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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 4, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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: VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914. NUMBER 121.
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SECOND f QUARTERLY l Y STATEMENT 1 [ [ IIS INJUNCTION N r PREPARED[ i TO CARRANZA A MUST i REPLY[ I It 1''CURRIEANTED[ [ ONMURDERCNARGE[ A [ ;



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COMPLETE REPORT OF IM HUNDREDS[ I E AT BEACH[ H f FOR ,,WILL BE FILED UNLESS JUNTA FIVE ARRESTED f FOR R TANGERINE[ OFFICERS COULD NOT LO.

PORTANTPROCEEDlNGSOF :' COMMISSIONERS AGREE URGES DECISION CATE HIM AFTER SEARCH
I[ f FOURTHNumerous P POSTOFFICE E R ROBBERY

CITY OFFICIALS I TO BUILD TO OSCEOLA FROM REBEL LAST NIGHT

I COUNTY LINE CHIEF
Parties Left Last Night Negroes Were Released on Bonds and

BIG INCREASE IN BUIlDING PERMITS and Others Will Go This Preliminary Hearing I MAY HAVE GONE TO IACKSONYIIIE

Morning ANOTHER PIANSUGGESTEDTO[ GETMONEY H HUERTA[ [.y IN NEW Y YORK Continued

PERMITS FOR OVER $85,000 RELATIVE OF MAN HE KILLED,
While Orlando will not be exactly I Deputy U. S. Marshal L. A. Ren-
BUILDINGS ''
WORTH GRANTED DISSATISFIED WITH VERDICTOF
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depopulated today, the automobileraces SUGGESTED THAT PART OF THE SILLIMAN WILL TRY T 'TCH nolds of Tampa has arrested five negroes -
-DECREASE IN NUMBER ARRESTS CORONER'S JURY, HAS
and other attractions at Daytona CLAY ROAD MONEY MIGHTBE UP DIFFERENCES BETH 1. at Tangerine for breaking into
PAVING CONTRACT Beach have drawn hundreds WARRANT ISSUED FOR
t USED TO COMPLETE VILLA AND CARRANZA- '; and robbing the postoffice there a ,
LET-FINANCES GOOD SHAPE from this city to that popular resortto short time ago. The negroes arrested :MURDERD.
ROAD TO OSCEOLA BRYAN CONFERS WITH
spend today, and it will doubtlessbe were Arthur Jackson, T. M. Jackson -

Yesterday City Clerk Carl Jansen the dullest Saturday seen in Orlando LINE REPRESENTATIVES Elijah Jackson, Florzell Terrell W. Currie, who was released by

submitted to the city council his sec for some time. I and Sydney Adams. The arrests were the coroner's jury at Oviedo last Monday

ond quarterly report for the city com- All day yesterday merry automo- The injunction has already been Washington, July 3.-Special.-) made on warrants issued by U. S. on $15,000 bond for the killingof

missoiners, and it is a very interest bile parties were leaving and the exodus drawn up and unless the county com- The constitutionalists' junta here today District Attorney H. S. Phillips, and B. F. Bryan, is wanted in Seminole

ing document, which will be printed : continued throughout the night. missioners agree to brick the Orlan- wired Carranza to hasten his reply the negroes were brought to Orlando county on the charge of murder, a.

in full in the Sentinel in a day or I Many more will go this morning by do-Kissimmee road all the way to the to the mediators' invitation to and carried before U. S. Commis- warrant having been issued for him

two. I automobile, while a large number Osceola line, it will be filed and Or- meet informally with the Huerta en- sioner W. L. Tilden, and released on late yesterday afternoon. Mr. Currie

During the quarter closing July 1st?have gone overby train. ange county's good road money may voys. This action followed a confer- bonds of $300 each. The preliminary could not be located by Orange county -

the council held twenty-two meetings The ferry at Sanford is worryingthe be tide up in the courts for years, to ence that Attorney Douglas, the legal hearing was continued until July 8th. officers last night, who were noti-
automobile parties, and the fear the everlasting detriment and injury representative of the Carranzistas, .
a full membership being present ati The five negroes were loitering fied by the sheriff of Seminole county
each. This is two more meetingsthan I of delay there caused many cars to of the county. In a way the meeting held here late this afternoon with around the Tangerine postoffice on that he was wanted.

in the preceding quarter. I leave at unearthly hours last night in I of the commissioners next week will Secretary of State Bryan. It is be- the day of the robbery when Post- The warrant upon which Currie is

i', order to be first on the ground this be one of the most important they lieved that Secretary Bryan, who had master W. L. Layton locked up for wanted is reported to have been sworn
Several ordinances have been
morning.The I have ever held. been in conference earlier in the day I j dinner. When the postmaster returned out by J. H. Bryan, of Kissimmee, a
notable I
passed during the quarter, automobile in which '
races,
Public sentiment is so overwhelm- : with the American peace mediators, he discovered that money order relative of the victim of Currie's

among them being the ordinance pro three Orlando cars are entered, is the ingly in favor of the completion of : Justice Lamar and Frederick Leh- I funds to the amount of $63.60, deadly aim in the shooting near Chu-

hibiting all kinds of signs and other big attraction, but the ball game be- the road, as promised'by the commis- mann, informed Douglas that unless postoffice funds to the amount of luota last Saturday night.

obstructions from being placed on the tween Daytona and Orlando appealedto sioners in their Carranza sent an answer before the
pre-election resolu- $23.03, and personal funds of the At the coroner's'inquest Currie entered -
t sidewalks. This ordinance sets Sep- quite a number. i tion, which was published in the Sentinel 1 end of the week the mediators would postmaster to the amount of $35 had a plea of self defense and was
tember 1st as the day by which all. beautiful silver for the
The prizes believe that he is themto
I several days ago, that it is merely using been stolen. charged with manslaughter, being released
I existing signs in conflict therewith winners of the automobile races were i hoped and expected that the commissioners gain time and abruptly end all I Investigation by Deputy Marshal on $15,000 bond. His releasewas
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shall be removed.
on exhibition in Orlando yesterdayat I will change their plans to further efforts to bring peace to Mex- Rennolds and Postoffice Inspector H. a disappointment to the relatives,
t The of the contracts for the T. H. Evans' jewelry store, and
letting complete the small strip of this im- ico through mediation. I IL Connor, on June 25,convinced them of the man he killed and the issuanceof

laying of 130,000 square yards of attracted.a great deal of attention. portant highway which was elimi- I i The Mexican envoys, it was announced : that the negroes were the guilty par- a warrant today will result in his

brick paving and 90,000 lineal feet of (' nated from the plans, in order to I today, will remain in New ,ties. A window had been pried open, arrest, if located, and he will be

curbing, together with the signing of $73,000,000 TOTAL OF 'CORPORA bring the total cost of the brick pav- York city for the next few days so : an old sword which had been in a locked up in the Seminole county jail

200 $500 bonds in payment for same, TION AND INCOME TAX ing within the $500,000 limit. as to be ready to meet immediately I barn nearby being used, and footprints until a preliminary hearing can be
stands as the most important work I
1 Aside from the direct promise of I with Caranzistas if an agreement for of one of the men and a boy
accomplished by the commissioners Washington, July 3.Special.Totals ( .)- held.While
a conference is seached. Currie could not be located
the commissioners to build this road ; {were clearly seen. All the negroes
1 the of the individual income and
during
quarter. through from the Seminole to the Os- i| Consul Silliman, former vice-consul are quite young, one being a mere last night it is not believed that he is

During the quarter the city acquired corporation tax receipts by districtswere i i ceola county line, there are many other -', at Saltillo leaves here tonight to return boy. seeking to evade the officers. Immediately

an ambulance, a gift from the i given out by the treasury de I reasons why it would be a mis- : there as consul. He is instruct- following the killing, accord-
partment today. The total collections (
Elks. I amounted to of which i take to leave a gap at the south end I ted from both President Wilson and THREE KILLED AND FORTY INJURED ing to reports, he telephoned the
$71,384,156.13,
t The clerk issued 69 dog licenses, I $43,079,819.44 from the tof the county. There is a strip of ; Secretary Bryan to use his office to BY LIGHTNING sheriff of Seminole county and volun-

compared with 191 during the preced- I came corpora ( territory forty miles east and west 'bring about permanent peace ar- tarily gave himself up. It was reported -
J tion and from indi-
ing quarter. Five milk licenses Vere'i' tax $28,306,336.69 and about twelve miles north and I rangements between Villa and Car last night that he had gone to

issued, while 12 was the total last vidual i income tax returns. New York south which has had practically no ranza. The main work of the admin- Salisaw, Okla., July 3.-(Special) Jacksonville and he may be arrested
led all other states in both individual
quarter. Sixty-five permits were issued [! 1 money whatever spent on it for roads istration now is to straighten out the -Three persons were killed and forty there.

2 to plumbers, water and light and ,income tax and corporation tax. It j-nearly five hundred square miles of difficulties between Villa and Car- injured, many seriously, when a bolt

I telephone companies to open up 'i is expected that belated returns which i! Orange county territory that has ranza and induce them to name dele- of lightning struck a picnic party WAVED AT WIFE AND KILLED

streets for the installation of new I' will reach the treasury department been no expense to the county. gates to meet the Huerta delegates. I here this afternoon. Thousands had HUSBAND WHEN HE

work or repairs. Sixty-three permits within the ten days grace period allowed I The people residing in that terri- I gathered to hear Senator Gore speak. OBJECTED
by law will swell the total of
He when the storm
: for sinilar purposes were issued during was speaking
the two forms of tax to close to $75- American Delegates Reach Capital
long-suf-fering
broke
and the crowd rushedto
the preceding quarter. i I suddenly Franklin
000,000. Washington, July 3.-The American Ky., July 3.-SpeciaL-(
j A handsome gain in the number of i(realized that they had no material delegates to the Niagara mediation shelter under trees. The trees Al Hester was shot and killed at

building permits and the value of the COOPER CONVICTED OF USING with which to build roads and were conference-Justice Lamar and were covered with a network elec- Portland, Tenn., near here today. E.

: buildings over the preceding quarter MAILS TO DEFRAUD i willing to wait until the county was Frederick W. Lehmann-returned to tric light wires and a temporarywater R. Butt, county commissioner, is in

is shown. A total J4 building able material pipe ran exposed along the jail charm with the crime.
;F. per New York, July 3.-William H. financially to import the capital today and conferred with
t I I I struck the electric
mits were issued, as against a total head of the New When the bond issue came before the President Wilson and Secretary of ground. Lightning Hesii 'Ts formerly postmaster
,i Cooper, formerly
of 50 the preceding quarter, and the I York Central Railroad j i people they thought their time had State Bryan. While the Niagara [, wires and also the water pipes. Portland, and also president of the
[I company,
approximate value of these buildings least small of I Many who were standing on the pipe Portland bank, and is wealthy.For .
charged, with using the mails to de- come to get at a strip conference is in recess awaiting Carranza's very
thrown down and
r and repairs, acrording to the figures road and voted almost wer violently some some time there has been bad
I I fraud some 800 investors out of $475- (good they Ii canvass of his generals as to them
of did
''k furnished by the applicants, was $85- I, 000, was found guilty today in the I unanimously for the bonds. They sending delegates to treat with Huer- hours. not regain consciousnessfor blood between Hester and Butt. Hester

747. The value of buildings for which federal court. Many of his victimswere : have been' paying a road tax during I ta's emissaries the American dele- had forbidden Butt from visitingthe

s ,. permits were granted the preceding officers and enlisted men in the : all the years that such a tax has been gates will remain in Washington.The I Hester home. Today Butt passedthe
'* given at $70,380. [ that POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS TO house four times and each time
,quarter was United States army and marine corps. levied in this county, and now three South American mediatorsalso

#' During the quarter just dosed 161 Sentence was deferred. I there is a chance that they will not will return here shortly and keepin COME TO FLORIDA waved at Hester's wife Hester went

warrants were sworn out by police Cooper's after selling I get what they expected and ought to touch with the situation, awaitingthe into the street and Butt fired at him.
company
IfS issue it Grand Rapids, Mich., July 3.-Spe-( When Hester returned the fire Butt
Z' officers and private citizens. In the great quantities of 6 per cent realty have from the bond is not next move.

