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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 14, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
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PEOPLE'S PAPER


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

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VOLUME ONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SATURDAY. JUNE 14TH, 1913.

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CAROLINE SIGHTS U OF OVER THAT AMOUNT IIOl'SE(
STATEMENTS THERE
i WILL BE NO GREAT DAM- FORMER (.()n-nxOl: { OF WEST
WELL
ONE ABOUT THE SAME SPOT GOES TO VARIOUS ACTIVITIES i SHOW NO STRINGENCY IN 1 i AGE TO CHOPSS .\ KESI'LI VIRGINIA SAYS STATE OF KNOWN BARXESVILLE

WHERE TilE TITANIC SANK OF TIlE PRESBYTERIAN CITY DESPITE RUMORS OF THE EDUCATOR WILL MOST LIKELY -
RECENT
I'NSEA- | WAR EXISTED AM DRASTIC

-OLYMPIC PASSES ONE CHURCH I FROM WALL STREET SON ABLE WEATHER. 1 JlE.1SCKES ARE REQUIRED BE SELECTED TO MERCER -

New York, June 13.-Passengers on Philadelphia, June 13.-Funds aggregating i Local bankers* are of the opinion : Washington, D. C., June 13.-Officials Special to the Sentinel. PRESIDENCY i

the French liner Caroline, running than of ;that there is Atlanta, Ga. June
more a quarter a no cause for fear of a of the department of 'I 13.-While non
: Charleston
:from Havre to Quebec and New York, million dollars are bequeathed in yogi money panic in the country in the ture believe that there will lJricul-I'!! the senatorial, W. Va., June 13.- i definite announcement has been made

and now lying at Forty-second street, ous activities of the Presbyterian.I near future. This fact was learned (i I i great or widespread damage to crops!I'' mining conditions investigation former of the as to who will succeed Dr. S. Y-

watched with awe on May 21 a huge church by the will of J. Milton Col- j this morning by a representativeI as a result of the unseasonable ,: ock went the Go'ernorGlass Jameson, whose resignation as presi

iceberg on the vessel's starboard ton, a former Philadelphia banker, I iof i The Metropolis who interviewed weather now prevailing over much I on stand this afternoon dent of Mercer University was recently
i and told of the
probated yesterday in Norristown.The .i 1 a number of the city's leading bank- ; of the country. conditionsthat asked for by the board of Iras'
side.The I led
; to the
berg was sighted at 5.55 a. m., estate is valued at $1,500,000. Af ;i ers. There are two reasons for the! No official reports have been'! calling out of the tees, well founded rumors from authoritative
as yet State militia June 26th the
when the Caroline was at 47.44 de ter providing for his widow and other .I sanguine view taken. One is the fact I( received by the department, but the !I of martial law declaration sources have it that the

grees north and 50.41 west, in prac members of his family, a fund of ,, that Secretary of the Treasury Ic- experts expressed the opinion tha i and lifting of it October Spetember 2nd mantle will fall upon the shoulders of

the waters in which the $350,000 is created and divided into Adoo has on 12th. Prof. E. T.
tically same : offered to put in circulation there need be fear of Holmes, of Barnes't.iUtv
I > no a fruit or He stated the first
Titanic sunk a last twenty Three to the | $500,000,000 of I I complaint received Ga., who for
was year ago parts. parts go : emergency currency vegetable famine and said that despite was from the a number of years occa-

April. board of foreign missions of the Presbyterian ;i in case of trouble, and, the other i is i predictions that the cool spell the railroad officers miners who said pied with distinction the chair 'of

The berg's dimensions were ascertained church to pay salaries ofi i that all of the banks have plenty of !I will continue for the next twenty ': their authority. He were exceeding Latin at the Baptist institution.It .

by Capt. L'Heveder with the missionaries; two parts to the Presbyterian money on deposit, as shown by their I four hours, probably no great harm of these railroad stated that three ] was during commencement week

use of the sextant. The ice mass was board of relief of disabled !: books. would be done to the corn and other j! brought before him and police had been of the Georgia School of Technology

910 feet long, 520 feet wide and 227 ministers and the widows and orphans |1 i Some concern had been expressed I, crops. The early spring plantin : summarily removed. two of them that the report began to circulate. Oil

feet above the water line. of deceased ministers, and three parts I lately because of the condition of the and the favorable conditions of these !; Borah persisted in Wednesday it was common talk in the

The liner Olympic, which came into to the board of publication of Sabbath I Wall Street market. Local bankers i t' crops are relied upon to offset an) i I from the witness getting that the admission Civil city and the report soon found its way

port early yesterday, passed within school work of the Presbyterian j were not in on the deal, but they effect the weather may have. authorities had not into the banquet hall of the Capita

lour miles of a big iceberg last Saturday church. I I were not sure of what might happen i I duties properly. Governor performed their City Club, where the chamber of com

< morning. The spot was latitude The remaining parts are for !local' and to make themselves safe they ;( OKEECHOBEE EXPLORERS! stated there had been Glasscock merce entertained the Tech graduates

43.38, and longitude 42.31, much further Presbyterian charities and for the'! have been slow to make loans for the ,:, I which pitched battles, .. of 1913.
meant that
: south than icebergs usually float. founding and endowment of a Young I.i past few months. However, they have ( Our Rollins boys, who, about ten and the most a drastic state of war existed During commencement Prof. Holm

The mass of gleaming white peaks Men's Christian Association at Abington on deposit large sums of money. In1! days ago left Kissimmee by measures has been a prominent figure at nearly
I canoe were required to meet the conditions.
100 feet high and 400 feet long, was where Mr. Colton lived. fact, the figures show $21,657,305 on'! for Miami via Kissimmee River, Lake I The Governor emphacized his belief I''i i all of the exercises. He arrived in the

moving eastward. deposit in Jacksonville banks. As Okeechobee and I city Monday and occupied apartment
drainage canals, have that the acts of the military commission
WANT FOREIGN CATTLE ADMIT-1: against this deposit the combined capital reached port and in a communication'to were legal. "I believed it then at the Piedmont Hotel. Because of

TRAVELING FOR A $10,000 PRIZE TED surplus and cash of the local l I the rumor that
the came
: ; Sentinel under the date of June II and believe it now," he said. directly front

Special to the Sentinel I bank is: Capital, $3,400,000; surplus, 12, say: .I Macon, Ga., his presence added zest tc--

New York, June 13.-Louis Grand-' Washington, June 13.-Fighting the I j $2,383,445, and cash, $6,494,297. These: '; "Arrived at Miami at 5 June''' the possibilities of it being true. Conspicuous -
,jean, who declares that he will win beef trust and its alleged monopoly' p. m., AN OUTRAGED PUBLIC
figures were compiled from the books] I j 19, after a hard paddle of 22 miles I | through his tall figure art
410,000 wager if he arrives in Paris of meats in this country and Argen- !of the I
banks _
after the. close of hn s against tide and wind. imposing appearance, the visitor hat
--- ----- -- -- We left Ukue
by July 15, is hoping to get the immigration tina, Gregg, of Texas, today intro : iness June 4th eeAn indignation meeting was held been the
on and do not inch of
chobee at 2:30 synocure and
June 6 and many
m., Utopia eyes
authorities to deport him. Ten duced a bill to let in cattle from Mexico the Germania Bank. p. in the city hall yesterday in which the i the
subject of
he he left Paris to win Honduras and j at 8 p. m. We were towed by the good citizens of Orlando as many whispered
!
years ago says Nicaragua. Thereis ; Figures from the protested
clearing house mail launch from Okeechobee conversations as the probable
to Uto- successor
the $10,000 stake put up at the Jockey quarantine regulations againstthe t ; show that : 'I: against the conduct of a woman l -
business is as good here pia. From or to Dr. Jameson.
Utopia traveled
all
Club there, that before July 15, 1913, admission of cattle that is tick in this spring as it usually is in the w'n and reached North we ing on the north side of lake Ivanhoe :

he could not visit in the fested. It is held : New RiverCanal : and a man who lives '
every country by Gregg and other ter. In fact, the clearings for last at 6:10 most any old PLOT TO KILL PRESIDENT OF
Saturday morning. After I
world always working his way, never southern members that cattle in Saturday amounted place. '
to a record. They breakfast VENEZUELA CRUSHED
being subsidized or accepting charity. warmer climates suffer from ticks were $1,082,693.58. The we pushed on six tY- The Sentinel would have no hesti-
total clears !
one miles to Ft. Lauderdale ,
Pennliess and hungry yesterday he and there is no infection of meat a trigs for last week arriving i tancy in publishing the names of I the
were $3,858,600, there Willemstad, Curacao
at 12 p. m. This was a forced June 13.-D
applied to the police for his arreston a result, Gregg wants this quaran- which is much better than the usual march and over 110 miles guilty parties were it not for the fact tail of the recent political

a charge of vagrancy, but when he tine regulation lifted to admit of tick weekly business were cov- that the brazen faced man has a most disturbances
during the winter, ; ered without in Venezuela, where
found that he might be sentenced to infected cattle to Texas below the : the best season of the year for business meals." a stop except for estimable family residing in the community of prominent a largtnumber

the work house for six months he saw present southern cattle quarantineline. m in this city. Local financial experts I' I1VOMEN''MAKE i who would be the real sufferers or took men were imprisoned

it would interfere with his getting to i from publicity.A flight following accusations -
; point to such facts as these to of
Paris on time, so he pleaded not guilty There such cattle can be slaughtered } ; prove that conditions PROTEST i committee was appointed who conspiracy against the
money here are : government reached here
and was released. lie took the adviceof and the meat thrown on the marketin better than i i will deal with the case as it deserves today.
usual, instead of being Rome June It is stated that
13.
:
The National a plot to
the police and will seek to be de competition with the present high ,, worse, as reported. and the fact that the man was in- assassinate -
i Council of Women President Juan Vineente
today made formal Gomez
ported. priced beef trust meats. This dieted in an adjoining county for
week's a
clearings to date indicate was frustrated
up -
the the
to by
protest government for alleged imprisonment
Grandjean passed through New ; similar offense makes his the
that case
exceptionally good bus- discrimination against Signora Lancelot of General Deljrado Chalbaud and
York in 2
1908 and called I more
upon MayorMcClellan WORKING ON .\ PAPER SCHEDULE iness is still being done. The total '! Croce in a recent aggravating. number of his friends. The
at the time. Since then hesa'S government In a less plot waf
for the orderly and law abaiding
past five days was $3.399,884.-: I to have been
competition for artistic .la.inna carried
he I
has been all through this -- community white
i! 08. These cappers would have
figures are the best
argument the mint. The of the Venezuelan
i new work
submittedby automobile
country, Canada, Japan, Australia, the Special to the Sentinel i against of hard ; meted out a deserved punishment ere
any cry times in club
few
Signora Croce a weeks
won for her the
Panama i this ago.
Philippines, and South Ameica. rWashington, June 13.The Finance/: this city. : time.
An
1 appointment of head engraver of the ; announcement of the
It government -
is
committee today wrote into the tariff !j Local financiers do not believe there I mint. Later she was notified that i! with reluctance that the Sen- saof'!;
she --
bill practically the I will be 1 I i,. t mel gives publicity to such f
,
exact text of print, any national panic. They nauseating "The
could not have the plot was
place the uncovered
TRAVELING "UP as petition i through
COUNTRY"IN section of the I conduct, and only does so that the
paper Canadian reciprocity point out that one-half billion of dol- I II Gen. Manuel
entailing grave responsibilityand : Caroo, who flatly refuse
AUTOMOBILESIL act passed last lars, if I :, interests i ,of society may be protectedand
by Congress. : turned loose for the benefit ed to join in the
discipline, was declared
: to be too the law conspiracy. When invited
The enforced.
House placed print valued of legitimate business would .
W. Barnard, wife and son, Roy, paper preventany much for a woman to fill. The Na- The citizens of to become a party to the plot
!
at not more than two half such state of Orlando are to be
cents affairs.
While .
a
and Mr. Robinson some tional Council for Women he started toward Mira
of Orlando, in a i is confident | Flores' palace
pound on free list. The Senate be i commended for their firm stand in this
people .
Hudson car, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. mittee com may skeptical as to McAdoo's ,: that the Minister of the Treasury can !!1 t matter.KIGII'J'S. to inform the President of the danger.
raised the
Willett, of Lakeland, in a new Ford valuation of free'I turning loose the amount mentioned be induced to revoke the latest order: On his way he was shot at, but es-

