The daily sentinel
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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 11, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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"Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State

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Jersey City, June 10.-Much inerest The stockholders of the Orange !I Baltimore, June 10.That a long Mexico City, Mexico, June 10.-As Sl>fUii U> the Sentinel

is centered here today in the first elec- County Fair Association met at the and bitter fight will ensue betweenthe the result of the discovery of a plot I': New York, June 10.-The worst Washington, June 10.-Democrats

tion of commissioners under the com- San Juan yesterday and transactedthe heirs of the late E. 0. Painter, the to incite rebellion in the capital, the slump in several years in which nearly of the Senate Finance Committee met

mission form of governement, which business incident to the annual'' millionaire fertilizer manufacturer, police last night arrested Dr. Rafael : l every prominent stock showed a today to consider changes in the tariff

this city adopted on April 15th, la t meeting. and the combination of insurance com Cepeda, former Governor of San Luis decline of from two to five points bill proposed by the sub-committees.

With five commissioners to choose President read his annual report panies before the $1,178,000 in policiesare Petosi, and four men of less political from the closing price of the previons Reductions in metal, ajrriculaural

from the ten candidates in the field, followed by the report of the Secretary -I, paid, is the intimation made by prominence. day, occurred immediately following and sundries schedules, increases in

the race promises to be a spirited one W. R. O'Neal. Both reports '! Dr. C. Glazier, the Baltimore chemist, A number of army officers of minor: the opening of the New York Stock the cotton and pottery schedules and

before the returns are all in. showed a gratifying condition of affairs who is now analyzing the internal organs -rank, are said to be involved in the Exchange today. an enlargement of the free list were

Jersey City is the first municipalityof Not a dollar of debt of any ,: of the dead man to decide whether plot against the Huerta go\-ernment.l As a result of the decision handed presented. In most cases the changes

any size in the east to try the experiment kind against the asociation, buildings death was caused by an accident More than two hundred and fifty j down by the Supreme Court in the suggested by the subcommitteeswere
form of in excellent repair and grounds : or poison.Dr. I expected to meet the approval of the
of the commission generally -( members of the Federal garrison!! Minnesota rate case. While the railroads '

government made possible under the in splendid condition. On motion -:| Glazier has not completed his : which was unsuccessful in the defense which were directly concerned majority members.

Walsh Act, passed by the New Jersey the reports and the work of the ;( report. In fact, he says it will be sometime '' of Zacatecas against a superior rebel :' in the decision showed the heaviest Some problems the subcommitteehave

Woodrow officers were approved. before the chemical of : been unable to settle and they
legislature and signed by analysis force several weeks ago were either losses, the slump carried down pricesof
Wilson, who was Governor of the stateat It was suggested that an invitation!I the stomach, liver and kidneys of the killed or taken prisoners, according to practically every railroad and industrial will be left to the full majority mem

the time and worked hard to secure be extended to Lake, Osceola and I wealthy Florida man can be made. survivors who today straggled into issue and many new low records bership to solve. These include income -

the passage of the act Several of Seminole counties to participate in) As soon as it is completed, it will l Aguas Calientes. II' covering a period of from one to tax provisions affecting certain

the cities in New Jersey that already the fairs in the future and that the I be forwarded to the coroner at Jack Only twenty men of the Zacatecas five years, recorded. classes of bonds and other features,

Atlantic exhibits be opened to these counties. sonville, who ordered the : administrative provisions affecting
have this form of government are examinationmade. garrison of three hundred escaped, ac-I Various banking houses went to the
Passaic On motion of Judge and : foreign governments, the proposal to
City, Trenton, Long Cheney : cording to the statement of these support of the issues in which they

Branch, Nutley, Ridgewood, Ocean Mr. James L Giles the matter was I The chemist would give no specific I vivors, which was telegraphed to theI were interested early in the day and give the secretary of the treasury authority -

City and Ridgefield Park. referred to the officers and board of information as to what he has already I War Department from Aguas Calien- managed to check the decline toward to proclaim valuation of im

On May 15, the nominations were directors, with power to act in the I II I found, but simply remarked that there ( tes. I;| noon, but it was in the afternoon before ports, a proposal to change ad valorem -

held, at which time 95 men were in matter. J would be a large fight before the mat i The attacking force, they stated, appreciable rates on silks to specific duties

the field. The ten candidates were The matter of holding a special race ter is finally settled. numbered about nine hundred. The: made and any then the recovery was and the suggestion that countervailing -

chosen at that time and today each meet early in the winter season was : Should it be found that Mr. Painterdied i i Federals resisted until the fighting i in with recovery was slightin duties be placed on livestock and
the losses
voter will cast his ballot for five of presented by Secretary O'Neal and i; from other cause than drowning,j the streets had resulted in the killing ;, comparison earlier in the session. experienced grain, making them free of duty only

these men. The five who receive the after considerable discussion that; the bulk of the insurance money will of many non-combatants. i iI i from countries that do not tax their
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highest number of votes in today's matter was also referred to the officers ,, cause memorable legal battle. I The successful rebels forced loans : entry from the United States.

election will hold the reins of the and directors. !' Painter was on a ferry boat crossing and looted some of the business houses ;;| Minnesota rate decision in the morn The bill is certain to go to caucus
j ing together with the declineof
government over Jersey City for the Mr. E. B. Bradley and Victor Star- the St. Johns river, on May 22, of the city. One of the wealthiest residents i American papers with free raw wool and the free sugar
securities of the Lon-
next two years. The primary, election buck, as a committee from the Municipal when he was taken, it is said with a I of Zacatecas was executed because schedule. There now seems to be lit

was spirited and a very heavy League presented a request t 'I violent coughing spell, and fell into i he refused to contribute twenty I I',I don orders exchange, caused a flood of selling tle prospect that they will be changedby
to into the of-
vote was cast at that time. The ten that the people of Orlando be permitted ':the water. His will gives little indicating i I i, thousand pesos to the revolutionists.I, fices at an pour early hour. the caucus.

candidates are Mark M. Fagan, Frank to use the Fair grounds for park;! the actual value of his estate. i i The Governor was made a prisoner. i '4.
j There is general in the streetthat
Hague, John H. Morris, A. Harry Der- purposes. The gentlemen stated that Most of his property goes to his fan : No mention was made of any foreign- '1 THE GROWER OF ROSES
| the Supreme Court had not
mott, Thos. J. Stewart and John Roth- they would undertake to raise the ily and the rest of it goes to charitable ers being injured.

erman. Moore, Ferris, Farmer and funds with which to fit up the grounds i i institutions, churches and col 1 j i Four cannon and a few machine i! brought out the salient points of theI As the grower of beautiful !roses;

Rotherman were the candidates endorsed and pat in tennis courts and croquetgrounds leges. : guns were captured by the rebels, but i I decision more clearly and it was felti Mr W. E. Hudson is without a peer.
I that the
i matter was now passed aloe With
by present Mayor Wittmen and so that the association would I Redmond Stewart, of Barton, Wil- the refugees stated that practically \ g him rose culture is a science.
;, to Congress it was generally conceded He
his Democratic administration. Fagan, be at no expense. < mer & Stewart, representing the i insurance I all of the ammunition not used in the studies their life, their needs and
that the State of Minnesota
who received the highest number of Judge Cheney stated that he wouldlike : companies, interested, has defense of the garrison was exploded I care as a scientific man in any
won a victory and that the effect will
votes for the candidacy was formerlythe to see Orlando have a park, but I! supervised the investigation here. It 1 before the Federals surrendered. would do. As a consequencr he
: be equally felt by all railroads.AUTOMOBILE ,
Republican Mayor of the city. was opposed to using the fair grounds j is expected that Dr. Glazier will makea I According to advices received by grows perfect specimens and many

Stewart, who is president of the team for park purposes unless the City of : formal report within a few days. j the War Department, a rebel army varieties. I

ster's association polls a large voteon Orlando paid an adequate consideration -i) is moving on Aguas Calientes, where HIT BY EXPRESSSpecial His rose garden is a feast of beauty

the strength of his advocacy for for .the use of the grounds and I'' AMERICAN ENGINEERS; DEPART j the garrison is not large and the situation to the Sentinel and there is a richness about the

better streets. policed the grounds. FOR GERMANY is complicated by the presence I Glidden, Iowa, June 10.-Leona and roses produced that imparts ne\\' interest

The five who elected M. 0. Overstreet the I of to rose culture and lends a
men are today spoke along i many idle workmen, who are exI : -f! Rebecca Dudley, daughters of Robert

will choose one of their number to be same lines. The mater was then on I New York, June 10-More than two I I pected to join the rebel ranks. I Mathew Dudley, a prominent mechant that any man may be proud cf>
president of the commission motion of Mr. Cheney referred to the are many interesting vzrrie-
or mayor. : hundred members of the AmericanSociety of Nashville, Tenn., were instantly i ties
Each of the others will have board of directors. I of Mechanical enginees accompanied I Del r all Seeks Peace. killed and their parents and none that are more admiredthan

charge of the four city departments A committee was then appointed to I by 100 ladies left today on the j Nogales, Arizona, June 10.-R. F. the chauffeur seriously injured today the the Marchalniel and especitlly
created under the act. These recommend names for board of i I Del Valle red variety of this family tut
new are a di.1 steamer Victoria Luise to attend the recently returned from when the automobile in which they
public works, public grounds and rectors. The committee consisting ) Washington here flowers from the Hudson rose gardens
fifty-fourth annual meeting of the I was today conferring I were riding was struck by a fast
and finance E. II. Walker, E. G. Duckworth E. are looked upon with great favos> in.
buildings, public safety i Verein Deutscher Ingenieure at Leipzig with both Mexican Federal and Hawkeye express on the Northwest-

and revenue. The department of public Sperry, A. Y. Fuller and C. E. Johre F.I' and to inspect the industrial and I Revolutionary agents before departing'j i I ern Railway near here. Orlando.

safety includes the police, fi son retired and shortly returned r educational institutions of Germany.It I for Hermossillo, the State capital oftwill. I I Physicians tonight declared the injured -
health and exicse The porting the following their Sonora. BANKRUPTCY
departments. names as j He
is expected that the party I declared that he represented ;'; will probably live. Dudley and _____ '
commission will assume office on June recommendation for a board of directors arrive no .
at Hamburg on JunelG. The : party or government, but as j his family were enroute to Denver I to Special to the

