Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00374
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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 7, 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: VID00374
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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






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Based on Increased Receipts of Office Two Counties May Reach Final Adjustment

MAY BE[ MOHIHS BEFORE[ WORK BGINS'[ and Indicating Steady Growthof Financial Obligationsat MEASURE[ HAS O. K. OF PRESIDENT/


Washington July 6.-A number of The commissioners
county weir in
Florida postmasters receive boosts in AND "THE MIKA- CASE HAS BEEN TURNED OVER session all day yesterday and trans- FILIPINOS -
: the annual readjustment which has acted deal of routine business HAVE DEMONSTRATED
WILL HAVE TO AWAIT OCTOBER just become effective, including the the majority of it relating to minor CAPACITY FOR SELF GOVERN-
TERM SUPREME COURT following: road matters. They adjourned yesterday WENT
r Tampa, from $3,500 to $3,600; Orlando I "THE CIRCUS GIRL" IS CORONER CONTINUED afternoon to meet again

"There is not the slightest doubt from $2,700 to $2,800; Braden- : ONE OF NEW ONES TAKING TESTIMONY Wednesday to complete the routine
that the 'Orange county commissioners town, from $2,100 to $2,300; St. Petersburg - I work and the equalization of tax as- Representative, July Jones 6.-Special.-of( Virginia) ,

,t will do everything in their power ito j from $2,800 to $3,000; Fort The members of the Mendelssohnclub Freeport, N. Y., July 6.-(Special.) sessments.A chairman of the house insular affairs

brick all the road promised, and Myers, from $2,300 to $2,400; Wau- although not holding their -The entire tragedy which caused communication was received committee, is to report to the house

especially the main highway from the chula, from $2,000 to $2,400; Day- weekly rehearsals during the sum- the loss of Mrs. Louise Bailey's life from the attorney for the Seminole in a few days his bill granting the
tona, from $2,500 to $2,600; Tallahassee last Tuesday night re-enacted tonight county commissioners, Geo. A. De-
Seminole to the Osceola line, said a I mer, are none the less enthusiastic, was Filipinos the widest form of territo-
prominent gentleman last night, who, from $2,600 to $2,700; Plant City, and are planning many delightful concerts : by Detective Burns and three of Cottes, suggesting a basis for the rial government, but denying them

while without authority to speak for from $2,200 to $2,300. for next season, work for which I his men, in the office'of Dr. Carman final adjustment and settlement of independence until they

the board of county commissioners, is i St. Augustine is reduced from will be commenced in October, when and the grounds surrounding the all financial matters incident to the can maintain a stable form prove of they

well informed in regard to all county j $3,100 to $3,000. The Jacksonville I their director, Forrest Dabney Carr, house. cutting off of Seminole from Orange. ment. govern

matters. "There is no necessity for postmaster's salary remains station- returns from his European tour. Burns himself played the part of The clerk was instructed to comparethe
4 President Wilson and Congressman
all this hue and cry," he continued, ary at $5,000. The first concert will include the murderer. One of his detectives suggested basis of settlementwith
Readjustments are made on the Feast and the "Death of the figures of the auditor, and Jones conferred today over the pro-
"about this matter. The "Wedding played the role of Dr. Carman, and
commission-I postoffice receipts. Where gains are it is very likely that if they agree a posed legislation. The president an-
,ers are going to brick Minnehaha, and Orlando music lov. another detective represented the
shown the is settlement will be made the basis nounced that he did not expect the
increased. Les-
salary on
though they may have to do some ers will be pleased at the opportunityto dead woman. District Attorney
mighty good financiering to make sening of receipts means decrease in listen to more of these wonderful Smith, Sheriff Petitt, and Dr. Carman I of Mr. DeCottes' communication stat- Jones bill to become a law during this
the salary paid. ing what would be satisfactory to session of congress. The bill will
their money hold out. The bonds numbers from the Coleridge-Taylor watched the performance of Burns,
have not yet been validated and tfebsJ I The_charges are: setting of "Hiawatha." as the murderer made his way to the Seminole county. make provision for the immediate or-
r = Now. Old. Clerk Robertson instructed ganization of a Filipino senate and
was to
is plenty of time to criticise the commissioners I "The Mikado," which was presented window through which the shot was
''Alachua __________$1,300 $1,200 have the court house connected with house, the former to consist of 24 and
refused -
after they have to twice this fired, and which afforded him
past will be repeated, safety
Arcadia ___________ 2,300 2,200 year from the newly laid sewers. the latter 90 members, to be electedby
and "The Circus Girl detection by in the doc-
a bright musical persons
Bartow ____________ 2,400 2,300 Filipino citizens qualified as under
comedy, will be given on three tor's office or on the road in front of
the United States laws to the
Bradentown ________ 2,300 2,100
Soon after the commissioners met evenings. Not only the costumes but the house. Half a dozen times
Daytona ,___________ 2,600 2,500 TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT[ [ f FOR R f. G. president of the United States to appoint -
will Burns t the window
yesterday morning, Hon. Braxton the scenery as well be brought crept raised the until full independence is
Fort Myers ________ 2,400 2,300 granted -
,Beacham addressed the board and from New York. screen, pushed the curtain aside, and I
t I Fort Pierce ________ 2,200 2,100 & S. LEAGUE[ [ a governor general, vice-governor
x from "The Circus Girl" snapped his revolver.Dr. .
urged the necessity paving was produced at
1 I Live Oak __________ 2,500 2,400 general, and justice of the Filipino
the Seminole to the Osceola line Daly's theater, where it ran for a Carman declared
particularly 1 Burns' enact- court. The
Madison ___________ 1,900 1,800 supreme governor gen-
and all that was specified lengthy period. The cast includes ment of the
tragedy was startling in eral will have the right to veto legislation
Orlando ___________ 2,800 2,700 E. C. Hoskins, Now With the Mallory -
1 in the resolution prior to the electionif thirty singers, and, with the synopsisof its logical and .
; sequence possibilities.Mrs. but he be overridden
Palatka ___________ 2,500 2,600 I Line, Will Have Charge may a
possible. the comedy, is given below: Carman
i Plant City _________ 2,300 2,200 was greatly interested. New DepartmentMr. two-thirds vote of the Philippine sen-
Hon. John C. Jones, of the law firm BIGGS, an American Bartender__ Immediately after the ate and house. Absolute veto
St. Augustine ______ 3,000 3,100St. __________ First Comedy rehearsal power
of Jones & Jones, presented a memo- Petersburg _____ 3,000 2,800 SIR TITUS WEMYSS ___________ the Carmans, District Attorney Lloyd S. Tenny, manager of over all Philippine legislation will be
: rial and petitions from the citizens of Sanford 2,500 2,600 --___ Character Old Man, Baritone Smith, Sheriff Petitt, and Detective the Florida Growers' and Shippers' vested in"the president of the United
the southern end of the county, urg- I : DICK ______________:_ Burns went into consultation. Later States.
Tallahassee ________ 2,700 2,600 ____CAPELLight League, met Mr. L. B. Skinner, president -
( ing the commissioners to build to the Tampa ____________ 3,600 3,500 DRIVELLI, Proprietor of Circus.. Burns and two officials held another of the league, and Dr. J. H.

Osceola line. Mr. Jones made a brief Tarpon Springs ____ 2,000 1,800 Character I sesion. Following these conferences Ross, another member of the execu- JONES EXPLAINS HIS TRUST

argument in behalf of the petitioners, Wauchula _________ 2,400 2,000 HON. REGINALD GOWERBaritone the; sheriff announced that Burns' detectives tive committee, in Tampa Friday, CONNECTIONS
but the commissioners filed the mem- -----------_____
West Palm Beach, ._ 2,500 2,600 AUGUSTE, Clown _____________ Bit take charge of the July 3rd, to decide definitely with regard -
orial and petition without action, and Winter Haven ______ 2,000 1,700 ALBERTANI, Ring Master ______ case and an arrest was expected at to a traffic man for the league.Mr. Washington, July 6.-(Special.)-

% no immediate action in reference to I _______________________ Baritone any time. Sheriff Petitt stated that E. C. Hoskins, at present with T. B. Jones, of Chicago, the presi-

the matter is expected from the TOBACCO TRUST WILL BE RE- IOMMISSAIRE OF POLICE ____ it was believed by the authorities thatno the Mallory Line Steamship company, dent's "personal choice" for the fed-
__________ French Dialect Comedy
view of the fact that the
board, in INDICTEDNew CICOMTE GASTON ____________ man murdered Mrs. Bailey. was selected. Mr. Hoskins' traininghas eral reserve board, and understood to

{bonds have not been validated and it __________________ Light Comedy been unusually good to fit him be his selection for governor of the
will be some time before road work York; July 6.-Special.- TOOTHPICK PASHA the Terrible Inquest Continued Yesterday for this work. He has been engagedin board, today appeared before the
tx actually begins. The possibility has Turk _______________________ Bit
For failure to obey the mandates of RUDOLPH, the Cannon King Bit Freeport, N. Y., July 6.-The inquest railroad rate making, and has been banking and currency committee of
,been suggested that the bonds may a recent decree of the United States PROPRIETOR OF THE CAFE DE into the death of Mrs. Louise connected with several railroad bureaus the senate and explained his connec-

f'not be validated before the supreme LA REGENCE _____Small tion with the harvester and zinc
supreme court, ordering a dissolution Part Bailey, wife of a New York manu- that have had charge of the
) court meets in October. of the American Tobacco FLOBERT ____________________ Bit facturer, who shot and killed last publishing of the rates for railroadsin trusts.At .
k company, a COCHER _____________________ Bit was I
The memorial presented by Attorney new suit will be brought against this SERGT. DE VILLE ___________ Bit Tuesday night while in consultationwith different parts of the county. In the conclusion of Jones' testi-

Jones follows in full: trust by the government. This was VALLIAND __________________ Bit .Dr. Edwin Carman, a prominent his capacity as freight traffic man- mony the committee adjourned with.

'f ',To the Honorable 'Board of County learned today when a special repre LA "FAVORITA," The Circus Girl Freeport, physician, in his office, was ager of the Charlotte Harbor & out taking any action regarding his
_______________ Soprano, Ingenue
Commissioners of Orange County, sentative of Jthe government returnedto LUCILE, a Slack Wire Walker__ resumed today.Assistant Northern railroad Mr. Hoskins name. Late this afternoon the sen-

State of Florida-Memorial: New York from an extensive trip, ______________________? Soubrette District; Attorney Weeks worked out the tariff arrangementsfor ate confirmed Charles S. Hamlin, of

Whereas, It has been constantly lasting several'months, through the MRS. DRIVELLI _______________ exhibited an unopened box of .38 cal- this road, and so is very familiar Massachusetts; A. C. Miller, of Cali-

and persistently reported that the established tobacco growing states of the South. LADY_____DIANA______ Character Old Woman____ l iber revolver cartridges which he said with all questions relating to rate fornia, and W. P. G. Harding, of Ala-

highway, located betweenthe Another six months' thorough inves- ____________ WEMYSSGrande Dame I he found in the attic of the Carman making on Florida products.The bama, as members of the board. Sec-
southern boundary of Seminole tigation will have to be made before MARIE______French Dialect Ingenue'! home. Dr. Carman told him, said work that Mr. Tenny has in retary of the Treasury McAdoo and

county and the northern boundary of the new suit is filed. Not a single LOUISE, LIANE, EMILLE, I Weeks, that he did not know how the mind for this department consists ina Comptroller of Currency Williams are

sceola county, will not be paved with stage, either in the past history or JULIETTE Quartette) _(_the____Serpentine________ Dancers I cartridges came to be there. A .38 careful analysis of the rates on members ex-officio, and the board will
;rah rick its entire length, but that about present trade of the American To- COMTESSE D'EPERNAYBit'' caliber bullet killed Mrs. Bailey. Florida perishables, and it is planned' now be able to organize. The only

,four miles thereof between the town bacco company will be overlooked in MARQUISE DE MILEFLEURS-.Bit Celia Coleman, a negro maid in the to work up comparative data show other nomination for membership on

Ifv- t ,,f, Taft, in Orange county, and the these investigations. MADAME MLLE. GOMPSON DE GROUCHY__________Ingenue____Bit Carman home, testified today that ing relative rates between Florida the board which has been held up is

{. said Osceola boundary line is to be DORA WEMYSS _________ IngenueA while at dinner Tuesday night Mrs. points and competitive points in other that of Paul Warburg, of New York.

