Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00373
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: July 5, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00373
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive
Center of the State.








Will Equalize Tax Assessments and EXPLOSION BURG MANY Correspondent Osceola Journal TellThem


REMAIN RIGHT AND PUTS I The beard of county commissioners The following is taken from the NATIONAL ELECTION TODAY IN
I will convene tomorrow morning and PEOPLE ACROSS STREET BLOWN ORLANDO CAR WON TWO OF Kissimmee Journal of yesterday: HUERTA TERRITORY WILL
i will probably be in session several FROM BEDS AND WINDOW THREE RACES AND BALL Squabbling over the big slices of NAME HIS SUCCESSORAMICABLE -
CRYING FOR SPECIAL PRIVI : days, the law requiring that the million dollars brick roads melon
LEGE ,:amine and equalize the tax assessments has begun. VILLA
I as prepared by the tax assesor, DECAPITATED DEFEATED DAYTONA Thonotosassa is afraid Plant City
Philadelphia, July 4. Advocatingthe and this alone is a long and tedious IN STREET -LARGE CROWD will get more than its share. It may
modernizing of the declaration of''|I undertaking. I offer strenuous resistance to petitionto Washington, July 4.-(Special)-
independence by applying its principles : New York, July 4.-A bomb of ter widen the Plant City road from Alarming reports from Mexico City
I While the county commissionerscan Daytona Beach, Fla., July 4.-(Special
to the business the and rific exploded either the nine continued to reach the war and state
politics power on to sixteen feet. Primed for ac
raise or lower the assessed valuation -S. B. Meldrim, of Oak Hill,
the foreign policies of America, President roof or on one of the upper floors of Florida tion the Thonotosassa board of trade departments today Assistant Secre-
of any piece of property in the was run over on the beachand
Wilson today thrilled a huge !a six stry flat building in Harlem today has appointed a committee to retaina tary of State Phillips received a report -
county, the totals as made up by the instantly killed at 8:15 tonight by
crowd' assembled in Independencesquare I assessor must remain the same, and wrecked a third of the building, an Overland roadster driven by Stew lawyer, and has raised funds to from Consul Miller, at Tampico,
within a few feet of where killed at least three persons and injured defray the cost of whatever legal stating that conditions in Mexico City
consequently every time one assessment art McCormick, of Leesburg. Mel
the original declaration was signed. others. One of the dead was drim procedure may be deemed expedient. were verging on a crisis. No details
is raised another must be lowered was riding a bicycle when
The president touched on Mexico, or vice versa. Arthur Caron, a machinist, and a struck and his neck was broken. The committee from the Thonoto were carried in the message.
the Panama tolls repeal controversy, leader of the Industrial Workers of sassa board consists of Dr. J. K. Gris- From General Funston the war department -
The settlement of the
his anti-trust program, business con- Orlando-Kis- the World. The two other known Hutton Won Two Races ham, L E. Edwards and W. E/Lee. received a report that twen
ditions and his ideas of modern patriotism. simmee brick road proposition i is dead were women. An It has employed Herbert S. Phillipsfrom ty refugees from Mexico City had ar
Orlando car captured two of the
Pounding his fist on the most important question that will The explosion was at first attributed whom it has obtained an opine I rived at Vera Cruz this morning ando
I come before the board and the amateur races at Daytona Beach yesterday -
table on which the declaration of independence upon to dynamiting in a nearby sub ion. Attorney Phillips, according t more were coming. These refugees
the Orlando ball team
decision of the board in this matter won
was signed he declared way excavation and in the excitementattendant from i members of the committee does not could point to no specific explanationas
that Americans today must manage I I may depend the whole question of upon the collapse of the Daytona. (I anticipate the need of litigation. In I II the basis for alarm, but they left
their affairs in a way to do honor to brick roads in Orange county. Citi- building and the estimates of the S. B. Hutton, of this city, drivinga I his opinion any effort to alter the I because of the general feeling that
zents of the lower of the National, both the five mile
the founders of the nation. There I part county dead ran as high as fifty. Inspector won :brick roads plans as voted on by the the long impending crash of the
ale men in have employed attorneys and had an I Egan of the bureau of and the twenty mile races, while the Huerta regime is near.
I' Washington today, police com people, will be a violation of publicfaith.
I junction prepared, which will be one mile race was won by 0. P. Hern- II
h bustibles said that the Carranza representatives here claimto
: declared, whose patriotism is not bomb was Hence, he holds, any attempt
showy but who accomplish great patriotic filed immediately following a refusal powerful enough to have wrecked the don, of Sanford, driving an Overland. i ed alterations will be illegal. have confidential advices from
of the board to what ask Fast time was made in all the ,
races Mexico that Huerta
things. They are staying i in entire neighborhood, if properly Although the question of offering City plans to
if they do refuse.'Prominent and an immense crowd watched the
bit Washington doing their duty, placed. opposition to Plant City's petition have his successor elected at the national
keeping a quorum in each house of citizens from all over Persons across the street were speed fiends race down the beach. I merely a precautionary measure so election to be held tomorrow in
congress to do business.. the country will likely appear before blown from their beds and window Hutton made the twenty miles in i far, it has been the subject of somehot the Huerta territory, and that he
i'And I am mighty glad to stay the board to discuss this question, glass was shattered for blocks. the big race in 18 minutes and 14 discussions in the Thonotosassa then intends to relinquish the presidency
there and stick by them," he added. and the Kissimmee board of trade will Caron was found dead on afire es seconds, and his average speed for board of trade during the last two either to head his troops in the
'Touching on business conditions of send a delegation, Osceola county be cape. Whether any occupants of the the five mile race was 70 miles per weeks.-Tampa Tribune.We fields or desert to Paris. According
tye country, President Wilson said a ing greatly interested on account of building were buried in the ruins it hour. note the advent of the Orange to this plan either Pedro Lascura or
great many allegations of facts wereing the moral effect the building off a I I was at first impossible to determine. The Orlando baseball team was an county convict road gang some five General Refugio Velasco will be
made but that a great many o brick road to their county line will j The'I police were inclined to believe, easy winner from Daytona, takingthe miles north of the Orange county elected to succeed Huerta.
these facts do not tally with each have on, the road sentiment in that however, that three would cover the game by a score of nine to three. line and hope they will be employedin The constitutionalist junta here today -
other. "Are these men trying to county. I' total dead. The building, a brick At no time did Daytona have a lookin laying brick, or at least preparingthe declared that the election had no
serve their country otjpomething I structure, was inhabited almost ex and the Orlando team held the road bed for the brick pavement bearing upon its plans. The Carran-
smaller than their country?" the THREE STATES PAID FIFTY PER clusively by Jewish families. game safely in their hands at all 1 But there is a rumor in the air that za-Villa conference at Torreon, according -
president asked. "If they love America CENT. OF TAX The tenement was a brick structureand times. these convicts may be employed in i to word received here today,
and there is anything wrong it is housed fifteen families. It was Orlando visitors to the beach, returning oiling a portion of the Orlando-Kis- is progressing favorably and they
their; business to put their hands to Washington, July 4.-New York, located at One Hundred and Secondstreet last night, report an immense simmee road bed, that portion lyingin will come to an amicable' settlement
the task and set it right. Pennsylvania, and Illinois paid more and Lexington avenue. crowd at Daytona, and that they were Orange county.If before the close of the parley.
Speaks for Mexico's Suffering IassesEightyfive than half of the $71,386.14 turnedinto All available ambulance in the city right royally entertained. It was estimated such be,the case and the oil is
per cent of the Mextyn the national treasury in income were sent to the scene. Many persons that over six hundred visiting applied cold it would do as much good Villa to March to Mexico City
; people, the president said i in and corporation taxes during the fiscal were injured. Because of the cars were in Daytona yesterday, towards helping to construct a permanent Torreon, Mex., July 4.-(Special)
touching on Mexico, never have had aright year just closed. A detailed statement confusion it was difficult to get an and the streets and roadways were roadway as a snowball would -Carranza is to continue as first
to have a "look in" on their of collections made public' today estimate of the dead. A chance : crowded to the limit. in quenching the fire of hell because chief of the constitutionalists and
government or how the other 15 per showed these three states contributed ,i passerby on the street was decapiItated. It rained about noon but the barbecue there is not silica or grit sufficient in Villa is to remain commander in chief
centt were running it. "I know the $37,931,717. !I was pulled off despite the wetness the sand on the road bed to enable of the army of the north, with a freehand
j :jnerican people have a heart that New York state alone paid $12,5231 I I Caron has been prominently identified i. and the hungry thousands were the to amalgamate with it to make a in the direction of the military
beats for them as it beats for other I I 247.03 income tax, while the entire II I with the I. W. W. and was ar- well fed. Two big dances, followed smooth alsting surface. Come to, affairs of the government and with
millions," )Ir. Wilson continued. "I amount paid by inrividuals through M I rested during one of the Union by a beautiful display of fireworks, I sensible Orange, although betweenyou access to all coal mines and seaports
hear a great deal about the property I out the country was $28,306,336.69.1 I Square demonstrations. The police wound up the celebration last night. and us there is a great gulf fixed, through which the constitutionalists
l lobs in :Mexico and I regret that with The Empire State paid $9,766,248.50of began looking up his record today on that does not mean it can not be get arms, ammunition, and supplies,
all my heart, but back of it all is a the $43,076,219.44 paid as corporation the theory that it might aid in determining CAR DITCHED EN ROUTE TO bridged. according to an agreement reached
struggling people. Let us not forget tax by all states. the cause of the explosion. BEACHA Just meet Osceola with a fair proposition here tonight by Carranza and Villa
that struggle in watching what is ( Pennsylvania's corporations paid of brick or Nicholson pavement conferees and wired to Caranza at
going on in front. 6096305.28 and its individual income BASEBALL RESULTS car en route to Daytona Beach made from creosoted cypress Saltillo{ for approval
"I would be ashamed of the flag if tax collections amounted to $3- National League Morning Games was run into a ditch and overturneda blocks laid on an asphalt foundation, A general march on Mexico City
we did anything outside this country 176,095.38. Illinois corporation taxes Philadelphia 4, New York 5. few miles from town at an early then watch how readily we will smile under the terms of agreement will be
which we would' not do in it," the amohnted to $4,293,649.38 and individual i. Chicago 1, Pittsburg 0. hour yesterday morning. The car belonged with you. begun at once under the direction of

