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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning Sentinel
Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando, Fla.
Orlando Fla
Publication Date: July 11, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Volume ID: VID00378
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THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LMEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENSThe

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

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VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914. NUMBER 130.

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EDITOR SUNSET MAGAZINE I[RomDA errs HER SHAR[ Of NOTE WILL SHOW HE CONSULTED SEEMS TO HAVE SECURED CURRIE HEARING IS POSTPONED ij [ LEADER, BRINGS NO MESSAGE

AND CONTRIBUTORS EXPOSED ( BUIlDING APPROPIATION WITH HIS GENERALS EVERY CONCESSION HE UNTil MONDAY OF PEACE TO

DEFENSES REGARDING DEMANDED AT ULSTERITES


De Funiak Springs, Sanford, Kissimmee MEDIATION TORREON After Sparring of Lawyers for Short

f FORTIfICATIONS !OF CMMM : and Key West Are the Time and He Will Remain in NEXT fV[ { DAYS WILL Bf CRiICAL

Lucky Points GfNHWS UNITE AGAINSI MEDIATION ANGELES[ [ Will C COMMAND ARTIllERY Jail Over SundayThe -

OBJECTIONABLE ARTICLE IN STRONG UNIFORMED GUARD
APRIL NUMBER AND AVIATOR Washington, July 10,-The general second hearing of the killingof WITH BAYONETS FIXED RENDERED
(deficiency appropriation bill carrying WITHOUT ENDORSEMENT OF ON MARCH TO MEXICAN CAP- B. F. Bryan by D. W. Currie,
FOWLER MADE PHOTOS OF HONOR TO SIR EDWARD -
$4,585,664, last of the supply bills of HIS MILITARY CHIEFS NOTHING ITAL-GENERAL OBREGON, which occurred near Chuluota several
DEFENSES OF THE PANAMA UPON HIS ARRIVAL AT
congress, was reported to the house FOR HIM TO DO BUT VICTORIOUS AT GUADA- weeks ago, was held in the courtof
CANAL FROM AEROPLANEI County Judge Herring today at ten BELFAST FOR CONFERENCE
today and will be brought up for REFUSE A CONFERENCEWITH LAJARA,WILL MARCHON
o'clock. The charge of murder having
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tomorrow next week.
J passage or early
San Francisco, July 10.-(Special) j| The bill embraces many miscella HUERTA ENVOYS IRAPUAPO been made against Currie, after Belfasjt, Ireland, July 10.-Spe-(

Warrants charging the disclosure :neous items, including appropriationsfor I the coroner's jury had pronouncedthe cial)-Civil war appears nearer today
of army secrets were issued today : public buildings in various states, Washington, July 10.-(Special)- Torreon, Coahuila, Mex., July 10.- case manslaughter and the sur- than at any time since Ulster
against Charles K. Field, editor of $170,000 for transporting and caringfor The constitutionalist agency received Vindication of the conduct of General render of Currie here after he had first threw down the glove. Sir Ed-
the Sunset Magazine and former interned Mexican soldiers and word from Carranza today that he is Villa, his speedy return to the frontof gone to Georgia has made this case ward Carson was welcomed by cheers

president of the Bohemian club, and military refugees at Fort Wingate, drafting his declination of the media- the central advance on Mexico one of the most interesting in this upon his arrival here. A uniformed

their contributors to the magazine, N. M., and elsewhere; $5,000 for tion invitation to appoint representatives City, with General Felipe Angeles as county and in other parts of Florida guard, 400 strong, armed with rifles
Scott E. Riley, author, Ray A. Du- transporting bodies of officers and to meet informally with the chief of artillery and clear definitionof and Georgia where the parties are and bayonets fixed, rendered him mil

hem, photographer, and Robert J. enlisted men, and $15,00 to enable Huerta envoys. Carranza said he Villa's attitude toward the first well known. itary honors.
Fowler, an aviator. Field gave him the secretary of commerce to employmen would immediately dispatch his replyto chief of the constitutionalissts, Gen- Currie has been in jail here since The Ulster leader brought no mes-
self up this afternoon and was released to enforce the laws to prevent Rafael Zubaran, head ,of the constitutionalist eral Carranza, are reported to be car- last Sunday night and the hearingthis sage of peace from London. Insteadhe

t on bond, but the others have overcrowding of passenger and ex agency here, and have dinal points of a promised statement morning was held in the presenceof made a defiant and uncompromising -
not been located. cursion vessels. him forward it to" the mediators. by representatives of Carranza and a large crowd, many legal lights speech at the first meeting of
The note will set forth Villa who have been parties to the from counties
that Car adjoining being present the Ulster provisional government officials -
This action was taken by United Other items included the following:
ranza consulted with his generals as internal constitutionalist relations The meeting was secret, but
States District Attorney Preston and Georgia-Canton, postoffice site,
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was caused by the publication of an $5,000; Dawson, site and commencement to whether or not they desired to conference here. The statement will I Attorney Geo. A. DeCottes, Judge those present declared Carson's
article in the April number of the of postoffice: $5,000; Douglas, I amend the plan of Guadalupe so as be based upon a protocol covering the Bert Fish, of DeLand, and Jones & speech was a bugle call summoning

Sunset Magazine entitled "Can the 'site and commencement of postoffice, I to allow him to name delegates to transactions of the conferees signedon I Jones, of Orlando, represented the all Ulster to arms. One member of

Panama Canal Be Destroyed From $5,000; Forsythe, postoffice site, $5- deal directly with the Huerta envoysin adjournment yesterday. state. the provisional government cabinet

the Air!" It was illustrated with 000; Madison, postoffice site, $5,000; an effort to settle by diplomacythe The Carranza delegates immediately I Davis & Giles, of Orlando, Attorney said that "Carson stirred us like an
photographs taken from an aeroplane* Sandersville, postoffice site, $5,000; internal affairs of Mexico and that upon signing the protocol departedfor' Carl Robinson, of Orlando, and eltctric shock and there was not a

showing the canal and some of its Waynesboro, postoffice site, $5,000; they voted unanimously against the Saltillo.It I Attorney A. K. Powers, of this city, man present who would not cheerfully -
,fortifications, and also the San Fran West Point, Ga. (including Lanett suggestion. Carranza then declared is unofficially known that because represented the defendant die with him. The next few days
that in the light of this action there neither Carranza nor Villa was will be a critical time for Ulster,
cisco Presidio. Ala. site and
I I ), commencement ofpostoffice On account of many of the witnesses -
was nothing left for him but to decline pleased,with the trend of some of the I Big movements are ,afoot and great
The application for warrants fol- : $ oOoo. being absent and after the
the offer of the mediators to ar- discussions between the representatives I issues are at stake.
lowed an investigation by District I i KentuckCentral City, postoffice range for an informal meeting of the of the factions the conference case had been discussed by Attorney

Attorney Preston at the request oft stie, $7,500; Eminence, postoffice site, constitutionalists and Huerta was prolonged after business was fin- I Davis for the defendant and Attorney Armed Guard Meets Carson
the war department and the attorney I:I i $7,300;; ; .Harrodsburg, postoffice site, envoys. ished Sunday. Just what subjects I Bert Fish for the state.Judge Herring -
c general The act: said to have been '$7,500; Prestonburg, postoffice site, displeased the first and second chiefsof I postponed he case until nine Belfast, Ireland, July 10.-Full
violated is that forbidding the dis- t o'clock next Monday orning and the military honors were accorded by the
the contitutionalists made
PLUMBERS[ DENY[ CHARGES Of may be
$5,000.Florida Ulster volunteers today to Sir Ed-
closure of United States defense se Public Buildings known in the statement today sinceit defendant was taken back to jail to
crets. The await that time. ward Carson, the Irish unionist leader
pictures
especially objec-
Florida-DeFuniak COMBINATION was officially announced last night
Springs, post-
when he arrived with other union-
\k tionable to the government showed office site, $5,000; Key West, post- that "these difficulties were removedto Aside from the many people attracted -
ist members of to attend
parliament
the fortified islands of Naos in the -office, court house and customs house the entire satisfaction of both par- to the trial from this and other -
the'
the meeting of Ulster provis-
y bay of Panama. ,site, $70000; ; :Kjssimmee: postoffice Say There Is No Truth Whatever ties." counties the brother of the de- ional government.A .
(site, $6,000; Sanford, site and com- I i in Them and That ,They Will In a brief announcement the con- ceased, Mr. Bryan, of Tampa, and
mencement of postoffice, $7,500. ferees last night made known that Mr. Currie, of Georgia, a brother of guard of honor, composed of 400
HRST SHIPMENTS Of BRICK IS North Welcome CompetitionThe Villa would resume his advance on D. W. Currie, the defendant, were armed volunteers and fifty armed mo-
Carolina-Chapel Hill, site torcycle dispatch riders, escorted the
at the hearing.Sanfordt
the capital without further loss of present
EXPECTED[ NEXT WEEK( and commencement of postoffice, $7- charge that the Herald. leaders to the residence of Capt
of
500; Edenton, postoffice site, $7,500 plumbers time, although it was expected i ,
James the leader
t, Thomasville, site and commencementof : I IOrlando had formed an organization would be several days before his di.1 I.1I Craig, military ,
where will remain for week.
for the of I they a
purpose boosting prices vision would be started southward,

1 t Paving Will Begin on North Orange South postoffice Carolina, $8,000.-Lancaster, site t and holding up property holders, who and that General Angeles would assume -: POLICE[ WijN'T AllOW FUNERA Al L, The intentions. have not of the been provisional disclosed government but
Avenue and Be Rushed are compelled to make connectionswith command of the artillery oVilla's
as and commencement of postoffice, $8- I' of the is the
one object meeting ar-
the
Rapidly as Possible 000. new sewage system, was em army. ,It was intimated thatthe PARADE Of FLU I. of celebra-
rangement an impressive
I phatically denied last nieht provisioning of Villa's forces fie-
Texas-Crockett, postoffice site, I' "The whole charge nothing but I ured largely in the discussions at the tion of the 12th of July, or Orange-

The first shipments of brcik for $6,000; Denton, site and commence- hot air," said a prominent plumber. conferences. I| May Eulogize Victims of ExplosionIf men's day, "in order to show the government

street paving have been ordered from ment of postoffice, $4,500; Memphis, i I"We have not formed any organization No Effort Is Made to and the people of Great Britain -
the kilns, and may arrive the latter postoffice site, $4,100; Mount Pleas- we are not boosting pricess, and Obregon Plans New Attack that nothing but the absolute ex-
of next week when will ant, site and commencement of I Incite Riots clusion of Ulster from the operationsof
part paving post- we do not expect to hold up anybody Douglas, Ariz., July .-General
begin on North Orange avenue. The office, $5,000; Pittsburg, site and ." Alvaro Obregon, commander of the the Irish home rule bill will sat-

clay removed from the avenue will commencement of postoffice, 5000. 1 "If anybody believes there is a gold I constitutionalist forces which after a New York, July lO.-Special-( ) isfy us."
be placed on Marks street 'As soon Tennessee-Gallatin, site and commencement .I mine in the plumbing' business in Or- three days battle, on Wednesday cap- At a conference of city authorities in Maj. Gen. Cevil McReady, who is
as the work is completed on Orange of postoffice, $6,000; 'lando and wishes to enter the busi- tured the important city of Guadala- the mayor's office today it was de- in command of the military in the

avenue the district around the pack Memphis, postoffice site, $40,000; ness they will be welcomed. A num- jara, Mexico, and took prisoner more cided not to allow a parade of the Belfast district, has been in confer-
ing houses will be paved, and by that Rogersville, postoffice site, $2,000. ber of contracts will be turned over than 5,000 federals, prepared today to I.-W. W. tomorrow in honor of threeof ence with Premier Asquith regarding;
time it is expected a number of other Alabama Greenville, postofficesite to any firm that will go into the busi reorganize his forces with a view to their number, who were killed by the situation and the police have been

streets will be ready, with all sewer $5,000. ness and take them off our hands. We marching on Orapuapo, the junctionon an explosion last Saturday, nor will instructed to act with great care so
connections made. reasonable they be permitted to hold public as to give no excuse for an outbreak.
I Mississippi-Water Valley, site and are charging prices and the Mexican Central railroad connecting any
The city council again had up the commencement of postoffice, $7,000. making a reasonable profit, and so Mexico City with northern funeral service at which the ashes of
matter of drainage on Magnolia avenue far as a combination of the plumbers, and Astern Mexico. the three are exhibited. The police THE WEATHER
yesterday afternoon, but while in which each shares in the profits of I will break up the parade if it is at-

the pan submitted by Engineer Ram- TRAIN ROBBERS[ MAKE[ THEIR the other, is concerned there is abso- I tempted, and will also prevent any Florida: Local thunder showers
sey is favored, city finances will not lutely nothing to it" NO HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAl IS I public display of the funeral urns. Saturday and Sunday.BASEBALL .
permit of carrying it out just now. [ESCAPE The above statement was concurredin The authorities will allow the anarch- -
However, the street will be graded by two prominent plumbers who SElCIfO[ YU ists to hold a public meeting at any RESULTS

