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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 26, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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I THE 1 MORNING SENTINELTHE




.PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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

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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDA, JUNE 26, 1914. NUMBER 116.

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ENTIRE CITY FIRE-DOOMED




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;It Wic. MlfAN WA NAMED[ fOR THE[ Salem Most, Disastrous Mass. Swept Confla-by the I DEMOCRATIC[ LEADERS[ [ IN CONGRESS[





*.. ORLANDO O POSTOFFICE[ YESTERDAY Y[ [ Y gration in History of ALARMED[ BY I THE[ lAfliN FAILURE[



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I New England

PRESIDENT WILSON SENT BRICK ROAD SHOUlD {fXTND[ TOO AN WEIL FOR 1[ POOR AND MEMBERS URGING CESSA-


m: "HIS.. FOR NAME CONFIRMATION TO SENATE O OSC0A[ [ LINE[ 15,000 ARE HOMELESS; ra[[ Of QUO O TION OF ADJOURNMENT LEGISLATIONAND



OVER 10 MILLION LOSSHeartRending There Is Sickness and
In the Opinion of Hon. A. B. New- Suffering and I

iii POPUUR ASS TMIf GUS PROMO ON ton, Who Went Over It Poverty Amidst Plenty PRESIDENT Will INSIST ON PROGRAM

: in This
City
'I Yesterday Stories of Suffering and

: l CONFIRMATION WILL FOLLOW SAYS TRUST LEGISLATION MUST

flP. .SHORTLY AND COMMISSION Kissimmee"Orange road county to should the county pave line the, Loss Come from Stricken City as the be As poverty long as and there sickness is life meriting there will the AND WILL BE PASSED AT
THIS SESSION OF CONGRESSMcADOO
WILL BE ISSUED AS SOON AS -
I1. aid and comfort of those more fortu-
if it another bond issue
f. .. BOND CAN BE PREPARED AND even to raise requires the money," was the- Water Supply Gives Out and a nately situated. In the big cities SAYS COUNTRY IS

-.:pryFORWARDED TO WASHINGTON opinion expressed by Hon. A. B. New- there is always need for charity and GENERALLY PROSPEROUS

: ton, of Winter Garden, nominee from Thousand Firemen are Helplessto sympathy for the poor and ill. Orlando -

this for member of the is not large enough yet to needan June
'. Mr. William Charles McLean was county next Washington, 25.-Special.-( )
and candidatefor organized system whereby the The failure of the firm
legislature a strong Check the Flames great importing
yesterday appointed postmaster at
needy may obtain relief but right j
: the speakership.Mr. of H. B. Claflin Co. was a staggeringblow
\-t Orlando to succeed Hon. W. R. now there is need of liberal donations
I Newton had just returned froma -- to the Democratic leaders of the
).,.' O'Neal, whose commission expired on trip to Kissimmee when seen by a Salem, Mass., June 26.SpecialThis ) who arrived tonight, aided by a thou- for the relief of some who have been administration in congress. It was

','iJ-;} the 13th inst. The first news of the Sentinel representative, and he did city of 43,000 population is sand policemen from other cities, are visited by misfortune's heavy hand. hailed by the opposition as an answerto
't: appointment was received in Orlando There are families with five and six
; not hesitate to express the opinion doomed to almost complete destruction guarding the ruins and keeping off President Wilson's statement that
: I. by Mr. S. Y. Way in a telegram children with both father and motherill the business
depression
that Orange county would make a present was
j t from Washington, stating that the mistake by stopping the brick paving by fire. It is the greatest fire looters.A and not a penny with which to buy I only "pychological" and not actual,

U H <,> president had sent Mr. McLean's four miles this side of the Osceola in the history of New England, bring report just before midnight said bread for the little ones or medicinefor and that Democratic legislation already -

f name to the senate for confirmatjon. county line. He said that possibly ing in its wake a terrifying tale of that incendiaries are working. Two the afflicted. There is only a enacted, and to be enacted,

x, The appointment of Mr. :McLean there were other roads that could suffering and loss. fires started shortly after ten o'clock few cases of this kind and it will be would prove beneficial to legitimate
; has been daily expected since the first only to call them to the
t ; necessary
business. The Democratic members
firemen both of incendiary
\ wait a year or two if funds were not and the say were -
T of the month when At midnight tonight a great fire attention of the hearted
.
Congressman generous peo-
who the cessation of
1 sufficient to complete this road at origin.At are urging legislation -
Claude L'Engle suggested his appointment :" fighting force of a thousand men, ple of Orlando and help will be forth-
this time, and that he had no idea an the and an adjournment, are using
to the department but has drawn from all the cities and ten o'clock tonight great coming.
rTf additional bond issue would be neces- towns the report of this failure as an argument -
been held in the department by Naumbeage Cotton Mill, the biggest Contributions be left with Mr.
up within may
sary, but that if necessary bonds a radius of 25 miles is help- to strengthen their protest
routine method of procedure made plant in New England, is in ruins. H. H. Dickson or with Mrs. H. T. the of the
should be issued to complete this par- less. The water supply has given against program president
necessary by the large number of ap- ticular bit of road. Firemen are falling in their tracks Sanders, 4 Jackson street, who have to force through this session addi-
pointments handled by the postoffice out. Dynamite has taken the placeof interested themselves in these casesso I
Osceola county has a fairly good from exhaustion. Before midnightthe tional legislation.
department. The delay has resultedin water in the mad fight to check sorely in need of assistance. Let
sand-clay road to the Orange county within hundred In the face of this Democratic protest
Mr. O'Neal continuing as postmaster the flames, but this is ineffective. The fire "was a yardsof your donation be generous in order
line, better in fact than this county'sroad and before the Claflin failure
for short time after his commission the postoffice, the Salem Newsbanks that be
a center of the is doomed. present suffering may relieved -
city
'" and there is little doubt that if became known, the Missouri delega-
expired. theaters and retail districts. and a brighter future held out
,
will brick to the Os-
Orange county Fifteen thousand people are home- tion in the house sent the presidenta
7 Confirmation of Mr. McLean's ap- ceola line that county will still fur- I There is no evidence at midnightthat for Ihe unfortunate ones, and remem- signed pledge to stick in session all
)less., The loss will
property reach ber that the Lord loveth a cheerful
pointment by the senate will followas ther improve their part of the routeto the fire can be checked. Every- summer if necessary to pass the leg-
a matter of course in a few days, Kissimmee.Mr. ten million, and may exceed that fig- giver. asks.
thing is as dry as tinder. islation he The president officially -
and then as soon as his bond can be W. H. Brokaw drove Mr. New. ure. commended the Missouriansfor
Late tonight the police could makeno UPRISING IX
and forwarded to GUERRERO
prepared Washington :ton and Hon. S. S. Griffin to Kissimmee Untold horrors come in the wakeof their ungrudging support of his
his commission will be issued and in his car, Mr. Newton makingthe estimate of the dead. In the ex- program.

he will take charge of the office. The trip in the interest of his candi- this terrible calamity. Scores citement hundreds were unaccounted Washington, June 25.Dispatchestoday
first news' of his appointment was have gone mad, driven insane by the from Rear Admiral Howardsay
for the the housein
dacy speakership for and no search can be made of the President Insists on Trust Legislation
t conveyed to Mr. McLean by the Sen- the next Florida legislature. In excessive, heat and excitement. reports have reached him of a
ruins under present conditions. Manyare constitutionalist Washington, June 25.-Special.-)
tinel and he sincere uprising in the state
r expressed appreciation discussing this subject Mr. Newton The mercury hovered around the :
said to have been trapped in fac- President Wilson in addressing the
4 of the support given him by said his chances were improving daily of Guerrero, whose boundary line is
hundred mark when with small
a ex-
his many loyal friends in Orlando. and that he felt very much encour- tories. Many are crazed from thirst. only about seventy miles from Mex- Virginia Editorial association today,
plosion fire broke out at the Korn declared he will not turn aside from
There has been quite a spirited but aged over the prospects of his selec- Even the supply of drinking water is ico City.
Leather Factory in the manufacturing This is nearer than uprising his anti-trust program, and that trust
V friendly contest for,this appointment tion as presiding officer by his fellow fast giving out. any
and besides Mr. McLean there were members. He has a number of center of the city. Then came under the constitutionalist banner legislation must and would be passedat
::J! The city is in darkness except for this session of The
..1' five or six other applicants, all of pledges of support already and these the first alarm, second alarm, general hitherto reported. congress. pres-
the flare of flames and the vivid ident expressed the belief that a busi-
: ;, whom had strong backing from' their are being added to daily. \ alarm, and then calls for help to outside *
revival and holds that
illuminations from terrific explosions ness was near

.friends.the:'field With Congressman so'many applicants L'nEgle an in; cities. of dynamite. lA h[ T D Y h GOODS D fI MIN with the passage of the trust bills an
; ; immediate business boom will follow.
!f nounced that he would visit Orlando Fanned by a gale the fire spread.
MORE[ THAN HAlf MEXICO[
He declared that the mark
t.* and endeavor to ascertain the wishes Carried a mile by flying embers fire Bulletin-12:35 A. }I. question
had been business for the
!"'"off,the patrons, but' ill health and his broke out in other sections and no Salem, Mass., June 26, 1 a. .- UNITED STATES troubling

:= duties in Washington prevented a I Is N NOW IN HANDS less than three large size conflagrations (SpeciaL-The Salem hospital which last ten be years ended.Following and. that uncertaintyshould

1 personal canvass of the situation, and I
i finding that he could not visit Ort are raging tonight. No one has a list of 200 patients, caught fire HAS FAILED up the administration's

t lando he announced through the press OF f REBELS[ can tell when the fire will stop. shortly before midnight. Citizens efforts to demonstrate that business

11. that he would be, governed,in his seCpection Panic reigns in the city and the with automobiles are removing the conditions are sound, a statementwas

; by the written endorsements military, in charge of the governor, patients. H. B. CLAFLIN COMPANY, issued from Secretary of the

f i of the patrons: of the office. This announcement VILLA WILL NOW MOVE OF NEW YORK, GO INTO Treasury McAdoo's office today declaring

't: carried to' Congressman THE HANDS OF the country generally is pros-

: -f: ,.$ L'Engle several hundred letters, a AGAINST AGUAS CALI NEW YORK SENATOR ACCIDENTALLY BASEBALL RESULTS RECEIVERS perous. "Business is spotty in some

..': of'1 rge majority of which were endorsements ENTES EN ROUTETO SHOT places," says the statement, "partic-

of Mr. McLean. American League ularly in those industries and supply
MEXICO CITY New York 3-3, Boston 24. houses which railroad .
t Mr. McLean has been connected New York, June 25.-William H. UK NUMBER Of AfAlIAHD STORES S depend largely on
Washington-Philadelphia; rain. orders, but there are signs of
with
the Orlando postoffice as clerk,
Reynolds, a former state senator, I
Chicago 3, Detroit 2. decided improvement even in this
: for the past twelve years and was mm lOST in IN DAmE may be confined in St. Luke's hospitalfor St. Louis 3, Cleveland 6. OVER-EXTENSION field. No comment was made by the
\ recently promoted to assistant postmaster week the wound inflicted OF CREDIT IS
a or more by -
National
League the failure of
treasury department on
4' Mr.O'Neal\ desiring before the accidental GIVEN AS THE CAUSE OF
Saturday by
y his retirement Pittsburg 4, St. Louis 1. the Claflin company, which carried
:. of faithful to show his appreciation VILLA'S PERSONAL ACCOUNT discharge of Mayor Mitchel's pistol. Cincinnati-Chicago; rain. CRASH-LIABILITIES ARE down with it a score of department
and conscientious
service -
He / OF THE FIGHTING AROUND The bullet passed through Reynolds'left Boston 7, New York 6. PLACED AT $35,000,000, stores in various sections of the coun-
to three
came Orlando some
*
before entering the ZACATECAS WHERE HE thigh. The mayor explained that Philadelphia 8, Brooklyn 7. ASSETS $40,000,000 try. Comptroller Williams, however,
years ; postofficeand
Mr. Reynolds Mrs. Mitchel friendof
a
Federal
League stated that while number of banks
has a
: continuously resided in this CAPTURED FIVETHOUSAND
Mrs. Mitchel and himself
,t'city for,fifteen years. Born in Kentucky had returned Indianapolis 3, Kansas City 5. New York, June 25.-The great had paper of the Claflin concern none

