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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 24, 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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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914. NUMBER 114.I.T .

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THE ELKS MAKE CITY A TMN -ATlANTI FLYER[ MAKES[ ; COMMITTEE COULD THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE -:THREE t[ BIG BATTESIPS A [ fO WASHINGTON AGENT SENT


PRESENT OF THEIRAMBULANCE TRIAl FLIGHTS NOT RECOMMEND COMPLETE COMMISSIONIS UNITED STATES TO NORTHERN MEXICO

I i ACQUITTAL TO HAVE THAT FOR THAT PURPOSE
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I OF GEORGIANi I POWER
Demonstrated That She Could Travel Assured by Action of Congress Au-

i BOARD Of HEALTH PRACTICAllY ASSURED Through the Air "Like i i I(, thorizing Sale of Idaho and FINAL SPliT MID END MfDlATION

a, Swallow" OFFICIAL ACTS SEVERELY[ [ [ CRfCISED I INTERMOUNTAIN[ RATE CASE f IMPORTANT O I I Mississippi -

MODELED ALONG THE.LINES OF I C.RRAXZ.WILL NOT SEND
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Hammondsport, N. Y., June 23.- Washington, June 23.-(Special.) DELEGATES TO CONFER WITH
OCALA BOARD OF HEALTH- j'I REPORT SAYS FEDERAL MEANS THAT THE COMMERCE
(Special.-Today) and for the first., : -Authority was given President Wil-
COUNCIL HELD BUSY SESSION time the Curtiss flying boat, "America !j I JUDGE WENT JUST AS FAR COMMISSION INTENDS: TO son today by the house of representatives THOSE OF HUERTA, SAYS HIS

YESTERDAY TRANSACTING ," in which John Cyril Port and I j. AS HE COULD WITHOUT SPREAD PANAMA CANAL to sell two small battleships, SECRETARY NOW IN NEW

MUCH BUSINESS George Hallet, Englishmen, will tryj!!j I I MERITING IMPEACH- BENEFITS EQUALLY the Idaho and Mississippi, for the total ORLEANS I

to cross the Atlantic in fifty hours, i j!I 31 EXT ON ALL actual cost of their construction,
r demonstrated in glorious soaring I under the authorization that money June
Washington
Property owners who want to see 23.SpeciaiSecretary ( )-
flights that she could travel throughthe I 'realized from the sale of the battle-
the streets in front of their property Bryan today sent to northern -
paved; first should rush their sewer air like a swallow. With Glenn i II Washington, June 23.-Finding the Washington, June 23.-That the ships must be turned into the treas- Mexico Leon F. Canova with spe-

connections, for the paving will! begin Curtiss piloting and the Englishmen I I evidence insufficient to impeach, but distribution throughout the countryof ury for use in the construction of one cial instructions to confer with Car-

r on the streets where all connections aboard, the America made its first I!1 severely criticising the jurist on a the benefits of the Panama canal battleship of the dreadnought type. ranza and Villa with a view of repairing -
number of official acts, the special will rest with the Interstate Com- The
are completed first. This was flight eastward over the surface of ( cost of the two battleships was the break between them. .

? \. $e understandinggained at the meeting Lake Keuka, gradually rising until I subcommittee of the house judiciary merce Commission and not with the $12,000,000. The total cost of a bat- Canova is in thorough sympathy with

fl. : of the city commissioners lost in the clouds. On the return 1!' committee named to investigate transcontinental railroads is one of tleship of the first class is about $15- the constitutionalists and he will be
yesterday
; / afternoon. The contractors the America slid back into the water I'1 charges against Judge Emory Speer, the conclusions being drawn today 000,000.As aided by Juan F. Urquida, one of the
like from above. Cur- of the southern district of Georgia, from the supreme court's decision in the senate has already passedan
: 1. / a messenger best equipped constitutionalist
I I will be ready in a very short time to diplo-
T tiss declared the America exceededall made its report today. The majorty the intermountain rate cases, in act authorizing the sale of the
: : / begin laying brick and the city will mats in Washington, who is en route
", ) / not allow the paving to be laid, only his expectations.The I report is signed by RepresentativesWebb which after nearly two years of con- Idaho and Mississippi, the house ac- to see Villa.
second demonstration was of North Carolina, and Fitz- sideration the court upheld the ordersof tion today insures the authorizationthis
to be torn up to make sewer connec- The state department and White
made just before sunset, and the big henry, of Illinois, Democrats. Repre- the commission by unanimous year, in the pending naval ap-
House will
tions. strive
I It aircraft was piloted by Lieutenant [, sentative Volstead of Minnesota, Republican opinion.It propriation bill, of three battleshipsof through Urquidi,
Canova and
Carothers to the
The Alabama Paving company'sbond Porte. After skimming down thej| filed an individual report has been generally claimed that the first class. keep
for $10,000 for the faithful performance : the and the Panama canal would reduce rebel organization intact, realizingthat
lake for a few seconds, throwing a j; exonerating Georgia judge
its disruption will defeat its -
E of their paving contract furrow that nearly capsized river i j objecting to many of the criticisms freight rates from Atlantic seaboard policy
with the city was filed with the city made Webb and to Pacific coast cities and vice at Niagara Falls. Urquidi ex-
craft, the America arose twenty feet by Fitzhenry. points I BANKERS[ NUNCOUNTRY O T Y
plains that the Villa junta at Washington
clerk yesterday, and nothing remains 0 -
J "The subcommittee its ina- but the of to what
in the air and flew like a dart at a regrets versa, question extent -
t before the actual brick laying begins speed of 55 miles an hour to Cliff ':bility to recommend either a com- the railroads might allow interior VOTING FOR DIRECTORS[ S has never been inimical to
p him and that it will be agreeable to
for the contractors to get
except Point and back. i plete acquittal of Judge Speer of all points to share in the benefits of
tfeir men oho materiii l.nc N"-- the state department and all constitu-
far these water the
{ culpability so as chargesare competition enjoyed by
tices will be mailed to every property concerned, on the one hand, oran seaboard cities was in dispute. The Who Will have Charge of the Twelve tionalist authorities that whatever

owner advising them that sewer con- SHIPWRECKED[ SAILORS NEARLY Y Yf i, impeachment on the other," says decision of the court is that the commission Federal Reserve Banks-Bal grievances there may be between
Villa and Carranza be settled after
nections must be made and failure to i the majority report. "We are persuaded will answer those problemsand
do so within sixty days will draw a that the evidence that the railroads loting Secret the fall of Mexico City.
f FOUR R MONTHS I Ih OPEN BOAT I competent legal may simplyproceed
fine of not less than $25 nor more
at hand is not sufficient to to haul the freight.The .

than $100.Mr. I procure a conviction at the hands railroads fought relentlesslyfor I Washington, June 23.-Voting for Carranz Won't Confer With Huerta
M*. 0. Overstreet, representing nominees to head directorships in thetwelve
the senate. But the subcommitteedoes the to trade balances
Cruiser Cleveland Dispatched to Res- I right adjust New Orleans, La., June 23.Carranza -
he local Elks, appeared before the I feel that the record various sections of the "! new federal reserve banks was
Captain, Family and ,i presents a among coun- will not accept the invitationof
mmissioners and offered the city cue i series of legal oppressions and shows try. The court found an answer to I concluded yesterday and today the the United States government to

he Elk's ambulance, and the generus Crew of Nokomis i I j an abuse of judicial discretion which, the whole controversy in holding that organization committee was show- send representatives to meet inform-
offer was accepted and a vote of ered with belated ballots from the
j though falling hort of impeachablei congress had conferred on the rail- ally with agents of Huerta in an en-
thank* tendered. Mr. Overstreet said On Board U. S. S. California offenses, demand condemnation andI roads themselves the right to make various member banks. It will be deavor to select a provisional presi-

the ambulance was intended as a Mazatlan, by Wireless to San Diego, j I criticism. discriminations in favor of a long several days before the committee dent of Mexico, according to a state-
charitable 'convenience, but that it June 23. (Special.) Almost dead and will be able to supply lists of nomi-
i!, "If Judge Speer's judicial acts in haul hence had the right and ment here today by Alfredo Breceda,

had not been used as such in many from exposure and with their last the future are marked by the rigorous did, in 1910, take this privilege from nees to electors. private secretary of General Carranza -

instances, the Elks not being pre- water and provisions gone, the sec- ': and imbxible harshness shown the railroads and give it to the com I A statement was issued several and a member of the latest com-

pared to operate it, and that private ond mate and two seamen of the by this record, these charges hang mission. I weeks ago that June 22 would be the mission Carranza is sending to Wash

firms had in some instances made excessive chooner Xokomis, which was as a portentious cloud over his court, Applications from railroads to put last day the committee would receive ington.

charges for its use, no part "wrecked near Clipperton island on i impairing its usefulness, impeding into effect long and short haul rates nominations. Each bank belongingto Fernando Iglesias Calderon is

of the income going to the Elks, February 28th, reached Acapulco today 1! the administration of justice and endangering throughout various sections of the a federal reserve bank has selected en
route to Washington to confer with
though many supposed they were after sailing five hundred mlies 1: the integrity of American country have been held up pendingthe an elector through whom it President Wilson and
making the charge and sharing in in an open boat. institutions." court's decision. It is expectedthat will cast its vote for directors in thei Secretary Bryan -
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the profits. Hereafter the city will As soon as the story had'been told : Notwithstanding disapproval of the commission will at once take i i i'i federal reserve bank of its particular not but as a representative of Car-
ranza, as a leader of the liberal
operate the ambulance, and while to the admiral, the cruiser Clevelandwas i' of Judge acts the those them I!I district.
many Speer's ma- up applications, pass upon J party. With Alfredo Breceda -
those who are able will be expected dispatched from Acapulco under jority of the subcommittee recom- and if they are found reasonable determine i i i A list of men placed in nomination private

to pay for its use, those who are not full steam, to Clipertoh island to res- mends "that no further proceedingsbe by how much it is right for J I for the directorships will be suppliedto Villavicencio secretary to constitutionalist Catranza, and R.offi-F.
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will be served free. cue Captain Jansen, who remainedon had with reference to H. Resolution the railroads to allow certain long | the properly accredited electors cial of Saltillo he arrived here late
Dr. P. P. Pillans, city physician, the Nokomis with his wife, three No. Jt"" hauls to exceed short hauls. and they will indicate to the organi- ,
from the West.
He
appeared before the commissionersand children, and the five remaining i t The report was made to the furl As to the intermountain rate or- zation committee their choice for yesterday leave ex-
pected to for last
urged the creation of a city boardof members of the crew. The Nokomis judiciary committee and its adoption ders themselves their effect is that class A and class B directors. There but Washington
the
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health, equipped with the proper was bound from the Columbia riverto ; by'the committee and the house will Western cities east of the Rocky will be three class A and three classB night start was postponed.The
I will
party probably leave to-
appliances for making bacterial ex- Peru. She sailed from directors for each federal reserve
Paytu, ] end the impeachment case. The Mountains would not be forced to pay night.
amination of milk and other neces- Port Townsend February 2nd. Webb-Fitzhenry report its( a docu- on their freight from the East, the bank. The three class C directors of

sary laboratory equipment. He suggested I' ment of nearly 100,000 words, and regular rate through to the Pacific I each bank will be selected by the fed- Canderon, who conferred with Car-
that the board consist of three eral board. ranza just before he left Mexico,was
w DEPOSITORS IN LORIMER BANK reviews fully the volumes of testimony coast and then also back to their reserve
1 or four members, and that the city WILL NOT SUFFER I taken in Georgia on thecharges stations. They will be forced, how- It has been made clear by the or- emphatic in his declaration that he

physician be empowered to make inspections I I brought against Judge Speer ever, to pay certain' increases over ganization committee that absolute would not represent the constitution-
of 1 sanitary conditions, iso- secrecy will be thrown about the bal alists in any negotiations that he
Chicago, June 23.-C. B. Munday,i of favoritism, unfair decisions, im- normal rates from certain zones.
late contagious disease, inspect fruit president of the LaSalle Trust and ''proper issuance of injunctions, arbitrariness As a result of the decision, all discussion lots of electors. This assurance was might enter either at Washington or
and food stores of all kinds and look bank and given to prevent of finan- at Niagara Falls. His traveling com-
Savings alleged partnerand the use of drugs, tempera- is removed as to the com- any group
after the general health conditions of director of other of the so-called ,roental j unfitness, etc. mission's right to pass on the reason- I cial men from dominating the banks panions, however, stated that Calderon -

the city. The proposition met with Lorimer banks that went to the wallas | The investigating committee finds ableness of a lower rate for a haul I of their sections. might act as a go-between for

the favor of the commissioners ancon a result of inability to cash a that "there has the constitutionalists in whatever negotiations -
: been an utter, lack oft to a more distant city than to a
the suggestion of Commissioner $525,000 check drawn by the board of harmony between the judge and the nearer one in the same direction. It FARMERS DEMAND AID AND he might be a party to.
Johnson Dr. Pillans was requested to education has issued de- { BUSINESS STOPS Other than that the three Mexicans
a statement bar of the district, as well as the recognizes the commission's power to
draw up meriting all iiec?3sgry data that all of the who II would not discuss theis mission or say
claring depositors people. There has been an fix such rates by zones as distinguished -
for the creat;ln of a board of health. suffered by the failure of the banks I absolute want of effort on the part of f from taking up the conditions Hoxie, Kas., June 23.-Hoxie today whether their journey would carry

together with an estimate of the will be paid back dollar for dollar. the court to make the people of that surrounding each point of ship- I is almost a deserted village while them farther than Washington.