with a view to putting in the storm were very emphatic in making .the place: they can secure space if they

sewers later. With Large Amount of Booty Taken denial and appeared indignant that want to eulogize the three dead, pro- American League
such had been made. viding the speakers don't try to incite New York 2-1, Cleveland 70.
The council ordered the bill of Dil- From Express Car in a charge TruStees Have a Number of Applica
Boston 5 1.
Chicago
riotTOOTH
lon; Thompson &; Clay, of New York MissouriSt tions But Have Not Recom a
Washington 8, St Louis 4.
city, for $150, paid. This was in full NEWMAN BOUGHT STOCK AT mended Appointment
Philadelphia 8, Detroit 8. Dark-
settlement of their charges for val- PRICE PULLERS SEARCH FOR
Louis, July 10. An all ness.
night
Washington, July 10.-Committee
idating the brick: paving bonds. "PAINLESS" DENTISTRY
search failed to reveal a definite trace investigation into use of senate stationery Notwithstanding a number of ap- National League
of bandits, who late last night held in promotion of a mine at plications have been received by the Pittsburg 2, Philadelphia 5.
REWARDED FOR BRAVERY AT up train No.5, of the Missouri, Kan- Gold Hill, N. C., practically was com- trustees of the Orlando high school, Rochester N. Y., July 10.-Extraction Chicago 11, Boston 6.
SEA sas &; Texas railroad, bound from St pleted today. George Walter New- some of the applicants being educa- and treatment of teeth without Cincinnati 6, Brooklyn 11.
( Louis for the I pain is the goal sought and almost St Louis 2 New York 0.
4 Southwest, near Mat- man, promoter of the mine, and John tors of decided ability and long experience I ,
Washington, July 10.-Secretary son, Mo., and robbed the express car Skelton Williams, comptroller of the I no selection has yet been attained by American dentists. Progress Federal League t'
Redfield today sent to Israel Levy+:(!I safe. currency, again were before the committee made, and there is no immediate evi- '' in this direction was demonstrated Brooklyn 3, Pittsburg 5.
Thorndike, master of the American !J! Railroad officials today could giveno amplifying points in their I dence of an early settlement of the at free clinics today in con- Baltimore 4, Buffalo 0.
nection
with the annual
schooner George F. Scannell, a gold estimate of the amount of plunder preious testimony. question.The eighth convention Southern League
watch, and to Karl Behrsen, chief with which the bandits escaped. The Newman repeated his denial that trustees are more than satisfied I I here of the dental experts, New Orleans 8, Memphis 6.

mate of. that vessel, a pair of binoc- express car was partially demolished he has ever given away stock in the I with the work of Prof. Coleman using a mixture of gas which absolutely Montgomery 4, Atlanta 3.

ulars, which were presented by the when the safe was blown open with f enterprise or sold it to friends at a land I would like to retain him another .. deadens pain while leaving. the Mobile 5, Nashville 2.

Canadian government in appreciationof dynamite. The crew, who watchedthe lower price than it cost him. year, but the refusal of the county patient wholly conscious. Birmingham 9, Chattanooga 4.
the rescue of the crew of the Canadian bandits operate while two of the He said, however, that he did agreeto superintendent to sign warrants for \ Meetings of the board of trustees South Atlantic League
schooner,Lord of Avon. robbers stood over them with with buy 6,500 shares for Representative the payment of the teachers may and house of delegates this morning, Columbia 2, Macon 1.

The Lord of Avon was found adrift leveled revolvers, disagree as to the Flood of Virginia at a given fig- make his selection impossible.The I t a meeting of the National Mouth Hygiene Augusta-Columbus; rain.
December in the number of new school building will possi- association this afternoon, and Charleston 4, Jacksonville 0.
last Gulf of Mexico, highwaymen, their esti- ure and later was able to secure it
i dismasted, waterlogged and with provisions mates ranging from two to five. The for him at a lower price because of a bly be completed by the time the: .a general session of all bodies tonight Albany 4, Savannah 1.

almost exhausted, by Captain robbery occurred in a lonely spot in drop in the market school year begins about the first of comprised today's program. The na-
and October and the trustees are hopingfor ; t tional mouth hygiene association Everything you need in the book,
Thorndike his mate. Rough the woods, where the bandits had )Ir. Williams reiterated his previous ,
'of the most successful yearsin i i.would, it was expected, elect Dr. Har- stationary and music line at Curtis
weather made one
the work of rescue compelled the crew to haul the detached testimony that he had taken no
? hazardous baggage and express cars. I active part in promotion of the mine. the school's history. vey W. Wiley to the presidency. & O'Neal's, next postoffice.M'k .

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Francisco Villa formerly was a Chihuahua
Following a request recently made The City Drug Store is at your service -
rancher.
both day and night. Prompt, ,
by Mayor Grenhut and Commissioner itMIIIIMillHilMIMMIIIMMMIIIMMiMIIIIIIIMH
Thomas Sttfer, ninety-seven of St dependable, courteous. tf
Louis, has been married seventy-fire Thomas H. Johnson, of Pensacola,

years. Judge John G. Welsh, city recorder of
Traffic policemen in Washingtonhave
THE
Bishop C. E. Reformed that has handed in his
Cheney. place, resigna- been provided with
standing urn !
Episcopal, Chicago, is now seventy- tion. No successor was appointed.The GRAND THEATRE
eight and still active. brellas to protect them during the
Mr. William Augustus Gordon Hake first of the three big new loco- summer months from the sun's rays. I&

the oldest living barrister, "q, 3 Old motives from the Baldwin Locomotive Indianapolis provides foot warmers

Stein, Brighton. England, recently celebrated Works, at Philadelphia, arrived in for police in winter.T. .
e his one hundred and third Jacksonville Saturday, and the others
COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN !
birthday. reached Jacksonville a day or so ago. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone i;

Professor Malladra of the Royal Ob- The engines were ordered for the T. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf e

x fervatory at Mount Vesuvius, has been & G. C. railway, and will be put in MIIMMtiiHIili4ltMlilillllMMiltMMMMMtlMMMtlillllliti'XODJ
? appointed r director of the observatory' commission at once. The Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
i. 'In succession to the late Professor MercallL passenger ney & Abernethy. Just received a Y
He is a scientist whose experience coaches ordered will arrive about big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf .
at the observatory has peculiarly 'September 1.

C ,fitted. him to continue the important Who is your painter and decorator? "
\work. If you want your bicycle fixed ina If you are satisfied keep the one you : | 1| "Pathe Daily News. See it every day.
ft Captain Morton Fitz Smith, the new hurry take it to Warman's Repair have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican.N .
commandant of cadets at West Point, Shop. 12-5-tf. 636. 1-20-tf

comes from' the Twentieth infantry. "Grey Eagles Last Stand a real Indian story in
He was appointed cadet to the military '
.academy from Michigan in 1891,i iI WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL 11 two big parts.
and was graduated with the class of

I 1895. Captain Smith has served all FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OK FLORIDA
; his time in the infantry branch of the "
"f WOMEN "When East Met West Boston real Edison
army and has a splendid record for GAINESVILLE a'

r foreign service. TALLAHASSEE.College ,' IwtVVV
T comedy.
of Arts and Sciences:Normal School;
School of Music; School of Expression;
a Pen, Chisel and Brush. School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts: '
School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers "
pool; basket ball and tennis courts:new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Di- "Spirit of Madonna an exceptional 1 Essanay
George Moore, the author, Is now living modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- vision: Graduate School Ten new brick buildings .
Y quietly in London working on his tories have all modern conveniences; new beside gymnasium swimming pool and
reminiscences. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors drama.
X Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
Mary Cassatt, a Philadelphia painter and 12 states last session. 'from 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
.. TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
I of children and family life has been SchooL Board and entrance fees for ,
the TUITION I REE Board and Entrance Feel A real bill.THAT
awarded the gold medal of honor of year 12400. For catalogue write 132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue good .
the Academy of Fine Arts, the highest EDWARD CONRADI. President A. A. MURPHREE, President

7 award within the gift of the academy .

d: and one of the most valued trophies ORCHESTRA

In the American art world. .

kF Negotiations have been concluded JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN
with M. Auguste Rodin whereby the
HULLEY, Ph. D., Litt. D., LL. D., President
CHILDREN 5c. ADULTS lOc.
French sculptor presents to France the :-: .
whole of his collections of Greek Roman THE BEST SCHOOL TOONGOOD FOR YOUR CHILDRENSend

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them to Stetson. Fall! Term Begins Sept 25. !
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own The hTirTrwT
possession. 40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arts T VVWWVWWVVWVWWWMWIWV m rffi
P gift is conditional on the French government 17 University Buildings College of Law 6iimeitttMttiniMtfMaMiiiittnittMHiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiinmiimri
28 Acre Campus College of Technology
creating a Rodin museum in
y 469 Students Last Year College of Business
the residence now occupied by M. Ro $1,000,000 Endowment Preparatory Academy . .......' .
din and appointing him custodian for 23,500 Volumes in Library School of :Mechanic Arts HMMMMMMMIIMMIMMMMIQtlMMMMlimStatement. " " " " " " "
10,000 Pipe Organ School of Music
life. 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts [
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f Separate Dormitories for young mrn and young women. Careful administration i
Flippant Flings.A and thorough supervision Chnstian and not sectarian teaching.For .
catalog or news, for information or for room reservation address Orlando Bank & Trust Co. 4

typewriter small enough to be put JOHN B, STETSON UNIVERSITY DEWNDMiiiMiiiiiMiiMiMMlitHiiMiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii, H.ORID.\ ,
In an overcoat pocket. The cute little i
< Blond Orlando, Fix,
; thing ?-Louisville Courier-

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At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
American hotel men will tour Europe *.
p: s this summer. Now, at last they RESOURCES.
will get what is coming to them.-

Cleveland Leader. GRAND VIEWNewest Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36

The chief currency problem right Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 31

; now is where to get hold of enough of Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . .,. . 26,01833
it for mother and the girls to spend. ? Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

Detroit Free Press.A ** Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
Boston physician says high heeled
shoes will cure backache. Three cheers
N for Boston! Sooner or later it may and most up-to-date hotel in $724,185 88

be demonstrated that narrow skirts LIABILITIES. g ;
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will Plain relieve Dealer.bowleggedness.Cleveland ;. I Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

Forest Notes. i ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None
One of the finest views in Western
Nearly 4,000 acres were reforested in | | Valley. Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

Montana and northern Idaho during Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
North Carolina. Open July first.
1913 at an average cost of $7.50 any ,

acre. $724,185 88
' The best forested area of China is

in Manchuria. The principal tree va- Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . $291,393 48

rieties are pine, cedar larch fir, yew, Reserve required by Law . . . . . ;. . 116,533 89
oak, ash. elm walnut and birch MRS. J. R. McFADYEN

- Gannett peak, Wyoming, nearly 14. Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59 '
1000 feet in elevation and the highest
mountain in the state, is on the divide Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01'
6-2o-d&J CANTON N. C **
between the Bonnevllle and Bridger Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49

national forests. *

. Two forest officers in Washington 'ltmiilllllllHlltmiMIIMIMMIMMMMMHIim"STARVING INCREASE . . . . . . . . $54,91148
and Oregon are writing popular descriptions -

of the trees in the Crater The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto

and Mount Rainier national parks for a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
the use of visitors to the parks. TO DEATH"Was persue
treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

Fashion Frills Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

t \ safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

No doubt the worst feature of the Mrs. Bell of Florida When . - .. _>-*-*- AjAAA AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAL4A4lAl4444
prevailing feminine fashions is the fact 4 iitif+4f40 E0r4T+T+4 44+44+4++444++IMIteliMOtt4+4++44'

' them.-ChIcago that the men's News.fashions are imitating She Began Taking Peruna."Yes .


