Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00387
 Material Information
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 22, 1914
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079945
Volume ID: VID00387
Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34297093
alephbibnum - 002075052
lccn - sn 96027193
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY.
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Purchase of Krafts RECOMMENDED -
Player by Newark
OORACT fROM NOVEL READ IN COURT I Exchanged Blows With a Policemanin
Team Settles Dispute Between -
Dispute Over the Lighting WIll Nm SURRENDER UNCONDrrWNAllY

Portsmouth, N. H.
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NOT EXCITED FOLLOWING won what probably is the most ILLEGALLY FORMED IN FOR VINDICATION, who claimed to be the son of Secre- FORMER HUERTA SUPPORTERS

SHOOTING OF CALMETTE notable victory in modern baseball, NEW ENGLAND STATES- CLAIMING HE IS POOR tary of the Treasury, W. G. :McAdoo, BEFORE HE IS ALLOWED
when the magnates of the National ,
CIVIL AND CRIMINAL MAN AND GUILTY OF which the police say is true, was arrested PEACEFUL ENTRY
Commission settled their strike .
threat here
today charged with inter'fering
Paris, France, July 21.-(Special) through the purchase of player ACTION NO WRONGDOING with an officer and -
-Joseph Caillaux took the stand late Krafts by Charles Ebbets, of the I court this afternoon. He had Washington, July 21.-Provisional

today at the trial of his wife, who is Brooklyn and Newark Internationalclubs. Washington, July 21.-Special.-( Washington, July 21.-Representa. narrow escape from spending the a President Carbajal does not intend to

charged with killing Gaston Cal. Krafts goes back to Newark Criminal proceedings before the tive James T. McDermott of Illinois night in a police cell, having surrender unconditionally to General

mette, editor of the Figaro. The testimony under a deal by which Ebbets purchases grand jury to punish the directors of today on the floor of the house offered changed blows with a policeman ex Carranza. He will concentrate his

was mostly a review of his him"from Nashville at a sacrifice the New Haven railroad and civil his resignation, to take effect imme headlights of a friend's automo overthe military forces and resist an invasion

past life. He told of the jealousy of of a thousand dollars. suit to dissolve the railroad combine, diately. McDermott is under chargesin bile not being lighted. His friend rather than permit the constitution-

his first wife after his marriage to Ebbets says the managers of the will be brought immediately by the connection with the lobby investi Jesses White, also was held. alists to enter Mexico City without
his present wife, and recounted the two leagues didn't back down and department of justice with the sane gation. previous arrangement and agreementnot

story of the love letters which the divorced that; he settled the matter himself, tion of President Wilson. McDermott is to wreak vengeance on those who
woman purloined from his "because it was too trivial to be he The position of the president was a Democrat and rep supported Huerta.
resents the fourth Illinois HOBSON ASKS RELEASE[
district, f ON BAIl
private, compartments for use against cause of a nation wide baseball l i made public tonight through a letter which includes the This was the tenor of informationfrom
stockyards district
him. strike." he addressed to Attorney General I authoritative sources today in
Frank Farrell, of the New YorkAmerican McReynolds, which instructed him to of Chicago. He was one of the figures PENDING APPEAL Mexico City. It spread a feeling of
When the Figaro first publishedthis in the exposures of Martin L
league club, declares the proceed with. the prosecution of the r pessimism in some quarters over the
love letter he said his wife be Mulhall, star witness in the lobby in
National league magnates New Haven case. The president'saction possibility of an amicable settlement
are "quitters"
came highly nervous and unstrung. vestigation. A majority report of Sentenced to Serve Five Years for of the
to give in to Fultz and the play- follows the receipt of a letter revolution.
He admitted that he threatened to the investigating committee Auto Bus
ers' fraternity. Fultz said tonightthat from McReynolds dated July 9th, in now Hold-np Gunman Emilio Rabasa, head of the delegation -
"smash Calmette's face," because he ready to come before the house,
: he and the players were greatlypleased which the attorney general informedhim rec Wants New Trial which represented Huerta at
believed it would prevent them being ommends that he be censured, with tht
at the outcome and said the that the department's case Niagara conference, arrived here
published, and he had frequentlyused officers of the National Associationof
occurrence would lead to a better against the New Haven road, both When criminal court today and discussed the situation
threats born of desire to kill Manufacturers. A
a minority
report with the South
understanding between the criminal and civil, was complete and American mediators
magnatesand yesterday morning H. F. Hobson
Calmette who had ruined his career. recommends that he be expelled fromthe and with
the players. that he, after several conferenceswith convicted Castellot, personal repre
Saturday of assault with
As he left the court Caillaux was house.
the directors of the New Haven, sentative of Carbajal.
to kill as a result of the holdup
hooted and jeered by the crowds after His resignation
had been came as a sensation Castellot said he
unable to reach an agreement of tht was confident that

Early he had in the been day rescued the deposition by the police.of BRYAN'S'' G GOOD R ROAD Bill 'MllGET"fAY with of affairs them, because looking to they an refused adjustment the house today had, when assembled immediately he rose after to a on the June 27th Orlando-Oakland, when he shot auto three bus of ultimately between there Carbajal would and be an Carranza.The agreement -.

President Poincare was read in court question of personal privilege and offered passengers, was sentenced to
RABl[ REPORT[ to accept the government's terms, five disposition in some diplomatic
Poincare declared in his depositionthat it from the floor. serve years in the state peniten I
and that he believed the time was at tiary. His quarters regard the situation as
Caillaux told him "he would kill Will attorneys gave notice of
Go Before His Constituents unfavorable became
hand when proceedings seeking the more pronounced
an appeal and requested that bond be
Calmette if he
published those pri If Passed by Congress Would Enable dissolution of the unlawful monopolyof McDermott:: declared he would "a p- granted pending decision when it was learned the three com-
vate letters." The president's testimony a as to a
States to Borrow Money for transportation facilities in New peal his case from the judiciary com new trial. missioners announced as having been
went on to prove tha Caillaux'swife England should be laid before the mittee" to the people of his district sent by Provisional President Carba
simply anticipated his own handas Roads at Four Per Cent The case will probably go to the
jal to interview
grand jury.FLORIDA He said he already had forwardedhis Carranza in reality
author of the tragedy. > supreme court before Hobson actually!
I resignation to the governor of Illinois were unofficial and voluntary peace
Employes of the Figaro dam Washington, July 21.-A favorable begins serving his sentence, and an Mr. Castellot
gave LEADS IN PHOSPHATE and had announced himself as envoys. however, did
aging testimony. They swore Mme. report on Senator Bryan's good roads PRODUCTION a candidate for re-election. effort will be made to obtain a reversal not regard this as unusual, pointing

Caillaux was not "bereft of mind," bill, a substituts: tor the Shackleford Mulhall had charged that McDermott on the ground that Hobsonwas out that Carranza had refused tome

but cool and calm and deliberately bill already passed by the house, was Washington, July 21.-Florida had permitted him to use his twice in jeopardy for the sa treat with a commission officially ap-

pulled the trigger again and again completed today by the senate com- leads all the states in the Union in congressional frank for circulating crime, he having been placed on trialtwice pointed by Carbajal.

after Calmette fell mittee on postoffices and post roads. the phosphate rock industry, accord- matter for the Manufacturers; and on account of an error in the Another aspect of the situation

Under the Bryan bill the federal i iH j to the bulletin issued today by had claimed he received $7,500 from first information. which was commented upon was the

Novel Read in Court government would issue fifty-year 3 the United States geological survey. the local pawnbrokers to work Hobson asked the court to be as knowledge that Carranza had made

Paris per cent bonds to the amount of The bulletin says: against the federal loan shark law, lenient with him as possible and it plain he would receive the peace
France, July 21.-Persons $500,000,000 in lots of Judge Warlow while
$100,000,000 "In 1913 Florida, the leading state and a $2,000 campaign contributionfrom expressing the commissioners only to arrange for
who were near the office of the Fi i each for five belief that
years. Before states in the phosphate rock industry, mar- a Chicago brewers' association. Shirley, whom the jury the unconditional surrender by the
garo on March 1, when its editor, could participate in the funds 1 acquitted, was probably the instigatorof
they ketted 2,545,276 long tons of phos. McDermott's defense before the Mexico City authorities.
there Gaston Calmette, was shot to death would be required to issue an equal ; phate rock valued at $9,563,084, or committee was that money received the crime, said that his duty demanded These uncompromsing terms puzzled
by Mme. Henrietta Caillaux, amount of 4 cent bonds i that he sentence Hobson
per which, 82 per cent. of the entire productionof from the pawnbrokers was in the nature for diplomats here. They believe
wife of the former'premier, testified when deposited in the department I the crime, into which he had
treasury the United States. As comparedwith of personal loans; and that the possibly that the decisive influence for peace
today at the second session of MmeCaillaux's I would be exchanged for the marketed product of 1912 brewers had contributed only $500 been led by another while more or rests with the United States. There

trial on a charge or'mur- cash. The one per cent difference Florida in 1913 gained 188,377 tons, out of personal friendship. He al less under the influence of whiskty.It was no indication today, how far the

der.Paul would make up a sinking fund to aid or 6 per cent., in quantity, and $101- denied a charge by Mulhall that she is possible that another chargewiU American government was preparedto

Bourget, the "immortal," who the states in retiring the bonds. 787, or 1 per cent. in value. The had forged 'Harold F. McCormick's be brought against Shirley to exert pressure on Carranza to obtain -
had been with Calmette at the moment Creation of a federal highway commission I he has and
quantity sold for the year was the name to a check for $250. I soon as completely recovered amnesty guarantees.
r when Mme. Caillaux's card was to supervise the expenditureof greatest recorded for the state. McDermott's Statement from the severe beating given him by Diplomats also were watching with

brought in, was one of those exam highway funds is a feature of the "In the figures given the phosphate "Unfortunately I came to this the bus passengers at the time of keen interest reports that Villa was

ined. He then described' his conversation : bill The commission would be com produced is classified as. hard rock, house a poor man; fortunately for the hold-up. No doubt his feeble appearance again threatening to break with Car-

with the editor: posed of the chairman and membersof land pebble and river pebble. There myself, however, taking into consideration at the trial had somethingto ranza. y...... .
"'You will not see her?' I said. the senate and house committeeson was no river pebble mined in the the character of the chargesmade do with the verdict acquitting Shirley

