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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: July 2, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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ifS'1,&>*. THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS
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-. The news of the day in crisn and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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:, SELF DfffN f rl8f\ f DIICURRIE WOULD liMIT CAPITAL ijf UNiTED[ STATS[ MAY HAVE[ REBELS f WOULD r PREVENT H HUERTA'S


THE[ INDUSTRIAl TO INTERVENE[ [ [ IN


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; J. H. BRYAN GAVE OUT A ORLANDO Will PLAY WINTER SENATOR CUMMINS BE- BY SENDING SAILORS AND HOBSON H ShIRLEY AND lINER[ ALSO SEEKS TO PREVENTHIS

STATEMENT YESTERDAY PARK K THIS AfTRN1)[ ) LIEVES HE HAS CURE MARINES ASHORE TO I MAY GET HEARING FRIDAY ASSASSINATION FOLLOWING

REGARDING KILLING I'' FOR ALL BIG BUSI- PREVENT BARBAROUS j DOWNFALL

NESS ILLS BOMBARDMENTSPREVIOUS '
A Good Game Is Assured Between Gunmen Who Shot Up Jones' Auto i

RIB All THE BlAME ON OH Strong Teams and Big Holiday I[ Bus Saturday to Appear 'DICTATOR HAS lO MIIUON IN BANKS

;f t; Crowd Expected CAPITAl SO O BIG COM rrmN IMPOSSIBLE[ ONE BOMBARDMENTAIREADY[ PREVENTED[ : Before Judge Martin

f CLAIMS HIS BROTHER NEVER I REBELS WANT TO TRY HIM FOR
Two weeks ago the Winter Park I H. F. Hobson, MV. Shirley andJ.
i KNOWN TO OWN A GUN AND MURDER, EMBEZZLEMENT AND
ball team came down to lose their IOWA SENATOR WILL OFFER AN EFFORTS OF BRYAN S. Tyner, the gunmen now reposingin
t THAT CURRIE OWED HIM[ COX- AS A DEFAULTERCARRANZAHAS
laurels to Orlando's crack team, but AMENDMENT TO TRADES AND WILSON TO SETTLE the county jail and awaiting trial

( SIDERABLE SUMS OF MONEY Jupiter Pluvius took mercy on them COMMISSION BILL PUTTING TROUBLE FUTILE AND RE- ,for holding up Jones' auto bus on the MEN IN CAPITAL TO PREVENT -

-FUNERAL AT TAMPA and allowed the almost unbeatableteam I;[Winter Garden road Saturday afternoon ESCAPE
I HIS "CURE-ALL" IDEAS SULTED IN FARCICAL :
from our neighboring city to return -1 I I will probably be given a hearing -

Tampa, Fla., July 1: The remainsof home still undefeated so far as I INTO EFECT t ELECTION I' in Judge Martin's court Friday Vera Cruz, Mex., July 1.-(Spe-
Orlando is concerned.The morning.
This date
was practically
Frank Bryan, a former Tampa cial.-Carranza
I today instructed his
resident, who was killed at Chuluota, weather man probably won'tbe Washington, July 1.-(Special.)- Washington, July 1.-(Special.)- agreed upon yesterday by Judge Vera Cruz representative, Heriberto

Fla., Saturday afternoon by D. W. so kind tomorrow to the visitors Senator Cummins, of Iowa, who is The situation in San Domingo is reported Martin and County Solicitor W. L. I Jara, to use possible
Currie, a naval storts operator of and then there will be things doingat supporting the Vreelands trade com- to have reached a crisis where ;Tilden and the hearing will be held the every means to
prevent of Huerta. Jara
that place, arrived in this city at the fair grounds about three- mission bill, today said he intended the United States must intervene by then provided Sheriff Gordon can get today confirmed escape from
Tara-
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12:45 o'clock this afternoon. Funeral thirty. This afternoon being a half offering an amendment that would sending marines and sailors ashore to the witnesses summoned by that time.It report
that
the
I pico rebels had sent
a bodyof
services were held from the C. E. holiday of course nearly everybody I authorize the proposed commission to keep peace and prevent barbarious is possible the defendants may picked men in disguise to Mexico

Henderson parlors this afternoon at will turn out to root for the home limit the amount of capital stock that bombardments, or there must be a waive preliminary hearing and ask City for the of not only
purpose -
2:30 o'clock Rev. Golden' pastor of team. I any single corporation may be permitted treaty agreement between President that bond be allowed for their ap- Huerta's escape, but also preventing to

the Palm Avenue Baptist church, officiating to use in any particular line of Bordas of that country and the revo- |pearance before the circuit court. Ap- protect the dictator from assassination.
t interment taking place in I LIGHT INLAND WATERWAYS 1 industrial activities. Much of Ms I lutionists to stop fighting and proceedto parently there is little defense to -

'' the Woodlawn cemetery.The Washington, July 1.-Senator Bryan i argument today was devoted to the hold an election. make and a plea of guilty of assault
of Florida has introduced a bill I Ii with intent to murder is Jara says the rebels wish above all
advocacy of this principle, which he The United States has already among the
deceased well known in
was things to the assassination of
providing that hereafter post lantern i i said he believed would have a salutary practically intervened in San Domingo. possibilities.It prevent
this,I city, having for a number of lights and other aids to navigation of I effect in repressing combinationand The gunboat Machias, by forceof will not be necessary for Mr. A. Huerta so they can try him legally.If .
resided here. He went to Kis-
years the commissioner of light houses shall F. Kunze who the he escapes the rebels will demandhis
making monopoly impossible. arms, prevented the bombardment was most seriously
simmee about five and had
y years ago, be paid for out of the annual appro- I The Iowa senator declared he was i of Puerto Plata last Friday. The wounded victi.n of the assault, to be return as an embezzler, defaulterand
been at different times'connected with
murderer.
priation for the light house 'serviceon not attacking "big business" as such, : cruiser Washington has been dispatched present at the preliminary trial, buta
farms in that section.At .
turpentine Lakes Okeechobee and Hicpocheeand but realized that business in the I to Haytien waters where it number of the other passengers on Rebel leaders charge that Huerta
the inquest which was held yes connecting said lakesin the bus will be'summoned has stolen twenty million ,which
waterways i United States must be carried along will join the South Carolina and the to testifyas pesos
terday Currie was, bound over undera Florida. i on a large scale and, with American I two gunboats already there. to what occurred he has deposited in New York banks'
charge of "unlawful"homicide," and
'enterprise to back it, it always will The present revolution followed
held for trial under bond of $15,000.J. !
I be. Still, said Senator Cummins, closely the attempts of Secretary Mediation Appears to Be at End

H., who Bryan was, a present brother at of the the hear-deceased POLICE E SEEK MOTIVE f FUR R DEATH[ H I : there is no field of operation so small Bryan and President Wilson to settle FIGHTING fOR LIVES Of FIVE[ Washington, July 1.-Next moves

that it ought not to be occupied by the affairs of San Domingo by a new in the to
restore in
ing, made the following statement WOMAN I attempt peace
OF f and that plan of election to be MINERSBig
''; this afternoon: "The reports that competing companies was : supervised by I Mexico through diplomacy depended
i an ideal business condition. It too natives of San Domingo, who in effect today Carranza's attitude
toward
upon -
have been printed in both the Jack-
'i
I frequently happens under existing were officers of the United
i sending delegates to confer with
sonville and Tampa papers have been Killing of Wife of Brooklyn Manu- conditions, pointed out the speaker, States, as they were designated by Odds Against Men Trying to members of the Huerta mission.
dead in this and I wantto ;-
case
wrong facturer Is Shroudedin 'that the capital employed in a single the American government. The Reach Companions Entombedin While the South American mediators
spread a little different light on i elec-I
the matter. Mystery concern is so large that competitionfrom tion was a farce and the Coal Mine had decided to take an indefinite recess -
I
II I smaller companies is impossible. son policy failed.
it was assured that the Wash-
(,
"Frank had been working for Cur- I
N. Y. Police and : Williamson W. Va. 1. Miners ington government would continue itsefforts
rie for the past twelve or thirteen Freeport, July July -
months, and Currie owed him about county authorities today are seekinga :. worked with feverish energy today to persuade the constitution-
HAS BEEN SIX ENTRIES fOR EACH H E
$400 in back salary, besides money motive for the murder last nightof QUARANTINE LIFTED[D I i RACE AT i; digging a shaft into the work- alists to enter into some form of negotiations -

that my brother had loaned him, and Mrs. William Bailey in the officeof IN Nw[ O ORLEANS[ I BEACH ON FOURTH I ings of mine No. 1 of the SycamoreCoal the Mexico with City administration.How representatives. of
held a mortgage on some property, Dr. Edward Carman. William company near here in the hopeof
a for Frank had been living in one ofCurrie's Bailey, husband of the dead woman, I I reaching five men who were cut off long the mediators would
hat in when fire broke out last night The have to wait for an answer from Car-
is mafcifacturer
houses for the past year, and a Brooklyn.He Plague Scare Is Dying Out and No All the Cars Are Fast and Some ;
Thursday afternoon before the killing was surprised to learn that his throng surrounding the pit realizedsoon ranza could not be determined. Several -
I New Cases Have Been Close and Exciting Speed {
Currie moved his family into the wife had been a patient of Dr. Car- I'I 1 after dawn that the hope was weeks might elapse, it was sug-

house. Saturday afternoon about man, and declared that so far as he Reported Contests PromisedThe I forlorn, but the men under the direc- gested, before the constitutionalistleader

7:30 o'clock, Currie shot my brotherin knew she had no enemies. Dr. Car- I I tion of a mine inspector and their could consult with all his military

told authorities he knew of New Orleans La. list for the that will bosses continued to dig. Others chiefs over the proposal for the
the back of the head with a rifle, man no : July 1.-Normal entry cars j
stating to the authorities after the cause for the crime. : business conditions prevailed here today compete in the auto races at Daytona j forced their way into the gas fined conference. It was feared in some

job that Frank had cursed his wife Mrs. Bailey was shot through the in the forty-nine blocks of the Beach on July 4th has closed and six j galleries and endeavored to choke the quarters that reported dissension in

and daughter, and that his wife had heart and died instantly. Accordingto down town district which had been cars have entered. Each car will contest flames with sand, crews being relieved the ranks of the revolutionists might

come over to the store to get protection Dr. Carman, she arrived at his of- under quarantine because it was I in the three feature races, of one i,I i every half hour, but they made little I cause delay in completing the refer-

fice, which is in his home, at 7:30 I feared bubonic plague might spread. mile, five miles and twenty miles. I progress. Dense volumes of smoke I endum. Villa's victory at Zacatecas,

4 "Currie said at the inquest that he o'clock.' An hour later, he said, she The quarantine was declared off last The entry list for the stock touringcar 'poured from the openings and it was it was asserted, had not served to

had ordered my brother out of his was preparing to leave when a window I night under directions from Dr. Ru- races will not close until the day [feared the fire was spreading rapidly bring the disputing factions together.

house, and put his trunk in the road pane was broken, a man's hand : pert Blue, surgeon general ,of the of the races, giving all drivers an opportunity The fire broke out in the fan house Hope was held out, however, for an

in front of the house. He claimed holding a revolver thrust in and the ( United States public health service, to enter. and that structure was destroyed. agreement to a conference, by reports

that Frank had a pistol, and was shot fired that ended her life. Au- :who telegraphed that steps of the Orlando furnishes three of the six Alarmed by the failure of the air, that Villa was inclined to favor a

flourishing it in the air, making some thorities found that the window was 1':character planned were not warranted entries for the big races, and Sanford, twenty-five men made their way to peaceful settlement of the republic'sinternal

threatening remarks, and kept on covered by a wire screen, which could at this time. Eustis and Bradentown each fur the surface but five were caught in affairs.

