The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.


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',New Structure Will Seat One Thousand ,
1 Jealousy Causes Woman to Fire Five
NINE OCCUPANTS fEll TO TH R Df AIN i and Be One of Handsomest Shots Into Her Husband's Head, HUfRIA'S AFFRONT TO Bf DISCUSSED

Churches in State Causing Instant Death
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THE BURNED AND MANGLED i Exeter, N. H., June 20.Special.Henry ( .) IT IS HOPED THAT IN TWO
HILL.I I The city of Orlando will have a
right to feel proud of the new Pres-
SIDE-SMALL AIRCRAFT graduate, chairman of the Som- MAY BE ABLE TO
byterian church building, pictured on
WAS ATTACKING BIG this page,which will be constructed at erville school board, member of a AGREE UPON SOME SOLUTION
prominent Boston law firm, a well
DIRIGIBLE an early date, and the church is to be OF MEXICAN PROBLEM
known football star and one of the
congratulated upon the design and I
heaviest guards that ever played with
Vienna, Austria, June 20.-Nine style of architecture selected. The the Dartmouth team, was shot Washington, June 20.-(Special.)-
aviators lost their lives today whena new building is to occupy the site of through the head five times by his A temporary breath of life has been

mimic war in the air was suddenly the present church at the corner of I': wife this afternoon while the couplewas injected into the mediation, followingthe

turned into tragic reality by the accidental Main and Church'streets.. : : : driving through the woods near conference of Dr. Non, minister
The Spanish Mission architectural
ripping of a dirigible airshipby here, the shots instantly killing him. from Argentina, and one of the mediators
design is peculiarly well adapted to
a biplane during the Austrian -- --- Jealousy is given as the cause. with President Wilson and
semi-tropical climes, and the buildingwill

army Both maneuvers.craft were destroyed and their be constructed of steel and reinforced I I: CARRANZA A FIRED 'VILLA'S A ADMINISTRATION l i TRUST i ii following Secretary Bryan plan was, held agreed yesterday.upon The at
concrete. This style of architecture -i
occupants, nine military and naval and construction is HEATING AND SEATING[ CONTRACT A I If the White House last night:

officers and non-commissioned officers pleasing to the eye but very not endur only f FRIEND[ OUT OF f HIS r PROGRAM Will bUI The next two weeks will be devotedby
were burned and mutilated beyond ing. The auditorium will seat one i f FOR R NEW[\ SCHOOL S H l AWARDED[ the Niagara Falls conference to a
recognition.The discussion between the
American del
thousand people and will be furnished
Austrian army dirigible balloon handsomely and with a view to the CABINET A [ INNING MONDAY N egates and the Huerta envoys as to
Koertling ,ascended at Fischa- comfort of the audience. I Gotha Sub-School District Establishedby the direct international complications

mond, about 12 miles from Vienna, I I I --- the County School between Mexico and the United
where there is a military aviation Board States, which led the mediators to
station. It was the intention of Cap ANGELES IS GENERAL OF NEWLANDS WILL TRY TOHAVE offer their good offices in the first in-
tain Johann Hauswirth, the com- ARTILLERY AND IS A BILL PLACED ON There was so much other business stance. Internal affairs in Mexico

mander, to take photographs of the MADE[ YESTERDAY A Y STRONG PARTISANOF I I CALENDAR AS UNFINISHED facing the county school board when .. which have held the entire attention
movements of the troops below and it convened yesterday that, at a late of the Niagara parley up to this time
then to join in the maneuvers. VILLA I BUSINESS hour yesterday afternoon, the board can be temporarily shelved in orderto

The aeroplane started half an hour Business Section of City Can Now I adjourned without having reached the allow representatives of the con-

later from the same spot. It was Connect and Other matter of appointing teachers for the stitutionalists and Huerta men to get
manned by Lieutenants Flatz and Be Added Next TerritoryWill Week NO TRUTH IN REPORTS[ R RECONC1LIATION[ RIVER AND HARBOR Bill POSTPONED T county schools. The adjournment was together informally and endeavor, be-

Hoosta. until 8:30 Monday morning, when the tween themselves, to bring about an
: The mosquito craft soon overtookher appointments will be made. amicable adjustment out of the tan
The first connections were made to REPORT FROM XI.GAR.FALLS SENATOR SHOOT THINKS COUNTRY gled Mexican situation.
big sister and immediately began The first business taken up yesterday -
'"*" "a sham attack. After encircling the Orlando's' new sewage system yesterday SAYS GENERAL VILLA'HAS. ON ROAD TO RUIN BECAUSE was the matter of heating the
afternoon, Hyer & Dennis connecting PROCLAIMED ANGELES OF DEMOCRATIC Orlando school The
new building. ,
airship several times at a height of
1,500 feet the biplane's pilot suddenly the new telephone building PROVISIONAL i TARIFF, FOR WHICH HE contract was awarded to the Eichber- II FEAR THERE[ [ I IS NO CHANCE[ f FOR R
on Pine street, and Jos. Raehn the Heating of Atlanta, Ga.
maneuvered his little craft with PRESIDENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE ger company
the object of taking a position direct- Orland hotel, on permits Nos. 1 and The contract price agreed upon was I [ENTOMBED[ MINERS[

ly above the airship. 2. Commissioner Robertson yester- $3,700 and the specifications call fora
The navigator evidently miscalculated day afternoon notified many of the Saltillo, Mex., June 20.-Gen. Fe- / Washington, June 20.-Special.-( ) complete hot air heating and ventilating

his distance or his speed, for business houses that their connections I lipe Angeles, acting secretary of war I The trust program of the administration plant. Little Hope Entertained for Nearly

the nose of the biplane grazed the could now be made, and urged prompt of the constitutionalist cabinet, was will probably come before the The returns of a special tax school 200 Men Imprisoned ni

envelope of the airship and ripped it arrangement "with plumbers. The I I deposed from that position today by senate formally Monday. Senator district election recently held at Canadian Mine i
plumbers will have time of it
wide a busy Gotha were next canvassed, and the
open. 'order of General Carranza for diso- Newlands chairman of the Interstate
now for quite a while, and by the end
There was a erriqc explosion, and j board declared the district estab
the airship took fire. The flames engulfed of next week probably most of thej j I bedience of orders. The action has Commerce committee, today gave no- lished. A three mill tax rate was Lethbridge, Alberta, June 20.-But
tice that he would call the Newlands faint hope remained of
today finding
business houses will have connections.The .
the biplane and in a few moments caused a sensation here. No detailsare voted and Dr. H. Nehrling, W. M.
federal trade committee bill for alive any of the miners still
boundaries of the up entombed
the remnants of both craft territory in known. Mosely and Dr. A. II. Stafford were I
which all buildings can now make consideration Monday, and asked to in mine No. 20 of the Hill
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crashed the of mountain elected trustees.
slopes a
connection are as follows: Angeles is general of artillery in have it made the unfinished business. Crest (Alberta) collieries, Ltd., wherean
with their occupants.The I Bids were received for furnishing
North boundary-Central avenue, Villa's army and a strong Villa par Senator Simmons, in charge of the explosion yesterday is believed to
the Orlando school from
bodies were so charred and new building
including all houses on that street tisan. His removal from the cabinet rivers and harbors appropriation bill, have killed all but forty-one of the
the American of
mangled that they were scarcely rec I Seating company,
ognizable.The east of the railroad. i( reduces him to the rank of general.He changed his plans and said he would Chicago, and H. & W. B. Drew company 236 men in the mine at the time. Government
West boundary-Railroad from I is a graduate of Chepultepec Military not ask consideration of this measure rescue crews continued, however
victims were Captain Johann of Jacksonville. The contractwas
Hauswirth, Lieutenants Ernest Hof. Central avenue to South street. academy and has played a until Thursday. The judiciary com awarded to the latter concern, their efforts to reach the imprisoned
South South from prominent part in Villa's campaigns. mittee continued its consideration of men.
boundary street
stetter, Flatz, Hoosta, Bruer and $1,758.55 being price.
Haidinger, Corporals Hadima and the railroad to tank. Word was received today from the Clayton bill, but the members are While mine officials encourage the

Weber, and Engineer Kammorer. East boundary-East street. Oriztlan, Hidalgo, that twenty chiefs ,I unable to reach any definite plans belief that many of the entombedmen
The above boundaries take in the had met in that place and arrangedfor with regard to the sections granting EVIDENT THAT VillA C COMPLETELY still are alive, this belief is not
business section of the city and a considerable I a campaign in the central Mexican -I labor organizations exemption from common as relatives and comrades of

POSSIBILITY OF f ANOTHER BAlKAN part of the residence sec- states. They sent their respectsto I the provisions of the law. [ELIMINATED CARRANLA the missing men fear those who were
tion. Much more territory will be Carranza and asked for instruc Senator Smoot called the attentionof not crushed by falling debris were

WAR IS fADING AWAY ready for connections next week, including tions.It the senate to a newspaper dispatch overcome by the poisonous gases that
most of the residences in the is stated that 30,000 men under showing the unusual export of American Former Bandit Is Having His Own filled the mine chambers after the ex

vicinity of Lake Lucerne. General Gonzales are being mobilizedfor gold. He said it could not con Way in Regard to Constitu- plosion.

Turkey Ready to Grant Greece Indemnity Hereafter Plumbing Inspector 0. the campaign to the south and tinue without disastrous results, and tionalist Affairs Under the glare of searchlight!
and Permit Returnof A. McIntosh will be in the city en that several detachments already declared that workingmen are suffering trained mine rescue workers from

Refugees gineer's office, opposite the postofficeon have left for San Luis Potosi.It from the change in the tariff, El Paso, Tex., June 20.Special.De ( .) the British Columbia station at Fer-
Orange avenue. His office hours is reported that Gen. Manuel and that business can not be expectedto la Garza, financial and diplomatic nie labored throughout the night with

will be from 8 to 10 a. m. each day, Chao, former governor of Chihuahua, be good or people prosperous under agent of General Villa, at Juarez I the Alberta province crew clearing
Constantinople, June 20.-It was and any' information relative to sew who was replaced by General Villa, such circumstances. Senator Hol- has received dispatches directly away the debris that blocked the
stated on good authority here today age connections will be cheerfully has been executed on Villa's orders. lis, Democrat, of New Hampshire, from Villa which shows that Carranza mine passages near the entrance.
that the Turkish government Dad instructed furnished during those hours. Reports from the United States found an explanation for the outflowof has surrendered to Villa and that They recovered twenty-three bodies. ,

its minister at Athens to inform that Carranza was about to flee to gold in the unfortunate New the so-called supreme chief is submit- As most of the miners were working
the Greek government that Turkey BASEBALL RESULTS the border reached constitutionalist Haven situation. He said that foreign ting to Villa's program. State Department several hundred feet from the mouthof

is willing to permit the returnof National League headquarters today and were characterized holders of American railway securities Agent Carothers is still the mine when the explosion occurred -
Greek subjects who recently were New York 7, Cincinnati 2. as "absurd." Carranza only have become frightened on with the rebel artillery. He is the the rescuers do not expect to
compelled to leave Turkish territory.The Brooklyn 7, Pittsburg 4. two days ago secured a permanent account of the expose of the New secret and confidential medium of complete their work for several days.
Ottoman government, it is said, Boston 3, St.. Louis 2. home here into which he moved with Haven and are unloading their stock.za communication between Washingtonand This is the third great disaster in

is ready to grant indemnity for the Philadelphia 4, Chicago 5. his wife and two daughters.Villa Carranza and Villa. Crow's Nest pass during the last ten
losses of those who were driven out American League was reported to have had differ I Carothers is dealing directly with years. The village of Frank ten years
during the recent anti-Greek disturb St. Louis 2, Philadelphia 5. ences. Villa in the diplomatic matter con- ago was buried by the collapse of a
ances. Chicago 5, Boston 2. Defies Carranza cerning the complaint which Spain mountain and 125 killed. Four years
Cleveland 1 New York 7. Niagara Falls, Ont., June 20.-The
Constitutionalists Take Diaz has lodged with this government over ago thirty-five were killed in the
Wants Friendly Settlement Detroit 1, Washington 0. Mexican delegation received a telegram the deportation of Spaniards from I,'1 Bellevue mine.

