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 19, 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
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
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Direct Service, Postal Telegraph until 2 a. m. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Orlando-Progressive Center of the State(
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Special to the Sentinel.Washington i,
men at night and three duringthe Tampa, Fla. June 18.-To the ques- Washington, June 18.-Probably At a well attended meeting of the': Springfield Ill., June 18.-Two

day are guarding the grave of the tion, asked by some, even in Orlando,' the most radical and far reaching ex- Directors of the Orange County Fair'!r bandits who held up the Diamond June 18.--Former
President Taft and
late E. 0. Painter in Evergreen Cem- "What will come to Orlando by this I tension of the food and drugs act Association, held in Orlando yesterday i| Special of the Illinois Central in a several ex-1enae

etery to prevent the body being stolen booster trip" We found an abundant since its enactment was made today afternoon, it was decided to embrace ] spectacular: manner, cowed the pas- tors were woven into a web of Documentary -

by ghouls, six of whom are reportedto answer in an editorial in the Tam- when Secretaries Houston, McAdoo the counties of Lake, Volusia, ; sengers, fought off a hastily organ- evidence by the lobby which
has been
be in the city with the intention of pa Tribune, which we received at Kis- and Redfield, charged with enforcingthis Osceola, and Seminole and invite them ized possee and applied at least six manipulating affairs* in

tunneling into the grave and carryingoff simmee yesterday morning, and evi- statute, ruled that meat and to join with Orange and have a Sub- ;! charges of dynamite to the "through" Washington and were shown to lave

the remains for felonious pur- dence of good of the trip to Orlando : products in interstate or foreign com- Tropical Mid-Winter Exposition.The afe, were ill-paid for their daring been in daily correspondence with officials -

poses. Mrs. Painter also is spending and, for that matter, to the State of j I merce which hitherto have been ex- President, Vice-President and I attempt. The explosive failed to of the government. Shown

much of her time at day beside the Florida, has been in evidence in the I empted from the provisions of the Directors will visit the different : break the heavy safe containing $2-V; plans were laid to trap Mr. TaCt!unto

grave and there is little chance for enthusiasm of the people in every city pure food law may be seized if mis- Boards of County Commissioners and I 000. partisanship for the lobbying iijterej -

any body-snatching at presentThe and hamlet who have gathered about j I I branded or adulterated. Beginning endeavor to enlist them in this most- I Soon after last midnight, as the >ts. Members of Campaign Committee -

Painter family was informed us at every stop along the route. :jat:. once, manufacturers of meat foods excellent move. I train bound from Chicago to St. Louis were appointed and emissaries

that six men had come to the city to Little children have been heard i I will be required to comply strictly There is no doubt but what these : neared Glenarm, ten miles south of of the sugar industry told of actively -
steal the body, that they were detec- calling to one another, "to come along with the food and drugs act as well counties will give an immediate and here, a masked man climbed over the campaigning for portions on tim-

tives in the employ of a large New and see the good roads boosters." 1 I as with the meat inspection law. whole-hearted response to the gentlemen I;,: tender and ordered the engineer to portant committees.

York Agency, that they sneaked into There is not much doubt that just Secretary Houston said he could who will wait on them and make "stopper.; He did. Frank C. Lowry, general sales

the city in pairs, but that the eagle such moves on the part of the peopleof I.not understand why meat and meat tnelidWinter: Sub-Tropical Exposition i-I I As curious trainmenand passen- agent of the Federal Refining Company -

eyes of a local sleuth had detected this State, is finally going to call !; products were not food in the sense an unqualified success. gers pereed out of the cars to see is said to be one of those Conducting

their presence, and he stood ready to attention to the possibilities of Flor : of the food and drug act, or why his All of the members, Messrs. Geo. what was the trouble, they heard bullets the campaign for free sugar

guard the grave against molestation. ida and will bring to the knowledgeof I department could not seize bad, adulterated II. Fernald, C.1.. Hand, J. \. Whit- whizzing past their heads and were put on the stand late today, but

Instead the family called in the sheriff the people the need and advantages : or misbranded meat, once i it ner and A. T. Rossiter, of Seminole I I were ordered by one of the bandits the Investigating Committee being

and his force is doing the work. of good roads. had entered interstate commerce. county were present and were very : to stay in the cars. The other meanwhile pressed for time, did not elicit any*information

As foretold in The Metropolis yes- To say that the route taken today Therefore, he had sought the ad enthusiastic over the outlook. I was cutting off the express car. of importance.

terday, the reports of the examination enables the travelers to see the very 'vice of the Attorney General. A capital prize of $250 was offered After taking his partner aboard he Excerps from letters of the lobbyists -

which has been completed in Balti best in the way of beauty in the for the best county exhibit. I ordered the engineer to pull the express opposed to free sugar which furnished -

more by Dr. Charles Glaser and Dr. semi-tropics is safely within the I and grass, well cared for, make a The poultry department will be I car down the track. They proceeded the sensation of the day were

Standish McCleary, showed no traces truth. The level stretches l> rderedhere :thing of beauty of the park and that opened to the world. I some distance toward this read.Dr..

of poison as a result of the analysisof and there with cypress, hanginglike i, at small cost almost any of Orlando'sresidence The race meet will be the biggest city.The Harvey Wiley, the pure food

the stomach, is borne out today in i a fringe of lace against the sky; '1 streets could have this park ': and best ever held in South Florida. : first charge of dynamite aroused expert, was also mentioned as being
the of the the inundation of the rolling hills 1 I '; engaged by lobbyists for a course; ofIfifty
detailed reports analysis effect along their entire length, with some farmers, and after the second -
made by the two prominent physicians reaching a height, at times of greater ample driveways on either side. I WILL BE CONCLUDED IN WASHINGTON charge had been fired, they telephoned !i: lectures which he found he could

which was sent to the Painter altitude than any in any other partsof Kissimmee got on dress parade i in I i: to the city. Several officers not deliver.

family. Two reports were sent to the State; the sudden roundinginto honor ,of the boosters, and while no l jumped into automobiles and hurried

this city, one to the Painter family view of magnificent lakes, skirt : one knows what else she had to show i 1 Special to the SentineL 'to the scene. The robbers still were FIGURES OF AGRICULTURALPRODUCTS

and one to the National Bank to be ed by great orange groves, as fine as that she did not show, she did bring Charleston, W. Va., June 18.-The ; at work when the posse arrived. FROM THE U. si

come the possession of one of the local any on earth, and then coming at last out an electric fire fighting apparatusthat Federal inquiry into labor conditionsin > The daring robbers not only startedto Special to the Sentinel. *

insurance companies, in care of to the great bay itself, make a route, makes Orlando's equipment for Kanawha Valley, where for more fight the posse, but captured and \j

the bank, and Justice C. D. Abbott, not only the most direct from Jacksonville fire fighting look like thirty cents. than a year, guerilla warfare existed 'disarmed two members of it, one a Washington, June 9.-According, to

who has been acting- as coroner in to Tampa, but one so picturesque TVi0oro- arn' motor tnA milac nf tlno resulting in arson.___H_, n murder___ _n and____ _maiming ____n_- '.1, .Doliceman and- --- the---- other__n__ a- .npwsnnnpr._ .. .... the official figures of the bureau t of
the case. that inevitably the road apper- finest young grove -j; this sectionI:|I where martial law has thrice been reporter. When the battle became.r-I'too Foreign and Domestic Commerce, De-

Through its entirety the reports taining most to tourists, wintering in'' about Florence Villa, Lucerne and (I'declared and where tonight the fight hot they boarded the engine, which partment of Commerce, agricultural

show only negative ults and thatno Florida, will be the route traveled by' Winter Haven. These tracts of devel- between capital and labor is just as had been cut off from the express car, products, form but 28 per cent of the

foreign elements such as mineral the Boosters from Orlando to Tam- oped lands are only prophecies of bitter as at any time during the strike i i and ran it rapidly toward this city. domestic exports of the United Statesin

poisons were found. Bismuth, a stom- pa.To what the great citrus industry will 1 1 which ended shortly after six o'clock : When near the city limits they jumped the fiscal year 1913, against 51 per
ach found to the extentof say that this road is now good, cent in 1910, 62 per cent in 1900, 75
specific, was mean to the future growth of Florida. this afternoon, when adjournment was ;, from the engine and fled.
one-half a grain. It was also would be to deliberately lie. If sixty Bartow, too, is a goodly quiet place.Its 'taken! by the sub-committee of United' The agent of the Wells-Fargo Com- per cent in 1890, and 84 per cent in

shown that E. 0. Painter had arterial miles of the one hundred and four- public buildings and general air States Senate Committee on Educa- pany here said the local safe, which 1880. This change in the percentge

