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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 10, 1914
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE.
YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY.
Orlando-Progressive
Center of the State.
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' RANGING IN RANK FROM DISTRICT ATTORNEY DOES B. C. PEACE PLANS HAVE STATE CAP- DETROIT MANUFACTURER BY VOTE OF 7 TO 4 PRESIDENTS

U. S. SENATORS AND NOT BELIEVE STATE UTTERLY FAILED TO ITAL OF JALISCO, CAPTURED HAD LONG TALK \VITHPRESIDENT'VILSON CHOICE TO HEAD

CONGRESSMEN TO HAS SUFFICIENT SOLVE MEXICO'S IN. f BY OBREGON FEDERAL RESERVE

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INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION ATTORNEY FOR MRS. CARMAN
CONSTITUTIONALIST; GENERALS I CONSTITUTIONALIST
LOSSES CALAMITY TALK WOULD CEASEIF THOUGH HE HAD WITHDRAWNHIS

TERMS CUSTOM A CLAIMS THAT TWO STATE OPPOSE SENDING OF DELEGATES SMALL AND MANY PRISON- EVERYBODY WOULD ATTEND REFUSAL TO ACCEPT

"MENACE TO INSTITU WITNESSES WERE FAR
TO CONFER WITH ERSCAPTUREDREBELSPURSUE TO BUSINESS AND PLACE ON BOARD AT PERSONAL -
TIONS OF A FREE FROM SCENE OF THE
HUERTA ENVOYS AND t FLEEING CHEER UP, HE TELLSPRESIDENT SOLICITATION

PEOPLE"Washington CRIME ON JUNE 30 NOTHING LEFT |I II 6' FEDERALS OF PRESIDENTWashington

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July .-Free passes Mineola, L. I., July 9.There is I Washington, July 9.-Speciat-( ) Guadalajara, Mex., July 8.-(Delayed Washington, July Optimistic July 9.-SpeciaL-( )
representing 11,000,000 miles of trav- much doubt, in the opinion of Assist- I
el and'valued Mediation received a death blow today in transmission.Special.( ) views of business conditions were presented By a vote of seven to four the senate
at than
more $340,000were ant District Attorney Weeks, whether -
when the constitutionalist agency -Guadalajara, the capital of the banking committee this
afternoon
distributed to there to President Wilson today by ordered -
34,000
will be
persons by enough evidence for
received a wire from Carranza, informing state of Jalisco, and the second largest an adverse report the
the Louisville & Nashville and the the grand jury to return an indictment Henry Ford, the Detroit manufacturer on nom-
it that his had in Mexico
generals refused city was occupied ination of T. B. Jones for membership
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Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis against Mrs. Florence Carman, during an hour's conference at the
to sanction his abandonment of I shortly after noon today by the con on the federal reserve board
By
railroads during 1913, according to a charged with the murder of Mrs. Louise the plan of Guadalupe and the appointment stitutionalist forces under the command White House. :Mr. Ford told the a unanimous vote the committee decided

'report submitted to the senate today Bailey, and yesterday committedto of representatives to meet I of General Obregon after a terrible president he saw no evidences of any that no further attention would-
i by the Interstate Commerce Commis the county jail and now awaiting sort of business
with the depression,
informally Huerta envoys defeat of the federal garrison. psychological be given to the nomination of Paul

sion. The commission, whose inves an examination on the charge. and settle by diplomacy the internal I Five thousand prisoners were taken or otherwise, and said that in i Warburg. The papers were pigeonholed -

' tigating was in response to a senateresolution Mrs. Carman's case was expectedto affairs of Mexico. and the number of dead and wounded his opinion business was getting better and the committee adjourned to

in its report characterizedthe come up before the grand jury The state department received the on both sides was great, but can not all the time. meet at the call of the chairman.

distribution of free transports late today but according to Mr. same intelligence, but did not make be given in detail at this moment. "There is absolutely nothing wrong

tion as "a menace" to the institutionsof Weeks there was little likelihood of it public. Carranza has not yet in From prisoners it was learned that with business," :Mr. Ford told the
free Warburg Reconsiders
I a people. ',
an indictment The number of witnesses formedthe mediators of his inabilityto the garrison numbered 12,000 men president. "The only trouble is that

to be examined would precludethis accept their invitation to treat and that not more than 5,000 succeeded some people seem pessimistic. If Washington, July 9.-Paul War
Took Care of the "Politicos"The burg the New
possibility, today. directly with the Huerta envoys. I in cutting their way out. Afterthe everyone would only cheer up and attend York banker, has reconsidered -

report shows that the .Louis "It is not unlikely," said the assistant V' la's opposition to the mediation occupation General Obregon senta to their business this calamitytalk his request that President

ville & Nashville gave passes to one plan is believed to be II would Wilson withdraw his nomination as a
district attorney, "that when responsible for heavy column in pursuit of the fugitives stop immediately.
United States senator two member of the federal reserve board
,
representatives Mrs. Carman appears on Monday be the attitude of the generals. I and if they are on foot he The president and Mr. Ford discussed

in congress, 139 other federa fore Coroner Norton, who will then Minister Naon, who has been at the i believes he will have no trouble in the trust bills in a genera] on the condition that he will not con

officials, 1,556 state senators, 2,18 be acting in the capacity of justice of capital for a few days, left for New !preventing their escape to Queretarro way as well as the business situation. sent to appear before the senate

state representatives, 1,769 ,othe 'the peace, she will be discharged." York. He said he had been advisedof 1 'or'San Luis Potosi. Officials close to the president said I banking> committee to be cross-exam-

state officials, eighty-nine judges, and At that time Mrs. Carman's attor the failure of mediation and was I The battle lasted continuously for he was greatly encouraged by his ined.After
,many other local office holders. The will going to confer with his II receipt of a telegram from
have
ney a right to cross-exam colleagues as fo.ty-eight hours, the attack being talk with Mr. Ford, and that he had
Lt Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Loui ine the witnesses who testify againstthe to what action the mediators will led by General Blanco, the hero of been further strengthened in his determination Mr. Warburg today it was said by officials .

is credited with passes to 151 Unite prisoner.Dr. take in the face of new conditions.It to push the trust close to the president that an
No estimate
i Tepic. has been made of pro
States officials, other than members active fight would be
made for the
Carman, who has come to Min is thought the mediators will 1 the rebel loss, but it will be comparatively gram during the present session of
of congress, 5,814 state senators, confirmation. It declared
issue was that
a statement saying their duties
coca for the day, found his wife i in small. General Obregon's congress.Mr. .
8,439 state representatives, 1,086 other army should the banking committee fail to
confined to the
were of the
better spirits when he visited her i in settling numbered 18,000 and he had fewer Ford refused to discuss his call,
state officials, 170 judges;; and international report the nomination favorably the
dispute between the
jail. She seemed to have recoveredher than twenty cannon when the attack saying that talk of business depres
numerous other local officials. United States and Mexico, and sincethe president expects the senate as a
and to be less sion
composure nervous, began. was unworthy of denial.
The commission whole
informed the senate to act.
constitutionalists refused to meet
but after her husband left Mrs. Ca
that while it could issue no order r The delegation of Chicago businessmen Mr.
informally with the Huerta Warburg's
telegram to the
man broke down in her cell and her envoys
who conferred with
in the special investigation pursue d condition became they now consider their "good officesended. PresidentWilson president was not given out, but after
that prison
under the senate resolution it wa authorities called so in acute the "FORMER f ORLANDO era[ FOR f R talked today on the same subject its receipt officials at the White
staff phys i
making a general investigation, in with Chairman Covington of the House said the name would not be
cian. SUPREME[ [ BNCH[
which it intends to issue an order WHITE HOUSE GUEST UNDERWENT house commerce committee, ChairmanNewlands withdrawn. That declaration followed -
dealing with the practice. George Levy, attorney for Mrs. Car of the senate interstate visit
OPERATIONWashington a by Senators Thomas and
man, said today that he had discovered commerce committee, and Chairman
Shafroth to the White
House.
They
"Tie Thousands of Citizens to the two new witnesses whose testimony i ChaS. A. Keigttin Prominently Mentioned Overman of the judiciary committee,
July 9.-(Special.)- are understood to have told the president
Carrier""In he considered extremely valu- for Justice District of proposing what they considered necessary -
Miss Mary Smith, cousin of Mrs. that only a very few Democrats
able. He also said he had inform changes in the anti-trust bills
order to properly compile the Wilson, who has been a house guest Columbia Supreme Court : would oppose Mr. Warburg's con
tion that two of the witnesses whose Representative Covington told them
reguired information," says the report at the White House, is recovering firmation.The .
testimony had been instrumental in President Wilson had said to him he
"lists of pass holders in the various L- from an operation today for appendicitis The Washington papers are making situation as to the nomination
causing the arrest of Mrs. Carman wished to meet big business half way
classes were prepared. Such had been far from the Carman home at the Naval hospital. Miss prominent mention of Judge Chas.A. in consideration of the trust of Thomas D. Jones, of Chicago, remained -

lists reveal the manner in which these; at the time of the murder. Smith was taken to the hospital from Keigwin for appointment as justice I and wanted to be fair in program unchanged and it was said at

carriers have dipped into practicallyvery the White House last night when her of the supreme court of the District every way the White House that the president
Mr.
Covington promised to take their
domain of public and privatelife ; condition became alarming. of Columbia, where a couple of suggestions under consideration and would continue to press for his con-

through the instrumentality of vacancies exist. It is said Judge firmation.A .
CURRI[ TRIAl AT SANfORD THIS lay his opinions before the presided,
the free pass. There is scarcely a ARMY OFFICER DISMISSED Keigwin has the endorsement of the and the house commerce committee. letter from the Chicago delega

walk of life which is not representedin MORNING United States attorney general, William tion of business men received yester;

this processoin of recipients of Washington, July 9.-(Special.)- A. McReynolds, and his chancesfor day by the president, endorsing :Mr.

passes from the federal bench to the Today's army orders carry the dismissal appointment are regarded as the Wilson's statement in support of Mr. '

local politician and the sheriff who Hearing Will Begin at Nine O'clock of Maj. Benjamin M. Koehler, best of any of those mentioned. A AGED[D ORLANDO nllN[ DID[ Warburg and Mr. Jones, was made

summons the jury. The threads represented of the coast artillery corps, from the Judge Keigwin is the son of the public at the White House.
to Determine if He is Enti YESTERDAY[
by the passes tie thousandsof army service. Major Koehler was late Rev. H. Keigwin, formerly one: "No more hopeful, helpful, finer
citizens to the carrier through improper tied to Bail tried before
an army court martial
of the most prominent Presbyterian words ever have come from the White
| relations. The lack of moral- board at Fort Terry last Februaryand ministers in Florida. His mother
Riley Lee Was One of Orlando'sOldeSt House and we believe they will meet
'ity reflected by the facts here compiled The preliminary hearing of W. C. found guilty of conduct unbecoming Mrs. M. E. Keigwin, and a brother, ..with the nation's hearty approval,"

is a menace to the institutionsof Carrie, charged with the killing of an officer and prejudicial to Mr. H. A. Keigwin, still reside in Or Inhabitants and a said the letter.

