The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 25, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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The: news of'the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.






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'!.:: K. Smith, Who Was Raised Here, ADJOURN I DOLLARS Difficulty Was of Long Standing and

tt .,Jft\N'fBIGTREES'\ WERE BlOWN DOWN Honored in the Eleventh Result of Dispute Over VillA WINS VICTORY AT ZAGAUGAS

';..I'r4'L;" '1'!' t: Federal District I LABOR R CLAUSE[ IS CAUSING TROUBLE[ LARGEST CROP P SINCE[ THAT OF 1 1311 Some Hogs

Mr. E. K. Smith and I Bartow, Fla., June 24.-Horace
'fn ,active manager of the Commercial ;SENATORS WANT TO GO HOME CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA ARE Ryalls shot and almost instantly

".. AND OTHERDAMAGEIN National bank, of Shreveport, La., AND STUDY ENTIRE QUESTION I SHOWING UP AS COTTON killed James Platt at the home of the OF 2,200 MEN IX BATTLE BE-

: : WIND, RAIN AND has been elected a class A director, I AND BE PREPAREDTO STATES; LATTER MAY: latter three miles east of Winter Haven FORE CITY WAS TAKEN FROM

ELECTRICAL STORM for the eleventh district regional yesterday afternoon. Ryalls has FEDERALS

bank, created under the re-I LEGISLATE IN RIVAL FLORIDA IN I.been arrested by Sheriff Logan of

DECEMBER SEA ISLAND __ this city and brought here where he
rency'act at the first session of ,
About,three-thirty yesterday afternoon o Washington, June 24.-(Special.)-
is lodged in jail to await his prelim
a heavy'wind; rain and electrical present congress.Mr. I i Carranza has notified his representatives -

'r storm struck Orlando and beforeit Smith was raised in Orlando I Washington, June 24-Specia1.-( ) Washington, June 24.-Final fig- inary hearing.The here that he is willing for themto
and of the older residents remember i The trust in the ures on the 1913 cotton crop, an- two men are said to have been
had spent its fury one man had many president's program confer with the Huerta spokesmenin
been 0 struck by lightning, a mule him well, his mother, Mrs. B. I senate is in a'state of utter collapse. nounced today by the census bureau, enemies since they had a disagree- an effort to bring about

killed by;a live wire, the roof blown T. Kuhi, still residing here. He received I So hopelessly are the members of the place it as the largest the United ment about some hogs when Ryalls through diplomacy. The Huerta peace and
his first bank in this States has grown with the exceptionof worked for Platt several years ago.
training committees and interstate
'\\off: the fire station, the smokestacks on judiciary constitutionalist representatives will
at the First National bank of Or- I that of 1911. At that time the estimate Platt is said to have threatened the
| blown.down at the Beck Lumber company city I commerce divided on the various hold their meeting at Buffalo this
lando of which institution !i of the total value of the crop life of Ryalls recently and friends of
: he
iJ.' mills, big oak trees were blown was phases of the trust bills, as i week. The constitutionalists'
I I shows it was the most valuable had warned him that he had repre-
down in all parts of the city, and the teller about twenty years ago. passed by the house, that another appeal ever Ryalls sentatives named by Carranza are
produced, it being worth $1,043,760000. ,- better look out for himself, it is said.
After Orlando Mr. Smith
wires of the telephone and electric leaving I will be made to the president Fernando Calderon and Luis Cabrera.
first engaged in the banking businessat Platt is claimed to have been seen, ,
that the senate the
light companies were down in many suggesting enact TheyViII be the active members of
places. Texarkana, later going to Shreve- i I i trade commission bill and go home The quantity of cotton ginned from armed, near the home of Ryalls Sun- the constitutionalist delegation and
I At time he president the 1913 crop, counting round as half day, though this story has not yet
port. one was and study the entire subject thoroughly : Jos Casconcelos
will be
Mr. Chas. who resides
t' Nystrom, on secretary.
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of the National Bankers' association, in the meantime, and return bales, and excluding linters, was 13- i been authenticated. Yesterday afternoon -
[; Carter street, was struck by a bolt 982,811 running bales, or 14,156,468 I Mr. Welsh Platt's brother-in- f ,Calderon remained in New Orleans
and for several years he has been a I|i prepared to legislate intelligently.
of and instantdeath
4 lightning escaped today to receive final instructionsfrom
prominent figure in banking and There is little hope that the president bales of 500 pounds gross weight. law, saw Ryalls near Platt's home.
miracle. The bolt
I bya seeming financial circles of the Southwest. I I I will listen to this appeal. Cotton seed produced was 6,305,000tons I He told Platt and Platt, taking his Carranza, and will arrive in
<,/track him on the back between the
Washington tomorrow
night. Thereis
The old time friends of Mr. Smith of which 4,579,508 tons were gun, at once went out to look for his
*Ss:'shoulders, and going down his back I|I Senator Hoke Smith, of Georgia, crushed. I' little hope in official circles here

; an I- honor which has been bestowed The value of the cotton is esti- I' As Platt opened the gate Ryalls any
; th ,cuticle being burned to a crisp. upon saw the president this eveningon
: | agreement on a provisional president.
mated at and of the seed
h him, and the success of a boy raised $887,160,000 opened fire on him from behind a
Dry Pillans was summoned and ac- matters of patronage and took I I Mediation proceedings will be
i' ; here is to all. $156,600,000.An I stump. Platt must have been struck pro-
..-oytcompamed by Dr. Howell he attend- gratifying I I advantage of the opportunity to discuss i tracted at least until the results of
\ interesting feature of the 1913 at the first fire for he sank down,
4 :edJt, e injured man, who was found : trust legislation. Other senators i the
; conference between Huerta and
; : HEAVY WINDSTORM IN THE i production was the crop of the Im- : though it is said he returned the fire,
to be paralyzed from the waist down, I will go to the White House tomorrowand Carranza
delegates at Buffalo
NORTHWEST I perial Valley in southern California, i shooting twice. Ryalls is declared to are
.r ri bu(,only temporarily Last night he attempt to make the president known.
1 where 22,838 bales were grown. It I have fired ten shots from a repeating
]hidrpartty regained the use of his !realize the situation in the senate.
,1 IialllSYinaiy1lf,likely,Irecover. Chicago, June 24. La.t night's I i One of the big stumbling blocks to has been reported the acreage planted i automatic shotgun he carried. It is expected that Calderon and
l- windstorm over the central west and this year in the Imperial valley will I Both men were well known and other constitutionalist representativeswill

:tWr: ;*"vt mule'belonging toMr.: Will Long northwest, caused no loss of life, so 'I'exemption the trust< legislation from program is the show a large increase, while the production generally liked. Ryalls has retained proceed immediately to Buffalo

:f.- ;wia'iilled by coming in contact with far as could be learned today. t I prosecution granted is variously estimated! at Attorneys Wilson and Boswell to defend after a conference with Secretary of

Uft'\. fla livQ',wire' that had blown 'down at The storm was most severe at Wa- +':to labor organizations in the house from 50,000 to 100,000 bales. Last.ear's him. State Bryan here. The constitution-
bill. Letters and in
of Main and Jackson telegrams pro- .
.T; )?fthe"tq1'ber: tertown, S. D., where it reached the: j production was more than alists will make small concessions to
; J' : "'sfrlefaf and the miracle is that his test against this are coming to sen-
proportions of a tornado destroying )t double that of any previous year Huerta. It is understood that Car-

:4 I 1l$fcjf'andpthe' colored driver escaped buildings over thirty blocks, and in- :','try.ators from every section of the coun- there where commercial growing of UNCLE AM GIVES $$10,000 1 TO ranza's instructions only go to the
'!f SpitSout' scratch. James Williams ,
& a .
has of
J juring twenty-two I cotton been in progress only a length allowing his representatives -
1. persons. |I
f!.3! '
J; '''wire';hll!/rdirectly on ''the mule, or Minnesota, parts of Iowa, South STRIKING LETTER CARRIERS Another feature was the produc- of Mexico, even if he abdicatesand

writhed against i him. As a matter ofa' Dakota and the upper peninsula of ,, DEFY POLICE tion in Arizona, where 2,299 bales surrenders unconditionally to

.t: },fa ct the negro was so badly frightI'flfle'd Michigan. Information that no great j were ginned, the largest pail of Fund Available Once Provided the Carranza. The "first chief" of the
: feeidui'iiohave a clear,,re- \ Paris, June 24.-Six hundred striking -
very damage was done outside Watertown which possessed the same character- State Will Give an Equal constitutionalists will refuse to allow

.:!;, ;oftowhat happened. He was gained from railroads in the 'i letter carriers today barricaded'' istics as that grown in Egypt. The Amount any discussion of a provisional form

-',. "irice wagon, or was knocked storm area.Twenty.two. themselves I inside the Paris central 1914 area shows a large increase, va- of government by his agents at Buf

t." f [ t )hock;' 'into the water in I Ipostoffice I of which they took possession riously estimated at from 12,000 to Washington, June 24.-$10,000 will falo. It is hoped the fall of Zacatecasmay

:J V iylu'ch was heavily charged I last evening. Eight hundred policemen be
r Hurt at Watertown 15,000 acres.S.ILORS be available to the state of Floridafor announced before the termi-
*5? ;i; \elf electncUy ,from the wire, and I were placed around the great', the asking on Wednesday of next nation of the informal parley and
t't, jVJ&d ta:be palled lout by the driver oft Watertown, S. D., June 24.Twenty- 'block: and authorities were consider-
'. BRAVE PERILOUS week (July 1) and it is expected that this will allow Carranza t/ dictatehis
t. ff fsottienteam.' The of mind two persons were injured, three prob- whether not to storm the
J ; presence ing or place TO RESCUE i terms.
t WOMEN | the state will make the necessary arrangements own
r "4 i Mt. rJtf"J,:Andrews, who saw the ably fatally, by a tornado which' and forcibly expel the strikers.
iit ; passed over this section last night High Town, Scilly Islands, June 24. to take it away. The
.1 p ; flffiilei&tffl/procuring an axe and Those within had exhausted their -The saving of the of money is appropriated in the Smith- Villa
r' and wrecked buildings covering thirty .' passengers Captures ZacatecasEl
: \'. f;\i V 6 probably saved the food supply this morning, but com- the Belgian steamer Gothland, Lever agricultural bill and is a con-
.11 or more blocks in the southern part Paso, Tex., June 24.
other B\jlfcJ And ,the ,driver of the -(Special.)
\ rades outside succeeded in running
( i I wrecked Crun tribution to state farmers' -
Rocks cooperative
< of the city. I: on yesterday, -A courier reached here late tonight
?' ',, t:t\r j'r Most of the injured were caught:'the blockade and supplying the garrison was accomplished through almost superhuman work. Under this legislation the with the news that Zacatecas fell
,wr fimoiestacks at the Beck before I with packages of chocolate efforts on the part of the government will give an initial sum
they could escape to cellars or last night before the attack of Villa.
a, .+., 'tJfDFr.\; s mill were blown other places of refuge. The usual loaves of bread, hams and other eatables steamship's crew, and the life saving of $10,000 to the state and an increas- Details of the fighting are lacking,
JN. fs t-'fJ.through the roof off i which were drawn in through which the ing sum annually in proportion to the
... 'tit.; 'Y ; tornadic freaks were to be seen after crews came to rescue. but Villa reported the loss of 2,200
,!i mip|'wvn ,Tonewas, ,injured. The the windows by strings. Members of the life saving crew growth of the rural population, on
f the storm passed, one of which was I men in the capture of the city.
:' : 'Jb s"wer: t "bou .90 ,feet high and the raising of a large barn from its A deputation of business men from St. Mary's today told-how ope condition that the state or local sub-

.... /the.i :, daotajte! !iI'1linoated, at about foundation and turning it upside t'o called on Gaston Thomson, ministerof of the Gothland's small boats, division thereof gives "dollar for dol
2Y "" tbm1IU1Ieq.ao '" .:; down on a residence. A Rock Island commerce, posts and telegraphs, crammed with women and children, lar." TRAIN HITS AUTO AND OCCUPANTS -

Y *$!|jciri :;i 1 ihe ,'tin, roofing was train well filled, had 1 today and informed him that Paris broke away from the davits and fell Various states are sending their FATALLY INJURED
passenger i
IT >\ ,*.*$lojva: !/ %)ity"fii. ,station-and a window blown out but none of every the :I already had suffered to the extent of thirty feet into the sea. The bottomof agents here to arrange for their

