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 17, 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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System ID: UF00087112:00041
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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

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C. P. McCftll, a weT known phy- That prosperity has ruined many' Sixty Orlando good roads boosters Washington, June 16.-President.I Last night's regular session of the I' Special to the SenttaeL

sician of Apoj,);a, who jumped froma a woman and turned her head to the will spend tomorrow night:: in the cityat Wilson is expected to submit his message Board of Trade, in many respects, Chicago, June 16.-Heat records
window on the fourth floor of the glare and glamour] of social life with the Hillsboro, arriving from the on banking and currency to Congress was one of the most important in the for June 16th were broken through.

Everett Hotel), on West Bay street, all its cheat and emptiness has oftEn Orange county capital) in fifteen touring next week. He will urge immediate history of the Board The matter ofa out the Middle West, West and Sotith-

and fell upon the rf$)f of a barber been sadly demonstrated. The divorce cars. The enthusiasts leave Or- action. City Park has been agitating the west today. Chicago had a temper
shop, three stories la low At about 2 courts usually write the final chapter lando early tomorrow morning and Representative Carter Glass, Chair- minds of the people of Orlando for ature of 98.4 degrees, the hottest city
o'clock] yesterday Horning, will re- according to a dispatch from stopping at Kissimmee, Haines City, man of the House Committee on twelve years., But last night's action in the country. Phoenix, Arizona, ,o1.

cover, it is believed l, although he is Kansas City: Winter Haven, Bartow, Lakeland and Banking and Currency, will introducein gives the movement definite form. lowing with St. Louis, DesMoiies: ,
reported to be in a serious conditionat A sermon on the love of monty and Plant City, will distribute good roads the House on Thursday the :Monetary When M. 0. Overstreet submitteda Omaha, Indianapolis, Cincinnati |md
St. Luki's hospital, where he was finery was Andrew Mathers' answerto literature.The Reform bill which is supposed I plan for the three banks of Or- Detroit close with the thermometer
ta\ n. a suit brought by his wife in the party will have supper servedat to embody the views of the President.A lando to lean the city $GOOO at five 98. The hottest weather to be reported -

Dr. McCall hail been in the city circuit court here.. Bathers is a the German club if arrangementscan careful survey of Congress shows per cent to be used for park purposes, was on Nebraska plains, where the
far a few days ora visit, making his wealthy contractor. He recites that be made but if not, will visit one that the plans of the Administrationcan said loan to be payable one half, Jan. temperature recorded 102. All pointsin
headquarters at -the Everett. Why he began life as a stonemason, working of the many Spanish restaurants in be carried out only after the President 1, 1914 and one half Jan. 1, 1915. Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and
te jumps from the window on the, for day wages, but as success :' the city. Leaving here Wednesday has taken personal charge of City Engineer Ramsey submitteda Iowa reported the thermometer n'lid-
fourth floor of the hotel is still a mys came to him he bettered his position ( morning at 6 o'clock, they will run to the bill. The rank and file of Con- map showing the amount of land ing in the nineties. ,

tery. Friends tf the injured man in, in life until he was able to provide his ,' St. Petersburg, spending the day there gressmen want to pass the taritf bill owned by the city around Lake Eola) Northwestern temperatures somewhat -
this citj attribute the peculiar actionon t wife Kith diamonds, fine ctathes} mo- then coming to Tampa and remaining and get home and mend their political j:j varying from sixty feet in width tone o lower than these prevailing *uri -
, the part of the doctor to a nervous tor Lots and an expensive home. that night, )leaving for home Thurs- fences. hundred and twenty feet to whichE. i ther south. Throu Minnesota, iln1 -
breakdown. Love of Finery Caesr day morning.Tampa TrabuN' Chairman Glass appears to be about I'. Sperry generously offered t 1 diana and the Dakotas, the tem +er-

At any rate the doctor threw over Ilut; the vice of American life, the j I II the only man about the House just donate several small tracts if the city ature remained from 76 to 88. 1 ijt l a
,chairs table .and furniture in his, lore uJ spending money and of fines I I MOROS) ROUTED IN NIGHT; BATTLE now who has any enthusiasm about I will improve the same for park 'few' cases, death and prostrations

room, it is si:id, and also hurled hi thing, crept in faster than ,my in-'I the passage of the bill. lie has stated : poses. have been reported. '

belongings about in every directionand tome increased," he says in his answer. I ( rather freely that he sees no good i i A number of business men expressed Chicago reported two deaths \nd
. 'then plugged head foremost from His wife, he allffes became Manilla, June 16.-": Complete rout'of reason why the members of both the belief that Mr. Musselwhitewould five prostrations. Late this eveningthe

the open window of his room. HU "spoiled! wilful, proud and overfond': the rebellious Moros on Mount houses should not attend to the public donate the tract on the east wind shifted from the southwest
cries .attracted attention and several I >of having her own war.* Bagsak:: was accomplished by the i ,! business before they return home. end of the lake thereby making a to north and there was a drop* of

people rushed to his assistance.The '"Her domination over me advanced ; American forces during the nightwith | The House leaders do not appear to splendid park tract. twenty degrees in as many minu es.
body),of Dr. McCall was found I jn the same way," he alleges. "She : the loss of six men killed and I be worried about Representative The scope of the plan embraces a Local forecasters promises tomoroow

lying uponUhe' roof of a barber shop,I blamed me for everything that hapi ; seven wounded. Henry's declaration that the "Money five foot cement walk clear around the to be cooler and the present heat i ia at
which is part of the Everett Hotel. I pened. If it rained when she was 'I Reports of the engagement, reaching '': Trust" must be investigated more lake with a number of approaches !, an end. |.

was at first.believed that the fall from l goin out she acted as if I had a''' here by wireless from the island I freely before it will be possible for I'from the different streets. Flower : In Omaha, two deaths were 'reported -
the fourth story of the building had I special agreement with Providence 'of Jolo, are very meager.: All of the; Congress to pass banking and currenf beds and ornamental shrubbery and i and eight prostrations.

:killed the man, but it was soon evident 1- to spoil her pleasure. She no longer Americans killed were members of f: legislation. They insist that )legis- 1 palms; also:: several small covered pa- : Throughout the State of Nebraska! ,
that Jie was still alive. belonged to the race of meek and the several) companies of scouts. In :, )lation which may affect the individual L I.: villions and one large green house for four deaths occurred, also many pros

'Conant auto ambulance) was summoned -. lowly.) She was imperious and -the, first advance upon the mountainlast actions of bankers has no bearing directly -the: culture of plants and flowers of ', trations. There is no indications'of

/ at once and Dr. .1I Call TOE, willed, believing in divorce, as a ee'( week, .Americans were killed.The upon legislation that will mould I I various kinds, in fact, it is proposed relief according to Omaha forecas
:rushed immediately to the hospital, .for all family ills, believing in it lh number of dead among the Morosis i the .5OOO banking units in this coon- :I to cultivate every species of plant and ters. .
Upon ,examination it was found that more because I opposed this system. not known. ,, try into a system which will operat; flower known to Florida. t.

ihis right,leg was broken and that Jie. The attainment of happiness Math Last nights battle began just before for the general good of commerce. It is proposed that a Park Commis- HOT WA\ARRIVED
was badjy..bruised about his body Jt: ers says, has been lost sight of completely dark. The fighting was fierce, The one question in the political 1 I sion be appointed by the City Council

was also reported from the hospital]l by his wife. Blinded by selfish but the American advance was so determined I sphere that the ordinary Congress to manage the Park and that a care- Special to the Sentinel.

:that the ;physicians did not believe.. ambition he says, and guided by that the Moros at last stole''I I man is willing to admit he know s taker with police powers be put in New York, June 16.-The eastern
that Dr. McCall had been injured internally self will and pride she is throwing; away and left the mountain clear. I nothing about is banking and curren charge to take care of the flowers and central sections of the United

from the effects of the fTimesUnion away all domestic peace without car- t They are now at large and will be I C). In the face of this condition and plants and keep order. It was States sweltered today in the warm
16th. inir. for the future or the well being of pursued ceaselessly.) Brigadier General j President Wilson has satisfied hirasell f'r ': stated that a man versed in the business '( est weather of the year. The heatin

Dr. McCall and a Sentinel representative her children. John Pershing, commanding the I i! i on the system that is needed in this \j would make the park self sustaining many places resulting in deaths
: chatted for quite a whileat lathers denies the allegation of I Department in Mindanao, is leading :;i the A. C. L Depot Thursday night his wife that he drank ,and abused I his forces \I with the fundamentals on which the ': sale of cut flowers.Mr. prostrations.
objected! Practically the entire territory from
while her. He admits that he President will insist. I Clark Robinson of
the ,
waiting for the I one the the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Coast
midni ht. when she locked him out of the house. i j jHe FLORIDA TARIFF SCHEDULES most successful of flowers in
train on which he said he i growers and far south as the Carolinas, felt
that her .for divorce
was going to Atlanta to be gone until I FLYING FOX TAKES DERBY !I I the city, was suggested as a suitable the effect of the blistering rays 6f
about .the first of September fit- he; denied and that she be admonished; Special to the Sentinel ij i I man to take charge of the park if his the
tu return to her home .and duty. Washington, June KK-The Florida) I! services be secured.Dr. .
in can
was a.cheerful frame of mind ant! I II i Paris, June 16.-The Prix du Jock- New York was 90 degrees and the
he said at the time that he had been I spirit, agricultural}: and tobacco schedules Stagg, who is an authority on
ey Club, the French Derby, was runt warmest day of the summer.
.a sufferer from insomnia and hopedto FORTY) GOLF; CLUBS ,REPRESENTED I, < was considered today by the Sen- the parks and also on plant life, made
a Chantilly course yesterday and Philadelphia reported five deaths jn
be benefitted by the s sI ate Finance Committee, which is re1vising I \ some very pertinent remarks that led
trip. | '
I I won by Edmund Blanc's lagor, a bay temperature registering 96 degrees.
the Underwood tariff bill preparatory -j t ;, up to a free discussion in which W. S.
colt by FI"ingFox, an outsider in the I i ,
BLACK HANDERS ,Chicago, June 16.-Forty clubs ofj I ] to the passage of the measure -'I betting. M. L Olry-Roderer's Balda- I\.: Branch, C. P. Dow, B. Beacham, C.'E. .
WRECK HOME the Western Golf Association are by the Senate. For the most part ;' Howard, M. 0. Overstreet, E. P.I CONVENTION OF NATIONAL
I quin finished second, with M. E. De
scheduled) to begin today in the fifth 'the revisions made today were down- Sperry, S. A. Johnson, and others PRESS ASSOCIATION
j I Sant Alary's Bruler third.
Angeles Cal. June l
16.-J. D.
annual for the Tom Mor- wards.
competition '
I a unanimity feeling
:. Soon after the start W. K. \' ,
fruit -
a wealthy dealer here
Special to the Sentinele
r rmemorial trophy. The 'first play The Citrus fruit schedule was also : .I I led up to a motion that a committee
formerly df New Pierpirol fell. H. B. Duryea'siBlarney
Orleans, whose residence will be by teams of eight from each taken up today. The members of the of three present the matter to th Colorado Springs, June 16-This
WES ..dynamited early today, clot .against the par of their respective committee decided that the Under- I August Belmont's Vulcain i City Council at their meeting on city is now filled with editors from all
told .the 'police he believed the at- VII, and J. E. Widener's Roi de L'Or.
Bourses. wood rates should stand. A duty of Thursday night and represent to the parts of the country who are here to
,his I The Prix du Jockey Club is stake
tempt on was planned by aorganized n Weather conditions have had much' five per cent was placed on bananas,I a Council that it was the unanimous request attend the annual convention of thee
for three year-olds at 1 miles. It
society, with headquartersin to oV with the result and every year1has however. This fruit was free listed j of the Board of Trade that th National Press Association of Amer-
New Orleans Trappani and his produced a surprise.Thetrophy i I as the tariff bill passed the House. I Ii was worth this year, $37,000. I J Council take immediate action in thei ica. Colorado Springs has donned its
family were not at home when the explosion Peter. I I fanciest attire in honor of the visiting
: was presented by I I matter so that a park may be in readiness -
ocxurred. The building wts Iawn, of Glasgow, Scotland, as ai I I POLICEMEN SENTENCED: I SLOCU I DISASTER A\ I\'ER- !i by fall. journalists who will begin their

