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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 17, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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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: VID00383
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.)
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: THE. MORNING SENTINEL



I I THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODt LIKES TO READ AT THE BREAKFAST TABLE. YOU GET ALL OF THE VERY LATEST NEWS JUST AS IT HAPPENS

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

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VOLUME. TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. NUMBER 135.

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RANZA IF HE MAKES 1
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'I PEACE CHANGE CLAIM OF THE TRIAL HAD i! FOR KILLING EDITOR

f. Barstow Pitched Great Game for SAVING BEGUN
Trying to Decide Whether They Want

N 1 DDffi OR _mOTlNG IN MEXICO CIIY Palatka but His MatesC4u1dn't Federal or State Prosecutionas MOST DRAMATIC SINCE D FffUS TRIAL l

t ScoreA (EXCHANGE[ S SUCCESS[ IN A CTIONINISDEPENDENT SEVERAL WITNSSS[ [ HAD nSTlRrn Their Portion

"WATCHFUL WAITING" TO CONITINUE .
THE
DETAILS OF THE CRIME
AT WASHINGTON AND home run from Clyde Pounds' New York, July 16.-Special.-( ) WHICH
bat in the seventh of the SHIPPERS MAR- DEFENDANTS ENTERED THREATENED STABILITY
TROOPS WILL REMAIN AT inning second PLEA At the conclusion of the meeting of
game between Palatka and KETED BIG MAJORITY OF OF NOT GUILTY TO CHARGEOF the directors of the New York, New OF THE FRENCH REPUB-

:VERA CRUZ UNTIL PERMANENT Loughman yesterday afternoon decided CROP ONLY SMALL PER ASSAULT WITH INTENT Haven and Hartford railroad today it LIC RECALLED BY PREPARATIONS -

GOVERNMENT the series in favor of the : was announced that action would be FOR TRIAL
CENT. OF
WHICH SOLD TO MURDER BUS I
Loughman team, Palatka being unable :taken to recover the funds lost
to score behind Barstow, the AT AUCTIONIn PASSENGERSA I l through speculative deals.
Washington, July 16.-SpeciaL-(
Paris, France, July .
16.Special.The ( )
,,F< nnal announcement to the United youthful pitcher who held Loughmanto !I -
Suites of the resignation of Huerta four hits and gave no passes. a letter to the Times-Union slight error in the informationfiled New York, July 16.-The threat- first steps in the trial of Mme

arid the succession of Carbajal was The contest was one of the prettiest Chase & Company reply to the claimof I against H. F. Hobson, M. V ened suit under the Sherman law, the Henri Caillaux, wife of Joseph Cail-
the Citrus that
Exchange fruit
mde to this government today by that has been staged on the fair I Shirley and J. S. Tyner by County report of the Interstate Commerce laux, ex-minister of finance, on the

Spanish Ambassador Riano, who rep- grounds in many a day, but was decidedly than shipped those by them shipped brought by better prices I Solicitor W. L. Tilden caused the dismissal i Commission, and the bill passed by charge of murdering Gaston Cal-

re*ents the Mexican government at a pitcher's battle from startto independent of the jury and the subpoenaing the Massachusetts legislature providing mette, editor Le Figaro, were taken
shippers. The substance
of the let
t Washington.; finish. On the merit of Barstow's ter is as follows I of a new jury yesterday after- ,I for sale of its Boston & Maine today when President Albanel, of the
:
'Allowing some important develop pitching Palatka should have won, noon. The error was in the date and stock, were the chief questions to be Seine assizes, made the drawing of
"While it be true the auction
m nts today, the policy of "watchful but the timely !hits were lacking sales of the may exchange fruit realized I specified that the shooting up of the taken up later today at a meeting the jury which will hear the evidence.

ws iting" will be continued, the troops when needed. The youngster had more in the markets named Jones auto bus was done on July 17th here of the board of directors of the I The trial itself will be called Monday -
Loughman at his mercy during most money i instead of June 27th. New York, New Haven & Hartford
remain Vera Cruz.
to at and
ana ships you will have to remember that the I it is expected that the court'sproceedings
.p Secretary I Bryan appealed to Carran- of the game and outside of Pounds' exchange only handled 22 cent. of I J A jury consisting of T. W. Mathews railroad. will be the most dramaticin

to regard the property and rightsof homer, which was the only run of the citrus of the state per and out l J. 'B. Swick, J. A. Harris, Fred Upon action of the board rests, in the history of French jurispru-
crop
foreigners in Mexico City and elseW the game, Loughman at no time had of, this percentage 75 I Ward, B. F. Griffin and John Miller all probability, the attitude of the department dence since the trial of Dreyfus. With
over cent.
/ wrfere, and to deal leniently with the much chance of scoring. was sold at auction, whereas per inde I had been selected and the trial was of justice with reference to the opening of the trial the legal bat-

I les ers of the opposition but placed Wallace pitched a fine game for pendent operators handled 78 I under progress, a number of witnesses the filing of a dissolution suit, heldin tle will be immediately under way to

no!alternative before Carranza in his Loughman but was in tight places of the crop and only sold percent 29 : having already testified, before abeyance for several weeks by an save the woman's life. Every effortis

me sage. more than(, once, each time tighteningup per cent. of their handlings at auc- i the error was discovered yesterday agreement providing for the sale of being made by the prosecution to

v ]f ryan stated that the ,question 'of and holding :falatka scoreless. He tion, leaving 71 per cent for general afternoon. Solicitor Tilden called the the Boston & Maine stock control. I gather evidence to show the shootingwas

th1! recognition of Carranzza as pro- gave; six hits and walked two. distribution."We Ii court's attention to it and the jury On June 25 the board adopted reso-I premeditated. The defense will
lutions in which it
onal president had not formed a The winning run was the result of believe the results on the large wasp dismissed and the sheriff instructed was seek to show that the shooting was
would be better to let the Shermanlaw
pal of the correspondence betweenthe a long drive to left with one out and percentage of the crop that went into I to summon a new venire for the result of an impulse of the mo

]state department and its agents no one on base, but even that mighty general distribution far exceeds any, nine o'clock this morning when the prosecution proceed, rather than ment, and that the killing was unin-
sb submit to terms of the Massachusettslaw
in,Mexico, and it is understood, that swat didn't discourage the Palatka alleged loss as figured out by the ex- trial will proceed under a new infor- tentional, as the woman went to the
which it declared would
'foreign) powers will take no steps toward players who fought grimly to the change: You will notice they make mation prepared bathe solicitor. make, the Boston was& Maine stock office of Calmette with_the idea of ob-
un-
the recognition of the new re- very last to put a runner over the no mention whatsoever of the large The defendants were without attorneys salable fair basis. taining letters of a personal nature
on a !
gink until the United States shall home plate. percentage of the crop handled by the : when their case was called for General took the editor was supposed to have in
haw acted. independent and trial yesterday morning and the court Attorney McReynolds his possession, and, if necessary,
The final game of the series will growers shippersthat the ground that objection to the Mas- '
_, Apprehension is growing in admin- be played this afternoon, and if the did not go to these eight auction appointed A. J. Rowe to represent sachusetts law was not ,sufficient merely to frighten him.
,
{ .istr&tion circles that Villa will dedarb weather is fair the crowd will prob- markets. !j them. To the plea of not guilty entered basis for refusal of the New Havento Mme. Caillaux's crime was the result

4-. an independent Mexican repub- ably be large, as it should be with "In fairness to independent opera- .: by Hobson, Shirley and Tyner, carry out its agreement for a par- of a three months' campaign of

\ t klic i Li the north and that fighting will such good exhibitions of the national tors and shippers we feel that you I Attorney Rowe added the plea of tem- ,tial dissolution and intimated that he ,defamation which Calmette had car-

c ,be xesumed" with renewed bitterness. game. should give this space in your next porary insanity, and also asked for a would file suit under the Sherman law ried on against her husband in the
-ft; vail 's attitude toward the new shap- isssue." continuance of the case, which Judge columns of Figaro. Caillaux was
if the directors persisted in the stand
# ing of conditions is giving Carranza I Exchange vs. independent distribution Warlow denied. then minister of finance and the real
had taken. He the board
+ i' ,.repi jsentatives here more worry and TAMPA'S H HOPES[ f FOR R CUSTOMS -Season 1913-14:_ I' Following the denial of the motionfor they until today, it is stated gave, to file with force in the cabinet. He had pledged

\Q:" eon< rn than anything Carbajal may Florida citrus crop season 1913-14, a continuance and the swearingof the department of justice a report himself to the levying of an incometax.

.,. i do Carbajal,they say, is merely a HADijUARIRS[ [ SliM 6,900,000 boxes. Marketed by Florida the jury the presentation of the showing that all steps had been takento In the effort to prevent the

,-- fern racy problem ,of slight diplomatic Citrus Exchange, 1,286,531 boxes, state's testimony began, H. D. Ever- carry out the terms of the agreement passage of the income tax Calmette
:;: importance, but they believe 22 per cent., Marketed by independent ett being the first witness called by accused Caillaux of many acts of political -

YUL*r:is a black cloud on the horizon Senate Conferees Agree to Rescind operators, 5,613,569 boxes, 78 per Solicitor Tilden. No statement as, to plans of the : corruption, including connivance -
; 'tha possibly portends a new revolution Mr. Everett testified that he I at the escape from justice of the
Action on Amendment CreatingTwo cent.Sold was a company was forthcoming today prior -
i lin Mexico. Districts by exchange in eight auction passenger on the Jones auto bus coming to the meeting of the board. financier, Rochette. Finding Cail-
;-c :Tle constitutionalist junta here is markets, 966,426 boxes, over 75 percent I to Orlando on the afternoon of William Rockefeller today denieda laux's position unshaken, Calmette

4;# 'expe,ting ,word tonight from Carran- General distribution other auctions June 27th and that when a short distance report that he would resign from grew desperate and published a letter

s F za,- oforming it of his position in Washington, July 16.-The senate and sales, 320,105 boxes, only 25 I from Orlando a Ford car passedin the board. The effect of his an- written by Ojullaux in 1901 to his

deal ig with the Carbajal regime. amendment to the sundry civil appro- per cent. which he noticed four men. Afterit nouncement was to discredit a similar present wife, then the wife of another. -
The state its bill Florida into Sold It contained a which indicated
-.4 department, through priations dividing by independents eight auction had passed one man was seen to report that John L. Billard' also was passage

:y, 'agents, is endeavoring to' have Car- two customs districts is doomed. It markets, 1,617,671, 29 per cent. Gen- rise up in the car with a pistol in his on the point of tendering his resigna- the Figaro contended, that
-; rand make clear what will be his is learned that the senate confereesare eral independent sales and distribu- hand, whereupon the car stopped a tion. Caillaux, while an ostensible supporter -

