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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
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Publication Date: July 9, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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VOLUME TWO ...\ ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 9,1914. NUMBER 128.

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NER'S INQUEST CAUSEDWOMAN'S IN RECONSTRUCTIONTO REORGANIZATION OF CHIEF TO CHANGEHIS
[EUROPE[ FILTERED T[ [D

ARRESTPBP11OW1M1ER THE EXTENTOF CONSTITUTIONALISTGOVERNMENT PROGRAM

$700
Fate of, Customs Headquarters Bills Orlando Water and Light Company

Still in Doubt-Treasury Opposes Awards Contract for Filtration LATEST 1 MOVE Y[ MEANS RECOGNITION[

1 I I. Latest Proposition SETTLE MIR SMINOlE: II WEEK[[ [EACH ONE MADE SOME CONCESSIONS Plant to Hamilton JohnsonAs

TESTIMONY SHOWS WOMAN BY THE UNITED STATES AND

FIRED SHOT THAT KILLED I Washington, .Juyl 8.-The senate I soon as the new filtration plant MEDIATION POWERS, WITH
continued its work today on the sun- NO CHANGE MADE IN ASSESSMENT CARRANZA WILL DROP A FEW that the Orlando Water and Light
NOTED SOCIETY LEADER- ABILITY TO BORROW MONEY
dry civil service appropraitions bill, ROLLS BY COMMISSIONERS LEADERS WHO ARE OBNOXIOUS company will construct at Lake High-
MRS. CARMAN LOCKED UP AND SECURE ARMS
to which yesterday was added by AND ADJOURNMENT TO VILLA AND VILLA land is complete, the water used in FROM

BEARING NEXT MONDAY unanimous vote an amendment cre- YESTERDAY ACKNOWLEDGES CAR. I this city, already remarkably pure, ABROAD '

i. ating a new customs district in Flor- I will be thoroughly filtered. The contract -
I AFTERNOON RANZA AS CHIEF I
Freeport, N. Y., July a-(Special.) ida, with Tampa as headquarters.The for the erection of the filtration New York, July 8.Special.Villa ( .)-

-Mrs. Florence Conklin Carman was new district would comprise the I I plant has been awarded to Mr. Ham- has persuaded Carranza to hur-

arrested at her home today charged 'counties of Hillsborough, Polk, Lee, Yesterday the board of county com- El Paso, Tex., July 8.-Reconstruction : ilton Johnson, and the work will be- ry rebel delegates to the United

with murdering Mrs. Lula Bailey at DeSoto, :Manatee, Pinellas, Osceola, missioners completed their work and of constitutionalist govern- gin at once.Regarding. States for a conference with the

Hempstead on the night of June 30th. Lake, Pasco, Hernando, Citrus, Sum- adjourned, what promised to be a mental machinery in Chihuahua will this important work, Huerta envoys regarding the reor-

She,was taken to the Mineola jail and ter. The three ports in the district long session ending sooner than ex- begin immediately as a result of the President J. M. Cheney of the water ganization and pacification of Mexico.

held' without bail for examination 'would be Tampa, Boca' Grande and pected Because the board found the settlement of the Carranza-Villa dis- company yesterday gave out the following -i This[ conclusion was made public today -

Monday morning. She was arrestedin Punta Gorda. I tax assessments needed no equalization. pute. Villa recognizes Carranza as statement: after a conference with Da Gama

the room in "which Mrs. Bailey When the sundry civil bill, which "first chief" of the constitutionalists. The contract to construct the filter- and Suarez, the two mediators who

died, the private office of her hus- has already been through the house, H. H. Dickson, president, and W. R. Carranza officials ousted from office ing intake at Highland lake has been met informally at the Astor hotel.

band. I is completed'in its amended form in O'Neal, secretary, of the Fair associa- in Juarez and other Chihuahua given to Mr. Hamilton Johnson. Neither minister would discuss the

4 the senate, it will go to the house for tion, appeared before the board and cities by the Villa faction will be reinstated -
Mrs. Carman made no outcry and The contract between the conversation, but it was learned else-
It is not known what asked aid in the track. companyand
rebuilding to Carranza
caused concurrence. race according agents
no furore when arrested, but the city required an intake with where authoritatively that the media-
will be the fate of the amendment relating The commissioners voted to aid the here today. Such action would mean
, she collapsed. like a woman stricken. copper screening but the company of- tors were called together because ofa
to the customs district. Congressman association to the extent of $700, the restoring of federal telegraph and
Throngs automobiles and afoot fered to substitute a plan which added message from Minister Naon, who
is all in either in labor lines in Chihuahua to the
Sparkman doing or money.A railway con-
crowded the street in front of the the filtering feature. had been advised by Secretary Bryanof
his power, assisted by other membersof final settlement with Seminole trol of Carranza appointees. Most of
Carman home, when it was learned new developments in Mexi o.Br.an's .
the Florida delegation, to smooth county of all financial differences these men are among the twenty-four Some pressure was brought to bear
the arrest would be made, to get a when the message to Naon was said to
the way for its acceptance by the I arising because of the division of the Carranza officials held as virtual pris- contract was made requir-
glimpse of the prisoner. Upon her contain advices from Mexico that at
house. authorized the board in Chihuahua the ing the water to be filtered but the
I county was by oners City by Villa
arrival at the jail, Mrs. Carman was the recent conference between Villa
The is and the committee which has company objected on the ground thatno
taken where I i treasury department opposedto had this authorities since the breach.At and Carranza Villa
to the warden's office, of filtration in could representatives,
the amendment. matter in charge all along least three Carranza officials system use
was au-
her pedigree was taken, and then con- be had convinced the Carranzistas that
to the conditions found in
> the senate finance thorized to draw the 'will the demands applied
Meanwhile com- necessary war- resign, owing to I
signed to a cell. the constitutionalists should send
The
mittee, has, not acted on Sparkman'shouse rant to close up the matter. The made by Villa's delegates. Isidro Highland water. problem was to Falls
What doubt there has existed here- the water representatives to Niagara as
bill to remove the customs committee consists of the chairmanof Fabela, minister of communicationsin get through filtering mate-
tofore that woman would be arrested rial without undue the soon as possible.
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headquarters from ,Jacksonville to the board of county commissioners, the Carranza cabinet; Alfredo Bre- pressure, as
for the murder was dispelled utterly vegetable matter in the water when Villa is said to have pointed out
Tampa. Hon. M. 0. Overstreet, Clerk of Cir- ceda, one of Carranza's special agents
at the final session of the coro- forced will filter and that such action would result in the
through clog
Senator Fletcher Leaves for EuropeOn cuit Court B. M. Robinson, and Attorney in Washington, and Gen. Isidro Tre- any
ner's this morning. The 1'I establishment of a provisional
inquest motive render it useless.
his order to combat Carl Robinson. chief of the gov-
I physician's They hope to vino, of staff constitutionalist -
supplied by Gaston Boisson- ernment that will be recognized immediately -
was I a fever which has tackled him every make the final settlement this week. I I leader, will be removed, according -! The present plan was the result of
ault, the who sold Mrs. Carmana by the United States and
man afternoon for a good many days, Senator On account of the extra work that to well informed constitu- much investigation and study and

dictograph. Ellswood Bardes, am! Fletcher of Florida left at three now falls upon the supervisor .of registration tionalists in El Paso.It 'was at last put in shape by Mr. Ham- the A. B. C. powers, and would, there-

insurance peddler, supplied the necessary o'clock this afternoon for New Yrk, I his monthly salary was is reported that Rafael Zubaran ilton Johnson, who drew the working fore, be in position to obtain loans
link in the chain. On the I from abroad. Villa argued that as
and will sail ,thence tomorrow on the I raised to $40 per month. Campany, special ,representative' of plans as accepted by the city authori-
stand Bardes testified that he heard soon as the new government estab-
,steamer Adriatic for Queenstown. He ,' The recommendation of the school Carranza in Washington, may also ties. Mr. Johnson is an engineer of
the shot fired looked and hat- lished its independence, through negotiations -
say a will be gone about a month. Mrs. I'I board at Tuesday's session that an resign, as the Villa faction is bitter large experience in hydraulic cement
less in dark skirt' and I with the four American
woman light Fletcher is with him. They will stop extra three mill assessment be levied 'against him. In return for these con- work and his plans are complete and
waist from the Win- it would be recognized by the
walking away three days with their daughter at i i in Orlando sub school district to care I II cessions on Carranza's part, Villa has comprehensive.When powers,
dow. That to convinceall rest of the world.
was enough Dublin, Ireland, and will go from for the school bonds sinking fund and acknowledged absolute subordinationto completed the intake will bea
that Mrs Carman would I I
present there to London and Paris, where the interest, was carried out and the com- him, according to messages from cement structure resembling a large Naon telegraphed Bryan's messageto

be arrested. Bardes was taken in senator will attend the Conference of missioners made the assessment.The i Torreon. Whether Gen. Felipe Angeles room with many windows. Each win- New York while on his way from

custody as a material witness. I Municipal and Civic Leaders. chairman of the Osceola'county chief of artillery under Villa, will dow is a filter bed that can be removed Niagara Falls to Washington, wherehe

board of county commissioners ap- be expelled from the constitutionalist ) at will and recharged.The will confer with the Mexican del-

i Witness Saw Woman Running Away I THE 'WEATHER peared before the board and prom- ranks by Carranza's order, still wasa water will filter into the intake egation and others concerned. Naonis
,Freeport, N. Y., July 8.-The inquest I said to have stated that constitu-
ised that if Orange county would of
matter conjecture. the windows
through
through passing
Florida Local thunder showers ,
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into the death of Mrs. Louise ;
I tionalist representatives will soon be
to the Osceola line that the surface
While
county everythingseems
j pave on several inches of powdered charcoaland
and
Friday.
Thursday probably
Bailey, mysteriously murdered on the on the and he expeced to an-
county would do its part and pave peaceful there is growing con- other material, which will effectually way
of June in the office of Dr. I
night 30
nounce the meeting place in the next
with brick from Kissimmee north to viction on both sides here that the eliminate all vegetable mat-
Edwin Carman, a practicing physician BASEBALL RESULTS the Orange county line. Chairman is only Villais day or two.ROCKEEELLER.
adjustment temporary. I ter and germs and give Orlando water
here, was closed shortly before American League Leslie was accompanied by Hon. W. sending his brigades northward that is practically chemically pure.
noon ,today. No verdict was imme- New York 7 Cleveland 1. GUARDED ON
,
I J. Sears, of Kissimmee, the nomineefor from Torreon ostensibly to recuperate. It is an imitation of nature's process
diately announced but one was,.expected Boston 2-4, Chicago 4-5. congress from this district. .of filtration.By 75th BIRTHDAY

later in the day. Washington 5, St. Louis 6.

Dlswood Bardes, a new witness, 'Philadelphia 3, Detroit 0. an ingenious system of double Tarrytown, N. Y., July 8.-Spe-(

testified just before the hearing closed National League ORlANDO TO HAVE ANOTHR[ fiNE S SOME[ GOOD BAll GAMES NEXT when gates a no filtering unfiltered gate water is taken can out get for in cial.-John D. Rockefeller today

that he had he Pittsburg 7, Philadelphia 10.
seen a woman was un- spent his seventy-fifth birthday a vir-
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able to identify, running away from Cincinnati 6, Brooklyn 5. BUILDING WEEK refilling.All tual prisoner in Pocantico county

the doctor's office shortly after the St Louis 4, New York 3. this looks simple enough, but Armed guards stood at each of the

shot which killed Mrs. Bailey was Chicago 4, Boston 7. I like most easy solutions of such! : seven gates as 'they have stood since

fired. She wore a dark skirt and Federal League Odd Fellows and Red Men Will Probably Loughman and Palatka Arranging to : problems it was only arrived at after the recent I. W. W. demonstration

whte shirt waistWitnesses Chicago 5, Kansas City 1. Build Next Year on Play a Series of Three a long study of the conditions to be against the oil king, because of his
overcome and is an invention that i is
testifying at previous Brooklyn 6-4, Baltimore 43. alleged responsibility for the ill treatment
Orange Avenue Games Here
of the utmost value because of its
sessions of the inquest swore, that Indianapolis 3, St. Louis, 6. of working men in the Colorado
simplicity. It is in fact a scientific
Buffalo 5 Pittsburg 1. i
Mrs. Carman was thus garbed on,the coal fields. The guards were excep-
Southern League The prospects are that early next Continued rainy Thursday after- solution of a problem that has vexed
I
night of the murder. She has main- tionally vigilant today because of the

tained, however, that she was dressedin Memphis 4, Birmingham 2. year Orange avenue will have a fine noons have somewhat discouraged the experts for many years, viz., how to fear that I. W. W. sympathizers
Montgomery 9, Chattanooga 2. local ball team and no is scheduled filter out the vegetable matter in soft
a kimono and in her bed room. addition to its many attractive busi- game might attempt another demonstrationor
Atlanta 3-4, Mobile 04. Second for tomorrow afternoon, and spring water.
In this connection Mrs. Carman ness structures. The Odd Fellows even a personal attack on Roekefeller's -

was borne out.on the stand today by game called in seventh inning; dark- and Red Men own a valuable piece of probably few more games will be Many filters that will take out clay, birthday. All visitors without

played this summer. Financially the silt, etc., have been perfected, but it
Elizabeth.Gaston credentials excluded.P. .
her young daughter, ness.Nashville property, fronting on Orange avenue proper were
Biossonault manager of the 5, New Orleans 3. team has lost money on account of : has taken nature to filter water like
more than sixty feet, between Church 1
South Atlantic League inability to play after teams were ours.
detective division of a company which and Jackson streets, and extending 0. ROBBERS HELD FOR U. S.
manufactures telephone devices to Augusta 4, Macon 1. 210 feet through the block to Boone brought here, rain having prevented Highland lake water is known COURT

record conversations, testified todayat Albany 1, Charleston 0. street games in a number of instances. I among scientists as the nearest chemically -