cursing his wife. When he had stood only be opened from the inside, and I Before the quarantine was declaredoff nished one. Five makes of cars will entries far from the opening.The After a conference with Secretaryof

all of this alleged treatment, Currie that the glass had fallen both inside i more than 3,500'permits to breadI be contestants and every car enteredis nearest rescue crew of the State Bryan, President Wilson a-

said he shot him. Now to show you and outside the room. The crime I I winners to cross the dead line had capable of making at least seventyfive United States bureau of mines was thorized the statement that the Mex-
intense excitement here hour at Roanoke, Va., and was expected ican slution was as favorable as it
how foolish that statement is and caused on ac- I been issued, street car conductors miles an and some good
how false it was too, the bullet went count of the social prominence and I locked the doors of their cars while records are expected Saturday. I I to reach here during the day. may be until the Mexican factions

in the back ,of Frank's head, and I the wealth of Dr. Carman and his traversing the district under observation The complete list of entries is as The entombed miners-George Sei- get together. He refused to discussthe

never heard' of a gun that you could family. Mrs. Carman is the daughter I and amusement resorts. .in the infected follows: :I dol, James Collins, Benjamin James, situation further.
of Frank Conklin of : 0. P. Herndon Sanford Overland : Henry Lyons and Marion Lyons-
point at the front of a man's head Clapp one zone temporarily had gone out ,
the wealthiest residents of the south I were believed by Deputy Mine In-
and make the ball go in the back. of business. car. President Wilson "Still Hopeful"While
t shore of Long Island. Mrs. Baileywas I' Although the restrictions as to the W. M. Warren, Bradentown, Na- spector Lambert to be in a part of the formal statement
no
"Currie also stated that Frank hada was
36 old.BASEBALL. tional. mine not yet touched by the fire. He
of human
years movements beings were removed -
made at the Whit eHouse
but it'was not found, and no I regardingrecess
gun rats were still under the ban i Henry Self, Eustis, Premier. said they had probably been cut off of the conference
one has ever seen him with any sort RESULTS and a campaign of extermination will Cook Auto Co., Orlando, Buick. by the flames and had taken refugein Niagara it
made clear that President Wilsonis
of since he has been in that was
a weapon be waged against them. One of the II Gray Rush, Orlando, Ford.S. a room about 1,000 feet from the still hopeful that mediation will

I, part of the country"SENATE National League regulations promulgated today by the B. Hutton, Orlando, National. mouth. If they could live during the bring about peace and he believes thatit

Chicago 7, Cincinnati 0. city board of health required that A number of the cars entered have day there was some hope of saving has much
already
WILL BACK PRESIDENT i l Boston 2-0, Philadelphia 7-5. "all rats caught by individuals shall already been taken to the beach and them, experienced miners declared. accomplished
good. He takes the view, it was said,
St. Louis 5, Pittsburg 1. be immersed in kerosene and reported tried out, and the drivers are each Line of hose were run into the that mediation has increased

Washington, July 1.-(Special.)- New York-Brooklyn; rain. to the board of health laboratory. confident that records will be broken main entry and water was kept playing the good feeling between greatly the United

Democratic members of the senate American League No alarming symptoms have been for amateur race meets. I on the flames while seventy-five States and a1! Latin-American
coun-
met in caucus this afternoon at the Washington 7, New York 4. shown by any of the twenty-seven inmates The handsome silver cups for which I'men were detailed for work in the ex tries and it has shown that the United

suggestion of the president, and Chicago-Detroit; rain. of the Volunteers of America the racers will contest, will probably cavation. States had intention of at-
never any
adopted a resolution declaring it to St. Louis-Cleveland; rain. i(home, who were isolated when the I be on display today at T. H. Evans' One hundred men were usually em- acking Mexico with the idea of ter-
be their purpose to remain in session Boston-Philadelphia; rain. plague was discovered in the home. ; jewelry store on Orange avenue. I ployed in the mine at night but many riorial aggrandizement

until the administratoin's trust pro- Federal League I This fact and the failure to discover I II They were expected yesterday but of them did not report last night. I
Carranza's agents: here after a con-
gram has been disposed of. .Senators Brooklyn 7, Buffalo 5. other cases in the city has led local : failed to arrive. I
are not bound to any particular form l Kansas City 4, St. Lois 7.ChicagoIndianapolis 4 I I authorities to believe the situation is Two of the judges for the races 'I MAYRE, OF SAN FRANCISCO, I ference made efforts to get in communication -

of bill nor was there any effort to I ; rain. i i well in hand. have been selected from Orlando. 'I AMBASSADOR TO RUSSIA with him at his provis-

make the pending propositions party Baltimore-Pittsburg; rain. I They are Hon. Seth Woodruff and j Washington, July 1(-(Special.)- ional capital in Monterey. They said

measures. This will come along later I Southern eLague I The chamber of commerce of Pen- City Commissioner S. A. Johnson. ,[ George T. Mayre, a San Francisco they had no further report on the

after the details have been threshedout I Memphis 17, Montgomery 6. I sacola has devised a standard advertising The third judge will be selected from 'and Washington lawyer and banker, progress of the plan to submit the

t V and the leaders know what they I Birmingham 5, Nashville 2. form to be used on the backsof some other point, probably Daytona. !I was today nominated by President proposal of meeting with the Huerta

f want and what the president will apt Mobile 4, Chattanooga 1. I envelopes and has called on the Wilson to be ambassador to Russia.It : delegates to his generals under the

prove. Atlanta 7, New Orleans 4. business men of the city to use this, Fort Myers is anxious to have a is expected the appointment will plan of Guadalupe.

South Atlantic League and sixty-two have responded to the ball team. be speedily confirmed in order that Secretary of State Bryan would not

THE WEATHER Charleston 2, Columbus 1. I call i the vacant St. Petersburg post may discuss the Niagara conference today.So .
be filled. Russia has notified the far as was known no instructionsas
Jacksonville 9, Macon 9. Orlando pennants for Daytona,
Florida: Cloudy with probably Albany 5, Columbia 0. I The Osceola truck growers have or- JU. S. flags for the fourth of July. state department that Mayre is acceptable to leaving have been sent to 'tne

I,, showers Thursday. Friday fair.,11 Augusta 5, Savannah 3. ganized. Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. to the Russian government. American delegates.


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Pine PINE Castle CASTLE, Fla., June ITEMS 30.-The BANK WILL AND MOVE TRUST TODAYThe COMPANY (o'clock church, next where Sun it is ay cool morning and comfort-at 10 'nmnmmmm; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::\\\\\ \\t I

} marriage of Mr. Andrew Nelson able, with plenty ; ;

Crutchfield, of Graceville, Fla., and class to be alone
Miss Grace Hansel, daughter of Mrs. Orlando Bank and Trust com- I. Dr. Stagg will '

Nannie T. Hansel, took place at the pany will open for business Friday Bible questions

home of the bride Thursday morn- morning in their temporary quarters,'I you so long. Come.

ing. The young couple left shortly diagonally across the street in the

I after the ceremony for the home of Phillips building. They will move today I REMOVAL OF

the groom's parents for an indefinite taking advantage of the Thurs- COFFEE
day half holiday, and will be ready to
number of
friends wit-
stay. Quite a I
H. Ohse D.
and
transact business in the
new location
nessed the pretty ceremony which to their patrons
was performed by Rev. E. A. Milton, when banking hours begin Friday large the moving of
of Kissimmee. morning. I Coffee Roasting
The bank expects to be housed in Food Grocery Store
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jamison, of the street, next door to
temporary quarters
during July
"' Sanford, stopped here Thursday linery, corner of
and August while the present build- streets where
they
> for short visit i I
morning a old
among ing is being remodeled, and on Sep-1 up to date coffee and
friends. tember 1st they will move back into they will handle a
Mrs. M. B. Parker and son, Paul B. extracts, baking j
what will be
the
among handsomest
Parker, who is on a vacation from In making this l
banking quarters in the state.I better able to serve
West Point, N. Y., left Wednesday than heretofore.

morning for Haskell, Okla., to visit age of their
am persuaded that Dr. Stagg is
relatives in that locality.Mrs. I teas. Remember the
the best Bible class teacher in the
Wm. Wigman entertained in street; phone 486;
city, and a warm welcome awaits i j I wagon at your
honor of Mr. Wigman's birthday anniversary ,I
young men and old men, all who will ness, strength,
Thursday evening. The arranged join this class at the Presbyterian I| money saved you
party was a complete surpriseto money back.

the gentleman and was enjoyed bya --

large gathering of friends. .t 1111II a III' 1 .1..1".1.11'. . . . ,1 .
Rev. Wm. Funk left here Thursday

morning to return to his pastorate at

Key West after a visit with relatives

and looking after business affairs at McCullocJELLY

this place. He is the minister of the

M. E. church of that city and speaks

very highly of his location. Mr.

= ing Funk's fund recent of the donation Baptist to the church build-is [r

1 people.greatly appreciated by the Baptist DEPARTMENT[ 1 10 I ,


Miss Hallie Hansel, who has been

I. visiting relatives at Lakeland for

quite a while, returned home Sunday.i TUMBLERS
Mrs. S. Frank Phillips attended the

s funeral of Mrs. Olive A. Cohoon in
l FRUIT
Orlando Thursday morning. The
..
families were friends in the state of
All kinds
Ohio before coming to Florida.Mr. .

is the. Roy guestof Amidon Mr., of Eugene New Smyrna Hoffner., PRESERVING ::: : :: :::: ;: i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::**,

News of the death of Mr. Homer

Shel don, on June 22nd, at his homein

North Kingsville, Ohio, was received
20 S. Orange Avenue.
here Thursday by the many

,I friends of this genial couple who have

', been winter residents here for years. . . . " , , .. .. .

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L Sunday
are _ . . _ _ . _ _ _
visiting relatives at Chattahoochee.Dr. -9. . .. ... . ... .., ....

C. E. Filbert was called to

Haines City Monday evening on account -
of illness in the home of Mr. GRAND
,
Chas. Tyner.
t The Christian Workers of the

Union Chapel held a social Saturday


evening.Work on the Baptist church will

I shortly be resumed. This edifice when Newest and most up-to-date

completed will be a splendid additionto
Pine Castle and a credit to the in Canton. Situated on Academy Tabltt&t

'.* .* defatigable workers who have given
Overlooking the beautiful
Pigeon
time and money towards its erection

and is proof that "nothing against
the church can prevail." Valley. One of the finest views

: 1 Sweet potato plants, for which Pine tern North Carolina. Open July
Castle is famous, are still going out;

the shipping season is continuing late

this year.

J. W. Matchett shipped a car load

land;f watermelons, Ohio.C. Thursday: to Cleve- MRS. J. R.

J. Sweet's home turned to face
I
on Division street and resplendent in
t' 6 >.d&w CANTON N. C.
a new coat of paint is a noticeable i
r
improvement in the center of town.