e omitted from said improvement, andr THIRTY DAYS FOR RIDING musical comedy in two acts Carman complained of a headacheand I states. There is a prevailing opinion The committee today asked Warburgto

'is to be left unpaved with brick; and, WITHOUT TICKET Book by James T. Tanner and W. said she was going upstairs. The that Florida freight and icing charges appear before it Thursday.D. .

r ,I Whereas, Your honorable body has Arthur Davis, a white man from Lionel Palings.Monckton.Music by Lyrics Ivan Caryll by Harry and witness saw her leave the room and :are excessively high. Mr. Tenny

as yet made no official declaration somewhere, was taken ,in custody by Greenbank and Adrian Ross. heard ,footsteps which she believedwere I wants to find out definitely whether W. 'CURRIE IN SEMINOLE

,and taken no steps by resolution or the police Sunday for stealing a ride Act I-On the boulevards. Scene those of Mrs. Carmen on the this is true, and he feels that the only JAIL

btherwise in confirmation of the above on the train, and not having the doc- outside the Cafe de la Regence.Act stairs. way we can answer this question def-

'Deport, to-wit, that said highway uments to prove his excuse he was Drivelli's II-Scene Circus. 1-Scene In the 2-The rings Bu-at She admitted having talked with initely is to make this comparative When D. W. Currie learned that a

;' would not be paved its entire length, given thirty days on the roads to reau of the Commissaire of Police. George Levy, Mrs. Carman's attor- study. Mr. Hoskins will move to Or- warrant had been taken out for him

.- hut that the said four miles thereof think of some way to get them. Scene 3-The Artists' Ball. ney, the morning after the murder. lando, and the new department will on the charge of murder, he immediately -

R 'would be left unpaved with brick; I Eiglish.ARGUMENTSir Costumes-Modern. French and Hints at Perjury"Do be opened August first. returned from North Carolina
{ Now, therefore, the undersigned, as BASEBALL RESULTS Titus and Lady you know what perjury The Interstate Commerce Commis- where he had gone with his familyfor

attorneys for and in behalf of the : National League Wemyss, who are staying in Paris, means?" asked the district attorney.The sion hearing which was to have been a summer outing, and gave him-

citizens, voters and tax payers of Orange Boston 3-1, Brooklyn 10. have sent word to the convent in witness answered that she did. I held in Jacksonville July 6th, on the self up to the sheriff of Seminole
s New York 4-2, Philadelphia 5-7. which their daughter, Dora, is being The district attorney asked several ![freight rates on tomatoes from Jack-
county, whose names are signed educated, that she is to meet them at I county and is now confined in the
to- the following petitions, which ac- American League the station. The Hon. Reggie Gower times if she had not previously told I., sonville, Florida, to St. Paul, Minnesota county jail at Sanford.

,1om any this paper,'and whose mate- Philadelphia 2, New York 0. calls on them and is informed that him a different story. The witness, and other points, has been postpond. The fall term of circuit court for

'r interests are seriously and disastrously Washington 1, Boston 0. the two families have arranged a did not remember. Her memory was i .
Seminole does not
marriage between himself and Dora. county convene
affected if this work of im- Federal League who is faulty regarding the things Levy had i I
,l' This doesn't Reggie, deeply until January, and it is probable that
( prqvement of said highway by brick Baltimore 5, Brooklyn 10. in love'with Favorita, a circus per- talked about but she was sure Mrs. i! COUNCIL IN SPECIAL SESSION Currie will ask for a preliminary

1 paving at the point indicated is not Buffalo 5, Pittsburg 8. former, from whom he hasn't received Carman had never spoken to her I -
;: '4one, respectfully submit this Memo- f I Chicago 1, Kansas City 4. much encouragement In confiding about the shooting, she said. I, The city council met in special session hearing or make an effort to secure
his troubles to Dick Capel, his chum, his release on bail through habeas
:'::', f .rial, and we urge most earnestly your Southern League a wealthy young amateur painter, he The witness admitted that she had yesterday afternoon, to receive corpus proceedings. Until some such
careful and favorable consideration Memphis 7, Birmingham 7. Ten in- learns that the latter, impersonatinga signed a paper for Mr. Levy without the formal Veport of the bond trus- undertaken he will

.,:/, ,thereof: nings; darkness. cannon king in the circus for the (Continued on page 5)) tees that they had sold the city pav- proceedingn are
I fun of it, has also met and fallen des- ing bonds to the People's National have to remain in jail, his 15,000 bail
Mobile 1, Atlanta 1. Thirteen in-
: perately in love with a beautiful con allowed by the coroner being of no
attention nings; darkness. vert girl At this moment Dora, hav- him agrees to take her. I bank for $100,100. The money received avail under a warrant for murder.

'f ,';.i day of October, 1913, at a regular Montgomery 9, Chattanooga 2. ing missed her parents at the station, The secretary of the club is now from the sale has been depos-
{ ,I ':jneeting of your honorable board, and Nashville 3, New Orleans 0. is overjoyed to run across her Cannon in correspondence with the managersof itde in the above bank since April
King, as she Dick to be. She THE WEATHER
: q'* lifter a full discussion of the matter, South Atlantic League announces her supposes intention of witnessingthe Schumann-Heinck, and if present 7th.

!'< you; passed a resolution, and issued a i Columbus 8, Savannah 2. performance that night, as the plars are perfected, this great artist
: ;-'.r,.:;pal for an election to be held on No- 1 Albany 2, Charleston,0. circus has just arrived in town. Reggie will be brought to O-I t.do next win. I Everything you need in the book, Florida: Partly cloudy with.. prob-and i

: ember 12, 1913, at which election I Columbia 6, Jacksonville 2. intensely amused at discovering jter I for a recital. stationary and music line at Curtis ably thunder showers, .- Tuesday1
:4 : that Dick has fallen in love with the Wednesday.. /"*
Jy'. (Continued on page 5)) Augusta 3, Macon 0. girl who is supposed to be engaged to ,& O'Neal's' * ., next postoffice. r, .", * t -
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1-' Discovering Gillilan. Question: What is the difference The Georgia Man,

Strickland GUUlan, who has accumulated between a suffragist and a suffra- 'ill'

a more or less luxurious Income gette? Sentinel "wants" fill your wants GRAND THEATRECOOLEST

b7 the nefarious practice of writing Answer: A suffragist is anyone
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twenty years ago made an investment persons
with a New York broker last spring. lieving in equal suffrage for men and
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;was closed but the broker continued to originally a term of derision but has
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since come to be applied particularlyto
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I for some months then he wrote the Other answers that have been given TODAY

broker to cheese it, going into some detail to this question are: Department Store .
k as to his aversion to the broker's 1. A suffragette has a .back bone "
circulars and becoming as humorous as and a suffragist has a wish bone. ;< Daily News. See it every day.
f possible and as sarcastic as be deemed
necessary in the missive. 2. A suffragist is a lady who has Tumblers Life Hits "
Jelly "High Slippery Slim. A from
In reply the broker wrote: taken luncheon with Mrs. 0. H. scream

rr Dear Sir-I hare taken your name off Belmont. | start to finish.
our mailing list also I have passed
your A suffragette is a woman who has
letter round among our employees and Fruit Jars
i3 we all agree that you ought to write for taken a bite out,,of a policeman. i "
time publication.? Why don't you try it some i "The Fire Juggles, a Selig drama. ,

!ti -Saturday Evening Post There will be a musical supper i
all kindsPreserving "
given by the young ladies of the i "Business and Love, a comedy. A real one.

Happy Thoughts.Think Presbyterian church, on the church j

happy weather thoughts! 0 friends in sunny lawn, Tuesday evening, July 7th, 'I "The Peace Makers Pay a Lubin comedy."Pathe's

"Tla easier when the skies are deep and from six till nine. Refreshments on a Kettles *

blue. sale. 7-4-3t i "
Let thy heart and the robins fins together Weekly No. 32.
t And thy clear eyes be tranquil as the -- ,
y dew. Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San-I

So rich a store of memories shalt thou ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
gather. 519tf. 20 S.Orange A'enoe.IIIIIIIIIIII THAT ORCHESTRA

So tranquil grow thy spirit and thy

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1 Thou weather Shalt have sunshine though the I CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc. {

f earth have
; rain.charles Poole Clews.

JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY( Friday, July 10th...."Brewster's Millions," in
He Knew the Reason.
LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Litt. D., LL D., President five
There were introductions all around. big parts.
The big-man.stared in a puzzled way THE BEST SCHOOL T >*SZ0 FOR YOUR CHILDREN
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he said. "Your 17 University Buildings College of Law I
face seems familiar. And a funny thing 28 Acre Campus College of Technology I
I about it is that I remember I formed a 469 Students Last Year College of Business
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I strong prejudice against the man who 23,500 Volumes in Library School of Mechanic Arts ....I.I..IIIII"'Ot'IIIIII.OIIII.III'..
looks like you. although I'm quite sure $10,000 Pipe Organ School of Music
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
we never met before." Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School Statement of the Condition of the
The little guest laughed softly. Separate Dormitories for foang men and young women. Careful administration "
t "I'm the man." he answered. "and I and thorough supervision Christian and not sectarian teaching.For .
know why you formed the prejudice. I catalog or views, for information,or for room reservation address Orlando Bank & Trust Co. '

L passed the contribution plate for two JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. D, FLORIDA ,

yean in the church you attended." Orlando, Fla.,
i A Cautious Barber. At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.

Tom Hutchinson of Tennessee servedas .IlimmOMIiMMIIIiMlllllilllimiliilllOliillMGRAND .
a major in the Greek artillery in the .. RESOURCES.
ti war of the Balkans.
s There lull In Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
was a the firing during
the bombardment of a Turkish fort at VIEW Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 31

Janlna. Tom had not shaved for a longtime I Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,018 33

and wore a large and luxuriant Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

growth of whiskers. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
i He decided it was time to cut them
off so he summoned a camp barber
who after borrowing some hot water $724,185 88
Newest and hotel in
from most up-to-date
the cook, seated Hutchinson on a LIABILITIES.
'- flat rock and began shaving.
Just as he had finished the port side 1 14 Canton. Situated on Academy eights. : Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

of Hntchlnson's face a large shell burst Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

" In that vicinity. The barber gave a ; ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River : Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

-k whoop of dismay and disappeared, so III Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

Tom fighting was that forced day with to do one-half the rest his of face his | .:| Valley. One of the finest views in Western I Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

bewhiskered and the other half I. cI Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,555 06
That night the barber returned.shorn. I;: :| 'North Carolina. Open July first. : 1

"What did you run away for?" asked I. $724,185 88
Hutchinson angrily.
"Ob,, mister" said the barber "when II I.' lHiH HHHHBIMHI HIi BM w HBBMB '>vai .CI. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48

- those shells began to explode right near I Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
us I was afraid you might get nervous, :

thus causing me to cut yon with myrazor. i MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
My regard for you Is too high to

admit taking chances like that so I Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

went away-but not I assure you because 6-20-d&w' CANTON N. C."STARVING Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . '582,669 49
, I was Beared ,
personally! -Sat II 1
urday Evening Post
iMIIIMtmMMMIIIiMMIIIMIIimilMMIMIIIMI INCREASE.. . . . . . . . . . $54,91148

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Afar From Home.
Mahoney of the bureau of forestry The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto

who was recently working in a pretty TO DEATH"Was persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

wild and inhospitable region, was a bit treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
} sore on the section to which he was Accounts of all who desire the services of a well.equipped and
_= assigned.and one day while out with
conducted bank are cordially invited.
Stelly a fellow worker inquired the safely
Mrs. Bell of Florida When
name of a bird that was making sucha iMMIHMMMMMMIMIHMiftHMIiilimillHMIHM
din near by. iinim ';lllllllllt ************* : :

""That," said Bteily with a grin Is She Began Taking Peruna -
the bird of paradise."