Athens, Greece, June 20.-official Federal League today from the consul of their / Guiterrez Torreon by Villa and the confiscation j j Among the bodies recovered were

circles here are of opinion that the Kansas City 4, Pittsburg 7. government at El Paso, Texas, say Saltillo, Mex., June 20.-Diaz Guit by him of their cotton. Carothers ,; those of James Quigley, superintendent -
reply of the Turkish government to St. Louis 2, Baltimore 3. ing that General Villa had issued a errez, a small town six miles northof sent a telegram to Washington on ![ ,of the mine, and Thomas Taylor,
the Greek note regarding expulsionof Chicago 0, Buffalo 1. statement addressed to the American San Luis Potosi, was captured today June 18th informing the administration -(t[[ fire boss. Mine experts believed that
Greek subjects from Asia Minor I Indianapolis 6-7, Brooklyn 56. people saying that he had proclaimed by constitutionalists under Gen. that Carranza has agreed to 1 i most of the men were entombed about
shows desire for a friendly settlement Southern League General Angeles as provisional presi- Carrera Torres, according to official Villa's program, in so far as leaving I 1,200 feet from the pit mouth. But

Nashville 7, Memphis 1. dent of Mexico. advices received here. Villa free to follow his own program, tons of rock, broken timbers and other
Although the Ottoman reply says Atlanta 6-3, Chattanooga 23. Second The consul added that according to General Torres, who commands the and postponing a settlement of the I debris are heaped in the entrancesand

the Greek note can only apply to the game called seventh inning; intercepted private messages at Juarez constitutionalist forces besieging San differences between them until later; i it seemed probable that many of

situation of Greek refugees, the general darkness. reports of an amicable adjust Luis Potosi, reported to General Car also ,that Villa has agreed to allow(I'the bodies will not be recovered for
tenor of the document is considered Mobile 6-3, Montgomery 1-2. ment of the differences between Car ranza that the federal force garri- the deported Spaniards to return under several days. Exploration by rescu-

satisfactory. \ New Orleans 8, Birmingham 0. ranza and Villa were not true. He soning that city, "was very numerous certain conditions. ers early today indicated that miners

South Atlantic League also said word had reached him that ," but he was unable to estimate This telegram indicates that Car- had no warning of death as several
TilE WEATHER f Charleston 5, Augusta 0. Carranza was quietly sending a force their strength. ranza has been absolutely eliminatedby bodies were found standing nearly

Florida: Partly cloudy Sunday. I Columbus 1, Jacksonville 0. of 2,000 men into the state of Sonora 1' Three monoplanes for use in the Villa and that the latter proposes erect with picks and other mining

Monday probably thunder showers in Savannah 7, Columbia 1. with the intention of deposing Governor '+constitutionalist campaign arrived to take his own time to make a settlement tools in hand, pinned to walls by timbers
peninsula. aI Albany 4, Macon 2. Maytorena with whom Carran- I here today. I with his former chief. or rocks.
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By Frank G. Menke) It cannot be said that the women .

New York, June 20.-Here are a Atlantic City, June 20.-Many occupations -, are making long strides in the mat- .i.t'I'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII'I
ter of dress. -July Woman's Home :
r< few views that have trickled in from appear especially conduciveto Companion.Six 'III'I"'IIIO lllli.111.011IDlllt
:- Europe concerning the Jack Johnson cancer. Frederick L. Hoffman, insurance ,

i and Frank Moran "championship" statistician, of Newark, N. J., I
I pretty homes are in course of
T fight, that is scheduled to be staged told the delegates to the American
construction in Fort Meade. THE
f in Paris on June 27. They are Academy of Medicine Convention here GRAND THEATRECOOLEST

printed for the benefit and guidance today. Statistics are incomplete,
From the fruit denier) we get our
of those who have been thinking of however. He said:
jams-and from the wet goods dealer -
"The classical illustration of chimneysweeps'
waging a little lucre on the outcomeof -
we get.our jimjams.DR. .
the "battle:" cancer is too well knownto

t The fight will be a fake. require further discussion," said SPOT IN THE TOWN

The fight will be on the level and Mr. Hoffman. "The well-known ex-
cesive incidence of
promises to be the greatest heavy-
fhis ocupation, however, suggestsa
weight fight in history.It .
well-established relation betweenthe
has been framed so that Johnson
r will win. conditions under which the workis MONDAY
done and the exceptional liabilityto End Charleston Block, up-stairs
framed that Moran
w'. It has been so
cancerous growths. The evidenceis

will Johnson win. is in fine condition, has less conclusive regarding gardners'cancer of Kathlyn." The eighth episode

:5 trained faithfully, and is now downto but in this case also, the sta- DR. F. BOARDMAN. '
weight and able to put up the tistical evidence, seems to sustain I and the best of them all. ,

medical observation to the effect: DENTIST
greatest battle of his life.

Johnson hasn't trained more than conditions that this occupation is one with under definite certain liability I Boardman Building "Detective Short," A comedy with a laugh

three or four hours a week in the last .
towards more than normal can
six weeks, and before then he didn'tdo Office Hours: ,

any training at all. He is 50 is cer the frequency.evidence Still with more regard conclusive to can- I S.30 to 12:00 150 to 40 "The Bottom of the Sea." Another Lubin comedy.

F pounds overweight, his wind is Telephone 540.
cer occurrence in the coal-tar and
bad and he is so flabby and out of ,
s condition that he will collapse after pitch cancerous industries ulceration, both of in the the skin form and of I Also one other good comedy drama.

six rounds.
v of the corneal surface of the eye.

Moran has not been training, but The same conclusion applies to the 11 CAANi S

has been spending most of his time, frequency of cancer in the patent 300TICLES GOOD MUSIC.

day and night, in,or around the gilded fuel industry of England and Wales, I
w Paris cafes. In the last few weekshe but evidence
as yet no corresponding
has become a familiar figure in has been forthcoming the I 300
the Paris night life. same industries in the United States. ,, ILLUSTRA CHILDREN 5c. :.: ADULTS lOc.

..j Moran has trained earnestly at his Whether there is a distinct relation- I TIONS

quarters in the little village just out- ship of alcoholism to cancerous "

side of Paris and is in wonderful con- growths is not established by the ev-I WEDNESDAY-'lord Algy.
I I Popular Mechanics
dition. Seemingly without effort he
idence at present available, but apparently -, -
has been giving some terrible beat- brewers, malters, and men j I Magazine '

, ings to his sparring partners and in similar occupations are subject to "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" t.rl.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 t..I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII.111111111111111111'11111111.111111111111'IIIIIII"IOlllllltl

hey are predicting a speedy knock- conditions possibly inherent in the A GREAT Progress Continued which you Siory may of begin the World'readingat ttiiitiiittttittMittaatM " , 'mimmm

out victory for him. character of the work, with a distinct I' any time, and which will hold your
interest forever. You are living in the best
The moving picture people are the predisposition to cancer. | year of the most wonderful age of what is *****

ones to decide just how long the fightis Cancer is apparently of more than A doubtless resident the of greatest Mars world would in gladly the universe.pay- ytMIIMIMIIIItMMIIIIIIIIIMMIIMMmillMMIIIIIMI'IIIIIIIIIMH; ;; ; ; : :

to last. It is reported that they normal frequency among blast fur C1 FOR ONE YEAR'S

have cautioned Johnson, not to knock nace employes, but this conclusion plUUU SUBSCRIPTIONto
this magazinein order to keep informed
; out the white man before the 10th requires further investigation. An our progress in Engineering and Mechanics.of
Are you reading it? Two millions of
round at least, as a film showing a important study has been made of the'1' neighbors are, and it is the favorite magazine your
shorter fight would not make in thousands of the best American
money. frequency of malignant diseases of homes. It appeals to all classes-old. and Condensed report of the
Johnson feels very bitter toward the lungs among the miners of young-men and women.
Moran because of his The "Shop Votes" Department (SO pages)
slighting remarks Schneeberg District of but to do
Saxony, gives easy ways tilings-how to make '
while in New York, about six no corresponding evidence has been 1 useful Amateur articles mechanics"for home(10 and pages shop)repairs tells how etc.to' ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

weeks ago, relative to Johnson's :forthcoming for other mining districts -' make Mission furniture,wireless outfits,boats
engines magic and all the things a boy loved)
condition, and threatens to smash of the world.] Agricultural $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS

k; him to a pulp the very first time they workers were shown by German investigators WRI1 Aak row R Nmdctlv FREE SAMPLE to show COPY rues m*TODAY or at close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith

meet. to be especially subjectto POPuAR MECHANICS CO.

Johnson and Moran often meet in cancers of the skin, which suggestsa 318 W.Wuhington St.CHICAGO Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida.

the office that serves as headquarters possible relationship between can-

; for the of both the
managers fighters cer occurrence in plants, animals and
and are on the very best of terms.A man. The investigations by Green regarding -

check for $30,000 as Johnson's the relationship of coal-soot

fa share of the fight has been placed exposure to malignant diseases are
.! ,in a safety deposit vault. suggestive of still more importanceand Are You Woman ? RESOURCES
. The check for $30,000 that has been practically useful discoveries in a

placed in the bank to Johnson's,credit the future. The principle of cancer Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 Capital $100,000.00

y isn't worth the paper it is writtenon. causation laid down by Green is explained Overdrafts .647.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 34,121.37
by him to also account for.
Johnson is willing to bet $10,000, at the higher mortality from malignant Stocks and Bonds 26018.33 Deposits 585,497.65Real
big odds that he will defeat Moran in Tak
diseases furriers and skin- Gar ui.
10 rounds or less. ners, seamen among, tin-plate manufacturers Estate, Fur. and Fixtures :26187.37 Due to Banks and Bankers 8,378.97

Moran is willing to wager a huge lead workers, India-rubber workers Cash on Hand and Due from
amount that he will knock out the
negro guana workers and persons ex- .
Banks 301,970.31
in 12 rounds. posed to X-rays.
The Woman's Tonic
Those who are in on the alleged -- --

} frameup, it is said, have pooled a Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
I Total S77,997.99I :
t big bunch of money and are just waiting Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. Total $727,997.99 -

x' for "suckers," so they can bet

. it, at big odds and make a "killing." CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnations FOR SAlE AT All DRUGGISTS
and roses. J. M. Caruthers. I GEO. E. NOLAN
: Outside of these few conflicting 6-8-St F4 ,

4 details we have, up to the present

writing, heard nothing that would f Cashier.MMMIIIIIillljIilllllllllMlli.llllj.HMjMlt.MI
r cast shade of this .
even a suspicion on

scheduled "fight. "STARVING TO DEATH"Was I

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Willie Ritchie, lightweight cham-

pion has been libeled by all persons Mrs. Bell of Florida When

who claim that he has mixed up in :: . llee.IIIIIIII..
only about six since he became
,y fights She Began Taking Peruna."Yes .
champion. Willie has mingledin .

