Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00382
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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 16, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00382
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: 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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16,1914. NUMBER 134.







Hot Contest at Fair Grounds Yesterday *. Nelms Believes Her DaughtersAre COMPLETELYYOU Drills Break Through Rock Wall -

During Drizzling Dead and Bodies in Letting in Stream of ANAl IE PROMISES TO BE CIOSEINDICATIONS

Offlffl HUB 10 SEND IK Rain MississippiSan CAN MAKE YOUR OWN CONNECTIONS Death -


VILLA SAYS MAN WHO WILL By a score of six to five Loughman Antonio, Tex., July 15.-Three Alpha, Mich., July 15.-(Special) PRESIDENT WILL WIN BUT IT
took the first of the three game se- developments in the mysterious dis- YOUR WORK WILL BE INSPECTED -Seven miners in the Balkan mine WILL BE BY A NARROW MARGIN -

SUCCEED HUERTA NO BETTER ries from Palatka at the fair grounds appearance of Miss Beatrice Nelms AND YOU WILL HAVE TO lost their lives today when their drills -NO VOTE BEFORE FRIDAY .
THAN HE'AND THAT REBELS yesterday afternoon. A drizzling rain and Mrs. Eloise Nelms OR SATURDAY
Dennis,daugh PUT UP BOND BEFORE went through the rock wall into a bed
WILL MARCH ON MEXICO CITY fell almost continuously throughoutthe ters of Mrs. John W. Nelms, of At- TEARING UP BRICKPAVEMENTS of quick sand, flooding the chamber in -

WITHIN A WEEK, afternoon, but (notwithstanding lanta, Ga., were announced by the which they were working. Six others Washington, July 15.-After a

y.l"ii the wetness the game was interestingfrom San Antonio police early today. I narrowly escaped, running into the night of constant effort to line up
start to finish. The police siad that a physician on I main drift before the quick sand couldI I administration senators for confirma-
: t' ciaL-Provisional Mexico City, Mex., July 15.-(Spe- The crowd was not what it should or about June 25 treated at a local The city council solved the trust I j I overwhelm them. The company is tion of President Wilson's nominationof

J; President Victorir have been, probably due to the threatening hotel the child of Mrs. Dennis; thaton question in a special session yesterday working desperately to recover the Thomas D. Jones of Chicago for
r ; Huerta his \
-r'f'. the, sent resignation to weather, but those who did go June 25, a man giving his nameas 1Le., if there ever was any i' bodies, but it will probably be a the federal reserve board, the whips
Mexicancongress this afternoon
, out easily got their money's worth. W. Mims plumber's trust in Orlando. reported to the
.. shipped from here to The I month before the mine can be suffi- White House today
with the
i announcement of his withdrawal
:; ( l.., The teams are pretty evenly matchedand Victor Innes in San Francisco a type- council did it in a simple and direct ciently pumped out. that a vote probably would not be

-, from*. Mexican affairs. The both have admirers among the writer with Hindu characters; and manner that is bound to meet with I The men who perished are foreign- reached before Friday or Saturdayand
gr;i.t, 'dictator a1s sent a statement declar- Orlando fans, though Loughman apparently that a mysterious package has been the approval of, everybody who has ers. They were 132 feet under that, the result, while a'victory

/i.J" fe* that in abdicating had taken had the most friends. received here addressed to Miss Bea- sewer connections to make. They I ground, drilling into a wall, appar- for the president, would be very

ljf no thoughtfor his personal fortunes Price did the twirling for Palatka trice Nelms, in care of Mrs. Margaret just made everybody plumbers. I ently of solid rock. The drills, : close.

::.M..., or'motives safety of, but patriotism.decided to'quit through and was hit pretty freely at times Mims. No Mrs. Margaret Mims has You can now buy your pipe, shovel, out warning, went through with-I Six Democratic senators were repotted -

:' *..+'wi Ji though considering the wet grounds been located. Innes was the lawyer oakum, cement and plumbers' tools cave of quick sand and those who to the White House as unalterably
..... ,Amid cries f Huerta" the
0 "Viva
At he pitched a good Haynes was who secured Mrs. Dennis' opposed to the
game. divorce and and go right to work tearing up perished had no chance for their lives. I confirmation.
?.tf.. *;resignation was read and referred tot effective for Loughman, though luck police have started to trace the type- streets and yards to your heart's content The six who escaped heard the Senators regarded as doubtful wentto
: a. committee. Francisco Carbajal,, contributed a share to his success, writer the White House for
"* \ shipment. The package shippedto You can determine for yourself screams of their comrades as they conferences
y/Jt. .! '*, cently appointed foreign minister, several long drives from the Palatka- Miss Nelms remains unclaimed and whether it is worth thirteen or twen- fled, the water reaching their knees 'I'with the president. Officials said the
{tJf; 5:jt,prepared to take the oath as proyijional ites being recovered by fine fielding. its contents are unknown. ty cents a foot to lay four inch sewer before they could get out of danger. j president was taking no part in the

president whenever Huerta'sis The tine-up was as follows: pipe on a hot July day. preliminary fight for a vote in open
',t.j ignation acted upon.. Loughman-Stoker, cf.; Safford, Believes Daughters Dead session.
t' alk But will have to do the work
.ii. r'* ,. *, U. S. Troops-/to Mexico City 3b.; Younds, ss.; Bramlage, If.; Ben- Atlanta, Ga., July 15.-Atlanta and right and you it will have to bear inspec- BABY I IS TRADED[O f FOR R A BULLDOG !r Senator Gronna, of North Dakota,
i nett, rf.; Button, 2b.; Meharg, lb.; several other cities still feverishly !.! presented in the senate a resolution
f ; are tion just the same as if you were a
-'ii. hington July! 15.-Special.-) Hicks, c.; Haynes, p.PalatkaRobinson'cf.. 'awaiting news from the missing real instead of G forwarded by citizens of his state
plumber playing at
r l American troops, with marines from .; Collins, 3b.; protesting against the attitude of the
\ .**. ; sisters, Mrs. Eloise Dennis and Bea- the game. If you happen to live on . .
":9' t4lie: British,' German an. other foreignha Brandy, sfe&Hunter, If.; Kulp, rf.; trice Nelm, who,have so mysteriously banking committee toward Jones, but
street brick will
a paved
at Vera Cruz will be you
rushed tof'
> Carter 2b. Ei .1b. Attridge, Vice-President Marshall
r ; interruptedhim
& ; disappeared. The latest developments have to put up a fifteen dollar bond Little Orphan Gets a Good Home by
3. ; p. in the follows
'I jr cae are as : before you can move a brick, to insure Calling Stranger
thelooting and'rioting, that
::t The second the series will was a matter for in .
presentation executive
Mrs. ,
,! .' Margaret Minders, of San An- the relaying of the _
proper pave
:;; thtttens to follow the abdication of and much "Daddy" -
: be played this afternoon a -I I session.
tonio, Texas found and denied
was ,
ment. If you get to work without
':f' ,, the moment such a step be- larger number of fans will be able the The banking committed finished its
knowing two Victor Innes
girls or
.o! putting this bond or'complying
se .necessary. The call for these to see the game on account of the of Jacksonville, Fla., July I5.-A bull- adverse report on the Jones nomination
will or any knowledge with the other provisions of the ordinance -
tri. ',:= come from Francisco Car- half holiday. .Despite this, it is alleged that Mrs. passed yesterday afternoon you'are dog for a baby! This is the novel A minority reprt by Senators
1' "heJ) the situation becomes trade offer which Supt. Marcus C. Shafroth, Hollis, Lee and Pomerene,
t: Mindes was seen with two young wo- liable to a fine of one
y i3bitening in Christi Texas hundred Fagg, of the Children's Home society favoring the nomination, also was
men Corpus as late
dollars. :
?\ to be seen' whether 'the WOMAN JUDGE GAVE HUBBY THE as last Sunday night, and they an- ,received a few days ago, and the deal made ready for presentation.
i'atiisMtion of Huerta and the trans- The brick paving is waiting for I
:. swered the description of the missnig has been consummated. It happened Nothing was accomplished in the
\!it\r7l; :.authorit to.Carbajahwill bring liMIT sewer connections to be made; prop- because baby Hazel Williamson, two long debate in executive session yes

;V'{;/otde /; out ,chaos and result 'in' a young Mrs.women.Nelms, mother of the missing erty owners are charging that the years old, curly haired and brown terday. At times the debate was

Vfcmi: $ 9f"the.civil war in Mex- girls, has last come to the conclu- plumbers are charging too much for eyed, happened to be on the front heated, and further consideration was
,..,.f.'t:Jc/fjThere Is no assurance whatever "Fifty Days Is Maximum," Says Real sion that at they are dead and their their work. The ordinance, which follows porch pf the receiving home when a deferred until majority and minority

: !y$ulm,constitutionalists will accept Judge, and She Says, bodies in the Mississippi river at i in full, just lets you do your well dressed 'man and woman drove reports of the committees were sub-
iic CimW as' president "That's It" offered I own work if you think the plumbersare by in a machine.On mitted.
New Orleans. She has
'' ;constitutional-: ; : I for them, "dead or alive a,"reward in- trying to dig you. Read it and the seat beside the young woman Opponents of Mr.. Jones' confirma-

3-t--'lJqJ.> repea y Atlantic City, N. J., July 15. the hope that river men will search get your tools: was an expensive bulldog, whose tion, who base their fight on the fact
?Cey! ii4f, .uot'recognize, any person or Thomas Brennan was taken before for the bodies. An Ordinance relative to the persons cost had been $200 just a few days that he is a director of the Interna,

} i*\fehjat)! government.which derives its Recorder Keffer this morning for J. W. Kreuger, an Atlanta govern- qualified: to make sewer connections before, according to the man. His tional Harvester company, which is

1- 'yautiiitty: ''from Huerta. Carbajal is drunkenness, threatening his wife and ment employe, said that he saw Innes, Be it Ordained by the City Council of eye just then caught sight of the tot, under indictment by the government,
?1(9i t-'"- ;' this class. Under the cir- chasing lodgers from the boarding whom he,knows well, in Atlanta, ear- I the City of Orlando: and he pressed both. pedals of the sought to have the record of the com-

l r cmwapec it)appears that the. only house she keeps to earn the living he ly last May.Marshall II Section 1. That any person, whether machine hard. "Let's go in and see mittee hearing in the case made a
:*(-say J&Carbajal "government"can"be will not make for her. Brennan had Nelms, brother of the a certified and registered plumber the babies," he said to his wife. matter of public record. Senator

[r-r!! )wai lifeed'is: for the United StatesMJU performed like that several times be- missing girls, has arrived here from I or not, shall be permitted to do the As they came up the steps baby Stone insisted on an executive ses-
work of making the connections
>.8rd',04er powers>> to send armed fore. knows Hazel ran forward with outstretchedarms sion and the doors were closed. .
California. He nothing beyond I the sewers and to extend the same
: toy lie capital to check the ad- stepped down from and said the word Hitchcock chairmanof
Judge Keffer what has- been published. within the property line as far as a one magic Senator acting
wit v ee:Hof:ttliee constitub.onalsts.! and the bench today and said to Mrs. I point three feet outside the line of "Daddy." Her own real daddy had the banking and currency committee -

