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 30, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
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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: The news of the day in crisp and readable style. PUBLISHED 'EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. Orlando-Progressive Center of the State.

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l' WATCH AND AWAIT DEVELOPMENTS[ Lever Bill Regulating the Operationof Latest Tragedy in Hapsburg Family

1 Stock Exchanges House Passes AMMIThIITION N I Causes vians Trouble and Mohamedans Between Ser- I I JURY Y ATOVIEDO


critical state of disorder exists at
TIME AND WATCHINGGEN. All VISITORS The Lever bill, regulating the opera- GENIUS TO ABAN- Sarajevo where Sunday's assassination JURY, CHARGED WITH
tion of cotton exchanges through the
VILLA 1! :
DON ZACATECAS AND occured. The Mohamidan population I MANSLAUGHTER, FOR
use of the taxing power of the gover- I I'I
is incensed
FALL BACK against Servi-
ment, passed the house to-day and KILLING OF BRYAN
Program of Entertainment for the
ans, they blame for the deaths
will be sent to confereence by the I
CONFERENCE mm REBEL lfADRS[ S SIS Fourth of July Visitorsto i senate. The prospects are bright for of the royal couple, and are plunder- I -

Beach the passage of this legislation at this mm mm mm[ i im ing demonstrations.Servian stores Martial, and making law other has ,,BAIL IS f FDED([I) AT flfTN[[ THOUSAND

FORECASTED FOR FRIDAY OR I session. The lever bill is a complete been and I _
proclaimed a heavy censorship j
SATURDAY WHEN FATE OR Daytona is preparing to right roy- ,'.. substitute for the bill which passed VICTORIOUS GENERAL'S MARCHTO has been imposed on all tele- '
ally entertain all comers on the the senate. The bill requires the acceptance I BOND WAS READILY OBTAINED
Fourth, and the Daytona Gazette- !'! by cotton exchanges of the MEXICO CITY HALTEDBY AND CURRIE RELEASED
ED ONE WAY OR ANOTHER News extends the following Goverment established standards in WITHDRAWAL OF SUP-
Family History Series of Tragedies SOON AFTER JURY RENDERED -
tion, announcing the features invita-I I grading and imposes a tax' of one PORT BY"FIRST CHIEF" The final tragedy which has come VERDICT-SELF
entertainment: cent a pound on all contracts for future -
Washington, June 29.-(Special) I 1 I CARRANZA to the house of Hapsburg is the culmination -
The Mexican situation to-night is the To the residents of all places which I sales, except when within the of personal sorrows that DEFENSE PLEA
have not arranged for the celebration extablished grade and representingactual
;; embodiment'' of Mr. Caseys famous
have overshadowed the life of the em-
El Paso Texas. June 29. Lack of
of the nation's birthday a cordial value of spot cotton. ,
question "Where are we at? The peror. His reign began with sinister The coroner's jury, empaneled to
ammunition has blocked General ViIla's -
welcome is extended to Each contract of future sales not
to Day-
Federals and the Constitutionalists come
omens, for he faced internal dissensions inquire into the killing of B. F. Bryan
march toward Mexico
tona on that day and participate in complying with the established grade City. I
the Mediators and the United Statesare Oviedo
and external aggressions from near Saturday night, returned
the enjoyment of the interesting standards is to be taxed $500. This Villa, fresh from his victory last I i'
now all, "Watchfully Waiting", the moment he came to the throne. '' verdict yesterday afternoon at 4:30
for the occasion. tax is said be and will week at Zacatecas, has returned to
events provided to prohibitive
because there is nothing to do. 'I''I'a
In 1853 the list of tragic incidents I I D. W. Currieover to the
Torreon entire
: bringing army
Word received from Carranza The entertainment will include auto force immediate abandonment of such
to-day with him. began with an attempt on his own county grand jury under a
3 was to the effect that he would be un- and motorcycle races on the ocean market deals. Cotton exxchanges are i life when a Hungarian named Lebeny charge of manslaughter. Bail was
The relations of the northern
able to inform the Mediators of his beach from 9 to 11 a. m. to keep open accounts of all sales : zone fixed
at which
wounded him with a knife. $15,000, was readily
commander with General Carranza
Barbecue the island at 12 transactions in actual in ,
decision the of on city delivery or I
as question meeting Fourteen years later, his brother, given, and Mr. Currie released.
in the of here
\ noon, with sufficient meat provided futures for inspection by a opinion agents unques-
the Huerta until
envoys informally, I Archduke Maximilian, emperor of The killing occurred at Mr. Cur.Tie's -
4 caused abandonment of the
._ the latter of this week. Inter- to assure plenty.for all who may be ment official charged with the collec- tionably home
part Mexico, was executed. Then followed and he did not deny the
The much discussed Car-
i est is entirely focused on the action present. i tion of the taxes imposed. Althoughno campaign.ranza-Villa has reacheda the burning to death of a niece in shooting of Bryan but entered a pleaof
Villa will take when he enters Tor- Music by the Daytona band. tax is levied on straight sales for estrangement
self defense. The
Vienna, a sister in Paris, and the testimony
Potato races, sack races, foot races, delivery of standard grades all such breaking point, they asserted,
reon, and on it practically dependsthe : that the constitutionalist commanderin death by suicide in Strahenberg lake brought out before Judge Theo Aulin,
of the revolution. If he etc., 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. sales must be reported where taxes
success of a cousin.In justice of the peace for the third district -
chief has declined allow Villa
to to
j Baseball, Orlando vs. Daytona, are levied. They are to be collected
relations with Car-
resums friendly
who the
1898 the emperor's wife, who empaneled coroner'sjury
his and
3:30, City Island park. against all foreign sales in futures import cartridges men
the combination take Mex-
ranza, I showed
can was the daughter of Maximillian Joseph that the killing occurred -
I There will be free dance at the under the law. shells for his artillery through the
a specified proposed
ico. If he don't it will mean that the
port'of is duke of Bavaria, was stabbed substantially in the following
Tampico. Tampico now
Nautilus casino the beachat
on ocean I
Rebels are hoplessly split into war- I to death at Geneva by a mad Italian manner:
the for munitions
only entry way
8:30 in the with music
ring camps and the advance against Editor C. F. Johnson, of the Os- which the revolutionists anarchist. They had been estrangedfor In the absence of Currie, Bryan
may use as
the orchestra of six pieces.
Huerta will be out of the question. by The dancing Crystal floor of this new Casinois ceola Journal, Kissimmee, was a the border still is closed to them by many years, but the emperor had went to his home and had some words

pleasant caller at this office last the embargo of the United States. never ceased to show deep affectionfor with Currie's wife, at times becom-
one of the biggest and best in the
Villa at Torreon night. Mr. Johnson is publishing one At Zacatecas Villa shot her. ing abusive and calling Mrs. Currie a

state and the building is providedwith away practically
Torreon, June 29-Special-Gen-( ) high and abundant ventilation of the best weeklies in the state all of the cargo the Antilla Less than ten years before, the em- I, liar. When Currier returned home he

|,--mals Villa and Angeles, and their making ceilings it cool and airy. The and says he has the equipment to landed' at Tampico, according to his peror's only son, the Crown Prince was informed of what had occurredand
respective staffs, arrived here late give Kissimmee a daily when the reports here. Carranza men, how- Rudolph, a man of ability and promi- when Bryan returned later they
electric cars now run to the casino.
this afternoon from Zacatecas, accompanied There will be a handsome displayof time comes. Twenty-one Kissimmee ever, declare Villa did not get the nence, met death in a mystery whichto had a difficulty during which Bryan
by 2,000 men. The remainder Odd Fellows came up last nightto Antilla ammunition which this date has not been cleared. On threatened Currie's life. He left the
fireworks at the Nautilus casino at they say
of the army will be brought be the guests of the local lodge ; is still in Monterey. |January 30, 1889, his body was foundin house saying he would go get a gun
10 ra., which will conclude the fes
from the scene of the last battle as tivities.p. and Mr. Johnson was one of the par- Villa's return north is regarded a Bunting lodge at Meyerling, not and return and kill Currie.In .

soon as the limited railroad equip- The automobile races will includea ty. here as ominous by both factions. I far from Vienna. Beside his body lay a short time he was seen return-
ment will permit. that of Baroness Marie Vetzera.MULT ing and Currie's children ran in the
special race for Ford stock cars i I I
Villa is arranging to-night for a only. Information regarding entries I NEW ORLEANS QUARANTINES house screaming and saying "Mr.
conference with representatives of Bryan is coming to kill daddy." Cur-
to the auto races be obtained by I VICTIMS Of HOBSON'S BUTS[[ PLAGUE DISTRICTNew
Carranza. Indications are the con- may rie secured his pistol and shot Bryanas
writing or seeing P. C. Rodgers of i CITY I [ TO!) GRADE[
ference will be held at Torreon Fri- OUT Of DANGER Orleans June he raised his hand, two bullets
this city. 29-Special( ),
day or Saturday. It is now under- Come to Daytona on the Fourth With one death, another known case,I I CROSSINGS O taking effect in the back of his head
stood that Carranza will and him
so arrangehis killing instantly.
and enjoy the cool ocean breezes, a and two other persons under suspicion -I _
programe of travel through the dip in the surf and a dinner of bar- : Kunze and Sylvester, Shot in Hold- New Orleans to-day took effec- I II Currie's defense is that he thought

States of Tamaulipas and Nuevo becued meat prepared by an expert in Up Saturday, Will Soon tive steps to guard against a possi- :I No Attention Being Paid to Demandsof Bryan was returning to carry out his
Leon him to be at I threat and that when he raised his
,. as permit present the almost forgotten art. ble epidemic of bubonic plague. A Officials Matter Placed in
T the conference. RecoverAll hand he thought he was going to
Hands of
general clean-up of the city was or- City AtorneyTwo
shoot and that he firedin
dered and active steps were takenin
MIAMI BOOSTERS WILL VISIT the victims of Saturday after- advance of the expected arrival of notices to the Seaboard AirLine defense of his own life.
ORLANDO NAVE[ YOU PAID UNCLE l[ SAM noon hold-up on the Winter Gardeni United States Surgeon General Blueto that they must bring their crossing Currie is a prominent turpentineman

i i road were on the road to recovery assume charge.A i[ up or down, as the case may be, and Bryan was his foreman, -

Miami, June 29.-The Miami board YOUR INCOME TAX last night, and H. F. Hobson will large section, taking in a radiusof I I; to the street grade, having had no and, so far as was generally known,

4 of Trade is planning a long automo- escape a charge of murder more by four blocks from the house where I I effect on the powers that be of that they were the best of friends up to

bile trip, covering a considerable por- pure luck than anything else. A. F. two plague cases were discovered was I mighty corporation, Commissioner the time the difficulty started Sat-
tion of the state. The trip will be Today is the LaSt Day to Pay Up i Kunze, the traveling man from Columbus placed under quarantine at night fall. I Johnson yesterday lost patience and urday.
3 taken in the roads Without Suffering a Penalty of Ga. who the most seri- I Undertakers Hammond & Gore, of
July during good was This section included the city hall, a I decided to let the city attorney try
meeting to be held in Jacksonville.In Five Per Cent ously wounded, is getting along nice- number of large business establish- his hand. Accordingly City AttorneyL this city, were summoned to the scene

case there should be any slip with ly and nothing but time is needed to ments, and numerous residences. The C. Massey had the matter turned I of the killing and prepared Bryan's

the arrangements of the board of Washington, June 29.Tomorrowis bring him around all right. business establishments within this over to him by Mr. Johnson and it body for shipment to Tampa this

trade, E. B. Douglass, chairman of the final day for payment of income I Webb Sylvester will be out in a area will be closed, but bread win- may be necessary to appeal to the morning. He was a widower and is

the good roads committee and vice- tax assessments and internal few days and his younger brother, ners living there will be permittedto courts to compel the Seaboard to I survived by two children. R. C. Bryan -

president of the Miami-Quebec High revenue collectors throughout the Roy, was on the street yesterday.He go to and from their places of grade its crossings. i of this city is a brother of the

way Association, says that there will United States are working day and was shot in the elbow, and while work. The Atlantic Coast Line acted very deceased, as is also J. H. Bryan of

be several cars from Miami that will night handling the payments of cor- the wound is painful it is not serious.H. differently from the Seaboard, when Kissimmee. He has a married sisterin

make the trip. The proposed itine- porations and individuals who have F. Hobson, M. V. Shirley andJ THE WEATHER ,notified that the city officials would Tampa, where the body will be

rary is as follows: West Palm Beach, deferred meeting requirements of the S. Tyner, now reposing in the county like to confer with them relative to taken. ::.

