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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 12, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the Stafi

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 12TH, 1913. NUMBER 105.1!

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ALLEGED AFFIDAVITS OF GENTRY ASSASSINS ATTACKED HIM I i COLDEST JUNE WEATHER IX ,I BY THE FINANCE BODY-PROPOSED COMPETING YALE CREW IN VARSITY SUBSTANTIAL INCREASES MADE

DECLARES HIS ORIGINAL WHILE HE WAS ON HIS WAY i iTO HALF CENTURY RUINS CROPS | AMENDMENTS Fl'ItMSII I! BOAT RACE IS COACHED IN CHEAP GRADES OF COTTON

t CONFERENCES TilE SUBLIME PORTE IN VARIOUS STATES-ICE WORK FOR MAJOII1TY : BY SEVENTY MILLION HEIR CLOTH AVERAGES AT
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WERE "PADDED" WAS A PURE ARAB j IN THE .\DmOXH.CKSSpt'Cial j OF COMMITTEE APPARENT I FIVE PER CENT !

Atlanta, Ga., June 11.-Another Constantinople, June 11.-The ( to the Sentinel.Washington Washington, June 11.-Majority': Cambridge, Mass, June 11.-When1 I Special to the Sentinel ;

sensation was sprung here today in Turkish Grand Vizier, Mahmoud June 11.-June snow- ; members of the Senate Finance Coma j the Harvard varsity meets Yale in'I' Washington, June 11.-TheIll

connection with the local political Schefket Pasha, was assassinated at balls in Montreal and summer frostto i mittee continued to consider changes ; the annual boat race at New London Democratic membership of the finance i-

fight involving Mayor James G. noon today by two armed men with ; nip the fruit crops in Vermont ; today in the Underwood tariff bill : June 20, the oarsmen in the Crimson Committee today ratified the

Woodward certain members of the revolvers, who attacked him while he I Central Xew York, Xew England, proposed by the sub-committees. r varsity l.ell will represent $1x,000; ,- sub-committee's action of the cotton

City Council and officials of the police was proceeding in his motor car toI Central Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and ;I Under discussion today was the 000 of heirs apparent. They will schedule, with the exception of two
published what purportsto the Sublime Porte. Ohio are among the reports to indicate metal schedule reduced by Senator compete with oarsmen who are coached items that sent back for
department : I
be an affidavit made by George SI. 1 Mahmoud Schefket Pasha had held) the coldest June in half a cen-t' stone's sub-committee, duties on pig 1 by W. Averell Harriman, whose ination.

Gentry, the stenographer who reported office as Grand Vizier since the 23rd tury.Right iron and ferro manganese having I father left a 70,000,000 estate. ', A substantial increase has

the conferences alleged to have of January this year, when Kiamil i in the streets of :Montrealnot been removed and reductions pro- 'I The Harvard crew are nearly all made in cheap grades of cotton clot

been held in a hotel room here recnt- Pasha resigned. On the same day, ; among the hills and mountains, :. posed in structural steel and other}I sons of millionaires. In the list are : and yards, averaging at least five per

ly, in which a scret telephone device Nazim Pasha the commander of the! mind you-srfow came flurrying down I I rates. The pottery schedule, in which :|: representatives of the Morgan, :Meyer : cent. The committee also put hempon

was said to have been used against Turkish army at the Tchatalja lines ;' and small boys who expected to be I I I there have been some changes, including -:! Murray and Chanler families of the free list. The House Bill car

Mayor Woodward Thomas B. Felder, was shot dead during a demonstration -:, in swimming by this time turned in- I I increases, also was taken up and New York, the Trumbull and HarI ried a duty of $11.20 per ton on hemp.

a prominent local attorney, C. C. in Constantinople. j stead to the unique sport of a sum- the committee expected to reach the wood families of Boston and the Mills Changes in the cotton schedule have

Jones proprietor of a near-beer saloon Mahmoud Schefket Pasha was a'': mer snow fight. Cold winds tamperedthe : cotton schedule. 1 family of Portland, Ore. The fortunes been made by the Senate Committeein

F. C. Febuary secretary to pure Arab and a native of Bagdad.He mercury Montreal: thermometers -I With regard to print paper, Sen- 1 of eight of these oarsmen range response to appeals from southern

Chief of Detectives N. A. Lanford was brought to Constantinople i down to 35 decrees. I I ator Johnson's sub-committee has under from $1.000.000 T -. to U $25.000000.T--r H,_ H, E.-- D.- cotton mill operators and on the basis
and others. with his family when he was a boy. Serious damage is reported to the consideration a plan to leave paper !i Morgan of Westbury, L L, leading.The of serious mathematical errors by the

Gentry disappeared several days After studying at the military school I II} fruit and vegetable growers of Michigan I II valued at not more than two and!I Crimson oarsmen recently refused House Committee. '

after the publication of the alleged he graduated at 18 years of age with I and other States, and Columbus, a half cents a pound on the free list, to eat at the special training The Senate Committee today- voted

records of the conferences. E. 0. the highest honors. He was a great I I Ohio, returns show a temperature on- J! but in lieu of a proposed countervailing tables of the Harvard athletic asso- not to make public any of the sched-

Miles, ,an investigator, declares he located favorite of the former Sultan, Abdul I Ily two degrees higher than the weather duty, to insert a clause which ciation at the Union because, they ule or rates that have been changed,

Gentry in Washington, D. C., Hamid, who appointed him to the up Montreal way. I II i, would provide for a duty of $.' a ton said, the food was not fit for their until after the bill has been approvedby

and obtained from him the affidavit general staff. Afterward he proceeded Albany, N. Y., with a temperature should restrictions on exports of wood consumption. They went to their :1, the caucus and has received the

which was turned over to Mayor. to Germany and stayed there ten :I of 40, can only remember parallels in I II I and pulp in the Canadian tariff not various exclusive club dining roomsto President's 0. K. Then, and not until

Woodward, _ last nieht. years studying the organization of June 1875 and 1878. Binghampton an- :I be removed within a stated period,I II eat until their recent departure then will the measure go to the Sen-
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The alleged affidavit of Gentry de- .the German army. I nounces damage of tens of thousands I I, probably a year. for Red Top, Conn., to train for the ate.

clares that his ,original transcriptionof Mahmoud Schefket Pasha, despitehis I I of dollars' worth of corn, beans, po- .I, The provision would not specify I I Yale race. 'I I. i
his notes on the conferences was close intimacy with Abdul Hamid tatoes and tomatoes among the luxuriant I| Canada, but that would be the only 'I MOTOR BOAT RACE

"padded" and altered. The affidavit was the moving spirit in fosteringthe :1 farms of Broome county. Some I country affected. 'I VASSAR COMMENCEMENT

further states that Gentry did not military revolution which broughtahont :farmers have lost their entire crops I Hamilton, Bermuda, June 11.-Tbe

hear Mayor Woodward mention the _____ that_n__ _Sultan's______ _fall._n_ I for the season. GET RICH OUICK. ARTIST i -Pou- --!!'hkeeosie.-- -- ---. :\. Y... June- 11.-I: motorboat Barbara 11 11 crossed the finishing -
names of Chief of Police James L. Soon after the outbreak of the I From Gloversville comes word that i Commencement week and its attend- line at 25 minutes, 20 seconds
Beavers and Chief of Detectives Lan- Balkan war, Mahmoud Schefket Pa-i a coating of ice has formed on the' Special to the Sentinel I I ant ceremonies at Vassar drew to a'' past 3 o'clock this morning in the

ford, as was shown in the published sha was appointed chief of the commissariat -'; edges of many Adirondack lakes and New York, June William I' close today with the awarding a degree -] race from Philadelphia, which startedon
record of the conference. department of the Turkishwar 1 that the temperature sank to 30 degrees Keene, a negro elevator boy, was arrested and honors in the morning and Saturday at 1:30 p. m. She was

office, and he was one of those there. I I I today while entering a pawn- t, the class supper and the hurrying of first sighted at ten minutes after
present at the grand council of the i Rome, :\. Y., reports to be coldestof shop with a suit case containing four 'i the class records in the evening. Commencements I midnight
REPORTED RESIGNATION OF SIR empire which decided in January of(, all-26 degrees-and great dam- ; hundred dollars' worth of silver and 'Ir at Vassar are guided The skipper of the Barbara II de-

EDWARD GREY this year to accept the proposal of I i age to crops. Similar conditions appertain -r jewelry. When Keene's room was largely by custom and the same cere- clared that he had encountered north

the European powers to bring the : in Elmim. i searched, several thousand dollars' ;! monies are performed year after year east winds during the entire voyage
Special to the Sentinel. war to an end.SUFFRAGE. :i worth of valuable property, including! by each succeeding class. from Philadelphia. He estimated that
London Eng., June 11.-It was
i Chilly in New York I a fifteen hundred dollar fur overcoat Late this afternoon the class day the boat lost two hours owing to the
learned this eveningon high author-
BILL PASSED I! Xew York, June 11.-It was the ,and several articles of jewelry belonging I I exercises with the usual "Daisy course being taken too much to the
ity that Sir Edward Grey, Foreign
I coldest June 9 the Weather Bureauever to Rube Marquard, the Chain" ceremonies, were held in the ,
Secretary, placed his resignation in Special to the Sentinel : registered for this town. At 3 a. Giant's pitcher, were found. All the I Circle. Each graduating class holds east.The Barbara II came into Hamilton
the hands of the Prime Minister. Mr.
Springfield, Ill., June 11.The m., yesterday morning the mercury 'articles stolen were from apartments I! its class day exercises in front of the at 7:15 this morning. She had not
Asquith it is said, refused to
acceptit
House today passed the Woman's Suf- : had dropped to17 degrees. After !i in Riverside Drive, where he worked I Ii 'I class tree, but unfortunately, the new suffered any damage during the run
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and for the Sir Edward
has, not come to any present further decision.It frage Bill. The measure has already j i' an all day struggle it had managed i, as elevator boy during the past )'ear.1 I I t students' building has been construct Up to 7:30 nothing had been heard
passed the Senate. The bill now goes at 6 p. m., to climb back to 60. But ed in front of '13's tree so the members of the Dream or the Toscam, the first
is certain, however that he will I .
resign shortly. The reason, given by to the Governor who is pledged to I'I it dropped to 55 at 11 o'clock. The I PILL DISPENSERS_ MEET II of the present graduating class of which has an allowance of 16 hours

Sir Edward for his desire to be relieved sign it. The women of the State may''I day's average temperature was 54, select the ground in front of Ws tree 44 minutes, 36 seconds, and the second -
if his office is that the present now vote for all offices except those I compared with 60 degrees on June : Tampa, June .-The Florida as the scene of its activities. The an allowance of 13 hours, 6 minutes .