probable expense. Dr. Pillans and district feel that their federal court I ment in the United States. i i the male population is sweating in

Commissioner Robertson will go to BASEBALL RESULTS was the bulwark of their liberties, Chief Justice White announced the neighboring wheat fields. A delegation REBELS CAPTURE ALBANIAN

Ocala to familiarize themselves with National League rather I i of farmers came into town lamenting CAPITAL
brt a disposition has been evident unanimous decision of the court. He <
the workings of the Ocala board of I j Brooklyn 2, Pittsburg 1. I that harvest hands imported
the
on part of the judge to punish I said the case turned largely on the i
health, which is said to be a model Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 7. I those who were unfortunate construction and validity of the long l from the east had quit because of the London, June 23.Special.AIbanian ( -

44 system, and the report will be based American League 1 enough to be brought into his court and short haul clause in the fourth'''heat. insurgents today captured the

largely upon their findings there. Detroit 4, Cleveland 4. on civil as well as criminal matters.I section of the Interstate Commerce j' "We need help and you fellows city of Durazzo, the stronghold of

Y Dr. Pillans expressed the opinion Federal League "An examination of the record in i! act, as amended in 1910. His conclu- I{,I must help us," declared the leader of [ Emperor William, according to a dispatch -

h that a laboratory such as would be Chicago 4, Buffalo 2. I: this case is suggestive of the facti [ sion was that the amendment in 1901'I a delegation to a meeting of businessmen. I received here late tonightI

necessary would cost the city about I Kansas City 5, Pittsburg 2. that early in his judicial career Judge i I transferred from the rr/roads to the :1 I

t $200. Indianapolis 12, Brooklyn 3. I Speer ascertained the limit to which commission the power hitherto reposed i!! A half hour later the town barbers i RESOLUTE DEFEATED VANITIE

A representative of the Atlantic I St. Louis 5, Baltimore 8. J he could go before! liability to impeachment -+i by congress in the railroads to i] posted sijms on their doors reading: t YESTERDAY

Coast Line railway met wifh the' I Southern Les?ue for official conduct would determine what exemptions should be i "Shaves and haircuts on Saturday I -

commissioners to discuss some method ;, Nashville 2, Mempris 1. I accrue and went as close to the line made from the general prohibition : onl)." I 1 j Rye, N. Y., June .-(Special)-

of protection at street crossings, i: New Orleans 15, Montgomery 6. ; upon many occasions as safety would against: charging less for a long haul The doors of the court house were The yacht Resolute defeated the Van-

but nothing definite was done. A !I Chattanooga 5-7, Atlanta 3-6. permit." : than for a short haul. He said if it locked and every county official itie and the Defiance in their thirty

railway engineer will visit the city !' Birmingham 8, Mobile 4. I In a summary of Judge Speer's j were valid for congress to allow the donned his old clothes. Loss of the i mile race this afternoon. The Reso-

'and determine the number of streets South Atlantic League [ court methods the report says that railroads to exercise the power, it.i fairest would paralyze the town's lute crossed the finish line fourteen

that need guards or warnings of some Savannah 7, Charleston 5. (Judge Speer has used with tremen- \ was valid for congress to let the commission i business. minutes ahead of the Vanitie, its near-

kind and an amicable settlement of ', Columbus 8, Macon 0. \jdous effect upon juries the right to exercise it. ; est competitor. The Resolute's time

the problem is assured. Commis-J Columbia 8, Augusta 4. sum up the facts in a case. "It was 1 With the supreme court's decision': have been charging the old hates for the entire distance was 55712.

.sioner Johnson stated that he had Albany 2, Jacksonville 1. rare, indeed, that a jury was permitted sustaining the Interstate Commerce i i while the case was being fought

always found the Atlantic Coast Line to return a verdict contrary to Commission's intermountain rate or- through the courts. Reparation, if THE WEATHER
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very reasonable and prompt in complying''with Bay your hammocks, books and 1 his wishes, regardless of the facts," ders the way is opened for shippers !!i any, and the amount, will have to be

t the requests and demands fans of Curtis & O'Neal and you'llbe says the report, referring to Speer to recover sums estimated as greatas decided by the committee in separate '1 Florida: Generally fair Wednes-

(Continued on nape. 8.) happy. I (Continued on page S) $10,000,000 from railroads which action. day and Thursday.


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late at night and then were conveyed raw troops. The really importantmen I 111'11'IIIII"CIIIIII.oeDC 1IIIIIIIDIIIII IIIO"JIIIIIIOIJ O'I A' f.t "JD'I' +
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4 (By a Veteran.) in a small boat to the Raleigh."I are J ept for the final glory, if : ,

Washington, D. C., June 23.-Stories learned later that we were allowed possible. It appears when the Federals i :I +4001111111111111111111111111111"IIIIIII"'II 'IIIIIOI1IOII'

of what Americans in interior to go aboard the Raleigh be- came yesterday they ordered : i

towns of Mexico suffered just after cause the commander had promisedto all our people out of their quarter | ,

Vera Cruz was seized are trickling: allow Mexican ships in the harborto and finding one family hidden they j : Iill!

into Washington slowly and I havn't! leave unmolested. dragged them out by this boy's orders : : GRAND THEATRE

a doubt that if all the outrages that and were about to kill them when I :
were perpetrated on United States I Mrs. Ray Morgan, who has a hac- the fight began. The boy's horse was : ,,1 ll I

citizens in those stormy days had I ienda near Montery, wrote the following killed and so he was captured.The ;

been known at the time to the folks in her diary: burial of this poor boy was avery I

c here at home our forces would never April 18. Today a band of men characteristic scene. We have I J' L COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN !

have paused on the seacoast. rode into our hacienda. We know been sitting on the porch watching' :

r Ira Adler, whose home is in New by the yuccu leaves in thir hats that the group. They buried him just t :i

z York City, has just made public a they were Carranbistas. By 3 o'clock outside the gate, his body covered : ,1 "I

: description of the escape from Quad- several hundred were in the ranch, with fresh cut barley. Two buzzards TODAY

: alajara. Existence of Americans in getting food and clothing and taking swept low till their wings almost :"

3 that town after the capture of Vera all the horses. The officer in charge touched the barley, just to make sure : "Lord A in
Algy. scr aminglv funny comedy two : : j
t Cruz, was impossible. After many used our car, to which Ben Van Voor- they were not deceived.

} hardships Mr. Adler and his compan- his stuck as chauffeur. This was an parts featuring Arthur Johnson. Ycu must see this one. : !; ':

ions reached Manzanillo and thence advance guard of 2000 men under Rubber Stamps made to order at f'

traveled to San Francisco, aboarda Gen Gonzales, who comes a second Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. "Whiffles Night Out a Pathe comedy.
British steamship. time to take Montery. With him ,
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He is indignant at the neglect of are Gens. Castro and Villareal. DR. A. B. WHITMANI "
'4 the American government which, he Our telephone was cut at once, but "Ancient Ruins at Thebes.

F. declares, did nothing to save the ref- the troops.had been seen from Obisl I I DBMTSTf

; ugees from Quadalajara, although pado, for presently we saw a cloudof "Gertie Gets the Cash," a Kalem Komedy.

Commander Thomas P. MacCruder dust over the Topo Chico Hill, East End Charleston Block, up-stairs
allowed the freedom of the port of I and soon made out 200 Federal cav- "
"Hubbys Night Off still another Kalem Komedy. |
Manzanillo to Mexican vessels on alry through he glass. The rebels ,

condition that the sixteen prisoners rode away from our buildings, loiter- DR. F. C. BOARDMA I
S back and forth to draw the fire
from Quadalajara be allowed to go ing GOOD MUSIC
free. MacGruder commands the of the Federals, which they soon DENTIST .. ;

cruiser Raleigh. succeeded in doing. We fled to our !!

"The first notice to get out came mattress forts with he baby and the I I I Boardman Building l CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc. i iTHURSDAY"A

from W. A. Davis, the American servants as the Federals came into I I o-I1i

'? consul, without warning," said Mr. the rarch The fight was so close Hours: "
Adler. "On April :21 the second or- W9 could hear the bullets singIt I 8.30 to 12110 l.0 to 4:00 Shriners Fidelity.

der to leave came and all Americanswere lasted twenty minutes, the shooting :I Telephone 540. I "
FRIDAY.."Memories that Haunt a two part j jVitagraph. t
hF asked to gather in a council at being incessant. Then, suddenly : ,
the American club. There 140 de- there was a loud shout, which told I'

cided to go and did go at once. The that the Federals had won. MAKE YOUR OWN f .
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4 next day at another meeting more I Presently they brought in two 'I i ** PAINT cI t I SATURDAY-"Captured by Mexicans."

(:' Americans were able to make ar prisoners, an oficer and a private, I .
'. rangements to leave and a party of whose horses had been killed. They I I I YOU will SVE69cts.PERGAl. t G i j III Q Ni-t+V+*M+.t+t iHi CD' It II S II C I t t 1111111. t+M( 111111 : i 1.111
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taken Manzanillo the first bound men I had seen. I I I .
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,special train. This day the Mexicans Tne Federals lost thirty-nine dead, I I .' THIS IS HOW -- --- .
became active and the rebels but two wounded. The ,-+ t
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x j J Buy 4 gals.L.C&M.Semi- : 1+J""M64'" I' ..m.. ..... . f .. *+fW ia
down the'American officers had been to ::::::: :::::
They tore signs on boy crazy ven- / Mixed Real Paint $8.40 I =..6..11111. .1t"!_ :9
Consulate and other buildings ture up with but eight men. Li And3gals.LinseedOil Ito
;; of American citiz ns. Sunday, April 19.-General Gon- nix with it -2.19( .. I

"The following day was worse. zales is here this morning. He gaveus I\ Makes gals.Paint for.$10.50: .

.. Cries of 'Kill the gringoes,' and 'Hur- a receipt for everything taken. All I It's only $1.50 p rah for Huerta and Mexico the horses are some of the
/ were gone I)A The L.& M. StMI.MIXFD Condensed report of the
heard. Led by a band, a mob appeared best mules and the store is cleaned I REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD i
ZINC and LINSEED OIL-the best knot\n i
in front of the German club in out. Nobody enters our house. A paint materials for 100 ;years. .*
the singing Mexican and American fighting Use a gaL out of any you buy and if not the
evening, young gunner best paint made,then return the paint and Q,-tall ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.at .
German airs. with the rebels saluted "Old Glory," I your money cack.i .

The populace was infuriated by which flies from our roof, so we I i- HELM'S HARDWARE CO.

stories originating God knows where had him in for a moment. A nice I I close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith
that many Mexican women and chil- boy, but a little too important. We I RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS

dren had been killed in the streetsof slept well, and so did our tired visi- !I SHOULD USE Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida.

the large cities of the United tors. We had a pit dug in the pan-

States. try in case of more fighting.

t "A howling mob folowed our par- Try to picture our little bungabvr no Best Remedy

ty of 12 men, two women and chil- in its most gorgeous plot of flowers FOP all forms of

dren as we went to the train. We and pretty lawn, looking as gay as I
left there in the morning and arriv- you please, and Old Glory flauntingits I RheumatismLUMBAGO. t RESOURCES LIABILITIES

ed in Colima. We took coaches to beauty. The Union Jack is i I tt I

the center of the town and tried to whipping the wind at the office, and Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 I Capital $100,000.00

find a hotel. One after another of red, white and green banners wave I I Overdrafts 67.59 I and Undivided Profits 34,121.37
Surplus
'; the holtel proprietors refused to receive down the brown line of the road. I've |

us. They declared that the been hearing my chicks through the I I SCIATICA GOUT HEURALCIX Stocks and Bonds 26018.33 | Deposits 585,497.65

*. mobs Americans would burn were down sheltered.the buildingsif We flower I wish gard I could,1. forget that young II I! AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. Real Estate, Fur. and Fixtures :26487.37 ;, Due to Banks and Bankers 8,378,9r %
p
a finally found the British Consulate officer boy as: h(. passed the house I aI Cash on Hand and Due from j! t
with bo,lid Land I an, suftv to' C
i and Mr. McNeill the Consul told
us 301,970.31 .
Banks -
we would be escorted to a car at say they executed him at our gates I I STOP THE PAINCIvesQalckRelUf j I

3 the railroad station under guard and as he said, "Long Live the supreme i No Other R-ardy w -- I -- 4

w cared, for there until a train left for government!" uw tt I Total. .
727,997,99
Total 727997.99
Manzanillo the following morning. A Thank Heaven, there are no more ,' I!
mutilations to record. The officer
1 few moment later we were asked to young I
vas a mere cadet. It is the MBU "S-DROrf fRtt OM +
the center of of soldiers RCquOT
occupy a square f
which had been formed: in the Federal custom to send for these first"STARVING I Swanson lM.lMW.Uh Rheumatic*St,CMICACO Cure Co. i 1i1* GEO. E. NOLAN, 1

streets. The commander of this squadwas i 1
p
a gentlemanly fellow, who did ; ) y Cashier. :
all he could for .us. On the march "
TODEAT11"
. of a mile and a quarter ;o tie st i- 1 I.'r

tion the crowd followed, sh,)urina'in- il
sults of an unrepeatable iharacter. !