M'I can not refuse to receive a woman roads, the director of the office of state in 1913, but some was sold from I against me, I leave this housea for which the jury has been rather MOTORMAN ADMITS HE WAS
,' he replied. public roads and a United States severely censured by the public. ASLEEP
DeSoto county. Those sales are included poor man, said McDermott in announcing
Maitre Labori, the accused wntpn's o- army engineer. with land pebble, to avoid divulging his resignation today. "I Other Cases Disposed Of Norfolk, Va., July 21.-After taking

.advocate, then thrilled the confidential information. have been compelled during my services S. L Larry, a Clarcona negro, was a deposition W. T. Atkinson, the

overcrowded court room by readingdialogue a THE WEATHER There was a decrease of nearly 1 percent as a member of this house to I convicted of embezzlement, but sentence injured motorman who had charge

from Bourget's novel, "The Florida: Local showers Wednesday in the quantity of hard rock borrow money. I have not been in a was not passed yesterday. of the car that smashed into a train

Demon of the Midi," in which the and Thursday sold. There was a substantial increase position to go to banks and to tender Jim Arrington, colored, pleaded of empty coal cars at the junction of

characters discuss and condemn the in the production of land pebble them the security they require. I guilty to assault and battery and was: the Virginia Railway and Power '

publication of the heroine's love let BASEBALL RESULTS the relatively small quantity of have been compelled to borrow from fined $50 and costs. company and the Virginian railway

ters. Coming immediately after M] river pebble included with the land my friends; It so happened that afterward Jeff Moore pleaded guilty to carrying Friday morning, Judge Rhea, of the

Bourget's eulogy of Gaston Calmette, Naional League pebble not affecting the general state persons from whom I borrowed concealed weapons and stealing Mate corporation commission, who

With which he had closed his teal4ny i- Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3. ment made with reference to the lat money became the opponentsof a ride on the train and was given presided here at the investigation of

the reading. the dialogue by Pittsburg 0. Boston 6. legislation which passed this six months on the county roads. the cause of the wreck, left this

Labori was regarded by observing St. Louis 4, Brooklyn 5. ter."The average price 'of hard rock house, affecting their business as Mate Watkis, colored, was ,convicted morning for Richmond, while Inspectors -

lawyers as a master stroke. Cincinnati 5, New York 6. decreased fifty-seven cents per ton; pawnbrokers and as liquSr dealers."I of petit larceny. Adams and Johnson, of the Interstate

Labori's voice was,musical and full American League that of land pebble two cents per have many warm friends in this C. J. Thompson, colored, was convicted Commerce Commission, will

of dramatic feeling. When he had Detroit 5, New York 7. ton." house. Their, elections are approaching. of petit larceny for stealing a go to Chattanooga and Atlanta this

concluded Paul Bourget remarked: Boston 1, St. Louis 1. Five innings I do not desire to embarrass bicycle and received a six months evening. In his statement Atkinson

'''Literature is not life." ; rain.Philadelphia. FARMER CHARGED WITH MUR. I them in any way. I am conscious of sentence. admitted he was tired out and

He agreed, however, that private 2-7, Cleveland 16. DER SAID TO HAVE STARVED no wrong doing. My only offense is I Court will convene this morning at asleep when he came up to the crossing -

letters ought not to be published, and Washington 4, Chicago 0. I 1 WIFE TO DEATH that I have borrowed money."I nine o'clock. and did not see the red lights until -

saij he did not believe Calmette had Federal League go from this hall to my constituents he was two car lengths from the

intended to publish the Caillaux 1 love No games scheduled. Parkersburg, W. Va., July 21. for the purpose of appealingto CRUISER GOES TO CHASE JAP Virginian railway tracks. .

letters. Southern Leaguer Samuel Cunningham, a farmer, reported them for their vindication. I am STEAMER
Two office boys from the Fi ga Mobile 5, Memphis 1. to be wealthy, is in the county wiling to abide by their decision." I HAVANA WANTS TO 'SEE OUR

were the first witnesses today. They New Orleans 7, Atlanta 1. jail here today awaiting a hearing on Bellingham, Wash', July 21.-Re- BATTLERS

described the arrival of Mme. Cail Birmingham 1, Chattanooga 4. charges made by J. E. Mayhew, state I EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS FELT AT ports reached here early today that I!I

laux at the offices of the Figaro on Montgomery 6, Nashville 4. humane agent, charging' first degree WASHINGTON "I"the Canadian cruiser Rainbow sailedfrom i Havana, Cuba,.July 21.-The merchants -

the-day of the crime. South Atlantic League murder. Mayhew charges Cunningham Esquimalt naval harbor at Victoria '> of Havana have addressed a

One of the boys crouched down on Charleston 2, Albany 0. starved his wife, Ann Cunningham Washington, July 21.-(Special.)- B. C., last night for Vancouver. I' petition to the American legation requesting

the witness stand and uttered a series Macon 6, Augusta 3. to death. It is alleged in the Sharp earthquake tremors, beginning She is fully manned and equippedwith that arrangements be.made

of low cries to show how he afterward Columbia 5, Columbus 3. warrant that Cunningham not only at 5:51 and lasting fifteen minutes, I ammunition to enforce the Canadian !with the American government to allow -

had found M. Calmette sheltering Jacksonville 5-1, Savannah 00. failed to provide his wife with food were recorded this evening by the I government's order to escort American warships on the way

himself behind the desk. for twelve days prior to her deathIla5t seismograph at Georgetown univer- the Japanese steamer Komagata out to Mexico to stop at Havana. The

Shooting Is Re-enacted Latest popular music at Curtis & j I Friday but that he purchased a sity. It was estimated the shocks j of the harbor with its 352 Hindu passengers request is believed to be due to the .
The' scene of the shooting wasContinued re O'Neal's. If we do not have your favorite -{I coffin three weeks ago and begandigging originated at point 1,900 miles from + whose deportation has been amount of money spent by American,

( on page 8) we will order i it a grave 'a week ago. f Washington. ordered. sailors who land here.

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At the request of hundreds of our out-of-town and city patrons, who did not get to participate in our great

Dollar Bargains of the last week, we have decided to continue and offer these wonderful. bargains MONDAY,


'will be a Record Breaker, as we will add even stronger and better bargains than we had last week.

IL' 21 Ibs. BEST SUGAR, for. 1 jf

20 yds Good India Linon lOe value for J

_ 20 yds of Good Staple Gingham, for

F 10 yards Colonial Tissue, 20c. valueA

beautiful Crepe Kimona, worth Beautiful new Felt Hats, worth 6 yards beautiful Crepe and fancy
:.:; $L50for .. .. ... .. .. .. . $1.00 $2.00, for . .1.1.,1,1.11. .. $1.00. 2 quality pair Ladies, for .Hose. . .,..regular. .. .. .75c.. $1.OO Voiles, for . .. . . .. . . .. . $1.00
10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, 4 yards Ratine, Voiles, Crepe and
A beautiful Silk Petticoat, all colors
. $1.50 value . .. . ... .. $1.00 value, for . .. .. .. .. .. .. $1.00 A cheap good at solid$1.50 oak, for Dining.. .. .Chair. .. ., si.oo Rice Cloth, 50c value for .. .. .. 51.00
2 pairs 50c Ladies Drawers and one 12 yards of good yard wide Bleaching
} Suit Cases, regular price $1.39 and $1.00
t 25c Gingham Apron for. ... . $1.00 Misses and Children Sandals, all $1 00 $1.50 for .. .. . .... ... ... ... $1.00 regular 13 l-2c, for . .. .. .
sizes from 2 to 5 . .. .. .
years ; 11 yards Lonsdale, Hills and other

= A$2.00 splendid, for House. ... .. .Dress. ./ .,i ,worth.. .. $1 .0 0 ... d 1 ."vf AAMens A value good, for Fiber. ..Rug. .,. .36x63... ..,. .$1.50. .. $1.00 brands of Muslins, for ,.. . . 51.00
Pajamas, $1.25 value, for 'p .
16 yards of yard wide brown Sheeting
2 and good Shirt Waists..,..worth.. ... .$1.00.. .. $1.00 5 pairs mess half Hose, regular 5 yards fancy Art Denum, Sac $1.00 8 l-2c value, for .. ... .. .. $1.00
k $1.25, for. 25c value, for . .. .. .. ... .. $1.00 value, for. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. Crash : ,
25 good Toweling a
a x, worth 2 embroidery 79c each,trimmed for .. .. ..Gowns. ._. .,. $1.00 0 3 silk 50c value Four,in for Hand. . .Ties., .,..regular. .. .. $1.00 10 15c yards value of, for good. ..Curtain. ... .. .Scrim. .. .: $1.00 20 full yards bolt good, . ..white......Lawn.. . .,. .lOc. $1.00

An embroidery trimmed Petticoat, 00 ... .. .... $1.00 I
: $1.00 5 beautiful Wash Ties, worth 25c, of.25c Creton, for. $1. value for .11.111
worth $1.25, for .. .,. . . .. for . $1.00 6 yards Fancy

4 pairs embroidery trimmed ... ... . $1.00 10 yards of Extra good India Linon
ers, worth 39c each, for Draw$1.00 3 regular SOc Wash Ties, for . ... $1.00 $1.25 Garbage Cans, for loc value, for 111. .... . .. .. 51 I.00

A 4 for regular. ... .35c.. ...short. .. ..Petticoats. ..... ..., $1.00 Straw and $2.00 Hats quality for men, .,.regular.. ... .$150....'
'- 2 Ladies Union Suits worth 75c 3 mens Shirts, regular 50c quality, A splendid Hammered Brass Jar* $1.00 1 good Bed Spread,large size, $1.50 1
, each, for . .. ... .'. ... .. .. .. $1.00. for . .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. $1.00. dinier, $1.93 value, for . .. .. .. value, for ... .... ..... ... ... $1.00
' : A iece set of Enamel Ware,
175candone50cBungalow Apron, 5 pairs childrens Hose or Sox, 25c t -i wor& .. ... ... .. .. . $1.00 8 yards of beautiful Voile, 20c ,
for . .. .. .. . . .. .. .. .. $1.00. value, for.< .UU $1.50, value, for ... ... ... ... ... ... $1.00

