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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 8, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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

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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 8,1914. NUMBER 127.

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WILL SEE BIGGER BOARDSeven SECURE RELEASE-ON FUNSTON OF MUTINY WEATHER[ MUST SEND DELEGATESTO

MEET THAN FOURTH II
BAIL UNTIL CIRCUIT AND POSSIBLE MEDIATE


Mills Assessed for School Pur COURT CONVENES TROUBLE i iTROUBEE i No Longer Necessary for Observer

BtDGE IS NEEDS ACROSS ST. JOHNS poses and Three Mill Levy Recommended I Thompson to Furnish Rain or HIS COOD FAITH IS QUESTIONED

for OrlandoIn CURRJ[ 'IS A VOlUNTARY PRISONER NEAR I IN MEXICO CITY Sunshine Free

S NFORD HERALD URGES COMMISSIONERS NOW BELIEVED CARRANZA HAS

OF SEMINOLEAND regular session yesterday the Any bad weather Orlando may BEEN USING MEDIATION FOR
county school board redistricted the RETURNED TO SANFORD SUNDAY IF HUERTA IS CAPTURED BY .have had in the past was the free gift
VOLUSIA TO GET
cox.I I county for school purposes, makingas NIGHT, HEARING OF REBELS CONSUL SILLIMAN I,of Observer Jas. Thompson, but if OWN SELFISH PURPOSES AND

GETHER AND RELIEVE nearly as possible an equal divis- .we have more bad weather NEVER INTENDED TO SETTLE
WARRANT FOR MURDER, WILL MAKE PLEA FOR HIS I any you
GESTION AT FERRIES ion of population for the three dis- :will have a right to criticise because INTERNAL PROBLEMS
AND SURRENDERED TO LIFE-SOME HUERTA
i tricts. II:it is paid for, Uncle Samuel having
SHERIFF HANDD. ADVISERS FLEE
jSo successful and interesting were District No. 1 includes all the territory :decided to pay the observer, notwithstanding -
I Washington, July 7Specia1.-( )
automobile races ran at Daytona in both the Orlando voting pre I: business men of this city It was learned today that the White
Beach under the auspices of the Orlando and W. Currie of 7. The outcomeof offered to that free weather
cincts, numbers 1 2. this city, now con- Washington, July I see was House, through the local constitutionalist -

Automobile association on July District No. 2 includes all the territory fined in the county jail of Seminole parleys at Torreon, where envoys of continued.The junta, has intimated to Carranza -

4w, that another meet will be ar in voting precincts Nos. 5 to county, charged with murder, will Carranza and Villa discussed causes board of trade, through Mr. W during the past week, that even

ranged for Labor Day, the first Men- i 14, inclusive, and known as Lock- be given a preliminary hearing Fri- that led to the estrangement betweenthe R. O'Neal, has been urging the estab- though President Wilson desires

dry in September. I I hart, Apopka, Bay Ridge, Zellwood, day morning at Sanford, at which he constitutionalist chiefs, was lishment of a special station here for peace at any price, the "big stick"

trhe races on the fourth drew the I Clarcona, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Oak- will be represented by Attorneys Da- awaited here today. While news some time, and the request was granted may be used as a last resort to settle

greatest number of automobiles ever I',land, Orange Center and Gotha election vis & Giles and Carl Robinson. fom Torreon declared the results of about ten days ago. Mr. O'Neal the mediation question. The message,

sejm on the beach, notwithstandingthe districts. Currie is charged with murder in the meeting would be "entirely satis- took the matter up with Congressman it is said, was the most belligerentword

great crowds that have assembledin I I I District No. 3 includes all the territory connection with the killing of B. F. factory to the constitutionalist cause".. L'Engle, who urged favorable action that has been sent by the ad-

the past on that magnificent speedway within voting precincts Nos. 3, Bryan at Chuluota on June 27th. The yet reports from other sources assert- : by the weather bureau. The following ministration to Mexico.

to witness races run for world 4, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20, and coroner's jury bound him over to the ing that the conference was in dead- I letter from the chief of the bureau -
The president has come to the con-
records by the American Automobile 'known as Winter Park, Maitland, grand jury on the charge of man- lock caused some uneasiness. to Mr. L'Engle is self explana-
clusion that Carranza
I never really
association.The I I Taft, Pine Castle, Conway, Fort slaughter, fixing bail at $15,000, Plans for a meeting between repre- tory:
intended at time to settle inter-
labor day races will be strictly Christmas, Pickett and Fish election which was readily given. Relativesof sentatives of Huerta who took partin I Central Officeof nal affairs any by diplomacy, and has

amateur and any amateur driver in districts. Bryan were dissatisfied with the the Niagara mediation proceedingsand the Weather Bureau, merely used the mediation negotia

Fforida may enter. With more time I The millage for the coming year verdict of the coroner's jury and a delegates of the constitutionalists Washington, D. C., tions for his own selfish

the details of the races will be more was fixed at seven mills, the maxi- warrant charging murder was sworn will await the results of the Torreon June 27, 1914. The mediators, through purposes.Minister

carefully arranged and all cars will mum allowed by law, and the same out, learning of which Currie again parleys. Hon. Claude L'Engle,
Naon, are reported to have suggestedto
b& graded according to size. There 'as for the past year. The board recommended surrendered to the sheriff of Semi- House of Representatives.Sir .
Indications that
preparations were Wilson that he this wordto
convey
will be races for cars of all sizes anda that a special three mill nole county. further reference to your
under way for eventualities in Mexico Carranza, in order to let him know
large number of entries is expected tax be levied in Orlando sub school This preliminary hearing will de- requests for a weather bureau station
( City were contained in reported state- that it was essential for him to send
from cities and towns throughout the district to pay the interest on school termine whether or not Currie will at Orlando, Fla., I have the hon-
ments of John R. Silliman, former representatives immediately if he desired -
stfete.Mr.. bonds and to provide a sinking fund. have to remain in jail until the cir- or to say that a special station will
American vice-consul in Saltillo, now his good faith to remain unques-
L B. Fort, of this city, has cuit court convenes next January, buta on his way from Washington to Carranza's be established at that place and also tioned.

the arrangements in charge and full decision by the judge that he shouldbe at Fort Mytrs and Fort Pierce, to

information can be obtained from RELEASED[ [D AFIER34[ YEARS[ S IN bound over to the grand jury un- quoted as headquarters.having said that Silliman he would was begin July 1, 1914, and continue during SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEEAT

him relative to prizes, entry fees and der'any charge less than murder in leaders the entire year. Also arrangements -
with constitutionalist
plead LAST AGREES ON
any other race information desired. FEDERAL[ PRISON the first degree will again permit him have teen made to render reports -
for the Ifie of Huerta if the dictatorwere ONE TIlING
The big obstacle in getting to the to be released on bail. captured in Mexico City. during the entire year at Bar-

beach from Orlando is the lack of a Regarding Currie's return from tow, Eustis and Sanford, in additionto
I Some of Huerta's former adviserswere
Washington, July 7.-Special.-( )
bridge across the St. Johns river at Aged Indian Accidentally Discovered Georgia and voluntary surrender to Gainesville.
I reported to have left the capital : In an effort to expedite trust legisla-
Sanford, and the large number of Serving Time for Crime for Sheriff Hand, the Sanford Herald of Although the commercial interestsat
Mutiny Among Huerta's Forces Near tion, the senate judiciary committee
I
cars going over on the fourth, has yesterday said:
Orlando offered to render
Which He Was Not Guilty Vera Cruz reports today practically decided to supportthe
made the matter of building a bridgea W. T. Curry voluntarily came back without expense to this bureau, the
amendment covering interlocking
I Brigadier General Funston in a dispatch -
live one in Seminole county. Yesterday's to Sanford last night and again sur- observer will be paid the same com-
in the
directorates trade
the pending com-
7. After to war department today I
Sanford Herald had the following Washington, July thirty-
rendered himself to Sheriff Hand and pensation as those at the other places
mission bill the Inter-
from
four behind the bars under life confirmed reports of a mutiny amongHuerta's I reported
to in regard to this subject years
say is now in jail pending the preliminary mentioned above, giving Orlando the Commerce Commission. This
state
forces before the American i
for Blackfoot
sentence murder
Spopee, a
: hearing, this time on a charge of same service as provided at the other
the house
at Vera Cruz. General Fun- provision was passed by in
the Indian, was unconditionally outposts I
:'The rush of automobiles at par- murder. stations.
ston the Mexican commanderhad I the Clayton bill, which is now before
repoted
doned President
today by Wilson. He
two ferries across the St. Johns river, ,
Very respectfully
The now assumes a different the committee.The .
case
informed him of the uprising and judiciary
will be released from the fed-
one at Monroe and one at the Osteen at once
C. F. MARVIN, Chief of Bureau.
aspect. Last week Currie killed B. committee thus far has been
of the threat of the mutineers to at-
ferry last Friday and Saturday demonstrated eral hospital for the insane here to
F. Bryan at the Currie turpentinestill tack the American lines. If an attack utterly unable to agree even tenta-
his
: more than words the need return to daught r' at Browning,
STORM SEWERS URGED FOR
near Thuluota and claimed self the various sections of
should be made in view of the Mexi- tively, upon
of one bridge and perhaps two Mont., whom he has not seen since
bridges at these points. she was a baby.A I defense. At the inquest the jury can commander's action in notifying MAGNOLIA AVENUEIn the Clayton bill other than those
j I rendered a verdict of manslaughter dealing with interlodking dirertorates
of Blackfeet General Funston it would not be re-
"This great rush of cars may never party sightseeingin letter submitted to the city
and Currie was released on a bond of a and The
garded "an attack under orders"General holding companies. way,
take it again occur Washington, months ago, happenedupon I as I
place again or may En-
council yesterday afternoon, City
$15,000 furnished by Z. Spinks of Funston also informed the therefore, to deal with that particular
during the summer, it all depend- Spopee, grown gray with his
gineer G. R. Ramsey urged the necessity -
Oviedo. the committee believes is to
subject
that Marine Private
war department
ing on whether the beach offers attractions long imprisonment. They established
of storm sewers on Magnoliaavenue
his tribal identity by an Indian I Meantime the relatives of the de- Heinrich Thobe, who recently myste- transfer it to the trade commissionbill
to the automobilist or not. I song west of Livingston streetHe
ceased had held and discovered now on the senate floor.
within the
"Aside from the special occasionsthe and one of the interpreters recognized an autopsy riously disappeared, was
points out the large area now
the hero of old I that the shooting must have Mexican lines and unharmed but gaveno
regular travelers to the beachin I Iin Spopee an legend, I draining into this street and esti- AUSTRIA-HUNGARY PREPARING
been done from behind the skull
I as details.
who had of
the summer and the tourist travelin disappeared a score years mates the amount of water to be car-
I showed that the bullet had entered Official confirmation of the releaseof FOR WAR
into some white man's jail. Black-
the winter is certainly entitled to ago I ried off in cases of heavy rains at
feet mothers have been sjnging their from the back of the head and also St. Clair Douglas, the Englishman
something better than the ancient hour.A I
I than 800,000 gallons
ferries that now attempt to theca children to sleep with a song about I showed that Bryan had been struck a charged with assisting the federals more per Paris, France, July 7.-Special.( )

and he river.carry him ever since. !blow on the head. A brother of the and condemned'to death at Zacatecasby 36-inch line is recommended as I -Extraordinary activity is being
wagons.across deceased out, necessary to carry off this amount of shown in all military districts of Aus-
Indians immediately swore a the constitutionalists has reachedthe
"It is estimated that at least four I Officials of the advised of ,
hundred automobiles were ferried the discovery _began an investigation warrant for murder and the sheriffwas state department. The United water, and the cost of construction is tria-Hungary, according to a dispatch
instructed to it. Currie estimated at $6,000. In conclusion today to the Temps from its Belgrade
across the river Friday and Satur- I which resulted in his pardon. serve States made representations in his I

day and part of the day and night Spopee was charged with the mur- had gone to the home of his sister in behalf. Engineer Ramsey urged the necessityof correspondent.

they stood in long lines waiting for der of a white man near the Canadian Waycross, Ga., and the rumor spread Carranza's action in dismissing immediate action to relieve that Fresh energy is being displayed
that he had fled the area of water, and pointed out that along the entire northern border, the
the
country. General from
the ferryman to take them across. boundary north of the Montana line. Felipe Angeles constitutionalist I I
Be' it said for the men in charge of It is thought by the department of Hearing that the sheriff wanted army with its prospectsof failure to provide proper drainage dispatch states. Forty car loads of

the ferries they certainly worked like justice that the murder probably was him Currie came back at once and another break with Villa, was a might result in damage to property. artillery already has left Budapestfor

Trojans and the automobilists haveno I committed in Canada and that th: ., arrived here at midnight Sunday. prominent topic of discussion today the frontier.

kick coming on the service, except terriorial courts of Montana which He went to the home of Sheriff Hand among constitutionalist agents here. THE, WEATHER

that, it was too primitive for the present -I tried him at Fort Benton had no I I and surrendered himself and is now Charles A. Douglas, General Carran- -thunder showers ; RITCHIE LOST LIGHT WEIGHT
Florida: Local CHAMPIONSHIP
time. jurisdiction. Moreover, it is now be- ,. in the county jail awaiting the preliminary za's counsel, declared openly that An-

"With all the crowds only one acci- lieved that Spopee committed the trial that will decide whether geles must be removed from the sit- Wednesday and Thursday.

dent is reported, that of the Magruder -I murder in self defense. I he is to be allowed his liberty on uation before peace could be brought London, July 7.-(Special)-Because -

car of Orlando thaf was ditchedon bail or that he will be remanded to about between Carranza and Villa. BASEBALL RESULTS he delayed aggressive tactics
until the twelfth round in his to
fight
First street near the bridge in NEGROES CHARGED WITH TAN- I i jail to await the term of circuit court According to one personal message
I from Villa received here from Torreon National League retain the world's light weight cham-
attempting to some other cars. GERINE P. 0. ROBBERY GET that meets here in the fall
It was hauled pass out of the ditch and HEARING TODAY today, differences between himself Pittsburg 5, New York 2. pionship title, Willie Ritchie onight
and Carranza satisfactorily I American League lost the decision in the twentieth
proceeded the JACOB SCHIFF RESIGNS DIREC- are being ,
on way. mention made of Cleveland-New York; wet ground. round of his fight with Freddy Welsh.
"The county commissioners of Sem- The five negroes arrested last week TORSHIP adjusted. No was
I I Welsh the championship on
rain.DetroitPhiladelphia won
inole county and Volusia should get by a deputy U./S. marshal, charged General Angeles. Chicago-Boston;

together on the bridge question and with the obbery of the Tangerine I, New York, July 7.-(Special)- Juan F. Urquidi, secretary of the ; rain. points, having a clear margin of

erect a bridge at the Monroe ferryor : posto ce' a few weeks ago, will be Jacob Schiff, of the firm of Kuhn, constitutionalist agency, who recently I I Washington 7, St. Louis 2. twelve out of twenty rounds, white
Ritchie led in four sessions.At .
at the Osteen ferry or at both. i given a, preliminary hearing this j I Loeb & Co., resigned this afternoon started for Mexico on a confidential 1 Federal LeagueBaltimore.Brooklyn only
finish Ritchie
the
rain. was trying
They could make them toll bridges/; : morning before U. S. Commissioner : from the board of directors of the mission, returned today. His friends (; ;
until they were paid for and then Wilber L Tilden. Assistant U. S. :, National City bank. SchifTs actionwas urged him not to join Carranza be- <: Chicago 5, Kansas City 0. desperately fo a knockout, but

make them free. The great amountof District Attorney Fred Botts, of Jacksonville taken in compliance with the cause of his avowed support of Villa. Buffalo 3-7, Pittsburg 11. f Welsh's cleverness enabled him to

travel on these roads and the com- is expected to represent the I provision of the new federal reserve Indianapolis 7, St. Louis 4. avoid any telling punishment.

