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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
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Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 3, 1914
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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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THE, .. PAPER THAT EVERYBODY,LIKES TO READ AT ,THE BREAKFAST TABLE.
.. -"; YOU, GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS
The news of,the day'in and readable _
style. PUBLISHED
crisp EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY.: Orlando-Progressive
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VOLUME TWO .. ORLANDO FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY'3.1914." -
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F &MERI1NJLEGATES .i0 PEACE MOR AN .CONFERS[ WITH- OMO[ RAIS [ETEO[ OVER i CALAMITY H HOWLERS BREAK l LOOSE f fA



PRESIDENT[ WilSON AIWHlTf rmSI YEAR UNDER N f



i.:.t.'II CONFERENCE(' EXPECTED, IN.O4PITAL _HO S[ NEYfTARIFF I A AGAIN IN UNITED STATES SENATE :ii


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LITTLE HOPE THAT MEDIATORS HOlD-UP 11 MEN GEE A HfARING I
'WILL RETURN'TO PRESIDENT HAS INVITE- TRYOUT OF NEW TARIFF T TlMflY WARNING 10 ORANGE[ BUT ARE ANSWERED BY

NIAGARA FALLS THIS M RNING. CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRYTO AND INCOME TAX VINDICATES COUNTY D DRIVERS DEMOCRATS WHO SAY i

.-. 4 GIVE OPINIONS OF DEMOCRATIC BUSINESS GOOD

Hope' to Be Released Bail After LEGISLATION .JUDGMENT -
) CARRANIA IS.NOT umy< TO AGREE *. Trial Before Judge ont Volusia County May Fill Jails With

-. Martin "Speed SlaniacS": From RNDS IT HARD KEEP ij QUORUM O

DTHfR nNANCIERS WIll[ fOllOW f DVm This Section ... ..
4 TO INFORMAL CONFERENCE BETWEEN 133.000,000 o TO THE G GOOD

CONSTITUTIONALISTS, . ,Represented by Attorneys Carl The DeLand News gis the following TRUST BILLS MOVING SLOWLYAS

AND HUERTA ENVOY -Ui. Robinson and William B ardaU, H. HINTED THAT NEW HAVEN RECEIPTS EXCEEDED THE ESTIMATES advice to Volusia county officials SENATORS ABSENT THEMSELVES
F. Hobson, )I., V. Shirley and J. S. MERGER DISSOLUTION FROM
REAL
FLOOR-NIGHT
TERNATIONAL PROBLEMS SATISFACTORILY I MADE UP BY SECRETARY and, as they may take the advice, i it
SETTLED Tyner will appear before Judge William CAUSE OF MORGAN'S CALL McADOO-CORPORA- would be wise for all contemplating SESSIONS WILL BEGIN NEXT
Martin at the court house at ten
MONEY KING REFUSED a visit to the Beach on the ) WEEK
s TIOX AND INCOME fourth.to "
o'clock this, morning and will be givena TAX ,
-: TO COMMENT go by ox cart, and thereby avoid the
Washington, July 2. (Special)- preliminary hearing on tie chargeof BROUGHT GOLD -

A The 'American delegates to the Niagara assault with intent to commit mur I laws danger of breaking Volusia's speed Washington, July 2.-SpeciaL-) '

4 Falls meeting! of the Mexicanpeace der. Washington, July 2J. P. Morganand Washington, July DeLand and: over crowding the jail at Another prosperity and calamity discussion .

conference are expected\ arrive ; The perpetrators of Saturday's outrage President Wilson had nearly anhour's 2.-There was "To'Ho6. was precipitated in the senate . > l
here tomorrow morning. Immediate great elation in Democratic circles Royal P. Hamlin, County I ,
today
when the Winter Garden-Or conference today at the WhiteHouse by a telegram from Secre: ,
their today over the fact that the Wilson Solicitor, and to Hon. E. L Smith I ,
y"after' arrivallhey tary of the
will
lando bus' was ,held up and A. F. on general business conditions. Treasury McAdoo to Sen *
'adminitration
"confer with President Wilson ant d Kunze, Webb and,Roy Sylvester shot, It was the first of series of talks closed the fiscal year Sheriff: ator Simmons, congratulating the
Secretary Bryan., Tuesday with its income exceeding "Greeting: On Jply 3,4 and 5 be chairman
,
Judge of the
t Lehmaih J. wilt 'probably enter a plea of not the preident plans to have in the near finance committee'
announced his'intention ; ordinary expenses by 3378445207. tween 200 and 400, autos from the
Semi- result of the
of returning
guilty and endeavor to show some future with captains of industry and operation of the new
to his home as ,soon as. 'he made. his. justification for their crime. The defendants finance, learning their views and giving The figures were announced by the nole, Orange, Osceola, Lake and oth tariff and income tax laws for the : ,

'official ,report, to,the state department can have no 'hope 'or any his own on the industrial and, ,I treasury: department late yesterday. er south Florida counties will pass fiscal year just ended. Senator Simmons

thing further than a smal .bond, financial situation of the country as Secretary McAdoo was especially through your county, over your roads, said the message from Secretary of

i Every indication) points to.the cer-: which they can make,and released d well as measures in congress. gratified over the revenue derived to and from your beaches. It is within McAdoo was a complete refutation
tai that from the ,new tariff and income tax jour power to .make this
ty the mediation conferences to "answer, to the criminal court of White said passing of the '"calamity cries" of Republican
will not' be Trestfmed.. : A'friend, of 'record July 13th. i ference House officials the con law. President Wfls n, Representative a pleasure to reasonable, sane drivers I and other critics of the Democratic

Calderon, who ,wag named by Car Cwmty Solicitor Wilber between the president and Underwood and Senator Sim -or to permit the trip to becomea tariff law.
ranza as his repriHsntative' at LjTilden Mr. Morgan had.been just a friendly: mons, who framed the tariff law,were nightmare. ,The people of your
.Niag Senator
will
prosecute and very "likely ,ask discussion of the general informed'of Gallinger, of New Hamp-
subject. the
ara Falls, today announced that whileCalderon that showing in congratu-- county have taxed themselves severalhundred shire, said
a heavy bond be required. In Mr. treasury conditions, as Me-
Morgan refused to
say a word lajtory from the
will : messages secretary. thousand dollars to build I
to
come Washingtonwith Adoo
view of the
,
sensational be
; nature of thebeing about the says may satisfactory but
,
meeting. Nearly $33,500,000 pouring into the ;shell ,roads for the'use of
the intention 'of; sane people,
,acting ,as crime. good deal of interest i the industries of the country certainly'
"There is absolutely'nothing I treasury June 30 brought the' total :and 'these people entitled
can are safe
spokesman for,' the constitutionalist t to
manifested and a large cnnfd will are not, and he produced letters from ,
say," said M', Morgan.' receipts for the, ,to I conduct over these
chief at an informal conference.to,beheld likely attend the hearing. .year ,up $734,343-. roads. New England manufacturers
Under :tvvxv, a million and a half above "It is your duty to that ,. ..' - shbWingt _
with uerta'envoys, he had little c running fire of questionsas I' see peoplein tnat they had lost business because '*

confidence that any l such conference, ., MOUNT LASSEN' IN VIOLENTERUPTION I he passed through the door of the Secretary McAdoo's original estimate' your county get what they are en, retailers can now buy goods cheapen 1'l",
will be arranged. executive offices he only shook his and turned into a surplus what had titled to."The in England than in America. Sena

j S head. and smiled. promised the day before to be a substantial people of your county have tor Hollis, Democrat b
of New Rampshire :
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'Huerta Envoys"Willing to Confee'Niagara Mineral, Cal., July ,2.-(Special.l;:) .As. he stepped into his carriage he deficitCorporation .and'income never .taxed oftautomobile themselves for the Con denied ,this, saying,he had.beenf hall '
said tax struction speedways."The .
Falls, Ont., 'Julyi-Corn : payment '
Mount Lassen in over the state and
violent
was again never sad conditions s t !
munication between the two warring eruption today. While ,"My visit with, the'president was_ furnished 'the stream of golda : board'of county commissioners better. ffi v 11i
today's ,
,factions" in ,Mexico;-which it is:hoped tion'was,not,as'1.ongas' those'yesterday ,' crop,' ,verytcordiaL You yrill'have to shim k' $,the. finish., From this:squrce .came have'', set" 'aside.. 'a'..certain. ... ..portion i ,Senator Martin, of New Jerse& i

eventually will lead &1onf erences for or the day/before, it was just as :what, we, talked about. $26,161,78282 between 'the opening oaf the Beach to be used as' a'speedway stated that, industries and .business '"

,for the establishment ofpeace;) was. violent and the accompanying, gas It was said ,at the White! House. and closing of 'the treasury Tuesday, on'JuJt 4, alone. conditions in his state 'were the' best' J
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that 111 and last night Secretary McA oo' "You, Mr. Solicitor, and ,' Mr.
begun today when the.delegation representing and sulphur fumes were much } Morgan had, asked for the you in its history. He cited i
pore and other' the Singfer -
administration Sherif,.liave it within
General Hqerta engagement and it was explained that officials your power to
formally noticeable., '
A
of '
addressed. to ,the:three South Amer caught, in then'sulphur'zone score ,tourists tvere. the ,two'men -,are personal friends* were pointing, to 'the fatal" figures as guarantee to the' sane ,people I,-passing: said Sewing, Machine"closed company? ,- which; 'he'
ican mediators a note (be transmitted an several Another version' of the meeting proof of their' promises 'as. to what ; was
were .slightly.. overcome be foreQIey each year for repairs, but owing
to-
to the constitutionalist. representatives reached the safety' that Dir: :Morgan had"been' invited ;could' .be accomplished. under{ the new "If you 'should ,find jt# necessary t o orders closed 'eelc't: .;;
zone. i unusual but one
tariff. fill the
in through friends,to Volusia county.jail'with speed
Washington. In this the give his views to this <*
"year.. '
the maniacs, '''will havi" r. 11
Huerta delegates express their willingness president: you> the mosthearty :. : ',
to discuss measures 'of:peace CRIMINAL C CURT Will CON NI E Next week the pteside'Jli'wilt have ESJAJEDfAl approval of the bestpeople., of, .Little Progress--With- Trust liilia' ....' .t"
!6OO OO .
REAL
with the'constitutionalists and bring an informal conference with Henry, [ [ [ [ NEAR{ R your county. :** ;
-'
y
Washington
:
to an eno the civil strife which has H JUlY 13JH Ford, the Detroit auto'manufacturer, "It you permit youf best:'citizens, July 2.-Special *
been devastating; 'their country for the. '. who '"wjll' be-,entertained' at luncheonat [ S RRfNTO. 1'your law abiding jealonable ,citizens The agreement of the senate Democrats d

last year., .' . ** 'f.-j, : ; < t'I t'a. the White.House., ,It;was.said the e -,- !and/visitors joberun: off the road, yesterday to stay in session dnd"

The JIuerla'delegatio.ni\YlOte- : in response Number of Important .Cases president had invited Mr. ,Ford. ,to bethrpwn,.into v FineFlorida. Home for ,their, property ,and lives speedily asp possible was',followedlton -
'' : ruined their
to a note from the mediators 'a Exchanged .
Been:] Docketed for \* .hiorgaila.'Presence: Surprise; : ... after
day roll ,
by call '
delivered .. Officials .Pittsburg endangered; qua will be severely; ce one, ; 'another in,
to Apartment :
them"as .
well as the Trial Then: _. close to the president saidMr. I f ; t '
sured.. : an lteinp.t; to maintain a quorum an$
,
American delegation, 'sUp ndipi. the Wilson would take such.an oppprtunity House t'J z ,
.t-
sessions of mediation because.the to outline' his 1 t !*. t "Twenty. miles ,an hour is. a, mail give' the ':pending trade commission; '
: j n- The criminat 1 court of record, of views:: to :the 1 bill 'consideration. them
ternational ,side of, 'the ,controversy y I tinge county wiU convene on Mon p', heads, ,of '"big, business",' in' person. C., C.Hamilton,' prominent i 'realestate I mum' safety speedon'a'shell' road- ,Unless:; .lsn a
I : safe for t"he drfrer 'for the : %ork, on the part,of Ihe
had been adjusted and calling t'at18n* J uly'13th, with Judge, Warlow presiding 'Mr.. Morgan's |ngagement! ,, was more e, dealer of.'..Pittsburgr'Pa., has. mail''i democratic
front of him and the leaders trust legislationwill
tion to the,correspondence with General or less ,iof ,for:. man behind
a surprise to thoe
and County Solicitor W. L. Tilden ,+-whQ perfected an exchange' deal involving: I 'be
still 'u.nd r consideration when
Carranza In ,which he as&ed for i prosecuting for the state. While me I have observed ;the; course. the president ': $60,000" jn*Pittsburgh and- Seminole e h's .tj. t '" the .
; flies.
more' to consult his } has taken he \unt'pro'perty our jails MB Officers, if youfind snow ,
me subordinatesabout docket has not bed> completed ; e ; entered. ,the ,: The'Florida' prop-
{ a' \ hite'' ''Hoase it ;c .ssarr-b..u insist, on' :therights Senator Simmons. ocupjed; \ the floor
peace conferences. %The Huerta number of cases are already listed r' in wing 'conferenceswith erty consists. !' of fifty-fonr acres oflapjd
most
s delegates, replied in, two >eparatecommunications trial 2tthe, forthcoming,'term. ': i captains of':,in ustry. It 'has ?,improved with a, fine ten, room of"the: 1 Jaw. abiding' citizens."' of today discussing the pending