17, when the term of Mayor Tittpen : H. L. Beeman, :M. 0. Overstreet, tourists will be received by representatives i i a friend of both the Mexican factions I'I'j spend the summer. Philadelphia Sentinel, Pa., June 10. Jack

expires.It D. Lockhart, H. H. Dickson, Seth I of the and to the United States e
II of government,
society Theautomobile'was
I engineers (t demolished and O'Brien, a well known pugilist known
is that Woodruff, W. H. Reynolds, A. T. Ros-I! 'I he is ,
expected many and will be escorted seeking first hand informationregarding the
on a tour j bodies of his two daughters were in private life
as Joseph F.
be made as the candidates are all sitter, Geo. H. Fernald, Charile Hand of inspection of several German the restoration of inI I Ahag. n, ,".
shipyards I peace 'I terribly mangled. A late examination filed petition in "
pledged to greater economy in the and J. II. Sadler.Immediately i after which the delegates will Mexico. I showed bankruptcy rod p. \,;.
I I today that Dudley received His liabilities total
administration of the city's affairs, upon the adjournment'of i!i board a special train for Leipzig Del Valle had nothing to say about' less severe injuries than Mrs. Dudley thousand, while his assets over a hundred

and many men who now hold soft j jobs the stockholders the directors met where the King of I the report of his virual appointmentas aggregate
Saxony will welcome and the chauffeur. They are:'in' the only ten thousand. O'Brien
are expected to be ousted when the and re-elected the old officers for the them, and the Verein DeutscherIngenisure Mexican ambassador. says unfortunate
hospital tonight
resting real
,new commission gets down to work. ensuing year, viz: H, H. Dicks n,I will tender speculation was : ,
reception. the cause of his
Each commissioner will receive a President; J. N. Whitner and G C. t Pres. Dr. W. F. M. Goss, of the American .MODEL WOMAN SUIT FR'12JoJ.A) <| & LOST IFOl'R (i

:salary of $5,000 per year and the one Keller, Vice-Presidents W. R. O'Neal, Society, will deliver an address at t ,.:
'who is elected Mayor will receive $500 Secretary and James L. Giles, Treas this reception. On June 25 the visitors Mr. J. M. Peck, representing one Washington, Jane 10.( -HeiM ofthe r BUSINESS MEN KILLED <'\

,additional. This makes a saving over urer. will leave on a tour of industrial of the largest "ready-to-wear" houses : ------ .
first settlers of Tome, New Mexico, Special to the Sentinel I
the old system of $50,000 in salaries I I Germany, including the in New York City, was in Orlando I h"
following in 1739 today lost .in the Supreme Springfield, 111., June 10. Fo f
for the heads of departments alone. ORLANDO GOOD cities: Dresden, Berlin, {I yesterday showing goods and ,r ..;
ROADS BOOSTERS Cologne, Dus- Court their suit to* be declared the business men, three of whom !

I seldorf, Frankfurt, Heidelberg and j ing styles. Miss Pheney, the diSPlaY-I rightful owners of the one hundred. Chicago business men, were here were io t ,

MINERS TO STRIKE i I, --- I Munich, and a trip up the Rhine. Independence -" Model,", for the house accompanied and twenty"-one thousand- acf'esTof-land appearbefore the Senate Committee y

On next Monday morning, June 16, Day will be celebrated at I him. upon which part of the town is 1 lo in the interest of the eight-hour law j{.

Charleston, W. Va., June lO.-The : at 7 o'clock, the Orlando good road Frankfurt under the auspices- of- the I As might be expected, Marion Ives cated. The smt-aTOse over the grant'-.were killed late today, when an automobile -/1; ,

'United States Senate sub-committee boosters will start on their tour of i] American Embassy. is the' local representative of this of land when New Mexico was a in which they were riding was

charged with the beginning today a the southern part of the State. There i| great Eastern house. "kingdom" belonging to Spain.CATHOLIC struck by a Wabash train at Rivertoil

thorough investigation of mining conditions :' will be from fifteen to twenty-five automobiles I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I I II eight miles from here. _: ,

in this state, faced the possibility and something like one hundred LEAGUESSpecial MANY SERVIANS KILLED CHAPLAINS MEET The automobile was hurled against

of a strike' in the entire Paint enthusiasts in the party. to the SentineL I London, June- 10.-Many Servians Washington, June 10.-Roman :a steel switch stand and wrecked.
& Cabin Creek regions. Many mi The following circular will be distributed '
National I were killed today in a serious encoun-j Catholic chaplains of the United Three of the men were instantly

ners have openly declared they be- enroute: Pittsburg, 5; Brooklyn, 4. jter i between Servian and Bulgarian States army and navy are gathered 1 killed. .
lieved the committee will make the There are about hundred I
one of us.I Chicago, 3; New York, 2. 1: troops near the small town of Makres. j, in this city today to confer on problems ...
instigation for thir benefit and should Weare out for a good time. .
Cincinnati, 2; Philadelphia, 3. j News of the encounter came in a s dealing with the religious needs WILL INVESTIGATE RECEIVERSHIP =:
they strike they would be We want-Good Roads. (
upheld by : St. Louis, 8; Boston, 7. : cial dispatch to the Belgrade Mali jo ur-I! in the military establishment The .
the Federal body. Much anxiety is We want a National Highway between AmericanNew :1 nal forwarded here. conference is the first of its kind. It <"fSpecial
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felt here because it is not known how' Jacksonville and Tampa via
York, 1; Chicago, 5. More conflicts are expected in thei will continue three days .-, 'jAMERICANS to the Sentinel
great a percentage of the miners hold Orlando. j t
this view. We Boston, 7; Cleveland, 3. i i same vicinity as the Servians on Monday Washington, June 10.-The Senate
are taking a 360-mile
trip just ; Philadelphia, 10; St. Louis, 4. : sent a note to the Bulgarian commander WIN 1 late today passed, without debate,1Senator
About 100 operators and miners are for fun, Orlando, Kissimmee, Haines i I I I
Washington, 3; Detroit, 0. giving him until 7 o'clock 4
1 in I Kenyon's resolution
here ;I directing
ready to testify before the committee I City, Winter Haven, Bartow, Lakeland } :1:
Southern the evening to evacuate the Special the 'the Interstate Commerce
town of to Sentinel Commission
which is scheduled to hold its Plant City, Tampa, Tarpon .. "
first session 'I Nashville, 11; Chattanooga, 1. j' Volodan, failing, which the Servian The American team won the first 'to investigate the receivership of the
at 2 o'clock this afternoon Springs, Clearwater, Largo, and St.
''Petersburg are our stops. Atlanta, 6; Birmingham, 4. general declared he would bombard game in polo against the English 'St. Louis & San Francisco railroad

Florida has the climate soil Montgomery, 5; New Orleans, 2. ;I Istip, now occupied by the Bulgarians team today; score 5% to 3. Monty 'and the manner in which the road acquired ->
water I
Memphis-Mobile; off day. I II Waterbury broke his finger in the ( the property of the Chicago &
NO CABINET MEETING and is the finest country in the world,j jI I 1 I
I Carolina I PRIZE WINNERS AT THE CART I. sixth period and was taken out. ]Eastern Illinois. *
need -
we Good
more Roads.
Durham 7; Ashville, 3, first game. I VAL .
Washington, June 10.-Because of ; Join us in this movement-we want Durham, 0 Asheville 2 .l .
; second
the absence of several secretaries your cooperation.Make game. The Woman's Exchange, a'ery WEATHER REPORT *
Raleigh, 6; Charlotte, 3, first In the Trades' Parade -
contest at the
popular institution .
and lovers of ..
from the city there cabinet I a trip to Orlando-.-we will
meeting today. show you around.ORLANDO Raleigh, 4; Charlotte, 3, second game. Civic League Carnival last evening, home baked goods, has closed its doors Local rains Wednesday and proba- I

I South Atlantic i Miss Ruth Frazier, representing Luther for the 'bly
BOARD OF TRADE. summer season and will open Thursday; cooler Wendesday in
Toilet | Columbus, 7; Savannah, 4. I The Florist, won the greatest in new quarters next fall. central portion.
paper-5 eta roll. 6 for 25 cts. _
Macon 6 Charleston I
; 2. number of votes. At the Rose Wheel,
Curtis & O'Neal.1 Subscribe for the Sentinel. I \ ;
Jacksonville-Albany, no rain. Miss Lillian Jones winner. S .
game was Subscribe for the Sentinel. i Subscribe for the Sentinel. '+

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JUNE 28, 1913 ;

Commission The United announces States- Civil that on Service the'i|!, Gifts to Please Bargains! Bargains!! j

Gate named above an examination will
ke held at Orlando, Fla., as a result;
tf which it is expected to make cer-i' Special Bargains during the remainder of, this month.
tification to fill a contemplated vacan-, May be safely purchased fromus Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
ey in the position of fourth class post-! and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
master of Lockhart, Florida,I body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
: where everythingis Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c .
and other vacancies as they may up.
"car at that office,unless it shall be oc-I s Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French Li
cided in the interests of the service to guaranteed. '' ; Gingham, from 98c up.
fill the vacancy by reinstatement. The Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
compensation of the postmaster at from 25c up.L1dies' .
this office was $369 for the last fiscal Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
Age limit, 21 years and over on the Dry Goods at a special reduction.
date of the examination, with the exception -I Allen & Co. Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
Ladies' and Children's
that in a State where women, Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
Hats from 25c .
ire declared; by statute to be of full
Men's Clothing, such Blue and
age for all purposes at 18 years, wo as Serge, Mohair
Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
men 18 years af age on the date of
Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00
the examination will be admitted. JEWELERS up.
Applicants must reside within the Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up.
I Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles rand
territory supplied by the post office
colors, from 50c
for which the examination is announc-
Orlando Florida Boys' Pants from 25c up.
ad.The examination is open to all citizens I Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 48c up.
Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
of the United States who can
comply with the requirements. Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi-
tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho
Application forms and full informa-
trades with us.
tion concerning the requirements of
We want your trade and we assure you that we will
the examination can be secured from
give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar-,
Lockhart, Fla., Our Department
the postmaster at and Repair at
antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and
the local secretary at Orlando, Fla.,
convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
from the U. S. Civil Service Commission
61' Washington, D. C. your service always.Everything If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.

Applications and filed should with the be properly Commission executed I H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando

tt Washington at least seven days before I
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trwise it may be impracticable to ex-
tmine the applicants.U. .
S. Civil Service Commission. in DrugsWE j

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would regard as a great benefactor Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
inyone who would get up a successful Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.

