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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 28, 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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VOL,UMB TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 19U. NUMBER 119.

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,INCOME TAX COLLECTION. TWO THOUSAND U FEDERAL[ [ TROOPS S OSCEOLA JOURNAL CRITI- ''STRH[ rAVING BEING[ DElAYED[ [ MINISTERS Will!L PREACH[ H ON ASSAILANT SHOOTS DOWN


MACHINERY WILL BE ROUTED CISES STOPPING OF f FOR R SEWER[ C NCJIONS[ CHARITY I *UNARMED- PASSENGERS

PERFECTED BRICK PAVING THIS l WITHOUTWARNING
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'k '#-. Federal General and His Entire Staff SIDE LINE Contractors Are Anxious to Begin Movement Launched for Organized

NO EOTJKII| ON TRUST BILLS Executed, Following Their', Work but Sewer Work Not I Body to Handle MatterSystematically lMs Of f WOMEN[ AND BABE[ [ENDANGERED[R[

I Capture'by Rebels HSSIMMEE[[ BOARD TRADE TAKES ACTION Completed > I

4 OPENING OF :PANAMA CANAL I PLUCKY PASSENGERS DISARM

i TO COMM CIAL TRAFFIC IS : Salinas, Mexico, June 27.-(Spe Commissioner Johnson is all at sea The following report of a very important DESPERATE ASSAILANTS AND
i I ciaL-A brigade of constitutionalisttroops CLAIMED ORANGE COUNTY as to where to start the street pav- meeting held yesterday at
WOUNDED ARE
DELAYED BY THREATENED. BROUGHT TO
under command of General I HAS LONG DISCRIMINATED ing. The contractors are anxious to which plans were perfected for the

t ,SLIDE-FORMAL OPENING SET Eugenia Aguirre Benavides, overtook AGAINST THE SOUTH END ship the brick and begin the work, systematic handling of charity workin CITY-TRAVELING MAN MOST

:FOR NEXT SPRING a column of 2,000 federals fleeing II IN BUILDING GOOD but none of the blocks to be paved this city was furnished the Senti- SERIOUSLY WOUNDED

from acatecas at this place today and I have all the sewer connections made, nel by Dr. J. W. Stagg:

Washington, June .-(Special)- after a sharp encounter succeeding in I ROADS and no paving will be done on any This city is finding, a:? every com- Yesterday afternoon about five

The shortage in'the. estimated income routing them. The federals lost 200 i block until all connections are in. munity that grows finds, thai the I o'clock the bloodiest battle in the history -

tax receipts was s attributed in part dead and 400 prisoners. That the proposal to cut short the I Mr. Johnson has received three let- needs of the poor keep pace with the of Orange county was fought on

to the wilful hiding of income by individuals Among the prisoners was General brick paving on the OrlandoKissimmee ters from the contractors in the past growth of the city. Every humane I the Winter Garden road, about four

i and corporations, by Representative Benjamin Argumendo, the celebrated road four miles this side of the few days urging him to give them community seeks to make provisionfor miles east of Orlando, and the net

r' Underwood in a speech in leader of the "Colorados," and eigh- Osceola county line is a live proposition permission to ship the brick and begin its needy. In Orlando, as yet a result is six badly wounded men, one

the house today defending the pres- teen officers of his staff. These were in Osceola county, if the follow- ', the work, but he does not want to while, there has never been any or- of whom may die.

ent fiscal policy of, the government. executed immediately. Of the 400 ing article from the Osceola Journal, see any paving laid only to have it ganized effort for the taking care of The Injured
which does not hesitate to criticise torn up to make sewer connections.A .
He asked for an increase from $1- prisoners are "Colorados, but
many the charity of the city. It is true : L. C.KUNZE, a traveling salesman
le 000,000 to $1,500,000 for use by the they won't be executed until Villa Orange county, may be taken as an special effort is being made to that several times citizens have been 1 from Columbus, Ga., representing a

l commissioner of internal revenue in has passed upon the merits of their indication of the sentiment in that II. have all connections made around called together to discuss the matter, bank and office supply house, is the

ci making the income tax and internal cases, as many of them say they county: Lake Lucerne in order that Lucerne but as yet no actual organizationhas most seriously hurt of any of the
revenue tax collections. The additional were forced to fight in Argumendo'sranks. One of the most interesting discus- 'Circle may be paved while connec-
been formed. It is now appar- : participants in the battle. lie was
sions brought out at the board of tions are being made on other streets.
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will be used in
"I $500,000 per- ent that some such organization must shot three times, and lies at the Mc-
the income tax collection trade meeting on Monday last was on This would give the contractors
fecting ma-
be formed if the charity of the com- Ewan sanitarium in a dangerous but
the road situation in Orange enough work to last until a numberof
county.It
The increase FIRE BREAKS OUT AGAIN
chinery. was granted. IN munity is to be handled sanely and not necessarily fatal condition. One
SALEM seems that the intention of the other streets are ready.
helpfully. bullet passed through his right arm,
Senate Delays Trust Bills county commissioners of that county The curb contractor, Mr. Hamilton
one through his left thigh and the
With this in view a few of those ,
Salem, Mass. June 28 1, I to stop the proposed brick road four Johnson, whose work must keep
a m.-
Washington, June 27.-Special.-( ) who have already given study to the third bullet is lodged in his right
miles from the Osceola county line, ahead of the brick laying, is making
( broke
Neither the judiciary nor the inter- Special.-Fire) out again to- thigh.
needs of the in this
committe of the night in this fire-stricken city and and i the citizens of Taft naturally every effort to get his material here city particularmet I
state commerce senate
at the residence of Mr. H. L. Bee- WEBB SLIVESTER, of this city,
became serious that feel hurt and indignant over the and get the curbing started. It is not
so
I had a quorum today and all pend- a general man this morning, and undertook to laws a pistol wound in the right hip,
improbable that work will begin the
ing trust bills went over until Mon alarm was sounded. Dwelling houseson il matter and, of course, they find a
inaugurate a move that will finally probably not serious. He is also at
High street at the junction of freat many sympathizers in Osceola first of next week, but the location of
day. In the senate this afternoon
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issue in successful bureau the McEwan sanitarium.A .
a charity
ose.nwla-a,suggestion,-durlag Summer street are in flames. The county. The Taft people also have the first paving depends upon where
some
lull well fire has caused terror the not expended their breath in vain the sewer connections are first com- for the gathering of information of younger brother of Webb Sylvester -
a the,8en te-.))4 as among
twenty thousand refugees.atThiirs lamentations) but sent three of their pleted. all charity cases and for the intelligent whose first name could not be
vote on some, cndnleatsrv4 e .i
h i % Orlando administering of charity to aH learned, was shot through the left
f Y'g rt1ta: tiOltul.. \ &m&g'.cltizens to on June ,
i'c Made commission bill.. Senator Cummins --: Jir -.. -.....-. .... "i llth'tO" protest against this unfair such. *" ', elbow. He was sent to his home

ii who, ,intimated is a member.,{hat of it both was their committees I INfW I decision. They did not even wait for W iNTR[ PARK ROAD GOOD f FOR R At this meeting it was determinedto after his wound was dressed at the

r help from this county, but presentedtheir make an appeal to the communityfor sanitarium.
[ [
understanding that no-vote would be DEMOCRATIC\ COMMITTEE[[
in and efficient IWO OR R THREE YEARS[ the securing of a sufficiently
taken until the' judiciary committee case a very sturdy II. F. HOPSON, of Clermont, Lake

had reported the Clayton antitrustbill MEETS[ TUESDAY[ :I manner at the office of the Sen- large sum of money for meeting the county, is badly cut oh the head from

which is now before it. This indicates tinel and next day before Chairman need of the poor for at least a year. blows with a pistol used as a club, it
0. Overstreet. Prominent Citizen of Winter Park This was agreed for the ;
that a vote is a long distance M. upon rea- being necessary to sew up no less
ahead, as the judiciary committee Law Requires That Body Shall Or- i'I At the meeting of the Kissimmee Thinks It Unnecessary to Pave son that many business men wantto than eight bad cuts in his scalp. He

seems hopelessly deadlocked. ganize 'Within Thirty Days board of trade of June 8th it was arranged With Brick Now form an organizations as can is badly but not fatally hurt.J. .
I that the executive committee be depended upon for honestly look-
After Their Election S. TYNER, of Haines City, Polk
should meet and discuss ways and ing after the city's poor, add they
Slides Threaten Panama Canal I county, is badly cut on the throat.
Capt. R. D. McDonald, a prominentand want to such
means of helping the Taft people and see an organization
The sixth the
I is
June among injured unknown -
27.-Speciat-
Washington, All members of the Democratic ex- this county in securing an unbroken influential citizen of Winter Park, provided with sufficient funds to
On account of further movement of here. He was badly beaten in
f a ecutive committee of was in the city yesterday and, in the continuous
calling
Orange county I' road through to our county line. The prevent upon the face with brick.
a
Cucaracha slide it is likely that the
were mailed notices that a meeting committee met and decided to send discussing the controversy in regardto them for the releif of each singlecase
Panama canal will not be regularly Details of the Battle
would be held in Orlando next Tues- i W. J. Sears and H. E. Swabey to Or- the Kissimmee-Orlando road, said of charity as it happens to arise.
opened for commerce traffic July 1, day morning at ten o'clock for the lando! to investigate the matter. Mr. that the stretch of marl road between In other words they desire Orlando's All of the men, shot were in the '

i' as was hoped by Col Goethals. It purpose of organizing the new com- j Sears being unable to go, Mr. Swabey Orlando and Winter Park was in such charity to be conducted after the Orlando-Winter Garden auto bus en

y has been determined that the canal mittee. The new primary law con- went alone last week. He stated that good shape that it would be a shameto manner in which the charity of oth- route to Orlando and were about four

can not be opened for the regular tains the following provision relative: he interviewed about sixty businessmen tear it up now to repave with er cities is taken care'of. miles west of this city when the bat-

passing of commercial vessels untilit to the organization of the committee: I: and officials and gathered the brick, and that it was good for at They realize that the communityhas tle took place. The bus, with A. F.
is assured there will be no,,further least two three He thinks Jones driving, from
was returning
"The county executive committeeof following information: or years. grown too large for the old and
stoppage through Slides. each political party shall ocnsistof 1 The county of Orange voted for the money that will be devoted to laying superficial way of some minister or its last trip for the day to Winter

The formal opening and celebration one member from each election and obtained $600,000, for which brick on this stretch could be charitable worker or friend to be bur- Garden when it was overtaken and

event will not take place until next precinct within the county, who shall bonds were issued. Five hundred I more wisely spent in bricking all the dened with the necessity of making passed by a Ford car driven by Dan

spring, when a great naval pageant, be elected for two years at the primary -I''thousand of this is" to be used for i way south to the Osceola line, and personal solicitation for the help of Smith, of Winter Garden, and con-
participated in by all nations, will : that later when the marl road taining H. F. Hobson J. S. and
held in the year 1914, and ev- brick roads and $100,000 for clay I beginsto the poor. This city cannot longer Tyner
pass through en route to the San ery two years thereafter. The mem- I for, other roads. Having this money give way money for paving with handle kits charity without going the unknown man mentioned above.

). Francisco exposition, but commercial bers of said committee shall, within :i in hand it was discovered that a mistake brick can be provided in some man- about it intelligently and effectu- After passing the bus about 100

traffic will become regular as soon 30 days after their election, meet at'': had been made in figuring on ner. ally.It. yards Hobson was seen to draw a

after July 1 as possible. the county seat and organize by elect- the curbing. Clay curbing was to Captain McDonald has a good opin- was decided to form a pistol on the driver of the Ford whomhe

ing from among their number a chair- have been used, but it was found that I ion of the sand-pitch roads such as perma- commanded to stop. Hobson then
nent and make
organization to appealto
THE WEATHER man and such other officers as they I this would be inadequate, and granite have been constructed in Lake countynear the city commissioners, tounty got out and walked back toward the

I may deem necessary or expedient. I curbing must be put down. This sim- Eustis. He said this road was bus, flourishing his revolver and ordering -
commissioners and citizens of Orlando -
Florida: Local thunder showers' The meeting Tuesday had been ple item will add an extra thousand built about two years ago and was for the raising of sufficient mon- I the driver to stop. He had no

Sunday and Monday. called in accordance with the above I I I dollars per mile to the cost of the still as firm and smooth as a cement sooner done so than Hobson jumped
at one time for the taking care
provision of the law, and the follow brick road, and it was complacently floor, and he thinks the county com- of ey the city's charity. It was decided up on the running board and, with

BASEBALL RESULTS ing is a copy of the notice mailed to announced that the brick road would missioners would do well to try the also to ask the ministers of the out any other warning than the remark -

the members of the committee yesterday stop four miles from the Osceola same material in this county. ious churches to preach on the var-I "There's the s- b- I
National League : county line. _A great many citizens of the coun- want," emptied his pistol at the help-
% Charity, at the morning service, July
) .Brooklyn 6.10, Philadelphia 2-4.: "The law provides that the mem- This will make a fine gap in the ty are of the opinion that the Orfan-' i 12 and urge upon the people of the I less and unarmed passengers.He .