'one ..setting- forth .It.is expected,that the':trial:of H: :; been, "pointed out,that,. Mr+Wi( orf1 was l dwelling! :and partly planted )n .fruit RTY "' 11 measure and advocating certain '
amendments
their ,own approval" ::and*,'gratification, Hobson'M5 V..;_ShirJfhfnd'J.. S. T receiying.-tbe big businesf men ninth,e. trees, djs known:as'the'"Eddiebnpropertp : i tot', : FOR' ,'SENATEK f TEA D' !?- which he',believed wouldimprove

at the amicable settlement' f:'the,.international t er/wh '.hE; d"up .the 'Jones auto b :'country less trequently.tban pre :."' 'This"i property is, .located(J y ,West. FlaVJuly. : '2- Dr," J. N. it.' He was- i interrupted f re* '

conflict, 'and the other,$r: list Saturday! ,'will,Be,the' -most irate : decessors, in, fact had! not ben'ask' 1 ngar.'Sorr nto'and'was owjied.J>y:'Mr. Fogarty,- state senator-elect .from.this quently by demands for a,quorum and, ), ,

tended for transmission to the constitutionalists estiegcaseto;come Before'the couTljeylwill ing'tleir advice at*alf on legislation n George PowelL,f a "f. I district, Is 'being boomed_ Jby' ,his each' :rtime Absentees h d'to"D Ef 1i ,

explaining:in'effect their t>.etchargecl?,with assanjwijjh affecting jSusinesl? ;aS: many gther *,The'Jittsbnr property. consists P' o f, :friends for"president of.the state'sen-, for befo p' the, business.- .' ,of the' bodf :r '
to begin .confer- "" 'f preside have done. : ate.. Dr. ') mentioned! oeNsisently could proceed. A'. ..
Jfadiness' informal f intent'.t : commi ;murder, thexVeme a'their- a large ,three: 'story b apartment yog&rtyytras
'
ences fQr.th'seIectlon ofa, proyisis >> on-* .! penal,' .iq! 'caseiof convictioiv. rency.bjfr. ash: pending in congress buflding i antaining',36rooiris.and1e 2 'the first part"af the year a? *. Senator Brandegee, of Connecticci:
president'and .... L ,_-___ a candidate for' ,from the eritici'sed.thebemocrats for .
;r : the solution'of ,kin"dpd Win fo'ffe state pen..YV the president evefideclinedao'receiv baths, and--wasjQwne: :(,by Mr.. HarreJ 1' congress tryingjto

? problems ,of an.internal.Barter. n 1'f 'some member! of the..llorga'1* firhiteHouse'offiJial .4- }ot bins,4iof g'Jiittsburg.The'apartment t* 1 fourth congressional district end his jam' through legislation i of such' vital

',11. '*: ...,.. "*. 4f:. ;; :. ' tlte''f"other 'cases' that will \! ; sai ittOday( house :1s: value{'at $ .000;an d' ,th e possible candidacy'arousedreat\ interest 'impprtancev "with only ',a corpora; t'$,

: .I ,:,-f'.. .-*' : >,.: '.. *... code Wore the court wi| be the trfi'B one of the ea t1res..which had'entered I Flojrlda\ 'j>ropertyat $0 Jfr Pow.; throughout the.di tricz.4Busriessreasbntibowever i. guard present. Senator Newlandi:at- '. '

Re!" !In,at 'Yen.eForeesto y Cr r ;: /' Berblf for::assault with intent into'.public'djsc I ssioih 6t the*adnJfnis- elt'eirpaytng"4,000icash, in... .the'lranseV. : .,*. caused(., him ,to, tempted to get anagreement'forVa
The disposition of. :the American, to ki}!, and two Chillers brothe: trajio ', trust legUlatfofl ''policy and / f ;} j" i' ** c decline! ix/make lie rac DJr.Fogarty'is ; time' /or a' .votbntfated.* 'NighC, r'P'

4 rces now at Vera'Crui has keen jeft o ,Ocoge. v'lhfce'aria gravated; as. what the ;tharacterired' %|lr.,:Robbfns will, occupy tie 'Sorj4fito j a gtatinch" progressive sessions will" be field' beginning JIoS-. <

for' consideHUon'jdntU ,suchime! ?> '\ault.charge.1, k11tvambe4 of whiskey* as't a "psychological_ > depression 'protetty,'."as a'. r'honie, and I'I''t c'rat and is ait present 'lerving. his Ty. V. >$, , 'Vt

the J two.faetions_agree, on the nW <6asV&\wU! 'cope",,.up,,\ A:;B. Kirland caus *u'.1%>yacampaigii, vt ,t ',tohalt; ''A th e.> ,will gfaV? imptayq*a F beautify'iJ *fourth consecutive-It *Jemv. ..as kinaydr I; kl . L- '
provisional! presidentWtol. 1 theiprd- i trust biUs"m waj'an'infert' / \ _, [{ i'r ' PXJ't' 36 BRITISI SUBJECTS IN
Jim ;J1 1 t 1 uddie ::'Singleton, of ,A congress., ,. .t 1$ : : i, :"
tocols, signed : epee tnat noT m Ea'Di ( --__ f' MEXICO' CTTY LEAVED ,
already ,. eovei mlnyv Ocoee\being imong, J tihe number. Mr/Wilswj tSd. fare to . INfLODCtNO-iBOUSE ; f" ,
phases-bf'the situation: .meet'big face to Va ce' ffna :' -' .. .- >It..t BASEBALL RESULTS. '. ', *'
rnternijpia They 'are..colored. Jnr[| Singleton! a btisinejs ; 4" \ t tF ARE" ..It k : t July
'it is"generally'recogniied'that'Wil: .,a weU\ know% ,Drj 'dot'tieglO.wi41 face discuss with them ers aUy, e', -, : Manchester; & N.'J ./.J 1y ."-- e S I fational iagne. '> / .' ex1co.'city, IJ ;Jn.lpi;; e of

prpvisionar ''go,yfernmerit '*is<: actuallyagreed two char d- ; eUing\.hiskey and ues in which ithey werj, 'sonterested. ,4t tt1l1 lives,}\era4l tea, : odayilrhe$ fir ero JJewYork-2Brookfyn7._ '. ," "' the i istent.adVice of Sit tionel Car ,

on and a date-sI,for'recognition -, gran t.w ( !11>',, t"' *V .,.*,* :. ,' ,.. Jy > "OP. >' \ t", tedrthe-i m telot't lodging hoot e' ,Chicago 5, :inannatl'3.f: : fi : den, Jhe British minister rily.thirt7f -. I

of, the new government, v.m d n-L :prp DeLaniy embezzlement, 'caseji resident Approlchiflg: Bgbjectil'i t; lee. '-John' eed was kjledwhen! heJumped L,BostoAPiuladelpWa \rain:*' I s -$Htislf subjects, mqitIr/ men

.cant roops vill!lot ibe withdrawn and \1)] also.bcailed for tqalColleagues I}:t .f. ,aD\Qpea 3litld/4. \s.' :fret 'a thirS, flpor<< window, .; . rl.de.ri an. League '.,'*4 ,.' .' .sad:,children, .!left for'_Vera,,:Craa, wday. -

international traestwns.not. finally. .set- .!: 1-' It -By a series'- ''-of- inf ornal cojif erences' Had ,Freaericlf Ceron a dUlberf,La- ,.Washington'< !,'iNew York.Philadelphia ;tit: They"are. ..wv' : theiF'ay'fr" Ja. ,

4 tIed 4 ,.4 '. probibJy would leave here with,Readers tl industry.Ao, fiaance Chsnce .were. tvffocadti{ 'theirzooms rl. 6-1, Boston, ?-?. l fl', : ciaica.'a *-)K: L.' f '

,The mediation'colony j#disposed to I tomorrow,* spending a' d|4y ii sight- it is the.idea' 'shoJ that jhS,prfesi-i. ; everal ijjher_lodgersi, were dhurt Detroit' .4, Cletland0, : r .r R: Severat.Rbo'" Iiaddecidedt6 leaver, 'Jt.

regard: the proaols :thus.far Signed s ejng +at.Buffalo.and..continuing' to is pp.r.oiDg. ,th\subjerflh f in:jumping i ')' t . : rf i' Federal League \* Rere tetted.at the, last'moment'V '.
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as terms; of:peafi ,which .represent an' New York on Saturday, *ere to,wait' tnt. mind, willing..to.. lh&the. ' ".... '" ,. .t .\ -. ,. ,.. t tsenate .}.'Indianapolis; 2, Chicago'7.;**' l. the'high rate of Jforrg&1eX ,
agreement between the'-United'Stales definite'wordS. to)he lime and place hews o'f' big"busiftes' .firtt'hand and the"timers itrawiiJg'near Brooklyn l.t'Suffalo Or.j' ,, the Mexican pesd,today being worth' .. .'

and ,Mexico to ''resume, diplomatic relations -J wh1ch i.the. constitutionalist delegates outline his own" Views rI return..in. Wtfy'lSfg* date' hit President'Wfiion }; Kansas, City 9, St.Louis : ' only:27 cents 9f American money. :" ,
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upon'pie fulfillment of a Dingle ., ri. all, designatf' for the' *,pjace confer- I Althoug-lj therV are fher subjectf "Jind' Attorney,General,McRey- "'tSttsburg, 4, Baltjmo're 3., : The"British minister today was the'yrgr' '

condition the establishment of, a' e.ices."- t 11?* iute/esting Mr. M rgan.at--present'in po l ds'hw eragteed ,upon filing the \ Southern League ? TiMontgomeJ'Y j of ,much bitter criticism'y _"'

4 provisional* government' by:agreement Ambassador Da Gama, bf Brazil,I witch the, government.lias a p31!,-it ant.a!, "suit'fo.r: the ,dissolution of : 5'Memphi3'1... : 4 his compartiots here..on account,..of, !

'of the Mexican factions.: It;is..being and Minister: Kaon, off Argentina, was said today's! Calk. was to ,be a the New" .Haven, merger tml6s j. the< Birmingham 6,'NashVll1e.4:' ", the radical change. ins'attitude. ""

taken, for granted: that''Carranza ultimately peed to leave here tonigh. personal pne on business. The Interstate Massachusetts; Legislature takes t certain Chattanooga 4"Mobile 1. t < ..

: 'will int del && :but ;no: "' 1 Commerce CommJ ion' report actunr aece&irf Jto a dissolution. New Orleans-Atlanta; wet grounds y THE. WEATHER vf) '. ..-!.
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J;f:t' one ventures,:: ,predict. :, II 1' ,Orlando' pennants' for jtona'j i off;, ita ,investigation\ n of financial 'affairs f tether t \3fris:.\subject was, limongose South Atlantic League I'- "ii* ,

t.q'. t: nnho Rlbua;:lead'i,f Jh e Huerta)' US." : 'flags for ,the fourth July. ,of the New Haven,railroad :is, tp eome v at today's confern6t Jacksonville 14, Augusta 6.: Florida :Partly cloudy Frida\and c ,'

:: ;oj)delegations" aid n'a'p, ' ti Wh, s, Curtis & 0'Neal, next pOsto 'ce "nearly ,ready for submission to the j t';en -*: kS k Savannah : Albany 3. Satur ayj probably,. local showers, f r
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I /;, ATE NEWS NOTES I I[! REMOVAL COFFEE ROASTING OF ROYAL PLANTH. MILLS HIMMIMIMM : : MIIIIIMOIM MMIMIIItiiiMWMMMMMMMMMMMM IMIIMMUIM *

t NOT WHAT WE GIVE. The Fulford Community club has ***+ ''MMMIilitllillliiMM lillliMHIi IIIMHUtltllllllliltM ..