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NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF i remaining was swelled by nearly 500 H. A. Royston ( I .
FLORIDA !who went out after supper to take. partin STAR BRAND I
i' and watch the dancing. ]House Painting and CalciminingI
For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
A new Methodist church building is, have had years of experience and 1
almost completed at Fargo and the: E. F. Andrews the convicted mur-, guarantee m) \\ork.
members are to be congratulated. :derer of J. W. Alexander, at Palmetto Estimates cheerfully furnished.
a year ago in June and whose sen- Drop me a card and I will call.'I Wholesome Nourishing will sell Lime at 90c ,
The Dickison Chapter, U. D. C.,i sational escape from the county joil P. 0. Box 381 Delicious
tendered a big dinner to the old Veterans -and recapture near Jacksonville a few:,
in Ocala, on the 3rd of June, in,weeks ago, has been taken to the tur- For Sale Manufactured By per barrel delivered,
celebration of Jefferson Davis. j pentine camps near Ocala to begin a Slightly used $2000,00 automobile. '
!life sentence. "I'll bet a box of cigarshe Would consider real estate in trade, J". G MAHON five barrel lots.
Last week J.F. Richards of- Arcadia: won't be there long," said Deputy :for same. Address Automobile, Care Successor to Terry & Pomeroy
shipped two Cars of watermelons toI Sheriff Will Woodward when the man --
Sentinel Lpage526tfShanibarger's
Seattle, Washington, and has an order:started for Ocala. "He'll make his escape -
for bicycles and
for another car for the same place. i' and this time he'll get clean Sundries. tf Subscribe for the Sentinel. I Florida Metal Co.
away." When Andrews made his sen- .
A handscme new brick depot, simi-'sational escape he was under sentenceto I I
lar to the one recently erected in be-hanged with an appeal to the
Clearwater, will be built in Fort pardon board pending. No record of Phone
Meade by the Atlantic Coast Line rail- his appeal being granted had been -
road. heard of here until the order came to f
take the man to the camps, and it was -
A delegation from the Ocala lodgeof given out that his sentence had been -
t Eastern Star went to Fort McCoy a commuted to life imprisonment. His Crepe Goods anD KifflOnos .
few days ago and organized a nice,killing of Alexander was most cold I
chapter at that flourishing and progressive -'blooded, it is said. His wife has been Z
little town. in jail in this city since he has been in, [ [ R M' [ iR.
'jail here and has aided him in every i GOWNS, ETC. |J ELECTRIC vcuu CLE
The annual roof garden party of the way possible. She was suspected of 9 fi/l
Y, M. C. A., in Jacksonville was held slipping him the saws to work out of
last night A 'fine musical programwas jail with, but the case was never pub- 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 [
carried out, besides two fine reels lished.-Tampa Note in Times-Union.
of motion pictures were shown. I cents per yard at

'i WORTHY OF NOTICE Have your room or house
Capt W. B. Denham, who has been', I
:appointed general manager of the I The sale of wash goods scheduled McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT cleaned without dust or troubleof
''Ocala Northern railway, will make')by F. N. Boardman to be in operation
Ocala his headquarters and later will i.as soon as doors are opened on Wed- moving furniture
move his family to the Brick City. :nesday morning, bids fair, by all accounts STORE
i' to be an eye-opener to the
The banquet of the Alumnae Association :purchasing public of Orlando and the 124 South Orange Avenue
of'the St. Augustine High vicinity-consisting as it does of I The fierce Electric Co. send an Experienced j
School, which was held in the Ancient some of his best selling lines that OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
City a few nghts ago, is said to have ,have been running this season-a man.
teen a decided success and a mo=?tenjoyable glance at the window display gives
affair. ,one some slight.idea of tfce: exceptional -
i' values he is offering. Not a yard SEE THEM FOR TERMS
The faculty and student body of has been purchased specially for the
St Joseph's Academy, in St. Augustine sale-nothing but regular stock goods FRANK HYRESArtificial
are busy engaged preparing for that have been selling right along
the closing exercises of this well 1 from 15c to 35c and evrn 50c a yard.
known educational institution. These;On Wednesday they grout at 12&c
StoneBuilding L C01
exercises will take place this year'on i a yard. First comers jret first choice, the ''I,
the evening of June 16, 17 and 18. so shop early. This sale is but another -
; .item of the progressive policy of
The Tribune Jthis I up-to-date "Store of Satisfac- STREET
Tampa the 6th says: CHURCH
tion.I Blocks, Cement Brick, House
"The Sulphur Springs barbecue given
!foundations, ail of Concrete
by W. C. Gaither to the Retail Deal-1 styles. Illliilllllllllllllll"1"FACTORY
ers' Association, clerks in stores "and A Boon to All Those"Who Go Down to Columns,and Balusters,also all kindsof i .
I -
friends of the merchants yesterdayaf-: : the Sea In Ships Ornamental Concrete Work In White I AUTOMOBILE FOB a11RFI
iernoon drew the largest crowd to the' The McElroy Pharmacy have a remedy -;, or Colored Facings IMPERFECTIONSAt I ---
popular resort that has ever been rre-I that is guaranteed to cure Sea I I I -. I Those wishing to make trips for
corded. Visitors during the afternoonwere I Sickness. If you'contemplate a &ea about one third less than usual list business or pleasure, should see m*
shown to be 3,742_and, while trip, be sure and take with you a botI Phone 159-WorksLivingston Ave. on R.R. prices. Perfectly good casings, except for prices. Prompt service guaraa-
.the:majority of these returned tor the I tie of lleElwy's See-Sick remedy. If i for minor defects. I. W. Phillips teed. C.V.. Willsey, Orlando, Fla,
city'early in the evening, the number I it does not cure money refunded. tf I & Sons., 6 E. Church St. Phone, 360. 5-29 tt


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i i We would say for our mutual .benefit let us get acquainted. We want to know you

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your We extend liberal

business on credit to all and

the merits of make special

our terms to those whomerchandise

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prices of this kind of business.


Do you need. a Go-cart ? Do you need a Refrigerator?

Do you need a MOSQUITO NET ? Do you need a FREEZER ?


: Kincaid. &, SnowdenLow

Price Furniture Co. Cor. Main and Pine Streets, Orlando, Fla. % jj

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and undecorated, and nothing
l South Florida SentinelMORNING The business men of Orlando have Special meeting of the Board of disturbs him more than pomp and cir

AND WEEKLY decided to make an overland trip to Trade was held last night in the cumstance. He would never accept a 45 PER CENT SAYINGon

: -Katertd- at the poet -office----at--Orlando the Gulf spreading good roads gospel President's office to consider reportof position which required fancy dress
s Ikrida u Second Claw Mail Matter. and chanting the glories of Orlando the committee appointed to get upa and severe formality. He would never
and at the same time getting such trip through South Florida. kiss the hand of king. With a

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : pointers as may seem valuable to the I There was considerable dissatisfaction Queen, it might be different, but it your tires is what we offer on
R THE DAILY-SENTINEL making of the greater Orlando, and: manifseted that the word had would be because of her womanhood, ,
that they will gone out that Orlando was going to not her crown. This is just incidental -
One year ..... ...... ..........$5.00 the hope is indulged I
chuck full of St. Petersburg to take lessons. The to saying that President Wilson
Six Months .. .. ............ 2.50'hree come back to Orlando i
enthusiasm for the home city and a committee agreed to gracefully yieldto honored himself and the country whenhe J 5,000 MILES GUARANTEEDPUiE.MAN
Months .. ... ..... ... .. .. 1.25
greater reverence for home things. any satisfactory plan and out of gave Pleasant Stovall this honored
By newt carrier In Orlando SO eenta peiiM&th The day decided upon as the starting it came the resolution that the Or- preferment. And, for further accen- -- __ _n_
Daily and Sunday. I I time is Tuesday of next week.Between lando Good Roads Boosters were tuation of the compliment, Pleasant :
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found' now and then some food privileged to get up an auto crowd to Stovall is not related to the editor of I
M talc. in Orlando at Curiti A O'Neal' BookStore for reflection can be found right hereat undertake a 300-mile trip southward, the Tribune.-Tampa Tribune. II TIRES

review few of embracing all the towns along the
home. Let us a
We will appreciate prompt complaint if over 3,500 mile tire the market and
iclherr ia not properly made by oar carrier them. route, for the purpose of encourag- Money to loan on improved property any ,
Quite a number of people are ship- ing the Orlando route for the proposed S. Y. WAY.! the is good for authorizedto
Adevrtuing rates will be furnished on apflication. i guarantee we are
ping groceries into Orlando from mail National Highway to Tampa and .
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL order houses: also hardware and St. Petersburg. Ten cars and forty MIMMMIIMtltlimM'' make adjustments.

For year by mail pottage paid ........11.00 furniture is coming in to individualsin people are already pledged and it is
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando Florida. the same manner. Those receivingthe I proposed to start next Tuesday and bulf Refining Co1
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building goods claim they are saving from take four days for the trip. : *
Phone 24 The will be decorated with
ten to twenty-five per cent in thus cars Or-
lando flyers and Secretary C. E. Howard filII.Kerosene.
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor But are they? When they come to will be the photographer on the NO WAITING OR TROUBLEand

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor compare quality are they really sav- trip securing the "haps and mishaps"of

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11TH, 1913. ing anything? Granting however,i the party, the pictures to be used you know that means a good deal, for
that they do, how much would there in illustrating the route in such jour-
be of Orlando if all people did that nals as will print same. Gasoline tire adjusting, as you know, is not always

"Everyone who tolerates flies," says sort of business and what inducement It is proposed to bring up in St. and
satisfactory to Come
a by
the Medical Record, "is either ignor- would there be for any one buildingup Petersburg, where a cordial welcome LubricatingOils

:ant or filthy.-Baltimore Sun. a home in this locality if such awaits us. see them.
o conditions prevailed generally? The committee appointed is Dr. V. and Greases i

