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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 19, 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: VID00385
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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S THE MORNING SENTINEL.




THE PAPER THAT EVERYBODY 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.


VOLUME TWO ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1914.
r NUMBER 137.



ANGELES[ [ Will L BE[ NW[ r PRESIDENT[ [ DISTRICTAIIORNEY r SMITH Awm' ALLEGED WIFE H OBSON N WA f FOUND GUILTY AND



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HAS. THE BACKING OF STATE MilITIA Will BREAK l -

VILLA AND HIS ARMYIN DOESN'T LIKE BEING CRIT- THIS- IS LATEST THEORY IN X250,000 IS NEEDED[ mR SAN TWO OF MEN WHO HELD

NORTHmm CAMP TODAY T ICIZED BY WOMAN IN- CASE OF WOMAN WHO FRANCISCO I SNOW UP AUTO BUS FREEDBY

DICTED FOR BAILEY POSED FOR YEARSAS w JURY

Boys Were Paid Off Yesterday and MURDER A MAN -
Florida Commissioners in Frisco Tell
HMHIE OLD JOB Will Pack Up for the

Homeward Trip What They Can Accomplish to HOBSON SENTENCE E TUESDAY MORNING

CALLED "SNAKE BODY WIll Bf Show Off This State
BREAKING OUT OF NEW REVOLUTION HIM IN THE I blt/wo/ RBNTfRRID AT TAMPA -

WORRYING STATE DEPARTMENT Jacksonville, Fla., July 18.-Camp I San Francisco- COURT REQUESTS NEWSPAPERS

AT WASHINGTON, will be broken tomorrow and by night- PROSECUTOR CLAIMS HE HAS CARDS FOUND IN DEAD WO- Florida exposition, July 18.-1f the NOT TO PUBLISH EVIDENCE
commission is
fall the permitted
rapid departure of the state
WHICH IS MAKING EVERY EF- troops will leave only the seventysixmen EVIDENCE SUFFICIENT TO SECURE MAN'S BIBLE INDICATE SHE by the people of Florida to GIVEN AT TRIAL-HOBSOX'S

FORT FOR PEACE and officers of Company H, INDICTMENT FOR MURDER HAD POSED AS MAN FOR AT work out the plans that the commission ATTORNEY WILL APPEAL FORA

Twenty-ninth United States infantry, IN FIRST DEGREE MRS. LEAST 35 YEARS-OXCE LIVED J has for participating in the Pan NEW TRIAL

Washington, July 18.-Specia1.-( ) in the encampment. CARMAN RELEASED ON BAIL IN NEW YORK tl Ration of our exposition state will the be second represen to -

General Angeles, the organizer of That the camp has been one of the I that of no other state in the Union," "We, the jury, find the defendant

Villa's artillery and now secretly the most successful and enjoyable they Freeport N. Y., July 18.Spe( That the woman who posed as the. said W.N. Conoly,of Jacksonville,one H. F. Hobson guilty of assault with

commander of the constitutionalist have ever known is repeated by both cial-Stung) by the criticism which wife of "Hiram E." Calder, the wo of the members of the Florida corns intent to murder in the second degree,

generals, is to be made president ad officers and instructors. Even the Mrs. Carman and her husband have man who masqueraded for years a mission on getting up a display from and J. S. Tyner and M. V. Shirley

interim of Mexico, according to con- hospital and emergency corps had heaped upon him since the formerwas a man only to have her secret revealed that state for the big fair, and whois not guilty, so say we all. Wm. Mos-

fidential information received by the little to do except follow instructionwork indicted yesterday for killing on her death bed at the county here, with other members of the let, foreman."

heads of the state department. The little sickness being recorded. Mrs. Bailey, two weeks, ago, District home, was really her daughter, i is commission. The above verdict was rendered by

power of Villa has been thrown to The heavy rains yesterday after Attorney Smith tonight lashed out in the theory advanced last night by "It is the jury about six o'clock yesterday
strictly the
to
Angeles.At noon and in the early evening gave return, declaring that Celie Colemancan Mrs. D. M. Topliff. M rs. Topliff i is Florida. We up people of afternoon, thus closing the case of

the recent Torreon conference the infantrymen a good idea of "su b- tell enough about what took greatly interested in charity work are trying there to raise the gunmen who held up and shot
$250,000, and I think
between Carranza and the military marine" warfare without the aid of place on the day of the shooting to I and during the last few months of be successful. From we what are I going have already to into the Orlando-Oakland auto bus on
the
chiefs Angeles, at the dictation of submarines. Bonfires in the streetsof indict Mrs. Carman for first degree the Calder woman's life frequently seen, the afternoon of June 27th, wounding
celebration
Villa, was by secret agreement given the camp were used after dark for murder yet. visited her and knew her perhaps better people of California great the three men and being badly beaten by

drying purposes, the boys acting than in are preparing the passengers who fought desper-
as Orlando
Supreme command over all generalsof In so many words Smith declared any one except for next year I can honestly that
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say ately.
the constitutionalist army. Car the "clothes horses. that if Dr. Carman and his wife persisted Mr. Hungerford, for whom she 1.'the amount will not be too much task o Shirley and

ranza was allowed to retain the title However, the boys would have been ilcalling him a "snake in the worked so many years. )I for to give an adequate display from and Tyner Hobson were released

of "first chief," but was shorn of all 1 willing to go through twice as much grass" he must ask the grand juryto It is strange that this theory has> 'of the resources; and advantages of sentence custody will receive

military authority, and his functions water in view of the fact that the'j' reconsider the indictment, with the not been suggested before, because it Florida and of the activities of the morning.In at nine o'clock Tuesday

limited to. civil and diplomatic mat paymaster arrived, having the au added evidence he has obtained is so logical and is the only theory .'!I people of our state." view of the wide
ters. thority and wherewithal to dish out which the I publicity that
against the woman. He also threatened upon deep affection of the' I
This is
the has
been
of
expression W. N. given to all the details of
The significance of this action lies the "filthy lucre" for the ten daysof suit for criminal libel against two can be explained. It will be recalled
| Conoley, secretary of the Jackson- this case, as well as the publication
in the strenuous enjoyment. them. that when the supposed wife of
following paragraph of the
ville
I I board of trade and exposition of much of the evidence, making it
plan of Guadalupe: Mimic warfare, which sounded like j the Calder woman died in Tampa in I
Smith
said that
commissioner
if from
certain facts Florida, after two difficult to secure a jury, Judge War-
"When the constitutionalist the real thing with volley following 1910 Calder wag heartbroken and'
army now in his possession were submitted days in San Francisco. Two days low yesterday morning requested thee
occupies Mexico volley, raged when Major Harrison I frantic with grief, seven spendinghours
Carranza ,
City
or M rs. Carman would never be triedon more have been entirely filled by th newspapers not to publish the evi
whoever may succeed him in command with the First battalion of the First the charge of manslaughter. Dr. : at the grave, buying a fine I1 i I reception accorded the commissioners dence. The state closed its case
; of-the shall be infantry, resisted the attacks of Major I I monument and providing a place for"his" yes-
army, appointed Carman and his wife, who remained by exposition and city officials, and terday morning with the testimony
ad interim head Cawthorn, with the Second and burial by the side of the "wife."
executive. I in their closed house ut-1 I in of
today, have familiarizing themselves with the Dr. J. S. McEwan relative to the
The plan of Third batalions of the same regiment. I Calder was a devout Catholic and'
Guadalupe contin-
was (
terly changed their tactics, refusing !i exposition itself. wounds received by the bus passen-
ued in force at the Torreon confer It was an "attack on Jacksonville," yesterday her Bible was turned over
sharply to discuss the
case with newspaper "I have been to all of the recent gers.
ence. At the time the conferencemet and the city was saved only by the men. to :Mrs. Topliff by the superintendentof I The defendants
expositions said Mr. the
"and were put on
Conoley,
Angeles was in disgrace with fearless work of the immortal First, the county home. Cards in the
there stand by the defense and
can be Hobson told
no question as to the
Carranza, after having been removed though at times the outcome was Bible indicate that Calder had been t
Mrs. Carman supremacy in of the a very interesting story which the
from his cabinet. The concentrationof doubtful on account of the strengthof Released on Bail j masquerading as a man for at least I I every respect
Panama-Pacific. It is order of the court forbids
Villa's troops in the north is regarded the enemy. Freeport, N. Y. July 18.-} rs. i 35 years, and the sacred picture cards to be a truly publica
:Florence Carman, released in the Bible to show that she [ I I j I wonderful display of the innumerable tion.The
as a move to stand guard The regimental drill, including both yesterday ; go was
state called
[ achievements number
of
i of the As a wit
from I i : race. a spectacle
over Carranza and make sure the regiments, National Guard of Florida, : the county jail on $20,000 bail deeply religious. One of the cards
I I too, the exposition is withouta nesses in rebuttal and then the argu
Torreon for trial this fall on a charge of bore the inscription:
manslaughter i
agreement will be carried and the guard mount were the spec- I ment by counsel consumed
predecessor that can be comparedto a coupleof
out If Villa moves on Mexico City tacles for yesterday afternoon. No in connection with the murder "Presented to H. E. Calder by it"'FLORIDA hours, Attorney A. J. Rowe lead-

it is expected that upon reaching visitors and little else of interest occurred of Mrs. Louise Bailey, today told Mary, Aug.th, 1879. I ing for the defense, Solicitor Tilden

there Angeles will immediately be during the afternoon on ac for the first time her story, which Another was inscribed, "To H. E. I following, and Attorney A. K. Pow

proclaimed provisional president. count of the.rain. the indicting grand jury had refusedto Calder from Mary Hughes, May 28t1R79" h' CITIES GET PUBLICBUILDING ers, of Sanford, who came into the

Villa will be given command of the hear. 'MONEY case yesterday, closing for the de

Mexican military, and Carranza will BASEBALL RESULTS In.a statement, Mrs. Carman de- In Calder's Bible was also found a ( fense. The _jUry_ was out .just. thirty___n.

probably be permitted to resume his tailed her movements on the night of receipt from St. Joseph's Union, La- I I Washington, July 18.-The senate minutes, returning once to ask the"

former office as governor of Coa- National League the murder of Mrs. Bailey in her Fayette place, New York city, for I today incorporated into the general court for information relative to the

huila. Chicago 4, Brooklyn 2. husband's office, denounced the detectives dues for "the homeless child" until I deficiency bill these additional items names of the defendants.