His words were shed softer than purchased a club house.Fernandina's .
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Ohse and D. D. Awde announceto
,, leaves from the pine,
their and the
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patrons public ,"iMMimiiiiMM
,And they fell on Sir Launfal as municipal ice plant is large the moving of the Royal Mills ; ;; ; IMMIIMMttiilQMilMMHHM

snows on the brine, and is : Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure
now running everybody
That mingle their softness and Food Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone '
x quiet In one pleased. street next door to Mrs. Soper's mil-
With the shaggy unrest they linery, corner of Church and Boone M GRAND THEATRE
float down upon; The premium lists for the Escam- streets, where they will conduct an
to date coffee and tea store. Later
And the voice that was softer bia county fair are in the hands of ,up ; ; I
they will handle a full line of spices,
,
than silence said: the printer already. extracts, baking powders, etc. "
"Lo it is I! Be not afraid! In making this move they will be
In many climes without avail, better able to serve their customers
and Pensacola
Tampa officers are COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWNMlilMllliiillltllUMMIHIMatMIMMMMtlMilllMtttlMMMtl
Thou hast spent thy life for the than heretofore. Call and try a pack-
Holy Grail arresting auto drivers for over speed- age of their excellent coffees and

Behold it is here-this cup ing. teas. Remember the place, 201 Boone "
which thou street; phone 486; or get it from the
at door. Purity fresh-
The I. 0. 0. F. and W. O. W. wagon your ,
Didst fill at the streamlet for me are
ness, strength, full weights, and
but now; planning to put up a building in Ar- money saved you guaranteed TODAY
This crust Is my body broken cadia for their mutual use. money back. 7-1-1w
for thee.

i This water His blood that died The National Association of Train We insure your life and loan you "He Never Knew an exceptional Vitagraph. You j
on the tree; money on real estate at 6 per cent ,
The holy supper is kept indeed, Dispatchers finished its annual con- interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., know what
In whatsowe share with anoth vention at Jacksonville June 18. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. vou may expect.

er's need; 325d&wtfCow & 1

Not what we give,.but what we Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf t
share. Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- "
"A Page From Yesterday a Selig drama. It's good.
for
Write
For the gift without the giver Is For the news, read The Sentinel ford 519tf.HMIIIIMHMmiMMM Fla.. or phone prices. .
bare;

Who feeds gives himself three- with his alms MlimitlHMMHI+ "Fast Freight No. 3205,." a Kalem drama

Himself his hungering neigh I

-James bor Russell and me."Lowell In "The THAT ORCHESTRA

Vision of Sir LaunfaL" McCulloohs


CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.

LATIN PHRASES.A .


t easily Gross slip punishable.negligence of the tongue is a is fault not: .DEPARTMENT[r [ 1 STORE.( V Saturday..."The Navajoe Blanket."


gross fault is a fraud.A .. Monday.."Kathlyn."
maxim is so called because
I its dignity is chiefest and its

: because authority universally'the most certain approvedby and JELLY 'TUMBLERS Friday July 10th.Brewsters Millions."

all
Nothing is perfect while some "lllllllllllllllllllt44iCIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III11 11111. II111 11ftt
FRUIT JARS aOI"lttt'I'GIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIOI'IOII1IIIr lllllll.I. . . '
thing remains to be done.
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Nothing is Invented ,and perfected
at the same moment. All kinds
You are not to do evil that ." 'IIJI.r .....e"IIII'II.t"I'IIIIIIII.IIII'toStatement I'111"IIIIII'III'I"I
good may come of It. .....1.111..1 I 111'1111' "

Often it is the new road not PRESERVING KETTLES

traveler.the old one which deceives the of the Condition of the : IIIHi! .


r 20 S. Orange Avenue. I Orlando Bank & Trust Co,

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Orlando, Fla.,
MARY MAGDALENE. ..HMMMIMiMMMMIIIIIIIMMIMimMillHIMIH it
1 "Why wilt thou cast the roses _ ___ __ At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
from thine hair?
Nay, be thou all a ,rose wreath. MMMUMIMillillMIMMMIMMHIMMIMHillilinGRAND RESOURCES.Loans .

and cheek.
s lips and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
Nay; not this house-that banquet -
house we seek. VIEWNewest Our-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 31

1 See how they kiss and enter. Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,01833

Come thou there. Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

I o This delicate day :of love we. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
too, will share'
.
Till. at our ear love's whisper- $724,185 88
: .: I ing night shall speak.
and hotel in
most
up-to-date LIABILITIES.
What sweet one!, Hold'st thou ,

t\ still the foolish freak? Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 .00
Nay when I kiss thy feet Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

*,- ." tb'ey'lIleave the stair." Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
r' 0h, loose me,! See'st thou not
Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None _
my Bridegroom's face
That draws me to Him? For Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

} His feet my kiss Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506

My hair my tears He craves to tern North Carolina. Open July first. A..
day. And oh. $724,185 88
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day and place Resene Carried by the Bank . . . . . $$291,393

'Shall see me clasp those blood i Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89

He needs stained me.feet calls" of me.His loves? me. MRS. J.. R. McFADYEN, Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

Let me go! t
Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

6-20-d&w CANTON, N.C.IIHMtmiMMIIIMtMIMtMHIIIIIIilimilMlitlt. Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49


INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,911 48
GOOD GOVERNMENT. I 1
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; It used to be an applauded The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto

political maxim which was expressed persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
: In pie words. "Meas "STARVING TO DEATH"Was
'ures,, not men." 1 venture to T treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

deny the soundness of this maxim Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

;;" and to propose in its place ij safely conducted bank are cordially invited. .

: ures.its converse" 1 think"Men.the first not need meas of Mrs. Bell, of Florida, When :11! "I IIIIIIII: I'11Itlt' :::::::::::::::::::::':::':::::::: :::::::::::

\ good government, like the first
She Began Taking Peruna.
need'Of a large business corporation
is the right men to ad- Miiiiin 1 f
Tea I was starving to death," we heard from her, December 1912,
minister
it-right In character
aid Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
t j in ability:; In patriotism in dis- Florida, Box 204. "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof For Sale ;
Interestedness ,* Better a take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach, see Ills of Life," sent
hundred ,,times an honest and I thin?. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co, Columbus
:: capable administration of an floured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. I IMod'ern

erroneous' policy than a corrupt very much swollen My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined i .
and incapable administration of acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are : : 8-room : : ;
was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same
"A a food 'one.-John Edward doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat. Catarrh of i : House 2 doors : :I
Phelps. wL me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derange
I growing worse.I the functions of these organs. The I
I i of Wyoming -: :
Wasln Despair.. I stomach can no longer digest food. : west Just arrived car load
I The food lying in the stomach, even
"In my despair I caught at every 'for a short time without digestion i : Hotel. Bar- : : immediate -
APHORISMS.
PENN'S. traw. Picking up a newspaper I saw .immediately sours. The souring pro- FORDS for
', j. Better say; nothing'than not to some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation. jjgain. !
'. from' who had ;
testimonial a woman
the. delivery.Get
purpose. \ Food Sours In the StomachA .
.. been troubled much like myself. I
In all debates'Jet truth'be thy
concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is < i .' '
; aim, not victory endeavor or an unjust interest I Wrote,to Dr. Hartman. absorbed into the system by the blood : : yours nowF.
and to gain vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe : : A. L. Bentley,
rather than to expose thy antagonist "At the same time I wrote to Dr. whole system, producing a condition ,
Hartman. He pronounced my case now known as autointoxication; j : 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE | j G. RUSH,
and bowels.
catarrh of the stomach
I
; It is not enough that a good self poisoning. The fermenting Irritating -
I soon began taking Peruna. At mass as it passes down Into Phone 226
thing be right if it be not fit to taking 41111111111111111IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH
: once I began to improve. After the bowels Irritates the bowels producing /
be done. If not prudent*though half a bottle my stomach was so sometimes a chronic diarrhea..
just it is pot advisable. He that improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing very opposite -
:+ loses by getting bad'better lose I Began Recover. constipation.The ; 4

than get. Then this good housewife goes on average dyspepsia ft medicine SUMMER TIME is : ;
4 Knowledge the treasure. to narrate in detail her rapid im- helps to artificially digest the food. .
: but judgment the treasurer of a provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does its '
TIMEAre .....
'.. wise man.Patience. said "After taking,two bottles of.Pe- work it Is only temporary. A perma- FLY
and diligence 'Ukefaith. ruaa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when windows screened '
t_ remove mountains.. to wash the dishes." When she began the catarrh Is overcome. -i those Patented detach- : -4

6 a -Seek not to'be rich but happy. taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The yet? used all
. pounds. After she had taken five able hangers on
, The one lies in bags the other symptoms of catarrh of the
a in content which wealth bottles of Peruna she ,weighed 122 stomach are: First, heartburn. Sec screens. No ladder need-
can pounds She concludes by saying ond. food rises in throat after meals. ed to take' off or put on ,
never give. that she is wellIt Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavy windows.
-"i when washing
4A man., like watch, is to be Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth, stomach
i valued tor his goings bloated, belching of gas. Sixth, pal
The letter from which the above R.J.WALDRONContract
:\ :t We should not be troubled for made was received pitation of heart. Seventh poor digestion ( .
were
Quotations
.."'itl whtit'we cannot" help; bat if it January 29. 1IOL In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth aid Bender r
NANCY HALL
,.,,:*J was our fault let it be so no written September 11, 190t. she says tongue coated" light brown. Ninth, Street WOOD; COAL AND ICE and Porto Rico sweet
West slips
":. more. Amendment is repent- 1 s&g the praists of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 Wood, ft50 a strand up. Hind'i Quick potato Mvery at Cast$L75 per 1,000.

x\- ance. If not repm.t1on.FromJ'raItI near It is used a great deal In our around Tenth, waist cannot bear tight clothes I u 1IIIIIIUIlI1I1II1II..jRead (W Yssd..;boa 566. 9-31-tf Co., Apopka, Ha., Apopb 6-24-tt Plant
'" < '. of Solitude" Yidnlty. This seems to be a bad
., ) ( place for e&IIntLW.. have received People who object to liquid medi I Subscribe for :
eines obtain Peruna Tablets the advertisements daily. I' Job prating at the Sentinel ft* SatiatL.F
Itttoi from her since. The last time can now ,
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ri'The BARNUM'S QUICK WIT. GENEROUS WEBSTER.Daniel OAKLAND NEWS NOTES
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: He Turned It to Account When Hit Was Willing to Do Uncle Sama Word comes from Mrs. Mather yur.m'

Book Old Lion Was Killed. Big Favor. Smith
that all are well and happy.
Jcrap Among the features of the parades Daniel Webster was a much greater Mrs. Hamilton Smith was improvingall '"
of Ike Barnum irons there formerly and .
was more impressive human
presencein the time. Goes out to see all her EOLA PARK
POST CARDS
one that never fulled to attract the old Franklin house taproom

f Not uagnetism. attention. On the top of one of the than any of LL, contemporaries or sue- friends in Highland Park in her wheel

t Returning to his own home one wild beast cages lay an enormous Hon. cessors. The best stories were always chair. We are so glad to know this We have recently received a shipment of

; nta"t Professor Jinks wished to knowthetime He was not confined In any way, upd about him and almost invariably hinged good report. handsome hand

: and to this end be bustled up nervous people watching the parade upon his notorious Indiscretions In Rev. Query had the misfortune to colored portals of the new

clot to lamppost wbere be unbuttoned would shudder at the sight and con- the matter of overconviviallty. Someof step on a rusty nail one day last park, with a good view of the fountain. Also
his overcoat template the terrible possibility of the these anecdotes for sufficiently obvious -
', looked at lion springing Into the midst of the reasons. never got beyond the week which gave him considerable one of the new Methodist in black and white ,

his watch and' crowd. currency of oral tradition. Others have trouble. Mrs. Query' and Annie were which can hardly be
distinguished from real
then buttoned his Bat the venerable old king of beasts been Judiciously edited and passed into ill for a few days, too, but all are

coat again. had reached the leonine dotage, and print One which I had from original reported better. photograph. Our fine reproducticn of Yowell-

AU this done. stiffened muscles and blunted claws hearers may possibly have escaped Mr. Hickman came from Ocala Fri Duckworth building has a 'best seller
proven
the professor at- rendered him harmless. He was as general publicity.The day to see the home folks a day, before -
tempted to reV mild as a kitten and in the winter noble DanieLas everybody knows. leaving for Georgia.Mr. Keep your friends posted on the growthof
quarters where he was allowed to was before be was just. He
sume his generous
way Hewitt has had a deep well Orlando. 5c for 3 cards
but not a step roam at will, sometimes had to be pro- was readier to help others out of debt ,
could be move. tected from the onslaughts of irreverent than to discharge his own obligations.He dug this past week. It is about one

He was held to and mischievous puppies. would remember a friend in need hundred and forty feet deep. This W. S. BRANCH

the spot by some One night he wandered from the and borrow money of a third personto will improve this place greatly.Mr. ,

inexplicable power quarters. In the course of his travels relieve that friend's necessity and and Mrs. Hancock are enter The Arcade Book and Music Store

and in vain he be chanced on a barn where a meek then forget to pay the party of the taining relatives from Villa Rica, Ga.

tried to collect eyed cow was placidly chewing her third part Hence chronic financial Mr. Will Tilden and family have
himself sufficiently cud. A faint flicker of the slumbering embarrassmentOn

to figure Jungle spirit stirred his pulse, and witha one notable anniversary Daniel gone to the Daytona Beach.

+ it out: crashing blow of the huge forepawthe Webster was called upon to "say some Wednesday afternoon of last week *

"What's wrong. cow was slain; then lying down thing" on five different topics of more Mrs. Collier entertained a party of 1llamrnond&GoreFUNERAL e

HOT A SUP COULD HE professor asked beside his victim, he went to sleep and or less specific gravity. The last and seven at a delicious luncheon. As

M0vt a policeman coming dreamed of the time when be was a weightiest was "The National Debt"It the ladies were seated Mrs. Collier

the scene and noticing the man's shaggy little whelp playing with his was late and the banquet had already announced that this was in honor ofa

pen In "Can I help you any?' brothers under the bright; sun of his passed the "walnuts and wine"
ninth of June-
"I you may," answered the fcroff African home. ,* stage when the mighty Daniel arose joint birthday-the DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

purged professor.. -Evidently through In the morning the owner of the cow, wearily for his culminating outburst of of Mrs. Monroe and herself. The

som magnetic Influence I am utterlyuna a stalwart female with the blood of oratory. Thrusting one hand into the place cards were hand painted butter REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

le to move from this place." Irish kings in her veins, entered the expansive bosom of his coat he stood flies and surprises were fancy fans.