- .' &: in 1861 he came to Florida in from the Mitchel farm at Baltimore' 4, Brooklyn 5. dry goods house of H. B. Claflin com- would be seriously affected by the
tft Croxton, where they had been shoot-
Buffalo 6 2.
1885, first locating in Jacksonville.tDuring' Pittsburg pany failed today with liabilities of failure.
El Paso, Tex., June .-The tak- ing at a target "When we reachedthe St. Louis 8, Chicago 13. $35,000,000. The assets are estimatedat
liis twelve years service in house here," said Mr. Mitchel
( ing of Zacatecas places the entire Southern League 10000000. STREET PAVING BONDS SIGNED
4 the .postoffice Mr. McLean has
c **' northern part of Mexico and much "the senator alighted and I picked upa Atlanta 10, Memphis 1. Two proceedings-friendly and un- AT LAST
*,ma revolver that
inclosed in
than half of the territory was a 9 Nashville 4.
more republic's Chattanooga friendly-threw the firm into bank-
:willing. ,assistance have resulted in
;his promotion to the postmaste/ship. I in the hand? of the constitu- leather holster and turned to follow Mobile 5, Birmingham 2. ruptcy and two receivers were named The street paving bonds, which

).,.* **3us and' I tionalists. It marks another stage in him. Montgomery 2, New Orleans 1. under bonds of $500,000 each. have been held up for several days
obliging, fully Ii the of three rival constitutionalist 'A motor coat that I had thrownover South Atlantic
tnd thoroughly familiar i race League The Claflin company controls or is awaiting the signature of Mr. J. T.

itoffice d'ies, efficient 1' leaders to Mexico City. my arm caught on some metal Macon 11, Savannah 2. I affiliated with some thirty retail Hendricks, were signed by him yes-

s sured under his admin-t General Villa from Zacatecas probably projection of the automobile, drag- Augusta 13, Albany 4. i stores throughout the United States terday. Mr. Hendricks was out of

I will move against Aguas Calien- ging me around. The movement Columbia 4, Charleston 1. 1 and it was the indorsement of their town when the bonds came and he

I !I tes almost directly {to the south, tipped the holster upward and the Columbus 3, Jacksonville 1. I paper held by more than 3,000 bank- was only located yesterday, Mr. Wei-

whence the remnants of the Zacatecas revolver slipped out. It struck the I ers here and in interior cities that ton Johnson having searched for him

it for the erection of a garrison retreated. Gen. Pablo sidewalk in a peculiar way, breakingthe THE WEATHER : caused the crash. and found him at Lake Jessup swamp.Mr. .

Hding" in Key West has Gonzales, the eastern divisional commander safety mechanism} and driving the Florida: Local thunder showers : Unless blocked by creditors a reorganization Johnson had the bonds with

the bid being a little who took Tampico, has been hammer point against the cartridge, Friday and Saturday. of the firm is contem- him and as soon as Mr. Hendrickshad

I ad the extras that will ordered to take San Luis Potosi, now which exploded. plated, according to a statement is- attached his signature returnedto

\ up to about $30,000., : weakened by an almost complete "The senator did not wish anythingsaid One may now ride on a hydro. : sued by John Claflin, the president the city with them.

:. t'soon, and part of therailable evacuation. Gen. Alvaro Obregon, about the accident, fearing it aeroplane for $10. Having the ten, I The failed firm grew to its great

for use by Oc-, commander of the army of the :west, would needlessly alarm his family, spot would be thrilling enough for us: position in the dry goods world from Go to Curtis & O'Neal's, the lead-

\ i (Continued on page 4) now abroad." -Dade City Banner.. (Continued on page 4) ing stationers .for 26 years.

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F SPORT LETTER MALCOLM GIFFORD, JR., OX found in the person of Mrs. Mil MIHItlMMIIIMHMMillllMMMHiMIMMM --

TRIAL FOR MURDER dred Thorne, of 12 Phillips, St. Al- MIMMHMIimilllll III Jill 11111 11111 III I .
iiiiiiiiimim
(By Frank G. Menke) ;,bany. She said that the night Clute

New York, June 25.-Jim Mitchellof Albany, N. Y., June 25Nineteen was slain he drove to the curb to

our town, and one of the greatest year old Malcolm Gifford, Jr., i speak to her. His pasenger was be- .111111111111111111111111111111111.11111111111111111111111 11111111..

r weight heavers that ever did any of Hudson, N. Y., scipn of a family tween twenty-five and thirtyfiveyears

s heaving, Almost fought a duel once. which his been wealthy and prominent of age, she said, and worea

It happened in Stockholm, Sweden, in this state for more than a mustache. Gifford is clean shaven. M

t back in 1912, and the near-gory facts ecntury, was put on trial for murderin i i' GRAND THEATRECOOLEST

} have just come to light. the County Court here today. He Young man, if you are away from

Jim who is a trifle larger than the is accused of shooting Frank J. Cluteof home, go to Sunday School during

Woolworth Building, went over with Albany, the night of April 1, 1913. July with the crowd and then write

A the American contingent for the pur- Gifford has developed tuberculosis your mother what you have done'

pose of "covering" the contests forT while in prison. Dr. C. Bailey of and make her glad. It will pay you SPOT IN THE TOWN !

one of the American papers. Among Hudson, N.Y., said today the upper more than money.
portion of the right is al- 'I MHMMMMMMMr ''MtMIIIIIMitlttCittmimiiltHMttntliXODA 11
lung
s Jim's duties was that of snap-shot- gone i I II
'
; ting any important ,incidents of the ready. I C. L. Hodges store at MacclennyI :

doings.It Clute drove a large five passenger]I was robbed one night last week. About Y

automobile for hire. A man engagedthe 150 worth of selected I
so happened that one afternoon i? carefully
the in automobile and driver about 8 clothing stolen, the robbers takI
t Jim, who was in second row was I
the grand stand, wanted a pictureof o'clock p. m. ,April 1, 1913.Clute's I(ing i all the time desired to select : "Memories that Haunt," a Vitagraph in two parts. ; ;| :

little the Frenchman King of Sweden.had the An seat excited, just dawn the automobile next morning was found standingat at what they wanted. presenting Earle Williams, Rose Tapely and Mary Maurice : ;| i \


in every front time of that the Mitchell huge Mitchell got the king-and Albany the side and of Troy th main, by road a milkman.between II DR. A. B. WHITMAN You know what you can expect from these people. : ij j

There were stains of blood on the ""'
French-
ly form right in focus the
cushions and floor of the machine. DK cFI97r "
man would bob back and forth and "The Rube an Eccentric One : :
comedy. ; ;
The body of Clute lay in a ditch near way
the
sightMitchell
# spoil by. East End Charleston Block, up-stain above the ordinary.
endured the bobbing pro- I
Professor Jams Craw, a Waterville
; cess in patience for more that a min-
high school teacher, several days

ute,with and then his huge, exasperated left arm,,he picked reachedout the later found a pair of gloves sold i DR. F. C. BOARDMAK "A Leap for Life," one of those exciting Kalem ; :

'by Bros., N. Y., near the scene
little Frenchman off his fet and tuck- dramas.
of the tragedy. I DENTISTBoardman
ed Frenchie in the hollow of his left
: Clute had been shot three timesin
arm. Holding him this way with one i Building
the back of the head. In the automobile -
F arm, Mitchell was able to train the :
were three empty shells. GOOD MUSIC.
camera with his other hand and snap Office Hours:
That was the only evidence obtainedfor
the King, just as he was passing out many months.On 8.3010120 1:30104-00 .

,of 'focus.
the last day of March, 1913, Telephone 540.
The picture taken, Mitchell extri- young Gifford got his father's jer- CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.

Frenchman from under his
cated the
mission to attend a dance at the
arm and dropped him back to his Troy club and young Boardman MAKE YOUR OWN f "
Frenchman without word SA TURDA Y "Captured by Mexicans.
seat. The a i and other school friends on the PAINT ---

scampered away from his seat and 1 evening of April 1. I 0 8

out of the stands. About 20 minutes 'IOU tl'ili SAVE I t'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIlltllllllllll
Derick L. Boardman, young Raimey 1111111111111111'llllllllllllill : :
later another Frenchman came along, 60cls.PERGU.THIS I tftlll IIIIIIIIIIIII'IIDI'lllllllalllllllllllll 1111111IIIIgii
and SchImon had invitations toa
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t .ttlllll'I't IIIIICltllllllllllllllllllllll11.1111111111111111111.
I IO IIID
out Mitchell and shoved a .
sought ,
dinner at hte Troy dub precedingthe is now
card at him."What's ')
dance and Macolm Cifford had
J Buy 4 gals.L.C&M.Semi- .
'lllttllllll'III'CIIIIII'11118111111111 "t"lllmll1111111111111111111
"
this? thundered Mitchell, an invitation only to attend the ,/ Mixed Real Paint $8.40 ttll'.llli'C+tttttt.teIICIIIIIO..1111111 :::

fingering the pasteboard, which borea dance. The three other lads left Gif- And3gal5.LinseedOil .

French name. ford about seven o'clock, going to to mix with it 2.15Makes7gals.PaintforIO.E3

"Eet ees zee name of zee gentleman the club. He told them he would gout :>>

you have insult," replied the for his dinner to some restaurantand It's only $1.50 per gal.
.
r Frenchman. "His honaire has been join them at the club in time The L &: HI. SEMI-MIXED Condensed of'the
report
insult He challange zee to zee duel." for the dance. REAL PAINT i. PURE WHITE LEAD,
ZINC and LINSEED OIL-the best noul1
...
a 'Say, you don't mean that little Gifford appeared at the Troy club paint materials for 100 ;years.
that sat in front of me, about eleven o'clock that He Use a gaL out cf any you buy and if not the
jumping jack night. best paint made,then return the paint aaJ t tall ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.
do you?" asked Mitchell, not being was as lively as ever, many there your money back. \

sure of the identity of the person testified, took just as must ine men HELM'S HARDWARE CO.

whom he was supposed to have in testified, took just as much interestin \ at close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith
sulted."I the dance and was as ready as ever RHEUM A 110 SUFFERERS

mean, sir, zee grand gentleman for joking or frolicking. He went SHOULD USE Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida.

who sat in zee seat in front of zee. back to the Boardman house with 5 DROPSTho

I say his honaire has been insult and the three other boys early in the

you shall pay in zee duel" morning and slept alone in the room Best Remedy .

I "Oh, that's who you mean, eh?" of Henry Boardman owner of the FOP all forms of

grinned Mitchell. "That little geezer! house.
RheumatismLUMBAGO. RESOURCES LIABILITIES
Say, are you his second?" Gifford is accused of murderingClute

"I have zee great honaire, sir." between the time he parted
from the Boardman and Schl- Loans and Discounts S372.S74.39
"Wel, lookit here, said Mitchell. Raimey Capital $100,000.00

p "I don't know much about this duel- mon youngsters about seven o'clock Overdrafts 647.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 34,121.37

# ing business, that is, the rules of the and his appearance at eleven o'clockat .
the Troy club. SCIATICA GOUT. NEURALGIAS Stocks and Bonds 26018.33
w game. Tell me, who chooses the Deposits 5S5.497.6S
The man who had hired Clute in AND KIDNEY TROUBLES.DROPS.
weapons? Real Estate, ,Fur. and Fixtures 26187.37 Due to Banks and Bankers 8,318.97
front of Heeler's
wore a overcoat -
g "Zee gentleman who ees is chal- grey .
lenged makes zee choice," replied the and a fedora hat of light color. Cash on Hand and Due from

Frenchman. "Een thees case, sir, So did Gifford at the Troy Club Banks 301,970.31
dance. STOP THE PAINOir..QolckR.B.1
you shal choose. Name zee weapons,
Clute's body robbed. The .
is sir was con- --
name ze weapons. Ni A'
tents of his pockets including his wal- I Ukilt
3 Mitchell s+retche<: himself to his: .
Total.
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Total $727,997.99 $727,997,99
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r full height, expanded his enormous let, which held his chauffeur's license i

chest, and then, leaning almost half card, were missing when the

way over so that he could get his body was found. e.PLIHOPI" mS ON i MQBOr .

lips close to the Frenchman's ear, he One witness for the boy has been Swanson 1M.IMW.UM Rheumatic M.CMMM Care Coy I GEO. E. NOLAN, ,

bellowed: ,
F "Battle axes battle axes, I 1 Cashier.ForSale

choose battle axes, you little frog "STARVING TO DEATH"Was .

