The daily sentinel
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Title: The daily sentinel
Uniform Title: Daily sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
Physical Description: 1 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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Dirt Servto, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MOVING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of th> State

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At 11:30 o'clock yesterday morningin Mahlor. Gore, who has been on a Washington, June 14.-Grave warn- Chicago, June 14.-Under indictment :: Special to the SentineL Special to the Sentinel. _ _

Jacksonville, the vows that made visit to relatives in S.uth Dakota, ing to the Southern States, especially on a charge of operating a confidence j| New York, June 14.-After eluding! New York, June 14.-Thirteen mea

Miss Blanche Annie Chapman and came bark: to Sioux City last evening.Mr. Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, Ala- I game, Orlando, E. Robinson, J|I the police of this city for six weeks, : part of a forte working on the Lexington .

Mr Joseph Benjamin Lawton, Jr., : Gore saw where he homesteadedin bama, and Florida against the whole- I former manager of a match company, Oresto Shillitoni, alias "Paper Box avenue branch of the ubways,

man and wife, were solemnly expressed Dakota territory, in 1863. He has sale exportation of their cattle is contained I and his son, Orlando, Jr., are accused ,: Kid," today surrendered himself to were caught in a cavein ton&ht Six

at the 'home of the bride's the unique distinction of having filed I in a special statement issued'i of having duped forty members of the the police and was locked up charged of the number were dead when the

parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Chap. the first homestead claim in the Uni- today by the bureau of animal indus- j Forty-first Street Presbyterian church I with the death of policemen Heaney rescue party dug them out two hours

man, in Riverside, Jacksonville. ted States. He did it just after mid- try of the Department of Agricul j out of $21,500. They are said to have j and Teare, and John Rizzo, a strike- later, and two others showed some

The ceremony being performed byRev night of December 31, 1862. That is ture. interested the church people in their I breaker. It is stated tonight that signs of life and were hurried to a

L. S. Chapman, of Key West, a splendid farm now and practicallyall In the past twelve months, says the' scheme to organize a match vending Shillotini gave himself up because he hospital.

Fla., a brother of the bride. the free land (,f the country has; statement, buyers from the Middle machine company by holding prayer feared vengeance of the relatives and I Th03r..._ "r.,,_ ...tn 4-" "" "' "..l: 1 n_
.v ? owl.
Rev. Dr. Chapman was pastor of been taken up by millions of homesteaders I West have taken from that district meetings. !I I friends of the dead. der the huge masses of rocV] and it

the Methodist church in Orlando for I who filed after he did, ass : thousands of animals, many of which i; The Robinsons were released on ,' Rizzo was killed during an argument is thought the boulders will have to

several years and it was during this I the years passed by. go to the slaughter house when they $8,000 bail each.Attorneys with Shillotini over a revolver be blasted before they can be reached.An .

period that Miss Chapman met and On this Dakota trip, Mr. Gore saw should be retained for breeding pur-! for that portion of thePresbyterian which the latter claimed he had loan-
I I I I overcharge of dynamite isisaid to
plighted her love to Mr. Lawton. Miss another thing that interested him, the poses. I I I congregation which now ed Rizzo, when Rizzo went on picket be the cause of the cave in. i

Chapman, % her lovely manner and .' road over which he traveled as a member "Some of the people of the South," claims it has been swindled, assert : duty during the shirtwaist makers'
hearts of I'I. of the the the bureau "seem that these that the Robinsons held meetings strike and which
sweet disposition, won the posse, organized by says glad i I prayer he claimed Rizzo FINAL RULINGS IN RAILROAD

all who knew her and her return to sheriff Woodbury county, John M. cattle are being shipped out, as the in their suite in a downtown hoi i I i failed to return. The policemen were RATE

this city'will be haled with joy. McDonald, to intercept the James- number of scrub cattle is being reduced -',. tel and at the residences of several :I I killed when they went to the assist- \

Mr. Lawton is one of Orlando's Younger gang, who were fleeing back and the South will get better of their customers. The ministers, ance of Rizzo.OPENING .
Washington June
foremost ,young men and his friends !' toward Missouri, after their raid upon'cattle as the result. They do not consider business men, wash women, factory touches to the Supreme court' decision

are )legion. He is a son of Mr. and Minnesota banks in 1876. that if the shortage of cattle is girls, widows and orphans are listedas : : OF LARCHMONTYACHTING: in the railroad rate case from

Mrs J. B. Lawton, and is at present Air. Gorewas a "mighty hunter" in such as to cause buyers to come from their alleged victims, whose confidence SEASON Missouri Arkansas
Kentucky Oregon
deputy; sheriff of Orange county and a those days and had a better rifle than the Far West to buy these scrub cat- !1 I was gained at the religious I and West Virginia, are bJlieveJ-

most efficient officer, and by his anybody else in this region. The rpb- tle for breeding purposes, the chancesof : meetings. I Special to the Sentinel. to have been added today in ''secret
straightforward business methods, here only carried big cavalry revolvers. Southern farmers re-filling their The Robinsons are said to have operated -: New York, June 14.-The annual conference. The decisions, with, thost

has made himself a most popular offi These carried as far as an ordinary :I pastures with good cattle are indeed in thirty-four cities in the' ;1 spring regetta of the Larchmont in the other forty-nine cases oeforc

cer. gun, and in their hands were small, but where are these good breed- same manner. :i Club this afternoon will inaugurate' the court are expected to I lie announced --

Mr. and Mrs. Lawton will be for most dangerous weapons, so even '' ing cattle to come from at a reason- { : the summer's yachting activities on'
the time being at the home of the though Mr. Gore had a long range ,able price?" I YALE COMMENCEMENT WEEK : the water near New York. Hereto- Justice Hughes is j\
I : picked by mostlawyers
groom's parents on Lake Eola, where rifle, he was safer in not meeting The Department experts point out :| fore the races have gotten under way :, familiar with the court

they will be glad to receive their them. 'Sioux City Tribune. that the South is especially adapted Special to the SentineL in the morning but this year it has 'polt"r.""...u... ..."..,, ......".......,,,.,;"n f cumuume___"__n \. conclusion proiu ___-
many friends. Had ,the sheriff's posse met the to the raising of cattle, because of i New Haven, Conn, June 14.-The : been decided that the afternoon is a of the tll1
court, as he did ui the
The people of Orlando will unitein James brothers on that trip, it is the long grazing season, the mild win- activities of commencement week at i I more auspicious time for the hold- '

sincere well wishes for the futureof probable that Sioux City would have ters and the great varieties of pas- Yale were ushered in to-night with'I II i I I ing of such events, as past experience he Minnesota will review rate the cases.opinion In doinf.so ofudge, _

these excellent young people. had several funerals next day in;turage. For that reason it has made the presentation of Farquhar's play, i: shows that there is little or no wind' Smith McPherson of
the W{ terr,
SThe returned to Orlando last even which citizens of the town would I 'a special appeal to the Southern farmers "The Recruiting Officer" by the Yale ;i I in the morning, but that a breeze | Missouri Circuit Court. By | _
ing. have figured, but neither of the broth to retain their breeding herd. Dramatic Association. The performance usually freshens up in the afternoon. coincidence JudgelcPherson:
in, that
ers would have been present. For was given in the open air on the Events have been scheduled for

OPENING OF CO NAUGHT PARK neither the sheriff nor any of his pos- BKIDGIE WEBBER STABBED 1 campus. and the fact that the "la yachts of various classes, and some opinion courage", commented of Justice upon Hughes the "moral"then

TRACK .se had ever seen the James, boys, dies" in the cast, used a baritone voicein keen sport i is anticipated. The course Governor ,
of New York, for
and.they would not have been justified'1 I New York, June 14. "Bridgie" delivering their lines and' several has been changed and arrangementshave 2-cent vetoing
a bill.
Judge Mo-
SieciaI.to the SentineL in shooting down strangers on sight. \i' Webber, one of the four gamblers who I[ of them might have needed a shave, been made to seperate as far as ,, Pherson held passenger the Missouri maximum,

Ottawa, Que., June 14.-Canada't Whereas the men the shertf was : testified against Police Lieut. Becker :I[ did not detract from the enjoyment ; possible, the larger yachts from the freight rates, and the 2-cent

newest race track at Connaught Park, j seeking would have understood that'' and the gunmen convicted of the mur- ; of the play by the spctators. j smaller ones, to prevent the blanket- law passen-
ger confiscatory and enjoined
about four miles from this city, was any party of armed men on horse- der of Herman Rosenthal, another President Arthur T. Hadley will deliver !i' ing on the home stretch, that has their enforcement 1

opened this afternoon, with many of 'I back they might meet were enemies. gambler, was stabbed in the shoulder the Bacalaureate address at characterized the races of previous *

the Capital's most exclusiVf set in They would have begun the shooting early this morning under circumstances Woolsey Hall tomorrow morning. '' years. ''

I attendance.The I I and they were expert shots and quickon : which he seemed loathe to ex- Then will follow the dedication of the I' Several other interesting events are KICKING AGAINST FREE SUGAR:t

new course on the Aylmer road,1-on ger. They might have killed I plain. gateway in memory of President ,I scheduled for this month in the wat- Special to the Sentinel.Washington -. i

is a mile in circumference with six! half a dozen men, demoralized the i He was in the St Vincent's hos- Noah Porter. At 6 p. m. the dedica- I ers surrounding New York. On June June 14.-F. R. Hath-

furlongs and a mile and a quarter I I, others and made their get away before ;; pital today suffering some pain and tion of the gateway in memory of I!118, the Indian Harber Yacht Club will way, Secretary of the Michigan Beet

chutes. The buildings are all modern'l their pursuers could have ral i weak from the loss of blood, but his l Forrest Leonard Daniels '07 erected I| start its annual long distance run Sugar Company, testified at today's

structures and the grandstand has a' lied : wound will have no serious result I i by his classmates will be held, pro- I I from Greenwich, Connecticut to New session of the lobby committee. He _

seating capacity of abue 2,500.F.ive I \' unless blood poisoning sets in. Although -' :j 1 ceeded by an organ recital in Wool-} ,I London, arriving at the latter point produced a letter representing Pres-\

stakes are on the card for the\ INTERNATIONAL WOMAN SUFFRAGE | branded as some of his former sey Hall. i in time for the Yale-Harvard races. ident Wilson as assuring the Michigan -

entire meeting-the President's Plateat I CONGRESS J associates in the under-world as a Yachts of all classes down to the beet sugar men during the

a mile and a furlong; the Duke of\ !' "squealer" in the Rosenthal case, the t: AVERTS THREATENED CLASH ;"Qs" are entered.INVESTIGATING. last fall that they need not campaign be-