The women covered their ears. The Was Mrs. Bell of Florida When .

captain tried his: Lest to silence the i' '..! !HIll.. ....;.,... .. ..klW. .V.. Hi. )4.4 +.III"I'IIIIIII'IIIII..IIIIIII"'IIIIIII..U"U'U Dill ifill .1I.ItUIl. 11..11.. . .................
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rabble. At tIn railroad station we She Began Taking Peruna. =

were ordered I enter which -- -
) a car ------ --
appeared to be a cattle car, where we "Yes, I was starving to death," we heard from her, December 1912, 1"
said :Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna. lIIsi'
waited, sleepless until almost dawn.
Florida Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof I For l
f "Once an orderly came in and informed take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach, see "Ills of Life" sent
the captain of our guard that thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, i .
soured stomach. stomachwas Ohio.
on my My
there was a of infantry out I
company very much swollen. :My bowels,: The stomach and bowels are lined b
side which wanted to attack the car acted as if I had acute dysentery. I I with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8-room
and massicre the 'gringoes.' The was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the same ; a ;
I
captain went outside and doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat. Catarrh of i doors ,
dispersed I House 2 I
:
me no relief. Ivas continually the stomach and bowels Will derangethe m
these soldiers. Bat a little later he 1
growing worse. I II functions of these organs. The
had a more serious problem in a I Was In Despair. stomach can no longer digest food. r : west of Wyom-
I load :
'' company of cavalry, which rode up II The food lying In the stomach, even 1 Just arrived car f
N In my despair I caught at every for a short time, withou\ digestion : ing Hotel. Bar-
and which bent
was apparently on I
straw. Picking up a newspaper saw immediately sours. The souring pro- FORDS for immediate -
taking possession. The captain finally some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas.and irritation. !
testimonial from a woman who had gain.
:; sent them on their way after a
Food
Sours In the StomachA delivery.Get
.
been troubled much like myself. I t
deal of '
argument."A concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meals -
man ordered us to get out a I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed Into the system by the blood
little before four o'clock and we were the same time I wrote to Dr. vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe I !: A. L. Bentley, I yours nowF.
whole system, producing a condition !
F hustled into another car. We were Hartman. He pronounced my case .
half undressed at the time and catarrh of the stomach and bowels.I self poisoning.now known The as autointoxication fermenting, irri-; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE G. RUSH,

were forced to walk to the other car soon began taking Peruna. At tating mass, as it passes down Into Phone 226
once I began to improve. After tak- 'IIIIIIIIII IIIIIOIOOelt
the bowels irritates the bowels, producing I
with clothes in hands.
cur our Thel'cwere ing half a bottle my stomach was soimproved ,
sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
some Hed Cross nurses and soldiers that I could eat some." i .
sometimes the
producing very oppo-
in the second car. We were I Began to Recover. site, constipation.The W W W TT WWWW IIII'IIIII'II.t

huddled together at one end. Then this good housewife goes on average dyspepsia medicine :! TIME IS !
"The lire to Manzanillo to narrate in detail her rapid improvement helps to artificially digest the food. SUMMER :
passes and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does Its I I
through a wide and pestilential said "After taking two bottles of Pe- work it is only temporary. A penna- ; FLY TIME I
t swamp and then across a small runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when 1 I
mountain range. We were stoppedin to wash the dishes." When she be- the catarrh Is overcome. : Are those windows screenj j ; 1I 1I I
the swamp and awaited there the gan taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. :! ed yet? Patented detach- 1I I

parley between the commander of pounds. After she had taken five i. The symptoms of catarrh of the :; able hangers used on all ; | I
bottles of Peruna she weighed 122
stomach First heartburn. Sec- ladder need- I
are: No
screens. ; ;
the troops and Commander McGrud. pounds. She concludes by saying : t
ond, food rises In throat after meals.
that she is wellIt : cd to take off or put on i
Ka Third, sour stomach. Fourth, heavy
er."All when washing windows. ;
of us, men, women and children Was Twelve Years Ago. I feeling after eating. Fifth stomach :I

were without food and drink J The letter from which the above I bloated, belching of gas. Sixth, pal :| R.J.WALDRONContractor 3
Quotations were made was received pitation cf heart. Seventh, poor digestion 3f
? from four o'clock in the morning until -
January 29, 1901. In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth. : and Builder
five o'clock the next night. At written September 11, 1904, she says, tongue coated light brown. Ninth WOOD, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
last we were told we could go aboard "I sing the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. ; : 410 West StreetMtllllllMHHIMMtHM I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
near. It is used a great deal in our Tenth cannot bear tight clothes I Quick delivery. Cash.
Mexican vessel which in har- Apopka Plant
a was
.;
9-31-tf
t vicinity. This seems to be a bad around waist. I" Coil Yard, phone 565. I Co, Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
bor and '
we were escorted from the place for catarrh." We have received People who object to liquid medicines i

a railroad station to this craft. We letters from her since. The last time : can now obtain Peruna Tablets. Head the advertisements daily.: I Job printing at the Sentinel l Subscribe for the Sentinel 4l l






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BEATING THE BIRDS AT THEIR I BE SAFE AND SANE 12-YEAR-OLD BOY IS QUADRU
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s ,scs rrnrxrrr .rrr. Mrs; .stK Y
OWN GAME PEDAL AND GOOD WALKER j
1 HOW THE BRIDE CAN STORE __ $ fliWflJr t
I HER LINGERIE.The The Lord helps those who help 7d1Jr )7>>

r Any properly built biplane which themselves.But Birmingham, Ala., June 23.-A !t:

f lird! to lie up to dttp. has a light,pA'erful engine is stable I it is not to be expected that case of posible reversion to type is ;:

.: should I.'ne It riii;,lmaril full of when in their, provided it is intelligently j t those who deliberately transgressthe that of Thomas Armstrong, a twelve- ;, For
Kind of
Any Letter File
shelves as "'t'IIII< a bureau full! :Y handled. laws of nature, either through year-old boy of Bangor, Ala. Upon : a ,

1. r J( of drawee K :UTuminod.ite her The chief reason I have been able i ignorance or wilfully, are likely to the death of his father he was thrown I}.i

I lingerie. And these shelves mu t :x4s accomplish feats which other bird- escape the consequences. upon the community and sent to the Come to our store Twenty-five cents invested -

t! te fitted with HII edging; ot ribbon men have, never attempted is the fact Mothers allow their young childrento associated charities in Birmingham, i
and lace and chiffon put on '"1 in a file may save you several: dollars -
Iin:! the manner of pantry shelf that I have a good machine and have play in the crowded street and ,then turned over to the Juvenile

"; paper. known how to fly it. blame the automobile driver for the Court, which in turn transferred him in money by keeping your receipts in

I! This edging; costs, according to Give me a clearance of 500 feet sad result that calls for a little white to a leading physician. The medical
easy reference or save more than that
I| the 'elaborateness of IN pattern it from the ground, a place to land and casket. Men and women trifle with profesion here is using the boy as may .

i and the fineness of ltliaterial. ry then let things happen. If the aero- sad result that calls for a little whiteor an anthropological study. in valuable time not to mention the annoy-

"I a goodly price. But it can be plane upsets or slides, or the engine neglect their sanitary surround Young Armstrong has never learned -
i I made less expensively ance of being unable to find the
:;,
dies, and the airman is not asleep, ings and their friends lament the untimely to walk erect, but goes on "all paper you.
I It consists of a strip of satin
ribbon or a hemmed strip of sat it may be righted with compartiveease. and premature ending of a fours." He is physically strong and wish just at the time you need it.W. .

Iin about three inches wide. Over useful career. The fault is not with can run as fast as the average boy.

this lace is plaited and the two x" The master of a good biplane should our stars, but with ourselves, that His body and limbs are normally
S. BRANCH
I are fastened together: with chiffon feel as completely at home in the air we are sickly underlings and that we formed and developed. His arms are ,

roses or little satin fiowers. rY I was any bird that ever flew. In my recent do not live out the years we think we slightly longer than normal, presum-

The edging U tacked on the edge flights it has been demonstratedthat are entitled to. ably as a ,result of use in all-four
The
I of the shelves under the little :erI I Arcade Book and Music Store
flowers. Thumb tacks can be JIt a man-made machine is capable It has taken many years of sad experience walking. It has always seemed nat-

r used for the tacking. r i1:of things which no bird ever attempt- ] to teach us the dangers at- ural for him to walk in that way.

J Dust collecting? Of course it ed. How many people ever saw a 1 tending the promiscuous use of firearms When he was a little child his .. .
.
J( is. And foolish and frivolous to bird try to loop the loop, do a backward and fireworks on or about the mother died. His father married -

I boot. But it is dainty and a fit I spiral or revolve like a top and ]Fourth of July, and even yet only a again, but did not live long, and the rHammond "

>" finish for the piles of filsy: lingerie X sail earthward tail down? i few of us have a sufficiently vivid boy had to shift for himself. From

I the brides which! shelves.are stowed away on I.'1 t It is true that my\ latest craft was realization of these dangers to consistently habit and usage he can place his & GoreFUNERAL

built for the specific purpose toi i avoid them. The nation hands on the ground with his body ina
Slil R't R AAkU1ItStIttAAk A tAA3191eCA i
which it is being put. But for gen- wide call for a "safe and sane" cele- horizontal position. He says his
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
WITH THE COOK. eral flying a good biplane of the brzt5on of that day, (has lessenedthe back and shoulders never get tired

same fundamental type should be old time harvest of death, but from long walks.

How to Make Deliciously Toothsome equal in stability. It is only touchingthe it hasn't stopped it not yet The boy's mental development has REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

Jams Without Sugar. I extreme to assert that with an The two principal classes of sufferers been slow, but the physician who has

This is a fine wi. to make jam I engine of sufficient power an airman j from these patriotic excessesare him in charge believes that in six COMPARE

without sujrar Wash.,dry and pick I (could fly a piano box. By that I the small boy, ranging in years months he will be able to walk like
the fruit and boil It till thoroughly ]
cooked. Soft fruit such as currants I wish to impress the statement that <]from ten or twelve up to forty and other boys. He is being trained in OUR FURNITURE

etc.. requires no water but it is betterto I the airman of today has absolutely fifty, and the "innocent bystander." that; direction and has made some

put a very little with stone fruit : everything he needs with which to The first of these is the aggressorand progress. He is gradually developing We provide the quality of furniture that has long

Sweeten to taste with saccharine and 'fight the laws of gravity. Because the one that has made the Fourth mentally as well. been accepts I by knowing furniture buyers as the

if the jam is a red one add a few of this the aeroplane already occupies dangerous. The second can't help Physicians are studying the case standard of merit If an article is }here it is good

drops of cochineal or carmine color. I the place of a necessity commercial I himself. For the first it is hardly with exceptional interest in the belief It wouldn't 1 IK ht.'l''t.'rr it otbenv-si'!'; We can't make
Draw the pan to one side of the fire
and otherwise, for the present and fair to call these happenings accidental that.valuable anthropological and this point too clear-it i is one of the foundation stones
allow the jam to keep hot but do not I
let it boil ,1 ain. Next prepare the future day man. It is only a toss : for every one knows the risk and medical information may be obtained of ihU. business, and that means: much to any buyer. '.

jars most: carefully for the whole success I ahead to the time when the aerial express dares it because he honestly believes from his treatment.For .