Fort Pierce, Melbourne, Eau Gallie, ; law almost until the last moment. jail, will be given a preliminary Florida: Local thundershowers I the grading of their crossings, preparatory The Seminole county tf. d jury

P' U Cocoa, Titusville, DeLand, Sanford, A penalty of 5 per cent. will attachto hearing as soon as it is absolutelysure Tuesday and probably Wednesday. I to the laying of the brick will investigate the killing in Januaryat

e Orlando, Kissimmee, Lakeland, Tampa delinquent assessments paid by their victims are all out of dan- pavements. They immediately acknowledged Sanford, and Mr. Currie has retained -

4 Plant City, Dade City, Brooksvile, July 10, and for every additional ger. Quite naturally they have little BASEBALL RESULTS I the notice and announced Attorneys Davis & Giles and

; Dunnellon, Ocala, Palatka Hastings, month of delay the penalty will be 1 sympathy from the public, and it is that they were ready to take the mat- I Carl Robinson, of this city, to defend

St. Augustine, sand Jacksonville per cent' This penalty can not be the concensus of opinion that a crowdof Federal League I ter up with the city officials at their him.The

thence home. Those who anticipate j waived excepting upon estates of insane men who will attack unarmed men Baltimore 2, Brooklyn 11. I convenience. I above attorneys represented

: making the trip are looking to a most deceased or insolvent persons. and endanger the lives of women and Buffalo-Pittsburg; cold weather. I Commissioner Johnson says the Currie at the inquest yesterday, while

i" enjoyable time.few I For the present the commissionerof children should be death with severe- National LeagueBoston.PhiIadelphia paving can not be laid on streets the state was represented by Attor-

d internal, revenue is giving no at- ly. ; two games; crossed by the railroad until theM neys John C. Jones, of this city, and
it TROOPS MAY BE SENT TO PUTDOWN tention to fraudulent returns, al- wet grounds. M I grades are established, hence his desire George DeCottes, of Sanford.
i STRIKE !'though much information is reaching i PASSENGERS ARE TAKEN OFF New York 7-8, Brooklyn 8-6. I' to get a hearing from the Sea- --

Pittsburg, Pa., June .-Disorder : the department day concerning I I ; board and he
t( every WRECKED LINER Chicago 10, Cincinnati 7. as early as possible, EDWARD ;HYER HURT IN SAWMILL
.' broke out among the 12,000 striking J persons who are trying to dodgethe I I St. Louis 1, Pittsburg 4. : hopes the city attorney can arrange I

s Westinghouse employes in East Fittst -' tax. As soon as the receipts Londonderry, Ireland, June 29.- American League some settlement where he has failed.

->{ burg today, pickets surrounding all from honest returns have been disposed -I The 1,016 passengers of the Anchor Washington 1> New York 0. j I I,

!' 'entrances to the electric works and of the tomraissioner and his assistants ; liner California, which went ashore Detroit 2, Chicago 3. RUNAWAY Edward Hyer, whose home is on

.. preventing persons from entering. I will begin their investigation last night on Tory island, were trans- Philadelphia 1-7, Boston 7-2. I I A horse belonging to John Grover, Jackson street and who is one of the

,,$ Office men, foremen and even superintendents !of the dodger. Beginning about Au- ; ferred today without loss of life to Cleveland-St. Louis; rain. !. which carries the U. S. mail to and '' city's popular young men, was rather

f were not permitted to gust 1 in every community an inves- the Donaldson liner Cassandra and a Southern League from the depot, became frightened seriously, though not dangerously,

: x, t cross the bridge. Twenty army tigation will be made of the incomesof small coasting steamer. The crews Nashville 5, Memphis 3. : yesterday at the station and tore hurt at Smith's saw mill, two and

-", guards from the plant a force of all persons who are supposed to I of several British torpedo boat destroyers ,Chattangooga 10-4, Atlanta 9-2. East on Church street until it ran one-half miles east of Orlando, yes-

i deputy sheriffs and the police reinforced fall within the provisions of the law. assisted in the, work. Birmingham 9, Montgomery 3. into the auto of Mr. Henry Mathers j terday morning. In working around

7 fi by twenty special officers The California lies in a precarious New Orleans 3, Mobile 3, (11)) inn- which was sanding in front of the : some of the machinery his foot got

could not ,quiet the excited crowd. One of the meanest pieces of thiev- ; position on the rocky coast but it is ings darkness.) Hammond & Gore furniture store. i( caught and was severely cut. The

.,V 'ii'i., *:Sheriff, Richards, 'considered calling ont ery ever known in Pensacola was the 1 I expected she will i be ,floated as soon So. Atlantic League Miss Mathers was sitting in the car: young man was brought to town and-
: :*: ;'. thestate for help and when a report stealing of about 200 fine cigars from t f as fine weather sets in. Charleston 2, Columbus 1. at the time but was not hurt. The' Dr. W. C. Persons dressed the 4 wound,

,.- 1,15, spread.that the Greensburg troop of the mayor's office in the city hall. I Her crew remains on board although Columbia 5, Albany 4. horse ran only a few feet after leav- it being necessary to take several
the state constabulary on its way the water has penetrated Macon 6, Jacksonville 5. ing the wagon against the automo- stitches to close up the cut. Mr.

r\ 'to tfct town'the excitement increased.KoJkimgc Investigation is being madeby the three of her holds. Three hundred of Savannah 4, Augusta 3. bile, which bears two badly marred Hyer will be confined to his home for t

,:: : ':to,.property, however, or city dads o'f-St Augustine looking to the passengers of the California, places from the broken shafts of the several days but it is hoped no per- i

,Mriew:&}*rjr tojany person was re- the establishment'of a municipal ice whose destination was Ireland, were Go to Curtis & O'Neal's, the leading wagon. No mail was in the wagonat manent lameness will result from
::'.' \. landed here this morning. stationers, for 26 years. the time. the injury.

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i THIRD BIG STORM IN WEEK IN ing his only with great +HilllMilMMiilimiltMHIIHMtMMMHtMMtMMttHIII -\
DAILY SPORT LETTER passengers \\\\\\\ HIM **
W NORTHWEST difficulty. The river was a sea of ,. ItllMIIIIMMillllUHillllMllMIIIIIIIIHMimiMIIMMinmiltf '.

New York, June .-Heinie Zimmerman |: whitecaps. .. +
Wis. June 27. The All La Crosse basements were 1 .iMiimmiiiiiiiiMiiiiiimiiiMiimmmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH >;
of the Chicago Cubs, who. La Crosse, j over
of the week today flooded with large loss to stocks of
hasn't even one friend among all the third violent storm a

umpires, but who isn't losing sleep devastated large sections of Wis- goods. Streets and sidewalks are

: because of that fact, says: consin, Minnesota, and Iowa. Thoughless piled high with mud. Wi
severe than the tornado of GRAND THEATRECOOLEST
k "Golfs a swell thing as an aid to
batting." Wednesday morning the storm did Part of Mandan, N. D., Flooded

more damage generally. Water ran i,; Mandan, N. D., June 27. Water
It Heinie then pointed out that the
r from two to four feet 'deep in the which rushed down on this city as a
5 the brassie the
; business of swinging result of cloudburst in the hills ten
streets of La Crosse. ex- a
midiron and other clubs that a golfer TOWNj |
perienced washouts. At Freeburg, miles away today flooded the busi- SPOT IN ;
in drives, develop
uses making long Minn., the tracks are under four feet ness district, being in many places
the swinging power of the'arm. The of water. I j three feet deep. Heart river, swollenby IMIIMtHIIiiMMMMI8ieiMMMIHmmMIMHMMMIillH .
aids all batters
business of putting At and around New Albin and Lan- recent rains, placed the town in
who want to lay down a bunt. A
sing, Iowa, the rivers overbowed their i,| danger of a greater flood and many TODAY
has to be timed perfectly. The
c put
moved to of
and fields for residents places safety.
banks neighboring
I l putter must hit the ball just right- i Damage to and farm buildings "
buried under sand crops
miles were deeply "Perils of Pauline know what that means.
,: not too hard, not too easy. and mud. Not only are crops destroyed -. is believed to be heavy. ; you
JL "And that's the with bunt," I
I way but the land is seriously dam- "
& remarked Heinie. "You've got to lay aged permanently by the light sand Every time we see a new picture of "Pathe Daily News. Sec it every dav.

i'- your bunt out far enough so that the it. Sir Thomas Lipton's Shamock IV. the

catcher can't get it before you reach cast At upon Viroqua the big Lavold tobacco less we like her looks. There is some- "All in the Air," a Lubin comdey A smile a J

first, and you've got to drop it in thing about her suggestive of the cup ;
blown down.
t: dose enough to the plate so that the factory was Many lifter, since we have'lost the golf minute.
barns went down, stock was killed by
third baseman or first baseman can'grab championship and the polo cup, and

''J it and beat you to the bag with lightning impassable.The or. drowned and roads are Yale won the greatest boat race ever "Snakeville's New Sheriff," another scream crea- J

: a throw. seen in this country, rowing the Eng-
steamer Sidney with 1,000 excursionists -
'A "In golf you've got to keep you aboard, was out on theMississipi lis hstroke.Washington Herald. ted by Essanay.
d eye on the ball And it's the sam
river when the storm
with baseball From the way I look.! broke. Captain Streckfus made a If your paper is not delivered ; A "Truly Grand" Bill.GOOD .

;1" at it a good golfer has the making dash for port and succeeded in land- ,promptly, don't fail to notify the office. ;
11.; of a mighty good hitter in a bal For the news, read The Sentinel

game. .And I know from experienc MUSIC.

.it that golfing keeps the batting eye."
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Don't be surprised if one Gunboa i Sho Repairing; CHILDREN 5c. :-: ADULTS lOc.TOMORROW"A .

Smith sends over word from Englan< DANDRUffUse I

J: that he doesn't care to vote here any ; by PARCEL POST ; "

way and that he's taken out citizen Parisian Sage. Father's Heart, a Lubin .
ship in the land made famous by; It's entirely needless to have un-
sightly, matted, thin or faded hair. A Men's Half Soles, 7sc to Ssc in two
: Emmy Pankhurst. special parts.
i: I little care is all that is needed to makeit Ladies' Half Soles, 60c to 75c
Gunboat went over to England ;a
thick, soft, pretty, perfectly healthyand Children's Half Soles, SOc to 750 I
short period back for the purpose offl' free from dandruff Hand Turned Soles, $l.ou 4 +111 OIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IOIIIIII III.IIIOIIJIII' nt *! .ilium* ** ni.i lel' 3*
swapping punches with one George Use Parisian Sage-it supplies hair G+ti ll
Heels |
; Repaired, 250 11111 11111 MM mm
f.i".=: Carpentier of France. When Gun needs and is absolutely harmless. It 2 *IJIIII IIOIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIC
quickly head and All work returned in hours.
i boat landed half of England was at stops itching falling 24 -

i the peir to meet him. A brass bam hair invigorate, and is the one scalp of the and best make tonics the to Orders without C. 0. D.remittance We pay returned .... .....1 .. :::;:;:::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::;

pounded out"Here Comes the Hero hair grow long and beautiful.Get return postage
harmony,reception committee bundled a bottle of Parisian Sage today .
j| Gunboat in a huge automobil from McElroy's Pharmacy or at any \
., drug counter. It costs but 50 cents. A. Hanson ,
and he was whisked away to be wined I
Rub it into the scalp-all dandruff ;
and dined in kingly style. East Pine Street
dissappears-your head feels fine-
of the
1. report
They "blew" Gunboat to a recep the hair is pretty and perfectly ORLANDO FLORIDA I

tion where everybody wore open healthy. ......' ..,

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: ionable crowd. And, strange as it ;. .. ... .. . i .... ....... ..i
may seem to those who hold punch .

ing country persons, the in crowd light regard attended in, thi not GRAND VIEW : afclose of business June 8th, 1914, in compliancewith

merely because it wanted to get ;a
6427 Laws of Florida.
close view of America's best whit It ,

hope, but because it really wanted to I
meet him, to talk to him, and so tha

it might later boast of the honor. .