sclerosis, or hardening of the arteriesto teen miles we passed over was in as bespeaks refinement and contentmentno tion and labor which has been conducting was blown open, contained about $500 which agricultural products form of
good condition as miles of the' I the total exports is due not to actual
forty an -
some degree. The latter conditionwas the that
and this
great strenuosity; no' such possibilities investigation since amount would cover the
discovered as a result of the road was, it would make a road fairly i as Orlando has, but a good the tenth of the present month. loss. decrease in the value of that classof
pathalogical examination of the brain worthy of being advertised to the merchadise sent out of the country,
:I kind of a town and one the State This evening Senator Swanson,i I!
worjd as fit for travel. The fact thata but to the much larger increase in
heart and kidneys made by Dr. Mc- Martine '
i, may take pride in. and Kenyon left for Wash- BOOSTERS IN ST. PE'fESpecial ,
legislature could sit for the value of manufactures exported.The .
Cleary and while the of the sixty long
presence I Lakeland shook hands with us i ington. Senators Borah and Shields
disease was quite apparent in the an- days and not so much as have men-:I some six or seven miles on the road preceded them. The investigation to the SentinelSt. value of agricultural products

alysis, it is thought it could not have tioned at its sessions the subject of before we reached the goodly city. will be concluded at Washington. Petersburg, June 18.-The Or- shows an actual gain of from 691 mil
been far enough advanced to have good roads, shows that something is lion dollars value in the fiscal year
I( Lakeland has possibilities; thrift is inI : I lando Boosters left Tampa this morn-
in the State. This 1880, to approximately millionin
will ; 1,200
caused death. wrong wrong I evidence; the streets are being well 'LEGAL BATTLE OVER MESH BAG : ing for St. Petersburg, Clearwater,
The report which consisted of ten never be gotten over by people going paved for miles with brick; her parks i I i!. Largo and Pass-a-Grille. We found 1913, the figures for 1913 being
these miserable roads and slightly in excess of those of
over then
typewritten pages showed the care- :, are large and vary from the rest I i Special to the Sentinel. ; decidedly I the best roads that we have any

fulness and exactness used in makingthe writing for the papers and declaringthe j place in the heart of the town to a j New York, June 18.-A legal battle'I been over from Tampa to ClearwaI earlier year, showing an increase of
roads to be excellent. It be about 70 per cent over those of 1880.
analysis and records every step can large commanding one without the 1 to save Mrs. Randolph Fitzhugh, a..!I I ter. We found the worst road in the
said, that not mile of the road from I On the other hand manufacturers ex-
taken by the physicians, from the city overlooking the country and its Southern woman, who plead guilty !1 j! world from Largo to St. Petersburg.
Jacksonville to Tampa, but with good I ports amounted in 1880 to 112 mil
time the organs reached Baltimore beautiful lakes for miles. Lakelandis j Monday to the theft of a mesh bag: The peninsular at St. Petersburg i is
material could be built into lion dollars and for the current
until the oath was taken before a no as good like Orlando in one particular, i it 1 from a prison cell started today with about five miles wide and about the year
road as is to be found anywhere and I will approximate 1,200 million, an ii&-
tary public.-Jacksonville Metropolis has some of the worst roads in Polk I!the arrival in New York of Fred M. only good road to St. Petersburg i ia is
that too, at as small cost as roads .. _. __ __ ''Kir crease of over 800 per cent, against a
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vv/uuvj YYill tuc "VIY.j iiuuta, PULL v/r- 4 Q ".VUIIIICllil OJ IIIUgWU a\- "'J ""'
can be built in any State in the Un-l' i gain of about 70 per cent in exportsof
'lando has some of the worst roads in torney. Mr. Dalton would not state St. Petersburg Board of Trade
ion. agricultural products. The term"manufactures"
Orange county within the city limits however, who was financing the expensive entertains the Boosters handsomelyand
Vienna, June 17.The Bulgarian The writer does not believe that amore |-perhaps the limits of both citiesare legal battle to be fought in tomorrow the Boosters will be the include the groups
beautiful section can be found "manufactures for further use imanufacturing"
government has accepted the demob- too large. preventing the cultured young woman guests of the citizens of Clearwaterat
than that from Altamonte to Orlando and "manufactures
ilization proposals made by Servia The reception given the boosters by from being sent to Bedford Home to- a picnic.
and yet in the section about Winter!' ready for consumption," but omits
and Greece
according to
today'sNeue the City of Tampa was handsome in- morrow. Everybody happy and believeing
Freie Preese. The condition is Haven and Lucerne, man has done so I deed. The dinner given Tuesday evening During the afternoon the assistant Orange county and Orlando are in the the group "foodstuffs" partly or wholly
much in conquering the land and in 1 manufactured, some of which latterare
made, however, that joint garrisons i bespoke the kindness, generosity 1 1i district attorney, for the press, talked center of the stage. ,
included in the above total of
developing hundreds of acres of fine ag-
composed of equal numbers of the I i and public spirit of a great people of I i with Mrs. Fitzhugh, but the nature of
soldiers of the states concerned be groves, that the possibilities of the ; ricultural products exported.
a great city. : their conversation was not disclosed. PELKY ON TRIAL .
placed in disputed territory before State seem to vie with the beautiesof I I I I
Tampa is destined to have a conspicuous -,
every I'I
demobilization begins. Bulgaria also place in the commercial life 'I BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG Special to the Sentinel.

demands that all parties submit to is hard to understand how the I of the United States. Her situation LEAGUES Calgary, Alberta, June 18.-The : Special to the Sentinel. Ti

the arbitration of the Russian Emperor development of the State has pro- I makes her imposing. Her water ways I Special to the SentineL trial of Arthur Pelky on the charge

on the basis of the treaty ex- gressed so splendidly and the road ,,, put her in easy competition with the I National of manslaughter in connection with I i i I The Underwood tariff bill as

isting before the Balkan war broke building has been so neglected. If !!i marts of trade the world around. I Boston, 2; Pittsburg, 1. the death of Luther McCarty, opens ,amended by a majority of memberof
Senate Finance
boosters 1 Committee will
tut. for roads could go out from I When one travels over the State,i Philadelphia, 0; Chicago, 4.New tomorrow morning. Tommy Burns
be considered in
every town in the State talking roads he sees so _manv___ nossihilitips.. fnr__ ovorv....... vi C,- 7?, finr-inn-iti'_ ...... .. said he was cure Pollrv. wrml/1. Ko caucus
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HEAT WAVE CONTINUES and nothing else and thereby could r1. I andth i : ; Friday morning at ten o'clock. ,
section that the prodigality of wealth Brooklyn, 8; St. Louis, cleared charge against himself '
Washington, June 18.-The heat;, arouse the people to the importance that nature has favored this State AmericanSt. I scheduled for trial at the fall I It was definitely decided that coun
wave prevailing from the Rocky of the subject, the cost to each com with enables I I tervaling duty should not be placed
every section to enjoyto Louis, 1; New York, 5. assizes stopped. Burns is negotiating
Mountains to the Atlantic coast munity would be insignificant as compared the fullest, its natural advantages j Detroit, 6; Boston, 7. for a fight for Pelky in Australia on meats and live stock, which two
promises to continue for the I to the benefit each community'would I I weeks ago were placed on the free
next without detriment to any other sec-$ Chicago, 9; Philadelphia, 5. within the next three months. list.

forty-eight hours. receive. tion. In fact, the development of one I Cleveland, 4; Washington, 0. i

Relief may be expected in the MidI I Hillsboro county is preparing to contributes to the development of!i Southern I HOLY CROSS CLOSES SEASON

dIe Atlantic States for which slightly !: spend one million dollars on brick all. Memphis, 6; New Orleans, 2, called VALLEY FORGE MONUMENT UNVEILED -'
lower temperatures tonight and! roads; when completed these brick We have seen no town as backward! end, 7th for New Orleans to catch I Worcester, Mass., June 18.-Holy

Wednesday are forecasted. Today!i' roads will be among the best assets of'' in public parks and in good roads asj! train. Cross closes its baseball season today
I I Special! to the SentinelPhiladelphia
promised high temperatures almost : this great county, and she has many Orlando is, that possessed anything: Mobile, 4; Montgomery, 3. with a game here with the fast play- Pa., June 18. Miss''

everywhere east of Denver. I riches in mineral and water and soil. '!worth mentioning. Neither have we 1 Birmingham, 2; Chattanooga, 1. ing University of Hawaii team. Mur- : Margaret Wilson, daughter of-President -

A brick highway from Jacksonville ] seen any posibilities for a public park I II Nashville, 3; Atlanta, 3, nine innings ray, the diminutive Philadelphia I Wilson, this afternoon unveiledthe

NORTH DAKOTA BANKERS MEET:and Orlando to Tampa, would make,i!I such as is around Lake Eola, nor have -called account darkness. pitcher, was slated to do the mound monument erected
Grand Forks, N. D., June 18.With! one of the most attractive and one,;I we seen anything potentially as fine Carolina work for Holy Cross. Valley
many Western and Eastern bankers' of the most traveled roads in this the I Forge, on the site occupied by New
i i as Country Club and golf links at Charlotte, 5; Greensboro, 2.
I Jersey of Conti-
present and Detective W. J. Burns,]:'country and would, in a few years,I Orlando. We did see at the progres- Durham, 6; Raleigh, 2.AshevilleWinstonSalem. DEPORTED FROM LONDON nental Brigade during Infantry the memoriable

stated as one of the speakers, the 1 pay for the cost of construction from sive town of Loughman, a stretch of, rain. winter army of 177778.

