The morning sentinel
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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 6 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Orlando morning sentinel

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1 'PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.
': le news of the day in crisp and style.
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No Danger That Confirmation Will : MISTAKECOMMISSIONERS EVENT Bids for Building Sidewalk Receivedby

AND fOOD RUSHED 101ft Be Denied or Long Council but No Contract THE FORM Of MEXICAN:I GOVERNMENT


There small amount of bus-
W. C. McLean, the newly appointed was a WORRYING OVER-BRE-
WHILE STATE TAKES CHARGE Orlando WILL RECEIVE THE RACES, BASEBALL GAME, iness to come before the city council
postmaster, was kept CEDA WILL EXPLAIN DIFFER.
'_.z AND WILL HOUSE PEOPLE busy all day yesterday receiving the MANY PROTESTS AT NEXTMEETINGNON'RESIDENT BARBECUE, AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS when called to order in regular semi-
,.\' IN TENTS TEMPORARILY- congratulations of a host of friends. WILL DRAW weekly session yesterday afternoon,

SEVEN KNOWN DEAD The Sentinel carried the first news of I PROPERTY OWNERS BIG CROWDS TO DAYTONA and the session was less interestingthan VILLAWashington

<. the appointment to the people of Or- usual.
: -
\ lando and from early yesterday until INTERESTEDWhen Commisioner Johnson reported the June 26.-Special.-( )
'Salem Mass. June 26.Special.Seven ( .)
: .1 I I
A the office closed last night, there receipt of the new steam roller which Whether or not Carranza will name
known to be dead and
: are I were constant calls for Mr. McLean the board of county commis- the auto races, which will be has been tested and was accepted by representatives to meet informallywith
100 missing. These are the
ff't more tonight are of the Salem fire. from friends and patrons of the office sioners meet in their next regular run under the auspices of the Or- the city. A warrant for $1,000 was the Huerta envoys to discuss the

.y There gures injured. The II who wanted to shake his hand andSb session Monday, July 6th, the ques- lando Automobile association, at Day- ordered issued in payment for same. ,international affairs of Mexico rests
i are many prop- ,
!4 4 t1'vsa Mil ream a12WDDD.g C4CC d CZ3 4r. 4.CtC.. Z4 6SS c4were ,. 'illlll lJ Z lJ7ii1717Jlll'IIl>'zli7l Ji 1"lJliJ 'llJ ca \ \ >> <;) -; / <;; S"t -,, ";, J4 )'}" ') '))J)> \oil 't ftff Wofft hat Cftce&o. 7Kcefc

so ittq'J.ttlt that 1fti a the Dsm county line promises to i we of the faggtst events of the kind' and tn 1 1\\\\\\, was the S1e'eDcepa) 1| jiv}) transmit to him ate tonight.

; There' ace many famines to be provided delayed at times to acknowledge the I be the liveliest proposition before the I ever pulled off in Florida is assured.i by the city.A Breceda, who is the private secretaryof

rt for and relief measures have 1 greetings of the well wishers. board. ,It is a live topic of conversation When seen yesterday at the San I warrant for $500 was drawn in Carranza, arrived in Washingtonthis

r .. teen 'promptly taken. There are When asked last night who would on all sides,and most of the good Juan garage, Mr. L B. Fort, who has I favor of the park commission, the morning, bringing to the local

: l 1,000.'fa i1ies, meaning 10,000 indi- succeed him as assistant postmaster, I road enthusiasts take the position the arrangements in charge, said that I amount being drawn from the one. constitutionalist agency direct dis-

-'J,(viduals homeless, and three-fourths Mr. McLean replied that he had not I I that it would be a mistake not to while the actual entries had not been mill tax for park purposes. The patches from the "first chief of the

;( of the business section has been I: even considered the matter and would I connect up with our neighboring made he knew of enough cars that' commission consists of Messrs. H. L. constitutionalists. He is also clothed

f:1; .wiped out. not do so until his appointment was county on the south. were being prepared for entry to Beeman and Jas. L. Giles and Mrs.A. with authority to investigate the advisability -
j.1: At a meeting at the Salem city hall confirmed and his commission re- make the event a most interestingone. B. Whitman. When asked if the of a meeting with the
The road from Orlando to Kissimmee
single contribution of $25,000
;. today a ceived.It commission had any important park Huerta delegates, and report his con-
will form an important link in
received from Henry G. Frick,
was can be stated positively that and The news of the proposed races work in view right away, Mrs. Whit- clusions to Carranza.
,of Pittsburg, and the Beverly Farms the Jacksonville-Tampa highway,
there will be little delay in confirmation has all the and said that little would be
mntei-hiUionaire .Up to }tonight very for Orange county to leave a breakof spread over country man very Breceda will sound out both sides
thousand dollars had and no chance whatever of four miles this side of the Osceola yesterday morning Mr. Fort receiveda done this summer other than the and after an interview with Secretary -
m ty-seven
,been raised, largely in response to denial. When an appointment goesto line, in the opinion of many, would telegram from Summitt, New Jer- plowing and harrowing of Eola park of State Bryan, send his report to

,the governor's appeal. Over two the senate it is no longer the not tend to advertise this county as sey, asking for information. The and having it nicely grassed. A doz- Carranza. In view of this development -

hundred thousand has been pledged. choice of the congressman only, but having the best system of roads in sender was Mr. W. B. Warren, of en palms will be planted in a few the local constitutionalistagency

the appointment of the president, the state. If a single break is left in Bradentown, and he wishes to enter days, but little other work will be announced today that Car-

ebt Salem Fire Burns Itself Out and of the thousands of postoffice the highway automobile tourists will Us National, which will be driven done before fall. ranza's decision would not be an-

appointments sent to the senate, under forget all the good miles of roadwayand I through from Bradentown. There The commission asked for $200, but nounced before Monday.
Salem, Mass., June_ 26.-The conflagration the Democratic administration the council voted enable the
present will be a number of entries from $500 to
knock the four miles of inferior Whether a provisional form of gov-
)f' which laid waste more there has been not over two other towns, among them Sanford, commission to get all outstanding ,
construction and give Orange ernment regime will
: countythe or a military ,: be
f than 1,000 buildings in this city last denials of confirmation and I settled something due
they reputation of half doing things. Daytona and Palm Beach. accounts being established following the bringing of
burned itself out tonight
night had about -
i p were exceptional cases where charge At least five entries practically the street department for haulingand
Another ground for protest againstthe are peace to Mexico, and during the interim -
S r.f> of moral depravity or personal dishonesty Assured from Orlando and this other work.Replying .
omission of brick paving from number elapsing between the conquestof
/ City officials, after making a care- made and evidence in of the
: were be increased before July 1st some
part of the Kissimmee road urged by may Mexico by the constitutionalistsand
ful compilation of values, today fig- substantiation furnished.As commission relative to weeds
many is that it will be a breach of when the, entries close. Mr. Roy Russ park the date for a general election,
ured the total loss at $10,000,000. The far Mr. McLean is concerned I the sidewalk West street
as along on ,
faith to the people of the county who has stripped his Ford, put on wire is the question which at present ties
burned district followed the lines of there can be no such charges preferred voted the bonds. The basis of this wheels, a special magneto and Ger- I! Mrs. Whitman said the commissionwas up the plans of the mediators and the
,a rough semi-circle three miles in his moral character and not the only
responsible park
per- ,
silver radiator. He to
protest is found in a resolution adopted man expects United States for a meeting of the
length and varying in width from sonal integrity being to that street and not in-
unquestionedand extending
break Ford records and bring
I by the county commissioners, and some two Mexican parties. Tomorrow Bre-
"half a mile to a mile and a half. Although unquestionable. As a matter of cluding it. The weeds mentionedare
duly recorded, part of which reads as home a prize or two. Roy Cook, of ceda will give out a formal statement
many persons were injured, it courtesy Senators Bryan and Fletcher the Cook Auto has strippeda on the west side of West street.
follows: company, explaining the break between Car-
I? whereas, the statutes of big, high powered Buick and attached ranza and Villa and assuring the
charred body of a woman, thought to few days if any protests are filed wheels which will eat the council that he had bought a
Florida provide what shall be statedin big up American people that the two have
it* be a Mrs. Cunningham, wa"s found in with them, but they will only do this Studebaker sprinkler and a sweeper.
Mr. Cook's belief
distances, according to buried all differences.
said call (call for the bond elec- now personal
:' .. the ruins of a tenement building on to give time for charges to be made faster than any other thing that i A broom filling machine, with which
tion and
) ,
k Lafayette street. At least 10,000 per- against Mr. McLean, and if any are ; will move on the beach July 4th. the sweeper will! be repaired from

i jns, a fourth of the city's popula- made they will have to be proven by "Whereas, the voters should have a Another Buick will be entered by Mr. time to time, is included. The price COLUMBIA WON VARSITY RACE

;t'a; \\i, were made i IfPmeless..Thousands direct evidence before the committeeon clear knowledge of the plans of the Michael. It is a No. 10 and is so paid for this new equipment was

f '\ed last night ni the open. Many postoffices and post roads. Board, and such plans can not be set fast it is hard to comply with speed $673.60.A Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June 26.-

4. '' beds were sheltered in schools, After giving every one who may forth in the legal call; be it Jaws anywhere. S. B. Hutton will tax certificate erroneously issued (Special.)-Columbia won the four

; ''.. etc'vs and public buildings in this ask it a chance to file any charges "Resolved, That the following state- enter a National. He has strippedthe against a part of Gertrude avenue mile varsity race by a length and a

>city ana Beverly. they desire to make against Mr. Mc- ments are intended to define the res- in seats paintedit I I was ordered canceled. half. Pennsylvania finished second,
car, put racing ,
1 ;, Before the fire had been fairly Lean, confirmation will follow, unless olution and shall be binding upon this red and expects it to resemble along Bids for the sidewalks to be laid Cornell third, Syracuse fourth, Wash-

.' checked relief measures and plans for the: charges are of a serious nature.If x>ard." red pencil mark as it races down by the city, where property owners ington fifth, and Wisconsin sixth. '

a rebuilding were under way. Governor [ serious charges are made those Among the statements alluded to the beach. Edwin Beeman expectsto have failed to lay them, were received Columbia's time was 19:274-5. To- ,

1 Walsh, Lieutenant Governor Bar- I making them will be asked to furnish above are the following: enter a Stutz speedster and will from F. E. Gore, Hamilton day's time was the fastest made over

'r'f'and Secretary of State Donahue proof. It has been the custom of the "We propose to construct these go after all the prizes. He thinks Johnson and R. M. Carroll. The bids the course in six years.

j ,spent the night here. The governor Florida senators to name a certain brick roads over the following routes: he has the car that will capture were referred to the city engineerand 75,000; to 100,000 Witness Race
announced that and time limit in which the for the work will The of the
i. 5,000 tents rations protests or Oakland to Orlando, via Winter Gar- them. contract prospect witnessing

would be shipped to the city at charges must be filed, and if none are den and Ocoee; Orlando to Zellwood, Daytona is making great prepara- be let at a subsequent meeting. The most thrilling races in the history of
I r once. He also issued a call for a forthcoming in that time the matter bids were for both tile and solid cement the intercollegiate regattas lured to
and Lockhart the
via Apopka ; from tions to entertain the big crowds that
: -t, J *public meeting at the state house in ends and confirmation follows. Osceola county line to the Seminole will witness the races. The tide will walks five and six feet wide, this city today the largest crowd
Boston to take further action. and different for constructionwith that its into the
prices ever jammed way
county line, via Taft, Pine Castle, Or- be out between nine and twelve
Historic Buildings and Records Saved local and imported sand were municipal confines of Poughkeepsie.It .
lando, Winter Park and Maitland of the fourth
i ; o'clock on morning ,
,# '* :The more noted buildings and the SOUTH flijRIDA PRESS[ ASS'N.I submitted.The was a crowd that was estimated at
Orlando, out via Conway, at least and the races will be run during that
museums, with their priceless collections four miles; Orlando out on Fort 'time. A big barbecue will follow the bids for construction of five between 75,000 and 100,000. The

of antiquities, escaped destruc- f FORMED[ AT lAKflAND[ Christmas road at least three miles." finish of the racing events, and there I foot tile walks using local sand were: vanguard of the army arrived last

t tion. The birthplace of Nathaniel The above resolutoin adopted by will be an abundance of interior refreshments Gore 58 cents per lineal foot, and night and slept here. The others

,'I Hawthorne, the "House of Seven Gables the county commissioners, and de- for all visitors. Carroll 50 cents; imported sand, Gore came on special and regular trains
Constitution>> and ByLaws Carroll 53 cents. Six : the New York Central and West
t and the old custom house were Adoptedand clared by them to be binding, clearly Orlando and Daytona will play ball 63 cents and over

,.+t threatened for a time and the flames Next Meeting Will Be at indicates that it was the intention in the afternoon and this fact, together foot tile walks, local sand, Gore 68 Shore railroads, afoot, in buggies,
l 'approached dangerously close to the Arcadia cents and Carroll 53 cents; importedsand autos, and on a fleet of big river
in July I of the board to pave with brick the with the numerous entries in
and the Essex institute Gore 73 cents. steamers that ran special excursions.
t: Peabody museum entire distance beween the Seminole the races from this city, will just ,
but of those structures For solid cement walks, local sand,
Lakeland, Fla., June 26.-Special.( ) and Osceola couny lines. It is con- about draw the entire population of
.!;_ .was damaged. the bids for five foot walks were: BASEBALL RESULTS
-Permanent organization of the tended that if the board has insuffi- Orlando to DaytonabytheHalifaxon
:i 4' Companies of militia patrolled the South Florida Press association was cient funds to carry out all the pro- next Saturday. Practically every Gore 85 cents, Johnson 60 cents, Car- .