machine, spent a couple of hours in listed paper to not more than four ;| they point out that he has the ,: and give Signora Croce the position. I II Gaped injury The information ht
cents a pound, but provided that i it :' money, and can do so if he wants to. ELECT OFFICERS
Gainesville, Thursday while enrouteup If this is done Signora Croce will i iI ; gave to the President led to the im
may be imported free It is also well .
only from known that Presidenti -
the State. i have one of the highest official posi- ii prisonment of the plotters.

Mr. and Mrs. Willett has a summer countries that impose no restriction i Wilson and Secretary of State Bryanare i i lions under the Italian government i i The Knights of Pythias held their

upon export paper or wood pulp usedin fighters. McAdoo is also recog-I semi-annual election last evening at A "DOUBLE
home in Connecticut and to [ occupied by a woman. QUARTETTE"
expect
its manufacture. i I nized as one of the schrewdest bust !I I II their Castle Hall, the following of- '

make the entire journey by auto if The substitute committee handling ness men of the country. i I ficers being elected for the ensuing I For many months past eight girls
thennd the START FRISCO PROBE IN ST. who
roads agreeable. The are especial chums have
the term
administrative features of the Another anti-panic : spent
argument is the
!!
party from Orlando are out for a bill spent all day to I fact that LOUIS J. E. Windham C. C. one afternoon each week together
trying whip it today there are no great j! ; 0. N. Larson
pleasure trip pure and simple, and into j j 1'. C. J. T. passing many happy hours in
shape so that it will stand the national strikes, no wars and no ; Dale, K. R. S.; W. S. gay
will go to various points in great New York, June 13.-The preliminary chatter, needle-work
Georgia. and
test of the treasury experts. i crop failures which can effect the Branch, Jr., Prelate; J. 0. Spinks, M. often in
Barnard stated that found investigation by the Interstate reading from classical
they A. authors.
markets or the credits of the ; A. W. Newett, I. G.; M. S. King, '
the roads between Orlando and BRITISH MINISTERS I .-Jacksonville country. Commerce Commission of the St. 0. G.; Yesterday afternoon they met at
Gainesville in ABSOLVED] Metropolis Louis and San Francisco railroad the home of Miss
fairly good shape except I receivership -. Delegates to the District Conven Claire Robinson on
,
in two or three short "strteches" will begin in St. Louis. i tion in Main street and at their next

south of Micanopy. His machine is ministers London, June 13.British cabinet BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG Agents i iI of the commission called by: pointed DeLand as follows, June: 19th, were ap ing they will be entertained by gather-?Hiss

equipped with tent and all paraphernalia : were today absolved by the I LEAGUES New York offices called by the road i. W. P. O'Neal C. K. Mary Branham on Lucerne Circle.
parliamentary committee from Pomeroy, F. L ,
all
today and i The
needed ascertained that members
for most of of the
camping I
purposes, I i Helms 0. N. merry
,
blame in connection with the Larson, W. S. Branch party
hence they are prepared to stop at to have surrounded scandalsalleged ,i! Special to the Sentinel ,the ,records. desired were in St. Louis I ,Jr. are Misses Claire Robinson, Hatabel
the -
their pleasure, hotels or no hotels.- tracts between the British con- j National I i neaaquarters. Other agents of the I Hyer, Mary Branham, Mabel O'Neal,

Gainesville Sun.RELICS i and the Marconi Wireless government I Pittsburg, 2! New York, 3. j commission will take up the work I FRUIT ALL KILLED Marion Groves, Eloise Robinson, and
Company. i there Mrs.
at
Cincinnati once. C. D. Christ.
The report of the committee which I 4; Boston, 6. I I _

OF ROOM FIFTY investigated the affair I, Chicago, 7; Brooklyn, 6. I I It was reported that
was issued to- heavy frost
St. Louis 2 WILL PAY TAXES A BIG TIME
,
that
daIt declares ; Philadelphia, 5. occurred AHEAD
that there yesterday
is I morning i in
Special to the SentineLNew no .
American I *L- h' The Orlando .
York, June 1t-A: number of foundation for any of the charges : Chicago, III, June 13.-"Mrs. Belle ; uus: vicinity has put the finishing ----- fnnJ vu *PJ tu<*u5- Boosters n. -

made against Attorney General Sir New York, 4; Detroit, 2. Squire, the defiant Suffragette who,I i touches on the fruit and that there will leave here next Tuesday morning
the bidders
negroes were at
the auction of among the Astor house fur Rufus D. Isaacs, Chancellor of the Ex- Boston, 7; St. Louis, 6. as head of the No Vote, No Tax League will be very little this season. The at 1 o'clock sharp with about sixty-

Philadelphia, 2; Cleveland, 1.Washing'ton has j early frosts five strong. As the
chequer David refused did
nishings today made bidding lively( Lloyd-George or Post- : I to pay taxes for,' some damage, but committee expects -
4
master General Herbert ; Chicago, 6. five years, will that of a few cars to later
L. her yesterday report
for contents of room fifty, which Samuel. Southern ( square account II was reported to they
Booker i with the county as soon as Governor have been much the worst. One farmer suggest that any men wanting to go
Washington used for -
occupa ORDER FREIGHT :Montgomery Memphis, 2. j Dunne signs the '. from west of the will please notify the committee.
woman
tion. Dealers RATES RE- suffrage bill. city stated that
who have been :
gettingbig New
Orleans 1
bargains DUCED 3; Mobile, 0. "When the bill is signed and I am I i it i was so cold that ice formed This Orlando Good Roads move-
forced to retire on
were Birmingham, 3 Nashville ment is
before the Washington, June ; 2. no longer a citizen in name only, II vessels containing being spoken of in different
onjJaughter of the 13.-General water.-Wheeling
readjustment -
negro Chattanooga
8 Florida
Atlanta
; 1. will be bound to be 11'.1'x. Register.ARMSTRONG. papers now and
all
educator's admirers who bought ev- with reductions of about\! South a prompt taxpayer I II as that
Atlantic will
"
\, in 12 cent the she asserted last night. go not only have a good time,
thing
er> the room. per on freight rates on Charleston 8 but
; Albany, 5. I will boost good roads.
All that
coke from the Connellsville r ELECTED
in
region
Macon, 5; Savannah, 4. can go should do
WEATHER so.
BIG PRICE FOR PAINTING Pennsylvania to furnaces and steel Columbus, 3; Jacksonville, 1. Fair REPORT I! Richmond, Va., June 13.-George Come and

mills, both east and west, was ordered -. Carolina Saturday and Sunday except '' H. Armstrong of Philadelphia Ladies go-big times ahead.

Special to the Sentinel today by the Interstate Commerce !II Charlotte, 6 Durham occasional showers Saturday in the'I today elected president of the was get your men to take you.
; 4. south Tra'elers'
I i
London portion.
,
Eng., June ia.Duveen, of Commission. Reparation Protective
aggregating Winston-Salem I Association
; 8; Raleigh, 7, first of Ameri About two
New York, today paid $206,875 for millions of dollars was not allow game. Winston-Salem I i ca, in annual convention dozen county convict

Romney's portrait of Lady Anne De ;, ed. i second 6; Raleigh, 3, I| Mrs. LeRoy B. Giles left last night I here. are at work over in the flat woods re-
game.Asheville r
La Pole, at the sale at Christies. This'is I for Fort George, on a visit to her Major Leroy B. pairing the DeLand-Daytona road. If
I 5; Greensboro, 1, first mother Mrs. i Giles will leave all the bridges
the Broward.
highest
toI She were in
put
price ever known Ten cents buys a book that will game. Asheville : was ac- i today for Charlotte to good con-
have been paid for 7; Greensboro, companied by Mrs. Gray Rush I attend a re dition. When the present
work
' a painting. please you. Curtis & O'Neal. second and union of the 1908 class of the if
game. little University finished, the
pretty daughter., Margaret. of Virginia shape.-DeLand highway Record.will be in good



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Pythias new Cactle which Hall is being of the erected Knightsf in I Gifts to Please. I Bargains! !