3 at least 20 bouts-six of them I was starving to death. we heard from her December 1912, .IIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. ,

: staged in the ring and the other 14 said Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
Florida Box 204. "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof iForSaleModern
in different places where people
meet take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach, see "Ills of Life," sent ::
" to sign up articles for fights. thing. II I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus
Taking it from Willie, who expressed soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. _
himself before his departure very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are 8-room : .
for dear old Lunnon, those fights was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same ;

over terms and conditions are harder doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat Catarrh of House 2 doors :
than a real fight. In a scrap, Willie me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derangethe

points out, one has but one opponentand growing worse.I functions of these organs. The west of Wyom- :
I Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. Just arrived load
when one gets soaked one usu- The food lying in the stomach, even car
ally gets soaked from only one direction my despair I caught at every for a short time without digestion ing Hotel. Bar- ;
but in battling over terms straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring produces FORDS for immediate
some! account of Peruna. There was and irritation.
x Willie has found that he's had to fight .testimonial from a woman who had gas gain.A. .
- Food Sours In the StomachA delivery.Get .
nearly an army of managers, assists been troubled much like myself. I
ant concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is
stake holders lawyers
Hartman. !absorbed into the system by the blood
1 Wrote to Dr. nowF.
and promoters, who can soak. !vessels ot the stomach. This poisonsthe L. Bentley, yours
' "At the same time I wrote to Dr.
from any angle. whole system, producing a condition -
Hartman. He pronounced my case : now known as autointoxication;; AVENUES G. RUSH,
"And have to be AMELIA
you mgihty durn- catarrh of the stomach and bowels.I !self poisoning. The fermenting, irritating 10 E.
ed careful," remarks Willie, "becauseif soon began taking Peruna. At mass, as it passes down into Phone 226
you ain't, these fellows are going to once I began to improve. After tak- the bowels irritates the bowels, pro-
. hand a knockout when ing half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
you punch
you improved that I could eat some.1tI
4, aren't looking. When I sometimes producing the very opposite -. HIM''
sign up fora I Began to Recover. constipation. *
fight, I'm mighty particular about The dyspepsia medicine r
Then this good housewife goes on average SUMMER TIME IS
} each condition and term of the fight. to narrate in detail her rapid Im- helps to artificially digest the food.
I'm out to protect my own interestsand provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does its .
work it is only temporary. A perma- FLY TIMEAre
bet said "After taking two bottles of Pe-
you can that I do. runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when 1

i'' to wash the dishes. When she began the catarrh is overcome. j those windows screen
One seldom hears of a man get- taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The ed yet? Patented detach
= ting in bad by keeping his trap clos- pounds. After she bad taken five symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all
'# ed that leads from his dome of bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need-
pounds. She concludes by saying food rises in throat after meals.
thought., ed to take off or put on
that she is wellIt
stomach. Fourth, heavy
.Third sour windows.
Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach when washing

p A man isn't necessarily honest be- The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth pal- R.J.WALDRONContractor
cause he is poor. quotations were made was received pitation of heart. Seventh, poor digestion
January 29, 1901. In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth, and Builder I
written September 11, 1904, she says, tongue coated light brown. Ninth, WOOD. COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
If you want your bicycle fixed in "I sing the praises of Peruna far and :tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 West StreetMlilliMIIIIMHIilMI Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
a hurry take it to Warman's Repair near. It is used a great deal in our Tenth, cannot bear tight clothes Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
t Shop. 12- -tf. i. I. Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Co.
vicinity. This seems to be a bad around waist.People i Apopkn, Fla. 5.24.tf
place for catarrh. We have received l who object to liquid mediI I ,- "
Try the Sentinel Job Department. letters from her since. The last time cines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. Read the advertisements daily. Job printing at the Sentinel Subscribd for the SentinelP"



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OFFICERThe the city cases, i. e., the non-imported I II

splendid rain visited this section cases, several where the chances of *JPur pnfiw.l'ttttFor

Tuesday afternoon. Our readers will'recall that several following extract from the report I their infection having been obtained

Newell and Ustler continue to ship times I have mentioned the benefit .I of the Jacksonville Board of I, in this city were about equally divided -

ferns to northern markets every get from the grapefruit taken daily Health contains much valuable infor- with some summer resort where Any Kind of Letter File

week. when I am in Florida. Dining the mation, showing how the typhoidrate they had been visiting weekly or sev- a ,

past winter our nearest neighbor, Mr. was decreased there: eral times a week. Of the 34 imported -
Get home selected and '
before your the advance in values secureit Harrison, has kept me supplied with The department has cause for con- cases brought to Jacksonville, 25t Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -

great luscious fruit at only 40 centsa tinued gratification over the resultsof came from the county and state and 9 in file
come. a may save several dol-
dozen. Many of them are so large its campaign against this disease, from other states. I you
Miss Grace Emmerson of Forrest
City in that I use only half of one with my I the past year showing but 22 deaths Although there have been four lars in money by keeping your receipts in
was Apopka Wednesday
apple supper. In this connection in from this cause. This is four more more deaths from typhoid during
shopping.Miss easy reference or save more than that
my reply to friend Vincent 'in Kind than occurred during 1912, but, with 1913 than during 1912, there have may
Pearl Haines of
Words for April 15, I forgot to men- that exception, no previous year gives actually been fewer cases of the disease in valuable time not to mention the annoy-
has been the the
guest during weekof
tion grapefruit. I have several such a low typhoid rate, 32.7 per In the city, 85 being reported
the :Misses Womble. ance of being unable to find the
times alluded to kidney trouble that 100,000 population.In against 94 in 1912. The increase in paper you

from Roy Chicago Geiger and returned will spend Wednesdajf the ( obliges me to.get up in the night. each annual report since 1910, deaths is accounted for by the large wish just at the time you need it.
considerable has been devotedto number of fatal that
Well, just as soon as I have plentyof space cases were
with his mother here.
mer grapefruit I sleep until broad day- a discussion of typhoid and its pre- brought into the Jacksonville hos-
Harry Witherington has ben quite W. S. BRANCH
light, without any distrubance or an- vention in this city. During 1913 this pitals in 1913. ,
busy for the past several days pack- has exactly the Four this departmentcame
noyance whatever. Others have cor- department pursued years ago

ing tomatoes for the northern mar- roborated it: same policy as before in this regard, to the conclusion that the larger The Arcade Book and Music Store

ket.S. The question has frequently come nor does any change seem indicatedfor portion of the typhoid cases in the
W. load
Eldredge shipped a car up, "If it is really true that grape- the coming year. The ordinance city were fly-borne. At that time
of watermelons from this
Tuesday fruit has such valuable medicinal requiring the fly-proofing of privieshas ((1910)) our typhoid death rate was _
point. They were fine specimens of. __ _iijI
been enforced most and 106.3 100,000. An active cam-
qualities, why not have it bottle like rigidly per
the lucious fruit.
these in good conditionas paign was started against this modeof ,
grapce, just now (thank God) places are as
Erie rUammond
Mr. Samuel Hawkins of
With the of
on sale: most every corner grocery it will ever be possible to maintain infection. exception

Manatee county, was in the city yes- from Maine to Florida?" them. the screening of the privies and the Gore

terday, looking over real estate witha
Now, I do not know how much has As stated in other reports and more thorough protection

view of establishing a home. ben done in wherever else such statement should stuffs, no change has been made inJacksonville's
putting grapefruitso
Apopka is arranging through the up FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND
it will keep. I have not found it bear fruit, a surface privy is at bestan sanitary equipment.The
Civic and Board of Trade to
when eating either grapefruit or abomination and, even the most sewer system has been slowly
celebrate the Fourth of July with a' oranges to avoid getting "mussed up" perfect, but a poor stbstitute for un- extended, but no large privy districts REAL VALUES LOW PRICES -

basket dinner and public speaking.Mrs. less. If the derground sewer disposal. A very have been eliminated as the extension
more or juice happensto
B. H. Caldwell, of Lockhart, spurt out on your clothing it leavesa large portion of the time of the san- work has been distributed, about COMPARE
died there last Tuesday and the
remains bad spot. Now, here is a sugges- itary inspectors is occupied in obtain- equally, over the city.

were brought here and interred tion: Get a straw, or several of ing 'repairs to these places and a The only common factor that has OUR FURNITURE

in the Apopka. cemetery Wednesday them, such as are seen at every soda great expense is thereby occasionedto been controlled or altered has been

morning.Dr. fountain and suck the property owners. This constant the protection of human excrement
J. E. Caldwell of Formosa ', grapefruit We provide the quality furniture that has long
in last and, juice through a straw. Just cut a holein supervision is necessary if we would against flies and it is gratifying to been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
came Tuesday evening
the top and squeeze the juice into derive benefit from the law and there see the marked reduction in our typhoid : standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
the with the of
t spent;' night family J. the cavity and there you have it, all can be but little doubt but that our rate to 32.7 in 1913, after three wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
and to Orlando
Briggs proceeded
nice and clean, without any bitter efforts are directly responsible for years of painstaking work with the this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Wednesday.J. from the white inside pulp of the the reduction in the city's typhoidrate surface closets. We have entertained this business, and that means much to any buyer.

R. Baker and family of Ply- which has occurred during the hopes on several occasions that a
the it has been
By way, sug-
mouth in this Saturday
were city last three bond issue, sufficient to completelysewer
gested that this bitter of years.In
Chopping and mingling with their'' principle would be obtained. An McNHLl & DAVIS BLOCK{
wide the
grapefruit not only tastes like quin- 1910 when 8,500 open priv- city, ,
friends and while here handed the
ine, but acts like quinine in wardingoff ies supplied over 40 per cent. of our act of the legislature is necessary to Cor. and Church St. Orlando l
Orange .
News a dollar for sub. .
chills. population, our typhoid rate ,was make this possible and again last
W. T. Berry and wife left Wednes- curing L : f..1:3 Jtlllllltt.OIO"II
May the Lord be praised for this 106.3 per 100,000. In the fall of that year were we disappointed by the ., ._ .
day morning for Jacksonville. From beautiful fruit that is both food and year the privy ordinance was passed failure of our representatives at the : ,; ._" ._ :' ;. (_" _: :

there Mrs. Berry will proceed to Ala- the needs of the
medicine and the time and its enforcement begun and the capitol to appreciate
; may soon
bama, to spend some weeks visiting come, when grapefruit juice, pure and rate for 1911 dropped to 65.2, Dur- city. They were supplied with the

relatives. unadulterated will be ing 1912 the privies were practicallyall facts and the urgent need of this legislation itCall'te""III IIIIIIIIIIIIOIIIIJWe
as cheap as I
Mrs. C. A. Barnes and little daughter within the requirements of the law I but chose to disregard the I
which I believeis
grape juice, firmly
arrived Tuesday evening from just now (under the stimulas of as also during the year just finished one important mission they might Will Put the Reinsof
Columbus, GA., t-> join here husband the benefitof i
to lasting
the the and a rate of 28.0 and 37 per 100- have performed
temperance wave) taking
here and will make their future
000 respectively marks, I believe, the people who elected them.
this place largely of beer and other in- Success Your
toxicants.-Gleanings in Bee Cul- about the minimum rate obtainableby
Tibbetts and wife, A. W. Annual life and loan
ture. this means. fluctuationswill We insure your you

Walker and sister, Miss Claudie and occur, but until our sewerage money on 'real estate at 6 per cent HandsHow
Mr..R. L. Howard motored over to interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
THREE CHARGED WITH WHITE system is complete I do not expect
Winter Park Sunday afternoon and I Curry, Building, Tampa,
( SLAVERY any further decided decrease in our 3-25-d&wtf '

report a delightful trip. typhoid death rate. ? By furnishing you with

Dr. Pearson, of Orlando, was call- A Don't wait for in town to
of the one
Jacksonville Fla. June 19.-Fail- typhoid cases reported every
ed here last Sunday to render sur- to this office during 1913 have Entrican, the painter, before a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
ing to furnish bond in the of
gical treatment to Mrs. W. R. Mc- sum you try. Am too busy to look you

