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Title: The morning sentinel
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Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Publisher: Josiah Ferris
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Publication Date: July 1, 1914
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( ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1914. NUMBER 121.
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.3 .[;.L '.FOREIGNERS" AGAIN COM1S1RST S} [ T RAN SAC T[D WHEN ASKED TO INSIST ON BOOSTING PINCHOT FOR DEMOCRATIC[ C COMMITTEE[ HOLD THAT IT WOULD OPEN

PURGED TO LEAVE MEXICAN SS EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEGISLATION UNITED STATES SENATE WAY FOR FURTHER
J{.: f BUS YESTERDAY O ORGANIZED[ YESTERDAY[ [
J' CAPITAL. ...t DISCONTENT
AT THIS SESSION FROM PENNSYLVANIAAT
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fI OF CONGRESS PITTSBURG
Plumbing fcpector Gets Assistant Chairman Seth Woodruff and Secretary

trnUAN M1N UR i ASKS 'ADVtf V E Er an.Uectric Inspector Josiah Ferris Reelectedfor U. s. CHARGED WAN AmlNG R REBELS[ [

': [Authorized 500 WOMEN APPEAL TO PRESIDENT COlONEl TAKES RAP AT PRES. WILSON _\ Term

UJRGES. THE'UNITED. STATES TO 1- HUERTA FOREIGN MINISTER
*, AMERICAS Nothing It; routine business came In accordance with the call of the I
AGAIN ADVISE CONTENDS U. S. PEACE PLAN
If before the Ea council yesterday afternoon DELEGATION OF CLUB WOMEN, SAYS IF PROSPERITY SHOULD chairman and the secretary, twelveof
TO'FLEE, AND IT IS BELIEVE WOULD NOT PACIFY MEXICO
f I andhe session was a shortone. GARBED IN WHITE AND CARRYING ACCIDENTALLY COME UNDER the twenty members of the county
1 'HUERTA' 'IS PREPARING *A BUT WOULD FOMENT A NEW
Mr.{amilton Johnson, con PENNANTS,MARCH PRESENT ADMINISTRATIONIT Democratic executive committee met
ABDICATE | tractor for a curbing to be laid on in the court house yesterday morning REVOLUTION
THROUGH STREETS TO "KNOW
'* I WOULD WHAT
r the streets be paved with brick, for the purpose of organizing in

Washington,,June 30.-(SpeciaL-| filed his surf*i bond for $3,000. WHITE HOUSE TO DO WITH IT compliance with the law. Mexico City, June 30.-Roberto

'The minister from Brazil, who hrepresented Bids for 'ence around the septic I Those in attendance were Chairman Esteva Ruiz, acting foreign minister,
in the United States ,I tank on Sou street were received Washington, June 30.-President Pittsburg, Pa., June 30.-Special.( ) Seth Woodruff and F. X. Schuler, Orlan'do has given out a memorandum bearingon

Mexico sinc ,the ,Breaking off of diplomatic and the comet was awarded to Columbus Wilson told a deputation of more -Keeping the promise he made some ; D. B. Sphaler, Taft; A. Wich- the statement of the Mexican delegates
relations between this court 1 Sw| for $112. Commis- than 500 woman: suffragists at the time ago, and which he refused to tendahl, Gotha; J. H. Bear, Winter at the Niagara Falls mediation

try and,Huerta, today sent a privat sioner Robe on decided some time White House today that woman suffrage break despite the warnings of his Park; E. M. Strong, Zellwood; J. E. conference, addressed to the

;dispatch to the state department urgJ ago that a ice was necessary to was a state issue and not a national physician, Ex-President Roosevelt tonight Rose, Lockhart; J. F. Harris, Pine American delegates and first made
ing'it to advise American citizens tc protect the nk. from mischievous one, and for that reason he delivered a speech here whichwas Castle; G. W. Bray, Winter Garden; public from Niagara Falls June 17.

leave'Mexico. persons likel ) throw rocks or sticks would not use his influence for the in effect, the opening gun of the W. E. Simmons, Maitland; J. S. Love- In it he brings out certain passages

7 Tie Brazilian minister said he coulcj I.'.into it. I passage of a constitutional amend- Pennsylvania campaign for (Jnited less, Clarcona; B. M. Sims, Ocoee.In which were not contained in the
ment in congress. States senator. the absence of Secretary Josiah statement as issued at Niagara Falls.
not,_of his own volition, advise Americans [ The wateri'ld light bills for the
; 1!: Col. Roosevelt's address intended Ferris, Mr. F. X. Schuler acted. The of the
object
to leave the Mexican capita. past three y$nths were received was memorandum, it
and" therefore, asked "for advice"from, the Orido Water and Light Washington, June 30.-More than primarily to aid Gifford Pin- Hon. Seth Woodruff was,J on motionof was said, was to combat proposalssent
i from this government to prompt him company, appved and ordered paid. 500 woman suffragists, representing chot the Washington party nominee, Captain B. F. Sims, re-elected by the American delegates,
( in this connection. The Brazilian.The light biUmounted to $1,429.73. organized club women of nearly every in his race for the senate. Roose chairman of the committee. which were said to be tantamount to

minister1 reviewed the situation in.For fire proton the water bill was state, marched on the White House velt, however, took advantage of the !' The election of a secretary broughtup reducing electoral liberty in Mexicoto
tistreet today and demanded of President opportunity afforded him tonight to some discussion of the meaning of a sham, as the elections would be
;Mexico in the same way as Lord Car $625, while sprinkler water
den, who advised all British citizensto ,)apple was aged up at $37.50. Wilson a definite statement of his "boost" the candidacy of Dean Lewis, the taw, which says that the committee held under pressure in favor of Car-
i\I position toward votes for women. for the governorship. Speaking of shall elect a chairman and such ranza. This, it was argued, would be
the country. Inber
of
The large sewer connec-
i This dispatch from the Brazilian\|ions to by Plumbing "What are you going to do for woman these two men he said: "I am speak- other officers as it may deem advisable bad for Mexico and for the United
with bejipected suffrage at this session of con- ing for such men because by their or expedient from among its States, as well as for Carranza, as it
the Lord
ministes action
1 coupled ,Ii 6|:Inspector /Mclntosh made it nec-
gress?" was the question the leaders lives they have honored the republic.It members. It is thus made mandatorythat would cause bad feeling between the
Carden 'has taken, indicates that assistant and
'I torpvhim an ,
j issary bluntly asked. will be supreme good fortune to the chairman shall be a memberof two peoples and Carranza would always
about
.Huerta is to flee from Mexico If. M. MurpHwas appointed to the
"Will influence in fa have them the committee, but there was a division be
i you use your in public positions, for regarded as the nominee and
and that mob rule will follow in the jjace and hi L1ary fixed at $75 per : *
f vor of the Mondell-Bristow suffrage already in private positions they as to whether or not it is mandatory subordinate of the American govern-
wake of his abdication and that it ior.th. Insjlor Mclntosh's salary
will be for for- : resolution for constitutional amendment have been among the best and most I to elect the secretary from ment. For this reason, it is stated,
extremedangerous raised Jm $75 to $85
has per which comes up before the useful public servants.". :among the membership of the com the Mexican delegation rejected the

,*eignewTv. The. :: the administration to lonth. lommissiorRobertson[i house rules committee tomorrow?" Many in the large audience detected i mittee. The committee decided that proposals in question without even

the Brazilian replyjof minister that its was au- Headed by Mrs. Harvey W. Wiley, huskiness in the speaker's voice. lIt was optional with them, and thereupon consulting their own government, for
was
fcmzed tosector jojoy an electric in. Rheta Childe Dorr Mrs. William Roosevelt I i proceeded to re-elect Josiah could not
attitude has consistently been that all :T I also seemed to realize the they countenance any arrangement -
whe dties, in addition to I Kent, Alice Paul and other leading i Ferris secretary. the
Americans should weakness of his vocal organs and refrained enabling Washington
leave Mexico.
tie inspectia o| lights and wires, I 1 spirits in the congressional union for from the vigorous delivery I The following petition was presented government to put in a president in

\411 include me spection of scales ',woman suffrage, the delegation, aftera which has, in the past, marked his I to the committee by Tax Collector Mexico.
TROOPERS' TAKE CHARGE AT ad measuri, deces.A I' public mass meeting marched be- public utterances.Col. I W. E. Martin: President Wilson, they assert, has
WESTINGHOUSE WORKS and filed hind brass band to the White I "Orlando, Fla. June 30, 191-1.
petitioffpseceived a big Roosevelt in his address de- constantly alleged the welfare of the
spied by thity-s 'en property own- Ii House gates, where they were received clared that the present national ad- '"To the Honorable Chairman and Mexican people to be the reason for
Pittsburg, June 30. The state con- es on Wes4entrl avenue, protest- I by Secretary Tumulty, who ministration was pursuing a course Members tf the Orange County his attitude and the delegates said

stabulary today was in complete con- ig against !24-fot brick pavemento took them to the president.A that prevents the existence of prosperity Democratic Executive Committee: they thought the Mexican people
trol of the strike district of Turtle ?* that stret andasking that the : large engraved copy of the suffrage and doesn't offer a single serious f'Gentlemen-Whereas, Section 8 of should be consulted as to what they
Creek valley. Troopers cleared the be full Width. No action : resolution the Chicago Chapter 6469, Laws of Florida known
sleet paid ;, passed by or intelligent plan for passing regarded as their welfare and not
bridge leading to the Westinghouse \as taken restive tcthe convention of the General Federation as the Bryan' Primary Law
\ petition. prosperity around, should prosperity, provides have it forced on them.
Electric and Machine factories of the i Commissoier Robttson was given of Women's Clubs was presented in spite of the administration's efforts i that the county shall pay all the expenses The Mexican delegates denied that

. deputy ,sheriffs that have had it for I atthojrity to-rect a liter trough for to the president as a prelim iI at some future time return to of the primary elections; and, the advance of the revolution proved
three weeks and all persons were allowed hses at fee hitchifc shed on the nary to the speeches of the suffra- the people. He said that this is true "Whereas, the assessments collectedby national sentiment in Mexico favored

to pass without question. vast side. | IfA I gists. both as regards trust and tariff ques your honorable committee from Carranza and even if such were the

Streets were patrolled by mountedmen I Presenting the engraved resolution, tions. the several candidates in the primary case, his election, they pointed out,
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and the people kept moving. A sever electricaltorm passed Mrs. Ellis Logan replied to the "The nation should deal with both remain in the treasury of the com would be certain under a neutral government -
great crowd of strikers assembled at ojr Orlano last Wetesday after ; charge that the Chicago conventionhad by continuing executive action mittee, and without any probable legitimate and there would be no neces
the plant entrances to see who would non. The wind had velocity of 65 been packed in favor of the suffrage through administration commissions I call for their expenditure; sity for putting him in through a
return to work and pickets were active idles heir causing deal I I i I resolution. and,
an great of ample power, said Roosevelt provisional government under his in-
under the restrictions laid down ol damage to signs, Indows and r "Hands Across the Seas" "One commissoin should shape tariff "Whereas, other county committeeshave : fluence. If Carranza were elected at

by Captain Adams. tees. A m n was shocly by lightn-I "The women over the seas are hold policies. Another should exercise refunded to the candidates the a free election, they pointed out, he
Strict orders were given by the iif'and: .a Hale was killby coining ing out their ,hand to us," said she. strict supervision and control overbig assessments thus collected, we' therefore might be capable of pacifying the

constabulary for the armed guardsto ii\contact 'ith a live wii which had I "Eight million workingwomen havetheir business. We should treat it respectfully petition your hon- country, but.if put in by Washington
remain in the works and not to bch blownto the gro 1. eyes on the result of this resolu with entire justice, drawing the line Arable body to make a similar refund they argued he would be hampered.
I show themselves on the streets with Mr. President the to all the candidates in the recent pri i If the
tion today. on eve not on size but misconduct" Washington government insisted -
their guns. d ,i I of the fourth of July, when the declaration mary in proportion to the assess on its proposals, the delegates

TIC f FDEL[ [ ARMY W ALMOSNIN11.ATED ST T I II' of our forefathers still ringsits ments levied against them, and that contended, the negotiations would fail
THE WEATHER jubilant note around the world, NEW CASES A [S OFBUBONIC PLAGUI U[: you take the necessary action to see and civil strife in Mexico would con-
( [ what more fitting hour and time for that this is done. tinue.

