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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 23, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS .

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



t VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. NUMBER 113.j .

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HORRIBLE[ REVENGE[\ [ [ FACTIONS INfO A


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SAYS CARRANZA IN LAST School BOARD SElECTS TEACHERS BLOWS HIS WIFE AND HER I IIS THE LATEST EFFORT IMPORTANT CONVENTION COMING I TRAIN HELD UP BY HIGH

NOTE TO NIAGARA PARAMOUR INTO BITS MEDIATORS ARE MAK WATER; DIRECTS BATTLE -
f FOR R COUNTY SCHOOLS T TO ORLANDO IN DECEMBER[ I

MEDIATORSNO WITH STOLEN ING AT NIAGARA i BY TELEGRAPHS

DYNAMITE FALLS -
All But a Few Schools Were Partlyor Association of Architects

NO POSSIBILITY OF AN ARMSTICE[ Wholly Provided for Will Hold Annual Meeting WHILE [ Y BRIDGE IS BUNG BUILT

Yesterday AFTER HIS SHOTS fAllfD TO KILL MEXICANS S MUST T SAVE OWN COUNTRY Here

CONSTITUTIONALISTS \S USUAL, CRAFTY COMMANDER -

SAYS ,EVERY PATRIOTIC, MEXICAN After being unavoidably postponed The third annual meeting of the REFUSES TO GIVE OUT INFORMATION -
twice, the school board yesterday STOLE DYNAMITE AND BLEW OTHER PLANS HAVE FAILED Florida Association of Architectswill ,
WILL RESENT ALL OUTSIDE
BUT IT IS BELIEVED
reached the matter of naming the UP BUILDING IN WHICH THE AND MEDIATORS WILL MARK convene in Orlando on December

EFFORT TO NAME PROVISIONAL teachers for Orange county schools WOUNDED VICTIMS OF TIME UNTIL CONSTITUTIONALIST 14th. To Messrs. L. P. Hutton BIG BATTLE HAS ALREADY -

PRESIDENT for the coming year. A pretty thor- .I HIS MURDEROUS REPRESENTATIVES and Murry S. King, two of Orlando's BEGUN

ough job was done and very few I leading architects and members of
I PISTOL LAY ARRIVE
June schools were overlooked, though in the association, is due the credit for
Washington, 22.Special.Carranza's )- Jimulco, Mex., June 22.-(Special.)
reply to the mediators'last I some instances the full complementof I good work in bringing the convention 'Trains carrying Generals Villa and

teachers Nichols, Fla., June 22.-John Black, Niagara Falls, Ont June 22. Actual to this city.
t$ note to him was received here was not named, Orlando t : Angeles, their staffs and their escorts -

early this morning by Rafael Zuba- being among the number, and a prin- the colored man who shot his wife negotiations between representatives They won the contest over two reached Jimulco early this"

ran, and transmitted by him throughthe cipal is yet to be named. and Israle Goodwin when he, found of the two fighting factions in. other Florida cities at the semi-an- morning, and have been tied up here

mails to Niagara Falls. It will The following is a list of the teachers i them together at his home between Mexico in an effort to agree on an nual meeting held in Jacksonville, all day waiting for the water to run

t reach there late tonight and be in the appointed yesterday and the this place and Mulberry Friday night, individual for the provisional presi- having gone there as loyal boostersof down sufficiently to permit the building -

hands of the mediators tomorrow schools which they will serve: I taking to the woods and eavding arrest dency is the latest plan which the Orlando and making a spirited and of a temporary bridge across the

morning.The Orlando High School Miss Eunice after the shooting, returned to mediators have evolved for the solution successful fight to bring the annual river. It is expected that the trains

gist of the note is an exposi- DeLaney, and Miss Mollie Ray, asso- the house about 2 o'clock Sunday of the Mexican problem. meeting here. The association now will be able to get away to Canitas

tion of the futility of mediation in ciate assists to principal; Miss morning and completed his work of 'I 1 Just how the two elements will be has nearly fifty members, new ones I tonight. In the meantime Villa has

attempting to deal with internal af- Minnie Groves and Miss Pearl Har- vengeance by blowing the pair, and drawn together remained a secret today being added constantly, and Orlando i been in constant telegraphic commu-

\ fairs in Mexico. It states that ques- ris, with one assistant to be pro- I j j the house as well, into the air with I and it became known that strong being centrally ''located and within nication with his division commanders -

tions of a provisional form of gov- vided. I dynamite. 'pressure had been brought to bear on easy reach of all parts of the state, in the field in the vicinity of Zac-

,. ernment, the agrarian problem and Grammar School-Prof. J. W. Simmons 1 II Black is believed to have stolen his General Carranza through the Amer- a big attendance is expected.It I atecas and has been directing the

the permanent pacification of the principal; Miss Mary Young, ;, dynamite from the phosphate company -I ican government to come into the is needless to say that the as- movement of troops all day.

country can only be settled by the Mrs. Ethel Belle Stevens, Miss Jewel !i, late Saturday night, then to ,plan. Informal parleys between the sociation will find a hearty welcome When Villa's train once leaves Ji-

citizens of Mexico themselves, and Womble, Miss Elizabeth Welch, Mrs. I have slipped over to his old home representatives of the two factions here, and Orlando will take pride in. mulco he will have a clear track into

that any attempt at solution of them J. M. Brady, Miss Beulah Roney, Miss where the wounded negro and the wo- j outside of the formal mediation proceedings making the stay pleasant. Canitas or even to Fresnillo, at which

by outsiders will be keenly .resented Bessie Miner, Miss Eva Taylor, Miss 1! man were staying. j but with the counsel and points the great bulk of his army is

F by every patriotic Mexican. Grace Holt, Miss Laura Chittenden, They could have had no warning 'j advice of the American delegates is concentrated. Canjtas should be

I Carranza reiterates his declaration Miss Eva McQuaters, Miss Jennie of his intention and doubtlesss never the object of the new plan. This TEN THOUSAND U O DOLLARS RAISED[D DIN reached early tomorrow.

that an armistice is an impossible Baas, Miss Bernice Smith, Mrs. W. G. knew what hit them. move was adopted as a last resort- Villa would make no statements today -

condition for him to comply with, and Johnson, Miss Mary Branham, Mrs. I The man and woman and the house i every effort to get the constitutionalists TWO DAYSFor regarding the situation at Zaca-

intimates that he is still willing to J. W. Gaines and Miss Ruby Wilkin. kere blown to small bits by the forceof }! to agree to an armistice as de- tecas, but it is believed that sharp

send delegates to Niagara Falls in Apopka School-Prof. E. W. Fly, the explosion and the man must sire j by the mediators having failed. skirmishing is taking place there con-

case this entrance requirement is principal; Miss Mattie Chapman, first have used a quantity of dynamite to The appeal which is said to have New Presbyterian Church and stantly.
withdrawn. The possibility of AmerIcan assistant; Miss Lillian Eldredge, Miss
cabin in the he did.
wreck the way influenced both factions, is that the Total Amount
[ intervention is given no allusion. Ruby Wilson and Miss Appie Redditt. i Necessary
The shot was distinctly heard by Mexicans themsevles must save their
Zacatecas is the keynote to the sit- Oakland-Winter Garden-J. A. Os- Expected This Week
many people in this city Sundaymorning country from further spoliation and AUTOMOBILE AN INTO SEWER[ [
uation. If the rebels capture it, teens principal; :Miss Belle Crawford, but as it was not known L I I bloodshed by each making certain

Huerta's fall is certain and his only first assistant; Mrs. G. Hammond, what caused it no pursuit was organized I sacrifices, but neither side will be The services at the Presbyterianchurch DITCH H LAST T NIGHT T TOn
for honorable abdication Miss Lallie Abernethy Miss Dora
hope an ,
yesterday were largely givento
until daylight Sunday. asked to abandon the principles for
would rest on the agreement reached Woods, Miss Bertha Getsch, Miss ; setting before the congregationthe
Though officers have been search- which they have been contending. It
here by his envoys and the constitu- Leila Roper. ing for the man he is still at large. will be several days before the plans plans for enlarging and improvI Anderson Street and the Occu-
tionalists. If the constitutionalistsare Winter Park-Mrs. Ora Layton,
He is believed to be armed and he will materialize and constitutionalist I the church building, so as to meet pants Had a Narrow Escape
repulsed Huerta will stiffen his principal; :Miss Nannie Harris, first
the needs and taste of the
i has threatened to take the lives of delegates can arrive. Meantime the I communityin From Serious Injury .
deli nds and Carranza will be more assistant; Miss Mary Oliver, Miss
a church auditorium. It was stated
I Other colored people whom he holds mediators and Huerta and American
willing to make concessions. In either Alice Whitner. j'in some responsible for his trou- delegates will continue their discus- that it was recognized by those bringing -
way I Shortly before eight o'clock last
the of both factions Ocoee-R. R. Miss
case necessity Riley, principal;
t the matter before the people that
sion of other
bles. points in the general!
night Mr. C. C. Hanner and Mr.
authorized Laura Lewter Miss Lenora Arnette.
having representatives ,
the time of mid-summer not
I peace plan than those which was opportune -
on they
who with
Montgomery, was riding
who can at Niagara Pine Castle Miss Francis May,
arrange peace, I have been deadlocked.The for presenting the cause of
Falls or elsewhere, is evident. principal; Miss Willie May, Miss II' church Improvements, nevertheless it him, had a narrow escape from seri
Villa's position in regard to the Belle Scott. NEW COIF ClUB BUILDING AT determination seems to be to was believed that the congregation ous injury and possible death, when
leave the question of a provisional his big Cadillac car ran into a ditchon
uestion of Carranza envoys and the Conway-Irs. A. C. Hickson, prin- vres amply able anj entirely willing
WINTER[ ARK
president to the two Mexican the Church
uerta cipal Miss Gretta Frint. factions Anderson street near
envoys meeting informally ; I to take held of the proposition, and
as not been learned here, but the Fairview-Mrs. A. S. Beyer. I to decide. Any agreement which they believed! also that the work could all Home and Hospital.The .
may reach will be sanctioned by the ditch was dug by the sewer
and of Villa is seen in the cordial Lockhart-Mrs. Agnes Clark prin-
be nished in time for the winter
Contract Has Been Let and Work
enor of Carranza's note. cipal; Miss Edith Corton. I American government and the resultsof tourists. It contractors and they had carelesslyleft
was not thought
Christmas-Miss Florence Bellows, Will Begin Soon on $5,000 the negotiations later would be incorporated necessary it without warning lights. It is
toask
:cr large subscrip-
principal; Miss Myrtle Bean. BuildingThe in the mediation proceed- any about six feet deep and there was
tions in order to raise the
S. SUPREME[ COURT RENDERS[ [ Tangerine-Miss Nellie King. ings for final agreement. posed of $15,000. Subscriptions sum were pro- nothing whatever to warn automo-
t The advantage of the it biles or other passing vehicles of the
Boggy Creek-Miss Edith new plan,
Belknap.
contract has been let to Han- called for and in a very short time
IMPORTANT D DECISION[ I Taft-Lafayette Riley. is said, is that the conferences will danger.
ner Bros., one of Orlando's big con- the sum of $8,700 was subscribed,
be continued while the situation in Very fortunately Mr. Hanner had
Canadas-A. J. Ross.
firms for the erection of this with
together
I tracting a $1,000 proposed to '
., northern Mexico is developing.The slowed up to about five miles an hourto
-- ( beautiful new golf club building at be raised by the Ladies' Aid Society,
Wholesalers Have a Right to Deal t Winter Park, and the work will begin Huerta delegates are under- and subscriptions coming in yester- allow another automobile to pass
Directly With Consumers, According STREET T [ PAVING Will stood to have when he struck the ditch, and to this
BEGIN[ IN consulted their
soon and be rushed to early comple- govern- day, the amount of $10,000 is now insight
fact alone is given the credit for the
to Decision
r !tion. The contract for the electrical ment and secured permission to deal The men of the church are requested -
THREE[[ almost miraculous escape with only a
WEEKS work has been awarded to J. A. Cap- with the constitutionalists. to meet at the church tonightat
few slight bruises. The car was not
Washington, June 22.-SpeciaI.-( ) linger, of this city, and the plumbing 7:30 o'clock when committees will
of wholesale deal- seriously injured and was pulled toa
The "blacklisting" will be supplied by the Winter Park be appointed for the making of a
ers seeking to sell direct to consum- Contractors Notify City That They garage last night.
Plumbing company. I[ OFFICIAL IE OF PRIMARY canvass among the members of the
ers, by retail dealers associations, Will Be Ready to Lay A damage suit will possibly result
The plans for the new building church who have not as yet sub-
was declared illegal today by the supreme the Brick i were drawn by Architect L. P. Hut- I MADE KNijWNFletchrr scribed. It is hoped by the end of and street obstructions will then be
in restraint of trade more carefully marked. As a matterof
court as I I ton, of this city, and it will be a neatI the week to have the entire $15,000
and an injunction issued against the The Alabama Paving fact every one of those ditches
company, ;I structure of the bungalow type, cost- subscribed.
circulation of blacklist reports was contractors for the laying of the i and holes should have a railing of
I ing $5,000. The interior will consistof Had Over 10,000 Majorityand
sustained. The case came to the supreme brick pavements on the streets of some kind around them, and several
| a large dancing floor and stage, Sears Had 1,672 Plurality BASEBALL RESULTS
court on an appeal by the Orlando, have notified the city offi- kitchen and serving room, while a lights at night.