North Dakota Bankers' Association I I the tax on the vehicles that would road about on a par with parts of the South Atlantic Special to The Sentinel t'.i
opened here today. Crime in connec- pass over it. road from Orlando to the Country I Charleston, 6; Jacksonville, 3, first New York, June 18.-Geaza Kline, FOURTEEN INNINGS *-" '

tion with banking will be discussedas To get back to the dots taken by I I Club. When Orlando gets in earnest game. Charleston, 0; Jacksonville, 4, a notorious European fencer was de- Special to the Sentinel '

a feature of the meeting.The the way-Kissimmee has a beautiful about utilizing her natural resources, second game. ported from England today. He is Cambridge, Mass., June 18.-Har-

park in the middle of her main street I she will have anything skinned we I I Albany, 9; Macon, 0, first game. suspected of being receiver of $100-I yard took the second of the annual

finest of stationery, Curtis &: with a fine drinking fountain at one I have seen in our travels or anything Albany, 7; Macon, 12, second game. 000 worth of loot, the last big jew- 1 series with Yale today; score four to

O'Neal, next to Postoffice. end of this park. Shade trees, palms we believe in the State. Columbus, 0; Savannah, 1. 'elry robbery in London. i three-fourteen innings.



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They that wash on Monday have all

They that the much wash week awry on Tuesday to; dry; are not so Gifts to Please I II Bargains! Bargains!! \

They that wash on Wednesday are not I
so much to blame;
They that wash on Thursday wash to I Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
their shame; May be safely purchased from I Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
They that wash on Friday wash for and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of eyer)'.
very need; body. All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.
They that wash on Saturday, 0, theyare us where everything Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
bad indeed. Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
Gingham, from 98c up.
STATE NEWS guaranteed. Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
from 25c up.Ladies' .

A third story addition will be made I "- Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
styles, sizes and colors, from 98c
to Hotel Pinehurst at Daytona Beach
Dry Goods at a special reduction.
this summer.A Allen & Co.I I Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.Ladies' .
and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
rousing good rally was Hats from 25c up.Ien's .
held in Brooksville last Thursday. A
) Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
picnic dinner was enjoyed and a num-
I Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
ber of fine speeches made. Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.

JEWELERS i Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up. ,
Fire late Thursday afternoon in i Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
Cortez Completely destroyed the garage '
J and colors, from 50c up.
and all its contents, includingthe Boys' Pants from 23c .
Orlando Florida up.Men's r
motor car of I. C. Garble, the all
and Boys' Bathing Suits, sizes, from 48c up. :
carrier of the mail between Cortez: I II Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up.
and Bradentown. No insurance. I low in addi-
Notwithstanding our exceptional prices,
1 i i I tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybody T
Nearly one hundred delegates arc I'' I I ; who trades with us.
expected to meet in St. Petersburg,i!I I I We want your trade and we assure you that we will _
June 24 to 26, to attend the annual! Our Repair Department at I give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee 1 x.
district convention of the Woman's I satisfaction or your money refunded. Come and
Missionary Society of the Tampa District -I convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
of the Florida Conference of the i> your service always. i If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store. Agent for the Snow Shoe.
Methodist church, South.

!\I i fi. Kanner's New Bargain Store, Orlando
John A. Lynch of Jacksonville was I ,

honored Richmond at a the few convention days ago by held being in''i--- ---- --------- -- -- -- : :!-::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::iMHIMIMMfHIMMMMMHIM _

elected as fourth vice-president of the, I
Travelers' Protective Association. The I I
Everything in DrugsWE t-s-ssi'ste siuiisii e s isssos s iiissssi-s-i# -
next convention will be held in Houston -


Mrs. Jomes Masters, one of the DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST

prominent residents of St. John's 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
county, passed away at her home in Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne 4
Anastasia island late Friday after- Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. THE CAR ,
noon.She was the wife of James Mas-
We want to get everybody in the habit of spending THAT EVERYBODY
ters of Elkton, who is numbered
a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
among the leading farmers of that ; ;
country. cerne. IS TALKING

Forty-five residences and five brick
business houses have been erected in
Bonifay within the past thirty .
months. Bottling works ,a moving The Best EverIMMIMMMMHHMIIIIMIMIMIMMMMMMMI I

latest picture business new show there.enterprises and This a bakery West to open are Florida the for READ THE SENTINEL F FOR THE NEW MAGRUDER SEE

town is fast coming to the front. For your Printing; SAN U




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Manufacturers of Quaker oats are armies of invasion will cross
very much like some people's religion, the country this summer. The boys: CONTRACTOR and BUILDER 'I rnOM J [ I For the Next Fifteen DaysWe
intended only for looks and not for in gray will meet the boys in blue I Lunn rOICUTT[
practice. The picture of the frond: at Gettysburg in July. In September! REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. t
old fashioned Quaker on the outsideof the boys in blue will invade the South! ''I
the box is only intended to excite a and meet the gray at Chattanooga.! P.0. Box 624 Orlando, Fla. ; Who some Nourishing I will sell Lime at 90c :

gently feeling toward the contents ofI But what a different meeting it will Delicious I
the box and in no wise refers to the be from fifty years ago. The heroes . ....,,{".;: Manufactured By J per barrel delivered,
naughty combine of men who manu of war will meet as heroes in peace i.7trii r: 1 '
facture them. and clasp the hand of brotherly lo\e I" I' .1? ./ a I I G..O MAHON : five barrel lots.
The Supreme Court of the United,No braver, more daring men ever met I TRKQL9R. I : A
States will fix the standing of this on field of battle than when the blue ': 0 I t rll-Iplfl GUy1nG(?l' Successor to Terry & Pomeroy :
institution.The and gray met at Gettysburg and at 'JTCVAIUUmuicuumtnuurmiui TAMPA.fLU!
bill filed against the manufac- Missionary Ridge. History will never .PRnT MAIL ORDER JERyiCEj Subscribe for the Sentinel I' Florida Metal Co. I
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turerers recites: record more daring deeds nor more II I I
"At various times since 1888, the determined battles. But the accom !I :
defendants are alleged to have com- plishment of these men during the McNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING I
bined and conspired to suppress com- fifty years since then is the marvelof
petition. In 1889, it is declared, ten the age. The now close friend- I : I
cereal manufacturers, controllingmore ship between these once fierce sold- i
than 50 per cent of the busi- iers of war, finds no parallel in his-
ness, formed a pool. In 1891, most tory. Their chief delight now is to
of these concerns were absorbed, it is come together in friendly reunion and Crepe Goods and 0 Kimonos : : t 'f

a3serted, by the American Cereal pledge a closer friendship and a never
company, organized for the purposeof dying love for unselfish bravery.The I Iii[L[ II' [ i ::

corporation carrying on was the acquired pool In and 1901 later this burg and blood Lookout that flowed has cemented at Gettys-the]i GOWNS, ETC. tl c VACUUM CLEANER

succeeded by the present Quaker hearts of these old soldiers, and
Oats company from 50 to 90 per cent. bound together these states so firm- .. ..
"The bill was filed by United States ly that all the powers of the earth 2000 yards Val. Lace Insertion at 1 and 2 J ]ji
Attorney Wilkerson at the directionof could not tear them asunder. i!
cents yard at
Attorney General McReynolds. The young man of today may well per Have your room or house
Every article of food of any importance lift his hat and the young lady bow I I
and for which there is any her head as these old soldiers pass cleaned without dust or troubleof
great demand has passed into the in review before them. All honor to McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT
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control of a combine in restraint of the American soldier who does not I
I moving furniture .
trade. cheat peace of its victory.
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Miss Jane Hull, one of the fore-
most women of America, and a devo-': STANDARD 124 South Orange Avenue The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-
tee to the universal suffrage move-'! I I Ii
ment, is being mentioned as a candi-; i OPPOSITE POST OFFICE '
date for Mayor of Chicago, as the r ri I perienced man.
result of the Illinois legislative act-I I -
ion in giving woman the ballot. Miss' II
a great settlement worker!I I I
and has done more for the of!

city.Chicago The than Hull any house one person is known poor of that the I| I Brick I Brick I Brick II I a

world over. i

The, wife fact of that the Mrs.present Carter mayor Harrison of-i I! The PIERCE L[ ELECTRIC L COil' Inc

Our "sweets" are standards of pur-M
is I
Chicago, an ardent supporter of the BRICK
suffrage movement may complicate ity and deliciousness bj which you
can judge others. STREET
mayoralty matters. I Every chocolate, every bonbon,, : These Brick are better than Clay Brick
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This is to notify the public that my is sold here represents the highest and they are cheaper -- --- --- -- -
wife, Mary J. Reynolds, having left standard of genuine purity and excel.i H. A: 1 AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE
my bed and board, and not living as lence.A i Royston Those wishing to make trips for
my wife, I refuse to become respon- single trial of jour favorite con I FRANK HYRES I House Painting and CalciminingI business or pleasure, should see m.
sible for any debts she may make or fection bought here will convince you andguarantee for prices. Prompt service guaran-
Maker of Artificial Stone have had years of experience
to be liable in any manner for her that this is THE establishment to I work. teed. C. W. Willscy Orlando, Fla.
debts. always patronize. I my Phone, 360. 5-29 a
WILLIAM :i Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.ttiimiimimnHiiiiiiiHitiiimmiimniiiiii. I Estimates, cheerfully furnished.
REYNOLDS.146t I Drop me a card and I will call. i Money to loan on improved prop-
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The Daily WELCOME TO ORLANDO COST OF A COLLEGi: EWJCA- outlay of money for the erection and I j' I I IIIIMI '
South Florida Sentinel TION equipment of the plant. Cannot that
To employ the homely old figure committee be recalled from its somnolence -i'
MORNING AND WEEKLY that has been used so often, but never It is to be hoped that the figures and an effort be made to res- i.

