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 18, 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: UF00087112:00042
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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

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Atlanta, Ga., June 17.-Dave S. Special to the Sentinel. !, New York, June 17.-Karl Hutter, i. Special to the Sentinel I i j Savannah, Ga., June 17.-The remains Smxial to the Sentinel.

Yancey, special deputy attached to'!' Tampa, Fla., June 17-Every booster i a millionaire inventor prominent Washington, D. C., June 17.-The : of Mrs. Kate Whisnant, the Chicago, Ill., June 17.-While Lake

the sheriff's office and the criminal is safe in Tampa at a little after '\ among the German-Americans of New : existence of an organized sugar lobby j young woman who late yesterdya afternoon Michigan breezes broke the heat wave

division of the city court, was stabbedto seven o'clock. Stops were made at ; York, committed suicide yesterday of prodigious: activity and cover-j j killed herself after murder-' i in this city today, there was little relief -

death about noon yesterday by Eu- Kissimmee, Davenport, Florence ViIi i I afternoon in the bathroom of his luxuriously ing the entire country was revealed i iI ?I ing Dr. Guy 0. Brinkley, were carried throughout the West and Southwest
gene Watson, a negro whom he was la; Lucerne, Winter Haven, Bartow, ,:, appointed bachelor apartments j by the undisputable evidence obtain- to Slyvania, Ga., for interment. She I r according to advice* received

seeking to arrest for snatching an- Lakeland and Plant City. The crowd 1 j at No. 116 West Fiftyninthstreet t ed today by the Senate lobby inquiry j' came from Sylvania to Savannah several ]here tonight. Two persons died from

other negro's pocket book. was somewhat hungry at Bartow; a (Central Park South). He committee when it seized and began I years ago. The funeral of Dr. ]heat prostrations in Chicago today.

Yancey met his death after a long little weary at Lakeland, where a clubhouse meant to make sure of death. Clad i in i reading hundreds of letters relating i I I Brinkley will take place in Suffolk, St. Louis reported the hottest June

chase and a hard fight with the ne- quite handsome and well supplied 1 his pajamas, he stretched himself at t to business and political secrets of |I Va., the body leaving here this af- 17th in forty years.

gro, who was later desperately wound- was visited. At Plant City, the 1 full length in the tub filled nearly t o'': the United States beet sugar ihdus- ternoon. The identity the woman Four prostrations occurred in Kan-

after battle crowd was altogether dry. j the brim with water and then shot -.
ed and finally captured a tr\-. i i who went with Mrs. Whisnant to the sas City. High
with the city police. Barring the giving out of the lungsin 1 himself in the right temple. He died These letters, sixty-nine of which i home of Dr. Brinkley, where he was through Kansas and Oklaho are reported

Watson was on the corner of i two or three of the machines, the instantly. But if the bullet had not were read into records, hurriedly, under 1 shot, has been discovered, but she has

Whitehall and Forsyth streets, when 1 loss of which was made up by Mr. sufficed, he evidently figured that, i ii fear that the committee might be ( convinced the authorities that when ma.Stock and crops are suffering

he snatched a purse containing $4.55 I Chas. Rock, pushing one of the cars i wounded and helpless, his head would injured, showed that a continental I she went to the home she had no idea from lack of moisture. Throughout greatly

from Jesse Winn, another negro. 1 from Davenport to Haines City;, be submerged and the work of the campaign to obtain control of the (! of the intentions of her companion. the Northwest, -

Winn gave chase, yelling "stop thief." i everybody i is happy. bullet completed by drowning. newspaper, Associated Press and oth That Mrs. Whisnant had determined tinued normal. The temperatures Central North.con-

A number of white people joinedin Pine Castle and Davenport were :|, His head was under water, as was er sources publicated, is in progress. before she left home yesterday to ern States sweltered throughout thee *

the chase after the thief, and i about the only places that did not the hand holding a magazine pistol, That the lobby has fingers on the kill Dr. Brinkley was shown by th t day. The temperatures

among them was Yancey, who outdistanced show enthusiasm for the boosters and!i when Mary Forstitf, a trained nurse pulse of every member of Congress finding in her bed room of a note addressed high as 96 in Indianapolis.ranging as

the other Yan they did not to know what | in his employ, entered the I
pursuers. seem it apartment and that sums of money, larger than I to her mother. In this note -

cey fired twice at the negro and I was all about at 5:30: o'clock and found him. has been maintained in previous testimony I she stated that something dreadful 1 I Six Dead In Cincy.

wounded him in the leg. There is no doubt that the most 'i i' Hutter had suffered for a long were available under the assessment was about to happen and besought t Cincinnati, Ohio, June 17.Six:

After .a chase through back yards direct route and the most impressive, time from a complication of ailments. levied against the beet sugar her mother's forgiveness. On the bed are dead and a persons -

and over fences, the negro crawled 1 for beauty from Jacksonville and Or- His physician, Dr. Norbert Stadmuel- factories. Many letters reveal in the room were also found the unused ill from prostrations score result critically of the

under a house in the rear of 303 Raw lando to Tampa is the route taken today ler, of No. 132: East Sixtieth street,, only one phase of the great campaign portion of the box of cartridgeswith intense heat wave here.as The

son street. by the boosters. All the variety went to Europe about two weeks ago ; to control the press. I which she had loaded the automatic imum was 102. Intense max-

Yancey yelled at him to come out of tree, flower, lake, grove and plant' and left his patient in the care of Dr. i Placed together, they expose one revolver with which the shooting vails, especially in tenements sufftringpre-

and surrender. The negro .did come to be found in Florida is along thi sfirst Otto Hensel of No. 106 East Eighty of the most elaborate plans to control 1 was done.or' : added to the seriousness of the and sit-

out, but not to surender. route. street. the either (
money, } uation. A strike of ice drivers
The deputy was leaning over looking No matter what may be said of the To this physician Mr. Huetter had I persuasion. Letters were obtained by i AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCI- : is threatened tomorrow.wagon

at the man as he crawled towards roads, a great state highway is des- given no sign of great discourage the committee under the subpoena ATION MEET ,

him, but did not see, evidently, tined from Jacksonville to Tampa ment, but for the last two or three :' duces tecum, served upon Harry Austin NOT AS BAD AS REPORTED.
the knife in his hand. Before Mr. via Orlando. when his chauffeur
days, called with clerk employed by Trueman G. Special to the Sentinel

Yancey raised up from his stooping The traveling over such a road reveals : his car, the inventor had refused to Palmer in charge of the Washingtonsugar Minneapolis, Minn., June 17.-The Special to the Sentinel-

posture, the negro had commenced the glory of this great coup | take his daily airing. Yesterday his lobbyists who have been on the Sixty-Fourth Annual Session of the I Mobile, Ala -une 17.-On board

stabbing him. try. nurse urged him to do so, but he refused ':, witness stand, listened to the reading American Medical Association opened the Leland Line steamer, Asian, ly-
The keen blade slashed across the, We expect to get away from Tampa I and told her she must go on a of letters. He was highly incensed this morning with the first meetingof ing at quarantine in the lower bay

deputy's neck twice, and then the negro at seven o'clock tomorrow morning .t!|I good long drive. i declaring their constitutional rights,I(II the House of Delegates at 10 here, are thirty-five passengers most-;

stabbed him in the heart. As for St. Petersburg, stopping en- j were being violated.CONVENTION o'clock in the library of the Engineering rly women and children, refugees from

Yancey was toppling to the ground, route at Tarpon Springs, Clearwater,; NEARING TIlE END I, Building of the University of Campeche and Tampico, Mexico, who

the negro's knife was raked across Anclote and Dunedin. I OF NATIONAL'1 Minnesota. Dr. Abraham Jacobi>i, will be released Thursday despite

his stomach, making another fatal The business men of Tampa gavethe : ;;Special to The Sentinel. I PRESS ASSOCIATION I Ii New York, President of the Association denials on the part of official, of the

wound. Orlando boosters an elegant courseie 'I i;! Washington, June 17.-Senator i ---- I: called the delegates to order. Mexican Government that the conditions