: 10 Ladies Gauze Vests, 15c value, 5 pairs ladies Lisle Hose, 35c value, An Oil worth for $1.00 l 00
for . .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .... $1 00 for . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . $ ..00 Slop $1.50 111. 15 yards of beautiful Organdie, 15c $ .
Full size Cot Mattress, worth $2.00
10 pairs Childs Pants, 15c value, $1 00 3 pairs ladies Silk and Lisle Hose, extra special .. .. .. .. ... $1.00 8 yards of Voile, regular 25c value $1.00
for 11..1..1.xChildrens .. .. .. . 50c value, for $ 1."U for.
1.1..1..1. A good Oil Cook Stove, $1 50 quality
Dresses, white and color-$1 00 Ladies best silk Hose, $1.50 quality for .. .. .. .. .. .. :.. .. .. $1.00 2 good Sheets, size 81x90, special $1 00
ed, $1.50 value, ... ... . for . . ... . . .. ... .. . $1.00 for . ...1..1..1. .. I .
A splendid Hammock, full size,
i large Gingham Aprons, 25c value $1.00 4 yards 50 and 75c Embroidery and $1.50 value, for 1..1..1. .. . $1.00 16.yards of splendid Check Dimity 51 00
for 1.1111111111111111.1.. .. All Overs, for .. ..1.. ... .. .. . $1.00 In white, 12 l-2c value, . .. .. .
A Sewing or Card Table( $1.50
bunches .... .. $1.00 $1.50, $2.00, and 150 Crepe and value, for. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. $1.00 15 yards of Book Fold Dimity, $1.00
6 25c Flowers, for
: Voile Flouncing, 45 inches wide. $1.00 small check, 12 l-2c, for . .. .

A beautiful new white Hat, worth 5 35c and Ribbon All piece goods sold for Draperies during 10 yards of Pajama check, full
yards plain fancy
.. . .. .. .. .. .. $..00 1 00 ... .. $1.00
$2.00, for for .1..1 ... .. .. .. . .1.1 $ this sale will be Made free of charge. yard wide, 15c value, for


Lot No. 1 all for

3 cans V. C. Lye Hominy .. .1.. 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 1..1111. 40c Starch .. .. 40c
3 cans Imported Sardines 1... .. .. 40c 1-1 lb Can Private Estate Coffee 40c 1 large can Calaf. L. C. Peaches . 30c 5 pounds best Lump /. /
y 2 cans Early June Peas .. . .. .. 30c 0 1 large can Calaf. L. C. Pears 30c 10 Cakes Octagon Soap .. .. .. 50c

' 1-2 can Libys Asparagus- Tips .1. 35c 1 large can Calaf. Apricots: . .. .. 30c 5 Pkgs. Pearline .. .. .. . .. .. ... 25c
1 50
}, $ 1 Jar Libys Jams .1..11111..1.11 35c .. 2 Pkgs. Celluloid Starch 1.11. .. ... lOc
1 large can Calaf. L. C. Cherries 30c
. .. .. . .. .. .. 5c
Lot No. 2 all for $1.00 1 Pint Bottle Welches Grape Juice SOc 1 large can Calaf. L. C. Pine Apple 25c 1 Blueing
.. .. .. 10c
5 cans Early June Peas .11111,1. 75c 2 Cakes Ivory Soap /.1.
4 cans Best Maise Corn ... .. . .. 80c $ 1.40
$ 1.40
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STRANDED STORM IN SUNDAY ARSON AND RIOTING The wool crop NEWS of Walton NOTES countywas fHIIIIIMiilliillililil!!!!!!mi!!!!!!!!in 1 1 1 1 ii m!!!!!! \\IIIHIIMIMMM 1 1 1 1 1ilHIHIIIIMIIMIIHMMMIMMMIHIIIimMllimmiHillMMM

Greenwood, Ark., July 20.War sold to Kirkland & Co., of Savannah
Halifax, N. S., July 20.-None of rants charging murder, arson and for 233-4 cents. This is a ; ''I !
three vessels which went ashore in rioting were prepared here today at considerable advance over the price > i''' f''
the vicinity of Scatari island, off the the instance of Prosecuting Attorney paid'hfct year.
eastern coast of Cape Breton daring Little for the arrest of a numberof M
the storm of Saturday and Sundaycan persons who, it is declared, par J. B. McCreary & Co., of Atlanta, GRAND THEATRE
be saved, according to advices to* ticipated in the attack last week on wer eawarded the contract for con
day. Although the crews had some the Prarie Creek mines of the Bache- structing Dade county's water works
t difficulty in reaching shore, no lives Denman Coal company, while the system and sewerage. The money
were lost company's miners were on strike. for this work was made available at
The hold of the Norwegian steamer Meanwhile the grand jury had been a recent election for the issuance of COOLEST SPOT IN THE TOWN : : : :
Ragna, which ran on the reefs at called together to listen to the testimony -j I bonds. The work will cost ;$26,500
Balance, near Louisburg, was full of. of Samuel C. Thomas, mine and I the contractors expect to get to IIIMIillltMIIMItfiMliiMiililliilllUllMliMMIMMIIIMIH? ; J I
water today The Ragna, 1,050,tons, guard, who declares he witnessed the work at once.
was bound from Chester, Pa.,.for St killing of two mine guards during the TODAY iiliii1
Anns, C. B., in ballast. rioting, and other witnesses who saw St. Petersburg will have an assessment '' '
The decks of the Cuban steamer the tipples and other buildings of for 1914, more than $7,000,000, <
Cienfuegos, stranded on Scatari three mines destroyed by fire. an increase of about $1,000,000 over "The Skull," an Imp special feature in two parts. A
island, were awash. The Cienfuegoshad
While last The big increase almost
conditions are reported quiet year. comes *
on board a cargo of pine for I t j I in the coal fields, the removal of families entirely as a result of the addi melodrama of mystery and intrigue. You should see it,
Montreal The schooner Harold C.I I I of the miners from the settlements tion of the mile wide strip of West
Beecher was breaking up on the reefs to the larger towns and to Central avenue from the old city lim "A Jealous Husband." One of those Ford ster
off Scatari island. The Beecher was Fort Smith continues. its at Sixtenth street to Davista, on
loaded with sand. Boca Ceiga bay. ling comedies. A scream.
At the other extremity of NovaScotia

the four masted schooner Clay come Big from results the from use of little these Want colums.Sobieribi Ads. Our information is that after a "Cross Roads," a Western drama. .
ence H. Venner, from New
bound ,woman gets married she quits' discussing
York to Halifax, with coal, has gone Ibsen and burins 'talking
island.to pieces on the ledges off Sable for the SeutineL about her neighbors. THAT ORCHESTRA

I i

also The cashier judge of of a a town Texas bank.county One was day Nc'Yor r m dRemr 35.0 THURSDAY---"The
1 a stranger presented a check for pay Mystery Wickham '

ment was and not his satisfactory.evidence of identification " Hall," in three big part, featuring Cleo Madison.

"Why, Judge said the man, "I've
known yon to sentence men to prison FRIDAY-Dustin Farnum in "Soldiers of For-
for life on no better evidence than CLYDE LINE "
that" tune, six big reels.MMMIMMMMMIIIMIMMMMMMtMHMtMMIMM.

judge."That"But may when be true it comes," replied to hand the Only Direct Line From JacksonvilleI!!!!"!!"!iHMIHMMMIMMMMMMMMMMIIIIIHMMMMMIMtWHERE : :::::::::::::::I::

ing out cold cash we have to be
mighty careful Baltimore Star. TO SPEND YOUR VACATION

TIPS FROM TEXAS Fare Includes Heals and
r Stateroom Accommodations Come to the Nautilus Casino at FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
t ? Seabreeze-the coolest spot in Flor I FOR WOMEN
Even when a married man is being Tickets ida-to spend your vacation. Perfect I GAINESVILLE
henpecked he thinks old bachelors on Sale Until September 30th, bathing houses and beach. Fresh TALLAHASSEE.
and Good water showr. New woolen bathing College of Arts and Sciences:Norma School;
envy him. Returning From New York up suit and room, 25 cents. Tor men School of Music; School of Expression;I,
to and and women. School of Art; Extension Division; Graduate S Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
Including October
31st. Ships School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming Law; Engineering; Agriculture; Teachers
If all women are born free and Casino open to the public free. pool; basket ball and tennis courts:new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Division -
equal, how is it that one becomes a Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays Dancing three nights a week on the modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi I I ;Graduate School: Ten new brick buildings
tories have all modern ,
largest and best floor in the South. conveniences; new;o besides gymnasium swimming pool and
princess and another a chicken? Saturdays at 2:00 P. M. Music by the Crystal orchestra. dining room and kitchen most hygienic in I many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers, instructors
Regular Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 354 young men
street car service from Daytonato and 12 states last session. I i 47 Florida counties and 24 States and
Few of realize how genial For Further Particulars the Casino. 7.18.4w TUITION FREE in College and Normal foreign countries last session.
us a Apply to
School. Board and entrance fees for the TUITION FREE Board and Entrance Fees,
grim looking man can be until he begins year $12400 For catalogue write I I I 132.50 per year. Write today for catalogue
Buy your garden seed from DeLaney EDWARD CONRADI President.Don't A. A. MURPHREE, President
trying to sell us something.The -
Fla. Pass. Agent & Abernethy. Just received a
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
rolling stone gathers no moss, wait for every one In town to We insure your life and loan you
JACKSONVILLE have Entrican, the painter, before money on real estate at 6 cent
but if he's a high.roller he may have If you want your bicycle fixed ina you try. Am too busy to look you interest Guarantee Life &: Loan per Co., I
annexed more or less mazuma. Shop.hurry take it to Warman's Repair up. Phone 636, and I will be on the Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.
Job. 1-20-tf 3.25-d&wtf
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The Florida Real Estate and

Investment Company -

Is Incorporated in the State of Florida, therefore under State control, for

$25,000., fully paid up. Surplus, $25,000Total

Responsibility, $50,000.00. No Liabilities,

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 service

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

leave it to your judgment whether or not your interest is 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.