Leod, who fractured her hip in a $1,000 each Henry Jackley, Pete brings out some facts of considerable "n Phone 636, and I will be on the call on you. He will give you a
A total of 85 cases were job. 1-20-tf
fall from the re'tf porch of her residence. Jackley and Agnes Jackley, the latter formula that will make and
claiming to be Mrs. Pete Jackley, are reported physicians, 63 .vlme and mature

J. :T. Chapman, of Plymouth one now khaki-garbed-in the county jail trotters, the being three I and 16 colored 9 colored., with This 22 deaths gives ,a 13 case white fa- Takes Off Freckles, your fruit.

of the successful farmers and
grow- held to to the of ViO- tality of 25.8. Of these 22 deaths,
answer charge RemovesTan.
ers of West Orange sends us a dollar I however 6 .
lation of the white slave act, their were brought in to the
and orders the News sent to his
to for trial at the December Jacksonville hospitals, late in the Beautify your complexion. Get
cases come -
address for one year for which we ex- of the disease rid of those freckles. You can
from the
term of the United States course coun- invest SOc in a jar of \\1LSOX'S
tend thanks.
district court, southern district of ty or state and should not be included FRECKLE CREAMand T ml1 H r Fertilizer r i

Chief Harod has been quite busy Florida. in the fatality rate of the cases developed they'll disappear. Severe .-

during the past week making peace here. Without these 6 deaths cases may require two jars-
The two and
young men young woman -
among some cole-red citizens of the were brought before Judge Rhy- the fatality would be 20.2. Again: of guarantee ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
town. He has been successfulbut
very : don M. Call yesterday and after all these 85 cases 34 or 40.0 per cent. plexion isn't fully restored to

trouble rare.y occurs here, anyway 'testimony was heard, Judge Call contracted the disease elsewhere and its natural l beauty, 1I-e agree to refund your IllllllllllllltIIIIIIDllllllllllllll lllllllllllll..t
money without argument. And in addition I
placed them under a bond of $1,000 came here with it or developed itwithin WILSO -S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant -
C. H. Mereness, who has a fine ten days of their arrival so toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow,
each, which the defendants were un- and does positively remove TAN and
garden just east of town, was a : able to make. that in only 51 cases was the infec- FRECKLES. Try it at onr risk. Price SOc- HMIIMIIItHMIIIMMIMHIttMMIMMiilllliffrCOW
pleasant caller at this office Monday sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
tion attributable
The Jackleys about to city. WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c.ilson
were traveling
afternoon. He is highly pleased with Jacksonville is the hospital center Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C., makers. .
the and For sale
while PEAS
country on bicycles
this part of the state and has never for the northern portion of the state byj.
here it stated that
here.H. recently was they N. MCELROY
regretted locating
and must consequently pay, in its
were on a wager to cover a certain
T. Bulmer, wholesale commis- death rate the -- --- ---
distance within a certain period of penalty attaching to
don merchant: representing C. S. time. After several hospital' facilities. This fact also RHEUMATIO SUFFERERS
and of New York spending daysin SHOULD USE
Durling Company, should receive due consideration in
this left for
city they down state

was here Wednesday to purchase watermelons and it was while at Palatka on June viewing the typhoid death rate of this 5 DROPS We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB

and tomatoes to be shippedto city which is stated 32.7 for the
7 that they are alleged to have induced as ,
the eastern market. a fourteen year old girl daughter past year. Eliminating the 6 deaths The Best Remedy HAM: COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
Mrs. Charles Barnes, Misses Eliz- For all
which occurred in terminal forms of
of a boat engineer to leave with ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
abeth Miller and Corrine Barker and
from without
them the four brought our hospitals -
going to Georgia. RheumatismLUMBAGO.
Messrs. Frank Boyd and James Ryan the city, our rate would be 23.8, We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

chaufferred by Mr. Nelson 'Miller, which I consider extremely low for a

composed a party to visit Wekiwa sweet and fine as any we ever community as inadequately suppliedwith all kinds.
Springs last Sunday.
sewers as is ot.rs. Ask for'prices on Tomato Pepper Egg Plant Carriers .
The south-bound train Mr. Frank Stump left Wednesday ,
passenger To of the 25 of
sum up, c.ics; typhoid -
Thursday morning was about four night for Camden, N. J. The Theat- reported by physicians to this SCIATICA. GOUT.TfEUBALClA.AND etc. Phones 181191.

rical Troupe, of Apopka, of which KIDNEY TROUBLE.
hours late, and made quite an inconvenience department 51 contracted the diseasein
Mr. Stump is leading man accompanied -
to a number of passen- Jacksonville and of these 11 died. '
him to the station, biddinghim 3T. Dutton
who for the trainto
gers, were waiting Manifestly these are the only cases DROPSSTOP .
adieu, with their college yell.
into Orlando.W. .
go that can be justly charged againstour
B. Mills of foreman of They regretted much' to see him go,
Daytona, municipal sanitation. A detailed THE PAINCbuQaIekRdUf SANFORD, FLORIDA
as he has made friends dur-
the Halifax Journal, was a pleasant many
study of these cases fails to elicit any 5-15-tf.
caller at this office Monday morning.He ing his stay here. common causative factor. The sew- "'al t

had spent the day pleasantly For carelessly throwing missles on
very ered portion of the city furnished 36 1
the public highway and striking a ttieattttttllMMMMMiHMIIIffr
here Sunday as the guest of tha\ cases, the privy sections 15 cases

family of J. R., Womble. pedestrian one night last week Chief which is very nearly an equal divisionper MMPU "i-onofv ma ON ntquttr

Walter P. Newell left last Wednes- Harod arrested ond presented in population regardless of methodsof Swuson Rheumatic Cure Co., MIIIIIMIMIIHMnifmmtttMMMtHMintttltlt
1IF11N We L....atw OIIIGMO
court, General Redick, colored
day evening for Jacksonville; on a sewage disposal, as about two-

business trip connected with their charged with the above named of- thirds of with .
our people are supplied -- -- 4:30 P. M.
fern His has fense, in which evidence was intro- Saturday
industry. company enjoyed sewers and onethirdith privies.
quite a lucrative business this duced sufficient' to bind him over under Prior to the passage and enforcementof MAKE YOUR OWN I i ii

season and has a fine lot of ferns a $100 bond to await the actionof the privy ordinance in 1910, the -*i *' PAINT One Embroidered Dress Pattern to be | |
the Orange County Criminal
constantly on hand. privy districts furnished over 60 percent : I to first customer making
The sad news was received here on court. of 11'00 will SAVE I away pur- ; ;
our typhcid although :
n Wednesday of the death of Mrs. C. Dr. Holoway, Capt. Burns, Col. representing at that cases time, .40 ,. 'I, CO els. PER GAL. chase to the amour t of
Felds and J. E. Dean, .all from THIS IS HOW I IYI
W. Mills, which occured at the homeof of the nopulat.cn. I feel that : 1 -I-\

her daughter, Mrs. Frank Quiggat Laughman pasesd through this city this speaks, in no uncertain terms, of i Buy 4 gals.L.C&M.Senui i $15.00

Miami. Mrs. Mills was a sisterto Sunday on an inspection tour lookingover the value of this, ordnance ts! a fa: Mixed Real Paint $3.40 Ii i
the hard surfaced roads of Orange And 3 gals.LinsedOilto
Mrs. Wiliford of the Wayside Inn
tor in health conservation. I

'd the mother-in-law of D.W. High county The expressed themselves There has at no time been any rea- I mix with it 2.10( MISSES HILTON & DUNN ; j

of this city.Charley I in very complimentary terms son to attribute any of the cases to I M es7gals.PaintforIO.W i

Haines and Tony De- I and give Orange County credit with our water or milk supplies, indeed It's only $1.50 per gal. I

Vaughn loaded and fine having the best roads in the state. I ITh The L & M. SEMI-MIXED I IRE.L
shipped as a only 8 of the 51 cases originating in PAINT l. PURE WHITE LEAD. Agents for Barclay Corsets

car of watermelons from this place Jacksonville, drank any cow's milk ZINC and LINSEED OIL-the .known...
Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- paint materials for 100 ,.ears.
Wednesday, as we have seen any to their illness and routine
: prior
fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, examination Use a gal out of any you buy and if not the McCalTs PatternsHIIIKHIMIIIIIIflHiHMEIt
where. The entire car of over 1,000 Empire building. 5-27-lm of the city's water for the best paint made then return the paint and get

melons would average 35 pounds each past three years has at all times all your coney: back.

and the one we sampled was as For the news, read The Sentinel shown the absence of contamination HELM'S HARDWARE CO.



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: THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS I I FATHER'S DAY when he was through it once, I

Right down to the grass was father, :
,, South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) Today is Father's Day. Many with the children doing stunts. I

MORNING AND WEEKLY have protested that poor old; Everyone would pile upon him, and
JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. A Thought for Sabbath :Morning I I father can worry alon very well he'd welcome all the pack,

Be something definite and special, I I without a Day, but the movement But I'm wondering, after playtime
Entered at the poitolice at Orlando. Flor- but let that something be so large, was started in Spokane, Washington, did we stay there-on his back?
ha. u Second Clasa Mail Matter. and be it in so large a spirit that it five years ago by Mrs. John Bruce This Week

SUBSCRIPTION RATES shall tempt you on forever to infinitely Dodd, has now been officially rec- : Wasn't strong on dissipation; said

Dafy.1 Yes ..........................$5.00 greater things.-Phillips Brooks. ognized by both Houses of Congress I his "gambol on the green"
Dail. 6 Months ....................... .50
3 Daily. 3 Months ...................... L25 and the anniversary will be observed Was to fill the platter quicker than
Daffy. 1 Month ....................... .50 The high school teachers have been in enough cities to make it a national the kids could lick it clean, THE LAST WEEK OF TilE WHITE

r Weekl. 1 Year' ....................... 1.01) advised to go away to summer school festival. And the next best game he knew of
weekly. 6 Months ..................... ..iir when they have not got enough The Father's Day movement has was an equal one to beat; SALE '''E ARE GOING TO TALK

TO ADVERTISERS: money to even stay at home with. even spread beyond our shores. It It was keeping leather cover up- to
This is "making bricks without has been taken up in Germany, Swe- i the supply of feet!