'. eater. Do we duel?"

l They didn't.

f John K. Tener, the National League

seems to have hit on a splen- Mrs. Bell of Florida When
prexy did little plan for abolishing rowdy- I::ll'lllllllllllllllllllt' t IMII*:: : : :::: :::::::::::::::::: ::::

; ism on the field. Tener, in a letter She Began Taking Peruna. :

.a to all league presidents, sugested Jill 11111 111I1 I'*' .
III
} that they "dock" all the players Tcs. I was starving to death" we heard from her December 191%, MH ,
said Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
i during the time of their suspension. Florida, Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrh I
{ If Tenor's scheme is put into use take Peruna. I could not eat any- of the stomach see "Ills of Life." sent I
t- it will do much to eliminating row- thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, i I I
toured on my stomach. My stomach Ohio. s
1 dyism. In the past, when players
was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
j were suspended, they continued to acted as If I had acute dysentery. IRas with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8-room : : .
draw their salaries. But if the owners In great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the sameas ; ss

f decide not to pay them while I doctors had been employed but gave the nose and throat Catarrh of : House 2 doors : I
me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derangethe
1 in forced retirement it's I
they are I
functions
growing worse. of these organs. The I
) something of a cinch that the players I I Was In Despair. stomach can no longer digest food. : west of Wyom-: arrived load
wil curb their tongues and remain in I The food lying in the stomach, even, Just car
the "In my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion : ing Hotel. Bar- ;
game. straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro- FORDS for immediate '
t While on the subject of rowdyismone some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation. I
testimonial from a woman who had gain.
might remark that another of
Food Sours In the delivery.
f been troubled much like myself. I StomachA ,
the predictions organized baseball
or concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is
t concerning the Federal League, has I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed into the system by the blood Get nowF.
failed to come true. Dr. :vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe : A. L. Bentley, yours
the same time I wrote to
whole system, producing a CORdiI -
j Before the present season opened Hartman. He pronounced my case
tion now known as autointoxication' I II j j G. RUSH
? the 0. B. persons declared that the catarrh of the stomach and bowels. I I self poisoning. The fermenting irri- 10 E. AMELIA AVENUES i

f Federal teams were composed mostlyof I soon began taking Peruna. At tating mass, as it passes down into I Phone 226
H
I to After taking I
once began improve. 41
the bowels irritates the bowels,
of rowdies who r.ver could remain pro-
half a bottle my stomach was so
ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea '
in the game for more than a week improved that I could eat some." the
r sometimes producing very opposite -
k\ at a time. They predicted that the I Began to Recover. constipation. '

::. Fed game would be so rowdyish that Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine I SUMMER TIME IS
the fans would become disgusted. to narrate in detail her rapid improvement helps to artificially digest the food. I
and final She Even when such medicine does its I
t However, up to the present fewer said "After taking two recovery.bottles of Pe- work it is only temporary. :A perma- : FLY TIMEAre .

l ;Federal League players have been runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when I Ii
l' chased from the game so far this to wash the dishes." When she began i the catarrh is overcome. | : those windows screen
season than players in either the taking Peruna she weighed 102 I Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. I ed yet? Patented detach

t American or National Leagues. pounds. After she had taken five The symptoms of catarrh of the : able hangers used on all
l bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First heartburn. SecI I screens. No ladder need
.
.
pounds. She concludes by saying I '
ond food rises In throat after meals.I take off
on
ed put
to or
and friends that she is wellIt
Surprise yourself by Third sour stomach. Fourth heavy ,
i going to Sunday School during July.It Was Twelve Year Ago. feeling after eating. TVUu' stomach I when. washing windows.

will be a pleasant surprise. The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth palpitation : R.J.WALDRONContractor #"i, .
of heart Seventh, poor digestion -
; Quotations were made was received I
The Sunday School movement is
January 29, 190L In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth I and Builder
j not a pasing fad, but an honest desire written September 11. 190C, she says. tongue coated light brown Ninth : WOOD, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and 1
to help those who have gotten 1 ting the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. I 410 West Street Wood, $1.50 a strand Hand's potato slips at $
up.
out of good habits, back again and near. It Is used a great deal in our Tenth cannot bear tight clothes I Quick delivery. Cast
:: around waist i Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
; rlclnlty. This seems to be a bad Co.. Apopka, Fla.
. wholesome
desire
create for better
a
place for catarrh." We have received People who object to liquid medicines .
i things. linen from Her tiace. The last time can now obtain PenlnsTghtw Read the advertisements daily. Job printing at the Sentinel Subscribe Jor theDAILY

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SPIRIT OF LIBERTY.The TALE OF A TOWER GOLFER CUSSED PRESIDENT $
UNEMPLOYMENT. yur'-Jl>>.Jf t
f spirit of liberty is indeeda Washington, June 24.-An incidenton
Let & man remain unemployed -
bold and fearless spirit but it a local golf green which culminated -
for a period of time and be-
is also a sharp sighted spirit. It in a golfer roundly "cussing" the
fore be knows it he I is unemployable -
He is! not only i physically is a cautious, sagacious discriminating There It Stood, Yet It Had Never president of the United States had a For Any Kind of Letter File
It a
farseeing intelligence.
but morally weakened. He Been "Erected." sequel today when President Wilson ,
is of encroachment. Jeal-
has lost not only the capacitybut jealous and the other golfer exchanged let-

the desire to work. Where be ous of power jealous of man. It ters. The latter abjectly apologizedfor Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -
demands checks. it seeks for
r once felt it his chief pride to CLEVER EVASION OF THE LAW his outburst of when the
stand alone he now finds it his guards, it insists on securities it rage in a file may save you several dol-
intrenches itself behind strong president, whose identity then was

easiest course to lean upon the defenses and fortifies itself with unknown to him, sent a golf ball lars in money by keeping your receipts in
charity of others. The unused The ,Curious Place Where John K.
all possible care against the assaults whizzing near his head and Mr. Wil-
man. like the unused machine. of ambition and Graves Turned Out Kie Shot and easy reference or may save more than that
passion.It
in declared he
son, reply, firmly was
depreciates with moment
every
the Courts
Bullet and the Contract
,
of idleness and in the end be- does not trust the amiable within his rights under the rules of in valuable time not to mention the annoy-
weaknesses of human nature. Declared Had Not Been Broken.
comes fit for nothing but the the
and therefore it will not permit game. ance of being unable to find the
scrap heap. The body starves The late Senator Allison whose Managers of the club were expect- paper you
soul power to overstep its prescribed home was at Dubuque la. thoroughly
but-worse-the perishes limits though benevolence, good ing to take some action against the wish just at the time you need it.
Just bere does the fact of em- enjoyed humor and a good story. One
intent and patriotic "cussing" member when he wrote his
purpose mood
ployment become transformedfrom day when in a reminiscent Mr.
an economic into an out come' along with It. Neither Allison narrated the following story, apology. Local golf clubs compete W. S. BRANCH

and out religious problem. That does it satisfy itself with flashy based upon facts, which is worth a keenly for the president's game on :

men should starve and freeze and temporary resistance to ille- place among tales extraordinary: their greens; he probably will not \

. and wander homeless mayor gal authority. Far otherwise.It "Along about I860, when the west visit one of them again.
seeks for duration and perma- The Arcade Book and Music( Store
number of busi-
may not be a religious question. was yet quite new. a
should nence. It looks before and aft- ness men in Dubuque conceived the
But that men perish mor-
er, and building on the experi- JOHNSON WILL WEIGH 210
ally and spiritually under the idea of establishing a plant for the

stress of involuntary idleness is ence of ages which are past it manufacture of shot and bullets. At -. __

so obviously a religious questionthat labors diligently for the benefit the time there was no factory of that Paris, France, June 24.-Jack r "

the church can surely never of ages to come.-Daniel Web- sort nearer than St. Louis fend witha Johnson will weigh about 210 pounds

rest until it is solved-John ster. lively demand for ammunition, it when he enters the ring Saturday

Haynes Holmes. Church of was figured that a shot tower would night for his fight with Frank Moran Hammond & GoreFUNERAL

Messiah. New York City. pay like a California gold mine. The of Pittsburg. This will be about

tower was built the necessary machinery -
ten pounds than Johnson
SPANISH PROVERBS. was put in at large expense more DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
when he Jeffries at
weighed fought
What is bought is cheaper and production began.

than a gift. "For a time business was quite satisfactory Reno on July 4, 1910.
TALL WHITE CLIFFS.
An empty purse and a new ; then demand slackened andit Johnson says he is still looking fora VALUES LOW PRICES
Tall white cliffs an emerald hill
house make a man wise but too soon became apparent that the enter- taker jof( a bet of $5,000 which he '
A red flag flying free; COMPARE
prise would never develop any Standard wants to put on himself. Odds on
late.A
which
Swift gray birds roam at
will woman's counsel is not Oil dividends. After a time some the fight range from 5 to 1 down to
much but he that despises it is of the stockholders became disgustedwith
And brown boats on the sea. 2 to 1 in favor of Johnson. OUR FURNITUREWe
a fool. the whole business and practically -

The foot of the owner is ma- offered to give away their holdings.

Crimson rays on waters green nure for his land. "Among them was John 1\. Graves WOULD ABOLISH TIPS provide the quality of furniture that has long

t From opal skies emerge; The mother-in-law does not remember who afterward became a power in been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

Foam The of pearl sands and silver sheen she was. once a daugh- eastern Iowa politics. Graves quietly Washington, June 24.-Tips to por- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
yellow submerge. terinlaw.lie bought the stock as It was offered We
-Marcla up ters and waiters on railroad trains wouldn't here were it otherwise. can't make

KnightSAYINGS that will deceive the devil getting practically all of It eventuallyon and steamboats engaged in interstate this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

must rise betimes. the basis of 5 or 10 cents on the this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Between saying and doing dollar. Just what Graves wanted this commerce would be prohibited by a

there is a great ,distance. stock for his associates In the venture bill presented to the senate today by

OF SAGES. could not figure out but they did not Senator Works, of California.A MeNEfli & DAVIS BLOCK

Every madman thinks all oth- lose any sleep over that: They were

er men mad.Syrus.Instruction tickled to death to get anything out of Puzzle: What i the difference Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, fI!
THE TREES.At the dead enterprise. It had been los
between a man going to Sunday 3'.1-J
enlarges the natural break of dawn their branches ing money for some time. .. ___
'e powers of the mind.-Hor- hold "Soon after this the war broke out. School of his choice in July and the ;., : : .. _

1 ace. The choirs of singing birds. Graves Instantly saw his opportunity. man that stays at home or spendshis
War makes great quantities of bullets Sundays elsewhere? AnswerTheman
Who with glad song sing out
It is often better not to see aninsult the joy necessary and he made preparationsto that goes to Sunday School dur- 41111111111111111111'111111111111111111111111111111 ,*
supply them He Indulged! in cer-
than to avenge It-Seneca. That lies: no need of words. ing July is paying a duty he owes t
I tain statements concerning his plans
Soft through the whispering of and purposes in the presence of persons to himself and family and church, We Will Put the Reinsof

A sensual and intemperate the leaves be knew would flash the Information while the man that stays away is not
The morning's gentle breeze to St. Louis and his
a concern, paying his duty.
youth hands over a wornout
Plays as a minstrel on a harp scheme worked admirably. Inside of
body to old age.Cicero.One Success in Your
Might play sweet melodies. two weeks a man whom Graves knewto
For the news, read The Sentinel
be a representative of the St Louis
ungrateful man does an When noon's hot breath is on shot tower company called upon him HandsHow
injury to all who are in suffer-
the fields and in the course of the conversation

Ing.-Syrus. And deep in every glade brought up the subject of stock in the Takes Off Freckles

Beneath the trees is shelter Dubuque company. After several days ? with
furnishing
Thou see'st how sloth wastes By you
of and
found dickering bantering Graves unloaded Removes Tan.
the sluggish body, as water Is his entire holdings of stock at
And bowers dim with shade. Fertilizer. Let
t perfect -
corrupted unless it moves.It Amid the leaves a coolness over fifty cents on the dollar realizinga Beautify your complexion.. Get ; a our representative
small fortune. rid of those freckles You can

is consummate ignorance to in dwellsAs a cavern's heart. "By the terms of the agreement invest SOc in a jar of WILSON'S _.._ ; call on you. He will give you a

kick against the spur.Terence.NEED : And from their. hidden, inner however not to erect Graves a shot legally tower bound within himself a and they'll FRECKLE disappear.CREAM Severe ; ; formula that will make and mature : :

depths cases may require two jars-
hundred miles of Dubuque within ten
Slow winds refreshing start. no more. We positively guarantee fruit
I years. The representative of the St. this, and if your com- ; ; your