:iiyj; to' accept the sItuation.. Brennan: Can't Find Suspected Pair at the main wall of any building which died, and her mother, dying herself made the suggestion in the formof
.10. = f.-L is be connected with the said sew-
it. : ,+> t '. . s will be done depends "Get up there, madam, and give Gulfport I I ers.to All such work, however, shall be had left the little one in charge of the a motion, urging necessity for pub-
v 'oar .tM'Y administration. Presidentr him a dose of the medicine he de i subject to the inspection laws now in society but a few days before, in a licity in view of the controversy that
; ,.)v 4l'senthe ambition has been for serves." Gulfport, Miss., July 15.-Two women i force or hereafter to be in force. last desperate chance of getting to hag: arisen with several Demorcatic

; *'*k.:elitn dfli :of,Huerta personally. The wife climbed upon the judge's suspected of being Eloise Nelms r Section 2. Whenever, for the pur the care of friends and securing med- senators openly fighting President
Dennis and Beatrice Nelms, outwit- r aforesaid, a street other than
l .4 Jfc'Is wifofhim determine whether bench, picked up the gavel, turned ted policemen who had them under one pose paved with brick is to be dug up, ical attention.The Wilson's candidate for the post.
: :jtii'feanltoKwhom Huerta turned and asked /'What's the limit, Your I it must be restored, to the satisfaction man and woman called on Mr. When Senator Hitchcock concluded
),1. ot'tbe '* Di government should Honor?" surveillance here last night and could r of the plumbing inspector having Fagg very early the next day. The he was vigorously attacked by Sena-
I"" not be located today. The police think I work but if the I
of the
",,, ':.r .>_ he{ v-s-ted', or supported. orhetiier.afe'miy "Fifty days," came the instruction."The"n they left in a launch.BASEBALL I street supervision be paved with brick; it shall dog, handsomely groomed, was with tor Blair Lee, of Maryland, a Democratic -
'. ,will be left open for th's it So long, 'Mr. i not be disturbed until the City has them, and pointing to the animal, the I member of the banking com-
: : tlje'titetd ie alists to enter the Thomas,".said the skirted justice. been indemnified in the sum of fifteen man said: -*" mittee, who charged that Senator
;. \4 t is ;take over the authority "Take him below," ordered Judge RESULTS dollars that the brick pavement shall "I thought it was what she want- Hitchcock made public some of the
be restored to the satisfaction of the
;: : of! ?8&raMet&y sheer force of Keffer, and below went Brennan to Federal League Commissioner of Public Works, or of ed. It isn't. How soon can you fix !verbatim testimony in the Jones hear-
w:..walJDL .. await transportation to the county any person whom he may appoint. up the papers so we can take Hazel ing several days ago, without the con-
\:;<. :.I">'''', .$.!...ct. "IV..,- -. prison. Chicago 0, St. Louis 2. Section 3. Any person violating any home? sent of other members of the com-
l'Y! >- J v.. rz. Carbajtl15.SpeciaL Pittsburg 2, Brooklyn 4. of the provisions of this ordinance "I'll make you a present of him if mittee. This ,evidence was printed in

;. 1 aaiezotp ) JUSTICE LURTON'S FUNERAL Buffalo 7-4, Baltimore 00. ,more shall than be punished one hundred by a.dollars fine ,of or not by you wish, or sell him myself, but a I several newspapers.

;'r:"' ''-=Generallsaid today, when inr YESTERDAY Kansas City 3, Indianapolis 5. imprisonment not exceeding ten days. real live baby is what we want, andit Senator Lee was mildly supportedby

: forieed.tgiobdble; resignationof National League Section 4. All ordinances or partsof took little Hazel to find it out" Senators bills and Shafroth, also

f:r 'HnertaTaidrtlwi; ;,naming of Fran- Clarksville, Tenn., July 15.-Spe- Pittsburg 4, Brooklyn 3. visions ordinances of this in ordinance conflict with are the hereby pro- majority members of the committee.

:"t .eiCarbajal4a'his' successor, that cial.)-The remains of Justice Lur Chicago 5, New York 4. repealed STARVING HERSELF TO ATTAIN Senator Reed, of Missouri, the oth

'.. the:change**w_ Tnct.:'top the war.' ton, former associate justice of the Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 4. Adopted July 15,1914.Siene'd WEIGHT FOR POLICEWOMAN er Democratic member of the com-

VOla/dedareil>th t'' Carbajal. :was, a U. S. supreme court, who died Sundayat St. Louis 5, Boston 3. ( ) S.H A.C.JOHNSON ROBERTSON, mittee,. who opposes Mr. Jones' confirmation -

f: '"cirntifieo"candithat ,his presidency Atlantic City, were interred here American League Attest: Councilmen 1 Chicago, July '15.-Determined. to defended Senator Hitchcock

p wooed.mean.tbfjOentinuance in power th morning beside the graves of his Boston 4 Cleveland 0. CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. be a policewoman, one candidate for 1 I and pleaded for publication of the entire -

!P ;ot| .the.men who/f. .or'fifty, :years,.have two children Washington, 3, Detroit 3. Eight in- the civil service test reduced her 'record.
;.: .grown rich,,xiponx.the:misfortunes of NINE CONVICTED OF USING weight twenty-five pounds in five I Senator Bristow, Republican, cham-
the:poor.jVHla! 'believes that Huerta GILLESPIE HERE TO SUPERVISE j nings; agreement. Louis two MAILS TO DEFRAUD days, it was made known today from' pioned the Hitchcock motion, and
Philadelphia-St. games;
intends to take 'the.field against the STREET PAVING 'j,I ; the examiner's headquarters. The i! Senator Borah also spoke for pub-

, eon'stitutionalfeU'wb'Vila t says, will I train.New I York 2-2 Chicago 31. Chicago, July 15.-Nine defendants outside weight allowed is ISO( pounds. ;licity. Other senators' opposed the

4 begin their advance- M irds4he capital Mr. T. B. Gillespie and wife, of I i i accused of using the mails to defraudin This candidate reduced from 225 I motion. Finally it was agreed to de-

I within-aweek,1 'i" New Orleans, arrived in the city yesterday I Southern League connection with the Barr & Widen pounds to 200 pounds between' July : ky action pending submission; of majority -

*3f v" '' afternoon and are stopping at Memphis 5, :Mobile 5. Fourteen innings Mercantile agency, were found guilty 9 and 14. . ; and minority reports. .
' : .OnBoard U? :S.:St'California,.Mar I the paving of the streets of ]|r Chattanooga 5, New Orleans 4. Landis. The government charged td., The request ,was granted and I i Senator Lewis, of Illinois, .who is

-r,r.. ',,z:teens ;Mexico,: July HU-(Via' ,San Orlando for the contractors, the Alabama \ Birmingham 4, Atlanta 0. that more than $1,000,000 had been i her daily weight report ., will be ;i leading the fight,for Mr. Jones' con-

.* .go/Cat,"July"15.)=Eyacpation oft Paving company. He is also''.': Montgomery 2, Nashville 2. Six realized by the company through its; checked. '' firmation, announced that he would

:G&tymas by the ,Mexican federals interested in some of the county pav : innings; rain. methods. "I don't eat or drink except a little'twater vote for the fullest publicity.

,i c .*| :.1gun today-,with. the'arrival off ing. South Atlantic. LeagueI ; d tokeep ray throat. from parch-!'I The debate indicated that the fight
'the"toner Benito:Juarez, according Charleston 5, Macon 4. New magazines every'' day. Watch ing'She: explained.: "For dinner last''I against confirmation of Mr. Jones

>tojfbfiiU *:,made:': 't to'Reir.. Admiral THE WEATHER I I'I Savannah 4, Columbus 2. for yours. Cosmopolitan for August, night I had a piece of ice the size of will be the bitterest that has occurred

:$ogarlr}:Tli..drstatep'preliminary Florida: Local thunder showers Albany 3, Columbia 2. now on sale. Curtis '& 0'Aea1 eat i,9&l on,peejffr4 -.over. . .any. omination. .. .,'i<,. .in._'the" Wilson- ( )

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COMMENCING 'WEDNESDA JULY' 15, and continuing for four days, we will offer to our patrons

ff Record Breaking Dollar Bargains. You can make your dollars buy more at the Yowell- Duckworth store, thanat

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

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


x 21 Ibs. BEST SUGAR, for jr

r 20 yds Good India Linon lOc value for

,; 20 yds of Good Staple Gingham, for

ISt-4 10 yards Colonial Tissue, 20c. value

A beautiful Crepe Kimona, worth Beautiful new Felt Hats, worth 6 yards beautiful Crepe and fancy
$1 00 ... ......... ... $1.00 2 pair Ladies Hose, regular 75c .. ... . .. 51.00'
$1.50, for ... ... ... ... ....... $2.00, for ... quality, for ....... ......... si.oo Voiles, for ... .. .
10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, 4 yards Ratine, Voiles, Crepe and
: A beautiful Silk Petticoat, all col-
. .. .. . .. $1.00 A good solid oak Dining Chair, . .. . 51.00
ore, $1.50 value .*. $1.00 value) for .. ... cheap at $1.50, for ...... ... $1 00 Rice Cloth, 50c value for
2 pairs 50c Ladies Drawers and 12 yards of good 3'si.oo and wide Bleach.
one Suit Cases, regular price $1.39 and $1.00
25c Gingham Apron for .... .. Misses; and Childrens Sandals, all$1.00 $1.50 for .. ... .... ...:...... $1.00 ing, regular 13 l-2c, for .... ..
y ( sizes from 2 to 5 years, ....... 11 yards Lonsdale, Hills and other
A splendid House Dress, worth A good Fiber Rug, 36x63, $1.50 51.00
$1.00 tl.00 brands of Muslins, for .... ....
$2.00, for .. ,
Mens Pajamas, $1.25 value, for .. $1 .UU value
2 good Shirt Waists, worth $1.00. half 5 yards fancy Art Denum, 35c 16 yards of yardaluewidefor. .brown..... Sheet$1.00
and' $1.25, for Jfrl.UUt 5 25c pairs value mens, for. ..Hose. ...,..reguIar$1.00 value, for . .. .... .. ...... ... $1.00 ing, 8 l-2c Crash

2 embroidery trimmed Gowns, < i f\r\ 3 silk Four in Hand Ties, regular 10 yards of good Curtain Scnm, $1.00 25 full yards bolt good, .... .. ..Toweling.. .. ... ... $I.00
worth 79c each, for pl.UU 50c value for , $1.00 15c value, for .... ........... 20 yards good white; Lawn, lOc

r:i An worth embroidery$1.25, trimmed for .Petticoat, $1.00 5 beautiful for .Wash:Ties. ,.worth.25c, $1.00 6 yards of 25c Fancy Creton, for. $1.00 value, for ................... $1.00