president declared. income assessments aggregating Brooklyn 7, Boston 5. to J. B. Magruder and was be Help build such a road between Villa. ', .t,,_ ,.?
Speaking on Panama tolls the president $2,076,171.11. National League-Afternoon GameS ing driven by F: Norris. Clarence Orlando and Kissimmee and note how TOne -.
said the treaty with England The second New York internal revenue New York 3, Philadelphia 0. 'Magruder and a number of other passengers soon we will respond to the magic of Mediators at Washington
might be a mistake, but its meaningcan I district which includes the Wall Boston 3, Brooklyn 4. whose names could not be word "reciprocate. Washington, D. C., July 4.-Minister -
not be mistaken and he believedin !street section of New York city, paid Pittsburg 2, Chicago 4. 'learned, were in the car, but no one H. E. S. Naon of Argentina, one of the
keeping the nati&& obligations. I $13,839,096.43 in individual and corporation St. Louis 4-8, Cincinnati 31.American'Leagul'lorning >was hurt.PRESIDENT. I mediators at the Niagara conference,
He believed in keeping"the name of i taxes combined, or nearly Games CLABBY WON MIDDLE WEIGHT returned to the capital today and pre
the United States unquestioned and 'one-fifth of the amount paid by all Boston 1, Washington 0. ASKS RESIGNATION CHAMPIONSHIP pared for conferences with leaders of
+. un ul'lied.' the rest of the United States. The New York 7, Philadelphia 5. OF GREEK MINISTER the constitutionalist agency. Laterhe
On the return to the station the individual income tax paid by the district St. Louis 3; Chicago 4. Philadelphia' July President Sydney, Australia, July 4.-(Spe- will confer with President Wilson
president was tumultuously\ cheered.As amounted to $7,950,070.02, more Cleveland 10, Detroit 8. Wilson has requested the resignationof cial.)-Jimmy Clabby won the world's and Secretary Bryan. His conferences
the train drew out a large crowd than one-fourth of the total American League-Afternoon Games George Fred Williams, American middle weight championship tonight with the constitutionalists had not
clapped and cheered while the president l- Philadelphia 6, New York 2. minister to Greece and Montenegro, from Eddie McGoorty, on a foul in been arranged but they probably' will
l on the observation platform of STRIKE WILL CONTINUE Detroit 3, Cleveland 2. as a result of Mr. Williams' public the eighth round of their scheduledtwenty beheld early next week. While Gen-
I his car bowed and smiled. Pittsburg, Pa., July 4.-The strikein Washington 3, Boston 3. statements regarding the situation in round bout. Clabby far outclassed eral Carranza is canvassing his generals
The president's address follows in the Westinghouse faitories is I to Chicago 9, St. Louis 0. Albania. This became known after McGoorty up to the time of on the proposal to send delegates -
part: continue if the strikers abide by the Federal League-Morning Games the president's arrival here today. the foulMORRIS to treat with emissaries of
"We are assembled today to celebrate result of yesterday: the one hundred and thirty- 4,000 men and,/ _aen of the 10,000 Baltimore 1, Pittsburg 5. statements were taken up at the cab KNOCKED OUT KUBIAKFort be possible to help along a conferencefor
eighth anniversary of the birth of the I, who are out.1st' ./.. their ballots and Federal League-Afternoon Games net meeting yesterday and afterward a settlement of Mexico's difficulties
United States. I suppose we can i,[ leaders s?. today that 85 per cent Pittsburg 8, Baltimore 7. Mr. Wilson decided their effect was I}f Smith, Ark., July 4.Special.Carl ( by Mexicans.
more vividly realize the circumstances j vote,t, reject the settlement pro-I Brooklyn 2, Buffalo 6. such that it would be improper for t Morris, of Sapulpa,Okla., Minister Suarez of Chile and Am
t of that birth standing on this 1!! post>a by the management. > Kansas City 0-0, St. Louis 41. Mr. Williams to longer represent the I heavy weight, knocked out Al Kubiakof bassador Da Gama of Brazil will not
historic spot than it would be possible f', j&aloons in the valley were opened Indianapolis 12-3, Chicago 36. United States in the Balkans.It Grand Rapids, Mich., in the sixth return to Washington until later but
to realize it anywhere else. jl yesterday afternoon, after being Southern League has been understood round of a ten round bout here this they will keep in touch with the sit

i "Have you ever read the decly r.- ;; closed since the strike began four Montgomery! 6-2, Memphis 0-7. Williams, of his own accord,that.Mr'l afternoon. uation through Minister Naon and
tion of independence! Whenfyouhave weeks ago, and before morning a trolley Nashville 6-9. Birmingham 5-4. warded his resignation, but the American delegates, who have
heard it read have you attended motorman had been attacked nd Chattanooga 8-2, Mobile 4-3. could be learned here it has not been RIVERS WINS OVER McCUE been instructed to wait here for fur-

i to its sentences? The declr&tion of badly beaten. The customary morning New Orleans 2, Atlanta 1. :, received by the president. I ther developments.
independence is not a fourth of July demonstration by the strikers was South Atlantic League I Los Angeles, CaL, July 4.-(Special Agents of the constitutionalists said
creation. The declaration of independence omitted, a1'the men at work in the Augusta 4-1, Jacksonville 3-5. BASEBALL AT KISSIMMEE YESTERDAY )-Joe fivers won over Mat ty they had received no further messages
was a document preliminaryto plants being given a holiday. Savannah 6-5, Albany 3-3. McCue here today. At the end of from General Carranza today

war. It involved a vital piece of Columbus 5-3, Columbia 44. Kissimmee, .Fla., July 4Spe the second round McCue's seconds and no indication of the progress of
business, not a piece of rhetoric. And CHIP KNOCKED OUT SLURRY Charleston-Macon; rain. :cial-Kissimmee) and Loughman threw up the sponge. the conference to adjust the differ-
if you will get further down in treading he San Francisco, CaL, July 4.-Spe-( broke even in a double header played ences between Carranza and Vflla. ,
than its preliminary passagesyou cial)-George Chip knocked out Billy 1 Orlando pennants for Daytona, here today, Kissimmee winningly the THE WEATHER Villa Can't Get Money r
:,$ will see that it is a very specific Slurry in the fifteenth round this,afj j U. S. flags for the fourth of Ja morning'game 2 to 1, and Loughman Florida: Local thunder showers El Paso, Tex., July 4.-Further ev-
E (Continued on page 4) ternoon. They are middle, weights. Curtis & O'Neal, next postoffice. taking the afternoon game 8 to 4. Sunday and probably Monday. (Continued on page 8)Y

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; (By Frank'G. Menke) (From the Gainesville Sun.) I Georgia peaches, wholesale or re- I MM " .... miimiman . . . . . . nim . . . . . . . . . .
tail. Iresh
every day. Also have
< New York, July 4.-One of the big During the recent session of the fresh: lot bf Georgia cane syrup, at
a secrets of the success of the Giants Jacksonville district conference of the I King's grocery store, 47 West Church .MMIIIIMMIIIIIMIMliiiMHIW ' . . IMNIHIIItttlMISHIMIH

f is there ability to raise up in a crisis Methodist Episcopal church, south, street. :
and soak solidly upon the knob the delegates considered quite favor- I *
any and all contenders for first ably the report of the committee on f.Sentinel
"wants" fill wants.
t place honors. orphanage. According to the report, your GRAND THEATRE 1

It has been the case this year. It 'I the orphanage at Enterprise may be I

was the case last year and in nearlyall moved to Jacksonville in a short time.It 1..1..1 ,..

the other years that McGraw .
i has held the reins. The sudden is said that George Schwantke.
strength shown by the Giants has the best looking orchard in this McCUllOC" COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN

against strong teams,immediately fol- section. Beginning early in the sum- .
gainst strong teams, immediately following mer he commenced irrigating his .111..1..0..1..1.1. .,.

' a t period of floundering, grove and very few drops have been

seems almost uncanny. found and the trees look thrifty and Department StoreJelly ) MONDAY:
Bert of the most
green. Roper, one
The Pirates breezed along at a capable of orange buyers and esti-

merry clip early this season. It mators in this section, says that Mr. j i "Pathe Weekly News you should see it every day.
ssemed nothing could stop them. Schwantke ought to pick two thou- Tumblers ,

z The Giants, in the meantime had sand boxes from his grove this fall "The "
Kathlyn Selig drama. ||
been just merely ambling along. -Winter Garden Times. ;

t Finally the Giants wandered into Fruit Jars The ninth episode.

Pittsburgh for a four game series There are 100,000 students en-
}' with the Pirates. On past showingsit rolled in professional schools in the "
"At His Expense. One of those Lubin ies. 8
looked like three out of four or United States this year, according to i all kindsPieseiving -. come ; ;

4 four straight for the Giants. But figures compiled by the U. S. bureau I
3 it ended just the other way. of education. Of these 85,192 are in "The Resurrection of Caleb Worth, Edison ; ; ; ;

The Giants surprised everyone by endowed institutions; the remainderin drama with Bessie Learn and William West in the
whirling around and delivering a institutions supported from public Kettles ,

crushing blow upon the domes of the funds. The various professions are leading role.

Pirates. represented as ,follows: Theology,

* 10,965; law, 20,878; medicine, 17,238; A show worth while.THAT

The Cincinnatti Reds started on dentistry, 8,015; pharmacy, 6,165; I; ; 20 S. Orange A\'enue. .

their recent western trip just a few veterinary science, 2,324; nurse train

', games behind the first place Giants. ing, 34,117. 11",11..1..1.1. ORCHESTRA

{ The Reds against the Braves, Phli-

lies and Dodgers fared mighty well.

They played good, consistent base CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
ball. The Giants, in the meantime, JOHN; B. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN

had a mighty job getting an even HULIEY, Ph. D., Litt. D., LL. D., President Friday 10th.Brewsters Millions."
break with the Pirates, Cardinals and '
Cubs who had T000000
preceded the Reds at
the Polo Grounds. them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept.25. Ittllltt+II..I..IIIII.Oi.II.t..DD..III.II.III.II.11111'IOIIII'lll l"lr
40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts ) a I"illllllllll"'III"'I"'I"I"lllallll'll11""r"'I'IIIIIIO'I" &
* 1
17 University Buildings College of Law kX " "II' " " " ", . . . . .$11).
4 Then the Reds came along. A 28 Acre Campus College of Technology I' : .
469 Students Last Year College of Business I
"croocial series" was in prospect. $1.000,000 Endowment Preparatory Academy
Four straight would put the Redsin $10,000 23,500 Volumes Pipe Organ in Library School School of of Music Mechanic Arts 'tt." ifitttti1" ' ? ! !! !! !!!! !!!! ! ? !tttMf.. .>?tff". ..8f. JJ...*},1.1, ?!:::
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first place, while three out of 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
Unsurpassed General Normal School
four would them Equipment Statement of the Condition of the
put only a few Separate Dormitories for young men and young women. Careful administration
points from the top. It looked and thorough supervision. Christian and not sectarian teaching.For .
rosy catalog or views, for information,or for room reservation address,
for the Reds for they had been play- JOHN B. STETSON, UNIVERSITY. D. FLORIDA Orlando Bank & Trust.Co.,
ing real baseball while the Giants

for the two weeks previous had been 1 Orlando, Fla.,

just lumbering ,through their games. __ n
At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
F Well, the Reds came-and the .. ..'teal"I'lt"'II " "II..tt"'II"I'I"1GRAND '
Giants whaled the daylights out of RESOURCES.

,. them. The Reds threatened to oust 1

them from first place and the Giants VIEW' Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . 3379,514 36

stiffened their backbones, cleared the Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 31

decks for action and took the entire Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,01833

nt series. The Giants hadn't been able Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

.to do muqh, against the ,other Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

} three western teams that came, but ,
Y just as soon as the team came along Newest and most up-to-date hotel in v $$721,185 '
i .
that was in the runner-up position LIABILITIES.

they gave that team an almighty I Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. : Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

I beating and Incidentally increased Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35
' Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
their hold on first place. Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. . None
: | Valley: One of the finest views in Wes- Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
f In 1913 it was the Phillies who Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

t able proved foes to be throughout the Giants the most year.formid-The ; tern North Carolina. Open July first. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506

Giants had considerable trouble beat $724,185 88

ing the so-called weaker teams; which .
.4 the Phillies walloped with ease and Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . $291,393 48

r dispatch; but every time the Giants t Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
met the Phillies it meant a beauti-
ful beating for the Quaker town gang. Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

k And so it was in 1911 and 1912. The Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
i CANTON N. C. :
Giants found it rather rough sled- 6 >d&\ Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . .582,669 49
ding when they bumped the weaker .

clubs, but just as soon as the:, stacked lllimMMMMMMIIMMIMtlHilHIiMMMMIIIIH INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,911 48
{ up against real opposition-against t

K clubs that threatened to oust them The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto

from the top, they played like fiends- "STARVING TO DEATH"Was persue a progressive but conservative: policy! to be liberal in its
; and won. treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
* I Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

&- The dear old Cincinnati directors safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

don't seem to have very much in the Mrs. Bell of Florida When ,
;T dear.old, Harvard Alumni. -- Km i i S11111> ; ; i 11 i "" f .,IIIIII..I..II> .' ,* ..IIO..I..I.C..
k After the Yale-Harvard varsity She Began Taking Peruna."Yes .