a free people. These citizens, who B. F. Bryan, will begin at nine o'clock discipline. The specific charge upon lando. It has been a number of years Pioneer No official word went from the

sell their influence quite as much as this morning at Sanford and is expected which Koehler was found guilty has since Judge Keigwin has resided here I White House to the banking committee -

though they accepted money bribes to be concluded the never been made public.BASEBALL but he is still remembered
during by manyof : In the death of Mr. Riley Lee, : but some senators were indicating
seem to be as wilting to be tied as the day. Attorneys Davis & Giles and the older citizens. At he
present which occurred yesterday morning at that the committee would stand by its

carriers are ready to tie them. Men Carl Robinson, of this city, will appear RESULTS is the head of the law department of an early hour, this section lost one of request that Mr. Warburg appear before

pledge their influence quietly in the for the defense, and Jones & George Washington university, at its pioneer citizens, a man who had it. It was said two Democratson
home, or school or club, in the professions Jones have been American League
retained relatives
by Washington. seen Orlando grow from a stragglian on the committee planned to compile

in business, in city councils of the dead man to aid in the New York 7-3, Cleveland 4-3. Se cPresident Wilson has recently country village to the modern city it all the correspondence in the case

and administrative boards, in courts prosecution. ond game ten innings; darkness. nounced that he will appoint a Washington : is today. Mr. Lee was 86 years othe Id and send it to the White House.
of justice, in executive halls and
at
the This hearing is for the purpose of Philadelphia 3-3, Detroit 85. man to the vacancies on I and the greater part of his life wthe The Warburg nomination was discussed -

polls. determining if Currie is entitled to Boston 2, Chicago 3. District supreme bench, and with spent in this vicinity, and he has a!l- only informally today by the "

tURGL'i'G bail, and the state will likely presentall Washington 0, St. Louis 1. endorsement of the attorney general, ways taken an active interest in public committee. It took up in detail the
CULTIVATION OF
CACTUS
the evidence it has, while the de National League the prospects are very bright that affairs. nomination of Mr. Jones. i

fense may only introduce enough to Pittsburg 0, Philadelphia 1. Judge Keigwin will secure one of the He was the father of a large family -

show justification for the killing and Chicago 1, Boston 3. ,places. of children and his surviving relatives TWO NEGROES RUSHED TO JAIL 11
Mr. Charles C. Redgrave, of Lakeland I I "
attain the object sought-release on Cincinnati 5, Brooklyn 6. are numbered by the scores. TO ESCAPE MOBS
was in the city yesterday, endeavoring -
bail until the circuit court convenesin St f-ouis 5, New York 4. BILBO ACQUITTED ON BRIBERY The burial took place yesterday afternoon -

to interest Orange county January. Federal League CHARGE at the family burying ground i in Raleigh, N. C., July 9.-Fletcher ,
stock raisers in the cultivation of the
Should Currie fail to secure his release the Beulah section. Winstead, aged seventeen, and Wil
spineless 'cactus. The, spineless cactus Brooklyn 5, Baltimore 2.
0 on bail as a result of this he Jackson, Miss., July 9.-Special.) liam Holland, aged sixteen, two negro
is a Luther Burbank and carBuffalo 2, 1.
product Pittsburg
ing there is still one more avenue Lieutenant Governor Theodore G. boys, were rushed to testate's prison -
it is claimed to be tht world's greatest St. Louis 0, ansas City 4. $1,000,000 ALTON STEEL COI )
open to him, and if the necessity Bilbo, who has been on trial for I the on here in automobiles today to prevent -
cattle fattener, milk and butter Chicago 4, Indianapolis 3.
arises it will in all likelihood be used. : past three weeks, charged with bribery PANY RECEIVERSHIP possible lynching at Rocky .
producer. It is claimed that hundred I
one Through his attorney he may applyfor Southern Leagueto was acquitted by the jury late: Mount, where yesterday afternoon '
tons of
green feed for cattle and a writ of habeas corpus either Memphis 4, New Orleans 0. ,this afternoon. I Alton, III, July .-The Alton Steel they are alleged to have made an at-
fifty tons of luscious
fruit for home the circuit or the supreme court, and Birmingham 18, Chattanooga 8. I company, capitalized at $1,000,000, tempt to commit a criminal assault

and market consumption can be produced then it will again be up to the stateto Mobile 3, Nashville 2. I I J. W. Shands, a young attorney, was placed in the hands of receivers on the sixteen year old daughter of

per acre each year. show justication for the refusal to Atlanta 2-5, Montgomery 14. I has opened an office in Gainesville, in today on the order of the Madison a Rocky Mount contractor. ,

i grant bail.Everything. South Atlantic League the National Bank building. He is i a county circuit court. The plant has A younger sister and brother of the
THE
WEATHER Charleston 8, Jacksonville 0. son of T. W. Shands, the well known been closed for a week. Inability to girl frustrated the attempt, the negroes -

Florida: Partly cloudy, probably .you need in the book, Augusta 8, Columbus 2. banker, a lumber and naval stores get a fair price for its products is failing in their purpose. The

,( scattered thunder showers Friday and stationary and music line at Curtis Savannah 2, Albany 1. man, and is, a recent graduate of given as the cause for the receiver girl was thrown into a ditch and sustained

Saturday & O'Neal's, next postoffice. Columbia 0, Macon 6. Columbia university, New York. ship. an injury to her side.


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SPORT LETTER THE STATE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE !I ,

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J New York, July 9.-It will be an- The TALLAHASSEE. :4 I Statement of the Condition of the
University of Florida offers excellent
other three or four years before the opportunity for the liberal and professional I: 1
'F is torn from the education of Florida young men at the actual College of Arts and Sciences Normal School I
heavyweight crown cost of living. Orlando Bank & Trust Co.
High moral tone.Scholarly with Kindergarten Department School of Mu- |
dusky dome of one Jack Johnson, if faculty Beautiful buildings. Attractive Cam- lie, School of Art, School of Eiprtssion..Home \I" ,
pus. Nearly 300 per cent increase in at- Economics. Department with Extension ViI
his showing in the Moran fight is any I indance during the put three years. Lead- vision. Beautiful location beautiful buildingsand I Orlando, Fla.,
criterion. en in Athletics and other. forms of student first-class equipment throughout.Tuition I
aciritiea. Send for catalogue.A. free. Other expenses very low. For informa- I
Johnson.at 36, may not be quite as I A. MURPHREE, Pres. tion address, EDWARD CONRADI.Pres. : At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.

: good a fighter as he was when hew I II I RESOURCES.Loans .

bumped Jeffries off the throne, but i I ... .MlllMMIIMMIMimnillMIMIMHillllH'GRAND
he's still about a dozen jumps ahead and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514

;- of any white fighter of the present I Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34

day. sAnd, too, Johnson is a good VIEW Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . . . 26,01833
F; deal better than he seemed to be Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

! when he fought Moran. i ii i Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48

Johnson didn't let himself out in

that Moran fight-and every one who $724,185 88

saw that fight knows it Johnson ) LIABILITIES.

could have knocked out Moran in any Newest and most up-to-date hotel in : Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

round he chose, but he let the white Surplus and Undivided Profits . .'. . . . . . 39,961 35 i

man remain on his feet until the fin- Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. | Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

ish. Johnson needed the exercise. Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
r He wanted to prove to himself that'I ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River ; Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

he hadn't aged to such an extent that I Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
twenty rounds would tire him, and so I Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- ; .

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instead of sending Moran to the mat % *.
$724,185 88
tern North Carolina. first.
r for the count in the early part of the ; Open July

fight, he simply toyed with him all Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . $291,393

the way, much in the same way that Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
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a cat toys with a mouse.
Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
The fact that Johnson didn't knock
MRS. J. R. McFADYEN
' out Moran inclines persons to the be- j Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01 '

-: lief that he no longer has the punch Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
that brought home the bacon so oftenin 1
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the days of his youth. But those 6-2o.d&w j INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $51,91118
$ who think that way are due for a
rude shock the very first time John- : The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto

R- son is pitted against a real fighter. persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
: The old punch is still there. It may treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

,= not have the full, paralyzing power "STARVING TO DEAT Accounts of all who desire the services of a well.equipped and

,z of other years, but there is still j safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

enough force in it to send into dream- ,.,., 4
land any man who might be brave .

enough to stick his jaw in front of it. Was Mrs. Bell, of Florida, When -

Those who looked for a Moran victory -
counted heavily on Johnson's She Began Taking Peruna. JIII..11111111..I.

4t dissipations so weakening him that it
Tea, I was starving to%death," we heard from her December 1912, I
' would give Moran a chance. But they !
said Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce she was still a friend of Peruna. For Sale I
were treated to a disagreeable sur- Florida. Box 204, "when I began to; For other testimonials on catarrh
x prise. Johnson, although ten years take Peruna. I could not eat any- of the stomach, see Ills of Life" sent
thing. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co. Columbus : ---
r older than Moran, and with a Accord
. soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio .
of four years of dissipation against very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined : Modern 8-room : A./ 1
f Moran's clean life, came out of the acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are M.
' fight in better physical condition than was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the same : House 2 doors i ii
doctors had been employed but gave as the nose and throat Catarrh of :
did the white man. He showed greater me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derange i of Wyom-i
stamina, greater endurance and growing worse. the functions of these organs. The west arrived load
than the white stomach can no longer digest food. Just car
more energy man. I Was In Despair."In Hotel. Bar- :
The food lying in the stomach, even : ing
There are some persons now who I at for immediate -
my despair caught every for a short time without digestion, FORDS
feel that Gunboat Smith or Jess Wil- atraw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro- gain. '
lard, who are in the first rank of some account of Peruna. There wasa I duces gas and irritation. : delivery.Get .
white hopes, would have a chance testimonial from a woman who had I'' Food Sours In the Stomach :
been troubled much like myself.
against Johnson. Perhaps-and perhaps concluded to try Peruna.I A portion of the undigested meal is : L. Bentley i j nowF.
not. Johnson, if pitted against Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed Into the system by the blood A. yours
vessels of the stomach. This poisons
either of the two would extend him- the same time I wrote to Dr. whole coadi- AVENUE RUSH
the system producing a 10 L AMELIA G. ,
self. He wouldn't play the cat-an- 'Hartman. He pronounced my case tion now known as autointoxication;
: mouse game that he did with Moran.He'd catarrh of the stomach and bowels.I self poisoning. The fermenting Irritating MiltlMIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIllllllllllltlllllltlt Phone 226
soon began taking Peruna. At down
mass as it passes into
out with the idea of finish-
get I to After taking
once began improve. the bowels irritates the bowels, producing
; ing his rival in the quickest time pos half a bottle my stomach was so sometimes a chronic diarrhea
sible. He'd uncork his terrible punch Improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the very opposite *''.

1 at the first opportunity. He would I Began to Recover. constipation. ,

bring into play all his ring craft. to Then narrate this in gad detail housewife her rapid goes improvement on-I helps The to average artificially dyspepsia digest the medicine food. SUMMER TIME IS .