,streets today. Marital law was not perfected here today, representativesof jected brick paving indicated in the car in the city will drive over loadedto roll 43 cents. Six foot solid cement, National League

declared but no one was permitted to about twenty newspapers. being resolution there are other roads that capacity, and many will go by walks, local sand, Gore $1.02, John- Boston 4-4, New York 810.

approach the fire swept area withouta present. Joseph- H. Humphries, of could better wait than the short distance train.A son 70 cents, Carroll 47 cents. Five Cincinnati 2-0, Chicago 61.

pass. the Bradentown Journal, was elected on the Orlando-Kissimmee road dance is among the amusementsthat 'foot walks, imported sand: Gore 89 Brooklyn 7, Philadelphia 4.

A On the Common and in open president; W. B. Harris, of the Kis- just this side of the Osceola county will probably be provided for cents, Johnson 65 cents, Carroll 55 Pittsburg 3, St. Louis 2.
cents. Six foot walks, imported sand,
spaces in the outskirts of the city simmee Valley Gazette, vicepresident the evening. American League
line.The Gore $1.08, Johnson 75 cents, Carroll
V thousands of refugees tried to find ; M. F. Hetherington, of the people residing in the southernend I New York 1, Boston 2.
rest during the night Many stretched Lakeland Weeldy News and Evening of the county are very much NAVAL APPROPRIATION BILL J60 cents.CARMACK'S Philadelphia 9-6, Washington 05.

.-t; themselves on the grass; others had Telegram, secretary; Mrs. C. C. S. wrought up over the subject, and I APPROVED BY CONGRESS 1 WIDOW WILL GET St. Louis 2, Cleveland 0.

'>,f ,managed" to save. mattresses or'rock- Wilson, of the Sarasota Times, treas- there is talk of enjoining the county Washington, June 26.-(Special)- POSTOFFICE Chicago 2, Detroit 1.
f\) ing chairs from their burning homes. commissioners from spending any The naval appropriation bill was approved -i, Federal League

t J Little groups huddled together about i urer.A constitution and by-laws were part of the bond money until an finally today by congress and Washington, June 26.-(Special.)-j I Baltimore 6, Brooklyn 4.

h..piles of household goods. adopted and it is expected that all agreement is reached to pave to the will be sent to the president for his The president has decided to nomi- Buffalo 4, Pittsburg 2.

fire Started in Leather Factory 1 1 the newspapers of peninsular Florida, Osceola line, but it is hoped that the approval in a couple of days. It nate Mrs. Edward W. Carmack, the Southern LeagoeNashvilleChattanooga

From 2 o'clock yesterday Afternoon I I except those on the extreme east money will not be tied up in this I carries a provision for the sale to widow of the late Senator Carmack, ; rain.

jen' a terrific explosion oopurred in coast, will join the organization. way, everybody desiring to see the Greece of the battleships Idaho and postmistress of Columbia, Tenn. Birmingham 2, Montgomery 1.Mobile .

factory of the Korn Leather corny :, Plans for raising the subscriptit1f road work under way. ,Doubtless the: Mississippi, and the construction ofa Senator Carmack after a brilliant 5, New Orleans 2.

at. Proctor and BostLn, streets, price of weeklies to $1.50 per year, commissioners will giVe those pro- superdreadnonght for the American career in the senate, was shot and South Atlantic League

flames raged practically un- and the establishment and mainte- testing a hearing and, if it is shown navy from the proceeds of the sale. killed in Nashville some years ago Columbus 2, Jacksonville 3. Six

ked until midnig t. The explo- ': nance of equitable advertising rates that any great number ,feel that the This provision will not conflict with as the result of the liquor and anti- innings; darkness.

is. thought to Yiave occurred were discussed. Semi-annual meet- road in question is of more importance the authorization for two battleships liquor fight in Tennessee. Mrs. Car- Savannah 9, Macon 1.

: :highly inflammable'chemicals ings will be held, the first of which than others, a provision will be of the first class, also carried in the mack was socially prominent while I Charleston 3, Columbia 2.

.Continued on lUge 4) will be at Arcadia on July 10th. I (Continued on page 8) I bilL .!>> ,1 her husband resided in Washington. I, Albany 1, Augusta 7.rrlycN .







-' ,
SHALL WOMEN VOTE? League, has issued a statement in Charles Osborne, who has been an " " IIIMIMMtliiMMIIMMiliilMHIIMIHIMII FHli+il ft
x which she says: j employe of the Ocala Wagon Works "IIIIIIHiiMMIMiMMHiilMIHIMttliHIIimtlHIIIHMIlMMHtiMCOOLEST MMIMIHIIIiliiililMMISHiHtMIM9tMMmitMMIMtlMMMM e<

This question is up for settlement "Why women should have the ballot for some time, had two uncles die

I and like so many others it will not is the question that the women of within the past few months, leaving " " " '

down. In that respect it is like Ban- Florida hope to have debated very him quite a bit of property. One was

quo's ghost. It is always making itself thoroughly in the columns of the in California and one in Jacksonville.Mr. .

seen and heard and felt. state press this year. By such a debate Osborne said the estates would M

Some years ago when Tom Reed the rights of women will be bring him in about $35,000 and $30- GRAND THEATRE
000 respectively. He has realized already -
was a member of congress, he sub- clearly set forth. It is no passingfad.
mitted a minority report on the sub- Women of Florida are much in considerable cash and consider-
able real estate will accrue to him.-
earnest in this movement. Their ,
ject of woman suffrage. It was as
far back as 1884, now thirty years earnestness is being recognized by Ocala Star. \
ago. the thinking men' of the state and SPOT IN THE TOW
x : the demand that a constitutional lOne hundred and thirteen cars of
Among other things, he said this:
: amendment be submitted to the vote watermelons have gone out of Live 1111111I111II111111111111111111TODAY -
"Almost vocation is' to
every open
Oak the Seaboard and Atlantic
ers of Florida by which they may express over
.. She is her usefulness
woman. proving
their views on the right of Coast Line railroads. Buyers are ;;
in spheres which the "nature"
here galore from nearly all the large
woman to vote is now regarded as a f
the conservative of 25
worshipped by .
cities and local buyers are also han
reasonable .
years enter. ago Notwithstanding absolutely forbade all her these to support request."In of these views I quote I dling a good part of the crop. The I' "Captured by Mexicans" a real exciting draG

changes, the family circle remains from the editorial columns of the has Williams bought Brokerage and shipped company thirty-eight alone I surrounding an incident in the jcurney cf the Ridgl,

unbroken, the man child gets as well Jackson Leader, published at Mari-
Oak Democrat.DR. .
cars.-Live from New
York California.
educated as before, and the ameliorating anna. The editors views are thoseof to
9 influence of woman has become the women of this state. He

only the more marked. Thirty years voices their, rights in these words: I A. B. WHITMAN- "Andy and the Hypnotist," another of the Ar
"The Florida Franchise
ago hardly any political assemblage Equal I DENTIST
is; of the people was graced by the pres- League will endeavor to have a con- series. They're all good.

ence of women. Had it needed a law stitutional amendment submitted by I
i! to enable them to be present, what the next legislature granting to women -I East End Charleston Block, up-stairs > "The Price of Honor," zn Essanay of unusmerit. : .

t. an argument could have been made the right to vote. We fail to :

against it! How easily it could have see. any reasonable grounds upon J'DR. F. C. BOARDMAN .
i been shown that the coarseness, the which the legislature can refuse to
dubious expressions, the general vul- have the matter submitted to the DENTISTBoardman One truly grand bill. Remember every day, start: .

garity of the scene, could have had voters of Florida, and if the questionis I I with Monday, "The Pathe Daily News." {

F no other effect than to break down submitted we, do not hesitate to Building

the purity of word and thought which state right now that we shall be .

women have and which conservativeand heartily in favor of the adoption of : Ollice Hours GOOD MUSIC.

radical are alike sedulous to pre- the amendment."We 8.301012:00 1:30 to 4.1)0:)
; serve. And yet the actual presenceof have never yet Heard any log- I Telephone 5-10

women at politcal meetings has ical and just argument against woman CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS 10
not debased them, but has raised the suffrage. We must all admit I

a other sex. Coarseness has not be- that women are morally better than MAKE YOUR

come diffused through both sexes but I'I men;' that they are the equals, if not I I OWN'I TUESDA Y."Perils of Pauline."

has fled from both. To put the whole 'I superior, to men in intellect; that II I PAINT

matter in a short phrase: The asso- they are less liable to corruption} I
I I 1you Will SAVE '; " " " limitIMIitMMIIiillMMtMMIMIMIHiamt
ciation of the sexes in the family circle that they are equally as patriotic; "' r GO cis. PER GAL : ; HMHMMimMH
in society, and in business having and that they are just as vitally in- j :: THIS IS HOW 1111111"III"JIIIII" IIIIIIIIII"tl'IIIIIIIIIIIIII"1111111111111

i proved improving to both, thereis terested in good government as are I )
neither history, reason, nor sense the men. | I T J Buy 4 gals.L.C&M.Semi- I: MillllllllllillMII leMiiMMnntimilMltiHUMMitniMiitimiiUMmiMim
/ Mixed Real Paint $3.40 ***
y to justify the assertion that association 'We compel women to pay taxes And3gals.LinseedOilto I ,

in politics will lower the one or on an equality with men; we make': ( nut with it 2.10 .

f' demoralize the other. them amenable to law the same as Makes7gals.Paint for$::>.SO ,

?. "Hence we would do better to ap- the men; and we grant them no privi- ; lit It's only $1.50 per gd.
proach the question without trepida leges not acocrded to men, but on the I
t The L. & U. SEMI-MIXED! Condensed
a tion. We can better leave the"sphere" other hand deny them the right to a REAL PAINT la! PURE WHITE LEAD. report of the
ZINC and LINSEED OIL-the best known
of the women to the future voice in the government under which i paint materials for 100 years. *>
than confine it in the chains of the they must live. I Use a gaL out of any you buy and if not the I
best paint made,then return the paint ted gu ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COat
.8, past. Words change nothing.... Prejudices The old fossilized argument that' all your money back.

: r are none the less prejudices because women are not posted on political HELM'S HARDWARE CO.

'= we vaguely call them "nature"and matters will appeal to no intelligent .
prate about what nature has for- voter. In this day of enlightenmentwhen RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS close of business June 8th, 1914, in compliance ,

bidden when we only mean that the SHOULD USE ;
books and
newspapers period- with Chapter 6427 Laws of Florida.
thing we are opposing has not been
icals are in the realh of all, if given 5 DROPS
3 .hitherto done. "Nature" forbade a the privilege of the ballot, the women .

steamship tocross the. Atlantic the will be as well or better posted on The Best Remedy
4 very moment it was crossing, and yetit election day than their inferior For all forms of
arrived just the same. What the halves.

majority call "nature" has stood in "We hope Jackson county's repre- RheumatismLUMBAGO. RESOURCES LIABILITIES

the way of every progress of the past sentatives will show that they are in

} and present,. and will stand in the the forefront of progress and will Loans and Discounts $372,874.39 Capital $100; '; "i t
way of all future progress. It has each of them become champions of ,
C also stood in the way of many unwise the equal suffrage amendment at the Overdraws 647.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 34,

things. It is only another name for next session of the legislature.- SCIATICA. GOUT.'NEUBAlClA. Stocks and Bonds 26018.33 Deposits 585,', 1 ;
conservatism. With conservatism Ocala Banner. AND KIDNEY TROUBUS. .
the minority have no quarrel. It is Real Estate, Fur. and Fixtures 26187.37 Due to Banks and Bankers 8, *

essential to the stability of mankind, Gillis Romense, who lives four miles DROPS Cash on Hand and Doe from
of government, and of social life. To< south of Bunnell, has grown some
every new proposal it rightfully calls Banks 301,970.31
giant pumpkins on his place without STOP THE PAINOkaQaickRenef ] ,
a halt demanding countersign, fertilizer. One of them is now on
whether it be friend or foe. The en- exhibition in Mr. Heath's office which tai' -- -

franchisement of women must pass : measures four feet eight and one- Total $721,991.99' Total $727, _i. i '

x' the ordeal like everything else. It half inches in diameter. And he has
must give good for its demandto
many just as large or larger than MVU **oMrr* rat ON UQKST
be or take its place among the this one.Bunnell Tribune. Svaaton.... RhMiMatic Cure Co., 4 'GEO. E. NOLAN
4 half forgotten fantasies which have !. .
challenged the support of mankind :

and have not stood the test of argument : Casl :!

j. and discussion. "STARVING TO DEATH"Was ..