When Yancey sank dying on dinner a la Spanish style in 1'bogSimmons, Chairman of the Senate! i Special to the Sentinel.p ). i i After the report of the Committee on in Tampico and other of-
ground, his slayer picked up his re City tonight. | Finance Committee, today speeded u I parts
: Colorado Springs, June 17.-Editors Credentials and the organization of Mexico are not so bad.
volver. Only two chambers are said j work on revising the tariff bill so that
|: the House the of officers for
from all parts of the country are i reports Refugees continqe to into this
to have been emptied at that time.With CONVENTION OF !i the measure could be eriven to the I the pour
NATIONAL AS. here in attendance at the twentv-, past year werre presented. country from that place and other
the revolver in one hand and SOCIATIOX OF CREDIT Democratic caucus this week, according The
MEN theN of the Dr.)
ninth annual convention of report Secretary, lexico nnints "The rnncJitinm.. ... .. : .in..
the bloody knife in the other, and i( to schedule. There yet remains } tional Press Association of America,:I I Alex R. Craig, Chicago, showed that Mexico are unsettled--- but
very ,
blood pouring from the wound in his Special to the Sentinel j for consideration by the Democratic I ) the membership had increased theyare
which held its duringthe
opening session this ; not as bad as have
leg Watson started his flight. At no Cincinnati June majority of the committee the entire i been'reported
17.The eighteenth i from : "
past 31,283 27,913,
morning at the rooms of the Colorado i said L G. Kellogg, of New York.
time did he try the streets, but kept annual convention of the National administration and income tax amendments Springs Chamber of Commerce. After j while the membership of the fifty-
running through back yards, hurd- Association of to the Underwood bit I!I |
Credit men, opened the formal opening, in which the 1! two constituent state associations had. SUFFRAGETTES TO HIKE :AGAIN
ling fences, until he arrived at the i its four These sections of the boill contain
days' session
this morning: i Mayor| of the city extended a hearty ;i i increased' from 70,021 last year to'i -
corner of Windsor street and Woodward i in the Theater the most knotting problems which
Lyric with
addresses i 70,538. There
!j i welcome to the delegates, there were j are 2,001 componentcounty : New York, June 17.-Woman suffragists -
avenue, where he crawled undera of welcome by Governor James M.i the conference committee has to wres- societies in
two addresses by prominent organized 2,961
women | undaunted the
vacant house. (Cox, Henry T. Hunt tie. The committee today tok the !'I summer
Mayor of Cincinnati up
editors. Mrs. L R. Eastwood, of the I i I counties in the United State. weather, are laying plans for another
Two white boys came just at Walter J. sundry list. The conference committee '
up ; Draper, :
president ;; reporting the routine business of
|' I S. D., Herald spoke on great march the
the end of the struggle and hurled of the Cincinnati Chamber of also turned their attention to the upon national cap-
Commerce |
i| .: "Laws that Club the Press" and Mrs. ,, the Association for the past year, \ital.\ The start from New York will
rocks at the fleeing negro, but were and Samuel incomplete portions of the free list '
Meyer, president of the Secretary that the medical -
: reported
Juliet V. Strauss, country contributor be made on about
August 1 when
unable to follow him to the hiding I the Cincinnati Association of Credit and old clauses in wool, sugar and 1 '
association of Porto Rico had
the Indies' -
: to Home Journal, gave an petitioned the] suffragists from other
place. 1 Men. metal schedules which I many partsof
yet remain
j j I interesting dissertation on "A Wo- ,, the House of Delegates forecognition the country wil bear down
The city police calledto The for consideration. upon
were quickly remanider of the (open
morning ses- constituent branch of
I man's Experience in Journalism. i iI. j j'j. as a Washington to drive to a victorious
scene and they traced the ne- :sion was consumed the
by reading of'' .: *the American Medical Association.
I. This afternoon the country weekly. finish the recent favorable ol
gro by the stories of the frightenedwomen various reports. I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG !I II I I report
j I department is in session and topics: !i ijof < the: Senate committee on suffrage. A
who had seen the man, The LEAGUES
gun remaining business sessions to CIVIL mr.nTSCT NULL AND
: particular interest to the number of .
I country members of the Men's: League
\ :
and knife in hand, running through i be held at the Hotel Sinton will begiven I VOID
i 'I weekly papers are under discussion. for Equal Suffrage have
their )'ards.The over to the order of Business Special to the Sentinelational I already
The daily paper department is alsoj agreed to join in the
police found little blood where and pilgrimage.
a addresses +
( and discussions
upon! I ; June 16. The
holding a special session in other J Washington, -
the negro had gone under the house the various phases of the work of| Pittsburg, 0; Boston, 1. rooms, where the phases entering int !> ]rights act" of 1875, held unconstituI BUBONIC PLAGUE IN HAITI

When they could not find that he credit men. The delegates assembled ; Chicago, 4; Philadelphia, 0. the make-up of a daily paper are receiving I I tional as to the states many years ago

had left the house, the place was sur here represent firms of all descriptions -; Cincinnati, 2; New York 6. I in a series of famous decisions -
attention by the editors ofp; was Port Prince
au Hayti June
17. An
rounded. -
in eerSfftion of the United St. Louis, 3; Brooklyn, 8. | the dailsheets.. today 1 declared by the Supreme Court of
epidemic bubonic
The house, where the negro hid, States and outnumber by far the! American plague has broken
likewise null and void to the terri-
In the following sessions topics of I : out at the
stands three or four feet from the delegates to any previous convention Boston, 7; Detroit, 4, (morning). j general interest to all the newspapers; tones, the District,of Columbia, the miles from seaport here. Numerous, thirty
pound and is boarded up. A plank The entertainment Boston, 3 Detroit 4 afternoon : case-
arranged for ; ( ) i will be taken for discussion. Thei j ji navigable waters of the United States
up have
had been torn off at the point whereWatson the visiting delegates includes a tea' New York, 4; Sit Louis, 7. j t'and:' the sea. already resulted fatally. Jacnu
convention closes but
i on Thursday, has been
i isolated
crawled under the structure at Fort Thomas, Ky., this afternoon i Philadelphia, 7; Chicago, 1. i'. many side trips and visits to points The point was decided in the ease the from the rest o
country by cordon of
The police, among whom were Call and a reception and ball at the StintOn, ,, Washington, 6; Cleveland, S. of interest in the vicinity of Colorado i jof Mary F. Butts, a negress, who \the a is troops ar
Oilicers Newt Roberts Gorman and tonight. Tomorrow taking energet
afternoon there'will Southern 1
j sued the Merchants A Miners Trans'-
Springs will keep the editors here until -
Johnson, tore more planks off thfrlnt e be no session, the delegates tak- New Orleans, 6; Memphis 4. steps to prevent propagation of ti _
j the beginning of next week. The j! portation Company damages under disease.UNIDENTIFIED.
of the house and finally caughts. in? a river excursion to Coney Island Atlanta, 7; Nashville, 6. j i it I the law because she
?I Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak, Mani- ;j was required
ht of the negro, hiding behind acmmney. instead, various sight-seeing autotrips Chattanooga, 8 Birmingham 2. :
; | too Park, Williams Canon and several to eat at a second table from Boston>
: When he answered their and a smoker at the Zoological 1 Montgomery, 4 Mobile 3 1st i ; MAN KIM:ED
; game.j; other of Colorado's natural wonders s':; to Norfolk, although. she held a first
vail! to surrender with a bullet, they Garden on Friday night, after tthat Montgomery, 11; Mobile, 5, 2nd game'Ehe will be visited. An outdoor beefsteaki !; class ticket Special to the -
luinmenced! firing, and, it is said close of the convention, are indudedin 1,; South Atlantic the entertainment .
fry is also included in -
core: than twenty shots were fired. the list of entertainments. :,, Charleston, 5; Jacksonville, 3. : arrangements. JURY SYSTEM IN CANAL ZONE Quincey, DL, June 17.-An unidt' -

the negro, during the fusillade, was,;; An election of President viee-presi- Savannah, 3; Columbus, 2. tined man was killed in a battle w,

evidently lying with his feet toward,! dents and directors will be held on Macon, 8; Albany, 6. CUP FLEET NEARLY COMPLETEi Washington, June 16.-One of ti.= the sheriff's possee at Fowler Stat;;

ui; > officers, firing across his own Friday afternoon. F. R. Salisbury, othe f, Carolina between Secretary Garrison and Colo- near heic late today, after he ha

1 l udy, as billets were found in ;, Minneapolis, Minn., is the present Durham, 6; Raleigh, 5. i Boston, Mass., June 17.-The first j immediate resultsof the conferences shot and fatally w.oawW! M1G ,
it m of .boll feet. I head of the organization. Greensboro, 8 Charlotte 0. Erke, \\t, refused to ;! ,' f>
; of American Sender yachts, from nel Goethals, chairman of the Panama -
ri I and one deputy! .
I i Asheville, 3; Winston-Salem, L Canal Commission p i ta
I which three defenders of the President i.; now in Wash
!I I Wilson cup against the third: ir.gton, will be the introduction into tie
I : SAGGING WIRE CUTS THROATS German invasion will be selected is[ ; the Canal Zone of the jury system for'I when thirty. odd sho>>: fn

Washington June 17.The So- Philadelphia, Pa., June 17.MisaMary New York June
II sagging the trial of
complete except one boat. It is. ex- persons charged with fe 1LOAD i
r.cnae Court today decided that the Brown, of Lso Angeles, and W.'i I wire today cut the throats of two pected that ten, possibly eleven,II onies. j j STEFANNSON'S JlvA 1"I

.-, deral Government was not finan-I I T. Tilden, Jr., won the mixed doubles members of a picnic party riding on I _
will in the elimination
yachts participate -
itly responsible for the flooding of I championship of the United States in ; top of a double decked Beach Island' events entries for which close,I' ATHLETICS GEt' I s Spedal to the SeBtiBel

.. >re than 100 plantations on theI|I I the concluding match of the women''s car and swept another man to the COLLEGE BALL! Victoria, B. C., June 16.-Loau
19 and that the which
on July races : i FLAYER !
liasissippi as a result of levee eon- national lawn tennis tournament at ground. One of the men is suffering '! will 16 at MarbleJ.ead of the old whaler Karluk, which is .
begin on August -
struction. Efforts were made to hold the Philadelphia Cricket Club yesterday -' from a partly severed arm. It is i exnipected -! II carry Dr. Vilhjalmer Stefannson's e
will be the closest ever sailed Hanover, N. H., June 17.-Captain )
the government responsible for the defeating Miss Dorothy ; the other two men with injuries pouring expedition into the Karl. .
1 jin American waters by this class of Dave Morey, pitcher of the
1 Dartmouth
value of the lands flooded in all about and C. S. Rogers, 7-5, 76. | are in a serious condition. | probably will sail tomorrow. Nom
\ boats. The German elimination races I College baseball team, announced today I
Alaska will
37,000,000. be the first port of calL
I will be held at Kid next week. that he had
The next convention of the Florida>J WEATHER) REPORT Ii : signed a contract topky I Sir Richard McBriie, pr.mwr ...fBrituk
Te fafet of with the Philadelphia American CetanMa, sad D. >f. Kfeet
stationery, Curtis t State Phannaeeotiea Aftseriatmt will Generally fair :*,
Why HI! Sttaftarffer's for fefeyefeg dSeirfries. Let team.
a .e Morey wfll
O'Neal, next to Postoffice.' be heW at Atlantic Beach. Thursday. t rrport' Jury speaker of the Hoiwe, visited uVe vessel -
tf'Ir&t. today.



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Dania.--A contract for the lease of

made PO and acres 0.here Peterson of last fine week of farming by this Chas.city land,Larsen from was Gifts to PleaseMay Bargains! Bargains! \

Mr. Gould of Lemon City. These men
will put in the entire acreage to
truck. I Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.