The greeting England afforded Newest and most up-to-date hotel in :

Gunboat surprised him quite at bit I RESOURCES LIABILITIES '

at first, but, recalling how the American Canton. Situated on Academy Heights. :

public usually greets prize fighters and Discounts $372,874.39 Capilal $100,000.00
he figured that the folks jus ; Overlooking the beautiful Pigeon River Loans

wanted to get a sort of dime-museun Overdrafts 617.59 Surplus and Undivided Profits 34,121.37

look at him. Since then Gunboat has: : Valley. One of the finest views in Wes- 2601S.33 585,497.65
Stocks and Bonds Deposits -
become convinced that the reception: I

{ were given him for real showings of: ; tern North Carolina. Open July] first. : Real Estate, fur. and Fixtures :26187.37 Due (to Banks and Bankers 8,37S.97

i. pride in the achievements of a' man, .
Hand and Due from
and he feels so good about it that he Cash on

may decide to cast his lot with John I II Banks 301,970.31

Bull in the future. '
1$ MRS. J. R. --
i McFADYEN : '
Total. 727997.99 : :
You can say all the slightnig things Total $727,997.99

Iii you want about the general policing II

ability of the cops in this town, but 6-2o-d&w CANTON, N. C. :

you can't take away from the"foorce" GEO. E. NOLAN
the credit for having helpeda t" Mil Illlllllllini. .

S a lot in Uncle Sam's Olympic tri

.Y umphs.The extremely athletic members of "STARVING TO DEATH"Was <

{ the "foorce" have scored sixtythreepoints "

p. for the U. S. A. in the different -

z= Olympic combats, assisting ma
terially in winning four champion- Mrs. Bell of Florida When I,I I I Ii I I I litlillIHIllill.flflflp fj f
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ships for Uncle Sam; 1904 in St, ..... -
Louis, 1906 at Athens, 1908 at London She Began Taking Peruna."Yes .

rv and 1912 at Stockholm.The I mil *"; ;
five who helped so materiallywere I was starving to death," we heard from her, December 1912,
said Mrs. Emma Bell, of Fort Pierce, she was still a friend of Peruna.
Martin Sheridan, Bill Frank,,, Florida, Box 204, "when I began to For other testimonials on catarrhof For Sale ; !
Matt McGrath, John Flannagan and take Peruna. I could not eat any- the stomach see Ills of Life" sent
Pat McDonald. The other three,, thIng. If I swallowed anything it free. Address Peruna Co., Columbus,

Egon Erickson,Jack Eller,and Simon soured on my stomach. My stomachwas Ohio.
very much swollen. My bowels The stomach and bowels are lined I .
Gillies, also have been point win- acted as if I had acute dysentery. I with a mucous membrane. They are : Modern 8-room : : j
: nters, but not to such an extent as was in great distress and pain. Three therefore subject to catarrh the sameas
the five other huskies. doctors had been employed, but gave the nose and throat. Catarrh of ; House 2 doors :: :
kr me no relief. I was continually the stomach and bowels will derangethe
growing: worse.I functions of these organs. The
Dick Egan, of the Dodgers, is a Was In Despair."In stomach can no longer digest food. west of Wyom- ; ; Just arrived car load
lucky Dick used to play with The food lying in the stomach, even :
person. my despair I caught at every for a short time, without digestion ing Hotel. Bar- ; FORDS for immediate -
Cincinnati, but the Dodgers
pur- straw. Picking up a newspaper I saw immediately sours. The souring pro-
chased him from the Reds for $5,000. some account of Peruna. There wasa duces gas and irritation. gain. : : ,,
c' The Dodgers had planned to pay him testimonial from a woman who had Food Sours In the StomachA delivery.
been troubled much like myself. I
just an ordinary salary but the Feds concluded to try Peruna. portion of the undigested meal is

; horned in with a pretty large offer I Wrote to Dr. Hartman."At absorbed into the system by the blood L. Bentley Get yours nowF.
? to Richard as soon as he got back vessels of the stomach. This poisonsthe A. ,
the same time I wrote to
whole coadl-
4 from the world tour. Fearing that Hartman. He pronounced my case system producing a i G. RUSH
known autointoxication
tlon now as ; L AMELIA AVENUE ; ;
the Feds might get him, the Dodgers catarrh of the stomach and bowels.I self poisoning. The fermenting, irritating 10
boosted their bid and Dick decidedto soon began taking Peruna. At mass, as it passes down into ,1111111111111111..1.1. Phone 226
once I began to improve. After tak- the bowels irritates the bowels, pro- ,
stick with .
Organized ing half a bottle my stomach was so ducing sometimes a chronic diarrhea,
is said that the that I could eat "
Dodgers signedup improved some. sometimes producing the very opposite .
Dick finally at a salary of $7,000 I Began to Recover. constipation. '

annually for three years, erasing the Then this good housewife goes on The average dyspepsia medicine SUMMER TIME IS
i ten days notice clause from his con- to narrate in detail her rapid Im- helps to artificially digest the food. H4
and final She Even when such medicine does its 'E
provement recovery.
tract which made the contract iron- FLY TIME
said "After taking two bottles of Pe- work it is only temporary. A perma- _
clad as far as its fulfillment by the runa I was strong enough to stand up ment relief can only be expected when windows screen
Dodgers management was concerned to wash the dishes." When she began the catarrh is overcomee.Symptoms j Arc those
Patented detach-
F taking Peruna she weighed 102 of Catarrh of the Stomach. I ed yet?
Dick played pretty good ball in theDodgers' all
used on jr-1.
pounds. After she had taken five The symptoms of catarrh cf the ; able hangers
infield for the first five or bottles of Peruna she weighed' 122 stomach are: First heartburn. Sec screens. No ladder need-
six weeks and then cracked. He now pounds. She concludes by saying ond food rises in throat after rnesls. ed to take off or put on
is on the bench and is of no value that she is well Third sour stomach. Fourth, heavy when washing windows. 4
k whatever to the j Dodgers, as they It Wit Twelve Years Ago. feeling after eating. Fifth stomach
The letter from which the above bloated, belching of gas. Sixth, pal- R.J.WALDRON
of J
have harpooned a couple young-
quotations were made was received pitation of heart. Seventh, poor digestion
sters who look far better than the have dyspepsia Eighth I Contractor and Builder
January 29, 1901. In a later letter, WOOD, COAL AND ICE NANCY HALL and Porto Rico sweet
veteran Egan. But Ebbets must go written September 11. 1904 she says tongue coated light brown. Ninth '
Street potato slips at $1.75
on paying Dick that $7,000 until the 1 sing the praise of Peruna far and tenderness over pit of stomach.clothe 410 West Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand'sCoal Quick tlUery.. Cash. Apopka per 1,000.Plant :
Tenth, cannot bear tight
near. It is used a great deal Jn our ,11111111111111111111111. Yard, phone 566. 9-31-tf Co. Fla.
Apopka, 5-24-tf
end of the 1916 season unless some around waist I i ?r
vicinity. This seems to be a bad
other club takes Dick off his hands place for e IntL. We have received People who object to liquid medi Subscribe for .

z., a happening that is*not probable. ktten from her ace The last time cinee can now obtain PeranaTableta Bead the advertisements daily. I Job printing at the Sentinel ,. r Y

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An-incident That Aroused Varied Emotions following humorous accountof FUTURE[ AIR NAVY yur.m.Jl t

All Around.In the Mexican demands that the Uneeda Biscuit

bis"Reminiscences" General Basil United States outposts surrender and I

Y of W.an Duke Incident of the he Confederate witnessed army JiM after tells: and the subsequent surrender is from i Tempt please the the taste appetite and, Preparations Are Being Made for theXavI's ,For Any Kind of a Letter File

the of a London Express cor- ,
the close of the war: pen nourish the body. Flying School at

."One morning about 9 o'clock I was respondent.We Crisp,clean and fresh- Pensacola Come
to invested
our store. Twenty-five cents -
sitting on the platform of a station had a red hot fight todayandour 5 cents in the moisture-

waiting for my train when my attention war correspondents covered them- proof package. Washington, June 27.Preparations in a file may save you several dollars -

was attracted to a squad of Federal selves with glory. I wish I could I for instruction of officers and
soldiers who bad evidently been in money by keeping receipts in
on guard during the night bAt were say that our troops were equally successful i men of the future air navy of the

now getting their breakfast. They but as a matter of fact they -t United States are going rapidly for- easy reference or may save more than that

1 were well supplied with rations and had fewer opportunities. It was like f ward at the navy's flying school at
in valuable time not to mention the
teemed In high spirits. this. At the pumping station, upon Pensacola. Canvas hangars now are annoy-

"Just then I caught sight of a lank which this city chiefly depends for housing the machines and the shops ance of being unable to find the paper you

hungry looking fellow who was unmistakably its water supply, and which is more c and buildings of.the naval station are
an ex-Confederate. He wore wish at the time need it.
than nine miles on the other side of being adapted to the other needs of just you
a ragged faded gray jacket with the
buttons cut off a pair of most dilapidated nowhere, is an American outpost of this branch of the service. Naval

blue trousers and an old canvas 250 marines.To aeronautical experts believe Pensacola W. S. BRANCH,

haversack, as empty as extra-sidereal them appeared suddenly, out of has many advantages as a site for

space bung around hIs neck. If he the blue, two Mexican cavalrymen, the new school.A .

had eaten a square meal within six under a white flag. They explained course of instruction for air pilots The Arcade Book and Music Store
months deceitful Baronet BiscuitRound
h appearances were that they represented a mixed forceof and one for mechanicians has
He was partially bidden behind a cotton
bale whence he watched tbe Yan- five hundred Federals, and unless thin, tender- been approved by Secretary Daniels

kee spread with eyes that threatened the outposts surrendered within ten with a delightful flavorappropriate and a class of officers and enlistedmen

'r to protrude across the Intervening dis minutes things would happen.The for will be detailed to take the r "

tance. commander of the marines replied luncheon, tea and courses preparatory to the "aerial

"About the time 1 saw him the that in that.case they had bet- dinner xo cents. service of the sea." A post graduatecourse Hammond Gore
of him. They
'Tanks' also
caught ter return before the ten minutes were will be provided for promising
<, held a short consultation; then one of
bixa up-which they did. Thereafter the students who may be sent abroad or
them sprang up, started toward
and shouted out: marines waited for three-quarters of 4 to technical schools in this country. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.

"Hello, reb Come this way; we an hour-but nothing happened. They "The regular course for the pres- -- -- --
want your heard, however, five shots fired from ent," said Secretary Daniels today, REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
"For some reason-perhaps becauseI somewhere, which presumably repre- "is laid out for one year, until further

was sick and peevish-I conceived sented the Mexican army. One of the experience may change this period. COMPARE
the Idea that they wanted to arrest I marines he the students each
thought saw something,, From among year
- him and blood boiled with
my lndlg-I so he fired too, and did not hit it. And the officers will also be selected to
nation at so totally an OUR FURNITUREWe
of oppression. I that was the end of the engagement. continue on duty at the school as in-

,, 'he Johnnie' evidently entertaicei There is not much in this story to structors. In order to graduate from
t: the same opinion for he began a rather write about, but the effect upon our ZuZuPrince the school and be eligible for a post- provide the quality of furniture that has long
been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the
r' rapid retreat A fresh summons however war correspondents was extraordinary. graduate course or to be selected as
of appetizers. of merit. If article is here it is
standard an good.It .
of threats,
re-enforced by a volley Our numbers, including latest an instructor, each student must have
Makes daily trips from wouldn't here were it otherwise. We can't make
Induced him to turn and approach the
arrivals, must now be somewhere over qualified for and received a navy air
party with an attempted dignity of Ginger-Snap Land to this point too clear-it is one,of the foundation stonesof
seven hundred and not one of them pilot's certificate. When officers grad-
demeiftor that was ludicrous comparedwith waiting mouths every- this business, and that means much to any buyer.
his hasty retrograde movement but was in himself a perfect 4.7 of where. Say Zu Zu to uate from the school they will go into

t a "When he reached the spot where activity. Never was seen such a the grocer man, 5 cents. regular service in the air craft that

tb* 'grub' was the Yanks seized him, i buckling on of swords and spurs and will be in commission and serving MeNEQI & DAVIS BLOCK,

g made him sit down and began to exert -. breastplates and cowboy hats and accoutrements with the fleet The aircraft will take

themselves to appease hIs manifest generally.And their place in the branch of the fleet Cor. Orange Ave and Church St., Orlando Fla.L .

hunger. I have known some extraordinary there arose at once the ques- that provides for its 'security and information L J.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"IIII'I'I"'IIIIIIII'IIIIII

feeders, but I honestly believe i tion of horses. The pumping station, e FVh I by protecting the fighting *-
have never seen other two men
IY any as I have said, is nine miles on the battleships from the aircraft, submarines -
eat as much as that fellow did. IrQ
other side of nowhere. Some of us r and mines of the enemy and
kept at It steadily for net less than an I 6f
hour while the Tanks aided and encouraged j as was only natural, took cabstobe scouting for information of the loca- .