ing of the brick roads should call for government. act, which makes it mandatory that During the past term 11,000 children -r Southern League

the erection of these bridges this fall, Postoffice Inspector H. LConnor, all private bankers resign from direc- attended the schools of Hillsbor- Birmingham 8, Memphis 0. Governor Trammell delivered an'

for only by these improvements can following whose investigations the torates of national banks with which ough county. i iI Atlanta 3, Mobile 0. address at Miami's fourth of July

made, arrived in the do business. Other bank I Chattanooga 8, Montgomery 7. celebration.A .
our section hope to become a part of arrests were city they private
the national highway. last night to be present at the hear I ers who have not taken similar steps Miami will issue $250,000 municipal New Orleans 1, Nashville 0.
steamship line is to be established -
"The ancient ferries should go" I ing. This is Inspector Connor's last will do so in the near future. bonds. ; South Atlantic League
I I Charleston 6, Albany 5. between Tampa and Pensacola.
in Florida he
;, official duty having re:
Everything you need in the book, cently been promoted and transferred I I A new sea wall and pleasure park Joe Brown, a negro charged with Columbia 7, Jacksonville 1.
Savannah 0. Fort Pierce is to have a new post- i
stationary and music line at Curtis to Washington, D. C. He will go di- are among the good things being ac I killing Charlie Stanford, also colored, Columbus 1,
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& O'Neal's, next postoffice. rect'to Washington from Orlando. quired by Punta Gorda. was hanged at Miami last Friday. Augusta 2, Macon 1. office building.l.1
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t for a seat. She may be the one you gresive and delightful city. Rapidly MMMMMMM MMMMM
fROM MR. W. ...BRANCH H have often escorted home from sing- increasing in wealth and population, lilillliiiiililiii ill! !!! MMMMMMMMf \ \\ IIMIIMMMIMMMIMMMMMMIMMMiMMM 4

ing school or church. Possibly you there is no doubt that it will,rise towards 4

stir Cleveland, 0., July 3, 1914. have taken her for many a moonlight the top of the list of the big
Editor of The Sentinel: ride and talked tenderly to her cities of the country. Situated on .tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill..lll MMIHMI ;

There are some points of similarity of hearts and other matters. If you turbulent old Lake Erie, and only a

between this city and a once fam- knew it was she, how gladly you short ride from the place where the

ousstatesman by the same name who would hang on to the straps and let writer .first saw the light of day, he I

became President of the United States. her have your seat. On the other feels quite at home here already, andis GRAND THEATRE

hand she is the who to that he born
k Grover Cleveland rose from a perhaps one gave proud say was on
the "mitten" and allowed the famous Western Reserve.
very humble position in life to be a you one night ,

great man, as great as Frank Gor- your "hated rival" to escort Very truly yours,

don, Sheriff of Orange County.Mr. her home,. while you sneaked awayin W. S. Branch. I COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN ii $
Cleveland was sheriff of his the dark alone. If you thought it

z county. Then he was made mayorof was that girl grown to womanhood,
HIM IHMIIMIItmtmiCMIIUMMIItttHIM, ,. ....
would probably allow her to
Buffalo, and eventually he became, you HEALTHY HAIRNOMORE
President. It does not necessarily stand up all the way to a hundred

follow from this that, Frank Gordon and steenth street just to get even TODAY

will ever be President of the U. S. with her. Possibly you sit down bya DANDRUffUse

i, feeble old man. He is probably a .
but he has the same start that Cleveland
"
a had. total stranger, but he may be the Parisian Sage. "Pathe Daily News. See it every day. .
It's entirely needless to have un- .
But to return to the comparison.I father of another young lady you sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A
I can remember when Cleveland wasa once called on and you rememberone mile care is all that is needed to makeit "Klondike Bubble an exceptional Lubin drama

small unimportant city in the United night when the clock struck 12 thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthy ,

States.. Today it is one of the largest that he came to the parlor door and and free from dandruff. in two parts.
r, and commercial announced that it was time to lock Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair
important
more cen-
ters and is rapidly and surely getting the front door. You did not like quickly needs and stops is itching absolutely head harmless.and falling It "Whiffles Hunts the Swag." You know whata

towards the top of the list. It is not him very well after that, but years hair, and is one of the best tonics to
at all impossible to believe that in have softened your anger and you invigorate the scalp and make the Pathe comedy means.
now feel more like congratulating ': hair grow long and beautiful.Get .
the next 25 or 30 years the list of
the largest cities in the United States him on his good sense and frankness. : from McElroy's a bottle of Pharmacy Parisian Sage or at today any "A Salt Mackerel Mine," a Kalem drama.

will read follows New York, There has been considerable rain as i;
as : drug counter. It costs but 50 cents.
Chicago, Boston, Cleveland, Orlando.I wel as cool weather since I reached Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff A truly Grand bill.THAT
am not quite sure about that last here and top coats and heavy cloaks I dissappears-your head feels fine- ,

name, but I thought I would put it are still in evidence. It is warmingup i the hair. is pretty and perfectly

in to please Mayor Sperry and Com- today and the weather promises healthy.Ice

missioners Johnson and Robertson, fair clear. weather for the Fourth of I ORCHESTRA
cold melons at Self's Marketon
for I am sure that they are doing al July.
East Pine street. 6-26-lw
is they can to bring it about. Altogether Cleveland is a very pro- I
CHILDREN 5c. ADULTS lOc. f
What I have enjoyed particularly -- : :

'i since I arrived in Cleveland has been

+: the cool weather. Literally speak- JOHN ]3. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN Friday, July 10th.---"Brewster's Millions," in
ing, Cleveland may be said to have ,
HULLEY, Ph. D., lilt. D., U. D., President five
cool weather to burn. Any way it big parts.

} has been so cool to day that thereis THE BEST SCHOOL TSO .So FOR YOUR CHILDRENI
I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111III
a bright grate fire burning in the Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25. " 11"1111"11"11111'1111'1"111"1'1'1"1'111111.llltIIIIIIIOIII ItJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.rii
room where I am writing. 40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts I" " ,11111,111,111,111',1,1,11,11111111111,1,1,11,1",111,111.,
17 University Buildings College cf Law
: But your Cleveland man does not 28 Acre Campus College of Technology

spend any of his time splitting kind- 469$1,000,000 Students Endowment Last Year College Preparatory of Business Academy t :*M . . .'. IMMMIMMMMMM. ' & & & - II.,1"1,1.1. M ':::
ling, carying coal or sifting ashes. 23.500 Volumes in Library School of Mechanic Arts , . " .1...4NNi 4NfNNi... , . .
$10.000 Pipe Organ School of Music I
i
He heeds the advice of Joe Cheney,
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
Y "Cook (and heat) with gas". But Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School I Statement of the Condition of the
Separate Dormitories for men and women. Careful administrationand
young
joung
he does not use the kind of gas put thorough superuion Chtistian and not sectarian teaching.For .
1 on the market by Mr. Cheney. Mr. catalog or views, for information,or for room reservation address Orlando Bank & Trust Co., i
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DELANDIWRm
Cleveland man drills a hole down into -

the ,bowels of the earth for a few Orlando, Fla., I

thousand feet and strikes a vein of I
At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
a natural generated in the '
gas great
MimMMIMMIMICIieMMMMMMMMMMMMMGRAND ...
; laboratories of nature. Then he pipes RESOURCES.Loans .
7 his house and hitches on to his II
x gas and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,51136
well and forever ,
; ceases worrying
VIEW her-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
'; about coal bills, ash or clinkers.
pans Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . : . . . . 26,018 33
Even the big furnaces that heat the
Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
largest houses are supplied with natUral .
J Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,39318
gas and do their work in the .

most perfect manner by simply ap- .. $724,185 88

plying the lighted match to the seem- Newest and most up-to-date hotel in : LIABILITIES. .
ingly exhaustless resevoir. .

: Those who are unable to drill their ; Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. : Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

own wells are supplied by the city Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

:y from the big municipal owned wells ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River : Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

get their gas at 30 cents per thousand Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,. None

cubic feet. An ordinary cooking stove j Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- : Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . 582,669 47

t, can be supplied with fuel for the Due to Banks . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . 1,555 06
cooking, washing, ironing and baking : ; tern North Carolina. Open July first. :

of a medium sized family for one or $721,185 88

5 two dollars per month. If John D. .
i Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393
;Rockefeller had to depend oh his
Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
y Cleveland neighbors to buy his Stan-

dard oil, he would be compelled to MRS. J. R. McFADYEN !
: Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
cut down expenses and cease endow- ,.

ing colleges.I Deposits<< on June 30, 1913 . . .,. . . . $527,758 01

have only been in the city for a 6-o-d&w CANTON, N. C. : Deposits.. on June 30, 1914' . . . . . . . ;582,669} 49
few days but have already learnedto R. \

ride on the street cars and pay my .MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM"STARVING INCREASE. . . . ... . . . . $51,91118

my fare in proper form, which by the
u way, is quite a stunt. Thanks to the The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Coy endeavorsto

c late Tom Johnson, one can ride on TO DEATH"Was persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

the street cars for three cents per treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

ride. Last evening I got onto the earV' Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

in the extreme east section of the city safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

and-cents rode, a distance to the west of about limits ten for miles.three Mrs. Bell, of Florida, When ..;t ;; ; ; ;; iiiiiiii 1 1 1 1 1 '::: :::::::::: :::::::::::: :::: ttmmitIMHIIIilM : :

Y I felt like a piker for riding so far for She Began Taking Peruna.

so small an amount, but the conductor " "* '
:x satisfied "Yes, I was starving to death." we heard from her. December 1912, i
was so there for
was
nothing
V said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce. she was still a friend of Peruna.
g me to worry about. The street cars Florida Box 204. "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrh ! ForSaleModern
have some peculiar rules that one'has take Peruna. I could not eat any- of the stomach, see "Ills of Life sent
to learn before he can turn the thing. II I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus,
soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio. t s
in correct form. If you ask very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
for a transfer to another line the conductor acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are 8-room : .
demands one cent in cash, but was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same t it
ti doctors had been employed, but gave as the nose and throat. Catarrh of doors i
A 2 : I
when give transfer to House
you up your me no relief. I was continuallygrowing the stomach and bowels will derangethe
s the next conductor he gives you back worse.I functions of these organs. The
the cent. If you ride down town Was In Despair. stomach can no longer digest food. west of Wyom- t Just arrived car load
in the stomach, !
F The food lying even
from the east or west side you deposit In despair I caught at Hotel. Bar- :
my every for a short time without digestion ing "
I immediate -
your ticket as soon as you en- straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro FORDS for
ter the car. I t will thus be seen some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation. gain.
testimonial from who had
a woman
I that by jumping out of the car win- Food Sours In the StomachA delivery.
been troubled much like myself. I
dow just before one reaches his des- concluded to try Peruna.I portion of the undigested meal Is

\ tination he can save even the three I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed into the system by the blood Get yours now
vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe : A. L. Bentley,
cents. the same time I wrote to Dr. I i
condition -
whole system, producing a
. All the newer cars are of the im- .Hartman. He pronounced my case now known as autointoxication: I E. AMELIA AVENUE4IIIIIIIIMMM F.. G. RUSH, '
i 10 !
proved type with the entrance doors catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning. The fermenting, irritating i
F I soon began taking Peruna At mass as it passes down Into Phone 226
.
on the side and in the center of the I began to improve. After tak-
once the bowels irritates the bowels, producing -
car. The steps are so low that the ing half a bottle my stomach was so sometimes a chronic diarrhea, I
tightest skirted lady can easily get Improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the very opposite HIIHISUMMER

; I aboard without danger to life or I Began to Recover. constipation. I
skirts. Then this good housewife goes on! The average dyspepsia medicine TIME IS f
the food.
helps to artificially digest
to narrate in detail her rapid Im-
i Mr. Editor, have you ever lived provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does Its .
; ; to be a hundred years of ageor less, Bald. "After taking two bottles of Pe I work it is only temporary. A perma- FLY TIME

' I and returned to the scenes of your runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when Are those windows screen
is
to wash the dishes. When she began -I the catarrh overcome. j
:. childhood after an absence of 15 or 20 ed ? Patented detach-
taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. yet
years? It is a peculiar experience.Your pounds. After she had taken five I I The symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all
former friends and school mates bottles of Peruna she weighed 122: stomach are: First heartburn. Sec screens. No ladder need-
have grown old and grey and some- pounds. She concludes by saying; and, food rises In throat after meals. ed to take off or put on
what wrinkled since last you saw that she la welLIt I Third sour stomach. Fourth heavy ; when washing windows. !
Was Twelve Year after eating. Fifth stomach t
V Ago. I feeling
I them and changed in _
are so appearance bloated belching of gas. Sixth pal :
The letter from which the above i R.J.WALDRONContractor
'
: that they are to you un- made received pitation of heart. Seventh, poor digestion
quotation were was i
I recognizable. You enter a street have dyspepsia. Eighth. and Builder
January 29, 180L In a later letter I
} car and sit down by an old man. He written September 11, not, she says! tongue coated light brown. Ninth 410 West StreetNIHHI1MHMMMMII I WOOD. COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
stomach.
of potato slips
1 the of Peruna far and tenderness over pit strand Hand's at a5 per 1000.
be he stag praise I Wood, $1.50 a up.
a stranger, or maybe .
t may your Tenth cannot bear tight clothe Quick deHnry. Cash.
near. It It used & great deal In our 9-31-tf Apopka Plant
own cousin or uncle. You have no vicinity. This seems to be a bad I around waist f.if Coal Yard, phone 566- Co., Apopka, Fla. g-24..tlSubscn'be
way of knowing except to enquire. A place for catarrh. We have received People who object to liquid medicinM -
j \ lady enters the crowded car and looks ktttn from her aJnce. The Jut time I CM 'now obtain Pawns Tablet. Read the advertisements daily. Job printing at the Sentinel for the Sentinel.lEITffi .. 2-