Rusking.-The canning factory is be safely purchased fromus r. Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
working full time canning tomatoes. and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of ever).
The cannery will probably be in operation 1 body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
during the entire month of where everything i Ladies' Shirtwaists from 4Sc up. .
June. Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
Jacksonville.-F. B. Conrad, of De- Gingham, from 98c up.
guaranteed. 'Oafly'w! Children's Dresses, in all
Land has been elected president styles, sizes and colors,
from 23c: .
the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. at up.Ladies'
the meeting of the stockholders held Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
in the city last Friday. i styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
t'? Dry Goods at a special reduction.
Mclntosh.The carlot movement of
tomatoes is on in earnest at this Allen & Co. Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
point and the fruit is finer than ever Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
raised before. There are many buyers Hats from 25c up.
on the ground. Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
Cashmere Suits, all from
Apopka.-The continued drought in $8.00 and up.
Men's Coats from $2.00
this vicinity has done some damageto JEWELERS Alpaca up.
the tomato crop and orange trees Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.Boys' .
Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all st'lesand
are beginning to suffer for want
rain. J colors, from 50c up. ,
Winter Haven.-The Citrus Exchange Orlando FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 25c up.
shipped 118,000 boxes of fruit, Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from-ISc up.
Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 2oc
the past season from this point.
I Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in
Palmetto.-It is estimated that
onI,I tion we give away premiums in chinaware to )
the hammock land between Palmetto
1 who trades with us.
and Ellenton that there were 1,000
I We want your trade and we assure you that we (
acres of tomatoes planted this sea
II give you the best merchandise forour monev. We
son. Repair Department at
Arcadia.-J. F. Richards has ship-I y antee satisfaction or your money refunded. Come
convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
ped 3 cars of watermelons to Seattle, your service always. If you would 1 be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
Washington. They were sold f. o.

b.Winter track. Garden.-Col. R. L. Byrd received | H. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlandp ;I
$(G.70; a box for his late Val-1
encia oranges. Fruit shipment isI I .III C,t+}tt III e e II t. t .5 t! e I III J.1111111.1,..,... I..II eOCMO.t..
: "" ""11 I. Jr. I'H' IIIU" :'C II G III i IOU"ttlttii i+ixW 0 i II. I'lIt
over in this section. Next season's'crop L __
will be large. i --
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Bushnell.-Tomatoes are still mov-I'r Everything in Drugs -
ing in carlots. This has been one of:
the longest shipping seasons on rec-
\\'Worthington.This is becoming a 1VE DISPENSE OXLY THE pun EST AND BEST

large truck growing section and 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
there will be a large acreage of Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
strawberries. peas, beans and cucumbers Delaney Drug CO. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR
and Irish potatoes planted next
season. We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODYIS
pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu.
Williston.-The total shipment of ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO 2
cucumbers from this section has totaled cerne. TALKING
about 260 cars or 126,000 crates. GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.IR .
Trenton.-Wade & Bell control
about 220 acres of watermelons in TRY OTJK ICE CREAM I
this section. began in
They shipping
carlots last week.-Packer. The Best EverMltMMIItMIMItttMIMIIIIUMIMMMIMliilMMI'

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John Evitts, the Mesick capitalist, Jacksonville, Fla., June 31.-The CONTRACTOR and BUILDER For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
was in the city getting some repairsfor pineapple movement last week total-I CORN CRISPETTE I [
his automobile. Mr. and Mrs. ed 508 cars compared to the move- REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.P. .
Evitts have for several years passed ment of 359 cars the week previous.
their winters in Orlando, Fla. Mr. This week shipments have fallen off .0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla, t, Wholesome Nourishing will sell Lime at 90c
Evitts says the climate is ideal but considerably and the movement rap- Delicious
warns Michigan people against Florida idly will decrease from now to the Manufactured By per barrel delivered,
from the agriculturist's standpoint end of the season. Prices are ranging 1
Mr. Evitte says: from $1.75 to $2.25 per crate and G.c MAI-TON: five barrel lots.
"I have never seen any land in there is a good demand, and fruit I
Successor to Terry & Pomeroy
Florida that will produce a crop un- running to fair sizes for this periodof I
aided. You must irrigate and use the shipping season. The crop will Jtevattato Tans rta lKs11CLASS
fertilizer. Even the drained swamp be shorter than first estimaetd, but MDT 11AI L ORDER JERVICE t Florida Metal Co.
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land which looks like our muck is prices during the entire season. i
useless unless supplied with these growers have received excellent t
essentials. It is necessary to use Large distributors like H. C. Schrader I HcNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
fertilizer twice a year at a cost of & Co., J. C. Chase & Co., Crutchfield
from $30 to $40 per acre each time.I & Woolfolk and the M. 0. CogginsCo. NEW COLORS AND) PATTERNS INI I Phone 41. .
andvise my Michigan friends to ., claim the deal has been very satisfactory f 1- .
think twice before going to Florida both as to quality of the 1I

with the expectation of making a suc- fruit and prices received in northern I bOOOS aid a I .... .. .......... ., ..-..'-..-.
cess From of the farming tourist's or standpoint truck gardening.I don't marhts.Packer. I Crepe :: i imo nos I I

think there is a finer spot in the OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERY- ,

whole no greater country.than The in cost Cadillac.of living"-Cadillac is;I BODY GOWNS, ETC. I [ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER t tv.

Globe. i If you want to buy or sell a houseIf .
Mr. Evitts no doubt is honest in you have an apartment to rent or ____ -- ... __ -
his convictions but errs in his judg are looking for a tenantIf i 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 '
ment. The writer is a property own you want to buy a farm-or havea
er in Michigan, where he spends the, suburban home for sale- I cents per yard at ,j Have room or house
summers and is familiar with con If you want to do anything with your
ditions in both Florida and Michigan.It real estate-you can do it through the
cleaned without dust troubleof
is a fact well known the world columns of the Sentinel. McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT or
over that upper Michigan's chief pro For your own profit, be sure you i
duct is navy beans which tells the read the Sentinel. moving furniture .
tale of the soil. Potatoes is another -. -------------- ---, ---. STORE
staple crop and if any man has gotten

The rich truth at is that that we both haven't states met have him., STa of .iu r I I II 124 South Orange Avenue The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex- ;

their advantages disadvantages
but that Florida orange growers I perienced man.
have a much better paying proposition -
than the Michigan peach growers I
close association with farmers in

both hands states and call we the think dispute they may off. shake Thus I !
Brick I BriokI I Bri 1CR.I
the Florida farmer will have, according
to Mr. Evitt's the climate as his
profit over the Michigan farmer. Our "sweets" are standards of pur- P u Tne rl[ Lf tltLT C L CO11'''llnc! ,

Sentinel want ads advertise. ,ity and deliciousness by which you
!can judge others. a CHURCH STREET
Coal tar is being used in a Penn- Every chocolate, every bonbon,I i : These Brick are better than Clay Brick N
sylvania steel plantBirmingham every confection of whatever sort that I
is sold here represents the highest I and they are cheaper -- -- -
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manufacturing center of the United lence.A H.A.'HousePainting. Royston Those wishing to make trips for
Kingdom. single trial of jour favorite confection i FRANK HYRES and Calcimining business or pleasure, should see mt
-------- bought here will convince \ for prices. Prompt service guaran
Money to loan on improved prop- that this is THE establishment you to i Maker of Artificial Stone ,, I have had years of experience and teed. Ctr" Willsey, Orlando 1 Fla.
erty. S. Y. WAY.Shanibarger's always patronize. I(guarantee my work. Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
:| Estimates cheerfully furnished _
Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. R. R.
for bicycles and I ; : Drop me a card and I will call. Money to loan on improved prop.
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It is this corruption in office that *
South Florida Sentinel The investigation of the lobby at
Baron Takagoshi, of the imperial Washington has revealed somethingworse I promotes anarchism and rank lawless-
MORNING AND WEEKLY parliment of Japan who is now tour-
than a lobby. It has shown I ness.Men
the United States for the
ing purposeof who have
-- -- - a true conception of
Orlando, that there are members of the United I
Entered at the post office at
studying our institutions and law and are fearless and impartial
Ifcrida as Second Class Mail Matter. States senate who ar nancially interested "Little Four"ATHOME
knowing our people as he expressesit I I in the enforcement thereof, are the
in the pending tariff bill. It
SUBSCRIPTION RATES and not for the purpose'of takingany men who rise to highest place in the
has shown that they intend to speak
notes for the use of his countryhas estimation of the people and hold
and vote the subject. '
THE DAILY SENTINELOne expressed his views on the Monroe upon their place unto the end. r I
Whatever else be said againsta
Year ........ ...... .... ..$5.00 doctrine. The Baron pertinently may Men who abuse the confidence and "-
he cannot be accused of .
Six Months . ... .. ..... 2.50 observes that the Monroe doctrine lobbyist, trust imposed in them, sooner or later
trust. He does not
Three Months .. .. .eo ... .. eo. 1.25 gives the United States no right in betraying a public lose their foothold and are despisedof
the greed of individuals
the far East and that this country I promote all men all their days.
11 news carrier in Orlando, 60 cents per who profess to serve the people. He I
ought to keep out of the Orient, and Greed and dishonesty in public
and Sunday. I
month Daily is precisely what he appears to be, an
the Baron is not alone in this view of office are the canker worms that are
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found agent of self-seekers, and those
tale in Orlando at Curtis & O'Neal's BookStore the situation. Uncle Sam must be eating the life out of American life
en whom he addresses secretly or
and Wright Brothers. consistent if he would be respected.The today. Not a great country in the
ly may accept his arguments or re-
\\ewill appreciate prompt complaint if taking of the Phillipines was a ject them, as they please.A world today is so lax and loose in
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers. gross blunder, and expansive experi- the matter of law enforcement on
senator who has a pecuniary
Adveritsing rates will be furnished on application. ment on the part of the United States. honest lines, as in the United States.Refining .
stake in the legislation that he is
But Japan must bear in mind that
i forwarding is like a judge who
the present administration with whom + 1 1ulf
should try a case involving his own
year, by mail, postage paid.........1.00 she is dealing in the California mat-i ,.
He like -
fame or fortune. is a juror "
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. ter, is not responsible for our pres- Co1
who should assume to pass upon the
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building ence in the Orient, nor was the demo-
Phone 24 guilt or innocence of a relative or
cratic party in sympathy with the
-- partner. He is like an arbiter or a
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor movement that took possession of the referee who should undertake the ad- tools
Phillipine Islands. Hence this can not
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor justment of a controversy to which
be cited now as an evidence of bad
he was a party.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18TH, 1913. faith. I One distinguished senator, who ad- A
On the question of war the Count
-- : t mits that he is a tariff beneficiary, Gasoline