Pittsburg, St. Louis 2. bers of the county executive committee proposed auto thoroughfare between do-Kissimmee road should be paved I community to attend a mass meeting j fired five shots, every one of
Cincinnati 0, Chicago 7. shall meet within Jacksonville and Tampa, and incidentally with brick to the Osceola county line, which took effect, three striking
thirty ((30)) to be held in one of the opera houses :
Boston 4, New York 2. in the national highway, which even if some other stretch of road Kunze and the other two hitting the
days after the holding of the primary at 4 o'clock of that day, when the'I!
American League I will connect Osceola county with has to wait a year or two for brick, Sylvester brothers. Pandemonium
for the
purpose of members qual- entire matter may be gone into with I!
New York 3, Boston 5. ifying and organizing the committee.A Washington. but Captain McDonald is the first to the people assembled en mass and reigned among the startled and

Philadelphia 4, Washington 2. meeting of the Democratic execu I The tax payers of Taft are aroused suggest a particular road that is good I subscriptions taken for the putting wounded pasengers, among wpm
j I and it is that three for two or three years without brick. were two ladies, one with a baby
2. reported petitionsare
Chicago 0, Detroit tive committee of Orange county is I I of Orlando in her charity work in the j i
St. Louis 4-4, Cleveland 16-3. hereby called for Tuesday morning, j already in circulation protesting place that such a city belongs. !1 asleep in her arms.
TWO KILLED WHEN NEGROES H. D. Everett of
against this discrimination. It is also Orlando, one of
June 30, at 10 o'clock at the
Federal League a. m.,
It is believed that this will
Baltimore 8-2, Brooklyn 41. court house, Orlando, Florida."Seth' I reported that counsel has been em- 1 HOLD UP PAY CAR move the passengers, jumped out of the bus
be endorsed heartily by all right
very and started for Hobson in
I ployed to take the matter to Tallahassee an endeavor -
V Buffalo 3, Pittsburg 0. Woodruff, chairman. thinking and serious people. There is
6. j to the court of last resort in Laurel, Miss, June 27.-(Special) to stop the shooting, but was
Indianapolis 10, Kansas City "Josiah Ferris } sufficient need within borders at
I secretary. order to get a square deal. -Reese Fitzpatrick and J. V. Simmons our met by Tyner, who attacked him. Mr.
St. Louis 4, Chicago 8. i the time to give astonishment
1, It is an undeniable fact that Orange are dead and Wyatt Robinsonis present I Everett drew his knife and in the
Southern League DRUNKEN MAN THREATENS I to the stoutest heart, as to the real
county has built and is building wounded fatally as the result of I scrimmage gave Tyner a bad 'cut on
Memphis 7, Atlanta 3. WIFE WITH PISTOL i good roads, north to Sanford, west the hold-up this afternoon of a pay 1 I suffering that is about us and which the throat, which put him out of the
Nashville 7-8, Chattanooga 65. citizens would gladly relieve if "
I|I to Winter Garden and Apopka and car of the Gilchrist-Fordney Lumber I our fight, he taking to his heels. In the
Birmingham 4, :Montgomery 4. About eight o'clock last night Bert''! they had the opportunity to contribute -1 meantime the bus driver in
east to Conway, but never a decent company. The crime was perpetrated I an effortto
New Orleans-Mobile; rain. I Conroy, a white man living in the : road south, except as far as Drennen by three negroes who escaped with I to such an organization as is protect his passengers, had taken

; South Atlantic League eastern part of the city, went home I' and maybe to Pine Castle by this $2,300 in currency. The robbery took I proposed. the pistol, now empty, from Hobson

Albany 4,Augusta 0. ( drunk, and threatening the life of his i j' time. Probably felt ashamed and did place at Stevens, twenty miles from I only to have it taken from him by

Columbus 6, Jacksonville 4. [wife, fired his pistol a number of'!' it. stopped by a, pile of crossties on the I Webb Sylvester,.who, though wounded -

Macon 12, Savannah 8., times: frightening everybody in the !;I A few years ago, ,0sceola county, here.Fitzpatrick and Robinson went to track. When they alighted to remove proceeded to attack Hobson.

Charleston 4" Columbia lU.... neighborhood. No one was hit byf I relying on promises made by the Stevens on-a passenger train and the obstruction they were fired upon Hobson was badly cut on the head by

any of the shots, and Conroy was |!board of county commissioners of Or- ,were ,met by Simmons, the book- from ambush. ; the blows from the pistol, Sylvester

I Dr. C. D. ch motored. to Daytona -', promptly arrested by the police and j ange county, that, if we would builda keeper for the company. The three j breaking it over his head.

late yesterday afternoon, expectIng turned over to Sheriff Gordon, who decent road north to the county white men then proceeded by motor Go to Curtis & O'Neal's, the lead- !; Meanwhile Mr. Everett had secured.

; j ; to return tonight. locked( him up in the county jail. (Continued on page car for several miles, when they were ing stationers for 26 years. I i (Continued on page 4))


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THE MAN WITH THE HAMMER FIGHTING THE FILTHY FLY ONE DEAD IN HOTEL FIRE I" " " . , " , .
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Editor Willis B. Powell, of the
Greensboro, N. C., June 26.-Henry
Clearwater Sun, pays his respectsto state food commissioner of Illinois T. Collum, a traveling salesman of " "''tHIIIiMilMlllllllllinillMHtMMflHMilillimillMHCOOLEST
a Florida knocker in the follow believes, not simply in "swat .
Philadelphia, was killed by suffocation
ing style: ting" the filthy fly, but in the exter
5 and several other persons injured
A copy of the Kansas Workam, mination of that disease breeding THE
by jumping during a fire at the Guilford
printed at Erit, Kansas, is before pest, and he gives this advice: : hotel here early today. Fifty GRAND THEATRE

us containing an article written by 1. Don't buy food from any dealer, .gu sts, scantily clad, were carried
L. G. Kennedy in which he essays to who refuses to fight the fly. down ladders by firemen and had no
fun at Florida. The letter is
poke
2. Don't purchase fruits or vege- time to save their personal belong- _
$; dated from St. Petersburg and
says tables offered for sale unscreened. ings. None of the injure is believedto
in part: SPOT IN THE TOWN !
3. Don't patronize any dealer who be in a serious condition.The .
j, "Am staying at a regular cracker
hauls your food through the streets cause of the fire has not been
boarding house (Cracker in this case IMitMMIHMCIillltiMmMMHIililitmHiMt9MIIIMMMIMMI"Pathe
and alleys unprotected. determined. It started at 3:30 o'clock :
means native) and for numerous i
4. Don't eat fresh fruits without in a back room and was checked be- :
r (jvays of doing things wrong, this MONDAY
place has them all beat. Breakfast thoroughly washing or peeling them. fore great damage was done to the

at 6 m. which isn't so bad in it- 5. Don't throw dishwater and sim- building.
i a. I. "
ilar slops into the yard, as this Daily News all the wonderful in
self, but the cook gets up at 2 a. m., events
and bakes the biscuits the first "draws" flies. I j Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
thing she does and sets them out to 6.,I Don't allow flies to get on the ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. pictures every day.

r cool I have never been able to get baby. 5-19tf. "
hot biscuit. Pan cakes are cooked 7. Don't allow your neighbor to be "The Cherry Pickers, a Selig special feature in

the night before and warmed over careless as to flies. I DR. A. B. WHITMAN

for breakfast. Never yet have I seen 8. Don't forget to notify the local two parts. i
(
butter-good old Kansas butter. Oleo health officer of any fly nuisance. I DENTIST "

and canned milk for this boarding "She Was a Peach, a Lubin comedy

Y house. Coffee, they don't know howto out his -name blown in the bottle. East End Charleston Block, up-stairs

make. It tastes like so many different We know the breed. We have met I "The Eyes Have It," another Lubin comedy.

kinds of things except cof- hundreds of them.

fee, that I won't attempt to describe He states positively that Florida :DR. F. C. BOARDMANDENTIST : "The Black Mask an Edison drama. The first
it. They boil meat, sweet potatoes soil refuses to grow anything without ,
y with the skins on, and dumplings all being mixed with fertiliber. He of the "Man Who Disappeared/' scries. You should see

A in the same pot and put the whole knows this about as well as he knows

mess on the table and leave it there that the biscuits were conceived at Boardman Building :. them all

until the last of it is eaten, even if 2 o'clock in the morning, although :I Otlice Hours -
I :
it takes a week. And please remem- at that time of the morning he. was
GOOD MUSIC.
I S30 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00
ber that it is against the rules to probably dreaming how many mackerel -

warm anything over. We have to he would catch the next day Telephone 540. III

eat it in self-defence, as nothing and sell to the fish house, so as to CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
fresh will be cooked until that is reduce the high cost of Florida liv-

5 gone. Fried fat meat with plentyof Ulg. j MAKE YOUR OWN I ,

grease (gravy) Florida sugarcane I Mr. Kennedy wouldn't trade ten PAINT HI TUESDA y."Perils of Pauline." tit
: syrup, one of the few native good acres of Kansas land for one hun- i

things and corn bread. Oh, yes, I eat dred of Florida land. Probably not YOU uill SAVE :: ; .. '

f it, lots of it, and must I say it, I -he couldn't find a' taker in Flori I 60 els. PER GAL. "tOOI.GIIBltlllllell.II"'IIIIII.III.III..11111111111'lllll'II I' llllllllltllllll.tltllllllllllll'II'IIIII"111111111.lilll.lllllllllllllt 1

:i like it, barring the flies and red ants, y ;; THIS is now
da.We )
it's pretty good. I'm geting fat, any- know this Kansas. And we I
way."' know that in Florida we have never Buy 4 gals.Real L.C&Paint M.SemiMixed yviAnd3gals.LinseedOil ) '.. . . . ': ::: ; :; ;::;MMH ::::::::HMIMIttMCondensed ::::I Wt:

i If Mr. Kennedy was displeased< called upon the nation to support us L
4i.{ with a "Cracker" Boarding house, in lean years; that we have never I to mix with it 2.10Makes7 d r

; why didn't he spend as much as $4.33 been blown out of our cyclone cellers .Paint for$10.50

1.;. a week and secure accomodations at by tornadoes; never been eaten up I It's only $1.50 per gal.

some well-meaning boarding house with chinch bugs and grass hoppers; The L. &: M. SEMI-MIXFD report of the
keeper, who was trying,to meet the burned out by hot winds in the sur .1 ZINC REAL and PAINT LINSEED U PURE OIL-the WHITE bestknounpaint LEAD -
requirements of tin-can tourists who mer and frozen to death in ths win materials lor 100 years. "

.f;;. come down here in the winter to save ter; we never have seen any of our I Use best a paint eaL made out of,then any return you buy the and paint if and not the get ORLANDO BANK & TRUST CO.

f buying coal or an overcoat. women "coming to town" robed in i all your money back.
} We have very little respect for skins with gunny sacks for shoes; HELM'S HARDWARE CO.

g.' a man who seeks cheapest quartershe nor have we burned cow chips for
ariose of business June 8th 1914 compliance
can find and then leave the impression fuel, or lived on jackrabbits and RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS ,

:;IF, among his friends that he is stewed grass hoppers. We do not SHOULD USE with Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida.

putting up at a ten dollar-a-day hog have a range of temperature from 1 .
tel, and it is so far beneath what 40 below zero to 124 Fahr. We may

a he is used to at home that he is ata have a few insect pests in Florida, The Best Remedy
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loss whether to eat soup with a but the writer can remember the FOP all forms of ,
fork or a sponge. time he was obliged to enter a hos- k '
The writer has lived in Kansas and pital at Wichita on account of red- RheumatismLUMBAGO. RESOURCES LIABILITIES

has seen g-o-o-d Kansas butter that bugs that attached themselves to

c Kennedy's heart longs for which in him on a fishing trip near Sedgwick.The Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 Capital $100,000.00

his opinion grows on mulberry trees state has never been infested
Overdrafts = 647.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 34,121.37
and is peeled like bananas. But good with Carrie Nations and Sockless .

old Kansas butter costs as much in Simpsons and Whiskered Pfeffers.We SCIATICA GOUT.;"NEURALGIA. Stocks and Bonds 26018.33 Deposits 585,497.65 ,
Y good old Kansas as in this Godfor- would instruct our friend Kennedy AND KIDNEY TROUBLIS.
Real Estate Fnr. and Fixtures 26487.37 Due to Banks"and Bankers 8,378.97
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saken, flea-bitten, thumb end of the from the state "where the sea '

little old United States. And we have : without shore is, to come to Flor- Cash on Hand and Due from

it here, and we buy it by the trainload ida in a better mood, stop at a medium -
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a and it is kept at all first class priced hotel aid then spend STOP THE PAINNrasQolckRauef Banks 301,970.31

houses as well as at all first class ho- five cents for a street car ride out --
tels, and can be found as well at fried into the country, and'not get all his i toS '\
i. catfish houses run by negroes in sheet information from a car window Total $727,997.99 Total $727,997.99

iron shanties down by the railroad R

a track. Read the Morning Sentinel. Price u"c 1tOPI"' ran ON UQMST I
There are some million of us flor- 10 cents a week. I Swuton RhMimatie Cure Co.iM'tMW.UwM.CMGAW GEO. E. NOLAN,

idians who live here and manage to ,I
wiggle through the summer as wellas -
the winter and we have ice creamon Cashier.
"STARVING TO DEATH"Was .
Sundays, as regularly as we takea

bath on Saturday nights. We eat

here regularly and eat good things.