Some bosses can't retire without a Take the matter of printing. There P. Estes, H. H. Dickson and W. R. *
jolt, but during these latter day pol- O'Neal.
are three newspapers in the city who Axle Grease
itics the people understand the act I are very liberal in devoting their Other business done by the Boardof

of Jolting.A space to the upbuilding of the com- Trade was addresses by Messrs. I.....
o munity and the advancement of the Dickson, O'Neal, Estes, Johnson, Mar-
, noted tenor says quarreling injures business interests of this city and tin, Howard, Duckworth, Giles, Bur- P.G.WALTON Agent j I. W. r llllr & SONS
therefore he will not ,
the voice, county. Yet the county officers, man, Dowe, Dr. Stagg and Drs. Mc-
.marry. No woman seems inclined to bankers and some mercantile houses Ewen and Christ. I ,
.quarrel with him over his decision. send to Jacksonville and other placesto Dr. Christ scored the unsanitary PHONES { 24g (Temporary Location)

o condition of the city, seconded by Dr.
get printing done that runs into
The modern pessimist is said to be thousands of dollars each year. McEwen and if what they and others Orlando, Florida : 6 East Church Street, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
a fellow who lies awake nights shiv- Adevrtising fakirs from outside will said were put in print it would cause

ring for fear his salary may be come in and gather up thousands of the people to get up and dust. illllttttttlMIMIilM ...,..... .illMIMMIIIIIIIMMIMIIMUMlJUNE
Raised above the income tax limit. dollars of advertising that does Or- The sanitary committee was author- -

o lando no good. Traveling men will ized to confer with the City Councilfor
There is no better time than now come in and sell to public officers and a better condition.Dr. .
for city officials to see to it that mu- business houses inks and supplies at Christ advocated city parks and

nicipal improvements under way are exactly the same price or more than I the street and parks committee was WEDDINGWhile
not needlessly delayed. home dealers will sell exactly the I I requested to .take the matter of the

o same article. Is this the way to I Eola park and pavilion into consider-
Rosalie Jones has been sailing in an build up a city? I I ation and provide by subscription a
aeroplane, but there is no hope in Ohio. !I fund for said purpose. Afterward Mr. "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

England of getting the suffragets to Every man who reads this knows' Dow stated he had a plan preparing seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by ita numerous

follow her example.-Toledo Blade.It that it is a statement of exact facts which would be presented next Mon- weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

o and every man guilty of the charges day night and the plan through com- for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-
has been discovered by the United made in this article if he is interestedin mittee was held in abeyance.The ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

States bureau of mines that two- his home city will change his band matter came up through your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
thirds of the world's radium is being I methods. If he is only interested in I the Secretary who represented Dr. We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
made in Europe from ores shipped what he may be able to rake in for! Howell. On motion it was resolved stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

from America.The himself or his friends of course he I that the Municipal League as a body smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the .
o will given no heed.Introspection : be invited to join the Board of Trade country.
Eastman Kodak film companyare will do Orlando much I by paying the reduced fee of $5, one The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-

about to get their measure takenin good right now.CHEAP. i dollar of this to be remitted as dues tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
the U. S. Supreme Counrt. They already paid into the League and that inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-
have enjoyed a monopoly for a long all questions, band included, will receive ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
time. POTATOES the best consideration, since the to-date merchandise.
o united effort on the part of membersof

Grasshoppers in Kansas have be- Chicago, June 10.-The high cost of one organization will be more ef- REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf
that living received a jolt yesterday when fective than divided interests.
come so numerous they are causing -
old white Burbank potatoes were of- New members D. D.
wholesale destruction of At
.J crops. have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
i fered in Chicago at 16 cents a bushel Aude, Chas. McDowell and Finch you
in South
present they are operating pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
the lowest price in the Scruggs.
west part of the State. mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
local dealers. A year ago these
-- can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
potatoes were selling at $1 and $1.15a .\ REAL DEMOCRATIt
The Municipal League, which is bushel. Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.I1.vansthc.
made up of a bunch of hustling young '
The potatoes offered yesterday were is stated that Editor Pleasant
have to finance the ==
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shipped from Minnesota at a time, Stovall, of Savannah, was given his
band and Orlando will soon have a :
when the market price was between ; choice of several foreign embassiesand
first class band. Young men as a rule I I II
SO and 90 cents. The consignees put that he chose that of Switzerland
can be neither sidetracked or downed.o I
the price down to 40, 30, 20 and finallyto for the reason that Switzerland is a I JewelerOPPOSITE
IGVs cents, which barely paid the republic and it is not required of diplomatic I
Little Rock, Ark., spent $20,000 on freight charges, but still there were representatives in that country -
playgrounds last year. The money no takers. : to kowtow to royal personages and
was raised by public subscription, Consumers I POST OFFICE
are paying 8 and 20 observe the perplexing etiquette of a
through the efforts of a highly organized : i
cents a peck to retailers for old potatoes -; court.
playground association.The and sales to the public by ship- I i Anyone who knows Pleasant Stovallcan EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

o pers in the railroad yards were planned '' appreciate the likelihood of the i

city council has purchased an today. I' story. There is no more democratic : -- --- ---- ..

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department.tio1 evc-j to college the is department.There a It girl chafing will;o but be dish.when a great period the addi-time for i I AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN SILKSTO{ CK{ I NG S SFor ;

come: for the promotion to the higher -

position hard by a grand square r
cooking stove, most of the graduates .
prefer to toot the alarm-whistle on a i .
limousine.-Dallas News.
I Day
o i
The postmaster at Chicago has These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is I Ii

given this notice to all employes: i guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped I and
"All requests for leave of absence I ,
and ready to I
owing to funerals, weddings, lame : run. I Ii
backs, house cleaning, sore throat,

headache, indigestion, policeman's i 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition EveningWear ; .. sir
malaria, etc., to be handed in not I ,

later than 10 a. m. on the day of $550.00
the game. I II
oNo I
1 1912 Flanders Car
doubt the republicans of Pennsylvania Touring complete,

and New York will blame the $500.00.
democratic administration for the

cold June weather they are having.

in as much as the President has just I 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cadillac Our Personal Guarantee
laid several republican heads in the :

basket from the weather department. $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair
Down in Florida where the democrats ,

hold! sway forever and forever,
aimn. it is always hot. 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than

o i 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., 800. Marion Bo ives
Packing houses have been very busy

the of .
latch shipping crop pineappl's EW .
from the Buena Vista district.

\clpromises:; to be exceptionally
good. They are of fine quality and i San Juan Garage

the yield is Urge. A ahipnw of
grapefruit has jot left Buena Vista Floor

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A Pre-Inventory glance through our wash goods department -

This SeaUll' b GOOS for the purpose of stock reduction has produced in the n f I '

l aggregate about 2,500 yds. of this season's best selling i lines-: Ul Illlo Bason 'sMMMIMMIHIIMtf r ro 0 uctlOn

Regular Values 15 20c 25 35c lines that although-in some cases-are broken in color range, AND
r have still
a wide variety of beautiful designs and shades for. ftlllill Of IIlItlll"

On sale WEDNESDAY selection. First Choice Goods Only

Fabrics include Spot, Striped and Figured Lawns, Colored

at 13<'"k per Yard Batistes, Swiss Spots, Embroidered Lawns, Plain Striped and at 12Jc per yard

Checked Chambrays, Colored Sateens, Figured Madras, Etc.

See Window Display Etc. None e. Sold Before wednesday

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South. Orange Avenue

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Hon. Geo. W. Crawford from Con- Miss Marion has - -
WADE way was in Orlando yesterday. Mateo, Fla. I

THE TUNER I Orlando, Fla., June 9. !
Mr. A. L Taveau, of Altamonte Mr. John M. Caine has left Orlandoand
j Editor
ORLANDO FLA. The Daily Sentinel: HOT
J Springs was in Orlando yesterday. gone to Atlanta, Ga. In view both of the recent double f SPECIALS[ l

tragedy at Lake Lucerne and the
Henry Henkle and George Wain- Mr. E. White, of Chicago, is in Orlando -] splendid] work being done by the Civic
Capt. J. W. Wilmott made a busi-j!l man, of Pittsburg, are in the city for, today a guest of the San Juan.1 League, I want to suggest through PICKLESSWEET
few 'I
I'ja days. your columns that the PICKLES
ness trip to Pierson yesterday. League estab-
I Mr. Sam M. Bowen has taken his. lisp swimming classes for the boys SOUR PICKLES
Mr. and Mrs. A. Huffnal left for Mrs. T. P. Warlow and daughter, departure for Athens, Ga. I lau girls of Orlando for whose safety SWEET MIDGETT GHERKINS
returned from a visit to Tampa yesterday I SOUR SPICED
their northern home last night I must hold ourselves responsible. GHERKINS
Among the arrivals at the San Juan,I Either the city or private individuals SWEET FANCY MIXED
Mr .and Mrs. Harry Portman left t I last night was H. 0. Adams, of Tam- ought to be glad to help the SOUR FANCY MIXED
yesterday for their home in Fostoria,,j W. E. Rose of Lockhart was mark ]pa. I I League establish swimming classes by CONSERVED SWEETS
i. eting farm products in Orlando yes I I paying a competent instructor. C. AND B. GHERKINSO.K.