Connaught's Cup, one mile; Bankers Special to The SentineL little "informer" closed un tiirht when : -

Selling Stake, one mile and a sixteenth Budapest, June 14.-Women of all ; the detectives tried to pry-from him' ; Loughman, Fla., June 14.-A clash '! ; MINING: AFFAIRS afraid read of him if elected. The letter

Lumbermen's stake five furlongs nations between whites and negroes of this i by Hathway was written by II.
; distinguished in many walks! at the hospital this morning the story' A. Douglass, Treasurer
of the
and the Merchants' Selling i of life,. crowd Budapest today, preparatory ;, of the attack upon him. place was averted last night by the[ Sugar -
Company to another officer
arrival of Sheriff and -
Handicap, one mile. to the opening of the Inter- At first Webber tried to hide even timely Logan !\ Special to the SentineL
\ of the same concern the day alter -
The .President's Plate, which willj national Woman Suffrage Congress\'his own identity and the fact that he an armed posse from Lakeland. A Charleston, V.'a.., June 14.-Before Mr.
be tutv today is a handicap to which a I tomorrow. The delegates from China ;, had been wounded. The stabbing occurred -' negro was whipped here Tuesday for I the Senatorial Investigating spoke at Detroit, Sept.
III 20th. After the
meeting, Mr. Douglass
puree -of $1,500 is added. Among the{ and India and attracting much at- on East Eighth street. !!. having made an insulting remark j Committee, the West Virginia mine -
says he informed Mr. Wilson
starters for this race are II uron,I, tention from the natives of Budapest, Mr. E. M. Huffiner went to Lakeland ]I about a white woman. Negro sawmill ,' condition, Lee Calvin tonight claimedhe that
the local
Lahore ,Bwana Tumbo First \ but I I employes, resenting this, quit'I people contemplated investing -
Sight, these delegates, who are attend. : yesterday was on an armored train used by
Sotemia, Charleton G., Froglegs, Cliff!I,ing their first Congress, do not seem ,; I work and made threatening demon II the sheriff at Bonner Hill when he ,! business several millions more in the
but told him
Edge And Buskin, all well known on\\(I to resent the attention they attract.Freneh DROPPED DEAD i strationi went to Holly Grove to serve sum- unless not

the Canadian tracks. :: English and German are to i Armed negroes appeared in town I II monses. Calvin testified that Quin them proceed that Mr. Wilson reassured

Several of the stables which have be the official I and defied the local authorities. Sher-i I sugar would not be put on
I languages of the con- Special to the Sentinel. Morton, a mine operator was on the the free list.
been racing at the recent meet at the vention. For the I iff Logan was promptly appealed to ,
benefit of those Nantucket, Mass., June 14.-Mrs. train, and after the train passed This letter
Blue Bonnets track have shipped their: who do not speak any one of those Robert Billiard, wife of a well known for aid. Upon his arrival all is'quiet through Holly Grove, the firing began the was read into record
I | over
horses here for this meet. The spec- languages, the Budapest Woman Suf- actor, dropped dead this evening at and several arrests have been made.* from rapid fire guns at the striking': Mr. Hathway vigorous further protest told: by Reed.
ial horse .trains from Montreal arrived frage Committee has supplied a number -'! six o'clock 'in Hilliard cottage at Sias- I No more trouble is anticipated. i miners. Morton says, "Let's go back that his committee

here jn: Wednesday night from of young .women linguists, who I' eonwt.'BASEBALL. I and do them up again." :dropped heavily company since the stock election.has
Montreal kinging of the I with
many run- are conversant the above all I I He
predicted free
ners who had ,taken part in the Blue known tongues. For months these'I RESULTS IN THE BIGI ; ---- ,! SUIT FOR DIVORCE all the factories sugar would clos.'
I ; in Michigan.
Bonnets meatNINETEEN Philadelphia, June 14.-Mrs. Dorothy -
young women studied
they might guide the visiting i. I Green, of the Merion Cricket: Special to the SentineL
Special to the Sentinel.
MOORS KILLED delegates about and interpret for Club, near this city, yesterday defeated Los Angeles, Cal., June 14.-Mrs.I I, AMERICANS WIN SECOND GAME,
; them. National Miss Edna Wildely, of Plainfield,I Anita Baldwin McClaughry, one of I f

Alhucemas, Morocco: June 14.- Pittsburg, 5; New York, 6. N, J., in the first round of the wo the two daughters of the late E. J. Special to the Sentinel I t

j Cincinnati, 2; Boston, 4. man's field. Mrs. Green will probably: Meadowbrook, L. I.
Nineteen Moorish soldiers were killed I GETS FIVE I I "Lucky" Baldwin and heiress to $10- June 14.-Tht
i! Chicago, 5; Brooklyn, 1. meet Miss Mary Brown of California -j American Polo Team this
and sixty wounded in a single volley I I I 000,000, today filed suit for absolute afternoonwon
St. Louis, 0; Philadelphia, 7. the title holder, for the championship I the second and
-! divorce Hull deciding
fired by the Spanish cruiser Reina Special to the SentineL i : against McClaughry,, match

Regente, according to an official dis 1 San Francisco, CaL June 14.-For AmericanNew I today. t charging extreme cruelty. from the English team by a score of
York., 5! :, Detroit., 6. Mrs. Green Miss 4% to H .
and who No
received here It --- ---- -- --- Wildely, closer match has
patch .today. says: j mer Detective Sergeant Frank Esola ever
Boston, 8; St. Louis, 1. hold the State championship ni the !' been played for the
"A large party of Moors: boarded who was convieted last week of complication METHODIST CHURCH HAS DISAPPEARED cup and today's ,
( Philadelphia, 0; Cleveland, 3. doubles, will oppose Mrs. Robert Williams game sets up a record in
the Spanish gunboat Gen. Concha, in the $200,000 Italian bunco ; International
af-I Washington, 8; Chicago, 3. I the metropolitan champion i Dolo..
ter the crew had been taken off For
ring, which operated tinder police the first time in thirty years
she went ashore Thursday, near here. protection, was today sentenced to Southern 1 and Miss Mary Brown, the national I there is no Methodist church building The game was filled with records j
Memphis, 1; Montgomery, 0. champion, in the national rounds of in for I
every three
j way
They were pillaging tie vessel when I serve five years in the Foltom Pen- Ii in Orlando. The old building has were record
New Orleans 6 Mobile, 5. (
the doubles today. record hits
the cruiser Reina Regente been razed and and record gal-
up itentiary. other policemen who I I completely removed
Birmingham, 1; Nashville, 0, firs'game. I
loping in
and fired her entire broadside among were under indictments charged with I from the site. which the English ponies
Birmingham, 2; Nashville, 4, POWERS TO ASK
them, killing ten and wounding six: the same offense, will be plated on second game.Chattanooga. II DEMOBILIZATION I' But there is a consolation in the more than held their own.

ty." trial I fact that the
Monday. 4 Atlanta 3. new structure will be I ,
I I begun immediately and pushed to FALLS THREE STORIES t
South Atlantic
Sefia, June 14.-It is understood

AVIATOR KILLED PANKHURST ARRESTED AGAIN Savannah, 5; Macon, 2. the European powers intend to makea I I, rapid completion. Special to the Sentinel.- .< ..

Albany, 11; Charleston, 8. collective demand for the Atlanta
demobilization Ga., June
Lisbon, Portugal, June 14.-Portuguese London, June 14.-Emmeline Pank- Jacksonville, 4; Columbus, 0, first of the THREE HUNDRED DROWN IN tin H.-W. W. MarI I
Bulgarian I 83
I army as soon ,. age of Decherd Tenn.
aviator named Manio was hurst was arrested again today and I i game. Jacksonville, 5; Columbus, 5, as the cabinet has been reconstructed INDIA three stories down fell
killed today when his aeroplane collapsed taken to Holloway jail. second Called at end of 11th I elevator shaft of
Bombay India June
I game. announcement of which is expected 14.-Floods the Third National
at a height of one thousand She had been released on licenseon :| account darkness. r' today. cost the loss of 300 lives today in the this afternoon and Bank building late ,

feet. May 30, owing to ill health was instantly kill
brought| Carolina palitina district on the peninsula of ed. He came here to ,
about by a "hunger strike" while she ; Asheville, 6; Greensboro, 4. WEATHER REPORT Kathlawar, to the noher of Bombayon Presbyterian attend the recent -

Ten cents buys a book that will was serving her sentence of three Winston-Salem, 14; Raleigh, 5. the Arabian Sea. The inunda-i Assembly. \

please you. Curtis & O'Neal. years penal servitude. Charlotte, 4; Durham, 2. Fair Sunday and Monday. tions were caused by heavy rains. Subscribe for the SentineL \

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THE CANNING INDUSTRY I:8J88 MMMHItllti" " " '\" :::::::::;; :

A new dispatch from Adel, Ga.,

lutes tens a canning of that the"beets beginning plant, at beans that of and place operationof toma-and I Gifts to PleaseMay I Bargains! Bargains! !