boat race which the judges awarded inn* ,
:i to Yale, despite the fact that a mov- I was starving to death," we heard from her. December 1912, liinnimi f
said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
' ing picture film plainly shows that Florida Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrh | For Sale
Harvard won by two feet, Coach Wrayof take Peruna. I could not eat any- of the stomach, see "Ills of Life" sent
the Harvard crew, went to L. S. thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, I
soured stomach. My stomachwas Ohio.
on my
Chandler stroke of the and i
crew ask-
very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
' ed him why in the blinky blazes he acted as if I had acute dysentery. IRas with a mucous membrane. They are I Modern 8-roomj
didn't hit up a higher stroke, as Wray in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same :
had doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat. Catarrh of i
-ordered. The ;Harvard doors i.
( crew, : House 2 :
me no relief. I was continually tile stomach and bowels will derangethe e
throughout the race didn't average a growing worse.I functions of these organs. The
: stroke of over 30, but in its trial Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. i : west of Wyoming -: load
t races had repeatedly hit 36 and The food lying in the stomach, even Just arrived car
up my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion, i Hotel. Bar-
maintained it through the four miles. at raw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro- ; ; FORDS for immediate -
Chandler, answering Wray's ques- some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation. j I
testimonial from a woman who had gain.
tion said: "I stroked according to been troubled much like myself. I Food Sours In the StomachA delivery.Get .
instructions. concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is
"Whose instructions"? demanded I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed into the system by the blood
who vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe j A. L. Bentley j | yours nowF.
Wray, up to that time had sup- the same time I wrote to Dr. whole system producing a condition i ,
posed that as coach he was the only Hartman. He pronounced my case
known autointoxication
now as :: G. RUSH,
'' who catarrh of the stomach and' bowels. 10 f. AMELIA AVENUE
person was passing out instruc- self poisoning. The fermenting, Irritating -
tions. I soon began taking Peruna. At mass, as it passes down into Phone 226
once I began to improve. After taking the bowels irritates the bowels, pro- ", . .1111.,1111111.1111.1."OIIIIIIIIIIIII'I'III"lt.
;,5 "Instructions from the Alumni" half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
answered Chandler. improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the very opposite ,

Wray, being a brave man, didn't I Began to Recover. constipation. '
faint-but he fealt faint. And sox Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine SUMMER TIME IS
helps to artificially digest the food.
to narrate in detail her rapid
any other coach under like provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does its .
circumstances. If the Alumni hadn't Bald "After taking two bottles of Pe work It Is only temporary. A perma- FLY TIME
" injected its finger into the pie in whichit runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when
had no share, the crew would have to wash the dishes." When she began the catarrh is overcome. j Are those windows screen
taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The ed yet? Patented detach
followed instructions
L Wray's Har-
and pounds. After she had taken five symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all
yard, probably, would have won de bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First. heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need-
1 ,cisively the opinion of rowng experts pounds. She concludes by saying food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on
i that she is wellIt Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavy
when washing
Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach
! The letter from which the above bloated, belching of gas. Sixth palpitation -
The time is here. Break the ice. quotations were made was received of heart. Seventh, poor digestion R.J.WALDRONContractor
Jump in. You will be telling others January 29 1901. In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth. and Builder
, the water is fine. Come to Sunday written September 11* 1904. she cays. tongue coated light brown. Ninth WOOD, COAL AND ICE. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
School Sunday. 1 sing the praise of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 West StreetittiUSIIHIUIIIIIIISI Wood; $:50 a strand up. Hand's1Coal potato slips at $1.75 per 1000.
near. It ii vied a great deal In our Tenth cannot bear tight clothes 9-31-tf Quick defcvery. Cash. Apopka Plant
vicinity. This seems to be a bad around waist I YaroVphone 566. Ca. Apepka, PIa. 5.24Subscribe -
Read'the Morning Sentinel Prices place for catarrh." We have received People who object to liquid modJcinos -
to' '10 centi a .... letters from her since. 1'bIlut time CM now obtain PMVM T.... Read the advertisements daily. job>> printing at the Sentinel for the Sentinel '


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owe It to candor and to Meakin. Moore was in Orlando last pjpr.pz.9iwj/jrttt

the amicable relations: existing Saturday on business. catalogue of the Florida State The Horse.

between the United States and :Mrs. D. W. Clark was shopping in College for Women which is now be- Whether the "poke bonnet" hats
the allied powers to declare that ing distributed by that College is are "worse than EOLA
Orlando last Saturday. nothing" or not,they PARK POST CARDSWe
should consider
we their part to. extend any attempton their F H. Davis made a business trip of interest not, only to every citizen should at least be taken off at sun-

system to any portion of thisbemtebere to Orlando last Wednesday. who has a daughter to send to college down. The two-story, wire framed have recently received a shipment of
but to every one who takes pridein canopies are far better.If .
as dangerous to our C. Fielding of Zellwood, was in handsome hand colored
of the
pea ,}nd safety. With the ex- town Thursday on business. the progress of his State institu- a wet sponge is fastened to a postals new

Isting colonies and dependencies Capt. C. Hyde and family motoredover tions. The book gives the history of horses head, keep it wet or it is worse park, with a good view of the fountain. Also

of any European power we to Orlando last Saturday even- the College and shows the substantial than useless. one of the new Methodist in black and white ,
have not Interfered and shall growth it has made since it was founded. Don't cut off your horse's mane or

.. not Interfere but with the governments ing.H.. H. Witherington and M. T. An- The list of the faculty and other forelock; he needs them as a protection which can hardly be distinguished fromareal

their independence which have and declared maintained derson motored over to Orlando Wed officers, exclusive of the State Boards as he does his tail, or nature photograph. Our fine reproducticn ofYowell-

it and whose independence nesday. comprises 42 names. The plant as would not have grown them.If Duckworth building has proven a "best sell
described con*ts of a of 103 he has been mutilated for life
we have on great consid- Mrs. S. S. Cunningham and little campus by er.1'
anon and Just principles acknowledged son "Jack" were visiting in Orlando acres, and seven buildings, includinga docking keep off insects either withy your posted on the growthof

we could not view last Saturday. new $30,000.00 dining room. Information netting or by lightly rubbing a Orlando. 5c for 3 cards ,

an interposition for oppressingthem C. E. Roberts and Miss Nellie is given also regarding the mixture of one ounce of oil of pennyroyal -

or controlling in any other Joiner, Winter Garden residents, were terms of admision to the College and in one pint of olive V>il. W. S. BRANCH
manner their destiny by any the work of the various Brighten him ,
visitors in Apopka Saturday. departments, up frequently with a
European in other
light than as power a manifestation any of Mayor W. R. :McLeod was among viz., the Graduate School, College of drink, but only give him a little at a The Arcade Book and Music Store

an unfriendly disposition to- those who renewed their subscriptionsby Arts and Sciences, the Normal School, time.Above

ward the United States. paying the cash since our last is- the College of Art, Expression, and all dispense with that instrument -

The American continents shouldno Music, as well as concerning the work of torture, the high check- ,,

longer be 'subjects for any sueEdwin John has come here from carried on throughout the State by rein.At r \
new European colonial settler the Extension Division of the Home
Winter rden and located in the night let the fresh air circulate ond&GOo"re'
ment.-Message of James Monroe
to Congress in 1823.BLIND. Dr. Shaddock property on Seventh Economics Department. Among the freely through the stable and tack "am
street items of interest to those who expect mosquito netting over its windows as

Mrs. T. J. Smith and son, John to go to College soon, are the you would over your own.

William, left last week for Rome, Ga., i calendar for the academic year, and After the day's work, sponge out FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAIHERS.

where they will spend the summer the statement of expenses, which for the mouth, eyes and dock: sponge off --- -- - -

The spring blew trumpets of visiting relatives.A. regular students in the College and sweat and harness marks and wipe REAL VALUES LOW PRICES

color. C. Starbird and wife and Miss Normal School are kept within the sweaty harness. Give a wide stallso

Her green sang in my brain.I Mildred Williford were in Orlando modest sum of $124 for 35 weeks. he can lie down, and clean bedding; COMPARE

heard a blind man groping Saturday night, going over in their Not the least interesting part of the and be sure to water between 9 and

"Tap-tap" with his cane.I auto.I. catalogue is the Register, which shows 10 at night, but not within three- OUR

.. I. Turner has purchased a beau- that during the past year there were quarters of an hour after eating.In FURNITURE

pitied him his blindness.But tiful building lot on Third street from in attendance at the College, 418 case of being overheated, get
1 boast "I seerPerhaps
We provide the quality furniture that has long
the American and young women from 49 Florida coun- into the shade cold water
Realty put
there walks a spirit Company on an
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
ties and 12 states. The
r Close by who pities meA expects to build a residence on same catalogue ice pack and along spine; put wateron standard of merit. If an article is here it is good
at an early date. shows clearly that young ladies of body occasionally, sponge legs
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
spirit who hears me tapping Fred Kieakman, of Chicago "was Florida who wish to receive educational with cool wet sponge, and sponge out this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

The five sensed cane of mind here last Saturday looking over real advantages of the highest tyype he: mouth. Give this mixture: Aromatic this business, and that means much to any buyer.
Amid such unguessed glories estate with a view of locating. He and at the lowest cost, can do so spirits of ammonia, four ouncesto
That I am worse than blind!
within the borders of their
expressed himself as being highly, own State. one pint of water.
-Henry Kemp in Independent. pleased with what ,he saw here. Young women who are thinking of at- In hot weather take extra care McNEM & DAVIS BLOCK,

Dr. C. F. Morrison, President of tending college in 1914-1915, should that the collar fits and that the wheelsare
our Board of Trade, claims the distinction write to the President of the Collegefor well greased. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

a .copy of this catalogue. L Jtllllll..IIIII.lllllllllgl..CIIIII"J
SAID OF WAR. of producing the largest wa- .
The divine command says ter melon so far this season. His Every man in Sunday School in .. ..

A "Thou shalt not kill. largest one weighing exactly 70 CHRISTIAN> ENDEAVOR WORK. July. If you intend to help this alongnow

pounds. Who can beat Apopka on Js the Sunday.
:' Murder Is murder.-Theodore melons? Dear Endeavorers:

Roosevelt R.. L. Howard left Tuesday morning Yesterday is gone. Today is short. REMOVAL OF ROYAL MILLS

for Bruce, S. D., after a sojourn Tomorrow may never come. We have
War, I call It murder.-James We Will Put the Reinsof
Russell Lowell here of some six or eight months. Hems something to do so let's get busy.

many,friends here who regret to At our last Convention, held ,in H. Ohse and D. D. Awde announceto
War wholesale murder; war see him go and hope for his speedy Gainesville, a pledge1 of $300 was madeto their patrons and the public at Success in Your
large the moving of the Royal Mills
Is hell-General William T.
return. He made many staunch the Boston Headquarters building
Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure
Sherman. friends here by his pleasant and jovial fund to be raised this year. Food Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone Hands

disposition. The News will follow There are about sixty societies in our street, next door to Mrs. Soper's millinery -
War Is the trade of barbarism.
him to his northern home.J. State Union. This means that each corner of Church and Boone
Napoleon Bonaparte.Not streets, where they will conduct an
L. Johnson and wife, who gavea society should pay $5.00 toward this up to date coffee and tea store. Later How? By furnishing you with

less than 8,500,000,000 human moving picture exhibit here for amount, $10.00 if you can. They they will handle a full line of spices,
beings have been slain in about a week last July were here also agreed at the Convention to pay extracts, baking powders, etc. ; a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : :

war since the beginning of the Wednesday and wanted to give our faithful State Secretary $60.00on In making this move they will be
better able to their customers call He will
world.-Edward serve ; on give a : :
Burke. you. you
exhibit again but there was no hall last years salary that will be $1 than heretofore. Call and try a pack.

The warrior's name shall be a that they could secure where they more from each society. This year age of their excellent coffees and ; formula that will make and mature : :
abhorre could exhibit When our new City she is to receive $100 instead of $50, eas. Remember the place, 201 Boone
name and bear (orever street phone 486 or get it from the '
the curse- of Cain.-Henry W. Hall is completed we will then have a I which is still a great deal less than wagon; at your door.; Purity, fresh- ; your fruit.