L: I 4 pairs era, worth embroidery 39c each trimmed, for .Draw- pl /w\UU 3 regular 50c Wash Ties, for .... $1.00 $1.25 Garbage Cans, for ....... $1.00 10 15c yards value of Extra, for good.....India.....Linon.. ... I.00

4 regular 35c short Petticoats, Straw Hats for men, regular $150 A beautiful for .Sofa.. ..Pillow.....:.$1.50.....qual. .. il.00 16 yards of Everett Gingham,lOc I 00
r for $1.00 and$2.00 quality, .... ..... .." $1.00 ity, value, for ................... $ .
2 Ladies Union Suits worth '75c 3 then Shirts, regular 50c quality, A splendid Hammered Jar- $1,00 1 good Bed Spread,large size $1.50
.. .. .
ti each, for $1.00 for ....... ...... ... .. ... .. $1.00 dinier, $1.98 value, for value, for ... ... ... .. :..:.. $1.00
1 75c and one 50c Bungalow Apron, 5 pairs childrens Hose or Sox, 25c A 10 piece set of Enamel Ware: $1.00 8 yards of beautiful Voile, 20c
.. ... ......... .
worth ,
$1.00 $1.50 $1,00
for. .' value, for. value, for ............. ......
10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, 5 pairs ladies Lisle Hose, 35c value, An Oil Mop, worth $1.50, for ..... $1.00 $1.00
:. for $1.00 for ... ... ... ... ............ $1 00 15 yards of beautiful Organdie, 15c
Full size Cot Mattress, worth $2.00
10 pairs ChildsPants, 15c value, 3 pairs ladies Silk and Lisle Hose, extra special ... ... ... .... ... .,1.0 0 8 yards of Voile regular 25c value 1 00
for $1.00 50c value, for .......... ... .. $1.00 for ......... ............. $ .
A good Oil Cook Stove, $1.50 Baal : :
Childrens Dresses,white and color Ladies best silk Hose, $1.50 qualt ity, for ..................... $1.00 2 good Sheets, size 81x90, special
ed, $1.50 value, ...... $1.QO ity, for .................... .,1 00 A splendid Hammock full size, 1 for ................ ....:.... $1.00
5 large Gingham Aprons, 25c value $1.00 4 yards 50 and 75c Embroidery $1.50 value,for. .... :.. ... .... $ .00 16 yards of splendid Check Dimity Q1 00
for. All Overs,. for ... ..... ... ... $. 0 0 in white, 12 l-2c. value, ....... .
.A Sewing or Card' fable{ $1.50
6 bunches 25c Flowers, for ..:... $1.00 $1.50, $2.00, and 2.50 Crepe and AA value, for. ... ... .:. ... ...... .p.00 15 yards of Boob'. Fold Dimity, $1.00 1
Voile Flouncing, 45 inches wide. it. small check, 12 f-2c, for ......
A beautiful new white Hat, worth 5 35c and Ribbon All piece goods sold for Draperies during 10 of Pajama check, full
$2.00, for ... ... ... ... .. .. $1.00 yards for .... .plain.. ... ... .fancy.. ... ... ... $1.00 this sale will be made free of charge.. yard yards wide, 15c value, for.... ... . $I.00



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Lot No. 1 all for $ .OO
3 cans V. C. Lye Hominy ..... 40c 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 ,best Starch ....... 40c
3 cans Imported Sardines...... .. 40c '1-1 lb Can Private Estate Coffee. 40c 1 large can Calaf. L. C. Peaches.. 30c 5 pounds: Lump
2 cans Early June Peas ... ..... 30c. 1 large can Calaf. L. C. Pears ..... 30c 10 Cakes Octagon Soap .....-.... 50c
1-2 can Libys Asparagus Tips .. 35c Calaf. .... ... 30c 5 Pkgs. Pearline .............. 25c
$ 1.50 1 Jar Libys Jams .....__..... ... 3ac 1 large large can can Calaf. Apricots L. C. Cherries .. 30c 2 Pkgs. Celluloid Starch .......... lOc

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

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5 cans Early June Peas ... ...... 75c 2 Cakes Ivory Soap
4 cans Best Maise Corn . ...... .. SOc $ 1.40 $ 1.45' -

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Taft, Fla., July 14.-Mrs. C. H. r ,
,Hartley and son Edward went to' St ,Bluff Springs, Fla., July 14.-In
Cloud Saturday to spend a few days the presence of about fifty people, Hammond & GoreFUNERAL
getting acquainted with her husband, many of whom were women, Eddie Eicursn i 1 Rates t :
C. H. Hartley, who is in business McCoy, a fifteen year old youth, met
thentij his death here yesterday afternoon DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.REAL .
Messrs. Tracey and Miller of the when he attempted to cross the Louisville
novelty works have dissolved part- & Nashville tracks in front of a From Orlando VALUES LOW PRICES
nership, Mr. Miller retiring. Mr. fast approaching passenger train.
Tracey will conduct the business.We McCoy was on the station side of the 4&.70 New York,N. COMPARE
are all hoping that an earth railroad and when he saw the train 53.10. Buffalo N.
quake or something will wake up our approaching he attempted to cross 40.70 Philadelphia Pa. OUR FURNITUREWe
board of education that some work the track to be ,with his team of
may be done on the school building horses while the train stopped. He 49.20. Chicago,Ill. provide the quality of furniture that has
before time for the school to com had reached no further than the center | 48.20 Detroit, Mich. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
mence. With a little energy it could 'of the track when the engine hit I 38.70 Cincinnati 0. standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.
have been completed now. Wbilthere him and before the train could be It wouldn'fbe here were it otherwise. We can't make
is life there is hope. ebrought'to' a standstill he had been I 37.20 Louisville, Ky. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
Mrs. W. A. Levis is spending the ground to a mass of pulp. 43.45 SI. Louis, Mo. this business, and that means much to any buyer.
week at the "ranch" with A. I The coroner detained the train crew 64.30
C. Ellison Denver, Col.
and family, on Tanner lake. I until an inquest could be made over ; 95.20 San Francisco Cal. MIL & DAVIS BLOCK
W. A. Levis and J. F. Harringtonwere remains. They were exoneratedof I ,

business callers in Orlando Mon allowed any to responsibility proceed to,Pensacola however,with and i[I i I . Portland Ore. t Cor.Orage Ave. and Church SI., Orlando, Fla.

day. the train.i I l(I Sold daily-.Limit October L JMMMMIMtMi
Several farmers are busy clearing ...Stop Overs. .
their farms or more of their ne
lands, preparing for strawberry cul-i If the Federal Sugar Refining company
tore. The indications are now that of Philadelphia tells the truth, I Coast Line -

berries soon there set will They be are a large a very acreage success-of from the saving the first to twenty-five consumers per resulting cent. I I offers best routes and ........ ......'.'...................

in reduction of the duty on sugar "wants"T schedules.For i.
ful crop here, and we expect the }
amounts to 48714708.
near future to see the proprietors information and reser.
riding to and from their farms 'in __
autos. The Hudson Navigation company, call on any A. C. L.
Later.-That earthquake referredto in an action begun against it by the Agent, or
Central Railroad of New Jersey, ORLANDO'Water
above may not be needed at present G. Kirkland;D. P. A., Phone
that the railroad is
charges making
so do not send it until further
132, Tampa, Fla.
enormous profits by speculating
orders, as a faint noise is heard occasionally
leases of owned
in tie school house (it maybe city piers. ---- -- -
the cat), but possibly business maybe I OF HOUSE BUILDING &
on the move. I' Dr. E. B. Cooley, of Danville, 111., Light Co. |
has announced his candidacy for the you started to build your
The United States senate has voted Republican nomination for congress, : yet?"
in opposition to Joseph G. Cannon, as "
for an inquiry to discover the leaks we haven't quite decided what
he says Uncle Joe is no longer in
through which proceedings of secret want.
sessions become public. his touch district.with the younger element of I haven't? I thought you had ElectricityGas

all planned out months ago."
Nearly 50 pages in the new Boston : J we did, but Aunt Jane didn't
John H. P. ,Endress, of Philadelphia I
public library catalogue of books relating Water
the living Ice
architecture' who left wife and baby seventeen -!i room so we changed ;
to given over to suit her, and Uncle Bill
material I years ago, has returned to find !
to on city planning.An ,
porch ought to be differ
his wife married again, and is asking J I
that a decree declaring him legally and we changed that. Then, Office -No. J8 West Central
increase in freight and passen- dead be rescinded, so that he may Kate insisted that we'd never :- Ave.
ger traffic in the last two weeks on without music ,
a room so
get the_family estate. j I.
all railroads of the Pittsburg district had to reaarrange it to put that,
has caused the re-employment of folks
my thought we ought to
Big results from little Want Ads
many men who had been suspended. come from the use of these colums. i a butler's pantry and her folks j' Telephone No. 6
I sure we couldn't get along with-
Gaston Clifford, of Culvers Lake, I
i a room in the attic, and we're'
,N. J., was sentenced to from one to Sentinel want ads.'are money get, now to learn what color an '
three years in state prison and fined ters. Try them. I in Honolulu thinks the roof
$500 for selling, without a liquor license to be."
cider that was "harder" than Tomato, Egg plant Pepper Crates,
at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla.
the law allows. 5-19tf. I IUL& "wants" fin your wants. ***** ............ .." ,,...*+**,..