Jampa will be finishde this week. !I i Bargains

Watermelons by the carload are
leaving the Winter Garden section Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
daily. The crop is short but the prices May be safely purchased fromus Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
are said to be good. and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every-
: body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
That there mar be some truth in where everythingis 4 Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
t rumor that is floating around here Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
that a double wedding is to be pull- guaranteed. Gingham, from 9Sc up.
ed off in Orlando before the month % Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
ef June passes by. from 25c up. !
R, Ladies' Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
The grocery store operated by "/' styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
Ralph R. Weeks, in Jacksonville, was Dry Goods at a special reduction. 4
burned to the ground a few nights Allen & Co. 'F j Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.Ladies' .
ago The fire was outside the city and Children's ReadytoWear and Trimmed
limits and some distance from the Hats from 25c up.
nearest fire plug. Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up. '
Miami will have one of the largest JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
And best equipped veterinary hos- Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up. '
pitals in the entire south when the I Bojs Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all stIes -
and colors, from 50c up. M
erected thereis
new building now being
completed about the last of this 1 Orlando Florida Boys' Pants from 25c up.
uonth. Men's and Bos' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from 4Sc up.
I Men's and Bo\s' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. "
Rice Bros., and Messrs. Spano and I I II Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addi-
Rotondo, big fish dealers in Apalachi-I tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho
I II trades with ,
eola, will shortly erect an ice plantin I us. ;
that city. The plant will be used I We want jour trade and we assure you that we will i
principally in the extensive fish bus- Our Repair Department at t give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee -
i 1. satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and!
iness these men expect to engage in. r
I convince yourself, trade will be appreciated.
The surplus will be disposed of to I ; your .
: your service always. If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Sh Ge.I
other parties in need. I

One of the largest and finest packing -! I |I H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando I
houses H__H in_U the_ State_ is to be erected i
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in Sanford by Chase & Company.I ----- 'O"I.el.el"'I_. lllt I"O'I'OI"IISltllll"'tll'11111..1..1.
ttle; lw ie'.gl.I.I.IO.I..IIIIOIII..I..II.111.tlllltIO.IO.II..}++t+
Work has already been started on the
structure and when it is completed! --L _
it will be equipped with the latest and Everything in DrugsWE it
most for I
improved machinery packing -
fruit and vegetables. LISTEN 1IIE[ OAKlAND

Ground was broken in Jacksonville DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST
Monday for the large brewery to be 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now I
erected there. When the brewery is Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne !
THE CAR
completed and running full time it Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.
is estimated that its will
payroll rep- We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODY
resent approximately $70,000 per and hour each at the Lu
pleasant profitable evening
year. This new industry will be in WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2
IS TALKING
operation within six months.A cerne.GET !
A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.tmtttilHIIMMtMHIMMiMMMHHIHIMIMtlt.
i ABOUTASK
Bradentown syndicate, headed by
Col. Butterfield, of the Manatee coun- TRY OUR ICE CREAMThe
ty capital, and other wealthy gentlemen FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
,have purchased two lots in Gary Best EverItlillllHMillMtlllMMtMIMIHIMtltttitllltl J
sites for the building of a large con-

for crete making stone the factory.concrete The stone material will READ THE SENTINEL F FOR THE NEW MAGRUDERMACIIINESH

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Powder puffs and buttonhole bou- Painting and CalciminingI
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quets have become the weapons of pct c'E,. a hare had years of experience and { DaysWe
CORN L CRISPETTE I [
Chicago women lobbyists in Spring guarantee my work.
field, Ill. Some senators and representatives I Estimates cheerfully furnished

find dozens of their favorite I Drop me a card and I will call. Wholesome Nourishing will sell Lime at 90c '
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flowers on their breakfast tables e P. 0. Box 381 I
every morning which have been sent I Delicious "

by women who are pushing bills before I For Sale Manufactured By per barrel delivered, I
the Legislature. I Slightly used $2000.00 automobile.
The, sale of face powder in States I I Would consider real estate in trade: G.C MAI-ION five barrel lots. 4X

where equal suffrage has not 'been' for same. Address Automobile, Care. Successor to Terry & Pomeroy
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Legislatures, according to Mrs. Mi- Our "sweets" are standards of purity :
nona S. Jones, who has made frequent and deliciousness b) which you t Sundries. for bicycles and tf Subscribe for the Sentinel. Florida Metal Co.
trips to Springfield. Mrs. Jones of- 'can judge others.
fers the following "itemized accountof Every chocolate, every bonbon, I
a week's lobbying at Springfield by (every confection of whatever sort that'- !lcNEIL-DA VIS BUILDING :
woman" of the bills 'is sold here represents the highest
a as a sample
which have to be paid by numer- :standard of genuine purity and excel i NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN Phone 41.ELECTRICVtCUUMCLENER.

ous women's clubs: 'lence.A ..A
"Forty-seven buttonhole bouquets, single trial of jour favorite con-
$4.70; two hairdressings, $2. manicuring fection bought here will convince lOU 1..IIII..III.IIIID.OCOI.llt.it.- -- ----- .........
50 cents; facial massage ,$1; one that this is TilE establishment to Crepe e Goods and KimonosGOWNS

powder puff, 25 cents; one hair net, always patronize.
25 cents; one box face powder 50
cents; one mesh veil, $1.25; ; one box BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen I A
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cold cream, $1." --- ----- I ETC.
"There is no extravagance about A NEW POTATO PESTA I
this, either," declared :Mrs.: Jones
'"Legislators are only human and warning against a new potato 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 I

you've got to coax 'em. We can't pest which threatens the "spud" crop I IMcCULLOCH'S
cents yard at
vote, so we buttonhole the men, and of many states has been sent out by per Have your room or house .
to be successful, physical attractions the United States Department of
count." I Agriculture in a bulletin of informa-! cleaned without dust or troubleof

{:'tion about the Phthorimer Opercuella I
RECORD FAMILY :Zei, which is the scientifie name for, moving furniture .
the pest. It is described as "the *
Thomas Allison, of Newton county'worst potato blight that ever visited DEPARTMENT STORE
Ark., comes pretty close to the rec- California/ is not confined to the
lord in the number of his descendants j state, however, but has spread northward 124 South Orange Avenue The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
lIe is 93 years old, was married three and eastward to others in the
:times, and has 262 descendants in all. last two years. Complaints have been OPPOSITE POST OFFICE man.
He is the father of 50 children, grand received also fro mtwo counties in
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:father of 125 children, great-grand-;,i Texas, in San Jose, Costa Rica, Colo-
father of 60 children,and great-great rado and North Dakota. Specimens i SEE THEM FOR TERMS
grandfather of 27 children. His oldest : of the pest have been found even ins I !
I child is.65, and his youngest i i New York City. It is known also in'' .. .
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41 years of age. The parents are'Hawaii, New Zealand, Algeria and FRANK HYRES
incarnated in the features, character i>countries of Northern Africa.

' and arithmetic, activity can of compute,the children the influence; what;!I I Entomology An authority has of estimated the Bureau the loss of Artificial StoneBuilding The PIERCE[ L[ [ELECTRIC[ L C01'lln[

of this man nearing 'the century i caused by this potato pest to two ', ,
mark on his .262 descendants, and 11 I farmers alone near El Monte, Cla.,
,those that shall be born to them?r''as, $90,000 and $70,000, respectively,, UHTJROH STREETiHiMHtMHMMimmMIIIMIMIMiMtillllHIM
;How ,important :that ,there be the I for a sinlge year. It would be im
Blocks, Cement Brick, House
proper parental,example and instruc possible ,to estimate at all accurately
Foundations, all styles of Concrete
tion! There is such a continuous line the total loss caused throughout the __
of hearses to the cities of the dead country by the pest. Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof f- --z
AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
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:that cradles, and many of them, too, Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor Those wishing to make trips foi
are necessary to:keep the balance of Colored Facings ; the Sea In Ships I
New things to wear-for all sorts business or pleasure, should see rai
The have
McElroy Pharmacy
a remedy -
population on the proper side.Christian of folks described, discussed for service
are and I prices. Prompt guaran
,Herald. I that is guaranteed to cure Sea
priced.in Sentinel ads. teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.
Sickness. If
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Shanibarger's for bicycles Phone 159...Works, Livingston Ave.on R.'R. (, trip, be sure and you take contemplate with you a a bot-sea Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
and Money to loan on improved
Sundries. prop tle of McElroy's Sea-Sick remedy. If :Money: to loan on improved prop
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L The Daily -I THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK I GLIMPSES OF GROWTH t GOOD ROADS BOOSTERS <11..e..I.llltl".I'"I.. ons (

I I II Fifteen cars or more of Orange < .
South Florida Sentinel The business outlook is all right.I I! It seems that the Orlando boosters county good roads boosters are to ,

+ MORNING AND WEEKLY The news that the cold snap has not are continually trying to devise start out next week for a southward J 45 PER[ CENT[ SAYING

-Entered- --at----the- poet office at Orlando, hurt growing crops is cheering. Iso-I means of advertising the fortunes of trip and will take in Kissimmee, :

JJorida an Second Class Mail Matter. lated points report possible damage, their city and section, and they pur- Lakeland, Tampa, Plant City, Clear- .,
but we find the Associated Press de-I sue the sensible policy of availing water and St. Petersburg, looking : .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES claring from Washington that: themselves of good ideas from else- over the roads as they po and taking : on your tires, is what we offer on
"Officials of the department of agriculture -I where, things that have been proven notes and seeing if there is any new I .
THE DAILY SENTINELOne believe that there will be I by experience in other places to be crooks and turns in roadmaking that :

Year .$5.00 no widespread damage to crops as aj(' advantageous and worthy of imita- will be useful in Orange coLlnt .. The :
Six Months 2.50 result of the unseasonable cold weather 'I tion. At a recent meeting of their Orlando folks know that Orange : 5 JOOO MILES[ GUARANTEED[[

Three Months 1.25 now prevailing over much of the I! board of trade it was decided to or- county has some fine roads, but theyevidently ,

country. Experts today expressed the!' ganize an expedition in autos to Tam- are not sure that there are -
B;; carrier in Orlando, 50 cents perMonth
,news Daily and Sunday. opinion that there need be no fear ofa pa and St. Petersburg for the dual enough roads, and also they probably i :te ,
fruit or vegetable famine and said purpose of boosting their own city's feel some of their good roads mightbe :
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found t PULLMAN TIRES
M sale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore that despite predictions of the weather attractions and of observing the I improved. So they will look over I *
and Wright Brothers.We bureau that the cool spell will con-: methods of doing things in the two the land in that section. The trip T and
mile tire the market
will appreciate prompt complaint if tinue for the next thirty-six hours,: live cities named. A particular object will give cause for good roads talk, : $ over any 3,500 on ,

livery is not promptly made by our carriers. probably no great harm would be doneto of this trip will be to gather dataon which is phvay worth wv.ht.-limes-'I the guarantee is good for we are authorizedto
the road building question. Hills-
corn and other Union. i
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap crops. I
plication. Bradstreet's is authority on the borough has not much to show them make adjustments. *
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THE WEEKLY SENTINEL business situation. Mr. J. E. C. Ped- just yet in that line, they

Tar year, by mail, postage paid.......1.00 der, of Atlanta, Bradstreet's division I come again when we get our brick ,.
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida. superintendent, strikes the keynote of I roads laid we'll be happy to exhibit Gull Refining i i Co1 '. .
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building his official associates when he says: I an object lesson that will be worthy o.
Phone 24 "For the past two the South-jof' observation.-Tampa Times.
years
I The Orlando boosters are going not I NO WAITING OR TROUBLE Land
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor easter states have had a particularlyhard : II I -
only to observe but to stimulate good
time in fact have
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JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor I I know that deal for
through one of the most cruical per- roads building. Orlando will have Kerosene you means a good ,