Savannah 4, Columbus 3. Next week, however, Orlando fans water served to any city
the inqueslEolssl1nault's pure Arthur, Tim and Elijah Jackson,
It is here that these two popular I
installed a Jacksonville 4, Columbia 2. will probably have a chance to wit- in the world. Analysis shows the remarkable -
company fraternal orders are considering the I Florzell Mizell and Sidney Adams, all
device in Dr. Carman's of- ness some good games between fact that it shows a better
telephone building of a'handsome building not colored, were given a preliminary
fice some time before the murder, at j home and outside. She asked the only to house their lodge rooms but Loughman and Palatka, a series hav- :analysis than the famous Poland hearing yesterday morning before U.

the order of Mrs. Carman. The wit- I witness whether he could furnish de- the lower floors to be used as business ing been arranged for three days, Springs water. When it is filtered S. Commissioner Wilber L. Tilden on

ness told of the first call of Mrs. Car- tectives to follow him. I buildings. No definite plans Wednesday, Thursday' and Friday. and the slight amount of vegetable the charge of robbing the Tangerine
very
She first said she Mrs. Carman and her mother called Orlando has been selected as a half matter it naturally contains is out
maw at his office. I I I have been considered but it is prac- postoffice about three weeks ago.
was a dressmaker, then admitted her I upon him next on May 25, said the'. tically certain that the building will way meeting point for the two teams ', Orlando can of a certainty challenge Terrell and Adams were released

identity, adding that she had. many I I witness., Mrs. Carman told him she '! be constructed next year. and good games are expected. Lough :the world to equal its city water. by the commissioner, but the three

domestic troubles and wanted to hear was "satisfied" and that she had been I I man has been winning almost every- ; The work of construction will com- Jacksons, who are brothers, were

1 what went on in her husband's "of- keeping a diary record of everythingshe I What a few years ago was the where they have played and Palatka mence at once.JAMAICA placed under $500 bail each to appear -
most aristicratic boarding house in boasts that its team is just about the I
19. 'The wit- heard over the instrument. ,He
fice. This was on May before the federal grand jury at
the city, known as the "Avenue, is best in the state. I I
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said the 'said she had some difficulty in hear-
ness arrargements for ren- GINGER IS BOOZE IN Tampa on the second Monday in Feb
lcated the Odd Fellows and RedMen's
tal of the instrument were made that ing all that went on in the doctor's I on } KANSAS ruary, 1915. The bail was given by
property, and a boarding house ANIMAL TRAINER KILLED BY
office because the doctor and his wo- i
day their father, Jack Jackson, of Ocoee,
is still conducted there. The plans
On: the same day Mrs. Carman men patients sometimes whispered. : TWO LIONS 8.-Jamaica and they were released from custody., <
I. for building will necessarily requirethe J I Topeka, Kai, July
made plansto take her husband away Elizabeth Carman, twelve years The defendants were represented-
under the ban in
down removal of this ginger was placed
tearing or Mich. 8.-
Mount Clemens, July
instrument old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Car-
for ,two days while the when the state before the commissioner by Attorney
*. testified that directly after the building. Jacob Lorenzo, of Philadelphia, an Kansas today supreme Postofficet
'waY being installed: man, 1 I court held that it is intoxicating and Carl Robinson, while : In-
trainer died here today as
The witness said Mrs. Carman had shot was fired I she ran upstairs and' animal who sells it be spector H. L. Connor and Deputy U, ,}

; 1; told him about'seeing a nurse kiss. saw her mother, her aunt and her y I Everything you need in the book, the result of a vicious attack by two prosecuted that a druggist for violation of the may prohi- S. Marshal S. Rennolds prosecutedfor

there. Her mother she and music line at Curtis young lions owned by a street carni-
: Ar.;;Cannaq and that she knew her grandmother stationary bition law. the government ,

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New York, July 8.-The Chicago Montreal, July 7.-The judgment of transport Sherman, en route from

Cubs seem to be considerably among the commission which inquired into Manila to San Francisco, with 1,100

those present during the last week the wreck of the Empress of Ireland persons aboard, has been kept from '

: or two, and the Giants, who had figured will be delivered next Saturday morn- leaving this port as soon as expectedby M GRAND THEATREt

"4 I that the 1914 National League ing, according to advices today from the appeal of 250 discharged sol-

bunting was won, (have awakened Quebec. The collier Storstad, 'which diers who were anxious to reach their

to find that the old Chicago peril rammed and sunk the Empress in the homes in the states and expected to

hovers over them again. St. Lawrence river on May 29, was board the Sherman.

Hank O'Day, after getting awayto sold today in the admiralty court for When the Sherman arrived it was SPOT IN THE TOWN i !

a poor start seems to have his $175,000. It is understood the pur- found that she had room for only

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machine like regularity that made The Storstad was seld as securityfor federal regulations for safety at sea.

the 1906 Cubs famous, and barring damages in the $2,000,000 action Realizing that they would have to Y

s I I accidents, the Chicago outfit may yet brought by the Canadian Pacific Rail- wait a month longer if the Sherman.

rise up and horn its way into the way company, owners of the Empress sailed without them the soldiers madea "Pathe Daily News." See it day.

world's, series. against the collier's owners. vigorous appeal to army officialsand every
i The Giants have lead that She wilr be released as soon as the
a some a request has been cabled to "
persons may term commanding, but purchase money is paid into court the war department in Washingtonfor "The Scar, a Biograph drama. Who ever saw a poor

it's nothing to get ovejrconfiden pending further litigation. permission to allow the Shermanto Biograph?

about. It's a lead that a week or I carry 220 passengers in excess of ,
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give a mus-
so of hard luck may chip away, andI regulations. The transport was wait- "
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literary Chapter AT THF PHI F
with the end of the season still eleven ing today for a reply. JIM NORTU r
1 weeks off there js every reason for House Thursday evening, July 9,from iMJlinl HI IIIL lULL, turing Bobby Connelly,

seven till ten. Ice cream and cake Teft Johnson Dorothy Kelly and You can't beat them
the Cubs to feel hopeful about the sale. All invited. 7-7-3t Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-ti "Shep/1 ,
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ultimate outcome of the race as it
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The best part of the Cub uprising one reel feature.
Next Session Open September the 23rd.1914
r is the fact that the entire team now TALLAHASSEE.

willingly concedes to Hank the job opportunity The University for the of liberal Florida and otters professional excellent "BRONCUO BIllY GUN MAN an Essanay featuring Mr, G. M.Anderson. .

of leader, and instead of pulling about education of Florida young men at the actual College of Arts and Sciences, Normal School .
cost of living. High moral tone.Scholarly with Kindergarten Department School of Music ,
ten different ways the gang is pul- faculty. Beautiful buildings. Attractive Cam- School of Art School of Exprtssion,Home

.. ling together for Hank-and for vic pus.endanc Nearly during 300 the per past cent three increase years.in Lead-at- vision.Economics.Beautiful Department location with beautiful Extension buildingsand Di- A "Truly Grand" bill with a guarantee. We ask you to see this show.
3 ers in Athletics and other' forms of student first-class equipment throughout Tuition
tory.Earlier acivities. Send for cata1o ue. free. Other expenses very low. For informa- '
in the year when the Cubs A. A. MURPHREE Pres. tion address, EDWARD CONRADI Pres. THAT ORCHESTRA
were going like a lame and spavined .
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Leach and Frank Schulte, in whose JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYlINCOLN CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.
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bee, didn't exert themselves' HULLEY, Ph. D., litt.. D., LL. D., President Friday, July loth-"Brewster's Millions," in five big parts.

,overly much according to reports. THE BEST SCHOOL Too $& FOR YOUR CHILDREN
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manager, he would be deposed soon- 17 University Buildings College of Law
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one of the trio. So why work your $10,000 Pipe Organ School of Music
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
Statement of the Condition of the
head off to win games, when by losing Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal SchoolSeparate
them it about the Dormitories for and Careful administration ,
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bition of every major league ball JOHN B, STETSON UNIVERSITY.DELAND, FORIDAJilllililMMMMMMIMiilimmillilllllMlllli

player. Orlando, Fla.,
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ty took notice of the process. The
Cub twirlers began pitching in real Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,51136

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working with machine-like regularity, Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . ;. 26,01833

": and the whole gang began hitting like Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

fiends. From a position near the bottom Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . .'. . . 291,393 48

'; of the heap the Cubs shot up
$724,185 88
behind the first Giants and
f just place ,
seemed untired by the pace. They and most up-to-date hotel in I II LIABILITIES.

t continued to play at a .700 clip,.and Canton. Situated Capital Stock . . . . . . . . II . . . . . $100,000 00
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tlthough they since have received a Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

couple of setbacks, they seem to have i iI I ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River i Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

the power to do a real "come back" Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

and remain in the come back position | Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

right to the October tape. Due ,to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,555 06
* tern North Carolina. Open July first.

- Hank isn't making pennant' pre- $72J,185 88
dictions, but his bunch has become

fired with the idea of landing on top Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393

. of the heap, and right now they are Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89

as much "pep" as any team in the McFADYEN e
: big leagues. Hank's pitching staffis MRS. J. R. > Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

a bit weak. He needs one seasoned Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

., reliable pitcher to bolster it up, and 6-JO-d&w CANTON N. C.I11111111111111111111I1111111111111111111111111111111. Deposits on June 30, 1914 .'. II II. . . II. 582,66919
he needs a hard hitting addition to ,

his outfield. Given this pair-for INCREASE II. . II . . . $51,91118
which he is searching day and

night-and the Chicago fans may yet The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto

count on the privilege of seeing a "STARYINflUEATII"Was persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

world's series combat stage in their treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

home town. Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

Quit a number of our best little safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

baseball experts are conceeding the Mrs. Bell of Florida When ** .
> >Mt Wiiiffff "I####'#"
pennant to the Giants, but it seems ..: IIIIIIIIII; :

quite a bit too early for making suchan She Began Taking Peruna."Yes .
award. Even if the Cubs uplift -
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does 't last, the Pirates still look 1- was starving to death" we heard from her, December 1912,
said Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce. she was still a friend of Peruna.
dangerous. And the Reds may recover -
Florida, Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof For Sale
from their slump of the past take Peruna. "I could not eat any- the stomach, see Ills of Life sent /
three weeks, the Phillies aren't figured thing. If I swallowed anything itloured free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus, _
in the pennant fight, but they may on my stomach. My stomach Ohio t
bowels The stomach and bowels are lined
was very much swollen. My
?, be able to wallop the Giants enough acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are Modern 8-room i i
during the rest of the season to give was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the sameas
j some other team a chance to close doctors had been employed but gave the nose and throat. Catarrh of House 2 doors
the that divides the Giants me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derangethe
up gap
growing worse. functions of these organs. The
and their nearest rivals. stomach can no longer digest food. west of Wyoming load
I Was In Despair. Just arrived car
: * The food lying in the stomach, even
The Boston Braves seem to be cob- In my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion Hotel. Bargain for immediate -
straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro FORDS
ing along at a pretty good gait, too. some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation.

There isn't one chance in a hundred testimonial from a woman whohad Food Sours In the Stomach delivery.Get .
that the but been troubled much like myself. I
they'll grab pennant,
concluded to try Peruna. A portion of the undigested meal is
they may do a number of stunts that absorbed into the system by the blood
nowF.
I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At ( yours
will considerably gum up the pennant vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe A. L Bentley,
the same time I wrote to Dr.
whole system, producing a coadi-
situation. The Braves have habitof
a Hartman. He pronounced my case Hon now known as autointoxication; AVENUE G. RUSH,
turning into the strtch during the catarrh of the stomach and bowels.I self poisoning. The fermenting, irri- 10 L AMELIA

final weeks of the campaign and beat- soon began taking Peruna. At tating mass as it passes down into ,." Phone 226
: 141111111111111111111
ing everything in sight, and who once I began to improve. After taking the bowels irritates the bowels, pro-
half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
knows but what they will turn upon improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the very opposite lift
) IIIHIHIIIUHIIO
7 the Giants pretty shortly and soak I Began to Recover. constipation. $

them amidships with such force as Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine SUMMER TIME IS
the food.
to considerably weaken the clutch the to narrate In detail her rapid Im- helps to artificially digest .
Even when such medicine does its
Giants have the first of the provement and final recovery. She
on rung of Pe- work it is only temporary. A perma- FLY TIMEAre
bottles
Bald "After taking two
t ladder? ment relief can only be expected when
Tuna I was strong enough to stand up those windows screened -
catarrh is overcome.
to wash the dishes. When she began the 1
sx --
The Palatka Item shows up the taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The yet? Patented detach- Fr

hard times under the Roosevelt ad- pounds. After she had taken five I symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all
bottles of Peruna she weighed 122. stomach are: First heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need-
'
ministration, and the Big Bull Moose .pounds. She concludes by saying I' food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on
will feel real bad when he reads the that she is wellIt Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavy when washing windows.
x Monday issue. Was Twelve Years Ago. i feeling after eating. Fifth stomach
of Sixth, palpitation -
belching
gas.
bloated
o The letter from which the above R.J.WALDRONCoBtradK
of heart. Seventh, poor digestion I
Quotation were made was received
FOR SALE
have dyspepsia. Eighth, and Builder ,
: ,
In later letter,
29 190L
a
January brown. Ninth, WOOD COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico
coated light aw.eet
Georgia peaches, wholesale or retail written September 11. 190<<. she says,' tongue 410 West StreetMMIMIMMMMMMMI j jU at
tenderness over pit of stomach. strand Hand'sCoal iaEi-slips! 5L75 per 1,000.
Fresh every day. Also have 1 sing the praises of Penma far and cannot bear tight clothes Wood, $1.50 a up. n Cash.
Apopka Plant
I fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, atXing's near. It is used a great deal in our Tenth around, waist :' Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Co., Apopka, Fla. 5.24tf
vicinity. This seems to be a bad
store 47 West Church
' grocery ,
play for catarrh We have received People who object to liquid -
street. The Georgia Man, letten treat her abet. The last time sine can now obtain Perms T.... Read the advertisements daily. Job printing at the Sentinel Subscribe for the Se aeI.h tit.