wrecked. 1'effeino Principle and a memonal to the grand old ,man ofj!I Ii i Special to the Sentinel. I SARY I The president appointed as that deliberations tomorrow morning.
nun refused to give his nameWl1"e Scotch golf, and is placed on the II San Francisco, Cal, June 16-Six I !1 committee E. F. Sperry, Dr. Stagg'!' The sessions wlil be held in the?
arrested. They were both badly birthdaj of the veteran St. -\zl. rew's I of eight policemen indicted on the New York, June 16.-The ninth an- !j and J. C. Patterson. The Board of rooms of the local Chamber of Com-
when their clothing caught niversary of the burning of the '' merce. After the editors have been
player. :i charge of conspiracy in conectioni excursion Trade of course is cognizant of the
fire from the I I
explosion. i with the operating three hundredi steamer General Slocum i ini I fact that the City Council is the only' duly welcomed to the city by two adr
Trappani totd the police a story of CURRENCY! REFORM BILL i i thousand dollar Italian bunco ring, !:i ii which hundreds of persons lost their !j body having power to act in this mat- dresses by women editors, "Laws that
demands for money, threats and pur i pleaded guilty today and were sen- '! lives, is being observed by survivors I[ ter but they felt that the wishes of Club the Press," by Mrs. I... R. East
suit covering a period of eleven years Special to Tie SentinelWashinglim I: tenced to nine months each in the! of the disaster. Yesterday the exact I the citizens of Orlando is so unanimous wood of the Watertown, S. D., HerI -
He was the object of mysterious at June 16.-The fcnal i I!, county jail. !! date of the anniversary, more than I in this matter that the Council I aid, and "Woman's Experience in
tacks in New Orleans for nearly nine draft of the Glass Currency Reft.r m '' 2,000 persons gathered in the Luther-J would be glad to honor the request. Journalism," by Mrs. Juliet V.Straus\

years arrival, he said, and shortly after his Bill, the administration measure wlich'I' BASEBALL RESULTS IN TIlE BIG I jan Cemetery around the monument I There is no one thing that can be of Rockville, Indiana, country contributor -.
here twu years ago, received 1 : erected to mark to the Ladies
has the endorsement of President: LEAGUES I I the graves of unidentified added to the city attractions at so Home Journal.
letters demanding various sums. Wilson, was completed and will be in- :'! ,: dead and joined in singing f j small expense that will mean so much During the course of the convene
These he i ignored. Last week, he the : hymns. tion which lasts
trodured in House Fri until
probably -j Special to the Sentinel i 'as a beautiful park, and as it is a t Thursday,
said, he received a demand for $300,I day. Glass of the House Banking'I National i : matter in which citizens are inter- there will be a number of little please'

accompanied by a threat that his family and Currency Committee, made thk :. Pittsburg, 5; Boston, 6. I AFTER THE GAMBLERS ested, it should be done through th e'' ore trips on the side, such as to the
would be killed unless the money' but did !! i I Garden of the Gods
announcement, not give out Chicago, 13; Philadelphia, 3. medium of taxation. Ctipp Creek,
was paid also to he a black hand society. Thisletter any of the details of the measure. I!I St. Louis, 5; Brooklyn, 10. I Special to the Sentinel.New i Twelve new names were added to :I Manitou Spring and other points of

ignoird.i These will be made public when the t Cincinnati, 2; New York, 4. York, June 16.-Concerted action -'the list of applications for member- interest.Af. .
bill is introduced in the House. American i 1 of the presidents of clubs in both i I ship last night. the conclusion of the cor.veniion1

CARNEGIE ATTE.VJUS JUBILEE I New York, 3; Detroit, 5. I{ Major Leagues against betting oni j I A committee will soon begin a canvass the editors will)) make an extensivei
JAPS WON Boston, 3; St. Louis, 2. I i baseball games and )league races, resulted of the business men for the pur- tour through the northern part of

Berlin, June 16.-Andrew Carnegie Philadelphia, 3; Cleveland, 2. in the arrest today of twenty- I i pose of raising $5,000 for advertising the state.
upon the special invitation of Kaiser Tokio, June 16.-The Kelno Univer- ; Washington, 1; Chicago, 4. ;jseven men in Philadelphia, and barring ; purposes. The Board has many plans The officers of the association are:'

Wilhelm, attended the latter's silver city baseball team defeated the nine Southern : several others from the Polo> | under advisement for the city's adVancement A. D. Moffett, Elwood, Indiana, pres-

jubilee festival today, the twentyfifthanniversary l of Leland Stanford, Jr., University I Memphis, 2; New Orleans, 1. :'Grounds of this city. The campaignI ; I| and all members are fall j went; J. Clyde) Oswald, New York
of the emperor's mounting i by a score of 5 to 1 Saturday. Six i Atlanta, 7; Nashville, 3. I'I' against gambling will be followed, i tiof:i enthusiasm. City, vice-president; George Schlosser

to the throne. Mr. Carnegie presented hits were made by each team, but theo I Chattanooga, 2; Birmingham, 1. {I is said, until they be driven out ot fl I Sioux Falls, S. D., secretary; and W.

a message of congratulation I American University players madefive I Montgomery, 9; Mobile, 4. I business. i; NEW YORK CENTRAL MERGER R. Hedges, Sleepy Eye, Minn., treas
His Majesty from the American societies i. errors, to one misplay by the Ja- !: South Atlantic urer.

and citizens. Mr. Carnegie occupies ;- panese. 'I Macon, 6; Albany, 2. i!| MOVEMENTS MYSTERIOUS I 1i j New York, June-16-Stockholders r''

a suite of five rooms in the Savannah, 4; Columbus, 2. i ii! lof the New York Central & Hudson WEATHER REPORT ..

Hotel Adion. The whole Berlin garrison i- BECKENGER SOLD Cherleston, 3; Jacksonville, 1. i| Special to the Sentinel. I River Railway Company met todayto Generally fair Tuesday and Wed-
lined the streets and paraded before Carolina | Havana Cuba endorse
June 16.-An expedition plans for the unificationof nesday.
the Schloss in honor of the Kserr iChicago, June 16.-Catcher Heck-t Greensboro, 3; Charlotte, 0. schooner equipped with some of the important lines of the

enger, of the Chicago Club of the N Winston-Salem,:1 7; Asheville, 1. many rapid-fire guns, sailed from Havana system today. These plans will simplify i- Lucerne Theatre today-"Oil on
:' tional League, was sold today to the Durham, 3; Raleigh, 0. I today under command of Vicente the corporate organization and Troubled Waters." A powerful dramatic -

i The finest of stationery, Curtis. e&: Brooklyn club. The terms were not I I. Segura and Alfredo Rodrigguez, their furnish a broader basis for.the permanent ,| subject, in two reels. Don't miss
O'Neal, next, to Postoffice.. 'i 1 announced. Subscribe for the Sentinel destination being unknown. I financial improvements. : it. Open at three-thirty for Iatinee.SENTINEL r'


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We hope a fair assessment of property -

creation The trouble in Florida of the now state will is that tax result each commission.from county they 1]'I Gifts to Please Bargains Bargains! !

is dodging its share of taxes or suspects :-,
every other county of a desire I
to do so. -- Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
As a result of this wholesale tax I May be safely purchased fromus # Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
dodging our state is represented as and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
One of the poorest of the Union. The I body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
trouble has been the lack of one con- where everythingis Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
trol of the assessment of the whole ,. t r Ladies' Dresses, in all styles] and colors, French

(state. In a measure the comptrollerhas guaranteed. Gingham, from 9Sc up.
had charge of this,but it is a task Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
that one official burdened with other 1- from 25c up.Ladies' .

