Title: The morning sentinel
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079945/00388
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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 23, 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: VID00388
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
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Other version: South Florida sentinel
Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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People's National Bank Designated Senate Committee Does Not Care

TROLLEY BBJjEF Nf D-ON as Depositary of Govern- Hear Former: President Recite to.. OWNERSHIP[ flbARO Drnlm

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HIGH SPEED WHEN HEAVY Washington, July 22.-The following Washington, July 22.-( a1.- PRACTICED WITH PISTOL BE
Florida banks have been desig- FOREIGN CREDITORS BRINGING REVOLT IS NEAR IN ST. PETERS- Senator Stone, chairman of the sen-
nated United States PRESSURE TO BEAR AT WASHINGTON BURG AND DISTURBANCES ate foreign relations committee, today -
AND REPORTED informed former President Roose-
TWO MORE WILL DIE John Burke as depositaries of public velt that his committee didn't care to TERS BETWEEN NEWSPAPERS
f money of the United States: have him appear before it to give his -
First National bank, Tampa; Exchange version of the Panama canal revolution Paris
Bridgeport, Conn., July 22.-Spe-( France, July 22.-Politics
ciaL-Four children are dead and National bank, Tampa; Atlantic I in Colombia, or anything con- was the predominating factor todayat

two dying and forty girls and boys National bank, Jacksonville; Washington, July 22.-(Special.)- St Petersburg, Russia, July 22.- cerning the acquisition of Panama by the trial of Mme. Henriette Cail-

lie in Bridgeport and Norwalk hos- Barnett National bank, Jacksonville; American armed intervention in Hay- Conflicts between the police and Cos- the United States. Senator Stone laux, wife of the former premier, for

pitals more or less seriously injuredas Florida National bank, Jacksonville; ti i will come within a week if orderis sacks and the strikers occurred todayin said Roosevelt's plea to be heard in the murder of Gaston Calmette, editor -

the result of a head-on collisionof First National bank, Bradentown; not restored. Captain Russell, of various parts of the Russian capital opposition to the Wilson-Bryan of the Figaro. Suggestions of

the Church Mission picnic car witha First National bank, Fernandina; : the battleship South Carolina, now at and the rattle of rifle firing was treaty, offering to pay twenty-five foreign influence in shaping the pol-

beer car on the Connecticut com- Citizens'' National bank, Fernandina; Cape Haytien, has notified all con- frequent. Numbers of police and million for the canal route, would interest icy of Le Figaro, and controversyover

pany's trolley line six miles out of first National bank, Gainesville; cerned in Hayti that marines will be strikers are known to have been the committee more if Roose- the possession by M. Calmetteof

this city tonight Florida National bank, Gainesville; landed to bring about peace if orderis wounded but the list of casualties is velt were not offering evidence of supposed valuable state documents

The collision occurred on a sharp Gajnesville National bank, Gaines- not restored by the end of this not a heavy one. something that happened years ago, figured prominently in the proceed-

{ curve while both cars were going at ville; First National bank, Key West; week. Secretary Daniels estimated Barricades were erected by the and that if he really had any argu- ings.

a high rate of speed. There were Island City National bank, Key West; that 1,000 marines will be availablefor strikers on Flugoff street, but the po- ment to offer he could put it in writ- Georges Prestat, a brotherinlawof

I fifty children and their parents first National bank, Madison; Ocala Hayti. Captain Russell reportedto lice charged and captured the obstructions ing and submit it to the committee. the murdered editor, and chairmanof

4 aboard the excursion car returning National bank, Ocala; People's Na- the department today that five without loss. Similar| Roosevelt in a letter to Senator Le Figaro company, emphaticallydenied
tional bank, Orlando; American Na- hundred rebels attacked Cape Hay strikes are reported from Odessa, Stone today asked to be
home from a church outing when a permission on the stand that Le Figaro
tional bank, Pensacola; Citizens' and tien early this morning but were Reval, Baku and other cities.
heavy beer car tore the wooden frame re many heard before the committee to makea had been in the pay of foreign banks.
People's National bank, Pensacola, pulsed by the federals. The trains on the Finland railroadwere
full statement of what he
excursion car into bits, hurling the exactly The Germans, he said, had never held
and National Bank of Commerce, run today under military escort. did concerning the canal while he
children twenty feet or grinding them was the majority of the shares as had
under the wheels. Pensacola. Washington, July 22.-Recurring Just outside the capital a passen- president, and to answer any ques- been alleged
revolution in Hayti, threatening tremendous ger train on the coast line to Finlandwas tions the committeemen desired to
While M. Prestat
property losses, led to renewal held up by strikers and the pas ask. was testifying M.
CUPID ON JOB AGAIN IN PRESIDENTS ARRAN1A mm[ [ IPS[ of discussion today in adminis- sengers all driven out of the cars. Caillaux came from his seat among
OFFICIAL FAMILY the witnesses and stood closer to the
tration circles over the possibility of The strikers, who numbered 300,
SITUATIONDeclares American intervention. Small hope then proceeded to cut down telegraph CRIMINAL COURT ADJOURNS bar in order to hear more distinctly.
Washington, July 22.-Specia1.-) was held that the Haytians wouldbe poles and raise obstructoins on the Maitre Chenu, counsel for the Cal-
Washington society is momentarily mette heirs, M. Prestat's
on -
able to their tracks. '
put own governmentin THE[ TERM[
expecting the announcement of the testimony, said:
No Nation Need Far: Indis ; order. The situation had reached A detachment of Cossacks and gendarmes -
it engagement of Attorney General Me- "I will add that it does not becomeM.
such a stage that, under European arrived quickly on the scene
Reynolds and Miss Lucy Burleson, criminate Vengeance Against pressure, a movement of the Guan- and drove off the wreckers.At Sentence of H. F. Hobson Suspended Caillaux to come here and endeavor -
the daughter of the postmaster generaL Federals to soil the which his
tanamo marines into Hayti was a Riga the strike movement was grave
fix the for Pending Appeal and Bond "
Reports wedding wife made.
possibility.State reported to be spreading and it was '
this autumn. Miss Burleson is highly Washington, July 22.-Secretary department officials declinedto said that 40,000 men in that city have Fixed at $5,000 Then followed an exciting scene.

accomplished, and strikingly beau- Bryan's appeal to Carranza and Villato say whether foreign representations struck while in all parts of the em- Many of those in the court rose from

tiful. Although 21, she has not yet eliminate personal differences that had advanced to the point where pire thousands were reported to have The criminal court of record recessed their seats and shouted "Bravo!"

made her formal debut in society. might exist between them, was inter- American action in 'Hayti was demanded -' left their employment. yesterday afternoon until the while others hissed and murmured

preted in Washington today as the to force some control of the The street car service in the Rus September term after one of the until Judge Louis Abanel was obligedto

American government's preliminarystep Island government's finances that sian capital was suspended today. longest sessions held in some time. call the court to order with a severe -
OVER to prevent counter revolts' after would insure liquidation of its obli- The employes of the Central Street I Pending the result of an appeal to reprimand.M. .

the entry of Carranza into Mexico gations.If Railway company joined in the gen- I the supreme court the sentence of Caillaux, in a state of excited

CONTINUES City. The appeal to Carranza was intervention were ordered in eral strike called by the workmen as H. F. Hobson to five years in the agitation, exclaimed:

'communicated through John R. Silli- Hayti, it was suggested that the a protest against the drastic meas- i state penitentiary was suspended yes- "Since I must take notice of what

man, President Wilson's personal rep- United States would attempt to establish ures of authorities against strikers. terday and bond fixed at $5,000. This this lawyer has said I will ask him

i England Trying to Find Way Out of I. resentative, who left Monterey to accompany a financial trusteeship over the Workmen in many trades have joinedin bond will probably be made Saturdayand if he will take personal responsibilityfor

Home Rule Muddle Without a the revolutionary chief to republic by which American officialsnot the movement and it was estimated Hobson released. The appeal to his words?"

Revolution in Ireland Tampico. An early answer was ex only collect taxes, but also would this morning that 200,000 men had the higher court will first ask that Another sensation was caused by

pected. require proper appropriation of the laid down their tools. Hobson be released on the ground of this exclamation and loud "Bravos!"
for M. Caillaux heard all
London, July 22.-The crisis Conferences over the transfer of :f ands. former jeopardy. If this motion is were over
over the court. When the noise had
the Irish home rule government to the constitutionalists Representations that Hayti credit I denied a new trial will be asked. some-

everything 'else question in public overshadowed probably will not take place until was good and that the government POSTOffiCE SITE WAS SElECTED Only two cases were disposed of what"I take subsided the Maitre entire Chenu responsibility.You replied:.

interest in the British Isles today. net week. had met international 'obligations, yesterday, both being colored men.
YESTERDAY[ [ can not menace me here. You
When the representatives of the lib- Hope for agreement between the have: been made to President Wilson One was discharged and the other doubtless do not know the temper of

erals, Conservatives, Irish Nationalists contending factions was renewed here by Minster Menos. convicted of breaking and enteringand the whom address."
that Carranza had Plans for mobilizing at least 1,000 sentenced to serve six monthson you
and Ulster Unionists arrived at today by reports
Mme. Caillaux Practiced With Pistol
marines within distance of Inspectors Look Over a Number of
had that "no nation striking the county roads.
Buckingham palace this morning to given assurances Georges Fromentin sales clerk in
Hayti and the Dominican republic, Locations and Will Make Their a
need fear
continue their conference with a view an takingof the store where Mme. Caillaux
to a pacific settlement of the Ulster vengeance against the federals." will move forward another step tomorrow Recommendation CAPTAIN OF MONROE CHARGED purchased the with which she
with the arrival of the naval
problem, they found an enormous The case of each man, it was said WITH COWARDICENew killed Calmette was called.