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DAILY SPORT LETTERBy FOR EMPRESS SOLDIERS

WRECK WILL BE KNOWN HOME

( Frank G. Menke) SATURDAY '

Honolulu, T.'H., July

New York, July 8.-The Chicago Montreal, July .-The judgment of transport Sherman,
r: V Cubs seem to be considerably among the commission which inquired into Manila to San

t those present during the last week the wreck of the Empress of Ireland persons aboard, has

or two, and the Giants, who had figured : will be delivered next Saturday morn- leaving this port as

that the 1914 National League ing, according to advices today from by the appeal of 250 f

V bunting teas won, have( awakenedto Quebec. The collier Storstad, which diers who were anxious

find that the old Chicago perils rammed and sunk the Empress in the homes in the states

hovers over them again. St. Lawrence river on May 29, was board the Sherman.

Hank O'Day, after getting away sold today in the admiralty court for When the Sherman I

to a poor start seems to have his $175,000. It is understood the pur- found that she had
:
gang working with almost the ,same chasers were the original owners. thirty more

machine like regularity that made The Storstad was seld as securityfor federal regulations for

the 1906 Cubs famous, and barring damages in the $2,000,000 action I Realizing that they

accidents, the Chicago outfit may yet brought by the Canadian Pacific Railway wait a month 'longer if

5 rise up and horn its way into thworld's company, owners of the Empress sailed without them the

j series. against the collier's owners. a vigorous appeal to

r The Giants have a lead that some She will be released as soon as the and a request has

persons may term commanding, but purchase money is paid into court the war department

it's nothing to get overconfident pending further litigation. for permission to

about. It's a lead that a week or to carry 220
St. Cecilia's Guild will give a mus-
i so of hard luck may chip away, and regulations. The
ical and literary social at the Chapter \
with the end of the season still eleven ing today for a reply. [ ;:
k House Thursday evening, July 9,from
weeks off there as every reason for
till ten. Ice and cake
seven cream
the I
the Cubs to feel hopeful about Phone 444, Auto
}
sale. All invited. 7-7-3t
one are
4 ultimate outcome of the race as i it
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concerns them. THE STATE UNIVERSITY (FLORIDA STATE
*
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. FOR '
.: ,The best part of the Cub uprising;
Next Session Opens September the 23rd.1)11
is the fact that the entire team now
The University of Florida offers excellent
< willingly concedes to Hank the job opportunity for the liberal and professional
'k of leader, and instead of pulling about education of Florida young men at the actual College of Arts and
cost of living. High moral tone.Scholarly with Kindergarten
:ten different ways the gang is pulling faculty. Beautiful buildings. Attractive Cam- sic. School of Art School of
pus. Nearly 300 per cent increase in at- Economics. Department
together for Hank-and for vic- endance during the past three years. Lead- vision. Beautiful location
vrl' ers in Athletics and other forms of student and first-class equipment
tory.Earlier acivities. Send for catalogue.A. free. Other expenses very
z in the year when the Cubs A. MURPHREE, Pres. tion address, EDWARD

were going like a lame and spavined .- .. -- _.

r.; mule, Roger Breshnehan, Mommy;

Leach and Frank Schulte, in whose ,
JOHN B. STETSON
:
bonnets there was buzzing the managerial -

bee, didn't exert themselves' LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Lilt. D., LL. D.,

y ,overly much according to reports. THE BEST SCHOOL T ': D'fOR YOUR
'Twas said they figured that if Hank
Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept.
x continued to make a poor showing as 40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal
jc manager, he would be deposed sooner 17 University Buildings College of Law
28 Acre Campus College of Technology

I? ling or the later Cub and reins that would the job be of handed hand- 469$1.000,000 Students Endowment Last Year College Preparatory of Business Academy =; ;:::: : : ; : : ::::::::I::::::::::::::::::::::
23,500 Volumes in Library School of Mechanic
: to one of the trio. ,So why work your (10,000 Pipe Organ School of Music
10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
> head off to win games, when by losing: Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School

:? them it brings about the possibility Separate Dormitories for young men and young women. Careful
and thorough supervision. Christian and not sectarian
_, of your becoming a manager, the ambition For catalog or views, for information,or for room reservation

?; of every major league ball JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DELAND-

C player.
's * *

But all of a sudden the Cubs began

w, to sit up and everybody in the vicini- 1_ -.rY - - - -.... .. . . ..... . . :

;. ty took notice of the process. TheY t

s Cub twirlers began pitching in real ;:
GRAND
'1 form, the infield and outfield began .

working with machine-like regularity, "
t< ., and the whole gang began hitting like "

fiends. From a position near the bottom "

of the heap the Cubs shot upI

just behind the first place Giants, and
Newest and most up-to-date T.11.
seemed untired by the pace. They

-ff continued to play at a .700 clip and :
I Canton. Situated on Academy
'
V tlthough they since have received a

couple of setbacks, they seem to have ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon :
g V the power to do a real "come back" I

and remain in the comeback position: : Valley. One of the finest views in :
right to the October tape.

i * tern North Carolina. Open July : j

V Hank isn't making pennant. predictions I
but his bunch has become
.
11 k fired with the idea of landing on top] "

1 of the heap, and right now they are "

1.h; as much "pep" as any team in the P MRS. J. R.
; big leagues. Hank's pitching staff

'e is a bit weak. He needs one seasoned

rE reliable pitcher to bolster it up, andy 6-20.d&w' CANTON N. C.

r. he needs a hard hitting addition toe I.II I

his outfield. Given this pair-for
." " " " " ,, ,, ,, ,
'?: f which he is searching day and

night-and the Chicago fans may yet

'\ count on the privilege of seeing a -"STARVIN6 TO
; t world's series combat stage4 in their

,." home town.
:i I Quit a number of our best little

}r baseball experts are conceeding the Was Mrs. Bell of Florida When

I i t pennant to the Giants, but it seems ; ;

quite a bit too early for making such She Began Taking

; an award. Even if the Cubs uplift ,
1 does 't last, the Pirates still look Tea, I- was starving to death" we heard from her 4
: ; Fort Pierce. she was still a friend
dangerous. And the Reds may recover said bars Emma Bell of :
1 Florida, Box 204, "when I began to i For other
;i from their slump of the past take Peruna. 'I could not eat any- of the stomach, see "Ills !

;: three weeks, the Phillies aren't figured thing.. If I swallowed anything It free. Address Peruna s
; in the pennant fight, but they may soured on my stomach. My: stomach Ohio.
:; was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and
I be able to wallop the Giants enough acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous i : : :
during the rest of the season to give was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to
$: some other team a chance to close doctors bad been employed but gave as the nose and : : :
relief. I was continually the stomach and
me no
; up the gap that divides the Giants! growing worse.I the functions of these :
j f and their nearest rivals. stomach can no : :
Was In Despair."In .
. The food lying In the '
despair I caught at every : : :
'it V The Boston Braves seem to be cob- my I for a short time ;
straw. Picking up a newspaper saw immediately sours.
;::I ing along at a pretty good gait, too. some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and
';i There isn't one chance in a hundred testimonial from a woman who-had Food Sours In the !: :
troubled much like myself. I
} that the but been
they'll grab pennant,
. concluded to try Peruna. A portion of the
they may do a number of stunts that absorbed Into the i
I Wrote to Dr. Hartman. j
F i will considerably gum up the pennant vessels of the stomach.
"At the same time I wrote to Dr.: the whole system
g; situation. The Braves have a habit Hartman. He pronounced my case' tion now known as | |
1:;; of turning into the strtch during the catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning. The :
:. final weeks of the campaign and beating I soon began taking Peruna. At tating mass as it
I began to improve. After taking -
once the bowels irritates
everything in sight, and who
half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes a
knows but what they will turn upon improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing

Ri the Giants pretty shortly and soak I Began to Recover. site constipation.

r :0 them amidships with such force as Then this good housewife goes on: The to average artificially i I
to considerably weaken the clutch the to narrate in detail her rapid improvement -1 helps
.1laid. Even when such
Giants have on the first rung of the and final recovery. She work it Is only :
f. "After taking two bottles of Pe-.1
be
ladder? Tuna I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only
I; the catarrh is
: J to wash the dishes." When she began \
, The Palatka Item shows up the taking Peruna she weighed 102' Symptoms of Catarrh
4 After she had taken five of ;
pounds. The symptoms
: hard times under the Roosevelt ad- 122
bottles of Peruna she weighed stomach are: First
; ministration, and the Big Bull Moose pounds. She concludes by saying' ond food rises in !
;i will feel real bad when he reads the that she is well Third sour stomach. ;

, i. Monday issue. It Was Twelve Year Ago. feeling after eating.
belching of
h? 0 The letter from which the above bloated
pitation of heart
quotations were made was received
FOR SALE
I.. January 29. 1SOL In a later letter, gestion have ) I
coated light
.i tongue .
written September 11. 190, she says
Georgia peaches, wholesale or retail tenderness over pit
} "I sins the praises of Peruna far and I
' Also have
Fresh day. bear
every Tenth, cannot '
deal in our
near. It ti used a great
I; fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, at to be bad around waistPeople
a
seems
Tldnlty. This
King's grocery store, 47 West Church who object
place for catarrh. We hare received I ,
street. The Georgia Man, ktttff from her ttoce. The last time cinte can now obtain .



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THE PLAGUE The illuminating letter of the Brit- REMOVAL OF ROYAL MILLS -

) .. :'" ish firm, Kelway & Son, is as follows: COFFEE ROASTING PLANT

le plague surrounds Florida and "The Uniten States governmenteach yur"'P1&
i
knocking for admission at the doorsof Uneeda Biscuit year distributes, by order of con- H. Ohse and D. D. Awde announceto

;:her port cities, says a State Boardof gress, enormous quantities of seeds : their patrons and the public at
Tempt the appetite, large the moving of the Royal Mills
HealthBulletin. please the taste and throughout the United States, free of Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure EOLA PARK POST CARDSWe

The warning sounded by the State nourish the body. cost. Food Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone
Boa PI'of street, next door to Mrs. millinery -
health Soper's
some two months "The orders given are sometimesvery
clean and fresh- have
Crisp, corner of Church and Boone recently received a shipment of
a .s not an empty noise. The 5 cents in the moisture- large, as may be judged from streets, where they will conduct an handsome hand

danger is a real one and the various proof package. the fact that Messrs. Kelway & Son, up to date coffee and tea store. Later colored postals of the new

municipalities of the State should wholesale seed growers and mer- they will handle a full line of spices, park, with a good view of 1he fountain. Also

add their' efforts to those of the chants, of Langport, Somerset (who extracts, baking powders, etc.
of the
one new Methodist in
In making this move they will be black and white ,
Board to ward it off. have for some years been among the better able to serve their customers

The situation at the present date, successful competitors for a portionof than heretofore. Call and try a pack- which can hardly be distinguished fromareal

July 3, is practically this: According this order), have this year received age of their excellent coffees and photograph. Our fine reproduction ofYowell-
teas. Remember the 201 Boone
place,
to the of the United from the United States governmentfrom
reports street; phone 486; or get it from the Duckworth building has proven "best sell
States Public: health Service, twenty- Washington an order for flower wagon at your door. Purity, fresh- "

seven cases of plague, in one form or seeds and vegetable seeds alone total- ness, strength, full weights, and er. Keep your friends posted on the growthof

another, have ben reported in Cuba tl'Baronet ing in weight nearly forty tons. money saved you guaranteed Orlando. 5c for 3' cards ,
money back. 7-1-lw
since March, 1914, with six fatali "This is probably one of the largest

ties. Twenty-five of these cases occurred orders for flower and vegetable seed T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone W. S. BRANCH

in Havana and one at each of ever received by one firm from one 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf ,

two other points. Telegraphic reports customer, as it is not composed even The Arcade Book and Music Store

subsequent to. the publicationof Biscuit in part of agricultural seeds or of Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -

the latest bulletin of the Public large seeds, such as peas and beans. & Abernethy. Just received abig
Round, thin, tender shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
Health Service, note a focus at SantiJfeo Many hundreds of acres must have -
with a delightful flavorappropriate i-i: -
Cuba, where two cases have for been under cultivation for the produc-
-
been announced. I luncheon, tea and tion of the weight in question. How LOW ,

The occurrence of the disease at I dinner zo cents. large an area such an enormous quan- I

New Orleans is also of recent date. tity of seeds would sow seems almost llarnmond&Gore

These developments indicate that this past human computation."Of .

danger menaces Florida from three 4 the four other European firms Exdurgipu n R Rates t FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .

known points, and with one of these, who, in addition to the Langportfirm

Havana, this State is in daily com- are this year favored by the

munication by regularly established United States government with their VALUES LOW PRICES

steamship lines, and with the others order for seeds is one English, two I From OrlandoS
COMPARE
by'occasional sailing and tramp steam French and one Dutch."

vessels. 40.70 New York, N. Y.