toes will be canned for the present
and later sweet potatoes and syrup
will be the chief products canned." Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
An extensive cannery which is be- be safely purchased fromus Shoes for men, ladies misses and children, in all styles
ing established at Ocala, Fla., will and colors, high and low cut to suit the taste of every
make a specialty of canning sweet '! body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
potatoes, and to secure the raw ma- where everythingis Ladies Shirtwaists from 48c up.
terial is said to be contracting for Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
practically all the sweet potatoes to guaranteed. :' Gingham, from 98c up.
be grown in Marion county in which F Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
Ocala is located. It will can other from 25c up.Ladies' .
vegetables in season, and proposesto Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in anst"les
operate continuously.At t sizes and colors, from 98c up.
various other places in the }tk Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Southeast canneries are being estab-j Allen & Co. 2. Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
lished, and the industry is Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wcar and Trimmed
Hats from 25c
goon become one of great importancein up.
this section.It Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
has not been so many years Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
since nearly all the cotton goods JEWELERS Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
manufactured in this country were Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up. ,
made in New England, the raw cot- Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles .. (
ton being shipped from this section, and colors, from 50c up. ,
of course. But with the industrial Orlando FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 25c up. ;
development of the South, the cotton]! Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits,all sizes, from J8c up. c 1.'. =\
mills have been coming to their pro{ Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. ,.;,..':;'. : :.
per location-between the cotton: Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition ; j
rows. j we gi ire away premiums in chinaware to everybody ; .
Economic reasons are bringing 1 i who trades with us. '. '
the canneries to the section in which i iI We want your trade and we assure you that we will '. i
the raw products are grown at least I Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee : f
crisp, in greatest quantity and in un-! satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and! >
surpassed quality. Another feature;: convince yourself) your trade will be appreciated.If .
is that the canning season is so much+I your service always. you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
longer in the Southeast than in any'
other part of the country. Indeed,I H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando
with the canning of sweet potatoesand I._ I I. ,
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and fruits have passed, the operation: -
of canneries can be made almost, if,!,, Everything in Drugs i
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xot quite,continuous in the Southeast.I -
The operation of canneries is not
only profitable of itself, but it also TtW OAKlAND
gives a value to products of field and \VE DISPESSEV ONLY THE PUREST AXD BEST
farm that have had but little, if any, 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
market worth when grown in any Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
considerable quantity. With the establishment Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
of canneries, the South-
east realizes to greater extent upon We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
two of its rich assets,soil and climate. WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
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general convention of turpentine coal barons of West Virginia For the Next Fifteen
operators has been called for June 30 have for years controlled the politics,I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER DaysWe
at Jacksonville, Fla., "to discuss, for- of that state: and have been able to I CORN CRISPETTE I [ !
mulate and put in execution methods name and control official West Vir- REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
that will enable the operators to keepin ginia. In the coal strikes they could I
Orlando, Fla. Wholesome Nourishing will sell Lime at 90c
touch with every detail of the command the militia and state officials 0. Box
manufacture and distribution of naval and they would do their bidding. Delicious

stores products." During the past year one of the ,,... Manufactured By per barrel delivered,
"lPI:=7 T"
The call was issued by the Turpentine histor.1 I -" "" e ,- .t-: .t
most extensive strikes in the .
... .
Operators Social and Mutual In- of the state took place and the miliI -f I ,. ; I G..c MAHONSuccessor I five barrel lots.
terest Association which was organ- of 150 TRIl rt I
took .
ized a short time ago at Arcadia, Fla.I tary power possession I I I Ph99tMGQAV1 ( I"JTOVAll to Terry& Pomeroy I ij
square miles of territory arrested .
The following announcement with SlD' TAMPA fLA"IMCflCUUftOtK
and tried striking miners without UUnnKU

regard"It will to the be necesary matter has for been the opera-made: any Hardships regard and to the impositions laws of the were state.imposed _._PROMPT_ _MAIL_ ORDtRJEHYlCC_ _ ".1 1 Subscribe for the Sentinel. I Florida Metal Co. I

tors to get together, study costs from I
the striking miners and
tree to consumer, plan methods of upon 31eNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
they were subjected to such long con-
conservation and the business I
put on
tinued indignities that the United Ii Iii .
a better general system. The Florida States Senate has been called to the NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN
Association organized at Arcadia was
assistance of the unfortunate miners -
composed of seventeen leading firms, -
who fell under the ban of the military
who urge the operators in Georgiaand power. In the language of one of 1IIIt"G"'DII 'I"IIII"Jlllllt.llllallll"'tl-- --- --

representatives other states,to to organize the Jacksonville and send the Senatorial committee, the "poor i Crepe bOOOS and 0 KifflonosGOWNS I II f

devils were arrested and carted away '

convention every local on June organization 30. The is secretaryof requested to ptison" in a most audacious man-I I VACUUM L CLEANER f

to notify Neil McL. Sinclair, sec- ner.The investigating committee is ETC. ''I I
retary, Sinclair, Fla., confirming the
satisfied that men were illegally imprisoned -
above place and date for general
convention."A and are releasing them and be 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 i
some drastic measures are apt to
scale of prices for labor, has
been agreed on by the Florida opera- applied to the state military power cents per yard at I Have house
room or
and coal barons. your
tores, as follows: Seventy cents perm.
for chipping or pulling; 50 cents
per barrel for dipping; for renting, The United States makes enough! McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT cleaned without dust or troubleof

operator to retain the scrape, but to paper money each year to reach twice I

pay for dipping the gum; for virgin, around the world. moving furniture .
$1.40 bbl. net to laborer for I
per ; year- ---- STORE
ling, $2.00 per bbl. not to laborer; for

third;year for,all$3.00 other per grades bbL ,net$3.50 to per laborer -, STAIH AARDe 124 South Orange Avenue The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced .

bbl. net to laborer. F I y.
"But the operator, if he so elects, cv'I man.
may pay the laborer 35 cts per c.w.t. 'I -
for the scrape-laborer to do the! I Ii
scraping."It 43I SEE THEM FOR TERMS
is further agreed that we will
not loan any money to laborers, nor JI I FRANK HYRES
pay any accounts for hands to a tur-I

pentine operator, nor move any laborer
nor knowingly furnish any I! I i iI
I Artificial Stone
work for a laborer who owes an account I
", ,
to a turpentine operator."It Our "sweets" are standards of purity -J
is further agreed that we will and deliciousness b>' which you
all have our pay days on the same can judge others. I I STREETHllllitlttMMIIIillMlitlMllltMmililililllHH
date, namely on the second Saturdayin Every chocolate, every bonbon,; Building Blocks, Cement Brick, House
each and every month, but if we every confection of whatever sort thatis Foundations, all styles of Concrete I
fail to pay on any second Saturday, sold here represents the highest ---- -
Columns, and Balusters,also all kindsof
that we will not pay until the second standard of genuine purity and excel- AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
Saturday in the succeeding month. lence.A Ornamental Concrete Work in Whiteor I H. A. Royston Those wishing to make trips for

The above prices are subject onlyto single trial of lour favorite confection Colored Facings House Painting and CalciminingI business or pleasure, should see mel

a deviation of five cents per thous- bought here will convince lOU I I hate had years of experience and for prices. Prompt service guaran-l
and boxes, where the timber is thin, that this is THE establishment to teed. C. W. Willsey Orlando, Fla.'
woods otherwise bad." always patronize. guarantee my Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
or Phone ISO-Works, Livingston Ave. on R.'R. Estimates cheerfully furnished

Drop me a card and I will call. Money to loan on improved prop-
Subscribe for the Sentinel IBU'IT'S Kandy Kitchen t *
i P. 0. Box 381 ,erty. S. Y. WAY.I

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\VeVould Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage of our Store and Await Their Further Commands


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


We bid for your : : : We extend liberal

business on credit to all and

the merits of make specialour

terms those whomerchandise

S- : .w

; wish it.

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and the $ ; ; :

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of this kind of business.WE .


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

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


KZincaJ-ct &, SnowdenLow

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

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NESS otherwise konwn as the Sugar Trust,
South Florida Sentinel
Never, in the history of Americahas which handed back approximately

HORNING AND WEEKLY such a gallant fight been made Report comes from the north that $3,000,000 in order to induce the 45 PER CENT SAYING
for civic righteousness as in this the the cold weather totally destroyed the United States Government to with-
Entert-d at the post office at Orlando,
Jkirlda; as Second Class Mail Matter. year of grace 1913. i apple crop in parts of New York, darw its suit for moneys wrongfullytaken
In every department of this great I Maine and Michigan; also the peachesand from the Government, did not

SUBSCRIPTION RATES and complex government of ours, strawberries. That in Pennsylvania plead for as severe a castigation as
brave and true men with a keen sense crops that had been plantedwere did some of the rest of the philan- on your tires, is what we offer on

\ THE DAILY SENTINELOne of justice for man and a love of God frozen dead and that the scarc- thropists. He did not ask for absolutely

Year .. . ,.. ". ..$5.00 in their hearts, are striving to uproot ity of seed will work great hardshipson free sugar, for that would destroy ,

Six Months . ... ... ...... 2.50 evil and promote honesty and right- planters. It is to be hoped that the perferential with Cuba and 5,000 MILES GUARANTffOPULL

Three Months . . . ... 1.25 eousness. .I the reports are greatly magnified and perhaps result in the New York refiners -,
Selfishness and greed are being will not prove so bad. having to pay the world price :
; carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per
Booth,neat Daily and Sunday. forced to adhere to rules of justiceand However, the American people have for their raw material. Mr. Atkins i i
fairness and conditions are being learned to meet disaster as no other would be satisfied if enough of the
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found I
w tale in Orlando at Curtis &: Neal's Book made for the dignifying of honest people in the world. However dividedwe duty were eliminated to prevent the TIRES

Store, and Wright Brothers.We toil, that men and women who labor may be in times of prosperity expansion of the domestic cane and

will appreciate prompt complaint if for their daily bread may live in i and however, hard competition may beet sugar industry." j over any 3,500 mile tire on the market, and

ielitery is not promptly made by our carriers. decency and self respect. Great I be at such times, when adveristy or 1 the
Adveritsing rates will be furnished on ap.lication. -' manufacturing plants are now modeled calamity comes to any portion of the' Subscribe for the Sentinel I \ guarantee is good, for we are authorized

with a view to protecting the I land we become as one man. ; ; to make

THE WEEKLY SENTINELTor health and morals of the emplo'es'l This has been the spirit of the people -'' MHMMMMHMMMMCKerosene ;' adjustments.'f'

rear, by mail, postage paid.......1.00 Pity for the girls of the under world since the birth of the American'I' .

address THE SENTINEL, Orlando Florida.I i has taken the place of scorn and the colonies, and that spirit has been amplified I ulf Refining Co1 '
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building best women of the land have interested to the present hour, and is that
Phone 24
themselves in behalf the workinggirl which enables the American peopleto

J. F. SCIIU IAN, Editor that she may receive living wages triumph over circumstances. This till II NO WAITING OR TROUBLE '

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor and be protected against the temp- spirit has been exemplified and put lo

tations of poverty, and building up I the test hundreds of times. It is that and you know that means a good deal, for

SUNDAY, JUNE 15TH, 1913. in them the hope of America, a home I. native optimism which refuses to be
and a higher life. 'I cheated of its right to hope and to Gasoline tire adjusting, as you know, is not always