\5t.Ur gVseciioa,i,of,Jt was blown entire- suffered serious j I $200,000 by the interruption of the the boat was smashed, and all share of the money. Five membersof
passengers injury. Kalamazoo :Mich. June
I 24.Spe( -
\4ly7WT/W&$ j'treet, a\ distance of mails for few hours and this would the board
; The central or business part of the a were thrown into the water. A quar- Kentucky on co-opera- cial.)-An automobile driven by Miss

i ?., ..m' fee: Occupants'.of city did not suffer seriously. I i be greatly increased unless the government termaster of the Gothland sprang tive farmers' demonstration work are Bernice Brakeman and containingfour
', -t hV r,station.and city-,hall were,mJ.i I took means to restore the from the steamer's deck and suc- now here and they announced today
I children struck
was by a train
J : ii Jl d jo: think for;a:time that their AVIATOR KILLED service. ceeded in saving three women. Sev- that the $10,000 for the state of Ken- here this afternoon and
: I every occu-
)1 "li. iic1 l'wnwto.. cashin.hoof .. eral of the life also tucky will be available July 1. They
:;ti The men struck owing to the refusal saving crew
t shed'w blown downreghi Schwerin, Germany, June 24.-Another I pant was probably fatally injured.
; Jt jumped into the water and handed had an interview with the depart-
i aviation fatality occurred in the of the senate to include in the Claire Brakeman, eleven years old,
-: / : Cheney buildingStudio : ment officials. The first work in
: ".' ; >1" postal budget increased allowances. !drowning children to their compan- brother of Bernice died the
10 $'r'd' ", German army flying corps today on operating -
ill t .._? "( WapartialyLr I ions in the rescue boat until all had Kentucky will be to employ additional -
"- f. table local
'f\ 'J-1'" t when Lieut. Kolb was killed by the at a hospital, and
i -'r "I". BASEBAL LRESULTS been saved. A heavy sea made all county agents to supplement the
> -'' overturning of the aeroplane he was the others are!) frightfully injured.
t .and telephone
;' ., .." ?tJlg salvage work perilous. instruction of twenty-one now at Attendants the
piloting. at hospital tonight
Heavy sufferers their
L p jfre.| The of the Gothland, which work.
National crew
? League said it was impossible to tell whether -
f'4 t : ,7dowi1 in many places. was the from Montreal The Kentucky delegation includes
Ij WOULD MAKE Pittsburg 0, St. Louis 3. on voyage of the injured would
DISTRICT DRY any recover.
i j. ,_ ;ic:company was unable "to Philadelphai 2-6, Brooklyn 01. Rotterdam, again went on board today Judge H. S. Barker, president of the The for
party was a pleasure ride
$ reiet'or lights for several Washington, June 24. Absolute !
1 j Boston 7-0, New York 3-4. to jettison some of her cargo of Kentucky State university; Dr. J. H. when the train struck the machine.

:;,E Ef "_'.. ..' Ii9=Stoym,.it being! nearly prohibition for the District of Columbia I Cincinnati 5, Chicago 11. grain in the hope of lightening the I Kastle, director of the Kentucky ex- The children were scattered along the
: elbtlbefore_ the juice was was proposed in a bill introduced station Prof. H. H.
.. boat sufficiently to refloat her. permient ;
| American League track for two hundred feet. The
!; 'tie.wires as usual. Both today by Senator Works, of California i of the Western Normal
', : 4.'telephOne i' 'I Chicago 5, Detroit 2. president steering wheel of the automobile was
; ., ., { school John W. Newman state com-
\' out I New York 0-3, Boston 3-2. driven through Miss Brakeman'sbody.
i r'is repairing damage
missioner of agriculture, and Fred
.' 1. !
.1' 4-2 31. .
,.:'/ ..stiestorm) was over. or 187&. and was Orlando's first hotel j 1 Washington Philadelphia Mr. H. Cahow, superintendent of Mutchler, state leader 'of the co-op-
St. Louis 5-3 Cleveland
..1;: 3... 1iree- $. .:.were', "blown. down in Commissioner Johnson reports no 4-1. construction on the new school building 11, erative farmers' demonstration work.It .

'' 7.r''ions of;the,city, and in, some less :than\ ten big trees down in various j i Federal League was seriously hurt yesterday : is proposed to use part of the WORLD'S GREATEST PITCHER
tr;, e iUeeCs.are littered vithanalU 1 sections j Indianapolis 5, Kansas City 2. MARRIED
,t :( l of the city, and there : afternoon about two-thirty by being money in providnig several rural ag-
; t :.. .. -- branches from the maybe others that have not been reported !i! St. Louis 1, Chicago 5. struck by a falling piece of scaffold- :i ricultural schools and encouraging I

,'l ,... y. "e a down at the] :to him. At six: o'clock thisj j Southern League ing. The scaffolding was being hoisted i boys' corn clubs and girls' tomato !. Washington, June 24.-(Special)-

:{ Clre1i.and West street and o morning crews will be put to work'temovidg '' Atlanta 5, Memphis 3. to the upper part of the building clubs. I Walter Johnson, the well known

':. t:k'\eating on the second the trees from the streets I}| Chattanooga 7, Nashville 3. when the rope to which it was at- I pitcher of the Washington baseball

.". : ry Ofthe''eystone hotel II and the work will be rushed as rapidly I Mobile 13, Birmingham 1. tached became untied and fell direct- THE WEATHER club, and Miss i Hazel Lee Roberts,

(I: bi r amtee.t ,front of the old as'posible, but it is a pretty big New Orleans 4, Montgomery 1. ly upon Mr. Cahow. No bones were Florida: Generally fair Thursday one of the prettiest girls in the

',,.-t-!.:: $ !ot Ji\acrou: the'i street from I undertaking: and Commissioner John South Atlantic League broken but serious bruises resulted : and Friday. I Washington congressional set, and

4'Jfe;'*: :: e _. tbn'1 v s split! in two, and son ex ressed the hope last night Columbus 8, Macon 0. and the injuries were very painfuL 1 I I the Jaughter of Representative and

*'pari jf ltrea"aainst: the building that the people would be patient and 3 Jacksonville hammocks books and Mrs. Roberts of Carson Nevada
W (}If .T.1. { "'"' ?1 Albany 1. No internal injuries are anticipated I II I Buy your I City, -
:-t-W x Q.we"Of, thei oldest In thhavicg"beenC9nsructed I not expect him to have everything Augusts, Columbia 5. J I and the injured man will be out ina fans of Curtis & O'Neal and you'llbe were married tonight at the homeof

:tp-" ,/. i J":' .. '1876 0 cleared ';fap at one time.b' Charleston 2, Savannah 1. few days. happy. the bride's parents.kr .

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Advertising by the churches'' is HlllllllllllllililMIIMMItHMtlilllMOBtttlMllllllllltH till
"When the Titanic sank in mid-i I Washington, June 23.Congressional -
perfectly legitimate and in doing so ,
they will be following the exampleset ocean in April, 1912, many thoughtthat action to determine the prior-
ity of the discovery of the North Pole
by the Almighty, according to the catastrophe would put an
was proposed in a resolution today
Rec. D. V. Bush, pastor of a Con- end to the construction of larger GRAND THEATRE
Representative Smith, of New
gregational church in Webster, 5. I I jby.
steamships-that it demonstration
was a York. Mr. Smith said he held "no i
D. that the limit of size in ship-
brief for either party, but that it was ....
"The Christian Church is enteringupon "
building had been reached the
says due both Rear Admiral Peary and \
a new era in its history, name-
July Popular Mechanics Magazine,ina Dr. Frederick A. Cook and other
ly publicity," said this preacher in handsomely illustrated article. "In- explorer that congress should any settle COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN :

: a recent sermon and, he said, "pub
Mead however, abandoning the the priority question once for all!"
f licity is destined to push the Chris- 111"11'1111",1,0,1..1..1.,1TODAY
big ship idea, shipbuilders and the There is no present likelihood,however -
tian activity as it has never before I
trans-Atlantic steamship lines,
great that congress will reopen the
been and revolutionize methods of ever since the Titanic disaster, have controversy.

: church work. When the church be- been building even bigger ships than

comes as wide-awake as he businessman before. The lesson of the Titanic af-I I "A Shriners Fidelity." Every Mason should see this
Who is painter and decorator
on the main street and bringsto fair was not that the ship was too your
the people's attention that we are If you are satisfied keep the one you A Vitagraph, featuring Lillian Walker James Young, L.
big, but that its construction was have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, "C" RRY" ,
doing aggressive work in the church faulty and its lifeboat service inade- No. 636. 1-20-tf L Rogers Lytton and Hughie Mack. You can't beat them.

then, and not until then, will the quate. I I This picture secured by ccurtesy of Authors League ol America. *
church have the support she oughtto I
"Nearly every one of the important WHITMAN
DR. A. B.
s community."God have from. the best men in our steamship lines is bringing out a "The Master of the Strong," a Biograph drama. A \ \

larger vessel than it has ever before I DKXTISTj
great advertiser. In
was a wonder.
had in commission, all built since the
the scripture I read: Gen. 19-in .

= your attention hearing of the we Israelites see God calling by smoke the, for Titanic the sank.past year The the huge largest Imperator vessel,I East End Charleston Block, up-stairs "His Comrades Wife," Edison drama. Always better. '

that ever sailed the seas, was under i
and thunder. 'I thatI I
earthquake am
am,' was to be spread broadcast construction, but the before Hamburg-American the Titanic disaster DR. F. C. BOARDMAN g "The Treachery of Broncho Billy's Pal." Nuff sed.

until the people would recognize I
line, its owners, instead of being deterred DENTIST
Him as the 'I am' Advertise was
in their project for still larger
they example the Almighty used and GOOD MUSIC.
ships, proceeded at once with the con- Boardman Building
we have dropped from the exampleof
struction of the Vaterlard 950 feet
God to the precedent of man
where to advertise is 'unethical,' 'un, long and in every respect the largest Office Hours: CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc. J
structure that has ever been floatedon 830 to 12:00 1301o400
dignified and coarse. Yet the Masterwas
the water of the ocean. It maybe Telephone 540.
one who used many methods that "
> another year or two before a still FRIDAY---"Memories that Haunt a two part
he could have a crowd. He preached ,
f larger ship is announced, but it is ascertain
from a boat, he fed the multitudeswho Vitagraph.
as anything still in the futureC MAKE YOUR OWN
followed Him and climaxing it f
I be, tbt the day of the 1,000 foot "
all by going into the temple and ship :s close; at hand. Thj White _::; PAINTYOU SA rURDA Y-"Captured by Mexicans.
there making a whip of cords, drove
..t Star line, owners of the Titanic and
the mercenary hypocrites out of the IIIIIIIIIIIII /
its sister ship the Olympic, recently 60 cis. PER GAL :; 'IQ.'II"II""III"'IIIDI"I"IIItfllllill'II' ,I.t"IIIIIQIIIi .
sanctuary. Sensational! Yes, to the launched at Belfast the Britannic, the I I'' . '. . . . tti . ... , "
ninth degree and yet if a minister THIS IS HOW
largest British built vessel afloat, 900 I )

.r what today methods gets a,hearing he is 'sensational'no matter and by forms feet long the, a cross section of this of which /J Buy Mixed 4 gals.Real L.C&M.Paint Semi-$3.40And3gaIs.LinseedOU ::; : :;ii:48:8: ::: :: :::;;:: :: :: : : : : : : ::: :: :: : : : : :: : i : :: :::::::: 1: e m M ::::::::::::::
cover design
be feared and the mag- ,h
one to hanged on ,
azine. Longer, though smaller, is t to mix with it 2.10
gibbet of public condemnation.
> the new Cunard liner Aquitania, Males 7gals.Paint for0.50
; "Yet let us consider the great
901 feet all which
measuring over
preachers and we see they were men It's only $1.50 per gal.
made its maiden this summer.
who understood and used the methods voyage The L & M. SEMI-MIXFD Condensed of the
And while these three ships stand at REAL PAINT I. PURE WHITE LEAD. report
of advertising. John Wesley, ZINC and LINSEED OIL-the best known
the head of the fist of modern sky-
materials for 100 <-
paint ;years.
r: for instance, preached on the tomb-
scrapers of the sea, other steamship Use a gat.out of any you buy and if not the
stone of his father. Sensation, you best paint made,then return the paint and get ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.at
'; say. All according to what your idea companies are building larger than all your money back. .
ever before. HELM'S HARDWARE CO.
x of sensation is. Beecher selling a i

slave in Plymouth pulpit was noth- close of business June 8th 1914 in compliancewith
ing more than a great advertisement minister who does not advertise in RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS

for Beecher and the cause of aboli- league with the devil to retard the SHOULD USE Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida.
advancement of the
tion. Smith the gospel.
Gypsy great sweet 5 DROPS

singer evangelist, went into Denver "And now, brethren, to the prac-

a few years ago, and a parade wasa tical side of this great question be- The Best Remedy

big feature in getting the people fore us. When we make proper use For all forms of .

b to 'sit up and take notice' of the of the many mediums of advertis-
meeetings. Sensation, then. Oh, yes. ing-above all means the newspa-

But now a religious parade is quite per-and the church draws the attention -

} the thing. Today a parade is legit- of the multitudes and the Loans and Discounts S372.S74.39 Capilal $100,000.00

; imate and not considered sensational churches are filled-and that has been
4 Overdrafts 617.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 34,121.37
at all. true in every case that has come to .