The depleted condition of the :Mexican Cincinnati 3, Boston 6. employed by the district attorney March 1, 1888. I for public buildings in Southern When Hobson is brought before the

treasury, which threatens ,a re St.Louis 6, Philadelphia 5. and declared she had no fear Mrs. ToplifTs theory is that pos- cities: court Tuesday morning to receive

volt in Mexico City, the action ofi ,Pittsburg 3-5, New York 06. of "conviction "unless the frame me sibly the Calder woman made one un- |I' Apalachicola, Fla., site and commencement sentence it is understood that Attor-

Orozco in already starting a counterrevolution American Leaguer up. fortunate misstep in her early life, of postoffice and customs ney Rowe will enter a motion for a
and factional warfare nea house, $7,500.
new trial.
Acapulco, on the west coast, and the New York 5, St. Louis 2. Why She Spied on Her Husband possible and in order and save to conceal the daughter it as far from as ; Cape Charles, Va., postoffice site, The verdict was a surprise to nearly
Boston 2, Detroit 4.
renewed activities of, Zapata is causing Mrs. Carman said it was not true shame, she assumed the garb of a $3,700. every one familiar with the case,

concern at Washington. It is Philadelphia 4-4, Chicago 11. that she was "insanely jealous, as the man and when her daughter grew to | Clinton, S. C., site an dcommence- it being the general sentiment that

I hoped peace can be speedily established Washington 5, Cleveland 3. newspapers lead people to believe." womanhood passed her off as "his" ment of postoffice, 5500. all were equally guilty and deservingof

but officials in touch with the Federal League' She explained that, she was merely wife. I I, Eatonton, Ga., postoffice site, $3- punishment: ,--.
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whole situation confidentially admitted Pittsburg 1-4, Brooklyn 75. curious "The .
saying: fact of the 750.Lakeland I
l that the end is far from being insight Buffalo 0-2, Baltimore 815. matter is that I had been on numer- When Calder's health began to fail Fla., site and commence-- I AROUND BEAUTIFUL APOPKA
she appealed to her closest friends
Kansas City 1, Chicago 5. occasions with ment of postoffice, $10,000.
ous my husband at and those who had been kind to her "Apopka, the Land of Delight is
St Louis 4, Indianapolis 5. various affairs, and had many a good to that her I,I. Manassas, Va., postoffice site, $3- the name of an attractive booklet of
Huerta to see body was buried by
Depart on German Cruiser Southern League time with him. But such 750. which Helen D. Kertin of Minnesota
r. on occasions the side of the "wife" in Tampa when ,
Puerto Mexico, MeL, July 18.-It Marianna, Fla. and
Memphis-New Orleans; rain. people would rout him about death Mrs. postoffice court is the author.
this
was announced today that General Atlanta-Mobile; rain. his 'many girls' and hint that the came.will Topliff says house, site and commencement, $4- The booklet tells of one of the most
Huerta had decided request be granted as soon as ,
to depart iron Chattanooga 3, Montgomery 1. doctor was 'a regular devil' I simply funds can be raised to move the body 000. delightful spots in Florida and is
this port on board the German cruiser Monroe, Ga., postoffice site, $5,000.
Nashville 6-0, Birmingham 43. made up my mind to find out from the home burial beautifully illustrated and the descriptive -
county ground
Dresden, General Blanquet alone what was the truth in those remarks. I I Mount Airy N. C., postoffice site, articles show the author to
Woodlawn
'accompanying him. South Atlantic League to cemetery in Tampa.
"People often said to him in my $5,000. possess rare gifts as a writer. She
It understood Jacksonville 1-4 Columbia 0-3. Mrs. Topliff will communicate with I I I
,
the Dresden will presence: 'You have a cinch, doctor. Mount Olive, N. C., postoffice site, writes interestingly about the devel-
;proceed to Jamaica, but this has not Savannah 2, Macon 1. You St. Joseph's 'Union in New York in $2,000.
can go out at all hours of the opment of the muck lands around
ty been officially announced. Albany 2, Augusta 1. night or any time of the day. You an effort to find out the early history I( Thomson, Ga., postoffice site, $5- Apopka and gives facts which prove
None of the Columbus 1-3 Charleston 0-2. of the mysterious pair who
refugees will be accommodated have posed so
an office where no one can see 000.Woodstock the fertility of the soil.
on board the British what's, going on and what you are long as man and wife here. j j I Va., postoffice site, $4- So valuable is the booklet to that

cruiser Bristol, which had been utilized work had kept them up till after midnight doing. And so I put in the telephonic 250. section of Florida that the industrial

as a refuge by many of the fugitives The former provisional pres- device." IMPORTANT BOARD OF TRADE department of the Seaboard Air Line

here. ident had not left the railroad car Dr. and Mrs. Carman will leave MEETING PRESBYTERIAN LADIES ADD TO railway is giving it general circula
Owing to their unsuccessful effortsto since his arrival here. i 1 tion. Dixie.
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shortly for an automobile trip to BUILDING FUND
charter the steamer City of MexIco During the latter part of the night Philadelphia and Atlantic It is hoped that the members of I
City.
for the voyage to Jamaica and to General Huerta suffered a slight the Board of Trade will make it a MRS. GEORGE GETS DIVORCE
at-I District Attorney Smith today said The ladies of the Presbyterian
their unwillingness to accept thej tack of indigestion and those point to attend the regular meeting II
he had not abandoned hope that the church netted about fifteen dollars San Francisco, July 18.-(Special.)
Mexican gunboat Bravo, about forty him this said he in
morning Monday night. Important
was an grand jury would yet return a first reportsare for the church building fund, through j I,-Ida Austrian George, the widow of
of
the fugitives, mostly women, will unamiable mood. and other
degree murder indictment against expected interesting the sale of cake and cream last even i!i Bennett Austrian, one of the founders
proceed on the City of Mexico as ordinary The problem of providing food for businesss. 'I
Mrs. Carman. ing. The bazaar was conducted in''of i. the tobacco trust, was granted a

passengers to Galveston byway the refugees was not an easy one. "We will work evidence whichwe front of the Holder house on Court divorce today from Chas. E. George.
of Vera Cruz. The stock of foodstuffs board the on
on TO INSTALL WATER WORKS
I will submit to future street and many attendants at the The decree was granted for desertion.1P .
It is the Bravo a grand
thought gunboat sleeping cars had been exhausted andit
jury," said the district Lucerne were patrons. 3 i j
eventually: may be used to carry stilf i! was found necessary to bring mealsto "with idea of indictment attorney, J. Joseph Raehn, of Orlando, the! The Sentinel force was rememberedby I TEN YEAR 6LD GIRL SIXTH
an for
others of the fugitives away from the train from restaurants in the an man who put down the new city well, the ladies wtih a supply ;; "PLAGUE VICTIM
generous
Mexico. murder in the first degree. We have ]i
eight A message was sent last vicinity. not pets decided when this evidencewill was in town last week arraging withH. 1 of ice cream and cake which was duly ; New Orleans, July 18.-(Special)
to the new government asking Neither Senora Huerta nor Senora W. Thurman to sink
be submitted." an artesiaS 1 enjoyed and appreciated. Helen Soell, a girl ten years of age,
for: permisison to use the gunboat, Blanquet had seen her husband up to I well at Thurman City. was removed to the isolation hospital ,

and an affirmative reply arrived this 7 o'clock this morning but plans were I are going on between these parties TJlE ":EArnER today stricken with 'bofontc, -
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looming.tBeerta.. then being made for an interchange Latest popular music at Curtis & with a view to putting in a water- :!I ]plague R. ':.
f i I
,' and General Blanquet rose of calls before the departure of Huerta | O'Neal's. If we do not have your favorite works system at that p1ace.-OSceoIa I Florida:. sbo r

)'t,*:!::1oek' in spite of the fact that and his former minister of war. we win order it. -' Journal ""I. ,,2H'i,

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

. 5 cans Early June Peas .. ... .. 75c \ 2 Cakes Ivory Soap . . ... .. . . lOc
4 cans Best Maise Corn . ... ... 80c $ 1.40 $1.45
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Georgia the legislature, it seems, Washington, July 17.-In a supple- I Alas, I am weary of swatting, the
specifies by statute the books that mental order today the Interstate : effort seems useless and stale; for ,, ,.
shall be used in the public schools. Commerce Commission held that joint j weeks I've been painfully trotting
They have just pa dMa new bill on through rates on bituminous coal over around after flies, on their trail; I've I
the subject, *yiRpig its multifarious connecting lines from the Kanawhacoal I' doped them with acid carbolic, I've THE
provisio nere is one that restores fields in West Virginia to eastern I slugged them and caught them with GRAND THEATRECOOLEST