SATURDAY, JUNE 14TH, 1913. iods in their history. In the early I M fifteen miles more of brick streets tire adjusting as know is not always
you ,
I spring conditions did not look very I within the next year, and the farmers Gasoline

favorable for an average crop this j II are getting the spirit of progress to satisfactory to a customer. Come by hnd
June 14th .
Saturday, Flag Day.Anybody
such a degree that we will soon have
year, but for the past two or three
o weeks the Southeastern states have I brick streets clear to the county Lubricating see them. fTemporary f

grumbling about the had good rains, seed have germinatedwell limits on the south and Osceola county .I.
teather man and I Oils and Greases ""
and the land has been well cul j will haul that sign board down *
o tivated. Crops the now looking much I go to throwing bricks into the street.
It is a rule in life that runs through better. Our grain crop this springwas Orlando is growing so fast that it Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent ,


friends ivery newspapers department favor be frie expected of ds.business to Why do less should that? tion a a has mometary very gone good ahead depression one. Notwithstanding by ,leaps this sec-and- for ting keeps the back the city their near to spread by fences farmers out.to make busy Land room set-is b44ff4 I. W .r"llllr" S & SONS O \


o bounds. More developments in all I in such demand for homes that ;
A Kansas humorist, Mack Cretcher, be found for
lines have been onted, and more rail-I grounds can not public .
lays it doesn't matter who discoveredthe parks. The demand for building ma- ( Location)
roads are under construction. As for) PHONES j 5g t
North Pole or the South Pole, theplan continuous
as Atlanta is concerned, we have terial is so great and so
who discovered the fish pole that orders are booked a month 6 East Church Street ;
broken all records. I do not see any I Orlando .. FloridaIIMIIIIMMimiHIIIII i
should have his picture in the hall of ahead. ,
cloud the
on financial horion, and am I

lame. looking forward to a fine business this The good roads boosters will not l -rlW.+H e Ii .1 & 1111111 U 1III II i 'II't I II .t lit t I ".
o fall with confidence." forget to mention Orlando now and
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{ appropriate title to the story of
the fight being made against the removing FRANKING A BAD PRIVILEGEThe \ Six persons are carried comfortably t

of the tariff. Louisiana French .
sugar by a new hydroaeroplane.Sentinel
Senators are having their fallacious : abuse of the franking privileges JUNE WEDDING :
speeches printed at government of Congressmen and Senators is and I want ads advertise. .
txpense and sent out broad cast over has been for years an outrage uponan
the country.A overtaxed and patient public.I Report of the Condition of ,

o-- Each year the post office departmentshows THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANS While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

St. Petersburg man purchased a large deficit because of these At Orlando in the Slate of 1'1.9t, II seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous ;

thirty cents worth of beef steak andy abuses. The amount of personal and ida at th! Qbse of Business weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

\ mistake put ,it in his spectacle local advertising done through the I June 4th, 1913RESOURCES I for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for theBest Man and the Attendants, and Wedding -

tase and forgot about it and was un- public printing onlce and franked f I Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to :

able to locate the lost steak until it through the mails amounts to ton I Fans and. Discount ............ 1187,745.3 6 your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
began to ripen, when the sense of annually.Not U. 3. Bonds to secure circulation. 17,500.0 o We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a /
Premiums on U. S. Bonds ....... 37.6
smell told him where it was. only is this large supply of Bonds, Securities, etc........... 4,750.0 stock in' which you cart find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver ,

o literature sent through the mails at Banking fixtures House. ..,...Furniture.........,...and... 22,516.2 7 smiths, Jewelry Maiwfacfa rs, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
A farmer lad asks this question: public expense but tons of personal Due from National Banks (not reserve
agents) ............... 31610.3'0 country.
if a field is forty rods long and thir- effects such as trunks and boxes con- Due from State and Private Bank. The stock is to large, so varied and so complete that & detailed descrip .

ty rods wide and has a lane at each taining wearing apparel, Christmas Trust Banks Companies....... ..,...and.....Saving....... 212.6'9 tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
end without a gate, how long will it present etc., to friends of Congressmen. Due Checks from and approved other Cash Reserve Items.Agent..., 38,192.6 6,082.3Notes ::9 inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feeling *
take for one barefoot boy to catch There are instances also of of other National Banks... %,560.01Fractional )I and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up

a month-old calf and get it back intoa public officers sending pieces of heavy and Cents Paper .Currency.........,.Nickels ... .. 1.316.51 I to-date merchandise.
stable located in the middle of thefield furniture across the continent'by ;' Lawful Money Reserve in Bank viz:
mail in abuse of (Specie ... .......... J8.218.3oi :
the
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? franking priviI i Legal-tender notes ... 150.00 8.398.3* REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT
I' lege. Tons, tons of worthless !t Due from U. S. Treasurer ... .. 875.0'0
upon '
-o i i Expense .. ........... ..... ... 378.91
Madame Schamann-Hienke is the Congressional records, containing the 6I
mother of eight chidren. The 'sweet- tommy rot of a lot of supopsed'speeches Total.................... $272.175.91LIABILITIES If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box, .

that that lady'slips which in fact never were Capital Stock paid in ..,........ $ 50,0u0.0Surplus \I pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
music passed
tst ever all fund ................... 10,000.01( mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation
spoken sent to all
were the lullabies sung into the parts of the National Bank Notes outstanding 16,300.Oi
United States and Individual deposits subject to can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems. .
baby ears, and the soothing effect ninety nine per Check ........................ 141417.9
the life cent of them d onot contain a thingof Demand certificates of deposit.... 6750.0( Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.
baby was a greater recognition -
upon Time certificates of deposit...... 34,403.51Certified 6
of her God given voice than value to the public. It is self exploitation checks .......,......... 1606.8:
of Cashier's checks outstanding...... 1692.6: ------
Washington officials
the plaudits of all the rest of the Bills payable, including certificates
es-I I
world. pecially Congerssmen.The of deposit for money borrowed.. 10000.01

o railroad companies enjoy Total.._, .................. $2i2,1 i5.9<0s
encourage all this for it means lots State of Florida, County of Orange ss: Jeweler
At the Michigan University, out of I, Chas. P. Dow, Cashier of the abovi e
A class of eighty girls graduated from of big daddy dollars to them. Not a named bank, do solemnly swear that thi,
single in the above statement is true to the best of m:p
reason world be
the Cooking Department, one half can knowledge and belief.
This urged why this should be continued. CHAS. P. DOW Cashier.
wore engagement rings. means Subscribed and sworn to before'me this 12tl b
that forty young men, are to be spar- Men in a position to know the facts day of Jane, 1913.MARY OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
that the J. SMITH,
say expnese of the public
ed from dyspepsia and divorce courts Notary Public.
deprived of forty cases. Dyspeptic printing office, could be reduced Correct-Attest: M. 0. OVERSTREET EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.rsIII .
old bachelors should be looking after thirty per cent by cutting out all S. Y. WAY,
valueless and useless printing. J. C. PATTERSON
other forty girls. Directors.
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understand is, how is it that sugar

producers who are having such a

lard time to exist can afford to spend AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN I STOCKINGSFor
$1,000,000 in defeating tariff legis-

lation. Enormous sums are spent

every year in support of tariff. How
can they afford to do it? And wouldit ,

riot be better to leave these extra-

ordinary amounts with the consumer

than spending it on a lobby?
o For Day

The man that goes about finding These are Bargains in Re-Blult Cars. Each one is

fault with his own town, is on a par guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped and
with the man who goes about finding
and ready to run.
fault with his own family. It is

ninety-nine to one that if a family

or a town is bad, with but few redeeming 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition EveningWear
features it is because of the ,

people who take constant delight in $550.00 wr
knocking. Such men are enough to ,

spoil any family to which they be-
1 1912 Flanders I ,
lank and kill any town of which theyare Touring Car, complete,
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the poorest kind of citizens. $500.00.

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We are up a stump to know wherewe

are at, with reference to weather 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad- Personal Guarantee ti
conditions. True, we were not

fected by the extremely low af-I illac $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair t
ture recorded ysterday in both 1

ern and southern states, any more i 1I
than our delightfully cool nights, sufficient 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than I :

to cause one to draw up a light ,' 4,000 ; extra tire etc. 5800. :
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covering, but the very lateness of' Marion B. I yes

such cool weather, occurring anywhere -j

puts one to thinking, and we .
begin to wonder if the seasons are reversing -,
themselves. Seems odd to'j I Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

have fruit damaged by cold in June t
in any section of the country.-Fort I Second

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days at store's policy of exceptional values, with an unheard of discount a single exception will be offered for sale on these two
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W. F. Armstrong, have arrived for a ,, Mr. Benjamin Drew returned yesterday -
THE ORLANDO.TUNER FLA. I I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith and several weeks' visit to the city. from the East Coast wherehe T WEATHER[ R SPECIALS l

1 daughter, Edna, returned last even- has been for the past week with i
J i' ing after a week's outing at Corona- I Mrs. I. C. Mann, Magnolia ave- his family enjoying the sea breeze'

do. nue, has as a house-guest Mrs. Fer- and salt water fish. PICKLESSWEET
1.. who will aid her in caring for
Mrs. Kate Hawthorne has gone to gerson : Mr. Yowell's family and a numberof
Lakeland Mr. Jack Cooper came from Phil- Miss Cone, who is slowly recovering i I other Orlando people are enjoying PICKLES

i'tielphia, to visit his mother, who from a serious. illness. \i j, a vacation over there and Mr. DrewIsays SOUR PICKLES
{ is house mother at the Church Home IJ J l I I that the entire Orlando colony SWEET MIDGETT GHERKINS
Mr. Oakland
J. II. Mooney went to I SOUR SPICED
Fla., yesterday. & Hospital. Mercury stood at 60 yesterday,,I ]is having a delightful time. The GHERKINS
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Charles Arnold is home from his Mrs. D. C. Thompson, who made been several degrees colder than that 1 bathing but fishing has been good CONSERVED SWEETSC.

business trip to Atlanta. i I IIt jthe trip by auto a few weeks ago at 2 o'clock, a. m. Thursday morning:]: i and there is plenty of amusement AND B. GHERKINSO.K.