One of the latest purchasers of lake _

frontage on Lake Conway, and thus '

joining the summer colony of cottagers -

4':. on this beautiful lake, is Mr. I "STARYMTO
Gray Rush, of Orlando, who Saturday -i ,

f; purchased a lot from Mr. C. F. '

Chittenden adjoining Dr. Estes'

f place. Was Mrs. Bell of Florida
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Lake the northern portionof '
Conway, ..
the lake, is fast being encircledby I She Began Taking

cottage homes of wealthy Orlan-i
Tes. I was starving to death." we heard from her,
doites who find the abounding refreshing -'
said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce she was still a friend :
shade of the banks and the' Florida Box %0., "when I began to For other !
i: cooling waters of this lake an ideal take Peruna. I could not eat any- of the stomach see I
; place to spend the summer days. thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna ,li
soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio.The
i Through the enterprise of Mr. Carl
very much swollen. My bowels stomach and
! Dann a small canal has been cut to acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous i
enable the motor boats and other, was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to ;
doctors had been employed but gave as the nose and
i craft to pass easily into the southern :
me no relief. I was continually the stomach and I
} half of the lake, making a lengthy growing worse. the functions rot

water course. The southern portion i if. I Was In Despair. stomach can no ::
f. of Lake Conway is quite as beautifulas The food lying in the
I ,
In my despair caught at every for a short time, :
! the northern part and is lined with i straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours.
:; excellent bathing beaches. To see some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and
testimonial from who had :
a woman
. this large lake surrounded by homes, been troubled much like myself. I Food Sours In

!" the occupants making their neighborly concluded to try Peruna. A portion of the
t calls by motor boat a la miniature I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed into the

1 Venice, would be one of the I the same time I wrote to Dr. vessels of the ;
the whole system
ii many beautiful sights of Florida. Hartman. He pronounced my case tion now known as i '
I There are very many motor boats I'I'I catarrh of the stomach and bowels.I self poisoning. The : ::
Peruna. At
soon began taking
;" on Lake Conway now the latest and : tating mass, as it
once I began to improve. After takIng the bowels irritates
f:: handsomest being Jas.. L. Giles'. The half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes a I
j boat ride now on the two bodies connected improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing '

I by the canal, taken the entire I Began to Recover. site constipation.

1 length,is estimated at 27 miles. There Then this good housewife goes on The average :
is also under way plans for an automobile to narrate in detail her rapid Im helps Even to when artificially such
provement and final recovery. She
1, driveway around Lake Con- laid "After taking two bottles of Pe work it is only :
t. way. From Orlando down the Pine ruM I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only
to wash the dishes. When she began the catarrh is
: Castle road, to Pine Castle, east
taking Penma she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh
; i through the center of the peninsular,
pounds. After she had taken five The symptoms of :
I across a bridge over the canal, bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First
1 through Conway back to Orlando. pounds. She concludes by saying ond, food rises in
Those pushing the matter of the automobile that she is wellIt Third sour stomach. :

:} driveway are Dr. S. W. Was Twelve.Vein Ago. feeling after eating.
The letter 'from which the above bloated, belching of
::1 Reed, C. F. Crittenden, H. Stein- pitation of heart.
Quotations were made was received
spring, A. Q. Lancaster, S. Frank have .,
January 29, 190L In & later letter, gestion :
1 Phillips and C. P. Dow, with Messrs. written September 11, 190,, khe says tongue coated light I I sweet
i t Overstreet and Conoly to help 1 sinf the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over pit 1000.
near. It bused a great deal in our Tenth, cannot bear Punt
through the Conway portion and C.
c ,
Tidolty. This teems to be a bad around waiat I 5-2C-tf
t J. Sweet, county commissioner to place for catarrh." We have received People who object .
, give his endorsement I ktttr* from bar since. The tact time nines can now obtain

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.,....' i'j- rAfEMst sibility of any misunderstanding aris- &
: I '. 'Taft, June 30-Recent showers A System of Marketing That Offers ing in regard to the basic price. To yor. e/et< t

J e revived. crops very nicely Melt Possibilities of Better Prices for Uneeda Biscuit obviate this, the quotations publishedin .,

t ; :. freshening up, and corn esp the Producer and Fresher Ar a given newspaper or some other
,. the
.. Tempt appetite, 39 CENT CLOCK }
is looking fine, and it tides for the Consumer. I please the taste and similiar authority may be accepted. SALE

? shows beyond a doubt that corn can nourish the body. Eggs are scarcest and highest in
We have 25
be made a profitable crop here with That eggs can be marketed succes- Crisp,clean and: fresh- the fall. Chickens should, therefor, standard make nickel plated

proper cultivation after the raw soil fully by parcel post, and that this 5 cents in the moisture- be hatched early enough to begin alarm clocks which we are going to sell on

1 is worked aver a few times. With a method frequently secures a better proof package. laying at this season. Moreover HURSDAY: MORNING ONLY for 39c. They are accurate -

small amount of fertilizer, C. A. price for the producer and a fresher little difficulty will be experiencedthen

Thompkins has corn standing over article for the consumer, has now in disposing of the entire out- time keepers with extra loud bell ,

twelve feet high on an average, and been demonstrated to the satisfactionof r'y put and it will in consequence be md are ordinarily a staple 75c seller. You

many stalks with two and three ears. the experts in the department.The ,f unprofitable to divert any of the sup- Jan: see them in the window. Buy Thursday

Mr. Tompkins says he uses less fer- department conducted tests that v tlBaronet ply to home purposes. This difficulty -

tilizer here on his corn than he did covered a period of five months. At can be overcome by preserv- morning and save half the usual cost. No more

in New York State. If the people the end of that period it came to the ing eggs for home use in the spring, .it this price.

will "get busy" it will be unnecessary conclusion that the parcel post was of when they are plentiful and cheap.A THEY WILL BE 75c AFTER THURSDAY NOON.

'for so much corn and feed to be ship-. particular value to the man whose solution of water glass, which can

), ed here from the north. \ flock was too small or who lives too be obtained at drug stores for 75
\v. S. BRANCH
R. K. Harriman was transacting I far from express service to permit cents a gallon, should be used for this ,

business in Orlando last Friday. him to ship his eggs in the regular purpose, each quart being' diluted

commercial case, which holds, 30 with 10 quarts of water, v*:*N.has
Changes are to occur at the post- BiscuitRound The Arcade Book and Music Store
f office about July 1. Miss Frances dozen eggs. been boiled and cooled. The eggs

Denni will take charge succeeding In the course of these experimentsthe thin, tender- should be packed in stone jars or

clerk J. H. Harrington who department shipped 9,131 eggs in with flavorappropriate rocks and the solution poured over --
presen a delightful _I .I
will engage in business here. Mr. 466 lots. Of these 327, or slightlyless for I them, or they may be carefully placedin -

Harrington has conducted the office to than 3.6 per cent, were broken, luncheon, tea' and the solution each day. Eggs keptin

the entire satisfaction of the com- but only 209, or slightly less than dinner xo cents. this way are perfectly good but

munity and we presume Miss Dennis 2.3 per cent, were absolutely wasted. naturally they do net command the llarnmond&Qore

will prove equally satisfactory, "except The 'others, though (broken* could prices of those newly laid. The shells

still be used. The percentage, of 4 sometimes break in boiling, but this
from two chronic
a possibly one or FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL
r growlers, Ito aW newel satisfied! breakage, moreover, will be greatly aid may be avoided by puncturing the .

Mr. Sphaler, the present post master reduced, it is said, when the employees end with a pin just before.they are

sent in his resignation a year ago, of the post. office become more accustomed .J /1 dropped into the water. VALUES LOW PRICES

but as yet, it has not been accepted to handling such fragile Tht only drawback to marketingeggs
COMPARE
The matter. by parcel post appears to be the
., or a new postmaster appointed.
That the should be time and trouble involved
government wheels turn slowly but eggs properly in packing

we may have a new P. M. "in the packed, is of course, essential. This them. This is compensated for by the OUR FURNITUREWe

sweet sweet bye and bye". I implies time, care, and some,expense, extra price that can always be ob-
I
Our drainage system has taken a and is one reason why no attempt ZuZuPrince tained for products that are abso- provide the quality of furniture that has long

new start and the prospect now is should be made to market by parcel lutely reliable. At bottom, therefore,, been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
post any but the finest eggs, for they of appetizers. the shipper's success depends upon standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .
that in few weeks something will
a
alone will bring renumerative prices. Makes daily trips from the care with which he safeguardsthe wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
be doin' and the dirt We have
flying.
Moreover, if the customer who buysin Ginger-Snap Land to reputation of his products. Sat- this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

seen no necessity for drainage for small lotsvfinds that any consider- waiting mouths every- isfied customers will soon build up his: this business, and that means much to any buyer.
the last three or four months. where. Say Zu Zu to
able proportion of his purchases is business for him. Any postoffice will!
We understand that the bakery i is the grocer manS cents.
undesirable or even unattractive i in furnsh complete nformation in regardto ;
to start up again in the near future I McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK
i appearance, he will not trouble task regulations and rates, and, as already ,
and that parties are inspecting
locations on Palm avenue to open for deductions.on that account; stated, the several state experi- Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla.
he will simply discontinue his orders. ment stations have information in regard I
a large grocery store, and another L
The producer, therefore, must see to to the various types of shipping ,
store for shoes, hats, caps, clothingand I .. ,.
it boxes.
that all the eggs the postman delivers The results of the United
gents' furnishing goods. We
are what he represents them to States government's investigation of I
gladly welcome all such enterprises,
the matter have been published in
and there is a good opening forbusi be.This 4MlllllllllttMMmtlttHiinMtltMMMHIIIIIMWe .
1 can only be done by candling Farmers' Bulletin 594, of the Depart-
One of our worst draw-
them. Candling, "the process of test- ment of Agriculture, which will be
bac s\that 'there is too much
property\held by non-residents, who ing eggs by passing light through sent free on request. Will Put the Reinsof

them so as to reveal the conditionof
do nothing but simply pay their tax-
es (which they can not avoid), and the contents," is omitted by many Buy biscuit baked by Trouble with that senate resolution: Success in Your f
producers,: who rely on care in collecting
-
to probe American connection wit
let their holdings lie idle waiting for
others to boos up their property.Mrs. to eliminate all bad eggs.]It NATIONAL Nicaraguan affairs is that those who

C. H. Hartley and son, Ed- is, however, impossible to avoid an BISCUIT know the most about it won't tell. HandsHow
occasional accident, and candling is
ward, spent a few days in St. Cloud
therefore advisable as an extra C@MPANY
last week where Mr. Hartley has a caution. A simple outfit can be made pre- There are people! who think Car- ? By furnishing you with ;

position in a store. I Always look for that name I ranza needs Wilson a heap sight more
out of a small hand lamp and Fertilizer. Let
an
Mayor A. M. Bristol was a callerin or- than Wilson needs, or will need Car- a perfect our representative -
dinary pasteboard box sufficiently

