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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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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

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VOLUME TWO. ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914. NUMBER 111.

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. CIfrCOUNCIL AGREES ON N STREETS I EXTENSIVE[ [ IMPROVEMEN1H[ [ I N NGRESS[ THREATENING MfmA ImN. Will L CODE I i0 AN END


BIN[ MADE[ IN THE[ REVOLT AGAINST T THE[
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T 10 Bf PAVED AND WIDTH, PAVEMENT WATKINS BlO K I I r PRESIDENT[ [ WITHOUT I ACCOMPLISHING RESULTS[


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EVERY SECTION OF THE YALE[ DEFT[ [ATED[ HARVARD IN BIG CARUTHERS & GORE STORE HOUSE WANTS TO ADJOURN ORlANDO Will HAVE A NEW LITTLE CHANCE THAT CONTENDING .

CITY GETS A SHARE OF VARSITY RAOE[ GREATLY ENLARGED I FOLLOWING PASSAGEOF SANITARY O ORDINANCE[ FACTIONS WILL

f j THE PAVING AND INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONBILL EVER GET TOGETHER


But Crimson Crews Won Most of the RENOVATED City Health Officer Gives Notice of

PlMS+ fOR DURATION PlANT ACCPUO[ Minor Contests From the What Will Be Required of WASHINGTON DEALING WITH GN.[ VillA

Sons -of Old Eli FORTY OFHCES ON SECOND[ flOOR UNDRWO[ GOES TO ME HOUSETO E Property Owners

CITY WILL LAY SIDEWALKS IN WHO HAS ALREADY MADE ONE
New London, Conn., June 19.- I The investigation of typhoid here,
FRONT OF PROPERTY WHERE CONCESSION IN ALLOWING
(Special.)-Yale won the four mile ALL FITTED UP WITH THE LAT- PLEAD FOR CURTAILMENTOF ,that we have been making for several
OWNERS HAVE FAILED TO DO varsity race from Harvard today by EST AND MOST MODERN PROGRAM BUT PRESI days, point to the open closet as the SPANIARDS TO RETURN TO

SO AND CHARGE THE COST one foot, after the most sensationalrace source of infection. Wj are. there TORREON AND MAY AGREE TO
CONVEXIEXCES-BUILD DEIXSISTS ON PASSAGE -
UP TO THEM that has ever been rowed over fore, going to require tiut these toi- AN ARMISTICE
ING WILL BE CREDIT
OF LEG-
the Thames river. It TRUST lets be
the course on I screened and remodeled as
was at first believed by the judges TO THE CITY i ISLATION spcified in the following ordinance.
The city commissioners yesterday Washington, June 19.
(Special.
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that Harvard had won, but after con- i This ordinance will be presented to
afternoon agreed upon the streets For two hours this afternoon Secre-
ferring they decided that Yale was the commissioners and passed at their
which would be paved, under the coa- When the improvements now under Washington, June 19.-Special.-( tary of State Bryan and Argentine
Y "tract made with the Alabama Paving the victor by a foot. Official time: way in the big Watkins building at .The growing threats of the passageby next meeting. The support of every Minister Naon, one of the mediators,
company Tuesday. The commissioners Yale, 21:16; Harvard, 211615. the corner of Pine street and Orange the house of representatives of an citizen of Orlando is earnestly requested were closeted in conference on the
The Cambridge team won the eight for this and other
completed it will be one resolution recom-
expressed themselves as anxious avenue are adjournment immediately Mexican situation. The discussionwas
oared event for junior crews by sev- of the most to date and attractive *'' the of the mendations to follow soon.
, to give every portion of the city a up 'following passage appro- earnest, and at times heated.
fair proportion of paving, and to pave en lengths, and the freshman eight business blocks in the state, and a priation bills, and without waitingfor Very respectfully, When it was over the participants
streets which will serve the greatest oared contest by four lengths. decided credit to Orlando. the senate to take action on the P. P. PILLANS, emerged with gloomy countenances.

2 number of people. Harvard won the second varsity ; The many extensive alterations are administration trust legislation, sent City Health Officer. Secretary Bryan urged the media-
eight oared race from Yale by seven made by Contractors Hanna Leader Underwood the Ordinance No. .
being Majority to -
t The following is a list of the streets tors not to admit delegates representing -
to be paved together with the wrath lengths.The Brothers, and the work is being su- president today with an urgent pleato An Ordinance to Regulate the Con- the Huerta-Carranza combinationto
contest was over a two mile Mr. James Diamond, struction of Closets in the
pervised by rec- curtail the legislative plans. Pres- Dry Cityof the
of paving to be laid on each: Bartlett's Point to the conferences without an ,armis
course from of the best workmen ,ident, Wilson stood his demand Orlando.
: ognized as one firmly by tice other conditions. It is under-
North, Orange Avenue-To pave yard. The time of the winning or
navy i in this section. for the legislation outlined, Section 1. All privies shall be so stood that Minister Naon insisted
with brick from street to
Washington eleven minutes and four-
team was An extension of the Caruthers -& and he is optimistic because of the constructed as to prevent the access that this be done.
Colonial Drive width 14
average seconds.
teen Gore grocery on Pine street will give reports he has received from hisj I. of flies to the night soil container.In .
feet I,i It was an easy won victory for the increased floor Shortly after eight o'clock tonight
them greatly space. leaders in the senate that the legisla- order that this may be accom-
AvenueColonialDrive from Harvard. They caught the Minister Naon went into conferenceat
North Orange men The dimensions will be 30x90 feet. tion be the
can passed through senate pUshed, the compartment under the
25 feet the water first pushed the nose of their the White House with President
to a point beyond ,
Besides enlarging this store many without delay, and adjournment i seat in which stands the night soil
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turn on Lake Ivanhoe, width to be 30,', shell out in front and then steadily other improvements will be made in Wilson and Secretary Bryan. Neither
brought about early in August. i container shall be tightly constructed
increased their lead. Bryan nor Naon would say a word
feet.Lake I it, among which we might mention Underwood refused to discuss his I of sound lumber, without cracks or
: Harvard also won the freshman concerning the discussion, and it is
Ivanhoe BoulevardFromlast tiled floors, metal ceilings, and a new conference with the president. Ac- crevices. Any openings into this com-
mentioned point to the city lim- eight oared race, defeating Yale by front. The improvements apparent that the afternoon has not
I plate glass cording to Underwood congress can I partment for ventilation shall be covered -
its, width of street to be 16 feet, this four lengths. The official time was: ,planned, when carried out, will makeit not complete the consideration of the with wire fly screening. There cleared up the threatened ending of
connecting with the county road. Harvard, eleven minutes and forty- of the neatest and most sani- the Niagara proceedings.As .
one appropriation bills inside of four shall be at the back or side of this
nine seconds Yale, twelve minutes I' result of the
conference
South Orange Avenue-From end of ; tary groceries in the city. weeks and he is in sympathy very compartment an opening for the removal a tonight
brick at Phillips' garage to Lucerne and four seconds. Prism glass skylights will be placed much with those members who favoran I of the night soil container, the end of mediation may be
d Circle,average width of brick'14 feet. The course was two miles. The over the McCrory fivea d ten cent adjournment after the appropriation -j!I which opening shall be provided witha delayed for a few days, but in all cir-
Yale freshmen took the lead at'the cles here it is conceded that media-
South Orange Avenue-From Lucerne I stores, the DeLaney & Abernethy legislation is passed. tightly fitting, let-down, board cov-
start but within four shell lengthswere I tion has been failure.
utter
Circle to Gore avenue, width of I drug store and the W. M. Slemons er, hinged to the house and so con- an
i brick to be 18 feet. passed. Harvara's lead steadily i dry goods store, and the light in thesei structed as to prevent the access of The one hope of the administrationis

Gore Avenue-South Orange avenue grew until the finish. i i places will be better diffused than at VillA REPORTED[ ON THE MARCHSOUTH H flies to the night soil. This cover that Villa will agree to an armis-
tice and send
delegate to Niagara
will be
present. Other improvements shall be with hook button
r to Kuhl avenue, width of brick toAbe I provided a or -
24 feet. made that-will add to the attractiveness WITH ARMY I and shall always be kept closed. Falls. The state department is con-
BIG OCEAN[ FLYER NEARLY Y READY of these progressive business Where practicable, the opening shall cealing the fact that it now looks to
Kuhl Avenue-Gore avenue to I I Villa as the leader of the constitu-
I' firms. abut on a public alley so as to be
southern city limits, width of brick to 10 LAUNCH The postoffice will go out of the Carranza at Saltillo Will Not Inter readily accessible to the city scaven- tionalists, but it is definitely known
be 16 feetCentral !
Watkins block at some time in the :: fere With His March on that the department's agents are now
Avenue-From A. C. L. will be ger.Section dealing with him to the exclusion of
near future'and the space oc-I I Mexico City 2. The roof of each privyor
R. R. to Garland street, fill in 14 feet. Lieutenant Porte to Have Two AS- Carranza.
i cupied by Mr. Ed. Butt's confectionery : earth closet shall be water tight,
Garland street to city limits (west), TransAtlantic Villa has made
sistants in Managing store and ice cream parlor. The El Paso, Tex., June 19.GeneralVilla and if it slopes to the rear of the already one conces-
width of brick 24 feet i 'Plane interior will be thoroughly remodeledas sion to the United States in responseto
will leave Torreon today for the house it shall project not less than
Central Avenue, East-Mainstreet, soon as the postoffice is moved front above Zacatecas. This will be- six inches beyond the rear wall of the an appeal from the Spanish am-
} to West street, fill in 14 feet. West New York, June 19.-The aero- :and it will be made into a pretty and gin the peculiar arrangement be- house. The doors of all privies shall bassador. The Spaniards whom he

street to Summerlin street, brick 24 plane now building for Rodman Wan- ;, attractive refreshment room, with all tween him and General Carranza, be tight fitting and self closing, and drove out of Torreon are being per-
feet wide. amaker in which an attempt will be modern sanitary fixtures. The candy which will allow Villa full commandof any windows or openings for ventila- mitted to return under conditions

Lucerne Circle-The entire circle, made to cross the Atlantic ocean, kitchen and ice cream factory will be the one he now dominates and any tion shall be covered by wire screens. which satisfy this government and

18 feet brick.Robinson will carry three pilots, according to I located on the second floor, where further territory he can take to the All privies shall have at least one Spain. This action by Villa demon-

t Avenue-From the rail- announcement today. Lieut. John C. quarters are being especially pre- south. No announcement has been opening of not less than two square strates that he is exercising civil as

road to Orange avenue, full width. Porte of the British navy, who has i i pared for the business, leaving the made concerning the status of Gen- feet for ventilation. well as military powers, and the elab-

Robinson Avenue-From Orange been selected by Mr. Wanamaker to 'entire lower floor as a salesroom- 'eral Natera, appointed by Carranzaas Section 3. In case of existing priv- ,orate statements emanating from

to East street, 24 feet widthof attempt the flight, will have Aviator one of the largest of its kind in the head of the central one, which ies which are not in accordance with Mexico are evasions of the real situ-
avenue
bricki. Hallett in the flying boat with him .city. I,I Villa by his insistence has taken over. the above rules, the owner of the ation.
from Newfoundland to the Azores Col. Watkins, in addition to the I II (i Villa, under the new arrangement, property will not be required to reconstruct -!/ One Side Must Bend or Mediation
Magnolia Avenue-From Robinson Islands, where the first stop will be I improvements in his block mentioned will now have a clear road to the national the privy unless, in the Breaks
4 avenue to Colonial Drive, 24 feet made. At the Azores it is planned to I' above, is converting the second story capital so far as Carranza is opinion of the City Health Officer,I The issue of the note from Mexican

brick. pick up John Lansing Callan. I into the most attractive kind of office concerned. Villa's zone roughly will said privy is a menace to health, but delegates by Senor Rabasa and theI
,a, Hughey Street-Central avenue to Launching of the craft will take i suites-offices that would be a credit include Chihuahua and western Coa- all privies shall comply with the following -I reply of the American delegates published -

America street, brick to be 24 feet. place Saturday afternoon at Lake to a city many times the size of Or- huila, which his troops already have minimum requirements: I'" last night after it had been

Main Street-From ,monument to Keuka if present plans do not mis- I lando-and offices that can be ex- taken and any territory directly south (a) The roof shall be water tight i S approved by President Wilson, admit-

Bishopstead, full width of brick,from carry. celled nowhere for convenient ar- which he can capture. and shall not discharge rain water in tedly has brought the mediation con-