It is probable that the danger to IN A BAD WAY 53.10. Buffalo, N. Y. OUR FURNITUREWe

Florida from the port of Havana is Veach Street Woman Sadly Afflicted

small, owing to the splendid health ZuZuPrince 40.70 Philadelphia Pa. provide the quality furniture that has long

the Island under Dr. Guit- Kidney ills come mysteriously and 49.20. Chicago III. been furniture
of
service if neglected, often result fatally. This accepted by knowing buyers as the

eras. The menace to New Orleans of appetizers. Orlando woman found a cure just in 48.20 Ddroit, Mich. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

by the marine route is likely to be Makes daily trips from time read what she says. This is wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make

Surgeon General Rupert Blue of the Ginger-Snap Land to local proof you can easily investi- 38.70 Cincinnati, 0. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

the waiting mouths every- gate the facts. 37.20 Louisville of this business and'that means much to
buyer.
minimized under direction of Mrs. J. B. Doerr 103 Veach St.. Ky. any
where. Zu Zu to
United States Public Health Service, Say Orlando, says: "I was in about as 43.45 SI. Louis, Mo.
who is in charge of the situation there the grocer man,5 cents. odd shape as anyone could be with
and bladder trouble. back 61.30 Denver Col. McMLL & DAVIS BLOCK
and who will direct the fumigationof kidney My ,
ached and the pain finally became
,all vessels bound from that port.I deeply seated in my left kidney. I 95.20 San Francisco, Cal. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Ha. '

A greater danger to other ports from kep.t getting worse and worse until 111.70 Portland, Ore. L JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiniitittiiiiiUMiiiiiiiiiiif
New Orleans may lie in the fact that I had to take to bed. My nerves _
were all unstrung and I might say I Sold Limit October ._. _ii
infected vessels may have sailed from was a wreck from the trouble. I had daily-

the Louisianl city before the plague known of Doan's Kidney Pills all my st--.Stop Overs.Atlantic .

situation was announced.New life and I finally sent to N. J. Mercks
Drug Store for a supply. It was
Orleans and the world are to Coast Line
but a short time before I got relief
be congratulated that Surgeon Gen-
and continued use cured me. Since

eral Blue occupies an official position then I have recommended" Doan's offers best routes and We Will Put the Reinsof

through which his services are avail- Kidney Pills to many. schedules.For
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't .
able in the present situation. His Buy biscuit baked by simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's Success
personal direction of the plague eradication Kidney Pills-the same that information and reser in Your

in San Francisco some years NATIONAL Mrs. Doerr had. Foster-Milburn Co., vation call on any A. C. L.

established his reputation as one Props, Bufalo, N. Y.
ago, BISCUIT Ticket Agent, or Hands
of the foremost authorities in the

world in treating and banishing this COMPANY STOPS NEURALGIA-KILLS PAIN J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone \ %

dread disease. Sloan's Liniment gives instant relief 132, Tampa, Fla.OSTEOPATHY. How? By furnishing you with :
from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It
look for that .
The of which the bubonic Always nameGOVERNMENT
plague
goes straight to the painful partSoothes Let
Fertilizer.
perfect -
;
form is but one pha.se of development, l ) the Nerves and Stops the ; a our representative

Pain. It is also good for Rheuma-
is probably the greatest' epidemic He
call will
tism, Sore Throat, Chest Pains and ; on you. give you a ; ;
scourge in the history of the world.
: Sprains. You don't need to rub-
\ It has claimed more victims in Europeand GARDEN I it penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swniger, DR. J. C .HOWELL formula that will make and mature : :

China and Turkey than all the Louisville, Ky., writes: "I suffered

which have ravaged the Continent AND FLOWER SEED. I with quite a severe Neuralgic Headache Hours, 10-12,3.5, and by appointmentNo your fruit.
yrs
for four months without
re
Its has been any extra charge for house treatment
mortality as
lief. I used Sloan's Liniment for two
Washington, July 7.The fiction
high as ninety per cent. It is communicated or three nights and I haven't suffered Telephone connections
that the members of furnish
by the bite of the flea that congress with my head since." Get a bottle Office cor. Orange and Central Ave&

infests the hide of the rat,. and it free seeds"to their constituents has today. Keep in the house all the
just been exploded in a startling way. time for pains and all hurts. 25c., rfii
gets the infection from the diseased The word "free" as applied to govern- 50c., and $1.00, at your Druggist.Bucklen's Griffing's Trees T nt rll r Fertilizer r
rodent The rat and the ships that Arnica Salve for all 1 :

carry the marine commerce of the ment garden and flower seeds has Sores.AN Give ResultsOrder .
long been known by those."on the in-
world are inseparable, and the infect ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIttt\
side" to be a misnomer, albeit the average your ROSES and ARBORVI-
d rat deserting the ship at any ORDINANCE REGULATING PRIMES
constituent in the rural districts TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow.
port, may introduce the disease.. Infected Be it Ordained by the City Council of the
think he is Office P. 0.
geting somethingfor opposite
rats may be present in a com- may City of Orlando: _ _ _
nothing. Section 1. That wherever practicable
munity for several months before the privies shall abut on an alley, to afford easy GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne
There has been a sort of popular access for the City Sanitary Department., ;MMMIMMHMMMIMMIMMMMMMMII 11111 lit
disease is communicated human !
to Section 2. No privy shall be located within reason:
of the whole free seed
vbeings. In its development in the misconception two hundred ((200) feet of a sewer line nor The Griffings are the best and
business. The generally prevailingidea at any point where it is possible to connect
human host its progres is usually with a sewer within two hundred (200) most experienced propagatersin COW PEASWe
no doubt, is that the governmentraises : the state, and one or more
its final determin- feet.Section
rapid, reaching the seeds 3. The following rules shall be of the five are always on the
nation within a few days-generally on government observed in the construction and in the maintenance ground.
ground by government employes, but of privies.a .
in less than a week. ) The roof of every privy must be watertight W H. BROKAW
the fact is that the government does and if it slopes to the rear shall
In view of the situation the State
,
nothing of the sort. It buys the seedsof project not less than six (6) inches beyondthe Salesman
Board of Health urges upon the at- rear ".alLb
seed dealers at prices which are ( ) There must be an opening or openings ,Grapefruit and Orange Trees
tention of the authorities of every amounting to two (2) square feet for have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
highly satisfactory to the dealers and
Florida city an immediate and thor- ventilation. I _ _ .
merely acts as the distributing agencyin 'r) All window, or apertures for ventilation HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-
ough rodent survey, particularly at must be screened with fly-prooi 1 MMMMIMIIMMIIIIIIIMShoe
getting out to the people, who pay mesh or metaLd
the seaports on the Gulf and Atlantic ( ) The door must be tight fitting, and ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
the taxes that for the seeds.It .
pay .
selfclosing.e
side of the State. By this is meant Repairingby
is all simple when ( ) Each opening in the seat must havea
i very once un- We full line of crate material of
that every effort shall be made to trap hinged self-closing cover.f carry constantly a
rats water fronts. derstood, but the operation of the sys- ( ) The compartment under the seat in PARCEL POSTMen's
especially
; along which the night soil bucket rests must be all kinds.
is into relief
tem
brought striking bya
Every animal showing indications of tightly made, without crevices and at its
circular which has fallen into the back or side there must be an opening
disease should be examined bacter- (through which to insert or remove the bucket Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car
of of the enemies of Half Soles, 75C t. 8sc
possession some ), which must have a tightly fitting letdown
iologically for evidence of this in-
the free seed graft in congress who cover hinged at the top and provided Ladles' Half'Soles, 60c to 75cChildren' riers, etc. Phones 181191.
fection. For such examinations the with a button or hook.
will use it when the proper occasion Section 4. Where there are existing priv- *t Soles, SOc to 790
,laboratories of the State Board at ies, not in accordance with the rules laid Hand Turned Soles, $l.oo
arises. down in Section 3, they need not be reconstructed -
Tampa, Jacksonville and Pensacola, This letter has been sent out by unless in the opinion of the City Heels Repaired, 290AH F. F. Dutton
are available.The Physician or of the City Board of Healthif
the firm of Messrs. Kelway & Son, ( one be created) any particular privyis work returned in 24 hours.Ordtrs .
importance of prompt and a menace to health; but existing privies without remittance returned -
thorough action in cooperation with of Langport, Somerset, England, and shall be made to conform with the follow C. 0. D. We pay SANFORD, FLORIDA '
t it lets the cat clear out of the bag. ing minimum rales.
the State Board can not be too earnestly 1. There must be no crevices through return postage. 515tf.
This firm could not resist the tempta- which flies may enter.
emphasized. 2. The door must be tight fitting and self-
tion to blow its own horn by herald-

( ing the fact that it furnishes (no closing.3. There must be one or more openings for A. Hanson aillllHIitltlHMIMiimitHIMMilMMIMIMMHMItlllMIHIHHi
SENATORS ASKED TO AID IN ventilation which shall be screened with fly
doubt at a very handsome price) a proof mesh of metaL 19 East Pine Street

GETTING $200,000 FOR large share of the "free seeds" which 4. Each opening in the seat must havea ORLANDO FLORIDA
hinged self-closing cover.
SALEM
HOMELESS
the United States government dist- 6. There must be a tightly fitting letdown
hinged the ." lilMIMIIMIIMIIIMIITakes .'
cover over compartment
tributes to its citizens and it also reveals Section 5. No doors nor rovers shall be
Salem, Mass., July 7.-A request the interesting fact that three permitted to stand open and all other open- New White Sailors
ings or apertures must be kept screened
that each do all in his to have
power
other European firms are similarly tightly as aforesaid.
the sundry civil bill amended in the favored. Section 6. All privies must be kept clean Off Freckles,

United States senate so that an appropriation at Section all times.7. No wash water kitchen
The letter contains two important gar- Removes Tan. The latest fad
of $200,000 recommendedby bage or slops or other liquid waste shall be ,
revelations-first that the
govern- emptied into the bucket
President Wilson for relief of fire Beautifyyour complaion. Get
Section 8. No night soil from any person
ment the "free seeds" and
buys secondly -
rid of those freckles.
You
suffering from typhoid fever or other serious can
sufferers here might be approved was that a large proportion of the bowel trouble shall be deposited in anypriYJ' invest SOc in a jar of WILSON'S
telegraphed to every New Epgland bucket without being previously! disin- .. IN THE EAST
FRECKLE CREAM
seeds are produced, not in the United fected, as directed by the City Physician or
senator today by John B. Tivnan, the States, but in Europe. Thus the by the City Board of Health. and they'll disappear. Severe _
chairman of the executive committeeof gov- Section 9. A box of dry sand lime. ashes uses may require two jars-
ernment is making a humming busi- or muck shall be kept in each privy, and no more.Ve positively guarantee .
the relief committee. A similar every time the privy is used a scoop full of
ness for foreigners, paying hand- the said material must be poured over the this, and if your complexion USSESIAKLTOMDUM
message was sent to the senate ap- soil in isn't fully restored
Comely for the seeds, and all the cost night the bucket
propriations committee. Section 10. Any person violating any of i its natural beauty, n agree to refund you
of transportation: while all the poor the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun- money without argument And in addition,
ished by imprisonment for not more than ten WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant
If you want your bicycle fixed ina buncoed farmer does to get his "free ((10) days or by fine not exceeding Two toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow Agents for Barclay Corsets
hurry take it to Wannan's. Repair seeds" is to reimburse the govern- hundred ($200) dollars. and does positively remove TAN andFRECALLS.
Section 11. AU ordinances or parts of Try it at our risk. Price SOcsent -
Shop. 12-5-tf. ment for its outlay through the various ordinances in conflict with the provisionsof by mait if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
that this ordinance are hereby repealed. WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c. Wilson McCall's Patterns
First class Brazing a specialty at forms of taxation take Adopted June 23. 1914. Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. c., makers.
Warman's Repair Shop O. Court St. money out of private pockets and putit E. F. SPERRY Mayor. For sale b/

12-5-tf. in the'federal till. i Attest:Ae CARL JANSEX. City Clerk.1-25-lm j. N. MCELROY .





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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy I l I ing their willingness to make personal -

|! Ii i FAIR SHOW fOR IIBIGBUSINESSIt[ i sacrifices and put their great I Ii ..-
South Florida Sentinel
( W. S. Branch) i i experience and ability at the serviceof

; MORNING AND WEEKLY A high school at Rupert, Idaho, is i PLEADS WILSON the government, without thought

't JOSIAH FERRIS. Editor and Owner. said to be the first large building in of personal advantage, in the organization -
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the world heated entirely by electric- I I I of a great reform which prom-

: Entered at the postoffiet at Orlando. Flor. ity. Westward, ho! for progress and President Declares Democratic Party I Ii I ises to be so serviceable to the nation -
lea u Second Class Mail Matter.
enterprise. In the great West they i I No Enemy to Big or Little are setting an example of pa- A MESSAGE

I SUBSCRIPTION BATES have the nerve to try out every new 4 I' Business II triotism and of public spirit which

t ., ])&11,. 1 Year .....................'r..$5.00 idea and invention. the whole country admires. It is the
DaD,. 6 Month .....r..rr.r.... 2.60 I
Daily. 3 Months ...................... 1.25 'Washington, July Declaring it obvious business of statesmanship at
I Dally, 1 Month ....................... .50 Cuyahoga county, Ohio, will spend would be unfair to regard the Demo- this turning point in our developmentto

Weekly I 1 Year ....................... 1.05 $1,000,000 on roads this year; Orange cratic party as the enemy of big or recognize ability and character
Weekly % Months ..................... :i county, Florida, will also spend some little business President Wilson today wherever it has been displayed and

money in the same manner, notwith- gave out a statement in support of unite every force for the upbuildingof
TO ADVERTISERS: standing the fact that we already Paul 'Warburg of New York, and legitimate business along the new Froffi.

