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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DAILY SENTINEL .



THE PEOPLE'S PA PER

Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive: Center of the State

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA TUESDAY JUNE 10TH, 1913. L' NUMBER 103. -



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THE SIOUX CITY COLDEST WEATHER EVER RECORDED PRESIDENT> WILSON EXPECTS>> I
MOVEMENT TO TAKE HALF-WAY FOUNDER OF HELD THAT THE CRIMINAL SECTION I]( IS DENIED AT THE WHITE

OFF DID NOT STRIKE POPULAR TRIBUNE VISITS THE CITY j jIN I DURING JUNE IN THE INVESTIGATION TO HAVE I OF THE SIIEIOI.XXTI- 'I' HOUSE AND STATE DEPARTMENT -

L .CHORD BUSINESS HOUSES WHICH HE SPENT I THE MIDDLE .\TL.XTlCxn VERY BENEFICIAL RESULTS : TRUST I.WV.S NOT SPECIFIC !i THAT JOHN E. LAMB

WILL OBSERVE THURSDAY MANY YEARS !j I NEW ENGLAND STATES THROUGH PUBLICITY I ENOUGH i! WAS APPOINTED

The business men of Orlando wish :Mr.: and Mrs. Mahlon Gore, of Orlando Washington, June 9.The coldest Washington, D. C., June 9.-The Special to the Sentimi. i i .,Special to the l'ntint'1.WashinJrtont .

the Sentinel to announce that business Fla. are the guests of Mr. and ( weather ever recorded during June in Senate's lobby hunt plunged into its Washington, June 9.-The Supreme ; June 9.-It is denied
houses will not be closed this after :Mrs.: Chris Borman. They came the Middle Atlantic and New England second week today. Court today reversed the decision of at the White House and the State Department
noon. Thursday afternoon is the half north for a reunion of the family and !I States,the Ohio Valley and the Great Less than a dozen Senators remained the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals'I that John E. Lamb, of Indiana
holiday and this is known to all citi- to attend the silver wedding anniversary -j Lakes region was reported today to to be examined before the committee -II imposing jail sentences on Spencer P.I or anyone else has been selected
zens of the town and to farmers, and celebration of Mr. and Mrs. the Weather Bureau. The Gulf States began calling a score or more of I Shotter, of Savannah, Ga., Chairman for the position of Ambassador to
to change it would work confusion. Borman. I I are the only ones east of the Rockiesto men mentioned in the testimony of i of the Board of Directors and J. F.\j
Mexico; on the contrary it is statedon
Hence, the proposition to close this Mr. and Mrs. Gore, however can- escape an unseasonable drop. "A Senators as being on one side or the I Cooper Meyers, vice-president of the high authority that the appoint..
afternoon was not considered by the not confine their visits to their own :I high barometric pressure of great other of the free sugar fight.It American Naval Stores Company, for ment and its publication will be equiv..
business men at all, nor did the clerks family, for they have a host of friends II'I magnitude" is the official reason, was admitted that the investigation violation of the criminal section of the alent to the recognition of the Huerta
request it. they left here.lr.. Gore sold the Frosts are reported in Central New had already outgrown its original Sherman anti-trust law. Government.The .
All business houses will manage Sioux City Journal to George D. Per York, New England, Pennsylvania, bounds.It The court held that the criminal section '
administration also stated it
their business so as to give all clerksan kins and afterward founded the Sioux\I Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin. originally was intended to develop of the law wasn't specific enoughin has not yet determined that the election
opportunity to visit the Civic League City Tribune. He sold both on accountof I Frosts are predicted for tonight in evidence concerning the influences this case and the charge of conspiracy of a new president will carry
Carnival at some time during the ill health. For many years he has the Great Lakes region the upper President Wilson charged were being to restrain trade in turpentine and I i with it recognition of government.It .
afternoon or evening. In fact, after made his home in Florida, and is now I Ohio Valley, the North Atlantic States brought against the tariff bill. rosin wasn't proved. I will be policy to wait a reasonable
six o'clock all are free to enjoy the in very fair health and enjoying life. I and the mountain districts of the Middle Under the extension of time granted -
; length of time to see whether the
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Carnival festivities and no doubt all lIe carries the typographical union Atlantic States.Fortyseven by the Senate Chairman Overman's ANNUAL CONVENTION OF PO- I
government is firm and likely to remain -
will avail themselves of the opportunity card that he obtained in Detroit in committee expected to develop all the LICE CHIEFS so. The Navy and Army con
and the crowd in the evening will 1861 and so has the distinction of being in New York. new phases.
tinues to do guard duty until the
be great. the oldest printer and member of New York, June 9.-With a temper- President Wilson told callers today Washington, June 9.-For the pur- shall have been established government
the typographical union when he is ature of 47 this was the coldest Juneninth 5 he the
expected lobby investigation to of devising and means fore
pose ways j in :Mexico: that is satisfactory to this
TO REGULATE INTERSTATE CO I. in Sioux City. I recorded at the weather bureauI i have beneficial results through th I the prevention and detecting of crime '
MERGE Mrs. Gore was very popular here I here. The records go back to 1870. publicity given to conditions surrounding .and the capture of criminals by cooperation I country.
for many years as the wife of A.I At Rome, N. Y., the mercury went the making of the tariff bill. When four hundred police officials !
Special to the SentineLWashington Groninger, and an active figure in the down to 26 and garden products were asked his opinion of the charge made representing nearly every city and ROBERT DUNIUR MYSTERY
June 9.-The Supreme social life of the city. After Mr.i I badly damaged. by Senator Townsend as to his own state in the United States and several''
court today affirmed the lower court's Groninger's death, she traveled in the Thin ice formed in many placesnear influence with references to legislation !! foreign nations assemble here this New Orleans June 9.-Further evidence -
decision in the Minnesota rate cases south, met Mr. Gore again, renewed Middletown, N. Y. the President replied that it |I morning for the twentieth annual con- in support of the contention of
I I ; I W. C. Walters that the boy found in
in favor of the railroads, holding that their old friendship, married and set- needed no comment. I I vention of the International associa-
the rates are confiscatory, but give the tled in Orlando, where Mr. Gore has Frost in Pennsylvania. Senator Sutherland, the first wit- | tion of Chiefs of Police. I his possession at Columbia, Miss., several -

railroad and warehouse commissionand considerable interests.-Sioux City Philadelphia, June 9.-Many placesin ness, told the committee he owned two I :Major: Richard Sylvester, superin- weeks ago is not Robert Dunbar,
who disappeared from his home in
state attorney general the rightto Tribune. Pennsylvania reported frost today, hundred shares in the Idaho Sugar I tendent of police of the District ofj
I|i Opelousas, La., last August, was introduced -
apply to the court for further decree a condition almost unknown in this Company, worth $7.85 a share, and { Columbia, who is serving his eleventh '.
whenever it shall appear that CONVENTION OF THE TRAVEL- state in June. The minimum temperature fifty shares in the Amalgamated Sugar consecutive term as president of the I j at J1 special hearing to es-
the change of circumstances and state ERS' PROTECTIVE ASSO- in Philadelphia was forty-seven Company, worth $100 a share. He association, opened the convention !i!I: tablish the boy's identity here today.
I I Six witnesses, all residents of Pearl
rates are sufficient to yield reasonable CIATION I degrees. Forty degrees was registered had no interest in wool, but declared with an address of welcome in which'|,
I River county, Miss., testified that the
i_ compensation to the railroads. I in some parts of the state. he had voted and would vote for a i; he stated that opportunities offered ,
J I ;. child______ recovered _from__ Walters and
The decision is a victory in part for Richmond, Va., June 9.-Reviewed reasonable duty on sugar and wool. !' the visitors for enjoying a good time no
claimed C. P. Dunbar
by as his missing
the railroad and in part for the stateas by Governor Mann of Virginia, and by CELEBRATION OF KAISER'S 25TIIASSI'ERSARY Any other course on his part, he : in the National Capital had not been -
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son, was with the itinerant tin
it upholds the power of the stateto Mayor George Ainslie, of Richmond, I OF PEACE said, would be nothing more than overlooked by a committee of citizens
ker in that vicinity several weeks before

regulate the interstate commerce the largest commerical eonvention i "hypocritical affection." i who have arranged a program for the
when it'shall not conflict with the fed Richmond has ever seen opened here j Berlin, June 9.-Divested of its gala "In 4.a i long+ service in the House and I entertainment of the police chiefs. the Dunbar boy's disappearance.
eral jurisdiction. today with a spectacular parade par- wedding attire, Berlin today has burst Senate," he added, "I have never Addresses of welcome also were !, At the sight of only one of the wit-.
ticipated in by more than 1,500 dele- forth in even more festive costume in known any member of either body to made by Cuno H. Rudolph, and D. J. j nesses did the five-year-old boy,
STONED TO DEATH gatest to the gathering of the Travel celebration of the beginning of many'' be improperly influenced on any legis- Callahan, president of the Chamber of brought here from Opelousas for the
er's protective association of America. -! days of celebration of the twenty- lation nor have I known of any at- Commerce. Although a roll call has hearing show any signs of recog-
Seattle, Wash., June 9.-A specialto The delegates were dressed in the fifth anniversary of Emperor Wil- tempt on the part of anyone to exert I not been taken, President Sylvestersays nition. When Jepthea Bilbo appeared
the Post Intelligencer from Wilson costumes of the forty-two states I liam's reign. improper influence." that the attendance probably is I i the child, in reply to a question said:

Creek, Wash., says: which they reperesented. The Texas While there are not nearly so many I i larger than at any previous conven, "That's Bilbo."
An unidentified organizer of the In- delegation appeared costumed as : distinguished visiting foreigners in INTERNATIONAL POLO MATCH I I tion. j, Bilbo testified that Walters and the
dustrial Workers of the World was' boys while the Pennsylvania cow-I I Berlin today as there were for the Among the delegates are some of I boy, known as Bruce Anderson, spent
stoned to death on Saturday during a entatives were attired as I wedding of the Princess Victoria Lu- '1 New York, June 9.-Today four the best known police heads in this several days at his home in July last.
pitched battle between special mem- While today actually opened the : ise, all European countries and the Americans and four Englishmen, all nation-men whose names figure Today's hearing was held at the re
bers of the I. W. W. and Italian laborers convention, some of the preliminaries II I United States are represented by spe- j I i picked men, will meet at Meadow prominently in the news of the day- quest of Gov. Earl Brewer of Miss-
employed by the Great Northern started on Saturday. Yesterday an I I cial embassies. Berlin, and entire Ger- Brook, L. I., and battle for the International and well known officials from police 1! issippi, who refused requisition papers -
Railroad, whom they had tried to unique event took place when George many for that matter, is entering into Polo Cup in the first departments in foreign countries. 1 from Louisiana for Walters, held
persuade to quit work. I I ill. Armstrong, of Philadelphia, a I the spirit of the occasion even more game resulting from the chal- I I Canada, England, Scotland Germany, at Columbia suspected of kidnapping
When the Italians refused the I. W. traveling man, preached at the lay- enthusiastically than was the weddingof | lenge of the invading Britishers.I France, Austria, Japan, Korea, Guatemala -j Robert Dunbar, until further investi-
W. party began a stone fight. The man's service held in the Second Baptist -i the Kaiser's only daughter cele- i Within a few days sporting enthus- I and Cuba are represented. The 1 I gation has been made.

leader was struck on the head and Church. His subject was "The brated. iasts will know if the American four I majority of the delegates are known Besides Jepthea Bilbo, those who
left with his skull fractured.No ; Sign at the Crossing." The choir was Many athletic events are scheduled have upheld the prestige gained at I to each other, not only through official 'I identified the boy today as the same
arrests have been made. I made up wholly of traveling men. I to take place in the great Olympic Hurlingham in 1909 and retained two intercourse by wire and letter but by i that accompanied Walters last July
I Stadium on the edge of Grunewald years later at Meadow Brook, when personal acquaintanceship formed at I were Mrs. Jepthea Bilbo, :Mr.: and Mrs.
NEGRO HUNG AT WASHINGTON i! TO LECTURE ABROAD 1 Forest, which was erected at a cost the American team demonstrated its previous conventions. | II. A. Goldman and Mr. and Mrs.
of more than $500,000, and in which right to keep the cup first put into I George Miley.Notwithstanding.
Washington, June Nathaniel Special to the Sentinel. the Olympic games are to be held play at Newport, R. I., in 1886. CALIFORNIA'S TENNIS STAR I the identification,
Green, a negro who criminally assaulted Boston, Mass., June 9.-Helen Kel- in 1916. This stadium today in the i New York, June 9.-The American WINS !' John M. Parker, a prominent local
a white woman within sight ler, the marvelous blind woman today I presence of the Kaiser, his court and polo team is composed of the following ;! business man, appointed by Gov.
of the capitol, on Christmas night, announced that she will next winter I twenty-five visiting sovereigns of Ger- : Special to the Sentinel j Brewer of Mississippi to conduct an
went to his death on the scaffold to- undertake extensive lecture tours. I man States, among them the Kings'of Louis E. Stoddard, :Malcolm: Stevenson New York June 9.-Maurice E. )Ic-I j investigation of the boy's Identity,
day, the first man to pay the death :Miss: Keller, through her teacher Wurtemburg and Saxony and the Foxhall P. Keene and Devereux Loughlin the California tennis star, late tonight wired the Mississippi
penalty for such a crime in the Dis- i and friend, Mrs. J. A. Macy, declared Regent, of Bavaria who are here to )Milburn the American defenders of defeated Captain Stanley N. Doust, of I Governor that in his opinion the childis
trict of Columbia. He had confessed : today that the cabled rumor that she participate in the celebration and to the cup. It had been expected that the Australian team in three straight the missing son of the/ Dunbars.
and President Wilson had refused ; would go to Spain to teach two royal pay their respects to the Emperor. clemency. j children who are afflicted as she her- There is an air of suppressed ex- Payne Whitney, who played in the leg of the Davis Cup elimination series -
self was, is not true.YALE.IIARrARD citement among prominent Germans, games of 1911, would be on the team and an opportunity to meet the I 1913 ROSE FESTIVAL AT PORTLAND -
FORMER E BERSTELLOFLO ; for it has been said that the Kaiser this year. At the last moment, how- German team next month in the sec ORE.

BYING r BOAT RACES 1 1I planned bestowing many titles and ever, Whitney and Waterbury withdrew ond round. The winners in this match
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presenting many orders and decora and Foxhall Keene and Malcolm will meet in the finals the winners Portland, Ore., June 9.Everyonein
Special to the Sentinel I i j Boston, June 9.:-The Yale and Harvard tions. It is also said that Andrew I I Stevenson were substituted. of Canada-Belgium-South-Africa con Portland is wearing a rose today in
Washington, June 9.-Senator Reed 'I varsity eights have rowed forty-i Carnegie, who is here to attend the I'I Stevenson is noted as a star player, test. The British team will then be honor of the opening of the 1913 Rose
today grilled out of former six races since 1852, each college hav- celebration, will be presented with the while Foxhall Keene is a veteran of I called upon to defend the trophy it Festival. The ceremonies are tqKlast;
sentative Charles! B. Lands, Repre'I'I|I ing twent.three"ictories to its credit. insignia of a high'order.. international reputation. He has been I now holds by virtue of last year's I until Saturday, but the most 'spec
diana, the reluctant admission that he This tie in the score has given playing polo steadily for many years I victory. tacular event will probably be ,5:the
had come here at least one hundred added interest to the contest tomor- BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG and is said to be today a better player I competitive automobile pageant for
times! since he left Congress not over row. Yale has the longest string of LEAGUES .. than he was when with the American HIGH SCHOOL LADS MISSING which more than 1,200 cars have been

/Our years ago to influence legislationfor i successful victories to its credit, having -I T ( team he first played against the Eng. f, entered, to take place on Wednesday.
Vanquished the Ilarvald in Special to the SentinEL .lish some years ago. i Special to The Sentinel i Every car in the parade will be decorated
pay He said he was sent herd by I i crew \'iI1J I ;;p1National I .yi .
I with The of i'an-
cities
the Powder Trust and incidentally the six races during the years from I I Santa Cruz, Cal., June 9.Three roses.
contracted: alliance with the :Merchants: I 1900 to 1905. In 1906 Harvard \von i I Pittsburg, 7; Brooklyn, 10. 1 j CITRUS FRUIT IN NEW YORK high school students, who, clad only couver and Victoria, British Columbiawill

Marine League for the purpose of ob- and in 1907 Yale came back with another j Chicago, 3; New York, 11. t I in bathing suits, sailed out into Monterey be represented.The .

taining subsidiaries. t victory. From 1908 up to the ; Cincinnati, 1; Philadelphia. ( Strong Demand for Both Orangesand Bay .on .Saturday_ in .a canvas i festivities commence today
former United States senator present Harvard has taken every race. I St. Louis, 12; Boston, 6. ; Grapefruit I canoe which they had built in the I when Rex Oregonus is brought up the
Faulkner, of West Virginia, admitted Yale was victorious in the four races I American I New York, June .-Florida oranges school's manual training departmenthave i Williamette on his royal barge Sea
that since he left the Senate about of '92, '93, $4 and 95. From 1896to New York, 4; Chicago, 1. j I were light and mostly of very not returned and it is believed Otter at the head of an aquatic page
fourteen years ago, he had maintained I '98 the Crews did not meet. Boston .1; Cleveland, 1. j I! good condition and quality. The best they are drowned. eant. A chorus of bells and the thunder -
offices here as representatives of every Philadelphia, 5; St. Louis, 0. 'I fruit in desirable sizes, from $5.50 to of cannon will greet him. His
railroad in the country. I j BOARD OF TRADE MEETINGAn Washington, 4; Detroit, 6. $6.50, and in a few cases slightly WILL CONFIRM LOVE AND PHILLIPS first duty will be the formal openingof
Former Representative! Bennett, t>f'I i I Carolina AssociationAll i higher. Ordinary and large off-sizes the Rose Show at the armory. In

New York, Kopp, of Wisconsin, Hull, enthusiastic meeting of the' games postponed, account of I at $4.25 to $5.50.Wednesday the evening King Oregonus will hold
of Iowa, all testified that they 'r resented Board of Trade was held last evening, rain. I J. P. Sauer & Co., Sold Washington, June 9.-The Senate high court and then attend the feastof
special interests in at which various and sundry things Southern through the auction a car of 350 judiciary committee today voted to report lanterns. On the second day he
ton. Former Governor Washing-I, +I I were planned and discussed for the Mobile, 3; Memphis, 2. boxes of Florida Valencia oranges, i favorably to the Senate for con- will lead the electric parade with a
Hawaii, may take the stand tomorrow I j[I good of Orlando. New Orleans, 4; Montgomery, 2. and realized the high price of $2,015 firmation the names of H. S. Phillipsand banner bearing the inscription "Flowers
morning and perhaps several other 1|! The meeting finally resolved into Atlanta-Birmingham, rain.No for the car which included 10 boxesof E. C. Love, respectively, district and Gems of Oregon."
members of Congress. I a good roads booster and on next others scheduled. throwouts. This was an averageof attorneys for the Southern and Northern The closing feature of the week will
II I I Tuesday morning about ten cars will South AtlanticAll $5.75 per box, with a top price of I Districts of Florida. be the grand Rex Ball given by the
Toilet paper-5 eta roll. 6 for 25 cts. ) leave Orlando for St. Petersburg witha games postponed on account of $6.25. Scott Bros., of Arcadia were Royal Rosarians in honor of King Ore
Curtis & O'Neal. I party of aboutf forty. rain. the shippers. Subscribe for the SentineL gonus.THE e r

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hot showers Rev.the weather citizens.Mr.have, much Coles broken to is the here the gratificationof continued assisting Gifts to Please j. I Bal gains! Bargains! !