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THE \.W.W.-A GROWING POWER I leaders is to jump into a strike already REMOVAL OF ROYAL MILLS

started by the other organizations COFFEE ROASTING PLANT

'RRENI The present labor disorders in show the strikers how much & yur.Pln Jf t

Butte, Montana, bring into sharp contrast more they can obtain by the I. W. W. H. Ohse and D.D Awde announce

two very different systems, the plan and convert the strikers. The to their patrons and the public at
large the
moving of the Royal Mills
SPRING I. W. W. (Industrial Workers of the I. W. W. did this at McKeesportPa. Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure EOLA PARK POST CARDSWe

it GREENS. World and the old line trades unions. Lawrence, Mass, Little Falls, N. Y., Food Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone
are many wild plants that street, next door to Mrs. Soper's millinery
TlteltE By desperate struggles the American and Patterson, N. J. -
be used for food in the corner of Church and Boone have recently received a shipment of
Federation of Labor This is
had not
when
brought surprising one remembers streets
spring. where will
Tradition ascribes me they conduct an handsome hand colored
dlclnal qualities to some of them. the mine owners of Butte to such a that the I. W. W. originatedin up to date coffee and tea store. Later postals of the new

Lamps quarters dock, wild mustard. degree of docility that they signed arj the bul pens of Colorado. The dis- they will handle a full line of spices, park, with a good view of the fountain. Also

plantain, wild cress, sorrel dandelion agreement allowing the union to have tressing scenes of the 1903 struggle extracts, baking powders, etc. one of the
In
making this move they will be new Methodist in black and white
etc, are among these food plants. representatives at the mouths of the between the Western Federation o f better able to serve their customers ,

Lamb's Quarters.-Select the tender mine pits and bar all men not of good Miners and the Mine owners Association ;han heretofore. Call and try a pack- which can hardly be distinguished fromareal

leaves of lamb's quarters, mustard. standing, as shown by a "union card" led directly to the Chicago age of their excellent coffees and photograph. Our fine reproduction ofYowell-
horseradish and plantain. Put In a pot teas. Remember the place, 201 Boone
from the convention of the
warkings. This about succeeding winter.
and cover with water, adding a slice was street; phone 486; or get it from the Duckworth building has proven a "best seller. -
of, bacon. Cook for three or four the acme of "collective bargaining"and Far astray as some of the leaders wagon at your door. Purity, fresh- "

hours, then drain off the water. Serve the zenith of unionism. may now lule led, the original campaign ness, strength, full weights, and Keep your friends posted on the growthof

with hot vinegar well seasoned. But the I. W. W. has discarded collective of the I. W. W. were pacific, money back.saved you guaranteedormoney 7.1-lw Orlando. 5c for 3 cards ,

A Novel Soup. bargaining and sneered at the or rather passive. Strike, then go

Sorrel Soup.-Put into a saucepan a right to let only union men into the back, strike and go back again, wasthe T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone W. S. BRANCH

pint of sorrel leaves, three sprigs of mines. plan. "We will strike with our 2, Orlando. 3-5-tt ,

parsley, three or four lettuce leaves "The mines are the workers," say hands in our pockets", said Haywoodonce The Arcade Book and Music Store

and an onion all cut One. Add a cup- the I. W. W. "They not only belongto The power of the proletariatis Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
ful of water and simmer ten minutes. & Just
ney Abernethy. received a
the miners but the miners actually so great it was argued there was
Mix in two tablespoonfuls of flour stir- big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
red have them in their hands. All they no. necessity of'actual violence.
smooth with a little cold water, .
t and when blended pour in, gradually need is to keep the so-called owners But leaders connot control jsuch I r

stirring all the time, two quarts of or capitalist class, out altogether.So masses of ignorance as those withwhich LOW ,

boiling water. Have ready three eggs. when a section of the miners the I. W. W. agitators deal.

hard boiled. Separate whites fromyolka. revolted against the Southern Fed They aim to enlighten the dull brain Hammond Gore

cutting the whites in small eration of Miners and the card system of the lowest classes, to teach them

pieces and rubbing the yolks to a these malcontents announced their wrongs and their power, and EI nWn R Bates t
n
cream with a little milk. Add to the FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EUBAIUERS.
contents of the saucepan a cupful'of their intention of affiliating. with the when they succeed in this there is no
I. W. W. difficulty in how
milk and a cupful of mashed potatoes understanding waves
stirred together. Season with of indignation and of desire for REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
salt pepper But right here was to be noted a revenge -

and nutmeg. Put the prepared curiosity or perhaps a step forwardby are the first impulses in the From Orlando

egg whites and creamed yolks into a the I. W. W. The LW.Whas :hearts] of the awak ned '"masses." COMPARE

hot soup tureen add a cupful of croutons divided all mankind into the ignorant $ 40.70 .New York, N. Y.
'
,
stir ?and, pour serve.over them the hot son lti non-unionized, the unionist, skilled IN A BAD WAY 53.10. Buffalo, N. Y. OUR FURNITURE

4 labor and the Veach Street Woman Sadly Af
; ignorant, non-union-
40.70
A Delicious Salad. flirted Philadelphia. Pa.
ized often alien We provide the quality furniture that has
non-skilled labor. To long
Macedoine of Vegetables.-Take any Kidney ills come mysteriously andif
cold vegetables sprigs of cauliflower the third class, or the "rasses", has neglected, often result fatally. This 49.20. Chicago, Ill been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

strips of carrot and turnip, peas and been the I. W. W. appeal. Their leaders Orlando woman found a cure just i in 48.20 Detroit, Mich. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
time read what she This i is It wouldn't be here it otherwise We
beans and mustard and cress. Divide have declared the I. W. W. mission says. were can't make
-
the cauliflower into sprigs, cut the car is to show this vast bulk of workers local the proof you can easily investi 3S.70 . Cincinnati, 0. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
gate facts.
rot into strips and the turnips into their strength.But Mrs. J. B. Doerr 103 Veach St., 37.20 Louisville, Ky. this business, and that means much to any- buyer.

dice. Mix the vegetables together and in Butte, Americans have just Orlando, says: "I was in about as 43.45 St. Louis, Ho.
mask little salad Garnish
with a dressing. bad
shape as anyone could be withkidney
very highly with, a little mustard seen a large number of skilled workers -, and bladder trouble. My back 64.30 Denver, Col. McNOLL & DAVIS BLOCK
,
and cress. declare for the IfW. W. ached and the pain finally becamedeeply

Sorrel and Dandellon.-Wash and The I. W. W. seems to be succeeding seated in my left kidney. I 95.20 San Francisco, Cal I Cor. Orange Ave and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.

shred dandelion and sorrel leaves, but in its plan' 'to begin at the bottom kep.t I had getting worse and worse until 111.70 . Portland, Ore. J
to take
to bed.Iy nerveswere
keep separate, as the dandelions require
of -.
the industrial order and work
longer cooking.! After they have all unstrung and I might say I Sold daily--Limit October; _ i--- .
upward. was a wreck from the trouble. I had
stood in cold water for an hour put known of Doan's Pills all ... Ovens.k
Perhaps the side of the I. W. W. Kidney my 31st Stop .
the dandelions in a saucepan of boiling life and I finally sent to N. J. Mercks
salted water. Stew until nearly tender doctrines which appealed to the minerswas Drug Store for a supply. It was Atlantic .11111111111111111111111111111111..11.1111111111111
Coast Line
add the sorrel and simmer until the their vastly greater demands a but a short time before I got f

liquid disappears and the leaves are compared with those of the bargain- and continued use cured me. Since

all tender. Chop or beat with a wooden ins trades unions. then Kidney I Pills have to recommended many"Price Doan's offers best routes and We Will Put the Reins i .

spoon and season with salt pepper, A few leaders have made mistakes, schedules.
50c at all dealers. Don'tsimply
I butter and nutmeg If desired.. Servewith and caused the I. W. W. to appear ask for a kidney remedy-getDoan's
a garnish of hard boiled eggs. the ridiculous, as in incidents of the last Kidney Pills-the same that For information and reser of Success in Your
whites cut in rings and the yolks rub M Doerr had.
rs. Foster-Milburn Co. vation call
few on A. C. L.
months in
New York but any
bed through a ricer.kaJ.t. City, Props, Bufalo, N. Y.
the general movement has been broadening Ticket Agent, or HandsHow

a constant steady increase of
STOPS NEURALGIA-KILLS PAIN J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone
strength.At Sloan's Liniment gives instant relief ? By furnishing with
the present there is not a centreof from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It 132, Tampa, Fla.OSTEOPATHY. you ; :

where population in the United States goes Soothes straight the Nerves to the and painful Stops part-the a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative : :
large numbers of cheaply paid
i Pain. It is also good for Rheumatism
IfEN men and women are employed whichis Sore Throat, Chest Pains and call on you. He will give you a : ;

not watching with concern the I. Sprains. You don't need to rub-
it Mr. J. R. formula that will make and mature : ;
;.GUPBOARDCHERRY W. W. rumblings of the proletariat, penetrates. Swniger, DR. J. C .HOWELL
Louisville, Ky., writes: "I suffered
or has already felt the effects of thorganization's e I
with quite a severe Neuralgic Headache Hours[ 10-12,3-5, and by appointment your fruit.
methods.It for four months without
any re
PUDDINGS. No extra charge for house treatment
is the very formlessness of the I lief. I used Sloan's Liniment for twoor
three nights and I haven't suffered Telephone connections
I. W. W. which makes it so much to
DINNER MENU. with my; head since." Get a bottle Office cor. Orange and Central Ave
be dreaded. It is an intangible thing. today. Keep in the house all thetime

Roast Clear Soup. There is no President-the I. W. W.'ears for pains and all hurts. 25c.,
Lamb Mint Sauce.

Creamed Lettuce Baked Salad.Peas.Apples.Mashed Cheese Cherry Potatoes.Wafers.Pie. organization a Gompers-no that deserves treasury the and name no 50c.Sores., and $1.00 Arnica, at your Salve DruggistBucklen's for all Griffing's Trees T m Hn r rtili u L 1


Coffee. Tea. Milk. It is merely a theory which some have Give ResultsOrder
ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
identified with the syndicalists of your ROSES and ARBORVI- ; ;
AX ORDINANCE REGULATING PRIVIES
make Europe, but which is broader and deeper. TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTAIS
fine
puddings and *
CHERRIES Be it Ordained by the City Council of the 1111111111111'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIII'ltll.t
be varied as to the City of Orlando: now. Office opposite P. O.GRIFFING'S .
crust, the method of cooking them The I. W. W. celebrated its tenth] Section 1. That wherever practicable
TREES GIVE RESULTS
privies shall abut on an alley to afford
and the sauce with which they are birthday not long ago. In the winter access for the City 'Sanitary Department.easy MtlMIHtttttttttttHttttltHtttlttHH'llimfr
served. of 1903-04 less than two score men Section %. No privy shall be located within One reason:
two hundred (ZOO) feet of a sewer line nor The Griffings arc the best and
Jaked and Steamed Pudding. who had fought in the ranks of the at any point where it is possible to connect
most experienced propagatersin
with a sewer within two hundred (200)( H Hs
Pudding.Putstoned the trade unionists and were dissatisfiedwith the state, and one or more COW PEAS

cherries In the bottom of a the results, gathered together in feet.Section 3. The following rules shall be of the five are always on the
graifte dish and cover them with a observed in the construction and in the main ground.
Chicago and here the Rev. ThomasJ. tenance of privies.a .
made In the
paste
proportion of one ( ) The roof of privy must be
every watertight W H. BROKAW
cupful of flour one-half cupful of milk, Hagerty, a Roman Catholic priest, and if it slopes to the rear, shall

one teaspoonful of baking powder and wrote the famous preamble, a remarkable project rear not walL less than six (6) inches beyondthe .. Salesman

one-$alf teaspoonful of salt. Put the document which may proveto (b) There must be an opening or openings Grapefruit and Orange
dish Jin the oven and bake. No sauce have a place in history equal to ventilation., amounting to two (%) square feet for We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB

will I be needed, as the cherries will the Magna Charta the Bill of ire All window or apertures for .c.
Rights, ventilation
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for
serve that purpose. must be screened with flyproofmesh 1111111111111111111111111'Shoe quotations, nam
and the American Declaration of In
Sfo or metald
amed
Cherry Pudding.-Beat one dependence. A remarkable thing that ( ) The door must be tight fitting, and ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
fiery
egg light add one and a half selt-closing. Repairingby
cupfuls of milk and a pinch of salt a Catholic' priest, of a religious sect (e) Each opening in the seat must have
a hinged self-closing cover. We carry constantly a full line of crate material of
Sift together three cupfuls of flour and which has now condemmed the I. W. (fl, The compartment under the seat in PARCEL POST :
three teaspoonfuls of baking powder W., should have penned the terrible which the night soil bucket rests, must be all kinds.
tightly made without crevices and at its
and the and "
fidd egg milky making a preamble, declaring war on the social back or side there must be an opening
smotitn batter. Add last half pint ofpltteji structure reared by the centuries. (through which to insert or remove the bucket Men'* Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Carriers
cherries. Steam for an hour In ), which must have a tightly fitting letdown
a well buttered pudding dish. Serve Among the other leaders in the Chicago a cover button, hinged or hook.at the top and providedwith Ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 75c etc. Phones 181191.IF. .