crowd assembled in the great open Carranza told representatives of the 1 transport Prairie at Guantanamofrom Postoffice Inspectors F. J. Pulsi- Maitre Chenu said: '+

space before the gates of the palace. Washington government, would be Vera Cruz. phee and C. Fleming were in the York, July 22.-(Special.)- "Mme. Caillaux did not say when
The Prairie will the full
Having disposed of the preliminaries disposed of "according to the procedure bring com- city yesterday morning and inspecteda In a sensational sworn statement be- she loaded the pistol."
of officers for the marines
of the conference at yesterday's of civilized countries which have plement number of buildings that owners fore Steamboat Inspector White, "As soon as I got into the motorcar
formal meeting, when King George passed through a similar stress of already at Guantanamo, and will remain have signified a willingness to rent First Officer Guy E. Horseley, of the before I could forget Fromen-
I there to transport the force to
addressed the assembled statesmen, civil war." Hayti should arise for postoffice purposes. All the of-I(I ill-fated steamship Monroe, today tin's explanations," replied the pris-
the conferees arrived today, preparedto an emergency fers will be submitted to the depart- charged that Captain Edward E. oner.
while the Hancock is
tackle the crux of the problemthe Labor: Leaders Held for transport away ment but the location recommendedby Johnson left the ship in the first life "I had never fired a pistol but I

exclusion of Ulster from the action Agua Prietta, Sonora, Mex., July more troops. the inspectors will be chosen in boat that got away when the Monroewas had hunted with my husband. I

i of the Irish home rule bill, and .-Twenty labor leaders ordered deported BASEBALL RESULTS all probability.The rammed and sunk by the Nan- bought a gun at the same place."

the means of carrying out this exclu- from Cananea because of alleged crowded condition of the pres- tucket on January 30th off the Vir- Another gunsmith's employe said
sion. The conferees were in sessionan ginia Capes. It was indicated in the
activity in the strike at the National League ent location makes it of importancethat Mme. Caillaux had practiced in the
hour and a half today. The claimsof the postoffice be moved before testimony that Captain Johnson left range under the store. Three of her
mines and smelter of the Cananea Chicago 4, Philadelphia 2.
the two opposing Irish parties, led the winter season comes on, and the without even committing the sinking six shots struck a target the size ofa
Consolidated Copper company are Pittsburg 0-2, Boston 14.
by John E. Redmond and Sir Edward department will doubtless make an vessel to the care of the officers who human figure.
here under surveillance while
St. Louis 2, Brooklyn 1.
Carson, on the question of Ulster ex- early choice. remained aboard. Mme. Caillaux:
Sonora officials are at a loss to determine Cincinnati 1, New York 4.
clusion were presented. As neither and "I tried the at the
where to send them. The American More than forty passengers pistol solely request -
the Nationalist nor the'UlsterUnionist men were denied admission to the League NINE CARS OF BRICK NOW EN members of the crew met death. of the employe. He wanted me
leader possesses plenipotentiarypowers Philadelphia 3, Cleveland 0. ROUTE There was also testimony to show to be sure I knew how it worked.
United States by the immigration authorities -
however, these claims must Boston 5-6, St. Louis 3-2. that no attempt was made to clear Yves Delbos, editor in chief of Le
and were brought here to I
be submitted to the consideration, of be held until the problem of their Washington 5, Chicago 9. City Clerk Carl Jansen yesterday away the life rafts lashed to the Radical, related that he had met

their respective party caucuses at destination is solved. New York 3-8, Detroit 15. received the bill of lading of three deck. Mme. Caillaux on the day of the

each stage, so that the progress of] Federal League more cars of brick for the street paving shooting. He said "she seemed depressed -

the conference necessarily may be de Rumors that they might be exe- Brooklyn 9, Chicago 3. making nine cars now en route. MEMPHIS GUARDS AGAINST and aged and was like a beaten -
cuted are not credited here.
liberate. Pittsburg 2, Indianapolis' 1. The first shipment of six cars is PLAGUE hunted thing.

John Redmond and John Dillon, as Buffalo 6, Kansas City 3. daily expected and as soon as they I I Mme. Louisa Mesagne-Estradere,
they left the palace and passed along CURRIE APPLICATION FOR BAIL Baltimore 5, St Louis 0. arrive the work will begin. As to Memphis, Tenn., July 22.-Spe- formerly society editor of Le Figaro,

the sidewalk in front of Wellington POSTPONED Southern League where the first paving will be laid cial.)-When the steel constructedself testified she had dined in company

Barracks, received a great receptionfrom I everything depends upon the sewer I propelling barge John H. Bar- :, with Mme. Caillaux about two

the men of the battalion of I The hearing on the habeas corpus Mobile 4, Memphis 3. connections. Commissioner Johnson nard, from New Orleans, with a thou- months before the shooting. She con-

Irish guards stationed there. The : proceedings in behalf of D. W. Cur- Atlanta 4, New Orleans 1. yesterday said it was not certain that sand tons of lumber aboard for St. tinued:

soldiers crowded to the windows of rie, scheduled for today at Jacksonville Birmingham 11-0, Chattanooga 113. the first paving would be done on Or- Paul, arrived at Memphis this after- I I "Mme. Caillaux said :Mme. Guey-

the barrack rooms, cheering wildly have been postponed owing to Montgomery 7, Nashville 6. ange avenue. noon, city health officers: refused to dan, the former wife of :M.: Caillaux,

and waving their caps. an error in the order of Judge Per- South Atlantic League permit it to land, fearing bubonic was going from one newspaper officeto

kins transferring the hearing to Savannah 3, Jacksonville 0. THE WEATHER plague rats might come ashore. Only another hawking letters againsther.

Latest popular music at Curtis & Judge Gibbs. A later date will be Columbus 7, Columbia 0. two men on board the craft were allowed I tried to reassure her by say-

O'Neal's. If we do not have your favorite set when the attorneys for Mr. Currie Albany 3, Charleston 0. Florida: Local rains Thursday and on shore and they were under ing that my information was to the

we will order it. hope to secure his release on bail. I I Augusta 6, Macon 1. 1 Friday. guard for two hours. (Continued on page

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

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

i 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 \

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

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J $7.50 to $10.00 Dresses, now......... $3.50 $too to $5.50 Pants, now ........... $3.00 $3.00 styles, now .................. $2.25 Not many LADIES left, but SUMMER what we have HATS take r
......... .......... your
: $1.50 to $7.00 Dresses, now $2.50 $2.50 to $3.00 Pants, now $1.50
.................. choice for $1.00 ,
'Ji j Others, .......................... $1.00 $1.50 to $2.00 Pants, now .......... $1.00 $2.00 styles now $1.50 Wednesday, etc. Monday 90c Tuesday, SOc
Work Pants all kinds ............. 90c $1.50 styles, now .................. $1.20 while they last.
k LADIES WAISTS $1.00 styles, now ................. S5c
{ $3.50 to $1.00 Waists, now .......... $2.00 LADIES SKIRTSAll HENS HATS
.7 $1.50 to $3.00,Waists, now ......... $1.00 Ladies Skirts will be sold at half price or Not half a dozen old styles in entire stock. Mens Straws .
r $1.00 to $1.25 Waists, now ......... 50c less. THEY MUST GO All are new, up-to-date stles. half price
Mens Felts broken lines, any of them at $1

i $2.00 Shirts ..................... $1.25 121.2c American Beauty Cambric.. 9c DRESS GOODS r
$1.50 Shirts ....................... $1.00 15c Lonsdale Cambric ....... ..... lOc The finest we have at ......10 per cent off MENS, WOMENS AND CHILDRENS
$1.00 Shirts ...................... 60c Sheetings, Tubings, etc., at cost All Summer stock..... 33 1-3 per cent off
75c .Shirts ....................... 50c All short lengths ......... 50 per cent. off Shoes of the best and latest styles 10 per
1J for the week. (short lengths not cut at these prices) cent off. Other shoes put into two lots. One
MENS UNION SUITS lot containing shoes up $5.00 in value will be
k $1.50 and $1.00 now ......eo...... 75c MISSES AND CHILDRENS DRESSES SILKS sold for .......................... $2.00
} At OneThird off
r r' MENS HALF HOSE Blacks in Taffeta, Peau-de-Soies, Messalines, The other containing shoes up to $4.00 in
35 and SOc Silk Socks,now ..,. ...... 25c LADIES HOUSE DRESSES & KIMONAS etc. ..................... 25 per cent off value at $1.00
25c Lisle Socks, now .............. 20c $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 styles at ..... 90c Colored Silks.......... 33 1-3 per cent off THEY MUST GO f




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St. Petersburg, July 21.-Serious out by people who want to get rid oft :
Washin*, July 21.-The' fight strike disturbances broke out todayin I
over Presiopbt Wilson's nominationsto St. Petersburg, where 100,000 ;HllimiillllillllltMIMMMMMHIMIIMMl; IIIIIIIIe

the federal reserve board took on workers have laid down their tools in A Seattle man has discovered mice :

renewed activity today when ThomasD. a protest against the measures of the with wings. Bats do give that im- : THE 1

Jones, of Chicago, replied to the authorities against demonstratingstrikers. pression. )iI: GRAND THEATRECOOLEST "
adverse report of the senate banking I, ,

committee on his nomination. The The Cossacks were mobilized in the An aviator's greatness lies not in'' I I l ; 1;

t minority which supports him at once Viborg quarter to disburse the strikers being: first to do great stunts, but :

began working on its report. Whenit who i indulged in much stone in being able to do them a second i :

is presented to the senate later throwing and also fired some revolver time. ; I II SPOT IN THE TOWN
this week a vote may be forced. shots. The troops succeeded in clear- I:

White House officials heard unoffi- ing the streets without resort to ballets OPEN ALL NIGHT 111111111111111111111111111111111ITODAY

cial reports that Senator O'Gormanand as a couple of rounds of blank

Paul.M. Warburg, another of the I cartridges proved sufficient to rout The City Drug Store is at your ser- ,
president's contested nominees, had a the demonstrators at least temporarily. vice both day and night. Prompt I
dependable, courteous. tf ,
conference at White Sulphur Springs, Several of the strikers were hurt

W. Va., to bridge over the difficulties during the disorder. DRESSMAKING
between Mr. Warburg and the bank. Late in the morning the strikers

ing committte before which he has made a raid on the street cars, driving .Plain and fancy dressmaking and I "The Mystery of Wickham Hall. A big spe-

refused to appear. No word had been out their occupants, overturningthe ladies' tailoring. Prompt deliveryand cial feature in three big parts A picture worth seeing.
received from either Mr. Warburgor vehicles and disregarding the orders satisfaction guaranteed. Cheney