t mayor's. court 159 cases were tried, in I I I bonds, went into bankruptcy with lit- unreasonable for them to fight for it, Igleisias Calderon, one of the con- cial)-Harvey 0. Carr, for,, many ran into the barn. Several shots were

123 of which fines were imposed, 26eash' tie or n.o assets. Claude J. Van Slyke, going into the courts if necessary and stitutionalist leaders expected to rep years secretary of the International fired from the barn and Hester fell
I I I OSSiblY tying the entire bond resent Carranza if he sends Police Chiefs' associaton, resigned as dead. Shortly after the shootingButt
bonds were forfeited and two j James A. Robinson and Ernest Sharp, I up delegates,
cases. .. were dismissed. The total I I Coopers associates, were indicted issue for a long time. declared today he did not believe the I I chief of the Grand Rapids police department and his brother came from the'

amount of 'fines_ and forfeitures col- I,I i I with him. Van Slyke and Robinson I canvass of constitutionalist chiefs 'I today. Carr has purchased barn and Butt was placed under arrest -

'jected 1nc"TW.a substantial ] corn-1 would authorize sending delegates to an orange grove in Florida and is going .
:1r ) was $889.50. :pleaded guilty. Sharp awaits,trial. I I
decrease in the number of arrests f the road promised, and that they will treat with Huerta unless they wentto there to live. I, ,

I and* the amount of fines collectn PEOPLE'S NATIONAL MAKES A lIdo' so if they can devise a way to provide discuss terms of surrender. He THE WEATHER

ed from the previous quarter. GOOD SHOWINGThe the funds. There was a $600,000 gave it as his opinion that the pro- Washingotn administration. Florida: Partly cloudy "with local
I Mr. Silliman will be raised to the thunder showers Saturday and Sun
it. The. total collections from all statement of the People's National bond issue, $100,000 of which was to posal to discuss the internal affairsof f i
be used in building clay roads. It Mexico would be rejected. i full rank of consul later but not at day.
sources for the quarter was $15,304.- bank, published in another column I
I will be practically for the Alfredo Breceda, Rafael Zubaranand this time because such an act might
1 97. Expenditures for all is impossible
purposes most creditable to that insti'tution. -
amounted to. $20,894.77. A balance I'! An increase of deposits of county commissioners to spend all of Luis Cabrera, all of the constitu- possibly be construed as a recognition BASEBALL RESULTS
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: this $100,000 in building clay roads in tionalist junta here, held conferences of Huerta. The president, however,
is .left 'in the city treasury and on : $57,541.25 is shown since the last : '
pre- and in conversation with a but did not see the returning Amer- I has issued an executive order authorizing National League .'
;." deposit in,banks of $15,241.65. vious statement made on March 4th. one year,
'$; ,A total 1 of 29 births, 18 white and An increase of $128,286.99 is shown Sentinel representative yesterday, ican delegates. the appointment and the nomination Boston 5, Brooklyn 6. !
< : will be sent to the senate when Pittsburg 2 Chicago 1.
Hon. Braxton Beacham suggests that Silliman Off to Saltillo ,
colored is
11 shqwn by 'the report. in deposits for the past The "
year.
John R. Silliman vice- the Mexican ,difficulty is solved. New York 6, Philadelphia 3.
,. V-Twenty-six deaths were reported dur- total deposits on June 30, 1913, were about $40,000 of this amount be usedto formerly ,
the OrlandoKissimmeeroad consul at Saltillo, left Washington to- President Congratulates American St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 5.
i ing the. 14 of which complete
:4y : ,quarter, were '$250,074.01, as compared with deposits -
I the Osceola line. day for Mexico as President Wilson's Delegates American League
'y whiieand.12 colored. Of the deaths, the to
date
on this
same
.. of
"'- t year the 2-1 New York 0-0. '
President Wilson greeted Philadelphia ,
1{. y :18,werje males and eight females. l$378,286.00. The officials of the People's "This money can be repaid into the personal envoy to attempt to induce
constitutionalist leaders to mediate American delegates warmly, when Washington 12-1, Boston 03.
I clay road fund, said :Mr. Beacham,
'J; r* SIDEWALK CONTRACT LET TO1'a ;I remarkable National growth are justly of the proud bank of and the "out of the surplus from the fine and I I their differences with Huerta and to they went to the White House thif Detroit 8, Cleveland 2.

R. CARROLL '! iU showing is a credit to the city and forfeiture fund, which goes into the i bring about harmony between Car- afternoon. Chicago 3, St.Louis 2.

.. j'I evidence of the financial road fund anyway, and if enough is ranza and Villa. 1 "I'm proud of the way you repre- Federal League
'?1: prosperity of sented the United States said he. Buffalo 1, Brooklyn 9.
not forthcoming from that source Mr. Silliman had a.final conferencewith ,
:'!11 t.The'tity' council yesterday after- i this section.
K.It. Mrioen awarded the contract for laying''': there remains the regular road tax. the president. While he would The conference was brief aid an Indianapolis 2, .Chicago 5.

; : ?{ ulewalkat in,front of property where i, CITY TREASURER SUBMITTED This tax will be levied as usual but not discuss his mission to Mexico, it engagement was made for a longerone Pittsburg 0-4, Baltimore 79.Southerp I

':"# f :IthYproperly.owners had failed to lay MONTHLY REPORT there will be a considerable mileageof was suggested by officials that t the later. As the delegates were League
leaving the members of the cabinet )Montgomery 8, Memphis 5.
brick roads that will need president expects him to be influential -
no repair
:8iI when ordered to do so, to R. :M. City Treasurer S. W. Howe sub
( time with the in continuing the work begun at were arriving. All the secretaries New Orleans 5, Atlanta 5. Niner ,
for conse-
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:1 pi1o![ }fr..Carroll was the lowest mitted his monthly report to the city some
Mr. Lehmann and Jus darkness.* 4i
cocgratulatd innings
-, .!,j,bidder;when bids 'were opened at ,a4tfe2er council yesterday afternoon, showing quent saving of a considerable sum Niagara Falls. I ;
tice Lamar. i Mobile 3, Chattanooga 1.
meeting of th ecouneiL I a balance on June 1st of $6,120.46 usually spent for road repairing. While Carranza is canvassing his ,
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council! 'also voted to allow the'Rolurdeer :' receipts of It might be argued that the com- generals on meeting the Huerta dele- Nashville 6, Birmingham 3.
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$1,417.35, and expenditures :
Orlando pennants for Daytona, South Atlantic League P.J
t .firemen '$10'per month to' I missioners have no right to use the gates, Mr. Silliman is expected to tell =
amounting to
,429616. The
*x road to build brick roads, the constitutionalists of the importance IL S. flags for the fourth of July. Charleston 5, Macon 0.
money
clay
.;; g4 prrid: \heyTj5ee. fit around their balance hand I
JI .!. on July 1st was $3I I Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. Columbia .Columbus 1. .
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ORLANDO BOOSTERS IN Also notify A. W. Fritot, Div. P.A. recall their mayor, John C. Blocker \\ \\\'\\ \

Yr PALM BEACH Atlantic Coast Line R. R., just what as they charge that he cursed a .1111111111111111111111.1.IIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllliiiiiiiiii llllllllllllllllllill.

Pulman reservations you will want, Tampa woman and cut the throat ofa
The mayor of Stuart does not relish so that he may take care of you in collie belonging to her, severely but MilllllllMtlllllllllimttteiM 11'11111"

Fy' any criticism of that place' on account the special Pulman sleepers which not fatally. They also want to recall

of the trouble the Orlando will be provided for this movement. Commissioner Lizette, whom they

L ,- boosters had in getting acrosss then The South Atlantic Limited,through charge with having ulterior motives. THE

river and writes the Palm: Beach solid train to Cincinnati, in connec- : GRAND THEATRECOOLEST !

Post as follows: tion with the Pennsylvania lines to

"In a recent issue of the Post you Pittsburg, have been selected as the .IIIIII"GII QIIII IIII'McCUllOCU'S
informed the public that the Orlando
official route; this takes you through
good roads boosters, about forty Cincinnati, etc. The train will leave
made formal complaint to the boardof Jacksonville at 8:15 PJtf., July 6, SPOT IN THE TOWNTODAY iCmMMiimMtiHiiMIIIMHMlHmieilMMf

trade of West Palm Beach against reaching Cincinnati at 3:50 the fol- .
the ferryman at Stuart because the lowing evening and arriving in Pitts- 11111 11111 11111 lilt

said ferryman did not put them burg at 7 o'clock next morning.We i .
: across the river, etc. You, then ask Department Store
hope this matter will be givenas
"how it happened" and suggest that .
much publicity as possible, in or- ,
{ ''the ferryman had naught'to do withy
der that there may be a good repre- :
the crossing since they-seventee j sentation from this State. Tumblers "Pathe Daily News." You should it
automobiles at one time-crossed on Jelly see every day. \ \ (

the railway bridge.
"In reply I wish to say that this is The wreck of the steamer :Mary B. : "
not the first, the fourth, nor yet the Franklin, which was burned and sunk I: Fruit Jars "Navajoe' Blanket. A two part Kalem drama.

four hundredth time, that Stuart has between Forts Dade and DeSoto the I'

been forced to suffer cruel and,unjust other day, is to be salvaged as soon : "Pierre of the North "
drama. A |
' criticism on account of the oft and as the weather permits. The hull, !: all kinds'Preserving an Essanay

various delays which people from all lying in 22 feet of water will be :: ; : good one.

{ parts of the world have been forced pumped out and towed into port.
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to undergo when trying to enter Palm
z .' Beach county from the north-the FOR SALE I'' eUlesI "Lo! the Poor Indian," an Edison comedy.
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' only land approach possible.

"The Orlando, boosters arrived at Giorgia'peaches, wholesale or retail "
the dock on the north side about two fresh every day. Also have J,', THAT ORCHESTRA I
fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, at'
I 20 S. Orange Avenne.IOIIIIIII'lflllll .
3 o'clock in the afternoon. None of us King's grocery. store, 47 West Church :
knew they were there until about five street. I ,

- -when some of them walked across The Georgia Man, I CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc. \

the railway bridge. We at once se- -- -- I
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G night and ordered a sumptuous din- Monday..."Adventures of Kathlyn."
:; JOHN B. STET-c 'N UNIVERSITYLINCOLN :

ner."In addition to this.courtesy Judge HULLEY, Ph. D.,. lilt. D., LL. D., President tl "
Friday July 10th.-"Brewster's Millions.
Hancock and others opened Woodman
THE BEST SCHOOL A'So FOR YOUR CHILDRENSend
hall, a large room 30 by 60,
them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept.'25.
brilliantly lighted with'gas, with .11.11111.,111111.111111111111..111111111&1&11111111111111 111111111illll
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belongs
place
; as a 469 Students Last Year College of Business
a kind. About fifty of our people had $1,000.000 Endowment Preparatory Academy
23,500 Volumes in Library School of Mechanic Arts iiiiiMMiMiiMiiiMMiiMiiiiMHHMiMMiiMM "
been invited to attend a reception in $10,000 Pipe Organ School of Music | || | | |mtMIHitHMHI >mOHMIHHM &
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
the where/we had music
.. evening refreshments -
Unsurpassed General Equipment Noimal School tl'IIIO.'t'II"IIJII""t.
and speeches prepared for Separate Dormitories for young mrn and young women. Careful administration Statement of the Condition of the ,
and thorough supervision Christian and not sectarian teaching.For .
their pleasure. They were given they
catalog or views, for information,or for room reservation address I
a, keys chose.and told to "romp" all they JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. D- FLORIDA Orlando Bank & Trust Co.,


J "The river at'this time was exceedingly Orlando, Fla, I

Ff. Y rough. The wind had been
coming in from the ocean for about inimiiiimittitiMiiiiiimiitiitiiittiiHimmGRAND At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. .