">p magnetic influence about It, profess barn with milk pail! in baud. She was there in his familiar Jove-like attitude Those present were Mesdames Vick, COMPARE

**," smiled the cop on making an filled with wrath at the sight that met trying to think what his subject was Michael, Hickman, Baxter, Brock,
investigation. "You have buttoned her gaze. With a keen edged ax in her supposed to be.
Monroe, and Miss Gertie Speer. They
your; overcoat around the lamppost" hand and grim determination in her "The National Debt. whispered the OUR FURNITUREWe
she toastmaster. him. had a delightful time.
.Exchange. eye fearlessly approached the prompting
sleeping lion and when the men sent With superhuman dignity the New The :Masons of Orange county gave

Friends. out to search for him arrived be lay England Demosthenes pulled himself their annual picnic at the park on provide the quality of furniture that has long

Through the stubble field of troubleTo cold In death. Barnum promptly paid together and in deep organ tones spake Thursday, June 25th, by invitation of been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

It the the Journey stream where we are pleasures taking: bubble for the dead row and engaged to appear thus: the Winter Garden-Oakland lodge. A standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

While ire tramp the weary way on exhibition "the woman who In "And now we come, my fellow citizens big fish fry was given, two hundred wouldn't be here were it otherwise. We can't make

And the measure of our pleasure mortal combat had slain a lion." to that momentous consideration.the of fish cooked and eaten.A this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Teaches us to guard and treasure national debt gentlemen, the national pounds being
this business and that
Every friend who stops to greet us debf-fumbllng in his waist Masonic chowder was also made, means much to any buyer.
With a smile from day to daj.Ffiends tittle! Things. .
coat pocket-Mwhy-it-ril pay it my- and according to our friend Joe Petris
are few or friends are many, The regular practice of doing the
j Jl ere are very seldom anyWWWbbho harder thing of taking the braver &elf.-Frora "Reminiscences of Henry could only be eaten by Masons, as it McNOH & DAVIS BLOCK
uplift our hopes who. do not Clay Barnabee." but ,
Masonic secrets
their
Give the friendship which we course in life's smaller incidents, prepares contained ;

Make of friendliness a study.yearn. one to do the same in life's great Pursuit it was boiled down so the ladies could Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla. ,
4 Be a friend to everybody events.-William T. Ellis. The Pleasure. enjoy it too. Your scribe failed to ;
And the world will be your We smile at the ignorance of the savage L _ _ J
Dist friend in return. see the register. Representativeswere -
Arkaic.A who cuts down the tree in order to _ _ _i t
there from Monte Verde West
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reach its fruits. But the fact is that a
Evidence of Guilt. proud Washington hotelkeeper blunder of this description is made by Apopka, Apopka, and Orlando. From _- t,
Vice President Marshall
was showing
A famous English judge who was Mr. Eldredge from Orlando, #
u collection of antique furniture be every person who is overeager and Apopka, ; .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'
Tery with severe friend on the bench was walking has in a period room in his inn. impatient In the pursuit of pleasure.The Judge Warlow, Mr. Cheney, Mr. .
a near Sedgebrook, in Lincolnshire
"Where did you get It?' asked the Duckworth, and their families, Mrs.
when
y they came across some
old stocks. His vice president Wrong Bird. Mann and daughter, and many others, We Will Put the Reins

lordship thoughthe "I got It from Moses. the Innkeeper One of the well known magicians to the number of eighty. About one
9
would like answered naming a local dealer. not long ago had a queer experience in all. .
to hundred and fifty were present y
1 I experience the "Is that so?" commented the vice but the people in the theater had more The Fire girls sold lemonade.The of Success in Your ti
Camp
sensation of sitting president "Now from the looks of it I : fun out of it.than he did. One of hN !

in them should have supposed you got it from i tricks was to shake a sack to show Epworth League sold ice cream. .

and, the key of Xoah-Satiirday Evening! Post. i that It wa empty and then to draw They did well and it added to the Hands ,;

the padlock having out of it an egg, after which be would comforts of the crowd. 1 yEt; :

been obtained Diamond Cut Diamond. always reach In again and bring out t

he took his Once upon a time there were In the hen that laid the egg. Of course FOURTH OF JULY How? By furnishing you witha .. r
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place on the seat Paris two papers, the Razor and the he had to have- help in this, and one .
with legs out Scorpion. which were always going for night he bad a new man who did perfect FertilIzer. Let our representative .: t:

stretched and everything just as he had been told Fish fry at Russell's Point. Good .
call He will >
was securely fas- until it came to this act. Reachinginto music, dancing, bathing, and other on you. give you a <; c
iii the bag, he drew forth the fowl
tened In. '
Take Jones' 'bus in front of formula that will make and }
sports.
mature
It was an Iso at the usual time. but Instead: of the '4t
i 28tfIt .
lated spot and''. ulfffflJ hen an old rooster hopped down on to postoffice. H1i.L
fruit.'f
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his friend quietly I the stage. ruffled its feathers and your : .f' 1J....,
disappeared TUB STOCKS HELDKBJL strutted around crowing with all itsmight 'J., ;.
will to let us do some ,
pay you ,
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round the comer I while the audience laughed _
and waited to see what would happen. and the magician went out to hunt bis of your printing. We do it right. S -I'. t, .

His lordship,.having had more than new helper.

vain enough to release of the experience himself but struggled the stocks in I One of the Old Guys. Trees Tile Soutlieril f Fertilizer r COi) Wl.

held him firm, and at last he appealed Henry Phipps, who accumulated a Griffing's

a to a yokel who was passing to assist few hundred million dollars making Give Results

him in getting free. steel in the good old days, has little ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA 't1]
The yokel stared at him curiouslyfor use for the Beau Brummel type. One Order your ROSES and ARBORVI- "

some seconds. .t Jd glance at his appearance would lead TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALS 11111111111111'llllllellll'IIIIIIIIIII'lllllllillit. 4!

"No," he said at last shaking his one to believe that his clothes were now. Office opposite P. 0. arM '

head; "I dursen't; thee worn't put in remnants from the civil war, and he --- --- - -- -. -- =-:- 1,** .

they for nought!"-Pearson's Weekly. backs up this belief by carrying an GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne ;t;ftHiMIIMtMMitlHIMIIIIMIIIIfliltH. .... *ttt: 1 t 1

old faded Important .
umbrella. Having an reason: r-'"

Equaled His Solemnity.Lord matter to take up with Chair- The Griffings are the best and : 4 r

Lyons, the famous ambassador, man Gary he dropped into the great most experienced propagatersin PEAS\r !
was cot what one would call a witty steel corporation offices and was stop- the state, and one or more COW ;

man, but there is one good story told of the five are always on the ... ,.If.
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of him showing that he could make an ground. .: :" 4Jf
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apt reply on occasion. W H. BROKAW \ .
One of his friends, Mr. Augustus j F
Craven, was intensely mysterious in I Salesman f' ,,i 1t:3' i '
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manner, and orce on meeting him in C Grapefruit and Orange Trees 'f'Ve' ; ; ;
Q..fi tl'.w have a limited supply of IRON AND BR&B-'
London Lord Lyons asked if his wife '
v i 0 i y
"WHO ABE YOU reach j
was with him. quotatloiis'tiaming I. .
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for -
It happened that Mrs. Craven was other with great ferocity. Every 4MHMIIMIHMIIIIIIIMShoe ** "....
staying with Lady Cowper at Wrest week people bought the Razor to read quantity desired. Price sure right. T. t. "

and Mr. Craven replied in his solemn how it cut at the Scorpion and the Repairingby f

'1 slow, mysterious way: I I Scorpion to ,learn how it stung the We carry constantly a full line of crate,)naterial, of J.c ff

"She Is at Wrest. Razor.A PARCEL POSTMen's '. ,' .
1 "Requiescat in pacer! replied Lord certain philanthropist felt painedto all kinds. 0-. :. ... 1 ..i' .'. #:if',1. $ ..r

Lyons with equal solemnity. see such violence, so be invited the Ask for prices Tomato Egg Plant Car'' \ j | J' A
on
Pepper
two editors to dine in the hope that Half Soles, 7sc to Sse: , ,......,*

Doing Her Duty. over good fare he could make peace Ladies' Half'Soles, 60c to 75c riers, etc. Phones 181191. ?-.% }:'' < :" J'f 1

The ten days of warfare in the between them. At the appointed time Children's Half Soles, jOcto 750 ; .

streets in the City of Mexico that one lean melancholy man presented Turned Soles $Lou ; -
Hand ,
ended with the overthrow and deathof himself and was ushered in. After an : Iff
Heels Repaired, 250 P1. F. 3D-att Dii :
President Madero were days of terror interval as no other guest approach t : i

and,bloodshed. let says the Bet. ed the host demanded: All work returned in 24 hours.Ordirswitboutremittarlce ,{ ", ,

William Watson in the Spirit of Missions "Who are you may I ask; the edlto returned SANFORD FLORIDA ." o' I" "lk..1.. ;
C. 0. D. We pay '
they were not without their of the Razor or Scorpion ,

amusing aspectTbe "Both." said the sad eyed man. return postage. 5.15-tL-. s 1 tt .

German lady living next to 4 :".f tl".J"'. : ; !
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Deaconess Affleck'was very much excited Caught In the Act A. Hanson HI 1111111111111111111 m I111I11I11 l y I.i II. ,I) '.....I' ; tl. t.c _
and asked if her family
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ought not to leave that neighborhood. used to perform very creditably on the t 19 East Pine Street "_ '.."t -- .' ...T .' f" !1.
When I advised her to do so, she remarked FLORIDA HIIIMIIMIMIMMIMMMMHMIIMHIIIMMMMm_
violin and be usually spent the even ORLANDO \
I do wish bread was *V v ; .
"Oh. my i
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ing playing to a friend who kept a ...1 .t : >: . .. ; {
until I it out MillHIMMIIIIIiMIIITakes ..
baked! J< cannot go get small shop in the neighborhood. These "\I7Lj.Gill V'tl.v It.,.
of oven." For half-hour she ;
the a Impromptu concerts took place in the 'W1S STOPPED BY AK OFFICE BOY. New 3tS\t t .. '
raced back and forth between the oven w ** :
and. door. When the bread parlot behind the shop after closing who to Freckles . -S : .. *. .. ;4i j
t thejfront ped by an office boy happened Off ,
hours and one evening as be was making -, !I .... I ,
was baked she fled and left it behind be .new on the job. ,
his his frend's fire
to place
f engine raced way past him. a "t'want to see Mr. Gary!" snapped Removes Tan. The latest. fafef.: .. .if V.

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Making Him Comfortable. He joined In the crowd that followed Phlpps. T '
Admiral Peary' discussing hotels iriKnPa* horrified to find*that hfr ,"Can't see him." answered the boy. BeanUfy rid of those your freckles.complexion.You Get . > to ;".- tfIN \ *u
with 'a i Washington reporter, said: add JThere's been four other old guys here can ,
friend's shop was on fire. To tat '
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invest SOc in a jar of WI! i =
"Modern hotels are;becoming more his dismay suddenly rememberedthat before you this morning looking for SON'S.FRECKLE CREW THE EASf If k

and tnbre luxurious. Every' bedroomnow he had left his precious'vtoyrf fa', ...bindoutL"--Argonaut... and they'll disappear Severe t '?;x
sits private Wth and dressing the/fjack parlor the night befoul, "'1.f case may require two jar*- J?
room. These hotels\can't do enoughto Alarmed: for the safety of.1llS?"bsUf-i 1 Just What He Wrote. no more. We positively guarantee -

mitfe you'comfortable. In fact" he meat be rushed into the blajlqg shop, '' 1 leek For Thee In Every FIower," this,land if your complexion :MISSES : 1Jm'i
said, Tcrhen ,I, stoppeC Just after my isn't fully restored to ':
.-'lid made MI way to the place where. s/tenor'solo had been selected by the
return!from the North ole, at Simeon .. its nataral beauty, we agree to refund you .
be knew it would the who to
bejyingvtucked,4t: 'visitor from city was sing money without argument' And in addition, M
'Ford's] luxurious hotel, Mr. Ford under his:. Jacket and after:%>rfrnggle: .t4Atke tillage concert Being asked WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine fragrant for 'BarClay.qrset lfr'
bow'and rubbed his bands and said *. *.,' toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to 01fal Agents $
retched the doorway'agaln. 'f! % !1r' was going to sing, he wrotethaat'he t.does positively remove TAN and! 1
am sly; But no sooner had lie teamed"tbe, fed Chosen "I Seek For Thee"flat FRECKLES. Try it at our risk Price 50e- *
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L i te-sball: do everything to make sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars 100. + : f&p
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street than a burly policeman'poujced Th l-. )., .In the.program it accord- WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. \\ilsoa McCafl's :Patterns ; .
.yon (fed at home. Wo(ld.you like a on him and arrested him.on<*!cpKK* }appeared as "5ong-1:Seek Fort Freckle Cream Co.- Charleston, & U, makers m4HHMMM ,.
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4 t -nice I large. .- cake- of- Ice.;" >" .u roar bed, Q(.stealing. .violin from the Bbep.<4V .s ee.In a.Flat.'. for sale by -t .z. .;to i': o .a .
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DAILY SIDELIGHTS I LINER WITH 100 PASSENGERS '"AMERICA" MADE FOUR SUC