Senator O'Gorman. of the police to disperse. building, upstairs. Phone 443.
Members of the banking committeehere
denied connection with any effort STATE NEWS NOTES 7152m. "Sophie of the Films." You know what that

to induce Mr. Warburg to changehis -

mind and appear before the committee (From the Gainesville Sun.) WHERE TO SPEND YOUR VACATION means.

but they thought it probablehe
would be induced to do so inas- About seventy young men of Wau-
Come to the Nautilus Casino at
much as Senator O'Gorman has pro- chula enlisted in a military company
Seabreeze-the coolest spot in Flor- THAT ORCHESTRA
fessed to be in favor of his confirma- which was formed there and they ida-to spend your vacation. Perfect .
tion. were mustered into the Florida bathing houses and beach. Fresh
National Guard. water showr. New woolen bathingsuit
and room, 25 cents. For men
GENEVA JOTTINGSMrs. and women. & CHILDREN 5c. :- ADULTS 10c.TOMORROW"Another
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The news that a street car line is Casino open to the public free. .
R. Q. Gresham is visiting her to be constructed from Bartow to Dancing three nights a week on the
daughter, Mrs. Charlie Chilson, of Tampa has leaked out and it has con- largest and best floor in the South. of those
Music by the Crystal orchestra. Reg- Lasky all-star >
Paola. firmation from a reliable source. ,
ular street car service from Daytonato
Mrs. George Matthews is visitingher The line will be put into operation the Casino. 7184wMIMIIIIIIillMMimM |S productions, presenting Dustin Farnum in "Soldiers of C

brother in St. Augustine. by the phosphate interests. "
Rev. Stone filled his appointmenthere I I I '1 I : Fortune, in six big reels.

Sunday, preaching two very The oyster business in Dade county i j i

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Quite a number of Geneva folks attended acres of Biscayne oysters. Several THE[ NEW[ GRAND 11I111111111I11111I11

the quarterly meetign in Ovie- other growers have obtained permits p
do Saturday and Sunday. from the State and will engage ex- WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES \

There is on exhibition at Geiger perts to do the planting.A HOTELAbsolutely AND DO ALL KINDS OF

,j Bros.' store a pumpkin weighing 78 I I OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR. NeYorkallReThrll$55.$ 00 I
t pounds. It was grown by J. Foster. serious break has been discoveredin -- i n
Allison at Bear Gully Homestead, the bridge over the Bayou Texarin
near Geneva. This is "some pump- Pensacola. The paving is under- First ClassRooms I

kin." mined and a bulkhead will be builtto

Mrs. Nicholson is visiting her protect the street from a cave-in. with bath, hot I

daughter, Mrs. Tillie, of Sanford. This work will be rushed to comple- and cold water. I
Mrs. Long, of Chuluota, is visitingher tion. Open year round. ,
daughter, Mrs. Dan Hart, of this

place. Lightning played a curious trickon Summer rates through L H. RAMSDELt
Only Line From Jacksonville
Miss Vera Howard is visiting Miss cake family of A. H. Brigham, in August and September. ;

Marie Daniels. Miami, when the bolt struck the OPTOMETRIST

Miss Cora Lee Tills, of Sanford, chimney, went down to the first floor, ORLANDO, FLA. I II (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Lakini) -

is spending a few weeks with her jumped to a wire, then to a pipe 7-23-lm ; ..
ORLANDO, FLORIDA Fare Includes Meals and
aunt, Miss Bobbie Nicholson, here. which led to a well in the back yard, I t.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.\ Accommodations
Quite a number of Geneva people killed five chickens, and muddied the

enjoyed a fish fry on Lake Harney water in the well. Members of the Tickets on Sale Until September 30th,
Monday.On family felt the shock but were not I
Friday afternoon Miss Marie jniured. r }j and Good Returning From New York up

Daniels entertained a few friends in III !' to and Including October 31st. Ships

honor of little Miss Vera Howard. C. P. Cooper, a deserter from the IIM ilI Scheduled to Sail Tuesdays, Thursdays

Several interesting games were U. S. Army, was arrested in -Pensa- Saturdays at 2:00: P. M.
played, after which delicious ice calo by Deputy Sheriff Byrd. Cooper

cream, cake and candy were served. deserted from the army about two i For Further Particulars Apply to
All tie little folks departed at five years and a half ago and was caughtin

o'docas happy as larks. Holmes county, but escaped by
Qiite a number of young folks en- jumping a train. He was arrested eq H. G. WENZEL, Fla. Pass. Agent

joye a "pilau" at the hall Thursday again in Gadsden county, but escaped

for his trouble.
get $50 !!
The idea of the Herald that the .
1 A tecent dispatch from Chicago city and county should publish the kLow Round Trip Rates
states that business already has be- tax on each parcel of land as well as tSf.
gun A) feel .thl upward push of the the personal tax on the property of FROM JACKSONVILLE 0\

enornfous crops to be harvested by each individual' is meeting with the a. .1n. . $37.7 Cskat . $U.58 CncbMti . .$33.00 I
the farmer this ac- Iii,, Donn . SI.M St. Nil . SC.7S Uiimlk. . 31.W
American year
approval of the masses. The little r c.len priap 51.5. Dilrt . tl3 KmriUt . 21.40
cordiijg to statements given out Tuel- fellow has ben' paying the big fellow's t IIJ Sat lak.cq rut Vims* " rus.i e JUSftOnntm
fl." Tends . 4U4 1.&_,.. . 3U.I .
day bf railway officials and car man- tax about long enough and wantsto I P.tlu4 . .10C.OO ...mal - 5S.4S Frock Lkk . KM i
. _., . TeIe4e. . 41.10 '
ufactdrers in I II Seattle 10600 Pet SI.58 it
with ORLANDOWater
headquarters or I . .
see what the big fellow is paying' '1:1: LwAiftk . mO MackoM . .5300 Detrrt 43.50
near Tiicago. Ssa Frsadsce . Sf.50 Brffab .4740 Ckirtsiqaa 47.40
now-Sanford Herald. CIacier Park . (2.7S H nra Fib 47.40 Muuotb Cm 30.90
_The traffic. department_of the Santa I Low rate to other points m Colorado California,Canada.Minne.
Fe isiied a report showing that 106- For the three months ending June I sots Michigan,the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountain Proportionally I
from other IB the State.
low rates points Co.I
627 cars have been loaded on 30th, 21,004 carloads of fruits and !, Tickets on sale daily until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. & !
the Fe and received Light 1
Jf.-eight system vegetables were shipped to market I VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT
other lines during the past out of this State, and yet there are LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC.
In the month last 1 St returning through Chicago,
coon same year thousands of people in other partsof Going through Louis
all tickets.
or vice vena. 1.iberaIltop.o't'erI OD
but 1&2,799 cars were loaded, an intreasi -
who think that
the country today
of 3.72 per cent. Burlington this peninsular is' merely a huge ; I through trains daily choice of three different
officials reported that general mer tongue of worthies sand projectinginto I routes. ElectricityGas

chandtft and miscellaneous freight; the Gulf of Mexico. When we l Three daily trains to the southwest through New
/ 'a I Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service. Fast time.
business show an increase of 4 or 5 the "t dirt. For handsome illustrated
consider the railroads, telegraph, I Rock ballast. No dust. No
per over last year. In explain- the public press and free schools innumerable ins car booklets reservations of summer tad other tourist information resorts,rates address sleep, Water Ice j jOffic
ing 1'i1t.i for putting 300 men be 'I
supposed to training
back: work in the freight car department -
people to get accurate information at ''i Florid PssMsftr Acat, :
the Standard Steel com- least about their own country, it is 4 III 134 West BeVStnst.JACKSONVILLE -

pany,the at Hammond New York, Ind.Central, announcedthat boughtmore amazing to contemplate the prodi- ( 11 1' I 4I,i l ,FUL :-.No. 18 West Central Ave.
gious mass of ignorance in these
&an 9,000 freight cars in June; United States about plain facts that
that the Illinois Central has ordered
t should be. matters of common knowl- ...0 J 1111111111111111111",11111111111111 J 111111111111. .
ill steel box and that dur-
5,000 cars, of
al classes
ing the month of June orders for edge among Telephone No. 6
16,055 new freight cars were received I Lakeland Telegram.easy lU S ll[ [ Winter Park

as against 8,154 for May. money was to find out who the ,
The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul "experts" figure as a "sure winner"
road announced that it increased the -and then to bet the other way. Sut Oldest College and Host Beautiful Grounds in Florida
working time of 2,000 men in its
we aren't in accord with the tipsteras Music Fine Arts Domestic
shops last week from College, Academy, ,
Milwaukee eight lo eight and one-half hours. to it being an absolutely sure way. and Industrial Arts, Business, Teacher's Course.Twelve "11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
Some of these days one of the "ex. heat electric fire
steam lights, -
The Mobile & Ohio, according to buildings, pro-
perts" may make a mistake and actually tection, fine gymnasium, no malaria, quarter million dollar
President R. V. will
Taylor, spend
name the winner. of music SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?'
$1,122,000 for new equipment, be- endowment. Three teachers $5,000 organ, WHERE
sides ; pending $5,000,000 for a new a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb new
fridge{across the Ohio river at Cairo, : Many property owners of Dade rooms for busines school, full banking equipment. New FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
county favor the levying of a tax of WOMEN
with FOR
Ill. The Rock Island, Illinois Cen- chemical and ph'sicallaboratories, equipped every GAINESVILLE
tral aid Chicago Northwestern have two cents an acre for publicity pur- modern device; analysis of soils, fertilizers, foods, water. TALLAHASSEE.College .