"Well" said Mahoney "all I have to I "Yes, I was starving to death." we heard from her December 1912, |I
q say is he's a diwel of a ways from said Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce she was still a friend of Peruna.
home."-National Monthly. Florida Box %04. "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof For Sale !
take Peruna. I could not eat any the stomach, see Ills of Life," sent | I
thine. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus
Balzao In Wall StreetTwo soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. 1 -
stock traders sitting in a' cus very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined -
" tomers' room in a brokerage house in acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They am ii Modern 8-room .
Wall street were discussing the various was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh. the sameas i
authors. doctors had been employed, but gave the nose and throat Catarrh of doors
I House 2
: "I think." said the first trader "that me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels Will derangethe : :
Balzac the growing worse.I functions of these organs. The
was forceful writer.
stomach can no longer digest food. : : west of Wyoming -
. He is my favorite author." Was In Despair."In Just arrived car load
The food lying in the stomach even
The second trader started in to criti my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion, i | Hotel. Bar-
else some of the Balzac works and straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro- FORDS for immediate -
c. boost those of some other writers. A some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation. < jjgain.
general argument was under whena testimonial from a woman who had
way Food Sours In the StomachA delivery.
third party entered the door a gen- been troubled much like myself. I
tleman known for shrewd investments."Ah concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal Is

here comes Jones. said I Wrote to Dr. Hartman. absorbed into the system by the blood Get nowF.
vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe : : A. L. Bentley yours
first trader. "We'll leave the questionto "At the same time I wrote to Dr. whole system, producing a coalition ,

him. Then: "Hello. Jones. Say I Hartman. He pronounced my case now known as autointoxication;' ij AVENUE G. RUSE,
" was Just boosting Balzac. and our catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning. The fermenting irritating 10 E.
friend here has taken the other side. I soon began taking Peruna. At mass as it passes down into Phone 226
once I began to improve. After takIng bowels irritates the bowels,
Now we're going to leave it to you.What's the pro-
half a bottle stomach was so
oplnlonrJones' ; my ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea
your improved that I could eat some." producing the -
sometimes very opposite
face took on a puzzled expression iliumI
I Began to Recover. constipation. ** ..rd
and. with his thumbs
placed un-
Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine TIME
der his armpits he answered: "You've im- helps to artificially digest the food. SUMMER ISf
to narrate in detail her rapid
got the wrong party boys. I never She Even when such medicine does its .
and final
; bought a share of mining stock in provement recovery. A FLY TIME
my laid "After taking two bottles of PeI work it is only temporary. permanent -
t life."-Popular Magazine. I relief can only be expected when
runa I was strong enough to stand up Are
the catarrh is overcome. those windows screen
to wash the dishes When she began .
- She Had Red Burns taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. ed yet? Patented detach-

The philanthropic lady was visitinga pounds. After she had taken fire The symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all
Glasgow slum and had Just been bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First heartburn. Sec- screens. No ladder need-

ushered into a house where the good pounds. She concludes by saying ond, food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on
that she Is well stomach. Fourth, heavy
Third sour
wife was engaged washing. Her en- when washing windows.
deavor was to elevate the minds of the It Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach
bloated, belching of gas. Sixth palpitation -
The letter from which the above
poor and she asked "Have yon read R.J.WALDRONContractor
of heart. Seventh poor
quotations were made was received
Burner January !f, 190L In a later letter. have dyspepsia. Eighth art Builder
" IA answer the good wife bared her written September 11, 1304 she says tongue coated light brown. Ninth WOOD COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
brawny arm and displayed a large red "Isbg the praise of Peruna far and I tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 West StreetHiUmUMIIIIIIMHiH Wood, $L50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000.
( mark saying: There's wan I got this fact It it used a great deal In Tenth cannot bear tight clothes 9-31-tf Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant
Yard 566.
' morn wi' the iteam o* the pot b'UID' Tlcmlty. This seems to be a our.. around waist J phone Co.. Apopka, FU. 5-2 tfSubseribe
owe' But sitar a', a bats'fy''. rear place for catarrh" Wt have received' People who object to liquid nwdieintt .
letters from bar akce. Th last time I can new .Main Peraaa Tabltta. Read the advertisements daily. Job printing at the Sentinel for the Sentinel
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1IF1'HENI George F. Allison.

But He Didn't Expect to Have So Much yor.J7>> .Jf t

CUPBOARD Fuss About It. Uneeda Biscuit London, July 6.-"Gunboat"" is

7 One of the most amusing accidents the favorite for his contest of July

Imaginable' happened to an old gentleman I Tempt the appetite 16th with George Carpenter, the EOLA PARK POST CARDSWe
please the taste and
in one of our large eastern cities.
1'I dashing debonair French boy who
Be was asked to buy a ticket to a fire nourish the body. -
man's ball and good naturedly com- Crisp,clean and fresh- started life in a coal mine and is now have recently received a shipment of

DINNER MENU.Wafers plIed. The next question was what to 5 cents in the moisture- one of the dandiest of dandy young handsome hand colored postals of the newpark
Bouillon. do with it. lie had two servants either proof package. Parisians.But .
.Pot Rout of toes.Beef.Gravy.Browned Pota- I of whom would be glad to use it but he Frenchmen will not hear ofCarpenter's with a good view of the fountain. Also

did not wish to show favoritism.
Creamed Corn. Cauliflower. defeat They realize one of the new Methodist in black and white ;
Cottage Cheese Sala&Floating Then it occurred to him that he
Island. Cherry Pie With might buy another ticket and give both that the American is a great fighterbut which can hardly be distinguished from real
Cheese. his servants a pleasure. Not knowing I they have unbounded faith in the

Tea. Coffee. Milk. where the tickets were sold he In- ringcraft and the speed of George.If photograph. Our fine reproducticn ofYowell-

.4 quired of a policeman and the officer the fight goes five rounds Car- Duckworth building has proven a "best seller. -
popular way of serving cher suggested that he go to the engine
pentier have lost his chance. He
may "
THE is, of course, in pies but I house. So the od! gentleman went to Keep your friends posted on the growthof
has done all his training in France
rolls, tarts puffs and puddings : the engine house that evening but Orlando.
3 cards
and will not come to London until the ,
are also nice. there was no one in sight. He had

Cherry Pie.-Une the pie plate with never been in sub a place before and day before the contest, which may bea

food crust, fill with cherries, sweeten stood for a moment or BO uncertain risky business if the weather in the W. S. BRANCH .
of cupful of how to make his presence known. Channel ,
with about two-thirds a is unsettled.

sugar and sprinkle over two teaspoonful Presently be saw an electric buttonon Meanwhile 'Gunboat" has rigged upa The Arcade Book and Music Store
the side of the and be his
of flour. Wet the edge of the under thumb on It. Baronet BiscuitRound canvas camp at Harrow-in-the-Hill,
. juice from running -
crust to prevent
The effect was electrical in every one of the delightful spots on the
out, cross the top with strips of thin, tender- -
sense of the word. Through the ceiling with flavorappropriate northern heights overlooking London, p- .1_ ___ ______________
and bake. delightful
pie paste
down the stairs and from other
every for where also is situated one of England's "
t A Roll For Variety. direction firemen came running and -
Baked Cherry Roll Take a sheet of luncheon, tea and most famous colleges. The boys
dinner xo cents. from the school are daily visitors to Hammond &Gore
rich pastry, roll out and cover with -r e
toned cherries; sprinkle with sugar the; camp, where Mrs. "Gunboat" ischefinchief

roll up and place in a baking dish and serving up tasty ome-

bake in a hot oven until brown. Serve ;II IIr 4 lettes for the boxer each day. They FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

hot with sauce. Make a cream sauce really must be good for Gunboat has
- --- --
using any Juice you may have from waxed so enthusiastic about them REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
the cherries and some of the fruit. l
that he burst into the following poetic
Open Cherry Tarts.-Prepare Some 1
effusion COMPARE
good short pastry and make a sirup
with half a pint of water and one-half I have no kick against your food,

t pound of sugar. Boil this for twenty I guess it's good to eat; OUR FURNITUREWe

l minutes. Place the cherries in this But wifie at an omeletteIs

and beat them through. Place these \ \ very hard to beat.
provide the quality of furniture that has long
In the pastry already lining a pie plate ZuZuPrince So to the Waldorf kitchen she
and bake for twenty minutes to half been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Descends at each
noon day, standard of merit. If article is i here it is
an hour. Pour more sirup on top when II of appetizers. an good.It .
4 And all the chefs therein
puzzles ,
done and allow all to coolA Ili Makes daily trips from wouldn'fbe here were it otherwise. We can't make

Favorite Diah. Ginger-Snap Land to Who to her daily pray: this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

"Reveal to us how you acquired the this business and that much to
means buyer.
Cherry Brown Betty.-In a buttered waiting mouths every skill any

pudding dish arrange alternate layersof where. Say Zu Zu to
The Gunboat's aching hungry void to
stoned cherries and breadcrumbs, the ,
grocer man, scents
seasoning each layer with bits of butter flIt"There McNHLL & DAVIS BLOCK,

a tablespoonful of sugar and a \1frIr1A41 doesn't seem to be much me-
( / Cor. Ave. and Church St. Orlando Fla.
pinch each of ground cinnamon and tre about it, but you hold on tight I Orange ,

C nutmeg. When the dish is filled add ( and get through it. L _ JiMtttltiHilMHitHMMHMHMmHIIHtllHltiM

a sirup made from a tablespoonful of If Smith gets through with Car- .'-'._
water and two of sugar, cover the top --
pentier he is going to follow the win-
with crumbs and, after placing the
'dish la a pan of boiling water, cook A':51): ner of the Johnson-Moran bout to the

; for about an hour in a moderate oven. ends of the earth. But that should 4 .

Serve accompanied by hard sauce. THE EFFECT WAS ElECTBICAL. not be necessary.If .
Cherry Cups.-Sift together a pint of ailing, the horses rushed out of their
We Will Put the Reinsof i
flour two teaspoonfuls of baking powder tails, and in short all the machineryof you want your bicycle fixed in

a pinch of salt third of a cupfulof the engine house was instantly In a hurry take it to Warman's Repair

sugar and then rub in two table- motion. Shop. 125tf.Ice .
Success Your
biscuit baked in
spoonfuls of shortening. Mix with Amid all this uproar stood the innocent Buy by 1

water to a drop batter. Butter deep old gentleman who did not suspect cold melons at Self Marketon

individual baking cups or dishes well that he had touched the fire alarm NATIONAL East Pine street 6-26-lw HandsHow

and drop in a teaspoonful of the batter until the men clamored around him for BISCUIT

then a tablespoonful of cherries. cformatiou as to the locality of the

then another spoonful of the batter, allowing fire.Then COMPANY Phone 444, Auto Livery. 425tfOSTEOPATHY : ? By furnishing with ;
space in the cups for the pud- he said mildly "I should like l you

ding to puff up well Put them in a please.buy another" ticket for the ball if you Alway look for that name : a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -

steamer or in a pan of hot water and
place in the oven. Cover and steam. The situation was so ludicrous that I call He will
give a
Serve with cherry sauce.LA1Y here was a general shout of laughter, on you. you
and the old gentleman bought his
ticket and the engine house resumedIts = DR. J. C .HOWELL formula that will make and mature : ;

former state of quiet. "The Curry Cigar company's fac- Hours 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo fruit.