.i 48 hours. It was impossible for they RESOURCES.
ferryman to have crossed. No one

to 1 would dare attempt it. There was VIEWNewest Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514

no assurance that even the next day Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . 622 34
they could cross. Thus, vexed almost Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018 33
to desperation, one brave fellow Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 26,637 37

t. said, "I will run my machine Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,39318

t' across the railway bridge on the "
ties." And he did. and most up-to-date hotel in $724,185 88

I "In quick succession they all came I LIABILITIES.

across without let or hindrance of Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. Capital Stock -. . . . . . . . . . . . . .\ $100,000

", any sort. They departed at once for the beautiful River Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35
: West Palm ; Overlooking Pigeon
Beach where they said Re-Discounts . . . . . . :. . . . . . . . . None

f s I "We will"do the romping act in proper | Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

style. They were very appreciative Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

I t treatment of our and cordiality went intelligently and courteous ; tern North Carolina. Open July first. Due to Banks . . . . . . . .'. . . . . ./. . 1,55506

to the proper place to enter 'com $724,185 88
: 1 plaints on' the county's employe-the

ferryman.'" Reserve Carried by the Bank ,,. . . . . . $291,393

I Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89 f
MRS. J. R. McFADYEN
J TO THE ORLANDO BOARD ,OF ,
I! TRADE: Reserve in Excess" of Amt. Required by Law' $174,859 59

6-20-d&w CANTON N. C. Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
! r The Jacksonville Real Estate Exchange Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
is going to attend the meets -

ing of the National Association of ilMMimitiillMHIMMMttMtMlllililllHIieiM"STARVING S INCREASE- . . . . . . . . . $54,911 48
Real Estate Exchanges at Pittsburg,
Pa., July 9, 10 and 11, with the inten- The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors

f tion of securing, if possible, the National TO DEATH"Was I to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
Convention for 1915. treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

It is their intention, as one of the Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

attractive features offered, to carry safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
Mrs. Bell of Florida When
from six hundred to a thousand of
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these prominent delegates, who will .sshisUiiS ;I 1111:1111'1' : .fll.III. .. III.IIlllllrl..I..I.III.IIIIIItI11t'.1111111111..I.I.t.

come from al parts of the United She Began Taking Pemna.Tea. .

States and Canada, around the State .
I was starving to death." we heard from her December 1912, I
of Florida, stopping at as many pointsas aid ftrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
practicable and showing as much Florida, Box 204, "when I began to. For other testimonials on catarrhof For Sale
of the State to them as possible in take Peruna. I could not eat any- i the stomach see Ills of Life" sent I
f- an attractive manner. thing. It I swallowed anything it i. free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus,
soured on my stomach. My stomach Ohio. -
. The decided advantage to you and was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined -
your section will be the routing of acted as If I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8-room : .
this State-wide tour through your was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the sameas : / ;
doctors had been employed, but the nose and throat Catarrh of.. 1
gave
section of the State,. with a stop in i : House 2 doors : :I ,
me no relief. I was continually I the stomach and bowels Will derangethe I
I your City, that you may show the growing, worse.I functions of these organs. The i -
i i
j representative real estate dealers of I Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. west of Wyoming arrived load
The food lying in the stomach, even Just car
America and Canada attractionsand
your my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion. : Hotel. Bargain :
advantages} The Jacksonville Straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw Immediately sours, The souring pro- ; FORDS for immediate -
Real Estate Exchangte peels your some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and Irritation.
testimonial from a woman who had : i i ij
support in this. I Food Sours In the StomachA delivery.Get .
been troubled much like myself.
' The trip to Pittsburg and return concluded to try Peruna.I portion of the undigested meal is

t can be made for one hundren dollars, Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed into the system by the blood now
vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe j : A. L. Bentley j j yours
1 which will include railroad fares, the same Ume I wrote to Dr. whole system, producing a condition ,
" sleeping car accomodations and din- Eartman. He pronounced my case now known as autointoxication;' RUSH t
j | F. G.
,
AVENUE
10 E. AMELIA | |
k ing car and hotel service, and it has catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning The fermenting, Irri-
r been suggested that probably I soon began taking Peruna. At tating mass as it passes down into Phone 226
your once I began to improve. After taking the bowels irritates the bowels, producing iltniittinimiiiiiiiiiiiMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIH f
a Real Estate Exchange or Board of half a bottle my stomach was so sometimes chronic diarrhea,
improved that I could eat some." sometimes the
producing very oppo- !
representative I Began to Recover. site, constipation. < r

t. Mile Real Estate Exchange could Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine SUMMER TIME IS i h
to narrate in detail her rapid im helps to artificially digest the food. v
make him a member in order that provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does Its .
A he might have his credentials with Bald "After taking two bottles of Pemna work It is only temporary. A perma FLY TIMEAre
him so as to talk up his section of the X was strong enough to stand up meat relief can only be expected when I II.
those windows screen
the catarrh is overcome.
State. to wash the dishes. When she began j
taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The ed yet? Patented detach-
It is that the State of
important she had taken five used all
After
pounds. symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers on
Florida go before the Pittsburg Con bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need-
vention with a strong representativebody pounds. She concludes by saying food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on
she is well
as other and larger cities will that Third sour stomach. Fourth heavy when washing windows.
It Was Twelve Yean Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach
A be after the 1916 Convention, and
The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth pal-
t every effort will be made to make a R.J.WALDRONCoatradec
quotation were made was received: pitation of heart. Seventh, poor digestion
good showing. January 29, 1901. In a later letter have dyspepsia. Eighth and BuIlder -
.i 1 If you wish to send a representatire written September 11. 1804 she says tongue coated light brown. Ninth I. WOOD COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
: notify Mr. D. J. Butte, Sec'y. 1 stef the praises of Peruna far,andneat tenderness over pit, of stomach clotheB 410 West StreetfttlilllUfcMiiHMHMilli Wood, $120 a strand up. Handi potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
bear tight
It II used a great deal In our Tenth cannot Quick deEvery. Cash. Apopka Plant
't Jacksonville Real Estate Exchange vicinity. This seems to be a bad around waist Coal Yard,ptwie 566. 9-31-tf eo.. Apppka, Ha. 5-2-tf
with\: the name or names of the par- place for catarrh. We have received People who object to liquid rnedi
x; tiei .you decide on sending, ,in order letttn from Her since. The last time eines can now obtain Perana T..... Read the advertisements daily. -JMtiaal Ssteexibe for the Sentinel.STILL .
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t-- The -- I AMERICAN CUP DEFENDER:
J I THE ROBIN.

t When first the willow catkins I t $ *" EW4Iet

I show Scrap BookGeneral I Uneeda Biscuit I principal New York facts, JulY'concerning 3.-Here the are three the yur

And water elms put on a veil
OS golden glory and the flow II Tempt the appetite, yachts that are competing in the elimination

Of maple sap in trough or pall please the taste and races for the honor of being EOLA PARK POST CARDSWe

Mtt merry drip and tinkle Sheridan's Egg.A I nourish the body. selected as the boat that is to meet

I makes Writer in Nineteenth Century Crisp,clean and fresh- Sir Thomas Lipton's challenger,, have recently received a shipment of
magazine tells an amusing anecdote of
,The pulses leap the fancies 5 cents in the moisture- Shamrock IV. in the International handsome hand
the late Prince Bismarck of Germany. colored postals of the new
; proof package.
;\i; throng, races in September.
During the Franco-Prussian of
Then robin comes at dawn and war park, with a good view of the fountain. Also
1870-1, Bismarck accompanied the Prus- RESOLUTE.

And wakes gladdens all the world with sian forces to the front. At one of thearmy's Owners-Flag Officer's Syndicate, one of the new Methodist in black and white ,

\ song. at his camping lodgings places the Grand Bismarck Duke had of so called because Henry Walters, which can hardly be distinguished from real

High on the cherry tree be Cornelius Vanderbilt, J. P. Morgan,
Mecklenburg and General Philip Sheridan Li photograph. Our fine reproduction Yowell-
tunes the famous American cavalry G. F. Baker, Jr., G. Bourne and Arthur

His voice to many a winsome commander who afterward became C. James, who supplied the money Duckworth building has proven a "best seller. -

Or in lay.the long sweet afternoons general of the United States army. to build her, are or were, flag of- Keep your friends posted on the growthof
Provisions were not plentiful in that ficers of the New York Yacht Club.
.Till sunset his Orlando. 5c for
sings soul 3 cards
region at the time and Bismarck be- Designer-Nat G. Herreshof Amateur ,
J| away. ; -
ing very hungry, went out to find food
bird and wise no idle Sailing Master, Chas. Francis
Bpt
for himself and his guests. He succeeded W. S. BRANCH
Adams 2d
1 praise of Boston. Proffesional ,
t in securing Just five eggs for
Nor foolish blame disturbs his Sailing Master
Captain Christiansen.
which he had to
pay $1 each. Ac-
rest: Hull-white. The Arcade Book and Music Store
cording to the story. Bismarck said to
a Content he weaves dlvinest lays himself "If I take home five I must VAINITIE.
Or tolls at bumble love's be- give two to the
grand duke and two to Owner Alexander Smith
Cochrane
best Sheridan and I shall have but one." .' -
\tfe crown him laureate of our The prince evidently had too keen an [multimillionaire of Yonkers, N. Y., r-
,, I woods and owner of the Smith Carpet worksf >
appetite to be altruistic for what he
we welcome his | Yonkers.
returning did he afterward thus told the nar-

wings. rator. "I ate two upon the spot and Designer-William Gardener, of Hammond &Gore

Ad| dream of joy's beatitudeslWhene'er took home three so that the grand New[ York. Built at Lawley's Yards,

the vernal robin duke had one and Sheridan had
one Neponset, Mass. Sailing Master
I sings and there was one for me. Sheridan (Captain Harry Haff. Hullbronze.DEFIANCE. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EJ1BAUIERS.

I f Benjamin S. Parker. died. He never knew-but I told the .--. - --
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grand duke and be forgave me." REAL VALUES
LOW
PRICES
RoC esolut, an oaLnewhite

Such -Is Life.A Owners-Tri-City Syndicate, so COMPARE
AN APPEAL
i little childhood a little play, [named because her building was financed
t it is women wbo have
jLh
gives A little brushing of tears away.
the costliest bostages to for And then comes youth, happy and gay-\ by fifteen men representingNew OUR
tcnel Out Into the battle of life Such Is life. York, Boston and Philadelphia.E. FURNITUREWe

they have sent their best belov A little youth with golden dreamt, W. Clark and G. M. Pychon represent -
ed 'with fearful odds againsttbjem. A little vision in fitful gleams. the syndicate in the manage- provide the quality furniture that has long

Oh. by the dangers they Till manhood's Such prime-so Is life. it seems ment of the yacht. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

have dared by the hours of pa- standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
Designer-George Owens. Built
tilnt watching over beds where A little taste of full grown power at It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
A little glory for an |Bath, Me. Amateur Sailing Master
hour
hapless children lay, by the in- And then the fading-a withered flower- Mr. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
cline of ten thousand prayers Such la life. Pynchon. Professional Sailing this business,,and that means much to any buyer.
wkfted from their gentle lips to Master, W. B. Howell. Hull-dark
haven A little bending beneath grave cares
I charge you give them bnahogony.REMOVAL.
A little
frosting of whitened hairs
power to protect along life's Then death slips in. BO unawares- McNEQl & DAVIS BLOCK
treacherous highway those whom Such is life. OF ROYAL MILLS ,

they\Vtllard.have so loved-Frances! E. A little darkness, then the dawn; COFFEE ROASTING PLANT Cor. Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando, Ha.4lillMliHIHHmiiCI .