-- GOES AGROUND CESSFUL FLIGHTS -
ith Florida SentinelMORNING
(By W. S. Branch) I -

AND WEEKLY I We read the other Bay that an attachment I Montreal, July 2.-The Canadian i Hammondsport, N. Y., July 2.-
x' J081AH FERRIS. EdlUr and Owner. for a typewriter often madea I
( With
j Pacific railway steamer Assiniboia, Special.)- Glenn Curtiss at the
wife jealous. Naturally if the business wheel the
with one hundred aboard I trans-Atlantic flyer AmelI -
passengers ,
Entered at UM jwtoffict at Orlando Florfca. :
u Second Clau Mail Matter. man who owns the typewriter :went ashore early today at Bad I ica" made four successful and spectacular NOT TO KNOW
USAlmost
becomes too much interested in the
j Neighbor shoal, Cove Island, Georgian flights this afternoon. The
) SUBSCRIPTION RATES "attachment' ," or in other words, the I I final flight made at of
i IHfly. 1 Year ........*.................$.5.00DaD Bay. was a height
a ,, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 operator. I News of the reached I little more than twenty feet, and over
+' Daflr. 3 Month ...................... L2S * grounding the a i
distance of
Da1iy. 1 Month ....................... .50 offices of the Marconi Wireless Tele more than a mile, at a I If ,
Of course Roosevelt may run again speed of 62 miles an hourA total
/
graph company here from the radio 'f:;
Weekly 1 Year ......................; 1.00 for president; what,has been may be. load of 5,007 pounds was hanging on Jri / '
weedy. 6 Mrathi ..................... 7S -Times-Union. station at Saulte.Ste. Marie, Onto ;'/ \-:-
I j' the America's wings. Four snappy it1t:1' f; I rt
} I The wireless the Jr : "'"
operator on ship .
TO ADVERTISERS: And Roosevelt may be a has-been. tests of the America were made, and 't. :'f _l'
!said it was thought the Assiniboia "
He is agitating his too ,
candidacy the flyer incidentally broke its own '
C.P7 fir display ad all wUierafrertbiiif bad.set early in the game. Enthusiasm is 'could back off as she was swinging, record for weight lifting. Never has w'.- ;
mast be banded U at the bssiaes.
fff
and there
eleven fathoms ,
t ems .f the Sentael net later than 2 p. mF likely to cool before time to vote. j' were of the America planed with such ease -t=--: n r Z t 1,
the day before ,lIbIicat1t... This tale applies I j!water under her stern. Her forepeakis j
I or reached the top of the water with w
tp cftanrc for contract advertising: it U
UtarUhle and wlfl be strictly adhered to. It is said that the H in Huerta is leaking slightly. The weather this such speed. She obeyed her leversand t
!morning was calm and foggy.
silent, but we are inclined to think her rudders and planes like
.
SaJbieriben desiring The Sentinel discontinued
should notify the office in writing en that the rest of him makes a lot of. The steamer Manitoba was calledto things alive.
the date of expiration otherwise it will be noise. It looks as though no im : the assistance of the stranded ves c
continued at the regular subscription rates, I
notes notice to atop is received. provement in government can take 'sel, although it was said she is in no TWO CUSTOMS DISTRICTS PLAN !

place until a stronger hand than a : danger.
FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914. Washington, July Two customs
Mexican takes hold of it. If our I j I: The Assiniboia was bound from districts in Florida, with headquarters 4 argues

Uncle Samuel could walk in and take :,, Saulte Ste. Marie to Port McNicoll. at Jacksonville and
Tampa, Key
Wear
an Orlando pennant to Day-
tona the fourth. matters in hand how quickly would I I west to be in the Jacksonville dis- you
on '
law and order prevail and everybodybe HANGING AT MIAMI trict, is a possible solution of the i' r

a sent about his business. II I fight being waged by Tampa for removal yourself
Duval county will vote *
on a one
Miami, Fla., July 2.-Positive instructions of the customs headquartersfrom
million dollar bond issue* for good Winston Churchill was three years I to hang Joe Brown Friday Jacksonville to that city. The / unknownThere

roads on August 4th. writing the "Inside of the Cup," a I I were received from Gov. Park Tram- suggestion was made by Senator i

o book that is classed as a novel, but mell at Tallahassee by Sheriff Dan Hughes of New Jersey, member of

Don't miss an opportunity to boost which has exercised a more stirring 1 Hardie yesterday. His two weeks' the subcommittee of the senate

Orlando Saturday by failing to have effect on the popular mind than any I 1 I stay of execution ends Friday between finance committee before which the

Orlando pennants on your car. technical work on theology in the last !I 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. I hearing was held this afternoon. The are many who know us in the ordinary .

o decade. His books are said to be as j I'i Brown was convicted of the murder hearing was to have been held this general of business who
A Punta Gorda man delares mos- dean as the north wind from his own but way come
morning because
lof Charlie Stanford at Perrine sev- was postponed
quitoes do not cause malaria. Grant- White mountains. Here we have a :|I I oral months ago and was sentenced Senator Thomas of the committee was in and secure what they want, but some-

ing the possibility that he is correct, lay preacher'and a novelist combined to pay on the gallows the penalty demanded busy in the senate. times fail to take the .opportunity of seeing

the,mosquito gives no promise of becoming in a thoughtful and useful man who I f'I by the laws of the state of The Jacksonville delegation said more fully what we have.

a favorite household pet. believes in a more democratic church,'1 J those who commit the crime of mur two districts would suit that city. We want those who do this to feel that
o where not only well to do businessmen

The DeLand News refers to Dayton but wage earners also shall pass I der.Lawyers for the condemned man NOTICE the freedom of the store is theirs. We

4! Beach as "our beach. Correct the plate. want them to feel, like a great number of
I' applied to the executive ,for a reprieve Of Application for Tu Deed Under Section 8
: you are, but if you get stingy with it * so that they could submit ar of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida others KNOW that this store is

we will take "our ocean" away andthen Eight or ten years ago, when we 1 guments to the pardoning board in i Notice is hereby given that Cary Hand of
; you won't have beach. were a tenderfoot in this neck of the : Orlando. Fla.. purchaser of tax certificate "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
any ( support of a' petition to change the No. 250 dated the 5th day of June. A. D.
!o woods, we were told that green lawns i sentence to life 1911. has filed said certificate in my office PLACE"in
imprisonment.
and has made application for tax deed to
Jacksonville has were a physical impossibility in the
won the first t issue in accordance with law. Said certificate .
round of the customs headquartersfight Florida sand and we often looked embraces the following property situated in every sense of the word.
I Gulf Refining company got the con Orange county Florida to-wit: Lot 21, blockC
and we are still backing that back with longing to the fine greencarpet I tract to furnish fuel oil for the Goodwin's addition Orlando. The said
.city to win all the rounds. The cus of Kentucky blue grass which : op land being assessed at the date of the issuance -
eration of the waterworks of St. Petersburg of such certificate in the name of
toms headquarters will go just wherethe we so carefully tended in the North. Unknown.
at $1.05 per barrel, of 42
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
two Florida senators want it to But lo! the impossible has come to :! gallons. It was estimated that 5,000 according to law tax deed will issue thereonon
go.. pass and the handsome lawns in OrLando j the 4th day of August A. D. 1914.
,barrels would be required. The only Witness my official signature and seal this
a can scarcely be counted. We the 3rd day of July., A. D. 1914.
competitive bid of $1.08 made
i They are accusing Editor ClarenceE. certainly have "the bug," and it has I the Standard Oil company.was by (Seal Clerk) Circuit Court.B. Orange M. ROBINSON County Fla. Are You
'" Woods of going to Kentucky and been clearly demonstrated that what I!, Planningto

Winking seven quarts of buttermilkin one man can do, his neighbor can do'! Buy garden seed from DeLaney WANTED-To buy or rent, at reasonable I
your -
1 one day. His'denial of this base likewise. This beautifying process i s' & Abernethy. Just received a rate, a boarding house,
slander agaiiist his native state is contagious and is making good for big shipment of fresh seed. 313tiMIIMIMMIMMPMIMM close 732tIMttMIMHIIIIIMUMI in. Address B. G., Box 324. take vacation this year? If you are,

'confidently expected in the next issued our city. .
then let us help you solve that ever per-
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the Eustis Lake Region.
plexing question of "WHAT TO WEAR"
4 o The laying of the corner stone of
Since his defeat for re-election to the Southland seminary at St. Petersburg i T. F. HOURIBAN :
I i Geo. C. Dolive i i1M
state senate Editor McCreary of will take place about the last of j 1 OUR MAGNIFICENT
the Gainesville Sun takes Governor Trammell Licensed Plumber and I
a very July. has been ,
[fctoomy view of life. He says if July asked to deliver an address, and ten i Sanitary Engineer ASSORTMENTSwill
J T U [
and August are as hot as June he thousand people are expected to be j Estimates Furnished. Jobbing :
.(fesn't know what will become of present. i ; Promptly Attended to. :
help you amazingly. Our phenomenal
fWe) poor devils who are too poor to PHONE 629 :

lay an electric fan.", Cheer up! ,Just According to E. D. Huntley, of Astor Phone i 106 Court Street I 1 selling this spring and summer has

think of the roasting the legislaturerill J. W. Saunders of that place had 1 not depleted our stocks one iota, for week
t.. be getting about this time next three fine hogs killed by a bear. 248 or 355I1111111111111111111111111 ORLANDO, FLORIDA !
by week we have replenished with the
year, and remember that you will es Saunders took a shot at and wounded i 42llm <

c\peit I all Bruin, but the slayer escaped. ,IlilHIMIMimiMMIlh.MIIiillliiiillMM NEWEST OF THE NEW .
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The first primary cond ted under
' the new Bryan primary law was held 111111111111111111111Amber
t We take a pardonable pride in

one still month counting ago the yesterday.votes in They Duval are Eye Glasses and Rubber Bathing Caps for July I

c anty by order of the court, and Our Silks
every box opened shows a different 4th at Daytona. Full stock at

result from that certified by the in- Our Dress Goods

specters.: The courts have been appealed McELROY'S PHA.RMACYGive

to for an order for a recountin Our Wash Goods

Duval, DeSoto, Polk, Lafayette, us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PBCNE 20. Try our Ice Cream.
and'possibly other counties. There is I
MillilHIIIIIitliltlMilHMiMliiiimilMMMiMMIIiMHMIIIIililll I I II I It Our ReadytoWearsLet
no question but that second choices

, v,ting not only results in plurality

f nominations, but in general confusion +0ifMia8iMllilillillMltlllHIIMIiiliMimMMtMI8MIMMiiMMMIMIHH& us take the burden of the "what to

y and great possibility of mistake -
wear" worries off your shoulders-consult
in correctly certifying the nomi-
nees. The best work the next legislature us-we are ever ready to give you the

can do is to repeal the law and benefit of our large and varied experience.
go back to the old plan, with proper

, .safeguards against' corruption, or try ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES DISTINCTIVE INDIVIDUALITYIS
something entirely new.
OUR AIM
0- Commencement Day-an important event in the

Sensational stories to the ,effect lives of young people should receive some fitting mark

that the confirmation Mr. W. C. of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

McLean as postmaster will be held occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

up. pending an investigation of Jewelry?

charges that he was.appointed as the

result, of a crooked political deal, DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe i
should be given little credence. No OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENTIs
f such charges have'been made exceptby direct the attention ef relatives and friends to
an anonymous correspondent of the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this a great help to our out-of-town cus-

z th#+ Jacksonville Metropolis, giving store. Prom the most inexpensive of this season's newest tomers; make use of it whenever you can.

hu< name as Sprague Russell, and Or- novelties, to the F y;uisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- Samples or information cheerfully given

htfdo as his home. This party has mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val- We prepay all charges.

never been located and it is absurdto ues and assortment.A Write for one of our illustrated mail or-

asume that either of Florida's sen- visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno der catalogs. We invite comparison of

afrrs would give the slightest consid obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. '" values.

erttion to charges made anonymously -

' ,:for an anonymous letter writer is ," -- i!

the most cowardly, detestable and un- ., '." .
reliable specimen of mankind extan'

The fact that such a letter was I. \

,, mailed from Orlando is evidence tha '

the coward who wrote it resides here,,
to the discredit of the city, but he /, I

will have to come out in the ope IGK m-m( GO.I
; and show himself and produce his

proof' before his charges will hav< the Jeweler
'r any weight in the United States sen
.
ate. When the senators learn how ,