hot vlth sugar and cream. convention were William D.Hay- Section 4. Where there are existing privies Children's Half Soles, sOcto 73C :
not in accordance with the rules laid I l.oo
Hand Turned Soles, *
wood who
With a Delicious Droning. shortly afterward stood down in Section 3, they need not be reconstructed -
Sw *t Cherry Pudding.-Take one trial and was acquitted of the murderof unless in the opinion of the City Heels Repaired 29C IF. Dutton
.
Physician or of the City Board of Healthif
cap 1 of sugar one cupful of sweet Gov. Steunenberg of Idaho, Chas. ( one be created) any particular privyis All work returned in 24 hoars. t
milk butter the size of an egg, two 0. Sherman, William E. Trautman a menace to health; but existing privies Orders without remittance re
teasdoonfuls of baking powder, flour shall be made to conform with the following turned C. 0. D. We pay SANFORD, FLORIDA
editor 'of the Brauer Seitung, Frank minimum rales.
enough to make a stiff batter. Serve 1. There must be no crevices through return postage. : 5-15-tf.
Bahn who had been
of
an organizer which flies may enter.
With the following dressing: Two
The door must be tight lining and self
gal the Socialist Labor ErnestMills
fall of cherries, one cupful of sa Party; .in<<.
a snftll piece of butter, two cupfuls of at one time secretary of the 3. There must be one or more openings for A. Hanson ..1111111111111111111.111111111111.111111111111111...
ventilation which shall be screened with fly-
boilllg water. Pour over the batter Western Federation of Miners; and proof mesh of metaL 19 East Pine Street

and lake forty-five minutes in a moderate another Haggerty, spelling his name 4.hinged Each self-closing opening in cover.the seat must havea ; ORLANDO . FLORIDA : 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItkNew

differently from the priest. 5. There must be a tightly fitting letdown
oven.A .... .1..11..1.1... ..
hinged the
J Simple Paltry rover over compartment.
It was in the west that the I. W.W. Section 5. No doors nor covers shall be _
Plun Cherry Puddlng.- at three operated mostly the first half dozen : permitted to stand open, and all other openings White Sailors
eggs Rightly, then stir In a pint of milk or apertures must be kept screened
and | years of its existence. There were tightly as aforesaid. Takes Off Freckles
little less than a quart of flour
Section 6. All privies must be kept cleanat
serious
disorders
enou/b to make a smooth batter. Adda at many points. all times. ,

liri'e salt and two teaspoonfuls of The agitation has kept up in the Section 7. No' wash water kitchen gar Removes Tsui. The latest fad
bage or slops, or other liquid waste shall be
bakirlg! powder, which should be addedto west but now it is spread or rather emptied into the bucket

tts dry flour and sifted together to scattered all over the, country. Someof Section 8. No night soil from any person Beautify your complexion. Get
rid of those freckles. You
suffering from typhoid fever or other serious can I
ffilx-J Add a tablespoonful of softened the more famous struggles were: bowel trouble shall be deposited in any invest SOc in a jar of WIG : -
butter. Beat thoroughly, and last of privy bucket without being previously disinfected SON'S FRECKLE CREAM A IN THE EAST
the war for free in '
speech Spokane, ,
all mix In as directed by the City Physician or
a pint of cherries, stoned
and they'll disappear. Severe _
by the City Board of Health.
which resulted in the adherents of
and Drained free from Juice and dredged Section 9r A box of dry sand, lime ashesor cases may require two jars-
wtth a little flour to keep them from the I. W. W. being denied the rightof muck shall be kept in each privy and DO more. We positively guarantee

elnkijig In the batter. Turn into a buttered citizenship in three states; the San the every said time'material the privy must is used be ,poured a scoop over full the of this and if your complexion MISSES HAULM & DUNN

pudding: mold or pall and put intoa Jieo: and Los Angeles riots, one i incident night soil in the bucket isn't fully restored to
i kettle of boiling Section 10. Any person violating any of its natural! beauty, we agree to refund your
and boll-
water keep of which was the forcing of a the provisions of this ordinance shall be punished money without argument. And'in addition,
1
Ing Mflttnuously for three hours. Serre'wftbTi11gar by imprisonment for not more than ten WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant -
and cream or hard sauce.; hundred I. W. W/s to kiss the American ((10) days or by fine not exceeding Two toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grand Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCalTs
flag preliminary to being "runout" hundred ({200) dollars. does positively! remove TAN and
Section 1L All ordinances or parts ol FRECKLES. Try it at car risk. Price 500-
of San Diego; and the spectacular ordinances in conflict with the provisionsof sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
f k I this ordinance are hereby repealed. WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. WJsoaFreckle : Patterns
JJ strikes in Massachusetts and New
Adopted June 23, 1914. Cream Co., Charleston, S. C, makers.
:' Jersey mill towns.A E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. For sale byj.

4 successful tactic of the'I. W. W. Attest: CARL JANSEN. City Clerk.6-25-lm N. MCELROY A 11111 t " r ..C Ie, I 11111111111111 1.111111111 ."




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MORNING AND WEEKLY city threatened with an attack of Jos. Duncan, who resides near .
t J08UH FERRIS Editor and Owner.Y Carnegie libraryitis. The propositionwill I
Seminole county is having troublesof Lake Pickett, about four miles east of
be the same as to other towns Orlando had
Entered at the poetoffic at Orlando, Florida its own in the building of brick an experience with a
the
a* Second Class Mall Matter. throughout country that have wild cat a few nights ago that he
agreed to tax themselves forever to roads The following is from the didn't enjoy and wouldn't repeat fora A MESSAGE
SUBSCRIPTION RATES get a few plunks that Carnegie Sanford Herald of yesterday: considerable of
3 i Duly 1 Year .........................J5.00 sum money.
Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 sweated out of the employes of his At the meeting of the board of Mr. Duncan raises a large numberof
Dailr. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 steel plants.Of in
DaBj. 1 Month ....................... .50Weekly. j county commissioners yesterday i it pigeons which he takes great
all' the bunco games ever devised was decided that the work of laying pride. A few nights ago he heard a

1 Tear ....................... LOS to this innocent bystander CarIegie's the brick roads would be held fora commotion in the pigeon house and
t' Weekly, 6 Martha ..................... 11 up
r } appears about the slickest. He period pending the litigations on upon investigation thought he saw a

TO ADVERTISERS: gives, say $10,000, to a town providedthe the width of some of the roads and house cat inside. He entered and
town will give an equal amount. also on account of the quality of the closed the door behind him to prevent rrom 4 t.

Copy for nut ditplay be handed sad all in at kilter the bandsetadTertiiinc haunts Even then they can't build the library brick now being shipped. It was the the cat's escape, intending to err,
.flic* of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m. they may want. They must buildit concensus of opinion of the board avenge any injury that had been done
the day before publication. This rule applies
to chances for contract advertisinc; it is like Carnegie wants it. yesterday that under present conditions to his pigeons. Instead of a house
taTSriaUe and will be strictly adhered to. This old faker's name must be emblazoned : the people would be better cat the intruder proved to be a wildcat urLorset C .

e Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued prominently upon the build served if the shipment of brick could that didn't appreciate being lockedin 4.;
should notify the office in writing on ing to make a permanent monumentto be held up until a better grade of with a perfect stranger.
the date of expiration otherwise it will to +t.r a l
continued at the regular subscription rates him, and to see that it is permanent brick can be procured and the manufacturers The cat jumped at Mr. Duncan's W
until notice to stop is redeived. he stipulates that the town must will be required to give a throat, and with nothing but his t: i

tax itself about 10 per cent. of the maintenance bond good for, a period j j hands with which to defend himself,
WEDNESDAY JULY 8 1914. ,
amount he contributed annually, from of five years that will bind them to he had a lively tussle for several min

the time he loosens up until the judgment replace the bad bricks that have beenlaid utes. No one came to help him turn L.

The South Florida Press Associa day and a few years thereafter. and all of these will be thrown i his captive loose and there was nothing e artment ,
tion will meet in Arcadia Friday. (out to do but fight it .
a Enough cities throughout the country as they are found and good ones out with na ? I Il
o I have already taken advantage of put in their place.' The manufacturers ture's weapons. The cat scratchedand
Elections may come and elections this magnanimous( offer to lead I 1 I have signified their willingness to do bit Mr. Duncan on the legs, arms ..

may go, but county division talk goes posterity to believe he was the I J: everything in their power to give and back, severely wounding him in

on forever in DeSoto county. est philanthropist of all time, great-I I good brick and the fact that so many several places. Finally he managed
o the annual tax they will have sr poor, bricks have been discovered i is :to get the cat on the ground between

P. A. Dignan has been confirmed as brings home the truth to them that 'I as disconcerting to them as the county his knees, where he choked it into insensibility ,,4 l 1:

postmaster at Jacksonville, despitethe he was about he shrewdest self-moi, commissioners. The defective then beating the little life
opposition of Senator Fletcher. ument builder that ever happened. bricks are laid to the door of the left out against the side of the house.

c Any town that wants a library can men in charge of the brick kilns fore.j A number of Mr. Duncan's wounds

Marconi that devise build as they have been shipped were serious enough to necessitate
says the wireless a way to one that it can i j'
c talks Italian better than English. No control and that will be a monument 1'i'large quantities and hauled to differ the attention of a physician.

wonder, wasn't it invented by for- .to the town's enterprise and public ent sections of the district the manufacturers -
eigners? spirit, rather than a monument to the [ will be at some loss, but NEW COUNTIES COME HIGH IN

o champion fake philanthropist of all1 j' they have agreed to meet the commissioners MISSISSIPPI

If those Vera Cruz soldiers reallydo ages. I half way and make the brick Jackson, Miss., July 7.-Ira H. Corset of today is dif.

mutiny and attempt to lick the good. I Sample, a Chicago attorney, was the THE from the corset of yes-

United States garrison there, Huerta According to the Orlando newspapers The litigation on the different principal witness today in the trial of The wasp waistline

will never get a chance: to' punish Jacksonville has been trying to ,widths will also be settled next month Lieutenant Governor Theodore Bilbo, is a thing of the past. The

>,?, them for insubordination. induce one of her only two small I and by that time the work of making charged with soliciting a bribe in con- high bust is no longer in vogue. The

0t cigar factories to remove to the latter I all the roads should start and it is nection with legislation for the creation heavy corset with its stays is dis-

t The Ocala Banner is becoming quitean city, by offering the proprietors extra hoped that all difficulties can be set- I of a new county in this state. carded. The fashionable figure, now,

enthusiastic advocate of equal suffrage inducements to make the removal. "tled and our roads be built as the Sample testified that he was approached is one that portrays youthfulness,one

and the women who are contending Spurred up by the attempt the people I majority of the tax payers want them last year by State Senator that is expressive of self-individual-
1 I built. I G. A. Hobbs and Bilbo with an alleged I ism. The new corsets sensible.
.. for their just rights have won of Orlando have purchased a lot and I The commissioners are to be are
a valuable aid to their cause. donated it to the owners of the factory i\ commended upon their action of yesterday scheme to have dismissed certain They create graceful lines-and what

i 0- upon the condition that it remains -I as the roads are built for permanency litigation against the Edward is also important, is that they afford
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The rebels are threatening to cut in that city. The lot, with the and only the best grade of Hines Lumber company, an Illinois so much comfort. Women ought, and

off the water supply of Mexico City, condition, has been accepted, and the brick should be used. corporation. Sample said Bilbo declared we believe, really do, appreciate the

but that won't worry Huerta a little erection of a new building in which Ii he wanted $50,000 for his ser- present 'rogue.

bit, if the tales they have yeen telling the factory will be housed will commence Our school vices, $5,000 for the attorney generaland The
days are never over. each method of buying corsets has
about the kind of liquid refreshments at once. The lot cost $2,000 $5,000 for two special at
t. The Sunday school is for the business Qikewise changeC Women of dis-
The witness added that Bilbo
torneys.
he uses are correct. and there will be built it ,
upon a ,
man. It is his and
his cretion have
duty privilegeto I learned that to wear
had told him the
brick that will accommodate! state was to be paid
o factory
give it his loyal support. cheap corsets is poor economy. Ex-
Now that Orlando's weather observer hands enongh to make the pay roll $25,000 for the compromise.IliiliiilMllliililllllll.
perience has taught them that a corset -
I is getting paid for it, we have amount to at least $70,000 a year.- ---- - - which is not stylish is a constant
c. a right to demand the particular Tampa Times: 11111 11111 11111 11111 III "A
reminder that a mistake has been
brand of weather suitable for any I I made, and that a corset causing dis-
r special occasion. It ought to be possible The shareholders of the Fraternal I Geo. C. Dolive T. F. HOURIHAN I comfort is unnecessary.In .
to play a ball game on Thursday Building Association of Orlando will : .
Licensed Plumber and I
t J half holidays hereafter. hold their annual meeting on Thursday I years past jhe average woman {

0 afternoon, July 9th, 1914, at 3 : J T LIVERY.[ Sanitary Engineer asked for a 22 or a 28 or whatever

The Arcadia Enterprise boasts that o'clock, in the Odd Fellows Hall. I Estimates Attended Furnished. Jobbing size she wore. Today the woman who
to.
Promptly
four million eyes are on Arcadia, having I has learned the proper method ofbuy-
read about the building of two The first Sunday in July added I I Phone PHONE 629 : ing a corset win ask for a garment

hundred houses in as many days. twenty-five per cent. to the attend : 106 Court Street : to fit her figure, to give her the lines

Pshaw! That's no eyes at all. Just ance of the men's Bible'' classes in : now in vogue,to so fit her that not a
count 'em on that million dollars Orlando. 248 or 355IMMMMMMMMMIMMM ORLANDO, FLORIDA stay will cause discomfort. She will

k worth of potatoes Hastings shipped.The 4-s1-im leave the selection of a proper model

o Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. IMIMMIMHIIMIMIHMiMMIMtHHtMllltittllMHIIMilt to a skillful corsetiere, and she will

f Clearwater Sun has annexed assure herself that the corsetiere understands .
.
I an assistant editor whose name looks MIHIMMMIWe . .. . . . . " her work.
like a pi line in cold print, but he

warns the readers of the Sun not to use exclusively the famous cream from Sydonie Dairy, J set Hence partment.this message We from suggest our that cor-

rc'3 break worry off about a few pronouncing syllables ahd it-just he will I Zellwood, in manufacturing our ice cream. A trial order all you trust us with your corset problem.

IC your figure does not present the
answer to them in lieu of the entire we ask.
graceful lines you think it should,

cognomen.- o McFL IWY'S PHAR.MACY Jet us suggest a change of corset;
let us point out what changes can be
I The DeLand News refers to Day-
tona Beach, as "our beach." Correct Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.milMMMIIIItllMMIIMMIIIMMiMIMIIMMtr. made. We feel sure that we can help

Y you are, but if you get stingy with itI I MMMMMHIimilHMMHMIMMimMIIMMMMMIMM. YOtl.
we will take "our ocean" away and lt has ever been our policy to give

then you won't have any beach.-Or- our patrons a high degree of service,
i lando Sentinel. . ... . , . IIIIMIMillllilll II In and in our corset department this

"Our beach," on Island Park, is at service is of great importance. It is
.: the disposal of the whole United just as easy to sell you a proper mod.el .
A as it is to sell a model that
States leave you
; so please us "our gulf,
we need Clearwater Sun. was never intended for your figure.It .
r o is all a matter of knowing how.
-
FLORIDA'S CANAL MATERIAL ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
i We are prepared to serve you in a

manner that w_ ill meet with your entire .
Commencement event in the
Day-an important
It now appears that it was a great approval. We aU the
carry new-
lives of people should receive some fitting mark
mistake to spend over three hundred young est models in both front and back-
t of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the
million dollars in digging the Panama laced corsets. We have suitable
occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of gar-
ditch in view of the light shed by ments for every type of figure. For
CoL Tom Weir, of Tampa, in his r Jewelry the short, and stout figure we have a

fourth of July oration at Zephyrhills. corset that will give the effect of
i' Had the agricultural department had DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe slenderness. For the slender figured

this information before the canal was woman we have a corset that will
direct the attention of relatives and friends to f
dug they would doubtless have put an beautifully model the lines into .
the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this graceful
expert on the job of breeding immense
one
proportions. In fact we can cor-
store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-
hog out of all of Florida'smyriad rect all defects of the figure that
so
novelties the Gift
to
est Exquisite of a Beautiful Dia-
of razor backs. But it is not .
it will as desire it to
mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values appear you ap-
too late yet to profit from the information and assortment.A pear. Permit us to prove our claims.
given by Col. Weir. Other
canals visit to our store will be appreciated and involves -
need digging and here is the
I way the Tampa orator told the people no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.