of the jam depends on the tbor- j I will be no more a novelty than that he is smart enough to escape ten years the boy has traveledon

oujrbneswith which this is done. Unless overland limited trains are now. damage. It would appear that the all fours, and can walk for miles McNEll & DAVIS BLOCK,

it will every ferment.perm is excluded the fruit I I My new machine which has accomplished real accident occurs when nothing that way and keep up with other Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

j hitherto unheard-of things, happens and no one is hurt. boys. '
Choose these less
;:Itojars! as are J"
1 likely to contain any flaw than the I[such as flying at an angle of almost It is likely that so long as fire &y ,

earthenware! jars Wash the jars with :,J90 degrees, is the embodiment of works are manufactured and so longas Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- ) e .fij

strong; soda water rinse them in hot j many of my own ideas and the adaptation the small boy can finance the sit- fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22,

fresh water wipe them being especially j of the best principles of other uation, he will continue to blow offa Empire building. o-27-lm
-:+; (+(v ..
careful to dry the crevices. Soak
successful biplanes. It is not unlike few fingers, fill his skin with powder -

the covering papers use good parch- j j| the miniature Curtiss type, but at the and maim the innocent bystanderfor ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE-Two
went dry them and leave them till j
wanted, on a clean cloth. Place a small same time it is lighter, stronger, I many Fourths to come. And so, miles from Orlando. Part of the We Will Put the Reinsof

table within reach of the preserving: 'smaller and faster than any otheri as the situation seems inevitable, it old Holden grove. Write, Mrs Mark
White, Ocoee, Fla. GGd&wlmo.For .
I an. and on it put a tray with a clean I practical craft in this country. In is well to be prepared in advance to
I Success in Your
plate containing a scalded soup ladle. 't many of its qualities it without an render first aid to the injured, or at tile news read The SentirH!. *
nave ready to hand a small coal shovel equal in the wsrld. least to know in advance what to do

a box of matches two hatpins!' a stick C C S when such accidents come. Hands
of sulphur and as many small bits of
In my fourth flight with this craft, The burns and deeper wounds r
sulphur as there are jars Takes Off Freckles
Light the stick of sulphur over the and without seriously contemplating caused by exploding fireworks are ,

( coal shovel and hold it in the left I what I was doing, I performed the I II likely to produce tetanus, resulting Removes Tan.Beautify How? By furnishing you witha

band. Take a jar and hold it upside j I first backward spiral ever accom in its final developments in lock- perfect Fertilizer. Let
-
down over the sulphur for a few minutes your complexion. Get our representative
plished. Fifteen seconds, approximately jaw. The horrors of death from this '
and when it is full of the sulphur I rid of those freckles. You can
fumes set it on the tray upside down, were spent in the descent of cause are similar to those of rabies, invest 50c in a jar of WIG call on you. He will give you a
3,500 feet. The machine was upside wherein the patient is conscious to SOX'S FRECKLE CREAM +
to retain the fumes. Put the
so as
and t ey'I1 disa rear. Severe formula that will make and mature
down and under
hovel on the window sill outside and I perfect control every the end, suffering excruciating
cases may require two jars-
shut the window. foot of the way. J I agony. no more. We positively guar- fruit.
Stick a tiny piece of sulphur on the I I j Tetanus usually develops in from antee this, and if your complexion your

end of one of the hatpins. Take up By unusual flying I am not attempting I I six to eight days after injury Following isn't fully restored to

the jar and till it quickly with fruit to to curdle the blood of the j this the disease speeds rap- its natural without 1 beauty, 'Ire agree to refund your
I
money argument. And in addition
i within half an inch of the top of the
world.I Quite the contrary is mj< idly to its conclusion, and the time WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant
jar using the soup ladle to do this. toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow,
- If any gets spilt on the edge of the jar hope. The sole thing I wish to accomplish for treatment is before tetanus has and does positively remove TAX and

wipe it quickly but thoroughly off. is to instill into the mindsof the chance to develop. The danger sent FRECKLES.by mail if Try desired.it at our Mammoth risk. Price jars $1.00.50c- T ml1 rll r rtilihU Co1

Light the small piece of sulphur at the people of my own country the I is in the delay in getting treatment, WILSOX'S Freckle Cream FAIR Co.,SKIN Charleston SOAP, S.25c.C., makers.Wilson
- I the end of the hatpin and let it fall serious importance of the aeroplane, PREVENTATIVE treatment. For sale

burning on top of the preserve using in order that the federal governmentmay I The only reasonable certain byj.. N. MCELROY ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAcow < ;
the second hatpin to push it off the pre-
awaken from its coma and see
ventative known is the antitetanicserum
point of the other. -
that this nation takes its in the 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDleiIOIIIIIIIIIIIIOIOIOIIIJIIIIt+t.iIIIIIIIIIII13
the place of which has largely
Cover the jar quickly with parchment use so
{ and tie it down tightly with conquest of the air.-Lincoln Beachy, reduced the development of tetanus

string. Proceed in this way till all the in Popular Mechanics. that its failure is the exception. Its IIIIDIIIIt+tlllttttl.llllllll
jars are tilled.! Let them stand for
administration requires the servicesof
hours then store them
twenty-four
LIONS ATTACK TRAINER KILL but doctor in AiBYnaWona ?
physician
; a every
away in a toot dry. dark place. !If
exposed to light the jam loses color. HIM AND EAT BODY these days is prepared to give this PEASWe

I On ojtening( a jar for use remove the treatment.The .

ju-e of sulphur. It does not leave Chicago, June 22.-A squad of police danger from such burns is

the! slightest flavor. After opening, armed with rifles today had too serious to be trifled with. While

However, use the jam at once as it charge of five young lions and their the injury may not at first appear' Tako --
will not keep Car ui
mother, which last night killed and dangerous, the chances for infectionare !!

y How to Use the Casserole.An partly devoured their keeper, Emer- too many to risk. No sensibleman have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-

American housewife who Is not son Dietrich, the son of a wealthy who is not prepared to die, will HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name

acquainted: with this little brown Brooklyn, N. Y., architect. gamble with his life with the chances

friend the ('casserole feels a certain Whether the animals will be killed ten to one against him, when avail- ibo \ten's Tonic ing quantity desired. Price sure right.

amount of fright at the French name. will be decided after an inquiry into able medical treatment will increase
So called plain cooks feel themselves We carrconstantI)" a full line of crate material of
the, tragedy. The police planned to those chances to at least a hundredto -
too lowly to dabble in French cookery.Yet ....--
investigate why Dietrich went into a one for recovery. all kinds.
the casserole has no hidden mys-
teries to appall the simplest housewife. dimly lighted den with six hungrylions Therefore, if your patriotism leads
!
It is a covered dish made of brown without means at hand for his you to disastrous and unexpected FCHSilLEJlTttLDWISTSF4 II Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-

fireproof pottery which can be used protection. happenings, go to the doctor and go I It riers, etc. Phones 181.191.F. .
in the oven or on top of the stove. It George McChord, keeper of the quick.-State Board of Health Bul
comes in large sizes and smal individual -
'
lions, says that when Dietrich went letin.
dishes. The food cooked in
into the Teddy of the lions F.
cage one POPULA.RMtJ Dutton
these dishes is called a casserole of .
rice chicken spaghetti or whatever fawned playfully upon him. Dietrich TAMPA BOAT LOST IN GULF 14CS (
it may chance to be. ordered it down and the animal slunk 3 00ARTICLES
4 SANFORD FLORIDA
lie beauty of these little brown potsis behind, him and leaped upon his back New Orleans, La., June 22.-Be- ( ,

that the cheapest meats and all the crunching his neck at the first bite. cause of the incorrect transmission of 300 1 5-15-tf.
most unheard of leftovers will issue EI
The body was recovered only aftera the it here last
forth after the cooking as the moot name, was reported r'd ILLUSTPA
supply of formaldehyde had been t4' IIIIII & HMtMH C IIIII ; 1"1'11' i 11.11111 J.+;.
delicious of dishes. night that the schooner J. R. Allison r TIONS

Into a rtsserule! may be put all the secured and "shot" into,, the torn had sunk in the gulf and that the

odds and ends of the week so the "kill," driving the blood hungry lions. crew was being brought to New Orleans 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIOlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliliti

housewife learns to save the smallest awaThen it was "snaked" to the on the steamer Antilles. Popular Mechanics.I
amount of food. Such mixture as the
a door of the by use of a long
cage On the arrival of the Antilles today -
following is very common: A little coldtreat Magazine
hooked pole. During the excitementone New White Sailors
boat
it was ascertained that the
or fish, a spoonful of macaroni or "warnrM so you CAN UNDERSTAND rr"
lion leaped out of the door of the lost the J. 0. Ellison from Tam- .;
spaghetti one carrot a tablespoonfulof was A GREAT Continued Story of tie World'
peas or corn a little soup stock and cage and was at liberty the better pa for New Orleans, in command of Progress which you cay begin reading

k seasoning, and the whole comes out a part "of an hour before being recap- Capt. Charles Lawrence. The reportwas interest at any forever.time, and You which are living will hold in the your best The latest fad
most delicion-t! mixture. The next time tured. year,of the most wonderful age,of what is I
brought to Port Eads by the doubtless the greatest world in the universe. I
you have food left over try a casseroledish I
A resident ct Mars would
gladly pay-
pilot boat Jennie Wilson and trans-
and sow if It I by the ei.u-tf s.iiJI... I Arthur W. Pye, passenger traffic mitted 100 miles to New Orleans by $1,nnn SUBSCRIPTIONto FORONEYEAR-S

---- -- manager of the Clyde Line, is in telephone. this magazinem order to keep Informed of IN THE EAST H
How to Use Sacks.A I I Jacksonville visiting old friends and confirmed our progress in Engineering and Mechanics.
Muslin Sugar Members of the crew today Are you reading it? Two millions of your
practical housewife states' that she incidentally looking after; business.Mr. the story that the Ellison neighbors are. and it is the favorite maga.
zine m thousands of the best
has carpfnrared!! for all muslin sugar I Pye is one of the many old East foundered on June 15 but that the homes. It appeals to all classes-old American and
\ sacks ud: has found them very useful orida seminary boys who have young-nen and women. MISSES HAIILM\ & DUNN
I
during IiP' crew of twelve took to small boats The "Shop ]I ow" Department (20 pans)
: the summer to !': over I I
made good in the business and professional give easy ways to do tilings-bow to make
dishes: of cooked fowl when trey could and afer rowing twenty-four hours I nset&l articles for home and shop repairs,etc.

not be put in the cellar or a refrigerator ; world. were picked up by the schooner Helen I mike Amateur Mission lecbtnics"furniture(10,wireless pates outfits)tells,how boats to Agents for Barclay Corsets I|
:nd it was necessary to protect thefcMwl W. Martin and later transferred to. engines,magic.at.d all the things a boy loves:
from flies or possible insects. Buy your garden seed from DeLaney the Antilles. The Ellison was loaded'I $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS 4
A.k TWIT****im3t to thaw jw out otWRH
This U uvpfni fop tb country housewife & Abernethy. Just received a R FREE SAMPLE COY' TODAY McCalTs Patternst.
r, who c'If'lt not always have themod..rn big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf with phosphate rock. i popIECIIA.'aCS CO. i

improvement( I 318 Washington Se.CHICAGO
Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Try the Sentinel Job Department. I '1II II"IIJ'IOlllllllllllllllllaCIII.IIIIIf

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JOSiAB FERRIS. Editor and Owner. I T !
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Good Road Enthusiasts in State I Few Conecting Links Will Jake Owners of Empress Looked to Effii -
Orlando. FIor1.
Entered at the postoffice at ,
.-a. at Second Clas Mail Matter. Invited to Help Frame Paved Streets One Continuous i! ciency Rather Than Speed 'I
I I This Week
' SUBSCRIPTION' RATES i LegislationJacksonville DrivewayMr. 1 for Promotions !