begun building with steel under poses. Preparation for engineering course. of Arts and Sciences;Normal School;

framesabout 20,000 cars. I! Lakes, boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, School School of of Art Music; Extension; School Division of Expression; Graduate: 8 Colleges and Divisions; Liberal Arts:
Though truth may lie at the bottomof Ihristian, but undenominational; expenses moderat. School: Modern Gymnasium with swimming; Law; Engineering Agriculture; Teachers.
well few anglers thereto pool; basket ball and tennis courts;new and College; Experiment Station; Extension Division
< u want yow bicycle fixed in very Scholarships available. For catalogue address modern buildings; beautiful campus; dormi- ; Graduate SchooL Ten new brick build-
hum take it to Warman's -fish. tories have all modern conveniences; new ings, besides gymnasium, swimming pool and
a Repair dining room and kitchen most hygienic in many subsidiary buildings. 61 officers instructors -
Shop. I 125tf. WILLIAM FREMONT BLACKMAN, Florida; 418 young ladies from 49 counties and assistants. 854 young men
We insure, your life and loan you and 12 states last session. nm 47 Florida count!** and 24 States and
and Normal foreign countries last session.
Every day in the week The Sentinel money on real estate at 6 per cent Ph. D LL. D., President School.TUITION Board FREE and in entrance College fees for the TUITION FREE. Board and Entrance Fees
I* the BEST WANT AD interest Guarantee Life & Loan Co., year $124.00. For catalogue write 113150 per :year. Write today for catalogue :
MEDIUM. Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla.325d&wtf. friinccM EDWARD CO RADI. President A. A. MURPHREE. President

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ik South Florida SentinelMORNING MA FRUIT TO TAMPA (Continued from page 1)
( W. S. Branch) REFUSEDWashington I effect
that Mme. Gueydan had refused
AND WEEKLY We have heard of plumbers fight- to sell the letters to Calmettefor

} J08UB FERRIS Editor and Owner. ing for the plum. What we need at July 22.-The Inter- $6,000. I know nothing of the

the present time is the correct plumb, state Commerce Commission today I I Thy Joe' letters." >
Entered at the postoffice at Orlando. Floe
tea, u Second Claw Mail Matter.SUBSCRIPTION' and that on the square, and we shall dismissed an action brought by ship-1 "Will you not give more precise l

get it, too. pers to secure reparation for alleged (testimony about Mme. Gueydan's let- EDITORIAL

Daily 1 Year ..............RATES...........15.00 * .* unreasonable freight charges on deciduous -''ters?" interrupted Mme. Caillaux.
; Daily 6 Months ....................... 2.50 It is said that practically all fruits sent during 1911 from The witness did not reply and a
t; Daily S Month ...................... L25DaSy. California to
> 1 Month ....................... .50 French ideas in the politcal world points Montgomery, moment later left the stand.
are borrowed. That's all right; theycan Ala., and Tampa, Fla. Reductions in I I

: Week!,. 1 Year ....................... 1.00 have our ideas, so they don't ask the rates complained of, however, HARRIS DECIDES TO STICK TO S
weekly 6 Months ..................... .?iTO be
H us for the loan of a V or an X. "may expected to follow the pend- JOB AS CENSUS DIRECTOR,
M * ing negotiation between the
ADVERTISERS: Washington, July 22.-William J.
the commissino in its
Senator Lodge of Massachusettshas says decision, Harris, director of the census bureau,
Copy for display and all wiher "and unless such reductions
u.tJ'tbIq .oH be handed in at the basin has made a good record in several are made has withdrawn from the race for governor -
sites of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.UN within a reasonable time the commission -j
lines but Alaskan mountain of and will
day before publication. This rule applies an 11,000 will make further Georgia continue in "RELIABILITY"Means
!.e chances for contract advertisini; it is ;feet high having been named for a examinationof his present position. Mr. Harris explained -
(audible and will be strictly adhered to. the matter and prescribe rates."
t him, he has something new to lookup [ today that while his chancesfor

Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued to. the nomination seemed to him ex
should notify the office in writing entint * SAVE MONEY BY MAKING CONc he felt he could not take an
date of expiration otherwise it will bo SECTIONS NOW
continued at the regular subscription rates It is a well recognized province of active part in>the campaign without
unto notice At This StoreIn
to is reeeied.I
I the political party in opposition to neglecting his duties here. He also
Commissioner Clark Robertson
THURSDAY find fault with the work of the party an- stated he had been urged by Presi-
JULY 23, 1914. nounced yesterday that the entire
r in power, but mere fault finding dent Wilson and Secretary Redfieldto

counts for little in the way of vote sewerage system was ready for connectio'ns remain at the head of the census referring to Webster t
Noah had a fine chance at the fliesand getting. to be made, and urged property bureau. Dictionarythe

rats but he let the opportunityget sus owners to have the work' done I word "reliable" will be found to have
at He pointed out the fact that
by. A commission has been trying to once. |LAURA SAWYER IN "A DAUGHTER
o determine the boundary line between it will cost considerable more to have OF THE HILLS, AT several definitions But all those definitions

Senator Stone told the big Bull New Hampshire and Vermont They the laterals laid after the brick paving THE LUCERNE will have just ONE meaning, and
: is down than before. If Miss Laura Sawyer will today
Moose that he needn't a connec- appear -
but that
come will not undertake to change the
he could write. tion is not made before the paving is j at the Lucerne theater in another that is "worthy of dependence or reliance -
course of the Connecticut river, but Famous Players film entitled "A
laid the city will require'a $15 cash I
e of the "
o ought to be equal to settling whichis 1 Daughter Hills. .
bond before the paving can be torn This picture is without doubt one
With Mexico west bank.
possibly off hands the
ss up, and the city will use as much as of the most beautiful pastoral dra- .
now comes,Hayti needing a little intervening -
mas ever produced, magnificently
of the $15 in relaying the
or mediation. Since Huerta has landed in Jamaica necessary staged and acted, and very spectac-
brick. The cost of relaying the brick
ular. Consider Well These
o it would not be very much ofa
can be saved by having the work done It shows how Paul the Apostle, by r
for him to land in. Florida
London has nearly twenty thousand jump now. his tender preaching, awakens the
i policemen, but the militants make but we hope the inducement to come |better nature in a Roman gladiatorand Five WordsAlmost

'em hard to find and harder to catch.o will be "few and far between." We makes him see that there are
prefer a better class of citizens, even A total of 2,243 miles of good roads other things in life worth more than
built in Florida last at and
were year a power money.
Jones goes after that place on the though they may not be as distin-' cost of $1,000,000. Half of these 'I[ Another twenty-five cent film that store
nowadays claims to
federal guished. will be shown at the Lucerne for five every
reserve board like a Florida surfaced with
were sand-clay, 857
and ten cents. There are no films
applicant at the Democratic pie coon 'were made of crushed rock, and 85 produced superior to those made by be "reliable" and while the word "reliable"has
Gold is being shipped to Europe
ter. miles were made of brick. Bonds the Famous Players Film company,
from, this country in large quanti- and no actresses who do better actingor but one meaning, that meaning becomes
o have been issued by a number of
ties. With 900,000,000 bushels of are better liked than Laura Saw-
The price of rats has been ad Florida counties to build roads and it modified or emphasized accordingto
cash wheat in the United States,
vanced from five is estimated that $3,000,000 will be ;
to ten cents each i in
golden grain will be shipped to Europe the particular store that claims it for a
Pensacola. Some high cost of dying spent for good roads this year. E
in large quantities a little lateron t
.:-for the rats. I virtue.
and gold will be shipped back to yer.McCULLOOH'S n
o Miami citizens by the hundreds visited : l
pay for it.
A mile of Hillsboro county road the new federal building which : i

; will be paved with a donation from Twenty years ago, when the con- has just been opened to the public. :

Sheriff Spencer, who returns a percentage stitution of the general federationof The building is not quite finished and : We know the store that is reliable in an
the work left to be done totals about
of his fee to the I
t county women's clubs of the United States indefinite sort of you'don't know
$9,000. It will finished about September : way-
treasury. written woman's for Store :
was appeal en- : : Department
o franchisement was regarded as emotional !! 1st and it is proposed to open : just where you stand when trading there.
IV it ,on labor day. ,The ctiizens are
What's the use of being in the rather ;than political. Conditions : Others
are fairly reliable-which
the II means
greatly pleased over
knockers' section of ,the Anvil chorus, have changed, and nothing
when the builders' committee of the could more pointedly mark the of the building. The total cost of :ii Jelly Tumblers : trustworthy up to a certain extent. Still
the building will be about $170,000.MtMMtMMMimitHIH.
V Booster club is right next door waiting change in thought and sentiment : I
others, and such stores are unfortunatelyvery
x for you? than a remark made by a leading .

o club woman at the Chicago convention Fruit Jars few, are VERY reliable-which '

;s Although the "I don't why| should
president has one : see ItIt
daughter still unwon, Attorney Gen be any discussion on pledging I the T. F. HOUR mAN means that the utmost dependence can ,

eral McReynolds has picked the support of the federation to equal Licensed Plumber and :. all kindsPieseiving be placed on the store, its promises, and
+ M daughter of the postmaster generalfor suffrage. Eight million women are I
his bride. waiting for us." Sanitary Engineer its merchandise.

o Woman is coming into politics, not Estimates Furnished. Jobbing .

In 1664 bubonic plague killed one for what politics may have to offer i Promptly Attended to. eUles

I hundred thousand in London, the her, but for the use she can make of PHONE 629 i

rs dead lying for days unburied on/' the it in uplifting the ;individual, the I: 106 Court Street i ; In this latter class this store occupiesa
i it
: streets while the panic-stricken home, the community. One million '
pop prominent position. Absolute trustworthiness
,' ulace fled to all parts of England, women in the general federation will ORLANDO, I IFLORIDA 20 S. Orange Avenue.i i j ; -

spreading the plague wherever they make a common cause with the eight i tjllmtlMMMIHMMIMMMM ? ; is the keystone upon which our

f l went. million enrolled for suffrage. t tllMMIIiMIIMIMIIHIIitIMIIMIII
I business
was founded. We make NO
I 0
A female - - - - - - - - - - - promises the counter in advertising
employe of a Pennsylvania " , " " . .. . . . over or our -
hosiery factory put her card in
y a box of stockings wtih the request send films ? We de that we cannot fulfil.

that the finder write to her. The Y your away

finder lives in Miami and he wrote. *
them lOc Roll.McELROY'S
Hereafter he will buy the girl's stockY velop'Wh In all the thousands of dollars worth

0 PHARMACY of merchandise in the store, there is nota

Judge Call, of the United States
.: court, has decided that the Florida Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. PHONE 20. Try our Ice Cream.flllllllllilllllllll penny's worth that is not absolutely de-
t East Coast railway can not be compelled lllMMIttlllMIMMMIMMMiMlltlMltlHMIMMMflltlit pendable-sure to give perfect satisfac

: to carry out its contract with

the government to dig an eighteen tion.