I tory will be built on the lot donated extra charge for house treatment your

Perseverance.Show i by the Board of Trade ,the amount of Telephone connections

me a young man who has not $2,000 for the lot having been raised
and Central Ares.Griffing's .
( I succeeded at first and has then gone on I Office cor. Orange
i by subscription, says the Orlando
and I will back that man to do better

.ftENI than trial-those Charles who James succeeded Fox. at the first Citizen.building guarantee on"The calls the part agreement for of a the brick Curry and factory the Cigar Trees T nt rn Fertilizer l' L Co1ORLANDO

The East Wind.A company, and the employment of Give Results

FRESH VEGETABLES. little boy one evening at dinner people sufficient to make a total payroll Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA.1111111111111."IIIIDllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt.t
gazed at his father's face a long while "
t that fresh vegetables are of about $70,000 a year. The
and then said: TAES.
NOW into the market the Board of Trade, which is composed of .
MPapa. what makes your nose so
housewife is able to vary her dreadful red?" patriotic citizens of Orlando, has done now. Office opposite P. 0. "l i -.

till of fare indefinitely. '"The east wind, of course." the father excellent work in getting this industry GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne MHiillllMtMtHMMMMlAnillMIIII MUM*:
Boll the
Cauliflower au Gratin. answered with gruff haste. "Pass located. The location is excellentfor
cauliflower. Lay it on a well battered reason:
that of beer and don't talk so
the intended, and within !
fireproof dish. Stir one ounce of grated much." purposes The Griffings arc the best and

cheese Into white sauce. Pour this Then from the other end of the table. a short time it is expected that a fine, most experienced propagators COW PEASWe
over the cauliflower. Sprinkle another substantial building will be started.- In the state, and one or more '
the boy's mother said sweetly: of the five are always on the
ounce of grated cheese on the surfaceof "Yes. Tommy pass your father the Times-Union.! ground.

the sauce. Add a few small knobs east wind and be careful not to spill

of butter and put the whole into a any on the tablecloth.-London Tit- REMOVAL OF ROYAL MILLS W, H, BROKAWSalesman
brisk oven till the cheese Is lightly Bits. .
Wholesome Foods. Sweet Revenge.A Grapefruit and Orange TreesIIMMIMIMIIIIIIMM have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
H. Ohse and D. D. Awde announce :
Saute Potatoes.-Take one pound of young man was seized with a rag- to their patrons and the public at - HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name
new potatoes,two ounces of butter and Ing toothache. A friend took him to a large the moving of the Royar Mills ** f

aome chopped parsley. Boll the pota- dentist to have the tooth out. But the Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure ing quantity desired. Price sure right.

toes until they are nearly cooked. sufferer after a chance look into the Food Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone : Shoe Repairingby :

Drain and cut into slices or other operating room whispered doubtfully: street, next door to Mrs. Soper's millinery We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

shapes. Heat the butter and fry the "By Jove you know, I'm afraid to corner of Church and Boone :

potatoes until nicely browned. Dish let this chap tackle my teeth. He andI streets, where they will conduct an PARCEL POSTMen's I all kinds.

ia a hot tureen and sprinkle sparingly are rivals for the same girl's hand." up to date coffee and tea store. Later .
with chopped parsley. But his friend persuaded him that I they will handle a full line of spices, Ask for prices on Tomato Pepper, Egg Plant Car-
extracts, baking powders, etc. Half Soles, 7c to 8se '
Stewed Macaroni and Celery Take his fears were absurd, so when his
In making this move they will be Ladles' Half'S les, 60e to 7Sc riers, etc. Phones 181191.
one-quarter of a pound of macaroni turn came the young man untied the better able to serve their customers ,
two or three heads of celery and one- flannel band from his face and disap than heretofore. Call and try a package Children's Half Soles, sOcto 730

half pint of tomato sauce. Cut the peared.A of their excellent coffees and Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo '

celery into even lengths using only long time passed. The man wait- teas. Remember the place, 201 Boone Heels Repaired, 2yc k- F. Dutton

the tender part. Break up the maca- ing outside grew restless. At last street; phone 486; or get it from the returned in hours.
AU work 24
roni into two inch pieces. Boil these fearing that something serious might wagon at your door. Purity, fresh- Orders without remittance returned -
for half an hour and then drain. Dish have happened-that his friend'sdoubts ness, strength, full weights; and C. 0. D. We pay I SANFORD FLORIDA

and coat with tomato puree.A might have been too well money saved yop( > guaranteedormoney return postage. 5-15-tf.
back. 7-1-lw
Culinary Trtat i founded after all-be opened the door

and entered the chamber of horrors. ****<
Artichoke and Beans. Take one What a sight met his eyes: The pa- T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone A. Hanson ***** IMMIHI
pound of artichokes one-half pound of 3-5-tf
tient and unconscious In the 2, Orlando.
lay pale
butter beans one-quarter pint of milk East Pine Street
operating chair while, with a mania- igr MllillHMMMIIIIMHMMIMMMntH
one ounce of butter and chopped pars I flORIDA 1- ;
I Boil cal smile the den tist bent over hIm Buy your garden seed from DeLa- ORLANDO -
ley. Soak the beans overnight.
pulling tooth after tooth and murmur- & Abernethy. Just received a
them in plenty of water until tender, ney MMMMMIMimiMMIITakes 1
about three-quarters of an hour. Boil ing gayly as be tossed the little white big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf New White Sailors
ivories in the air:
the artichokes and mash them thoroughly -
add the milk and butter and "She loves me. she loves me not; she MAKE YOUR Off Freckles
loves me, she loves me not. ,
Dish and
then boiled beans. sprinkle "
with parsley. PAINT Removes Tan. : The latest fad

Incredulity of Logan. .
Tomato puree is also excellent used
in place of artichokes. Thomas C. Loran:; of Philadelphia is YOU will SAVECOcls.PERGAL: Beautify your complexion. Get I I

Spinach a l'ItaUenne.-rtck, wash sometimes pessimistic about things in rid of those freckles You can ,
general and always particular about inyest SOc in a jar of WIL- INTHEEASTMISSES
and cook three pounds of spinach with THIS IS HOW wand
j what he eats One day he went into arestaurant SON'S FRECKLE CREAM
very little salted water in a stewp n.
In Chicago and. after scanning r 4 gals.L.&M.Semi- they'll disappear. Severe
When done drain and press the spinachwell. /Bay
two : -
Real Paint $3.40 cases may require
waiter .
the said to the :
neat a gill of olive oil in a saute menu 'And 3 gals.LinseedOilto no more. We positively guarantee
pan and put in the spinach. Turn "I see here von have some calf'sheart" mix with it 2.10 this, and if your com \ RAlILTON & BUM

with a fork to toss the spinach thor- plexion isn't fully restored to
-Yes. sir. agreed the wa:+.er. Makes 7 gals.Paint for$10.50
oughly. Lastly add three or four its natural beauty, we agree to refund you
"Well how about thatr pursued Lo money without argument And in addition.
finely chopped anchovy fillets season It's only $1.50 per gal. WIL OS'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant for Barclay Corsets
wtth a little white pepper, dish up andserve. gan.Islttenderr, The L.& U. SEMI-MIXED toilet cre m. Doesn't cause hair to grow Agents
*7e*. sir." the waiter assured him. and does positively remove TAN and
risk. Price SOc
Try it at our
ordered "bring it to and LINSEED OIL-the best known
Then. Logan. ZINC *> sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars 100. McCalTs Pattel'Il3i
me. If the Is in this world such a paint materials lor WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. \\ilsoa
rfA J1 Use a gal out of any you buy and if not the Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C, makers.
thing as a inder heart I want if- beet paint nude,then return the punt and get For sale by -
M \ aU ba k.
Magazine your money HIIIHMilil
'';.-- ;< -J. t. HELM'S HARDWARE CO. j. N. MCELROY ,*++4 t lf'nHiMtmil

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E DAILY SIDELIGHTS I II A TRIP TO DAYTONA WITH pf i an hour that Ford was going.
e -
? South Florida I "The result was, after taking that
Sentinel Ii
F (By W. S. Branch) j SAfE DRIVER I ride up the beach, the races seemed -

MORNING AND WEEKLY During the agitation on the Monroe I I mighty tame to me. I don't know

J08UH FERRIS, Editor and Oiraer.I ,Doctrine, which some people stumbleover I I \ I I how fast those Nationals ran-the

( Entered at the poatoffiee at Orlando. FlorM. but which is to others a very j Dr. J. W. Stagg Describes His Fourth I!I 'cars that won the races-but I do
t u Second Class Man Matter. live wire that can tingle with l]know that Mr. McCullough could have
of July Outing With Mr. NOT TO
author-I KNOW USAlmost
ity, we recall that Monroe taken in every prize if he had run
LL SUBSCRIPTION RATES ciple of Jefferson and a believer in J. H. McCullough like he took
fiailr. 1 Year ..........................1300 I|' me up that beach.
Daily, < Months ....................... 2.60 independence, so much so that, like "The Psalmist says: 'I said in my
D iba Months ...................... L25 Jefferson, he took the fourth of July !' Among the hundreds of visitors to haste ,i
Dan,, 1 Month ....................... .50 and that all men are liars. A e
for his departure to another world. Daytona Daytona Beach on the -
Scotchman this
i\ reading comment, .,
Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 100 * J: fourth of July from Orlando was Dr. said, 'Aye! Ye might ha' said it at -- f -i, jt .....
Weekly, 6 Months ..................... .7. J. W. Stagg, the popular Presbyte 'UJ .. "' <\ -
It seems there is no questioningthe ye leisure. After Mr. McCulloughtold ) t-/ .r ? i '
= rian minister. Dr. Stagg is always / ".l \"" ::-' .>... .rtf11
TO ADVERTISERS: president's Presbyterianismhesurely me that he was a safe driver and "':- ''). ON ,, J. ':: HNl.
jovial and bubbling over with good '- / "1 ,
believes in the perseverance : when I came back from Daytona with
Copy for display ud all wilier hindsetafornstaf humor, and when asked how he enjoyed A YffJiii
mut be handed in at the business of the saints and will fight it out if it him in a Ford car and stopped at the
his visit to the beach the Sentinel ,
diet tf the Sentinel not later than Z p. m.UM takes all summer. Of course the Orange county court house in exactly k j 'r
day before publication. This rule applies Mexican has inter-i representative was not disappointed three hours running time from ..
to chance for contract advertising: it UUrariabk question greatly Day-
:q and wifl be strictly adhered to. rupted the original program and there ,: in his expectation of a good tona, I have concluded that both Da-

has been a terrific fight over free; story. vid and the old Scotchman are correctin
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinues | The genial doctor thoroughly
a? should notify the office in writing en tolls. How often Mr. Wilson wins enjoyed their conclusions that all men are
the date of expiration otherwise it will be the trip and didn't mind talking
continued at the regular subscription rates, out, while his party stands by him! I: liars, not excusing J. H. McCullough
: about it. Here is his account of the
nntH notice to atop is received. . running a Ford car. My eyes have
i trip to and fro:
I not recovered yet from the near encounter
The and fourthof
'f TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914.f glorious evergreen i "I went over to Daytona with Mr. 4r4
July was duly celebrated by patri-'I J. H. McCullough. He assured me with two or three bull calves argues
-- - the :
otic Orlandoites, everybody having a on journey.
that he
safe driver. He drove
was a
THE CUSTOMS HEADQUARTERS "This was the first trip I ever took f t
good time and spending his il you
money I a Ford car. We left Orlando at half
l I in my life that I didn't have to spend
his ideas
Jacksonville has the first roundof L according to own of cele past ten. We arrived at Daytona at
won cents. Mr. McCullough paid for yourself
brating. day was delightful and
;. the customs headquarters fight, have ta quarter past eight. We secured everything and was persistent in his
we nothing to complain of
L' and we are still backing that city ; quarters in an attic where the mos- determination that I should have a unknownThere
the inducements for entertainment. :
I win all the rounds. The customs quitoes had hibernated since the tourists good time." /,,
The safe and sane idea has spread so :
left /
= Daytona. Consequently Mr.
headquarters will go just where the favorably and extensively that the'', ll
two Florida senators want it to go.- ( McCullough was up at 12 o'clock at
casualties reported are fewer in sum and I four COLLECTIONS
Orlando Sentinel. j night was up at o'clock i
her than have been known FAILED TO WORK
in fifty
j the morning. We both took a dip in
The first round was the contest in This great nation of who know in the
years. ours
> the great ocean and then Mr. McCul are many us ordinary
# the house over the Sparkman bill,and I Gus Green owed Pat Jones
seems ready eager to be educated seventy-
I lough asked me if I wouldn't like to general way of business, who come
the bill was passed, Tampa winning. in all lines that lead to better living. five cents. Both are colored citizensof
: take a drive up the beach to Ormond. in and secure what they want, but some
The second round was the argument * Ocoee and Pat needed the
I I1 told him I would. He said he
before the senate committee, which The toll of the motor car in the water in Ford but never Sunday and needed it bad. He didn't times fail to take the opportunity of seeing .
put any a car once
& has not yet reported. 'Whichround state of New York for eleven monthswas a month, but that a boy at the garage have time to go through the formulafor more fully what we have.

has Jacksonville wonTampa 416 killed and 2,149 injured. had filled her that morning. The distance making collections laid down by We want those who do this to feel that

Times. There must be something wrong with to Ormond is about miles Hoyle or Blackstone-probably didn't
; seven the freedom of the store is theirs. We
: The paragraph was inspired by a the law and its enforcement in this' want to wait for the termination ofa
from and Mr.
Daytona, McCullough long suit in court only to have to want them to feel, like a great number of
t dispatch in the Jacksonville Metropolis sacrifice of human life, and it is a ; said his car had never boiled. I said
that ithe I divide up with his attorney-so he others KNOW that this store is"ORLANDO'S
sR stating senate subcommittee heavy toll to pay for the advantages I if you don't unstop the tank the

e had made a report favoringJacksonville of the automobile. When a surprisingly 'whole thing is going to bust up here :i devised a new method of making collections FAVORITE SHOPPINGPLACE"