Rev. Reeves in a protracted meetingat I
the Methodist church. : Special Bargains during the remainder of .this month.
Austin C. Stirbird, manager of the i May be safely purchased from :; Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
Consumers Lumber Company, went to and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every-
Jacksonville this week on business. I I body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off. .,
The regular council meeting was I us where everythingis r Ladies' Shirtwaists from ISc up.
held Monday night. A full board was I ti, Ladies' Dresses, in all shIes and colors, French
present and many important matters I I guaranteed. I Gingham, from 9Sc up.
were under consideration.L ''I Children's Dresses, in all styles sizes and colors,
L. Payne and A. L Beck of Or- L j from 25c up.Ladies' .
lando were visitors in Apopka Thurs I I I Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges 0 in all
day.The I i stOles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
Apopka Board of Trade has un-. Dry Goods at a special reduction.
der advisement a city amusement hall I I Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98
Allen & Co. : .4 ..i up.
which is a good move and all wish:' F' -''i':: Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
them success. Hats from 25c up.
Miss Margaret Zepp and friend,'I I .Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
bliss Bessie Rutledge, of Washington, Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up. '
D. C., are spending some time here JEWELERS i Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
with Miss Zepp's parents, Mr. and I Men's Pants, all kinds, latest shies, from 98c up.
Mrs. F. E. Zepp. Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
The farmers are rejoicing over the J and colors, from 50c up.
rains as the orange trees were suf- Orlando FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 25c up.
fering.Mr. )Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 48c up. '
S. W. Eldredge and party motored Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
oxer to Daytona Beach Tuesday Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition -
where Miss Lillian remained for X we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody
.a short visit with friends.W. X who trades with us.
R. McLeod has purchased the We want your trade and we assure you that we will
McCall dwelling on Central avenue Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your mone)'. We guar
.and is moving in. antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and]
On account of drought the tomato convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. '
service always. If would be be \isitor Agent for thc Snow Sh Ge.
crop this year will be very short. your you posted a daily to this store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brown leave
today for their summer home. | H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando

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R.F.D.,No. 1,Orlando,Fla, Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
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H. A. Royston
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Senate Committee in the Illi- That railroad makers House Painting and CalciminingI
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college course President Judson part of the country, including Florida; 0. Box 381 Delicious I at
of the Chicago University makes some and the arrangement of the railroad

pertinent observations. lines in this State on this map is a For Sale Manufactured By 1 per barrel delivered,
Volunteering that many of "our" real joke. Slightly used $2000.00 automobile.

young men" work their way through For instance, the Seaboard Air Lineis ,Would consider real estate in trade SMITH & MAHON five barrel lots.
college Mr. Judson said school and
shown as connecting with the louis- for same. Address Automobile, Care I
college courses should shortened so Successors to Terry & Comroy 1 1I
ville & Nashville at Tallahassee and Sentinel. I
and could be start- Lpage5.26tfShanibarger's I
young men women
ed the serious business of life touching Jacksonville, then extendingdown for bicycles and
earlier.on the East Coast to Miami. It does Sundries. tf Subscribe for the Sentinel. Florida Metal Co.
not enter this part of the State at all. I
Asked whether he thought the law --
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There is no East Coast railway shownon
should provide a minimum wage for McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
this map and no extension shownon ;
minimum efficiency Mr. Judson replied
that the efficient man could earn more railroad this map to Key and West.no extension More surprising of any- NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN I ; Phone 41. yyELECTCVAcuUM

than the law could allow, that indus-
than even these discrepancies is
trial might be for
training provided I
the omission of Tampa entirely. The
the semi-efficient but for the inef- Coast Line is shown as reaching from - -.. -
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ficient Mr. Judson had Goods ana KifflonosI i
no remedy. !
Palatka through Ocala to Port Tamptand Crepe S
Men who are fitted for bank work
in another branch through San-I
are not the kind who would marry ford, Orlando, and Plant City to St.i
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unless they could afford it, accordingto Petersburg. About the middle of the)
W. T. Abbott, vice president of the ETC. [ [ L Ll[ [
Central Trust Company. lie believeda prominently state, we find shown the,town evidently of "Macon"borrowed :

man could marry on $1,000 a year.
from Georgia my this enterprising
lIe thought establishment of a mini-{I map-maker. There is a railroad un- I 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 4
mum in a bank would destroy
wage
named, running directly from Orlandoto
efficiency. I' Punta Gorda. Lakeland does not cents per yard at
A. W. Harris, the third witness and
appear on the map, sharing the sad Have room or house
president of Northwestern Universitysaid your
fate of Tampa which is also eliminated -
he believed it the duty of every and Key West is still an isolated McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT cleaned without dust troubleof
community to see that the girl thrownon or
island without railroad connection.The .
her own resources was able to live I

respectably.Geo. Southern Pacific is a great big STORE moving furniture .
railroad and is supposed to have com-

petent and well-ingormed officials.But
L. Drew has resigned as pres- the fellow who this 124 South Orange Avenue
got up map oughtto
'I i Electric Co. send Ex-
ident of the Jacksonville Board of be sent to Florida to study its geography The Pierce an
Trade and Herbert B. Rrace, first'I and its railway lines.-Tam- OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

vice-president of the organization has'pa Tribune. -i, perienced man.

ben made president. Mr. Drew's business -i i

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forced him to take this step. Dr. W.' SEE THEM FOR TERMS
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D1F SEXATOfiS CV POPULAR VOTE 1 I PINE CASTLE ITEMS NOTICE TO WATER ; . .. . ... .I'.tt.

South Florida Sentinel CUSTOMERSSprinkling r
Many were the public men who Mrs. S. Frank Phillips and daughter must be confined to ;
MORNING AND WEEKLY stubbornly maintained that to elect Miss Loradele, left Monday morningfor the hours allowed rules ''
by
.-- our 45 PAR CEHT 15 SAVING
-KiUred at the poet office at Orlando, United States senators by popularvote Cincinnati, Ohio. from 5 to 9 in the forenoon and
florid u Second Clua Mail Matter. would be a violation the spiritif Mrs. Lessie S. Ahik and young son, from 3 to 9 in the afternoon.!

RATES not the letter of the Federal Con- : of DeLeon Springs, were guests of Offenders please take notice, as;
SUBSCRIPTION :
stitution. The men who looked with J:her uncle and aunt, Mr. and 3ltrs.E. water meters will be put m customers -
tires is
TR+ 0! LY SENTINEL holy foryw upon the touching the I S. Sphafer this past week. disregarding the above j on your what we offer on

One'year .....................'5.00 National Compact, were known as the I Mrs. A. T. McCuiioch, of Orlando, notice.
Six Months.........*. 2-50 stand-patters and were among the I l who has been visiting relatives here, The Orlando Water & Light
1.25 ablest men in the land. They were j retarded home Saturday. j
6-5
4t
'Three Months I r Company. 5 JOOO MILES GUARANTEED
standpatters because they were able!I Messrs. Lionel and Theodore Roman -
By newe carrier in Orlando 50 eenti per men. They represented the interests.: left Saturday evening for their Money to loan on improved prop-
and Sunday.
tenth Dally They were a constituent part of the: home at Atlantic City, N. J. 'erty. S. Y. WAY. :
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found machinery of the interests. They had i E. D. M. Perkins, our genial storekeeper .
Orlando at Curita A O'Neal'i Book ojI
edit in I
m Btore.yfe. nothing in common with the people: lost his father fey &*&th, Fri I House or room for rent? New people POllMffl TIRES
complaint if and "vwy few of them could have gone' day, after an illness of but two weeks. : \ coming in usually look in the :
will MppreelMte prompt .
Adivery is not properly mad by our carrier to the Senate had it depended upon' The father, E. D. M. Perkins, Sr. want ad columns to see what is of- : over any 3,500 mile tire on the market, and ;
- ---- popular vote. This is why they held was a resident of Washington, D. C. 'ered.MtMHMMMUMMIttMM.
furntahed :
Adevrtiaing rats will be on ap- the is
Placation the constitution in such sacrednessand and had been at Winter Garden overseeing guarantee good, for we are authorized ;

THE WEEKLY SENTINELfor deplored the changing so that his groves, when taken ill; he to make adjustments.
year by mail. postage paid .......11.00 Senators would be elected by direct was removed Thursday to the Church
Addra THE SENTINEL. Orlando Florida. vote. But what has become of the Home Hospital in Orlando and Friday bulf Co1I.i
Once 107 Court Street Arcade Building stand-patter and the old guard who morning, passed quietly away. He is Refining ..
Phone 24 dwelt in the holy of holies of the survived by one daughter and three
'constitutional sanctum? Since the sons. His wife having preceded him
}
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor
vote of 1912 they have been so com- in death a little over a year ago. The NO WAITING OR TROUBLEand
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor
pletely squelched and save for the bad body was taken from Orlando Satur- Kerosene