The higher code of morals prevailsin smile and to return to the struggle
Yesterday was Flag Day and many satisfactory to a customer. Come by'and
society, the institution of home is
Orlandoites showed their colors.o I no matter what the circumstances.There .
held in higher esteem than in days is nothing that makes us LubricatingOils see them.
Italy raises one-sixth of the entire I not yet forgotten. more certain of the nation's right- and Greases
Into thousands of American homes heartedness than this spirit which enables ""
European corn crop. *
o come sweet faced babies whose mothers us to geet together, to pull
with true motherly love kiss their Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent
Shippers paid the growers of straw- together and to prevail together.
berries at Plant City $90,000 for their tiny feet and pray that they may Where the heart is right, the head
never wander into paths of wickedness steady and the hand firm victory will .........
crop this season. o and shame. Fathers hold their be brought out of the greatest dis- I.II\y\ r PUP & SONS

sons in such sacred regard that
We feel safe in making the positive they couragements. None know this better .
had rather see the death angel mark ,
than the citizens of Florida who
announcement that the frost is
all out of the ground: them for an early grave that that have come up against the most trying PHONES { g: (Temporary Location)
o -- they should live to transgress the laws propositions that has ever tested the
of God and man. nerve of people. 6 East Church Street
A valued exchange says there are any Orlando -- FloridahMMMMMIMIMMMm
Women who walk the streets with ,
But they triumphed. Any
hundreds of autoists owning Fords people
tnd many more who are driving Can't- painted face and flaunting ,plumes whose purpose is right will reap. r .. .. ; " .
iffords. hawking a depraved womanhood are The American people rise to the -
- -
o being led by powerful influences into needs of every crisis. They are he- -- -- -

safer and saner channels. roic and resourceful.
Either the Democratic administra- They know
lion or the local light house is responsible Men who give themselves up to how to serve and to sacrifice. By

for a dark post office lobby total depravity are hemmed in by reason of this they can face a grey
law and driven into the JUNE : I
ior several nights now background I future with greater composure and WEDDING
o or prison cells. more resolution than any people who
Good men and women are trying ever adorned God's footstool.
It might be said that the office boy I )

confided to us yesterday afternoon all the world over, to insure better J I When the tide of any calamity ebbs While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
that this summer wasn't a bit like conditions for boys and girls. Why back and the stern, cold facts stare
seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous 1
the last one. All work and no play. not help these young people? It maybe them in the face, they can gather up .
weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts :
impossible to reach the
o life is man whosewhole courage and bring order out of chaos, for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wedding '
As rule we've noticed the June steeped in sin and whose and carry good cheer to the distressed
be the and to
body is Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to principal,
bride has known all along where to given over to criminal con with a promptness and fullness that
duct, but he can be held in restraintand your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
locate minister, but she charms the whole world.
a depends
We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, &
the to tell her the society protected against the I Every man who is an American citizen
upon newspapers -
poison of his touch.It stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silversmiths -
best place to buy her household fur ought to be proud of that fact,
Manufacturers Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
is far better Jewelry ,
to keep the social I and
nishings. ought to shame the day that he
streams pure and wholesome than it i sinned against her laws country.
o is to correct conditions after they I I or proved The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-
Editor Holly recreant to duty.
very generously copies have been befouled by the poluted I tion ii out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully ',
an article from the Sentinel but I' '
touch of criminal hands. It is more I inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-
gives credit to one of our contempo I WHEN THIEVES FALL OUT 1
humane to protect than to penalize. : ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most uptodate -
raries. Bro. Holly's forgot must have I MEN GET THEIR DUES
gotten the upper hand of his thinker i Cleaner ethics in civic and private merchandise.
life; in business and poltical life i is
-But what's the The
fight now on between membersof
I Congress who represent sugar pro-
If you have been guilty of talking man undertakes to defendcrime ducers and the refiners, is furnishing
About a dull summer season swear.: and immorality in any of its the public with some interesting facts. you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box, ,

off. There is no dull summer reasonmore ; hideous forms, or seeks to apologizefor Literature published by the producers pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or

than you help make it by your its existence and operations i is says: mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -

talk and actions. Keep boosting.St. .- supporting a tottering cause. "Ten years ago the refiners tricked can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems. '

Petersburg Independent. The American people as a people the people and the republican party Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evansthe.
stand for clean moral principles and
o on Cuban reciprocity, through the en-
are growing more firm each day i in --------- ----..-
Senator Drane at some length in that stand. t I actment of which measure tens of
the Tampa Tribune relates his experiences i millions of dollars have been trans-

of the auto trip from Tallahassee I ferred from the Treasury of the

to Lakeland. The people of Some people wonder why the youngladies United States to the treasuries of the I Jeweler

the state would be more interestedin carry such large traveling bags refiners. Not satisfied with this legal-

knowing why he did nothing for upon their arms when they go to purchase ized trickery and the resultant mil

good roads. five cents worth of ribbon of a lions, they defrauded the people for

spool of thread. An examination---- of-- years with false weights and in an OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Is it worth while to rush throughlife the contents of the bag will satisfythe j illegal manner took from them other I '

at high pressure in the mad curiosity of any person. I millions, a portion of which they EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. ,
haste for wealth only to find at the have been compelled to return. I

last, that, as a result of this wild'I Patronize Sentinel advertisers. ; "Edwin F. Atkins, vice president of

rush, one has so undermined his system -- -- I __ _____ _ ___ ___ ______
that he has not the ability to -- -.... j
enjoy the great wealth he has thus II

pained? o i I AUTOMOBILE ffWWear TOCIING{ ,

If we may judge from the bank

statements being published, and from

the amount of business being done

in all our stores, and the large force

of men employed in all our factories,i i BULLETIN i

the dull season has not reached Or-
lando, and the cry of the calamity .
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howler, because of tariff agitation is r = ___ For Day

falling on deaf ears in this city. Orlando These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

never had a better season at guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equipped
this time of the year than right now. and
ready to run.

Florida is getting a substantial ;
growth now that is telling on the permanent !;I 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition, Evening

business interests of the i,
State. There are fewer of the drifters '! 550.00

who usually follow glowing lit- : .

erature of Colonization Companies to : 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car ,
disappointment. The men and women j ,
who are coming to Florida now, are !! $500.00. I II
in most part that sturdy class who i I '
pioneer and develop a country. This ir

is the class of people that is needed : 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad- 'i r Our Personal Guarantee

to develop our unoccupied lands. j I I
I Io
I II I illac, $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair
Marshal Wilson, of West Palm ;
Beach was arrested last Saturday i i i
night for strolling around town with 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than

a young waitress. The mixing of : 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. : Marion B. Ive
the city marshal and the boarding

house hash slinger are at least giv- l

ing an unsavory odor to the social t

affairs the road of gang the resort might city.make A a term better on San Juan Garage I EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS

marshal of Wilson and the reform II

school would prove helpful to the I Second Floor

girl's .

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The genuineness of our Price Reduction Sales has been REMEMBER

in a most gratifying manner by the discriminatacknowledged Boys' Wash Suits .,

ing buyers who have from the time of opening to the closing nliD DDIP[(' AD [ DAn nu PA'U ('[LLIUP :

of our doors expressed appreciation of the honesty of our uun [. Hn[ DH [U UI1 LH n [ [WHITES AND COLORS]

statements. -We have no charge accounts-naturally we can and do sellHER..1

lower than others. In spite of this however, we are determined From Two Years to Eight Years of Age

IS ANOTHER ONE to move these 250 Dresses in the three days if prices will

do it forPRICE -- -

REDUCTION SHOULD MEAN STOCK REDUCTION Our $..90 Suits will be sold aL_ $ .69
and Wednesday ---------------------
Mnndaj fuBsflaj and our Reductions are:

Our $1.00 Suits will be sold at..____________________ 89
WE PUT ON SALE Our 50c Dresses will be sold at________________________ 39c .
Our $1.25 Suits will be sold at
250 CHILDREN'S READY TO WEAR DRESSES Our 60c Dresses will be sold at________________________ 45c -------------------- .98

in Linene, Ginghams, Chambray, Percales, Ripplette, etc., etc. Our 75c Dresses will be sold at________________________ 60c Our $1.50 Suits will be sold at_______________________ 1.20

in a large variety of this seasons designs and colorings Our $1.00 Dresses will be sold at______________________ 79c Our $1.85 Suits will be sold at_______________________ 1.50

A FIT FOR ANY CHILD FROM 2 TO 14 YEARS OF AGE Our $1.25 Dresses will be sold at-_____________________ 98c Our $2.50 Suits will be sold at-______________________ 1.98


F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange Avenue _

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Spring chicken dinner today at the On Saturday, July 5, an election RECITAL AT THE STUDIO OF I t+MII

; Arcade Restaurant, only 50 cents. will be held in Starke proposing a MRS. BOOXE-ROGERS I i
WADE i bond issue of $30,000 for a new high I iI

THE TUNER Mr. D. B. Sphaler, of Taft, and school building. It is believed the A few of the pupils of Mrs. Maude I I HOT WEATHER[ [ SPECIALS[

ORLANDO. FLA. Winter Home was in Orlando yester- bonds will carry by a large majority. Boone Rogers, Reader, and Miss John-I

J day.* nie Smith, Pianiste, gave a I
I! West Palm Beach is to have a mod- lightful recital yesterday afternoon.The PICKLESSWEET

Mr. Froy Roussan, of the Sentinel, ern cigar factory. The company is program opened with Rienicke's
Spring chicken dinner today at the is spending the day in Sanford with now being incorporated with J. P. "Boat Song," prettily played by Miss PICKLES

Arcade Restaurant, only 50 cents. i I friends.i Mendel as its head and will engagein Corinne Walton. Although she has SOUR PICKLES
i the manufacture of cigars on a : been studying music for only two
Bristol of Taft, was in Orlando -I SOUR SPICED GHERKINS
Mayor C. C. Tyndall of Gotha was a large scale. months, Miss Walton's great work
on business yesterday. prominent representative of thati) was excellent and gives great prom-
thriving section in Orlando today. Spring chicken dinner today at the ise.
Attorney C. B. Robinson returned CONSERVED SWEETSC.
I She followed Miss Made-
Arcade Restaurant, only 50 cents.
yesterday noon from a brief business i lliene I l Allen, who, with much expression -
,i Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Codrington and I PICKLES
visit to Tampa. Mrs. J. Frank Alldis, of DeLand, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee, of Ro- gave "Bercuese" and "The Album PICKLES IN BULK