scandals concerning members of the named in the constitution of Illinois. 9 last year. The weather fellow says Pharmaceutical Association began its I surrounding grounds with the flowerbeds I 36 seconds.

cabinet, reflect indirectly him- They will vote for presidential electors I it will be cool today, but warmer to- annual session here today. against the hedge of dark green i
upon and all municipal offices, boardsof Leroy Cotter, Been Freer, P. B.
self and although his name is andalwa's I morrow. cedars formed a beautiful setting for WILL PRAY FOR PEACE
review and assessors, drainage King and 0. J. Manteon are the local the ceremony. The procession started
has been above suspicion, he I -
trustees, state board of equalizationand entertainment committee and they I from Lathrop Hall and wound its
is unwilling to be associated any Another June Frost I El Paso, Tex, June 11.Congregations -
longer with the present government. minor officials and on all proposi- '' Wheeling, W. Va., June 11.-Early have framed up a program which includes way through the main entrance to the of El Paso churches will join in

tions. !i in the day the temperature began to I a trip to Pass-a-Grille, a trip circle and across to the platform praying for peace in Mexico next
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I! 1 to a ball game and a banquet for the around the tree.
fall and by evening it had droppedas Sunday, while ministers in the different
HELD FOR MURDER CHARLTON MUST FACE TRIAL visiting pill dispensers.The I The class with Miss
I low as the 54 degree mark. From sophomore pulpits will comment on the
I ] trip to the pass takes place on I I Nancy Moore the sophomore Marshal ,
I that time on the decline was just a needs of peace, according to plans
Juneau Alaska June 11.-Joseph Washington, June .-Porter little less rapid, and many at mid- Friday. In the meantime, there will at the head, lead the procession, which have been formulated.El .

MacDonald wealthy mining operatorof Charlton must return to Italy to an-I;j,I night still were hugging the hope !I be an interesting program of busi- followed by Katherine Wilson, the Paso business men, wearied by

Guanajua, Mex., who was arrested swer the charge of having murderedhis : that it would not go down to a point ness and social features. junior marshal, and the junior class. continuous disturbances in Mexico

last December and brought to Jun- wife in June, 1910, at Lake Como.!: such as would insure a frost At 1 Next came the Daisy Chain, followedby have inaugurated a campaign to aid

eau for trial on a charge of murder- The Supreme Court so decided today. o'clock this morning it had reached BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG Bernice Marks, senior marshal, in what way they may be for the

ing N. C. Jones a mission worker After discussing the insanity plea !i the 50 mark. At that time the high LEAGUES and behind her Lucy Penniman, senior bringing about peace, and the offer

when MacDonald was superintendentof the justice took up the question wind which prevailed throughout the president. ing of prayer in the churches is a
the Treadwell mine in 1902, was whether, under the treaty of 1886, an ::afternoon and earlier evening still Special to the Sentinel. Delphia Hammer, Chairman of the part of the plan.

admitted to $50,000 bail by District American citizen could be extraditedto I was in evidence, but time enough remained I'I'I National Class Day Committee, the committee
Judge Overfield Pittsburg, 11 Brooklyn 3.
yesterday. for crime committed there it + ; Katherine Dunham, Ethel Freeman
Italy a : for A .fa: IIAtlanta BOILERS EXPLODE ON BARGE
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MacDonald is alleged to have murdered Chicago, 2; Xew York, 5.
Lawrence Anne Peterson
will extradite Rebecca
i since Italy not its subjects I ,I
Jones because the missionary for crimes here. II Shivers. Cincinnati, 3; Philadelphia, 2. Lucy Rogers, Dorothy Titus, and the : Racine, Wis., June 11.-Two score
insisted that MacDonald should close Atlanta Ga. June That the St. Louis, 3; Boston, 5.
The refusal to surrender citizensfor senior class. men were either killed or injured today
the mine on Sunday. A coroner's jury extradition, the justice said, was I old straw bonnet was given a short II American The juniors and sophomores were I when the boilers on the coal

exonerated MacDonald, who went to of modern origin. Some of the American respite Tuesday and last winter's der- Xew York, 0; Chicago, 1. attired in white, while the seniors! barge C. K. Peck, unloading coal
Guanajua, where he became general by or brindle "Kelley," again was put Boston, 5; Cleveland, 9. the class colors. I
treaties provide, he added, that, wore Approachingthe here, blew up shortly before 11 o'clock
manager of a mining company. When I citizens shall not be extradited while in commission. The day was one of'I Philadelphia, 2; St. Louis, 5. tree, the Daisy Chain went for- this morning. The entire deck of the
MacDonald was brought to Juneau the coldest and rawest that the Washington, 0; Detroit, 11.
the others are silent. I city I ward and the senior class passed steamer, a mass of debris, was
from Mexico he paid all the expensesof II I ever has known to come in the month I Southern them and seated themselves in the thrown into the harbor, and the Peck
the marshal's party and a small MRS. ROOSEVELT GOES TO ITALY I of roses and brides. It was 52 at 7 Memphis, 4; :Mobile: 1. form of a half moon. The class history caught fire.CHAMPION.
army of witnesses. while the wind howled in i 1 i Chattanooga, 3; Nashville, 1.
I a. m., a gale was then given by four speakers,
New York, June 11.-Mrs. Theo and rain came down intermittently. ,' Atlanta, 2; Birmingham, 4, first one for each year. CRICKET PLAYER

BOMB EXPLODES IX PATERSON dore Roosevelt sailed yesterday for:; Monday was the coldest June 9 recorded game. Atlanta, 2; Birmingham, 1, I Special to the Sentinel

Cherbourg, whence she will go to since the weather bureau was second game. West Newton, Mass., June 11.-
| Montgomery, 4 Xew Orleans 2. i POLO PLAYER INCAPACITATEDSpecial
Paterson N. J., June .-Paterson Porto Maurizio, Italy, where her sis- established thirty-five years ago. It I ; Mrs. Ronald H. Barlow, of the Merion
I'' ter Miss Carow lives in her 1' went as low as 54 and as high as 59. I South Atlantic
was shaken early today by the explosion villa. I Cricket Club ,of Philadelphia, today
Savannah, 7 Columbus, 2, first
; to the Sentinel
of a bomb in front of the Miss Carow is ill and Mrs. Roosevelt wuii for her second successive::= time
home of three brothers who had per- probably will remain with her all the TEN WOMEN GET DEGREES I: game. Savannah, 3; Columbus, 11, New York, June 11.-J. M. Water- the championship of Women's East-

sistently refused to join the silk strik summer. I second game. bury, one of the members of the ern Association. Miss Margaret Cur-

ers. The house was damaged, but Col. Roosevelt, with Quentin and Baltimore, June 11.-Six women i i I Macon, 9; Charleston, 4, first game. American Polo team which defeatedthe tis, of the Brookline, Mass., Country

the sleeping occupants were uninjured. Archie plans to go west on July 9 : doctors of medicine and four women j I Macon, 5; Charleston, 6, second game. I English challengers for the In- Club, was second.

It was the second attempt to ,. for a trip in the open.FIREWORKS | doctors of philosophy were among the I''I| Albany, 5; Jacksonville, 3. ternational Polo trophy yesterday!

dynamite their homes. The police re- '; one hundred and fifty-one graduates Carolina *- I declared he was unable to play in the WEATHER REPORT

ported "renewed enthusiasm" on the I EXPLODE :] who participated in commencement I Asheville, 4; Durham, 3. I next match game of the series, on ac-' Cloudy and warmer in north por-

part of the strikers. I exercises of John Hopkins University Raleigh-Charlotte, rain, no game. count of two of his fingers being > tion; probably showers in peninsular
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I ; yesterday. Winston-Salem-Greensboro, rain, broken in the sixth period of yesterday's .
Alliance, 0., June 11.-Four per- I no game. Thursday. Friday fair.
CHARGED WITH ARSON Xo announcement was made regarding game. 'I _
London June 11.-Kitty Marion, sons were injured, two seriously, ear- the presidency of the He first thought only one was frac-
ly this morning, when five tons of unh'er-I FORD FOR PRINTER ; Three cars of tomatoes left the Association
an actress, and Ckra Given, a well sity. Dr. William H. Buckler, of Bal- tured. The examination today revealed -
fireworks stored in the flour mill of i packing house in Brooks- t
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known militant suffragette, were arraigned : timore is being considered for the I broken bones in two.
W. A. Wilmet at Deerfield ten miles I ville last week. The shipments will
today on suspicion of havingset : position. It was announced that Dr. Washington, June 11.-Cornelius J. L. E. Stoddard, who took WaterbUr.fs -
north of here, blew Two churches continue to be good for some time
fire to the stands on the Hurst up. Ira Remsen, former president, has Ford, of New Jersey, a labor leader, place yesterday will substi
Park race course Monday. They were I and many residences were damaged. : been elected president emeritus and was nominated by President Wilson tute. Betting on Wall Street tonightwas yet.

remanded en bail of $15,000 each. (i I! professor emeritus of chemistry. today to be public printer. I II 2 to 1 in favor of the Americans.The .
Toilet paper-5 cts roll. 6 for 25 cts. I I next game will be plajV "u Sat- Cosmopolitan for July, Curtis &
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Another large brick block, 130x90\I "
feet, containing five stories, will be I
erected in Fort Meade. j, Gifts to Please !