OF SIMPLICITY.Most When twilight wraps the hills Louis concern had scarcely got beyond plexion isn't fully restored to

of the luxuries and many with sight of Dubuque. down the river until its natural beauty, 1I'e agree to refund your
peace I Graves sent In an order for a complete money without argument And in addition
of the so called comforts of life The trees unmoving WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine, fragrant
seem a -
are not only not indispensable Like those that line the quiet equipment shot making of plant.machinery While for awaitingits a new and toilet does cream.positively Doesn't remove cause hair TAN to grow and,

elevation but positive of mankind.hindrances With to the respect Where ways one walks.In a dream. veying.arrival be indulged In a little sur WILSON'S sent FRECKLES.by mail FAIR if Try desired.it SKIN at our Mammoth SOAP risk. 25c.Price jars Wilson$1.00.SOc- Tile Soutlierli r r Fertilzei'! r Co

to luxuries and comforts, Freckle Cream Co.
And be who knows their quIet- "Dubuque Is situated partly upon a Charleston, S. C., makers 1
For sale
the wisest have ever lived a by
ness.Their lofty hill or series of hills, and the In-
more simple and meager life gifts of joy and rest. land country Is extremely rough. When j. N. MCELROY j ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA

than the poor. The ancient philosophers Can well believe the sayingold wandering among the bluffs Graves
Hindoo Per- 11111111111111..llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt.t.COW
-Chinese. ,
came upon the excavation of a deep
sian and Greek-were a class Who loves a tree Is blestWallace well Shortly afterward there was
than whom none has been poorer -
North. considerable activity In that vicinity.
in outward riches none so A force of men was employed to remove tHIIIMMMHtmilMMIIMIIMIiUHIMIMMIItl*

riot In inward. We know not the debris and the hole was en-

much about them. It is remark- larged and bricked up. A lateral In- Are You a l rCard ?

able that we know so much of cision was made into the side of the PEASWe
PRAYER OF AJAX.
them as we do. The same is bluff striking the main vertical shafta

true of the more modern reformers Ajax. king of Salamis, who hundred feet from the surface open-

and benefactors of acted a prominent part in the Ing. Here a room was dug out and

their race. None can be an Im- siege of Troy, is given lines in bricked up and prepared for the reception

partial or wise observer of hu- Homer's "Iliad"' to fit his heroic of machinery. By the time this Take

man life but from the vantage character. Pope's translation work had been completed the outfit arrived ui

ground of what we should call reads: and was quickly Installed. Within have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-

Of life of "Lord of earth and air; two or three months of the time of
voluntary poverty. a
luxury the fruit is luxury, 0 king. 0 father hear my hum- disposing of the stock of the Dubuque ; ; HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-

ble prayer; concern Graves had the new suburban

whether merce or in agriculture literature or or com-art. Dispel this cloud the light of underground establishment In full Ilia tali's Tonic ; ing quantity desired. Price sure right.

There are nowadays professors heaven restore; blast"Of producing'bullets course of the and shot. We carry constantly a full line of crate material of
Give and news new factory
me to see. Ajax asksno -
of but not
philosophy, philoso-
speedily reached the St Louis concern
phers. Yet it is admirable to more. all kinds.
If Greece must perish we thy and they sent an attorney to Dubuque
profess because it was once ad- will loaded with contracts and receipts and FOR SALE AT ill Plant Carriers
mirable to live. To be a philosopher obey. OBEHSTStt Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg
But let in paraphernalia for making trouble. The
us perish ,the face of
is not merely to have sub- lawyer called Graves and
day on plainly etc. Phones 181191.
tle thoughts nor even to founda told him that if he did not shut up

school but so to love wisdomas shop he would get the law on him

to live according to its dlc- quick. Graves replied that he did not F' F. Dutton

tates-a life of simplicity, independence understand be had violated any lawor II 1 fP uANICS ,
and THE LOST MANUSCRIPT. 11t
magnanimity
any pledge and that he would go rww"cr 300
trust It Is to solve some of the "Sixthly brethren." said the right along making bullets, suggestingto SANFORD, FLORIDA

problems of life not only theoretically preacher; the attorney that he start proceed- ,, ,. TICLESILLUSTRA

but practically. The Then be anxiously looked ings. The attorney Invited Graves' at 300 ; 5-15-tf.

t success of great scholars and round: tention to the bond given by the latter

thinkers is commonly a courtier- "Sixthly sixthly," he repeatedTill that he would not engage In the manu- HIIMMMMMIMMMIMItllltlMmiMHMIilHICIOHIMMItMMHUt...

like success-not kingly, not it seemed a mocking facture of shot or bullets within 100 TION5Popular

manly Thoreau. sound.. miles of Dubuque for ten years. Graves 3

contended that he had entered Into no *

Fiercely did his fingers fumble such covenant: he had pledged himselfnot Mechanics

-Fifthly. -fourthly., "thirdly" to 'erect a shot tower.' and asked

HIS NAME IS CARE. .-all the attorney if he had erected a shot Magazine i New White Sailors

Pride was his garment and to But his lips kept muttering tower. The attorney said that was "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UKDERSTAND IT"
"Sixthly. boy's talk; that such byplay would not A(;.REATCootiaaed Slop of the World -
rags; all rent. Progreu which you may begin reading i
No better had he. he for better Which still answered not his go in a court of justice. at any time and which will hold your
T calL"Sixtbly "The case was tried, and notwithstanding interest forever. You are living in the best j The latest fad
cared ,
: that inch of year of the most wonderful age of what is
ground was
With blistered hands among the every I doubtless the reatestworldmtheuniverse.
cinders brent. brethren as I mention- contested by the St. Louis concern. j A resident of Mars would gladly payFORONEYEARS -
which had able counsel. Graves won. :!
With fingers; filthy with long11a.1'S ed"Then I $1 000 SUBSCRIPTIONtothismagazine.iaorderiokeepinformed
unpared. he turned the Bible o'er: The St. Louis lawyers could not make IN THE EASTIISSESIAIILM&DIOT
the believe that Graves had "erect- of
Right fit to rend the food on Every hair stood up in anguish. jury our progress in Engineering and Mechanics. t
ed' a shot tower. And so he went righton Are you reading it? Two millions of your
which he fared; While his two eyes swept the neighbors are and it is the favorite magazine
melted lead Into the hole
floor. pouring m thousands of the best American
His i name was Care: a blacksmith in the top of the hill and gathering up homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
his trade and women.
by shot and bullets in his brick room 100 young-men I
That neither day nor night from Then a good old gray haired The "Shop 5otei" Department (20 pans)
feet below and became a wealthy gives easy ways to do U1ngs-hoW' to make
deacon useful articles for home and ,
working spared. shop repairs,etc.
man. -Frank L Stillman In St Louis
But to small u f1th "Pardon ef ye Amateur Bedtimes"(10 P8.1re8)tells how to for CorsetsMcCall's
purpose yron Barclay
Rep !1c. make Misslonfurniture wireless outfits boat Agents
weiljcemade; ; plp:1!'''. engines,magic and all the things a bolores':
Those In unquiet thoughts that Sixthly jet sailed out the wiuder $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS
The ambition travels is too .
road nar- Ait JOUr ftdeaJV to ihow rca oo v
careful minds invade. WRIT R FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY Patterns14IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIJI..t
row for friendship, too crooked for

v -Spenser. On the buzzom'," of the. .breeze." I love too raised for honesty, too dark pop. ,uAR MECHANICS CO.
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{ South Florida Sentinel (Continued from page 1)) (Continued from page 1)) i TO PUBLIC

is about to attack Guadalajara. If I
MORNING AND WEEKLY a humble enterprise established by
JOSiAH FERRIS. Editor and Omer. successful his troops would have a I Mr. Claflitfs grandfather in Milford,

clearer road to the national capital Mass., nearly a century ago. Horace Stockholders Can Insist on CarryingOut
Entered at the postoffiee at Orlando. FlorIsa. than those of Villa or Gonzales. Bingham Claflin, John Claflin's father -
u Second Class MaO Matter. This Provision New This WeekTHE
Guadalajara, far to the south, and in 1831, succeeded to the business i i
Law
SUBSCRIPTION RATES next to 'Mexico City the largest cityin and later opened a branch in Worcester Banking

Dailr. 1 Year ..........................$'.00 Mexico, affords the roadway to the Mass. In 1843 he removed to
. Daily 6 Months ....................... ..50
Dailr. 3 Month ...................... 1.25 capital through a rich country which this city and organized the wholesale ; Washington, June 25.AlthoughJohn
Daily, 1 Month ....................... .60 could easily sustain a large army. dry goods house of Bulkley & Claflin. Skelton Williams, comptrollerof LAST WEEK OF THE WHITE

4 Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 Villa, altogether through the central This, in 1851, became Claflin, Mellen the currency, refuses to confirm
weekly 6 Months ..................... 76 route, has engaged in more successful & Co., and in 1863 H. B. Claflin & persistent reports that the federal reserve SALE WE ARE GOING TO TALK

fights than any of the three I Co. The firm was in trouble duringthe board will insist on detailed
TO ADVERTISERS:
divisional leaders. He has taken civil war and the panic of 1873 statements as to the salaries paid all
BIG !
Copy for display aid all aber bandsettdrertbinc Ojinaga and Juarez, on the Texas I but both times was saved from fail- officials of banks belonging to the

.f most be handed in at the bUi Dell border, Chihuahua City, Torreon and federal reserve banks, it is generally
Get the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m.
the day before p licatioD. This rule applies Zacatecas, and still is not as far I ure.H.. B. Claflin died in 1885. Under believed that such action will be'
U chances for contract adrertisint it b AND BIG ON
UvariaUe and wifl be strictly adhered; to. south as either Obregon or Gonzales' the terms of his will the business was taken by the board after its organi-

who have worked along the coasts. continued by his estate until 1890, zation. Repeated requests have been

Subscribers dairinc! The Sentinel discontinued Neither Mazatlan nor Guaymas on when his son, John Claflin, formedthe made from stockholders of various
should notify the office in writing en
tfce date of expiration otherwise it will be the west coast have been taken by present corporation.So banking institutions for federal action IMPORTEDSCOTCH

continued until notice at to the atop regular is received.subscription rates Obregon but the presence of federal far as is known, bankers and which will make it impossible for

garrisons in those ports is not considered dealers in commercial paper, other banks to lump their salaries and thus

FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. by the revolutionists a hindranceto than those having direct connectionwith prevent the public and stockholdersfrom

-- the Mexico City campaign.Villa the Claflin company, were in knowing exactly how they are

absolute ignorance of the company'sfinancial apportioned. Under the federal reserve .
Huerta will lose his job and still
ORGANDIE
Describes Fight at Zacatecas embarrassment up to a dayor act the board will have author-
the flag won't be saluted, but Uncle
ity to require banks to state their sal-
Sam will probably apologize for any Zacatecas, Mexico, June 25.General two ago.
Stock Had Paid Good Dividends I ary lists in detail. Section eleven of
inconvenience caused Mexico.A Villa himself gave the following MUSLINSTo
account of the battle at Zacatecas: The last annual report of the com-;',the federal reserve board shall be

o "After four days hard attacks today pany, December 31, 1913, showed a empowered "to examine at its discre-
Tampa man has a dollar 115 the decisive The en- surplus over and above liabilities of tion the accounts, books and affairsof
was one.
years old, and it is pleasing informa- $1,688,730. Since 1890 total dividend each federal reserve bank and of those who follow Fashion's Caprices
commandedby
numbering 14,000,
emy
tion that financial conditions in the disbursement of $13,230,564 have each member bank and to require closely will know taking
Medina Barron and five other gen- i very you by up
south Florida metropolis are in such been made. such statements and reports as it
erals, were defeated completely by fashion that the character of
good shape. any paper
deem
my forces which were aided effectively Altogether there are 90,000 shares may necessary.
o by General Natera's men. Up to :of the Claflin company outstanding,'! It is charged by minority stock material that will be right to the fore for