-entered--at the ;:tffice at Orlando, more heartily than now, The Times recently tabulated at Yale, shoeing urrect the enterprise?
Florida u Secoad Class Mail Matter. says to our guests from Orlando that the cost of a college education, will Whether this brick-vitrified or "Little Four"
Tampa's latch-string hangs on the not be taken as final and beyond repair subjected to some other hardening L
SUBSCRIPTION RATES outside to them. They are cordiallyand for such an acceptance of them process-is the sort that Pinellas
sincerely welcome to our city; the must needs be a deterrent to county would manufacture, we do not!
THE DAILY SENTINELOne best that we, have is their's and as ambitious boy or hopeful know, but the idea is certainly an excellent -!
Year ... ............ .. ... .$5.00 much of it as they want. through the inability to most parent one and opens up wide pos-:
Six Months .. .. .. ..... .. 2.50 Tampa has always had the kindli- come up to their rather extravagant personsto sibilities for all parts of Florida I A
Three Months ... .. ...... ..... 1.25 est feeling for the pretty city of Orlando showing. These figures place- where it is difficult to secure close at I

Br news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents per ; the relations, both social and the total cost of a four-year course hand material for hard road build
*path. Daily and Sunday. business, between her people and necessary to the bachelor of arts de- ing.i -Miami Metropolis.
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found i ours have been, and are, of the clos gree at $4,370. This amount is divided -
Is tale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal's BookStore est character and the most cordial among the four years in the Some men boast by the hour of their
and Wright Brothers. I I description. It is a pleasure to us to following manner: Freshman year tender solicitude for their fellow men

We will appreciate prompt complaint if I meet them in our city and we wouldbe $1020, sophomore year $1052, junior -and then fill up on rank young on.
delivery is not promptly made by our carriers.I churlish indeed if we did not return year $1136 and senior year $1162. :ions. .1

Advertising- rates will be furnished on ap in kind the graceful greetingthat Now, the general average for stu- I
plication. we have always received when dents in American colleges, we should !
THE WEEKLY SENTINEL our present positions were reversed.As say, does not by any means MIMMMMMIMMMtftt
For year, by mail, postage paid.......1.00 welcome as they would be at I I with these figures from Yale. agree Some

Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. any time they are doubly so on this time ago, in a series of articles upon ulr Co.IHHF
107 Court Street Arcade Building
Phone 24 occasion, coming as they> do upon the colleges written by an expert, it .
the mission of furthering a cause to was said that the probable cost for a
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor which Tampa is pledged; the promo- boy's four year stay at college wouldbe

JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor tion of good roads. $3000. The same writer, however,
The Times has noted from time to showed that a thrifty individual, by Kerosene
THURSDAY, JUNE 19TH, 1913. time-and at short intervals, for they i the practise of economy, might easily
': have kept us busy in that line-the I get through the four-year course at Gasoline *
many and valuable improvements in of the American colleges at
It never gets too hot to swat the any a
fly. Keep busy. the way of better roads made by the cost under $2000; remarking that this
o City of Orlando and the county of is quite frequently done. LubricatingOils

Ask the man who says he can Orange. The streets of Orlando are As a matter of fact there are thous- AT HOME
drink or leave it alone to prove it. being covered with brick by the mile ands of young men who support them- and Greases
o for which the enterprising citizens selves while at college, and throughout -
have provided by bonding their city section of the United States Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent
If money ever gets to be a drugon every
for a generous amount and the flour- this feat is not only possible but feas-
the market, there will be a lot of r
dope fiends. ishing county of which it is the capii i ible. At the smaller colleges of the H.4H PHILLIPS & SONS

o tal, is keeping pace with the splendid West and the universities of that sec- II Ml

Self made martyrs, many times, roads that are reaching out to her tion the costs are considerably less
borders in every direction. than those of the larger eastern colleges '
like self made men, show defects in SUCCESSORS TO
workmanship.The Tampa has something in the way but tuition in all American colleges PHONES {jg
a of paved streets to show our visitorsof l is low. Books, too, and cost of

Sentinel is the "tie that binds" which we are not ashamed; but laboratory apparatus are now at very Orlando FloridaHlltllttlllltilMMM S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGE
the Orlando man on vacation to his our county roads are in a transitionstate. reasonable figures, and board can be -
home. We are about to abandon the had at a price suitable practically to iiiiHiiinitieiiiiMtnniiiiiiMniiiiiiiiiHiiiMJUNE
o ,old, discredited, so-called rock and to any pocketbook. The figures, therefore +
Nearly everybody is hoping for invest in a million dollars' worth of given by another estimator, - -- --- ----- -

rain except those at watering resorts brick with which to spread ourselves. who is considering the cost of educa .
-and they don't care. When that is laid, we will be prepared ;tion as based upon a general estimateof
a to make a better exhibit. all the colleges and universities,

Providence is kind; when the great The hearts and hands of Tampa'{''I and not confined to one school, are WEDDINGWhile
cattle ranches were broken up all the and Orlando are linked now; when I much more likely to afford a correct
cowboys got jobs in the moving picture those brick roads come there will be''M i impression of this subject He places
business. a more material bond that will bring I I the annual cost to the ambitious boy
us stilts' closer together.-Tampa I who is willing and ready to exercise "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
0 Times. and he that to seems to be his most active season June is always marked by its numerous
The that in economy at $400, says
report extravagance allow such to weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
woman's dress has ceased to be fashionable a boy $500 per year go
THE NEW will be all the for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed-
does not seem to be borne CUBAN PRESIDENT through college on
out by the facts.Fortyfour guarantee necessary that he will get ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to
President through. Nor need there be any occasion your friends if{ they are the principals, are very much in order.
o of Cuba is
We offer our magnificent metropolitan stock for selection, a
for him to feel embarassment you your
people have been killedin man of high ideals and enjoys the!I
I because of his enforced parsimony. stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver
Chicago by autos so far this year. respect of all classes of the Cuban )
Is the Windy City trying to break people. By profession he is a civil i I The figures of Yale, therefore, are smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the .

New York's record? engineer, in this respect like unto th hardly to be accepted as a criterions country.
oThere's first president of the United I for the United States. The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description
and likewise is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
nothing much more pleasant an expert agriculturistand
I inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make purchases with the feeling -
with all your
than finding a five-dollar bill that a soldier of high standing THAT BRICK FACTORY PROPOSITION
had the His uncle and assurance that you are getting the greatest value and the most up
you forgotten in pocket of an Anisette Menocal.1 I!
old suit of clothes. was an American citizen, a commander to-date merchandise.
: 0 and engineer in the United States
: in Pine-
They are proposing over
A Washington dispatch says a sanitary navy. It was through his influence Has county to manufacture their own REPAIR AND MANUFACTURING DEPARTMENT

officer has been appointed in the that young Menocal was educated, brick for road building purposes
treasury department. By all means and that he received his education i in' which reminds us that about three If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
let us disinfect the filthy lucre. I the United States. President Meno years' ago preliminary steps were pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
o cal graduated from the American taken for the establishment of a mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
One of these days print paper may Agricultural College in 1884 and four brick factory in l\Iiami-a Board of can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and gems.
become so scarce and expensive that years later from Cornell University. Trade committee was entrusted with Fine watch repair work a specialty.T.H.Evans .
society items will be written without He is a firm believer in American the important work of putting then
so many adjectives.If ideas as promoted and advocated i I
project on its feet and then it died.
o the United States, and will endeavorto ,
The brick that was shown as a
astronomers want to open up bring Cuban institutions up to his I j sample of the output that could be
conversation with of the i ideal in the institutions in Uncle i
one planets, I expected from the factory wad of an the JewelerOPPOSITE
why not try Venus. She would be Sam's domain. {'i exceptionally excellent quality and it
the more likely to answer back. His deep interest in this country as'!i was made of the sand and lime native ,
o well as his own, assures most cordial ''to this section of Florida. Furthermore -
"Marriage is better than a career," relations between the two n : the Board of Trade was cons POST OFFICE
says the president of the University tions. vinced! that the making of brick

of Ilinois. Foreign nobility who marry I I could be done at a cost that would EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.SILK .
American heiresses are agreed. Phone 24 and say"Send me the Daily make the proposition a decidedly at-
o Sentinel" ,' tractive one without an extravagant
When you find a man boasting of
his knowledge, ask him to repeat the I
Ten Commandments and tell you how
many states there are in the Union. I

Seminole, Volusia, Lake, Osceola
and Orange are five of the banner
counties in the State and a Sub-

tropical Mid-winter Exposition sounds ;/1

o ,
The young lady who is so generous pNrif
with the puffs in her hair must not For Day 9

presume upon the generosity of the These
are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is
newspapers by expecting puffs from
them.American. guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip- and

o ped and ready to run.
women are charged with !I
hankering after matrimonial alliances!j 1 1910 Cadillac Good Condition EveningWear
with royalty, but 704 Siamese women'I ,
have married the king of their coun-! $550.00
try. I I Io 1

Many a girl is as pretty as a pic- 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,
ture, but the frame adds much to the
picture and so the frame of mind
adds much to the beauty or uglinessof

the girl.Experiments. a 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cadillac Our Personal Guarantee

have seemed to prove Pair
$150.00 Accompanies Every
that a man may live on 15 cents worthof ,
food a day. The experiment has

not been carried to the point of showing 1 Studebaker "30" 1912, run less than

sooner that on he account dies ten o of or it. fifteen years 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800. Marion B. Ives

A woman seeks her fortune at the
door of a tent where the investmentis
only a dollar but she finds as much San Juan Garage EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORS.

excitement in that as the average
man gets from seeking his fortune in I Second Floorr '
the wide world.