? Daily 1 Year ..........................$500 .
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 I i, i,
Daily 3 Month ...................... 1-25 I Fla., June 23.-Pro- W. S. Branch has traced off on Canada :
Dan), 1 Month ....................... .50 posed good roads legislation, which II Quebec, June 23.When ,
I a city map the streets that are to be the Empress of Ireland wreck inquiry i
will be presented for at the THE LAST WEEK OF THE WHITE
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 100 i passage i paved with brick, and a study of the was resumed today Captain'
Weekly 6 Months ..................... .75 next session of the Florida legisla- shows that if four
I map only blocks Walsh, marine superintendent of the SALE WE ARE GOING TO TALK
ture, will be the general subject of a
'of connecting streets are paved the Canadian Pacific railway continuedhis
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TO ADVERTISERS:
meeting of good roads advocates who
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city will have continuous driveway :
one testimony in regard to the num-
will assemble at the Atlantic Beach
c.py for display aad all ..her hand-set t of from six to seven miles. This ber of boats and life belts carried by BIG !
advertising nut be banded in at the bauneu hotel at Atlantic Beach July 24 and
office of the Sentinel nut later than 2 p. m. distance could be covered without the liner. In each case the number .
the day before publication. This rule applies 25. Those interested in the meeting ,
going over the same street for even called for
found ,
by regulations
U chances far contract advertising; it 1'1 was .
a plan to invite all good road enthusi- '
e fnttnable and wif be strictly adhered to. i I one block twice, and with a return to have been exceeded. AND BIG ON
asts of the state, as well as officersof :
over a few blocks the driveway could C. S. Haight of counsel for the
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued the Florida State Good Roads association i
should notify the office in riling on be extended probably ten miles.A' owners of the collier Storstad which
the date or expiration otherwise it will be county commissioners and
car entering the city from the rammed the Empress, questioned the .
continued at the regular subscription rates, members of the legislature, to attend IMPORTEDSCOTCH
f until notice to stop u received. the conference.J. 1 north could drive down Orange avenue witness about the promotion systemin
to Central in the Canadian Pacific rail-
avenue, west on Cen- vogue
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914. P. Clarkson, secretary of the
tral avenue to Parramore street. way marine service. Captain Walsh :
State Good Roads association, is now
Here is where the first break said that the command of the
A 1 occurs, Emi i
six limits
mile drive in the city making. plans to send out letters to
but the paving of Parramore for the highest in the j
position
1' for automobilists wouldn't keep any those mentioned urging them to be j one press was
block south to Church street would service. I ORGANDIE
a- tourists from Orlando.
away present at the beach meeting.
I i give the car a return route without "Seniority is not the only qualifi-
o L. A. Whitney, a member of the
doubling back over the same street. cation for promotion?" asked Haight .
Keeping mediation together and board of governors of the association,(
Following Church street back to "No." MUSLINS
keeping Carranza and Villa apart is as well as secretary of the St. Pe-
the Peerless : (!Orange avenue the drive would continue "The more efficient men get the
keeping up nights. tersburg board of trade, has already
I south the aroundI better ?" !
on avenue captaincies
--()- given the assurance that he will be !
I Lake Lucerne and thence Burke "That is said Walsh. To those who
The which pn so, j follow Fashion's Caprices
assembly over Judge present for the meeting. Capt. W.J.
i street to Irene where the second link 'And does not include j
| efficiency
Speer presides will still be called a Hillman, of Live Oak, president of i very closely you will Know by taking up
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court of justice. Some mockery in the Good Roads association, will also I of one block is necessary to connect making regular trips? I
} that. be presentIt I I with Delaney street and give a return -!: "No," said Walsh. "Our captains ji any fashion paper that the character of

; flf is the hope of those backing the route. I II i. are ordered that they must take no : material that will be right to the fore for
The Dade Democratic | North on DeLaney street to An- risks when the lives of so many passengers -
county ex- i movement that this conference will the coming in fact will be
season-
would be involved. The abil- TILE
derson and west Anderson to' :
ecutive committee condemns the Bryan be an affair where a definite high i on
primary law as "a law that will way commission bill and if necessary i: West street, thence north again on ity to make regular trips does not en- LEADING FABRIC-none is more frequently -

L; allow nomination i West to Central avenue and east on ter into it." j
a by plurality vote additional bills can be gotten in read- mentioned than
:: instead of majority vote." iness for the legislature. The advice I Central avenue to East street would A life belt similar to those with ;I

o and co-operation of as large a num- I reach the next break .in the drive. which the Empress was fitted wasproduced. 1

Senators and Fletcher 1! This break could be bridged by I
, Bryan are ber of the members of the legislature paying ORGANDIEMUSLINS
having a merry,little fight over the as possible is wanted at this meeting.The t J''I two blocks on East street to Robinson "Is it customary to give instruc-I

selection of a postmaster at Jack- efforts of the good roads advo- I avenue. The drive would then tions to passengers in the use I

: sonville and both are acting real cates before the past legislature were .!1 continue west on Robinson avenue belts?" asked Justice McLeod."I iI I i

r stubborn about it-not to say bullheaded devoid of result, although some hard and north on Orange avenue to the think not," said Captain Walsh. E I,

Why not mediate, gentlemen work was put in at that time. A point of beginning. "I confess that in an emergency I 'I'j
would know what to do with
:,1 ? host of excuses were brought forth ''! In view of the large number of hardly I
* --0.- by legislators for the lack of enthu- i 1 automobiles in Orlando and for the that bundle," said the justice. j

j' The Orlando Sentinel is very much siasm they showed for improved pleasure of our homefolk as well as Captain Walsh put the belt on and i

; pleased with the quality of the rain highways in the state. i'1 the tourists, it seems that where such tied it at the neck.

that falls there. Next thing they It is the opinion of a number of : an extended drive can be obtained by ; .1

r will be bragging that it is the beston workers, as well as members elect of : paving only four additional blocks I i HE IS

earth.-Clearwater Sun. the next legislature that a bill carry- '': that the expenditure necessary is certainly i Having heard nothing from Editor :'

It is. Nothing but the best is good ing a specific plan for a county and I'.; worth while, and there is little Joe Ferris of the Orlando Sentinel, I' A TIMELY PURCHASE

,k enough for Orlando. state road system over Florida will' doubt that the city officials will do who has been ill with typhoid fever,

lif'0-- pass at the 1915 session of the legis- something along this line if enough it is reasonable to suppose that he I

i We seriously doubt any injury resulting lature. There is now believed to bea people express a desire for it. is getting better.-Sanford Herald.T.F.HOURIHAN j
It to Florida from alligator stories greater interest than ever for good By a very timely cash purchasethroughour

ffi' true or untrue. Florida is the roads among the farmers and busi- GERMANY AND FRANCE ABOUT ;11 11111111. rllllllll'l European Agents we are in the
best advertised state in the Union, ness men of the state. i TO TAKE HAITIEN CUSTOMS

[ and many citizens of states thou- | I; unique position of being able to get aheadof .

: sands of i miles away know more The work of bulkheading the lake !j Washington, June 23.-Reports
I the coming fashion through the pur
it about its climqjte and possibilities front at Sanford has been somewhat i, were current here today that Germany Licensed Plumber and 'I '

. 1; than some Floridians. delayed on account of the contrac- and France, dissatisfied with Sanitary Engineer I chase, direct from the Manufacturers of
3, -o forma- I Estimates Furnished. Jobbing ;
tors encountering a hard-pan t Hayttfs non-payment of debts to
I several thousands of Exclusive de
Attended yards
f The Presbyterians didn't quite tion, but they are working faithfullyand them, were about to seize the HaiI : Promptly to. ,

} knock a home run Sunday but they making all the progress possible I i tien customs houses. Secretary Bryan PHONE 629 I signs in
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landed safely on the half way station, under the circumstances. said neither government had intimated -;, 106 Court Street

in raising the $15,000 necessary to remodel i j any dissatisfaction to the I
their church, and they are Up to date painting, papering, etc., :'r United States. !: ORLANDO, FLORIDA Ii
pretty sure to complete the circuit is the kind you want Where to get j' 42llm SCOTCH SWISSORGANDIES

- before another Sunday. Itspeaks Entrican.it? That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T.1 i I Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf 1111111111111111111111011'f I

volumes for the public spirit and ,
generosity of the Presbyterian con .
3 gregation when they raise $15,000 in 1111111111'O I .IIIII'lellllot.tl llt'IIIJIIJIII111II I I"I'I IIII'I' :

one week. It is doubtful if the feat ;. I r

i has ever been accomplished before in BATHING CAPS JUST RECEIVED i it These people were very anxious to do
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Florida city of Orlando's size.
any business with us and made the price so

o 1. From Rubber manufacturers. Prices 50c The and 100. AH colors.
The refusal to impeach Judge Em- tempting we could not refuse such a splen-


:4 ment ory Speer in favor furnishes of the a recall powerful of the argu judiciary MCELROY'S PHARMACY : DRUGS P"ONf{ 20tHtlll"IIIIIIII''IIIIIIIIII did offer.

Here is a judge who, the J
These goods are worth and sold at from
} testimony shows, early in his judi- I
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cial career "ascertained the limit to 1111111111111111111111111111"1 75c. to $1.25 yd.Now.

r which he could go before liability to ,
impeachment for official conduct "tlllll oelllllelllll IIIIOII : "' 11111111111111111111111111111111' 1 1I

would accrue and went as close to I I I II selling at .

the line upon many occasions as safe- IY Ii i I

: ty would permit" Impeachment hav- ,

ing failed Judge Speer will continue t 29c.Write
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i to preside over a federal court not- .

withstanding the congressional com ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES

; mittee in summing up says: "It was

r rare, indeed, that a jury was permitted Commencement Day-an important event in the for Samples

to return a verdict contrary to lives of young people should receive some fitting mark

::' his wishes, regardless of the facts." of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

Is it any wonder that our courts are occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

coming into disrepute when such Jewelry?

findings are declared insufficient to

remove a judge from the bench? DIAMONDS AND WATCHES ,.

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It is estimated that preventable We direct the attention of relatives and friends to OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs

disease now levies upon the people of :' the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this
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store. From the most inexpensive of this season's a great help to our out-of-town customers
Georgia an annual,tax of nearly six- new-
teen dollars per capita. At a cost of I est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia ; make use of it whenever you can. Sam-
mond or Dependable Watch offer values ples or information cheerfully given. We prepay -
about ten cents per capita, every j I a we exceptional all
county in the state can be provided and assortment.A charges.
visit to store will be Write for one of our illustrated mail order
with a public health system that will I our appreciated and involvesno
steadily cut down this tremendous obligation to buy catalogs. We invite comparison of values.DIOKSON'IYES .

e tax, and add immeasurably to the '.
power and prosperity of the common-

wealth. Shall be make this investment -
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k in economic and human wel-

fare, or continue paying needless

tribute to sickness and death?-Atlanta -

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Truer words were never written,
and Orlando is to be congratulatedthat I
a board of health is to be pro- ,:' O [ CO.

f vided. The expense will be small in T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

comparison to the beneficial results I[

has that the will reputation accrue. Already of being Orlando one of j I DEPARTMENTAL[ [ S STOREOrlando's [

k the healthiest cities in the state, and POSTOFFICE

with an energetic board of health

constantly on the job, this can be
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGfttlltlllllliHIMIIMItiMIIIIIIIMtHIMiHMIHIiiiltilHt I Favorite Shopping place'i
made a model city from a sanitary

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FAVORITE THEATRE:

THE WADE TUNERORLANDO a ___ __ I a i HOUSE H U [ IN CITY
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J o Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. 10 I Hon. A. B. Newton's Chances of I t t

I I Admission 5 rents i Landing the Speakership

Mr. W. L. Lewis was in Sanford -- DUllDODQllDCDQllDCDQllDCDQllDCQTO t Are Good .... II I ..

yesterday on business. DAY'S PROGRAMA

Sheriff Frank Gordon is down in BUYS AND SELLS : '
I Two Reel Rex Drama Hon. A. B. Newton, of Winter i
Arcadia on a business trip. REAL ESTATE "FROM FATHER TO SON." Garden, was in the city yesterday ;,
Maj. J. B. Steinmetz drove in from A One Reel Victor Drama, Every
with his
host
"REMEMBER MARY MAGDALEN." mingling of friends here |
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Wekiwa Springs yesterday.Mr. __ I and receiving the assurances of those i

T. R. C. Crowell came down I -- ------- with influence in other counties that :j

from Sanford yesterday on business.Go 600 acres south of Winter NEW EQUIPMENT PURCHASED they would do all in their power to l iltoltiatth
a Ili
FOR ROBINSOYS STUDIOMr.
to Curtis & O'Neal's for initial Garden and west of aid him in his fight for the speaker-

stationery and correspondence cards, I ship of the lower house of the next
etc. Gotha, including 10 acre I and Mrs. T. P. Robinson have Florida legislature.Mr. .

Mr. Man, go where your friendsgo. orange grove. The entire returned from Atlanta, where Mr. Newton has already written to :
Robinson spent part of last week in
Go to Sunday school during tract covered with I every member of the next legislatureand
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attendance the national
on com"en'tion his chances of being successfulin

July.Mrs. for yellow pine timber. Two ,I of the Photographers' Association the speakership fight are excep- is guaranteed in
R. T. Peel left yesterday
miles of lake shore. of America. Mr. Robinson says tionally good, a number of votes hav-
Sarasota to visit friends for a few ,: that Atlanta is a royal entertainer ing already been promised him. every part and

days. 423imMIMIIIMMMIIHIIIIM and the sjourn in that city was made That Mr. Newton is one of the D D

Could your child say: "My father : most pleasant by the entertainment most popular men in Orange countywas particu ar.

goes to Sunday school," if asked the .. I[ commitee, composed of Atlanta pho- amply attested in the returns of I

question? !I tographers. One very interesting feature the primary of June 2nd, and every Everyone a

3Ir. C. R. Carter, former marshallof T. B. CLUB ENTERTAINED of the entertainment was an old citizen of the county will rejoice in

our city, is up from Tampa on a I fashioned Georgia barbecue, whichwas his success if he finally comes out masterpiece.All .

few days' visit. The T. B. club was very delightfully held about eight miles from the winner in the contest for the speak-
!
It is not part, city, all the visitors being taken out .
compulsory on your entertained yesterday at the i, ership.He that have
but its your duty to go to Sunday "Summerlin," by Mrs. Edward Hau- by street car. is exceptionally well qualifiedfor we

school during July. selt. Several friends substituted for j With the sanction and cooperationi the place, having had much legislative cold have made
I
of the national association an association -
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Banner and regular members and two tables of experience and being a man of

children left yesterday for Daytona players participated in the series of of Southern photographers sound judgment, broad minded loyalto j friends for I
was organized, to be known as thePhotographers' us.
his friends and to his
Beach to spend a week. interesting games. I generous opt -
Association of Dixie,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Quigg and Dainty refreshments were servedat I t ponents.
the be made from
I membership to up U
family have to Daytona Beachto the close of the afternoon. '
gone Southern states from Virginia to Allen &

spend a couple of weeks. I' Texas. GENERAL[ f FUNSTON N I l LOSES[ MAN Co.,

Rev. W. H. Cresson, of City Point, Miss Ida Jansen, who was operated While in Atlanta Mr. Robertson

will leave today for his home aftera on ,for appendicitis at the McEwan I bought the equipment for his new AT VERA CRUZ l Jewelers

short visit to Dean and Mrs. Rem- sanitarium a short time ago, is improving -I studio which is being constructed in

sen. rapidly and has been removed -! the Watkins block, and he says he Prompt Repairing.