A little terror but soon 'tis gone. L
Oh heavenly peace the victory'a won! J
H. Ohse and D. D.
Awde
announceto
Such is life. I . .
- -Oscar Reser. their patrons and the public at iiuiu I'
large the moving of the Royal Mills ,
A TRIBUTE. I Named It. Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure

John A. Logan is past all flattery Dr. Stantn Colt of London, who has Food Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone j t lilMIMIIMMMtHHIIII.
Shall we call him brave? been visiting friends in New York, tells ;treet, next door to Mrs. Soper's mil-
inery, corner of Church and Boone
Others
have
worn that crimson this himself
story on
:
badge. Great men become "At a reception In London a young up;treets to date, where coffee they and will tea store.conduct Later an :. i We Will Put the Reinsof

i *es. The people single them woman was persisting that I should hey will handle a full line of spices, .
out with the ready common dance with her. I explained that I had xtracts, baking powders, etc. :
sense, which belongs to no man. not danced for years. 'But' said she 'I In making this move they will be Success in Your
but to all men. Logan is our do so want to say I've danced with the tter able to serve their customers .
pleat volunteer. So they have bead of the Ethical society in London.' han heretofore. Call and try a pack-

! named him. and so will he be, So I consented on condition that we ge of their excellent coffees and HandsHow

known when we are forgotten.piatever dance in a room off to one side, wheremy ess. Remember the place, 201 Boone :
Is heroic awkwardness would not be so con treet; phone 486; or get it from the
they can spicuous. As I was hopping about per. .agon at your door. Purity, fresh- ? By furnishing with
mike classic. In calling him you
spiringly I became conscious that I ess, strength, full weights, and
to? great volunteer we have un- ways look tor that name 'saved guaranteed
was under observation. I looked In money you perfect Fertilizer. Let
up.
; a
wjttingly done injustice to Logan. the doorway stood Bernard Shaw,with money back. 7-1-lw ourrepresenta-

Ask those who served a smile of devilish delight tive call He will
on give you
a
with him and will you.
they answer. *"
Ah, said haw, It's the ethical FOURTH OF JULY
"Men whom Logan led never movement I perceive.'"New York : formula that will make and mature
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turned
back. 'IIA
Only a compre- World. PLEA FOR "THE WIDOWS - --- ----- ----- --- -------- -- ------- -
bjnslve mind can take eventsa I Fish fry at Russell's Point. Good fruit

| they come and mold them to Spoiled.In 1\(\ lIITE"JUST NOW. music, dancing, bathing, and other ; your

eta will as if they ,had been ordered the early days of Johannesburgwater sports. Take Jones' 'bus in front of
in advance. * It wash was often very scarce. A lady I I
Oh, If we could only impress thenct postoffice. 28-tf
who gave us the sweet ob- who was staying at a hotel there one !
B rrance of Memorial day. Only morning saw a bathtub half fun of upon the minds and hearts of

a poet could have thought of it: water standing outside her door and, e very man, woman and child in flor- T r

only a poet could have made it thinking it was intended for her use ida to-day, that the least they can Griffing's Trees m r Fe1h11r! r

ccme true. It is above all oth- took possession of it. Later, however, do for us, would be of real help to us, .

f eis, our best loved holiday, our some one came to fetch the tub and we would not be in financial need, as Give ResultsOrder

1 festival ,of memory, love andb4anty.George' was eitremely angry to find it gone. we are to-day. ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
R. Peck. Then the lady learned to her dismay your ROSES and ARBORVI-
that she had taken all the water in the Look Here! Just see what can be TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow. 1111111.111111111.IQlellllllllll.et .I.I.I.IIIIII.ttt

hotel and that it was required for done with one cent, for Florida's Office opposite P. O.GRIFFING'S .
_ _ _ _.. _
cooking., "It would not have matteredso homeless and abandoned little ores.
I TREES GIVE RESULTSOne
WORDS OF WISDOM. much. said the angry servant,"had One Cent will pay for a postal card tMIIIIIIMMHHMIMMtltUCMUHiiMMlimfrCOW "

pvery vice makes its guilt the you not used soap!" reply to one of the thousands of let- reason:
The Griffings are the best and
more conspicuous in proportion
ters received annually asking our aid
to the rank of the o>renderJuT High Cost Humor. most experienced propagaters PEASWe
and help. in the state, and one or more
DaI.I From the
high cost of living two of the! five on the
__ are always
Two Cents will for letter to
Jests are evolved for us. pay one ground.
I\If it were in my power I The first Is about a young couple some poor mother or father whose little

w luld be wiser, but a newly teltpi'1wer who have* discovered how to make ones they are so anxious about. W H, BROKAW

carries me off in spite of both ends meet They begin dinner Five Cents will buy a loaf of bread, Salesman
myself. Love leads me one way, with oxtail soup and end with head
a spool of thread, some food for the Grapefruit and Orange Trees"MMMMMMMIMIIMMt
mj understanding another. I seea:1d cheese. You'll hare to study quite have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
hundreds of little
the and ones annually at i
approve right yet awhile to get this one.
pjirsue the wrong.-0vid. The other is about another young our Receiving Home. I - *' ; HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming -

couple who tried to economize by going Ten Cents will pay for a quart of quantity desired. Price sure right.

Everything that thou reprov- "back to the soil" Their ten acres milk for some of our tiny little aban- : Shoe Repairing
est in another thou must most and freedom was at the edge of virgin
a doned helpless babies. We carry constantly a full line of crate material of
carefully avoid in thyselt-Cio forest They lived on the vegetables :
ere. they raised-meat was too dearto Twenty-Five Cents will buy a good by PARCEL POST! all kinds.

bo be thought of. But one snowy day pair of stockings for one of the hun

bi fortified government is safe unless it the husband took his gun and started dreds of little girls or boys coming Men's Half Soles, 7sc to 8c Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers
by good will.Nepos. for the woods. under
our care. Ladles' Half-Soles, 60e to He etc. Phones 181191.
He had been gone two hours, when ,
I Fifty Cents will pay for a little dressor Children's Half Soles, $0cto
fIe preferred to be good rather his wife heard his cheery shout. She 750
tfan to seem so.-Sallust rushed to the door-he was coming waist for some little child. Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo

with the carcass of some creature he Seventy-Five Cents will pay the doc Heels Repaired, 2SC I: F. F. Dutton

.had slain. tor's prescriptions for some little sickchild All work returned in 24 boars.I I
i J' "Meat-meat at last!" he shouted. at our Home. Orders without remittance returned :
SANFORD FLORIDA
TO PRAY. "What sort of meat' she cried. One Dollar will buy four dozen eggs C. O. D. We pay I ,

Ch sweeter than the marriage "Venlsonr: for our little y6ungsters. return postage. 'I 5-15-tf.
feast, She sank to the ground in a.state of
Two Dollars will buy a dandy pairof
Tis sweeter far to me utter collapse. "We can't eat It!" she : ;
shoes for .." ,111".1111..1.1..1111..1.11.11.1..1...
some big boy or girl. A. Hanson
To walk together to the kirk sobbed over and over again. "VenisonIs
With a goodly company! deer too P-Cleveland Plain Dealer. Four Dollars will' pay for a little 19 East Pine Street

i child's railroad fare to the Home froma iiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
ORLANDO FLORIDA
To walk together to the kirk Necessary, Perhaps. long way from Jacksonville. t rt

f lAnd together pray, Prince Henry, third son of the king Five Dollars will help provide a good ..... . . . " . . .. . ...

While each to his great Father and queen of England who is fourteen home for some homeless little tot. New White Sailors

bends years of, ape. is regarded as the humorist -
Ten Dollars will of work-
pay one our
Old men and babes and loving of the royal family.On Takes Off Freckles
er's salary a whole week. ,
friends one occasion his elder brothers
And youths and maidens gay! were discussing their future careers. Fifteen Dollars will pay our grocery Removes Tan The latest fadINTHEEAST'
The Prince of Wales boasted that he 'bill at the Home a whole week. 4 ,. ,

Farewell farewell; but this I intended to be a great general Prince Twenty Dollars will pay for a wi- Beautify your complexion. Get
rid of those freckles. You :
: can
tell Albert said he intended to win undyIng (dow's pension a whole month and help invest SOc in a jar of WILSON'S .
To thee, thou wedding guest- fame as an. admiral When the ]her keep her children with her. FRECKLE CiEAY"

1 He prayeth well, who loveth weD two boys had exhausted the glories of T1f nty-Five Dollars sent to the and they'll disappear. Severe :
'Both man and bird and beast their own careers they turned to their, cases may require two jars- 4 \
I Children's Home Society of Florida
younger; brother, who had been listenIn no more. We positively guarantee
He prayeth best who loath best : quietly and patiently to the intended ;will do more real good than any other this, and if your com :I USSESIIHLTOir&DTJM:

All things both great and exploits of his elders. 1 1What place or charity on earth. plexion isn't many restored to

I small are you going to do. Henry?" Now Please do not write and tell us its money natural without beauty argument., we agree And to refund in addition you :.

for the dear God who loveth us he was asked.Prance 1 that you are unable to do anythingfor WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant 4 for CorsetsMcCall's
toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to row : Agents Barclay
He made and loveth all Henry thought hard for a {
f us, but do what you can, and remember and does positively remove TAN and
-tSamuel, Taylor Coleridge in minute. Then he said quietly, "I think that little bit helps. FRECkLES. Try it at our risk. Price 4
every
sent by mail if desired. Mammoth
jst: $1.00.
tThe Rime of the Ancient I'll just stay at home and point out to Signed: The Children's Home WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Sc. Wilson Patterns
f- Mariner." people all the great things you are do- Freckle: Cream Co., Charleston S. (X, makers. ,
of FloridaR. For sale
ing-in case they don't notice themr Society byJ. .
T. COVINGTON, Treas. . N. McELROY ttltltt"'4+ & H++ .+mnmitiimctntiiMiiMUTILAJE.D s.k.

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THE DAILY INJUNCTION PREPARED NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

= South Florida Sentinel (Continued from Office of Supervisor-T-of Registration Of the Seventh Judicial-Circuit tf the State -
page 1) .f Florida for Orange County

MORNING AND WEEKLY but surely they have as much right to Notice is hereby given that the -
JOSiAH FERRIS Editor and Ome do so as they have to decline to build books for registration of voters for I City of re.Orlando
the General Election to be held in
Ida E. Davis.
a: important part of the most im-
A Entered at the postoffic at Orlando. Flor- : very November, 1914, will be open at my Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien.
lea, a* Second Class Mail Matter. Firtant highway in the county, after office, Room 20, Court House, Orlando To the defendant Ida E. Davis: NOT TO KNOW USAlmost )
It appearing from the affidavit of the City
giving a direct promise before the Fla., every Thursday, Friday and Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed
SUBSCRIPTION RATES election to build it. Saturday from August 5th to Octo- that he believes you are a non-resident of the
Daily 1 Year .............,............$5.0 ber 6th 1914, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. State of Florida and that your residence is
Daily, 6 Month, ....................... 2..1i0 Whether this or some other plan is and from 2to5p.m. unknown and that there is no person in this
Daily. 8 Months ......*............... US H. WILLIAMS state the service of a subpoena upon whom I ,
Daily 1 Month .....r................. .50 devised to complete the road to the FRANK I would bind you, and that your age is above
Supervisor of Registration for I the age of 21 years.
Osceola county line, the interests of .
It is therefore ordered that do
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 the county demand that it be so completed Orange County. !, in this Court to the bill herein you filed appear upon
Weeily. 6 Months ..................... .'ii I 7-4-wklyto8-l September 7, A. D. 1914.
and nothing less than a full I It is further ordered that this order of
TO ADVERTISERS compliance with the pre-election IN THE CIRCUIT COURT publication be published once a week for eight
J : consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sen-
promise of the commissioners will tinel a newspaper published in Orange county -
s Copy for display and all wilier hand-sc Of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof Florida.
V aJrrrtuinf must be handed in at the business satisfy the people of the county. Florida for Orange County Witness my hand and the seal of said Cir-
lice of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. cuit Court this"3rd day of July. A. D. 1914. ,1.x'e
the day before publication. This rule applies The leaving of a gap in the state City of Orlandovs. (Seal B. M. ROBINSON.
U changes for contract advertising; it It highway from Tampa to Jacksonville, I I Clerk Circuit Court Orange County.By .
\\r> variable and wifl be strictly adhered to. Lucy L. Dozier. M. A. HOWARD.
r even though only four miles in length,I' Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. 7-4-8tw Deputy Clerk.
_ Sukseriberi desiring The Sentinel discontinued will give Orange county a bad name, To the defendant, Lucy L. Dozier:
from the affidavit of the City
It appearing i
should notify the office in writing on
r the unfavorable this
and comment on Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed I
tilt date of expiration otherwise it will be
continued at the regular subscription rates bad stretch would overbalance all the that he believes that you are a nonresidentof '
I and that residence
the State of Florida your <
nnta notice
to atop is received \
valuable advertising the county will is unknown and that there is no personin '
I this state the service of a subpoena upon \
get from the construction of the many whom would bind you and that your age is ,
: SATURDAY, JULY 4, 19U $ argues
of 21 ,
miles of brick highways. I I above the age years.
It is therefore ordered that you do appearin
With a brick road from county line this court to the bid herein filed upon il'j
The Apopka News is presentingsome I September 7. A. D. 1914. you
line will
to county Orange county seta It is further ordered that this order of :
strong argument in favor of a pace in road building that our sister publication be published once a week for
I I eight consecutive weeks in the South Florida yourself
y bond issue for electric lights for that counties will have to emulate, and I Sentinel a newspaper published in Orange ,
thriving Orange county town. this county will receive great benefit I county Florida. said I
i Witness my hand and the seal of unknownThere
o from the favorable comment on the 1; Circuit Court this 3rd day of July A. D. 1914.