Mrs. H. F. Collins left last nightto terday. Mr. J. W. Daniel, of Augusta, Ga.,',. These lessons should in fact be cum- PICKLES
visit her mother in Atlanta, Ga. I i is among the late arrivals at the San | pulsory and not only begun but continued PICKLES IN BULK
:I William Jacobs, Mrs. D. E. Hart, Juan. I I I until the end desired is attained t CHOW CHOW
and Mrs. Graves from Chuluota
Mrs. A. E. Bennett, of Arcadia, i is were -B-a--J-M- i and every child in or near Orlando CUBAN RELISH
in Orlando visiting her brothers',' in the city yesterday. Mr. G. E. Whyte left yesterday for ', knows how to swim. CHILI SAUCE
Messrs. Sumter and Joe Davis. j I the North and will stop a short time |: The moral effect of such a step] WORCESTERSHIRE
i Henry W. Jones and family, who at Sanford. I I would be magnificent, its good incalculable TOMATO SAUCE
: have been winter I KETCHUP
residents of
Mrs. M. A. Davis, of Arcadia is i in Orlando i i since if Orlando but establishes -
leave today for their home in Maine Mr. A. HORSE RADISH
E. Chapin has New
to the
Orlando on a visit to her sons, Messrs gone precedent other towns all over
Sumter and Joe Davis. i I Smyrna, where he will spend several I I|I the country will follow suit.
I Mr. N. H. Fogg, of AltamonteSprings days before leaving for the North. j I Will not Orlando take up and immediately i THE SANITARY GROCERY
attended the annual
Mr. A. J. Nye returned last night Orange I I push this matter, and prove .
from a business trip to St. Peter 1 county fair meeting yesterday in Or- Mrs. 0. S. Robinson leaves today i herself the first town able to act con- CARUTHERS & GORE

burg. i!!lando. for an extended visit with friends,cerning I''| a great and long neglected I 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone
i iJIcMakin at various points in Old Virginia. ( need in the history of America? 200
| Mrs. W. P. Pillans and little
daughter -
A Lakeside
went to Jacksonville last I
Laura, ?re up from Lakeland, visi Ii i HMMmMMIMMHMMMMMMIIMMHMimillllMWINTER
night to spend a couple of days. i There will be service in St. Luke's -
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i iting Mrs. Pillans Parents, Mr. --
:Miss Jessie B. Woodward and Mr s' Cathedral at 9 o'clock this morning,1 COLD DAY ITHE NORTH
I as it is St. Barnabas' Day. | .
The weather man has shed tears in i! :Mr. Louis M. Cleaver, now a resi- A few days ago we met a gentleman -
such profuseness for several days'', Mr. A. B. Lowenstein, member of ai I|! Miss glary S. Thomas leaves this dent of Orlando, but formerly a resident on the street who is spending his Mr. J. Lorenzo Johnson of Pitman,
that we can begin to sniff the rainy large skirt manufacturing company' :, morning to spend several weeks i of Pennsylvania, in speaking of first summer in Florida. He said he N. J., has passed to the great beyond
of Baltimore, was in Orlando 'ester- 1the cold weather and the funeral
season. I Jackson, Miss. |'L now prevailing in was very warm. took place at his
day stimulating his trade in this city.,j 'i the north, which the newspapers of We glanced at his clothing and did late residence on Tuesday, June 3rd,
the. north say is the coldest June not wonder that he was affected by
Mr. J. 0. Ordway, of Lake City, The splendid rains of the last few';i Miss Eloise Robinson, who, after weather in history, makes some veryt I the temperature. He wore a pair of 1913.Mr.. Johnson owned a beautiful
specialty salesman for the Listmani days will be worth thousands of dollars(; seeing her sister, Edith on the boa f interesting observations. cassimere pants a lined serge coat winter home here and has spent many :
i Mill Company, of La Crosse, Wis., to Orange county crops and the cooler i!j i for the northern trip, spent a day of He says that in June 1859, when he!'I and a starched stiff white duck vest winters here with his family consisting -
manufacturers of Marvel flour, was in weather a great boon to all humanit).. I sight-seeing in Jacksonville and re- was a boy living in the old Keystone buttoned up to within two inches of of his wife and one son, Master
Orlando yesterday. i i i turned home last night State the weather was so cold that his collar. He had on a high stand- Donald. They were very popular and .
Mr. B. E. Leonard, district m the wheat, which was just then in ing collar and heavy silk fourinhandtie. I I all were their friends. He had been
There are some young men in Orlando aper of the Southern weighing and n"i(:! Mrs. Jennie Hobson Milligan, Organizer bloom was all frozen and flour that These with a black felt hat made in poor health for nearly two years '
who are so fresh that unless inspection bureau, Jacksonville, was 1 and Lecturer of the Anti-Ci-i was selling at $5 per barrel just up his hot weather garb. He was a brother of Mrs. C. G. Just- I
they are sopn put in cold storage their among the visitors to Orlando yes- ;( garette League of America, is registered before the cold weather immediately A white duck vest buttoned close tice, a former winter resident of Alta :
reputations will greatly deteriorateand terday. 'I at the San Juan Hotel. She jumped to $16 per barrel and all around the body is one of the warm- monte. .
that of the family be spoiled. I leaves Thursday for Havana, Cuba. cereals and vegetables went to prices i I est articles of clothing a man can', l|' Mr. Johnson leaves a wife and son
The ewer almost prohibitive. In fact all green wear in the winter. sand'! a host of friends to mourn his
are certa to-I I (
W F Blackman, president of 1 1ly pushing the work along with great Mr. Frank Winston and family left vegetables of a tender character were' Had the gentleman referred to donned ,'! loss, and Altamonte Springs, one of
lins College, accompanied byIrs.. speed and doing good work. Jackson I i yesterday for their old home in killed. I IIr. a Palm Beach suit without an y'':; its most loyal and enterprising winter

Blackman, passed through Tampa yesterday ( street which has been torn open for!jSchnectady, N. Y. Mr. Winston is I vest, and got into a low collar witha ,: residents.
en route to their home at Winter several days, is all closed up again I( the piano tuner in at the Drennen- ) J. A. Morris, who has been in i lawn tie, he would have been per I'
Park, after having paid a visit except at the intersections of streets. j j j Latner Music' Store and owns a good ill health for some time, was taken to;i fectly comfortable. A PICNIC AT GLEXDEXJO, JUNE '
to Anna Maria Beach. In addition to A great force of men and teams are; house near the city limits. Atlanta, Ga., yesterday where he will 1 i There is an "eternal fitness of I FOURTEENTH
being president of Rollins College ]Dr. on the job. I enter a hospital for treatment. Hej I things" in dress as in every thing else I -
Blackman is president of The Florida FOR RENT-Six room flat with was accompanied by his physician, i| and Florida is not the place to wear'' The ,
Daughters of the
A.:dubon Society.Tampa Tribune Read the Sentinel ads for profit. modern conveniences. Apply 3 ,g''i Dr. Sylvan McElroy, the nurse Miss | winter clothing in June. revolution will picnic at American
North Orange avenue. 6-10 6t; ,, Allison, and a brother from Nashville.'' Glendenjo the t.
I delightful home of Mrs. J. M.
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of June. Dr. Bennett &
a supper on Lake Concord in the '
Phone 227. '
THE ''I L-Pageo-26-lm'i;i it I late afternoon. ..
Subscribe for the Sentinel. 'I This meeting is held in celebration
GRAND THEATER of Flag Day, dear to all Daughters.
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Pictures Changed Dail}', Featuring Norma Talmadge, 'Yallie Van, )Ir. Dow-
$1.50 Hats now ----------_____________$ .75
ling, the tall man, and Hughie Mack, the fat cop 2.00 Hats now --------_____________.. 1.00

2.50 Hats'now -----. .--______________ 1.25
FIRST SHOW, I 7:15 Pl\ 3.00 Hats now ----------_________-___ 1.50
i 4.00 Hats now --------_______________ 2.00
SECOND SHOW, 8:15 PM '"THE CALIFORNIA CROOKS" (Drama) . .Kalem If you haven't bought buy now while the buying is good.


PRICES ALWAYS 5e. and 10e.EXTRA . . . . . . . . . (Drama) THE MEN'S OUTFITTERS ,

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i }' tExa1L Business Boosters (classified advertisements Ect1yk
cEw ,- ) received after 10 o'clock,
This curious power of music to re t' t midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto

concile extremes by means of its uni 1K I Classify" column.
versal comprehensibility seems to me The Great Banker, Blunt and I Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately -
i 30 words-ont time, 25
to constitute a strong claim on the at I I Gruff, Could Enjoy a Joke. cents; three times 50 ; one week I
tention of those interested in inter (six daily and one weekly editions) '
f t2
national friendship and the cessation t4 $1.00; one month, 300.

of wars which it alone can bring.
it be true that music is, in sober fact, I 271. 5-28-tf I :: $ : :

the only international language, the Was Strikingly Illustrated by the .4

only emotional and spiritual coinage ..JOur Way He Handled Two Defaulting Money to loan on improved prop- !

that is honored all over the world, 'Sweets" are standards of purity Employees and the Rebuke He Administered erty. S. Y. WAY.'

then it must surely be an invaluable to a Wall Street Shark.
deliciousness which
and by
jou FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger ] A Vacation Hint
influence toward peace. For after all,
can judge others. Most pl'Opl110 knew J. l-, Morgan touring car. Large and roomy. )

the acts of governments are ultimately Every chocolate, every bonbon, knew him as a man blunt to the pointof 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. I : Before you buy a railroad ticket

dependent on the temper of the every confection whatever sort that gruffness, yet he had a keen sense in Thornton Park nice for this or that summer resort, P ,
BUY a let a
behind them. If the mass ofttie
people is sold here represents the highest of humor. This is retailed by the way suburb in east part of the city. Carl t 1 come in and look at our MidSummer ,,

people in a country are selfish,, standard of genuine purity and excel he appreciated N, well the juke of a Jensen. !! Woolen line and let us make .

provincial and narrow, inclined to look lence.A young Irishman who served in his of fc.Ml g f a cool Summer Outing Suit for
their bor- Do want to pick an auto ,
all the world beyond you up '
upon single trial of jour favorite confection fice as a sort of exalted porter that he you. Cvj
"outlandish" and bargain? If so, read the advertisement : .
ders as "queer, as raised his salary.
bought here will convince lOU t (1 We make a specialty of Nor-
made up of those infra-human beings that this is TilE establishment to The joke was oil one of the hankersvisitors. of the San Juan Garage. \ folks and will be pleased to ;
hat who, thinking to have some
called "foreigners, then countryis
show few of
a latest
you our
Andit always patronize. fun with the young man remarked to OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis.
safe war. '
never really him his was a most difficult task, keep- ion to the Northeast of the city and II | ( ( models. \-t.;
is only when the mass of peopleare BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen still have some choice lots there i i *
lag those whom Mr. Morgan did notwib
educated beyond such crude soph- M Carl Jensen. : Men's Fashion ;
-- -- -- --- : to see away from him without Shop
omoric views and learn to substitutefor
giving offense.
FOR RENT-Five room cottage ;
the conception of "foreigner" that "That's so" said the Irishman, "butI all modern conveniences. Garagefor Hand Building i.r ,

of "interesting different fellow being More'n He Knows What to do With don't mind. I earn $30; a week" auto, or horse and buggy. Apply I Cor. Church and Orange Orlando j