::l wthat Huerta has abdi- ready to back down on this tion, 3,995,898 boxes, 71 per cent. short distance ahead of the bus and of the income tax, was secretly opposing

\ amendment. In fact, its insertion in These figures are taken from the the three men left it, advancing to it. The letter also might be

\ urbno ----- the bill when the appropriation meas- annual statement 'of the Florida Cit meet the bus. The man with the revolver CARrfNTlfR[ [ WON DECISION ONI construed as compromising to Mme.

r c.. Will Recognize Carranza ure was before the senate was agreedto rus Exchange and its letter to citrus I in his hand (Hobson) pointedthe Caillaux. She had cause to believe

July .-The United merely as a means of smoothingout growers dated July 1, 1914. If the pistol at the bus driver and ordered I f FOUL that Calmette had other stolen let-

1' Statu' l today instructed John R. Silli- opposition to. the passage of the exchange was ,organized to market I him to stop. When the bus had ters written to her by Caillaux in

5man, American consul at Saltillo, to sundry civil bill and with the reserva- the Florida citrus crop at auction, it stopped Hobson began shooting intoit i ----- his possessoin and she was driven toa

? info i General Carranza, that if he tion that the provision would be is a success, as its own records show the first bullet going wild and Gunboat Smith Had the Frenchman frenzy by the thought of their com-

#, arrir Js at a peaceful agreement with dropped in conference should the over 75 per cent. of its shipments auc- striking the top of the bus, others Knocked Out When He Delivered ing publication and probable resultsto
r the Carbajal government for the house conferees oppose it. tioned in only eight markets and they striking L. C. Kunze, Webb and Roy her and to her husband.
"if- Foul Blow
: tram 'er of power at Mexico City, Go Back to Sparkman Bill only know how much more sold in Sylvester. Witness jumped out of She drove in her automobile to the

/:: recognition will be extended to the The bill which passed the house other,auction markets, the results of bus and a general fight ensued. I I office of the Figaro on March 16 last

,,::i !resultant administration. (Sparkman's measure) as a separatebill which they are ashamed to publish. James Cox, Roy Sylvester, L. C. London, Eng., July 16.-(Special.) and sent her card in to Calmette.

1' . :k the settlement of the internal conflict for Florida from Jackson- BASEBALL RESULTS decision on foul over Gunboat Smithin about to leave, but when he read the
quarters passengers on the bus and to see-
e' 'bYdi omatic means and insist Federal the sixth round of their card he remarked "It is .
upon ville to Tampa, is now pending before League ing the shooting, their story being twenty : a woman.I
.; f.a forcible entry into Mexico City, recognition the senate finance committee. Sena- Buffalo 1, Baltimore 8. little different from the testimony round fight at the Olympia here tonight must receive her."

will be deferred until there tor Bryan will try to have it amendedso Pittsburg '2-2, Brooklyn 6-5. given by Mr. Everett Clinton Bou- There is no question but that When Mme. Caillaux entered his

,-g 'is'a legal election. American forces, as to create a new district for Chicago-St Louis; rain. ton testified in reference to a con Carpentier was knocked out when private office he asked her courteously -

r according to present plans, will not Tampa and preserve the present head- Kansas City 11, Indianapolis 6. versation he had with Hobson on the Smith disqualified. In the last min- what object she had in visiting

y*? "be...withdrawn from Vera Cruz until agovernment quarters at Jacksonville. American League morning preceding the shooting and ute of the sixth round Smith, landed''' him.
is recognized. Boston 2 Detroit 5. in the Frenchman's
terrific
,
f-_( .t3'>" It is not clear, however, that .it to hearing Hobson say that he would a punch "You must know it is not to say
This determination was reached by Washington 0, Cleveland 2. stomach, which bent'him forward on
Webb !" she said. She then drewa
could be put through the house if so get Sylvester before nightA bonjour.
:President Wilson and Secretary Bryan New York 6, St. Louis 4. his knees, hands and face. Smith, and fired five shots, four of
amended, as Representative Under will be when pistol
new jury empaneled
i 4 ; after the viewpoint of the South Philadelphia 10, Chicago 6. not seeing Carpentier's knees on the The editor died in
which took effect
wood and other leaders would fight it court convenes at nine o'clock this I
t American mediators was laid before National League floor, but thinking him merely
to a finish. Then, it is supposed, the morning and the trial will proceed on '. a few hours. The slayer calmly
r them. Cincinnati-Boston; darkness. crouched over, walked forward to de
senate conferees would agree to drop the charge contained in the corrected awaited arrest.
-J Under the terms ,of a protocol Pittsburg 3-2, Brooklyn 45. liver the finishing blow, which grazed :
the amendment, accepting the origi- information the France thrown into a ferment. /
solicitor. was
;,. t : lgned'at, Niagara Falls, the United St Louis 13, Philadelphia 3. by county the Frenchman's head. The referee i iI
nal Sparkman bill, sending the head- I by the crime. Caillaux said to his
:1- 'States. Argentina, Brazil and Chile Southern League I immediately motioned Smith away. j jI I I
; I I ruined me.'tHe
quarters to Tampa. wife: "Madam, you have
WORKMAN HURT ON SCHOOL I
.j went on record promising recognition :Memphis 6, Mobile 1. !
I immediately resigned.
''kyto the government set up by any Montgomery 1, Nashville 0. BUILDING STRIKING MINERS FIRE INTO j!
HUERTA REPORTED IN FLIGHTTO '!I There were Royalist riots in Paris;
agreement between the two Mexican Atlanta 5, Birmingham 7. j SHERIFF'S POSSE 1

;factions.. To vitalize that protocol CORDOBA New Orleans-Chattanooga; wet E. G. Mason, a brickmason em- Steubenville, Ohio, July 16.-Two the next day and the republic was

',it the Washington government and the grounds. ployed on the new school building, hundred striking miners today exchanged believed by many to be trembling.

.\ d1ators now are bending their ef- Washington, July 16.-SpeciaL-( South Atlantic League was slightly injured yesterday after- shots with a sheriff's posse ( A series of cabinet overturns was.
;i. forts.y. Admiral Badger cabled the navy department Savannah 18, Macon 0. noon at 1:30 when the elevator usedto who blocked their advance on the coal \ ushered in and France was shaken to
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'to"' \ ,The Ant move toward effecting a that it was reported that Jacksonville 3, Columbia 0. carry up brick fell with him. He mines of Bradley, Ohio, in an effort 1 1its foundation. But while in the election -, I

('.. *.teta f.er of government to the consti- Huerta passed through Orizaba for Columbus-Charleston; rain. had just entered the elevator to descend to drive off non-union pumpmen.1 i: for deputies on April 26 Socialists

tetionalists 4.- already has been takenby Cordoba at 1 p. m. today. Albany-Augusta; rain. when the brakes failed' and it Bricks and stones also were used by and Royalists made gains and

.-:f. f, Provisional President Carbajal. dropped to the ground. Mr. Mason the strikers as weapons, and Deputy the Caillaux Radicals lost some .

:'. fflie: }three peace commissioners, ontlwlrway THE WEATHER New magazines every day. Watch suffered no broken bones but was Sheriff Edward Lucas was seriously ground, Caillaux himself was triumphantly

to confer with Carranza or for yours. Cosmopolitan for August, badly bruised and shaken up, necessi- injured. None of the attacking party returned a member of the

Ml division,commander,:General Ob- Florida:, Local thunder showers 0 now. on sale. Curtis. & O'Neal, next tating a few days in bed to recover was hurt. A number of arrests were chamber. His power today is, prob. ...

RS t CoaUttned.oa', :,. ) :4)) Friday and,Saturday postofftce. from the soreness. made. ._ ably greater than ever
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COMMENCING WEDNESDAY JULY 15, and. continuing for four days, we will offer to our patrons

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

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

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

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beautiful Crepe Kimona, worth Beautiful new Felt Hats, worth 6 yards beautiful Crepe and fancy
.5 $1.50for ... ...... ...... .... $1 00 $...00, for ... .. ... .. $1'00 2 quality pair Ladies, for .Hose....,..regular... ... .75c... $1.00 Voiles, for .... ... ... ..! ... .. 51.00
} 10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, 4 yards Ratine, Voiles, Crepe and
A beautiful Silk Petticoat, all col.
ors, $1.50 value ; $1.00 value, for .... ... ... ... ....... $1 00 A cheap good at solid$1.50 oak, for Dining......Chair.... $1,00 Rice Cloth, 50c value for .... $100i

' 2 pairs 50c Ladies Drawers and one A 4 Suit Cases,regular price $1.39 and 12 yards of good yard wide Bleach. $1 00
i 25c Gingham Apron for. ..... p 1.00. ; and Childrens Sandals, all$1.00 $1.50 for ..... ... .... .. ..... $1.00 ing, regular 131.2c, for ...... .
R sizes from 2 to 5 years, ...... 11 yards Lonsdale, Hills and other
A splendid House Dress, worth : good Fiber Rug, 36x63, $1.50 $1.00
r ........ ....... .. $1.00 $1 00 brands of Muslins, for ... ....
$2.00, for ... $1 value, for ....... ............ ,
r Mens Pajamas, $1 25 value, for 16 yards of yard wide brown Sheeting .

2 good Shirt Waists..,..worth.. ... .$100. :.. $1 .OO 5 pairs mens half Hose, regular > />/> 5 yards fancy Art Denum, Sac $1.00 8 l-2c value, for ..... .. .... $1.00'
and $1.25, for. 25c value, for .... ...... ... .. $.. value, for ...... .. .. .... 25 yards good Crash Toweling: a

2 embroidery trimmed Gowns, < 10 yards of good Curtain Scrim, ................... 00
1.00 3 silk'Four in Hand Ties, regular $}.00 full bolt, tJ.
worth 79c each, for ..... .. ..... $ 50c value, for ,. $1.00 15c value, for .u .u... u '
white Lawn, lOc
20 yards good
' An embroidery trimmed Petticoat, A* AA : : : $1.00 .......... ... ... $100
'' 5 beautiful Wash Ties, worth 25c; A t AA Creton, for.. value, for u
worth $1.25, for ... ... .u ... $1.UU for . . . pl.UU 6 yards of 25c Fancy

. 4 pairs ers, worth embroidery 39c each trimmed, for ..Draw...;". $1.00 3 regular 50c Wash Ties, for .... $1.00 $1.25 Garbage' Cans, for ..... .. .. $1.00 10 15c yards value of Extra, for good... .India u...Linon u.u $1.00

4 regular 35c short Straw Hats for men, regular $150 A beautiful Sofa Pillow: $1.50 qua! $1.00 16 yards of Everett Gingham, lOc
- for ...... ... ... ...Petticoats$1.00 and$2.00 quality, ...... ...... $100ityfor .. .. ....... value, for .... ;. ...... ...... $1.00
+ 2 Ladies Union Suits worth 75e 3 mens Shirts, regular SOc quality A splendid Hammered Brass Jar $1.00 1 good Bed Spread,large size,$1.50
' each, for .. . ... ... $1.00 for : &1 ./>A dinier, $1.98 value, for ......u value, for ....... ... ...... :.. $1.00

t 175c and one SOc Bungalow Apron, A ,S pairs childrens Hose or Sox, 25c .A 10 piece set of Enamel Ware: $1.00 8 yards of beautiful Voile, 20c
,y for. ... ............. ....... $ value, for.00 worth $1.50, .. ... .. .... .. value, for ....... ............ $1.00.