Orlando Saturday on business.We large,to be placed over the lamp,after ranza. call on you. He will give you a
note from the Sentinel the
mar-
the ends have been I --- -_- -. --
removed, without
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riage of Mrs. Mary F. Moon, of this formula that will make and mature ; .
risk of fire. In order to supply air ]producer can arrange to make, the
place, to Mr. Isaac H. Paige, of Glen HOT UAIR..NOMORt
to the enclosed lamp, notches should cheaper he can afford to sell his eggs. fruit.
Castle, N. Y., in Washington, D. C. Ie Iebe your
cut in the edge on which the box I )Within the first and second zones of
While we extend to the newly wedded
rests. A round hole is then cut in the parcel post service, a package DANDRUff
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pair our congratulations and best
the box at the level of the lamp flame costs 5 cents for the first pound and
wishes for a long and happy life, we
4 and the candying done by holding only one cent for each additional Use Parisian Sage.
think it rather unfair for Mr. Paigeto It's needless to have
each egg against this hole while the pound. Ordinarily eggs weigh about entirely un-
come down here and capture our J sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A T Sohtilerli r Fei'iilizerCi
rest of the room is in darkness. The I one and one-half pounds a dozen, r
Moon, leaving us in darkness. Still, little care is all that is needed to makeit
our loss is his gain, and we presume light from the lamp reveals the con- which, with the additional weight of thick,"soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand .
tents of the egg, and those that show the wrapping and the container, free from dandruff.
she will shed her bright, effulgentrays any defect can be rejected.If would make a package of a dozen Use Parisian Sage-it suppiles hair \ ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA11111111111111'IIIIIIOllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt. ;
on his pathway all through the needs and is absolutely harmless. It
possilbe, only infertile I weigh between 2 and 3 pounds.
eggs eggs
coming year. Mrs. Moon was highly quickly stops itchirg head and falling 4 .*
should be sent to market. Fertile I The postage on this would be 7 cents.If .
respected here in Taft and Mr. Paigeis hair, and is one of the best tonics to !
eggs deteriorate rapidly in warm another dozen eggs were includedin invigorate the scalp and make the
a worthy gentleman in respect -
every weather and are the cause of much the package, the postage would hair grow long and beautiful. .'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIICOW

Long may they wave. We expect loss. A broody hen on the nest or not be more than 9 cents, or four and Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today
that a part of their winter at frem at
McElroy's Pharmacy or any
accidental exposure to a high tem- ne-half instead of 7 cents a dozen
least will be spent in Taft, for "theyall drug counter. It costs but 50 cents.
come back with the birds" when perature may start incubation and eggs. Rub it into the scal -all dandruff PEASWe
cause the egg to spoil and injure the head feels fine-
the blizzards come and the snow be- To the value of the eggs and the dissappears your
gins to fall. shipper's Deputation. Jt ?s advis- cost of postage must be added the the hair is pretty and perfectly

We notice that Prof. Lafayette able, therefore, to retain the fertile cost of the container and the wrap- healthy.It .
eggs for home use or dispose of themin
ping. For two dozen eggs this may
Riley is to teach our school again
some other than will pay you to let us do some
the
way through
be estimated at eight cents. With
next term, which is very satisfactory.He of printing. We do it right. have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
school the last parcel post. This is also true of soil- postage at nine cents it would there- your
gave us a good
term and the patrons were well ed eggs. Eggs should never be wash- fore cost seventeen cents tcr market HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-

the ed when intended for high-class trade, two dozen eggs, or eight and one-half iiiiitiiiiMiiimiiiituShoe
pleased with him. Now if trus-
since the process removes a natural ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
cents a dozen. By shipping in 10-
tees would wake up and have some Repairing i
work done on the school building before mucilaginous coating and opens the dozen lots, it is estimated that the We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

l, time to commence school it pores of the shell. marketing cost can be reduced to 4.7 by PARCEL POST ;

would give more satisfaction. After this thorough elimination of cents a dozen. ; all kinds.

the unfit, the that remain shouldbe Where the container be used "
eggs can
John Hill returned from
Monday a Plant Car-
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg
visit of a few days with his daughterin carefully packed in a container of more than once this cost can of course > Men's Half Soles, 7c to 8c

Jacksonville.The corrugated pasteboard, metal, wood, be somewhat reduced. Large sized Ladies' Half Soles 60e to ?5e riers, etc. Phones 181191.

brick road problem is still hot or other suitable material The post- containers will stand from two to : Children's Half Soles, sOcto 75cHand

here and we are waiting develop- office regulations require this container four trips, smaller ones three to five, Turned Soles, 'I.au '

ments as to further action. We hope to be wrapped that nothing can escape so that it will pay the producer to Heels Repaired, 250 F. Dutton

I none may be necessary. from the package, and each egg induce his customers to return the All work returned in 24 hours.

I in addition to be wrapped separatelyin containers periodically. The postage Orders without remittance re- SANFORD FLORIDA
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turned C. O. D. We pay
GUESTS COMPLIMENTEDMiss excelsior, cotton, or some such ma- required for this is of course deducted return postage. 5t5ti.tllllllllilltltltllllllllllllllll.

Roberta Chambers was hostess terial. Any soft paper serves the from the bill for the next shipment -

abouta purpose quite well. As for the container -
Monday afternoon, entertaining
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score of her friends in honor of two itself, there are many kind on Although it is obviously advantageous A. Hanson "

attractive visiting! girls, Miss Dorothy the market, and the Department of both to producer and consumer 19 East Pine Street

McDowell, of Orlando, and Miss Ruth Agriculture investigators have not that the eggs be shipped in large ORLANDO FLORIDA t.I I 1111111111.11..111..1111111111111111111111111111.
A attempted to decide which is the best. quantities/ and consequently econom-
Harvey, of St. Petersburg. pro MIIIMMMIMIIIMMMHTakes ..
gressive card game was played and Instead, they refer inquirers to the ically, it must be remembered in tak- White Sailors

later on dancing was enjoyed. As- various State experiment stations ing orders that the supply of eggs New

sisting the young hostess in entertaining which have available information 'on undergoes the greatest fluctuations.In II Off Freckles

were Mrs. J. B. Sinclair, Mrs. this question.In times of scarcity it is not good ,

A. R. Bond and Miss Frances Bond. packing eggs it is well to sort policy for one producer to send all his Removes Tan. The latest fadINTHEEAST


Invited to enjoy the afternoon's pleas- them as far as is practical accordingto output to one customer, neglectinghis I Beautify yourcomplaioa. Get

ures were Misses Claire Bonaker, size and color and ,to keep for other friends, nor in times of rid of those freckles. You can I

Dorothy Carruth, Edith Allen, Kath- home use those which are irregularin plenty can he expect to dispose of his I invest SOc: in a jar of WIL- x

erine Warner, Marie Bryan, Marion shape, unusually long, or thin- entire stock to his regular customers. SOX'S FRECKLE CREAM it
and Severe .
Harvey, Lucile Jackson, Theresa Cohen shelled. Containers that have been These points must be given due con- cases they'll may require disappear.two Jars- I
badly stained or broken by sideration and the quantities that are
Minnie Hanks, Ada Joe Paul, eggs no more. We positively guarantee
Thelma Webb, Louise Duke, Nellie should be replaced by new ones, and to be supplied at each season of the this and if your complexion MISSES: IAIEM & DUNN

Nelson, Emily Lucas, Ruth Oppen- the package wrapped as neatly as year carefully stated in the contract. isn't fully restored to
its natural beauty, we agree to refund
heimer, Carolyn Holmes and Clara : possible. In short, every effort should : The price, too, varies with the supply. money without argument. And in addition your

Mae, Durden. I be made to deliver as attractive a One good method of determining this WILSON'S toilet cream.FRECKLE Doesn't CREAM cause is hair a fine to grow, fragrant : Agents for Barclay Corsets I IcCan's

Miss Chambers, Miss McDowell and package as possible into the hands of is to take as a basis the wholesale and FRECKLES.does positively Try it at our remove risk. Price TAX SOc and->

Miss Harvey will be the guests of the customers. The extra expense price of eggs on the open market sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00. Patterns4MIUMMI
\\ILSO.VS FAIR SKIX SOAP ;
25c. \\ilsoa
honor at an informal little party given will be little and the returns in increased and add to this a certain number of Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C, makers

for them this afternoon by Mrs. trade great. cents a dozen for the new-laid parcel For sale by t 1

Sinclair.-Tampa Tribune. The larger the shipments that the post eggs. Care should be taken, j. N. MCELROY MMMmimMIMIimi.lllllllllMillt




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f<" THE DAILY THYROID GLAND OF MONKEY I I SUFFS BALKED AGAIN F. M. HUDSON IS CANDIDATE I V

,4 GRAFTED ON CHILD I I FOR GOVERNOR i-
South Florida Sentinel I i Washington, July Discouraged '
Tallahassee, Fla., July .-All doubt
: MORNING AND WEEKLY Paris, France, July 1.-The remarkable but undaunted by President Wilson's I as to his probable candidacy for gov-
JOSiAfi FERRIS Editor and Owner. cure of a patient suffering from declination to use his influence for ernor in 1916 was removed today
cretin sm-a disease characterized by congressional action on a constitu- when the resignation of Senator F.
Entered at the pwtoffice at Orlando Flor- physical deformity and imbecility- tional amendment for woman suffrage -
M. Hudson counsel for the railroad
...-.. a* Second Clan MD Matter. as NOT TO KNOW US
by grafting the thyroid gland of a leaders of the votes for women commission was made public, he declaring -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES monkey was announced today at the fight turned their heavy artillery in I his to be a candidate
Daily 1 Year ........................$500 Academy of Medicine by Dr. Voro- the direction of the house rules com- purpose
Davy 6 Months ....................... 2.50 as his main reason for resigning.
Daily 3 Months ...................... 1.25 noff, a well known surgeon. mittee today only to find that a meet- When interviewed as to his action /
............... .
Dally 1 Month ........ 50Weekly. The child of fourteen called vote the Mondell- "'
patient, a ing to on Senator Hudson had the following to .
,
1 Year ....................... 100 years, was attacked by myxoiedema Bristow amendment had been post- say: '''''AG:'f'f0 ,, -! .
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... 71 at the age of eight as an after effectof poned until August 1. "My resignation hash been contem- $ ;j :p.i'- !," J
scarlet fever. His physical and According to plans the committeewas I plated for some time. The commissioners WJ ?t" fe,'{ 3i /
TO ADVERTISERS
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intellectual growth stopped. Six to meet and vote on a special :I had notice some months ago ?'*?<*:.\: ,).
it Copy for display tad all .her hand-iet months ago Dr. Voronoff, in the pres- rule providing time for debate on the I of my intention to resign, to take effect ---=- XV ;:-
r advertising nut be handed in at the biuine ence of nineteen doctors, grafted on amendment in the house at this ses- I July 1 but circumstances .
,
fke of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. arose 5iW
tH day before publication. This rule applies the child's neck the right lobe of the sion of congress. When the suffra- !I which made it advisable to postpone
U for contract advertising it is
U.ariaU changes and will be strictly adhered: to. thyroid gland of a large baboon. gists reached the capitol they were i such action for the time being. My
Almost immediately the patient be- surprised to find the committee room I resignation will take effect at the
f Subscribers should notify desiring the The office Sentinel in writing discontinued en gan to improve and marked develop- empty and the meeting had been post- pleasure of the commissioners, but
tht date of expiration, otherwise it will be ment took place in body and mind. poned. Fearing a coup by their ene- not later than April 1, 1915. I have
UDtH continued notice at to the atop regular is receded.subscription rates While formerly the patient was apathetic mies the suffragists posted sentinelsto fixed this final limit for several rea- L\' I Almost
and stupid he became active match the committee room and dispatched sons. In the first place' during April I' 11 I
THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1914. and quick witted. others to appeal to individual and May of next year my time must 4/ argues
-- Members of the academy considerthe members to have a meeting. be given to my duties as a member of
Senator Cummins' idea of sup- operation of great importanceand the senate. In the next place my you
pressing the monopolistic tendenciesof tending to confirm the great pos- ALBANIAN TROOPS DEFEATED private affairs need more attention 4
"big business" is not to let busi- sibilities of constructive surgery as I than I can give them in my present yourself
ness get big. introduced by Dr. Alexis Carrel of : Currazzo, Albania, July 1.-A forceof I position. Finally it is my intention
o New York. This is said to be the Albanian which
government troops I to be a candidate for governor in the unknownThere
The mediators might turn their at- first tilde that the grafting of an or- had remained loyal to Prince William primary election of 1916, and I desire
tention to San Domingo, while Car- gan from a lower animal to a human was defeated by the insurgent Mus- i to be free to devote to the campaign
ranza is deciding if he will take me- being has been successful. '! sulman tribes at Malkuch, a little as much time as may be necessary."
diation in his. i, north of Durazzo, on Sunday, but the I.