And the chances are about 3 to 1 She Even when such medicine does its
and final recovery.
that he would land a knockout within Bald. "After taking two bottles of Pe-, work it is only temporary. A perma- FLY TIMEAre
I ment relief can only be expected when
ten rounds. runa I was strong enough to stand up
catarrh is overcome. those windows screen
' aa. to wash the dishes." When she began the 1.
taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. ed yet? Patented detach-
Ever since the Johnson-Moran fight pounds. After she had taken five The symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all ;
there have been reports of a frameup. bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First, heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need- ;

, : On the face of things the fight pounds. She concludes by saying food rises in throat after meals. ed to take off or put on .
did not look like a frame-up. If that the is well Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavyfeeling when washing windows. !
after eating Fifth stomach
It Was Twelve Years Ago.
had been it
there
frame-up seems
any
of Sixth palpitation
bloated belching gas.
The letter from which the above
I logical to assume that Johnson would cf heart. Seventh poor digestion RJWALDRONContractor I II
made received
Quotations were was I II
have let Moran make some sort of January 19 190L In a later letter, nave dyspepsia. Eighth aid BaiMer I COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
WOOD
brown. Ninth
showing during the fight. He would written September U. 110" she says tongue coated light I
potato slips at $L75 1,000.
of stomach. Hand'iCoal per
pit West StreetfrilillimilillMIHIIill
X 1 ainf the praises of Peruna far and tenderness over 410 J Wood, $1.50 a strand up. ,
have permitted the white man to landat cannot bear tight clothes I Quick delivery.. Cash. Apopka Plant '
It la used a great deal In.our Tenth f 666. 9-31-tf
seas Yard, phone I Co.. Apopka, 5-24-tf
least a few punches that had vicinity. This seems to be a bad around waist ) ,
weight in them. But he didn't The place for e&tan1a.W.. have received People who object to liquid modi I Subscribe for, the SentinelI
Sentinel
(Continued on page 7) kttoi from bar atace. Tot last time lines CM new obtain. Parma T..t.. Bead the idTtrtla eata daily. Job printing at the }

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METHOD OF CONSTRUCTING make note of same I wil gladly an- REMOVAL: OF ROYAL MILLS

SAND OIL ROADS I swer any inquiry. HEALTHY UAIR..NO COFFEE ROASTING PLANTH. 3l

Yours very yur."fiirt
The oil-sand road constructed near Ohse and D. D. Awde announceto
Eustis about two years agojS attract- "WILLIAN C. their patrons and the public at
large the moving,: of the Royal Mills
ing favorable attention all over the Coffee Roasting Plant out of the Pure EOLA PARK POST CARDSWe
Ctate, and it has been suggested that Food Grocery Store t oNo. 201 Boone
unty could spend some of Specifications Sand Oiled street, next door to Mrs. Soper's millinery
Orangef' have
corner of Church.and Boone recently received a shipment of
its bon in the construc-
Bnoney wisely
BITUMINOUS
streets, where they will conduct
an handsome hand colored
tion of similar roads. postals of the new
(Sand and Oil Mixed) up to date coffee and tea store. Later
, Captain R. D. McDonald, of Winter ttey will handle a full line of spices, park, with a good view of the fountain. Also
extracts, baking powders etc.
Park, is a very enthusiastic boosterfor one of the new Methodist in
Section 10. Upon the road In making this move they will be black and white ,
oil-sand roads, and wrote to Eus- better able to serve their customers
pared as described in which can hardly be distinguished fromareal
tis for information relative to how than heretofore. Call and try a pack-
sand and oil surfacing age of their excellent coffees and Our fine
they are constructed. In reply Editor photograph. reproduction of Yowell-
plied as follows: teas. Remember the place, 201 Boone
Clarence E. Woods sent him a clip- street; phone 486; or get it from the Duckworth building has proven a "best seller. -
ping from the Eustis Lake Region The sand and oil shall be wagon at your door. Purity, fresh- "
giving information. available, and hand or with a mechanical ness, strength, full weights, and Keep your friends posted on the growthof

further suggesting that specimens of by ether means furnished by money back.saved you guaranteedormoney 7.1.1w Orlando. 5c for 3 cards ,

the sand along the roads upon which tractor, provided the method
sand-oil construction'is contemplatedbe is approved by the T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone W. S. BRANCH
sent to the Director of Public Roads mixing is done by hand, it 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf ,

Department of Agriculture, Washington done on tight platforms TIle Arcade Book and Music Store
to ascertain if it is the kind of the Conractor, the Buy your garden seed from DeLa-

sand. that will make a good binder. made of two (2) inch big ney shipment& Aberntthy.of fresh Just seed.received 3-13-tf a

The following valuable information sixteen ((16)) feet in length ii i-- _
relative to the method of construction two sections, each about four r "
of sand-oil roads was publishedin 'in width. LOW

the Eustis Lake Region of July 2: The Contractor shall
Hammond &
The Lake Region here produces the operate at least four ((4) ore

official correspondence which (completely forms, and four (4) heating
establishes the claims of the tanks, and a sufficient Exdursiu r i n R Rates t FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

sand-oil advocates and leaves noth- heaters, and if in the
ing of doubt-except here and therea Engineer the work is not
REAL VALUES
LOW PRICES
doubting Thomas who would not with sufficient rapidity to
believe were he to see with his own completion within the time From Orlando COMPARE

eyes. We in Eustis know that our in the contract, the
$ 48.70 New York N. Y.
of sand-oil road is furnish and ,
specimen as perfect operate a
today as when constructed in ber of additional platforms 53.10. Buffalo, N. Y. OUR FURNITUREWe

'. January, 1913, and hundreds of experts and sand heaters to insure 40.70 Philadelphia Pa.
and critics have come to con being so completed within I provide the quality of furniture that has long
demn but departed praising it as the fied time. 49.20. Chicago, Ill. : been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
standard of merit. If article is here it is
solution of road making in Florida.Just The kettles or tanks for 48.20 D.Iroil, Mich. an good.It .
wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
as Eustis sent Mr. C.A. Chflds, asphaltic oil shall be of a 38.70. Cincinnati 0.
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
so Mt. Dora wisely sent her own isfactory to the Engineer
37.20 Louisville Ky. this business, and that means much to any buyer.MeN .
committee, Mr. James Simpson, all capacity of not less than ( ,

the way to Cape Cod, Mass., to makea gallons each. 43.45 St. Louis, Mo.

personal investigation-and the result The sand shall be dry and 64.30 Denver, Col. LL & DAVIS BLOCK,
of his trip may be summed up in ed that when mixed with
five words, "Go Ahead With Sand uniform mixture will be 95.20 San Francisco, Cal. A Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

Oil!" must be taken not to 111.70 Portland, Ore. J
..
The people of Eustis know Mr. Wm. sand so as to burn the oil. Sold ._. II
daily Limit October -
-
C. Peckham, Secretary of the State The sand and oil road shall I
...
Stop Overs.Atlantic .
Board of Good Roads of Rhode Is- ed in batches of 31st

? land. He owns property here, spends ((1)) cubic yard, the sand Line HillMMIMIMIMMtMiMIMIilMitlliMtMMIMHWe .
Coast
his winters here, and our interestsare II upon the mixing platform
his. Here is his report to his oil poured upon it and
offers best routes and Will Put the Reinsof
thoroughly turned with
personal friend, Mr. Chas. Stokley, of
Mr. Dora, Fla., who also, four years or rakes, until each particle schedules.For .

ago, inspected Rhode Island's sand- is completely covered with information and Success in Your
reservation -
sixteen ((16)) gallons of oil
oil roads in company with Mr. Peck
quired for one ((1)) cubic call on any A. C. L.

ham.Mr.. Simpson's report is the same as measured loose in a Ticket Agent, or HandsHow

as Mr. Peckham's more extended one, The oil when mixed with
J. G. Kirkland Phone
D. P. A.,
and we give the latter for the valueof shall be hot enough to ? By furnishing witha
its authority. mixture, and shall be of a 132, Tampa, Fla.OSTEOPATHY. you

"State of Rhode Island ture between 250 degrees F. : perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -

State Board of Public Roads degrees F., depending on
_t John F. Richmond, Chairman, oil used. 6)f call on you. He will give you a

William, C. Peckham Secretary." When the mixture is
formula that will make and mature
the satisfaction of the
Providence, June 24, 1914. DR. J. C .HOWELL
"Mr. Charles Stokley, shall, without delay be : fruit
I Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo your
still warm a sub :
"Mt. Dora, Florida. upon extra charge for house treatment
of inches at the '
depth
"Dear Friend: I Telephone connections

"Your Inquiry of recent date in regard yiehes at the sides, after I Offire ror. Orange and Central Area.
to sand oiled roads received a tandem roller weighing

and contents carefully noted. I have mately six (6) tons, and for
T Tile Soutlierli f Fertilizer FII
held' the same for investigation of of feet. Griffing's Trees / r
roads built in this section of the country After the mixed material is ,
Give ResultsOrder
of that description would in place and shaped with
compare ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAcow
i with the conditions in your territory."I it shall, before it hardens, your ROSES and ARBORVI-

have recently made a trip tog with a horse roller TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow. ,lllltliiHHiMlllimtMlitMHimMMtHltMIII

Cape Cod, the home of sand oiled one (1) ton, then shaped Office opposite P. 0. .
roads and where they have a large machine or with a suitable GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne T -

mileage of said construction. I find and afterwards roled with reason: *iHiiiitimiimmiiiiimntitiiMiMMiiiit*

the condition of the roads variable.It roler to the satisfaction of ( The Griffings are the best and
would seem that the first construc- neer. A hand roller most experienced propagatersin
tion of such roads was in the naturef two hundred ((200)) pounds the state, and one or more PEASWe
an experiment. Roads more recently used before roling with of ground.the five are always on the

built within the last two years roller if preferred. I'
W H. BROKAW
are more perfect and substantial than If any ;depressions
those built at first and seem more scraping and rolling sand I Salesman

permanent. I have found that all ture, suitable mixed material ( Grapefruit and Orange Trees ,
have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
the shall
to
kinds of bituminous material have tory Engineer

teen used in the construction of these If such depressions are HAM' COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam-

roads from, tar, tarine, all grades,of the sand and oil has ."i illilMMHIMMiliilMtjShoe
the new mixture will not I ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
heavy asphaltic oil, and from observation : Repairing :
the most perfect roads of the with the old, the old mixture We carry constantly a full line of crate material of

present day are those constructed of dug out to a depth satisfac : : by PARCEL POST
Standard B Asphdtic Binder and Tex- Engineer and the new all kinds.
|
aco 95 Asphaltic Binder the former Any slight unevenness of i
.
; Plant Carriers
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg
\ Men's Half Soles, ? to
procured from the Standard Oil Co., face shall be remedied by sc 8c II
the latter from the Texas AsphaltCo. a road machine or a Udies' Half-Sole, 60c to 75c I ; etc. Phones 181191.
The process of construction va- and the surface shall then i | Children'* Soles, sOc to 750
Hand Turned Soles, ,'.00
ries little. The mixture is composedof in a manner to remove all
Heels Repaired, 2c F. F. DuttonSANFORD
16 gallons asphaltic oil to one cu- pressions and leave' smooth
bic ard of good coarse sand, free from After the sand and oil All work returned in 24 hour.

,joam or clay, bituminous binder to rolled to a firm surface, Orders without C. 0. D.remittance We pay returned FLORIDA
i be melted to a degree which would all irregularities and all return postage. 515tf.
allow easy mixing when placed upon material, a seal coaof
road, spread evenly to a depth which shall be distributed in two
would leave 4 inches after rolling, tions at the rate of one ( ) A. Hanson atiiiniHiiMiiii ***

levelled with the back of a rake and of a gallon per sguare yard t 19 East Pine Street

rolled, and in some cases a flush or application.Each ORLANDO FLORIDA IMIimiMMHiMMIIilllHIHIMtlllMillllilllll ;
sealed coat of about 1-2 to 3-4 gallon application of oil tMIIIMimillMMMIHITakes .
per square yard would be applied after shall be uniformaly
rolling and sanded. I will have ina thin layer of sand and New White Sailors

few days a copy of the specifica- satisfaction of the Engineer.The Off Freckles .

tions of sand oiled road, which I will asphaltic oil when I ,
forward to you as soon as I receive' the road surface shall have Removes Tan.Beautify The latest fad

it. I think you would make no mis- ature approximating 250 your complexion. Get
take in using this form of construc- The sand shall be clean, rid of those freckles. You can

tion in your town if the specificationswere dry, free from loam, clay invest 50c in a jar of WIL .. INTHEEASTMISSES
carried out properly and care titious matter of all kinds. SON'S FRECKLE CREAM .
.
.
and they'll disappear. Severe .
+ taken to procure material of the right contain no stones larger rases may require two jars-
consistency of half (1.2)) inch in their We
asphaltic oil. no more. positively guarantee -
"If I can be of any assistance to you mensions, nor practically this and if your complexion HA LION & DUNN I
which will isn't fully restored to
particles
in the future or you wish to advise of pass
its natural beauty, we agree to refund your
with me further on any particular a screen of fifty ((50) money without argument. And in addition.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fragrant -
point that I have not covered in regard lineal inch. toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow, Agents for Barclay Corsets i
to this construction The finished surface of : ) and does positively remove TAX and
if will
you FRECKLES. Try it at our risk. Price 500-
shall present such crown sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.WILSON'S .
.. ., FAIR SKIN SOAP 25c Wilson McCall's Patterns
Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- ,rected by the Engineer. For Freckle sale Cream b/ Co., Charleston, S. C., makers
ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. I The Contractor shall e
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;; THE DAILY MINUTES[ Of BOARD Of COUNTY was accepted. cate No. 433 of 1912 to be redeemedat 1