) for the customs head 'large per cent. of accidents are and now. You've got enough steam in but it wouldn't work. Gus

quarters. avowedly the result of speeding, it this Ford car to run a Titanic. !wouldn't pay him so Pat got his

All Florida knows that Tampa is seems not improbable that better i "Mr. McCulough's car didn't have !' trusty axe and tried to carve seventy- in every sense of the word.
five cents worth of meat out of Gus
justly entitled to the customs head rules and ordinances, strictly en any speedometer but his car would
forced, would greatly lessen the fatal I anatomy, but the meat market was
quarters, without the united support sing until it reached a speed of 35
of the two senators it is very ities. We want to see prohibition rul miles an hour. Going up the beach Ididn't :on the decline, and it being againstthe
doubtful ings laid down and carried out in i law to deal in meat on Sundayany
any change will be made. hear any music, and :Mr. Mc-
-: Certainly if the senate amends the this city and county. I Cullough explained that after the i way, Pat landed in Sheriff Gordon's
x * I iron barred hotel.
Sparkman bill creating two or four music stopped it took an angel to
customs districts Tampa will lose out, It is thought that all wars of modern i record how much faster than 35 miles Judge Martin wanted particulars

J because no such bill could pass the times are brought on by the I yesterday but Pat wouldn't give any,, Are You Planning

house. Half dozen seaports are claim pressure for financial gain, and it is leader for this cross-grained nation, pleading not guilty. He returned to
doubt true that oil and other the aforesaid hotel for further con
ing injustice in the customs reorgani no underground
s and bring them to a degree of peace
zation, and the house leaders know riches have incited the sideration and will appear before the
and quiet. judge later for trial.MltltiMIMMMIMUMI. to take a vacation this year? If you are,
that if they yield in one instance they: trouble in Mexico. Mr. Wilson has

will have to yield in others, thereby been strongly opposed to engaging in then let us help you solve that ever perplexing

t practically defeating the economythat a war with Mexico solely to support tlMMIHIIIMMMMMM question of "WHAT TO WEAR"

was hoped from the reorganiza foreign investments in that country, I
t and wants to influence i in T. HOURIHAN
tion.This use our Geo. C. Dolive I IJ
helping the Mexicans to settle their
measure was a particular pet Licensed Plumber and
,,. of the majority leader, Hon. Oscar W. own differences and reorganize their Sanitary Engineer
r affairs. The leader of the hour ASSORTMENTS
Underwood, and he stated several seemsto : T LIVERY.1 f
r months that have been found in General Felipe Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
ago he didn't think he Promptly Attended to.
tP could see his way clear to allow the Angeles, an authority on military will help you amazingly. Our phenomenal -
matters, the choice of Carranza, Villa, PHONE 629
passage of any bill that would practically Phone selling this spring and summer has
annul the whole reorganize and agreeable to the United States, Io6 Court Street

l tion plan. for the presidency. He has an angelic not depleted our stocks one iota, for week
name lid the adjective "love- 248 or 333MMMilllMMMiiMMMi ORLANDO, FLORIDAIMIiiillMlllillillMMt
Not believing that the two senatorswill by week we have replenished with the
able" is used in reference to him. 4-:1.lm
allow the Sparkman bill to past s NEWEST OF THE NEW
Let us hope he may prove an able
the *
senate unamended, we still contend -

that though Tampa is justly entitled

., to the customs headquarters,, 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1.111..11..1..111 111111111111111111
Jacksonville We take a pardonable pride in +
has it and will keep it
for many years to come.o We use exclusively the famous cream from Sydonie Dairy,

o Zellwood, in manufacturing our ice cream. A trial order all Our Silks

; A Washington newspaper correspondent we ask.

suggests that Congressman Our Dress Goods

3 Sparkman will retire from congress Mc1tL ROY'S PHARMACY

t at the end of his next term to run
Our Wash Goods
for governor, and that Governor Park Give DS a Trial. Quick Deli.'cry in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.
& Trammell will be his successor in the
house of representatives. Governor IMIIIIIIiMliiMiUMIIIitlMHiiMliMlliHMMtlMtlMIIIIMIillMMI II II If Our ReadytoWearsLet

= Trammell will never be satisfied with

::; one of those little offices on the south HMIIOiilli ttOIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1111111111111111111111111 111111t& us take the burden of the "what to

1" side of the capitol while the offices
wear" worries off shouldersconsultuswe
in the
i; senate office building are so

10 1 handsomely furnished. are ever ready to give you the

: o benefit of our large and varied experience.
The Tampa Tribune boasts of print

i town in Polk county called Eucalypta. OUR AIM

.*.. According to the experts of the department Commencement Day-an important event in the

tt: of agriculture that town has lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
4 a poor show in Florida they contending
appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

1.i. that Eucalyptus not grow in occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of

this state, notwithstanding thousandsof Jewelry? '
them do.

tt That four hundred dollar bath tub OUR MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT

purchased by Villa has grown in val- direct the attention of relatives and friends to

: ue amazingly, according to the para. the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this Is a great help to our out-of-town customers

} graphers. It is now quoted at $1,000, store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new. ; make use of it whenever you can.

:f and by the time he reaches Mexico est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond Samples or information cheerfully given.

City John D. won't be able to buy or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values We prepay all charges.

j one like it. and assortment.A Write for one of our illustrated mail or-

0 visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno der catalogs. We invite comparison of

J Trust to the ingenuity of boys. obligation to bey.T.H.Evans. values.THE .

t; Some New York boys possessed a

.:f.. kodak but it wouldn't take moving

pictures, so they set fire to a box car

and photographed it as it passed. 4- '. -'

: 0

After riding in an automobile for

seven years you'd hate to joy ride in

a wheelbarrow, so don't blame Roose -

velt for declining to run for governor DICKSONIVES 00 O.

f""" of New York. 0 the Jeweler

While the Florida papers are boasting :

about the amount of income tax ,

I Florida paid, each editor should state

just how much of' O it he paid. t I ," OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENTAL STORfJ

All was quiet south of the Rio : .
j Grande yesterday-all hands probably I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

stunned by the result of that Sunday ((1

',--?: .,.+ f i',+,, t":'''.:;i"t ->'-ff-i', .4.'if.'i: f:." } ',:!', _<_f 1<; . _

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WADE 'I fFiv mi Continued from page 1) IF- CO

THE TUNER : t -. a would be and was submitted to the

ORLANDO. FLA. :I S1 Gr lin v Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p. in. I II qualified voters of Orange county, the
II I question of bonding or not bondingsaid

I 1 I Admission 5 cents I county for the issue of $600,000of V

Dr._ W. J. Maynard_ left yesterday Di dBDCDa HGDa HODaVKDaVBI& constructing county bonds hard for surface the roads purpose in Or-of
"Gel t II11 It Allen's"
for Atlanta, Ga. TODA Y'S PROGRAM ange county. e t

a Mr. Chas. H. Bock, of Tampa, spent BUYS AND SELLS 101 Bison. A stirring war drama, Said resolutions and call being in
yesterday'in town. featuring the famous trained horse the
terms of the statute as declared
Arabia, "For the Freedom of Cuba," I
Mr. John A. Truesdale, of Orange REAL ESTATE in two parts. !in section 786 of the General Statutesof . ..

Center, was a visitor to our city yes- Joker. Comedy. "Heaven Will I the State of Florida.
Protect the Girl." This is
Working a
2. We submit that the and
terday.Dr. on day
very strong feature, showing the best
to leave trained horse in the film service. at the time said resolution and call
Jos. Merritt expects 600 acres south of Winter Show Us YourVatch
today for New York city and other was passed, Adopted and ordered by III
Garden and of
west \
your honorable body there was an
Eastern points.E. DETECTIVE BURNS
Gotha, including 10 acre explanatory resolution adopted, which Fobs-PLEASE !
A. Quigg came over from Day-
appears on the 98th and 99th pagesof
tona Beach last night to spend today orange grove. The entire (Continued from page 1)) volume 7, of the Minutes and Rec- Summer is the time for you

with home folks. tract covered with reading it or without having it readto ords of the Board of County Commis- to have a fob, we have one in

Mrs. Mark White, of Ocoee, is on yellow pine timber. Two her. sioners, said resolution being duly our assortment that will

a few days,visit to her parents, Mr. Mrs. Jennie Duryea, mother of Mrs. passed and adopted by your honorable please you.
miles of lake shore.IHilMlliMIMMiMMM. 'daughterhad
Bailey, testified that her
and Mrs. J. W. White. body and approved by the signatureof D D
been complaining of feeling bad chairman the Honorable M.
Rev. J. F. McKinnon filled the pulpit your OurVatch Chainsare
she who her to
Union church and that it was urged 0. Overstreet, to the said minutes.
l at the Pine Catstle
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.Mr. go to a doctor. The Resolution the best made, we can
William D. Bailey, husband of the
Malcolm M. Stewart has returned MELONS FROM OTHER SIDE OF murdered woman, said his wife had "And Whereas, The Statutes of furnish any kind you want-

to St. Cloud after spendingthe WORLDA not complained to him of feeling ill Florida provides what shall be'stated those with 20 year guaranteeare
in said call" (meaning the call for the
week-end with friends in the city. window display that attracted no and he was not aware that she ever bond election which was ordered by very modest in price.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mathers left little attention last night was that knew Dr. Carman. Madeline Bailey, virtue of the said statutory resolu-

yesterday afternoon for Hot Springs, of the Estes Pharmacy. It consistedof seventeen years old, daughter of the tion).

Art to spend the remainder of the watermelons, muskmelons and egg Baileys, said her mother had never "And Whereas, The voters should I Allen & Co. ,
heated term. plants. mentioned Dr. Carman's name to her. II I
have a clear knowledge of the plansof
Mr. and Mrs. L B. Long left yes- Ordinarily such vegetables would Negro Saw Man Running Away the board, and such plans can not Jewelers

terday afternoon for Galbraith attract little or no attention, but Charles Anderson, a negro, testified be set forth in the legal call; and be it

Springs, Tenn., to spend the remain- these were not ordinary. They were that he was passing the Carman "Resolved, That the following state- Prompt Repairing.

der of the summer. grown by Mr. V. Baylarian from seed house about 8 o'clock Tuesday night, ments are intended to define the resolution ..
little imported from Armenia. The water- he heard a report he thought was Guaranteed.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hand and and shall be binding upon Everything
son left yesterday to visit at their melon is about the same size and caused by a firecracker. He saw a this board."

old home at Shelbyville, Ind., for the shape as the old Rugby football and man running toward the back fence. The call clearly states all that the
does not look better than a Florida The man jumped over the fence and
rest of the summer. law allows to be stated, includingrate
Favorite, if as good. The seed I Anderson saw him emerge from an
:Mr.- and Mrs. Ralph Yearby returned of interest and time of bonds.
clustered but otherwise the alley in the next street.
are more ,
last night from Daytona Then follows the declaration that
meat looks about the same. not exceeding $500,000 of the
Eeach where they have been visitingfor pro-
Dr. Carman Target for Bullets Last
'the past few days. The muskmelon apparently has ceeds of the bonds are to be used in
something on the ordinary kind seen Night the construction of brick roads to be b .dI
Palmer whot.a"e
and Mrs. W. R. ,
Mr.been spending some time at in Florida, and has a very different Freeport, N. Y., July 6.-Despite nine feet wide, to cost by estimatenot -CIO. om ,

apearance outside, resembling a small assertions of Dr. Edwin Carman that exceeding $8,000 per mile, said
have returned to their --- -------------
Plymouth, watermelon. The seed are confinedto several shots were fired at him last allowance being stated to be a liberalone.
109 Ernestine street.
home at a very small hollow in the center night by a man on a bicycle near The resolution then proceeds as tHMmilMIIIIMIIHiMMtHMMIIimililMIIIIMIRocky

Master Arthur Gore left yesterdayfor and there is fully twice as much meatas Rockville Center, District Attorney follows:

Battle Creek, Mich., to visit his you usually meet at the breakfast Smith and Sheriff Stephen Petitt to- "We stand ready to provide reliable g

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. table where muskmelon is consideredan day declared they were still firm in contractors who will construct these n

Wood, until school starts again. early morning delicacy.The the belief that it was a woman who roads within these figures.