7 But Mr. Kennedy disgresses on oth- Mrs. Bell of Florida When .

er things and gleefully writes: =1 11111111111 U 1111111111111 :. ,111 1111. IIII""

"I think this is a much overestimated She Began Taking Peruna. :

and over advertised country., .
No Kansas farmer should think of Tes I was starving to death" we heard from her,> December 1912, "III'JIIII'II'IIIIII'*j:f

< leaving Kansas to come here with the said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna. ,,
Florida Box 204, "when I began to. For other testimonials on catarrh ForSaleModern
expectation of living easily and independently take Peruna. I could not eat any- of the stomach see "Ills of Life" sent ::1 N
k on ten acres. Ten acres thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, "M
in Kansas is worth a hundred here soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. ---
very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
when it comes to getting a living out acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are 8-room i JEe/
of it. The soil, or rather sand, pos- was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the sameas [ i
e: itively refuses to grow anything until doctors had been employed but gave the nose and throat. Catarrh of House 2 doors : I :
s some Kansas City fertilizer is mix- me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derangethe
growing worse.I functions of these The
organs. "I
ed with it. Everything in the barn, Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. west of Wyom- : load
hay, bran, chicken feed, corn chop, The food lying In the stomach even : Just arrived car
all comes from the north, a large part my despair I caught at every for a short time without digestion, ing Hotel. Bargain :
of it straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring produces : FORDS for immediate -
; I suspect, from Kansas. Outsideof some account of Peruna. There wasa gas and irritation.
a few vegetables everything comes testimonial from a woman who had .
Food Sours In the StomachA : delivery.
been troubled I
from the north and even the much like myself.
vege-
concluded to try Peruna.I portion of the undigested meal is MM I
tables are not to be compared with I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed into the system by the blood Get
our Kansas garden truck. No, you the same time I wrote to Dr. vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe : A. L. Bentley, yours now
Kansans, there is nothing here for Hartman. He pronounced my case whole system producing a condition .

you, but the climate and when you catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning.now known The as autointoxication fermenting, Irri- j 10 E. AMELIA AVENUES ,, F. G. RUSH,

J have a little money to spend come I soon began taking Peruna. At tating mass as it passes down into : Phone 226
I to After tak- HIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM
once began improve.
here and get some of that. It's fine. the bowels Irritates the bowels pro-
; ing half a bottle my stomach was so
ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
. There is bathing the year around; improved that I could eat some." the
sometimes producing very opposite -
good fishing if you can afford to hirea I Began to Recover. constipation. 11111 11111

gasoline launch and go after it; Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine { SUMMER TIME IS
plenty of oysters and easy to get, to narrate in detail her rapid im- helps to artificially digest the food.
provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does its .
but I don't want them. The
orange said "After taking two bottles of Pe- work it is only temporary. A perma- FLY TIME
'trees are full of fruit and are cer- tuna I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when -
tainly a pretty sight, but they don't to wash the dishes." When she began the catarrh is overcome. j 1 Are those windows screen S
,t compare an orange with an apple, taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. i ed yet Patented detachable -
for the apple has all the best of it. pounds. After she had taken five i The symptoms of catarrh of the I ; hangers used on all ,
bottles of Peruna she weighed 122
stomach are: First heartburn. Second No ladder needed -
The screens.
t. palmetto and pine trees, the hunt pounds. She concludes by saying ;
food rises in throat after meals. i
dreds of is to take off or put on <
that she well
green things the year i Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavy
round makes Florida an ideal place to It Was Twelvo Years Ago. .feeling after eating. Fifth stomach ; ; when washing windows.R.J.WALDRON .

loaf, but for the whole year living The letter from which the above 'bloated belching of gas. Sixth pal-
' Quotations were made was received pitation of heart. Seventh poor digestion -
- ; in good old Kansas will do for "
me. January 29, 1901. In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth, Contractor and Builder
d This is the-usual rot that a man written September 11, 1904, she says tongue coated light brown. Ninth I WOOD COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
writes when he is trying to pose as 1 sing the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach 410 West Street Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'i I potato slips at $1.75 per 1000.
"smart" in his own community. He is near. It i* used a great deal in our Tenth cannot bear tight clothe Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
I around waiat J Coal Yard, phone 56?. 9-31-tf i
and vicinity. This seems to be a bad Co., Apopka, Fla. 5.24-tf
patriotic loyal, to his
own community place for catarrh. We have received People who object to liquid m di-
r and no country is pure with- i ktten from ber since. The last time Gina can now obtain Pirun Tablets. Read the advertisements daily. Job printing at the Sentinel Subscribe for the Sentinel. ,

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CORN CLUB'S,GOOD WORK CHULUOTA GROWING FAST THE AGRICULTURAL YEARBOOK

,OPPORl NITY -1 $ yur. 1in e4w; 1
Master of human destinies am L The Florida Farmes publishes the Building Fine Hotel and Making Other

following regarding the work of theO's Improvements The Year Book of the Departmentof
Fame, love and fortune on my
footsteps wait and girls in agricultural devel- Agriculture for 1913, which has

Cities slid fields I walk. 1 opment in the South: Chuluota, the rapidly growing just come from the presses and is be- For Any Kind of Letter File
a
penetrate The Alabama corn clubs won the town in Seminole county on the new ing distributed to congressmen and ,

Deserts and yeas remote and. trophy offered by business men of Kissimmee Valley division of the others, differs in several respects

passing by Louisville, Ky., for the best teamlbf Florida East Coast Railway, has a from its predecessors, the articles in Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -

tj Hovel soon and or late.mart and palace. ten boys in any Southern state)who great future and is showing remark- general being of a more popular and in a file may save you several dollars -

able growth. James E. Ingraham, instructive character although the
I knock unbidden once at every could show the best records for corn ,
gate. growing at the Conference for Edi- president of the Flagler system and book itself contains a smaller num- in money by keeping your receipts in

If sleeping, wake; if feasting. cation on April 10. The competitionwas president of the Model Land com- ber of pages than those that have easy reference or may save more than that

rise beforeI very close, and it is said that pany and L Larson, northwestern gone before.In .

turn away. It Is the hour of there hag never I.een a better set of representative of the Flagler Sys- several of ,the articles the high in valuable time not to mention the annoyance -

fate. records made since the corn club work tem returned yesterday from an au- cost of living plays a prominent part. of unable to find the
: And they wbo follow me reach being paper you
tomobile that section. Dr. for
was established. The trophy is a me- trip through Pennington, example pointsout

Mortals every desire state and conquer every dallion bust of the late Dr. SeamanA. "We found excellent progress be- the Americans neglect a valu wish just at the time you need it.

t foe Knapp, the founder of the farm ing made upon the new hotel now be- able source of food by failing to take

Bare death; but those who demonstration work. Each memberof ing erected said Mr. Ingraham this advantage of the immense supply of W. S. BRANCH

doubt or hesitate. the team is also to receive a miniature morning. The brick is up for the fish at their disposal. The potein ,

Condemned to failure penury of the medallion in the form ofa first story. The hotel will probably content of fish is fully as high as that

and woe; watch charrr. be ready to open by the first of the of meat and yet, although meat The Arcade Book) and Music Store

1 Seek me In vain and uselessly coming October. It is of fire-proof prices are rising steadily, little or no
These ten Alabama
a boys produced
Implore construction, has thirty bedrooms, is effort is made to use the cheaper
I answer not and I return no 1,718.3 bushels of corn on ten acres,
to be equipped with electric lights, : substitute. It is the foreign popula- -
more. at an average cost of $.182 per bushelor
-J.'J. running water and all modern equipment tion of the United States which eats
; In.1l11s. $31.73 per acre. The average r T'
generally. With its completion -! the greater part of the fish consumed -
This thata
profit was $140.14. means
the influx of prospective set- in this great country Dr. Pen-
of $1,401.40 made ten
profit was on Hammond Gore
tlers will be even greater than at nington names ten staple varieties, 1
acres, estimating the corn at $1 per
RIGHT TRIUMPHS. present, as they will find then suit- some of there it i is safe to say can I
bushel. As a matter of fact, muchof
? In God's world there are no able accommodations while looking always be purchased for less than
DIRECTORS
the corn has ben sold for seedat FUNERAL AND EMBAIMERS.
' majorities. no minorities. One about before purchasing and while ten cents a pound, even when pricesare
to bushel.
$2 $3 per .
on God's side is a majority. building up their property. highest, and can usually be obtained - t -
This is the man who in The business men of Louisville also at about cents. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
"The town is growing and develop-I seven
the face of the nation avowing offered a trophy for the beat record -
The book is instructive and inter-
Streets laid
ing rapidly. are being
I his right and endeavoring by of ten girls from any southern I COMPARE
esting and is illustrated with several
out. Shade trees have been planted.
what strength he had in behalfof
state. The trophy consisted of a silver -
the wrong, goes down to Property generally is being developed. full-page plates, reproduced in colors.
medallion bust of the late Dr.
I Harpers Ferry to follow up his Sea- Progress is evident everywhere. It is well worth reading and preserving OUR FURNITURE
s man A. Knapp and ten silver
work. Well men say he failed. pen- Indications are that the section for future reference.

Every man has his Moscow. dants, each containing a smaller reproduction wil soon become headquarters for We provide the quality furniture that has longbeenaccepted

Suppose he did fail. Every man of the medallion to be pre- raising cattle. Stock raisers thereare LONGS FOR ORLANDO'S PURE by knowing furniture buyers as the

meets his Waterloo at last. sented to each of the girls in the prize modern methods. WATER standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.

There are two kinds of defeat team. Exhibits and Records' .were I using It wouldn't here were it otberwse.: We can't make
have for the eradicationof
They vats
Whether in chains or in laurels shown from each of the fifteen southern
this cle ills of the foundation
too stonesof
point one
liberty knows nothing but vic, the costly cattle tick. Their stockis Mrs. R. T. Peel is visiting in Sara-
states and were inspected by this business and that means much to buyer.
sota and Mr. Peel in ofa any
tories. Bunker Hill soldiers of splendid quality. This is well was receipt
thousands of visitors.
call a defeat But liberty dates illustrated by the fact that one man letter from her yesterday in which

from it though Warren lay Ten canning club girls of Missis- there I know of is receiving $50 a she expressed a longing for the pure McNMi & DAVIS BLOCK

dead on the field.-Wendell sippi won the girl's trophy for their head for his cattle. Comparing that drinking water for which this city is ,

Phillips. 1859.SENTENCE. state. They produced! 27,850 poundsof with the price one usually receivesone noted. She said she didn't like the Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fia.MMmilMIMIiMlltllltmMIMIMttiMMtllMMII.

tomatoes from their gardens ofa can understand the value of us- artesian water, which is the only kind I J

r., tenth of an acre each. From these ing scientific methods."A obtainable where she is stopping, and ) i Ie a

SERMONS. plots these girls canned 29,379 No.2 good hard surfaced highway is expressed the hope that Mr. Peel :

Right Is more beautiful than cans of tomatoes and other vege- being constructed from Titusville, would send her a few bottles of Or-

private affection and love is tables. The value of these products through to Chuluota and Geneva. lando water by parcels post. j *

compatible with universal wis including the vegetables used at home This will be of much benefit in open- -

dom.Emerson. was $1,179.92 And the total profit ing up the country. GREEKS CALLED TO COLORS : 1
x $868.66. The average cost of gar- .. We Will Put the Reinsof

4 To be engaged in opposing dening and canning per acre was $29- DYNAMITERS TO JAIL FOR LONG Athens, Greece, June 26.-Seven :
wrong affords under the condi-
tions of our mental constitution 93.The TERMS classes of the Greek naval reserves -- Success in Your
finest individual record in tomato -
called the colors the .
but a slender guarantee for being today were to ,
right.-Gladstone. growing in the United Statesin Leavenworth, Kas., June 26.- official explanation of the mobiliza- :

1913 was made by Miss Clyde Sullivan Twelve iron workers, convicted in the ton! : being: "the increase of ,the fleet : Hands