7 Y foot channel in Biscayne bay to Miami MHttMMMMMtllMMMIIIimMMMItMmiMMMIMMiHMtMIMMMmiMMr

I e
I 0t And our prices are reliable-one priceto
Those Hindus who tried to land in

t Canada very promptly agreed to giveit all, and that the very lowest possible.

up when a British cruiser was dis-

c patched to the, scene. Our English ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES -

cousins don't stand for any foolish-
Commencement Day important event in the
; ness and have about as few wars as
"watchful waiting. lives of young people should receive some fitting mark Can You Afford to Shopat

<, - o of appreciation and encouragement to commemorate the

'<' I Attorney General West declares the occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of Any Other Kindof

Yt primary law is safe from Bull Moose Jewelry?

attacks, but even if Col. Anderson
should knock it out enough Demo-

' crats would write the names of the We direct the attention of relatives and friends to

nominees on the ballot to insure ;a the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this rIVES

vote in their favor of about ten to store. From the most inexpensive of this season's new-

s one. est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Dia-

o mond or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional val
f The Tarpon Springs Progressive
ues and assortment.A .
publishes a page in Greek and a man visit to our store win be appreciated and involves
has just been convicted of criminal
no obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
' libel as a result of a letter he had

published on the Greek page. For all .. \

i we know the Progressive may be libeling -

somebody every issue on that'

r The Caillaux trial is a revelation of

the methods of the French courts. I DI K ON O O.

The prisoners, lawyers, and spectators :

I speak up at will and dispute the :
statements of one another, even go-
ing to the extent of challenging to the JewelerOPPOSITE

or personal hisses combat.the witnesses The audience and lawyers cheers: DEPARTMENTAL[ [ STORr S

as fancy strikes: them. The adoption
t of French methods in American Orlando's Favorite Shopping PlaceTH

1 courts would at least make the ses-

sons more entertaining, even if the EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING
': t dignity of the court and the adminis- I :,

r." 'tatioD of justice were jeopardized. r
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: --::-H7;;?-"4 any: y i 3 d r. M r . s .

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ILANDO, FLA. Sgriii . -
Open 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. t
Special Reporter Royally Entertainedand
Admission 5 centslillllillMllliiillllttj
Declares Its No Oldlaids'
Mr. Victor Starbuck spent yesterday Camp uCi 1 ll

in Sanford on business.Mr. TODArS PROGRAMFour V UCl 11 A t. lIen's"

and Mrs. P. M. Johnson left BUYS AND SELLS Our
Reels special correspondent experi-
t Wednesday for Jacksonville. 101 Bison. "Two Little Waifs." enced much difficulty in gaining ad-

K :Mrs. Gideon Dean left Wednesdayto REAL ESTATE Lincoln J. Carter's thrilling melodrama mittance to "Camp Hope" (locatedon .. .
complete in two H -
visit her parents in Sanford. Powers Edna liaison in "Sisters," Lake Conway), as he would have

t Don't forget the Lucerne theater a heart-touching drama. trying to enter the City of Mexico.He .
Rex. Ijouis Weber in "An Old was met by an advance guard of
Friday night. Extra. It 600 south ofVin Locket.
acres -
fair damsels armed with axes, saws Show Us YourVatch
J. W. Thompson and C. A. Cole, ter. Garden and west of and a pistol (which was guaranteedto

prominent citizens of Kissimmee, Gotha, including 10 acre :MISS SEBELLE SMITH ENTERTAINED -' be harmless at both ends). After Fobs...PLEASE !
were in the city yesterday. IN HONOR OF showing his credentials, however, and

Mr. 0. L. Badger, after an absenceof ; orange grove. The en- MISS IRVINE assuring the inhabitants of the camp Summer is the time for you

a year in New York city, is in the tire tract cohered\ with most that he was a timid reporter in searchof H to have a fob, we have one in
for few his old One of the pleasant social news, he was royally received.
city a days, greeting j yellow pine timber. Two our assortment that will
events of the week Yesterday at the
friends. was the party was a gala day
miles of lake shore. Miss Sebelle Smith gave to her house camp, it being the birthday of Miss please you.
I Mr. Robert Taylor, citrus fruit I D n
guest, Miss Jean Irvine, of Lake City, Susie Magruder. The afternoon was
agent of the A. C. L, with headquarters OurVateh Chainsare
at her home on West Central avenue taken up by swimming and rowing
in Ocala, was transacting business 1111111111111111111111111.IIISS .
last evening. Five tables of hearts contests. In the swimming contest
in town Wednesday.Dr. the best made, we can
enjoyed the game for some time, Mr. the ten mile race was won by Miss
J. F. Maddox has returned from BLANCHE BARNES ENTERTAINED George Dolive winning the prize for Jennie Baas, she completing the distance furnish any kind you want-

a week's trip spent at Daytona Beach. FOR.MISS O'BERRY the highest score, a handsome silver in ten strokes. Miss Raie Har- those with 20 year guaranteeare

The doctor said that he found it very drinking cup with alligator case. ris gave a very pretty exhibition of very modest in price.

pleasant over there, but exceedinglydry. Miss Blanche Barnes entertained a Following the games refreshments, I swimming under water, a feat at
number of her friends last eveningat consisting of ice which the is
cream, cake and young lady an adept.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Phillips, Mrs. her home, 210 North Orange ave- fruit punch, were served. Misses Grace and Mary Holt proved ri Allen & Co.

Adams and :Mr. G. Curtett, were nue, in honor of her guest, Miss Rose Those present were Misses Jean themselves true oarswomen, and the ,

among the well known Genevaites O'Berry, of Kissimmee. Games and Irvine, Margaret Mulholland, Zeda way they handled the boat in a trial Jewelers

visiting the county metropolis yes- music caused the evening to pass all Bell, Shirley Montague, Dorothy Mc- race against time would make many ,

terday.Mr. too soon for the happy young people. Dowell, Pauline Nuckolls, Minna Har- of our college crews sit up and take

H. A. Brooks has rented the Delicious' refreshments were served. ris, Norma Bunch, Elbeth Mulholland, notice. Mention should be made also U Prompt Repairing.

Arcade restaurant and is having it Roxie Irvine, and Messrs. George Do- of Miss Magruder who, acting as cox- Everything Guaranteed.

renovated and placed in apple pie or- Mrs. Geo. A. Barker, who has beenill live, Nick Arington, Clarence John- swain, steered the craft with unerring

der preparatory to opening up an up at one of the local hospitals' has son, Julian Harris, Joe Ferris, Ed- skill. All three young ladies

to date place. recovered sufficiently to return W ward Hyer, DeLaney Way, Mac Butt, declare their intention of enteringthe

Mr. D. S. Bardo and daughter, Mrs. her home. Tommy Langford, Robert Lewter and international rowing contests,

A. A. Morey, leave today for ,Flint, Mr. J. F. Bozarth, a member of Richard Yowell.METHODIST when woman's suffrage comes into its

Mich., to accompany the remains of the police force, leaves today for his own.After
Mrs. Bardo, who died in this city on old home at Keenes, Ill., to take a AID SOCIETY EN- the water sports our reporter -
Tuesday evening, July' 21st. month's vacation.Mr. JOYED DAY was urged to stay and partake of [6. .CO
the birthday dinner. It was a feastfit ICO. I'.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Parker J. Caplinger, the electrician' ,' .
r for the gods. IMiss Magruder,
The Methodist Aid Society met at -------
# mIl arrive the latter part of the week is planning to move his electrical of-
the church robed in a pink creation of crepe de 1 -IMMiilMIMMMHtilMMItllltHUMMtMUMMHVEGETABLES
from Orlando, and will enjoy a brief I fice from his present location on West parlor on Tuesday, and
l after chine, presided over the table. Men-
the usual business the ladies
sojourn in Jacksonville, the guests I Church street to East Church streetin
tion should also be*made of the radiant :
of friends and relatives.-Times- the south end of the Arcade build- brought out their box lunches and nfJlJnefttl
Union. had them numbered, each lady draw- smile and flashing solitaire ,w' ,
ing.Mr. ing a 'number corresponding with a worn by the hostess (aforementioned .
Mr. H. T. O'Brien, who has been and Mrs. Shep Shine, Jr., of number on one of the boxes. Everyone solitaire is causing considerable con- :
employed by the Merck Pharmacy Jacksonville, are the proud parentsof
seemed pleased with their choice jecture in camp). After dinner Miss : AND FRUITSWe
during the past season, left Wednesday a fine boy, which arrived at their and the lunch Beulah Roney entertained with sev-

for Kissimmee, where he has accepted home in Jacksonville on July 21st joyed. The attendance was thoroughly was good en-despite eral impersonations of famous actresses t have a large supply for you to choose
a position in one of the lead- The man will be christened
young the rain and the ladies had an and also sang with much feel- from.
ing drug stores. Douglas Sheppard Shine 3rd.
enjoyable day. ing "Because I Love You. t
Mr. and Mrs. M. Kanner and Miss Mrs. Edwin W. Davis, of Orlando, All together it was a red letter day f FLORIDA LIMESBy