duties could not accomplish.Ask 'r Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in alls
any assessor in Florida if he I a; styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
assesses property at its true value I Dry Goods at a special reduction.
and he will admit that he does not.I Allen & Co. ;A _'_ Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.Ladies' .
Ask him why he does not and he will I and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
from 25c
tell you that property in other counties up.
is under-valued for taxation and I Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
if he assesses the true value in his Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
county he will make his people pay JEWELERS I Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
more than their just share of taxes. Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 98c up.
But if property in all counties were I Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
assessed at its true value justice I jvould be done the tax payer as completely Orlando FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 25c up. a
as if all were asesssed at one- Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up.Men's /g9B& \
I I and Felt and Straw Hats from 25c "
fourth of its value and justice would I Boys' up.
I II Notwithstanding our exceptional prices, in addition
also Le done the state which the tax
I I in chinaware to l.,
took now represent as being worth I. we gi\e away premiums everybodywho
I trades with
only about one-fourth as much as it : us.
I We want trade and that will i
your we assure you we
is really worth. Justice is secured by
uniformity and the truth is the best Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guar-,
antee satisfaction refunded. Come and
basis of uniformity.If or your money i \
convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated. f TT -
the average assessment were your service always. be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe'
quadrupled the tax rate could be divided -
by four and the tax payers, I Ilt'OKl '
\vould pay no more than: now but the i New Bargain Store, OrlandoE
fact would be shown that Floridiansare I E IIIIt
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one of the poorest. '
We do not believe any State in the'
Union is more prosperous than Florid -
:. We do not believe the people of' DISPENSE ONLY THE PURIST AND BEST .
any state are advancing more rapidly j( 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
in wealth. But our tax books don't, Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
show it and the fact that they do not j i Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR '
is hindrance the of'1'
a development We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
the state. This is evil which we'
and hour each at the Lu-
pleasant profitable evening
hope the state tax commission will'; ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2 ; ; TALKING
remedy.Times-Union. cerne.GET
Some of our friends who took their
departure for the North early in the TRY OUR ICE CREAMThe FOR DEMONSTRATIONSEE
week, clad in Florida garments were
compelled to purchase winter raiment I. Best EverHiMIIMIMMMIIMMMMIiMMIIIMIMMMMMHI I

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I I 1 ____ Paul A. Horn I STAR BRAND
country in the world has madeas That lots of people have plenty of:
marvelous a record for exports in dough without being well bred. I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
manufactrued goods as the United CORN L CRISPETTE I [
States during the last twenty years. That "it" came over and you know REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
No manufacturers in the world have the rest-a big feast followed..
accumulated wealth so rapidly as. ---- ,i' .0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla Wholesome Nourishing will sell Lime at 90c
those of the United States. Their j i That there are times when smokers Delicious
great sales abroad shows that competition -'learn that some bum cigars have a Manufactured By per barrel delivered,
abroad is not great and that beautiful gold"eSt.. .
the manufacturer of this country has G. C MAHON I five barrel lots.
superior advantages over the foreign! That a grouchy old bachelor here
manufacturers. This, coupled with the' who has been trying to get a mar- ''' PflTtMGA IMG(9t Successor to Terry & Pomeroy f j

fact that the protective tariff has en- riage license, is going to Tampa and JTOVAIULD-mat CUii WHK awns TAW us nil
abled the manufacturer to obtain,extravagant try it there. PRQMPT MAIL ORDLRJEUYICE Subscribe for the Sentinel. Florida Metal Co.
prices for his products at
home accounts for the fortunes that That when a certain young man
have been piled up in so few years here popped the question to a young McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING .
by; owners and operators of mines, land he was surprised at the quick J I
mills and factories.A resopnse she made. He thought she i NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN Phone 41. .

report on file in the departmentof would be modest and shy before an S ..
commerce shows phenomenal fig-.swering.
ures. The report says: 1"II"I"I"'III'I'I'I" lllei'II- III'-- "- "-" -
manufactures-iron"Taking these six, great copper groups, wood of, Or Even a Pink Tea Cart. I Crepe hOODS anD KifflonosGOWNS ;

leather, cottons, and refined mineral;i Out in Ohio they can't start a''
oils-their aggregate exportation street car without running into poli-, I [ELECTRIC L VACUUM L CLEANER t
shows a growth in the twentyyearperiod tics.-Baltimore Sun. ETC. I
from 125 million dollars in 1803
to 336 million in 1903 and 875 mil "T'_ ....
lion in 1913. This indicates a gain LET IT FOLLOW VACATION YOU ON YOUR 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 '
of 600 per cent in the exports of these'I I
six great of manufactures in cents per yard at }j
groups Have house
t i When leaving Orlando on your vacation i your room or
the twenty-year period, against
again !
order the Daily Sentinel to follow -
all 'other of 126 domestic per cent in products the exports duringthe of you. Mailed to any address,: McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT I ii i cleaned without dust or troubleof
same period. ,for ten cents a week. Ad-;
dress changed as often as desired. furniture .
"The vast sums of money which I i moving
these manufacturing organizationsare ; STORE ii
bringing into this country r THEt rTANIARD

trated through by their official sales figures abroad of is the illus-Bu S j 124 South Orange Avenue i: The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-=

reau of Foreign and Domestic Com OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
merce, Department of Commerce, perienced man.
covering the past decade. The total I !
value of iron and steel manufactures 1 .
exported from the United States i in! ttttHMIMIIMIIHIIMIIHmMMMMMMIIMMtMCEMENT 3
the ten fiscal years which end with

the two current billion dollars month;is of, in copper round and terms refined ,;I I I X1 1CkI( Bl'1Ckl Bl'1C ((1 M

mineral oils, each about one II n

billion; manufactures of wood, three-I Toe PIERCE[ ELECTRIC[ L C0,1 Inc.UHTJRF

quarters ufactures of thereof a billion, a; leather half billion and; an al i Our "sheets" are standards of purity BRICK ,

manufactures of cotton, nearly a half I and deliciousness b\ which you
billion dollars, making a total for th ecan: judge others. < [ STREETfillMmiMIMtlMMMHMiMttMtmillllllMiit
six groups named of approximatelyfive Every chocolate, every bonbon,j These Brick are better than Clay Brick
confection of whatever sort that
and one-half every
dollars out of
a total of about eighteen billion dollars' is sold here represent the highest and they are cheaper -- -- -
worth of domestic standard of genuine purity and excel AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
exported H. A.
lence.A RoystonHouse Those wishing to make trips for
during that period. 1 single trial of your favorite conCretion FRANK HYRES Painting and Calcimining business or pleasure, should see rai
bought here will convince II for prices. Prompt service guaran-
Money to loan on improved propMy. lOU Maker of Artificial Stone ,. I have had years of experience and
that this is THE establishment talways teed. C. W. WilUey, Orlando Fla.
S. Y. WAShanibarger's I guarantee my wortEstimates
patronize. Phone, 360. 5-29 t!
Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R.8.Mit'jaiiMimniiimiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiii. cheerfully! furnished. --
for bicycles and BUTT'S Drop me a card and I will call. Money to loan on improved property
Sundries. tf Kandy Kitchen I i I"1 P. 0. Box 381 : S. Y. WAY.MMMMIMMitMIMMIMHMIMMMMi .

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those who Know Us

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We Would 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

r '
the merits of Yi+ y: y 'Srr' ,ry \. } 1 w make special

jiJ : termsto those whomerchandiseour

$ ; wish it.

and the

lowness of our t., We do a large volume *

prices of this kind of business.


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

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


KZincaio. <& Snowden

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


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. 1 The Daily FLORIDA NOT SO BAD C FRANKING A SUGAR LOBBY SURE IT PAYS . . '.. .' . . .. . ., ......
I .
South Florida Sentinel I I To take a speech-of Senator Lodge's, "Do believe advertising ?"
you pays
The fact that the greatest minds in :
MORNING AND WEEKLY add to it matter of his own and cir- asked the Grouch. I
the land are turning their attention I culate it and other pamphlets as pub- "
"You bet it the
--- pays, replied Wisr
Entered at the post office at Orlando. to Florida indicates that it is more i
lic documents under Senator
Florida Second Class Mail Matter. shell. Lodge's Guy. "Last week I forgot my um- "Little :
as than a paper
i frank at a saving of $22,000 to the brella and left it in the Jag Emporium. -
Men who have traveled around the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I beet-sugar interests is what the leading Someone took it, so I inserteda
Florida for their winter
world come to
I beet-sugar lobbyist describes as lost or stolen ad that read: 'The
THE DAILY SENTINELOne homes. I "doing my country a great service." man who took the umbrella from the

Year .. . ........ .. .$5.00 The largest orange growers in the Altogether this highminded patriot, Jag Emporium yesterday is known
States their facesto "
United turning
.. ..... 2.50 are in the name of Senator Lodge and "
Six Months . and will save a lot of trouble if he *
Florida. The greatest plant cul- Four"i
Three Months .. .. ...eo 1.25 other members of Congress, franked will return the aforesaid shower stickto
turist in the world, Luther Burbank,
I 1,525,000 pamphlets at a saving of the address given below."'
By news carrier in Orlando, 60 cents per is now turning his attention to Flor +
over $28,000 in postage and an equal "Well, what happened?" asked
and Sunday.
month Daily The world's
ida. champion poultryraiser !
cost to the National Treasury. the Grouch. i i'
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found is establishing the largest 'I
Senator Lodge should be recalled
to "Next day umbrella and nine
.n aale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal's Book poultry farm in the world in Florida. my
Store, and Wright Brothers.We I the stand to explain\ his services in other umbrellas were left at my
The largest ranchmen in the west
will appreciate prompt complaint if promoting this impudent transactionat house," said the Wise Guy. I!
Florida the future
are investigating as -
the of the Government.He .
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. expense
----- meat supply of the coutnry.The I I -
virtually put the Government Subscribe for the Sentinel
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap- great financiers of the world j I tare
Office and the
plication. Printing postal serviceat --------- -- ---
investing liberally in Florida lands i the lobby's free disposal in its . " '
THE WEEKLY SENTINELFor all of which with to the
points certainty
year, by mail postage paid.......1.00 i campaign against pending tariff leg- 1
Address THE SENTINEL Orlando, Florida. virtue of Florida soil and climate,I islation. In decency and honor, what
ulf Co1
and the man who does not consider Refining t
Office 107 Court Street Arcade Building I defense has he to offer for his partin
Phone 24 soil and climate together makes the this scandalous business.If .
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mistake that often leads to rash
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor I the agencies of the Governmenthave .1111.
statements. It can not be cleaimed
been turned over to special interests -
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor that Florida soil is to be comparedwith I
to aid them to retain the KeroseneGasoline
the rich of the
TUESDAY, JUNE 17TH, 1913. prairies west I privilege of taxing the people's food
which herds of buffalo
over and clothing, let all the facts be made -
for But Florida has climate
years. a
I known at once by the Senate investigating -
Young men climbing the ladder of that enables the horticulturist and f committee.-New York World.

fame should never stop to look down. agriculturist to grow a greater Variety LubricatingOils

o of crops twelve months in the "THRUST UPON US.