Eastern States Lumber association cials that they will be ready to beginwork :I j cosy corner will be provided in an Over L'Engle

against, an injunction issued against in three weeks. Realizing the alcove warmed in winter by a large National League MRS. OLIVE A. COHOONMrs.

it by the circuit court of southern great advantage of having sewer con- I j fireplace, and beautified by a handsome Tallahassee, Fla., June 22.-The New York 3, Cincinnati 2. Olive A. Cohoon died yester;

New York. The association was I nections made before the paving isj mantel. The building will be state canvassing board met this Brooklyn 5, Pittsburg 1. day morning at 8:30 o'clock at the
with conspiring to prevent done Commissioner I Boston 3, St. Louis 4.PhiladelphiaChicago home of her son. Mr. Allan Cohoon,
charged City Robertsonhas almost completely surrounded by wide morning and canvassed the returns
wholesale lumber dealers from sell- issued the from ; rain. on South Lake street. Mrs. Cohoonwas
F following notice to : verandas. the recent Democratic primary.
ing direct to consumers. property owners: j j I i-: The large dancing room will also I The results follow: American League born at Perintown, Ohio, on the
4th day of May, 1849. She was mar-
Chicago 5, Boston 4.
"Property owners on Central Ibe
ave- I used as a general assembly and For United States SenatorFletcher ried
to Louis Allan
Cohoon and
MRS. PENNYBACKER ILL nue, South street, and all streets be-i'entertainment hall, in which social 32,042; Stockton, 21,733. Detroit 3, Washington 4. the mother of four children three was
tween, east of railroad, are hereby St. Louis 0, Philadelphia 3.
: gatherings of various kinds will as- Congressman, First DistrictAngle boys and one girl. She is survivedby
South Bend, Ind., June .-(Special. notified to make their connectionswith Cleveland-New York; rain.
:, semble. It is expected to hold the 4,717; DeBerry, 889; Sparkman, two sons here. Mr. Allan Cohoon
: .)-Mrs. Pennybacker, president the city sewer. Federal League
: art exhibitions there the coming win- I
; 8,322. and Mr. Robert Cohoon also by one
of the General Federation of Wo- "The brick contractors will be Buffalo 3 Chicago 4.
deal of ,
A work
ter. has been
great daughter, Mrs. Edward Turner, who
men's Clubs, is in a state of nervous ready for paving within three weeks ; Congressman, Second District- Pittsburg 5, Kansas City 4. I
done on the new golf course recently'iand also
i Denton Clark lives at Milford, Ohio. She is
i 1,677 9,215.
collapse at the home of a friend at I and it is desirable for sewer connections ; when the club building is complete I ; I Brooklyn 4-3, Indianapolis 54. survived by two sisters and two
Mishawka. Mrs. Pennybacker came to be made ahead of the bricking ; it will attractive "j; Congressman, Third District- Baltimore 1, St. Louis 3.
prove an playground brothers, who live in the state of
to South Bend to speak at a meetingof Do this now and it will help the ; Stokes, 2,814; Wilson, 10381. Southern I
folk
; for home and winter vis- League Ohio. Mrs. Turner will reach here
the Thirteenth District State Fed- city to get our paving done much itors alike. !I Congressman, Fourth District- Memphis 8, Nashville 5. Wednesday afternoon and the funeral

eration of Women's Clubs, which con- ; earlier and better. Other units of t Acosta, 2,513; L'Engle, 3,804; Malone New Orleans 1, Montgomery 0. I will be held Thursday morning at ten
venes at South Bend tomorrow. She the sewer line will be ready for 2,714 Sears, 5,476 Williamson
con- The voters of Apalachicola recentlydeclared : ; ; Birmingham 5, Mobile 3. o'clock from the residence on South
was to have delivered an address nection within the next ten Cooperate : (
days.
1,426.
themselves opposed to the Chattanooga 5, Atlanta 2. Lake street, Dr. J. W. Stagg officiat
opening the session. with us and r.ave your con- [ commission form of government by a I Commissioner of Agriculture-Ap- South Atlantic League ---- ing.

nection made now. L majority of 32 out of a total vote of pleyard, 16,133; McRae, 31,881. Columbia 11, Augusta 0. t
THE WEATHER I
"Very respectfully.
280. The"opponents of the new form Justice Supreme Court (two to be Macon 2, Columbus 0. Buy your hammocks, books and

Florida: Generally fair Tuesdayand "IL C. ROBERTSON, I of government claimed it would increase 'nominated i i' )-Avery, 21,048; Ellis,24- Savannah 4, Charleston 1. fans of Curtis & O'Neal and you'llbe
Wednesday. "Commissioner Sanitation. t
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) COST, $4,540,000' Golf Greens were attacked. Annoyance Mrs. Moore W. Dimick, mother of imillllllllllimimmtmMMtMMIt8MiMIIHHHtttl 'IMMMilMIIIIMt >.
of all sorts E. M. Dimick for 1111"'IIIII"IIII""I' III"llllll IIIIIIIJllllilllII.fl.II.U' .
were practiced.As Capt. ,
3 many years " " ; . . ... . ,
London, June 22.-"Let them die! the time went on the extent of state senator from Dade county, died .

4i Yes, but will they die unrevenged? the outrages increased. Larger and at her home in West Palm Beach at .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIG"IIIIIIII IOD elll11111118111111 ,.

Will the fatalities be all on one side? finer structures were put to the the ripe old age of 93 years. Mrs.

a These are the questions serious En- .torch. Mrs. Pankhurst was arrested Dimick was one of the early settlerson

glishmen are asking themselves today (about ten times in all) and at each Lake Worth, removing their from ?

and the answers are not com arrest, the vindicativeness of her followers Michigan in 1867, and was the oldest M GRAND THEATRE
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forting. Militant suffragettism is became deeper. I I I resident on Lake Worth. The re-

ti f undoubtedly verging rapidly to open They had their medals of honor. mains will be interred at the home of

bloodshed.Mrs. Hundreds who had ben arrested and her childhood, Florence, Michigan.Try U .'

Pankhurst once said that to subjected to torture, perhaps deserved -

make an Englishman pay attentionto ., in jail wore proudly the insignia i the Sentinel Job Department COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN i i !

anything you must hit him between of their suffering on their breasts. I II |I

: the eyes with a brick. It was on this I 1 Then came the first martyr, Emi- I 1"1"111'1111111'11" .

theory that she started a campaignof ly Davidson. She hurled herself DR. A. B. WHITMANDENTISTf

militantism, or as she put it, open among the galloping horses in the TODAY .

revolution against man-mode government ,Derby last year, caught the bridle of ,

and man-made institutions.As ,the King's horse, threw him, and was "

the desired results failed to be so badly trampled by the cruel hoofs East End Charleston Block, up-stairs "Pathe's Weekly, No. 28. Containing many | |

produced the suffragettes have in- that she died a few days later. i I I r : interesting subjects.
creased the dose. The first serious Some of the followers were alien
I
- outrages on property were in 1912. ated by the growing violence of the DR. F. C. BOARDMANDENTIST "
Prior to that there had been only iso- campaign methods. In October, 1912, I "Dan Cupid Assayer, an Essanay drama.

- lated cases, such as window breaking Mr. and Mrs. Pethick Lawrence, I I i

4 at the home of the Premier. Since whose wealth had been a great aid, j I II "Knave of Clubs." One Lubin comedy."In U ::2_

1912 the fury of the women has in- left Mrs. Pankhurst. They parted j I Boardman Building

creased in a geometrical progression friends and with perfect franknesson One Lubin
The
Soup. more comedy."Cupid's .
indicated by the following estimatesof both sides. At this time Mrs. Office Hours:
8.30 to 12:1)0) ISO to 4:00
property destroyed: Pankhurst said: "

'x 1912 __________________ $ 40,000 "We have been grossly betrayed by Telephone 540.Popular Caprice, a Selig drama

r 1913 ______-_____________ 500,000 the government and that warrants

1914 ___________________ 4,000,000 militancy. It is our only weapon I Another good bill.GOOD.
Alarmist rumors are afloat to the effect -
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Total _________________ $4,540,000 that we intend to make attacks PIr
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Militancy, few seem to remember, upon human life. To that we givean E (300

p has been the feature of but a small absolute and uncompromising de-I sg ARTICLES

percentage of the years of Mrs.Pankhurst's nial." ,
I CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
public career in the cause But six months later the pigheaded : 300
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of ballots for women; and it has been methods of British officialdomhad ILLUSTRATIONSV .

the plan of attack of a much smaller caused her view to change. Fol- \ WEDNESDAY..."Lord Algy."

percentage of the years through lowing her conviction in Old Bailey

which her family have struggled to and her sentence to three years' penal "
II THURSDAY-"A Shriners Fidelity. .
x put women on a political equality! servitude, Mrs. Pankhurst said (April Mechanics .

with men. 12, 1913)): "Human life is now in I Magazine"WRITTEN

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for many decades before the pres- to respect it, and trouble of all sorts II any time, and which you may will begin hold readingat your
interest forever. You are living in the best
leader old
ent celebrated enoughto be faced.
was
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forgotten days also spurred Mrs. jury, she had furnished the motto nnfl FOR ONE YEAR'S
_ Pankhurst to her life work. She mar- for her suffragettes: "I deliberately I $1, SUBSCRIPTIONto
' ried London barrister who broke the law this magazinein order to keep informed of
a was not hysterically, not our progress m Engineering and Mechanics.
I throughout his career devoted to the emotionally, but for a set and serious Are you reading it? Two millions of your C
neighbors are.and it is the favorite maga.
women's cause. Only many years purpose, because I believe it is the zine in thousands of the best American Condensed of the .
homes. It appeals to all classes-old and report
"} after his death did Mrs. Pankhurstand only way." young-men and women.

her three daughters startle the Is the only way, now that the destruction The "Shop Note: to."do Department (20 pages)
gives easy ways things-how to make
world with their appeal to force.It of $4,540,000 worth of prop- useful articles for home and shop,repairs,eta ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.at
Amateur Mechanic!"(10 pages)tells how to .
was endless delays with which erty has been without effect, actual make Mission furniture,wireless outfits,boats
engines,magic and all the things a boy loves)
the English government met them, rebellion with firearms?
$1 JO PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS
the wiles of constitutional subleties Ask your N.w.de Jer to thaw row on*or
If the Ulsterites have their
way WRIT 'R FREE SAMPLE COPT TODAY close of business June 8th 1914 in compliancewith
,
the trickery, the broken promises, the with the English government, by [ POP .uAR MECHANICS CO.