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e r Specially priced at 49c, 59c, 69c, 89c, $1.00 and 125.

And the Satisfaction is doubled when it is tendered unsolicited, the New Maltese effects have been universally admiredand

AND WE HAVE RECEIVED IT. Our recent Specials have leave it to YOUR Judgment to value there. what has been far more satisfactory to us, have found

made us more new friends-new buyers-and new satisfied many purchasers. What we have left, and the assortment is

customers, confirming more and more by their purchases still unbroken, will be reduced on these three days as follows:

their recognition of honest values- New Silk
Regular $4.50 values to -----_____ $3.50

AS FURTHER INSTANCED FOR Regular $5.00 values to -------_____________________ $3.75

Black, White, Cream and Navy, Messaline, Taffeta, Chiffon, Regular $5.75 values to -------_____________________ $t.25

ann Japanese Habutai, etc., in one two and three toned effects. Regular $6.50 values to ---------______ $5.00
Thursday Friday Saturday Regular $7.50 values to _______
Specially priced for these THREE days at $2.50, $2.75, $3.00, -------- $5.75

$3.50, and $3.75.
SEE OUR 'YINDO\V mem AV. Ad.. .1.1..... nnr' .Ui\CIt."D".
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Mr. Earl D. Phillips has to I Ir. W. F. '
gone ? Armstrong returned last j MOONLIGHT PICNIC I: **+
WADE Fernandina, Fla. night from a visit to St. Petersburg.j,
A jolly crowd composed of Mr. and :
THE TUNER II Mr. E. T. Clyatt left Orlando yesterday Mr. Alfred H. Birnbaum, of Atlanta -i'! Mrs. W. P. Watson, )lr. and Mrs.I
ORLANDO. FLA. for Tampa. is in Orlando, a guest of the ,; *Crow, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lege, Dir.i : HE KOUR E BRAND L
I San Juan. i i!( and Mrs. Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs.
j Judge and Mrs. J. M. Cheney left I i Robertson, Mrs. A. G. Branham, I
Mrs. H. L. Moorman has gone toi:I last night for Hanover, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Thompson, Mrs. Misses Robertson, Holt, Branham and
Scarboro, Ga. j jI Hall, G. A. Klock and Leo Tyler, of, Iessrs. Wm. S. Branch, Jr., Marion LEADERJust
I I i Mr. B. D. Hiers, of New York, is in Daytona, were in Orlando yesterday.I;,J Ives, Blythe Watson and Jenkins Do-
Mr. I. M. Castleton left last night i: Orlando today a guest of the San I jlive I l spent last evening picnicing at

for DeLand. i I I Juan. The man's wife who always contra- ''Mr.; Russell's popular pavilion on Received, Another Shipment from Seeman Bros., !
dicts simply has a left handed way of, Lake Ivanhoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gillette of Lake}I Mr. J. Levey, who has been transacting agreeing with him. j j! After the delicious "basket supper" New York City.

Helen are visiting friends in the city.j) business in the city, left yes j the! party spent several hours most I Cherries Salmon, Evaporated
!terday for Lakeland. Sheriff Frank Gordon came up last happily in boating on the moonlit : Plums, Lobster, Apples,
Misses May and Mildred Holly are' night from Tampa. He reports the ,waters. Apricots, Pudding
the house guests of Miss Hatabelle 1 Mr. Orie Roughgardener, who has Orlando Boosters as being in excel- j Shrimp, Cocoa,
Hyer. i iI|been j in the city for several months, lent spirits and having a high old .MESSAGE FROM COL. BRAD- Peaches, Clam Chowder, Tapioca,
returned to Dayton, Ohio, yesterday time. !! SHAW Pineapple, Teas, Gelatine,

Miss Mamie Meisterman is off to!, Asparagus Tips Coffee, Barley,
Jacksonville for an extended visit with j Mr. Chauncey Holt has sold two Mr. James B. White and John G.j j Mr. Charles Lord last night receiv- Corn, Extracts,
.her sister, Mrs. Rickitts. (I IMr. valuable lots on Hill'Crest avenue to Kingley of Denver, Colorado, spent I ed the following telegram from Col. Celery Salt,
;Mr. W. M. Lege. Orlando real estate a part of yesterday in the city. Theyare I Bradshaw: "Arrived at St. Petersburg Spices,
and Mrs. Elijah Hand are I is continually on the move. looking over Florida and have I!I at 2 p. m. Orlando air still ini'
taking a vacation and will enjoy the, spent several weeks in various partsof I i all four tires."
breeze of Tampa Bay for a few days., As a window decorator Mr. W. S. the State. ;: This means that they covered the THE SANITARY GROCERY
|Branch is an expert The front r- :1 360 miles without a mishap. A good
Mrs. W. H. Gillette, who has been j}window of his book store is always at Mrs. Eva Stewart, after a stay of showing. CARUTHERS & GORE
the guest of Mrs. J. R. Davis, ;i tractive with new crisp displays tha six months in Orlando, left last nightfor I I Phone 200
yesterday for her home at e el|':I are an invitation to buy. her home in Charleston, S. C.j t I SEWER PATRONS 6 and 8 East Pine StreetMIIMHIiilUei I

Helen. !I Mrs. Stewart came to Orlando for the .IIIIII
I Messrs. W. B. Henderson and Charley Benefit of her health and has been i i! Attention is called to the ad. of F