10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, 5 pairs ladies Lisle Hose, 35c value, An Oil: worth $1.50, for ..... $1.00 100
f for ......................... $1.00 for .... ..... ..... ... ... $1.00 Mop 15 yards of beautiful Organdie,loc; $
Full size Cot Mattress, worth $2.00
10 >airs Childs Pants, 15c value, 3 pairs ladies Silk and Lisle Hose, extra ... ........... $1.00 8 yards of Voile, regular 25c value
w for .... ...... ... ... ...... ... $1.00 .c value, I., 00 special for .... ..................... $1.00
A good Oil Cook Stove, $1.50 quality
Children Dresses, white and best silk Hose, $1,50 qualei for.... ............ .... $1.00 2 good Sheets, size 81x90, specialfor
W ed, $1.50 value, ....... ..color$1; .oozes. ity, for .... ... ..."..... ..... $ .AA .... ... ...... ............ $1.00
A Hammock, full'size,
Y 5 large Gingham Aprons, 25c; value 4 yards 50 and 75c Embroidery and splendid ,for. ... . .. .. tl.00 16 yards of splendid Check Dimity
.Y for ..........;. ............ $1 00 All Overs, for ....-... .... ...... $1.00 $ 1'able. in white, 12 l-2c value, ....... $1.00
A Sewing or Card ) $1.50
$1.00 $1.50 $2.00 and 2.50 Cre AA value, for. ... .. ... $1.00 15 yards of Book Fold Dimity,
for. .... Qi u. u.u. $1.00
6 bunches 2Sc Flowers, Voile Flouncing.45 wide. v ."" small check, 12 l-2c, for ......

A beautiful new white Hat, worth 5 yards 35c plain and fancy Ribbon All piece goods sold for Draperies during 10 yards of Pajama check, full
$2.00, for .... ... ... $1.00 $1.00 value, for .. $1.00
r u u u u for ........u.? .u .u... .u this sale will be made free of charge. yard wide, 15c u

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Lot No. 1 all for $1.00.

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
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 best Lump
2 cans Early June Peas .u...u. 30c 1 large can Calaf. L C. Pears .... 30c 10 Cakes Octagon Soap......... 50c
1 2 can Libys Asparagus Tips ..., 35c;
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$ 1.50. Jams ............... Sac; large can .. 2 Pkgs. Celluloid Starch .......... lOc
1 large can Calaf. L. C. Cherries 30c
Juice"SOc ............... 5c
Lot No. 2 all for $1.00. 1 Pint Bottle Welches Grape 1 large can Calaf. L C. Pine Apple 25c 1 Bottle Blueing

5 cans Early June Peas .u...... 75c -" ._. 2 Cakes Ivory Soap .....u.u.. .. lOc
4 cans Best Maise Corn ...... .-.. SOc $ 1.40 $ 1.45
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Oviedo, July 16.-Lawton Bros., (From the Gainesville Sun) French experts are endeavoring to "

have remodeled their store and now Seven cars of cattle were shipped I determine the best hours for meals,

have three departments, drygoods and from Hastings on the 8th inst. They but the time to eat is when opportunity ExcursuRate !: llarnmond&Qore

groceries and hardware.T. were shipped by the Hastings Cold synchronizes with a square meal n t

H. Aiken and family have come Storage company to Atlanta. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
to livtjhere. Mr. Aiken has purchased -Don't do any worrying today that i

,soM, valuable hammock land northof Contracts have been let by the you can put off till tomorrow. From Orlando - --
and has -Most of friends will stand REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
'thep. L depot, already school board of St. Petersburg for the your -f

erected a very comfortable bungalowon erection of fire escapes on the four by you as long as you have a dollar. $ 48.10 . New York,N. Y. COMPARE Y
North Main street.E. new school houses-about the city. You may sometimes miss your
calculations much. 53.tO. Buffalo, N. Y.
without
missing
H. Morgan, who has ben several -

months engaged in having cleared The Kalimba, a vessel from Bombay 40.70 Philadelphia Pa. OUR FURNITUREWe

in Black Hammock one hundred India, has arrived at Pensacola I Few men are so sympathetic that 49.20. Chicago,Ill.
acres of his land, has gone to Wyom-!(1 with of they would rather listen to other peo- provide the quality furniture that has long
a large cargo manganese ore. ple's troubles than tell their own. 48.20 Detroit, Mich. been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
ing,and will remain at his home there The vessel left
Bombay early in
May. standard of.merit. If an article is here it is .
during thesummer, but will return I 38.70 Cincinnati, 0. good.It
blow his wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make
to
People never help a man
here in the fall, making further developments 37.20
his valuable The Jacksonville board of trade has 'own horn because they like music. . Louisville, Ky. this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

on property. forwarded to Henry Ford, head of the 43.45 SI. Louis, Mo. this business, and that means much to any buyer. W
Mr.Alvarez,who has been stationed I
here for the past year as engineerfor Ford Automobile company, a tele- No matter what kind of a summerwe 64.30 . Denver, Col. ,
gram asking him to consider the facilities have here there will be
other the S. A. L.,and has his been family sent to have an- of Jacksonville as the location' the weather by the usual kickingover num- 95.20 San Francisco, Cal. MEN & DAVIS BLOCK,

E moved position to Jacksonville.Mr. of the Southeastern branch of his ber. 111.70 Portland, Ore. Cor. Ora ge Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.

Kimbel, who is now engineeron company. Sold daily-Limit Ootober L J
Oratorcally speaking, there is always -
the S. A. L, has taken a cottageon Arthur C. Mund, a private in the / more 'Scintillation in ptlack.I 31 st..-Stop Overs.Atlantic r. .
the hill. His wife and daughter I
eighteenth company, coast artillery,I than in defense. ;
Miss Julia Kimbel, arrived last week I is missing from the barracks in Key Coast Line -

and they will make this their home in West. It was learned that he boughta
I Seven and half million of
a pesos
the future. suit of clothes the same day and offers best routes and ., IMIIiilltltMHIIMIMIIIIItllMiilMlilimiiiORLANDO
constitutionalist currency is missing.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Aulin enjoyed a that a soldier in citizen's dress bought schedules.For X
office it in
Any job can replace a
trp to the East Coast last week. They a ticket to Jacksonville.
short time.
visited relatives and friends, but find information and reser- I

no place as cool as our own. I One hundred and fifty packs of cig- t vation call on any A. C. L.
R. H. Renich and W. L. Haymonds, arettes were recovered from a smug- Four billion fish eggs were "planted" Ticket Agent, or

of Osteen, E. H. Bell and L. P. Luien, gler by Deputy Collector Leslie Curry during the fiscal year just closed

of Jacksonville, S. D. Frijo and J. C. in Key West. The smuggler escaped, by the bureau of fisheries. That J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone

Bresen of Tampa, were guests of the but the cigarettes were turned over ought to keep the fish stories going 132, Tampa, Fla.
for while.
Cushing House yesterday. to the customs authorities. a
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THE HENPECKED MAN SAID Improvements for the marshes in Freedom is in sight. The Tarpon ONE MISSINGA Water & Light Co.
"Ye shall know -
Progressive says: I
North City have been planned. A I
the truth and the truth shalt make farmer wrote as follows to a distinguished -
The only time a woman doesn'tcare large yacht basin will be dredged .
scientific ,
free. Let it at agriculturist to
how big her feet are is when her from the cells and the place will be you come your ear-
liest convenience. whom he felt under obligations for
friends are standing around saying: made into a park. The work will be
introducing a variety of swine.
"How natural she looks." accomplished by a dipper dredge. The ElectricityGas
.. Every day in the week The Sentinel "Respected Sir-I went yesterdayto
basin will be hundred and
one fifty
is the BEST WANT AD the swine show. I found several
How hard luck certainly does love: feet wide, five hundred and forty feet
pigs of There
MEDIUM. your species. was a
to camp on the trail of the man who I long and about nine feet deepe.
great variety of hogs, and I was i Water Ice
few drinks in the
has to have a morning "
Big results from little Want Ads astonished at not seeing you there.
before breakfast. There wouldn't be so much troublejn '
comeMrom the of these colums. -Exchange.
use
the world if more of the brides

The reason why a girl gets mad al 1 I were housekeepers and fewer of them
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who raves over his favorite moving !of your printing. We do it right. rarily leaving the city, and the ad-

C picture heroes and heroines, and wh(o Flowers that go with assumption dress will be changed as often as del -

gets terribly excited over their ad- have been known to look much more Find what you want in Sentin l l l sired. In requesting a change always

ventures in the films,we are sorry wi attractive that the faces of some of "wants." give both the old and new address.