him to the utmost He drank charged later to expense account. tion and strength of the enemy's

six tin cupfuls of coffee. He swelled I Others as being more properly mili- fighting fleet. They very probably
We Will Put the Reinsof
visibly and I wondered how his frail tary decided to buy or hire horses. One I will form a part of the fighting ele-

garments stood the tension. gentleman, my very good friend,was ment by attacking other aircraft and

"When crammed at length hIs he weatberbeeten Dished his captors oid luckier than the commonalty. He Buy biscuit baked by dropping bombs on submarines, tor- Success in Your

met a Mexican gentleman, of shabby pedo craft and the enemy's battle- .
haversack full of hard tack and bacon NATIONAL
and sent him on his way reiolei:g. appearance, in the street, riding upona ships." HandsHow

"It Is scarcely necessary to say that four-legged animal about the size BISCUIT ---- --- TAre -

my own feelings In regard to the in- of a Great Dane. He approached him

cident had very materially changed at once, and after a spirited contest, COMPANY ? By furnishing you witha

during its progress." purchased the animal for $35 Mex., Always k for that
t which at the present rate of exchangeis I perfect Fertilizer. Let ourreprescnta-
The Gallery's Verdict. I You Worn ?
about 2 pounds 15s., a price which a
In the old days the proprietor of a tive call He will give a
music ball always used to walk up included saddle, bridle and other in- .1 ; on you. you

aiii down the center gangway duringthe cidentals. Then he proceeded to i ; formula that will make and mature

performances and restrain the ex- mount.I of Bull Durham tobacco, such as they

uberance of his patrons. One night a have heard though I will not I provide in the United States battle- : your fruit

lady singer began a doleful ballad In vouch for it-for you can never be- ships-and is thoroughly satisfied Tako Gar ui
a still more doleful voice and at once
lieve any word that you hear in Mexico -I with his bargain.
received the bird" from the gallery.
that he was seen some four
That'll do. boys" said the proprietor:

chance."Order," please But !when Give the the performancewas artiste a I northern hours later suburbs staggering, earring through the exhaus-the fw[ ijUAlIAO[ IN THE[ FEDERAL[ [ The Woman's Tonic Tile Soutileril f Fertilizer r Co.

finished he took off his hat, bowedto ted charger ever his shoulder.I .
the gallery and remarked. beg personally took a cab and told RESERVE[ [ [ SYSTEM[

pardon were quite right"-London the drive the battle field.
you man to to
| ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDAcow
Express. After he had driven about two hours .

Life. we met the Mexican army.It Only Fifty State Banks and Trust FOR SUE AT ALL DRU66ISTF IMMMIIMMMMMMeMiMMtHMIIIHMIMHIMw.
under tree and it Companies Have Complied
was resting a 4
In certain of Its essential respects, a
madhouse: In others a pageant; In still was smoking a cigarette, and its With the Law
others a commonplace succession of rifle was about twenty yards away ii+IMHIMiilimiilllliMMMIIMillimMHMIM**'

humdrum incidents. At times you are from it, resting against another Washington, June 27.-Fifty state ac

quite sure it Is all a gray monotony; tree, and it was very comfortableand banks and trust companies have qual- 1POPuLARMtC6AMCS

again it begins to arise and spread Itself quite happy. I could have ified for membership in federal reserve .aK tnJO PEASWe

like an Arabian night And the captured it and thereby ended the banks as against 7,500 national
unexpected breaks loose-a series of ARTICLES
"peaceful occupation" of Mexico, butI banks.
strange encounters flashes of vivid
jostling am a non-combatant, and the sub This small number of state insti- 300
color bright eager personalities -
and strutting In excess of ritality.Harper's ject of a neutral power, so I only tutions in the new federal banking ILLUSTRA
asked it where the is due to state laws for-
t Weekly. fighting was. plan chiefly TIONSPopular
\ / have a limited supply of IRON AND BRAB
It yawned and waved its arm sleep- bidding state banks to acquire stockin

Hats and the Sexes.A ily and said "Quien sabe? which is other corporations. There are only HAM COW PEAS in stock. Write for quotations, name
woman can take a dime to the Mexican for "How the devil should Iknow" twenty states in which treasury department Mechanics
liver counter of the butcher's shop and desired. Price
ing quantity sure right.
And then it asked me if I officials are absolutely cer- Magazine"WRITTEN
strike a better bargain than a man
could make: but a man can wear a had any news to give it, or any cigars tain it is possible for state banking SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT We carry constavJy a full line of crate material of

two dollar bat till it turns green while or any money, because it wasa institutions to become members of A GREAT Continued Story of tie World* Tl

a woman can wear a twenty-five dollar very poor man. I gave it a cigarof the new federal reserve banks with- at any Progress tune,which and which you may will begin hold reading your all kinds.
one only till her friends know It by exceeding rankness, and it lightedit out some modification of the laws. interest forever. You are living in the best
qbt.- >uisrllie Courier-Journal year of the most wonderful age of what is Ask for prices on Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant Car-
and became very much more ami- These states are Vermont, New York, doubtless the greatestwould in the universe.
A resident
A Favor She Won't Ask. able, and explained it to me in so New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, ilfiA gladly pa1$1 riers, etc. Phones 181191.F. .

"Aunt Clara" said four-year-old many words, that it had not the vagu- Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, SUBSCRIPT ON

Flossie "I want to ask a favor of you." est idea what all the trouble was Indiana, Illinois, South Carolina, Ala- to this magazine,5n order to keep informed of
our progress m Engineering and Mechanics.
"Well, what Is It, dear?" asked her about, and had I. bama, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, Are you reading iti? Two millions of your IF. Dutton
neighbors are and it is the favorite
aunt Just then the cabman, who was California and Oregon. sine in thousands of the best American map.
"When I grow up," continued the little homes. It appeals to all classes-old and
miss "will you lend me one of your consumedly bored by the whole proceedings Two of these states, Kentucky and young-men and women. SANFORD, FLORIDA

long skirts until I can have mine let and had just missed killinga South Carolina, passed enabling acts The gives"Shop e&811ra11 Hotes"to do Dntrtmeat things-how(20 to pant make) 515tf.

downr-Cbicagi News. fly on the near end of the off horse since the passage of the federal reserve useful articles for home and shop repairs,etc.

with his whip, explained to me that act which makes it possible for make Amateur Mission Xech&rornitare.ea"(10,wireless psjres outfits)tens,how boat to
How to Tell. he would want twenty pesos althoughhe their state institutions to enter the engines,magic,and all toe things boy loves': "111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'"
Bow can tell when a woman Is $130 KR YEAR. SIN6U COPIES IS CENTS
you" had originally agreed to take me federal system. Officials in many Aik rftdeaIer J to ibow 1.a.a or
for I hate I other have the MtitMliMMMiMIMIitHMIttlMIMiliii II III 4+lit
"When they Intend to buy they ask ten. arguments, so gave states given reserve POP .AR MECHANICS CO.
to see something cheaper. When they're the Mexican armyfifty cents Mex., bank organization committee assur- 318 W.Wuhugtoo St,CHICAGO

shopping they ask If you haven't some- and asked him to argue the matter ance that steps would be taken to

thing more expensive in stock."Lou- for me, which he did to everybody's make similar change in their state New White Sailors

chile Courier ournal complete satisfaction. Then he did laws but in most cases the legislaturedoes Takes Off Freckles

his very best to explain to me that not convene until 1915.Ko ,

"Aviation Its Is Moral usually Advantage.conducive to the his sister had a yaung man friend% effort has been made by the reserve Removes Tan. The latest fadINTHEEAST

c- control of one's temper." who told her that a passing peon had bank organization committeeto Beantifyyourcomplexion. Get

"How for told him that he knew a man who had induce state organizations to par- rid of those freckles. You can r

"It would never do when several hundred every reason to believe that the fight- ticipate in the federal system as national invest 50c in a jar of \YILSOVS -
feet up in We air for one to get ing was takig place. So I drove on banks over-subscribed the stockof FRECKLE CREAM
would fr-Baltimore Ameri and they'll disappear. Severe ,
put out. for another hour or so and landed in the reserve banks. However, state
cases may require two jars-
can. a marsh, and the cabman said that institutions which were anxious to beamongi no more. We positively guar-

Settlement Work. the off horsewas the son of an animal ori.d fel members of the antee this and if your com 1 MSSESSAIILM&DMN |
about Muggins taking U9&T wel med. plexion isn't fully restored to
Did you hear that shall be nameless, so I decidedto were
its natural beauty, we agree to refund your
= up settlement work T' let the fighting look after, itself, money without argument. And in addition.
"Tee. He usually works his creditors and told him to drive back tohe mil- FO.OF JULY WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is a fine fra- for Corsets
dollar.-Town grant toilet cream. Doesn't cause hair to grow, Agents Barclay
!:: for 50 cents on the itary headquarters, at the corner of and does positively remove TAN and
ics. FREC+LiS. Try it at our risk. Price 50c-
the Alameda. Fish fry at Russell's Point. Good sent by mail if desired. Mammoth jars $1.00.
VVILSON'S FAIR SKIN SOAP Wilson cCall's Patterns
Tour own words and actions are the 1 As to the owner of Marengo, he music, dancing, bathing, and other Frecke! Cream Co., Charleston, S. c., makers
only things you will be called to ac- traded that worthy beast immediately sports. Take Jones' 'bus in front of For sale byj.

y punt for.-A Eempls. on his return for sateen title bags postoffice. 28-tf N. MCELROY .' 1111".1.11.1..1.111.1111111111.011111111,11 ,.,



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g South Florida Sentinel (By W. S. Branch) !
MORNING AND WEEKLY Tampa has a sewing club of young : I desire to call

I JOSIAH FEKBIS. Editor and Owner. ladies who have chosen the uniquename to the] New
of "Jolly Kewpies." One can
as the:Brooks
Entered at the portoffie at Orlando. Florka scarcely! ,imagie u company of mis- '
Second CUu Mad Matter. going 'into'eir
u f. .( 'chievjus kewpies si&fts:? quietly in a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES sewing circle with thimble, needle and the shipper to

3 DaD,. 1 Year ..........................$5.00Dail dainty emlru!fiery, and if the name is standard ,
,. < Months ....................... 2.50
Daily S Months ..".................... L25 characteristic of the club no doubt are not put in r
Dan,. 1 Month ....................... .50 there is fun and merriment for this
Weekly 1 Year ....................... 1.00 happy coteries after the sewing is the net
Weekly, C Months ..................... .78 laid aside. I age
i numerical count. !
f TO ADVERTISERS: made the basis
The new world famous name ofRooseveltjneans
t. Copy for display aad all ":her hand-let I .a field of roses, butiHidl .smaller E
adTertbiiic suet M landed 1. at the bnuneuolieo : !
.f tie Sentinel net later than Z p. mtit iliuswrioui's bearer of the name bushels or
} day before publication. This rule applies will have obstacles to overcome in vided by two.
t roatnet'adnrt is
U chances for I JIr; it
brariabk and will be strictly adhered to. his proposed political march which must have a

s. will prove a thorny and briary rose inches; length of
Subscribe desiring The Sentinel discontinued -
z should notify the office in writing en. field before enough voters I step into bilge not less
:f. the date of expiration, otherwise it will be line to place him in the White House. measurement.
continued at the regular subscription rates,
until notice to atop is received. Will the Bull Moose battle song be the heads must

"Onward, Christian Soldiers," "Shall inches. Citrus
I TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914.
4' We GathYAt the River," or "He with their inside (

KnowsIt AU" ? though they
..> '!i number of fruits )
.. i
{ ---
Though\ in respects a model information is
} Mr. Josiah Ferris of many
proprietor !
to vigorously
disciplinarian, Uncle Sam appears to I
the Sentinel, who has been seriously be at his'wits' end in the Mexican I ida shippers

1. ill the past month, is now' conval- puzzler and about to retie and let that the law is

; escent, and after a couple of weeks the bojl j :come to a head according to I! Yours