Longfellow. place to accommodate attractions and she is worthy of. The State dues ness, strength, full weights, and
will all have an opportunity then to'' were fixed at 25 cents per member. money saved you guaranteedormoney

War is murder by the law.- enjoy them. Let everybody vote for I Juniors 15 cents per member. back. 71lwGriffing's

Young f bonds. Now, in order to raise this moneyall

the members of each society must T r Fertilizer I.
There has never been a good m r r
war or a bad pea Benjamin BRINGING BACK THE BIRDS do their part The President and officers Trees

Franklin. That there is excellent prospect of should take this matter up at Give ResultsOrder

-' J the; restoration of millions of beauti- once and decide on a plan to raise ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA'COWPEAS
Gall) and power are the chief ful birds that populated the swamps your part within the next thirty days your ROSES and ARBORVN -*- i iMHHMIIMHMMttlPMM9HMHIMHMHM

t ..causes of warms Tacitus. and rookeries along the coasts of if possible. Keep the matter before TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow. tlltmHMMttlttllMtHHUMIIMItlltMiinMimHlli

Florida and constituted one of the your society; read the ;[letters in the Office opposite P. 0.
Where bleed the to en- -
many chief attractions for visitors, but Christian Endeavor"World, from Carl GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne
'rich the few.-Shenstone. t
were driven away or killed for so- Lehmen; tell what other States are, reason: +

Most of the debts! of this world called sport or the price of their and that Florida is just as much ob- The Griffings are the best and

represent condensed drops of plumes, will be good news for those ligated to pay $300 as New York or most experienced propagatersin
blood-Henry Ward Beecher. who believe in the protection of the Pennsylvania to pay $10,000. Other the state, and one or more
of the five are always on the
birds. Southern states have pledged larger ground.

By the activities of the great or- than Florida.
W H BROKAWSalesman
ganization that devotes its endeavorsto The outcome of this undertakingwill

DREAM SHIP. the benevolent work of guardingthe determine in part, the future of
Ob let me live in the heart of remaining few of the once great Christian Endeavor in Florida. Let's Grapefruit and Orange Trees
these:!. We have a limited supply of IRON AND ,BRAB-
flocks there has been a marvelous exceed our obligation. May each
Under the sunset sky. work accomplished. Legislation has Endeavorer feel his responsibility,and' - HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
Where sails the good ship Memory 11111'1111""IIIIIIIII.f
been obtained by means of which join with us in the slogan "We'reout
ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
And dreams to steer her by! wardens have been stationed all along to Win, and We Will Win Out. Shoe Repairingby :

'Where sweet winds blow and the coast and guard the rookeries or Below is a list of societies that I We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

song waves sweep nesting and breeding places from the have already remitted: PARCEL POSTMen's
Over the golden bar. depredations of the plume hunters Building Fund: West Palm Beach all kinds.

A. And silver mist lost on love the violet deep and aid nature in restoring the de (Union) Kissimmee (Presby); Lake Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- -
my a star. Half Soles, to 8scbdlcs'
pleted numbers of the once countless Magdalene (U.B.); Tampa (U.B.).
-C. K. Shettexley. flocks. Secretary Salary for last year: Half Soles, 60c to 75c riers, etc. Phones

T. Gilbert Pearson, the secretaryof Springfield (Presby), Jacksonville, Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750
Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo 181191.IDutton
the National Association of Audu- (U. B.); Lake Magdelene, (U. B.);
Heels Repaired, 2c F.
LAST WORDS OF FAMOUS. bon Societies, has just returned froman Union Center, (U. B.); So. Cent Dist.

AMERICANS. extensive tour along the Atlantic ($3.00)); West;( Tampa, (Cong'l.); All work returned in 24 hours.
Orders without remittance returned -
Thank God 1 can lay my hand and Gulf coasts, and reports that he Winter Park, (Cong'l.); Jacksonville C. 0. D. We pay SANFORD, FLORIDA

on my heart and say that sinceI found the wardens everywhere zeal- Tampa, (U. B.); Ruskin, (Union); return postage. : 5-15-tf.

came to man's estate 1 have ous in the performance of their du. Grand Ridge; Kissimmee, (Presby.); .

never done intentionally, wrongto ties and enthusiastic in the advance- Sanford, (Cong'l.).
any.-General Francis Mar A. Hanson ++4IIIMIHMM iHIKIIHIIMIIMMMlHIftttlMttttltllitMHUtmtMIIIIMMHItliMim .
Ion. ment of the work of restoring the Three societies that are always

swarm of birds that once covered prompt have paid this year's dues: 19 East Pine Street

I am about to die. I expect a these coasts. West Palm Beach, Pomona, and Mi- ORLANDO FLORIDA *

f summons soon. I have endeavored "It is now my opinion," said :Mr. ami. When sending in your remit- .... . . . . . . . .
to discharge all my official Pearson, "that we will be able to tances, please mention denomination. ,
New White Sailors
duties faithfully. I regret notbing. bring these birds back in numbers, GEO. A. CAVENAGH.State .

but am sorry that I am just as our wardens' work along the Treasurer. Takes Off Freckles
about to leave friends.
my ,
Atlantic coast and about the Great

Zachary Taylor. Lakes has restored the gulls, terns Don't waver at the last minute no Removes Tan. The latest fad

\ hope to meet each of you In and other sea birds that fifteen years matter what you intend to do. It Beautify yourcomplaion. Get

heaven. Be good children all ago were nearly exterminated by the don't count unless you do it. Your rid of those: freckles. You can
of you, and strive to be ready 1 millinery feather hunters." intentions to go to Sunday School invest SOc in a jar of WIGSON'S INTHEEAST1ESSES
I drew when the change comes.-An- There is another kind of vigilancethat I amount to nothing unless you go. and they'll FRECKLE disappear.CREAM Severe .
Jackson. according to :Mr. Pearson, has
cases may require two jarj
to be exercised continually in order to
no more. positively guarantee
I wish you to understand the There will be a musical supper
prevent tha undoing of all their work this, and if your com HAULM & MM
principles of government given by the young ladies of the plexion isn't fully restored to
of restoration and that is to watch
I ,wish them carried out. 1 ask Presbyterian church, on the church its natural beauty, me agree to refund you \
nothing more.William Henry the state legislature and see that the money without argument. And in addition
lawn, Tuesday evening, July 7th, WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine fra
Harrison.I influence of the commercial interests for Barclay Corsets
from six till nine. Refreshments on grant toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow, Agents
identified with the millinery trade do and does positively remove TAN and<
/ sale. 74.3t FRECKLES. Try it at our risk. Price -
only regret that I have but not secure the repeal of the laws that sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00 JJcCalTs Patterns
one life to lose for -- WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. Wilson
my country protect the birds or amend them so Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S C., makers.
Nathan Hale. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- For sale by f
as to render them ineffective.TampaTimes. ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. .
5-19tf. j. N. MCELROY .11. I" fli H 1

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-1914 injustice. We have appealed to the -
South Florida Sentinel -
native fairness and magnanimity of
(Continued from 1)
MORNING AND WEEKLY When in the course of human men, that they disavow these usur- page
JOSlAH FERRIS. Editor and Ovntr events, it becomes necessary for one pations which inevitably render less body of declarations concerning the

half the people to dissolve the polit- dignified, honest and harmonious the I business of the day-not the business

Entered at the poatoi bee at Orlando' Flor ical bondage which has held them sub- relations between men and women. of our day, for the matter with whichit
I:*. a* Second Clasi Mail Matter. NOT TO KNOW US
ject to the other half of the people, Men have too long been deaf to this deals is past-the business of revo-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES and to assume the separate and equal voice of justice and honor but manyare lution, the business of 1776. The dec-

DaCy 1 Year ..........................J;.OO station to which the laws of nature now joining with us in laration of independence does not! 4
our refusal -
Daily, 6 Mouths ....................... 2.5
Daily. 3 Months eo.................... 1-2;) and of, nature's God entitle them, a to acquiesce longer in this un- mean anything to us merely in its /
Daily 1 Month ....................... .50 decent respect to the opinions of man- warrantable sovereignty over us and general statements unless we can apprehend ,, f 4

Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.0 kind requires that they should declare over our children.We to it a similar specific bodyof '. t1-r..'Sf-.-.rt .=:, ).'" -.";;,." : // _' ..._...
Weakly S Month ..................... .ji the causes whcih impel them to therefore, the women citizensof particulars as to what we considerour 1 4 i. \ .ty .' 'r- ... _'' ;;"'. ,,
"'I"\" := .-' Jf "' -- -\
: TO ADVERTISERS: freedom.We the Untied States of America, assembled liberty to consist of. _!2 1t.' .: "'- :;!" ; ,i ''

hold these truths to be self- today throughout the nation, "Liberty does not consist in mere :7 .- t
Cop for display sad all kiheraJiertiiinr baneti evident, that all men and women are appealing to the Supreme Judge of general declarations as to the rightsof
But be landed in at the u. acSl .=1
slice of tho Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. created equal, that the yare endowedby the World for the rectitude of our intentions man. It consists in the translation -1.-', ,..#;._;';:' r.. oJ I
i lira day More publication. This rule applies their Creator with certain un- do in the name and by the of those declarations into definition.
to chance* for contract advertising; it ia
fararlafcle and will be strictly adhered ,to. alienable Rights, that among these authority of the organized woman- I Therefore, standing here where the

are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of hood of America demanding enfran- declaration was adopted, reading its
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinue
should notify the office in writing en Happiness. That to secure these chisement, solemnly publish and de- business-like sentences, we ought to
tha date of expiration otherwise it will be rights, Governments should be insti- clare that women ought to be politically ask ourselves what is there in it for '
continued at the regular subscription rates, I Almost
until notice to stop is received. tuted among both men and women, free. us? There is nothing in it for us unless \
their from the we can translate it into terms of \ i
deriving just powers Here and now, in this glorious I A
SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1914. consent of the governed; that when- springtime of the year, under the : our own condition. argues

ever any form of government be- azure skies of hope, in the sunshineof I "We must reduce it to what the li i)

ca Gold, in small quantities, has been comes destructive of these ends, it is life and enlightenment, we dedi- ,lawyers call a bill of particulars. It ,,1, i1 you
discovered near Pensacola. It was the right of the people-women pea cate ourselves to the great work we contains a bill of particulars-the bill t '

t pumped up in digging a new well. ple as well as men people-to alter or have undertaken and go forward to lof I particulars of 1776-and if we are yourself

o abolish it, and to institute new government : victory remembering that in unity to revitalize we are to fill it with a
Orlando had the safest and sanest laying its foundation on there is strength, and that note even bill of particulars of 1914. unknown

fourth of July in its history. It was such principles and organizing its the prejudices of the ages, nor the "Patriotism consists of some very : :

so safe and sane there is nothing to powers in such form, as to them shall powers of entrenched political privi- practical things; practical in that

write about itEverybody seem most likely to effect the Safety lege can keep in continual disfran- they belong to every day life, in that

o and Happiness of all the people. Pru- chisement half of the citizens of our they belong to no extraordinary distinction -

; is feeling better in dence, indeed, will dictate that governments -! country when their rights are demanded : but to those things which There are many who know us in the ordinary -

Tampa. The announcement has been long established should not by the intelligent, patrioticand i I are associated with our every day general war of business, who come
made that the grand jury will bringin be changed for light and transient uited womanhood of the land i common place duty. There are some
in and what want but
secure ,
no more indictments. causes, and accordingly all experiencehas 'j i Women of America, this is our (gentlemen in Washington for exam-
times fail take the of
shown that womankind to opportunity see-
are more
o 1, country; we have the same devotions i pIe, who are showing themselves to 1 1We
s Many Orlando men looked into their disposed to suffer, while evils are suf- to its institutions as that half of the : be patriotic in a way that does not at- ing more fully what we have.
pay envelopes last night with fear ferable, than to right themselves by;' that is I tract much attention. The feel
citizenship permitted to gov- I very members want those who do this to that
and trembling. There is a counterfeit abolishing the forms to which theyare ern it. We love the flag, and it meansas 'I of the house and the senate who the freedom of the store is theirs. 'Ve
$1,000 bill in circulation. accustomed. But when a long much to us as it does to the men stay in hot Washington to maintain a
train of abuses and usurpations, pur- I'' want them to feel, like a great number of
o Women !
1'of' our nation. have made, quorum of the houses and transact
f New York had to pay the bulk of suing invariably the same object, : hnd women will make, as many sacrifices ( public business, are performing an others IGOr that this store is"ORLANDO'S

the corporation and income tax. Thatis evinces a design to keep them under i,i for the honor and glory of ,i act of patriotism. Honor them for it, I
the penalty they incur for fleecingthe absolute subjection, although they are :and I FAVORITE SIIOPPINGPLACE"
these United States as those of her i am mighty glad to stay there
suckers from the balance of the spiritually and mentally ready for citizens who have all the rights and ]j: and stick by them until it is over.