TUESDAY, JUNE 10TH, 1913. order that still lingers from their day to Selmar, Tenn., to be buried be-! you know that means a good deal, for
works would in six short '
they monthsbe side the wife.
tS BaB g! entirely forgotten. The people The protracted meeting now in Gasoline tire adjusting, as you know, is not always
If the ham in some restaurants is victors in 1912 and
they
were are under the leadership of Rev.R. .
cured, the eggs certainly are conva- wasting no time over the carcassesof progress. Y. Walden, District Evangelist of LubricatingOils satisfactory to a customer. Come by and

lescent. the dead stand-patters, but are Indian River and Miami districts rep- see them.
o proceeding to a more important workof resenting an association of 50,000 and Greases
Like everything else that is rockedin correcting conditions.But .
Christians, is bringing in good resultsin *
the cradle of the deep, the Japanesewar what of this direct election of the little village of Pine Castle. Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

scare has gone__ to sleep. Senators? It is plain that during the Bro. Walden... an__n earnest_nun._ and_n_ ambitious .
ft- next six years the complexion of the worker in the master's vineyard, .11. .
The rainy season is scheduled for United States Senate will be changed. is in favor
gaining and influence as
arrival most any day now. Baseball Many men who are now there and the meetings go along. That he make I.I\w\ PHiLLiPS a SONS:
fans are getting in form in Florida. who under the old regime would con- great changes for good in the lives ; .
o tinue to be there will be retired as of all who hear him is the heartfelt I i ,
The Boston police have started on fast as their present terms expire. wish of many. PHONES { j ji Z69 (Temporary Location)
an antihat pin crusade. The women This is bound to be so when the -
people
Mrs. W.
meditate a sharp resistance. select the Senators by ballot. The came Thursday F. Winn to visit, of her Homestead mother,, i Orlando, .. Florida I i 6 East Church Street, ORLANDO, FLOW
o senators in % ri
new most part will be
Mrs. Edna Sullivan and family.
Anyway, the man who is in churchon younger men, and of different type. Miss Mabel Thompson, of Orlando, i+mmmitMtiMiiMM I tOII' 11141' .
Sunday morning is not endangering They will be men free from corporate
is visiting her uncle, C. J. Sweet and
anybody by joy riding. alliances. They will be men not swell family. I .
o skilled in the intricacies of the
I
"High cost of living," said one of law and corporation management, but
the grocers here last week, "is a they will be in close touch with all FINANCING COLLEGE STUDENTSA
myth;" so also is an old-fashioned the honest affairs of the American I i I Cornell professor advises needy JUNE WEDDINGWhile
beefsteak. commonwealth, and in sympathy withan I students not to attempt to work their :
o honest citizenship. | way through college, but to borrow

June is a patriotic month. The four- Coming down to the state of Flor-I the money for the purpose. If they "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of Juneseems
teenth is Flag Day and the anniver- ida, what is the situation? All ready I endeavor to support themselves while to be his most active season.. June is always marked by its numerous
sary of the battle of Bunker's Hill there are a haif dozen candidates who'I studying, he says, they both run the weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, -Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

falls on the seventeenth.In will contest the seats of Senators risk of breaking down and lose the for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for theBest Man and the Attendants, and Wedding

o Fletcher and Bryan at the polls, and f social advantages of going to college. Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
our day a business man who goesto what the people will do is an open ] The plan involves a departure from your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
the legislative halls to protest question. That they will insist on I the old order of things under which We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

against the ruin of his business is a men who represent the people instead i poor students, though sometimes grubstaked stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silversmiths

"lobbyist. He ought to write a letter. of corporate interests is mani- I by friends or self-sacrificing Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
o fest. relatives, worked their way through .

The "Bunny Hug" and "Grizzly It seems very probable that at least i college and asked only to have the pp- country.The. stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-

Bear" dances have been placed under one change will be made, and neither j portunity. But it is applying to a tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
the ban for all time by the faculty of have a guarantee of re-election. I college education the approved methods inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel- .
Marietta College, and there seems to There is much yet to be written in I of corporation financing and ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
be a hung jury on the "Straight Up the political history of Florida. I would help further to relieve colleges to-date merchandise.
Boston'' of the reproach that they are not in
.
touch with modern development.Yet .
o WEATHER BUREAU HEADS FALL REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
It is high time that sensational I debts of this kind are hard to
newspaper correspondents down in Washington, June 9.The officialaxe pay and most difficult to collect. And
Mexico pull off a few battles so that fell again in the weather bureau curiously enough, in refutation of the If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
we may be furnished with some juicy today, for the third time since WillisL argument for subsidizing undergraduates pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
front page scare heads. The dry Moore himself was recently de- Cornell students themselves mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
chief, because of his be through the skill of our workers in gold and
weather is affecting the news crop. posed as activityin earned $184,900 last year, without, so can wrought gems.
o trying to become secretary of agri ,, far as is known essentially "impairing fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
culture. Secretary Houston today sus- :' the value" of their college
The bigger the bills the better the course.
show used to be counted true, but pended, pending further investigation,I'Moreover, at no previous time have
J. W. Smith, professor of meteorology I American colleges been well
now-a-days you can't tell where the 1 so equip-
best sermon is being preached on Columbus, 0.; Henry B. Hersey, general ped with funds for the aid of deserv-
Sunday morning by counting the au- inspector, Milwaukee; RosswitteeE. ing students. Those with the old the JewelerOPPOSITE
tos in front of the church.o Pollock, section director, Trenton, stamina will doubtless continue, like
N. J. and Norman P. Conger, general ,
; the Cornell boys, to earn a consider-
Chicago policemen want the privi- inspector, Detroit. I able part of their expenses and be i

lege of wearing citizen's clothing I i all the better for it in the end, POST OFFICE

when off duty. The city administration Florida will send a big delegationto throug the gain of self-reliance and
objects. Why any objection? The the great world-wide BaracaPhilathea knowledge of their capacity. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.
city would be better off if most of convention which will be held
them were put in citizens dress all in Nashville, Tenn., June 21-25. Subscribe for the Sentinel.
the time.

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"What is so rare as a day in
June?" asks the poet. "A day in Feb-

ruary," is the reply of the alleged wit. STOCKINGS
AUTOMOBILE'BULLETIN ILK
But June, without an important holiday -
is a better month than Februarywith
its birthdays for Truthful Georgeand
Honest Abe.

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It was not inappropriate that the
Legislature should close its session
with a vaudeville performance by that For Day

original comedian, Harry Floyd. The These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
performance carried out the jocular
feature which characterized much of guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped and "

the session.-Tampa Tribune.A and ready to run.


Washington man o has discovered 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition EveningWear
a process by which a rooster can go ,
through the motions without being
able to crow. And now if some one $550.00

will invent a dog "silencer" and a

cat "squelcher," there'll be some sense 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,
in trying to live.-New York Packer.If .

o $500.00. .
the Travelers' Aid Society saved

5,000 girls arriving in New York Personal Guarantee
from the country districts test $
form falling into the hands of deigning -) I
Pair
men and women, it has accom-: $150.00 Accompanies Every
I
plished a work of vice prevention of a .
most admirable kind and worth I
one
1 Studebaker "30" 1912 less than
many pounds of cure. I run :

o \ 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. Ives
The indictment of the President and I
eighteen others of the United MineWorkers I
of America is another step in !

clearing up unlawful combinations of: EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
men. There must be a limit beyond; San Juan Garage

which men must not go in combining I I Second FloorTh
either in restraint of trade or in restraint I
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j hiss i( t1 E{ &e6etget has goneto I 1I'EWN)1.'E HAS TROUBLESThe 1 I HIGH PRICED REAL ESTATE i HIIIIIMIHHM
kWADETHE 1 Yoakum, Texas. .
division of Orange county has Wall street tried to shy at securi-I

TUNER Mr. G. E. Miller left yesterday for complicated matters in the most try-I':ties because of the tariff schedulesnow I I HOT WEATHER[R SPECIALS r [ I l
ORLANDO FLA. New York. ing manner and there seems no end being made, but the evidence is
to the trouble. Each day develops I I abundant that Wall Street real estate
I some new difficulty.One has had no shrinkage. Just recentlyby
Mrs. W. J. Northrop left yesterday PICKLES
for Astor Park. I II of the more recent problems i.1 a real estate deal New York has
Thomas Brown, of Duluth, Iowa, isj 1 I I was presented yesterday when a resi- established the highest values in the SWEET PICKLES

in the city on business.Mr. I Mr. Wm. L Coryell has gone to dent of Sanford presented a new problem world. Never, in history and no SOUR PICKLES
his former home in Kiowa, Kansas. to the proprietor of the Sentinelin I!I where in the world has a square foot SWEET MIDGETT GHERKINS
and Mrs. A. R. Bogue are expected -I the following proposition. He'(of land been worth as much as in New SOUR SPICED GHERKINS
home from the East Coast this Ii I Messrs. J. N. Thornton and A. J. wanted to get married and Seminole! York. Search of the leading foreign SWEET FANCY MIXED
I i would not issue him license.'! SOUR FANCY MIXED
week. Grass left yesterday for Lake Buffum. county a cities of the world shows that outside
I Against his wishes, and without his i lof New York the highest value plac- CONSERVED SWEETSC.
of Oakland, consent, direct or implied they had of real AND B. GHERKINSO.K.
Mr. C. H Tilden, was. Mr. and Mrs. A. L Bentley have ed on a parcel estate large
in the city forcibly torn him from the arms of I full-sized PICKLES
transacting business yes-i gone to Ludington, Mich., for the re- enough to hold a buildingis
terday.J. j i mainder of the summer. mother Orange. Now what was he. about $450 a square foot. New PICKLES IN BULK
i going to do about it? I York has a dozen or more plots which CHOW CHOW
B. Tomlinson and family left i Mrs. M. S. Stevens and daughter It is plain that here is a stupendous, even in such a dull market as is the CUBAN RELISH
yesterday for their home in Ken-! Miss Harriett, left yesterday for question presenting itself and it looks(present one would demand that figure CHILI SAUCE
tucky. i Plant City. like the only recourse the matrimonial and more. In fact a sale was made WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
candidate would have, would be to I not many months ago in which the TOMATO KETCHUP
Joseph M. Smyth and son Joe Jr.,! Bishop Gray left last night for sue out a writ of mandamus againstBob I property figured at just a few cents HORSE RADISH
of Chicago, are looking over Orange J Chattanooga, where he will spend the Holly, Tom Bates and Lige more than $600 a square foot. The
r county farm lands. Douglass.We !' corner of Broadway and Wall street
three weeks.
next
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I could not think of the connubial: brought $558.65 a square foot whenit THE SANITARY GROCERY