That there are needy families in I divided into 26,003 first preferred 51 j holders that officials controlling
this moment we have 5,000 prisoners, I Ii the coming season-in fact will be THE
Orlando will be a surprise to many, twelve; cannon, nine trains, two carloads i per cent. cumulative stocks; 25,706 banks deprive stockholders of earn-
and their needs will be promptly re- of rifle ammunition and cannon I i second 6 per cent. cumulative, and ings to which they are entitled by LEADING FABRIC-none is more frequently -

lieved. Read the article on another shells and nearly 6,000 Mauser rifles 38,291 common shares, which have voting larger salaries to officials. mentioned than

page and make a generous contribu- and a large quantity of provisionsand never paid less than 6 per cent. and Such action would be more difficult,

tion. other munitions of war. in 1892-93 as much as 9 per cent. it is insisted, by complaining stock-

o "The enemy who escaped went in Claflin company shares were not holders, if-banks were forced to pub- ORGANDIEMUSLINS

There is entirely too much reckless the direction of Aguas Calientes after listed on the stock exchange but were lish their salary lists in detail.

and fast automobjle driving on the dynamiting[ the postoffice, the statereasurer's I I a popular investment with many conservative ':t
principal business streets. Will it office and the stamp reve- interests. It is believed thet Thirty-five cars loaded with Ma-
I 1 i stock is widely scattered throughout rion county melons went North on
take a serious accident and possible nue office buildings. The explosions
death to establish and enforce proper killed many of our men and destroyedpart i,the country. the Coast Line Tuesday night. Over
I List of Claflin Stores thirty of these were loaded north of
speed regulations? of the city. The dead of the I
t o enemy number about 4,000 and 2,000 : According to the records available Ocala. Such a train load goes North

wounded. here the Claflin stores, not affiliated almost every night in the week.-
' The Board of Trade committee will I
"On our part we can not tell the with the United Dry Goods companiesare Ocala Star.
have to get $750 this morning or !
losses of the battle which lasted for : ;
Orlando will lose the Curry Cigar
five consecutive days, but I think Whitehouse company, Spokane, Lion Dry Goods company, Toledo, 0.;
1 Factory. This concern is worth 1
many
there are not more than 500 dead and Wash.; People's Store company, Ta- Kline Brothers, Altoona, Pa.:; Mc-
times that amount to Orlando I
j every 800 wounded. Among the latter are coma, Wash.; Watt, Rettew & Clay, Creery & Co., Pittsburg, Pa.; Lord & A TIMELY PURCHASEBy
month and the committee should have
i. Generals Herrera and Rodriguez, who I Norfolk, Va.; Castner-Knott Dry Gage, Reading, Pa.; P. P. Batterman
no difficulty in securing the requiredsum.
were severely wounded. Our artillery Goods company, Nashville, Tenn.; J. company, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Bedford

operated splendidly. The federals destroyed -Bacon & Sons, Louisville, Ky.; Cop- company, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Thomas
o every fort, the last being El per City Commercial company, Ana- C. Watkins, Ltd., Hamilton, Ontario.IHMIMttttMIHIitHtl a very timely cash purchasethroughour

According to the department of Grillo. conda, Mont.; M. J. Cojell company, European Agents we are in the
agriculture, the moon does not affect Butte Mont
: ; Hennessey company,
the weather. This is no time to mon- of being able to ahead
SUFFS' "ARSON SQUAD" SET Butte, Mont; Montgomery Fair, unique position get .

; key with the faith of all the millions FIRE TO CHURCH Montgomery, Ala.; Joslin Dry Goods T. F. HOURIHAN of the coming fashion through the purchase -
3 who can never know better, as
any company, Denver, Colo.; Root Dry I
the world is too skeptical, anyhow.- Belfast, Ireland, June 25.-An "ar- Goods company, Terre Haute, Ind.; Licensed Plumber and direct from the Manufacturers of
Nashville Tennessean. J. B. White & Co. Ga. Sanitary Engineer
; 0 damage to.the. Episcopal Spring Dry Goods company, Grand Estimates Furnished. Jobbing

5 Tampa will spend good money tot church at Ballylessen, near here, ear- Rapids, Mich.; MacDougall & South- Promptly Attended to. : signs in

; send a delegation to Washington to ly today. Destruction of the entire wick company, Seattle, Wash.; Jones PHONE 629 !: .

i get the customs headquarters, while church was averted only by the time- Store company, Kansas City, Mo.; Io6 Court Street :

i Jacksonville will send a delegation. ly arrival of the sexton, who succeeded Scruggs-Vandel'\"oort-Barney Dry .
; keep it in that city. Our money is in extinguishing the blaze. The Goods company, St Louis, Mo.; The ORLANDO, FLORIDA SCOTCH SWISSORGANDIES

on the Jacksonville delegation,though woodwork of the building had been Fair, Cincinnati, Ohio; George W. 4-zl-lm i iiHlllliilMMMIMMMM

Tampa ought to have the headquarters. drenched with petroleum. McAlpin company, Cincinnati, Ohio;

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The Clearwater Sun does not ap- These people were very anxious to do
preciate the sensational stories printed RECEIVE .
about a fire in that city a few I business with us and made the price so

days and the large gobs of
ago says
sympathy extended to "stricken PROMPT AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT AT THE tempting we could not refuse such a splendid

' Clearwater" are not necessary. Clear- offer.

water is still on the map and only I McELR.OY'S PHAR.MACYGive

two individuals were losers by the These goods are worth and sold at from
fire. us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. F lit h E 20. Try our Ice (ream.
75c. & $1.25 yd.Now.
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It will be a serious shock to the

state department at Washington, selling at
with the Mexican trouble not yet off 1"IIIIIIIIII..I..II.IIIIIIIIIIIII."I.,11111111111111111111 11111"1I

its hands, to learn that the Sentinel

has uninentionally become involved

in a difficulty with the Cuban government 29c.Write .

that may require the diplomatic

corps of the United States and pos-

sibly the army and navy to untangle. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES for SamplesOUR

At an early hour Monday morning a
young man giving his name as Commencement Day-an important event in the

r Eduardo de Bacquer, and claiming to lives of young people should receive some fitting markof

be the champion walker of Cuba, ar- appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the
rived in Orlando and touched the occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

Sentinel office for a few papers tot Jewelry?

sell on his way to San Francisco,
whence he claimed to be walking on DIAMONDS AND WATCHES MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs

His visit recorded
duly
a was
wager. We direct the attention of relatives and friends to
to out-of-town customers
in Tuesday morning's paper and he a great help our -
the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Samples r
was thoughtlessly alluded to as a ; make use of it whenever you can. -
store. From the most inexpensive of this season's
hobo. Today a letter was received new or information! cheerfully given. We prepay -
est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia
the all
from the young man with nameso charges.
closely resembling the material mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values Write for one of our illustrated mail order

s from which Havana cigars are made, and assortment.A catalogs. We invite comparison of values.
visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
and he protests against being called
obligation to buy.
a hobo, threatening to bring down the .
wrath of the Cuban government upon

the defenseless heads in the Sentinel

office. We shall appeal to Uncle Sam ,

for protection and at the first news

of the start of Cuban troops this way ,

we shall demand that the Washington -

tion authorities go hang let and the send Mexican the whole situa- DI K O IB Hi

j army to Orlando and place the navy PF P
right at hand in Lakes Lucerne and F

Eola. To Mr. de Bacquer we offer T.ItvanstheJewelerOPPOSITE :
our humblest apologies and wish we I ::
DEPARTMENTAL( S SIT!
had said more to apologize for. We :

have changed our mind. You are nota .
hobo, but just a plain walking tourist POSTOFFICE I
subsisting off the sales of news- Orlando's Favorite Shopping ioridci '

papers given you by generous hearted EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING I .
people who would hate to see you go Li- 'fll u e 0If."IIIII of
hungry and naked-the latter being i ".
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ORLANDO THE i TUNER FLA. :I I j I !I II "(Jpl II HI I jlpn'c|"| s"

1 1 Correspondence Orer Anti-Alien Land
I I
Law Will Be Made

Mr. J. E. Moseley came in from Public Today .. '' _

r Gotha yesterday.Mr. i BUYS AND

W. L. Story, of Winter Garden, Washington, June 25.-By mutual

was seen on our streets yesterday.Mr. arrangement between Secretary Bryan 11
REAL and Ambassador Chinda the cor- Every
J. F. McKenzie and Mr. H. 0. respondence between the United
Howard, of Oviedo, were in town yes-
y States and Japan over the California
4 terday. anti-alien land laws is to be pub- O'

r Mr. C. F. Livengood, of Pine Cas- : 600 acres south lished simultaneously tomorrow. jwinhiIton

tie, ,spent Thursday morning shop- ter Garden and The correspondence begins with ;

ping in town. Gotha,. including the Japanese protest of May, 1913,,
in advance of the enactment of the iatth
x Mr. J. P. Hawthorne and son, Mr.
orange grove. Webb law and winds up with the last B'V !
[ [
Claude Hawthorne, of Ocoee, were
tire tract American note of yesterday's date,,
visitors .
to ,our city yesterday.A
yellow pine making answer to a communicationfrom is guaranteed in
number of couples expect to go the Japanese government received -
up to Sanford this evening to attenda miles of lake ten months ago. The notes part and

big dance given by Mr. Wicker. 4-23-im are voluminous and largely argu- every 0

Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Fudge, of mentative; the Japanese government particular.
Grassmere, spent yesterday in town endeavoring to show that the California -
I with their daughter, Mrs. Dr. Akers. law is a violation of the existing
treaty and the American side of the Every one a
LAND-HILL
child,
Mrs Paul Biggers and little
1' of Sanford spent yesterday in the case laying great stress on certain masterpiece.All
of Miss Berta Branch.Mr. language of the treaty which appar- .
city, the guests At nine o'clock
ently almost excludes the Japanesefrom
E. B. Corley, representing the a very pretty wedding the right to hold agriculturallands. thatvehave
Ben Franklin Insurance company, is near Maitland when .
in the city in the interest of his com Land, Jr., and Miss sold have made
The last American note was an af )
united in
were marriage
pany. terthought. State department officials
4 Mr. LeRoy Giles has gone to Fort F. McKinnon. Only had concluded that the Japanese note I friends for us.

k-. George to join Mrs. Giles, who is family witnessed the of last August had brought the nego-
there on a visit to her mother, Mrs. immediately afterwards tiations to an impasse; that each side
Broward. couple left on their had reached a radical disagreementas
which will include a visit Allen & Co.
Mr. W. J. Thurman has gone to to the scope of the treaty and the ,
ber of places on the East
New York city and other points in California law. They felt that the
f as far south as Key West.
the East, expecting to be away about only way to clear away the difference JewelersPrompt
The bride is the I
two months. I would be through a legal test of the
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill
The Grand theater has booked"Brewster's constitutionality of the California
1 Repairing.
Millions" for July 10th, ous farmer of Maitland, legislation and they inclined to the

I S which is recommended as an excep- popular with a host of i belief that it remained for the Jap- Everything Guaranteed.
tional film. extend congratulations anese government to make this test

Mr. J. H. Dean left yesterday for popular much happiness.young business The anese through resident a suit of instituted California.by a Meanwhile Jap-- [b==o..a s .elI

Richmond, Ky., where he expects to
Gallie and they will make
remainder cf there was some cautious informal -
join Mrs. Dear for in that city. I
exchanges between Ambassador -
the summer. i Guthrie and the Tokio foreign ttll"IIIIIIJ'IIIIII""I"II""IIIIIIIIIIIII'I'I'Ginger
F Mr. Tom Hays is enjoying a visit
There is doubt but
no :office on the subject of arbitrationbut
from his mother, who came over from
is getting some mighty that never took form.
DeLand yesterday to spend a few but it is rather in (
dusty Now, however, a new cabinet has
days with him at the Summerlin.Mrs. mile of the heart of the come into existence in Japan whichis

Mabel Sturkey and little Nearly every one who commonly understood to be pledgedto
daughter Mabel, and Miss Margaret mobile, and many who a more energetic foreign policy, AleThe
Lancaster have returned home after planning to go to and as an incident it has felt called
spending three weeks with relativesin the fourth of July. If the upon to make report to the Japanesediet
best drink for the hot weather. We
Island just re-
Brunswick and St. Simons ,
idents only knew what a upon the status of the California
Ga. I are going to have over negotiations.THE ceived a supply of Beufont Ginger Ale in bottles.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thomas and i would plan even more for

three attractive daughters expect toe ment on that day.. LAST RITES OVER MRS. Keep Sanitary
leave tomorrow in their automobilefor Mr. and Mrs. P. COHOON

Daytona Beach, where they.wifl Pine Castle, were shopping ticket.'I The funeral of Mrs. Olive A. Co- Santi-Flush
will keep Closet Bowls clean. We sell
spend the remainder of the heated yesterday. Mr. boon was held at the family resi- i

term.Mr. prietor of the famous dence yesterday at 10 o'clock. The it.
Lewis Baas expects to leave farm, which is noted for large number of friends in attend- t
Sunday for New York city, and from quantity of plants it ance, and the very handsome and
there will sail on the Savoie on July sections of the state each numerous floral offerings, were a !
1st for Havre, France. Lewis expects farm probably produces most beautiful testimonial to the high THE SANITARY GROCERY

to be gone about two months, slips than any other in esteem in which this good woman was

spending most of his time in France ing a specialty of Nancy held.Mrs. I CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
visiting relatives.Mr. also ships large quantities Cohoon was of that type of

and Mrs. A. Y. Fuller left yes- and other plants. character that indicates purposefulness 200 6 &: 8 E. Pine Street
terday for points in Kentucky, where Orlando' has good in life, and showing that purpose '

they will spend a short.time visiting and ought to be supported in the self sacrificing endeavors, I

I places where Mrs. Fuller spent her izens. The pictures we where life was given unreservedly CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. J
k childhood days. They will go laterto the Grand and the Lucerne in devotion, to find that life again in !
Lansing, Mich., where Mr. Fuller were worth going miles to the appreciation and devotion of her FUNERAL DESIGNSHIIMftMMMMMHIMMIMIMMHHIIimillMMiM
expects to visit the factories of the : did not get as far as children and her friends.