Hurrah for the Orlando Boosters! says gives this explanation of his mental
"Japan today fears war with a sane
o and wholesome dread, because she and moral processes: LubricatingOils
As soon as the hero of the novel "I would not vote for any amend-
well knows just what war me ns.
his close the book. ments to the tariff bill affecting
lights cigarette, we There is perhaps no nation in the my and Greases
interests. I would however, vote
world today that deplores the horrorsof
Leave a pistol or poison lying I for a tariff bill as a whole in case
war more than Japan does, be- Axle Grease
around carelessly and the next census such amendments were incorporatedinto

is sure to show the effecto what cause war no other means.nation" better knows I ance."the measure without my assist- cif I.IIvio r llllr & ON

The United States wants no war I 1
The fellow who regards marriage and no nation better understands the I Striking as recent changes in the I ,

as a joke will eventually discover that I senate have been, there are still P.G.WALTONAgfcnt
terrors of war than the United States.
the is him. enough members like the here' SUCCESSORS TO
joke on I one
The United States, however is always
o I quoted to make honest tariff legislation PHONES {12JJj!
prepared for war, Japan must under-
Lowering the speed at which auto- I a matter of doubht and difficulty.
stand, for while we do not maintaina S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE
mobiles run would be a greater blessing I If every senator who by reasaon of Orlando -- Florida |
do have
large standing army we a ,
to humanity than lowering all the his private business affairs is in hon-

tariffs ever made. large army of loyal citizens who on or estopped from voting upon this ..."...... ,, v J4.'sp'01. ..}III' 0 II ; 1111 0 11II1111I I I 1.1 I.
a moment's notice will take the field
o issue in any of its phases were decently -
-- -- -
and put to route the long and well
Claude L'Engle is having a serious to withdraw from the scene, a:; F
trained armies of the old world. This I
the various departmentsat judges do in like circumstances
time getting a
has been the history of Americanssince I
properly lined to true tariff-reform would
Washington up measure
the "Minute men" took the field
his No doubt Mr. Wilson is the senate and
pass by a big majority
I for a liberty that now excites the ad- I JUNE WEDDINGWhile
worried look. quickly.
wearing a I Io
miration of the world. The best and
1 It is well to drive the lobby out of
bravest soldiers that ever walked out
Team work in civics is the watch- I Washington, but senators who repre-
into the open battle field have always
word of the hour. A majority of thema'ors been the American boys from farm : sent only their own bank accounts "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June

of New York State are in : should it.-New York marked its numerous
and shop who with strong arm and accompany seems to be his most active season. June is always by

.conference now, debating policies and moral courage go forth to do battle | World. weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

methods. with none of the hindrances knownto i I for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-

o ---- the regular army boys. For it is 'TilE I LOOSE CODE OF OFFICIALDOM ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

Let in the light-keeping your a fact too sadly true that the stand- your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

goods a secret is what you accomplishwhen ing armies of all countries are neither '! There is too much of a disposition We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

you don't advertise them. Let conducive to good morals or physical : on the part of those entrusted with stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

the light shine through the columns valor. Life in the regular armyis 1 law enforcement, to wink at the lawor smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

,Of this paper. by no means the ideal life and as a discriminate. When three police country.

o rule the boys are not built up i in[ officers unite with confidence men and The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -

Boston's mayor's latest homily to strong manhood. This was proven i in, rob citizens of hundreds of thousands is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully

tlty employees is on politeness at the the war between England and South, of dollars, as did the three California inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-

city hall, and New: York's mayor's Africa when the raw boys from the i policemen, short jail sentences for ing and usurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most up-

latest preachment is on courtesy vs. plantations and mines, with strong. them while the man who stole a pair to-date merchandise.

keeping the end seat. Official activity -I Bodies and sober- minds- though- wholly of shoes to keep his feet warm getsa

has a wide range. \ unskilled in the science of war, year in state's prison shows how REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENTIf

o would in battle after battle put to abortive is law after all. When a

A wag has proposed that American i flight double their number of the rich man gets a valuation placed on
regular you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit bax,
vessels become Yankee emporiums his at about ten cent itsrealvaluewhilethepcormanwho
English soldiers whose per
systems pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
as they tour the world, nativesof toilsin
I were undermined by high living and mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
foreign parts resorting to the ship'sside questionable practices.. the sweat of his face for his daily
can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
as to a bargain counter. This is Keep the American boys in most bread, pays full value on his little work .
watch specialty.TJLvans
Fine repair a
the latest triumph of utilitarianismover part on the farm and in the factory home, is such a travesty on justice

romanticism. mastering the honest arts of peace that no man whose veins flow honest ==
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o and war is less apt fo come, but if it blood or contains one drop of human
Andrew Carnegie wants to endowa kindness will be of the
ever does come, as in days gone by guilty practice.
medical 1 college for Nashville, Tenn. it will be the "hay foot, straw foot" And yet this is the rule, and honest

with $100,000. Nashville is willing boys who will save the day for the appraisements the exception. Justiceis the Jeweler

that he shall do it but there are ob- United States. pictured as being blind, suggesting ,

jections and protests from another 1 that in holding the scales she may

college which would be crushed by The Sentinel itself is its own best o know no great, no small, no rich no t i I

such a move. advocate. Put It in the hands of any poor, but weigh out to each that justly OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

o discriminating newspaper reader and due them. The average official

Now comes a Long Island woman's I the appearance and contents of the seems to have read in the face of the I EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

club with a pronounced edict againstthe i paper will carry its message of clean blind godess a different meaning and Ii i

Chautauqua salute. The prop- i journalism directly home to him. see in it an opportunity of cheating -- -- ---- --- -

osition is to put it in the banished : ,
-- -
class of dangerous customs. Flutter- I -

ing white handkerchiefs make a

pretty sight but are also sportive i>

places for bacilli. AUTOMOBILEBULLETIN

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The world's resources of credit are '

not equal to its disposition to borrow, ;,

often for commendable ends. Not 1 i

only are there too few willing lenders !> I

but too few nimble sixpences. Some !

projects must lapse temporarily un- ![
I For
til the world catches up with its own I
imaginings in the reality of finance : These are Bargains in He-Built Cars. Each one is

o guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip- i I '

Lady Constance Stewart Richard ped and ready to run.

Eon, the English dancer of title isi I
now in New York, where in a half I

nude condition she will entertain New > 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition,

Yorkers. If there was any thing;

needed to put the finishing touches on $550.00 ; Wear

New York's low estimate of enter-i

tainment and add to the vulgar practices -
1 1912 Flanders
of high society Lady Constancewill complete,

furnish it. It is a sad hour for :; $500.00.

this country when woman loses her:

modesty. o I 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad- Our Personal Guarantee '

Julius Rosenthal, a wealthy Jew of

Chicago, donated $'5OOO as a nucleus illac $150.00 Accompanies Every Pair

for a Y. M. C. A. building for coloredmen ,

saw the fund grow to $200,000''

and a new building dedicated Sun- 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than

day morning. Thus a Jew enables 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. Ives

60,000 negroes to enjoy the better, 0

the Christian religion and inspires in
them a hope to be better men. Booker -

colored T. Washington men advised in them addressing to cut out the San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

drink and to do less loafing which he !

said were the bane of the negro the j I l Floor

world over.



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The genuineness of our Price Reduction Sales has been REMEMBER

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

buyers who have from the time of opening to the closingof [
Ou LLl"r
our doors expressed appreciation of the honesty of ourHERE [ {WHITES AND COLORS] .

st iemtn1s. -\Ve have no charge accounts-naturally we can and do sell .

lower than others. In spite of this however, we are determinFrom Two Years to Eight Years of Age
IS ANOTHER ONE ed to move these 250 Dresses in the three days if prices will
ON do it forPRICE .' .
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Monday> mll sdav and Wednesday REDUCTION SHOULD MEAN STOCK REDUCTION'Our $..90 Suits will be sold at_________----- -$ ..69'T
Ii and our Reductions are: ---------

Our $1.00 Suits will be sold at ____
r- SALE ===== Our 50c Dresses will be sold at________________________ 39c ---------------"- '89

Our $1.25 Suits will
Our 60 '11 be sold at 45c be sold at--- .. 98
cresses ---------
250 CHILDREN'S READY: TO WEAR DRESSES ------------------------ ------

in Percales I I etc. etc. Our 75c Dresses will be sold at 60c Our $1.50 Suits will be sold at ______ 1
Linene, Ginghams, Chambrays, Ripplette, ------------------------ ---------------- .2 0

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

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

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Hon. John C. Jones, left last night I Mrs. B. G. Abernethy has gone to ( CAMP LIFE I t+HMMMMIMf

I for DeLand and Daytona on legal Tampa to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. I'
WADE i matters. V. Whittaker.Mr. :: Joe Ferris, Jr., and Bob Lewter are i : The Newest
THE TUNER I ,: enjoying a week's outing at Wekiwa ;: :
ORLANDO. FLA. The Daily Sentinel should be in L Wilder, of Lake City, arrived The Cleanest Store .
Spring. They are making it real
J II every home. Only costs ten cents a I in Orlando last night. He is :
I week.B. I a guest at the San Juan. camp life by living in a tent and do-I' The Freshest Stock
ing their :
own cooking. My, I

Mr. L D. Starrett left last night F. Alexander-, of Cripple Creek, I Mr. James B. King left yesterdayfor they will enjoy mother's cupboard :

for Jacksonville on business. : Colorado, is in the city and will spend Waynesville, N. C., where he will when they get home. of f Grocery in Orlando
': some time investigating Orange spend the summer. ;; The High School Debating Society, I any o
:chaperoned by Prof. Coleman, will ,
Mrs. J. W. Maugham and Mrs. G.:; county real estate.
J. left for Griffin, spend the day at the Springs tomor- I
Dykes yesterday
Mr. W. A. Kerr, of St. Petersburg,
Georgia. Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. Vick and son, was among the out-of-town peoplein row.