The Live Oak Democrat makes the roads that will be made by all who II i (Sean Clerk Circuit B.Court M. ROBINSON Orange County.By 11I

startling announcement that the editor have occasion to use them. But 'let a 7.4-8tw M. A.Deputy HOWARD.Clerk.

believes in bathing. Some people] car enter the county at the Seminoleline

; don't practice what they preach. and drive within four miles of IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf

r 0- the Osceola line on a fine brick highway : the Seventh Judicial Circuit_of .the Stateof are many who know us in the ordinary
-
The New Smyrna News is urging only to be dumped into a sandy, Florida for Orange County; general way of business, who come

3 some other way than the use of the country road, and the opinion of that I City of Orlando in and secure what they want, but some
driver will have of this county would vs.
mails for notifying the fire depart I A. B. Grove. times fail to take the opportunity of see
not be fit to print, and one knockercan Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien.
ment when there is a fire in that city. "To the defendant, A. B. Grove: ing more fully what we have.
make noise and create
more more It appearing from the affidavit of the City
o unfavorable comment than a half' Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filedI We want those who do this to feel that
For the first time in the history of: I I that he believes that you are a non-resident
dozen boosters can overcome.Of 'of the State of Florida and that your resi- the freedom of the store is theirs. We
Florida, it is said, Semnole Indians the I t dence is Aririe. Alberta. Ca..ada, and that
trial' course, everybody hopes '! there is no person in this state the service ofj want them to feel, like a great number of
testified in court at the of a
matter will be settled amicably and j ja subpoena upon whom would bind you and
man charged with killing "an Indian that your age is above the age of 21 years others KNOW that this store is
that there will be no necessity for appealing -j It is therefore ordered that you do appear
t in Palm Beach county this week. to the courts, with the possibility -I. in this Court to the bill herein filed upon
September 7, A. D. 1914.j "ORLANDO'S FAVORITE SHOPPING
3 o of great delay in building any j It is further ordered that this order of
.
The fact that the state had to dig brick roads at all. The commissioners publication be published once a week for eight PLACE"in
consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sentinel -
: down into the treasury for over 1 published in Orange couni -
are all good men having the best J i Florida.a newspaper every sense of the word.
$3,000 to pay the expenses of the recent interest of the county at heart and i ty.Witness my hand and the seal of said

primary, is another argumentthat they will doubtless agree next week ]': Circuit Court this 3rd day of July. A, D. 1914.
:1 I (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON
will have weight with the legislature to complete the Orlando-Kissimmee, Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County.
when the of that law ; By M. A. HOWARD.
repeal road to the Osceola line. !i I I 7-4-8tw Deputy Clerk.

comes up. To plunge' the bond issue into the!

o courts would be anything but wise, LOST-White bull terrier pup tan

The mediators claim they have pre and might cost the county nearly as.1. spot over left eye. Reward. Phone

; vented war. They did more than much as the four miles of road in :I' 1021. 7-4-3t Are You Planningto
p that. They saved Huerta's face and
: controversy. Prominent citizens from (;i Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
delayed matters so long most people all over the county will appear before is the kind you want. Where to get l

have forgotten that Uncle Sam told the commissioners next week and it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T.

the Mexican dictator he had to salute urge them to carry out their pledgeto Entrican. 120tfjIMtttliMMIIIIilllliIMN take a vacation this year? If you are,

Old Glory or he was coming to Mexico the people. then let us help you solve that ever perplexing '

City to find out the
reason why. ItllUMIIMIItMIIIHMIT.
question of "WHAT TO WEAR"OUR
o HOLD-UP MEN'S HEARING POSTPONED

Florida is yet in an experimentalstage. UNTIL TUESDAYThe Geo. C. DolivePhone N F. HOURIHAN
It is being conclusively dem ; MAGNIFICENT

onstrated that there is not a productof state was not ready yesterday Licensed Plumber and

the soil that can not be success for the Sanitary Engineer ASSORTMENTS
morning at the hour set preliminary J T LIVERY.1[
fully and profitably cultivated on the hearing of the men charged Estimates Furnished. jobbing

sandy soil of this state. All the requirements with holding up the Jones bus last Promptly Attended to. will help you amazinglOur phenomenal

for successful propagation Saturday, a number of witnesses being PHONE 6z9
are knowledge of soil and its selling this spring and summer has
shy, and the hearing was postponed 106 Court Street
proper treatment; the climatic conditions until Tuesday afternoon at two not depleted our stocks one iota, for week

and the proper methods of cul' o'clock. \ 248 or 355litMimmiiiiimtiMt ORLANDO FLORIDA by week we have replenished with the

tivation. And some of the best and 4zllmMMMIMMMtllHHMtll

surest demonstrations are being made Try the Sentinel Job Department I NEWEST OF THE NEW

1 by people of brains and experience,
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We take a pardonable pride in
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o i We use exclusively the famous cream from Sydonie Dairy, ;:

t to The be the good dullest old summer season time of the is year said Zellwood, in manufacturing our ice cream. A trial order all ; Our Silks

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in Florida, but the Orlando banks we ask.

show nearly two million dollars on Our Dress Goods
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;, deposit This is not only a very creditable I McELROY'S PHARMACY i

; showing for the banks but it Our Wash Goods

:: speaks volumes for the prosperity Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream. I

and financial stability of Orlando and
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Orange county. There are two or

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in the smaller towns, and pro MMIIIIIIIMMIIMMMMIillllllllllttMMMHMtlMiMHMMMiailHIMIIIItM us take the burden of the "what to
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portionately' they make equally as . wear" worries off your shoulders-consult
good a showing. Orange county is

< growing, thriving and prospering, and 1I us-we are ever ready to give you the

b r is unquestionably one of the best benefit of our large and varied experience.

M counties in the South from any viewpoint I

1 ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : DISTINCTIVE INDIVIDUALITYIS

o- I I OUR AIM j
PLAN LOCAL EXPRESS TO PRO- 0 Commencement Day-an important evert in the I

VIDE RELIEF FOR "THIRSTY" :: lives of young people should receive some fitting mark :

II I:I , of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the : l

Wheeling, W. Va., July 3.-Organ-I occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of :

: ization of two local express companies : y Jewelry? .

,to operate between Wheeling and : .
"wet" towns in Ohio brought from : DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe

Anti-Saloon League leaders today the I 0 OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
1 direct the attention of relatives and friends to
statement that the question would be s
submitted to the Interstate Commerce '. the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this : Is a great help to our out-of-town customers -

store. Prom the most inexpensive of this season's new 1 ; make use of it whenever you can.
Commission on the ground that to be- -
information cheerfully given.
come a common carrier an express est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Ilea liful Diamond : Samples or

company must carry less than 50 percent I or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values \Ve prepay all charges.
and assortment. Write for one of our illustrated mail order
of one commodity. They also I
are insisting that persons to whom A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves : catalogs. We invite comparison of

i{ liquor is consigned must appear per- ., no obligation to buy.Ti1.vans. I. values.li .

sonally at transportation offices to ..

claim itWord ; .

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P has been received from Dr. .

Christ's sanitarium in Orlando that
fr
little Margaret Zachary, of Sanford,
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I 1I ago.upon dangerously-Sanford for appendicitis UL Herald.She' was several operated days the Jeweler : DI K ON .IV ( CO.



Mrs. W. T. Jamieson and her mother ,

; Mrs. Meyers, are visiting Mrs.

Jamieson's daughter, Mrs. B. F. II DEPARTMENTAL S STORE(

Wiitner, of Oak avenue. The many OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE :

Sanford friends of Mr. and Mrs. Jam.

ieson are pleased to learn that they
'f EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
bare moved from Tampa to Orlandoto :

make their future home.-Sanford I .'.-
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THE TUNER i MYSTERIOUS[ MURDER[R

ORLANDO FLA. sI SI GrIlIm I
Q Open 2 p.-ra. and 6:30 p. m. i

t I Admission 5 ..nts- I Was Seen to Go on Porch From V
Which Shot Was Fired Shortly D
Mr. G. R. Long was in town yesterday Ddll GDOIIDODallDCDOIIDaDOIIDGTODArS

from Lockhart PROGRAM Before-Killing "Get It It t llen's"

l Senator Carson, of Kissimmee, wasa BUYS AND SELLS :
Imp: King Faggot in "The Dia- Freeport, N. Y., July Continued ;
visitor to our city yesterday.Mrs. gram," a mystery drama in two
search today of the grounds of the I
Jane Cadman, of Narcoossee, REAL ESTATE parts. Carman home D
Imp. "In the End." Western dra- which extended even .. .
spent yesterday shopping in the city. ma, with Jack Conway, Paul Hachette to an examination of wells and cess- L I

Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Hall expect to Lucile Young and Dorris Baker. pools, failed to reveal the weapon
No. 8511 drew the dishes today,
leave Monday to visit points in In 600 aCres south ofVin Leon Taylor. with whichlrs.:: Louise Bailey, of
diana. Hempstead, was murdered on Tues- Show Us Your \ValchFobs..PLEASE
ter Garden and west of day night while
will preparing to leave
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Lott return '
tomorrow from a motor trip to Gotha, including 10 acre NOTED[ [N N1ISHSTATSMAN[ IS the office of Dr. Edwin Carman. !

Jacksonville.Mr. District Attorney Smith announced
orange grove. The en- DEAD that he had found two
negroes who Summer is the time for
and Mrs. Carl Dann and son you
tire tract covered with said they saw a man run from
away have fob
are among those attending Daytona'sfestivities to a we have one in
a today. yellow pine timber. Two the window through which the fatal our assortment that will
: Joseph Chamberlain Died of Heart shot was fired. Sheriff Pettit, however -
W. S. Branch and Mr. Will miles of lake shore. I please
Mrs. you.
Failure at His London declared that "every man in the
Branch left last night for the Beach I Home case had been eliminated." D D

n to attend the races. 4HMMMMMMIMIMIMI "If there is an arrest it will be a Our watch Chains

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bumby and London, England, July 3.-Joseph woman," said the,sheriff.
Pauline are spending the day at Fort I I are the best made, we can
Chamberlain died here last night. Mrs. Carman Seen on the Porch ,
DELIGHTFUL SOCIALS AT
Meade with relatives.Mr. THE furnish kind want-
His death, which removes from Detectives interviewed Miss Helen any you
and Mrs. Ed. Richards and Mr. METHODIST CHURCH British those with 20
politics one of the most strik- Combs, a lawyer's stenographer, who year guaranteeare
and Mrs. W. H. Foster are spendingthe I ing figures of the past generation, told: them she was in the physician's I very modest in price.
fourth at Holly Hill. I There have been a large number of came as an entire surprise as the con- house at the time of the shooting*'

Miss Lottie Swearingen went up toI I delightful socials at the Methodist dition of his health was not publicly having gone there for treatment. She

Sanford last night and will motor to church recently. Many of the teachers known to be worse than at any timein said she was admitted to the house by n. Allen & CoJewelers ,

the Beach today with friends. of the Sunday school are giving the past two or three years. :Mrs.: Carman. Dr. Carman was eat-