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 bur arrangements completed to give attention to any

additional amount of propositions, if listed with us.

We respectfully invite.you to call and acquaint yourself with our methods of doing real, "real estate business
," which are based on the most progressive and honorable principles. '

;' J. HENRY BENEDICT, President

Of The Florida Real Estate and Investment Co. :::,:


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x E DAILY .AN ENGLISHMAN'S VIEWS OF as I believe, but on the whole they points, Mi. Garrison finds himself I i

g South Florida SentinelMORNING OUR NATIONAL GUARD are analogous institutions. with too small a margin for safety. --.:

AND ARMY. And West Point knows nothing of I j I Approximately there is not much I

AND WEEKLY wealthy and poor as such. Every difference in the condition of service

r J06UH FERRIS Editor ud Owner. The most important feature of the youngster is proved worthy beforehe 1 between America and Great Britain. .

can get there. When he succeedsthe The men enlist for seven and
Entered at the poctoffie at Orlando. Forse. new American National Guard act, years
a* Second Clio MaD Matter. says a writer in the London Chronicle nation provides for his needs for serve four in the ranks. Some are

SUBSCRIPTION RATES is the taking of the nomination of six years and pays him enough to 1 permitted to re-enlist and a Yew to EDITORIAL

De11r. 1 Year ...........................$.00 officers out of the hands of Governorsof keep him out of debt. I j il I go on from period to period being retained .
D flj, 6 Months ....................... oliO States and In addition to the admissions from for special efficiency and retiring -
DaU,. a MOnths ...................... L2SDally. placing this function in
1 Month !....................... 59 the custody of the President. This the Military Academy, a Senator, after thirty years with a pension -
removes the whole matter from the Congressional District, and Territory of 75 per cent. of the pay they
Weekly. 1 Year ....................... 1.08Weekly. have been The
have may receiving. rate
( Month ..................... .71 political field. may one cadet as the Academy
and the District of Columbia two. {of pay for privates ranges from 2s. t
The President with the sanction of
TO ADVERTISERS: Porto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii and the :to 3s. 6d.-50c to 87 1-2c. And even
Congress can call for any number of What
Philippines sharing in the privilege. f when the enormously higher price of
Copy for dUplay and all ":her hand-set volunteers and they are placed on exactly -
adrerUsinf matt be handed in at the baitnesafic the other It might seem at first that such a most things that are necessary to a
same footing
as en-
tf the Sentinel act later than 2 p. n system was to :soldier is taken into account, I im '
the day before P lUcatiOD. nil rale applies listed men except that they must be open political use or "RELIABILITY"Means
to chances for contract advertising: it is dismissed abuse. But notice has to be given that ;agine the American rank and file are
after the
UrarUbk and mfl be strictly adhered to. as soon proclamation -
r better off than in
of appointments are about to be made
peace as practicable.
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued writer continues: When it is remembered and any youngster who has sufficient i{
should notify the office in writing on grit to face a stiff examination in I j STATE NEWS NOTES
the that the United States has
date of expiration otherwise it will be no
ontifraed at the regular subscription rates "useful as distinguished from ort I To be knocked to the ground by a
reserve force that the law limits the
: anti notice to atop is received. namental subjects may enter and ferocious bull, which she tried to At This StoreIn
standing army to 100,000, it will a
i'drive out of her and be
takes an equal chance. yard, rescued
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914., once be seen how important are the
'just in time to prevent the animal t
Promotion from ranks o
new powers to the nation. proceeds n
from carrying out his intention
to kill
'Just as the Mexican question lost In theory of course, compulsory the same lines. From time to time, her, was the experience of Mrs. J. E. referring to Webster's Dictionarythe

interest the Cailluax trial saved the : service for all male adults between examinations are held and every man Bigelow wife of ,
a word "reliable"
has the prominent mer will be found to have
serving right to proffer himself
situation as the sensation of the day. the age of 18 and 45 should providean chant of DeLand.
for the test. Of course, the number i several definitions
o army sufficient to satisfy the most I But all those definitions
of acceptances is limited, not t>71
The latest addition to Uncle Sam's aggressive nation in the whole world I At a recent meeting of the boardi
and the American a the number of passes but by the num- will have just ONE meaning, and
navy is the torpedo boat O'Brien. people being ber of vacancies the of county commissioner of Santa .
The name indicates that she will be peaceful and kindly folk in the main, able. The chief at is time avail I Rosa county the construction of abridge that is "worthy of dependence or reli-
point that those
have allowed intention of the
some scrapper. connecting Escambia and Santa "
who ance.
will find themselves
intention of the
to remain unfulfilled Rosa counties decided
o was upon.
not merely tolerated but welcomed
in fact. So that while
The king of Spain orders his paper I With this action a long standing mat
cigars there as equals at least by the ma- .
are 16,127,000 "Organized and
from Tampa, while the of diamonds ter is brought to a close.
king jority of those with whom they are
Unorganized Militia known to the of Consider Well
causes frequent arrests of. to pass the remainder of their pro These
ficial records less
than the odd thou
Tampa cigar makers. fessional Bear hunting in Florida is not always
sand are actually available for 'immediate career. successful t
on account of the
o service, with little training.The It is only' since the Spanish war I scarcity of the animal and is less sue.cessful Five Words

An'exchange says Mexico wants a enlisted or regular army, standsat that Americans as a whole have. in the neighborhood of Jack-
;t president that can cope with a revo- something less than 85,000 of come to realize that they have to be
sonville, where a bear is as much of
lution. Its got the wisest to take their I I
one yet. prepared
whom half
nearly among
are a curiosity ice the river Almost
_. ; as on but, every store nowadays claims to
He is willing to get out of the way coast and other duties or in the the fighting nations of the world if nevertheless' a huge black bear was
of one. they to have their dus be "reliable" and while
P Philippines and other dependencies; are weight I i killed; just twelve miles from the city the word "reliable"
o probably 50,000 would be the utter in the preservation of peace. Even :
by a hunting party which had 1>become has but one meaning that becomes
The hearing on the legality of the most muster possible for the count rythe recently as during the lifetime of I j j I acquainted with th eabode of a bear meaning -

Bryan*primary law has been trans- at a moment's calL Taft administration the Bill which!'family. modified or emphasized according '

ferred to Jacksonville, and will be has both houses
It will interest to read just passed was refused :
held before Judge D. A. Simmons on something of the democratic Europeans methods I adoption. And in the same administration ,I--: -- -- to the particular store that claims it for a

Saturday. the then MHttMMIIIMHMIIliMDepartment ,
by which the army of this great Secretary of I I virtue.
o State had to warn the country thathe 1
country is officered. Indeed it maybe I
Carbajal is evidently drinking the had not amunition for
one first :
that Great Britain will get some
same brand that Huerta imbibed. class McCUllOCU'S
engagement of the importanceof S Sl
light upon the democratizing of her
Now he is willing to fight little before those of the War
a own army in a review of the American Japanese with We know the store that is reliable in an
c allowing the rebels to enter Russia. Probably that has been largely

:Mexico City. system. corrected but the recent urgent l indefinite sort of way-you don't know
Briefly, there are three methodsby
s o order for large completions of shell Store
Exit which a man can obtain a commis I just where you stand when trading there.
} Huerta from the front pages, manufacture indicate that having
but Harry Thaw has just obtained sion; but there is no way in whichhe provided necessary reserves for the I I Others are fairly reliable-which means
can be smuggled in solely by
: posses ion of $160,000, and the lawyers coast defence forts, for the Panama
reason of his wealth or social stand Jelly TumblersFruit trustworthy up to a certain extent. Still
ought to be able to revive his zone and other important strategicalIMMItlMHMHMMMMI ,
ing. If there should to have
case with that amount. prove others and such stores
are unfortunatelyvery
been unwise exercise of the Presi
I 0t
dent's prerogative of limited selections Jars
The Cook-Peary controversy might few, are VERY reliablewhichmeans
in a number of cases, there are
f be settled by sending a committee, '
T. F. BOURfflAN that the utmost dependence
so few as merely to prove the usutl- can
composed of the congressmen com-

a: plaining the loudest about the heat in ly wise choice made. f Licensed Plumber and allkindsCeSeCVInellIes be placed on the store, its promises, and
enlistment in the
Washington, to investigate. ranks is from the Military Sanitary Engineer r its merchandise.In .

'. o Academy and I am assured that it Estimates Furnished. Jobbing
Times-Union. want advertisement Promptly Attended to.
is almost impossible for a cadet to"fake"
announces that a
reputable young
a pass at West Point for in PHONE 629
man would like a position as attend- this latter
stance. class this store occupiesa
106 Court Street
ant to a lady. Great excitement
L-' among Jacksonville old maids. I This academy is to the American: prominent position. Absolute trust- .
o !Army what Sandhurst is to the Armyof ORLANDO, |I. FLORIDA 20 S. Orange Avenue.HllttllllllllMMIIillllt.

the There differences worthiness is the keystone which
J. E. Ingraham, vice-president of King George. are 4-l-im upon our
all in favor of West Point, 1111111111111111111111111.1
{ the Florida East Coast has business founded. We
railway, was make NO
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If:: Deen seieaea as one of three bond
trustees to spend the $650,000 good 'IIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII"1111111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111. promises, over the counter or in our advertising -

i' roads bond issue in St. Johns t
o county. KODAK FINISHING. We develop any size film 10c. that we cannot fulfil.

F The Gainesville board of health has Let us develop and print
issued an order requiring the daily films. An experienced photographer at head ol our KODAK DEPARTMENT.
rn t your
removal of all stable manure. Sta- In all the thousands of dollars worthof

t bles are the greatest breeders of
; flies and Gainesville is determined to McELROY'S PHARMACYGive merchandise in the store, there is nota

j: stamp out the fly.o us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream. penny's worth that is not absolutely de

r f __With $102,000,000 of boodle the MllllillililiiiilttmttttttttlttftliHIttttttlitlttMiMIIMIil. MIIM pendable-sure to give perfect satisfac-

New Haven directors can stand a little tion.