'now occupy their fine new home at Orlando yesterday. J!I
Mrs. J. A. Abberger and Mrs. W. the corner of South Lake and Jack- I I II OFF FOR IOWA

C. McLain left yesterday for Atlanta son streets. Mr. T. N. Butner, of Ocoee, was I'i! LIME S
for a summer vacation. transacting business in Orlando Tuesday -i I Mr. R. R. Reynolds, manager of the
Orlando Telephone Company, leaves
Mr. and Mrs. Jessee Baylor, who and shaking hands with friends.Mr. .
Mrs. Geo. R. Banks and son, Paul, have spent the winter in this community -I I, today for Aurelia, Iowa, where he Received fresh every day. Can furnish them by the

left last night for Toledo, Ohio. Mr. left last night for theirs I J. E. Clark, a personal frimi will join his wife who has been there dozen. Give you special price by the

Banks accompanied them as far a northern home in Toronto, Canada.Mr. : of Mr. J. Z. Snowden, was in the city for more than a month. Mr. and Mrs. hundred or barrel.
Reynolds will spend the summer in
Jacksonville.Mr. I
visiting Mr. Snowden last night. Mr.
Iowa. Mrs. Pruitt, sister to Mr.
W. F. Malcolm, State Repre- Clark owns a fine grove at Pierson. I
Frank A. Wright, the clever, sentative of the Remington Typewriter Reynolds, will accompany him.
of the Florida Metal Ray has stuck steady to business
representative Company, with headquartersat Among those leaving for an out
Product Company, Jacksonville, is i in Jacksonville, was in Orlando yes ing is Mrs. Wiliams Swearengen and and is entitled to a vacation. | THE SANITARY GROCERY :J: .
Orlando a guest of the San Juan.
terday. daughter, Nina, who went to Hender-1
sonville, N. C., yesterday. I|j JOB _PRINTING CARUTHERS & GORE }
i I
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Livingsgood, oPine f Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Porter, of Jacksonville .
Castle, left yesterday for are spending several days i in Mr. Louis A. DeLaney, special Our job department is equipped | Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine Street '

Charleston, West Virginia, wherethey Orlando guests of the San Juan. Mr agent of the Royal Indemnity Com-1, with up-to-date faces of type, modern j' ,\

will spend the summer with 1 machinery and competent workmen, "II" a' 'IIII'III'I"'II'IIIIII'IIII.. .a..l l..l.l 111.l l...
Porter is sales manager of the Buick pang, of New York, was in the cityon - - .. ....
frineds at the old home. and prepared to turn out beautiful
i Motor Company. business yesterday.Mrs. I -- ---
and artistic work. Estimates furnished
Mr. and Mrs. II. L Moreman, two No. 80 Coast Line train yesterday Annie M. Holder, Mrs. J. B. and satisfaction guaranteed. I -

most estimable people who have spent carried a special car which was; Koonce and Mr. J. B. Kebler motored Mr. and Mrs. James N. Fonney onj I Concord Park, June 17.-Where is
several months in the home of Mrs\ A. crowded with splendid young people; to Orlando from Ocala yesterday and Miss Isabel Lautenshlager, one ofOrlando's I their way north by auto spent a few : the man who predicted rain?

W. Acre, left yesterday for Augusta, going to the Epworth League conven spent several houses looking over the attractive young ladies, left I hours in the city yesterday. They I Boating, fishing and swimming are
Ga. They will return in the fall. ,tion at St. Augustine. The Ancient:| city. last night for Saranac Lake, N. Y.,I had been in Tampa all winter. They the daily pastimes at the beautiful
where she will remain until fall. '
I City will have no cause to regret I took a spin around our lakes and : lakes of Concord Park.

Ready reference to the needs, opportunities the coming of this fine body of young g' Mrs. W. L Palmer, of Orlando, whoI There is well-founded that I seemed greatly delighted with the]I| We have a fisherman in this vicinity -
and offerings of this bi :,I people.s I has been enjoying a visit with Mrs. certain a rumor i! city. Their only criticism was our';' who claims to have "Bass insanity" -
active, everchanging community I is I R. L Harris a popular young lady j I streets and especially the street getting -! but nevertheless he lands
at her home in this city, is going into the business of "Break some
spread for you every day in T Miss Eliza Wright has into the city, which they pro-'!fine catches.
representingthe gone to Chicago and will enjo ing Home Ties" and in the
Sentinel Want Ads. Senior Epworth League society. a trim. to :_Maine_nn_, returning----- to_ _NPW'w.. distant future will tro to Oklahoma no very to I nounced the worst between Tampa j. Mr. Harry Lee is having his vacant

Miss Jessie Pedrick and Miss Agnes, York City for a visit in the fall before live. The same rumor carries with it I and Orlando. j i i lot cleared in good shape. Let many .

J; B. Magruder says he is making Mussel\\hite, representing the junior returning to her home in Orlando.- I the information that a well known! j I more of us follow the example.

plans to run five films of pictures in Epworth League left yesterday for; Times-Union. young Orlando business man thinks' POLITICALXXOUXCElEXT i: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur La-

his theater each evening. Five St. Augustine, where the State Christ-; 'I ,, Londe, a daughter, June 3rd.
it is unsafe for
unprotected At the solicitation of citi-
thrills for 2%c ought to satisfy the ian Endeavor convention is in ses- young many ,*! Many of us will be sorry to learnof
Caruthers & Gore took the $,1.00 ladies to reside in Oklahoma alone and zens of Orlando, I have consented to
most fastidious devotee of the movies. sion. : the death of Mr. Joseph Harris
i i they got for the runaway horse and he is therefore going to break a few, be a candidate for the office of Alderman -
It is cheaper than remaining at home I winter resident of Concord Park who
purchased another horse of G. I;. home ties also and will accompanythe to fill the vacancy made by
and burning electric lights. The big oak tree on West Living-I Banks. We do not know just how lady into two states, the state of .I the resignation of Mr. Seegar. passed away Sunday evening, June 15.

ston Ave. has not been cut down, but much more than the $4.00 they paid matrimony and the state of Okla If elected, I will act impartially in He leaves in Orlando a niece, Mrs.
With all the that the council has caused II H. Carl Dann and a nephew, Mr.
improvements are city it to be for the new animal, but he carries a homa. all matters and in the interest of all
going on around town let us hope that trimmed and cut away from Capt.I: much more reliable countenance than I the people. Oscar Giles, and a large circle of

of the worn out and uneaven Luther's house, where it intruded I newly acquainted friends.ANNOUNCEMENT.
some green -|I the other one and has more of the ELECTRIC TREATMENTS S. S. GRIFFIN.

side walk on East Church street will until it has lost its pristine "wait a minute" manner that is so I All Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for ii!i i
be replaced with modern cement, beauty and only shades the north side'of :
necessary in a beast used on a delivery the month of June. Dr. Bennett : FOR SALE
blocks that will be in keeping with the street. A sided tree is ,
one Possibly the I
I wagon. dusky; Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lra Garage tools of all kinds as good as I hereby announce my candidacy
other things on that beautiful and about as handsome as a mule with Jehu has also learned a useful lesson I i new. One steel crane to lift cars for alderman to fill the vacancy made :

,popular thoroughfare. one ear. that he can practice on the new horse Subscribe for the Sentinel I j with, a gasoline tank and pump, one by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar
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dress, FRANK DAY, Respectfully,

: +i Apopka, Fla. GEO. A. BARKER.To .

GRAND THEATER ,, Local Page-17-3t. ( July 8-


Gran Theatre Todays' Program 1 Hats ; .

--- (Three Reels) At HALF Price I


Chanced Daily THE SPLIT NUGGET" . . Drama
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FIRST SHOW, < ,,7:15 P.M $2.00 Hats for----------___*-._____ $1.00

SECOND SHOW, / 8:15: PM j 'THE WARDROBE LADY" . (Comedy) . Essana
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NOT BAD FIGURESThe There was a fly in Orlando town, I i BUSINESS BOOSTERS'
And he was wondrous flip. (, CLASSIFIED
Florida shipping season is He climbed up9n the gravy bowl, Business Boosters (classified adver-
about over. It has on the whole beena And took a little dip. ; A tisements) received after 10 o'clock, i r I
midnight, will be run in the "Too Lateto
particularly good year for the grow- He scrambled over the butter and, Classify" column. I/ J -.
ers of fruits and vegetables. Florida Smeared it on the floor, Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately !.- -: /k -'... -" .. ,,(....

farmers took in more cash this year He crawled along the soup bone, 30 words ont time, 25 :"".".'. l -3 "t=J

than before. Of course there And likewise across the door, TaMPADMCaTAMA cents; three times 50 ; one week .Ji..- ...' l iJ iJr ,. ,.,, '
ever weekly .
ii (six daily and one editions) !: :. ; \ ," .,....... .. ,
were growers who did not realize He floated to the garbage can, $1.00; one month, $3.00. J ,.. ,. ,' 4 T; .,,fJ' ); -

much of anything from their crops. I And found it full of germs; : Ji i : : :i ., )1 : J. // %, :. -,
liked them he i FOR HIRE-Nice .seven passenger r\- ., .. '' ..,- I "' :I. _. .
There were those who shipped fruitat He though didn't know I I '' ... -r ': 7\. l :; .
touring and ; : ,. '
: car. Large roomy. \ "'/ ."'" (! /
a time when it was rotting on the Their scientific terms. j 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. f \ ; : vt q.,
trees and markets were very bad. He got them in his system, i THERE IS NOTHING ._ -, \tJ7 4q&' .'. fA\. C,
Some of them had their whole crop in He wore them on his back, j BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice l1 \ ( (<((f;::: r .- ..".:: \f,? *'
TOO GOOD FORFLORIDIANS suburb in east part of the city. Carl ) ,'T '> ... '
this kind of market, with disastrous He had an awful lot of fun to keep : S -

results. There were yet other growers His feet along the usual track. Jensen. ; "f A Vacation Hint :

who allowed speculators to take': He gathered up his load of germs FOR RENT-Nice newly furnised I' I I f Iii! ,d

their crop with very little, if any,I I And started with them all; I rooms. All conveniences. Near in i Before you buy a railroad ticket
money down, and these speculatorsalso f And then upon the face he lit, to permanent parties. $1.50 a week )I for this or that summer resort, ? '
i Brick house ,
up. large verandas. 401
struck this bad period and in! Of Mamma's sleeping doll. That's the principle *e work ODin West St. Cor South. Phone 578. 6-17-6t j L come in and look at our MidSummer ;
i iI Woolen line and let make I
consequence had nothing to pay the I the manufacture of FOI SET- I! us
growers with. However, as a whole, RAISE MORE CATTLE TIA Ice Cream every ingredient OAK HILL is the beautiful sub-divis-; ii I a cool Summer Outing Suit for
the of citrus fruits did ; I II ion to the Northeast of the eity and i, you. I't. <
growers very: that gets into Poinsettia Ice Cream I Y'
I still have some choice lots there t We make
I :, t- a specialty of Nor-
well, and more money came into Cattle shipping from Florida has i MUST be THE BEST. Every Carl Jensen.
Florida this year from the sale of begun in earnest. Some shipments to method used in its manufacture I, folks and will be pleased toY :

fruits than for any other year in the' Cuba have until lately been the only i Ii IiI MUST be scientifically sanitary and I FOR RENT-Five room cottage with show you a few of our latest :(
history of the state, probably closeto I'; ones on record, but we now hear of I j hygienic. all modern conveniences. Garagefor models. "
auto, or horse and buggy. Apply'! '
$16,000,000, as nearly 8,500,000 :frequent large shipments to Tennes-I 515 East street. 5-15 tf'' r Men's Fashion
boxes were shipped and the average ;see, Kansas and Oklahoma. As no Labor expense, trouble and Shop ;

return by the Florida Citrus Exchange -i: other animal, except the Florida ra- time are not considered in CHAPMAN HOUSE I I Hand Building .