Miss Vera Glendenning, of Lake- monthly socials to their classes. Mrs. Mrs. Chamberlain, who never left ing dinner and :Miss: Combs said she

land, is the attractive guest of Miss Middlecoffs class on Tuesday after- her husband's side since he was was told to wait. "While I was there,"

Sylvia Barnett for a few days. noon and Mr. Howard's on another stricken with paralysis seven years Miss Combs is said to have told the U Prompt Repairing.
Tuesday were largely attended and delicious ago, and his son, Austen Chamber- detectives, "Mrs. Bailey arrived. She
Mrs. E. P. Eagerton, and little
iced refreshments were served. I lain, were with the aged statesman did not knock or herself.
daughter, Marie, left yesterday after- announce Everything Guaranteed
On Wednesday evening last the prayer -.when death occurred shortly before She walked right in and a few min-
for few days visit to Jacksonville -
a
noon. *IT service was led by one of our new midnight at his London residence. utes later went into the doctor's of-
preachers, Rev. J. D. Higgs, a man of The event cast a gloom over the,lon- fice. While she was there Mrs. Car-
Mr. Tom Abernethy and Mr. Hu- zeal and consecration. don season which was at its height. man passed through the room and
bert Kearney left early this morningby
Mr. Chamberlain's last public ap- went into the kitchen at the rear of
automobile to spend the fourth at
: Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Harris and pearance was at a garden party on the house. Later she went out on the
Tampa. children arrived yesterday from Bra- the grounds of his Birmingham homeon porch and while she was there I heard
Miss Lillian Estes and Miss Dor- dentown to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. I May 6 last when with his wife her tell one of her children not to Ib elltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
C*hy Estea leave tomorrow for Asheville C. G. Brown aj; 311 North Orange and son he received several hundred play the piano as the doctor had a ==[01 .,.
N. C., to spend the remainderof constituents. :Mr.: Chamberlain
avenue for a few days. was I patient in the office. That was about
the summer. Among those motoring to the wheeled out on the lawn in a chair : ten minutes before I heard a shot.

Mr. R. L Hyer returned yesterdayfrom Beach today are Mr. and Mrs J. p.1 I and appeared very emaciated and fee- : Joseph Colder, another patient who + ....

Covington, Ga., where he was Hook, Miss Leah Mayer, Mr. Earle ble when he lifted his hat to friends !I was waiting to consult Dr. Carman, 1\I

called to attend the funeral of his Mayer, Miss Mamie Fudge, Mr. Whit- and neighbors in acknowledgment of also told the police it was a woman $ JlPllr.jmflnefl

brotherinlaw.Miss ney Wright and Mr. M. F. McDonald.Mr. their salutes. who did this and he added that it ,
Thelma Yelvington left yes- Allison Palmer leaves tomor- Tariff reforms, which with impe- was a woman who admitted him to

; terday for New Smyrna to be the row afternoon for points in Georgiato i, rialism were the chief policies for the physician's residence. Dr. Car- I,

guest of Mrs. C. 0. Williams for the visit relatives for a few days, and which Joseph Chamberlain was man told the police it was he who PURE HONEY
spokesman, when enforced retirement :
folded Mrs. hands.
Bailey's
next two weeks. expects to go from there to I r
Lexing-I I through paralysis occurred, have suf-
Messrs. Earl Vick, Roy Crabb, ton, Ky. to visit for the ,
i fered an almost complete eclipse. His
George Bass, and Hoyt Taylor left the summer. Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur- I JELLY TUMBLERS '
I I son, Austen, is almost the only British .
last night by automobile to attend Mr. and Mrs. \. B. Russell left yes- statesman who advocates these day, fourth of July. Take the 'bus :
those races at Daytona. to'I' in front of postoffice. 28-tf
terday for a few days trip down policies on all occasions. I FRUIT JAR RUBBERS

Mrs..Anna Ford left last night with Pass-a-Grille. Mr. Russell is foreman i I The cause of Mr. Chamberlain's u__ _____._ .
the remains of her father, Mr. Wm. at the South Florida Foundry, and I;, death was officially announced today
Sayles, for Weehawken, N. J., where ibis is the second vacation that he I'as' heart failure. Although he had EJG: We are selling oranges this week at

the body will be interred. has had in the past sixteen years. j, been,gradually sinking since Tuesday 10 cents dozen.

Misses Mary and Elizabeth Bran- Mrs. Thomas Williams has returned :i the members of the family had preferred per
'
.ham and Albert, Leiper, and John T. from a visit of more than a year's that his condition should not
Branham are on their way to Day- duration to her old home in Wales. :t' become publicly known.

tona Beach for the fourth. She was accompanied home by her I I Fish
FryAT I THE SANITARY GROCERY
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mathews, Miss daughter and granddaughter, who WILLIAM SAYLES DEAD :
:Julia Chapman, Miss Mae Sloan, and will make their home here with Mrs.
Miss Jeanette Harlow left early this Williams. William Sayles, aged 84 on the ; CARUTHERS & GORE
17th of June, died at his home on I
morning, bound for the Beach. .
There will be a musical supper Maine street at 1:30 yesterday morn- Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street .
Miss Willie Wilson, :Miss Vaughn,
given by the young ladies of the ing. The body was prepared for ship- .
i Mr. J. C. Otey and Mr. Dommeck Presbyterian church, on the church j I went by Undertakers Hammond & "t

bound composed for the an races early at morning the Beach.party* lawn, Tuesday evening, July 7th,l I Gore and was taken to the old homeat Russell's P P01111ALL : CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. :
from six till nine. Refreshments on Weehawken, N. J., where the burial :1 I
Mrs. E. D. Bfllingsley, who has sale. 7-4-3t will take place, on the midnight train FUNERAL DESIGNSiMIIillllMIIIIIMIMIIIillMltlMlilliiHM t
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Irv- last nightMr. .

ing Dunn at the Lucerne, left yesterday MLLE. GENEVIEVE GROSSE'S Sayles had been a resident of DAY tm* ;

.to visit relatives at Jacksonville. LAST PERFORMANCE this city for about three years, living.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robinson, Misses with his daughter, Mrs. Anna 1.,. We insure your life and loan yon HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR
Corinne and Eloise Robinson, and Mlle. Grosse will appear for the Ford. He had been in declining health. Saturday, July 4th money on real estate at 6 per cent THE SUMMERThe
Miss Maggie Hart leave this morningto last time at the Lucerne theater tonight i for several weeks, and at his advanced interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Home Laundry will dose for
She is leaving Florida very I i Dancing, Boating, Swimming, anda Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. the summer June 27th. Will open
automobile at ',
attend the big races soon for the West, where she will' age was unable to recuperate, 325d&wtfCow October 1st At that time we will
the Beach.A give a series of concerts in California. -'gradually declining until the end good time generally give good service when help is scarce.
live wire party composed of ': came.I Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- Thanking our patrons for the past
This distinguished prima donna has ford Fla. Write or phone for prices. business, we hope to see them again
Messrs. Joe Guernsey, Harry Dick- I I I Prayer service was held at the OrchestraWILL ,
made a great reputation for herself Splendid October 1stHOME
I 5-19tf.
son, Marion Ives, and Harry Lew left through the South, and wishes to home last night by Rev. Henry R. I LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel.
early this morning to attend the races thank the people of Orlando for their : Remsen, after which the body was Who is painter and decorator? 6-23-1w
FURNISH MUSIC your
at the Beach. generous applause and appreciationof I I taken to the station. the
If are satisfied keep one you
her work during her i you
engagementhere. Ice cold
melons at Self's Marketon
have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,
Eat what want Go and Spend the Day Enjoyably No. 636. 1-20-tf I East Pine street 6-26-lw
you -- Eat what you want
Eat all you wont Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur- Eat all you want --
Take a postscript and forget it Take a postscript and forget it.
day, fourth of July. Take the 'bus IMMilitlimillMiMlltlillMillllMIMtMIIIIIIMItMIMMHiHtMHHJLUMt .
j For sale all
by durggists. For sale by all druggi t.q.
! l-7-d&w-lyr in front of postoffice. 28-tf rrd&w.lJl
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School in July--accept this invi-


tation Mr. Man and attend each



and every Sunday if possible. A

Mlle. Genevieve Grosse, the soprano singer who has

; JI pleased everyone this week. When she is at the Lucerne, union service of all the Sunday


j you know she is good. Schools will be held in the Presbyterian -



: j ;! "The Lost Sermon," a beautiful two reel American feature. Church Sunday night,



If "Our Mutual Girl," shows the newest summer styles. July 5th, 7:30 p. m. Every per-


son especially the men of Orlando :
That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away : J '

again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. is welcomed to this service. ,4


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DrugStore : MUNNIMAEERS i
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I Notices of Lost. Wanted. For Sale For
I Bent. etc, for this column. Zoc for one day.C8e .
I for three days or $1.00 for one week for
j Now I 25 words or lee.' Money most accompany I 51
Open I the advertisement fer this column as no
II I Insertion will be made on credit


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

boy busy carrying packages. 'Tis well to follow : Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl
I
a druggist who substitutes. b
never
: Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Cement
Royal Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE
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Imported Olive Oil PI. 50c. .
: FOR SALE Mitchell roadster; rare
Imported Olive Oil 1-2 PI. 25c.Shivar I bargain; recently completely over- FIT i .. ,
GLASSES, GRIND LENSES 'tMIIIIIIMIItmiMMIIIMIiUHimillMUMORLANDO
hauled and made
: good as new in every -
Ginger Ale 2 for 25c.t$1.25 Dozen. I part; guaranteed first class condition AND DO ALL KINDS OF I

f Imported Castile Soap, Ib. 19c. I I ; must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRING
sacrifice. Come address
I i or White
((4 big IOc cake make a pound.) .
Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. I

? Our drugstore is located just around the cor- 4-23-tf ,

ner from Guernsey's hardware store. When downtown F.
FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat
come around and see us. Eighteen feet long and has four I II J x
f horse power engine. Will sell rea- II I
sonable. Call at J. L. Empie boat


! The Drugstore FOR shop Poland SALE-A on Gould China street.few boars.young If registered interested 6-18-2w DR. L OPTOMETRIST H. RAMSDEU I I| Water & Light Co. | "


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

OrlandoFlorida ORLANDO, - FLORIDA I
FOR SALE-Or to rent, brown bun-
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9k Inquire of F. W. McAuley, or Daet- MMIHIIIilliiiillMIMMFor I
wyler. 27-3t
DAILY SPORT LETTER I i started to rolling, and therefore, the
E I I Water Ice i
roll was counted as part of the last WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, SaleI
t (By Frank G. Menke) in good condition, for Victrola and

Y New York, July 3.-After explain- shot.Pretty good figuring, hey? records. Piano may be seen at For-
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
ing that some golf stories are like 440 OR I
Fla. Office:--No. 18 West Central Ave.
k most fish stories, we will proceed to But you can't always get away

"lift" a few anecdotes from the with those kind of shot, as is shown WANTED-To borrow $800 or $1,000 : : EXCHANGE I