Copy for display and all tlhtr handset have many miles of as fine roads as Thomas D. Jones of Chicago, as nom- lines which are now clearly indicatedfor .;
I tdurtbint. BI& < N handed in at the Business. one could wish to travel over. inees for the federal reserve board. the future." 1.s'f? :
flee f the Sentinel nt later than 2 p. a.r
the day before publication. This rule applies '! The president's statement follows: The president said today h6 ear-
to chances for contract advertising; it is To overlook reading the advertis- I "It would be unfair Mr.
Invariable and will be strictly adhered (o. particularly to nestly hoped Warburg would reconsider uui
ing is to neglect one of the best fea- the Democratic party and to the sen- his decision not to accept

Silaeribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued tures in the newspaper, says an ex- ate itself to regard it as the enemyof the nomination and that he was urg-
should notify the office in writing on
the date of expiration otherwise it will be change. This is suite true, and we business, big or little. I am sure ing him to do so. He expected confi-

continued BntH notice at to the stop regular is received subscription rates have found it greatly to our advan- that it does not regard a man as an dently that Mr. Jones would be con- Corset

tage and quite a necessity that we object of suspicion merely because he firmed. l a

THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914. may keep up to some degree with the has been connected with great busi-

world's progress. It is also frequently ness enterprises. It knows that the MARY PICKFORD IN "HEARTS
to the pocketbook. the has been artm ent
You couldn't beat this weather witha advantageous business of country ADRIFT"
club. ass : chiefly promoted in recent years by -

w When we read that in the United enterprises organized on a great scale Miss Mary Pickford, in the leading
o role of "Hearts Adrift'
will be shownat
States there are now 1,000,000 miners, and that the vast majority of men
Lucerne theater this
the afternoonand
The fourth is over-but don't forget
we realize something of the under- connected with what we have come to evening, and those who wish to I
to swat the
fly. ground wealth of our great country, call 'big business' are honest, incor- see a real picture should certainly be

o and remembering that fifty per cent. ruptible and patriotic. The countrymay sure to go. M

Half holiday tomorrow and it will of these million miners are membersof be certain that it is clear to tangled The picture lives portrays interwoven a drama with the of

probably rain regardless of what the unions we are impressed wtih their members of the senate as it is clear mist of the sea, and is one of the

weather man orders. strength in organization. It would to all thoughtful men, that those who most beautiful productions of the .

:i 0 seem that these men ought to have have tried to make big business whatit Famous Players Film company. This
picture was also produced under the
a I Patriotic citizens of Greece will get some show, since their life is hard ought to be, are men to be encouraged personal direction of Daniel Frohman,

the price of those battleships back in enough at best. i I and honored, whenever they respond and is equally as good as any of their
7 a week shining our shoes and sellingus I I without reserve to the call of other productions recently shown at

rotten bananas Figures have recently been issued public service."I the Lucerne.
Miss Pickford is one of the greatest -
s o giving the death rate from typhoid predict with the greatest confi- of moving picture actresses and

John D. was 75 years old yester- fever in 51 cities, using a standardof dence that nothing done by the Dem- considered to be the favorite of most Corset of today is dif

day, but the event was not celebratedand percentage to the' 100,000. The ocratic majority of the senate of the of this the special picture picture fans.is something Her acting won-in THE from the corset of yes

no advance in the price of oil city having the lowest death rate was United States will be of a sort to derful, and will be sure to awaken a The wasp waistlineis '

and gasoline has been noted. Seattle, Wash., and that showing the throw suspicion upon such men. Mr. great interest in those woh are for- a thing of the past. The

k o highest, Toledo, Ohio. There was 1 Jones and Mr. Warburg, in manifestfor tunate enough to see it. high bust is no longer in vogue. The
'I These twenty-five cent pictures will
found to be but little reduction last corset with its is dis
heavy
stays -
\ The rabies scare is having its an- continue to be played at five and ten
; nual outing in Florida, and the requirement year in the number of deaths from those rich New Yorkers, and they cents just so long as the Orlando pub- carded. The fashionable figure, now,
4 that dogs be muzzled is typhoid in the cities of the United are grabbing for a bigger chunk of lic appreciates them sufficiently to is one that portrays youthfulness,one
three cities have madea patronize them. Some other good that is of selfindividualism.
though
being enforced in many towns. States, earth that they may add to their pictures will be shown in connection expressive -
o higher average._ These are Mem- riches and power. Well, we don't ob- with the above. I The new corsets are sensible.

phis, Fall River, and Albany, and ject, just so they will let us go up i They create graceful lines-and whatis
The Miami that
boasting
are
papers this was largely due to improved filtering there and look it over once in three DRUG STORE OPEN ALL NIGHT also important, is that they afford
corn can be in Dade county.
1 grown of the drinking water. I or four years. In fact, there is to usa The City Drug Store, beginning so much comfort. Women ought, and
Only a short time ago they were kick SIt I will their doors
with tonight, keep
believe do the
note of satisfaction in seeing our we really appreciate
.; ing because the chief of police drank open all hours of the night. Mr. H.
is sad to know that the earthly ahead of Lon- present
metropolis keep vogue.
corn. great F. Ferguson, of Meridian, Miss., arrived -
,. life of Jacob A. Riis has been cut don and Paris, even though it does yesterday to take charge of the
The method of corsets has
o buying
off in the midst of his work as author -I cost $100,000,000 a year for several store at night' This is somethingnew
You don't hear any South Carolina journalist and social worker, to And while they are for Orlando, although every city ''likewise changed. Women of discretion -
people boasting about their native he be years come. has an all night' drug store. It have learned that to wear
and one wonders how can about it they are going to hitch on
t
state lately. Blease makes 'em blush is Experience
whena cheap corsets poor economy. -
to this country
I spared. Coming Island tunnel connection.
by
Staten Sentinel "wants" fill wants.
every time they think about the old your has taught them that a cor-
young man he was a carpenter, :i, .
folks at home. and set which is not stylish is a constant
miner, mason, teamster, peddler -- - -
I) newspaper man. He became interested HMMIIMMt HiillMIMiiillMMMIMT.F.HOlRfflAN reminder that a mistake has been

4t I Its hard to put one over on Maimi. in the poor districts and worked made, and that a corset causing discomfort -

Pensacola had no sooner reported the among the slums, his friend,Theodore Geo. C. Dolive i is unnecessary. ,
discovery of gold than the Miami
Roosevelt, designating him as the 1 Licensed Plumber and In years past the average woman
Metropolis found "big money inhogs" "most useful citizen of New York Sanitary Engineer asked for a 22 or a 28 or whateversize

in that vicinity. city." The world is certainly better 'J T lI ml. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing she wore. Today the woman who

o for his having lived in it and his Promptly Attended to. has learned the proper method ofbuy-
New York city spent over a million
memory will always be green. corset ask for garmentto
PHONE 629 ing a will a
dollars last winter removing'snow
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,0 Phone fit her figure, to give her the lines
from the streets, and the Gothamites foot in New 106 Court Street
There is a plan on now in vogue,to so fit her that not a
I have just discovered that it would
York city to annex Manhattan to I FLORIDAIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMMM I will discomfort. She will
ORLANDO stay cause
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have moved itself by this time if leftValone. in the East 248 or
Long Island by filling leave the selection of a proper modelto
i- river from Hellgate" to the Battery. I 4-21-1m a skillful corsetiere, and she will
0 Old Manhattan is getting too small
herself that the corsetiere
assure understands -
r A headline in the St. Petersburg
t her work.
f Independent declares "Funston fears .11111111111111111
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attack his soldiers." Don't Vw "W"W'W'W' 'W'"W'ww'w" w I I
an on you w w Hence this message from our cor-

believe it! He probably has corns on :, We use exclusively the famous cream from Sydonie Dairy, : | set department. We suggest that
Y his knees from praying for that very order all trust us with corset problem.
Zellwood in manufacturing our ice cream. A trial : : you your ,
thing. ;
: If your figure does not present the

z o : we ask. . graceful lines you think it should,
Tampa is in hard luck-has not let us suggest a change of corset;

r been able to annex the customs head- McELROY'S PHARMACY :. let us point out what changes can be

quarters up to right now and, comingon made. We feel sure that we can help
top of all that, the Cigar City Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream. :.

League has dropped the Tampa ball you.It
r. has ever been our policy to give
team because of its bum playing.The .
our patrons a high degree of service,
o and in our corset department this
Jacksonville Metropolis calls MMillMtMIIIIIIIMiMMMIIIIilttmilltMtlllllMIMIMIIIIIiMMIIIII Mfr. service is of great importance. It is
;E attention to the price of potatoes in .
tt just as easy to sell you a proper model -
that city. On Saturday they were 40 .,
. as it is to sell you a model that
cents and on Monday 75 cents a peck. I
.
was never intended for your figure.It
There is a moral to in that o
profit by
is all a matter of knowing how. ,
-buy your potatoes on Saturday.

o ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES We are prepared to serve you in a

s Gold, in small quantities: has been manner that will meet with your en-

discovered near Pensacola.-Orlando ,' Commencement Day-an important event in the tire approval. We carry all the new-

Sentinel. We have. discovered goldin ,. lives of young people should receive some fitting mark : est models in both front and back-

small quantities in Clearwater in of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the : laced corsets. We have suitable gar

the dentists' offices.-Clearwater Sunk occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of ments for every type of figure. For

Have the tooth carpenters missedit Jewelry? t the short, and stout figure we have a

yet 1The corset that will give the effect of
o DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe : slenderness. For the slender figured
.
Plant City Courier says Plant woman we have a corset that will
direct the attention ef relatives and friends to model the lines into l
City is the best inland town in the : beautifully grace-
-- the pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this ful In fact
state. Good thing you didn't say city, many proportions. we can cor-
Thomas. Orlando is by far the best store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- I rect all defects of the figure, so thatit

inland city in the state from every est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- will appear as you desire it to ap-

' standpoint, and we sometimes think mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values pear. Permit us to prove our claims.

its the best inland-or outlandcityin and assortment. \
the world.If I A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

o obligation to buy.LltEvans.

the proper effort is made Orlando -

might get a big league baseball # ,
team to train here next spring. The

fair grounds would need very little

additional equipment, and the city .

a would get thousands of dollars worth .
of advertising if a training camp t

f was located here. The board of trade ..

t should get busy on o this tip: DI O .I f CO.


Greece paid the United States $12- the Jeweler :

; 535,275.96 yesterday for the battle :

ships Mississippi and Idaho. We .

would like to know what that 96 . OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE :o DEPARTMENTAL S STORE

cents was for, but 'suppressing our

i curiosity for the present we have figured l, o
I
that just 721.2 cents of that :
EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
' money is ours and we will need it t

l Saturday night to pay the laundrybill !
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THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA.E. i --- i llO11OAY 1

SI S. Griffin 9 2 and -6:30 !
Open p. m. p. m. .

r | Admission 5 cents I Militants' Create a Lively Scene in I U Ur

Rose, of Lockhart, spent OQ _l aDQQQDODQQ W QDOI KBV Qp Court and Kick a Few Policemenon

Wed say in town. ,TODAY'S PROGRAM the Shins "bet It Al t Allen's"

Mr. H. G. Seagroatt, traveling out BUYS AND SELLS .
Imp. "A Doctor's Deceit, in two
of Atlanta, is a business visitor here. parts> with Wm. Shay, Leah Baird London, Eng., July 8.-The brief

Mr. E. H. Crux left Wednesday for REAL ESTATE and Wm. Welch. respite in the militant suffragette agitation -
of Powers. "The Skeleton," a comedy ...
Daytona Beach to spend a couple ended today when Mrs. Emme- a.--
mystery, with Wallace Reid and Dorothy -
weeks. Davenport. line Pankhurst resumed command of

Mr. M. S. Lee and son, Mr. Bush forces of the Women's Social and Po-

Lee, motored from DeLand on ; 600 acres south of Hinter MISSES HOLT ENTERTAIN CARD. litical Union at its London headquarters Show Us Your Watch

Mrs. Pankhurst, who re-
Wednesday.Mrs. ; Garden and west of CLUB
and daughter, occupied the offices at noon, was,
0. W. Conner Fobs..PLEASE !
Gotha, including 10 acre however
in townon permitted to remain in act-
Miss Lillian, spent Wedneday
The Poinsettia Card club was prettily -
a shopping expedition. ; orange grove. The en- entertained yesterday by Misses ive command for only a very brief Summer is the time for you
period. When she emerged from her
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brown and tire tract covered with Mary and Grace Holt at their homeon to have a fob, we have one iri
headquarters to go to lunch the police -
daughter, of Fort Christmas, spent I yellow pine timber. Two North Magnolia avenue. pounced on her and took her to I our assortment that will
Wednesday shopping with us. The high score at bridge was made
miles of lake shore.MHIMMMMiimilllllt. Holloway jail.Simultaneously. please you.
Miss Irene Burke returned home ; by> Mrs. Jamison, who is the guest of n D
with the
last night from New York, where she i her daughter, Mrs. George McCulloch. of Mrs. Pankhurst a reappearance violent- OurVatch Chains

has been spending the past month. I After the games a delicious cream
scene was created in the central crim-
LeBelle Smith has returned I course was served to the guests, the best made
Miss are
inal court where Mrs. H. F. Alice we can
from Plant City, where she has been AN ALL NIGHT DRUG STORE FOR among whom were Mrs. T. 0. Brown, Hall, Miss Grace Roe, Miss Julia' furnish any kind you want-
Mrs. George McCulloch, Mrs. Jami-
visiting friends for the past two ORLANDOOne Jameson and Miss Ellen Armes were those with 20 year guarantee
son, Mrs. Florence Hudson, Miss Hat-
weeks. brought for trial on charges of
tie Hudson, Mrs. Will Green, Mrs. up are very modest in price.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin will of the latest indications that "conspiring with others maliciouslyto
Skinner and Miss Rosister.
leave Friday for Saluda, N. C., to re Orlando is assuming real city airs commit damages and injury and to

main until the cool weather comes was the announcement yesterday that BAPTISTS HOLD QUARTERLY spoil certain real and personal prop- 11 Allen & Co

again. the raw City Drug Store, located at BUSINESS MEETING erty of the liege subjects of our lord ,

Misses Lorine and Guyline Evans 11 East Church street, will remain the king."
Jewelers
left Wednesday afternoon for Rome, open all night. Every city of any im- Wednesday evening being the date I The prisoners had been arrested

Ga., to visit relatives for the balance portance has one or more drug stores for the regular quarterly business during a raid on a West End flat on

of the summer. open all night, and the innovation meeting at the Baptist church, aftera May 21. In their rooms were founda III Prompt Repairing.