to its growers was close to $2 zorback hog, can live on so little, the manufacture of POIN- Six dollars a week and up. No. 308
J Cor. Church and
per box f.o.b Florida. Beside this stand so much exposure and get fat SETTIA Ice Cream. I West Central avenue. :\lrs.\1. Mc- I t C Orange Orlando '" ,

amount the railroads got between Ewan, proprietress. 6.121 mo. C' ,' ( '
the Florida \ "
so quick as can cow, cattlemen j I'dll \ : : 1,( II' 'c
, $5,000,000 and $6,000,000, making the j who try this breed of bovines FOR SALE BY ... ,.. .....!.-' '""i: ....-.J" ...c_ J 'ItP'7 .!;:: \- ,.
FOR SALE-New house and lot in
total value of the citrus
run con-
crop cannot help but see the advantage of
Colonial Park.
I $1150,
easy pay
siderably over 20000000. Of the 1 stocking their with Florida ,. 'II OJtllllelet V
up ranges ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, tttw.t ; I "llllal'CtttORLANDO'
$16,000,000 coming back to Florida,! cattle as long as they can get them. I V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO. Sentinel Office.

approximately $6,000,000 was spent i': But the supply is not unlimited and I

for picking, packing and marketing,!' all the cattle for sale will soon be I Ii FLA. I WANTED-To lease unfurnished for
not less than one year, six or seven
leaving the growers $10,000,000 for i sold. This means, of course, that I II roomed cottage with bath and other I II
their product on the tree, or an aver-I beef, both on the hoof and dressed, ,:I No. 2NOTICESWILL conveniences, close in. Rent must be BUSINESS COLLEGE !
age of $1,000 each for every citrus will rise in price. 1, -- I reasonable. Careful tenants. Best of
fruit grower in the State-Florida I Bradford used to be a great cattle RECEIVE BIDS references. Homeseeker, care of Sen-
tinel, 15-3t.
Grower. i|II county, but there are comparatively Bids will be received for the over- .

i few cattle now. In fact, one may hauling and construction of rooms in ANTED-Place to board; in private -
PROMOTING LARCENY I I walk through the wild woods for a the Court House for jury quarters. family in quiet locality, closein MODERN COURSES IN

I day at times and not see a cow. It is Plans and specifications will be on file by two young men. Apply at Pos-

Walter S. Shoruds, a bank officer of a pity that so many thousand acres in the office of the Clerk of the Cir- tal Telegraph office, between 12 and 2 Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Cor-
or after 6 p. m. tf
Philadelphia, embezzled to the amountof of frgrass are not pastured. The cuit Court. Bids will be received up
$1,400,000 and "got away with it."!! range may not be as good as in for- to the meeting of the Board of Coun- TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE poration Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

After dodging detectives for a long, mer years, but considering the scarcity ty Commissioners on the First Mon- Royals, Fox-both new and slightly Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law,

time he returned to Philadelphia and of cattle, it i is more extensive, day in July. used, one rebuilt machine and one Commercial Arithmetic, Spelling and all

restored the stolen money, whereupon and crabgrass hay and velvet beans By order of County Commissioners.B. second hand Underwood.Call .
Branches of Civil Service.
the prosecution was dropped.'; could be made to supplement the M. ROBINSON, Clerk. at my office and see bargainsin

Evidently Shoruds is a remarkably I shortcomings of the wild pasture.We Typewriters and Fireproof Iron

frugal man-a man who can steal I! believe that a resumption of NOTICE Safes. C. S. McEWAN. DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESExperienced

and take excellent care of the stolen cattle raising would prove very profit- In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit. Orange 1----6-13 tf.
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money has rare talents, says the Columbia -|. able. The killing of the cattle tick Godina County M. Land Florida., CAR LOAD OF BANANAS Teachers in Charge. Diplomas

State. I is now recognized as necessary, and vs. Divorce.M. Just Received
i H. Land. I t Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
The judge who discharged Shorudson vats for that purpose could be built To M. H. Land: I Large and Small Bunches

the same day sentenced a woman,!|: at convenient points, where the cat- Land It appears, herein from duly the filed,affidavit that she of is Godina the com-M. I j Egyptian onions, egg plants, and ates.

who had been entrusted with dia-;: tIe could be dipped at a low cost. We plainant defendant in is the a above resident entitled of Orlando cause;,that Orange the! mangoes. Coast Line Depot, east of Patronize Home Institutions.For .
monds to sell for a firm, to six months ;i: advise those who can go into cattle County. Florida, but that he has been absent I Church Street. For sale by Geo
imprisonment because she flailed to raising to think the matter over.- more than sixty days next preceeding this 1 Chick. 12-6t
date; that there is no person in the State of
account for a ring worth $100. The II I Braden Telegraph.ARE Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom
would bind said defendant; and that the de- FOR SALE-Large Lot near Prices and Terms call on or address:
tried commit
woman subsequently
fendant is over the age of twenty-one years. dist Church. Whole or MethO-\
suicide. criticism followed You are therefore ordered to appear to this \
Newspaper -1 YOU GOING AWAY THIS Bill on Monday the first day of Sectember. or without dwelling Address
and the judge suspended the sentence -I SUMMERThe I A. D., 1913 the same beings- Rule Day of E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf

against the woman, saying, at I --- ,I this It Court Is further ordered that this notice be il I Or1allo ll[ BllSilleg tl Co11ee ll
the same time, that he had not been I Sentinel will be mailed upon published for eight consecutive weeks, in the [
South Florida Sentinel a newspaper publishedin house; large lot full of fruit trees.
informed of the circumstanecs of the, request to any subscriber temporarily Orange County. Florida. I Apply 308, Robinson avenue
Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Circuit
Shoruds case. lie was a country'; leaving the city, and the address will Court and the seal thereof, this the 14th l THIRD FLOOR PIIONE 597
judge, sitting temporarily in Phila-I be changed as often as desired. In requesting -I day of Jane A. D. 1913.R GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up ,

delphia. i a change- always give both I II I SEAL) -By- \f M.- unniNsnv A. Howard,Clerk D. C. I I, Brailed.eighteen Five by eighteen burner cooking in. Oven plate.and i HAND BUILDING ORLANDO, FLA.

The judge's error appears to have 1 the old and the new address. Write STARBUCK & STARBUCK I Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm
been not so much in sentencing the{ or telephone the circulation depart- __ Attorneys_for_Complainant KMMMMM
woman (presuming that the proof of ment. Phone No. 24. I NOTICE II i EVERY BODY'S DOING IT

her guilt was clear) as in setting free I'I' This is to notify the public that my i Automobiling, we are open for dates

the bank thief. Shorud's offence was Don't trust to luck. Advertise in the I wife, Mary J. Reynolds, having left picnic parties, or a crowd for an 1

committed against the State and the I Sentinel.An my bed and board, and not living asj I evening drive. Call 360 or ask for I

court's duty was to protect the State.! my wife, I refuse to become respon- | C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf I i Sentinel Ads1 Pay Advertisers

The offence of "compounding a fel i Ohioan has patented a process sible for any debts she may make or FOR RENT

ony" appears to be falling into desue-.. for preparing bodies for burial by to be liable in any manner for her Nice large rooms, furnished. Con-
tude in the United States. Perhaps electricity. debts. venient for business people also light

no other crime is so prolific in crime-! --- I WILLIAM REYNOLDS.146t. house keeping. Delightful location

breeding. Shoruds is one of thou.! A school of dairying on an extensive with or without board. Terms very

sands who escape punishment every I FCflle i is planned by the Argentine reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel ilillltMitttHMMIMMIMMIHiilllHIHIttHMIIIHIP .
year in order that individuals and corporations government office. 5-22 tf

may not lose money. So,! Money to loan on improved prop AFTERIt ___ i Money to loan on improved
larceny thrives.Tampa Tribune.Shanibarger's prop- T Family and Go
,erty. S. Y. WAY.Shanibarger's is your business that we want.I erty. S. Y. WAY. a e e O CaffipingSpend

Ours is the service that you need in
for and for bicycles and LOST-Black ribbon watch fob with
Sundries. I'II I' tf your business. gold linotype matrix as charm. In- the summer on one of the numerous'lakes on
tf j Sundries. Now is the time to make your plansso itials, "H. M. W." engraved on side.
as to share in Orlando's prosperity Finder return to Sentinel and receive the Beach. Now is your time to buy, '

-good printing brings good business.We reward.

are only an arm's length from GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections -
I at about one-third less than usual -
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA youReach for the Telephone.The list prices. Full line in stock. I. CAMP STOOLS . . . . . . :; 25

Sentinel, 107 Court Street,I W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church CAMP HAMMOCKS . . . . . $1.50
Phone 24. street.