o MANY BRITONS REFUSE TO news was suppressed until today. The FLORIDA COLLECTED OVER are many who know us in the or-
A total of 596 votes were cast ii a LEAVE MEXICO CITY government troops, under Prenk Bib $1,500,000
school election in Duval county Tues- Deda, were compelled to retire to Jacksonville, Fla., July .-The sum dinary general way of business, who come
day, but that county has only 14,000 Vera Cruz, Mex., July 1.-The fail- Ishmi, near the coast between Durazro of $1,509,908.87 represents the total in and secure what they want, but some-
registered voters. ure of the British minister, Sir Lionel and Alessio. collections made by the collector of times fail to take the opportunity of see-
o Carden, to induce Lady Carden to : It is feared by the authorities that I internal revenue for the state of Florida ing more fully what we have.
Huerta is said to have $10,000,000in leave Mexico City until he himself the rebels are now concentrating their I during the fiscal year ending yes
We want those who do this to feel that
boodle deposited in New York goes, has resulted in the refusal of a forces preparatory to making another I terday.
banks. With that much money he large part of the women of the for- attack on the capital. I Collector Lewis' report, sent to the freedom of the store is theirs. We
will be an exiled patriot. eign colony to avail themselves of the Washington last night, shows the want them to feel, like a great number of
0 I government's offer to transfer them SENATE P. 0. COMMITTEE UPHOLDS I amount of collections averaged $125- others KNOW that this store is
John Ashley is on trial at West out of the country, according to an 1! DIGNAN APPOINTMENT 825.74 per month.
Palm Beach for killing a Seminole Englishman who was present at the i I Cigar, cigarette and tobacco stamp "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
Indian, DeSoto Tiger. Ashley admits meeting at which the minister advised sales amounted to 108498217. PLACE"in
the killing but claims self defense. his countrymen to leave Mexico. '! Washington, July 1.-Senator Bry- Miscellaneous collections were $425-
of the word.
I every sense
o 1 an of Florida won a sweeping victory 016.70.

The bigger they build ocean liners REFUGEES LEAVE MEXICO CITY this morning when the postoffice com- I The collections for the past month I
the more frequently disasters at sea FOR VERA CRUZ mittee of the senate unanimously de- I were unusually large, amounting to .
occur. Possibly they are too big to 1 cided to report favorably the name of $283,522.77.

handle properly for their own safety. Washington, July 1.-Sir Lionel P. A. Dignan for postmaster at Jack- I The last day witnessed a rush to

o Carden, British minister in Mexico sonville. I pay income tax assessments, and the
Carranza doesn't want Huerta as- City, has advised the embassy here 1! Senator Fletcher appeartd before collector's office was busy until late.
sassinated, but wants to try him that a special train bearing British the committee and made a plea I After today those who have not paid Are You
"legally." Both methods of elimina- refugees will leave Mexico City to- ; against Dignan's appointment. I their income tax are subject to a pen. Planningto

tion are probably equally distastefulto day. The plan to carry the refugeesto alty of 5 per cent. and also to inter-
Huerta.In Puerto Mexico, has been abandonedand Turtle eggs are on many a menu est at the rate of 1 per cent per
o they will be taken to Vera Cruz. .I these days. month. take a vacation this year? If lOU are,

at least three or four countiesthe The British subjects are leaving the then let us help you solve that ever per-
courts are still trying to aid the Mexican capital on the advice of the .
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k 11111111111111111111111 ,. ...... tttmimtnm* plexing question of "WHAT TO WEAR"
candidates in their efforts to find out British minister. .
who was really nominated in the T.F.HOURIHAN i !
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Geo. C. Dolive
June primary. ROOT WILL NOT RUN AGAIN I OUR MAGNIFICENT
Licensed Plumber and
o Albany, N. Y., July .-United :
The winning of $40,000 by a Tampaman States Senator Elihu Root will not bea J T LIVERY.I Sanitary Engineer I ASSORTMENTSwill
in a Havana lottery will cause I candidate for re-election, accordingto Estimates Furnished. Jobbing :
.40,000 suckers to lose ten times that : Promptly Attended to.
a letter written by him to William help amazingly. Our phenom-
amount. But suckers have to put PHONE 629 you
Barnes, chairman of the Republicanstate
their money in circulation some way.o committee and made public today I Phone 106 Court Street I enal selling this spring and summer has

at the senator's request. The not depleted our stocks one iota, for week
I The A. B. C. mediators about ORLANDO FLORIDA
are H 248 355IIIMMMIIillMMMIMM !
'to go home without accomplishing a letter states tha Mr. Root "can not or by week we have replenished with the
under any circumstances be a candi- 4-2l-1mIIIMilimitMtMMMIt
Y' thing. Just to score one they might date for re-election." j NEWEST OF THE NEW
try to settle the Jacksonville post-
mastership satisfactorily to both sen-
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ators.
We take a pardonable pride in

Hon. A. B. Newton o of Winter Gar- ;l- Amber Eye Glasses and Rubber Bathing Caps for July j

den, is not making as much noise as Our Silks
some of the other candidates for 4th at Daytona. Full stock at

speaker, but he will be right there Our Dress Goods
with the votes when the time comes McELROY'S PHARMACYGive
i to count them. Our Wash Goods

o us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.tlllllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIII .
The Ocala Star says Jack Johnsonis
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not such a bad negro after all. He
is just an ordinary nigger whom
I .
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white people have kowtowed to until .tlgllllallll'IIIIIII'IIII'I"'I"'I"II" III'1111111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'III'I' us take the burden of the "what towear"
he thinks he is as good as they are-
worries off your shoulders-consult
;, and he is as good as the white people
who associate with him. I us-we are ever ready to give you the

-0-- benefit of our large and varied experience.
The chairman of the state tax com-

mission is authority for the statement ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES DISTINCTIVE INDIVIDUALITYIS
that Governor Trammell will cut the OUR AIM
state tax millage from seven and one- Commencement Day-an important event in the
half to five mills, provided it is shown lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
that the assessment rolls of the state appreciafion and encouragement to commemorate the
have been raised in compliance with occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
the order of the tax commission and Jewelry?
the agreement of the tax assessors.
o DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
President Wilson is quoted a hav- .\;. OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs
ing said that he has enough of the direct the attention of relatives and friends to
presidency, which he characterizes as the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this a great help to our out-of-town cus-
nothing but work worry and misrep- I store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new. tomers; make use of it whenever you can.
information cheerfully given.
resentation. It is also reported that est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond Samples or
the president will back Secretary of or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values S We prepay all charges.
State Bryan for the nomination in and assortment.A Write for one of our illustrated mail or-
a 1916. Bryan is a great man but visit to our store will be appreciated and involves der catalogs.: We invite comparison of

friends and foes alike admit that his no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. values.

foreign policy has not been a creditto
the administration, and there is
reason to believe that stronger men
could be brought out by the Demo-
cratic party.

o
Orlando has completed six months

f of and commission while there form is the of usual government amountof I Df K ON .IYf CO.

dissatisfaction that may be expected -
; F with any form of government, as the JewelerOPPOSITE
a whole we believe the people are ,
fairly well satisfied. The commis.

sioners have worked hard for the up- DEPARTMENTAL STO Rf
building of the city, and their heartsare POSTOFFICE
in the work. Lakeland, St. Pe-
tersburg and Pensacola are evidencIng '
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
dissatisfaction with the commis-
; sion form and recall petitions are
prominently mentioned. fHlllttlMMmillllimiMllllillllimMMMIMMmimiMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII r

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5 Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. m. !
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Saturday Will Afford a Great Oppor-
Admission 5
cents I
c tunity to Boost for
Mr. D. B.' Cannon spent yesterday DallDGDOIIDGDOIIDCDOIIDCDOIIDGaI

in DeLand. I PROGRAM This City "bet It Al t Allen's"El

Mrs. J. Alspaugh left last night BUYS AND SELLS
g'1 Probably two hundred automobiles
for Cincinnati, Ohio. Florence Lawrence in "The Romance -
of a Protographer," Victor will drive over to Daytona from Or-
Mrs. Pearl Taber leaves today for REAL ESTATE a lando for the races and other enter- El
two reel feature. . _
,Birmingham on a visit. tainment features that have been pro-
Comedy, "A Pullman Nightmare.
? ,Mr. Arthur Yowell, of Sanford, vided for the fourth of July celebra-
in city. tion. Commissioner S. A. Johnson
spent yesterday our 4
,Mr. C. H. Brasselle was up from 600 acres south ofVin- MRS. WHITMAN: ENTERTAINED who never overlooks an opportunityto Show Us Your Watch

Tampa yesterday on business.Mr. ter Garden and west of TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB boost the city,suggests that every

Geo. Phillips spent yesterday Gotha, including 10 acre autmobile carry one or more Orlando Fobs---PLEASE !

afternoon in Sanford business. The Twentieth Century club held a pennants.The .
on The
orange grove. entire pleasant meeting yesterday with Mrs. suggestion is a good one and so Summer is the time for
: you
:Mr. M. N. Sightler expects to leave
today for Gaston, S. C., for a visit. tract covered with T. C. Whitman, at which the studyof many cars carrying pennants show- V to have a fob, we have one in
', yellow pine timber. Two "King John" was concluded, and ing them to be from this city will at- our assortment that will
s Mr. Frank Boardman expects to tract a good deal of attention,
many interesting events discussed. It giving
)' leave tomorrow for Rochester, N. Y. miles of lake shore.flilMtiilltlililiilUilM. !was voted that the next reading this city a big boost, not only at Daytona please you.

rvMiss Willie Dean left yesterday for should be from "The Winter's Tale," but in the towns along the route
OurVatch Chainsare
-, Daytona to spend two or three weeks. I and that the club be entertained on between Orlando and Daytona.

Mrs. C. L. Pipkin left yesterday July fifteenth by Mrs. J. B. Magru- Hundreds will go from here to see
f the best made
: for Pass-a-Grille to spend a few I the races and ball game, and hun- we can
w. c. T. u. PICNIC I' der.The furnish kind
:;' weeks. I guests were seated on the dreds will go from other towns in any you want-
I The Conway W. C. T. U. will hold broad cool this section of the state, and those with 20
:Mr Frank H. Davis and Mr. H H. veranda, and, after the Daytonawill year guaranteeare
Witherington, of Apopka, were on :;a basket picnic at Conway school study work was concluded, a patriotic probably have several thousand very modest in price.
streets yesterday. house on July 4th. Pine Castle com- I story was read. Ice cream, molded visitors on the fourth. Most of the

our'- munity is expected to unite in the into cones, surmounted by small flags, business houses in this city will be
A fine boy arrived at the home of pleasures of the day. Everybody who i and cakes were served, and the "red, closed for the day, though a few will ii Allen & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ponder at 112 ,
wants to participate in a safe and
white and blue" was also noticeablein remain open to accommodate the
South* stret on June 30th. sane fourth of July cordially invited. dainty crepe paper napkins.Mrs. crowds that come to tow to do their

Miss Marie Floyd left yesterday for Good program has been arranged by Whitman was gracefully assisted trading on Saturdays.If Jewelers
Bainbridge, Ga., to visit cousins for Y. P. B. Address by Dr. Louis T. those
by her daughter, Miss Alice, you are among going to
-
the next two or three months. Jones. and those in attendance at the pretty the Beach for the day don't forgetthe U Prompt Repairing.