Anna Miller returned yesterday froma is in the city on a visit to Mrs. A. Y. in the life of our reporter and he as-
three days auto trip to Sanford, Strunk for a few days. Mrs. Davis ENTERTAINED sured us that the statement in sun- Dozen or Hundred
DeLand and Orlando, reporting a came up from her summer home at day's Sentinel that "Camp Hope" was ,

good time and roads in excellent con- Shell Island, on the gulf. She was an old maid's camp was an unpardonable GEORGIA PEACHES
Mrs. Ida Miller entertained a
dition.-Palatka Item. accompanied ly her young daughter, very mistake. ;
pleasant swimming party at the Or-
I Received
Lewis Sara.-Ocala Daily Banner. every day.
Messrs. "Big" and Robert lando Sanitarium last evening. A
Boyd were well known Orlando citizens Mr. Dave Rogers left yesterday delightful musical program was followed CAR LOAD APOPKA BIG WATERMELONS ;
transacting business in the city afternoon for North Carolina to at- hour HERE
by a pleasant in the fine
yesterday. They returned home last tend the bedside of his mother, whois swimming pool. THE SANITARY GROCERY

night, motoring through in the tat very ill and not expected to live. A car load of the watermelons

ter's car.-Ocala Star. Mrs. Rogers, whose home is in Day- raised by :Mr. Briggs, near Apopka, CARUTHERS & GORE
:Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Quigg returnedto tona, went up to the mountains for so big that no market can be found I
Phone 200
Daytona Beach Wednesday where the summer, where she was taken ill for them, was brought to Orlando 1 I
Mrs. D. S. Bardo died Tuesday 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
and lies low. Mr.: John Cook, who is
they have a cottage for the summer now very evening at eight o'clock at the homeof yesterday by
months. They were accompanied by Mr. T. R. Cadenas has returned her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Morey, retailing them about town. They are

:Miss Annie Crux, who will be the from a two months' trip in the inter- at 400 West Colonial Drive. Mrs. monsters, every one of them, and CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
f guest of the Misses Quigg.Mr. ests of the Kil-Tone company. He Bardo leaves a husband and one run from 45 to 70 pounds in weight.

and Mrs. Davis of Orlando spent most of the time out in Denver FUNERAL DESIGNSGRAND
daughter, Mrs. A. A. Morey, to mourn
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Colo., and in New York and New her loss. She had made her home in AN EXCELLENT PLACE TO STOP IIII'IIIIII"II'llllllllllllllllllllllllll'"

Laney, Swann avenue, for a week or Jersey. He said that he found it very Orlando for about three years, and "IIIII
hot in New York city and came hometo Elsewhere in today's issue of the
also have their
more. They : as guest was 70 years old at the time of her
Mrs. Laney's little cousin, Master Eu- get cooled off. death. The funeral will be conductedby Sentinel will be found the announce- "III'I"'II"IIIII'III'IIIIIII'I'III"II'lllltll l.

gene Davis, who will spend sometime Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Butler left j Rev. J. W. Stagg, at the house, on ment of the Grand hotel. The rooms I t

here.-Tampa Times. Wednesday for their home at Detroit, Thursday at 1 o'clock, and the remains are large and airy and all are elegantly !
.i VIEWNewest
Two Fords from Lakeland, contain- Mich., stopping en route at Cincin- I will' be shipped to Flint, Mich., furnished. The Grand is cen-
ing W. D. Galloway and family and nati for a few days. :Mr. and Mrs. for burial. trally located and if there is a more

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Edmundson, Butler have spent the past two pleasant or comfortable stopping
the home of Mr. Rex in this section the Sentinel is
Orlando months here at place
passed through Wednesdayon MRS. GOULD WILL MANAGE THE
the way to Daytona. They said at 312 North Main street, and liked MAGNOLIAMrs. not aware of it.

that the roads were in fine conditionall our city so well that they purchasedthe hotel in
and most up-to-date
the way except they were being 25-acre Horace Robinson tract J._ H. Gould has leased the TO OUR PATRONS AND .

repaired.Eat and make will Orlando return their in home.the early fall to Magnolia hotel, at the corner of FRIENDS: I Canton. Situated on Academy Heights.
South and Boone streets, and will as- I'

what yon want. sume the active management the that :: Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River :
Eat aiIiP1l:want Up to date painting, papering, etc., coming season. Mrs. Gould will en- We regret to announce
Take a postscript and forget it. is the kind you want. Where to get our Orland Hotel Cafe will be :
renovate the Magnolia and : One of the finest views in Wes-
For sale by all durggists. I it? That's easy, phone 636. W. T. compelled to close from Satur- ,: Valley. t
1' KWAw-lyr many improvements will be added.
r 1-20-tf
Entrican .
day, July 25th are,completed.until our improvements We- :| tern North Carolina. Open July first. :

11.11111111111111"1.,1.,111111111111111111111111111111..1. . . Ill 1.1, thank you one and all for your .. .1
'. .. HiiMllilMlllllilllilMiimilllMiillilMMIIIIIMMMiLUCERNE III I'1 liberal and would .
: patronage t
I kindly ask that while the Or-

: land Cafe is closed that you give 1 McFADYEN
I TODAYLaura : a share of your business to our MRS. J. R. ,

: L : Model Cafe, opposite the post-

I office, assuring you prompt and CANTON N. C.MMMMiiimiiiiMinmmminmMt
: courteous service at all hours, .

: day or night. .

Respectfully, .,


7-23-3t ,

"A DAUGHTER OF THE HILLS." Read the Morning Sentinel Price t: Stetson University, Deland, Fl., of-

'. 10 cents a week. fers a two year and a three year

; | Another Famous Players Film. A most beautiful production. I : course study leading to the degree
LLB. 'It the oldest' and best inFlorida.
11 Another twenty-five cent picture for five and ten cents. I : has a large body of successful -
Iumnl. Special emphasis is lAWt

DIED LAST NIGHT lAW placed on Florida Pleading and
"RELIC OF OLD JAPAN PrJctice. Its graduates admitted to

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

A very beautiful two reel Domino feature. John Bedbug and His En- : course Faculty,of law study building unsurp, law ssed.library Fall,

tire Family Term begins Sept. 25. Send for an-

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away An over dose of G. Co. nouncement for 1914.15.It :.

again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket was the cause t.IIIIIIIILIIIIIIIII'I"I"'II"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"I

of it all

First Floor, 10 Cents. Balcony 5 Cents Children 5 Cents $ FOR SALE BY GROCERYSQt. wilt pay you to let us do some T. S. Abernathy, auto livery, phone

of your printing. We do it right. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf

35c., Gal. $z.oo
Try the Sentinel Job Department. For the news, read The SentinelWADE
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: Noted of Lost. Wanted. For. Sale, Tor
The commendation of onr customers is ,the : Beat, etc. for this column 25e for one day LUMBER COMPANY.
ide for three days, or $1.00 for one week for
most credential of the value ::
convincing of.our ser- ti: word or lest. Money must acceapanj
I vice in dispensing pure drugs. ::: iuertxma the advertisement will be made fer on this credit.column U no

'I .
Narsery stock, one, two, three and
r .: four year old buds; Fester Early, r
$F. Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash.
and with doctor in getting just such ington Navel Address Mrs. M.Kahle
I.' co-operate your Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-lS-tf
::: results as will restore health and vigor. \Ve prepare Royal Cement, Agatile Plaster and Perfection Lime

I : prescriptions from any doctor and dispense FOR SALE ;
I but and standardized '
nothing. assayed drugs. II -
I tI I Georgia peaches, wholesale or retail :

: t A FEW STEPS :. fresh lot Fresh of every Georgia day.cane Also syrup have, at ,' Statement of the Condition of the

. I King's grocery store, 47 West Church :

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

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

I, come on Church treet at all. "There's a reason Nice mare, harness, wagon, buggy : At the Close of Business June 30th,1914.
and two-seated spring wagon. C. J.I I .
; t we fill so many PRESCRIPTIONS. I Ii Sweet Pine Castle Fla. 7-18-tf : RESOURCES.

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

first mortgage on one of the best Stocks and Bonds . . . . . .. .. II .. . . 26,01833
c : J. L. DEAN, Prop. Orlando, Fla. I :: farms in Orange county. Owner : Real Estate, Furniture and Fixtures . . .. . 26,637 37

. ... needs cent.money Address and will A. A.discount Bond. Chu-at 1 Cash on Hand and Due from Banks . . . . . 291,393 48
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luota, Fla. 7-18-6t
:; -- $724,185 88
FOR SALE-Befit quality heart pine : LIABILITIES.
DAILY SPORT LETTER 'was a favorite back in the Michigantown fence posts. See L N. Lewis, 406 .
i ,until he rushed into a butcher S. East street. 7-14-lmo Capital Stock 11.11. . .. .. . . . . . .. . $100,000 00
(By Frank G. Menke) 4 shop and. soaked a butcher upon the Surplus and Undivided Profits . . . . . . .. 39,961 35 f

} New York July 22.-Is Napoleon bean. Right away the whole darned FOR SALE 15 head of Jersey milk Re-Discounts .. . . .. .. . . . . . .. . . . None
Lajoie, of the Naps, slipping? Has town resented it. Ty lost his popu- cows. Jas.- B. Porter, Lake City, Bills Payable . . . . .. .. . . . .. . . . . None
Father Time at last dimmed the bat- larity instantly. The fans didn't care Fla. Deposits . .. . . . . . . .. . .. .. . . . .. 582,669 47
ting eye of the man who ever will whether he jumped to the Feds, was WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, Due to Banks . . .. .. .. .. . . . . . . 1,55506
rank as one of the greatest sluggersin traded to the Yankees, or was ship- in good condition, for Victrola and
baseball history? Is the final curtain wrecked on a cannibal island. Ty, by records. Piano may be seen at For- $724,185 88
Address P. 0. Box Oakland
soon to be rung down on this I I soaking a butcher, had, in their mosa.Fla. 2. Reserve Carried by the Bank . . . . . . $291,393 48

star of nineteen years? minds, committed a heinous crime. Reserve required by Law . . . . .. ... . 116,533 89
Detroit eat. And butchers WANTED-Couple to live on country
t These are the questions that agi- I sup- Call
place. or address, 400 West
tate fandom more than any others ply meat. What if Ty had soaked the Central avenue.WANTEDPermanent. Reserve in Excess of Amt. Required by Law $174,859 59
just now, and there is none who butcher so hard that the butcher
> doesn't hope that the batting slumpof I II would have ben laid up for several position by Deposits on June 30, 1913 . .. .. . . . $527,758 01
the veteran is but temporary and months? Horrible thought! The woman with in clerical family to and support.executive Experienced Deposits on June 30, 1914 . . . . . . . 582,669 49