Belief that they might lose even with means of volunteers, drilling and : 318 W.Washington CHICAGO Chapter 6427, Laws of Florida.
- a clear majority for them in the gun-running, the women militants

r Houses of Parliament, which finally may follow the same course. They z

caused Mrs. Pankhurst to cry aloud. quote freely Sir Edward Carson's

.1 That is literally' the first form militancy bold admittance that his cours of action I I

took. Mrs. Pankhurst and a is illegal. The Orangemen, they I
few chosen followers started inter- say, have substituted for the brick RESOURCES LIABILITIESLoans
Are You Woman ? jTafs
rupting meetings with questions. between the eye of the transport a j jI

L While heckling the speakers at sucha worker and the militant, the steel- Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 $100,000.00

meeting in 1905 Christabel Pank- jacketed bullet which cuts short I
I Overdrafts 617.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 31,121.37
.# hurst and Annie Kenney, the lattera argument. Mrs. Pankhurst said recently -

factory girl of a_remarkable char- : Stocks and Bonds 26018.33 Deposits 585,497.65Real

acter, were arrested. "The women of England are in full
,it In these days of wholesale arrests, revolt. We are in active rebellion. {! Gar ui Estate, For. and Fixtures 26187.37 I Due to Banks and Bankers 8,378.97

forcible feedings, ambulances, hatch- ''We are in a state of revolution and '. Cash on Hand and Due from

ets and firebrands, this statement war is never agreeable. I expect to I
K does not sound starling. But it die for the cause." Banks 301,976.31

shocked England at the time. Intel Ito Woman's>l Tonic j --

ligent Englishmen knew the Pank- Rubber made order
Stamps to at
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Tolal. $727,997.99 1 !
hurst family, their intelligence, refinement Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. II II Total $727,997.99

and ability. The brick seem-

ed to take effect. CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnations FOB SALE AT AIL DRUGGISTS : ,
and roses. J. M. Caruthers. GEO. E. NOLAN
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y. Mrs. Pankhurst then conceived her 6S3t"STARVING F4 I. t ,
militant plan. She resolved to press I
her advantage. She said once that
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she was helped to her decision by

i9_ the advice of Sir Henry Campbell- TO DEATH"Was

{ Bannerman, Premier before Asquith:

"You will never win by quiet means; I

you must pester and irritate." :
Mrs. Bell of Florida When 111 MM n M tiff Mf iMHitiiiiMimniMMiiHiiiqiiMtimi
To perfect the organization of her ttl"tl"til11'II'ttttt111" ;; '
militant force Mr. Pankhurst .
sought -
She Began Taking Peruna."Yes
and obtained an intervkw with Gen- .
MM+*'"
'eral Bramwell Booth, commander of I was starving to death we heard from her, December 1912, mint*]
the Salvation' Army, and invited his said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
Y advice on the ordering of the great Florida Box 204 "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrh For Sale
take Peruna. I could not eat anything of the stomach, see Ills of Life" sent
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undertaking.The If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, i
General counselled Mrs. Pank- soured on my stomach. My stomach Ohio I --- '
1 hurst to adopt a plan of military or- was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined 4 .
( ganization on the lines largely similarto acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8-room : ;
was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the sameas
that of the army. At her requesthe doctors had been employed, but gave the nose and throat Catarrh of House 2 doors : I
wrote out such explanation of the me'no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels Will derangethe :
system as seemed adapted to her growing worse.I functions of these organs. The : I
of Wyoming -
' stomach can no longer digest food. : west load
needs and advised her that Was In Despair."In Just arrived car
as commanding
The food lying in the stomach, even
officer she must insist that my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion Hotel Bar- :; immediate -
straw. Picking I FORDS for
up a newspaper saw
her general orders should be implic- immediately sours. The souring pro
some account of Peruna. There wasa
itly obeyed. Those who failed to do testimonial from a woman who had duces gas and irritation. I gain. : delivery.Get
Food Sours In the StomachA .
so must leave. been troubled much like myself. I I
With this idea in mind Mrs. Pank- concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is 'I t
I Wrote to Dr. Hartman. absorbed into the system by the blood
hurst sent out circular i yours.now
a announcingthat vessels of the stomach. This poisons : A. L. Bentley,
"At the same time I wrote to Dr.
the union would be formed on the whole system, producing a coadi-
military lines, that the officers must Hartman.catarrh of He the stomach pronounced and my bowels.I case. tion now known as autointoxication;' :: 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE 14HIIIIIIIIHIII : F. G. RUSH,
self poisoning. The Irritating
fermenting
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3 be obeyed and the commanding of- soon began taking Peruna. At .
mass, as it passes down into "*. Phone 226
ficer supreme. Any who objected to once I began to improve. After tak- the bowels Irritates the bowels, pro- f
such form ing half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes chronic _
a of government were ask- a diarrhea
Improved that I could eat some.
ed to withdraw. A number did with- sometimes producing the very oppo- !.HilllllMIHIMM"!
I Began to Recover. site, constipation. "'
draw, among them Mrs. Despard and The average dyspepsia medicine : !
Then this good housewife goes on SUMMER TIME IS
Lady Cook (Tennessee Chaflin.) The to narrate in detail her rapid Im- helps to artificially digest the food. .
.
Women's Social and Political Union provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does its '
c attempted nothing soldierly in Bald "After taking two bottles of Pe- work it is only temporary. :A perma- : ; FLY TIME
cos- runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when 1
1 costume, though the colors, white, to wash the dishes." When she began the catarrh is overcome. 4 Are those windows screen-
violet and green-are displayed in taking Peruna she weighed 10: Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. ed yet? Patented detach-

such a way on the dress of every pounds. After she had taken five The symptoms of catarrh of the ; able hangers used on all :
member hat they have almost attained bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First, heartburn. Sec 1 screens. No ladder need- :
the dignity of a uniform. that pounds.she is She wellIt concludes by saying ond food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on
Third, sour stomach. Fourth, heavy windows.
For almost eight years now the Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth, stomach ; when washing

' Women's Social and Political Union The letter from which the above bloated, belching of gas. Sixth, palpitation R.JWALDRON :
s of heart. Seventh, poor digestion ;
has fought. It was sometime before Quotations were made was received
January 29, 1901. In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth, Contractor and Builder
the women could bring themselves to written September 11, 190, she says. tongue coated light brown. Ninth, > I WOOD, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto .
do any great damage. Letter boxes "I sing the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 West Street I. Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's potato slips at $L75
were destroyed by the of near. It is used a great deal in our Tenth, cannot bear tight clothes 566. 9-Sl-tf Quick delivery. Cash. Al
process
vicinity. This seems to be a bad around waist )III a II1I J.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIsRead Coal Yard, phone Co., Apopka, Fla.
vitriol
into
pouring them
or dropping
place for catarrh." We have received People who object to liquid medicines
lighted matches through the openings. letters from her since. The last time can now obtain Peruna TablfU the advertisements daily. I Job printing at the Sentinel Subscribe 'for the SentiUUTAXTIS11 .



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POSTOFFICE ROBBED; ARRESTS AT TANGERINE MADE I STAn NWS[

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Yesterday afternoon Deputy Sheriff -

G. Harod was called by phone to (From the Gainesville Sun)

4ECOnornYO go to Tangerine to investigate the The Elks of Sanford observed, with For Any Kind of Letter File
a
robbery of the postoffice that occurred F 11 Ojt appropriate exercises, last Sunday as ,

O there during the noon hour. flag day.A .
Come to store. invested
our
Twenty-five cents -
He proceeded to the scene and after

A penny saved is making a thorough investigation of flying machine will be one of the in a file may save you several dol-

-, a penny earned the premises and made some inqui- b> attractions at Bartow's fourth of July

11 Benjamin Franklin. ries he caused warrants to be issued r celebration. lars in money by keeping your receipts in

for the following negroes: Arthur BiscuitA easy reference or may save more than that
Jackson, Tim Jackson, Sid Adams, The Boy Scouts of Clearwater left

How to Take Refreshing Baths Elijah Jackson, Ed. Thomas and Flan- crisp, clean, nutritious for a week's outing on Lake Butler in valuable time not to mention the annoy-

will enjoy a wonderful skin gell Ferrell, charging them with the food. For Wednesday. ance of being unable to find the paper you
crime. All these negroes were placed
YOU If you bathe the under arrest and executed bond for everybodyevery. Progressive citizens of Gulfport wish just at the time you need it.
neck and arms every where. Fresh in the
their appearance before Justice With- have 'organized a board of trade to
night with hot milk and water moisture-proof packages *
which is a wonderful skin restora- erby this morning at 10 o'clock.It cents. 1 further advance their town. W. S. BRANCH,

tive, dry gently with a very soft and seems from the ,evidence that

fine face towel and then apply a very Mrs. Layton, who is the postmasterat Joe Plaskett, of St. Augustine, hada

little good face cream with circular Tangerine, keeps the office in her very narrow escape, from death The Arcade Book and Music Store

and upward massage movements of husband's store and that*she keeps Tuesday when he was knocked from

the finger tips. the postoffice money in a small satchel. his bicycle by an automobile.C. .

In the morning again bathe the face She went upstairs to prepare din- _. '' .:

with hot milk and water; then rinse ner and left the satchel in the post- H. Sieg, of Palatka, was indicted '

with cold distilled water to which- office and Mr. Layton was in the 9'lr by the federal grand jury on three

few added.drops of toilet vinegar have been store. When dinner was called and counts, charging conspiracy and using Hammond &Gore

Mr. Layton went upstairs these boys the mails to defraud. He was ar-
Dry thoroughly, always using up-
ward movements; apply a little toilet were on the porch and while he was ZuZuThe rested but released on $5,000 bond.

cream wiping off any superfluity witha eating dinner some one entered the FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

soft handkerchief;dust on some good store through a window and took funny little name Capt. Samuel E. Smith died at his

powder and smooth with a tine wash about $63.30 of the postoffice money of the famous little home in Pierson on the 16th, after an REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

leather. and $35 or $40 or the store money. ginger snap that puts illness of nearly two years. He was ,
treatment has really astonishingly -
This simple
born in Limerick Ireland
beneficial effects: in a very No one except these boys was seen fresh "snap" and September COMPARE

few days if persevered with. Ailing about the place during the time Mr. "ginger" into jaded 4, 1814, locating in Maryland in 1844.

ones must of course, be very carefulto Layton was out and there was strong appetites. 5 cents. Capt. Smith was a veteran of the OUR FURNITURE

build up the general health not by circumstantial evidence to show that Union army.

"cosseting," but by common sense precautions
some one or more of these boys were
A nourishing but digestiblediet The Pensacola correspondent of We provide the quality furniture that has long
the but there
guilty ones, as was no
Including plenty of milk eggs the Jacksonville Times-Union says been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
positive evidence of the guilt being
fish poultry and beef once a day; as the Deepwater City on Wednesday standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
much fresh air and sunshine as possible fixed the court dismissed the case.
of the most severe It wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make
experienced one
judicious but not strenuous exercise This is the second time within the this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
of and
and plenty of rest in between electrical storms many years
pro- past six months that this office has this business, and that means much to any buyer.
vide an excellent restorative regime to for more than an hour lightning
been robbed and it is sincerely hoped
those below par. flashes were brilliant and frequent,
A course of electric baths is a most that the guilty parties may yet be while the peals of thunder were deaf-
McNBLL & .DAVIS BLOCK
apprehended and brought to justice.
admirable tonic to the whole system ening. During the worst of the storm, ,
but where this is impossible on the The defense was represented by I
Fred Sergeant, 17 years of age, residing Cor. Orange Avc. St!., Orlando, Fla.
score of expense have a warm bath Attorney Carl Robinson of Orlando.-
every night A little liquid ammonia Apopka News. on East Jackson street, was = ::: Jl

may be added to it; a brisk batb-for a GRAHAM CRACKERSThe instantly killed. The handsome First f

long soak in hot water does far more Methodist church was struck and

harm than irood-followed by a spongeoff COWS ATE P.lXTXD ENTIRE natural sweet- some of the stone ornamental pieceson

with equal quantities of toilet vine HERD* DEAD ness and nutrimentof the east side knocked off. Cars + e le"eI5"II'
or eau de cologne and water and a
gar
the wheat
are retained commission
were put out of lights
brisk toweling till the whole body is Miami, Fla., June 20.-A can of giving thema went and elevators stopped. The
aglow. Then get into bed at once. In out f
the morning have a loofah massage white lead, left on the ground by a delightful flavor. Sergeant boy was standing beneathan We Will Put the Reins '

rubbing the whole body well with a painter proved fatal to nine milch 10 cents. incandescent light at his home

dry loofah till you tingle from head to cows at the Wainwright dairy, at I with a cup in his hand when the bolt of Success in Your

foot followed by several minutes' deep Cutler, and the loss is estimated to Buy biscuit baked by of lightning entered presumably on

breathing and simple Swedish exer be more than $1,000, according to reports the wire and struck him on the head, '

cises. brought to Miami today. It NATIONAL producing instant death. HandyHow

appears that the painters had been L
BISCUIT
How to Protect the Party Gown.

Nearly every girl realizes that the using the white lead in mixing the COMPANY I ORANGE GROVE FOR SALETwomiles ? By furnishing with : ;
average party gown gets more hard white paint which is making the placea from Orlando. Part of the you

_usage when banging in the crowded spotless appearing one, and that Always look for that name old Holden grove. Write, Mrs Mark a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; :
wardrobe than while it is being actually the can was left lying on the ground. White, Ocoee, Fla. 6-6d&wlmo.