=' of Zephyrhills canals could be dug:

,1 "Florida, the diamond: in the dia-

dem of the states, set as she is, be-

tween the emerald green of the Atlantic

and turquoise blue of the Gulf

of Mexico-the finger of opportunity
j pointing to the South. Florida, our

.. state, with her more than 1,200 miles

j of sea coast, her 1,000 clear, fresh DI K ON .IY [ Ol
f water lakes that reflect the glorious

sun by day and mirror in their limpid the JewelerOPPOSITE

water myriads of stars by night. She ,
:; has many resources. Why, if all the

cows in Florida were built into one
POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENTAL[ S STORE
:;a; big cow, she could drink water from .
the Panama canal and switch icicles

4i from the North Pole with her tail
EXPERT
REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
If aH the razor backs in Florida

were built into one big hog, he could I
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[MMMIIMMItttlMIMM REPORT OF CITY CLERK .
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WADE Second Quarter, 1914 0

THE TUNER a City! of Orlando, Orange Co., Fla.To .
ORLANDO FLA. io j the Mayor and Commissioners,

sl SI Grillin Open 2 p. m. and :3.r' m. I City of Orlando Fla.
I Gentlemen:

. I Admission 5 cents I During the seoond quarter of this
year the City Council held twenty-two V
j ja
)lr. Bo6 Magruder is in DeLand on :GllDGDGllDGDGllDGDGllDGDGllDGTODA meetings, with a full board present at

short business trip. : Y'S PROGRAM every meeting.Several Ordinances. were passed, "Get It At t llen's"

Mr. C. G. Welbourne, of Tampa, is : BUYS AND SELLS i Eclair. Barbara Tennant and 0. C. such all as kinds the Sign of signs Ordinance and,other prohibiting obstructions --

in our city on business. : Lund in "When God Wills," in two to be placed on the side-

: REAL ESTATE parts. walks and setting September 1st 1914as
If friend of good
you are a every Universal Comedy, "Jake's Woo- _
the day when all present signs shall II J
cause in Orlando be a booster for the : ing," featuring Augustus Camey, theworld's have been removed.

Sunday school : famous cowboy comedian, ina The letting of the contracts for the
rip-roaring comedy.QUARTERLY laying of
130,000 yards of
square
Mr. Walter Coble returned to Jack : 600 south of Winter brick and
acres --- ----- 90,000 feet of curbing, also Show Us Your Watch
sonville last night after a few days the signing of the bonds, 200 of $500.
Garden and REPORT OF PARK
spent in our city. west of each for the.Brick Bond Issue, standsas
Gotha including COMMISSIONERS the more important parts of the Fobs---PLEASE !
10 acre
,
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Manning and : business transacted by the City Council .

( children left Tuesday for Maitiand to I orange grove. The en- Mrs. A. B. Whitner, secretary and during this quarter. Summer is the time for
The City by the generous gift from you
spend a few weeks. tire tract covered with treasurer of the park commission,
the Orlando Lodge of Benevolent and to have a fob, we have one in

Mrs. Helen Wright expects to leave'Thursday yellow pine timber. Two submitted the quarterly report of Selective Order of Elks came into our assortment that will

for Denver Colo., to visit the commission to the city council possession of a fully equipped ambu-

her Mr. Jas. Wright. miles of lake shore. yesterday afternoon. The report lance. please you.
> son, r The Clerk has issued during this

1 Mr. W. G. Corn traveling out oft shows a balance on hand April 1st quarter 69 dog licenses, 5 milk licenses O OurVatch Chains 0

Atlanta for a big supply house, is a MIMIIIIIilllilillllMHBISHOP of $3.94 and receipts for the quarter and 65 permits to plumbers,
Water, Light and Telephone Co's. to
amounting to 1175. 0 fthis
amount
business visitor to city.
our
open up streets for installation of are the best made, we can
received from the and
$700 was city
Miss Lucile Lucius has returned I new works or repairs.
AND MRS. MANN furnish kind
LEAVE
in contributions received any want-
you
from Lakeland where she has been $475 was Seventy-four ((74)) building permits
| FOR EUROPE from public spirited citizens. have been issued, for new buildings those with 20 year guarantee
visiting during the past month. and repairs, the approximate cost/
The expenditures for the quarter are very modest in price
Walter Pillans returned to his homeat Bishop and Mrs. Mann leave tonight of these buildings and repairs according -
amounted to $736.87, leaving a bal- to the figures furnished by
Lakeland Tuesday after a few for few in the
a days' stay
hand the the applicants for these permits being
ance on at the beginning of
days spent with his cousin, Don North, including a brief visit to their $85,747.00. Allen & Co.
new quarter, July 1st, of $382.07. 11
Evans. daughter, Mrs. Fisher, on the Jersey 161 Warrants have been sworn out ,
Contributions of and fertilizer
Isaac Van Deusen, Jr., and family coast then are to take the steamer plants by the police officers and private cit-
made by one or two individuals were izens. 159
cases being tried in Mayors Jewelers
have moved into their new bungalow, New York, of the American Line,
also shown in the report. Court, in 123 cases fines were imposed -
1906 East Washington street (Thorn- from New York harbor for England. in 26 cases cash bonds were forfeited -

,, ton Park). They expect to return the middle of The work of the commission for the and 2 cases were dismissed.Of ill Prompt Repairing.

September, and as the bishop has past quarter has consisted chiefly of the 159 cases tried, 115 were for
Jacksonville was represented Tues- worked the pb wing, leveling and grading pre- violations of the Traffic Ordinance, Everything Guaranteed -
day at the San Juan by C. M. Love, diligently through past I to grassing. The shores of riding on the sidewalks and a few of
paratory
W. E. Johnson, C. W. Williams, and months to become familiar with the them: for fighting, 41 cases of drunk-
large and varied claims devolved; Lake Eola have already been grassed eness, and with a few exceptions

W. R. Subers. upon him in his charge of this large and it is doing well, but other grass these: 41 cases were Saturday night

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Thornton and f has not thrived on account of the arrests, 2 cases for carrying concealed
field he is to the work
planning
carry
and 1 for
weapons, case cruelty
daughter, Miss Mamie Thornton, ex- I drouth.
forward vigorously this fall to animals.

pect to leave Friday for Jacksonville Both the bishop and Mrs. Mann I The report points out that the appearance i 29 births were reported during the
wand will sail on Saturday for New quarter, of these, 18 were white and '
( have been most cordially received of the park in the vicinityof

York city. wherever they have gone in southern I, the fountain can not be improved Llcolored.26 deaths were reported during the [6.1(0 ==ell

Mrs. Helen S. Bliss left Tuesday Florida, and they carry the hearty until Central avenue is paved, as the quarter, 14 being white and 12 color-

j for Green Cove Springs to visit fora good wishes of all who know them surface drainage overflows the curb- ed. 18 males and 8 females. - -- .
few days. From there she will go The following amounts were collected -
for a delightful and beneficial vacation ing and washes sand into the lake
to Asheville N. C. to visit her sister and received by the City Clerk HiiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiim HtlltlllliMIM*
with a hearty welcome awaiting across that part of the park. and paid to the City Treasurer.

t for the remainder of the summer. their return. While in England their I I Mayor's Court-
i
Mr. Frank Guernsey will return address will be Church House, Deans i MRS. BRADSHAW ENTERTAINED Fines and forfeitures. ____$ 889.50 3k )m91 Ji J

Thursday from Madison, Fla., where Yard, Westminster, London.Mr. BRIDGE CLUB Sanitary- yur

___
lie went to be one of the attendantsat Bucket tax 15.551.10
Cess pools ____ 131.00
the Marks-Beggs wedding, which W. M. Warren, of Bradentown, The Tuesday Bridge club was I Penalties _____ 48.00

takes place July 7th at six-thirty who won the one mile race at Day- charmingly entertained yesterday by Cleaning lot __ 1.50735.60

o'clock. tona Beach on the fourth, passed 'Mrs.. J. N. Bradshaw, the members CemeteryLot Rocky Ford CantaloupesOrder
sales _____$ 307.00
Mrs. W. P. Gwynne had the misfor- through here Tuesday afternoon with J participating in the games being the Grave digging 25.00332.00

june to break her arm Tuesday morning i his big National racing car and a hostess, Mrs. Edward Hauselt, Mrs. Dog Tax _________________ 88.75 them today before they

while cranking her automobile.She Buick roadster, bound for home. S. G. Dolive, Mrs. Chester Goodrich, Pound Fees _______________ 41.7J are gone.
I' Miss Kilmer and .the substitutes Miscellaneous _____________ 2.25
is getting along very nicely, but Here is an outline of an addresson Plumbing Inspector _______ 188.25
it will be a few weeks before she can Sunday school attendance by a i Mrs. Walter Brittain, Miss Hart and Tax Certificates redeemed- Georgia Peaches.

use it again. I Mrs. C. B. Robinson. with City Solicitor ______ 363.11 ,
Choctaw Indian "Older should ,
: people Dainty refreshments were servedat with City Clerk _________ 45.75
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Yowell and attend Sunday school as! well as City Maps sold ___________ 144.00
the close of the afternoon.
three little daughters left Tuesday young people, because (1) they are Fire DepartmentSale Florida Limes.

afternoon for Covington, Ky., where more experienced in the things of of old sacks, scrap
MRS. BROWN ENTERTAINED iron, old hose ___________ 26.40(
Mrs. Yowell and children will visit God; ((2) they can not learn God'sword I CARD CLUB House Rents ______________ 38.00
her father, Mr. Yowell expecting to too much; ((3)) they should lead Interest on Deposits-

return in about a week. their own children and the childrenof I State Bank, open account 29.07 THE
The Junior Matrons Card club helda Peoples Nat Bank, sinking I SANITARY GROCERY

Miss Rosie Mae Turner, who has others; (4) they should study God'sword pleasant meeting yesterday with funds __________________ 39.28
been the guest of her brother, Mr. J. to teach as well as to expect Streets and Sidewaiks-
Mrs. Clarence Brown at her home on
CARUTHERS & GORE
E. Turner, on Ruth street, expects to others to teach them. Sidewalks paid for and
North Orange avenue, and played a work done by street department .
leave today for Floral City, where I
The already attractive Grand thea- series of exciting games of auction, for private property Phone 200 6 &: 8 E. Pine Sired

she will visit relatives before return- ter is to be made even more attract- after which a tempting cream course holders, and rent of

ing to her home in Parrish.Mr. ive. Mrs. Braxton Beacham has or- was served. tools ___________________ 217.55
I Drainage WellsF.
Harry Hoffner, who has been dered some very fine flowers to dec- Those in attendance were Mesdames D. Harvey-, for work by CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

spending a few days here since resigning orate the whole interior of the thea- I Louis Dolive, Allan Weathersbee, De- city force _______________ 31.00

his position with the Guern- ter. She has also purchased two I Witt Miller, Thomas Brodwater, Jas. Sinking Fund- FUNERAL DESIGNS

sey Hardware company, leaves thurs- artistic little fountains to be placedon Magruder, Gordon Wright, and Miss For bonds interest______on____sewer________ 3,500.00General "11111 alii II III II III II III II III II III II III I'"III II I" .
day to attend the state encampmentat the stage. Mrs., Beacham is determined -I Bumby. Funds

Black Point, after which he will that her patrons shall not Mrs. Magruder will be hostess for From sewer bond trustees

I for advances ____________ 1,454.59
return to Jacksonville to make his only sit in an ice cooled air theater the club next week.
Tax Collector-
home, having accepted a position and listen to good music, but they t I Real & personaltax Fare 3oo

there. shall be surrounded by flowers and DEATH OF GRACE GROSS _________.$5,809.39 tII\ 4 ,

Miss Jennie Strickland, of Orlando, listen to the ripple of the playing Delinquent int. 338.99 DAILY BETWEEN
Ocupation tax_ 989.75 7,138.12 BUffALO
sister of Policeman John T. Strick- fountains. Grace, the youngest daughter of !

land, paid a short visit to her brother I .Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gross, passed Total amounts received15304.97 EVELAND

Sunday while on her way to Clear- : St. Cecilia's Guild will give a mus- away yesterday afternoon at the family Paid to City Treasurer as

________
his $15,304.97The
receipts
water to relieve the Western Union ical and literary social at the Chapter I residence on Kuhl avenue, afteran per .

telegraph operator in that city. House Thursday evening, July 9,from illness of several months. The City Treasurer reports

Later she will relieve the operator at seven till ten. Ice cream and cake funeral will be held at ten o'clock balance in the general

Tarpon Springs for about six weeks, one sale. All are invited. 7-7-3t I Thursday morning.Eat fund of ________________$ 3241.65
This with the $12,000.00 of THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
while the latter is away on a vaca-
the general fund on time Lnftb 500 feet;bnwkli 9S fat(India;510.tater.omr and parlor..ooo..od.tio61S00 pum.pn. .
tion trip.-Tampa Tribune. Eat what IOU want. what you want deposits in the Peoples Crater u cwl larger ia all J'ropertiou-ridacr ia all .ppgintimtit -Ihin uy tuamcr oa
Eat all xaa tit. Eat all you want National Bank and the 0. llladwallnol&helcL Ia ternc*JIMa ,

F.cad the Morning Sentinel Price Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it. Bank & Trust Co., $6,000in ifie-t Steamm"SEEANDBEE.""Cty of Erie"tad"City of Buffalo

For sale l>y all durggists. For sale by all druggists. each ________________ 12,000.00 Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-M-y it to Dec.ia
10 cents a week. l-7-d&w-lyr l-7-d&w.lyr .
9 Lease a&Jo 9-00P.M. \ lewClewlmd 100P.M.
Making a total balance in Arrive Qevvltal 7JOA.M. Arrii d&J 7JOA.U. '
the general fund of June (Eut ra Standard Time)

.. tltlttlllltHIMMMMMIIiiiiMMimitltttlMKHMIIMmMIMIHiMllllllli 30th, 1914 ___________$15,241.6o C.anectio..larYeL.dforht4..81,.Toledo.Detroit tad UpoinUV ttBa5ootliwr t L nro J.
ticket reading between BdaJ..d Cleveland arc good for traapoitaiioa out deuten.Ajk
iHIMiilMllliiilllililtlltlillMHIIIfllllltMIHIMillltHlliilt lMtitMiH
your ticket ageal far bcLati via C.&B.Line. "'rice..for lunrfioiim Uliutrited booklet free.