Take the ferry for the Carnival this I, Try the ferry across Lake Lucerne, knot being tied on a license issued bya was sold about ten years ago. In
afternoon,-from foot of Orange ave- from foot of Orange avenue to the corrupt Orange county official to a the big cities of the old world the CARUTHERS & GORE
nue across Lake Lucerne. citizen of Sanford. Besides, look what highest values seems to belong to a
|Carnival this afternoon.Mr. 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone
another serious proposition would pre-i(property in Rome. Here is where a 200t
Miss Madeline Hill, a very talented! P. D. Smith who has been pack. sent itself in the division' of the I'I[value of $450 is to be found, and .,..
young lady of Narcoossee is in the I' ing tomatoes on the west coast will license fee. What portion will go to!!{'strange to relate, the plot is not used ftliillftMMmiMtMmillMiMtiittlllilMllillliifLETTER
city, the guest of her friend Miss Roberta -' leave this week for Georgia where he Orange and what to Seminole? I I for an immense income producing
Branch. will pack tomatoes and peaches. No, gentlemen, this is a much too building, but includes the property of FROM EXPLORATION
II I I I I I serious proposition for a newspaper I I the German embassy, which holds the PARTY
Mrs. D. Quina, who has been visit-: Messrs. Wright Carter and Her. man. We would respectfully refer it embassy building and its expensive Fl
ing in Kissimmee, has returned home i man Gordon, members of the Tampa .1 to that profound and learned law-I'I gardens. Berlin has a property which Okeechobee Thursday 5th.
and now Mr. Quina has quit boardingat I police force, arrived last night to maker, F. Lake. ;'I sold recently for $180 a square foot The South Fla. Sentinel:
restaurants. spend two or three days. and thereby established a new high Landstreet, Twitchell and Wetherill AUTOMOBILES FOR
RENTE.
I I
I The ladies in charge of the Carnivalare :| value for real estate in that city. In arrived at Lake Okeechobee Wed- L.
Murray
Henry Arlington and family who) Mrs. E. J. Temple will leave today I working zealously to provide interest Paris the most valuable piece of land nesday noon after four days of travelin Office Phone 409-Residence Phone 54!
have the nine months inj and recreation for both lis I a canoe. The average time made
spent past I for Boston, where she will visit her I after- placed at $280 a square foot. Al-
this vicinity left yesterday for their,daughter, Mrs. Helen Holbrook. Mrs. noon and evening hours, and our people together Wall street's real estate val was between fifty and sixty miles per STATE NEWSA
home in Grand Mich. i will doubtless make this day. Game was plentiful. If nothing,
Rapids |Temple will remain in the north all a holiday ues seem to be in no danger of losing
I II i summer.A. occasion, finding welcome relaxation their title to being the highest in the happens the party will arrive in Miami -
G. C. Keller, editor of the Orlando I from business and helping the workof world. :, Sunday morning. new saw mill and crate mill is.
Reporter-Star, is transacting business:' the Civic League. By a special The canoe leaked the first day out being completed at Crystal River.
J. of Orlando the well
Nye, ,
in the city today, making the Hills-; arrangement, a ferry boat will run Attorney Jas. H. Jones is spending but it was soon mended with pitch
boro his headquarters.-Tampa Trib-',known orange packer, is in the city from the foot of Orange avenue to today in DeLand looking after legal from the Florida pine. Rough weatherin The News is the name of a new pub-
une. today on a business mission. From Mr. Giles' place, shortening the walk matters. Lake Okeechobee retarded speed lication which made its debute at New
here he will to St. Petersburg, his
go for those living north of Lake Lu- some hours. Smyrna last week.
Mrs. W. L Palmer left yesterday, former home, where he owns a large cerne, and adding the charm of a Mr. R. F. Maguire, of Ocoee, was (No doubt the boys saw lots of
expecting to be absent some months;I j grove.-Tampa Tribune. "water voyage." in Orlando last night enroute to Mad- game, but they failed to tell us of the Many carloads of watermelons are
she will stop .a few days in Jackson- i ison. mosquotoes and sunburn. There may being shipped from the Atlantic Coast
ville and then go on to relatives in Miss Edith Robinson took the S. Mrs. Frank Phillips and daughter of be significance in silence.) Line depot at Eustis.

Danville, Ky. [S. Somerset from Jacksonville yesterday Pine Castle, left yesterday for Cin- Col. and Mrs. C. F. Akers left last
I for Baltimore, going from thereto cinnati, 0. where LET Fire broke out in Van Bros'. racket
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they will spend the night for Washington, D. C., where FOLLOW YOU ON YOUR
Tidings have come from Rev. and I Mt. Gretna, Pennsylvania. Her sister summer with friends and relatives. they will remain until fall. VACATION store in Madison a few nights ago and _
Mrs. R. P. Cobb, reporting a safe and Miss Eloise, accompanied her to Mrs. Phillips has been our efficient When leaving Orlando on your vacation practically destroyed their stock of
pleasant trip north, and their being I Jacksonville, and will spend a few Pine Castle correspondent. Mr. J. T. Hendricks and daughter, order the Daily Sentinel to fol. goods and damaged the building con
comfortably settled in their summer.days with friends there ere return Miss Ruth, returned last night froma low you. Mailed to any address,I siderably.
cottage at Mt. Gretna, Penn. I ing.IHtHIHiMIMtltlllllillillMlillMMIMIIIIilMt. Subscribe for the Sentinel. visit to Port Inglis. for ten cents a week. Ad-I -
dress changed as often as desired. I Money to loan on improved prop.
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the month of June. Dr. Bennett,
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THEGrand GRAND THEATER Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm
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SPECIAL FEATURE IN TWO PARTS

Any Straw Hat in the House at

MOTION PICTURES I "THE TOLL OF FEAR"
HALF PRICE :
Probably one of the most strange and thrilling photoplaysever
Pictures Changed Daily. i
i ii ii released by the Lubin Company. The episode is a veritable $1.50 Hats now ..------ $ .75
i i reproduction of a circumstance that occurred on the 2.00 Hats now ----...---IIIIIIIIIIIIIII LOO

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story was written by Romaine Fielding, and shows ;.
SECOND SHOW, I 8:15 P.M how Fear, the unseen, overcomes two strong men in the quietof If you haven't bought, buy now while the buying is good. .

the desert. The audience will follow the action of this film
I with bated breath. SCRUGGS & DICKSON


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"The World's Work," which supported PORTLAND I j advertisements) CLASSIFIED _:L

Theadore Roosevelt in his campaigns I midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
(except 1912)) and supportedand I ATLA I Classify" column.
I Boosters of five lines less
or -approximately -
defended him in office, and sup- ,
CEMENT 30 words-one time, 25
ported Mr. Taft in his 1908 but not I: cents; three times 50 cuts; one week i
in 1912, because of his tariff policies, : (six daily and one editions) '
writes of the Underwood tariff as follows $1.00; one month, $3.00. :
I'' "THE ST.\ D.\nD. BY WHICH i
:
: I L. P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone
"The most significant fact about ALL OTHERS ARE MEASURED" 271. 528tf'Money :

bill is that it is'' I
the Underwood tariff
I am State Distributor, maintaining stocks both in to loan
on improved i
honest bill. It marks the beginning prop-
an Jacksonville. Have just received in
and
Tampa Tampa S. Y. WAY. '
erty. :
of a new era. It is the first : 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will

honest tariff since the Civil War; for i! have a schooner load of 13,200 at my Jacksonville agen- FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger'' A Vacation Hint

in a republic a tariff can not be called : cy about the 20th of this month. touring car. Large and roomy. A

honest that is designed to enrich a This is the largest single shipment of cement ever 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY Before you buy a railroad ticket y
_ few at the expense of the many, par i' for this that
or
shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unload a let in Thornton Park, a nice summer resort xA ;
ticularly if the few that are to be en- ing, or soon will be, ORDER AT ONCE for ship side suburb in east part of the city. Carl : come in and look at our :MidSum"K :
riched are the designers of the sched- delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges. Jensen. I mer Woolen line and let us makea
ules. In the past, Mr. Dingley, a cool Summer Outing Suit for
woolen manufacturer, was the leaderof WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICE. DELIVERED \ Do you want to pick up an auto you. A r
: bargain? If so, read the advertise 4
the House of Representatives that TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE A We make a specialty of Xor-
schedule. Later : ment of the San Juan Garage.
the woolen
raised folks and will be pleased to l:

Mr. Aldrich, as leader of the Senate, I h' how you a few of our latest
OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -
allowed his cotton and woolen Ii models.Men's ,.
manu-
I JELK'S MACON BRICK for all Purposes to the Northeast of the city andI ill
facturing constituents to prepare the I still have some choice lots there. \
cotton and woolen schedules to their LEGGS' Pressed and Fancy BrickBIBBS' 'I Carl Jensen. I Fashion Shop

own liking.In I Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster I FOR RENT-Five room cottage with II Hand T L 7

the making of an honest tariff : all modem conveniences. Garage Building I
Mr. Underwood, representing an iron Trackage Offices SalesroomsMurm and lards, I for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply Cor. Church and Orange Orlando r ,
Fuller 515 East street. 5-15 tf
W.R. :
and steel district, reduces the rates on i Hendry and Knight Terminals I I
TAMPA FLORIDA J/l11/ IIIlf, :Hnt1\! ).. '1f
theses articles. As he put it, if he : GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec.! -- )'1.. / r;

had to be a special pleader for the interests ; tions at about one-third less than us- .
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that happen to be located in niiHiiiiiiiiiiiitni ual list prices.. Full line in stock. 1.1 to

his district, he "would be unworthyto W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church
their natural channels.I SOMETHING FOR YOUNG MEN Save HalfPlastering
bear a commission from the great merce from street.
TO PONDER
Democratic party of this country." The rates in the Underwood bill are

It is a contrast that tells dramatically not fair, one compared with another.It I FOR/SALE-New house and lot in Cost
the changed attitude toward the is impossible that they should be. Princetown University believes thatit Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay- _
honest effort at is the duty of a great educational ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, _
tariff. It would be more encouragingif But they represent an I
all the Democratic members of Con- fairness, an endeavor to get rid of institution to impart something more Sentinel Office.