I with Mr. and Mrs. J. P..Holbrook and at 5 o'clock the thermometer in the I I 1 there at all times to keep time from PICKLES

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Logan have!John Boone to Waynesville, N. C., same position registered 62 degrees. ': i dragging. PICKLES IN BULK

returned to Danville, Virginia. is again at his home on Lucerne Cir j'!II The Governor will attend to business -
.I.cle.i The Pierce Electric Company have' matters here for a few days and J CHOW CHOW

I I'will I then return for the second installment CUBAN RELISH
Miss J. F. Mahoney and Mrs i just completed their contract with the

Louise Saunders left yesterday for'i II. Donori and P. Bolari, two for- Grand Theatre having put in forty- :'/I of recreation. CHILI SAUCE

Highland Park, Ill. jMr. j(signers rather raw yet, reached Orlando five handsome electric fixtures. The WORCHESTERSHIRE SAUCE
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..-- 1 yesterday and are proposing to Grand is now one of the best lighted OTHERS COMING TOMATO KETCHUP .

and Mrs. G. S. Milligan and' become Florida farmers. They look and ventilated theatres in the State J NORSE RADISH

Jennie Hobson Milligan have gone to'*like had the stuff in them -- I f / f
they to Mr. Geo. A.
of
j i Wood, Lebanon, N.1H. .
. Tampa. I II I j
make good. Mr. George C. Patterson, who has I ., in a letter renewing his subscription 'I THE SANITARY

I --..: been attending school in Asheville,I|I to the Sentinel says, "I hope GROCERY !
Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Jelks of Macon
:I Miss Rita Lawton and brother the N. C., has returned home and will]to be in Orlando inside of six months. CARUTHERS & GORE
Ga., were among the visitors in Orlando i
I!,popular clerk in Duckworth's sho spend his vacation with his parents,!'I like the Sentinel very much, and ...
yesterday. emporium! left last night to attend Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Patterson on Lu-i look for its coming like I do a let 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200
A
i j the marriage of Mr. J. B. Lawton, Jr., cerne Circle I George is one of the ter. We have a home in Concord
Mrs. F> Williams wha has been land!I. Miss Blanche Chapman which coining young men of Orlando.Mr. I(i I Park and I am glad to read of the .., ,1110111,111111".111111..1.1",1",1'

at McEwan's Hospital will return 1 takes place in Jacksonville this morn |I i improvements that are going on in -

home today, greatly benefitted. ling.i B. Beacham, Jr., who i ia is I I, Orlando. I hope Concord Park will NOTICE ,All E% of NWH not included in Frosts
the Park that Mr. Coryell wrote I Add. to Altamonte Sec. 18, Tp. 21 S. )R.
student in the get
University of Virginia |, 3D EL, assessed in the name of L J. Cald-
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Smith, of Mr. Charles Rock, Jr., who has is at home for the summer i,about." Notict vf Application for Tn Deed-Under well et al.I .
I Certificate
Austin, Texas, are in the city taking 1 0I i Section Mil Laws of Florida No. 429 ,dated June 5, 1811:
been vacation. W& of
j attending Porter's Military Young Mr. Beacham is one ;.' W& of NWU of SW"4 and E% of
in the sights. They may conclude to Nj Notice is hereby tfvtfl that Overstreet Tur-(W# ofNWtf of SW See 21 T. S. R. 30 E.
Academy at Charleston, S. C., is at, of the young men of Orlando who has i NOTICEs pentine Compaq, purcluu of assessed in the name of Unknown.
Tax Certificates
locate on land near this city. home for the summer. Charley has I I, high ambitions and has the grit and i' named below, has filed said Certifi- Certificate No. 531, dated June 5. 1911:
rates in my pftce and made application for Lot 9 (Less beg. 6 cbs N of cor. of 1st and
:( had his second year and is making;i tenacity of purpose to achieve hi j This is to notify the public that my" tax deeds to issue in accordance with law. lvyllpSts.runW105ft.Sb2ftE105tt.,
The ladies of the Presbyterian good and his many friends in Orlando I highest hopes. I II wife, Mary J. Reynolds, having left Said **Certificates prftfxTty situate embrace in the Orange following describe of N Overstreet 52 ft. Fort Tur.Reed Co., assessed in the name

church intend to send a barrel of are glad to welcome him home I'1 my bed and board, and not living as I Florida county !; Certificate No. 536 dated June 5, 1911:
,
Certificate No. 114. dated June 5, 1911 {'Lot I Blk. 11, Russell's Plat Fort Reed,
clothing to Miss Houston for the bent :
e- A card received from that prince my wife, I refuse to become responsible NEU of NWfc Sec. 16, T. 22 S. R. 28 E.. i assessed in the name of Overstreet Tur. Co.

of the mountaineers. Donations Peter B.V.coft', who for the past of good fellows, Mr. Lester Beeman, for any debts she may make or .1 assessed Certificate in the No.name 139,of dated Overstreet June I Tur.1911 Co.: '|(according Unless said to law certificates, tax deeds shall will issue be redeemed thereon,
"may be sent to the church parlor on two and a half years has made hi s';I locates him at Yokohoma, Japan, to be liable in any manner for her ,NEV4 of NWU and Lot 1, Sec. 12." T. 201|on Witness the 15th, day official of July A. D. 1913.
Tuesday. Mrs. C. Holt. S. R. 29 E., assessed in the name of W. C. my signature and seal,
'home at Orlando and Taft, started 1, where he says all nationalities are debts. Person. ,:this the 13th day of June. A. D.. 1913.

yesterday overland for Savannah, Ga.J! represented in the population including WILLIAM REYNOLDS.146t. W Certificate!J of SEU No.of SE 140% dated(Less June N'.) 5 Sec.. 1911 26.: Clerk Circuit Court B.Orange M. ROBINSON county, Florida.
Mr. E. A. Douglass, the irrepressible i- Peter is an old stager when it comes;!j; the kids. We are sure Mr. Bee Tp. 20 S. R. 29 E, assessed in the name of i By M. A. HOWARD. D. C.
H. E.
indefatigble, ever-smiling "Lige," to cross country travel and will get; i! man wit lhave a good time and hope Certificate Adams No.agent.145, dated June 5, 1911: !| ATTENTION ODD FELLOWS

was in Orlando yesterday feeling justas real enjoyment out of the trip. He:I he will set the little Japs right on CAR LOAD OF BANANAS 20 E%S.of R.VfVt 29 E.of. assessed SE% of in SWH the name Sec. 33 of, T.F. -

happy and good natured as of yore.He has a son living at Savannah and,i i the Calofornia question. Just Received Strong. All members of Orlando Lodge No.

was too modest to speak of him-,will spend the summer with him. ri Certificate Int. in beg.No.686 148.feet dated north June and 5 970, 1911 feet: 20 I. 0. 0. F. are requested to meetat
self as Clerk Douglass, of Seminolecounty I Large and Small Bunches E. of SW cor of NW%, Sec. 36 T. 20 S. R. their
i Mr. Donald A. Cheney left on the 29 E.. run E 392.25 ft., N 16 degs. 18 min. hall over Dickson & Ives
I Mr. Van and Egyptian onions, egg plants, and E 467.3 ft., N 79 degs. 38 min. W 533.5 ft, store
Crory sister, Mrs. J.+ midnight train for a few weeks trip S 544.75 ft, assessed in the on next Sunday, June 15th at
name of A. B.
H. McCullough and Miss, mangoes. Coast Line Deport, east of Tysen. 2:30 and
daughter, l east. He will attend commencementat sharp bring allt he flowers
Mr. 0. L. Badger has returned fromjNew Ruth, returned yesterday from their I Dartmouth College, renewing many Church Street. For sale by Geo Beg.Certificate 3.05 chs.No.N of 153.SW cor.dated of June NWft 5.of 1911 SE%: you can and be prepared to go to the

York state where he has been auto trip to Jacksonville. They were' of his college: acquaintances and onlithe Chink. 12-6t Sec. 11, Tp. 21 S. R. 29 E., run asterly 18, cemetery where a short memorial
80 chs.
to point 1 ch W and 3 cbs N of SE
for some time looking after business.He i. joined at Daytona by Mr. Richardd return trip expects to make a cor. of sb. 40 a N 10 cbs, Westerly 19.19 service will be held.
says the weather was cold and oweU who with his ELECTRIC TREATMENTS chs., S 11.50 chs to beg., assessed in the All Rebeccas and
very parents, Mr. short visit with friends in Lawrence, name of Geo. L. Sargent. I I I visiting brothersare

uncomfortable and that he found no and Mrs. N. P. Yowell, are enjoyingk Mas&, concluding his trip with stopsat All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for Beg.Certificate 647.7 ft.No.E. and 425, 210 dated ft. N June of SW 5, 1911.: cordially invited. Ample accom-
real pleasant weather until he struck attractions of the seashore. The New York and Jacksonville, i in the month of June. Dr. Bennett, of SE} of SW}. Sec. 7, T. 21 S. R. 30 cor E., modations will be provided for all
run E 223l4 ft., N 457!% ft., S 59
Florida. trip was full of interest. the interests of the 0. W. & L. Co. Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm 260 ft, S 3254 ft, to beg. assessed% degs.in the W to go.
name of J. H. Harrison. J. E. Arnold,
Certificate No. 426, dated June 5. 1911: ;

.. . . MMMIMMM. .. 111111111'11111" 30 Lot FL 3, assessed(Less N in 40 the a) name Sec. 14 of T.J. Chamber 21 S. R. I J.F. T.L. Dale Helms, .

lain.Certificate No. 427, dated June 5, 1911: Committee. i
All W} of NE14 not included in Frosts
I Add. to Altamonte Sec. 18 T 21 S. R. Sat. and Sun.
THEMOTION I I' 30 E., assessed in the name of Frank Moore
GRAND THEATER Certificate No. 428, dated June 5, 1911: Patronize Sentinel advertisers.SPECIAL
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I in picturesque India in which "Toodles the world-famous and
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; elephant plays the leading role. Two reels of

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FIRST SHOW, > ,,7.15 PM y j


| "THE SCIMITAR OF THE PROPHET" (Drama . .Kalem SORUGGS 1
SECOND SHOW, 8>15 PM I & DICKS ON
E A splendid story of tourists and MohammedansPRICES

I II THE MEN'S OUTFITTERSHome

I of Hart, Schaffner and Marx
I! "THE INDESTRUCTIBLE )IR. JENKS" (Comedy) .Kalem Clothtaf
ALWAYS 5 c. and lOc.
A real comedy that produces laughternntttttiHnMiiiiiiui.il
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:
CORRUPTING INFLUENCEA MHiMMHIIIIMIIMimBlillMltltMmtHMMMI BUSINESS BOOSTERS .

Business Boosters CLASSIFIED(classified adver- IT cV'Vacation
short time committee of
ago a PORTLAND tisements) received after 10 o'clock
the Illinois senate was engaged in midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
investigating in the city of Chicagothe ATLAS Classify" column.
Boosters of five lines, or less
causes of sexual vice that wereproductive -approximately
CEMENT 30 words one time, 25
of the evil in
greatest
cents; three times 50 c nts; one week
that city. We have never seen the (six daily and one weekly editions) K

report of the committee; but judging j i; $1.00; one month, $3.00.L .
"THE STANDARD BY WHICH j
by the various publications in the i, P. COOK'S FISH MARKET. Phone v* .&*.<.!% r '-Vr. "*
newspapers concerning its work it i i ALL OTHERS ARE MEASURED"I 271. 5-28-tf

that it had arrived at
apparent
was I am State Distributor, maintaining stocks both in ,
FOR HIRE-Nice
the conclusion that poverty was the seven passenger
recruiting for the bag- Tampa and Jacksonville. Have just received in Tampa touring car. Large and roomy.

nios great, and that those agency who doled out I 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. A ;
have a schooner load of 13,200 at my Jacksonville A Hint
f
r agency -
starvation wages to working girls I of this month. BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice ,
about the 20th
suburb in east part of the city. Carl
and women were chiefly responsible '
of from I This is the largest single shipment of cement ever Jensen. I' Before you buy a railroad ticket
for the thousands lapses shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unload for this or that summer resort, :? '

virtue. ing, or soon will be, ORDER .AT ONCE for ship side FOR RENT-Six room flat with all L come in and look at our MidSummer -
is another modern influence modern conveniences. 306
There Apply
that will prove a close competitorwith I delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges. i North Orange avenue. 6-10 6t Woolen line and let us make .I
a cool Summer Outing Suit for I'I
the dire competing of poverty WIRE .ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICE. DELIVERED Do you want to pick up an auto r you. ri
I
down to the I
victims
in dragging I TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE bargain? If so, read the advertise- .i rb- We make a specialty of Nor- 7 '-,
depths. There are few influencesmore ment of the San Juan Garage. folks and will be pleased to r
detrimental to female modesty 4' '
I
show you a few of our latest :{
than some of the modern dances that WANTED TO RENT-Furnished I I1t models.Men's .
I IIII "
have come to be the popular fads of I JELK'S MACON BRICK for all Purposes modern house.