Bishopstead to Robinson avenue, 24 rangement and all modern office in- Gen. Pablo Gonzales, commanderof the night soil container.b ference to a point where it generallyis
feet wide. THE WEATHER novations. the eastern division, will proceed ( ) The house shall be without expected to fail unless one side

Main Street-From Church street There will be something like forty south as best he may along the east, openings and cracks, through which gives way. The Huerta delegates,
r to Lucerne Circle, brick to be 24 feet Florida: Generally fair Saturdayand offices on the second floor, every one investing points to the south of Tam- ,flies may enter. It shall be providedwith standing firm for the selection of a

wide.West Sunday. of which is well lighted, either from ,i I a tight self closing door, and ;( "neutral" for the provisional presi-
Street-Central avenue to the street or the light courts. The pico.Gen.. Alvaro Obregon will move shall have an opening or openings for dency, and the American delegates no
Anderson street, brick to be 24 feet BASEBALL RESULTS halls and offices will have handsome- along the Pacific seaboard. His troopsnow light and ventilation, which shall be less firm that the new executive shall

I ily finished walls and beautifully pol- are investing Mazatian.I screened for the exclusion of flies. !be one fully approved by the consti-

t wide.Anderson Street-From West streetto National League ished hardwood floors. II i I, By reason of the geographical sep- (c) The seat shall have a self clos- 'i tutionalists, are confronted with a

DeLaney street, to be 24 feet wide. New York 6, Cincinnati 0. 1 Every office will be supplied with aration of these three divisions, it is ing, hinge cover of sufficient size to ,' situation which only a modification

DeLaney Street-From Anderson Philadelphia 7, Chicago 8. gas, electricity and water. Each of- expected that the three leaders will completely cover the opening or open- ,of demands on one side can amelio-

A- ,to Gore avenue, brick to be 24 feet Boston 7, St. Louis 5. fice will be supplied with an individual not interfere with one another. Car- ings in the seat. ,I rate. The general belief was that

wide, from Gore avenue to the Conway Brooklyn-Pittsburg; rain I lavatory, and all doors are of ranza will remain at Saltillo for the (d) There shall be a tightly fitting Mr. Naon had returned to Washington -

5% road, on DeLaney, brick to be 16 American League I chipped glass. Nothing has been 'present, directing Obregon and Gon- let-down, hinged cover over the box to use his efforts with the president -
'= feet wide. I Chicago 3, Boston 2. overlooked in making the building a zales, but it is said on authority that opening for the exclusion of flies. I, and the secretary of state to

Jackson Street-Orange avenue to I Detroit 3, Washington 2. model of convenience and comfort, Villa as commander of the north and Section 4. All alterations or repairing prevent a break. It was among the

railroad, full width between curbs. St. Louis 6, Philadelphia 2. even to the extent of bath rooms center will work out plans for his which srtf be hereafter madeon possibilities, too, that he might per-

t South Street-Orange avenue to Cleveland-New York; rain. with hot and cold water. own campaigns, buy his own suppliesand any privy in the City of Orlando, sonally present the names of some of

'railroad, full width between curbs. Federal League The Watkins block will be a building supervise the civil offices along shall be made in accordance with the the men suggested for the presidencyof
S Anderson Street-DeLaney to Lake Kansas City 5, Baltimore 4. of which Orlando can well feel his route. requirements under sections 1, 2 and Mexico.
street, brick 24 feet. St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 8. proud when the improvements are 3, and whenever it shall become nec- | If mediation fails the president

Lake Street-Anderson to ,Palmer Indianapolis-Buffalo; rain. Completed. Col. Watkins is living up SCHOOL BOARD IN SPECIAL essary to entirely reconstruct or plans. to issue a statement fully informing -

street brick 24 feet wide. Southern League to the reputation he established sev- SESSION change the location of any existing the public on the position of

Concord Avenue-Magnolia to Tren- Mobile 3, Montgomery 2. eral years ago in DeSoto county, The county school board will meet I privy, the new privy shall be con- the administration and outlining his

ton, brick 24 feet wide. Birmingham 5, New Orleans. 3. where the writer knew him well, as today to appoint teachers for the various structed throughout in conformitywith ,future course.
Hillcrest Avenue Magnolia to Atlanta 4, Chattanooga 1. a progressive and enterprising citi schools of the county. It is not said requirements. Whenever, : With mediation as a solution of the

Broadway, brick 24 feet wide. South Atlantic League ,zen. likely that all places will be filled, in the opinion of the City Health Officer Mexican difficulty in an admittedly
Boone Street-South to Church,full Charleston 2, Augusta 0. but Superintendent McKinnon has I the condition of any privy is precarious stage, much attention was
width between present curbs. Southto Columbus 9-2, Jacksonville 01. GREAT FIRE IN GLASGOW been quite busy hearing from patrons such that it .can not be put in a san- paid the status of the situation between -

Irvine, 20 feet wide. Albany 3-7, Macon 1-3. Glasgow, June 19.-Fire swept the and trustees of the various schools, itary condition, the City Health Offi- I Carranza and Villa. Official

Church Street-Garland to Parra- .Columbia 3, Savannah 2. Kingstown docks of the Clyde today. as well as from teachers. The meet- cer shall order a new privy constructed reports confirming earlier announcements -

more, brick to be 24 feet wide. I The enormous piers, great quantities ing today was postponed from Tues- in conformity with said sections. i, that the first chief and his
America Street-A. C. L. It. R. to A fine ,line of 50 bound books just of freight and half a dozen ships day on account of the absence of a Section 5. All privies shall be kept fighting general had patched up their

: Lucerne Circle, 24 fe't cf hick. received. Call and look them over., f were burned. The loss will total couple of members of the board, I clean at all times. The door of the differences with the understanding

; (Continued on page 8) i Curds & O'Neal. $2,000,000. thereby preventing a quorum. (Continued on page 8.) (Continued on page 8)i

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= Need of it :hantment and bliss of the lotus eat- only one in the north.

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fact which may or may not keep the palms, the warm sunshine and 'that home canning will put double

f her out of a $20,000,000 jackpot a the langorous repose of the senses. profits in your pocket. THE
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decade hence. The 1912-13 orange You pay for these and do not haggleover

crop of 8,111,000 crates barely made the change and when you returnto GRAND THEATRECOOLEST
f Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
up for the hen's missing ante, says the home world of blizzards and is the kind you want. Where to getit

Barton W. Currie in the County Gen- killing frosts you will bespeak the ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. ,

tleman. Florida charms to your friends; your Entrican. 1-20-tf

At the time of my visit to the flo- descriptions will be rather vague and SPOT IN THE TOWN

a rifulgent peninsula it was a case oft misty, your figures a scramble of

drop a home-grown orange in the hearsay statistics and your conclusions DR. A. B. WHITMAN
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from the north. This shows a This is very nearly the normal stateof I DENTIST?

pretty rock trade balance, but doesn't mind of the flitter and drifter who ,' TODAY

begin to tell the, story of Florida's sojourns in Florida, and it is upon East End Charleston Block, up-stairs

lopsided economies. The balance their flimsy testimony and the hear- ..

sheet of nearly every county in the of their intimates that too manyof
say
"The Raid ol the Red Marauders a Kalem pedal ij ijif
L state is shot to pieces with canned us base our impressionistic impressions -!,DR. F. C. BOARDMAN

y goods, waste and neglected potentialities. of the state into which the in two parts.

Yet the material wealth of the Suwanee river flows from its source DENTIST

state accumulates in pyramidal to in Southern Georgia. There is a

tals.If widespread belief that the entire Boardman Building "Mrs. Romona's Scenario."

you come to analyze closely you peninsula is one vast tropical gar- Office Hours: .
will find that it is because of excepting only the Everglades
more gen, ,
s than in spite of the topsy-turvy balance which have be"n! highly and reful- 8.30 to 1.:00 1ft to 4:00 "The Missing 25 Dollars," an Edison and a good one. |

sheets that Florida grows and gently advert xi, and that every acre Telephone 540.I .

thrives and waxes fat. The farsighted of its soil is a steaming jungle of "
investor sees possibilities in the fertility.As I "The Canning Industry in California, an Essanay.

making, reads the prodigious climatic for the marshy sections of ro POPUlA'I

and health book values and buys opportunity Florida, they are no worse than the F. NA.. ICS

:- in the raw, estimating to swamps of New Jersey and Michigan: 300 GOOD MUSIC.

a mathematical certainly that a fin- -only there are more of them. Get |i IF IIAPTJCLES!

ing process is bound to eventuate and the water cff of them and you may

} that some day the egg of the Florida grow ten times the variety of crops
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hen will follow the orange into the the New Jersey and (Michigan marshes -j ILLU5TRA35gsHVnON5y i! CHILDREN 5c. :.: ADULTS lOc.

slot, whereat real money will rattle produce.The )

down into the home till same comparison holds in the $$& *

Purely natural forces should bring j:I case of the poor pine lands, where- Popular Mechanics MONDAY-"Adventures of Kathlyn."

this about in an era of cumulative upon you begin to realize the magni- Magazine

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all psychology political, economy as well as, and at,the to tack root ont of Florida's every month discard that millions land are of bound acres to of A doubtless year resident,of the the most ol greatest Mars wonderful world would in age gladly the,of universe.what pay-is ... ...... .... .. .. :::;:::: M::::::::::::::::::::::::::::


a heavy phrase, it is as fundamental come under cultivation.Get I
r as the law of gravity is to physics or you staples going first and usea to this magazinein order to keep informed of
{ the heliocentric theory is to as- our progress m Engineering and Mechanics.
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', tronomy. It is a dandy sport to raise neighbors are and it is the favorite magazine
; if must take a chance. You thousands
you ta of the best American
alligator pears and mangoes, whereasa can plant potatoes in January and | homes. It appeals to all classes-old and Condensed report of the
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and
young men women
A
Florida hen is somewhat of Sa var-
The "Shop Rotes" Department (20 pages)
mint to handle unless you happen to gtres easy ways to do things-how to make
useful articles for home and shop,repairs,eta
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many wonderously blooming Sale wan Aikoar ii NmdeiJer race SAMPLE ta ibov COPY jw CM TODAY or at close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith

I Florida nooks you have to throw up POP. ..AR MECHANICS CO.

little sand hill for your hens to OR 318 W.Washington St,CHICAGO Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida.

graze on when the rams come along

and even after you have provided EXCHANGEFive

these isles of safety you would be

much happier if your hens were ; Room House, built

ducks.It to sit down and of cement blocks 24x36, RESOURCES LIABILITIES
is very easy Are You a Woman ?
write about what the Floridians Cartright shingles, two
Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 Capital $100,000.00 I
should do in the way of persuading lots some ;
100x150, young
n: Mrs. Hen to contribute her fair share 647.59
and Overdrafts Surplus and Undivided l Profits 31,121.37 :
to the prosperity jackpot and to peach, orange grape-

3 comment on her reluctance as shocking fruit trees. Driven well Stocks( and Bonds 26018.33 Deposits 585,497.65 ; ;

t but it is quite another thing to 200 feet. Take GarduiTho Real Estate, For. and Fixtures :26187.37 Doe to Banks and Bankers 8,378.97 ; ;
get the flocks going on a business
basis Address Cash on Hand and Doe from

It can be done and is being done
Banks 301,970.31
here and there on a progressive scale Box 424, Woman's Tonic ,
so there is a rosy vista opening up --

_; for the Florida egg specialist of the Kissimmee Florida Total
S727,997.99t'
Total $727,997.99 :
kF future. Ditto canners, beef, corn and 1

"; hay producers. But there must be a 68imMMMMMiOMMMMMIM

gradual evolution from process to FOBSiLElTJlLDlNSTSF4
GEO. E. NOLAN. '
process, not a blind rush such as some I ,

Florida boosters forecast in their lurid -

literature.The hurry-up. trippers and rush- Cashier.