Florida: Local thunder showers I' our president-the father of daughters AT NEW ORLEANS O [ "Respectfully, These reasons, they declared, also
Wednesday and probably Thursday. \ -to give his voice and influenceto (Signed) "W. E. Martin, J. '''F. prevented the Mexican delegates accepting -

Central Baron Had Onl Fourteen our cause?" Gordon, J. H. Reese,J. H. Tucker,'W. an electoral college with a

BASEBALL* RESULTS Men:when He ReaM Mrs. Wiley spoke briefly and introduced Situation Considered Serious and L Tilden, C. P. Dickinson." constitutionalist majority set up expressly -

jguas CalientesToreon \ Mrs. Dora, who made the prin- Surgeon General Blue Will r Chairman Woodruff stated that the for the purpose of securing
National League cipal plea of the suffragettes. She assessments against the candidates s the triumph of a given party. Nor
New York 3, Brooklyn 1. referred to the president's declaration Take Charge amounted to $314.50 and that the ex could the :Mexican delegates acceptthe

Boston 4.4, Philadelphia 52. !|lex., June 30.Lnroadmen when the suffragists visited him before penses of the committee were about proposal for the indefinite presence ..
St. Louis 1, Pittsburg 0. brouglt the informati today that he was determined never to I Washington, June 30.-(Special.)- $75. The matter of making a refundto of American sea and land forces

Chicago 5, Cincinnati 1. thatGen. jbiina Barron, colanderof initiate any important legislation un Surgeon General Victor Blue, of the the candidates was left with the as elections in :Mexico could not and

American League tie fedejal garrison defend last tit the Democratic party had given its public health service, left Washington chairman and secretary, and they will ought not to be held under seeming
Washington 2, New York 1. Tueiday, at Zacatecas, had ached approval. today for New Orleans, where he : no doubt pro rate what is left of the pressure.
Detroit 8, Chicago 1. Agws" Cabntes) with onlyirteenmea "Since our last visit to the White will direct the battle against bubonic 1 amount among the candidates, possi Senor Esteva-Ruiz stated that after

Cleveland 8-0, St. Louis 3-5. Geneal Barron waskprndein d House," said she, "you have recededfrom plague which has broken out there. bly retaining a few dollars in the the memorandum had been presentedan

Philadelphia 3, Boston 5. tie thig they said. Thbidy\ ( of : that position. You have initiatedand Public health service officials said today treasury to pay any incidental ex agreement: had been reached between
Federal General Ole another fed l that the New Orleans situationwas that arise before the
League ,com carried through congress an ex penses may next the American and Mexican
No games scheduled. manlier, ha been found on* Zaca- tremely important piece of legislationwithout considered serious and strenuous primary assesments come in. delegates, but it could not be givens
Southern League teca battlefield, according |eports waiting for party instruc 1 efforts will be made to wipe out The committee readopted the out.

Nashville 10, Memphis 0. to General (iUa. A son oteneralBarren tions. In fact, you carried it throughin the epidemic According to reports of 1912.

I New Orleans 3.1, Mobile 12. a mijor, also was &d and I the face of positive instructions to I! made to them there are four victims : A committee composed of J. H. If your neighbour enjoys going

Chattanooga 12, Atlanta 4. his body found and identi Theleft j! the contrary written in the platform I| at present and 27 persons are under Bear, G. W. Bray and F. X. Schuller to Sunday School, probably you will

Montgomery:. 5, Birmingham 2. only group jof federals a ;i on which you were elected. Your justification i tI ;I observation in the Crescent City. I'was appointed to determine the advisability too, try it during the month of July.
South Atlantic League Zacatecas in any order wa :ie of rested on the fact that a. and necessity of a Demo

Charleston '1, Columbus 0. about 100 ntn, it has been rned.sfar. certain: situation had changed, and I I I receive this deputation, but we have cratic rally prior to the November The First National bank of Fort

Macon 3, Jacksonville 1. All others fltd panic stricken : :. changed situation calls for a changed I I I reached the point where we are not election. Myers has purchased a lot on which
i Albany 7-Columbia 3. as has beer possible to asce .the :; policy. We submit that the situation satisfied with kindness and toleraI The following is the full membership to erect a fine new brick building.
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Augusta 9,.Savannah 8. federals who managed toe .nm- !1 i in regard to woman suffrage has I Ii I tion. We want action. We, there of the committee, the numbers _ h
bered net more than 300. |i changed absolutely since the Baltimore i fore, ask you to answer a plain question preceding the names indicating the 10, B. }I. Sims, Ocoee; 11, G. W.
t't 'pie corner stone of the Southland t 2,000 Died on the Roa< platform was written. : "What are you going to do, number of the precinct they represent Bray, Winter Garden; 12, L. W. Til-
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I Seminary will be laid at St. Peters- : 'About 5,000 were taken aers. I "Our immediate request is that yousee now, in this present session of congress : den, Oakland; 13, J. W. Bass, Orange

fbur(about the last of July with most t The extensive battle ground hade to it that the rules committee I for women suffrage? Are you 1, Seth Woodruff, chairman, Orlando Center; 14, A. Wichtendahl, Gotha;
I t jirapressive ceremonies. Governor :accurate figures difficult to lure. makes a favorable report on allotting going to use your powerful influenceto ; 2, F. X. Schuller, Orlando; 3, J. I I. 15, D. B. Sphaler, Taft; 16, J. F. Harris .
Trammell has been asked to be Pre s- On the Guadalupe road leadin the time for consideration of the suffrage pass the Mondell-Burton resolution I- Bear, Winter Park; 4, W. E. Simmons Pine Castle; 17, J. A. Barber,
? nt'and deliver an address and fl111yn 1 city some 2,000 federals die< ile : amendment in the house during this ?" Maitland; 5, J. E. Rose, Loc k. Conway; 18, G. G. Coward, Ft. Christ

'thousand people! ar expected 'tote I more than. 400 bodies' were, f in.I.I, session. hart; 6, A. M. Starbird, Apopka; 7, I mas; 19, Isaac Hodges, Pickett; 20,

In the Sunshine City.!on this oc f redoubts and: trenches around i ill! I j I i Want More Than Kind Toleration I I I Go 'to' Curtis & O'Neal's, the leading L. Pike, Bay Ridge; 8, E. :M. Strong, Oscar Tanner, Fish.
casion. El Grillo. "It was extremely, kind of you to i stationers for 26 years. Zellwood; 9, J. S. Loveless, Clarcona; Josiah Ferris, secretary, Orlando.r .
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hqld our principal port. Suppose the struction?" ,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii\! ! ! \. :E

15. Don Teodore i14N .
-- autca-ny of United ;States was "They could be dealt with; the

Dehisa Cruz's great man.Hewas thrarlned by a great power that world is wide and men who would not .

govern ot the state for.eighteen seized and held'the port of New York, keep peace in Mexico might be accommodated -

r years, he is rich, cultured, and to him would the subjects of such a powerbe elsewhere. There is a \

' repair the doubtful for advice on bus- very popular with you?" difference between justice and venge- .lIllif
Ilti Ij'1TR.
'iness and on politics-particluarly on The General in command just beyond ance. Whoever is chosen must for- l'

politics, though the dignified ex-Gov- your outposts illustrates the effect get the past Men must not be executed :

ernor will tell you that he has retired on Mexicans of the invasion. for what political part theyplayed

from politics and has only an onlookers General Garcia Pena had nothing in but there must be no weak .

interest in the passage of events. common with Huerta's administration ness in dealing with those who per- "

..q His retirement from politics was coincident ; he declined to take part in the sist in defying the new government. COOLEST SPOT I THE TOM

with the resignation of Por- civil war; he would not fight for borne doubtless would try the old f'

firio Diaz
than once when the distracted would not fight with the rebels againsthis get what they thought they could

i country has been putting its favorite country, but when a foreign foe command, but the fate of those would Ton ;

. conundrum "who can hold down the landed on our shores, like an honest deter others. All the best men and

w lid when Huerta drops out" there has soldier he placed his sword at his the strongest men in the country desire ;

' f been a mention of the grave old-time country's disposal and welcomed an peace; they will not support unworthy "A Father's Heart, a Bbin mastrpiece in ." ,

, Governor, under whose dominion Vera assignment where he would be the politicians but there is no '

Cruz remained steady, prosperous and first to meet the invader-and that is lack of patriotic support of an administration : parts :i

at peace, though all the rest of the the attitude of every Mexican officer, devoted solely to the : f
I those
:' country struggled and revolted and even among those classed as Huerta's bounty's we1faBefore! Juch ja : "Pathe Scenic, another kauttful pictt

rioted but ,Don Teodora will tell enemies." I united sentiment rebellions will crum
you ble." ; showing the ruins ot Angkor Idia and the picturesc
that this is idle talk,that he aspires to "You have seen the American sol- J

no such lofty post in the settlement diers, sailors, and marines, what is "And the land question?" coast of Catalonia.
of his country's difficulties. ; your opinion of their conduct since I "A dream. Divide the land amongour I

have been in possession of this Indians and they will not holdit "
they
He is content to hope for peace,to port?" a week. In a very short time the "A Race With the Limied, a ml! exciting K
do what he can to bring about peace, I
"They soldiers-doubtless shrewd land speculators or the old I .
are excellent lam drama
and for the rest he is satisfied among
soldiers; their conduct has i owners would buy it from them for a
; his books and pictures-and he has I
been average-"Regular" was the expression meal or a drink and the whole pro- t
some pictures worthy of anybody'sattention. "Pathe Daily News. it eve day
the Governor employed. After [ blem would have to be gone over p ,
There is a Niurillo on the
the fighting was over,when their again. Until we have educated these
walls of his home-so unprepossessing -
officers had them under control and people to the responsibility of hold- "
; externally, so beautiful within ORG1ESTIA
the lust of battle was past; they were !ing property it is impossible to make THAT
that might well be in one of the great I
exemplary, but your soldiers are not such a distribution of holdings as the
museums, and a Watteau that is un-
f matched this side of the big water, tow-headed angels. During the two theorists suggest. Only education can CHILDREN 5c. :1 J: ADULTS lOTOMORROW"He c
days of the firing there were some : make of Mexico a community of small :
and others fit for their company, but,
excesses. Some of my friends suf- : land owners. You ask me about plans :
, as he says, you ought to see his real "
fered intrusion, there was some un- 'of regenerating this country. The [lever Kiew a Vita
collection in his real home in Jalapa, ,
shooting and statesmen and the soldiers can only :
necessary some looting;
capital of the state, now one of the I graph feature.
there: always is on such occasions.It make a beginning; it.is the schools special HItt..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOllllllllala
biggest Federal camps this side of .
Mexico City. is not a subject for criticism butt :. that will finally solve all Mexico's

looks different from the side of the problems-and we require no American llllll MIII""IIIIIIIIIII"III"li ll
In another country this big eagle- invaded and that of the invaders." i assistance to accomplish that 1,1" . " , t IIII G II II i III 0 11111111 rlllllllllll4ttIIC +*t
beaked exgovernor could not have II'IIIIIIIIII.'S' 'OIII'111111 ,11111.,1,1,1
"Suppose to succeed Huerta destiny, thank "
you were you. fIrby
escaped being the "Sage of Cinco de '
how would about This tben is the it looks to a
you go pacify- way
class Mayor he Street.has held Like himself others aloof of from his ing the country?" I Mexican gentleman, who, accordingto : ;; ; ;;;;;; ;; ; ;;; ; :::: ;;::: ::: :::::::::::::: ::::::::::'::':::

"There is only his enemies neither his eighteen -
the Americans since the occupationbut one way, by exact won
justice the of violence of administration ,
; upression years peaceful -
his home attracts all that is go-
and the elimination of those who insist i' nor his million dollars, by milk
ing on in the way of Mexican activi
on violence." i and water methods.

ty."What "How would deal with such
you
do you see ahead for Mexico Condensed reortofthi
chiefs as Villa and Zapata, if they Phone 444, Auto Livery. 425tfGRAND I .
? was the first question put to I

him after the formalities had been
exhausted. "" ORLANDO BANI & TOST co.

1. "Peace," he replied, "What else is
there for anybody to look forward IIIIV EIWlllmlt r

! to?" af close of business June 8ti, 1914, i, compliance

"And how is that peace to be

brought about?" .I with Chapter 6427, .,awsof Forida.
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"By the efforts of th$ best of her ,, \ f

. people. Mexico is no more difficult r-' -

_. to govern than any other nation. We I \ .
have our turbulent classes, and we Newest and most up-to-date hotel in : .

have more than our share of people ( ,JABIL1TIES
Canton. Situated RESOURCES
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who have no education, but the ideals on Academy Heights. /

:, enough of Mexicans to have who ideals are, are thoughtful those of Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River : Loans and Discounts S37 ,874.39 / Gpilal $1

every civilized race on earth. We are Overdrafts S. 6t7.S9 Srplos; and'ndivide Profits 31.121.37Stocks
unfortunate in that a man of egotismhas ; Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- : :

and Bonds 26018.J3 *posils 585.497.65
siezed the head of the
govern-
tern North Carolina. Open July first.
, ment the people cannot rest quiet Real Estate, For. and Fixtures 26187.37 Die 10 Bank and Bankers 8,378,97
under such ruler--neither will
a theybe
any more content under some sol- ; Cash on Hand and Due from '

dier of fortune who seizes his power j
Banks \ '

a Such a situation has confronted many MRS. J. R. McFADYEN ; _301,970.31/_/ I
nations and it has always been settled '

: in the same way-when it ha sbeen Tolal r: 5m,997. ; Total 5717,997.99
i settled without scandalizing the world.
CANTON N. C. .
The time will bring forward the man, 6-20-d&w .