Mrs. Gay Livingston, who, for sev !I Gibson, two of Tampa's prominent greatly benefitted. She expects to:;I D. Harvey & Co., in another column.
eral days has been the guest of Mrs. : citizens, arrived in Orlando at return in October and make this place I.I Every property owner !should read FAMILY REUNIONMr. i POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAt
W. C. Person, left yesterday for her'.midnight. They came by auto an dher, home. I II ,[and then avail themselves of the of- !I
home in Kissimmee.Mrs. ;I'win; spend today here. They are B ;fer It is a great saving to the prop- Charles Phillips is "a smilin' : the solicitation of many citi-
I l guests of the San Juan. : Dr. and Mrs. J. E.. Wrav were dP.I ertV'. owner and_ will___ r.rpvpnt. the.._ these days. He is enjoying a sort of:\I tens of Orlando, I have consented to
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l last family reunion, all of his children being 1 be a candidate for the office of Alderman
J. C. Howell is visiting friendsat I lighted evening to have their, streets from being in a torn up condi- I I -
DeLand this week. Dr. and Mrs. ': Roberta Branch will be pleased to I daughter, Nina, arrive from Macon,' !tion at frequent intervalsMr. under the parental roof at this I:! to fill the vacancy made by
take a limited number of pupils font Ga. Miss Wray is a recent honored: I the resignation of Mr. Seegar.
Howell will leave next week for the'North I
piano study, and is interested Mrs. Doctor Davis of Winter Gar- : If elected, I will act
where they will spend the especially j graduate from Alexander Normal, A. N. Walton, the clever repre- j impartially in
in beginners. Lessons given at and has been appointed as a teacher sentative of E. R. Squibbs & Son, den, and Louis R. Phillips, of East I i all matters and in the interest of all
summer. pupils' homes if so desired. J for the Sandwich, Mass. are here and these the people.
coming year, in one of the STew York, wholesale druggists, spent
6-19 tf ]public schools of Macon, to which !yesterday in Orlando.A with his daughter, Rachel E. and I S. S. GRIFFIN.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Patterson with '!
sons and Fred still members
i I i city she will return the first of September ti i
their son and daughter, are takingan Mr. B. E. Miller, proprietor of the:, after having enjoyed Orlando party consisting of Mrs. E. L. of the home circle, makes up the immediate -j ANNOUNCEMENT
outing by way of an auto trip. Favorite Theatre, has issued an for the summer. Ferran, C. L. Ferran, Mrs. Nicholsonand home, as house guests; Mr. I _
They will visit DeLand and other unique card, shownig the film expos- Miss Blanche White, motored to and Mrs. Phillips have Miss Ruth, i I hereby announce my candidacy
points. Gardner and Mrs. ,for alderman to fill the
ures as used in reproducing Osleome of Zell- vacancy made
moving Orlando
from Eustis
The Sentinel will soon have for its yesterday and
pictures and the smallness of the films I nearest neighbor spent several hours here sightseeing. wood. Yesterday partook of family by the resignation of Mr. J. T. See gar
a candy
Photographer Evans and wife left is a great surprise to most people. I Mayer, Galetin & Mayer, the reunion colors and it was a happy dayto subject to the election called for same
yesterday via automobile for Daytona new Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, who with and if elected will endeavor to fill
firm who
'I ,I will soon open the ice cream true parental same to the interest of the
Beach, where they will spend I love, enjoy their children city.
Miss Madeline Hill returned to her and confectionery store on Orange A certain amount of respect for i
several days enjoying the ocean 1 home in Narcoossee last evening avenue, has rented the room in the an old joke would seem to be all right and friends. Respectfully,
breezes. Louis R. Will leave for the northin GEO. A. BARKER.To .
after a delightful ten days visit with Arcade lately vacated by the pressingclub but that Milwaukee man overdid the
a few days. ( July 8-
Orlando friends as a guest of Miss and will make all of their own thing when he laughed for sixteenconsecutive
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Root, and little s Roberta Branch of North Orange Ave. confectionery. Mr. Galetin is a practical hours.ELECTRIC .
daughter, Mildred, have returned to Miss Hill returns home wearing not I candy maker from Chicago and I MARRIAGEAt FOR SALE
their home in Plant City after a sev one crown of gold, but several of I was formerly head sweet mixer for TREATMENTSAll the home of the bride's parents;if'new.'' Garage One tools steel of all kinds as good as
eral day's visit to Mrs. Root's mother, them, the result of the skillful work I the famous Gunther in Chicago Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Holmes on Pine with, crane to lift cars
a gasoline tank and
Mrs.Circle.D. C. Thompson, of Lucerne of Dr. Whitman during her visit in I Gunther quality and style ought to the month of June. Dr. Bennett, street, Tuesday, occurred the marriage six horse motor, one air pump pump,, one one
the city. I be good enough for Orlando. Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm of fir John Thomas Culbrethto steel saw. These tools are worth
Mrs. Mary C. Hamilton, both of
$500 but will sell at a sacrifice. Ad-
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PEOPLE When Carroll L. Riker made the I Business Boosters (classified adver- t pry
i tisements) received after 10 o'clock'j)
superintendent startling suggestion of changing the midnight, will be run in the "Too Late '
It the
is proposed by climate of New England by deflectingthe to Classify" column.

of playgrounds in the South park course of the Labrador ocean cur- Boosters of five lines, or less-ap-I

system of Chicago-that city having proximately 30 words-one time, 25.
order to the mingling :
three distinct park or- rent, in prevent cents; three times 50 ; one week j i I DAiaYt
practically I .4
of its cold waters with the warm (six daily and one weekly editions) / TAMDON'T
ganizations-to set aside as fast as ,' waters of the Gulf Stream, the public'i $1.00; one month, $3.00. ;
possible and as completely as poss- ;
generally looked upon the schtrr-3 as I
ible, all hard and fast rules relating!! FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger!'
visionary. It was not dismissed as
in which these places touring car. Large and roomy.
to the
manner I it seemed to involve an expense that 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY II
shall be used by the people. His pur- ILZi (
impossible, but at first dance it
pose, stated in another way, is to'': a let in Thornton Park, a nice'
would the of the
bankrupt treasury BE SATISFIEDWith
suburb in of the Carl "
make regulations for each playground part city.
United States or other nation at
any Jensen. '
suitable to the district in which it isj! tempting it. A Vacation Hint ,

situated. In neighborhoods populated j I FOR RENT-Nice newly furnised I
by the working class he is to open the]! But when the seemingly staggering rooms. All conveniences. Near in i I+ Before you buy a railroad ticket

recreation grounds this season at an: proposition is seriously recommendedto to permanent parties. $1.50 a week 1 i{ : for this or that summer resort, ?r .

earlier hour in the morning than ini i the consideration of congress bya up. Brick house, large verandas. 401 '{ "Just as Good" because the come in and look at our MidSummer {
enjoying the public confidenceto West St. Cor South. Phone SiB 6-17-6t j chances are 100 to 1 that the : "
neighborhoods where the rising hour Woolen line and let us make

is later. This, he thinks, will increase'the (i' such a degree as Col. Goethals does, OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision j "Just as good" is in reality infer '1' j a cool Summer Outing Suit for
ior. 'r- (
tendency of children to spend it assumes an entirely different phase. to the Northeast of the city and)I I you. i, Y:

more of their time in the open, as it [ Col. Goethals has proved himself a I still have some choice lots there. I I POINSETTIA I l A We make a specialty of Nor-

will enable them to use the parks as thoroughly practical man, with a rec- Carl Jensen. I II folks and will be pleased to ,.

be able to reach ord of engineering achievement in the I -I II : show you a few of our latest 'a
early as they may II
FOR RENT-Five room cottage with Ice Cream is in a class
them. In the case of parks contain- construction of the Panama canal i all modern conveniences. Garagefor { ALL BY ITS SELF. I I ; I I models.Hen's .

ing bathing facilities, administration i i which entitles his opinions to much i auto, or horse and buggy. Apply We make it that way i
weight. 515 i East street. 5-15 tf Pure Cream Sterili1A..J.Inspected i 711:f Fashion <
will be directed toward meeting the I I Shop
and passed. Man-
needs of the greatest number of per-!! Stated briefly, the Riker plan con- CHAPMAN HOUSE ufactured under ideal sanitary 1\(\iia
i Hand
sons. The gymnasiums will be conducted I: templates the construction of a jetty Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 conditions. Don't accept Building .

with the same view. There ,: upon the Grand Banks of Newfoundland West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc- I a substituteFOR .I I c Cor. Church and Orange Orlando r

will be less formality in the I large enough to obstruct the flow : .... .' \
manage- Ewan 6-12 .
I' liI! fif:) !
!; .-) : ::! ;: 1" L _
ment of classes. Each child is to be of the Arctic current at the point II SALE BY ""' = I ..' !
allowed to pursue his or her way as I where it mingles with the, Gulf WANTED-Place to board; in private -

far as possible instead of being hedged -I Stream, and to turn it under the i family in quiet locality, closein t
ill l
by rules or under constant correc-! warm stream beyond the "banks." If by two young men. Apply at Pos- V.W.ESTES&CO. \ ,.210
tal Telegraph office, between 12 and 2
this could be accomplished it is the
tion.As or after 6 p. m. tf ORLANDO. FLA.
the I theory of scientific men that the Gulf
our contemporary, Chicago
Evening Post, remarks, "This is what! Stream would pass on up north, TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE I EWER

the parks are for. They are for the! warming up British Columbia and Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly No. 3 .

people" It is true that, rules being I modifying the climate of the British used, one rebuilt machine and one

I Isles and northern Europe. second hand Underwood.Call .
for convenience, they should be employed -
I I \ II f\ i .
for the convenience of the__ Competent engineers appear to regard at my office and see bargainsin \ M&.M4fcllj I A M A A i_
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greatest number. The principle involved -I the scheme as feasible. The Typewriters and Fireproof Iron Irella LmSelSSot House connections to the sewer mains shouldbe

here cannot be regarded in'',: method proposed by them in a reportto Safes. C. S. McEWAN.
6-13 tf. made now. Sign contract now while jour
any local or narrow sense. Greater!I congress, of constructing a jetty .
-- -- ---- ( Sold in Stores)
latitude, wider freedom, less super-! over an area of a thousand square READ THISI street is being worked on so as to have street

vision, less correction-an understanding miles where the average depth of the
am offering my stock of groceriesfor Wear a corset made to fit you. Askfor
that parks, playgrounds,I water is 200 feet is very interesting.The sale at reduced prices for cash. a demonstration. Call or send postcard opened up finished. ,

bathing houses, paid for by the people -: plan is to lay a cable, heavier Every day is sale day till closed out. to

really belong to the people and' than water and lighter than sand, T. J. SHEPARD. SPIRELL.CORSET PARLORS

are for the convenience and enjoymentof I which the perpetual movement of the i
T.T.S. every-other-day-tf. 308 West St Cor. South. Orlando, Fla. .
the people under the most elastic'and water will cause to form a mighty --- --- ---- -- --- See W. L. COBB
MRS. J. VAN BUSKIRK Corsetiere
liberal of regulations-are con- sand bar, in the right location and of FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho-

siderations that should be better un-I the desired dimensions. The cable dist Church. Whole or part. Withor -

derstood in the realm of officialism i would be so treated that it would just without dwelling Address or wire.E. + F.D.Harvey&Co.
N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf t HMMMimiMMHMHIWE
everywhere. In recreations and ini I sink in the ocean and rest lightlyupon

pleasures the people need always to its bed. The obstructor would FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room PAY A PREMIUMFOR

be properly protected; they do not be anchored to support it against the house; large lot full of fruit trees. ; Phone 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.