K It is predicted that the new styles in I was starving to death," I we heard from her, December 1912,
women's dress will look all right after Kid Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce she was still a friend of Peruna. s
: we get accustomed to them. By which Florida Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrh For Sale
::4 time there will be newer freaks instyleDetroit take Peruna. I could not eat anything of the stomach see Ilia of Life." sent
' Free Press.Dean If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus. _
soured on my stomach. My stomach Ohio.
Davenport of the University of was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined .
Illinois says that grotesque fashionsare acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are ii Modern 8-room : j
largely responsible for the increased was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh, the same
, cost of living. But we've got to doctors had been employed but gave as the nose and throat Catarrh of : : House 2 doors :
have some amusement, professorJ-Chi-! me no relief I was continually the stomach and bowels will derangethe

Chicage Inter Ocean. growing worse.I functions of these organs. The : i west of Wyoming -: arrived load
Was In Despair. stomach can no longer digest food. Just car
The food lying In the stomach, even
Powder and Ball. In my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion : i Hotel. Bargain ; FORDS for immediate -
straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro- t
n spme account of Peruna. There was duces and irritation.
We now perceive that gas I
a standing testimonial from a woman who had ; delivery.Get .
3' army is of use only when it moves.- been troubled much like myself. I Food Sours In the StomachA
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New York Mail concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is
.R If It ever gets into action strangerswill I Wrote to Dr. Hartman. absorbed into the system by the blood i yours nowF.
wonder how the Pacific fleet ever "At the same time I wrote to Dr. vessels of the stomach. This poisons j A. L. Bentley,
the whole system producing a condition -
its name.-St. RUSH
got Louis GlobeDemocrat G. ,
Hartman. He pronounced my case '
known as autointoxication;
now | : AMELIA AVENUE
catarrh of the stomach and bowels. self poisoning. The fermenting, Irritating 10 L
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Fourteen inches is some considerable I soon began taking Peruna. At mass as it passes down into T Phone
- distance when any one is looking into once I began to improve. After taking the bowels irritates the bowels, producing 1411111111111111111111111.SUMMER
the muzzle of a navy gun.ChIcagoInter half a bottle my stomach was so sometimes a chronic diarrhea
Ocean. improved that I could eat some." sometimes producing the very oppo- "
I to Recover. site constipation. *
The modern army bullet accordingto Began
is almost harm housewife on The average dyspepsia medicine TIME IS
military Burgeons, Then this good goes !
helps to artificially digest the food.
detail her rapid Improvement .
less. Sounds like a recruiting office to narrate in
Even when such medicine does its
yam-Pittsburgh Dispatch.Three and final recovery. She :A FLY TIMEAre
Bald, "After taking two bottles of Pe work it is only temporary. penna-
ment relief can only be expected when
Tuna I was strong enough to stand up
Strikes.In the catarrh is overcome. those windows screen
to wash the dishes. When she began -
taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach. ed yet? Patented detach- .

spite of the perils supposed to beset pounds. After she had taken five The symptoms of catarrh of the able hangers used on all
umpires, the same faces appear bottles of Peruna she weighed 122 stomach are: First heartburn. Second screens. No ladder needed ; ;
from season to season.-Washington pounds. She concludes by saying food rises In throat after meals. to take off or put on .
s Star. that she is wellIt Third, sour stomach. Fourth, heavy when washing windows. !
Manager Callahan says he has four Was Twelve Year Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth, stomach

pitchers who are as good as Walter The letter from which the above bloated, belching of gas. Sixth, pal R.J.WALDRONContractec
pitation of heart. Seventh poor digestion
Johnson this being optimism run riot. Quotation were made was received
-Detroit Free Press. January 29, 190L In a later letter, have dyspepsia. Eighth, aid BeiUer WOOD, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
written September 11. 110" she says tongue coated light brown. Ninth 1- potato slips at $1.75 1,000.
I Ittlllllll.lllllll Hand'iCoal per I
There is every reason to expect an 1 aJnf the praise of Peruna. tar and tenderness over pit of tomach 410 West Street Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Quick deUrery. Cash. Apopka Plant
unusually interesting baseball season near. It 1* used a treat deal in our Tenth cannot bear tight clothe :!! Yard, phone 666. 9-3M Co., Apopka Fla. 5-24-tf
this year. Whether it will be as profitable vlcmlty. This seems to be a bad around waist I
as previous season is left for place for G&tarI'bW.* have received People who object t* liqmd IBId at the Sentinel Subscribe for the SentinelSU
time to determlne.-PUtsburjh Son. I IttUfi from her smog The last time intf cm now cMrin ,....T...... Read the adverttoaeiti daflj. I Job printing

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DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.Sarah When you add nine miles of cement

iMPthfii sidewalks, six blocks of paved streets, &

Cornelius' of Patchogue. N. Y. a park, drinking fountain, and extend yuro-J1ll.Jl 4

is 100 yean of age. Uneeda Biscuit the sewerage you make Fort Meade

. Miss Marie Tompkins. a woman of the best
town in Florida according to
unusual strength is in charge of the Tempt the appetite,
CRISP YOUNG DANDELIONS. detective squad in a Philadelphia department I. please the taste and population. Every little bit added to EOLA PARK POST CARDSWe

what we have makes just that much
store. nourish the body.
bousewife who lives In the

TUB try or has a lawn may draw Lady Paget wife of Sir Arthur Paget Crisp,clean and fresh- more.-Fort Meade Leader. have recently received a shipment of

these for her supply of spring Is planning to raise the sum of $15,000for 5 cents in the moisture- handsome hand colored postals of the

greens. In the cities blanched cultivated a copy of the statue of William proof package.Buooet The Florida East Coast railway is new

dandelions are sold in the mar- Pitt by MacDowell, to be presented to having a wide cement walk put downin park with a good view of the fountain. Also

kets. the United States by American wivesof front of the depot. The walk will one of the new Methodist in black and white
The young leaves are suitable for Englishmen.Dr. ,
extend from the walls of the depot to
.salads while for cooking the older Ethel Smyth, musical composer which can hardly be distinguished from real
the track and will the
be used. improve appearance -
plants may has announced that she bequeaths the
Gather in the morning while fresh interest of her fortune to the'Woman's of the grounds, as well as photograph. Our fine reproducticn Yowell-

from the dew. Wash thoroughly; ,{hen Social and Political union, to be used be of considerable convenience to the Duckworth building has proven a "best seller. -

let stand in cold water for an hour or for the suffrage cause until the women public. The scrap iron and trash in "

two to crisp and freshen. win the ballot in England. front of the station has also been Keep your friends posted on the growthof

With Milk Sauc Miss Emma It. Graves eighty-two moved, further enhancing the appear- Orlando. 5c for 3 cards ,

Dandelions Vegetables.-Pnt in years old. has just rounded out fifty ance of the yard.-Fort Pierce Tri
a saucepan a pint of well washed dandelions years' service under the governmentShe
bune. W. S.
half a dozen medium sized i>o- is clerk attached to the office of BRANCH,

tatoea (sliced), three onions two tablespoonfuls the registrar of the treasury and detailed -

of chopped parsley a carrot to the office of the treasurer of Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- UK Arcade Book and Music Store

choroed into dice and a little celery. the United States. Biscuit ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.

Cover with a quart of boiling water 519tf.

and boil rapidly for half an hour: then Round, thin, tender, -
Town Topics.What's with a delightful flavorappropriate "\
season with salt, pepper, a tablespoonful -
or butter and a cupful of good milk. for r
the use of trying to uplift LOW
Stewed Dandelions.-Wash and drain. luncheon, tea and
Pittsburgh? It cost a man $25 to kiss
Cover with boiling salted water, cook dinner xo cents.
the hand of a Pittsburgh belle.-Buf- Hammond Gore
until tender, drain, chop fine,add v -
tablespoonful of melted butter a tablespoonful falo Express.

of rich cream and salt and Detroit is to have a new postoffice, 4 Excursn i Rates
pepper to taste. Beat until quite end here's hoping it will be one thatwon't r n t FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND O1BALHERS.

smooth and return to the fire until hot: have to be enlarged the day it
to completed.-Detroit Free Press.
then serve at once. REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
Cooked With Meat. Baltimore has just made up its mindto From Orlando

Dandelions With Bacon.-Clean thor- keep on making a noise until it gets COMPARE
that bank-that is. if there
reserve are
half of dandelions and
oughly a peck
put over the fire with boiling water to any more reserve banks to dispose of. $ 40.70 New York, N. Y.

cover. Cook ten minutes drain, returnto -Philadelphia Press.Announlemrnt 53.10. Buffalo, N. Y. OUR FURNITUREWe
the vessel and cover with fresh boiling that Chief Kenlon of

water. Add a pound of bacon, two the fire department has devised a ZuZuPrince 40.70 Philadelphia Pa. provide the quality of furniture that has long
onto:m chopped, some salt and a bit of method for the prompt removal of 49.20.
Chicago, 111. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
red pepper. Cover and boil until ten- snow makes an auspicious opening for
of appetizers. standard of merit. If an article is here it is
der. Take up the dandelions and ar the summer season.New York World. 48.20 Detroit, Mich. good.It .
Makes daily trips from wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
range In a mound on a hot dish sur- r
rounded with bacon sliced thin. Pert Personals. Ginger-Snap Land to 38.70 Cincinnati, !O. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones

Dandelions With Eggs.-Cut off the waiting mouths everywhere 37.20 Louisville, Ky. of this business, and that means much to any buyer.

roots of the plants. wash the leaves. Forty-five curtain calls for hewYork's Say Zu Zu to
43.45 St. Louis Mo.
them In full of boil- the ,
putting a saucepan popular tenor. Caruso-and how grocer man, 5 cents.

Ing water, and let boil for an hour. many court calls? 64.30 Denver, Col. MeNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,
Then drain the leaves out of the water.
put 'them in a frying pan with butter. "have Nat chosen Goodwin him says" but all Nat his should wives 95.20 San Francisco( Cal. A Core Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando Fla. ftMIHIHMMattMMMMIMimmMMItlllllHIIMM

salt and pepper and stir the mixture 111.70 Portland Ore.
cheer up. The time may come whenhe ,
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till thoroughly heated. Serve. with
a 11 go out of fashion.-Detroit Free -
sliced hard boiled eggs. Press. Sold daily--Limit Ooteber - _

A Savory Concoction. Crown Prince William of Germany st---Stop Overs.Atlantic .

e Dandelions and Pork.-Gather the would like to visit us, but dreads being

dandelion leaves when they are young received officially. Come ahead, Bill Coast Line *

and tender. Wash them thoroughly in If you're a "regular feller" we'll mere- t

two or three waters;then put them intoa ly slap you on, the back, sell you a gold
granite kettle and cover with boiling brick or two and let it go at that offers best routes and We Will Put the Reinsof

water. Add a piece of soda the size Philadelphia Inquirer. schedules.For .

of a pea. let them come to a boil and ,
Buy biscuit baked by
then;drain off the water.' Cover them Current Comment. information and reservation -: Success in Your

again with boiling water, add a small
NATIONAL call on A. C. L.
piece of fat salt pork and cook from any ;
one to two hours. When the leaves A poorly printed bogus ten dollar BISCUIT Ticket Agent, or HandsHow
gold certificate is found to be a quar-
are tender remove the pork and drainin
ter of an inch short-also $10.-New COMPANY J. G. Kirkland D. P. A. Phone
a colander, chop them into fine ,

pieces add salt and pepper to taste York Sun. 132, Tampa, Fla.OSTEOPATHY. ? By furnishing you with : :
and a little melted butter. Garnish With settlement workers debatingthe Always lock for that name

with hard boiled eggs. question of standardizing dance a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; ;
steps. the social uplift movement is

r A clearly progressing at a one step pace. call on you. He will give you a J ;
VfanduL6 New York World.A .
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utCUPBOARD course of training for lumbermenis formula that will make and mature : ;
Messrs. and Fdererickson
Tyndall DR. J. C .HOWELL
offered by Harvard. In view of the
of the forests it of Jensen, closed a deal this week fruit.
rapid disappearance I Hours, 10.12.3-5, and by appointmentNo your
&IFI'ENIjSTRAWBERRY might be well to condense the course with Charles A. Porter to erect a extra charge for house treatment

as much as possible.-Cleveland Plain mammoth shipway and repair shop Telephone connectionscor.

Dealer. I the Porter dock.
right near They cor. Crane and Central Ayes
have ordered the piling and lumber

Industrial Items. and when their shipway is completedit
Tile Soiltileril f Fert ili Co.

I SHORTCAKES.SUPPER. Belgium have pensions worked' -forty miners years at fiftyfivewho In the fifty-ton will be boat.-Stuart large enough Times.to haul out a Give Griffing's Results Trees r r .


