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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 14, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00380
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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THE MORNING SENTINELTHE




PAPER THAT EVERYBODY ,LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS
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{e news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.



VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914. NUMBER 132.




OVER THREE MilliON INCREASE f IN ORLANDO MANN I AMONG'N I CURRIE U I IS HELD[ WITHOUT!! CRIMINAL r PROSECUTION O f N or NEW


INJURED[D IN COASTLINE T BAil T TO ANSWER


f flORIDA RAilROAD A ASSESSMENTS f WRECK f K MURDER CHARGE f HAVEN DIRECTORS f RECOMMENDED f f fSWAN


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\ COMPTROLLER KNOTT SAYS CRIMINAl COURT DISPOSES[ Of PASSENGER TRAIN COLLIDED PRELIMINARY TRIAL BE- CAUGIII WITH TROT LINE[ FOLLOWING AN INVESTIGATION -

RAILROAD ASSESSMENT MINOR CA [S WITH COAL CARS ON FORE JUDGE HERRINAT INThoughtless LAKE[ CllEROI[ K[[ BY I. C. COMMISSION -

HAS BEEN RAISED MAIN LINE NEAR SANFORD YESTERDAY


SeveralOR4X6E Negroes Sentenced to Serve SANFORDCARS Fisherman Leaves Lineto

(COIINIY INCREASED $5)1,213) county on Roads and to Injure Beautiful Birdsin am TO NINnY MllUON is GONE

:-- Pay Fines CARELESSLY[ [ LEFT T ON TRACK NrN EYIDENCE[ [ E WAS INTRODUCED Lake

STATE COMPTROLLER KNOTT REPORT DECLARES DEALS TO
The criminal cur.; ,'I'l7cr.41d Monday Commissioner Robertson reportedlast
VISITS ORLANDO AND DISCUSSES HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE
morning and durirg the day a W. T. KNIGHT, OF ORLANDO, APPLICATION FOR RELEASE ON night that one of the beautiful

RAILROAD ASSESSMENTS number of cases acre disposed of. BADLY BRUISED IN COLLIS- A WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS swans in Lake Cherokee had been MOST GLARING INSTANCES

ACKNOWLEDGES CAN- Pat Jones, colored, was convictedon ION AND MAY BE INTER.XALLYINJUREDCOX WILL BE MADE AT ONCE caught by a trot line some fishermanhad OF MALADMINISTRATION RE-
DIDACY FOR GOVERNORHon. the charge of aggravated assault, set in the lake. Fortunately the VEALED IN RAILROADING
BY DEFENDANTS
\ the jury recommending the mercy of I swan was caught by the foot rather
FINED TO HIS BED ATTORNEYS than by swallowing the bait and
the court was
W. V. Knott state
comptrollerand
Washington, July 13. "Criminal
avowed candidate for John Neal, alias Will Simpson, colored I not seriously injured.
an gover- negligence" and "one of the most
nor in the Democratic primaries of was charged with forgery and W. T. Knight is confined to his bed County Judge Herrin of Seminole This occurrence may result in the

1016 was a prominent visitor in Or- the uttering of a forged instrument at the Keystone as the result of injuries county held D. W. Currie without bail passage of an ordinance prohibiting glaring instances of maladministration -

lando yesterday, and was greeted bya The jury found him guilty of forgeryand received in a wreck on the At- to answer to the charge of murderfor fishing in any of the lakes within the revealed in all the" history of

host of Orange county friends he was given a sentence of one lantic Coast Line near Sanford at an the killing of B. F. Bryan at the city, and the matter will doubtless be American railroading, were the

Mr. Knott readily discussed his can- year on the county roads. early hour yesterday morning. While close of the preliminary hearing at discussed at the meeting of the coun- terms the Interstate Commerce Com

didacy for governor and said he felt Brack and Theodore Childers, his injuries are not considered serious Sanford yesterday. His attorneys cil this afternoon. There is an ordi- mission employed today in reportingto

very much encouraged by the assur- white, charged with aggravated assault he is painfully' bruised on the announced last night that an effort nance prohibiting fishing in Lakes the senate on its investigation of

ances of support that had come to pleaded guilty to assault and side and there is a possibility of internal would be made at once to obtain his Lucerne and Eola, but it does not ap- New Haven railroad financial affairs.

him since his announcement. He said, battery, which plea was accepted by injuries. Mr. Knight travels release on bail from the Seminole ply to other lakes. The commission's conclusions may

f however, that he was not now cam- the state. Brack Childers was sen- for the Parier Paint company, of At- county jail upon a writ of habeas As a matter of fact there is no objection be summed up this way:

paigning. Mr. Knott was state treasurer tenced to pay a fine of $50 and in I lanta, making his home with his wife corpus. to fishing in any of the lakes Losses to New Haven stockholdersfor

for nine years and has been the case of his younger brother, the- and child at the Keystone. I The hearing yesterday was long other than just such occurrences as the acts of their directors will

comptroller for two and a half years, odore, sentence was suspended dur- About 2 o'clock; )yesterday morningthe drawn out, starting about eleven that last evening. The ordinance range from $60,000,000 to $90,000000. ,-

having been appointed to fill the un- ing good behavior.Six Atlantic Coast Line train No. 82, o'clock and ending last night about against fishing in Lakes Lucerne and Suits to recover the money

expired term of the late A. C. Croom : negroes entered pleas of guiltyto due to pass Orlando going north at dark. Currie was represented by At- Eola was not passed on account of a should lie in some cases.

and elected two years ago. the charge of gambling and each 12:31, was wrecked just after leav- torneys Davis & Giles and Carl Robinson threatened extinction of fish, but be- Many of the transactions, charac-

When asked if he had anything to was fined $10 and cost. ing the Sanford yards, running into I of this city, while State Attor- cause thoughtless fishermen and boys terized violations of the laws of New

say in regard to the charge that the William Jones, colored, was con four steel coal cars which had been ney Cary D. Landis represented the kept the shores of the lakes contin- York, Rhode Island and Massachu-

railroad assessment in this county victed of grand larceny and got one carelessly left on the main line. The state, assisted by Attorneys Geo. A. uously torn up digging for baThe :,. setts and the federal anti-trust laws

had been reduced, Mr. Knott readily ,year on the county roads. train was in charge of Conductor J. DeCottes, of Sanford, and John C. swans are too valuable and have' been reported to the authoritiesof

explained the matter and his explanation The DeLaney embezzlement case B. Allen and upon leaving Sanford Jones, of Jones & Jones, of Orlando. beautiful to have them jeopardized by the states and the federal' depart-

shows conclusively that the was continued to the next term of had reached a speed of about fifteenor Considerable new evidence was introduced careless fishermen. Mr. Robertsondoes ment of justice.

charge was based on assumption court.B. twenty miles an hour when the and this new evidence prob- not believe there is a man in The depreciation of the Boston &

rather than facts.It F. Hopson, J. S. Tyner and M. collision' occurred. ably had no little to do with the decision Orlando mean enough to set a line Maine began when the "Mellen-Mor-

has long been the custom in V. Shirley the men charged with assault The train was an exceptionally of Judge Herrin that the evidence with the deliberate intention of injur- gan-Rockefeller management" came

t Florida to divide the assessment for with intent to kill' as a resultof heavy one, consisting of express,mail, was sufficient to bind the defendant ing these birds, but thinks it was into control

V terminals over the entire mileage in the hold up,of the Jones auto bus colored passenger, two white passenger over to the grand jury on the done thoughtlessly. John and the Billard

the counties where the terminals are when Hobson shot F. C. Kunze and I. and three Pullman cars. The charge of murder in the first degree, company L/Billard were merely agencies of the

located. The Atlantic Coast Line the Sylvester brothers, are scheduledfor pilot of the engine was demolished, which is not a bailable offense.At SENATE VOTES TO CONTINUEITS New Haven; Billard never used a
maintains extensive at San- trial this afternoon, but it is.. the tender driven into the cab, the MILEAGE GRAFT
shops the coroner's inquest at Oviedo dollar of his own money and burned
ford and these assessed,at doubtful if they will' come to trial express car almost completely
shops are the testimony tended to show that his books and papers. It was not the
$60,000. Prior to the division of Or- then, as it is not believed the large wrecked, the platform of one of the Bryan was struck by two bullets in Washington, July 13.-(Special.)- understanding of the New Haven
number of minor be disposed crushed and win- vote of 55 to 57 the senate today
cars was By
and the creation of Sem- cases can passenger
ange county the back of the head, but Dr. Miller board that he should take profits of
of that time. dows smashed in to continue its fight with the
by were nearly every agreed
inole this $60,000 assesssment was I I I testified yesterday that he had examined more than $2,000,000.All .
distributed the entire in The following jurors were drawn car. The engineer and fireman were house over the subject of mileage.The .
34 over mileage the body and found only onebullet the assets of the Billard
to for service at this term of the court: I saved by jumping when they senate wants twenty cents a mile com-
Orange county, amounting $500 wound, the other wound having belong to New Haven stock-
mile. the division theshops' E. Bloom, J. K. Swick, C. F. Ward, saw a collision was inevitable, and the house wants to allow but five pany
per Following been caused by a blow from some holders and a suit by the railroad
assessment is confined to Semi- Chas. Wattenscheidt, W. A. Wright, and the express messenger had cents.
blunt instrument or possibly result-
Billard and all those who
J. C. Calhoun A. Schultz J. A. Harris just left his Many of the against par-
nole county, and with the Coast Line car. ing from a fall. Currie admitted. in the transactions shouldbe
assessment at mile increase T. W. Mathews,.S. Bradick, JohnH. passengers were thrown from their altercation' BASEBALL RESULTS ticipated
$7,200 per an striking Bryan, during an maintained.
of mile is shown Miller, B. L Griffin and N. P. :. seats and badly bruised, but fortu-
$200 per over previous to the shooting, with a pistol -
of YowelL nately no lives were lost. The coal Federal League Dummy corporations and their use,
the
assessment last year. "knocking him about nine feet"According
An examination of the assessment cars were almost demolished and to Dr. Miller the one bullet Pittsburg 0, Brooklyn 1. which the report says were frequentin

rolls of the county shows that the COUNTY SOLICITOR WARNS VIOLATORS their burden of coal scattered along entered about the middle of the back Kansas City 3, Indianapolis 5. the New Haven, are condemned in
OF SUNDAY the track.A Baltimore 6-6, Buffalo 102. unmeasured terms.
total railroad is
assessment
$71,279 of Bryan's head and ranged almost
greater for.1914 than in 1913, despitethe CLOSING LAW wrecking train from Sanford: centerly through the head. Chicago 6-1, St Louis 0-5. The commission says it found most
was soon on the scene clearing I American League other interest was better
confining of the assessment forth Complaint having been made of recent away Two witnesses testified that Currie every repre-
shops at Sanford to the mileagein violation of Sunday closing laws, I the debris and in a few hours the advanced into the yard and fired at Boston 2, Cleveland 0. sented in the New Haven board than
Seminole county. I take this means of stating that track was made passable.Mr. Philadelphia-St. Louis; rain. the average stockholders.
least shot the
The follownig is the showing made these laws are on the statute books; Knight was en route to Haw- one after he at had Bryan fallen on fatally Washington 3, Detroit 0. President Mellen's dealings with

by Assessor Butt's books: that I have sworn to enforce the law thorne and was in one of the day ground, New York 0-3, Chicago 2-1. Former Police Inspector Byrnes of
wounded. All the details of the shoot-
1914 1913 to the best of my ability, and that I coaches asleep. The force of the collision National League New York in the Westchester rail-
brought out thoroughly -
ing more
w shall do threw him from his seat and were Chicago 4, New York 2. road transaction branded as
E. C. _____$ 93,618.00 $ 44,487.00A. concsientiously so, respect- than at the coroner's inquest at were
C. L. ___ 422,315.00 417483.00 fully soliciting the co-operation of broken glass flew all over him. In Oviedo. Pittsburg-Brooklyn; rain.CincinnatiPhiladelphia "corrupt and unlawful" The amount