that instead of his star setting soon Detroit neighborhood infested by that work and capable of handling forceof
that it will continue to blaze forth in I particular butcher would have had to people. Orlando and Chicago ref- INCREASES . . . . . . . . $51,91148 ;
I meatless. Shudders! erences furnished as to character and
the major league firmament for go
many ability. 7-19-tf The management of the Orlando Bank & Trust Co. endeavorsto
f years to come. And so rather than submit that persue a progressive but conservative policy, to be liberal? in its
But the fact remains that L joie, butcher and other meat dispensers to WANTED PARTNER, with an auto- treatment and to adhere to the legitimate lines of banking.
;; to date, has made a more miserable the danger of being soaked by the mobile, for an engineering proposi-
Accounts of all who desire the services of a well-equipped and
tion. Good profits. Address B. J.,
excitable the town has decided
showing at the bat than in Tyrus
any year I care Sentinel safely conducted bank are cordially invited.
-; since 1895 when he broke into the that it can get along without its'

a' big league and set it on fire by his baseball star. Detroit used to love DRESSMAKING-Plain and fancy :_ulimni tim:t::::*tuntuunnnnnnnnn4, : ____
terrific batting. Ty, but when the presence of Ty imperils sewing of all kinds, and work ready
t * the well being of butchers- when promised, at room No. 6, over '
Estes' drug store. Misses Keen & IMMMUmillMMMM **
;; Lajoie, according to the latest records well, bye-bye, Ty. Baldwin. OSTEOPATHY I Griffing's Trees d

is about 50 points shy of the * -- --- For Sale !
.300 mark, and he seems unable to Hughey.Jennings, who manages the FOR RENT Give ResultsOrder
"hit 'em where they ain't" as in oth- team that owns the player that DR. J. C .HOWELL your ROSES and ARBORVI-
er years. The ball no longer whis- soaked the butcher, will be dream- FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottagenear Hours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo TAES, PALMS and ORNAMENTALS -

tles from off his bat with bullet ing pennant dreams again if Smithson street, south.W. E. Inquire Stevenson's of Mrs., DeLaney Stev- extra charge for house treatment now. Office opposite P. O.GRIFFING'S j Modern 8-room ; )
speed as in the old days, and he no a southpaw pitcher whom he recently enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. Telephone connections
longer is ripping boards off the secured, performs as well for Office cor. Orange and Central Aves. : House 2 doors i :
fences with his terrific drives. II- the Tigers as he did in the minors. FOR RENT-Two office spaces in One reason:
ness may have something to do with Jennings got Smithson for $2,750 our store at No. 9 W. Church street. DR. F. C. BOARDS The most Griffings experienced are the propagaters best and : west of Wyom- : :
Come in and we will show Pierce
the slump, but many fear that Time from the Clinton, Illinois, team in Electric Co. you. 3-29-tf DENTISTBoardman in the state, and one or more : ing Hotel. Bar- : ;
has set its hand on the Cleveland the Central association. Smithsonwon of the five are always on the l

wonder and the days of his useful- six out of the ten games in TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Building ground. i | gain.A.L.Bentley. : ;
: ness as a major. leaguer are num- which he participated, losing threeof ern houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. W, H BROKAWSalesman
rY bered. the four because of miserable support 4-26-tf Office Hours:

i He secured the title "Strikeout" 830 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 Grapefruit and Orange Trees I | i j ji
the with because he struck 98 MISCELLANEOUS .
Lajoie began season a King, out
.. .. Telephone 540.
grand batting average of .351 for I natters in the ten games-an average DYNAMITING done in all its branches. I i 10 L AMELIA AVENUE | |
2,112 games, the best record ever com- of nearly ten men to a game. Clearing land is our specialty. NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet Who is your painter and decorator? : t
piled by any one over such a stretchof ass Let us do your work. Estimates potato slips at $1.75 per 1,000. U you are satisfied keep the one you '
years. Wagner, of Pittsburg, who I Crews that lose boat races, fighters L. N. Lewis 406S. Quick delivery. Cash. Apopka Plant have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, -
cheerfully given. ,
Co., Ap pka, Fla. No. 636. 1-20-tf Read the advertisements daily.
h had been in the majors 17 years up :who fail to win in championship East street. 7-14-lmo 5-24-tf
to the begining of the season, had a i fights, and golfers who fail to grab ".i'x-_ - . .
grand average of .344 for 2,282 I medals no longer need to worry First class Brazing specialty at iViVmVVMMMVmViVm tiiiiii"--1 Mill"?
games, while "Old Pop" Anson, dur- !about inventing alibis. The "experts"in Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St. .
ing his 22 years as a big league star, those particular lines are doing all
f compiled an average of .377 for 2,250 the alibing these days-and they Rubber Stamps made to order at & yur.JmMJf t
games. If Lajoie fails to finish over leave nothing undone to excuse their Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf

'; the .300 mark this year it will reducehis erroneous predictions. Job printing at the SentinelExcursion
grand average by several points, Reading the "morning after the
y but it still will be remarkable enoughto night before" story composed by an ,
stand for many years to come. Ty "expert" whose "sure winner" fin- They Were to'
Cobb and Joe Jackson have a chanceto ished among the also rans, is afford-
smash it; but will they be able to i ing the general public almost as
stand the big league pace for 18 much pleasure these days as they got -
years? And if they do, can they through the medium of a minstrel VIAAtlalihic
be Married
continue to hit at a clip that will show in the old days.A .
give them an average of .351 for 18 person addicted to the gambling
j: years? habit slipped us the tip the other day CoastLINE

J. eeaa that the surest way to make some to us to see what it would cost them to furnish a modern home of,

Insulting a butcher sems to bev four five wanted their home to be attractive and comfortableyet
or rooms. They
t quite a crime in Detroit. Ty Cobb Subscribe for the Sentinel
: -I the amounf ot money which they had available for the furnishing of their

g : _ _ home made expensive peices prohibitive.
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itmiMHM iMIIMMMMtlllHMIMMMIUWe MONDAY, July Z7, 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 ,
j Will Put the Reins ROUND TRIP FARES much pleased with what they had seen and took memorandums of what they

FROM thought they should want.

f of Success in Your After looking around in other stores to make sure that they were doingthe
best possible with their appropriation they came back and placed their or-

tix HandsHow der with .
. $4.0
is a typical example of hundreds of homemakers whom we are
? By furnishing with pleasing.
you ATHENS 6.0
We carry an extensive stock of serviceable, attractive homefurnishings

a perfect Fertilizer Let our representative : BIRMINGHAM 8.0 0 grading from the lowest priced which are good, to the very best. Your appro-

call on you. He will give you a : CHATTANOOGA 8.0 priation for furnishing your home may be anything from 175 toloooor more

: COLUMBIA . 5.5 0 -you can make the most of it with us.
formula that will make and mature
: MACON 4.0

:; your fruit. :, Tickets limited to Augus 0t

: 1st, and are good returning Kincaid & Snovvden

: on any regular train within

: Tlie Soutlierli r Fertilizer r Co. ::I tion limit.call For or write further to informa Furniture 01! Character at Popular Prices

r. : A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., A. C. L,
I Jacksonville Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando Florida j jgttV..V..V..t'.i'
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CAR We have a fine Chef and serve the best
Condensed SpecificationsWheel

base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $1.00.Special
en bloc; unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission; i .

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

i elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 J k .
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver .
V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side
tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

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PINE CASTLE RANDOM NOTES YOUTHFUL SHAH OF PERSIA foreign diplomatic representatives, :...... ..... T .....'
TAKES OFFICE and their wives. FOR SALE!

Mrs. Adele Franklin, of Taft, spent The little shah drove to the palaceof

7 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Teheran, Persia, July 21.-Sultan the national council in a glass -AT A- THE MARKETOf
Fuller. Ahmed Mirza, the sixteen year old coach drawn by eight white horses.
Mrs. D. B. Sphaler and son, Alton, shah of Persia, today, on attaining The procession passed through the
and his friend, J. D. Rutledge, of his official majority, took the constitutional gaily decorated streets of the Persian BARGAINThree Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH j
Taft, were guests Sunday of Mr. and 1 oath of office in the palace capital and were carefully guarded.
Sirs. E. L. Sphaler. )f the national council. The cere- Immediately after the ceremony he
Miss Dovie Fulford and her brothel .mony took place in the presence of proceeded to the mosque for prayer. ten acre tracts on AND SALT MEATS

Mr. Alonzo Fulford, of Lockhart, :the members of the national council,I Orlando and Kissimmee road FISH AND GAME

were entertained at the home of W. the royal princes, high state officials,I II Sentinel "wants" fin your wants. only two and half miles
},I. Mansel Sunday. I one Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

Miss Mary Tanner, of Mulberry, is from the post office, Orlando.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tanner. Will sell one or all. The Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh !
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tyner were din- r and pure.
will double when the
ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.P. price
M. Shanibarger.Mrs. I llarnmond&Qore brick road is laid. Other' We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

Anna Rails, of Arcadia, and small tracts for grove pur- everything in the Meat Line.
Mrs. Roy Cook, of Orlando, spent
Saturday with Mrs. Paul Macy. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. poses at buying values. Also

Mrs. R. A. Alexander, of Tampa, desirable groves and city The PARLOR MARKET
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L. Carroll and little I
and Mrs. M.
REAL VALUES LOW PRICES property at prices that command -
daughter, Eloise, of Jacksonville, I
have been visiting at the home of COMPARE attention. H. M. Self & Co.
their brother, Mr. C. J. Sweet.