1 confinement to his home, during Mexican* treatment. The wily I i
knows not when he is -
which time he hopes to regain his reprimanded i
: '- t 'punished and possibly
: strength, he will be oijt mingling I i Mr and Mrs.
we may as well close our eyes to the ,
$ with with his friends as of yore. horror\,qfj i conditions there, thankingour lando,

n Mr. Ferris has had a severe seige lucky stars that we belong to to relatives in

q- and a host of friends, not only in Uncle Sam's immediate family. j:they are the
I I daughter, born
; Orange County but throughout the I Johnson is
Jacksonville is to take Or- a
state, will be glad to'know he is on trying Johnson and
the road to recovery. lando's lone cigar factory.-Tampa I I ter of Miss
Tribune. I I
o We would remind the Tribune that : commodating ; :
{ OUR LIQUOR BILL while Orlando is not in Tampa's classin i the postoffice,

tt cigar making, we have two live j very happy

Some editor with more time than and thriving factories, both of which I I!little lady.-

sell their products as far north as the ;
this one has figured out what could
state of Maine-and Jacksonville motion, more
be done with' the $1,750,000,000 an- didn't get one of them either, it is : been registered

nually spent in the United States for here, to stay and double its output They were I

intoxicating liquors. Here's the .result and pay roll, thanks to the enterpriseand years ago, and I

: generosity of our business men. stoned, but this

We could build ten hospitals in J i disappeared and I
club is
T each state at a cost of $100,000.each Dear Mother: I II
officials and
know will be rejoiced to' a
yo u
and endowed with $500,000; we could is growing in
know that I began going to Sunday i
build four colleges in each state, each : out all through
school in July, when the movement
costing $1,000,000 and endowed with "Every Man in Sunday School" be- ; spite of the ,

I the same' amount; we' could build a gan. I have thought for years thatI 32 cents per

i road from New York to San Francisco had outgrown! such instruction, but Remus puts it,
I found that I both needed and '
enjoyed -
at a cost of $10,000,000 and give I
it, and am feeling much the i ., ,
each stale through which it
passes better for it. I am now a Baraca <1
$1,000,000 to build contributing roads; man and ready to help in any work : Geo. +
we could equip 10,000 playgrounds they want to do, and the extra sleep : : 111111111111111111111111111111111111"1''f I \

for children at a cost of $2,000 each; I used to consider necessary on Sun- : r r
could day morning doesn't count at all. : J T
we give each state $10,000,000for Your loving son, I

industrial education in the public Jamie. I

schools;-'we could place fifty libraries *

} in each state costing $100,000 and en- Not alone in America and Europe I

dowed with $100,000. does the hum of the motor car fill
the air with noise and commotion 248
After 'doing all these things with
but in far away Japan they are,
the money we spend for booze we tak-I
ing very kindly to this mode of
could still have something like $40-

000,000 left for other purposes.
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g Nothing but the best goes in Or- i You
lando. Best sewerage system in the

state; best paved streets, and other
bests too numerous to mention put

this city in the front rank of progres-

sive Florida. municipalities.OrlandoSentinel. 11 [cELR OY'S

These things are worth braggingover. Give us a Trial. Quick Delivery in

t;, Orlando grows and propers be- .Mill .,

cause her citizens realize that modern

improvements and conveniences are ... ,

her best Times advertisements.o -Apalachicola I

Science is playing havoc with the .-----
small boy. Only a few years ago, -.
when the gloriously deadly fourth : t. ATTRACTIVE GIFTS

y came around, he could blow himself
} up and have lockjaw to his heart's Day
lives of people
young -
i'' content, dying a hero to his fellow \, :'t "y of appreciation and

kids. In these days he gives promiseof ". : occasion. What could be

living to a good old age, becominga Jewelry?
politician and getting defeated every ;.11

time he tries to be patriotic and : J'. \ DIAMONDS

4 serve his country. : rC We direct the

o the many pretty and

President Wilson says he promiseda .'In&: ..j store. From the most
est novelties to the
negro delegation, soon after inaugu- !
mond or a Dependable
ration, to appoint negroes to all offices ues and assortment.

; now held by negroes. We are A visit to our store

glad Hayes Lewis got Joe Lee's job ) t obligation to buy.T.H.Evans.
cx '
I- before. the president made that promise f'

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< reaching you this morning, "there'sa

reason". The linotype operator was

taken ill early in the night and it

u k was with the greatest difficulty that I K [

lc on the time.paper is gotten out anything like '

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The Hillsborough CountY?grud !
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missioners yesterday,one being indicted -

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,WADE. : TBEATREJ The following account of the Wind-

THE TUNER ham-Moore wedding is taken from ;
::1:1r i
a ORLANDO, FLA.,. H the Daytona Gazette-News:
Open 2p.m.and6:30p.m.
0. millJT Jas. E. Windham and Miss Florence
i o. !(
Admission I 5. .cents I Louise, Moore were united in,l marT B ; II
:Sunday morning at the home of: :
r Mr. ,J. P., Musselwhite ,is in town _?___ *"" Tyi I D-'>CDGD-'>(lDCD-'>CQ! the bride's parents, the Mooreland, "Cpt n it t Allen's"-11

k from Geneva,for a few days. on North'Ridgewood avenue, the cere-

:,:j' ,:Mr. I. W. Phillips made a business BUYS AND SELLS William in a wonderful Clifford two and reel Phyllis 101 Bison Gordon money being performed'by' Rev. Wm. ,

trip up to Sanford yesterday.Mr. Indian feature, "The Eleventh Hour." J. Drew, minister of the Congrega J

; A. C. Starbird, of Apopka, was REAL ESTATE A one reel Powers comedy, "TheCount's tional church, in the presence of relatives -- ... -

business visitor to our city yesiterday. Information"Don't and a few intimate friends.

[i miss this great program. The ring ceremony was used.

4 The house had been tastefully dec
Miss Berman left yesterday fort
Atlanta. Ga., to spend the remainder 600 acres south ofVin- : ORLANDO AND WINTER PARK orated for the event with flowers and Show Us Your WatchFobsPRASE

PLAY INNING GAME palms and potted plants and the '
o of the summer. ter Garden and west of : '
i bride was charming in white and carried ;,
'J; Hon. S. L. Luper, county treasurer G tha, including 10 acre : The Orlando second team motoredup a bouquet of roses presented by

r of Osceola county, was in the city; or nge grove. The entire I: to Winter Park yesterday after :Miss Lillian Bingham, who, in com- Summer is the time for you

yesterday afternoon. tract covered with noon and engaged in a battle royal pany with the bride's sister and to have a fob, we have one in

f. yesterday for Lake Junaluska, N. C., yellow'pine timber. Two I the ninth inning it looked like a Moore, strewed flowers before the our assortment that .

Jo' spend the summer. miles of lake shore.IIIIIMtllMIIIIIIIIIIIM. loser for he Orlando boys, but they bridal couple when they left the house please you.

Mrs. Pearl Drew, who has spent i. woke up and evened up the score in for the railway depot. D Our Watch Chainsare D

P several days in our city, left yester the ninth frame, and after two more The ceremony took place at nine

'l day for Evansville, Ind. I. innings, in which neither team could o'clock and the couple after receiving '
the best made
Miss Ophelia Cooper, of JacksonVille score, the game had to be called on congratulations were taken to the depot : we can

is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Mr. T. J. Cochran, of 204 Shelby account of darkness, the score being by D. F. Randolph in his car and furnish any kind you want-

: Caruthers, South Lake street., street, who is a valued employe' of; four to four.Hunter departed on the 10:18 train for a those with 20 year guaranteeare

Mr. R. H. McNair, of Fernandina, Chase &'Company, is up again aftera did the twirling and Blackman short wedding trip to points in the very modest in price.

if is in the city for a few days, looking rather severe attack of malarial the receiving for the Winter northern part of the state, but are

i around with a view to locating in this fever, which has kept him confined to Park team, while Bennett and Keyes expected to return to Daytona, pos- '

county. his home for the past ten days. performed for the visitors. The others sibly today or tomorrow,and go from Allen &. Co.
; :
in the line-up of the Orlando team this city to Orlando, where they will
' Mrs. B. G. Abernethy returned yes- Mr. A. A. Feizl left yesterday for
were Dann, first; Walton, second; hake their home.
:*,, terday from Tampa, where she has Jacksonville and will sail today for JewelersPrompt
Rodenbaugh, third; Musselwhite, The bride, who is a daughter of
[1 been visiting her daughter for the New York city. He expects to be
week. away about six weeks and will purchase short; Anderson, right; Palmer, cen Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Moore, of this

past new machinery and accessoriesfor ter, and Anderson, left. Prof. Pope city, returned to Daytona two weeks Repairing

'It makes no difference which Sunday his business before returning.Self umpired and the Orlando boys say ago from Oakland, where she had .'
} school you go to. The important I there is none better with the indi been teaching school. The groom, a Everthing

Jot thing is to go, and go the whole respect is a great asset. No cator. well known business man of
Ii month of July. man can do his full duty by his family .
Orlando, came over from that city a
his fellow man and his God without
" ,
There is nothing that returns so few days prior to the wedding which
feeling more respect for himself. City Engineer G. R. Ramsey was
much for so little cost and effort as had been arranged for Sunday.Mrs. .
Moral: Try it in July. Every Sunday on the job yesterday for the first
to attend Sunday school regularly. .
Windham has friends in
several his recent attack many
school in Orlando wants you. time in days,
Try it during July. and who will wish
forsaken him and Daytona vicinity
Mrs. W. 'P. Pillans who has been of illness having
/ Mrs. C. B. Magruder arrived yes for herself and Mr. Windham a long
left' him almost as good as new. Ib .d)
and Mrs. S.
her Mr.
:. ,terday from DeLand to visit her chil- visiting parents, and happy life. IEZXOEHliCIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIHttttlMHIIIHIItlMill. ,
A. Robinson, on North Main street, Chief of Police William Smith was
dren, Mr. J. B. Magruder and Miss
has returned to her home at Lakeland out yesterday morning for the first ___n___.____ -- ----- --
Sallie Magruder. Mr. Pillans having come up after time; in a couple of weeks, havinb been ECHO MEETING EPWORTH
J. W. and daughter, LEAGUE ,. ,
.Mrs. Stagg
.j. :' her through the country in his confined to his home by illness. He

' F'f Miss.Sarah, expect to go down to St. is still a little weak and it will be .

: Petersburg tomorrow to visit Mr. and car.Miss active The regular services at the Methodist
before he into 3k
Stanley, who has been spending several; days gets frJ
,'. Mrs John W. Stagg, Jr. harness again. church were omitted Sunday r yatrn
the winter at 23 East Concord
night and the Epworth League held
Mr. Hamilton Johnson left yesterday
avenue' and Miss Hainer, who has I Mr. Lloyd S. Tenny, secretary-man-
an echo meeting of the St. Petersburg -
afternoon for Springs,
t Holly been the guest of Mrs. Mahlon Gore ager of the Florida Growers' andshippers'
Miss. to his little daughter, who convention of a couple of weeks PURE HONEY
see I at
:f on Lucerne Circle, expect to leave tonight League, is at present I
is quite sick there with Mrs. Johnson. ago. The meeting was conducted by I: *
Norfolk for another conference with
for New Fork Icity and otherastern ,
j Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Robbins left yes- : points.If prominent railroad officials, discussing Mr. James Burden, president of the Ii JELLY TUMBLERS

terday for Springfield, Ohio. :Mrs. matters of importance connected league. ;1

l' Robbins has been ill at the Christ I did not care anything about with the transportation problems on Miss L'liza Wright gave a report I:

sanitarium' and had to be carried on Sunday school for myself, I'd help Florida products. Mr. Tenny expectsto of the St. Petersburg meeting, to Ii FRUIT JAR RUBBERSWe