gress were as courageous of Mr. the most glaring schedules of favor-I than the Rah, Rah, to young men for FOR SALE-My Place, 7 acres 2 Get Better Walls and
Some of them to lighten the load I their start in life. The faculty be- horses two-horse
Underwood. though itism, an attempt one wagon, one
elected on a low tariff platform, dare of the common man. lieves above all things that clean buggy also 80 acres 2% miles from Ceilings With Bishopric
moral lives are of first importance to Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E.
not advocate a reduction on the pro- noticeable that the fear of
"It is
J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando, Wall BoardOn
and considerate
ducts of their own districts for fear tarff revision is not nearly so extremeas young men kindly Florida. tf

of losing their seats. They present a it was four years ago. When a steps are being taken to impress these i Easy to Apply
sorry spectacle, and their lack of cry of calamity would block the re-+ great moral questions upon their con- GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Any Building Job
Mastic and surfaced with heavy fibre
courage will leave them with dimin- vision of the tariff, the cry was forth- sideration. Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy Make your building money go farther, board. Makes an enduring surface that r
hauling, etc. Having been engaged save time and get better results by usstays smooth. Will not warp, shrink
ished influence their fellows. would not be I Recently a series of test questionshas
among that it
coming. Now all my life in caring for groves, I am ing Bishopric Wall Board for walls and buckle or pull loose in any climate win-.
But in spite of these men, the new effective, it is not made; and in private -' been inaugurated. Here are some prepared to please you. Satisfactionin ceilings. Costs 50 per cent less than ter proof or, sound-proofsandilire-resistin'g
tariff is honestly conceived for the I conversation you may hear manu- of the questions that were put to the every line of work. L. M. HALL, plaster to apply-:looks better and lasts Sheets 4 ft x 4 ft come ready to ap
benefit of all the people of the United facturers saying, even with pride,I II I members of the graduating class. 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. as long as the building ply.. Prices Anyone low."Bishopric" .who can drive nails can apply

States. "Wel, let 'em take the tariff off, I I Do you smoke? 5.141 mo. No More Cracked Wallsit.
And of i Have smok! since: walls and ceilings are unPraised Everywhere
along. stopped
"It is a change in principles and guess I can get I you FOR SALE affected by the jars and moisture which
methods, not so much a change in course, with few exceptions they will; entering college or have you adoptedthe Good Horse, buggy and harness- crack! plaster.hard This Wall Board makes by Users ,
& smooth surface that gives lasting
men. The framers of this bill are not for there is much more of the Amer- habit since entering? Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Orlando eatisfactwn. Is displacing lathandlIIutlo ard*Roob,Mf,.Oo.
plaster everywhere for cottages, bungaDear Bin'-Inckwed pleat find realtUni let
necessarily better men personallythan ican spirit of independence and suc- I I Are you engaged? Fla. 5-27 tf lows, fine homes, public buildings gar- 15 square feet.of bishopric Walt Botrd. bUp4
the framers of the dishonest cess in our manufacturers than they Have you ever kissed a pM? ages, out-buildings and every kind of core|(other powible.The we got from you we haft on two room
structure. ud it looks fine.
tariffs. These measures with the votes and support of many I Leaning upon the charity of woman or women? If so inw many? dist Church. Whole or part. Withor Saves a Month's Time MOIOOw.1'I.Comes .
without Address wire.E. in sheets 4 feet read
dwelling or square
of the most distinguished statesmen the tariff had begun to sap their man- Do you consider dancing morally N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 6-10-tf for use. Goes on walls dry. Just nail it to Investigate This Today
and honorable of the last But in the face of a changed ? bare studding and and ceilings are
men fifty hood. wrong ready for decorators the same day. You can see this aeAV
years. But this is not inconsistent.To condition, which many of them have :[ Do you regard card playing as FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room Edges meet evenly-no panelling needed. wonderful,fire're non- ":.
No skill needed to apply it. Saves a warping
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find a parallel you have only to wisely discounted already, there is immoral? house; large lot full of fruit trees. month's time in building. slstinCwailboardat
308 Robinson the store of any of the
look back to another economic fallacyof little fear of their fulfiling their own Have you ever attended a dance? :Apply avenue $5,000 Anti-Warp Bond dealers named below.
Examine i it carefully and SMwt
special privilege-the institution of direful prophecies. Not that such Answers to these questions showed GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up Bishopric Wall Board Is the only Wall learn how you can make L.w'1elhri
slavery. It, also, was maintained by changed conditions are easy to meet. ; that the number of men in the class eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and lath Board are stiffened imbedded with in toughened lath. Kiln-dried Asphalt- bnfldin using"Bishopric"Iorwailss money go farther by and ce&lngs.haad//
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as honest and as high-minded men as for it is impossible to tell just what who smoke totals 184, of which 76 Brailed. Five burner cooking plate.
were in the country. It cost a war effect reductions in rates will have on began in college while 51 stopped the Call 207 America St. 527.1m FOR SALE BY

to rid us of that economic error. If anyone particular factory: but even use of the weed after they enteredthe EVERY BODY'S DOING IT

the Underwood bill is the beginningof the most fearful beneficiary of pro- university. Two hundred and six Automobiling, we are open for dates

a new era in tariff making, as it. tection has no serious apprehension of the three hundred members of the picnic parties, or a crowd for an Orlando Novelty WorksThe

seems to be, we are getting rid of I;I concerning the prosperity of the great class confessed to corresponding with evening drive. Call 360 or ask for

this second practice of privilege very i bulk of our industry." 579 members of the fair sex, an aver- C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf

cheaply.But age of more than two each. I'

it is not a perfect tariff bill. in against FOR RENT
Miami has decided to go One bold younth frankly declared
It is not even a scientific tariff bill. Fort Myers and try herself for the that he writes letters to sixteen young Nice large rooms, furnished. Con'! Mastic Wall Board and J Roofing Mfe. Co., Cincinnati* ,*

The men who framed it have been 1914 meeting of the Florida Press As- women! venient for business people, also light
struggling over tariff schedules for sociation. house keeping. Delightful location .

four years. They probably know I I It Ii with or without board. Terms very WALL BOARltimiilHIMtMHttttllimitMMMIMMIf

more about them than any one else in Plant City have,,i I REGULATING TRAFFIC IN reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-
in the country. But, in the strict j Tomoto growers I I'ARIS.l tinel office. 5-22 tf
received $25,000 net for their crops;1
sense of the word, the bill is not ai i l ----
scientific tariff. There can be no';'! so far this year. A few days ago the y'I Paris is evidently weary of the chaos GOING AWAY?

such thin The ramifications of shipped out six carloads. : that prevails in its streets, for the If so, don't forget to have the Daily | *

trade are so infinite and so inter-re-I new perfect of police has set himself Sentinel follow you-mailed every day.

lated that no human mind can prophesy The contract has been let for th I' to reorganize the traffic department to your summer home. No extra

all the results of a change in the new bank building which is to b
rates in even one schedule. Any I erected in Sarasota. The structur
tariff is a restraint of trade that |! will be commodious and modern in de- j mous cabs, too, so convenient for the NOTICE Spend the summer on one of the numerous lakes on ;
dams or deflects the currents of com- sign and will cost $25,000. i pedestrian on the lookout for a lift
; may be prohibited from crawling at a The Adjourned Annual Meeting of
the Beach. Now is your time to buy,
snail's pace through busy thorough- the Orange County Fair Association
I : fareson the watch for fares. will be held at the San Juan Hotel,

Tuesday, June 10th., 1913, at 10 a. m.
f Paris is a charming city to foreigners -

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA as to the natives, but it must be W. R. O'NEAL Secretary.New CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25
confessed that the traffic regulations

I fail to charm. Indeed, there can hardly things to wear-for all sorts CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . $1.50

be said to be any traffic regulation of folks are described, discussed and CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
Regular DownpourOF !, in Paris, and it is a much frayed jest priced in Sentinel ads.

that,after a street accident,the watch- Camp cots and everything to go camping.
ful policeman extricates the unfor-
I ', tunate foot passenger from the wheels Paul l A. Horn I

and arrests him, allowing the driver

BARGAINSgg : to go scot-free. Except in the busiest I THE
hours, the Paris policeman feels himself CONTRACTOR and BUILDER

: quite superior to so mean a task HELMS HARDWARE
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
: as protecting pedestrians from the I t

endless stream of passing vehicles, P. 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla
[ By securing your personal and contents himself with standing I COMPANY

i majestically aloof to watch the con- ,
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fusion.
clear money than by any day's Americans in Paris have been known I

to wonder what the policemen in the
work you have ever done Everything Autos For Rent at !
i busy thoroughfares were paid for besides -
JUST RECEIVEDNEW
in our store is being soldat I looking imposing. It begins to Any Hour !
; look as if they might be made as use- I
a sacrifice. ful as the famous London "bobby"vho Ii i

Be sure and visit our store. It ;- \ is beloved of all honest travelers. Seven Passenger LINE OF

\\eventually\\ pay you. Remember Thus it will be sen that Americanand
I STEVENS DURYEA
BULGARIANollars
lookers are welcomed as politely foreign policemen are very much
alike.
as buyers. I I Ride in a Good Car.Thone .