Reo car, for which he is the repre- ,but their program seemed Born at that time and under those .
sentative here. :a good crowd. conditions where, and when, men and

Mr. A. Fiezl has closed the Orlando women found it necessary to make I millMMMIIIIMMMIMMIMMtiMMMimillUHIGRAND

Roofing'and Art Metal Works, at the HOME LAUNDRY themselves positive, if they were to I

corner of Pine and Court streets, for THE SUMMERThe impress their generation with its pre- : VIEW
the summer. He will reopen in the Home Laundry will eminence of great principles, and the
fall with new machinery and will the summer June 27th. sacredness of faith, Mrs. Cohoon I
October 1st. At that I
the business. Per- early made herself felt as an earnest
greatly enlarge I
give good service when help
believer in the Christian religion.She I
sons desiring work done during the Thanking our patrons for I
summer can call upon Mr. Fiezl's assistant business, we hope to see became a member of the Presby- I
hotel. October 1st. terian church, and by a consistentand
at the Orland :
6-23-lw HOME LAUNDRY, Godly life wielded an influence I Newest and most up-to-date hotel in

Seaboard Air Line will for righteousness over all with whom
The run an : Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
excursion to Ocala on Monday, June Buy your garden seed she came in contact, and left to her
29th. A special train will leave the ney & Abernethy. Just children a good name, which the Good : Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
big shipment of fresh seed. Book pronounces of greater value
depot at 8 a. m. and the round trip I
ticket will cost $1.00. than great riches.At : Valley. One of the finest views in Western -
Try the Sentinel Job ___ her____ _funeral_n___ yesterday.. the_ simple -

service of the Presbyterian church J North Carolina. Open July first. I
MIIMMMIMM ', ., I read, and then this handmaidof
1 the Lord was laid in her grave, in

the Orlando cemetery, where her

goodly nature and Godly life was

LUCERNE to by scores of those who MRS. J. R. McFADYEN j
mourned her departure, and who cov- ,
her grave with flowers in such

profusion that it was easy to believe 6Hi&w CANTON N.C.MiMIMIMMttttlMMHIMMIMMilllllllllllilliiH.
that had they had all the flow- ,
in the garden of the sun that they

"Golden Dross a beautiful have gladly scattered them ,
-
her last resting place.
"Blessed the dead who die in You can always tell a seashore resort -!
are "IIIIIIIIIIIII.I.rl(..'
"Dog in the Baggage Car, Lord." where no intoxicating liquors are
sold. There are usually about five Shoe Repairingby

| < "Mabel's Nerve another TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY men to be seen and three of those are

WANTED-To exchange ten acres life savers.-Birmingham AgeHerald. PARCEL POSTMen's

: That Dollar Box of Candy and of. land 110 Summerlin for a second-hand Place. automo-26-3t .
'
: ; again tonight to the holder of the Half, Soles, 7sc to 8sc
-Position by first class MtMMMMMMMMIMtM Ladies' Half'Soles, 60c to 75c
ii : SATURDA Y---"Footprints bookkeeper and general office man Children's Half Soles, 50C to 750f
several years experience; city Geo. C. DolivePhone Hand Turned Soles, $LoO
I American A. C. D.. care Sentinel
*; feature, with Winifred 6.1t Heels Repaired, 2sc

Field. Also All work returned in 24 hoarse
"Our
orge Mutual SALE-One motor boat, 20 feet Orders without remittance returned -
long, seven horse power engine, C. O. D. We pay
equipped, up to date, practically return postage.
oor, 10 Cells Balcony 5 i ; bargain for cash. R. B. Brock,
i & Fla. 6-26-3t

ren under twelve admitted A.llansonrg
Eat what want
adult purchasing first floor Eat all you you wantTake 248 or 355illlllMtllMIIIIMIIMII : *>t Pine Street
a postscript and forget it. ORLANDO FIQRIMVADE '
For sale all druggists.
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DADE CITY VOTED $26,509 BONDS I Laths and Shingles
Lumber
I' STATENEVSL [\ PE.OPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS 1 ,

Dade City, Fla., June 24.-At the __ _
- election held here yesterday to 'vote

Gainesville Sun upon the question of bonding the city
the )
(From Notices of Lost. Wanted, For Sale. For LUMBER
for $26,500, the vote was fifty-three Bent etc.. for this column. 25c for one day NAiR COMPANY.
A $15,000 hotel and six California to ten in favor of the bonds. Of the SOc for three days 'or $1.00 for one week for
erected at 25 words or lees. Money must accompany
style bungalows are being amount voted, $20,000 will be used in the advertisements far this?column, as BO
' the rapidly growing town of Gulfport. insertions will be made on credit.
1< installing a municipal waterworks .

system, and $6,500 will be used fora I
ORLANDO
The Clyde Line steamers now car sewerage system.A FOR SALE

ry large lists of passengers each mass meeting was held in the Nursery stock, one, two, three and
trip to New York from Jacksonville. court house afternoon four year old buds; Foster Early,
Saturday to
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
r' protest against the manner in which ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle

cost The the police people department$7,685.01 of in Miami direct some constructed of the sand-clay Some roads were are of being the Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf* Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE


taxes for the past year more than ,opinion that the roads were costing FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare' .'iMMIIHHIMMMMIMtMtMtlMHIMMIMMHH f

was received from fines. entirely too much; others thoughtthat bargain; recently completely overhauled FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
and made good as new in every II
they were being excessively
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
of the part guaranteed first class con
H. M. Shockley, one leading
crowned few claimed that red sand
a
; dition must be sold at at
; once, even OPTICAL REPAIRING
Beach and
Pablo
of
business
men several was being used instead of clay, while sacrifice. Come, or address, White
' times mayor of the town, died'on Rock Poultry Farm Leesburg Fla.
still others asserted that there is not ,
June 20th at the age of 58 years. 4-23-tf
enough sand in the clay. A committee ORLANDO

was appointed to raise funds to .
FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat.
Smith of the Jacksonville
Supt. pay an attorney, who is to investigate Eighteen feet long and has four
parks is making an effort to secure the matter and bring injunction horse power engine. Will sell rea- '
new additions to the zoo. This is proceedings if the facts warrantit. sonable. Call at J. L. Empie boat '

sess.an attraction every city should pos shop on Gould street. 6-18-2w OR. L H. RAMSDELL Water & Light Co. |

FOR SALE-Fine young buggy or OPTOMETRIST
CLEAN BILL FOR JONES saddle horse; sound and gentle;
Milton firemen are elated at the price reasonable. Phone 1021. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likta)
s prospects of being provided with an 6-25-3t ,
International Harvester fire truck. Washington, June 24.-Edwin P. I ORLANDO .. FLORIDA ElectricityGas

The truck will be shipped there soon Grosvenor, of New York, who as assistant FOR SALE-Six room house on lot

for rial attorney general began thegovernment's :I Will 184x180.sell for Forty 1900.bearing Address fruit trees.Box 0111111111111111111111111..1

anti-trust suit against 294. 6-21-lw

The advance in the price of naval the International Harvester company, I Water Ice i :

stores has materially helped businessin has written President Wilson that I I FOR SALE-A good little mare, i

the turpentine districts of Florida. Thomas D. Jones, recently nominatedfor 1,000 pounds, sound, gentle, a good For SaleOR I
worker, nine years old. in good order; .
Especially is this said to be he case the federal reserve board, had no also good wagon. Will take $110 for

in West Florida. connection with any of the practicesthe horse and wagon, worth $200; haveno Office:---No. 18 West Central Ave.
government contends were illegal use for her. J. E. Tracy, Taft,
Fla. 6-23-lk
', So much worthless paper has been The letter was given out today at the EXCHANGEFive

passed in Pensacola recently that a White House as justifying the presi FOR SALE-A few young registered :
dent's declaration that there was I Poland China boars. If interested
Pinkerton detective has been engaged '
to run down the parties passing nothing in Mr. Jones' relations with answer at once. Address. J. H., care Room House, built Telephone No. 6
Sentinel 6-23-tf
the worthless checks. the harvester corporation to disqualify -I of cement blocks 24x36, ;

him from service on the federal Find what you want in Sentinel I Cartright shingles, two !

Howard Swartz of Sanford delight- board. Mr. Grosvenor now is a part- I "wants." '
of former General lots 100x150, some young I
fully entertained the Junior Christian ner Attorney .
WANTED white woman competent -
Endeavor of the Presbyterian church Wickersham.A for general housework. Ref ; peach, orange and grape- ; 1 I '"

with an outing on Silver Lake last erence. Good home and wages for fruit trees. Driven well I1 i fiiilMMMIimMIIIIKMIMMililiMIMQilllllMt
right party. Phone 515. 6-21-3t 1- *' M"'' "* "
Thursday afternoon.A man said yesterday, "If I go to I 200. feet. "

x : Sunday School, Ill be like a bull in i WANTED-One thousand to five Northwest
and
system of interurban electric carlines : a china shop." Now, he wont be, because I I thousand feet of second hand two. ; Address To the West
1.h
is being planned for Dade county its up to the Sunday school to inch or one-inch iron pipe, deliveredat