Mr. and Mr. S. A. Robinson and egg plants are shaped very shot and killed Louise Bailey in Dr. "We. propose to construct these

t daughter, Miss Claire Robinson, left much like cucumbers, and there is I Carman's office last Tuesday night. I brick roads over the following routes:

last night for Detroit, Mich., and about as much green as brown; to the Sheriff Petitt said he expected an arrest Oakland to Orlando, via Winter Gar- Ford CantaloupesOrder

other points to remain until October. skin. would be made soon. den and Ocoee; Orlando' to Zellwood,

Mrs. Merle McElroy has returned J W. J. W. Haff, Jr., of Lynnbrook, via Apopka and Lockhart;
them before
from Birmingham, Ala., where she Mrs. G. A. Hutchnison and son, near here, who strongly resemblesDr. From the Osceola county line to today they are gone.

has been on a visit to her father. She Herbert, and niece, Miss Caroline Carman and drives an automobileof the Seminole county line, via Taft,

also attended the wedding of Miss Hawkes, have arrived from Chicagoand the same type, reported to the po- Pine Castle, Orlando, Winter Park t Peaches.
Fannie Drennen. are stopping on Robinson avenue. lice that early this morning while and Maitland; Georgia

Mr. Hutchinson owns grove propertynear driving his machine not far from Orlando via Conway at least four
M$>s Annie C. Bellows, who has
been attending teachers' college in Conway. They spent last win- where Dr. Carman was fired upon last miles; Orlando out on Fort Christmas Florida Limes.

New York city, has returned to visit ter here and now have returned to try night a man standing beside the road road- at least three miles. I

her mother, Mrs. Frederick Bellows, one of our summers, which we hope shot at him. Haff is a long time 3. We respectfully submit that :

on'North Hughey ntreet. will meet with their expectations.Mr. friend of Dr. Carman. this resolution and declaration of the .

Cestia Lawton, while at the I I Board of County Commissioners was
Mis Lizzie Mathews and Miss Lula
Chance left yesterday for Cedar Hill, Beach Sunday, had the misfortune to NO QUORUM AT BOARD TRADE and became a vital issue in said bond I i THE SANITARY GROCERY

mother. get his wrist broken while crankingthe i MEETING issue, and publicly used as an argu-
Tenn, to visit Miss Chance's
1 automobile of Mr. Ralph Yearby.Mr. ment to the votes of the citi-
Miss, Chance will also visit at Mam- A meeting of the board of trade secure CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
moth Cave before returning home in Yearby hastened him over to scheduled for last night was again zens of Orange county, including
the faIl Daytona, where his arm was properly made impossible for lack of a quorum those voters residing along the highway 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

placed. Mr. Lawton will not only Secretary Howard and one or extending from the Osceola to
Dr. and Mrs. Hal Beardall left yesterday have to quit work for a while, but two others were on hand, but sum- the Seminole county lines, in carryingsaid
afternoon Mrs. Beardall goingto will be missed by his friends on I election in favor of
many mer lethargy has apparently seized bonding Or- CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
St. Louis to visit with Dr. and Mrs.
the golf course. upon most of the membership.St. ange county for the construction of k
The matinee at the Lucerne theaterwas brick roads over the several routes t
to Chicago to attend clinics and takea
Halted yesterday afternoon. The Cecilia's Guild will give indicated by the resolution so adoptedby -
a mus-
special course in X rays, also the .. .. .....
machine stopped and all the lights ical and literary social at the Chapter the commissoiners and which has ,
and throat.
eyes, nose, went out, which was thought to be ,House Thursday evening, July 9,from become an official and public pledgeon
Mrs. L. H. Lawrence expects to the of ,' the part of honorable body.
caused by burning out some seven till ten. Ice cream and cake your
leave today for Saluda, N. C., to 4. We submit that in the full be- :
fuses. The patrons sat in the darkness :one sale. All are invited. 7-7-3tI iire300OAI
spend the remainder of the summer while the electric light office was I lief and ocnfidence in said pledgesby +
season Mrs. Lawrence has been :n 'I the Commissioners that the brick Y BETWEEN
being notified, but before they I Eat what you want
ill health for the past few months reached the theater Manager Kent Eat all you want. roads would be constructed over the lUFFALO

and it is hoped by her many friends found that his main switch down in Take a postscript and forget it. lines and routes indicated the votersof [LEVELAND

that the change will be very benefi the basement had been pulled off by For sale by all druggists.l-7-d&w-lyr Orange county, particularly the
ciaLDr. some mischievous little boy. voters of the section of the county

Chas. Campbell returned yes- First class Brazing a specialty at which will be affected if the work of

tesday from Waynesville, N. C.,wherehe Eat what you want. Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St. improvement herein mentioned is not

went to spend the summer. He Eat all you want. 125tf. done, accepted said pledges and in
said that he left Mrs. Campbell well, Take a postscript and forget it. good faith voted for the issue of the THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
For sale by all durggists. Rubber Stamps made to order at Length$40 feet;breadth 98 felt 6 fadtei;510 atatenoma and palm accoaavxiitiag 1500 puragen. .
and that he would not have retunre l-7-d&w-lyr Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. said $600,000 worth of county bondson Greater la tact-larger ia all proporUoBi nrhrr ia aQ appointmfati-'thin ear Uuner oainland
so soon, but he was needed at the M November last, 1913, and by so Metof tee-w.; Ia wrrwe J1Sd1.
Ma mficeot Suvnm"SEZANDBEE.""Cly of Era"tad"Cty of Buffalo"
drug store, especially during the absence -. Read the Morning Sentinel Price It will pay you to let us do some doing did submit and agree that their Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mulatto Dec.lit

of Mr. Lewis Baas. 10 cents a week. of your printing. We do it rightlimiHIimillliltiiHMIIMIIMIMiMMIIIIIIIM property would be subjected to the II A LetreBoflalo . 900P.M. t LeavOmcland . 9OO.P.1l..Ann. .
i burden of an additional taxation for .Oerelgod 'Z 30 Ao M. Arrive BddG > . 7JOA.1L IEutan
the liquidation and of the ( Standard Time)
Cftnne*ioo.atOrrclanJforl--BjTTolc ,I) IIIHM . MMMMMMmMHIMIMHtillMIMMMMtlMMiintimilfiniimrillllMMItlMMIMH
interest and principal of said bonds. reading bmr eea Baffala and OcTcUad are, good for traiuBortatumoa oar ateaawn.Atltyour .
ticUc.,_t b >cL vie C.&B.LiMo TnM a far baadraiM Oluatnud booklet bcc.
We further state that said bonds
1 were practically voted for by all the

qualified voters in the territory referred -
the forefront of progressive thought SON SHOT FATHER TO DEATH
5. We submit that the County I

K M Commissioners are bound to construct and action. I I Savannah, Ga., July 6.-A long distance -

I the said highway as set out and Wherefore, we, as representing the j|i iI telephone' message from Bar
I '
promised to the people of Orange I voters interested in this matter and rett, Lowndes county, to the Savannah -
'I I
county by the said resolution passed, i affecting the interest of the whole Press, states that George Ham,

adopted, approved and publicly pre- county, respectfully request your honorable ]i: a well known farmer, was killed this

"Wharf Rats a two reel Broncho. sented to the qualified voters of Or- board, I I morning at breakfast by Charlie

I I ange county. 1. To give our people an immediate -. Ham, his nineteen year old son.
I) 6. We submit that the construc- assurance that the highway from I t The husband quarreled with his

'Tongue Marks, a one reel Majestic. tion of the said highway between the Seminole to Osceola county line will wife, and, the boy says, threatened to

counties of Seminole and Osceola, be constructed of brick its entire : kill her before night. Charles secured -

i i : "Nell's Eugenic Wedding," a one reel Komic comedy will be of incalculable benefit and ad- length, as set out in your resolution. I I I a .32 caliber revolver and while

vantage both financially and morally, 2. That your honorable body will his father was at the table shot him

Ri' by affording to a large number of into in the right breast. He died withinan
take no steps nor enter any con- I
That Dollar Box of and the Pass will
; ; Candy given away citizens improved facilities for \
j j again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. portation for themselves and their of this complete work. I The boy made no effort to run away

I products over a road which in its nat- 3. That your honorable body with- ; but awaited the arrival of the sheriff

I IFirst Floor 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents ural condition is the worst route in out delay enter into a contract with a t from Valdosta.Mrs. .
Orange county. reliable contractor or contractors, to Ham and two smaller children

7. We submit that the further ad- cnstruct this route in the manner and witnessed the shooting, which took

Wednesday..."The Alarm," a two reel Keystone vantages resulting from Orange coun- with the material contemplated in place at 5 o'clock this morning.If .
ty doing her part in the great work and that the work be
comedy. All children under twelve admitted free to evening of building a trans-state highway : your ordered to be done forthwith and you want yaw bicycle fixed in

from Jacksonville to Tampa and be- : a hurry take it to Wannan's Repiii
We without further delay.
performance. want to hear
you laugh. yond, will result in the greatest ben Shop. 12-5-tf.
lALtj efit to Orange county, not only in the
cold melons at Self's Marketon y'
Etc. Ice
Attorneys for Voters,
,.. aaj .t"II.a'I"'I"'I'I"\ . inducement to immigration to our
Pine street. 6-25-lw
it t'", .. 111 ln 11'1111111'11'11"1'111"1' . 1,1, ,. . .n ...HIIW" ,. . borders, but by placing our county in July 6, 1914. East


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Open to the Public

Notice of Lest Wanted For Sale, For
Bent etc.. for this column 25c for one dare NAIR LUMBER COMPANY.
69c for three days or 11.00 for one week for
U word or lees. Money most awmpanJ
A Prescription Drug Store the advertisement fer this column, u no
a t insertion will be made on credit.

Invariably 'tis well to follow a druggist who FOR SALE ORLANDO
Nursery stock, one, two, three and
offers substitute. As rule
i never a a new druggists faun year old buds; Foster Early,
'P begin business with the idea that they will sell their Pineapple, Java, Hoaosassa, Wash
' remedies that of ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.KahK
big profits
own -regardless ;
pay Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
' merit. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE

Substitution i is the that
poorest economy ex- FOR SALE Mitchell roadster; rare

,fists, not only injures the patient but harms those bargain; recently completely overhauled FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES ftltlimi
and made good as new in ev- I
4 : who practice it. ery part; guaranteed first class con AND DO ALL KINDS OF
dition must be sold at at
THE CITY DRUG STORE sacrifice. Come, or address, White
a r Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.423tf .

gives all its time to carefully filling doctor's preI I ; -. -

scriptions. They can fill any doctor's prescription ; I ORLANDOWater

and send for and deliver goods, any time, day or ] ; FOR galow SALE-Or, corner to West rent, brown and South bun-

f night. Their store is located just around the corner ; street. Inside all newly furnished.
from hardware store. Inquire of F. W. McAuley, or Daet-
ri Guernsey's ;
wyler. 27.3t DR. L H. RAMSDEU & Light Co.