"The claims that suffrage is not a

right, but a privilege to be guarded

r by those who have it, and to be by; Mrs. Bell of Florida When
them doled out to those who shall :-,

become worthy; that every extensionof She Began Taking Peruna. : ;-. .
suffrage has been granted in some

form or other by those already hold- Tea I was starving to death." we heard from her December 1912, .,IIIUIIJII'I"III'I" IH| -
ing it, is probably true. In some said Mrs. Emma Bell of Fort Pierce she was still a friend of Peruna. -.j1
t countries, however, it has extended Florida Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof :For Sale ,
take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach, see "Ills of Life" sent
upon the simple basis of expediency, thing. If I swallowed anything It free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus i,
and in others in obedience to claim of soured on my stomach. My stomach Ohio. i -
i right. If suffrage be a right, if it be was very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined I w
acted as If I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are 8-room Ii
true that has claim to Modern AL/
no man
a was In great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the sameas
govern any other man except to the doctors had been employed but gave the nose and throat Catarrh of doors i
extent that the other man has a right me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels Will derangethe House 2
t to.govern him, then there can be no growing worse.I functions of these organs. The j
stomach can no longer digest food. west of Wyom-
I Was In
discussion of the Despair. load ;
question of woman The food lying In the stomach, even Just arrived car _
suffrage. No reason on earth can be In my despair I caught at every for a short time without digestion, ing Hotel. Bar-
given by those who claim suffrage as straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro* FORDS for immediate '
some account of Peruna. There wasa duces and Irritation.Food .
a right of mankind which does not testimonial frgm a woman who had gas gain. '
make it a right of womanhood also. been troubled much like myself. I Sours In the StomachA delivery.

If the suffrage is to be given man to concluded to try Peruna.I portion of the undigested meal is

protect him in his life, liberty, and Wrote to Dr. Hartman. vessels absorbed of Into the the stomach.system This by the poisonsthe blood A. L. Bentley Get yours now % ;
"At the same time I wrote to Dr.Hartman. ,
property, the same reasons urge thatit whole system producing a condition .I
pronounced my case
be given to woman, for she has the catarrh of the stomach and bowels. now known as autointoxication;' 10 E AMELIA AVENUESuniiiiiimiiiiiiiini F. G. RUSH,
self poisoning. The fermenting, irritating -
same l life,. liberty, and property to I soon began taking Peruna. At mass, as It passes down Into
Phone 226
protect. If it be urged that her interests once I began to Improve. After takIng the bowels Irritates the bowels, pro-1-4 !
'' half a bottle my stomach was so
are to be bound up in those ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea _
Improved that I could eat some. sometimes producing the very. oppo-- . ..............
; of that - - - .
a man; they are sure to be I Began to Recover. site. constipation. r rill 11111 11111 III. . J
protected, the answer is that the same The average dyspepsia medicine 4
Then this good housewife goes on 3t
c argument was urged as to the mergerin to narrate In detail her rapid im- helps to artificially digest the food. SUMMER TIME IS .
the husband of the wife's right of provement and final recovery. She Even when such medicine does Its ;
and Bald "After taking two bottles of Pe- work it Is only temporary. :A perma-. FLY TIMEAre
was pronounced by the
runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when
: judgment of mankind fallacious in to wash the dishes." When she began ; the catarrh Is overcome. << those windows screen i

practice and in principle. If the natures taking Peruna she weighed 102 Symptoms of Catarrh of the Stomach.The ed yet? Patented detach-
of men add women alike pounds. After she had taken five able all
are so symptoms of catarrh of the hangers used on
bottles of Peruna she weighed 122
that for that reason no harm is done pounds She concludes by saying stomach are: First heartburn. Second screens. No ladder need- 1 !)
food rises in
throat after meals.
s; by suppressing women what harm that she is wellIt ed to take off or put on I
Third, sour stomach. Fourth, heavy
can be done by elevating them to Was Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach when washing; windows. !
'_ equality? If the natures be differ- The letter from which the above bloated belching of gas. Sixth palpitation I
ent, what right can there be in refus- Quotation were made was received of heart. Seventh poor digestion R.JWALDRONCoatradec f
January 29, 190L In a later letter bave dyspepsia. Eighth, and BuIlder
ing representation to those who might
written September 11. 1901 she 88110"I tongue coated light brown. Ninth WOOD COAL AND ICE NANCY HAIL and Poi ,
take juster views about many social tenderness over pit of stomach. 410 West
ting the praises of Peruna far andnear. StreetnilUmiMIIIHIIHIIItl '
potato slips: at $L, '.
and political 'questions?" It 1* used a great deal In our Tenth cannot bear tight clothes Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal Quick delivery. Cash.

Mrs. Katherine Livingston Egan Yidnlty. This seems to be a bad around waist 'J Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Co.. Apopka, ,FU
place for catarrh." We have received People who object to liquid medi ,
president of the Woman's Suffrage ktun from her since. The last time einee can now obtain Penma Tablets.. Read the advertisements daily. j Job printing at the Sentinel. Subscribe lor theS' Si

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k (By Frank-G. Menke) (Tampa Tribune) Nothing Known of People Who Built $ yur 4 >7h

New York, June 26.-Prizefighters Gulfport has a Board of Trade. i Uneeda Biscuit Tiahuanacu, in BoliviaA

are as temperamental as Pass-a-Grille is doing much pav- 1! Tempt the appetite,

prima donnas and almost as hard to ing. i please the taste and city so old that even the legendary For Any Kind of Lettemjiret File
manage, in the opinion of Jimmy Inverness melon growers are ship- nourish the body. lore of the Incas, who traced an r ,

Dime, of New Castle, Pa., who has ping. Crisp,clean and fresh-
unbroken line of kings back to the
been in the business of training and Clearwater is advocating a country 5 cents in the moisture- Come to our store. Twenty-five cents invested -
eleventh is dumb
century, concern-
managing fighters almost since the club.Seville proof package. ing the people who built it-a city in a file may save you several: dol-
time that Chris Columbus cast anchor has marketed a big crop of

off Sandy Hook, or wherever it reaches. I which 1,000 years ago had been so lars in money by keeping your receipts in
long dead that even song, story and
was he did cast anchor. Bartow will see a flying machine
4.Sanford. tradition had forgotten every vestigeof easy reference or may save more than that
"They're a hard bunch to ha ,le July its history when Columbus discov-
reports big crops of corn in valuable time not to mention the
unless you get the knack of it, de- ered the new world. Such is the an- annoy-

clares Dime, who at present has as and hay. cient city but ance of unable
Umatilla is to have a new packing crumbling surely, very being to find the paper you
big a "stable" as any man in the slowly, not far from the southern
country. "Some of 'em you've got to house. shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. wish just at the time you need it.
Lake Worth is now lighted with
humor. Others you have to browbeat. kSamuel "The little present day village of

You have, to study out their tem- electricity. Tiahuanacu is located on the railroad W. S. BRANCH
San Carlos hall at Key West will ,
peraments and figure out just the which connects La Paz, the modern
be rebuilt.St. .
right method for each. When you capital of Bolivia, with the port of

discover the method and apply it, the paved. Johns roads. will soon begin on its BiscuitRound Guaqui, on Lake Titicaca, and may The Arcade Book and Music Store

rest is. easy. be reached in about two hours from .

t "'Big Dan' Dailey, the heavy- sidewalks.Miami's City Council orders more thin, tender-, the former place.' The ruins of an-

weight in my string, used to have a with a delightful flavorappropriate cient Tiahuanacu covering an area .
Clearwater will have free mail delivery -
e fondness for pastry, with cream 1.Fernandina's. for of about a square mile, are not more r "

r puffs as his particular specialty. Everybody July luncheon, tea and than half a mile from the village,"
knows that pastry isn't good municipal ice plant is dinner xo cents.
writes Edward Albes in the monthly Hammond
in & Gore
for fighters. I told Dan so, but he operationBartow is bulletin of the Pan-American Union,
said he guessed it wouldn't hurt him. spending $150,000 on Washington.

Finally I forbid his eating pastry. paved streets.Brooksville. is 4 "A traveler stopping in the little I, FUNERAL DIRECTORTAND EMBALMERS.REAL .
But he used to slip and eat his organizing a lodgeof
away Odd Fellows. town, and ignorant of the proximityof 1-- __
fill at a neighboring restaurant the ruins, would be astounded to
Plant City now counts thirtysixbrick VALUES LOW PRICES
"But I fixed that finally. Took the observe the number of beautifullycut

restaurant man in my confidence. The buildings. stones built into parts of abode COMPARE
Work has begun on a $20,000 brick
next day when Dan called for cream huts of the most primitive characterand

puffs he got them. But he noticeda block at Miami. sometimes forming portions ofa
St. Petersburg has bought a fire OUR FURNITUREWe
peculiar flavor about them. The squalid patio. A doorway to a

I delicious flavor was gone. And he alarm apparatus. dilapidated thatch roof by an artistically

kept noticing that peculiar flavor every Seaside Inn, Daytona, has been ZuZuPrince carved stone. In the walls of provide the quality furniture that has long

time he got them. Pretty soon opened to the public. the little Catholic church and in those been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the

he decided that cream puffs did not Dade county is to have interurban of appetizers. standard of mi-iit. If an article is here it is good.It .
inclosing the yard and even in the
electric service.A Makes daily trips from wouldn't here were it otberw.se. We can't make
with him. And he quit. The
agre the paving be seen the smooth
flavor that he noticed was alum' hotel and six bungalows are be- Ginger-Snap Land to may this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof
stones. The pedestal on which is
ing built at Gulfport. waiting every- thU business, and that means much to any buyer.
which had been injected in the cream where. Say Zu Zu to I mounted the stone cross in front of
Crystal Springs has $40,000 pledged -
puff the grocer mans cents. : the church is made up of them, whileon
for waterworks.A
"Tommy Jones, one of the light- either side of the gateway to the McNDLL & DAVIS BLOCK
dozen new homes are being erect- ,
weights in my string is a tango inclosure stands a carved stone idol,

fiend. Tangoing is all right if it isn't ed at Fort Meade.St. whose tines marred by the ravagesof g Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando Fla.

I overdone but what tangoer doesn'tover Petersburg's electric light sys- time still show the artistic skill J
tem is to be extended. :,
do it. Tommy used to slip away of the ancient sculptors who wrought i -<1-
Palatka has a military company,
at night and go to tangoing them."

sleeping. I finally had to cureTommy's the Gem City Guards. Thus the ruins of the ancient city
will celebrate 'the
St. Augustine
tangoing ideas by instruct- have furnished much of the materialto .iMI Mill titHI MlftftHtffMIMIIMMMMfMttiMWe .

ing one of the men that he works out Forrth at South Beach. build villages of today, and while

with to slip over a punch that would Spring Park, near Jacksonville, is the strict utilitarian may find no
putting in waterworks. Will Put the Reinsof I
blacken No
Tommy's eyes. matter fault with this work of destroyingthe
l .E. L Reid, Lake Worth, cleared
how is to he isn'tgoing
crazy a man tango artistic monuments of a hoary

to glide around a dance floor $3,000 on his tomato crop. Buy biscuit baked by antiquity to cater to present needs to Success in Your
Sanford unions have formed a Cen- "
wearing a black! eye. At any rate the ,students of archaeology' it seems
tral Trades Council. NATIONAL '
Tommy didn't"Joe almost like desecration. The Bolivian
Key West has let contract for a HandsHow
Chip; a middleweight, and BISCUIT government has recently enacted a

i brother to George Chip, who was $30,000 school building. law which forbids the carrying off or f

middleweight champion- until Al Mc- Hastings has closed. its greatest potato COMPANY wilfull destruction of that portion of ? By furnishing you with ; :
shipping season.Davie's
Coy put him out, has a strange fondness : Always look for that the ruins which vandal hands have
for jewelry. Where other fighters I canning factory started left intact.-Washington Cor. St. a perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative -
I with fifteen operatives. I )
think of banking their money, Joe Doris .Globe-Democrat.
thinks only of investing it in diamonds Orlando will have ten more miles of --- call on you. He will give you a

and rubies. He has quite,a vitrified Wauchula's brick paving.first car of melons Moody, Brock, Audrey, Briley, and formula that will make and mature
collection of and he
gems now, wearsthem NEWS NOTES Kate Story, will attend the at
he is of the brought $375 at the station.W. camp
every moment out I I week. fruit.
Enterprise a
Eustis sold three your
ring. He wanted to wear them in M. Igou, car-
I: Mis Frances Brown is visiting her Mrs. Seymour and grandchildren,
loads of melons for $850.
the ring, contending that they would
Twenty new residences have been I friend, Ida Cheshire, in Leesburg, fora Lucile and Harold Thompson, of
hurt his but I
not fingers, finally I Monteverde have been
spending sev-
convinced him to the contrary by : built recently Irish Home' at Bartow.An Rule Club. has been Miss days.Wit Cross is making a two eral days with her daughter, Mrs. Jeff
his the of his
hiding jewelry on nights
fights. organized at Pensacola.St. weeks' visit to her uncle's home near Waits. T nt r f rtili r Co

"George Chip has a 'bug' on gath- Augustine has an athletic association Tilby. She acompanied Mr. Brown ii
Dean E. Ponder, Oxogene Disin-
'Bearcat' capitalized at $10,000.W. and little May home.