T. & G. _____ 9,896.00 9,796.00S. the good citizens and business men of the excitement he did not feel his injuries ; rain. illegally expended should be recov-

A. L. _____ 231,393.00 214,177.00F. the county. but got out of the car as soon St. Louis 7, Boston 8. erable.
as possible, walking the track toward "SAN FRANCISCO" ONLY BALLOON Southern League
COUNTY SOLICITOR.THE up The purchase of Rhode Island trol-
Sanford to find out how the coal NOT REPORTEDz Memphis 7, Mobile 0.
-$757,222.00 $685,943.00Increase ley lines and coastwise steamshipswas
1914 over 1913, $71,279.00.1 WEATHER cars got on the main line, thinkingthat Atlanta 4-3, Birmingham 11. described as extravagant an'd
In order that there might be no : Florida: Local thunder showers perhaps it would be claimed they St. Louis, Mo., July 13.The "San Montgomery 5, Nashville 4. wastefulAll

further misunderstanding of the rail- Tuesday and Wednesday.New had run out of an open switch. He Francisco 1915," piloted by E. S. Cole Chattanooga 9, New Orleans 1.
the transactions the commis-
: of St. Louis today was the only bal- ,
examined the switch and found it South Atlantic League %
in this Mr.
road assessment county,
loon not reported landed in the na- I sion holds, were consummated with
locked that Columbus 3 Savannah 0.
magazines Watch tightly indicating through ,
Knott out the following state- day.
gave every the object of setting a complete
tional elimination which was be- up
race
Cosmopolitan for August carelessness of some of the yard men Macon 5, Charleston 3.
ment foryours. ,
: transportation monopoly in New Eng-
the had been left the main gun here last Saturday afternoon.The 9 Columbia 0.
"It would appear without an un- now on sale. Curtis & O'Neal, next cars on Albany ,
balloon was last heard from pass- Augusta-Jacksonville; rain. (Continued on page 8)
(Continued on page 5) postoffice.
s line.Mr.. Knight went to Sanford, and ing over Dahlgren, Ill., at 8 o'clock

going to a hotel retired, expecting to yesterday morning. It then had beenin

PARADE IN ULSTER continue his trip. However, he was the air fifteen hours. HUERTA WILL RESIGN NOT '

100,000 soon in so much pain from his inju- Of the seven which landed yester-

ries that he decided to return home. day six: had not covered 200 miles.

NO SERIOUS DISTURBANCEBelfast He was confined to his bed yesterday Their progress was hampered first by LATER THAN WEDNESDAY
I and last nightNEGROES the lack of strong air currentsatany
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altitudes- and later by terrific I I B. C. have also been dele-
leave I Washington, July 13.-Speciat-( powers
to us
Ireland, July 13.-(Special. -. unless they are prepared
ENGAGED IN BLOODY storms which the balloonists encoun- [ other foreign nations to con-
; (The state department was informed gated by
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.)-Today passed. off without se-I I[ alone we will recognize our provis- FIGHT SUNDAY MORNING tered miles' above the earth. I today by the Brazilian minister at vey word to the Unietd States and

rious disturbance :an of ional government and not any Other R. A. I'! that if Carranza
any part : A number of negroes were up be- "The Goodyear, piloted by Mexico City, who represents the the constitutionalists -
Ulster. This was probably owing to 1 government. fore the municipal court yesterday D. Preston, of Akron, Ohio, made the I United States, that Huerta will resign refuses to sanction the acts of the

the elaborate police protection pro- I I Similar celebrations on a smaller morning charged with fighting, and I best record of those reported down II not later than Wednesday, leaving Huerta government they will refuseto
I scale held throughout the prov- yesterday. Preston and his aide, M. i the Mexican government in the give the Carranza government rec-
vided in all places where trouble was were from their bloody appearance it was
expected. !, evident there was no mistake in the D. Tremellin, also of Akron, landedat ; hands of Francisco Carbajal, his newly ognition.The .
ince.The Constance somewhat more minister of af- attitude of the constitutionalists -
Ky., appointed foreign
!
The feature of the day was the only disturbance reported occurred charge. The row occurred at an early
1 than 300 miles from St Louis,;tin an :fairs.. Several foreign nations unoffi- has consistently been that they
march of 100,000 Orange men, amid at Londonberry, where a num- hour Sunday morning, following an I
th$ thunder of big drunfs beaten with ber of hoodlums gathered at Waterloo all night frolic, and pistols and soda "air line." :cially approached the state depart- will not in any way recognize the
Francisco" '!r-.ent asking it to obtain a statement Huerta regime as having ever been
took As soon as the "San reports -
loaded sticks, to Drumberg, where a place, where a fierce struggle water bottles were the principal wea-
in bad resulted from its landing the Aero Club of f rom Carranza as to what his attiude lawful, and will treat as null and void
monster celebration of the battle of place last year. They were kept pons. Some cuts
Boyne was held. Sir Edward Carson check today however, by the police, the interchange of bottles. One negrois America will begin at New' York com- j i I would be concerning foreign obligations every national action of the Huerta

made a fiery, defiant speech. "I have | assisted by national volunteers, while so badly beaten up about the face piling the official distances coveredby contracted and internal conces- government It was stated by one of

been given authority to act," he said, the Orange men's parade passed. The that it is difficult to determine whether each contestant. The pilot of the sions made by the Huerta regime. their representatives today that Car-
The A. B. C. mediators have been is to modify to the extent -
{ balloon which landed farthest from ranza willing
back froma
bullet
"and if necessary will do so withgrim mob, however, rushed through he was struck with a
will be United States' third enlisted by other foreign govern- of paying loans contracted by
St Louis
determination and without any streets and met the'parade at another small caliber pistol or stabbed in
regard for the consequences to point, but pickets drove them back. the forehead. If a bullet, the negro'sskull representative in the international t ments to present their insistence that Huerta which can be shown to have

self. I will tell Asquith's ovfm-I my- i I I A few shots were fired but no one stopped it and it did little dam I race to start from Kansas City next Carranza recognize the national obligations been used for the legitimate purpose
I+ I October. created by Huerta. The A. (Continued on page 4)
ment within a very short tine that wa hurt. age.
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Record Breaking Dollar Bargains. You can make your dollars'buy more at the YowellDuckworth store, than

i at any store in the city. Come and see the wonderful values we are offering. We quote a few of them here.


ji No such values-- ever seen in Orlando. Extra quantities will be sold at sale prices.



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! A beautiful Crepe Kimona, worth Beautiful new Felt Hats, worth 6 yards beautiful Crepe and fancy

$1.50, for . . .. . . .. .... .. . $1.00 $.')...00, for . .. .. .. . . .. . $1.00 2 quality pair Ladies, for .Hose. . .,. .regular. . . .75c. . 51.00 Voiles: for . .. ... .. . . .. . $1.00

A beautiful Silk Petticoat, all col 10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, yards Ratine, Voiles, Crepe and
ors, $1.50. value . $1.00 value, for. . .. . . .. .. . . . $1.00 A cheap good at solid$1.a_oak 0, for Dining. . . .Chair'. . ., $1,I .001 Rice Cloth, 50c value for . . . $1.00

i: 2 pairs 50c Ladies Drawers and one 12 yards of good yard wide Bleaching

25c Gingham Apron for . . .. $1.00 Misses and Childrens. Sandals. all$1 00 Suit$1.50 Casesregularprice$1.39and for .. .. .. .. .. . . $1.00 regular.13 l"_')c, for .. ,. .... 51,00
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sizes from to 5 years, . .. . : 11 Lonsdale, Hills and other
A jards
House Dress, worth
$2.00 splendid, for .. ... .... .. .. .... .. ... ... . $1 .00 Mens Pajamas, $1.'.)..a.. value, for .. $1 .UU A value good,. for Fiber. .Rug. .,. ..36\63. . ..',. .$1.50. .. . $, 1.00 brands of Muslins, for . .. . .. 51.00
2 good Shirt Waists, worth $1.00. 16 yards: of yard wide brown Sheeting

and $1.25, for.. .. . ... .. . .. .. 5 sac pairs value mens, for half Hose, regular. $1.00 5 value yards, for fancy. .Art. .. .Denum.. . .,..35c. . $1.00 8 l-')e value: for . .. ..: . . $1.00
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c worth 2 embroidery 79c each, trimmed for. .. ..Gowns. .. .,. $1 00 3 silk Four in Hand Ties"regular 10 yards of good Curtain Scrim, $1.00 35 full yards bolt good, . .Crash. ... .Toweling. .. ,... .,.a. $1.00
50c value, for . .. .. .. . ... .. $1.00 15c value, for .. . .. .. . . . .
An embroidery trimmed Petticoat, 20 yards good white Lawn, lOc
.worth $125, for . .. .. ... .. .. ... .. $1.00 5 beautiful Wash Ties worth 2ac'$1.00 61."ard"of25cFancyCreton: for. $1.00 value, for . .. .. .. .. ... ... $1.00
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4 pairs embroidery trimmed Draw$1 00 ..'. . ... .. . 51.00. 10 yards of Extra good India Linon
worth 39c each, for 1 00 $1 .a Garbage Cans, for 51 00
ers $ .
3 regular 50c Wash Ties, for . .. 15c value, for . .. .. .. .. ...
A beautiful Sofa Pillow, $1.50 qual
., 4 regular 35c short Petticoats, 1 00 Hats for men, regular $IaO .. .. .. . . . .. . 51.00 16 yards of Everett Gingham, lOc
for . .. .. . . .. .. ... ...... ... .. $ and $2.00 quality.00 ity, for + value, for . .. .. .. ... .. .. 1.00