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s and they have to go to jail a little

i 4 health failure, a la Morse, will relieve -

the situation. And our prices are reliable-one priceto

o- l

Whachu think of twenty-four wa- all, and that the very lowest possible

; termelons that weighed 1,355 pounds!
They were raised by T. M. Coon at

' Greenville, but as he found a market 1 Commencement t
Da-an important event the .t
a for them evidently they were not as . lives of should receive Can You Afford
i< ". young people some fitting mark .; to Shop
large those raised .
as by an Apopka of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the ,

c. man-so large that no market could occasion. What could be more fitting than a. gift of Other
,, at Any Kind
be found for them. Jewelry?

o '
Somebody has suggested that Cole .1 DIAMONDS AND WATCHES eWe of Store ?

Blease, of South Carolina infamy, .

Mould be made to salute' the flag for direct the attention of relatives and friends to

refusing to allow troops from other 0: the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this

states to pass through the convictless store. From the most inexpensive of this season's newest

1 state over which he rules. Blease novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond .....1.-. -.

c would never do jt if he had any idea or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values .

decent people wanted it done. and assortment.A .

o visit to our store wilt be appreciated and involves .

The eighth case of bubonic plague no obligation to buy.T.h.Evans.

has developed in New Orleans with

three deaths to date. New Orleans .

failed to kill the rats until the plague I :", ,

came, just as thousands of communi

ties fail to start the fly swatting

- campaign until some fatal disease has

become epidemic. Procrastination is

the thief of lives.o DICKSONIVES CO.C

,. By resigning his seat in the house

f of representatives Congressman Mc- the JewelerOPPOSITE

Dermott has aided much in purifying U DEPARTMENTAL l STORE
4 the atmosphere at the big end of the ,

capital McDermott says he is a .

poor man and his only offense was POSTOFFICE Orlando's Favorite Shopping PlaceTH

borrowing money, but he always

found it convenient to borrow from
some one interested in legislation, -

i either pending or prospective. -


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"MiliilMMMMIMiiMMn. i I MIMIMIIIIIIillliillllll FUNERAL OF J. S. MOORE =r- --
.it' .0.

The soul of Mr. John Sherman
Moore was called to its Maker Monday
lillllllBUYS i Open 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
o : : July 20th, at the family resi-
p. :' Admission 5 centsTODAY'S : dence in Sanford. His sudden death
I _
So ing special at the Lucernetheater .. 'I came as a great shock to his family
Friday night All come. It and many friends. The deceased was
"Gel It 111 t Allen's"Show "
: I: PROGRAM born in Gainesville, Ga., and he was
Miss Jessie Stumon is visiting Miss AND SELLS in his
r.J. fiftieth year. The wife, four
fict Kerrigan in
Ethel Sharpe in Orlando Sanford M
"The Magic Skin," in two parts. children and two brothers are left to
I Herald. REAL ESTATE Joker. Comedy. "Ma and Pa Play mourn the death of this kind and

Mr. A. R. Bogue leaves today for .. comedies.Poker." Another one of those good< loving man. .. 'J _
Oxford to spend a short time with ... The funeral services will be heldat
his mother. the residence in Sanford this
I: 600 acres south of Winter YOUNG
Mr. Dave Caruthers, proprietor of morning at 10:30. The family will Us Your Watch

the Cash Grocery, spent. yesterday in: t. Garden and west of : THEIR MANY FRIENDS accompany the body to Orlando, !

Oxford on business Gotha, including 10 acre : where the interment will follow the Fobs-PLEASE i iV
Yeserday afternoon at three o'clock arrival of the 3:30: train this after-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Howell the
are The Miss Marie
orange grove. entire : Floyd and Mr. Roy L.
proud parents of a fine baby boy, Dean were united in noon.Many Summer is the time for }'outo'
tract covered with : marriage by Orlando friends of Mrs.
which arrived at their home on July Notary Public J. Van Buskirk. The Moore, who was Miss Ruth Bumby have a lob, we have one in
yellow pine timber. Two
21stMr. wedding came as a complete surprise ,, of this city, express the deepest sym- our assortment that will
J. M. Caruthers, of the firm of miles of lake shore.HiiMMIIililMimUHf. to the many friends of the happy cou' pathy in her bereavement. please you. .

Caruthers & Gore, returned last I pie, and was witnessed by only a few, Sanford Masons will accompanythe D Dare

night from a visit to his brother at r I I intimate associates. body to this city and will be Our Watch Chains

Webster. Mrs. Dean is the second daughter, joined by the Orlando Masons who

Seth Woodruff, of Orlando, was in of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Floyd, who reside -' will assemble at the lodge room at the best made, we can

the city yesterday shaking hands MRS. GOODRICH EST RTAINEDTUESDAY on West Livingston avenue, and three o'clock for the purpose of attending furnish any kind you want-

with his Sanford friend*Sanford BRIDGE CLUB is one of Orlando's prettiest and most the funeral. those with 20 year guaranteeare

Herald. popular young ladies. She was born modest in
Prof. and Mrs. W. S. Coltman are Mrs. Chester Goodrich prettily en and raised in Orlando and has,a host Notice to Masons very price.

spending a few days on Lake Conwayat tertained the Tuesday Bridge club of friends who will regret to know Members of Orlando Lodge No. 69

"Lake Breeze" camp, the guests of yesterday, at the last meeting of the that her future home will not be in F. & A. M., are requesttd to assem- Allen & Co.

Mrs. S. E. Ives, Jr. season. Miss Kilmer, Mrs. S.'G. Do- this city. ble at the lodge room at 3 o'clock tomorrow Ii ,
live, Mrs. Edward Hauseldt, Mrs. J.
Mr. M. Smith has returned from a N. Mr. Dean was employed as violinist (Wednesday) afternoon for
few days business trip to Jackson and the hostess com at the Grand theater'during the past '' the purpose of attending in a body Jewelers
posed the players from the club
vole, where he has been in the inter- winter and made many friends in Or- the funeral services of our departed
est of the Orlando Development com Edwards the substitutes Mrs. were Mrs. G. H. lando. His genial disposition and brother, J. S. Moore. U Prompt Repairing.
Walter Brittain, and
gentlemanly conduct won the esteemof By order of Worshipful Master.
i Miss Hart
all who knew him. LEONARD THORNTON, Everything! Guaranteed.
Mr. A. Y. Fuller spent Tuesday i in During the afternoon cold cherry .

Leesburg, looking after his branch smash was served, and later a delicious The happy couple left on an afternoon Secretary.

garage there. He drove over in one cream course. train for Cincinnati and Atlantic -
of his Reo cars, for which he Is City, where they will spend their

agent honeymoon. They will make their
One of the white
large swans on
home in Columbus, Ohio, where Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis left Tues- Lake Lucerne died some time Mon.

day for Lake Helen to spend a few The Philatheas met Monday even- his Dean father.will engage in business with day night. It was seen floating on

days with friends. They will go from ing at the home of the president, I the water by :Mr. Whitehouse, who Ib" .CO

there to Daytona Beach to remain for I'' :Miss Blanche Barnes, at 210 North r lives at the Windermere, and he no. 1:10. -L-
a short stay. Orange avenue. The first part of the CITY CLERK JANSEN IN HIS ticed that it did not move except as --- -- ---- ----- ----- -.
I !lr. Lawrence Brown has returnedto evening was devoted to a business I NEW HOME it was blown about by the breeze. :*MMMIimillMMIHIMHIiHIMtmililMIMIAlaska

J Atlanta to take up his duties as meeting. The remainder of the even I When'it was finally blown ashore Mr. t

city engineer. He has been on a visitto ing was spent socially. Miss Martha City Clerk Carl Jansen was very Whitehouse got it out of the lake and :

his mother, Mrs. Chas. McDowell, Weeks rendered a solo in a very i I I busy Monday and yesterday moving Dr. J. N. McElroy examined it thor-
pleasing manner. Many games were I'I into his new home at the corner of :
for the past week.' oughly but could find no wounds or
played, the puzzle contest proving i I Lake and Palmer streets. Yesterday
Mr. W. S. Branch is expected to return anything to show the cause of death. :
the most Prizes for the afternoon he said he about
interesting. was as
There remain but two the RefrigeratorCall
home the latter part of the weekfrom I|t I
games were awarded to Hiss Lena tired as mortal could be but that the
Cleveland, where he has been lake now, and it is to be hoped that
Larson, a pennant for first prize, and big job was over, and while he had
visiting his sister, whom he had not no more deaths will occur. I and see it. Will sell cheap for cash.
Miss Stearns received the consolation I an offer to sell there is nothing doing
seen in twelve I
years. prize, which was a bottle of Hoyt's I at present-at least until he recovers COUNCIL FAILED TO MEET YES-
Mr. Frank Evan, traveling: out of from the effects of
cologne. Many musical numbers ; moving. TERDAY AFTERNOON White Rose Goods
Jacksonville for the North British were given, after which was served i. Mr. Jansen has one of the prettiest!

and Mercantile Fire Insurance com ice and cake. homes in Orlando and that is !
cream one a Commissioner Clark Robertson
I City I Just received another of those
pany spent Tuesday in town calling credit to the city. Fronting'on shipment
these hunting
is so busy days, up
on the local agent DELIVERY HORSE RAN AWAY 'Lakes Cherokee and Davis it is in an property owners and notifying them .. ; famous goods from Seeman Bros., New

Mrs. W. B. Lynch and Mrs. Chas. ideal location, with a view of the that their sewer connections must be : York. I

Lartigue left yesterday afternoon for One-'of'the speedy delivery horses lakes that can not be obstructed. made, that he didn't get around to :

Plant City, to spend a week as the used by Caruthers & Gore forgot his I the city hall yesterday afternoon for I

guest of Mrs. Harry Root, grand lowly calling yesterday afternoon BEAUTIFYING THE TIEDTKE the, council meeting. Commissioner !
daughter of Mrs. Lynch. and came near being arrested for HOME Johnson was there but he declared THE SANITARY GROCERY

Mrs. A. G. Branham and daughter, ,breaking the speed limit The horse himself not a quorum and adjourned.