) worn. As most girls have far less The cows found it, and with feminine canformula 11 on you. He will give you a : : t
wardrobe space than they need the For the news, read The Sentinel.
curiosity licked the nice white stuff
best means of protecting the party that will make and mature : :
off. In a short time they became
seriously --- -
frock from contact with the workaday THE SOUTH'S GROCERS ELECT

garments is to make a special cover for ill and despite the efforts of I McLAURIN: PRESIDENT Takes Off Freckles fruit
it of lawn dimity, muslin or a similar their owner and the veterinarians,the your

dainty and sheer material poison took fatal effect.
Removes Tan.
Charleston, S. C., June 20.-Having
Having measured the length of the I
One of these cows, it is reported,
elected officers and directors
gown from shoulders to skirt hem. had I passed Beautify your complexion. Get
take two full widths of the chosen covering given as high as thirty quarts I resolutions and made amendments to rid of those freckles. You can

material and shape an end oft of milk a day, and the others were ,the constitution, the Southern Whole invest SOc in a jar of WILSON'S r 11
T
each one of them into shoulders and all thoroughbreds, imported from I sale Grocers' association, in conven- FRECKLE CREAM mlt fll mil r I
Boston the and they'll disappear. Severe ,
the half of a neck. during winter by Mr. tion at the Isle of Palms since cases laY require two jars- :

I'' These shoulders and the long straight Wainwright Wednesday, adjourned yesterday afternoon no more. We positively guar
I
sides of the cover are then seamed Mr. Wainwright purchased the and today many of the mem- antee this, and if your com- : ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA ; ; .

together, the bottom is hemmed, the tract at Cutler known as the old pletion isn't fully restored to
neck is neatly bound with ribbon bowed Fuzzard bers are enjoying a deep sea fishing its natural beauty:, we agree to'refund your IllllllllllllltIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOISIIIIIIIOI..t.
marked its
place 1 by avenueof off Charleston. J. H. McLaurin without And in
in front at the top of two short trip money argument. addition.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fra'grant
stately royal palms. He is spend-
silken cords from which depend two of Jacksonville, was re-elected presi toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow ,
ing large sums of money in improv- and does positively remove TAN and
small square or oval sachets. When dent. Vice-presidents are: L M. FRECKLES. A
Try it at onr risk. Price SOc-
the gown is adjusted to its individual ing the place, has installed a modern ; Hooper, of Selma, Ala., and J. C. sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
banger :and the muslin drawn dairy with apparatus for the WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. Wilson '
covers milking Brewer, of Douglass, Ga. Directors Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C., makers.
smoothly over its folds and draperies it cows by machinery, is building a from thirteen Southern States were For sale by COW PEAS

is in a condition to be as nicely kept ass home and otherwise developing the named. j. N. :MCELROY
it is possible to keep any unboxed place. Reciprocal demurrage, one-
garment cent postage, alertness against cer-

tain legislative tendencies, the .'falsestatement" RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS

How to Utilize Space.A GREATER SHIP THAN IMPERATOR act passed in some states, SHOULD USE

remarkable idea has just been LAUNCHED reform of bankruptcy law, better
pa-
patented: It Is a very simple one but per containers, opposition to bonusesto 5 DROPSTito We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB

one about which every one is asking. Hamburg, Germany June 20.-Em-
salesmen and to free goods, and Best HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
"Why did we not think of it before William Remedy
conferred
peror today the
We all know that in very tiny houses opposition to printing alcohol con- FOP all forms of
name of Bismarck, chosen by him- ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
L there is a lack of cupboard accommodation tents on labels of extracts were some
self, on the third vessel of the Imperator RheumatismLUMBAGO.
for the of of the endorsed. uniform
keeping clothes. The measures We carry constantly a full line of crate material of
class
cupboards seem to have been altogether which was launched today pure food law is desired. The next

forgotten by the architects of for the service of the Hamburg- place of meeting is left to the boardof all kinds.
these modern residences.An American line.
directors. Memphis is most prominently -
ingenious Frenchman has found a The new steamer is almost an exact mentioned. Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-

way of petting over this difficulty.He reproduction of the Vaterland but
has had the staircase built In his SCIATICA GOUT/NEUBALGIA. riers, etc. Phones 181.191.F. .
she is six feet longer and has two AND KIDNEY TROUBLES.DROPS.
house in such a manner that each stair WHAT IS WINE QUESTION DECIDED
more boilers. Her plans call for
a
can be used as a drawer. The drawersare BY SEC.HOUSTON

not wide enough to keep dresses speed of twenty-two and one-half F. Dutton

and skirts In. but blouses gloves knots.
Washington, June 20.-Secretary
brushes combs and all sorts of odds The Bismarck is to be ready for
Houston today decided the question STOP THE PAINOM.ellbidtRener SANFORD FLORIDA
and ends which take up a lot of room commission in about fifteen months. ,
4 can be easily stored away in the stair- "what is wine!" and made a pure 5-15-tf.
case. food ruling of far reaching importance I*) t n.tt
MEDIATORS
APPOINTED TO SET-
The handles are the tiniest quaintest to I all domestic wine makers.It 1 I
TLE WESTINGHOUSE STRIKE >4HIBHmtttMHHHltliMtmillllMHtlllll
little things imaginable It seems funny prohibits the'use of the name

to see handles on the stairs but still "wine" on products made by the ad- MVU v-Dftorr ran on RRJDOT
one gets used to that in time. Washington, June 20.-C. W. Mills Swanson Rheumatic Cure Coy
dition of water to the
After all comfort is the chief thingat and Patrick Gilday of Clearfield, Pa., juice, pomaceor 1N-1N w,tare St,aacAOo
pulp of and defines wine
least so the Frenchman who invented will go to Pittsburg at the directionof grapes
be "the of the normal alcoholic -
this norM contrivance to product 4:30 P. M.
seemsto Secretary Wilson at the request of Saturday
fermentation of the ol
think. juice
I
the Pennsylvania state labor commis- MAKE YOUR OWN
the fresh sound ripe grapes with the I
sioner to act as conciliators' in the **
How to Store Your Furs. usual cellar treatment. t PAINT. One Embroidered Dress Pattern to be

The Russians have a special way of Westinghouse strike. They will leave This action has been taken, in the I given to first customer making -
.cleaning their furs which should be for Pittsburg tomorrow. Both men YOU uill SAVE: away purchase

effective as It Is in general use in that served as conciliators in the success- language of the decision, "becausethe I CO els. PER GAL to the amount of
of has
cod! country They heat some ful department agriculture I
rye settlement of the Kanawha coal THIS IS HOW_
flour in a saucepan getting it as hot strike troubles.A. concluded that gross deceptions have 1 =--s

as the hand can stand It. Then they been practiced under food inspection i J Buy 4 gals.L.&M.Semi $15.00HAIILTOI
"L. Faulkner an attache of the /
Mixed Real Paint $140
spread this hot flour over the fur and decision 120"The
rub It In well. The flour is then department of labor, has been or- And 3 gals.Linseed

brushed ontImitation dere |to Gassaway, W. Va., to invesa to ni;with it 2.10
closing exercises of St. John'sAcademy :MISSES & DUNN
white furs may be washedin a threatened strike of shop Makcslgals.PaiatforlO.Silre
in St.
Augustine we !
warm soap and water. If the lining t s in the coke plants there. It's only $1.50 per gal.
held Wednesday. The term has beena 11k
be of colored material should be removed -I
The I. & !\f. SEStr.atIXED
Bit it might run and spoil the E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- most successful one. REAL PAINT !. PURE WHITE LEAD. : Agents for Barclay Corsets
far. ZLNC sod LINSEED! OIL-the best known
Manti Tonic. Office room 22, paint materials lor 100 years. 4
When the fur is thoroughly washedit | building. 5-27-lm Work of paving the highways as Use a caL out of any you buy and if cot the McCalTs Patterns
should be put out to dry, shaking it I provided by the recent-bond issue will]I best paint made.thcn return the paint and itt .
all your money ba. k.
frequently to the hairs from
prevent
what you want in Sentinel I begin in St. Johns county during the .

\7\ matting. I next few days. HELM'S -HARDWARE CO. .IIIIIIOIIII IIIIIII'lllllllllllltO'I'I".ttt"I' :'; 1
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i THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy I PROMINENT HOBO MAKES ORLANDO I ,-
MAITlAND CITIZENS[ TO BEAUTIFY

South Florida Sentinel) ( W. S. Branch) HE( [LILLY -VISIT j I I r I

MORNING AND WEEKLY Nebraska has a new law which will
Editor and Owner. I A young man giving his name as
JOSiAH FERRIS. allow voters to cast their ballots by
Eduardo de Bacquer who claims to
,
i. mail. Montgomery, Ward & Co. and I Over One Thousand Dollars Has
be walking from Key West to San .
Entered at the poetoffic at Orlando Flora -
the International
: a* Second claw Mail Matter. CorrespondenceSchool Been Raised by Public > Francisco in Orlando
II was early yesterday -
ought to immediately get busyin I This WeekTHE
'' SUBSCRIPTION' RATES Mr. Bryan's state. Spirited Citizens I i I morning. He looked like a

a Daily 1 Year ..........................$SOO sea : hobo and will have to walk like one
Dafly. 6 Months ....................... 2.50 1
t Daily. 3 Months ...................... i-25 If Mr. Sparkman has paid his political That public spirited citizens of if he wins the bet he claims to have
Daily, 1 Month ..............:........ 50 made that he can make the trip in
debts by recommending Mr. Maitland have contributed about one
ninety days. LAST WEEK OF THE WHITE
Weekly 1 Year ....................... LOO McKay for postmaster at Tampa, I thousand dollars to be used in beautifying -
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... 71 the of real I '. The young man was muchly pla-
perhaps name a sure pretty Lake Lilly in that SALE WE ARE GOING TO TALK
carded with his intentions, but thereis
TO ADVERTISERS: enough progressive citizen of progressive town, was the news brought in by
for doubt his
room as to sincerity
Tampa may now receive Mr. S. J. B. Erwin yesterday. Lake ,
for if he is from West
e C py far display tad all .her handset consideration. There are a great Lilly is a small but beautiful bodyof I I walking Key BIG !
adTtrtbinf matt be handed in at the .lIl nell to San Francisco what was he doingin
.flee .f the SeBtuct nt later than 2 p. m. many holes in a political skimmer. water almost right in the heartof
tbs day before p litatio.. This nd applies aCorn I Orlando, it being very decidedlyoff
Maitland, and the road
U chance for contract advertioac: it U county his route. .
invariable and wifl be strictly adhered to. thirteen feet high, growing in passes around the west side, and is AND BIG ON
Eduardo wanted to
the vicinity of Lakeland, shows the soon to be paved with brick. some papers
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel d peon- ': sell and got them because he really
tinued sboaM notify the office in writing on fertility of this Polk county soil.- Not to be outdone by the county
did have letter from the
tile date of aspiration, otherwise it will be a Cuban
Lakeland Telegram.To .
Maitland will around the east
pave
continued at the regular subscription rates president and other prominent Cuban IMPORTEDSCOTCH
Bntri notice to atop u received. a man who has lived a large side, making a brick road drivewayall
officials, he claiming to be Cuban
a
part of his life in a section of the around the lake. The services of
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914. and the champion walker of the
country where they raise sure enoughcorn Mr. J. Hirsch, who at one time had
Queen of the Antilles.
it appears as though corn 8 charge of Lincoln park, one of the

Even the press dispatches from feet high and with 13 good big ears most beautiful parks in Chicago, have
CITY BOARD OF HEALTH MAYBE
Mexico and Niagara Falls disagree.The to the hill would be more profitable. been engaged and a driveway will ORGANDIE
CREATED
o ass not be the only improvement to Lake t,I

Tarpon Springs Leader is the Mrs. Ella Flagg Young is not a Lilly, it being the plan to take all}i:

dictionary from which we glean the very efficient public official if she roots, lilies and hyacinths out and When the city council meets this MUSLINSTo

information that Huerta is Spanish yields to what she considers public beautify the shores. Mr. Irwin did afternoon sanitary matters will be

sentiment instead of doing her dutyas hesitate brought to the attention of the board,
Y for orchard. The indications are that not to predict that when
and it is probable that action be
Villa will soon plant an orchard. she sees Times-Union. these improvements were complete may those who follow Fashion's Caprices
Most anybody, unless they had a Lake Lucerne would have a worthy : taken tending to the esablishment of

4 o dispostiion like a mule, ought to be rival for beauty. I j|I a city board of health. While at pres- very closely you will Know by taking up

"Has the automobile displaced the able to change their ideas of duty, Incidentally Mr. Irwin remarkedthat ent the city has a physician he has any fashion paper that the character of

dog as well as the horse" inquiresthe provided the proper amount of the it certainly to advertise : no authority and can only make rec- .
pays in.
.,
St. material that will be right to the fore for
Petersburg Independent. Cer- ommendations to the commissioners.
kind of sentiment is
right public the Sentinel. One day last week he
tainly not in the same way. The au- against them. advertised a cow for sale and she was I I I In a city the size of Orlando it is the coming season-in fact will be THE

tomobile has simply crushed the dog !the opinion of many that there ought
sold before ten o'clock the morningthe
LEADING FABRIC-none is frequently
x into mince meat. i to be some health officer or body with more -
Uncle Joe, of Danville, Ill., has advertisement appeared. I I
o shot his Cannon into the political ring !! power to act, and a board of health mentioned than

The Florida it out cold that he would consisting of three members has been
Times-Union heartily and gives LITTLE CHANCE OF FINDING II

i' endorses the Bryan primary law, but like to go back to Washington as a BODIES suggested.