News comes -from Apopka that onj i j{! Bargains Bapgain !

account of the drought the tomato' 1
trop there will be short. 1
very Special Bargains during! the remainder of his month.
May be safely purchased fromus j Shoes for men ladies, misses and children, in aft styles
Beginning next the public :
year [
and colors,
i high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
school in St. Augustine will have a body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off. I
nine-months term instead of eight as where everythingis &t Ladies Shirtwaists from 4Sc up.
in the past. I Ladies' Dresses, in all
styles and colors, french
guaranteed. .4 Gingham, from 9Sc up. ,
A large force of mechanics and I .
; M Children's Dresses,
in all
I styles, sizes and colors,
workmen are engaged making exten- .;f from 25c up.Ladies' .
sive improvements to the Hotels Poncede I
Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
Leon and Alcazar, in St. Augus I styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
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tine. Dry Goods at a special reduction. /
Allen & Co. _' Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.9S t up.
The official program of Palatka'spatriotic Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
celebration on July 3 and 4 Hats from 25c up.
has been completed. It is perfect in i
Men's
Clothing, such
as Blue Serge, Mohair and
every detail and a big time is I
expected. Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and
Splendid music will be furnishedfor JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up. up.
the occasion by Pal atka's Military! Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up. 1:1'
Band, and reduced rates will be secured .I I Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all.styles f/-
on all railroads and steamboat.Ii j and colors, from 50c up.
lines entering that city. I Orlando Florida Boys' Pants from 25c up.
I Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 4Sc up. i
With the granting of a road Iran i Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
frise for an electric line by the May i Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi
port council last night the first step'I tion we gi e away premiums in chinaware to everybody k
in securing an electric railroad con i i! who trades with us.
necting Jacksonville with the beach':i We want your trade and we assure you that we will 1r
cities down the coast was taken. It' Our Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee .
is believed that eventually the entire: satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and'I
.coast will be equipped with electric: convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. -
roads. Several other cities, among!: your service always. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe
them Miami, are considering franchise I I I ,I II
,but Mayport is the first to grant I I H. Kanner's New
Bargain Store Orlando
tropolis.one-Jacksonville Note in Miami Me-\ -- I |!||

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Nine tarpon were caught in half an i
hour in the pass of Egmont Key yesterday 'I Everything in Drugs -
and for a while the big fish; j
:were taking the bait on all sides. :
ry Thompson landed one which weighed HarII, LISTEN! THE[ OAKlAND
eighty pounds and Louis King WE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUHEST AM BEST '
caught two, one weighing 102 pounds.George .
1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now I
Roberts
had out
which
landed caught three by fish,different and a three party fishermen.The otherswere .I Delaney Drug Co. Theater Selling for and 50c Magruder's at The Arcade Livery Restaurant Stable. The Lucerne THE CAR'

fish bit only between 2 and 3 We want to get everybody in the habit of spending THAT EVERYBODY
,o'clock in the afternoon and no strikes WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu-
were gotten except at that time. cerne. IS TALKING
There were plenty of tarpon, but they GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST. ;
were not taking the bait until shortlyafter I ABOUT
2 o'clock. Richard Gaylord and TRY OUR IOK; CREAM tMltlMMIIinoaHMMttlMttttlMtfll IMIHMMM
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and biting the party Mr.about Gaylord had 11 good o'clock two.sport The last for fish night an began houror and R READ THE SENTINEL h L r FOR R THE NEW eeeMAGRUDER',

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Altamonte Springs, June 9.-Mr. ucc House Painting and CalciminingI
Herbert Fuller and Mr. Arthur A. cE,. have had years of experience and For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
Lewis are spending the week in Jacksom.me I! guarantee nj work. CORN LmSrHT[
visiting friends and taking in Estimates cheerfully! furnished.
the sights of the progressive metropolis. Drop me a card and I will call.
Both young men are models of iI I i iI I P. 0. Box 381 Wholesome Nourishing j will sell Lime at 90c
propriety and leaders in the social so-' 1 1I Delicious

ciety of Altamonte. I I I: For Sale Manufactured By I j per barrel delivered,
Miss Grace Lewis will leave this I :I Slightly used $2000.00 automobile. : I

week to spend the summer with relatives I, I..I I Ii Would consider real estate in trade I G.C MAHON ,; five barrel lots.
p and friends in Massachusetts and I I 1 for same.. Address Automobile, Care
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This is an unusually busy season i in! Our "sweets" are standards of purity -I Sentinel. L-page-5-26-tf:. i
Altamonte. Many important improve- and deliciousness by which you Shanibarger's for bicycles and.
Sundries. tf! Subscribe for the Sentinel. Florida Metal Coo
ments are being made consequently I can judge others. !
there are no loafers on the streets. C. Every chocolate, every bonbon, I
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A. Dallas, the manufacturer of cement every confection of whateu-r ort that I] I II McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
bricks, artificial stone and orna is sold here represents the highest I
mental designs, is far behind in his i standard of genuine puritj and excel: NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN I II Phone 41. .-.
orders, as skilled workmen in his par lence.A I i
ticular industry are very scarce. single trial of jour favorite confection 1
Mr. A. L. Taveau is making great bought here will convince you i -...-..-..-. -
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improvements in his grove propertylately that this is THE establishment to i Crepe antGOWNS
purchased through the X. H. always patronize. I
Fogg & Co., real estate firm.
Mr. A. II. Fuller has returned from BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen I [ELECTR1CVCUUMCLEM1ER L t

his fishing trip vacation and can tell ETC.
some wonderful fish stories, which his e It is whispered around softly that)
retailing with his fancy groceries s the Tampa & Gulf Railway Company j i
and general merchandise to his cus will extend its line to Ocoee and oth-'! 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 '

tomers.Several new cottages will be built:er Roy points.R. Roper, the efficient solicitor I cents per yard at Have house
during the summer. There was a of Kunz, Marsh & Pendleton, left I your room or
great demand for cottages during the''Monday for various points where he I!
cleaned without dust troubleof
last tourist season and some of the will continue to solicit shipments of McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT or
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wiseacres are preparing for a prosperous fruits and vegetables for his popular
future. j New York house. :' moving furniture .
Dick Cox,in the target shoot Thursday I STORE
WINTER GARDEN NOTES I afternoon, seems to have been the I

Winter Garden-, June 9.-A park I'high The man.Masons gave their annual ban'ear I 124 South Orange Avenue The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -

near the lake is looked for in the n : quet last evening, which was well at 1 OPPOSITE POST OFFICEi
future. tended. Covers were laid for fifty. man.

The showers for the past few days i i
have cooled the atmosphere and helped Cards are out announcing the approaching .
SEE THEM FOR TERMS
everything wonderfully. marriage of Miss Genevieve ..
W. M. Davis and family of Orlando' Deal Philips to Mr. Jehan Caldwell -I ,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 1 I J! Calhoun, of Palatka, on the 12th o FRANK HYRES
Y. McMillan. ; this month. Mr. Calhoun is the youngest 1


Quite and St.a of number Petersburg the reduced from last rates here week.took to Tampa advantage .I lawyer Calhoun son, of having and the is late recently a Hon.prominent Benjamin been elected young P.i Artificial Stone i The PIERCE[ [ [ElEC1RIC L[ T L CO11inc.1!


Several local boys left Saturday forpoints municipal judge of the Gem City.Tampa's .
in Georgia, where
they will j A
take a part in fruit CHURCH STREET
packing. oldest BurkwellK.
policeman
Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House
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Watermelons by the carload are Greene, died in that city Saturday .
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section daily. The crop morning at the age of 74 years. -
is Columns, and Balusters,also all kinds -
short but the prices are good. He served in the Confederate army AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
Miss Alma Peter returned home four of Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor III Boon to All Those Who Go Down to
years. Those wishing to make trips for
Saturday from Tallahassee, where she Colored Facings the Sea In Ships
business should
or pleasure see m-
has been in school this winter. An order of Boy Scouts has been I I The McElroy Pharmacy have a rem- for service
prices. Prompt
Miss Flora Vaughn returned I edy that is guaranteed to cure Sea guaran-
to her
organized in Ocala. teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fl*,
home in Sanford Friday after I Sickness. If you contemplate a sea
having Phone 159- 4Vorks Phone, 360. 5-20 tf
Ave.onR.R. ,
Livingston
enjoyed a four weeks' stay here with Money to loan on improved prop trip, be sure and take with you a bot-
Miss !'tie of McElroy's Sea-Sick If to loan
Mary Fowler. erty. S. Y. WAY. 'I remedy. Money on improved prop-
I it does not cure money refunded. tf erty. S. Y. WAY

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South Florida Sentinel Slogan is: "Good roads for the!
Regular readers of the New York I
',
most attractive States and the great
MORNING AND WEEKLY est county and most attractive cityin It has been costing the people of Sunday World look forward to at I 45 PER CENT SAYING
the United States a lot of money to least one day a week when they may
Entered at the poet office at Orlando, the States-Orange CountyCityof
Jlorida as Second Class Mail Matter. Orlando." be keeping their senators nice and drown their worries and cares in aj I II I
clean at like flood of Next
Washington-something good reading.
We have been talking about the"gettogetherspirit" II
SUBSCRIPTION RATES six dollars for each bath taken in the the World's twenty-four-page sunda'I'
This booster's.trip .
on tires is what offer
elegant senatorial bath rooms that trated magazine will include your we on
is going to be a most effective
THE DAILY SENTINELOne have been maintained with all the humorous "Bill-the Office Boy"
means of getting together. story
Year .. . ......... .. .$5.00 Orlando is putting up some of the splendor of old Rome-but this is all by Paul West, two pages of witty sto-

r Six Months .. . .. . .. 2.50 handsomest residences in the state. to end. No more nice, clean sena- ries told by President Wilson, "What 5 5,000 MILES GUARANTEEDFURMAN

. . 1.25 free Constitutes Perfect "
Three Months .. .. She has on such a building hump in I tors-no more water to drink! a Dinner, by .
Yes, this too has come under the three of America's most famous .
carrier In OrVindo. 50 cents per her business section as was never I
By news
censor of the economy leaders and chefs; New York's strangest subway
month. Daily and Sunday. known in her history. She is putting
I no more Apollinaris water or free- problem-a 720-foot curve to cost
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be foundon in one of the most extensive and i
stone bottled million dollars etc. Order TIRES
sparkling springs can over a ,
sale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore I thoroughly up-to-date sewerage systems -
be durnk and to Uncle Sam. next Sunday's World in advance.
Brothers. charged
and Wright *
in the State of Florida
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We will appreciate proMpt complaint if bailt along the latest prescriptionsfor The senators, for all the world as | over any 3,500 mile tire on the market, a aa

delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. effectiveness. if they were ordinary humans, must Subscribe for the Sentinel,, the
hygienic is
I guarantee good for authorized
we
be content to drink common, filtered are
Ad\eriting rates will be furnished on ap The neighborhoods adjacent to Or-
plication. I lando are the most inviting and madeup Potomac river water, unless they pay ; to make adjustments.