Miss Mary Branham, expect to leave ,was being driven by Dean Ponder The home of Chas. Tiedtke, corner There was nothing of importance to CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

the latter part of the week for pointsin and while in front of the residence of of Magnolia avenue and Colonial come before the council.Mr. 11

North Carolina, to spend the remainder E. H. McNeill, on Lake Eola, decidedhe Drive, is being beautified by exten- Robertson finds it quite an undertaking : 290 6 &: 8 E. Pine Street

of the summer. was needed at the store. Actingon sive improvements in the grounds. A to notify all property own-

Mr. J. H. McCulloch has returned I that decision he started out, leaving concrete walk is being constructed ers, especially by depending upon the '

the wagon, the driver and most along the Magnolia avenue side and books since property in Orlando
from New York city, where he accompanied city CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
Mrs. McCulloch and of the harness behind and retaining when this is completed walks and changes hands every day, and he has

i' daughter, who are now touring nothing that would retard his speed. drives will be built in different partsof decided the best method is to visit f FUNERAL DESIGNStllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILJII

through the ,New England states. Not appreciating the street pavingas the grounds. Several hundred feet I each house and find out the owner

he should he occupied the sidewalk of walks will be constructed in all, I from the tenant. This is some little
)Ir. and Mrs. W. HReynolds left
most of the way, only consenting to and the walks will be beautified by job, but then the whole task of run
Tuesday for New York city to spenda
couple of months. They expect to return to the street, after the brick flowers and shrubbery. When the im- ning a city and running it right, as I...... .. .. IMMIillliltlMMMHIIIIGRAND .

make their headquarters in the paving was reached. The damagewas provements are completed it will be the Orlando commissioners endeavorto .
slight and was soon repaired.In one of the handsomest homes in the do, is some task.
and take trips to the nearby resorts. city. VIEWNewest

Mr. H. T. Butler arrived in Orlando
different places in this a
paper Orlando people have no reason to
Monday evening from Spartanburg, notice will appear soliciting your patronage There will be no cuff on the trouser complain of the excessive heat We
S. C., to spend the next three weeks at the Lucerne theater
Friday leg next year. That's reassuring. have had a very few real hot days,
looking after his property interests.His night The ladies of the Presbyterian I From the way things were going we but they are usually followed by a

many friends are giving him a i church will be benefited thereby.Mr. I:feared the ankle watch. good shower, which cools everythingoff

cordial welcome. Kent has extended the same I and makes it pleasant We do not and most up-to-date hotel in

Mrs. H. H. Dickson returned last privilege to the different societies of Eat what you want have hot sultry nights-in fact, manyof
t evening from New York city, where the various churches-helping: out ina Eat all you want our Northern friends are fast real- Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.

she accompanied her daughter, Miss good cause. Take a postscript and forget it izing that they find it cooler here in
For sale by all druggists.
the beautiful River
Ethel Dickson, who goes on up to 1.7-d4w.lyr the summer time than they would at ;
Hudson Falls, N. Y., to spend the Sentinel want ads. are money get their homes in the big cities. .
: One of the finest views in Wes-
rest of the summer months. ters. Try them. Sentinel "wants" fill your wanta. t

This country uses about 45,000 : tern North Carolina. Open July first.
MilMllllilMllililillMMilMlliiilMtiHitMMIMttMMHi 1111111111111111111111 000,000 feet of lumber every year,
ttMMMtltMlttlMtMIIIIIMttittilMMIMIIIinilliilHI'tlliriimill' MMl and the record will be something tobe I I

proud of when we grow as much I I

timber annually as we cut down. I

ftCRNTODAY FOUND-Gold cuff link engraved : MRS. J. R. McFADYEN, !

I "L. G. B." Owner can have same
H by,ca1lin at Sentinel office and paying -

for this advertisement. It 6-20.d ;' CANTON, N. C.

Eat what you want.
Eat all you want. HtMl tttll 11111 11111 IIMIMMIIIMMf.
"The Knockout reel All Take a postscript and forget it .
two Keystone comedy. -------------- -- -- - --------- --- -
For sale by all durggists.
; children under twelve admitted free at night performances ) l-T-d&w-lyr t4 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111110111111The

Read the Morning Sentinel Price Stetson University, DeLartd, fit., offers
"The Newer Woman
a Majestic suffragette farce. 10 cents a week.DlW a two year and a three year

course study leading to the degree
One other good reel 'LL.B. It Is the oldest and best in'Florida. '

It has a large body of successful

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given. awayagain LAST NIGHT lAW alumni. Special emphasis is lAW

; tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. I Practice.placed on Its Florida graduates Pleading/ admitted and to

i Cor. Moth and Roach Sts.,
practice without further examination.!

i First Floor, 10 Cents Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents | John Bedbug and His En- Faculty/ law building, I law library,

tire Family course of study unsurpassed Fall
Term begins Sept..2$. Send for An*

Tomorrow Laura Sawyer in "A Daughter of the An over dose of G. Co. nouncement for I9l4ls.HilllMHttMHHiMMttHMHIHMIIMilltillllMli.
i Hills." Another Famous Players Film, presented by Dan- was of it all cause _

: iel Frohman. FOR SALE BY GROCERYS I It wiH pay you to let us do some T. S. Abernithy, auto livery, phone

I 'of your printing. We do it right 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf
Qt. 35C., Gal. $1.00
i J/v**-" *
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I Illlliliillliiil PEOPLE'S WANTS I Lumber Laths and Shingles


Notica of Lost Wanted. For Sale For
The commendation of onr customers is the Beat ete, for this column 25e for one day.Me COMLFANY. .
for three day, or 11.00 for one week for
most convincing credential of the value of !
our ser- 25 word or lee*.. Money moat actemcanyUM
n..: vice in dispensing i pure drugs atfrertnemcBU for this, column u no
iocertiou will be made on creditFOR

Nwsery stock one, two, three and
PRESCRIPTIONSi four year old buds; Foster Early,
Pineapple, Java, Hunosassa, Wash
' and co-operate with doctor in getting just such ] ington NaveL Address.Mrs. M.KahK
Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf
results as will restore health and vigor. \Ve prepare Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection Lime

prescriptions from any doctor and dispense FOR SALE

nothing but. assayed and standardized drugs. MHM II
Georgia peaches, wholesale or re 1 1 1 i i i
tail. Fresh day. Also have
A FEW STEPS every Statement of the Condition of
fresh lot of Georgia cane syrup, at the
King's grocery store, 47 West Church

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

dollars'to you and save a long spell of sickness. ,

Some people are coming to our store who seldom FOR SALE CHEAP Orlando, Fku, FAt

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

FOR SALE $5,000 in one, two and Loans and Discounts $379,514 36
The CITY DRUG STORE three year notes, 8 per cent. inter-
est, payable quarterly; secured by Over-Drafts .. . 622 34
first mortgage on one of the best Stocks and Bonds ... 26,018 33

J. L. DEAN, Prop. Orlando, Fla. farms in Orange county. Owner Real Estate, Furniture and fixtures 26,637 37
needs and will discount at 1
money Cash on Hand and Due from Banks 291,393 48
per cent Address A. A. Bond, Chu-
luota, Fla. 7-18-6t
$724,185 88
FOR SALE-Beet quality heart pine LIABILITIES.

DAILY SPORT LETTERBy nabeled new," but it seems to us thatwe fence posts. See L N. Lewis, 406S. I
s heard it in the long ago. But East street 7-14-lmo Capital Stock $100,000
( Frank G. Menke) some of the new recruits to fandom Surplus and Undivided Profits 39,961 35

New York, July 21.-This is prov- might not have been in the audienceso FOR SALE-15 head of Jersey milk Re-Discounts None
ing a bad year for the umpires in the we repeat it for their perusal cows. Jas. B. Porter, Lake City, Bills Payable None -
American and National leagues. The "Tim" was umpiring a game in Fla. Deposits 582,669 47

F players have taken to "sassing" the Washington one day. Catcher Char- WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Due to Banks 1,55506

s former czars in a most unladylike ley Street, who was known as "Gab- in good condition, for Victrola and
manner, and the poor old umps don't by," was at bat "Tim" called a records. Piano may be seen at For- $724,185 88
Address P. 0. Box Oakland
know what to do about it. Of strike. "Gabby" whirled "Tim." mosa. 2. ,
: course on
Reserve Carried the Bank
I I Fla. by $291,393 48
they are chasing the sassers from "Hey, what'smatter with your Reserve
required by Law 116,533 89
t the game, with the reckless abandonof I lamps, hey?" Street,queried, as gen- WANTED-Couple to live on country
place. Call or address, 400 West
yore, but they aren't levying fines tly as a summer breeze that got Central avenue.WANTEDPermanent. Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
Y as they used to in the good old days I mixed up in a western cyclone.
before the Feds came into being. You I I "Tim" fished a newspaper out of position by Deposits on June 30, 1913 $527,758 01
woman with family to support Experienced Deposits on June 30, 1914 582,669 49
see, it doesn't pain a player to be I.his pocket-one that had been folded in clerical and executive
chased from the game. In fact, he to show the batting averages at first work and capable of handling forceof
.{, rather likes it It means a vacationfor sight people. Orlando and Chicago references INCREASE $S ,911 48

him. But being fined, and having "Huh," sneered "Tim," running his furnished as to character and
ability. 7-19-tf The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co., endeavors
said fine deducted from his envelopeis finger down the column. "Ye have a
a a different matter altogether. It foine kick comin', ye has not. I see to persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal in its
wallops him in his most sensitive by these averages thot you're hitting WANTED mobile, for PARTNER an engineering, with an proposi-auto- treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.

spot. In other years the playerswere about .200." tion. Good profits. Address B. J., Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and

walloped that way-and they Street was speechless for the rest care Sentinel safely conducted bank are cordially invited.