: 2 each Ladies, for Union. .. .Suits.. . .worth.. .. .75c. . $1 00 3 mens for Shirts. .. . .,.regular.. . . .50c. ..quality. .:. ., $1 00 A dinier splendid, $1.98 Hammered value I for Brass. .. .Jar. . 51.00 1 good value I Bed, for Spread. . .,.large. .. .size... .,.$1.50. .. 51.00 ,

', 175c for and. .one. .50c. .. .Bungalow. .. .. . Apron. .., $1 00 5 pairs childrens' Hose or Sox, 25c $1.00 A worth 10 piece$1.50 set, of....Enamel. . .. ..Ware. . .., $1.00 8 yards of beautiful Voile, 20c 51.00
.0. value, for. .. . . . . . .. . value, for . . .. .. . .... ..
10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, 5 pairs ladies Lisle Hose, 35c value, . $1.00
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for . .. . . .. . . . . .. . .. $1.00 for. An Oil Mop, worth $1.50, for 15 yards of beautiful Organdie, 15c $1.00
Full size Cot Mattress, worth $2.00
10 pairs Childs Pants, 15c value, 3 ladies Silk and Lisle Hose, .. .. . .. $1.00 8 yards of Voile, regular 25c value
. pairs extra special .. . .
;} for . .. .. .. . . ... .... . ... .. $1.00rf 50c value, for . . .. . . .. . $1.00 for . . .. . . .. . . .. ... .. $1.00
A good Oil Cook Stove, $1.50 quality
Children Dresses, white and color$1 00 Ladies best silk Hose, $1.50 quality for .. . .. . . .. .. . $1.00 2 good Sheets, size 81x90, special
j ed, $1.50 value . . .. . for . ... .... .. .. .... .. .. .. S 1.00 for . ... . .. . . .. .. .. . . $1.00
A splendid Hammock, full size, :
5 large Gingham Aprons, 25c value n A 4 yards 50 and 75c and . . .. $1.00 16 yards of splendid Check Dimity
Embroidery . . .. .
for . .. .. . .. ... ... ... . .. .. |>1. All Overs, for .. . .. . . . . . X1.00 $1.50 value, for in white, 12 l-2c value . .. .. y1.00t
A Sewing or Card' {Fable, $1.50
' 6 bunches 25c Flowers, for . .. .. $1.UU $1.50, $2.00, and 2.50 Crepe and Qi AA value, for. . ... .... .. .. .. $1' .00 15 YardsofBookFoldDimitY' $1.00
Voile Flouncing inches wide. v*.v U . small check, 12 l-2c, for . .. . '
, A beautiful new white Hat, worth 5 35c and Ribbon All goods sold for Draperies during of check, full
g $2. O, for .. .. .. ... .. .. . $1.00 yards for .. .. .plain. . .. .. .fancy.. .... .. .. X1.00 this piece sale will be made free of charge. 10 yard)yards wide, 15c Pajama value, for .. ... . y.00

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Lot No. 1 all for $

is 3 cans V. C. Lye Hominy . . .. .1..0040c Lot No. 3 all for $1.00 Lot No. 4 all for 1.00' Lot No. 5 all for $1.00

2 cans Strawberry Beets :... ... .. 40c
3 cans Imported Sardines . . .. . 40c 1-1 lb Can Private Estate Coffee 40c f large can Calaf. L. C. Peaches ... 30c 5 pounds best Lump. Starch ... . 40c ;
2 cans Early June Peas . .. .. .. 30c 1 large can Calaf. L. C. Pears SOc 10 Cakes Octagon Soap. .. .. .. oOc25c
Lib ..
P 1-2 can )"S Asparagus Tips 35c .... . 30c 5 PKgs. Pearline . .. .. .-. .. . ..
$ 1.50. : 1 large can Calaf. Apricots
) Jams .. ... .. ... Sac
? 1 large can Calaf. L C. Cherries .. SOc 2 Pkgs. Celluloid Starch .. .. ... lOc

x Lot No. 2 all for $1.00.I Pint Bottle Welches Grape Juice 30c 1 large can Calaf. L. C. Pine Apple 25c 1 Bottle Blueing . . .. .. ... .. 5c

5 cans Early June Peas .75c 2 Cakes Ivory Soap . .. .. . .. ..t. lOc
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THE AMERICA'S FLIGHT machine heavier than air, a huge open air. He took up flying and laid -.
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tractor biplane, which could not have the sceme for crossing the Atlantic LOW r
Probably not since Noah looked alighted safely on the water was before Mr. Wanamaker. George E.
from the windows of the Ark for a planned. It was designed to start A. Hallett, who accompanies him, has '
dove winging over the waste of waters from and alight from the land, mak- been the private flying expert of H. llarnmond&Qore
with a green branch in its bill ing the flight of 1,854 miles from New- F. McCormick, of Chicago, John D. i Exduhlsoll r Rates t

has there been such intense interest foundland to Ashill Head in on jump, Rockefeller's son-in-law. He is a FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
concentrated on a pigeon as will be and placing all faith in the ability of loose boned youth of 24, from Southern -
shown within a few weeks in a cer- one 200 horse-power motor and a California. Neither he nor Lieut. From
Orlando
tain flock which will come one by one single propeller.But Porte is married. VALUES LOW PRICES

from: the broad Atlantic to the east- on a'trip: to Europe after his The America is 76 feet from tip $40.70 . New York, N. Y.I| COMPARE
ern shores of North America. These first stay here in the interest of the to tip of the upper wings and 46 feet i
sturdy feathered messengers will transatlantic flight, Lieutenant Porte wide on the lower wings. Her weight 53.10. Buffalo, N. Y.i
bring word of the progress of the was impressed with the giant aero- empty is 3,500 pounds and the gaso- 40.70 Philadelphia Pa. OUR FURNITUREWe
first attempt to drive an aeroplaneacross plane of Sikorsky in Russia, and T.I line and supplies for the transAtlantic 49.20. Chicago,111.
the ocean, a feat consideredin 0. M. Sopwith in England. From trip will add 1,500. She has car- provide the quality furniture.that has long
a class with those of the magic them he decided that the two engine, ried more than that in her trials, at 48.20 Detroit, Mich. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
carpet of Bagdad, ten years ago. ,two propeller idea was best. He be- one time taking up eleven men. 38.70 . Cincinnati, 0. standard of merit. If an article is here it is 0od.
It wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
Wireless equipment was found too came convinced that it was best to Her color is bright red, as Mr. Cur- 37.20 . Louisville Ky.
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this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stones
heavy for the America, so Lieutenant sacrific speed to safety and build a tiss believes this can be seen furthestin
43.45 SI. Louis Mo. of this business, and that means much to any bui
John Cyril Porte, R. N., will take with seaworthy boat with wings insteadof the air or on the water. Her body ,
him several carrier pigeons, which a land machine that would cer I i I is built on beautiful stream lines, of 61.30 . Denver, Col.
have been used to carry messages be- stopped'I I cedar, canvass covered, with an en- 95.20 San Francisco, Cal. McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK,
tween hotels in Philadelphia and New closed cabin which has '''windows at
will liberate these i 111.70 Portland, Ore. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church SI., Orlando Fla.
York City. He at % In the building of thd America the front and sides. I
4 different stages of his journey and the many new things had to be workedout. In the cabin is a place to sleep neatly Sold daily-.Limit October _
birds will each carry a quill full of Not a little was added to the I+ arranged, head under the aviator's 31st---Stop Overs.Atlantic '= _-
fnefcr to Rodman Wanamaker, the world's knowledge of aeroplane con- seat, feet between the gasoline tanks.
owr r of the America, in New York. struction by the experiments at Lake II I II So stable is the great flier that Mr. Coast Line -
As the hour when the America is to leave St. John's, Newfoundland, planes so she would rise satisfactorily:I II making repairs without danger of up- offers best routes and tmiMlimMniMIMMIMMIMMMMMMtlllOELANDO
draws nearer, the odds against the from the water. j I setting the craft. schedules.For .
success of the America's flight in the With his original plan for a machine I I The hull is fitted with six tanks
great insurance exchange of Lloyd's Lieut. Porte also discarded his containing 300 gallons of fuel, the information and reservation
in London grow less and less. Those first projected route. He intends to gasolene being pumped to a feed tank call on any A. C. L.
who have taken a stand against the divide the flight into three legs. t underneath the top plane between the Ticket
Agent, or
flying boat's reaching her destinationare The first is about 1,200 miles, and engines by a pump which the wind
hastening to re-insure at a higher will carry him from Newfoundlandto operates. J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone
rater! the Azores. In the Azores or West- I The cabin is fitted with instrumentsfor 132, Tampa, Fla.
Glenn H. Curtis, who built the ern Islands, he has three oil and gas- registering the number of propeller - - -- --
\ America at his works at Hammonds- oline stations-at Flores; Hortea, on revolutions, the height, the direction and Lieut. Porte wishes to do this by
port, N. Y., says it is possible and even -the island of Fayal, and Ponta Del- and several other things. The daylight Water & Light Co.
probable that the America can fly I gada. If forced to come down at question of reckoning is one of the The flying-boat's trip is laid between -
across the Atlantic, and he is a con- either of the first mentioned he will most serious with which the aviators two English ports and it is
cervative man, especially in making !take aboard the necessary suppiles have to contend. The compasses are I captained by a British subject. But
predictions about things in which he and fly on to Ponta Delgada, where 1 specially designed for use in a flying ;she will fly the flag of the United
has such a persona interest as this. John Callan will meet the America boat No iron or steel is used,in the I States and the pennant of the Aero Electricity
"If a flying boat gets off the water with a tug, plenty of oil and fuel, ex- interior cabin fittings, so as not to I Club of America. This is. because
at all she will fly indefinitely or as tra parts and all facilities for repairs. affect the magnetic needle. The control ':'she is an American boat, built in this
long as the gasolene lasts. he saida Here, too, Callan may take the placeof 1 wires are bronze. ''country and owned by Mr. Wanamakerwho
few days ago. "We know that this Geo. F. Hallett as Lieut. Porte's The start may be delayed until is an American citizen and a i Gas Water Ice
boat is strong enough, we know she companion in the America. August 5, when there is a full moon, member of the Aero Club of America.I .
+ will carry gasoline enough for more From the Azores to Vigo, Spain, is or it may be earlier. The weather I I I I
than hours. Lieutenant Porte about 960 miles. Here the Aero clubs Bureau at will
thirty Washington give special I I trio of meteors flashed across the
has estimated that he can fly the of Spain and Portugal will cooperatein care to letting Lieut. Porte know sky over Starke Tuesday evening at Office---No. 18 West Central Ave.
t longest leg of the journey in twenty expediting the flight The last legis when conditions over the ocean are 7:30 o'clock, lighting up the whole
hours, so we are on the safe side about 525 miles from Vigo to Ply- especially favorable. It was originally dome of the heavens. One of the me-
there. mouth, England. Bucking into heal planned to start at midnight, but teors was of unusual size and bril-
"Barring accidents, they will make winds, this may prove the most dif- now Lieut. Porte figures on leaving, liance and was accompanied by two Telephone No. 6"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDI'I'tll
the trip safely in the required time. ficult part of the journey. at dawn. This is because Govern- smaller bodies. After their disap- \
The greatest danger is a gale." Lieutenant Porte is an Irishman,31 ment pilot charts indicate that on pearance in the west, a low, strange
When Mr. Wanamaker announcedthat years old, 6 feet tall and 167 poundsin 60 to 65 per cent of the days at this rumbling was heard for several sec
he would have Mr. Curtiss build weight. He was thirteen years in season of the year, the ocean for onds. The phenomenon caused some
him a flier as an entrant for Lord the British Navy and several yearsin many miles around Newfoundland is alarm among the negroes and igno-
NortncliftYs $50,000 prize to the first submarine service, where ill health enveloped in a thick fog. It will take rant white people, who regarded it as
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man who crosses the Atlantic in a finally forced him to get out in the six hours to fly beyond the fog area an omen of evil.-Starke Telegraph.