Yesterday the Royal Mills coffee affair were Misses Hope Starbuckand pennant. The more you have on
roasting plant was moved into the Mr. W. R. O'Neal has returned I Eunice Ives, and Mesdames W. S. your car the bigger boost it will be Everything Guaranteed.

new quarters at 201 Boone street. from a week's trip to Boston and other Branch, C. P. Dow, S. R. Hudson, W. for Orlando.C. .

Mr. and Mrs J. E. Nicholson and Eastern points. H. Coleman, J. B. Magruder, S. E.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vedder left yes- Sorosis library will be open on Fri- Ives, Sr., M. 0. Overstreet,-and S. A. R. HUBERT APPOINTED ELECTRIC -
terday for Daytona Beach to spend a day, July 3rd, from 10 to 12 and 3 I Robinson. INSPECTORMr.

week. to 6, instead of Saturday, July 4th.

Mrs. A. T. Scruggs leaves tomor- Helen W. Starbuck, librarian. WINTER PARKDr. C. R. Hilbert was yesterday appointed -

rcw for Coronado Beach to spend a Now's the time for a real prophetto electric inspector, ,under the 11

week with Mrs. Wm. Smith and get rich. All he'd have to do Trovillion and son, Harry, returned authority given by the council at ==ClO. P.... .
daughters. would be to tell the politicians what's home from a month's visit to Tuesday's session. In addition to the
going to happen in November. his former home in Illinois. inspection of electric wires and
A. A. Patch
Mr. and Mrs. are en-
joying an outing at Daytona Beach, Mr. Arthur Butt and wife and son, I George Roberts has joined the Kis- lights, Mr. Hilbert's duties will also +ftlOI"II"JI'III""I't '
simmee baseball team, making three. include the inspection and testing of .
having motored over in their new Thomas, are spending the week at I
touring car. Daytona Beach. They went over in i j i from our home team to join there. all weighing and measuring devices. $ j1Jtflfinc

returned their car Saturday and will remain I i, Prof. Pope's new house is assum- ffdHr
Mr. George Patterson yesterday -
FOR SALE
until the ing shape and form rapidly.
f after fourth, viewing the very
from Asheville, N. C., where
I I I and Mrs. Blackman
etc. President are
he has been attending the Asheville races Georgia peaches, wholesale or re-
I I Lin I New York for a few days when tail. Fresh day. Also havefrrh j PURE HONEY
school lurk the past season. Mr. Walter V. Henry and wife, of every
? I
St. Louis arrived in Orlando they expect to get away for a month'souting. lot of Georgia cane syrup, at
Mrs L L. Payne and daughter, yester- .i King's grocery store, 47 West Church
, day for visit to Mr. and Mrs. P. P.
leave a street. !
Miss P.uth Isaacson, expect to JELLY TUMBLERS
A large force of men is at workon
McGraw, on East Robinson avenue. The Georgia Man,
tonight for Hendersonville, N. C., to the foundation of the club
. Mrs. Henry is sister tq Mrs. McGraw. new W. E. POWELLALL
spend the balance of the summer. house and from the the material
Mr. Henry is connected with the general -i way FRUIT JAR RUBBERS
Mr. Chas. H. Buck, traveling out of III'l'r
I is being placed it will soon be in
freight offices of the L. & N. i
for the Consolidated Film and for BIGFish
Tampa I shape occupancy.
railroad in St. Louis.
ply company, was in town yester- I| Winter Park is certainly cominginto We are selling oranges this week
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. Giles, Mr.
calling on the "movie" houses. its own, if we may judge by the
LeRoy B. Giles, Mr. Albemar Giles,
10
dozen.I
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Duckworth and improvements that are planned and cents per .
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Weathersbee,Miss i.It
family returned yesterday from St. already in progress. i :
Nellie O'Neal, and :Mr. John Milton
Petersburg in their automobile. They Monday our second ball team defeated I
Hughlett leave today for Daytona I i
spent the past week down there and Orlando second team in a Fry ;
Beach to spend several days. The '
)' I Ii
a splendid trip. game of good ball. We tied in the
report party will go over by auto and will i : THE SANITARY GROCERY
has returned froma ninth and won 5-4 in the tenth in-
Mr. Irving Heyl stop at the Breakers.The .
months trip to New York. He' ning.
down on the Clyde Line to Lucerne theater has booked the Last Friday we had Sanford ball ; CARUTHERS & GORE
came ATR
film "Romance at Orlando" for Mon- -- I
team 2-0, when heavy rain stoppedthe
Jacksonville and said that he had a a
day evening, July 6th. This is the Phone 20C 6 & 8 E. Pine

very rough 7oyage. film that was made here on our Camp game.Fire girls regular meeting
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Sims have returned streets last December and will there- I Wednesday afternoon. A patriotic I

? from Dundee and will spend fore draw a big crowd to see it. The meeting, with a good program. lr f mt r i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
two days in their new home, on West fact that it was "Made in Orlando" is Worthington Blackman left Mon-
Central avenue, before going on their sufficient to i FUNERAL DESIGNS
secure your patronage.
to South Carolina.Dr. day evening to be gone the rest of
trip Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bumby have the summer. DAY ....... ' .,,
C. D. Christ has purchasedfrom returned from a month's visit to In-

the Elks their lot on Central dianapolis and other points in Indiana FOURTH OF JULY
the club We insure your life and loan you HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES
building 4th
adjoining
avenue
: They attended the big automo- Saturday, July money on real estate at 6 per cent THE SUMMER
and is figuring upon building an officeon bile races in Indianapolis, which they i Fish fry at Russell's Point Good interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., The Home Laundry will

the newly acquired property.Mr. said were very exciting, and were I music, dancing, bathing, and other Dancing, Boating, Swimming, anda Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. the summer June 27th. Will
and Mrs. F. D. Carr expect to witnessed by more than one hundred sports. Take Jones' bus in front of 3-25-d&wtf October 1st. At that time
leave Sunday for New York. They and twelve thousand people, about (postoffice. 28-tf good time generally give good service when help is
Thanking our patrons for the
will be joined there by Miss Wood, ninety per cent of them being visit Buy& your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a business, we hope to see them

j, who was Mrs. Carr's attractive houseguest I ors. They were accompanied from DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy Splendid OrchestraWILL I big ney shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf October 1st.
last winter, and will sail on the here by Mrs. Bumby's mother, :Mrs.E. sewing of all kinds, and work ready HOME LAUNDRY, Rolla

10th of July for Europe. They expectto E. Jenkins, who will remain up when Estes'promised drug store., at room Misses No.Keen 6, over& FURNISH MUSIC Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur- 6-23-lw

visit many countries on their tour there for the remainder of the sum- Baldwin. day, fourth of July. Take the 'bus Ice cold melons at Self's

and will not return until fall. I merEat Go and Spend the Day Enjoyably in front of postoffice. 28-tf on East Pine street. -
what you want Eat what you want.
Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur- Eat all you want. Eat all you want. --

day, fourth, of July. Take the 'bus Take For sale a postscript by all druggists.and forget it. Take For sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget it. IMIIilllMiMIMMIMIMimilMIMMM" M M.M.MaiiM :::::::::::::::::l: , :'\ '

in front of postoffice. 28-tf l-7-d&w-lyr l-7-d&w-lyr



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UCRNTODAY campaign of the go to Sunday


School in July--accept this invi-


tation Mr. Man and attend each


Mlle Genevieve Grosse the celebrated with
soprano and every Sunday if possible. A

the wonderful voice, will sing every evening this week. You

should hear her. union service of all the Sunday



"The Count of Monte Cristo," featuring James Schools will be held in the Pres-

O'Neill in his famous version of Dumas' masterpiece. Pro-

', ] | duced by the Famous Players Film Company, under the byterian Church Sunday night,


\ personal direction of Daniel Frohman. Five parts. July 5th, 7:30 p. m. Every per-


1 \ "The Sonambulist," a one reel Thanhouser son, especially the men of Orlan-

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

'j \ again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. do, is welcomed to this service.



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Drugstore

Notices of Lent Wanted For Sale FerEnt
etc. for this column 25e for one \hr. .
We for three days or 11.00 for one week for
H 25 words or less. Money most accompany
NNowOpen the advertisements fer this column as no
insertion*"will be made on credit.


Although the City Drug Store has not re- FOR SALE ORLANDO J
Narsery stock, one, two, three and
ceived their show cases, they are keeping their de- four year old buds; Foster Early,

livery boy busy carrying packages. 'Tis well to fol- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.KahK
low a druggist who never substitutes. Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
Apopka, Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection limeWE

Imported Olive 011 Pt. 50c.
rJ; FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare

i Imported Olive Oil 1-2 PI. 25e. bargain; recently completely over- FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES '..III.I.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.II.1111111111111111111It
hauled and made good as new in ev-
;'t Skivar Ginger Ale 2 for Z5c.,$1.25 Dozen. ery part; guaranteed first class con- AND DO ALL KINDS OF

t Castile dition; must be sold at once, even at
Imported Soap, Ib. 19e.'j. sacrifice. Come, or address, White OPTICAL REPAIRING
(4 big lOc cakes make a pound.) Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. I
:
:' Our drug store is located just around the cor- 4-23-tf

from hardware When down ORLANDO
ner Guernsey's store. FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat. :

town, come around and see us. Eighteen feet long and has four I
horse power engine. Will sell rea- WI
sonable. Call at J. L Empie boat


!. | The City Drugstore shop FOR on SALE Gould-A street.good little 6-18-2w mare, DR. L OPTOMETRIST H. RAMSDEU II Water & Light Co. j H

1.000 pounds sound, gentle, a good
1 J. L. DEAN, Proprietor. worker, nine years old. in good order; (Successor to Dr. 0. P. LUdu)
:1f; also Will take for
good wagon. $110 .
& horse and worth $200 haveno ORLANDO FLORIDA
Orlando. Florida : wagon ; -
use for her. J. E. Tracy, Taft, ElectricityGas
1 MMIimiMIMIIIMIIMMimiMMMimiMMMM Fla. 6-23-lwk
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t FOR SALE-A few young registered iimmiiiitiiiiiiiiiMfFor
f Poland China boars. If interested
reporting it was one of the most en- I j answer at once. Address. J. H., care Wa er Ice
.f' joyable affairs of the season. Sentinel 6-23-tf