"So that brings the thought, my; my notice where effective advertis- SCIATICA. GOUT.NEURALGIAS Stocks and Bonds 26018.33 Deposits 585,497.65

friends that what is considered sen- ing has ben used-then will we feel AND KIDNEY TROUBLE.

sational today will be accepted as alright the dignity and worth of the relig- Real Estate, Fur. and Fixtures :26487.37 Due to Banks and Bankers 8,378.97

tomorrow. In Seattle, a number ion which we preach and try so free- DROPSU Cash on Hand and Due from

$ I of the churches planned a revivaL ly to practice; then will the enthu-
Fifteen minutes before the I siasm of the crowds and the interestof STOP THE PAIN Banks 301,976.31

service bombs were fired to remind the populace so seize the religious GlveiQalckRollefKQUa.tR -- --

the people of the meetings. Sky- circles that truly we will take the
Total $727,997.99 Total. $727,997,99 ; ;
rockets were fired off after that. Red kingdom by force. A new era is here

lights were. burned on prominent cor- and a reformation has begun, a rena-

1 ners. A brass band was hired to go scence about to come and we owe it ... .MOW ntti ON Rtqvar I

through the streets. The churcheswere to publicity and the press. Swanson lM.lMW.Uw Rheumatic K*CMCAM Cure Co., I GEO. E. NOLAN, .

packed until people were turn-

ed away every night. Parades, bombs, Cashier. :

skyrockets and newspaper, brass bands advertising, motion will pictures "STARVING TO DEATH"Was !:

soon be considered very proper. Then

r the sensation of yesterday will be the

1 legitimate of today. Mrs. Bell of Florida When
"And now a word about newspaper llllllilllllllllllllllllltS.IIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIII.,11.,1,1',
: 1 .
advertising. I hold in my hand whole She Began Taking Peruna.we ;

pages and half pages from different .
issues of the Baltimore Sun. In January Tes I was starving to death," heard from her December 1912,
t said Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
an advertising campaign was
Florida Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof !
started in that city, which spread to take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach, see 'Ills of Life," sent Forjiale

Philadelphia, Washington, St. Louis thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus,

and Cleveland. Twelve business men soured on my stomach. My stomach Ohio. -
was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
of Baltimore"are financing the enter- acted 29 if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are Modern 8-room : .
prise in that city and they considerit was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same : i

good investment. In Binghampton, doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat Catarrh of House 2 doors : :
me no rellet I was continually the stomach and bowels will derange :
N. Y. the
merchants of the city
growing worse. the functions of these organs. The :
bought all of the advertising space in I Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. : west of Wyom- : load
the papers there one Saturday and The food lying in the stomach even Just arrived car
gave the same to the churches. The my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion. | ing Hotel. Bar- : :
Btraw. Picking up a newspaper I saw Immediately sours. The souring pro, FORDS for immediate -
churches were live enough to make some account of. Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation. '

use of this and the result was that testimonial from a woman who had I Food Sours In the StomachA gain. j ; delivery.Get .
R the been troubled much like myself.
attendance the next day increased
concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is
30 per cent. Newspaper advertis- absorbed Into the system by the blood I
I Wrote to Dr. Hartman.
ing. It pays the church as well as vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe A. L. Bentley, ; : yours nowF.
"At the same time I wrote to Dr.
the up-to-date merchant. whole system, producing a coalition -

"A newspaper goes into the homesof Hartman.catarrh of the He stomach pronounced and my bowels.I case. self poisoning.now known The as autointoxication fermenting Irri;' 10 L AMELIA AVENUE"J JI'I"'I"I'II" ; ; G. RUSH,

people and is carefully read where soon began taking Peruna. At tating mass as it passes down into Phone 226
once I began to improve. After tak- "
cards, dodgers and bills are cast aside. the bowels irritates the bowels, producing 4
ing half a bottle my stomach was so. sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
Dr. Brougher preaches to one of the improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the
very oppo- .
F largest congregations in Americaand I Began to Recover. site, constipation. r HllSIlOtlllOllllllllISUMMER

he has the help of one of the Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine : TIME IS
t best experts in advertising to keep to narrate in detail her rapid im- helps to artificially digest the food. :
Even when such medicine does its .
and final She
t his church filled provement recovery.
and he has
space Bald. "After taking two bottles of Pe- work it is only temporary. A penna- : FLY TIME
ALL the time in newspapers. Take runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when Il .
' from Billy Sunday the 'power of the to wash the dishes." When she be- the catarrh is overcome. 4 Are those windows screen- .

press' and you take from him nine-' gan taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The ed yet? Patented detach

' tenths of his success. pounds. After she had taken five symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all \
bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First, heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need-
The ;
newspapers! Why do not
we pounds. She concludes by saying
food rises in throat after meals.
ed to take off or put on <
use them more? Why? Because that she is wellIt Third sour stomach. Fourth heavy

custom says the Gospel ought to be Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth, stomach when washing windows.

drawing power enough and if men The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth, pal R.J.WALDRONContractor
of heart Seventh digestion -
Quotations were made was received pitation poor
want the
gospel will
they not heed January 29, 190L In a later letter. have dyspepsia. Eighth, and Builder
r advertising. written September 11. 1904, she says, tongue coated light brown. Ninth, I WOOD, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
Advertising the church is the '4 slag the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 West StreetHIIMMHIIIIIIIIMMM I Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'i I potato slips at $1.75 per 1000.
$ work of the devil! Bah. The next near. It is used a great deal in our Tenth cannot bear tight clothes Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
around waist I Coal Yard, phone 56?. 9-31-tf I
few will rldnlty. This seems to be a bad Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf
so change
years custom that place for' catarrh" We have received'! People who objiet to liquid n sdi* r -

ve will consider the church and the letters from ber since. The last time CIRM can now obtain Pwuna Tablets. Read the advertisements daily. I Job printing at the Sentinel Subscribe 1a for the e1

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(By Frank G. Menke) <

i New York, June 24.-It looked to Panama, June 23.-All ,/jie details Japan, at first slow to adopt the

i us at first glance that Willie Ritchie that must be, complied wt li by ves- motor car, is now taking very kind-
sels seeking through the ly to the automobile, and in fact dur-
would have time passage
a comparatively easy For Any Kind of a Letter File
of it when he dashes with Freddy Panama Canal have just been made ing the past two years the industryhas ,

Welsh in that dear old Lunnon on .public in official circulars, signed by made very rapid progress in all
July 4, but after noticing what hap- Col. Goethals as Governor of the the countries of the Far East. Glow- Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -

CaAal Zone. The most important of ing reports of this advance are made
pened to us Americans who battled'with in a file may save you several dol-
t the English in the relay races, these-that the tolls must be paid in by Henry W. Andrews, Yokohama
the golfing tournament and the polo cash or that some financial guarantee agent for the Cadillac. lars in money by keeping your receipts in
for their payment acceptable to "Two declares Mr. An-
matches to ask years ago
we pause : Uneeda BiscuitA easy reference or may save more than that
the Governor of the Zone must be drews, "there were not 100 motor
"How far is this come back stuff of
deposited with the Canal Treasurer cars in Japan. This year more than in valuable time not to mention the annoy-
one J. Bull going to extend, anyway.On crisp, clean, nutritious -
before a ship will be allowed to en- 1,500 are registered."The .
past showings, Ritchie outclasses food. For ance of being unable to find the paper you
ter any lock. Col. Goethals makes aversion to the motor car,
Welsh and ought to have no everybody--every-
public with the approval of Presi- which was so apparent a short time wish just at the time you need it.
difficulty in winning. But, if you'llthink where. Fresh in the
dent Wilson. ago is rapidly disappearing. Not
hard remember thaton
real you'll moisture-proof packageS *
past showings the American golf- The amount of the tolls each ship cents. many years ago the sight of a motorcar W. S. BRANCH
on the highways of but large ,
ers ought to have given the English will have to pay will be determined any
folk a merrier battle than they did, by what is called its "Panama Canal cities, brought forth storms of pro-

and that the American polo four Tonnage Certificate." In non-technical test, usually accompanied by stones The Arcade Book and Music Store

ought to have whaled the everlasting language this is a document showing hurled at the driver and occupants of

daylights out of Lord Wimborne's that all parts of the vessell have been the offending car. Happily this has _

collection of poloists. But.-! carefully measured, and that after entirely disappeared."The >
deducting all the space to be used by Nippon Auto Club, the pioneer ri----
All the world to have "
seems growna I the crew, machinery and ship's stores automobile club of Japan, is do-
bit of late. Jacob Daubert, & Gored
of every kind, it has been found that !r ing good work in road mapping and
the most peaceful citizen known to Hammond
the vessel has a certain number of posting. Mapping of the roads suit-
history, was chased from a ball gamea
cubic feet which are available for able for automobile traffic has
few days back,> not because he ZuZu
for "earn- been made and guide posts are rap-
or cargoes, or
merely sassed an umpire, but he FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
idly being erected throughout the is-
For hun-
ing capacity. every one
shook both fists right at the arbi- The funny little name "--
dred cubic feet of this "earning capacity lands.
trator. And it's been all of three of the famous little REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
the Panama tolls will be "This club enrolls in its member-
days now since George Stallings, ginger snap that puts I
$1.20. As the rules, regulations and ship many government officials.
who manages the unmanageableBraves fresh "snap" and"ginger" COMPARE
laws of the Panama Canal providingwhat "The yod roads movement is
has complained about an umpire into jaded
space or spaces in a ship shall gaining great headway. Most improvements -
be considered earning capacity are appetites. 5 cents. are being made with ma- OUR FURNITUREWe

Garry Hermann, who infests the different from those of the Suez and .. cadam. One stretch of macadamizedroad

Cincinnati region, evidently must be other canals, all vessels that expectto 167 miles long, has been laid provide the quality furniture that has long

laboring under the impression that use the Panama Canal must be re- from Yokohama to Nikko. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
"it's only a wise man who changeshis measured. As this is a somewhat "Asphalt has been used experimen- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

mind," Garry, it may be recalled, lengthy and tedious work, best pre- tally in Tokio, but has failed so far wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make

was the gentleman, who, with proper formed when a vessel is empty, Col. because of the many earthquakes."The this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
dignity and a great show of author- Goethals has authorized the Collectorof greatest drawback for the this business, and that means much to any buyer.

ity, announced some months back American motorist in wouldbe
the Port of New York, the collec- t9a Japan
that "under no circumstances will tors in some of the other large cities the price of gasoline. It is easyto
organized baseball take back a player
of the United States and certain obtain, but trust or no trust, the ,
who has jumped to the outlaws." properly designated officials abroadto price is 32 cents a gallon." Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Ha.
And now, in this pleasant month of measure vessels under what' will I

June, Garry is so busy evoking the now be known as the Panama rules GRAHAM CRACKERSThe The Palm Beach Post tells of a J
t aid of the courts in getting back the J-i_ ..
and issue the required tonnage cer- novel design adopted by a residentf
hurdling players that he hardly finds tificates. natural sweet Mangonia, near West Palm Beach.

time to eat or sleep. While the canal authorities _especially ness and nutrimentof Edward Fowler is building a fine tlllllllllllllllll"I"'IIIII'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.We .