Mr. "Doc" Wilson, who has been to her home.If 'I will have the latest improved lenses Possible That Wandered Into the

visiting in our city for the past week, you will aid us in an educa- {i i and cameras. His new studio will be Everything Guaranteed.
Mexican Lines and Met Same
left yesterday for his home in Au- tional move to raise the moral tone I I conveniently arranged and handsomely -

gusta, Ga. and character of our community,join fitted up. Fate as Private Parks [6. -ClO' "- d)

Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Ingram, of Red the Sunday school of your choice and I i Mr. and Mrs. Robinson took a run ,

I Wing, Minn., are spending a few attend through the month of July. (over to Chattanooga and Lookout Washington, June 23.-Brig. Gen.

days in our city with a view of locating Mr. Frank Arnold has been calledto 1 Mountain while in Atlanta. Funston reported today that the marine I
t ft t HIM*
here. New York to attend the bedsideof I private whose disappearance .

Let the month of July be a turn- his mother, Mrs. G. W. Arnold, : PRESBYTERIAN LADIES SPEND from the American lines at Vera

ing about of your Sunday capers. who was taken ill soon after reach- 1 PROFITABLE DAY Cruz has caused some alarm, is Hein-

Make it a go to Sunday school month ing there about two weeks ago. !I richs Thobe, who lately had been un-
I Some forty-four ladies belongingto der observation as to his mental con-
during July. Charles Huggins, Tampa boy, whois
( Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clark will close managing the Orlando branch of the Presbyterian congregation enjoyed dition. General Funston made no I : Ginger AleThe
mention of the of the miss- .
the delightful "sit-around" held possibility : .
their home on North Orange avenue the Consolidated Grocery company, ,
and leave for Washington, D. C., for spent the week end with former asso- i yesterday in their Sunday school ing marine having been taken pris-
oner by Mexican federals. best drink for the hot weather. We
the summer. I ciates and friends in Tampa.-Tampa r09m.I just re
Tribune. Mrs. S. E. hoes, Sr., Mrs. T. W. General Funston's report was sum- .
Mrs. W. H. Rust, who has been the I ceived a supply of Beufont Ginger Ale in bottles.
,I Matthews, and Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr., marized in this statement by Secretary ::
guest of Miss Guernsey for the past Mrs. C. B. Chapman left yesterdayfor i! I
were hostesses, leaving nothing un- Garrison:
Jacksonville to visit her daughter -
week, returned yesterday to her home
;done for the comfort and Keep Sanitary
pleasureof "Private Thobe left on out- :
at Orange City. Mrs. L. H. Bingham. They will I camp
both go in a few days to Grand Rap- all present. post June 20 about 2:30 a. m. and has :
friends of Mr. J. A.
The
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many ids and Petoskey, Mich., for the remainder -! 0 Many plans for work were discussed not been seen since. He took his rifle Santi-Flush will keep Closet Bowls clean. We sellit.
Arnold, who has been very ill for the 1
in to the
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of the 'summer. espedially regard and ammunition. From May 10 to 12
past few months, were glad to see ( .
'!remodeling of their church building, he was in the hospital for observationfor
him down town yesterday.Miss Mrs. Seth Woodruff and Master i
i i the needful funds for this having his mental condition. Some days
Richard Woodruff left for
yesterday '
Olga Powell left yesterday !been almost entirely raised this week. he threatened to run and
ago away
Jacksonville visit with Mrs.
to
i for Jacksonville to visit for a few Shep i, Several committees were appointed, return to the United States. A thor-
before going to Americus, Ga., Shine for a few days. They expectto I social chat THE SANITARY GROCERY
days, and the ladies enjoyed ough search has been made for him ;
sail the for
Tuesday on Lenape
to spend a couple of months. over their fancy work. and will continue."
New York city to visit with her 1
Mrs. W. G. Johnson and son, W. C. The bountiful and delicious repast CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
daughter, Mrs. Harry Hoffman.
Johnson, who have been the guestsof served at noon included cold boiled I I
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dickson, have We have been told that so many ham, baked beans, sandwiches, Sara- HEAVY EXPORT OF GOLD NEARI 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

E returned to their home at Atlanta.Mr. people have made arrangements to toga chips, salads of several kinds, ING END

W. E. Bishop, who owns the go to Daytona Beach for the week pickles, jelly, ice tea, bananas and a r
including the fourth of July, that it of home made cake. June FLOWERS AND
POTTED
atractive "It Suits Me" bungalow on variety Washington, 23.Treasury : CUT PLANTS.
is very hard to secure accommodations -
officials confident the
I' department are
North leaves
Orange avenue todayto
,
even at this early date, but we FUNERAL DESIGNSGRAND
spend the summer in Connecticut.Dr. SURPRISED HIS FRIENDSMr. unusual exportation of gold is draw-
feel that all will be cared for
sure I
P. H. Peak returned yesterday ing to an end and predict there will ... ,.., , , , .. ... .. .. ..
who are able to go. I A. of this and be little from
f from Ocala, where hewent Saturday S. Senn, city, gold exported now on
i Mrs. Fay Hubbard, of Dundee, were which had not been contracted for
t to visit his sister, Mrs. N. N. Phil- HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR I .. .. . . enu HtHHMntttMtHHH mil IM
i joined in the bonds of wedlock yesterday before the exchange rate fell. The
lips, who is there visiting her daughter. -
TilE SUMMERThe i at Kissimmee, Rev. S. W. I sudden decline in exchange rates toa
This was the first time Dr. Peak
jLawler I of the Methodist csuch, pe- point where the exportation of goldis
had seen his sister in 49 years. Dr. VIEWNewest
Home Laundry will close for forming the ceremony.The no longer highly profitable is takenas
Peak it the first social visit
I says was the summer June 27th. Will
open is one of the esteemed an indication that the heavy ship- .
groom
of any kind he had made in forty 'October 1st. At that time we will
I clerks at the Caruthers & Gore ments of made to Eu- :
years, and jokingly added that he give good service when help is scarce. grocery gold already
Thanking our patrons for the past | store, and the bride is an estimable rope have satisfied the demand in a I
usually got paid for his visits. business we hope to see them again '
t young lady of Dundee. Their measure and a further decline is expected -
October 1stHOME
'friends hope for them a happy life. by the treasury department.
DAYTOXA BEACH COTTAGESFOR LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel. and most up-to-date hotel in
RENT 6-23-lw { They will spend two weeks visiting "The exportation of gold is bound Ito

One three room and one five room i the former home of Mr. Senn, in I cease with the movement of the Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.

cottage next to Buckeye. Both on Eat what you want. I South Carolina, after which they return i grain crop from the United States to II

cement walk from Breakers hotel Eat all you want. I to Orlando to reside, having a I Europe," George E. Roberts, director : Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
Electric lights and nil modern con- Take a postscript and forget it.
home all furnished on West Central of the mint, said today. "Europe has :
W.
veniences. H.
Brokaw. Orlando For sale by all durggists.
Fla. 6-24-tf I l-T-d&w-lyr avenue. I already begun to buy large quantities : Valley. One of the finest views in Wes-

I I of American wheat, although the i I"i
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i wheat is not yet ready for shipment.; : North Carolina. first.
Open
July
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the fact that the heavy season for i :
:1 imports into the United States is 'Ii I-
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over, and there is reason to believe _

UCRNTODAY ;' that the heavy exportation of grain j: MRS. J. R. McFADYEN

.l :1 will make a more favorable foreign ji { ,

|j trade showing for the United States. I Ii

i Already fifteen ships have been I Io 6-2o.d&w' CANTON, N. C.HMMMMIimntHtltMHIHHttnMHHMMIMM.
chartered for wheat shipments to EU-

"Miniature Portrait," a one reel Majestic rope, and exporters are said to be .
seeking more vessels for July and
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"Her Heritage a one reel Beauty. August sailings. -
FOR SALE-A good little mare, ,4ltMt > MiMIIIOiMM,M.*
"Human Kindness 1.000 pounds sound, gentle, a good 0 i i
reel American.
a one i I TURKEY'S PROTEST FAILS TO worker, nine years old. in good order; Shoe
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"Down I CHANGE U. S. POSITION also good wagon. Will take $110 for ; Repairing :
on the Farm, a Keystone comedy. I Io horse and wagon, worth $200; have
1 10 use for her. J. E. Tracy,Taft, I by PARCEL POSTMen's i

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away j Washington said ,today June that 23.SecretaryDaniels when the Fla 6-23-1wk !

I \ again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. i cabinet assembled that Turkey's pro-i I I IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIC'I" Half Soles, 7se to 8se

I| test against the sale of the battle- '! ladies" Half Soles, 60e to 7Se

| First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents ships Mississippi and Idaho to Greece j Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750
had not altered his view, nor that of Geo. C. DolivePhone Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo

t the administration in favor of the I I Heels Repaired, 2c
Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if
sale.
accompanied All work returned in 24 hours.
:: : by adult purchasing first floor ticket. -- : Ordtrs without remittance re-

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MUNNIMAKERS
Lincoln, Neb., June 23.-Every -
l
' night in the year E. T. Hunger, for- Notices of Lost Wanted. For Sale For M NAIR LUMBER COMPANY.
Builders of Trans-Atlantic Flyer Are Rent etc., for this column. 25c for one day
merly chief of police of Lincoln, 60c for three days or f 1.00 for one week, for '

sleeps in his coffin. The homemadebox Making Every Effort for 25 words or less. Money must accent pan .
__ the advertisements fer this column a* no
stands on the front porch of the Early Trial insertions will be made on credit

., the Hunger residence, at No. 2314 '

Randolph stret, and at. night, after Hammondsport, N. Y., June 22.- FOR SALE ORLANDO:

r the neighbors have gone to bed, "Old The danger of encountering storms if Nursery stock, one, two, three and

5 |ilan" Hunger goes out and climbs the start of the proposed trans-At- four year old buds; Foster Early,

into the box. If the weather is cold, lantic flight of the America is post- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-

or if a shower comes up, he pulls the poned after the middle of July has ington Navel.Fla. Address Phone 2222.Mrs. M.3-13-tf Kahle, LimeWE
Apopka,. Royal Cement Agatite Plaster and Perfection
top of the coffin over the opening, caused the builders of the flier hereto ,

s leaves a crack through which he can make every effort to begin the trial
. flight immediately.It FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare ++fiCleOI'I"IIIIII'I'I"IIII" *
4 get a little fresh air, and calmly bargain; recently completely over- FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
goes to sleep. Mr. Hunger is now was at first intended that the fly- hauled and made good as new in ev- II

g seventy-six years old, and for many ing boat should try for the London ery part; guaranteed first class con- AND DO ALL KINDS OF

years he has been sleeping in his cof- Daily Mail prize of $50,000 in the dition; must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRING I
sacrifice. Come address White
fin. early fall. The time was changed to or I II I
Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
in July after Lieut. J. C. Porte,
"And I made that coffin myself, early 4-23-tf J
pilot of the America, decided to fly : ORLANDO
y too, he says proudly. "Costs too
by the southern route, and make stopsat FOR SALE-An A-1 motor boat.
much to die in these days. So I
the Azores and in Spain, insteadof Eighteen feet long and has four I t
thought I'd play a joke on the undertakers horse power engine. Will sell rea- l
make the entire distance
i and make my own coffin, attempting to sonable. Call at J. L Empie boat

a while I was well enough to do it. SoI flight.If across the Atlantic in a single shop on Gould street 6-18-2w DR. L H. RAMSDEU I i Water & Light Co.

got me some inch plank about a take FOR SALE-Six room house on lot
the flight does not place
foot wide and several pieces of 2x4. 184x180. Forty bearing fruit trees. OPTOMETRIST I '

I put the latter at each corner to early _next month there will be dangerof Will sell for $1,900. Address Box (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likina) I
encountering the heavy storms 294. 6-21-lw
3 make the box stable and then I nails -