THE WEEKLY SENTINELFor cf the best people to be found any for it with other script than orders I .

year, by mail postage paid.......1.00 where.In on the national treasury.And ulf efinin Co1 I '

Address THE SENTINEL Orlando. Florida.Office a word we have one of the rich it is rumored that even other ft
101 Court Street. Arcade Building privileges will be taken away-that '
est and most attractive sections in the 'f
Phone 24 the administrationwill
------ United States, and we are going out perhaps present 00010fKerosene
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor to talk about it and to advocate good put a stop to the sending out of NO WAITING OR TROUBLE ;
old seeds
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor roads, so thit all the people of the musty to congressional
United States may konw about Or- friends-that the printing of every and you know that means a good deal, for

THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913 |I lando and Orange county and may unspoken speech may be eliminatedthat
the senatorial barber Gasoline tire adjusting as know
have highways for touring the heartof even you is not always
shop where senators have been made
Overcoats and straw hats made Florida. satisfactory to'a
upa customer. Come
and
combination to be seen frequentlyon The advocating of Good Roads by I so lovely to look upon is now a thingof LubricatingOils by

the. streets last evening.The Orlando people comes with good the past. j see them.
o grace. Truly the arrival of the democratic and Greases

party has been an astonishing entry
steam shovel engaged in digging The Legislature has just adjournedand -
.' for Washington to behold!-Miami tI.
the sewer at Lakeland dug upa not a measure looking to any ben- Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent

human skeleton in the west part of efit to the state from good roads be- Metropolis.

the city a'few days came an act. The greatest need of MHf1
ago.
o the people has been enti"sly ignoredby ROAD BUILDING ON A LARGE :
SCALE I.11Y. r PHILLIPS & SONS O
U. S. Statistics show that land values the lawmakers of the tate. Or- ;

(outside of the irrigated districtsof lando has the honor 0; having as a I
I Eight thousand business and ,
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citizen the who has advocated professional
the west) have had a greater increase one PHOSESJ25JOrlando {
I men and farmers in Northwestern (
roads Temporary Location)
than anywhere else in the good more persistently, more I "
United :States.A intelligently, more forcefully than any Michigan yesterday con-
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o single citizen of the state. Hon. structed more than 250 miles of road- Florida 6 East Church Street .

great many people who are not Braxton Beacham has been commended way between Bay City and Mackinaw

ready to accept the teachings of Pas- in every great daily of the state, City. Where there had been at sun- 4-v .caac- .
rise mile after mile of corduroy road, ,
and by the Trib- --- -
tor Russell will: nevertheless hope he particularly Tampa
is not mistaken about hell being a une, as the sanest advocate of good sand holes and swamps, nightfall

myth.-Wheeling Register.It roads of all who have written on ithe found an almost unbroken stretch of

o subject in the state. The Tampa graveled highway.The .

requires lots of patience to run Board of Trade unanimously endorsedMr. new road forms a part of the JUNE WEDDING
sute highway from Detroit to Mackinaw -
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an automobile, which probably accounts Beacham's views and urged the
members of the legislature to City. Four thousand teams and
for the fact that nearly every care-
fully consider these views. As 750 automobiles participated in the
doctor has an auto, and as the Nevada :
State Journal observes, it will' far back as his announcement for roadmaking and 2,500 women assistedby While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

take some time to see'the joke.Miami -I congressman 'at large, Mr. Beachamhas feeding the workers. seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
Metropolis. advocated a system of good roadsas Conditions in Peninsular Michiganare weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

o state highways extending from very much the same as Peninsular for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-

Tampa is enforcing the pure food' Pensacola to Jacksonville, from Jack- Florida, deep sandy roads through a ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

laws and mercahnts who sell food i sonville to Orlando, from Orlando to sparsely settled country, with not suf- your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

supplies and: restaurant keepers who Tampa, from Jacksonville to Miami. : ficient taxable property to build the We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

do not screen their wares from the The roads from Orlando to Tampaand I piked roads so badly needed. The stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

flies are being arrested. Tampa citizens from Orlando to Jacksonvillethe -i people fully realize that good roadsis smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

prefer good health to the libertyof roads the boosters want to fix the the only way to bring in new set- country.The.

the fly. eyes of all Florida, and for that mat- tlers and populate a country, and stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-

o ter, all the United States upon, were they proceeded to business. tion U out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully

Now, if the meat markets will just thus early in Mr. Beacham's program.I I: inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-
have a "Mill End Sale" or a "rem- The great issue in this state in the IDLE RICH PRODUCE THE CRIMINALS ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-

nant Sale" and the bakeries a "Great next gubernatorial race is, in our to-date merchandise.

Summer Reduction Sale," and the 'judgment, going to be good roads, be-
ice cream merchants a "Midsummer cause they mean more; now than any Washington, June 11.-Increase in REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf
the number of "idle rich" is produc-
physical need of the state. Mr.
Cut Rate Sale
we prints will man-
ing a class of criminals in this country
age to pull through the long summer.A Beacham is the logical candidate for you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
o governor on this issue. The future almost faster than the police can pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

government map has just been governor will be with the boostersto cope with it. according to Representative mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
talk Borland of Missouri, who today
completed which indicates the valuesof good roads. We have said, can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
therefore that addressed the convention of the international -
good road boostingcomes
lands for agricultural purposes. Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
association of chiefs of
with from
good Orlando. '
grace
Lands marked in a certain shade on
Let the banners fly-Florida, the police. Mr. Borland declared that
the map, means that the land is worth
less than $10 per acre. The map State, Orange the County-Orlando "idle rich" set a pernicious examplein
the City-Good Roads for, and good : their search for amusement and
does not show any such for South
Florida.It will towards all the people. aroused a desire of emulation in the
o minds of persons of small means. the Jeweler

The result he said, was to tempt
would seem as if a real crisis had Recall has been applied in San i ,
poorer folk into discretions and crimeto
been reached in the relations betweenthe Francisco to the judge of a police I
obtain money. The cabaret show,
United States and Japan. The court. We suspected that this wouldbe OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
he declared to be one of the main
students of the Meiji University of where the blow would first fall. )
causes for the spread of the social
Tokio have cabled the University of An awful lot of people get arrested ) evil. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. .
Washington baseball team to come for one thing or another.-St. Louis',

over and play a series of games with Globe Democrat. i! Subscribe for the Sentinel.

them. The question is, Will the ,
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or The cut bait great 1"o man is the man who T1 I Ii

magnificently declines to be great at AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN .I ILK I STOCKINGS

the expense of his fellows. The man
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who sets his heart upon great things ,

and puts his head to doing them regardless :

{ of the acclamations or pro-
fanations of the populace. The man i

who scorns to stipulate for personal

reward or personal agrandizement.There I I For Day

are but few great men, in pub- j These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is 1

lie life. I Io guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip- I and

ped and ready to
run. I 1
Dr. I e.
Thomas J. Allen, formerly president j .
of Aurora College in Illinois, ;

who achieved fame some years since''' 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition I Evening .

by living for 60 days on raw peanuts, I ,

has married a lady who existed for $550.00 Wear '
22 days on apples. If it becomes
I
necessary they can again keep the I
wolf from the door by adopting the' 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

peanut and apple diet. If that should i i $500.00. A i

happen the groom cannot complain I i
that the food his wife prepares is not .

as good as mother o-used to make. I iI i i 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cadillac Our Personal Guarantee "


The sixteen; years just past has. jy, :

$150.00 Pair
Accompanies Every
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a measure revolutionized social con- I I

ditions. For the first time in forty i| .

year human rights are held higher : 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than

and more sacred than property rights, 4,000 ; extra tire etc. 800. I
and the courts are protecting the Marion ::8& ives

weaker against the more powerful. : '
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The people may get lost in the wilder i

!.*-,,s for a time but there comes a''

mo.-a.- to lead them out. Political : San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

thraldom comes and gees with the :

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T rimme Milliner ensalion Every Hat is of this Season's Conception is the NEWEST, T rimmea Milliner ensation'

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EVERY TRIMMED HAT That we have in the store, with- The original prices were low, being consistant with thestore's EVERY TRIMMED HAT That we have in the store, witfc ,
out a single exception will be offered for sale on these two out
a single
exception will he offered for sale
policy of exceptional values, with an unheard of discount on these two
days at
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of 25 per cent. Every woman desiring something daint>. -. -"

and charming in the way of hats to complete her costume
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yesterday afternoon.Mr. I : I " 1111 II II '
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At a recent meeting of the Twentieth !j. Presindent Wilson has made it I 1
THE TUNER II E. B. Rosser took his departure Century Club the semi-annual clea that he will appoint no man to I I HOT [ '
ORLANDO, FLA. EATER f
I last night for Miami. election was held, which resulted in I I 1 I any office high or low, who is addicted SPECUISPICKLES [ I

II I the following members being placedin to the use of intoxicating liquors. i

I Mr. C. C. Hudson, of DeLand, office for the coming term. Mrs. ;i He says that the American people

Be sure you begin the day by reading -I I j spent last night in Orlando.If W. S. Branch, President; Mrs. S. R. 1 demand and are entitled to the serv-

: the Sentinel then go ahead. Hudson, Vice-President; Miss Hope I ice of sober men-men who will give SWEET PICKLES t
i you want the news, you need Starbuck, Secretary and Treasurer. i the use of their best, sober talent to SOUR PICKLES

Mr, and Mrs. J.E Piper left yesterday the Sentinel. the service and that he will in no I SWEET MIDGETT GHERKINS

for Leesburg. Mr. James E. Crawford and Dr. |i I wise consider a man who is a tippler. I II SOUR SPICED GHERKINS
The thermometer in Orlando at 12 George C. Crawford left last night ', There is a universal demand for SWEET FANCY MIXED

Miss Daisy L. Miller has gone to I o'clock last night registered 64 de for Tennessee. The former going to sober men in business and why should t SOUR FANCY MIXED

Gainesville, Ga. I II grees. Nashvile and the lattaf to Lebanon.Dr. .I not the same rule apply to politics. CONSERVED SWEETS I

i I I 1 Crawford, will be absent from Of-\I No great business house or corporation C. AND B. GHERKINSO.K.
Mr. A. L. Taveau was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Griffin and children lando until fall whiffs: Mr. Jos. E. will employ men even in minor PICKLES e
the :, returned last night from a visit Crawford will 'i PICKLES IN BULK
city yesterday from Altamonte return m about two positions, much less responsible places
Springs. I, to St. Augustine. weeks. i I i I I II who are Mt temperate an sober. In CHOW CH''W: i
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i '! many cases applicant have to sign CUBAN KELISH
Doctor and Mrs. Blackman, of Rol.I I I Messrs. Geo. W. Muller, of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Davis and son,I and affidavit stating that they do rot CHILI SAUCEs
lins College afternoon i are among the late arrivals at the Master Billie, leave for .
spent yesterday -j' today Florence -I use intoxisating liquors or gamble, WORCHESTERSHIRE
in the city. I j'I San Juan. S. C., and Mullins, S. C., where'I and why should a less rigid rule apply I TOMATO KETCHUP SAUCE '

I they will spend a couple of weeks. to men who ask for public employment
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:Mr. J. Mr. W. S. Davies, of Tampa is From there t HORSERADISH ?
A. P. Mrs.
Lane and family left! Davis and son, will ? Is not the public businessof
yesterday for Montreat, N. C., where among the visitors in Orlando to go to McClainsboro, Ill., to spend the I sufficient importance to demand

they will spend the summer. 'I'day. summer, while Mr. Davis will returnto ,sober, honest men? I THE SANITARY GROCERY