Tht rapidity with which sound year than any state in the Union. and Greases i : AT HOME aI

travels is best illustrated by gossip.o Florida's climate makes it possible to In admonishing President Wilson to

grow fresh fruit and crisp vegetableswhile I go slow on Phillipine independence, I
Axle Grease
The burdens of life generally fall the rest of the United Statesis ex-President Taft asserts that our Pa-

ver.' i'ghtly upon those who belong frozen up. If the soil was as richas cific possessions were "thrust uponus I.1Ivi r llllr & SONS
to tile "Don't Worry Clu in green- the Western prairies, and possessed by circumstances over which we

viii e. as it is with a most genial climate, had no control." The New York World ,

--0-- there would not be acres eniugh to corrects Mr. Taft with the remark P.G.WALTONAgentPHONES

We wish to remind the boys that supply the applicants. I that a president in retirement shouldbe SUCCESSORS TO

when mother quits licking them ex- There is much rich soil in Florida,I careful to avoid loose statements | j'J ..
will take the job and and much thin soil. But when
perience up climate when he undertakes to instruct a
keep it up to the end of time. and soil are considered togetherno president in service.It Orlando, .. Florida S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE

---<'---- state in the Union
can compare is not a correct statement of
Going to the same resort every with it. I facts to say that the Phillipines were w' /+i. w

summer is one sensible way of domesticating To be sure we use fertilizer and "thrust upon" the United States. - --- -- -

your discomforts. By once in a while there is need of irrigation When the American peace commis-

va.ulering around one is taken una-I but if these were added unto sioners were conferring with the representatives -

vi. is by new ones. us with the same lavish hand that of Spain at Paris, they

o I climate has been given us, we would were ordered from Washington to pay JUNE WEDDING
An ad in our Want dlwi will t'o have paradise on earth, and there I' $20,000,000 for the islands. Their bet

the job. Get a girl, mid a lost ar- would be little incentive for men to I I I' ter judgement opposed the purchase,

ticle, sell that old chair, bed, baby seek a city not built with hands. i and the treaty was ratified by the

carriage or rent your house or sell The man who knocks Florida is Senate with but three votes to spare. While "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

your farm. Try it.o. the man who is expecting too much on i There was a very strong sentiment seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous

this journey through the vale of tears.I against the acquisition of this terri weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

V,-e hope Dr. Stagg will punctuatethe tory after the close of the war with for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for theBest Man and the Attendants, and Wedding
boosters' trip with a goodly num- I BOOSTERS GET AWAY ON THE I, Spain, and that sentiment has in- Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to ,

ber of negro stories and John Row- I GOOD ROADS JAUNT : creased since that time and is now your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

land should regale the boys with a I I manifesting itself in the form of a We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

fei" whiffs of that Utah Coffee. I i demand that the United States get rid stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

o With autos bedecked with banners : of the islands as soon as the Filli- smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in theo

The Chicago News very pertinently and placards, fifty passengers in pinos demonstrate their ability t country.The.

suggests that part of a great city's autors will leave the city this morn ; manage their own affairs. stock is so large, so- varied and so complete that a detailed descrip-

greatness depends upon mops, scrub- ing at 7 o'clock for the Gulf. All tion is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully

bing brushes, brooms, dust pans, garden cars carry a goodly supply of persuasive I LAWLESS LAW ENFORCEMENT inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-
hose, elbow and bon- literature and Orlando's ad- .
soap grease ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
fires.If. vantages will be heralded to the Of all the atrocities committed under
to-date merchandise.
o I world. Those who will make the trip the guise of and in the name of

the Orlando Fair Associationcan are as follows: law, there is nothing that approachesthe
get as many entries of race horsesat Arthur Butt, T. 0. Brown, Alph wanton abandon of the coal operators '-

the fall race meet as the State, Bumby, Clark Rcbertson, Carl Jansen, and their hired thugs of West
have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
already has entries for the guberna i H. P. Leu, Capt. Wilmott, Mr. IL C. Virginia.The you
of that do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
torial race, w? may look forward to McDaniels, Mr. L W. Phillips, Bob tale that is being told by the pieces jewelry you .
j j mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation
an interesting racing event. Magruder, M. 0. Overstreet, Mr*. palefaced frightened women and children
can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
o Ov rstreet, Col. Bradshaw, Mrs. Brad- and by broken and crippled men
Our boosters will find Lakeland installing shaw, E. G. Duckworth, Louis Dolive, who are called before the Senate Com- Fine watch repair work a specialty.

the great white way, like- G. C. Keller, Robert Duckworth, Will mittee, only finds a parallel in the I -- ---- -----
wise Tampa, St. Petersburg and Crossley and wife, D. Batchelor and history of the subjugated Cubans un- ---

Clear Water. Don't forget to note wife, J. D. Harris and friends, A. Y. : der Weyler rule.

this, fellow boosters and tell our citi- Fuller, Mr. Slauter. Kirby Fuller, 0. It seems incredible that on United i fivanshJewc1i

zens about it when you come back.A N. Larson, Gray Rush, Jas. A. Knox, : States' soil should be found a people

o Fred Gore, Jno. Tucker, and son, Tom who would entrust men with the pow-

man will tell the graduatingclass Alerman, B. Beecham, Dr. Stagg, ur of the law who entertain such

that undeviating devotion to Misses Beecham, V. W. Estes, C. E. brutal notions of. enforcing law. i

duty is the talisman of success and Howard, II. II. Dicks n, Cutler Wat-. The state officers who permitted ; OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

then stand around the rest of the kins, Mr. Switzer, W. S. Nevel, Whitney these outrages and the coal operatorsuld '

day watching the men repair the Wright, A. Cohoon, Jno. Row- have a term in prison. EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

asphalt pavement in front of his land, Joseph Meisterman, E. F. Sperry -

house. I C. E. Johnson, W, P Watson. Subscribe for the Sentinel.
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last was candidates week commission for who city were government.officers.pledged The to All issue commission the':! AUTOMOBILE'BULLETIN '

good majorities government although were a elected determined by-!i I SILI{ S TOCIING{ S'

fight was made against it. Commission :

government also carried in !I

Traverse I
o- I

Altogether for a bigger, better and :

busier Orlando. Its a great idea. Its' .. For Day

just what every business man and i These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is I .r r
every well wisher ought to do. LetV''
to be in first-class condition is ,
every one of us say to all of us, "All guaranteed fully equip and

get together and boost or burst ( financially -: ped and ready to run.

)." The position Orlando'''

hold today justifies the effort. Let's : EveningWear .
1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition I 1"
get at and do it. ,i i ,_ '


A person not acquainted with the $550.00

fact, would have no idea of the large

amount of building and repairing thatis 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,
being done in various parts of Or- ;, A

lando. On all sides the sound of the $500.00. 1 t

hammer and saw is heard and the indications I A

are that this will be one of 1
that 1 Model G. Four Our Personal Guarantee
the liveliest building seasons we Cylinder Cad-

have had for a number of years. ;

()-- mac, $150.00 i I Accompanies Every Pair

The amendment of the "greenfruit" i
that no citrus
law provides
1 Studebaker "30" 1912 less
fruit shall be shipped before November run than

5, unless it can show a content of 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. Ives
acid not'in excess of 1.30 for oranges

and l.' 5 for grapefruit. After No-

vember 5, the gates are down and any

fruit may be shipped provided thai Juan EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS
San Garage
it shows at least half color. The in

ference is that after that date thfruit < Second Floor

will in most cases be ripe eonug h I 1t

to fchip.. Uesburg Commercial. II ....


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The genuineness; of our Price Reduction Sales has been

acknowledged in a most gratifying manner by the discriminating REMEMBER I Boys' Wash Suits

buyers who have from the time of opening to the closingof fflJ OOIP[{' nil
our doors expressed appreciation of the honesty of our [ un WHITES
-We have no charge accounts-naturally we can and do sellHER'L1

IS ANOTHER ONE lower than others. In spite of this however, we are determined From Two Years to Eight Years of AgeOur
to move these 250 Dresses in the three days if prices will
do it forPRICE
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MonnaX! Tuesday and Wednesday REDUCTION and SHOULD our Reductions MEAN are STOCK: REDUCTION $ ..90 Suits will be sold at___________________- $ .69

===== \VE PUT ON SALE ===== Our 50c Dresses will be sold at________________________ 39c Our $1.00 Suits will be sold at-_____________-_____ .89

250 CIIILDREiin 'S READY TO WEAR DRESSES Our GOc Dresses will be sold at________________________ 15c Our $1.25 Suits will be sold at-__________________ .98

Linene, Ginghams, Chambrays, 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 II YEARS OF AGE Our $1.25 Dresses will be sold at______________________ 9Sc Our $2.50 Suits will be sold at_____________ 1.98x

F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange Avenue

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i! Chicago on an extended visit. SALE I OWNERS ON SEWER TAPS 4

TilE WADE TUNER The Newest
I Born last night to Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. S. S. Griffin, one of Orlando's I City Engineer Ramsey has done the
J ORLANDO. FLA. !W. Tilden, a son. foremost and substantial real estate tax payers of Orlando a good service The Cleanest Store

men, has made a real estate deal of in the matter of connections with the The Freshest Stock
i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Gallaher and considerable importance. He has sold sewer mains.

Mr Barclay Johnson leaves today family arrived in Orlando last night the three beautiful lots on Lake Eola, After figuring with contractors II.

for his home in Traverse City, Mich. from Jacksonville.Mr. known as the Renekin lots, to II. II. D. Harvey & Company, he has secured I
Yowell, Wilbur L Tilden and Frank a price for the connection carried f an Crocei in OrIado o
and :Mrs. N. P. Yowell
; to the line at 13
Mr. Walter Sims, of Ocoee, was in property % cents
the city yesterday making purchases. ': family returned last night from their These are valuable lots and whether per foot where the cut does not exceed ,
trip to the beach. these young men purchased for < six feet in depth. Where the

J. H. Beers, of Detroit, Michigan, is. homes or for speculation purposes, depth exceeds six feet, a flat rate
in the city looking over business in-i i!i Mr. Harry Gauthier left yesterdayfor they acted wisely. j figure of 53 cents will be added to the
terests. Tampa, where they will spend several : | cost( thereof, making the minimumcost
days. A MERRY PARTY < to the property owner $4.10 and H LJ:1v:1ESReceived : : : H

Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Andes left yes the maximum cost $4.63. Less than
teitiay for their home in Providence Mr. and :Mrs. Fred H. Rand, Jr., of The members of the "Septem Summer half the regular plumbers' charge and fresh every day. Can furnish them by the
Rhode Island. Miami, were among the visitors to Orlando Club," Misses Cornelia Iiner, will save the citizens of Orlando over dozen. Give
J last evening. Dorothy Johnson, Edith Rambeau, $15,000 by having these taps made you special price by the

Mr. James Brack of Arizona is i in Ruth Isaacson, Evans, Helen Warlow nand and will save having the streets: hundred or barrel.
the city and will spend a week look' Mrs. S. F. Jones closed her pretty Ruth McCullough, formed a jolly torn up the second time. This is a
ing over the country. home on West street last evening and party on Friday, their guests being matter of considerable importance to .'
;i, took the midnight train for Belle Ver Messrs. Sam McCoy, Jack Cooper, tax payers. 'I. .