"Queer Shots in Golf article which by another story in which a catter- on improved city real estate. Threeto .
Address )1
in the June issue of theGolfers' four years time. "
appears pillar figured. Five Room House built
I care Sentinel 6-30-lt ; ,
I No. 6
Magazine. Everything was over at the eighteenth ; ; of cement blocks 24x36, Telephone
No names are mentioned in connec- hole. Player number one got LOST-Saturday, near court house, :

tion with a story of how a grasshopper his ball onto the green and holed it. a small clerk's bunch office.of keys. Return 6-29-3t to \ \ Cartright shingles, two I

once got in the way of a rolling Player number two got his ball onto county | ; lots 100x150, some young

ball and kept it from dropping into the green, near the cup, which was WANTED-Couple to live on country ; ; peach, and I I
the hole. Probably, as they say in in a slightly sloping position. He place. Call or address, 400 West orange grape- ..
breakfast food circles "there's Central avenue. \ fruit trees. Driven well
a rea- was trying to figure out from what .,HIUII . . ......... ... .., .., .. .
son. angle to shoot when a catterpillar j 200 feet. ."
ttt WANTED-To buy or rent, at rea- -
ambled along and climbed aboard the house, Address
sonable rate, a boarding J
It seems that the golfer who was close in. Address B. G., Box 324. .
$ thwarted by the grasshopper made a ball.Now j
7-3-2t 1POPURI
everybody knows that a cat- Box 424 L
S terrific approach shot, and the ball '
14 +9CSci
terpillar dosn't weigh much, but this
distance from the DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy 300
landing some green,
particular catterpillar was a fat fel- of all kinds and work ready r
sewing Are You Woman ?
continued to roll and roll and roll. Kissimmee Florida a
'low. He was so fat and bulky that when promised, at room No. 6, over ARTICLES
The golfer was amazed to see the Estes' drug store. Misses Keen &
he disturbed the equibrium of the 300
ball finally roiled onto the green and Baldwin. 6-8-lm
/ball just enough to start it moving.
head directly for the hoe. It seemed
I The ball gained momentum and finally
y to have sufficient momentum to carryit FOR RENT MMItllMIMHMtfUMliiLICE IFTIONILLUSTRA S
rolled right into the hole, carry-
into the when, all of a sudden, '
cup ing the catterpillar with it. I IConkey's Take Cardu ui
up jumped Mister Grasshopper from FOR. RENT-Cheap, small cottage II Popular Mechanics
:r i his place of hiding, just in time to I near W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney I
see the ball bearing down upon him. street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- ? I Magazine

"Halt," commanded the grasshopper LOWFrom enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. The lice question is quickly "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND 1TAGRFJ1TCoetmnedSioryoftheworld's**
settled if dust fouls with
you you I
aiming his left leg at the heart The Woman's Tonic I : e
FOR RENT-Two office in you may begm reading
Lice PowderIt's
% of the ball. spaces at any tune, and which will hold your {
our store at No. 9 W. Church street. interest forever. You are living in the best
i The ball didn't halt. Come in and we will show you. Pierce safe,quick and sun' year.of the most wonderful age of what is
EXCIIFS1PII R Rates Saves your poultry profits because it doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
\ "Hey, you, slip us the countersign n t Electric, Co. 3-29-tf A resident of Mars would gladly pay-
Kills the LiceDoesn't
f, or you don't enter here," roared the fOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS $ ,finn SUBSCRIPTIONto FORONEYEAR-S
grasshopper. TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Harm Chickens F4
F. f this magaanetn order to keep informed
houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Pnce 2S cents,SO coin and SIXKLFor of
, ern
x The ball ignored the demand for a our progress in Engineering: and Mechanics.
tilt mites that Me the mds
Orlando m by
4-26-tf Are you reading it? Two millions of
j countersign. and so the grasshopper, your day and pouhry prey' house on chickens.lIbConkey's at: night spray A,4 Fee, neighbors are,and it is the favorite man-your
Ce.ke i tine in thousands of the best American'
:, not being sure whether the ball was Lice Liquid Fr.r..a l..tt homes. It appeals to all classes-old
$ 40.70 New York N. Y. and
.
MISCELLANEOUSTomato DR. F. C. BOARDMANDENTIST young-men and women.
t t friend or foe, but not caring to take Clears them out thoroughly/ Quart 35
T mIlS lull gallon 60 etna,gafloa SITU The "Shop Hotel" Department (20 pace)
% ; any chances, swung out one of his 53.10. Buffalo, N. Y. For the deadly head louse use gum ems were to bow to matt
useful articles for home and ,
J trusty feet, landed a perfect solar 40.70 Philadelphia. Pal Egg plant, Pepper Crates, CON OINlMEENNT UCE "Amateur Hecl uics"(10 pages shop)repairs tells how etc.to
E3 t and the ball halted in its at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. make Ul.etonfurniture.w\r@lelIOUt11r.,boats
plexus, was 49.20. Chicago Ills 5-19tf. Effective and dona1 harm chide-10 t Boardman Building engines magic,and all the things a boy loves!
!} mad career-just on' the rim of the and 25 cents Money back il Ihtseprcparationt $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES It CENTS
do not sarafy/ Ask TOUT Nmdotar to bow _
cup. 48.20 Detroit, Mich. Sentinel want ads. are money get- .n.c.E.C.o&q c..,CnoIaJ,Os;r Oflice Hours: R FREE SAMPLE COPY foa TODAY rWn

* 38.70 Cincinnati, 0. ters. Try them. P. F. LAUBACH 830 to 12:00 1:30,to 4:00 POP AR MECHANICS CO.
[.J Opie Read, the author, and Dr. R. 318 W.WMtuagtoa S4 CHICAGO .
- 37.20 Louisville, Ky. Don't wait for every one in town to Telephone 540.
\ C. Fisher of
Chicago, once played around
have Entrican, the painter, before :
i\I over the Jackson Park course 43.45 St. Louis, Mo. you try. Am too busy to look you .NMMNHIfM1i1MN' Uii .. I..11 I - .-, ,..-. ,---" ----.- ." ..

; and then sat under a tree to rest. 64.30 Denver, Col. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the I iiiit t \\\\\iiiliiiiiit"I""U"'I. '

n! While seated, some other golfer sliced job. 1-20-tf

'I i a drive and the ball struck the tree 95.20 San Francisco, Cal. If you want your bicycle fixed in IT'S TIME[ TO TAKE[ UP THE[ N HOUSE[

: under Both Read which and our heroes Dr. Fisher were sitting.ducked 111.70 . Porlland, Ore.I I I a Shop.hurry take it to Warman's 12-5-tf.Repair I

$ Sold daily Limit October t
but the Jsall did not fall to the ground -
'f ... T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone


.!! as dy The Pretty far came author as soon along they and the could looking physician golfer see.for and joined the his ball.cad-in 31st offers Stop best Overs.Atlantic Coast routes. and Line I I 2 Warman's,Rubber Orlando.Stamps Repair Shop.made to order 12-5-tf.3-5-tf at '' f FURNISHING R I QUESTION 1)) { IN R REAL{ l lE..A.E



3, the search but ,it was unavailing. If your paper is not delivered

t.' The ball was not found then, but it schedules.For promptly, don't fail to notify the office

was found later. Nope, you've I EST:
;> guessed wrong. The ball did not drop information and reser-: Find what you want in Sentinel

zk p down the back of Read's neck. It vation call on any A. C. L. "wants."

4; dropped into the doctor's coat pocket, Ticket Agent, or ] Read the Morning Sentinel Price Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

*' and he found it there that evening delight it is select from them and added
J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone 10 cents a week. ; a pleasure to an
when he was searching around in the I pleasure to find just what want at prices that are reasona-
_ pocket for a package of chewing 132, Tampa, Fla. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. you

R. gum, or his pipe, or whatever it was ble In every sense of the word.

that he was searching for.
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,I "How to Hole a Ball Without Ready for To-morrow ? CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

Swatting It With a Club" ought to Horses
digest their feed less thoroughly than
ti: be the title of this one. It happened other farm animals. In order to insure thorough I am vsmz Be Dee to purchase goods on extended payments, wituJllthe expense of joining -
on the North Berwich course. digestion of all the food eaten,and to make your STOCK MEDICIN wit
i t A thirty-six hole foursome was be- horses readier for next day's work, add to their. ny find horses it a saving regularly proposition;and \ dubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
feed
evening a teaspoonful of- on feed. It also makes
ing played. It was all even on the them healthy,thnYiac&nd i
feature to
thirty-sixth hole.' One side got the STOCK' Johnston I you

>, ball of the other to the green, and Bee Dee MEDICINE R.F.D.No.1.0'Ne Nebr. ItMMMMMIMtMMIMJMMMHIMtnHMMIIttllOlllltmMiiKincaid

dropped it into the cup on the next i

shot. The ball of the other side was It win lessen your feed bills 25c.50c and $t.per can.

20 feet away. A gale was blowing, It Trill Increase your profits. At your dealal.

g and the ball lay on a point a bit P.B.1

higher up than the hole level. The & SnowdenFurniture

= player figured the shot an impossible [
'.; one, but he determined to make a Cow Peas! Cow Peas!

_
'Y' desperate try for it any way. _
: Clays t................................ .. ........ .... ... .. .. ....$3.tO per bushel I
::: _Just as he was about to soak the Irons ... ... ...' ... ... ... ... ... ...... . ..................... 33.23 per taihel ": of Characterat
'.'ball a nice soak, an extra strong gust Unknowns ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... s.:. per bushel
of,vind came along and hit the ball, Whlppoorwills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ " ...... ......."' 3.W ptr bush l "I
starting it rolling down hill. And Mixed Peas ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 2.83 per bnhel : Prices.
vhattadaya think of it! That ball We pay freight on all orders for one buhel or nre at above prices. If wantedin I Popular ........!

rolled:"right into the cup, so it did! large quantities, we win promptly mail.samples and quotations.

And the ode that owned the ball won KILGORE SEED CO. Cor Main and Pine Sts.ilMIIMMMMMMIIMIMI Orlando Florida
the maidu How was that? Well, i ; j jHMUMM

;it',"was' deaded that the player had

not.. grounded his club before the ball PLANT CITY, / < < ,. FLORIDA 1 " " t"\'lt"" '\' "

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We have a fine Chef and serve the best
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR

FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285> 50c meal in town.

a Condensed Specifications
. Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00. .
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; I

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" inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter Special rates for room and board by the

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week.ARARE
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V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: .

I 11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side ,. .

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

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TUBERCULOSIS SAXITORIUM Tampa has a bond issue of $225,000to iiimiiiiimmiMMMiititt
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NOT INJURIOUS TO HEALTHOR sell, and the money is to be used OSTEOPATHY BARGAININ .,
PROPERTY. in betterment of the public school

e system in that district. Two fine new THE MARKETOf
Careful Study by National Associa school buildings are to be erected DR. J. C .HOWELL A-

tion Shows that Presence of during the summer and other improvements Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo

Institution is not : will be made. extra charge for house treatment : Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

Dangerous. Telephone connections

The First National bank, of Fort Office cor. Orange and Central Ayes House. : AND SALT
MEATS
tuberculosis
that
Convincing proof Myers, has purchased a lot, and will i
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sanatoria or hospitals are not a men- erect on it in the near future a fine First class FISH AND GAME
ace to the health nor a detriment to the Brazing a specialty at i! four and half
new brick building, with commodiousrooms Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St Only one :
property of those living near such and offices.DfALTDY 125tf.MMtmttllimilltlUii. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
institution is given in a phamplet issued I blocks from the post :
.
to-day by the National Asso- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
ciation for the Study and Preventionof DAIR..NO *I I i office East Side. A.: and pure.

the Tuberculosis.subject the Association In a has studyof not JUST OPENED I IPOPE'S variety of fruit. We are j ji We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hoe

been able to find a single instance MORE[ DANDRUffUse i going to sell this prop- : everything in the Meat Line.
where a tuberculosis sanatorium has
had any injurious effect on the healthof Parisian Sage. erty and have put the :
It's entirely needless to have un-
anyone living near it, nor whereit sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A LUNCH COUNTER price at only $2350. : The PARLOR MARKET
has had any lasting effect upon little care is all that is needed to makeit

1 property values. thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand Reasonable terms.
SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS
The phamplet, entitled "The Effectof free from dandruff. H. M. Self
& Co.
I
Tuberculosis Institutions on the Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair
needs and is absolutely harmless. It
Value and Desirability of Surrounding quickly stops itching head and falling TRY OUR Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET
Property," reviews all the studies hair, and is one of the best tonics to ,
made on the subject, takes up court invigorate the scalp and make the SODA FOUNTAINOPEN Phone
.. decisions bearing on the question and hair grow long and beautiful.Get 114 South_Orange Ave., Ground Flow No. 80
a bottle of Parisian Sage today DAY AND NIGHT
contributes besides some 'investigation Phone No. 311 II'
from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any "IILC4"II'llllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllll1111111'111'
of typical hospitals, and drug counter. It costs but 50.cents. POPE & BUTT PROPS.
the opinions of prominent life insurance Rub it into the scalp-all dandruffdissappears .
0 head feels fine 37 W. CHURCH ST.HiliMIIIMtlltlMtliMl.
companies, and others. Nearly -your HI
150 different institution studied. ] the; hair is pretty and perfectly
are yniiHMniiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiHi '. ''' .
healthy.
In all these institutions, not one case
could be found where the assertionsof -

opponents to their location, that a

disease tuberculosis and injure sanatorium property would, could spread be Fare $ 300 W. M. SLEMONSNew

..
D AUY BETWEEN
substantiated. In fact, a number of .. .
= BUFFALO
instances were found where the presence .
bf the sanatorium or hospital LEVEL\ND

promoted out-door living, tending to
lower the death rate, and 'increased Goods Arriving DailyWe

the market for produce and labor,
.
thereby benefiting the community.