that there is any real basis, in mutual Duly impressed, the visitor remarkedto 515 East street. 5-15 tf .
regard, for a lasting peace: Why should the Colonel be accus Mr. Morgan that he paid pretty Jllllllili/ / l 11I1I11I1&f 11II/1JjjljI; / '1, I'r t.
InfluencesIn ed of taking spirits when he has good salaries, mentioning the figure GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections -
The Plastic Arts of Peace
usually had an abundance of his own? given him by the doorman. Mr. Morgan at about one-third less than usual .
under -- --
developing such a mutual
-Philadelphia Press. rang for him. list prices. Full line in stock. I. .. MMHIIIHMHIIIIMMIMIMMMMMIMHIHMIIMORLANDO .
standing and regard between nations, "
"What do you mean, he demanded, W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church
the arts have important but varying "by telling this gentleman that I pay
How Was He Going street.
functions to perform. The plastic you $:;0 a week?"
defeated candidate for the Ar
than A "I never told him anything of the
arts, by nature more objective .
FOR SALE-New house and lot in
Legislature claims that the '
kansas sort, sir; the man replied. "I told
the arts of literature and music
may Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay-I
voters blackballed him because they him I earned $50 a week keeping
be of great service in familiarizingus ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, BUSINESS COLLEGE
saw him go into a bank.-Dallas cranks out and I think I do. Sentinel Office.
with the external aspects of distant
News "Well," said Morgan, lighting up,
countries, and thus making us feel "we won't discuss that now, but Just FOR SALE-My Place, 7 acres 2

at home there. In the wholly strangewe Blind. tell the bookkeeper you are to have $3; horses one two-horse wagon, one
But He's Color
notice only trifling details, as one more a week. And have no more talk buggy also 80 acres 2& miles from
unacquainted with Britany and Nor- As we understand Colonel Roosevelt with my Inquisitive friend here on the Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E. MODERN COURSES IN

mandy, for example, might, on first he looks not on the wine whenit private affairs of the office." J. Carter, R. F. D. No. 1, Orlando,

seeing a picture by Millet, pay more is red, and only occasionally on Every banking house has little pecu Florida. tf Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation
the wine when it is white.-Detroit lations at one time or another. No
attention to the wooden shoes and the GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Bookkeeping Banking Shorthand
Press. public record exists to show that the ,
smocks of the peasants than to the Morgan house suffered in this respect, Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy Typewriting Penmanship Commercial Law
physical and mental characteristicswhich but that is because the banker bandied hauling, etc. Having been engaged ,

he delineates so wonderfully. Wasting Good Energy. these cases in his own way. Two such all my life in caring for groves, I am Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all
If Doc Friedmann would only show prepared to please you. Satisfactionin
By familiarizing us with French peasant cases are recalled by a veteran In the
line of work. L M. HALL, Branches of Civil Service
ofa every
in the discovery
half the ingenuity street In the married
life such a painter as Millet does one culprit a 508 Division street, Orlando, Fla
much to supersede such childish pre- cure that he has in circumventing man, admitted that he was some $3,500 5.141 mo.

occupations in us by more helpful the law he would inject more popular short when the head of the house DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced

divinations as to the human nature confidence in his claims,-Washington called him into his office. It had gone FOR SALE
in speculation, be said. He admitted Good Horse and harness-
living Its serious life beneath these Post. that his salary was ample for his buggy Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
J. B. Walker Orlando
Call on or address, -
clothes. needs. Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
Fla. 5-27 tf
Bread and Tobacco.It ,
Mr. Morgan advised him to go home
Music Goes the DeeperIt
is said we spend more for tobacco and tell his wife about it and 'I't' him I ates.
would of course be absurd to than for bread. This seems to in the morning. In the morning he FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho-
dist Church. Whole or part. Withor Patronize Home Institutions.For .
claim that music can give us anythinglike be a little hard to believe. We know handed him the amount be was short without dwelling Address or wire.

the detailed information that lit- of several men who depend on their after the clerk had said he bud to'd his E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf

erature can, or that its message is at friends for the former.-New Orleans wife everything.
all comparable to that of literaturein "Put that where you took the money FOR SALE OR RENTFiveroomhouse Prices and Terms call on or address:
Picayune.LET from," he ordered. "It is a loan from ; large lot full of fruit trees.
correctness and definiteness. In
me. I expect you to pay it back None Apply 308, Robinson avenue
any such comparison music must suf- IT FOLLOW YOU ON YOUR of the others know anything about it

fer. So far as international peace VACATION Let's see if you can't be a man." GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up Oi1allO BlIgillegg i Ei Co11oe II
ij ll
depends upon the communication of Liter the clerk returned the moneyto eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and [

facts and concrete thoughts from nation When leaving Orlando on your vacation him, with a stammering expression Brailed Five burner cooking plate.
order the Daily Sentinel to follow Call 207 America St 5-27-lm -
of th.mks."nllmph
to nation literature is doubtlessits -
you. Mailed to any address, !" said the banker. "It was : THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597
chief servant. But the present EVERY BODY'S DOING IT
for ten cents a week. Address a bit harder saving than logins it.
point is that it depends not only on Automobiling, we are open for dates : ORLANDO
changed as often as desired. wasn't it? Well. now. tike: it home and HAND BUILDINGitMiiiimmiimtH FLA.entinel .
these, but also, and perhaps even more I give: it to jour wife, I ws !she savedmore picnic parties, or a crowd for an ,

intimately, on profound tempermental of it t'''in you did" evening drive. Call 360 or ask for :
affinities and sympathies that can best GROVE The other clerk muuu ri+til. I UHIIHCinvolved C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf

be nurtured by such an art as music, $1,600 cash needed-2 1-3 acres" 150 throng a" H-iatin:: with too

wjth its wonderful power of illuminating irees-orange, grapefruit and lemons lively a ;group. Like the other, he was FOR RENT

ji bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken advanced tie! amount of his shortage Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient -
the Depths of our emotional life. 1
; from it last winter.. 5 miles Southeastif and. like the other, repaid it. Not long; for business people, also lighthouse
't show us the other man'sintellectuai OSI ra Advertisers
It taf'tl afterward Mr. Morgan called him into
5 house
room ,
Orlando Conway. keeping. Delightful location
i ideas; but if, by way of his office and gave him three month
compensation ipr this shortcoming of 3 churches, school and store right at not he with or without board. Terms very

door. No commission-deal direct reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel -
vagueness, it has an incomparablepower 15ut.. Mr. Morgan, he protested,
to reveal what is even deeper, with owner. Will trade for city prop- "I'm all right.: I haven't taken a dollar office. 5-22 tf

erty. Address, R. J. PIATT, of your rfioney since you gave me an
his loves and hates, his hopes and
I R. F. D., No. 1, Orlando, Fla. other chance.: GOING AWAY? HHttMMHFamil
fears, in a word the tempermental soil I
I 5-22t1 "I know it." said Morgan, "but itwon't If so, don't forget to have the Daily
,out of which all his ideas nut grow, You'retraveling
IK long before you will. Sentinel follow you-mailed every day
is not thai an even wore vital revel- with your old clique acaln." home. No extra

ation? Music thus seems to bring us Put new life into your business by I There is one banker, not of the second I to charge.your summer T a e Ue and Go O Caffiping

into contact at a deeper level than using Sentinel ads. class It importance, who probablynever -
I will forget his experience on the
that of the spoken word. New things to wear-for all sorts
Shanibarger's for bicycles and "Black Monday" panic. The head of Spend the summer on one of the numerous lakes on
of folks are described, discussed and
I li one of the largest commission housesin
Sentinel want ads advertise. Sundries. the "street" went to Morgan for aid. priced in Sentinel ads. the Beach. Now is your time to buy,

I "We are hsolutely solvent," he said, --
-- but Mr. Blank has called a loan on u for $1.000.010.( We cant make it and SAVE TIME 6 MONEYS I ITRt
must close. We'll pay 100 cents and HAlFTOHfHIteiATfJJTOVAtlUD I CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDO have enough left for all of us, but wedon't I lCt( IPfqr2
of \ NGRAV1ftG{I
: want to sacrifice that business CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . $1.50
years. f
CUU MOl6-iuwrtniw.
"What seirity have you got?" asked! I 'PR9HPT MAIL ORDER JCMCE- CAMP TENTS . to . . $3.50 and up
the banker. _ _ .1 i
A Regular DownpourOF The broker told him."All I .a
Camp cots and everything to go camping.
risht. I'll give you the money I

Send the stuff here. .lack, telephone I Paul A. Horn I

plank I want to see him." I I I

"I sent for you" roared the man

who had been up days and nights try, CONTRACTOR and BUILDER THE

BARGAINSBy ing to bring; financial peace out of i I

chaos, "to tl'lIou what I think about REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. I HELMS HARDWARE

I you. but haven't the time now. I II

: You've been pounding this market o. Box 624 Orlando, Fla. ;

ever since his trouble began, tryingto I COMPANY

J1r securing your personal I make money when everybody else . IIMMIillHHHiHAutos

has been trying to help those in trou \ HMMM MUM Mil IMMIMIMHUJUST
needs now, you can make more ble. You go back to your office and

top calling loans. If you call another
clear money than by any day's one I'll break you and drive you out For Rent at i

work you have ever done Everything of And business that !settled" it. Any Hour I RECEIVED

in our store is being sold David Dows, in his day one of the .
great men in the financial districtonce \ I II I

at a sacrifice.Be said to the banker:

"Morgan, you see a lot of young Seven Passenger LINE OF
sure and visit our store. It men and seem to be able to pick up

better one than any man I know. I : STEVENS DURYEA

will eventually pay you. Remem want a m whom I can trust to look BULI OARIANCollars

out for m affairs when I am away
ber lookers are welcomed as politely I'll Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .
If you can -et me such a man pay ;

as buyers. your him"Dows debtor.$13OLiO>>," 1 "said a year Morgan and, "when forever you be \ I r and 0 Trimmings T r i

find that man send him to me. and I'll
I 34 !
I pay him $30.000 a year and pay you a
bonus for discovering him." New I

Brown & Larti ue York World.
MHiiiiiiiiiiiiimIf USSES HAULM & DIM

Any man or woman In any age and

;' Men's and Boys' Outfitters under can live any tie circumstances heroic life and who exerciseheroic will l house you, a classified want to sell ad will or rent bring your re F Agents for Barclay Corsetsiu

lnfluence.- harles Kingsley.i ..
-i _. sults.
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BOOTH'S GRIM' HUMOR r :-io--iiii I- iftlMMM'. HIM MMIIIMMlim