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mines. ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAlltMIMMIMitMiliflMMIIIMIIHiliitMMIIHMwH
1 Welsh Rabbit Toasted Wafers.Sandwiches Women mix mortar and carry the ; AN ORDINANCE REGULATING PRIVIESBe Order your ROSES and ARBORVI-

Olives. hod for building operations in Munich. TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALS .
Preserves. Strawberry Shortcake. it Ordained by the City Council of the
Coffee.AT Germany. now. Office opposite P. 0.GRIFFING'S .
City of Orlando:
Railway men in Germany may belong Section 1. That wherever practicable TREES GIVE RESULTS
only to such societies as are approvedby privies shall abut on an alley to afford easy itIMIIIMIIiMMMIIimmiiMHIIimiiMllllllH'COW
access for the City Sanitary Department.
this when strawberries
season One reason:
the management
Section 2. No privy shall be located within
are available and the strawberry Figures compiled by the departmentof two hundred (200) feet of a sewer line, nor The Griffing are the best and
shortcake is the dessert most in at any point where it is possible to connect most experienced propa'gaters
labor at Washington show that
with a sewer within two hundred. (200)feet. PEASWe
demand these recipes for making them wages in the lumber industry in the in the state, and one or more

in various ways may be useful. United States have increased 29 percent Section 3. The following rules shall be of the five are always on the
observed in the construction and in the main ground.
Tempting Desserts. in the last twenty-five years. tenance of privies.a .
Shortcake With Pie Crust-Make ( ) The roof of every privy must be watertight W H BROKAW
and if it slopes to the rear, shall
I l8s'e as for pie crusts but do not roll English Etchings.London project[ not less than six (6) inches beyondthe Salesman -.
an thin as for pies. Bake a light brown. rear wall
(b) There must be an opening or openings Grapefruit and Orange TreesMiMMMMIIMIMIiMIM
sweeten one quart of berries spread consumes ninety tons of salta amounting to two (2) square feet for have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
them on the crusts and put these to- ventilation. .
gether. Make a meringue of the whitesof day. London has over 12,000 shops for the tilation, must be screened with fly-proof ?
|two eggs and two tablespoonfuls of mesh or metal i
sugar. Set in the stove and brown sale of milk."Orchard". (d) The door must be tight fitting, and ing quantity desired. Price sure right.
Shoe :
occurs forty times as a self-closing.: Repairing ;
slightly. street name in the London postal area. (e) Each opening in the. seat must have We carry constantly a full line of crate material of
CLraham Shortcaka-Take a pint of a hinged self-closing cover.f
There is one policeman in London to ( ) The compartment under the seat, in by PARCEL POST I IMen's :
add
bu ermilk one even teaspoonful which the night soil bucket rests must be all kinds.
of taking soda and beat well Stir in every 470 persons and all these policemen tightly made without crevices and at its

hall a teaspoonful of salt and graham patrol 10.661 miles of streets.In back or side there must be an opening Ask for prices on Tomato Pepper Egg Plant Carriers
(through which to insert or remove the bucket Half Soles, 7sc to 8sc < ,
flour to make a batter stiffer than cake every 1,000 marriages solemnizedin which must have a tightly fitting let.
batter. Shape into two thin cakes and Great Britain twenty-one are between down cover, hinged at the top and providedwith ladles' Half Soles, 60c to 15c etc. Phones 18M91.
first cousins. Among the nobility a button or hook. Children's t Soles, SOcto 790
bat e. Have ready strawberries sweeten Section 4. Where there are existing privies
and mashed. Pull the cakes the rate Is much higher, amountingto not in accordance with the rules laid > tend Turned Soles, $10 eNI
down in Section 3, they need not be recon I
aptt. butter and spread the fruit between forty-five in 1,000. structed unless in the opinion of the City Heels Repaired, 2c F. F. Dutton

and on top. Serve with rich. Physician or of the City Board of Healthif :
( one be created) any particular privy All work returned in 24 hoora.
sweetened cream. Train and Track. is a menace to health; but existing privies Orders without remittance re-
S | With Whipped Cream. shall be made to conform with the follow- turned C. 0. D. We pay I SANFORD, FLORIDA
ing minimum rales.
Buttermilk Shortcake.-Slft one pint Bolivia Is soon to have four new railway 1. There must be no crevices through i return postage. 515tf.

of flour with one-half teaspoonful of lines. which flies may enter. |\ B S B1B B S S B B B B B BMS S BM S BM"S
t The door be and self-
% must tight fitting
loch and rub into this two tablespoonful British Columbia laid 650 miles of closing.

of lard. Add one teacupful of buttermilk new railway last year not including 3. There must be one or more openings for A. Hanson MIMIMMMIHIMlillMMMMItimilMlimMlillliiMIIMIIilMIIH

and bake in a round pan. double tracking. ventilation which shall be screened with fly- '
proof mesh of metal 19 East Pine Street
Split and butter while hot Arrangethe London has only one mile of tram- 4. Each opening in the seat must have FLORIM
ORLANDO -
layers with fresh berries uncrush- ways to every 3O. of her population. a hinged self-cloeing cover. *
5. There must be a tightly fitting letdown
ed.i covered with powdered sugar and Manchester has one to every 5600. hinged cover over the compartment .MIIIMMIIIIIIIIMMIIliTakes

serve with stiff whipped cream. If an engineer passes a danger signalin Section 5. No doors nor covers shall be New White Sailors
permitted to stand open and all other open-
Sour Milk Shortcake.-Mix four tablespoonfuls a safety device adopted by a Ger- ings or apertures must be kept screened

of white sugar with three man railroad an electric bell is rung tightly as aforesaid. Off Freckles
Section 6. All privies must be kept clean
tablespoonfuls of butter a large cup- in his cab until his mistake is recordedby at all times. ,

fc! of sour milk and a pinch of salt an official of the road.Telephone Section 7. No wash water, kitchen gar. Removes Tan. The latest fad
Adjl the yolk of an egg and a teaspoonful bage or slops or other liquid waste shall be
emptied into the bucketSection
of soda dissolved in a little hot Calls.A 8. No night soil from any person Beautify your complexion. Get
suffering from typhoid fever or other ser- rid of those freckles. You can
water: then pour In a quart of water
ious bowel trouble shall be deposited in any invest sac in a jar of WILSOVS
and the beaten white of the ejrg.; Roll telephone transmitter that works privy bucket without being previously disin FRECKLE CREAM INTHEEASTHISSES
the! paste thin and sprinkle with flour fected as directed by the City Physician or
when submergedin and they'll disappear. Severe .
perfectly completely
Lat by the City Board of Health.
one sheet of the paste on another water is a,novelty.For Section 9. A box: : of dry sand lime ashesor cases may require two jars-
and bake. When done take from the muck shall be kept in each privy. and no more. We positively guarantee .
oven separate the sheets of pastry use In noisy places where telephoning every time the privy is used, a scoop full of this, and if your complexion HAMILTON & DUNN
is ditlicult a new instrument the said material must be poured over the
and lay small whole berries betweenthe night soil in the bucket I isn't folly restored to
leas receivers for shut out
two layers and on top. generously! both ears to Section 10. Any person violating any of its natural beauty, we agree to refund TOM
outside sounds., the provisions of this ordinance shall be pun- money without argument. And in addition.
sprinkling with sugar. Whipped cream ished by imprisonment for not more than ten WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine, fra- for Corsets
or strawberry sirup may be served. The automatic telephone l exchange (10) days or by fine not exceeding Two grant toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to Agents Barclay
erected by the United River Plate Telephone hundred ($200) dollars. and does positively l remove TAN and
Section 11. AH ordinances or parts of FRECKLES. Try it at our risk. Price SOo-
company in Cordoba.Argentina. sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
I f .J ordinances in conflict with the provisions McCall's PatternsI
fans just been inaugurated. This is the of this ordinance are hereby repealed. WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 23c. Wilson
w Adopted June 23, 1914. Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C, makers
; first automatic telephone exchange In For sale
E. F. SPERRY. Mayor.
South America. Attest: CARL JANSEN. City Clerk. byj.. N. MCELROY
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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy :KNOrr ANNOUNCES[ CANDIDACY Y Yf ''FLORIDA BLUE SKY LAW HELD !!j!! I'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII..t

; South Florida Sentinel CONSTITUTIONAL tttimiMMIillMMMtl
: ( W. S. Branch)
f FOR R GOVERNOR R RI
r MORNING AND WEEKLY It would seem that 1914 is the new
JO&AH FERRIS Editor and Owner. woman's year with a side entrance Tallahassee, Fla., July 10.-The
for the old I I Florida supreme court has held the
man. State
Tells
Entered at the poctoffiet at Orlando. Florfca. are I Comptroller Tampa Times "blue sky law" regulating the sale of
u Second Claw Mail Matter. That He Is in Race
and stock in companies to be constitutional. -
To with field it looksas I
a man a glass,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Expects to Win A test case was made by C. H.

Daily. Tear ..........................$$.00 though army officers in Mexico Taylor, of Jacksonville, who was refused H
: Daily 6 Mouth ....................... %.50 think the only way to make the other
*' Daily S Months ...................... 1.25 I State Comptroller Will V. Knott an- a permit by the comptroller to I
4 Daily. 1 Month ....................... .50 fellow a good Mexican is to kill him. nounced definitely to a representativeof sell stock of a certain company in
F It is fortunate there is a vast supplyof
Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.00 generals and colonels. the Tampa Times yesterday that this state which had not complied
"eekly. 6 Months ..................... .TS Cs i he would be a candidate for governor M with the stringent provisions of the
i i in the next election for that high of- law.
TO ADVERTISERS: How many people know the new fice, and that he thought, from the
A. B. C.? We have just discoveredthat IDon't
Copy for display aad all .:her hand-Mt kindly attitude of the press and pub with repeated published requests that H
i advertising aut be handed in at the batmen it spells Argentina, Brazil and lic of Florida, he would win. This is he run for shows
governor positivelythe
; sties ( the Sentinel nt later than 1 p. BUtht
the Americas
Chile. What are two
day before publication. This rule applies Mr. Knott's first positive announce- high degree of esteem in whichhe
|.. change for contract advertising: it U going to do with the new primer? ment made after
mumble and win be strictly adhered to. repeated suggestions is held throughout Florida, and
Have we learned the lesson, ? that he make the race, and it makes it evident that he will run well Forget The After
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z Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued will undoubtedly create interest in for the chief executive's place.
S' should notify the office in writing en
New York
If counts city
Uu date of expiration otherwise it mill be money political circles throughout the state. State Senator Fred M. Hudson of
continued at the regular subscription rates ought to have good schools and well "The people of Florida have been Supper Sales
nut notice to atop is received. Miami, for several years attorney for
educated children matter in whichwe
a
indeed kind to and I
me, deeply
appreciate the railroad
commission, is the only
SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914. often practice poor economy. The the honors they have con- I other candidate who has j ,
city pays at the rate of $6,451 per ferred on me," said Mr. Knott "I :, positively My!-But we have been busy this week-We don't mean

thousand of population, or more than have been allowed to announced to succeed Governor Tram- the trade has been particularly heavy-no, not that. ,
!i Villa and Carranza are acting just cities combined. spend a goodI mell, who is expected to run for the We have been the
seven other large I in official life at Tallahassee on jump every day, ransacking every
many years -
like married folks except that they see United States senate against Senator nook and of this helpful
corner
I store-gathering up spe-
and while I appreciate the office -
make up sometimes. In the pulpit one hears the best I now hold, it is not unnaturalthat Nathan P. Bryan of Jacksonville.If cials for our "After Supper Sale" and after we got them

o English spoken, the quiet offsets the I should aspire to the office of assembled and knew what we had-then we went after

That Delaware man who caught the rush and drive of week-day life, and the governor if the people seem to your paper is not delivered them with the knife and cutcutcut.Thats .
whooping cough from his dog must diverting the thought into higher the story for Saturday. It doesn't tell of the
have sufficient confidence in me to promptly, don't fail to notify the office.
have whooped some.o. channels, betters the body as well as mention me for that honor." "Startling Bargains"-nor of the price offeringsYou -
already know what the usual After Sale
the mind. A distinguished lawyeronce i State Treasurer Nine Years Supper
i Perkins must have loosened up MliHHMIIIIMHtltltMf brings forth-well, this is just a little bit better-
said, "Its a mighty poor sermon I Mr. Knott came' to Tampa from
some considerable to allow Theodoreto .
that does not hit me somewhere, Leesburg in 1895 with the intention
resign that $50,000 job with the therefore something in ,the sermon of making this city his home. Immediately CHILDREN'S SOX BARBERS TOWELS

Outlook. will help one. McCUllOCU'SDepartment White with Colored Tops
afterward, though, the late 20 dozen-of
extra
o I an large
* Mine Lisle-all feizes-
!
Governor
Its a wise revolutionist that knows Henry L. Mitchell, a resi- Our 25c size, good value for and sold
A good taw went into effect last quality-We are
dent of Tampa had him to Talla-
who he is fighting these days in San go cleaning them out regularly at 8c each. Saturday -
birds Saturday
October protecting migratory
Domingo, with four revolutions in educate hassee to do some special auditing Store night, 2 pairs for 23c night, each _____3c
and will do something to our work, and later on the late GovernorW.

full blast people in respect to a form of life D. Bloxham employed him in a

K o which,is of, the greatest value'to our similar capacity, and his efficiency re- SHIRTING MADRAS KIMONA CREPE CLOTH
4f. According to the Sun, the cool
? weather has given Gainesville ownersof farms and forests. This of federal forbidden law i sulted in his being appointed state Jelly Tumblers .350 yards of a splendid We are cleaning up our odds

Palm Beach suits a chance to get also deprives women treasurer to fill out an unexpiredterm. quality. Pure whiteith and ends of this extremelySelf
plumage in their hats at the customs He served treasurer for serviceable
Pr them cleaned. as Stripes and Figures. fabric-In a va-
k houses, who are bringing fine feathers nine years, being re-elected without Fruit Jars Regularly sold and fully riety different colorings

o and plumes from Europe, and will opposition. On the death of Comp- worth 25c yard. Saturday and designs-good !lengths.
Carranza is writing his reply declining -
Sold regularly at 25c: Saturday -
to relieve them from accusationsof
help troller A. C. Croom Mr. Knott night
was ------------ 12Yzc ___ .
: the invitation to mediate, but night -----
thoughtless cruelty. ; to fill that office and t
appointed
was all kinds
r the newspaper correspondents have * I ,
elected without
beat him to it. Might as well save The approach of the Panama expo- opposition. STRIPE RATINES STRIPE PIQUE
) Continued election to
ink, Carry. sition, started some months ago a responsible Colored Stripes on White At a big reduction-a 50c
; .
: 0 flow of immigration toward San offices without opposition, combined grounds-Ideal ,for ,Separate quality-a range of colored
In spite of the failure of the Lake- I --- rreserving eUles Skirts, Childrens white .
4 of stripes on grounds.Quantity
Francisco on the part young women Dresses, etc. Worth 25c
'land Telegram to print that rip- who seem to think that they will lations to the old tugboat Louise and and 35c per yard Saturday is limited, so be