CAMP TENTS . . . . $3.50 and up
Regular Downpour MM MMMMMMMMMMM*' ifMMtlf

Camp cots and everything to go camping.



fgg" By securing your personal EVERY ONE IS A BARGAIN AT THE PRICE ASKED,

needs now, you can make more : 'MMM'

clear money than by any day's 7-passenger 1910 Oldsmobile Specials.One ,"t,

work you have ever done Everything cylinder, 5-passenger, 1912 Everitt, thoroughly
in our store is being sold overhauled, repainted and run less than 3,600 miles. :I

at a sacrifice.Be One Stoddard-Dayton, 5-passengers. !i SFECC..A.LS

sure and visit our store. It "
One 5-passenger Premier and several others equally as II II
will eventually pay you. Remember -

!l lookers as buyers.* are welcomed as politely I MERRILL STEVENS CO. III II I Liffloae[ Sill il II t 4 4I ,

Brown & larti ueMen's Agents for Oldsmobile, Premier and Cartercars I:


i and Boys' Outfitters L Jacksonville, Fla.MMMMMMMMMMMMMiMMMMMMMIMIMIMIi.

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To I've Wherer the packed way dear the my roses old-traps state bloom, of and and Florida I'm the on,fruit my'f II I,I oRL1I O ANK a TRUST J COMPAN A fI i r; l LUCERNE[ R [ J THEATER[ \ [

And the is air prime is mild, in the winter time. ;I Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES

Let them sing their songs as they love I .
Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
to do,
or the skees and the skates, and the
Statement of the Orlando Bank and
sleighbells, too; : ._.. ..... __ I PROGRAM TODAY
With the snow and ice I will let them I. 1 r ,:' :. Tnut Cm at Close of DWell
stay, .. a)t 4
., April 11th. 13-The Ser
But the state for me is Florida. ."'f:.:.. tj'.'':;.t.#..:,':. .'.. #tS frr x -'" eath AimlTersary tfIU "THE IfflOTHERS" . . . American l
'JOr .ci ': ; '
I'm sick of the slush and the chilblains 'fi':; "t:t.i1 t.:;<' ExiiteietRESOURCES A gripping Western story of the early days in the
.J; : ,
too, t l'! r. ,....: ,.\ .'....:..
I wild Wes t. Beautifully told in a manner that is pleas
where the .. .
And I long for the land I, \ ,.... : ,
'H, 'J"f skies are blue, I ,, jti '
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: .x' graphy.
Where the lilies bloom on Christmas !I i"I' '....,,, :.
ir .. 5 :oW'. '''' 1 .....
day, : 'ti i ti .: Loans and DUeooata 8368,197.81Overdrafts --- --
.And the June-like zephyrs softly play; ",, ; .... .. ...... 92112I
I long for the song of the mockingbird v I if...tlfi{"...".,. 'i:!:d; tf'i 'f M. I I Real Estate, Furniture HIS WIFE'S AFFINITY" . . . . .Solax

.. "'J and Fixtures .......... 151 1<< A social
And the sight of the pelican absurd, I I ... """11'.'lii.-. ,. '.:', Stocb and Bonds ........ 26,01843 climax. drama. Captivating scenes, A delightful '
Where the June days come, and come i .; ""' ?: .. J Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61

to stay, I
I have packed my raps, and I'm on 61 ,I, I Total ................>1789,260.08 I
my way. I I ; "HIS SISTER'S SECRET" . . . Thanhouser
: i A most excellent photo-play. Many amusing inci-
Such groves this world has never ; Capital Stock ...........100000.00
t dents told in a way that you cannot help but enjoy.
seen I r > t Surplus and Uidhided
As the orange groves with their Profits ................ 24,14441
leaves so green, T 1 t i Deposits ................ M5.115.1J "LUCERNE"-The best ventilated, and coolest theaterin
And their fruit like balls of gleaming
f I the city. The extraordinary high ceiling and purified .
gold, ;r t..ky I, 'I Total ................$789J50.oaI air and many oscilating fans, causing a constant
And which cannot be told.
a beauty circulation of fresh, and pure air every second.Don't .
Such royal palms and stately pines, I -
; neglect jour health. Think of the many advantages .
Such oaks with Spanish moss and j
Deposits April 4, liIS...1592,875.65 I the Lucerne has and then you will see the

Such cypress vines, trees, and as I say --- Deposits April 16,1913... 665,11543 reason why the crowds go to the Lucerne.

I've packed my traps, and I'm on my n UiitW State Government State and Coiatj Deooelt.ry Increase 12 day ...$.?!,211484HMHIIHttlltMOiH8H ,11111111111101111111IOII"ICII'IO tillll'IIIIIIIIIII'

way. : : J
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When the time shall come, as come

it must, IHI ,. .. ,.. '." L
For my body to return to dust, THE MARKETOf
I want to go where the righteous

dwell, W. M. SLEMONS ;
Where the Lord is king, and all is
well. Of Cleanliness QualityFRESH

But until the day I change my sphere,
I would like to live in Eden here, -
So I've packed my traps, and I'm on Because summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We

To the my dear way old state of Florida. carry a large stock of desirable goods. FISH AND GAME

FROM OLD BOSTON TOWN. WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GING :I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

SCALES Ii Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
i We sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
Washington, June 17.-As a resultof : and $3.00. pure.

weights complaints charged from for shippers by railroads as to the, and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND ILadies' We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

which have recently drawn attention WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.

[,to the necessity for some governmental RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.We :

I scales supervision, as well as over scales railroad-track used by ship- carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. I.I The PARLOR MARKETH.

| doing interstate business.
pers an Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best. :
The Bureau of Standards, Department
of Commerce, expects to begin, Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON I M. Self & Co.
I soon after July 1, the inspection of
railroad scales, starting with some of' HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It :I

the scales of the eastern roads. is our constant effort to sell a good article: at a low price. : 18.20 PINE STREET
Every grocer's scale is supposed to II
| be tested as to its accuracy periodi-
Phone No. 80
cally in order that the purchasersmay

weight.be assured In addition of ,getting the city correct or j w. M. SLEMONS j

| county sealer sees to it that the purchaser .
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full i.L.otJ.L."U"UU'1i j '.u..I. AfW4 V4v ; ii.Gvtl/NW G (
secures weight or meas- iWGiK/U""
ure, and prosecutes violations of the :IC ---i GHTTHEv
] law by the dealers.

which shippers The belong railroads of the$2,200,000,000 to annually country and are collect on from operated scales approximately the- i'iF"'Y: +ittMmMimiHtmMMMttHIMmHttHilli WANT THE ST"II i iIN : 1 PATH TO PROSPERITY I

entire by the roads, and over which
neither the shipper nor the Government : i Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I

has any control of any inform- : : S their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- I

ations as to the correctness of the : THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, : J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

scales.In order to secure information that : HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR : i customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

will enable the Government to draw : J like irresistible all the I
reliable conclusions as to what shall I J
That is the
trade within its reach; reason
be done to guarantee the accuracy of : MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY I )
railroad weights, and also for the : : I I they command the attention of buyers. f
purpose of aiding the railroads to :

install Standards correct was scales allowed, the an Bureau of I ': i For Every Store Owner |I

tion of $25,000 by appropria-I : B. Salomon OrlandoWELCOME I
purchase of a test-weight equipment. : No matter how small his business, the Elec-

The contract for this car has alread,1been : I tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective i

let, and it is expected that the I'',. ., ., . ' f'O+' advertising. I
car will be delivered soon after July .
1, when the appropriation becomes 1 11 "-lIHIMIItMOOIMIMMHIMflttHMttimilMMMMi-- ) Phone for our Sign Designer to call and sub. {

available.The I : J mit a sketch.

equipment ordered by the TO : 1 No Trouble Us .No You.
WE OFFER YOU to -- Expense to
Bureau will differ radically in prin. I I
ciple from any in use. Instead of the i I ROYAL PALM "t

wheels, brakes, and other movable; THE MOST OF THE BEST

the the parts standard Bureau of the proposes weight car ;constituting, to as carry is customary a part seriesof of, :I BARBER Modern and Complete.SHOP For the Least III l Ii ORLANDO WATER & LIGHT L CO..I.II'

10,000-pound weights and a truck! _._It. _..
for moving them on the scales, in a i Everything new, individual ; COOK WITH GAS _
specially designed car provided with electric attachments at every H, '
a power crane and other accessories : chair. No atone has been left TenderJuicylVIeats I'* !MMM dM Arl6 8fi wwy l'AABbA fSWKMWQOQQQQMd

for handling the weights. The advantage unturned to make this shop ,, -
meet th erequirements of the
of this arrangement is that
You can always depend on getting the best al
; our :
the weights may be standardized and : most particular. Plenty of Subscribe For The Sentinel.MMtMtMttfHtMHtniHIMItllHIIMMMMtMtM
Courteous attendants. market and will find there is wonderful difference [ .
transported from one end of the room. you a I
j I
country to the other with a reason ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, $ in meats. I -
able assurance that they will remain Proprietor. I

is constant included, whereas in the if weight the running of the gear test! Orange Ave. Orlando, Fla. i REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER I
car it would be necessary to verify mi
this weight at frequent intervals.
GOING AWAY? Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
FLA. ,
LET IT FOLLOW YOU ON YOUR : U 1-2 day 1.50 ;
If so, don't forget to have the Daily .
VACATION- ----- I I I entinel follow you-mailed every day PBLON'D' 105 : ; Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

When leaving Orlando on your va-,, .;> your summer home. No extra .. 1-2 day 2.50 i
__cation, order the Daily Sentinel to follow -, .:rge. III'I'IIIIIIIII""II"I'I: IIIIIIIIIIIIII'I"II" '
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Despite the fact that little hope .
Louis C. Massey, President
was entertained for their recovery at
first, three patients at St. Luke's hos- .
T. Plcton Wallow, Vfc .Pm. Witan How* CnU
Howard C. Babcock Aw't CukUr Samuel A.Newell An t Cutter pital suffering from desperate injuries -
recently received, are now expected -
to. recover.
THESTATE One of these patients is Robert
Hilditch, the night watchman of the
E, 0. Painter Fertilizer Plant, who
was attacked and horribly beaten

BANK weeks while at ago.his post of duty several SAVING

The second patient is L. C. Woods,
who fired a revolver through his bodyin
a local hardware store recently,
of OrlandoTHE and the third is Dr. C. P. McCall, of
Apopka, who either fell or jumped
from the third or fourth story of the ,
Everett Hotel Saturday night.-
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND Times-Union. Merely a number oi people ho arrange to systematically

sale certain odd pennies each seek with the positive assurance
BURIED ON TUESDAYMr. that they will receive a check two weeks before

The Bank which transacts more business than Christmas for every penny they have sa\ed.
Joseph A. Morris, aged sixtyone :
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa years, died at 8 o'clock Sunday :

night at the residence of his brother, :
X. C. Morris, 121 Forrest avenue, M!
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up where he had been living since he :

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound left his former home in Clarkston, : You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- Ga., a short while ago. :
He was at one time a mer- .
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis chant. Surviving him are his wife; : The 2 cents the first r)

three brothers, M. C., J. II. and T. S. : $11
reuected in the large amount of deposits. week "club" nets you .-..
Morris; and two sisters, Mrs. William :
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Boyd and Mrs. H. C. Bond. .