if the next legislature has the same member of congress. Sorry for you, ORGANDIEMUSLINS
I NOTICEOf
Uncle, but the days of the czar are
expressed Hill Crest, Alberta, June 22.-Gov- :I T"ifd)
passing away even in Russia, and Application for Under Section 8
continued sf Chapter 4888 Lan Gf Florida
#4 its endorsement won't count for seem to be entirely eliminated in this ernment mine experts who 'i
much. land of the free and home of the today the search for the dead in Mine I Notice is hereby given that W. P. Miller

Lcr 0-- brave. You had better remain in Illi- No. 20, Hill Crest collieries, which ,!i|I'of Orlando.No. 1662.Florida dated purchaser the 4th day of of tax June certificate
I A. has filed said certificate in t.
was wrecked by an explosion entomb- D. 1894 my
r Mr. J. H. Reese made his bow as nois and comfort Lorimer. I office and has made application for tax deed
ing 195 miners last Friday, said it to issue in accordance with law. Said certificate -
editor of the Reporter-Star yesterdayand I
embraces the following described
.
a' noticeable improvement was If there is a more truthful man was probable that 104 victims still in property situated in Orange county Florida
the mine were buried beneath .tons to-wit: West half of northwest quarter
in the than C. Allen
1 shown in the appearance of the pa- city Hugh we section 28. township 22 south range 29 east
have never made his acquaintance.Mr. of rock more than 1,000 feet from The said land being assessed at the date of
I: per. Mr. Reese has been a residentof
the issuance of such certificate in the name
the mouth of the and that of
pit some
Allen vouches for the
Orlando for the past year and as following: of Unknown.
the bodies never would be recovered.The Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
r editor of the Sentinel made Dr. Weininga has a fine race horse
deed will thereonon
many according to law. tax issue A
TIMELY
PURCHASE
friends who join with this in that he keeps at the fair grounds.He majority of the ninety-one thus the 24th day of July A. D. 1914.
paper
Witness official signature and seal this
' far recovered were burned beyond my
wishing him well as editor and part has a habit of whistling for the the 22nd day of Jnue A. D. 1914.
'1 owner of our afternoon horse and the animal runs to the gate recognition and but little effort was (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON
contemporary.
Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County. Fla.
; where he receives a small feed of oats made to identify them. As quicklyas By M. A. HOWARD. D. C. cash
By a very timely purchase-through
coffins were available the victims .
f o from his master's hand. The other .

4 The plutocratic press of Florida is evening a bird lighted on the fence were buried. IMMIIMMMMIMillMMT. our European Agents we are in the

satisfied with the Bryan primary law, and made a peculiar whistling sound unique position of being able to get aheadof
_ much like the Doctor's call The Send; similar packages, and fifty oth- F. HOURfflAN
,{ and fails to find any defects therein.
That candidates can be nominated horse heard it and ran clear across ers all wishing to get into those new Licensed Plumber and the coming fashion through the purchase
a the lot expecting to find his usual lock boxes, then add to this crowd a..
with twenty per cent. or less, of the Sanitary Engineer direct from the Manufacturers ofseveral
lunch but dropped his head in disappointment constant throng attempting to get.. ,
:t vote, does not appear to be at all ob-
when his master failedto their letters into the mail drop, and Estimates Furnished. Jobbing thousands yards of Exclusive designs
-
jectionable to them. If government Promptly Attended to.
' then the usual crowd on the south
the appear.
by minority is to take the placeof
aaa side of the office waiting for their PHONE 629 in
rule by the majority, it can and is !
secured by the Bryan act.-Panama It is pleasant to contemplate the turn at the window, and the regular I Io6 Court Street
conditions around the postoffice next procession of lock box renters wanting
:
City Pilot. f I
f o winter with fifteen or twenty poeple to get into their boxes. All of I ORLANDO, FLORIDA SCOTCH SWISSORGANDIES

wanting to get parcel post packages, the above in a space about five by I *-2l-1m
The Fort Lauderdale Herald claims
fifteen or twenty others wanting to twenty feet. I MMMHimiMMIIMMMitllMIIIIMHMIMHItMMHMMMm

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ago. Too bad the Herald has

been enjoying our summer breezes BATHING CAPS JUST RECEIVEDFrom These people were very anxious to do

only during the past three years. I i
business with us and made the price so
Florida people have bene talking
Rubber manufacturers. Prices 50c 75c and $1.00. All colors.
t about our cool summers, compared tempting could not refuse such a splen-

' with the North, for twenty to '
years

: our personal the impression knowledge.that We Ponce are under de- MCELROY'S PHARMACY ::: DRUGS PHONE[ 20 did offer.

: These goods are worth and sold at from75c.to$1.25)d.
Leon made the original discovery

when he visited this state several flllimiMMMMMMHMttllllHIMtlMIHHWMtlMHIIIMMMMillMMtMMHHIHIMMm ', .

hundred years ago.

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The "sweet simpliciity of youth," I They go on sale today, for
in which M. II
F. Hetherington takes so .

much pride, will yet deprive the Lake- : I per yard

land Evening Telegram of an able ,

editor. It impels him to boast that II
4 I
if he couldn't see the real charms of ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : 29c.

womanhood as far as the editor of .
.
the Sentinel he would drown himself Commencement Day-an important event in the --. :

in water. Doubtless the word wateris lives of young people should receive some fitting markof (None sold before at this Price)

a typographical error which he appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

will blame on the linotype, but if he occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

will come to Orlando we will show Jewelry? I

him some of the prettiest women he .

ever saw, and if he is bent on carry- lit DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe :

ing out the threat of self destruction I' I

there are any number of beautiful ; I direct: the attention of relatives and friends to : OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs

lakes here well filled with pure water the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this : a great help to our out-of-town customers -

suitable for drowning purposes. A store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- : ; make use of it whenever you can. Samples

' nice obituary will be given gratis. est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- I or information! cheerfully given. We prepay 1

o mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values : all charges.

The new Democratic executive and assortment. :
Write for one of our illustrated mail order
Y committee of Escambia county began A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves : catalogs. We invite comparison of values.DIOKSONIYES .

business by recommending that the no obligation to buy. .

name of A. M. McMillan, who was .
.
nominated in the primary, for clerk : .

of the court of record, but failed to ..

file his expense account within teen ..

days after the primary, be placed on
I'
the ballot at the November election. III.

V Its not much of a compliment to the I.I.I.I. .


Bryan representatives law when of the the authoritative Democratic I. I K O [ CO.te O.

party feel compelled to recommend

b its violation. The penalty for failure T.I1.vanstheJeweIerC :

; to file the expense account is entirelytoo

severe anyway. No successful

k candidate would wilfully make such II DfPARl TAl STORE[

5 a mistake and a provision depriving OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE :

a man of the office, after the voters

s have declared their 'preference for } : Off ant ite Shopping placeY7

him, is unnecessary and uncalled for. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING : mAire

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a WITH REGULARS[
THE TUNER a // i
ORLANDO, FLA. S. Eli i j-. It t Allen's"H

; i Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. v!? Annual Encampment and Maneuvers uul nl

Admission 5 cents Ie
5 Near Jacksonvillein

Mr. H. H. Witherington, of Apopka IDGllDODGllDGDGIID4DGllDGDGllDGo July l II 4 .....

was in town yesterday.Mr. PROGRAM
I BUYS AND SELLS
B. H. Ballard left yesterdayfor Victor feature in two parts. J. General orders have been issued

points in Washington state. Warren Kerrigan in "The Man Be- for the annual encampment of the H
REAL ESTATE
tween." National Guard of Florida and for Every
Mr. H. T. Lattner, of Ocala, is Imp. comed:. "Testing Bill's Cour- the try-out of the militiamen,for the
spending a few days" in,our city. age." The hero gets cold feet.
national divisional rifle matches, the II

Mr. C. B. Robinson spent yesterday 600 acres south of Winter orders having reached Captain E. C. Hamilton
fn Jacksonville on legal business. LORENZO HARLAN POMEROYA Moore, commanding Company C. of
Garden and of
Miss Olga Powell left yesterday for west I Orlando. The camp will be a joint

Collins and other points in Georgia.Mr. Gotha, including 10 acre ; long and useful life came to an national and state contest. It will beheld iatch
end when Lorenzo H. Pomeroy diedat from July 10 to 19 inclusive and ii
W. S. Branch and daughter, orange grove. The en- ,
his residence on East Jackson the try-out for the Florida teams will
Miss Berta, spent yesterday in San-
tire tract covered with ; street Sunday night. take place on July 20 and 21. All

ford.Mr.. Bruce Perry left yesterday for yellow pine timber. Two Mr. Pomeroy was born January 14, of these tours of duty will take placeat iU is guaranteed in
'1821, in Hadley, Mass. In 1847 he the state rifle range and camp
his old home at Louisville, Ky., to miles of lake shore.
married Miss Susan Dickinson in Am- ground at Black Point. every part and

spend a while. 4-23-im herest, Mass., who still survives him. The camp will be commanded by D D

Stuart M. Gould has accepted a position 'Soon after his marriage he settled in Colonel John S. Mallory, of the 29thU. particular.

as soda dispenser at the Mc- +HIIMMMMilllliliMMBARNARDAMICE Hartford, Conn., where he engagedin S. infantry. The camp quartermaster -

Elroy Pharmacy. contracting and building. He be will be Second Liteutenant
Every one a
Mr. C. W. Fraser left yesterday for came prominent in the then new industry Frederick A. Holmer, of the coast

Owosso, Mich., to spend the remain- of building railroad cars and artillery corps, U. S. S., company H, masterpiece.Al1.thatweU .

der of the summer. Mr. Roy Barnard was married to built the first cars imported from the of the 29th infantry, U. S. A., will

Mr. E. B. Bradley left yesterdayfor Miss Blanche Amick on Sunday morn- United States and used on the Pan- take part in the tour of duty. The

his old home at Bridgeport,Conn., ing, June 21st, at the :Methodist par- ama railroad. orders just issued set out in full the have

to remain until fall. sonage in Winter Park. An automo- After ten years in Hartford he details of the trips to and from the '
sold have made
Mr. E. Hand, who has been confinedto bile party composed of Miss Nora took up farming for several years camp and the work to be done while II

his room for many days, is now Amick, Miss Effie Dicks of Brooks- but eventually took up his old trade the tour of duty is in progress.At friends for

able to be out again. ville, and Miss Blanche Amick, and again in Amherest, Mass. Here he noon on July 19th the adjutantwill .11 us.

Mr. J. D. Mitchell was in town yes- Messrs. Henry Porter, W. A. More- continued to resde; until 1890 when establish the camp of instructionin

terday from Apopka and left in the man, and Roy Barnard, left here Sun- impaired health caused him to moVe rifle practice. The men selectedfor
afternoon for Miami. day morning for Daytona Beach to ot Florida where he has lived ever this school will be detailed from Allen & Co.
spend the day, but when they reached since. the various companies. No officer ,
Mr. 0. S. Howard and Mr. H. 0.
Winter Park, :Miss Amick and Mr. Mr. Poneroy was prominent in the above the rank of captain will be per-
Howard came in from Oviedo yes- Barnard surprised the party by an- affairs of Amherc and was a selectman [ mitted to take part. From the men JewelersPrompt

terday on a business trip. nouncing their intended marriage, of that town for several years. detailed the Florida teams will be selected -

Miss Berta Beacham has returned which followed. Miss Amick is In 1871 Mr. Pomeroy united with the to represent the state. Repairing.

from New York city, where she has the daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. E. P. Congregational church in Amherestand The big shoot will be held October

been for the past three weeks. Amick, and has many friends here, after coming to Orlando united 5 to 22 inclusive. Teams from all Everything Guaranteed. _

Mrs. E. L Leslie, of Kissimmee, is while Mr. Barnard is a valued em- with the Presybterian church here. branches of the service, including artillery -

spending a few days in the city, as ploye of the Orlando Auto and Sup- Throughout his long life and wher- cavalry, infantry and ma- lb. IIO II .eII

the guest of Miss Sallie Taylor. ply company. ever he lived Mr. Pomeroy was hon- rines, together with one from the

I Mrs. B. G. Abernethy left yester- ored as a man of broad ivews and navy, will participate. Teams will _u________ _____ __ _
for to week with instincts. The wife with also be present from all of the mili-
day Tampa spend a PROMINENT RAILWAY OFFICIALS generous *MlMMIIMMMIIHMIiMIMMIIIIiliiiiMlnmMIFox
her dauhgter, Mrs. E. V. Whittaker. VISIT ORLANDO whom he lived for sixty-two years tary schools and colleges in the
survives him, also two daughters, South, and each Southern State will :
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Duckworth and
be represented by a team of'national :3k .IftJtt
of this Mrs.E. 4wB
family left yesterday in their auto- .' Vice-President C. R. Capps, Nor- Miss Julia Pomeroy city,
mobile for St. Petersburg for a short folk, Va.; R. I. Chatham, assistant H. Williams of Aurora, Missouri, guardsmen. Several hundred men
will be needed to work the targets,
and one son, Albert H. Pomeroy of
trip.Mr.. Rowland Weeks spent yester- ,C.freight A. Carpenter traffic ,manager assistant, Norfolk general; Hartford, Connecticut.The as most of the ranges will be in use

day in town with his parents, Mr.and freight agent, Jacksonville; C. M. the Pomeroy funeral services home at will four be o'clock heldat at This the same tournament time. will include four B l tt rl Butter rl! Butter!