F voted against Votes for Women. the men that helped buy them.
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THE DAILY NEW REVOLUTIONContinued Porfirio Diaz and board .1 a ship for I TOO BIG TO SELL

k '. South Florida Sentinel Europe. I Apopka, Fla., July 16.-Apopka en- :iii -I (

( from page 1) joys the unique distinction of having

MORNING AND WEEKLY regon, are thoroughly constitutional. Foreigners ReturningVera watermelons too large to sell Last
h; J08UH FERRIS Editor and Oxnei Cruz, Mex. July 16. With
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ist in their political beliefs and were January J. F. Briggs, of this city,
the resignation of Huerta
conspicuous members of the Maderis. there is planted one and one-half acres of
Entered at the portoffice at Orlando Florte evidence
as Second CUM Mall Matter. ta party. They also are dose personal every among American and light pine and scrub land to water-
I r friends of Carbajal. He has sent other foreign refugees here of an immediate melons of the Tom Watson variety.At .
SUBSCRIPTION: RATES movement to
return the
f Dally 1 Year .........................J5.00 them to confer with the constitutionalist and other interior to least he bought the seed for that
Dtflj. 6 Months ....................... %.60 chief because he believes they capital points where named melon. The melons grew and ANNOUNCEMENT
Dull S Month ...................... USDBy abandoned interests are awaiting at-
;. 1 Month ....................... 50 I can obtain satisfactory terms for the tention. grew and kept growing until now Mr. ;
transition of the government.Washington' ) Briggs finds himself in possession of

'4 Weekly 1 Year ....................... LOO That Huerta's removal means per- scores of melons that weigh over fifty
Weekly, 6 Month ..................... .75 diplomats generally manent peace is doubted in some OFEARLY
hundreds of them
each
received from their pounds and
messages lega but it is
believed
quarters, generally
; TO ADVERTISERS: tions at Mexico City today confirmingthe that weigh over forty pounds apiece.
there will be a subsidence of anti-
resignation of General Huerta. Some weigh as high as seventy-two
;' Copy far dttpUy and all vlher handset American sentiment and at least a
tfrertUUf aut be handed U at the biuineufke Minister Suarez, of Chile, said it was pounds each. The strange thing aboutit FALL
of relief from the
.( the sentinel net later than 1p.m. period menace of is that they are too big to sell.
UM day before publication. Thu rule appheiU his belief that Carbajal merely wanted actual revolution. :
chance for contract adrertiiinf: It U guarantees that the lives and property I The melons are firm, fully ripe, very
Urariabte and wifl be atrictly adhered U.Subteriben There also has been during the last sweet, and in first class condition, but
of the people in federal territory
few noticeable in the
days a growth
they are too large and no one wants
desiring The Sentinel disco would be conserved through a general STYLESIN
number of Germans and better
English,
tinued should notify the office in .writing s n that them. A few have been placed in the
When
will 1 1r be amnesty proclamation. class Mexicans for the in-
the date of expiration otherwise it leaving
stores but the merchants do not
continued at the regular subscription rates was arranged, he believed a transition care
terior. of these
r untfl notice to atop II received. Many are owners or to handle them for they are too big.
would be promptly effected.
and
of haciendas
managers mining Also their customers do not want
FRIDAY JULY 17 1914. Constitutionalists Expect Peace who back I
properties, are going hoping -
I them for they can't eat them all and
Rafael Zubaran and Luis Cabrera, to be able to resume business or do not want to let them spoil. Mr.

Miami has voted street car franchisf two of General Carranza's represent- to repair damage to property occa- Briggs will take some of the largestones

and in a short time work will atives here, said they were unaware sioned by abandonment weeks ago. and remove the seeds for future READYTOWEARSUITS

r begin on the construction of the power what would be the next move in the They will doubtless find themselves : planting, but he is wondering if it
situation but thought the sending of handicapped by the crippled state of
s house and tracks. ; pays to raise large, first class melonsin
o the Carbajal commission to confer commerce through Mexican gulf : Florida. Whoever heard of a
with Carranza probably would have ports, although there still is one Ger-i andCOSTUMES
A,hot wave doesn't get a fair shoes watermelon being too big before?
tangible results. man line of steamers plying regularly in the of wonders.MMIIMIIilllltMIUIMH.
in Florida. About the time it getsto Surely we are age
and bringing quantities of supplies
: working good one of these after- :
moon Villa a Threatening Cloud for the interior, which are entering -
showers washes it away. '
I
o The only cloud on the horizon of through Puerto Mexico. There also
is one American line whose steamers
s Arcadia wants a band and at the peace in Mexico was the uncertainty
about the attitude of General Villa. I make the ports irregularly. i
same time wants an or<\in2.ncekeep to I
Business activity in portions of the : McCUllOCU'SDepartment
'} cows off the streets. Let the Information from reliable sources was
interior more or less untouched by I
he concentrating his forcesat
k cows stay and blow their horns. that was I
I o Chihuahua and northern Mexico. the ravages of the revolution will be

1 "Can spirits be photographed?" so as to make vigorous demands on stimulated by the probable resump- :1 Store a
tion of oil shipments from the Tam-
It that when
asks a Times-Union headline. Look Carranza. was reported
at 'em in the windows of Jacksonville's the conference of generals is called at pico fields and the consequent reestablishment -
after General Carranza of freight service, which
booze emporiums and judge for Mexico City
there Villa adherents at- has been practically abandoned for
yoprself. enters may Tumblers
o tempt to substitute another first chief : months because of the lack of fuel oil. Jelly I

Despite the continual agitation I for Carranza. Constitutionalists with As long ago as March the railroads .

't and argument in favor of higher Carranza sympathies make no secretof refused to haul any but perishable or Fruit Jars

wages for school teachers, they con I the fact that they are apprehensive actually necessary freight shipmentsso
that those portions of the republic
of Villa's attitude. For that
tinue to draw about half what they I rea-
." should be paid.A son they are working hard to obtain which otherwise might have contin- all kinds -
ued their normal business activity
o recognition for Carranza's govern- '
have been forced into a condition of /
that the
Mississippi negro has been ment so embargo on arms ;

lynched for stealing three mules, and may be sharply enforced along the stagnation.The .

even to the' most ardent advocate of border and any counter revolution i rreservin kettles -
Sentinel is the only progressive -
=r lynch law this must look like carrying nipped in the incipient stage.
,t the thing too far. White House officials, were confi- metropolitan morning paper be- e
o dent today that the constitutionalistswould tween Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit II

The Pensacola News editor attempted be temperate in their acts to your friends by mail in Florida I 20 S. Orange Avenue. J i

to come back at the editorof when they enter Mexico City. They and elsewhere. J

believe there is no danger of wholesale
the Orlando Sentinel, but it was .MIIIMMMIIIMMIIIIillMMMMMMMtMMHiMM
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like disputing a decision of the "amp1 killing or looting.

after the game is lost.-Arcadia Senor Riano, the Spanish ambassador I .

News. called upon Secretary Bryan today )


k Villa is sorry Huerta o resigned be- I safety to of make Spanish representations citizens in for Mexico the T., F. HOUR mAN i Geo.C.DolivePhone \ ( /

,fore he got his hands on him, and I City. He was unable to say whetherthe / Ucensed Plumber and .
doubtless Villa would make Spanish embassy would continueto
an angel Sanitary Engineer X
1 out of the former dictator in aboutas represent Mexico in the United J T lIn Y.
Estimates Furnished. Jobbing \
States under Provisional President f w .
long as it takes to ten it, i! he Promptly Attended to. :
;,' could get his hands on him. Carbajal.
,; > 0 All doubt in Washington over the PHONE 629 :

t Senator N. P. Bryan is being men course that Huerta might now pursue 106 Court Street

tioned for the vacancy on the U. S. was dispelled by the report that he \\k'
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ORLANDO, |I. or
supreme court bench by some of his had left Mexico City, presumably for I. :

x friends. We never even heard of the Puerto Mexico. There it was believed 4-2l 1mIMIHIMMMiMMM 4I i *

3 a senator being called judge, though he he would follow in the steps of ." ( 'liMIMIMMIIIMtliMtM

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Carranza will be recognized by
c President Wilson's United States pro. KODAK FINISHING develop any size film lOc. :J

: vided he will quit fighting and become us develop and print :IJ

president in a nice, ladylike films. An experienced photographer at head o< cur KODAK DEPARTMENT.McELROY'S :
I manner. Then Villa will probably your .

.t start a little revolution all his own.
ci o PHARMACY |

.
ing Key of West a municipal is cnosidering owned hotel the build, and Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.HMIIIMiMMIMiMHItllMillMMIMMiiMMMHIMMnilllMIMtllMMIMMif. .

of the state have been
? some papers
We have just received our First
unkind enough to suggest that most

R any kind of hotel would be an im- ,.
provement over what Key West ,already fMllttMMItlltllMMMIMIIillMMlMMtllMIHIMMMIIMMiimilllMiMI Shipment of New York Conceptionsof
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has. I

-o--- ."..' I I Paris Models, expressed in beautiful /
- Shade trees are being planted onBolh 1-, L' ,- e :.

sides of all Dade county roads as
qualities of
they are improved. The Australian I
ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES :
this
pine was selected for purpose on I
account of its rapid growth, and in"a
Commencement Day-an important event in the : ChiffonBroadcloths
few years the roads of that county lives of young people should receive some fitting mark :
will be shaded these beautiful
.y. by of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the :

t trees. occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of '
"
0 Jewelry?
x.' Florida has a total of more than

t 5,000 manufacturing establishments DIAMONDS\ AND WATCHESWe We invite you inspection of "what
and the capital invested in them I

amounts to about $75,000,000. These direct the attention of relatives and friends to
will be"ultra fashionable for the
factories give employment to about the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this :

ninety thousand people and pay store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new .

a wages to the amount of $42,000,000 I est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- :

w annually.If mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val. : Coming SeasonDIOKSONIYES

o ues and assortment.A .
we didn't have to work all night visit to our store wiH be appreciated and involvesno

and sleep all day we,would raise some obligation buy.T.H.Evans.
t, vegetables for the Orlando market and :
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k get rich at it. They are lamentablyscarce

in nearly all Florida cities in I

a midsummer, but that even in July __ .' I.
and August they can be raised has I I II

been demonstrated too often to admitof I .
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According argument to the o Tampa- Tribune, II. K [ C O.

the Turkey Creek postmaster is advertising I

his belongings for sale, including I the JewelerOPPOSITE i
the job. Sometimes postmasters

have trouble getting rid of their I .

jobs, and it was not long ago that a I DEPARTMENTAL S TO Rfi3'

postmaster in the northern part of I POSTOFFICE '

s the state, after the department had"considered" I I l
his resignation for abouta I I

year, set the whole equipment out EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING !I
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in the street and wrote Uncle Sam I

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ORLANDO, FLA. LIU ,
Open 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
I I' Discuss Changing From Centralto
Admission 5 cents
Eastern Stardard Timein
Mr. Wm. Edwards, of Zellwood, '
was in town yesterday. iiHitiniiiiimiiiiiiitiTODAY'S This State "Get II 111 t Allen s"

_A ______ \ BUYS AND SELLS PRORAM

Mr. Ifl.G}. Seagroatt, traveling out 101 Bison. Francis Ford and Grace Miami, Fla., July 16.-That the
of Atlanta, is doing business in our : REAL Cunard in "The Mad Hermit," in Commercial club should call a time
ESTATE
three parts. This is a spectacularwar convention of all the cities from Key
.
city. drama, fought by Indians and --ter 1-
West to Charleston, S. C., to meet in
cowboys. Don't miss this 101 Bison.
They are always good. Jacksonville for the purpose of con-
Mrs. W. A. Beasley and son have
Don't forget this is the day we ferring with the railroads of the
returned to their home at Miami aftera 600 acres south ofVin- give the dishes .
away.ENTZMINGER southeast coast of the United States Show Us Your Watch
visit with relatives here.
ter Garden; and west of! with regard to changing the time of