The funeral will occur at 11 o'clock :
Tuesday morning from Cedar Grove :
; FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur church, near Conley, Ga., with inter- :
ment in the churchyard. The Masonic I WHILE !
lodge of Clarkston will be in charge :

correspondent banks are located in every part of i of the services.-Atlanta Journal :

18th. I I Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the I
LUCERNE THEATRE THURSDAYMr. : or better still join some club now.
United States.
Magruder wishes to announce I
that Thursday is Children's Day at :
OUT FOR GOOD ROADS ORLANDO'S BOOSTERS the Lucerne. His efforts are to please :
all children as well as adults. So tomorrow : The Peoples National Bank

One hundred good roads boosters Tampa will give its most cordial between the hours of three :
will arrive in this city about 4:30 welcome to the boosters from Orlando and five p. m., every child under four- .
teen years of age will be admitted : "It Is a pleasure to serve you."
o'clock tomorrow afternoon from Or- who are to visit this city in the ,
lando, and while here will be shown a course of an automobile tour, not only free to witness "A Mother'sWay/ :
A beautiful feature picture told in
because they from
fine time. a neighboring -
, These boosters will leave Orlando city, for which Tampa entertainsthe two reels. Not only a motion picture fttiViViViWiViViVil JIMMMtlllliMtMM-*
tomorrow morning at 6 o'clock, stop- kindliest feelings, but because the story ,but a moral lesson as well; :
ping in the following places for a few purpose of their trip is to boost good something that will educate the child's ttlliilttltiliMtltlttttttltlliltltllMttlllllllMHMMMffUffft tftMtltlllrepe
minutes on their way, Kissimmee, roads and South Florida prosperity.The mind; prove a great benefactor to the
Haines City, Winter Haven, Bartow, good roads campaign met with mothers. A story portraying the respect :
Lakeland and Plant City. rebuke at the hands of the late Leg- of a mother and the care and :
They will be met by W. T. Haizlip, islature but it is "marching on" and love she has for her children.Mr. --
change, and taken to Manuel} Garcia's will not be daunted by such defeats. Magruder wishes every child in De dimesThe
restaurant, where they will be givena I The counties are working out their Orlando to see this wonderful picture : e
Spanish dinner. own salvation in this respect and it is and all mothers should avail them- :
They will spend the night at the well to keep up the enthusiasm for selves of this opportunity and bring -
Hillsboro Hotel, leaving the following the next two years, in order that the your children or let them come to the :

momjn for St. Petersburg, where next Legsilature may find public sen- Lucerne tomorrow. :.
they will spend part of the day. Theywill timent so strong for State aid for I
come back this way on their return good roads that it dare not ignore WILL OPPOSE ACTION :

trip Wednesday afternoon, and it. II most up to date Fabric for this
after spending the night here will Orlando is a good town and it is Washington, June 16.Members of I
I leave; for Orlando, not surprising that it produces the the "conciliation committee" of Pro- :
Braxton Beacham, J. L. Giles, Harry I kind of boosters who are to make this gressive Republicans who recently : Season. In all the newest shades
Beeman and other well known citi- trip. The town is building fifteen made demands upon the Republican '
zens of the Orange county metropoliswill miles of brick streets and, throughout national committee for a national : for afternoon and evening wear '
be in the party. In their an- the country about it, its spirit of convention this year, have decided as :
nouncements they state that they are progress is permeating, so that the I the result of meetings here Saturday :
out for good roads and a good time I farmers are improving too, and, as the and yesterday to oppose any action
and are taking the 360-mile trip with Sentinel says, they are kept busy set- by the national committee to effect

that end in view. They want to seea ting back their fences in order to proposed reforms without a party \ SPECIAL THE REST OF THIS WEEK
national highway from Jacksonvilleto make room for the city to spread out. convention.
Tampa via Orlando and are doing These boosters will find here a city

,what work they can to arouse interestin that is also growing along solid lines BIG JOB FOR U. S. .
the matter. This is one of their and a county that is going to eclipse
plans for promoting the idea. They I all past records by spending a million II The biggest job of guesswork in I
will talk and work for this plan in all I dollars for brick highways. They I the whole range of government statistics 38-Inches Wide
the cities they pass through. No plans will not find the brick highways on is the very one where full and
have been made for their their present trip, but we'll have them
yet recep- I accurate information is most needed, I
tion here but they will probably be ready for their future trips and they I and it deals with the two things com- :
entertained by local citizens.TampaTimes. will link Tampa and Orlando closer i mon to all mankind-coming into the (: Usually sold for$1.00perYard
together and make these visits of
world and going out of it. Just eight |:
daily Tribune.
occurrence.Tampa states in the Union make up what is j :
AX OLD TIME PICTUREMr known as the registration area from I
which anything like complete records :

J. E. Arnold has a picture taken The pastor, Pkev. Preston Boyd, is of births and deaths are furnished.I
in Orlando twenty-eight years ago, taking his vacation and has gone to These are the New England states I
that has some history to it and will New York city for a month. Pennsylvania and Michigan. Vital r FOR TH11 WtltlK III
be of interest to Odd Fellows. Twen- Rev. A. E. Douglass of DeLand, statistics of the other 40 states are
ty-eight.years Mr. Arnold lived mainly hit-or-miss surmise, worthless
ago will preach both morning and even- ...
at DeLand, and he and his wife with ing on next Sunday.The for scientific study of disease pre- 'I -;""' -
several dozen other Odd Fellows and membership of the Board of vention and other important social) I
their wives got up at midnight and Deacons has been increased to five problems. We do not know, save by j!

drove over to the river and caught members. The newly elected deaconsare vague estimates, how many children i! 49c 'Per Yard 49cTN. .
ate three o'clock boat for Sanford.At Messrs. L. M. Fuller, E. II. Gore are being born in the United States : -
Sanford they boarded the dinky and Dr. F. C. Boardman.The how long they live and how'many of ,
train on the narrow guage railroad prayer service Wednesday them might be saved by sanitary care j
\".rn ran to Orlando, where they evening will be conducted by Mr. -Newark Star. !jI ,
,' to confer the degrees on severala Chas. Phillies. I
,'a t:.i'Ues. The lodge then met in The church room is one of the cool The deep well proposition is one
:! ,' cond story of the old frame est in the city since the new electric I that greatly affects Orlando and when l P. YOWELLhe
1 ;:.i l'ir on the outh side of Pine fan has been installed, through the I the Hines senate bill No. 30 was be- .
,1 :"t.'t m whkh the Christian Alli- kindness of Mr. F. N. Boardman. fore the legislature, it was so drasticin II
,'nme...' its original form as to cause Mayor -
: :': pidurti .11- taken in frt ofuiy GOOD ROADS TOUR : W. H. Reynolds, Alderman J. B. !
.:! 1'our'\ '"j-t', a frail,:" ,tLtICL: Walker and City Engineer Ramseyto Big V/ bite Store
'j idl is the sout}, \\ :u: of From fifteen to twenty automobiles make a hurried trip to Tallahasseeto I
II. nt I : I anl: the" J ::1- filled with Orlando good roads boosters protect the interests of Orlando. j : .
l at f eat \i..: IIf left this city at 8:45 o'clock yes- which interests were vital to Ocala,| .. ..M443H- - -+++444+lF+fH+.44-S444-US4H.I.. IHHSHSSISUSSftIItSISI- ,: .. ..
.,'t he. "ch! : is ; \" ,' tla' terday for an overland trip to St. and many other places. The bill as | ----- -'- ----------- --------- -
.1 ,)r of :.;, hotel..t"o Petersburg and return by way of Kis- finally passed eliminates only "raw I PICKING COMPANY AT THE FAVORITE TODAY FOR SALE
':! tWI.' ""j the group quickly simmee, Plant City Lakeland, Tam- sewage," therefore not affecting Or- i --- -
i IZl-fl, i is :>". .\r1old and E. O. pa, Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo.I lando's sewerage system which is now I II Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish is noted for A Wonderful Feature Practically new Rambler 'ij ti
I . .. .. . .Gem
', both whom then lived at, There were about sixty people in the being installed.-Miami Metropolis. her epigrams. Her latest epigram to; "Confidence" ,bile, equipped with Presto i
::11 d. crowd and they will spread the gospel I be quoted in New York was a remark; A Wonderful Story (curtains, windshield, eft pj
.\ if the Odd Fellows remember. of good roads along. the way and endeavor Senator H. J. Drane of Lakeland, !' which she addressed to a young ma- '"More Haste, Less Speed" .. .. .Imp (dock, bumper, spare wheel .... -a
t!.,. Baking of this picture and the i to get better acquainted with! President of the State Senate, has I tron who is at the same time ultra- :. A'Laugh Provoking Comedy tire, tube and complete sat taceessoriec. ,/, d
,I !.,t.is surrounding it. the wide-awake citizens of all the returned to his home in that city from exclusive and ultra-sharp-tongued. "Eph's Dream" . . . Powers :, .
towns as they pass through. Tallahassee making the trip through "My dear," said Mrs. Fish to this A Screaming Darktown ComedyTOMORROW'Souvenir A Also has auto trunk wth; taro suit I Ieates
V monster Fourth of July eetebra- The personnel and itinerary was the State in his Rambler cross country young woman, "pick your company, : Day- I for touring. Reason for
Ma will be heW in Fort Meade underof about the same as was printed in the car. He was accompanied by Ms but don't pick them to pieces."-New! Great 'feature m two parts will be .ing have no further use for sell.
tta MtpKes toe Fort bade Boardof !I t, Sentinel Tuesday morning. wife, daughter and two friends. York Tribune. &OWIL: "In a Woman's Power, (Imp) car
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