Miss Alice C. Davies, of Conners- here will prove a great convenienceto brief prayer and fellowship meeting new schrapnel grenade of ingenious Everything Guaranteed. -

ville, Pa., has arrived to spend the parties needing medicines late at several business matters of importance manufacture, coils of fuse and plansof

summer with her sister, Mrs. S. M. night. were attended to and reports houses with instructions how to
Mr. H. F. Ferguson, an experienced reach them and as to the usual movements -
Cooley, at 313 West Central avenue. from all organizations of the church
pharmacist of Meridian, Miss., ar-
of the police in the vicinity.
Mr. Charlie Bennett, one of Orlan were read. These reports were very
rived,, in the city yesterday and win!
do's former amateur professional encouraging and showed that some Miss Roe and Mrs. Hall, when
have of the Drug Storeat
charge City
baseball players, has signed up with night excellent work has been done duringthe I brought into court surrounded by women -

the Loughman ball team and noy past three months. I wardens, refused to plead. They

'mates frequent trips down to help The good attendance at this meeting threw papers and pens from the pris- c CD
METHODIST MISSIONARY SO-
them out. I was remarkable, the auditorium oners' enclosure and shouted a com- =ao1Q a
CIETIES MEET
Mrs. Earl Gore left Tuesday for being fairly well filled. This, how- mentary on their treatment in Hol-
is accounted for the loway jail. Two policemen and five
ever, by rare
the remain-
Balfour, N. C., to spend The missionary kosieties of the
quality of Rev. Poulson of making a women attendants started to carry "' MtmiMHMIMMIItlHIMIMtlllHiilMMMRocky >
der of the summer. She was accom- Methodist church met in the church
them out of court to the cells below.
business insteadof
meeting interesting
panied by Mrs. A. B. Wallace, of afternoon for the
parlors Monday reg- dry and boresome, as they so oftenare. When the judge decided to proceed
who has ben the of' *
Loughman, guest ular business session. At the last nf/tj
All members should attend with the trial in the absence of the ,
Mrs. Gore. meeting it was decided to combinethe
Mrs. Hall threw herselfon
these business meetings and keep two women
Mr. I. W. Phillips left Wednesdayfor business and musical days, dur- the floor and kicked several
posted on the work under hand. po-
Atlanta to spend a couple of days. ing the summer months, so after the licemen and it took some minutes to

He expects to go from there to Toledoto business was disposed of, several remove her. Ford
THIS CantaloupesOrder
GRACE GROSS
visit the Overland automobile factories good readings were given by Mrs. FUNERAL The other prisoners pleaded not

and en to Detroit to visit the Cornell, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Curtis, MORNINGThe guilty.

Cadillac factories. Mr. Phillips will Mrs. Guernsey, and,Mrs. Giles, inter them today before they are gone.
funeral of Grace Gross will be
be gone about two weeks and will return spersed with musical numbers by Mrs. SUIT AGAINST NEW HAVEN TO

with the latest news concerningthe Bauschbach, Miss Gould and Mrs. Da- held from the family residence on BE FILED THIS MONTH ,

new models of these two popularcars. vis. .Every one, present voted this Kchl avenue this morning at ten Georgia Peaches.

the best meeting they had ever had? o'clock. Washington, July Although the : .....
of those children
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Talley andy and hope to keep up the interest dur- Grace was one department of justice is preparing to
with such gentle and kindly disposition -
daughter and son, Miss Nell Talley ing the summer. I proceed with its long planned anti- Florida Limes.
that she was loved by all who
and Mr. R. E. Talley, are the guestsof II trust suit for the dissolution of the
child she
knew her. Though but a ,
Mr. and' Mrs. Jos. L Guernsey. Mrs. J. 0. Lucius and children are New Haven railroad sysem, Attorney
of those
was possessed sterling quali- .
They motored up from their home at visiting Mrs. M. L. Reynolds at' General McReynolds still is hopefulof
ties of mind and heart that made her
6L Petersburg, stopping ata few Mrs. W. L. Nutter will sing ocala'i appreciated by her companions and a settlement without a prolonged THE SANITARY GROCERY

V towns en route. They are touring Pussy Willow" (Mildenberg), friends for her goodly influence. During fight in the courts. As announcedsome
the state and will go from here to St. time President Wilson and
Perfect Day" (Bond), at the Chapter her long illness it was impressiveto ago,
CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
Augustine. Mr. Talley and familyare House tonight. watch the strength of this child's the attorney general have agreed that
old residents of Orlando and find the suit should be filed this month un-
Master Robert Hyer had his ade- character and the sweetness of her 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
many changes since they lived here, I. noids removed* Wednesday at the disposition. Never a murmur passedher less the Massachusetts legislature and .

quite a few years ago. the execuive committee of- the rail- .
Christ sanitarium. He- is getting lips, though it was plain to see
The Florida State College for Wo- road agree on certain legislation nec-
along very nicely. that the passing days were' sappingher : CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
men, advertisement of which appears Friends of Mr Josiah Ferris will strength, till at last she faded essary for disposing of some of the
' in another column, offers Literary and stocks which the government con- : FUNERAL DESIGNS
be glad to know that he is now able like a delicate flower.

Scientific Courses, Courses forTeachers to sit up and hopes to be able to get She was a great favorite in the I tends are held in violation of law. ...-

0 !. 'and Home-makers, Coursep\ \ out in a short time. Presbyterian Sunday school. In the The attorney general has agreed to 'llllalllllllllllllllllllll'IIIIIIII"'IIItI.1ft .

Music, Art, and Expression such as wait until July 15th.Administration .
missed
days of health she never a
The ladies of the
offered in the best Colleges and young Presbyterian officials pin their
are Sunday and her name may be seen on
V Universities in the country. The church will organize an auxiliary faith of settlement without a long
it waslast r
the honor roll of the school as f d&32Q
society Friday afternoon at four
equipment is first class, and the location made up. Every heart today, in fight on the fact that a new legisla-
o'clock, at the lecture room. Theyare
existence in Massa- .
into DAILY BETWEENBUFFALO
excellent. The campus is one ture comes
wide circle of friends and acquaintances -
anxious for all ladies who a .
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young 1. Under ordinary .
of the highest elevations in Florida chusets on January Sj
is sore at the untimely taking
y interested attend this .
are to meeting.Mr.
suit filed this month "
and is therefore unusually healthful. of this life. procedure, a _. LEVELANDTHE
There is no longer any need for a Hartwell Topliff underwent a away young would not proceed very far by that -.o.".r. .r4,

young woman to leave Florida in or- serious operation at Dr. Christ's san- Dame Rumor predicts that wedding time and could he halted wheneverthe

itarium yesterday morning, Dr. Christ legislation for a peace- ,,
first collegeor necessary
der to secure a class bells will soon be ringing for a well
performing the operation. Last night ful settlement was enacted.
professional education in a first known young man, and his friendsare
Mr. Topliff was resting as well as
.
class Woman's College.Eat eagerly awaiting confirmation.Eat .
could be expected considering the seriousness SENATOR VARDAMAX SAYS THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

of the operation. WORLD GONE SOCIETY MAD tap 500 Feet;l>fw what you want. what you want Crater in ew4-larger in all properUoni-rebec in ell ayjtninliTiniti-ihin any wiener o*
Eat all you'want.. Eat all you want. inland wtaq of tb.world.; la ternce Jan*IJih.
z Take a postscript and forget it. If you want your bicycle fixed in III Take a postscript and forget it. Washington, July 8.-Half a mil- Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""Gtr of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"
For sale'by all durggists. a harry take it to Warman's Repair 1 For sale by all druggists. lion dollars to finance the national Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -Mar1atto Dec.i.t

1-7-dAw-lyr Shop. 12-5-tf. l-7-d&w.lyr government's participation in the La.e Buffalo ':00 P.H. I Iwo CWUd 900P.M.
AmwOeTekni 7JO A.H. Arm Buffalo 7JOJLM. IEMlen
Panama-Pacific exposition at San ( Standard Tine)

IIHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMtlllMtlH ... . I MtlMMMIIIHIil'iMII, rFancisco was voted into the sundry Connection. !atOreland foe Pet4a-B.1.To1edo.Detroitud.n pointaVe.r d 5o nb.at.Ra3rowlti
''llliliiMlllillllliiillMlttlllfimiMMMIMMItiiMinitl'itttttM' MIIIIHMI. keu reading bctweca BiOtlo ud drrtland are good traiuporutioaoa oar__no
civil bill today by the senate. The AM roar ticket agent Lr ticket*.U C.&B.Line. Write u for baodwoa illiutnted booklet free.

I : appropriation provides for construc- THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cl.rel.oJ 0.

tion of a governmental building at

LUCERNE TODAY the grounds and allows not more than

I' I' : : $50,000 for use of the secretary of GENEVA nor and Gilmore Sikes, of Sanford.

: war in entertaining foreign guests. Quite a number of Geneva folks

I Senator Vardaman of Mississippi, After spending several,weeks with spent Saturday on Lake Harney.

: made, a fight against the appropriation relatives in Tallahassee, Miss Abbie Miss Anna Bentley, of Chuluota,

1: 5 I objecting particularly to the en- Doudney returned to her home on'' spent the day with friends in Geneva.Mr. .

: tertainment fund. Lake Harney.Mr. I Sammie Long and Miss Bertie

"The world has gone made on the Jacobs were in Geneva a short while
I and Mrs. Massengill and fam-
Miss Mary Pickford in "HEARTS ADRIFT said. "I wish
a I question of society, he ily, of Chuluota, have moved into the' Monday.
: we could go back to the dignified sim- Patterson the I Messrs. Harry DeLarousaleer andE.
I beautiful drama interwoven with the mist of the Produced cottage near depot.
; sea. : plicity of the days when Thomas Jef- Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Wicks and D. Thompson, of Osteen, were hereon

'I \ under the personal direction of Daniel Frohman by : ferson occupied the White House." tIe son, Culver, left Saturday lit-I business Monday.

On a roll call the senate supported Daytona Beach, where they expect to I Mrs. Oscar Nicholson, of Daytona,

; the Famous ,Players Film Co. Another twenty-five cent :. the appropriation 51 to 7. spend the remainder of the summer. I is-visiting her mother, Mrs Peters.

film for ten and five cents. Quite a number of Geneva folks attended -
FOR SALE
: the Chuluota picnic Thursday.Miss A delightful letter from Miss

u Georgia peaches-, wholesale or retaiL Irene Peters left Friday to I Emma Gray tells of her safe arrival

1 "Telephone Strategy a one reel Princess. Fresh every day. Also have visit her sister, Mrs. Nicholson, of at Juneau, Alaska, after a very pleasant .
; ; atKing's I I
fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup Daytona. 4, journey. She writes of having
Church 1
store, 47 West '
street. grocery Miss Blanche Pattishall left Tues- i perfect weather and magnificent

Box of The Georgia Man, day for Gainesville, where she will ;views, of freedom from rheumatism,
; That Dollar Candy and the Pass will be given away I
attend the teachers' normal and her thorough enjoyment of every-

; j ; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. WANTED-Automobile, five or seven Mrs. Atkinson and children, of Beck thing. Her sister, :Mrs. Joy, who has

Give passenger full description.; must be cheap Box for 93,cash.Or- Hammock, are visiting her sister, several times visited Bishop and Mrs. .

Fla. 7-9-31 Mrs. E. H. Kilbee, of this place. Gray here, is with Miss Emma, sev-
First tO Cents. Cents j lando,
5
ROOT, Balcony Children 5 Cents Quite a number of our people spent eral other relatives also sharing this
I
Who is your painter and decorator? the fourth on the Econlochatcheecreek pleasant family reunion.
I If are satisfied keep the one you I and
you fishing bathing. Amongthe I ------
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ti Open to the Public | I I: MUNNIMAKERS I v .

Notice of Lost Wanted, For Sale, Far
Bent eta, for this column 25e for one day. MI NAIR LUMBER
(9e for three days or '1.00 for one week for
25 words 'or leas. Money most accompany
A Prescription Drug Store the advertisements fer this, column as BO
insertions wiU be made on credit.


ii: Invariably 'tis well to follow a druggist who : FOR SALE ORLANDO

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

h own'remedies that '''big profits-regardless of ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle*
pay
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf
.merit. Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

Substitution is the. poorest economy that exists SALE-Mitchell. roadster; rare I "

: not only injures the patient but harms those bargain; recently completely" over- WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES " "iMIIIIiiilMIIIMIIMIMMiailllilUniHORLANDO
who hauled and made good as new in every
practice )t.1M .
AND DO ALL KINDS OF
i part; guaranteed first class con-
dition; must be sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
1M THE CITY DRUG STOREgives sacrifice. Come, or address, White I

Rock Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla.

all its time to carefully! filling doctor's prescriptions 4-23-tf ,

They can fill any doctor's prescriptionand
WANTED-To Vose
exchange piano,
'end for and deliver goods, any time, day or in good condition, for Victrola and

a night. Their store is located just around the cor- records. Piano may be seen at For-
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2, Oakland,
ner from Guernsey's hardware store. Fla.