,the charges have been made they will
doubtless drop further investigationand' OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE DtP ARTMtNT At Sf 0 Rt

proceed to confimi Mr. McLean'''s

appointment. unless sonSe one gets up -' .'. ''-,
the courage to openly prefer charge ,EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

;r 'agsnist him and back ttan. with .
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\ IMIMMMIMMMMMM* ''liii I RiTEml|I I pils of intermediate Miss MUSIC Roberta RECITALThe and Branch advanced were pu- IF' 1,0 'CO-


-THE TUNER i 0 heard in a private recital at her home

'JpRLANDO, FLA. Sn S1 GrillmBUYS I yesterday afternoon.
They were as-
o .
Open 2.p. m. and 6:30 p. m.
I sisted by Miss Roney and Miss

Admission 5 cents i Branch. The program included com-

. Mr. Douglass Sadler, of Oakland, gdllDGDGllDGDGllDGDGllDGDallDGOTUDA ( positions by Mozart, Chopin, Nevin, '

I* was seen on our streets yesterday. Y'S PROGRAM voice Schuman number, Godard"My and Heart's others;Desire"also, a "Gel It ill t mi's"Show

t Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bourne, of
AND SELLS
I Nestor. Comedy. "And the Villain (Shelley), by Miss Roney. By request -
Fort Myers, were guests in our city "
Still Pursued Her. she sang "Just a-Wearying forYou"
yestentay. Rex. Drama. "Risen From the
REAL ESTATE
as an encore. Her piano num-
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Ashes. A Me. drama.
can .. .
Mr. H. J. Robinson, once proprietor t I 4
Joker. Comedy. "The Fascinating bers were Valse Arabesque, by Lack,
of the Favorite theater, left last night Eye." and Spinning Song, by Mendelssohn

for Norfolk, Va. Those dishes will be given away Miss Branch played Rachmannioff's C

M;. J'. E. Harvey left yesterday forAtlanti 600 acres south of Winter today. Come and try your luck. sharp minor Prelude. Those per- Us Your Watch

on a business, trip for the Garden and west of forming were Misses Kathryn Barnes,

F. D. J :arvey company. MISS LAURA ROBINSON CELE- Okle Curry, Violet Douglass, May Fobs---PLEASE !
Gotha
Mis Thelma Hammond left last including 10 acre BRATES 10th BIRTHDAYMiss Floyd, Eloise Larson, Virginia Palm-

night or Savannah, Ga., to spend a orange grove. The entire tr, and Fred Phillips, Mrs. Oliver Summer is the time for you

few w eks visiting friends. I tract covered with Laura Robinson, the bright Phillips, Miss Gussie Sharp, and Miss V to have a fob, we have one in
little of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Nina Swearengin. Al the close of
Mr.headqi. I. E. Phipps, who makes his yellow pine timber. Two daughter our assortment that will
in Jacksonville spent Robinson, was hostess for a merry the program iced chocolate and mar- i
arters ,
business. miles of lake shore.iiMimiMIIMililllMi. party yesterday at the home of her guerites were served. Those in attendance please you.
jester ay in town on
parents on'Webber avenue. The down- were delighted with the D Dare
Mr. McDowell Butt left last night Our Watch Chains
pour of rain prevented the outdoor progress made by the young people
Jacksonville to spend the fourth
for
amusements which had been planned, since late winter and their work dem-
with hs! brother, Mr. Nixon Butt. the best made
but the children spent the afternoon onstrated the fact that summer studyis we can

Rev.and, Mrs. P. L Abernethy and : It won't hurt you the least bit to most happily in solving puzzles, and an excellent thing, there being furnish any kind you want-

family.! who have had apartments at be able to say "I went to Sunday in playing "thimble" and other inter- more time to practice and fewer diversions those with 20 year guaranteeare

Oak L dge, left yesterday for Tampa. school every Sunday in July." It esting games. than the winter season when very modest in price.

Miss Agnes Person will leave tonight would help a lot to say "I kept on At six o'clock the guests were led the school work plays such an im-

i >r Weaverville, N. C., to spend ever since." to the dining room, where a prettily portant part. Miss Branch will leave

the remainder of the summer months.Mr. Mr. C. E. Johnson, Mr. Harold arranged table awaited them. The shortly for the East, where she expects n Allen & Co.

J. H. Schroeter, traveling out Johnson, Miss Helen Harlow, and decorations were in pink and greena to study until fall, when she ,

of Atlanta for J. H. Schroeter & Miss Dorothy Johnson expect to leave group of vases filled with delicately will resume her work here. Jewelers

Bros., paid this office a call yester- this afternoon by automobile for Day- tinted begonia blossoms forming a

day. :| tona Beach to attend the fourth of' center from which long sprays of asparagus RAIN PREVENTED BALL GAME

Mr. A. M. Hersee, traveling out of July celebration. fern were festooned to the The weather man evidently has it U Prompt Repairing.
in for the Orlando and Winter Park
Atlanti for the Ingersoll Watch com- handsome potted caladium leaves at Ever Guaranteed. -
Judge J. P. Hawthorne, wife and ball }tbiog
teams, for a second effort in two
either end of the table.
paiy, paid our jewelers a call yester-
t daughter, of Ocoee, were' in the city weeks to play a game was prevented
day. last night, leaving on the midnight Although the date of the anniver-I yesterday afternoon by the heavy

Mr. .8. F. Locke, of Taft, was in train for Charleston, S. C., where sary had passed some weeks before, I downpour that started shortly after
town and left last night will the gathering was in honor of the
i esterday they visit for about ten days, re three o'clock and lasted until nearly
for Sa annah, Ga., to spend a few turning home the 14th. tenth birthday of the small hostess,
dark. Winter Park has a good team
and a large cake, iced in pink and
days.Mast, Mr. M. M. Parrish, of Gainesville, and local fans being anxious to see
white, bearing the inscription "Laura
r Frederick Lewter was operated state manager of the Citizens Na them in action, it is probable that an-
1904-1914, was placed before her. Ibrr
upon yesterday for throat tional Life Insurance company, was other effort will be made soon to arrange IcIO.::: [ . CI!
!After the candles were extinguished, ,
trouble and is getting along very
in the city yesterday on business con- a game. Here's hoping for
the cake was cut, and the little guests .
nicely. better luck next time. -- ---- -- --
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served to this and ,to watermelon
.' Misff Augusta Wright returned yes- ducted by Johnson Brothers. sherbet. ttllllllllll'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'"
terday! from a visit to friends and The show cases have arrived for i
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Keller, Mr.
relatives at Memphis, Tenn., and Cai- The favors were small baskets the new City Drug Store, 11 East
and Mrs. S. G. Dolive, Mr. and Mrs.
filled with bon-bons, miniature can-
ro, III Church street, and proprietor J. L
Louis Dolive, Farris Keller, and Jenkins -
dle sticks and surprise parcels con-
Mr. ,Howard Niven, large stock- Dean was busy yesterday afternoon
Dolive will leave early tomorrow
y holder in the American Steel and taining tissue paper caps. placing the new fixtures. In a day or
morning in automobiles to spend Sat- .
Aiding Mrs. Robinson were Mrs.
two he will have
I busi- everything straight-
Wire was transacting
company
urday and Sunday at the Beach. Round and Mrs. Kennison.The ened out and will have neat I
ness hire yesterday.Mr. a placeof Celebrate the Fourth
Let's make no mistake. We want guests were Edna Russell, business. The store is already
and,Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, Mr.
Sloan every man in Sunday school in July, Elsie Gore, Alfreda James, Beulah open for business and :Mr. Dean extends -
and Mr. Nevin
Ray Reynolds,
and that means you, whether any one Perry Forrest Young, Alice Hale, : a cordial invitation to his
leave this noon to spend Saturdayand Saturday is Independence
at the Beach. speaks to you personally or not. It's Dorothy Hart, Mildred Cook, Helen friends and the general public to pay Day

Sunday impossible to see every one, so don't Ives, Margaret Robinson, Susan him a visit. and
Mr. Benj. Drew and Mr. J. D.Barnes feel slighted or say you were not Barnes, Frances and Henrietta Rock, our store will be closed. Order

!expect to motor over to Day- asked. 'Mary Warner, Gertrude and Herberta

tona tJiis afternoon to attend the Friends of Miss Ruth Thompson Jones, Elva Lewter, Lizzie, Minnie, BIG enough today to last you until ..

races and other amusements on the Alice and Yowdl and
Mary, Virginia ,
will be glad to hear that she is now Monday.
fourth. Herberta
getting along very nicely. Miss Ruthis Harvey.

Mrs. Wm. Smith and Miss Millie on a visit to friends at Durham, .
, Smith turned yesterday to their cot- You can make "blue Monday" a
N. C., where she has been sufferingwith
tage *f Coronado Beach, after a few inflammatory rheumatism for bright, 'joyous Monday by exercisinga Fish

days at their home on West Central the past two weeks. little will power on Sunday. Over Fry : THE SANITARY GROCERY

avenue. come the tendency to laziness and go
Rev. L. H. Query, and Douglas, Cal-
to Sunday school on Sunday. Try it
M. Drennen left
Mrs.'E. yesterdayfor
vin and Julian Sadler, of Oakland, CARUTHERS & GORE
through July.
fora
Birmingham to visit relatives
motored over yesterday afternoon to
few weeks. She was accompanied see the ball game between Winter -ATRussell's Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
! as farks Jacksonville by Mr. Walter Mr. F. L Immer, of Jacksonville,
Park and Orlando, but were disap-
a representing the Merganthaler Lino- !
Drenn n. pointed on account of the heavy rain
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson and Mr. which prevented the playing of the type company, arrived in the city last r P01111 CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

and Mrs. Tom Brodwater will motorto game. a night. FUNERAL DESIGNS
the Beach this afternoon, where Branch
Mr. W. S. writes from
Grand theater will havean
The
Mr. Johnson is to be one of the judgesfor soon
Cleveland that the weather is
very ice cooling system in working or- ...IIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfll..
the1} automobile races. cool and he has been sitting by a.fire, der. The 15 horsepower motor arrived ALL DAY
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Mrs..R. F. Boyd left yesterday for
which felt very good. Too bad such yesterday and it will only be a Let us all hope that every automo- HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR

the mountains of North Carolina to weather is not distributable .at this question of a few days before the Saturday July 4th bile in this county and others will THE SUMMERThe

spend the remainder of the summer. time of the year. However, we are patrons will be enjoying the delightful not reach the ferry at Sanford at the Home Laundry will dose for
She w also visit in New York city sweltering from the heat like manyof the summer June 27th. Will
atmosphere that will prevail.In Dancing, Boating, Swimming, and same time. We are told that many open
. before returning to her home at Lake the big Eastern cities. October 1st. At that time we will
Pickett. a good time generally left yesterday, many will leave at different give good service when help is scarce.
The Young Ladies' Auxiliary of the this day, men everywhere give times today, and many others Thanking our patrons for the past
"LeVs go to Sunday school next Presbyterian church expect to give a time and work to get better postedon will leave at early hours tomorrow business, we hope to see them again
Sunday, and join the folks," said one lawn festival the Splendid OrchestraWILL October 1st.
Tuesday evening on everything, and that is why so morning, so we have every reason to HOME LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel
man to another. "I'll go you, was church lawns. Be sure and stop on much interest is given to the studyof believe that there will be no conges- 6-23-lw

the answer.. "It's been twentyeightyears your way from the picture show and the Bible. Sunday schools are FURNISH MUSIC tion at the ferry.

since I have been, and I'd get a saucer of good ice cream. here for just that purpose. Ice cold melons at SeWs Marketon

kinder like it again." Go and Spend the Day Enjoyably Try the Sentinel Job Department. East Pine street. 6-26-lw

Eat what you want. Eat what you wantEtt
FISh fry at Russell's Point, Satur- Eat all you want. an you want ---
day, fourth of July. Take the THIS Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it. "I'I"IIII'JIIIIIII.'IIII IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11111111111111111111. '.I'"
For sale by all durggists.. For sale by all druggists. MttttHMIil
in front of postoffice. 28- f
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LUCERNE TODAY

School in July-accept this invi- .