Mrs. .M. E. Weeks, on Washingtonstreet. Jacksonville Dickinson, traveling; and H. passenger M. Runyon agent, gen-, this afternoon. big regular rifle annual competitions Florida, namely state, rifle the

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. T. Barr and fam- eral eastern freight agent, of New
of
competition, the annual matches
TWO NEW METHODIST PREACHERS : River Butter.
York, composed a party of prominent : Creamery
ily, who reside in Concord Park, left the Southern Riflle association, which
yesterday for their summer home at Seaboard Air Line officials who spent were held last year in Vicksburg, : Cold Seal Creamery Butter.
Greenville S. C. yesterday in the city. They arrived : Purity Brand Sugar Butter.
Two men were recommended for licenses Miss., the divisional matches, of the
Sunday night in Mr. Capp's privatecar
Mrs. Mary Hall, of Cottonwood, to at the quarterly con- National Riflle Association of Amer- I : Beech-Nut Peanut Butter.
preach
and left last The
night. party
,
S. D., is the guest of her nephew, Mr. ference at the Methodist church Sun- ica, held last year at Camp Perry, : Beardsley Peanut Butter.
of
was making a trip ,inspection over
T. 0. Brown, at his home on North the Seaboard in Florida.: day night. Paul V. Hutchins, con- 0., and the national divisional :, Dromedary Date Nut Butter.

Magnolia avenue. nected with Mr. Starbuck's office, a matches. ,

Mr. L P. Schroater is a recent arrival Postoffice Inspector H. L:; Connorwas young lawyer, and Rev. J. T. Higgs. ,,
from Kentucky and is pleasantly will to Miami in a few daysto NEW STREET ROLLER HAS GENTLE -
in the city last night en route They go !I
located on the Mock property on to Tangerine to investigate the rob- be examined and licensed. DISPOSITION THE SANITARY GROCERY

Clear Lake, about one-half mile west :1 .
i I bery of the postoffice there last week. ,
of the city. ATTENTION, I. 0. R. M. The new street roller was unloaded : CARUTHERS & GORE
Mr. G. T. Raden, a popular attacheof
and is said be decided
yesterday to a
Carl Daugherty left Saturday night p
< the Winter Garden postoffice was
in the city yesterday, and left last ,
s A. H. Daugherty, who is in ill health Nettleton/Miss. the hall tonight at 7:30. Important was given in exchange for the new I
for where he
night ,
with in cash. Those If
together $1,000
business.By .
and sent for his son Carl to accom-
will spend a month vacation. !
order of Chas. Phil- who have "heard" the new roller per- FLOWERS AND POTTED
pany him back to Orlando for a whileMr. secretary, CUT PLANTS.
I Mrs. Jos. L. Guernsey and son, form say it has a much gentler disposition -I
lips. .
Will Branch has returned froma
Kendrick, have returned home from than its predecessor and is FUNERAL DESIGNS"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII"
month's vacation most of which
,
Philadelphia, where Kendrick just HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR not so boisterous and noisy as it s
in and around Boston. He
spent
was graduated with high honors from the THE SUMMERThe wends its way about the city.It .
sailed from Boston on the 16th and
; University of Pennsylvania. Mr. is also said that the new roller
had such a smooth voyage that he Home Laundry will close for
Frank Guernsey went with Mrs. .illlliMMiMMIilMIH IIIMilllMMiHHMIilUiJ.itGRAND
Ir up is much better morally than the old,
reached Savannah twelve hours be- the summer June 27th. Will open i-
: Guernsey to attend the commence- October 1st. At that time we will and it behaved very nicely yesterdayon
schedule time.
fore ment exercises, but had to go to New give good service when help is scarce. its trial trip, not running over i A
Mrs.' J. Jacobus and children, Carl : York state to attend to some busi- Thanking our patrons for the past 'any one or trying to break any speed I : VIEW
Lucia their business, we hope to see them again '
and on return from Nash ness which will detain him until 1stHOME limits. It is light and tractable, I
ville, Tenn., stopped in Orlando for a I about the first of July. October I- .
LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel. weighing only six tons, and will be :
few days to visit with Miss Catherine e 6-23-lw ..
useful in smoothing out the rough :
i Bechberger, of North Orange avenue. I Eat what you want. places all over town.COMMISSIONER ,.
After a delightful stay they left for I Eat all you want. Eat what you want ,
their home in Tampa today. Take a postscript and forget it. Eat all you want. : Newest and most up-to-date hotel in
JOHNSON LABELING
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sale all and it.
For by durggists. Take a postscript forget ,
l-7-d&w-lyr For sale by all druggists. STREETS
The best and quicket 25c lunch is : l-7-d&w.lyr Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.

at the Model. The proof is in eating."!fj&.We insure your life and loan you City Commissioner Johnson and
Get the habit 17-6t money on real estate at 6 per cent Up to date painting, papering, etc., assistants ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., is the kind you want. Where to getit were busily engaged yes- .

Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. Curry, Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla. ? That's easy, phone 636. 120tfiHiHHHHillMHIMmmiiMiiHMMMMHHM W. T. terday in putting up street names ata j Valley. One of the finest views in Wes-
Entrican. number of prominent corners, and .

when the work is complete it will be North Carolina. first. '
:; tern Open July
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their way about the city. Home folk, .

too, will find them very convenient in I-
II
giving directions. When a town II'
reaches the size of Orlando a good McFADYEN
ftCRNTODAY MRS. J. R.
I system of street markings is neces- ,

sary and every corner should be
\ ? posted.
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i I \ "The Shriners Convention and Imperial Counsel Meeting," BOGARDSTORYMr.

W. S. Bogard was married to -

; : ; held in Atlanta, Ga., week of May 11th, in which forty thousand Miss Anna D. Story at six o'clock Large shipments of cattle have jllMIIIMIiiliiliHIMIIg

: c Shriners and their friends participated showing parades drills Sunday evening, June 21st, at the been made from Lake Butler and vicinity -
,
home of the bride's sister Mrs. A. D. during the past week and most Shoe Repairingby
; I and all the festivities of the week. This picture lasts 15 minutes."Shorty's Wells. The ceremony was, performedby of which went to Ranch 101, Okla-

Dr. E. T. Poulson, of the Baptist homa.HMiMMMMMMMMMM. PARCEL POSTMen's
f i I \ Strategy, that two reel Broncho you all like church. The bride and groom are

both from Chuluota and have
many Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc
ijj : "Navy Aviator, a fine one reel American. friends here, as well as there, who Ladies' Half'Soles, 60c to 75c

wish them much joy. Children's Half Soles, SOc to
I: ; ; That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away Geo. C. Dolive ; Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo 750

the holder FOR SALE-.-A few young registered Heels Repaired, 2jc
j : again tonight to of the lucky ten cent ticket. Poland China boars. If interested

answer at once. Address. J. H., care IIAUTO LIVERY1.Phone All work returned in 24 hours.
Sentinel 6-23-tf Orders without remittance returned
i I First Floor 10 Cents. C. 0. D. We pay
| Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents I Don't wait for every ODe in town to return postage.

have Entrican, .the painter, before ,

i I i Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accom- you up. try.Phone Am 636,too and busy I will to be look on you the A. Hanson

; ; panied by adult purchasing first floor ticket. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitf job. 1-20-tf 248 or 355IMIIilMlllilMiiMMMt 19 East Pine Street *

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INTERESTING HISTORY AND I II I four flags, Spanish, French, En- P JL/iimber Laths and
Shingles
PEOPLE'S WANTS
5F MANY CHARMS I glish and American, it has retainedits ,

appropriate name. In search for
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# The following article on Florida, gold and the fountain, of perpetual MUNNIMAKERS

written by E. W. Barber and published youth, Ponce da Leon and his successors ; t
Notices of bet, Wanted. For. Sale For .
:5 in the Jackson (Mich.) Patriotas explored much of the territory.In Rent etc., for this column 250 for one day ;
editorial correspondence is worthyof 1539 Hernando De Sota landedat KOc for three days or 11.00 for one week for "
25 words-or less. Money most accompany
reproduction. Mr. Barber says in Tampa Bay with a murderous forceof the advertisements fer this", column, as no
insertions will be made on credit .
x part: 600 soldiers, twenty officers and

Extending farther south and witha twenty-four ecclesiastics. He treated
y ORLANDO
: longer coast line than any other the Indians with terrible cruelty and FOR SALE 4

state of the union, the temperatureof laid the foundation for the hatred Nursery stock, one, two, three and
four year old buds; Foster Early,
Florida is modified by the adjacent ever after held for the Spaniards by Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-

;E, salt seas. The result is an equable them. France and Spain fought over ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle,

coy climate all the year round. the territory for a number of years, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE

Its genial climate has made Florida but it remained under the dominion of

the winter garden of this country. Spain for a long time and made no FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare III11II MMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMORLANDO .

Among its claims and advantages are progress.In bargain; recently completely over- FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
hauled and made good as new in ev-
these It 1702 the British laid to St. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
- : ships annually 100,000 car- siege ery part;; guaranteed first class con- /
loads of fruit and vegetables to the Augustine by land and sea, but failedto dition; must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRING

northern markets; it produces 40 per capture it. Again in 1740, St. sacrifice. Come, or address, White I
Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
cent of the sea island or long staple Augustine was besieged by the Eng- 4-23-tf II .

Y cotton of the United States; from 250 lish, but was successfully defended. I

to 300 bushels of sweet potatoes toE War continued between England and TWO COWS FOR SALE ttltti' 1 .

the acre; from 100 to 300 bushels of Spain until 1748, when a truce was
the from 400 agreed between the nations 1 cow with 4 weeks old calf. 1I
Irish potatoes to acre; upon ,
1 Jersey with first calf.S. I
to 600 crates of other vegetables; with the final result that the British J. B. IRWIN, Maitland. Fla. Water & Co.
from 500 to 800 quarts of strawberries took possession. Any rule was better 6183tdltwFOR DR. L H. RAMSDEU Light |

; several hundred boxes of grape- than that of Spain. Then began OPTOMETRIST I
SALE-An A-l
motor boatEighteen
; fruit and oranges; from one to three for Florida a period of prosperityand I .
feet long and has four
(Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likiu
p; tons of pineapples; a total of 10-, many industrious settlers horse power engine. Will sell rea- )

of 000,000 bushels of corn in a year, lished homes in the colony. estab-I sonable. Call at J. L Empie boat ORLANDO FLORIDA

a' great yields of lumber and turpen- Shortly after the shop on Gould street. 6-18-2w I ElectricityGas

tine; one-half of the phosphate pro- independence from British misrule by FOR SALE-Six room house on lot .

duced in the United States and one- this county, Florida was ceded bacK 184x180. Forty bearing fruit trees. 1111111111111111111111111.1
third of the world's product. Will sell for $1,900. Address Box _
to Spain, greatly to the detriment of 294. 6-21-lw Water Ice
;r Florida had 851,399 inhabitants in the English settlers and a period of I
.
1910 a gain of 42 per cent in tent retrogression under Spanish domina- FOR SALE-One 16-inch electric fan, For Sale :
practically new. One offi-
years. Its area is 58,000 square tion ensued. The English authori- cer's wall tent, good as army new. Ad-

miles-37,555,000 acres; under culti- ties hated Americans intensely, and dress Box 444, city. 6-21-tf OR Officet--No. J8 West Central Ave.

vation about 2,000,000 acres, densityof this was the evident cause of trans- : i
WANTED-Woman for general
population, 13.8 a square mile, ferring the territory back to Spain, housework during July, $25. room EXCHANGE
t compared with 405 in Massachusetts, immediately after our revolutionarywar i and board. Apply to Mrs. J. G. :

and is seven times as big territorially. : in which England was badly i Grossenbacher, Plymouth, Fla.
6-20-3t. Five Room House built No. 6
; Its appropriate flower is the or- beaten. In 1795 Spain sold West I I Telephone

ange blossom: It's motto "In God is Florida to France. In 1811, in view I WANTED white woman compe- of cement blocks 24x36, :