"STARVING TO DEATfl".
tbout tourists, who are ever welcomein

the Peninsula state are naturally I
nc-t interested in dull commercial stag -

tistics, trade balances, transportations Was Mrs.Bell of Florida When :
HOtForSale IJ JJ tl II111 it 11MMIMIII MM MI
charges and facilities and the ;rtl'tt; '; ; ItMMtMMIMMII W8&

intricacies of hauling in and haulingout She Began Taking Peruna. : --

freight 11111 III Jill 11111 11111 I'"
In their random sightseeing they "Yes. I was starving to death" we heard from her. December 1912 i
aid Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce. she was still a friend of Peruna. <
are content with a superficial gaze
Florida. Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof f !
here and there and give ear to any take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach, see "Ills of Life" sent !
sort of specious nonsense they read thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, I
in the newspapers or catch from the soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. :| ---
very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined I r
lips of redundant boomers. They see acted as If I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8roomHouse I .
the oranges and the grapefruit on was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same ;

the trees and recall what they paidr doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat. Catarrh of t : 2 doors
relief. I continually the stomach I
me no was and bowels will derange
the same grade of fruit in the
growing worse. the functions of these organs. The !
'north or the middle west Then theyare : west of Wyoming -
I Was In Despair stomach can no longer digest food. I Just arrived load
ripe for any sort of phantasy and The food lying In the stomach even t car
_" In my despair I caught at every for a short time without digestion : i Hotel. Bar-
yield instantly to the charms and sub- straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw FORDS for immediate -
immediately sours The souring produces t
tleties of the rhapsodist some account of Peruna. There was and
gas Irritation. : |
Siting out on the broad hotel gal- a testimonial from a woman who bad: gain. delivery.Get
Food Sours In the Stomach .
been troubled much like myself. I : _
leries they inhale the sweet odorsof fg i t
concluded to try Peruna. A portion of the undigested meal is
honeysuckle and orange groves 1 Wrote to Dr. Hartman. absorbed into the system by the blood : nowF.
and fill their lungs with the tonic "At the same time I wrote to Dr. vessels of the stomach. This poisons \ A. L. Bentley, yours
the whole system, producing a condition -
4 breath of the pines. Before them, on Hartmau. He pronounced my case
a table of Florida bamboomanufactured catarrh of the stomach and bowels. now known as autointoxication; : 10 L AMELIA AVENUE :; G. RUSH,
self poisoning. The fermenting irrI-
in Grand Rapids-is a bowl of X soon began taking Peruna. At: tating mass, as it passes down Into Phone 226
once I began to Improve. After taking i t411111111111111111111111'
4' clot-of-gold roses, and as they look half a bottle my stomach was so the bowels Irritates the bowels, producing -
dreamily off into the sapphire distance improved that I could eat some." sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
sometimes producing the very oPPoI iMMIIillllllMII **
their gaze lightly dawdles upon I Began to Recover. site constipation. '

mammoth clumps of gorgeous poin- Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine SUMMER TIME IS
settias and hibiscus, towering moss- to narrate in detail her rapid improvement helps to artificially digest the food. 0
Even when such medicine does Its .
and final recovery. She
draped pecans, camphor and cinnamontrees Bald "After taking two bottles of Pe- work it Is only temporary. A perma FLY TIMEAre
dwarf and giant poinciana and runa I was strong enough to stand up meat relief can only be expected when 1
gargantuan trumpet flowers and to wash the dishes." When she began the catarrh is overcome. .4 those windows screen- ;

gardenias, glorious hedges of crepe taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The ed yet? Patented detach- !
jessamine, tropical oleanders and pounds. After she had taken five symptoms of catarrh of the ; able hangers used on all ; ;
bottles of Peruna she weighed 122
f magnolias, banana, bamboo and banyan pounds. She concludes by saying stomach are: First heartburn. Second *> screens. No ladder need- ; ;
food rises In throat after meals. ,
ed to take off or put on >
h that she is well
trees, so on and so forth till the Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavy
windows. i iR.J.WALDRON
; senses reel with horticultural and ar- It Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach when washing
I
boricultural variations. The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth, pal
quotations were made was received pitation of heart. Seventh poor digestion .
What if the in
egg your cup was January %9, 190L In a later letter have dyspepsia. Eighth, Contractor and Builder
laid by a mangy hen in Wyoming? written September 11. 1904. she says. tongue coated light brown. Ninth WOOD, COAL AND ICE I NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
What if your marmalade hails from 1 sing the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. : 410 West Street I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
i Scotland, your cereal from Michigan, near. It is used a great deal In our Tenth cannot bear tight clothes Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
566. 9-31-tf
vicinity. This seems to be a bad around waist 1111111111111111111111111Read Coal Yard, phone I Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
A your sugar from Cuba and your chop place for catarrh." We have received l People who object to liquid medi

.t\, 0- from the Texas Panhandle? You caret letters from her slate The last time cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. the advertisements daily. r Job printing; at the Sentinel J t Subscribe for the SentinelFLORIDA


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NOMINATIONS BY PLURALITY FLORIDA UNIVERSITY CATALOGUE .


Editor Tribune: I notice in the The University of Florida catalogfor your.jJJtiwJf t

meeting of the campaign committee: t 1914-15 is a neat book of two hundred -

of the Hillsborough County Democratic pages, now ready for general

Committee held last Saturday they i distribution. It contains valuable information -
For Any Kind of Letter File
Hints passed some resolutions relative tc about the history of the a ,

changes desired in the 1913 primary university, its government and regula-

laws r tions, the names of its officers and Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -

A penny saved is The changes they rote are merely Aet teachers and of the state governing
in a file may save you several dol-
a penny earned of detail, but there are other changes boards. It tells about the beautiful

Benjamin Franklin. needed more important, which pertainto campus, the splendid buildings and lars'in money by keeping your receipts in

the practical results of such pri- their excellent equipment; gives detailed -
Uneeda BiscuitA easy reference or may sa've more than that
mary system. The recent primary information about the various

How to Do Ironing Satisfactorily. election demonstrates that where crisp, clean, nutri- departments of instruction, courses in valuable time not to mention the annoy-

of all the Irons must be there are two or more candidates for >f study and states the terms and
tious food. For ance of being unable to find the
FIRST clean and suited the same office that the election results methods of admission to the university paper you
everybodyevery-
the article to be ironed. in the nomination of the can- where. Fresh in the ; it shows the low cost of attendance wish just at the time you need it.

Irons come now In all sizes didate by a plurality. I do not think and the opportunities for self-

for all purposes. ,this is according to the Democratic moisture-proof pack- help at the university and a calendar

Heat the irons slowly, but bare usage and law and is according to age, 5 cents. showing the date of opening next fall W. S. BRANCH,

them very hot before starting even if Democratic preced nt. and of other important events of the I

they must be cooled later. Try themon If you will go back to the days / university year. This catalogue shouldbe The Arcade Book and Music Store
a soft clean cloth. when the convention system was in N jIlklo' in the hands of the citizens who

The ironing sheet also must be clean. vogue for nominating candidates it wish to inform themselves about their

For fine lingerie cover the ordinary was always a rule that a candidate Tate University, and young men who -
'
Ironing sheet with thin material For must receive two thirds of the votesof think of going away to school should _.i-iiii "-

embroidery and lace use a Turkish the convention before he! was declared oyIr send for a copy.AMERICAN "

towel pinned tightly around the board. a nominee. This has always

To stiffen articles slightly without been the rule in the Democrtic Na- ACADEMY OF MEDICINE Hammond &GoreFUNERAL
starch rub them on the wrong side
tional Convention that nominates can- CONVENTION
with warm water and borai. ZuZuThe
didates for the president and vice
4 To clean the irons if starch sticks DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
president and I think Mr. Champ Atlantic City, N. J., June 19.-
rub them over fine then funny little name
emery paper, Clark could tell how this is when for Scores of prominent physicians and
with a little paraffin wrapped In mus- of the famous little
several ballots he had a majority of others interested in the sciologicalside VALUES LOW PRICES
lin. If an Iron becomes rusty scrubit ginger that puts
with hot water and soap. then rub the members of the last Democratic fresh snap"snap" and"ginger" of medicine gathered here today COMPARE

It very lightly with lard. Wipe It Convention, but was denied tha nomi- for the thirty-ninth annual meetingof

carefully with absorbent cotton to re- nation because he did receive the two. into jaded the American Academy of Medicine -

move all traces of the lard. thirds. appetites. 5 cents.GRAHAM :. The sessions will continue for OUR FURNITURE

Never allow Irons to get red hot, as I think that no system should be four days.RePorts.

it takes the temper out. Do not put a adopted that will result in plurality of committees and routine We provide the quality of furniture that has loifg
hot Iron in water to cool it: stand It
on one side for a few minutes.It nominations and I think that the next business consumed most of the time been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

Is unwise to put Irons directlyover Legislature should amend the law so t today. Tomorrow the subject an- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

the gas flame as it spoils the as to provide for this being done and nounced for the day is "Practice of It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

Iron. In the absence of a special device of course I can see no way how it i Medicine and the Industries." Amongthe this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

for holding them use an.asbestos can be done except by a second pri- speakers will be Frederick L. this business, and that means much to any buyer.

mat mary, and while this is troublesomeat Hoffman, insurance statistician of
When possible colored goods should the time should Newark N. J. Dr. Alice Hamilton
same we preserve ; ,
be ironed on the wrong side then McNEDI & DAVIS BLOCK
and not for the Illinois Commis-
pressed on the right This brings out a principle only a principle, vestigator ,

the coloring./ All wool underwear ought but it is actually denying the peoplethe sion on occupational diseases; Wil- Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.

not to be ironed as ir )nlng causes it to right to choose their candidates liam M. Ogle, surgeon to a large min- I

shrink. when it is submitted to a plurality CRACKERSThe ing company and Owen Lovejoy, gen- J
.
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nomination. eral secretary of the National Child -

How to Cur Hiccup In connection with the recent pri- natural sweetness Labor Committee of New York. On
Hiccups can be as troublesome as
mary, I might mention the race for and nutrimentof Nonday the final executive session
any of the minor ills which aggravate .HllliliillMIIHMMiMMMMIIIMmiHUItOttlMfWe
mankind but from time out of mind representative to the legislature. In the wheat are retained will be held.

there has been a remedy for every ill. I this race Mr. Bedinfield received giving thema

and hiccups share the lot of other ills 1,404 votes; Mr. Loomis, 430; Mr. delightful flavor. SKIN HIM? YOU BET! HIS SKINIS Will Put the Reinsof ii

in this respect Martin, 1,580; Mr. Rogers 305; Mr. 10 cents. THEIRS
One old cure for hiccups Is this: White 633; Mr. Wier 1,323; Mr. Wilder -
Take three four damsons Success in Your
or preserved
in your mouth at a time and- 1,588. This would total 7,263, Buy biscuit baked by Pittsburg, Jane 18. "Give us back
but of there not thai skin.
swallow them course were our
by degrees. A tempta-
tion this would seem to be to childrenof many persons voting, and as each NATIONAL This is the heading of an article HandsHow

another generation to have attacks person voting was presumed to vote BISCUIT appearing in a publication issued by

of hiccups. for two person we divide this numberby the Westinghouse striking employesin

Water drinking often stops this trou- two, which gives us 3,631 as the COMPANY East Pittsburg and Swissvale.The ? By furnishing you with ; ;
i
ble. The water should be slowly swallowed total number of persons voting for Always look for that name article excoriates Charles Men- Fertilizer. Let
not gulped down-swallowed. a perfect our representative ; :
the representative. The two candidates sor, an employe of the Union Switch
like the damsons by degrees.
The best water treatment is this: nominated under this primary and Signal company, who returned to call on you. He will give you a J :

Fill the mouth with cool water. Hold system are Mr. Martin with 1,580 work against the wishes of his fellow -
each forefinger over the lobe of the votes and Mr. Wilder with 1588 votes. EVOLUTION OF VISITING CARDS employes. formula that will make and mature ; ;

ear. closing it tight Then swallow the Mr. Martin lacked 471 votes of receiving Mensor was seriously injured in an

water very slowly. If this operation I the majority of all the votes I Some authorities hold that the ori- accident in the plant eighteen months ; your fruit.
is properly carried out it Is almost sure
I I cast and Mr. Wilder lacked 455 votes .gin of the visiting card lay in the circumstance ago. Skin grafting was the only
to cure hiccups.
Still another remedy is sugar, and of receiving the majority of all the I'[ that, when Pericles first means of saving his life, and fellow

this acts like a charm with some per votes cast for members of the Leg- laid siege to the heart of Aspasia, he employes gave 102 square inches of

sons. The sugar; should be of the gran- islature. sent her a bouquet to which, fearful their cuticle to him. Fii

ulated sort and a full teaspoonful The same thing applies to the vote lest she might not guess from whom The article states that if Mensor is T m r f Fertilizer l'

4 should swallowed be taken slowly.at once. It should be for county treasurer, where Mr. Cone the compliment proceeded, he cause j caught on the street, the "borrowed"skin / i-

received 938, Mr. Head received 1,463 to be attached a strip of wood wherein will be taken from him.
Holding the breath is sometimes effi-
cacious. Hold it and count twenty or and Mr. .White received 1,728 votes. his name was cut. He is escorted to and from work bya ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA

thirty slowly.In I Mr. White was declared the nominee, According to Mertarelli, who policeman.We .
severe cases of hiccups accompanying although he lacked 637 votes of receiving among others, had been at much painsto 1111'11111111'llllllellllleIIDIIIIII = O Ollllllllltt 2

illness champagne, a spoonfulat the majority of.the votes cast compile the history of the insure your life and loan you

a time, is sometimes found of use. for County Treasurer. I do not wishto card it is difficult to say whetherit money on real estate at 6 per cent tlllllllllllllllll""IIII'111111118DO'IIIIQIIIIIII
Sometimes, too. expert massage of the be understood as casting any was first used'in Greece or China interest Guarantee Life &: Loan Co.,
abdomen cures hiccups. Curry Building Tampa Fla.
,
blame on the beneficiaries under this However that may be, it seems to be
325d&wtfTry
system, but I do wish to be under- an ascertained fact that the visiting COW PEASWe
How to Keep Baby Covered.
Mothers since time immemorial have stood as condemning a system which card did not really obtain to any extent the Sentinel Job Department.