Measures, not men have always a 14-yeas-old canning club "dynamite conspiracy" cases, were and the naval maneuvers to begin : ,

been my mark.-Goldsmith. member of Ousley, Ga., who produced the of week." .
put through process "dressingin" next How? By furnishing you with ; ;
5,354 pounds of tomatoes on a tenth at the United States penitentiary The step is understood to be a :

i r The his earth 1Uests.-Dafiz.is a host who murders acre and canned 2,254 No. 2 cans, today and their prison life, which be- token of the determination by the : a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : :

212 No. 3 cans and made 60 pints of New Year's but to be for all
gan day, a year: ago, government prepared
catsup. The entire receipts from this : call on He will give a : :
He threatens many that hath was interrupted by their release on eventualities, although there is an you. you
one.-Ben Jonson. tenth acre were $229.26 and the profit bond started of the tension :
injured anew. apparent slackening formula that will make and mature : ;
$132.39. With the arrival of Eugene A. between Turkey and Greece. :

Nature fits all her children The best county record is that of I Clancy, of San Francisco, and FrankJ. fruit.

with something to do.Lowell.A Etowah county, Ala., where 1'04 girls Higgins, of Boston, the men will Up to date painting, papering, etc., .. your

reported more than 30,000 No 32 cans take up their old places on the work is the kind you want. Where to getit
man must either imitate the of tomatoes, having a value of $3,600. I I of constructing cell' houses. ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. :
vicious hate them. Mon .
or Entrican. 1-20-tf
Florida boys and girls are also do- .
While several of the
newcomers
taigne. ing a splendid work along the same made about their comrades .
inquiries Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin- : T m Fertilizer Co.ORLANDO
lines and this rll
year promises some who released bond
were never on fectant, Manti Tonic. Office room 22, .
even better records than have here- none asked about Herbert S. Hockin, Empire building. 5-27-lm : I

tofore been made. of Detroit. The iron workers declare I
TO A BOBOLINK.
Try the Sentinel Job Department. Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA1llllllllllllllllllllGllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt.t; ;
,- Bobolink, dear bobolink, Hockin by giving information to the :
'TIs your merry note, I think! MOVER LAYS IT ON THE I. W. W. government aided in their conviction. .

Filled with sunshine wild and Hockin's wife is leading a movementto

free. Helena, Mont, June 26.-"The In- secure executive clemency.for him

How each tone appeals to me, dustrial Workers of the World is the and his friends believe he has but a ,MHIIIMMMtMHIMIIIIIItMltMMIIHMMMIIIlHCOW t
With murmurings of a babbling force at work in Butte asserted
short time to remain in prison.
brook President Charles H. Moyer of the Are You a Woman/ ?
By some cool and shady nook! j jI
Western Federation of Miners here PEASWe
And I feel my heart keep time BRIDGE BROKE AND TRAIN

To your mad and merry rime. today. "I have positive informationthat GOES IN RIVER I
at least 600 members of the I.
Palatka, Fia., June 26.-Three men

Bobolink, dear bobolink W. W have arrived in Butte within were injured, one of them seriously, .
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4 Can you tell me, do you think, the last few weeks. One hundredand when the traffic ,bridge over the St. Take

Why my life is touched with forty of them got off the train Johns river here broke under the Cardui i iI

care- there in one day." heavy strain of a Holt caterpillar en- have a limited supply of IRON AND DRAB- ;
Shadows stealing here and there?
Moyer said he had no intention of gine and six Troy cars today. The !
Why I cannot feel like thee- I HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
Wild and rollicking and tree? returning to Butte at the present whole outfit went into the river and
I time. The Woman's Tonic : ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
Can you tell me do you think is in the mud bottom, twenty feet
dear bobolink? "I am in touch with the Butte situation
Bobolink from the surface. I
II I We carry constantly a full line of crate material of ;
Douglas ArundeL here he said "and han- '
can One of the men with the outfit was I
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dle it as well from here as if I was caught by the wreckage and was under all kinds.

on the ground." water two minutes before taken
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fOB SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-
Moyer is firm in the belief that an out. He is in bad shape. The other F4i11POPULAII :

CANNON ON WILSON. attempt on his life was averted late
two received minor injuries. I riers, etc. Phones 181191.
President Wilson is engaged' in yesterday by the prompt action of a Forty feet of the bridge gave way. I

smashing precedents. deputy sheriff in arresting three men The machinery, which is owned by
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his The president from has the delivered rostrumof who had followed him about the city. the Holt Manufacturing company, of ..-.L F. F. Dutton
messages
the speaker of the house. In He said he had been warned of an at- Peoria, III, is valued at $5,750. The MIf.l. MCSr' (3oof

that he has smashed a precedentof tempt to assassinate him. outfit has been doing demonstrationwork SANFORD, FLORIDA

a hundred years. The three men were taken to the for the county and was being ,1Jr! : [ARTICLES

President 'Wilson smashed an- county jail and searched but nothing sent from Crescent City to Gaines- :J.t .- ;-.., 300 5-15-tf.

other precedent in abolishingthe incriminating was found upon them. ville. The county commissioners say :

New Year's reception. This the owners agreed to absolve the Jit.. ILLUSTRATIONS H ''HflMiilttttitlHMiltllllHi

abandonment of an old social TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT POST- county from any cost in case of acci- rt. '.- ...' ,
custom Is not of importance -.--
but it reminds me of an incident PONEDHammondsport dent and a representative of the com- l' MtlllllHiMIIIIMHmttlMIMtMIMMIHHMmtf

in the administration of pany examined the structure and saidit Popular Mechanics

Lincoln.On N. Y., June 26.- would bear the weight.
Magazine"WRITTEN
the morning cf Jan. 1. Definite announcement today that the New White Sailors
SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT"A
1SC3 the president copied theemanclp.1tlon trans-Atlantic aeroplane America t
with Takes Off Freckles GREAT CoDtiDued Story of tie W or1d'. r
proclamation would be to Newfoundland
not shipped Progress which you may begm readingat
his own hand. working at his until 11 that the any time, and which will hold your
July means
Removes Tan.Beautify interest forever. You are living in the best The latest fad
desk until the hour for the New flight to Europe can not begin before year,of the most wonderful age,of what is
Year's reception to begin. Then doubtless the greatest world in the uni..erse.
I July 23 or, 24 at the earliest. your complexion. Get A resident of Mars would gladly! pay-
( he went to the blue room and .
rid of
those freckles.
You
can FOR ONE
YEAR'S
It is reported that if the Americais nnn
for four hours shook bands with invest 50c in a jar of VfllrSOX'S $ SUBSCRIPTIONtothismagazineinordertokeepinformedof
thousands of citizens. At 3 I not in perfect trim before this FRECKLE CREAM Rand INTHEEASTMISSES

o'clock in the afternoon Lincoln late, Lieut. John C. Porte, her pilot, they'll disappear. Severe oar Are progress you reading m Engineering it? Two millions Mechanics.of your

returned to his desk with his I will postpone the trip until August, cases may require Uo jars- neighbors are, and it is the favorite maga. +
no more. We positively zinc in thousands of the best American
right hand ,*o swollen that he I so that he can have the benefit of guar- homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
antee this, and if
your complexion HAIILOT & DUNN
but and women. | |
could scarcely hold and a pen. : the full moon.CARNATIONSFresh. isn't fully restored to The young-men"Shop Sotet" Department (20 pane)
massag-
after manipulating its natural beauty, "e agree 'to refund your gives easy ways to do things-how to make
lag the fingers for a few minutes money without argument. And in addition useful articles for home and shop,repairs,etc.
wrote cut carnations WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fra Amateur Vectiaia"(10 paces)tens how to for Corsets I
toe took the pen and aid roses. J. M. Caruthers. grant toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow, rrufce Mission furniture,wireless outfits,boats ; Agents Barclay j :
"Abraham Lincoln" to the most and does positively remove TAX and engines,magic,and all the things a boy loves':
issued 6-8-3t FRECKLES. Try it at our risk. Price SOc- $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES 15 CENTS
significant document ever sent by mail if desired Mammoth jars $1.00. JUkmr Mwde.lr to>h from the White noose.-Joseph WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. Wilson WRIT R FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY
If your paper is not delivered Freckle Cream Co. Charleston .
S. C, cW>ers
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Cannon POPLAR MECHANICS
For sale CO.
r promptly.' don't fail to notify the office. byj. 318 W Washington St.CHICAGO
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..r Y South MORNING Florida. AND.WEEKLY Sentinel brick(Continued and Jbe and from Mr.page Jones 1)a ) were DECISION[ I VR[ MORAN TN[ DAYS I -.r.' .;,.,. II '.,/.rllt ,-' "'

JOSlAH FERRIS Editor u4 Owner. taking care of the unknown man, I *
whose face and head were beaten almost -; Big Black Brue Got Decision on
Only Eleven Cases in All and Most
Entered at the pottoffice at Orlando. Flor- to a pulp. Points at the End of the
y la*, u Second CItM Mail Matter. I Twentieth Round of Those Have About
After beating off the assailants the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES bus came on to town with part of I RecoveredIn WE HAVE KEPT
t Daily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 I Paris, France, June 27.-(Special.) ,
Daily 6 Months ....................... ..60 the wounded, while a passing automo-
Daily. S Months ...................... L25 bile brought in Mr. Kunze and one -Jack Johnson successfully defended view of the exaggerated reportsof
Davy 1 Month ,...................... 60 :1 his title as champion heavyweight of
of the lady passengers with her baby, a typhoid epidemic, said to be existing THESE FOR t
the world when he defeated
Weekly.! 1 Year ....................... 1.09 taking the former to the McEwan Frank in Orlando, which have gone
Weekly 6 Months ..................... 11 sanitarium, the bus arriving later Moran in a fierce ring battle here tonight out from this city, a true statementof .

with the wounded Sylvesters and the The negro was given Refereei the facts will not be amiss, in the YOUKnowing
ADVERTISERS
TO : I Ii
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i Carpenter's decision on points at the of Dr. P. P. Pillans
city phy-
-'--- other passengers. | opinion ,
Copy fee ditplay ad all .Jier hand-iet i 1 end of twenty rounds. sician. ,
The floor of the bus covered
dvfrtiiinj most be handed in at the buuneuffke was !; Johnson was the master fighter
; If the Sentinel nt later than 2 p. m. with Mood, which was spattered all Dr. Pillans says that the total
the day before publication This role applies i from the start and gave his opponent I how dear to the heart of a woman -
+ to chance for contract advertising; it UInTariable over the pasesngers, and streamed on a terrible beating. Moran was the number of cases that have been reported -
and win be strictly adhered to. the sidewalk as the wounded -were : !j I to him, originating in the city, I is to rummage among Remnants we
Johnson
!i gamest man ever met MpJran's $ -
taken into the hospital. '.is I eleven. No new cases have been
Subscriber desiring The Sentinel discontinued : gameness and wonderful stam- have been saving up every short end since
should notify the office in writing en Asailants Were Drunk reported within the past ten days
the date of expiration otherwise it will be i ina enabled him to last the limit the
continued at the regular subscription rates No very clear reason for the unwarranted -: terrible blows of the title holder. and Dr. Pillans is confidant the' the store's amalgamation, until now we
ants notice to stop u received. attack upon the bus load spread of the disease has ben stayed. (

of helpless and unarmed passengerscan j The number of cases reported may have such an accumulation of odds and
I third man would not talk. He refused -
SUNDAY, JUNE 28, 1911.h
be learned other than be taken absolutely correct
an uncon-! to give information what- as as ends (the White Sale contributing an
firmed rumor that Hobson's wife had any there is a state law providing for a