?; the proposition being to lay tracksto do the entertaining, and besides he Orlando or Plymouth. AddressR. Box 424 -VIA-
M. Hudson, Healey Bldg., Atlanta. ,
West Palm Beach and other near won't be lonesome, for there wil be Ga. 6-18-6t DIXIE LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND

by towns from Miami. lots of others like him. Kissimmee Florida ,
FOUND-A small pointer dog.H. : ;
A. H. on collar. Owner can get SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
The National Guard of Florida will
6-8-im
him at stable
Miss Emma Paulus was accidently by calling Magruder's
encamp at Black Point, near Jack and paying for this ad., and care. i Dui
drowned in Lake Eva on Saturday afternoon Dixie SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
sonville, from July 10 to 19, inclu 6-25-lt 1111111111111111111111011,1Conkey's I Limited. Fb r.'v .I
June 13. .
I 8Upln T Orlando 3:13 pm
sive. The first and second regimentswill Orlando A. C. L..lZ:31am
t Jacksonville ......
7:30pm
I Jacksonville A. C. L... 1i:45 am 7:30pm r
participate in the encampment. FOR RENT I Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:25 pm T Jacksonville A. C. L. 8:15 pmT
i Wayeross, A. C. L......11:50am 10:25pm Waycross. A. C. L. ..10Opmr
I I Macon G. S. I: F....... 5:13pra 4:18am Macon. G. S. A F. I:46 amr
k One of the big attractions at St. ExcursionJuly FOR RENT-Two office spaces in LICE? I r r Atlanta C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25am Atlanta C. of Ga. 7:',21JD
I I .
r Knoxville L. &: N. IZUJpm
Petersburg on the Fourth of July our store at No.9 W. Church street. The lice question is quickly' I I I r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18am 11:55am r Corbin, L. & N. 3:16 pm
Y circus. The Come in and we will show you. Pierce settled if you dust your fords with" I r Nashville N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. &: N. 9:00 pmr
be
will a society .costumes I
Electric Co. 3-29-tf
I'I Indianapolis, a. L. 1:50 ain
New Lice PowderI''Ar L C. & L.&N. 2:50 pm 7:20 am
; have been ordered from St Louis. :
Ar Lexington, L. &: N. ............ rn pm
York and will be simply gorgeous. 3rd TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- It's safe quick and sure' HopkinsTille, L. t N........... 11 pm Ar Cincinnati, L. t N. .. g$0pmTKaiamaioo
ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Sates your poultry profits because it Ar Evansville L. A: N..... 9.23am 9.25 pm G. R. &: L .........12:20 pmr
Grand Rapidl. G. R. & L....... 2.45pm
4-26-tf & E. L. 1:10 1:01 am :
The Miami Metropolis the deficiency Kills the Lice Ar Tern Haute C. : pm
says From JacksonvilleVia I Ar Chicago. C. E. L..... 6:i.pm ,:50 am r Cleveland. Big Four 7:15 am
in rainfall has not harmed FOR RENT-Six room house, in first Doesn't Harm Chickens

crops in Dade county. The section off class condition. No. 210 N. Orange Price 25 cents SO miss md SIM DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
avenue. Apply G. A. Baas at Orlando For tie mites ttut hide m the ends by

of lectionf drawing'
county around Miami is shy on rainfall day and prcjr on spray Solid train composed Solid train composed of electric lighted
Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf suaeh4 observation compartment
jrour poultry hous ttc oom .leepillg ear Pullman and coaches
drawing-room Bleeping car -
16.78 inches from October 1st, -- i an and dining car, between Jacksonville and
-- Conkey's Lice r between Jacksonville and and
Liquid Cincinnati
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping
4, 1913 to June 20, 1911 ,
MISCELLANEOUS dam the out thoroughly Quart 35 ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisvilif and Indianapolis;
w Atlantic Coast LineTo cents For the haH deadly gallon head W cents louse use gallon SUM. DIXIE\nYERSolid through sleeping car between Jacksonville and

\. J. H. McLaurin of Jacksonville has BIG STRONG SWEET POTATO CONKEVS HEAD LICE t: train c&rf1ing' electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
of the artment observation sleepers, and electlie Jacksonville and Grand Rapids oa Monday
been elected
again president ;
PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall OINTMENT ighted section drawing-room sleepers. First-
and Thursdays of each week. Dining car
Southern Wholesale Grocers' Asso- variety at $1.25 per thousand. Hart's I 1 and Effective 25 cents.doesn't Money harm back chid if*these 10 lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
ciation. The last session was heldon Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece, (reparation*do not satisfy I elVes meals a la cane.
.T..C.F.c.J.c,Co,a.......Ollie ,
the Isle of Palms, Charleston's or $5.500 per 100. Now is a good .:,, ITCrTS, h.1.LAIDt lU.SERV ff'AM; CM 'iZ.\tA l'U. 1lrt1 JK Z1L
popular summer resort. Augusta, Ga . . .$ 4.00 time Farm to, Pine set Castle either., Fla.The Bear's Head P. F. LAUBACH i W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. 'I

Atlanta, Ga . . 6.00 6-4-d6t-wlt I Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando

Birmingham Ala . 8.00 1---
: Geo. E. Engram, a traveling sales --u - -- - -
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man, of Petersburg, Va., representing Chattanooga, Tenn . 8.00 I at Tomato F. F. Dutton's, Egg plant Sanford., Pepper Fla.Crates, .. ; : : .\\ \\ ,\,\\\\\\ \\\\,\\\\\\\\\\\" '\w.htii4 4 Ii 4i."" i

the Fair Gas Company, was Macon, Ga . . . 4.00 5-19tf.

drowned King's Ferry in the, on St.the Mary's afternoon river, at of Richmond, Va . : 10.00 I I i Sentinel want ads. are money get IT'S III TO TAKE UP THE HE U

3 June 20. He was endeavoring to Norfolk, Va . . 10.00', ters. Try them.Don't .

get to his launch in the boathouse Wilmington, N. C. . 8.00
wait for one in town to
every

r: when to he swim fell,overboard was drowned.and being Mr. En-unable Tickets sold July 3rd, from I you have try.Entrican Am ,too the busy painter to look, before you


gram Ga.. 526 leaves Edgewood a young avenue wife ,and Atlanta mother -, July Jacksonville 14th. only. Final limit I!i I II job.up. Phone 636, and I will be i.20-tf on the f FURNISHING Q QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ I



Good on all regular trains. For I If you want you bicycle fixed ina

k President Charles H. Brown, of the information call on, or write to hurry take it to Warman's Repair E.A..E EST
Shop. 12- .tf.I .
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Tampa and Gulf Coast railway, has

just returned to the South Florida A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., A. C. L. I T. S. Abernethy, auto livery. phone

Metropolis: and tels of having purchased R. R. Jacksonville, FlaJ. i: 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a pos t vedelight

thre big engines and other G. Kirkland, D. P. A. Phone I 1 it is and added
for the road. Contracts Read the Morning Sentinel Price ; a pleasure to select from them, an

have equipment been signed, it is understood, 132, Tampa, Fla. 110' cents a week. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

for the completion of the road be. ble in every sense of the word. .

twen Clearwater and St.:: Petersburgand

everything points to a successful HliilMMMIMimHMHiiMlillHIIMmillMlMMIII

; carrying out of the plans of the Ready for To-morrow ?
CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Plan enables
company-Times-Union Short Talks. \ \ Payment youj .
Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than
n other farm animals. In order to insure thorough lam using Be Dee j I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
of STOCK MEDICINE with
digestion all the food eaten, and to make your

ULfflHHN horses readier feed for next day's work, add to theirs horses it a amng regularly proposition and. ; ; dubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
evening a teaspoonful on feed. It also makes
them healthy thr Y llwiBee

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Use Parisian Sage.
It will lessen your feed bills.
t It's entirely needless to have unsightly 25c,SOc and $1.per can.
matted, thin or faded hair, A It will increase your profits. At JOur mss
P.B. t
{ little care is all that is needed to makeit

thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand
free from dandruff. KincaidFurniture l

needs Use and Parisian is absolutely Sage-it supplies harmless.hair It Cow Peas! COw Peas! Snowdeni


h' quickly stops itching head and falling Clays ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ....3.0ft per bushel i
hair, and is one of the best tonics tot Irons ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ..................... 33.25 per bushel
invigorate the scalp and make the Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... 3.2$ per bushel of Character
hair grow long and beautiful Whippoorwill ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.01 per bushel
Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today Mixed Peas ... ... ... ..". ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 2.85 per bushel
from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any
but We pay freight on sll orders for one bushel or mm at above prices If wanted I at Popular Prices.
drug counter. It costs 50 cents. ... .....
: Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff in large quantities we will promptly mad.samples and quotations.

t 11 dissappears-your head feels fine-

the healthy.hair is pretty and- perfectly. KILGOEE SEED CO., Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, F]

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FIVE-PASSENGER' We have a fine Chef and serve the best
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE TOURING CAR
4 FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c, meal in town*
Condensed Specifications

1' Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $J.00. '
+' en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;

axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Special rates for room and board by the
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter
elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor 15 week
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil- *

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

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

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r H. A. Ward and family motored to

the Beach last week and enjoyed &ev.1 DR. J. -C .HOWELL -IN A- THE MARKET

oral days outing. 2ndTO
ill July Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
,
Mrs. Jhrrii, who was recently
extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room Of Cleanliness
has gone to Sioux City; Iowa, with \ \ Of QualityFRESH
Telephone connections
e
her son-in-law, Mr. Betts, to spend
the summer. Savannah, Ga. $7.00 Office cor. Orange and Central Ares. House. AND SALT MEATS

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. and Mr. R. 0.1
1 Charleston S. C. 9.00 FISH AND GAME
Ward and Rev. and Mrs. Enlow mo- First class Brazing a specialty at
tored to Gotha one day last week to Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St. Only four and one half
I And return fromORLANDO > Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
"-pf. NehrIing's famous calla- blocks from the
post
ursery, said to be the largest 125tf.'I";. ; III"I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
: world and containing over ''
office, East Side. A and
pure.
varieties. Its a sight worth

I I i.. I but later in the season will be Via i JUST OPENED variety of fruit. We are ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Atlantic Coast Line going to sell this everything in the Meat Line.
md Barze and Wren Taylor, \ POPE'SLUNCH prop-

aseball battery, have gone to Tickets on sale July 2nd, final erty and have put the

t I amee to play ball for the sea- I'I't limit'July 14th. Tickets will COUNTER The PARLOR MARKET

This will lie a decided loss to I be good on regular trains going price at only $2350. i

L ir Park and a gain to Kissim- ', and returning. For information SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : : Reasonable terms.
staff we I
with
but our reserve I
Pullman H. M. Self & Co.
:'to make it interesting for other or reservation -

,i. 'I call on nearest Atlantic TRY OUR Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET
,;jterial is being placed on the Coast Line agent or

'nd' for the new golf club build- 1%?. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., SODA FOUNTAIN I Phone No. 80
114 South Orange Ave., Ground Flour
(nd from indication it is tojie 11 *
every 'V. D. WHITE, D. T. A. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
of attractive and imposing ap- ORLANDOi Phone No. 311 imillllliiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiinr

ance as well as useful for the I i R. Beazley, Traveling Passen- POPE & ''BUTT PROPS
enthusiasts who spend their win-I'
: j
J. G. Kirkland Division
f ger-Agent,; -
ters in beautiful little city. 37 W. CHURCH ST. I -- -----
our Passenger Agent I ---- --

Roy H. Barnard and Blanche G. I I TAMPA I 1",1" ." 111111111110111"11111111111111111111"11111111111IIIIIIIr"' II... ._1I
Amick, both of Orlando, were marred I j jI
: here Sunday morning at the

Methodist parsonage. Rev.,,Barze of-
ficiated. They left at once in com- I Fare 3.00
pany with four young friends for U OAILY BETWEEN W. M. SLEMONS

Daytona Beach for a honeymoon. BUffALO .

EVElAND
BEGINS RACE WITH DEATH TO

BEDSIDE OF HIS WIFE : New Goods Arriving DailyWe


Washington, June 23.-With his f .
wife hovering between life and death

thousands of miles away from him, THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

Capt. P. H. Ubberoth, of the revenue Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet C bche;510 stateroom_ and parlor McanamUting 1300,..-..
'!'. Crater in cart larger in all nrnnnnmni nrhrr u ail appointment*-tbaa an j iteuner oa
cutter McCulloch, now at Unalaska,
inland waters ollbe world; la semce J1III115th. I
Alaska, was expected today to starton Magnificent Steamer"SEEANDBEE.: ""City of Erie"and"Cit7,of Buffalo"
sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
a two weeks race for her bedsidein Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND*/1st to Dec.i.t

Philadelphia. Every means at the 4 1w.AmveOeYeland Buffalo '740A.M.00 P.M. Arrive Ian OwUnd BdJo . 7.39A.M.900P.M. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
command of the revenue cutter ser- (Euurn Standard Tax)
vice has been employed in an effort I Comes iaoa It OrftlaDd for Pat.m.Bay.Toledo.Deuoitud point.Te.tandSoutbmt.Railroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel .
ticket reading betwecm Bvffala and Gereland are good for truuporUUouoa oar steamer
to get word to Captain Hibberoth of Ak your ticket agent foe ticket na C.&:B.Lines Trite.*for Landwme illnitnted booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
his wife's serious illness, but they I THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland 0.
were without avail until Saturday, & Cc. Best place in the city to trade.
when the cutter McCulloch arrived at

.-SJnalaska. Wireless dispatches were I 1p

sent, but they failed to reach Captain 4

Ubberoth's Captain Ubberoth.was ship. to leave Un- W. M. SLEMONS

alaska on the steamer Dora for Cordova -
a today. There he will transferto
ORANGE AVENUE
a steamer for Seattle.