: ed it together with 8-penny nails. which are frequent throughout the I FOR SALE-One 16-inclte1ectric fan, ORLANDO, FLORIDA i iI I I ElectricityGas
latter of the summer over the
part practically new. One offi-
army
Whole thing cost me les sthan $5, butit's
southern route to the Azores. cer's wall tent, good as new. Ad-
strong enough to hold a man i
dress Box 444, city. 6-21-tf
; about my size without any trouble. _IMIMMIIilHIilliMMMfFor I

And won't these undertakers be mad MAN IN AN ALL DAY BATTLE FOR SALE-A few young registered Water Ice i
Poland China boars. If interested
I I
WITH GIANT SEA BAT
when I die and they can't get
any answer at once. Address. J. H., care
of my money?" Sentinel 6-23-tf Sale !
Mobile June 22.-A bat
sea
great
The Hunger home sits back from weighing, more than a ton, was cap- WANTED white woman compe- i Office No. 18 West Central Ave.
the street and there are trees all tent for general housework. Ref- OR : !

l around it. In the summer these trees tured in Mobile Bay by Thomas C. erence. Good home and wages for

Cairns, of Birmingham, Ala., after an right party. Phone 515. 6-21-3t i I
t shade the porch and the grewsome EXCHANGEFive :
all battle and
day twenty-five men
cannot be But
object seen plainly.
hauled it out at Bayou la Batre. It WANTED-One thousand to five '
f when winter strips the limbs and thousand feet of second hand two- Room Houstf, built < Telephone No. 6

branches, Mr. Hunger's home-made had towed a powerful gasoline launch inch or one-inch iron pipe, deliveredat

; coffin can be seen by all passersby.For for six hours. |i' Orlando or Plymouth. AddressR. of cement blocks 24x36, ; ;

more than twenty years Mr. The fish was fourteen feet across M. Hudson, Healey Bldg., Atlanta.6-18-6t Cartri;ht shingl s, two 1
Ga.
the back and ten feet six inches from : '
z Hunger was a constable in Lincoln lots some I
100x150 young
the mouth to the beginning the tail ,i
and one of the best known men in FOR RENT
it not old fisher- peach, and ; ; ,
weighed
the city. But the fact that he sleepsin Though was ,, orange grapefruit

his coffin every night is a fact men believe that it is the largest : trees. Driven well i I t+C hbdObfifi3} 44ai44d1y}"' ''''& t. I IW 'WI' F... iTo
FOR RENT Two office in
landed in the Gulf of spaces
known to few others than his neighbors specimen ever I our store at No. 9 W. Church street. 200 feet. X I II I-

i4 and close friends. Mexico. The other one caught near ;: Come in and we will show you. Pierce
Him :Mobile, weighed 2,500 pounds it is' Electric Co. 3-29-tf Address : the West and NorthwestVIA
No Undertakers for
I I I I
said. This
happened fifty years ago.
"Hope I'll die some night right in i -VIA-
Mr. Cairns says that the fish was TO RENT-Some very desirable modern Box 424
that coffin the ex-Chief of ,
says houses. 563.
I Daetwyler, phone
sighted off Dauphin Island in the
Police. "My family knows just whatI !I early morning. The launch was 4-26-tf I LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND
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want done. I want them to nail (Kissimmee Florida : ;
FOR RENT Six house in first ,
driven alongside and a harpoon was room ,
that lid on just as quickly as they thrown into the fish. The harpoonwas class condition. No. 210 N. Orange 6-8-im 1 i SOUTH ATLANTIC! LIMITED I

know I'm dead, and then haul me out avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- _
attached to 600 feet of one- lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf
to the cemetery; don't want any of .. i Dix'e Dixie SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
to quarter inch sash cord. The fish Limited. Hyer.

those undertakers holding me up for 'tIOeel'8t'I'IIIKills L.......12:31ara 3.13pm I T Orlando ........................ S.lupca;
towed the 18-foot Haunch C.
bill for funeral No occupiedby MISCELLANEOUSBIG 1 v Orlando A. C. L.... 6:45am! 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30pai
a big Jacksonville. A.
.t
expenses. Mr. Cairns and the boatman, developing -i r C. L... 9.i.Rm 8:23pm; T Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:15pm
I Jacksonville A.
sir; what's good enough for me to I I y C. L......11:30am; 10:25 pm T \\a>cross, A. C. L. ..............10:%0 pm ,
A.
rate of Sev- v Waverois
a high speed. STRONG SWEET POTATO ..............
'
G. S. & F. 3:46am
F....... 5:13pm 4:15 am r Macon ;
sleep in is pod enough for me to be 1 r Macon. G. S. & ..............
eral times when the fish would come PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall LICE? r Atlanta. C. of Ca....... 8:03pm 7:2 am r Atlanta. C. of Ga. 7.Vain
............
buried in. I r Knoxville, L. 1; N. 12:1 a pm
to. the surface Mr. Cairns would fire variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart'sChoice The lice question is quickly' : r Chattanooga W. & A.,12:18am 11:55am: r Corbin L. & N ................ 3:16pm
The old man has his sleeping box with apparently no effect. banana plants at lOc. apiece, settled if you dust )out foals with I r NashYille.N. C. & SU L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville. L. & N. .............. 9.00 pm

nicely arranged. He built the casket i or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good r Indianapolis "a. L. -.- .. .. 1 h''I am
When la Bart reachedit Lice Powder St. Louis. L C. & L. 4 N. 2:50 pm 7:20: am
Bayou was Ar
time to set either. The Bear's Head Conkers
little bit deeper than usual Ar Lexington, L. & N. ............ iSO pm
a
; required twenty-five to haul the : Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. It's safe,quick, and surc.\ I,Ar HopUnsville L. IN........... 6.27pm Ar Cincmantu L. & N. ...........-.. 8.50pm
and then he fitted a set of springs in monster on the beach. No scales : 64d6twlti Sates your poultry profits because it |Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9.28am 9:25pm r Kalzmazoo G.R. & L ..........I%: pm
the bottom. On these he I Grand Rapid, G. R. 1 I.
placed
a the fish Ar Terre Haute C. & E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am _r_ ;
>; small mattress, and then come his large enough to weigh were 1! Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, the Lice I Ar_Chicago! C._& E. L..... 6:50pm. _6.50am_ I I r Cleveland.. .. ,_Big Four ......:::....: .. 7:15am
blankets and quilts. available at Bayou la Batre, but old at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. Doesn't Harm Chickens -

fishermen guessed the weight of the : 5-19tf. Puce 25 cents SO cents and$1.00. DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
til "Heard of lots of people who've For the mites that rude m the cracks by
of section dra'W
monster, sometimes called a sea bat day and prey on chuLens at night I Solid train composed ng. Solid tram, composed of electric lighted
Y built their own coffins, I suppose?" Sentinel want ads. are money get your poultry house ash spray W For 1 oom sleeping cars observation compartment
Pullman sleeping and coaches
and weighed more than 2,000 pounds.HEALTHY Coskej sConkey's ars and dining car between Jacksonville and drawing-room car: -
says Hunger. "But you don't very : ters. Try them. lice Liquid FMr..Mr.kiCkus ,Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and

often hear of a fellow who turns them out thoroughly Quart 35 ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville, Louisvil.e and Indianapolis;
Don't wait for every one in town to cents,hail gallon 60 cents gallon sun J DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
round and sleeps in it after he's made : For the deadly head louse use .
HAIR..NOMOR have Entrican, the painter, before CONKEY'S HEAD UCE Solid tram, carrying electric lighted conv Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
it, do you? '' you try. Am too busy to look you OINTMENT artment observation sleepers and electhcighted : Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand

"I don't like this thing of putting up. Phone 636, and I will be on the [HtCt\-r and dorsn"t harm chicks 10 a e t : section drawing-room sleepers. Fut, Thursdijs of each week. Dining far
[ DANDRUff job. 1-20-u a-J 25 cents Money back d these lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car Dhti.I .
jewelry and expensive clothes in the preparations do not suety.TeCLC.k. erves meals a la carte. :service between Atlanta and Cinc
I
i ground. They are needed here on the C.a..d..LO. ,
Use Parisian Sage. We insure your life and loan you ";;.- ..J1.L.Ml'Io" ht 5fcRVATlONs-AM rMuiiMAiiGN. v7SIfb UK C'mli

t surface. Thousands of dollars are It's needless have :| money on real estate at 6 per cent P. F. LAUBACII I I W. R. O'NEAL City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent
wasted that tway every day. Now entirely to unsightly interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando I
matted thin faded hair. A
or
:, I'm going to die simply and I wantto little care is all that is needed to makeit i Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. '"
3-25-d&wtf
be put away just as simply. I've thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand I j Q JI 11..11 II II t It 11+$ fit-. I- I ; 11++ n--C ...... I U, ."-. '' tt
w +i Aflr"IIQt \ \ \i r.iilii IQ$44'$44 + 1'4
Jflli i ilii ii. ( !
: got things fixed so that all the ex- free from dandruff. 1,I If you want your bicycle fixed in

expense will be the digging of thegrave. Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair ,, a hurry take it to Warman's Repair

I'll furnish and needs and is absolutely harmless. It Shop. 125tf. fiT'S
the coffin
my I I
quickly stops itching head and falling I 1 TIME TO TAKE UP THE H HOUSE
1' son has a wagon. We are not goingto hair, and is one of the best tonics to T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

have a preacher. And there will invigorate the scalp and make the 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf

not be any funeral exercises of any hair grow long and beautiful
4_ kind. These here undertakers chargea Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today !I 1 It will pay you to let us do some .

a fellow' more than a hundred dol from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any ; of your printing. We do it right.

lars. It's drug counter. ,It costs but 50 cents. f FURNISHING I I Q QUESTION[ I IN R RE4L.i.aihli [ l
outrageous. Rub it info the scalp-all dandruff : Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
"But then I'm only seventysixyears dissappears-your head feels fine- is the kind you want. Where to get

old and I don't expect to die the hair is pretty and perfectly !1 it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.

jet for about twenty years. My healthy. :1 Entrican. 1-20-tf

grandmother lived to be one hundred i Read the Morning Sentinel. Price TEST
CARNATIONS h carnationsand ids. Vans
: and three and in twenty years I will cut 10 cents a week.
roses. J. M. Caruthers. I

be when seven she years died. younger But if I than live she to be wash a 683tIf Find what you want in Sentinel Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

hundred years more I'm going to your paper is not delivered "wants." delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

: like sleep it.in that coffin every night. I promptly, don't fail to notify the office.''I\i Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-


M As%I Sleep, so May I Die. ble in every sense of the word.tIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ"I.'e" .

Hunger is an interesting character.
. i
x He was born in Germany and took
Ready for To-morrow 1 '
s part in the Franco-Prussian war. After I I \ CHARGE ACCO LINTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

that conflict he came to America Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than

was a roustabout on a Misissippji other farm animals. In order to insure thorough I am using Bee Dee I j to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of join-
digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDICINE: with
River steamboat for a while and then my horses regularly andLad
horses readier for next day's work add to theirevening it a saving propositionon ill clubs other Our salesmen will this
or formalities. explain
went over to South Carolina, but he feed a teaspoonful of- feed. It also makes ; ; : any

didn't like the drifted them healthy thnvmeandclean.
country, so we .
around. He was a street car conducto Bee ]) STOCK In Johnston, | | feature to yotf.Kincad.
ee R. F.D.No.1,
in Philadelphia and held different MEDICINE o'NeiII.Nebr. "I'II"'I""tit. tICI .C IIII'IC'O"'IIII'GI"II .

positions in a dozen cities. lIe was
It will lessen your feed bills.
married in Ohio and he and his bride 25c, 50c and $1. per can.
It will Increase your profits. At dealer's.
came west, settling at Lincoln. your
P R t
"You can never tell just what will

happen," said the old man, as he sat & Snowden

on the side of his box. "You see I
may be called upon most any time tot Cow Peas! Co\\t Peas: !

occupy this thing permanently andI Clay .3.O0 per bushel I

certainly am ready for that call. I Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ..................... 31.2J per bushel !
Furniture of Characterat
have soon enough of life anyway. Unknowns ].:; per bushel

"As I sleep, so may I die, and as Whippoorwills ..... ... .._ ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 309 per bushel
Mixed Peas ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 2.S5 per bushel
they find me, may they let me be,
r; We pay freight on al orders for cue bushel or mare ..at above prices. If wantedin Popular Prices.
said Hunger. "Some morning when .....a a t
large quantities we will promptly mail.samp!" and quotations.
Fy they come to wake me they will find

{ me sleeping the long sleep. Then EILGOEE SEED CO.
Cor Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
I want hem not to disturb me, but ,

nail the lid and cart out
just on me
PLANT CITY FLORIDA
to the cemetery. That's all. .Q4rM48\M\414H'4+ i '; ''t11t'SSS'' ':''lt !t t:+++ aafe:::+Itt: ::!:::

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

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and external
inch brakes, internal ; springs-rear, three-quarter
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gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver '
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.