!!' Considering the constant and ever! ana Trimmings ,

;i changing publicity of the inefficiency

:| of the New York's police system and

j the featured newspaper stories of 34MMtlMIMMillillllHI
Brown &
LartigueMen's murders and murderous "gun men,"

\ one can scarcely wonder that Reuben MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

and Rachael shudder at even a thought

and Boys' Outfitters I of entering such a dreadful and dangerous Agents for Barclay CorsetsX
j region.Times, Guilford, Shanibarger's for bicycles and
_1 Conn. Sundries. tf

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to Easy The prevent Method power Prevents the of by spread a Their Which small of Spread.glass infectious One partition Hospital; dig ro ORLANDO l BANK & TRUST I' COMPANY o fI LICEIIETIUTEII l [ [ I [ [


eases has been known in the Li'-pit
of Europe for several years. bit) i-
only! l'ec!'omin; recognized in .\meiiia Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. MOTION PICTURES
In the contagious wards of the Brooklyn
Total Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.
ChiHren's hospital glass partiti< '
al: ut uvo feet high are plant bet\H'I, :
the IIt'11s.nd the effect is rvall.x ..1tcrKhii -* Statement of the Orlando Bank and
,: In one l 11l,1 may be a',hihl ,-..u '
Treat Co. tt Close of Business
Tuesday's ProgramALL
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with pneumonia in the next one with ;,, !
scarlet frer.. In the next one with '. \.: i- t : April 16th, WJ-The Seveith -
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me ::;ie> Cerebrospinal= tnentosntk < 'fJIt'
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!: and other such diseases may .;!;"'.:: ; Anniversary of
be represented in the other 1 bed-?. but : A!:: : ;:.." :;. IU ExUteice FEATURE PROGRAM TODAY
since the installation of the glass par [ :(P. ; .
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tltions no child "catches"! the disease: 4 1 -':'}. .._ ..:..'.:-1'-<:s"" .;,...," _
that LIs neighbor has. : "" I"t : "'

Ami yet the air circulates freely all : Ii r ,1jW. RESOURCES "THEIR LIVES BY A THREAD*-In Three sensational -
around and above the glass partitions '.tt'., ."< .. .. ..,
and one would think that the germs I -';; ;Jt.:;' .: I I Loam and Discounts,.... ,$383,191.S1I Reels. In this wonderful picture, Warner Feature
would spread( almost as easily as if : 1 I f ..t 5r :.. Overdraft .............. 922.1?
Company presents one of its biggest This
+ these were not there. Yet experience| I i 2 .;?>Wlt! .W! .t- Real Estate, Foraiturt successes.

has proved tint this is not so. f/ ." ; .y and Fixture .......... 25,853.44 picture was taken at Barborories, Mexico, during the
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Physicians are revising their views I f .. }.t' I Stock and Bond ..... ... 25,018.33 late resolution. Their daring artists risked their lives
about the spread of contagious diseases I ;. \ I
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j 'V'I\! cash on hand and In Banks 36467.81
the air. Some '
through are even __ to make this wonderful production.
ridiculing; the fumigation of rooms. l I 1
The suggestion is that most of the -1 r: f Total ...............,f189J O.OI
pathogenic germs die very quickly In
the air: that persons must come fairly t LIABILITIES
close to the patients: and be in almost ..i.. "A DOLLAR SHOW FOR A
direct contact with them If they are Capital Stock ...........100000.00 DIME"t
to "catch" the disease. New York -.t t surplus and Uadfrided

World. W k Profit ................ 144441
MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M. '
Deposits ................ ".II1M
DRY EYED MADNESS. NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.

5k e. ; t t Total ................$..... .
No Actually Insane Person Has the V

One Power of the of most Shedding curious Tear facts. con- ., 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents EachGET > I

nected with madness Is the utter absence I. Deposit 4,1US..WM7UI I
ONE WHILE THEY LASTHliillMllillilllMitttltlllltMIMMHMIifl
of tears amid the Insane. What- Deposits April II, lilt... M0A1UIlaentM

ever the form of madness, tears are I Uritei 8tal. GtmBMl, State.. duty Dinicy U If dan ........ tl
conspicuous by their absence, as much .7UIUI.I0
In the depression of melancholy or excItement -
of mania as in the utter apa- ...- 0 litlllMllilimiHIIIilMMIIMtMIHH*
thy of dementia.
If a patient in a lunatic asylum be 1s
discovered in tears it will be found IIIMMIMMIMMIIIMIIMMMMItMtltlMtHIIMilltilllHtMiHIMMMMIIIIW.
THE MARKET
that It Is one beginning to recover or :
an emotional outbreak In an epileptic
who Is scarcely truly Insane, while actual -
M. SLEMONSBecause
insane persons appear to have lost
the power of weeping. It Is only returning Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH 1
reason which can once more
unloose the fountain of their tears.
Even when a lunatic Is telling one in AND SALT MEATS
fervid language bow she has been deprived summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We .

of her children or the outrages FISH AND GAME '
carry a large stock of desirable goods.
that hare been perpetrated upon herself -

her eye is never even moist. The WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GINGHAMS Kept under the best sanitary conditions. .- '
ready gush of tears which accompa-
nies the plaint of the sane woman con- RATINE, SILKS, SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.We .
trasts strangely with the dry eyed appeal Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
of the talkative lunatic. It would. sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and pure.

Indeed, seem that: tears give relief to and $3.00.

feelings madness.which It is one when of pent the privileges up, lead of to Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

reason to be able to weep. Amid all WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.
the misery of the insane they find no
relief in tears.-Pearson's Weekly.A RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.We .

carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKET
Boy and a Thousand Dollar
A New York Judge gave his son Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
$1,000, telling him to go to college and
graduate. The son returned at the end Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON ; H. M. Self & CO.J820 .
of freshman year without a dollar and
with several ugly habits. At the close HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.

of the vacation the Judge told his son i PINE STREET
that he had done all he could for him. It is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. I

If he had wasted the money that was
to have taken him through college he | Phone No. 80
might as well leave home and make his
own way in the world. It was a rude I
awakening for the young man, but he W. M. SLEMONSr MIIMIMIMMMIMMMIMIMIMIIIIiiiliiilllliiHLIGHT
knew that his father was right. And so
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class, studied law. became governor of PATH TO PROSPERITYMerchants I

the cabinet state of of the New president York,of entered the United the IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN i

States and made a record for himself.It .
was William H. Seward. who use Electric Signs never lose

Sterilized Soil For Flower. their way by choosing the wrong road to success -

It Is not generally known that the THE LINE 'OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, i ; You simply cannot fail to attract new |

soil boxes used and by flowerpots florists for Is filling often window sterilized. HATS AND SHOES, AlSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. Itacts| j ji

This sterilization Is not Intended like irresistible all
DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SAW i an magnet, drawing the
primarily for the destruction of
perms, but for the destruction of all MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY i ; trade within its reach: That is the reason ] j

animal'and vegetable life In the soil, they command the attention of buyers.
so that weeds will not be springing up REFUNDED.
along with the flowers and worms uprooting
the earth. The sterilizing device For Every Store OwnerNo
consists of a large bin with steam
pipes running through It about four B. Salomon Orlando
feet apart. Along these pipes there matter how small his business, the Elec-

are placed boles at Intervals of a few is the and
tric Sign cheapest most effective .
inches. The soil-which is sod plowed .
up and left to decay for a year-Is IMIHil advertising.Phone .
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dumped In. Then the steam Is turnedon I f for our Sign Designer to call and submit ( i ii
for half an hour. At the end of fI IMMIIIMMMIIHtlliillliliitililllllilHHIK i i ii
that time the process is completed I a sketch. i i'i
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Harper's. WELCOME TO No Trouble Us .No i '
WE OFFER YOU to -- Expense to You. i Ii I-
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The Budding Financier.
Probably the late J. Morgan's first ROYAL PALM
attempt at finance took place in Bos- THE MOST OF THE BEST

ton. Ills school teacher gave him mon- BARBER SHOP I

ey pone to a buy long erasers.time. Young When Morgan he returnedhe was For the Least I ORNDO WATER[ G LIGHT C e

handed the teacher the erasers and Modern and Complete.

some change. Everything new, individual COOK WITH GASeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeereeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ]
"What's this for?" asked the teacher. electric
attachments at every I
"I gave you Just enough to buy Tender
JuicyMeats
the erasers. chair. No stone has been left

"Oh," returned young Morgan "1 unturned to make this shop
went around town until I could find a meet th erequirements of the I You
can always depend on getting the best at our
place to buy at wholesale."Detroit most particular. Plenty of I Subscribe For The Sentinel. .
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Motion. ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, I ence in meats. .
Perpetual IIIIIIIMI MIII 11 H mill ii
'What a lively baby," said Flaherty. Proprietor. '

"Have dunnor ye had his picture took yet I Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER

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"Not yet," said Fogarty the proud PIGUEI -- -- -- --
father. "We thried to, but afther anhour's Horse and
Buggy, per day $2.50
lost labor the photygrafter ray- If miss Sentinel, call BOONE STREET
you your ORLANDO FLA. "
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ferred us to a movln. picture studio"- 1-2 day 1.50
Llppincott's. phone 24 between seven and nine:

o'clock and a copy will be broughtyou I 1 PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4,50'

Job Not In It. by special messenger. "
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the patience of Job? HenpeckBecause _
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.MIIIIMMM . . I MONDAY'S FIRE MATINEE .


I Just as news was running down in
Louis C. Massey, President
about the same ratio as mercury was .
oing at eleven o'clock yesterday t
T. Picton Wulow. Vie .Pm. 8. Wttan Howe Cubkr up
the fire alarm was sounded and the
Howard C. B beoek. Aw't CMhicr Samuel A.Newell Au't Cwkkr
I matinee was on.

The Johnny Jones' team shot out

THESTATE of the barn like cannon balls, but I I What is theCHRISTMAS
a green driver did not handle them i
well and in making the turn at the :

Elks' Club, they reeled almost into '

BANK the curb but kept on their way until t
SAVING
hey reached Orange avenue, wherea I _
breast strap broke and it became i

necessary to stop and it was with diffi- :;
culty that the steeds were quieted'I II i .
I CLUB ?
of Orlando long enough to make repairs. Chief : .

Dean then climbed into the wagon _
I
and the team flew along Central ave-

nue like a Kansas Cyclone trying to I Ikeep

THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND out of the way of the automobiles I Merely a number of people l ho arrange to systematically

scorcher. Arriving at the fire, the 4
save certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance -
hose was quickly run to an hydrant I II
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I about 1200 feet away. that they dill receive a check two weeks before
Finally the hose was attached and
The Bank which transacts more business than : a stream of circus lemonade beganto Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa I play among the morning glories I

: that clung to the first story window '

I until Edgar Dann came along and I II

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up stepped on the hose and this gave

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I pressure enough so that a few squirts You can save any amount Irom 2 cents week up.
I of the highly colored liquid went on
with careful attention to the legitimate -
banking principles
to the roof. brave
porch Finally a
wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis got a red ladder and with the aid of The 2 cents the first r) r)

in the amount of deposits. this the hose was lifted high enoughso $11
reuected large week "club" nets o
that the water spilled out onto the you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 roof but it was so near the color of

the flames that it would take an expert -
to tell which from tuther.