country.The Freedom, it is their right, it is their privileges of the suffrage. Given our ,, It is patriotic also to know what the in every sense of the word.
o duty, to provide new guards for their' full citizenship and allowed to sharein 1'facts are and to face them with can-

Gainesvilfe Sun says Herbert future security and the security of the government, we will be as j,i dor. I have heard a great many facts
Felkel, editor of the Pensacola News, their children. jealous of the honor and integrity of ( stated about the present business con-

never forgets a friend. Certainly Such has been the patient endur- our country as we have been in the I II ditions in this country, for example, c

c not. That squint-eyed. shrimp never ance of the women of this country; past, when in countless ways we have I a great many allegations of facts at

t' had one. and such is now the necessity which shown our divotion to the life of the !any rate, and it is strange that these

t o constrains them to demand an alteration nation, to the liberty of its citizens 1 facts as stated do not tally with each

It is perfectly natural for Roose- in the system of government. ] and to the happiness of all the people other." Are You Planning
velt to stand by Perkins. When the The history of our government is a i-The State.
former throws his hat into the ring history of repeated injustices to wo- '
the Utter is expected to fill it with men (as wives, mothers and wage- o -- Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -
the Sentinel Job & Abernethy. Just received a to take vacation this ? If
Try Department. are
a year you ,
long vote and of
green getters. earners) repeated usurpations I big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
o by men, many of them with the then let us help you solve that ever perplexing .
It is pretty generally admitted that avowed object of protecting women. 111111111111111111111111..1 "
ilMtllllllMIIMUHHIT. question of "'HAT TO 'VEAR"
Florida's constitution is a thoroughly But the direct result has been the

F out of date and obsolete document. establishment of a government which Geo. C. Dolive T. HOURIHANLicensed .

Among other things the legislature benefits by the knowledge and experience : I OUR'MAGNIFICENTASSORTMENTS ,

might take steps to call a constitu- of only one-half of the people, I} Plumber and '

tional convention. The world has and which tan not fully represent I AUTO U ml. Sanitary Engineer : ,.
moved rapidly during the past few the interests and the needs of the Estimates Furnished. Jobbing i
.. years and our present constitution other half of the people. I Promptly Attended to. : will help you amazingly. Our phenomenal -
'a was drafted nearly thirty years ago. In every stage of these Oppressions PHONE 629 :
Phone selling this spring and summer has
----o-- we have Petitioned for Redress in I 106 Court Street :
The Lakeland News offers encour- the most humble terms, beginningeven ) I not depleted our stocks ODe iota, for week

; agement to the devil in the following: before the Constitution of the : 248 or 355MMMMMHMMIMMMIM ORLANDO, FLORIDA :I br week we have replenished with the

"Victor Starbuck has a rival rightin United States was adopted. Our repeated 4-zllm
his own town of Orlando, in the Petitions have frequently been ] tliMIMMMilMIIIMMMHiimitlitmittllMIIIIMIMIIMMMl II NEWEST OF THE NEW .
a person of 'The Citizen Devil,' who is

some poet himself, though of the low- ,
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brow order. In such classic atmos- in
We take a pardonable pride
phere, however, perhaps his brows We use exclusively the famous cream from Sydonie Dairy,

will will be gradually no longer be content elevated with until such he Zellwood, in manufacturing our ice cream. A trial order all I Our Silks

lowly subjects, as 'Oh, dem watah we ask. ,
', millions, oh; but will be able to soar Our Dress Goods

5 aloft on wings of poesy to the realmsof McELR.OY'S PHARMACY :

the blue empyrean, and there pluck Our Wash Goods

lyric posies to shower down upon the Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHU \E 20. Try our Ice Cream.MMMIIMMMMMMMMMMMMHHIIIMMMIMMMMMMMIMHMMMti. :. 1
4 proletariat. Go to it, Devil!"
o II II If Our Ready-to-Wears

The chances of Hon. A. B. Newton,
j nominee for representative from this HiaitMtMIMIMIIHIMIIHHIIItmillMMMiiMlllimiil HIMMMiiMM Let us take the burden of the "what to
county, becoming speaker of the next .. wear" worries off your shouldersconsultuswe
r legislature are growing brighter each .
s day. Opposition from various sources .. .. are ever ready to gheOU the

has sprung up against nearly every benefit of our large and varied experience.
other man mentioned for the place, .

said of Mr. Newton. He is well fittedto IS OUR AIM
preside over the next Florida house Commencement Day-an important event in the

a of representatives in every way. In lives of young people should receive some fitting markof .
speaking of his candidacy, Chas. E. appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the 1

ti Jones, in the current issue of Dixie, : occasion. What could be more fitting than, a gift of

says: "Progressive Democrats could Jewelry?
not find a better man for speaker I
than this same A. B. Newton. He :. DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
3 has been tried in law making and hasa OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT
direct the attention of relatives and friends to
record of faithful, loyal service for
the people. He possesses all the qualifications I .. the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this : Is a great help to our out-of.town cus-
tomers make of it whenever can.
: store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new I ; use you
necessary and is a man of I information cheerfully given.
j exceptional ability." est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond Samples or
\Ve all charges.
5 o : o or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values prepay
: and assortment. : Write for one of our illustrated mail or-
Whether you belong to church '
or not, you must admit that the : : A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves : der catalogs. We invite comparison of

church is the greatest force for the : : no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. : values.

moral uplift of every community. : ..
Without the church and its influenceno I .
community would be fit to live in, : ". .

and you wouldn't care to raise your : I, .

children in a community that had no : ..

} church., The church people of Or- : ,
lando have asked only four hours of II

the time of every man in Orlando : ..

during July. They have asked everyman : DIOKSON'IYES K O [ CO.
to attend Sunday school each

Sunday during this month. You can the Jeweler

surely afford to give four hours' timeto
: ,

1 body an derives institution great from benefit which, whether every .. , DEPARTMENTAL( STORfr I It

bet: a member or not. Go to Sunday OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE ..

school this morning and go the following .
three Sundays in July. It .
will take very little of your time and :.
the example you set will result in ,
good to others. 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.111111111111111 11111111111111111'111


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THE TUNER ; ; n h HEG' I


1 lillljBUYS Open2p.m.and6.30p.m. !

y o I a 22 West Pine Street
| Admission 5 cents Io
8 At 2:30 p. m., Sunday school.At .
is spending a few daysin IDOIIDCDGllDCDOIIDGDGllDCDQllDCa 3:30 and 7:30 p. m., preaching
Tampa by Rev. Cassmore, of Winter Haven. I
) PROGRAMGold To all "Get -It II Hi t lens"Show
..., i invited.these service 3 you are cordially -I .

AND SELLS Seal Pauline Bush and M. J. i
of Lake Pickett,
1V Mr. W. A. Newton,
Macmuasrie in "The Honor of the
spent Friday and Saturday in Or- CATHOLIC CHURCH -J j :
REAL ESTATE Mounted, in two parts. 0
lando.J. Nestor.. Wallace Reid and Dorothy Fifth Sunday after Pentecost. 11 .t .. .
Davenport in "The Intruder." Thisis
Mass and
sermon, 9 a. m.
A. Preston left Friday for De- a very interesting program and Benediction of the Blessed Sacra-
should be seen to be appreciated.
ment after Mass.
Land after spending a short time in 600 acres south of Winter -j Enquiry class, 7:30 p. m. H Us Your Watch
,this city. :Mass daily during the week, 6:30a.

C. E. Rinaldi came up from Tampa Gotha,. including 10 acre HEADQUARTERS BILL II Fobs-PLEASE !
yesterday to spend Sunday
orange grove. The entire Summer is the time for
mother, Mrs. A. Rinaldi.J. you
4.-There is not
I Washington, July Sunday school at 10 a. m.
tract covered with | I likely to be any action for the next Services at 11 a. m. Sunday; sub- D to have a fob, we have one in

E. Spurling, B. J. Reed, and Tax yellow pine timber. Two I I few days on the Sparkman house bill ject, "God." our assortment that will
Wednesday evening services, 7:45.
J. D. Jenkins of Sanfordwere
miles of lake shore.MMMIMIMIMIilliMH. to remove the customs headquartersof Third floor, corner South Orangeand please you.
visitors in Orlando Saturday. the Florida district from Jackson- Church street. Entrance on D Dare

ville to Tampa. Church street Our Watch Chains
Mr. C. D. Carroll, a prominent turpentine -
The printed reports of the hearing
9' operator of Osceola county, ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRALThe the best made
before the sub-committee of the senate we can
in Orlando Saturday on business. '. .
was JAX MAN OFFERS TO BE VILLAOF finance committee, before which Very Rev. Henry R. Remsen, furnish any kind you want-

REVOLUTION AGAINST the Tampa and Jacksonville delega- dean. those with 20
who has been year guaranteeare
Miss Myrtle Miller,
ORANGE COUNTYThe tions were heard, have not yet come I Fourth Sunday after Trinity. modest in
the guest of Miss Fannie Berry, re- i The Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. very price.
from the government printing office,
turned to West Palm Beach Satur Morning prayer, baptism and Sun-
following letter was published and pending that time the subcommittee day school, 9:30 a. m.

day. in the Kissimmee Gazette of Friday: will defer action. The Holy Communion and sermon, Allen & Co.
Jacksonville, Fla. June 29 1914. 10:30 a. m.Evening ,
When the printed report is avail
and litHe
Mrs. E. A. Potts son prayer, 7:45 p. m.
Lake Junalaskato Kissimmee Valley Gazette., able for consultation the subcommittee -
Joseph, have gone to Jewelers
spend the remainder of the sum- Kissimmee, Fla. will call in the Florida senators FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t
Gentlemen:-The tax payers of the and ask them how they want the bill

mer. /- southern part of Orange county appear shaped. Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,pas- U Prompt Repairing.