had no recourse. This year it's a bit of the game.
DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy "' ''''H##'# #'I## ###
different If a fine is assessed anda 5.5 sewing of all kinds, and work ready
A player thinks it unjust, all he needs "Tim" always was a great little when promised, at room No. 6, over
;' to do is to jump to the Feds. person for carrying the latest batting Estes' drug store. :Misses Keen & OSTEOPATHY I i HiUHMIIMIIIMIM*
It's a grand little situation for the and pitching averages around on his Griffing's Trees

player, but think of-and sympathize person. The plan proved to be a FOR RENT Give ResultsOrder I : For Sale
with-the poor dears who officiate as great silencer for batters who kicked DR. J. C .HOWELL

umpires. The worst they dare to do because strikes were called and pitchers FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Hours, 10-12,"3-5, and by appointmentNo your ROSES and ARBORVI- I =
who kicked because balls were W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney
to a player who wounds their feel-
street south. of Mrs. Stev- extra charge for house treatment Office opposite P.-0. Modern
called. Inquire | | 8-roomj ;
ings is to chase those fellows from Telephone connections I
enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson.
the game. And that, in the eyes of * Office Orange and Central GRIFFING'S TREES GIVE RESULTSOne doors
.. cor. Aves. j | House 2 : :
; the players, is the best possible thing Christy Matnewson> seems to be FOR RENT-Two office in reason: _
that could happen to 'em. McGraw's pitching staff again. Mat- our store at No. 9 W. Church spaces street DR. F. C. BOARDMAlt The Griffings are the best and : | west of Wyom- :
is the Giant hurler who most experienced propagators
seeDon't ty only can Come in and we will show you. Pierce
be counted on to bring home the ba- Electric Co. 3-29-tf DENTISTBoardman in the state, and one or more ; : ing Hotel. Bargain : :
chew tobacco, fire the stenog- of the five are always on the
rapher, beat up the cook, or start an con with any degree of certainty. ground.
, Marquard and Demaree have been go- TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Building j | :
argument with your wife, as a means houses. 563. W H BROKAW
ern Daetwyler, phone
like of truck
ing a pair spavined
of relieving your irritableness and 4-26-tf Office
Hours Salesman
' horses. Tesreau got to a fine :
Get revolver and doa
nervousness. a start, but has been unreliable 8:30 to 12:00 150 to 4:00 Grapefruit and Orange Trees
-bit of promiscuous shooting. It'sthe lately. MISCELLANEOUS l| | A. L. Bentley, : :
Unless this trio soon rounds into Telephone 540.. r
greatest soother of frazzled form, and give little assistance to DYNAMITING done in all its branches. _._ 'i AVENUE jj jji
nerves known to science, in the opin- a -- -- ---- - -- -- I ; 10 L AMELIA
McGraw willbe under the land is NANCY HALL and Porto Who is and decorator i
ion of Dr. William W. Quicqsail, of Matty necessity Clearing our specialty.Let Rico sweet your painter ? r
I of starting some of the kid us do your work. Estimates potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. If you are satisfied keep the one you i'+HiiimtitmiiiiMiii* i
Philadelphia, champion revolver shot Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka PlantCo. have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican,I -
in the that L N. Lewis 406S.
two given. ,
ptichers, hope one or cheerfully .
of the world.\ Apopka, Fla. 5-24-tf No. 636. 1-20-tf Read the advertisements daily.
of them will perform inr winning East street 7-14-lmo
3:, Or. Quicksail began shooting only .. - - -
style. But such a plan is a dangerous -
. abut four years ago. He took it First class Brazing specialty at ';?!*+* +**vww\
up for amusement first. Later he experimentDRESSMAKING Warman's Repair Stop o. Court ..
1 5-tt St.1
fond that shooting at a target ,

: seemed to soothe his nerves. Rubber Stamps made to order at i r & !nftiAtThey
"Whenever I came home at night, Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf. ,

feeling jerky and nervous, I found an Plain and fancy dressmaking and Job printing at the Sentinel.Excursion1. J j jI
almost immediate cure in getting out ladies' tailoring. Prompt deliveryand j.I I

v ol v e and shooting about 50 satisfaction guaranteed. Cheney .I

shtsre with a revolver or pistol" building, upstairs.. Phone 443. 1 Were to


Pave Robertson, the slugging Giant i 7152m.
t rek-uit, says that the best method toI
pursue in becoming a demon clouter The Newell Electric Company has VIAAtlantic .
. is to pick one out and bust it." Quiteso moved from the Arcade building on ,H be Married Soon

Dave, quite so. But this businessof East Church street to their new quar-

. picking one out, Davey-what's ters at 25 East Pine street 7-15-lw : CoastLINE r 9

the recipe for that* * Came to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of,
f. Find what want in Sentind
s you four five wanted their home to be attractive and comfortableyet
This is; a "Tim Hurst story that is "wants." or rooms. They
i I the amounf of money which they had available for the furnishing of their

: home made expensive peices prohibitive. ,

r 4IMIIIIIIIHMMMtHIIIMIIIIHIMMMIIHMiMIM_ MONDAY, July 27, 1914 They spent considerable time with us looking through our large stock.

: We offered a lew suggestions and gave them some new ideas. They were
We Will Put the Reinsof ROUND TRIP FARES much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they '

r FROM thought they should want.

Success in Your After looking around in other stores to make sure that, they were doing

RFA JacksonvilleAUGUSTA the best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

Hands der with .
xs us.This
is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are

t How? with ATLANTA . 6.00 pleasing. '
By furnishing ;
s you ATHENS 6.00
e We carry an extensive stock' of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

i a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representa- ; BIRMINGHAM . 8.00 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-

r i tive call on you. He will give you a CHATTANOOGA 8.00 priation for furnishing your home may be anything from $175 toioooor more

COLUMBIA . 5.50 -you can make the most ol it with us.
; formula that will make and mature
MACON . 4.00

; i your fruit i Tickets limited to August1st

3 and are good returningon Kincaid & Snowden

any regular train within

F T nm rn r Perflhizer r Co.uJRLANDO limit., call For or write further to information Furniture ol Character at Popular Prices

A A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., A. C. L.,

JacksonvilleJ.G.KIRKLANDD.P.A.A.C.L Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando FloridaMlfcHMMIIMIMMMMIIimiMtlUMHIIlia
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: Is the Coolest Place in Orlando

MODEL THIRTY-FIVE FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR L : We have a fine Chef and serve the best

FUJXY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 1 50c meal in town.
Condensed SpecificationsWheel

base, 112 inches; motor, 3 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast :
Rooms with bath
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; I 100.

axles-front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- .
r inch brakes, internal and external; springs-rear, three-quarter : I Special rates for room and board by the '

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

y V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment: ,. ,
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
r tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit. :

J. B. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors :


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SLAVERY IN PAPUA Some men will stand on a street OPEN ALL NIGHT
I corner .for, hours complaining abouta !SALE IMHMMItMllllllllllMtj " " "tMHIMM

i Australia has put herself in'a bad pile of dirt on a paved street whenat The City Drug Store is at your service A
) fix by taking over the government of the time you can find weeds waist both day and night. Prompt,
British New Guinea, or Papua, on the high on the lot back of their own dependable, courteous. if -AT A- THE MARKETOf

great tropical island to the north of i homes.
the Commonwealth. Slavery in a I WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES BARGAINThree
subtle form has been revealed, and The Orlando Telephone company AND DO ALL KINDS OF j Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH

now kind hearted, civilized Australia has moved its main office from the OPTICAL REPAIRING

must spend large amounts of moneyto third floor of the Empire building to ten acre tracts on AND SALT MEATS
root oit this disgrace.The their new offices at 25 East Pine
secret of the trouble is largelythe street. 7-19-4t Orlando and Kissimmee road, FISH AND GAME

immense number of dialects t only two and one hall miles
Iw1 4 | Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
which the blacks of Papua speak. Are you a W. 0. W.? If not, join from the post office, Orlando.
Each village has a dialect so differ- now. Special dispensation for short Everything screened from the
Will sell one or all. The ; away flies, and kept fresh .1
ent others to amount almost .
fromythe as time. Only $6 00. Kennedy & Arn- and
L to a language. old will see you. 7-19-3t DR. L H. RAMSDELL price will double when the pure.

When jhe territory became subjectto OPTOMETRIST brick road is laid. Other ; We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
the Comomnwealth of Australia in I
1907, a system of indenturing labor Every day in the week The Senti- (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Litiu) small tracts for grove pur- everything in the Meat Line.
nel is the BEST WANT AD I t
for the plantations was introduced MEDIUM. I II I ORLANDO, . FLORIDA poses at buying values. Also

which, it i was thought, would preventthe desirable and ,
groves city PARLOR
enslaving of the ignorant natives. MARKET
White men rule in ,Papua through I property at prices that command
divisional magistrates and a native attention.
constabulary. The men of the constabulary H. M. Self & Co.

are trained, and more or
less educated. They speak many of Cooper $ Atha PINE STREET
the curious dialects of the Papuan
village communities.The 114 South Orange Ave, Ground Floor ;I Phone No. 80
government requires the i
"boys" to "sign on" their indentures Phone No. 311 ."" "iiiiMMiiiiiiiiiimiiintiiiMHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin

before a magistrate, who is supposedto

The protect magistrate the "boy's"has interests.to see that Just arrived car load :,.,)t& '. ., ,. .. ,. ,

each recruit understands where he is FORDS for immediate -
going, for how long he is indenturedand f
how much he is to be paid. There delivery.

are inspectors, too, who tour the plan- W. M. SLEMONS 2

tations see, io inspect their the welfare"boys'generally." quartersand .Get yours nowF.