The esteemed Outlook will resume left him for which he in some way ever, merely remarking that he had fine of fifty dollars against any physician enormous lot)-that we cannot hold them

taking an occasional look in at the held Webb Sylvester accountable. I nothing to say. I I failing to report any case that
; Sheriff Gordon says the trouble back any longer-so on Wednesday next
political game.Independent. Hobson and his companions returned may come to his knowledge.
( started several days according
ago
o from a visit to Tampa yesterday I! One death has resulted of the total
I to information received by him, and
; oil men are not en- morning and were decidedly under :j I number of cases, and all the remain-
i that he had been informed that Hob- : EVERY
thusing so you'd notice it over that the influence of whiskey, having son's wife had left him, but antici- ing cases are convalescent or have

f supreme court pipe line decision.It's brought a generous supply to Orlando pated no such trouble as occurred I passed the crisis and are believed to
< with them. I be on the road to recovery. Every
o yesterday afternoon. Hobson had
They are supposed to have been precaution has been taken to prevent REMNANTin
a fairly good guess that when been told that his wife was in Win-
hunting Sylvester, and went to Win the spread of the disease and the city
Mexico again has a single boss it ter Garden, and friends had advised
ter Garden the bus afternoon -:
on yesterday physician does not believe more
will be the man who leads the most him not to get into trouble, but thatif any
leaving this city at 3:30.i cases are likely to develop. the
fighting men. he had been wronged to appeal to store goes on sale at such prices
t Not finding Sylvester at Winter Gar However, it would be unwise to relax -
the sheriff, who would help him out.
4 o that cannot fail to make short work of
den they went to Oakland, later
I II vigilance that has been exercised
Hobson evidently had nothing
Men may visit the old swimming
turning to Winter Garden to find re-I
hole and other of against any one in the bus but Syl- since the first case was reported, and them.
scenes boyhood Sylvester, had just left for I
vester, but was so crazed by whiskey the anti-fly campaign and general
but alas! not the
joys, they're same in the bus.Going .
-they can't be boys again. to a garage Hobson hired a I that doing.he hardly knew what he was sanitation halt. work should not be allowedto r1'\/\

o car, and with Dan Smith driving, set I
Poor little Portugal. It can not out in pursuit of the bus, giving I According to the bus passengers, ,W WS''w ,
k 3 following the shooting, Messrs. Everett Y6 :-
even get a cabinet that will stick Smith no intimation of their intentions The leading religious denominationsof

with the job long enough to becomes merely saying that they wantedto Jones and Sylvester were met Orlando are engaged in a lively ..... : -..
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familiar with their duties. come to Orlando. with stubborn resistance when they competition in the church building )
3 attempted to drive the assailants off : I \.
o According to Mr. Jones, who drove line. The Methodists have just fin-

Taking. a tip from congress, the them to Winter Garden, Hobson and protect the women and fought j ished, and are now occupying, one of

R British parliament is preparing to pulled out two pistols while in the I] sengers. The drunken men I the finest churches in the slate, I'
regulate all American bus''( desperately and were not driven off : which the t
Baptists
corporationsthat bus and loaded one of them. The cost $50,000; are I
sell stock in England. contained several other passengers !I until beaten almost insensible by I Ii now building one that is designed I

"' o and Jones asked him not to handle +i i blows from any and every weapon I to rival the Methodist edifice, and the I

Wilson and Underwood are not the his pistol so recklessly. Hobson be- that the defenders could procure. I Presbyterians are energetically work e

c type of men who allow differences in came abusive and continued swear- The only statement obtained from I ing to raise funds to commence their I
opinion to lead to fisticuffs any of the assailants was a remarkby building which judging the
thoughcome ing, taking an occasional drink, until new by
yellows do not seem to know ito he reached Wint erGardenhe Hobson, as he was taken into the I cut published in the Orlando papers,
fv hospital, made, apparently, to the
reached Winter Garden. will be one of the most commodiousand
crowd to the effect that if they knew A USE CAN BE FOUND
; In these passless days that supreme Three Assailants in Jail comfortable in Florida.-Tampa
what he knew they would not blame :
: court decision that riders on passes Following the fight the assailants Times.lieillilllMHMilMHIli.

can not recover damages from railroads re-entered their hired car and ordered him. I
News of the terrible affray spread FOR EVERY ENDThe
f for injuries doesn't affect many the driver to proceed to Orlando, I
quickly and a large crowd gatheredin
of us. where they sought medical attention I
front of the sanitarium, where all I
T. F. HOUR mAN
k o at the McEwan sanitarium. Mean- :'
f That London suffragette who announces time Sheriff Gordon was informed of the wounded were treated.

herself "as good as any man" Licensed Plumber and
the affray and arrested Hobson, Ty-
would be a back number over here, ner and their unknown companionand NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sanitary Engineer lengths run anywhere from 1

where every woman is better than they were locked up in the county Bids will be received by the City Estimates Furnished. jobbing

kr any man. jail after their wounds had been Council up to 2 p. m., June 30th, for Promptly Attended to. :yard to yards.. ...._
o dressed. the construction of 450 lineal feet of PHONE 6z9

Usually by the time the departs When a representative of the Sen- board South fence street.to surround Specifications aseptic tankon can 106 Court Street

ment of state makes public diplomatic tinel visited the jail last night two be seen at office of City Clerk.E. .

notes exchanged with other of the men were asleep, stupefied by F. SPERRY, Mayor. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
They consist of Dress Goods
Attest ,
governments the public has lost interest :
the whiskey they had drunk and the 4211m1111111111111111111111111I
CARL JANSEN, City Clerk.
in them. wounds received in the fight The 6-27-2t Silks, Silk and Wool goods, wash
o

.t The lady member of Pennsylvania's"movies" goods, Linens, Laces, Em-
censorship board says one MtlillMMtlMMIMMMMHIHiiMmiHMMIMimMtMiimiMtHIIHMIIMM "'
: yard of film and 36 seconds should be broideries, Serges, Curtain
the limit for a single kiss. Wonder ; : You RECEIVEPROMPT ,
'
how old she is? Goods, Cretonnes, Calicos, Mus-

o AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT AT THE
lins in fact every kind of ma-
; Just to show there's "nothing newt

under the sun," stories of dance McELR.OY'S PHAR.MACYGive terial found in a general dry

crazes of the past are being dug up

and printed. Fools always like to us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. F H(HE 20. Try our Ice Cream.MtHlllillllMMHlMIMMIIMMIMItlltlllllMlilMIMiillHIMMMIM. Goods Store.
know there have been others.
o .. And Remember-

One Washington preacher believes

that yarn about Villa having been IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111, 111111111111111' "

born in Maryland of negro parentshe -
.
devoted a sermon to lauding him

as "the great colored general."
o THEY ARE PRICED rw

t Louisiana threatens to elect sev-

eral Bull Moose to the next congressto ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES FOR SELLING'
show its appreciation of Demo-

cratic free sugar, but the state Commencement Day-an important event in the .

doesn't always vote as it threatens. lives of young people should receive some fitting markof

Y o appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the '

t The South Florida Press association occasion. What could be ,more fitting than a gift of

b organized at Lakeland Friday, Jewelry?'

had to limit its territory to cities and

towns south of Orlando to keep Bob DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe

Holly from grabbing the presidency.o .
o direct the attention ef relatives and friends to OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT i''

In some countries if the senate com- the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Is a great help to our out-of-town customers ;

mittee on banking and currency insisted store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new ; make use of it whenever you can. Sam-

on quizzing Tom Jones after est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia ples or information cheerfully given. We pre- f

Wilson had guaranteed him to be mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values pay all charges. t

ti 0. K. it would be considered lese and assortment.A Write for one of our illustrated mail order

majeste. visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno catalogs. We invite comparison of values.DICKSONIVES .
o obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.

Wilson hasn't said whether he
t .
thinks a Turk or a Greek the slickest

b talker, though he was given an op- j
portunity to judge in connection with
.
z the battleships Greece wants to buy

from us.And .
h
r
o
. now a firm dealing in cor- l

poration securities asks, "Are dividends O CO.

c psychological?" They are,and

probably always will be on some of the JewelerOPPOSITE
{ the securities that have been unloaded l

! on the investing public. ,
o DEPARTMENTAL STORE

One reason we take no stock in the POSTOFFICE

story that France and Germany are

arranging to forcibly take possessionof Or landQ's Favorite Shopping placer
EXPERT REPAIRING AND
of the customs houses of Haiti to ENGRAVING

collect debts is the Monroe doctrine,

which such a program would violate. j WIIIMHMimillMIIIIIIIIIIMimillllllMllliiiMiHMHMIIIItillMIMM I' -
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HHMimiMMMMMIM I' > oD oaa HOVEY-KENYON WEDDING
o 101. 'cn
IFAVORITE THEATRE ) IF' ;)
WADE IA Miss Ehtel Hovey, the bright and<

ORLANDO THE TUNER, FLA. S1 Grllli I'I i ----- I Hovey attractive, has daughter spent the of winter Col. seasonin C. A. "Col II Jl I Allen's"i "

l Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
11 ucl H
Ii Orlando for several years past,and .
1 I Admission 5 cents I has won for herself a large circle of

CdllDGDGllDODGllDGDGllDGDGllDGaI friends who will be interested in the
,Mr. c. E. Johnson is down at Plant ] -- .,.. ..-
I I following account of her marriage to
business.Mr. MONDAY'S PROGRAM
City on Mr. Edward D. Kenyon, taken from

Ted Lymann left yesterday for BUYS AND SELLS Nestor. Two reel feature, "When I the Glens Falls (N. Y.), Post-Star of

his home at Springfield, Mass. Ursus Threw the Bull. The comedy June 25th:
hit of the century, produced by AI.
REAL ESTATE EveryHamilton
y Mr. H. B. Chalfant left yesterday I Christie. "The marriage of Miss Ethel Ho-

.f for his home at Brownsville, Pa. Eclair. A one reel drama, "The, vey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.

Mr. Henry Green, architect, left I Legend of the Lilacs." A gypsy ro-' Hovey, Srn to Edward D. Kenyon,
mance. solemnized last in the
was evening
yesterday for Chicago on a few weeks south a U I
600
of Winter
acres
family home, 1 Clinton avenue, Rev.
business
trip.
Garden and west of FOLLOWING "DAD" Dr. Charles 0. Judkins, pastor of
Mrs. Herman Hillman leaves tomorrow i
Christ church, Methodist Episcopal, felt
for New York city,where she Gotha, including 10 acre
The superintendent of a large Sunday officiating.

expects to join Mr. Hillman.Dr. orange grove. The entire : I school in an Eastern city, discovered "Quantities of running vine and -I.

H. P. Cartwright has arrived tract covered with that quite a bright boy of evergreen were effectively used

from Bowling Green, Ky. Dr. Cart- yellow pine timber. Two I seventeen years had dropped out of throughout the decorations. The balustrades IS guaranteed In

wright owns property on Clear lake. j(the school and had not been in attendance and posts in the hall
were
F" Mr. Rogers has arrived from miles of lake shore.flMlllllliililllllllllltt. I for several Sundays. The concealed by masses of green and the every part and

Springfield, Mass., to visit his son, superintendent made a note of the fireplace was banked by palms and D D

Yy Mr. H. 0. Rogers, who is ill at the fact with the intention of calling on ferns, in front of which the nuptialvows particular.

Christ sanitarium. the boy, but the next Sunday the boy were said. The same decora-

: Miss Edith Gerard and Miss I appeared in his class. At the closeI tive scheme prevailed throughout the Everyone amasterpiece.
Mr. W. E. Long and niece Miss .
of the school the superintendent went
Frances Topliff left yesterday after- other rooms and the electric lights
noon for St. Louis to visit for the Dora Kelly, returned Friday from I up to him, took him by the hand, and were shaded by yellow. In the dining .
Boca Grande and Arcadia, where they
rest of the summer. said: room the wedding colors of yellow
have been visiting friends and rela-
.Mr. and Mrs.: R. P. Johnson, at 315 I "Well, Charles, I am glad to see and white were used. Ii All thatvehave
tives. Miss Alma Bates, of Arcadia,
West Central avenue, are the proud I you back in the class. Some one told "During the arrival of the guestsan
returned with them and will
spend
ri parents of a fine little daughter, : me that you were not coming any enlivening musical program was I sold have made
several weeks in Orlando, the guestof J
which arrived at 4 a. m. June 27th. Mrs. Long. more. provided by Elmer Tidmarsh, pianist, ,

Mr. J. S. Ryan, who has been em- "I said I wasn't, but dad joined the and Franklin Green, violinist. At its I friends for us.
Mrs. A. T. Jones and children left
ployed in the job department of this men's class a couple of Sundays ago conclusion the strains of the wedding
yesterday for her home at Miami.
1; office, left last!: night for Dayton, and says he is coming right along, so march from Lohengrin were heard.
She has been the guest of her sister,
Ohio, where he has accepted a posi- I am sort of following dad by coming Exactly on the stroke of 6 o'clock the
,
Mrs. L. McAllister, for a few days. Allen & Co.
tion. back myself. I've come back to stayat bride and her maid of honor, Miss -
Mrs Jones returned with Mrs. Mc
al least as long as dad stays." Isabelle Irish, of Lake George, start-
Young men do not realize what
you Allister last Tuesday from Hartwell,
would have better influ- ed down the sairs and arriving in the JewelersPrompt
you are missing by not attending the Ga., where they went to attend the Nothing a
the boys of communitythan hall they were joined by the groom,,
Methodist Baraca class. Mrs. JohnT. funeral of their sister. ence on a
Fuller is our teacher and we wel- a class composed wholly of fath- his best'man" Clyde W. Dean, and the Repairing.

come you. Mrs. W. L. Burnett, who has had ers. We hear of mothers' classes, officiating clergyman.
charge of the dressmaking depart- i "Miss Hovey made a pretty bride in Guaranteed.
Mr. B. :M. Robinson went over to and now and then one hears of afathers' Everything _
Daytona Beach yesterday to spend ment at the Yowell-Duckworth com-I I class, but there are not near- a lovely gown of charmeuse satin. .
pany, left yesterday for her home in The bodice was fashioned of princesselace Ih d]
Sunday with Mrs. Robinson and the ly enough classes of this kind. In
little girls, and will them Atlanta. She will be joined by her !i one school three brothers between the and chiffon and the tulle bridal AbamA 09arm=: = = ,

accompany I! husband and daughter there and will i of fifteen and nineteen veil, which fell to the end of the train, _._
home ages years -- ---- ---
tomorrow. ---- ---- -- -
I I
go up to New York city to remain became members of the Sunday was held in place by a cap effect of
Mrs. Mary Hall, who has been until October when she to I HlMiHiinMtMHtMHIttMtlllilllHiimtiMMHGinger
,
J expects I school aftr their father had united princesse lace and orange blossoms. !
spending a' week with her nephew, Orlando Mrs. Bur-
return
again. The bridal bouquet was a shower of
I with a class of The
'Mr. T. 0. Brown, on North Magnolia nett said that this past season was i young fellow is apt men.to "follow average dad" brides' roses, lilies of the valley and %W9t
avenue, left yesterday for her homeat the best that she has had.
ever I maiden hair ferns. Her only orna-
and it is up to the father to walk as
Cottonwood, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. McCauly and he should if the boy is to\ follow in ment was a string of pearls, the gift

Mr. Caspar" Copliss, M\ss Edith Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waldron and little I his footsteps.-Adult Bible School of the groom.