_ I The following warrants numbered THE CLEVELAND" BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cl.T.I.nd. O.
from 1342 to 1481, inclusive, drawn
by the City Clerk against the fundsin 2-

LUCERNE TODAY tie hands of the Treasurer, by or-

der of the City Council, amounted to Apr.2-1301-Jos. Bumby Hdw. Co.. 1.65 do) .................. 3,615
$20,894.77 as follows: 1302-P. F. Laubach ...... 4.52
CITY WARRANTS FROM APRIL 1. 1J14. 1300-Destroyed. Total ...........................$10,446.69
\ : i io 1914. 1303 Wannan'i Rep. Shop.. 7.75
Date. No. Amount 1304-0. Water & Light Co.. 1.00 -
\H\ Apr.I-1259-E. F. Sperry. salary..* 125.00 ,* 1305-McElroy Pharmacy.... 2.00 WARRANTS DRAWN IX MAY Ute
1260-H. C.Robertson.salary 100.00 1306-0. Novelty Works... 1.35 Date No. Amount
1261-S. A. Johnson salary.. 100.00 1307-Mrs. A. S. Nicholson.. 26.00 1914.
1262-C A. Boone ......... 100.00 1308-V. W. Estes ......... .50 May.. 1-13.c2-E. F. Sperry salary..3 125.00
\ \ 1263-Carl Jansen ......... 100.00 1309-A. L. Beck Lbr. Co.. 2.70 U43-H. C. Robertson, 1Al.. 100.00
1264-W. H. Smith ........ 100.00 1310-Jos. Bumby 11.45 '1344--8. A. Johnson, salary 100.00
\ reel i r 1265 M, C. Broom ........ 75.0 1311-Mrs. A. B. Whitman.See'y 134 -W. H. Smith ........ 100.00
Alarm
\ "The a two side-splitting Keystone comi : 1266-D. J. Spell .......... 75.00 P. Coin ....... 200001 I 1346-M. C. Broom ....... 75.00
1267-J. F. Bogart ........ 75.00 . 4.95 134i-Paul Carlton ........ 75.00
All children under twelve admitted free i 1268-Paul Carlton ........ 75.00 Apr.3-131-Young." Rep. Shop....... 53.12 13-1S-J. F. Bozarth ...... 75.00
j | edy. to evening per- : 1269-Wm. Dean .......... 100.00 1313-Baker Mfg. Co. 1349-D. J. Spell .......... 'i5.00
1270-Henry Quarterman ... 60.00 Apr. 4-1314-E. F, Sperry ........ 179.40 135O-C. A. Boone ......... 100.00
formance. 171-R.d. Bennett ...... 90.00 Apr.6-1315-Dickson &: Ires ...... 4.25 1351-Carl Jansen ........ 100.00
\ j | 1272-\. T. Scruggs ....... 65.00 1316-Elijah Hand ........ 5.50 1352-R. M. Bennett ...... 90.00
1273-P. P. Pillans ........ 10.00( 1317-Hanover Nat Bank.. 8.75 1353-A. F. Seruggs ...... 65.01)
...... Dean .......... 100.00
1274-O. A. McIntosh 75.00 Apr. -1318-E. F. Sperry ........ 13.40 1354-Wm.
1275-Philip Bunn ......... 50.00 r 1319-P. F. Laubach ...... 461.35 1355-Henry Quarterman. 60.00
jj "His Sister Lucy a one reel American. r 1276-0. Concert Band .... 50.00 1356-Dr. P. P. Pil1&na.... 10.00
; Ap.11-1320-E. F. Sperry ........ 189.80 '
1277-G. R. Ramsey...... 150.00 1351-Pbilip Bunn ........ 50.00
1278-J. A. McLeod ...... 75.0 Apl4-1321-O. W. &: Light Co.... 42.70 1358-0. A. McIntosh ..... 'j.OO
1279-Edw. Donohue ....... 50.00 Ap.16-1322-O. Auto 4 Sup. Co.... 2.40 13i9-G. R. Ramsey ...... 150.00
............
...... 75.00 1323-Wm. Dean U5 ..
136O-James A. McLeod 1.00
1280W. A. Edwards
i I ; "The Swindlers a one reel Majestic. .. 1281-A. L. Wright ........ 75.00 ".. 1324-A. S. Aloe & Co...... 266.60 1361-A. L. Wright..... 75.00
r 1282-J. H. Barton ........ 75.0 1325So. Fla. Sentinel .... 5.00 1362-J. 1L Barton ...... 75.00
1285-L. C. Massey, 1st qr.. 100.00 1326-Curtis &: O'Neal ...... 18.76 1363-W. A. Edwards ..... 75.0G
1284-L. C. Massey eip.... 9.18 1327-W. E. and F. D. Gore.. 162.60 13U-Ed. Donohue ....... 50.00
.. Fla. Sentinel... 14.60r 1328-1L A. Lunsden ...... 5.00 1365-0. Concert Band .... 50.00
of 185-50. .... 10.90! 1S2 -A. J. Wall ........... 21.96 1366-E. F. .;..... 210.00
That Dollar Box and the Pass will be 1286-Stenberg t Ohse Sperry
Candy
given ......
awayagain '. 1287-Eureka rue Hoee Co.. %9.00 1330-Helms Hdw. Co. 14.70 May 2-1361-E. F. Sperry ........ 6.15
the .holder or the 1288-The Osborne Mfg. Co.. 1L2 1331-Jos. L. Guernley ..... 23.38 1368-XrL X. A. French. 4.-10
tonight to lucky ten cent ticket. ..
Kincaid & Snowden. 4.20
1332
:L 18t-O. W. & Light Co.... U8L4 ; May 4-1369-0. Novelty Worb... SJ.81
........ 22.40
1333-Banner Bra "
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Co. 625.00 1370-101. Dumby Bdw. Co. 15.U
1290-0. W. &: Light
........
1291-0. W. ft Light Co.... 37.5 1334-Geo. A. Baker 52.50 U11-Helma Hdw. Co..... 68.84
1292-Oscar Band & Son.... 8-9 1335-S. A. Johnson ....... 6.19 Iln-E. Hand ............ 1.50
First HOOT te Cafe Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Celts | r 1:93-E. F. Sperry ........ H.9S 1336-E. F. Sperry ........ 186.45 13i3-Mur Wagon Co..... 1.00
.....
1294-Hyer ft; Davis ....... 20.00 1337-F. Jos. Raehn Co. 11LOO 1374-0. Telephone Co.... 1.83
1295-Jot. L. Guernsey .... 44.2 1338 B. M. Robinson ...... 13.1 Ui-K. S. Adams ....... LOS
1296-M. S. Adams ........ LtG 1339-E. F. Sperry ........ 180.50 1S7HJer. Davis ...... 20.00

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I Open to the Public .: MUNNIMAKERS I v

: Notice of Lost Wanted, For Sale, For I
I Rent etc.. for this eolumn. 23c for one day
t I Me for three days or f LOO for one week for
I 25 words or less. Money must accompany
A Prescription Drug Store I, the advertisements fer this column aa no
ineertiona will be made on credit
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t

i Invariably 'tis well to follow a druggist who : FOR SALE ORLANDO- e

: Nursery stock, one, two, three and
never offers a substitute. As rule
a new druggists
I four year old buds; Foster Early,
begin business with the idea that they will sell their : Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash

own remedies that big profits-regardless of ington Navel Address Mrs. M. Kahl,
pay Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf:
merit. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE


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

not only injure the patient but harms those bargain; recently completely overhauled FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES MtMilMMMtMMttMMtniMMMMMMMMIIIliMQELANDO
t' and made good as new in every i
who it.
h practice part; guaranteed first class con AND DO ALL KINDS OF

dition; must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
THE CITY DRUG STOREgives sacrifice. Come, or address, White

Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. I

a all its time to carefully filling doctor's pre. 4-23-tf: :

scriptions. They can fill any doctor's prescriptionand
FOR SALE-Or to rent, brown bun-
send for and deliver goods time i
any day or galow, corner West and South I
k night. Their store is located just around the cor- street Inside all newly furnished


ner from Guernsey's hardware store. wyler.Inquire of F. W. McAuley i or Daet-27-3t L H. RAMSDEU I I Water & Light Co. | '


The CITY DRUG STORE WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, OPTOMETRIST

in good condition, for Victrola and (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Liking) i I
f records. Piano may be seen at For

J. L. DEAN Proprietor. mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
Fla. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
!

1:111111111111111:1111111111; : ::1111111111111111111JI Electricity
rf WANTED-To borrow $800 or $1,000
on improved city real estate. Threeto I
four years time. Address "1\1," iiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiMfFor ,
LOOKING FOR MAN WHO HAS Rubber Stamps made to order at care Sentinel. 6-30-1 if ii
KEY TO EXPLOSION Warman's Repair Shop. 125tf. i Gas Water Ice

LOST-Saturday, near court house, SaleOR I
a small bunch of keys. Return to
a New York, July 6.-Michael Murphy -, _NOTICEOf i county clerk's office. 6-29-3t (

nineteen years old, the only Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 Office No. 18 West Central Ave.
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of
Laws of Florida
Chapter 4888.
Y member of the group of "free speech"rdvocates WANTED-Couple to live on country

who escaped with his life Notice is hereby given that Henry Keeven. place. Call or address, 400 West EXCHANGEFive
of Florisant Mo., purchaser of tax certificateNo. Central avenue.
from the fatal explosion on Saturday 28. dated the 3rd day of June. A. D. .
that wrecked the tenementat 1912, baa filed said certificate in my office,
morning
and has made application for tax deed to WANTED-To buy or rent, at rea- Room House, built
No. 1626 Lexington avenue, is be- issue in accordance with law. Said certificate Telephone No. 6H
sonaMe rate, a boarding house,
embraces the following described property, of cement blocks 24x36
ing sought by every policeman and I situated in Orange county, Florida to-wit: close in. Address B. G., Box 324. ,

Detective in New York today as the West half of northwest quarter and southwest 7-3-2t Cartright shingles, two
F I quarter and southwest quarter of south .
one person most likely to know the east quarter section 27. township 20 south, lots
LOST-Auto tire about four miles 100x150, some young H
range 27 east The said land being assessed I
real of what occurred in the
story at the date of such certificate in the name south of Orlando, Saturday after and
x; flat where the bomb was made. of Delta Canal Company. noon. Reward. G. A. H., care Sen- peach, orange grape

. Murphy disappeared after being in according Unless the 28th said to day law certificate,of tax July deed, A.shall will D. 1914.issue be redeemed thereonon tinel office.WANTED. fruit trees. Driven well ,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . '
,the hands of the police, before they i feet. i
I Witness my official signature and seal this PARTNER, with'an auto- 200
i of the identity of the victims 27th of June A. D. 1914.
were aware the day mobile, for an engineering proposi- ii i-
e B. M. ROBINSON Address
of the explosion. He visited a (Seal Clerk) Circuit Court. Orange County, Fla. tion. Good profits. Address B. J., i f

nearby police station, was given NOTICE care Sentinel. POPULAR

1 clothes to replace his own which were DRESSMAKING -Plain and fancy Box 424, i 11 CHA ICS

torn to bits,and then dropped out of In the Florida.In Circuit. Court of Orange County, Stateof sewing of all kinds, and work ready 300
I
:sight. It is believed Murphy mightbe the matter of Scire Facias on behalf of when promised, at room No. 6, over Kissimmee, Florida Are You a Woman ? lARTICLES
induced to explain why alarm George Evelyn Mary Faithful Cooper et aL. as Executors of Estes' drug store. Misses Keen & t
Baldwin. 300
clocks and other things used in theE versus 6-8-im I x
E Hy. Spencer Brooker. #
making of bombs were kept in the Scire Facias for issuance of Execution on ILLUSTPA

: Judgment FOR RENT 111111..I..I.llllttl..j TIONS
Berger apartments.
To the Defendant, Hy. Spencer Brooker:
Louise Berger, stepsister of Carl You_ are hereby notified that a writ of Tako
been sued out of said Court ] Gar ui
Scire Facias has FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear
Hansen, one of the dead men, who
behalf of Evelyn Mary Cooper
against you on W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney 1 1Conkey's Popular MechanicsMagazine
k lived in the flat where the explosion and Montague Ellis, as Executors of George 1I I
Faithfull, deceased, the object of said writ street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- LICE? 1I
:; occurred, remains firm in her first being to obtain an execution against you upona enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. 1I I
story that she knew nothing about judgment rendered against you by said The lice question is quickly I "WRITTEN so YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
Y Court on the 7th day of November. 1895, in settled if you dust you owls with
what happened prior to the explosion favor of George Faithfull, who died testate' FOR RENT-Two office spaces in I The oblueFOR I A GREAT Progress: Continued which you Siory may of begin the World's reading

F, and denied that she knew explosives in the year 1905. his Executors being the' our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Lice PowderIt's at any time, and which will hold your
and Montague Ellis i
said Evelyn Mary Cooper ; interest forever. You
are living the
in best
: Come in and will show Pierce
I were kept in her rooms. and you are commanded to appear to said we you. safe,quick and sure.' year,of the most wonderful age,of what is
writ of scire facial on or before the rule day Electric Co. 3-29-tf Sates your poultry profits because it i doubtless the greatest world in tie universe.
Miss Berger, Alexander Berkman, I in July. 1914 being the 6th day of July. 1914. A resident of Mars would gladly pay$1 -
and other leaders' 'of the "free ARTHUR F. ODLIN. Kills the LiceDoesn't nnn FOR ONE YEAR'S
I Attorney for Executors of George Faithfull, TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- SALE AT ALl MR SUBSCRIPTIONtothismag.zine
speech" movement with which Caron, Deceased. ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Harm Chickens F. order to keep informed of
,
Hansen and Berger, the victims of I 4-26-tf the Pnce iran 2S that ctIItso hide cents m the and cracks SI,0O.Foe by our progress in Engineering and Mechanics.