Tom ering McMahon cigarette likes coupons.the movies. He's C. Townsend has seventyfiveacres Mr. John Malcom and Irving are fectant Empire, building.Manti Tonic. Office room 5-27.1m 22, ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA j jjtiimiiiiiititmiiimiiiiiMiMiiiMiiMMiiiii

4 a fiend. And I have discovered that in corn at Lake Butler. visiting home folks in Georgia. Mis3

watching the films isn't good for the Apalachicola section produces Jennie and Mrs. Tippin's are visit- 1111111111111'111111 lllllllllllilllllllllllllllllttCOW

eyesight It hurts it, as far as a 1,500 barrels of high grade honey. ing Mrs. Victor Tippens in DeLand.

fighter is concerned. I had a hard Bushnell shipped ninety-five cars Lloyd Rowles and family have *

time trying to convince McMahon of cucumbers during the season. moved from Winona to the citron

though. Parrish has been shipping three to home of the T. & G.Mr. Are You a Woman ?

"Patsey Brannigan, the bantam, five carloads of tomatoes a day. Walter Hudson and Mr. Blake- PEASWe

is what might be called a dude. Pat- Pasco County's thirty miles of eney took advantage of the excursion -

sey aims to be immaculate in his hard roads are in course of construc- to Jacksonville last week.

street dress and usually is. He nev- tion.Four Linlon Briley has been acting
into before he mammoth plant houses are agent for the A. C. L. Will be withus
er goes a fight gets
; his hair cut, his fate shaved and being built at the Royal Poinciana. two weeks. Take! Cardui

is treated to a massage. It seems Construction of Wauchula's' water- Mr. Blakeney has improved his have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB

that works and sewer is progressing.Van property with a fine well It is one
who is the
funny a man facing
HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, naming ,
prospect of having his face batteredup Steamship Company will puton hundred and fifty feet deep. He has

pretty well in the next hour or a steamer between Miami and put in a pump and he has a splendidflow The Woman's Tonic quantity desired. Price sure right.

two wanting to have it beautiful be- Jacksonville. of fine water.

forehand, but that's the case with Putnam, Clay and St John's Counties Mrs. E. C. Vick returned from -- We carry constantly, a full line of crate material of

Patsy. have organized for a tri-county her visit at Seffins on Friday. all kinds.

"So it goes with all the others thatI fair.New The T. & G. is not going to be be-

am handling now or have handled. Coast line station at St. Pe- hind the times. Mr. Brockman and FW SALE AT ii DROR9ISTSlIgCBANICS Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-

They're mighty peculiar. As I said tersburg will cost between $70,000 men have converted their lever car F4ARTICLES riers etc. Phones 181191.

you have to humor some and brow- I and $100,000. into a motor road car and started out ,

beat the others. And when both Pensacola postoffice receipts for with it on Tuesday.The .

these methods fail you have to hit April and May were $2,000 ahead of Camp Fire Girls had a sale f 3T. Dutton

scheme last year's. of ice cream, cake and lemonade at
uopn some whereby you can
cure them of the faults and peculiar- St. Loan man has bought 240 the park on Saturday from 4:30 to .iA6 Kz

ities that are a detriment to their acres near Fort Meade, upon which a 6:30 p. m. They cleared about fifteen SANFORD, FLORIDA

ring success." German colony will locate. dollars. The girls prepared all these f 515tf.IIMIIIIIIIIMIIHIIIIIIIIIMMMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.

i One acre on Sanibel island pro- things without the help' of their 300ILLUSTRA

AEROPLANES FORMED GUARDOF duced sixty-nine barrels of melons, mothers. There are twelve of them

HONOR AT BURIAL which sold at an average of $1 each. and they were all present. They meet TIONS

Farming company capitalized at every Tuesday at 4 p. m. with Miss
Vienna, June 25.Twenty aero- $100,000, organized in Duval county to Speer. Next Friday several of her :

planes, flying mourning flags and cultivate several thousand acres. girls accompanied by Misses Speer, Popular MechanicsMagazine

manned by aviators from several nations : New White Sailors
the church "WRITTEN SO YOU CAN .
The members of Baptist UNDERSTAND IT"
formed of honorat
a flying guard
the funeral today of the Austrian have contracted for a fine pipe organ, Takes Off Freckles, A GREAT Progreu Continued which you Story may of begin the World readingat :.

officers and killed in the to cost $2,400. With two instrumentsof any time and which will hold your
men tragic Removes Tan. interest forever. You are living in the best I. The latest fad l
that kind, including the larger one
air catastrophe of last Saturday. year of the most wonderful age of what is .

r An enormous crowd of people including I ordered by the Presbyterian church, eautifyyour complexion. Get A doubtless resident the of greatest Mars world would in gladly the universe.pay- I.

archdukes, members of the a first class band, and a large manI rid of those freckles. You can fcl Afift FORONEYEAR'S I
invest SOc in a jar of \\1LSOX'S 'l' SUBSCRIPTION .
Austrian cabinet and foreign military I dolin club, second to none, the music FRECKLE CREAM tothis magannem order keep informed of : IN THE EAST

attaches were present. While the loving residents and visitors of Bra- and they'll disappear. Severe our progress m Engineering and Mechanics. .
Are you reading it? Two millions of
funeral service was in progress the dentown will have abundance of en- cases may require two jars-. neighbors are and it is the favorite magazine your :
no more. We positively in thousands of the best
small aircraft circled round and round tertainment next winter.Bradentown guarantee homes. It appeals to all classes-old American .
this, and if your complexion and .
the cemetery and then flew off .in Herald. isn't fully restored to young-men and women. I MISSES: HAMILTON & DUNN
The "Bho 1 I'otea" Department (Y0( paM .
company. iti natural beauty, we agree to refund your gives eay way to do tilings-how to mate .
CARNATIOXS-Fresh cut carnationsand money without argument. And in addition useful trtidei for home and shop repairs etc.
The nine victims of the disasterwere WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine fragrant Amateur Xeckwiei"(10 paces)tella bow to I.
Johann Hauswirt lieu- roses. J. M. Caruthers. toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow, make Mission furniture,vireleea ootflts,boats Agents for Barclay CorsetsMcCall's .
Capt. 6-8-3t and does positively remove TAX and engines magic and all the things a boy lore*! .
tenants Ernest Hofstetter, Flatz FREC! LES. Try it at our risk. Price SOti I Isent $1.50 mt YEAH. SINCE COPIES IS CENTS' .
by mail if desired. Mammoth jars 100. f Asks rrar nie&t to.6..,..K.or .
Hocsta, Bruer and Haidinger; Cor- If your paper is not delivered WILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP 2Sc:. Wilson wan R TREE SAMPLE COPY TODAY Patternstlllll..IIICIIICIII.I'IIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIII.
Freckle Cream Co., Charleston, S. c., Bakers.
porals Hadina and Weber, and Engi- promptly, don't fail to notify the office. For sale by POP. .AR MECHANICS CO. :
319 W.WMhiogtoo $t,QOCACO .
neer Kammerer. For the news, read The Sentinel. j. N. MCELROY ...


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THE DAILY HISTORIC CITY I the Korn factory following the explosion Bicknell,,national director of the Red I|.t HiilMMHHMiMM* .

one person was seriously hurt. Cross, left today for Salem to direct
i' South Florida SentinelMORNING (Continued from page 1.) I The first spread of the fire was on relief work. The Red Cross has sent

FY AND WEEKLY used in the manufacture of patent the west side of the city at the foot $5,000 and is prepared to raise a OUR FOURTEENTH

JOSiAH FERRIS Editor ud Owaer.T leather. This factory stood near the I of Gallows Hill. Territory about two larger fund if necessary. Mabel T.

foot of Gallows Hill, famous as the miles long and more than half a mile Boardman, chairman of the national
Entered at the poetoffice at Orlando Flor- hanging place of witches in early wide
.. extending from Proctor and relief board of the Red Cross, also
k: u Second Class Mail Matter.
colonial days. A high wind carried Boston streets on the north to Jefferson will go to Salem.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the flames through the manufacturing avenue on the south was de Secretary Garrison today called

Daily 1 Year ..........................5.00 district and thence southeastwardto
vastated. In
Daily, 6 Months ....................... 2.50 this 'district are Proctor upon Col. H. L Hawthorne at Fort Saturday
,, Daily 3 Months ...................... L2S the heart of the city and across a Pope, Broad, Hawthorne, Win- Warren in Boston harbor to forwarda
Dally, 1 Month ....................... 50 I
thickly populated tenement district to throe :Mount Vernon, Endicott and complete report of conditions in

Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 the water front. A shift in the wind Peabody streets, on which virtuallyall Salem. Mr. Garrisn said the army
Weekly 6 Months ....... .............. 7i sent the fire northward along Lafayette the structures were destroyed.In I would co-operate in relief work if

TO ADVERTISERS: street, where scores of the city's the meantime falling embers ,! Massachusetts authorities found their

finest residences were burned. The started fires in South Salem and the;: resources inadequate.

Copy for display aid all .,Ji er hand-let fire spread out to another manufacturing more exclusive residential part of the'

ffict dvrrtiiint of the most Sentinel be handed not later in at than the business 2 p. m.UM center on the shore of the harbor city. All the available fire fighting BOY NARROWLY ESCAPES SALE

day before publication. This rule applies and destroyed large factories. In apparatus was in the historic Gallows!'
to chances for contract advertising; it isUrariablc t DROWNING
and will be strictly adhered to. the intervening area scores of business -j I Hill section, where it had responded :i

houses were swept away. The to a general alarm and South Salem j
Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discon- i i i Myron Carter, the twelve year old
tinued should notify the office in writing en Salem hospital was among the buildings was left unprotected. !I!
;. grandson of Mr. J. H. Lee,of Oviedo,
the date of burned.
expiration otherwise it will be
For several hours the fire in this
continued at the regular subscription rates narrowly escaped drowning in Lake
potfl notice to stop is recei fed. Great quantities of apparatus from district was confined to a small oval, I t I Charm yesterday, according to the Should be and will be of EXTRA SPECIAL inter-

neighboring cities assisted in fightingthe but as evening approached the flames i report of Mr. Peck, the popular Seaboard est, including as it does all the Big reductionsthat t
SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914. flames. Near the Boston & Maine spread in all directions, destroyingscores
conductor. The boy, who could have been manifest during our FIRST ANNUAL
railroad station several buildingswere of residences in the district, not swim, was in bathing and while
THE WEATHER dynamited and the firemen at including many handsome homes on clinging to a boat it drifted into deep WHITE SALE, Saturday night terminates

last gained the upper hand, savingthe the most fashionable thoroughfares water and the boy in some manner this e-ent-an event which has meant

Florida: Local thunder showers northeastern part of the city.A in Salem. j lost his hold on it. many new customers and many dollars saved to

Saturday and probably I Sunday. separate fire, which the police Orphan Asylum Burned j He had gone down twice when rescued those who participated in this sale of sales.

say was of incendiary origin, destroyed The city orphan asylum, sheltering' and was almost beyond resusci- -AND-
thirteen in North
Y dwellings 150 persons, was destroyed. All the tation when rescued, but a little
Arcadia wants a'slogan worth five Salem and threatened the plant of children were saved. i! strenuous effort brought him around on Saturday night will be put on Sale many items
a the Salem Oil from each section of the
dollars. company. The Salem hospital was the next all right. store. Dress goods,
k o How the Fire Ate Its Way Silks Linens Muslins Laces
Embroideries Hosiery
prey of the flames. Patients were removed

There is talk of building a bridge The burned buildings included the to safety on stretchers. During NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSBids Wash Goods-and Ready-to-Wears. We

across the Indian river at Titusville. plants of a score of manufacturing the excitement a daughter was mention a few:

o companies, among them the big factory born to Mrs. Rosetti, an inmate. I will be received by the City
of I Council up to 2 p. m., June 30th, for
Naumkeag Cotton Mills, twiceas There to''
Villa doesn't care who has the title was no apparatus here the construction of 450 lineal feet of AT THE SAME HOUR-SEVEN-BE THERE
1 of chief so long as he has the most many business places, St. Joseph'sRoman check the flames, which licked up'1! board fence to surround aseptic tank

Catholic church, recently scores of tenements and high wooden i on South street. Specifications can 1200 YARDS
guns. erected at a cost ot a quarter of a i be seen at office of City Clerk. 750; YARDS
apartment houses. St. Joseph's Grass Lawns,
o I E. F. SPERRY, Mayor. Silk Turssah. Silk Ra
million dollars, the orphan asylumand church and the adjoining school and i I Attest: Crepes and Fancy Ratines tines, Silk Eponge in
; Other presidents have told congress more than 200 residences and convent buildings made ready fuel I I t CARL JANSEN, City Clerk. -in a host of new colorboth plain and stripe effects -
what it should do but Wilson ings and
6-27-2t designs. fine of colorings
tenement buildings. Among these ransre -
for the flames.
y goes further and makes it do it. l j 2, 3. and 4-tone effects. worth 75c and 85c
residences were colonial houses which At the start the water pressure]j Worth up to 45c Satur yard Saturday

o artists have declared to be the finest was low and when the fight had be-1 I! NOTICE day night -----_____16c night _____.u____ __23c
An exchange suggests that the types of that architecture in the come desperate a great water main Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8

f Kissimmee Valley-Gazette, having country. broke, rendering the firemen virtually I of Chapter 4888 Lass of Florida STOCK UP WELL ON WHITE GOODS YOU

lost Editor Triplett, will be Determined Notice is hereby given that Henry Keeven.
satisfiedwith effort was made to helpless. Meantime calls for assist WILL
; of Florisant, Mo., purchaser of tax certificate NEED THEM
twins. stop the fire at the Boston & Maine ance had been sent to nearby cities ;<: :;0. 28, dated the 3rd day of June, A. D. ,
1912, has filed said certificate in office,
I my
0 railway station, close to the centerof and an enormous quantity of apparatus : and has made application for tax deed to
Lieutenant Porte has postponed his the city. Several garages were responded. j* issue in accordance with law. Said certificate LINENS CIIAMBRAYS .
embraces the following described property All flax
aerial voyage across the Atlantic. dynamited after a tower in the -I I The Manchester, N. II., engine Undertook I J situated in Orange county Florida to-wit: 36 inches, wide natural, heavy color ar l, In solid colors the famous -
West half of northwest southwest
The oftener he postpones it the longer road yard had burned. to pump water from the quarter and southwest quarter of southeast medium weights. Ideal
Red Seal
: he will live. The entire district occupied by the ocean. Boston, Lynn.and other cities 'i i quarter section 21. township 20 south. for separate skirts, Children's 15-Cent
range 21 east. The said land being assessed
.0 Italian and Greek colonies was de sent apparatus and details of police. I II ; at the date of such certificate in the name Rompers, etc. etc. quahtyour choice of
vastated. Most of the the combined efforts of the j of Delta Canal Company. We get 35c and 50c for
2,000 But greatest 1,000 yards, Saturday
time of the personswho 1
we .see a copy Unless said certificate shall be redeemed these, Saturday