the ballroom, and it is not only the LEGGS' Pressed and Fancy Brick 6-13 3t S. G. DOLIVE. Fashion ShopHand

shop girl at three dollars a week; it BIBBS' Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster f fW

is as well the girl from the refined OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision Building '

home, the daughter of wealth, the Offices Salesrooms harves.. % to the Northeast of the city andI I
Church
Cor. and
Trackage and Yards still have some choice lots there. c Orange Orlando
society girl that goes through the R Fuller Hendry and Knight Terminals + Carl Jensen. ; :

lascivious gyrations of the "hugs"and TAMPA, FLORIDA t; )/iIII.' : I J" !! !& t-1)11iJJJ:::' <:IG11.. :
the "trots" and the "tangoes"with FOR RENT-Five room cottage with !
all modern conveniences. Garagefor 1
their perilous physical propin- --
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply 1ftlllllllllllllllllllllllllll'ttt
quity and their subtle suggestions of -- 515 East street. 5-15 tf I IIII"llllll il.t

impurity of thought and almost inevitably WHAT IS PREACHING THE I EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION I

later of action.A GOSPEL ? CHAPMAN HOUSESix ORLANDOBUSINESS

recent writer in the "Man's Montgomery, Ala., June 12.-The dollars a week and up. No. 308

World" who is neither a preacher Dr.:,, Washington Gladden, one of I annual convention of the Southern West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc-'

nor a puritan, says: the most eminent divines in Americais Educational Association, comprising Ewan, proprietress. 6.121 mo. COLLEGE

"When I hear the music to the being criticised and "resoluted"I! the 16 Southern States, will be held
I SALE-New house and lot in
'turkey trot,' the 'tanog,' the 'grizzly against by a large number of the I Iat Nashville, Tenn., October 30 to 31 FOR Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay-

bear' and the 'bunny hug' I can see Columbus, Ohio, clergy because he and November 1 next, according to ments. J. F. SCHUMAN,

the devil fiddling in the band. A frankly and boldly criticised the announcement today by W. F. Feagin, Sentinel Office.
MODERN COURSES IN ,
few years ago the police interdicted methods of Evangelist Billy Sunday.Dr. of Montgomery, secretary and treas-

stage exhibitions of a less gross char-I' Gladden shares the faith of urer of the organization. The selec- READ THISI i

acter. Today, fathers and husbands many good people in the United States tion was made by the legislative com- am offering my stock of groceriesfor Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-

and brothers 'trot' unblushingly in I who believe that the spectacular mittee, composed of M. L. Brittain, sale at reduced prices for cash. poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, I
is sale till closed out.
day day
Every
company with mothers and daughtersand preachings of Billy Sunday are con- State superintendent of Georgia, At-
)' ,I T. J. SHEPARD. Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
sisters-the spectacle is appall ducive of no great or lasting good to lanta, president; W. K. Tate, State t

ing. I humanity. I I rural school supervisor, of South Car- T.T.S. everyotherdaytf.FOR Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all \

"The minuet is stately and exqui- I Adopting the language characteristic olina, Columbia and Mr. Feaginn.A SALE-My Place, 7 acres 2 Branches of Civil Service. i
site; the waltz is poetry in motion; of Sunday, himself, many believe I I horses one two-horse wagon, one 1

there is pure rythm in the schot- : him to be a "four flusher" who gave! congress of university students, buggy also 80 acres 2% miles from

tische and the polka; joy of living in up baseball rooting for preaching be-j I representing forty-si xnations, is to Umatilla, Lake county, Fla. Mrs. E. DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES

mazurka and the chardash and rollicking cause the rewards were much larger. i: be held in San Francisco in 1915. J. Carter, R. F. D. No.1, Orlando, .
I Florida. tf
fun in the Virginia reel; but Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas I.
However this may be, it is a fact - --
the 'trots' and 'hugs' and 'tangoes'are I FOR SALE
himself will not deny ,
that Sunday Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
heritages from the bagnio-gifts : that he gathers into his purse each Good Horse, buggy and harness- i

of the brothel. I year more money than the Presidentof Call on or address, J. B. Walker, Orlando ates.

"New York has gone dance mad. the United States gets as a salary' Fla. 5-27 tf Patronize Home Institutions.For .

The Broadway restaurants are crowded j I or any five of the most devoted and J
TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE
nightly with 'trotters' whose activities able preachers of the land get for
!I Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly -
continue until the closing their services. and call ABuilleg
Prices Terms address
on or :
TAMPADAIRXCQTAMPA used rebuilt machine and
hour. Roard houses advertise dances 1 i one one
It certainly reflects no credit to the

for solely their to 'trotting'patrons, and and halls'ragging'devoted are!:I; up American more money people to that a man they who will travels put second Call Typewriters at hand my Underwood.office and and Fireproof see bargainsin Iron rl i s II :

being opened in all quarters. I I about from place to place preaching Safes. C. S. McEWAN. \ Co11ege[

"The seriousness of the situation is!I the gospel in a marvelously crude and ALL THINGS 6-13 tf. I
intensified the sale of drinks
being by
; many times vulgar language more ARE JUDGEDBy
and between lascivious music, lustful I I: suited to the baseball fan than to the FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho-I THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597 I II
I comparison There MUST bea dist Church. Whole or part. Withor
dancing and liquor the toll of dishonor of the gospel of Jesus
preacher standard in Ice Cream FOIN- without dwelling Address or wire. HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLA.
"
is bound to be heavy. : Christ, than they will to the devoted SETTIA is the recognized stand- E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf I ,

When a view like this can be takenof Christian preacher who abides with ard, and we maintain the qualityat
social fad and be forthin influence such a high degree of perfectionthat FOR SALE OR RENTFiveroomhouse I
a can set them and lends a helpful, holy 1I
I competition is hardly notice ; large lot full of fruit trees.
a periodical read all over the year by year to every laudable able. Apply 308, Robinson avenue I II I
land, it is apparently high time for: enterprise in the community. ; I
Made of PURE
cream
parents to commence to realize the be it from to question the GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up
: Far us sterilized the products of
peril and to protect their daughtersfrom sincerity of Mr. Sunday, but there is inspected and passed dai- eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and
Brailed. Five Sentinel Ads1 Advertisers
the insidious contamination.-i and clownishness about ries. burner cooking plate. Pay
a flippancy a Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm .
Tampa Times. I his preaching that does not accord
I MADE IN A PALACE Of
: with the ideas of many good people. "For Sale-Collection of Tropical

Hundreds of Woodemn of the World It may be that that is the only! cleanliness and by the most plant cuttings, packed securely and I

spent yesterday in St. Augustine. The I method by which the bread of life :i modern machinery. -postpaid for One Dollar: 10 assorted, -- -

excursion in connectionwith but it I Crotans, 10 assorted Acalyphas, 10
was given : can be broken to some people, HfllliliiitMt8lttHIMMttMttlMtMiMlittltMMlie
the annual entertainment assorted Hibiscus, 10 assorted Oleanders -
convention of this is more likely that the
order, which is being held in Jackson-I feature is the drawing card of Mr. ; BETTER THAN THE 10 assorted Jasmines. Instruc-

ville. The citizens of I BEST tions for rooting and growing with
St.
Augustineand Sunday's success.
I and Go Larn
Take in
the Chamber of Commerce there I I Its for sale same.TROPICAL PLANT SALES COMPANY I e Family
had made
great preparations for the The metric system is being urged i in your town
entertainment of the visitors and for India by various industrial and Miami, Fla. 6-13 3t
a I Spend the summer on one of the numerous lakes on
great day was enjoyed. I I commercial organizations. : FOR SALE BY
EVERY BODY'S DOING IT
I the Beach. Now is your time to buy,
V. \V. ESTES & CO. Automobiling, we are open for dates 4

picnic parties, or a crowd for an

ORLANDO FLA. evening drive. Call 360 or ask forC. .

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA No.1 W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . 25
I -U FOR RENT

MIHtitltttHMMMtftlllWE Nice large rooms, furnished. Con- CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50 '

venient for business people, also light
; BUY FOR CASH CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
Regular DownpourOF 'II house keeping. Delightful location ,
WE SELL FOR CASHNo
with without board. Terms
or very
Camp cots and everything to go camping.
i reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel -
-
Middleman Profits i office. 5-22 tf

i No Interest to Pay
GROVE FOR SALE
BARGAINST THE
; YOU GET THE BENEFIT $1,600 cash needed-21-3 acres,, 150

trees-orange, grapefruit and lemons I
i OF THE SAVINGSWe
handle building material in its n bearing. $464 worth of fruit taken I HELMS HARDWARE

completeness, Brick. Lime, Cement. 'rom it last winter. 5 miles Southeast

IP By securing jour personal Lumber. Roofing, Tiling. Etc.. Etc. of Orlando at Conway. 5 room house, COMPANY
Better and cheaper than the other J churches, school and store right at

needs now, you can make more I fellow Prompt shipments guaran door. No commission-deal direct IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDllllllllllllllllt.t
teed. i
clear money than by any day's with owner. Will trade for city prop I

; DYE LUMBER COMPANY erty. Address, R. J. PIATT,
work you have ever done Everything R. F. D., No. 1, Orlando, Fla.
: Gainrstille, Florida 5-22 tf P c FRIDAY and SATURDAY
in our store is being sold
; I P. 0. Box F49J ----

at a sacrifice.Be No_ il Money to loan on improved prop-
MMIIMMIMIMtftnifT9i I erty. S. Y. WAY. SFEO.A.LS:
-
sure and visit our store. Itwill
"For Sale-Tropical Fruit Seed.

eventually pay you. Remember a lJfe I I i: Upon receipt of $1.00 we will send, k

I j postpaid, the following fresh Tropical
Tip. !
lookers welcomed I
are as politely dr Pf2\ U1GRIYmG(I :' seed. Liberal quantity. Good assort-
'
as bujers. 'JTOVAUBtDTAMPirtAl : ment: Mangoes, Rose Apples, Sapodillas 730 Liffioge 1:11: t 4 43c
.11III a.us IGII.RI6/fT MiClS' [

1 4,i ---- -- -- --- ---------.1 PR9MPT MAIL ORDER JKY1CE-1 !, Surinam, Pawpaws Cherries,, Sugar Custard Apples Apples, etc.,

For immediate planting.