Gpy for display sad all ..Jaer hlnd-.et straw," so to speak.see. den, Korea, Japan, Mexico, Hawaii, BIG !
adrertlrieg must b. handed iD at the uineu.Ik.
Mind! His tailor
.f the Sentinel not later than Z',. a- Canada and India. I never told him
the day efore pl&hlicatioD. This rule applies when his Sunday coat was fitted,
If rise to nomi- To observe Father's has
t. changes far contract adeertidng: it IIaanriaWe not premature, we Day one
That his necessitated
aDd wiD be .trictJJ adhered to. nate Theodore Roosevelt III as em- only to wear a cluster of red and wing wearing
shoulders loose slitted
peror, czar, shah, king and president white roses in the buttonhole or at or ,
Suhscribera The Sentinel discontinued
desiring And he wasn't said that
.boliid notify the office in writing on of the United and Mexican States in the corsage on the third Sunday in any martyr;
the date of expiration otherwise it will be life and love were good,
continued 1956. As a "chip of the old block"his June.It I IMPORTEDSCOTCH
the rates
3 at regular subscription
And no man deserved his dinner if
until notice to atop is received. fitness is unquestioned. is the beloved father who has ,
he wouldn't split the wood.
e e e passed this life rather than the liv-
SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1914.Dun .
.- -- It begins to look as though cross- ing father who is commemorated.
_ Always on the job was father, plug-
ing the English channel in an airship The custom of Father's Day
and Bradstreet say business grows ging quiet-like and strong,
was safer than a voyage in an ocean out of Mother's Day. Mrs. Dodd
is good. Never making any noise, but helping ORGANDIE
o liner, and recent events seem to indi- foundress of Father's Day, first in- all his little world along;
cate that one had better be 500 feet terested her friends in Spokane. This ,
And to think, Lord, ain't it funny, you
Does know what the
anybody just
in the air than 500 feet below the
was in 1909. The next the
Mexican situation is! year Spo- I can see things years and years MUSLINS
surface in a mine. kane Y. M. C. A. gave the day for- And you never know they've been
sea mat endorsement. Then followed the
there 'till are blind
A federal has tbt your eyes
court Cashier C. P. Dow of the 'People's approval of Mayor N. S. Pratt and with tears. '
To those who follow Fashion's
thread trust to unwind. i Caprices
National bank, tens a tale of a new Governor 1\1. E. Hay. In June the !

o typewriting machine for keeping the Spokane Ministers' Alliance accepted Quit his job and left us, smiling as very closely you will know by taking up

Better a.woman with rosy cheeks books of a bank. The machine is so the invitation of Mrs. Dodd to ap-i; he went away, any fashion paper that the character of
than a man with a rosy nose. and that if the and the
complete so intelligent prove adopt plan. Many Eulogy seems all so foolish; what can
material that will be to the fore for
o operator" attempts to charge up the publications supported the movement, I anybody say? right
t The sacrifice of nine lives yester- amourltof.a check to a customer who leaders in other cities took it up and Seemed like even in his leaving, he the coming season in fact will be THE

day showed whaNln aeroplane could has no balance to his credit, it refuses today in thousands of pulpits ser- I was saving someone bother, LEADING FABRIC-none is more frequently -
do to a dirigible. to make the entry. Such a machine mons appropriate to the occasion will For the one word in the granite which
k o will never be popular with the bank be delivered. In many churches bas- is over him is FATHER.By mentioned than .
The suffragettes acted real nice customers. The crying need: is for a kets of roses will be passed among I' Edmund Vance Cooke.
and lady like when they finally got machine that will create a balance the congregations.

to Premier Asquith.o. when there is none. The following is a poem dedicated i EARTIIQUAKE AND STORM IN ORGANDIEMUSLINS
e 'a e to "Father."
Today is Father's Day and every- The 1914-15 edition of "Who's Who FATHER I SOUTH SEA ISLANDS ,

: body who ever had a father should in' America," has lately been issued He was not the sort of a father you j -
I Batavia, Java, June 20.-Severd
wear a son flower. and contains nearly three thousand read about in books; I
f islands to the north of British New
o pages.,,;There are brief biographical I He wasn't long on language and he
Guinea have been devastated
Senator Smoot is a chronic fore- sketches of over twenty thousand I wasn't strong on looks. 1 by
caster of dire disasters and always Americans who have done something He was not the sort of a father you earthquakes and storm, according to I
lays it on the Democratic tariff. worth recording Some people made hear about in plays- t reports received here today. Hun-
dreds of houses have and
t i I collapsed a
o sport of this publication when it was I He was just a human fathersortof i
number of natives drowned.
This week's edition of the Florida first issued some twenty years ago, I quiet in his ways. were

Christian Advocate contains an' ex- but those same people now feel high-

:: cellent picture of Orlando's new ly honored to have their names printed Just a sort of family father, fairly ney Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a .

Methodist church building.St. on its pages. It is worth while sound in wind and limb, big shipment ol fresh seed. 3-13-tf A TIMELY PURCHASE

o to be a Who's Who-er. Always ready at the word and not
f Johns county has sold $500,000 a s s I, a nasty trick or whim, t If your paper is not delivered
l; worth of bonds and will build roads There seems to be an absence of I:: Seldom off his feed and never had promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
t with the money. There is no better Orlando items in the Times-Union's I to be turned out to graze, Dr a very timely cash purchase-through

., I investment for any county than good column of "Florida Fish Stories." Safe for any child to drive and broke our European Agents we are in the

roads. ,Are our disciples of Walton resting to harness forty w ys.
unique position of being able to get ahead
') on past records or have they too
' The next Florida legislature will much conscience to to rival at the bit father found
attempt i Steady was ; of the coming fashion through the pur-
have to settle the woman suffrage the Miami and Sic Petersburg head- a lot of fun in working; Licensed Plumber and

j question one way or another, and liners! There is not necessarily any Threw his weight against the collar; Sanitary Engineer chase, direct from the Manufacturers of

here's hoping Bill Mapoles will settle particular relation between the length seemed to have no time for shirk- Estimates Attended Furnished.to. Jobbing several thousands yards of Exclusive de-
it right. and weight of the fish that a man ing. Promptly

3 o catches and the length and weight as Used to smile and say the feed ,bin PHONE 6z9 signs in

Grapejuice diplomacy at Washington reported in the papers. "A word to kept him steady on the track; 106 Court Street

is encountering about as much the wise (Carl Dann, Dr. McElroy, Safe to leave him without hitching;
difficulty in holding the mediators to- Dan Beidler, etc.) is sufficient." he'd be there when you came ORLANDO, FLORIDA
;$ gether as it has had in holding the back. i'21-1m SCOTCH SWISSORGANDIES

Mexicans apart. Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf No; he never balked at working, but
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: the secretary of states Miami now
has a United States senator in Sena- I BATHINGFrom ,JUST I Iiofaclurers. These people were very anxious to do

tor Camden, of Kentucky, who has a
t business with us and made the price so
winter home there.
o Rubber man Prices SOC, 7Sc and 100. All colors. tempting we could not refuse such a splen-

'' The indications that Senator
Bryan has won his are fight for P. A. i McELROY'Sstiiuiinioiissosiiiiui PHARMACY : DRUGS YEARS PUONf 20 did offer. .

Dignan for at Jackson-
t postmaster
These goods are worth and sold at from
ville. The Republican incumbent has
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Q been holding over since February, 75c. to $1.25 yd.

while the senators disagreed over who
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o They go on sale Tuesday,
t Fred DeBerry in his Plant City II II

Arrow says Will Knot shall not be f.. ; I for per yard
governor, and suggests Mayor D. B. I I..
McKay, of Tampa. Colonel McKay is 29c.
editor of the Tampa Times, and is, ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES :
# therefore, ineligible to hold office, ac- I
.; cording to the general result of the Commencement Day-an important event in the :
(None sold before at this Price)
lives of
recent primary. I young people should receive some fitting mark :
o : of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the :
That was a handsome book the I occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of :
Seaboard Air Line issued a few days : Jewelry? II

ago, but on page 323 they played a II I
mean trick on two prominent Orlan& : DIAMONDS AND WATCHES :
citizens. In the advertisement of .
Jansen & Watkins," real estate, the : : 'Ve direct the attention of relatives and friends to OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT

printers shaved City Clerk Jansen's i the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this : Is a great help to our out-of-town customers -

beard off and put it on the face of : store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- ; make use of it whenever you can. Sam-

his partner, Mr. L. C. Watkins. : est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond ples or informatlor cheerfully given. We prepay -
s o : or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values : all charges.

The Sentinel does not get the Associated I and assortment. : Write for one of our illustrated mail order
Press dispatches, but it does A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves : catalogs. \Ve invite comparison of yalues.
get die news. To illustrate, the Sen- no obligation to buy. :

tinel carried a dispatch Thursday I
morning to the effect that fourteen I
constitutionalist generals command- II

ing thirty thousand men had joined ..

Villa in renouncing allegiance to Car- ..
ranza. The Associated Press limped .
in with the same news Friday night II
and it was published in' Saturday II

morning papers using that service- I DICK ON .IY ( CO.
only two days late. Tuesday morning

the effect Sentinel that the carried International a dispatch Associa-to the T.U.Evans the Jeweler !

tion of Police Chiefs had dropped the : ,

s name of Detective Wm. J. Burns from : : DEPARTMENTAL S TO Rf
its honor roll, because of his connec- OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE

t tion with the Frank case at Atlanta. .' .
Saturday morning paper using the Orlando's Favorite Shopping place
Associated Press service carried the EXPERT REPAIRING A.1D ENGRAVING
same information-four days late in Y;

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MtHUHMttmilMtMHSfl- ''s.. l QQll)QD[ OHCDMaDdH) )CD(MBC FLORIDA [[ADS All OTHERS[ IN 'I Ifll ,Or JI'


blluUl Q. Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. !
Official Publication Shows This
Admission cents I

Mr. J. E. Rose, of Lockhart, was in D ODOIIDCDOIIDCDOIIDCDOIIDG Stale's e II At t llen's"

wn yesterday.Mr. .
J. H. Bear, of Winter Park, tinction has
>ent yesterday with us. REAL ESTATE Florida. In III

Mr. Joe Jones spent yesterday inLand BEACH[ H JULY f FOURTH duction of

on legal business.v. the United

> Father Fox is holding ser- says: Gift
south ofVin
in Kissimmee today.rs. 600 acres Will See Florida's Most Daring Driv- "Florida

ter Garden and west of ers in Several Speed earth
[ G. R. Rosenfield and child ed for 1913
e today for Washington, D. C. ; Gotha, including 10 acre Contests marketed no trouble in selecting

r. J. H. Sadler and Mr. C. H. Til- orange grove. The entire try" Wedding or An-

spent yesterday in town from tract covered with Yesterday afternoon's Tampa Times Florida is
and. contained the following reference to phosphate, Present at our store.

j. J. B. Steinmetz drove in from | yellow pine timber. Two the automobile races that will be run pineapples, a complete line .of .

[kiwa Springs yesterday and spent miles of lake shore. on Daytona Beach July fourth, under long staple
day. mHMIiMMIIiiillllllMM the auspices of the Orlando Automobile tion of naval Silverware (sterling or D
association duction of
!.iss Bessie Berry left yesterday : ) and the newest ideas in
r Jacksonville to visit with her Automobile races at Daytona Beachare Cuban

unt for a while. planned for the fourth of July, :accorded .
that will with the of fuller's
: favorably
Miss Mary Allen has returned homer HUGHEY STREET HOME ROBBED compare The before you buy will
in 'speed events of the winter season.
six weeks' visit
a pleasant
Amateur drivers will compete on the with the .
gham, Ala. : After ,spending the week on his "The
fast beach course, for which are
'and Mrs. J. N. McElroy and farm, three miles south of Lake Pick- cups from which
being arranged for, and a race is
idney Newell will spend today eft, Mr. F. E. Taylor returned to his in fulling of
promised that will be well worth the
ytona Beach. home at 1008 Hughey street yester- used in this
attention of Floridians who claim & CoMJewelers
day to find that it had been robbed
Jss Blanche Barnes returned yes- ability at the wheel of speedy cars. its principal
Kissimmee, where shebeen in his absence. Among the missing I ing,
C. D. Pettingill of the American
articles of suits of
was a couple I
friends. and
visiting !, greases,
clothes, two razors and $12.14 in Supply company of this city gives the
rs. Halstead and daughters, who The Times the foreword of the fourthof I-
the winter at 112 Grace street, cash.A ,printing Repairing.
pent big bunch of keys was also taken July races there and declares from tion of
eft yesterday for Brooklyn. present indications there will be some
could be of value
\ though they no unless food Everything Guaranteed.
Mr. Roy McCracken, an old Orlando the thief expected to try themon fast going. Stutz, National and other tute for ;

boy now traveling for the National other houses. Mr. Taylor has his racers, and several popular cars practice
Biscuit company, is in the city today. suspicions and hopes to apprehendthe cut down for racing purposes, spe- mon dry the