\ a man whose principles are honesty ( OEO.E.\ NOLAN
; and justice, who is firm enough to .tllllllllMIMIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlHmitlllllllllll"STARVING ,

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:' lie suppress in exploitation the factions, but whose who proceeds interest /. \ I'i I I Cashier

without thought of personal vengeance TO DEATH"Was

. or personal interest, who is competent t

.- to deal with the situation." L I ,

"And do you know such a man?"
Bell of Florida When i
"There are many; you journalistshave Mrs.
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given the world the idea that .

there are none but adventurers and She Began Taking Peruna. _- .

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Tea, I was starving to death," we heard from her December 1912, ,
I include the of
journalists own .
my said Mra. Emma. Bell, of Fort Pierce she was still a friend of Peruna. ..
country, have builded such men as Florida. Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof I For Sale ,
. Villa and Zapata into world figures, take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach, see "Ills of Life" sent S
r mulf thing. If I swallowed anything It free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, M
-. by your exaggerations, by your I
soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. i
tiplying the number of their followers very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined I
:- ten-fold and edowing them with acted as If I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are i : Modern 8-room : I" .
! picturesque characteristics they do was In great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same fr h
doctors had been employed but gave as the nose and throat Catarrh of 2 doors :
not Even the fac- ; ; House
possess. among
me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels Will derange _
tionists there are men of sufficient the functions of these
> growing worse. organs. The
' intelligence, principle and patriotism I Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. : i west of Wyoming -: Just ar 'ved car load

r to restore peace to Mexico, given the my despair I caught at every The food lying in the stomach even i Hotel. Bar- ;
for a short time, without digestion : immediate -
1 opportunity. straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring produces FORDS [for
"And who in your judgement, is some account of Peruna. There wasa gas and irritation. gain.
testimonial from who had delivery.Get
the best man to succeed Huerta?" a woman I Food Sours In the StomachA .
been troubled much like myself.
"I do not care to attempt to name concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is

any particular man. The meditatorswill I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed Into the system by the blood yours now
vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe A. L. Bentley,
doubtless arrive
at satisfac-
a the same time I wrote to Dr. I
whole system, producing a condition -
tory solution, including an acceptable Hartman. He pronounced my case now known as autointoxication;' E. AMELIA AVENUE "- j j F..G. RUSH,
successor to Huerta. I suppose they catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning. The fermenting, Irritating 10
I soon began taking Peruna. At mass, as it passes down Into Phone 226
; went with
along plenary tot ,M.1INMMMIIm
powers
After tak- f1,5
once I began to Improve. the bowels Irritates the bowels, pro-
accomplish such a mission?" 1 ing half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
;-; "Intervention! what call has your improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the very oppo-

" nation to intervene in, the affairs off I Began to Recover. site constipation. *

mine? A pacification of conquest has Then this good housewife goes on! The average dyspepsia medicine SUMMER TIME IS
helps to artificially digest the food.
Im-
to narrate In detail her rapid
r in the mind of modern
no place a na- Even when such medicine does Its
provement and final recovery. She
: tion." Bald "After taking two bottles of Pe I work It Is only temporary. A permanent FLY TIMEAre

"Hasn't a nation a right and a dutyto runa I was strong enough to stand up relief can only be expected when windows screen-
those
I
catarrh Is overcome.
the
to wash the dishes." When she began -, j
its citizens from
protect own murder '
taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The ed yet? Patented detach-
f and ? Mexico has
exploitation pounds. After she had taken five symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all
not been able to protect Americans." bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First, heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need-

, "There have been few such outrages. pounds. She concludes by saying food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on
_ In a country where revolution is rife that she Is wellIt Third sour stomach. Fourth heavy when washing windows.
there will always be some affiction off Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach
The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth palpitation R.J.WALDRONContractor
bandits. Even in
foreigners by peace of heart. Seventh poor digestion 1
made received
Quotations were was
time you have had your own anti- January 29. 1901. In & later letter. have dyspepsia. Eighth and Builder
coated light brown. Ninth OOD, COAL AND ICE .NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
? Italian and anti-Japanese riots. As to written September 11,1904, she says tongue .
410 West Street potato slips at ;L75 1,000.
1 the of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. W.d a strand up. Hand'sCostard per
the recent hardships suffered by sing praises $1.50
i more Tenth cannot bear tight clothes Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
Americans, the arresting and im- near.vicinity.It I*This used seems a great to deal be a in bad our around waist MINIM IIIIIMM i I! phone 553. 9-31-tf Co.. Ai pka, Ha i-Zt-U : :

; prisoning of correspondents and others place for catarrh. We have received Peop'0 object to liquid media ----- for
please bear in mind that your troops ktttn from bee since. 'l'hIlut time Since can now obtain PII'II"Tab.... Read the advertisements daily. printing at the Seating Subscribe the Sentinele

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UGHTSHIPPERILS. RITCHIE-WELSH FIGHT.. A WORN SUBJECT. I GRAFT IX THE LORIMER BANK

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1 of the Vsel and Its Crew It By Gee F. Allison. At the risk of wearing holes in a ''I Chicago, Ill., June 29.-The city *yur.jm9 ejt

the Last Consideration subject already threadbare, the State council today assumed a share in the

ong the unsung heroes of this London, June 30.-Olympia is to be Board of Health is again calling attention inquiry into the conduct of the closed 39 CENT CLOCK

witry are the members of the light- 'the scene of the three great boxing to the matter of malaria in LaSalle Street Trust and Savings bank SALK
ouse service which is entirely dis-
contests in England, which come off Florida. which already is under investigationby
tinct from. the life Having service. The i We have 25 standard make nickel plated
entire lighthouse soon. It is the biggest hall in Lon There are several features of this state and federal authorities. The
corps designed to
warn ships of danger points covers don, and quite adequate for the great affliction which can hardly be too frequently council appointed a committee to find alarm clocks which we are going to sell on

100.000 miles of coast line and reaches International Horse Show. That is emphasized. The first is out to whom was paid the"split"from THURSDAY MORNING ONLY for 39c. They are accurate -

from Alaska to Panama the maintenance just concluded, and in the center of that it is unnecessary, entirely un interest on city funds carried by the
of it costing approximately $6- time keepers with extra loud bell -
the arena is the square "ring" in necessary-no one ned have it if he suspended bank.

000,000" ids to a navigation year. It,"has including about 13,000 light- which the world's lightweight and the I dosen's want to. Second, it is a very The sum involved is said to be $7- 'and are ordinarily a staple 75c seller. You

Bouses, lightships, bell buoys tenders European heavyweight championshipswill uneconomic disease, in that it reducesto 752. The bank paid 3 per cent interest can see them in the window. Buy Thursday

submarine signals, and fog signals.A be dicided. a low stage the physical and men- on city deposits. The city was morning and save half the usual cost. No more
lightship must be kept always la Bonbadier Wells meets Colin Bell tal productiveness of the individual, paid 2 1-4 per cent. and some uniden-

one particular: place. Anchored to the tomorrow, Willie Ritchie and Freddy reduces his energy; his desire and his tified official is said to have receivedthe at this price. Y
bottom of the she has her steam
always up, but sea.she never sails unless Welsh clash July 7, and Gunboat ambition to accomplish, far below the remaining three-fourths of 1 percent THEY WILL BE 75c AFTER THURSDAY NOON.

relieved by another ship so that she Smith engages Georges Carpentier normal. While the disease is not con- .

may put into port for repairs. And July 16.Ritchie. sidered fatal to any large degree, it. W. S. BRANCH

such 'a boat is used because a warning has captivated the British lowers the resisting force and makes William Wade, a bottler in the Flor- ,

oust.r be given at a place where it is ers, just as Gunboat Smith did before easier the way for the entrance! of ida Brewing Company, Tampa,fired

(possible to build a lighthouse and the little man arrived and, of more serious ailments. two loads of buckshot into Lester The Arcade Book and Music Store i
where even the clamor of, a gigantic il
bell buoy is not sufcient'to warn the course, they simply dote on Welsh There is no scale by which the Branning, a laborer in the same com-

navigator No matter bow fiercely the and on Carpentier, in a lesser degree, weakening capacity of malaria maybe pany, Friday afternoon, killing him

storm beats or how desperate may ',be so perhaps after all, Mr. C. B. Coch- measured, but no one who has instantly. Both men had been work- .
. . ... .. .. .1-i-
the, boat's plight she must stay at rane will get his money back and watched intelligently the progress of- ing with the company for the past r-- "

her moorings. The only movement she something in addition for promot- the disease in even a few cases, can two years and were regarded as hon ___
is allowed to make under the regulations _
ing these two contests, both of which fail to have noted the effect. est hardworking men. The trouble occurred -
is to sink when at last she can Hammond &Gore
withstand the gale no longer. will be refereed by 'Gene Corn', one The malarial parasite Jias been over Branning claiming that

Throughout the service, both in the of the straightest and best. When identified under the microscope. Its Wade was forcing too much work on

lighthouses and on the vessels, there Ritchie cabled for Corn to aChe picture has been taken and its habits him, on account of .his having sore FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

Is one object. one dominating creedto knew he was on sure ground and have been definitely described. Not fingers. It is said that Branning
keep the light burning and the
there is no better man at the gameon only has the medical profession pro- cursed and abused Wade, when the
whistle blowing. This is the
supreme REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
I.' work of the men's existence. And it this side of the water. vided a simple cure for the disease, latter went home and returned with

would bring tljem deserved recognition We are told that Welsh has got but, better yet, it has discovered a his gun, shooting Branning down COMPARE

if the government ever published a list the wrong end of the bargain in agree method of prevention. It has been without a word of warning.It .

of those who have lost their lives in ing to 135 Ibs, at 2 o'clock on the day establish as a fact that if once this _
the line of such I I
For about $6,
and their craft save from disaster the befits a champion, has got nearly all ated from any given section, the disease of your printing. We do it right .

billions of dollars' worth of shippingand he wanted. So has Welsh,for he tells itself would dissapear, never to 1te provide tne quality otfurnlture that nas long
.. "u u.Ld__, I been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the I
commerce that come to American me that the gratification of his ambition ,return except by pmponauoni It MiiillMMIIMIMIItlMShoe
shores.Popular Magazine. was greater than any monetary has been done within certain well standard of merit. If an article i is here it is good.

considerations, which may be so known limits in several foreign countries Repairingby i It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make

THANKS FOR A FAVOR. seeing that he has collected $60,000 this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

duijig his last American tour and So often has the cycle of malarial' PARCEL POSTMen's i this business, and that means much to any buyer.