Dr. Cook, of north pole farme, lee : non, Pa., where she will spend the Earle Vick, W. Stephany and George I' Mr. Ramsey submitted some figures I Ion THE
tured at Live Oak last week. This 1 summer. Ball. They journeyed to Miss Minor's the size of the sewer pipe that, SANITARY GROCERY

accounts for the cold shake we got. home on Rock Lake where they spent I are of interest to the public and sets
Mr. and Mrs. George Mabre oi f the evening picnicing. ',' at rest some doubts. For instance, CARUTHERS & GORE

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fordice who Boston, spent a few hours in the city I j on minimum grade an eight-inch pipe 1 Phone 200 6 and 8 East i
have spent the winter in this city, : yesterday enroute to the home city :Mr. H. S. Gerst, of Albany, Ga., i is'''1 will carry 400,000 gallons of water + Pine Street YI

left for their home in Canada yesterday They had spen tthe winter in St a late arrival of the San Juan. J JI lin i twenty-four hours. A twelve-inch 1 1.. .. .. " .
Petersburg. I I .
I I pipe will carry 1,050,000 gallons in : .
I A : Mr :M. M. Smith went to Jacksonville the same time and a fifteen-inch pipe,!'1- ---- -
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Way, who havea Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. Hyer and son, last night. 1,846,000 gallons. Total discharge! I). A. R. PICNIC PROF. F. A. HATHAWAY AT SUMMER .

home in this city on East South( Master Robert, will leave today for -- capacity, 3,946,000. [ !tI SCHOOL

Street leave today for Glen Elyn, III, the mountains of North Carolina and 1 Mrs. M. E. Limerick went to Jack j! Under ordinary use GO gallons oft The local Chapter of the Daughters -
where they will spend the summer. i Tennessee, where they will spend the sonville yesterday on a visit to rel- water discharged by each person is I *of the American Revolution enjoyed a Prof. F. A. Hathaway, principal of

remainder of the summer. {atives. \liberal allowance. If Orlando was a delightful outing on Saturday at the Duval high school, has received

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Curtis, Mrs. B. t i\ city of 12,000, at this rate only 72,000 j j ji "Glendonjo," the beautiful home of ,, word from W. N. Sheats, State Superintendent
M. Robinson and daughter, Elizabeth Mr. Henry Fifer, of Tacoma, lVas h- Mrs. J. M. Caruthers and children i j gallons would be discharged through i Judge and Mrs. J. M. Cheney. ( of public instruction, no-

go to Daytona Beach today for a j ington, is making investigation as to: went up to Jacksonville last night on i the sewers in twenty-four hours, and The large veranda was appropriate- him of his appointment as ,
week's outing by the sea shore. the farming conditions of Florida an ija I i i; visit to relatives. with present pipes carrying full capacity :. Iy decorated with flags, the green professor of mathematics in the summer "
spend some time looking over a city of 38,880 would be taken vines forming a pretty background. training school at Tallahassee.
i Orange county. I j Mr. and Mrs. G. Winderberg left 1 After the delicious supper prepared This will be the sixth /
Mr. James Knox is having the old i care of; or a city of 16,410 population : summer that
Walton home at the corner of West$; : I i' last night for Brooklyn, N. Y., where would only tax the sewer to half its :,| by the members, many of whom are Prof. Hathaway has been selected to /
Miss :Marjorie Williams, died at the will i famed for their skill in domestic 'assist
and Jackson streets thoroughly overhauled I they remain until fall. capacity. i art, in the work conducted at the /
and remodeled into Orlando Sanitarium Monday morning! Thus it will be many interesting and amusing stories summer training school.
a very after I i seen that Orlando : I I
neat home. a lingering illness covering;' Mr. L. Harrison, claim agent for can go on growing to a city of 30,000!:1 were told, Mrs. F. X. Schuller acting : Prof. Hathaway and family
seven weeks. Her body was shipped' the Seaboard Air Line, is among the if she wishes and her sewer will be I as "toast mistress." ,i 1 1i leave for Tallahassee after the will:; ,
to her former home at Titusville, Pa.1last I visitors in Orlando today. i Those in attendance were: Mrs. of the Duval high iion.
The building on Church street formerly i I ample. This is a sanitary sewer and: school.-Times.Ufi-
night on the midnight train. i I II r I Cheney, Mrs. Dow, :Mrs. Thayer, Mrs. i .
occupied by the Spanish has no connection with surface water t 1'i
restaurant y I I
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Mallory, Mrs. A. B.
Whitman .
near the A. C. L depot is !I :Mrs. J. :M. Cook and daughter, :Mu 1- whatever and is ample to take care : i
being remodeled and cement floors The Board of Public Instruction, II) dred, left last night for Jackson, Ga., of all the sewerage Orlando will want R. Hudson, Mrs. Schuller, Mrs. FOR SALE ,'
will meet in adjourned session Tue |I where will ; Branch, Mrs. Crossley, Mrs. Packard, .
, are being put in the first story. s.I I they spend the next two for the present. : '
day, June 24th to :Mrs. Pillans, Mrs. S. A. Robinson,
consider the a> l weeks with relatives. I Garage tools of all kinds
as good as
Miss Drane and Miss
pointment of teachers and Antoinette
Mr. andIrs.: Harold Baurne to other to attend I]'1---- FOR RENT-Nice newly furnbcd,I i Slemons. }new. One steel crane to lift cars
any matters that may come 1I )Ir. and Mrs. rooms. All conveniences. Near i with,
I from Fort (I R. E. Lee, of Chicago, in. a gasoline tank and pump, one'six
up Myers i
yesterday before it.
Trustees ''
and Supervisors who to permanent parties. $1.50 a weekjup. horse
are Florida motor
on their hone one air
and will spend some time in Orlando. }- pump, one
are requested to send in recommend Brick house, large verandas. 401 NOTICE !
[Mr and :Mrs. Baurne were formerly tions of teachers for their moon, stopped over in Orlando to see West St. Cor South. Phone 578. 6-17-6t ,. steel saw. These tools are worth
schools to their friend $500 but will sell
esidents of this H. Clark Rob- at a sacrifice. Address
city and have many be considered at that meeting.. J. F. 'I The Executive
ertson. Mr. Lee Strauss door i Board of the Civic FRANK DAY,
[friends here. ) represents The open to fortune is through l J
McKinnon Secretary Brothers, the famous | League will meet at the home of Mrs.
tailors. Fla.
Sentinel ads. Try it and find out. j jiMMMMMMMMMMMMMMtHMMMMMM Apopka,
-- ---------------- ,- I Jj. McEwan: on Orange avenue at Local Page173t.
: ten o'clock this It is
-- -- morning. the desire -
.*.,MMMMMMMM<* 111'1."t..e'I"'I""t'I' ;,,,' MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM . . :' of the president that all members
of this
board be there on time. !!
\ All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for
the month of June. Dr. Bennett
Patronize Sentinel advertisers. Phone 227.
I GRAND THEATER L-Page5-26-lni

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Grand Theatre Todays' Program

!! Straw HatsAt


HALF Price


'THE SPLIT NUGGETT" (Drama) .. . . ..Lubin"AN
Pictures Changed Dail)'.
An Indian Story of Interest
$too Hats for-------------------- $2.00

$3.00 Hats for---------___________ $1.50
FIRST SHOW / / 7il5P.M y, 1
: $2.00 Hats for--------___________ $1.00

SECOND SHOW, 8>15 P.M 4 INNOCENT OFFENDER" (Drama) ,\.. . Eclipse. 7


i PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc. I 1

EXTRA (Comedy) . . . . . . .. . ? MEN'S OUTFITTERS

t Home of Hart, Schaffner and Marx GothlflfiHiMiiimiiiiiiMttii

: 4i4+.'. ..'. .Jtt.I .. .I ' ....' ,
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is to have an olttimeFiddlers' Business Boosters (classified adver- :
Apalachicola PORTLAND tisements) received after 10 o'clock i
Convention.The midnight, will be run in the "Too Late
ATLAS I to Classify" column. !/ N ,

term of the Miami High School i Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately
CEMENT 30 words-ont time, 25
will be extended to nine months. cents; three times 50 cents; one week

(six daily and one weekly editions)

Bradentown is laying some 42,000 $1.00; one month, $3.00.
of Trinidad asphalt -
square yards paving :
FOR seven passenger
touring car. Large and roomy. i :: .-V5;
,; 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. 4$
: am State Distributor, maintaining: stocks both in ___ __ /p ii jy ; /)
another first-
Miami is soon to have Tampa and Jacksonville. Have just received in Tampa BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice i;* Myi-9> /. ./fV rr

class women's and men's furnishingsand : 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will suburb in east part of the city. Carl ,

general clothing store. have a schooner load of 13,200 at my Jacksonville agen- ,.Jensen. A Vacation Hint
i 'II ,
about the 20th of this month.
cy I FOR RENT-A small house, also :
Forty-three of the Tampa Y. M. C. :i This is the largest single shipment of cement ever rooms for light house-keeping. Rent ,i + I Before you buy a railroad ticket

A. boys are off on a camping expedi- shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unloading reasonbale. Appl10 Gould St. 14-3t ; for this or that summer resort,

tion at their Deer Lake camp. I : or soon will be, ORDER AT ONCE for ship side I II I L come in and look at our MidSummer f

in I! delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges. OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis. Woolen line and let us make j ja
Tarpon are biting freely now ion to the Northeast of the eity and lP cool Summer Outing Suit for >

the waters around St. Petersburg and "'IREIE: AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICE. DELIVERED I still have some choice lots there. ''I ,I you. ,. y.