: Geneva, Fla., June 30.-The pleasant Mr. Earnest Leyon and Miss Mabel Sale
SALE-Or to rent brown bun-
FOR ,
1 showers continue and seem to bet Crow were quietly married Sunday
doing much good to the crops. afternoon. street.galow,Inside corner all West newly and furnished.South OR I F Office--No. 18 West Central Ave. i i ,

t Rev. A. L Hope delivered a very Inquire of F. W. McAuley, or Daet- ,

r interesting sermon Sunday morning, WEATHER REPORTThe wyler. 27-3t EXCHANGEFive

i taking as his text the familiar verse, following is the, weather reportfor WANTED-To exchange Vose piano,
"As Moses lifted up the serpent in Orlando for the week ending June in good condition, for Victrola and Room House, built No. 6

t: the wilderness, even so must the Son 28, 1914, as taken by Mr. Jas. Thom- records. Piano may be seen at For- of cement blocks 24x36, Telephone
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
observer of the Na-
son co-operative
t of Man be lifted up that whosoever Fla. twolots
tional Bureau: Cartright shingles,
T believed on him should not perish but TemperatureHigh.
{ have everlasting life." .Low. Free. Bar. WANTED-To borrow $800 or $1.000 100x150, some young
______ on improved city real estate. Threeto
Monday 95 72 1.70 PC
Miss Jimmie Lang and brother, time. Address "M," peach, and ;
Tuesday ______ 94 72 .81 PC four years orange grape-
g Joe, of Sanford, spent a few days Wednesday ___ 96 73 .65 PC care Sentinel. 6-30-lt fruit trees. Driven well !
here last week visiting their aunt, Thursday _____ 99 74 .22 C court house, ". , . " , ,MIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHAte
LOST-Saturday near
.. Mrs. W. D. Ballard. Friday _______100 72 ..87 PC a small bunch,of keys. Return to 200 feet. i I
Saturday ___ 92 73 .17 CC ,-
i Miss Claudie Dougherty, who has Sunday ____-__ 96 71 .80 PC county clerk's office. 6-29-3t Address ; I II Ij I

4 been spending a week with relatives C-Clear; CC-Cloudy; PC-Part WANTED-Couple to live on country I

Y here, left Friday for her home in ly cloudy. I Central place. Call or address, 400 West Box 424, j 11gC8ANiCS

p Abbieville, Ga. She expects to stop 1 avenue. 300
in Jacksonville on her way back and Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf Kissimmee Florida You a Woman ? ARTICLES
FOR RENT I
spend a few days with relatives r 300

there. I DR. A. B. WHITMAN 6-8-lm

Dr. H. B. Pattishall, of Tarpon FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear ILLUSTRA
W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney '
Springs, is visiting his parents here. DKNT1ST street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- illllllllllltlMIIIIIIIIITlCEf TIONS

On last Monday Miss Irene Peters up-atair.1 enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. I Cardv ui
gave a progressive "rook" party in East End Charleston Block, Tka
FOR RENT-Two office in Popular MechanicsMagazine
i spaces
t honor of Miss Mabel Daniels, whose I I our store at No. 9 W. Church street
engagement to Mr. Brannon had been Come in and we will show you. Pierce I
z announced. Miss Daniels and Mr. ExcursionJuly Electric Co. 3-29-tf The lice question is quickly. i I WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT* '
settled if you dust you fowls with The Wofflall'sToIac A GREAT Continued Siory of the World's t "
Howard Gilbert made
equal highs
I II I Progress which you may begin reading
ore and were awarded as prizes two TO RENT-Some very desirable mod Conkey's Lice Powder t I, at any tone, and which will hold your
interest forever. You are living in the
houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. best
'' ern It's safe,quick and'sure., of the most wonderful
beautiful souvenir spoons. Deliciousice I year age.of what a
3rd 4-26-tf Sates your poultry profits because it I II doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
cream and cake were served and I A resident of Mars would gladly pay-
at eleven o'clock the guests departed, Kills the Lice lDoesn't I, ,1 Ann FORO YEAR'S
1UUU
>
MISCELLANEOUS FOBSJUiATALLDRniSF4 3 .SUBSCRIPTION
all having enjoyed a delightful time. From JacksonvilleVia IITomato.E"- Harm Chickens I tothismagazineinordertokeepinfortn of
Pnce 25 cents 50 cents and$100.Foe our m Engineering and
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W. progress Mechanics.
the mites that We the cracks
m by Are you reading it? Two millions of
L Sieg, Misses Mabel and Marie plant, Pepper Crates, day and prey on chickens at night spray.' Ad Fa neighbors are and it is the favorite magazine your
at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. ygurpouhrjr house uh l Csahey e in thousands of the best American
Daniels, Lydia Geiger, Claudie 519tf. Conkey's Lice Liquid homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
r Dougherty, and Ramona McLain, and deans than out thoroughly Quart 35 DR. F. c. BOARDDENTIST young-men and women.
The Hotel"
Sentinel want ads. cents has gallon 00 cents gallon J1UX "Shop Deptrtasst: (EO Bares)
get
Duckhardt Reed are money gives easy ways to do things how to
Messrs. Dooley, For the deadly head louse useCONKEY'S I make
t t useful articles for home and shop,repairs etc.
Howard Gilbert, and Will Raynor.Mrs. Atlantic Coast LineTo ters. Try them.Don't HEAD LICE I Amateur Xechasics"(10 pages)tell how to
OINTMENT I make Mission furniture wireless outfits boat*. A
M. E. Dooley entertained a Boardman engines,magic and all the things a boy
wait for every one In town to Effective! and doesn't harm rlIicu.0 Building loves
few friends at dinner last Wednes- have Entrican, the painter, before aid 25 cents Money back d these I $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS
preparations do not satisfy A l Ak rose Iwwidniw to.bo?)M q M
day. you try. Am too busy to look you .11.C.E.>l7GsCMu40h. V Office Hours: WAn R FREE: SAMPLE coPY TODAY
Daniels-Brannon.-Mr. William F. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00: I POPi AAR MECHANICS CO.
Brannon, of East Palatka, and Miss Augusta, Ga . . . . . .$ 4.00 job. 1-20-tf P. F. LAUBACH Telephone 540. I 313 W.Wuhlnpoo St,CHICAGO

Mabel Daniels, the eldest daughterof Atlanta, Ga . . . . . 6.00 If you want your bicycle fixed in

r Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Daniels, of this Birmingham, Ala . . . 8.00 a hurry take it to Warman's Repair : ! ''MillMMIMUMMtMiimMIMPIIIMIMIHIIHMMMMMIIilltllMMimlllltliiM \ !'
place, were quietly married at the Shop. 12- -tt :'\\\ '\,\ -m-
Chattanooga, Tenn . . 8.00 I
home of the bride's parents at 10 Macon, Ga . . . . . . 4.00 T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
o'clock Wednesday morning and left 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf

on the 11:40 train for a wedding trip Richmond, Va . . . . 10.00 Rubber Stamps made to order at IT'S TIME TO THE UP IjMlllliMIIIIIIIMIMMMMMIHMMIMMHMMMMMMMMM HOUSE

to Chattanooga and Asheville and Norfolk Va 10.00
1 . . . . . Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.
other points of interest before goingto Wilmington, N. C. . . . 8.00
East Palatka where they will make Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
their home. Rev. A. L Hope, pastor Tickets sold July 3rd, from is the kind you want Where to getit

;f i, of marriage the M., E.which church was, officiated witnessed at the by July Jacksonville 14th. only. Final limit Entrican.? That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. f FURNISHING Q QUESTION( I IN R REAL( l


4 the bride's family and a few intimate If your paper is not delivered

friends. The couple are estimable Good on all regular trains. For promptly, don't fail to notify the office.

people and we wish them every E-
young
information call on, or write to Find what you want in Sentinal
happiness and success.

Mrs. Bay Wesson and three chil- A. W. Fritot, D. P. A,, A. C. L. "wants."

dren, of Winter Park, are visiting R. R. Jacksonville, Fla Read the Morning Sentinel Price Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positivedelight q

4 Mrs. Wesson's sister, Mrs. G. P. Gei- J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone 10 cents a week. | ; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

ger.Mrs.. Holly Doane returned Satur- 132, Tampa, Fla. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. ; pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable

day to her home in Miami after in every sense of the word.

spending a few days with Mr. and '_
Mrs. D. D. Doane, of this place.
for To-morrow ?
Miss Margie Kflbee spent last week Ready \ CHARGE ACCOUNTS Divided Payment Plan enables you

r with relatives in Chuluota. Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than
Mrs. Julia Jordan and daughter, other farm animals. In order to insure thorough I am using Be Dee 11 to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj joining -
Bessie, of Keysville, are visiting Mrs. digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOCK MEDICINE with
horses readier for next day's work, add to their my bones regularly and clu other Our salesmen will explain this
Jordan's brother, Mr. Allen Geiger. find it a savins proposition ; ; s, or any formalities.
feed of-
evening a teaspoonful on feed. It also mates
Misses Lucy, Janie and Kate Flynt them healthy tbri lwiBee .
to
| | feature you.
a left Thursday for Forsyth, Ga., STOCK.Iralolmston,
where they expect to spend the sum- Dee MEDICINE R.P.D.No.Ie OMMMMMMItlllltMI.MIIHMIIMIItMIMIIIIMHiatMMIMtKincaid
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Mrs. J. V.
Wednesday evening 25c,SOc and $1. per can
Wicks entertained in honor of Miss It vrffl increase your profits. At yonr dealer's.
P.R.1
Dougherty. Most of the young people I

were present. Several delightful !I Snowden
games were played' in the house.
Then the guests were requested to go Cow Peas! Cow Peas!

; on the veranda, where a woven spider .
Clays ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ....$1.00 per bushel
web had been prepared. Each was Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... . ..................... 33.23 per basted Furniture of Character
M given a string and requested to find Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... 3.23 per bushel
the end, where there was a paper ordering whippoorwills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.00 per bushel t
some act performed which afforded Mixed P u ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... ..b5 per bushel Prices i
f a great deal of amusement. We par freight tn all orders for one bushel or Hare at above prices. If wanted at Popular .e e..e..
several in Urge quantities, we will promptly mail.samples and quotations.
Then interesting games were

played 10:30 under delicious the beautiful refreshments trees.were At KILGORE SEED CO., Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaiMIIIMMimMIMMMtHMHM

served, consisting of ice cream, cakea

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cek $7.00 AND SALT MEATS

-"3ut. Willie, knowing- that he hasn't win. Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty al t FISH AND GAME
Warman's Only four and half f
town to act as referee Repair Shop o Court St one
any guy And return fromORLANDO 12-5-tf. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
has some sort of hunch that'even blocks from the post

if he does outpoint the British light .ellllll llllllllllllllllt Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh I
weight, the referee may prove blind office, East Side. A and
to the fact, and slip Freddie the Via pure.
crown that has decorated the Ritchie JUST OPENED : variety of fruit. We are We invite inspection and
guarantee satisfaction. We have
dome for.quite' a time. Atlantic Coast Line : going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Line.
It's usually the case when some POPE'S'LUNCH

guy grabs the championship from Tickets on sale July 2nd, final : erty and have put the
t another that he carefully avoids limit July i4th. Tickets will The
t meeting the old champ in a return be good on regular trains go- COUNTER : price at only $2350. PARLOR MARKET

r match for a year or two-or maybe ing and returning. For information I SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : Reasonable terms.
never, if the old champ still looks
or Pullman -reservation I H. M. Self & Co
chance to
spry enough to have a recapture I
the title. New champions call on nearest Atlantic -
TRY OUR : Atha PINE
Cooper
1 )Out taking Coast Line agent or STREET

they have*W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., : SODA FOUNTAIN Phone
' iking down W.D.WHITED.T.A. 114 South Orange Ae, Ground Floor No. 80
for about ; OPEN DAY AND NIGHT *
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g f lemons at y R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger -, POPE & BUTT PROPS. I 1.111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111---"