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THE DAILY SIDELIGHTSBy HUERTA WILL RESIGN I TALKING ABOUT ORLAXDOOrlando's f

1k Florida Sentinel
( W. S. Branch) (Continued from page 1) I
city water will be fil
I tS MORNING AND WEEKLY We have just discovered why the of carrying on the de facto govern-
tered. And that will be
somethingto
[fOSUfl PEBRIS. Editor tad Owner. Pennsylvania railroad is so attractiveto ment, but will not pay any sums used
talk up to.-St. Petersburg Times.
the eye, with its miles of hedges to purchase supplies for the federal ,
; Entered at the pottoffite at Orlando. Flor
,pa. u Second Class Mwl Matter.SUBSCRIPTION and park. Forty-eight per cent of army or for the purpose of hindering'
the revolution.On There is no more summer dullnessin
I the stock is controlled by women.
RATES * all sides it is admitted tonight Orlando than in Ocala. There is
1atly,1 Year ......,..I................J300Dafly more building going on in that city
6 Months ......,................ 2.50 The wooden roof of Westminsterhall that this new phase of the situationis ANNOUNCEMENTOF
Daily, 3 Month .....i................ L25 in London, was recently repairedfor the most important question now than ever before.-Ocala Banner. ,
DaBy. 1 Month ......i................. .50
the first time in 500 years. If we facing the constitutionalists, tran- !

Wee b. 1 Year .....;................. 1.00 didn't have to mend things up any scending in importance the occupationof I Complaint is made that the plumbers' -
Weekly, 6 Months ..........?.?...... 7. Mexico The union demands exorbitant prices
oftener than that, we might be able City. mediators, as the
TO ADVERTISERS: to get ahead a little. spokesmen of all the foreign nations for work done for the city of Orlando,

r--- * besides the United States, are demanding as well as for work for individuals.
C.py for dbpla; and all ..her hand-cct that Carranza promise the Better invoke the anti-trust law.-
g nut.be handed ia at the bouneuf There are 8,729,592 telephones in
the Sentinel net later than 2 ,. B.Jmhlieation. use in the United States alone (not protection'of property rights, Gainesville Sun. EARLY FALLSTYLES
This rule applies ty to all engaged in the amnes-I
contract advertidnc; it U counting ours, which would make
win be strictly adhered to. but have and governmental recognition The citizens of Orlando express
8,729,594)), they put one over
us in Europe, with a wireless tele- I national legislations as issued by : themselves as highly pleased with
desiring The Sentinel disoon-
notify the office in writing nIt !phone between Paris and Brussels. Huerta. I r the "commission form" of govern-
upiration. otherwise it will be One constitutionalist said tonight ment. It is not ideal, but they thinkit
fat the regular subscription rates * !
that Carranza would not is much superior to the old system.
e to stop is received. agree to
It is said that in Khartoum, Egypt,
these demands and would inform the !-Ocala Banner.
a man may be fined $3 for every IN
JESDAY JULY 14, 1914. t
world that he did for
not care recognition -
msoquito found alive on his property.
of his government on such : The city commissioners of Orlando
Only millionaires could live on the
ut time for Harry Thaw to bob if terms. Carranza will not give Carba- have decided to publish the assess- .,
East Coast Florida should adopta
the front page once more.e similar statute. It would certainly jal any further' recognition than he ment rolls of the city, with the owner's READYTOWEARSUITS
o did Huerta and will only treat with name opposite the property as-
give the state real distinction.
United States navy will not him on the question of surrendering.This sessed. This will do more to equalize

Jy have to learn to fight but will It was officially announced by the assessments than all the tax commissions -
not
was so many years ago that
Ive to learn to drink water. Alaska was derisively called "UncleSam's constitutionalist agents here tonight.of that could be appointed in a andCOSTUMES
o -I Ij decade. The plan proved most suc-
refrigerator. Today the vast
.It. won't do to say a woman can'ta revenues from that "ice box" put the the Netherlands at the Panama- cessful in Tampa, the Sun is informed -

fTI secret in Orlando. "Hiram laugh on the other side. The revenue Pacific international exposition at. as each property owner thus

I gear kept hers for ten years. from the seal islands alone has been San Francisco next year. Two acres had the opportunity of comparing his
/ .___ 0 will be planted to these flowers andno own assessment with the valuation
( 'iU more than twice the sum paid for the
ing of_ the gubernatorial race, territory. doubt it will be a sight worth go- placed upon his neighbor's property.
i
( ;Till Knott it will not be Hud- ing miles to see. -Gainesville Sun.
r if it is Hudson it will not be 1
A traveler in the dining car of a
f. ,otte Georgia railroad had ordered fried "Kissing destroys the sense of A pet monkey, in Birmingham, Ala.,

.: 4\ 0 eggs for breakfast. "Can't give you smell," the scientists tell us. Sorry, ;caught the measles while playing 0

.- / M. Guerry heads his regular I fried aigs,' boss," the waiter informedhim Doc,'but you can't scare us into quitI I with a young man.Westinghouse .

fr morning'editorial "Turn on I I "lessen you wait till we stop." ting by such a threat as that. As :
/ight." Must have repaired that "Why, how is that?" "Well, de cook long as we can taste a kiss we're not interests in Pitts-
r the laundry masticated. I about burg are advertising for 10,000 men
particular it.-
/ so smelling
he says de road's so rough dat ev'ry (I
: o I Lakeland i iI ij ,: to fill strikers' places.
time he tries to fry aigs dey scram- Telegram. I IiillMMIIIHMMtHtMte
.-} When us old timers got married," I ble." I ,
.' marks an exchange, "we had to --' - -
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':- ike a chance, but in these days any I When six school teachers in Fresno -I I t -

\f fioung man can see what he is get- Cal., found it was going to cost ; T. F. HOURIHAN I C. DolivePhone :I '
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fto1 ing. I
$207 to install the new play apparatus >
i Licensed Plumber and
o on the school grounds, they got
A woman masquerading as a man together and did it themselves at a Sanitary Engineer J T U mY"
voted for years in Orlando, but total cost of $25. A little extra exertion Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
strange to say neither the city, coun- sometimes counts at a high Promptly Attended to.
ty, state or nation was totally ruined PHONE 629
per cent., but don't call on us in ; ty
T by her ballot. July, please. 106 Court Street : e
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'' Growers contend that the citrus The greatest tulip exhibit ever pos- I ORLANDO, FLORIDA I 248 or 355mimiMMMiiiininii.

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dry spring causing the bloom to fall, -
will be a part of the national exhibit : .
h : pnd that the report* of a big crop is ,.
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Y I The state---0--board of health is in TAKE YOUR KODAK FILMS TO &&ih7.

L deadly earnest in its fight againstubonic t
plague. Florida has too

y ports, where ships from alls i ROBINSON'S 0 Watkins Block
of the world discharge car-

s, to take any chances.o .
o I WE HAVE NO AGENTS

senate yesterday voted to cone "\ .
| the fight for the present rate of
age allowed congressmen andators. DEVELOPING-ANY SIZE TEN CENTS PER ROLL

i. The twenty cents a mile

ate was Established during stagecoach riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiirii iiirirriiiiiui

r days and the senate is reluctantto I .

give up such good graft, thoughthe I uniiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiMMtiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iMiiiiiiH
house favors a reduction to five :
cents a mile. The salaries of con- > '' KODAK FINISHING We Develop any size film 1!P.

gressmen and senators are none too ? Let us develop and print
large but they have the power to increase -
An photographer at head of cur KODAK DEPARTMENT
films. experienced C
them, and it would be more your
honest to do so than to endeavor to
continue an unreasonable mileage McE LHOY'S PHARMACYGive

rate.
y + o us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.

PRIMARY EXPENSESThe 'MIIIIIIMMIIIHII IHtlllllMMHHMMMMIMMMMMIMIMMMIIIIM '. .

fact that the state had to dig We have just received our First

down into the treasury for over$3,000to HiiMillllliiMiMtMlimiMMtMMIMimittililMMIMIIillMMIMtOMIIMM

pay the expenses of the recent primary Shipment of New York Conceptionsof

: is another argument that will .
t have with the
weight legislature,
r Paris Models expressed in beauti
when the repeal of that law comes
up.-Orlando SentinelBut
why? It costs the state much ful qualities of .
ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
more than that to conduct a general

election; and the general election is in the .
Commencement Da-an important event
not nearly so important to the state ChiffonBroadcloths
should
lives of young people receive some fitting mark
as the selection of the nominees.-St. of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the t e

$t Petersburg Times. occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of
{L We don't believe the statement that Jewelry?
; the state had to dig down into the

t treasury for any deficit The fund .
DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe
created by the assessments of the candidates We invite you inspection of "what

tt or their "filing fees"' as the direct the attention of relatives and friends to

!, law termed them, must have largely the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this will be1' ultra fashionable for the ,

{' exceeded the total expense of holdingthe store. From the most.inexpensive of this season's new .

primary election.-Tampa Times. est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia
. ; The Tampa Times is lacking information mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val- Coming SeasonDIOKSONIYES
I that has been published in ues and assortment.

t; nearly every newspaper in Florida. A visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno
" : The total expense which the state obligation to buy.T.U.Evans.

,( paid for holding the primary of June .