Communication from C. B. Robinson .
South Florida Sentinel the fiat sum of $50, not includingclerk's
in reference to certain lands of -
COMMISSIONERS i cost, within 60 days on account -
MORNING AND WEEKLY j I Mrs. Car, occupied by road from Or- of excessive tax. Upon motion

S JOSIAH FERRIS Editor ud Oiracr. lando to Orange Center, received. On the comptroller was requested to

Complete Record of the Proceedings motion it is ordered that a warrant grand said request.

fca.Entered u Second at the Clue portoffiet Matt Matter.at Orlando Flor- of the County Legislators in ,for $39.75 be issued in payment for Messrs. Dickson and O'Neal appeared -

: the land used for road. Deed for the before the Board on behalf of A MESSAGE

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Regular Session roadway received and filed. the Subtropical Midwinter Fair asso-
; Daily. Year ..........................$5.00
i Davy 6 Month* ....................... 2 50 i i The tax assessor presented three ciation, asking for assistance to rebuild -
S DtOl: S Months ...................... 1.25 Monday, July 6, 1914 t I copies of the 1914 assessment roll. the race course. Upon motion
DaD,. 1 Month ....................... 50 Board met pursuant to adjournment : 4
Pending the examination of the same, the Board agreed to do work amounting -

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 Present, Chairman Overstreet, upon motion further examination is :,,I to $700 or to furnish money to
Weekly. 6 Months ..................... .7 iTO Commissioners Dillard, Brown, Star postponed to Wednesday, July 8. the extent of $700.

bird and Sweet. 1! Communication from tax commis- Petition of Seth Woodruff, W. A.
1 ADVERTISERS: Petition of Jno. E. Johnson, Gust
sioners received and read.A from
Stacey et al. for a road beginning on
f Cpy for display sad all lau band-Mt Jackson et al. received and laid over communication from Geo. A. De- west line of northwest quarter of
Jmthinf nut be handed in at the buincutfkt under the rules.J. I'
r, .f the Sentinel net later than 2 p. m. Cottes, attorney for the Board, of': southeast quarter of section 31, township 4
a the day before publication. This rule applies N. Whitner appeared before the Commissioners of +f
County Seminole j j 22, range 30, 10 chains south of
; tf ehucea for contract advertinnj it U
in
: board reference to of
tarariable and win be strictly adhered to.Subceriben equalization county, suggesting a settlement between I northwest corner of said 40 acres, and Our
Y taxes on certain lands owned by the counties of and
Orange run due east to east line of said section -
desiring The Sentinel diaeona Tosohatchee Ranch in Or- I
company, Seminole received. the basis
tinned should notify the office in writing en Upon 31, received and laid over under
the date of expiration otherwise it will be ange county. Assessment to remain of the statement in said communication I the rules.
continued at the regular subscription rates. made the tax Corset
as by assessor.
ante notice to atop u received. the clerk was instructed to ascertain I Petition of Seth Woodruff, C. M. :
Following bonds as notaries public if the statement contained in i Higgins, for a road beginning on

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914. approved: !, DeCottes' communication corresponds west line of northwest quarter of
R. C. Bigelow; sureties, T. J. San- with the heretofore submit- I,
reports souhteast quarter of section 31, township
x What has the.yacht races got to do I ders and W. M. Davis. 'i ted by the auditors adjusting the accounts 22 south, range 30 east, 10 chains Departifieni e '
Chas. Lord sureties D. R. Eller- I
; of the two counties. I
with the price of beans, anyway? south of northwest corner of said 40
bee W. :M. Brittain and W. P.
Communication from W. G. Smith :
F1 acres, run due north to north line of
o
,
Gwynne.J. I relative to the road from Winter said sfction 31, received and laid over
z Bread will continue at five cents a H. Jones; sureties, J. W. Wil- : Park to Fairview received and clerk J under the rulse.
loaf notwithstanding a billion bushel mott and Chas. Lord.D. .
I instructed to notify him that the road j Upon motion the settlement be.I .
wheat crop. E. Jernigan; sureties, P. F. Lau is opened. I twee the counties of Orange and
0 bach and J. C. Hanner.Communication 4:1
Tax collector his final
} I presented Seminole was left with the committee icy
Wonder if Burns could locate those from Board of
report of insolvencies, errors and heretofore having this business in
two men blown up with nitroglycerinin County Commissioners of Osceola I double assessments and clerk was instructed charge, and upon ascertaining the

Ohio the ,other day? county, received, read and acknowl to make the proper entries. amount due Seminole county war-

o edged. I Clerk was instructed to have an rants to be drawn on the respective

While we didn't do it, there's no Communication from Board of : electric fan installed in the vault. funds in payment of said amount.

reason we shouldn't wonder who paid County Commissioners of Hernando I Clerk was instructed to have the I Final reciept to be given by Seminole .

the expenses of mediation. county, received, read and acknowl- sewer connection made with court county.

edged. ;house. I Upon motion it was ordered that

;. The St. Augustine ball team is I Communication from J. E. Ingra-i f Board adjourned to Wednesday, the supervisor of registration be paid Corset of today is dif-

3' dubbed the "Saints." Bet they don't ham, vice-president of Florida East I July 8, 1914. $40 per month, beginning July 1, THE from the corset of yes-

talk like saints when the umpire rules Coast railway, received, read and acI I Wednesday, July 8, 19U 1914. The wasp waistline

... the other way. knowledged. j Board met pursuant to adjourn- The examination of assessment roll is a thing of the past. The
f t 0 Communication from :Model Land I ment. Present, Chairman Overstreet, resumed. Upon examination found high bust is no longer in vogue. The

t Every now and then some hitherto company, received, read and acknowl Commissioners Dillard, Sweet, Brown satisfactory and approved as presented. heavy corset with its stays is dis
edged. I and Starbird. carded. The fashionable
figure, now,
I unknown rises and declares the
up
Communication from the Florida Petition of G. T. Smith R. Heidtet J is that
poor have no rights, meaning they I S. Following reports of county officers one portrays youthfulness,one
l have none he can get at. Grower, received, read and acknowl- al. to have G. F. Walker appointedas I received and filed: Superintendent that is expressive of selfindividualism. -

edged. inspector of marks and brands of of county home, county physician The new corsets are sensible. ,
e 0y Letter from Frank H. Williams in district number 11 presented and approved superintendent of roads, treas. They create graceful lines-and what
Somebody has figured that 35,000- reference to his increased duties as and forwarded to is also important is that afford
governor. urer to county and to state, receipts, they
000 cocktails drunk in the
were
superintendent of registration' and I Communication from W. V. Knott, certificate of 'banks, sheriff to state so much eomfort. Women ought, and

United States last year, and many a asking for increase of salary, received ': comptroller, in respect to the divisionof I auditor, polls, licenses, April and May we believe, really do, appreciate the
t man is wondering who drank the
and matter taken under advisement.
I tax redemptions between state and tax redemptions, and auditor's finan- present vogue.
f other ten.Mediation. Jno. C. Jones appeared before the
received and read.
county, cial statement.
L; 0 Board in reference to building the )I Judge Warlow appeared before the I Accounts examined and warrants The method of buying corsets has

,) has ended and the only road from the Seminole county line to :. Board on behalf of Mrs. Geo. C. ordered drawn. likewise changed. Women of dis-

I; thing accomplished was the prolonging Osceola county line and presented a ; Crawford, asking the Board to recom- There being no further business cretion have learned that to wear

of the agony until everybody has memorial with petitions in connection '' mend the redemption of tax certifiIMtlMMMtlttlMtlMM board adjourned to first Monday in cheap corsets is poor economy. Ex-

forgotten that Huerta was told to therewith. Upon motion the Board August.IMMIillHiMliiiHiMI. perience has taught them that a cor-

salute that flag or else. took the matter under advisement. -' set Which is not stylish is a constant

o B. L. Griffin, J. B. Redditt and L. reminder that a mistake has been

The inmates of the Charlestown, McRaney appeared before the Board I made, and that a corset causing discomfort .

:1 Mass., jail contributed $288 to the asking for relief on their respective Geo. C. Dolive T. F. HOURfflAN : : is unnecessary.In .

,_, relief of the Salem fire sufferers. contracts for road work with the
:1 Charlestown must be the where county. On motion it was decidednot Licensed Plumber and years past the average woman ,
place
Sanitary Engineer asked for 22 28 whatever
a or a or
.t sconfined.wealthy.bean eating malefactors are ,Chas.to give Whidden the relief appeared asked before for. the J T lIn Y.. Estimates Furnished. Jobbing size she wore. Today the woman who

" | Promptly Attended to. has learned the proper method ofbuy-
Board in reference to removing his
J( 0 PHONE 629 ing a corset Wlll ask for a garment
fence on the road running south from I
+1 The fact that many Florida postmasters Phone to fit her figure, to give her the lines
Orlando to the Orange Center road. 106 Court Street :
1
have recently gotten a raise I now in vogue,to so fit her that not a
to his fence clear
Proposed remove ,
in pay is taken as an indication that the right of way for the road throughhis 248 or 355MMIimimilMMIMtt ORLANDO, FLORIDA : stay will cause discomfort. She will
>_, the state is growing. It might also leave the selection of a proper model
land and do the work necessaryfor 4-2l-1mMIIMIMIMMHIIIIMIM,
be taken as an indication that box to a skillful corsetiere, and she will
$75. Upon motion proposition
f rent will grow. assure herself that the corsetiere understands -

? -A her work.
. .1111.1111111. ..
t.: The Lake Worth Herald boasts of tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll.I..I..III..11111
Hence this'message from our cor-
the brand of music rendered by the We use exclusively the famous cream from Sydonie Dairy, set department. We suggest that (
c Lake Worth quartette, and prints a
Y picture of the instructoress which ex- Zellwood, in manufacturing our ice cream. A trial order all you trust us with your corset problem.If .
your figure does not present the
t
plains it all. Any mutt on earth we ask.
graceful lines you think it should,
would sing or die to please that visionof
Jet us suggest a change of corset;
loveliness. McELROY'S PHARMACYGive
let us point out what changes can be
-o
made. We feel sure that we can help
It cost a St. Petersburg negro $3 to ns a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHf AE 20. Try our Ice Cream.IMttMHIIMIIIMtililllilliiMlttM. you.

call another "cullud genman" a "nig-
. . . lt has been
illllllliliilliilliiiMlltMtf ever our policy to give
If
ger. everybody in the state had
.
our patrons a high degree of service,
to pay up back dues at the same rate
and in our corset department this .
Uncle Sam wouldn't boast about the fltiiMttt HtittMiiMiiiimtiiimiimtiiMMMMtHiiiiiiiiimiiinATTRACTIVE
r service is of great importance. It is
excess of income tax received from
' Florida next just as easy to sell you a proper model -
year. ,
o as it is to sell you a model that

was never intended for your figure.
Huerta has received some good h
It is all matter of how.
a knowing
news at last A few days ago a ,

,' Mexico City paper printed a report GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES We are prepared to serve you in a i

thaf Villa had been assassinated by a manner that will meet with your entire l'

woman. Bet the old cutthroat's be- Commencement Day-an important event in the approval. We carry all the new- J1

,} lief in the efficacy of prayer was lives of young people should receive some fitting markof est models in both front and back- .
.
. strengthened an hundred fold. appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the laced corsets. We have suitable gar-

o occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of ments for every type of figure. For

s a It is now claimed that cleanliness Jewelry? the short, and stout figure we have a

is necessary as a preventive of corset that will give the effect of

plague. These days cleanliness is DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe slenderness. For the slender figured

a rated as the general cure-all and they woman we have a corset that will
direct the attention tf relatives and friends to
wonder is that had an- '
we ever any beautifully model the lines into gracefui -
the and suitable Gifts to be had at this
cestors, considering former days when many pretty proportions. In fact we can cor-
store. From the most inexpensive of this season's
: bath tubs were a luxury and the new- rect all defects of the figure, so that
est novelties to the Exquisite Gift of Beautiful Dia-
a
swimming hole visited ,
was only on it will appear as you desire it to ap-
summer Sundays.The mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values
pear. Permit us to prove our claims.
o and assortment. .
Washington American league A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno

l ball team will be looking for new obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. _

training quarters next spring, Char- _

lottesville, Va., having proved too j .
cold the past spring. The fair ground : e

right here in Orlando is the very :

t: place and the Board of Trade might :

be able to so convince Manager :


't way.Qarke Griffith.-Worth o trying any- :.I I DI O .IV ( O. ,


QUIT YER-KIDDIN :I the JewelerOPPOSITE

The editor of the Star thanks the : ,

editors of the Tampa Tribune and the :

Orlando Sentinel for their good wishes. : POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENTAL[ [ S STORE 0

No matter how well these gentlemen I '

may be situated, either of them :

4 could make a good paper with no oth- : EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING

er furniture than a pencil, a nail keg :

to sit on and a drygoods box to writer I
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THE ORLANDO TUNER, FLA. S Grill I-j 9 LIQUOR-

Open 2p.m.and6:30p.m. !