''spent yesterday in Orlando. chelle, Ga., are in Orlando guests of Leaf," of Gluck. Brahns was
The City registration books are now the San Juan. well rendered by Miss Ella Slemons, CHOW CHOW

open. Be sure to register if you Mr. P. M. Shanibarger, proprietor after which Miss Bessie Allen playeda CUBAN RELISH
wish to vote on city questions. "Study" from Schumann and Hay CHILI SAUCE
of Bears Head plant and banana farm Mr. J. 0. Redhead, a former popu-
was in this city yesterday. lar ticket agent of the Atlantic Coast dn's "Sarabaude." WORCHESTERSHIRE SAUCE f

Miss Shirley Montague arrived last i _____ Line, is up from Tampa to spend Sun- 1, Miss Grace Boone, who recently TOMATO KETCHUP

evening from Jacksonville for a visitto J Mrs. G. C. Draughon, of Plant City, day in Orlando.Mr. graduated from the Rollins School of HORSE RADISH
her sister, Mrs. A. R. Bogue.
Expression, read a charming "fairy
;i is the Sunday guest of Misses

Mathews and Lula Chance. George Armstrong, the popular tale," after which Miss Sara Yancy,i
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bardo, who have i
night operator of the Postal Telegraph whose delicate touch and skillful interpretation GROCERYy
been spending the winter in Orlando, I
I Jones Overmyer, of St. Louis arrived Company of this city, is spend are particularly notice CARUTHERS & GORE
York. :
left yesterday for New : "
I in the city last night and will: ing today in Sanford. able, gave three numbers: "Grillen,

Mr. and Mrs.-Wm. Joels, winter:, proceed at once to have a home builton I I dim Schumann' "Bouree; "Poupee" Bach.Valsante," Pol- 6 and 8 East Pine Street Phone 200 ;:
his little farm. WANTED-Place to board; in private ; t
residents of this city, departed last I family in quiet locality, closein Miss Johnnie Smith was the last to III.IIIQlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli.
night for New York. j i.1 I Mr. N. McKain of Taft, was trans by two young men. Apply at Postal go to the piano. She played by request -
Telegraph office, between 12 and 2' three beauutful selections from
'Hon. Thomas E. Wilson one of;I;acting business in this city yesterday I or after 6 p. m. tf : The Peer Gynt Suite. 1- ADDING BEAUTYMr. i MORE HOME BUILDERS
.. and took time to run in and subscribe I
Sanford's foremost citizens was in: I -
Mrs. Rogers and her sixth sister, '
for the Sentinel.
Orlando yesterday. LOST-Black ribbon watch fob with and Mrs. H. L. Beeman are Mr. James L. Hazels, who some
the with
_____ I I Miss Boone served guests
'. gold linotype matrix as charm. In'itials having a high wire trellis built along time ago purchased two beautiful lots
J. B. McKall, of Wyoming, came I' "H. M. W." side. delicious punch and cake, the entire
Henry D. Mathias, of Portland, Me.,i engraved on the east side of the plat of ground on in Brittain & Ways addition overlook-
to Orlando a few days and has 'Finder return to Sentinel and receive afternoon being especially enjoyable.
landed in Orlando last night and will ago reward. i which their palatial home is located.Mr. ing lake Leora, arrived Friday even-
real purchased several suburban lots and I Beeman takes great pride in ing from Kansas
investigate Orange county es- I City, Mo., accom-
will build a home and then bring his OFF FOR GEORGIA POINTS AND;
and he will
tate. beautifying his grounds panied by his mother and brother who
family here. St. Joseph's Academy in Jacksonville NEW YORK I
this trellis work in
I [ train vines over constitute the family who will immediately -
held its annual graduation I
exer- -
Miss Rita Lawton and Mr. Law- w an artistic manner, which will enhancethe build a substantial home on
Mrs. D. C. Thompson and daughter, cises Wednesday night. The program Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dann and Mas-, .
of his like
rence Lawton attended the weddingat beauty park grounds.The the lots purchased and it is their intention -
Ruby Neil, left yesterday for their:, rendered is said to have been especi- .ter Carl, Jr., and Mr. R. E. Dann left Beeman estate is already one
Jacksonville, of their brother, Ben- to make Orlando their perma
home in Orlando, after spending the ally fine. yesterday at 1:33 for points north. '
jamin and Miss Chapman, yesterday.Mrs. lof the prettiest in the city. nent home.
week in our city with Mr. and Mrs.H. Mrs. Dann and Carl Jr., will stop
Mrs. Hazels is a sister-in-law of
H. Root.-Plant City Courier. off at Clarkston, Ga., and visit her
i Mr. J. C. Brown has returned from I AT THE GRAND Mrs. J. B. Wherry and the two
Seth Woodruff left yesterdayfor i father who is recovering very nicely, I sons
i Tallahassee and on the train to Jack- are nephews. Mrs. Wherry, who has
Jacksonville, where she will takea Misses Ethel and Lois Overstreet,1 while Carl and R. E. will go on to
sonville from the capital city had the II The Grand was crowded to overflow been very successful in her investments
Clyde steamer for New York City. accompanied by their mother and: New York City on business. I
fortune to find a pocket book filled last night to witness the specialties. in Orlando has
purchased two
She will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. their guest, Miss Steegall, of Bain-I I' These gentlemen are on business of' "
with several hundred dollars. Mr. I "The Wise Old Elephant, was a lots adjoining the lots of the Hazels,
Harvey Hoffman for the summer. bridge, Ga., drove over today from considerable importance and may be,
; Brown placed a notice in both Jacksonville whole show in itself and showed to in this desirable residential portion of
Eustis in their auto to spend the daywith several weeks. I
I papers regarding the find and I gone I what a marvelous extent an elephant the city.

Invitations are out for the wed- friends. I it was found that the owner was G. can be trained. Orlando always extends a glad handto

ding of Miss Ula May Smith, to Mr. A. Worley, of Miami. There was WANTED-To lease unfurnished for I The vast audience who witnessed good people and will heartily wel-

George Banchback, at the home of Reverend L. A. Spencer left yesterday -i $360 in the purse.-Lakeland News. roomed not less cottage than one with year bath, six and or seven other I the performance were highly pleased. come these new arrivals.

the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. morning for.Longwood, where he If we remember rightly, Worley is the I conveniences, close in. Rent must be!; The visit of the many and varied

James H. Smith, at 409 Boone avenue will spend today as the guest of Mr. i i! man who went to Tallahassee with a reasonable. Careful tenants. Best of I' relatives during honey-moon season GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfec-

26th of this month. Miss Smith is and Mrs. F. H. Rand. On :Monday: green fruit law up his sleeve. We references. Homeseeker, care of Sen-i i was another reel that both pleased and tions at about one-third less than us-

one of the most estimable young la- he will leave for West Palm Beach,:: hope nobody will put a wrong con- tinel, 15-3t. J i amused the public. ual list prices. Full line in stock. I.

dies of this city and has a host of making that city his headquarters for struction on his having so much money i i W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church

fine ids. the coming fortnight. on his person while at the Capital. Subscribe for the Sentinel. If you have a house for rent, advertise street.

1 in the Sentinel's classified column -
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"IIII'I'' I I ;. t ;' " -. .--|-. .- | | | | .- .-. ---.-"-| | | |- -| -"- | | *--I 1!I and get a tenant. ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll
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Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for

Spring chicken dinner today at the the month of June. Dr. Bennett,

THE $ : Arcade Restaurant, only 50 cents. Phone 227. LPage5261mtttt9tttltlll'IIIIIIIIII.IIIII.lllllllllllf.tt

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j I Mondays' Program .

Grand' Tlleatre I THREE REELS Straw HatsAt


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Pictures Changed Daily. "IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME".(Comedy) Vitagraph $4.00 Hats for__. -----____________ $2.00

i $3.00 Hats for-------_____________ $1.50 :

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Andrew Carnegie, the greatest Much is said by the press of this Business Boosters (classified adver- ,
MethodistJ. donor of public libraries the world has country and of foreign countries tisements) received after 10 o'clock f -
E. Wray, Pastor. midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
ever known began his library contributions about the Monroe doctrine. This doc- Classify" column.
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., C. E. I I in his home city of Pitts- trine is being discussed now becauseof Boosters of five lines, or less-ap- I y

Howard, Supt.Preaching burg some years ago. Jsut a few the supposed changed conditionsin proximately 30 words-ont time, 25 ,
by the pastor, 11:00 a. m. cents; three times 50 ctnts; one week ,
days ago he enlarged that contribu- South America by the constructionof six '
( daily and !
"God's Trade Mark." An- one weekly editions)
Subject, tion by sending the city his check the Panama Canal, and by the j I $1.00; one month, $3.00. ,
them "The Day the Lord Hath Made"
for $150,000.Mr. further fact that foreigners own a
Epworth League, 6:15 p. m., H. A. FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger !!
Carnegie has given more money vast amount of property in Mexico -
Hoffner, president. touring car. Large and roomy. I
to libraries and organs than any man our next door neighbor who is not 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. i
Preaching by the pastor, 7:30 m.,
p. living. It is his fad. able to give proper protection to that ,
Subjcet, "The Day of Judgment," Illustrated BUY a let in Thornton Park nice .:
In amking this latter gift, he ad- property and the occupants thereof. a
the destruction of Gal- i suburb in east of the Cart (
by i part city.
dressed a letter to the city in whichhe The Monroe doctrine is so sound in
Anthem, "Break Forth Into Jensen. i
veston." discloses some interesting facts. principle that no foreign nation has ij j A Vacation Hint

Joy. Simper. He says: ever dared to violate and today all FOR RENT-Six room flat with alii I
All of the above services will beheld I "After consultation with Messrs. respect it. This doctrine was set modern conveniences. Apply 306 Before you buy a railroad ticket
in the "Grand." Choir rehersal North Orange avenue. 6-10 6t i
Walker, Wilkins and Eggers it gave forth by President James Monroe in for this or that summer resort,

Monday night and mid-week prayer I me great pleasure to inform them I II his message to Congress in December. FOR RENT-A small house, also ; come in and look at our MidSummer -

meeting Wednesday night in the public -I: would remit $150,000 as work pro- 1823, and was as follows: rooms for light house-keeping. Rent} Woolen line and let us make ,

school building. Everybody .cordially gresses, for the proposed extensionof "With the existing colonies or dependencies reasonbale. Apply 10 Gould St. 14-3t j! a cool Summer Outing Suit for :

invited to all the services. ; the Alleghany Library Building.The of any European powerwe WANTED TO RENTFurnishedmodern I I r i it you. UJBUSINESS