Th Lady and the Bake and a Littl -----
has a fine bouncing little daughter f Infection and rejnfec on been Described -
Bit of, a Surprise.It .
way out in California. I am not surprised that a repetition can bring McNEHL & DAVIS BLOCK
was after dark, and the French Half Soles, 7c to 8cUdies ,
that he in amenable information few intelligent Flori-
was an to a
baker '
was about to close his shop Half Soles, 6Cc to 75c
c when the telephone bell rang. mood when terms were arranged. dians. The parasite exists in the bloodof Children's Half Soles, SOc to 730 Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

"Mr. Ovens Welsh is as fit as he himself and the human patient. By the bite of L J
Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oj _
"Yes. ma'am." willing helpers can make him. At the Anopheles mosquito the parasiteis Heels Repaired, 2c I -i- .
"This is Mrs Jlmley of Hlckorynut his training camp in South Wales, taken into the system of the mos-
treef All work returned in hours.
t hard by his native Pontypridd, he 'iquito where it passes through a period 24 -- -
"Yes. Mrs. Jlmley."I i Orders without remittance returned \
am giving a supper tonight, andI has a whole army of sparring partners and process of further develop- C. 0. D. We p:

discover that I need half a dozen and Jim Driscoll has been lending ment, and by the bite of the same return postage.

more rolls. Could I trouble you to his aid to the Welsh boy. If mosquito it is transmitted into the !
We Will Put the Reinsof i
t' send them over?' ever: a boxer was fit to fight for honor blood of a new human victim. The A. Hanson

i "I'm sorry ma'am, but I haven't a glory, or money, Welsh is the process is repeated indefinitely and

roll left in the store nor even a loaf of man. He only scaled 135 Ibs. when the disease is spread through a con- 19 East Pine Street Success in Your
bread. We are sold clear out tonIght. tMiltllllMMIIMMiMiH
"This is very provokingsaid Mrs. he crossed on the Imperator and there stantly widening circle of human be- ORLANDO FLORIDA i

Jlmley. "Are you sure you haven't has been no weight-reducing process ings.To HandsHow
anything that would dor t a,go through. It has been all speed interrupt this cycle of develop-

"There isn't a thing in the place thatI and muscle-producing work, and under ment at any stage is to interrupt and

would care to sell you, ma'am. Hold the invigorating influences of his stop the disease. To prevent the in- .. ? By furnishing with :
on. though. There's a half dozen fresh you
I own native climate Freddie is, absolutely ocululation of the mosquito by the 4
rolls. on my own supper table right
at his best. human host and to the inoc- perfect Fertilizer. Let our ;
prevent a representative
now. I could let you have those if you
think they would do. My kids can eat He is dissapc/mted that Ritchie ulation of the new human victim by Are You a Woman ? call He will

crackers instead. They'd rather, anyway would not come to Lei Ibs. at ringside the infected mosquito, that's all thereis jI on you. give you a

." at which Ritc'on the title, to it. The matter is resolved downto formula that will make and mature .., .A
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"Those will do very nicely, Mr. but he is not wov: ::.about it. Nor the very simple propositiondon'talow I

Ovens. Will you send them over soon [ does he urn dBpate the opposi- yourself to be bitten by the mos- fruit.
r"Rlgbt your
away, ma'am. The boy has tion. AfteraB angling and twisting quito.In Take Gardui :
gone for the night but Til take themto between Vernon and Thiery about I the particular case of the Ano-

you myself." terms, it has been refreshing to find pheles the matter is made even more

: In a minute or two he stood on her Welsh and Ritchie saying the sweetest simple by the known fact that its

.j front steps ringing the bell and feeling things imaginable about each other working hours are confined strictlyto r Fertilizer L CoORLANDO
well pleased with himself that he could Tile Soutlieril r
do some one a kindness. In fact, if the pair had been train- the early evening and the night ThoYoman's\ l Tonic

Mrs. Jimley opened the door and ng,at 30 miles instead of 300 miles What's the remedy? 1

took the packages from his hands. from each other it would have been SCREENS. That's the solution Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAMiiiMMtMMilMMMMIItlMIIHtlltlM'IIIHMH
Then she said in icy tones: in the natural order of things that simple and safe and complete. The

The next time you bring any goods they should spend all their leisure only precaution to be added is that .1111111111111.IIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII.I.'llllt+t

1 here member, Mr.to Ovens ring the I wish basement you would bell re Icant time together. Such is the expressed the screens should not be put up as FOBSALEATALLORU661STSF4 ___ ___ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ _
feeling at the moment They talk if you were building a chicken house,
have tradesmen coming to the
front door.--Newark News. and act like wise b4s-good business full of holes and loose around the ;

rivals. edges. They should be made liter- 7

Ht Knew. ally mosquito proof. At all the windows POPULAR

"It I were you" his wife said, Td All that Ritchie says in answer to and outside doors and around MtCHANCS! 300 COW PEASWe

go to that man and tell him exactly queries about his alleged sidestep- the porch that is used as a sittingroom

what I thought of him. He lied to you, ping in America is that he is not so in the evening, over the beds ARTICLES
nn'r ought to tell him that you
_ know you it If I were you I'd let him much to blame as some people think. and at every place where the insect .,. 300

3 know just how I despised him. I'd Welsh hits a similar keynote and may gain admission to the membersof $3 iLLUSTRATIONS

have the satisfaction of making him says he is satisfied now that he has I the family. The screen is a neces- = / have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
I feel ashamed of himself." got Ritchie to toe the mark. Why sary part of the Florida' house; no

"No. my dear," he replied, "you make recriminations he asks? And home in this state is safe or comfortable n. Ji HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name
wouldn't do anything of the kind. If
there you have an epitome of the-pre- without it. And is shouldbe Popular Mechanics
you were me you'd do just as I'm do- desired. Price sure right.
ing quantity
ing. This fellow weighs fifty pounds vailing feeling. ,constructed and fitted to its place Magazine

more than 1 do. and they tell me he's Ritchie, who has his brother Henry with as much care as the front dooror WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

one of the best boxers in this town.-- Steffen and Emil Thiery, his mana- the windows in their casings.It A GREAT Continued S'GrJ'of the World'

Chicago Record-Herald. as his constant companions, is is the duty of the individual to Pratreu which you may begin reading all kinds.
-._.._ ger . ,. at any time and which will hold TOUT
training in a northern suburb of Lon ,avoid- malaria, a duty that each one interest forever. You are living m the best Plant Car.
Her Library.It year of the most wonderful age,of what is Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg
U clear that the young women don. His camp is on high ground owes to himself and to the communty doubtless the greatest world in the universe..
who figure in this little conversation where he air is good, though he may in which he l.\'es. A resident of Mars would gladly pay- riers, etc. Phones 181.191.F. .

from the New York Telegraph were deem it wise to switch to the cooler $ ,nflfi SUBSCRIPT ON

no blue stockings: air of the seaside as a windup. Whenhe If your paper is not delivered to this magazine Engineering order to keep Informed of '
t our progress in and Mechanic F. Dutton:
Amy-I don't know what to give set foot on English soil, he turned !promptly, don't fail to notify the office. Are you reading it 1 Two millions of your ..
She has I neighbors are and it b the favorite
Gladys for a birthday. a gold maga
the beam at 139 lbs. but he has already line in thousands of the best American
mesh bag. she has a wrist watch she homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
has a silver toilet set-on, she has everything shed three-quarters of the young-men and women. SANFORD, FLORIDA
_ D over-plus and has no fear that he will HI'YH The "Shop Votes" Department (20 pages)
gives easy ways to do toings-how to mate ; 5-15-tf.
Pearl-Well, give her a book.AmyNo be dead on the 135 mark at the appointed wetol rtidei tar Lome and atop,repairs,etc.
Amateur Xeclroic(10 paces)lena how to
; she has a book too. moment MORE[ DANDRUffUse make Musion furniture,wireless outfits,boat
The articles which Ritchie signed engines,magic and all the things a boy loves;
$1 JO KK YEAR. SINCU COPIES IS CENTS a
Her Father's Car. within twenty-four hours after his Parisian Sage. Ak roar. Iww....to show FM M t* t
r "Where were you last night asked wan R FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY ...
arrival in England stipulate for a It's entirely needless to have unsightly .HI.1.111.111111111111111111111.11111111111.11111.
girl of another. POPAR MECHANICS
one CO. .
and the universal matted, thin or faded hair. A
round contest
"I was out riding with father In his 20 318 W.Wuhingtoa Sc,CHICAGO
car" opinion here is that we are to have little care is all that is needed to makeit
thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthy - New White Sailors
"But I did not know your father has the light-weight match of the cen-
and free from dandruff.
an automobile." tury. Olympia with its thousands of
Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair Takes Off Freckles
he Is motorman.Indianapolis -
"He hasn't a
; ,
seats will be taxed to capacity. needs and is absolutely harmless. It
News. quickly stops itching head and falling Removes Tan. The latest fadINTHEEAST
hair and is of the best tonics to
There Are Others. i The wreck of the steamer Mary B. one
I invigorate the scalp and make the Beautify your complexion. Get
Mand-You used to think that Jack Franklin, which was burned and sunk hair grow long and beautiful.Get rid of those freckles You can
was one in a thousand. Ethel (who between Forts Dade and D'eSoto,will a bottle of Parisian Sage today invest SOc in a jar of \VILSOX'S >
broke engagement)-I do still but Pve the weather at FRECKLE CREAM
be salvaged as soon as from M Elroy's Pharmacy or any
discovered be isn't the one in a and they'll disappear Severe ,
only
I permits. The hull, which is lyingin drug counter. It costs but 50 cents.
thousand.-Boston Transcript I dandruff cases may require two jars-
Rub it into the scalp-all
22 feet of water, will be pumpedout co more.Ve positively guar-

Making It Worse. and towed to port. the dissappears-your hair is pretty head and feels perfectly fine- plexion antee this isn't, and fully if restored your com-to \ :MISSES HAULM & BUM |

Dubblelgh-Mlss Sharp called me a The city commissioners of Orlando healthy.
its ?'.1ra1 beauty, we agree to refund your
fool. Do I look like a fool Dawson- have decided which streets shall be money without argument. And in addition
do not She couldn't bar WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant Corsets
Ko. you FOURTH OF JULY for Barclay
paved and the width of the pavementA toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow : Agents \
judged you by your looks.-Boston and does positively remove TAN and
Transcript new set of plans for the Lake FRECKLES. Try it at our risk. Price Socsent -
Highland filtration plant have also Fish fry at Russell's-Point. Good WILSON'S by mail" FAIR if desired.SKIN Mammoth SOAP 2Sc.jars Wilson$1.00. Recall's PatternstiiniiiiiiMMi

The avarice of the miser may be been accepted and work will soon be- music, dancing, bathing, and other Freckle Cream Co., CUrkston, S. (X, makers.

z termed the grand sepulcher of all his gin on both these public improve- sports. Take Jones' 'bus in front of For sale by
MCELROY . HilllltiHIIIlllHlllllitHI.
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTS I this enlightened day we are not living Bryan's saying that Taft orderedthe I

; South Florida Sentinel up to Mosaic law. apology put in the treaty with I
I, (By W. S. Branch) I i.> oao Colombia has not apparently increased -

MORNING AND WEEKLY Don't stay away from Sunday The innovation made by President its popularity.

jj JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. school next Sunday because you Wilson's placing a tent on the White

haven't been asked to go. The first House lawn for his use during the 'Twould be too bad after having
Entered at it postoffice at Orlando Flor-
.s*. ai Second Claw Mail Matter. Sunday in July is a capital time to heated season has prompted the introduction jollied Carranza into considering a

start You won't feel at all out of of a bill into the house of peaceful compromise, should it turn
i SUBSCRIPTION RATES place and will be heartily welcomed. representatives providing for a sum- out that the WE I
't, faily 1 Year ..........................$5.00 wrong man was jollied. HAVE KEPT \
Daily, ( Month ....................... 2.50 Take this step in memory of your mer home for the president near
Daily 3 Month ...................... 1.25 enough to Washington for his
and mother's instruc- convenience the
boyhood
Daily 1 Month ....................... "50Weekly your Anyway, "good will" Wilson
tion. in hot weather. The summitof has assured King George we "bearto THESE FORYOU

1 Year .................*..... 1.00 the Blue Ridge mountains near your great country" ought to offset
Weekly C Month ..................... 7i I Mt Weather Va. is
the
While we are scolding about the spot named the twisting the lion's tail got in the

TO ADVERTISERS: high cost of living, Frank Clark and an appropriation of $50,000 asked canal' debate.
knocks for as a starter. The tent was first
us speechless by telling us
+ Copy for Bust di+play be handed tad all in .at Jicr the handietdverttiinf Wineu that it isn't the "high cost," but "highHying" used by Roosevelt and then by Taft, There is no better way to get a

fieo of the Sentinel nt later than 2 p. m. that keeps us in debt and so the idea is not wholly new true conception of Christianity, the
UM day before publication. This rule applies When we recall the numerous homes force in Knowing how dear to the heart of a
to cbutfts for contract advertising: it i* scrambling to keep the ends together. greatest the world than wo
Inariible and wiO be strictly adhered to. We do not deny the truth contained of the reigning monarchs of Europe, through the Sunday School lessons.In man is to Remnants '
it is not absurd to that the rummage among we
Subscriber :n his assertion. When the laboring presume
desiring The Sentinel discontinued
should notify the office in writing en class, and the great and useful "mid richest nation on earth at the present telling why Napoleon became have been saving up every short end since
the date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates, dle class" strive to live as well as time should purchase a site and great a syndicated article left out the store's
until notice to atop Is received. high class professional men and mer build a comfortable summer home for one reason-to enable a lot of pikersto amalgamation, until now we

chant is her chief magistrate, and here's hoping call themselves the have such
WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1914. princes, something radically "Napoleon" of an accumulation of odds and
wrong, and the bottom is going to the bill will pass. this or that.Don't .
fall out. ends (the White Sale contributing an
The U. S. navy went dry last nightat
midnight. I Senators' clerks are not the only hear of any grain growers enormous lot)-that we cannot hold them

o We are moved to remark that in i people who have been careless in butting in on the discussion on