Paul A. Horn TROPICAL PLANT SALES COMPANY -

Brown & Larti ueMen's Miami, Fla." 4
i I \ DUNN
MISSES
: HAMILTON &
i CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Shanibarger's for bicycles and

I !i Sundries. tfi
and Boys' Outfitters i
I! REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. I Agents for Barclay CorsetsA
i i! FOR SALE-Rubber Stamp Outfit. .
I I P. 0. Box 624 Orlando, Fit. Address R. S. Sentinel office. e



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it Charley's he Charley had one Butter Antics was serious a an'With nice fault Sugar husky His, which On."Bread boy I deem, but'an' !!|lCiN1i O iA 4 K &is I dOMPANP 4 I l LUCERNE[ R [ I [ \ [ L


my duty to mention although It was
perhaps a natural symptom of real ) '. '
hood. In the middle of an exdtingj Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.09. MOTION PICTURES
game of I ISaturday's
woolly-woolly-wolf, three-old-
Total Resources over Three-quarters 01!
cat, nibs or shinny:! he would slip away | a Million.
home, to return presently with a perfectly
'
paralyzing slice of bread an' butter Statement of the Orlaido Bonk ui
an' sugar on. I -- Program"A
Now f < .:5- Toast Co, at Close of Bosinen
if
youere ever a boy yourself ,
you'll agree that Charley was very immoral I gl \ }i! \ ; I April 16th, lIU-The Sereitk -
to behave that way. The effect ', "' ;\'! f'" COUNTRY MAID'S ROMANCE" . . Majestic
t was J. A ,.:,. .. : AimlTerwry tf1U
always disastrous. The game I (.. It,. i\ .
,
: :.s i4J. 1'I A rural drama woven around two
would jealous rivals. Pic-
come to an Immediate halt <> ",,, I' Existence I
while every kid in the bunch gazed I !r"Jt",';r.-Y.. < l-' '.f. turesque in environment and appealing in theme. .

longingly at Charley's lunch each of "#:"" .1'...:. ;:..!...'i.... .J.-,.J;;'" _
fls ruminating silently on the wisdom j;.ti '" ;y.1";" l""r4._ }- "THE GOOD WITHIN" .RelianceA
.
of a combined attack, since none of us I '. {t i;.... RESOURCES
would for a moment think of trying to ::'i iIi"{ Jq!. n l'i r; v thrilling social drama portraying how a woman sacrifices .
share: the tempting tidbit single hand. : '. .. x. ::::1 ?'-':< ; .' Loans and DI.ecnmb.'M8,19T.SI all for the sake of a mother's pleadings for her

ed. And that, too, you will say was i I. 4"H"t ,'F"' ?;' ).ltsx" wayward son. A picture that you will appreciate.
"t
natural enough If you've been a boy. v tt-. ,:', :<' ';< : Real Estate, Furniture

But the particular reason why Char j I Ji- ... \:"t';: .. and Fixtures .......... 25,853.44 I "EXPRESS C. O. ll." . . . Thanhouser !
ley's
be carried offenv his was bread immoral an'butter was an'the sugaron. way I f t express
I messenger 1
:n t !-
; "'" on hand and In Banks M467.81
lie didn't hold it In the grasp of boosts his own game only to have the tables turned
his hand like other boys; he elevated 1 r 6t7 i L on him."LUCERNE'S. .
daintily on the tips of his fingers and i Total ................$789,260.08
thumb just as a waiter carries a tray t ; I) L-CT'P -
That I say, was immoral. And he ate LIABILITIES l
around it in concentric circles, ever approaching I Endeavors are to please. That's why we
the supreme saccharine pin + : Capital Stock ...........'100,000.00Surplu. are getting the crowds.
'
"
Bade of palatabiiity at the geograph- : and
teal center of the slice. But long before Profits ........ ?.
he had circumscribed his luncheonthe Deposits ........ MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
first time most of us would be
scampering;:: for borne to pet the nearest Undivided'L NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
Imitation Total ........ I
that long suffering;:: mother
'
could produce.-William Brady, M. D.,

In Outing Magazine. I, Deposits April -4, ....$ 'L 1 I II !i 1: 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each I i'

THE FIELD OF VISION. Deposits April 16, 1918... 665,11548 I I I GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST '
I I I
f Even Persons With Normal Eyes Are I United SUie Covenant. State and Coutj Depository Increase la 12 dale ......$.7241948 MMMHMMM MMMIM

Partially Color Blind. J
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The'ariou.i tests for color blindness 0 -' = ,
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have come Into practical use In the examination .
of railroad engineers and
the like where the ability to distinguish MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMIMMMMMU I
colors Is necessary, so that these THE MARKETOf
tests are no longer peculiar to the lab
oratory. But It I Is not generally known W. M. SLEMONS I i
outside the laboratory that everybody
Is partially color blind-that is, in certain Cleanliness Of Quality |
= parts of the field of vision.
The most normal individual can see
all the colors only when he looks dl. FRESH AND SALT
MEATS
rectly at them. If looked at from ar Because summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We
,
angle of about fifteen degrees red and stock of desirable
carry a large goods. FISH AND GAME
I'green can no longer be seen, but in

their places will appear shades of yellow I- WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GINGHAMS Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
or blue. This region of the eye is
known as the yellow-blue zone. If the RATINE, SILKS, SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.
color be moved still farther to the sld(> Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
| the yellow and blue will disappear and We sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
only gray can be seen. This region I is and $3.00. pure.

I known blindness.as* the zone of complete colo Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

An Interesting theory In regard I WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.
[these zones Is that normal
represents three stages every of evolution eye RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.

Its The the zone lowest of complete stage and color appears blindness 10 We carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. I The PARLOR MARKET

such animals as the frog, whose vision 1- Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
Is known as shadow vision. Thbmeyellow '
I zone is one step higher in Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON H. M. Self & Co.
I the scale, although not clearly market
I off in the animal kingdom. And th e HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.

I I appearance marks the highest of the stage red-green of evolution zone It is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. 18-20 PINE STREET

(Cases of color blindness are. accordin
[to this theory, a lack of developmen Phone No. 80
[beyond the early stage in the Individual -

[Strand life.-Professor Magazine. Toffenberger In W. M. SLEMONS, *+* iiiiiiinniiiinM

Holly Once a Medicine.
Holly formerly played an important ft II Ml MM Ml HUM I Mil MM fit MlMMIMMIiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMI, IMMMIM MMMMMMMIIMMMM *r"" ",",--"'- W'.W'.W'uu"Vf'__GvGGriii..tiWWGGOpG OQ

part in domestic medicine. The berries I
LIGHT THE
ire "violently purgative and emetic"
and were,swallowed ten at a time by r ,

|far yapors intemperate maladies.," "spleen"Some ancestors and years other to ago cure mysterious pro the mi- IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN 1 *J Jr& I I J PATH TO PROSPERITY I I

eat French physicians pronounced a
lecoctton of holly leaves or an extract Merchants who
use Electric Signs never lose I
om the bark, called "llicine," to be it
Luperior to quinine as a tonic tudebrlftt their way by choosing the wrong road to suc

e. Owing to commercial and THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new I
her difficulties the boom died away,
jind "iHcine" no longer figures In the HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

Jrltish. Pharamacopoeia.-London Express. DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I

MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY trade within its reach: That is the reason
Curious Effects of Frost.
An egg expands when it is frozen so REFUNDED. they command the attention of buyers.
anch that the Increased bulk breaks )
Ihe shell. Apples, on the contrary, I
ntract to such an extent that a full For Every Store OwnerNo

rrel will shrink until the top layer B. Salomon OrlandoMMMIMIMIIIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIIMMMMMMMMMMMMM
111 be a foot below the chine. Whenhe matter how small his business, the Elec- e
frost has been slowly and.careful- ,
drawn out they again assume their tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
formal size and appearance. Applesbe advertising.
transported when the mercury I --s
20 degrees below zero. Potatoes I Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit
laee touched by frost are ruined. MMIIIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMIMM
I a sketch.
WELCOME TO
A Damper. r WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us.-.No Expense to You.
don't have life !
A.-You seem to any ROYAL PALM
you. Is there nothing or nobody
Uer which you can enthuse! B.- THE MOST OF THE BEST
pothing at all. I once became enthusi BARBER SHOPModern i 0

tic erward over somebody she became and my a wife.short Thatas time and Complete. II For the Least i W T[ & U T CO5

a sad warning to me to avoid enslasm. -
.-Pearson's Weekly. Everything new, individual J
electric attachments at COOK WITH GAS8MMIj
A Feminine View. chair. No every Tender
atone has been left Juicy MeatsYou
9Q& ,
["When I was young, my deaf, girls : unturned to make this shop I
\\ere not allowed to sit up so late with
i meet th
erequirements of the I
men""Then
|ung papa, why do you allow me I cost particular. Plenty of j jI can always depend on getting the best at oar Subscribe For The Sentinel.IMMMMMMMMMMMMIMMMMMIMIlhlllMM'

do so? It \\ould be so mucb more I room. Courteous attendants. ; market, and you will find there is a wonderful( differ- .
Iterestlng: if you would only forbid
ELIJAH I
[" WHITEHEAD, ence in meats.
-Judge. 1
Proprietor.Orange i iI '
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|Algy-I hope.Crushed.Miss Gotrox-may I I Ave, Orlando, Fla. G COART( & REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER i

ppe-that I is. (U there any hope that Iiy PIGUEI -- --- -
[ II irl'\S-Wbllt' there's life I
lie's hone. but- Algy-Ves. yes. goleiresv GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec BOONE STREET Horse and Buggy. per day $2.50
l''I [ -While there's life there's ; tions at about one-third less than: us ORLANDOFLA.PHOXE 1-2
I day 1.50
-
ir>p. bnt but you're a dead one!- I ull1ist prices. Full line in stock.

lick., 'I W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. 1.1 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

street. "
|!fo wh-'ever: sphere his duty lies I ++t III e{ 44444444444444444Read 1-2 day 2.50
... .
Pry r n :mst rely on himself. Other -- --- --
If you have a house for rent, advertise
In ht'n I i'*. but we must make our
1" es, .S'r! .loba LubbocU. in the Sentinel's classified col the J. B. Magruder & Son
umn and get a tenant Daily Sentinel ..



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" ,1"1.,11,1,11.11,111111111111111111111: MIAMI REACHING FOR THE f . .

PLUM I

Louis C. Massey, President.T. .
The Miami Board of Trade is tak-

Picton Warlow Vicc.Pn 8. WtUn How. Cull ing time by the forelock by creating

Howard C. Babc<
place for holding the 1914 editorial

association. The board is sendingout

THESTATE a circular to all the newspaperswhich

like Jim Smiley's frog "hasa What is theCHRISTMAS

good many strong pints." Thereis

just one thing however, if Miami is

L BANK going to steal our title "The City i

Beeautiful" we will have to make I SAVING

: Orlando "The City Most Beautiful."

Still, we like Miami and we can

conceive no good reason why the edi- .

of OrlandoTHE torial association would not be highly CLUB ?