Among the most significant opinions
expressed are those by five of the THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" .
largest life insurance companies in ti.8tk soo feet;-dth 98 feet.'Iodaeei$10 Mata ome..... parlors --.Jat a& mo p.w.Err. .-
Creator in rtit-larger ill all rropertioD-ridlcr i.all eppu atmeata-thaa any ataaoter oa
I
the United States. These companieswere inland.at n of the_ld. Ia.ravce JUDO 13th.

asked if residence in a tubercu- Macnificeai Steamers"SEEANDBEE""City of Erie"and"Gtj of Buffalo" sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
losis sanatorium by a healthy Daily-BUFFALO and,CLEVELAND-May let to Dec.lit
was considered an adverse factor person in Arrive LeareBaffdo OeTeland, - 900P.M.7JOA.M. Arrive Lean c-Jmd Buffalo . . 900P.M.7JOA.M. made by Schloss Bros., Baltimore.. "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .

issuing insurance and also if resi- (Eattem Standard Tine)
CnuiMtioni attt ] ekndlorPat-ie.Ba'ToledoDeuaitaaddlpoiaalleat.adSombeat. RaOroad Boys' Suits "Lord Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towel;.
dence in the neighborhood of a san- Iiebta readi.s MtwBaLle as d(]-Uiul are pod fortre..p.rtM..ea .KT Meua_ \
atorium constituted such an adverse Auk your ticket agent fix Dckeu via Co&B.Una. Tnu aa for hind onv>flluatnted booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
I THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland O.
factor. _Two of the companies answered f & Co. Best place in the city to trade. ;
the first in the affirmative
.. . question. .. .. -. -
and two in the negative, but
everyne of them answered that resi-

dence near a tuberculosis sanitorium C

was not considered an adverse factor mtnfi W. M. SLEMONSURANGE
k in issuing life insurance. dli

Dr. Edward L Trundeau, who built
the first tuberculosis sanatorium in the WllgS AVENUEJiiUMIMMMHM

United States in 1885, says: "When I a

1 bought the first land on which the .itlillilMMIMIIIillHiillilHmiMMHtMMMMMMIM ..........'VJI
Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium is I I

I built, I paid $25 an acre for it, but e 41 .
the price was then thought absurdly MtOlMMtttt*

high. My last purchase of five acres -,.:'
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cost me $5,000. To my knowledge, 1 I PnulOr mmmmmmumni:
j there has never been an employee who lrp % 1

came to the sanatorium in sound '"
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health who developed tuberculosis rLow Round Trip Rates tl..IIIIIIIII.

while there; and a sanatorium can no

f 1 more endanger the health of the FROM,JACKSONVILLE "Starve he1y"

I neighborhood in which it is built,even StUiis > $37.75 CkkK - $ 3.so Cbcissrf. ..$33.00
IlL Dfartr . 58.W St. Pad > 5C.7S UiunUc 3144CuiendtSpriui.SSM
if the residences are at its very gates, iiIii Dalatk . 11.54 Kaoxnllt 21.44
than it could if it were placed on top 1111111 SallakeCiy 71.W Wkaqiei76.75 Er,. ,JU - 3125 That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
. .
r of a high mountain miles away from 1.111111 TtOmntsM Pertkia .- .10604- 7844 Tanite Mutual . 4I.JO SS4S fnld IHiuapolil Lick -- *- 31.3.3124 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.

any habitation.'l uhf 1 Settle Aarela. .-.- IK 83..04 4 Fetetkey Mackoae -. .. ..5304 51. 8 Toledo Detr.A- -. -- .- 41.1'lot 43.54StiFrucncs That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
V * 8S34 BaffiU4743! CktcUsqu '47.40 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
VII Clatitrrark > BUS Maiara Falls .47.44 Humnta Can 38.90
Quincy is to have fire station time and properly cooked.
a new
in Colorado California Canada Minnesota
Low other
I soon, says the Gadsden County Times ,Michigan rates,the to Great points LakesandRockyMountains. Proportionallylow Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
rates from other points in the State. Don't "swat the wood
The grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove.
structure will be two stories high, Tickets OB sale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
and will cost the city about $ ,OOO. i VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
%
The quarters for the firemen will be I j LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
on the second floor. II''i i; Cowthroe Moat.returning tLtoarla C1. caco, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cod and comfortable.
or nee TOM. libera1atop.oyen on all tickets.TO
ni
; THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
Fred T. Myer's many friends in I through train daily;choice of three different
Florida will be glad ot learn that the ) routes
affliction from which he recently suffered r Three daily tnto to the southwest through New
Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. if Orlando Water & LightComp any | |
in Athens, Ga., was only tem- PS Rock ballast No dart. No dirt. For handsome iflus.trated .
and that he is I booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleep-
porary, back home in'Tallahassee tug car reservations and other information address
fully restored. Gas Departmentwf
i I I H. C. BRETMEY.FI.Ma ,

r The comer stone laying of the new t 1)4 Pssetpr West lay 1tet.I Sine. Mm=\ /.N..tll:. WN..INWlI\.tNN.I...': i

;Methodist church at West Palm Beach / I J1CI50RYI11E.F1JL>

-will take place Friday afternoon. .

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Reported Dead, After Mock Marriage,

at Fake Street Number in I

Jacksonville I

Report of the Condition of Jacksonville, Fla., July 3.-The po. \S(; : :i 4 .
r lice are making an effort to locate
The State Bank of OrlandoOrlando William Smith, the man of mystery,

who is thought to be connected with
Fla. t
the disappearance of sixteen year old :

;,** At the Close of Business, June 30, 1914. Bernie Leibert, and who was last seen
with the girl in Blountstown, Fla. ; 0 ;
RESOURCESLoans The girl married "Smith" for an 0-:: ;
My 4tlAnnhrcrsnry ;
a and Discounts. . . . . .$490,565.39 April fool joke, she told her mother, ;( :

Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . 252.35 who is now in Jacksonville. Later she
Stocks, Securities, etc. . . . . . 185,931.74 learned that the ceremony was a real .. (' (, 1 '
Furniture and Fixtures. . . . . . 13,004.30 one.A l\h ( ] 11i
Real Estate. . . . . . . . . . . 13,875.45 I strange "death letter," which j @ t( 0
Cash on hand and due from Banks. 246061.60 :Mrs. Liebert received from a woman ; t
signing herself "Mrs. K. M. Cosely,
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t Total . . . . . . . . .$949,690.83 207 West Duval street," brought the : 1D'Tq11\\:( : \\ .
mother here, and also gave the mat J ( (

i LIABILITIES I ter a local significance as far as the .. .. f

Capital Stock . . . . . . . . $50,000.00 police are concerned. They say thereis o
x Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,000.00 i no Mrs. Cosely known here, and ; of our NationalThis o.
Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 4,233.23 that 207 West Duval street is a fake 0.

Dividends unpaid . . . . . . . 1,496.00 number. :' .:. '.flue,clltlcllCU t<<
Said Girl Had Died
DEPOSITS . . . . . . . . . 856,961.60 '., '.
I The letter said that Bernie had died
t Bank<< will is dosed] ,
0
here June 17th from heart trouble : ,
Total. . . . . . . $949,690.83 I I 'o
and was buried the next day. She
had been working} in an office in Jacksonville ; Open, as usual, July 69 A. M. 0

f since leaving Blountstown, ,
.... the missive added.According : :.
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to Mrs. Leibert, Bernie :'" " :: ,.. .;/:

sa left Elba, Ala., their home, on March !'; > .:

.. 19th last, going to Blountstown and ; t'L Jo ;
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spending the next two weeks with.a .

PRESIDENT ASKS $200,000 TO AID way of substantial contribution from cousin, Alton Wise, at that place. c. . ....: ... .:_', .. : '. ': "' .. .:, .'. '. -.",. ., .. ." .
HOMELESS OF SALEM,MASS. the national government be ob- On 1st crowd of .. . .. :"-
April
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tained!' I ple who were celebrating young All Fools'peo- : ..',''.. oo o .. ... .o. .'. . .. . . '. . ... .. .... ..............,...

Washington, July President The messaeg was referred to the day asked her to join them, and later, : i:. ; a ,, it :t.-
appropriations committee which prob- it is said, some one of the 0' : .' ( : D t .D
Wilson sent a special message to party pro- t r .
it I :- .. .. . . .. ..... : . ;
ably will not take up before early :: -'v". ""' !" .0 .:.
mock and dared her ;. :
immediate posed a wedding, .. '
congress today urging ap- next week. : : . ' .'.' ':.' : ,:. ..." ',' : ..
propriation of $200,000 for the relief I to be the bride. She stood up with .

: of those made homeless and destitutein "Inview of the great number of !"Smith," and took it all as a joke. ..... .. . ,. .. .
: homeless and destitute in Salem I '. ::: .:.. ;.' C:::' ":'Y;:'?::: : ., ::::. ; : .... ..:. . : ' .
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the Salem, Mass., fire. He en- Later in the afternoon she received a : ; : ; '. < ,..;; ....:: :: ) :"Xk":: .:."
closed a telegram from Govrenor earnestly recommend the appropriation -(letter, signed "Will," which told her -- .
Walsh saying that 3,000 families by congress of $200,000 as required -I that the ceremony had been a real .

;, were in'need. by the.governor to be expended I.one and asking for permission to call. Had But Small Amount I'have been a man of a good Blounts- GREECE GETS BATTLESHIPS

: The president's message was as fol under the"direction of the secre- The letter, which :Mrs. Leibert has Her mother gave her but $8, all she town family, according to her information Washington, July 3.-Greece will
: lows: tary of war, the president's message -I with her here, was undoubtedly the had to spare at the time. Three dollars and to have been connected turn over approximately $12,000,000for

"The governor of Massachusettshas concluded. !I work of a person of considerable_ edu- of this amount was spent before I with a big hotel at that place. the battleships Idaho and Mississippi -
sent me the following telegram: :I cation. It was perfectly constructed she bought her ticket to Blountstown, [Whether the information is authenticor tomorrow or Monday, and the
"'The Salem fund is increasing Investigation is being made by the i and written. The young girl became I her mother says, and she could not whether it is founded on state- crafts will be delivered to Greek
slowly. The fxpense of rehabilitation city fathers of St. Augustine, relativeto I frightened at the step she had so unwittingly -I have arrived with more than a dollaror ments made by Smith himself, is not crews-the Mississippi at Newport
I
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the in'a
establishment
.G will be'enormous as 3,000 families are possible taken, and caught the next two. "Smith" met her at the station known. Mrs. Leibert says that Mr. News and the Idaho in the Mediterra-
homeless and without work. If the short time of a municipal ice plant. I train home, arriving in tears. as she had wired him she was j Wise wrote her he had been unable to I I nean. The battleship Maine has been
a national government could appropriate I She remained there two weeks. At coming, and friends saw them there get in touch with Smith since the af ordered to bring home the crew and
'' $200,000 it would assist greatly. ney Buy& your Aberntthy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a :" the end of that time, and after much together. The girl has not been seen fair. She understood from the letter midshipmen of the Idaho. The
} I am informed that the action of the big shipment of fresh seed. '3-13-tf persuasion from relatives and another 'since, and the death letter was the that Smith was gone, though this factI cruiser Prairie will take the Missis
national government at the time of j, letter or two from "Smith," she first clue to her whereabouts. I remains to be verified through the sippi's crew to the Philadelphia navy .
the. San Francisco disaster furnished For the news read The Sentinel decided to go back to him. I Smith is said by :Mrs. Leibert to local authorities. yard. ,

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