The gent who concocted the remark reserve the right to check and the wheat are retained house with a hallway diagonallyacross

that "nothing is hopeless," probablynever correct any measurement or certifi- giving thema both upper and lower floors.
saw the Yankees play. cate issued elsewhere than at the canal delightful flavor This gives every room a right obliqueor Will Put the Reinsof

Here is a new "Silk" O'Laughlinstory ships are advised by the Governor xo cents. left oblique wall and the numberof

they're telling these days. The of the Zone to provde theimselveswith queer shaped closets and nooks is Success in Your
reciter is a person who played in the these tonnage certificates before Buy biscuit baked by unusual and attractive.-Times-Un-

minor leagues years ago when "Silk" coming to the canal, to save them- ion Short Talks.Takes .

was just breaking into the umpiring selves delay in transit. NATIONAL HandsHow

business."It Half Rates for Sightseers BISCUIT Off Freckles

was in a game in Worcester, Owners of sea-going yachts will 0 COMPANY ? By furnishing you witha
Mass.," said the old-time player, appreciate one of the new rules just Removes Tan.Beautify .
"that a batter claimed he had been promolgated by Col. Goethals. The Always look for that name your comple:ion. Get perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -

hit on the' arm by a pitched ball water in Gatun Lake is, of course, rid of those freckles. You can
'Silk in his despotic way, refused to fresh water. Fresh water in a very invest sac in a jar of WILSON'S call on you. He will give you a

let him take his base, saying the short time so loosens the barnacles' nated and has been stored in places I they'll FRECKLE disappear.CREAMand Severe r 4 formula that will make and mature

ball had not touched him. The player that attach themselves to the bottomof where rats cannot gain access to it. cases may require two jars-

an outfielder, stuck in the game a vessel which has been long in I. Hides and skins from plague- no more. We positively guar your fruit
for the two innings still to play. salt water that they fall off. One of I infected ports should not be received antee this, and if your com-
plexion isn't fully restored
"His arm pained him so much the the new canal regulations as to tolls I I unless the same have been stored in its natural beauty "e agree to refund" yomr
next day that he was forced to go to provides that a "vessel may enter rat-proof warehouse for a period of money without argument. And in addition.
a doctor. The physician examined itt Gatun Lake from either end of the 15 days prior to shipment. ** grant toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair a to grow

and then announced: canal and may, without passing All baggage of passengers or crew and FRECKLES.does positively Try it at our remove risk. Price TAN SOe and- T m r Fertilizer
"'Your arm is broken." Oh, you through the locks at the other end, at plague-infected ports shall be subject sent WILSON'S by mail FAIR if desired.SKIN Mammoth SOAP 25c.jars Wilson$1.00. rll l'l'I

must be wrong," said the player. 'My return to the original point of entryof I to inspection, and if 'necessary, For Freckle sale Cream Co., Charleston, S. C., makers.
arm can't be broken. Silk O'Laughlintold the canal without payment of ad- disinfected to destroy vermin. by
j. N. MCELROY ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA j ;
me that the ball never touchedme ditional tolls." Under this rule it How other ports of the world will

and Silk claims he never made a will be possible for owners of sea- be warned against vessels the health .IIMIHHMHMHItOlilMMMHMIIMHtltiliilHCOW >
fl mistake in his life." going pleasure yachts and other conditions of which were not satisfac-

The Walter Johnson of 1914 seems vessels to go to the Isthmus, enter tory to the canal authorities, is
to be a horrible example of what be- the canal, have heir boats lifted up made clear by the following regula- till 11111 11111 11111. I' III I' 11111 11111 III I"11111 II'"

falls a gent who tried to change his through the Gatun Lake-the great- tions, just made public.
motions. est man-made lake in the world- "Vessels entering the ports for Are You a Woman ?

Walt, so far this season, has lost steam across its thirty miles to the passage through the canal, that have PEASWe

more games than he lost all during Culebra Cut, return to Gatun, drop- had cases of quarantinable diseaseson

1913. And Walt in explaining the ping any barnacles on the boat dur- board during the voyage, will be

phenomnea says: ing the passage and be passed back to allowed to proceed to the port of des-

"I guess its all because I changedby the Caribbean Sea, without paymentof tination, after the person's sick of Take Gar ui
pitching motion. I figured that additional tolls. the quarantinable disease have been
have limited supply of IRON AND BRAB
the motion I used last year and in the What ships coming to the canal removed and the necessary dsinfec- a

other years might wear me out soon- shall do at sea in the way of medical tion carried out." In such cases the HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
er than was natural. So I hit upon anew work is specifically mentioned in the vessel should be passed through the

motion that saved me energy. new Panama, Canal regulations, just canal in quarantine. In these cases, The Woman's' Tonic ing quantity desired. Price sure right.

But it doesn't seem to be a winning published by Col. Goethals. Col. Goethal's new regulations pro- We carry constantly a full line of crate material of
motion. "While these requirements at sea," vide that a "sealed letter attached to -
*So I'm shifting back to the old the Governor of the Zone announces, the bill of health and forming a partof all kinds.

motion again-the one that gives mea "are advisory in character, a
the ship's should be ad-
FnWEATILLDKtSTSF4 Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-
full arm swing and lets me use true and careful compliance with dressed to the health oficer of the

all the speed I have. Now that I'm them will largely tend to relieve the port of destination and the pratique riers, etc. Phones 181191.

back at the old style of pitching, I stringency of the quarantine meas- granted the vessel shall have a no-

guess I'll do a little better." ures at the (canal) port of arrival.In tation of the facts entered thereon." '

If Luderus, a Philadelphia person, this way the canal will promotea That the canal authorities are pre- 2T. Dutton

continues on his mad career of bat- greater care for the sick on pas- pared to guarantee the healthfulnessof

ting out home runs, somebody in.the senger steamers at sea. the Isthmus is made plain by an- SANFORD, FLORIDA

National League, who doesn't belongto Quarantine Regulations other of the new quarantine regulations Iaen10 515tf.
Ludy's team, will be asking an injunction Vessels that arrive from infected i which provides that when the

restraining him from hittingout ports in which the regulations pre- quarantine officer at the canal releases -

longer than a sacrifice fly. scribed to be observed in foreign a vessel "that has in all respects MMM
Luderus, by the way, has a mighty ports, have not been carried out, will complied with the quarantine
fine chance to break all home run be placed in quarantine. The effectof regulations prescribed by the Canal ItlMtlMltlMIIIIMitHIMMMIItMtttllltlttltttlNew

records for one season if something this rule will be better understood Zone Government, he shall issue a Popular Mechanics
doesn't dim his batting orb or rob him when it is known that the "regula- certificate stating that "in the opin-
of the power in his wonderful arms tions" prescribed to be observed in ion of the quarantine officer she White Sailors
and shoulders. foreign ports where there is cholera will not convey quarantinable disease GREAT Continued Siory of the WorU
provide that: and that said vessel is grant'edfree Progreu which you may begm reading
I' 20 BURIED; ONE KILLED WHEN Articles which harbor or are liable pratique to enter her port of interest at any forever.time and You which are living will hold in the your best The latest fad

SUBWAY CAVES IX I to harbor rats or rat fleas should not destination, the name of which shall doubtless year of the the most greatest wonderful world in age the of universe.what is
I be shipped until freed of such vermin be embodied in the certificate." A resident of Mars would gladly pay- .

New York, June 23.-Nearlyta half I either by the use of chemicals, --- -- I dl.UUU Cl FOR ONE YEAR'SSUBSCRIPTION

block of sidewalk and superstructure, fumigation or solutions, or by preventing Mr. and :Mrs. George W. Wells of to thismagazineon order to keep informed o four INTHEEAST:1IssEs

over a Brooklyn subway, caved in I the access of rats for fifteen Plant City, celebrated their golden Are progress you reading in Engineering it? Two millions and Mechanics.of your
today, burying, _more than twenty I diys before shipment. The nature wedding last Tuesday. Among those neighbors are.and it is the favorite maga-
zine m thousands of the best American
workmen, killing one, and badly injuring r of the merchandise and the place present on this occasion who attended homes.-It appeals and to all classes-old and : HAMILTON & MM
six. A wagon and team were I: and method of stowing prior to : the marriage of the couple over The young"Shop men Note*"women.Deputnnt (20 pares)

engulfed, and one of the horses killed. shipment must be considered in determining fifty ago was Mrs. Mitchell, widow gives easy wars to do tilings-.how, to matt
years ] useful articles for borne and shop repairs,e"=-.
Many tons of debris filed the exca- its liability to be a rat or of the late Governor Mitchell. "Amateur Mechanic(10 pastes)fells cow to for Barclay Corsets ..
make Mission furniture,wireless outfits, Agents
vation and firemen and police reserves vermin carrier. Bags of grain, The celebration was one of the events engine,magic aed all the things a boy Loves boat)

had to dig ,out the injured.The wheat, rice, barley, oats, corn and (ft the year in Plant City and all the I $1.50 AU PER roar YEAR.iwwideiltr SINGLE to ihow COPIES roa_IS or CENTS McCall's Patterns
superintendent and foremanof bran should not be received for car- guests Expressed the hope that Mr. wan R FREE SAMPLE;COPT TODAY

the job were arrested, pending an go unless the same has been storedin and Mrs. Wells may live to celebrate I!I POP J. AR MECHANICS CO.
y 319 W.Waahi i10Q Su,CHICAGO
investigation. rat-proof warehouses or has origi- their diamond wedding anniversary. tlllllllllllllllllllllll.III..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'tttI

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: South Florida Sentinel The approach to nearly every city All READY {

MORNING AND WEEKLY of any importance in the country is Washington, June 24.The rivers I
JOSUH FERRIS Editor and Owner. placarded with glaring offers of free )I and harbors bill as reported ,out of

factory sites gorgeously displayed on I Progressives Trying to Push Him the committee on commerce to the

Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando Flortea. .big bill boards. The establishment Into Race for Governor senate contains the following Florida Week
at Second Class Mail Matter. will
of manufacturing of New York items:

SUBSCRIPTION RATES build a city quicker than any other Apalachicola Bay __________$ 25,000 .

Daily 1 Year .................to to to...$i.OO method yet discovered. New York, June 24.-The home- Tampa Bay _______________ 6,000
6 Months .............. 2.50
Daily Daily, S Months ...................... 1.25 Factories mean pay rolls and pay coming today of Theodore Roosevelt )''Channel' Clearwater Harbor V
Dart,. 1 Month ....................... .50 rolls mean trade for the merchants caused almost as much of a stir i through Boca Ceiga Bay to THE LAST WEEK OF THE WHITE

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 .i and business men who are bound to'I among Progressive party leaders and : Tampa Bay _____________ 22,700 SALE WE ARE GOING TO TALK
Weekly) 6 Months ..................... ..75I I follow the building of a factory. ''friends of the former president as. jFernandina Harbor _______ 25,000
I Factories mean increased population 11'I did his return on May 19 from South I II St. Andrews Bay __________ 60,000:

TO ADVERTISERS and houses built and rented by the I America. Today, as last month, CoL Santa Rosa Sound _________ 5,000 BIG !

Copy for display and all *Jier hand-set employes. In a word, factories mean 1 I Roosevelt's opinions on political ques- Lake Crescent and Dunns

. advertising O<* of the nut Sentinel be handed not later in at than the business 2 p. a.the growth and prosperity for any com I'tions drew Progressive leaders to :,: Creek -__________________ 1,000

day before publication. This rule applies munity. I'! this city and for some time the St Lucie Inlet ____________ 50,000 AND BIG ON
) U chance for contract advertising: it is Orlando is in danger of losing its _____ 1,500
fararle and wifl be strictly adhered to. 1 Roosevelt home at Oyster Bay will St. Petersburg Harbor

largest manufacturing enterprisethe -!jbe the scene of many conferences. I! Deep Creek --------------- 9,000 I
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued Curry Cigar Factory. Jackson- River 15,000 j
From the Imperator have come : Apalachicola -------- I
should notify the office in writing en
the date of expiration, otherwise it will be ville has made a very tempting offer I wireless messages that Col. Roosei Caloosahatchee River ______ 2,000 IMPORTEDSCOTCH

continued until notice at to the atop regular u received subscription rates of a site and building. Mr. Curry i I velt has spent much of his time since Crystal River _____________ 10,000

prefers to remain in Orlando and will !'.the big liner sailed working on the Holmes River _____________ 3,000

THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914. do so if the proper inducement is of. speech he will deliver on June 30 at Anclote River _____________ 22,000

fered. He does not ask Orlando to Pittsburg. The ex-president has Blackwater River ____..-____ 5,000

I give him as much as Jacksonville has been under care of Dr. Bossius, the St. Johns River ___________ 300,000
Orlando's Fourth will be safe and offered, but he does ask what nearly ship physician, and appears to have Withlacoochee River _______ 1,000 ORGANDIE
sane. Nearly everybody will attend every other city in the country is of- recovered entirely from the attacksof The following items for Florida

the auto races at Daytona Beach. fering free-a site upon which to fever which had given his friends and Alabama jointly are included: MUSLINS

o build his factory. much concern. Choctawatchee River ______$ 25,000

A South Florida Press association The Board of Trade thought his On account of the fogs the Imperator Escambia and Conecuh Rivers 15,000