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played'this game ,
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made sure that Welsh wouldn't playit

on him by getting some English

boxing promoters to sign him up with
Welsh for a match jhi November, $
Fare 32jI !
"no matter how the July match ter- W. M. SLEMONS
minates.". ,And Willie forced the pro- \ '' DAILY BETWEEN

moter to guarantee him the lion's '

share of the purse. ;li t'' EVEL\ND
f So you see, Willie is carefully pro-
" tested. Should he lose to Welsh in New Goods
Arriving! DailyWe
Jrfy he is sure of another match I ',. ---- =
with him in November at which he
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will get the biggest share of the mon-
ey, even if Welsh then is champion. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
Should Ritchis give Welsh an awful Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,6 Incher;510 itateroomi and plop .xo odating 1300 puMo.gen. .
Crater u cart-larger u all propertmn.-rich u all.ppoi Imcate-diaa an j stoma oamlsnd
drubbing'when they meet this month waters of the world.; h lend June th. I
another fight wouldn't draw well, and Magnificent Steamers""SEEANDBEE""City el Erie"end"City of Buffalo" sell
Men's
high grade Clothing Hats
made
by John B. Stetson & Co.
Ritchie Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND let Dec.1at
no promoter would guarantee -May to
Lae Buffalo . 900P.M. Leave Cleveland . 900P.M. made by Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
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4
he
anything like the amount usually ArnreCleTelaDi 7JOA,M. Arte Buffalo . 740A.M. "King Quality" Shoes.
demands for exhibiting his prowess. (Eastern Standard Tax)
Boys' Suits "Lord Baltimore" brand.
Conaredoo.atMelaadtotPat io-Ba..Toxede.Detroitaadafpoint.Teetmd5atb..t.Railroad Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
But Willie will get his big guarantee tiakeU reading bctweea Bmflals and dereland are good for traniportalion oa oar ateamen.
I because he has taken the precautionof Auk your ticket agent Wr ticket via C A B.Lice. TnW u for bandmrne Oliutnted booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
signing up articles now when it THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland O.
& Co. Best place in the city to trade.
look as if a second Ritchie! fight
would be as big a drawing card as
the first. 1 I
Manager Frank Chance says, "All F (t )

New York will be talking about the 1
W. M. SLEMONS
Yankees two years hence." They're .
doing it now Frank,and what they're
saying behind your back is sufficient URANGE AVENUE
grounds for sending them to jail for I

: a million years. I "' )JIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'"IIII1111"111 '111111".11
Ban Johnson recently was quotedas Yi Yir1k1
saying, "It's bad business for a e
imiiiiiiiiMit
player to admit that he is in the game t'G C C I t M4i'.uttuttttttttttttttttti .
for what he can get out of it." II

From what Ban says one would oI1l L Ol .!:mmmmmm: : : =1
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think that Ban thinks a player shouldbe I _
in. the game solely for the purposeof
,drawing enough persons to the I I Low Round Trip Rates t.II'1i I. II II III
park to enable the American Leagueto l
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pay him, Ban, $25,000 for doing FROM JACKSONVILLE
"Starve the
such chores as chasing around the St.LoiiiDtaftr . $37.75 LkiW' . $43.se CucnMti - $33.00 Fly"That
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MiJbI SC7S LraitTilk.Kaozrifl 31.50
sa.50 St. Pad -
and knocking the ball
country players . 2144
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CeUr "Spraj sa.18 D.Isth - -
who jump to ;another league that liii Sat YcDewitoM Lab qty. -. JUO 11.18 WoaipecTanwto ...... .1.75" EfaunOalatLaaapcEs. -- 3125 3C39 should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
willingly agrees to pay them twiceas j P.rtW . IOUO M.Btml . 55.45 Fruc\Lick 35.20 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
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much money as the magnates in II f I Seattle 2.w A.eIet . loue 19.51 Pet MacknuBo&ab" . 53.00 51.58 Detroit. . 43 41.11 JO That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
Organized Baseball did. SurnKsce.- SS.st .. ..4749 QaoUiquMiMotk Can. 3030 47.40 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
Glacier rut IUS Mann Fifo 47.40 -
Is the old Yale steam roller in Ji California,Canada Minnesota time and properly cooked.
Low rates to other points in Colorado
operation again. ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionallylow Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and

f The Eli gang upset the dope by i f rates Tickets from oa other sale points daily in until the September State. 30. Return limit Oct.31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "awat the wood

defeating Harvard on the River I I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
Thames, and the very next day its 'A ,, '' I= LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
ball team took the deciding game of Ir ,,, 1 Going through St Louis,returning through Chicago Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
or nee versa 1.ibera1atopoonn on all tickets.
baseball ,series from the Crimson
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
crowd. And now nothing remainsfor l I through train daily choice of thiee different
Yale to do but run rough shod route

over Brickley, Mahan, et al of the r r Three daily traists to the southwest through New
Unexcelled dining service. Fast time. j & | |
Orleans. car Orlando Water LightCompa
Crimson gridiron crew in the annual i t I Rock ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated ; ny
I clash this fall But taking it from mg car booklets reservations of summer and other tourist mfannation.resorts,rates address, sleep,

\ those who saw Brickley, Mahan and H.C.BRETNEY.FlsrietrisMSfcrAiest N Gas Departmentw
h1' ,
,others in action last year that'll be ,

a harder job for Yale than\trimmingI __ IMtsttluStmt, V-V VrV A ** *
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Red Bluff, Cal., July .-After less
A than 24 hours of quiescence Lassen
The; State Bank of Orlando
peak burst forth early today in a stu- :
\ ,..) Orlando, Fla. pendous eruption-the fourteenth in ; ''t F T 4
the series that began May 30. No -
t / .; -At the Close of Business, June 30, 1914.fi flames were seen but the vast plumeof t

blackened steam from the crater .f ,:- .
RESOURCESLoans ; j
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waved a mile high in the sky and '. p Me'iaicldythat {
and Discounts , , , , ,$490,565.39 volcanic ash fell at Macomber Flats, ,
Overdrafts: . . , . . , . 252.35 thirteen miles distant. ,
Stocks, Securities, etc .. 185,931.74 For a little less than half an hour "V'
t Furniture and Fixtures. " . 13,004.30 the inverted cone of soaring gases '
Real Estate . . .. . II II II II. 13,875.45 maintained sharply defined the well 'act'I
hand and due from Banks.. .246,061.60
Cash
,? on .. known volcanic outline. So great was
the force of the eruption that the I each setting sun brings I.
Total . . . . . .$949,690.83 height of the cloud seemed to equal us] nearer the end. x

f LIABILITIES the distance from the mouth of the I ; When your days are ended, what about your
crater to the plattau at the base of =: loved ones?

r Capital Stock. " ,', .' , . . $50,000.00 I the peak proper. At this distance ". -
Surplus :.. .. . ., . . . . 37,000.00 there was the appearance of what Today is yours! Let it not close without'
rt Undivided . . . . , 4,233.23 seemed a thin sheet of gas hissing :: making a start toward placing home
Dividends unpaid ,. . .". , , 1,496.00 from a crevice or a fissure on the business basis your on a 7::
YJ 1 DEPOSITS, .".,, . ,',_, . 856,961.60 north slope, distinct from the main :. and providing your loved ones .
1 with
a systematic for
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plan intenance
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crater. Two eruptions seemed to be '..
/, Total... .., ... ,' . . $949,690.83 going on at the same time. ", : now and hereafter. : ,
Sulphur Odor Perceptible Twenty-two '
'.. Miles Away Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you." ;",:
The true volcanic nature of the 1

. eruption as determined by J. S. Dil- . .
.iaS :ler of the United States geological :

K.' ,..' I survey, was further emphasized today I . : ;
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by the strong stench of sulphur perceptible -

r't '" DYNAMITE, KILLS FIREMEN 'NINETY FEDERALS KILLEDOn I, at Volta and Viola, twenty- .. .' . " . . . .. . '. . -.-. #
two miles to the north. ' ... ,.. ,. ., ... ,..
| Grave apprehension existed today . ... .,. .. .. ., .
Board U. : " '
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IPV. B. Glenn-was: instantly killed and Paz, Lower CaL, June 30.-By( wire- :for the safety of a party of obstrvers I :. : ( !I"I I"- : q : : '

Chief,Wallace of the Charlotte fire less to,San Diego, CaL,,July 1.)-According I who, left Warm Springs yesterday to I I 0' : G .!"', . D t.. ;); 0-F : yr
f'k' department was fatally injured by an to authoritative reports here t visit the crater on Mount Lassen. No I I : : 1. ;; '" '; " ..' ,, ', ,-.fj: : .
word has been received from them I I.
\explo t p.by dynamite while fighting today a detachment of 300 federal. : 1.
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a fi/e M Cedar street this,morni t "t troops.. that recently arrived at La I since the new outburst of the peak. I Ift' I' . .. . ... '" '
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1 o'clock. from mbushed :: : '.' : ...:.:;- :':,:: .: .:'..' .' :": .:; .:. : .. ..
Paz ( ,
: 9: Responding to an alarm; a Guaymas was ft'I II ; /.i\* : }/ ; : ; : ; ift. ::. ., < .::' .:f.:?\\i:t
barn was found to be burning brisklyand near Santiago, Lower California, by UNITED STATES EXPRESS EMI - 4I
it'was while fighting the flames constitutionalists. Ninety,were killed I PLOYES CARED FOR I I,i I ,
that dynamite'stored in a house near- and the remainder routed.. I New York, July 1.-While the SPECIAL UNION S. S. MEETING the pastors and representative workers :Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny.

by exploded with the above\ results. All mines in this vicinity"have been 'United States Express company i!I SUNDAY NIGHT AT PRES- '' in the schools will participate. Address, for Presbyterian Sunday
Chief Wallace died three hours later shut down. ceases to be a transportation agency : 'I' school, Mr. N. P. YowelL
I
BYTERIAN CHURCHThe Program'fc as follows:
today none of its 15,000 employes will
at.a hospital1Three
The cruiser South Dakota has been Address, for Methodist Sunday
other members of the department jbe out of employment, as the business Overture, orchestra.
relieved at Mazatlan by the cruiser school, Mr. C. E. Howard.
!' -Randolph Erwin, Clyde Denver, the South: Dakota proceedingto j of the company will be transacted by I July movement for men in the Chorus, Union church choir. Chorus, Union choir.
L .\\Todd and Robert Barnes-were also, La Paz for coal, preparatory to other companies which have taken Sunday school will be formally Orchestra. Congregational singing.
more or less painfully hurt. The dynamite returning to San Diego,' CaL over practically all of the mileage opened in the Presbyterian church Congregational singing.
:s ,was being used J by a contractor operated by the dissolving corpora- Sunday night with a large audience Prayer, Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg.
= who was doing .some*street grading tion. The absolute liquidation of composed of the three Sunday schools : Scripture reading, Rev. Dr. J. E. The state medical board meets in
Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-
for,the city,.. The origin, of the ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.. the company will not be effected for interested-Baptist, Presbyterian and Wray. Palatka this week.
fire ,is unknown but there }js strong 519tf. several months. In this city other :Methodist An interesting program I I Introducing speakers, Rev. Dr. E.
Buspiciott.. that. itwas of incendiary. companies today took over 800 horses will be presented, in which the church i T. Poulson. .. Atlantic Beach now has a telegraph;, ,,
.j 'origin; For the. news, read The Sentinel I and, 500'wagons. choirs of the city, a union orchestra,I i Address, for Baptist Sunday school, : office.
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