1'1t"t! lightly o' nights with the, necosMt.v nominates candidates by a plurality in Europe until the time of Louis

of routing often to draw the coverlets :XIV. It crossed the palace at Madrid
vote.The RHEUMATIC
OUT ieNtles s little ones. 1913 primary law attemptedto and Louis, himself, was the cause SUFFERERSSHOULD USE --

The active child simply will not lie overcome this by providing for a of it being introduced into, the Neth

quietly all night long and the more second choice, but the election recent- erlands. 5 DROPSThe have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
active anti healthful it is the do
j more
ly held demonstrates that very few Then it was adopted in Italy, whereit
the little limbs kick and toss about in HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations nam-
to much elaboration. Best Remedy ,
dreams. Many devices have been resorted voters took advantake of this, in facta i was subjected

to to keep the baby covered, but voter in marking a second choice i First the cards showed a modest border for all forms of ing quantity desired. Price .sure right.

here is a contrivance that seems the runs the risk of defeating his first of flowers or leaves; then appeared RheumatismLUMBAGO.

best thing of the sort yet choice votes, and therefore he will not landscapes, bits of architec- We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

At the four corners of the quilt a little exercise the privilege. Furthermore, ture, allegories, etc. Finally came
larger than the size of baby's crib all kinds.
there is no such thing in psychologyas scenes of rural l life,.alternating with
are metal snap fasteners. Ribbons are
views of monuments and town. The Ask for Tomato Egg Plant Car-
sewed to the uprights of the crib In a second choice. A man always prices on Pepper,
such a position that they cannot slip. wants what he wants until it develops name was printed on a picture of the .
SCIATICA. NEURALGIA, riers Phones 181191.
GOUT etc.
It is the matter of a moment to snap that he cannot get it, and then he wall, or of a tree, or a fountain.A AND KIDNEY TROUBLE. ,

the buttons fast the coverlet being will look around for something else to view of the Adriatic figure on

drawn so smoothly and snugly over take its place, but until he sees that the card of Count Alexandre Papoli, !F. IF. DuttonSANFORD
DROPSSTOP
the other bedding that only stren-
very
he cannot get his first choice he can- while the 'Franco family favored a
uous kicking on the part of the child
not exercise a second choice, so that large stone, guarded by two dogs,
will disarrange It. The buttoned
snap with the ampitheater of Verona in the THE PAIN FLORIDA
coverlet should be large enough to provision of the primary law is certainly Ghee QokkRsUef

spread roomily over the mattress and without any force, and I hope background.-Savannah News. 5-15-tf.

bedding. that the next Legislature will amend

this primary which has so many good ST. PETERSBURG COMMISSIONERS 1

How to Clean Lace With Magnesia. 'eatures so that before a man receives MAY BE RECALLEDSt.
Very fine lace: when slightly soiled: he MTU c'I.clori" nil ON Honor
office
for
the nomination Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co-
can be beautifully cleaned in a prepa-
a of the votes Met W,t**.It.,CIIICMO
receive majority
shall Fla. June 18.-A
ration of block magnesia In which a Petersburg, ,
small quantity of dry blueing has been cast for such office, and in order to petition calling upon the commissioners -

sifted. Scrape the magnesia from the accomplish this that a second primarywill of this city to order an election Saturday 4:30 P. M.

block use dry blueing if obtainable be provided for to be held within which will determine whether they MAKE YOUR OWN I

then coat the lace on both sides with two weeks from the primary.T. .- shall be retained in office or recalled, PAINT J One Embroidered Dress Pattern be
to
the substance. Wrap it in several the Tribune. j [
in
Well Tampa was filed late yesterday afternoon
thicknesses of a folded towel and beat to first customer J
the towel lightly from end to end. sideto \s7tn the city clerk. The petition bore 3 YOU will SAVE given away making purchase -

side. and re|>ent until the lace is free The Irish and descendents of Irish more than 200 names and is believed I 60 ds. PER GAL to the amount of .

from all dn>t have formed an Irish Home Rule Clubin to be amply large to make the election THIS IS HOW I
., ) -*
Hy
This is Jin exceptionally successful Pensacola. The object of the clubis mandatory.,
Buy 4 gals.L.CS.M.Semi- $15.00
method of cleaning: Irish crochet and to give a big picnic and parade in Charges against the commissioners Mixed Real Paint $3.43
silk laces. When too badly soi'ed' makea celebration of the event when the alleging actions were filed some time And 3 gals.LinseedOilto
preparation of equal parts of gaso- mix with it 2.10
Irish home rule bill becomes effect- J. Mott Williams. The sign-
line and chloroform containing a few ago by MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
drops of amtnoui.i. nnd mix in this sufficient ive. ers of the recall petition will hold a Makes7gals.Paintfor$10.50

t-oriistarch to make a soft paste. meeting and decide upon candidatesto It's only $1.50 per gaL

Apply this to the lace allow the cornstarch ORANGE GROVE FOR SALETwomiles run against the commissionerswho The L. &: M. SEMI.MIXTD

to dry thoroughly, then shake old Holden from Orlando.Write,Part Mrs of Mark the it is understood, will, to a man, ZINC REAL and PAINT UNSEED l. PURE OIL-the WHITE best knouo LEAD Agents for Barclay Corsets
the lace free from ilnst Very delicatelace grove. lor 100 -
materials
for the paint years.
White, Ocoee, Fla. 66d&wlmo.Dean ,be candidates places.
yokes cunbiinlng; silver and gold Use a gal.out of any you buy and if not the McCalTs Patterns1IIIIIIIIIIIO'CCIIII"'IIIIII
best punt made then rc W"Abe pit and get
thread". tiiiM-l nr Jewels can be clean
E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand all your nosey b ;k.HEIJI'S .
ed without injury in this manner.
fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, roses. J. M. Caruthers.
Empire building. 5-27-lm 6-8-3t HARDWARE CO. ***JEconomy





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South Florida SentinelMORNING Charles L. Swindell M. D., ''ACT MAY Of UN OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
AND WEEKLY Wilson, N. C. ,
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor ltd Owner The Butterfly's a free-lance and the -

t Entered at the postoffice at Orlando Flor- And Bee the a Dragonfly's buccaneer.a pirate lurking Attorney's for ) Taft Citizen Males Suggestions as p AFTER SUPPER S4LE
in each hidden nook
; 1
u Second Class Mail Matter. tend That It
Where
The Katydid's a gossip, clacking loud to Brick Roads
SUBSCRIPTION RATES for all to hear, of Should Be Built

Daily 1 Year ..........................J300 Butthe Little Harmless Housefly
Daily 6 Months ....................... Z.6 I'm the villain of the book. I i
Daily. S Months ...................... L25 1 iI Miami Fla.
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 My life begins in filth-piles which the Taft, Fla., June 18, 1914.
dom of the
i press To the County Commissioners.
shiftless men ignore
{ Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 I batten the loathsome; der the declaration Gentlemen:-The people living in
Weekly. C Months ..................... .'I on mess
until my wings appear; lated by one the south end of your county most respectfully

s TO ADVERTISERS: Then out into the daylight ubiquitousI corrupt practice ask you to consider the

soar, contentions of the following proposition:
With liberty unbounded on my tour
advertising C py far rust display be banded aid all in _at her the band-set basinets derous career. ,, action brought That you begin building all brick

dike .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. .. and S. Bobo Dean, roads at the ends farthest away from
tat day before publication. This rule applies I love to haunt the stables-which
secretary-treasurer Orlando and build in Orlando
to
U chances for contract advertising; it is they never think to screen, ( as
invariable and wiO be strictly adhered to. Or spend a crowling hour in the Printing company, : far as your funds will allow, leaving

open-work latrine. Miami Metropolis, what you are not able to pave at the
Subscribers should notify desiring! the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued en- Then hasten to the kitchen with a with violation of Orlando end, and the same' distanceon I
the date of expiration otherwise it will be stimulated zest the in
continued at the regular subscription rates, ''I'' And sample every dish to find publication each road.
until notice to stop is received. which one I like the best.I May 30 of an You have spent several thousand = -
I ; by a committee of dollars building clay roads which you -
SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1914. feast in sick-room vessels-pause to Now
club. The action was now propose to tear up and put down "Thirteen" is an unlucky number-we
---- taste a pool of spit, I
Explore a pauper's festering sores plaint of A. Leight brick. thought of skipping it, but reason said "no!" So
A corset salesman in Louisville -torment a mangy pup, of the board of Why not let the good roads remain here we are again with this popular buying event

calls 'em jewel cases. Then with my deadly freighted toes Dade county. and pave where there is no road? Is -and these items are in addition to the grand

o To pantry my whilom or to way dining I flit hall or to a i i;t r. The case came it not easier and very much cheaperto bargains that we are giving during our "Annual

How about a little mediation be- drinking cup. !j i!i before Judge J. L. clay the roads where the clay is White Sale."

tween Carranza and Villa? j criminal court of than to haul it ten or fifteen miles at There's an exception in every case-we will

o- I dabble o'er a carcass-its putrescence -i tion to quash was an expense of five dollars per load, prove conclusively that there is one to the, "Thir-

Mediation is on its last legs and They away is to a treat taste; the sweetness I!{i ing, Attorney A. J. i which you would be compelled to do teen hoodoo" and prove it by holding out to you

Huerta had not saluted the flag of a sleeping baby's lip. I}I' case for the defense if you clayed the road at the Osceola such a budget of values that will be the most fortunate -

to the time of going to up I'm an instrument of murder and my j ilicitor!I J. T. county line? Why did you not clay and lucky investment indulged in.
press. weapons are my feet, I|. this end of the road five
The motion was years ago
For I leave trail behind AS
o my me USUAL AT SEVEN
wheresoe'er I pause to sip. ;i'ment by the court as agreed with the Osceola commis- COME!
Hon. A. B. Newton, of Winter Gar- I served. Sun.'I'sioners? Was it not because it was

den, is eminently qualified for the So childless breasts and aching hearts :| The deals so far away from clay that it would 36-INCH PERCALES
A speakership; and the Florida houseof come stalking in my wake. I case GRASS LAWNS
bankrupt the county to do it? For a
representatives could not And graveyards yawn expectantly : by the legislature of Another case opened up of Imported manufacture _
pick a
short distance out of Orlando all
because men let me live I
;
better of the first to be the famous Vulcan -84 1,200 yards of dainty 3
r man.Wonder From high and low, from rich and
roads If in
need of
are fairly good. andI
toned effects
statute which count
i iTo a fact fast dyed percalesin on
toll I take
o poor, my ghastly ; j handsome
repair at time they are to Crepe grounds
r in it. It any easy
interest is -
a splendid
where the poet of the Eus- age nor youth nor helpless babeno : range of mostly fancy Stripes
'I get at, are within your reach and -
tis Lake Region got the idea that a quarter do I give. I defense that the over 50 different designs wears well looks well
j tional, and that it where your teams, materials and men You know the regular -sold regularly for 35c.
"maiden kissed in June" is more So it's ho! for hall and hovel-you Your
any Ii where your office is, and where price. choice Satur yard. Your choice Satur-
beautiful than a maiden kissed in De- may find me everywhere, newspaper I is most economical to do the repairs day night --------__09c day night __________ 16c
cember Man's menace from the moment I in his argument
? ,January, or other month?
r any when he draws his natal breath; : tion of the law and where it will save the SPECIAL
o Created in a dung-hill, yet I come to thousands of dollars annually BARGAINS EVERY DAY DURING It
e The argument of Hon. T. B. Wells, cleave the air- I I political advertising I have the repairs made. Clay roads II THE GREAT WHITE SALE tt I
of Plant City, favorable to the rein- The Special Agent of Disease-the |I names of those
Courier of Death. of I: need repairs, but good brick ,
carnation of the first and second primary iI i i printers .it applies seldom. 36-INCH PAJ.UIACHECKS
36-INCH BLEACHED
i method of nominations in Florida I j vertisements sent
s is unanswerable. It is reprinted Hugh C. Sparkman, who, nine form. He also Then build your clay where you MUSLIN
see it and get at it, and your : The quality you always Round thread good
tion
citizen of this fixing a penalty
from the Tampa Tribune on another years ago, was a coun-
farthest from your base of opI I buy for underwear the weight. This is a southern ,
page. ty and is stiff kindly remembered by I vertisements of this I quality that wears- production and is a