Alleghaney library was the first have not interfered and shall not We make a specialty of Nor-
house. '
First BaptistDr. I :, folks and will be pleased to k--
erected by me in the United States. interfere. But with the governmentswho
C. T. will bothmorning 6-13 3t S. G. DOLIVE. show :
Douglass preach you a few of our latest
I She may be considered the mother of have declared their independenceand '! .'
and models.Men's .
evening.Morning I between twenty-four and twenty-five maintained it, and whose inde- OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision : I
service will be at 11 a. m. hundred libraries throughout the have to the Northeast of the and I
Eng- pendence we on great consider- eity J
The morning service will be especially I'' lish speaking world, which numberis ation and just principles, acknowledged I still have some choice lots there. j Fashion Shop
to mothers and fathers. Carl Jensen. .
Everybody constantly increasing. we could not view any interposition ? Hand Jo
cordially welcome. "I came to library building throughthe for the purpose of oppresseing FOR RENT-Five room cottage with I Building

Sunday school at 9:30.B. Ii example of my father, who was them, or controlling in any other all modern conveniences. Garage i ..c. Cor. Church and Orange Orlando '"
Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply h
of seven weavers in Dunfermilinei manner their destiny, by European I
one any -
Evening service at 7:30 p. m. The i i who combined their books, a few power, in any other light than as 515 East street. 5-15 tf I JlilIL ![ i :!!IJ' ) .; ci, 'fIIIIIIIJII'II'I'III"IJIit.

evening service will be especially to): volumes each, and lent them to their the manifestation of an unfriendly CHAPMAN HOUSESix I

the young ladies.Ladies' I poorer neighbors. No part of my work disposition toward the United States. dollars a week and up. No. 308 J.tllllll

Missionary meeting on I has given me more intense satisfaction "The American Continents, by the West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc-
Monday at 3:15 in the church. A full than the bringing of books to free and independent condition which Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo.

attendance is urged.Emmanuel I the masses of the people. As Carlyle they have assumed and maintain, are ORLANDO

I has said, a collection of books 'is the henceforth not to be considered as FOR SALE-New house and lot in

Baptist Church poor man's university.! i subjects for future colonization by Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay-I
Preaching Sunday by the Pastor, ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, COLLEGE
I "The pioneer any European power. Sentinel Office.
Rev. Preston Boyd, at 11 a, m. and I; ed by the statue in The United States has not always ,i

7:30 p. m. The subject for the morn brary. He it was who opened his I consistently observed this rule. At TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE

ing will be "Brilliant Bitterness." In working boys, of whom fortunately, the close of the Civil war the French Royals, Fox-both new and slightly t

the evening Mr. Boyd will speak on an collection of books every Saturday toI army was found aiding Maximilianand used, one rebuilt machine and one MODERN COURSES INt

evangelistic theme, subject, "Give Me was one. Pittsburg and Alleghaeny this government sent troops to second hand Underwood.Call .

Another Chance." I were then seperate communities the Mexican border to protest against at my office and see bargainsin Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-
Sunday School at 9:45, Mr. F. N.I somewhat jealous of each other; today French troops occupying Mexican Typewriters and Fireproof Iron (

Boardman superintendent. Prayer II. I rejoice they are united and each j soil and as a consequence France Safes. C. S. IcEW AN. poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

Meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30 has its libaray building. withdrew her army. 6-13 tf. Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
Rev. Boyd lectures every Wednesday" Nobly Maintained I Only five later, however, we -- -- --
years Commercial
CAR Arithmetic
evening on the school lesson.. LOAD OF BANANASJust Spelling and all
; "Nobly have they both maintained I j permitted England to acquire Hon- '
All services held in the Rest and ReceivedLarge Branches of Civil Service.
; of view I without
; them. every point duras a protest on our part.
Tea Room. Is and Small Bunches
Invited.Presbyterian : derive intense satisfaction-the seedI There is, however, a moral princi-

I planted has produced a fruitful har- pal wrapped up in this doctrine that Egyptian onions, egg plants, and j DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
vest. commands the respect of all Christ- mangoes. Coast Line Depot, east of

Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.I duty Church Street. For sale by Geo '
I "Thanking you and the other members ian nations. Namely our as a Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., W. R.: of the board and the staff of the strong nation to protect the weak.It Chick. 12-6t
O'Neal, superintendent. i Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu
library and rejoicing in your success, was in recognition of this principlethat
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.j II am always, your faithful fellow President Cleveland interferedwith FOR dist SALE-Large Church. Whole Lot or near part Metho-Withor ates.

Morning sermon, "Life's Need of i (Signed) "ANDREW CARNEGIE." England's design upon Venezuela without dwelling Address or wire.E. .

Certainties." Evening service, "Med-I "P. S.-Having just dedicated the and impeled McKinley to semi N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf Patronize Home Institutions.For .

itation Producing Both Trouble and above Bertram rises and brings an American troops into Cuba against
Joy. armful of applications for organs and Spain. house; large lot full of fruit trees.
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. I Prices and Terms call on or address
the foot
libraries, etc., pile a high, Apply 308, Robinson avenue
Prayer meeting at 7:30' p. m., Wed- foolscap size and embracing just Doing as he Was Done By.
nesday. I about hundred applications of all GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up
A cordial invitation to strangersand I collected one for favorable action this Senator La Follette says he is not eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and

visitors. morning. So the good work goes on. yet ready to become a candidate. Brailed.Call 207 America Five burner St. cooking 5-27-lm plate. Or1allo Bllillesg\\l i Co11ege II [ I

. I "A. G." Perhaps he is arranging to apply the

Catholic Church II golden rule by doing for the Colonelin "For Sale-Collection of Tropical

Mass, 7a.m.Sunday ] ATTENTION ODD FELLOWS 1916 what the Colonel did for him plant cuttings, packed securely and THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597 ,

School 9 a. m. I j in 1912.-Washington Post. postpaid for One Dollar: 10 assorted
Mass and Sermon I Crotans 10 assorted .
10 a. m. 1 All members of Orlando Lodge No. Acalyphas, 10 ,
Rosary, Sermon and Benediction NOTICE assorted Hibiscus, 10 assorted Olean- i
'I J20 I. 0. 0. F. are requested to meet MMIUittfHIIHHHHmtllMHBHItiltnaiMtUt
7:30 p. m. In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit Orange ders, 10 assorted Jasmines. Instruc-
their hall over Dickson & Ives Florida.
i jat County.
tions for rooting and growing with
Godina M Land
store on next Sunday, June 15th at
Y Probably Unfit to Print. i 12:30 sham and bring allt he flowers M II. \Land* Di\orte. same. f .

Senator Penrose, who is now ad-! you can and be prepared to go to the To It M.appears H Land from the affidavit of Godina M. TROPICAL PLANT" SALES COMPANY -
where short memorial Land herein duly filed that she is the complainant Miami, Fla. 6.13 3t
} cemetery a USI ra Advertisrsl
vocating public hearings, give ; in the above entitled cause; that the r
the public some lively service will be held. .defendant is a resident of Orlando, Orange EVERY BODY'S DOING IT
information .
County Florida but that he has been absent
All Rebeccas and brothersare
If he would tell what he visiting
more than sixty days next preceeding this Automobiling, we are open for dates
I invited. date that there is no person in the State of
cordially Ample Accommodations ;
at private hearings on the tariff.-], Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom picnic parties, or a crowd for an
Louisville Courier-Journal. ; will be provided for aUto would bind said defendant; and that the defendant -
evening drive. Call 360 or ask forC.
is over the age of twenty-one years.
go. You are therefore ordered to appear to this W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf
J. E. Arnold, Bill on Monday, the first day of September
.9 ---- --- --- '
Look for it 1 I I MMMIMIHMittiMltttHlitlHfMMMIIHIMIMMISpend
> Unnecessary to I
A. D., 1913, the same being a Rule Day of FOR RENT
F. L. Helms, this Court.
Tokio informs us that nobody in J. T. Dale, It is further ordered that this notice be Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient -

Japan is looking for trouble except Committee. published South Florida for eight Sentinel consecutive a newspaper weeks published in the for business people, also lighthouse

the lower classes. There was an impression -I vSat and Sun.Shanibarger's I I in Witness Orange B.County M. Robinson.Florida. Clerk of the Cir i keeping. Delightful location Take e Ue e rarnil an Go O Larn in

that the lower classes every- cuit Court and the seal thereof, this the 14th with or without board. Terms very
I of June A. D. 1913.B. .
where had trouble enough.-St. Louis I i for bicycles and day M. ROBINSON, Clerk. reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen- the summer on one of the numerous lakes oil J JJ
By M. A. Howard D. C.
Post-Dispatch. Sundries. tf tinel office. 5-22 tf
I &: STARBUCK, the Beach. Now is your time to buy,
Attorneys for Complainant. Money to loan on improved prop- I

erty. S. Y. WAY. i


GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Upon"For receipt Sale-Tropical of $1.00 we Fruit will Seed.send, CAMPSTOOLS . . . . . . 25 \ J

postpaid, the following fresh Tropicalseed. CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50 | |
Liberal quantity. Good assort-

ment: Mangoes, Rose Apples, Sapo- CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
Regular DownpourOF dillas, Pawpaws, Custard Apples,

TA11MPAYCa Surinam Cherries, Sugar Apples, etc. Camp cots and everything to go camping. J

For immediate planting.

Miami, Fla." I

This is to notify the public that my HELMS HARDWARE
wife, Mary J. Reynolds, having left

my bed and board, and not living as
By securing your personal COMPANY.HIIIHIMMIIHiMMMItitllMIMIHItllMIMIjtii
my wife, I refuse to become respon-

needs now, you can make more sible for any debts she may make or ,.
to be liable in any manner for her
clear money than by any day's debts.
That's the principle we work on

work you have ever done Every in the manufacture of POINSETTIA -. WILLIAM REYNOLDS.

I Ice Cream. every ingredientthat 14-6t. FRIDAY and SATURDAY
thing in our store is being sold
goes into Poinsettia Ice Cream
Shanibarger's for bicycles and
at a sacrifice.Be MUST be THE BEST. Every Sundries. tf
method used in its manufacture SJEOI..A.LSLiill:

sure and visit our store. It MUST be scientifically sanitary and FOR SALE-Rubber Stamp Outfit.

will Remember hygienic. Address R. S. Sentinel office.
eventually pay you. -

lookers are welcomed as politely Labor expense, trouble and I'OU ARE THE MAN WE ARE

as buyers. time the manufacture are not considered of POINSETTIA in- is your business AFTERIt that we want. 75c [ Silks il at t 4 43c

Ire Cream. Ours is the service that you need in

i your business.