the explosion, were identified, told the IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf --- L-. your day and poultry prey bouse on chickfnsat"libConkey's night,spry Ak Fa 1 Are neighbors you reading are. and it?it Two is the millions favorite of magazine your-
Co.kr,i thousands of the best
Hof in American '
police they believed the men were the Seventh Judicial Circuit the State MISCELLANEOUS F".rsrt
Lice homes. It
Liquid appeals to all classes-old and
of Florida for Orange Coanty
DR. F. C. BOARDMAH and
I young-men women.
killed by a bomb sent to Caron by an - -- Cleans than out thoroughly( ;
I cents,half gallon 60 cents gallon 7M The "Shop Votes" Department (20( pare)
of Orlandovs. bull terrier
City LOST-White tan
enemy. They declared the three men pup, For the deadly head louse use gives easy ways to do things-how to mats
I spot over left eye. Reward. Phone I DENTISTBoardman useful article for home and shop repairs,etc.
I to and such Ida E. Davis. CON
were, martyrs a cause as 102L 7-4-3t OINTMENNTTLICE "Amateurecluuca"(10 pages)tells bow to
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. e make Mission furniture wireless outfit*,bosh
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honor them in death
they proposed to To the defendant. Ida E. Davis: Effective and doorrt harm chicks*10 t I Building engines,magic and all the things a bollovee: .
with a public funeral service in Union It appearing from the affidavit of the City Up to date painting, papering, etc., trod 25 etntt. Money tack d these - I $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGLE COPIES IS CENTS '
of Orlando herein filed do
of the
Solicitor City reparations not satisfy I AU jour Nouads lot to Wow m oo*or
square. that he believes you are a non-resident of the is the kind you want. Where to getit .n.c.E c.kT u. ....aLOtin' I Office Hours: wan R FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY .
I State of Florida and that your residence is ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. roP.
John J. Ettor Industrial Workers .AR
an MECHANICS
I unknown and that there is no person in this Entrican. 1-20-tf P. F. LAUBACH 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 CO.
; of the World organizer, said today state the service of a subpoena upon whom I 318 W.Wuhuistoa St,CHICAGO
would bind you and that your age is above Telephone 540.
that Caron had never been a the age of 21 years. We insure your life and loan you ,.
member of the I. W. W. and that that It is therefore ordered that you do appear money on real estate at 6 per cent 444r -
in this Court to the bill herein filed, upon interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., ! I IIIIIIIIIHI'\\\! i \ \ \ \\" f\\\-'III'II'-\\, "","fl.IT'S .
organization did not approve of his September 7, A. D. 1914. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. ? mm mm\\wm \\'\' Mif
It is further ordered that this order of
= methods Vf verbal attacks on John D. publication be published once a week for eight 3-25-d&wtf
Rockefeller Jr. at consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sentinel I

I Tarrytown. ty, Florida, a newspaper published in Orange coun- Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, : TIME TO THE UP 1 HOUSE

ax Witness my hand and the seal of said Cir- at F. F. Dutton's Sanford. Fla. I
COLUMBIA TREATY WAS OUTGROWTH cuit Court this 3rd day of Juiy, A. D. 1914. 5-19tf. :
OF DECEPTION (Seal B. M. ROBINSON
Clerk Circuit Court Orange County.By :


?,m T;; rah Washington began a fight, July today 6.-Senator to force consideration Bo- I 1- -8tw IN THE CIRCUIT M. A.COURT Deputy HOWARD.Clerk. ters._Don't Sentinel Try wait want them._for ads.every are one money owes get-. to :I f FURNISHING R I Q QUESTION( IN REAL( l lE


of the Colombian and Nick ,, Of the of Seventh Florida Judicial for Orange Circuit County of the State have Entrican, the painter, before 1
; araguan treaties in open session. He you try. Am too busy to look you

presented a resolution also calling for City of Orlando up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
vs. job. l-20-tf
the publication of all investigationsby Lucy L. Dozier. E ESTOur
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien.
the foreign relations committee.It To the defendant Lucy L. Dozier: If your paper is not delivered

It was put over until tomorrow, un- It appearing from the affidavit of the City promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
der the rules. that Solicitor he believes of the City that of you Orlando are a non-resident herein filed stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

"If I can not get the consent of the of dence the is State unknown of Florida and that and there that is your no personin resi- Find what you want in Sentinel delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

senate to have this Nicaraguan this state the service of a subpoena upon "wants."
whom would bind you, and that your age is pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-
considered in the - - - -
said
treaty open, above the age of 21 yearn ble
Senator Borah, "I will be forced to It is therefore ordered that you do appearin NOTICE in every sense of the word.tfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfl"'I"'II'.
this court to the bill herein filed upon .
disregard the rules of the senate. I September 7. A. D. 1814. -
It is further ordered that this order of Office of Supervisor of Registration " 11111I1I11IIII1
have not attended a single session of publication be published once a week for

the committee since the present hear- eight consecutive weeks in the South in Florida Orange Notice is hereby given that the CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you

nigs began because I did not propose county.Sentinel Florida.a newspaper published books for registration of voters for

) to submit the results of my investigation Witness my hand and the seal of said the General Election to be held in : to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining
Circuit Court this 3rd day of July. A. D. 1914. November, 1914, will be open at my .
A to" the clamp of secrecy in executive (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. office, Room 20, Court House, Orlando -
: clubs her Our salesmen will this
r Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County.By or any of formalities. explain
:i session. M. A. HOWARD. Fla., every Thursday, Friday and A
t "If the Nicaraguan treaty is 7-4-8tw Deputy Clerk. Saturday from August 5th to Octo- .
ber 6th, 1914, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. : feature to you.HMiHCIIMMI.
- brought out into the open, it will die,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and from 2 to 5 p. m.
as it ought to die. I believe it is the FRANK H. WILLIAMS, > MMMMJMIHIHH9MIMMIIHMfMCIHOMtMitFurniture
Of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State
' outgrowth of deception, misrepresentation ef Florida far Orange County Supervisor of Registration for : .

fraud, tyranny and corruption, City of Orlando 7-4-wklyto8-l Orange County. .
and I'm prepared to show it." vs. :

Senator Borah declared that the A. Bill B. Grove.in,Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. NOTICE ..

treaty was not being negotiated with I To tie defendant A. B. Grove: i Kincaid l Snowden
It appearing from the affidavit of the City Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8of
"the people o fNicaragua or the officers Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed Chapter 4888 Laws ef Florid :
x. that he believes that you are a nonresidentof ::
they have set up and elected" the State of Florida and that your resi- Notice is hereby given that Gary Hand of :
w but with "puppets we ourselves have dence is Aririe Alberta, c..ada, and that Orlando, Fla., purchaser of tax certificate 1
there is no person in this state the service of No. 250, dated the 5th day of June. A. D. ,
set up their government. a subpoena upon whom would bind you, and 1911, Las filed said certificate in my office i of Character
x A resolution to investigate how I that your age is above the age of 21 years.It and has made application for tax deed to'issue I
secret is therefore ordered that you do appear in accordance with law. Said certificate i
doings, of the committee got into In this Court to the bill herein filed, upon embraces the following property situated in'
September 7. A. D. 1914. Orange county, Florida, to-wit: Lot 21, blockC '
the newspapers was adopted. It is further ordered that this order of Goodwin's addition, Orlando. The said at Prices. f
publication be published once a week for eight land being assessed at the date of the issuance -I Popular ........
consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sentinel of such certificate in the name of )
Who is your painter and decorator? a newspaper published in Orange county Unknown.
If satisfied the Florida. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
are keep
you one you hand and the seal of said according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon
Witness my Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
have if ,not phone W. T. Entrican
i : Circuit Court this 3rd day of July. A. D. 1914. the 4th day of August A. D. 1914. ,
S* W. 1-20-tf (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. Witness my official signature and seal this
Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County.By the 3rd day of July. A. D. 1914.

t For the read Sentinel 7-44tw M. A.Deputy HOWARD Clerk. (Seal Clerk) Circuit Court B. Orange XL ROBINSON.County, Fla. .hFi-FM41 t\\\ 0ft' {i\\\\\\ " " '\\ ,\t""l'l:1" " \" ::',: /

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JOHN AND ARTHUR CELEBRAT: GROWING CHILDREN* For baby's croup, Willie's daily tttttlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill
ED FOURTH AT WINTER PARK cuts and bruises, mamma's sore A RARE[ BARGAIN I
They Should be Protected Against'Internal throat, Grandma's lameness Dr.
Uncleanliness as Well a8 Thomas' Electric Oil the house
1 John Keith and Arthur Cleveland External ContaminationThe hold remedy. 25c and 50c. THE MARKETOf
IN A
celebrated the Glorious Fourth so glo- -
delicate organs of the maturing It will to let do
riously at Winter Park Saturday pay you us some
child
are more susceptible to the
night that their celebration won't end influence of disease and infection of your printing. We do it right Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

for several months to come. John than are the more seasoned organsof
the prominent > grown-ups. Malaria takes an early DR. A. B. WHITMAN
and Arthur
are among
and strong hold on the child's House. AND SALT MEATS
colored citizens of the college town, liver and causes headaches, coated

and to show their patriotism properly tongue, indigestion, ,cramps and DENTIST FISH AND GAME
they filled up on bad booze Saturday, many other- dangerous conditions. :' Only four and half
one
These the
of
are signal
and when night came, having no warning nature provides that posts your East End Charleston Block up-stairs Kept under the best sanitary conditions. 1

money with which to buy fireworks, child may be relieved of impending blocks from the post
they just had to do something for excitement sickness.: IlHEUMATID SUFFERERS Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh t
and amusement. The proven remedy, Carswell's SHOULD USE office, East Side. A and
Liver Aid. which is a purely vegetable pore. .1.1We
One had a pistol and the other a 5 DROPSThe
liquid compound should be in variety of fruit. We
shot gun, so they celebrated for quite four medicine chest ready to administer are invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

t awhile by taking pot shots at each liver.at the first sign of a disordered Best Remedy going to sell this property everything in the Meat Line

other. Arthur was by far the best For all forms of
Fifty cents purchases a large bottle -
marksman but regretted it later. He : at McElroy's Pharmacy under and have put the

peppered John in the left shoulder the; absolute guarantee that price RheumatismLUMBAGO. The PARLOR MARKET
with some extra bird shot he had no will be returned without quibble if price at only $2350.
want it.
' other use for, and when asked aboutit you Reasonable

before Judge Warlow yesterday terms. H. M. Self & Co.
For any itching skin trouble, piles,
pleaded guilty. The judge told him eczema, salt rheum, hives itch, scald _
how lucky he was not to have killed head, herpes, scabies. Doan's Ointment SCIATICA. GOUT NEURALCIA 'Cooper Atha PINE
AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. STREET.
John and gave him twelve months on is highly recommended. 50c a .
.box at all stores.MMMMMHttflHMIiitt.
the county roads in which to prepareto
Phone
celebrate next fourth of July. I DROPSSTOP 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor I No. 80

John shamefacedly acknowledgedthat I .
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Arthur was a better shot than THE PA1NJ.QhrMQolckRelteffj

he, but he admitted that he was as I .
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guilty as John, so Judge Warlow allowed MGCUllOCU'S.Department S .1 11IJII"JIII"'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"tlllllllllllll111111,1,1 1111',1 ,.
him ten months to improve his 1 1
marksmanship with a shovel on the
county roads-knocking off two MPUK "{DHOW ntn on R qu nT I
months to compensate him for the Store Smnsoa s aiwwtyreItcucAMAKE Rheumatic Cure Co-*

peppering of bird shot he had re-' W. M. SLEMONSNew

ceived. YOUR
All of Arthur's and John's differ- OWN''

ences had been settled before they Jelly Tumblers PAINT

arrived in court together, and they
I YOU will SAVE
told the sheriff that they had "shuck Goods
60 ds. PER GAL Arriving DailyWe
Fruit Jars j
t hands" and were good friends, Arthur :t .
entertaining the crowd before court ) THIS IS HOW
I
by telling them how certain he was I' J Buy 4 gals.L.C&M.Semi-
1
that he would never drink any more all kindsPreserving /. Mixed Real Paint $8.40 .

bad celebrate the fourth by And3gals.LinseedOil
}liquor or
to mix with it 2.10
shooting at his friends. They will I
Makes 7 gals.Paint for$10.50
continue their friendship on the coun- sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
ty roads, Arthur not being a stran- Kettles It's only$1.50 per gal.
made Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
ger to such work, having once before The L. &: M.seatt Siixuu by "King Quality" Shoes.
REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD
served seven years in the gang. : ZINC paint and materials UNSEED OIL-the 100 )'ean.best known*> Boys' Suits, "Lord "Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
When asked what it was for he admitted
Use a gal out of any you buy and if not the
killing another negro, and, 20 S. Orange Avenue. best paint made,then return the paint and get Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Gaflin & Co.
all back.
your money
asked how it happened, he said the
HELM'S HARDWARE CO. Ca Best place in the city to trade.W. .
nniiinHM.iii.MMit
while he
other negro's pistol snapped

had a genuine combination Smith & ___ ___n ___ __

Wesson and Colt, while the other .negro 1

had a bum pistol.ERADICATION r-i it1I c '

M. SLEMONS
OF THE CITRUS I HIT tt .
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SI*, Frank CANKER Stirling, who is em- f ( URANGE AVENUE l

ployed by the Florida Growers' and .

Shippers' League in the citrus canker ...).. . . . ..* .0',111111111111.1.,1.1.1.1.111.1'111..11.1..111111.11..1...

eradication work, reports that about l .
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been inspected, and that without --

doubt the worst infections have been --=:-
located, With regard to the seriousness ; --= 0 HHHHHHHHHHtmn y;1M K;r I ;;in'HMHHHHMMMMCHHi j '> :" ':::'::' : ::::I: 0I

:of this disease, he writes as follows : r- I


c "While looking over one nursery I Low Round Trip Rates .MMMMIHHM"Starve
can across a small block of grapefruit I

i seedlings, about 2,000 of them, FROM JACKSONVILLE the Fly'"

which were the worst infected I have SL knit . $37.75 Ckicats . $43.50 CucisssU . $ 3.00
ever seen, and I firmly believe that Dow SI.W St. Pad.- . 56.75 Lssimlle.CtUraieSprats .. 21.40 31.50
I/ 6UO Lsw01s -
/1 / 58W DihtkSaM - -
the canker would have killed the I] 1// like Ctj -- 71.M WusipefTeOewstsaa . 76.75 EtasmQe4UO .- -.. 32.25 That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly. No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
17 I _ 78.10 Tenoto - lidiiupotii 3630 flies around the house the to rid yoUr house of flies is the way of cleanliness.That's .
trees inside of two months if nothing I III Fertlaad . 104.00 Mtitral) 55.45 FruckLkk -. 35.20 swatted way
had been done. I just cut the entire: Seattle LM Amies. ._-- 10600 aUI Fctodey Mackisae- .. -- 51 53..04 8 Tolede.Dttn - 43.50 41.10 why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about

block back to the ground and raked S..Fraacilcl. 8150 Minus. . 47.49 CLntl\HIu MaCm- .- 30.90L 4740. the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
FaBi 47.40
CIa fsrk 8175 -
the ground, hoed it and raked it again i u time and properly cooked.
Colorado California Canada Manelota. -
in
and painted the stubs. .Michigan w rates the to other Great points Lakes and Rocky MOlIDt&nao Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and

"The large trees that were cut 1 r low rates Tickets from on other sale points daily,in until tho September State. 30. Return limit Oct.31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood

back have come out beautifully since I. I f -:7VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things

they were cut back, and some of them i 1 .1.i J LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
are in full bloom. The owner has I I\III'\ Going through Louis: ,returning through Chicago Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
Liberal stopovers on all tickets.
,.. or vice versa.
three men who do nothing but go /
: TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
over the 400 acres on the lookout for choice of three different
., \ through train daily
the canker, and so far they have not .:;/ !\ill routes
found anything." /-: >I Three daily trains to the southwest through New
-<. / Orleans. Unexcelled dining car sernce. Fast time. Orlando Water & LightCompany;
I\ i I Rock ballast No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated
i i FOR SALE I U ( booklets of daotIiet resorts rates sleep,
_ \ tog car reservations as information,address
11 Georgia peaches, wholesale or re- )J. Il J I i J H.CBRETNEY, Gas Department

tail Fresh every day. Also have FbrUaFtiKsrcrAfest,
fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, at I J 134 West Bar Strsst, MMiimrmriiffVn
street.jiinp's grocery store, 47 West Church J \ J1CISOKYIIII.FLL .