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:Mayo, Fla., June 23.-Arch Coker, --

a wealthy farmer of this vicinity, 1"1! ummmmmmm=8
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who was arrested today on a chargeof I ,
desertion be
wife may never "'
brought to justice. While being takento IIIMMMIIIMii
Low Round Rates
jail he suddenly drew a knife from I l Trip

his pocket and slashed his throat, FROM JACKSONVILLE

severing:; one of the large veins. ? StLstit PUS ClttM $43.50 Cumuli $33.00 "Starve the Fly"That
Coker was arrested on a warrant /', Dearer suo St Pad S67S UwiTilU. 31.50
Cetera Spriqs 58 W Dilatk 11.50 Kaonaie 21.40
.. sworn out by his wife, and made no Salt lab CQ_ ._ 71M WUsiper.YtQewiiaM _..... 78.75 EnnmBt 32.25 should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
.1111 7100 TcnatePerUaaJ 4UO lafcupoGf 38JO
-1r.'l into custody by lOUD Maotrtal 5545 Frock Lick 3570 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
. .
Land. As the Seattle lout testify 51.58 Toledo 41.10
c Ill. Los Angeles 89.0 Mickoae 53.00 Detroit . 43.50 That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
head away for a I I'' SaiFnaoact .. 82.75 SS.SO Niagara Buffalo Fads. .. 47.40- 47.40 CkiotaiquOaotrfark Huunetk Can. -. 30 4740.SO the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
Jdenly pulled out ;
,' I f Low rates to other point in Colorado.California.Canada.Mraae. time and properly cooked.
;u the low rate from other points ill the StatesTcketsoa
t f ;lade attempttndered tale daily,until September 33. Return limit Oct 31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wool
ra immediate VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
; i it, say he probass 114 i t p LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
,
'>: ) of Mood. Going through St Low,returning through Chicago,
or rice Yen& Liberal atop-orer on all tickets. Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.

'xogene TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
Disin-
< = through train daily;choice of three different
J. !' :. Office room 22, / I routes.
/
: i 5-27-lm '
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} r Three daily tram to the southwest through New
I Orleans. Unexcelled dining car "errice. Fast time.
.' aae to order at i 0 Rock baHatt No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated Orlando Water & Light Company |
125ti.and booklets of summer tourist retorts, rate, deep.
;hop. bar car reservation and other information,address,

loan yon ii) H.CBRETNEY, w Gas Dot ...
.atfe at 6 per cent __ fIari Fustmftr&,at.
ILife & Loan Co., i U4 Nat In Strut.JACKSONVILLE. .
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Physician Declares Many Diseases
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Are Result of Man's

Upright Position

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Atlantic City, N. J., June 25. ;.::;:: : .:r'ii. t"
"Stand on your head or, if you can't,
then stand as nearly on your head as Ti. :
'I' possible," was the advice offered for :
THE SAFE WAY IS THIS WAY both the prevention and cure of many .
bodily ills by Dr. Charles A. L Reed, .., .t '. .
Come to the State Bank of Orlando and the Cincinnati surgeon, in an address : "

open your savings account with $1, or any today the before American the Medical abdominal association.Dr. sectionof f A 'MelancMy[ I J \ I .: .

' amount have. Make regular de.
larger you Reed was discussing a new meth-

posits every pay day. Put in an extra dollar or od of cure for displacements of the .

two whenever you can spare. it. Keep faith organs.stomach, intestines and other bodily i I| Fact\!( .J l '

yourself-apoid the temptation to let money "These displacements and the ills''I ; :
they cause," he said, "are penaltiesthat I :
four fingers.
through
slip
we pay for standing on two I that each setting sun, brings use nearer the end.
That is the safe way for you to save mon legs." There is a tendency on the i iI
We will part of organs within the human abdomen -! When your days are ended what about your
ey. .It is the only sure way. pay you I
.to sag downward in obedience loved ones?
4 per cent interest to help and encourage you. to the law of gravitation. Sometimes ]I
I
the supports are not strong : Today is yours! Let it not close without

The State Bank of Orlando enough to resist this tendency, and making a start toward placing your home on a
.
the fall. Constipation, head- business
organs : basis, and providing your loved ones '
aches, dyspepsia, rheumatism, gout, : with .:
I ; a systematic plan for their maintenance .. -
nervousness and insanity are a few :
: and hereafter.
now
.
among the many consequences.To : :
prevent and relieve, but not {
Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you."
to cure these calamities, the speaker
advised the weak persons to spend a
ten or fifteen minutes, two or three .
times every day, in the Trendelen- .
'burg position; that is, on the back, t ::...: :. .':../?. :.: .
. -- with the head down and the heels up. I ;
I
{ DRY TIMES ON VAST WETNESS expected the lid will be clamped down ; Any inclined plane will do. The bed .. .
"
" tight at midnight of June 30 on all.i may be elevated a couple of feet at ....\:.
r} Washington, June 25.-Speculation naval reservations and on ships in I[the foot. A better way is to placeone :
; as to the grace with which officers home waters. Vessels of foreign service end of the ironing board on the : :
i. will accept Secretary Daniels' order will be given a reasonable time 1 I side of the bed and the other end on : IIitwJi\i:: ; : D.
banishing intoxicants from the navy in which to disembark their tabooed the floor. Then get on it, heels up, ; ;
.back down, so that the end of the : :
increases as the "wet" days draw to cargoes. Mr. Daniels will not say ( :.
7 a close. The order becomes effective just how it shall be landed but he board reaches the nape of the neck. .
July 1. Thereafter no officer shall does say it needn't be thrown over- :f While in this position, manipulate :;"' :,:' :.:_ '.:!.:. ..:. :J:"''':',:':' ;.....: .. .. .... :: ,',.. .. .. '.: : ...f.,/::':(:i. :.?" ":"
g have liquor on shipboard or on any board. I j the abdomen with deep pressure, .. .. .. :
naval reservation. The much discussed order is brief : drawing the contents down toward II

l "All orders are to be reasonably and to the point. It says: I the thorax. Maintain the recumbent UNCLAIMED LETTERSList I R.; Majors, J. C.; Mackneal, J. M; Edna; Morgan, Miss Ellen; Morgan,
interpreted," said Secretary Daniels "The use or introduction for drink- position for a half hour after getting Mottles, A. Y.; Morris, Albert; Mil Mrs. Mary S. ((2)); Plouden, Mrs. Ja-
today when asked what was to be' ing purposes of alcoholic liquors on 1 off the inclined plane. It may there- of letters remaining uncalledfor ler, Samuel A.; Nicholson, H. A.; nie; Pattison, Mrs. Lult; Royals, Mrs.
done with liquor which happened to board any naval vessel or within any for be done with advantage before retiring in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla., Phillips, Louis P.; Polock, G. F.; Pass. Alice; Ray, Daisy; Randolph. Mrs..
be on ships when day breaks next navy yard or station is strictly pro- I 1! for the night. The speakersaid for the week ending June 20th, 1914. Grady ((2)); Royals, Eddie; Smith, Mary; Reed, Mrs. Millie ((2)); Scotty
Wednesday. The secretary added that hibited and commanding officers will that the practice was an excel- "advertised.When calling" for same please say Joe; Slader, Jone; Smith, Joseph; Lizzie; Stockton, Miss Mary; Stephens
he did not expect his officers to feed be held directly responsible for the lent cure for brain fag, and even W. R. O'NEAL P. M. Saunders, Walter L; Williams, L. S.; Mrs. Emmer; Thomas, Miss Alice -
Blanche
Wilson Thompson Williams
D. B. (2)) ; ;
, the contraband goods to Neptune. enforcement of.this order." I more serious exhaustions. It was Men's List-Aldridge, J. T.; Argo, Women's List-Bomen, Mrs. Jean; :Mis Fanny; Williams, Mrs. Rosur;
z This phase of the new order of claimed that the nutrition of the James; Ballard, Louis; Baxter, A. C.; Brooks, Miss Betty Ann; Bailey. Mrs. White, Mrs. Ruth H.; Walworth, Miss
.things is important because some of I One navy for eight nations? Uh, I brain was in this way greatly in Bict, S.; Butler, W. M.; Bojce, Dr. L A.; Butler, Mrs. Sarah; Carter, Mabel; White, Mary; Watkins, Miss
Homer P. Cuthrell, H. H. Clark, Ethel Woodward, Miss Jessie.
; ; Mrs. Hattie; Clark. Jane Dennison, ;
;
rr have been accustomed to huh, and then there would probablybe creased, thus forcing rapid recovery.It
the ships Jim; Chapman, J. E.; Fox, L A.; Miss Frances; Gimson, Miss Sholey;
procure a year's wine mess at one the biggest kind of scrap when man, D. J. ((2)); Hatchett. Marion; Godfrey, Mrs. H. E.; Hammond, Miss Who is your painter and decorator +
time. Especially is this true of a vessel two countries wanted to use it at the will pay you to let us do some Grant, Milton; Harris, George; Hick- Annie; Herold, Mrs. Bett; Horton, |f you are satisfied keep the one you ,
; on foreign cruise. It therefore is same time.-Philadelphia Inquirer. of your printing. We do it right. I Hunter, Marvin; Henby, J. A.; Hern- Miss M. F.; Jamison, Mrs. Kate; have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican
done, Jas. Jeffords;Ben Lowry, E.
; ; Jackson, Mrs. Everlena; Livingston, No. 636. 1-20-tf
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ALL DAY SPECIALS ALL DAY SPECIALS GROCERY SPECIALS, All Day 1


One lot of Men's Shoes and Oxfords, that the $15.00 quality, .4-

. sizes are broken in, Tans, Gun Metal and Pat- special . . . . . .,12.9 8 1.2 barrel of Faultless Flour, 98.lb sacks, eYe }
ent Leathers. These are strictly high grade ery sack guaranteed $3.50 value . . $2.95 s st
shoes, worth regular $.1.00, $4.50 'and 5.00. SPECIAL TRUNK SALE i 1
Special all day Saturday . y . . . $2.48 \Ve will offer any trunk in the house at 25
per cent discount for Saturday only 1 lot 3.lb can California Fruits, .,
y MEN'S STRAW HATS, 1D rough and $1 .98 35c value . . . . . . . 20 C
Plain Straws $tOO and $t50 quality 4 ? 4 1i
$6.00 trunks,

$300 and $350 Special . . . . . . . $4.50

quality . . . . . . . $148 Fancy French Peas,
$4.00 Trunks, 30c value . . . . . . . 19 C f
t $1.50 and $2.00 Special . . . . . . . .$5.25
quality .44.4..4..4.,4. . $1.00 .

$8.00 Trunks Libby's Asparagus Tips,
l\IEN'S RAINCOATS, $5.0 quality $3.98 Special . . . . . . . $6. 00 35c value . . . . . . . 25c
special .4..4.4 ? ? . , .


$850 special quality,. . . . . . . . $6.48 $10.00 Special Trunks.,. . . . :. . . . $7. 50 Extra Fancy California Peaches, 1
: Per Pound . . . . . . 0 C

$1000 quality. 7.89 $15.00 TIunkS: .,. . . . . . 1125
speci aI . . . . . $ SpecIal . .
Special Garbage Cans, large size with cover,

z $12.50 special quality. . . . ... . . . $9.98 $2o.0 Special Trunks. .. . . . . . . $15.00 for name Saturday painted on. .can. .if. .desired.. . .Extra. .special. . $149 l lJ

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SATURDAY NIGHT BARGAINS, FROM 7 TO 10 O'CLOCK ,
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SHEETS, Made of a good heavy muslin, size LADIES GAUZE LISLE UNDER VESTS LADIES' UNION SUITS,

72x90. Regular price 50c. limit 6 to a ens- EXTRA SPECIAL 50c quality . . . . . . 25 C r
tomer, special . . . . . . . 39 C '
10c
quality,
F Special for . . . . . . 5c LADIES UNION SUITS
PILLOW CASES, a good heavy quality, size '
7ac quality . . . . . . 48 C f
42 x. Regular price 15c. Limit 6 to a cus 15c quality,

tomer, special . . . . . . . 10 C Special for . . . . . . 9Crr

LADIES' UNION SUITS,
: FANCY MARl CABO COFFEE, 35c value 25c quality, $1.25 quality . . . . . . 89C
Special . . . . . . . 23 C Special for . . . . . . 15 C
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18 pounds Patua Rice 50c quality EMBROIDERIES, EDGINGS AND I11
3, for . . . .44..4..4 $1 .00 Special for . . . . . . 38C SERTIOXS, worth up to 15c. }'d., special

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