southern flow of the Apply 308, Robinson avenue YOUR CASHBy
need to be policed.-Chi'a Evening,, pressure of the

Post. I'current, but at the same time would MMtttttlMtOMIIilMMICimiUMilMtttlliMIIMORLANDO
I have unrestrained vertical movement. eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and giving you MORE and BETTER
The engineers tell how all this can be Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. material for LESS price. We r
1! accomplished. Call 207 America St 5-27-lm carry in stock

I I Compared with the digging of the EVERY BODY'S DOING IT EVERYTHINGFrom
The following applies to Orlando as
i Suez and Panama canals, the laying for dates
| Automobiling,we are
well as to Columbus: "Editor Ohio open the brick for the foundation to
!J of an obstructor to couse a peninsula picnic parties, or a crowd for an inside finish-you can buy from us '
State Journal: Your editorial on this
to grow on the ocean bed looks simle evening drive. Call 360 or ask for everything you may need for build- I BUSINESS COLLEGE
so-calle4 mode of advertisingis
i I j enough to be at least worth trying.-I C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf ing or construction. We sell directto
to the point. For, though seem the builder.
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inelv practical. and good., the mode of I Wheeling Register. 1- FOR; RF.KT

distributing circulars defeats the end j I SHERIFFS NOTICETo Nice large rooms, furnished. Con : DYE LUMBER COMPANY ;

intended. Stuffiing circulars into mailboxes ; MODERN COURSES IN
venient for business people, also lighthouse '
Whom it May Concern: I' Gainesville, Fla.
chinking them into side doors,j Take notice that under and :>y \irlno of rn keeping. Delightful location I :I II i
P. o. Box F493
impaling them on fences or doorframes i execution the Seventh issuing Judicial; out Circi.t>>f the of Circuit tlouU("u-1 in and"'f with or without board. Terms very :; : I : Single and Double Entry Bookkeeping. Corporation .

littering doorsteps and grass!! for Orange County upon .& juUnwntnlereJ reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-!I No. 1

plots seldom fail to provoke the\in P. a Blakely cause was therein plaintiff pend'.n and* wherein l Ju'y P.Will.am Perrywas : tinel office. 5-22 tf i tllllllllllllllllllllllitt : Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand,

householders and turn both master defendant, I have levied "pI,1I &itd will NOTICEIn I : Typewriting, Penmanship, Commercial Law.
:offer for sale and will sell to .ne highest a:1.1oc'St
Money to loan on improved I
and servant against what seems a i bidder for cash at the front r ot Ir.e prop-
Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, Orange I Commercial Arithmetic Spelling and all
Circuit ,
defamation of the premises and a :i!court house in Orlando. Oran,"e County. Florida erty. S. Y. WAY. j County Florida. I
between the hours of ten o'c:ucd in the'forenoon
studied insult to owner or occupant.''I,! and two o'clock :J& the afternoon, Godina M. Land, I I Branches of Civil Service.
i upon Monday August 4th A. D., iOU, the LOST-Black ribbon watch fob with vs. Divorce. I ITo
The act itself arrays some one againstthe same being a legal sales day of the said court gold linotype matrix as charm. Initials M. H. Land. I

would-be advertiser or promoter.Not .i land the being following in Orange described County land Florida situate towit lying: I "H. M. W." engraved on side. It M.appears IL Land from: the affidavit of Godina M. 'I DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Land, herein duly filed, that she is the complainant -
long I had illustration Beginning at the southeast corner of the Finder return to Sentinel and receive I
ago a practical i I southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of reward. in the above entitled cause; that theI I >
of the deception and waste section 7, township 22. south range 28 east, defendant is a resident of Orlando Orange
has been absent Experienced Teachers in Charge. Diplomas
( north five and fifty-eight one-hundredtho County Florida, but that he
practiced by the bill distributor on (5.58)run chains west ten (10)) chains, south five NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS more than sixty days next preceeding this : '
the man who hired him to advertiseby and fifty-eight; one-hundredths (5.58)) chains Bids will be received for the over- date; that there is no person in the State of Granted and Positions Secured for Gradu-
the service of subpoena whom
east five and fifty-eight one-hundredths (5.58) a upon
this method. The circular was chains to beginning containing five acres, hauling and construction of rooms in would bind said defendant; and that the defendant ates.
is the of twenty-one years.
over age
that of a show a mile distant from more Also or the less.south quarter of the northwest the Court House for jury quarters. You are therefore ordered to appear to this
the residence into whose letter slit quarter of the northeast quarter of section Plans and specifications will be on file Bill on Monday, the first day of September Patronize Home Institutions.For .
eighteen (18), township twenty-two ((22), A. D., 1913, the same being a Rule Day of
26 circulars by actual count were south range twenty-eight ((28)), containing ten in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -I this Court.
It is further ordered that this notice be
ruthlessly thrust. ((10) acres more FRANK or less. GORDON, Sheriff. Court. Bids will be received up published for eight consecutive weeks, in the

"POOR C B. ROBINSON to the meeting of the Board of Coun- South Florida Sentinel, a newspaper publishedin Prices and Terms call on or address:
ADVERTISING. for Plaintiff. Orange County. Florida.
ty Commissioners on the First Mon- Witness B. M. Robinson, Clerk of the Circuit
Court and the seal thereof, this the 14th
day in July. day of June A. D. 1913.B. .
order of Commissioners.B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
By County
By M. A. Howard. D. C. rloo Bllsilles ll
M. ROBINSON, Clerk. (SEAL) [
GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA Attorneys for Complainant.
FOR SALE-New house and lot in

Colonial Park. $1150 easy pay- Money to loan on improved prop. THIRD FLOOR PHONE 597
ments. J. F. SCHUMAN,

Sentinel Office. erty. S. Y. WAY. HAND BUILDING ORLANDO ,FLA.MMimitlMMMMMtttlllMHillMiiMMMIIIII.

Regular DownpourOF IMMMmillMMMMIMMMtMM *

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BARGAINSj ) CEMENT"THE 0 entinel OSI ra overtiser

j g* securing your personal -

needs now, you can make more
am State Distributor, maintaining stocks both in .

clear money than by any day's Tampa and Jacksonville. Have just received in Tampa ,

152,000 Sacks requiring two steamers to carry, and will
work you have ever done Everything ,
have a schooner load of 13,200 at my Jacksonville agency FRIDAY and HA IIROAY Y

in our store is being sold about the 20th of this month.

at a sacrifice. This is the largest single shipment of cement ever

shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unloading SPECI.ALSI :

Be sure and visit our store. It or soon will be, ORDER AT ONCE for ship side

delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges.
will eventually pay you. Remember -

lookers are welcomed as politely ERED TO ANY POIlIN THE STATE vMlVn

i as buyers. lillIU[ MlyUSSESlAHLTOS t 4

i JELK'S MACON BRICK for all Purposes

LEGGS' Pressed and Fancy Brick

Brown & Lartigue BIBBS' Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster & DUNN

I Offices Salesroom, Wharves,

Men's and Boys' Outfitters W R Fuller Trackage Hendry and Knight and Terminals Yards
TAMPA, FLORIDAilllillltlltltltMIMimilMimilMMMMMIHIH Agents for Barclay CorsetsPLA

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coats touch here Winter last were of winter Garden week again for,stylish.A weather June a few. 16.Alittle days prevailed and I RlA ANDOgAK K &TRUST I COMPAN f'r': LHTIEIIEII l [ R [ I [ [

of the Epworth League
members, chaperoned by Mrs. J. G.I Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits 12000000. HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURES

DeVane, motored over to Wekiwa ,
Springs last week and spent the day.I Total Resources over Three-quarters ot a Million.

The many friends of G. T. Raden

will regret to learn of the recent I ... I Statement the Orlando Bank utir II PROGRAM TODAY"THE
doath of his mother, which occurredat Trait Cfc, at Qott .f BoateM .3

Tupilo, Miss. I
April 1KB, lilt-Tic SerI .
Mrs. S. T. Willis and son Caswell WAY OF A MOTHER" . .Broncho FeatureA
left Saturday for a week's visit to I atk AulTemrr a
stirring western subject, with thrilling battle scenes
her mother at Williston.
Mr. P. H. Roper and son, George, ...' AiLv Iii EliltCBtt .H.. "in two reels." Fleeing from a brutal husband with her
returned to Dania Friday after hav- I r n infant a woman is caught in an Indian fight. Her hus-

ing spent a week here with different band with her and she is left for dead. The baby is adopted ,
RESOURCES : by the Indians and
friends. 5 finally becomes chief. The woman .