,t 2nd was $6,410.60. The receipts
from candidates for filing fees

;: amounted to only $1,686.40, but the
state's income was increased $1,795
by compulsory advertising in the

s campaign booklet, making the total

receipts $3,381.40. The deficit was,

therefore, $3,029.20.As K [ CO r
to the declaration the St. Petersburg ,

Times that the primary is the JewelerOPPOSITE 1
more important than the general

;l' election we agree, but not to the in3ference ,

that the state ought to pay DEPARTMENTAL TORt

i t \ the expenses of primaries. The primary POSTOFFICE t
is simply a family affair in the

f Democratic party, or any other party
that wishes to get in, and there is no EXPMtT RBPABKNG AND ENtttoHNG

7r., .... J reason why the people of the state I e
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THE TUNER" THEATREOpen : Of HART[ FAILURE[

ORLANDO, FLA. .GrilllliBUYS II

2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Had Been Summoned to the Orlando
1 Admission 5 cents 0
Sanitarium to See His Son
Mr. R. M. Hudson' left Monday for "MimiMiitMiMimiitfTODAY'S : Undergo OperationN. "(\ 1 II

Charleston, S. C. t A llen'
PROGRAMJoker. uul 11 nl
y Mrs. W. H. Story leaves today for I AND SELLS J. Patrick, whose home is about s"f

Atlanta, Ga., to visit. Comedy. "Mike and Jake I II four miles west of Orlando, in what
Mr. Brush Walker left yesterdayon REAL ESTATE I Join the Army." is called the Patrick settlement, died
suddenly Sunday night at the Orlando D " -
a business trip to points in Geor- : Gold Seal "The Unsigned Agreement -
gia. ," in two parts, with Francis sanitarium, where he had been summoned
Ford and Grace Cunard. to see his son who had been

Miss Mary Guernsey leaves today 600 acres south of Winter Visit the Favorite, where you can injured during the afternoon in a ball Show Us Your Watch
for Eagles Nest, N. c., to spend a Garden and west of see Universal pictures at five centsto game. He came hurriedly to the hos-
few weeks. all. pital and after climbing two flightsof
Fobs -PLEASE !
Mrs. James Magruder will entertain Gotha, including 10 acre stairs entered the son's room and -

the Young Matron's Card club orange grove. The en- without speaking dropped into a
Summer is the time for
this afternoon.Mrs. OVER THREE MILLION rocking chair and began to gasp for you
tire tract covered with V to have a fob we have one in .
breath. He was dead before ,
Austin Hale and little daughter a phy-
of Palatka, are the guests of Miss yellow pine timber. Two f Continued from page 1) sician could be summoned.The our assortment that will

S Berta Branch. miles of lake shore. derstanding of the situation that the boy, Herbert Patrick, had been please you.
valuation of the main stem of the engaged in a ball game during the O
Miss Marie Floyd has returned
A. C. L. in Orange county had been afternoon and while catching behind OurVateh Chainsare
from Quitman, Ga., where she has
i MMIMMMMMIIIiliUM reduced when as a matter of fact the the bat without a mask was struck
been on a visit. value has been increased. by a foul ball in the forehead. The the best made, we can
Dr. F. C. Boardman returned Sun
SUNDAY SERVICES AT THE "The facts are as follows: blow was a heavy one and caused a furnish kind want-
any you
from Rochester, N. Y., where he
day
BAPTIST CHURCH "For several years previous to slight fracture of the outer skull. those with
went to attend clinics. 1914 the main stem of the A. C. L His brother, William, brought him to 20 year guaranteeare
modest in
Mrs. J. A. P. Lane expects to leave from Jacksonville to Port Tampa was i the city and when it was found that a very price.
tomorrow for St. Louis, to spend the Sunday, July 12, was the first anni- $7,000 per mile, except in certain I Ii slight operation was necessary his '

balance of the summer. versary of Rev. Edward T. Poulson's i counties along the line where addi- parents were sent for. Mr. and Mrs. Allen & Co.

Captain J. A. Harris, one of Win pastorate at the Baptist Church and tional values were ,added on account Patrick arrived at the hospital about ii ,

ter Park's prominent citizens, was in Sunday morning preliminary to his of terminals. eight o'clock, and ascending to the
the city on business yesterday. sermon he spoke briefly of the work "For many years the value of the third floor entered the room in which JewelersPrompt

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Abernethy and during the past year. Among the terminals has been distributed on the the boy was lying.

family, who have had apartments at many things that have been accomplished mileage within the respective coun- Mr. Patrick had been in ill health U Repairing.
Oak Lodge, left Monday for Shelby he spoke of the one hundredand ties wherein the terminals existed, for some time and it is supposed die
Springs, Ala. thirty-one additions to the church. for the year 1913 the value cf the excitement together with the exertionof Everything Guaranteed

Judge J. H. Bell and sister, Miss Also a number of improvements in a .A. C. L through Orange county was climbing the stairs caused his already -
material way; but the most gratify- at mile weakened heart to fail. The
Jeffie Bell, of Ocala, spent Sunday placed $7,500 per $500 per
Miller ing of all was the demonstration of mile of this was on account of shops funeral will be held sometime today,
with Mr. and Mrs. Lee on East
the Spirit of Christ among the peo and other terminals at Sanford. The the hour to be announced this morn-
Central avenue. ple. He said he had never spent a same having been distributed on the ing, and dependent upon the arrivalof
Mrs. H. A. Vivian and daughter,
more pleasant than this one in
year mileage through the county as then relatives summoned from St. Petersburg -
Miss Eileen, left Monday for Saluda, Orlando or labored among a people existing. and North Carolina.Mr. .
N. C., to spend the remainder of the who evidenced of lb.
a greater spirit
"For 1914 Seminole county gets all Patrick was about 46 years of .
summer months.Mr. prayer and dependence upon God the Sanford terminals distributed on age and is survived by his wife and .1:10. .

George Wygant has returnedto than his present congregation. With' mileage within Seminole county, partof four children, the two sons men
his home at Tampa, after visiting this condition he says the possibilities I it being on main stem but mostlyon tioned above and two daughters, Mil-
with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Myers ont of the Baptist church are almost the side tracks in Sanford. So dred and Clara, and five brothers. |HHMMtllIHMHttllMtitMimMIIIIIIIMIHMMAlaska

East Jackson street. limited. Following these remarks un-I this $500 per mile is necessarily taken Herbert Patrick is not as seriously 1

Mrs. B. Beacham, Miss Ehrman, delivered his usual sermon, using from the valuation in Orange as now injured as was' at first feared and jmfllJnpflfrJ
Misses Norma and Berta Beacham, a subject "Turning Aside to See." In I constituted, it being added to the val- will be out in a .short time.
Miss Mary Rock and Mr. Mac Tall- this age of commercialism he says it.i ues in Sanford within Seminole coun-

man motored over to Eustis Sunday. behooves us as individuals and. ty, it being on account of Sanford

Miss Ethel Cooper left Monday for churches to "stop and consider or toj I properties as before stated the main MYSTERIOUS T[ AlOR[ W MAN 010[ RefrigeratorCall
"turn aside, so to speak, and see
line flat increased in
Jacksonville, where she expects to sail mileage was. II
today on the Clyde Line for New what opportunities God is offering us 1914 over 1913, $200 per mile, makingthe YESTERDAY MORNING i ii and see it. Will sell cheap for cash.
and what he requires at our hands.
value whereas the
York city, later going to Riverton, $7,200, figures
N. J. There were two hundred and twen- would have been only $7,000." i I i

Mr. L. L. Payne has returned froma ty reported in the Sunday school. Mr. Knott said the railroad assess- After posing as a Man for Many I White Rose GoodsJust

short stay at Hendersonville, N. c., The Baraca class and men's Bible ment of the entire state had been increased Years I Woman of Mystery Diedat

where he left Mrs. Payne and Miss class showed considerable increase, this year proportionatelywith County Home : received another shipment of those
due to the "men to Sunday school" the increase in assessment of I
go ,
Ruth Isaacson to remain for the rest famous from Seeman Bros. New
of the summer.. movement. other property, the increase amount- The final chapter in the mysterious : goods ,
4 ing to more than three and a half life of "Hiram E." Calder came to a York.
Mrs. J. E. Turner and Mrs: M. L.
million dollars. close yesterday morning about nine I
The air street last
on Washington
Mitchell left Monday for their homesin J
o'clock at the County Home, the w'a
Atlanta, Ga. They have been the evening was laden with sweet per-
GEO. ALLEN KILLED WILDCAT man who had passed herself off as a
fume from the blossoms of the :
guests of their sister, Mrs. J. Sims, night THE SANITARY GROCERY
which YESTERDAY AFTERNOON man for so many years, answering to !
blooming ceres, were bloomingin
for the,past few weeks. i
the yard of Mrs. M. E. Weeks. The :Mr. George Allen was exhibiting a the death summons. She passed away
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Happersett, Miss without giving explanation of her CARUTHERS & GOREPhone
blossoms are not only very fragrantbut large wild cat on the streets last any i
Guilda Happersett, and, Mr. Cyril most beautiful to look at, but the night, which he killed yesterday afternoon reasons for posing as a man, and no I I
Happersett left Sunday in their automobile sad part is that each blossom only near the Dr. Phillips' place reason has been advanced. other than 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
to tour to Hendersonville,
up lasts for one eveningThe about one and a half miles west of mere guesswork.
N. C., where they expect to remain
town. Mr. Allen was at work when Not even the closest associates of r
until fall. Baptist Sunday school will he heard his dogs in the swamp near- Calder suspected that she was a woman CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L Griffin and son, give a picnic on Thursday, July 23rd. 'by and went to them expecting to finda her actions being decidedly mas-
Mr. Luther Griffin, were in town ,The Seaboard Air Line will run a spe- coon, but a well directed shot culine at all times. Instead of avoid I FUNERAL DESIGNS

i Monday from Ocoee. The latter, whois ,1 cial train to Apopka for fifty cents brought down a wildcat. ing the company of men she always 1II"'IIIIIIIIIII'III"IIIIIIIIIIIII'I"I""IJII"
connected with the inspection and for the round trip. There will be con The cat measured about four feet acted naturally with them, talking intelligently -
bureau of fire insurance in 'veyances to meet the train and transfer and
rating from tip to tip and his well filled and upon many subjects
Tampa, is on a visit to his parents, I the picnickers to Wekiwa Springs I rather pretty coat of fur indicated greatly enjoying the gatherings of I II 'l'I""IIIII"I"I"'IIIII'II"I"'I"'II'ltt"GRAND
and he and Mrs. Griffin left on the at a reasonable amount, thus ena- I that he was not suffering from depri- I men where stories of all kinds are '
train for Powder Springs Ga., bling all who go to have the oppor- ) the chief amusement not to
noon vation of the good things of life, failing VIEWNewest
tunity of doing so at a small I .
for a short vacation. very having very likely enjoyed frequent contribute her part.