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur Not getting the blaze under control

with this inflammable looking juice IT WORTH WHILE !

another stream was turned on that
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looked like coal tar. Some said it
correspondent banks are located in every part of muck
was others said that the lan-
Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the guage of the citizens when discussingthe
pressure only made it look black or better still join some club now.
United States. for the water had been analyzed and

was pure. But the more reasonable
IIIMMililllMIIMMIIMIMMIMMMMIIIIiMtwJ
supposition is that when Alderman

Sims saw the predicament, he rolled -
LEAGUE CARNIVAL HON. S. A. ROBINSON ON
CIVIC LAWSRepresentative NEW out one of those barrels of newly The Peoples National Bank"It

management purchased disinfectants and attached :
of Mrs.
the
Under
the hose so as not to waste the sparkling :
Seth Woodruff, the various commit S. A. Robinson in
dew drops that were trickling : is a pleasure to serve you"
tees in charge of the Carnival, whichis talking of the recent session of the from the hose.

to be held this afternoon are rap- Florida Legislature says that while Chief Dean hustled about and got .

idly completing all arrangements with he is disappointed that several important a better pressure on the black sand

promise of a delightful and successful subjects were left untouchedby and soon smothered the flames that HMMMmmtMMMMMHMMMMMtCMHMH
the law-makers, he is
affair.A yet gratified :
were rapidly eating house number - -
particularly beautiful locationwas that a number of splendid laws were two. liHIIMIIMIItaitllllilMfHMIMMtlllMliiMHM ''ttMtlMitllilMHHN.

secured, the ladies having the use passed, such as the abolishing of the One unfortunate thing in all fires- .
of Mr. Giles' large lawn, on the south convict lease system, and the creatingof
I or most all, those who turn in there :
side of Lake Lucerne, its natural attractiveness a tax board of equalization and alarm :
are not explicit enough as : P. YOWELL'SCLEANUP
adding special charm to the oyster and fish law all of which I I
to locality; if all people will be careful -
the many plans which will be effect- was important legislation.Mr. about this, it will help the fire : .
ively carried out there for the enjoy- Robinson, like the rest of us,
I department very much in locating the :
ment of all who attend. was disappointed that there
was fire and .
getting to it promptly. Orndo's -
Ice cream, cake, candy and orange- no good roads legislation but had nota la fire
department, outside o f
ade will be among the tempting edibles word of censure to say of any o f the Chief and one boy, is volunteerand

for sale, while those who preferit the members, saying that each man consequently have not much practice SALE ,

can be served with coffee at their he presumed had done his duty ashe but all must admit that they are
special booth. Those who desire to saw it, and he had no criticism to faithful and effective fire fighters

stay for both afternoon and eveningcan offer. when they have a chance.
get supper at these booths. Mr. Robinson has been a faithful .

Swings, see-saws, merry-go-rounds, servant of the people and has pursued FRIENDS DEPART FOR KANSAS

etc., will delight all children-perhaps honorable methods in all things In cleaning up our stock we find that there has been an accumulation
those of more sedate age also-and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Coryell, Con

various amusing games will be par- MUNICIPAL LEAGUEThe cord Park residents, have gone to. of Odds and Ends, which were overlooked during our hustle

ticipated in by old and young alike. Kiawa, Kansas for a visit with their .
of the Hidden Hand Sale have decided to close them
out regard-
so
At a gypsy camp a learned fortune- Municipal League, which nowhas son. Mr. and Mrs. Coryell formerly : |

teller will impart her wisdom to those a membership of thirty-five mem resided in the Sunflower State and no : less of cost. You WILL FIND THEM DISPLAYED ON THREE TABLES.

who seek,-provided they offer sufficient bers, held their regular meeting last doubt will enjoy the great wheat fields .. .

inducement.One night in the League Rest Room. Therewas and corn fields again, but when Jack _
all Good
These Fresh Goods
of the most attractive features a large attendance and many Frost begins to show his head they : are

will be the "Songs of the Flowers," I subjects of public interest were discussed will pack their trunks and start for :

by a group of young girls, each one : and movements .inauguratedthat Orlando, and their many friends will : I

and representing some special blossom i' \ will result in good to Orlando. welcome them back. .. Table No. One ; Table No. Two .
its
singing
message. i
I Among the other important matters .

WORTHY OF NOTICE |It a question of petitioning the AD MEN MEET BALTIMORE : India Linon, Flowered and Plain : Lawns Dimities, Organdies, ;
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]Fair Association to allow the use of ,
I!It the Fair Grounds for a public park Baltimore, June 9.-With delegates : Lawns, Plain and Striped Ginghams Nainsooks, Flaxons and Cord
The sale of wash goods scheduled in attendance from all of the :
and
play grounds was brought anda parts .
up
by F. N. Boardman to be in operation committee appointed to confer with United States and Canada and several : 12/2 to 20c values. i uroys.

as soon as doors are opened on Wednesday j the Directors at their meeting today. from foreign countries, the ninth annual :

morning, bids fair, by all ac The question of financing the newly convention of the Associated Advertising Clean-Up Sale Clean-Up Sale \ r\
counts, to be an eye-opener to the ] organized band was discussed bu Clubs of America, began in : II"Per C
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purchasing public of Orlando Yard Per Yard
and theyicinitconsisting Fifth
Regiment
;no definite action was taken and the armory today. The : :
as it does of session will close next i
;matter was allowed to go over in order Friday. ----
some of his best selling lines that to ascertain what other arrangements After welcoming addresses by Gov- : -

have been running this season a had been made. ernor Goldsboro and Mayor Preston, : Table No. Three

glance at the window display gives It was decided, however, that the President George W. Coleman read :
one some slight idea of the exceptional League would"act if his annual address in which he reviewed I
necessary. White and colored Voile Suecine Silk and
values he is offering. Not a yard I The question of the ordinance nov briefly the reports of the spe : plain fancy colors;

sale-nothing has been purchased but regular specially stock for the pending before the Council prohibit cial and standing committees. : Kimona Crepe, plain and fancy colors; French Ginghams, in stripes

goods; ing bathing in the Lakes was discuss It
that have been selling right along FLORIDA and checks.
CANTELOUPES
ed and a committee appointed to act t
from 15c to Sic and even 50c a yard. STEADY :
with the Civic
League in
endeavorin
On Wednesday they go out at 12lie to have a particular spot in some lake tI These goods usually sell from 25 to 35 cents. 19c
a yard. First comers get first choice, New York, June
set apart for public bathing purposes 6.-Receipts were : Clean-Up Sale Yard "
so shop early. This sale is but another It was suggested that provision be heavy of Florida canteloupes with a I per .
item of the progressive policy of fair demand :
made to have someone on hand on being noted for all
.this."up-to-date "Store of Satisfalion. Thursday afternoon of each week to which were really good, but the bulk :

teach swimming to the children. of the offerings were small, green, :

The matter of organizing a BaseBall and generally unattractive, and these N. P. YOWELLThe
MRS. JESSE UUMBY, JR. were inclined to
team for recreation during the drag at a wide range :

summer months was also agitated, bu Canteloupes sold from $1.50 to $3 a :
On Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Jesse allowed crate, with a few of the best
to very ,
go over to the next meeting :
Bumby, Jr., died at her home southof reaching up to $3.50.WEATHER .
town, the funeral services beingheld I-I Big White Store

yesterday by Rev. Mr. Chisholm, REPORT J
LEAVE .
ABSENCE FOR REV
of Kissimmee. The
of many friends is extended deep sympathy to J Ir. AMOS PRESTON BOYD Local rains Tuesday- and probably .II" n"1" "i m ittn i n ;IIII ;

Bumby and his two small children in Wednesday. Somewhat lower temperature ---- ---- -_
their great loss. The Pastor of the Emmanuel Baptist in north and central portion AT THE FAVORITE TODAY FOR SALE WANTED-A woman to do general

Church has been given a leave of Tuesday."A i : house work. Apply \V. M. Wright
(;OODST LIVING PRICES i absence June 16, the church meetin Program ExtraordinaryThe I Practically new Rambler Automobile Carter St., at City Limits. 8-10-11,

all expenses of the trip. Mrs. Boy'd little equipped with Presto lights, top :
neglect ,
Mr. W. M. Slemons, the may breed mischief: Stranger's Trail (Frontier) A FOR RE T-Six room
oldest and will join him about II flat with
the first of July For want of a nail the shoe was lost- curtains, windshield, speedometer, modern conveniences. all
one of the most reliable merchants in They will then be the of Mrsi unique Western drama. clock wheel with North Apply 306
guests For want of a shoe the horse lost bumper, spare extra Orange avenue.
Orlando, is offering some special i Carrie Cook, of Hartford, Conn. For want of a horse the rider was lost Fatty and Bandits( Nestor) A Westrn tire, tube and complete set tools and 6.10 6t
ducements. Mr. Siemens has a reputation By the request of several of the -Ben Franklin.was comedy sensation. accessories. READ THIS

established for good goods and lading members of his church, the i Neglect not your opportunity- The Law of Compensation (Rex) Asrreat I Also has auto trunk with two suit I -
square dealings and it is worth whileof i Pastor, will, after his detective EdKin am offering my stock of
return featuring
from the. advertise story groceries
now and all the time in cases for touring. Reason for selling for sale at reduced
any man or woman's time to look north, preach in ministerial prices for
robe
The Daily Sentinel. August. have no further use for car. cash.
Every day is sale
over his stock. Read his ad and call which will be generously donated day till closed
by .. Open 2to5and7to10p.m.Admission Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. T. J. out.
his Mrs. L.
at store. W. Cook, of this city. SHEPARD i
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