Webster's old blue-back spellerto and southeastern points, may exceed I'trap; and still on my forehead they I
its place of honor in the country by five cents per ton the rates in effect frolic, when I lay me down for a'nap..
t school curriculum, and, we believe, contemporaneously over the I hate the pestiferous friskers, which I
that it is even specified that the color through lines of the Chesapeake & tickle my scalp with their toes;
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of the binding shall be of the self Ohio road. The commission previously they're building their nests in my I
same shade of blue that was the de. had held, in its order establishing whiskers, they're picnicking now on :
testation of the dolt boys of long ago through rates over the connecting my nose. They give me all kinds of : !
and the pride of the show pupils that lines, that these rates must be identi- disease, by carrying germs to and :
held the boards at commencementtimes. cal with those of the Chesapeake & fro; I pause here for seventeen MONDAY:
I'''I Ohio. sneezes-I've got the pneumonia, I :
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When the bill came up in the senate -I I The principal southeastern destina- know. I'm strong for those able physicians :
there was only one vote cast tions to which the increase allowed who tell us', "Keep swatting, : "Lucille Love," the girl of mystery in two reels.
against it, after it had been amended i today will be applicable are: you guys, if you would improve the
to,i'require that the pictures, stories :J Clifton Forge, Covington, Richmond conditions, and drive from our country "
' and philosophical lessons, even the I(I Norfolk, Petersburg, Alexan- the flies!" And yet ham wearyof "In Wrong, a Crystal comedy.
very same style of type as the old I I I der and Danville, Va., Greensboro, swatting, I've thrown all my weapons -
book of a century ago should be used Durham, Wilmington, Monroe and away; I'm weary of tirelesssly I
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in the restoration-even to the boy Charlotte, N. C.; Columbia, Charleston potting the germ bearers, day after Universal Ike, Jr., in "A Case on the Doctor.
up the apple tree and the old man I;' Aiken, Darlington and( Camden, day. Because, in the midst of my I Another '
.. throwing the clods at him. S. C.; Atlanta, Savannah, Macon and labors, I glanced from my ancestral I comedy.

Those Georgia statesmen are con- Augusta, Ga., and Fernandina and hall, and saw that my indolent neighbors I

servative all right We presume that Jacksoville, Fla.REVOLUTIONARY. > were doing no swatting at all. Two reels of dramatic action.
some of our editorial brethren.might I Unless we all labor, united, to chaseI I
OUTBREAK IN fly out of view, the graft is a Two reels of
possibly call them "reactionary, but every laughing action; prcjocted by that Sim-
HAYTIEN CAPITAL
they could do worse things education- sepulchre whited, a sheer waste of
ally than to bring back the old blue- : ', muscle and thew. plex Motor Driven Machine. The best in the country.

back speller. And it would be a fine Port au Prince, Hayti, July 17.-A
thing if they could bring back with panic was caused by a revolutionary CULLED HERE AND THERE
it some of the spellers that it trained. outbreak accompanied with a consid-
t erable amount of shooting in the THAT ORCHESTRA
Times.
Tampa streets of the Haytien capital at 10 'ii:lie average man is never quite sat-
o'clock this The isfied with,an increase of salary un-
morning. rioting was
HEALTH HINTS FOR HOT DAYSDon't II IIWHERE
by the less it means l loss work. ttIIIII
quickly suppressed govern-
eat anything. ment forces and order restored. I =de'hi'l. CHILDREN 5c. :.: ADULTS i !

Chew it thoroughly. Many a man on being !
Retake Towns From the Rebels handsome just because babies :
Donut drink ice water. ,O SS SI SI HSIISIISSISI,10,000IIIOIflhIIISIIIIIttIItI HO t
Boil it Cape Haytian, Hayti, July 17.- can look at him without crying. l frgMiilllMllilMimiiMiilMMIimiiimMMIMMIimilllllMtllMMIIIIIM
Gen. Leon Duque, with a governmentforce I
Let wife have her .
way. I
your today recaptured from the reb- When a man gets blind drunk he '
Give your thermometer to your en els the towns of Pere du Midi and sees a lot of things that are not : TO SPEND. YOUR VACATION -WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

emy.Avoid I Milot and established communications there.
excursions, vacations, chau-I with the column commanded by the i Come to the Nautilus Casino at FLORIDA STATE COLLEGEFO UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

c tauquas. I president, which had engaged another I False modesty is illustrated by the Seabreeze-the coolest spot in Flor- ,,WOMEN GAINESVILLE
Avoid dogs and wife's ida-to spend vacation. Perfect ..
strange
your I rebel band on the plains of Limonade. woman whose blushes come from bathing houses your and beach. Fresh TALLAHASSEE. ..... ..
relatives. ..._-. "
Another force of College of Arts and Sciences Normal School* .. ._ '
) government troops rouge. water showr. New woolen bathingsuit ; } -
.
Don't discuss the following: Heat I School of Music; School of Expression; .
took Fort Deronville and then began and room, 25 cents. For men Divisions Liberal Arts
i School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate 8 Colleges and ; :
records, immigration, tariff reduction, i its march on Ouanaminthe, the principal Every old maid says she is singh: and women. School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture Teachers
socialism, minimum wage, gas bills, I Casino open to the public free. pool; basket ball and tennis courts new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Division -
t stronghold of the rebels. I from choice, but she doesn't tell you Dancing three nights a week on the modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build
franchises, graft, tire trouble, new tories have all modern conveniences; new ings besides gymnasium swimming pool and
from whose choice.
largest and best floor in the South.
creditors and dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors -
thought, cubist poetry, The people of St. Cloud recently Music by the Crystal orchestra. Reg- Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
debtors.-Kansas Industrialist i I ular street car service from Daytonato and 12 states last session. PI 47 Florid"eoontto and 24 States. and
j raised one hundred and twenty dol- The newest comet has no tail. It the Casino. 7-18-4w TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
l lara to lift the'mortgage from a poor may be a sort of an old Sim comet, School Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees
A minister in Pittsburg is preach- year $124.00. For catalogue: write $132.50 per year. Write today for catalogueA.
widow's farm. and in backing up got its tail caughtin EDWARD CONRADI. PresidentDon't A. MURPHREE President
KODAK FILMS developed at 10 cents
world.But
the ending of the
ing near I
I a trap. However, this is only sup-i per roll. No local agents. Robin -_.-
that is such an old story. Robber Stamps made to order at position.It son's Studio, Watkins block. 7-11-tf wait for every one in town to I We insure your life and loan you
WaYman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. have Entrican, the painter, before !money on real estate at 6 per cent
Buy your garden seed from DeLa- Cow Peas at F. F. Dutton's, Sanfold will to let us do some If you want your bicycle fixed ina you try. Am too busy to look' you)interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co.,
pay you
1)ey &: Abernethy. Just received a Fla. Write or phone for prices. hurry take it to Warman's Repair up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf 619tf. of your printing. We do it right Shop. 12-5-tf. job. 1-20-tf, 3.25d&wtfThe
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Solicits the listing of your property as your exclusive agent only. We situated ourselves to give service which

surpasses any services. rendered so far by any real "real estate firm" in our State. We shall explain our servicein

if call office from 9 12 and out-of-town mail and will
person you at pur any morning to a.m., patrons by ,

leave it to your judgment whether or not your interest. in responsible hands if entrusted to us.

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

our good faith in any of our propositions. .


WE ALSO BUY ANY PROPOSITION WITH COMMERCIAL VALUE.



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

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

additional amount of propositions, if listed with us. .

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,j Florida Sentinel PRINT -'

f MORNING AND WEEKLY CATHOLIC CHURCH I JOBUH FERRIS Editor and Owner.
r new gas machine purchased by the
Nearly All Advertising Space Has Seventh Sunday after Pentecost. |[Orlando Water & Light company
4 EnUnd at the
pottoffie at Orlando Flor- Mass, 7 a. m. I
:: lea. u Second CUM Miff Matter.t Been Sold and Book Will Be in Mass and sermon, 9 a. m. I i have arrived and are being installed SUMMER
Hands of Printer Soon All welcome.. I lat I their plant near the fair grounds.
SUBSCRIPTION
DaBy. 1 Year ..............RATES............$500 I j The machine is of the most up to date
Daffy, 6 Month ............,...........2.50 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ![ type manufactured by the United MILLINERY
2 DaD,, 3 Month ...................... L25 :Mr. C. K. Pomeroy, who has been Gas
Daffy, 1 Month ....................... 60 Sunday school at 10 I i' Improvement company of Philadelphia -
busy this week soliciting the advertising a. m. i
Services I,I and will have a total capacity -
k Weekly. 1 Year ...................... 1.00 for the premium list of the ject, Life.Sunday" at 11 a. m.; sub i:i of 300,000 cubic feet of gas per .
Weekly. ( Montle ..................... .7i fair the coming fall, reported last | I
Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45.1:124: hours. The old machine, although
4. TO ADVERTISERS: night that his work was about com Third floor, corner South Orange :: large enough to supply the needs of
and that the book would be avenue and Church street. Entranceon
pleted Church street. i i Orlando at present, is very much out
Gn ht auplar and all :her band-oet ready for the printer in a few days. of date, having been built in 1887,
dv.trtblar mart be handed in at the bamieuflea
'r 4 af, tat Sentinel net later than : p. m. He has signed up contracts for all ST. LUKE'S CATHEDRAL and can not be operated as easily or
tha day before @lieadoDo This rale applies but a very little of the advertisingspace I'I
to cfcaafei for contract adTcrtbinc: it bUrariaU efficiently as the new one which will
and wifl be strictly adhered to. and will get the remainder dean.The Very Rev. Henry It Remsen, : be equipped with all the modern im- !
early in the week. I I i I
Sixth Sunday after Trinity. j provements.
Svbeeriben desiring The Sentinel discontinued i
E should, notify the office in writing on Those desiring space who have not The Holy Comunion, 7:30 a. m. I I|I This will mean that a much better
.ontt too date zed of at expiration the regular otherwise subscription it will rates be already contracted for it, should see Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. I i(quality of gas will be manufactured,

atH notice to atop is received. Mr. Pomeroy at once as he says thereis Evening Morning prayer prayer,and 7:45.PRESBYTERIAN sermon. 10:30. j'and this, together with the many improvements jk
so little left that it will be takenup which have been made on
SUNDAY, JULY 19, 1914. the mains and
very soon. CHURCHRev. service pipes, will give :
Mr. Pomeroy did considerable work the people of Orlando gas service
,The Tampa Tribune takes its base soliciting exhibits for the fair last John W. Stagg, D. D., pastor. equal to any in the country.
Sunday school at 9:45 W.
a. m.; R.I I
ball too seriously. Powell is only kid year and is a successful worker along O'Neal, superintendent. I I The installation of the machine is
ding. this line. He will probably be used Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ,I in charge of Mr. J. F. Seeber and will
o again this year by the tianagement Morning sermon," "Today as Re- i i i probably take about a month.
lated to Tomorrow.
Dixie advocates the purchase of an in securing exhibits. Evening sermon, "The New Na I I
elephant to make the children of tionalism." I I ELECTRIC, DONTS