big catches are being reported.The TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE.JELK'S Carl Jensen. i.. We make a specialty of Nor-

folks and will be pleased to ,
FOR RENT Five room cottage with ;
Ocala Banner says: "Bryan !I all modern conveniences. Garage E show you a few of our latest ;-L 3.

grape juice and Roosevelt buttermilkare J I for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply ,I models.Men's .J.
:MACON BRICK for all Purposes 'j "
now becoming popular drinks in 515 East street. 5-15 tf "-
cold drink establishments." LEGGS' Pressed and Fancy Brick i' Fashion ,

many I BIBBS' Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, :Mortar and Plaster CHAPMAN HOUSE |: Shop .
Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 : .
It is reported that work on a large : Hand Building
West Central Mrs. M. Mc-
brick building, to be occupied Offices Salesrooms Wharves, avenue. Cor. Church and
two-story : Orange Orlando
Fuller Trackage and Yards Ewan, proprietress. 6-12 1 mo. !' ," .
I /;
by Dunn-Coleman Company, will : Hendry and Knight Terminals i I ,I 'oJ
in ,. : c-
commenced shortly Chipley. :
t FOR SALE-New house and lot ini! -.-=- ,. :.:>, -> ,(\S I I '- '
Colonial Park. $1150 easy pay-:
The Miami real estate board is mak- "IIIIIII IICIIIIIICIOe"'IIIOII..eIIIDIIIO'1111For ments. J. F. SCIIUMAN, :

ing plans for a celebration in honorof (i ____ ____ __n __ __ I Sentinel Office. :(..OIIIIIIIJI'IIIGDIItt II illl 'IIQC

the seventeenth anniversary of the j the first time in the history of He'll Lick the Senate First READ THIS I I .

birth of :Miami and the birth of Greater -; the Pythian lodge in Tampa the three I am offering my stock of groceries ORLANDO

:Miami. lodges of Pythians, Bay, Red Cross ( One war at a time seems to be for sale at reduced prices for cash. I

I and Pythafforas, will join in a cele- President Wilson's program. When !
I Every day is sale day till closed out.
Miami's latest organization is the i bration of the Pythian memorial ddyon he has whipped the tariff grabberswill T. J. SHEPARD. I I'' BUSINESS COLLEGE

Purity League of Miami, organized in I June 15. Judge W. A. Carter will be time enough to attend to Ja T.T.S. every-other-day-tf. I i ,

that city a few days ago by fifty women deliver the principal address and an pan.-Kansas City Star.

representing the principal organizations excellent musical program has been WANTED-To lease unfurnished for j :

of the Magic City. : arranged. j I No Such Luck. not less than one year, six or seven '
i roomed cottage with bath and other : MODERN COURSES IN
conveniences close in. Rent must be
From the Tampa terminals a total j 1 The sixth district Knights of Py, We are not so optimistic as some. '
reasonable. Careful tenants. Best of '
of 18,100 tons of phosphate was ship-; thias will hold their convention in We don't believe Japan wants thePhillipines. references. Homeseeker, care of Sen : Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-

ped to foreign ports Tuesday. This! Jacksonville next week, beginning I .-Topeka Capital. tinel, 15-3t. I poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

is probably the largest one day's shipment Monday. The sixth district embracesthe
i 1 for WANTED-Place to board in : Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,
i Duvat Shanibarger's bicycles and ; pri-
that Baker
in the history of city. counties of Clay,
Sundries. vate family in quiet locality, closein
and Nassau. Hon. W. J. Sears, whois tf Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and air
by two young men. Apply at Pos-
From December 4 to May 31 a total grand chancellor of the Grand I tal Telegraph office, between 12 and 2 Branches of Civil Service.
of 1,770 carloads of produce was Lodge of Florida, will be present and or after 6 p. m. tf :

shipped from Palmetto. The highest !I will deliver an address.
record was for the week of January! I

27 to February 1, when 158 cars went i I The Times-Union of the 11th says: Royals, Fox-both new and slightly I

forward. I I "With an aggregate score of 935, the used, one rebuilt machine and one Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
second hand Underwood.Call .
1'1 team from Company K, First infantry at office and Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
Several young men in Miami have National Guard of Florida, of De- my see bargains
Typewriters Fireproof ates.
formed an investment company, the'I Funiak Springs, yesterday for the
i TAMPA Safes. C. S. McEWAN.
proposed capital being $10,00. The fourth consecutive year, won the fa- iI j Patronize Home Institutions.For .

object of the corporation is to induce -!| mous Tallaferro trophy match on the I 6-13 tf.

the young men of that city to I j rifle range rifle competition, held CAR LOAD OF BANANASJust

save.. their money. i i under auspices of the Florida State THERE IS NOTHINGTOO Received Prices and Terms call on or address:

!I Rifle association." I Large and Small Bunches

The Knights and Ladies of Security, GOOD FORFLORIDIANS
Egyptian onions, egg plants, and 1
a fraternal organiations, is organizing I Ii!i The Pcnsacola News says: "Motor mangoes. Coast Line Depot, east of
ml Bllsilles II
a lodge in Jacksonville. The new
in Pensacola must be D
.i boats operating Church Street. For sale by Geo I [
lodge will start with 100 members,i fully equipped with life-saving appa- I Chick. 12-6t I
numbering them of the I --- !
among some
: ratus, under the provisions of new
leading men and women of that city. :I regulations prescribed by the boardof I! FOR SALE-Large Lot near Methodist -j I THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597
That's the principle we work on
Church. Whole With
supervising inspectors, of the or part.
in the manufacture of POINSETTIA or without dwelling Address or wire.E. HAND BUILDING ORLANDO FLA.
At the annual
meeting of the stock- steamboat inspection service, United I ,
Ice Cream, every ingredient N. Coy, Irondeqfoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf
holders of the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer : States Department of Commerce and
i that into Poinsettia Ice Cream
Company, in Jacksonville, Tuesday, it Labor, copies of which have been re- FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room
was voted to increase the capital : ceived by local Government inspec- I, MUST be THE BEST. Every house; large lot full of fruit trees. I
method used in its manufacture Apply 308, Robinson avenue I
stock of the concern to $500,000. Miss tors."
i MUST bt scientifically sanitary and

",'. the Okle company Painter was to succeed elected here president father of,:, With 29,764 tons of phosphate I i! hygienic. GAS eighteen RANGE by eighteen FOR SALE-High in. Oven and upj i: Sentinel Ads1 ra Advertisers

\ the late lamented E. 0. Painter shipped this week the week was the Labor, expense, trouble and Brailed.Call 207 America Five burner St. cooking 5-27-lm plate. '! .
\, a j seventh this year when the exports of time are not considered in

The Tampa lodge of the Order oft ,: rock hare gone beyond :?,000 tons. the manufacture of PQIK- EVERY BODY'S DOUG IT \

Moose has bought a home in that city: product is worth in the neighborhood SETTIA Ice Cream. Automobiling, we are open for dates :,

and will fit up a ncmfwyshrdluvbg': At $6 a ton, the average value, the I picnic parties, or a crowd for an
and will fit it up for a lodge room of $180,000. The phosphate elevators FOR SALE BY evening drive. Call 360 or ask for I

The house is said to be a large one I have been busy night and day for the f j C. W. Willsey, Careful!_driver. 5-13-tf: I i

and is most conveniently located for last month, the lower rates of cargoes -

this purpose. The Tampa lodge which I having resulted in a great move-I v. W. fSTFS & CO FOR RENT '
Nice furnished. Convenient
large rooms, Take Ue r arnil and Go i
though half organized has less than than a year anda : ment of the product.-Tampa note in I ORLANDO FLA. for business people, also light e e o Camping I

more 400 membersand Times-Union. i house keeping. Delightful location

is' one of the largest lodges in II t with or without board. Terms very Spend the summer on one of the numerous lakes on ;

that city I Subscribe for the Sentinel. No.2
reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-
1 the Beach. Now is time to buy
I tinel office. 5-22 tf ; : your ,

1 Money to loan on improved property -


GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA AND .BUILDERS LOST-Black ribbon watch fob with i CAMP: STOOLS . . . . . . 25

I -- gold linotype matrix as charm. In- CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . $1.50
I itials, "H. M. W." engraved on side.
We will sell you all your building

I material at JOBBERS or better than Finder return to Sentinel and receive CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
Regular DownpourOF reward.
JOBBERS prices. We are satisfied
I cots and everything to camping.
: with a legitimate profit and are willing GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections Camp go

at about one-third less than us-
that you should have the
I Full line in stock. I.,
mans profit. Our stock is complete, ual list prices.
& SONS 6 E. Church
We carry every thing and make prompt
shipments. AH poods; guaranteed as street. !


This is to notify the public that my I

DYE LUMBER COMPANY wife, Mary J. Reynolds, having left:

: By securing your personal I my bed and board, and not living as!
my wife, I refuse to become respon-
needs now, you can make more P. 0. Box F493 I .1111111..
sible for any debts she may make or ,

clear money than by any day'swork iMMMIMtmimtMIHtNOTICE No.3 ito be liable in any manner for her

f I de'bts. ,
you have ever done Every I WILLIAM REYNOLDS.
thing in our store is being sold 1 In Circuit County.Court Florida.7th Judicial Circuit Orange 14-6t.