Gerard and Miss Frances Copliss daughter, Jean, will leave for their i Monthly. "The maid of honor wore a dainty Ale

have gone to Kansas City and Sul- home in Glens Falls, N. Y., July 1st. I gown of pale yellow brocaded crepe. .
phur Springs, Misosuri, to spend the The bodice made entirely of
Mr. and Mr. Waldron have was
McCauly DEATH OF WILLIAM MARTINMr. The best drink for the hot weather. We just re-
remainder of the
summer. been engaged in the building business shadow lace with clusters of yellow

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Edwards returned in Orlando for several and still rosebuds at the shoulders and she car- ceived a supply of Beufont Ginger Ale in bottles.
I years William Martin, of Crawfords- ,i
yesterday from Pittsburg, Pa., ried a bouquet of Lady Hillingtonroses.
own several houses and vacant lots in ville, Ind., died at his home in that i
where they have been visiting for the this city. They expect to return sometime .
place June 22, after an illness of Keep Sanitary
past two months. They went out onthe in November and resume their !three weks of pneumonia. Mr. Martin "Following the service and congrat-
train last'night to their home at ulations a buffet was served.
supper
building ,
business Mr. McCauly did the -
: 73 old and had
was years spent Sami-FIush will keep Closet Bowls clean. We sell i
Plymouth. for B. C. Buxton and Mathers most of his life near Crawfordsville. "The bride's table was a dainty affair -

J ,Mr. D. R. Ellerbe ,has accepted the Smith at Oakland, and also built a I He opened the first dairy at that the prevailing tints being yellow it. I

temporary management of the Gulf neat bungalow for Mr. Teasly, the I place and at the time of his death and white. Ropes of smilax and

Refining company during the absenceof cashier of the Bank of Oakland. I was prominently connected with one yellow tulle fell from the ceiling to

Mr. P. G. Walton, who left last the board, where they were held in
of the largest dairying firms of that
night for England to spend a coupleof FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH vicinity.Mr. place by bows of yellow satin ribbon. THE SANITARY GROCERY
months. "A basket of Lady Hillington roses
Rev. Jno. W. D. D. : Martin was well known in Or- served and
Stagg, pastor. and ferns as a centerpiece
t Mrs. Lulu Hayes Lawrence has returned Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R. lando as he had spent several win- the candles on the buffet were shadedby CARUTHERS & GORE
to her apartments at the Lu- O'Neal, superintendent. ters here and has many friends here t
cerne, after several weeks at the Mc- Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. who will be to hear of his yellow. i Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
sorry "Mr. and Mrs.
Kenyon departed -
Ewan sanitarium. Mrs. Lawrence Morning sermon, "Psychologicaland
I, Psychical." death. early in the evening by automobileand It
f has many friends here, all of whom Evening sermon, "Inner and Outer I will their honeymoon in New
will be delighted to learn of her re Influences." pass CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
covery. Special effort is being made to build SPECIAL ATTENTION, I. 0. 0. F. Hampshire. The bride wore a blue f

up a large Bible class composed of tailored gown and a black hat FUNERAL DESIGNS
:) We have been asked to agitate the the younger men of the congrega- Orlando Lodge No. 20, I. 0. 0. F., trimmed with black quills. On their }
running of a special train to Daytona tion. A cordial invitation is extended 'llllgIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIII"IIII'IIII..1
will the second to
give degree a num return they will reside at 1 Clinton
Beach on the fourth of July for those young men to join this class.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8p. ber of candidates Monday night. The avenue.
who anxious and have
are to go no i. semi-annual election of officers will "The out of town guests were: MllllimillttlllllilllMtlilltmMMMIIIiHIIilllGRAND
other.way. We have not had a Sun m.A cordial invitation to all services. A
also take place. large delegationof Miss Ethel Tanner, Harry Webster,
day school excursion this summer visitors is expected from Kissimmee Albany; Miss Helen Irish, Warrens-
,and it sems like this would be an HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR VIEWNewest
and all local members
are urgedto burg; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Statts, Miss
opportune time for the railroads to THE SUMMER
attend. Refreshments will'be Isabelle Irish, Lake George; Miss
put on a special train for an excur- The Home Laundry will close for served.J. .
Ethel Tidmarsh, Hudson Falls; Miss
.sion. All the stores are going to the summer June 27th. Will open
"
.
T. Dale, secretary.Fish Fort Miller.
October 1st. At that time we will Lee,
close and if such excursion shouldbe
an
give good service when help is scarce.
run, there would be no doubt but Thanking our patrons for the past
fry at Russell's Point, Satur- MLLE. GROSSE THE LUCERNE
what a wonderful crowd would avail business, we hope to see them again and most up-to-date hotel in
day, fourth of July. Take the 'bus ,
themselves of the opportunity. Nowit October 1st.HOME Mile. Grosse, dramatic soprano,
j in front of postoffice. 28-tf
LAUNDRY Rolla
Reel.
is up to somebody to put the railroads 6-23-lw will every appear afternoon at the and Lucerne evening theater this Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
next.
Eat what you want. coming week, and render some very
Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur- Eat all you want. beautiful selections.She Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
Ice cold melons at Self's Market day, fourth of July. Take the 'bus Take a postscript and forget it. has just completed a two

on East Pine street. 6-26-lw in front of postoffice. 28-tf For sale by all durggists.l-7-d&w-lyr where weeks' according engagement to all in reports Lakeland she, Valley. One of the finest views in Wes

I pleased the public more than any
I II11111I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 other actress who has appeared thereIn tern North Carolina. Open July first.
111111111101111110111 j many months. From her photosone
.. *+* MIIHIilililMIMMItlliltltimiHMMI I would judge her to be very pretty -

1: young and attractive, and she
brings a very elaborate wardrobe. Its
expected that she will be a great

LUCERNE MONDAY :drawing besides pleasing card for the the public Lucerne immense-and I MRS. J. R. McFADYEN,

ly I allowing those who are not already I
s aware of the fact, to know I
that next to the refrigerating rooms 6-20.d&w CANTON N. C.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
in the ice plant, the Lucerne is without I ,
doubt the most comfortable and
coolest place of amusement in town. I r
In connection with the above the
:
Mlle. Grosse one of the finest dramatic sopranos ever same high i class of pictures will be !
shown.; The prices of admission will The men who are behind the Sun- '
I11111111I1I11111 r In...J'
heard in this State, will sing some very pleasing songs. not be raised.-Adv. day school movement are deeply in S

earnest and are more than anxious to Shoe Repairing
FOURTH OF JULY
school
see and welcome you in Sunday

i : "The Tie That Binds," a beautiful .two reel Majestic. Fish fry at Russell's Point Good during comet July ai least. Won't you i by PARCEL POST

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music, dancing, bathing, and other

I "A Boy For a Day and "I Should Worry Royal sports.; Take Jones' 'bus in front of Men's Half Soles 7500 850
MMIMIIMGeo.C.
postoffice. 28-tf Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 7Sc

; : ; comedies. Children's Half Soles, SOc to 730

Buy your garden seed from DeLaney Dolive Hand Turned Soles, $LcaJ
& Abernethy. Just received a Heels Repaired, 2y
i ; ; That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away big) shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf All work returned in 24 hours

\ again, tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. Rubber Stamps made to order at Orders without C. 0. D.remittance We returned -
pay
Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. eI.aPhone return postage.

i First Floor 10 Cents 5 Cents
J Balcony Children 5 Cents Eat what you want

Eat all you want. A. Hanson
Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accompanied Take a postscript and forget It.
For sale by all druggists. Ji/East fine Street
i : by adult,purchasing- ,.... first floor ticket. 1.'l-dh.lrr 248 or 355ftiiiiiiMMiiinmimu ORLANDO flOO11lA111111111"1111"lt

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; New Quarantee Regulations Facik.

.tate Transportation of Cattle CHURCH
Mass, 7' Notices of Lost, Wanted. For Sale For
and Hogs. a. m. I NAIR LUMBER
Bent etc., for this column. Pile for one day COMPANY.
Mass and
sermon 9 a. m. 60e for three day, or $1.00 for one week for
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament 25 words or lees. Money most aceempan
Washington, June .-New regu- after Mass. the advertisement fer this column, u no
lations governing the interstate Enquiry class, 7:30 p. m. Insertions will be made on credit.

a movement of live stock will become

_ effective July, 1914. These changes CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARYALLIANCE FOR SALE ORLANDO

are desgined by the department_ of Nursery stock, one, two, three and
Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. four year old buds; Foster Early,
to facilitate the
agriculture move-
Preaching service, 3:30 m.
p. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
ment of live stock from quarantinedareas All cordially invited. ington Navel Address Mrs. M. Kahle

new regulations or from public, which stockyards.are known The as 22 West Pine street.CHRISTIAN Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

SCIENCE
B. A. I. bureau of animal FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster .._ .
( rare
n industry) ;
Sunday School at 10 - - - - - - - - - - --
a. m. I . . . .1111111111",1,1,1111,1111,11111'.
t Order 210, superseding B. A. I. Order Services at 11 a. m., Sunday, Subject bargain; recently completely over WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
and made in
hauled
good as new ev-
143, deal with the shipment of cat- "Christian Science." first class AND DO ALL )
ery part; guaranteed con KINDS OF
Wednesday evening meeting at
tle from tick-infested areas, with the dition;' must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRING
movement of swine from public stockyards 7:40.Third Floor, Corner S. Orange ave- sacrifice. Come, or address, White
and with the dipping of cattle nue and Church street Entrance on Rock 1 Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.
4.23tiFOR .1
and sheep for scabies. Church street.

Hereafter cattle that have been -- ORLANDO
ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe SALE-An A-1 motor boat.
A dipped once under state or federal Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, Eighteen feet long and has four W 1
supervision may be shipped from ant dean. horse power engine. Will sell rea- I
area quarantined for ticks to a mra Third Sunday after Trinity. nable. Call at J. L. Empie boat
The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. shop on Gould street. 6-18-2w '
ket center where there are proper Water & Co.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. DR. L H. RAMSDEILOPTOMETRIST Light
:* dipping facilities and the department Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30a. FOR SALE-Fine young buggy or I
of agriculture maintains an inspector. m.
saddle horse; sound and gentle;
After a second dipping there under Evening prayer, 7:45 p. m. price reasonable. Phone 1021. (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) I

his supervision the cattle may be sold 6-25-3t
METHODIST CHURCHThe ORLANDO, FLORIDA
for Hitherto it has I
any purpose. evening service will be in FOR SALE-Six room house on lot ElectricityGas
been necessary in times of drouth for charge of the Epworth League and 184x180. Forty bearing fruit trees. II
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cattle owners in quarantined areas to all young people are earnestly invited Will sell for $1,900. Address Box -

slaughter their stock or sell it for Reports of the annual League! 294. 621.1w IIIIIIMIMIIilllMliliMfFor
Conference will be given.
S slaughter for whatever it would The FOR SALE A little Water Ice
of good
r: grand rally the men's July I I mare,
s bring. The resulting loss will, it is Sunday school movement will be held 1,000 pounds sound, gentle, a good I .

hoped, be done away with under the in the Presbyterian church Sunday I II worker, nine years old, in good order; Sale .
regulation.The night, July 5. This will be a union also good wagon. Will take $110 for \
new service of the Methodist, Presbyterian horse and wagon, worth $200; haveno
provision permitting, under and Baptist churches and all use for her. J. E. Tracy, Taft, OR : Offtce--No. 18 West Central Ave.

certain strict conditions, the transpor- church workers are urged to do their Fla. 6-23-lwk

D tation of hogs from public stockyards duty. FOR SALE-One motor boat, 20 feet EXCHANGEFive ...

into interstate commerce has been I II I long, seven horse power engine, .
made possible by the discovery by I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. fully equipped, up to date, practicallynew Room House built
\ government scientists of a serum Edward T. Poulson, D. D., ; bargain for cash. R. B. Brock, : Telephone No. 6
I pastor.
Oakland] Fla. 6-26-3t
of blocks .
which renders swine immune to hog This church extends its hospitalityto cement 24x36, I .
Ib, all who come within its doors. If .
cholera. Hitherto all
stockyardshave FOR SALE-A few young registered Cartright shingles, two I
you have no church home in this citywe
been considered as infected with Poland China boars. If interested
will and be at lots
hope come I
you 100x150, some
answer at once. Address. J. H., care young
this disease. Now, however, it is home with us. I
r considered safe to permit the ship- Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., Mr. Sentinel. 6-23-tf peach, orange and grape .