o many of our people, is again in the the name attached is another 1,000 yards on crackerjack at regular selling -
Some newspapers are careless in newspaper business, a calling for f as fettering the Very truly yours, Saturday night for _7yte of 12l c yard. 1,000
which he is He : as granted under J. E. TRACY. yards only, Saturday
preparing headlines, and the Fort eminently qualified. Regular lOc and 12l e night just to introduceit
Pierce Tribune is the latest offender. : is managing editor of the Orlando ; rights. : Any quantity cut. at __ 7Jic
Buy your garden seed from DeLa- -------------
A heading in that excellent paper Sentinel and it goes without saying ,( Judge Sanders held & Abernethy. Just received a
says, "St. Lucie Is Best County," the that he will add greatly to the interest .entirely constitutional shipment of fresh seed. 313tfIMMMIMMHHMMMM : I SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY OF OUR it I

writer omitting to add "except Or- of that paper.-Punta Gorda Her- f been violated in this .. f CLOTHING SALE BE IN AT THE FINALE! if

ange." ald. I As there are :

o o the matter, the WHITE HOSIERY "RED SEAL" ZEPHIRSToo

Bill Mapoles is going to repeal the We are sorry to note that Editor i I decision. T.F.HOIRIHAN i Phoenix, Gordon, Ever- well known to eulo-

s Bryan primary law. Bill was electedto Josiah Ferris of the'Orlando' Sentinelis wear and other makes gize upon we have
Licensed Plumber and
the legislature from Walton county; very ill of typhoid fever. Editor I' Hugh C. Sparkman i take a big drop. Stock up opened up a case, 2,500
by a narrow margin, and if he, after Howard of the Orlando Citizen is vate secretary of Sanitary Engineer and stock up well Saturday yards of the newst designs ,
I just received from
; winning, feels that way about it, it also ill but not seriously and here's I gle, is now editor of Estimates Furnished. Jobbing Night at these prices the mills.
Promptly Attended to.
would scorch the paper to print what Hoping that both of them recover ida Sentinel, of Regular 50c., 75c.. $1.00, You usually pay 15c.
s the defeated candidates think.A rapidly and get back into harness I' is owner. We PHONE 629 $1.50, Saturday night 42c., Your choice Saturdayat
59c., 89t, $1.29.
Y -----------------7yicr. ;
o : again. On account of their serious owner and the new 106 Court Street r .

profitable mail order orange and illness the next meeting of the Lake sured the latter will
OUR
ANNUAL
WHITE
SALE INCLUDES
grapefruit business has been built up Region Press club may have to be the satisfaction of the ORLANDO, FLORIDA ALL

by a Brevard county orange grower,, postponed until October.SanfordHerald. Josiah-now go to 4-jllm I READT-TO.WEARS IN WHITE

i he using the parcels post to carry the Palm Beach Tropical HIIMMMHHMIMiiiMi4MIIMIMMMIIIIMMMIIMIM
fruit quickly to his customers in SPECIALS IN GROCERIES

many different states, and nearly all IMMIMIHIIIMMIMMIMMMHMMtltiBATHING 1I' .

of whom were obtained by judicious ALL DAY SPECIALSFox SATURDAY NIGHT

: advertising. There is no reason why River Butter, Ib. 33c SPECIALS
CAPS JUST RECEIVED
some enterprising Orange county
Gold Seal Butter. Ib 31c 20 Ibs granulated
grower can not profit by this exam- Golden Dale Butter 30c .at ------------__sugar$1.00

pie. From Robber manufacturers. Prices 50c, 7Sc and $1.00. All colors.McELROY'S Jell'O Powders 3 for 23c Van Camp's Cream, per

r. o Georgia Peaches, per dozen -____ -----__43C

: The Orlando Sentinel declares that !: basket ___ __ ___60c 10-lb pail of Cottolenefor
--
"Senator Bryan would not today be PHARMACY % DRUGS PHONE{ 20tllllMMIMiMilllHMIMIMMMIM : --____ -----_$uo

representing Florida in Washington '

t under the law of his own making." II If : : : : : : : : : : : : : _ .. EMBRODERIES TAKE A SLUMP IN PRICES
The Sentinel goes on to state that the ,' DURING THE WHITE SALE
'I II I
' second choice votes would not have ,
3 'HIIIIIIIIMMIilIIMMtfMttttHtttMIMMilllMIIMIMHIHHIIillillMMI *
overcome Blount's lead over Bryan, .. All DAY SPECIALS
: and adds that it favors the restora-
-
tion of the second primary. Itwouldn't
A clearance of several Fancy Swiss Mulls and ti
surprise us if the next leg-
hundred yards of very Lappet spots Extra
islature does things to the Bryan handsome Embroidered fine quality in over
t law.-Lakeland Telegram. II Jacquard Crepes. Extremely 50 different designs -
o : ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : : fashionable all white will make a
Regularly sold at 50 cents cool and dainty summer
The St. Petersburg Independent and 75 cents per yard. A costume.
has no sympathy for the aged senators Commencement Day-an important event in the : cash proposition enablesup Fully worth 35c yard,

kept in Washington during the lives of young people should receive some fitting mark : to sell them all day any length you like Saturday -

hot months, and thinks the lengthy of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the : Saturday for ____ :__ISc for __ ______12YZc;

speeches on the tolls and other ques occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of I.

tions might well have been omittedso Jewelry? I.i' LACES AT A FRACTION OF THEIR COST iJ

far as influencing the result is II I. DURING THE WHITE SALE I
ii
y concerned. The Independent has the DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe : :

wrong idea about congressional direct the attention of relatives and friends to :II: ME.VS STRAW HATS- MEN'S PANAMA HATS
speeches. They are not supposed to
the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this : : : Any stiff straw hat in The genuine article all
i influence votes but are delivered entirely I the Yours II I
store. on Saturday the newest blocks-
I yourson
store. From the most of this
for home consumption, the inexpensive season's new : for _________$1.90 Saturday for ___$3.90
member being anxious to convince his est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond

r constituents of his greatness as a or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values -
and assortment.A SPECIAL BARGAINS EVERY DAY DURING Ii
statesman and
orator. I I I
o visit to our store will be appreciated and involves : THE GREAT WHITE SALE t*

The mediators are having trouble no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. .

selecting the proper man to succeed II UNTRIMMED HATS TRIMMED HATS

Huerta as president of Mexico. Evi- / I. 100 of the best shapes 25 very dainty summer
I sold this season. conceptions trimmedthe
; dently Bob Holly has not filed his
: Many worth up to $3.50, very latest styles.
; application, being busily engaged in your on Saturday ___49c Yours on Saturday $2.19DIOKSONIYES
accepting the numerous other presi- .I
dencies that have been tendered him .
.
-
--
--
during the past few weeks.-Orlando


k Sentinel Glad you called our attention to I [ CO

it, Hugh. As soon as we get this

postofFice matter off our system we the Jeweler i1 .

will look into that Mexican affair, ,

chili concarne old Huerta, hot tamale
the insurrectos and grapejuice the DEPARTMENTAL STORE

U. S. government into putting an editor OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
.,., .
in the position. The newspapersin
'
Mexico have never had a fair I b Orlando's Favorite Shopping place I
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
shake anyhow and it is time they : j
.
commanded more respect.-Sanford JI"IIII""I"'ltlllllll't"III'I"II"IIII"
f
a Herald. ,.HHMIiHIIIIIilMllllllllilllMIIM MiMMIIIMIIMIIIiHMHIIIIIIHmiMH II.tt HMMM MIHillMlilHllliMMMHIIItilMtlTHE .

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I rFAVOwinESTl I Ii OFFICERSSt. 0 CIIO

Petersburg Fla., June 19.-
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TUNER
S1 Gnffin i I Election of officers was held by the'lorida
INDO, FLA. !
\ Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. State Epworth League this
t
I I morning, resulting as follows:
I Admission 5 cents
President, L. It lllPIK
DdllDOD( >GDallDaDallDaDallDaQ It 5"
[ of Bay Ridge, First -
TODAY'S PROGRAM
yesterday. BUYS AND SELLS Second Third -
olice Smith was confine Eclair. "In the Fangs of Jealousy," -
or the unknown friend, in two parts.I I ock. ... I' .
e yesterday afternoon by REAL ESTATE This is a strong two reel drama Fourth -
where the doctor finds that the bullet elL
ais and Jessie Pedrick left only grazed the skin.
Joker Comedy. "Traffic in Soles"travesty Secretary, Gift
for Haines City to visi Junior
slave
white
A on the great
1 for a few weeks. 6oo acres south ofVin- nelodrama. W. G. Hicks.

ames Magruder went up tc ter Garden and west of State

yesterday to bring back a Gotha, including 10 acre Mr. Ray Reynolds, the present manger B. Little. no trouble in selecting

akland touring car. The en- of the Orlando Telephone company Era agent, ), Wedding or An.
D. W. Clark, manager and ed orange grove. will also take the place of Mr. District
Fof the Apopka News, paid this tire tract covered with ,J. H. Dean, during his absence while rude ; Present at our store.

be a call yesterday. I yellow pine timber. Two .in Kentucky. Mr. Reynolds will be igher; a complete line .of
Ir. and Mrs. R. M. Bond and Mrs ssisted by Mr. H. Powell Ocala, Mary M ;
miles of lake shore.
1.. Rowe, of DeLand, were visitors If anybody knows anything about acksonville el l I Boncelle;, ; D I Silverware (sterling or D
4231111tllllMIIIHillMHMM
o our city yesterday.Mr. the visitors' register used at the tour- ) and the newest ideas in
and Mrs. Robt. Howe will leave II sts' headquarters last spring they lANCE AT
tomorrow for Brevard, N. C., to spend will confer a special favor on the .

the remainder of the summer. Board of Trade by communicating will
I A pleasant before you buy
Mr. W. R. O'Neal left yesterdayfor Mrs. Dr. Reichard leaves Monday with W. S. Branch in reference to it. ijoyed a
a two weeks business trip to night for Pittsburg, Pa., for the. summer The book disappeared about the time last night. .

Washington, D. C., and Boston. months. the room was closed. bout seven

Miss Florida Howard and Miss Col. T. J. Watkins returned yesteray The visitors' register book which served on the
Fannie Robinson leave today for Day- from Indian Springs, Ga., wheree 'twas used at the rest room in theircade I tulholland

tona Beach to spend the weekend.Mr. has been drinking the mineral building on Pine street last people, who & Co. ,

Percy Starbird, A. C. Starbirdand raters for the past week. The Colonel eason has been misplaced. Mr. rening.

W. T. Champneys, of Apopka, says that the more places he sees (ranch is very anxious to obtain it Those in Jewelers
were visitors to the city yesterday. the better it makes him like Orlando.. for the use of the Board of Trade. Eila! Slemons

Mrs. Frederick Bellows left yes- Miss Chdla Avery, who has been t; is not a book that any one would Helen Drew, Repairing.
terday for Daytona Beach to spenda the guest of Mrs. James Magruderr care to steal, but Mr. Branch wouldke ris, Ruth
week as the guest of Mrs. Abbott. a few days, leaves today for her to get hold of it very much. land and ; Everything Guaranteed.