; snorting fourth of July editorial that find a land full of invitng jobs and her crew, the first to make the dream tfght ____________12c early. Saturday night12

J Hetherington could have but didn't have been
money. Many of them unable navigation
20 S. Orange Avenue.
write, a number of towns are reporting to get any sort of employmentand WE ARE SIMPLY GREAT ON HOSIERY-TRY US-
a very successful celebration on the Y. W. C. A. authorities have free only to our own nation? Who

y the fourth. assist them. If shall pay? MIMMMIMMMIMIMMMIMHIIMIIMMMMMIIM
been taxed to some HANDKERCHIEF TIS-
IIOSIERI'SUE
0 of .these girls were more familiar '
The editor of the Orlando Sentinel book might find famous "Wunderhose"
cook
with the they IIMMMIMMMMIillHIII A New Dress FabricDeThe
has made a very complimentary remark therein this advice: "For rabbit stew for Ladies and Children in
lightfully Sheer and Dain-
4 concerning the editor of the T. F. HOWHHAN f!
-first catch your rabbit! I Geo. C. Dolive ty. In a splendid range Black, White and Tan-
Pensacola News, and its well that the ee Wear guaranted. 4 pairs
of new designs and color-
Licensed Plumber and ,
c T age of dueling has passed-Arcadia Last November a dream of the regular $1.00. Box Saturday -
ihgs. Specially priced on
f.. News. We are just as peaceable as a ages came true when a small tugboat, Sanitary Engineer X J lIn Y. Saturday night at ___19c night for -----89c

lamb and he hit first the Louise, steamed through the Promptly Estimates Attended Furnished.to. Jobbing f 11

o length of the Panama canal from t
Ever notice the striking resemblance PHONE 629 A "WORTH WHILE" SILK SPECIAL
ocean to ocean. The value of a pass-
g'' between Willis Powell and age across the isthmus goes back to 106 Court Street ; Phone FROM 4 TO 6 P. M.

Scoop's boss, in the "Scoop, the Cub the day of Balboa's first glimpse of 600 yards Silk Tussah, Silk Ratine, Silk Eponge-all

1' Reporter" comics?Lakeland Telex the Pacific ocean from a peak in Da- ORLANDO, FLORIDA J 248 or 355 imported Fabrics-in plain and Fancy weaves-fine rangeof

;y gram. Sure! Did you ever notice rien. All honor to the canal dreamers Iallm1111111111111111111111111I! i iMtltMIMIIMMMIMMM colorings-for Street, Evening or Reception wear.
; the resemblance between Hethering- and canal builders, and congratu-
t ton and Mutt in the Mutt and Jeff Usually sold all over the State at 50, 75c. yd. Sat-

series? urday from 4 to 6 p. m____________-__________ 97/
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The Tampa Times is of the opinion size film 10c.
develop
i FINISHING. any
that if Senator Bryan could be induced : SUMMER DRESSES
to go away across the seas 'I-'IKODAK Let us develop and print WHITE SKIRTS In dainty Voiles, Crepes,

fr Tampa would-have a better chance of ; experienced photographer at head oi our DODAK DEPARTMENT.McELROY'S In Pique, Linen, Drill, etc.Nainsooks Our determination, Lawns, Silks.etc.is to

getting the customs _headquarters: The remains of our selling clear them out-price willthis
In the opinion of the Times it is PHARMACY : do itLot 1-values up
season-All I day Saturday -
evident the wrong senator went away. I : to $6.50; Saturday $2.98

} o Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drags. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.MMMililMlilMIMtlltMtMMMIHItMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMIMIIMHr. : : at half price. Lot Saturday 2values are up$8.98 to $22.50

"l Robert J. Fowler, the aviator for

whom a warrant was issued yester- :
1, SUMMER PARASOLS
day at San Francisco for allowing the

publication of pictures he had taken I WMmtliOilMtltlllllMMIIMMHMimHMHMMMIIMIIIIMMIiillMIIH 150 only, of this season's smartest productions, in every

k of the fortifications of the Panama I 'wanted color or combination.-Many of them worth $2.50.

canal is well known in Florida. In Your choice Saturday for
---------------- ftQ/%
1911 he made a flight from Los An- ..

geles to Jacksonville and afterwardsgave .

exhibitions in a number of Florida .. hens TROUSERS f
MESS STRAW HATS
a cities. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES : In light Flannel and Serge
s$ o Any straw hat in the storeRegular ?5.00 value-

"The good old summer time is said Commencement Day-an important event in the Saturday at half price. Saturday-Your /chovq

to be the dullest season of the year in lives of young people should receive some fitting mark : for ____________$3.15

Florida, but the Orlando banks show of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the : :

hf nearly $2,000,000 on deposit," remarks occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of :
the Sentinel. "This is not onlya Jewelry? Grocery DepartmentALL

very creditable showing for the II

banks, but it speaks volumes for the DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe : : : DAY SATURDAY

prosperity and financial stability of I
Orlando and Orange county. The direct the attention of relatives and friends to : Golden Dale Butter IbSOc Welch Grape Juile, price

r Sentinel is right and it is certain that the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this : pint. ____________ 23c

i. such reports will do a great deal towards store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- California 'Green Gage quart ?..:: ____*___ 50c
: Plums 3 Ib can ______13c
attracting attention to that est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond -

section of this great state.-Times- or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val. : California White Cherries Norwegian Sardines 3 tins

Union. ues and assortment. : 3 lb. can ---_________2oc for __________________25c
, -0-- A visit to our store will be appreciated and involves :

The National Educational associa- no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. .: SATURDAY NIGHT

tion, in session at St. Paul, has en- .

dorsed woman suffrage, and State ,,- .. 25 Ibs. Granulated Sugar --------________. $1 .25
V Superintendent W. N. Sh ats of Flor- I'IIII

ida was laughed down when he rose
' 22 Ibs. Japan Rice ---------______________ $1.00
to oppose the resolution. Mr. Sheats

took a whole lot on himself when he ..

declared that, "as a representative of ..
the South I can not but present the .
- protest of two-thirds of Southern wo- s

k men against woman suffrage." Just DIOKSON"IVES K ( CO.

; I when did two-thirds of the women of the JewelerOPPOSITE : :
the
South appoint Mr. Sheats to represent ,
them? How does Mr. Sheats

know that such a large number of I i i
POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENTAL STORE
Southern women are.opposed to woman !

suffrage? Finally, why way it I
j necessary for Florida's state superin- II I
; EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING !
tendent to make a jackass of himself

1. t by opposing a movement that all con- I' I

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THE TUNER GROW

ORLANDO, FLA. 81 S1 GriI i ission
:: and 6;3& p. m.

Twelve Inches Long at Noon It Added
5 cents I
About a Foot an Hour to
Mr. Frink Guernsey has 'returned DGll GDallDGDallDGDallDGDallDGA Ii

from a fJh days trip to Madison. II I PROGRAM Its Length "tt It It t llen's"
4
Mrs. H. M. Fraser has returned I:: BUYS AND SELLS : Imp. Comedy, "Percy Needed a Talk about your gold mines and

from a visit down to PassaGrille.Men I Rest. mints, they are not in it as money-

are wanted during July. Begin : REAL ESTATE I Eclair. "A Tale of the Desert," a makers with the business of raising
Western melodrama, with J. W. John-
.. _
today to get ready for Sunday II aligators for their hides, especially -

school. -- ston.Rex. Comedy, presenting Jimmy when they grow like they do in Or-

II Clabby, the world's middle weight lando. Just think of the real coin
Mr. Harold Johnson is looking after 600 acres south of Winter -: champion, in "A Kidnapped Pugilist." there would be in skinning alligatorsthat
business matters down at Winter, The number that drew the dishes Show Us Your Watch
Garden and west of : was 9765, held by Miss Ida Conroy. grew from twelve inches to six
Haven. feet in length in half a dozen hours.It .
Miss Clementine Buck, of Rich Gotha, including 10 acre : is comparatively easy to get hold FobS-PLEASE !

mond, V 8., is the guest of Miss Zelma orange grove. Theen- : PRESBYTERIANS[ [ Will COMPLETE of small alligators, but finding them Summer is the time for
Lewter. large enough for their hides to be youto

Miss Laura Lewter has returned tire tract covered Two with I : Nw[ CHURCH BY WINTERExpect valuable is quite another thing. No V have a fob, we have one in

yellow pine timber. doubt in view of the facts as we shall our assortment that will
from a few days visit with Miss Ruby
d miles i of lake shore.MMMMIililllllllMlM. I give them below a company will be please you.
Wilson at Apopka.Mrs.
: to Be,in New Building by the immediately formed in this city to D D
A. H. Willett and child leave
t Time Tourists raise 'gators: OurVateh Chains
Beginto
tonight for Buffalo, N. Y., to spenda ,.
When Mr John S. Rowland, the

,part of the summer. Arrive popular manager of the grocery de- are the best made, we can

Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston and Mrs. Jane Cadman, of Narcoossee, I I partment of the Yowell-Duckworth furnish any kind you want-

Mrs. Joe Sears, of Kissimmee, were spent Friday shopping with us. With full authority to act a build company, went to dinner yesterday D those with 20

t visitors to our city on Friday.Mr. ing committee has been selected to about twelve o'clock, he found a small year guaranteeare
Mrs. W. E. Gore, of Orlando, Mrs.A. modest in price.
and Mrs. Elbert Scoggins have have charge of the remodeling of the alligator in his back yard. At that very
B. Walace, of Loughman, and Miss
returned to their home in Jackson- Presbyterian church. The committeeis time it was about twelve inches long.It .
Agnes Bothamly left Monday for
rille, after visiting friends in the city. North Carolina to spend the summer. composed of Messrs. W. R. O'Neal, ran under the house and he failedto Allen & Co.

The ladies of St. James church will -Sanford Herald. Philip Slemons, S. E. Ives, Jr., Alf capture it, which was indeed fortunate n ,

have their rummage sale today at Bumby, and Jas. D. Barnes. as the reptile might not have

Rowland's old store, on Church street. Don't you think you owe it to yourself This committee will have full chargeof grown so rapidly in captivity. Mr. JewelersPrompt

and to those who are interestedin aH matters connected with the Rowland is a truthful gentleman and
Mr. Wilburn, who is agent for the
you, and to your Creator to go to construction of the new building and there can be no doubt that the alligator Repairing.
White gas car down at Tampa, spent
Sunday school at least once during are expected to rush the work of con was not more than twelve inches
Thursday and Friday in town demon July to study His divine word? struction as rapidly as possible. The long at noon. It is necessary to Everything Guaranteed.
strating.
Mrs. D. C. Thompson and daughter church hopes to have the work all show the length when first seen in
Nevin Sloan
of Mr.
Friends are
Miss Ruby Neal, will leave to- completed and be in their new building order to prove the later remarkable
that he is at home sick,
to know
sorry
day for Durham, N. C., to be with before the end of the year, when growth.At .
in ,
he will be out again
but hope that Miss Ruth Thompson, who has beenill the tourist rush is on. four o'clock yesterday after '

a day or two. there for the past two weeks. The funds necessary to the improvement noon, when the Sentinel representative ,
Mayor and Mrs. E. F. Sperry left have been subscribed and first heard of this remarkable alligator -!

last night for Asheville, N. C., to Frank Gordon and Misses Lottie the plans for the building selected it was four feet in length,

spend a few weeks enjoying the and Mina Mae Swearingen, of Orlando and approved. This church will, froman showing a growth of three feet in Ib leU
air. spent last Thursday night in 1=01 &
mountain architectural standpoint, be differ four hours. There can be no question -

4 Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Williams and Apopka, as the guests of Mr. and ent from the usual style of churchesand I that this is true because the information ____ ____ ___ __ _ __ h h__ __ ______ _____ _____ _
two sons, of Dade City, are the guestsof Mrs. S. S, Cunningham.ApopkaNews. following the Spanish mission I came from Mr. E. H. Gore, a

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tucker, on East style of construction, it is expectedthat 'popular member of the firm of Ca- " 111"111"11"11'111111111111111" " '

Jackson street. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Talley, Miss Nell the building will prove one of ruthers & Gore, whose veracity can

Miss Helen Warlow will leave on Talley and Mr. Ralph Talley, of Tam- the handsomest houses of worship in not be questioned. Mr. Gore solemnly 3 )71t9Jiw _

Monday for Boston, where she will pa, who have been the guests of Mr. the state, being especially adapted to assured the reporter that an alligator -

spend several weeks with Mrs. Em- and Mrs. Jos. L. Guernsey for a few the semi-tropical climate of Florida four feet long had been discovered -

inons Whitcomb.Mrs. days, have left in their auto for Day- I ool and inviting even on the hot- in Mr. Rowland's yard. This in

tona Beach. test summer day. itself was something unusual in the ..
S. A. Newell and Miss Claude Ford
DeLaney expect to leave this after Miss Ethel Cooper leaves on Monday growing line for any kind of an animal -. Rocky Cantaloupes

for Jacksonville, where she will BIG ELECTRIC FANS AT METHODIST but there is more to follow.At .
noon for Lake City to attend the B.
sail on the Clyde CHURCHThe six o'clock the alligator had increased
steamship "Arapa-
Y. P. U. convention.R. | Order them today before they
are
hoe" for New York. After a short its rapidity of growth and gone.
H. Geiger and S. Harper were
stop there she will go to Riverton, two big electric fans at the had reached a length of six feet.

in Orlando yesterday on business con- N. J., to spend a month with rela Methodist church have at last been There can be no question of the truthof
nected with the court house at that I Georgia Peaches.
tives. I properly regulated. The congregation this statement, for it came from a

place-Sanford Herald. Mr. Louis Hewitt returned Friday I Sunday morning will have a demonstration prominent citizen and church member .