Zolfo Springs Truth it makes us had homes in that district were I aggregation of fire fighting ma-1 I according the 2Mh to day law of tax July.deed A.will D. 191LWitness issue thereonon night__ -----------_23c night _______uu_ 1Vzc
ashamed of the sheet we used to housed at the Y. M. C. A. building, chines seen here were futile and when i my official signature and seal this

print in that town. the state armory, police stations and darkness fell dynamite was used. I the(Seal 27th day of June B.A.M.D. ROBINSON.1914. SATURDAY NIGHT LAST CALL WHITE

oNo the other public buildings. A second body was taken from the: Clerk Circuit Court Orange County Fla. SALE BARGAINS
Refugees Hurry From City I ruins this forenoon but it was so''
'y' one has brought the largest
All roads leading out of the city charred that the sex could not be IMMIIMIMIMMItMilMT. LACES
watermelon to this office for us to I EMBROIDERIES
were crowded with refugees on foot, 1 determined. II I
brag on. In the words of the editorof I Hundreds of yards-in- Our stock clearance
in automobiles and all sorts of con During the forenoon train and trolley : F. HOURIHAN
I sertions, edges Corset ,
the Bingville Bugle, we "wonder all oJds and ends in edges,
why?" veyances. Many carried all they had service was resumed and stores i Cover laces flounces, etc., insertions, allovers, etc.,
saved of their household possessions in the business section were reopened, j Licensed Plumber and etc., all widths and all etc., all widths, at a frac
0 Sanitary Engineer values up to 50c yd. Sattion of their cost Saturday
wrapped in sheets and shawls over Prompt response was ,made to a' J on
The Punta Gorda Herald has discovered their shoulders. public appeal for relief issued by Estimates Furnished. Jobbing night ------__ lOc urday night at, yd _.10c

., that religion played a prominent the in the factory Governor Walsh. C. Frick of Promptly Attended to.
in the
part recent congressional of the Korn Leather companythe Philadelphia, sent a check for $25,- PHONE 6z9
campaigns in the third and fourth MUSLINS IN THE STATE
fire quickly jumped to adjoining '000. Many wagons and automobiles 106 Court Street
property. More than twenty factory loaded with food came in from sur

o buildings and scores of dwellings and rounding cities. ORLANDO, FLORIDA DOLLY CREPES VARDEN 3,500 YARDS

Somebody else has discovered Co!. small stores were quickly destroyed. Red Cross Sends $5,000 4-sl-im White Madras, White

Roosevelt's river and says it is really During a panic among employes in Washington, June 26.-Ernest P. MIMIIIMIIIMMMMMMtHHIIMMHiMMMtlMMItllUHilllMnMMMiMIIMtl of Last these call dainty- 500 fabrics yards in Swiss striped.Mulls Lawns, Figured, Stripea and

there. Somebody else discovered Dr. good of
range colorings Pique, striped Ratines,
Cook's north pole, but there was a and designs. We have Fancy Riplettes etc., etc.,
different sequel , priced them for quick not a yard worth less

clearance. Worth 12c than 25c, many up to 50c ,
o You RECEIVEPROMPT and 15c. Saturday yard. All day Satur-

= The State Board of Health credits ; ; night -------____ _6 Yzc day _______ _____ _12 Kz .
Orlando with less than five thousand


behind the times when it comes to FOR THE MONEY

population figures. McELROY'S PHARMACY .


One county commssioner's district Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in Drugs. FHCAE 20. Try our Ice Cream. I Itllllllllllllllllll..IIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIII.,111"1", 20 Summer Suits, all the 50 SAILOR HATS

in DeSoto county has bonded for : newest styles and fab 50 Untrimmed Shapes.
$350,000 for good roads. Florida is I Ranging in values from Your choice Saturday 23c;

building roads faster than any state 1 $17.50 to $t5 .

in the Unoin, according to density of HillimimitlMIIIIIMtMMIHtnMMmtttHMttnMMMtlMIIIIIIMMIMMi, : Until Sold Saturday $10 TRIMMED HATS

population. I, LINGERIE WAISTS Our policy of not carry.
ing any trimmed hats
o I Another delivery makes
II It over from one season to
Senator Bryan has won his fight our assortment handsomer another exemplified Sat

for the appointment of P. A. Dignan : however than ,ever will-remain the price the urday for r

} for postmaster at Jacksonville, but I II same for 98c. to $1.50 val -23go -

F Senator Fletcher says he will oppose ATTRACTIVE GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATES I: ues. All day Saturday on sale at 1.98

____59c Worth to $10.00MEN'S
confirmation to the bitter end. It is I ---------- up

an unusual situation, probably unprecedented Commencement Day-an important event in the : RATINE COATS
lives of should receive t We have made up our FURNISHINGS
and doubtless both Senators young people some fitting
will of appreciation and to commemorate the : minds to see the last of All wool 2-Piece bathing
appeal to what is known as encouragement these and priced them Suits
senatorial courtesy. Which one will occasion. What could be more fitting than a gift of : accordingly. $3.00., Saturday ____$2.25;

get the most courtesy remains to be Jewelry? : Values up to $9.00 Two-Piece Cotton Bath
Saturday $4.50
t ------
seen. ing Suits, Regular value
Values to $12.50
o DIAMONDS AND WATCHESWe : up $1.00 Saturday _____ 73c
Saturday -- _______$6.98
The Tampa Times concludes that Values up to $19.50 Any stiff Straw hat'n
the Speer investigation is a powerful direct the attention of relatives and friends to Saturday __uu_ $11.98 the store Saturday _$1.90

argument against the recall of the many pretty and suitable Gifts to be had at this :
store. From the most inexpensive of this GROCERY DEPARTMENTALL
judges, and says he was the victim new t
of persecution. Possibly he was, but est novelties, to the Exquisite Gift of a Beautiful Diamond DAY SATURDAY
or a Dependable Watch, we offer exceptional values
all the evidence, pro and con, was 1
Golden Dale Butter
1 I and assortment.A 21 lbs Fancy Japan
taken and in its report the congressional 3 Ibs --__________$1.00
, ; committee didn't paint any I visit to our store will be appreciated and involvesno Walnut Meats, lb _..60c Rice $1.00

obligation to buy.T.H.Evans. Pecan Meats Ib 73c
wings on the Georgia jurist. Had he I --- 10 lb. Pail Snowdrift
Lemons, doz '------ 25c
been all a judge should be such an Welch Grape Juice, per _________u $1.00

investigation, no matter by whom inspired I pint ______- ____ 23c
: ; 4-lb Pail Snow.
would have resulted in the I Welch Grape juice,
per drift _____ __ ___
complete confounding of his enemies.. I Io quart ____________ JOe 40c.

} Editor Benjamin, of the Ocala Star,

is as proud of a new desk, cuspidor,

waste basket and pair of shears as a
DI O .IV ( to.
colored gentleman is of loud clothes.

He is making the Star one of the

ti livest dailies in the state, and deserves the JewelerOPPOSITE

all the conveniences which
have come to him in the way of a DEPARTMENTAL S STORE

new office. Ten years ago, when the
writer was employed in the Star POSTOFFICE I

office, Benjamin did more work than Orlando's Favorite Shopping placeHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.I.

any two men in it, and his office
fixtures consisted of a little table

about two feet square and a chairwith ..

(k the back broken off. _
i .


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WADE I o FAVORITE THEATRE j The Lakeland Evening Telegram (fI" 'I "0. "CI

i, ORLANDO THE TUNER, FLA. SI S. GrillmBUYS U i Open 2 p. m. and 6:30 p..-m.- I marriage gives the at following Auburndale account on Wednes-of the "''Gel It III t Allen

o day evening of Miss Ruth Baynardto .
I Admission 5 cents I Mr. J. H. Penn. t
fI 0

,t Mr. W. J. High, of Maitland, spent iDallDODGllDGDGllDGDGllDGDallDGQ The bride has many friends in Or- 1 I ...
lando, having been
: .s yesterday in town. rs PROGRAMAn very
among all who knew her during her
Capt. J. B. Wilson left last night f AND SELLS Imp. drama in two parts, "The stay at the Cathedral school, where

for Brunswick, Ga., for a short! trip \\atch Dog of the Deep." she graduated several Her
years ago.
A one reel Frontier comedy, "Slim's
Mr. T. E. F. Hoskins left yester- REAL ESTATE Sh tegy." sister, Miss Elizabeth Baynard, the Everyflmmlfett

+ day for New York city for a short The manager of the New York maid of honor, has since attended
vacation. -- lunch room held the lucky number in this school," and was here this year II

the contest Friday. until the recent commencement."A .
r Miss Eleanor Hatch, of West Palm
; 600 acres south of Winter !i
beautiful solemnized
Beach, is in the city visiting Miss wedding was .
; Garden and west of WILL MOVE INTO TEMPORARY at Auburndale last night when i
Helen Smith.
Gotha QUARTERS NEXT WEEK Miss Ruth Baynard became the brideof 'tttttt
I S. C. Baird, F. P. A. of the Illinois including 10 acre II
Mr. J. H. Penn, of Tampa, Rev.
Central, down from Jacksonville The
was en-
; ; orange grove. Wm.
Reeves, rector of St. Andrew'sEpiscopal
The Orlando Bank & Trust com-
yesterday on ; | tire tract covered with pany will be located in the Phillips church, Tampa, officiating. U is guaranteed in
Meet your friends, neighbors and "The
Baynard home is a typical
yellow pine timber. Two building at the northeast corner of
fellow citizens at Sunday school every -
I Pine street and Orange avenue dur- and
Sunday in July. miles of lake shore. colonial every part
ing July and August, while the pres- D
Mr. L D. Jones, manager of the ent bank building is undergoing extensive were beautifully and artistically decorated particular.

Florida Citrus Exchange, came up HMMIIIMIHIiilllillMMENDELSSOHN alterations.' Entirely new for the occasion, southern smi-

from Tampa yesterday on business. fixtures will be installed and when lax and white roses being used in

Mrs. W. G. Cadman and Miss Cad- CLUBA the bank returns to its home Sep- great profusion in the decoration of Every one amasterpiece.

man, of Narcoossee, were in town I tember 1st it will have among the the parlors while the dining room

yesterday on a shopping expedition. held neatest and most attractive banking was a veritable bower of asparagus .
special meeting was yester- ,
fern with which used beautiful
Friends of Mr. Gerald Mayer are quarters in the state. was
day afternoon, with President J. M.
glad to see him out again after a pink chrysanthemums."To All that we have
Cheney presiding, for the purpose of While the bank is in its temporary
siege of sickness at the McEwan san- selecting a director for the club for quarters business will not be inter- the strains of Mendelssohn's i
march the bridal descended sold have made
wedding party
itarium.Mr. -
next season. The club decided to en- fered with, and customers will receive -
Frank Guernsey is expected to gage Mr. Forrest Dabney Carr, whoso the usual prompt and courteous the broad stairway and took '
their in the where the I friends for
return tomorrow from Amityville, N. ably directed the club last season, attention, to which they have become places parlors j us.