: gratified to respond to the invitation -

I to meet in that splendid East

I Coast City. Orlando will feel
a special -
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND interest in Miami '
I as many former -
I Merely a number of people i\ho arrange to systematically
citizens of this city are in business -

I there. save certain odd pennies each week uilh (the positive assurance -

f The following is the claim of the
that (they nill receive a check (two weeks before
Board of Trade
The Bank which transacts more business than 'I :
I "Miami has many claims for Christmas for every penny they have saved.

I. any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa I tinction and recognition at )diS-1

hands. This probably is the

f. thriving city in the state of Florida, t tI

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up its population having more than
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during twenty years by conducting its business on sound I doubled" in the past two years. You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.
)Uaml'= climate is the most salubrious
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- I
and equitable of any section '
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis of the United States. The 2 cents the first

reuected in the large amount of deposits. "Miami is the City Beautiful of $11
week
Florida, and is likely the most enterprising "club" nets you .
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913! $900,000 in the State. I

"Known as Miami is throughout the

I state as the most forward and pro-

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur gressive municipality in the state,

there is a natural desire on the part IT WORTH WHILE '

of most people of Florida to see and

know what we are doing.
correspondent banks are located in every part of
"Miami is really the market placeof

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the the Everglades, a canal leading Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully, H

United States. from Lake Okeechobee to this city. or better still join some club now.

Holding your meeting this year on

) the West Coast of Florida, you could
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I II hardly do a more consistent thing

I than to hold your next meeting on

RECEPTION TO BOYD DR. AND MRS. THE PLACES Of WORSHIP the East Coast, and while all condi- The Peoples National Bank ill

I tions on the West Coast are fresh in

your minds, a comparison might be
The members of the Emmanuel MethodistJ.
made in the infant city of Miami "It is
on a pleasure to
serve you"
Baptist church gathered in the spa- E. Wray, Pastor. the East Coast."I -
cious home of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., C. E.
am sending under :
Boardman last evening in welcome to Howard, Supt.Preaching you seperate
cover a pamphlet and folder whichwill HUM MM It MIM1111M i M HttMlttlMlfftttlflttMttllMMttiMtMiitllttltltttttttlHMiliiil
their new pastor, Dr. Boyd and his by the pastor, 11:00 a. m.
charming wife. I Subject, "God's Trade Mark." An- give some information regarding
Miami and the
The guests were greeted at the them, "The Day the Lord Hath Made" surrounding territoryin
the hope that be interest-
door by Mrs. Boardman, who lead Epworth League, 6:45 p. m., H. A. you may llilHHIIIi

them to Mrs. L. M. Cooke, who in Hoffner, president. ed."I
trust that find it :
turn introduced them to Dr. and Mrs. Preaching by the pastor, 7:30 p. m., you can agree-
able to advise me that look with :
Boyd. Subject, "The Day of Judgment," Illustrated you TOWELL'SFiiy
favor the make I '
proposition we ,
upon
The decorations were especially attractive I by the destruction of Gal-
that the Editorial Convention for 1914 I
quantities of Dutchess roses, veston. Anthem, "Break Forth Into
I be held in the of Miami
I city where
1
asparagus ferns and bamboo being Joy. Simper.All
the Board of Trade and the citizens I
used in the hall and drawing rooms.A of the above services will be:
delightful musical program was held in the "Grand. Choir rehersal generally will be ready to extend to I

given by Mrs. Eldon Gore, Mrs. Er- Monday night and mid-week prayer I you an open door and every other possible I anQ M nQSPECIALS

nest Wade, Dean and Mrs. Sherrod, meeting Wednesday night in the public courtesy. 1itriy

Mrs. Joseph Davis, Mrs. J. Robinson school building. Everybody cordially Very truly yours, ,,

Murphy, Miss Ruth Hendricks and invited to all the services. NATHAN Director of A.Publicity.COLE, II : ,

Mrs. Boardman. Later in the evening i :I ,

the orchestra from the Grand,I First BaptistDr.

under the leadership of Mr. G. Max C. T. Douglass will preach both WINTER RESIDENTS NOT FORGETFUL :
I OF ORLANDO i I
Smith, played several pretty numbersand morning and evening.

Dr. Stagg, in his usual witty Morning service will be at 11 a. m. !
I II One of our Fall River, Mass., sub i :
The service will be
manner, told a most amusing story. morning especially
scribers who spends his winters in
served by I to mothers and fathers. Everybody I
Ices and cakes, daintily -
I I I I Orlando, does not by going north:' : .
Misses Claire Robinson, Lura \Y est- cordially welcome. I

over Charlana Galey and Elsie Gore,II Sunday school at 9:30.B. for in the Orlando.summer In reading lose his of enthusiasm the mans'improvements :: 500 yards 36 inch pure Linen, 600 yards the new rrepe Ratine,
of the Y. P. U. at 6:30
concluding the pleasures en- p. m.
tertainment.The Evening service at 7:30: p. m. The being made in Orlando, : The 25c. and 30c. quality, for just the rage for summer,

following were among those I evening service will be especially to he tions is that moved seem to write quite pertinent.some sugges-lie I I 3 days, per yard 35c. value, 3 days, per yard,

present: the young ladies. .
I
has been coming to Orlando since I ;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boardman, Ladies' Missionary meeting on
1904 and refers to the great changes I 18c. 27c. ;
Mrs. Ora Layton, )Ir. and Mrs. Chas. Monday at 3:15 in the church. A full
that have been wrought since then ,
Mallard, Mrs. Norman Robinson, Miss attendance is urged.Emmanuel .
and suggests the idea of taking viewsof
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. G. Max Smith, I
old business buildings before they
Miss Jessie Gard, Mrs. Gard, Rev. Dr. Baptist Church :
are torn down and take a picture of
and Mrs. Stagg, Mrs. Burdette, Mrs. Preaching Sunday by the Pastor, I':
the same site after the new building I Three Biff Specials] in Pique Corduroys
Limerick, Mrs. Mooney, Miss Ruth Rev. Preston Boyd, at 11 a. m. and ,
has been completed. The last :
Gardner, of Zellwood, Miss Winnie 7:30 p. m. The subject for the morn-

Henderson, of Fairvilla, Mrs. F. A. ing will be "Brilliant Bitterness." In three years have worked marvelous : White Pink Blue and Tan :
changes in Orlando that the people I
Eaton, Miss Ruby Wilkins, Mr. Hen the evening Mr. Boyd will speak on an ,
who live here, year in and out, :
dricks, Miss Ruth Hendricks, Mrs. M. evangelistic theme, subject, "Give Me year t
cannot fully appreciate how great the :
F. Zeller, Mr. James, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Another Chance." changes that have been made. WHITE NARROW AND WIDE WALE CORDUROY I
and Mrs. F. N. Boardman, Mrs. Allen, Sunday School at 9:45, Mr. F. N.
Mrs. W. P. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Boardman superintendent. Prayer How interesting an evening of 27 inches wide, 25c value, 3 ,days ____________17c yd. ;
moving pictures might be furnishednow .
H. N. James, Mrs. Marvin Somer- Meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30
if we but had films of Orange
ville, Mrs. Cornell, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Rev. Boyd lectures every Wednesday WHITE, NAVY, TAN, AND BLACK CORDUROY,
avenue, and Church street of threeor
Mr. and Mrs. J. evening the Sunday school lesson.
James Thompson, on four years ago and again of today. 27 inch, 30 and 35c quality, 3 days ______________21c
Empie, Mrs. S. A. Robinson, Miss All services held in the Rest and
And the same would be true of our
Claire Robinson, Mrs. Albert Davis, Tea Room. Public is invited. I I

Mrs. Styles, Mrs. Chapman, Dean and residential districts. Orlando must WHITE, TAN, NAVY AND PINK, THE VERY LATESTIN
certainly present a pleasing pictureto
Mrs. Sherrod, Mrs. L.Y.. Cook, Mr. Presbyterian C
the old time residents when they WELTS FOR SUITS AND SKIRTS, 35c to 45c
and Mrs. L W. Holliday, Mr. and Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.
Mrs. Chas. Phillips, Freeman Phillips. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., W. R. ditions.stop to contemplate present day ('on-I kind, three days for ---__________________ 28c yd. .

Louis R. Phillips, Miss Rachael Phil- O'Neal, superintendent.Services I j

lips, Miss Gertie Else, Mrs. Baum- at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
MILK REPORT I II
wart, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Westover, Morning sermon, "Life's Need of

Miss Lura Westover, F. A. Eaton, F. Certainties. Evening service, ")Ied- '
I The City Council publishes the report -
B. Eaton, Mr. Burnett, Mr. Hugh itation Producing Both Trouble and N. P. YOWELL
of the milk inspector, which only
Murphy, Mr. Edgar Thompson. Joy.
contains the report of the butter fat
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
found in the milk. What the public
TEACHER'S EXAMINATIONThe Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m., Wed-
is vitally interested in, is the sanitary

teachers examination whichwas nesday.A cordial. invitation to strangersand I conditions of the dairy, the manner in The Big White Store

held last week and upon which visitors. I which the milk is handled, cooled and .
refused t bottled and the condition of the herd.
licenses were granted or was I
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tions could hardly be considered a few friends were informally en- I FOR SALE AT THE FAVORITE TODAY NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS

fair test of a person's qualificationto tertained yesterday by Mrs. Aber- COLD IN NORTH CAROLINA i
I "The Long Strike . . Imp
examinations
However, the "
teach. nethy at her attractive home on East Practically new Rambler Automo- ,. Bids will be received for ihe
resulted very satisfactorily.Of Central avenue. The afternoon was According to the Asheville, N. C. 'II bile, equipped with Presto lights, top, A two reel masterpiece hauling and construction of Looms over
submitted Citizen, the 600 Words cannot describe this won- in
the 32 white teachers who pleasantly passed in playing bridge; delegates attendingthe curtains, windshield, speedometer, I the Court House for jury .
Y. W. C. A. convention | derful picture. It must be seen to uarter:;
twenty-six in that
to the examination iced tea and delicious nut cookies being clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra : Plans and specifications will !ue
received licenses. Four in first grade, served at the conclusion of the city felt the cold keenly and huddled i! tire, tube and complete set tools and be appreciated. in the office of the Clerk of! on file
second and ten in third. around the fire like in winter. The j "The Petticoat Detective .Powers the Cir
in
twelve
games. accessories.Also cuit Court. Bids will be
people who were dwelling in tents !' A splendid comedy revived up
Six failed. has trunk with two suit to the meeting of the
colored only three actually suffered. The weather was auto I Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. Ad- Board bf C:gin.;
Of the thirteen FOR RENT A small house, also for Reason for sell- ty Commissioners on the
cases touring. Fi -st Mon-
not only cold, but there mission five cents to all.
and received was four *
passed the required grade rooms for light house-keeping. Rent ing have no further use for car. i I day in July. \
of rain and sleet. t
days
licenses. The colored teachers will reasonbale. Apply 10 Gould St. 14-3t u
necessarily need brush up if they hold I : Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.Lpage526tf. I Phone 24 and say"Send me the Daily By order of County Commi5sJ nr3.

:; their places in the schools. Subscribe for the Sentinel. Subscribe for the Sentinel SentineL" B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.I .

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