* the fellow that does. No man livesto which she was a delegate, while Ains- I
a cot return early this week, and will be
himself dies to himself. The worth McKenzie for
nor gave a 'report :
Miss Sadie Baker, of Key West, present at the Interstate Commerce
balance of the world has to live ando the Junior Epworth League. Mr. A. are selling oranges this week at
',who has been visiting with her broth- Commission' hearing in Jacksonville,
business with children and P. solo and the choir
our Curry, sang a :
; Baker leaves today for
crMr. Harry July 6th.
the hat goes further than our likes and responded.... with an appropriate. anII|II 10 cents per dozen.
JamesvIDe: to attend summer '
Beeman Mrs. Jas.
H. ,
l dislikes.Mr. them, "Stand Up for Jesus. The ]
school Laughlin III., Dr. and Mrs. Hal !'
R. L. Hyer received a telegram service was very interesting and there I
Mrs. fiVry Baker, who has been Beardall, Mr. Edwin Beeman, Father '
Sunday announcing the death of his was a good attendance. The church !i'I i
making G\lando her home through Ryan and niece, and Miss Rita Lawton '
brother-in-law, Mr. J. W. Worsham, was tastefully decorated with the
the winter, leaves Friday to visit rel- left yesterday for St. Augustine, league colors.TWENTIETH. THE SANITARY GROCERY
at Covington, Ga., and immediately
atives and friends in Valdosta, and where they will today attend the consecration -
let to attend the funeral. Mr. Wor-
other points in Georgia. of the new Catholic bishopof
sham visited in Orlando last winter
Mr. Wm. Olsen and family, of Geor- Florida, the Very Rev. Michael J.
and has many friends here who will The Twentieth Century club will
gia, are spending a few days in the Curley. Mrs. Beeman and party motored Phone 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street
be sorry to learn of his death. I meet with Mrs. T. C. Whitman, on 1
They formerly resided here and over and will drive on up to
city.were surprised to see the changes I Mrs. W. C. McLean and Mrs. J. A. I I Jacksonville for a few days and backto Central avenue, Wednesday, July 1st, 1I
at 3:15 The fifth act of
m. "Kingohn"
Abberger left yesterday for Hills- p.
that had taken place in the past two Daytona Beach for the fourth of FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.
will be read. CUT
boro, N. C., to spend a few weeks. July. I
years On their way home they will visit FUNERAL DESIGNS
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Curtis, Mrs. Mayor Sperry and Chief of Police
Mrs. McLean's brother and wife, Mr. MLLE. GROSSE MAKES BIG HIT
I B. M. Robinson and little girls, and Smith are kind hearted, even to policemen lillllililUIIMlim
and Mrs. Wm. House, in Atlanta, to i illilll
Mr, 0. T. Switzer returned yesterday and have decided to allow Those patrons of the Lucerne who .
whom born Sunday a fine baby '
from Daytona Beach, where they them to leave off their coats these braved the heat waves last night
girl, who will be christened Gertrude were more than paid for their trouble and loan HOME LAUNDRY CLOSES FOR
that life you
have been enjoying the bathing forth warm days. It is needless to say We your
when Mlle. Grosse her THE SUMMERThe
I cent
son. sang songs. real estate at 6
on per
past two weeks. all the policemen will rise up and call Without doubt she is the best money
has been launched soprano interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co., Home Laundry will close for
and :Mr. W. W. A new battleship them blessed. It is no pleasure towear who has been in Orlando in the last Fla. Will
Dr. J. C. Sykes Curry, Building, Tampa, the summer June 27th. open
window of the Jos. L. I I
in the display these couple of years, to say the least, and
who are were operated on any kind of a coat days, 325d&wtfBuy October 1st. At that time we will
Guernsey: Hardware her selections brought a big and continued
company to remind when is
sanitarium yesterday, l and a policeman's coat is particularly give good service help scarce.
the McEwan
at fourth. It is the workof applause.She for the
us of the not look garden seed from DeLaney Thanking our patrons past
uncomfortable. They may will this your
for and the I appear every evening
former appendicits
the business, we hope to see them again
Mr.'Kendrick Guernsey, and bears & Abernethy. Just received a
formidable to offenders in their week, and change; her songs nightly,
throat trouble both 1st.
for were
later I of fresh seed. 3-13-tf Qctober
this inscription: faster so that those who wish to hear her big shipment Rolla Reel.
shirt sleeves but they can run HOME LAUNDRY,
resting well last night. evening will not have to hear
"Whether you travel by rail or water, I follow- every 6-23-lw
coatless, whether leading or the same songs over and over again. Fish fry at Russell's Point, Satur
If you don't use our luggage,
what ing. Her soprano is powerful rich and fourth of July. Take the 'bus
Eat you want Well you'd prter." day, Ice cold melons at Self's Marketon
want. !by gum sweet, and will be sure to please the
Eat all 28-tf
you in front of postoffice. 6-26-lw
most exacting.-Adv. East Pine street.
and it.
Take a postscript forget Eat what you want.
sale all :::
For by druggists.
Fish fry at Russell's ,Point, Saturday Eat all you want.
Md&w.lyrTry Take a postscript and forget it. MlllitllMMIMMHIIHIHHJJLAltiAlttillMilllttMIMHtttHlttH MMIMI MMMM> 11111111111111111111.
fourth of July. .Take the 'bus I For sale by all durggists. HIMH
the Sentinel Job Department. in front of postoffice. 28-tf 1.7d&wlyr'ftCRNTODAY '



campaign of the go to Sunday

School in July-accept this invi-

I tation Mr. Man and attend each

Mlle. Grosse dramatic will beautiful and if A
: ; ; soprano, sing some every Sunday possible.

i | ; songs. Don't fail to hear her. tonight. Her voice is
all the
wonderful. union service Sunday

; ;

i i ; "Breed 0' TtaNorth, fine two reel Broncho fcaiii Schools will be held in the Pres-

' turc. byterian Church Sunday night,

; ; "Courting of Prudence," a one reel Beauty comedy.

July 5th, 7:30 p. m. Every per-

That Dollar Box of Candy and the Pass will be given away

again tonight to the _holder of the lucky ten cent ticket. son, especially the men of Orlan-

( First Floor 10 Centsli 1 i' Balcony 5 &Qts Children 5 Cents TM": doii&iwelcomed to this service.MiMtiiHiiiiiiiiimiMiiiMMHiiHtiiiiiiimiimttiiimiiiMiu. j

Children under twelve admitted free to mitinee if accompanied -

by adult purchasing first floor ticket. "

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;-<";I,#.:';:;-yqi;,: "J:.; ,.9 1";..- r-THE" i meStontad NO ,PLANS REORGANIZATION YET- DRAFTED FOR [PEOPLE'S WANTSMUNNIMAKERS I II umber, Laths and Shingles

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/ k New.York, June 27.-While no def I
}, "
tH inite plans have been drafted for reorganization I v
( Notices of Lotto Wanted, For Sale Fer (
!:.... Attorney Says That Her of the H. B. Claflin com 'Bent etc. for this column 2oe flit one day. INAIH L UMBER COMPANY.
!' pany, which went into the hands of Me for three dan or 11.00 for one week for'
Steering, Gear Was 25 words or lest. Money must actentpany
Faulty receivers Thursday, three possibilities the advertisements far this column, u BO
were said to be under considera- insertion will be made on credit
I I.
t tion. The first for actual
1. Quebec, Canada, June 27.Contentions provides ORLANDO
consolidation of the Claflin chain of FOR SALE
that the story submitted to the
stores, making the New York housein Nursery stock, one, two, three and
; Empress of Ireland wreck commis- effect a purchasing for the four year old buds; Foster Early,
? sion by Captain Kendall and officersof agency Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash
retail stores, cut off from relations ington Navel. Address Mrs. M.Kahle
the lost liner was false, that the *
present heading of the sunken hull with any other stores. The second Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf Royal Cement, Agatite Plaster and Perfection LimeWE
would retain the strong members of
proves the Storstad's owners convic-
the group of stores and provide for FOR SALE-Mitchell roadster; rare
tions as to how the collision took nilllllilMMMIMMMMIMtliliMllllllllllililtlttORLANDO
liquidation of the others. The third bargain; recently completely over-
place, and that Captain Kendall, unnerved hauled and made good as new in ev- :
by the appearance of the collier provides for taking over the stores ery part; guaranteed first class con- AND DO ALL KINDS OF
by banks of the cities in which they dition be sold at
after his steering gear had broken ; must at once, even OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
are located, the banks to determine sacrifice. Come, or address, White I
down; lost his head, formed the Rock Farm Fla.
whether : Poultry Leesburg,
liquidation wise I
was or
main part of the address made this 4-23-tf:

F morning: by C. S. Haight, summing whether individual reorganizationshould \ :
be brought about.
up for the collier's owners. He at- FOR SALE-An A-l motor boat. e. I:
J. B. Martindale and Frederic A.
tempted to show that the collision Eighteen feet long and has four jlI

was caused solely by the Empress being Juilliard, the receivers, expect to be horse power engine. Will sell rea- I:
able to condensed sonable. Call at J. L. Empie boat
stopped directly in the path of present a statement shop on Gould street 6-18-2w j: I
of the affairs of the Claflin company Water & Light Co.
the Storstad. L H. RAMSDELL :
to the creditors in about tendays. I
"If the steering gear of the Em- FOR SALE-A good little mare, OPTOMETRIST :

press broke down," said Mr. Haight, 1,000 pounds, sound, gentle, a good i
"there was an explanation for one of It was stated today that the reportof worker, nine years old, in good order; (Saeeesior to Dr. 0. P. Likini)
the receivers' accountants will also good wagon. Will take $110 for
the most surprising movements ever show a substantial of the horse and wagon, worth $200; haveno ORLANDO, .. FLORIDAForSale I
known at sea." He referred to the part com use for her. J. E. Tracy, Taft, ElectricityGas
pany's loans were made to it by em Fla. 6-23-lwk
testimony of Captain Kendall that
ployes.A .
when he met the fog, he had put his
sugestion of this practice FOR SALE-A few young registered .ItlililllllltillilllllMff!
: engines full speed astern from full Poland China boars. If interested J !
3 heard Water Ice
yesterday when the receivers
speed ahead.MI submit," he said, I answer at once. Address. J. H., care i -
applied for the release of $707.04 6-23-tf
I "that there is an explanation to be i
held in the of the Defender
found for this surprising order, if it moneys FOR SALE-Or to rent, brown bun-

is true that something had gone Manufacturing company, a Claflin galow, corner West and South Office No. J8 West Central Ave.
J wrong with his ship's steering gear. subsidiary. This company employed street. Inside all newly furnished. OR ?--
There be to 350 girls. Each summer they set Inquire of F. W. McAuley, or Daet- I
must some emergency
make him put his engines full speed aside twenty-five or fifty cents a wyler. 27-3t EXCHANGEFive 1

astern when the vessels were from week for a vacation fund. This WANTED-To exchange Vose piano, I

;' two to four miles apart and on a safe money was deposited with the com- in good condition, for Victrola and Room House, built < Telephone No. 6
pany. Judge Hand signed the orderor records. Piano may be seen at Formosa I
Y and clearing course. release, assuring the girls immediate Address P. 0. Box 2. Oakland, of cement blocks 24x36, .
One of the two vessels, he argued, Fla.
use of the money. Cartright shingles, two I
was to blame for changing her course

f : in the fog, thus violating a rudimentary WANTED-To on improved city borrow real$800 estate.or $1.000 Threeto lots 100x150, some young I

navigation law. Upon that ship, DR. A. B. WHITMAN four years time. Address "M," peach, orange and grape- I
he went on, must fall the blame for care Sentinel. 6.30.1t
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the tragedy. DENTIST LOST-Saturday, near court house, I Ii I-
"No ship could change her course a small bunch of keys. Return to 200 feet. i

seven points without knowing it," !East End Charleston Block, up-stairs county clerk's office. 6-29-3t Address To the West and NorthwestVIA \

said Mr. Haight. "I shall never believe

that Captain Kendall deliber- FOR RENT Box 424 -VIA--

ately turned his fine ship across our ,
bow, stopped his engines and waited FOR RENT-Cheap, small cottage LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND
W. E. Stevenson's, DeLaney Kissimmee Florida
for us to run him down. near ,
street, south. Inquire of Mrs. Stev-
had he
happened, suggested, enson, or Mrs. Dr. Anderson. 6SimMlillMMMIMIMIMMM ,
4 was due to a fault of the Empress' Building I I

rudder. It had been altered after she FOR RENT-Two office spaces in! SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED

had made a few trips,he pointed out. Office Hours: i I our store at No.9 W. Church street. 1..1Z:31am Limited. :Flfer'l T Orlando ........................ 1:11 p.
A. C.
He referred to the testimony of the 8:30 to 12:00 1:30 to 4:00 !I Come in and we. will show you. Pierce I. T r Jacksonville Orlando A. C. L.... 6MS am : r Jacksonville ..................... 7JI pm
Electric Co. 3-29-tf ...........
Jacksonville A. C. L... 9:35am 8:%5 11m T JackMnTille. A. C. L. 6 a1 part
pilot, of the steamship Alder, who Telephone 540. v v Wayeross, A. C. L......11:50am 10:25pmr Waycross, A. C. L. .............10:20 Pili
the I II Macon, G. S. & F....... 5JJpm 4:13 amr r :Macon. G. S. A F. .............. I:11&III
stand that the desirable modern :
swore on Empresshad TO RENT-Some very LICE? Atlanta C of Ga....... 8:03pm 7:25 am r Atlanta, C. of Ga. .............. 'I:1J aID
been "wandering around the houses. Daetwyler, phone 563. I r Knoxville. L. A; N. ..............12n.1'IDr
4-26-tf The lice question is quickly. I r Chattanooga W. ft; A..12:18am 11:55 am Corbin LAN.: ................ 1:11pm
river. ExcursionJuly settled if you dust >om 10,15ith I r Nashville N. C. &: SL L, 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville. LAN: .............. 11:00 PIlI ,
FOR RENT-Six room house, in first 720am r Indianapolis pa..L ............-1:iO-
Lice PowderIt's Louis, LC.&L.ft; N. Z:5Opm
class condition. No. 210 N. Orange Conkey's : I Ar Lexington LAN. ............ 6:50 pm
TIRING OF THE COMMISSION .......... .............
avenue. Apply G. A. Baas, at Or- safe;quick and sure. AT Hopkinsville L ft N. :21 pm Ar Cincinanti LAN. 8:50 pm
PLAN 3rd lando Bank & Trust Co. 5-28-tf Sines your poultry profits because it Ar Evansville L. ft N..... 9:28am 9:25pm r Kalamaioo G. R. A: L ........J.1%-:29 pmr -
Grand Rapids, G. R. & L .... :. Z:45
Ar Term Haute C. &: E. L. 1:10 pm 1:01 am : pm
Kills the Lice l Ar Chicago C. ft: E. L..... 6SOpm 6:50 am r Cleveland- i 'Big Four ......... ..r.. '1:15am
1 Lakeland Fla. June
MISCELLANEOUSTomato Doesn't Harm Chickens
is being signed by the different peo- From JacksonvilleVia Pnce 25 cents,SO cents and JUitt DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED
ple who believe that the Lakeland For the mites that hide n the ends by of section drawing.
Egg plant, Pepper Crates, day and prey on chickens at night,spray. Ak Fa Solid composed Solid train, composed of electric lighted
P comission form of government is not at F. F. Dutton's Sanford, Fla. your poultry house wish Co.kej e com and dining can car, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coach
the best thing for the public wed. 5-19tf. Conkey's Lice Liquid FnP..t.,6.ktCkas Chicago, and section, drawing-room sleepingar es. between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and
them out thoroughly. Quart 35 between Jacksonville and St Louis. Jacksonville, Louisville ana Indianapolis;
The petition is to have the governor cents,half gallon 60 cents,gallon JIXlUFor
Sentinel want ads. are get- through between Jacksonville and
money DIXIE FLYER sleeping car
the deadly head louse
recall the present commissioners and Atlantic ters. Try them. CONKEVS HEAD UCE Solid train, carrying electric lighted com- Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
appoint a new set or hold another Coast LineTo I OINTMENTEffrcme artment, observation sleepers, and electllc I Jacksonville and Grand Rapids on Mondaysand

election and select an entirely new D n't wait for every one in town .nd 25 and dorwit harm chicls.-10 -+t ighted lass coaches section and drawing-room smoking car.sleepers.Dining First ear Thursdays of each: week. Dining car
cents. Money back if these -
crowd. It is not known what the out I have Entrican, the painter, before preparation*do not satisfy erves meals a la carte. I. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati
try. Am too busy to look .The G t c.u,c..Clnclucl.0IIie I -
come will be but from all accounts you you iTh fl'tUKbtAUW..w&I1EJa-t7Er N
I s.a 'U..h.r.l f. Cpl.UiXl'4 JttJtKKV A fIUM
Phone 636 and I will be the '
there is much dissatisfaction and the Ga I I up. on P. F. LAUBACH W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE Depet Ticket Agent 1imiimmM'm'itlMimtltllMiMlllimMMM'
Augusta, . . .$ 4.00 job. 1-20-tf
=S people seem determined to have a Atlantic Coast Line Orlando
Atlanta, Ga . . 6.00
change. It is indeed too bad to have If you want your bicycle fixed in -
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such matters up when ways and Birmingham, Ala . 8.00 a Shop.hurry take it to Warman's 12-5-tf.Repair !ft!!! 4H4 ',fIT'S \' \ '!

means'are being made to secure additional Chattanooga, Tenn . 8.00 I

.bond issue to enlarge the light Macon, Ga . . . 4.00 I T. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone

{ and water plant. Richmond, Va . . 10.00 i 12_,i Orlando.___ __35tfi TIME TO II UP 1 HOUSE

Norfolk Va Rubber Stamps made to order atWarman's
. . 10.00
Marcus Fagg's orphans' home in Repair Shop. 125tf.

Jacksonville is doing good work for Wilmington, N. C. .. . 8.00

z- It the has good parentless located Ocala some homes children bright, and of is little this probably chapsin state. Tickets Jacksonville sold only.July 3rd Final, from limit is Entrican.?Up the That's to kind date you easy painting want., phone, papering Where 636. 1-20-tf to W., etc.getit T., f FURNISHING Q QUESTION( IN REAL R( l

doing as well in other cities of flor- July 14th. Cow Peas at 'F. F. Dutton's, San-

ida.-Ocala Star. ford, Fla. Write or phone for prices.
Good on all regular trains. For 519tf.

Burglars in New York who carried information call on, or write to Find what you want in Sentinel EEszOur

off a 500-pound safe found $10 only A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., A. C. L. "wants."

in it. An experience like this discounts R. R. Jacksonville, Fla Read the Morning-Sentinel. Price stock of Rugs, Draperies and Furniture are a positive

one's utmost all the energy advice.in any about enterpriseif putting J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone 10 cents a week. delight; it is a pleasure to select from them, and an added

one would win success.-Baltimore 132, Tampa, Fla. Sentinel "wants" fill your wants. pleasure to find just what you want at prices that are reasonable -

American. in every sense of the word.

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anything theory II I"II

that volcanic ash makes a cold summer Ready for To-morrow ? :;:; CHARGE ACCOUNTS Our Divided Payment Plan enables you
by interrupting the of the
rays Horses
digest their feed less thoroughly than
sun, the new supplies of dust said to other farm animals. In order to insure thorough 11m using Be Dee '. j I to purchase goods on extended payments, without the expense ) joining -
emanate from volcanoes in Alaska digestion of all the food eaten and to make your STOCK MEDICINE with

k will not be consoling,to the summer horses readier for next cia'work, add to theiraaiu regularly proposition tnd :j j clubs, or any other formalities. Our salesmen will explain this
evening feed a teaspoonful of- on feed. It also makes .
resort people.-Springfield Union. them healthy,thrivinan4Bee
9 clean. \: :\ feature to you
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Orlando seems determined to MEDICINE RF.D.NO.I, MtMIMMMIMIMIMMJIMMtitlHMiliMlttMIMMIItMIHSItKincaid

maintain her premier position in the OTWUNebr.25c ..

line of affording the best facilities for H win lessen your feed bins. .
50c and $1.per can. .
packing and handling citrus fruits in It will increase your profits. At your dealer's.

the.state. The latest step in that direction P.B.1 :

is the inauguration of a pre- l Snowden

cooling plant in connection with one .

of the largest packing houses. A Cow Peas! Cow Peas !

new wing has been added to this es-

tabjishment which will be devotedto days ................................. .. ........ ... ... .. .. ...$3.10 per bushel
Inns ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ..................... 33.JS per Kashtl Furniture of Character
reducing the fruit to the proper Unknown ... ... ... ... ... ... .......... ... ... ......... 3.%5 per bushel
#, temperature before being started on Whippoonrills ..... ... ... ... ... ... ........ ... ...... .......... 3.01 per bushel
{ its long journey to the northern mart Mixed Peu ... ... ... ... ... ... ........... ... ... ... ... ..... %.!S per bushel i

kets. Cold storage rooms will also We pay freight .n all orders for one bushel or sore at above prices. If wantedin I at Popular Prices..........!

be provided in connection. In orderto large quantities, we will promptly mail.samples ana .quotations..

the provide establishment an abundance a six-inch of water artesian for KILGORE SEED CO., lCor..\ Main and Pine Sts. Orlando, FloridaI"

4 welt is now being put down.-Tampa .. '

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Condensed Specifications

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

elliptic; front, semi-elliptic, underslung; Holley carburetor; 15 week.DEWS .
gallon gasoline tank, carried at rear, pressure feed; German silver .

V-shaped radiator; nickel trimmings. Standard equipment:
11-inch electric headlights, parabolic reflectors, bullet type side '

tail lamps, electric horn, pump, jack, tools and tire repair outfit.

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DR. J. C .HOWELL AModern

r July 2nd Hours, 10.12, 3-5, and by appointmentNo 1
er Says All Women Are Not extra charge for house treatment Cleanliness Of
|tted for Ballot, Not All Men TO Telephone connections QualityFRESH

for That Matter Office cor. Orange and' Central Aver House.
Savannah, Ga. $7.00 AND SALT MEATS

[shington, ,June .-Speaker Charleston, S. C. 9.00 First class Brazing a specialty at FISH AND GAME

,today told a delegation of wo II Warman's Repair Shop o. Court St.,Only four and
from the National Americann's And return fromORLANDO 125tf. Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
blocks from
Suffrage association that Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
an suffrage is as inevitable as ..111111 D 1111111111111111,' office East

|>r sing 6,000 of years tomorrow's'sun.," said the"speaker, Via : JUST OPENED i variety of 311'H We invite pure.inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

have been trying to run the Atlantic Coast ,Line
: going to sell everything in the Meat Line.
think have made
I and some they POPE S

., mess of it. I hope that when Tickets on sale July 2nd, final :: erty and have

omen woman run suffrage it you'll is improve inevitable.it. i' be limit good July on 14th.regular Tickets trains will going tUNC"[ COUNT ..: price at only II The PARLOR MARKET

question folks have to
pnly you
and returning. For in- SHORT ORDERS ALL HOURS : : Reasonable
der is how to most expeditiously
formation Pullman H. M. Self & Co.
._hat you are after. You can get or reservation :
cker by the states than throughess. call on nearest Atlantic :
Coast Line agent or TRY OUR Cooper i : PINE STREET

some places there is a great W. R. O'Neal, C. T. A., SODA FOUNTAIN I Phone No. 80W.IYLSLEIYIONS
114 South
Orange Ave.,
dice against woman suffrage.
want to remember one thing, ORLANDOY.
Phone No. '11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111-
you'IDse, the fight you are out POPE & BUTT PROPS.
Whenever the subject R. Beazley, Traveling Passenger :
ears. Agent,; J. G. Kirkland, Division : ;
\ up for a vole in Missouri I am 37 VV. CHURCH ST.
Passenger Agent : l
to vote for woman suffrage. II :
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not because all women are I

vote, and I may add that I
lot like to say that all men are

vote. If you ever do vote,
think it is coming, certainly I ,; j

[you will vote for the best prin- BETWEEN
and the best men." BUFFALO &

speaker was addressing a 11. LEVElAND
of women from thrity-eight

'who had presented 300 peti- _L New Goods Arriving DailyWe
,for woman's suffrage in the .-
of resolutions adopted by suf-

organizations and mass meet-
fat the time of the nation-wide THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE"

|nstration on May 2. lap 500 feet;InIdtJa 91 feet 0 1aeIIs;510 teroomI and parlon.ceo..odating lSOO JIUMD"
j/en. Crater ta catl larger in ill propartioni-richer in ill.ppo atmea -thin SOT Iteam CIA
i woman suffrage leaders in the inlanJvatars of the world.; lasemceJanelSth.Magnificent t
tion included Dr. Anna How- StMunsn-SEEANDBEE."City of Erie"and"City of Buffalo"
sell high grade Men's Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
wand Miss Jane Addams. Daily-BUFFALO and CLEVELAND-MaylsttoDec.lat

(President Marshall also re- lAne Anne BafaJo Clerekod. '7.39:00 A.P.M.Me Am Leave.Ueeland Buflklo . 900J.M.740A.M.fasten made by Schloss Bros., of Baltimore. "King Quality" Shoes.
and later peti- Standard Time
the suffragists (
left at .the CeaoestiooaatCe aaadfaPan1.TokJwDatcoitaadifpo&nt.We.tmdSomb.et.B.nroad Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. Elliott's Table Linen and Towel
to senators were .
ileke reading betweea BaffaU sad dereUad are good for truuportaUaaoa oar Meamen.Aikyaar
sident':*office. The petitions, ticket agent far cbla via C.&B.Li e. True H fat handsome illustrated booklet free. Pants and Overalls made by Sweet, Orr Dry Goods from H. B. Claflin & Co.
the committee explained were THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.. Cleveland, O.

ly non-partisan, asked congress &: Co. Best place in the city to trade.

legislation which would "insure s

omen. equal political rights with
but did not advocate adoptiony C
measure.I)I I ,
particular pending .
age association officers said they j If ll I h r W. M. SLEMONS

[ed it dearly understood that they, .