Burrell Yates Pleads Guilty to Illicit
1 1 I Admission 5 cents I 0 D Dz
,. Manufacture and Sale
Mr. J. $'adler spent yesterday on F D GllDGDGllDGDGllDGDGllDGDGllDGATO ,

our streets./ DAY'S PROGRAM of Whiskey "Gel II 111 A t Allen's""

left Thursdayfor
Mr. Chas. E. Boyer BUYS AND SELLS
Powers. Edwin August in "The Burrell Yates, an aged white man
St Louis. Hand That Rules the World."
residing eighteen miles south of St.
Powers. "Too Much Married," featuring -
Dr. J. C. Sykes spent Thursday in REAL ESTATE Donald McDonald in his own Cloud, was arrested Wednesday by H 11' "

Jacksonville on business. comedy production. Deputy U. S. Marshal L. A. Rennolds,

Nestor. "The Dead Line. A of Tampa, on the charge of conduct-
Mr. Lee Lorain, of Wekiwa Springs, thrilling Western drama with Cleo '
is at the San Juan. Madison and David Hartford. ing an illicit distillery. He was
a guest 600 south ofVin
; acres -; brought to Orlando and taken beforeU. Show Us Your WatchFobsPLEASE

Mr. J. L. Feinberg made a short ; ter Garden and west of S. Court Commissioner Wilber 1,.

trip to Kissimmee yesterday.Mr. SERVICES AT ANTIOCH CHURCH Tilden and
Gotha, including 10 acre I SUNDAY entered a plea of guilty. !

H. Q. Grabinsky, of Jacksonville Commissioner Tilden placed him under -

is a visitor to our city. ; orange grove. The en- ; bond in the sum of $1,000 for his Summer is the time for you

Mr. J. Darling is spending a fewdays tire tract covered with Everybody is invited to attend ser- appearance at the February term of V to have a fob, we have one in
vices at Antioch Primitive Baptist
Jacksonville business. I timber. Two the federal court at Tampa. Hon. that will
in on yellow pine :church on Sunday. Preaching and our assortment
W. J. Sears and Hon. E. L. Lesley, of
Mr. Howard Smith, of Plymouth, ; miles of lake shore.MMIMMMMMHUiMIM. grand rally at 11 o'clock a. m. Kissimmee, readily stood security. please you.

spent Thursday about our streets. Preaching and covenant at 3 o'clockp. D D
When the officers went to the still
Dr. P. Phillips has returned from a m. Rev. W. C. Collier, of the M. OurVatch Chains
they discovered irrefutable evidenceof
ten days business trip down to Miami. E. church, will preach at the even- '
the making of illicit liquor and -
secured
Butler left ing service. The choir of EbenezerM. are the best made, we can
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
the pipes and cans with which
Thursday for Cincinnati and Detroit. W. C T U. MEETING THIS E. church will render several se- I the work was done. After leaving furnish any kind you want-

AFTERNOONThe lections. Communion and feet wash- : D those with
Harry Dickson and Marion Ives they met Yates on the road and arrested 20 year guaranteeare
at night. The principal feature.
ing
returned last night from Daytona him. Yates admitted his guilt, very modest in price.
Woman's Christian Temperance will be the educational sermonlectureby
:Beach as above stated, and was released
Union will meet this afternoonat the pastor; subject, "Man's Dutyas

Miss Hope Starbuck is expected 3:30 in the parlors of the Metho- Seen in the Light of God's Good- after making bond. E Allen & Co.

home tomorrow from Lakeland,where dist church. new." The pastor will leave for The officers discovered. the still in Ii } ,

she has spent several days with Huntsville, Ala., on Monday to attend an outhouse near Yates' place and

friends. confiscated nine feet of galvanizediron Jewelers
MISS HART ENTERTAINEDMany the Primitive Baptist National con-
Mrs. Mary Calvert and daughter, vention. pipe and two cans which he had

,Miss Louise, and two sons left Thurs- used in his crude operations. The U Prompt Repairing.
of the card clubs have discontinued -
remain product was a rather raw sort of

day for Louisville, Ky., to un-
their meetings for the sum- PLEASANT SOCIAL AT CHAPTER .
til fall "moonshine" whiskey, but Yates is Everything Guaranteed.MMHMIHMIIIMIKtMMimitllllllllMMiM.
mer, among them the Nullos, but sev- HOUSESt.
said to have had a market for all he
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, of Daytona, eral times during the past month its

are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. members have gathered for a seriesof Cecilia's Guild held an enjoy- could manufacture with his home

,Laughlin III., at their attractive homeon games, and yesterday a particularly able social at the Chapter House last made apparatus. He was well knownin
the north
country of Lake Okee-
Highland avenue. enjoyable meeting was held at the evening, several very delightful' musical chobee.

Mrs. A. E. Holmes and son, Charles, home of Miss Margaret Hart. and literary numbers being giv-

leave today for their home in Tampa, Duplicate auction was played, and en, while the proceeds from the sale

after a pleasant visit with Mrs. the afternoon's play was most inter- of delicious ice cream and home made OBITUARYMrs. [b .eD

Holmes' mother, Mrs. A. Rinaldi. esting, although the high scores were cake will help the fund needed to en- Venia Newton, whose home oClOo on

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bogue have returned not recorded. A cream course was large the kitchen at the Chapter was near Lake Howell, died July 1st, __________ -- - - ---- __ __ ____ __ ____h _
from a visit to Jacksonville. served at six o'clock. House.
I and was buried at the Lake Howell
They were accompanied home by Mrs. The guests were Mrs. DeWitt Mil- Each part of the program was cemetery on Thursday, July 2, 1914. + .H

Bogue's sister, Miss Shirley Mon- ler, Mrs. Walter Brittain, Mrs. S. G. greatly enjoyed, and included both She
was 17 years old; had been a
Dolive Mrs. Merle Mrs. C. and instrumental solos with
tague. McElroyf vocal ,
member of the church for about five _

Miss Nellie Chandler, who has been B. Robinson, Mrs. H. L. Beeman, Mrs.I recitation of original poems by Miss years and will be greatly missed by purnfwft

nursing here for the past two years, Edward Hauseldt, Mrs. J. N. Brad- ',:Alice Whitman and of "The Day of her friends.

shaw, Miss Kilmer, Mrs. Harold :' Penalties" Miss Grace
C. Precious by
left Thursday for Camden, S. Grandma Newton, especially will
Bowne, Mrs. McEwan, and Mrs. Ed- :
where she has accepted a position in Boone. miss her. Venia had made her home

the Camden hospital.Mr. wards. i Among the music numbers, each with grandma most of the time, since Rocky Ford Cantaloupes
I rendered two beau-
excellently were
W. T. Wilson and daughter, she was two years of age. 'Twas
Mrs. H. H. Dickson and Miss Ethel tiful solos by Mrs. Nutter: "A Pussy
Miss Ruby, of Apopka, spent Thurs- grandma who taught her to pray and Order
them
day with his daughter, Miss Willie gill leave tonight for Jacksonville Willow" (Mildenberg! ), and "A Per- go to church. | today before they are gone.

and will sail on Saturday for New fect Day" (Bond). A violin solo,
Wilson, who is connected with the Her death is a sore trial to her

Dickson-Ives company. York. "Cupid's Dance," by Miss Lauda mother. The father, mother and all

and The Seaboard switch : Beggs, and one by Mrs. Krauss, 'IResI Georgia Peaches.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Evans two engine jumped I the family have the sympathy of the
Louis of the track in switching around some ignation. Mrs. Krauss also played the people of the neighborhood.
children, of St are guests I
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Buckmaster. Mr. box cars Wednesday afternoon at the i I violin"obligato for "Schubert's Sere- Florida Limes.
nade Mrs. Snitzer, of Win-
sung by
Evans is connected with the M. K. & Washington street crossing. No great SHERIFF KEPT MOB FROM JAIL

T. railway at St. Louis. damage was done, save the time it ter Park. AND SAVED PRISONERBay
I
Miss
took to place it back on the track Mrs. Florence Hudson and
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Thornton and Bertha Dawson each a piano
and do a little mending.Mr. I gave Springs, Miss., July 9.-A
Miss Mayme Thornton leave today solo, the latter playing "Moonlighton : THE SANITARY GROCERY !
which
mob at midnight attempted to
H. has
for their old home at Brownsville, Darling returned to his the Hudson."

will home at Gloversville, N. Y. but be- lynch Mose Johnson, a negro, was
:pa., for a summer sojourn. They Frequent hearty encores attestedthe
fore let the baffled by Sheriff Jones, who sum- CARUTHERS & GORE
return to Orlando in the fall. leaving contract to Mr. appreciation of the audience, the
moned thirty citizens to reinforce his
Mr. Robert Floyd King was mar- Green for the building of a very attractive evening proving most pleasant for all I
bungalow North posse of thirteen deputies and an- Phone 290 6 &: 8 E. Pine Street
Miss Mae Eason at four on Magnolia -
ried to present.
nounced he would the
protect pris
,o'clock Wednesday afternoon by Mr. avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Darling i
all hazards.
at
J. Van Buskirk, notary public, in the spent the greater part of last winterat I NO APOLOGY NEEDEDIf oner
the St. Charles and were so favorably After having surrounded the local CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
immediately with the Sentinel is a little late in jail for some hours the mob dispersed
impressed Orlando that
reaching you this morning, "there's a early today. FUNERAL DESIGNSiiiiiiriimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinianiip 5
they have decided to make this their
their future home at Sanford, where "
reason. The linotype operator was
future home. The negro will be taken to Jack-
t Mr. King is engaged in the trucking taken ill during the night and it was son, Miss., for safe keeping. John
business.Mr. CoL T. J. Watkins returned yester-
i with the greatest difficulty that the son held up and robbed the pay car