The cal.VLeu At Story times on of kMtiug Couth'shumor HIS a Bullet Watch a church the Chain.Actor was iu Uu satin Wore tlJD ''I ORLANDO O BANK K & TRUST I COMPANY fI' l LUCERNE[ [ I THEATER[ \ [

after the funeral of the viuiwut essay1st .
and critic. Edwin IVnjVhii K
obsequies which he itt"'iidwl in \01U- j Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total :. MOTION PICTURES

pany with Livremr Harntt and at Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million. .
and i
that friend's bUKe-tiuu duringhich .
be bad been annoyed as well as .
amused by the convulsive facial con I' : Statement of the Orlando Bank and

rtioiis of the officiating cler 'man. .. I Treat Co, at Close of Business I Wednesday's Program
be remarked to Garrett: I c I .
"I knew Mr. Whipple. but 1 never I :E. 4 April Itth, U-The SeT.I __ ____
expected I should be so sorry to attend ''
tall A&iiversary ofIU t
i t"
When a stagestruck lunatic named I .r, Eiisteae* INAUGURATION
Mark Gray attempted to murder him I
In Chicago at a performance of "Rich- ..: ,, This is the only complete picture of the Inauguration
ard III," (April 23. 1S7D. at Ic'lck'er'e : .. ever shown in Orlando, showing every detail in splendor.
theater, firing at him twice witha cI l RESOURCES First, last and only chance to witness this great picture.
pistol from a place in the second balcony I
Booth calmly advanced to the Loam and DUeonnti.....1368,197 Every body and their friends will be at the "Lucerne

front of the stage and pointing at the Overdraft............. Mitt I Today" to see this wonderful picture. Avail yourself of
madman directed that he be seized I I "A W ':'Real Estate, Pornitert the opportunity we offer. You'll never regret your visit.

and then after a brief absence from 4 :, 3+ak awl ., I and Fixtures .......... .,u1"
the scene to reassure his wife com I Stocks and Bonds ........ M.018J3
posedly finished his performance. Lat- I ;, 1 !: ? Cash on hand and In Bank 8M67J1 "OLD MAMMY'S CHARGE" . . . Majestic
er he caused one of the bullets to be x
extracted from a piece of scenery I A picture story of absorbing heart interesj
where It had lodged and had it mounted c Total ................|78 ,260.M :.
as a charm for his watch chain Inscribed -
"To Edwin Booth from Mark 1 LIABIUTTIS :. "MYSTERY OF THE LOST CAT" . . . .Solax

Gray." That sinister relic he custom- h 'I I Capital Stock ...........9100,000.00Surplus A screamingly funny Farce-Comedy
in ColUer'sWeekly.
arily wore.-William. I and Undivided :

_, t(' fl t Froflta ................ I4444JI j:
AGES. Deposit ................ M6.UUI MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
h NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
Tlmn |In Our Lives When Grim Death t.Y r I Total .......................
Eyes Us Enviously 4 r
There are certain ages wherein death ..S : j 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents EachGET i
Is very imminent, and of all these ages -' I Deposit April 4, lHl..fMM7IJI I
the most perilous is the age of an houror ONE WHILE THEY LAST
two. Yes, it is just after birth that Deposit April II, 1111... MeMlUSim :
we are in most danger of death, and / States GmuMstf. State and Gouty Dijirtiry Ixnase II tap ......I.TUMJI MHIIIIIIIliiMtllllilllMIIMIIIMillMIHtlliilltllilitlilltl

the next most perilous age to this is I L: .I.. ____ ___ U __h_____ __ _
sevenly-one years. -- oi0 _ii ;
The age of three is the next most
dangerous age. Almost one-fourth of !!
all the babies born die during the third HtMltttlllttliiHitMMIIIIIMilllllltttlHIiMMiillllliMillllMI illllMIt

year. j4 THE MARKETOf
From three on to the age of forty
five life is comparatively safe but for.
ty-flve, especially for women. is a tryIng W. M. SLEMONSBecause
time and many are carried off. II Cleanliness Of Quality :
After passing forty-five In safety :
men and women may reasonably hope :
to reach seventy-one. Here again they FRESH AND SALT MEATS
are in great danger-the greatest save : summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We
for the first few hours after birth. I
Longevity is a hereditary quality. It I carry a large stock of desirable goods. FISH AND GAME
passes from father to son and from :
mother to daughter. He who had an I WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GINGHAMS Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

octogenarian father may hope to be- : RATINE SILKS SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.We .
come an octogenarian himself and she I Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh

who had an octogenarian mother may I sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
hope to become an octogenarian herself I pure.
and $3.00.
But a father's longevity does not
We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
pass down to a daughter, nor does a Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND '
mother's York Tribune.pass down to a son.-New WHITE everything in the Meat line. .

RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.We .

The Illegible Illegible letter Writer.upsets the saintliest carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKET

temper. We all know people who Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
fill reams with their ideas or their

facts and take it for granted that our Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON H. M. Self & Co.
leisure permits'us to unravel the rid
dle of the writing. Perhaps they are HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It .
proud of a hand microscopically minute 18-20 PINE STREET
Perhaps they cultivate a de- is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price.
fiant eccentricity that spurns the formal
precept of the copybook and fash- Phone No. 80
Ions its own weird and novel systemof
shorthand. There are society wom-
en who appear to think It a point of W. M. SLEMONS .Miiiiiiiiiiiniini -HIM
breeding to make chaotic messes of
cubist and futurist dashes that seem r
to bear about the same relation to conventional I llllllltttiltlMtltllMMItlillliHtMtflfmifliliilllillllMMIIM iiliillll
chirography that a baby's i LIGHT iE
"googoo" does to speech. Why should ::
the spirit of mortal ever be proud of ., HIIIIMIIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMItMHMIttttltlHIIIIHIiMMIHIHIIIillM MtM
such tortured and twisted penmanship?

Philadelphia With r Muscle Ledger.and Brtlit. IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN

The boy who can master the science Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose .
and art of the higher craftsman will
hold just as responsible place In the their way by choosing the wrong road to suc

world. the Ira t1t1oner. at,the bar, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new
fte occupant ef the pulpit er the phyaieiaa TIll UNI OF UP TO DATI> MY GOODS, CLOTHING

Indeed the wholly competent HATS AND SHOES. .., ALSO. LADOS 11ADY. TO WIARDR1SSES customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
artisan the worker with muscle and -.1- '
like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the
brain who knows how, la the backbone OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COM1 T01. SALOHON. -
of the nation. If it were not foe him trade within its reach: That is'the reason
there odd ** long be need for'the SATISFACTION GUA14NTB1D 01 $MONIY they command the attention of buyers,
specialised professions. He Is the -
weaver of the larger social fabric the :
mason who sets the foundation stones i For Every Store OwnerNo
et the country's Industrial structures :
and many a man who Is BOW a doctor :
lawyer or preacher would not oeJy be I matter how small his business, the Elec
happier and better off bot enjoy mere I
and effective
tric Sign is the cheapest most
real dl! nlti,'It he. too were SM of the : "
"sincere artisans" of tie dy-Phtla-t advertising.
-- -- -
4ephla Bulletin.A 1 : : Phone (for our Sign Designer to call and submit

Quaint Deeorlp.$snw f MllltiMMMMiilMIMMMIMMMMMMMMIMMM a sketch.

too fet some swift conversations WELCOME TO No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.
without Intentional listening says the
tendon Chronicle. Two alert fOUl
women sat tide by side la one of those ROYAL PAlM
eoay armchairs for two thoughtfully THE MOST OF THE BEST

pany.provided"What Mutual do by you the Interests think Tube of that were Railway new discussed girl com In BARBER SHOP For the Least W T[ & lI T CO. '

four office' asked the one. "Oft" replied Modem and Ceeipkte.
the other "she's not bad but- COOK WITH GAS
Everything individual
well she's the sort of girl whose sister
Barries a policeman and then doesn't electric attachments at every Tender Juicy Meats See*
live with him." chair. No atone has been left

unturned to make this shop .

The Important Thing. meet th erequirements of the I, You can always depend on getting the best! at oar I Subscribe For The Sentinel. 3
An American mother was trying teiMtlll moat particular. Plenty of I I'
In her seven-year-old daughter a room. Courteous attendants. market, and yon will find there is a wonderful difference .
spirit of patriotism while they were II in meats. -
"Doris. she said "this is ftnorge Proprietor.
Washington's birthday!r Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. : ; REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER i
MIa It? Doris queried Indifferently W& PIGUEI
-"What'd he getr-Everybodys.
I. Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
Get I
She Angry. If you miss your Sentinel, call I BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA. 1.2 day 1.50
"If your wife were to die would yoU I '
phone 24 between seven and nine I Io'clock
remain"Not if a widower your husband?" she asked.were to pass and a copy will be brought : PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

away," he replied without making her you by special messenger. I 1-2 day 2.50

If you have a house for rent, advertise
aid in mistakes J. B. & SontniMMiMMimminmmnmmtnMM
greatest overcoming Magruder
in the Sentinel's classified column -
is acknowledging them. and get a tenant. the Daily Sentinel ie




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Louis C. Massey, President I During the last year or two the city :
health authorities have almost ban- :

t T. Pkton Warlow. VluJWHoward 8. Witen &... CuUvS&muel ished the mosquito from Jacksonvillebut I
+ C. Babcock Aii't CuUcr A.Newell.Awt Cukkr he has come back. Reports from :
various parts of the city show that :

the mosquito nuisance is worse here :
THESTATE than it has been in a long time. I
Of course we all know that the : What is theCHRISTMAS

mosquito is the disseminator of fevers :
and if present conditions continue I) :

BANK there will be a very great amount of : : .
sickness in Jacksonville this summer. SAYINGi
But the worst result of this plague is :

not a case of sickness here and there, i, : V
though this is what attracts attention. i
of OrlandoTHE The worst of the matter is that if the ; CLUB ?

health department does not do something I
to ameliorate conditions that :
now exist every man, woman and I
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND child in Jacksonville be subjected Merely a number of people who arrange to systematically
to continued suffering. I
No man can toss and fight mos- save certain odd pennies each week \\ilh the positive assurance

quitoes all night and be in good condition that they will receive a check (two weeks before
The Bank which transacts more business than for work the next day. No man
can do this night after night and re-I Christmas for every penny they have saved.
Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa
any tain his vigor. If this mosquito nuisance -

f : is permitted to continue the en-

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up : die.tire population of Jacksonville will ,

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound : The city health department should You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- begin a crusade against the mosquito

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis :I at once. There is too much of the The 2 cents the first
progress of this city that runs to ( 11 rjrj

reuected in the large amount of deposits. I: show and too little to health and comfort week "club" nets you H* 11 .W ri

Average deposits First Quart er of 1913, $900,000 Health and comfort are the
I prime necessities of the peoplenotof

a few people but of all the peo- ti

may be that the mosquito plague
cannot be entirely stamped out .
though: this has been done in other

correspondent banks are located in every part of places to their great improvement in
health. Unquestionably the situationcan Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and
us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the be relieved and somebody will be

United States, to blame and very much to blame if or better still join some club now.

material relief is not afforded. The

lllilllllMMMIiMM comfort and health of the people demand -

---------- immediate and energetic work
CARNIVAL DECIDED SUCCESS Pete Brittain, their lively chatter for the destruction of the mosquito.-
, causing much laughter.The Times-Union. The Peoples National Bank !