When the -- the year 1913 a new kind of man i handling literature boosting gold whether congress shall quit or go on back any longer-so Wednesday)- next
Miami boosters reach Or-
came to the White House; govern mines. legislating they're all more profit-
lando-well, some of them may go
ably employed.
.back. ment turned a corner and started upa

o new road. Congress sat up and tooknotice : I j Another feminine triumph. Ken- II EVERY

of some things which it had j i tucky's champion snake killer is a REMOVAL OF ROYAL MILLS
So long as our favorite ball teamis
failed to see in the good old days. i woman. She chops 'em up with a COFFEE ROASTING PLANT
consistently winning we should. !
The made few REMNANTin
water wagon a laps hoe.i .
worry about the Mexican situation. i I II. O'She and D. D. Awde announceto
up the hill; the Democrats found i 1 J! their patrons and the public at

o three Presbyterians at the head o Our idea of wasting time is trying large the moving of the Royal Mills
; Those Hillsboro county commissioners the useful well : Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure
government as as ornamental -
indicted by the i I to nominate candidates for president F x>d Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone the store goes on sale at such prices
grand jury and the cried louder
may
; women two years ahead of the campaign. street, next door to Mrs. Soper's millinery -
get, even by refusing to pay off the than ever for the ballot. As a i corner of Church and Boone that cannot fail to make short work of

jury. result of all this bumping out of ruts, I I streets, where they will conduct an
; Congress now hopes to adjourn before date them.
o what will 1914 bring forth? up to coffee and tea store. Later
i September, but none of its members they will handle a full line of spices,
It *
is immaterial
with the
Clear- extracts, baking powders, etc.
are enough to real
water Sun whether Hon. J. Fred De- Think of the trouble you have had game wager In making this move they will be
Berry runs for governor or president. i trying to decide where you will go money. that it will. better able to serve their customers
i
than heretofore. Call and
try a pack-
Same here. this and have little
summer a sym
I Some royal' bunk. King Constantine age of their excellent coffees and
o pathy for Huerta. If Villa arrives teas. Remember the place, 201 Boone I
( ;
of Greece, if he to
If Huerta just won't salute the flag safely in Mexico City and Huerta'' says goes war street; phone 486; or get it from the
i with Turkey it will be a moral con- wagon at your door. Purity, fresh-
lives the latter will bean
the safe and fourth long enough
sane ought to be
quest. ness, strength, full weights, and
suspended long enough to let the outlaw for 22 years. Villa has -t.- money saved you guaranteedormoney
small boys do it. served as an outlaw 22 years and will Should back. 7-1-lw
Motorists remember that its
mete out the same punishment to his I
o bad form to fail to stop and offer to
enemy. His best friend, Fierro, kills NOTICE
General Villa is going to take a carry a man to the hospital after run
the hundreds for the
people by just
bath and has ordered a $400 bath tub. ning over him. The attention of chauffeurs is called
of it. In this turbulent
Afterwards he may use it to clean up pure joy i I to section 14 of traffic ordinance rela-
Huerta land, the survival of the fittest seems tive to open mufflers. This will be
and Carranza. I
To from
judge recent votes the
to be the rule, and one is no better rigidly enforced hereafter.E. .
o than another. Villa is bloodthristy j I house is.ripe for organization into a F. SPERRY, Mayor. A USE. CAN BE FOUND
Luke McLuke spoke a parable' when union and affiliation with the A: F. Orlando, June 29, 1914. 29-2t
and a polygomist; what can we hope
he said ,of L.
: Always remember that
for Mexico? I!
you have your knocker worried or he * aWhile WANTED-Couple to live on country FOR EVERY ENDThe
wouldn't take the time to knock you." I I' Try the Sentinel Job Department place. Call or address, 400 West
Orlando is moving forwardat I Central avenue.

o a good gait in civic matters we II ----=---
Roosevelt doesn't .y.
the
approve pres must admit that there is still room 111111111111111111111111111'I I IIHIIIMIMIMttllllllt ;
ent administration, but he had a for improvement, and the acme of I lengths run anywhere from 1
j' chance to be it himself-lacked only r T. F. HOURIHAN
,
about four million votes' of gettingthe perfection has not yet been attained. Geo. C. Dolive yard to 7 yards.
There are unsanitary conditions on
job. Licensed Plumber and
\ Orange avenue and other streets allowed

.. A.. 0 by landlords who will no doubt J T U mY" Sanitary Engineer
If there are no real, geunine reac Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
t make some renovations now that the They consist of Dress Goods,
tionaries, why are so many newspa sewerage system is completed and Promptly Attended to.

pers using valuable space pleadingnot cess pools abolished. Let the good PHONE 629 Silks, Silk and Wool goods, wash

guilty, either for themselves or work continue and make your up to I Phone 106 Court Street
some one else? goods, Linens, Laces, Em-
date improvements before
j --0 anyone L 248 355 ORLANDO, FLORIDAIMtHIMMMMIMMMMM I
has time to complain. Moses, then or broideries Curtain
St. Petersburg is the only town i great Jewish leader, gave the first t-21-1m Serges,

'' the United States which has an ordi instructions sanitation, and even in I Goods, Cretonnes, Calicos, Muslins
nance taxing cats, and if the kitty

bears no tags it is outlawed. In fact in fact every kind of ma-
c they treat cats like a dog in St. Pete. 4tilMmmmiMMMIUMMMMIIIIIHtM"MlllliMHMIIIilMiHMiliMIMMI "

r o terial found in a general dry

1.. Plant City is to have a daily pa You RECEIVE :

per, J. Fred DeBerry being the pro- Goods Store.

moter. If Fred has enough of the PROMPT AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT AT THE
And Remember-
profits left after paying his income

tax next year he will probably be a McELROY'S PHARMACYGive s

candidate for governor, U. S. senatoror r

president. us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHCNE 20. Try our Ice Cmra.IIMIIIilMiiiMillllliimtliMMMtMtMiMIMIIIIHIIIMmiHIMMH.

o THEY ARE PRICED
..
Jacksonville claims about 80,000

population, 40 per cent. of which FOR SELLING
number must be men, and yet the two ttot"'I"IIIIIII"III'IIIIIIIIIIIII"tllll 111111111111111111111111111111111&

senators could not find one man

among them all upon (which they ,
were agreed that he is good enoughto
Next Saturday being In-
be postmaster. Even Sodom had

one good man-or was it Gomorrah .

that had a Lot ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : dependence Day the store

,
0

Before many years the Dade coun- Commencement Day-an important event in the : I will be closed all day.

ty farmers will be running ads. in lives of young people should receive some fitting mark :

a the northern papers like this: "Wanted of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the .

farm hands to pick corn. Applyat occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of :

Maimi, Fla.-Miami Metropolis.Not Jewelry? .
.
if the scientists continue to im .

prove agricultural methods. They DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe .

will soon have the com stalk pro .
ducing the corn already shelled in- direct the attention tf relatives and friends to t OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs

the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this '
side. All the harvesting necessary a great help to our out-of-town customers -
then will be the cutting of a hole in store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- ; make use of it whenever you can. Samples -

the side of the stalk and allowing the est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia or information cheerfully given \Ve prepay

corn to run into a sack. mond or a Dependable Watth, we offer exceptional values all charges.

o and assortment. Write for one of our illustrated mail order

Florida supplies a large part of the A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno catalogs. We invite comparison of values.

United States with vegetables dur obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.

ing about four months in the year,

r. but during the remaining months
' the Florida trucker allows other

things than gardening to engage his

: attention, with the consequence that

vegetables are scarce during the sum-
mer months. The situation in Or-

lando is probably little different from

other Florida cities, and an inspectionof DICKSON"IYESDEPARTMENTAL[ 00.

the vegetable supply about this

time of year is very disheartening to the JewelerOPPOSITE

the vegetarian. A few tomatoes,pep-

pers, green corn and egg plants is ,
about all the offering in the way of [ [ STORE[

,fresh produce. Florida people are POSTOFFICE :

. willing to pay good prices for their ,,
\' vegetables and it is remarkable thatso Orlando's Favorite Shopping place ,
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few truckers see the opportunity : 4

; and make any effort to supply the lo- .

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IE TUNER ---- INDEfiNITELY[ I
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o Open 2 p. m. and 6:39 p. m. !

Admission 5 cents Ie To Give Carranza Time to Decide on

_ _* 1 Conference With Huerta
Sd. Richards spent yesterday CD OD QD GD Ga Uf1 ll ll

ord on business.J. TODAY'S PROGRAMA Delegates hp llen'5"
II nl
D. Langston left, yesterdayWo BUYS AND SELLS stirring two reel Gold Seal fea- Niagara Falls, Ont., June 30.-
weeks visit to Atlanta, Ga. ture, with Grace Cunard and Francis After a conference today between!

P. Phillips left yesterday for REAL ESTATE Ford, "A Wartime Reformation." Ambassador Da Gama of Brazil, and
A rip-roaring comedy in one part, .. ....
i to spend a few days on busi; "Rounding Up Bowser." Ministers Naon and Suarez, it was "

announced that mediation would for-

Ir. V. H. Wright and Bert Roper, mally recess tomorrow until such
f Winter Garden, were in town yes- ; ; 600 acres south of Winter ; REAVES-THOMPSON time as the constitutionalist delegatesand Show Us Your Watch

y.Mr ; ; Garden and west of I In the presence of a few close Huerta representatives could con-
Chas. P. Dow is few fer informally on Mexico's internal FobsPLEASE !
spending a
I Gotha, including 10 acre < friends Mr. John R. Reaves and Miss .
down at Clearwater and Tampan problems.The
ays Mabel L Thompson were united in
; orange The entire mediators came to this decision
grove. ;
business.Mr. marriage last evening at eight o'clock, Summer is the time for youto

W. M. Slemons and Mr. Ralph I tract covered with I II Dr. E. T. Poulson, pastor of the after reading General Carranza'snote have a fob, we have one in
asking for time to consult his
;Yearby drove up to Sanford yesterday I yellow pine timber. Two Baptist church, officiating. The cer- our assortment that will
generals as to the informal parleys.
,, on a business trip. ; miles of lake shore. emony was performed at the apart- Minister Suarez referred to the please you.
Friends of Mrs. L. H. Lawrencewere ments of the bride's mother, over o
i Carranza note as "satisfactory and Dare
glad to see her out yesterday, i Kincaid & Snowden's. sensible" in its explanation of the Our Watch Chains

after a few weeks illness. ItMtltlMMMMIIMIMJUNIOR Both the bride and groom are well need for time. All the mediators and

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E.' Macy leave known among Orlando's young peopleand their secretaries began immediately : the best made, we can '

" today for Lakewood, N. Y., to spend MATRONS CARD CLUB I I the best wishes of a host of to make plans for departure tomor- f furnish any kind you want-

the remainder of the heated term. friends go with them in their wedded row or Thursday and it is expectedthat D those with 20 year guaranteeare

Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Lagerroth ex- Mrs. Louis Dolive and Miss May life by the end of the week the en- very modest in price.

pect to leave Fridayfor Asbury Park, Kilmer were hostesses for a pretty tire mediation colony will have left I
N. J., to remain until cool weather. party yesterday afternoon, their PICNIC AND DANCE here. No time has been set for reconvening '

Mr. and Mrs. C .R. Carter are en- guests being the members of the of the mediation but it is I 11 Allen & Co.
joying a visit from their daughter, Junior Matrons Card club and of the Miss Susie Magruder and Miss not believed they will gather again ,

Mrs. Frederick Walton, of New York Tuesday Bridge club. Grace Holt were hostesses at a jolly for another two or three weeks. '

After a series of interesting gamesa party held at Russell's Point on Mon- Carranza's note sets forth in polite : Jewelers
city.Mr. day evening. The early part of the phrases the thanks of the constitutionalist
have tempting salad course, with iced a
and Mrs. Jim Windham
tea, was served.In evening was spent taking a plunge in chief for the invitation of I Li Prompt Repairing.
in and
arrived Orlando are receiving
the lake, after which a sumptuous the mediators to send delegates to .i .
congratulations from their many attendance were Mesdames Ed- Everything Guaranteed.
supper was spread in picnic style. confer with Huerta representatives
friends. ward Hauselt, Chester Goodrich, F.
The latter part of the evening was selection
D. Carr, J. N. Bradshaw, C. B. Robinson over of a provisional presi-
Mr. A. E. Holmes arrived -
yesterday I spent in dancing, with a watermelon dent of Mexico.
DeWitt Miller, S. G. Dolive,
from Tampa to spend a few days cutting following.
with her mother Mrs. A. Rinaldi Allan Weathersbee, Thomas Brod- Carranza gives no inkling as to
; : on I Those enjoying the entertainmentwere
whether or not the invitation will be
I water, Gordon Wright Jas. Magruder -
South Lake street. I : Misses Mary Holt, Grace Holt,
Clarence Brown, and Misses Ada accepted ultimately, but explains that
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Kennison. Susie Magruder, May Sloan, Claire
Bumby and Margaret Hart. any change in the plan of Guadalupewhich
have returned from two weeks Robinson, Margaret Whitlock, Jennie
a trip
is the of the
constitu-
through the states of Minnesota, The Junior Matrons will hold their Boss, Mary Branham, Elizabeth tionalist movement platform, requires the approval 16 -1:10. . !ll]
: Montana, and the Dakotas. next meeting at the home of Mrs. Branham, Mabel O'Neal, Eva McQua- Ie
of the signatories to it. The
, Brown on North Orange avenue. ters, Mamie McQuaters, Mamie
, Mr., Lewis Hewitt, who is an em- plan provides for a military conquestof -- -- -- -- -- -
, ploye in the men's department of the Thornton; Messrs. Nevin Sloan,Frank Mexico City and the establishmentof MiimiOimtilMttlMMMMMttMIHMIttlllMIMIPURE