Messrs. Julian and Douglass Sad- expense. feasts of rabbits and possibly stolen I As a man she registered and voted

ler, sons of Mr. J. H. Sadler, of Oak- The residence of Dr. P. Phillips, on domestic fowl. Doubtless he had just I in Orlando a number of times, being
land, accompanied by Mr. Y. J. Allen Lucerne Circle, is to undergo extensive I enjoyed a good meal, for he evidently I perhaps the first woman in Floridato

of Atlanta, will leave today in improvements. A fifteen foot climbed the first tree after the dogs exercise the franchise.The .

their Ford car for Colorado Springs, piazza will be built across the entire i got on his trail instead of trusting I. body of the woman will be and most up-to-date hotel in
where they expect to spend the re- front of the house, from which will to his speed for a while, as these an- buried by the county, Undertaker
mainder of the summer. The trip rise massive columns. The plans imals ordinarily do. Hand having charge of the funeral. Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
will doubtless be one .of much inter- were drawn by Mr. P. Hutton and

est, and friends here will eagerly when the work is completed, making Eat what you want. LOUGHMAN BALL PLAYERS Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
await news from the travelers.For many other improvements, Dr. Phil- ''I Eat all you want. COMING THIS AFTERNOONThe .
lips will have one of the most beauti- Take For sale a postscript by all durggists.and forget it. Loughman baseball team will Valley. One of the finest views in Wes-

the news, read The Sentinel ful homes in the city. l-T-d&w-lyr arrive in the city this afternoon and
: will be quartered at the Orland hotel tern North Carolina. Open July first.

They will bring eleven players to face
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(
.- Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day afternoons. The Palatka team is

not expected until Wednesday morn- MRS. J. R. McFADYEN

ftCRNTODAY ing, twelve players being expected.I ,
They will also stop at the Orland.
I
6.20d&CANTON, N. C.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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YOUNG LADY of 16 wants to do I
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general housework in good home. .
"Shorty's Trip to Mexico," that thrilling two reel Information at Sentinel office.

: Broncho feature FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine $#JP'. t'. JrJ

fence posts. See L N. Lewis, 406S.
"The Bracelet," a one reel Reliance East street. 7-14-lmo
The Pen That CAN'T LeaK

DYNAMITING done in all its branches.
-
"His Enemy reel Princess
a one .
I Moore's Non-Leakable fountainpen
A Clearing land is our specialty.The original

LUCERNE DAILY NEWS. Let us do your work. Estimates is the one always satisfactory, under
cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S.
ill conditions. Out of over a hundred sold
East street. 7-14-lmo
That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away by us in less than a year, all with an unlimited -

again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. FOR SALE-20 acres, on a clean guarantee only one has been return.*
clear lake. Good land, all improved.Five .
I ed, and it was replaced by the manufacturers -
outbuildings.
First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents Close room in. Must house be and sold by owner in I without question. A pen with such a

30 days. Reasons for selling. Address .record is worthy cf your further enquiries. ,
|j 8 To-morrow night is laughing night. Children under A. B. care Sentinel 7.14.3t


i twelve free. Eat what you want W. S. BRANCH,
Eat all you want.
Take a postscript and forget It.

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pen All Night Notice of Lost, Wanted. For Sale Far
Bent, ete.. for this eolpmn. 25c for one dar,' ML AIR LUMBER COMPANY.
; iOe for three dm or $1.00 for ODe week for
Z5 words or leu. Money must aeeezcpany
the advertisements for this column U no
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FOR SALE ORLANDO
Nursery stock, one, two, three and i
four year old buds; Foster Early,
For the convenience ol the public we will keep Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
ington NaveL Address Mrs. M.Kahle
t our drug store open all night. An experienced Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection limeHliKiiiiiiliWWHHWi'i'li'KWi'i'KB

druggist will constantly be :in charge. \VE NEV-
FOR SALE
ER CLOSE. "
Georgia peaches, wholesale or re- +
tail. Fresh every day. Also have
PROMPT, DEPENDABLE, COURTEOUS 1 fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, at Statement of the Condition of the
King's grocery store, 47 West Church

street. The Georgia Man, Orlando Bank & Trust Co.,

FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare
bargain; recently completely over- Orlando, Fla.,
hauled and made good as new in every
part; guaranteed first class con- At the Close of Business June 30th,1914. ,
dition;. must be sold at once, even at

The CITY DRUG STORE j i iJ. Rock sacrifice.Poultry Come Farm, or, Leesburg address,, Fla.White RESOURCES.Loans .

4.23-tf and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36 IT '

J. L. DEAN, Proprietor. Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34

: WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Stocks and Bonds . . . . . . . . . . 26,018 33
; Orlnildo, Florida ; J in good condition, for Victrola and Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
records. Piano may be seen at For- Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
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Fla.
$724,185 88
WANTED-Couple to live on country LIABILITIES.
MINUTES IN MANHATTAN rage of course, and there was an "in- Call address 400 West
place. or ,
Il I I vestigation". Central avenue. Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

By Gotham Knickerbocker. II I i I, "Bang!" Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

I l I This time in the middle of the night. WANTED-Automobile, five or seven Re-Discounts . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . None
f Many W the more nperamental, passenger; must be cheap for cash. Bills Payable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None ,
Yak July 13.-When in Rome
Romans do. When in New tenants troop to the fire escapes in lando Give ,full Fla.description. Box 93 7-9-3t, Or- Deposits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47

I'pajamas and what nots. .. Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
throw bombs. That is the only
I WANTED PARTNER, with an auto-
I Windows in the basement
positively
.to keep even wth the game. A mobile, for an engineering proposi-
Yorker must get acclimated to broken and by an Italian bomb. tion. Good profits. Address B. J., $724,185 88

mbs and bomb throwing, bomb fac- I I One woman whispered to me with care Sentinel. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48

ries and premature explosions. You tears in her eyes she considered it as DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy Reserve required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
ay not believe this because you don't much a disgrace as to be plagued sewing of all kinds, and work ready -"

eve> in New York, but let me remark with that widely disseminated human when promised, at room No. 6, over Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
here that the center of the bomb companion of the night season, whichone I Estes' drug store. Misses Keen &
right never names but frequently pur- Baldwin. Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
hereabouts is the marble and
zone sues. WANTED-Position in Deposits on June 30, 1914! . . . . . . . 582,669 49
gilt police headquarters, home of a as nurse con-
Just at finement cases, general nursing or
cthound anti-bomb enthusiasts, atd' present we are awaiting
ntre and Broome Streets, and there Bomb No. 3. This is bound to be a housekeeper.515. Best references. Phone 7-8-5t INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,91148 }

good one, I am assured by expertson
exalted home
no palace so nor so the subjecting LOST-One two year old bay colt, The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors'to
-3' that the bomb, like the use- to the police records slightly weighs about 1,000 pounds. Any persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
C\less Christmas gift is unknown. more information kindly notify this office.
ing to the jolice records slightly more 7-11-lw treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
,-:1 A I live in an elevator apartment much than 100 bombs exploded in Greater Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
: 11'r better than I can afford on Washing safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
New York. I can assure you this is FOR RENT
:. ,W ton Heights and I congratulated my-
:r a gross underestimate. It does a hmfrM I t IIJIIIIIIIIOI.IIIIIIII.III..I. *&*
" that the altitude too FOR '
.self was great great injustice to the latest metro- RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear HMOMmtMOIiMMIIilllMiMIHItlllttitCMMMitetHUOSTEOPATHY +
-';; : v:for bombs. But I was self deluded. W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney
politan pastime. Bomb throwing is south. of Mrs. Stev-
street, Inquire
-J New York houses
apartment are,
,the greatest gift which the men from enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. I I IHOMMOMIIimilMiM<
should be, celebrated for the most
or
i Trees .1
sunny Italy have brought to the West- Griffing's
:-i. 'extreme luxuries and the most atrocious Shoe Repairingby
ern world and it should have a fair FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Results I
,. crudities of civilization on the our store at No. 9 W. Church street. Give II
show. month the
Every police finally
;face of the twentieth century earth. Come in and we will show you. Pierce DR. J. C .HOWELL Order ROSES and ARBORVI. I PARCEL POST
;
crush the "bomb trust", discover and your
1Ft One of the most highly amusing bring to court the central factory of Electric Co. 3-29-tf Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow. I -
E all metropolitan bomb throwers, and TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- ( Men's Half Soles, 7scto8sc
he purchase of ice. Ice is like chew- arrest and extract confessions from ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Telephone connections GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne Ladies' Half'Soles, 60c to 75c w
g gum and almond chocolate bars bomb planters by the dozen. But the 4-26-tf Office cor. Orange and Central Area. reason: I I Children's Half Soles, sOe to 750

Manhattan, dispensed everYwhere. people's diversions cannot be wrenched DR. F. C. The Griffings are the best and Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oo
BOARDS
e one has spoken of an "Ice from them so easily. Bomb throw- MISCELLANEOUS most experienced propagaters I Heels Repaired, 2c
I could never find this benifi- - in the state, and one or more
ing can be no more uprooted in New KOlArfFlLMS developed at loTcents DENTISTBoardman All work returned in 24 hours.
of the five are always on the
nstitution. If it is still strug- York than can playing base ball in per roll. No local agents. Robin ground. i Ordt/s without remittance returned -
along it has my moral support. the street. Both are demanded by son's Studio, Watkins block. 7-11-tf Building C. 0. D.Ve pay
all the ice I 'could ever locatein W, H BROKAW I return postage.
our citizens and we have them.
must Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
the possession of certain Calans One never "makes an attack" on a is the kind you want. Where to get Office Hours: Salesman
and Sicilians with wide grins political opponent these days. One it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. 8:30 to 12.10 130 to 4:00) Grapefruit and Orange Trees i A. Hanson

d large earrings, who dwell in cel- "throws a bomb into the enemy's Entrican. 120tfWe Telephone 540. East Pine Street
rs and are uniformly named "Joe". camp"-see newspapers. And thereis insure your life and loan you -- - 19 '\
The "J oes" had a monopoly of our much to be said for bombthrowing.It money on real estate at 6 per cent NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet I Who is your painter and decorator! t ORLANDO - FLORIDA
ppartment There was sharp rivalry does not kill interest Guarantee Life &; Loan Co., potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. If you are satisfied keep the one you .... .rr..IIII.I.' . .
nearly
so Fla.
many per- Curry, Building, Tampa, -- -
Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, -
between them, but it never took the sons as foot ball. It does not induce 325d&wtfDon't Co.. Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf No. 636. 1-20-tf Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf

form of price cutting. There would fatty degeneration of the heart if ___ __ __
wait for one in town to - -r. -

i r come. a heavy buzz at the dumbwaiter. It one takes later its takes devotee up into a sedentary the open life.air you have try.Entrican Am ,too the every busy painter to look, before you III I ! ffllll fffi i IH \' \\\fl\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ \ \ \ \\\\\\\1lt\\t"t" '" \ \\" \