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Wendeburg expect -' guilty party.WASHINGTON. cially geared, are being made ready it is ground

to leave tomorrow for Sheeps- for the races. into long

head Bay, N. Y., to spend the sum- STREET RESIDENT One entry will be a Ford, strippedto the crude,
WANTS INFORMATION the last degree of anything that
lowed to
mer.Mr.. Randolph Robinson came down Orlando, June 20, 1914. spells weight, and geared extra high. sult, the oil 101= .
from Jacksonville yesterday to spend Editor of the Morning Sentinel: Cars of that make thus prepared for perfectly
''he week-end with his parents and Can the city of Orlando collect tax racing have made truly remarkable ner than -+--

jisters. money assessed for the bricking of speed records, at various places, and allowed IIIMMMf
the streets of Orlando the streets the little Ford is declared a favoritein the
Mrs. A. E. Lewis and daughter, on through
a )Irs. M. M. Groh, have gone to WashIngton not mentioned in the paving con- its class.J. reaches a 91 J'fiJ

D. C., and other points North. tract? Is it not a fact that the rightto C. Holland of Sanford, Gray "With the J7>>
for the summer months. collect this money was secured by Rush of Orlando, L B. Fort of Or- cess is

I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walton and two ballot of the people, they being a lando, and a number of other enthu- heated in
party to this contract, through the siasts of the state, have formed an ing point of
Children, W. P. Walton, Jr., and little -
them that it amateur association to conduct this Butter rl! rl
Miss Walton, expect to leave today : city authorities assuring cent of its mt
for their home at Lexington, was for the purpose of bricking all meet, and are making the arrange- is then ;
the streets, thus enhancing the valueof ments. The big event is going to bea vigorously I
all the property equally? Is this "free-for-all" race, while other off through
Bradshaw and wife, of St I
Mayor contract binding before the city fills speed trials, of various distances and matter Creamery Butter.
}Petersburg, are guests at the homebf her contract with each individual for various clas sentries, are expectedto filtered oil Seal Creamery Butter.
his brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
property owner in the city? form a part cf the day's program. or, provided Brand Sugar Butter.
pradshaw, 119 East Pine street, for a
I ) A WASHINGTON STREET conducted Peanut Butter.
,few days. RESIDENT.A FLIES, HERE'S JOY FOR YOU "Fuller's Peanut Butter.
Miss Helen Usner, left yesterdayfor in the
Jacksonville to visit her aunt fora Date Nut Butter.
wedding of interest to the many Winsted, Conn., June 20.-Officers exander,
few days. She will go from thereto
Orlando friends of the contracting of the Bald Head Club of Americamet still a
Fort Thomas, Ky., to spend the week."M
parties will take place at Daytona here today and arranged for the for a time
remainder of the summer.
I today. Mr. James E. Windham, one annual dinner to be held at Hotel'! I Oil ITARY GROCERY
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Laughlin III. of the accommodating and popular Winchester, October 29. The club has use was *
otored over to the Beach yesterdayvisit managers at the big Yowell-Duck- applications for membership from fuller's
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oates.ey worth department store, will claim every state. Quincy, Fla. I 4 & GORE

were accompanied by Mr. and for his bride Miss Florence Moore, London and Paris have asked for was made
5 }ph' Yearby, who will spend erty of the 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
of Daytona. The happy couple will copies of the constitution and by-
[few days at the beach. make their home in Orlando and it is laws, with a View to organizing sim- effort failed i!

liss Charlana Galey was marriedMr. needless to s: "* that the best wishesof ilar bodies in Europe. company
[ Harry Schmunk at Cumber- a host of friends is extended to John Rodemeyer, the Canaan ed- resemblance

i, Md., on June 15th. Miss Galey them. itor who created the Bald Head Club, German 'i DESIGNS
[ited her sister, Mrs. S. H. Atha, was elected to be toastmaster at the quence of

te last winter and has many The Baptist Missionary society will i October banquet. J. Martin Sauter, considerable .

nds to whom this news came as hold its regular meeting and barrel Roscoe Benjamin and L. T. Stone deposits of

jte a surprise. opening Monday afternoon at 3:30( were elected honorary members of ported from I 1.1111111111111111111111111 UNMH

Ir. and Mrs. S. W. Eldredge and o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Larson, the club. material in
and Mrs. Ralph Eldredge andss East Church street. Invitation ex- its was

| Lillian Eldredge were in town tended. to all. Among the well known Florida fuller's VIEW
sterday from Apopka. Miss Eld-I folks at the Hotel Seminole yester- "From

dge left on the afternoon train forew I ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL day were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCul- try Florida _

York, from which city she will Second Sunday after Trinity.The lough, and Miss Ruth McCullough, of ducing
sail on Monday for Europe. Miss Holy Communion at 7:30 a. m. Orlando, and J. P. Evans, of Orlando. was from
Eldredge graduated this year from Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Saturday TimesUnion.Eat In -
Stetson university and expects' to 10:30.Morning prayer and sermon at Florida, most up-to-date hotel in

make the trip abroad with a Stetson Evening prayer at 7:45. what you want with a
arty. Eat all you want Utah; in on Academy Heights. \
Eat what want. Take a postscript and forget it. the list.
you For sale by all druggists.
[The best and quicket 25c lunch isthe Eat all you want l-7-d&w.lyr sas was the the beautiful Pigeon River ;
Take a postscript and forget it. Fuller's
The is in eating.
the Model habit proof 17-6t For sale by all durggists.l-7-d&w-lyr Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. soon after of the finest views in Wes- :

but Georgia
I ducer until Open July first.



_ LUCERNE MONDAY I::I reported nia 1901 entered South ; R. McFADYEN, j


Chicago, -
at least
: : "Mohammedan Conspiracy," a fine two reel Than- : Street and I HtltliHIMItMHillilir
: i houser feature. which Lorimer-W. 'insurance Shoe Repairin.gby :

the city
as receiver Journal. PARCEL POST ;

"Scene of a Crime," and "Race For a Bride," a i a Hoyne,

', H Komic. "We 11111 I' Men's Half Soles, 7se to Sse
: be a prima Ladles' Halt'Soles, 60c to 75c
i : officer to ildren'aHaI1So1es $0010750
; I That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away i : ing a Hand Turned Soles, $Loo

the holder of the bank to Heels Repaired, 2gc
; : again tonight to lucky ten cent ticket.
1 Hoyne. mYII All work returned in 24 hours
1I The OrdtrswitWutremittance returned -

I i I ; First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents [ day Buy and returnrpostage.A.Ilansoii C. 0. D. We. pay

Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accom- : : fans of

panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket.'r. be Read happy.the ORLANDO ig East.Pine.Street ftGRlnA;

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(From the Gainesville Sun) Notices of Lost. Wanted. For. Sale. Fer V
Fellows Mass and sermon at 9 a. m. Rent etc.. for this column,25cf for one day
A good strong lodge of Odd No evening service.METHODIST. EOc for three days,'or 11.00 for one week for
is to be organized at Brooksville. 15 words*or less. Money must accompany
the advertisements fer this,column, as no
CHURCH insertions will be made on credit.

:* A mammoth new tourist hotel will

C be built in Sanford at an early date. Sunday school. 9:45 a. m. FOR SALE ORLANDO
Preaching. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. Nursery stock, one, two, three and
Building permits in Tampa last four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
the of
week amounted to sum $47- :METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
ington Navel Address.Mrs. M.Kahle

110. Services for June 21st. Apopka, FIa. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE

K. Melon growers at Inverness are now On Sunday we are to be favored
k with two beautiful solos-one in the FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare MIIIIIMMMMMMMIHMIMtiMIMIIM''
very busy shipping melons. Pricesare morning service by Mr. Lawtori and bargain; recently completely over- FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
said to be satisfactory. at the evening service by Mr. Dren- hauled and made good as new in ev-
first class
ery pan; guaranteed con-
nen.Dr.. Heit of Miami dition must be sold at at
the hottest of the will be present ; once even OPTICAL REPAIRING
; Monday was day and occupy the pulpit. Everyone is sacrifice. Come, or address, White I I
year in Pensacola, the mercury regis invited to be presentCHRISTIAN Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.

tering 94 in the shade at 12 noon. 4-23-tf j I ORLANDO '

Many residents of Pensacola complain TWO COWS FOR SALE I

Sunday school at 10 a. m.
of insufficient light in their
1 cow with 4 weeks old calf.
Services Sunday at 11 a. m. Sub-
neighborhood, the electric lights being ject, "Is the Universe. Including Man, 1 Jersey with first calf.S. I
too far J. B. IRWIN, Maitland. Fla.
apart. Evolved by Atomic Force? Water & Co.
Wednesday evening meeting at 6183tdltwFOR DR. L H. RAMSDEU I

A small fortune has been sent from 7:45.Third floor, corner South Orange SALE-An A4 motor boat. OPTOMETRIST

Pensacola to New York to pay ac- avenue and Church street. Entranceon Eighteen feet long and has four (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likiu)
crued interest on city bonds, the total Church street. horse power engine. Will sell rea-
to sonable. Call at J. L. Empie boat ORLANDO, .. FLORIDA
amounting $90,000.
shop on Gould street. 6-18-2w Electricity

x The battleship Mississippi is backin FOR SALE-Six room house on lot I
Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, 184x180.
Pensacola harbor after a stay off pastor. Forty bearing fruit trees. .IlililllllMlilllllllllllfFor
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. Will sell for $1,900. Address Box
c, Vera Cruz. She brought back the O'Neal, superintendent.Services 294. 6-21-lw Gas Water Ice
aviators and flying machines.The at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.1 I
Morning sermon. "The House of FOR SALE-One 16-inch electrician, Sale
God." Evening sermon, "Things We practically new. One army offi-
residences of Mrs. F. Brummer, Ought to Do." I cer's wall tent, good as new. Address -

with its entire contents, in Dade City, Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30p. I Box 444, city. 6-21-tf : : OR HEXCHANGE Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave.

was destroyed by fire Friday night. m. WANTED-Woman for
The loss is about $3,000 partially Young men are cordially invited to housework | L
join a class for the study of the Bible, during July, $25. room : _
t covered with insurance. as its teachings bear on modern life. and board. Apply to Mrs. J. G.