Mrs. M. G. Normant returned to to be treated by some as though "As far as I am concerned," said tor.Mr.. Samuel A. Newell, superintendent Everything Guaranteed.ffmiMHDMIHIIIIIMIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIHIMMIMt.

her home in Orange Park after a they were not a part of it. Having Senator Fletcher today, "I am goingto of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo.
lived in that vicinity I feel sure the W. Phillips, director of the choir; Mr.
the bill for the
short visit to her mother, Mrs. J. B. support pending removal -
William S. Branch, Jr., organist.
around Taft and all
people through
of the customs headquarters to
Willis.' Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Don'tforget
that country to the east and west Tampa. I believe that is the best and men-this is your month in

Mrs. George Wygant and little son, prefer to do their trading and other the just thing to do. My preference the Sabbath schools. ." 4
: at 10:45, with the .
Morning worship ; "
business in Kissimmee. That whole '
would be for the creation of four -:"
of Tampa, came up yesterday to visit cus- pastor in charge. Subject of ser-
is destined to be of the
Mrs. Wygant's mother, Mrs. H. B. country one toms districts. However, passage of mon, "What Has Made Our Nation
greatest trucking districts in Florida, the bill establishing Florida head Great."
Myers.E. E lb.
as has already been demonstrated. I quarters at Tampa will not in any At night, a great union service at CO 1_ .''r .d]
First Presbyterian church. All are
believe the lower of
part Orange
,F. Hoyt, division superintendent way interfere with future efforts to invited, but the men especially.
...of the insuranc department of the county should be annexed .to Osceola secure the creation of four districtsin The quarterly business meeting of
Knights of Pythias, was in Orlando county, and I alp believe without Florida." the church will be held next Wednes- +
doubt if it can be put to a vote three. day night. Every member is urged
yesterday. Senator Bryan is for four districts. "
: to be present.
fourths of the people will vote that
The public cordially invited to attend
I would suggest the county line 3lNpyur.JmtJine.lfrJPURE
all services.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williamson, of SIMPLE CEREMONY MARKS INTERMENT -
to be one mile north of where it now
Gabriella, are enjoying a visit from
is on the section line from Brevardto
their attractive little nieces, Misses
and Evelyn Osborne, of Ti- Lake counties.I AT WINTER GARDEN
Dorothy Artstetten Austria 4.-The
hope' to see some of your enter- HONEY
i tusville.Mrs. bodies of the assasisnated Archduke I
prising people take this 'matter up, (From Apopka News)
Francis Ferdinand and his consort,
Willis and as a property owner in Orange A. J. Walker of Apopka, was in
J. B. left yesterday for JELLY TUMBLERS .
the Duchess of Holenberg, arrived \,
I will
county everything possibleto
He boughta
town shopping.
Tuesday .
Jacksonville short time
to spend a
alsist) in the matter. here today and were interred beneaththe
loaf of bread.
with her daughter. She will from
go castle chapel with a simple cere-
here to New York for the remainder The above information was conveyed -
of the V. C. SEVERANCE. mony. to us through the columns of
summer. funeral crossed the
V.. procession the Winter Garden News, and to say this
EXPORTS FROM FLORIDA VAL- ferry over the Danube at Poechlarnat are selling oranges week at
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. we were surprised only mildly expresses -
UED AT OVER 42 MILLION dawn and the cortege reached the
had been led be-
it, to :
Hill and Washington as we 10 dozen.
Wamsley corner cents
end of its journey at 5 o'clock. The per
a little daughter was born June Jacksonville, Fla., July 4.-By fig- lieve that Mr. Walker was one of the.

30th.:; Her name is Virginia lona Fox. ures obtained from the office of JudgeJ. coffins immediately were placed in ardent supporters of the Buy at Home
the of Artstetten castle where
chapel ,
Mother and baby are getting along F. C. Griggs, collector of customs, doctrine and when we know that
icely. the value of merchandise exported priests and nuns said prayers at the right here in Apopka and just directly .
side of the catafalque for several THE SANITARY GROCERY
.*, from all Florida ports during the across the street from his place of

Mr. Frank D.. Guernsey left Fri. year ending June 30, last, was, approximately hours. business we have a well established
1 I ay for Jacksonville to attend the $42,172,079. The valueof Later in the morning two trains bakery and yet in the face of all that CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

wedding of :Mr; Sam R. Marks, which merchandise i imported during the arrived from Vienna with membersof he should be so reckless as to begin i

takes pace r.ext Wednesday. To- .same period was $9,950,642.By the imperial family. the practice of buying away from 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

night Mr. Marks will entertain a comparing the exports with the After the final rites the coffins home, we wonder where these mysteries -

large party at a dinner at the Con- imports, it will be seen that Florida were carried through lines of army will cease.

tinental hotel at Atlantic Beach.AGUINALDO'S produced for export purposes more veterans and firemen to the family There is absolutely no excuse for CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

than four times what the state' utilizes vaults, their final resting place. this even if he could not get a loaf FUNERAL DESIGNS

SON A DESERTER in imported porducts.The of bread in Agopka he has a good wife

value of all exports for the CRAZY WOMAN WITH TWO REVOLVERS who is a fine cook and will do all the ....III.a.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.,1111ILOSTAuto

,. FROM THE NAVY past year exceeded the value of the CALLED AT KING baking necessary for him. If we hear

SaQ Francisco, July 4.-A reward exports for the preceding year by GEORGE'S PALACE of this occurrence being repeatedwe tire about four miles HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR

D! $100 has been offered by the U. S. nearly one million dollars. The imports - will have a committee appointedto south of Orlando, Saturday after- THE SUMMERThe

government for apprehension of Guil- were in excess of the previous London, Eng., July 4.-A woman wait upon him and ascertain the noon. Reward. G. A. H., care Sentinel Home Laundry will close for

l hrrao Rodriguez Aguinaldo, said tote year's record by $1,301,405. who was arrested late last night at cause of such recklessness.The office.WANTED. the summer June 27th. Will open

a son of the former leader of the The collections from all sources at the gates of Buckingham palace, October 1st. At that time we will

Filipino insurgents, who is posted as all ports amounted to $2,376,466.39, where she demanded entrance and insisted last issue of the Orlando Morn I for PARTNER an engineering, with an proposi automobile give Thanking good service our patrons when help for is the scarce.past

1 a deserter from the United States or almost twice as much as the total on seeing King George, was ing Sentinel brings the good news I tion. Good profits. Address B. J., business, we hope to see them again
cavy at Yerba Buena naval training collections made by the collector of identified today as an Australian who that Editor Josiah Ferris is fast recovering I care Sentinel. October 1st.

station. Young Aguinaldo,' who is internal revenue.s was suffering hallucinations. She from his serious illness. His 6-23-lw HOME LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel.

twenty-four, enlisted at Salt Lake carried two revolvers in her pocketsat newspaper friends throughout Florida Who is your painter and decorator?

pity June 30. "When the Miami boosters reach the time of her arrest. will rejoice because of the glad tid- have If you; if are not satisfied, phone keep W. T.the Entrican one you, Ice cold melons at Self's Marketon

Orlando-well, some of them may go ings-Tarpon Springs Leader. I Ne. 636. 1-20-tf East Pine street. 6-26-lw

Eat what you want. j back.-Orlando Sentinel. Miamians Eat what you want -

Eat all you want. usually show great come back pow- Eat all you want. . . . . -
Take a postscript and forget itFor 1 Take a postscript and forget itFor .II..IIIIIII.IIIII IIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111,1111111111111"111 , ,+
ers, so we are not at all anxious.-I ItMULLtllJIIIillllitltltlillllJItHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIt lHIIiiJtHHIMHThis
sale by all durggists. sale by all druggist
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I RJCRNMONDAY. i is Sunday. morningthefirst

Sunday in July. Don't fail

right now, but go and clean up

"The Romance of Orlando," a local film made here

last December with local people. This film will be repeatedfor and attend the Sunday School of

the benefit of those who did not see it last winter, and

,/ those. who wish to see it again \ your choice. The most grevious

/ || "The Double Knot- ," a two reel Majestic feature failures are those that take you


"Three of a Kind," a Royal comedy.That .
to the brink and fail.

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

again tonight to the holder or the lucky ten cent ticket. ,.

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| i i First Floor, 10 Cents._ Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents I t

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rYs PEOPLE'S WANTS:I Lumber, Laths and Sliiiisrles -

s I I

Notices of Lost, Wanted For Sale, For t
Bent etc, fur this column. 25c for one day:
0SA 69c for three days or $1.00 for one week, for
IS word or lees. Money must accompany
Open the advertisement fer this column aa no
Insertion will be made on credit

'rk i ,-

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

boy busy carrying packages. 'Tis well to follow Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-

r a druggist who never substitutes. ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl,
X Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Cement
Royal Plaster
Agatite and Perfection LimeWE
Imported Olive Oil PL SOc.
.h FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare
I Imported Olive 0111.2 PI. 25c. bargain; recently completely over-
hauled and made good as new in ev- .
Sbivar Ginger Ale 2 for 25c. $1.25 Dozen
{ ery part; guaranteed first class con- AND DO ALL KINDS OF .

Imported Castile Soap, lb. 19c. dition; must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRING
sacrifice.: Come address
or White
.((4 big IOc cakes make. pound.)
Rock Poultry. Farm, Leesburg, Fla.423tf I .

Our drug store is located just around the corner /

from Guernsey's hardware store. When down ORLANDO
FOR SALE-Or to rent, brown bun-
town, come around and see us.TheCityDrugStore. galow, corner West and South "
street. Inside all newly furnished.
Inquire of F. W. McAuley, or Daet-

wyler. 27-3t DR. L H. RAMSDELL Water & Light Co. j

WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, OPTOMETRIST I 1
in good condition, for Victrola and
J. L. DEAN, Proprietor. records. Piano may be seen at For- (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini)
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
Orlando, FloridaHMIIilMIMIIililMMMII'liMMMMMimiiMtMti Fla. ORLANDO, - FLORIDAimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii

y Electricity
WANTED-To borrow $800 or $1.000 -
HMMMMMMMHtMMtMIMIMIIIHIIMMMIIMMMDEAD on improved city real estate. Threeto ...II .Iii
four years time. Address Itt \

e :I pan or Great Britain and is less than care Sentinel. 6-30-lt
i ; Gas Water Ice
one-sixth that of France and one- LOST-Saturday, near court house, !

3. MAN fOUND IN SWAMP fourth that of Russia. county a small clerk's bunch office.of keys. Return 6-29-3t to ii I For Sale

While there have been frequent

---i I temporary recessions in the course of WANTED-Couple to live on country I I ORI Office---No. 18 West Central Ave.

z Believed Man Killed Women and American commerce the tendency has place. Call or address, 400 West
Then Committed I ever been upward. From 1890 to Central avenue.WANTEDTo. :I EXCHANGEj

1901 .American foreign trade grew : .
Y Suicide from M,500,000,000 to $2,250,000,000, buy or rent, at rea- I : Room House, built
i I I j ;
sonable rate, boarding house, [ No. 6
while from 1902 to 1913 it increased a Telephone
I|I of
close in. Address B. G., Box 324. J ; cement blocks 24x36,
t; Atlanta, Ga., July 3.-The bodies j I I from $2,250,000,000 to $4,250,000,000. 73.2t
' of S.. F. Bennett and two women, I Ir i Other Growth ! Cartright shingles, two I

later identified as those of his wife, I I In the period since 1870 farm pro- DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancv | ; lots 100x150, some young
Flossie, aged seventeen, and her sewing of all kinds, and work ready f I
a mother, Mrs. Mattie Tolbert, were ', ducts rose in value from $2,000,000- when promised, at room No. 6, over | I peach, orange and grapefruit ; .
000 to $10,000,000,000 a year, a coal Estes' drug store. Misses Keen &
found in a at East Point, a''I i trees. Driven well !
output from less than 3,000,000 to Baldwin. .. *** . . ,.
?? suburb of Atlanta early today. I 500,000,000 long tons; copper from | ; 200 feet. \
Wounds indicated that all three had
twelve and half thousand to FOR RENT 1-
a over :. I ; Address
been shot to death. The bodies of I
I one-half million tons; pig iron from
the covered with brush '
I women were
2,000,000,000 to 31,000,000,000 tons; FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottage
A while that of Bennett lay in the open 'I petroleum from 221,000,000 to 9,250- I near W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney Box 424, I hctM1
= few yards The coroner of street south. of Mrs. Stev- 300
i a away. and manufacturesfrom Inquire
000,000 gallons,
Fulton rounty has been summoned to $4,000,000,000 to over $20,000- enson, or-Mrs. Dr. Anderson. Kissimmee, Florida : Are You a Woman ? ARTICLES