FOR SALE BY Now is the time to make your plans

so as to share in Orlando's prosperity
Brown &
I -good printing brings good business.We .

rr, V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. are only an arm's length from IIISSES: HAMILTON & DUNN

I Men's and Boys' Outfitters FLA. youReach for the Telephone.The I Agents for Barclay Corsets

Sentinel, 107 Court Street,
No. 2 Phone U. .,


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PRIMARY LESSONS IN ROADWORK 111111111111111111111111111111111'llllllllllltllllll

The Repair and Maintenance of Earth 11- RLAOIk COMPANfla in l [ TI' H

Roads by DepartmentIf the Agricultural O K &TRUST I [ R IUIAIIR' .

road you after look&at.$>>the J>w ordinary l' you will country rt <
1m SS l> dd)PS a dr g tke vrlseel ruts Total Resources
over Three-quarters of a Million.
and sometime larger pools. This! c
water stays on the road surface be-: DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK WHAT THIS
Statement of the Orlando Bank tad
cause it cannot drain away into the
.a Trot Co, at Close tf Bojiaew PICTURE THEATER
side ditches. If you look closely you M } J

will see side ditches which have grownup : ." 4' April Itlh, ItlMbe Bet _
with bushes and weeds in many '.
e tk Anhemry of
cases, and which are so far from the :
traveled part of the road that the ; 'x' l Its IIWna ERFECT

rain water does not drain into them. ROJECTED
That part o fthe roadway where the
wagons travel is called the traveled I 1 RESOURCES P LEASE
way. To prevent water from stand
ing on the traveled way the roads s't Loans and DUeounti.....f368WJ8 ARTICULAR ,
should be raised in the center and t Overdraft .... K212 EOPLE
should slope gently into broad, shallow -:' ',; Real Eitatt, Fornltort
ditches. It is then said to havea c4. ;s- udFUtom .......... 15,151"Stocb

crown. If it is ten feet from the I and Bow ........ i6,01&83 ; ; "THAT'S OUR MOTTO' "
center of the road to the side ditch, Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61 C)

the surface at the side ditch shouldbe
at least ten inches lower than it r t I Total ................1789,260.08LIABILITIES
is at the center where the horses 4! 1
travel. The road then has a ten-inch BEING THE
crown. The rain that falls on a road r \ Capital Stock ...........100000.00
properly crowned will run quickly to : Surplus Uadlrided
the side and not soak into the sur- '" 1 Profits ............... 24,144J TURES, THE STANDARD MOTION PICTURE SERVICE ; \
face or form pools. The side ditchesfor ";- n t ;i Depotita............... S 5.115JJI .
surface water should run parallel

to the right of way, and should be \ Total ......II........S789.260.08

open at every low point so that the : !: SPECIALLY ARRANGED PROGRAM OF THREE i
water can run out of them into neigh ,
boring brooks or streams. If the j Deposits April 4, lit!....$592,87&.MI I I REELS FOR MONDAY-GET TilE HABIT "GO i

ditches merely collect the water from -- I Deposits April 18, 1913... 665,115.53 I WHERE THE CROWDS GO"

the road surface and will it can be not formed run I UtitW CUte GcTenmcnt, State and Gouty DcpaiUry Incrtui in 12 dart ......$.72,%19.88 I?++44++ ++I4+$444+$4++4+ $$+$4+++ 44+++$+++++$44++4+j

away, large pools J _. __ ___ .
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along the roadside, which will gradually -I _lID ) ... Em. O. --- :': 'L-' .' 0 eii. '. .-=- I
soak into the soil beneath the :
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road and make it so soft that the I"
wheels of wagons will cut through the 4 llllllllllllllllllllle 111111111111111111111111111111Illt.llllllllllllllllllt\\:
road surface and soon destroy it I THE MARKETOf
Sometimes water runs from land

along the road into the road and W. M. SLEMONSBecause

forms a little stream down the wheel Cleanliness Of Quality j
tracks or in the middle where the
horses travel. When driveways into

farm yards are built across the side : FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ditches they frequently form channels summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We

for water from the farm yard to run : carry a large stock of desirable goods. FISH AND GAME
into the road. The pipes under the :
driveways become filled with leavesor t WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GING Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

rubbish and the water can no longer : HAMS, RATINE, SILKS, SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.We .
run away. If the driveways that : Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
stop the ditch water were rebuilt so : sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and pure.

that no pipes were necessary and the and $3.00.

ditch could be left open, much trouble : Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have
from surface water would be stopped. :
WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.
Sometimes a road runs across low :
ground or through ,a swamp where I RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.We .
the road not be drained side :
can by carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKET
ditches alone. If the road were :

built higher like a railroad embank Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
ment across such low land and made<
with a crown, it would be dry and Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON i H. M. Self & Co.J8.20 .

hard. Sometimes a road passes: HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It .
through what is called a cut. This is !
a place where the earth has been dugout is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. i PINE STREET

so that the road can go over a
hill without being too steep. The i Phone No. 80flMMMMHMHMMMiMIMOimilMIIMIIIIHIIM

water which always flows quietly i
under the ground on hill sides is
known as ground water. In road
cuts such water sometimes makes the
?6Gd road very muddy, and the road then till 11111 11111 11111 11111 11I11 11111 11111 11111 11111 III II tt.et IIOIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I "'1

needs what road builders call under LIGHT THE

drainage. A good kind of underdrainage IMIIMiMIMIHItMHftKIMillHMIIMMiMIHtMMBmMMtHiilllMMMilMiIIP I
is a trench to go along under the
side drain and about three feet deep LATEST | PATH TO PROSPERITY j jj I
and a foot and a half wide. In this I YOU WANT THE !
theich a pipe is laid near the bottom I j
and covered with loose stones no big- Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose f
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ger than an egg. When the trench is U j
their by choosing the road to suc-
way wrong I
completely filled with loose stones the :
ground water, insted of soaking into : THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

the roadway, will stop among the HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR i customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
stones and flow down the hill through :
the pipe. : DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- i like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the

To keep a road smooth and crown- J trade within its reach: That is the reason
ed the best method is to drag it with : I they command the attention of buyers.
a road drag. A road drag is made I : REFUNDED. f
easily with two halves of a log which :
has.been split. The log should be' I' I For Every Store Owner I.il I.;

about six or eight inches in thickness I I
and about six or eight feet lone! : B. Salomon Orlando i i"lelelllle"OI'I'IIII iI No matter how small his business, the Elec- t
The two halves of the log are set the
il tric Sign is cheapest and most effective
three feet apart with the smooth faces' I. f
= = IIIIIIIIOI' llllllllllet'llll"tlllll"II Y
forward and upright. They are then: advertising. ()
_. _.
fastened together with braces set in''(' J Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit c
holes borde through the log. A :, J
a ;
pair of horses be used to drag ,
the road and are hitched to a chain I, WE OFFER YOU !' t No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.

fastened to the front half of the log. ROYAL PALM\ I t I I\ I 1I
The road drag should move forward
to that it slants across the road in' THE MOST OF THE BEST

such a way that a small amount of; BARBER SHOP :1: ORLANDO VIATER & LIGHT m. i
earth will slide past the smooth face For the Least
of the log toward the center of the Modern and Complete. a
read, thus forming the crown. The! Everything new, individual --- ; COOK WITH GAS f
cd:;cs of the logs will smooth out the electric attachments at every CI
ruts. The best way to drag is to begin chair. No ttone has been left Ten J; erJuicyMeats 5M'MftI)!! b MM.nmwtoQ\ fy? w fytoaonsr!wy fnltj
at the side ditch and go up ones unturned to make this shop -
de of the road, and then down the meet th erequirements of the
,other. In the next trip the drag;: most particular. Plenty of You can always depend on getting the best at our I Subscribe For The Sentinel.

should be started a little nearer the : room. Courteous attendants. market: } and you will find there is a wonderful differ i
center and the last trip over the road;, I! -
ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, ence in meats.
the drag work close to the ,
may cen- Proprietor. "lllill ; 51061lllleoe IIIIQ = O"IIIIII.
ter itself. Small ridges of earth will| .,
be thrown in the horse track and I Orange Ave, Orlando Fla.

smeared by the rond side of the log I COART&P1GUEI -- -_. .
smoothly over the road. The smear I '
ing of the earth by the drag is called I it is the best way to maintain good I Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50

"duddling" and it tends to make the I' roads. In every county some farmer,| BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA. ., 1.2 day 1.50
surface of the road smooth and water along each four miles of road shouldown
tight after the sun comes out. The a drag and drag the road whenit II I PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

road is always dragged after it has rains, and he would always find the 1.2 day 2.50
rained and not when it is dry. A road in good condition when he goes niiiiiiiininiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiiiiiiiinRead _
good, strong pai of horses with a to market
well-built drag can drag about three J. B. Magruder & Sona

;i) or four mileh of road in,a day, and Sentinel want ads advertise., '..>. I the Daily Sentinel




False ValuationsHow
Louis C. Massey, President.
human it is to want to meas

ure other people by your own yard
T. Pieton W&rlow Vie.-?m. 8. W&Un How Cufchr
stick. You want them to conform
Sowed C. Babcock Au't CMkicr Samuel A.Newel Aut Cukkr
their ideas to yours. Their religion

must conform to yours. Their per

THESTATE sonal life and opinions must conform
to yours. Their social and political the

ideas must conform to yours, and their

personal dress must conform to your

ideas of dress. All this, I say is hu

is little in the life and con

duct of men that is not subject to

false valuations. Men are overesti
of OrlandoTHE mated and under-estimated. The CLUB ?

greatest tendency, however, is to overestimate

our own virtues and underestimate

the virtues of our neighbors.

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND The vices of ourselves and our Merely a number of people ulio arrange to systematically

families are mere pigmies as com
pared to the vices of our neighborsand save certain odd pennies each week kith the positive( assurance -

our neighbor's children.We that they \\ill receive a check (Iwo weeks before
I are want to catalogue the sins
The Bank which transacts more business than
I of our neighbors and keep them on Christmas for every penny they hate sa\ed.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa I file for future reference, while we ex

pect sweet charity to hide all our
sins from view, and blot them out of

The large patronage of this Bank has been built up the book of remembrance.Yet .

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound this is all human, and we must You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up.
admit that some are more human
banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- than others.To .