Jacksonville happy. QUAKER QUIPS Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 !I Don't handle electric motors rough-
-o-- p. .

ro; Regardless of the change in time With some fellows, when it comes m.A most to all cordial services.invitation is extended I i I I ly.Don't forget that 500 volts, or less, We are just that little bit ahead of

in Miami many will find an excuse their turn to treat, they retreat. i is sometimes fatal Fashion's favorites that makes us the "fa'orite" -
? for being late to church. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I I I.1 Don't touch the electric lamps
Store of middle South Florida-
o No man is so hot headed that he while' standing in a bath tub of water.
That we have yet to discover a doesn't occasionally get cold feet. cordially The hospitality extended of to this all who church come is i I I I,i Don't attempt to put in new sock Have a look at our new creations-they're ti

t physician who can prescribe a cure within its doors. If you have no I,I ets, new switches, buzzers,.etc., without just-"Chick"-thats allTHE -
for automobiliousness. Lots of things are marked down in church-home here, come and be at turning off the curjent
0 home with us. j i Don't burned
replace fuses with
summer, but thermometers
go up.
Rev. Edward T. Poulson, D. D.,1
Huerta will stay on the front page pastor. bits of wire* The fuse is designed to .
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until he connects'with the boodle that Make the most of your opportunities Mr. Samuel A. Newel, superintendent : protect,you as well as the circuit.
preceded him out of Mexico. or they will get the better of of the Sunday school; Mr. Geo. Don't fail to treat every loose electric hi
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W. Phillips, director of the choir J1 4:
o ', wire as though it were alive. ,
you. Mr. William E. Branch, Jr., organist'
Besides the who rocks the i You can't tell
; man Sunday school at 9:30( s."Cr. 1 i I Handle it with care.
boat there is the man who cranks up When a girl throws a fellow overdoes Public_. wors.hi** *-:t 10:45 a. m. and by looking at a wire whether it is !
his car without, being sure it is in he look for the power behind tie .'1:31} :n. alive or not. :
i. The morning subject, "The Right .
"neutral"o throne? / Point of View."
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Tango doers are to form a trust. We_ ketfi3"ail J-speak well of the Worth?" It's a joy to welcome the ,j l
That will eliminate lins..from the crowds of young people to. these popular : ,
I dead, but many a man blames his evening services. j I I
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"itGiSt gers, hoppers, huggers faults on his ancestors. B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m.; McCUllOCU'S :
and juffiflers. Mr. Eugene Reid, president. I
o- Good music at all services. Attentive
Palatka is interested in the commission
y It is surprising how much more form of government. Copy Prayer ushers.and fellowship meeting on Ii i

comfortable a plain pine plank on the Orlando and you will have the best Wednesday night at 7:30. Store : .
bleachers is than a softly cushionedseat there is.Sentinel.
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at church. KEEP AHEADOf II II l\ x r.A7/l 7r I II I

o subscribers who contemplate your neighbor by ,reading the I
a Now that W. J. Bryan has declared vacations in the mountains or Sentinel every morning and getting Jelly Tumblers :

for equal suffrage the ladies are elsewhere, may have the Sentinel by all the news firstMtlltllMitMMIMIHMM I

"watchfully waiting" for the next mail without any additional expense .
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statesman to speak. and the address changed as often as Fruit Jars : a)

o desired.
s A beauty specialist says rolling increases T. F. HOURmAN >, eA
one's good looks. The troubleis The Sentinel is the only progressive all kinds : \
that people can't roll easily unless metropolitan morning paper between > Licensed Plumber and

.; they are shaped like a barrel Jacksonville and Tampa. Sendit Sanitary Engineer

t o to your friends by mail in Florida Estimates Furnished. jobbing
s The Florida commissioners to the I and elsewhere.To 1 Promptly Attended to. reservin eUles 1

San Francisco exposition are getting PHONE 6z9 ,

oft some hot air. Where will they be convinced of the producing Io6 Court Street ,
raise that $250,000 for an exhibit? power of Sentinel want ads.-try one. BATHINGproposition
o ORLANDO, |I. FLORIDA 20 S. Orange Avenue.lltlllHttliMltllimill.

The United States wants Carranza Join the W. 0. W. Do it now. 4jllmHHIiliMIIIIMIMIIliM is an easily settled question
; for president of Mexico but Villa 7-19-3t
; when dealing with us. Not only can we
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wants his chief of artillery, Angeles.If .

there is trouble about it we . . . . . . . . . meet all tastes in the manufactured ar-
any - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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trust Uncle Samuel will not demand .. ticle, but we have the material in large variety -
:' that Villa salute the flag. We develop size film lOc.
KODAK FINISHING any for individual tastes- 4
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All the watches and clocks in Miami I us develop print

i will be set one hour ahead today, : ; your films. An experienced photographer at head of our KODAK DEPARTMENT.
changing from central to eastern

a time. In some way those lazy Mi- McELROY'S PHARMACYi 1'"
amians have figured that a change in

time will enable' them to do more i us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try flur Ice Cream.
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work.It '
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cost Florida orange growers
about $4,000,000, in transportation I

x charges, to market the past crop of

x 7,000,000 boxes of, fruit, and the Interstate
Commerce Commission does ii- II

not appear to make any attempt to .

J come to the relief of the growers, fixing

a rate for citrus fruit that Is just ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES
and reasonable. California gets a

rate of $1 for a 3,000 mile haul, as Commencement Day-an important event in the
against a rate of 70 to 80 cents for a lives of young people should receive some fitting markof
1,000 mile haul for Florida.DeLandRecord. appreciation I and encouragement to commemorate the

occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of .

s o Jewelry?
Orlando is adopting a unique and
very attractive method of displayingher DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe The Hot WeatherTile
street signs. Instead of nailing
direct the attention of relatives and friends to
} the of houses or fencesor
upon comers proposition for man soon settled
telegraph and telephone and electric the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this. "

light poles painted signs, Orlandois store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new here-
putitng up attractive concrete est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia- PANAMAS, STRAWS, FELTS

posts at the street corners from mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values BEST MAKES-NEWEST BLOCKS
,y which the street names will be displayed and assortment. '
1 in neat letters. These postsare A visit to our store win be appreciated and involvesno At Clearance Prices

light grayish white in color and obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.

are tasteful in appearance. They
will, unless broken by accident, last
forever.-Tampa Times.

o
Florida led all Southern states, in
the payment of income tax in proportion -.

to population by a wide margin,"
remarks the Orlando Sentinel. "This DI O .IY [ O.

indicates that Florida is the wealthiest -

of Southern states per capita, or
that Florida's wealthy men are more the JewelerOPPOSITE

k honest than those of other states. DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STO Rf
t, Either explanation is creditable to
Florida. The Sentinel is right and
POSTOFFICE
it is very pleasant to be able to exploit Orlando's Favorite Shopping Placeit
the idea. Next year the total

payments of income tax for Florida EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING Y
will be far ahead of that first collection ] I

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THE TUNER MRS. TERRELLMrs.

ORLANDO. FLA. Si Grillm!
2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. F. B. Terrell, of Lakeland, the

1 Admission 5 cents charming house guest of Mrs. N. J.
Merck, was the honoree of delightful
a most -
Mr. J. D. Barnes left last night for
II" " "** " ,. party given by her hostesson "
Wilson N. C. )IOXDA 1"'S PROGRAMRex. Friday evening. Three tables had "Gel It 11 t Allen" Sr. a
Mr. J. T. Freeman, of St.,Louis, is BUYS AND SELLS been arranged for "rook," and duringthe
registered in our city for a few days. Drama, in two parts. Louis early part of the evening the

t Mr. Tom Hays is spending the REAL ESTATE weber and in Her own Web.production" "The Spider guests held a merry contest, in which

week end with his parents at DeLand.Dr. Victor. Dances of today. Sebas- the prizes-a dainty powder case anda --- ..II -. ._
G. H. Edwards has returned r.. Itan and Allen, American premier deck of cards-were won by Mrs. .

from a few days sojourn at Griffin, tion dance of artists the tango, in ,a turkey wonderful trot, exhibi-hesita- Wm. Lege and Dr. Christ. A hand-

'Ga. 600 acres south of Winter tion, Argentine dip, maxixe, Parisian some bottle of cologne was given as Show Us Your Watch
whirl, etc. the
guest prize.
Mr. J. H. Mueller was among well Garden and west of
known Gotha factors in Orlando After the games Mr. Banschbach
yes- Gotha, including 10 acre Fobs-PlEASE !
terday.Mr. BIRTHDAY PARTY entertained the guests with a numberof
The en- interesting sketches and recita-
W. P. Watson left Saturday orange grove. Summer is
the time for
tions, and later some beautiful you
operatic -
morning for Savannah and Norfolkon tire tract covered with Miss Frances Rock gave a very
have
to fob
selections were played on the a we have one in
business. pretty birthday party on Friday even-
timber. Two
yellow
pine
Victrola. our assortment that will
ing at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Miss Jean Person is visiting in miles of lake shore.MMMMIIMIIilliiliilM. Ralph Yearby, on North Orange Pink and white roses, with aspara- please you.
Apopka, the guest of Mrs. H. H. nue. The occasion was the twelfth ave- gus fern, were used throughout the D D