This class meets in the main audito- Grossenbacher, Plymouth, Fla.
Five Room House built
I No. 6
6203t. ; I Telephone
The matter of county division was rium of the church at 9:45 a. m.
We welcome strangers and visitorsto WANTED A white | I of cement blocks 24x36,
put up to the people direct in De- woman compe-
1 all of the services. Good music.
tent for general housework. Ref-
lir Soto county at the last election, and Seats free. erence. Good home and wages for Cartright shingles, two
*> it was defeated. The matter will lie right party. Phone 515. 6-21-3t lots
u | I IOOXI50, some young I
quiescent now for a couple of years. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

WANTED-One thousand to five ; ; peach, orange and grape- ...
Rev. Edw. T. Poulson, D. D., pas- thousand feet
of second hand two-
The Library association of Fels- I fruit trees. Driven well 'IIIIIIIII'IIII'I"III'IIIIOII .. rm'Miiin"
inch one-inch iron "
tor.Mr. or pipe, deliveredat
mere has been offered 100 books freeif Samuel A. Newell, superintendent Orlando or Plymouth. AddressR. 200 feet. i-

it, will pay the freight on them. of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. M. Hudson, Healey Bldg., Atlanta. ; ;
W. Phillips, director of the choir Mr. Address
The offer comes from the public library ; Ga. 6-18-6t I ; TotheWestandNorthwestVIA
Wm. S. Branch, Jr., organist.
of Minneapolis, Minn. Sunday school promptly at 9:30a.
WANTED-Eight or ten room house. ii
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Box 424
r m. Mrs. Barnes, No. 1 Gould street. ,
: Miami's increased The Baracas are after 100 men for
population 2,376 their class. They want you to make WANTED man to work on my DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
.? for the year 1912-13, according to the them a "visit." home place. Single man preferred.F. Kissimmee, Florida ,

school census just completed. The Worship in the auditorium at 10:45a. Joseph Raehn. 6-31-3t I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
increase in Dade county for the same m. and 7:30 p. m., to which the I 6.8-Im i i
public is most cordially invited. LOST-$20.00 in Grand Theater,
period is placed at 4,704. Saturday. Return to W. L. Frank '
Morning subject, "Going Before His Dixie Dixie
Own." I at Theater and receive reward. It. 11111111llllllltCI' II'1'I Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

That Felsmere lands Subject for the evening. "How to A. C. 1..12:31 am 3:13 pll1 I v Orlando ........................ 3:13l'm
are making WANTED-You to cure the prickly v Jacksonville Orlando A. C. 1..... 6:43am '1:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
c good is evidenced by the fact that Measure a Life. heat, chafing galls, scalded and I I v r Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8Z pm v Jacksonville A. C. I.. ........... S:15rm
Young People's meeting at 6:30p .............
I C. L..11:50am 10:25 v Waycross A. C. I. .10:20I'mI
A. pm
t only six cars of truck were shipped m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. tender feet. Use Dr. Prather's Heat I I Wayeross Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13 pm 4:15 am r iacon. G. S. &; F. .............. 3:46 am
from there last season and already Prayer and fellowship services on Powder and Heat Soap. For sale and LICE? r r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 'l:2oam r Atlanta, C. of Ca .............. '1..2amI :
guaranteed by DeLaney Drug Co. I I r Knolville. I. & N. .............1:19)>mI
c this year there have been 54 cars Wednesday night. 6-21-4t-sun The lice question is quickly I I r Chattanooga W. &; A..12:1Sam 11:55&m r Corbin I. &; N. ................ 3:16pm
sent forward. Good music. Attentive. ushers. settled if you dust your owls \with I r Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4.50 am 4:3Opm r Louisville L. &; N. .............. 9:00 I'm

Welcome! Lice Powder I:I r Indianapolis. a. I. ............ 1:50 em
Conkers Ar St. Louis L C. & I. &; N. 2'50 pm 'l:20 am
FOR RENT Ar Lexington L. & N. ............ 6:50pm
;j The board of county commissionersof WISE AND OTHERWISE It's safe,quick and sure. !Ar Hopkinsville I. N........... 61pm Ar Cineinanti L. & N. ............. 8:50pm
Manatee county have recently appointed Sates your poultry profits because it Ar Evansville 1. & N..... 9:28 am 9:2 pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. Se; I. ..........1220 pm'Ar
FOR RENT-Two office spaces in I' Terre Haute, c. E. I.. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapids, G. R. I: L ....... %:45l'mAz
a committee of one to con- (Clipped Without Credit.) our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Kills the Lice Chicago C. &; E. L..... 6:5Opm 6:50 am -r-Cleveland, Big Four ............. 'I:15 am
fer with Prof. C. K. McQuarrie relative It takes a wise woman to listen Come in and we will show you. Pierce Doesn't Harm Chickens

to installing an agricultural dem- when she can't talk. Electric Co. < 3-29-tf Price 23 cents,50 cents and 5u.00. I DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
For the mites the hide m the cracks by
onstrator in that county. TO day and prey on chidrns at night,sprayyour Ad For) Solid train composed of section drawing- Solid train composed of electric light
RENT-Some desirable mod-
very poultry house with I oom sleeping care observation compartment
t A poor workman always considers ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Conkey's Lice rrwrNItkI(sskrr' are and dining car. between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
The board of instruction in 4-26-tf Liquid Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and ,Cincinnati 'an
himself superior to his job. Oim them out thoroughly Quart 35 I ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisville ana 'Ys&anap..
Dade have cents,hill gallon 60( cents,,gallon JIWXFor u I '
recently disposed
county FOR RENT-Six room house, in first the deadly: head louse weCONXEVS DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville anr
of a bond issue of $150,000, realizing Don't tell people that you are as class condition. No. 210 N. Orange HEAD LICE ? Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car betw
Y the sum of $157,800 therefor, or a good as they are show them that avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- OINTMENT I' artment observation sleepers and ductile Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mond2.
; I Ij
tt FiratI
ighted section drawing-room sleepers. -
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf Effecme and donn harm chicks 10 and Thursdays of teach week. Dining r
premium of $7,800, which is a little you are better. I j i anJ 25 cents. Money back a these lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car
service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
preparations do not satsty.TheCEC.C..Ckn..dot ewes meals a la carte.
better than five per cent. in advance. FOR RENT-To desirable tenant, 71 :. I I I

Human nature sets a man up as a room bungalow, corner East Pine ro'rt-iiciTfc"Ts.Ti7;13iSFRStKYATio.N: ; -A. D INFORMATION, WRItE R-dUTtB
Some months ago Lakeland voted judge of his neighbor. and Liberty streets. Lord & Brad- P. F. LAUBACH W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Are
shaw. 610.1wMISCELLANEOUS Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando
$50,000 for building one new schoolhouse
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a and improving the school property Unless a man keeps moving, the '' 1"11111"111 --- --- --- -- ---- -

.c generally in the place. This world will soon leave him in the lurch. I t f I iil
work is now well under way and the BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO I

t people are all glad they voted bonds. :Many a horse has been badly raced PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall
variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP THE U HOUSE
.. because money talked to the jockey. Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece,
The Miami Metropolis says a more or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good

strict inspection of nursery stock is :Misfit kisses are ;h: kind girls lav- time to set either. The Bear's Head

; needed to prevent Florida citrus trees other.If Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. _

T ,from to sery this stock infection state.shipped of insects from from California nur- -well on you you think know'the you can't:answer.do a thing at 519tf.6-4-d6t-wlt Tomato F. F. Dutton's, Egg plant Sanford, Pepper, Fla.Crates, f FURNISHING I Q QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l

The four principal trains on the ; ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE-Two Sentinel want ads. are money get-
{ Seaboard Air Line railroad between I miles from Orlando. Part of the
ters. Try them.T. EARl
Tampa and Jacksonville have been old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. :Mark TESTOur
White Ocoee Fla. 66d&wlmo.Up .
equipped with the steel day coaches. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

: The coaches are the latest modelsof 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf stock of Rugs Draperies and Furniture
to date painting, papering, etc., are a positive

electric construction lights and and are electric equipped fans. with is?the That's kind you easy want., phone Where 636. to W.getit T. It will pay you to let us do some delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

Entrican. 1-20-tf I of your printing. We do it right. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

1 The city of St. Petersburg has in every sense of the word.

bought a Gamewell fire alarm system

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of the system is to start Have You Poultry Troubles ?
N at an early date and the system is to CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you \ : :; :

: be in operation in 120 days from the Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly
an poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver.Thousands Bee Dee STOCK & to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj joining -
time the contract is signed. POULTRY MEDICINE
of poultry! raisers: who use it all year
is a splendid cure for liver
round to keep their flocks in good health, highly trouble roup and chicken clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
recommend cholera. Given regularlywith
the feed in small
r UfAlUY HAIRNOIT doses, it also makes in feature to you.
STOCK & POULTRY eiceuenttonic.F. f
Bee Dee .J.Stowe,
MEDICINE PurcelOkla. .lllllllllllllllllllrlll I"III I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIItllllllll ,

It's a liver Medicine.
25c, 50c and SI. per can.At .
Parisian Sage. Also a strengthlng Tonic. yoor dealer's.

It's entirely needless to have Unsightly I R B 5

matted, thin or faded hair. A
Kincaid &
y little care is all that is needed to makeit Snowden
thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand Cow Peas! Co" Peas!

free from dandruff. I

s Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair Clays ................................. .. ....... ... ... .. .. ....J.09 per bushel _
needs and is absolutely harmless. It Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ..................... 33.25 per bushel
quickly stops itching head and falling Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... ......:... ... ... ......... ..%. per bushel Furniture of Characterat
i hair, and is one of the best tonics to Whippoorwill ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.01 per bushel
invigorate the scalp and make the Mists Peas ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 2.85 per bushel

hair grow long and beautiful. We pay freight en all orders for one bushel or mere at above prices. If wanted Popular Prices
Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today in large quantities, we will promptly mail .samples and floatations.
from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any
: drug counter. It costs but 50 cents. KILGORE CO
Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff SEED : ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
dissappears-your head feels fine-

the hair is pretty and perfectly PLANT CITY, FLORIDA
healthy. I +4iiiiiMMiiiiini:HiiiiiiiiimiiimHinMiiimMiimimiiiiij .... ...
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I IS OPEN FOR BUSINESSIstheCoolestPlaceinOrlando

I ; :

We have a fine Chef and serve the best
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town*
Condensed SpecificationsWheel

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

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

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

ver, V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: .
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side

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

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors

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Legislation Must Be Enacted DR. J.-C .HOWELL A- THE MARKET

if Citrus industry of Flor- 2ndTO
July Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo _
ida is the Be Conserved.; extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room I Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

Telephone connections
Miami, June 20.-If the citrus in- Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes
fostry, as well as other fruit industries Savannah, Ga. $7.00 House. AND SALT MEATS
to be protected in this state ---- -- -
[some stringent legislation coveringthe Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME
Warman's Repair Stop o Court St. Only four and one half
of bud wood and
[ importation And return fromORLANDO 12-5-tf. | Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
[young trees from other states will blocks from the post
[have to be enacted. This is the opin- ; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh !
lion of E. V. Blackman, fruit grower MtttttmiHMMMtimMJUST office, East Side. A and pure.

and of the Dade County ,
secretary Via i
[Fair Association. He calls attention PHD variety of fruit. We are I ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have ;

30 the fact that not only the Texas Atlantic Coast Line going to sell this everything in the Meat Line.
t cab, but other diseases are being in POPE'S property

croduced into this section which wil Tickets on sale July 2nd, final and have put the

ause growers. great expense to erad- limit July 14th. Tickets will LUNCH COUNTER i The PARLOR MARKET
icate. This expense I could just as be good on regular trains going price at only $2350.
I well be avoided in the first place by
and returning. For in- I SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS Reasonable
[preventing the importation bf bud
i wood. formation or Pullman reservation H. M. Self & CO.PUNE1 .