A big crowd last night witnessed from New York city. Mr. Hewittwas of their double current. second only to Mr. G. Washington in Florida Limes.

"Brewster's Millions" at the Grand only away ten days and as he I The cool, fresh air rushed in, the hot his reputation for being truthful and

theater. The show was a good, one spent most of his time going to and air taken out. Some of the stew conservative in all his statements. In

and worthy of the patronage. from the big city on the Clyde Line, :'ards say the church will now be the fact? it is said he cut down a number

"Remember the Sabbath day to he only had four days in Ndv York, coolest place in Orlando. of cherry trees in his early youth.

keep it holy." Don't be a nuisanceon but says that he had a splendid trip. Figuring on the same basis of THE SANITARY GROCERY

Sunday. Go where you can do WOMAN'S AUXILIARY HELD growth as that evidenced between
Mr. Harry Teal, who_has been con
yourself or some one else some good. nected with the government station QUARTERLY MEETING four and six o'clock yesterday afternoon CARUTHERS & GORE

Mrs. H. F. Saunders, of Orlando, that alligator should be at least
here for the past four years, left Fri- !
The executive committee of the 18 feet in length by the time the Sen- Phone 200
was among the visitors who came out day afternoon for Sycamore, Ohio, to 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
to enjoy the fourth. She was delighted make his home with his mother. Mr. Women's Auxiliary Society of the tinel is read this morning, and we
with her visit here.-Apopka Episcopal church held its quarterly shudder to think of the damage he
Teal made friends here who
many
meeting Thursday at the home of the may do during the night. In fact the t
l News. hated to see him go, but wish him CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS. i
officials should take some stepsto
secretary, Mrs. Thayer. city
Ed Jump, an English suffragette of well in his new field.
Reports were presented showing capture the reptile, for if left at t FUNERAL DESIGNS t
+ Orlando, was in the city on Wednesday Mrs. Dorris Topliff and two little
water and calling progress along the various lines of large and the growth continues he 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1111'\
drinking sulphur
granddaughters, of Orlando, were work. The educational secretary, may wipe out the whole city in a "
Sanford
Sanford friends
his
on .
among those who spent he fourth so Mrs. E. LaRue Bliss, reported having week or two, if he continues to grow,

Herald. delightfully in Apopka. Mrs. Topliff requests from most of the Auxiliary at the rate of 24 feet a day.

Miss Ophelia Cooper leaves today said to the News man that it was her branches which studied China, By tomorrow night his hide will be

for her home in Jacksoaille after a first visit Apopka,but she was highly the conditions and mission work worth probably one hundred dollars, t.tI\ Fare 3 _
two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. pleased with the place and would r tAIIY BETWEEN
there, during last Lent, asking to con and this would make it a profitable '
J. M. Caruthers, on South Lake not hesitate to recommend it to all' tinue this rather than take new sub- investment for the city to destroy him : [}UFFALO

street. who might inquire of the town.- jects. and sell his hide. ifLEVELAND

Cards have been received by the Apopka News. The meeting was especially inter On the other hand it might be well

friends of Mr. and Mrs. William esting, the diocesan president, Deaconess for the city to lease a thousand acres

House announcing the arrival of Miss CARD OF THANKS Parkhill, presiding.Eat of land, fence the 'gator in and give

Gertrude Mason House on June twen Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gross wish to'i' him plenty of room to grow until the =--

tyeighth.Eat thank their friends for the many what you want. ourist season opens next fall. If the '

kindnesses shown them during the Eat all you want. same ratio of growth is maintainedby THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

what IOU want recent illness and death of their Take a postscript and forget it. next January the 'gator would be Leofta 500 feet;fcrexlth. W feet,C Indie;510 eater tad p.rlor..oc..od.ti.g 1500 PUKO
For sale all durggists. F'o Cntter in *t-lirger in all proixrUon.-nrhw D*U 8fF"1 MMOMT oa
Eat all you want. daughter, Grace Gross. by nearly five thousand feet long, and U.U..__of&be wwlL lawrrinimaUib.MitniHceot .
Take a postscript and forget it. I l-T-d&w-lyr
Steamers"SEEANDBEE." of Erie"aDd"Ctfof Buffdo"
For sale by all druggists. such an attraction would draw more "City

1.7-d&w.lyr Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. Try the Sentinel Job DepartmentMMHIIIMIHiiiMMHMIIMi visitors than will pass through the Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND -Mar.ht to Dec.itA
taft Ba6Jo . ,:00 P.bt. LLtroCWlKd fOOP/M.
gates of the Panama-Pacific exposition AmreCIeTeluJ 7JOA.M.r A/TIT.Buff to . 7JOA.U. tEuUra -
at San Francisco next year. ( Studnd Tine) .
" " " iHMimilMmiMMMIMIIIIIIIIII Cmwctico tC!.vcUiiJfarPbB< .ToJedo.Detroitaacla1l pt atl WeetlDdSoatL--.1WJroed
'... ,1".1,1,11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111 tiWi.re.diac bet.ees U.Cleveland are good fortrauporUiiaara OU'lcaiaen.
"OUR MUTUAL GIRL" AT HOME Ail roar ticket cgeBt for ticUIe vie Co&B.lice Tria.111 for luoonaw illustrated booklet"-.

AGAIN THE CLEVELAND BUFFALO TRANSIT CO., Cleveland, O.

"Our Mutual Girl" will be at homeat
t LUCERNE TODAY the Lucerne tonight; that is to
the one reel Reliance on this subject Bonds, whose brother-in-law says he
say PARSON CURED[O AT l FAST\ ONE[
will be here, although Miss Phil can be heard to breathe at Pine Cas-

f ips has been kidnapped and is being tle and who has been known to notify
held for ransom. Some very interesting OF f G GOLF PLAYING
of the result of
scenes will show how hard her ;. people a golf gameat
friends are trying to find her and to Eustis, when the game was over
what extremes they are going to obtain in Orlando
just simply by lifting up
; "Metamorphosis a fine one reel American feature some clue.A Rung in to Furnish AmuSement for his voice, didn't have anything to say
very strong two reel feature produced Way and Bonds He Turned

j | with Sydney Ayres and Vivian Rich in the leading roles. by"Metamorphosis the American,"company will demon-, entitled Tables on Them when this game with the parson was

strate the victory of the spirit over over.Mr.. Way and Mr. Bond are really
"Runa Ayres, Vivian Rich, The Country Club is some pump-
Plays the body. Sydney
Cupid reel
a one Reliance. Charlotte Burton and several other kins when running good, but when good golf players, both left-handed,
stars will be seen in this picture.A but when Mr. Drew rang in Dr. Staggon
"Method in His Illness reel beautiful one reel Reliance entitled winter folks are away it gets kinder them he put them out of business,
Komic. '
; ; a one "Runa Plays Cupid," and featuring tame, but we've got a few men in this
and it is very doubtful if Sam Way
Runa Hodges, the child actress, town who don't look alike, who don't

j ; "Our Mutual Girl," a one ml Reliance that pleases. together"Method with a in one His reel Illness Komic,", entitled will talk alike, and who have nothing in will this summer.consen tto play any one again

the bill. common, and yet they can keep a circus -
i That Dollar Box of complete reels in all. There is always I going all right.
and Five good
; j Candy the Pass will be given away at I The Woodmen of the World and theI.
at least one funny picture Among them might be mentioned
; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. the Lucerne every day. Messrs. S. Y. Way and J. D. Bonds. 0. F. lodges in Arcadia are planning
to unite in the work of erectinga
i
They moseyed up to Mr. B. Drew and
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY fraternal hall as a meeting place
First Floor 10 Cents. 5 Cents asked him if he couldn't get some one for both.lodges..
r Balcony Children 5 Cents LOST-One two year old bay colt, with whom they could play golf in .

the absence of Mr. Newt Yowell.
weighs about 1,000 pounds. Any The next meeting of the Florida
this office. Mr. Drew, who is not religious,
information kindly notify ery
Monday The Million Dollar State Dental society will be held at
Mystery. 7-11-lw said he thought he could pull a par Pass-a-Grille in Pinellas county.
son nito the contest, so he went
developed at 10 cents
FILMS
utiimmmk KODAK around and Dr.
Stagg.
per roll No local agents. Robin got Robber Stamps made to order at
son's Studio, Watkins block. 7-11-tf The result was that Jimmie D. .4 l ... 2846WADE




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Nursery stock, one, two, three and
four year old buds; Foster Early,
ii For the convenience of the public we will keepour Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
Navel: Address Mrs. i.Kah1 *

drug store open all night An experienced Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

druggist will constantly be in charge. WE NEVER FOR SALE .

y CLOSE. WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt'l
Georgia peaches, wholesale or re
tail. Fresh every day. Also have AND DO ALL KINDS OF

PROMPT, DEPENDABLE, COURTEOUS. fresh 'lot of Georgia cane syrup, at. OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
King's grocery store, 47 West Church !

street. The Georgia Man, I


FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare ORLANDO

bargain; recently completely overhauled -
and made good.as ,new in every -
part; guaranteed first class condition '
;. must be sold at once, even at
The CITY DRUG STORE j jJ. sacrifice Come, or address, White

Rock 4-23-tf Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. L OPTOMETRIST H. RAMSDEU I Water & Light Co. J


! J J. L. DEAN, Proprietor. j
(8aceeMor to Dr. 0. P. Likdai)
WANTED-To exchange Vose piano,

OrlAndo, Florida in good condition, for Victrola and ORLANDO FLORIDA
records. Piano may be seen at For-
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, ElectricityGas
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MMiMimtiimiiiiiiiiFor Ii
THE "AIR TOWEL" Everybody is busy and there is no WANTED-Couple to live on country
hint of hard tmes in this section. place. Call or address, 400 West Water Ice
Central avenue.WANTEDAutomobile.
= Agitation for the suppression of With a half million dollars' worth of SaleOR

the roller or common towel for publicuse milding in six months and another' five or seven ..

has swept over the entire coun- half million planned for the next six passenger; must be cheap for cash. Office--No. 18 West Central Ave.

try, as it is considered a menace toY months, St. Lucie county is certainly Give full description. Box 93, Or-

public health. Shortly after the elimination on the I'1cve-Fort Pierce News. lando, Fla. 7-9-3t EXCHANGEFive