Witherington.Mr. birthday of Frances and she received house, and punch, and delicious ice OurVatch Chains
W. A. Brawner, of Maitland, cream and cake, were served.
many pretty presents in remem-
greeted friends in Orlando yesterdaywhile brance of the day. Punch was served Those present at the happy affair Ii are the best made, we can
transacting business. were Mrs. Terrell, Mr. and Mrs.
CAMP during the evening, and later ices, furnish any kind you want-
Miss Nora Wofford, of Cartersville, cake and candy. Banschbach, Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. Lege, those with 20
Ga., who has been the guest of Miss A party,composed of Misses Mary Those present were: Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Lott, Mr. Miller year guarantee

Ethel Barlow, left Saturday for her and Grace Holt, Susie Magruder, Jen- Julia Bunch, Dorothy Chalfant, Lott, Miss Jane Gardner, Mrs. Alf liii are very modest in price.

home. nie Bass, Raie Harris, Beulah Roney, Ruth Brown, Evelyn Gamble, Florrie Bumby, Dr. C. D. Christ, Mrs. Joe

Mr. Isaac Hodges,,a well known Mary Branham, and Miss Lottie Holtas ,Bennett, Myrtle Weeks, Ann Taylor, Bumby, Jr., and Dr. and Mrs. Merck. Allen & Co.

citizen from Lake Pickett, was a, chaperon, expect to leave early Agnes Musselwhite, Lucy Alexander, ,
business transactor in Orlando yes Monday; morning for Lake Conwayto Ruth and Helen Lockhart, Susie CHIEF DEAN IS A BUM GUARD

terday.Mr. take possession of Mr. Dow's cot- Bunch, Marjorie Davis, Loy Davis, JewelersPrompt
tage for' a week's camp. This is Fire Chief Wm. Dean is Johnny
t and Mrs. Irvin Dunn left Sat- Gertrude Davis, Helen Hoskins, Ade- on
urday for Tampa to be the guests of strictly an old maids' camp, but they lina Giles, Antoinette Mayer, Gladys the spot when it comes to putting outa Repairing.
Mrs. S. C. Hammerly and Mrs. D. H. wish to be understood that they will and Lois Hudson, Laura Robinson, fire or getting to one, but if he ever
Laney. not run any of their young gentle- Lizzie, Minnie and Mollie Yowell, had any reputation as a guard he Everything Guaranteed. .
men friends, away who wish to call Margaret and Mildred Slemons lost it yesterday. As noted in the
Mary
B. M. Sims of Ocoee's
Capt. one
on them. Hand, Katherine Badger, Hildreth Sentinel yesterday morning, the po-
representative citizens, spent yester- Badger, Blanche Saloman, Clara lice picked up a Plant City boy, Wm.
in Orlando after business
day looking C
matters.Dr. METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Blass, Vivian Robertson, Agnes Mur- Blasby, who had run away from
SERVICEThe phy, Madeline and Bessie Allen, Ruth home. Police Chief Wm. Smith didn't
Poulson, of Orlando, will preachat Frazier, and Fred Burke, Clarence want to lock the boy up, and let him

the Central Baptist church Sun- Sunday school of the Metho- 'Magruder, Arthur Irvin, Frank stay around police headquarters until
day afternoon at 3 o'c1ock.-Winter I Merck, Howard Cook, William Lew- the time came for him to go to din- .eII
dist church will hold a rally at the 1:20. .
"
Garden Times. He then turned him over to
ter John ner.
Milton
Victor
evening service tonight, with splen- Hughey,
Messrs. J. L Dillard C. C. Craw- Chief Dean but the boy saw his ;
opportunity -
did song service, orchestra music, Wray, Vernon Kilgore, Foye Ham- "" " " " " " MIIIMIIIMMMMH
ford B. J. and Marvin Dil- and while the chiefs back
Vining, full church choir and five minute mond, Troy Musselwhite, Hayes
lard, of Winter Garden, spent Satur- talks by active Sunday school work- Woods, Everet Lindsay, Ernest Lind- was turned he made his get-away.
3k
day in our city. say, Bill Mulholland, Pete Brittain, Chief Smith recaptured him in the .jm9' J ,

Mr. S. J. B. Irwin, one of Mait- ers.Attend this meeting and enjoy Carol Floyd, Donald Evans, Fred Fry, packing house district and turned
land's live wires, was among the something out of the ordinary.The Robert Over treet. him over to his father yesterday afternoon :
popular visitors to the county me- who returned to Plant Ctiy :

tropolis yesterday.Mr. THE FINEST SHADE TREE IN I with the prodigal. Alaska RefrigeratorCall
second episode of "The Million
Arthur Lane, special agent for ORLANDO
Dollar Mystery" will at the
the Hartford Fire Insurance com- Lucerne theater Monday appear night. Don't MRS. W. H. DANA and see it. Will sell cheap for cash.

pany, was in town yesterday, calling. fail to witness a splendid picture. Orlando has hundreds of beautiful i
on the local agent. shade trees, wide-spreading oaks lin- Mrs. W. H. Dana died on the 7th
The Woman's Missionary societies of at her home at Syracuse, White Rose GoodsJust
ing almost every street in the city, day July
Mills of Clarcona
Mr. J. B. was of the Methodist church will meet at
and it would be hard to pick the larg- N. Y., where she had been living for I
crossing palms with numerous friendsin the church parlors Tuesday, July 21.
Orlando yesterday while looking Each lady is requested to bring lunch est or the best in the city, but among the past four years. She leaves a received another shipment of those
them would certainly be included the husband and a little son only a few ,
after important business matters. for one, put in box. A large at- famous goods from Seeman Bros New
up fine oak in front of the Holden houseon days old, also her father, Mr. Mike t ,
Mrs. R. D. Keene and sister, Mrs. tendance is desired. York.
Court street. The branches of Roche, with whom she lived in Jacksonville t
H. G. Reditt, left Saturday for Fort Douglas and Julian Sadler start
this tree have a spread of more than until a few years ago. She-
Pierce and other points on the East this week in their Ford car for an of -
seventy feet, and one branch reaches was a sister of Mrs. A. M. Conroy
Coast to spend their summer vaca- overland trip to Colorado Springs. completely across the street, brush- this city and has many friends here
tion.The They are accompanied by Y. J. Allen. ing against the Lucerne theater. who will regret to learn of her death. t THE SANITARY GROCERY i
Grand has booked Dustin Far- We wish them a successful trip and The grandmother of Mrs. Dana now t

num in "Soldiers of Fortune," to appear that it will prove of great benefit to BOARDMAN'S ANNUAL SALE lives in Ireland and has reached the i i CARUTHERS & GORE
at their theater on July 24th. them.Winter Garden Times. I age of 105 years. t f ,

This picture is in six reels and is a Hon. A. B. Newton, representativeelect I Bargain hunters always look for- Phone 280 6 & 8 E. Pine Street I

good one. to the legislature, was in Orlando ward to,1 Boardman's annual sale and NEGRO DROVE IN FRONT OF f
Mrs. S. A. Newell i and Miss Claude yesterday from his home in will be greatly interested in the ad- AUTOMOBILEAs
DeLaney have returned from Lake Winter Garden. Mr. Newton was accompanied vertisement of this event on the CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

City, where they have been attendingthe by his friend, Mr. W. A. eighth page of this morning's paper. Dr. J; S. McEwan was driving I FUNERAL DESIGNSNeYoI'KdRerll$31
B. Y. P. U. convention duringthe Bean, of Amory, Miss., who has been The sale will begin Monday and a north on Orange avenue yesterday j t

past week. visiting him for the past three weeks. perusal of the advertisement will afternoon about three-thirty, at Oak 11111"QII'IIII'I"'I"'II'I'I"'IIIIIIII'J"lllJII

F Mr. C. P..Kennedy, deputy organ- Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Ramsdell and I show that it is a real bargain event, street a negro turned his wagon directly -
izer of the Woodmen of the World, I child have gone to Daytona Beach to : even though only a very few of the in front of the machine, which I ...
with headquarters in Lakeland, is in spend a couple of weeks. The doctor I','bargains are mentioned out of the struck the rear wheel of the wagon,
Orlando for a week or two in the interest moved all his furniture out of his 'hundreds that will be offered. knocking out three or four spokes.

of that flourishing order. office in the Watkins block before One of the lamps on the auto was

Miss: Olive Hansel, who has been leaving, as many improvements are I The Orlando Telephone company:; broken and bent but no other damage $ 00
in the employ of the Paul & Way- to be made before he returns to reopen has moved its main office from the resulted due to the gentleness of the
mer Lumber company, as stenogra- about the first of Augusts. third floor of the Empire building to horse the negro was driving and the

pher, left for her home in Orlando their new offices at 25 East Pine good brakes on the car.
yesterday.-Lakeland Telegram.Are Join the W. 0. W. Do it now. street. 7-19-41
7-19-3t Otis Reeves and Tom Fasen, two
you a W. 0. W.? If not, join '
now. Special dispensation for a short Join the.W. 0: W. Do it now. colored men, were driving along last CLYDE LINE,
Eat what you want. 7-19-3t night about nine o'clock at the corner
time. Only 600. Kennedy & Arn-
Eat all you want. of Veach and Terry streets, when
old till see you. 7-19-3t Take a postscript and forget it. Only Direct Line From Jacksonville
Eat what you want their horse fell broadside into a big
Up to date painting, papering, etc., For sale by all durggists. Eat all you want. hole, which was evidently dug in con-
l7d&wlyrTry
is the kind you want. Where to getit Take a postscript and forget it.
That's easy, phone 636. W. T. For sale by all druggists. nection with the installing of the sew- -
Entrican. 1-20-tf() the Sentinel Job Department. l-7-d&w.lyr erage system. No light was burningas
a danger signal and fortunatelythe Fare Includes Meals and Stateroom Accommodations

horse did not seem badly injured.A .
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i MilllMMM MIIMMMIIIIMM I MIMMMIHIili 1 GOODlGHT'S RESTA Tickets on Sale Until September 30th,

and Good Returning From New York up

LUCERNE MONDAY"The wholesome breakfast, and the to and Including October 31st. Ships

: started Morning right.Sentinel will get each day Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays

Saturdays at 2:00: P. M.