{ OPTOMETRIST L H. RAMSDELL I Water & Light Co. |

t The CITY DRUG STORE WANTED-Couple to live on country

place. Call or address, 400 West (Soccettor to Dr. 0. P. Ukins)

j 1 J J. L. DEAN Proprietor.. Central avenue.
ORLANDO, FLORIDAimilHIIIIIIIMMIIIIIf ,
LOST-Auto tire about four miles
1 {!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! south of Orlando, Saturday after- ElectricityGas

noon. Reward. G. A H., care Sen- I

"" tinel office.WANTED. .
"'"
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TO LEARN MORE ABOUT CITRUS Robber Stamps made to order at
s CANKER Warnun's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf PARTNER, with an auto- i I Water Ice i ;

"'. mobile, for an engineering proposition. i ForSale
Good profits. Address B. J.,
The citrus growers of the State NOTICEOf care Sentinel.

were startled some time ago by the Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 OR
.Y announcement that a new disease of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy Office--No. 18 West Central Ave.

sewing of all kinds, and work ready
; has appeared in afew localities and Notice is hereby given that Henry Keeven
;
when No. 6
;.ot of Florisant Mo., purchaser of tax certificateNo. promised, at room over EXCHANGEFive
more recently they were reassured 28, dated the 3rd day of June A. D. Estes' drug store. Misses Keen &
I 1912 ha filed said certificate in my office Baldwin. -
I by the fact that a state quarantinebas and has made application for tax deed to Room House, built
been declared against the im- issue in accordance with law. Said certificate Telephone No. 6
embraces the following described property, WANTED-Position as nurse in con- of cement blocks 24x36
,
{' portation of citrus trees or scions situated in Orange county, Florida to-wit: finement cases, general nursing
other Gulf Coast States where West half of northwest quarter and south Cartright i ,
;from west quarter and southwest quarter of south housekeeper. Best references. Phone shingles, two I

The trouble appears to be, more gen- east quarter, section 27, township 20 south. 515. 7-8-5t lots
range 27 east The;said land being assessed 100x150, some young i I
eral,.as well as from other places and at the date of such certificate .in the name I
foreign countries. The Growers and of Delta Canal, Company. FOR RENT peach, orange and grape- .
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed .
Shippers League is now in the midstof according to law, tax deed will issue thereonon fruit trees. Driven well
an active campaign of eradicating the 28th day of July, A. D. 1914. FOR RENT-Cheap, small' cottagenear I: .. " " 11",1",1.,111,11111,1,11.1111,11 ,
Witness my official signature and seal this W. E. Stevenson's 200feet.
'this disease from infected 'communities the 27th day of June A. D. 1914. DeLaney -
street, south. Inquire of Mrs: Stev-
(Seal) B. M. ROBINSON, Address .
of this State, and making care- I Clerk Circuit Court Orange County, Fla. enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson.
.
; yful inspection of all suspected locali- .

ties. The results look promising now, NOTICEIn FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Box 424, MDCi AN1CS

but of course, it requires another the Circuit Court of Orange County, Stateof our store at No. 9 W. Church street 300

<< season favorable for the developmentof In the Florida.matter of Seire Facias on behalf of Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce Kissimmee, Florida Are You a Woman ? ARTICLES
Evelyn Mary Cooper et aL, as Executors of
the trouble before be
we can certain .
George Faithfull.versus 300
of the results.In 6-8-im
Hy. Spencer Brooker.' TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- ILLUSTRATIONS
order to obtain more detailed Scire Facias for issuance of Execution on ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. ;

information the distributionand JudgmentTo 4-26-tf 1"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"'IConkey's
regarding
the Defendant, Hy. Spencer Brooker: w
destructiveness of this canker in You are hereby notified that a writ of Take
Scire Facias has been sued out of said Court Gar uiT
the bearing groves of Alabama, Mis- against you, on behalf of Evelyn: Mary Cooper MISCELLANEOUS Popular Mechanics

t rissippi,, Louisiana, Texas, and possibly and Montague Ellis as Executors of George I
Faithful, deceased, the object of said writ LOST-White bull terrier tan LICE? Magazine
,
in those of New Mexico and Ari- being to obtain an execution against you upona pup I
judgment rendered against you by said spot over left eye. Reward. Phone The lice question is quickly I WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT1
: zona, J. G. Grozzenbacher, Pathologist Court on the 7th day of November, 1895, in 1021. 7-4-3t 'settled if you dust jout fouls aith I GREAT Continued
of
Siory the
World''
of the United States Departmentof favor of George Faithful who died testatein I B Woman's Tonic A Progress which you may begin reading
the 1905, his Executors being the Lice PowderIt's
year at any time and which will hold
Agriculture, is making a tour of said Evelyn Mary Cooper and Montague Ellis: Up to date painting, papering, etc., interest forever. You are living in the your best
inspection through the citrus-growing I and you are commanded to appear to said is the kind you want Where to getit safe,quick and sureA year,of the most wonderful age.of what is
writ of scire facias on or before the rule day ? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Saves your poultry profits because it doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
r sections of those states during this in July, 1914 being the 6th day of July 1914. Entrican. 1-20-tf A resident of Wars would gladly pay-
month. At the conculsion of the trip ARTHUR F. ODLDf. Kills the Lice i nnfl
FOB SALE AT ill $1 CRIPTIONtothismagszine
Attorney for Executors of George. Faithfull.! OfTOISTSF4 SUB
We insure life and loan Doesn'.t Harm Chickens
: she will continue to study the diseasesof Deceased. your you order to keep informed
on real estate at 6 cent Prw 25 cents,50 win and JUKI
money per our progress m Engineering and Mechanics.
citrus and other fruits in the Field
For the mites thai hide n the cracks by
interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Are you reading it? Two millions of your
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf and ,
Laboratory established in Plymouth, Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. your day poultry prey boost on chickens sob at night spray .Ad Fa) neighbors are and it is the favorite maga.
[ .Yee i zine in thousands of the best American
Florida, for that purpose. I' the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof 3-25-d&wtf Conkey's Lice Liquid '' homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
Florida for Orange County DR. F. C. BOARDMANDENTIST young-men and women.
k Owing"to the fact that so little isJcnown dram them out'on 35mat The "Shop Note," (20
of Orlandovs. Tomato Egg Crates hat gallon Jim Dent pace)
City plant
Pepper to
For the deadly head louse gives easy ways how to memo
now regarding the amount of at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla. useCONKEY'S useful articles for home and shop repairs etc.
damage done by this disease in bearing Ida E. Davis. 5-19tf. HEAD UCE Amateur]Hechsnics(10 pages)tells how to
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. OINTMENT make Mission furniture wireless outfit,boats,
: groves such a survey may prove To the defendant Ida E. Davis: Effective and docsnt harm chicks'10 + t Boardman Building engines magic,and all the things a boy love.
It appearing from the affidavit of the City Sentinel want ads. are get and 25 PER YEAR.
money cents. Money back il these - $1.50 SINGLE CO"'ElII CENTS
k 'of much value, because the trouble Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed ters. them. preparations do not satisfy Aik jour Ntwwfa .to ibmr ran as or {
Y may become more general here in that he believes you are a non-resident of the Try .lit C.L Cggktr c...OmUL OU Office Hours: wan R FREE: SAMPLE COPY TODAY
State of Florida and that your residence is
jspijtef; ; jof the thorough [eradkatSonj; unknown and that there is no person in this Don't wait for every one in town to P. F. LAUBACH S30 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 POPi 318 W..AR Wwblagtoo MECHANICS Sc C1UCAGOJIIIIIllllllliitll CO. '
whom
;4 measures now practiced by the Grow- state would the bind service you, and of a that subpoena your age upon is above have Entrican, the painter, before Telephone 540.

ers'and Shippers League. the age.of 21 years. you try. Am too busy to look you
It is therefore ordered that you do appearin Phone 636 and I will be the
f Y malady Some when idea of once the established persistence is of this September this Court 7. 'A.to D.the 1914.bill herein filed, upon job.up. l-20-tf on : \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\,1'it\\ \\\" \\\\" ,\\, ,,

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suggested of
It is further ordered that this order
by the fact that in some of the publication be published once a week for eight If your paper Is not delivered

bearing groves of Mississippi and Tex consecutive, a newspaper weeks in published the South in Orange Florida coun Sentinel promptly, don't' fail to notify the office. IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP T"f"" HOUSEFURNISHING

i Was where it appeared last year, the ty.Witness Florida.my hand and the seal of said Cir
Find what want in Sentunl
you
disease reappeared a few weeks ago cuit Court this 3rd day of July A. D. 1914.
(Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. "wants."
:- n spite of repeated applications of Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County.By '

y Bordeaux Mixture for limje-sulphur M. A. HOWARD. For the news,read The Sentinel
7 8t1l' Deputy Clerk.
and in some cases, in spite of defeli- + f
ation. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn Q QUESTION f I IN REAL l

r the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof State Court of of Florida.In the County Judge Orange County,

Florida for Orange County re Estate of Wm. Smith.
; GOLD SHIPMENTS TO EUROPE To all Creditors, Legatees Distributees and all i
PRACTICALLY AT END City of Orlando Persona having Claims or Demands against
L vs.Doiier. said Estate: EARl: T EST
Lucy
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. You, and each of you, are hereby notified
7.-Gold Lucy L. Dozier: and required to present any claims and demands
Washington, July ship- To the defendant
which you or either of have
It appearing from the affidavit of the City you may
} ments to ,Europe are practically at Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed against the estate of Wm. Smith, deceased, Our stock of Rugs Draperies and Furniture are a positive
nonresidentof late of Orange county, Florida to the undersigned ,
that he believes that are a
F you
end for this in the of
4 an year opinion the State of Florida and that your residence administratrix of said estate within delight it is select from them and added
George E. Roberts, director of the is unknown and that there is no person two years from the date hereof. ; a pleasure to an

'mint Two weeks ago Mr. Roberts in whom this would state the bind service you and of a that subpoena your age upon is Dated ELIZABETH: March 3,J.A.SMITH.D. 1914.Administz test pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-

|said the excellent grain crop in this above the age of 21 years. ble in of the word.tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.I.IIII..I..1.
It is therefore ordered that you do appearin NOTICE every sense .
,| country, coupled with the bad crop this court to the bill herein filed, upon

conditions in Europe would September 7, A. D. 1114. . .
t soon It is further ordered that this order of Office of Supervisor of Registration
swing the balance of trade back to- publication be published once a week for 1

.'ward the United States and check the eight Sentinel Consecutive a newspaper weeks published in the South in Orange Florida Notice is hereby given that the CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
books for
registration of voters for
I loutward movement of gold. This prediction county Witness Florida.my hand and the seal of said the General Election to be held in to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of join-
/JF has been realized, he declared Circuit Court this 3rd day of July. A. D. 1914. I November, 1914, will be open at my

'today, and the exchange rate has (Seal Clerk) Circuit B.Court.M. ROBINSON Orange County.By office, Room 20, Court House, Orlando ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
Fla., every Thursday, Friday and ,
fallen to a point where further M. A.. HOWARD-
expor-
7.4-Stw Deputy Clerk. Saturday from August 5th to Octo-
P
'tation of gold would be unprofitable. ber 6th, 1914, from 9a.m.tol2m. \ feature to you.

v IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf and from 2 to 5 p. m.
FRANK H. WILLIAMS iMtMIMMMMMIIilll.HllitiMMIIIIIMIMItMMIMIMMIHKincaid .
NO "ORDERED" VERDICTS the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof ,
a Florida for Orange County Supervisor of Registration for
1 Orange County.

Y Washington, July 7.-Trial judges City of .Orlandovs. 7-4-wklyto8-l

would be prohibited from giving per- A. B., Grove. I I
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. NOTICE
( emptory instructions directing what To the defendant A. B. Grove: I l SnowdenFurniture
verdict a jury shall render under a It appearing from the affidavit of the City I Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
bill introduced by RepresentativePark that he believes that you are a nonresidentof
the State of Florida and that your residence Notice is hereby given that Gary Hand, of
x of Georgia. The proposed law is Aririe. Alberta. C..ada. and that Orlando, Fla. purchaser of tax certificate
would apply to pending actions as there is no person in this state the service ofa No. 250, dated the 5th day of June A. D.
subpoena upon whom would bind you, and 1911, has filed said certificate in my office of Character
well as to those hereafter instituted. that your age is above the age of 21 years. and has made application for tax deed to
Failure It is therefore ordered that you do appearin issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
to trial
comply by any this Court to the bill herein ,filed, upon embraces the following property, situated in .
:- judge would be cause for reversal of September 7. A. D. 1914. Orange county, Florida to-wit: Lot 21, blockC.
It is further ordered that this order of Goodwin's addition Orlando. The said at Popular Prices .1
the verdict without regard to merits publication be published once a week for eight land being assessed at the date of the issuance '';....,
'of the actions. consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sentinel of such certificate in the name of
a newspaper published in Orange county Unknown.
Florida Unless said certificate shall be redeemed *
f Witness my hand and the seal of said according to'law; tax deed will issue thereonon i Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida
Who is your painter and decorator? Circuit Court this 3rd day of July. A. D. 1914. the 4th day of August A. D. 1914. ,
If you are satisfied keep the one you (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON Witness my official signature and seal this
Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County. the 3rd day of July A. D. 1914.

No.have 635; if ,not, phone W. T. Entrican 1-20-tf, 7-4-8tw By )I. A.Deputy HOWARD Clerk. (Seal Clerk) Circuit Court B., Orange M. ROBINSON County,,Fk pe**>!*4* \\\\\\\\\t\t"II'III\\\\ I'ill'III'IIII"tttt' ' :::: ::I s.

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axles-front, beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12-
r inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter : Specialfrates for room and board by the

y elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 : week.
{t '' gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver \ -
i1 > V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:

11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side : .< : :. ', > .
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. .