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Our Company will also advance 75 per cent. of the purchase price if so desired by the purchaser, to showour

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This Company will also furnish Bank guarantee to our patrons whenever requested. $250,000.00 worth of

property we already have listed as exclusive agents and our arrangements completed. to give attention to any

additional amount of propositions,. if listed with us. \

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; MORNING aiD WEEKLY Duluth, Minn., July 15.-The modern Aiken, S. C., July 15.-When JohnG. I lEA A HOUND 1
J08UB FEKE18. Editor and Owner. skyscraper is a menace to life,
Richards, candidate for governor,
Franklin N. Wentworth of Boston,
4) Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando for.y declared in an address here today before declared,his intention to vote for Gov-' Nashville Banner Accuses: Him of
; lea as Sand Class Mail Matter.. ernor Blease for the. United' States' ':
the National Association of $20,000 Campaign Fund .
I j senate, here today, and followed up .I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Building Owners and Managers. Mr. Graft
,gully. 1 Year ..........................8s.oo Wentworth is of the Na- his declaration with a list of ques- _
;S Daily, C Months ............ .......... 2.50 secretary tions which he asked United States I ANNOUNCEMENTOF
Duly 3 Month, ...........ji......... L25 tional Fire Protective association."It .
Any 1 Month .............".......... .50 Senator E. D. Smith to answer, pan- Nashville, Tenn., July 15.- a
I is said that the up and down demonium broke loose and for fully statement made today in his newspa-

Weekly 1 Year ....................... LOG traffic on the elevators of New York fifteen minutes the shouting and the Banner, Major E. B. Stahl-
i a Weekly. ( Months ..................... 71 b almost yelling per
4c city as sgreat as the horizontal drowned out everything else. At man charged that United States Sen-

TO ADVERTISERS: traffic," he said. "No disaster one time it looked as if a fight mightbe ator Luke Lea during the fusion

more horrible could be imaginablethan started. A spectator in the audi- movement. between Republicans and
Copy for display and all .her kand-iet
that which would if New
aJrertUnr most be handed In at tat buineu ,occur ence was plying Mr. Richards with Independent Democrats grafted $10-
=. like .f the Sentinel net later than I p. m. York city should have an earthquake.Just questions and yelling for Senator i 000 from the Independent judiciary EARLY FALLSTYLES
c the day before lablleatioii. This ml appHee
|.. Puree far contract advertUnc la enough of a shock to break Smith, when one of his questions so j I campaign committee and also $10,000(
invariable and win be atrktly adhered Ia.E water and gas mains and to snap angered Mr. Richards that he reached from Republicans of Tennessee. ,
electric leads-the loss of life wouldbe back and grabbed tumbler which
Subscriber deihfaf The Sentinel discon- up a j In a counter statement and refuta
tinned should notify the office in writing on appalling. was on the stand in front of the I tion of charges made by Lea Sunday,
tat date of ,
expiration otherwise it will be
ontinoed at the regular subscription rate "A great conflagration, such as is chairman and brandishing it in his' Major Stahlman characterized Lea as
:{ atfl notice to atop U received possible in New York, would bring hand denounced his tormentor, trou a "hound who had got down to the

THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. the same disastrous results. ble being averted by the removal of low level of a hold up bandit and a IN
"New York is beginning to realizf the heckler. plain grafter."

the menace, and steps are being takento Friends of Mr. Richards and oppo- In his statement Lea charged Ma-
s Now that Huerta is preparing to limit the height of buildings. It nents made a rush for the stand, !j jor Stahlman with lying and securing
depart perhaps Villa will find time does not make a city anY.greater to those favoring Senator Smith jeer- money by illegitimate means. The READYTOWEARSUITS

to use that bath tub and give Car- have high buildings." ing at the speaker and friends of : war of printed words has caused considerable -

: ,ranza a shave. Other speakers on today's program Governor Blease and Mr. Richards|' comment, and charges may

l 0 were H., F. Martin, Atlanta, Ga., on surrounding him and stating they bring on court actions at a latex
Mullet ought to be well educated "Building for Profit;" Simon Straus, were determined that he should be time. Stahlman, aged, and Lea, andCOSTUMES

fish. They are always found" New York, on "Office Building allowed to speak. The chairman let youthful, were recently fast friends.llllltHtHlllttltttlllMf.
:j schools. Bonds;" and F. Robertson Jones, New the crowd run away with him and so
o York, on "Workmen's Compensation." great was the disorder that the factions -
The plague district quarantine of both Smith and Blease vent- 'r

against chickens applies only. to the THE AUGUST WOMiVS. HOME ed their opinions unchecked for sev-
feathered kind. COMPANIONIn eral minutes.
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The Tarpon Leader believes that all the August Woman's Home Companion AUTO BUS HOLD-UP CASE MAY

snakes have two short "hind" legs. I appear photographs of 17 babies BE REACHED THIS MORNINGThe i a

f And we thought Pinellas county was i imy. who, out of 100,000 examined at Store o

a the Better Babies contests, were the time of criminal court was i

i o I only ones marked 100 by the physi- taken up yesterday with the trial of f

If Huerta flees by way of Vera I cians in charge. All of these childrenwere J.B. Kirkland,an Ocoee negro charged I 1I

4 Cruz a good opportunity will be lost I examined and graded accordingto with selling liquor, and Nathaniel Jelly Tumblers

if he'is not persuaded to salute the the Woman's Home Companion Thomas, a negro boy, charged with
; flag. standard score card adopted for use stealing a boat at Lockhart. Kirk-
4 o in all Better Babies contests. land but Thomas ,
was acquitted, got Fruit Jars
1= The little sawed off men are com Other interesting special contributions thirty days on the county farm. \
ing into their own, since fashion decrees to the August number are: Hopson, Tyner and Shirley are \, .
that the waist line will be low- "Good Times That Cost Next to scheduled for trial this morning: for all kinds
ered. Nothing," being accounts of happy
the hold-up of the Jones auto bus,
o vacations spent by resourceful per- but there may be further delay in I
Wauchula now has a company of sons who are willing to pass their calling the case.
state militia. Probably preparing to ideas on to others; "Queen Mary of rreservin lelliesi

L rebel against Arcadia and fight for England," an intimate personal account Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
county division. of Great Britain's sovereign is the kind you want. Where to get i s
o family; "The Lived-in Garden," a it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. i
Entrican. 1-20-tf() !
< J. P. Morgan had not been caught practical, suggestive article about 20 S. Orange Avenue.
F with the New Haven loot when President gardens contributed by Frank A, First class Brazing specialty at I r I

Wilson consulted him in regardto Waugh, professor of landscape gar- Warman's Repair Shop o Court St.
the methods of "big business." dening at the Massachusetts College 125tf.iHllllltltiHHMMIMII. ) "MlllllliilllillMIMMttMMMIMMMMMMIimi 1I

o of Agriculture; "Homemade Fireless I
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We have just found time to ready Cookers," contributed by readers;
Dr. Cook's "Attainment of the North "Every Girl Should Know the Right
Pole." Our conclusion is that he Way to Stand, Sleep and Walk," by T. F. HOURIHAN Geo. C. Dolive 4&J47.

s either reached the pole or lied about William J. Cromie; "Such a Pretty .
fThe Girl!" Katharine and Licensed Plumber and
it by Ferguson;
o "A Brittany Summer Fair and Fes- Sanitary Engineer i J T lI [ l.
St. Augustine Meteor says tival." Estimates Attended to. Jobbing <
eleven of the thirteen men on the Fiction and special art features are
Palatka ball team ate paid for their contributed by Juliet Wilbor Tomp- PHONE 629 Phone
: services. They didn't play but nine kins, Fannie Heaslip Lea, Margaret LOG Court Street

here yesterday., Busbee Shipp, Margarita Spalding '
o Gerry, Mary Heaton Vorse, Henry ORLANDO,' FLORIDA I' 248 or 355illMIIMIMttMIIIIMM

Huerta says he resigned from pa- Hutt, Charles C. Curran, and Maud I 4llmHMIIIIMMMMMMMMlil I

a triotic motives and with no thoughtof Tousey FangeL '
personal gain. Wonder if he has

forgotten that $2,000,000 salted down iMmmimifiiHiitimiitiiKODAK " ' " ' ., . ... " i
: in the New York banks?' -

,o FINISHING develqp any size film lOc. I

: An Ohio exchange says,"July is allowed I us develop and prInt :
all over the northern half of
the world to be the warmest monthof your films. An experienced photographer at head oi cur KODAK DEPARTMENT. :

the year." Why allow it? Pass a
M law against it or blame it on the i McELROYS: PHA.RMA.CY -
Democratic administration.
o I Give DS a Trial. Quick Delivery in Dregs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream. I

So far as the fighting against Huerta tliilillliiMlliiilinillMMIMMMIIMIIIIMMIMHMmilMIMIIIMMI '
is concerned, the bloodshed in Mexico We have just received our First

is nearing the end, but there is "
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no assurance that a new revolution I Shipment of New York Conceptions

:I will not break out against the new : .
government, no matter.by whom es- '
! of
Paris Models
expressed in beautiful -
tablished.The .
r' Tampa Times is justly proudof I qualities of '.., :
its magnificent news service, and : ':' ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES .- : +

it is easily the best afternoon paperin '
the state. The.Tn une leads the Commencement Day-an important event in the : Chiffon
morning dailies of Florida and Tam- lives of young people should receive some filling mark .

pa has every right to be proud of its of appreciation encouragement to commemorate the
great newspapers.At occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of Broadcloths

o Jewelry? ,

last a meritorious reason has I 1 .
DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe We invite inspection
been advanced for changing from I you of "what

w Central to Eastern time at Miamiit direct the attention of relatives and friends to -
' will make people go to bed earlier s will be"ultra fashionable for the
t the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this I
and save electricity. It will also save store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new- :

the electric plant fuel, the coat miner est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond :
coal, .and the railroads the exertionof Coming Seas'crtDICK
it. or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values
hauling and assortment.A .

y o visit to our store win be appreciated and involves -
Whether or not a plumbers' trust
no obligation to buy.T.U.vans.
exists in Orlando, that was a sensible
ordinance the city council passed yes-
terday afternoon. It does not requireany .

extraordinary intelligence to diga I -.
ditch with a slight slope in the direction I
I .
of the sewer mains, or to lay .
terra cotta pipe in that ditch and cement I
the joints. The ordinance win .
I result in many property owners lay- KSONIYES{ 00. '

ing their own pipe and effecting a
? saving worth while to some of them.It .
works no hardship on the plumbers the Jeweler

+' because there is a great deal :
more work in the city than they can I DEPARTMENTAL S STORE

,w4 v do with the dispatch necessary'on account OPPOSITE POSTOFFICB
of immident beginning of the
brick paving, and they will be kept I

buay. Any law that lightens the bur. EXPERT REPAIRING AND. ENGRAVING. :
den of the man of moderate means is I

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Mrs. L. H. Query and children left
Wednesday of last week for a visit
ORLANDO, ,FLA. Grillin I with her people at Westminster
i Open 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. II South Carolina. ...- "' .;

1 1 t : Admission 5 cents : Miss Jennie Husband is spending a a '.j

Mr. JTfy Calhoun, of Ocoee, is II : few days with her friend, Mrs. James : II

spending the week in the city, actingas II IIIIIMIIHIiilllllllMMtTODAY'S Hill, of Clermont.Mr. "Get II11 It t llen's"

juryman.Dr. i BUYS AND SELLS PROGRAMRex. and Mrs. Clyde Teasley are the
proud parents of a fine baby boy,
J. F. Maddox' left Wednesdayfor Louis Weber in "An Old
Locket. Clyde, Jim, born Wednesday, July
Daytona Beach, where he will REAL ESTATEIMHMIMMMMIIIIIIM Imp. Comedy. King Baggott and 8, 19J4.
spend most of his time fishing.Mr. Leah Baird in "Mr. and Mrs. Jimo- The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. f I J _

Cestia Lawton will sing Tosti's cence Nestor.Abroad."The" Wrong'Miss Wright." Merritt was gladdened by the arrivalof
"Goodbye" at the Grand theater to a little son, born July 8, 1914.
night. Don't fail to hear him. boo acres south of Winter MRS. -- Mrs. Robinson has been quite sick Show Us Your Watch

Mr.'and Mrs. Arthur Butt and little ;< Garden and west'' of 3IAGRUDER ENTERTAINED this past week but is much improvednow.