I not fighting any party but seek. URANGE AVENUE
jd for the suffrage cause from
duals of every political faith. a lqq; rltti, I IWY a _
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Shaw urged the vice-president t I! IIIt
e a more decided stand on thege ,

question because she "was -0 H9 MMtttl' .
need he believed in suffrage." t

at' I. can't get away from my flummmmmmmm" IWIL CUli mmummmmmmi
replied the" vice-president, "and't MI s A st I I
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ut you ,might persuade her if 4-LH.iiMilSSiN"starve
Round Rates
ried," said Dr. Shaw.e I 1 flF I

i,suffragist who wandered away FROM JACKSONVILLE

the throng about the vice-presi- Stlssi $37.75 Ckiesfs $43.50 Gsckaiti .$3300 the Fly'
s; office, spied Secretary of Staten Dune SI.tO StPsal 56.75 Lsmnlle. .. 31.50
. .
Colenss Sprats SI(I Dslots ILSI Ca rviIl. 21.49
i on his way to meet the senate Ii I SskUksCty. .. 71M Wiampeg...... 7US E_iDe... 32 3tMPertlsW .%5 That should be the battle cry. Not "swat the fly. No more dirty fly paper, or smears of
YtDewstsM 7SOO Torasto 41,50 IsdiasapoEs *
relations committee. She ale i 10C.OO Mntral 5545 Frocsbck 35.M swatted flies around the house the way to rid your house of flies is the way of cleanliness.
. .
/ I Seattle 10C09 Pet SUS Toledo 41.10
embraced the secretary in the ii i I 1M Angeles M40 MsekoaC" .53." Detroit. 43.50StsFrucocs. That's why the Gas Range appeals to the housewife and cook-it spells cleanliness about
stress of her arguments and Gluitrruk .. >. 82.75 8J.SO Bdfale NafsnFini- ** >.47.40 47.40 CkisUiqis Mammoth Can 47.40 30JO the home and person. No dirt, no ashes, no smoke, no smudge. Everything clean, meals on
Bryan had to vigorous ', ..
urge Low rates to other points in Colorado California.Canada Minnesota time and properly cooked. :* "
to extricate himself. I ,Michigan the Great Lakes and Rocky Mountains. Proportionally Cleanliness is the watch word, whether it be to rid the house of flies or rid it of dirt and
from other the State.
low rates points in
1 Tickets oa sale daily,until September 30. Return limit Oct.31. grime. Therefore Starve the Fly" and also "Starve the Wood Stove." Don't "swat the wood
n growers have been very busywring I % VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT stove because you have already*swatted it enough when the fire would not burn and things
the past ten days ship- 1 Il LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC. would not cook right; now starve it-don't feed it any more wood.

l melons. Including Monday's ,, or Going vice versa.through Liberal St Louis stopovers returning on all through tickets.Chicago Get a Gas Range and make your cooking clean, cool and comfortable.
jpnts 'f oriy-five car loads have i iSustis
'/ 1 I through tniM daily choice of three different
[prices ranging, from $125 ford I routes.

of 150 melonsv to $300 for -'z' Tore dally trans to the southwest through New
I cartloads The received Orleans. Unexcelled dining car service.. Fast time. Orlando Water & !
prices g I Rock ballast No dust No dirt. For handsome illustrated ; | LightCompa ny i
LifJ fdy due to the fine qual-, ( booklets of summer tour resorts rates, sleep *
fail car reservations and other mfmmatiom.ddrea I
id produced on this' soil I I ) H. C. BIETKEY, Gas Department
,tawfctd acres were planted
I1eri Putasgtr&a-.
,.c1, and no finer melons III
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beenPeodod: anywhere.

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Eradication of thef New: Citrus Disease t 1
Is Progressing

-, 1/ .l/J. .' .. 1 SatisfactorilyThe .

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work of eradicating the new
t citrus diseases, fcown: as citrus canker -

is progressing very satisfactorily. .
SAFE WAY IS THIS WAY The work in Dade county is being ifiI: i. :- ,',,: : "" ,
'; fJ greatly assitedby the local league of t.. .d.- ", .,;; ::. :'" ;
I' .. Come.,theStaie-Bankof Orlando and ,the Florida Growers' and Shippers' f \ f J : ". I ti

pen your savings account with $1, or any, "League there. ,In which order has to more been effectivelycarry organized 1 ifiF ;J 1 /' i'II affiCr1l! \ l'y .' _

larger amount 'you ,have. Make regular deposits on the work, three branches of _
the Redland league have been estab-
every payday. Put in an extra dollar or t
lished. The officers who are carrying rr 2\ 1 ]
two whenever you .can spare it. Keep faith I on this splendid campaign in itllH1: r a' ,ltFl

yourself-apoid the temptation to let money these leagues are as follows:

slip through four: fingers.it'. Redland League-President, C. T. 1 i I .1 that each
IJf: Plumber; secretary, D. C. Squires. setting sun, brings us] nearer the end.
That"is the safe way for you to save mon Silver Palm SubLeagueVice "
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.; When your days are ended, what about your
President C. W. Hill ,
ey. .It is the onlylurTwa'y. We will pay you Preston Lee.Homestead, ; secretary ; loved ones? d";; .,
4 per cent interest to' help and encourage you. I
'."I" 1':1: W. J. Krome SubLeagueVicepresident ; secretary, W. W.- ii II I! 1:1 Today is yours! Let it not close without

The State Bankd Orlando Thompson. ,(:I It II I 1 making a start toward placing your home on a

-- ... Longview League-President, E. C. :;j; it i .I business basis, and providing your loved ones : '
Loveland; secretary, F. L. Newell. 441: II II 11; with a systematic plan for their maintenance .::

I 'i.CG'- C .,-," Another sub-league is to be organ- : : .: now and hereafter.
,,. ized at Princeton. There is a total .
; now of 107 paid up members of the Letus help you. "It is a pleasure to serve you." ;
njf Redland league, and there are fiftyor ;: }

more additional applicants. ;,'" .', .... ., .';'- .
Regarding the eradication work, ='--
Mr. Frank Stirling, the inspector for i ; f.3. 1 r' ;
the league, writes, under date of June I : :
21st, follows
3 --- as :
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BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE FOR GROWING CHILDREN "In my report to you this week youwill "
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} CUTS, BURNS, SORESMr. see that with the help of the local ,,, .. .,. . .. .. ,
E. S. L per, Marflla, N. Y., They Should be Protected Against inspectors, we have found more .. : : :I"'j \: : ;;> : : : 1' 1 ::
writes: "I have never had a Cut Internal Uncleanliness as Well as infections of citrus canker than any ;. : .

heal"Burn, Wound Get box or Sore of Bucklen's it would Arnica not External ContaminationThe week previous. The reason is, of I .;.0 J 1 '::'....... "",,': ... .t.._,1"D: ,. .,,' .;.....,'...,..}.. : t''.,. .I ?: D' ''..
Salve today.a Keep handy at all course, that the growers here are all : : '; : :, ... ., .' ..' ,. : ,. .
'F times for Burns, Sores, Cuts, Wounds. delicate organs of the matur- interested and on the lookout, consequently I .
Prevents Lockjaw. 25c. at your druggist ing child are more susceptible to the several times as much ..... .... '. _. .. : .
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; influence of disease and infection I tory has been gone over as terri-I ::: : ::' :t;:;.:';:" : :' : y:.:.,:,: ::....;, ': .;. :::: :"' :" :.:;: : : i: s
rj than are the more seasoned organsof '"
: I have been if it had been left entirely :
STOPS NEURALGIA-KILLS PAINSloan's grown-ups. Malaria takes an ear-
and hold the child's I i to me. Of course all possibilities of ,
Liniment gives instant relief ly strong on I
from Neuralgia or Sciatica. It liver and causes headaches, coated infection or suspicious places I have deed a reality, subs having been or- The second regiment of marines Palatka will celebrate the Fd
1 I goes straight to the painful part- tongue, indigestion, cramps and inspected and verified myself. I ganized at Redland, Silver Palm, will probably be back in their quarters of July in grand style, the fest
s Soothes the Nerves and Stops the many other dangerous conditions. I "About all of this past week I have : at Pensacola soonprovidedthere of thf day being preceded by
These the signal posts of Longview and Homestead, although
Pain. It is also good for Rheumatism are .
Chest Pains and nature provides that been spending with the local inspectors is no further trouble with Mex- ret, tk on the St. Johns river oH
Sore Throat, warning your the organization at Longview has so
Sprains., You don't need to rub- child may be relieved of impending in their respective sections, and ico. third, baseball and parade by]
it penetrates. Mr. J. R. Swniger, sickness., there are already seven of them on far failed to express itself as. desiring department.John .
,Louisville, Ky., writes: "I suffered The, proven remedy, Carswell's the jw being appointed by the dif- I to affiliate with the state league, G. E. Fissell has commenced the
with quite a severe Neuralgic Headache Liver Aid. which is a purely vegetable
for four months without anv re- liquid compound should be in fere.t 'sub-leagues. You can see by and so far is going it independent.The work of constructing a block- of new
lief. I used Sloan's Liniment for two your medicine chest ready to admin- this that we are going to locate all league will organize a sub at stores on Twelfth street in Miami. Ashley is now on trial]
or-three'nights and I haven't suffer ister at'the first sign of a disordered infections much sooner than we wouldif Princeton next Saturday evening. The The new structure will be constructedof I.West Palm Beach for the killin

&-c4 tle ed with today.my Keep head in since.the"house Get all a bot-the Fifty liver cents purchases a large bot- I had had to go over everything entrance fee is two dollars, one dollar concrete and will cost about DeSoto Tiger, an Indian. The trj
time for pains and all ,hurts. 25c., tle at McElroys Pharmacy under myself. for the local league, and one dollar about $10,000.Phone I causing a great deal of excite:
50c., and $1.00, at your Druggist.Bucklen's the absolute guarantee that price "Now as to the organizing of the for the regular assessment to the and and many Seminoles ,
.., .Sores.! Arnica. Salve for all you will want,.be returned it. without quibble" if league here, I will say that'it'' is in- state league." 444, Auto Livery. 4-25-tf I i Everglades, are attend'g the cci

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The Big Store, MondayTuesday, WednesdayWe


have a big 'lot of beautiful silks left from. the Levy Brothers stock that we must sell to make room for the

!, new goods coming in, regardless of cost. We will give you values that no other store in Orlando will attempt to

t approach. Prices quoted below are less than we have given during our big sale.


r + '4g nql ; CREPES, a beautiful line to choose from, all '
CREPE DE CHINE, wide, black,
white and colors, $2.00 quality, special for the new shades, 75c. quality, special for We especially offer one lot of beautiful .Silks
$110 three days . . . . ... .. . 39e
.. three days . .t.H>.v nil .. . . in Plain Messalines, Rajhas, Plaids and a
dozen other kinds all worth $1.00 -
?I1'r. M' ; per yard *
CHIFFON TAFFETA SILKS, an elegant soft special for three days . . . .. 44C
CREPE 'METEOR, 4bG Indies: wide, all the finish, in black and all the wanted; shades, .. ..
shades, $?50 ftttiiyspetial for three $1.50 and $1.75 quality, special for three <
r: new days : $1.38 days . : . . . . . .
,;> One lot of Handsome, Silks, in plain and fancy
'. --- 36 inches wide, black and weaves, worth ep, to 75c, special for

CREPE MATLAJSfcYfa' 'beautiT1' col- colors, $1.00 and $1.25 quality, special three days . ... . . . . 2.c
j Tine of for three days. . . . . . 69C -
a. ors and patterns, 36.inches wide$1.50 OA
r quality, special for three .days .. . . OC
WASH SILKS, a beautiful line of patterns, : S

,,,. just the thing for men's shirts, $1.00quality
J t*> '.l\- 79 SILKS, in dots and Jacquard patterns, only, a
r CREPE DE CHENE, 40 inches wide, in a few special for three days . .! C few of these left, 35c quality, special for

r good shades, $1.25 quality, special for three days . . .. . . . lie

.: three days . . . . . u. 79 C 75c. quality, special for three days . . 59c


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