; make an investigation. i i I 000,000.
According to the police there were FOR RENT-Two office spaces in 6-8-im 300
store at No. 9 W. Ehurch street.
{ indications that Bennett killed the .
; I Come in and we will show Pierce
'I Come along to Sunday School. you.
women with a shotgun and after covering Electric Co. 3-29-tf ,
Make it unanimous. It would helpus I
their bodies with brush, committed I
all. Everybody benefited. CardulTo
; suicide. The officers said I TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- I Take, Popular Mechanics

there were signs of a struggle, they ]I ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. I
: underbrush and weeds being trampled 4-26-tf I Magazine

for a distance of several yards around LOWFrom The lice question is quickl/J II I WRITTEN so YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT*
settled if dust fowls with '
>; the spot where Bennett's body was I I MISCELLANEOUS you you I Tonic A GREAT Continued Story of the World .
I Progress which you may begin reading
lying. A single barrelled shotgun. Conkey's Lice Powder : at any tune and which will hold your

was found tied to a stump nearby. I LOST-White bull terrier pup, tan It's safe,quick and sure.' year interest of forever.the most You wonderful are living age,in of the what best is
Exdursin R Saics lour poultry profits because it I doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
} The police believe that Bennett after I' t tI spot over left eye. Reward. Phone A resident of Mars would gladly pay-
1021. 7-4-3t Kills the Lice
killing the women, fastened the gun I IDoesn't FOB SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS p1,000 SUBSCRIPTIONto FORONEYEAR'S
to the stump and, standing before it, Harm Chickens
I Up to date painting, papering, etc., Pnct 25 milS 50 cents and JlXtt. F4 magazine-in inorderto keep informed of
discharged it with a twig. TheY I I Orlando is the kind you want. Where to getit For tht mitts that hide m tt* meLt by Are our progress you reading in Engmeenngand it? Two millions Mechanics of
*charge tore a great hole in his chest ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. your day and poultry rw house on chidrns side at night,spray A.k. .Fa,.I - neighbors are,and it is the favorite maga.your
c. zine in thousands of the best American
Entrican. 1-20-tf
The face of the young woman was Conkey's Lice Liquid ter? homes. It appeals to all classes-old
$ 40.70 New York N. Y. and
beaten in, making identification al- Clans them our thoroughly Quart 35 DR. F. C. BOARDMAN young-men and women.
. cents,hall gallon 60 cents,gallon JI1W. The "Shop '" Department (YO( pages)
We insure life and loan
most impossible. Bennett, who lived I 53.10 Bnlfalo, N. Y. your you For the deadly bead louse I tCONKErS gives easy ways to do Wings-how to meld
money on real estate at 6 per cent DENTIST useful article for home and shop repairs,etc.
in East Point, was last seen on thurs- i 40.70 Pa. HEAD UCE =f Amateur lfecbanica"(1O
Philadelphia interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., ', P&Ire8)telU how to
i day. He formerly lived at Logans- Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. OINTMENT ; I make Mission furniture, wlrelese ontfita,boata'
49.20. Chicago HI. Effective and dorMi'i harm chicks 10"J, Boardman Building engines magic and all the things a bol10ee
ville, Ga. 3-25-d&wtf and 25 cents. Money back. if these - ; $1.50 PER YtAR. SINGLE COPIES II COTS
preparations do not satrdy.Th.CLCe.keC.tk.d..AOhi. A>k ram twwwinfer to ibmr rw_or
.A The police believe that Bennett 48.20 Detroit, Mich. Office Hours: WRIT it FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY

killed his wife'by strangling her two 38.70 Cincinnati, !). at Tomato F. F. Dutton's, Egg plant Sanford, Pepper, Fla.Crates, P. F. LAUBACH 830 to 12:00 150 to 4-00 POP' 4AR MECHANICS CO.
318 W.
r; 'days ago and that he lured her mother 519tf. WxUnstoa St.CHICAGO
Telephone 540.
to the scene of the killing and shot 37.20 . Louisville, Ky.

;= her yesterday. It is also thought 43.45 St. Louis, Mo. Sentinel want ads. are money get- ::II ! - r III -H*
ters. Try them. 1III II U=' \\\' HUM MMMMMQIMIMMIlimmillMHimiMMMMMMtllMIMIIMHMMI
that Bennett shot his wife after he 64.30 Denver, Col.
'had choked her to death.
3 95.20 San Francisco Cal. I Don't wait fAIr every one in town to
have Entrican, the painter, before
- OUR' FOREIGN TRADE. 111.70 . Portland, Ore. you try. Am too busy to look you IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE[

.. up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
Sold October job. 1-20-tf
tt daily--Limit
: Washington, July 3.-Although a

world leader in the interchange of 31st...Stop Overs.Atlantic If you want your bicycle fixed in

products among its own people the a hurry take it to Warman's Repair
United States' foreign trade is far Coast Lineoff I Shop. 12-5-tf. f FURNISHING QUESTION( IN R REAL( l

short of its immediate possibilities.Such T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone
best and
is the conclusion of offioials of rs routes 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf

the department of commerce, after a schedules.For .
study of the statistical' abstract of I Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's F- LAJB1TEST:
information and
z' the United States for 1913, made public reser-I Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.

today. American home trade at vation call on any A. C. L. ,

present is estimated at about $40- Ticket Agent, or promptly If your, don't paper fail to is notify not the delivered office. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

:A 000,000,000, which is equal to the international J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone d light; it is a pleasure to select from, them, and an added
Find what want in Sentinel
exchanges of the world you
I pleasure to find just what want at prices that are reasonable -
% and approximately ten times the val- 132, Tampa, Fla. "wants. you

s ,ue of its own foreign trade, now valued in every sense of the word.

at $4,000,000,000. MlilllillillimiMmiMMUtMIMMtltMllillimiillMIH> .'
The abstract shows that the pres- ;

dent American export trade of $2,500- Ready for To-morrow ? \ \ CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
3 000,000 represents about $25 per cap- Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than
:. ita. A per capita basis equal to that other farm animals. In order to insure thorough 11.:1 using BeeDee 11 to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
digestion of all the food eaten,and to make STOCK MEDICINE Witt .
of Argentina, it says, would raise your. *
horses readier for next work add to m bones regularly and clubs other Our salesmen will this
Y American export powers to $5,000j)00,000 ,- feed day's "eu'find it a saving proposition \ \ or any formalities. explain
evening a teaspoonful Of- on feed. It also make
and one equal to that of Bel- them healthy,thriving and
dw. \ \ feature to you.
:: gium would bring its exports to $10J000,000,000 ,- STOCK Ira Johnston.R.F.D.No.1.
Bee De a
a year, while its aggre- MEDICINE HIIIIIMIMMMeMMIHiMltMMMMItMMIIMMHIimillHMKincaid
-. gate foreign trade when upon a per

capita basis as large as Canada's R will lessen :your feed bills. ,soc and can.

,; fwould be considerably over $13,00- B will Increase your profits. At yonr leeld

;'One 000,000.-third of World's Railway ,Mileage P.RI & Snowden

.K \1 The United in States United commercial Slates 'powifer Cow Peas! Cow :Peas!

and its strong international power 4I
the Clays ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ....$3.(ft per bushel
: is further emphasized in abstract hens ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .oo... . ..oo..oo........... 33-3 per bethel I Furniture of Character
ft shows that the United States with Unknown ... ... ... .......... .... ... ......... 3':. per bushel i
258,000 miles of railway, possesses Whippoormll ...... ... ... 'oo ... ... ... ..... ... ...... ..........3... per bushel
|(one-third of the world's total. It Mixed Peu ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ...' ... ... ... ..... :LBS per bushel Prices
!e leads in telegraph mileage, performs We pay freight on all orders for ono bushel acre at above price If wantedin at Popular ...' ....!
'more than one-third of the world's large quantities, we will promptly mad.umplet and quotation

service on its own routes, while KILGORE Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
tail: public debt of $1,000,000,000 is SEED CO.., ; i ; \

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-i ; Is the Coolest Place in Orlando >-

We have a fine Chef and serve the best
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town

/ Condensed Specifications

Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 3 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00.Special '
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; ,single drop frame; 12- '
rates room by the
t : inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter '

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week. .
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver .
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: \
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors .

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Persons interested in Florida, orwho

IJ;, ; intend to buy land here, should DR. J. C .HOWELL -IN A- THE MARKETOf
ome in the summer time; we very
Receipts From Candidates Was Insufficient ;strongly recommend th& Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment
In the summer you see the land No extra charge for house treatment )Modern Seven Room Cleanliness QualityFRESH
to Pay Expenses
it its very worst. If there is ever a Telephone connections
of Election hance of water standing on land it I Office cor. Orange and Central Ares House. AND SALT MEATS

will show in the summer time. Thisis
Tallahassee, Fla., July 3.-The following J the period of rains.It First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME
statement shows the aggre- rains quite heavily almost every Warman's Repair Shop o' Court St.I'I'j j Only four and one half
under the best
gate amounts of expenses approved afternoon: from June to October. 125tf. I I Kept sanitary conditions. t .
]blocks from the
A for tiayment and the total amounts oflecelpts I This is, of course, the hottest periodof post
Everything screened from the flies
; away and kept fresh
received by the secretary of : I the year. Come down and be con " " " " " " \\1 Dffice, East Side. A and
state under the primary law, same 'vinced that Florida in the summer is pure.We

being chapter 6469 Laws of Florida.'l not as warm as in your northern cit- JUST OPENED 'variety of fruit. We are ; invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Marshall & Bruce Co., regis- ies during heated spells. We have
tration books _________.__$2,195.80 ; continued warm weather, day after going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Line. .

C. D. Robertson, clerk ---- 529.90 l day, but it never gets hot in the sense POPE'SLUNCD erty and have the
T.J.App eyard,state printer 1,172.55 i that you know it at times in the put
Southern'Express Co. ______ 314.81A. north. COUNTER price at only $2350. The PARLOR MARKET

M. McDougal, postmaster, I The evenings are always comforta-

stamps .,_______________ 994.14 bly cool.. If there are any mosquitoes, SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS t Reasonable terms. '
Force of boys and girls, they are present in the summer time. H. M. Self & Co.

stamping envelopes, etc. __ 86.56 ; Plan to make your inspection between -
Western Union Telegraph Co. 16.71 June and October. TRY OUR I Cooper $ Atha i PINE STREET

B. F. Willis, stenographer_ 11.50 \Y ou will not find the farmers very
E. E. Isler, mailing docu-1 I busy during that perjod. Florida- 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor Phone No. 80

dents_ _____h-:_------v.. 2.00 raises vegetables when northern sections OPEN DAY AND NIGHT .
Alva Nelson, mailing documents I are not producing them. She Phone No. 311 "II'IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" " 'inIMIHIIIIIMIIIHIIIIMIIIIllliM

.__________________ 1.50 could not compete with your home- POPE & BUTT PROPS. 3 ,
falconer company, election !grown vegetables in summer. We
supplies _______________ t 800.001 only raise enough for local r I I
Falconer Co., transportationon ,tion during the heated consump-I fHMMIIHtltMMMIlimDAILY ' HIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIMI

supplies _____________ 32.26 I
Wrigley Engraving company,

engravings ___________,_ 9.18
Hodwick, drawings ________ 10.00H. Fare 3oo W. M. SLEMONS
& W. B. Drew Co., envel- S BETWEEN

opes ___________________ 227.94 BUFFALO

Total ,_______________$6,41060 LEVELAND
Receipts New Goods
Space in campaign booklet.. 1,795.00 Arriving Daily
Filing fees from candidates 1,586.40

Total __________________$3,381.40 SEEANDBEE"
Length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet Cloche;510 ftateraom and parlor ccoauuxlatiiig 1SOO paveifpen.
NATIONAL EDUCATION dealer u *-largw u all properUoa* nrhrr u all appomtmeiili.-lh q any ateamer uaaaL.d I
vaten of the world.; In aernce Jane lath.MagnificentSteamaw .
CONTENTION.t II "SEEANDBEE"Cry of Erje"and"City of Buffalo" We sell, high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co
II Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-May lst to Dec tat

f t St. Paul, Minn., July 4.Hundredsof II 4 LeateBo/Uo Arrive dereland. '7JOA.00 P.M.}L Arrive Lave CWland Betide - '900P.M.7.30 A.M.Eulcrn made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

teachers' representing every Statein ( Standard Tine) Bo>s' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
CcnmeetioaIatCeftludror Detroit and all YettandSonthwert.Railroad
Pnt4n-BaT Toledo. point
the union, are here today for the ticket reading bet eea Baffalo aM Cleveland are good fortrmuportationoB out ateamen.Atk .
Fifty-Second Convention of the Na- your ticket agent far ticket via C.&:B.Line. Vnte M for hambome Uliutnted booklet free. ; Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
tional Education Association. The &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
throngs will be added to Monday, '
when the regular sessions open, The I
convention closes July 11. -
The meeting of the National Council : : c ;

takes place today. Educational - W. M. SLEMONS
Sunday will be observed tomorrow.The fI >!
convention divided into de-
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tary Education, Secondary Education;; //raSaE.*' 11'11"l
Higher Education, Normal Schools, -sL ...)'liHIIMItMiMatllMMMMHHmilllHIIiliii|
Business Education, School Patrons,
it ,
and classroom teachers. ,1111.11111.
There will be six general sessions. -- NM# IHMMN! a110111111101010101100aI$14fl