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1378-McElroy Pharmacy. 1.00
1379-0. W. &: Light Co... 1.00
1380-W. E. Long; ......... 13.50
1S81-Ena. Steel Sign Co. 5750
1382-Warman's Rep. Shop. 2.25
1 / 1383-Pierce Elee Co...... 14.65
May 6-1S84-DeLaney Drug Co.... 1.15
1385-R. L. Holland ...... 47.48
1386-A. L. Beck Lbr. Co.. 23.63
1387-Stenberg &: Ohse.... 1450
May 7-1388-H. A. Lumsden ..... 18.00 '.: .' t W 1 f
: Report of the Condition of ." 138-Wnitht Seed Co..... 1.50 .; } ;. : ,f
1390-W. R. 0'Neal, P. M.. 21.36May
8-1391-So. Fla. Foundry.... 33.00
OrlandoOrlando ........ .
N The State Bank of 1392-E. F. Sperry 197.60
May 9-1393-orlando Ice Co...... 750 '
1394-F. D. Harvey &: Co.. 79512 :
Fla. 1395 E. G Duckworth .... 6.90
f May 13-1396-Emma Jones .....*.. 8.00 111 i fi
1397-B. M. Robinson ..... 8.50 (cir State11l
At the Close of Business, June 30, 1914. 1398-So. Fla. Sentinel .... 38.39 :
1399-Dickson &: bet ..... 26.73May .
RESOURCESLoans 16-1400-E. F. Sperry ........ 16485
} 1401-P. F. Laubach ...... 297.50

I and Discounts . . . . .$490,565.39 May May 23-1403-E.18-1402-B. M.F. Robinson Sperry ......,....... 15365 5.30 .: Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the

t Overdrafts . . . . . . . :. . . 252.35 May -1404-E. F. Sperry ........ 27.30
Stocks, Securities, etc. . . . . . 18o,931.74 I "" 1405 1406-A.Tampa S. Aloe Tribune&: Co.Co...... 20.10 17.50 [::I II t i1 U. S. Currency, shows I

Furniture and Fixtures. . . . . . 13,001.30Real Ma"27-1407-M. 0. Dovel &: Son.... 195
1408 Dickson &: Ivea Co. 8.50
i; Estate . . . . . . . . . . 13,875.45 1409-Feinberg &: Gore .... 9.00 June
fi [ 30 1914
I 1Uo-Yowell-Duckworth... 4.00 i.I Deposits, $37 .236.00
X Cash on hand and due from Banks. .246,061.60 1411-E. Moore ........... 750 r

.". 1412 1413-State-V. Baylarian Bank N.Y...Dftt 627.81.50 [:1 I I :j Increase since last

Total . . . . . . . . .$949,690.83 I. 1414-E. F. Sperry ........ 183.44 our pub
1415-F. A. Curtis (charity) 35.00 ::1 IL 11 1 lished statement, March 4,
.
s Y, LIABILITIES Total ...........................| 5229.97 .: 1914, $5'1,538.25

Capital Stock. . . . . . . . . $50,000.00 CITY WARRANTS FROM JUNE I, 1914.

Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,000.00 1914 Date. No. Amount.
R Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 4,233.23 June" 1-1416-E. F. Sperry. salary..$ 125.00 Increase, in past $? I i 28.) )) lla9ifE1ollhJ : :
1417-H. C. Robertson sal 100.00
Dividends unpaid . . . . . . . 1,496.00 1418-S. A. Johnson, salary 100.00 flllflI 12 months, ., / ; .
4 ........ I
1410-C. A. Boone 100.00
s DEPOSITS . '.' . . . . . 856,961.60 1420-Carl Jansen ......... 100.00
1421-W. H. Smith ....... 100.00 t
1422-M. C. Broom .....:. 75.00 :
.. : .
Total. . . . . . . $949,690.83 1423-J. F. Boxarth ....... 75.00 THE REASON {
; 1424-D J. Spell ......... 7500
1425-R. M. Bennett ....... 90.00 .
." 1426-A. T. Scruggs ...... 65.00 For our continued growth is known to our ; J
u 1427-Wm. Dean .......... 100.00

"" 1429 1428--Dr.Henry P. P.Quarterman Pillans.... 60.00 10.00 depositors. Are you one of them, yet ? r.. t

1430-Phillip Bunn ....... 50.00
1431-0. A. Mcintosh ..... 75.00
1432-G. R. Ramsey ...... 150.00 : iZf B. i i
1433-J.. McLeod ...... 75.00 ; i1
.. 1434-Ed. Donohue ....... 50.00(
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1435-W. A. Edwards u u 'S nn -
UNCLAIMED LETTERSList TONIGHT IS LAUGHING NIGHT 1436-J. H.-Barton- ::::::: 7500: . .. ,. . . . ',. . ...,.. ' . . .. .. . .
1437-A. L. Wright ....... 7500 ' . ,
of letters-remaining uncalledfor side-splitting 1438-teams H. Gordon......Harper.......... 18.00 ..'" :. :-""' :.", ...... . '.." . .,. .. ..., .:.- '" '. ...:.......::;... ,.., " .
Tonight funny J
at Orlando, Fla., a very 1439-Finley. ........ : I' "
in the postoffice signs 2.50 ;
entitled "The Alarm, :
comedy, pro- :l l :
1440-Church Home and
1914. ,
for the week ending July 4th. duced by the Keystone company, will Hospital charity .... 7Bo :- Do _. _.. .. G v.:'.' . II. D t DO'
When calling for same please say be shown at the Lucerne theater, andas 1441-Tom Collin salary.. 20.00 -I.:,'". '. .: .''.:.- . . . .,.'.'. .,J.o.": ....',."'=. '. .. ."' ...... .' ... .I .,.'..;o"...
"advertised?' it is reported by the Moving Pic- June" 2-1442-Stenberit &: Ohae .... 8.00 /;. : 'i -... .. : .. :': :. :" : '.' .". :..... '".. .;' ..-...',' .....: :.. '
O'NEAL P. M. 1443-R. L. Holland, 60.50 ."
: W..R. reps. .. ..
t ture World and other film magazinesto 1444-F. Langenbach, reps. 11.00 ' ..
Men's List-Britton, J. R.; Flem- be one of the funniest comedies, 1445-W. E. Long teams.. 2700 ... .

John ming;, Hatfield Leon; Hill, James, C.; H.Hammond; Hall, ,Son Al- those should who be 'sure appreciate to see it.a good laugh """ 1447 1446-0.-Hyer Telephone&: Davis Co.rent...... 20.00 383 .:;;;,,::;. .'.>' ;. . ;'\.:::. :).rt.c:: :):: '.
1448-M. C. Broom feeding ...
lie N.; Johnson, James; Jack, WilliamA. I So that every child under twelve .. prisoners ............ 11.20 4
.; Lofley, Leonard; Nixon, J.JUT.; years of age can have a good laugh 1449-Young's Rep. Shop.. 430 .

Stevens, A. B.; Warer, S.Frank J. ;Wood Weaver -, without any cost, Mr. Kent has decided "" 1450 1451-0.-Wannan's Elec L. Rep.&: Sup.Shop.Co. 2.80 140 1473-Curtis &: O'Neal .... 2.551 Police expense ____________ 1,132.19 Fire Department equipment 29.00
0. T.; Williams, ; to allow them all in free at the 1452-Pierce Elec. Co...... 1.50 1474-Tampa Tribune Co... 773 Sanitary Department exp.__ 1,731.82 Furniture and fixtures _____ 64.23
A. evening performances. Remember, it 1453-Jos. Bumby Hdw. Co. 18.95 1475-Reporter-Star Pub. Co 10.39 __________ Street equipm't 1,257.50
Water and Department
5Women's lights 1,381.47City
India .....
List-Boyd, Mrs. ; 1454 Oscar ... 1476-E. C. McDowell 2.70
in the Hand & Co. 3.60
f l Mabelle Beasley, Mrs. will cost the children nothing .. 1455-A. L. Beck Lbr.: Co.. 7.50 June26-1477-Curtis &: ONeal.... 40.00. Office exp ___________ 821.95 Surface drainage system__ 36.63
Bradley Miss ; evening. 1456-Macy Wagon Co..... 15.50 1478-Kelly Springfield Cemetery expense _________ 347.77 Damages, awards and judg-
L W. A.; Butler, Mrs. W. J.; Cummings Mrs. Daisy Two other good reels will be shown June 6-1457-E. F. Sperry ....... 216.47 Roller Co.. steam.roller..... 1,000.00 Charity _____ ___________ 139.36 ments __________________ 42.70
Mrs.Harris Francis, Miss; Carrington Frances; ,Jones, Miss also, and the bill is certainly a good June 10-1458-new Orange clay Co.road, part......of. 251.16 June27-1480-State 1479-Ml'I. Whitman Bank, mt...... 500.00 105.46 Miscellaneous expense- _____ 36.13 City maps _______________ 276.45
; Rath Morgan, one.If 1459-R. L. Holland ....... 1.00 1481-E. F. Sperry ....... 172.10 Salaries, Mayor, Commis- Repairs and improvements.. 358.88
Leeds, Mrs. ; take of
Wilma children
the advantage
; _____________ 120.81Brick
., Mrs. Mary S.; Prescott, Mrs. D. W.; this free show tonight, there will 1461-W.1460-Tampa&: L.Tribune E. Gurley.6.20'Co. 29.95 Total ...........................$ 5,218.11 sioners and City Solicitor 1,115.00 Streets bond signs advances _______ 96.37
__________
Miss Estella Peeples, Sallie; the ** ....... Street sweeping 556.70
; be of them during 1462-J. B. Lawton
Preston, Mrs. Darella Wesley, Mrs. probably more 1463-T. P. Robinson ...... 7.00 5.00 April .............................110,44669 Sewer advances ___________ 1,406.31 Bond interests ____________ 4,595.27
Wesley. ; Sarah Wal- warm weather. June 13-1464-E. F. Sperry ........ 240.38June May ........... .................. 5,229.97June Real estate _______________ 28.08 Refunding ________________ 4.40
Darnella; Wood, Mrs. EtheL; 16-0. W. &: L. Co............ 1.00 ............................. 5,218.11Total Park lands and 708.18 Drainage wells ____________ 795.12

lace, Miss. Willie; Robinson-, Cow Peas at F. F. Button's for San- June" 20-1466 1467--So.E. F.Fla.Sperry Foundry............. 230.59 43.80 ...........................$20,894.17The Plumbing and dairy improvem'ts inspection Electric inspector's submitted exp.____ 7.00
ford Fla. Write phone prices.
Position as nurse in con- or June 22-1468-J. A. McLeod ...... 10.00 amounts of above warrantswere equipment __________ 21.05 Respectfully JANSEN Clerk.
4 WANTED- 519tf. 1469-Mrs. F. H. Shine .... 11.70 CARL City
finement cases, general nursing or 1470-B. M. Robinson ..... distributed as follows: Plumbing and dairy inspec-
Best references. Phone -- June23-1471-A. C. L. R. R....... 214.80 50.00 I Streets and sidewalks______$2,206.71 tion expenses ___________ 225.00
housekeeper.515. 7.8-5t Try the Sentinel Job Department 1472-Cam &: 0'Berry ..... 13.05 Fire Department exp______ 1,252.69 Donations ________________ 100.00 Phone 444. Auto Livery. 4-25-tf []

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HEAVY RATINE SKIRTS, a beautiful quality -
DRESSES that speak of summer. Imagine .
NEW
cool summer dress made of a beautiful and nicely made, with wide flounce pric$6 00 LADIES HAND BAGS. This was an exceptional
a ed at . . . . . . . . . . . . . : and will give the
you
Voile, which comes in such delightful purchase we

shades, striped with other tones.. It has advantage of our good luck in getting them

the Russian Tunic, almost to foot of About 100 in all, in 6 styles all white,
iI new 29
NEW ENGLISH CREPE SKIRTS with Russian
c.
= skirt and priced at. . . . . . . . . . $7.50 worth up to $1.00. EXTA SPECIAL . .
Tunic, well made, and the very latest

N styles. See this one at. . . . to . . . $D.5U

< VOILE DRESSES, the best dresses for the

money that the year has seen; best in ma-
SHIRTS FOR MEN. DINING ROOM CHAIRS, in Early English and
terial, in making, in fit and in style. Made

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

with Grenedine and Net, has long 12.00 new designs, Coat Styles. These goods are and must be seen to be appreciated.
pleated Tunic, and priced at . . . . . .
t the famous guaranteed Emery Shirts, the

colors are guaranteed fast, priced at $1.00

,and . . . . . . . . . . to. . . . . $1.50
SEE THESE SMART SKIRTS FOR WOMEN.

NEW LINE OF REFRIGERATORS AND ICE
WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, nicely made with d
I Peplum. Priced at . . . . . . . . . . .pl.f 50 SILK :SHIRTS FOR MEN. Men will be BOXES, all sizes and kinds, and at prices
quick to appreciate the style and value
a f that will make them sell. i iL
here. We have the most attractive line

shown in the city and priced at

WHITE RATINE SKIRTS, just received, a $3.50 and . . . . . . . . . . . .$4.00,3. . .00
4 beautiful new line, the very latest styleswith

Peplum . . . . . . . . . . . . p2.00t
TRUNKS. We are showing the largest and
UMBRELLAS FOR MEN AND LADIES.
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, 98 f

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