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BATTLESHIPS -
THE
MARKETOf
DR. J. C .HOWELL I -L IN A-

July 2ndTO Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointment I
Admiral Sir Percy Scott Says Future '
No extra charge for house; treatment Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of
Beneaththe QualityFRESH
Warfare Over and Telephone connections J

Water Office cor. Orange; and Central) Area
Savannah, Ga. $7.00 House. AND SALT MEATS

London, June 22.-The day of the Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME
dreadnought with its heavy defensive Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St. i Only four and one half
armour and its thousands of tons dis And return fromORLANDO 12-5-tf. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
placement and armament of heavy blocks from the post
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh |
and in its place .
+ guns has passed, office East Side. A
t terrible aircraft and and pure.

I w, submarines made comes by the Admiral more, according Sir to Percy a statement Scott, Via H J JUST U PEN EDPOPE'S variety of fruit. We are We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have f

one of the greatest authorities in the Atlantic Coast Line going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Line.

While not all of the
British navy. Tickets on sale July 2nd, final erty and have put the
officials concur in everything
navy Scott's state limit July I4th. Tickets will LUNCH COUNTER The PARLOR
contained in Sir Percy | MARKET
price at only $2350. J
!
be trains
ment, they appear to agree with him good on regular going I
i that with the wonderful development and returning. For information SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS Reasonable terms.
in the use of aerial machines and sub or Pullman reser- I H. M. Self & Co.

marines a revolution in naval war vation call nearest Atlantic -
on I
fare is to be expected. Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper Atha PINE STREET I

According to Sir Percy, such co SODA FOUNTAINOPEN
W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A.,
lossal engines of destruction are being 111 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor j i Phone No. 80
w. D. WHITE D. T. A.
built in vain. Submarines and DAY AND NIGHT
aeroplanes have revolutionized naval ORLANDO Phone No. 311 !+4i 1.'IIIII"'IIIIII'II'I'I"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.r.

t warfare, he says, and the safety of Y. R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger -I POPE & BUTT PROPS I i ,

r4 the British Islands' empire lies in the Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division ] 37 W. CHURCH ST. I I- --
possession of an enormous fleet of Passenger Agent I
r these instruments of warfare. He declares I TAMPA " , 'ItltllMmitMIIMH. . . . _w._.

:
"No fleet can hide itself from the
aeroplane's eye. No vessel is safe,
even in daylight, from the insidious I fdre $ 32.Q W. M. SLEMONS
l.ijl\\ .
attack of the submarine. \ -1V DAILY BETWEEN

"I see no use for battleships," he BUffALO

adds, "and very" little employment for _' ,., EVELAN D

fast Naval cruisers.officers of the future, in Sir a New Goods
Arriving
1 Percy's opinion, will live above the Daily

; sea or under it. The strain on their ,
system will be so great that a long
term of service will be inadvisable. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

I It will be a navy of youth, he says, Length 500 feet;breadth feet 6 inches;510 staterooms and parlor accommodating 1500 pawn'ern.
Greater IB coat-larger la all proportion*-richer in all appointment*-limn any steamer on I
requiring only daring. With a flotilla inland atm of the world 10 tenia.June 15th.Magnificent : I I
l of submarines commanded by daring Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" i
We sell high ;grade Men's ClothinglIats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
young officers Sir Percy guarantees Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May ht to Dec lit .

they would get through the defenses j Le AmveOreland Buffalo 900P.M.: 1.11. Arrive Leave ClewLmd BuLlo 900P.M.7JOA.1LEtttern made by Schloss Bros., cf Baltimore. i "King Quality" Shoes.
i into any harbor and sink or materially ( Standard Time)
damage every ship in it. Connections Ortland for Patin-BavToledo,Detroit and all point Test and Sonthwnt.Railroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. I Elliott's Table Linen and Towel,
i ticket reading between Buffalo and Qereland are goad for transportation on our teamen.
i "What, then, is the use of the bat- Ask your betel agent for ticket via C.&B.Line Write na for Dandrame illustrated booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr DrGoods from H. B. Claflin/ & Co.
tleship," he asks, "seeing it is not THE CLEVELAND &; BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, 0.St. .
safe either on the high seas or in & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
harbor?" and concludes by demand- i

. great fleet of submarines, airships
t'' and aeroplanes.
Commander Carlyon Bellairs takes 'MlnJl

big issue battleship with Sir being Percy doomed Scott ,as but to con-the !i r ,,hmfl; ,, f 1fi W. M. SLEMONS

curs with him in regarding a revolu
URANGE AVENUE
tion in naval warfare as effected by ,

the development of the torpedo. I :?? f''' tc..ttttO.f. '' ' ' .... MilUMfffl ',., .---"

PRESIDENT FAVORS SALE OF II,1 u I

TWO BATTLESHIPS 1.r11'1 1. "' ,"
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Washington, June 22.-President :' t- ...IIIO..O.II..e. IDII. .$ \UNLI I LOll 1 "MMMMH MMIMM"m'i .
Wilson told inquirers today that he' II '' '' '' '' 111'' "IUi ll I I " 11" I" "MI
'
.
was supporting the provision in the a s ? !
.
Ui""II r4 i9
I naval bill to sell the battleships Mississippi -
i
and Idaho to Greece.. He has''I i T. i I Low Round Trip RatesFROM '

been assured by A. Vouros,,Greek JACKSONVILLE !

charge de-affaires, that the battleships ,. . SUMOKING
Leili $37.75 Clk $43.50 CinciamU $33.00
are not to be used in any immediate lilt'', DtarerColtrad SSM St. Paul 5575 Lninii:. 31.50
.
told call- 1,7 Sprinp 58 it Dihri t\M Kaomlle 21.40
Wilson
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Salt Lake City 71.60 Winaiptj 76.75 Ef ti3e 3275
ers that if ue had any idea that the 1 ,' leHowttaatPtrtlaii _- 10600- 7811 T Montreal.roat. .- .. .- 48.90 55.4 ladiaiuponi FnacaLkk! -- -- 3633 35.20 How do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitch-
vessels were, to be used in the near Seattle 106.00 Petnkey 5158 Toledo 41.10la I I
future against Turkey or any other j t 1 S.i Auelts FraaciK-- -. 89.50 89.50 Mickuuc BiiffaU -. .. .5360. 47.43 Cat Detroit U>qBa. -. -- 43.50 47.40 f; : en hot and stuffy with a dirty wood or coal range, or do you
the bill. Gacier: Park 82.75 Hajari Falls 47.40 Mammoth Care 30.90
nation The Greek he would charge not support and Commander I I i iota Michigan Low rates,the otherake*in and Colorado Rocky Moudntaas.CProdportionally I I have a clean, cool and comfortable Gas Range?

Tsouklas, of the Greek navy, had an f low rates from other points in the State. I
1 iii Tickets on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct. 31.
engagement later today to discuss We reductions June and
Rus- c VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT are offering some great during .
the question with the president. I' LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.
tein Bey, the new Turkish ambassador ..-' V Coicg through St.Louis returning through Chicago, I would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for you.
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also had an engagement with the A or vice vena. Liberal ttop-overi on all tickets.
president, but White House officials : TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
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train daily
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that the am-
denied any suggestion
routes.
bassador was to protest against the 9
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projected sale of the battleships to j tl; Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. Orlando Water & Light CompanyGas I I1""IIIIII'III"lr"II"II.t
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and other information,address,
countries. car reserrabons I
ened war between the two IJ
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H. C. BRETNEY,

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as a man of "literary attainments, r
oratorical ability and keen intellect" J

The committee says that it seems
r I / incredible that the famous Huff case, t
involving a large Georgia estate,
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.'.: That Judge Speer has allowed his
friends liberal fees in bankruptcycases
the report says, can not be : ? 1T
WAY IS THIS WAY
THE SAFE
I questioned. However, the report says, I
charges have not been sustained that : ,
Come to the State Bank of Orlando and Judge Speer was guilty of unlawful I : ) : >: ;

open jour savings account with $1, or any and corrupt conduct in cases wherein I X.y > ;' A Mdarjcidyfact(( ( :( ( 11
his son-in-law had fee.
I larger amount you have. Make regular de a contingent .
The report also says that the following -I
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posits every pay day. Put in an extra dollar or charges have not been sustained .

two whenever you can spare it. Keep faith to the extent that they should .J,!
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'ourself-apoid the temptation to let money
t i That he has abused his official *
slip through four fingers. : power by using court officials as
pri-I that each setting sun, brings tiS' ll" arcr the end.
I vate servants.
That is the safe way for you to save mon
I That he was guilty of oppressive ; When ended
your days arc Tat about
i ey. .It is the only sure way. We will pay you and corrupt conduct in allowing the I) 11 loved ones? your

' 4 per cent interest to help and encourage you. dissipation of the assets of bankrupt
estates. The committee says, however Today is yours! Let it not close without

The State Bank of Orlando certain, that the cases dissipation has been of"deplora-estatesin ,: making a start toward placing your homo on a ..
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: ble.' \ business basis, and providing your loved ones :

I That there have been corrupt -.;; : with a systematic plan for their maintenance ::

.- i abuses of orders in appointing receivers now and hereafter.
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I. It is stated that the circuit court I .. Let us help] you. "It is a :pleasure. to SCl'VCYOU." :. :.

of appeals has found it necessary to I <. ; .

criticise Judge Speer for reckless is-I .' ,;....,.. .. .....::'
suance of injunctions.The I I .
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other charges declared unsustainedto ;;
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' STREET PAVING ed to draw up an ordinance givingthe include: ; H .. ,. : .- .

n (Continued from page 1.) city authority to take charge and I I! That Judge Fperr uses drugs ex-I '"
of the city for improvements of all have brick relaid where pavementsare cesively. The evidence on this point .
; kinds. The lack of room around and torn up to make sewer connec- I I is declared quite insufficient. i 'W 1if :
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accommodations at the Coast Line tions. Where the plumbers do it they I!. That he used court funds for per- I 1W'

_, depot was also discussed and an effort are compelled to relay the brick be- sonal uses. .. ... .
fore the soil has had time to become I
will be made to devise some way That he has disregarded mandates .

by which automobiles and other conveyances packed and the result is a poor job. of the court of appeals. ' :' ..... .. .. ... .: .. .. .' .. ... ...' .. .. ..:: .....
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can get to the station.A The city will relay the brick loosely That he has allowed improper court i ::' .r--: : : : : .. :: .:. :. : : : : =-:. : ::. ".:..:, '.:' .... :.:... :.. :./:..: :. ;/ :
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tax certificate was ordered can- ;, costs, although stated 1
celled against lots 16 and 17, block D, and will then go over it again,' been more or less indiscreet in mat- 1I I
the being church property in smoothing out the rough places and ters of this character. !' Judge Speer which are in themselves been exercised in a despotic and autocratic NOTICE TO SIDEWALK CONTRACTORS -
same using the street roller to get an even legal when taken together, develop the not
yet
cL colored town. That he was guilty of unlawful manner by judge can I
The tot at the corner of Railroad surface. I and oppressive conduct for private. into a system tending to approach be questioned"J.
: I a condition of tyranny and Bids will be received by the City
r'' and West Church street was ordered I ends. Council at the City Hall to 2 m.,
up p.
filled in, it being low and forming a : Mr. Edwin Rufus Russell and Miss That he unlawfully seized and sold oppression. There has been an in- W. Crawford of Bartow was June 26th, 1914. for placing side-
bad mudhole in wet weather. i Gaeye Dora Gray were happily married : property. I. equitable exercise of judicial discre- painfully injured by a tree falling on walks where ordered by the City
: An ordinance providing for the in Brooksville last Wednesday.Mr. : The committee also declares not tion, many instances pf which have him Wednesday. He was rushed to Council'under Ordinance No. 348.
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:i screening of all privies was passed. Russell is the able editor of the: sustained the charge that he attempted been frequently criticised where the Plant City for medical treatment, Specifications, June 22nd.may The be City had after Council Monday reserve --
dL It carries substantially the same pro- Brooksville Argus, while the brideis I to bribe officers appointed to act cases in which they' were committed where it was found that although his the right to reject any and all
visions as are contained in the sug- one of Brooksville's most charm-, as custodians. have been reviewed by the courts of I injuries were painful they were not bids.
4. geted ordinance furnished by Dr. Pil- ing and accomplished women. : The.majority of the subcommittee appeal, while in others litigants were serious. E. F. SPERRY, Mayor

lans and published in the Sentinel ;I in its conclusions, however, says: unable, financially to prosecute ap '
I Dutton's, Sanford
F. F.
Peas at
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Saturday morning. It will pay you to let us do some I "The record details a large num- peals. Find what you want in Sentinel
3 i Fla. Write or phone for prices. a
City Attorney Massey: was request- of your printing. We do it right. ber of official acts on the part of "That the power of the court has "wants." |,6-19tf.

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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.


WE MUST CLEAN THESE UP AND AT YOUR OWN PRICE


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

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

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