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CAROLINA cuts and bruises, mamma's sore FOR SALEAT
They Should be Protected Against throat, Grandma's lameness Dr.
\ Internal Uncleanliness as Well as Thomas' Electric Oil the house.
Charlotte, N. C., July 7.-Reports External ContaminationThe hold remedy. 25c and 50c. A- THE MARKETOf
coming in today from the country districts -
delicate organs of the maturing It will
to let do
pay you us some
storm to have
show last
night's
child are more susceptible to the
been severe in many places. The territory influence of disease and infection of your printing. We do it right. BARGAINThree Cleanliness Of
QualityFRESH
extending along the Seaboard than are the more seasoned organsof I
grown-ups. Malaria takes an early DR. A. B. WHITMAN
railway west of Charlotte, was the
and strong hold on the child's AND SALT MEATS
,hardest hit and in many places cotton liver and causes headaches, coated ten acre tracts on

and other growing crops is practically tongue, indigestion, cramps and DENTIST Orlando and Kissimmee road, FISH AND GAME
other -
ruined by the storm. The path of many dangerous conditions. !
These are the signal posts of I East.End Charleston Block, up-stairs only two and one half miles'
the storm seems to have been most warning nature provides that your Kept under tbe best sanitary conditions.
severe at Cherryville, Iron Station child may be relieved of impending from the post office, Orlando.

and Stanley Creek, where the damageto sickness.The remedy, Carswell's RHEUMATIO SUFFERERSSHOULD USE Will sell one or all. The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
proven
will into thousands of
crops run Liver Aid. which is a purely vegetable price will double when the and pure.
dollars.At liquid compound should be in 5 DROPS
Charlotte the roof of the office your medicine chest ready to admin- brick road is laid. Other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

building of the International Harvester ister liver.at the first sign of a disordered The Best Remedy small tracts for everything in the Meat Line.
grove pur-
FOP all forms of
company was ripped off and records Fifty cents purchases a large bottle
at values. Also
and other valuable papers practically at McElroy's Pharmacy under RheumatismLUMBAGO. poses buying

ruined.At will the absolute be returned guarantee without that quibble price if I desirable groves and city The PARLOR MARKET

Roaring Gap, Allegheny county, you want it. property at prices that com

a summer resort on,top,of the Blue mand attention.Cooper .
Ridge mountains, Worth Anderson, For any itching skin trouble, piles, H. M.Self&Co.
aged twenty-two, son of .Capt. William eczema, salt rheum, hives itch, scald .
head, herpes, scabies. Doan's Oint- SCIATICA. GOUT.KEU8AICIA.1 I
Anderson, former superintendent ment is highly recommended. 50c a AND KIDNEY TROUBUS. $ Atha ; PINE. STREET
of public schools for Mecklenberg box at all stores.Department.

county., was instantly killed by light DROPS 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor Phone No. 80
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ning. Young Anderson was a Harvard -
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student and was at the resort Phone No. 311 i MiiiiiiminiiiiiiMiiiimiiiiitm
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doing some. landscape work. tOtVesQafckRellefjran ,.

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Washington, July 7.Paul M. War SOTMOH RhMiBatic Cure Co.
Store !
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burg, of New York, today requested
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President Wilson to withdraw his SLEMONSNew

nomination to be a member of the MAKE YOUR OWN I .

federal reserve board. The presidentwill Jelly Tumblers ** PAINT.
do so today. I I

Mr. Warburg, a member of the YOU will SAVE

banking house of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., Fruit Jars CO els.' PER GAL Goods Arriving Daily

was nominated for a four-year term. THIS IS HOW
,
the senate banking committee
When
4 gals.L.C&M.Semi-
began examining personally all the all kindsPreseiving .YSUY Real Paint $8.40
five candidates nominated by the And3gals.LinseedOil
to mk with it 2.10 .
indicated he
president, Mr. Warburg I
did not wish to be questioned by the Makes 7gls.Paint for$10.50
We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
condition to taking eUles
committee as a It's only$1.50 per gal.
the appointment. Today he called the The L.&: M. SEML&IIXED made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
White House offices by telephone and REAL PAINT;I. PURE WHITE LEAD.
personally requested the president to paint ZINC in materials*LINSEED lor OIL-the 100 ;years.b known<+ Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
Use a gaL out of any you buy and if not the
withdraw his nomination. ; 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. Claflia & Co.
There was no indication whom the all your money ba'LHELM'S
president might choose to fill the "MMIIIIIIIIIillllllllll HARDWARE CO. I: c. Best place in the city to trade.

place. The change in personnel, how-I

ever, will not further delay
ganization of the new currency sys-
tem. The senate already has con
firmed W. P. G. Harding, A. C. Miller W. M. SLEMONSURANGE

and Charles S. Hamlin as membersof )

the board, and they, with Secretary AVENUE
McAdoo and Comptroller Williams I

who serve as members ex-offi- W4rUSSSSSISSIISUutIuIurIIU1'ISSut.1S.HSftflUHUHWtliflhII.j
cio, constitute a quorum which now Fll I .WIl l y, 1041' 6an/dU edYi{ liluw o..r

may proceed with the work.
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ASK St. MORE Paul of, Minn.PAY the ,public FOR July to TEACHERS 7.-"The all formsof indifference c'3 .--=- -- :#:'##;" !!f1uttuuu'utu Ill !:..iiI; =';;"IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiMIMMMMMIIIMIIMM


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characteristic of our times," j j ri\\ I Low Round Trip Rates

declared Charles William Dabney,
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president of the University of Cincinnati sa..... . $37.75 CakaieMM . $43.50 CuKisuti . J3300 the .Fly"
before the National Education I Duns St. Pad . M7S Lelimlle. 31JO
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association today. I Salt Lab CQ II.CO WmnKj . 78-.75 [Eraatrffle.. 3T2S That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly. No more dirty fly paper, or smears of j ;; |
who employs a YelbntMaPntluJ . 71." T.... . 4S.M l Ji...iK.fii 3&.31
"The rich man Ill I f . lOUt Mntrul . 5545 frnck Lick 3500 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of deanliness.That's *

twenty-five thousand dollar lawyer" or 1 II' 1' Scab LasAifdesSaaFnsoM. ...'. 1M09 S1SO retake Macknac.. .. .-5300 51.51 Toled Detrrt. .. .. 43.50 41.10 why the Gas *Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about (

a ten thousand dollar physician, the .. .. SISO Baffale . 41.40. CkasUaqoa .> 4740 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
fifteen hun- I CIa iu Park 175 Mania FaBs 47.40 Masuaotk Care 3Q.JO
speaker said, "regards a time and properly cooked.
Low rates to other points m Colorado California Canada Mmne-
dred dollar college professor as good f iota Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and

enough to train his son. Money mak- low rates T""ketaon from other sale points daily in until the September State. 30. Return limit Oct. 31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
ing, politics, sports and picture showsare the would burn and
VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when fire not things
holding the interest of the public. LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
The teacher to the average man is a p Going through St Louis.returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
mere bookworm." ,/ or rice YcrNo Liberal stop-overs on all tickets.
He made a plea for increased sala- '4'c. TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST three
traia daily choice of three different
through
:
ries for professors, whom he termed / l I routes.
finders of new knowledge and mak- ,
--} Three daily trams to the southwest through New
ers of men. -- / r Orleans. Unexcelled dame car semce. Fast time. Orlando Water & LightCompany
r t ' Rock LaOast Noduet. Nodirt. For handsome iflns-
r II I crated booklets of summer tourist resorts rates, sleep
i Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Sanford log car reservations and other information address.H.CBRETNEY Gas Department1"f < <>
Fla. Write or phone for prices. >
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Ltf PINE CASTLEMr.
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and Mrs J. F. Harris spent
the fourth at Bartow with relatives. I

Miss Ollie Hansel came up from I
Lakeland to spend the fourth with i

z.. home folks. i I
Mrs. S. S. Redditt, of Conway, vis- '
x ited with relatives here for a few
days recently. I
Report of the Condition of Mrs. Janie Tyner went to Haines

City Saturday to visit at the home of
The State Bank ot Orlando her brother, Mr. Chas. Tyner.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson, of Zephyr- ,
Orlando Fla.
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hills, Thursday and ,Friday evenings

At the Close of Business, June 30, 1914. entertained us with moving picturesand : : ; ( Ur Statenf.B1i1lt\! .'

vaudeville at the school house. ., .. ". :
RESOURCES Miss Vera,Jones left Friday for a 7 : : ,'

Loans and Discounts . . . . .$490,565.39 visit with relatives at Tampa.Mr. .
a; Overdrafts . . .. . . . . . . . 252.35 and Mrs. C. C. Hall and Mrs. Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the

Stocks, Securities, etc . . . . . 185,931.74 Chas. Livengood left' Wednesday for U. S. Currency, shows
J Furniture and Fixtures . . . . . 13,004.30 different points on the West Coast to

; Real Estate . . . .'. . ... . . ... 13,875.45 be gone indefinitely.
; Cash on hand and due from Banks. .246,061.60 I Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Livengood are .j Deposits, June 30, 1914 $37 .2 6.00 : ,

spending a few days at Daytona, at .

;: Total. . . . . . . . .$949,690.83' tending the races and sightseeing.Mr. Increase, since our last pub
and Mrs. E. L. Sphaler, Mr. fished statement, March 4 .: '

,: LIABILITIES. and Mrs. L McCraney, and Miss 1914 I $5/,53025

't.. Capital Stock. . . . . . . . . $50,000.00 Stella Harris went to Daytona for

Surplus . . . . . k . . . . . . 37,000.00 the races, arriving home Sunday.
:r: Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 4,233.23 A party of twenty-five went to St. Inercaso/mpastHQ;' ) ,.
Dividends unpaid . . . .. . . . 1,496.00DEPOSITS Cloud on the fourth for the festivi- .: 13 months r t t iEJ ,.' 'J 41; !F (9 r g'
ties there.
. . . . . . . . . 856,961.60 .. : l)
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. and -. ..': ..... f

1. Total . :. . . .. . $949,690.83 their friends went over to Conway to Y > THE .
the picnic at the school grounds and REASON
= .
{ greatly enjoyed the day. .
<, Dr. J. F. McKinnon preached Sun- { ::. For our continued growth is known to our .
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ri, day at the Union chapel. ...... ... ... ..:: depositors. Are you one of them, yet ? ';...'-<:.:: ....,:.:=
Baptist services at Union chapel
,t= the coming Sunday. Rev. E. A. Mil- '

I ton, of Kissimmee, will preach. 4 ;)4

: I The ladies of the Baptist Aid So-

WINTER PARK Friday for a vacation. I ciety will give a social Saturday I ., .. -.' ...... . .
Mrs. May Denning is visiting .'. '.. :. .. .. :
Where some of the people of our friends at St. Petersburg and vicin- evening and, July a near 11. Work completion will be is ex-resumed ;' :: : ._:.;. .. :.. ', :".. . . :. .. ... . ,, '." tit, ,,":.'. ..-.,. :. : ::: :
town spent the fourth: Rev. and ity while enjoying her vacation.Mr. I : ; J" ra :\ :
of the
,,
pected new Baptist church, .' :' .. .
Mrs. Barze and Ruth; Misses Erma J. W. Sigler has returned froman Mr. E. L. Sphaler kindly offering to ; 0 : D t : .D; .
and Ava Taylor and Mr. Taylor; Mr. extended vacation and resumed . : : > ;y. < '. :. .: .. .. q ; .
see the matter through financially. : : .. .. i ". .. ': .. . ,' ... ,_. .. .._
and Mrs. Luther Daetwyler and Ed- his duties at the depot. '.' "" . .
win; Mrs. Freeman Hunter and Jessie We are,very glad to notice so many
k Maud Enlow, and load who putting out and planning TAFT ITEMS ';::': '. .(. .: "':: : :: ; :: : :: .:;'{:; < .. ; : . ' ' '..: ..,; ' . :. : ' ..
; Miss a car are grass :' : {; 7;: : {: ',' ': : :; :: {:: '. .. .:. ; ::;;. :- ;. :: )::\ :::!;:: : : ,
of young men went to Kissimmee J toH'e for a beautiful lawn. Nothing .. .. .
Taft, Fla., July 8.-C. H. Nelson,
the big games. strikes the newcomer with so much .
A. M. Bristol, J. D. Miller, and C. A.
The Boy Scouts, with their mothers disappointment as the bare ground Tompkins took in the sights of Or- and Mr. and Mrs. Brickley, accom- Tracey were doing business in Or- WEATHER REPORTThe
the Fire Girls and no evidence that grass will grow
of
ers, and some Camp lando Tuesday.
lando last Thursday. panied by well filled baskets of good-
at Lake Howell. here, for he comes from the land of following is the weather report .
.c enjoyed a picnic beautiful lawns, and that I! The fourth passed off pleasantlyhere. ies, sprang a surprise on Al. Ellison I I Herbert Tice is moving his water- for Orlando for the week ending July
now some
Mr. John Harris, the Misses Harris, Young America was much in and family at the "Ranch" on Tan- melons at a lively rate, having disposed 5, 1914, as taken by Mr. Jas. Thom-
and Miss Lillian Cass went to the have proven beyond all question that a evidence with firecrackers and other ner lake, for their fourth. They report of five or six loads already, and son, co-operative observer of the Na-
green lawn is a most delightful real tional Bureau:
Beach. :explosives. In fait, what does a the day very pleasantly spent in he has several loads more of nice
that the conta- TemperatureHigh.
ity we are very glad
'c Numerous small parties enjoyedthe "sane fourth" amount to, especiallyto fishing, bathing (whether necessary large ones. .Low. Prec. Bar.
.day at the different lakes and gion is spreading, and hope to see the youngsters, without a little or not), eating the good provisions, I f Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sphaler expect Monday ,_____.' 92 70 ___ PC
every home with an attractive green- ______ T. PC
nearby.The :to start tomorrow for an extended Tuesday 92 70
springs and time
sward. I noise, and smell of burnt powder. visiting, a grand good gen- i Wednesday _._ 96 71 ___ C
Congregational Sunday school Several of our people went to St. erally. In fact, the "Ranch" has this I visit in South Carolina, Alabama and Thursday _____ 94 73 1.18 PC
is planning to have a picnic next ,,Cloud, Kissimmee, Orlando, and other standing reputation. Mr. Ellison's I Texas, and possibly Mexico. Friday _______ 95 73 .03 PC
OPEN ALL NIGHT _____ 95 74 ._. PC
week. places. A merry party consisting of people were completely surprised, but Saturday
} The CityiDrug Store is at your service First class Brazing specialty atWarman's Sunday ______ 93 76 .23 CC
of it.
Roberts'and family start Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, Mr. and were glad'
L. H.
PCPartly
Mr.
both day and night. Prompt, I' Repair Shop 0' Court St. C-Clear; CC-Cloudy; -
for their old home on Long Island dependable, courteous. tf Mrs. Herbert Tice, and their children, John Hill, Mayor Bristol and J. E. 12-5-tf. cloudy.

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ed at . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00 and will give you the
tiful Voile, which comes in such delightful purchase we
shades; striped with other tones.. It has advantage of our good luck in getting them

the new Russian Tunic, almost to foot of rn About 100 in all, in 6 styles, all white,
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a NEW LINE OF REFRIGERATORS AND ICEBOXES
WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, nicely made with
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quick to appreciate the style and value
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:, attractive line
here. We have the most
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WHITE RATINE SKIRTS just received a 00
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