& of the public drinking cup byE WANTED PARTNER, with an auto-

all authorities, the crusade on the STOPS NEURALGIA-KILLS PAINSloan's ; mobile, for an engineering proposi- Room House built
tion. Good Address No. 6IIIIIIICIIIIMIII
B. J.
profits. Telephone
common towel in public places .started Liniment gives instant relief i care Sentinel. of cement blocks 24x36
and some ten months ago Massachusetts from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It ,

goes straight to the painful part- DRESSMAKING-Plain Cartright shingles two
Ohio, and Michigan passed and fancy ,
Soothes the Nerves and
laws prohibiting its use; since then Ii Pain. It is also good for Stops Rheumatism the- when sewing promised of all,kinds at room, and No.work 6,ready over lots 100x150, some young I
than states have made Sore Throat Chest Pains and
more thirty Estes' drug store. Misses Keen &
similar laws. sprains. You don't need to rub- Baldwin.WANTEDPosition. peach, orange and grape

towel succeeded' it penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swniger, fruit trees. Driven well -
The common was Louisville, Ky., writes: "I suffered ..... .. . . "rr
.
1 by the paper towel, the use of which with quite a severe Neuralgic Headache as nurse in con- 200 feet.
for four months without finement cases, general nursing or t
requires, besides the initial expenseof any re- -
lief. I used Sloan's Liniment for two housekeeper. Best references. Phone Address .
the towels, an attendant to supply
515. 7-8-5t
or three nights and I haven't suffered -
fresh and remove soiled and wet tow- with my head since." Get a bottle t
els from the lavatories; now the last today. Keep in the house all the FOR RENT Box 4 4tKissimmee

word in economical and sanitary innovations time for pains and all hurts. 25c., t 300
5Qc., and $1.00, at Druggist Are You Woman ?
your
is the "air towel" used in Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Florida a I ARTICLES

the large public lavatory in the Dis- Sores. W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney 300
trict building at Washington, D. C. NOTICE street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- I 6.8lmConkey's
Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8 enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. ILLUSTRA
JThis "air towel electric hand ;
or of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida j
dF drier, is the invention of J. M. Ward, Notice ia hereby given that Henry; Keeven. iimmiiMiMtmimii.LICE TION5y
FOR RENT-Two office in
of Florisant Mo., purchaser of tax certificate spaces
superintendent of the District build- our store at No. 9 W. Church street Take
No. 28, dated the 3rd day of June. A. D. Gar ui
:\ ing. In appearance it resembles a 1912, has filed said certificate in my office Come in and we will show you. Pierce
j and has made application for tax deed to Electric Co. 3-29-tf Popular Mechanics
rectangular box 11 by 13 inches set issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
embraces the following described property ? Magazine
on a sanitary base having 12-inch I
situated in Orange county Florida to-wit: TO RENT-Some desirable modern The lice question is quickly "WRITTEN so YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT"
; legs, with an opening in the top of, West half of northwest quarter and south- very I
west Quarter and southwest quarter of southeast houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. settled if you dust you fouls with The Woman's Tonic A GREAT Continued Siory of tho World ,
the in which the wet hands
case are quarter, section 27, township 20 south 4-26-tf Progress which you may begin reading 'oat
held while being dried. The device range 27 east. The said land being assessedat Lice PowderIt's any tune, and which will hold your
the date of such certificate in the name interest forever. You are living! in the best
consists of a blower that forces air of Delta Canal Company. safe,quick and sure' year,of the most wonderful age.of what is
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed MISCELLANEOUS Saves your poultry profits because it doubtless the greatest world in the universe.
through an electric heating element A resident of Mars would gladly pay-
according to law tax deed will issue thereonon
to ducts and deflectors suitably placed the 28th day of July. A. D. 1914. Up to date painting, papering, etc.,, Kills the LiceDoesn't \ FOR SALE AT ALl $1uUu FOR ONE YEAR'S
for distributing the warmed air to all Witness my official signature and seal this is the kind you want. Where to gel t; Harm Chickens DRIJ66BTSF4 SUBSCRIPTION
the 27th day of June A. D. 1914. to thismag.zineiorderto keep informed of
of the hands at the same time (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. its That's easy, phone 636. W. T. Pnc 25 emu SO com: and$DO. our progress m Engineering and Mechanics.
,
parts Clerk Circuit Court. Orange County Fla. Entrican. 1-20-ti I For tilt mites that Me n the crack by Are you reading ft 1 Two millions of your
and is operated by a foot lever or : day and Dmroo chickens a niEhLioravyour n. Ak Fa l neighbors are. and it is the favorite nraga
We insure, your life and loan you poultry house ash line in thousands of the best American
pedal, which in turn operates a quick- NOTICEIn money on real estate at 6 per cent Conkeys Lice Liquid Fntr" C. BOARDMAN homes.-It appeals and to all classes-old and
DR. F. young men women.
acting switch, thereby setting the the Circuit Court of Orange County, State interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., deans hem out thoroughly Quart 35 The "Sholl Votes" Department (20(
cents,hall co JUXL page)
blower in motion; by removing the [ of the Florida.In matter. of Scire Fades on behalf of Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. For the deadly gallon bead cents louse weCOOrur gallon DENTISTBoardman gives useful easy articles way for to home do thingi-bow and shop & eta

foot the device is put out of operas Evelyn Mary; Cooper et aL, as Executors of 3-25-d&wtf LICE : Amateur Ke huica"(10 page)ten how,
George Faithful make Mission furniture,wireless outfits,boat
; 'lion; the hands come in contact withno + ,and all the
engines magic things a bollovel.!
versus Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, Effective and dorso't harm ducki: 10 Building I
part of the device, thus assuring Hy. Spencer Brooker. and 25 trots Money bad it these $1 JO PER YEAR. UNCLE COMES 18 CENTS
F. F.
at Dutton's
Fla.
r Scire Facias for issuance of Execution on Sanford prrporanoM do not uttsfy. Aik yoor Ktindtthf to thov tat_ a perfectly sanitary operation. JudgmentTo 519tf. ,1>.GECassterAandsadOhio I .- Office Hours: Win R FREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY e

It takes just 30 seconds to dry the the Defendant. Hy. Spencer Brooker: POPi .AR MECHANICS CO.
t 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00:
You notified that writ of Sentinel want ads.
are hereby a are money get- P. F. LAUBACH 318 W.Wublngton St,CtnCAGOIT'S
:; hands, and although this seems long Scire Facias has been sued out of said Court ters. them. Telephone &10.
against you on behalf of Evelyn Mary Cooper Try
while with the hands in the
standing and Montague Ellis as Executors of George

F have drier and shown practically that the unoccupied ordinary operation tests- a being Faithful judgment to obtain deceased rendered an execution the against object against of you said yon by upon writ said have Don't Entrican wait for, the every painter one in,town before to H4*! I: : :I I I I I Ii mmm"\n u\\U\,\" \m"" u"" \\\,1" ,,, m m

of drying the hands with a towel Court on the 7th day of November 1895 in you try. Am too busy to look you
Favor of George Faithful who died testateIn up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
consumes more time if the hands are the year 1905, his Executors being the

to be dried as thoroughly as by theM said and Evelyn yon are Mary commanded Cooper and to Montague appear to Ellis laid: job. 1-20-tf TIME TO TAKE UP THE HOUSE
Find what
wait in Sentinel
electrical drier. Being dried perfectly writ of ache facias on or before the rule day you
in July, 1914, being the fth day of July. 1914. "wants."
there is no unpleasant sensation.- ARTHUR F. ODLIN


Scientific W. P. Sheretz American., who lives about half Attorney Deceased.IX for.THE Executors CIRCUIT of COURT George Faithfull For---the-NOTICE--news,TO read CREDITORSIn The---Sentinel- f FURNISHING Q QUESTION[ IN R REAL[ l


way between this city and Homeland, Of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State State Court of of Florida.In the County. Judge, Orange County, f

left a bunch of sixty-five-day corn at .f Florida for Orange County re Estate of Wm. Smith.
To all Creditors, Legatees Distributee and all
this office Saturday. It is an excel- City of Orlandovs. Persona having Claims or Demands again!

lent example of what the soil will said Estate: E.AE :eST:::
Ida E. Davis. You and each of yon, are hereby notified
produce in this neck of the woods. Bill in Chancery to Enforce Tax Lien. and required to present any claims and demands -
Mr. Sheretz has farm. In To the defendant Ida E. Davis: whieh you, or either of you, may have
a splendid
It appearing from the affidavit of the City against the estate of Win. Smith deceased,
adidiion to raising good corn he raises Solicitor of the City of Orlando herein filed late of Orange county Florida, to the undersigned Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

hay, various kinds of vegetables and that State he of believes Florida you and are that a nonresident your residence of the is two years administratrix from the date of hereof.said estate within delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

unknown and that there is no person in this Dated March 3, A. D. 1914.
all kinds of fruits. Life on the farm
state the service of a subpoena upon whom ELIZABETH J. SMITH. Administratrix. ; pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasona-
in Polk county is indeed pleasant as would bind you and that your age is above

,,+ the farmers are now beginning to the It age is therefore of 21 yean.ordered that you do appearin NOTICE | ble in every sense of the word.

: possess all the modern conveniencesthe this Court to the bill herein filed upon
7. A. D. 1914. .,
September .HIIMIIIIillMIMIIMIMimiiHIiMilinHlliMilllllliMICHARGE 4
same as town dwellers.-Fort It is further ordered that this order of Office of Supervisor of Registration
publication be published once a week for eight
Meade Leader.IN consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sentinel Notice is hereby given that the ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you .
a newspaper published in Orange eoun books for registration of voters for i

A BAD WAY ty.Witness Florida.my hand and the seal of said Cir the General Election to be held in to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of join-
Yeaeh Street Woman Sadly Af- cuit Court this 3rd day of July A. D. 1914. November, 1914, will be open at my
(Seal T!. M. ROBINSON office, Room 20, Court House, Orlando
this
will
:x; flitted Clerk Circuit Court Orange County.By ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen explain
Fla., Thursday, Friday and
= Kidney ills come mysteriously and H. A. HOWARD every
s. if neglected, often result fatally. This 7-4-8tw Deputy Clerk. Saturday from August 5th to October6th,1914from9a.m.to12m.- feature to you
.
Orlando woman found a cure just in
r time read what she says. This is IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOf and from 2 to 5 p. m. 1
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i local proof you can easily investi- the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stateof FRANK H. WILLIAMS,
gate the facts. Florida for Orange County Supervisor of Registration for

Mrs. J. B. Doerr. 103 Veach St. Orange County.
Orlando, says: "I was in about as: I City of .Orlandovs. 7-4-wklyto8-l
bad shape as anyone could be with. A. B. Grove.
kidney and bladder trouble. My back Bill in Chancery; to Enforce Tax Lien. NOTICE
ached and the pain finally became To the defendant A. B. Grove: Kincaid Snowden
It appearing from the affidavit of the City Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
deeply, seated in my left kidney. I Solicitor: : of the City of Orlando herein filed of Chapter 4 888, Laws of Florida
kept getting worse and worse until that he believes that you are a non-resident
I Had to take to bed. My nerves; of the State of Florida and that your residence Notice is hereby given that Cary Hand of ..
all and I I is Aririe. Alberta. C.._ada. and that Orlando. Fla. purchaser of tax certificate
., were unstrung might say there is no person in this state the service ofa No. 250 dated the 5th day of June. A. D.
was a wreck from the trouble. I had subpoena upon whom would bind yon, and 1911 has filed said certificate in my office Furniture of Characterat
known of Doan's Kidney Pills all my that your age is above the age of 21 years.It and has made application for tax deed to
life and I finally sent to N. J. Mercks 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
Drug Store for a supply. It was September 7. A. D. 1914. Orange county, Florida to-wit: Lot 21. blockC
but a short time before I got relief It b further ordered that this order of Goodwin's addition, Orlando. The said Popular ric'es..1
a and continued use cured me. Since publication be published once a week for eight land being assessed at the date of the issuance
then I have recommended Doan's consecutive weeks in the South Florida Sentinel of such certificate in the name of r
a newspaper published in Orange county Unknown.
f'; Kidney Pills to many. Florida. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed
Price 50c at all Dealers. Don't Witness my hand and the seal of said according to law tax deed will issue thereonon Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando FloridaMMMMt.td
'' simply ask for a kidney remedy geDoan's t Circuit Court this 3rd day of July A. D. 191 the 4th day of August. A. D. 1914. ,
Pills-the that (Seal) B. M. ROBINSON. Witness my official signature and seal this
Kidney

p .-'4"}". Mrs.Props Dwrr, -Bofalo had., N.Fnster-Milburn Y. same Co., 7-4-8tw Clerk Circuit Court M. A.Orange Deputy HOWARD.County.By Clerk.ttttfBrtMJfci.._ the(Seal 3rd Clerk)day Circuit of July Court A.B., D.Orange M.1914.ROBINSON.County FIa.1I \ \\ ;" " IMMMM.Tr '1111tl'III' III"" ',: ::: :, :, :::: ''r


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Condensed Specifications i 11I

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DAILY SPORT LETTER game will develope much sooner. I I For baby's croup, Willie's daily 1.1..111111111.11111111111111111111111.111.1111111. ..
I "It's really surprising how little cuts and bruises, mamma's sore FOR SALEAT
throat, Grandma's
(By Frank G. Menke) practice of the right kind will makea Thomas' Electric Oil lameness- the -house Dr. *
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good player. If one practiced con hold remedy. 25c and 50c. A THE MARKETOf
New York, July 10.-Golf is effem- sistently for an hour each day at the -
inate, tends to selfishness and ill tem- hard shots, it soon would end in near It will pay you to let us do some
perfection. But the trouble with of your printing. We do it right. '
per and destroys character, if you BARGAINThree Cleanliness Of
wish to take the word of P. J.. T. Americans is that they don't care to QualityFRESH
Bosanquet of London for it. practice. It seems like work to them DR. A. B. WHITMAN

Bosanquet who is one of the great- and it doesn't give them as much ten acre tracts on AND SALT MEATS

est cricket players in the world in addition pleasure that the playing of the gome DENTIST Orlando and Kissimmee road, FISH AND GAME I
to being an all round athlete, itself does. -! .
and who became quite proficient in the "But if they just curbed their desires East End Charleston Block, up-stairs only two and one half miles Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

game of golf, says: to play the game itself and from the post office, Orlando.