Y., where he has been for the past and whose talent is recognized by the accustomed.The impressive wedding ceremony was

two weeks. a musical critics of our city. The workof contract for the remodeling is performed. Miss Elizabeth Baynardwas
the maid of honor and Mrs.
Mrs. Halter, who has been the the club in general was I discussedand held by the Southern Seating and Allen & Co.
Moulder, another sister of the bride,
guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. R. planned for next season, and they Cabinet company, but the contractfor n ,
matron of honor. Mr. Sullivan
was ,
Remsen, leaves: today for San Anto- only had to look back on what was building the vault and loweringthe
of Lakeland, best
was man.
nio, Texas. accomplished last season to instill enthusiasm floor to street level has been sub- Jewelers

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and I for the coming one. let to Hanner Bros. The fixtures to "About fifty friends of the happy

family expect to leave tomorrow be installed are unexcelled for beauty couple witnessed the ceremony and V Prompt Repairing.
showered them with congratulationsas
Hot to
; afternoon for Springs spend -
well as handsome wedding gifts, Everything Guaranteed.
the remainder of the summer sea-
HON. W. A. McRAE THANKS THE a lovely array of linen, silver, cut

son.Mrs. VOTERS' OF FLORIDATo glass and other valuable tokens of [6. .CO
B. C. Bridges, of Coleman, A merry group of young people friendship and esteem being on display =;o:=. "

Fla., underwent successful. opera- enjoyed an evening's frolic at Miss
the Democratic Voters of Florida in the dining room. ._- -- ,- -- - -- -- -
tion at the McEwan sanitarium yesterday Carrie Dade's home on Robinson
I desire to thank sincerely "After the a delicious
and is getting along very avenue, the Junior Daughters of the you ceremony till 11111 III Jill 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 11111 III I."
for the splendid vote you gave me salad course was served followed by
of the Cathedral
nicely. King, parish,
for re-election for the office of com- ice cream and cake, the cream being
will leave taining the members of the Servers'Guild.
Mr. P. G. Walton tomor- missioner of in the heart with jmfJlneflfrJ
agriculture primary shape a tiny cupid on
York and will sail y
row for New city,
held June 2nd. The official each heart. Fruit punch was servedon
{ from there on July 1st on the Acqua- Some exciting games filled the count shows that I have carried forty- the wide portico during the even-
tania for England to remain for the earlier part of the evening, with music I
seven out of fifty counties of the ing.
etc. Later delicious ice cream Ginger Ale
summer. state and with majority of 15,900.
and cake of several kinds was en- a "Before and after the ceremony a
Mrs. D. R. Ellerbe and Miss Eliza all. My race was a most remarkableone lovely musical program was rendered. ,
joyed by
E Wright returned yesterday from Among those present were Dean and I appreciate the loyalty of "After the wedding the bridal cou- The best drink for the hot weather. We just re
Plant City, where they have been the friends than I have wordsto
my more ple left for points on the East Coast,
guests of Mrs. Harry Root for the and Mrs. Remsen, Mr. and Mrs. Hurl- ceived a supply of Beufont Ginger Ale in bottles.
burt, Mr. and Mrs. Dade, Misses Hel- express. where they will enjoy a wedding
t past week. My race was conducted on a high
trip, going later to Tampa where
en Warlow, Dorothy Johnson, Bertha ,
Miss' Dorothea Mann left yesterday Dawson, Helen Hurlburt, Ruth Isaac- and honorable plane and at no time Mr. Penn is engaged in the automo- Keep Sanitary
{ for St. Luke's hospital at New York did I indulge in anything that might bile business. I
son, Norah James, Edith Davids and
r city. Miss Mann has been spehding Carrie Dade; Messrs. Gerald Hurl- savor of unclean politics. The great "The bride is a lovely girl, pos- Santi-Flush will keep Closet Bowls clean. We sellit.

h vacation with her parents here, burt, Carl Dawson, Edgar Thompson, support accorded me by you, I feel sessed of many charming traits of

Bishop and Mrs. Mann, at the Bish- Fitzhugh Dade, Harry James, Frank sure is in a large measure due to character, and has a large numberof .

opstead. : Allen and Wilson Brooks. your love of justice and right. The admiring friends here who extendto

Mrs. Pearl Reese Tabor, of Bir- fact that you had faith in me and my both their best wishes and con-

mingham, Ala., will leave July 2nd cause and desired my success makes gratulations."
Mrs. J. Robinson Murphy,left yes- I THE
for her home. Mrs. Tabor has made terday for New York city. Mrs. Mur- this one of the proudest. periods of

many friends while here, who will be phy recently sold her home here and my life. MOONPAIGEMrs.

glad to know she expects to return goes back to New York now to again I again thank you in all sincerity. CARUTHERS & GORE

for the winter. take up her folk-lore and concert !, W. A. McRAE, Mary F. Moon, of Taft, a for-
Commissioner of Agriculture. Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
Why July? We have been asked. work. Mrs. Murphy has been a resi- mer resident of Orlando, was mar-
Tallahassee, Fla., June 25, 1914. ried June 23rd to Mr. Isaac H.
Because that is the month the men dent of Orlando for twenty-five years on

have least to do here in Orlando, and though she expects to spend most Paige, of Glencastle, New York, the

r and because if you come a month we of her time North, we hope she will YOUNG MOTHER DIES ceremony being performed in Wash- .\ CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

are sure you will continue. It's a continue to call Orlando her home. ington, D. C., by Rev. George S. Dun- '
; Mrs. Lillian Butler died at her \ FUNERAL DESIGNStlltMttttttttMlttlMtilMIMttfillillliillt
month's trial we ask for.
home on West Pine street yesterday can.A cousiiof the bride, :Mrs. Stella
Weathersbee and Mr.
morning, and the body was preparedfor Duvall of matronof
David Rogers' went up to Sanford THE SUMMERThe Washington, was
shipment to her former home at
yesterday and brought back a hand- Home Laundry will close for honor. iiimiilliHIIMitlMMIMMIMMMMMMIiHItliiGRAND
some grey Stutz roadster, which was the summer June 27th. "Will open I Williston by Undertakers Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Paige left for a two- ,
October 1st. At that time we will & Gore, Rev. E. T. Poulson conducting weeks' wedding trip after which they
the San Juan I ,
purchased through
give good service when help is scarce. the funeral services yesterday
will to their future home at Glen-
L. Giles. go VIEWNewest
Garage by Mr. Jas. Thanking our patrons for the past
afternoon at three o'clock.
castle, where the good wishes of
You will be surprised how much business, we hope to see them again
October 1stHOME Mrs. Butler came to Orlando with friends will attend them.
better it will make you feel and how I LAUNDRY, Rolla Reel. her husband and children from Wil-
much more you will think of your- 6-23-1w
liston only a few months ago. She YOTHERS APPOINTED DEPUTY
self if you get up at 7 or 8 o'clock
of and is
was about thirty
dress and Buy your garden seed from DeLa-
Sunday morning, mingle
survived by her husband, two chil-
& Just received
with others Sunday morning than to ney Abernethy. a and most up-to-date hotel in
big shipment of fresh seed. 3-13-tf dren, her mother, Mrs. M. J. Stringer, Mr. W. W. Yothers received notice
lay around home all morning half and one brother, Mr. 0. L Strinfer. yesterday that he had been appointed
Canton. Situated Academy Heights.
dressed, unbathed and unshaved, as Up to date painting, papering, etc., deputy inspector for this sec- on
many do. Try it in July. is the kind you want. Where to get nursery
it? That's easy, phone, 636. W. T. Eat Eat all what you want.want. tion of the state, acting under the direction Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River
Entrican. 1-20-tf you of Inspector Berger, of
Ice cold melons at Self Marketon Take a postscript and forget it.
East Pine street. 6-26-lw II For sale by all durggisK Gainesville. Mr. Yothers is in chargeof Valley. One of the finest views in Wes
Try the Sentinel Job Department. Pl-d&w-lyr the sub-experiment station of the

government here, which is doing good tern North Carolina. Open July first. !

I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IMIMMttMMMMHIIMM r work in the effort to destroy the

I111111111111I111111 white fly and other pests that injure

citrus trees. I

Mr. Yothers says he is now ready !

RJCRNTODAY"Footprints to inspect whenever called upon to MRS. J. R. McFADYEN

do so and suspects that he will do ,

some inspecting when not called

1 upon. 6*>.d&w CANTON, N. C.


of Mozart," a beautiful two reel American .-,1",1111111111111111111111111111111111111111,111111,

feature with Winifred Greenwood Ed Coxen and will be easy for you to help fill The men who are behind the Sun-
this want for men. The Baraca classof jMHtMlillMHiMllilMl
day school movement are deeply in
s George Fields in the roles the Baptist Sunday school have
| leading earnest and are more than anxious to Shoe Repairing
just started a campaign to increase :
see and welcome you in Sunday school
"Hospital Romance reel Reliance their class to the 100 mark. You will
a one during July at least. Won't you by PARCEL POSTMen' I
find them good, sociable young men,
{ "Playmates, a one reel Majestic. and a most excellent teacher in Mr.

Tenny. Mr. Tenny was formerly a Half Soles, 7se to Sse

"Our Mutual Girl is here again with things professor in Cornell university, justat IIMIIMMIMM Udies' H Soles, 60c to 75c
this time he is connected with the Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750

; ; of interest. .. Growers' and Shippers' League of I Geo. C. DolivePhone Hand Turned Soles, $Lau

this state, is a man of affairs and Heels Repaired, 2jc

| jj | .That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away certainly worth hearing. A hearty All work returned in 24 hours <

; ; ; again tonight to the holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. welcome at 9:30 awaits a. m.every, in the man Arcade in Orlando the- J T LIVERY.1 1 OrdtT without C. 0. D.remittance We pay returned '

First floor 10 Cents. 5 Cents room formerly occupied by the Peo- return postage.
Balcony Children 5 Cents ple's National bank. Go to this class

Sundays and spend a pleasant and A. Hansen
Children under twelve admitted free to matinee if accompanied profitable hour. _

by adult purchasing first floor ticket. 248 or 355IMMMMIIIIIIItltltlM I mum rig East-Pie.Street FLORIDAMiMIIIIMIiiBMIMIilffB(

Go to Curtis & O'Neal's, the lead-

I"II'II'IIIIII"'IIII'IIIII'II"IIIIIIIIII'I"111111'111J11"i&& iijj "iiif ing stationers for 26 years. .


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The following paper on Florida was Atlantic City N. J., June 25.-The I

.'4 read by Miss Marie Pitchford, at a American Medical association in con- MUNNIMAKERS
: recent meting of the Wo an's. Club vention here today discussed the Ab-
Notice of Lost. Wanted For Sale For
.of Miami. derhalden test for cancer. A paper Bent ete.. for this eolcmn. 2ac for one day. JVAiH LUMBER COMPANY.
"While studying about the natural by Dr. Emil Abderhalden, of Halle, foe for three days_, 'or fLOO for one week for
IS word or 1 Money must ccontpM:
wonders of America surely we Germany was read. Dr. Chester M. the advertisements for tins.?column as no
would include the most wonderful of Echols, of Milwaukee, said the test inoertktns will be made on credit ,

states, Florida. For Florida is, in was sure only in a negative sense. ORLANDO
regard to natural features, the most i The consensus of opinion was that FOR SALE t

interesting state in the union. Blessed physicians of the country should wait Nirsery stock, one, two, three and
four year old buds; Foster Early,
with the most genial of climates, and until further light was thrown upon 'Pineapple Java, Homosassa, Washington ,
with plant and animal life of an order the new test theory.Dr. Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle* :

:Y different from all other states,, William H. Best, of Brooklyn, Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-U Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE

' yet also with many characteristics N. Y., read a careful analysis of the

t of a temperate zone, she entirely surpasses use of salvarsan, opening a new field FOR SALEMitchell'roadster; rare .iMMIIMIMMMMIMMMMMMIIMIMMMMItllltH *

F ,her sister states. No wonder for this remedy. He declared salvarsan bargain; recently completely over- FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES

t the Spaniards named it "Pascua fort is a tonic of value in many cases hauled and made good as new in ev- AND DO ALL KINDS OF
ery part; guaranteed first class con-
ida"' when after weeks of hard fight- of depleted nervous vitality.
dition; must W sold at once, even at OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
;, ing at sea they came upon a land A statement by Dr. Henry A. Cot\ sacrifice. Come, or address, White

L filled with an oriental and tropical ton of the New Jersey State hospital Rock 423tfFOR Poultry Farm, Leesburg, Fla. II

richness, where the rivers seemingly for the insane, that incipient paresiscan f ORLANDO

floated with flowers and perfumeand be arrested by salvarsan treatment -
SALE-An A-l motor boat.
vines trailing the water mingled provoked a discussion and a division Eighteen feet long and has four W .
with the aquatic plants of many tints. as to the method of adminis- horse power engine. Will sell rea-

y And where grew forests of cypress tering it.Secretary'. sonable. Call at J. L Empie boat I
shop on Gould street. 6-18-2w Water & Co.
r: swatched in mosa; graceful palms, L H. RAMSDELL Light
4i; and palmettos, the magnolia, the red I,
of Agriculture Houstonis FOR SALE-Fine
cedar and the live oak, all intertwined -. young buggy or
with countless varieties of flowers I very busy determining "what is price saddle reasonable.horse; sound Phone and 1021.gentle; (Sueceuor to Dr. 0. P. Likta) I
wine?" And he not assistance -
can get
ing shrubs and vines. And as the 6-25-3t
from the grape juice end of ORLANDO, FLORIDA I
Spaniards traversed these rivers and ElectricityGas
the cabinet.-Austin Statesman.and FOR SALE-Six room house on lot II
lakes it is not surprising that they fruit
184x180. Forty bearing trees. -I
were led to believe that this was the Will sell for $1,900. Address Box
most wonderful land ever created, more tourists who have become 294. 6211wI jIMimiillMMIIilHMHFor
and filled with gold, from which permanent residents. Life is a Water Ice | i

they would suddenly become thing of delicious enjoyment in this I FOR SALE-A good little mare, _
# source
1.000 pounds sound, gentle, a good Sale
y clime and forgets about
rare one even
rich.The worker, nine years old. in good order;
islands of Lake Okechobee the heavy snows and the swollen riv- also good wagon. Will take $110 for '
;; dotted over with numerous Indian and ers in other less fortunate parts. horse and wagon, worth $200; haveno OR Office--No. 18 West Central' Aveo _

pirate relics with the hints of Span. Life of all kinds abounds here and Fla.use for her. J. E. Tracy 6-23-lwk, Taft,