DRESSMAKINGPlain For Further Particulars Apply to

and fancy dressmaking and

ladies' tailoring. Prompt deliveryand H. G. WENZEL Fla. Pass. Agent
Million Dollar Mystery," the second episode of satisfaction guaranteed. Cheney ,

; the most wonderful serial story ever filmed. Written by | building MRS., upstairsPhone GERTRUDE C. DAVIS.443. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


; ; Harold McGrath and produced by the Thanhouser Film Co. 7152m. .

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"Stolen Radium," a one reel Majestic. 1
JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN

"Nancy's Husband a Beauty comedy. DIm LAST NIGHTSCot. HULLEY, Ph. D., Litt. D., LI. D., President
,
IS NONE
THE BEST SCHOOL TOO .GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN

"Cowboy's Chicken Dinner a one, reel Reliance. Moth and Roach Sts., Send them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25.
John Bedbug and His En- 40 Professors and Instructor College of Liberal Arts
17 University Buildings College of Law
tire FamilyAn College of Technology
28 Aere Campus
I That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given awayagain 469 Student Endowment Last Year College Preparatory of Business Academy
ltOt.OI
of over dose of G. Co. Volumes in Library School of Mechanic Arts
; tonight to the holder the lucky ten cent ticket. I was the cause $10,000 23,500 Pipe Organ School of Musk
: 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of Fine Arts
I of it all Unsurpassed General Equipment Normal School

( I First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents I'' FOR SALE BY GROCERYS Separate Dormitories thorough for supervision.young men Outstlao and young and women.not sectarian Careful teaching.administrationand
For catalog or news, for information or for room reservation address

QtV35C.' Gal. $1.00 JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY DEUND' noRmAFADE _

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Yk. Lrxs PEOPLES: WANTS! Lumber, Laths and Shingles


:, }s ? AN IDEAL DRUG STORE MUNNIMAKERS

-. J' Notices of Let; Wanted. For Sale, For
1
The commendation of onr customers is the Bent! etc. for this column 25c for one day. p SiIJ)1IJ$ .
I He for three dais or ILOO for one week for w
.*i most convincing credential of the value of our serif U word or leu. Money nfflst acc lapanJ
: f vice in dispensing drugs the adrertwemtnU fer tin coh ma, a* no
pure
) naertton will be made on credit

., .tl WE PREPAREPRESCRIPTIONS
I FOR SALE ORLANDO
!;
8 Nursery stock, one, two, three and
four year old buds; Fester Early,
Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Washington -
y and with doctor in getting just such Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahl*
co-operate your Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
results as will restore health and vigor. We pre- Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

pare prescriptions from any doctor and dispense FOR SALE
f nothing but assayed and standardized drugs.

Georgia peaches, wholesale or re-
tail. Fresh day. Also have
A FEW STEPSfurther fresh lot of every Georgia cane syrup, at Statement of the Condition of the
King's grocery store, 47 West Church

around the corner may be worth hundreds street. ,The Georgia Man, Orlando Bank & Trust Co.

j of dollars to you and save a long spell of sickness. ,
Some who seldom FOR SALE CHEAP Orlando, Fla, '
> people are coming to our store tAt

come on Church treet at all. "There's a reason Nice mare, harness, wagon, buggy the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
and two-seated spring wagon. C. J.
fill
PRESCRIPTIONS.
I we so many Sweet Pine Castle Fla. 7-18-tf RESOURCES.Loans .

FOR SALE-$5,000 in one, two and and Discounts . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. . $379,514 36
The CITY DRUG STORE i est three, payable year notes quarterly, 8 per; secured cent inter-by Over-Drafts . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. 622 34

.t first mortgage on one of the best Stocks and Bonds . .. .. .. . .. .. .. . . 26,018 33
J J. L. DEAN, Prop. Orlando, Fla.1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlili. farms in Orange county. Owner Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . . . 26,637 37
needs money and will discount at 1per Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
cent. Address A. A. Bond, Chu-
luota, Fla. 7-18-6t
: USIlHhI SISISlSISSSSISSSIISISIIHI SI
; $724,185 88
FOR SALE-Best quality heart pine LIABILITIES.

fence posts. See L N. Lewis,,406
\ S. East street' 7-14-lmo Capital Stock . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . $100,000 00
Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . .. . . .. 39,961 35 ,
ins V We Will Put the Reinsof FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk Re-Discounts . .. .. .. . . .. . . . .. . . None

cows. Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, Bills Payable . .. . .. .. . . . . .. . . . None
= Success in Your Fla. Deposits . .. .. .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . 582,669 47
Due to Banks . . . .. .. . ,. .. . . . . .. 1,55506
WANTED-By August 9th, three or
HandsHow four room cottage, close in, at rea-
sonable price. Address "WXYZ," $724,185 88
care of Sentinel. 18-4t
Reserve Carried by the Bank . .. . . .. . $291,393 48
? By furnishing you witha WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Reserve required by Law . . . . . .. . 116,533 89
a in good<< condition, for Victrola and
perfect Fertilizer. Let our records. Piano may be seen at For-
representative mosa. Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59

'' call on you. He will give you a Fla. Deposits on June 30, 1913 . . . . . . . $527,758 01

Y' WANTED-Couple to live on country Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49
tt formula that will make and
mature place. Call or address, 400 West

your fruitORLANDO Central avenue. .. INCREASE" . .. .. . . . . .. $54,91148 '
WANTED PARTNER, with an auto-
-- mobile, for an engineering proposition. The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co. endeavorsto
care. Sentinel Good profits. Address B. J., persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal? in its

treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
T nID rn r Ferlillzer r Co. sewing of all kinds, and work ready safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
when promised, at room No. 6, over
YA Estes' drug store. Misses Keen & "
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Baldwin. - -* ail #
Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA

LOST-One two year old bay colt,
I till II II Jill 11111 11I11 II.,
.1111111111111'llllllet e'IIIII"llllllllllllllllltt weighs about 1,000 pounds. Any OSTEOPATHYDR. I
11 -- ---._- - information kindly notify this office. Griffing's Trees I

rCHULUOTA, SUNBEAMS STATE NEWS NOTESD. 7-11-lw - Give Results I!j| ForSale

J. C .HOWELL
5 F Chuluota, Fla., July 17.-The: F. Owen, agent of the Ford automobile FOR RENT Order ,your ROSES and ARBORVI- I = '
L Hours, 10-12, 3.5, and by appointmentNo
TAES, PALMS and ONNAMENTALSnow.
weather is and the rain is has sold
warm rev in south Florida,
FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear extra charge for house treatment .
Office opposite P. 0. j Modern 8-room
freshing.The 550 cars the past year. W., E. Stevenson's, DeLaney Telephone connections | ,
following attended court at Capt. John H. Dorr, of West Palm street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev- GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne i
Office cor. Orange and Central Area | House 2 doors
Mrs. Dr. Anderson.
Sanford, Monday: N. C. Jacobs, Bil- Beach, was drowned last Saturday enson, or reason:

lie Jacobs, David Self, Clifford Smith, while attempting to swim across the DR. F. C. BOARDMAN The Griffings are the best and : : west of Wyoming -
FOR RENT-Two office in
>. '\ J. K. Lane, Thos. Lane, Oscar Lane, inlet at that place. spaces most experienced propagatersin
-< .Vjjeo.- Turner, Mrs. D. W. Currie and our store at No. 9 W. Church street the state, and one or more | Hotel. Bar-
Come in and we will show you. Pierce DENTISTBoardman of the five are always on the ]
SV daughter Miss Nona, Mrs. Robert I I I Joe Martinez, of Tampa, was fined Electric Co. 3-29-tf ground. I

Bn wn, and Mrs. Thornberg. Nearly I $100 and sentenced to ninety days in Building W, H BROKAW Ijgain.ij .
: all of these were witnesses in the the gang for pinhcing a woman's arm TO RENT-Some very desirable modem -
Currie-Bryan shooting case. I in a crowded theater. houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. ; Office Hours: Salesman I

Mrs. J.1 Tilden Jacobs and sister, 4-26-tf 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 400 Grapefruit and Orange Trees !I ij A. L Bentley,

Miss Sadia1 Blackburn, spent Monday I I The United-States senate has unanimously Telephone 540.
MISCELLANEOUSPORTO
r in Orlando having dental work done. passed a bill imposing stricter ; ; 10 E. AMELIA AVENUE
Miss Bertha Jacobs, who was quiteill regulation on the taking of RICO sweet potato vines for NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Who is your painter and decorator? t
for several days, has about recovered sponges and catching sponges in sale, $1.75 per M. J. G. Tyner, potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. If you are satisfied keep the one you
a her usualjgood health.Miss Pine Castle, Fla. 7-15-lw Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, -
Florida Straits. Co., Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf Ne. 636. 1-20-tf Read the advertisements daily.
Cora DannTtf' Orlando, and DYNAMITING done in all its branch

Mr. Roland Dann, of Mulberry, and Mrs. E. N. Carter, of Jacksonville, es. Gearing land is our specialty.Let ::L: :....:a:.. _ _ _ _- . .IL -
Miss Emma Proctor, of Geneva, who has been given a verdict for $15,000 us do your work. Estimates tiij+** !M MCO +++ 1 1 1 1 iVftt I II\\\\\\li\\,\,\\\\\\1 \1 \M\i\ \ I MrH-i* i .ii 1|1*1+1 1 ;iiiiii

; have been visiting at the home of damages against the East Coast rail- cheerfully ,given. L N. Lewis, 406S. -

Billie Jacobs for the past several road for injuries received while leaving East street 14-lmo arftiketThey
days, have returned to their homes. a*train in 1910.A .
First class Brazing specialty atWarman's
Mrs. Thomas Lane who has been
Repair Shop o Court St.
very ill for the past two weeks, is state good roads rally and surf 12-5-tf.
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some better at this writing and herr bathing party will be held at Atlantic

friends are now considerably relievedof Beach Friday and Saturday, July 24 Were to
their anxiety over her condition. and 25, under the auspices of the ExcursionVIA.
{ The Woman's Missionary Societymet board of governors of the Florida *; ;
last Thursday night at the homeof State Good Roads association.J. .
the president Mrs. N. C. Jacobs.