Miss Ruby Wilkins, of Orlando, !
& Atha PINE
visited among friends here Saturday.Mrs. OUR FURNITURE Cooper STREET

L McCraney and little son,
Kay, Mrs. W. W. Patrick, and Miss We provide the quality of furniture that has long 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor I Phone No. 80
from been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
Eula Johns returned Monday a
standard of merit. If an article is here it is good. Phone No. 311 MMMIIIHIIIIIIIillMMW. ., III.1 I II1II ItI
visit to Hastings.The
U wouldn't'be here were it otherwise. We can't make .
W. C. T.U. held services Sun-
this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
at the Union chapel. An
day evening A. Fuller, this business, and that means much to any buyer. I :t II)t 'i111111 1'11111'1111'11111'1"111"11"1" '1'1'111',I'I" 1'.
address by Mr. Harvey _a
good paper on Temperance by MissB.

May, and singing by a choir con- McNEILL & DAVIS BLOCK, I
stituted the program, which was listened -
to by a fair sized audience. Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Ela. M. SLEMONSNew

Messrs. H. A. and Eugene Hoffner \ J .

returned Sunday evening from the zz:' 4 iFare$3
state encampment of National Guardat
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Black Point.
Friday evening the Baraca class of: Goods
the Orlando Baptist church was en- !

tertained by their teacher, Mr. Lloyd DAILY BETWEEN

Tenny, at a chicken pilau on Tangle- ., BUffALO
wood Island, the summer camping '
place of Mr. Tenny and Mr. C. P. LEVELAND

Dow, on Lake Conway. Those attending I

must have numbered at least sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
fifty, a well behaved, gentlemanlycrowd. -
At nine o'clock the return made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.

of autos passing throughthe
procession and THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE" Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
peninsula was a pretty sight, .
Length 500 fort;brtadtA 93 feet,6(neaei;510 itateroomi tad parlor accommodating 1300 paeaeo.sera.
the singing of the boys of 'Tis the Greater in coal larger in all JII'01M'ftioD-nclaer in all trnnintmrnta-thin any tuamer oa Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
mlanl.ater.oftbe.ozld.; 1..crviw 11lD81 Stk.
old time religion, and its good enoughfor :
me," was good to hear. The spirit M.iniE'Keot Stamen"SEEANDBEE.""Gty of Erie"and"City of Buffalo" It rA Best place in the city to trade.
Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Maji.t to Dec.lu
of the entertainment was that .
LcraBufido ':00 P.L Lave C1eftJad 9:00 P.H.
which is admired by all and evidence Arrive Cleveland 7JOA.M. Arrive Buffalo . 7.30A.M. lLatara
( Standard Tint)
that the "old time religion" is good Ctaaeedoat Ckvdand tat Pntdo-EayToledalktroitod.11point.WeAaad5omb.at.Railroadtukeu
enough for us all if it is put into trading bctweca Baffala and QcTcUad are good for truuporUUoa oa oar ateamen.Jbkyour .
ticket agent for ticUtI via C.&8.Lice Vnt U foe handnma illuMnted booklet free. W. M. SLEMONSURANGE
Sidney Ives and Mrs. F.

Scruggs, of Orlando, are having hosts URANGE
of visitors at their summer residence, :: I

Lake Breeze Camp,,on Lake Conway. ..,.111,11'11..1..1.11.1111,11111'.11111.1I 'II
Miss Olive Hansel came up from
Lakeland Friday for a visit with her
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parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Han

sel.A party of ladies, consisting of \ .smmmmmmmml tll.IIIII"'I'1:mmmmmmum:8
blisses Grace and Mary Holt, Jennie i I I

Baas, Harris, Susie Magruder, Mar
Branham, and Bedah Roney, and t.1I1I n 11111111

chaperoned by Miss Lottie Holt, are
established in Mr. C. P. Dow's cottage Just arrived car load
,.Tanglewood Island, for a week's "Starve the L'ly"That
immediate -
enjoyment of camping. i FORDS for .;
Many from'here have been attending I should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly." No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
the revival meetings at Conway 1 delivery.Get i swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of deanliness.

Baptist church, going by motor boat. f That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about

Meetings will begin here shortly, at i: yours nowF. 1. the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
the Union chapel. I i time and properly cooked.
The Christian Workers of Unoin G. RUSH, : Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
chapel gave an ice cream social Saturday -i grime. Therefore "Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
Phone 226
evening on the church grounds.Mr. I : stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things

Wm. Cato was removed Sun- I would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
day from his sister's, Mrs. H. L.Haigwood's Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
home to a hospital in .
Orlando, sick with typhoid fever. His

parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cato, of I
Inverness, arrived Sunday to be near
.their son. i Orlando Water & LightCompany

Buy your garden seed from DeLa- I, H Gas Department
iKX & Abernethy. Just received a r
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf
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J Attorney General Bt'lieBryan :
tiyNa r Law Will Stand Bull Moose I } / yl

AWELU Assault I

Tallahassee, Fla., July 22.-That I ., .
\ro . ,. :.
\ there is no chance for the Bull Moose '': -:
I I'
KEPT party of Florida to prevent the sec-
retary of state from certifying to the I -
CHECKING ACCOUNT I I boards of county commissioners I II '
I throughout the state the nominations :
I of those who won out for various I 1. /I Our( ( ( MateiieitJust ;( (t ( ( ( ull
,I state, county and national offices in . .
the Bryan primary election of June 2,
I I is the opinoin of Attorney General
issued] by order of the
Comptroller of the"U.
i i I I i Thomas F. West. Following the filing :
Household Managementis of a bill of complaint against vS. Currency, shows '
Secretary of State H. Clay Crawford,
directed to Judge W. H. Malone] in
put ona more satisfactory and and for Leon county, by Herbert Deposits, June 30, 1914 !3OJf,00 Ii

business like basis by having a Anderson, of Jacksonville, asking 1.1 I Ia
restraining order against the sec- Incroasp, since our last pub-
checking account. retary of state prohibiting the certifi- listed statement, March 4,

The time and expense it will cation the boards of the of various commissioner nominations, the attorney to- 191'1, - - 'I t.$J:(:! ():-)) o.r I) ) I

save you will amount to consid-- general formulated an opinion ,,, I
wherein he states that the basis for ) f\ ; c I
erable. Increase, In past { : : ; 4 (
.:at t i
complaint is lacking. The Bull 12 months, p1 g.
Moosers )
allege Bryan primarylaw ;
Your account subject to checkis ;
unconstitutional and by its pro- ,
invited. visions, result of the recent ',:
as a pri- .
mary, the party is prevented from TO( MASONFor t I ,,:i: :.
putting a ticket in the field duringthe '
The State Bank of Orlando5D'l1' general election. our continued growth is known to our

Attorney General West opines as i depositors. Are you one of them yet ?
follows: I .
"In my opinion there is no reason r
for alarm on the part of those nomi-

nated in the primary election held in ,.... _
June last."Statutes. c.7
regulating the conduct of

primary valid elections by the courts have been of this sustainedas state, I I I F I I : .
I tMw 1hr ;I D I
- ----- as a proper exercise of the legislative ; !
power, and the courts of a numberof
'.J71t $ u1J1h4 other states have upheld provis- ,
ions similar to those of the primary ,: ', ':. -,,:. . ' ..
., :
election law of this state which is .. ; {
I attacked in this litigation." 410
BOY KILLED BY TRAIN AT JACKSONVILLE UNCLAIMED LETTERS IL; Rogers, Chas.; Rouse, Alex; Liozo; Stephens, Mrs. L N.; Singleton
sell the best of the many systems in Smith, Hal; Shoates, C.; Taylor, He- Miss Ella; Stearns, Miss Dora;
LiSt of letters remaining uncalled ber C.V.. ,
; Thompson ; Will J.; Tiere Katie; Wear Mrs. MamielV'il;
use. The I-P line is the most satisfactoryfor for in the postoffice at Orlando, Fla., Wandachrutta, R.; AVilloughby, J. M.; liams, Mrs. G. C.; Wesley, Mrs. Dar
Jacksonville, Fla., July 22.Lindsey i for the week ending July 18th, 1914. Washington, G.; Wilkerson, A. nella.
small or poqket sizes, and fillers are Sellers, a 14 year old] white boy, 1!; When calling for same please say Women's List-Bourleiu, :Miss Re- Special Delivery Letters-Crystal,
sold in every town in the U. S. Moore's line is dead, and his companion, Leonard i,"advertised." member; Browning, Mrs. J. L; Dur- Mrs. Sylvia; Jordan, Mrs. Pinkie,
I :Men's List-Arno, Mr. Anderson, ,
; ley :Mrs. Burther; Easterlin, :Miss Jackson, :Miss Louise.
of ledgers for store and office use is handy, Mattair, also 14, is seriously injuredas 1 1C. IL; Borden, Tom; Barco, S. A.; Nina Mae; Englishlrs.. H. F.; East-
the result of an accident at the ''Bramlege, R. G.; Bennett, John; ers, Mrs. Ella; Frazer, :Mrs. Georgia; Don't wait for one in town to
simple and economical. Covers and fillersfor Baker, Gaton Brown, Ed. Benton, every
Seaboard Air Line crossing on Lin- ; ; Fuller Miss Emma; Goldwire, Mrs. have Entrican, the painter, before
1 Albert Cox, Frank Fox, L A. Fea- Idear Graham Mrs. Fannie Gra-
; ; ; ; ;
your especial need always in stock. coln avenue about 7:30 this morning gin, E. R.; Hanley, J. II.; Hogan, ham, :Miss Edna; Gordon, :Mrs. Alex you try.Phone Am 636,too and busy I will to be look on you the
when a wagon in which they were :Master Harold; Jimerson, Lewis ((2)); P.; Hunter, :Miss Tangereen; Jack- job.up. 1-20-tf
W. S. BRANCH riding was wrecked by an inbound Keen, E. D.; Lewis, W.; Matini, Walter son, Luese; Jackson, Anner; Love-
; :Miller, Clarence; Nelson, W. P.; lace, Mrs.V.. A.; Lawson, Miss
passenger train, said to have been Nelson, E. S.; New, Raymond; Oli- Marie; :Mozell, Miss Lovie ((2)); Rob- Big results from little Want Ads
The.Arcade Book and Music Store traveling] rapidly. ''er. A. W.; Robinson, Hal]; Rand, F. erson, Mrs. Hester; Right, Miss come from the use of these colums) ,

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