Orlando to get a fresh start lateron. No man who keeps his hide full of
Harry A. Smith, of Madison, Wis.,I Mr. Ira Johnston, formerly of Orlando whiskey, is a safe business man. CARUTHERS & GORE I

is in the city looking over business I,yesterday, but in now Orlando.of Jacksonville, spent I Neither u a gambler a safe man. 6 and 8 East Pine Street
prospects and An opinion handed down 'I Phone !
may conclude to locate.i by a west Experience has taught us that these 200
here. I! ern judge to the effect that the occu the who fall ....
Mrs. W. Burnett are men quickest into '111'11 "
left last I iimiiiiimiiiii
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night pant of a flat cannot be enjoined by''! miA
I ifor Atlanta, where she grafting and embezzling.
The U. D. C. will' meet this afternoon -!',until fall. will remain other flat occupants in the same build I I I The liberal social drinker and a'l' BIG
PAPER
with Miss Agnes Person at J|i I ing from making all the noise he may around good fellows, are the most GOODS AS CHEAP AS THE
four o'clock. This is the I think necessary, means simply that,I I CHEAPEST
regular I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Grey left last!iin future, landlords of dangerous men to put in public office The Citizen's Illustrated Edition
monthly meeting. I :night for their I I apartment or in positions of trust and confidence -
t home in Worcester, houses must add another which came out this week does great The effort
to the the
i on part of
questions
.l that can be found. As a rule they credit both to Mr. practically
Howard
in their as a photographer all
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nye and Mi. II tenant application forms j j are always short on ready funds to and to the who our merchants to meet the dull
did
"How men
: asking much noise do season demands
and Mrs. A. J. Nye of this you think keep their habits by means of special
city j up extravagant and the
spent i mechanical
Dr. work
last Sunday in St. i;'I C. P. McCall of Apopka, passed it necessary for you to make?" Or, on the paper.It sales in which first class goods
Augustine this leads them at first to deal are
ar.d'i' m is
:through Orlando last night enroute to "Do you drop your shoes, or lay them a splendid effort, and shows up offered at real bargain prices showsa
were guests at the Ocean View House. I petty peculations which grow in magnitude Orlando to
Atlanta
advantage.
where
he
wit Ispend several on the floor gently when retireing?" commendable of
spirit
|I! until they make a sudden dropat enterprise.
w.. ........ I Let
:. t.. W. Bullock and family left ': The largest mackerel that has been the end of a stupendous crime. CAR LOAD OF Brown any one stop in at N. P. Yowell's
BANANASJust & Lartigue, F. N.
yesterday for Eastman, Ga., where: Mrs. \., Robinson left last night I caught in St. Petersburg this season This is the history of this class of Received Geo. McCulloch's, B. Boardman's,
Solamon's
they will make their future home. The j i to visit ie!.:.. :n Vir- was landed at the pilot station near men and there is no use in tryingto M. Slemons', W.

daily Sentinel goes to them in their'' ;ginia for several ..""*..;. the Gulf a few days ago by N. P. -" close our eyes on history.The Large and Small Bunches B. Ives, Mamilton Scruggs& Dunn's& Dickson's and Berman's M.
new home. Hays. The fish demand for sober has -
i weighed six and a men
i Egyptian onions, egg plants, and and they will be convinced that
quarter: 'mds. reached into lines well
I po political as as
F. J. Irish and Lafe Johnson left mangoes. Coast Line Deport, east of Orlando dry goods merchants are
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Bryan and for business and there must be no compromise Church Street For sale Geo I
yesterday Pittsburg, Pa., after by handling their goods on close
The : very
children who Io"ar-3-: !'fe Weekly True on the question if the people's -
Chink.
came to Orlando last having spent the winter in this local- 12-6t i margins. Our home merchants are inmost
fall and purchased property leave today i Democrat says: '.;';ring; from the interests are to be safeguard.
ity. part
putting prices as low
I I I as any
for the north reports all through the toca.--c
for a three months section NOTICE
j man may put them and pay his debts
.stay in the hills of Vermont. growers are now expecting a banner >of. J. R. Geiger, who has been I i I and live.

Pennsylvania with cheerful is flooding The the state country crop this year." connected with Columbia Colege for The Junior Civic League will meet I>
news.
ex-
J. K. Amhurst, of several years" ha* decided to begin on the north veranda of the San Juan
Philadelphia is' 1
pects to have this the
year greatest After much delay the city council the of law in Lake He EQUAL SUFFRAGE LEAGUE
practice City. tomorrow afternoon
spending a few days in the at1 o'clock. ,
city. Mr.
of
hucckleberries I
crop in its history.Pennsylvania in Dade
t City has -
Amhurst is disposed of and received was recently admitted to the i;:: 'n I'
looking for a place fora I The regular
now needs only to insure meeting of the
the Equal
i money for the city bonds Tallahassee by examination.The TCP.: SALE
winter Smith
home and # Premier No.2:
is !
much pleased a bumper crop of lowpricedanthracite j for $15,000. The ;I Suffrage League was held yesterday
with Orlando. money will be used -- Trpe s rirer ssed bui $50.00.I
little:
His only criticism is : morning in
for next winter in order to I I to install storm Unity Chapel and much
sewers and hard door fortune is Also ., '
to
our streets. be surface open through wanted t )uy g'*-,.1 570'd; orange business of importance
securely popular. was discussed.
a number of
streets. Sentinel ads. Try it and find out. Address
I grove. or :'aH! ;:;cr'1 acme very interesting plans were
9 Waldo House
--- It: jrad, \)n;" %f wfoier :s a picnic for
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tl'I"' .liil"' KH.t.t+I .. . v' or;;, '":;.. "!\acK within
ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll a few days.
Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for
the month of June. Dr. Bennett -
H THE Money to loan
I Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm on improved prop-
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Pair 50c Silk Hose . .
MOTION PICTURES "PLAYING WITH FIRE" (Drama) . ..- .Vitagraph . $2.40

i 3 Pair 50c Silk Hose . . . 1.25

Pictures Changed Daily. "THE RIGHT ROAD" (Drama) . . . . .Lubin"TOMMY'S 6 Pair 25c Silk Lisle Hose . . 1.25

3 Pair 25c Silk Lisle Hose . . ..63i ;
I ATONEMENT" (Drama) . . . Selig

FIRST SHOW, / 715 P.M i
"THE TOMBS OF MING EMPERORS" (Monuments) Selig

SECOND SHOW, 8:15: P.M i 1 SCRUGGS & DICKSONTHE

i j "THE ACCUSATION OF BRONCHO BILLY" (Drama) .

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Home of Hart, Schaffner and Man Clothing

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. I
SPECIAL PROGRAM OF FOUR REELS TODAY

TO THE BOOSTERSYe: have just received a full line

I of Rain Coats. You will need one on the trip.

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OCCURRENCESOviedo l IMHIMIilMtltttiMMMMItiHIIIIIIIMIIliiHilH BUSINESS CLASSIFIED BOOSTERS t


June .The Baptist min PORTLAND ii Business) Boosters received after(classified 10 o'clock advertisements -,

ister recently. called to Oviedo con midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto -... ....
June I Ii column. f. .. ....f. ,.
ducted services here Sunday 8'j ATLAS Classify" ... \ _
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Boosters of five lines less -;:- :'
On account of illness in his familyhe i I ii or -approximately : "'M -
CEMENT"TilE 30 words-one time, 25 '
has not been able to bring them ;I cents; three times 50 ; one week ,LI,;, J- ; 'I.... =
to Oviedo yet, but expects to do so I (six daily and one weekly editions) .. .r3.:.: ', ;'ft.f.'. ..-,, ..',
in the future. I $1.00; one month, $3.00.L "J.f;. : :: .
near "
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II STANDARD. BY WHICH : : .: .: : ..' J', ". ;:rJ' /' X" _
June 15 Children'sDay \ / ; .......
Next b .
Sunday, r.t '' ':A..
P. COOK'S FISH
ALL OTHERS ARE MEASURED" : MARKET. Phone i iI .- 1.t t: : .
the Ovie- 'Nr
held at d
will be
Exercises 271. 5-28-tf I II : ;: .x ;t; : : i'-17
which the I __ t-, : A _
public '
do Methodist church to .
Vi
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is most cordially invited. The faith-ladies Tampa I am and State Jacksonville.Distributor,Have maintaining just received stocks in both Tampa in I FOR touring HIRE-Nice car. Large seven and passenger roomy. .r.#., ;:.r.-->>? ( '.-:;.....-;::,\>;';4' :.I..J".,.., ',,?""' "?l.if'" .,;.'.....V.....t'. 1 L.;01"... ,
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It and children are working 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY rs .,rc:::. y.
fully in order to do themselves crediton have a schooner load of 13,200 at my Jacksonville I y A Vacation Hint .i'. ;
agency
that much for the a let in Thornton Park, nice ir "
a day means so i I about the 20th of this month. a j; 'I,

children.. 'I This is the largest single shipment of cement ever I,Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl i //I. n I: I II Before you buy a railroad ticket ()

,' Oviedo is progressing not only in a shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unload- .... for this or that summer resort, ;p
business way, but in building up a I ing, or soon will be, ORDER AT ONCE for ship side FOR RENT-Six room flat with ah k come in and look at our MidSummer t
social life, for her people. A I modern conveniences. Apply 306
young to save handling and warehouse Woolen line and let makea
I delivery so as charges. \ North Orange avenue. 6-10 6t us
Boy Scouts' Club is being organized
cool
Summer
Outing Suit for
with Mr. John McKenzie as leader; WIRE ME AT :MY EXPENSE FOR PRICE. DELIVERED Do you want to pick up an auto : you. r

the girls are being organized as Camp TO ANY POINT IN THE STATEJELK'S bargain? If so, read the advertise I itt,., 11 We make a specialty of Nor- _,

Fire Girls; the young men are organ- ment of the San Juan Garage. folks and will be pleased to .:-.
izing a band and'the ladies already show you a few of our latest
have Music Lovers' Club and OAK HILL is the beautiful
a a subdivision h models.Men's .
MACON BRICK for all Purposes
Magazine Club. The Sunday schoolsare to the Northeast of the city andI
LEGGS' Pressed and Fancy Brick still have some choice lots there.
growing all the time. It is goodto Carl Jensen. i P Fashion ShopHand
see people take hold wholesome BIBBS' Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster V Y
) '
uplifting pleasures. FOR RENT-Five room cottage with BuildingCor. ::10

Building materials are coming into i W R Fuller Trackage Offices Salesrooms and, wharves Yards, i all auto modern, or horse conveniences.and buggy.Garagefor Apply Church and Orange Orlando

Oviedo every day. Not only are new Hendry and Knight Terminals 515 East street. 5-15 tf C
buildings going up but those who already TAMPA FLORIDA i J/lillil/ i'lf ::!";11 lj..JJJiiIlG'I..;, .

own buildings are remodelingand READ THISI
repairing which all spells prosperity .4itmiMMMtinillMMMHtM miimilMHIMat am offering my stock of groceriesfor -

-- sale at reduced prices for cash. 11111111111111111,1111111111111110111111111111,1111 .