George Mayer, of Conway, paid day from a brief visit ,to Atlanta, paper is gotten out anything like on of the Gilchrist-Fordney company at

this office a call Thursday morning.He where he was called to the bedside of time.-Orlando Sentinel Steens, Miss., on June 27, securing r Fare
his friend, Major W. C. Tolbert Egg
had some corn stalks on his wagon Don't worry, Sentinel. The paperis $2,300 in currency. In effecting the &\ ,
Major Tolbert who is well known
DAtIY
which measured twelve feet long, so neat, so readable and so well robbery Johnson killed one clerk and .,
here, having spent several winters in BUffALO
which fair sample of what can
was a put together that your subscriberswill wounded two.CRIMINAL .
i
this city, is very low, but there is a :
be soil. Mr. EVELAND
grown on our Mayer excuse a "fall down" once in a

says that he has eight acres of this chance for his recovery. CoL Wat- while. Printing a newspaper in lower PROSECUTION OF SIR
kins reports Atlanta weather cool and :
fine corn and has just harvested a Florida is not all "peaches and THOMAS LIPTON SUG-
pleasant and says that city continues
splendid crop of Irish potatoes, which cream.-Lake Worth Herald. GESTED IN COMMONS
to grow and prosper.To .
were grown between the rows at the 4

same time. x. Eat what you want. London, Eng. July 9.-Criminal
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length
the trade union is attributed the Eat all you want. prosecution of Sir Thomas Lipton
Take a postscript and forget it. 500 feet;bmtkli 98 feet,Inc&et;510 lUlmomi and pulort tttammtAun 1500 .......
Eat what you want credit for having abolished home For sale by all durggists. and his co-directors in Liptons, Ltd., I fm. Greater ia ca: v-larger in aD proportion*-ncfcer in aD .]-j-ninrmr-ti-ill in uy MUMT owlMointmtJtht
Eat all you want. work in the ladies' garment trades almost l-7-d&w-lyr I was suggested by Sir Arthur Mark- world; I..en.ce June 15I&
Tike a postscript and forget it. Munificent Steamm"SEEANDBEE.""Cty of Erie"wrf"City of Buffalo"
to the exclusion of
For sale By all druggists. every other ham, a liberal member, in a question Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELANDMaylsttoDecalat
agency. Try the Sentinel Job addressed to the
l-7-d4w.lyr Department. today attorney gen- A tare Buffalo . 900P.M. Lan Oefeloid . WOP.M.
v AmraOereluJ 740A.M. Ani..Bd'aJo . 7JOA.M. '"
eral.The Eutera Standard Tone
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. . . . . . . . . " ' question, the putting of which ceecdoo..taev for Pnvin.BaT.Toledo.Detroit u 111111"1111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111'tlllllllllllllllllll was postponed by arrangement, arose ticket reading Iwtveea: Buffalo ud QertUnd are food fortruuporUtMaon ear teamen.JUk
poor ticket agent fbtUckcu rU c.&B.Line Write us for b.odwm..llnaat.d booklet free.
out of the recent conviction of nine
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland 0.
army officers and eight civilion em-

ployes of Liptons, Ltd., on chargesof

RJCRNTODAY receiving and giving bribes to influence -

allotment of army supply con-

b' : tracts. The court held that the defendants JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

were acting upon a system LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Litt. D., LL. D., President
encouraged by the directorate of the
THE BEST SCHOOL T 0"0000 FOR YOUR CHILDREN
company.
"The Embassador's Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Septa!25.
Envoy a beautiful two reel i
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"HONESTY"We 40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts
17 University Buildings College of Law
\ Domino feature. 28 Acre Campus College of Technology
469 Students Last Year College of Business
do not burglarize people's $1,089.099 Endowment Preparatory Academy
"Jane the Justice reel houses steal silver. 23.500 Volumes in Library School of Mechanic Art
: ; ; a one Beauty comedy featuring or our neighbor's $10.000 Pipe Organ School of Mask
But are we honest in the little 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
i i Fischer that beautiful Unsurpassed General Normal School
j Margarita actress .things? Remember, it is the little Equipment
Separate Dormitories for young men and young women. Careful administration
things that make the big. A single and thorough supervision Chnstian and not sectarian teaching.;
For catalog or views, for information,or for room reservation address
"The Buffer reel
Reliance.
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a one brick or piece of mortar is insignificant DEtAND-
B. STETSON UNIVERSITY.
but combined with other bricks ; JOHN FIORIDA

To-morrow "Our Mutual Girl" is kidnapped and and pieces of mortar they may forman I

imposing building.I ----- --
11 held for ransom.
have heard more than one man
And it must follow the night the
cents and strike at the root And the as
boast of his honesty, "he had never

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away ii in his life taken anything that did not root is ourselves. For the fault lies Thou cans't day not then be false to any

rightfully belong to him," and like not so much in the fact that we are
the holder of the I "
again tonight to lucky ten cent ticket. j J man.
Longfellow's Smithy, "He can look dishonest with others, as it lies in the
-E. N. James Tomkins Cove N. Y.
< ,
the world in the face for
whole he fact that we are dishonest with our-

first Floor, 10 Cents Balcony 5 Cents QriHren Cells ii I owes not any man." And so he can, selves. So if we would be honest we
if his idea of honesty is limited to Women stenographers in the em-
had best follow Shakespeare's advice of the United States
mere dollars and cents. But if we I ploy government

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FOR SALE ORLANDO ,

Nursery stock, one, two, three and
lour year old buds; Foster Early,
; the'convenience of the public we will keep Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl,

.ti. our drug store open all night. An experienced Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE

druggist will constantly be in charge.' WE NEV. : I,
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FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare

ER CLOSE. : bargain; recently completely over- I FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES MMMMMMIMItllMMIMMIMMMllMMUm

F I iauled and made good as new in every !
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AND DO ALL KINDS OF
> .. part; pz&nafeed fat class waition -

: PROMPT*, DEPENDABLE, COURTEOUS. ;. most be sold at once* even at OPTICAL REPAIRING
I sacrifice. Come, or address, White

tack Poultry Farm Leesburg, Fla. I
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! WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, .11 ORLANDO

: in good condition, for Victrola and .
records. Piano may be seen at For

: mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,

4. The CITY DRUG STORE II I Fla. DR. L OPTOMETRIST H. RAMSDEU .:: Water & Light Co. | '


]J. L. DEAN Proprietor. WANTED-Couple to live on country .
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It place. Call or address, 400 West (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Ukiv) .
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Central avenue. .
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!. - . - - - . . . - - - -'w . . . . . . _' IIy LOST-Auto tire about four miles ElectricityGas
::; : : : : 1:1: :: : : : : : south of Orlando, Saturday after- --- ------- -- -_
- noon. Reward. G. A. H., care Sentinel II
office.WANTED. HilllHIHIMIIMIMHIi :
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METHOD OF CONSTRUCTION Rubber Stamps made U order at 1i
Wannan's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. PARTNER, with an auto- i Water Ice

.y mobile,'for an engineering proposi- For SaleOR
_, (Continued from page 3)) NOTICEOf tion. Good profits. Address B. J.,

road with water when and as direct- care Sentinel.

;' ed by the Engineer.In AppHcatien for Tax Deed Under Settle 8of Office---No. 18 West Central Ave.
Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy
distributing the oil no overlap sewing of all kinds, and work ready
Notice is hereby given that Henry Keeren.
ping shall be allowed. of Florisant Mo., purchaser of tax certificate when promised, at room No. 6, over EXCHANGEFive :
All depressions in any course shall No. 28. dated the 3rd day of June A. D. Estes' drug store. Misses Keen &
1912, has filed said certificate in my office Baldwin.
be filled with the same material used and has made application for tax deed to Room House, built I
and rolled issue in accordance with law. Said certificate Telephone No. 6liniitiiiiniiiiiiiiiit
that
in particular course
embraces the following described property WANTED-Position as nurse in con of cement blocks 24x36, ;
w until a smooth, true and unyielding situated in Orange county, Florida, to.wit: finement cases, general nursing or
West half of northwest quarter and southwest Cartright shingles two !
l surface is obtained. quarter and southwest quarter of south housekeeper. Best references. Phone ,

s' If at any time before the acceptance : east quarter, section 27 township 20' south 515. 78.5t I lots some '
100x150,
i range 27 east. The said land being assessed young i
of the work any soft or imperfect at the date of such certificate In,the name
FOR RENT peach, and ;
of Delta Canal Company. orange grape-
in the
;; places or spots develop Unless said certificate shall be redeemed "
surface, the material at all such points according to law tax deed will issue thereonon fruit trees. Driven well Z
the 28th day of July A. D. 1914. FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear i , . . . . . . . iittni J
shall be removed and replaced with feet.
Witness my official signature and seal this W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney 200
the 27th of A. D. 1914-
day June
material and then rolled until -
new street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stevenson
(Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. Address \
the joints or edges at which the new Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County Fla. or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. I "

k work connects with the old become in- I
NOTICEIn
424
Box
t visible. FOR RENT-Two office spaces in ,
Circuit Court of Orange County, State : Iiwj SOON
the our store at No. 9 W. Church street.
All removal and of
replacement un-

satisfactory material shall be done at of Evelyn the Florida.In matter Mary. of Cooper Scire et Facias aL. as on Executors behalf of of Electric Come in and Co.we will show you. 3-29-tf Pierce : Kissimmee, Florida68lm Are You a Woman ? f ARTICLES

j. the expense of the Contractor. George Faithful!. I 300
No bituminous work shall be done versus '
# Hy. Spencer Brooker. TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- ILLUSTRA
during rainy weather nor when weather Scire Facias for issuance of Execution on ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. ,

conditions as to temperature ort JudgmentTo 4-26-tf IIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIMIIIIILICE : TIONS
the Defendant. H,. Spencer Brooker:
otherwise, are in the opinion cf the You are hereby notified that a writ of Take
Scire Facias has been sued out of said Court Gar ui
Engineer, unfavorable to obtaining against you on behalf of Evelyn Mary Cooper MISCELLANEOUS Popular Mechanics
f: satisfactory results. and Montague Ellis, as Executors of George
Faithful!, deceased the object of said writ LOST-White bull terrier tan ? Magazine
"The Massachusetts Highway Commission being to obtain an execution against you upona pup J
judgment rendered against you by said spot over left eye. Reward. Phone The lice question is quickly. WRITTEN SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT1
will furnish all
i as'phaltic Court on the 7th day of November 1895 in 1021. 7-4-3t settled if you dust your fowls nith I CREA T Continued Siory of the World'
necessary for mixing in barrels and favor of George Faithful!, who died testatein The an10110 I A Progreu which you may begin readingat
the year 1905, his Executors being the Conkey's Lice PowderIt's and which
any time will hold your i
'r for sealing coat in tank cars at the said Evelyn Mary Cooper and Montague Ellis;: Up to date painting, papering, etc., interest forever. You are living in the best
railroad freight station nearest to the and you are commanded to appear to said is the kind you want. Where to get safe,quick and sure. year,of the most wonderful age.of what is
writ of ache facias on or before the rule day it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Saves your poultry profits because it e str.. doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
site of the work. in July, 1914, being the 6th day of July. 1914. Entrican. 1-20-tf A resident of Man would gladly pay-
"The Commision will the oil ARTHUR F. ODLIN Kills the LiceDoesn't \ nnfl FOR ONE YEAR'S
order $1
fOR SALE AT U.
Attorney for Executors of George Faithful We insure life and loan WHSF SUBSCRIPTIONto
your you Harm Chickens
? when to do the Contractor Deceased.IN
s requested so by this magszinem order to keep informed of
real
on estate at 6 cent
money per
Pnce 25 cents,SO cents and$1.00 our progress in Engineering and Mechanics.
interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., For the mm that hide n the corks by t -- Are you reading it? Two millions of your
THE CIRCUIT COURTOf day and prey thickens a night spray Ai For neighbors are, and it is the favorite
1
"The Contractor shall be responsible Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. your poultry house set c.. ,,, in thousands of the best American magazine >
for any and all railroad storage the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof 3-25rd&wtf Conkey's lice Liquid ,: homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
Florida for Orange County DR. F. C. BOARDMAN young-men and women.
charges and for any loss or damage dean them out thoroughly Quart 35
City of Orlando Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, cent,hall gallon H)cents gallon sun The gives"Shop Seta"to Dent how(to pare)
NIT way to make
to material that after the For the head
louse
may accrue vs. at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. deadly use DENTISTBoardman useful article for home and shop,repairs,etc.
livery of the oil at the railroad de- Ida E. Davis. 519tf. CONOIIILICE ; e. Amatevr Kechauca"(10 pages)lolls how to
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. make Mission furniture,wireless outfit,boat
livery selected. To the defendant Ida E. Davis: Sentinel want ads. Effective and downl harm chicks t Building engines,magic,and all the things a boy loves
; ,"The Contractor is to heat Jhe It appearing from the affidavit of the City] are money get and 2S cents Money back rf thesepreparx $1.50 PER YEAR. SINGU COMES IS CENTS !
Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed ters. Try them. ors do not wtofy Aik nor tumtoibg to show ro w orWRfl
oil in tank cars or otherwise,team the that he believes you are a non-resident of the II 1M r.E.c.u,c..CIrt/ud,0Li. Office Hours: 'It FREt SAMPlE COPY TODAY
State of Florida and that residence is
oil to the site of the work and apply your 8:30 to 12:00: 1 A) to 4:00 POP< *-AK MECHANICS CO. +
unknown and that there is no person in this Don't wait for every one in town to P. F. LAUBACH 313 W.Wuhingtoa St,CHICAGO
.w. there as specified, without compen- state the service of a subpoena upon whom have Entrican, the painter, before Telephone 540.
would bind and that is above
you your age
sation additional to the price paid the age of 21 years. you try. Am too busy to look you
It is therefore ordered that you do appearin up. Phone 636 and I will be on the .A.A_ a a a .--; a-:;;: -- _ _ _ _ . .. . . .. IlL
per facing.square" yard for bituminous sur- ,September this Court 7, A.to D.the 1914.bill herein filed, upon :I job. 1-20-tf) : ; 1;+. _}; ;; ; ;tI-4 \"\\\\\\\\\,\" \" '\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"IS"I" \ii.iii iIT'S