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; | Mlle Genevieve Grosse, the girl with the remarkable voice. !: !: every

union service of all the Sunday

i jj | "Izzy:Operator," a one reel Reliance.

ii : \ Schools will be held in the Pres-

: J : "Circus Romance. ," a one reel Princess. :

byterian Church Sunday night,

ijj "Acres ofWfalfa," and "Our Largest Birds," another :

| Keystone.r 1 July 5th, 7:30 p. m. Every per-


I i ,I II son especially the men of Orlando -

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away ' i I: ,

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



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Notket of Lost Wanted For Sale, For .
Sent, etc.. for this column 25e for one day NAIR LUMBEROB.LANDO; .
lee for three days or ILOO for one week for
:5 word or lees. Money must aceaicpany
NowOpen the advertisements for this .column u no
insertions will be made on credit


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i' Although the City Drug Store has not received FOR SALE
stock, two three and
,
Nursery one ,
; their show cases, they are keeping their delivery four year old buds; Foster Early,

T boy busy carrying packages. 'Tis well to follow Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
ti ington Navel Address Mrs. M.KahK.
I a druggist who never substitutes. Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-18-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE

Imported Olive Oil Pt. 50c. :
; FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare --
Imported Olive Oil 1-2 Pt. 25c.Sbivar bargain; recently completely overhauled FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES llillillHIHIIiilMlilllllllMtMHIIIillMlHIlt*
and made good as new in every I
Ginger Ale 2 for 2k.,$1.25 Dozen ; part; guaranteed first class condition AND DO ALL KINDS OF

Imported Castile Soap lb. 19c. I ; must be sold at once, even at
: sacrifice. Come, or address, White
(4 big lOc cakes make a pound.) I Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. I

Our drugstore is located just around the cor- : 4-23-tf .

from hardware store.Vhen downtown I ORLANDO.C
Guernsey's
ner : FOR SALE-An A-1 motor boat.
t come around and see us.TheCityDrugStore. I Eighteen feet long and has four '
I horse power engine. Will sell rea- .
: sonable. Call at J. L. Empie boat
I shop on Gould street. 6-18-2w
I I DR. L H. RAMSDEU Water & Co.
I FOR SALE-A few young registered OPTOMETRIST I Light \
: Poland China boars. If interested

J J. L. DEAN, Proprietor. I answer at once. Address. J. H., care (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukinc)
I
i Sentinel 6-23-tf

i OrlandoFlorida I I ORLANDO, - FLORIDAttiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiin
: FOR SALE-Or to rent, brown bun- ElectricityGas
4MimiMMMtttiHIMIIIIiiMIMMIiiMilllMIIIM. galow, corner West and South
IlilllltMIMHillliiliiMllltllMIHilltHiUMIIM street. Inside all newly furnished.
.. Inquire of F. W. McAuley or Daet-
wyler. 27-3t i
DAILY SPORT LETTER I pennants are decided upon skill I !I _ Water Ice

and luck alone-and that nothing dishonest WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, ForSale I IOR
,
(By Frank G. Menke) figures in the result. Cer- in good condition, for Victrola and

New York, July 2.-It seems that tain it is that the wise baseball mag- records. Piano may be seen at For-
Address P. 0. Box Oakland
mosa. 2. ,
nearly everybody that ever swung a nate would not for an instant counte- Fla. Office--No. 18 West Central Ave.

t tennis racquet wants to be on the nance a dishonest deal in baseball for

r team that is to defend the Davis ten- he knows that "murder will out," and WANTED-To borrow $800 or $1,000 EXCHANGEFive k

; nis cup which our gang won last year that when the .news of the crookedness on improved city real estate. Threeto "
time. Address "M,
r from a collection of English fellows.As reached the fans, it would sound four Sentinel.years 6-30-lt Room House, built
care No. 6
a result, the committee that is tot baseball's death inell. Telephone
of cement blocks 24x36,
; ; select the four men who are to con- LOST-Saturday, near court house,
stitute the defending American team, a small bunch of keys. Return to Cartright shingles, two
FOR SALE county clerk's office. 6-29-3t .
seem to have a huge job on their lots 100x150, some young I

hands. Georgia peaches, wholesale or re WANTED-Couple to live on country peach, orange and grape- i
* Call address, 400 West !
tail. Fresh every day. Also have place. or
The committee sent out invitationsto fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, at Central avenue. fruit trees. Driven well .
to about thirty of the greatest tennis I King's grocery store, 47 West Church 200 feet. '

players in the country to join in the street. DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy 1-
The Georgia Man, sewing of all kinds, and work ready Address
business of competing. Of this crowd,. ,when promised, at room No. 6, over 1I I I
twenty are among the greatest pres- I Estes' drug store. Misses Keen & POPULAR
ent day players, while the others are DR. A. B. WHITMAN Baldwin. Box 424, l cs

= old internationalists and famous players 300ry

of other days who have not been I DENTIST FOR RENT Kissimmee, Florida : Are You a Woman ? ARTICLES

;" given a, real rating in the tennis I 300

world this year. I East End Charleston Block, op-stairs FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear i 6-8-Im t '
ILLUSTRAfMvTIONS
e a I W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney -
= street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- ttimmmiiiiiiimiiiIICET /
The general opinion is that Maurice -
McLoughlin, the red-headed Cal- ]MAKE YOUR OWN' enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. Tako Gar ui jpJ \ _*/

ifornian, who was the greatest factor I PAINT FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Popular Mechanics

_'t in America's victories last year, sure- I our store at No. 9 W. Church street. I -' Magazine
ly will be one of the four men chosen, YOU Will SAVE Come in and we will show you. Pierce
CO ds. PER GAL Electric Co. 3-29-tf The lice question is quickly "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
and, as was the case last '
year carry settled if >ou dust)ou*fowls nigh GREAT Continued Siory 01 the
the brunt of America's fight R.I I THIS IS HOW The Woman's Tonic! I A Progreu which you may begin World'reading
Norris 2nd who teamed I TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Conke/s lice PowderIt's at any tune, and which will hold your
Williams, ,
Buy 4 gals.L.C&M.Semi- 563. interest forever. You are living in the best
I
s with McLoughlin in the international Mixed Real Paint $8.40 ern houses. Daetwyler, phone safe,quick and sure' year of the most wonderful age,of what is
4-26-tf Saves your poultry profits because it eataI doubtless the greatest world b the universe.
matches, also seems pretty sure of I And 3 gals.LinseedOUto A resident of Mars would gladly pay-
mix with.it Kills the
2.10Makeslgals.Paint ---- LiceDoesn't I Cl
landing a job. \ fifift SUBSCRIPTION
: FflaSMHTUlOTOSTSF4 ,
.c R. Lindley Murray, the 17-year-old for$10.50It's MISCELLANEOUSTomato Harm Chickens to this magazineia order to keep Informed of
Price 25 cnn,50 cents and 31.00.For
our progress in Engineering and Mechanics.
California schoolboy; who jumped to only $1.50 per gal he macs that hide m the nicks by Are you reading it? Two millions of
f a1! Egg plant, Pepper Crates, day and prey on chtckrnsai night,spray A.k F.. neighbors are and it n the favorite your
; the fore in the tennis world just The L.& M.SFMI-MIXED your poultry house situ " l I magazine
REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. faker i t in thousands of the best American
t" few weeks ago, is a likely looking ZINC aM LINSEED OIL-the best known LEAD. 5-19tf. Conkey's Lice Liquid h.r j 'I I BOARDMAN homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
DR. F. C. young-men and women.
paint materials for 100 years. deans them
$ candidate. Murray, despite the fact out thoroughly Quart 35 The "Shop Hotel" Department
(20
< Use a gaL out of any you buy and if act the ads. ant,hall gallon/ 60 cents: ,gallon JI-UO. pace)
Sentinel want are money get gives easy ways to do uong -bow to
make
that.he had a lame shoulder, scored best pamt made,then return the paint and get For the deadly bead louse use i DENTISTBoardman useful articles for home and stop repairs,etc.
a brilliant victory over Frederick B. 11 your money back ters. Try them. 'CONKEY'S HEAD LICE ti: imttau X.chauic."(10 pazea)tell*bow to g
HELM'S HARDWARE CO. OINTMENT I make Mission furniture wireless outfits boat
; Alexander, hero of a hundred tennis Don't wait for one in town to Effective and donat harm thic4-IO Building engines,magic,and all the things a boy loves!
every and 25 cents Money back d these $1.50 PER YEAR.SINGLE:COPIES S3 CENTS
.{\ ; duels, a short time back, and his . .
have Entrican, the painter, before preparation do not ribGEGokgG.ae..Lnlokio Aik jour limdntar to ibow yo MM or
'
.#..." playing was of the kind that stamped RHBJMATIO SHOULD SUFFERERS USE you try. Am too busy to look you Otlio.;"Hours: WHIT 'R FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY

..'# him at once as a tennis marvel. An- up. Phone 636, and I will be on the P. F. LAUBACH I. 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 POP ..AR MECHANICS CO. a
1-20-tf 319 W.Wnbiagtoo St,QncAGOIT'S
t other factor ih Murray's favor is that 5 DROPS job. j I Telephone 540. 1 I I

-.. he is left handed, and it is figured by I fixedui in'
r\ If want your bicycle ,
you -a--;; ; .- -.- _- -_ ----- _ _ _ _
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:}t ", would some that be baffling his left to handed the team service that For The Best all form Remedy* of a Shop.hurry take it to Warman's 12-5-tf.Repair iiiiiii\ \\\\t\ OmmMMMMMMttlMHMIMMtillMI\ \\ \\\ \\\\\, \\ \" \ \i HttiiId '

:tii':' 'V' met America in the finals. RheumatismLUMBAGO. T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone!

.' ate 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf TIME THE UP I[ HOUSE[

f\ Among the tennis stars' who have t Rubber Stamps made to order at
been invited to try for places on the
125tf.
Warman's Repair Shop.
: : )', defending team are: Maurice E. Mc-

Loughlin,.R. N. Williams, 2nd, W. J. Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
\ Clothier, W. M. Johnson, T. R. Pell, SCIATICA GOUmURA is the kind you want. Where to get

Touchard N. ,M. Niles, G., W.P.F.Gardner Johnson, J.G. R.F. AND KIDNEY TROUBLES.DROPS. it Entrican.? That's easy, phone 636. 1-20-tf W. T. f FURNISKING"1 6 Q QUESTION[ I IN R REAL[ l


Strachan, G. M. Church, A. S. Dab- If your paper is not delivered

ney, C. J. Gricin, W. M. Hall, S. H. promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
Vohell, W. M. Washburn, E. H. Whit- STOP THE PARTolvss.QdaRolilsf t EESTOur
: what want in Sentinel
Find
;= ney, F. B. Alexander, Karl Behr, T. t you

C. Bundy, C. F. Inman, R. LeRoy, tor "wants."
F"! 1. I stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
Dean..Mathey, Ella Fottrell, H. H. Read the Morning Sentinel Price
Hackett, R. D. Little, M. D. Whitman, .10 cents a week. delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

Beals Wright,and William A. Lamed. .outs,.Noa ti RhMMUtlc aos '.a v"cure mmtfffr Co., Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -
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,I Iris too bad that the Browns and :: in every sense of the word.

4 .\ Ordinals couldn't have hit a winning
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Stride before this year. As it is, the

fact that both the teams have playeda Ready for To-morrow ? ; CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you


both great are article occupying of baseball higher, and positions that other Horses farm animals.digest their II feed order less to insure thoroughly thorough than I am vstaf Bee Dee to purchase goods on extended payments; without the expense oj join-

digestion of all the food eaten and to make STOCK MEDICINE with
than in ,
your
many years, is discounted by
ugly rumors that the 'races in both horses readier for next day's work, add to their aditiun etc: \ \ ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen wilL explain this
evening feed a teaspoonful of- on feed. It also makes
the American and National leagues them healthy,tinning ud I to
feature
r are,fixed so that the Feds in St. Louis STOCK dWl.lraJomstoD. : ; | you. .
Bee )) -
; will be crushed out. ee MEDICINE R.F.D.No.1 0Neia.Ncbr.25c 'millilMllllltllMIMJIMMmiltiHMIMIIMMIIIIIIMIMHtKincaid

J !, Such charges are groundless. Base t
} ball never has been a crooked It vrfn lessen your feed bins
game ,50c and$1.per can.
j: and there is not one chance in a mil- It win increase your profits. At your dealert.
I P.B,1
' Jion that crookedness had entered

s cr 1 f; into it this year.to the extent of the & Snowden

other teams sacrificing their own
Cow Peas! Coweas: !
"! chances for winning the pennant by
: giving the Browns and Cardinals
that will days ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ....S3... per bushel
,,1 enough games so they stay Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... . ..................... JSJ5 per UihelUakiwinu Furniture of Characterat
y ; 'up in the f1ce.and draw the crowds ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... 3-25 per bosbelWWppoonrills
e totheirparks.: ..... ... ... .., ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... LOS per kwhd
; ,*' *' hued Pass .., ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 185 T er bashdW Prices
Popular .........
: Baseball leaders know that baseball par freight .* all vrdert for one bushel tr sore at abort prices. If wanted i

has' become. the great national ia large aoantities. w. will prtmptly Q.Mmplci. and quotations.


,"'' (';( .game it is an that,exciting;it.is,game'not merely from. the,because spec KILGORE SEED CO., Cor. Main and Pine Sts.* ? Orlando, Florida i \

tat -r'stiewp; & ;;:butthat. it is hon ,
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ver, V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
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tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

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PRODUCE BETTER FRUIT''i I FOR SERVIANS OSTEOPATHY ARARE BARGAININ

Agram, Croatia, July l.-Anti.Ser-
Recent Rains Save the Day and vian demonstrations continued here THE MARKETOf
DR. J. C .HOWELL A
Inspire Hope of Bumper today. A crowd gathered in front of -
Citrus Crop the town hall and demanded that the Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
'" mayor return a Servian decoration extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room : Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH

Florida citrus groves generally bore recently conferred on him. Another Telephone connections

but one crop.of bloom this year, and crowd went to the house of the speaker Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. House.
AND SALT
MEATS
this condition is regarded by growersas of the Crotia diet, who is a Ser-

favorable to the production of a I vian, and made a noisy demonstration First class Brazing a specialty at FISH. AND GAME

crop of fruit of superior quality.The, I against him. Several people were arrested Warman's Repair Shop o Court St. Only four and one half
ora.tge and grapefruit crop last season l but later released. 125tf. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
resulted from the frequent bloom I blocks from the post *
ing of the trees, said L D. Jones,bus- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh i
office East Side. A
iness manager of the Florida Citrus'HEAL'YIUHN and pure.