"There is no reasonable excuse for call on nearest Atlantic -i
the importation of bud wood," said Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper Atha : STREET

"for all that is needed SODA FOUNTAIN I
W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., Phone No. 80
an be raised right here and danger 114 South Orange Ae, Ground Floor
w. D. WHITE, D. T. A.
thus avoided. The laws of thee : ; OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
ORLANDOY. Phone No. 311 '" '
.. lax in this iiiiiiimimiiniimwwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiin
re xceedingly recd -
,? and new laws should be put R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger I POPE & BUTT PROPS.

rough at the earliest opportunityat Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Di- I 37 W. CHURCH ST. I

will give the growers of Florida, vision Passenger Agent. I
TAMPA iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiilFare iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiW.
pan whom so much of the prosperity I

of the state depends, some pro-
ction." I

Several Kinds of Scale *

'I I There are several kinds of scale l 322! a M. SLEMONSNew

hat are attaching not only to citrus DAILY BETWEEN .
.rees but also to cocoanut palms, hibiscus BUffALO SjLEVELAND i

and other foliage plants, he 1 I
said, which kinds of scale are nearly 1
always easy to control if taken in 1I I Goods Arriving {
.-, ___ I
"To show how prevalent the scale 'r-- _r: ___

this year, I visited one house in Mi.i ,
yesterday and found nearly all THE GREAT SHIP -SEEANDBEE"

inds of trees well covered with scaled l.allt)1500 feet:breadth 98 feet 6 Itches;510 stateroom and parlor accommodating 1500: pum-
,PRo Greater in cart-larger in all proportion* richer in all appoiptmenli-thin nay learner oa
in many instances the trees are inland waters of the world la service J1SIh. I
[ying slowly," said Mr. Blackman. Magnificent Steamer*;"SEEANDBEE.""Oty el Erie"and"City of Buffalo-
We sell
high grade Men's Clothing Hats made John
by B. Stetson & Co.
)n this place,without making a care- Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May1at to Dec.1st

ii investigation, found oyster shell, 0 Lean Buffalo 9.00P.M. i Leave Cleveland fcOOJML made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
Arrive ee.eJaDi. 'l.30A.Yo AimeBufUo 7JOA.M.
)ttony cuchion, round black, long redid (Eastern Standard Time)
one scale that I have never seen ComI. t OIIt at(3evrlaedtwM< -is-4a-BTToledo.IetitHtarid pointaWed.edSoatbwaL Railroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
ticket reading between Bmffala ana OeYelaad.s for transportation oa oar.deamers.
fore. The result of this vigorous Atk your ticket agent for ticket tin C.&B.Line. Trite ni for handsome Qliutrated booklet fee,' Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
tack of the scale will, in many THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland 0.
[stances, kill the trees, unless & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

[mething is done to get rid of it. For
I have used Fairnks'
ars successfully -

washing powder. spraying the [ 1L '( 1') CQ
ees thoroughly with the liquid made /
W. M. .
follows: When trees are full ofJTew SLEMONS!

growth, use one pound of powder -
to ten gallons of water. In case
trees are dorman use 11-2 pounds to
10 gallons of water. The secret of
El killing scale with this or other killing ydyl ll nnyinwrww.- JIIII'lllllllltt'I"II'IIIIIIIII'tlllll'IIIII'I'III'IIIIIII IIII'I.I

liquid is to thoroughly saturatethe I b k

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land[once This of these the will in about limbs usually pests,ten and but rid days trunks care trees, three should completely, spraying times.be ,I. ,,fj H !! 3r} :! -- _"_" _" _"_" _"_"_""t.-. ]jjij:I ; ;: OI:IIs"" ':" iifNfilM,:

ken and the trees given a careful 111111.111111111SUMMER
Inspection and spraying until all danger Low Round Trip Rates

is past. In many instances the FROM JACKSONVILLEEfumlU
ong, slim red and black scale is COOKINGHow
St.Lota $37.73 Oku. $43.50 Ciaciauti -$33.00
oing the most damage." I Dun 5I.CO St Past M-5 UiiiTilU- 31.50
Colend.Spriap. 58.60 Dilots UO Isoxrfll. 21.40
I Sat Lab CQ 71.60 Wisaipef 78.75 3Z.zs
flcKAY WILL NOT BE TAMPA YtDnntM. .. -10C.OO_ 7.... Twrats Mtstrul- .. .. 4S.M 55.45 I FruckLkkTdeda. a>apfit -- -- 3630P.rtlud 35 JO do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitchen -
POSTMASTER uhf Seattle 1M.CO Petwkey 51. 8KM 41.11
loa AqtIes Mickisse > .S3.00 Detroit O.so hot and with dirty wood coal do
s..Fnacilc.- 8I.SO BafiaU .47.49 OntiiqsaMinmolk 47.40 ;| stuffy a or range, or youhavea
ClaW Park 82.75 Miaian Falls .47.40 Can 30.90
Ive|Washington, June Retfresenta-- Low rates to other points in Colorado,California,Canada Minnesota ; I clean, cool and comfortable Gas Range? '
Sparkman finds, to his great re- I .Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally
[ret, that Postmaster General Burley I low rates from other points in the State.
+ I, Tickets on sale daily,tmtil September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
| will not consent to the appointent I I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT We are offering some great reductions during June and

of his friend, Captain JamescKay h LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.
as postmaster of Tampa. i i Going through St.Louis,returning through Chicago would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for you.
Captain McKay is very popular, Ot rice rena. Liberal stop-overs on all tickets.
ut he seventy-four years old, ande TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST three
through train daily choice of three different
postmaster general rules him out I
that account. ''p
Three daily trains to the southwest through New
The department is calling on Mr. }t z-; Orleans. Unexcelled dining car serrice. Fast time. Orlando Water & Light Company
tJ'' Rock ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated
parkman for another recommenda- I booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleep
fag car reservations and other information,address,
1 hi H. C. BRETKEY, Gas Department

[Who is your painter and decorator! III IheidsPwatalfsl.
yea are satisfied keep the one you ''ll,i i I U4 Wilt Bay Stmt.JACISOmi .. \\ MUllMIMfcrMllllllliiilltiiimuiiMiiiimiiMimiinnmi' \ ''''''' IMMM'''''', "
Te: if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Ig i : FLL
886. 1-20-tf

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r I Washington, June 20.-Minister
Suppose you have $100 you will not need for Naon of Argentina, returning today
! six months. How can you invest it safely, have l lit i!to the Niagara conference, bore to ir
k" earn 4 per cent intere't and then be able to I the mediators and Huerta delegates
I President Wilson's personal explanation ; ; :1!: ___
get the principal the day you need it? :
of why the United States stands ] : .
Bring your money.to the State Bank of Or, f squarely on the position outlined in 'k MelaicMly( _
lando. We will issue one of our Certficates of the recent note of the American dele- T

F Deposit for any amount you have to deposit, pay |gates. ,.' ..

you 4 per cent interest, pay you the principalany I Although all officials were consist- .... ; ;
ently silent on what took place at lastnight's ,
day after three months. : \ &1, .
long White House conference,; (. t)
it was known that the mediator start-
The State Bank oi Orlando ed for Niagara Falls apparently much .
; impressed with the force of the pres. hat each setting sun, brings us nearer the end.

ident's views.President Wilson. is understood to When your days arc ended, v/hat about your
"" :: loved ?
p have explained to Mr. Naon at great ones

length why he is convinced that peace 1 '1'.1..." : ,, I. T.t : .1 .
can come out of the Mexican trouble .I UUUl I S yoil" S u\10 I t not case; b'I1t11011 t
-- -- -- I only by the establishment of a pro- :. making a start toward placing your home on a ;
f WHIIT[IMPORTS SHOWN INCREASE[, WilliAM AND W y00DROW [ENJOYED[ visional government fully approvedby :- business basis, and providing your love ones :

E WIRElESS CIIAT T YESTERDAY the constitutionalists and why, in ; \vith a systematic plan for their maintenance ;', .
; [EXPORTS fAllOff his opinion, a so-called "neutral"president :. '. .: noW and ilLrca1ter. ':;' ;'
would only prolong the : '

Message Sent Through 4,062 Milesof bloodshed.The ::; .' :: Let tiS help you un is il pleasure. to sorve yon." .:: ::
Exceeded May, 1913, by
officials here that
May Imports hope of a ". ,
Air From President to : :. ;
$33,000,000; Exports LeSs German Emperor breakdown of the mediation may be ; ',. ..,. ;.....',.., '..' :.::
by $33,000,000Washington averted is based upon the attitude in .. .. .. ...
which it is expected he will presentit '. :. .:: ':\:': .
t :" .t
Washington, June 20.-An exchange : ; : .
June 20.Importsinto and the ....
; to the other mediators .".. .. '-
of wireless messages between :.' : -: .
the United States increased last Mexican delegates at the meeting late
month compared with May, 1913, but President Wilson and Emperor Wil- today which many have feared would U ... . -a_ .. I
decline in the liam was made public today at the .' ." ." .....,
exports the
of -
there was a i.be the final session peace con-
announced :White House. The messages sparked j I Ii I
3 in department preliminary of commerce figures today. May i through 4,062 miles of air between ference.Early today Rafael Zubaran and ; 'Thk\ J11 : :
N. J., and Eivelse Ger-I I 0
Tuckerton D' .
imports aggregated $123,637,386 com- l President Wilson and the emperor Luis Cabrera, two of the constitutionalist : : ..: 1 )!> '! 1':: : :
pared with 133,723,713 in May last many. representatives here, were : .' :
exchanged messages last Jan- .
year. Free merchandise amounted to I attempting to arrange telegraphic -
s. 62.7 per cent. against 51.6 per cent. uary,.when the emperor sent a mes- communication with Carranza, apparently .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . ... .. .......
a year ago.Domestic. sage to the Tuckerton station but as j I| to report on last night's conference :.:; .:. '.':-:.:'.:' /:1: .:\ :.. .. ;. : ':" : ..:. .. .. ... l.;:::: .::<:<
imports in May totaled i it was not then'equipped to transmit j' between Cabrera and Mr. Naon. 'II
$157,406,572, a decrease of $33,649-i messages. President Wilson's \reply I .
228 as compared with May, 1913. went by cable. "Woodrow Wilson." LARGEST RIVER STEAMER boat's band. NOTICE TO SIDEWALK CON
Foreign exports totaled $4,243,631 The messages of yesterday, signal- The emperor replied: SINKS ___ \ The large steamer an hour before TRACTORSBids
against $3,551,622 in May, 1913. izing a new step in transAtlanticwireless "President Woodrow Wilson, Wash- had discharged 900 excursionists at
? For eleven months ending May, communication were as follows -I ington, D. C.: St. Louis, Mo., June 20.-The river :Alton, 111., and was headed down will be received by the Cit.
1914, imports totaled $1,735,885,740 : "During visit to Eivelse stationI i miles below. Council at the City Hall up to 2 p. m.
my steamer Majestic, the largest excur- stream for St. Louis 27 26th, for side
"His Majesty, William III., German I June 1914. placing ]
4 against $1,681,762,357 last year and received your kind message. I 'sion boat on the Mississippi river, : The boat struck squarely againstthe walks where ordered by the Cit
domestic exports $2,175,492,419 ash Emperor: I(thank you for the greetings. I return struck the cribbing of a waterworks cribbing of the new intake towerof Council under Ordinance No. 34i
against $2,268,333,478 last year. For- "On this occasion of the openingof I i your congratulations on the tower near here early today and sankin the St. Louis waterworks, on whicha I Specifications may be had after :Monday
the Tuckerton radio station, I send i June 22nd. The City Council fl
eign goods exported aggregated $31- i opening of wireless communication ten minutes. Of the forty-nine red light was burning, and sank to serve the right to reject any and a'
932,269 in the eleven months compared to your majesty my best greetingsand I I I between Germany and America. I, persons on board at the time of the the bottom of the river. The water !bids.
: with $34,145,755 last year. offer my congratulations on this : too, consider it as an additional link I accident three have not been accounted did not cover the vessel, however, the I E. F. SPERRY, Mayor,
additional link to bind the United I
I which will bind our two countries in for, and it is feared they were upper decks remaining above the surface -I Sal
It will to let us do some States and'Germany in closer intercourse I I Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's,
pay you I mutual friendship and closer intercourse. {drowned. All on board were members and to this the persons on board for
i I ford Fla. Write or phone price
of printing. We do it right. and good relationship. I
j your I of the crew or members of the climbed after the crash. i 5-1911.
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t This great Sale has been wonderfully marvelous. You must bear us out in this.

{F : But the greatest is yet to come, when beginning,




Y OUR GREAT Remnant Sale

Such a sale is imperative, it just must happen, when you consider the many thousands of odds and ends, we J

Y | have from our Great Sale, which has lasted over one month.


} \ They are new and consist largely of the short pieces of Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Ratines, Ginghams,

Domestics and Lawns, in fact everything sold by the yard, from the Great $50,000.00 Levy stock we are now

closing out. Many of these are large enough for dress patterns. Come early Monday Morning, the great array

'- of Genuine Bargains will be interesting to you whether you buy or not.

"'- J

g The Yowell-Duckworth

Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It."

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