son,leave today for Saluda, N. C., to Gotha TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB Fobs-PLEASE sH
> including 10 acre
spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Vick left on
' The The Twentieth Century club was Wednesday for other 'in north
; orange grove. entire points
"The Polly-anna Club" was delight- entertained Summer is the time for
yesterday afternoon you
by Florida and Atlanta Ga.
They contemplate
fully entertained last evening at the / tract covered with H
Mrs. J. B. Magruder, and although going to the mountains of to have a fob, we have one in
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L Beeman.
| yellow pine timber. Two there were fewer members than usual North Carolina.Mr. our assortment that will

Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Fuller returned ; miles of lake shore.iMiimiiiMiiiiiiiiH. present, the meeting was one of S. B. Hull and family returned please you.
,yesterday from a two weeks trip to much
pleasure and interest.
last week from their East Coast trip. D D
Detroit and other points on the Great I. '_ After the reading of the first act They came back from Miami by way r- Our Watch Chains
' Lakes. "' .. of "The Winters' Tale," under the direction of Okeechobee, Bassinger, Bartow and 1, '. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hudson expectto of Mrs. S. E. Ives, the Mexican Kissimmee. They report a very are the best made, we can
leave on Friday for Block Island, MRS. BUMBY ENTERTAINED I situation was discussed, and tater pleasant outing.Mr. furnish any kind you want-
N. H., to spend the remainder of the YOUNG MATRONS CLUB the hostess served a tempting cream and Mrs. Lawrence Smith entertained O those with 20 year guaranteeare
summer. course.
Rev. and Mrs. Steinbachand
_Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stevenson left Mrs. Joe Bumby, Jr., was hostess Those in attendance were Miss Mrs. Wise for dinner Thursday. very modest in price.

Wednesday for Jacksonville and willsail for a pretty and very delightful party Hope Starbuck, Mrs. Coleman, Mrs Douglas and Julian Sadler start < L.n L.
today on the Apache for New yesterday when she entertained' Ives, Mrs. Bunch, Mrs. Whitman,Mrs. this week in their Ford car for an Allen & Co. -
York city. the Young Matrons Card club. Asmany Overstreet, Mrs. Dovel!, Mrs. Mathews overland trip to Colorado Springs. ,

:Wisa Zefa BeH arrived Wednesdayfrom I
Waycross, Ga., to be the guestof tire city. number v>f substitutes participated AU(<<. We wish them & successful Jewelers
Mrs. J. M. Sellers on West Central in the series of bridge DEATH OF MRS M. A. PILLANSMrs. trip and hope it will prove of great

avenue. games, and a guest table was added. benefit to them. Jill Prompt Repairing.
Mrs. H. E. Yelvington and Master The highest score for the afternoonwas M. A. Pillans passed away; Mr. Hewitt and family are enjoying .
Charles. expect to leave today for made by Mrs. Thomas Brodwa- yesterday, after a short illness, at the prospects of the roomy addi- Everything Guaranteed. -
ter. the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. A. tion they are having built. The piersare
New Smyrna to visit her sister, Mrs.C.
0. Williams.Mr. Quantities of exquisite roses, gathered Evans, at 200 East Robinson avenue. all laid and it will be placed in
from the garden of the hostess, For many years Mrs. Pillans has front and connected with the house.
Joe Woodneck expects to leave were used in decorating. made her home here, and during that Messrs. Vick, Hudson, Bowen and
today for Waynesville, N. C., wherehe Aided by her sisters, Mrs. Merck time has won for herself a wide circleof Rich Briley have gone for a week's
will enjoy life in the "Land of the and Mrs. Banschbach, Mrs. Bumby friends, all of whom will be greatly camping to the cypress lakes. .
Sky" for the next two months. served punch, lemon ice, cakes, and grieved at the news of her death. Mrs. Baxter Brock started Tuesdayfor
Mrs. Helen Wright has sold her bon-bons. I She is survived by four children: an extended visit to her home lb. .dJ
bungalow on America street to Mrs. Lee Miller will entertain the : Mrs. H. J. Anderson and Mr. W. P. folks at Midway, Tenn. Mr. Brock nClO[ -

Mrs. A. F. Baumwart, who will make club at its next meeting. Pillans, of Lakeland, Mr. C. P. Pil will join her in a few weeks. ..--
improvements before moving. Among those in attendance yesterday lans, of Ocala, and Mrs. Evans.
Mrs. J. T. Fuller and daughters, were: Mrs. S. D. Terrell, of The body will be taken to Electra, CONWAY .",11.,11111,11111",11,11,1111111111,111., .

Lois and Dorothy, leave today for Lakeland, the house guest of Mrs. Florida, for burial, this morning. Charles E. Piatt has traded his '
Dula Springs, N. C., where they will Merck, Misses Mary Branham and Brief funeral services will be con North Dakota farm for residence ,3lH yur. nfllinP J 'tIt'
spend the remainder of the summer. Rita Lawton, and Mesdames A. L. ducted at the residence this morningat property in Orlando. This exchangewas ,
Mrs. George B. Greenwood and Weathersbee; DeWitt Miller, Gordon 8:30, by Dr. J. W. Stagg, of the made through a Sentinel advertisement ,

Miss Alice Petherly leave today for Wright, Philip Slemons, Alfred Bum Presbyterian church. which brought no less than I

Hiflsboro, N. C., where they will en- by, Thomas Brodwater, Joe Cheney, six or seven offers. Alaska Refrigerator '
joy mountain air for several weeks. Banschbach, and J. N. Merck. PROMINENT INSURANCE MAN Col. R. J. Pratt has been quite ill

of Ar- IN THE CITY from malaria fever but is slowly im Call and it. Will
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horton, ; see sell cheap for cash.
cadia, who have been visiting Mrs. J. BARACA CLASS WILL EAT proving.
for Waynes- CHICKEN FRIDAY Mr. Dickson H. Tharin, of Jackson \\e entertain :. great admirationand
leave today
T. Fuller, '
vile, N. ,c., where they will remain ville, supervisor of agents of the esteem for Mr. Ferris and rejoiceto White Rose Goodsr
until fall. The Baraca class of the Baptist Florida Life Insurance company, arrived learn of his convalescence.Two .
church is planning a big pilau for in the city last night. Mr. Tha of Mr. Simmons' title boys Just
Miss! S. B. Barnett, who is stenographer received another shipment of those
Friday evening at Lake Conway, at rin is one of the best known insurance were quite ill for a few days but are
left for Wednesday the Overstreet for a Crate vacation com, Tanglewood Island, the camp recently: men in the state and has many improving., famous goods from Seeman Bros., New .1
pany, opened by Mr. Tenny and Mr. Dow. friends in Orlando. He will spend There is a revival in progress at York.
to spend most of her time
expecting The boys will leave the Arcade build several days here, looking after the I the Baptist church. Revs. Wrightand
in Chicago ing promptly at five and they are interests of the Florida Life. McDougal are conducting thq
Quite a gust of wind passed up the planning on the time of their lives. service with assistance of ministers

main street ,yesterday afternoon, 3d. Allen and some of the others will MASTER MASONS from Pine Castle and Kissimmee.An : THE SANITARY GROCERY
which lifted the big sign of W. H. leave earlier in the afternoon and get evangelist held forth last week

Brokaw, the nurseryman, from its 'things cooking" and supper will be Orlando Council Royal and Select for three nights at the school house. I. CARUTHERS & GORE
resting place. ready soon after the crowd gets Master Masons will hold regular communication Mr. Hodges' fifteen acres will soon
Mr. Allan Weathersbee made a business there. A cordial invitation is ex. Thursday, 16th inst. All be ready for trees. Phone 200 6 &: 8 E. Pine Street
trip to Jacksonville Tuesdayand tended to all young men who do not members take due notice. The Overstreet-Conoly tract of ten I

was due to reach Orlando early attend Sunday school anywhere else JOSEPH DAWSON, T. I. M. acres will make a beautiful grove

yesterday' morning, but when he to go with the Baptist boys Friday when oft to trees. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
awoke he found himself in Lakeland. evening. CHELSEA 7750" AT LUCERNE Mr. and Mrs Miles Simmons and

}lr. W R. O'Neal and daughter, THEATER ittte: son visited relatives at St. Cloud FUNERAL DESIGNSliiHIItlMIIIIIIIIIMIItllilllilt ..
Miss Mabelle O'Neal, expect to leave Among the pleasant callers at this Saturday and Sunday. ddm
Chelsea 7750, original dramaof
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Winnipeg, Mr. Arthur A. Wright Simmons the fourth
office spent
Saturday for Indianapolis, yesterday were the underworld, thrilling from .
'St. Paul and'Chicago. Mr. O'Neal Richmond and son, Mr. Donald C. start to finish, featuring Henry E. with relatives at St. Cloud and Robert , )
few Dixey, Laura Sawyer and House Peters went to Fort Meade. jilHHIiMMHIHHIHHHHHHHHHHHHillitlUGRAND
as the supreme representativeof Richmond. They are spending a
goes ,
will be shown at the Lucerne to
the Grand Lodge of the Knights of weeks at Maitland, where they are The Redditt boys were over for a :

Pythias of Florida.) making some improvements to their day.This is another of those Famous few days planting sweet potatoes. ;; 13
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hand leave today property. In order to keep posted Players films which have pleased the These are busy days for the farmers VIEW abiJ1 k.no .
with the in Orange county Orlando public so much of late, and who are saving fodder between ,a :1od19
Mich. to spend some
for Battle Creek, which although shown at the Lucernefor
time. Mr. Hand has been in ill health they will read the Sentinel at their five and ten cents, play for not showers. 9'9igd[ fnI I
for quite a while and his friends hope home in ,Chatham, New Jersey. less than twenty-five cents elsewhere.The We hear the chug-chug of the motor ; i'I J" 1'1Etuo
beneficial play sounds every depth of the boats daily o'n the waters of Lake bnc
that the change will prove very underworld, discloses its secrets, its ,
and that he will return in the FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk methods and emotions, and penetratesthe Conway. We will be delighted when Newest and most hotel i''t'2 fit: c
fall in the best of health. cows. Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, intricate labyrinths of the sub- the boulevard around the lake is completed up-to-date do,
Fla. merged half. Dixey is featured as an from Pine Castle to Conway. '
Heights t'R9
eminentl, able and conscientious detective I This will make an ideal drive for : Canton. Situated on Academy !:
Eat what you want Eat what you want. and is very ably supported by
Eat all you want. Eat all you want. Laura Sawyer and House Peters.In autos. Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River; '
Take a postscript and forget it. Take a postscript and forget it. connection with the above a Mrs. J. A. Garrett and her mother,
For sale by all druggists. For sale by all durggists. Royal comedy, entitled "Tango Troubles Mrs. Bolton, reached their home at : One of the finest views in Wes"tern '
l-7-d&w-lyi l-7-d&w-lyr ," will be shown. Valley. ::
the foot of the Blue Ridge in safety, 1' I
but late news received reports their North Carolina. first. '
flMMMMMMINIIIIHMIiHHMMMIIMIIMMHHMMMIMMMMMMtttt HUH, health not so good. 1: Open July ; :


TODAY Mrs.morning Sarah for B.her Livengood home in left Charleston Monday --,- : MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, .!