Gotha including 10 ELECTED B. Y. this part of the coast from central Fobs-PLEASE !
of acre
Mr. Chas. Love, traveling out P. U. SECRETARYLake standard to eastern standard, is the
Jacksonville for the Studebaker com- orange grove. The en-. of the
opinion ctiy council as expressed Summer is the time for you

pany, spent Thursday in town. tire tract covered with City, Fla., July 16.Louis E. informally at a meeting of to have a fob, we have one in

returned yellow pine timber. Two Entzminger, of Fort Worth, Texas, the council.It our assortment that will
Mr. J. D. Reneker has has just been elected Sunday school was the opinion of the city fath-
from a few weeks visit to Demorest, miles of lake shore. ers that the railroads please you.
and B. Y. P. U. secretary of Florida, would not hold

. GL, very much improved in health. to succeed George Hyman, now pas- out against*the change if the people I J OurVatcb Chainsare 0

MIMMMIIMIIMIilllltt tor at Sanford. The Florida Baptst were unanimously for it, even thoughit
Rev. C. S. Edington, of Homasassa, encampment is enthusiastic over his would necessitate an entire reprint
was in the city Wednesday, bringing of all the best made, we can
election. Mr. Entzminger is consid ing time tables and time chartsas
a patient to one of the.local hospi- PLEASANT PICNIC 'ON LAKE ered one of the best Sunday schoolmen well as other railroad information. furnish any kind you want-

tals. CONWAYMr. in America. "There is no question but what we those with 20 year guaranteeare

The new B. Y. P. U. secretary.is ought to have eastern time here in very modest in price.
Captain Clay Johnson, Jr., returnedto and Mrs. S, E. Ives, Jr., were a brother of C. W. Entzminger, of Miami," said Councilman J. A. Mc-
his home in Kissimmee last night, the hosts of a. pleasant picnic at
Donald "but it would
Longwood, the ,well known naval cause great
after spending a couple of days in Lake Breeze Camp on Lake Conway stores man.KILLED confusion to change the time here un- Allen & Co.

Orlando. yesterday. During the morning a I less the railroad should change also, ,
quantity of fine fish were caught and
and I should
PARTNER FOR INSURANCE oppose any such move
Mrs. Henry Green will leave Satur- at one o'clock they formed an appe- ? as strongly as I could. Every city JewelersPrompt

day for Grand Rapids, Mich., to spend tizing part of the dainty luncheon should have one time, if possible. It
the remainder of the summer with that was served under the beautiful Repairing.
San Jose Cal removes confusion. But I think ,that
Eva
16. J.
oaks other delicacies of , July -
her daughter.Miss consisting Miami
and all the other cities on the
salad ice tea and cake Rhinehart, a nurse, was arrested here Everything Guaranteed.
vegetables
,
with coast should have the same time as I
killed her
today charged having
Myrtle Weeks left Thursdayfor forming an inviting part of the re New York."
I I companion and partner, Mrs. Kathleen
Jacksonville to visit her aunt. "I believe that the Commercial club
past.During Bluett
to collect her life insur-
She will also visit Pablo Beach before the afternoon the party en- could do no greater good than to call

t returning home. joyed themselves bathing and play- ance. such a convention of the cities from
In addition the host The two women conducted a hospital -
ing croquet. to Charleston to Key West, and to invite
at Auburn, Placer Last
county.
Mrs. Blanche Hall, who is em- : and hostess in the party were Miss the Southern, Atlantic Coast Line,
ployed by the Dickson-Ives company, I Chapman, Miss Harlow, Mrs. Dovel, .Tanuary, while disinfecting clothing the Seaboard Air Line and the Flor-
Mrs. Bluett suffered burns and died. i b
left Thursday for Avon Park, where Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Matthews, and a I Shortly before that she had taken out ida East Coast railways to attend the (CO} I.n ,cD
she will join M.r. Hall and remain until quartet of children, Helen and Mary I 'conference," said Mr. Romfh. "I be-

October. Ives, Junius Ives ,and Fink Scruggs. three life insurance policies aggre lieve a general change of time could .
gating $15,000. The woman named
Miss Rhinehart as her sole heir. Miss be effected that would be of great 4 till 1I111 1I1II 11111 11111 ''MIIMHIitlllllllliHM*
Mr. and Mrs. Blythe Watson expectto SOMETHING NEW AT THE importance to the entire lower east-
Rhinehart took the body to Reno for '
leave Saturday afternoon for GRAND coast.
burial Mrs. Bluett's relatives ern 3l
although
Quincy, Fla., where then will spenda pyor )mftt
lived in Alemada, Cal. They did
couple of weeks at the home of Monday the Grand will install its SLAYER CONFESSES HE SHOT :
not learn of the death until three
Mrs. Watson's parents.Mrs. new picture machine, with a capac- i BOY RIVAL :
months later.
ity of 2,000 feet of film. The new
II
At the instigation of the insurance Alaska
Geo. Wygant has returned to machine is motor driven and is one Mount Holly, N. J., July 16.-The RefrigeratorCall
companies the body was exhumed,
t her home at Tampa, after visiting her of the latest inventions in the mov- murder of Herman Fisher, eighteen

parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Myers. ing picture line. the San brain Francisco and viscera for chemical were taken analysisfor to years old, as he was returning from and see it. Will sell cheap for cash.

She was accompanied by Miss .Mary his sweetheart's home late Saturday
poison and a warrant for Miss
Scruggs, who will be her guest for a The fact that moving pictures havea night; was solved when Edward Mur-
Rhinehart was sworn out in Auburn. White Rose GoodsJust
few days. wonderful influence upon peoplewas The woman was arrested at the phy, a farmer, confessed while in jail
at the Grand the other last
proven night.
of R. I. Kinkaid, to whom
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmer and Mr.S. night, when two prominent young ladies apartments she said she was secretly married last Overwhelmed by the refutation of [ received another shipment of those

Thompson left Thursday for their were brought to tears by a sad his alibi, Murphy broke down. Pale, famous goods from Seeman Bros. New
year. A baby was born to her sev- ,
home at Urbana, Ohio. They were picture, which caused them to get up trembling, stuttering, he told Prose- i
eral weeks ago, and she is still in the York.
only in our city for a day, having and leave the theater. cutor Atkinson, Sheriff Jordan and ,
care of a nurse.
come to transact some business affairs I other officials that he ambushed :

with Dr. P. Phillips.Mr. The Camp Fire Girls, with Miss Fisher on a lonely path in nearly impenetrable !
ALL MENTAL DISEASES DUE TO
Grace Boone as guardian, made'camp woods near new Albany, THE
I SANITARY GROCERY
J. C. Patterson and son, George on Lake Conway last evening. There PHYSICAL CAUSES from three feet away sent a chargeof I

Patterson, expect to leave Monday in were quite a number of married ladies shot into the lad's side, then

,their automobile for Asheville, N. C., as well as little childern, who Chicago, July 16.-All mental dis- stepped to within a gun's length and I CARUTHERS & GORE

,where they will be joined by Mrs. joined the party and enjoyed all the eases are due to physical causes and pumped a second charge into the I l
should be met by physical measures, Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Patterson and Miss Jane in touring good things that were cooked.Mr. prostrate boy's body. ;
number of states. Dr. Carl W. Dawyer, of Ohio, declared
They
through a Jealousy of Miss Ida Wilf elm,
expect to be away until late fall. C. C. Brown gave an informalice today before the convention whom Fisher was courting, and an-
George does not expect to return cream party at Merck's drug store here of alienists and neurologists. ger because Fisher had disclosed that i CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

home this winter, but will go to Phil- yesterday morning. Those presentwere Dr. Sawyer's conclusions were based, Murphy, who had sought her hand, FUNERAL DESIGNS
adelphia to enter the University of Messrs. J. D. Barnes and J. E. he said, on the study of 2,700 cases. had a wife from whom he was sep- I

.Pennsylvania.Mr. Windham. After the party was over, "The mental side has attracted so arated, were the motives for the ..IIIIIQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I..III
much attention that physical has been
declared fine host
Mr. Brown was a crime.
y Cestia Lawton sang Tosti's and extended a vote of thanks. lost sfght of," said Dr. Sawyer. "I Feeling all over Burlington countyis .1.1111..IIII..II.IIIIIII.llllllllllllllllllltI..

"Goodbye" in splendid voice at the am convinced that wherever physical high against the assassin, Fisher,

Grand last night, with "Twilight" as Two automobiles came very near conditions are not shown to be the the son of well to do parents, was

an encore. Mr. Lawton has a most I colliding at the corner of Orange ave- causes of psychic states it is due to popular throughout this.section. An GRAND VIEWNewest

pleasing voice and a good crowd nue and Church street yesterday afternoon weakness, of the investigator and to hour after County Detective Parker

turned out to hear him. and it was only the quick- the immatureness of his methods had locked Murphy up here, Monday

witted driver of one of the cars that rather than" to the absence of a phys- night, a threatening mob was yelling

Some of the ladies of the Presbyterian avoided what might have been a serious ical cause. about the jail Threats of lynchingwere

Aid Society will serve homemade accident. Orlando has more made. Now that the confession

cake and ice cream just across than her share of cars and the fact Eat Eat what all you you want.want proves Murphy's guilt, the authori- and most up-to-date hotel in

'the street in front of the Lucerne that we do not have more accidents Take a postscript and forget it. ties will use every means to preventthe

theater, Saturday evening, July 18th, must be attributed to our good traffic For sale by all druggists. farmers from taking the law }in Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.

beginning at 7 o'clock, to increase the laws and careful drivers. l-7-d&w.lyr their own hands.

new church fund. Come across after Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River

the picture show and be refreshedand Rates most reasonable. Use Senti First class Brazing a specialty atWarman's WM. ABEL HANGED FOR KILL

aid in the good cause. 7-17-2t nel want ads. Results are best. 12-5-tf. Repair Shop o Court St. ING SMALL BOY Valley. One of the finest views in Wes-


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HliiMIIMIIMIMHIIMMIIIIiMMIMMIMlllimilMMMmiinMHHMtMLUCERNE t Abel, convicted murderer of twelve

year old Thomas Kane, was hanged
,
today. Abel had previously served

two terms of imprisonment for attacks -

TODAY"Rosebush upon children. He was convicted MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, |

of having shot the Kane boy when

I the child tried to escape from his at-
tack. As the crime was committed 6-20.d&J. CANTON, N. C.

before the first of June, when the lawmaking

electrocution the penalty for HMMMMHHMMHMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIimilltttDRESSMAKING

: capital crimes took effect, Abel went
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of Memories a beautiful two reel Reliance
the
to gallows.
We insure your life and loan you
feature. money on real estate at 6 per cent
:
NOTICE-Parties having mail ad- interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co..
andladies'
: Plain and fancy dressmaking
Fla.
Curry, Building, Tampa,
dressed Box A, B. J., and J. C., care', deliveryand
Prompt
tailoring.
"Once Upon Time a fine Majestic 3 &wtf
; a : of this office, are requested to call satisfaction guaranteed. Cheney

1 : and get their maiL building, upstairs. Phone 443.
; "Our Country Cousins, a one reel Keystone comedy. MRS. ERTRUDE C. DAVIS.

: FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk 7152m.

t | LUCERNE DAILY NEWS. .: Fla.cows. Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, DIm LAST NIGHT

Don't wait for every one in town to Cor. Moth and Roach St*.,
a : PORTO RICO sweet potato vines for have Entrican, the painter, before
., ; That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away sale, $1.75 per' M. J. G. Tyner, you try. Am too busy to look you John Bedbug and His Entire -
: Pine Castle, Fla. 7-15-lw up. Phone 636, and I will be on the
; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. job. 1-20-tf FamilyAn

: Eat what you want. over dose of G. Co.

k First HOOT, 10 Cents Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents : Eat all a you postscript wantTake and forget it. moved The Newell from the Electric Arcade Company building has on was of the it all cause

For sale by all durggists.
East Church street to their new quar-
1- -d&w1yrUp
r ters at 25 East Pine street. 7-15-lw SALE GROCERYSQt.
FOR BY
To-night is All
: laughing night. children under twelve free.
to date painting, papering, etc,
is the kind you want. Where to get If you want you bicycle fixed in 3sc., Gal $z.ooWADE
.. it! Tkaft easy, phone 636. W. T.1.2Q.tf. a hurry take it to Warman't Repair 1'
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All t
light Notices of Lot. Wanted, For Sale Far
lent, rte. for this column, Joe for one dal ; I "fs
lee for three' days or 11.00 for one pock forIi
word or ICM. Money muss aceeapsny
the advertisements for this column u no
DKrtioni will be made on credit
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FOR SALE ORLANDO .

Narsery stock one, two, three and
c four year old buds; Foster Early,
For the convenience of the public we will keep Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash-
ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle
>
our drug store open all night. An experienced Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement Plaster
Agatite and Perfection Lime
druggist will constantly be in charge. \VE NEV.
FOR SALE

t ER CLOSE.. Georgia peaches' wholesale or re- I : ;$ : :: 888iliiiiKKiiiiiiiiifffaamajjjl!:: ::: ;: ;;;; ; {::;:: : :: : :??

tail. Fresh every day. Also have _
PROMPT, DEPENDABLE, COURTEOUS. fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, atking's Statement of the Condition of the
grocery store, 47 West Church

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

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

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

A. B., care Sentinel 7-14-3t Loans and Discounts . . . . . . . . . . . $379,514 36

;. J. L. DEAN, Proprietor. FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 622 34
Stocks and Bonds . . . . . ..
fence posts. See L. N. Lewis, 406S. . . . . . . 26,01833
z Orlando, Florida East street. 7-14-lmo Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37

AtJT. Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare
bargain; recently completely overhauled $724,185 88
and made food as new in ev-
DAILY SPORT LETTER was over Honus remarked that he ery part. ; guaranteed. first class condition LIABILITIES.

' thought he could get more distance sacrifice.; must Come be ,sold or at address once, even White at Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . . $100,000 00

i z (By Frank G. Menke) with drive if allowed to follow his lock: Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . . 39,961 35

New York, July 16.-The Feds, own ideas. 4-23-tf Re-Discounts . . . . . . . .. . . . . . _. None

k seem to have uncovered a sure "That's a mistake," said one of the Bills Payable . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . None

enough "second Ty Cobb" in the per- golfers. In baseball, the harder you WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Deposits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 582,669 47
son of Benny Eauff, of the Indianapolis hit a ball the farther it goes. But in good condition, for Victrola and Due to Banks . . . . . . . . . . . . ? ? 1,55506
v team. Kauff has been clubbing it's different in golf. It isn't strengththat records. Piano may be seen at Formosa -
Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland,
4 them out all season around the .400 counts in the golfing game." Fla. $724,185 88

mark, has been running bases with "Mebbe not, mebbe not," remarked
Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,39348Reserve
the daring and dash of the wonderful !j Honus. But I kinda think I could WANTED-Couple to live on country
Georgian, can cover a marvelous I shoot that little ball pretty far if I place. Call or address, 400 West required by Law . . . . . . . 116,533 89
Central avenue.
amount of territory in the outfield, got a good swipe on it"
Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law 59
$174,859
and has an unerring arm. I The argument carried over into the WANTED PARTNER, with an auto-

;: Kauff so far hasn't shown any bate next day and it finally was decidedto mobile, for an engineering proposi- Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . .. . . . $527,758 01

ting weakness. He hits everythingthat let Honus try at hitting the ball tion. Good profits. Address B. J., Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,66949
comes his way, and it mattersnot after his own ideas. So when the care Sentinel

whether the slants that are golfers got on a little hillside that DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy INCREASE . . . . . . . . . $54,91148The
thrown up to him are from the arms overlooked the valley, Honus ap- sewing of all kinds, and work ready .
of Tom Seaton, Russell Ford, Otey proached the tee for the experimentalI when promised, at room No. 6, overEstes' management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co.? endeavorsto

Crandall or some of the recruit pitchers .,, ',.. "'" Baldwin.drug store. Misses Keen & persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its

in the new league. Most of I Honus teed up his ball with consid- treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
w KaufFs hits have the same whistling erable sand underneath, stepped backa WANTED-Position as nurse in con- Accounts of all who desire the services of a well.equipped and

'' .force that made Wagner and Lajoie foot or two, grasped the club firmlyin housekeeper.finement cases Best, general references.nursing Phone or safely conducted bank are cordially invited.IttMMHMIJIIIIIIIMI .

famous tt ilugfen, but he also is a his huge paws and then made a 515. 7-8-5t
wonderful man at laying down bunts mighty swing. The wood crashed HMMHtMIHMMMHOSTEOPATHY "" """"' -"
YOUNG LADY of 16 wants to do
'and beating them out. full and fair against the ball, and
general housework in good home
If; Eauff, in his present form, had away it shot like a rifle bullet. It information at Sentinel office. I It III' III Jill 11111 11111 III.
been uncovered in the American or cleared not only the valley, but the Griffing's Trees I

National league this year, his face town on the other'side of it, and when LOST-One two year old bay colt, Give ResultsOrder : For Sale *
would be peering forth from the : last seen the ball still was sailing up- weighs about 1,000 pounds. Any DR. '
J. C .HOWELL I
sporting pages almost daily. But the ,wards in the general direction of the information kindly notify this office. your ROSES and ARBORVI-
7-lMw Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo I -
Indianapolis :star has the misfortunes sun. TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow.

'! being in a new league this year j!i "I kinda thought I could do it," FOR RENT extra charge for house treatment Offlee opposite P. 0. i\ j Modern 8-room

and his deeds are not being very'I was Honus' nly remark as he made Telephone connections GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne
.widely heralded. But before another his second drive. FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Office cor. Orange and Central Area. r j ; House 2 doors |

year rolls round, those who have seen I S. W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney reason:
street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev DR. F. C. BOARDMAlt The Griffings are the best and : west of Wyoming : :
Kauff in most of his games, declare The fans in Chicago who have remained enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. most experienced propagatersin I r
that even the most biased Organized loyal to the Cubs are now be- the state, and one or more ij Hotel. Bargain |
tF .critic will have to admit that Kauff ; moaning the fact that Tinker I and FOR RENT Two office spaces in DENTISTBoardman of ground.the five are always on the

;f :takes rank with Cobb, Jackson, and Evans are no longer in their midst. our store at No. 9 W. Church street Building I .
:
.Speaker. I They feel that with these two stars Come in and we will how you. Pierce W H. BROKAW I
'z_ . s I( back in the Cub infield the Cubs Electric Co. 3-29-tf Office Hours: Salesman I I ta -

Kauff, by the way,. was a member '! would have a mighty bright chance 8:301012:00 1:30 to 4:00: Grapefruit and Orange Trees j j A. L Bentley
TO RENT-Some desirable mod- |
of the New York Yankees for a brief for the pennant.I very Telephone 540. ,
ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563.
'' period in 1911. Even then he showedwonderful I * *
4-26-tf i ; 10 L AMELIA AVENUE | |
ability as a batter,.but he Tinker's position at the shortstop- .
I. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Who is your painter and decorator?
i: lacked field experience, and HalE ping job never has been filled satis- MISCELLANEOUS potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. If you are satisfied keep the one you I till ill I1111 III Jill II' II"
s# Chase, then manager of the club, t I factorily. It always has remained Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,I -
DYNAMITING done in all its branches. Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf Ne. 636. 120tfiMMMMMMIMMaMMItMl Read the advertisements daily.IT'S .
timed him loose because he felt that the weak spot in the inner breast-
I Clearing land is our specialty.
he did not have time to develop him., I works. Bill Sweeny who is playing
The Yankees at that time were well at second in place of Johnny Evers, Let us do tour work. Estimates ! ! !!! ! !" " '.' tlll.ttllll. . !tl !tt! t
cheerfully given. L. N. Lewis, 406S. -.IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt
fortified with fielders. I is doing some good work but he is no
1 Kauff went to the New London, Evers either in hitting, fielding or East street 7-14-lmo

Conn., team in the Eastern Association thinking.T. TIME TO ME UP 1[ U HOUSE

and set it afire with his terrific .litlilllttHllllilMIIIWFor .
I
I; fitting.t He took part in 135 games, S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone



':'Z: tots finishing ah average pfiyjeVsarly wett3 the.theFeds of season,extra.345.were last bases.IWhen with Many looking winter.176 of hits aroundor one those for offfieir 12, Orlando.WfAlTU Of\ HAIR 3-5-tf OR Sale ::I:I j f FURNISHING Q QUESTION( IN R REAL( l lE



scouts was tipped off to Kauffand EXCHANGEFive

the demon slugger affixed his Parisian Sage Makes Thin Lifeless I AR1: T ESTOur
p name to a contract Hair Soft and Abundant. Room House, built
lit Beautiful hair, thick soft, fluffy,,
lustrous and free from dandruff, is of cement blocks 24x36,
r. J Down in Hot Springs, Va., the natives one of woman's, greatest charms, yetso stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive
at1n=tell, with bated breath, of&e have streaked, thin and lifeless Cartright shingles two
many delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added ,
there is
and thik remedy.
terrific drive made by Honus hair no lots 100x150, some young
W agne&iff the Pirates, when he Pretty hair is largely a matter of and pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -
peach
,
orange grape-
mixeditp in a golfing game there care.Frequent application of Parisian 'in every sense of the word.
fruit Driven well
during a recent visit Sage well rubbed into the scalp is all trees.
t Honus, so the story goes, had been that is needed-it acts like magic.Tryit 200 feet. 11111111111111111111111111111111..1111111111111111111I111I 1I1I
cpaxed out onto the links and tonight-you will really be surprised -
was with the result. Not only will the Address : j I CHARGE ACCOUNTS-Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
J&iownthe intricacies of the game. hair become sift, fluffy, raidant with ,

J. Honus went the rounds once or twice, life and really doubly beautiful, but Box 424 ' to purchase goods on extended payments; without the expense of joining -
but, because he was handicapped by all dandruff disappears, falling hair ,

the advice of the expert golfers, he feels and itching fine. scalp cease-your head \ \ clubs or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this

never was able to get a full swingat All druggists sell a large bottle of!, Kissimmee, Florida
the ball. However, after the game Parisian Sage for fifty cents. Get it\ I I' j ; feature to you.
1 from McElroy's Pharmacy, he will : : 68imMMMIIMIMMMHIIillH
refund the money if you are not satis- MnilMMIIIMIMMIMJMMtmmiMIIMMMMMmiMMMHKincaid

Takes Off Freckles, fied."llllllllllllllllllllllllt.

1. Removes Tan. ", WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

., Beantifyyourcompleiioo. Get f. SUMMER TIME IS AND DO ALL KINDS OF l Snowden
rid of those freckles You can OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. I
invest SOc in a jar of WILSOX'S >
FRECKLE CREAM .. FLY TIMEAre

F and tieyll disappear. Severe .- those windows screen-

q cases may We require two jars-. I ed yet? Patented detachable e.
Bo more. positively guarantee Furniture of Characterat
this, and if your complexion I ; hangers used on all
isn't fully restored to screens. No ladder needed -
iU natural beauty, .e agree to refund your to take off or put on
'
;' money WILSON'S without FRECKLE argument CREAM And is in a fine addition., fragrant when washing windows. Popular Prices....... .
toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to L H. RAMSDEU
a and doe and
positively"remove TAN
JKECKLES. Try it at onr risk. Price SOe- R.J.WALDRON OPTOMETRIST
t lent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00. Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando FloridaOpen
WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Jc. Wilson ; Contractor and Builder Saeeesat ,
Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. C, makers. 11 ( to Dr. 0. P. Ltkiiu)
Per sale.by 410 West Street
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Association.) A BUFFALO -AT A- THE MARKETOf

CLEVELAND

' The movement to give the vote to BARGAINThree Cleanliness
Of
,Southern women is becoming very QualityFRESH

active and it would be a fine tribute

to the intelligence and worth of our r ,. ten acre tracts on AND SALT MEATS
Southern womanhood to place themon
Orlando and Kissimmee road FISH AND GAME
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a political plane where their opinions THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"Length
and judgement could be voicedin 500 feet;breadth 98 fat,bcbea;510 ataterooma and parlor accommodating: 1300: pwen. only two and one half miles
r". CiMtcr nat larger in all proportion* richer in all appointment!-lh n any aleamer oa Kept under the best sanitary conditions.Everything .
the State. The South needs the inland water of the world. la serve June 15th.Magnificent from the post office, Orlando.

counsel and help of its women, and Steamers"SEEANDBEE.""City of Erie"aDd"City of Buffalo" screened away from the flies, and kept fresh I
Will sell all. The
chivalrous Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND ,one or
votes for women should be the -May let to Dee.1stA and
aim of every true Southern man. w Leave ArriveOeveland Buffalo . '7JO:00 P.A.M.M. ''ArriveBuffalo Lave Cleveland . . 9:00 7JOA.M.P.M. *' price will double when the pure.

* (Eattera Standard Time) brick road is laid. Other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
Caaneetiont at Cleveland for Pot-in-BjT Toledo.Detroitaad pointa'fttlDdSoa1hwm.Railroad
:The Southern States Woman Suffrage tiaket reading betwec Bale udle.elm&ore good forinujortetioaoa our ateamera.Ak small for everything in the Meat Line
voor ticket agent foe tickau via Co&B.Line. 'Vi'rile 111 for handmne fllaitrated booUet free. tracts grove purposes -
a Conference is organized for the
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland 0. at buying values. Also
purpose of securing the vote for the

women of the Southern States. Re- desirable groves and city The PARLOR MARKET

cognizing the qualifications now existing -
property at prices that command
in the States relative to the

4 vote, Southern women ask only that attention. H. M. Self & Co.
the same privileges be accorded to

their sex. This is an eminently fair PINE
Cooper & Atha STREET t
demand and one to. which all Southern -

men with any sense of justice Phone No. 80
!will agree. Whatever applies to i&/ i 1U South Orange Are, Ground Floor

_Southern men is applicable to South- > Phone No. 311 .
ern women. ,Nothing more is asked,

,e nothing less should be given. I

* Just arrived car load i 1 t 1rl'11"III"1111'111111111111111.111111111111111111111" '"''''''''
Colorado, Utah, Ida-
In Wyoming,
ho, California, Washington, Oregon, FORDS for immediate -

Kansas, Arizona and Alaska women
Lave full suffrage. In Illinois women delivery.Get .

vote upon practically all questions W. M. SLEMONSNew

except for the State Legislature.This yours now

means that in the next Presi-

dential:: election nearly four million F. (.. RUSH,

women will be enabled to voice their
preference 'for the President of the Phone 226 Goods Arriving Daily

determining I It ) ____ -t, I IJ
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In addition to the ten States in

which women have the right of ballot, I .

Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota -
,:Missouri, Ohia and, Nevada may We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
I
enfranchise their women at the elections rAii made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. '"King Quality" Shoes.
hasa
next November. Oklahoma
petition in circulation which win Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet.

enable the voters of the State This
c Pants and Overalls made by Sweet Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
petition will be submitted in August

and if carried wil permit Oklahomavote I &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
at the State election in November -
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The most intelligent women of the ; c

various Southern States will form I W. M. SLEMONSAVENUESunttttttnntttntttnuO

the advisory Council of the Southern

States Woman Suffrage Conference.

This is a history making group, and ORANGE
will place the South in its proper I

place of political importance and i,n i Qq, y p1>rJ11 lUII IL+4 w uu. .

5 'p minence. I.
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PLENTY. OF MEN LIKE THE DOG .
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;:' WI La COltumnmmmmnnni

A dog sat out in the midnight chill !! ,

and howled'at the beaming moon;his
T t .. .. .
knowledge of music was strictly nil tIll 11111 11111 II

and his voice was out of tune. And he \ l Low Round Trip RatesFROM

howled and howled as the hours went I ''
by, while dodging the brick we threw, JACKSONVILLE: "Starve the Ply"That
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$43.5 CodiaaU $33.00
e
$37.75
in the western' St.Lori ur.
till.the moon was low Duver . SI." St. rid . 5J.7S leaavifle . J1.50CeUrais
sky, and his voice was split in two. '' StkLakaCft Spriap-- 51.5.71.60 Dthrt Wiaaipef. .....7175 II j* Evasnffl Getup* .. .. .. 21.40 JUS should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
thing at which to . T.... . 4U la4ua,.Es . JS.MNrtlui
And there wasn't TtDnrsttM! 11." house of flies is the of cleanliness.
. 1M.M Mariral . 55.45 Ruck Lick . 35JO swatted flies around the house the way to rid your way
howl, over which a pup should weep. Seattle .... 1"." Petatkrw .. .. .53.00 SliS T Detroit..Wa .. .. .. 41.11 4350 That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
83.5 Mackau
And the course of the dog was wrong SaaFruc LatAttelet ICt. 8J. O a. .. . 47.40 CbtaUtqu . 47.40 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything. clean, meals on
and foul, for people were wild to sleep. Ckalu Park . 817S Miann Fab 47.40 Muuwrta Cava 30JO time and properly cooked.

There are plenty of men like that lObo Michigan Low ntM the to other Great points Lake m and Colorado Rocky Mountain California Canada.Proportionally Minoe Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and

blamed fool hound, who yell when low rate from other points the State. grime. 'Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
30. Return limit Oct.31.
September
Ale caiI7.antil
the Tickets
;, there's nothing wrong, disturbing sound-the 11 on. VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
with senseless
country 9 t 1 LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't.feed it any more wood.
t
pessimist's doleful song.-Clear Signal .. { Gome thrcogn St Looia returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, coot and comfortable.
- orTiceverM. LiberalltopoG'feri on all tickets.

TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
1a- through train daily choice of three different
OPEN ALL NIGHT I I
, routes.
/} ' TInt dally thaw to the southwest through New
,- The City Drug Store is at your ser i\ -g; Orleans Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time. Orlando Water & LightCompany
vice both day and night. Prompt, I Rock UlUst No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated
f : r@1" I booklets of summa touriat resorts rates. akep-
t dependable, courteous. tfI fag cu reservations and other information,address
Gas Department
I H. C. BRETIIEY >
I ,
Bobber atuspt made to order at ) ,
FkriiPn.aOaAtat
'W ra \'. Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. III lilMMMmillflMlitt.ttntHtllllllMttM
Caw Peu at F. F. Dutton's, San.'foN ,D4W.stliiStrMl.JACKSOKVHU.FU: . ( <
PIa.. Write or phone for prices.
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flFWHR[ MAY NAVE[ OPPONENT[


1 say*try; f FOR R THE[ SENATE[ [ 1


for if we never tru
.axe :tuinnn
d J Jn
' Bull Moose Will Try to Show PrimaryLaw
we never succeed -
Unconstitutional and Put
a iru.ol"i. ,.
7 Maxwell in Race


Jacksonville, Fla., July 16.-Her- '.){: ;. :' :,:: E:t y; j:
bert L. Anderson, Bull Moose leaderin '
f r
Florida, will attempt to prove the