. Exchange,yesterday.The trees bloomed -
JUST OPENED[ variety of fruit. We
in January, in March and in June, MORE DANDRUffUse are We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

, and this condition was responsiblein going to sell this prop- everything in the Afiht Line

a large measure for the fruit of Parisian Sage. POPE'SLUNC"
inferior quality and small size whichat It's entirely needless to have un- erty and have put the

times found its way into'the mar- sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A COUNTER price The PARLOR MARKET
kets and resulted in disorganizing little care is all that is needed to makeit at only $2350.

markets and beating down prices. thick free, soft from, pretty dandruff., perfectly healthyand ! SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : : Reasonable terms.

Manager Jones said that with the Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair H. M. Self & Co.
passing of the bloom immediately following needs and is absolutely harmless. It
the harvesting of the last crop quickly stops itching head and falling TRY OUR Cooper Atha PINE STREET
hair, and is one of the best tonics to
the of the trees has been
vitality given SODA FOUNTAINOPEN
invigorate the scalp and make the
the nurture and development of the hair grow long and beatt ul. 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor Phone No. 80"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IIII"IIIIIII"ill'II.'
new crop, with the result that the fruit Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today DAY AND NIGHT
now is of more uniform quality than from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any Phone No. 311 ..-
,it could be had frequent and I drug counter. It costs but 50 cents. POPE & BUTT PROPS.
Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff
long continued blooming lowered the I,dissappears-your head feels fine- 37 W. CHURCH ST. I IIW'
vitality of trees and loaded them with I i the hair is pretty and perfectly
fruit of various sizes and in various i healthy. OmiMMMMMMMHtMlBUFFALO : tMiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiif IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHMMt

stages of development.
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Prom Black Walnut DomainMr.

Jones formerly lived up in the $
valleys where the black walnut grows. fdre 32.2 W. M. SLEMONS

He didn't just exactly say that he i : D t.Y 9ETWEEN
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did, in words, but when he told about : fij
the condition of Florida oranges at LEVELANDTHE
the present time he said the fruit on

the trees was about the sizeof green New Goods Arriving
walnuts in the hull, and that the Daily
fruit was of uniform size.

M? Jones last week visited many
counties in the state,including practi. GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
cally. the zone of the citrus fruit pro- Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet,indies;510 stateroom*and parlors aceoausodatiag 1300 panen.Errs. .
Greater in c st-larger in all proportion *-richer u sfl*ppointinrnu-thin any steamer oainland
duction. He said yesterday that rains waters vl the world. la semce June 15th. I
t had fallen throughout this domain in Magnificent Steamers- LANDBE E.*"City of Erie"and"Ctof Buffalo" We sell
high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
quantity to relieve the situation and Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-M.7it to Dec.itrt

that with the continuance of favor- law ArrmOarelBAd B.1o . 740A.M.900P.M. ArriTeBo&b Ian CIndIIId . . '7JOA.M.:00 P.IL < made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
able weather conditions Florida should (Eastern Standard 7 rmey
.... ... Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table
produce a of 8,000,000 boxes or Cemeetioiis ttCWveUad &,.Toledo.DetroitaBdaIIpomtaTretsiidSo RaOroad Linen and Towel:.
crop
I ticket reeiUng betweesi Baffal sad Qerelaad are goodfortrsjuportatioaosi oar steamer
. more, which would be about 1,000,000 Adcjoor ticket agent iak tKkata via C&B.Lme. True u for bandome illatr tea booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
boxes more than the crop of last sea- THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland, 0.
son. Manager Jones said also that &: Co. Best place in the eity to trade.

present conditions indicate the crop I
will be superior in quality when com-

pared with the offerings of last year.
Advertising Campaign I I kJ1cd) c\l W. M. SLEMONS. a

i The Exchange is conducting an ad-

vertising campaign with a view to the .
opening of new markets for Florida URANGE AVENUE

fruit, and especially with a view to .
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tent purchasers that has with Florida become oranges have oranges more generally, simply.generally are better been Recently known,con-and 1it J I;I\ . ' -- " " " " ," " "iIii1! : ;;::Co, IM" " IMMIIItllMHJ .


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Round RatesFROM
Low Trip
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to the Florida producer. I JACKSONVILLE '

While up-State Manager Jones view- . $CU' C"lIC4aatl. . $3300 the1y"
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Sib* $37.75 -
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ed hundreds;. of scores of the new Dater 51." St. Pill
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c.a....Sprint. 5S.M Dthtfh . lUft boxrait 21.40
groves that were planted last winter Sal Tdbntm Lab CiJ. .. Jut 7S.N TrBt.Waapej.-...- 4SJO 7.7S EraMnJU 1.dia'sporu- .. -. JUS 3J.JOKM That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
and spring. These new groves generally Fertka. . 101." Meatm . 5545 Frnc.UkFetaby swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is tk. way of deanliness.That's .
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are in flourishing condition. I 1 Setttk LM Andes .-. 1M.64.,.51 Hbcbaac - $3.51.58" TaM.Detroi. . 43.50 41.10 why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
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During the excessive drouth, in groves CIa 3s.Iraadres Ir Park .- -. S2.7S 8.50 BoHal47W Fags 47.40 CktBUaquttafsn M* .otk Cm 30.10 47.40 the home and person. No''dirt, no ashes; no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
where no provision was made for reg- time and properly cooked.
Low rates to etlter point in Colorado.California Canada.Mmne.tola
ular irrigation, producers gave atten ,Mickisaa,the Great lake S tiny Mountain*. Proportionally Cleanliness Is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
tion to their trees waterIn few rate from other points in the the and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
by hauling I Tickets OD Ale daily,nntfl September 30. Return limit Oct.31. grime. Therefore "Starve Fly"
tanks and in this way carried the VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
trees safely through the critical pe- ii LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it--don't feed it any more wood.
riod. By this system of watering, (' .Gobi throuh.5t.Louis,returning all through ticket Chicago. Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, coot and comfortable.
t rice verse 1.iberaatopooyen oa
In which the moisture is applied directly -
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
to the roots of the trees, two 1 through train daily choice of three different
or three gallons of w ter will sustaina I touts

young tree for a period of three / i Three dally treias to the touthwett through New
p"a Orleans. UsAxcelled dicing car 1UY ce. Fart time. Orlando Water & LightCompa
weeks
or more.-Tampa Tn une. Rock Uflact NodnsL vttourrtFor haadiome ifloitrauJ 11 ny
I booklet of *,rates, sloep
fee car rcsemtooas and other mfonnation address
Who is your painter and decorator? Gas Department
If yea are l utated keep the one.yen + ) H. C. BRETKEY,
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He Would Just Drop Into Senatorial.

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' :, ''Report of the Condition of Washington, July 2.-Investigation .? *:tW;; '
7 I of the use of senate stationary in t
The State Bank of Orlando I I promotion of a gold mine at Gold .

Hill, N. C., was begun today by a .
r Orlando, Fla. senate privileges and elections sub '1'; '
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L : At the Close of Business, June 30, 1914. committee with Senators Overmanof -
; :' North Carolina and Chilton of : ,
RESOURCES West Virginia as the principal wit- : A Mdaic'WyFact

Loans and Discounts . . . . .$490,565.39 nesses.
1 Overdrafts .. . . . . . . . . . 252.35 Senator Overman told the committee -
k! Stocks, Securities, etc. . . . . . 185,931.74k that he had bought $2,000 worthof
Furniture and Fixtures. . . . . . 13,004.30 stock in the mine when a treasury !

Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . 13,875.45 expert who examined the propertytold :
./' him it was worth $60,000,000. He 1 : .
r:: Cash on hand and due from Banks..246,061.60
said that Walter George Newman,
; that each setting sun, brings us nearer the end.
;t. Total . . . . . . . . .$949,690.83 who promoted the mine, frequentlyhad
visited him at his office. He .
When your days are ended, what about your
LIABILITIES often allowed his constituents to .
il' ; loved ones? '
write letters at his office Senator
Capital Stock. . . . to . . . . $50,000.00 .
,1 Overman said, and declared that the
!tal. Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,000.00 \letters in question, which contained a Today is yours! Let it not close without
. I Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 4,233.23 favorable report on the mine of J. C. making a start toward placing your home on a
Dividends unpaid . . . . . . . 1,496.00 business basis, and providing loved
} Williams, a mining engineer, were your ones
DEPOSITS . . . . . . . . . 856,961.60 : with "' '
I written on the paper of the senate .; a systematic plan for their maintenance ::. :
: rules committee without his knowledge : ;: and hereafter.
Total .. .. .. .. .. $949,690.83 ::;. ',.' now :. !.
I by Miss Helen B Moore, a sten-
ographer in his office; at the instance ;i: :1 Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you." .:: .
of Mr. Newman. Senator Overman : :. ;: ..
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i' said his son-in-law, J. C. Gregory, t...... .......: ;;,.. ..,.........:Y.c .
was employed by Newman as attor-
:f':. ney for the mining company. : .: .
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i 'T Chilton Places It on Newman ". .. t.: -," ...,;.,...,...,....1.
Senator Chilton said he knew noth- -
for the Cincinnati, Indiana & West I ing of the use of the census committee : : -- 'T : I

cj.y. RAilWAY IN HANDS ern road. I stationery for writing reports regarding : q',., .: . . : . ; : :-.,,' ; ::
The petition declares that the en-
RECEIVER the mine. He said when he ;
L Of tire bonded indebtedness of the Cincinnati -; found that letters on the committee ;'. : 1r
s Hamilton & Dayton is $75- I I paper relating to the mine were circulated ;.: D -;' G \ D t . ....... r

Allege Last Year's Floods as Reason 000,000. The devastation due to the in New York he asked. New- .: :' '." '" .1 :,'; :.L...;..!. .....;':.:..:.i. .I I,,:_..... : ..
floods of 1913 is the . :.
given as reason man if he had used the stationery. .... .
2 Road Is Unable to Meet why the company "has been unable to Newman admitted that he had. ,, ... ... .. ..
Obligations meet obligations." "I told him that some muckraker f:'.::,'.:?:,;:,::::; :>t.. .:=.::::.\:..::;: '. .' <. ;! '.. '..'.":'" ":'. : '. ': : :....,: :.;::.:..::::::.":; )'!'. ..::i;:; s.f: : ':.'1
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Attorney Morrison R. Waite, gen- would find out about it and insist on
Cincinnati, 0., July Application eral solicitor for the Cincinnati, Ham. an investigation," added Senator
for a receiver for the Cincinnati, ilton & Dayton road, filed an action Chilton. LUNATIC OR WOMAN KILLED the police believe some person committed -I graph comforted me," Mrs. Carman t -
Hamilton & Dayton railroad was admitting the allegations of the trust I I Senator Chilton said he bought five SOCIETY LEADER IS THEORY to an asylum through his instrumentality said today. "I became convinced of

made in the United States district company. thousand shares' of stock in the mine I sought revenge and the doctor's fidelity to me."
court here today; at fifty cents,4 share. Freeport, N. Y., July 2.-In search- missed his aim.
The suit was filed on behalf of the And now Palatka announces a big Miss Moore, Senator Overman's ing for, a motive for the murder of''III Upon what they based their theory
'
+ Bankers' Trust company of New time on the glorious fourth. She will stenographer, told of writing the letters -I Mrs. Louise Bailey, a prominent society that a woman committed the murderthe The second regiment of U. S. ma-
York. The action also requests fore- celebrate with a big regatta on the I for Newman, and Charles West,II woman, in the office of Dr. Ed- police refuse to state but declared rines is expected back at its old quar-
closure of a mortgage held by the St. Johns river, on the third, base-I a.negro messenger, said he had given win Carman Tuesday night, police that they expected to make an arrest ters at Pensacola soon, provided thereis I
trust company. ball games, parade by the fire department -|Newman some of the stationery of ,today worked on two theories. One soon. Investigation of ,the case last no further trouble in the land of
'!' The mortgage, the petition sets and many other attractive ,the rules committee. I is that a lunatic killed Mrs. Bailey(i night developed that Dr. Carman's the hot tamale.
forth, involves $36,000,000. This includes features. And the letter carrier will while shooting at Dr. Carman. The wife had for weeks listened to his
$3,162,000 worth of bonds of be there, too. Don't forget, every man in Sunday .other is that woman fired the shot.!' conversations with women patients by Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur-
,the Indiana, Decatur & Western rail school in July, and that next Sundayis I;, Dr. Carman has served upon many means of a telephonic device. day, fourth of July. Take the 'bus
road and $4,722,000 worth of bonds For the news, read The Sentinel the first Sunday. I lunacy commissions in Freeport and "Everything I heard over the dicto- in front of postoffice. 28-tf "

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