:, ment of hogs which have been treated Samuel A. Newell, superintendent. FOR SALE-Nancy Hall potato slips. fruit trees. Driven well IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJII'III'III"'IIII"'IIIIIIIIII''
Classes and teachers with well
pre First Mrs. G. Middlekauff,
L with the serum and which show no pared lessons. pull. feet. //4-
DeLaney street, one block south of 200
symptoms of suffering from any form Public worship at 10:45 a. m.. and limit. 28-lt
city
of disease. As a result of this it is 7:30 p. m., with the pastor in charge. I Address To the West and Northwest
Subject for the morning: "A Test I FOR SALE-Or to rent, brown bungalow -
that thousands of
expected light of Diciplinship." Evening subject, I corner West and South VIA--
' weight hogs will be sent from the "The Sacrament of Service." Its a street. Inside all newly furnished. Box 424, -

stockyards to the country for feed joy to welcome the crowds of young Inquire of F. W. McAuley, or Daet-
.. ing and fattening and that the coun people to these popular evening serv- wyler. 27-3t Kissimmee Florida DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND

; try's total production of pork will be ices.Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
greatly increased thereby. m.; Mr. Eugene Reid, president. in good condition, for Victrola and 6-8-im
J The new regulations also withdrawall Prayer and fellowship meeting records. Piano may be seen at For-
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, Z Dixie Dixie
Wednesday nightGood
permission for the nicotine I Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
use or -
Fla. 1111111"11"11" .
solutions coal tar creosote and music at all services. Orlando A. C. L..12:31am S:13pm I. Orlando. ....................... S.ltpm
Welcome. WANTED-To exchange ten acres r Jacksonville, A. CL L... ':4$am 7:30pin r Jacksonville ......._............ 7:30pm
t cresol preparations in the official dipping I v Jacksonville, A. C. L... 9:35 am 8:25pm T Jacksonville A. C. L. ........... 8:11 paT
of cattle and for scabies. of land for a second-hand automo- T Waycrcw, A. C. L......11:50 am 10:25 pm WaycroM. A. C. L. .............19 20>>par
sheep bile. 110 Summerlin Place. 26-3t ........ ....
.
I I r Macon G. S. & F....... 5Upra C:15 amI Macon. G. S. & F. l.ttaa
This step has been made necessary by ExcursionJuly LICE? r Atlanta. C. of Ga....... 8:03pm 723 am r Atlanta. C. of Ga. .............. 7Uam
I r Knoiville L. A N. .............12:19pmr
the difficulty experienced in keeping FOR RENT The lice question Is quickly r Chattanooga. W. & A..12:18 11:55 am Corbin L. & N. .............:.. J:16ptn
baths of this nature at a strength settled if you dust you fowl with I r Nashrille N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville. L. & N. .............. ':00 pm

Indianapolis.. ............
r L.
1:50 am
lice Powder LC.&L.&N. Z:50 'J:20 am
sufficient to eliminate all danger oJ Conke/s Ar St. Louis. pm
3rd FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottage I Ar Leimgton L. A; N. ............ S:50 pm
disease without having them so near W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney I It's safe,quick and sureASa Ar HopldnsTille L. 4 N........... I:%1pm Ar Cmcmanti. L. & N. ............. 8:50 pm
strong as to be injurious to the animals street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Steve es your poultry profits because it Ar Evansville L. & N..... 9:28 am 9:25 pm r Kalamazoo G. R. & L ..........12.2Dpm
' themselves. The department enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. Kills the Lice Ar Terre Haute C. &; E. L. 1:10pm 1:01am r Grand Rapid. G. R. A; L ....... %:45 pm
From JacksonvilleVia t Ar Chicago C. & E. L..... 6SOpm 6:50am r Cleveland Big Four ...........? 'JI5am
therefore, decided to insist upon a FOR RENT-Two office spaces in 'Doesn't Harm Chickens
field test of the strength of all solu- our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Price 25 cents 50 cents and$J.oo. DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

tions used for dipping. A practical Come in and we will show you. Pierce I day For and the prey mites on that chickens hide n at the night tracts spay by Ai Fa Solid train: composed of section drawing' Solid train, composed of electric lighteddrawingroom
:your poultry home-uh oom sleeping cars observation compartment
Electric Co. 3-29-tf
field test for this purpose is availablein and dining car. between Jacksonville and Pullman sleeping ear and coaches -
the case of the sulphid sulphur Conkey's Lice Liquid Fr.r..krrs.rktCktira Chicago. and section, drawing-room sleeping es, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati,, and
TO RENT-Some very desirable modI I them out thoroughly Quart 35 ar between Jacksonville and St. Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis
used in lime in sulphur baths for Manic cents,half gallon 60 cents,gallon JlXtt ;
Coast Line ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. ,For the deadly head louse use DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
scabies, and for arsenious oxide in 4-26-tf CONKEY'S HEAD UCE Solid train carrying electric lighted eom- Cleveland*; also Pullman sleeping ear between
arsenical dips for cattle tick. Offi- OINTMENT artment observation sleepers and electlte Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Monday
FOR RENT-Six room house, in first ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Fint-
Effective and dorsnt harm chicks. 10 and Thursdays of each week. Dining carservice
cial dipping, therefore, will hereafterbe To\ class condition. No. 210 N. Orange and 25 centv Money back d these lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining car ..
preparations do not satisfy erves meals a la carte. between Atlanta and Cincmuat1.t'
confined to the limeandsulphurand avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Orlando .The Co E.c.u,c...Cn.Iud.0I0ie ,

arsenical baths. Augusta, Ga . . .$ 4.001 Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf r.N tn nal '' U1X1'i' kbiii.BVSnoXa"Am WUKMA llil't. vTETtE OR CXECW ,
P. F. LAUBACH W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

EVIDENCE COMPLETED IN EMPRESS Atlanta, Ga . . 6.00 MISCELLANEOUSTomato Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando'MMOMMIMMMtHtMiMMflwJMKIOMIH1

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Quebec, Canada, June 26.-The decision Macon, Ga . . . 4.00 at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla.

of the commission which since Richmond, Va . . 10.00 519tf.
June 16th has been investigating the Sentinel want ads. are money get- IT'S TIME TOTAKE UP THE HOUSE[

x sinking of the steamship Empress of Norfolk, Va . 10.00 ters. Try them. '

Ireland with the loss of more than Wilmington, N. C. . 8.00
1,000 lives, is expected in about two Don't wait for every one in town to
[ weeks. The testimony is all in and Tickets sold July 3rd, from have Entrican, the painter, before

this afternoon was set aside for the Jacksonville only. Final limit up.you try.Phone Am 636,too and busy I will to be look on you the f FURNISHING R I QUESTION f IN REAL l

k dian'summing Pacific up"railway of counsel, owners for the of Cana-the July 14th. job. 1-20-tf \

c Good all If you want your bicycle fixed in
On on regular trains. For
Empress. Saturday counsel for
a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
the owners of the collier Storstad, information call on, or write to I Shop. 125tf. E.A.E -
: EST
which sank the liner, will be heard,
as will E. L. Newcombe, representingthe A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., A. C. L. T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

K Dominion government. This will R. R. Jacksonville, Fla 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf :II: : Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

E bring the inquiry to a close. J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone Find what you want in Sentinel : : delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

t. Gulfport's $15,000 hotel is now well 132, Tampa, Fla. "wants." l-: : pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

under way and expectations are thatit : in every sense of the word.
will be completed in good time for I

the season. Six California style bungalows : ;";HMIIIMtMMIIIIIMMMMIMIIMIIIMHIHIMMMIIIMMMlM

are being,erected as part of.. Ready for To-morrow ? I

the hotel property, for those who may : ; CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables yon ,
Horses .
digest their feed less thoroughly than I. ..
, wish separate houses.OfALlOY Other farm animals. In order to insure thorough lam nsinz BeeDee to purchase goods on extended without the
: payments, expense of joining
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digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDICINE with
horses readier for next day's work, add to their my horses regularly ind
find it a savins proposition clubs, or other formalities. Our salesmen will this
! evening feed a teaspoonful of- on feel It also makes any explain
1-1 them healthy,thriving and
clean. J feature to .
STOCK In Johnston, you.Kincaid
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B wm lessen your feed bins.
Parisian Sage. 25c, SOc end SI. per can. -
It will increase
profits.
F It's entirely needless to have un- your At your dealer P.B.1

sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A
little care is all that is needed to makeit

thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthy & Snowden
b and free from dandruff. Cow Peas! Coy Peas! r

U, Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair

' needs and is absolutely harmless. It Clays ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ...MOO per bushel
- quickly stops itching head and falling Irene ... ... ... ... ... ... ;.. ... ...... ..................... 3J.25 per bushel
hair, and is one of the best tonics to Unknown ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... jj; per fctw Furniture Character
invigorate the scalp and make the Whippoorwillj 3.00 per bushel .
I hair grow long and beautiful. blued P" 2.85 per bushel

. Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today We pay freight on an orders for one bushel or more at above prieea. If wanted t j at Popular Prices. '
frrta McElroy's Pharmacy or at any In large quantities. we will promptly mail.samples and quotations. ..e e.e..
drug counter It costs but 50 cents. ,
Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff

the dissanpears-your hair is pretty head and feels perfectly fine- KILGORE SEED CO., Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

healthy. PLANT CITY, tI tI tI tI tI FLORIDA

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We have a fine Chef and serve the best
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR
I : x FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town.
I' Condensed SpecificationsWheel

base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00.

s* ; : en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- for and board the
Special rates room by
; inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter

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

ver; V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
1'' 11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side

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

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DAILY SPORT LETTERBy 4 " , Hiiiiiiiiiiiimmm

( Frank-G. Menke) ANNUAL l [EXCURSION OSTEOPATHY A ARE BARGAIN

New York, June 27.-The old Cub THE MARKETOf
DR. J. C .HOWELL -IN A-
machine, once the mightiest in baseball -
has been broken, never again to July 2ndTO Hours, 10-12,3-5, and by appointmentNo

r be mended. Of the grand old gang extra charge for house treatment, Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
I that thrilled thousands with their Telephone connections
wonderful team work in the old days, Office cor. Orange and Central Area House.
Savannah Ga. $7.00 AND SALT MEATS
,
while working under the Cub stand-

and only one still wears the Cub uni- ; Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty al FISH AND GAME

form, and he-Frank Schulte-is Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St: Only four and one half
3 slipping fast, and seems due to be And return fromORLANDO 125tf.MlltltBMIitHMMtMliH. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
shunted off to the scrap heap ere the blocks from the post
year is outChance Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

Tinker and Evers, that office, East Side. A. and pure.

wonderful double play combination, Via JUST OPENED I: Variety of fruit. We are :
We invite inspection and
are scattered in three different I guarantee satisfaction. We have
leagues, Chance managing the New Atlantic Coast Line : going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Line
York Yankees and Tinker holding a POPE'SLUNCU
like job for the Chicago Feds, while Tickets on sale July 2nd, final erty and have put the

Evers is cavorting around the key- limit July 14th. Tickets will COUNTER The PARLOR MARKETH.
: price at only $2350.
stone sack for the Boston Nationals. be good on regular trains going ,

Miner Brown is scouting for the and returning. For in- SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : Reasonable terms. .

Feds, Jack Pfeister is somewhere in formation or Pullman reser- : M. Self & Co.
the low lass minors, Overall is ont / .
vation call Atlantic
on nearest -
the Johnny Coast Kling in quit semi-retirement the game, and for Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper $ Atha : PINE STREET

all time. Jimmy Scheikard is in the : W. R. O'Neal, c. T. A., SODA FOUNTAINOPEN : Phone No. 80
: 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
Association. Artie Hof-
American W.D.WHITED.T.A. DAY AND NIGHT I
J man is with the Feds, and Jimmy Slat ORLANDOY. Phone No. 311 ," .,1111,1"11,11111111111111111,111,1111.-! .
gle and Steinfeldt have passed out R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger POPE & BUTT PROPS
of the game forever. J. G. Kirkland Division
Agent
,;
tt 37 W. CHURCH ST.