1!. Godina M. Land.
at a sacrifice. vs. Divorce.M. Shanibarger's for bicycles and
H. Land. tf SJECI.A.LS1illi:
To M. H. Land Sundries.
Be and visit store. It
sure our i It appears from the affidavit of Godina M.
'Land. herein duly filed that she is the complainant FOR SALE-Rubber Stamp Outfit.
will eventually pay you. Remember ', in the above entitled cause; that the
defendant is a resident of Orlando, Orange Address R. S. Sentinel office.
I County Florida but that he has been absent
lookers ate welcomed as po- I than sixty this
more days next preceeding
date; that there is no person in the State of i NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS
litely as buyers. 1 Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom : for the 7S1 Silt 4
would bind said defendant; and that the de- Bids will be received overhauling [ t
fendant is over the age of twenty-one years. I and construction of rooms in
You are therefore ordered to appear to this
-- -- -- --- Bill on Monday, the first day of September.A. 'the Court House for jury quarters.Plans .
D., 1913, the of
same being a Rule Day
this CourtIt and specifications will be on file

is further ordered that this notice be, in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
Brown & published for eight consecutive weeks, in the
Lartigue South Florida Sentinel a newspaper publishedin Court. Bids will be received up
Orange County. Florida. of the Board of Coun- MISSES HAMILTON & DUNN
I Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Cir- to the meeting
i I cuit Court and the seal thereof, this the 14th Commissioners on the First Mon
1 day of June A. D. 1913.B. ty 3
}. Men's and Boys' Outfitters M. ROBINSON, Clerk.' day in July. for Corsets
I Barclay
SEAL i By M. A. Howard D. C I By order of County Commissioners. I \ Agents t

a Attorneys for Complainant

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best States That judged is the not government by invulnerable the view of our the may friends United be'i' ORLANDO O BANK K & TRUST I COMPANY 4 fI LUCERNE l [ R [ I TUEATER[ \ [

take of us. Perhaps none are better

qualified to judge us than England' Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total M HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES
and no representative of England
better fitted for the taks of passing,, Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
upon the workings of the government :
machinery of the United States than: I Statement of the Orlanio Bank any PROGRAM TODAY"OIL
__ _
Hon. James Bryce who is his hiStory -, ; '".-r'a.J. ..... I I Trait Co, at Cole of Bosinen
says: i' 1 ;3 ..i-. ON TROUBLED WATERS" American FeatureA
"Had Canada or Mexico grown to I b :.h ;..,::.t ,i April Hth Ittt-The Sercitk
be a great power, had France not sold k r 0" :$ ,' ,i, .or..:)w.. Auirerury of f charming story illustrating how a miserly uncle
Louisiana, or had England, rooted on \. .4 ;;.... ;; r". '; gave the bride a Bowery of "Barren Beach" property and
the American continent, become a mil- ;i. :.r IU Existence how dame fortune vitalized the rocky coast of Californiawith
-'Ji' F44tt .,.;:,:,., .
itary despotism, the United States (. : ',' : t'" magic oil. Told in two reels. Remember this is a
... ..
-- iI' ,. '1. .... A" reel
could not endulge the easy optimism I I iVfi Ii "Flying made by the American Motion PictureCo.
which makes them tolerate the faultsof .!,.. ., r? ,-..: '".. RESOURCES ., leading the world in photography and supreme acting -
their government. As it is, that I I ii "?:-" {-' .:}'f.t.. Don't miss it.
.. ::: ". -1 Lotnj and Discount......$ass,t97.81
which might prove to our European :I, #,. ";I"l'i::: '.. ,t::?,. .. Overdraft .............. 922J2 "BROTHERS ALL" . . . . .,. . Excelsior
state a mortal disease is here noth- ... .. i Real Estate, Furnftortud \
ing more than a teasing ailment. ',t.'f '.', A powerful strong dramatic subject of appealing in-
I ;'; :.. Fixtures .......... 15,853.44 terest to all
"Since the war of secession ended, I 'i1 j[ ) portraying how a good minister conquers a
f ,. r I Stocks and Bonds ........ 26.018.S3Cash
I I \. I II village bully. Very, verc interesting
has arisen either \
no serious danger I E f-:, y7 "'''' : on hand and in Banks 336267.61
from within or from without to alarm', 4 .
trans-atlantic statesmen. Social con-I I_ s ; Total ................'189,280.01I Note the many fine pictures for this week's program.
vulsions from within, were like as-I i Wednesday.-"Brothers" Drama '
saults from without, seem now as LIABILITIES
.l Thursday.-"Way of Mother" two reels, Drama.
unlikely to try the fabrics of the i, : i 41E Capital Stock ...........$100,000.00Surplus Friday."II uman Kindness" Drama.
American constitution, as an earth- mow
quake to rend the walls of the capi-- : + A yI ; ?ir and Uidirided Saturday.-"Fishy Affair of the Bingville Police""LUCERNE
eat $ r } Profits ................ 24.14U5
tol. This is why the Americans sub- Deposits ................ 6tt.115.II "
mit, not merely patiently, but hope- "
the Theater of refinement and wholesome ;
fully, to the defects of their govern I Total ................'789.% .oa I amusement. Everybody and their friend can be
ment. The vessel may not be any ; found at the "Lucerne" every evening. "Whj not \ou,"
better built, or found; or rigged than The Theater (fat fe aS D>s inciting
are those which carry the fortunes of '- .
Depoiita April l lS... I I
ifo\ reak> nations ol Europe. She'{ .J59,815.U
certainly) is not better navigated. But I i --- Deposit April 15, 1913... 8W,115JIJ ; 'DON'T MISS T-0 DAY'S PROGRAM" : :

for the present at least, it may not i I Uiittt Glitt Government, State and Coaatj Depelteq Incnue la 12 days ......S.12,2UJI I G i" G 1 Hi I H 1' ; I't 11111111'111111'111'1" ""
always be so-she sails upon sum- J

mer seas." I 1... 'P'1II'W' 0 ..-Jt.. .._ o 0 '!'W. H .-.: ';" .., ..

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An Ohio Exchange says: "There is '
to be opened soon a "battle abbey' in

the city of Richmond, Va., commemo- W.M.SLEMONSBecause
rating the deeds of the men who Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH j
fought in gray, and someone has sug-
Grand ----------------
gested inviting the Army vet- -
erans to attend the opening;,an unfortunate AND SALT MEATS
summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We
suggestion, as it seems, for
it has aroused protests throughoutthe carry a large stock of desirable goods. I FISH AND GAME
"But Southern sentiment in this WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GING- Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

matter ought to be thorouhgly re- HAMS, RATINE, SILKS, SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.We .
spected. There is nothing dishonor- Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
able in it. On the contrary, it is and pure.
highly honorable. The veneration and 300.

which everybody, young and old rich Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

and poor, throughout the South feels WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.
for the men who wore the gray and
fought for the "lost cause," is touch- RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety. ,

ing and beautiful. The people of the We carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKET
North know comparatively little of
what the war was, save from their
reading. To the South it was the i H. M. Self & Co.
grimmest of realities. Thousands of Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON

Northerners made money out of the HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It .
war, but no Southerner did. When !
is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price.
the war was over, the rich men of the i
South were poor. Everybody was
: Phone No. 80
poor, But the war left the Southern i
people rich in memories, and these i
memories still remain, and doubtless W. M. SLEMONS MIIMMHtlHtMIMMMMHtiaMHillHHMIIillMfrLIGHT
will remain so long as the Southern I

blood remains uncorrupted.There ,
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is no feeling of animosity,;+." ,.1,111111111111111111111111,11111..11..111111111IGO.IOIIII IIIII.I.I. S
however the of those who I THE
on part -- ::1
wore the gray toward those who wore +11".1.11111111.11111111111111..11.11111111.111111111111.1. ,1.

the the policy blue. of There reconstruction is resentment, but none over tll i! PATH TO PROSPERITY I,

over the war itself. There is quite as i :IF YOU WANT THE LATEST! ""j
much loyalty to the Union in the I c
South today as there is in the North. t: IN i 1 Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose c c

Every Southerner knows that condit I I It 1 their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- {f l
ions have changed and is reconciledto
the change. The regrets over the : THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new ,

parst are ample and they live in the HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR I customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts jc

present. DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B SALO- II } like an irresistible magnet drawing all the

BEAUTIFUL trade within its reach: That is the reason
I thyFor y command the attention of buyers.
While all the monuments, tombs I
and graves of Confederate soldiers : Ii Every Store Owner f fNo .

buried in Stonewall Cemetery were Salomon
B. Orlando
very tastefully decorated with flow-i r matter how small his business, the Elec- c

ers, evergreen and Confederate flags'on fl'j t tric Sign is the cheapest and most effectiveadvertising.
memorial day, June 6, the vast'! I I.
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number of people who went to the|I. ; .
cemetery later in the day to get at;] --- j :a Phone for our Sign Designer to call and submit
good view of the decorations were I . ., j o '
a sketch.
unanimous in the opinion that the; WELCOME TO I f.Ij
Florida monument and graves were I WE OFFER YOU : Ij No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.

the most attractive of all the states ROYAL PALM I I

represented in the cemetery.As r THE HOST THE IC
announced recently by The OF BEST

Star, the Pensacola (Fla.) chapter: BARBER SHOP I ORLANDO WATER LIGHT b CO.COOK R I Ii

of the United sent Daughters a generous of check the Confederacy to- \: Modern and Complete. For the Least- :.. ITH&

Mrs. W. S. Love, requesting her to; I Everything new, individual \ GAS
use the money for the purpose of' electric attachments at every .
buying flowers for the Florida ; chair. No stone has been left TenderJuieylVIeats : i }}ry + !+ bM A+fbrM l9'+ M A Attifi+f Ij MA9+M l l 4
shaft, that having been the custom unturned to make this shop ( _n -
of the Pensacola ladies for a number I meet th erequirements of the :
of years past most particular. Plenty of You can always depend on getting the best at our : Subscribe For The Sentinel

Mrs. Love procured a very large' room. Courteous attendants. I market, and you will find there is wonderful differ-
floral wreath, half of which consisted :
ELIJAH WHJTEHE, I : cacc la m( (s.. :
of ascension titles and p&ta&while (
Pro ridor.
the other half was made of ted\ -- :
carnations and ferns. The wreathwas Orange Are., Orlando,, Fla.I I ii REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER
one of the largest ever seen in COART&P1GUEI
Stonewall Cemetery, and everyone I
." who visited the cemetery during the GOING AWAY? | BOONE STREET Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
afternoon of June 6 made the Florida -( ORLANDO, FLA. "'
H 1-2 day 1.50
lot their objective point. The dec If so, don't forget to have the Daily I i I
orations on the graves were also Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto I i PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50
beautiful and evoked much praise.- your summer home. Xo extra:I "

Evening Star, Winchester, Va. charge. miiMmmimmmiimniimiiiimimimiiRead 1-2---day... ....-.-- 2.50

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MMIIIIiMHUillMlililllllMIHMIMIHIiiillllilLouis WEST VIRGINIA GOLDEN. JUBILEE -) ,I :nunnuunuunnInInllnnnuunimnunnuunuuijj

C. Massey, President.T. I
Special to the Sentinel.

Picton Wallow Vkc.Pm. 8. WiUn How. Cukitr Wheeling, W. Va., June 16.-The '
Howard C. Babcock An't Cubler Samuel A.Newell,Au't Cukkr jubilee celebration of West Virginia's
fiftieth birthday was ushered in today :

when President Wilson at the White < i

THESTATE Hous in Washington pressed a button ,
which in this city released 1,00 car i What is the

rier pigeons, 4,000 toy balloons bear- ,
ing passes of admission to all amuse- '

BANKof ments. Also, as the President disengaged -i
I himself for a moment from )I CHRISTMAS SAVING
affairs of state and pressed the tiny |

electric button, a bell rang before the j'

speakerr's stand, there was a flashof I'
OrlandoTHE light and the signal was simul- CLUB ?

taneously flashed by the pressure of !
I _
the President's fingers to the capitols ,

of Penns'lvaniaIaryland, Ohio and
I Merely a number ol people \\110 arrange to systematicallysave
I had been a dead hush in the j

I throng that assembled before the I certain odd pennies each week with the positive assurance

I speakers stand where sat Governor that they \\ill receive a check luo ueeks before
II. D. Hatfield and
many prominent
which transacts business than
The Bank more
I West Virginians who are to take Christmas lor every penny they have sa\ed.