...... Bryan primary law unconstitutional, : :

and behind the scheme is said to be

NEVER- AGAIN! the John Progressive S. Maxwell,party of Jacksonville candidacy, for of 111111 J : : 'r i. !](r S.F! aof1 taj'!!!(3\Blt\ 111tH

the United States senate, in opposi- ;
Never again win you enjoy the dollars you have already -
i- tion to the regular Democratic nomi-,

them spent. They are gone.-what can you show for nee, bill Duncan of complaint U. Fletcher.A and.an application .t1;; II 11111 Just issued by order of the Comptroller of the

c It's the dollars you save and bank here at 4 per cent. for a temporary injunction restraining flhjj U. S. Currency, shows .YiI 111111
- the secretary of state, H. i
} compound interest that give assurance of future comforts

and better business opportunities. the Clay Bryan Crawford act by, from certifying complying the nomi-with j: i [ I Deposits, June 30, 191' $378.386.00 : '

r Isn't this one fact sufficient inducement to begin sating nations for state and national officesto ;: II Ii 1

AT ONCE-to bank regular in our Savings Department the various counties of the state Increase, since our last published :::::: ..
f ? for the purpose of making up lists of 1:1 II II I 1 statement, March 4, '

A', Democratic nominees for the general : 1914, ii)SiS3de2SIncrease

The State Bank oi Orlando election in November, were filed in the
circuit court for Leon county at Tal- ....

lahassee this morning. The application ii1 II U',' in past t 1 1f1( / 111l '
9 9
,- . for injunction will be returnable : 12 months" tO, UQ( ) (!JlUlo :
before Judge James T. Wills, of the '. !

eighth judicial circuit of Gainesville, '

next for.Monday.the complainant Mr. Maxwell is counsel i' THE( REASON i


r Is Lengthy Affair ll.tJW) For our continued growth is known to our ". f'
.
ur.Account i hH1 The bill of complaint filed at Talla- :: : :

n hassee is said to be a lengthy affair.It [,:... ......,." depositors. Are you one of them, yet ? \.: :. ....)

cites is understood many reasons that'why the complainant he believesthe ;;% f! r%

IIMIiMMIMMMiilttlHMMIIIIIIHillllHHCOW Bryan act is unconstitutional,

among the principal objections being . ..,. . . . .
. .. . ,
that the Bryan act provides that a . -..
H1 PEASWe man has to be a qualified elector in ." ;> ';' .'': .'. ,: .. . <'" ... .. ., ..: '..:' .' ,, ......,':..'.....,. .'. ,
May, when the general election laws : '' : : ::

provide that a man shall be a quali- 0 L I j' C\v. , D t .0': ; ;
II.
fied elector in November. .' : .,. :.':'.,. ." '..'. ',.. .. . ....... .. .. ...... :. ,., _,;.. 3L 3-
The complainant, Mr. Anderson, . ';. .... :.. ... : ; :". ; .:. .. ':',,' ; .. .,,: : :: :

was formerly a leader of the Repub- .
have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB licans in Florida. ,He has teen a ::: (. ).: ;:.: -' '. .. ., = ., '" ". ... .
great admirer of Theodore Roosevelt. : /t. /:: v'{ l'i"F.';!. : : :"'"'.:< :.: :::. ..w : .) .:,;,.: ;.<:. ..:; >::7:1THE : ; : ::: ::

HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming a
( When the Republican party split, Mr.
quantity desired. Price sure right. Anderson remained a Roosevelt man.
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c We carry constantly a full line of crate material of connection with the attempt to J m ;;;; tiiiiittiMMiittttiiHnHnMnMMMiMiiiiMfriit'ttittitt'i'ti'i'i IMHIftMMMUMMMM .tii

all kinds. prove the Bryan primary law uncon-
a stiutional, it was reported on the MMItllilllilllilMIIIMIIiiHlliiiiHiltllliillilllllilHIIIHI
Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car- streets today that John S. Maxwell

t riers, etc. Phones 181191.F. would be a candidate on the Pro-
gressive party ticket for the United
States senate, in opposition to the GRAND I) THEATRECOOLEST

., P1. Dutton Democratic. Maxwell nominee is remaining, Mr. Fletcher.Mr. rather.

l quiet on the subject, but it is believed
?
SANFORD FLORIDA
I he will make a definite announcement

a r 5-15-tf. :I in al; few days. SPOT IN THE TOWN |
The outcome of the injunction case
I is awaited with interest. MMMMMHIHIIIMIMMtMltlMMItMIHHimtllMimiMHIMHTODAY
4

: till 11111 11111 11111 isiii ii S I MMIIIIIIIIIIIHMWe + APOPKA ITEMS
H

Frank H. ,Davis and family start
Will Put the Reinsof for New Hampshire next Sunday.

w They wilt go in their auto as far as Miss Florence Turner in "The Murdoch Trial," in

Success in Your Jacksonville, and ship the canto New
York city via Clyde Line steamer, big parts; arthor and producer, Larry Trimble Miss

I f Hands I I while Savannah he and by rail family and go will to proceed New York to i Turner is the old Vitagraph star and favorite of all the

on the Savannah line of the Ocean movie fans. You witnessed her ability then. She's bet-.
b How? witha I Steamship company. Mr. Davis has.
By furnishing
you : secured quarters at a cottage on a. ter than ever A picture with a purpose.

perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative beautiful lake in the mountains near .

call on you. He will give yo'u a tor Norwood from, New to which York place city he in will his mo-car. One screaming comedy- will be shown in connection

I formula that will make and mature Mr.weeks.Davis expects to be gone several with this big feature. .

your fruit.ORLANDO The election to bond the city for I '
$13,000 for the purpose of erecting a
THAT ORCHESTRA J
city hall and installing an electric
light plant will be held next Satur-

I esting day., It election.A. will no. doubt be very inter- CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS 15c.

T nm r rtiM Ca
rn r W. Walker went to Jacksonvillelast

Friday night to visit friends. He To-morrow---"The Forbidden Rooms in three
is expected home Friday night of this ,
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA week and will bring his bride with
big reels featuring Pauline Bush in a dual role.
,
him, having been married last Mon-
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: day night.A.
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a new coat of paint.
Jf'f'.jnh l Painters are at work on the new

homes being built on Orange street Kfote Tfewi,tw,it does a man goodto t
by Hairy dark and A W. Walier. learn that his is just as
opponent
Pen That CAN'T Leak Guy Zepp is building a new houseon honest as he is and has equal right to II JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN
A Fourth street near the Atlantic his opinions. HULIEY, Ph. D., tilt. D., tU D., President

The original Moore's Non-Leakable fountain. Coast Line railroad station. I THE BEST SCHOOL TOO IS HONE GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN
A concrete sidewalk is being
new
pen is the one always satisfactory, under NEW METHODIST COLLEGE TO Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begin SeptJ 25.
laid along the south side of Fourth
40 Professors and Instructors College of Liberal Arta
all conditions. Out of over a hundred sold street from Park avenue to the Bap- BE AT ATLANTA 17 University Buildings College of Law
28 Aere Campus College of Technology
' in less than all with tist church.A 469 Students Last Tear College of Easiness
by us a year, an unlimited Atlanta Ga. 16.Atlanta
public discussion of the bond July 11,800,000 Endowment Preparatory Academy
guarantee, only one has been returned -. was selected as the seat of the uni- 23,500 Volumes in Library School of Mechanic Arts
question was held at the new hotel J1000Q Pipe Organ School of Music
. to be established east of the Laboratories for Science School of Fine Art
a versity 10 Large
and it was replaced by the mamufactur- grounds on Fourth street last Mon- Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School
3 without day nigh.t Out of town speakerswere Mississippi river by the Methodist Separate Dormitories for youn men and young women. Careful administration
A with such
ers question. a .
pen Episcopal church, South, at a meeting and thorough supervision, Christian and not sectarian teaching.For
advertised, but failed to appear.A catalog or news, for information,or for room reservation address
record is cf further here of the education commis-
today
worthy your enquiries.W. good sized crowd assembled and as B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. MLAM,
sion the confer- JOHN fIOlUDA
appointed by general
F Apopka always has resources of her
of the church to choose b location
ence a -
own from which to draw, she proved
; S. BRANCH, equal to this occasion also, and local for the proposed institution. '
Ala., and Hendersonville
Birmingham, -
talent was called into service and a
tile,,Arcade Book and Music Store iiis- N. C., were strong contendersfor
st's very interesting and instructive the university. The vote selecting WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?
--" cussion followed, giving both sides of I
CHINESE REBELS REACH SAN ment forms, to prepare themselvesfor the question. Such discussions plainly Atlanta was announced as 12 to 2.II I I II FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

FRANCISCO greater service to China they said. honestly given do much to educate I I FOR WOMEN GAINESVILLE
subscribers who contemplate
Besides the general the party includes and enlighten the people, and it seems Sentinel TALLAHASSEE.College .
San Francisco, July 16.-Headed his secretary Hsu Sun Pak, to this writer that it would have paidto vacations in the mountains or
the Sentinel of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;
by Hwang Hsing, who led the republican Lieut. Gen. Lee Shu Chen, Maj. Gen. have more of them in regar to elsewhere, may have by School of Music; School of Expression i
Colleges and Divisions Liberal Art:
forces in the first revolution in Shi Tao Chun, and J. Y. Dang, a republican this matter. Those in favor of bondsare mail without any additional expense School School:of Modern Art; Extension Gymnasium Division with;swimming Graduate I. Law 8 ; Engineering; Agnraltor; ; Teacher ; .

; China, five Chinese are here today journalistBuy in'dead earnest and determined to and the address changed as often as pool modern; basket buildings ball:and beautiful tennis campus courts mew: dormitories and- vision College;;Graduate Experiment SchooL Station Ten;new Extension briekbnGda Di-
('with a price 'on their heads because win if possible. Those opposed are desired. have all modern conveniences; new tags besides gymnasium, swimming pool,and
subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors -
hygienic in many
kitchen most
pt; their activity in a movement for garden seed from DeLa- equally determined to win, and no one dining Florida;room 418 young and ladies from 49 counties and assistants. S54 young men
fi, the overthrow o{,President Yuan Shi I Il' ney & your Abernethy. Just received a can say their reasons are not good.A WOOD, COAL AND ICE and TUITION 12 states FREE last session.in College and Normal foreign r-om 47 countries Florida counties last session.and U States and
Kal big.shipment of fresh seed ;3-13-tf free discussion will better enable School Board and entrance fees for the l I TUITION FREE, Board and Entrance Fees
44. '''he'Chineie.: are visiting the United j the people to determine which is best Wood, also a strand up. Hand's year 12100.EDWARD For catalogue C9 1t\DI.write President I. 13150 per year.A. A.Write MURPHKEIV today for frsidentiF catalogue

. .1" : .political and. gown-8 Try the Se&tinel> Job.De ent. .for,-the..'town_ andthe,, citizens as a Coal Yard, phone 565. 9-31-tf
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