It is further ordered that this order of: ;
I I publication be published once a week for eight If your paper Is not delivered

: CHANCE STATE FOR FLORIDA UNIVERSITY BOYS AT consecutive. Florida., a newspaper weeks in published the South in Orange Florida county Sentinel -- promptly, don't fail to notify the office. TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE

Witness my hand and the seal of said Cir. Find what you wait in Sentinel l
cuit Court this Srd day of July. A. D. 1914.
"
r (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. "wants.
A Florida boy may prepare for almost Clerk Circuit Court Orange County.

State any university of the, professions advertisement at the of 7- -8tw By M. A.Deputy HOWARD.Clerk. For-the news-,-read The-Sentinel f FURNISHING" I IN R( l lE.A.E

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j which appears in another column of IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf In Court of NOTICE the County TO CREDITORS Judge, Orange County. : Q QUESTION REALr

: this issue. The University of Florida the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State I State of Florida _
of Florida for Orange County I In re Estate of Wm. Smith.
h offers besides the general literary, To all Creditors Legatees, Distributees and all -
City of Orlandovs. Persons having Claim Demands 4
classical and scientific courses, excel- or against
.
said Estate: :
lent opportunities for the study of Lucy L. Do1 er. You; and each of you are hereby notified EST:
Y I Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. and required to present any claims and de-
agriculture in all of its branches, To the defendant Lucy L. Dozier: mands which you or either of you may have
in civil electrical It appearing from the affidavit of the City against the estate of Wm. Smith
courses mechan- deceased
,
Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed late of Orange county, Florida, to the under Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
ical, municipal, ,railroad and structural that he believes that you are a non-resident signed administratrix of said estate, within

i engineering, full courses in law, of the is State unknown of Florida and that and there that is your no person residence two Dated yean March from 3 the, A.date D. 1914.hereof. -delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

courses for teachers, etc. in whom this would state the bind service)On. and of a that subpoena your age upon is ELIZABETH J. SMITH, Adminfetratrh. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

The advantages of association, and above the age of 21 years. in
of the word.H.lillilMllliMIMIIIIIillllillllillMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMI
the It is therefore ordered that yon do appearin NOTICE every sense .
opportunities of forming lasting
this court to the but herein filed upon
:; friendships, with young men who will September 7. A. D. 1914. Office of of "
Supervisor
Registration
It is further ordered that this order of
tg be leaders in public affairs of the publication be published once a week for

state in future years should not be eight consecutive weeks in the South in Florida Notice is hereby given that the ; CHARGE ACCOUNTS Divided Payment Plan enables you
Sentinel a newspaper published Orange
books for registration of voters for
overlooked in
deciding a school county. Florida.
nThes upon Witness my hand and the seal of said the General Election to be held in | I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining -
advantages together with our Circuit Court this 3rd day of July A. D. 1914. November, 1914, will be open at my 4

unparalleled winter climate and the (Seal Clerk) Circuit B.Court M. ROBINSON Orange County.By office Room 20, Court House, Orlando : ; ; clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
"' low cost of attendance would seem to M. A. HOWARD. Fla., every Thursday, Friday and .
7-4-8tw Deputy Clerk. Saturday from August 5th to Octo-
indicate- that our Florida boys arerendered ber 6th, 1914, from 9 a. m. to 12 m. : ; ; feature to you.Kincaid.

without any excuse for leav- IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf and from 2 to 5 p. m. .

ing their native comomnwealth to at- the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State FRANK H. WILLIAMS, t . .IIIII.I.I.I..IIJIIIIIIIIIIII.I.III.II..IIIIIII111111I1I

tend schools of other states. of Florida for Orange County Supervisor of Registration for :
Orange County. I

i City of .Orlandovs. 7-4-wklyto8-l :
OPEN ALL NIGHT
A. B. Grove.
Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. NOTICE
The Store is To the defendant A. B. Grove: & SnowdenFurniture
City at
Drug your ser- It appearing from the affidavit of the City Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8of
vice both day and night. Prompt, Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida
dependable, courteous. tf that he believes that you are a non-resident
:1 of the State of Florida and that your residence Notice is hereby given that Gary Hand of
is Aririe. Alberta C-ada. and that Orlando. Fla, purchaser of tax certificateNo.
k First class Brazing a specialty at there is no person in this state the service ofa %50. dated the 5th day of June A. D.
: Warman's Repair. Shop o Court St subpoena upon whom would bind you. and 1911 has filed said certificate in my office, of Characterat
12-5-tf. that your age is above the age of 21 years. and has made application for tax deed to
It is therefore ordered that you do appearin issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
this Court to the bill herein filed upon embraces the following property situated in
If want bicycle fixed in September 7. A. D. 1914. Orange county:Florida, to-wit: Lot 21, blockC I
you your It is further ordered that this order of Goodwin's addition Orlando. The said I Popular Prices |
a a hurry take it to Wannan's Repair I ......
publication be published once a week for eight land being assessed at the date of the issuance -
Shop. 12- .t!. consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sentinel of such certificate in the name of '
a newspaper published in Orange conn Unknown.
Florida Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
ty
Read the Morning Sentinel. Priced Witness my hand and the seal of said according to law tax deed will issue thereonon Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida !
10 cents a week. Circuit Court this Srd day of July, A. D. 1914. the 4th day of August. A. D. 1914. : ,
(Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. Witness my official signature and seal this I
Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County.By the Srd day of July A. D. 1914.
M. A. HOWARD. (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON I 1"\\\\\\\\'t\t" \ \ \ \ \ ''IIII ""illlll"I"II't " '
Sentinel "wants" fill your wants 7-4-8tw Deputy Clerk. Clerk Circuit Court, Orange County, Fla. *i
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DAILY SPORT LETTER GROWING CHILDREN For baby's croup, Willie's daily .
Continued from page 2)) cuts and bruises, mamma's sore FOR SALE I
( Should be Protected
They Against throat, Grandma's lameness Dr.
r fight a a farce simply because Internal Uncleanliness as Well as Thomas' Electric Oil the house-
Johnson so far outclassed Moran that External ContaminationThe hold remedy. 25c and 50c. -AT A- THE MARKETOf
it was no fight at all.
delicate organs of the maturing It will pay you to let us do some I
the fight
A half dozen times during child susceptible to the
are more
JjJhnscn slapped Moran's face with influence of disease. and infection of your printing. We do it right BARGAIN Cleanliness Of

his gloved hands, then dropped his than are the more seasoned organsof I QualityFRESH
arms to his sides and laughed in derision grown-ups. Malaria takes an ear DR. A. B. WHITMAN I
ly and strong hold on the child's AND SALT
JJoran's face. A half dozen liver and causes headaches, coated I Three ten acre tracts on : MEATS

times he invited Moran to "come on tongue, indigestion, cramps and DENTIST Orlando and Kissimmee road, : FISH AND GAME
and hit me a few," but Moran wasn'tequal many other dangerous conditions. -!

to the occasion. Such acts 'as warning These are nature the provides signal that posts your of East End Charleston Block, up-stairs only two and one half miles : Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

these seem to convince the sensible child may be relieved impending I I from the post office, Orlando. :
i public that the fight was not a frame- sickness. I RHEUMATIO SUFFERERS Will sell all. The : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
one or
I
The remedy, Carswell'sLiver SHOULD USE
of burlesque proven
up-that it was something a I and
Aid. which is a purely vege- price will double when the pure.
a with Johnson applying' the table liquid compound should be in 5 DROPS
slapstick your medicine chest ready to admin- I brick road is laid. Other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Moran feels that he can make cap- ister liver.at the first sign of a disordered The Best Remedy small tracts for grove pur- : everything in the Meat Line.
that he 20 For all
ital of t.1e fact lingered cents bot- forms of
Fifty purchases a large
rounds with the champion. If he tle at McElroy's Pharmacy under poses at buying values. Also :

does, he ought to split with "LTy the absolute guarantee that price RheumatismLUMBAGO. desirable groves and city: The PARLOR MARKETH
will be if
returned without
Ahthuh," because it was due to Ah- quibble
you want it. property at prices that com- :
thuh's kindness, not to Moran's real
that the "white hope"was mand attention. :
staying powers For any itching skin trouble, piles, M. Self & Co
among those conscious when the eczema, salt rheum, hives itch, scald I
fight ended. head, herpes, scabies. Doan's Oint- SCIATICA.'COUT.NEUBALCUJ!
Seems' to us, however, that Moran ment is highly recommended. 50c a AND KIDNEY TROUBLES.DROPS. Cooper & Atha: i PINE .STREET
box at all stores.
could make a great deal more money Phone
by going on the stage under the guiseof 114 South Orange Ave., Ground FlfttrPJrone ; No. 80

a comedian. Few men have pulleda " 1.,111111111111 ,. No. ail IMIIIIIIIIIIIIII
a more laughable remark than Moran STOP THE PAINS1vuQalekRs
did at the finish of the fight, when lsfSts

bleeding, exhausted and almost blind MoCULLOCH'S'Department 1
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ed, he said between gasps: .
"I was Johnson's master at every .
stage of the fight"OAKLAND .. ,MOTS-ran OH aa.r ,

: :: Store. $two.oa 1 S4ss Rheumatic w.Nt.$ .crutA.eMAKE Cure Co.

NEWS NOTES .. W. M. SLEMONS '
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Miss Bessie Michael spent
YOUR OWN
week end with Mrs. Wm. McKinnonof ,
Sanlord. Jelly Tumblers : I -- I PAINTYOU .

Mr. J. 0. Brock is taking a vaca- .
tion at Green Springs.Mr. .u will SAVE New Goods
GO els. PER GAL Arriving DailyWe
Paul Rhodney left Saturday Fruit Jars : : <

4 to join.his wife at West Mineral, II THIS IS HOW .