W. Va. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Livengood returned 620d&CANTON N. C.
the latter part of the week ,
from Daytona. II
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Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Fuller
"Chelsea 7750," a metropolitan mystery produced by spent last Wednesday at the home of
Mrs. Adele Franklin, in Taft. DRESSMAKINGPlain We insure your life and loan you
the Famous Players Film Company E. on real estate at 6 cent
/featuring Henry Mrs. Rose Douglas, of Orlando, I money interest. Guarantee Life & Loan per Co.,

Dixey, Laura Sawyer and House Peters. Another twent- spent Thursday among old friends tailoring.and fancy Prompt dressmaking delivery andladies' Curry- Building, Tampa,3-25-d&wtf Fla.

five cent picture for i Jive and ten cents. here.Mr.. Paul Macy, with his squad of !and satisfaction guaranteed. Cheney
carpenters, is busily engaged on the I building, upstairs. Phone 443.
house being erected for Mr. Gray MRS. ERTRUDE C. DAVIS.
"Tango Troubles, a Royal comedy. Rush, on Lake Conway.The 7152m. DIED LAST NIGHT

Ladies' Aid of the Baptist

LUCERNE DAILY NEWS. church gave a social Saturday for the Don't wait for every one In town to Cor. Moth and Roach Sts.,
benefit of the building fund of the have Entrican, the painter, before
church. you try. Am too busy to look you John Bedbug and His Entire
That Dollar Box of and the Pass will be new up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
Candy given awayagain ; ; Baptist services were held in Union job. 120tfThe FamilyAn

tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. ; ; chapel Sunday by Rev. E. A. Milton, I over dose of G. Co.
of Kissimmee. Newell Electric Company has

first HOOT, 10 Cents Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents \ moved from the Arcade building on was of the it all cause
If your paper Is not, :delivered East Church street to their new quarters -
promptly, don't fail to notify the offictm at 25 East Pine street. 7-15-lw FOR SALE BY GROIERYS
To-night is All children
laughing night. under twelve free.

PORTO RICO sweet potato vines for If you want your bicycle fixed in Qt. 35(., Gal $1.00
. . sale, $1.75 per M. J. G. Tyner, hurry take it to Wannan's Repair I
Kfrn 1HRfrA RI1 Pine Castle, Fla. 7-15-lw Shop. 12+tf. !


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Notice of Let Wanted For. Sl., F.r
Rent. tt, for this 'column, the for one day .
x t+Oe for tfem &tys or 11.00 for oat week forIi
4 _I worfe or leu. lioaey mwt Ateoamny
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r r: : Nirsery stock, one, two, three and -.

: For the convenience of the public we will keep : four Pineapple year, Java old ,buds Hoaosassa; Foster, Washington Early-, \ -

:: our drug store open all night. An experienced : Navel. Address Mrs. K.Kahlq
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf Royal Cement
Agaliie Plaster and Perfection Lime
: druggist will constantly be :in charge. WE NEV. : ,

'I 1 Georgia peaches, wholesale or retail -
1 : Fresh every day. Also have
.1 PROMPT, DEPENDABLE, COURTEOUS. i:. fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, atKing's Statement of the Condition of the
: store 47 West
grocery Church
I street.
!. The Georgia Man, Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

FOR SALE-20 acres, on a clean ,
.I clear lake. Good land, all improved. Orlando, Fhu,

Five room house and outbuildings. At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
dose in. Must be sold by owner in
; : The CITY DRUG STORE 30 days. Reasons for selling. Address RESOURCES. ,

I A. B., care Sentinel 7-14-3t
1 Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36
} : J. L. DEAN, Proprietor. FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34

I fence posts. See L N. Lewis, 406 Stocks and Bonds . . . . . .'-. ... . . . . 26,01833
i : Orlando, Florida S. East street. 7-14-lmo Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. _. _ _ _ 1 Cash on Hand and_Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
']1'% :z :: YlI'lI'lI'Jl:11'IJl:1rII': : :: : : '' !!' !l'I FOR SALE-Kitchen roadster
,.. .. .... ; rare
bargain; recently completely overhauled -
and made good as new in every $724,185 88
DAILY SPORT LETTER Moore who made "five hits for four part; guaranteed first class condition LIABILITIES.

hk; r each in the first inning." In other ..erifi;- must. Come'be sold, or lit address once,,even White'at Capital Stock . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . $100,000 00

:1 (By Frank G. Menke) words, Mr. Moore seems to have Roek Poultry Firm, Leesburg Fla. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

New York, July 15.-They played a poked our four circuit smashers.If r23-tf Re-Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None

game of baseball over on those dear he did, we'll go our "expert" in Bills Payable . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . None
old British Isles some weeks ago, one stanza, one farther in the bou- WANTED- exchange Vose piano, Deposits . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47
with the following result: quet idea. Well heave a hot housat ereeords.Piano in good condition, for Victrola and Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,55506
Inning. Mr. Moore. He's got it coming if may be seen at For-
mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, r
Teams. 1st. 2nd. Total he did really execute these five home Fla. $724,185 88

England _________ 66 106 172 ,
I runs.Continuing Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . .
Wales ----.------ 39 57 in his description, cur WANTED-Couple to live on country ; $291,393 48
(Game called on account of 961 I"expert" assures the populace that: place. Call or address, 400 West Reserve required by Law .. . . . . .. . 116,533 89 .
Central 'avenue.WANTED .
( general weariness of the players af', "Smart ,fielding and accurate returns -
r ter the second inning.) to the various basemen are im PARTNER, with an auto Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

& Commenting on the attempt made portant features, but as the bill fa mobile, for an engineering proposi- Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01
; by the Welsh gang to overcome a 133 nearly always in the air the necessityfor tion. Good profits. Address B. J., Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
care Sentinel
run lead in their half of the second, a well cut and rolled field does not

one of the English newspapers said: arise." DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,91148
i "The Welshmen never looked like Judging from the number of runsmade sewing of all kinds, and work ready
making the 134 runs needed to win it would be safe to assume that when promised, at room No. 6, overEstes' The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavorsto
drug store. Misses Keen
w the game, but they tried hard. H.I{ "the ball was nearly always in the Baldwin. persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
Evans, of the Grange Gasworks, and air," and, no doubt, last seen when treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
_ E. Seer, of the Phil Harriers, who I disappearing over the fence, in case WANTED-Position as nrrse in con- Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
cases, general nursing
I or
was captain of the team, executed they used fences in that game. housekeeper. Best refer Jces. Phone safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
the most noble work, for they recorded "An attractive feature of the game"we 515. J 7-8-5t

t 13 runs each, as the result of their are told "is that there is no wasteof YOUNG LADY
of 16 wants to do
labors, but the side was out in 57 time. As each batsman makes his housework
-r general in good home.
l xl runs." i stroke and reaches first, second or Information y MMIIMHIIIIilllllllllU
at Sentinel office. OSTEOPATHY I I
1 the situation I home base the be the Trees I
i' H ffa JmSerstand as case may Griffing's
1 Messrs. Evans and Seer messed up next batter is ready to do his bowl LOST-One two year old bay colt, Give Results Shoe Repairing ; ;
L, the opposing pitcher to such an ex- ing. weighs about 1,000 pounds. Any
tent that they were gien the privilege Refreshments, in the form of tea, 7-11-lw information kindly notify this office. I DR. J. C .HOWELL Order your ROSES and ARBORVI- by PARCEL POST !

f ofr tinning around the bases 13 were served throughout the contest. Hours, 10.12,13-5, and by appointmentNo TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow.

times each and that divers and sun- FOR RENT extra charge for house treatment Office opposite P. 0. I Men's Half Soles, 75C to Ssc ,

"(. dry other of their team mates contributed Telephone connections GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTS Ladles Half Soles, 60c to 75cChildren'
's the other 31 runs that were VEALTIIOF( HAIR FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Once cor. Orange and Central A Yee.I One reason: *Half Sole*, sOcto 750
tallied during the final half inning of W. E. Stevenson's, Delaney I '
: Hand Turned Soles, ? .eN
The the best and
street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- DR. F. C. BOARDMAIt Griffinil are
,,t- the pastime. enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. most experienced propagaters Heels Repaired, 2$cAll
However, neither of the Welsh Parisian Sage Makes Thin LifelessHair DENTISTBoardman in the state, and one or more work returned in 24 hours.
Soft and Abundant. of the five are always on the
messieurs need conceited about FOR RENT-Two office Ordtrs without remittance returned -
rSc get Beautiful hair, thick soft, fluffy, spaces in ground.
F what they did. A few of their English lustrous, and free from dandruff, is our store at No. 9 W. Church street Building I C. 0. D. We pay
Come in and we will show Pierce W, H BROKAW return postage.
of woman's you.
k r opponents went them slightly one greatest charms, yetso Electric Co. I
better in the run making business. many have streaked, thin and life 3-29-tf Office Hours: Salesman I
1 In the first inning L. Higgins made 15 less hair and thik there is no remedy.Pretty 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 Grapefruit and Orange Trees A. Hanson
hair is largely a matter of TO RENT-Some very desirable modern I
runs and J. Barron 14, while in the houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. Telephone 540. 19 East Pine Street
5 second contributed 25 care.Frequent application of Parisian 4-26-tf
Higgins .
inning ----- --- --
Sage well rubbed into the is all ORLANDO FLSHBA \ \
) runs and Barron aided his side by scalp NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Who is your painter and decorator?
that is needed-it acts like
r ambling around the bases twenty it tonight-you will really be magic.surprised Try- MISCELLANEOUSDYNAMITING potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. U you are satisfied keep the one you ,MMIMMiMMMMIMMMRead
Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrian, -
times. with the result Not will the
only done in all its branches.
Co., Apopka, Fla. -24tf"T" Ne 636. 1-20-tf the advertisements daily.
hair become sift, fluffy, raidant with
One of our English' brethren, who .
life and really doubly beautiful, but Clearing land is our specialty. :_ _ _ ,..-
has been given the title of "baseball all dandruff disappears, falling hair Let us do your work. Estimates niMMMMMMMMHMIMid
expert" by the editor in chief of the and itching scalp cease-your head cheerfully given. L N. Lewis, 406
t on which he works, wrote an feels fine. '
paper S. East street. 7-14-lmo
article about baseball after the afore- All druggists sell a large bottle of
Parisian Sage for fifty cents. Get it IT'S TIME ii UP i "HOUSE
mentioned game was over. If youdon't from McElroy's Pharmacy, he will ftlllliltlHIIMIilllilMFor
believe that this fellow is an refund the money if you are not seal
expert on baseball, and knows all thins e

submit and evidence outs of, the the said evidence game being, we fied.T.. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Sale ,

2, Orlando. 3.6-ti f FURNISHING ( IN REAL( L
the explained article the that game he wrote to in those which who he OR Q QUESTION

didn't bow much about it-and who

perhaps don't much more now, EXCHANGEFive

': Here"Baseball is the lacks article the, in stately part: dignity For Sale Room House, "built E.A.EL'\TES'J I : :'

of cricket. It is a strenuous and hustling of cement blocks 24x36, ;

if not a highly skillful game. Cartright shingles, two \ Our stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

It has many merits. It should appealto \ Modern 8-room lots delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

S a public whose ideas have been 100x150, some young to find just what want at prices that are reasonable
speeded up by professional football i House 2 doors peach, orange and grape- ; pleasure you

"The impressoin that this match west of Wyom- fruit trees. Driven well \ in every sense of the word. -
conveyed was that a splendid eye is
needed for success as a batsman. The i ling Hotel Bar- 200 feet.

bat, which is no more than three anda Address ; CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
half inches wide, is held at right ; gain.