Mrs. Jacobs had her large porch ar- C. Anderson, an aged mechanicof be Married SoonCame

ranged for the meeting to convene. Tampa, was knocked down and
Everywhere one looked there were robbed by a negro Monday night and
: pretty vines and flowers, and the lan- died from his injuries Tuesday night. Atlantic CoastLINE

terns suspended from a wire shed a The officers have little hope of apprehending to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of,

pretty light over all. The grand his assailantThe four or five rooms. They wanted their home to be attractive and comfortableyet

..g piano was there to help out in a mu- the amounf oi money which they had available for the furnishing of their
=y pical way. There was nearly a full officials of Live Oak find thata made
home expensive peices prohibitive.
membership present and a very interesting fifty cent pound fee is insufficientto MONDAY 27 1914 They considerable time with us looking through our large stock.
spent
carried out July
program was ; keep the streets clear of live stock, ,
subject, "Our Training School." After and the mayor has issued a warning We offered a few suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were

the usual devotional and study pro- I that owners allowing their stock to ROUND TRIP FARES much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

gram, there was an arousing song run at large will hereafter be fined FROM thought they should want.
T service, in which everybody heartily in addition to the pound fee. After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doing
k; V joined. Mrs. Jacobs, assisted by Mrs.G. JacksonvilleAUGUSTA back and their
the best possible with their appropriation they came placed or-
Long, served dainty cake and ice The postoffice and B. H. Robert
der with .
i tea to all present between the pro- son's store of Fort Ogden were $1.00 us.This
of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
is a typical example
and the service. All voted
gram song robbed Sunday night. Several dollars ATLANTA . . 6.00
it Mrs.Jacobs a pleasant hostess as wellas i in stamps were taken from the pleasing.
a good leader for the society. I postoffice and $57 in money from the ATHENS . . 6.00 \Ve carry an extensive stock, of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

store. Later a negro was capturedwho BIRMINGHAM \ . 8.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appropriation

WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES had a portion of the stamps jon CHATTANOOGA 8.00 for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more
3 AND DO ALL KINDS OF
his persons. COLUMBIA 5.50 -you can make the most ot it with us.
OPTICAL REPAIRING

The Newell Electric Company has MACON . tOO
moved from the Arcade building on
East Church street to their new quar- Tickets limited to August t
e' ters at 25 East Pine street 7-15-lw 1st, and are good returningon Kincaid & Snovvden

any regular train within ,

"'-" T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone limit. For further informa,

2, Orlando. 3-5-tf tion, call or write to Furniture of Character at Popular Prices
V DR. L H. RAMSDEU I )
For the news read The Sentinel I A. FRITOT, D. P. A., A. C. L, '
OTTOMCTRiST Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. Jacksonville Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
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DAILY SPORT LETTERBy Farrell let go signalized their escape Didn't Chance give them a fair trial, MIMHMHH . ,
from the Yanks by at once becoming or were they unable to play at their FOR SALEAT ..

( Frank G. Menke) demon clouters. regular gait because of the fright
Garry Herrmann gave fandom Cree, who was pronounced "all in" that comes to every rookie that en- A THE MARKETOf
-
something to puzzle over when he by Farrell and Manager Chance, ters the big leagues?
remarked recently: clubbed 'em out for a .353 average
while with Baltimore. Daniels, an- OPEN ALL NIGHT BARGAINThree Cleanliness
"We are not restrainnig Marsans Of QualityFRESH
other Yankee castoff, is hitting .333
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and Chase from playing, but we are
trying to get these men to play. It ,I in the International league. Derrick The City Drug Store is at your ser- AND
is the Federal league that is keeping is doing .330, Midkiff is hitting .313, vice both day and night. Prompt, ten acre tracts on SALT MEATS
Channell is over .300, Gilhookey is dependable, courteous. tf
them from playing if any one is." Orlando and Kissimmee road, FISH AND GAME
around the .320 mark, and Whitemanis
* connecting for .310. All these ARE YOU GOING AWAY THIS only two and one half miles Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
A beautiful prize is being offered, players are in the International SUMMER ? from the post office, Orlando.

to the first persons who can figure league, which is one jump .removed I Will sell all. The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
out what Garry meant by such a one or
from the I
statement As fandom viewed the majors.A I The Sentinel will be mailed upon price will double when the and pure.
half dozen other players that ,
to subscriber
request any temporarily -
matter,to Garry do just and his what colleagues Garry weretrying says have been released from the Yankees 'Ii I leaving the city, and the address brick road is laid. Other We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
during the Chance regime have' everything in the Meat Line.
small
they wern't trying to do. In other I will be changed as often as de- tracts for grove pur-
words,"Jarry and his gang hustled turned right around and playd like !I I[ sired. In requesting a change always poses at buying values. Also
and asked the judge to phenoms. What's the answer? give both the old and new address.
please into court do something so that Chase I desirable groves and city ; | The PARLOR MARKET

and Marsans wouldn't be allowed to property at prices that command

play.At the time that Garry slipped attention. H. M. Self & Co.

such a plea to the judge both Chase
and Marsans were playing ball and Cooper & Atha! : PINE STREET

were intent upon continuing in the
pastime. They would have continuedif 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor Phone No. 80
j
it hadn't been for Garry and his
Phone No. 311 m ii nun mi i
chums! whose plea to the judges was
answered. Thereupon Chase and

Marsans quit cavorting on the greens. Just arrived car load lf'1
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Garry assures,the populace that "we FORDS for immediate -
are trying to get these men to play."
To use the expression of one of the delivery.Get .

cartooning persons-"Can you beatit W. M. SLEMONSNew

?" * yours now

There seems to be a lot of bunk in 1 F. G. RUSH,
the idea that left handed batters can
not hit the slants and shoots of south- Phone 226 Goods
paw twirlers. Most of the.big league Arriving Daily

clubs carry an extra right handed
pinch hitter along so that they may
send him against a left handed twirler -

but it seems a waste..of money. .
Joe Jackson, Tris Speaker, Ty I

Cobb, Eddie Collins, Frank Baker, We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
Sam Crawford, Larry Doyle, Dave
Robertson, Frank Schulte, Harry t made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

Gus Hooper Williams, Jake Daubert and Fred, pert Luderus Shotted are Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel:.

all left handed hitters, yet they club Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
the offerings of southpaw pitcherswith
as much frequency and eclat as Ce. Best place in the city to trade. .

they do those that are served up by
'
the starboard twirlers. -<
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,Tommy Leach seems to have been 1AA W. M. SLEMONS
overlooked by most of those who are

singing the praises of those who have Ih .I,I i f IIuN .h
long lived in major league circles. '' ORANGE AVENUE

Wagner is now serving his eighteenth 9 m nitpt,

term, Lajoie is in his nineteenth, and r .. ,. . .. .. .. ,. . -_&_
Mathewson is in his fourteenth. i ? _
Their achievements have been her- e _
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alded admost daily, but Leach, whois -- 1M9IM III I'

been playing passed his by.sixteenth season, has I fF_. --j f--- 8mmmmmmmmmiji ml Hi I Ll ,Ol II"'mmmmmmmu1
;
Tommy, playing in the Cub out- S : 'CI III i iIIIHt8ll
field, is fielding and throwing with all .4 ) *' .