Dickson-Ives company, left yestern! Practically all the larger stores in Smith, Herbert Franklin, Donald a revolutionary government there.
Orlando have agreed to close the : Lee, Will Branch, Jim DeLaney,
day for weeks vacation to News on \I
two
a II Neither did the note give any intimation -
York city. fourth, notwithstanding it comes on ,I I Chess Magruder, Joe Guernsey, Ken- as to how long it would take .. 3'.YdUr )mfJine.J2 fr< Saturday and is usually one of the nith Guernsey, Marion Ives, Boss. :
Mrs. Ed. Turner, who was called to Carranza to consult his generals and
busiest of the week.
days Several
our city on the sad mission of at- i i chiefs. He already has had one :
hundred Orlandoites will spend the Mr. J. H. Lovering, who rooms at
tending the funeral of her mother, I I week's time in which to do it but it HONEY
fourth at Daytona Beach, and with 39 East Pine street, discovered
: yes-
Mrs. 0. A. Cohoon, leaves today for was freely predicted that he mightt
all the business houses closed Saturday terday that he had been robbed of :
I her home at Milford, Ohio. want a month or more.
promises to be a very dull day. nearly $500. The robbery is supposedto JELLY TUMBLERS
Mr. Herbert Wichtendahl, who is I i I
i Last night a number of the have occurred Sunday night.
young For the read The Sentinel
news
connected with the S. A. L., down at
people of the Methodist Sunday I The Sentinel force feasted on one
, Tampa, came up yesterday, and with -I FRUIT JAR RUBBERSWe
school, with Mrs. C. E. Howard, their of the finest watermelons we have
his sister, Miss Wichtendahl, expects I i
class teacher, gathered in the parlorsof seen this season yesterday afternoon. BIG I
to leave today for Denver, Colorado, j
t on a vacation trip. the church, where they passed several -I: It was a gift from Mr. H. McDan-- are selling oranges this week at ..
c hours very happily together. I iel, who has a fine truck farm just
Mr. and Mrs. J .E. Rose, of Lock- Each brought a basket filled with delicious west of the city, and was all that a .. 10 cents dozen

hart, were prominent visitors in the eatables for the "spread" watermelon should be-sweet, cool, per .

city yesterday. Mr. Rose came in to which concluded the pleasures of the I well ripened and firm.

attend the meeting of the county executive evening.The The Bible is the greatest book in Fish !
' committee, he being the mem- I I Fry
i Orlando Bank and Trust com- the world. Its a fact that no man's I
br from the fifth precinct. pany will be in temporary quartersfor I education is complete without a THE SANITARY GROCERY i

I'; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCloud, who a time this summer and splendid knowledge of the Bible, yet it is

': have had rooms at the residence oft improvements will be made in the amazing to know the number of peo- CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

- Mrs. M. A. DeLaney, on South Main bank building. Marble, plate glass ple who know little or nothing of it. --AT- j jRuss'sP t
street, left yesterday for their home The school is the school in Street '
\ and mahogany fixtures and a new and Sunday 200 6 & 8 E. Pine
j, at Atlanta, Ga. Mr. McCloud has thoroughly up to date vault will be which the Bible is taught. Why '

been employed by the city engineering installed. The work is expected to be I don't you avail yourself of it

'force during the past season. i finished by the first of September, The "Loyal Daughters" of the r inrALL t CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

Mrs. Braxton Beacham and daughter when the company will return to its Methodist Sunday school will hold
DESIGNS
, Miss Norma, returned last night home.TimesUnion.Mr. their monthly business meeting in the f FUNERAL

from New York city, where they have J. S. Loveless, of Clarcona, Mr. ladies' parlor this afternoon at 3:30 DAY .... IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII..I.II.II.III.I.tttll..
been for the past month. They were J. H. Bear, of Winter Park, Mr. J. E. o'clock. All the ladies are requestedto H

: ,accompanied home by Miss Marguerite Rose, of Lockhart, Mr. E. M. Strong, be present as Rev. Abernethy, of -___ __
a Ehrman, of New York, who will them 4th We insure your life and loan you HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR
of Zellwood, Mr. D. B. Sphaler, of Birmingham, Ala., will speak to Saturday, July at 6 cent THE SUMMERThe
real estate per
j be their attractive house guest. Taft, Mr. J. F. Harris, of Pine Castle, I Ion the subject of doing special organized interest money on Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Home Laundry will dose for

f J. W. Rex and family, whose home Mr. A. Wichtendahl, of Gotha, Mr. I work. This class consists of Dancing, Boating, Swimming, anda Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. the summer June 27th. Will open
I is at 312 Main street, are thoroughly W., E. Simmons, of Maitland, Mr. G. ladies of the church, and under the 3-25-d&wtf October 1st. At that time we will
1 enjoying their summer outing, thoughMr. W. Bray, of Winter Garden, and Capt.B. efficient leadership of their teacher, good time generally give good service when help is scarce.

Rex writes that he can't help but M. Sims, of Ocoee, were visitorsto { Mrs. Pedrick, ,the membership has puy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a business Thanking, we our hope patrons to see fcr them the again past

long for Orlando and the cool sum- our city yesterday, having come in I grown in one year from four to thirtyfive Splendid OrchestraWILL big ney shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tl October 1stHOME
mer breezes that always blow in to attend the Democratic executive I enrolled members. We invite LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel.

Florida. They are now at Mannington committee, which met at the court I all ladies of the church to attend this FURNISH MUSIC Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur- 6-23-lw

W. Va., and outside of the heat house yesterday at 10 in the morning.Eat meeting and also to join the class. day, fourth of July. Take the 'bus Ice cold melons at Self's Marketon

report a fine time. 'They will returnin and the in front of postoffice. 28-tf
Go Spend Day Enjoyably : East Pine street. 6-26-lw

the fall what you want Eat what you want. -------...
Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur- Eat all you want. Eat all you want. -
Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it. IIII'11111111111111111111111.111111111111111' I a I au'''Mttt"
fourth of Take the 'bus
day, July. : : :
For sale by all druggists. For sale by all durggists. .1111 i M.lIlIlI 111.1 IIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIII1I1 II II III U 1111
in front of postoffice. 28-tf : 1-7-dftv.lyr l-7-d&w-lyr



.... ....1..1..111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111rll. . 111111111111111111111'LUCERNE. lll++ This is the final week of the



campaign of the go to Sunday


TODAY School in July---accept this invi-



tation Mr. Man and attend each



Mlle. Genevieve Grosse, the girl with the wonderful and every Sunday if possible. A

voice, will sing again tonight. Changes daily. 'The best

\ \ voice Orlando has heard in years. union service of all the Sunday


j ; "Girl in the Shack," a one reel Reliance. Schools will be held in the Pres-


i ; "The Legend of Snow White," a beautiful one reel Church Sunday night

i ; ; Thanhouser byterian ,


j J i "When Rheuben Fooled the Bandits," a Keystone July 5th, 7:30 p. m. Every per-


I | comedy. son, especially the men of Orlando -


That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away

again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. is welcomed to this service.



first floor, 10 Cenls. Balcony 5 Cents CkiMren 5 Cents \

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DAILY .

SPORT LETTER. ALWAYS BOOMING ORLANDOIn
PEOPLE'S WANTS] Lumber, Laths and Shingle

New York, June 30.-It seems about a letter from Mr. Shirley M.

r 1 time that somebody shoved this Achilles Johnson, well known here, but now MUNN1MAKERS

fellow off his pedistal and that of Shirley Hill, N. H., he says: "I
Notice* of Lost Wanted. For. Sale, Fer
everybody ceased making him the have boomed Orlando ever since I was r
Bent etc for this column. 25e for one day. ; h
standard by which all American down there and] am coming'back I9e for three days, or 11.00 for one week, for
25 words or leu. Money mast tceempanythe
athletes are to be judged. again when I see an opening." We advertisements fer this. column, u no
After looking over his record we insertions will be made on credit '
hope Mr. Johnson will see the open- -

have concluded that he wasn't such ing, but if ever a man had an induce-

. a much after all There's nothing ment to stay away he has it. He is FOR SALE ORLANDO

in the Grecian baseball jfcuidefc to proprietor of the Shirley Hill House, Narsery stock, one, two, three and
show that he batted four year old buds; Foster Early,
ever over .400. the largest summer hotel in southern
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
i or that he ever pushed out a home 'New Hampshire, pOsto ice Manchester ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle* .

4 run with the bases loaded in a world I and one of the finest summer resorts -; Apopka, FIa. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement
Plaster
Agatite and
Perfection Lime
series_combat. He never made a 90- in that state. Located on ,

yard touchdown run around Yale or i Shirley Hill, a ridge of land eight FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare a a A _ _ _ _
Harvard's end with the score even and hundred feet above the sea, the view bargain; recently completely over- WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES WWWWy >MMMMMMMMMMMMMMI
hauled and made. good as new in ev-
just two minutes left to play. Nor from the hotel is unsurpassed, extending -
ery part; guarantied first class con- AND DO ALL KINDS OF
did he ever uncork a 25-foot putt in to the White mountains to dition; must 'be sold at once, even at
' an ppen golfing championship: on the north, the sea coast to the east sacrifice. Come, or address, White OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. .

club out a pole goal from mid-field, >and the hills and mountains of Mas- Rock 4tf Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. I I

i bringing victory to the home team sachusetts to the south. To the west I

a in the last half minute of the eighth 'only a mile away are the highest FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat. ORLANDO

chukker.Of mountains in 'the southern central i Eighteen feet long and has four I

course, Achilles has some justi- part of the state. As a summer resort horse power engine. Will sell rea-
fiable claim to fame. He was one of the Shirley Hill House is un sonable. Call at J. L Empie boat

I the very few Greeks in all history who surpassed. shop on Gould street. 6-18-2w Water &
Co.
L H. RAMSDEU Light j
never operated either a fruit store, a surpassed. Mr. Johnson was pro.* FOR SALE-A good little mare, OPTOMETRIST I,

candy shop or a bootblacking parlor, prietor of the Altamonte, at Alta- 1.000 pounds sound, gentle, a good
nor did he ever act as engineer for a monte Springs, about three years worker, nine years old, in good order; (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likfatt)
peanut roasting machine. He never also good wagon. Will take $110 for
accused of selling "imported ago. horse and wagon, worth $200; haveno ORLANDO, FLORIDAitmilllllMMIIIIIMf
was use for her. J. E. Tracy, Taft, ElectricityGas
hand-made shawls" to the unsuspecting Fla. 6-23-lwk
The contracts for and furn-
housewife at twenty-seven times heating i
ishing the Orlando public school building FOR SALE A few '
the actual cost of their manufacturein young registered I
New York sweat i has been let, the, former to the Poland China boars. If interested .
some shop.
I I answer at once. Address J. H., care WaterIce
Echberg Heating Company of Atlanta i
Taking it from a number of ency- :Sentinel 6-23-tf
clopedias and also from Mister Hom- and the latter to the H. & W. B. Drew i For SaleOR i

er's Illiad, this Achilles bloke was con- Company of Jacksonville. The build- FOR SALE-Or to rent, brown bungalow -
ing will be one of the most commodious corner West and South
siderable of a scrapper back in the Offices--No. 18 West Central Ave.
school in the street. Inside all newly furnished.
old days. He had a terrific punch, a buildings state Inquire of F. W. McAuley, or Daet- I
invulnerable defense when finished. 27-3t
practically/ wyler. EXCHANGEFive
was fearless and merciless in battle,
WANTED-To exchange Vose piano,
and held the heavyweight champion- The grandest literature, containingthe in good condition, for Victrola and Room House, built I Telephone No. 6
ship for a much longer time than did most sublime truth of all time, records. Piano may be seen at Formosa -
even John 1,. Sullivan. is studied and discussed in the Sun- Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, of cement blocks 24x36,