The first will be given over to the I II . . . . .
addresses of greeting and response,, e I WI I L oll.. ."""" "' '' '' " ",.
the President's address and one other.
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The second session will be devoted to J II filii
jlll III"
a The discussion Educational of the status Advancement of women.of I Low Round Trip ei Rates :

Women" will be discussed Jay four FROM JACKSONVILLE "Starve the Fly"' .

women of distinction from different SLLais . $37.'ZS fkkags . $43.50 CocmutiWuipef . $ 300
. . . 31.50
Deaver sua St. Pad S67S L.auville
of the United States. The third
parts . . .
session will be given to the discussion Salt Colxade Lab Spriats CQ SUI 71.50 Dalatk . 1.s.7US Ev Ca.rn1le uvdl. ... 21.40 32.25Jt.30 That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
III T.Ihed.w . 71.1. Twnt . 41.0 IwLtDapoEs the to rid house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
around the
. swatted flies house- way your
of the Finance. Report of the Committee III P.rthad . 101.01 Mntral SS.CS fnDCk Lid 35.20III
1 . . . . 41.10 housewife and cook-it cleanliness about
Teacher's salaries and Cost I Seattle IOU' Printer .SUI T W. That's why the Gas Range appeals to the spells
on 4349
of Living. The fourth session will I Sec Lw Gluier a A.dta.st Frascitcs Park a. .. 11.75 11.50 Macknc 1 Kiapra.1tale .Fslls. .. 4740..SUI 47.40 Dctrai.MiM Ckaatawu UClT- .-. -- 30J9 47.40 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
lave its "The Principles andAim time and properly cooked.
topic Low rates to other points in Colorado California Canada.Minnesota. word whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
Mouat& Proportionally Cleanliness is the ,
of Education" which will be discussed .Michigan the Great Lakes Rocky DI.
I low rates from other points u the State. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
by four men, one from th< Tickets oa tale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
when the fire would not burn and things
stove because have already swatted it enough
standpoint of the college, one from i VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT you
_c would not cook right now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
the tandpoint of the university, on b A'I I LAKE COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. ;
frog a standpoint of elementary edu u ,, r h' .. Going through St Lous,returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
all tickets.
Liberal oa
1 ,, or nee Tern. stopovers
catiin, and from general stand /
point. The subject of the fifth ses : I Il through train daily;choice of three different .
sion''will be "Education in a Demo i I \ routes.
(raor" The sixth session will be_given / }, r I HTM daily trains to the southwest through New If & \
Orleans. Unexcelled daunt car semce. Fast time. Orlando Water LightComp any
fver to 'a series of ten mina :;;;.-j 1 Rock Laf nat. No dud. No dirt. For handiome illustrated
( 'I booklets of summer tounst resorts rates, aleep-
speaehes on "The Needs of the Publi ..car reservatooM and other mformaboa.address
School" These speeches will be chief 1'I/I C. BRE1NEYp Gas Department

ly from the ex-Presidents of the AsFor FlsrJt PssMSftr Ages!.
0' soci tion. .IL H0 l.0,S I SIll III II Sl13$0.00I,SIlII
'1 : \ -WfntkjW.ucisoimu.ru.. S//II, III,011III111101010 Sill,lOOM Ihr'ot1flM1L1t4)N

th s Din, read The Sentinel
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g 'I Gritty Deputy Sheriff Wounds Second
f t .1 ,
si 4fv' I j Robber, and Receives Bulletin

I, }1 .. His Breast

i 1 Iv .Report of the Condition of Pendleton, Ore., July 4.-In a bat- "::'}Ti 5.. ::::;(): }:./:

* tle with two train robbers in the aisle
& The State Bank oi Orlando of a Pullman car on an Oregon-Wash-

xi e ington train fifty miles east of Pen-
Orlando, Fla.
.. ti; dleton' today, George MacDuffey, a ;: : : .'
.+ N At the Close of Business, June 30, 1914. deputy sheriff of ;Heppner, Ore., killed .
one of the robbers and wounded the ." '. ..
;. ., . .
P other. A bullet aimed at his heart 'My4t3i] ( :.

taI Loans and Discounts. . . . . .$490,565.39 was turned aside by a pocket combin ( :

Overdrafts . . . . . . ... . . . 252.35 his waistcoat pocket.
".'? Stocks, Securities,, etc. . . . . . 185,931.74 The dead robber carried a watch .- (I (, I

Furniture and Fixtures. . . . . . 13,004.30 inscribed with the name Hugh Whit- rrhe( :: Glorious"I] : :( A

Real Estate . to . . . . . . . . 13,875.45 \ ney, which is that of a well known .
Cash on hand and due from Banks. 246061.60 desperado who has robbed trains in
Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. His .. () ;) '

3 Total . . . . . . . . .$949,690.83 wounded companion and a third rob- F@U :'
ber, who was guarding the expresscar
got away and are now being pur-

Capital Stock . . . . . . . . $50,000.00 sued by a posse of citizens and offi-

Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,000.00 cers. Anniversary of our 1 hitioui1This
Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 4,233.23Dividends Get Away With Loot I :
unpaid . . . . . . . 1,496.00 They got about $200 from the express Independence ;

DEPOSITS .* . . . . to to to to 856,961.60 car besides a diamond ring val- J
I ued at $700 and a few dollars from .... Bank will be closed. t

r Total . . . . . . $949,690.83 the passengers. t

robbers Conductor boarded W. the E. Fergus rear Pullman says the at Open: as: usual, July 6, 9 A. M.l' }

a way station and forced him, the .. .
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a Pullman conductor and all the train ......' .'. .......r .'-. .'.:,:. +
crew to walk to the express car,
i where they held revolvers at the head ':: /I _
: : ,'y l
__ _,of_the messenger while he opened the ; ... .
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J HUERTA'S REGIME issue will be held until disposition of 'safe.After c-. '" .. . .. . -v i :
;.:. the case can be made. j I' going through the expresscar . . ... . '.. .. .. . .
; Continued from page 1) the leader of the'men' ordered the .... ... . . . .. ,. . .. .. ... ...... .
iJ. Hence of the completeness of the The first public demonstration of other two to go through the passen- .: t :j. .
I Carranza Villa split was found in ant the trouble between the constitutionalist ger coaches and take what the pas- O. I '. G : U:
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chief and his northern commander : '
I injunction on file in the state district sengers had. . : : : ;- .... .; '. .. . ..... . ; : '
:; court here today, which prevented the resulted in the confiscation at Juarez -' The robbers worked slowly' and -. ". .. . .. -." ,. .- : :

-i entry into Villa territory of 400,000 of funds of the national constitutionalist most of the passengers had time to .. . '

I rtflf* 'I recently pesos in printed constitutionalist by an American currency com- Carranza's treasury treasury, and general the arrest and other of- hide them.valuables MacDuffey before was the men waiting reached,for ': '.:-; :.:.;(c .:. .: ..:= ::?.:}:':.: ., .' :;.....};. :. . ..':: .. .:' .:<: . .. . :. .'::- .:.>::<. :'.y-;;.(o:::.... -

': pany. The action was taken by Cart employes. j them when they entered the' chair
ranza agents here. El Paso has been a distributing car.
before the point for the national currency. Car- Sheriff Drew First covered on the track near the train OUTGOING SHIPS FROM NEW inch rat guards on lines and hawsers
The issue was
M t internal troiiles of the constitutionalists ranza recently authorized an issue ofJ]I Before the robbers had time to geta after the robbers had gone. The pas- ORLEANS FUMIGATED immediately after docking and the
4,000,000 in his fiat currency, bead him he of sengers counted up and found that I i placing of guards on gangways.
had reached a breaking point, pesos on dropped one : New Orleans, July 4.-Federal au
intended dissolve the they had hidden about $1,000 from Despite the fact that the day gen
which has resulted in the conference was them. Then he received a bullet in thorities today began enforcement of
the leaders, in various state issues. Villa, as representing -"'his chest, but the force of it was the bandits. The women passengershad quarantine regulations on outgoing erally was observed as a holiday,
between military progress
halt in the clean-up
the Chihuahua state govern- broken by the pocket comb and he all been spared. vessels of the for there was no
The as a part campaign
'today at Torreon. money i
I campaign under supervision of Dr.
-, arrived here consigned to the national ment, was to have received his pro- had time to wound the other robber I eradication of bubonic plague. Under Blue, general of the
treasury officers at Juarez, and the portion of this new issue, representedin before he sank. It is indede pleasing news to the ;I personal direction of Surgeon G. federal health service.
4' Carranza representatives at once the consignments here.It I I The wounded robber ran back to hosts of friends of Josiah Ferris, pro M. Corput of the public health ser- Congregations of the various New

asked the injunction against the ex- the express car and warnde his chief I.prietor of the Orlando Daily Sentinel, vice, the fumigation of shipping in Orleans churches will be urged at
handling the consignment will pay you to let us do some that it was all off. The two dropped to learn that he is convalescent from the harbor was initiated.
t press company serviced tomorrow to assist in the
lC to Larazo de la Garza, Villa's of your printing. We do it right. I I from the train and disappeared in the his recent severe illness, and that hewill I I Regulations promulgated by Dr. eradication work if ministers observethe .

f agent at El Paso. The paper of the i I woods. I soon be able to again mingle with |I Corput require fumigation of vessels request to this effect made by Dr.
z I regular national constitutionalist fiat Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf > A quantity of explosives was dis- I his friends.-Gainesville Sun. I I prior to loading, the placing of 36- O'Reilly, city health officer.

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.yt HEAVY RATINE SKIRTS, a beautiful quality -
NEW DRESSES that speak of summer. Imagine -
cool dress made of a beautiful and nicely made, with wide flounce LADIES HAND BAGS. This was an exceptional -
a summer ed at . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pnc$6'00 and will give the
t Voile, which comes in such delightful purchase we you
shades, striped with other tones.. It has advantage of our good luck in getting them
'; the new Russian Tunic, almost to foot of r/\ About 100 in all, in 6 styles, all white,
2 9
t' skirt and priced at $ .OVJ NEWsian worth up to $1.00. 'EXTA SPECIAL. . C.
Tunic, well made, and the very latest

styles. See this one at. . . . . . . . $6.50
z I VOILE DRESSES, the best dresses for the

money that the year has seen; best in ma-
t terial, in making, in fit and in style. Made

of Dolly Varden Voile, beautifully trimmed Just received, a splendid line of shirts, all Fumed Oak. Dutch patterns just received,

with Grenedine and Net, has long 12 00 new designs, Coat Styles. These goods are and must be seen to be appreciated. .
pleated Tunic, and priced at the famous guaranteed Emery Shirts, the
colors are guaranteed fast, priced at $1.00

andSILK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.50
WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, nicely made with
} \ Peplum. Priced at . to. . to to. . to. . $1.50 ':SHIRTS FOR T'. be BOXES, all sizes and kinds, and at prices
quick to appreciate the style and value
that will make them sell.
r here. We have the most attractive line

shown in the city and priced at $tOO,

t WHITE RATINE SKIRTS, just received, a $3.50 and . . 4 . . . . . ... . . . . $..00 .
beautiful new line, the very latest styles

with Peplum . . . . . . . to . to . to $2.00
TRUNKS. We are showing the largest and -
most complete line of Trunks in the city,
LADIES SKIRTS, made of a splendid quality Just received 200 of these in natural wood
at low prices. ,
of White Ratine, with two ruffles around nn handles, a large assortment to choose from, QO-

hips, an exceptional value, at . . . . . $3. $1.50 quality. special while they last. . . .


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