Kansas.Mr. : : Yauy 4 gals.L.C&M.Semi-
Y. J. Allen of Clermont, was a all kinds Real Paint $8.40
:
pleasant caller in town on Friday. And3gals.LinseedOil
to mix with it 2.1C
Mrs. Walter Hudson has gone to I
Makes 7 gaIs.Paint for$10.
Reynolds, Ga., for an extended visit : rreservin Kettles sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.-
to her home folks. It's only $1.50 per gal. *
Mrs. Minnie Hudson took a'trip to I' : The L& M. SEMLMIXFD made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" ShoesBoys'
REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD.
Jacksonville on Thursday, to accompany I II paint ZINC and materials UNSEED for OIL-100 the years beat known. + Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.
Carl that far, who has gone to
Use a gal out of any you buy and if not the
Clinton, S. C. 20,S. Orange Avenue.HiilllMIIMHHMIMMM. :. best paint made,then return the paint and get Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
all your money back.
We are rejoicing over the good report .
I' HELM'S HARDWARE CO. & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
we hear of Mrs. Gulley, who

went to Dr. McEwan's sanitarium, at

Orlando, last week, to undergo an
operation.Mr. r

'Waits is going to put up a kAA1 W. M. SLEMONS

tank, install, a gasoline engine, and
will use the Skinner overhead irriga-

tion on his home place. URANGE AVENUEiitnntnuuttutnuO
Word comes from Mr. J. Michael

that he had a good trip, is pleased f 1M wyyA IWYW.r 11I4.11".1..1111.,111..11.1.111,1.1.1.11111111.111.1,....
with the prospects of the, mine and t 1'

is hard at work. C HHMtH
Mr. Hawkins and family, of Win- --

ter Haven, have come to Oakland to : :

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this favored section. They are stop- -; --s l" < ILL ,
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Mrs. Sharpe \ Low Round Trip RatesFROM
Mr. D. T. Connell and family, of
Waukeen brother of our merchant, JACKSONVILLE '

W. F: Connell, have taken rooms at stew . pus OKU . J5 Ciidauti . -J33W Starve the1Y"
Dtsrtr . M.M 51. Past . 5C.75 Unroll . 31.50
Mr. Robinson's.Miss I' GIwaJliSpn |s SL 5 DalstkWimpcs. . 11.5. tithe 21.40
Ellen Henschen came Monday StMUbCly 71.60 . 7S.75 EnrnJU . 318 That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly. No more dirty fly paper, or smears of

from Arcadia, where she had been YcOsntsM Psrtkai .- .. 10MO 78.H Unite Hntralretsskey-. .. .. UO 55.45 It&upob Frock Lick .' 36 35.29 JO swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of'cleanliness.That's .

spending two weeks with her sister, L Seattle..hpIea. .... 1.S3.SI.... Matinac.. .. ..5310 S1.S8 T WsDttr.it. .. -. .. 43.50 41.10
Mrs. Bevis, to stay a week with the Sd CChau Fnaaa tick .. -. 1.7S 0150 IaffaJe Niagara-Fills. .. .47.40 47.40 GntllqU lUnsurth Can. 3030 4740 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on

home folks. Miss Ellen has a good Low rates to other pomb in Colorado California Canada Minnesota time and properly cooked.
position with Wilson & Toomer at ,Michigan.the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountain Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and

Jacksonville t low rates Tickets from oa other sale points dairy 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

Mr and Mrs. Cecil Vick, of Seffner, / I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things

f arrived Monday for a visit with the I A LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.Coiq would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
Viik family. (' through St.Louis,returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool' and comfortable.
all tickets.
5- erno TCiw.nJb ral stop-overs oa
McKinnon and Mrs. Sharpe,
Supt
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
of Orlando, were callers here on the ; / i I through train daily choice of three different
fourth. / route

The postmaster and assistant celebrated } Three daily train to tie southwest through New
Ode.... Unexcelled dining car semce. Fast time. jj Orlando Water & LightCompany !
the fourth by taking break S t Rock ballast. No dost tFresorts. handsome illustrated
fast with. Mr. and Mrs. Collier, and ( booklets. of summer ,rates, sleep.,
adoth address
fmtormahosw
fog car i ej n tioDS>
eating ice cream with Mr. and Mrs. Gas Department
_ hi H.CBRETHEY,
Hewlett in the evening. FIIttnasarASeut.
Miss Helen Reasoner, of Sanford, III "" I"I"H <
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,' Shortly after midnight this morn- ? ::l !{}:;i '
Y The State Bank ol Orlando ing Company C, National Guard of
Florida, under command of
CaptainE. .
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campment at Black Point During 1 < .
y At the Close of Business, June 301914.. yesterday the local military was busi- 1M; Or ; i :. ..
tatement
RESOURCESLoans ly equipment preparing was for loaded the on trip special and cars all . t. ;( ( ( t! :. .;;.: :':. ..

and Discounts. . . . .$490,565.39 which had been placed on the siding .:t
i Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . . 252.35 near the A. C. L depot .11 ii HI1 Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the
I Stocks, Securities, etc. . .-. . . . 185,931.74 The company left forty strong and :
Furniture and Fixtures. . . . . . 13,004.30 will be absent about ten days, probably ii t I 1 I U. S, Currency, shows '

{ 1 Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . 13,875.45 returning Tuesday, July 21st
Cash on hand and due from Banks. .246,061.60 The following is the roster of the :1 I J [ 1 Deposits, June 30, 1914 $3l .236.00 I
it entrained last
company as night: :: !
c Total . . . . . . . . .$949,690.83 Commissioned Officers-Captain E. [1 I 11 I 1 Increase, since our last pub- 4

LIABILITIES C. Moore, Lieutenants Ray Chapman ;I It 11 g i lisbed statement, March 4,
i and Harry Hoffner. I : 1914 J
$5 538 s
Capital Stock . . . . . . . . $50,000.00 First Sergeant-R. W. Hyer. hull J j
Surplus . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,000.00 Quartermaster Sergeant-E. S.
c, Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 4,233.23 Hyer. .
Dividends unpaid . . . . . . . 1,496.00 Sergeants-Frank Holland, J. B. .i.UIIk Increase 13 in past $"J I"'Bj I 99 IvAjreaw I/
a DEPOSITS . . . . . . . . . 856,961.60 bins.Adams, W. M. Vestal, and Fred Rob- ': ; months, LttJ L 0 ",


Total . . . . . . $949,690.83 Corporals Lee Gilbert, Carl Rosen-I FfflhI
w baugh, R. P. Taylor and W. THE REASON I;:
Callum. '
Privates-George Bass, C. Barnes, I For our continued growth is known to our
W. Barnes, Geo. Burke, R. B. Baker,
depositors. Are you one of them, yet ?
S. D. DeLaney, Alvin Dann, Hansil
Fish, Chas. Findley, R. R. Fulton, H. ff
R. Hicks, Frank Harpy, S. Heffield, : 1
i SHOTS lEll All AROUND THE[ was blockading Puerta Plata, held by I Wm. ing, T. A. Langford, Fred Linch, ,..
the legalistas, and troops of Presi- Z. H. Love, H. M. Lee, Howard Lind- ,. '. '. . . '. ...,. . .
LAUNCHES[ dent Bordas were besieging the city sey, Alva McIntosh, Chas. McCauley, .... . .. .... . . . '. .'.. . ,. ..;.'. : ;
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f j The revenue cutter officers conferred See, 0. M. Smith, C. W. Thompson, : : : l : 1 : ;
0'I i: .y.
1 In Which Americans Were Taken with the commanding officerof C. Topliff, Leonard Wright, H. C. 1 tf.0': '. : ...... . ..:: ... . ... ,. ... ..r' ....,.... It; ,.,......'.,.' _. .. _. r. D I: Tt;
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take the refugees from the pier and Two colored cooks were taken alongin .
Pnerta Plata land them on the Algonquin. However the persons of Richard Brown and : ::: .. aI
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sniping and fighting were so Hugh Hawley. : : :.. < : .. ; .::.:: : .: : ;;. :" ;, ;: ;.;.t-\.::' .f. j?(:ig: gv: ..
Washington, July 9.-How forty- sharp that it was not deemed advisable I .
two Americans and Porto Rican ref to make the attempt until earlyon THE .AMERICA NOT A FAILURE .I ,
ugees in the besieged city of Puerta the morning cf June 26. Lieutenant I I ments in the America is not causingany construct a new aeroplane that wouldbe Permits for quite a number of new
Plata, were taken out and safely land Whitbeck, commanding small I New York, July 9.-Officers of the anxiety among aeronautical au no reflection on the America. It houses in St Petersburg have been
1 ed on the revenue cutted Algonquin on boats, went after the refugees. Bullets Aero club today emphatically denied \I thorities. As it stands the America would still stand as a remarkable issued in the last few days, by City
June 26 under a heavy fire from the struck the water all about the rumors that mechanical imperfec- represents an achievement much I Clerk W. F. Divine, of that place.
Dominican federal troops and the le- rescue vessels but no one on the tions had been encountered in the con- 'greater than was thought possible achievement, marking in reality the Among them was the permit for the
galistas was related in detail in reports boats was struck. struction of the America, which would ;within so short a time. advent of the aero-yacht. construction of the new gas plant,the
received today at revenue cut- There were nine Americans and make the trans-Atlantic flight an impossibility "Making a flying boat capable of cost of which was put at $12,000.
ter headquarters. thirty-three Porto Ricans in the party until a more reliable hy- carrying fuel and provisions for a Key West's meat strike, which fora
: I all of whom were taken back to San droaeroplane had been built i flight of twenty-four hours and so while bid fair to assume gigantic The Minnesota State Federation of
Puerto Juan, Porto Rico. Thirteen were women Henry Woodhouse, a prominent constructed as to protect the pilot is proportions, is at last settled, the Labor convention, beginning July 20,
?; South Carolina, the German cruiser ten were men and nineteen children. I member of the Aero club, and recog- a big undertaking as it is also to develop : greater portion of the striking work at Duluth, will consider questionsthat
Dresden, and the United States gun- nized as an authority on flying craft, reliable motors. I men who objected to the price of 25 are agitating workers in differ-
boat Machias were anchored outsideof I I I issued this statement: | "If by any chance it should be necessary cents a pound, having met with the ent states in addition to state probe I
the reef. A Dominican gunboat Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf "The necessity for further develop- to give up the America and i I butchers, and an agecment reached. lems. pr

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LADIES SILK PETTICOATS, a beautiful line All Day.
I in Messalines and Crepe de Chines.. All OCTAGON SOAP, 10 cakes for. . . . . . . 38c
colors and. the very latest styles. All on
r I sale at just half their regular price
BEST GLOSS LUMP STARCH Ibs. for . . 25c
GOLDEN DALE CREAMERY BUTTER, 35c.
I $3.00 quality for . . . . . . 'O. . . $1.50 or 3 Ibs. for . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00

Y $3.50 quality for . . . . . . . ;. . . $1.75 JELLY GLASSES, 11 oz. with cover, worth25c
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, t $4.00 quality for . . . . . . . II. . $2.00 PRIVATE ESTATE COFFEE, 1 Ib. tins, 40c.30c

value for . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 OZ., just as good, limit 2 dozen to customer,
$5.00 quality for . . . . . . . . . . $2.50 dozen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 C
K
i 13x -
r $6.00 quality for . . . . . . . . . . $3.00
CAMPS LYE HOMINY 3 for. 2 5.-!
MEN'S SHOE SALE, EXTRA SPECIAL One VAN large cans at $1.25, special; dozen . . . . . . . . ,9C
I lot of Men's Fine Shoes and Oxfords in Limit 1 dozen to customer.

Tans, Gun :Metal and Patent Leather.
1 These are all high grade goods, worth up A < SAVOY ASPARAGUS TIPS, 25c. value for. . 20c
to $5.00, your choice while they last. . . p 1.98 KIM'ONAS, made of a good quality of Silko-
lines, nicely trimmed, $1.00 value, 1 to a
customer . . . . . . . . '0' . . ? 4SC j
SHEETS, a good heavy quality, bleached and
free from dressing, size 81x90, 85c. value. 69c
IMPORTED SARDINES, 3 cans for. . . . . 25c WHITE GOODS EXTRA SPECIAL, Lawns,
Dimity, Voiles, Nainsooks and India Lin
BLEACHING, full yard wide, as good as the
best 121.2c. 12 for. . . $1.00 ens; some of these slightly soiled, worth *
quality, .yards up to 35c. yard, your choice . . . . . . 1 C

TABLE LINEN, pure bleached, 64 inches QUEEN OLIVES, large bottle 30c. value for. 20c
wide, splendid line of patterns, 50c. quali LAWNS, Gingham, Chambrays and Towels,
39'
ty .for . . . . . . . . . . . . . . worth .. l-2c. all on one table at. DC

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