"Songs of the Flowers "
9 which was
Despite the rain of yesterday,
sweetly given by Misses Platt, Smith, PRINCETON COMMENCEMENT
necessitated postponing until evening "It is a pleasure to serve you."
O'Neal, Scruggs and Van Duzor -
the un-
much of the afternoon's program,
der the directorship of Miss Kilmer Special to the Sentinel
hard work of the ladies in charge of
with Mrs. Grey Rush as Princeton, N. J. June 10.-Three .
Carnival met merited reward. A accompany-
ist. hundred members of the senior classat
crowd of happy children enjoyed Princeton University received their _
Those presiding at the other tents
both afternoon
throughout even- were: diplomas this morning from the hands -
ing the swings and merry-go-rounds, ,IIMIMtlMMMMtltlMMMttlMtMMIIMHillMttMfMtlMHilllMtllliiitiMN.
of President John Grier
Hibben. The
Bean Bags Mrs.
also patronizing liberally the ice' Phillips, Miss +
impressive ceremonies in connection
Harris, Mrs. McCall.
cream and candy tables. Ring the Pole-Mrs. Simmons, Miss with the granting of degrees and the

I lhve evening! hours brought many, Branham! Mrs. Rush, Mrs Ham- awarding of diplomas forms a contrast P. YOWELL'SCLEANUP
people to enjoy the gay scene; Japanese .I mond. with the celebration in full .
eledric lights and bright I swing the this afternoon.
lanterns Swings Mrs. L. G. Starbiick, Mrs.E. on campus
flower garlands all combining in hap-. L. Bliss, Miss Claire Robinson. Many old graduates have returned forth
py effect, while the children made mer- clftH: reunions, which are an annual -
Merry-Go-Round: Tom Matthews -
ry on every side. Misses Fannie and Mary Wil- event at graduation time. Costume ,
furnished by the Orlando and "stunts" of Various
Music was liams, Messrs. Chas. and Harry Wil parades SALE !
Cornet Band, which though only liams. kinds, all tending to bring back memories -
recently organized, and having had of undergraduate days and typifying -

little drilling as yet, played very well ASK FOR TRANSPORTATION TO the eternal youth of the college
indeed, keeping excellent time, and FIELD man are the order of the afternoon.The .
adding greatly to the evening's pleas- annual sophomore reception

ures. Harrisburg, Pa., June 10.-More !. and dance was held last night in the In cleaning up our stock we find that there has been an accumulation -
' One of the prettiest features of the than 22,000 applications have been gymnasium. A concert by the com-

Carnival was the Trades Parade, in filed with the Gettysburg semi-cen- bined musical clubs of the university! of Odds and Ends, which were overlooked during our hustle
which twenty-five enthusiastic mem- tennial preceded the dancing at the gymnas- J
celebration commission from
bers of the Junior Civic League Pennsylvanians for transportation to ium, which began about ten o'clock. 'of the Hidden Hand Sale, so have decided to close them out regard-

marched. The four "Marshalls" were II the historic town to in the Over 1500 persons tripped the light
Masters Francis Hoskins, Richard I four days' celebration beginning July fantastic to music furnished by a
Woodruff, Donothan Boylen and Wes- band and an orchestra, the two
1. About thirteen hundred Pennsyl-
ton Deim, who made gallant escorts ranians who served in Pennsylvania sources of music being supplied so as These are all Good Fresh Goods

for the line of girls, each of whom regiments and are now living in other to cause no waits between dances. The

was dressed to represent an Orlando States, have applied, as have 1,800 program of 30 numbers kept the danc- I
business house. Under the directionof ers until an early hour this morning.The .
men who served in Union regiments, Table No. One : Table No. Two
Mrs. T. E. F. Hoskins, the marchers -' from other States and are now livingin gymnasium had been beautifully

did a number of fancy figures I Pennsylvania. Two hundred Con- decorated for the occasion and around Plain : Lawns
India Linon Flowered and Dimities Organdies
their gay and unusual costumes attracting federate veterans living in this State the sides were constructed the boxes ,

much attention. '! have asked for transportation and for the visitors and freshmen, who are Lawns, Plain and Striped GingNainsooks! Flaxons and Cor-
The stores and their representatives -' not allowed to participate in the gala,
quarters, and there have also been
were: Hammond & Bunch, Callie filed papers by 400 former regular event. t -: 'haffis; 12% to 20c values. duroys.

Gissendamer; McEwan's Hospital, Lucite army soldiers and 300 men from the The class of 1913 has the distinctionof ; t;

Gissendamer; M. B. Ives, Helen' navy who are entitled to be guests of graduating a member this year, Clean-Up Sale Clean-Up Sale \
Hoskins; Robinson's Candy Store, Lil-' the State. who has; obtained the highest marks .11" -g
lian Jones;.Hamilton & Dunn, Corinne :| 'of any Princeton graduate in the history Per Yard C Per Yard IOC

Walton; Drennen-Lattner., Adel- FORGED BIG CHECKSLos of the university, during his col- I r

ma Giles; Rock's Bakery, Henrietta lege career. He is Charles. Hendel,

Rock; Hand's Furniture Store, Madeline : Angeles, Cal., June 10.-His 'I of Reading, Pa.; and was made Latin! Table No. Three .
Allen; Allen & Co., Bessie Allen; i: love for baseball caused William H. salutatorian of his class. A. S. Richardson I

People's Bank, Carrol Dow; Magruder's I Calder, 17 old, to forge checksto 'I of Murfreesboro, Tenn., was
colored Voile Suecine Silk and
Stable, Hildreth Badger; Siemens' I the amount of nearly $1,000, according the Valedictorian of the class. White and plain fancy colors;

Hurlburt, Helen; Brigham's Way; Rowland's Grace Warlow Helen; the police to here his last alleged night.confession to : RIDE COST $19.55 Kimona Crepe, plain and fancy colors; French Ginghams, in stripes

Merck's, Eileen Vivian; Luther, The |: Calder said he went to Chicago firstto I ;:;;;- and checks. ..
Florist, Ruth Frazier; Wright's Cigar i i t attend the Frank Chance day cere- New York, 10.-Marionetti .
Store, Gertrude Davis; 10 Cent Store, i,I monies. Then he atended games in I Nadia found that her first street car ( These goods usually sell from 25 'to '35 cents. 19c
Davis Branch's Anna Jones I ride in this cost her ,
Lloyd ; ; Detroit and Denver and since his arrival country $19.55 Clean-Up Sale Yard
Guernsey, Marjorie Davis; Abernethy in Los Angeles ten days ago has according to her complaint to the po- per
Drug Co., Frances Jones; Yowell's,!t' attended every game here. lice. She and two other immigrantgirls

Loraine Boyen. i[ Calder will be taken .to New York 'I just off a steamer from Italy -
The Oriental Booth, where coffee for trial. I ventured to board a cross town car

and sandwiches were dispensed, was last night. N. P. YOWELLThe
in charge of maidens in Oriental cos- AT THE LUCERNE Two girls offered Italian silver for
tume, including Miss Antoinette Slem- 1 their fares and, it was accepted, while
ons, Miss Mary Robinson and Mrs. II Marionetti declares she handed the
As usual, Warner's features at the
LeRoy Giles.Delicious conductor a gold piece worth $20 and
Lucerne last night drew a large crowd White Store
orangeade was presidedover received only 45 cents in change. An Big A
| and those who attended were highly
by Mrs. Edwards, assisted by ; pleased. interested man passenger believed thegirl's
Miss Vida Miller and Miss Rosina Ja- I protest and helped to cause the .'"" '
"Their Lives by a Thread was +t IIIIIIIIIIH I III I 111 II til
cocks. t arrest of the conductor William Cur-
!tenacted, ,
.".." :1 An" .1.
Mrs. S. E. Ives, Sr., had the candy I VIA exican so: : unng un: tin, who is held on a charge of lar ---
table with Miss Mina Gross and Miss ( ceny.
j story told in pictures.
Millie Smith to help therewith. i -
Lovers of the sensational found in Practically new Rambler Automobile 101 Bison 101 Bids will be received for the overhauling .
The popular ice cream and cake BROWN ON STAND IN OIL CASE
this subject the fulfillment of their with Presto lights, top, !I' Before the White man Came (Bison and construction of rooms in '
tables were managed by Misses Mary Corsicana, Texas, June 10.-E. R. equipped
hopes and with all there was a laugh- A great Western military Indian the Court House for
and Grace Holt with Mrs Branham, : Brown, vice president and general curtains, windshield, speedometer, jury quarters.
Mrs. Bradshaw and Misses Robertson, I, able side. manager of the Magnolia Petroleum clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra I drama. ( Plans and specifications will be on file
Bennett, Sara and Ella Stagg and So- Company, resumed the stand today at tire, tube and complete set tools and I An Election Bet (Imp) A splendid in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
.WANTED woman to do general accessories.Also Imp Comedy, featuring Mr. King Court. Bids will be received
for assistants. the Texas oil up
phie Lockhart 1 house work. Apply W, M. Wright, hearing. The introduction '
Clock golf furnished amusement for(I Carter St., at City Limits. 8-10-11 of letters which passed betweenH. has auto trunk with two suit Baggett. I to the meeting of the Board of County -
part of the crowd nad was in chargeof i C. Folger, Jr., H. N. Payne and cases for touring. Reason for sell I Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. Commissioners on the First Monday -
I i Admission five cents to all. in July.
Mrs. Haden, aided by Howard Printing that is done right, is donein Brown was taken up. A large pack- ing have no further use for car.
Sherrod.. 'I the Sentinel Job Department. Are ing case filled with records was Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. II ; By order of County Commissioners.
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