Nothing can save the Feds, in the TAMPA ; "nine. itmMiii ti
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I MitMIIOII6tillOI..MW.f
opinion of Organized Baseball. Ban I
Johnson says they will be in the

scrap heap before August 1. For
your information it may be remarked Ii Fare 3 00

that Ban was the very same person a DAILY BETWEEN W. M. SLEMONSNew
who said the Feds were a joke, that
&
they wouldn't open the season, that BUffALO
H '{'',
they would blow up by June 1, and CEVELAN D

then by July 1. ,

r,, And now comes Chris Mathewson, Goods Arriving Daily

of the Giants, and John McGraw, _
[ _
:,
/ who bosses that outfit. Both arrive _
with remarksthat, the Feds are readyto '
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length
turn up their toes. John says, in
500 feet;breadth 98 feet 6 inches;510 itaterooms and parlort accoaunodating 1300 fattenprn. -
his articles, that "I
one of signed Crater In eet-larger ill all proportion*-richer in all appointment!-thin any Meaner oa
would be sorry to see Eddie Collins inlaai_ten of UM world. la aerno*June 15th. (

and some of the other stars jump to Mag.ifruntSteamen"SEEANDBEE""Gty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
the Feds, for several reasons, but Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May in to Dec.lit
have BdJ 900P.M. Lave Oenlaod 900P.M. made Schloss Bros.
by of Baltimore.
4 ,
hurt "King Quality" Shoes.
most of all because they will Arrive OeveW 1:30 A.M. Arrive BufaI 740A.M. *
themselves and can not save the (Eutern Standard Time) Boys' Suits "Lord Baltimore"
C nnmioiuata, l rill'r.-la-Bay.Toled"troitnd all pointa'"eltmdSoath1fftt.Railroad brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
Feds. ticket reading between Boffal and Cleveland are good for traniporUUoaoa our(teamen.Ak .
sNow your ticket agent for ticket via C.&B.Line. "'rill.s for banc.ome Qhutnted booklet free Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland, O.
how it is don't ?
you see you
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
Even if Eddie Collins, Ty Cobb, Tris
I
I Speaker, Honus Wagner, Clyde Milan,
Walter Johnson and seventy-five oth- 1
er stars of the American and Na-
tional leagues jump to the Feds the
ll M.
W. SLEMONS I
tiBllln .. !
Feds will fail. Why? Well, because hlI !!,

Ban Johnson, Garry Herrmann,
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Chris Mathewson, John McGraw and i ORANGE AVENUE
other Organized fellows say so. II t
N I ti '11I1igd gllllI
That's why. ,I / / Alp n141 11wIp YII 1/wUuu.. i -N.JJII.I.IC;**. ) ...Illl -.' ', I "," ,',",." '$ MUum
*

Charlie Herzog, of the Reds, denies 41I 111111.1..1.1'1
that he ever said that "there are at -- IIUII

least four teams in the American ,
league: that can beat the Giants any --::::: ''"111111"11111111111'11! WI 11111111.1! '..111111111111111111111111'... I..I.I.,1..

j day in the week." Too bad, Charlie I I ,

too bad. Quite a lot of people agreed

with those sentiments, and were ; -I Low Round Trip. RatesFROM 11111"lllltttll

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ready to slip you a medal for having 9.
spoken something that had weight to JACKSONVILLE
"Starve the
it. Now don't the medal SU . 300 Fly"That
you get i4 $ 7.75 Oxtx $43.50 CiociiMli $
0...", $1(0 St. Pad 5C.75 Uutmlie 3130
I Culmb Sprats. 98.M Dalllllt. 11.51 KaoniUe 2140
Those Federal league promoters Salt YelW.w LU.CQ. .. 7160 73.II Wiuipec Tonal ..._.. 4S.S9 7(75 Ensmlta IsdiaoapoEs--- .. 3125 3SJO should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
ought to be in jail on the charge of ill I Partial1000 MMtretl 5545 Frock Lick 35.20 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
Seattle 1MOO Petoikey SKS8 ToW. . 4110
theft, according to the views of Or- L.hew .' 8J.SO Mackase .5100 Dttrwt 43.50 That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
ganized Baseball. They've stolen the I Ii Glacier SaiFraacocs.Patk -. 82.75 It.so Haftn Bifiak -FiHi- .. -4740. 47.40 Ck.aUi.ua Mammoth Cavs- -. 4740 30.90 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on

sentiment from baseball Low rates to other points in Colorado California Canada Minnesota time and properly cooked.
l eve I ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky. Mountains. Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
; low rates from other points in the State.Tack.ts
,Most of the fight clubs in and If I' on sale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
around this section are closed for the VARIABLE ROUTE TO*DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things

rest.of the summer, which means that t,) p LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood. s
all the punching persons who didn't ;, I'' Going through St.Louis returning through Chicago Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
of rice testy Liberal stop-overs oa all tickets.
lay aside a portion of their winter "& 'r' TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
-winnings'will have to go to work digging ; ,y)I through train daily choice of three different
ditches to keep themselves in / routes.
food and tobacco until harvest time } Three daily trains to the southwest through New
'f Orleans Unexcelled dining car lemce. Fast time. Orlando Water &
comes again. -I I Rock ballast No dust No dirt For handsome illustrated if Light Company | |
S. liii booklets of summer toons resorts rates, sleep-
fat ear reservations. other information,address
Honus Wagner, now over 40 years p i I H. C. BRETKEY, > Gas Dtparimenta
of age, is batting at a higher clip t FknssPtsMsftrAftBt.JACISONYHItFLL.
than he was at twenty. Which leads I (HI I I IU...I Stntt.
,,4.i; to the question: How much will he v vl
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Was Carried

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Salem, Mass., June 27.-To insure ,
r;f,tf sanitary conditions in the camps established -

J; for the homeless was a QdAftQ'SJ
problem which confronted those in
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THE SAFE WAY IS THIS WAY '
charge of the work in this firestricken ,
city today. Officials of the militia : :-
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Come to the State Bank of Orlando and

I open larger your amount savings you account have. Make with $1 regular, or any de. and camps the are state in in this board operation work.of health and Two prepara-are official cooperating "i : .- >- d./..a; Meai( ;{t !:!I () {\ly:( !; fl

tions were made for the establish- .
posits every pay day. Put in an extra dollar or ment of a third into which could be Ti .:

two whenever you can spare it. Keep faith brought many persons at present I IJ) !) ('f( IJ ll 11 :
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yourself-apoid the temptation to let money scattered in various open places in '- 1 ) Ph H \
the city. :;J'
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slip through four fingers. In each of the tents provided there It
I :: that each setting sun, brings us] nearer the end.
That is the safe way for you to save mon are four cots. In some cases nine or I

is the We will ten persons occupied a single tent. When your days arc ended, what about t :
ey..It only sure way. pay you Those cared for in the tented camps I loved ones? your 4.

4 per cent interest to help and encourage you. I are of the poorer classes, mostly for- i .:
| eigners. Nearly all of the well to do I '
Today is yours! Let it not close without
I found refuge with friends and relatives -
The State Bank of Orlando I elsewhere.An making a start toward placing your home on a

insurance adjuster who went '_ business basis and providing your loved ones
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carefully over the devastated district I with a systematic plan for their maintenance .. .
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now estimates the loss at $12,000,000, ':_::'': '.:.. now and hereafter. i
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of which $10,000,000 was covered by 'I -
insurance. This insurance, it was Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you."

stated, was well ,distributed. The r
Naumkeag Steam Cotton companywas I 4;\
the heaviest individual loser. ::1
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t The loss on its great plant was placed'I .:. ..'.':
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Y at $3,500,000. -
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OSCEOLA INTERESTED and urge them to build a brick road Fifteen hundred employes were
I' from Kissimmee to the Orange coun- I thrown out of work by the destruc- ,.
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'I :: Continued from page 1) ty line, with the understanding that tion of these mills. The total num- : --:: : ;

' k line, they would in turn build a good they will arrange with the Orange ber added to the ranks of. the unem- ; .
commissioners to do their )'ployed by the fire was estimated at 0'"t.. r.i
road south to meet it. This county county ; % D-- I I
9,000. I .. .
part and meet it also with brick.
went to to put .
an enormous expense ., -
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down a good marl road and performed J. D. Woodbeck, who filled the chairas I Hand in hand with measures for ::
vice-president, appointed Messrs.C. relief went preparations for '
its of the bargain. The
F part Stanford, H. E. Swabey and W. B. ing the city. The rebuild-I' ..:. -.:,.:;:.....: .-. ,- .: ,:. ':
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commissioners of Orange county i'j ; -'': ':", ,<- :- -,-: :-:;. .:' :::' :.::; :;;'\ ?( : ;: ,
1 broke their promise and did not build Harris on this important committee, pany and some of the other I '
their road. I and it is to be hoped that it will firms burned out announced they \
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I bring forth important results. I would begin the work of reconstruction -
' This is the kind of treatment district, yesterday: MRS. COBB INJURED BY AUTOMOBILE capitol.
From available data at hand it is as quickly as possible. In the
meted out to Sanford for and
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years f DeLand, Fla., June -Please insert I
which caused the division of calculated that a nine foot road, meantime the unemployed will be
years in next issue of call Mrs. Cobb will be remembered by
your paper I
county, and the citizens of curbed with granite, costs $10,000 per given work in the rehabilitation of
Orange
for committee of fourth {the older residents of Orlando as having -
Taft can hardly be blamed when mile. Will Orange county again imperil -I the city or will be provided with jobsin new congres Atlanta, Ga., June 27.-Mrs. Maud I
sional district to meet at Aragon ho- t| lived at the Cotton home on Lake
heard to her reputation for $40,000 when nearby places. Barker Cobb
of them the well known
some are express state librarian .
tel, Jacksonville, Florida, Thursday, Lucerne, or where Mr. Jas. L Giles
the wish that they belonged to Osce- she has $600,000 to spend? is suffering from
injuries
I is his fine residence.
July 2nd, 11:30 a. m., to elect officers | now building
Instead of Orange. Orange NEW CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE sustained from
ola knocked
county being down
h and perform such other business as I She was a lovely women and had
county has seen the handwriting We insure your life and loan you WILL MEET by an automobile truck as she was
may come before it. Bert Fish,chairman I many admirers here, who will regretto
Will she do money on real estate at 6 per cent her I
on the wall once. so going to home late yesterday
hear of her accident.
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
i 'again? Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. The following telegram was received afternoon. She was badly cut about ..
It was decided at the board of trade 3-25-d&wtf I from Hon. Bert Fish, chairmanof the head and her injuries were quite Who is your painter and decorator?
' meeting that-a commtitee be appointed the Democratic congressional com- It will pay you to let us do some painful. It will be several days be- .If you are satisfied keep the one you .
to go before our commissioners Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf:!mittee of the fourth congressional of your printing. We do it rightI fore she will be able to return to the have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican .
I i N. 636. 1-20-tf
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The Big Store, Monday,T esday, Wednesday







; ; We have a big lot of beautiful silks left from the Levy Brothers stock that we must sell to make room for the


; new goods coming in, regardless of cost. We will give you values that no other store in Orlando will attempt to \


; approach. Prices quoted below are less than we have given during our big sale.




c CREPE DE CHINE, 40 CREPES, a beautiful line to choose from, all

white and colors, $2.00 qualitylspecial for /\ the new "shades, 75c. quality, special for QQ We
offer lot
$1.1 three days . . . . . . OC especially one of beautiful Silks
three days . . . . . . J in Plain Messalines, Rajhas, Plaids and a

dozen other kinds, all worth $1.00 per yard .

CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, an elegant soft special for three days . . . . 44c
CREPE METEOR, 40 inches wide, all the finish, in black and all the wanted shades,

new shades, $2.50 qualityspecial for three A $1.50 and $1.75 quality, special for three .

days . . . . . .I.. . 1.30 days . : .. . . . . .. . $..Z9 ..

One lot of Handsome Silks, in plain and fancyweaves
MESSALINES, 36 inches wide, black and worth up to 75c, special for

CREPE MATLASEY, a beautiful line of colors colors, $1.00 and $1.25 quality, special three days . . . . . . 25c
69c
for three das. . . . . . .
and patterns, 36.inches wide$1.50

quality, special for three days . . . 89 C'V
ASH SILKS, a beautiful line of patterns,
just the thing for men's shirts
$1.0079e SILKS, in dots and Jacquard
patterns, only, a
CREPE DE CHENE, 40 inches wide, in a few quality, special for three days . few of these left, 35c quality, special for

good shades, $1.25 quality, special for79C three days .. .. . . .. .. . . 11 c 1
three days . . . . . . 75c. quality, special for three days . . 59c 1'

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