:b angles to the body, chest high." Box 424, to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense oj join-
Then the expert goes on to describe
some of the rules of the game. Hereis A. L ; ing clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
Bentley Kissimmee
i Florida
the description of one rule, but it I I ,
feature .
must be one they concocted in Eng- ; ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE 6.8-lm ; ; you.MMMIM

land. No one seems to know any- : ,. .. IIIMIJI . .ntlMHIIttlilllHIIHiHilHIit
thing about it ,over here: ... I '1 illlllllMIIMMMMIMMWE .
"A batter is allowed to miss only

i one ball which the umpire passes asa I! MIMtMMMMMIIHIM> : FIT GLASSES GRIND LENSES
good one. On a second offense he is I
ruled out"Can I
KincaidFurniture& Snovvden
any one imagine what would I FLY TIME ,,
happen if some umpire tried to "rule i i t ,
1 out" Heinie Zimmermann after he Are those windows screened ,
had taken only two swipes at the I i > yet? Patented detach- ,,
.; ball? i! ; able hangers used on all .. of Characterat

"The greatest excitement develops"i j ; ; screens. No ladder needed ..
declares our English "expert," when i > to take off or put on !
only two or three men remain not out, I I ; when washing windows. Popular Prices. .. .. ...!

'A for then hard hitting and quick ; R.J.WALDRON DR. L H. RAMSOEU
; dashes to the home base become a I OPTOMETRISTSuccesaor *
;, necessity. 1 t! Contractor and Builder ( to Dr.- 0. P. Likua) Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida

Our "expert" tosses bouquets at i 410 West StreetMllttltMIIIIIIMIIMH

one of the.English players named F. \. ORLANDO, FLORIDA I \\\\\ m=i''1'1'11"' I''" n==Hollll mm:=m"" tjjj j t ?




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MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR. have a fine Chef and serve the best

FULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town.

Condensed Specifications .

Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, casten Rooms with bath $1.00.
bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;
axles-front,1-beami rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12-
inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter Special rates for room and board by the

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week.
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver .

y V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side \ '.' r '

V tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. ,

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors I

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WINTER PARK iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiMf.. ., " " ..,IIIMittHi
Fare$3DAt !
Master Charles Ward observed his I
eleventh birthday anniversary last S. Y BETWEEN t
Saturday by inviting number of .
young friends and Sunday school IEVELAND .

teacher to his home, Lakemont, to BARGAINThree Cleanliness Of i
spend the afternoon in games, and a QualityFRESH

general good time. Refreshments of

sandwilfhes, olives, wafers, ice cream ten acre tracts on AND SALT MEATS

and cake were served. THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" Orlando and Kissimmee road, FISH AND GAME
Rev. C. E. Enlow preached at the
U>(th,,500 feet;breadth 98 fay(lodur.510 itatooomi and pulon McoModitug 1500 only two and half miles
< Presbyterian church, Orlando, last LU.iimlwrfih.wcdd.. Crates ia e Sunday morning and evening in the ; la.erTkjun.lSUi. from the post office, Orlando.

absence of the pastor, Rev. Dr. Stagg. Daily-BUFFALO Magnificent Steamm"SEEANDBEE.and CL VELAND-M.yi.ttoDec.it"Gty of ErU"MM!"City of Buffalo" Will sell one or all. The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh. I

The Congregational and Methodist Le.TeB.4JoAmreOerekad. ';00 P.M. 'LaftCJewJ.d . ':00 P.M.7JOA.H.. price will double when the and pure.
Sunday schools are holdnig their an- 7.30A.M. Aniv.Bagalo . (
nual picnic at Lake ,Howell today, ce..ee,0..aato.rela.d6xNt. (Euten Standard Time) brick road is laid. Other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We hare
.BayToledoDetroitaadafpfl Y.adSoatLWMt.1W1road
Thursday. de .......g'*-....ad CeftWMl...goal fWtnuplrudo._....""- small everything in the Meat Line.
Ask;-bcfc tau for fccbuw C.k B.Low. Write.far la.udiciIIe'i1Jumatei beo m free. tracts for grove pur-
Ground is broken and the materialis THE CLEVELAND A BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland 0. poses at buying values. Also I
being placed for the new meat
\\r L market:,and bakery to be erected by .- desirable groves and city The PARLOR MARKETH.

and for the use of Mr. Luther Daet- property at prices that com
wiler. It ,is to be red pressed brick
front with cement block Asides, 35x45 attention. M. Self & Co.

feet in size, and will make a very attractive .

our business and district.substantial addition\ to Cooper & Atha i PINE STREET

Mrs. Denning is home again
May Phone
No. 80
114 South
Oranre Are, Ground Flaw
from her visit and vacation in St. Pe- i

tersburg and vicinity.Mr. Phone No. 311 1"'I"'I'II"II"IIIIII"'IIIIII"'I.r'I' --
Raymond Ward was back in

the ,store several days while genial

"Gene" was recuperating from the effects Just arrived car load ;' 1"'II"II"IIIIIIII'IIII"I"'lt"'I'I"1111111111,1"' ,.." ,'
ot the fourth and other ail-
mentS if FORDS for immediate -

Our blacksmith, Mr. Bryant, is
back at work after a four months lay delivery. r ,

off.) W. M. SLEMONS
We scarcely recognize our familiar yours nowF. F
autos: "Parcel Post" and "Quick De:

,livery,"I after their new coat of paint G. RUSH,

'and,overhauling.Dr.. C. E. and Mrs.. Coffin have gone Phone 226 New Goods Arriving Daily

to Nebraska on a business trip and

1 'vacation. They expect to be away
about a'month.
Rev. J. Harold Dale and family are
expected at the home of his parents,
3Iayor and Mrs. Philip Dale, this
week for a visit and vacation trip. We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. .

*.He is pastor of the Congregational
made by Schloss Bros. of Baltimore.
"King Quality" Shoes.
} church at Billerica, Mass., where he

,has been for the past eleven years. Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
? Being graduate of Rollins, many of
the residents of Winter Park will remember Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co. ;

: him and be glad to greet him 4 Co. Best
: place in the' city to trade.
Mrs. Girard N. Denning has been

on the sick list for a few days but is ,
,around again.IN '


i A reporter always wears a straw M i
It hat with a bow in the back and wins mmldyr

't a girl And he is always,an eye-wit- 'JIIIIIIIIIIII."II'III"IIIIIIII.II'm"UI --

|t ness to the big items.It .
is really a wonder that villains

;robbing a safe do not wear gloves.

1 They ought to know by this time that !
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they leave their finger prints that can I
%be detected by the first sleuth who II
I '
:'comes along armed with a pocket 111I1 Ifill 1111I ISt
magnifying glass. Low Round Trip RatesFROM
It is no trick at all for a preacherto n
perform a wedding ceremony the IFlsr"
behind the sue;. . $37.75 t kai. $43.M aac.el1. .$33." rve
standing couple. Dater . SLW St.Nil . 58.75 Lrantb. . 3l.se
Every artist has a model, always I CtUnfa Snip U.M Dmlatfc . 11.50 i.. in. . % .$
: StkUkiCty7161: Wiuvtf . .71.75 Erumb 3Z.zs That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
: in trouble with model and . T.... . . 31.31
gets the TsUattaa 7I.M 4LM li&uiKG*
FwtltaJ . 10UI Hwtml . 55.45 rratb Lick . KM swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of deanliness.That's .
paints. . . . . .
1 SeaItII 1NM P.t.kay sua ToW.tSJX 41.10 housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
1 Lee AIpIee Ibckmc .5SM Dctnl . 0.51Sufrucilcl. why the Gas Range appeals to
About one-third way through a . U.5$ 3.0a .. .47M CLatetqu . 4740 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
,'rollicking comedy somebody belts Glade rark SITS Milan Fib .47.40 M..tb Can 50.90
["somebody else with a barrel stave, Low rata to other points b ColonJo California,Canada,Mmae. time and properly cooked.
iota Michigan ll>.Great Like and Rocky Moontanu. Proportionallylow Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
which results in fun the State.Tck.b .
other in
galore. rate pouts
fop the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
also "Starve
grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and
A man's valet always meddles with ou.ele cIai17.UDti1 September 30. Return limit Oct.31.
stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
Ms employer's liquors and cigars,
LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
enlightens us Common People as to I'' Coins through St.LOOM returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cod and comfortable.
i what. valet is for.-Ex. or rice em. 1.iberaI1topooYcn.all tickets.
p l through train daily choice of three different
,l route
Tine daily trams to th.Mothwerf through N.
} wOrkana
/ The City Drug Store is at your ser- l UavxctUed dining car acme*. Fast tim... Orlando Water & LightCompany | j
1 Tic both day and night. Prompt, RockUnatt No Ant No dirt. for kaadiomo, Jin
( booklets of nammtt tomt retort rate alocp
[dependable, courteous. tf lag car tonrtatioM and oth r mfatmbe..addron.H.CBRETKEY .
:' 4sY: Gas Department
|i fkI .Rubber' made to order at ,
.= llama__&a.I.1H .
Shop. .
r lwieel6vt'0.17 FtM at F. F. atton'.itf., San- __ W....,$.... mm

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to the general exodus of federals be- \
or 1 we never trl, gan with the embarking of horses and

&e; never succeed Jfwe cattle.
Conferences between federal and

.; oZincoln.F constitutionalist generals at Guaymas g s tr c i it

relative to the exchange of prisoners

-ry continued throughout the day and the .
negotiations practically have been ,:ur; f:' :{? :t }:'i

completed, the federal commander reserving -
the right to certain excep-
tions when his transfers are made.