' will be formed at Lakeland tomor- proposition a fair one and a short not reach quarantine until Pensacola Bay to Mobile Bay 50,000
may To those who follow Fashion's Caprices
committee to
row-if enough editors can get a day time ago appointed a tonight. Col. Roosevelt planned to : The committee declined to restorein

off. raise the funds to purchase a site. leave the ship at quarantine and go committee the big Florida items very closely you will know by taking up
o The site will cost $2,000 and the com board which it cut out, claiming that it was
of this direct to Oyster Bay on a any fashion paper that the character of
3 Every man in Orlando will have to mittee has raised $1,250 Theodore Douglas Robinson, too late to reopen the bill. This has
amount. A final effort will be made | Senators Fletcher and material that will be right to the fore for
it to
go to Sunday school during July or i Progressive state chairman, and Geo. put up
have a mighty good excuse for stay- Friday morning to raise the fails remaining Or- W. Perkins were the only party lead- I Bryan to secure the restoration of the coming season in fact will be THE
sum necessary. If it the eliminated items by amendmentin
to meet the Colonelon
ing away. ers FABRIC-none is frequently
LEADING more -
loses the Curry Cigar
lando the senate if it can be done.
o the yacht and go with him to Oys-
the committee is successful Mr. mentioned than .
Villa has Zacatecass and Carranza his in Or- ter Bay. Despite Col Roosevelt's'declaration
will keep factory
before he left Englandthat
will give Huerta an opportunity to
lando. He will build a factory build- LABOR LEADERS
he would not be a candidate for
Better take our advice, old
run. lie will
cost at least $5,000.
ing to of New York, Chairman Washington, June 24.President ORGANDIEMUSLINS
hit the governor
man, and high places. double the number of employes and
Robinson declared today that he expected Wilson today coirmutad to expire at
o .I
will be about
roll !
s These heavy rains save the street pay has about fifty employes who to be able to persuade him to once the sentences imposed on Michael -

and sprinkler much work. now !' make the race.Massachusetts. J. H. Hannon, of Scranton, Pa.;
sweeper with their families mean about two i i
is to assist in I' Frank H. Painter, of Omaha, Neb.;
nature willing
Even and rent fifteen or I
hundred people,
the better sanitation campaign.Ty Progs. Are Active : Fred J. Mooney, of Duluth, Minn., I ,
houses. His pay roll amounts )
twenty I
o Boston, June 24.-Progressive party and William Shupe, of Chicago, all
Cobb's latest limelight stunt to between $3,000 and $3,500 per I I representatives in the legislature convicted in the "dynamite conspir
month, practically all of which is i I I
was a fight with a butcher, but Wal- the merchants. served notice today that the bill providing I acy" cases. I i
t ter Johnson went him one better and spent I Ii for the separatior. of the Bos- The other 20 defendants, includingthe
is required to keep r
Only $7:>0 more
t gAp a wife to settle all difficultieswith factory in Orlando and it j i ion & Maine railroad from the New leaders, must begin serving their
railroad will be strongly : tomorrow in Leavenworth
the butcher. I Haven system sentences
'would be a short-sighted policy I
very opposed by them. They will endeavor penitentiary. Clemency for John H.

When the new Baptist o and Presby- on the part of our The business Phillips men Manufacturing to-I I to substitute a measure which Barry and Paul J. Morris, both of St. A TIMELY PURCHASE .
let it get away.
terian churches are complete they, was brought to calls for state ownership of the Bos- Louis, was withheld, while they have

with the new Methodist church, will Orlando several company years ago by the ton & Maine stock. I II II Il opportunity to submit separate peti-*

give Orlando three of the finest offer of a substantial bonus. It has I I tions. By a very timely cash purchasethroughour

churches in the state. contributed greatly to the business WORLD'S AVIATION RECORD
European Agents we are
o growth and prosperity of the city. l MMIIMMj
Yesterday's aerial disturbance wasa Remember what the Curry factory Johannisthal, Germany, June 24.- unique position of being able to get ahead
storm in Florida where the real to Orlando when the Boardof ; A world's record for a duration flight j T. F. HOURmAN l .

thing is seldom known. In some sec- means Trade committee calls on you Fri- was made today at the aerodrome of the coming fashion through the pur-
Plumber and I t
it would have I here by Gustav Basser, a German air- t Licensed
tions of the I
day and meet them with a generous Sanitary Engineer chase, direct from the Manufacturers of
for 18
He remained in the air :
to what they man.
;- been a breeze compared donation and a word of encourage
sometimes have. hours, 10 minutes. The best previous j Estimates Furnished. Jobbing : several thousands yards of Exclusive de

o ment. _. record was 14 hours, 7 minutes. Promptly Attended to.
0 I
The result of the primary, held PHONE 629 signs in
The respective ages for the man
over three weeks ago, is not yet school during CARNATIONS-Fresh cut carnationsand 106 Court Street
that goes to Sunday roses. J. M. Caruthers.
: known in instances. Under the
some ; the month of July is from 17 years 6-8-3t I ORLANDO FLORIDA
Bryan law it requires expert ac- 1 SCOTCH SWISSORGANDIES
to 99
countants and often a decision or two If your paper is not delivered 4-zllm .

'; of the courts to determine who was Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf promptly, don't fail to notify the office. IMIMMiHIIMMtMIHYou
y nominated in a close race.LOVES I :

v' pr _-- - -,. .. . . . . .

That there is some love-stricken t These people were very anxious to do t
swain within the portals of the Sentinel : RECEIVE

s offjce, whose sufferings from a business with us and made the price so

the wounds of Cupid's dart has a PROMPT AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT AT THE
: tempting we could not refuse such a splendid -
caused him to turn to poetry" for relief -

and make some rash promises, f McELR.OY'S PHARMACYGive I offer.
is indicated by the following found. I
on the editorial desk last night: us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.llllllllllltlll'lttl"I'II'IIIIIIIQIIDII.a : These goods are worth and sold at from

I'd swear for you, I'd tear for you, ttllllllIII11I11111111111111I1lllllllllllllllllll' 75c. to $1.25 yd.Now.
The Lord knows what I'd bear foryou.I'd ,
lie for you, I'd sigh for you,
I'd drink the Ohio river dry for you,
I'd cuss for you, I'd fuss for you, selling at
: I'd smash a picnic bus for you .
I'd weep for you, I'd leap for you, .
I'd go without my feed for you, I
I'd fight for you, I'd bite for you, \\i 29c.Write '
I'd swim against the tide for you, .
I'd try for you, I'd cry for you, I
I'd walk the street all night for you, I
I'd plead for you, I'd bleed for you, : ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
I'd go without my sleep for you, for Samples
I'd shoot for you, I'd boot for you, Commencement Day-an important event in the
A rival who'd come to woo for you. should receive some fitting mark
lives of people -
I'd kneel for you, I'd steal for you, young
Such is the love I feel for you, of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the
I'd slide for you, I'd glide for you- occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
But I'll be d-d if I'd die for you! Jewelry?


The United has issued States the Good following Roads association set- direct the attention of relatives and friends to : \ OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT hIs

of maxims which are applicable had at this : to out-of-town customers -
the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be : a great help our
everywhere: store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- : ; make use of it whenever you can. Samples r

If the roads around a town are bad, est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia II ill or information cheerfully given. We prepay -
it might as well be on an island. values a
mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional :. all charges.
You can have any kind of road you and assortment.A I Write for one of our illustrated mail order

are willing to pay for; the poorer visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno tl catalogs. We invite comparison of values.

they are, the more you pay. obligation to buy.T.HIvans.
Good roads means that you can .
come to town with twice the load in

half the time you used to. I

Good roads arc easy on you, easy

,, on your horses, easy on the wagon, .
easy on the harness.A .
farm ten miles from town on a

hard road is nearer than a farm fist

miles from town on a soft road. i DICK ON .IY [ 00.
Good roads will increase Health,

Wealth, Happiness, Education, Mor- the Jeweler
ality, Civilization and Prosperity.Good .

roads will decrease Ignorance, ,
Poverty, Discouragement, Back Taxes : DEPARTMENTAL S T 0 Rf

Sheriff's Sales and Grouches. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
All talk and no work will not make .. iI'
good roads. Orlando's Favorite Shopping place

4 Go to road improvement with the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING I

full realization that it is for your own I

personal benefit and profit, not merely HMtl IIIMI H
; a public duty. 1q.r

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THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA. S. Mi v J. Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. *!I* Dispatches Indicate ConstitutionalistsWere "bet ,Ill t 1 HASEvery

|e Admission 5 cents I 1 Repulsed at

in iDallDODallDCDallDGDallDGDallDGa Zacatecas II 1 _
Mr. Z. Spinks spent yesterday

town from Oviedo. BUYS AND SELLS Should Y'S Worry.PROGRAM"She A one reel Tampa, Fla., June 24.-Consular

Mr. F. H. Rand drove down from Joker comedy. dispatches received in this city by

1 Longwood in his car yesterday. REAL ESTATE "Sheridan's Pride. A one reel Consul Manual Palermino, representing .
Joker comedy.
Capt. J. E. Harris, of Winter Park, "The Weaker Sister." A one reel the Huerta government in Mexico I

was shopping in town yesterday.Mr. I Rex drama. confirms news dispatches of the
defeat of the constitutionalists at f

W. E. Gore left yesterday for 600 acres south of Winter BEGGS MARKS Zacatecas recently. Senor Palermino janitittntL'
High Point, N. Ci:, on a business trip. @
Garden and west of has the authority of his governmentfor
Mr Bob Stevens expects to leave has been making these public. They include -
The following invitation
tomorrow for Decherd, Tenn., for a Gotha, including 10 acre an article from the Mexico :
received by many friends of the con- wattuis
vacation.Mr. orange grove. The en-1 tracting parties: Libre, an independent Mexican news- 0

and Mrs Jas. Mizell have gone tire tract covered with ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Beggs paper, and also a copy of telegrams.
N. C. to spend the bal- From the Mexico Libre of El Paso: in
Asheville be
to invite you to presentat i guaranteed
yellow pine timber. Tjvo !
ance of the summer. the marriage of their daughter "The latest news received here is
miles of lake shore. that the federal army in command of and'
Mr. A. W. Perkins and Mr. R. E. Helen Livingstonto every part
the great General L Medina Barron D
Ferris of Tampa were visitors Ito 4-23-1 I]
Mr. Sam Reynolds Markson caused the retreat of a large force of p rticular.
cur city yesterday.Mrs. eighth Mexican vandals, who were under the
Wednesday evening, July
.nitiiMiiMiiiiiiiiiiitSOLD I
J. 0. Lucius and children are
command of Radfilio Natera, upon
on a few weeks visit to friends and i i Methodist at six Episcopal thirty Church their approach to the city of Zaca- Every one a

relatives in Ocala. 15 LOTS IN WINDERMERE tecas.
( Madison, Florida
Mr. J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A. for the I! Miss Beggs is a niece of Mrs. Mv "The inspector of the Mexican con- masterpiece.All .

Atlantic Coast Line, was in town Yesterday Hon. S. S. Griffin*'sold J. Beggs of this.city and has many sulate, Arturo. Elias, upon the receipt -
business. to Mayor J. C. Palmer, of Winder- thatvehave
yesterday on friends here. Mr. Sam Marks is an of this information, immediately -
Mrst Braxton Beacham and daughter 'I mere, fifteen lots in Windermere, old Orlando boy and was quite a favorite wired to General L Medina Barron I

Miss Norma, expect to sail today overlooking Lake Butler. This makes here. He now makes his homeat the following: old have made
224 lots that Mr. Griffin has sold Mr. I
from New York city for home. Jacksonville, but has numerous Congratulatory Telegrams
Palmer in the past two years, not to I friends for
Ms. J. E. Arnold has gone up to friends here who extend their best "'El Paso, June 15.-Gen. L Medina |
mention outside lands.
Jacksonville to visit his son, Mr. orange wishes. Barron, Zacatecas.-In the name

Eolla Arnold, for a few weeks. of the majority of the Mexican colony
Just for a try-out, go to Sunday
Don't say you are just a boy and school during July. Surely you can PRESIDENTS KISS THE SWEET- here and on behalf of the inspectorsof I Allen & Co.
that the slogan "Go to Sunday school EST SHE EVER IiADWashington the consulate and the different con- ,
give four hours in a life time, justto
'affect suls, kindly accept our congratulations -
during July" does not you. the lift. i
give move a good
Selections from the beautiful opera ''I, June 24.-PresidentWilson for your victory at Zacatecas. JewelersPrompt
Hon. S. S. Griffin and family will '
"Martha" will be played by the Grand today gave a tittle girl from (Signed) Arturo M. Elias, inspectorof
orchestra at the popular theater this i leave Saturday for Hot Springs, Los Angeles, Cal., what she described consulate.' Repairing.
Arkansas. From there they will go as "the sweetest kiss I ever "The following reply to the above

evening.Mr. to Mont Eagle, Tenn., and other had." The girl was Laura Margaret was received: Everything Guaranteed.