Clouds, after having played Tanta- Lake Charm this week. Mrs. Lein ACORNS AND THEIR USES Every day is sale day till closed out.

lus for a number of days, finally, on hart has been in Sanford with her Very little attention has been givenin T. J. SHEPARD. ORLANDO
Monday afternoon hung over Oviedo daughter, Mrs. Minor and her infant T.T.S. every-other-day-tf.
this country to the food value of
long enough for her to grand-daughter, Miss Minor. I
get a splendid
it is well known that
acorns although
FOR SALE-New house and lot in
Mr. Mead has been away for sever- BUSINESS COLLEGE
rain.Mrs. they are used as food for cattle, hor- Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay
Lawton and Miss Helen Law- al days and Mrs. Womble has kept
ses, swine, turkeys, and those of sev- ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, :
ton have returned from a trip extend- Mrs. Mead company during his ab- : Sentinel Office.
eral species of white oaks are also
ing over several weeks. They reporta sence.
most pleasant and beneficial time. The Oviedo Magazine Club met with i j eaten by man. FOR SALE My Place, 7 acres 2
I' The acorns of white oaks are mostly horses one two-horse one MODERN COURSES IN
Mr. Aulin, with his daughter, Miss Mrs. B. G. Smith last Friday. :Mrs. wagon
large and the trees in general produce buggy also 80 acres 2% miles from
Mary Aulin, has departed for a visit Smith expects to entertain the Club' fruit very abundantly. The Indiansin Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E.
with relatives in Louisiana. for the three next meetings. "The California always gathered the J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando, Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor

Miss Nellie King spent last week in Spider" will be discussed at one ofi I acorns of the California live oak, and Florida. tf poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,
Orlando taking the examinations for these meetings. '!
: years of great scarcity often caused GROVES TAKEN CARE OF Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
teachers' license.Mr. Mrs. Hope, Misses Maggie and Jennie -1
much misery. The acorns were gathered Plowing, mowing, team work, heavy
Fred Polhill of Tampa paid his Hope and Master Richard Hope I Il CommetciaL t.dtlcttic;, j' :t ;}
ho \\2. 1A 3.5 xj' > > .e.P.
I by thesgua t res4s 2'1 Sbs 11 / 4 t. PJl PJ
p ;pJ..w.f JJ P hr acrd cla: 1a rcz ire.l : 't"'e- J -( d>> (" 4t:: < Alga, -t ""b7l1J71VtS]! recea 1.1titt\1. pz p 7'th a> }er3'e ,Fos 8ai'isPaeZ: (Jn
>% affy stored in fottow oak trees in
or
I in line oJ wrk. L.)1. HALL
of Valdosta Ga. is in, every ,
,
Mr. Robert Lawton is Mr. Denmark, '
to
very glad caches. They' were prepared for eat- 608 Division street, Orlando, Fla. DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced
be borne again after his winters' study; town to see his groves. >, ing by grinding and boiling them with 5.141 mo.
at Auburn. All of and supplies I
,i sorts people are
water into thick which
a paste, was
: Last Sunday, Miss Morris, Misses: passing through Oviedo daily entoute' baked into bread. The oven consistedof FOR SALE Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
Anna and Elida Mr. for the lumber camp being establishedon Good Horse, buggy and harness-
McCulley Clayton a hole in the ground about eighteen Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
Armor and Mr. Charles McCulley the Florida East Coast Railroad j 1 I I. Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Or-
i inches each Red-hot stones
1 way. ates.
i motored over to Wekiwa Springs for I I at Lake Pickett. I II were placed in the bottom of it and a lando, Fla 5-27 tf

the. .,.day... 'i I I Tom Graham,, a. well known and little dry sand or loam placed over FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho- Patronize Home Institutions.
'
Miss l'erez, bliss Taylor, Mesdames much respected old negro, was buriedhere them. Next a layer of dry leaves was dist Church. Whole or part. Withor
Drawdy and Farnell, with Mr. Mitchell Sunday morning, June 8th. I spread over this and the dough or without dwelling Address or wire. I

went on a picnic Saturday. A number of Oviedo people expectto paste poured into the hole until it E. N. Coy Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf For Prices and Terms call on or address:

Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. hear Evan Pattishall's organ recital was two or three inches deep. A layerof FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room

Kelsey, with the children, Mr. and in Sanford Tuesday evening. I leaves, more sand, red-hot stones house; large lot full of fruit trees.

Mrs.,Hunt, with their small daughter, Mr.1 and Mrs. Wicks, of Geneva, and finally earth was placed on top. Apply 308, Robinson avenue Otlallifo Bllille i L ll

Barbara Whether, started out "a-fishing." were guests of Mrs. Howard Sun-; At the end of five or six hours the GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up s ss College[

the fish materialized or not dayMr. ( stones had cooled and the bread, eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and
and Mrs. Williams, of Lake
is another question. which '
was an irregular mass nearly Brailed. Five burner cooking plate.
PHONE 597
THIRD FLOOR
Mr..Ben. Jones, of Miami, is in Picket, were in town Friday after black in color, was taken out.-Scien- : Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm

Oviedo relieving his brother, Mr. Batz noon. tific American.
BUILDING ORLANDO FLA.
Jones, who is ill. j,I! Mr. M. M. Smith, of Winter Park, EVERY BODY'S DOING IT I HAND ,
I Automobiling, we are open for dates
Mrs. Rigby has returned from her has been in Oviedo on business this
I i picnic parties, or a crowd for an |f IH MMttliM Ml IMIItHIMMt 111111111111111111
week.
visit Jacksonville and is now with
her daughter, Mrs. Smith. Mesdames Foster Allison and Pur- evening drive. Call 360 or ask for
I C. W. Willsby, Careful driver. 5-13-tf
Miss McSweeney, who has spent dem, of Viking, were in Oviedo one I

the winter with her sister, Mrs Henry day recently. fly .. FOR RENT

Yonge, leaves Tuesday June, 10, for I I Nice large rooms, furnished. Con Sentinel Ads. Advertisers

her home in Canada. I The Cocoa-Rockledge News says. I TAtMPADAIILYCO, venient for business people, also light i Pay

Mrs. Lewis, of Lakeland, is with I I"We wish our Northern visitors could t TOMPT house keeping. Delightful location

her daughter, Mrs. Harvey Moore for see the walk fronting the Indian Riveras with or without board. Terms very I I

the present.Mr. I it is now in lotus, with the tall ,I reasonable. Address, "C" care
E. A. Douglas is home again bushes of pink and white oleanders tinel office. sen-I I

from Tallahassee. He says he doesn't I meeting overhead and forming a bower IIUIJ HI TU1 A 11 111 VIkj: --- _ . . . ....... .AAAAA. AA. . . .LLLL&

know what about the officer for Seminole of beauty that cannot be surpassed -. ; ARE JUDGED GROVE FOR SALE
$1,600 cash needed-2 1-3 acres,, 150
climate not whereit
county'elIrs. in any we care
I ) Charles West is now at home is." By comparison. There MUST bea trees-orange, grapefruit and lemons
standard in Ice Cream. POINSETTIA Take The r Family and Go Caffiping
on Lake Charm, after a visit to her is the recognized stand- a bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken
rrom it last winter. 5 miles Southeast
friends and relatives in Nashville and The contract has been let for the ard, and we maintain the quality
Galatin,.,Tenn. erection of another winter home i ir I at such a high degree of perfectionthat of Orlando at Conway. 5 room house, Spend the summer on one of the numerous lakes on
Mrs. Joseph Leinhart is expected i 1 Seabreeze. competition is hardly notice : 3 churches, school and store right at

I able. ,ioor. No commission-deal direct the Beach. Now is your time to buy,
Made of PURE cream, with owner. Will trade for city prop-

sterilized the products of erty. Address, R. J. PIATT,
inspected and passed dai
ries. R. F. D., No. 1, Orlando, Fla.

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA 5-22 tf i CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25
MADE .
IN A PALACE OF
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cleanliness and by the most SAVE TIME 6 MONEY!

modern machinery. OKM* YtU*. ,7h'e ITOOLQR. CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
Regular DownpourOF HAtfTOftfHIHEPUTtfronwr I

Pf2\ U1GRAVlnHI Camp cots. and everything to go camping.

BETTER THAN THE / 'JTOVAILUOTAMMfLAl.
\ Nltft CUii R KltlfT KlUiPR9nPT -
BESTIts I MAIL ORDtR JCIiYICEJ J
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for :... .
BARGAINSR sale I THE
in your town
Paul A. Horn i

FOR SALE BY I II I i HELMS HARDWARE


By securing your personal V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. ,i! CONTRACTOR and BUILDER L COMPANY

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. I

needs now, you can make more FIA. iiilMMMIIHIIMIilillMMMHMItiHt
No. 1 0. Box 624 Orlando. Fla i i11111
clear money than by any day's I

work have done +t.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. I' III 011 11111 IIILI 1I
you ever Everything .
I
i, JUST RECEIVEDNEW
?'\ in our store is being sold : : WE PAY A PREMIUMFOR : I

: at a sacrifice.Be i YOUR CASH Autos For Rent at t


.::" sure and visit our store. It :! ,.. Any Hour I LINE OF
; By giving you MORE and BETTER t
: will: eventually pay you. Remem- I material for LESS price We
I : -carry in stock ', I BULGARIANLollars
ber lookers are welcomed as politely Seven Passenger
I
EVERYTHINGFrom

I as buyers. ;4 i the brick for -the foundation to Ii STEVENS DURYEA and

s : inside finish-you can buy from 111 Trimmings
everything you may need for build
ing or construction. We sell direct Ride in a Good Car.'Phone .
!I to the builder.
Brown & '
LartigueMen's -

'! ; DYE LUMBER COMPANYGainesville MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN

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and Outfitters ',
Boys'
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A Highly Should Contagious Not Be Neglected.Disease That I I iro fI :t l LUCERNE[ [ 1 THEATER[ [

cough quite Many without as persons tedious serious: and retard(imitortame.annoying whooping, Unfortunately but ORLANDO O BANK 4 K & 1 TRUST 1 COMPANY I


that mistake often loads A
to the neglect; : of the disease itself and I' Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total MOTION PICTURES

the failure to holate the patient properJy ,
Recent statistics show that of Resources over Three-quarters ol a Million.
the children under one tear of age; who 1 i
hatevhoopinj:coush one in four dips i I Statement of the Orlando Bank an!
!The mortality,'vrca es rapidly with I -- -- Thursday's ProgramA
: Trust Co, at Close of Business
advancing; ai. and at five years of I
ae only one patient in fifty dies. Ten April Hth, WJ-The Sereith FEATURE HEADLINER
thousand children die of this disease
every year in the United States. '",,, 3 tr II Anniversary of
Even when \\hooping cough does not I
result fatally it is still to be dreaded IU Existence ; "BREAD CAST UPON THE WATER" Broncho Feature ; ; '

for it may be followed by consump. I .w tv'r I In Two Parts-A thrilling military and dramatic sub-

tlon, since! the patient's powers of re6l I ject, in which a Union Captain during the Civil War

the>tan--e violent are and often exhausting greatly weakened eouph.; by I I .. RESOURCES has his heart touched by the pathetic pleading of a

The disease i is highly contagious, although I I ; Loam and Discoanta.....$363,197.81Overdrtfti boy for the return of his pet pony. Later, woundedand

the offending perm has not yet r ;4 .c 't .............. 922.8E in danger of being captured, the boy repays the
been dNcorervd Consequently the I Imotll.r I Real Estate, Furniture debt of gratitude and by a daring ride delie\ers the

or the nurse of a child with and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 dispatches of the captain and saves the Union Army .
|\vhonplng cough outfit never to take it from
Into public or to entertainments t : Stocks and Bonds ........ 26,018.33 annihilation. The boy's sister. A loyal Southern -
conveyances girl, is won by the Kindness of the
captain and joyfully -
or send it to school or to Cash on hand and in Banks S8,! 7.S1 ...
welcomes him when he returns
from
church--anywhere, in short, where it r 1 i war.

will expose other children to the infec- Total ...............,$789,260.08 1.

tion.The Remember this is another one of those "Broncho tFeatures"
disease begins:: like a simple cold I ; LIABILITIES thrilling
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In the head and rapidly goes to the M" and when you see one of these you see the
chest The cough is at first short and .7 Capital Stock .. .. .......$100,000.00 best. "No exceptions."
sharp, but gradually: increases in severity i Surplus and Undivided

and occurs in paroxysms. At the Profits ... ............. 24,14155
end of one of thee attacks the air is j Deposits ................ 665.115.53 MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
pumped completely( out of the lungs
and the child feels that he must take a i F t,, v h r 'ft. NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
deep breath at once. But now a spasmof I .{ F Total ................$78 .! O.oa
the larynx occurs, and only a small I V
opening is I left for the air to enter. ---- i 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each i
Through this opening the child draws I Deposits April 4,1913.$592,875.65 I I';
his eager breath and thus makes the I GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST1111.JIIIClllliIOllllllllleIIOllltlll'IIIIIII.IIIII.
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peculiar noise of "whoop" that gives Deposits April 16, 1913... 665,115.53

the disease its name. I UiitW States GflTenunent, State and Coanty Depositary Increase In 12 days ......$.72419.88 .
Often vomiting follows a severe attack J

Is nosebleed of coughing or ,hemorrhage and sometimes from there the '-- -.; 0 -i-I 0 1P 1111111111111,111.,1,11,1.1111111 = 1.,1111.1111111.

throat or ftito the eyes.
Never neglect the treatment of 111111111111111111111111101111111111111111111111111111""It till 11111 11111 III' ,
whooping cough At present we knowof
THE MARKETOf
DO cure for the disease, but the child
should always be under the care of a
physician, who can do much to mitigate W. M. SLEMONSBecause

prevent the serious severity(complications.of the cough and to' Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH j

Companion.DO .

AND SALT MEATS
YOU LOVE YOUR WORK? summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We

If You Do Not, Then You Are Simply carry a large stock of desirable goods. FISH AND GAME

Wasting Your Efforts. .
If your work Is a burden, if it Is WHITE GOODS in great variet COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GING- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

drudgery to you, you have not found HAMS, RATINE, SILKS, SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.We .
your place In life. If you are in the Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
right place you will feel every faculty sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
pure.
and function in you tugging away at and $3.00.Ladies'. .

your within purpose you will with give delight its consent Everything, its approval and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We anti iupesttat aid furantee satisfaction. We have

to your choice. WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.
The mental attitude which we hold
toward our work or our aim has everything RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.We .
| to do with what we accomplish.
If you go to your work like a slave carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKET

| lashed to his task and see in it only
Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
drudgery; if you work without hope.

see no future in what you are doing be- Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON H. M. Self & Co.
| bare if
yond getting a living; you see
I no light ahead, nothing but poverty HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It .
deprivation and hard work all your : ..
life; if you think that you are destined! is'our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. 18.20 PINE STREET

| to such a hard life you cannot expect :
to get anything else than that for Phone No. 80
| which you look. :
Every one should go to his work with
I the same eager spirit as the great mas- : W. M. SLEMONS'
ter approaches his canvas with his
soul led by a great longing and heart :
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hunger, an all absorbing eagerness to 1""ttt"'tt"IIIIIIIII'IIIIIIII'llellllllltllrlItltttlllllll lllllllllill j 1COOK
transpose to the canvas the mighty picture -
| which is consuming his soul. I LIGHT THE
It you approach your work as though '> HliltetitMImiMtmnitmitCtMMMMIIitltllimilMltlttilllMMHMft.
it: were a burden which you would glad I I.I I.
lly get rid of if you could and do it : I PATH TO PROSPERITY I
IF YOU WANT THE
merely from a sense of duty you will I LATESTIX
continue to be a nobody In the world. : J I
That sort of spirit never lifts a man Merchants who Electric lose
use Signs never 'l
out of m'lliorrlty.-Orbon Swett Mar __ I
[den in Nautilus Magazine. t&tVf 2 1 t&D{Sr?>>|> &?r7f7 35g 7U2& W $(K- <

THE LllOF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, i cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new c J
Queer Viet For the Crocus.
The crocus is nowadays held to Justify HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers il you use an Electric Sign. It acts
its existence by its beauty, but in I all
irresistible
like the
an magnet, drawing
bygone centuries It was cultivated DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO-
with an eye to profit, its saffron being trade within its reach: That is the reason :
SATISFACTION
MON. GUARANTEED OR MONEY
I in high demand both as an aromatic. J they command the attention ol buyers. f Ia
and as a flavoring: for cakes and pies.A REFUNDED.
f
distillation of crocus blossoms also A

was held to be good for strengthening j For Store Owner
Every {
the lungs and heart and as a preven-
tire of plague. Evidence of the How B. Salomon Orlando (\ I.
u's commercial value survives in the No matter how small his business, the Elec-
[name of the chief center of its cultlva ,
I tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
lion Saffron Waldeu. but saffron now I
allays is appreciated only by the sparrows till 11111 11111 11111 I1111 1111I 11111 11111 11111 I' 11111 III 11'llllllllllltl advertising.Phone .

which wreck the crocuses to ob-
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luia It-London Chronicle.A --- for our Sign Designer to call and submit

a sketch.
Mother's Kis WELCOME TO
"Having grossly offended my mother WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us.-No Expense to You.
I
one day." wrote Mme Schreck "I ROYAL PALM I
blood expecting reproof In return. To I
]my amazement that beautiful woman THE MOST OF THE BEST
I stooped and kissed me. I burst into I BARBER SHOP { '
tears. I was overwhelmed with I'' For the Least b T
shame. It seemed to me I never again Modern and Complete. ;1 : mil
[could do enough; to show her the loyal-I
Ity of my heart.-Mothers' : Everything new, individual IT GAS

Sad Fail I 1 electric attachments at every
chair. No stone has been left L TenderJuicylYleats nnMA 10 !tA t AdllA NAAOAA'AAQ l l
last"Pop eight", did you hurt yourself] much upturned to make this shop j

meet th erequirements of the
"Hurt myself! What on earth does You can always depend on getting the best al our "
|the child mein7'"Why most particular. Plenty of Subscribe For The Sentinel.MltllllMttHKMMimntttttMMHttttMHMIIM.
Jimmy Smith's papa said he ,i I room. Courteous attendants. market, and you will find (there is a wonderful differ- ,, i

saw you fall off the water wagon."- ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, ence in meats. I : -
i
(Baltimore American. I
II Proprietor.
I I
French Orange Ave.. Orlando, Fla.
Cookery. I REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER I
American (reading the menu at a restaurant 1 W& f
In Paris-Xorwegian ancho- ''I PIGUEI,
lest York barn Frankfurt sausages
: ; Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
Dutch cheese And this Is what they GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections BOONE STREET .
all French cu-. (ng-Pete: Mele. at about one-third less than us- ORLANDO, FLA. ., 1-2 day 1.50
ual list prices. Full line in stock. I.
Success. W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church I PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50
Servant (to his master, an anthorSir )- "
there are l::..bbl people In the street streetIf 1-2 day 2.50J.
|who are tkuioring to know what boh.g
have house for -
you a rent, ad- -
to h.: ow Tele Mele, vertise in the Sentinel's classified column B. Magruder & SonHiiiiiiHtimiiiHiiiiimmiMMiiiMiiiiiniM
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PROVIDENCE NOT RESPONSIBLEA ,
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good many of the eight hundred
Louis C. Massey, President.T. .
thousand people who call Florida

Pkton Wtrlow. Viec.Pra. 8. Mars .... CuhfcrSamuel their home, and of the million or more
who visit the State every year, regard
Howard C. Babcock. Mat Cubicr A.Newell Aut Cuikr
malaria as an unavoidable and inevitable :

affliction imposed by the inscrutable :

THESTATE wisdom of Divine Provij :
What is theCHRISTMAS
dence, for reasons too deep for them .

to fathom. Therefore, they go on :

from year to year inviting it and :

taking no precaution to escape it. I
BANK
It is, rather, a direct and natural : SAVING .

consequence of their neglect, a pen- :

alty that follows a carelessness which :

is nothing more nor less than stupid. ,

of OrlandoTHE Plain talk, but it's a fact. )i: CLUB ?