:s in good condition, for Victrola and (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likuu)
'* records. Piano may be seen at For-
' mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
)J. DEAN, Proprietor. Fla. ORLANDO, FLORIDAlimmiMIHiMMIMfH

on improved city real estate. Threeto
four years time. Address "M,"
is SPORT LETTER clubs fear that if the Naps should care Sentinel G-30-lt
I Water Ice
happen to corral two or three good'
' (By Frank G. Menke) pitchers they still might make a lot LOST-Saturday, near court house, i ForSale
a small bunch of keys. Return to
of trouble before the 1914 curtain county clerk's office. 6-29-3t

NewYork, July 6.-It wouldn't be a drops. And so they won't give Som- OR Office---No. J8 West Central Ave.
bad plan for Ban Johnson to stop ers any. help. WANTED-Couple to live on country I

: wasting his time making absurd and I The situation is about the same in Central place. avenue.WANTEDTo Call .or address, 400 West EXCHANGEFive '

caustic remarks about the Federal the National League. The Giants i

League and devote his time to the af- have about six of them. Will the Room House built
buy or rent at reasonable ,
fairs in his own league. They certainly 'Giants sell one of the excess rate a boarding house, of cement blocks I Telephone
demand somebody's attention. gardeners to the Reds? Not so you close in. Address B. G., Box 324. 24x36,

ti There are two or three teams in the could notice it. Why, if they did, it 7-3-2t Cartright shingles, two I No.6'I

American League that need strengthening would strengthen the Reds just where LOST-Auto tire about four miles lots i oox 150, some young
-and need it immediately for they are weakest and maybe the Reds south of Orlando, Saturday after- I
the good of the game. One of these I might win the pennant noon. Reward. G. A. H., care Sen peach, orange and grape- I

i teams is the Yankees. If had tinel office.WANTED. fruit trees. Driven well
they a I The Boston Braves need a pitcher 1411,1111111111111111111111,111111" . v '. tiiini ___
real ball club here would I
they outdraw
positions sell or trade as to bolsterup PARTNER, with an automobile 200 feet.
; every other city in the American the Braves? Nay, Nay. for an engineering proposi- Address -
League circuit. But they haven't a The Phillies need! an infielder. tion. Good profits. Address B. J.,

r;. good ball club; they have-and have Several care Sentinel.
of the clubs in the Nationalare POPULAR
had for number of Box 424
a yearsjust I MtCHAh1CSj
carrying two or three extra in- DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy
about the punkest ball culb that ever I fielders who would fit in the Phillies sewing of all kinds, and work ready 300

: posed as a major league outfit. inner works. But they won't sell because when Estes'promised store., at room Misses No.Keen 6, over& Kissimmee, Florida Are You a Woman ? TICLESILLUSTRA
t The result has been that the Yankees I the ,
a acquisition of the needed infielder Baldwin. 300
instead of clearing hundreds of I 6.8-lm
might make the Phillies dan
thousands of dollars each year-as I J

6-c would be the case with even a half I gerous. * FOR RENT iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiLICET E \TION5 >

way decent ball culb-have lost annually I. i
from $25,000 to $75,000. And 1 Brotherly love-where art thou? FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottage Take Carthi ui
I near W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney Popular Mechanics
teams instead of
visiting pickingup street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stevenson
some soft money here usually get or. Mrs. Dr. Anderson. Magazine
; just about enough to pay hotel bills. LOWBxeursu The lice question is quickly I WRITTEN so YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
settled if you dust >oui fcmls with GREAT Continued
Siory of
* FOR RENT-Two office spaces in The a101110 A thoWorlft
Progress which
you may begin reading
It was suggested some years ago our store at No. 9 W. Church street Conkey's Lice Powder at any time. and which will hold your
Come in and will show Pierce interest forever. You are living in the best
f, that some of the clubs in the American we you. It's safe,quick and sure.Sava year of the most wonderful age of what is
Rates Electric Co. 3-29-tf your poultry profits because,it doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
League that were well fortified n t A resident of Mars would gladly pay-
with extra players of Major League Kills the 1Doesn't fiflft FOR ONE YEAR'S
calibre turn them over-at a price, oft ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Harm ChickensPnce F4 this magizine.m order to keep informed of
course to the Yankees. It was known I 4-26-tf 25 cents,50 cents and$UO- our progress in Engineering and Mechanics.
From Orlando For the mitn tut hide m the ends by it? Two millions of
that Ban Johnson, as head of the day and prey on chickens at night' sprayrow Ai Fa 1 neighbors are and it is the favorite maga-your
) poultry house sigh c..s.,. tine in thousands of the best American .
league, could force such a move, one homes. It appeals to all classes-
MISCELLANEOUS Conke/s Lice Liquid old and
$ 40.70 New York N. Y. .
that would strengthen the Yankees deans thrm out thoroughly Quart 35 DR. F. BOARDMAN young-men and women.The
cents lug gallon to gallon JIXiU "Shop Depwtmeat (20 pages)
and in no way materially weaken the 53.tO. Buffalo, N. Y. LOST-White bull terrier pup, tan For the deadly head cents louse use DENTIST give useful easy articles ways for to home do t.b1ngI-how and shop repairs to make,etc.

other clubs. But such a move was 40.70 Philadelphia Pa. spot over left eye. Reward. Phone CONONTLCEOINTMENT Aauttmu Kecb.ca"(10 pages)telU how to
not made. 1021. 7-4-3t make Mission furniture wireless outfits,boat
49.20. Chicago III. Effective and doesn't harm chicks +c Boardmin Building engines,magtc,and all the things a boy lovea.*
J It was pointed out then that sucha and 25 cents. Money back d these $1.50 PER TEAR. SIN6U COMES, 18 CENTS
to date etc. preparation do IH* Aik row NmdMl t..hm ran OM at
Up painting papering
a move would have made the business 48.20 Detroit, Mich. _Tw G E.CcoMc,r4 Ckwls.dO6ie' Office Hours: WRIT K Fact tAMPU COPY TODAY
is the kind you want. Where to get
side of base ball stand out too much. 38.70 . Cincinnati, 0. it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. P. F. LAUBACH 8:301012:00 1:30 to 4:00 POPi *AR MECHANICS CO.
But the advent of the Feds eliminated Entrican. 1-20-tf 318 WuUngtoa CHICAGO
37.20 Louisville Telephone 540.
the coyness on the part of Organ : Ky.

ized Baseball about letting the dear 43.45 . SI. Louis, Mo. We insure your life and loan you -
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real estate at 6 cent lUt\
i' public know that the magnates don't I 64.30 Denver, Col. II,money interest on Guarantee Life & Lan Co., III 1101III HI IIIIIII11 Milt HIM i 11 i 8 MII1

care a whoop about sentimentthatthey I 95.20 San Francisco Cal. I Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. :

. care only for the dollars. There 3-25-d&wtf IT'S TIME TO T TAKE UP THE( U HOUSE[
is no longer any attempt to conceal 111.70 Portland, Ore. I

the business side of base ball, simply Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates,
Sold .Limit October at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla.
because such attempts would be futile daily- 101
4 N in the face of the facts that have 31 st.Stop Ovens.Atlantic 519tf.

come to light since the Feds became Sentinel want ads. are money get

active. Coast Line I ters. Try them.Don't ...... f FURNISHING Q QUESTION f IN REAL l

And now that everybody knows that I I :
:; the magnates are in the game for the offers best routes and wait for every one i. town to
have Entrican, the painter, before
w ,money that's in it, why don't they do schedules. you try. Am too busy to look you
something that not only will add mon- I I up. Phone 636, and I will be on the EAR T EST :
For information and
reservation 1-20-tf
ey to their bank accounts but also will i I job. II

give some towns real ball clubs. Why I call on any A. C. L.

doesn't Ban Johnson force some of : 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 i

; the strongest teams in the American delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added
J. G. Kirkland D. P. A. Phone
in Sentin
Find what want
League to hand to the Yanks you
some of their surplus over outfielders, a \ 132, Tampa, Fla. "wants." pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

? surplus infielder and a surplus pitcher ble in every sense of the word. I

.- ? The Yankee management doesn't I
want those players gratis-it is willing .

F; to pay for them and pay a good Ready for To-morrow ? :j .| CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you :
price. But other clubs hang onto Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than
their extra players, not because they other farm animals. In order to insure thorough I am using Be Dee \ \ to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining : ,
digestion of all the food eaten,and to make STOCK MEDICINE with
will have immediate need for their your
services but any because don't horses readier for next day's work add to their my find bones it a saY proposition regularly tad \ I clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this.
more they
evening feed a teaspoonful of- on feed. It also makes .
want some other club to get those them healthy tanvmf u4Injohnsto :
dam' ;: | feature you.MUMMMMIIIMMItlimmM.

The Cleveland Naps need two or Bee Dee MEDICINE R.F.D.NCUOWNebr. +MIMMtlttlimMlilMMfltlHKincaid .

i' three good pitchers. Charlie Somers,
It will lessen feed bins.B .
the owner; is willing to pay a huge 25c, SOc and II. per can.
.K price for a trio of twirlers, because win increase your profits. At your da1a'I.
4 he feels that such an acquisition

iA would quickly lift his team out of the I & Snowdeni

as rut. The Naps have lost most :
1 of there games this year on accountof Cow Peas! 'CO\\- :Peas! i

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:: rying one to two pitchers as excess We pay freight on all order for one bund or ame at abort prieei. If wantedIn ,
baggage. They are so well fortified lute qnutitiei. we win promptly mail.wapiti and ..otaUo... .

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\ SIDELIGHTS ON MEXICO. a man, woman and child would wage t ta | ican force will be equal to from ::IA .IIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.'......
war in the mountains' that would ) double to quadruple the number of RARE BARGAININ '
last for the
years. enemy on even ground.
l (By a Veteran.)
\ Now let us look over this state- The Mexicans have a limited numberof THE MARKETOf
I C.J 6. Twenty- A
Washington, D. uly -
ment and confront each assertion with arms,very little ammunition which
t five thousand Americans could capture facts. II they waste in action, and have a lim-
I Mexico's chief places in sixty days ited number of factories.The Modern Seven Room
Huerta has made use of every man Cleanliness Of
and a like number of United States QualityFRESH
he hands force I truth is that about 25,000 men
in can lay on, even by ,
soldiers could hold that country, I
and probably put an of pushed in the American way will go House.
who has army
the opinion of an American I AND SALT MEATS
through Mexico in sixty days less
the west 10,000 men in the field in any one or
|lived twenty-five tumultuous years near neighbor.He place. ,He probably has all told, and and 25,000 more will hold the country FISH AND GAME
coast of our : as it is taken. This for the army. Only four and half
but mostly conscripts, 45,000 men. one
is civil engineer by
a 1 I The Constitutionalists really are !The navy will do the rest. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
)now a farmer. He writes to a friendas I I blocks from
Eighty per cent of the natives the
j limited to the men they can arm, and are I post
follows: ignorant and have been exploited for I Everything screened'away from the flies, and kept fresh
all told they have 45,000 more or less. I I i office
"I still the ground, but ready East Side. A
am on I( They have every available arm in so many centuries that they have no and pure.
;at a moment's. notice to take to the I their section. I patriotism. Once they see what will variety of fruit. We
|"brush" if I cannot get to my farm In regard to'1,000,000 reserves,that happen, added to their desire for* are We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

tn the coast. I is a myth pure and simple. The men peace and their apathy in general, the going to sell this prop- everything in the Meat Line.
When the Mexican authorities were
j exist, but will they take up arms? natives will fall behind the army and
ending a train north, April 25th,I And if they would, where will theyI from this same element will be organized erty and have put the !
fend picking up all foreigners en route,I get them? I a well paid, well fed, and well \ The PARLOR MARKETH.
I price at
leave, having too only $2350.
1, not wishing to The statistics of the fights among clothed force that, under American
liuch to look out for, decided I would
!themselves do not speak very highly orders will keep peace throughout the Reasonable terms.
Remain, so the evening the train was :;for general' marksmanship. I knowof land. __ M. Self & Co.
expected I made myself scarce. No, one general -engagement where I Ninety days will see the end if .

I did not have that cot bed cached in several hundred men (over 600)) were i pushed as the American army usually Cooper & Atha I PINE STREETMMIMHMMMIIMH
convenient cave. I' I
some engaged for the greater part of three I does things and the wheels of peace
I slept on the rocks that night, and prosperity and a greater Mexican
days with rifles, machine guns and H4 South Orange Phone No. 80
Ave. Ground
: Floor
a. short time, anyway. Most of the and side I nation will be started along the road
cannon a gunboat on one )
I trying to find the soft-j of the future.
night spent and the greatest distance apart 1 3-4 Phone No. 311
est place, which I finally decided was miles, and from that to a few hundred ;
ny own body. The next day my companion -j yards. Less. than one hundred men "Orlando has completed six months I

and I hiked it five miles fur- (i'were killed and wounded on both sides, of commission form of government," ''' 4 1111111 111..111111.,1111..111.11.,1111111111111111111111111111111
ther into the hills, well loaded ''with i and not one Ly the effects of a cannon says the'Sentinel, "and while there is 11.

pack, guns; and canteens, no small i I shot. The federals were entrenched the usual amount of dissatisfactionthat

job.That I I on hills and were driven out. I may be expected with any form
night we slept beside a big 1 Now, knowing fairly well the con- of government, as a whole we believe
boulder at the base of a mountain.The ditions of both countries, I am goingto the people are fairly well satisfied." : W. M. SLEMONSNew

next morning we climbed'well up tell_what will happen if the Mex- The Sentinel adds that the commis-
i the mountain and built a fort. Wet ican people or their representativesforce sioners of Orlando have worked hard

had water forty minutes away, but on themselves intervention. I for the upbuilding of the city and believes -
had to go for it only every two days. Within twenty-four hours after the I! that the commissioners haveI

We were in a spot where no one- .start, every port worth while in Mex- I I their hearts in the work. The plan is Goods Arriving DailyWe
I would think of looking for us and a I ico will be ,blockaded and occupied. being tried in several other Florida

place where twenty men would have This will demoralize 30 per cent of cities and in some of them dissatis
found it a job to have taken us alive. j;i'the available forces of the country.In faction has reached the stage of demanding -
We had provision for a week and I spite of the claimsthewhole Mex- a recall of the commissioners. -

knew that if the "dance" were on we ican nation cannot under the circum- No change of the form, however

could safely return before that time. stances mobilize an army of 10,000men is suggested, or, apparently, de I

We returned the next day as I received in any one place to oppose the sired.-Times-Union. sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
"wireless" that the difficultywas
a will into the
up for mediation. from a dozen different pour points. Who is your painter and decorator? made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.Boys' .
: 1, three torpedo boat destroyers If you are satisfied keep the one you
wordto t Not on account of superior valor have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
slid into the bay and sent (we will cede that to the Mexicans) No. 636. 1-20-tf(
all Americans to get out. I decid- I I but due to superior organization, Pants and Overalls*made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

ed to get back to my old place but For the read The Sentinel.
marksmanship and iniative any Amer- news, & Co-
Best in the
my companion thought he preferred| place city to trade.

going bayward and my friends and =

family brought such pressure to bear I 1

on me that I went to my farm, whereI
considered myself safe, as I had
three other Americans as companions

E and we were off the iqain line of reg-,

ular travel and could get next to the AVENUE

Yankee bluejacket when he came, in
three hours hike. l
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May 4, I was back here at work.

