the emperor of Russia and tomorrow on the return of '

bassy, to Smyrna, to ascertain the his family. Minister Naon of Argentina it will ..' -. .. .. .. .. .. ... --. .- .
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y who position might there be of placed American in danger citizens by According to dispatches from St. view be definitely of past determined disagreements whether the con-in D I ::. J.. ." .. t ':'v. .... ." .: : .:.
bomb D.t
found
the D-
Petersburg a was on '... ; :
the threatened anti-Christian upris- track.A ferences should be prolonged for indefinite : J --' ... '..: .. .. '...',..:. .. .. I .*. -i"'= '
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ing in Asia Minor. consideration of names of- CF :_ _: : ..
postal train, which was preced-
Turkish refugees from Macedonia fered by the two sets of delegates or _
ing the imperial train as a pilot,
s have been driven out whether there is a chance of an : --.:: ; : .. .... .
who assert they : .
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: : ; : ; : :'
struck the bomb and caused it to ex t"i:: : ; ; : !:: i..t:::,: :
if the mediators should
by the Greeks, have arrived in consid- agreement .
plode. Many of the coaches of the
erable numbers on the Asiatic coast submit some names they have in re-
mail train were shattered and several
where they have taken possession of serve.
entire villages deserted by the former persons injured. The emperor and The Mexican delegation gave outa NEW POSTOFFICE BOXES I II I I TWO NEGROES HAVE LIVELY in addition to a trip to jail he received -
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Greek inhabitants, who have crossed his family on the imperial train report from their consul at El Paso I I There have been placed 56 new MIX-UP a few taps on the head froma
passed the spot a few minutes later club in Sloan's hands which did not
t over to the islands of Chios and Mity- I claiming that about twenty-five Car- boxes in our postoffice. The boxesare .
and arrived at Tsarkoe-Selo without little than the old boxes 'disfigure the club much, but left
ranza officials were shot by Villa'smen a larger Two negro employes of the Orlando
lene.There has been some pillaging in further incident. They were on the in connection with the forcible and have combination locks on them. Novelty Works engaged in a carving enough sign on his head to merit attention -
the district along the coast of Asia way from Kishinev on the return seizure of the business office of the There has been a great demand for contest yesterday morning which from the city physician, Dr.
journey from their recent visit to! boxes at office for the P. P. Pillans.
the constitutionalist government at Jua- postoffice our resulting for
Minor and altogether position came near fatally one
Charles of Roumania at Kus-!
' there is generally regarded as a dan- King rez. past two years, and there has been of them and landed the other in the

gerous one, although Turkish officials tendje. little chance for our home people to : city bastile. Tom Sloan was the negro The cannery at Davie started oper-
., are using great efforts to keep the Miss Myrtle Warren of DeFuniak, get boxes when they want them, and that got the worst of the affray ations a few days ago with fifteen
people in check. Turkish minister of war has gone to!has been elected president of the very hard for tourists to secure one I I and it took several stitches by Dr. operatives and a big supply of Ever-
At the same time preparations are Smyrna and the Turkish troops have I Alumnae Association of the Florida during the winter season. Callahan to repair the rents in his glades tomatoes.
being made by Turkish authorities to planted mines at the entrance to the State College for Women to succeed hide caused by his antagonist's knife.
meet any possible Greek attack, The gulf. I Miss Ruth Reynolds of New York. I I Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Henry Goldson was the carver and Sentinel "wants" fill your wants .

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