Mrs. W. G. Johnson and son, W. C. home in New Orleans. Miss Averya Those new offices and suites upstairs Messrs:

Johnson, of Atlanta, are guests at a graduate of Rollins college and in the Watkins block look very ranham,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dick- met many of her old friends while clean, light and attractive. When Harris,
; they are all finished and occupied 'ichtendahl,

son.Mrs..J. D. McMurray and daughter, re.Mr.. W. M. Davis returned yesterday there will not be many of the wantsof Hyer, Robert

Miss Elizabeth, of Macon, Ga., are from McLeansboro, 111., where man that can not be supplied from N. B.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Slade he went to see Mrs. Davis and little that block. Things to eat are not sc
on South street. son, who are spending the summer up plentiful, but still there is an abundance O' H .c
who have there. Dr. Davis spent a month at of ginger snaps and candy ir,
Harris
A. ,
Mr. and Mrs.
been spending the winter months ir Hot Springs, Ark., while away and the ten cent store, not to mention the Yesterday "iflMHMtitlMIMt
looks greatly improved by the change. slippery elm and licorice root at De- of the
Park leave today for Saratoga
Concord
Springs,,N. Y. Mrs. J. A. Martens left yesterdayfor Laney's. ance Union, "j1JlfllJn .slfrJ
were
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Wilcox, of Chicago, where she expects to Mr. E. H. Gore is justly agitated of
'r
visit her mother for the remainder ofthe because some fiend in human form quets
Douglas, Ga., are visiting at the home It is a pretty
of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kirkland, ali summer. Mr. Martens accompa- has made it a point lately to take a well be
nied her as far as Jacksonville and 'knife and cut ugly gashes in the back might
10 West Livingston street. will be away about a week in the interest and side of the little gray pony that ilar Butler tt rl! Bilhiell rlI !
Mr. Bush Lee came over from De- of the National Biscuit com- Caruthers & Gore use on one of their ill and
Land Thursday end purchased a fine pany. wagons. Last week the trick was of flowers, at :

new Buick touring car from the Coot Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. Giles entertained first worked and the wounds had begun i year. ; I \
and drove it home. Each River Butter. ,
Auto company, : Creamery
Thursday evening with a to heal nicely and yesterday
J. E. Farris, who has been on accompanied Seal Creamery Butter.
Mr.
little party at Hoosier Springsin morning five or six new ones were :
spending part of the winter with his honor supper of their guests, Mr. and Mrs. made 'on the pony's flank. A term printed an i : Brand Sugar Butter.

daughter, Mrs. Geo. C. Keller, left H.[ G. Crowder. A good time and a working on the county roads awaits Scripture : h.Nut Peanut Butter.

yesterday for his home at Danville, fine supper was indulged in at the the culprit if he is discovered.The ance Mission Union." : Peanut Butter. .

Ky. Springs, but most of the fun was had Seaboard Air Line railroad has Date Nut Butter.
:
I" Mr.and Mrs. H. G. Crowder, who on the way' home in the automobile,I'just issued their year book. It is a DWELLING
have been the house guests of Mr. by the rendition of a number of handsome cloth bound volume of 550
and Mrs. Jas. L. Giles and Mrs. J. W. I I Florida
choice solos by Mrs. Crowder. pages filled with many pretty week."M
Gettier, left last night for their homein including several of Orlando ARY GROCERY
I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bogue, who :pictures, Apopka,
Tampa. have been spending the past few streets and country roads, also much tonight the t
Mrs. Norman Brown and little months down in Delray, have returnedto i valuable reading matter in the way derson, & GORE
daughter arrived yesterday from Mt. their home at 404 West street. of detailed information about the place and
e Sterling, Ky., to visit her parents, They made the trip, which is a little states through which the road passes. destroyed by ; 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Groves, on DeLaney more than two hundred miles, in their There is a classified "List of Indus from' an oil p';'

street. automobile in two days, claiming that tries" giving the name and locationof burning oil
Mr. R. 0. Compton leaves tomor- the roads were in very good condition, all the main business and manufacturing spread I. AND POTTED PLANTS.
row night for his home in Chicago. considering the extremely dry weath-I institutions served by the way in a
Mr. Compton owns valuable grove ere They ran into a heavy rain at, road. There are several hundred ily was DESIGNS
property just south of town and will Kissimmee.Mr. pages of advertisements including the Mr. f
ililllM
and other institutions.The
in the fall Orlando banks : j
j return early .Hugh Murphy expects to-leave about half
" Mr. C. 0. McLaughlin, of Sanford, tomorrow for the University of Vir- book is a mine of informationabout The house !
the country and,products from IIIIIII'II.111
was a visitor to our city yesterday.He ginia, where he will take a summer structure I
is suffering from the injuries ofa course in astronomy. Hugh is very I I Richmond to Birmingham, Montgomery Mr. I

broken arm caused by cranking his ambitious and does not feel like he I and south as far as Tampa.Ladies' ance written I VIEW
i
automobile a few days ago. can let the summer slip idly by. He I of Apopka.
i Waists in fancy crepes and
Mr. N. B. Broward left last night happened to mention that he was going I voiles at Boardman's Store of Satis-
for Jacksonville, where he will spend where there were one thousand faction. THREE ,
several days with his parents before girls and only fifty boys, so he evidently I -
going to his summer home on the knows where to go to star A new shipment of the famous Atlanta,

coast of Maine for a stay of several gaze. I'"Eiffel" Hosiery Store just of Satisfaction.All received atBoardman's chal, George s and most up-to-date hotel in

months. colors, and kinds. It negroes,
Some handsome white embroidered the murder Heights.
Dresses for Children and Misses at on Academy
Cool and seasonable Underwear in Eat what you want er's wife,
Porosknit B. V. D., and lisle weights Boardman's Store of Satisfaction. It Eat all you want. months ago. River
always on hand at Boardman's. It Take a postscript and forget it. in Fulton the beautiful Pigeon
Eat what you want. For sale by all druggists.l7d&w.lyr.
The best and quicket 25c lunch is Eat all you want. venue, it of the finest views in Wes-
Take a postscript and forget itFor tempt would
is in eating. \
at the Model. The proof all
Get the habit. 17-6t sale by durggists.l-7-d&w-lyr For the news, read The SentinelHHIIMIMMIIIIIIiiliiililMIHtMtliiMIIMIMMHIMtl- if son they county.were Open July first.

just before
... .." "MMIIIIIIIIMiiliilHliiiiitiiiiiiiliiiiMiMtMMtHMI Hart
ted the

also made R. McFADYEN \
repudiated ,

LUCERNE TODAYi the: Harts N. C.



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The' house have a rum- iiiHiMimniiiiiiitiM ;

I i j Soul Astray," a beautiful two reel American feature, Republican. i Rowland's Building will old Shoe Repairing i


: : with Ed Coxen and Winifred Greenwood. lection Missouri to receive W8-2t 4.I by PARCEL POST ; !


"What Her Told fine American love November, 4j
| Diary
: a story. Democratic) j j Men's Half Soles, 7c to 850
!
was Half'Soles, 60cto75c
| "Our Mutual Girl," visits her country home and mother Udlcs'Children's Half Soles, sOcto 7SC \
,
" Splendid : Hand Turned Soles .oo
r i ii i Vomen and
\ \ \ That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away Store of Heels Repaired, 230
tw; and returned in 24 hours. ;
work
: : ; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. T l. All Orders without.remittance returned -
; ,OST On C. O. D. We pay
State return postage.

i I First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents j ring ese with coin

turn to A. Hanson
"Eclipse"
Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accom- best on the 355 19 East.Pine.Street :
FLORIDA
panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket. at t ORLANDO 3 .tMerrill

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r NO SHOW FOR ROMANCE DAILY SPORT LETTESBy oesn't seem to get much peeved i

I when the 'old grads' become young I I Lumber, Laths and Shing.

It.is more difficult to get a groupof ( Frank G. Menke) again, make so much racket in the

men to tell how they proposed to New London, Conn., June 19.- ''town that sleep is impossible. V V :

their wives than it is to get the Fifty thousand visitors from all partsof <; New London has enough restaurants T : ,

wives to tell how their husbands pro- the United States jammed their ( to normally accomodate its popula-

posed. way into this quaint little Connecticut tion of 22,000 or so, but it could not ,

Occadonally however, the men talk town today so that they might despite extensive preparations accom 4..

t and their confessions are worth lis- watch Yale and Harvard stage their I odate all of the hungry horde that

tening to. Said one man, who had 47th annual regatta on the Silver swept down upon the town shortly I

been lulled by noon-day refreshments Thames. I before the noon hour. ORLANDO -

r into a reminiscent mood: Harvard was the top-heavy favor- This forced thousands of visitors

"Every girl makes up her mind at ite in the little betting that took to choose between going hungry or

1 some time in her life that she will place. Harvard's backers came to patronizing the fruit stands and lay-

never accept any man who does not town with tons of money, willing to ing in a supply of fruit to partially Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection lime =t
the inner
until such
propose gracefully. He has got to bet it on the Crimson rrew at almost satisfy man

be fully togged out in evening any odds, but the Eli's would have I time as they could get back to towns .MtMiCIMMIIHMMMMMHMMMMMMIMMMORLANDO

clothes and he has got to kneel accordingly very little of it, at straightaway betson where the restaurants were more PEOPLE'S WARTS'MUNNIMAKEKS
to the Delsarte numerous and crowds fewer. i
system. the results of the races.

That is their idea at first, but I'll Harvard's crews tLis year looked Yale and Harvard were tied in

_. bet there isnt' one girl in a thousand better on paper then those of last varsity eight-oared victories up to .

} who gets her proposal that way-at year, which simply ran away with the today. Since the regatta was inau- Notices ef Lout Wanted. For Sale. For

} I'll leave it to the present company Yale outfits, while tie Eli's crew of gurated in 1855 the rival crews have Rent, etc., for this column 25c for one day.
SOc for three days or f LOO for one wt k, for
r least from the man she acceptsandto this year, judged by their records to met 46 times, Yale and Harvard each 25 words or leu. Money must accompany
deside if each will give the garnering 23 victories. Yale's last the advertisements far this column u no
one date are no better, if as good as the insertions will be made on credit.
s circumstances of his victory was in 1907. ,In the six years
true proposal. 1913 outfits which went down to suchan
x since then Harvard has been victor-
"We're willing," said a gray-haired inglorious defeat. SALE'
with There was: perhaps less betting on ious by fairly wide margins. FOR Water & Light Co.
-l grandfather. "Begin your own. Nursery stock, one, two, three and
"Very well But it is a bald lit- i the outcome of today's river battles fear year old buds; Foster Early,
Four trains between Tam-
tle yarn. No doubt you'll be bored i than ever has characterized a similar principal Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
and Jacksonville on the SeaboardAir ington Navel. Address.Mrs. M. Kahle .
between the rival universi- pa *
over it. I took my wife that was to meeting
Line have been equipped with the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf i
x be and is now, sleighriding. We were ties. In other years the old "grads"of
all steel day coaches. The coachesare
talking about sentimental things and Eli, no matter how hopeless seem- Electricity
of the latest model of construc- FOR SALE Mitchell roadster
_ neglected to notice that we had run ed the chances of the Yale crews, always ; rare .
tion and are. equipped with electric bargain; recently completely over-
on to a long stretch of road which backed them with a little lu- hauled and made good as new in evi,
and electric fans whatt'
lights
making
the wind had swept clean of snow. We cre. But the Yale graduates, disgusted ery part;; guaranteed first class con-
.. Seaboard officials declare the Gas Water Ice
never noticed it until the horse stopped by the shifts made in the row- dition; must be sold at once, even at -
handsomest and most modern trains sacrifice.Come, or address, White
utterly exhausted. ing system in the past two years,
Rock Farm Fla.
Poultry Leesburg
ever run into Tampa.Do .
"There was nothing to do, but to refused today to risk any of their 4-23-tf

_3 get out and lead the horse back, be had money.for on a the victory.faint chance that Yale not be misled by the low priceof TWO COWS FOR SALE Office---No. 18 West Central Ave.

cause he couldn't drag us. I proposed our entertainment. The value of
the back while I However, the Harvard backers were our show is many times greater than
k on way was trudging 1 cow with 4 weeks old calf.
able to get a few bets with Yale men the price. We are exhibiting'some
! along a country road with my right 1 Jersey with first calf.S. .
by offering odds that the Crimson scenes which represent the latest and J. B. IRWIN, Maitland. Fla.
hand on a horse's bridle and the oth- best comic and tragic performancesto
er-well, never mind that. She accepted 'varsity crew would defeat Yale by be found on the highest priced 6-18-3td-ltw Telephone No. 6

me, but she always said it wasa three or more lengths, and that the theatrical stages in the world, at the FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat.