F ish civilization. The old Spanish the richness and profusion invite en- EXCHANGEFive

! "conquistadores," Ponce de Leon and joyment and ease. FOR SALE-One motor boat 20 feet
long, seven horse engine,
t Fernandode Soto both heard of this With Florida's phosphate quarries fully equipped, up to date power, practicallynew Room House, built Telephone No. 6

lake and sought to find it, but with- .in the middle and western portions ;' bargain for cash. R. B. Brock, of cement blocks
out success. The early Indians of of the state, the sponge industry of I Oakland, Fla. 6-26-3t 24x36,

the interior looked upon it as the Key West, the orange groves and the Cartright shingles two I
!'- of the infinite and the and with truck farm- FOR SALE-A few young registered I
fit symbol tropical plants, Poland China boars. If interested lots 100x150 some young
vastness filled the red men with awe ing, we are all somewhat familiar. answer at once. Address. J. H., care and I
and their imagination supplied what And the waters yield an abundanceof Sentinel 6-23-tf peach, orange grape- y

they could not discover. It was the 'II' fish even specimens that are sup- Find what you want in Sentinel fruit trees. Driven well " " " '

: paradise of the Indian, his happy posed to be extinct. "wants. 200 feet. 1.I- '

a hunting ground on earth. Situatedin Earth and and all unite :
t sky sea Address To the West and NorthwestVIA
the middle of the Everglades, here to form a garden spot of the WANTED white woman compe-I
tent for general housework. Ref-I
Lake Okechobee is a good exampleof world earth for all I I
paradise on nations
a erencej Good home and wages for Box 424 -
their character. But the greatest A land flowing with milk and right party. Phone 515. 6-21-3t ,

:i feature of the Everglades is the countless honey, where prosperity abides, and DIXIE LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND
variety of the feathered tribe. where richness and beauty awakens I ANTED-One thousand to five Kissimmee Florida

t Here dwells the scarlet ibis the gay- one's soul to enjoyment and delight. inch thousand one-inch feet of iron second pipe hand deliveredat two- SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
6-8-im .
decked wood ducks the beautiful
ly ,
A land of enchantment whose very Orlando or Plymouth. Address
*2 mallard, the gigantic blue heron, name breathes of beauty and romance 'R. M. Hudson, Healey Bldg., Attanta. Dixie SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

delicate song birds, all suggesting a is Florida. l:I Ga. 6-18-6t iiMMiiiiniimmiimLICE A. C. U......12 Limited.Jim S:F1rer.1 I Y Orlando ........................ Sllpm
h profusion of life that rivals that of I I WANTED-To exchange ten acres y Jacksonville Orlando A. C. L... S.45am : r Jacksonville ..................... 7:30 pm
.. 9.35am 8 :5pmI r Jacksonville A. C. L. 1:16pm
A. C. L. :
the vegetable world. I of land for a second-hand automo- T Jacksonville A. C. L......11:50am 10.25pm T Waycross A. C. L. .............10; 0pm
t Every one has heard of the fabled bile. 110 Summerlin Place. 26-3t I y Wayeross.Macon G. S. &: F....... &:13 pm <4:18< am r Macon. G. S. ft F. .............. 8:46 ass
+ r ..............
Atlanta. C. of Ga. 12
? C. of Ga....... 8:03 7.25am r aD
:, Fountain of Youth. Surely this myth ExcursionJuly r Atlanta. pm r Knoxville L. ft N. .............12.19pm
not entirely without foundation.For FOR RENT The lice question is quickly! r Chattanooga W. &: A..12:18am 11:55am r Gorton, L. ft: N. ................ I:16 11m ,
c was settled if you dust )ou* fouls iihj I r Nashville N. C. &: St. L <4<:511 am <4<:30 pm r Louisville L. ft N. .............. 8.00pm
have we not [many bepulfiful r Indianapolis pa. L. ............ ISOaai
s springs in Florida. Wonderful Silver FOR RENT-Two office spaces in Conkey's Lice Powder Ar St Louis, LCLftL.AN.: 2.50pm. 7:20 am Ar Leiington.. L. ft; N. ............ S.Sflpra
Springs lets out thousands of galonsof 3rd our store at No. 9 W. Church street. It's safe,quick and sure' 'Ar HopkiniTille, L. ft N........... 147pm Ar Cmcinanti L. ft: N. ............. 8:50 pmr
Come in and we will show you. Pierce Saves your poultry profits because it Ar Evaniville !.. I; N..... 8.28am i,25pm Kalamasoo. C. R. ft L ..........12.24pm
water without making a on .'......
Grand Rapids G. R. ft L 2.45pm
Electric Co. 3-29-tf Ar Terra Haute C. ft E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am r ;
j the surface. While the bottom of From JacksonvilleVia Kills the Lice t Ar Chicago. C. A; E. L..... 6.Hpm 6.50am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am

: this basin is silver studded with emeralds TO RENT-Some very desirable mod- Doesn't Harm Chickens l
cents cents
odd formations of lime and so houses. 563.
ern Daetwyler, phone
the mites that hide m the ends by
composed of section drawing-
Solid train Solid train composed of electric nhtHmwin..room
4-26-tf day and prey on chickens at night,
pellucid are the waters that they poultry have cab sprayyour Ak Fa1 oom sleeping cars, observation cempartmeat
and coaches
C..k..l Pullman sleeping car -
seem suspended in the air rather than FOR RENT-Six room house in first Conke/s Lice Liquid "t Chicago an and, dining and section car. between drawing-room Jacksonville sleeping and between Jacksonville and Cincinnati and
floating in the water. Gigantic for- class condition. No. 210 N. Orange deans them out thoroughly/ Quart 35 ar between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville Louisvilir ana Indianapolis;
est trees surround this basin, which Atlantic Coast LineTo avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- COW For the hall deadly giltofl bead W cents louse use gifloa JIWL DIXIE FLYER through sleeping ear between Jacksonville and

is nearly a mile in circumference lando... Bank & Trust. Co. 5-28-tf CONKEY'S HEAD UCE Solid train carrying, electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
-"' OINTMENT artment observation sleepers and electlw Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand
and repeat themselves in perfectly First-
ighted section drawing-room sleepers.
Sand of each week. Dining ear
Native and doesnl harm chicks 10 i Thursdays
MISCELLANEOUSBIG lass coaches and smoking Dining car
translucent water. For sixty feet 2S cents. Money back these car. service between Atlanta and CincinnatLf..M
preparations$do not Misty erves meals a la carte. \
'' I
downward one can look and see dup ..TTCtClnUOmUJ.OUP. I
tlt tb nU1X.'
licated the of the world. +;
scenes upper Augusta, Ga . . .$ 4.00 PLANTS of the famous Nancy Hall F. LAUBACH W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent.

Near Magnolia is Green Cove Atlanta, Ga . . 6.00 variety at $L25 per thousand. Hart's Atlantic Coast Line. Orlando .
M Springs famous for curing rheumatism Choice banana plants at lOc. apiece,
Birmingham, Ala . 8.00 100. Now is --
c and a hundred other complaints. or $5.500 per a good t.IIIIIIIJII.IIII.11 ---

It is composed of a series of warm Chattanooga, Tenn . 8.00 time Farm to set either. The Bear's Head it Mcmiiiiiiiii 1111>VM i M 111111 i H> 1111111.1 HM>Vi MmaM I Vi i I
Pine Castle, Fla.
sulphur springs, the water of which II Macon, Ga . . . 4.00 6-4-d6t-wlt

is pale blue and transparent. In other Richmond, Va . . 10.00 TIME
parts of Florida are Tarpon Springs Tomato, Egg plant, Pepper Crates, IT'S TO TAKE UP THE U HOUSE
Hampton Springs, White Springs, Norfolk, Va . . 10.00 at F. F. Dutton's Sanford Fla.

; and numerous others containing curl Wilmington N. C. . 8.00 5-19tf.

; ative qualities. If Ponce de Leon Sentinel want ads. are money get-
T/ could have found them might not the Tickets sold July 3rd, from ters. Try them.Don't .

fabled Fountain of Youth have claimed Jacksonville only. Final limit to f FURNISHING O QUESTION( IN REAL[ l

a realization in some of these re- July 14th. have Entrican wait for the every painter one in, town before C _
beautiful and
markably health'giv
you try. Am too busy to look you
ing sources? It would not be strange Good on all regular trains. For up. Phone 636, and I will be on the.

that they should be deemed to possessa information call on, or write to lob. 1-20-tf I- ; 1TEST fOur

a rejuvenating elixir and a restora- .
tion of youth vigor and A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., A. C. L. If you want you bicycle fixed in
energy. ft hurry take it to Warznan'i Repair
But Florida's greatest asset is her R. R. Jacksonville, Fla Shop. 125tf. stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

climate. Day after day of blue, blue J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone .delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

skies odorous and health giving 132, Tampa, Fla. 2, Orlando. 3-5-tf find what
to that
ocean breeze nil balanced with an e pleasure just you want at prices are reasona-

even temperature, with nights that ble in every sense of the word.

ti are still more perfect, these all be-

guile away the tourists' time. Egypt, HIIMIIIIIHttllllMlllillllUMiHMMHMIMMMIIIMMM _
'- Italy, California, all seem less won Ready for To-morrow ? ii
\ | CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
derful after having visited Florida
Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than
and each year Florida secures more other farm animals la order to insure thorough t am asiJII 8e Dee I | to purcliase goods on extended payments, without the expense of joining i < '
digestion of all the food eaten,and to make your STOCK MEDICINE witJareadier

horses feed for next day's work, add to their my find horses it,UYin regularly,proposition and \ \ clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
evening a teaspoonful of- on fed It also snakesthelnhealthLtluirinzand
.ti HEALYllHt

STOCK cleall.InJohnstozI. ; ; feature you.Kincaid.
Bee Dee

7C MORE DANDRUffUse MEDICINE RoTleiaNelxIt 11111 11111 11111 11111 II II Jill 11111 11111 I' 11111 11111 III I 1111ellll.

will lessen.your feed bills. ..
Parisian Sage. 25c,50c and $1.per cm.
It will increase your profits. At dealer's.
It's entirely needless to have un- loot P.B.1
sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A
little care is all that is needed to make
l SnowdenFurniture
it thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand
free from dandruff. Cow Peas! Co\v Peas: !

Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair

needs and is absolutely harmless. It Clays ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ....$3... per buhd .
quickly stops itching head and falling Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ..................... ss.:. per Uriel
hair, and is one of the best tonics to Unknown ... ... ... .... .... ... .......... ... ... ......... 125 per Lluhe of Character ,
invigorate the scalp and make the Wkippoorwilk ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... ..........3.0. per kwM
l hair grow long and beautiful. Mixed Peas .... ... ... ... ... .... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... 245 per kBlW ;
,' Get a bottle of Parisian Sage today We pay freight Oil aD orders for one build or acre at above prices. U wanted at Popular Prices )
I .......
from McElroy's Pharmacy or at in .
any large quantities wo will promptly aaiJ...aplea u4 {..tau.... a
drug counter. It costs, but 50 cents.
i;- Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff KILGORE
; dissappears-your head feels fine- SEED CO., Cor. Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, Florida
the hair is pretty and perfectly

-y healthy. PLANT CITY, I. I I I I FLORIDA 1 r+t\\\\t\" IIIIIIII IIII'I llllllltttf""ff" : : :fem.: :

Sentinel "wintf fin your wtnfc. ..' : .
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0' a Is the Coolest Place in Orlando '

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,,' ..", -- E We have a fine Chef and serve the best
:4, DELFULLY EQUIPPED AND DELIVERED $1,285 50c meal in town.

Condensed Specifications ,
=, u : Wheel base, 112 inches; motor, 1-2x5; four cylinders, cast Rooms with bath $J.OO.