M. 0. Overstreet left yester- mountain resorts for the summer, Reilly, the ten-year-old daughter of "'Palace of the Government, Zaca-
for Tifton, Ga., to attend a fam- i .J
day returning the latter part of September. I IklP ]
ily reunion, expecting to be away for Charles T. Reilly. tecas, Mex., June 16.-Arturo M. =101, 1 .
Little Miss Reilly called on the Elias, El Paso, Texas.-I have shown
only a few days. The Bell Aire hotel at Clearwater, with her father and mother and --- -.
president your cable to my regiment we are --- - - -- -- --- -- -- ------- --
) Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Laughlin III. returned which is a six story structure con- dressed in a dainty pink gown all thankful to the Mexican colony in ...
yesterday from Daytona, taining 250 rooms, is having 85 rooms and bonnet. After Mr. and Mrs. the land of the Stars and Stripes for '*

where they have been visiting for added, which will cost about $45,000. Reilly had shaken hands with the their appreciation of our victory, and

the past week. The, hotel will have the latest thingin 'president Laura stepped up and for the love they have for their coun- fyrinf/t/ftd

Mr. W. J. Craig, T. P. M. of the fire escapes, which will be built I pleaded: try and government. This, alone, en-

d.. A. C. L, with headquarters in Wil- by the South Florida Foundry. !I "Please, Mr. President, I want to courages us to furthei\fight and die

mington, N. C., was in the city yes- :Mr. E. W. Davis stopped over with !I take a kiss from you back to Califor- for our flag. (Signed) L. Medina Bar- : AleThe
business. the ball I '" Ginger
; terday on us yesterday and attended nia. ro n.
Mrs. P. P. Pillans and little daughter game in the afternoon. His familyare I "Certainly," said the president.

of Lakeland, are on a visit to spending a part of the summerat I The little girl left the White House best drink for the hot weather. We just re

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rob- their cottage on Shell Island, on bubbling with joy. COMPULSORY Y EXAMINATION IS ceived a supply of Beufont Ginger Ale in bottles.
inson, on North Main street. the gulf. Mr. Davis will return to

Friends of Miss Olga Rock are Orlando today.-Ocala Banner.Mr. FUNERAL OF MRS. COHOON RECOMMENDED[ [ [D BY PHYSICIAN I :

i glad to know that she is able to be : Geo. :McCulloch had the mis- THIS MORNINGThe ,. Keep Sanitary

out again, after many weeks' illness fortune yesterday to fall from a lad- ,
at the McEwan sanitarium.Mrs. der in his store while working, breaking I funeral of Mrs. Olive A. Co- Higher Standard for Entrance to !' Sami-Flush will keep Closet Bowls clean. We sellit.

i J. L. Feinberg and two chil- a window pane, which cut a long I hoon, who died Monday morning, will Medical Schools Is

dren,' also her mother, Mrs. M. C. gash in his wrist. A number of be conducted at the residence of the Demanded .

Funderburg, left yesterday for Ashe- I stitches had to be taken before it : deceased, 511 Couth Lake street, this I
but he i morning at ten o'clock. Rev. Dr. Atlantic N. J., June 24.-The '
ville, N. C., to spend the remainderof could be bandaged, was luckyto :, City,
have escaped a broken arm. Stagg, of the Presbyterian church, 3,500 members of the American Med- :
the summer. .
the funeral services, and THE SANITARY GROCERY
Misses Mary and Elizabeth Bran- will conduct ical association today attended many 1
Mr. S. Y. Way received news yes- I .
Undertaker Hand is in charge.
sectional meetings arranged an
Johnnie Smith
from Savannah Ga., announc- : ham, Eva McQuaters,
terday The pall bearers will be :Messrs.L. exchange of views on public health. CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
the death of his uncle, Mr. C. M. and Mabel O'Neal left last eveningfor
ing bridesmaidsat L Payne, A. L Beck, Carl Jansen This year's session has already
Longwood to serve as
had made his home here
Yulee, who Alf D. J. Dykes, and 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
until last the wedding of Miss Adeline Neime'er Bumby taken higher ground with regard to 200
with Mr. Way year.
and Mr. John A. Bistlain John Schnarr. recommendations than in any previous -
Mr. W. S. Branch left yesterdayfor '
which will take place at nine o'clock I year. A higher standard for en-
Jacksonville to spend a few days. this morning at the home of the LAURA SAWYER IN "THE PORT trance into medical schools is one of: ,j CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
From there he expects to go to Cleveland OF DOOM" AT THE LUCERNE
I bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. the recommendations. A more general -
to spend a month with his sis- J'I I FUNERAL DESIGNS
of the practitioner f
Neimeyer. The young ladies Another Famous Players company co-operation
ter, whom he has not seen for twelve will attend her were close friends of I I fi'lm will be shown at the Lucerne with the layman is another. Unrelenting 11 IMtilMMIIiMiHMIMIIIieiiMI
I theater featuring Miss Laura
years. fib Rollins, where I today war on nostrums is still an-
Miss Neimeyer "
in "The Port of Doom. This
Dr. J. S. McEwan returned .yester- i Sawyer other. Probably the most radical suggestion -
several happy to-. films
they spent years like the other Famous Players' .
day from two weeks spent at the gether. was pfcduced under the personal direction yet made is that the public I
t surgical clinic of Dr. Murphy: in Chicago I I. of Daniel Frohman, and is welfare would be conserved if everyman
at Rochester, said to equal Mary Pickford in "In
and Dr. Mayo and child were to b<
the Bishop's Carriage "Tess of the
11 ir.n so THE SUMMERThe I,I Storm Country," and others of their subjected to compulsory examination;

The Lord said,"Six'days shalt thou Home Laundry will close for best productions.The as to physical fitness once in a year.
labor and do all thy work and the the summer June 27th. Will open story deals with a thrilling The infant incubator has been mon
October 1st. At that time we will I mystery of the sea, and should be
in the .
seventh day thou shalt abide of a failure than a success, Dr. E
five good service when help is scarce. I most interesting.
House of the Lord." So, Mr.: Man, go Thanking our patrons for the past I I In connection with the above a Chapin, of New York, reported in a t

to Sunday school at least during the business, we hope to see them again :I beautiful two reel Domino, entitled paper before the section on disease; and most up-to-date hotel in
October 1st.HOME 1 "Forest Vampires, and a one reel
month of July. of children. Out of 150 personal ex
LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel. I I6231w American, entitled "'In Her Sleep, I
Mrs. W.. T. Jamison has' arrived will complete the bill. periences with the incubator for in Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
from Tampa to join Mr. Jamison, fants he could not report one satis

who is the new 'express agent here. Eat whit you want. FOUND-A small pointer dog.H. factory result. Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
They are at present stopping with Eat all you want. A. H. on collar. Owner can get Dr. M. P. Ravenal of Madison,

their daughter, Mrs. Geo. :McCulloch,I Take For sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget it. I and him paying by calling for Magruder's this ad., and care.stable Wis., before the section of preventiv< Valley. One of the finest views in Western -

on North Orange avenue. l-7-d&w-lyr 625ltiltllilUlUttttttttMMmm medicine and public health, said the
I day had come when it was time t( North Carolina. Open July first.

take the public health officers of ev
from under political fr
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control and see that a man was

named for such a position with a

'fieto his fitness for it. MRS. J. R. McFADYEN,

Jl LUCERNE TODAY i Dr. J. N. Hurty, Indianapolis, a ,

member of the committee on poverty,,
'w I said that in the main poverty was 6-20.d&w CANTON, N. C.
unmentionable in a
caused by sins
and that the eradi ,
public gathering ,'HIIIIIIMtMMtiM1. Iii I' I"11111 III' milMIIMlt
cation of sin and diseases would remove -

Laura Sawyer in "The Port of Doom produced by poverty. Tuberculosis played -
FOR SALE-A good little mare,, I .t*MiiMiiMmiiiminag
feeble-mindedness .
the Famous Players Film Company under the personal direction its part but : 1.000 pounds sound, gentle, a good
he declared.
; ; one of the principal factors, worker, nine years old in good order;; Shoe Repairingby

of Daniel 1 Frohman. Another wonderful also good wagon. Will take $110 for
; : ; twenty-five The brain specialists were sur horse and wagon, worth $200; haveno
for her. J. E. Tracy, Taft, PARCEL POST
film for five and presented by Prof. use
; : ; cent ten cents prised by figures Fla. 6-23-lwk
Herman Kuttner of Breslau, Germany -

one of the experts in this line i Men's Half Soles, 75e: to 8Se
"Forest beautiful
Vampires a two reel Domino.
5 A ft of surgery of Europe, who related itltlllllilMIGeo. Ladies' Half'Soles, 60c to 75c

that forty out of one hundred cases Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750

"In Her Sleep, a one reel Princess. treated by surgery where the diagnosis C. Dolive Kand Turned Soles, $I.oo

had been brain tumor, had Heels Repaired, 250

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away failed to save the life of the patient All work returned in 24 hours.

; : ; again tonight to the.holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. etc. J T LIVERY1. Orders without C. 0. D.remittance We pay returned -
Up to date painting, papering, return
is the kind want. Where to get postage. 4

i :' First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents it Entrican.! That's you easy, phone 636. 120tfEat W. T. Phone A.llansonrg

: i Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if
I accompanied what JOB want East Pine Street *
adult first floor Eat aH you want. ,248 or 355ItllllHIMMIIIillllllH w
purchasing ticket.
; J ; by Take a postscript and forget It. ORLANDO RORIMIIMIMMIilllliniiMH{

.n'i. .. ., . . . . . . . . .MIMIHIM. . For sale by all druggists.la7-d&w.lyr "
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DAILY SPORT LETER I W. S. Dickinson, a naturalist and i iI PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS Jvumtoer, Laths and Shingles

taxidermist, who settled in Miami 16 I I

:; (By Frank G. Menke) I year ago, died on the 16th from kidney -

New York, June 22-The main trouble. He was born in York-
reason why the Cornell crews have shire, England, but came to Amer- '
Notices of Lost, Wanted For. Sale Fer
been so successful in years gone by ica when a young man. Rent etc. for this column 25c for one day 4m SNAIR 11m. .
. is because of the minute attention See for three days or 11.00 for one week, for '
25 words or less. Money most accompany
given to every detail concerningtheir AN ORDINANCE REGULATING PRIVIESBe the advertisement fer this column, u BO .
insertion will be made on credit
training by Coach Charles E.

m Courtney, his assistants, and byCourtney's it Ordained by the City Council of the ORLANDO
F City of Orlando: FOR SALE
wife who for has
years Section 1. That wherever practicable
acted as "mother" to the "sailors"in privies shall abut on an alley to afford easy Narsery stock, one, two, three and
access for the City Sanitary Department four year old buds; Foster Early,
the Cornel "navy. Section %. No privy shall be located within Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
When other boat crews land a-t two hundred (200) feet of a sewer line nor ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle
at any point where it is possible to connect *
Poughkeepsie about three weeks feet with a sewer within two hundred (200) Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

c before the big boat race they usually ,
Section J. The following rules shall be
u have to spend about a week getting observed in the construction and in the maintenance FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare "ill! " " ) .

; their quarters in shape. No one of privies.a must be bargain; recently completely over- WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
( ) The roof of every privy watertight
: hauled and made new in
and if it slopes to the rear, shall every
pays any real attention as to what AND DO ALL KINDS OF
project not less than six (6) inches beyondthe part; guaranteed first class con-
A kind of water they drink. And no rear wall. dition; must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRING

,, one carefully examines into (every ings(b) amounting There must to be two an(2)opening square or feet open for sacrifiee. Come, or address, White I

t bit of food they eat. ventilation. Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg Fla. IJ
(4c) All windows or apertures for ventilation 4-23-tf J
But with Cornell it is different. A must be screened with fly-proof ORLANDO
week or so before the boys go to mesh( ) or The metald door must be tight fitting, and FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat.