If the magistrate is a clever lin- G. RUSH,
guist and a fearless, incorruptibleman
all goes well But if he cant Phone 226
New Goods
speak only one or ,two dialects, he is Arriving Daily
at the mercy of his native interpreters. -
Not, only magistrates but planters
as well are often deceived by unscrupulous ,
professional labor recruiters. .
The latter are able to have in- I
dentures signed by natives who are
really fiercely antagonistic to a three We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson Co.

years' sacrifice of their freedom. made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
The result is desertions from the
plantations, regular slave hunts, by Boys' Suits, "Lord'Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towet. .

the native police, and the punishmentof Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
blacks for breaches of contracts .
into which they have never know- ta: Co. Best place in the city to trade.
ingly entered. All this can happen
r under the sway of a perfectly honest,
incorruptible magistrate.
Accounts of cases where native police '
threatened men with the destruc- W. M.: SLEMONS

tion of their villages if they refused 'II III (I.I I. I I h
to sign .on a term of years; of the
actual handcuffing of many "boys" mIIrn.umIIImIrnImemImwmmmmmn.t I
who declined to quietlyat
come away' I ; I N dhi 1N+u
the bidding of recruiters and of l ii lyul J' IIYI p wuu4.rrl,1l

the capture of the entire able bodied
males of one village have just, been
made public in Melbourne. t iUlUlllmW

r In these cases, however, the magis- tw I
trates were in league with the re- ,1tt.I""ttttttttnttttn I I LI OI =mmmmmmmm.
cruiters. One magistrate! told "boys"
they would be put in jail for three I ,\" ," ', .
ii Low Round RatesFROM
years if they did not sign. A magis- Trip
trate has just been dismissed after a JACKSONVILLE

trial at Port Moresby and the official SuUta . J37.75 cw,. . $43.50 CodssaU $33.01 "Starve the Fly"
heads of others are likely to fall Diner . SUO St. rail . 5C.7S LniniDI31.5..
.... .. . 11.50 KatsriDe .' 21.40
Ii I c.a. s. | 51.1. Dihts -
!j I Sat lB.cot 71.W Wiaaiptg...... 7C7S Ensnils - 32.25. That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
Tenste 4UO IsiastpoEs 31.3.'utIaM
TtOewitsM * 71. -
BUNCOED AGAIN"I . 10MO Mntml . 5545 fruc Lick . 35.20 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
l SeaItJe . 1..... testify . S1.5 T.... .41.I1
1 ....AareIeI . U.50 Maduase - 53." Dmt. - 43.50 That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
would like to get a warrant fora CIaciIr Su Frucaca Perk .. .> S2.7S t M Bafimle4740 Magus hi!. .47.40 OuUtqta Musutk Csn- -- 30.90 47.40 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything; clean, meals on
man for obtaining money
Low rates to other points in Colorado.California Canada Minnesota. time and properly cooked.
false pretenses, announced the an- I .Michigan,the Great Lakes and Rocky Mo wtains. Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
Cincinnati low rates from other points in the State.
gry man, according to the I I Tickets on sal daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
Enquirer. 1 I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
"What is the trouble?" asked the' ';z
I 1,, LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. 'would not cook right; now starve it -don't feed it any more wood.
clerk."A. '1' Going through St Louis returning through Chicago, Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
fellow sold me a half interest in or nee rem. Liberal stop.o.enonalltickets.
a petticoat factory," replied the an- 4 TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
through train daily;choice of three different
gry man. routes.
"Well, what is the matter with
pet- -
/ ---- } r Three daily trains to the; southwest through New
ticoats?" asked the clerk. 2.1 Orleans. Unexcelled doung car semce. Fact tune. Orlando Water & LightCompany
Rock ballast. No dust. No dirt. For handsome illustrated
"There ain't no such animals," replied I booklets of summer tourist resorts rates sleep
log car reservations and other information address
the angry man. ..
_____ AJ H. C. BRETKEY, Gas Department

Up to date painting, etc., III n.w.P.-.v AaIIf.
-- --
is the kind you want Were to get 13ILitlaSh.st, ;;=:KWSIIMVIIIIUUI= =4
That's 7AEIIIYa] .ILL
it? easy, phone 631. W. T. U
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Continued from page 1)
constructed by a succession of em
ployes of the Figaro.

1 rJi yAJ Charles Giraudeau, a reporter;
A Henri Rouleau, a messenger, and
Jean Cercle, 'a telephone operator,
related portions of their experiences.
o They said Louis Voisin of the adver-
tising department, was talking with
KEPT Henri Honore, an artist, and Edouard
I Masson, in the room where Mme. cn

CHECKING ACCOU1 Caillaux was waiting to see Cal. ? 'bs

! mette."We never mentioned Caillaux," i..; C;nr( Statement .
said Voisin
"as she said yesterday. : "
Mme. Caillaux here interposed, ;. : :
whether saying "I one wish of his to friends ask M.did Voisin not ;. : Just issued by order of the Comptroller of. the III I IiU. I I

, Household Management say, 'Is the sheet ready?' and whether S. Currency, shows I
M. Voisin did not answer, 'We :

L\ is put on a more satisfactory and have morrow.a 'great" paper on Caillaux to- : Deposits June 30, 1914 $378.286.00:> i % : iIIi1i: ;:

businesslike basis "That is absolutely false," said .
by having
q a Voisin."I Increase, since our last pub

:i checking account. heard Voisin say to his friend," : fished statement, March 4, ,

The time and it will persisted Mme. Caillaux, "'It costs 1914, f'J.I S'J,535 :
dear but we are letting loose the .
save you will amount to consid hunting dogs on all sides.'" :
erable. Honore was called and denied that Increase in past ( J ;3j399!l <<; .
Caillaux had been mentioned and H 12 months, @l lI -
Masson's deposition was read to the ; t.
Your account subject to. check same effectLouis i ..'. ...\.'.. :.

% is invited. Latzarus, another member of : r THE REASON .
the Figaro staff, gave a vivid descrip- .

The State Bank of Orlando laux tion of shot the Calmette.scene when Mme. Cail- j}" For our continued growth is known to our :' . .

Latzarus said he heard shots and \, depositors. Are you one of them, yet ? ; ..'<..,: ...... .:;
ran to Calmette's room, where Cal-
mette had sunk in a state of collapsein ft; li* : tt
a chair. M. Sirac, he said, was
... holding a woman by the wrists. She ':, . .' . . -. .. ..,. . -c ,
cried: ._ .' ., . .. ". .... : .
"Let me go! I am not going to ': ... .:. ., .. .. -.. ' .. .d .. ... fi'Tow."My
escape." > : :. 'j :: h'> -:;
I Sirac then let her said the wit- :0" .
go .
ntss, and she stood_ near: the_ door : !: .!.... ...' .. '... . ..:.'. '... . ., .'...... .. ..(..I..-,:.. D:.; t: .'.;. 'JJJ0 ....., ) : 0"-1';:
S clear eyed and with her face neither :. : : -;: : .. : :.' . : .:. ". ,. :.-- :
., .
& yur. & j/ t pale nor flushed. She seemed untroubled -
., : 1c
quickly gathertd by the fifteen around her.editors who ( : . ..-' :'.. ... .:;.,.\... ....: <:.'.::;:(>:;:.'.>::'X :: ..."" :

"She began to speak," said the wit- -
I ness, "saying: 'Since there is no jus-
tice in France-.' 'Shut your mouth,' I pockets are empty. I have JEALOUS LOVER KILLED MISTRESS I monthly from her husband, in letters
We sell tr e best of the many systems in said one of the editors. 'After what I nothing more." urging her to return, and friends said
have done, In answering to questions alludingto today she had decided to stop seeing
use. The I-P line is the most satisfactory you keep quiet. I
"'I was not speaking to you,' said' her calmness after the shooting, Los Angeles Cal., July 21.-Fears Haag.
is for small or pocket sizes, and fillers are
Mme. Caillaux." Mme. Caillaux said: that Mrs. Edna Sykes, twentynineyears When he called at her residenceand
sold in every town in the U. S. Moore line Latzarus admitted he had talked "All the world knew that night the old, would return to Norcross, learned that she was asleep he

of ledgers for store and office use is handy, about the Caillaux campaign many I condition of M. Calmette except myself Ga., and effect a reconciliation with burst into her bedroom and shot her.
times with Calmette, adding: and I did not know until' the next her husband, a banker there, is be- Disposition of her five year old
and economical. Covers and fillers
simple "My chief said he had diplomatic day that my action was irreparable." lieved by her friends to have led to son, Leon, awaits advices from the
for your especial need always in stock. documents important enough abso- her death yesterday at the hands of father.
lutely to crush Caillaux." Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Robinson and Charles H. Haag, a contractor, who ,
W. S. BRANCH, After Calmette had printed the baby daughter, of Jacksonville, are killed himself. Duval county is about to give birthto
"Thy Joe" letter, according to Lat-I visiting Mr. C. B. Robinson, on Gore Mrs. Sykes recently filed suit for a million dollar bond issue for ,

e TtekArcafe. Book aid Music Store zarus, he remarked: avenue. divorce but was said to receive $150 good roads.

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=r : FJ. BOARDM.AN'S reOnce S1llghtor Sale


; 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

I 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

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


$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

; ... .. .. . $2.50 $2.50 to $3.00 Pants, now . . . . .
$4.50 to $7.00 Dresses, now $1.50 choice for $1.00 Monday, 90c Tuesday, 80c
+ $2.00 styles now . . . . .. . . . $1.50
Others,' . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1.00 $1.50 to $2.00 Pants, now . . . . . $1.00 Wednesday, etc. while they last.
$1.50 styles, now . . .. . . . . . $1.20
.. ....'. Work Pants all kinds . . . . .. 90c
LADIES WAISTS 0 $1.00 styles, now . . . . . . . . Sac

$3.50 to $.1.00 Waists, now ... . . . $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 new, up-to-date styles.
4 $1.00 to $1.25 Waists, now .. . . . 50c I esse THEY MUST GO are Mens Felts, broken lines, any of them at $1 \\

V. $2.00 Shirts . .. . .'. .. .. .. . . $1.25 12 l-2c American Beauty Cambric . 9c

',;" $1.50 Shirts . .. .. .. . .. . . . . . $1.00 15c Lonsdale Cambric . . . . . . lOc The finest we have at . . .10 per cent off MENS, WOMENS AND CHILDRENS
All Summer stock . . 33 1-3 cent off
: $1.00 Shirts . ... .. .. .'u. ; :: .. .. 60c Sheetings, Tubings etc., at cost per Shoes of the best and latest styles 10 percent
{ 0( All short lengths . .. . . 50 per cent 07ac if
.Shirts . . . . . . . . . . . 50c shoes into two lots. One
for the week. (short lengths not cut at these prices) off. Other put

MENS UNION SUITS lot containing shoes up $5.00 in value will be
'.: $1.50 and $1.00 now . . . .. . . . 75c SILKS sold for . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2.00

t At OneThird off shoes to $4.00 in
The other containing up
; MENS HALF HOSE Blacks in Taffeta, Peau-de-Soies, Messalines, .

value at . . . . .. . . . .. . . . $100THEY
etc. . . . ... . . .. . . 2per cent off
35 and 50c Silk Socks, now . . . . 25c LADIES HOUSE DRESSES & KIMONAS
. . . .. 331.3 cent off MUST GO
Colored Silks per
25c Lisle Socks, now.. . . . 20c $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 styles at . . 90c .


r F. N. BOARDM.A.N: 104, 106 Orange Ave.

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