:,,; ; loc unit power plant; cone clutch, selective transmission;

I :. _front, I-beam; rear, semi-floating; single drop frame; 12- Special rates for room and board by the.
; 'brakes, internal and ; springs-rear, threequarteric ;
; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 \ week.

a gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German sil-
: -sbaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:

..: th electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side ..
'E," jnps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

;. MAGRUDER & SON, Oakland Distributors

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\ fT mills at less -
tiU it it is made I DR. J. C .HOWELL A- THE MARKETOf

,..., fent of the 2ndTO
July ,Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo
:;'Q" J Labor Stature -
-cc f'F :' and the extra charge for house treatment Modern Seven Room Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

Telephone connections
i" i' 161'( ered by
I .y J :, middlings Savannah, Ga. $7.00 Office. cor. Orange and Central Area House. AND SALT MEATS
i act to grinding
n. \\ I -
ti'' ;.>:.i ',1:;' me, give I Charleston, S. C, 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME
,_, 'a"= and in addi-ir Warman's Repair Shop 0' Court st. Only four and one half
for I And return fromORLANDO 125tf.iHMilHMMMIMMHi. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
r = ';a' ; ; your
blocks from the
f t! ; tray ''ave the feed Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
.iJ.1 k n; >r is quoted office, East Side. A and
1 !the nuisance Via JUST of fruit.
i' "t ; OPENED variety We are We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
: .
: I et rid of it
Atlantic Coast Line oPOPE'S sell. this property everything in the Meat Line
:.. .JW it is the'byproducts going to

\... \:1., Tickets on sale July 2nd, final t and have put the
: if the annual
I = a limit July I4th. Tickets will | The

4 r i" ,,';>!'II.ably.the If world cot- be good on regular trains go- LUNCH COUNTER price at only $2350. PARLOR MARKET

d ... L. 'rhile to grow ing and returning. For information I SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : : Reasonable terms.
;;, or Pullman reser- ../ II \. N H. M. Self & Co.

t .. ,f'i roes confined vation, call on nearest Atlantic -
.. > Ion no such Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper Atha : PINE, STREET

<' illy raised in SODA FOUNTAIN : .
W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., Phone
h 1'-1 t reduced. The No. 80
j ; 114 South Orange Ave., Ground Floor
,1 -r- .'. of which the W. D. WHITE, D. T. A. : OPEN DAY AND NIGHT '
etable fruit ORLANDOY. Phone No. 311 miimiiiiMinniiiiiiaMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIilllllllllllMill
t "
i....: tv ),; source of R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger POPE & BUTT PROPS., t

.td ,J" .the value of Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division 37 w. CHURCH ST. o
.,(. t.; z- '. 'so enterpris- Passenger Agent I II t I
: I' t-j Kf VI! .':- at his place I TAMPA I I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'llllllt& . ++*+ I.GII.IOIIO ti4

; ':k: jug of toma-

'.;'*P,: es is a busi-
...'1. haul? -I overdone, sod

i -':12 '. ;sp pace with FdrQ300DAILY BETWEEN W. M. SLEMONSNew

... ; y .
r h::: DW millers to ., : BUFFALO
--. of the
1. i- ; t' t raw
-'I j .t :: oducts make LEVELAND
.\ ers greatest
Goods Arriving
F r '1'> much value Daily
1. ; ;-" :;' ; .
,. kble --
ru :: crop
.pr' .. Cerosene once THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"
.,. six times its .
:;J .li length 500 feet;breadth 98 feet(inches;510 lUteroomt tnd-ptrlort accaaaoditing 1500 pun
1 }jie possibility ,m. Crmtrr_ it ml-Inpr in ill rrnnnrtinm-nrhrr in ill rpnintmmti-ihin inj mmrr naubad
..-. off Mn cf thewocU. la tone JlSth. (
products Magnificent Staan"SEEANDBEE;""C+tI of Erie"and"Gtr of Buff lo"
1 crude oil wasdangerous Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-Mar tat to Dec.1at We sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co. ,

.a.;' : ', 00.K tot lease BIIIaJo Ckveksd. '7JOA.M.00 P.i. Artie taft aereLod Baffle . '7JOA.M.:00 P.)f.Arrhe made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
(Eutarm Skudud Tux)
jj It.t crop be of coea.etio..etQneLadf.e01.d..B.Toledo.Detroitaadaf panWelt.odoathtr.t.Railroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
.. I1.eta reading betweta Banal..a QgreU are poi foe InIUportatioa OBT iteuaen.Jitk .
it not
in tr "t were' roar ticket acoit toe t>ck.UTia C.A B.li- Tnie' W for KtadMHoe niutnted booklet free. Pants and Overalls made
by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
}lved in
i" > I pick-% THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO. Cleveland, O.
'. -i t.," '. ", I only the fair- &: Ce. Best place in the city to trade.
1fT! 'f, .By throwing
a et: <' I ves were not

,t'".. ', and piles of I uir ) )

rats very packing u.ni W. M. SLEMONS

tlf# C"If. : how to make

:.!'!tc ,' \if ble that even
; j" j inges we buy i
11r uets, although
y; .<1' rm from thei UASllnii SnMIMIIIMIIIM'liiMIIMiMIMilllMMIIilH"Starve '

I ,1" I ; save money.

I .j,', -. ) 4 to turn her '
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: fruit, frozen
i !.'
c\.. .. to by-products 1
i ,, j sell her best ': ;: ? !!o .mnm== 1 WI i L COllmmmmmmmmt: : )

,11!:; in the cost of I + s
: rake
t. ; a large
;' __ 3 crops. Low Round Trip RatesFROM '1'11111111111'1

: ,: : JlESlDENT $37.75 Oku $41. 0 Cocianti pUG the Fly'
Dtmr 5810 StftUC 5C.7S Lt rille. 31.51
': ,-- 1i 1 .Sprats SUI ld. 11.50 KaosriD 21.40
June 23.- Sd Lab CQ. -7IM. W aiipe4.... 78.IS EmtriD -. 32. 5 v That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly. No*more dirty fly paper, or smears of
i ::1- ;: s. 4 I II YiOmnUM 78 M Tmitt u 4&.M la tupaGs 36.34P.rt
'authorities 444 10C.M Mntml SS45 Freacl Lick 35.20 swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
'- f r --t Iii Sank llIIi." FctMkty S1.5S TeWe. 41.10
.4. 0 ,,- :t at Quito to I, UA. det MJI Mackou 53." Detroit. .. 43.SO That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
Ia' onidas Plaza I j Sa.CIacier Frucitcl.Park M.5 S17S Bifial NafinFiBi- .47 47.40 40 CVatftaiqu MiMota Cart .- 30.90 4740 the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on

I tt; 3aros Concha I I Low rates to other points in Colorado.California,Canada Minnesota time and properly cooked.
provisionalThe I ,Michigan,the Great Lake and Rocky. Mountains. Proportionallylow Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
r r I rate from other points in the State.Ticket
grime. Therefore "Starve the and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
< leaders I *on sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. Fly"
t sted. Colonel'revolutionists _'--E VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT stove because you have already swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
: rl LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.
a 1r Going through St Loo!s,returning through Chicago
nee of Mana- ,/ or vice vena. Liberal stopovers on all tickets. Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.

troops have a4 TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,three
$' at. : -- l I through train daily choice of three different ,
----- route
fall,trains the southwest through New
TIne to
;- 0rIe.... Unexcelled taint car Hn c.. Fact time.tl & i
;t .b J.to nrder at / h1'if Rock Laflact. No duct. No dirt. For kaad.om. iDes Water Light Company |
"- crated booklet of summer toonct reeortt,rate iWp-
i' .;.J $ : 12-5-tf. ins car reamatMu and other Bifonnaboo address

r-'1. '! ..and ,loan you h1'I H. C. BRETKEY, > Gas Department

rt'at,.j"pel centMHftwtf I III flu P slur Aid
Zadc Loan Co, ii U4 Will..,Stn.I. .
,., F1a. I JiCUOIlYEII.fUL rt,3

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rt, made to pave that particular stretch,
I even if it has to be done at the expense r-
of some less important mile 1

I' age.That
n r
non-resident property own- Cflffffl
ers are very much interested is indi-

cated by the following letter receivedby ";:"\:: : ;" :' >tP:: w.:. ,"
the Sentinel yesterday from State

Senator Stephen D. Canaday, of .
Hillsboro, Ohio, who is a large property >;
THIS WAY owner south of Taft: 1
"Hillsboro, 111., June 19, 1914. f ;
Come to, the State Bank of Orlando and "Editor Orlando SentinelI have f n
read with a great deal of interest the A /:{ ll ]
t open your savings account with $1, or any recent articles in your paper as wellas lufi MelaacMythat

fJ larger amount you have. Make regular deposits also an article in the Florida -
'; dollar Times-Union of Jacksonville of June M ,
every pay day. Put in an extra or i
10th concerning the building of the Jr w-1 } } ,
two whenever you can spare it. Keep faith I brick road through Orange county. I .; J t vlJ'J! J(

yourself-apoid the temptation to let money am interested in your community and .. t
have made several visits to your city .
slip through four fingers. and county and am especially inter- [;1 E .1 each setting sun, brings us] nearer the end. ':

That is the safe way for you to save mon ested in the matter of a brick paved
highway entirely through the countyas When your days arc ended, what about your
eYe .It is the only sure way. We will pay you I I have recently purchased 400 :: loved ones? '.

4 per cent interest to help and encourage you. I acres of land in Orange county, apart r
l of which is south of Taft and r: jj .1 Today is yours! Let it not close without

t The State Bank of Orlando east of the road, and at the time I ., making a start toward placing your home on a i
made the purchase last winter it was :?-u it 0 I. business basis, and providing your loved ones ::
i the general understanding and I was .fl: : i:; with a systematic plan for their maintenance .;.
informed that there had been '
so '
and hereafter.
[IlU 1. now
bonds voted for the purpose of build- ::.

ing a brick road from county line to .; ':. Let us help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you." .; '
e county line connecting Orlando and ",;",till!]'.., ..,. "

Kissimmee, with the ultimate inten- r.... ... .,.,,:: L.< ......., .:
tion of making it a part of a continuous -

I sonville brick to thoroughfare Tampa through from Orange Jack- 1 :):'-/; ; f"l g

h county. It was this report that

tions, having read the papers and already I prompted me to make the investment.- .: :: .. '' : .. .. . \ .' '. .
.. ....,..
But it that the commis-
fUNDS NOW IN SIGHT fOR CURRY were willing decided to upon give.the" amount they I(sioners now propose appears to lop off three or .:"".' ,..-... ..., ... . '<'... ," :.- ; -. .

lOT four miles from the south end of the 'r ItI \Q. : .: ,
CIGAR fACTORY A few business men were found D. D"
who refused to make contributionsbut I road below Taft and use the money > ; o- llJ1\ r. : .'. "W '.w.:2: : .
they were small in number, and I appropriated to improve lateral or : : ]:
less important roads, thereby defeat-
Only Small Amount Short and This enough enterprising citizens were

Will Be Easily Trade Raised Committee"To by Board'of for found the who refusal were of willing others to to contribute make up I|i i ing the and ends the one of the on which original the proposition votersof ; ,;;, .... ;" .". : :: ; .... T... '..c:. ."...:.":::;iJV:"'> l

r the southern part of the county
to so worthy an enterprise. One or
I were induced to cast their ballots in .
-- --
the admirable way in whichthe two contributions were sent to the ,
s matter was presented'to'the public committee by mail as a result of the I favor of the bond issue. I have driven VENEZUELA MINISTER DIES i, he has been threatened for several' National honors will be paid to the ti
by the Morning Sentinel and the publicity the local press. over considerable part of Orange SUDDENLY years. He was prominently identified I remains of Senor Rojas, the Venezuelan -
Reporter-Star I attribute...the suc- ;. The Curry. factory will remain in I county and if there is a piece of road I from youth with the politics of his minister who died at' Atlantic
of the committee in securing' I in the county which needs to be pavedit i I. country. For many years he was City, today. The state funeral will '
cess Orlando and buildingwill .If
big factory
: a is that of the road' Washington, June 26.-Private advices CathoPi*
certainly part Mathew's
for practically the' entire I compelled to live an exile from Vene be held at St.
pledges be constructed the force will be
amount necessary to purchase the ; I I south from Taft to the county line. I here today reported the death zuela. From 1893 to 1898 he was church, in Washington, next Tues., .
doubled and it will continue as one
building lot for the Curry Cigar Fac- I: I deem it a gross injustice and effrontery -lof P. Ezequiel Rojas, minister from minister of foreign affairs. Dr. Rojas day, after which the body will be
of this manufacturing
tory," said Mr. Jos. L. Guernsey, yes city's, contributing greatly to to the people of the south Venezuela, at Atlantic City, N. J. I'I had been minister here for the placed on board the government
enterprises I' of the to cut out this Dr. Rojas, who was seventy years
' terday afternoon. part county gap last five years. The Venezuelan flag yacht Sylph and taken to Hampton
"We met fith a very cordial reception the business activity of the city. I in the main cross-state thoroughfare, old, died of heart failure, with which was placed at half mast over the Roads. It will then be transferred to '
from most of those upon I and I hope that the public spirited II Pan-American building today. the battleship Kansas, which wilt con-
,whom the committee called," contin- Who is your painter and decorator? people of the county will defeat the junction proceedings be instituted. vey it to Laguayara, Venezuela;
"and found them If you are satisfied keep the one yeu I proposition to deviate from the original "Yours very truly, Rojas Will Be Honored
ued Mr. Guernsey, have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, I '
ready and willing to make contribu- N.. 636. 1-20-tf I project, and if necessary that in- I "STEPHEN D. CANADAY." Washington, June 26.-( a1.- Phone 444, Auto Livery. 4:2 fIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII


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ent Leathers. These are strIctly hIgh grade -- ery sack guaranteed'$3.aOalue . ':
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shoes, .. .
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per cent discount for Saturday only 1 lot 3-lb can California Fruits,
sk MEN'S STRAW HATS, in rough and $1.98 3ac value . . . . . . . 20 C
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and $2.00 Special . . . . . . . $5.25 '
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1\IEN'S RAINCOATS, $5.00 quality $3.98 Special . . . . . . . $6 00 35c value .\ . . . . . . 25c
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} $850 quality, $6.48 SpecIal . . . . . . . $7. 50'Extra Fancy California Peaches,
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tomer, SpeCIal . . . J. . .cus39c lOc quality, t

PILLOW CASES, a good heavy quality, size 7ac quality . . . . . . 48C ,.. "
42x36. Regular price 15c. Limit 6 to a 15c quality,

tomer, special . . . . . . .cus10. C Special for . . . . . . 9cFANCY
MARl CABO COFFEE, 3ac value 2aC quality, Sl.a quality . . . . . . 89c .
Special . . . . . . . 23c Special for . . . . . . 1 rJC

18 pounds Patua Rice 5c
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