Our Trust. of probable war with Great Britain, I tent for general housework. Reference -
Good home and wages for Cartright shingles, two I
t Leading agricultural products include the United States resolved to sieze Phone
right party. 515. 6-21-3t
lots l
cotton, tobacco, pears, peaches, Florida in order to prevent the Brit- I" IOOXI 50, some young i j

pecans in the northern counties; veg- ish from occupying it. Engish WANTED-One thousand to five peach, orange and grape-j i

etables of all kinds in all parts of troops took possession of Pensacola I inch thousand one-inch feet of iron second hand deliveredat two- fruit trees. Driven well "11'111'1111111511'.II" .. CI"'lt".OI' "I' "
or pipe
in 1814 with the consent of the ,
,
the State, but especially in the Span-I Orlando or Plymouth. AddressR. feet. '

southern region; grapefruit, oranges ish authorities, but in :M. Hudson, Healcy Bldg., Atlanta. 200
and other citrus varieties in the high- that year the place was captured by I,Ga. 6-18-6t Address I To the West and NorthwestVIA

Gen. Andrew Jackson and the Brit-
land section; melons generally. The I
finest grapefruit and oranges are ish garrison expelled.In WANTED-Eight.or ten room house. Box 424 -VIA-
Mrs. Barnes, No. 1 Gould street. ,
produced in semi-tropical south Flor- 1819 Florida was ceded by
DIME FLYER AND
LIMITED
ida; pineapples, cocoa palms, man- Spain to the United States. July 10, WANTED home place. man Single to man work preferred.F. on my. Kissimmee Florida ,

goes, guavas, all tropical fruits grow 1821, the Spanish flag was hauled Joseph Raehn. 6-31-3t SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

b naturally or are cultivated with suc down and the American flag of stars 6-8-tm
LOST-$20.00 in Grand Theater,
P cess. Raising early vegetables and and stripes, hoisted at all military
Saturday. Return to W. L Frankat Due Dixie
( strawberries for the northern markets stations. In 1822 it became an organ- Theater and receive reward. It. . .GIII.II'.C.'. I I Limited Flyer.v SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
business. Blackberries C. L.......12Slam 3:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13 pm
is a profitable ized territory of the United States. Orlando. A.
WANTED You to cure the prickly i I Jacksonville. A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pm
and whortleberries wild. From 1844 it the r Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:1
? grow 1835 to was scene heat scalded and I Jacksonville A. C. L... 9.35am 8 25 pm r pill
I chafing gaBs, v A. C. L. .............
Waycross.
v 10:20pmr
...... Oam 10:25
C. L pm
L Manufacturing textile goods from of almost constant Indian warfare. tender feet. Use Dr. Prather's Heat II T Macon Waycross, G. A.S. & F....... 5:13pm: '::.bamI Macon, G. S. &; F. .............. S:46 ana
native palmetto is a new industry. The Seminoles loved their land and Powder and Heat Soap. For sale and LICE? r r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am
I ............
Co. r Knoxville L. & N. .1%:19 pm
% Scattered through the flat woods their homes, and were brave and fear- guaranteed by DeLaney Drug The lice question is quickly I r Chattanooga. W. & A..12:18am 11:55am r Corbin, L. & N. ................ 3:16 pmr
and among the hills are thousands of less fighters. The military road from 6-21-4t-sun settled if you lost >ou owls mih1Conkes r Nashville N. C. &. St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm Louisville. L. & N. .............. 9:00 pm
I r Indianapolis>a. L. ............ 1 lSOam
in the LOST-On Orange avenue, between Lice Powder LC.4L.&N. %:50 pm 7:20 am
lakes, those highlands being Tampa to the Atlantic coast passed Ar St. Louis
....... ...
State bank and school house, key I Ar Lexington L. & N. : ':$1)pm
5 the deepest and purest. through the southern part of Polk ring with several keys and small Chi- It's safe,quick and sureA II Ar Hopkinsville L. & N........... 6:%1pm Ar Cmcmanti, L. & N. ............. 8:50pm
The St. Johns is Florida's principal county. Finally the Indians surren- nese coin attached. Finder please return Sates your poultry profits because it I Ar Evansville L, & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo G. R. & 1. ..........1:20 pm
......
Grand Rapids G. R. & L. %:45
r
i E. J.. 1:10 1 Ot am pm
river and is navigable by large steamers dered and most of them moved beyond to this office. 6-20-3t Kills the Lice I Ar Ar Terre Chicago.Haute C. &:C.E. L..... 6:50pm pm 6::50 am r-Cleveland, Big Four ............. 7:15am
225 miles from the sea. It paral- the Mississippi river into what Doesn't Harm Chickens

y els the East Coast, rising far south is now the state of Oklahoma. Onlya FOR RENT Pnce 25 cam,50 arm and sun DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
For thr milts tfut Uie m the ends by
and flowing north until it empties remnant remained uncaptured in the day your and poultry prcv house on chickens.,IhConkey's at night,spay A.i.F.ri oom Solid sleeping train cars composed, observation of section compartment drawing. Solid train, composed of electric lighted
Everglades. In 1845 FOR RENT-Two' office in C.nkee i between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach
impenetrable
into the Atlantic. Jacksonville, twen- spaces ars and dining ear.
our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Lice Liquid I Chicago, and sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
Florida became state.
miles its mouth, is the a Jacksonville
ty-two from Cleans them 35 between and St Louis. :.otlis
Come in and we will show you. Pierce out thoroughl OIOTT ar Jacksonville iTJe ana Indianapolis;
state's largest city, and has made Now Americans from every sectionof Electric Co. 3-29-tf cents the lull deadly gallon had W cents bust use gallon SIXttFor l DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear'between Jacksonville and

remarKable progress in recent years. the great republic are seeking UCE ? Solid train, carrying electric lighted com Cleveland also Pullman sleeping car between

Ocean steamers are at its wharves homes in this land of lakes and sun- TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- COSOINTMENT ,. ,' ighted artment section, observation drawing-room sleepers sleepers.and elect Firat-lie_Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
fT ,
Effectne and of each week. Dining ear
donnt harm duels 10 Thursdays
every day in the year. There are several shine, and on response to accurate ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. I and 23 cents. Money back il thesepreparations lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car I service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
4-26-tf I do not satisfy. i erves deals a la carte. I
fine harbors-Fernandina at the the State has entered ,
: knowledge --- --- -- .U4C.C e.o mouth of the St. Mary's river, at St. upon a new era of progress and pros- FOR RENT-Six room house, in first 'M TTT.:as. VILVIAN KiSEKVAtioNb-A;D rMuKvLTnUx vTRTfE UR dOToUW.
# Augustine, America's oldest city; at perity. class condition. No. 210 N. Orange ,P. F. LAUBACH I R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. .
avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- Atlantic Coast Line, OrlandoMMf11IMfMifOi0ifii44
Pensacola Charlotte and
Tampa, t
lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
West the southermost point of .. _.
Key -- '
the United States, fastened to the THE WITH PARCEL DELANO POST IS PEOPLEFor POPULAR FOR RENT-To desirable tenant, 7 } 1 rIT'S \\ \\\\ \m*" \4c-HWttt22ffi II.11'ftl}

mainland by the steel rails of Flag- room bungalow, corner East Pine

ler's sea-going railroad, and furnish- 30 days ending June 15th the and shaw.Liberty streets. Lord &610.1wMISCELLANEOUS Brad-

ing Central fast'facilities and South for America trade and with the rural delivery carrier delivered 4,500 TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE

letters circu-
650
3,100 newspapers,
fertile islands of southern seas. The
lars and 430. parcels. He collected'


k from formation Florida the keys Spanish- the are remarkable name cayo, an"key"island-coral is over packages..2,300 He letters uses an, 85 auto parcel and makes post variety BIG PLANTS STRONG at $1.25 of the per SWEET famous thousand.Nancy POTATO Hart's Hall f FURNISHING R I (QUESTION) [ IN R REAL[ l lE r


marking the uttermost limit of the the hours.trip Delivery of 25 miles on the in less route than is made five or Choice$5.500 banana per 100.plants Now at lOc.is a apiece good,

Gulf stream it out
mighty as sweeps
and time to set either. The Bear's Head
day except Sundays a
every very
,z from the Gulf of Mexico, swings Farm, Pine Castle, Fla.
few federal holidays.A .
around the southern point of the 6-4-d6t-wlt
great peninsula and begins its north- great many of the DeLand mer- I E1 EST:

the Atlantic chants are using this excellent service Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
ern course through at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla.
for the delivery of groceries. A ,
ocean. 5-19tf. tOur stock of Rugs and Furniture
day's supply of food for the familycan Draperies are a positive

Y'{ resents From almost this hemisphere the beginning Florida of rep-his- be delivered for about 15 cents.- I Sentinel want ads. are money get delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

to y. Twenty-one years after Col- DeLand Record. ters. Try them. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable

umbus made his first to --- .
voyage In every sense of the word.

America on March 27, 1513, Poncede

Leon sighted the coast near St. IIIIIIIIIIIIII..I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.IIIII..I.Q.1'1'1"1

Augustine. Landing he named the Have You Troubles ?
Poultry
territory Florida-that was on EasT j | CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

Cure the liver and cure the bird. Nearly
ter Sunday-in Spanish, Pasqua Flor- an poultry troubles are you due. to a disordered liver. Bee Dee STOCK 4 I j to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj joining -
ida, the Feast of Flowers. Under Thousands of poultry! raisers"bo use it all year POULTRY MEDICINE

round to keep their flocks in good health, highly trouble is a splendid. roup cure and chicken chicken \ \ clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

recommend with the feed regularly ,
in small
UfAlUY UAIR..NOMORf doses, it also nukes uexcellent I1 feature 10 you.
STOCK & POULTRY tome
Bee Dee f.J.Stowe.
4
MEDICINE Purcell.0& .IIII.I..tlll.lleclo.J..O. "OIO.llllllgOIIIII1.,1.
1
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DANDRUff
It's a liver Medicine.
25c, 50c and $1. per cmAt
Use Parisian Sage. Also a strengthlng Tonic. your dealer's i

It's entirely needless to'have un- PBS I

sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A
Kincaid l SnowdenI
little care is all that is needed to makeit :
thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthy Cow Peas! COw Peas! 4 .

apd free from dandruff. I

Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair Clays ................................. .. ....... ... ... .. .. ....3.00 per bushel ,
needs and is absolutely harmless. It Irons ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ..................... 33.% per bushel
quickly stops itching head and falling Unknown ... ... ... ... ... ... ,.......... ... ... ......... J.25 per bushel Furniture of Character
'3 hair, and is one of the best tonics to whippoorwills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.09 per bushel
invigorate the scalp and make the Mixed Ptai ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... %.55 per bushel
hair grow long and beautiful. W. freight all order for bushel at abort Prices.
pay on ODe or sore prices. If wanted at Popular
\ ....... .
A Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today in large "quantitie., we will promptly mail .samples and quotations
from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any

;; drug counter. It costs but 50 cents. KILGORE SEED CO.
Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
;; Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff ; ; ,
:; dissappears-your head feels fine-
the hair is pretty and perfectly PLANT CITY II II FLORIDA
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i We have a fine Chef and serve the best
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town.

jfll ll Condensed SpecificationsWheel
base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $J.OO.

en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;

axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- I Special rates for room and board by the
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. I.

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AUDIENCE[ E
---- MARKETOf
DR. J. C .HOWELL -IN A-

July 2ndTO Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
And Tells Them That if Franchise IS
extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
Granted Should Be on Equal Telephone connections

Terms With Men Office cor. Orange and .Central Ares. House.
Savannah, Ga. $7.00 AND SALT MEATS

London, Eng., June 20.-Premier Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME .
squith today fulfilled his promise to Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St., Only four and one half
ceive a deputation tof suffragettes. And return fromORLANDO 125tf.MHIMOfllMIMIMMtHM. > Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
blocks from the
party of six workingwomen, mem- post
; Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
ers of Miss Sylvia Pankhurst's East *
office East Side. A
visited the and
End Federation, prime pure.
minister at his residence. The proceedings Via JUST OPENED variety of fruit. We are
S' were orderly except for a ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

little roughness on the part of some Atlantic Coast Line going to sell this prop everything in the Meat Line

who had "come to POPE'SLUNCH
workingmen see Tickets on sale July 2nd, final erty and have put the
that their women got fair play.