-c {t "This is the ice man. Any ice today and makes him quick witted and resourcefuL up. Phone 636, and I will be on the

!" It is a simple pleasure, job. 1-20-tf IT'S TIME TO TAKE UP THE "HOUSE
"Yes, Joe, ten cent piece." not leading to drink, drugs or degen- 1111111111111111111111111IFor .
A few minutes later another buzz eracy. It is comparatively cheap and I

at the dumb waiter and up would easy to learn and it can be taken up

come, a pitiful little chunk wiggling by old as well as young. What the SaleOR


weakly ing'ts last dumb-waiter back legs that and and forth one so thrust on obviously the is creak-hasti-on ing Fourth Fourth is now.of lasted July The about once unsafe was 125, bomb years and throw-beforeit insane : f FURNISIIIN6 R I 1 6 1)QUESTION) [ IN S REAL[ l lI


ly into the refrigerator for fear it was devitalized and perhaps it will
I
might die in transit. "Ten cent piece" take as long before the reformers will EXCHANGEFive

meant that amount which a tenth of be able to convince our heterogeneous EARZEsz
A a dollar would buy at the current retail population it is an unsocial act Room House, built

price for ice. So the cry if one to blow up habitations with bombs. of cement blocks 24x36,
{ stopped to reason. Few did that. Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

One shouted: Rubber Stamps made to order at Cartright shingles, two delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

"Give me a decent piece of ice this Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. lots 100x150, some young find what want at prices that are reasona-
Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, San- pleasure to just you
S' tUmq Joe, that last was terrible."'' .ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices. peach, orange and grape- ble in sense of the word.
Then would come up a fairly respectable 519tf. fruit trees. Driven well every

piece with profuse Neapolitan I feet. 11 111111111111111..IIIIIIIIII ( .. .I.IIIIII.1111111111.111111..
S apologies but the next day ice 'If you want your bicycle fixed in 200

would be back to its old basis. a Shop.hurry take it to Warman's 12-5-tf.Repair Address CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you ito

a Then something dreadful happened.Our .
superintendant-Janitor is now T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Box 424, purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense of join

obsolete-went about denouncing the 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf ing clubs, or other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
any
"J oes" as thieves and all the tennants Kissimmee Florida

E: were so wrought up that they finally feature to you.
k consented to take ice from "Mr. John" 6SimMMMMIIillMIMMIMIIl
thus the regular style of the New . '. 1II
Sale
i For
York appartment house superintendent.
The "Joes" were barred from
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the basement where they had flourish WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

S ed 52 weeks in the year among the | Modern 8-room AND DO ALL KINDS OF
fleet or dumb-waiters; and "Mr.John'! Kincaid l Snowden
OPTICAL REPAIRING
: started his service of ice, giving per- ; | House 2 doors
? haps slightly fatter hunks than die
the Calabrians, but generosity is char : west of Wyoming "

prises.acteristic of new merchantile enter ii Hotel. Bar- 4., Furniture of Characterat

..,
"Bang!"
Our dreams of being outside the gain. Prices.
Popular ....... .
S Ney York ,bomb zone were rudel ,
k DR. L H. RAMSDELt-
shattered. Considerable smoke wa
.: .;1 issuing from the basement'and scout ; A. L. Bentley, OPTOMETRIST Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando; Florida ;

ing parties told us that Mr. John''department (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Latins)
of ice was wrecked. W \ \ 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE

't all informed the police, it was an out. "lllllllltllatIICltOltl .: ORLANDO, FLORIDA I ; \ -\ \" " " " " \" 1HIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIM :::


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We have a fine Chef and serve the best
MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR
FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town.

Condensed Specifications ,"

Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast i Rooms with bath 100.
t en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12-
for and board the
i Special rates room by
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter
elliptic;. front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week
.. gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver \
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: I
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side 1
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.
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PARIS AND RETURN IN ,; Fare 3 22 FOR SALEAT

SEVEN HOURS DAILY BETWEEN
BUFFALO A- THE MARKET
London, Eng., July 11.-The aero- IEVELAND
plane race from Hendon Paris and

back today was won by Walter L. IL __ -BARGAINThree Of Cleanliness Of Quality i
.
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Brock, the American airman, who recently
Tarried off the aerial derby
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
.. round London and the London-to- ten acre tracts on

Manchester air race. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" Orlando and Kissimmee road, FISH AND GAME
Brock arrived at the Hendon aero- I
Length 500 feet;breadtt 98 feet,6 IncliCT;510 staterooms and parlor. accommodating 1500: pameni only two and one half miles
drome here at forty-eight minutes f"* Creator in cot-larger in all proportion*richer in all appointment*-than any tteauer va I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Inland waters of the world.; la semce Jane 15th. from the office Orlando.
four o'clock, having taken exactly i post ,
past
Magnificent Steamers"SEEANDBEE""Gty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
three hours and a half to fly Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND I Will sell one or all. The I
-Mar it to Dec.i.t
from Paris. The total duration of his and pure.
4 LeaToBoCilo 9:00 P.II. Leave Cleveland 900P.M. price will double when the
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a double journey was seven hours and Arrive Cleveland 7.30 A.)1. Arrive BufUo: 7JOA.M. ( i.
three minutes.On (Eattern Standard Tune) brick road is laid. Other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Cemeetioaaatae.e1andforPet4a.EaToledoDetroitandanpoiataWee mdSomhwe t.Rilro.ddsketi
his arrival Brock received a reading between Buffalo and Cleveland are good for transportation oa our steamer small tracts for everything in the Meat line
Ant roar ticket agent tot ticket TiaC&B.Li e. Write M for handaoiae illustrated booklet free. grove purposes -
great welcome from the huge crowd THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland O. at buying values. Also I
assembled in the aerodrome.On .
the outward trip Brock Handed desirable groves and city The PARLOR MARKET i

at Hardelot near Boulogne, and after property at prices that com-

taking ued his a flight fifteen to minutes Paris. rest contin- mand attention. H. M. Self & Co.

Lord John Carbery, an English air-
man, and Raoul C. Garros and Eugene Cooper & Atha: PINE STREET
Renaux, two Frenchmen, closely
followed Brock, Renaux carrying with Phone No. 80
tIC South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
him a woman as a pasesnger. J/ j .
\ Brock's flying time from London to Phone No. 311
Paris was three hours, thirty-three
minutes, Carbery's three hours fifty- -
two minutes, and Garros, four hours, Just arrived car load I :t.,Jt .a.'.... ,'"" 111 11111 III "lit IlilllilllililiillllliilHiittW.
five minutes.
Brock started on his return journeyto FORDS for immediate -

London at 1:18 p. m.

MRS. CARMAN GOES OVER TESTIMONY delivery.Get M. SLEMON& I

WITH ATTORNEY yours nowF. .


Mineola, N., Y.," July 11.-Mrs. G. RUSH, II .
*
Florence Conklin Carman, in jail :.
here charged with the murder of Mrs. I Phone 226 New Goods Arriving DailyWe

Louise Bailey, was engaged today in
4 going over the testimony given at the

coroner's inquest with her attorney, '. .
George M. Levy. She was much more
cheerful, having completely recov-
I
ered from the collapse she suffered
the morning after her arrest. Mrs. sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.

Carman has aided him considerably
made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
her attorney said, in analyzing the
testimony which caused her arrest. I Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen: and Towel
The evidence in the case will be
presented to the grand jury on Tuesday I Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.

according to present plans. t! Co. Best place in the city to trade.

Catching the fever of progress
which has claimed so many victims in l 1d
Lee county lately, the little town of
Alva, about twenty-five miles up the W.M.: SLEMONS
river, is soon to be the scene of important -

devlopment, says the Fort t
Myers Press. A board of trade is in ORANGE AVENUE

progress of organization, about five
hundred town lots will be placed OD ,a nly? .. 1II11.I.I.I.ft< .

the market and definite plans are nov; p
making for a steamboat line between rl . ,1,11" .
Alva and Boca Grande, and a railroad !PtH IUiNI'.tttntttttttintnntnttioIl
I from Alva to Punta Gorda.-Punta "
Gorda Herald. : ; " " " " ; ; ]| |( | I L[ Pfljj\ \\ t.'mmmmsmummni

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OPEN ALL NIGHT t..11 1111411 II

Low Round Trip RatesFROM HMHIMIIMIM"Starve
The City Drug Store is at your service -
both day and night. Prompt, JACKSONVILLE
dependable, courteous. tl the Ply"That
5t.1e.. . $37.75 cw,. . su.50 Ci.cia..ti . $3300
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. .7S Lsaimlls 31.50
D..m. S8.fSt. Fail - 5
First class Brazing a specialty al I! I C.I.rad.Srriots SL5D.W . CUI KaottiB . 21.40
Warman's Repair Shop O' Court St II I Sak Lake CQ 71.M Woaipet . 76.7 EnamOs . 32.25 should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
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l !tf. i TtQmtoMPsrtbsd . 10C.OO 7S.II Tsrsstt Mntrts . 4UO 55.45 IsdUaapofis frtllcll Lick . 35.20 35.30i swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.

I Setttk .... W.0I Subscribe for the Sentinel UtAiteletSal FraKitM.. .. 8J.SO BofiaU .. .47.40 CLisUiHiu . 47.40 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
I GIaciar Park ITS Katfan Fife 47.40 Haaaoth CaTt 30.90
,Canada,Minnesota time and properly cooked.
California
Colorado
Low rates ts other points In
,Michigan,the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountain Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
( low rates from other points in the State. the and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
Therefore "Starve Fly"
i 1 i Tickets on sale daily yntil September 30. Return limit Oct 31. grime.
SUMMER TIME IS when the fire would not burn and things
VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough
z 11 P LAKE COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
FLY TIME >r / I Coins through St.Louis returning through Chicago Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
OTTkeTena. Liberal stopovers oa all tickets.
Are those windows i
screen-
] 'TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
i ed yet? Patented detachable ___- through train daily choice of three different
\ hangers used on all / vl, I routed '
se1E>ns. No ladder need- ;::--- Hire dally trw to the southwest through New
< ed to take off or put on L Rock Orleans.ballast.Unexcelled No dost dining No dirt.car semce.For handsome Fast time.illus Orlando Water & LightCompany i iN
; when washing windows. 1111 trated booklets of summer tourist resorts rates, sleep
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information address.H.C.BRETNEY
fag ear reservations and other .
R.J.WALDRON I Gas DepartmentiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiitiiMMiiTm.