The California and the destroyer Pre- : ::
v. .;/ NEVER AGAIN! t ble departed today for La Paz, Lower ,- .-rv, llr Saiiiitii
California, where it is expected the !: ; : ;
Never again win you enjoy the dollars you have al. federals and insurgents will agree on :

ready spent. They are gone-what can yon show for the joint support of Carranza.
them? Colonel Gomez, a Zapatista officer, J Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the

z It's the dollars who has taken charge of Acapulco in Ii I! 1 I U. S. Currency shows I
; you save and bank here at 4 per cent. the name of the constitutionalists,has ,

I compound interest that give of future .
assurance comp promised protection to all foreigners.His

forts and better business opportunities.Isn't forces there consist of 2,000 men. Deposits, June 30, 1914 $373.286.00 t
The evacuation of Guaymas by the
this one fact sufficient inducement to begin save .:
federals will have the effect of reopening Increase since last ,
ing AT ONCE,-to bank regularly in our Savings Department the large Southern Pacific our pub- -'
statemEat March
Y ? railroad shops at Empalme on the :. ,
1911, $5'J 53' aftl5
f outskirts and result in the restorationof

The State lank of Orlando through service between Nogales,

Ariz., and Tepic, capital of the state
h of thai name. : Increase 12 in past I.SI 24': 1 ) (9 :

'. The Japanese cruiser Idzumo left months, 4TIE
1 Manzanillo today for Mazatian. ; J

s . ... '.
z -
-:< -
r". r + Fr- .t' Rebels Can Enter HoursEl Capital in Few f REASON r. i

'JI.t tour Account Wit Paso, Tex., July 15.-In case ofa : :.t. For our continued growth is known to our .. J

8: n ment sudden, constitutionalist fall of the Huerta troops govern-can en- depositors. Are you one of them, yet ? ':.;.:',.:,. ..",..:

ter Mexico City within a few hours,
.' -- according to revolutionary agents 3 jJt ( :.t ii
j tiMIIIIMIIIIIilfttliMinillllMllllltlilMillMt t'herel: This would prevent, they say, .
the much feared reign of disorder at . .. .. .
COWPEAS ranza the national government! capital could before be the estab-Car ... ' : ,, :..,.:. .. . : :..! .... \: :_ ..: :... .. ... :,. .. : :.... ., .:-': .. ...,.t.--... ... :....., .: '. :.:. : :: ,. I Ia

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lished. a .
.0. A PN. .
It already has been arranged, it ; ;} .. ; t.- D L
;, ; 1 ''''' '' ... .. : . , '; /J :
was said, that troops under Gen. . :. ; < : ',
Candido Aguflar would reach the city
We have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB first. Aguilar's 4,000 troops are deployed ::: :::'::;/ X.):. '"':: ::r-: :':::;'" ::; : :. : .. :. :- : .. .. . :.. .
: : ? ; ; :.
between Tuxpam and Oriza- : : : < : -; ../ ;< '.;.;;. .... ;:: .. :.;: :.::< ::
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming ba, and.it was asserted would be in a "
position to each Mexico City within
quantity desired. Price sure right. twelve hours.

: \ We carry constantly a full line of crate material of Probably the second army to reach MMMtMMIMMHMMMIMMMMMMMIMIIilllHM>ltlttttiltllliMiMHilllMIIIMMillliigillliHMIIIIiiHiMiHtlllM tiM \
the national capital would be that of lttllMIMttMHIiillllMIIIMIMIMMMIIIIIIHHiitttittitIMIIIIIIIH;

aB kinds. General Obregon, which recently took .
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car Guadalajara.
The division under General Villa,
} riers, etc. Phones 181191. which he has moved north into Chi-

huahua, could not reach Mexico City
for several weeks. GRAND THEATRE H



: 5-i5-tf. Famine and COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN i i'tMIMitiimiMIMIMillMtntMMtMlltMlliMiMIMMMI8l
S Washington, July -
disease threaten to drive the Domin-
: *+* ***, i.
ican rebels from their stronghold in

Puerto Plata, from which President
..il.IIIIIIIIIII.III.I.illlllll..I.III. .,.
W .lt Bordas has been unable to dislodge TODAYCestia

k them during a campaign of several

We Will Put the Reins months.Washington Captain reported Eberle today of the that cruiser food Lawton will sing Tosti's "Goodbye. Mr.

4 1 of Success in Your and water were very scarce and that |: :: : Lawton's previous work and reputation speak for themselves -
the death rate was increasing in con
i sequence. ,
f1 Hands Otherwise today's dispatches reflected -

the situation as being in the "A Singular Cynic," a good drama in two parts.
chaotic and indecisive state
How? By furnishing you with which same has led the United States to "
mobilize marines at Guantanamo. "The Plot That Failed, a Powers powerful pho-
a perfect Fertilizer our -
representative of the
General Victoria, a nephew II to-play.

call on you. He will give you a former president, is said to have cast ivv
his lot in with President Bordas,
formula that will make and mature thereby increasing the federal forces One more good picture. Can you beat it? .

by 100 men.Captain .
your Eberle reported frequent

; federal fire was heard on the west THAT ORCHESTRA

side of the bay, but that the rebels

did not reply. Desultory firing was

{tY T nm rn f Ferflers r r Co.r also Captain the heard town.Russell from the on west the and battleship southof i! CHILDREN 5c;. :-: ADULTS lOc. } .

I off Haytien reported -
South Carolina, Cape I FRIDAY-Florence Turner in "The Murdoch
ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA conditions there unchanged, II
with occasional shots fired to the Trial," in four big reels.MMMIMMMIIIIIMIitMIMIMIM.
'11"'II"t.t '. .f""II"I'I'III'III""llllltj south and east of the town.

MRS. BESSIE J. WAKEFIELD , , HtlMIMttlHillllill '.

r. New Haven, Conn., July 15.-Mrs E.; Kelly, D. A.; Leggett, A. C.; Me-I

; The Pen That CAN'T Leak Bessie J. Wakefield was today under placedon Donald Oliver,J.Mr.; McMillan and Mrs., Percy Frank;; Main,, JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
Y, trial for a second time an Merton; Mathers, J. c.; Martin, G.I
in the LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D., Lilt. D., LL D., President
indictment charging murder W.; Montgomery Elder 0.; Perkins,
The original Moore's Non-Leakable fountainpen first degree, in causing the death of J. W.; Pitris, J. E.; Ross, W. L; Sheffield THE BEST SCHOOL TOO IS HONE iOOOO FOR YOUR CHILDREN
W. A.; Sutton, J. A.; Sparkman -
is the one always, satisfactory, under her husband William 0. Wakefield, Steve; Sightler, Marshall; Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25.
all conditions.' Out of over a hundred sold at Cheshire, June 23, 1913. She was Smith, John, Sr.; Shrader, Jos.; Slat- 40 Professor and Instructor College of Liberal Art
17 University Buildings College of Law
convicted of the murder October 31 ter, John; Smith, E.; Thomas. Rev.J. 28 Acre Campus College of Technology
by us in less than a year, all with an unlimited and sentenced to be hanged March 4 C.; Veal, H. W.; Wood, W. D.; 469 Students Last Year College of Business
Wood, A. S.; White, W. E.; Watson, 11.000.094 Endowment Preparatory Academy
guarantee, only one has been returned last, but upon an appeal was granteda James; Ward, H. S.; Wood, Hay; $10.000 23,500 Volumes Pipe Organ in Library School School of of Music Mechanic Art
and it was the mamufactur- I new trial. Whitford, G. R.; Williams, E. W.; 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Art
James Plew, who actually killed Wayman. D. B.; Wheeler, B. F.; Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School
ers, without question. A pen with such a convicted in a sepa- Washington, Arthur. Separate Dormitories for young men and young women. Careful administration
Wakefield, was Women's List-Bryant, Miss Co- and thorough supervision. Christian and not sectarian teaching.
r record is worthy cf your further enquiries. rate trial and was executed. Mrs. rinne; Bishop, Mrs. W. H.; Brown, For catalog or views, for information or for room reservation address D,
Wakefield and. Plew had been close Miss Sophie; Brown, Miss. Maggie; JOHN .B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. FLOlUDA
friends. The state alleged in the first Bowens, Mrs. Lasoonia; Burnett, Let-
tie; Burton, :Mrs. J. S.; Clair, Mrs.
W. S. BRANCH Wakefield that the wo
trial'of Mrs.
y Soonks; Coulter, Miss Margaret; Car-
man's was the master mind in a plotto raway, Miss Myrtle; Campbell Mrs.;
kill Wakefield. Coates, Mrs. A. G.; Freeman, Mrs.
The ,Arcade leek and Music Store I Lizzie; Godfry, Annie; Goodzinsky, WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL 11
--- Mrs. S. M. ((2)); Giddens Mrs. L. B.;
M. J.; Harvey, Miss Roberta; John-
SUMMER ? of letters remaining uncalled son, Mrs. J. G.; Lancaster, Miss Lon- FOR WOMEN
4 His old horse died and his mule went for in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla., ale; Miller Miss Myrtle; Morgan, .
lame, for the week ending July 11th, 1914. I Mrs. Isabel McSimon Mrs A. V.; TALLAHASSEE.College
And he lost his cow in a poker game.A The Sentinel will be mailed upon When calling for same please say Offord, Mrs.; Hattie; Prather, Mary of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
tydone'tame one summer day to subscriber "advertised." School of :Music; School of Expression;
a request any tempo- Ellen Sullivan, Miss Maud Simon,
; ; School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and Divisions; liberal Art:
And blew his house and barn away; rarily leaving the city, and the ad- Men's List-Anderson, Thomas; Mrs. Marry; Smith, Mrs. Magie; School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
Then an earthquake followed to- makeit dress will be Akers, Martin L; Bailey, W. J.; Bise, Wellman, Rachel; Wilson, Mrs.; pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Di
good changed as often as de W. A.; Boyd R. F.; Bowen, A. P.; I Walker, Mrs. Mamie, Young, Mrs. modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormitories vision; Graduate School Ten new brick buildings -
And swallowed the ground where his sired. In requesting a change always Balls, F. C.: Company, Royal Sales; have all modern conveniences; new besides gymnasium swimming pool and
M. J.
dining room and kitchen most hygienic many subsidiary buildings 11 officers, instructors -
4 house had stood; give both the old and new address. Church, M. E.; Cowan, Freddie; Car-. Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 854 young men l
And then the tax collector came ter, Floyd F.; Dupree, Rev.; Douglas, and 12 states last session. tarn 47 Florida counties and 24 .States and
around F. H.; Davis, Anthony (3)); Floom- WOOD, COAL AND ICE TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
And charged him up. :with the bole:ina Buy your garden seed from DeLaney misky, A.; .Greenblatt, M. A.; Hos,J Wood, $L50 a strand up. Hand's year SchooL'1124.00.Board For and eatalopi entrance writ fees for the $13150 TUITION per year FREE,Write Board today and Entrance for catalogue Fees
the ground. & Abernethy Just received A J. L; Henderson, Johnnie; Jordan, EDWARD CONRADI, President. A. A MURPHRER President.i .
Exchange. big shipment of fresh seed. 8-13-tf J. D.; Keyser, H. J.; Krouskoff, M. Cpl Yard, phone.566. f 9-31-tf

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