But we can't see by these few stunts day Schools. Fla. Cartright shingles, two I

that he did-and didn't do-should WANTED-To borrow $800 or $1,000 lots 10oxls0someyoung I
' give him first rank in the field of on improved city real estate. Threeto F
athletics. We can't see why it was DR. A. B. WHITMAN four years time. Address "M," peach, orange and grape- I

that every time "Chuch" Brickley, of care Sentinel. 6-30-lt fruit trees. Driven well 11111"IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII'llllllllllllttlllll' _

dear old Harvard, tore the oppositionline DENTIST LOST-Saturday, near court house, feet. 1
small bunch of Return to 200 I
keys.
remarking to shreds that most"Brickley persons rammed insteadof East End Charleston Block, up-staiw county a clerk's office. 6-29-3t Address To the West and NorthwestVIA

; and jammed as no other man did be-
FOR RENT -VIA-
fore" really said, "Brickley fought Box 424
almost with the fury of an Achilles." DR. F. C. BOARDMAN
LIMITED DIXIE FLYER AND
FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear
Devoreau'M.lburn ,
Whpn \ 4inglle- W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney Kissimmee, Florida
handed outplayed three of the four DENTISTBoardman street south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- I SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

English poloists in the last half of Building enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. 6-8-im i

the last international combat did he
,
Dixie Dixie
get credit for being the original hel- Office Hours FOR RENT-Two at No. 9 .W.office Church spaces street in MMMMMMMMMMMHLICE 1 Limited. Flyer. SOUTH ATLANTIC LOOTEDv
store
: I our C. L..1:318ID 8:14pm I Orlando. ...................... a:11 Pili
ler in. the! polo business. Nay, 8:30 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 Come in and we will show you. Pierce 1I v r Jacksonville Orlando A. A. C. L.... 6.46am 7.30pm r Jacksonville ..................... TaO pm
nay. Somebody trotted out Achilles Electric Co. 3-29-tf I y Jacksot,11le. A. C. L... t:35am 8Z5pra! : v Jacksonville. A. C. L. ........... 8:1 pa
Telephone 540. v Wayeross, A. C. L......11:50 am 1Q:2 pm v Waycroas, A. C. L. .............lG:fG pm
and made Milburn second to him. 1 I I r Macon G. S. ft F....... 5:13pm 4:11am r 1Iacc>n. G. S. A F. .............. I:46&III
TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- ? 1I . r Atlanta. C. of Ga. ..............
F Every so often Honus Wagner the Atlanta, C. of Ga... 8.03pm 7:25 am 1\%aD
I l I
ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. 1I r Knomi ille, L. ft N. ............12:19 pm
Pittsburg team, forgets that a human ExcursionJuly 4-26-tf r The lice question is quickly I I r Chattanooga W. ft A..12:18am 11:65am r Corbin. L. ft N. ................ 3:16 pm *
settled if you dust you fowls with r Nashville, N. C. & St. L. 4:60 am 4:30 pm r Louisville, L. ft N. .............. ':00 pm
y being should show some sort of mercy FOR RENT-Six room house, in first Conkers lice Powder I I I ArSt Louie L C.&L.ft N. !:5O 118 7:20 am r Indianapolis pa. L. ............ 1:59am<
whereupon Honus busies himself in class condition. No. 210 N. Orange Ar Lexington L. ft N. ............ .:60 pm
giving his opponents a terrific beat- avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- It's safe,quick and sufcA I Ar HopWnsvflle L. ft N........... 0.%1 pm Ar Cineinanti, L. ft N. ............. 8:50pm
ing. Ht uses his mace with deadly 3rd lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf Saves your poultry profits because it I Ar Evansville L. ft N..... 9:29 am t:Zl pm r Kalamazoo, G. R. ft 1. ..........12:24 pmr
Grand Rapids, G. R. ft L .......
Kills the Ar Terre Haute C. 4 E. L. 1:19 pm 1:01 amA %:45pm
. effect on the offense and his huge Lice Chicago C. ft E. L..... S:50 pm 6:50 am. r Cleveland Big Four ............. t:15 am
paws with just as much effect on the MISCELLANEOUSTomato Doesn't Harm Chickens
defense. But historians don't rise From JacksonvilleVia Poet 25 cents,50 cent:md sun DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
up
For he mites th
hide n the axis by
on such occasions and credit Honus Egg plant, Pepper Crates, day your:and poultry prey bouse 011 dlidtR.uh at nsght spraJ.. Ad F..I oom Solid sleeping train carl composed observation of section compartment drawing Solid train composed of electric lighted
at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. e..kei between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches -
s with being the greatest bloke that an and dining car
519tf. Conkey's Lice Liquid Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
ever cavorted on the green. They Cleans them out thoroughly Quart 35 ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisville and Indianapolis; _ _
,
declare that "Wagner raged around Sentinel want ads. are money get- emu the hat deadly gallon bead W cents louse use gallon A.uaFor DIXIE FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and

the field fighting almost Jike the Atlantic Coast LineTo ters. Try them.Don't CONKETS HEAD UCE Solid train carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
OINTMENT artment, observation sleepers, and ductile Jacksonville and Grand Rapids OB Mondaysand
Achilles of old. Ighted section drawing-room sleepers. Fust-
Effective:and doesn't harm chicks v Thursdays of each week. Dining earservice
Every so often Hanus Wagner, the wait for every one in town to and 2S cents Money back i( these lass coaches and smoking ear. Dining ear
have Entrican, the painter, before prqjcratwca do not satoty erves meals a la carte. between Atlanta and Cincinnati
k. Pittsburg team, forgets that a human you try. Am too busy to look you .Ti.&E O k ' should show sort of 4 ,w irk nulb. n1ULL'; IUJiJlK: ; A'fim; AXD.H tUtAl1"HWJlI'fRJatre:1iR
being some mer- up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
Augusta Ga P. F. LAUBACH I W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket AjeirU I
cy, whereupon Honus busies himselfin . . . . . .$ 4.00 job. 1-20-tf Orlando
Atlantic Coast Line
giving his nine opponets a terrific Atlanta, Ga . . . . . 6.00
If you want your bicycle fixed in
beating. He uses his mace with dead- Birmingham, Ala . . . 8.00 a hurry take it to Warman's Repair :MMMffittmu: :: \" ,,,
\ \ " "
' ly effect on the offense and his paws Chattanooga, Tenn . . 8.00 Shop. 12-5-tf. \\ \\wmuuwwwmwm\\\ "888t" "

with just as much effect on the de :Macon, Ga . . . . . . 4.00 T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

'9 fense.such occasions But historians and don't credit rise Honus up in Richmond, Va '. . . . 10.00 2, Orlando 3-5-tf IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP THE U HOUSE U f ff f

with being the greatest bloke that Norfolk, Va . . . . . 10.00 Rubber Stamps made to order at

i ever cavorted on the green. They Wilmington, N. C. . . . 8.00 Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
declare that "Wagner raged around Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
the field, fighting almost like the Tickets sold July 3rd, from is the kind you want. Where to getit

Achilles fellows Every do of darned old.something time amazing some of and our July Jacksonville 14th. only. Final limit Entrican.!Cow That's Peas easy at F., phone F. Dutton's 636. 1-20-tf,W.San-T. f FURN.1hIN6'I 1)QUESTION) [ I IN R REAL[ l ,


ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
i remarkable, they arn't given credit Good on all regular trains. For 519tf.

j for having set the standard in their information call write to EESz
on, or Find what you want in Sentinel
particular line" simply because a lot
"
of people,,insist upon digging up A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., A. C. L "wants.

this Achilles party who has beer]) R. R. Jacksonville, Fla Read the Morning Sentinel Price I'' Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

dead for quite a while, and trottinghim J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone 10 cents a week. delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

out as the superior t>f them 132, Tampa, Fla. Sentinel "wants" fill your want pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

allAchilles came to his death by being in every sense of the word.

shot in the heel. Think of it. The
;till It..11111 11111 111I1 lit 11111 till III' 11111 111I1 III II III1III1II
very same person that so many people
..Y think was huskier than Wagner, Ready for To-morrow ? j ; CHARGE ACCOUNTS Divided Payment Plan enables you

Milburn, Brickly and all our other Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than
Americans turned up his toes and other farm animals. In order to insure thorough I am MEDICINE! Dee I I to purchase goods on extended payments, withflUthe expense of joining -
provided a job for the embalmer digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK With
horses readier for next day's work, add to theirevening my find horses it a savini.reiuUrly proposition aad I ; clubs, or any oilier formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
3 just as soon as an arrow, or a spear, feed a teaspoonful of- oa feed. It also makes
? or whatever it was, connected with them healthy thnving and
dean. \ | feature to you.
his heel A fine hero-a fine sampleof STOCK Ira Johnston,
Bee Dee '
invulnerability to shove before us. MEDICINE R.F.D.No.1. "IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
'NeilI.Nebn

D Win lessen feed
your bins. ,
Milburn has busted all the
nearly 25c,50c and SI.per can.
bones in his frair/e-yet he's still in n will Increase JOur profits. At roar flcakrt.
P.B. 1
our midst. Brickley has been fract-

ured in many, many places,-yet no KincaidFurniture Silowden

undertaker ever grabbed him. Wag-
Cow Peas! Cow Peas!
ner has not only been spiked in one

heel, but in both heels, in the calves,
a Clayi ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ....$3.00 per buhel
} the knees, the hands, the arms and Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... . ..................... 33.25 per bushel of Character
f the ribs. But his name figures every Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... SJ5 per btshel
: day among those present. Whippoorwills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.01 per bushel
.x Rous mit Achilles. Mixed Pets ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 2.85 per bushel Prices
We pay freight on all orders fer one bushel .r more at above prices. If wantedIn at Popular .........
t' lure quantities, we will promptly natl.samples tad 'Botab iu.
If you want to benefit yourselfand M I

,{ neighbor family to good and, encourage join the crowd your KILGORE SEED CO., !; ; Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridalliMHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIItMMJHjllllM

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': _' \ y '. EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 SOc meal in town
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, :- : 1: fs.,4 ?. 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1 00. .
m .;: : .tt i'i wer plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; *

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external Special rates for room and board by the
f s *r.L :' irnal and ; springs-rear, threequarteremielliptic

. t ; tin:: underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 Week
\Ii'Jl," link, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil-
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r .."in :b tlf ',t .eadlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
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:.. : "" ".3. _, DR. J. -C .HOWELL -IN A- .: MARKETOf H
July 2ndTO I
"a Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

ranw. me in Tampico these days is extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room : Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH
,furnished when the rebel soldiers are Telephone conhections I

'paid off. Savannah, Ga. $7.00 Office cor. Orange and Central Area. House. : AND SALT MEATS

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This morning I watched the men of -
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; a "crack" company of the Third Reg- Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty at II FISH AND GAME
' iment receiving their stipend of one Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St. Only four and one half :
5 peso. The company consisted of And return fromORLANDO 12Stf.1IIIIIIIIIIII01111llllilit. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
5' thirteen men and two boys. The boys blocks from the post : yA
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh ;
wore shoes. So did some of the men. office ,
East Side. A :
and
Two of the men were attired in a pure.
55" : costume that might'have passed for Via JUST OPENED variety of fruit. We are ';
We invite inspection and
guarantee satisfaction. We have
. a uniform. Each sported a pair of
Atlantic Coast Line going to sell this everything in the Meat Line.
j' 'khaki trousers and a shirt. The undershirts PO Pf'StuNC" prop. :
'
1 of the other men were a1t' Tickets on sale July 2nd, final erty and have put the :
in colors. Vivid carmine

1t't r: vied symphony The with company imperial was drawn Roman up purple.on the be limit good July on 14th.regular Tickets trains will going COUNTER price at only $2350. : The PARLOR MARKET !

c! veranda of the Custom House. The and returning. For information I SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS t Reasonable terms. :.

soldiers carried their rifles,I some on or Pullman reser- I H. M. Self & Co.

their right shoulders, some on their vation, call on nearest Atlantic -
i left. One of the boys, who could not Coast Line.agent or TRY OUR Cooper Atha 1 PINE STREET

,< :have passed the age of ten, hart SODA FOUNTAINOPEN
:, samor4 goo v.w *k. u- -,ei Of his rifle. W. R. O'Neal W.D.WHITED.T.A., C. T. A., 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80I.IIIIIIIIIII.1111111111111111111111111111111111IL
ind he held it DAY AND NIGHT
'le rolled a cig- ORLANDOY. Phone No. 311
R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger POPE & BUTT PROPS. !

Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division
a S,( ister. was thee 37 W. CHURCH ST.
squatted on Passenger Agent
his men and TAMPA I IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHillMIIIIIII IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUMI .

"thumbed a tiny pile of new one peso
Constitutionalist notes. Recalled the

role from a pencilled list and shades
of West. Point-he! maintained his U f a re 3 00_ W. M. SLEMONSNew

r sprawling position while he did. ; DAILY BETWEEN
While their names were being read BUffALO
,: the demon worriers stood in a liner LEVELAND

that was about as straight as a pump- \ .
kin vine. Some scratched furtively Goods
Arriving
'at their tattered trouser legs. Others DailyWe
stolidly smoked their cigarettes and -

flat-footedly clumped forward when
their names were called. They ex THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" t1
"' amined the money carefully on both Lngth 500 feet;bettkli 98 fern 6 kchn;S10 Mittnomi ud ptrlort ccoBBoditing 1SOO (MMCIKfen.
CTMICT ia-'-lirger ia ill J'ropertio.-riclicr i..11.ppoietmretr thin my .t.m>er oamUiU
sides, rubbed their hands over its .....of UM world. Ia terra*Jan*Uti.U I
surface, rolled it up in a tiny ball and aific tSU....' high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
tightly clenched their fists over it. Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar tat to Dee.tat

Impatiently (they maintained the w* LOT Arrive.Buffalo U.vc.nd. '7JOA.U.:00 P.M. Arrive LeT Ck Bddo.eI d.. . 00r.lt 7JOA.M.Eutwm .. f made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
line formation until all had been paid. ( SusoVud TIBW)
Then the ....--.OreUnJ for P t4.Bay.To1edo.Deuoitud all poiara WadSoalhRaIlroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel:
two the
boys leading, en- tiske.reading..... .&.ad CIneIud aN pod for tr.aaponatioaoa our iteunm.Ak .
tire company scurried over to the Ins ticket agent lot bci u via C.&:B.Lisa TnM.for famhonm Oluitnted booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
market place. The soldier kids invested THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO, TRANSIT CO. CleTeUnd 0.
;. their money in large sticky & Co. Best place in the city to trade.

gobs of fly-laden sweets while the men
bought mescal and cigarettes. I

Within half an hour most of the i 1Yil
I redoubtable worriors were stretched
W. M. SLEMONSURANGE
along the railroad track, in the shadeof
a line of freight cars in the sweet

and blissful slumber-slumber that. AVENUE
would be voluntarily disturbed only
when another rolled
morning
pay -
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These pay mornings, by the way,
i
are by no means daily affairs. Very I e ..111111111.11.1
often the soldiers must rest content tMNOifiH 4 "

i to .receive nothing for a fortnight. I
Their stipend depends upon a varie- -=; 8mmmmmmumm O.W.LCo. illMMMHMMIIIMimM f
fr > iMM9eMMiMiimiiiii"Starve
ty of things-chief of which is the ; ;

amount of constitutional money en-

graved and shipped from theinterior. w Low Round Trip Rates 111111111111111.
Also very often the officers and
1.
men must wait until sufficient "vol- FROM JACKSONVILLE

untary" contributions and "loans" SL Luis . $377S OKU . $O.sa Canutti . $3300 thG'ly"
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have been made to the cause by the Dam SIM St P.il 5t 75 .YiDt
.
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Ctler"SJriap SSM Dilatk iUI Uoraie 21.40
citizens of Tampico and foreign business I I' S.'Lak.CQ 71(0 ruuiptj . 7875 Etumlb .. -. 32.%5 That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
. . 3&.30r.rtIad
7311 Temt.
men.Strange. j Tefnntou. . 10(00 Mutml . 41.90 SS45 fruc"II&MPO&Lick . 35.20 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
. . . .
to say the "voluntary"contributions Seattle LwAitde* > 1MM 5731 Petgdier MackouSuFrucoc . 51.58 5300 T.ledo Detroit. . 43.50 41.10 That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
invaribly come from townsfolk I *. 8J.50 Bi&l . .4740 Ck.tU.qM .. 4740 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
Can 30.90
Glacier Park > -82.75 KatuiFali4740 Minaoti
who are known in the past to time and properly cooked.
Low rate to other points in Colorado California.Canada.Mmnoaota
have been friendly with the Federals.E. ,Michigan,the Great Lake and Rocky MOWlt&DI. Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it, be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
low rate from other point in the State. the and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
"Starve
t Tickets on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct. 31. grime. Therefore Fly"
D. Huntley of AstOi was in Eus- VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER. SALT stove because you have already swatted it enou gh when the fire would not burn and things
tis Friday and reported that a bear i I pi LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
had killed three hogs for J. W. Saun- I' Going throiuh St Lone,returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
or m n..Libenl top-over onallbckeb.
ders of the former place. Bruin was
I "1TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
shot at and wounded by Mr. Saundersbut I through train daily;choice of three different
made good his escape. / I I routes.

_-;:--- >. Three daily train to the southwest through N wOrleans.
Unexcelled dining car sernce. fad time II Orlando Water & LightCompa
Selby Wise a negro, was convictedin t Rock UlUit. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated ny
the circuit ( booklets of summer tour It resorts,rates sleep.
court at West Palm _ _ ins car reserraUon and other mfonnaboa.address*
Beach last week for the murder of Gas Department
: t -
hi H. C. BRETKEY,
Claude Brown, a young white man, '
I FiPr.a.ire.t.
1
after a quarrel in a resort some __ IMWeMliyStnet.J1CISOICYI11EFIJL. .
month ago. He will have to pay the _

,-..penalty with his life. 9j

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WEST[ VIRGINIA JOINS liST Of ',/. ..

DRY STATES TODAY F.



Nine States Now Totally Dry and
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Temperance Area Covers

Half of U. S.

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Charleston, W. Va., June 30.-Statewide
prohibition of the liquor busi-
ness in West Virginia becomes effect-
ive at midnight tonight. It brings IL- i

THE SAFE WAY IS THIS WAYs I the total number of states in the .. rnS
prohibition column up to nine.
Come to the State Bank of Orlando and With West Virginia added, the list
:: 1\\
open your savings account with $1, or any will be: Georgia, Kansas, Maine, A { ; ] : ;
Mississippi, North Carolina, North Mekidndy
3 larger amount you have. Make regular de. I llh11i
Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, West .
posits every pay day. Put in an extra dollar or Virginia. These nine states of total
;
two whenever you can spare it. Keep faith I prohibition territory, plus the local '. 1' '
(
license area, make up 2,132,726
; ( I1-
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yourself-apoid the temptation to let money -3
. square miles in which 46,029,750 persons -
.1.y slip through four fingers. r or nearly 50 per cent. of the .
i country's population live, accordingto ; that each setting sun, brings us] nearer the end. j J
safe for to mon
That is the way you save the latest figures of the prohibi- -

;, ey. .It is the only, sure way. We will pay you tion leaders. I :. When your days arc ended, what about your F I I U

s I The 92,000 majority with which the loved ones? .. .. 1
4 per cent interest to help and encourage you. I t; :J
people of West Virginia accepted the
"dry" proposition was relatively the Today is yours! Let it not close without

2 The State Bank of Orlando largest ever given by any state. It .. making a start toward placing your home on a J f

was approximately two to one for .' business basis, and providing your loved ones .
state wide suppression of the liquor with '. '
a systematic plan for their maintenance
.I:. :
business. It was a surprise even to
now and hereafter. ,
the prohibition forces, who were indebted : i

largely to the determined Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you."
stand which many of the large employers .1
took in favor of their cause. ,.
The state has a population of 1,221- \.. ,....;. ..,} 1

119 by the census of 1910. I

; The mandate of the legislature, embodied -
-- in the Yost bill, for the en- ;

Orlando is passing through the put upon a permanent footing.Tam forcement of the new law, beginning _: . . -'. .. . -. 2
same stages of growth as all other pa Times. July 1, departs in many respects from .. .
'
. the methods hitherto tried along this .i ,: .. : <._ "" ., .' '. . .. 4, .. ........... : .
them
of
: cities, though reaching some I .. : : :-'" : .
.t; The Bible is the Greatest Book in line. The chief features center about ..-. : ; :
sooner than some less rapidly grow- ) . !".. .
; : A ;
' One of the the world. It's a fact that no man's the creation of a commissioner of 0' JWu G 'r \ t. : .D.
towns do. things : '
)
, ing : . ...., r ,
.
education without .
i that she is now experiencing is the "is complete ; a prohibition, whose particular busi- I -. : : : : ,
t necessity of systematizing the charity knowledge of the Bible, yet it is ness it will be to see that by next : ___ :. :
amazing to know the number of peo- Tuesday midnight some 1,200 liquor ..
work. It is being now perceived thatit .
who know little of it. ( '. '. .... .. .:; ".:. ...1 : : "'. .
will not do to leave the work of relieving pIe or nothing selling places shall be punished by : .. ; :. ': ,;i--ni.: ::.' :
the ifccessities of the unfor- The Sunday school is the school in law if they keep liquor for sale. q .. .

tunate and indigent to the haphazardlack whch thqf Bible: -IJbught. Why The new office of commissioner of

of 'method of each individual don't you avail yourself of it? prohibition automatically falls to UNCLAIMED LETTERSList Wallace; Moragne, Joel; Osbia. C.; i Mary A.; Taylor, Mrs. J. S.; Toraers.
giving what he feels like and when State Tax Commissoiner Fred 0. Blue Peebles, J. R.; Rockwell, James A.; : Miss Pat; Williams, Miss Belle;
p him. Those public The friends of Hon. Fred. T.Myers, of this city, who has been spending of letters remaining uncalled Ried, Robert; Slater, Brooks; Samour, Waire, Mrs. Emma; Williams, Mrs.
the
spirit moves
citizens who realized the who'are numbered by the thousandsin several months in preparation for I I for in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla., Elet; Thompson, C. M.; Williams, Sallie; Yates, Mrs. Violet.
spirited Rev. A. J.; Walker, Charles Wil-
for the week ending June 27th, 1914. ;
in every section of Florida, will be strict enforcement of the new law. liams J. Watson
t need of system and definite plan I I When calling for same please say Angus; Mr. and FOURTH OF JULY
to learn that the affliction
their benevolent work met a few days pleased "advertised." Mrs. J. W.; Mackons.
ago at the residence of H. L. Bee- with which he recently suffered v\ The South Florida Press Associa- I I Men's List-Brown, David; Boman, Women's List-Daugherty. Miss
man to discuss the matter, and de- Athens, Ga., was only temporary and tion was permanently organized at I t ID. E.; Boyd, Bob; Boyd, Hashal; Bryant Kate; Gilyard, Mrs. Amanda; Grant, Fish fry at Russell's Point. Good
to the citizens that he is now at his home in Tallahassee Lakeland on June 25th by the election I Nathaniel; Clark, E. P.; Dickens, Mrs. Milton; Howard. Miss Mandy; music, dancing, bathing, and other
: cided to make an appeal | Hanon; Dundee Peckup; Gant, Jessie Horton, Mrs. Ethel; Jamison, Mrs. sports. Take Jones' 'bus in front of
for enough funds to take care of fully restored. of Hon. J. H. Humphries, editorof ; Gibbs, Joe (2)); Graham, Mat- Kate; McDowell, :Miss Suzzie; Nolen, 28-tf
the needy for at least a year and The Bradentown Journal, as president thew G.; Gayde, W. C.; Howell, C. P.; Mrs. E. T. (2)); Neal, Miss Hattie postoffice.
charity Who is your painter and decorator? The first semi-annual meet-I Hill 1 C. H.; Hunter, Clifford; Hoover, Gaitskill; Powill, Mrs. Emma; Perry,
then to organize a permanent If you are satisfied keep the one you ing will be held at Arcadia on July I Frank; Holiday, Frank; Johnson,Her- Miss Lizzie; Pulis, Mary J. Rose,Mrs. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton'g, Sanford -
bureau under the guidance of which have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, bert; Johnson, J. W.; Lewis, John; Alice; Ray, Mrs. Daisy; Smith, Mrs. Fla. Write or phone for price
i the work should be systematized and Na 636. 1-20-tf 10th. ][McPherson, Adam; Murphy, Hugh Amanda; Smith, Dora; Scaffie, Miss 5-19tf.

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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.

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CREPES, a beautiful line to choose from, all
CHINE 40 inches wide black,
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for the new shades, 75c. quality, special for39c' We especially offer lot of beautiful Silks
: white and colors, $2.00 quality, special three days . . . . . . . . . . one -
three days . . . . . . . . . . . . . $110 - - 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 . . . . . . . . 44e .
finish, in black and all the wanted shades,
CREPE :METEOR, 40 inches wide, all the
$1.50 and $1.75 quality, special for three
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new days shades,.$2.50.qualit&special. .for.three *pl.OO i no days . . . : . . . . . . . . . . . .
One lot of Handsome Silks, in plain and fancy
MESSALINES, 36 inches wide, black and weaves, worth up to 75c, special for
colors, $1.00 and $1.25 quality, special three days 25c
.r CREPE MATLASEY, a beautiful line of colors for three days . . . . . . . . . . . 69 C
and patterns, 36.inches wide$1,50quality ,
special for three days .C
WASH SILKS, a beautiful line of patterns,

I 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 s : three days . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 C

t three days .C 75c. quality, special for three days. . .;. . . 59c

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