"Golf has none of the essentials of spend some time practising they would BHEUMATIO SHOULD SUFFERERS USE Will sell one or all. The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh I

a great game, such as pluck, endurance soon become so proficient that their and pure.
will double when the
price
physical fitness, agility, unselfishness pleasure in playing the game wouldbe 5 DROPS .
, esprit de corps, quickness of doubled and tripled because by brick road is laid. Other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

eye on judgment. It is merely a practice, they would have learned to The Best Remedy small tracts for grove purposes everything in the Meat Line.
pleasant recreation and an inducement make the difficult shots that present For all forms of
to indolent people to take exer themselves during the game. There at buying values. Also

cise."Golf always is an erhiliration in making RheumatismLUMBAGO. desirable groves and city The PARLOR MARKET

. destroys rather than buildsup those difficult shots-that's one of the property at prices that com-
character. It tends to selfishness nicest features of the game."

and ill temper. It developes no quali- mand attention. H. M. Self & Co.

ties of manliness or fighting tbility GROWING CHILDREN .
that are of assistance in the more serious SCIATICA. GOUT NEURALGIA,? !
Cooper Atha PINE STREETIIMillllilllllllllllM
AND KIDNEY TROUBUS.DROPS
persuits of life. It is effeminate They Should be Protected Against

"Of at course best., golf brings pleasure to Internal External Uncleanliness ContaminationThe as Well as 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Flaw, Phone No. 80 .

credit for that. But to say that the delicate organs of the maturing Phone No. 311
game is great, to say that the game child.are more susceptible to the STOP THE PAINQhesQuIckR.Flef ] e
influence of disease and infection
4 is hard to play and hard to master, -
than are the more seasoned organsof die t* r I .
or to feel proud or boastful over one's grown-ups. Malaria takes an early I UtettMMPU ')t&V1111'1 lalll.'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII'II'1111111111111111111111 1111..
accomplishments at the game is folly.It j and strong hold on the child's
liver and causes headaches, coated
is a simple game to learn and a
tongue, indigestion, and
simpler one to play, as is shown theo cramps *Mon" mt on uq-
other conditions.
er by the fact that mere youths, many These are dangerous the signal posts of SvanftON f1.11144 RtaouMatie.Wrtil.CluCMOMAKE Care Coe,

who usually start as caddies become warning nature provides that your W. M. SLEMONSNew
Show child may be relieved of impending
scratch players within the year. sickness. YOUR OWN I
' me any other game in which a playercan The proven remedy, Carswell'sLiver "
become a top-notcher in a yearor Aid, which is a purely vege- I PAINT
table liquid compound should be in
two years, or even three."I .
your medicine chest ready to administer YOU will SAVE
have played golf very often and at the first sign of a disordered 60 cis. PER GALt Goods Arriving! Daily
1 no one is more grateful to the game liver.
for many pleasant hours than I, nor Fifty cents purchases a large bot- -THIS- HOW
does any one appreciate the charms tle at McElroy's Pharmacy under Buy 4 gals.L.C&M.Semi- ..1I
that
the absolute
guarantee price
and intricacies of the game more thanI will be returned without. quibble if And3gals.LinseedOilto Mixed Real Paint $8.40 ... .
do. But there is charm and intricacy you want it. mix with it 2.19 "
in a game of lawn tennis or croquet I
Makes gals.Paint forflO.SO
There is charm and intricacyin For any itching skin trouble, piles, We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
every game that is played, whether eczema, salt rheum, hives itch, scald It's only $1.50 per gal
head, herpes, scabies. Doan's Ointment made by Schloss Bros, of Baltimore.
indoor or out and so no real credit The L. & M. SEMLMIXED "King Quality" Shoes.Elliott's .
is.highly recommended. 50c a REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD.
should be give to golf because of the ZINC and LINSEED OIL-tbe beat known Suits
"Lord
box at all stores. paint materials for 100 years. o Boys' Baltimore" brand. Table Linen and Towel:.
fact that it is a charming game, or
Use a fc-al.oat of any you bay and if not the
that it presents intricacies for the First class Brazing a specialty aWarman's t, best paint made,then return the pautt and get Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry, Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
all your money back.
Repair Shop o. Court St
players to master.
12-5-tf. HELM'S HARDWARE CO. .8: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
"The game does not demand any
real pluck or physical courage; it demands

nothing like cricket polo, foot-
ball or the other games demand andas ii 1ree

I view the situation, golf is a game rLL' W. M. SLEMONS
that is more for women than for

men." r'
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"Chick" Evans, of Chicago the el

greatest amateur golfer in America, .-
r' IAIy' dWWtdhldik d Iru -
in the opinion of Harry Vardon, the i II1/f

English wonder, who has played e

against.the brightest American starsat .
one time or other. I -=
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Evans understands shotthatis : =J.-- O
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one of the reasons for his greatness -.-S l ?? < 1 I I

says Vardon. "He plays every f 1111111. .

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tyift best game when hard present ,

Ouimet is a good player, and has I,, FROM JACKSONVILLE Starve the1 "
wonderful nerve. Travers is a mighty St.Lew . pus Oicat - $43.50 Cwdawti . $33.00tner.
. . . .
SC.7S Lainnlk.ColenseSpriBp 3134
SS.M St. P ad
good mah too, but neither in my opinion 56. $ Dilllia. . IUI sWille - 21.40
compare with Evans. He is the Sa'L .fay. .. 71.M Woatpcf....'.. 76.73 EnmilUYtlbmtne . 32.25 That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
36.30
ON ladiaiupola
best amateur in America. rerhad106.44 7S.N Tend Mistral . 55.4S Frock Lick . 35.29 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.That's .

Vardon handing out advice to Amer- 1 Settle Let Audit. ..-* 1N.M M.SO Maeknac Pet-key .. .> ..51.58 53.00 Tdede Detroit. .. .. .. 41.10 43.50 why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about

ican golfers says: Ii Gluier SaiFrascac Park .. .. ILLS M.50 BaffiU Mum Falls. *. .47.49* 47.40 CaioUtqu Muwoth CT- -. 3U.Low 47.49. the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on

** The Americans make a labor of rates to other point in Colorado California,Canada Minnesota time and properly cooked.
golf. Hundreds of Americans will go ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and '

out and play forty-five holes of golfa low rate Tickets from on 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

day. That is bad-very bad. To VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things

play so many holes in one day ruins I mil I. LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
the benefits that can be derived from r h I I Going through St.Loaia returning all through tickets.Chicago Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
or rice versa IJberal stop-overs on
golf. / TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
"The biggest fault with the American ;_ \\ / through train daily choice of three different
\\1/)
beginner is that he plays more routes.
I
than he practices. It should be just }" Three dairy banes to the southwest through New
'::: -4 j jI jOrleans.. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time.. I Orlando Water & LightCompany
the opposite. Practice makes perfect. I\: I Rock baflaat No duel. No dot. For handaome ilia*
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'I.CONDENSED Passes Responsibility for Incomplete
Federal Reserve Board Up
to the Senate


Washington, July 10.- : j ;
REPORT OF Wilson will make no : jrY'
the federal reserve board in
z The State Bank oi Orlando Paul M. Warburg, of New
k til the senate takes definite
At Close of Business July 8th, 1914, In Compliance his name. Mr. Wilspn !
With Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida. to place the responsibility on llll ((0.nr\ State tillU: ;
RESOURCESLoans ate for leaving the board -
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* and Discounts . . . . . 494,817 14 That there was no chance '
Stocks and Securities . . . . . $145,87174 president changing this J Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the
:c.' Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . 158 81 stated definitely today by :
Furniture and Fixtures . . . 13,004 30 his confidence. Mr. i I I J U. S. Currency, shows I
:
Real Estate . . . . . . . . . 13,875 45 finally decided that he will I
Cash and Due from Banks . . 287,476 28 personally before the : June
Deposits, 30 1914 $8.286,00
mittee to be cross-examined, I Fl I! IL Fl : .
is him '
president backing :
$ 955,203 72 stand. In answer to I Increase, since our last pub-

LIABILITIES. whether Mr. Wilson was : fished statement, March 4
Capital Stock . . . . . . . $ 50,000 00 forts to get Mr. Warburg to 1911- ., $5,538,25 .
1 Surplus . . . . . . . . . . 37,000 00 beore the committee, I| :
J. Undivided net . . . 23
Earning 5,772 White House said that such I .
Dividend Unpaid . . . . . . . 464 00 : .
would be useless. { '
Increase
Deposits . . . . . . . . ,. 861,96749 .which The nomination the banking of Thomas ,c-1kULL h I-Iffihl months, fa past, !& i[I'I(.fJ 11:'<,\ I ll'i R t II 9' .g' .:

$ 955,203 72 f 'J
voted to report adversely, is ;;

a= S. W. HOWE, Cashier. ferent position. A fight for f THE REASON j
firmation may be conducted i

nority report. fli I 1. For our continued growth is known to our t
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i independ'r depositors. Are one of them
you yet ?
VAlUE Of PUBLIC S II

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continuous- TNREATf[ [NED[ ; '
?; GREAT[ VOLCANIC ACTIVITY IN almost eruption for years. -
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Pavlof volcano, on the Alaska peninsula -:. I . . . -- ". JT "
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AlASKA west of Shumagin Island, 100 Chicago Educator Says : ......... ...;. ,., .. .....- " '. . '. .. : .., .... '.': : : 'r'
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I miles southeast of Mount Shishaldin, Religious Teaching I 1/: : :: oiC.-.r
also was active when the Dirigio Misapprehension : : .:' J. :
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Several on Spectacular Rampage passed. The action of Pavlof was ,I : . . .. .. D .,t _.1; D: i
,peculiar, the mountain throwing outa St.'Paul, Minn., July 10. I ., : :. 7' ..: ; : .. : .. ":. . : :. .". ; .:. : .....::".; .,<::': .
After Years of
Quiet :
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black ash, a light fall of which was certain adjustments are .

Repose I(I noticed not been on in the eruption Dirigio.since Pavlof 1912. has of educational America system will lose, the their :::...:;':' ? }) .;:::: ::fe:: :. :?.(;.: ::.: ?.:: ;::.. :>\'...::. .:.:.. :;.... .;'. ..'..:." ':'" :,.." .;:;;?i..::':::';o. ':..;'. :\.. :.'trt: :!}x :" .

Seward, Alaska, July 10.-Further Passengers on the Dingo said fish- our civilization and continue .
details of the tremendous volcanic activity ermen reported that two of the six only as a decaying .
in progress along the Alaskan craters in the mountain ridge west of This was the declaration of thought or freedom is one of .I "First, that the state may properly BANK'S DIVIDEND 700 PER CENT.In .
: peninsula west of Seward were given Cook Inlet, known as Mount Katmai, Francis, superintendent of difficulties facing those teach religion; second, that religion ; order to avoid subscribing for
today by Captain McMullen, of the have been emitting dense volumes of Los Angeles, Cal., in an I would institute a system of I can be taught as mathematics and stock in the regional reserve bank
steamer Dirigi, which brought first sudphur-laden smoke. fore the annual convention to meet the needs of the 'many other subjects can, and third,!(under the new currency system in
tional Educational f I that teaching religion would solve all '
news of the outburst. I excess of its own capital stock the
A new crater has opened on the Methodists of East Fort Myers closes a week's session I for Religious Education in problems of youthful delinquency and First National bank of Uniontown,
c north side of Mount Shishaldin, the 'have organized a congregation and I "Every child has a right Public Schools Based on I cure the general public apathy to ecclesiastical -i I" Pa., recently declared a dividend of
most westerly of the three peaks reported are planning the erection of a churchat dom," said Mr. Francis, "in I Misapprehension affairs." I II 700 per cent. The capital of the bankis
eruption.. Flowing lava has an early date. I suit of his normal F. Cope, of Chicago, speak- Shorter courses and longer hours $100,000, and its surplus before the
Ii cut a wide path through the snow I I from mental, religious, t the Religious Education I were among changes advocated by 'dividend was $1,650,000. Under the
down the side of the mountain. Mount Read the Morning Sentinel Price: financial exploitation on said the present agitationI 'the commission on the reorganizationof I'law national banks are compelled toI
Shishaldin, which is on Unimak 10 cents a week. I those stronger than himself. I I teaching of religion in the ( methods in the teaching of manual invest 6 per cent of their capital and
Island, is one of the most active volcanoes I "Quiet opposition 'I schools was based on three ,training in secondary schools in its I Ii I surplus in regional reserve bank se-
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in Messalines and Crepe de Chines.. All OCTAGON SOAP, 10 cakes for. . . . . . . 38c ; ;!
colors and the very latest styles. All on .
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BEST GLOSS LUMP STARCH, 51bs5 for . . 25c | J
GOLDEN DALE CREAMERY BUTTER, 33c.
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: $3.50 quality for . . . . . . . . . . $1.75 JELLY GLASSES, 11 oz. with cover, worth
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MEN'S SHOE SALE, EXTRA SPECIAL One at $1.25, special, dozen. . . . . .
I Jot of Men's Fine Shoes and Oxfords in Limit 1 dozen to customer.
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