mistake, I looked so unromantic in Crimson freshmen eights would beat Favorite theater, 5 cents to all.-Adv. Eighteen feet long and has four

the circumstances. I refused to let the Yale freshmen by at least twa horse power engine. Will sell rea- I

r her off, though, or to propose again i lengths.Of I Takes Off Freckles shop sonable.on Gould Call at street.J. L. Empie 6-18-2w boat I. I Li LiI

r in a dress suit." course, most of the interest ,

centered in the varsity race which Removes WANTED-One thousand to five
"My proposal, said the greyhaired was scheduled for 4:40 this after- Tan. thousand feet of second hand two- **+*. . . . . . .
old "was also made
man during a 1-
Beautify your complexion. Get I inch or one-inch iron pipe, deliveredat
noon, but a big crowd rode in the observation -
sleigh ride. My wife and myself were rid of those freckles. You can Orlando or Plymouth. AddressR.
on the back seat in a four-seated trains or sat on the hill- intest sac in a jar of WIL> M. Hudson, Healey Bldg., Atlanta. To the West and NorthwestVIA

sleigh and in going over a bump of sides and watched the freshmen race 'I SON'S FRECKLE CREAM .. Ga. 6-18-6t ,

and they'll disappear. Severe .
in the morning.
some kind the seat, with us on it, was -
Members of both ,orted cases may require two jars- FOR RENT
crews to
rer
thrown off. We landed in nice
a no more. We positively guarantee
their coaches early in the morningfor DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
comfortable snowdrift, and the sleigh this and if your com ,
the of limbering their plexion isn't fully restored to I FOR RENT-Two office .
p went on for a mile before we were purpose up spaces in
muscles. its natural beauty, ,,e agree to refund yostmoney our store at No. 9 W. Church street. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
missed. without argument And in addition.
"When back for The one thing that Ya' supporters WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a foe, fragrant Come in and we will show you. Pierce ------- --- --
it came us we were toilet Doesn't Electric Co. 3-29-tf
cream. cause hair to grow, Dixie Dixie
engaged. We were not in a dignified feared most of all was that the and does positively remove TAN and Limited Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

k position, but we were fairly comfortable different styles of rowing that have sent FRECKLES.by mail if Try desired.it at our Mammoth risk. Price jars $1.00.SOc- TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- T Orlando A. C. L..1Z:31 3:11 pa I V T Orlando ........................ tlpm
I been taught the men in the past three WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Sc. Wilson ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. r Jacksonville, A. C. L... 6:45 am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
and had the seat still ...... .
.
we Freckle Cream Co., Charleston S. c., makers. 4-26-tf T Jacksonville A. C. L... ':3iam 8:26 pm T Jacksonville. A. C. L. ':16 pnT
with us. Since then my wife has fre- years might bring about a real con- For tale by T Wa'cfOlis..A. C. L......11:50 am 10:25 pm Waycross A. C. L. .............10:20pmr
I llacon. C. S. & F....... ':IS pm 4:16 am Macon. G. S. A F. .............. I:46aua
quently stated that she had intended Mi in a fritical moment. Some j. N. MCELROYWE FOR RENT-Six room house, in first r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7 25 am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 'lU am
of the men in the shell were originally class condition. No. 210 N. Orange r r Knoxville LAN. .............12:11 pmr
never to accept a man unless he pro- avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Or- r Chattanooga. W. & A...12:11 am 11:55 am Corbin. L. & N. ................ 3:16pm
posed in true .novel form, but she taught the old Bob Cook stroke. Others lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf r Nashville N. C. 4 St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. & N. .............. 9:00pm
FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
did. learned the straight English 7:20am r Indianapolis.pa. L. ............ laOam
Ar St. Louis. LC.&L.&N. 2:60pm 1
stroke that Yale tried last AND DO ALL KINDS: OF FOR RENT To desirable Ar Lexington L. 4: N. ............ 1:50 pm
111 give you a summer story, .saicl year ,Ar Hopkinsnlle. L. & N........... 8:%1pm Ar Cincinanti. L. & N. eo...,....... 8:bO pm
the but married."I while the newcomers this year have O 'ICAL REPAIRINGDR. room bungalow, corner East Pine .... .........
young man, lately and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad- I Ar Evansville L. & N. 9 28 am 9:25pm r Kalamazoo G. R. & 1 .1:20 pmr
did my courting in a place full of been drilled in the 1914 stroke which shaw. Ur: Terra Haute C. & E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am _Grand Rapids, G. R. & L....... 2:45pm
but the has been taught them by Coach Nick- _VV 610lwMISCELLANEOUS !Ar Chicago. C. & E. L..... 6:50 pm 6:50am r Cleveland.i Big Four ............. 7:15am
: romance, proposal never came -

n at a romantic time; in fact, I don't alls.Of DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

x think a man is responsible for the course the Yale crew this year Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric lighted
is rowing under the stroke that Coach BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO oom sleeping cars, observation compartment
time at which he It just drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
proposes. PLANTS of the famous an and dining car, between Jacksonville and
Nancy Hall
: comes and that is all there is to it. Nickalls and his associates have variety at $1.25 thousand. Hart's Chicago. and section drawing- m sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
taught them, but it is feared that if per ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville. Louisville and Indianapolis;
I had had the most favorable occa- Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece
sions in romantic, secluded nooks. the Yale crew should be able to keep L H. RAMSDELL or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
electric lighted Cleveland also Pullman sleeping car between
Solid train carrying com- ;
within distance of the Harvard time to set either. The Bear's Head
"Finally we had a two-mile row in striking OPTOMETRIST Farm artment, observation sleepers and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
Pine Castle, Fla. section FiNtl -
drawing-room sleepers.
ighted
the I outfit until near the finish line and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
warmed the ,
blazing to
sun. up (Successor (o Dr. 0. P. Latin) -4-d6t-wlt l lass c6achee and smoking car/ Dining car
melting point Presently I apologizedand they may unconsciously go back to erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.

took off my coat, then I apolo- the style of rowing that they first ORLANDO, FLORIDA Tomato, Egg plant; Pepper Crates, ...uin oia rulaa h R JIRYATIONa-AM LNrUKMATlDf. WHITE tis cnr-01f: \

gizen and took off my vest I wasn'tromantic learned when called uoon for a final at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

not a bit, but it came on i spurt, and that in this way, the crew 519tf. Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando

all of sudden that and I will be pulling three different kindsof
a proposal -- -------- -- --- --
said it. The boat drifted half,a mile strokes. LICE? 1! HIM lHNfi4 \\\\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \\,\\\ \\,,\\\,\ itn+tIT'S

and I wouldn't have cared if it had Although the largest portion of the The lice question is quickly,

drifted ten miles. We crowd came to town this morning on, settled if you dust Ious toils *uh

And time."I looked' like a were tramp engaged.at the i special railroad trains or via over automobile the New several Haven It's Conkey's safe,quick and Lice sure.' Powder TIME TO T TAKE UP THE[ HOUSE[ _


"Yes, its true that sentimentalitydoesn't thousand arrived last night: packing Saves your poultry profits because it

count," said the lawyer. "I New London's few hotels and rooming Kills the Lice


r know my, because wife first I tried at a summer it. I proposedto resort houses.accomodated Part in of the the private overflowwas homes Doesn't Pnce 25 cents Harm SO cents and Chickens Sim f I Q QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l lE.A.E '

when the moon was lull and I was I of some townspeople, while the rest day For and the prry miles on that chicirns We n at the night cracks,spny by Ad fa

sober. There was everything to inspire passed up sleep altogether and spent your poultry house"''lib r .G.ieraConkey's .tawtarea

; sentiment. But she refused me. the night and early morning hours Lice Liquid
them out thoroughly Quart IS
v I'let it go. A little later I met her "whooping things up" for their Alma cents,half gallon 60 cents gallon HIM.
For the deadly head louse use : EST Iur :
again in the hotel and again sug- Maters. I CONKEVS HEAD LICE : .
gested marriage. She accepted me There was mighty little sleep in OINTMENT sA

then. There was nothing to inspire this town last night except for thosein and Elective 2S cents and dorsnt Money harm back chits d these 10 ; OFURNISHING stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
the somewhat distant sections of do not wnsfy
preparation
anybody sentiment must in that agree last who meeting knows as a of the city, but New London stages a. .n.f.t c.kq Ca ec.tIuoL Obis i ] delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

hotel parlor, and therefore, I say send boat race only once a year and it I P. F. LAUBACH ; pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

timent doesn't go.-New York I in every sense of the word.

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', many; woman opportunities seldom she realizes has to how get Have You Poultry Troubles ? ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you \ \

married until she finds herself at the Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Neatly&e
to purchase goods on extended payments without the expense oj joining -
k post. all poultry troubles are due to a BteTL'eey STOCK 4 ,
Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all MEDICINE
: year
round to keep their flocks in good health, highly trouble isaspleaelidwrefarliru,roup and chicken clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
: recommend cholera. Given regularly
; with the feed in small
uiMH UAIRmNO doses it also makes an feature to you.Kincaid.
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MEDICINE Purcell OkIa.!

: DANDRUffUse It's a Liver Medicine. .,
_Ito_ SOc and $1. per can.
Parisian Sage. Also a strengthlng Tonic. At your dealer's.

It's entirely needless to have un- PBS

sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A
& Snowden
little care is all that is needed to make r
: it thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand Cow Peas! COw Peas !
free from dandruff.

Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair City ................................. .. ....... ... ... .. .. ...$300 per bushel
needs and is absolutely harmless. It Irons ... ... .... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ....................: 33.25 per bushel Furniture of Character
quickly stops itching head and falling Unknowns ... _. ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... 3.25 per bushel
hair, and is one of the best tonics to Whippoorwills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.00 per bushel
invigorate the scalp and make the blued Peas ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... J.S5 per bash
hair long and beautiful.Get .
grow a bottle of Parisian Sage today We par freight on all orders for one bushel or nm at above prices. If wanted at Popular Prices........
in large quantities we will promptly mail..samples and quotations.
from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any

; drug Rub it counter.into the It scalp costs-but all 50 dandruff cents. KILGORE SEED CO., i i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaniiiiiiiiiijiiiMi'iMMMMiiiiiiiiiiiniiHiiiiiimiiMii

dissappears-your head feels fine-

/ the hair is pretty and perfectly PLANT CITY, -FLORIDA' 1

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DAILY(By Frank SPORT-G. Menke LETTER) ANNUAL l EXCURSION[ L OSTEOPATHY A RARE BARGAIN II I 1 tll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII' ,

New York, June 19.-The Federals -' THE MARKETOf
DR. J. C .HOWELL -IN A-
have secretly signed up.a half a doz-
en of organized baseball's stars, and 2ndTO Hours, 10.12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo
these men will cavort on Federal dia- extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
monds next year according to a source Telephone connections
very close to the Federal League. Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes House.
Savannah Ga. $7.00 AND SALT MEATSFISH
The reason the Feds have not an- .
-- - - -
nounced the fact that they have Charleston, S. C. 9.00And First class Brazing a specialty at- AND GAME

signed up these men, is because they Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St. Only four and one half
fear that Organized baseball will attempt return fromOELANDO 125tf.MmiOMMMMMIMMM. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
some proceeding to bar I blocks from the post M
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from II Everything screened from the flies
these players going over to the *I away and kept fresh
office East Side. A..
Federals. The authority for this and pure.
statement also states that all of the Via
players who have signed up to play JUST OPENED variety of fruit. We are ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

/with the Feds next year have been Atlantic Coast Line going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Line.

given from $3,000 to $5,000 advance POPE'SLUNCD
money and they are now drawing the Tickets on sale July 2nd, final erty and have put the

interest on this.money. limit July 14th. Tickets will COUNUR. The PARLOR MARKETH.
f be good on regular trains going price at only $2350.

'Tis said that Jack Daubert of the and returning. For information I SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS t Reasonable terms.