The women. urged the cause of limit July 14th. Tickets will COUNTER price at only $2350. The PARLOR MARKET
t women suffrage from their special be good on regular trains go-

point of view. Miss Pankhurst was ing and returning. For in- SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS Reasonable terms.

not present as Mr. Asquith had insisted formation or Pullman reser- H. M. Self & Co.

that the deputation must be vation, call on nearest Atlantic I
composed of genuine workingwomen.The Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET

premier welcomed the mem- SODA FOUNTAINOPEN
W. R. O'Neal C. T. A. I
Phone
bers of the deputation as representatives 114 South Orange Ae, Ground Floor ; No. 80W.M.SLE1VIONS
"of an association which disas- W.D.WHITED.T.A. DAY AND NIGHT
sociated itself from the criminal ORLANDOY. Phone No. 311 ;'" tiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuin!

methods of those who have done so R. Beazley,.Traveling Passen POPE & BUTT PROPS

much to damage and put. back the I.ger Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division 37 W. CHURCH ST. I
use of women." Passenger Agent
Ir. Asquith argued that if everyman I TAMPA I HIMMIIMMIIHIMMIIItTHE .IIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, ,,,., tttlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

J over twenty years of age pos- .
ssed the vote they would still find \
legislative problems exceedingly dif

ficult of solution in the same way as tft Fare ;!!!!
the men had found them. He agreed _' DAILY E
with the deputation that if ,the fran- ., E BUffALO St
chise were given to women it shouldbe
EVElAND
granted on the same terms as it _

was given to men. New Goods
The premier explained that, while Arriving DailyWe

it had become necessary to suppressthe ,,
organized violence of'the militant

suffragettes, the government had no GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" ,
desire to interfere with free speechor .
Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet.6 India;510 staterooms UK! pu-lor----.. 1500: ptura.gm.
the proper organization of opin- Crater in nut-larger in J'roportiorichct in all tfpointnifnti--thin tar Homer un
inland mien of the world.; In iemce June 15th.Magnificeet : I
ion. He promised consideration of
Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"DailyBUFFALO
the womne's representations and and CLEVELAND sell high grade Slen's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
-May 1st to Dec.i.t
said he would present to Reginald a Lave Buffalo . 900P.M. |LeT CWhnd 9:OOJ'.)L made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
McKenna, the home secretary, their ArmedCTeUiMl 730A.51. Arrive Buffalo 7.30 A.M.
(Eutcra Standard Time)
request for the unconditional releaseof Comxboo.atanelandSwPat4n.B.v.ToledoDetroit..d aU point*VeitafidSoathwnt.Railroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.Dry .
Miss Sylvia Pankhurst. tiei.ua reading between Buffalo J!Cleveland are good for transportation oa our,teamen.
Rat jour ticket agent fat tickets via G&B.Li c. Write M fat La J"Cliutnited booklet fne. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Goods from H. B. ClaHin & Co.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland, O.
+ ;i{ COMMENDED FOR BRAVERY & Co- Best place in the city to trade. '


ti Washington, June .-Six pri-

vates, one corporal and a sergeant in 0

r- the marine corps today were com- _
mended by Secretary Daniels for gal- W. M. SLEMONS
lantry displayed in removing two of
their wounded comrades to a place of
safety while Vera Cruz was under URANGE AVENUE

fire. The men are: Sergeant Tracy '' U N! hh1 1 illllb
Baker, Corporal William S. White, ...111.,111,11",111..1.1111..1.,1-----
and Privates Wallace L. Harndvious,
Carl H. Fullerton, Hiram W. Yant, e
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William H. Briggs, John L. Streitten-

berger and Edward R. Barton. .. .,.. ., I II
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Private Haggerty of those killed in .IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIICIIIII ; tMMMHMMHMMMM
the occupation of Vera Cruz and Ed- I I LI Ii

Gisburne third class elecp 11'11.1111
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ward a
A. ,
'Wn of the battleship Florida, wereJwo i Low Round Trip RatesFROM .MMIMMMMHSUMMER
;
men rescued. With Hagger-
:
:; 'mortally wounded Gisburne him.Pelf JACKSONVILLE COOKINGHow

; wounded, attempted to carry SL Low $ 7.75 Oki|. $43.50 Cbciiuti $33.00
.
.
1 DllftI' W.tO St.Pad M.7S Lsabnll- 31.50
:J ;range of the fire. His '/ elen.srisp. 51.5. Dal1Ii tl.50 Kaoxrille71.M 21.40
S&1t L.b car Woaipet 76.75 En.viDe. 32. 5
i ; !ithout success, how- Y.IIe1nt... 71." Torsats 4UO ladia.,1it 36.30rertIaM
do do cooking in ? Is kitchen
who 106.00 Mlatnal. 55.45 Fnac.Uk 3120 you your summer your
'- :{;- men today were II South 106.00 Pctstker 51.5s Toledo . 41.10
tr!> ?r J proceeded under anis I I''! S..FrucilC....AllcIca .. .. 8940 8J.50 lUtkiaae B.ff.I. .. .5300.47." CaisUsqu DetroS. .. .. 43.50 47.40 hot and stuffy with a dirty wood or coal range, or do you
,and removed bo\h Glacier nark 82.75 Miatsn FsQs 47.40 Muunotk Cue 30.90
.:-, Low rates to other points in Colorado California.Canada.Minnesota. have clean, cool and comfortable Gas Range?
f has beenf i 1 .Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally
tf )nor already i low rates from other points in the State.
{f;.- ian Gisburne for vat1 I I Tickets on sale dairy,until September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
We offering some reductions during June and
E rr :ng to help Haggerty.. + i VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT are great
1;'. ding the six privates ,G LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would be make for
glad to cooking a pleasure
,," Going through St.Lout*,returning through Chicago you.
to' Flute and Sergeant W nee versa. Liberal stop oven on all tickets.
1 Daniels has directed A/ NORTHWEST,
TO THE NORTH AND three
I-4 tr ivanced to the next 11I I through train daily;choice of three different
j route
>;; 5- fi
---t'_ Three daily trains to the southwest through New
Orleans. Unexcelled: dining car semce. Fast time. Orlando Water & Light
t four bicycle fixed in s / 11 i Rock ballast. No dust. No dot. For handsome, illustrated Company; j
Warman's booklets of summer toW lt resorts rates sleeping
to Repai
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?- 1 car reservations and other information address,
12..p-tf. H.CBRETNEY > Gas Department4444H..H.USISH.II1IHII.tUht.UHUI.HHIIHOODI
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;' SAFE HAVEN[ RAILROAD 277

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? AEP.05ITBOXESp4SAYJNGS
Action Is Wanted and if It Does Not

Come Immediately Prosecu tl s e la
INVESTING SMALL AMOUNTS AT 4 PERCENT
tion Will Follow
INTEREST

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Washington, June 22.-Administra- >X'j'l'j:
tion members of the senate bankingand
Suppose you have $100 you will not need for <
currency committee will seek
Y six months. How can you invest it safely, have early confirmation of the five nomi-

it earn 4 per cent interest and then be able to nees to the federal reserve board, .
get the principal the day you need it? sent in week ago by President Wil 1. .

r Bring your money to the State Bank of Or- son.mittee A was special called meeting unexpectedly of the today com- : A IV1 Il( nlcll@lty:E( < :
lando. We will issue one of our Certfieates of
and the discussion of the men namedwas
r Deposit for any amount you have to deposit, pay begun. Although the committee -

you 4 per cent interest, pay you the principalany took no formal action it was understood '
1
day after three months that all available informa- Factttitat (
tion about the five will be secured.At .

! 1 The State Bank ot Orlando the meeting today the letter of ,

President Wilson to Chairman Owen each setting sun, brings us] n arcr the end \;
explaining the connection of ThomasD.

Jones of Chicago, one of the nomi- Wbon c11at about
your days arc cn your
nees,with the International Harvester
loved ones?
company was discussed. Several mem-

bers felt that the president's statement -) Today is yours! Let it not close without r.
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that Mr. Jones but
owns one
=
OiIECTINi legislature. The consent of that bodyis .share of Harvester stock was suffi- i making a start toward placing your home on a
} PRESIDENT[ [ [ necessary before the holding com- cient to absolve him from criticismfor :. business basis, and providing your loved ones

L A fiGHT pany may sell its Boston & Maine connection with a concern against : with a systematic plan for their maintenance ;.. '"
: stock. The disposition of those hold- which an anti-trust suit is pending. : now and hereafter.Let :
J ;.
.. ings is one of the government's fore It was said that Mr. Jones wouldbe .. .
Aye
In the Senate Over the Confirmation most demands. Officials of the New given an opportunity to appear '. us help] you. "It is a pleasure to serve you." ':':" --
Haven agreed to it and Governor before the committee here. Several .,., .
1 of the Members of the Federal Walsh recommended that the legisla- members will question him regardinghis : .' .. .. .',.: .'.:.....'." ...,.... ....::
R Reserve Board ture pass a bill necessary to that end. relations with the Harvester com
Last week the legislature referredthe pany and other matters. .. : : :
} Washington, June .-President bill to a recess committee and a President Wilson expects a fight on ; > :iv.

Wilson and Attorney General McRey- delay until after Christmas was confirmation of nearly all the men -,-.- -- ___ .

I nolds are agreed that the dissolutionsuit threatened. Officials here expect to he nominated but it was made clearin ,- -" (. .'.. .... '?
against the New Haven railway see the suit filed before the expiration circles close to the president today .. -
must forward unless the Massachusetts of the time limit set by Mr. Mc- that he thinks the board the best it .
1 go .
Q
legislature empowers the Reynolds unless the legislature takes was possible to get and will stand be- : \ } ". q
k holding company to sell its Boston & action agreed by the governor and hind it.The 0.; :W'J 1}} 0'

x Maine stock.President .the federal government. president is understood to have .
Wilson told inquirers today decided on Mr. Jones for governor of

;'' that unless the legislature acted !I CHURCHES PLAN WORLD PEACE I II ;!the board and is particularly. inter- : .:: ."::" ''':'' .,. ...,'.. ': .: .',;', :. : .:.:.....: ..:. .,.':'., ::.::: ,.:-..... .
in line with the suggestions of the attorney : New York, June 22.-Plans for a II |ested in his confirmation.It I .
general and Governor Walsh I world church peace council, to be held I is probable that bankers and
the only course left to the depart- in Constance, Switzerland, on August other persons who have been interested -- -- -
ment of justice would be to go ahead I'2nd and to continue four days, the 'in Nicaraguan affairs will be AVIATOR ATWOOD AND WIFE PICTURES OF SIIRINEKS CONVENTION I NOTICE TO SIDEWALK CONTRACTORS -
I I ESCAPE DROWNING AT LUCERNE
with the Sherman law suit which has first event of its kind in history, were I r|summoned by the senate. There was
Authentic taken
Toledo, 0., June 22.-Harry N. At- moving pictures
Ya been held up, according to the agree- detailed today by Dr. Frederick i i i little doubt expressed by committee during Shriners' week in Atlanta,
wood, the aviator, and Mrs. Atwood,
ment between Chairman Elliott and Lynch, secretary of the church peace J I|members that it will be approved.The where more than forty thousand had Bids will be received by the City
who were believed to have drownedin Council at the City Hall up to 2 p. m.,
about month will
the New Haven and Mr. McReynolds. union, founded by Andrew Carnegie gathered just a ago
I i I'June 26th, 1914 for placing side
in Lake Erie while flying in an air- be shown at the Lucerne theater to-
When negotiations for the peaceful in February with an endowment of Apalachicola Packing Com day in connection with "Shorty's walks where ordered by the City
I I'boat from Sandusky to Toledo yester-
dissolution of the New Haven mer- $2,000,000.On pany has been doing a profitable bus- Strategv," a two reel Broncho, and I Council under Ordinance No. 318.
day during electrical storm, had after Monday
I an are be
approached a point several weeks the same days in Liege, Belgium iness canning shrimp since the clos- "Navy Aviator," a one reel American. 'Specifications may -
ger safe at Bono, 12 miles east of Toledo. The of the Shriners' June 22nd. The City Council reserve -
I pictures convention -
ago where a settlement without a I a conference of Catholics will ing of the oyster season. The waters -i .. the right to reject any and all
t At 5 o'clock this morning Atwood and the imperial council
protracted contest in the courts be held under the leadership of Count around Apalachicola abound in .1.meeting should be of especial inter- ,bids.
f :telephoned to Toledo that his airship
seemed assured, Attorney General Albert Apponyi, the Hungarian f t shrimp of a very large size. The ,,est to all members of secret orders E. F. SPERRY, Mayor.
t
had been beaten down by the storm
McReynolds agreed to hold back thegovernment's statesman and peace advocate. Both j company is kept running all the year and their families.
to a small island, and that later he I This picture shows the parades, F. F. Dutton's, Sanford
Cow Peas at -
Y' 15 will be under the (either fish
suit until July meetings auspices I canning oysters, ors .
made his way to the mainland in the drills and festivities to their fullest : Fla. Write ot plume foe prices.
I awaiting attfon by the Massachusetts $>f the Carnegie: 'Dm >>, >> mR :))JDDjb was undamaged ,:esfent and icS teitaincy: 5e pceasing. b) tt
'to eierv one.-a v.

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

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

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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 k

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

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

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