Malaria is carried from one human :

being to another by a certain species I'

of mosquito, the anapheles, and in no

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND other way. This insect must have I Merely a number ol people who arrange to systematically

bitten a person who has the disease I
in his system, before it can itself save certain odd pennies each week with the positive as-
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communicate the disease. Therefore,! surance that they will receive a check two weeks before .

if there are no cases of malaria in :
The Bank which transacts more business than the community, the disease can not I Christmas for every penny they have saved.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa be carried, hence, the particular insect -

not dangerous, only annoying.This .

particular mosquito bites onlyin I
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up the late afternoon and at night. It ,

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound does not work in the day time. i You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.

If every person who really wants
I
careful attention to the -
legitimate
banking principles with to avoid the disease and who is unwilling -

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis to take his chances of acquiringit The 2 cents the first

reuected in the large amount of deposits. will protect himself against the at- week "club" nets you $11 .
tacks of this insect between five

Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 o'clock in the afternoon and daylightof

next morning, he will discover that

Divine Providence is on the side of

I FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur the man who takes care of himself.

There are in, this enlinghtened day IT IS WORTH WHILE !

some who do not accept this germ

theory of malarial transmission. But
correspondent banks are located in every part of
science waives aside such opinions
Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more lull),
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the with the positive proofs of repeated
experiments and experience. The or better still join some club now.

United States. Pontine Marshes of Rome are believed -

I to be as thoroughly infected with
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CHULUOTA SUNBEAMS GENEVA JOTTINGS civilized Malarial world.sickness is present in the The Peoples National Bank"It

vicinity without interruption from
Fla. June 11. Reverem
Geneva, -
Chuluota, Fla., June n.-Thel| to An eminent English
year year.
A. L. filled his
Hope appoint-
for the
rainfall has been quite heavy physician lived for weeks in the is a pleasure to serve you." ,
ment at the Methodist church Sun-
past few days.Something midst of this miasma, breathing in
that day, preaching two very interestingand
reminds us sum-
the moist air with all its disagreeableodors
instructive sermons to a well fill-
mer Some is near.of our stockmen are gather- ed house. taking only the precaution to rntttttttttttt%%% its is is usu
in carefully screened tent and
sleep a
Misses Ramona McClain and Geor-
and
horns pasturingthem
ing their long not allowing himself to be bitten by
Pattishall who have been attend-
tender of the gia ,
the nice grass
on at time. A IMMItllllllllllllitlllilMMMIMMMntUMMIiMMIIIIimillitittMtll itd
con-
any mosquitoes any
will be ing school in Tallahassee, returned to
St Johns. Hence they soon
siderable period of living in these
furnishing us with some very choice I II their homes here Thursday to spend
malaria and
I surroundings brought no
vacation.
their
beef. I other physical disorders. H
no N. P. YOWELL'SCLEW
Charley Steever was the guest of:. The heavy rains Monday did much: Taking then some mosquitoes from
Evan Pattishall of Geneva for several good to the crops. Now, you farmerscan
this locality he sent them to Englandand
get busy and plant potatoes.
last week.
days allowed them to bite a vigorous
The Ladies' Missionary Society met Master Herbert Squire of Sanfordis in health. After
at the home of Mrs. I. L. Hodges last visiting his friends, Tommy and young man perfect
:the usual period of incubation,
germ
Lee McClain of this
"The Great place.
Thursday evening. Topic:
this had clearly defined
Messrs. David Speer and Reed Doo- I young man a
This interesting SALE !
Southwest" was an and severe attack of malaria of the
by ley made a business trip to Orlando
lesson, which was interspersed : Roman type. Similar records are
the Saturday.Mrs.
several selected hymns. During
,abundant in medical books and journals. -
social hour, which followed, the ser- Grant and David made a bus- .
dainti- iness trip to Sanford Monday.Mrs. .
served the.
vice, Mrs. Hodges
This malarial which is
germ, car-
lemonade.G. McClain and family and a
est of cake and ried by the mosquito, has its own
M. Jacobs and son, George spent few friends. spent Monday on Lake name-hematozoon. It is infinites- In cleaning up our stock we find that there has been an accumula- ;
last week in Or- Harney.Mr.
several days over
ange gathering beef cattle. Tarbell's new residence is vidual imally develops small, so and small grows that to the matur-indi- tion of Odds and Ends, which were overlooked during our hustle ;

Mrs. Roy Tucker, of Conway, is nearing. completion. ity inside the human red blood cell, of the Hidden Hand Sale have decided close them regardless
visiting Mrs. George Jacobs this I Mr. Charles T. Steever, of Chuluotawas so to out ;
feeding on its contents and finally
in Geneva last week '
week. friends.Mr. visiting bursting the cell wide open. When of cost. You WILL FIND THEM DISPLAYED ON THREE TABLES.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simmons hav-
this bursting or sporulation, occurs, *
.
and Mrs. Oscar Holder of Jack-
the month at Titus-
ing spent past the germ breaks into a large numberof These all Good Fresh Goods '
ville, returned to their home last Fri- sonville, are visiting relatives in Gen- are
pieces, and each piece enters into

eva.Miss another blood cell and the of
day.J. process
W. Peade left Monday for his Alice Farley, who has been
incubation is I
New Hampshire home, having spent visiting friends here, left Monday repeated indefinitely.This Table No. One Table No. Two
process occupies only forty-
night for her home at Malabar,
the past two weeks here in the interest ac-

Mr. of and his Mrs.grove.T. C. Brannon and | will companied spend several by Miss weeks Kate with Flynt her., who eight eration hours of the and hematozoon whenever comes a new from gen- India Linon, Flowered and Plain Lawns Dimities, Organdies, ;

I '
children, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McCall, Alfred Mrs. Gladdick and little grand-son the every cells other, the day.patient If there has a are chill-two Lawns, Plain and Striped Ging- Nainsooks, Flaxons and Cor- ; ;

of Oviedo, were pleasant visitors at Beggs, who have been visiting
the Palm last Thursday. relatives here returned to Titusville sets of these germs at work incubat- hams, \1% to 20c values. i duroys.
ing on days alternate from each other
Visitors to Orlando last week were, Monday night.
the patient has a chill day-
Miss May Long, Miss Bertha Jacobs, Quite a number of young people double infection. every Clean-Up Sale Clean-Up Sale
a
Miss Liza Graves, S. F. Long and Billy spent the day on Lake Harney Satur- 11 Ifici
Jacobs. day, fishing, bathing, etc. The cure of this diesaes is frequentand Per Yard C Per Yard
repeated doses of quinine, whichis
Mrs. Dooley entertained a numberof i
Most day face
every we see a new
a poison to these germs. But be- ---- -- ---
friends at her home on Lake Gen-
in our little town, looking for a loca-
tion, and, is there a better section in eva in honor of Prof. E. G. Patti- fore the cure can be complete, the Table No. Three -

Seminole county than Chuluota? shall, who has just returned from system must be so thoroughly satu-
New York, where he has been rated with the quinine that the blood
en-
Come receive along you.good people, we are gladto gaged in the study of music for sev- and the spleen itself are completely White and colored Voile, Suecine Silk, plain and fancy colors;
impregnated with it.

eral Guests months.at the Geneva House last But how much better and more ast- Kimona Crepe, plain and fancy colors; French Ginghams, in stripes
WAS COLD HERE isfactory is the than the
week were, Mr. Reed Dooley, How- prevention and checks.
cure! Medical science in these daysof
ard and
George Montgomery, Frank

humming Very few"In local the citizens Good Old were Summertime" heard- Sutton Leonard, Gordon and Mr.Flynt Walker., Mr. and Mrs. ing its persistenly highest development to prenent, is disease work-, These goods usually sell from 25 to 35 cents. 19c

yesterday, and if any wereguilty quite as much as to to cure it. It is I Clean-Up Sale, per Yard
the did so while around a
investigating that
it ef-
OUR NEW BAND causes may
blazing fire at home. Overcoats
were
fectively prevent. It has discoveredthe
in evidence everywhere and small The splendid music rendered by the causes of malaria and it has

columns of smoke were seen curling new band at the carnival shown how
Tuesday to avoid it. The way is :
from chimneys all over the city. night convinced every body that Or- simple-keep away from the anoph- N. P. YOWELLThe

Many of the farmers who visited the lando is in a fair way to have a great les, or keep it away from you.
city predicted that the cool weather
band again.
Knowing its working hours, it is
would seriously injure the cotton cropif The boys are showing themselves easy to avoid it during those hours,

continued.-Spartanburg Herald. musicians and with tenacity of pur- and the way is careful and effective Big White Store

pose they will soon enable Orlando to screening. Screen the open porchesor
THE NEW LAWYER boast the Champion band of the don't
state. sit on the porch late in the
A good band next winter will provea day and at night. Screen the sleeping I. MMtf 11111 11111 11111 11111 lei 11111 11111 "a""MiniiiMiniimiinmni
Billy Beardall, one of Orlando'sshining
valuable asset during the tourist room and screen the bed and I -- -
young legal lights, returned .
season.A screen them carefully. There is no FOR SALE AT THE FAVORITE TODAYA NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE
from Tallahassee last night wherehe BIDS
and sure.
had gone to take the examinationfor Great "Imp" Feature -
SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING other way and this way is effective Practically new Rambler Automobile Bids will be received for the .
admission to the State bar. The Their Shadowed Veils (ImpAn over-
certificate which he held, however, The new buff brick building at the If you have malaria blame your- equipped with Presto lights, top, II absorbing Imp Drama featuring Mr. hauling and construction of rooms in
self and
from Stetson University admitted corner of Church and Boone streets not Providence.-State Boardof curtains, windshield, speedometer, King Baggot. the Court House for jury quarters.

him without examination and now is one of the finest business blocks in Health. clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra !i The Marriage Lottery (Imp). A 1 Plans and specifications will be on file

Mr. Beardall is qualified to practicein the city. It lacks just one thing. It CHAPMAN tire, tube and complete set tools and !i splendid Imp comedy. in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit .

any court in the State. ought to be three stories high. The -HOUSE accessories.: Home and Mother (Nestor) A Court Bids will be received up

At present Mr. Beardall will hold I day is not far distant when three, Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 Also has auto trunk with two suitcases i touching Western drama. to the meeting of the Board of Coun-

forth in the office of Attorney C. B four and five story bildings will be West Central avenue; Mrs. M. Mc- for touring. Reason for sell- Pineapple Industry (Imp). An In- ty Commissioners on the First Monday -

Robinson. demanded in Orlando. The city i is Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo. ing have no further use for car. dustrial feature. in July.

growing, property values are growingand Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. By order of County Commissioners.

Subscribe for the Sentinel business is expanding each year Subscribe for the Sentinel L-page-5-26-tf I I Admission five cents to all. i j B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.