the-skill and power that made him a /4/i \ l Low Round Trip RatesFROM .HMHIIIMMM
wonder ten or a dozen years ago. HeI I \
is dubbing the ball harder and safer JACKSONVILLE

than in any of the other years of his sun; . $37.7 Csksge . $43.50 Cuduati . $8.00 "Starve the Fly".J
and if he main- fentr . S0.03L Fill . H.7S Laa mlle. . 3L50
big league career, CelenfcSsrisp.SUO wId. . 11.50 btxriDt - 21.40 .J
tains the present clip he will lead not Salt Lsks Lib. .. 71.M Woaipcs. .... 7S.75 'EnsmBe - 3125 should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
.
,...... 'I." T Mt 4UO ltm StPMtlani - 3S.30
only Lajoie and Wagner in the clubbing i . 1..... Mestml . 55.45 Fmckbck 35.20 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of deanliness.
.
line, but has a ,mighty fine I Seattle LssAsgtkt. .>.. lOi.00 M.50 rttakty Msckinc .. ..53.04 51.58 TeIcU.Detroit . 43.50 41.11II' That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about

chance to top the National league 3s.Gina FIUcI.c.Park .. .. 82.75 SJ.SO Bsfftls Mann.Fsft. .. 47.40 47.40 CkisUsqu Masnotk (aft. 30JO 47.40 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on

baUmen. Low rates to other points ill Colorado.California.Canada Minn time and properly cooked.
Leach's legs have gone back on hima eta Michigan,the Great Lake and Rocky Mountains. Proportion Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
bit and he hasn't the marvelous {.wratafromothapoinbiatb.Stata Tickets oa tale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
sped of ten years ago, but the pedal VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
trouble is not of a serious nature, and 1 LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
even now he is as speedy as most of Going through St.Louis,returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
Liberal all tickets
Of Tic vena. stopovers on
the just breaking jnto the i
youngsters
TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
game. ( I I through train daily choice of three different
S. routes.
Owner Frank Farrell, of the Yan- } Three daily trains to th.southwest through New
-1 Orleans Unexcelled dining car serrice. Fast time. &
Orlando Water LightCompany
kees, who recently purchased "Birdie"Cry t Rock ballast No dust No dirt. For handsome illustrated 11
from the Baltimore Internationals IIIuI booklets of summer torrid resorts rates sleepbt -
car reservations" other mformatioa address.H.CBRETNEY .
might make a master strokeif jj I J Gas Department'TDfGAR ;
tye( bought back a half dozen other lu I FMi.sP sltt/t ,s .
players that he released to the minor __ IHVeAhrStmt.J1CI30IYU1I.FIJL.
leagues during the past year. It

M TOS i that most of the players that I 1 J.iM



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TRAIN R088fR'S BOO lE MAY V
5,2, tlt"I I \ 1 1V

BE BURIED IN flORIDA
sa J tx y5t' ; I

for i fwe never try I 4.0't'e
Newspaper Clipping Reveals Homeof
we never succeed"NEVER
Craven's Wife Was
1
a e e
i in.col"
4a Jacksonville

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'f' Jacksonville, Fla., July 18.-Is the :::t;:; r: i
$54,000 fortune of Mrs. Charles Craven -
1. alias Mrs. Prater, alias Eva
I I Slack, hidden at Savannah, Ga., or T
1 .t1 t I is it pssibly secreted in the state
N: : AGAIN! Florida, close to Jacksonville, perhaps \ ? : .

Never again will you enjoy the dollars you have already The nineteen year old bride of : .

spent.. They are gone-what can you'how fort most famous' train robber since 'by order of the Comptroller of the
them? days of Channing Barnes, known
the; underworld as "The Queen of U. S. Currency, shows!, '
It's the dollars you save and bank here at 4 per cent Yeggmen," has talked freely' to reporters
compound interest that give assurance of future com since her recent arrest .
Q forts and better business opportunities.Isn't Nw Orleans, and she has dropped June 30, 1914 i$3?8.2%.00 ;.
inadvertent hint that the -
this one fact sufficient inducement to begin I
savIng may not be in Savannah after all, since our last pub
AT ONCE-to bank regularly in our Savings Department near here, and that all her efforts statement, March 4, !

? locate it near the Georgia city ::; $5'J,S3 .')---5
be but a blind. Questioned later, .=
The Slate Bank 01 Orlando11L.oUl is said to have denied;,;the statement ;
but a clipping from aj!Dallas, Texas in i (( I r .
i past )5fI28} \
t ll 9
paper, which was found in her
in a search of her belongings, : : 91. 0

\ ; further color' to the theory, ; .,. ?

1 to newspaper dispatches from THE REASON 1 r'
Crescent City. The clipping reads: i ;.
"Mrs. Charles Lee Prater, of -
I $ sonville, Fla., is visiting Mr. and ; continued growth is known to our i

J. B. Prater,here. Mrs. Prater Are you one of them, yet ? l ;....,..,. ....,)
formerly Miss Eva McCorkle, of

ginia Corkle., daughter Her husband of ex-Governor was of'V;: ff ,..:,

killed in a railroad wreck in .'.,
: :
.
Mrs Craven at first denied '
.. .
& .j1B. edge of the clipping. On ... ." ... . ' .. ... ". . ., ." ,' ".... .........'.. : ;
:
questioning by reporters she is : :
? have admitted it : .... ,. : : :
to that
finally F 1 [ I : 'D- :
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ferred to her; that she was a I f: : . ... ...",. ... ', :; I
The Pen That CANT Leah she daughter had met of the Craven governor after and . . .' ., : .:. . :.... ,: ,--. : :.


The original Moore's Non-Leakable fountain l from Canada.a convent school in :: : : : : .... ..f:.:. .'. :...; .>.::.,. :''. "f ... :.. .-:... . ;:;?;.... .. : ; .:. '.'. .'::: .
pen is the one always satisfactory, under I Shortly after the killing of "'
N by a railraod special agent near
all conditions. Out of hundred sold
;\ over a wood, Fla., last winter, a picture The officer also was killed by shots WANTED-Permanent position by
by us in less than a year, all with an unlimited the dead man was brought here from the yegg's:gun. woman with in clerical family to and support.executive Experienced -

United States postoffice im- work and capable of handling forceof
has been returned
guarantee only one
and was positively identified by a A merry party of Orlandoites have people. Orlando and Chicago ref
local officials that of rented at Wekiwa erences furnished as to character and
4 and it was replaced by the mamufactur- as a cottage Springs ability. 7-19-tf
the preacher-yeggman who made and expect to go there by auto tomorrow -
Pf ers, wi ihout'question.. A pen with such a daring and sensational escape him morning to spend the rest of
WOOD, COAL AND ICE
record is worthy cf your further enquiries. the Duval county jail late in she the week. The outing will doubtless
ber. Others were not so sure, prove enjoyable for all, the party Wood, $1-50 a strand up. Hand's
many did not believe the two I consisting of Mrs. Dade, Miss Bertha Coal Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf
W. S. BRANCH, the same. The picture of the the Dawson, Miss Dorothy Johnson, Miss
man was a poor one, however, Carrie Dade, Mr. Hurlburt, Mr. Ger- Latest popular music at Curtis &
it unquestionably resembled ald Hurlburt, Fitzhugh and William O'Neal's. If out of copy you.want we
The Arcade leek aid Music Store ,
the Bertillon picture in the files Dade. will order at once.


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21 3 F. N. BOARDMAN'S Pre-Inventory Slau hter i Sale






j i Once each year I have a "SALE," and when I advertise a "Sale" it means a genuine reduction of prices

Just prior to taking inventory each year, I reduce my stock to the lowest possible point, and for ONE WEEK, '

beginning MONDAY, JULY 20th, I will positively slaughter all prices. Everything that is not "right up to the

minute" will be CUT DEEP. Much will be sold at Half-Price, or less. Even Standard, staple goods, that have

; not been in the store a week will carry a 10 per cent. reduction, and in order that you may get some idea of the

cut,in other goods, I give a few items below, which however, are only a small portion of the goods to be slaughtered.



J LADIES DRESSES' MENS PANTS WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS LADIES SUMMER HATS

r $7.50 to $10.00 Dresses, now .. . . $3.50 $4.00 to. $5.50 Pants, now . .. . . . $3.00 $3.00 styles, now . .. . . . . . . . $2.25 Not many left, but what we have take your

;_;' $4.50 to $7.00 Dresses, now . . .. .. $2.50 $2.50 to $3.00 Pants, now . . . . t $1.50 choice for $1.00 Monday, 90c Tuesday, 80c
$.?...00 styles now . . . . ... . . . $1.50
Y Others, . . . . . . . . .. .. . . $1.00 $1.50 to $2.00 Pants, now t .. .. . $1.00 Wednesday, etc. while they last.
t $1.50 styles, now . . . . . . . . . $1.2 0
Work Pants all kinds . .. . . .. . 90c -
LADIES WAISTS $1.00 styles, now . . .. .. .. . .. 85c t

$3.50 to $4.00 Waists, HOW .. . . . $2.00 LADIES SKIRTS MENS HATS .
Not half a dozen old styles in entire stock.
$1.50 to $3.00 Waists, now . . ... $1.00 All Ladies Skirts will be sold at half price or Mens Straws .. .. .. . . .. .. . half price
All are new, up-to-date styles.
$1.00 to $1.25 Waists, now . .. t. . 50c less. THEY MUST GO Mens Felts, broken lines, any of them at $1

THEY MUST GO
MENS ECLIPSE SHIRTS.JIUSLIN. AND CAMBRICS
DRESS GOODS

$2.00 Shirts . .. . . .. .. .. . . $1.25 12 l-2c American Beauty Cambric . 9c
have at . .. . 10 cent. off
: $1.50 Shirts .. . .. . . . .. .. . . $1.00 15c Lonsdale Cambric . . ., . . lOc The finest we per MENS, WOMENS AND CHILDRENS
All Summer stock . . 33 1-3 per cent off
f $1.00 Shirts . .. . . .. . . . . . . 60c Shoes of the best and latest styles 10 per7hirts
Sheetings, Tubings, etc., at costAll short lengths . . . . 50 per cent off
.t. . . . . . .. . . .. 50c t (short lengths not cut at these prices) cent off Other shoes put into two lots. One
for the week.
U MENS UNION SUITS lot containing shoes up $5.00 in value will be

$1.50 and $1.00 now .. . ... .. . . 75cMENS MISSES AND CHILDRENS DRESSES SILKS sold for. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. $2.00

}x HALF HOSE At One- Third off Blacks in Taffeta, Peau-de-Soies, Messalines, The other containing shoes up to $tOO in

off value at . . .. .. .. . ., .. .. . . $1.00THEY
etc . . . .. . . . .. . 25 per cent
35 and 50c Silk Socks, now . .. . . t 25c LADIES HOUSE DRESSES & KIMONAS :
. . . . 331-3 cent off MUST GO
25c Lisle Socks, now . .. . .. . . . 20c Colored Silks per
. .. .
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 styles at 90c



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