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Ex-President Taft Mentioned, but y

Extremely Likely That Demo

crat Will Be Appointed


. Washington, July 13.-Discussion :(::}:: ; ; :'
CONDENSED REPORT OF
continued today as to whom Presi
dent Wilson would appoint to the su
The State Bank of Orlando
preme court bench to succeed Associate YH >t

:, At Close of Business July 8th, 1914, In Compliance Justice H. H. Lurton, who died .
! With Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida. at Atlantic City yesterday. Thd mill: .C'Lffe';( ( Sta (f rrr1t( f :. : ,\
( : :
RESOURCESLoans names of those mentioned in connec .. : ( ; ; I
tion with the vacancy include former

and Discounts . . . . . 491,81714 President Taft, members of the cabinet
Stocks and Securities . . . .. 145,871 74 and others.In .11 t I'UU Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the oJ'

Overdrafts . . . . . . . . . 158 81 official circles no one cared to U. S.
: Currency shows
Furniture and Fixtures . . . 13,004 30 venture an opinion as to whom the II II 11.1 : ,

a Real Estate . . .. .. . . . . 13,875 45 president might choose. It is not believed
Cash and Due from Banks . . 287,476 28 that he has yet considered any i.I i I [ I Deposits, Jane 30, 914 i$3 ij'

in connection with the .
name vacancy.As
,'0 .. ,: :. 955,203 72 a result of Justice Lurton's death,, iii: Ii 1! 1.1 Increase, since our last published

LIABILITIES the president will be called upon to :l II II II 1 1Fl statement, March 4, :

Capital Stock . . . . .. . . $ 50,000 00 make his first appointment to the su : II II II1-1 1911, '$-J I! /,53'13,25

=k Surplus . . . . . . . . . . 37,000 00 preme bench.In ;
4 Undivided net Earning . . . 5,772.23 addition to Mr. Taft, those men-

i. Dividend Unpaid . . .. . . . . 464 00 tioned include Attorney General Me- :: Increase, in past CC f5| ft< (
t ( s
Deposits . . . . . . . . ?. 861,96749. Reynolds, Secretaries Lane and Gar months 1 fl t : ,9 g-
4&;
4jili& Oj
rison, Senator Shields, of Tennessee, .jjIiIIj.[ :'
i $ 955,203 72 a former justice of the supreme court ;:
of that state; Frederick W. Lehmann,
k : S. W. HOWE, Cashier. former solicitor general and one of THE REASON

the American delegates to Mexican :

t, peace conferences at Niagara Falls,, ;liii J For our continued growth is known to our 'J

r and eral.John W. Davis, the solicitor gen- f.-,........ .,...:: depositors. Are you one of them, yet ? >.. _,;...,..,.) "

Has Had Ambition < .
: : ;
Former President Taft is known to nl:}

have had an ambition to round out .

.'IMIIMMIIIIIIIHItlMIMMMMMMMHtllllllMINew i his career as a justice on the highest ' . '. .u" .- ,
. \ "
d' . . .. .
court of the land. Whether he still }....... .' .. <.-, ,'. ... .. '-'. -. ''''" .- ... . ., ... .,. ....._._-u.. ..,."
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White Sailors cherishes that ambition is not known. -.' : :
F When it last winter that ':' -I' :
was reported I '." . fTA
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Justice Lurton was about to retire, il . ; 1 > . :- " '''d. ; :

was suggested Mr. Taft might be offered .. -. .' -, ; i . ,: .. .
The latest fad the place, but it, was stated at ..

\ the White Houes that his name had '. ., .,, .. ... .
ts not been mentioned. In official cir- :- ': /} :: "- '::Y :'.':.:, ;{ ;< ';'.. ':. ; ::' ;.:' '. _. -\: :" ':.f.: "":' :::':"": ;

INTHEEAST cles it is not thought likely that the

president wiU appoint a member of
4t A'I
Y the cabinet, because of his desire to . . , . . .

MISSES: HAMILTON & DUNN go his through official his family.term without a changein tttiMMtmHimMMMIMttMMtitMIMIIIillMIMMtimffillHIIMilMMHIia: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : ; ; ; ; ; ; '

Before the death of Justice Lurton,

the supreme court was made up of .tttMtlHIHIIIIIIIHMtllllMMIftiltMMtllMIIMMiinillllMttH. ,
;, Agents for Barclay Corsets six Republicans and three Democrats.By i .1

his death the Democratic repre-
z' McCall's Patterns resentation on the bench is reducedto .

.; two-Chief Justice White and As- M GRAND THEATRE

t, & & sociate Justice Lamar. Under the circumstances n

MllllMIM'Mliill_____ ____On __ __+_4. MMMMMillMMIIilMIMHHmilltitiiMMIiiiiMIHHtOlillftHMMiMtlH. it is thought likely that
| the president will name a Democratfor
the Furthermore, there
I has been vacancy.an unwritten rule in the COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN ! rMtMiiimmiiiH r

COW PEAS senate, which must confirm the nomi-

nation, that the minority representation MittMitttllllllllMMimMHtHimtMiimttMIMillllMIIIII"PerUs '
shall not fall below three at any
time.

Belief was expressed in congress TODAY
today that the president would make
T We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB-
the appointment. before adjournment, i

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, nam- so that the nominee may be confirmedin
"
time to take his seat in the courtat of Pauline. The 8th episode and the best f$ j

ing quantity desired. Price sure right. the beginning of the fall term in
of them all. You must see it.
October. one
We carry constantly a full line. of crate material of .


;s all kinds. CRIMINAL PROSECUTION "Boxes and Boxers a Crystal comedy. A scream, : j ji :r
,
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-
Continued from page 1)

riers, etc. Phones 181191. land in violation of the federal stat- "
utes. "The Fatal Letter, a Joker comedy. One big laugh' g;


L IT. F. Dutton Stockholders to Sue for $125,000,000

Boston, Mass., July 13.-Whipple,
THAT ORCHESTRA
SANFORD, FLORIDA Sears & Oyden, attorneys representing .
minority stockholders of the New
5-15-tf.
9 York, New Haven & Hartford rail-

road, have demanded that the directors -
CHILDREN 5c. :- ADULTS lOc. f
"11111111111111111111'1'111111111111111111111111' ", join their clients in the suit to I :

recover about $125,000,000 alleged to I
**- IIMIIimilMIMIIM have been wasted by the management ,
FRIDAY...Florence Turner in "The Murdochr

ri 4ri We Will Put the Reins filed The this suit, week which, it will is said be directed will be '' Trial."

i ; against the estate of J. P. Morgan, :
of Success in Your William Rockefeller, Lewis Cass Led- 1. . . . . . Mlilltit . -H-. ! !HiMmiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiittiiiiimMitiitiiiiiiM
. . . . . ,-M-. , , "
yard and others who were membersof

. Hands the new directorate at the time of
H
i. the transactions that have been the
11111 II jlll 11111 11111 III ItMcCUllOCU'S
subject of inquiry by the Inerstate I
y How? By furnishing you witha Commerce; Commission. In a letterto JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY:

the directors, made public today, : I LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., lilt. D., LL. 0., President

perfect Fertilizer. Let.; our representative the attorneys say: : THE BEST SCHOOL Too ::000D FOR YOUR CHILDREN f
"It is our judgment that directors '
call on you. He will give you a Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept.' 25.
are liable for these losses, which haveso
40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arta
t formula that will make and mature : plainly resulted from their neglect : Department Store 17 University Buildings College College of of Law Technology i
I 28 Aere Campua
of duty. On this ground the corporation 469 Students Last Tear College of Business
your fruit. is entitled to recover from its $1.000,000 Endowment Preparatory Academy
23.500 Volumes m Library School of Mechanic Arts
directors the difference between what $10,000 Pipe Organ School of Music
was actually paid out for these investments : Jelly Tumblers e Unsurpassed 10 Large Laboratories General Equipment for Science Normal School of School Fine Arts
and their actual values-a and Careful administration
Separate Dormitories for young men young women.
sum amounting to not less than $94- For catalog and thorough or news supervision, for information Cntistian,or for and room not reservation sectarian teaching.address

s T lllli rn r Fertilizer ll Co.. 000,000.that"Now all it these seems practically purchases-trolleys conceded, :, Fruit Jars JOHN B, STETSON UNIVERSiTY DEUM, FLORIDA


' | ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAIIIIIII.IIIIIII..IIIIIII.IIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII..I.lttt; steamship lines and Boston & Maine all kindsrreservin -
shares alike-were also in violationof

t the federal anti-trust act and on I (WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ? I

__ that ground illegal.
ORLAXD HOTEL WILL MAKE EXTENSIVE I Contractor Murray and the brick and "On this ground, in our opinion, the kettles FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFOR UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA '
t ordered work railroad is entitled to recover from ,
r IMPROVEMENTS steel has already been WOMEN GAL ESnLL&
i A building permit was yesterday I to begin as soon as the material ar- its directors $125OOOOOO-the aggregate : TALLAHASSEE.'CoIIege .
amount paid for the Boston & '
' granted to Proprietor Dean to rives. of Arts and Sciences;Normal School:
lames shares and steamship and of Music School of Expression;
20 S. Orange !"eoue. ; School
and Divisions Liberal Arta
build a substantial addition to his School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges ;
COAL AND ICE trolley lines. i with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture: Teachers
,
popular hotel, the Orland. The addiWOOD School: Modern Gymnasium College Experiment Station; Extension Division -
and ;
pool, basket ball and tennis courts;new
'; tion will consist of sixteen 'rooms, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's iiiiMiiiinitiiiiiiiimiBuy modern buildings: beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick buildings and-
swimming pool
St. Louis be compelled to besides gymnasium
and each will be fitted with private Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf may pay tories have all and modern kitchen conveniences most hygienic; new in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors
ten cents a quart for milk, owing to dining room and assistants. 854 young men
r bath and lavatory. They will all be I your garden seed from DeLa- Florida 418 young last ladies from 49 counties '-om 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
scarcity. and 12 states session.
large airy rooms and the contract If your paper is not deliveredpromptly ney & Abernethy.. Just received a TUITION FREE in College and Normal I foreign countries last session. Fees
and Entrance
call for completion of the work by don't fail to notify the office. big shipment of fresh seed. 3.13-U School Board and entrance writeEDWARD fees for the $13160 TUITION FREE Write Board today for catalogue ,
I For catalogue
Tomato. Egg plant, Pepper Crates, year $124.00. CO RADI, President perAAA.. MURPHREE. President
October 1st. I at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. Read the advertisements daily. j ,;
The addition will be constructed by Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. 5-19tf.



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