Your clippings are interesting, especially -

{ Hendon.whole story the You is can article from judge the by fact how Cassimiro that true the the\ f -,.*:: -- ,\" " ""ts"I1ii:1Ii'O \ !;!:: :;; " " " " ,

fellow ernor of is Sinaloa.not, nor ever has been, Gov- I I ,

The Mexicans steeped in the / 11111111111111..
are \ Low Round Trip RatesFROM
old style diplomacy; deceit, in other \ '
wonls. You have noticed for several JACKSONVILLE
"Starve the
years, just such articles appearing StUw . $37.7 Qiui . $41.50 t oeiutti - $ 3.00 IFly"That
. . 'tunile. . 31.S4
Dtmr SS.M StPtil
front time to time. They, fearing intervention .
"ii IdlY c.a.ru.Spi.p S8.W DitahWiutptf. . I1.M [omit. 21.40
< have tried to hide their Salt lakl CQ 7I.M ..... 7US EnllPille - .. JIB should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly. No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
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weakness by conveying to the American 11 11111 II I P.rtLd100.00 M.riml . 55.45 Finch Lick 35.20 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
. . Ts eJ. 41.11
51.51 -
mind that intervention would bea i Sottk Lee Alleles 1M.M SSJIStiFrtKB PttMktyMickiMt . 53.00 Dttwk.CbrtMqu. 43.50 That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about

herculean job, and that it would 1 I VI II Cluiu Park:i.. .. S2.7S M3I BafU lliapra. >Falb- .. .47.40 47.40 Muamc Cue 4740 30.90 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on

take an army of 1,000,000 men ten Low rates to other points m Colorado California Canada Minnesota time and properly cooked.
years time and millions of dollars to 1 ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and

subject; the Mexican people, not counting i /, low rates Ticket from on other ul points duly,in until the September State. 30. Return limit Oct 31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood. Stove. Don't "swat the wood

the enormous loss of life. f VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things

; Now our pseudo Governor indicates I 'h -Ii LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.

that intervetion will' find Mexico provided '' or Going Tie vena.through Liberal St Louie stopper,returning on all through ticket Chicago. Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.

with nearly 1,000,000 defenders; 'sc TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
that the combined armies now muster .- through train daily choice of three different
t I
20,000; that these million en .J route
are drilling every day and have en 1 Thre daily trains to the sonthwett through New
Orleans. Unexcelled dining car serrice. Fait lima &
Orlando Water LightComp an
for months; that all are fully a: d, I\ Rock ballast. No dUlL No dirt. For handsome illustrated y
booklets of summer tourist resorts,rates sle p-
have plenty amunition and ret baa car reserraboos and other information address,
fairly good shots: that the two c n- h) H. C. BRETIEY, '. Gas Department'l"t
tending factions will unite; that s-
_ FhPueaptLtat. is
ident Americans will be butcher if __ IMWtstlaStnst.JXCISOIVUl .

caught in the country; that the co' t !.FU.
j would be taken but that Mexico 0


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Races Under Auspices of Orlando Au- K

tomobile Association Were

Complete Success

K Report of the Condition of The Times-Union correspondent at

Daytona gives the following accountof
V The State Bank ot OrlandoOrlando the celebration at Daytona and

Daytona Beach, the main feature of
Fla. which was the races under the

At the Close of Business June 30, 1914. auspices of the Orlando Automobile ({) Jr( SiateJlfBr1t: : .

association: ,. ; _.,
RESOURCESLoans Daytona, July 5.-A record break- .,

and Discounts. . . . . .$490,565.39 ing summer crowd celebrated the '; Just issued order
by of the
Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . 252.35 fourth of July at Daytona, Daytona Comptroller of the
Stocks, Securities, etc. . . . . . 185,931.74 Beach and Seabreeze beaches yester- U. S. Currency, shows
Furniture and Fixtures. . . . . . 13,004.30 day and far into the evening.The .

Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . 13,875.45 program was opened with ,
Cash on hand and due from Banks. .246,061.60 beach races, held under the auspicesof Deposits, June 30, 1914 $373.2B6.00+
the Orlando Automobile associa-

Total . . . . . . . . .$949,690.83 tion, of which Leon B. Fort is secre- Increase, since our last pub
tary and chief promoter. On accountof lished statement, March 4,

y LIABILITIES the condition of the beach and also :' 1914. $5'1,53"3.95

' Capital Stock. . . . . . . . . $50,000.06 the crowds which would congregate

v Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,000.00 opposite the towns, the races were
Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 4,233.23 made from the automoblie club house Increase, in past ill ( f n i ( .
9 -
. . 1,496.00DEPOSITS south. It was a pretty and unusual 12 months Mff
z Dividends unpaid . . . . t. . . .'. . . . . . . 856,961.60 sight to see 800 cars drawn up in :- ,'., 1
symmetrical line along the shore just : S S

; V Total . . . . . . $949,690.83FAMILY north of the club house and the cheer- "i. THE REASON i iFor
ful holiday crowd which waved and

Y cheered and enjoyed the passing show : ,.
f our continued is known
whether they heard the announce- growth to our
ments or not. \ '" .... .' ...: depositors. Are you one of them, yet ? r [4
The first race, one mile, a flying
r start, was won by William Warren, Jf{: J

,.of Bradentown, in a National car. :
-- I i The second race, a five-mile stand-
ti OF FOUR KILLED WITH without even a groan to arouse others ing start, was won by Steve Hutton, .' . ":, " ," 0,' ," ,. , -, ;', .'_ ,",')
in the house. Each of the '
AN AXE sleeping ' '' '
'i of Orlando, in a National car; 0. G. : : '."" " ,. .. ' '. '. -, .,,,,, .,.....',. ':
slain struck in the head. j ; "
was 'I I Herndon, of Sanford, was second in :.: :I" :' '' :
Neslesla slept in a front bedroomon j : : :
6.-A family of four :this race in an Overland car. :
Chicago, July :' 0" :, G :, "It D t "D[
the first floor of the little frame 3of 3-
was wiped out by blows from an axe I I' The third race, twenty miles, stand- , J :;:'". ,..'' . .:,' ",',: .. .. . ., ."... ..0; .," "-:,, ,.' :.
dwelling. In the attic the two women .' .. ". .
; in their home in the German settle I ing start, two ten-mile laps, was also ' : ; : '. .' ': -. : :.':. ,' ":' ,, ,- .
and the. infant had their beds. The ,
ment of Blue Island, a suburb, last won by Steven Hutton, in a National

night. The victims were Jacob Nes- axe ing was was found taken near from these the house.beds. Noth- this car. in Mr. Herndon Overland.came The in prizes second in '.';' :{ /t :.'[. !.:: ":W: :::';:::: ;:'" '.::'f;":, ..;:: ::: '" -.;' ., : ;" './: .:::"';. ,. : , lesla, a German laborer, aged fifty- an were ,
The crime was discovered by Jacob '" '" .
two; his wife, their daughter, aged. two small silver cups for the first and
Neslesla Jr. of the old
a son
twenty-five, and the latter's infant second race and a large cup for the
child. The stiffened bodies and the couple, living in another part of Blue twenty mile race. The judges were well barbecued meat and condi- "where Volusia meets Beach." From I plenty of rooters for both sides. Orlando
Island. He said that his sister's hus- j that point north and west it was stillas II won, 10 to 6, in the game, and
i blood stained axe alone remained to S. A. Johnson and Seth Woodruff, of j ments for, all. Just as the dinner was
outline the story when the crime was band's name was Hamilton. Hamil- Orlando, and Harry Thompson, of I concluded a big rain cloud, which had dry as a powder house, while the seeing that Orlando had been so gen-
} discovered by neighbors.The ton, he said, left here a year ago. Daytona. I been skulking around the horizon for street car which came up from Or- erous in contributing to the successof
q mother of the infant had According to the program those an hour or less, precipitated in a light ,:ange avenue had shed its beautiful the fourth the home people were
young from her husband There will be a musical supper who wished at the close of the races !:shower, sufficiently dampening to'':'fourth of July decorations, which rather glad than otherwise of this.
f;! for been living time away and efforts to find him given by the young ladies of the 'went to Daytona to a grand picnic drive everybody from the picnic I oozed down in gory red on the sides The day throughout, marred by one-
some in Presbyterian church, on the church dinner on the city island with free {!grounds. This was rather a partial of the car and the street. The rain unfortunate occurrence, was most
were begun. There his was nothing lawn, Tuesday evening, July 7th, barbecued meat, pickles, watermelons, and peculiar shower. It develepod was just what was needed, however, I creditable to the three towns, their
the house to show name.
from six till' nine. Refreshments on to cool the and the spirited citizens and the excel-
short I lay public
The' murderer, according to Benja with a ball game between the home into a heavy but downpour at I I
min Knirch, chief of police of Blue sale. 7-4-3t team and Orlando to be pulled off at Seabreeze and Daytona Beach, but ,dust. ;lent beach hotels, which so ably took
with delibera- -- 3:30 o'clock. Daytona did herself the north end of it stopped at the I'I By 3 o'clock the ball grounds were care of such unusual crowds.
Island, proceeded great
F. F. Dutton' Sanford
of the Cow Peas at proud in the way the committee han- river line, and the rain at Daytona sufficiently dry for the players to
: tion. Each swing axe appar- Fla. Write or phone for prices. I
ently carried death with it-death 519tf. dled the crowds and there was plenty extended to Hankins' drug store, 'I match their skill in the presence of Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf

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HEAVY RATINE SKIRTS, a !beautiful quali.ty .
DRESSES that speak of summer. Im
; and nicely made, with wide flounce HAND BAGS. This an
of beautiful LADIES was exceptional
dress made -
4 agine a cool summer a ed at . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pnc$6.00 and will give the
Voile, which comes in such delightful purchase we you
shades, striped'e with_ other tones.. It has advantage of our good luck in getting them
About 100 in all in 6 styles, all white,
the new Russian Tunic, almost to foot of A r/\ n-\
" skirt and priced at . . . . .'. . . .. . $ I.OU Tunic, well made, and the, very latest- worth up to $1.00. EXTA. SPECIAL . C.

1 styles. See this one at. . . . . . . . .$6.50
VOILE DRESSES, the best dresses for the
:, money that the year has seen; best in material
s in making, in fit and in style. Made SHIRTS FOR MEN. .DINING ROOM CHAIRS, in Early English and

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

, 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 j
A and . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $j .
WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, nicely made with
.Peplum. Priced at . . . . . . . . . . $1.50 SILK SHIRTS FOR MEN. Men will be BOXES all sizes and kinds, and at prices
quick to appreciate the style and value
that will make them sell.
here. We have the most attractive line

shown in the city and priced at $tOO, f\/\

WHITE RATINE SKIRTS, just received, a $3.50 and . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3. .
beautiful new line, the very latest styles

with Peplum . . . . . . . . . . . . $Z.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 exceptionally low prices.
of White Ratine, with two ruffles around handles, a large assortment to choose from, QQ

hips, an exceptional value, at . . . . . $3.00 $1.50 quality, special while they last. . :. C.
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