c Poughkeepsie for the final two or selfclosing.e : Eighteen feet long and has four
( ) Each in the seat must havea
three weeks of training on the Hud hinged self-closing opening: cover. horse power engine. Will sell rea
(f) The compartment under the seat in sonable. Call at J. L. Empie boat
: son, "Mother" Courtney journeys up soil bucket rests, must be Gould street.
which the night shop on 6-18-2w Co.
to Poughkeepsie, invades the Cor- tightly made., without crevices, and at its DR. L H. RAMSDELt Water & Light f
nell and aided and abetted back or side there must be'an opening I
quarter (through which to insert or remove the bucket FOR SALE-Fine young buggy or OPTOMETRIST
of the place ), which must have a tightly fitting letdown .
by a squad women puts : saddle horse; sound and gentle;
the and
cover hinged at top providedwith
3; in a spic and span condition. When a button or hook. price reasonable. Phone 1021. (Saeeesaor to Dr. 0. P. UkUi)
Section 4. Where there are existing privies 6-25-3t ,
the arrive if ready
boys everything
not in accordance with the rules laid ORLANDO FLORIDAForSale
'. for them. down in Section 3, they need not be recon FOR SALE-Six room house on lot ElectricityGas
structed, unless the of the City
in opinion
Mrs. Courtney, under the direction Physician or of the City Board of Healthif 184x180. Forty bearing fruit trees.
'4 of her famous husband, has a chemist ( one be created) any particular privy Will sell for $1,900. Address Box
is a menace to health; but existing privies 294. 6.21.1w
analyze the Poughkeepsie water shall be made to conform with the follow. lltllMltlHMIIIIMIiMf s
ing minimum rules. ORANGE GROVE FOR SALETwomiles Water Ice
each year. If it isn't quite up to 1. There must be no crevices through
from Orlando. Part of the
A standard it is rejected, and if no suit- which flies may enter. I !
2. The door must be tight fitting and self. old Holden grove. Write, Mrs. Mark *
able water is found in that neigh- closing. White, Ocoee, Fla. 6-6d&wlmo.
3: There must be one or more openings for ,
borhood Courtney, has a big supply
ventilation which shall be screened with fly-
Central Ave.
FOR SALE-A few Office No. J8 West
young registered :---
shipped on from Ithaca-the kind of proof mesh of metal OR
4. Each opening in the seat must havea 'I Poland China boars. If interested
z, water that the boys are used tog hinged self-closing cover. answer at once. Address J. H., care
drinking. It has been found in num- 6. There must be a tightly fitting letdown Sentinel 6-23-tf. EXCHANGEFive
hinged cover over the compartment
erous occasions that a change in Section 5. No doors nor covers shall be -

drinking water has so affected the permitted or apertures to stand open must, and be all kept other screened openings I WANTED tent for general white housework.woman compe-Ref- Room House, built Telephone No. 6illllllllllllltlltlttMf

general health of a crew that it has tightly as aforesaid. erence. Good home and wages for
Section 6. All privies must be kept cleanat I right party., Phone 515. 6-21-3t of cement blocks 24x36, -
wrecked their chances. all times.
Mrs. Courtney takes care of the Section 7. No wash water, kitchen garbage -I Cartright shingles, two S
or slops, or other liquid waste shall be WANTED-One thousand to five TII
job of ordering the food. She sees emptied into the bucket thousand feet of second hand two- lots 100x150, some young I
Section 8. No night soil from any person
to it that every bit of food that suffering from typhoid fever or other serious inch or one-inch iron pipe, deliveredat and
comes into the quarters for consump- bowel trouble shall be deposited in any Orlando or Plymouth. AddressR. peach, orange grape- .
privy bucket without being previously disinfected M. Hudson Healey Bldg. Atlanta. ,
fruit Driven well tttt'"lllllllMfc
tion by the boys is fresh and just exactly as directed by the City Physician or trees. .
the Board of Health. Ga. 6-18-6t M MM M'' a Ba** .
by City ,III MMMi i
ordered. And she I
what she has
Section 9. A box of dry sand lime ashesor 200 feet. .
supervises. its cooking, making sure muck shall be kept in each priVY and I STRAYED OR STOLEX-From W.
every time the privy is used, a scoop full of I :M. Davis' house, young bird dog, Address To the West and Northwest
is it should be.
that everything as the said material must be poured over the three months old, female, liver and I
; Down at the boat house, John night soil in the bucket for
; Section 10. Any person violating any of white markings. Reward return. Box 424 -VIA-
Hoyle, assistant to Courtney, and a the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun 6-25-3t ,
ished by imprisonment for not more than ten
famous boat builder, sees to it that (10) days or by fine not exceeding Two DIXIE LIMITED DIME FLYER AND
t before the boys get into a shell ev- hundred $200)) dollars. I FOR RENT Kissimmee Florida
Section 11. All ordinances or parts of ,
erything is in perfect shape. ordinances in conflict with the provisionsof SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

Every bit of rigging must fit. The Adopted this ordinance June 23 are, 1914.E. hereby. repealed. 'I FOR RENT-Two office spaces in 68.lmConkey's

f seats must slide just right. The F. SPERRY, Mayor. our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Dixie Dixie
Attest: CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. Come in and we will show you. Pierce I Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

shoes must be of exactly the right 6-25-lm Electric Co. 3-29-tf IIIMMIMIIMMMIMMIIiLICET C. L.......12:31am S.lSpm I T Orlando ........................ 3:11 pm
kind and fit. Not the slightest detailin t T Jacksonville Orlando. A. A. C. L... 6'45am 7:30pm r Jacksonville ..................... 7.E0 pm
r ...........
.. 9.35am 8:25 T Jacksonville A. C. L. S.lSpm
getting the boat ready is ever TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- v Jacksonville\Vayeross, A.A.C. C.L..L.....11:50am 10.25pm pm v Waycross, A. C. L. .............10:20 pm
overlooked by Hoyle, for he knows ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. I r Macon G. S. & F....... ISpm 4.18am r Macon G. S. A F--------------- 3:46 am ,
4.26-tf ...... 8:03 7.25am r Atlanta. C. of Ga. 72 an
that if he does the eagle eye of ExcursionJuly I r Atlanta. C. of Ga. pm r Knoxville L. A N .............12-19pm
will it in fraction of The lice question is quickly r Chattanooga W. & A..12.18am 11.55am r Corbin, L A N. ................ 3:16 pm
Courtney spot a FOR RENT-Six room house, in first settled if you dust you owls \with I r Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4 50 am 4 30 pm r Louisville L. A N. ........eo.... 9:00 pm

a second. class condition. No. 210 N. Orange r Indianapolis ?a. L. ............ 1:60 am
a I I avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Or- Lice Powder Ar SL Louis, L C. Ii L. &N. %:50 pm 7 20 am
Therefore, is it any wonder that 3rd Ar Lexington, L. ft N. ............ i tiO pm
Cornell, so thoroughly trained and so lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf It's safe,quick and sure.' AT Hopkinsnlle L. & N.........:. 6.27pm Ar Cincmanti. L. &; N. ............. 8:50 pm

Sates jour poultry profits because it Ar Evansville, L ft N.... 9.28am 9.23pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. ft L ..........12.20pm
perfectly conditioned, so often tri MISCELLANEOUSBIG Ar Terre Haute C. A E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r Grand Rapids, Go R. ft L ....... 2:U pm
umphs over rivals who seem to out- From JacksonvilleVia Kills the Lice\ I Ar Chicago C. ft E. L..... 6:50 pm S:60 am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7.15am

class them in natural rowing ability Doesn't Harm Chickens
cents so cents and$1.00. DIXIE
and in endurance ?
powers PLANTS of the For the mites that Me the cracks
famous Nancy Hall m by Solid train, composed of section drawing. Solid train composed of electric lighted
Rowing experts are predicting an- variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's :I day and poultry prey house on chickens with at night sprayyour f..ke Ai For, com sleeping cars, observation compartment drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
other the river" for Choice banana at lOc are and dining car, between Jacksonville and
victory plants
"swept ,
I Conkey's Lice Liquid Fsw.brl..kl l Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinaati, and
Cornell in the regatta at Poughkeepsie : or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good Deans them out thoroughly Quart 35 I ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville LouisvCie ana Indianapolis;
time to set either. The Bear's Head ,bait 60 ,
cents JIW1
gallon cents gallon
Atlantic oast LineTo between Jacksonville and
through sleeping
on the 26th. The Ithaca outfit Farm, Pine Castle, Fla. For the deadly head louse useCONKEVS I DIXIE FLYER car
Mem to be better than that of 1913, 6-4-d6t-wlt HEAD I Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
OINTMENT LICE- artment observation sleepers, and electric Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondays
while none of the rival crews have ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Firsfc
Effective and down harm chicks. 10 and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
loomed up as formidable as Syracuseand Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, I aid 2S cents. Money back it these lass coaches ant smoking car. Dining ear service between Atlanta and Cincinnati. ,
at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. T.eGEra.lgCs.tbeludOlds'P. I I erves meals a la carte.
Columbia did last year. '
519tf. '\. elk nwl- ..,:..u Rt; ERVAff USn snu l CTFU'EMATTCS, WRITE dRi tYA
The 1914' Syracuse crew so far has Augusta, Ga . . .$ 4.00 Sentinel want ads. F. LAUBACH W. R. O'NEAL,&City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Af ent.
Under are get ,
made miserable showing. money .
a Atlanta, Ga . . 6.00 Atlantic Coast Line. OrlandoiT'S *
the driving pace forced upon them ters. Try them.

by Coach Ten Eyck, the Syracusemen Birmingham, Ala . 8.00 .&.&AA. .& _ _ :- . .JL&.............

may do a "come back," but even Chattanooga, Tenn e. 8.00 have Don't Entrican wait for, the every painter one in, town before to : ; ;; ; ; \\\\\t\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \ \\ \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" " ''iii.iiiili

the most ardent Syracuse supporters Macon, Ga . . . 4.00 you try. Am too busy to look you

do not look for a 1914 triumph. And Richmond, Va . . 10.00 up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
the strangest part of Syracuse's mis- job. 1.20-tf TIME TO TAKE UP THE[ HOUSE[ I

erable showing this year is that there Norfolk, Va . . 10.00 We insure life and loan

Wilmington N. C. . 8.00 your you
are in the crew seven of the eight money on real estate at 6 per cent

'who stroked Syracuse to such a interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,

wonderful merr The Wisconsin victory aggregation last year. is not Tickets Jacksonville sold only.July 3rd Final, from limit Curry Building, Tampa,3.25-d&wtf Fla. f FURNISHING R I l QUESTION) f IN. REAL l '

looked for to furnish any real trou- July 14th. If you want your bicycle fixed in

ble. Pennsylvania has a habit of a hurry take it to Warman's Repair

springing surprises every so often Good on all regular trains. For Shop. 12-5-tf.

but the sharps feel that this isn't information call on, or write to T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone E.A.BNEST:

one of those times. Columbia on its 2, Orlando. 35tfRead
early showing, doesn't look to fur- A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., A. C. L.

nish better than third or fourth this R. R. Jacksonville, FlaJ. the Morning Sentinel Price Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive .

year G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone 10 cents a week. delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

The Washington the role of "dark crew again horse."is The assuming 132, Tampa, Fla. I Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. pleasure to find just ,what you want at prices that are reasona-

Seattle boys are a husky lot and they ble in every sense of the word.MllllllilllllllllllMtllHMtillMMiiMIMIIMMIIiMIMMM. : /

had an easy time winning the trian-
gular Pacific Coast meet in April.
Ready for To-morrow ?
They have shown considerable im-
; ; CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
provement since then and in their Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than

workouts up to date have shown surprising other farm animals. la order to insure thorough I am using Bee Dee | j to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj joining -
speed. digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDlclNEwiihhhorses
readier for next day's work, add to theirevening my find horses it a saving regularly propositionon and j I clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this'feature
r feed a teaspoonful of- feel It also makes

: HEALTHY] 11A1RN0i ) Bee Dee STOCK them clean.healthy RlF0.t thnvug aod. | ; to you.

t O'Neill, Kebr.25c .

Mil DANDRUffUse n will lessen your feed bills.'
,sac and $1.per can.
It will Increase your profits. At your dialer's.
Parisian Sage. p B. I

It's entirely needless to have unsightly A

t matted,thin or faded hair. A & Snowden P
4 little care is all that is needed to makeit -
CowPeas! COT Peas!
thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand ? i
free from dandruff.Use I

Parisian Sage-it supplies hair Clays ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ....H.to per bushel
needs and is absolutely harmless. It Irons ... ... ... ... ... ... ... '... ...... ..................... 33.%. per bushel Furniture of Characterat
quickly stops itching head and falling Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... .:....... 3.25 per bushel
: hair, and is one of the best tonics to ; Whippoorwills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 310 per bushel
invigorate the scalp and make the blued Peas .... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 2.8S per bushel

hair grow long and beautiful We pay freight en all orders for one bushel or mire at above pnces. If wanted Popular Prices..... .... e
Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today in large quantities, we will promptly mail.samples and quotations.
from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any

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

dissappears-your head feels fine-

the healthy.hair is pretty and perfectly PLANT CITY, tI tI tI tI tI FLORIDA t' N \-,4MN\\\ \ \'IIIIIII'IIIIII"IIIIIIIIIII' 1111Ilttttr:11:: : :: : :: {



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Is the Coolest Place in Orlando


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

Condensed Specifications

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

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

axles-front, 1-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- for and board the
rates by
Special room
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter .

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

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors



of Clarcona, has
Mrs. J. B. Mills, I
+' been visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. \ THE MARKETOf
J. G. Tyner.Mr. .
Paul Parker arrived Wednes- July Hours 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

day from West Point for a visit with extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

his mother, Mrs. M. B. Parker, and Telephone connections

"I Mrs.sisters J., A.Mrs.Wilkes.E. D. N. Perkins and Savannah, Ga. $7.00 Office cor. Orange and Central Area. House. : AND SALT MEATS

1 Mrs. J. C. Fulford, of Lockhart, Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME

! spent Thursday with her relatives I Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St: Only four and one half :
and friends here. And return fromORLANDO 12-5-tf. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Mr. Henry Sightler,after a lengthy blocks from the post
visit with his sister, Mrs. E. L. Spha- .1811111111111111111111111 Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
office East Side. A
ler, left Thursday for his home at and pure.
Gaston, S.: C. Via ;
JUST OPENED variety fruit. We
are We invite inspection and
Mr. E. L. Sphaler made a business guarantee satisfaction. We have
*.;" +o Jacksonville Friday, return- Atlantic; Coast Line going to sell this property everything in the Meat Line.

)nday morning. POPE'SLUNCD
Sunday school picnic Thursday Tickets on sale July 2nd final and have put the

rery well attended but the limit July 14th. Tickets will COUNTER The PARLOR MARKET
price at only $2350.
l ming weather shortened the be good on regular trains go-

;ies to the disappointment of ing and returning. For information SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : Reasonable terms.

or Pullman reser- H. M. Self & Co.
Dr. J. F. McKinnon, county super-
vation call Atlantic
on nearest -
intendent of public schools, was here Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET
Wednesday on school business. ,
The Baptist ,Ladies' Aid Society W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., SODA FOUNTAIN Phone No. 80
114 South Ave
Orange Ground Floor
gave an' ice cream ocial Saturday W.D.WHITED.T.A.ORLANDO t OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ; \
evening which was very well' patron- Phone No. 311 1'.III"II'I'II'IIIIIIIIII'IIII"'IIIIIIIII"II.a

t ized.The Y. R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger POPE & BUTT PROPS. !

W. C. T. U. gave a little pro- Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division I
gram Sunday evening at the Union Passenger Agent

chapel I TAMPA '.flMtillilillMlliiilliHIlW f..ll. ......_ ._J.
There has been considerable intoxication -
in the village lately and rumor :
has it that traffic in intoxicantsis -

being carried on right here in Pine Fare 3'02
Castle. If guilt can be fixed a formal M. SLEMONSNew
k guilty complaint people.will be made against the BUFFALO .

t A concert for the piano fund of the : IEVELAND
school will be given in the near fu-

ture. Those interested in this mat- Goods Arriving Daily

ter are very anxious to have the instrument -
entirely paid for this year.
Announcement of the date of the con-
cert will be made in due time.
rsoo feet;breadth 98 feet faehet;510 iUtCTOomi and parlon accommodating 1500 pwenne. *
Greater in_-larger in all proportion-ncber u all ajtpnintinmU-Ihin aay .__oa
SUPPRESSION EXPECTED IN inland waters oldie world. ImemnjanelSth.Magnificent (
Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""Cty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"
TRAFFIC OF DRUGS Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Marlat to Dec.i.t We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

4 Lau,.BaII 10 900P.M. LnwOertlmd 900 P.)I. made by Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.'
The Hague, June 20.-The third international AmTednrelind 7JOA.M. Arrive Bd.Io 740A.M. "King Quality" Shoes.
opium conference has (Eutern standard Tie) Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's
l t Connection.faPaLa.Bn.TolcdoDetroita.dallpoinbTeat.edsoathw st.rUOnwJtiakcu Table Linen and Towel
reached an agreement that the inter- reading betweem Baffala aid Cleveland are good for trmuportatioa o. oar teamen.
Ask your ticket ageat for ticket via C.&:B.Line. Write 111 for handsome Oliutrated booklet free. Pants and Overalls
convention to the made by Sweet Orr
national looking Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
suppression of the opium traffic,
&: Co. Best place ;i the city to trade.
drafted by the conference in 1912,

t can come into operation as .soon as
the adhering powers have ratified it,
despite the abstention of some of the C

powers. Mi pi elh'rl' W. M. SLEMONS
This convention aims not only at I ,

the suppression of the opium traffic, .
but international traffic in cocaine URANGE AVENUE
and other noxious and habit-forming
drugs. The representatives of forty- 1ItIJIIII"I'IIII.t\'IIIIIIII'II III'IIIII'III""I'11111111111111'1' IIIII---11
four nations have taken part in the
conference on this subject althoughnot -=

all of the states have signed the .1111.1111111111; '

convention.IS =- t- 11111111..111111111111111 W L
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III 111111 Jilil
Greeley, Col., June 23.-Dentist to w Low Round Trip Rates MIMMIHMIICIii
300 hogs is the job which J. C. Sny-

der, wel-known farmer of this dis- FROM JACKSONVILLE SUMMER COOKINGHow

trict tackled yesterday, and todayhe St.i.w J37.7S CW|. $43.50 Ciaenuli $300
holds the Weld County record for JI c%a.sprmp. 58 sa.1O.M St.Dtlk fad... 5 58.75 fl-5 Uunlle foiTiUt 21.40 31.50
the extraction of teeth, pulling a total Salt Lake CQ 71.M loupe 7(7 Enwnlle 315Yelllnnt.u
of 1,200 in less than four hours. I'll f Pwtkai_....... IOC 7811.00 Taroate Mistreat. ... ... 48.M 5545 lidiaupofi FmcaLck. .... ... 36 35.20 JO do you do your cooking in summer? Is your kitchen :
T.W. 41.1'lea
till Seattle 1MM Petnkey
The amateur dentist did the work I II 1 Angeles .. .. 89.59 lUckisac .. .5300. Detroit .. 43.50 hot and stuffy with a dirty wood or coal range or do ;
witwhout the aid of either a diplomaor Sal FriKBC*. 89.50 BIlfiaJ.I ISMS .47 40 CktoUnqu 47.40 you
Glacial Park Mann a F Bi 47.40 Mama** Cave 30JO
laughing gas, and it was under- Low rates to other points in Colorado.California.Canada.Mmne.tola. havea clean, cool and comfortable Gas Range?
taken as the result of an epidemic .Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionallylow
I rate from other points in the State.
among the small porkers on the Sny- ; Tickets on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. ii
der ranch. VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER. SALT We are offering some great reductions during June and ;
The pigs did not seem to be thriving ij I .A1 t; LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.
and investigation showed they ,, Going through St Louis returning through Chicago ; would be glad to make cooking a pleasure for you.
or Liberal stop-overs on all tickets.
were suffering from black tooth, a TJcejeru.
disease which affects small molars = I through train daily choice of three different
just behind the tusks. ,---- ) routes.
/ } Tare dally trains to the southwest through New
Dean E. Ponder Disin- I t Orleans. Unexcelled dining car scmce. Fast time.. Orlando Water & Light
Oxogene Rock ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated HI Company
fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, I booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleeping -
Empire building 5-27-lm car reservations and other information address,
-l ) H. C. BRETKEY, Gas DepartmentMilllUlllMllliliinililllllliMllliilllJ.MilM.il ;

Bobber Straps made to order at 1 III FJ.wa{ r.....Naf
WanDID' Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. 134/.atlay5ttast. l'lD
II I JACDONYI1U.FU. Vn:lYt M 1 1 i i Hi M M n u lit 1 1 1 1 i t i .. .. .... .mi i"" "

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I In Montana wm Rioting HURT Where $100,000 v V

I 1r Worth of Property Was L1
1 a Q! e 1 s
I. Destroyed

I Butte, Mont., June 24.-One man ."',=;,::,:: :: ;'::,
was shot and killed, one was fatally
wounded, another seriously hurt and
property valued at $100,000 was destroyed -
by dynamite during the riot '
: ing which occurred last night at the ; nt
Bank of Orlando and
the State
Come to i Butte miners' union hall between factions .
open your savings account with $1, or any I of the union. ;i: A l Mefeididyi'act( ;( ] ,
I II I 11
larger amount you have. Make regular deposits I Dozens of shots were fired and
more than twenty blasts of dynamitewere
day. Put in an extra dollar or
every pay set off during the night. .
two whenever you can spare it. Keep faith The city today was quiet but Gov- .. ( Hi1i
yourself-apoid the temptation to let money ernor Stewart at Helena prepared to ; ( }
issue a call for state troops to pre- ,

slip through four fingers. vent further disorders. that each setting sun, brings us] nearer the end. j J I s'i
Many armed deputies were at the
That is the safe way for you to save mon-
hall last night to preserve order at a When
ey. .It is the only sure way. We will pay you meeting called to discuss plans for your days are ended, what about your

4 per cent interest to help and encourage you. settlement of the differences between I loved ones? ';,.

the factions in the union. Large Today is yours! Let it not close without

\ The State Bank of Orlando Western numbers Federation of the seceders of Miners from, who the I ., making a start toward placing your home on a

have planned to form a new union ? :. business basis, and providing your loved ones ::
under the auspices of the Industrial '' with a systematic plan for their maintenancenow .., .
Workers of the World, were near the :.:. and hereafter. ;
hall. /
"Innocent Bystander" Was Hurt ;,: Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you" i
The insurgents stormed the hall
and Sheriff Driscoll's deputies fired I "
several shots into the air to drive : : :
i back the crowd but without effect.I : : ;;: ;?L' ;

The crowd pushed on and when the I f.
deputies fired upon them, Ernest Noy,
traveling inspector for the Montana '. ,.,. ,
Manchester, N. H., June 24.Damage TELLS GIRL "I'VE DONE IT" Demurrage bureau, fell dead. Two I .. \." .'.. '.-

1; dollars estimated was done at by nearly fire in a Manches-million Lakeland, Fla., June 24.-Financia others caused were the insurgents wounded. to The retreat shooting but I.I } : I :
troubles and a love affair said .0 F t 0:
ter's business section this morning, are .0D Til
soon they returned with dynamite ..JJ. .. .. WJ. ,
to have caused '
today '
s and early this forenoon the flames Ewing Blakely I which they exploded under the union 11 I '".. . ...
k still were beyond control. A five of Nashville, Tenn., to commit suicide I I : .

story brick building of the John B. .here last night. hall.The front of practically every I '. .. _
Varick company, hardware, jewelry Ewing took a dose of 731-2 grainsof building in the block of. which the I I ', :: .y.: ,:' :: :... ":'. .: :::. '..:" .:.:;:\"::'::':;i}. :';::,':,
; and photographic supply dealers, and bichloride of mercury and died miners' hall was the center was .
i a three story brick annex had been five hours afterwards. He is said to I I wrecked. Hundreds of persons were ,I -
destroyed and the fire was spreadingto I have called up the girl in the case struck by showers of flying glass. 'day declared last night's disorderswere KING PETER OF SERVIA ABDI- NOTICE TO SIDEWALK CONTRACTORS -
a cigar factory. shortly after taking the poison, tell-I The federation hall practically was : not perpetrated with the knowl- CATES IN FAVOR OF SON
# Five firemen were burned about ing her over the telephone: "Well, demolished.The I edge or consent of the union officials. :
; the head and face when an explosionof I've done it." whereabouts of Charles H. i "It was not in our power to pre- '!| Belgrade, Servia, June 24.-King Bids win be received by the City
powder and chemicals hurled them Over ten gallons of water was used Moyer, president of the Western'vent," he said. "The first shot was Peter I. of Servia, abdicated the Council at the City Hall up to 2 p. m.,
1 June 26th, 1914 for placing side-
through a window on the ground to wash out his stomach, but he had Federation of Miners, who fled from 'fired by the Western Federationists. throne today. walks where ordered by the City
;f' floor. taken such a powerful dose that his the miners' hall when the firing began I don't know whether they intendedto The king's abdication was made in Council under Ordinance No. 348.
The fire started about 2:30 o'clock. case was hopeless' from the first. He last night is a matter of conjec kill but they were responsible for favor of his second son, Prince Alexander Specifications may be had after Mon
A large quantity of powder and cart- was,conscious to the last and seemedto I ture. He got into an automobile and ,'I what happened," as his eldest son, Prince I' day, June the 22nd.right to The reject City any Council and reserve all-
ridges in the stock of the Varick com- regret his rash act, asking those I I was driven rapidly away. A report:I All of the miners continued at George, in 1909, renounced his right bids. t
:. pany was ignited, and a number of about him if they thought he would that he had taken refuge in the county work this morning. {[f of succession. The king's action was E. F. SPERRY, Mayor.
:: explosions helped the flames quicklyto recover. He was a son of John H. jail was denied by Sheriff Driscoll. :I I taken because of ill health.
work their way into the upper Blakely, 115 Seventeenth avenue,I I II President Michael McDonald of the I Find what you want in Sentinel Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- f
,., floors and through the roof. North Nashville.* New Butte Mine Workers' union, to- "wants. I Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. ford 5-19tf., Fla. Write or phone for prices. I..]
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great Sale has been wonderfully marvelous. You must bear us out in this.

But the greatest is yet to come, when beginning, .

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Remnant SaleSuch

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

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


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

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

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

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


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t.i : I Orlando's Largest Store. "Quality Did It." : At

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