Dodgers, who was voted the most valuable or Pullman reser- I I M. Self & Co.
player in the National League vation call Atlantic I
on nearest -
last year, is weeping and gnashinghis Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET
he signe-l) a five
teeth because up I
'short W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., : SODA FOUNTAIN I Phone
year Dodger contract just a 114 South Orange Are, Ground Floor No. 80
time ago that cals for a paltry $5,600a W.D.WHITED.T.A.ORLANDO ; ; OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
year. The Feds, it is said, have Phone No. 311 r" Ttltlllllllll IlllllllltmtiMMIilllMliillllllllilllilMM
told Jacobs that if he can tear him- Y. R. Beazley, Traveling Passen'' I ; POPE & BUTT PROPS I

'sdf loose from the ties that bind him ger Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Di. 37 W. CHURCH ST.
to Chaps Hercules Ebbets they will vision Passenger Agent I

'guarantee him a five year job and a TAMPA HliliMMIIIIMMMMHMDAILY HtlllflllllllimiiPffUW.
salary of $9,000 a year. But Jacobs
;::
seems so well hooked by the genialMr.
Ebbetts that even the courts of

law won't unhook him, and so he must Fare $300o M. SLEMONS
suffer the loss of $3,40) per annum BETWEENBUFFALO
with as much fortitude as possible. .
Sweden and Germany
England ,, iy ll .. LEVELAND
have put into operation a plan thatis
designed to bring to the fore some :
of the great natural athletes of those New Goods Arriving Daily

countries in time for the trainers to .
1 get hold of them and polish them up

for use in the Olympic games in '"
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length

1916.Because 500 feet;breadth 98 feat inches;510 staterooms and parlors accommodating 1300 p.
of the general apathy on "'. Greater in ewt larger in all proportion*-richer in all appointmfnti-thin any ateuner on t
inland waters of the world.: I..a.ia June 15th. t
the part of. most of the young men
in those nations concerning athleticsin Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE""017 of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"DailyBUFFALO We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
and CLEVELAND-May l.t to Dec.i.t
general, the different athletic authorities La,.Buffalo 900P.M. Le.CWUd 9:00 P.B.Arrin made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
.
offered a diploma and a Qe.el.od .7.30 A.M. AmreBufiilo 740A.M.

gold medal to all youths who could Connections at CUrelaad for Pr-ln- .(.Eutera,Toledo Standard,Detroit and Toot ill) pomtaTTeitand Soothwert.Railroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel:.
tests in five of nine branchesof ti keU reading bctweeat Bafialo..d!Cleveland are good fortruuporutioaon our.te.men.
pass The medals are handsome jUk your ticket agent far tocLeta via C.&B.Line. Write w for himl oni.Cliutrated booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. R Claflin & Co.
athletics. THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland O.
1' ornaments, bearing the govern- &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
ment's seal on one side with the name .
I of the owner of the medal underneath -
and on the other side a lot oft

works, telling the world in general

that the holder athlete.thereof is some considerable 1 It l W. !\1. SLEMONSURANGE

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The athlete does not have to com-
pete in all the nine branches to secure AVENUE .

a diploma and a medal. He can N 1 v jlec111OKU {
makes his choice of five of nine all lI;; I rn.nbl-0" 'rwFl ...,.IUxmw au.nW.. ... ....t+1'I'IIIIII"'II"'III'IIIIIIII'I'11111111111.11111..11
branches, and if he has a good markin l I"'t' yfi.1iJ

those five, he becomes an athletic IIIII'IIGOIIO'..
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graduate.These nine branches are: Running, ;

Swimming, Cycling, Fencing, Field .MIIMIIMMIItlMMmM IWIL CO. smmmmmmmuul

t) Events, Wrestling, Shooting, Gymnastics 5 iuu..c.J.!
and boxing. .

The athletes compete under the su l Low Round Trip Rates 111111111111111.
pervision of the trainers who are on ,

the lookout for some real marvels FROM JACKSONVILLE SUMMER COOKINGHow

among the hordes of young men who St.trailfearer $37.'lS . $43.50 CuciualiLnnnll .$3300
suo St.P.d S6.7S 31.50
have come forward to compete for the II CoI.rado Spriap SUI Dal*. CUI laoirOI.Ia . 21.40
medals. It is said that already in ''III f Salt Ye1Iow1t.Lab city. .. 'Zuo 18.10 TInIt.Wasipef...... 41.M 76.75 En..riI1.aMp.ns... .. 3125 31.30P.rtIaM do do cooking in summer? Is kitchen -
IIII . you your your
England and Germany at least 100 r 101.00 bl .tra) 5S.45 FrtaciLickTtkda 35.20
. . 41.10
Seattle IOU' PetatktyMackaae 51.S8
Teal athletes, heretofore unheard of, 11 1 S.LoI.Asgeiet fraac'ICI.. .. n.so IUO Jaffale. -. .. .5300.4740 Detroit QaaUnquHimaota .. .. 43.50 4740 I hot and stuffy with a dirty wood or coal range, or do you
have come to the fore through their CIaci&r lark 82.7 5 Miafan Falls >47.40 Can 30.30
competition for the medals, and that Low rates to other points in Colorado,California,Canada Minne have a clean, cool and comfortable Gas Range?
the trainers feel that out of this num- iota Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally
low rates from other points in the State.
ber they will be able to develop at Tickets oa sale cail.antJ September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
We offering reductions during"June and
are some great
least 20 per cent into real Olympic I i VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER. SALT
wonders. 'i 1 4' p LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for
you.
i(7( I'' Going through St.Louis,returning through Chicago,
or vice versa. Liberal stopovers on all tickets.
A
Don't wait for every one in town to ; TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
have Entrican, the painter, before lII through train daily;choice of three different .
I you try. Am too busy to look you Ijl MI route
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
1-20-tf } ti Three daily trains to the southwest through New
job. Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. Orlando Water & Light Company
0 h f Rock ballast No dust No dirt. For handsome illustrated
I booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleep-
Rubber Stamps made to order at fog car reservations and other information address
Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf. s Gas Department
J H. C. BRETHEY,

Who and decorator? J\\ Florida PatwnrerAfat,
is
painter lEI
If TW an your rimed keepe one yea 6)) j I 134 West BiyStmL ftl III MM' Ml".III."111 I i'IM i M .'Htt.......U1 .
-It fern; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, I i JACL50KYH1E.FUL
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AN APOlOGY
DEPOSIIBOXES

Did Not Mean to Insinuate Owners

of Empress Intended to Send
r INVESTING SMALL AMOUNTS AT 4 PERCENT Witnesses
t From Country
INTEREST

Quebec, Canada, June 19.The Em- '
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press of Ireland wreck inquiry opened : ;: .

Suppose you have $100 you will not need.for today with explanations' and apolo-

six months. How can you invest it safely, have gies by C. S. Haight of counsel for :.Ih; ,- :
the owners of the collier Storstad, : :: ': ,
it earn 4 per cent interest and then be able to ; 3
which: sank the
Empress. He said
get the principal the day you need it? i that he had not meant to imply jeserday I ., :. .. ,. .' .

Bring your money to the State Bank of OrLando t that the Canadian Pacific Rail- .. f I .. ; '.
We will issue one of our Certficates: of way company, owners of the Em- .t : A MdaicFact;( i ( :(a ''I" S

had tried to spirit witnesses
press
Deposit for any amount you have to deposit, pay J _____
an ay. This was the impression made
you 4 per cent interest, pay you the principalany : : ,
by Mr. Haight when he placed on the i
day after three months. stand James Galway, a quartermasterof !}

the Empress, who testified that
The State Bank of Orlando .
the ship's steering gear was defect- .
ive. Galway had told him, he said,
that each setting sun brings the
us end.
nearer
that he was about to be sent to Eng- .
-

st land.Percy Hillhouse of the Fairfield When your days arc ended, what about your
loved ones?
shipbuilding yard of Glasgow, where

the Empress was constructed, testi- Today is yours! Let it
-
----- not close without
fied that the ship was carrying boatsto
CITY COUNCIL AGREES SANITARY ORDINANCE making a start toward placing home .
accommodate 300 more people than your on a .

she had on board at the time she .' .. business basis, and providing your loved ones .
Continued from page 1) (Continued from page 1)) sank. The bulkheads extended all' with a systematic plan for their maintenance ..

Church Street-Main to West street, house shall not be allowed to remain through the ship to the upper deck, now and hereafter. .

fill in to full width. open at any time unless there is a he said, and with even the two large :. i'.

s Other Business Transacted self-dosing fly door in addition to compartments in the middle of the Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you." r ,,;
that required under the above rules. ship filled she would have floated. : I
New plans for the filtration plantto
} be installed at Lake Highland by slops No wash or other water liquid, garbage wastes, shall kitchen be Water. must have got in somewhereelse. t:: :.:. .... :.i.if

the Orlando Water and Light com I
emptied ,into the privy. No night Staunton life
= Captain saving superintendent i
pany were submitted to the commissioners -
soil from any person suffering from r
the Pacific
of Canadian
s and accepted by them. The !i
typhoid fever other serious bowel .
or
work of construction will begin at Railway company, said that the Em-
trouble, shall be deposited in any press' life boats, belts and other '. .. -- -
once, the waterworks company desir- f ".. .
privy, without being previously disin- .. ,
"
ing to get as much done as possible equipment had been tested at Quebecon -': "' ,. .. .. ... ... .. .,. ...,., -
fected in such directed .
manner as or May 23 and found to be in perfect :" :; TT
while the water is low. I ; '
:
approved by the City Health Officer. .- I 1\ ..
When the plant is completed the I condition. 'D' [ V' ,
c '
Section 7. Any violatingany t I O..m.
persons Lord said that he had heard (
Mersey
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water will pass through a wire screen .. .. ; f( :
T1 and then through a charcoal filter, of the provisions of this ordinance that bodies were found with belt on : :' ... .. .. ,': ., ;,''- .. ,. .' ... .
shall, upon conviction, be pun- ... .
before entering the city mains. The but with heads under the water. Cap- .
ished by a fine not exceeding five dol- tain Staunton replied that the belts .
; water bly pure without, and the filtration filtration is remarka-plant is lars for the first offense and not exceeding would keep the heads above water if ::''.:;.:r)'.:'(:: ;::: ':':::' : :. .-J: ::: '.:.: :'.:' :::./ :: ::. .;:';?:":', ::... "\.' .... ,.', .,;/.'.:. ::;:' ;:. .-:. ;' '..:::. ;:}!rf.X ':'::'j, '
one hundred dollars for each
There clear instructions
right. -
put on were
c= precautionary to prevent the possibility -
subsequent violation, or imprison- with each belt, he said. .
of contamination
any to our water
supply.The. ment not exceeding thirty days. STATE WIDE PROHIBITION RECEIVER NAMED FOR LORI. I NOTICE TO SIDEWALK CONTRACTORS \

State Bans of Orlando depos. MEDIATION WILL END AGAINIt MER'S BANK
: ited with the city clerk $10,000 worth North Orange avenue, having failed is more than probable that the -

C of bonds as security for any funds to build the sidewalks in front of (Continued from page 1)) question of state wide prohibition will Chicago, June 19.The LaSalle Bids wiM be received by the City
the with that institution their property, as provided for under that Villa is to have com- again be submitted to the people of Council at the City Hall up to 2 p. m.,
city may deposit supreme Street Trust and Savings bank, which June 26th, 1914. for placing side-
ordinance No. 348, the city will lay mand of the army were received here Florida in 1916, as the anti-saloon I was closed by a state bank examiner walks where ordered by the City
them and assess the cost to the own- with the additional information that league has the number of Council under Ordinance No. 348.
r The Lake Pickett Telephone company necessary last week, was placed in the hands of
having entered the city with its ers. Villa is about to return to their civil pledges from those who will compose I a receiver today.,W. C .Niblack, vice- day Specifications, June 22nd.may The be City had Council after Mon-re-

ff poles and wire without a permit, offices all those Carranza supporters the next legislature to pass the con- president of the Chicago Title and serve the right to reject any and all
Commissioner Johnson was instructed : Some, in beautiful satins, moires Ribbons and just fancies received whom he seized when he forcibly took stitutional amendment through both I Trust company, was named for the bids.
to confer with City Attorney L. C. at Boardman's Store of Satisfaction. possesion of constitutionalist affairsin the senate and house.GainesvilleSun. position by Judge Windes, who E. F. SPERRY, Mayor.

4 Massey relative to what action is to Chihuahua. This was taken as placed his bond at $2,500,000. '
i
San-
at F. F. Dutton's,
be taken. If your paper is not delivered: added evidence that the difficulties 1\ Cow Peas for prices.
I ford, Fla. Write or phone
}>'. A number of property owners on promptly, don't fail to notify the office, I had been smoothed over. Sentinel "wants" fill your want Phone 444, Auto. Livery. 4-25-tf t 519tf. 5'V

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LIABLE HAMS, Special 25c value . . . . . . . .

3 cans best Imported Sardines 25c

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PRIVATE ESTATE COFFEE, a fine blend, the CLARK'S 3lb. Hand Packed Tomatoes, lOc LIBBY'S 35c ::.C I. .I : if: !

V best 40c coffee on the market for . . 30c 20c value . . . . . . . .



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shades, regular 35c value, lO-yard limit to 1 l v C $1.00 worth to a customer and delivered only

customer . . . . . . . 2 LACE BARGAIN, one lot, consisting of Vals, with other goods.

Torchons and Shadow laces, values up to lOc.

CHILDREN'S DRESSES IN GINGHAMS and Extra special . . . . . . .c
PORCH ROCKER, solid Maple, made to
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47 $1.6995c il
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