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis err is human; to forgive is God- The 2 cents the first

reuected in the large amount of deposits. like. The bigger a man's heart and week "club" nets S1122 .
the more plentiful his brains the less you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 his erring and the more abundant his

god-like spirit. The more intelligentthe

man, the less the tendency to
1 FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur clothe in crimson the conduct of his

neighbors and the less prone is he IT WORTH WHILE !

to see his own conduct clothed in

immaculate white.
correspondent banks are located in every part of
The higher in the scale of intel-
up Call at (the Christmas Savings' Club \\indo\v and let explain it
more folly
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the ligence we go the less inclined are we

United States. to be severe and selfrighteous.It or better still join some club now.

must be borne in mind however,

that there are no twin souls in this

world even though there may be twin
-- -
bodies. Each stands alone in its
I to the other and to each partic- The Peoples National Bank"It

ular truth within the of its
Beginning Nov. 1, 1913, I will have Program of the Fifth Sunday Meeting range

20,000 packages of vegetable seed and of Wekiwa Association, to be held apprehension.In
the field of life each has its view is a pleasure to serve "
2,000 packages of flower seed for free with the Sorrento Baptist Church,
point, from which it takes observations
distribution.I June 27, 28, 29, 1913. ir
and from which it receives impressions -
would prefer sending these seed to .Friday Night
from all the facts, )ltMMMIMMMMMMMMIMMMtfMttllMT
actual farmers, gardners and those Introductory Sermon, D J, Blocker, persons IMMIMMMMMMftMHIMMMIIIIimiiiiOimH
and phenomena in the life.
having flower gardens, rather than I DeLand, Fla.
: This round world of ours rolls ceas-
promlsfoasly to a list of registered Saturday Morning MMIMMIIIIIIMMiMMMIMIMMMMItMIIHiHM MtMHHfftttlMMII
lessly in the sea of light poured from
voters, many of whom would have no!] 9:00 a. m. Meeting called to order
I the exhaustless fountains of the sun.
for them. by G. W. Holmes, Moderator.
uge All around it, thick strewn with stars :
Every man, woman and child in I Devotional Services, 30 minutes.
bends the blue firmament. It YOWELUS.A.L
Florida desiring a package of these Subject, "Do We Pray Enough," led seems I Ito

seed is invited to send me a postal by Rev. M. E. Murphy, Taft, Fla. : every man as if he were standingin 1
the center of the world. The
card-not a letter-merely stating 9:30 a. m. "How to Retain the Act- I
heavens that swell above him skirted
"Vegetable Seed" or "Flower Seed" ive Sympathy and Co-Operation of I

and plainly giving name and address.Do the Old People in Our Church Work"Led by a horizon that may be narrow orI I II

not write a letter, but use a postal by Rev R. J. Corbett. broad, is the true light of heaven. I

card for the reason that it can be 10:00 a. m. "How Best to Secure The constellated lights that rise I I rritt turQ ntt M ntt
handled. and set upon his vision only have relation -
more easily filed and and Retain the Active Attendanceand J J J
these j to him as a kind of sentient
Write that card right now for Co-Operation of Our Young Peo- ,
centre. Above him the shines,
addresses must be ready for the Agricultural -j i ple," led by C. A, Owens. sun
and the moonsails; beneath his feet
Department by November 1st I 11:00 a. m. Preaching by A. J. I
is dirt rocks and briars. He
1913, and it will take some time to | Holt, Kissimmee, Fla. seemsto
I be above all the stars in
; save
address the packages. Address: Meeting of the Executive Committee
L'ENGLE :| heaven He wonders why his antipodes I
CLAUDE of the Wekiwa Association duringthe 1 ,
"a House of Representatives, i i noon recess. do not die of apoplexy and drop .

D. C.i off into abysmal space. This is
*. Washington, Saturday Afternoon
s i man's view of the world. lie is the I
iI I 2.00 p. m. Divine Services, led by I
center of attraction. He has lowliness I
E. Lee Smith, subject, "Common put
St. Luke's-Cathedral i, Sense in Pastoral Work." beneath his feet, he lifts his 500 yards 36 inch pure Linen, 600 yards the new rrepe Ratine,
face heavenward with
A. Sherrod Dean. 2:30 p. m. "How to Increase the phairisaical The 25c. and 30c. for the for
Very Rev. Edgar I' Attendance of Our Sunday Schools." righteousness and thanks God that quality, just rage summer,

Fourth Sunday! after Trinity. he is not as other men. He looks with 3 days yard 35c. value 3 days yard
Service for the day as follows; Led by Superintendents, A. C. Star- per per ,
the frailties and
I Will' Jacobs, N. J. Perkins andJ. upon short I
9:30 a. m. Sunday school. bird, comjhgs of his: fellows and meditates

\ J030; a. m. Holy ComiKinion; and l!|, A. Lowr);, upon the end thereof.It 18c. 27c.
""* i 3:30 m. "How to Enlist the Un-
sermon; subject of sermon, "Being p. is only when he IS brought face
Enlisted of Our Churches. Openedby
Thankful. ,I to face with himself and the realitiesof
Dr. Prestotn lryd, followed by
7:45 p. m., Choral evening prayer !;;. life that he sets a correct estimate

and lecture. The lecture will be the others.7:30 Preaching by R. Y. Waldin, upon his own conduct and concedes a in Corduroys
fourth in the series on the Apostles'Creed. just verdict to his neighbors Three Biff Specials Pique ,
Associational Missionary.
The topic being "Christ's Descent -
An uncharitable man knows no true
Into Hell; Hell, What and Sunday Morning and is unwilling permit
happiness and Tan
White Pink Blue
9:30: a. m. Sunday School Mass
Where. others to enjoy Gore sunlight in allis !
be '
for atn'ices. Meeting Speakers supplied
Cordial welcome everyone committee. I fullness and? purity.

a 11 seThe We each contribute some part- WHITE NARROW AND \VIDEV ALE CORDUROY
cl&BS will meet 11:00 a. m. Preaching by Dr. A. P.
confirmation I what '-to life's great medley.
hext Wednesday everting at eight Montague, President of Columbia Col- par 27 inches wide, 25c value, 3 days ____________17c yd.

o'clock in the Dean's office. All persons ; lege. COLLEGE COURSE WORTH $25,000
thinking of confirmation are ; 2:00 p. m. "Christian Educationand WHITE, NAVY, TAN, AND BLACK CORDUROY,
Dr. A. P. Montague -
Columbia College"
urged to be present. The class is i i Chicago, June 14.-A college education I 27 inch, 30 and 35c quality, 3 days _____________.24c
The Bishop of the Diocese I to
growing. is worth $25,000, according
will be present at the the first Cathedral Sunday for in Signed G.by W. HOLMES Chairman. I statistics compiled by the adminis- WHITE, TAN, NAVY AND PINK, THE VERY LATESTIN
confirmation on ; tration office of Northwestern University -
Dinner served Saturday and Sunday 35c to 45c
July. on the grounds. All Baptist and made public today. In WELTS FOR ,

churches expected to send delegatesto I seeking to prove in dollars and cents kind, three days for .___________________. 28c yd.
Georgia Anderson, one of the athletic the meeting. the value of a higher education, the

youngomen of this city, has University took a census of the class

made a record that will stand for of 1903, members of which have

some' time for women, in swimming WAU BETWEEN wHITESXD had ten years to get "settled."

from Pass-a-Grille to a point on Pine BLACKS The investigation showed that for -N.

Key: opposite in thirtyminutes. The I the.___ n first___ n five_ .vears. -_ out of school the P. YOWELLThe
swim is almost never made by a woman According to a late telegram to average earning power of the grad-

and rarely by men, and then the Tampa Tribune, Loughman negroes uates was $867, and for the next five

only by a few strong swimmers in the are in uprising against the I years the earning capacity jumped to

time. Miss Anderson has always beena whites because of a supposed griev- $1,862. White Store

strong swimmer and thought noth- ance and the sheriff and a large forceof According to the United States Big

ing of the stunt, being strong enoughto deputies were called out to quell I census bureau the average earning

repeat it. The swim is not an es- what threatened to be a riot. I capacity of the salaried man in Chicago

the channelis facts that white laborers : ...... .
peciallly pleasant one as The are some is $1,202. An estimate of the - -

infested with sharks. A boat accompanied whipped a colored laborer guilty .' total value of a college education was i AT THE FAVORITE MONDAY NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS
her to guard against the of some breach of honor and the arrived at by finding the difference FOR SALE 1

sharks as much as to be on hand in rest of the colored population took up between the earnings of the graduate t Mountain Girl's Sacrifice .Nestor.!
Times-Union. the colored brothers' cause and armed which the statisticians considered a Practically new Rambler Automobile An exciting Western drama 1' Bids will be received for the overhauling

themselves for battle, and threatened fair estimate of a man's of ser- with Presto lights, top, and construction of rooms in
years equipped
Fresh Air Gilkins . . . .Imp ;,
For Sale to make war on the whites. Loughman vice. The cost of a college educationat curtains, windshield, speedometer, An invigorating comedy i the Court House for jury quarters.

Slightly used $2000.00 automobile. is a mill town and about five' Northwestern is estimated at clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra Billy Fools Dada . . . .Gem'A I' Plans and specifications will be on file
consider real estate in trade hundred men are employed, about half 2400. tire, tube and complete set tools and j i comedy in the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
Would Automobile, Care of which are colored, so that a battle accessories. joyous cuit Court. Bids will be received up
for same. Address would have been rather evenly waged. with two suitcases I With Mr. Billy Quirk. to the meeting of the Board of Coun-
Lpage526tfSpring TEMPERATUREFor trunk
Sentinel. Also has auto I, Open from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 10 ,'
However, a citizen of Loughmansaid Reason for sell-I 'ty Commissioners on the First Monday
for touring.
chicken dinner today at the to a Sentinel man that the affair Week Ending June 14. ing have no further use for car. II ip. m. Admission five cents to all. in_ July.By.order .

I Arcade Restaurant, only 50 cents. was not nearly so bad as painted by Su. Mo. Tu. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Address, P. 0. Box 87, City. Spring chicken dinner today at the : of County Commissioners.B. .
the newspaper reports, and last night Max. 92 ; 91'87'8375'89> i 90 L-page-5-26-tf I! Arcade Restaurant, only 50 cents. M ROBINSON, Clerk.1111I11I111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 .
everything was quiet on the Potomac. Min. ,69 74' 71 68 64 56 62
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