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa I part in the ceremonies. Many men !

I held watches in their hands. SudI I
-- ....
I denly came the ring of the bell, the !
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up I! flare of the light and the release of .

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound 'I Governor I You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up. .

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- I the stand, leaned forward and plucked j|

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis I a flower from a huge boquet in the The 2 cents the first m 11 r]) YJ) .

reuected in the large amount of deposits. midst of which had appeared the light week J1. }
"cljiib" nets I..pI -
flashed by the President from Wash- you Ol
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 ington.

Preceeding the official opening of

the celebration by the President there
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. I were speeches of welcome to the

itors by Governor Hatfield and \"is-I IT WORTH WHILE .
Tomorrow there are to be floral pa-

rades and baby pageants, followed in
Our correspondent banks are located in every part of the evening by spectacles of various

J the world and include some of the largest Banks in the sorts among which is the firing of a Call at the Christmas Savings Club \\indow and let us explain it more fully,

building filled with fire works, the better still
J United States. or join some club now.
flames to be extinguished by the

Wheeling Fire Department while

IIMiilHIMMiMMMiMllinMIIIIMIIIIIIIIilffJ thrilling "rescues" are performed.The .

celebration is to last for sev-
KISSIMMEE TO .MIAMI TO REDUCE HIGH COST OF eral days. On Thursday there are to
LIVING The Peoples National
be industrial, military and G. A. R. I Bank"It
Miami, June 16.-From Kissimmeeto
parades. Friday is West Virginia'sgrand
Miami by canoe with three paddlesas New York, June 16.-The world do
jubilee day, when the actual"birthday"
the only means of locomotion is move! In one of the New York is a pleasure to serve you." ;
will be celebrated. Thereis
a stunt that three college men from papers last Sunday appeared the following -
to be a children's parade, an educational
Rollins believe has never been accomplished :
exhibit, speeches by Governor -
before. The young men 'I' "Plans were announced yesterdayfor Hatfield, the Mayor of Wheelingand iiiiii i rcwmvi'., ."iaK
,wtre A. Landstrrct, son of G. F. I an organized movement againstthe
others and the reading of the
LanJtreet of this citYi H.! Twitchell I high cost of living through the prize poem, dedicated to West Vir- IlilMIMHMIIIMMMIMmiMIIMMIMillH .+fHMimiftitlMiilhiim
and D. 0. Wetherall, whom ..Miamitnswill National Co-Operative Co., which obtained -
ginia. Saturday is Mardi Gras day,
remember as a member of the j i a charter in Delaware on May
with fantastic
parades at night by
male which !, 18 for a $50,000,000 corporation.
Rollins College quartet I clubs and orders of the city.
ftjth the glee club gave a concert here 1 I "A board of directors will be ap-

last winter. pointed tomorrow at tho company's
They left Kissimmee on the last offices in the Woolwqrtft building. TRACE CONGRESSSpecial repe

flay of May, having shipped their cant -i They will be chosen by a supervisory -

from Winter Park by rail. They committee consisting pf Juh.n 0, to the Sentinel.

found good going as far as LakeQ'kHChQbee Crimmins, Co!. G. N Whiter, I'rl=I .
June 1&-Wlttl( '
but there some rough dent of the Army and Navy Club; the can women scheduled to play Amp-rl-\\2 -v
>ntered, forcing Rev. Dr. Charles H. Parkhurst 0
ttCO( -
weather was t I I portant part the Intrnational W Glna.1
them to skirt the shore closely, and to I I L. 11. Healey of the Connecticut its second

do their traveling by night. They car-:[l State Board of Agriculture; N. P. session Suffrage here Congress today.opened Most of this The most up to date Fabric for this j

ried 250 pounds of baggage and the i Hull, president of the American morning was taken up by a formal

canoe weighed 85 pounds, which, with I Dairy Farmers' Assn., and J. Arthur business meeting following which the
Season. In all] the newest shades
the weight of the three men, amounted 1 Sherwood, master of the Connecticut delegates departed upon a carriagetour I

to 750 pounds. State Grange. of Budapest.

"The declared objects of the company There is no doubt but that the for afternoon and evening wear
: whose stock will be offered for I I'I'
10CHULCOTA cause of Woman suffrage is increasing ,
popular subscription-5,000,000 sharesat in strength of numbers and is .

J. Tilden Jacobs, of Chuluotawas 'I' $10-will be to retail meats and spreading to every corner of the

in Orlando yesterday for the first I, farm products in its own shops in world. "

time since the legislature moved him the large cities, cutting out the prof- Almost every country on the globeis I SPECIAL THE REST OF THIS WEEK
Just the same its of middlemen; to establish cold r
into Seminole County. represented by delegates. Besidesall
we were glad to see Mr. Jacobs and storage plants, abbatoirs, and can- of Europe, Canada and the United
the of his country. 'ning factories, in order to keep an
hear of prosperity States, the Orient is represented by
ire says Chuluota will have a big,I even supply of products for members delegates from China, India and, Per-
f July celebration and a basket ; and to distribute profits among
fourth ? 1 sia. Brazil and the Argentine -
dinner_ at the old picnic grounds shareholders and employees."It have delegates and women 38-Inches Wide

and in the afternoon an excursion' will take eight months to build I from far off Australia are in attendance. _

om the new East Coast! railroad to packing plants, but three are now i

Whitney. Mr. Jacobs says many new ( available. The plan is to have lOrt\ The program for the rest of the

settlers are coming into the commun- cold storage houses, 3,000 electric I i week, until the closing of the convention ; Usually sold

ity and every thing is booming. motor vans and 2,000 retail shops, in I on Saturday night, includes seven for$1.00perYardI

I addition to the abbatoirs and canning I I business meetings, several open I

START WALK TO FRISCO factories. It will have two thousand meetings, at which prominent speakers -

refrigerator cars and two thou- on Woman Suffrage will appear,'
Newport, R. I., June 16.-Sergeants sand livestock cars. Cost of the plantis
trips around Budapest,
*Louis A. Mohr, of the One Hundred estimated at $23,000,000, and working and a farewell dinner on Friday even-

and Guard Karl Ninth of Rittman Rhode Coast Island,Artillery of ,the started Companyand National from capital stockholders is figured may at control$22,000,000."No more. ing.meeting Pprobably will take the place most on interesting Wednesday r FOR TIII WEEK OILY :

than 1,000 shares or be entitled to night, when speakers from the
Newport yesterday on a walk to San more than one vote, regardless of states, where the ballot for women
Francisco. The men are clad in mili-
holdings. There will be no'proxy I has already been won, will deliver
tary khaki, and will speak in many voting. Earnings will be first appliedto dresses. The meeting is open to the

towns and cities in an endeavor to dividends at 7 per cent; 15 per public and a large attendance is ex- Yard 49c

arouse militia interest service.in the It coast is expectedthat artilleryand to cent employes of the surplus in proportion remaining to will their go pected. for The Woman International Suffrage is Men'sLeague holding !: 49c -Per -

the will be on the road a !
wages: one-half of the surplus remaining \ its convention here, coincident ,:

year. to shareholders pro rata; with the woman's convention. The I, ,
the balance among all shareholdersalike. I men will hold a public meeting on f
WF.ISLANDEU GETS TROPHY Thursday evening, in which the women -,

Stockholm Sweden, June 16.-At "\Y. W. Brauer, a cattle exporter, I will participate. Sir John Cock- N. P. YOWELLThe H

the conclusion of an athletic meet in who is promoting the company, says burn of England, is chairman of the

stadium Saturday the King bestowedthe that the grangers will support it, Men's League/ and will preside at the
trophy won by James Thorpe, the as it promises that business men and meetings.

Carlisle Indian, in the decthalon in, many consumers have signified their

the Olympic games on Weislander t approval of it, on account of its pros- ANNAPOLIS MILITARY ACADEMYThe Big White Store
Sweden, who finished second. C. Lonv- pective benefits to the market basket -

berg awarded second and third places I ." 1 1I I 11 Annapolis Md., Capital says

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the flag. In 1912 for the first time and that they are coming to take out

the United States rose to second placein Sentinel will be mailed upon the midshipmen of the first and sec- i New York, June 16.-James Power two reel Bison Feature. Practically new Rambler
the foreign trade of Italy, passing request to any subscriber temporarily ond classes for their annual sum- I of the Boston Athletic Association, "In Redman's Country" Western In- bile with
leaving the city, and the address will equipped Presto lights, top, .
Great Britain and running second mer cruise. This trip will cover national junior champion miler, defeated dian drama. curtains, windshield,
be changed often as desired. In requesting speedometer,
only to Germany. An increase of as many miles of ocean travel and will Abel Kiviat, Irish-American "The Purchase Price" Nestor clock
bumper, wheel
both spare with extra
change always
nearly $20,000,000 in sales to Italy in a require about sixty days to completeit. Athletic Club, in the "Mayo mile" run An interesting mining play. tire, tube and complete
set tools and
the old and the address. Writeor
a single year and a credit balance of new It is a trip full of interest and at Celtic Park Saturday. Time 4:21- Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. Ad- accessories.Also .
the circulation
$53,000,000 help to balance the out- telephone depart instruction. Mr. and Mrs. J. Van- 2-5. mission five cents to all.
Phone No. 21. has auto trunk with suit
ment. two
sent home. of this have in
flow of Italian wages Buskirk, city a son
cases for touring. Reason .
the class who makes this trip and Lucerne Theatre today-"Oil on Men will be generous; they will for selling
Lucerne Theatre today-"Oil on Lucerne Theatre today-"Oil on they naturally follow the maneuvers .Troubled Waters." A powerful dramatic give women the ballot if the back have no further use for car
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