Miss Marie Ford of New Orleans, ,{, .3'66 1ti LotBB and DUeouitf.....|>e,199.N1y conceals her past and marries a colonel, though secretly
is spending a week with Miss Mabel rMr j i Orerdraft* .............. tu.II mourning her child. The young chief kills a soldier and
is condemned to death. The mother discovers his identity -
Dillard. Real Estate, FnnitartBoaia '
.. t '; Ni and Wbtralfs Mat <<&& <& <&<& & 5 T&fbwts&tp.
: y. & 5s> >w -
Miss Lucile Stuart of Tangerine, a>J Thb s ..uu........ fNcfSq
W22e1w If ........ < with )ISS;)tae > AgdgL; > t toW and teOl&SSCash
I t t the fortress. In trying to appeal to her she
spent Saturday with Mrs. H. A. 01- ,. : y on hand and in Banks 336,267.61 '
a I is struck by a bullet, but secures a promise from the
I Ir.
sen.The the hotel here is '. na. .... chief to stop hostilities. lie is grief stricken when he '.
work on 4 Total ... .. ......1789,200.06 learns
she is his mother and buries her with solemn 1
progressing rapidly] and by Septemberwill
have a thirty-room hotel that will tD UABumzs I Indian rites. The story speaks for itself. Very: pathetic, t
and one that you will most surely appreciate. 1,000
speak well for the town. It is being ; Capital Stock ...........100000.00 pIe in cast.REMEMBER. peo
built of buff brick. Citizens are fur- Surplus and Uadhlded ,

nishing the capital.Mr. jf Profits ................ !4,1< L D. Jones, manager of the ', a i Deposits ................ 665.11BJ1 THIS IS CHILDREN'S DAY. ALL .'
Florida Citrus Exchange, spent the
week-end here with his family, returning Total ................$789160.08 ,
Mr J. H. Gregory, wife and daughter THREE AND FIVE P. M. DON'T LET THE CHID-

Gladys, returned Saturday aftera I i Deposit April 4,1913....1592,875.65 I REN MISS SEEING THIS WONDERFUL PICTURE ,
very pleasant vacation spent at
Dalton, Ga., with Arnold and Hugh Deposits April 16, 1913... a5lllJlI FREE OF CHARGE.

Gregory. I d States GftTcnBnt. State and Gouty DtJIIitIrJ Increase In 12 days ......$.72,21141 I1111111I1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
Dr. W. B. Rush, formerly of this I I L J I
place, now residing and practicing at 0 0 ..IIIIII.I..lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllttl.< *
Lake City, is shaking hands with old I
friends and expects to spend a few to HMIMIIHMMMIHIHIHIIimMMIMHIH llllll.I.IIIIIIIIII'

days here. THE MARKETOf
Work on the Vining building is go-
ing on smoothly and the structure will
W. M. SLEMONSBecause
be a nice place for Mr. Vining's bus-
iness when completed.Dr. Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH

Eugene Simms, E. R. Sessions
and E. 0. Roper spent several daysin
the woods last week fishing. summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We
Mrs J. W. Long of Sanford is
large stock of desirable goods. FISH AND GAME
spending a few days with Mrs. A. E. carry a

Jones. : WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GING- Kept under the best sanitary conditions. ,
The unveiling of the monument to
the late William H. Hudson will take
Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
place at the Oakland cemetery next : We sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by the I and pure.
: and $3.00.
Woodmen of the World. Sovereign
Rosenthal of Atlanta will make the : Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

address.Mr. : WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.

J. H. Mooney of Orlando was I, RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.
over Saturday on business. lie now I
owns what is known as the Deer Island :. We carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKET

which is consideredsome
nursery : Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
of the best orange property in .
Rev. J. D. Blocker preached to a
good audience here Sunday morningand HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It .

Sunday night. is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. 18-20 PINE STREET
Mr. 0. Olsen of Killarney, was over
Saturday and spent the day.A .
Phone No. 80Wwwww
fire department be organizedhere

next Tuesday night. The town
recently purchased six hundred feet W. M. SLEMONSmMMMiitiMMiiiimmmmmmmmmmiHiimmmmmmmi

of hose for that purpose, seeing the

need as the town grows. *W W&wLIGHT G ;'rir iGv W W W\ Qpppr >(.J"1
The clay road between Oakland and
i Orlando will be completed next week. THE
'This will give a stretch of sixteen 4iimmmmmmmmnumnmmtmniimmimmmmmmmMIF

miles of hard road as good as any in : PATH TO PROSPERITY I
the state and it is said it will pass I YOU WANT THE LATEST'IX
through as pretty, as healthy and as : J
wealthy a territory as can be foundin I e
Florida. I Merchants who use Electric Signs never lose I

The board of trade met Thursday I I their way by choosing the Wrong road to suc

for the express purpose of talkingover THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new i
a big time for Winter Garden on
the Fourth of July. A barbecue, fish HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR j customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

fry and basket picnic were quickly DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I

decided given to upon.all nearby Invitations towns and have several been MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY trade within its reach: That is the reason

prominent speakers will orate on different REFUNDED. I they command the attention of buyers.
subjects. Boat races and a )

good ball game, with trap shootingwill Store
I Every Owner I )
be a part of the day's amuse- I D
ments. B. Salomon OrlandoHimiiiMiiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmn 13C
The work on Lakewood avenue will No matter how small his business, the Elec- IJO

start next week, bids having been let I tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective I ))

to Mr. M. L. Griffin. This has been advertising.Phone .
one of the long looked for improvements I )
for the town, as there has been i nmnmimmmmmmmmmmmimtm. for our Sign Designer to call and submit I ) .

more or less obstacles in the way I S a sketch. OO :
when the matter was mentioned, but WELCOME TO WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us---No Expense to You.
in a few days the town will be look-
lag over the next largest lake in the J
State, Apopka, the Famous. THE MOST OF THE BEST

IIIGIIER-MEATIn BARBER SHOP !I For the LeastTenderJuicylVleats I ORNDO WATER[ & LIGHT C m. C, ;

Modem and Complete.
the slang of the day, vegetarians -
'"should worry." From Chicago Everything new, individual COOK WITH GAS :
comes the intelligence that the big electric attachments at every .
packers have decided to increase the chair. No atone has been left I \ 30<*f>f '\ftW eO 'J

price of meat from one-half cent to unturned to make this shop

one cent a pound. The time was probably meet th erequirementa of the I Yon can always depend on getting the best at our
I most particular. Plenty of Subscribe For The Sentinel.mmmmmmmmmmmmimmmim
thought propitious, the I
government .
room. Courteous attendants. market, and you will find there Is a wonderful dIffer-
bulletin of a few days ago on i
the of live stock I ence in meals.
scarcity having prepared I ELIJAH WHITEHEAD,
consumers for the rise in price. Proprietor.

And market yet doubtless the men would who control welcome the a I I I Orange Ave, Orlando, Fla. OWART & PIGUE REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER i

return to the days of plenty, for sales 1 I'3 I L I -- -

of meat have fallen off 35 to 40 per 3I| Horse and Buggy day $2.50U
cent during the last year. The jumping :I i BOONE STREET ORLANDO, FLA. ., .
cow is after an altitude record.- 1.2 day 1.50 :
Buffalo | If so, don't forget to have the Daily: ,
Commercial. I PHOXE 105 and Pair 4.50U
I Sentinel follow you-mailed every dayto Carriage per day
your summer home. No extra 2.50 .
Money to loan on improved pro:?- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiRead 1-2 day
rty. S. y. WAY. charge.

Shanibarger's for bicydei arid I i I Shanibarger's for bicycles and J. B. Magruder & Son : '
Sundries Sundries tf Daily IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllimill




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Oviedo, Fla., June 18.Chidren'sDay
C. Massey, President
exercises given at the Methodist -
T. Picton Wwlow VleU'rtfc a. halos How Cubist Church last Sunday was a suc-
> Howard C. Babcock Aw't Cukkr Samuel A.Newell.Aut Catkin, cess. The decorations were beautifulfor
which a great deal of credit is
due Mr. Cheeseman, who furnishedsome
THESTATE of his choice caladiums, ferns I

and ferns palms and ,cut also flowers.a lovely design of What is the H HI

The children went through their I
BANK parts showing that they had had

ence training was of present.the best. A large audi- CHRISTMAS SAVING

The Woodmen of Oviedo gave a
banquet Friday night which was attended -
of OrlandoTHE by nearly a hundred guests, a CLUB ?
number of whom were from Chuluota.
Wagner and the surrounding neigh-
I borhood. Great pleasure in the affair -
OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND was shown by all.
Merely a number ol people who arrange to
I This part of the country is tired systematicallysave
of the poor telephone service and certain odd pennies each week wilh the positive assurance
I steps are being taken to relieve the '
situations. The Sanford Telephone I j that they will receive a check two weeks before
The Bank which transacts more business than
I Company have placed new poles and i Christmas lor every penny they hale saud.
any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa wires between Geneva and Oviedo and }l
: promise Oviedo an exchange righuawa
but if this -------
) promise doesn't ma- j ---- -- -
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up terialise an independent company will'f

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound be organized by the people of Geneva,i| You can save any amount from 2 cents a week
Chuluota and Oveido. A meeting of j up.
banking principles with careful attention to the legitimate the representatives of these towns i

wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis was held in Oveido last Friday night j jfor The 2 cents the first

reuected in the large amount of deposits. a general discussion of the mat- $11
week "club" .BI-
ter. nets youIT .
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 Another Ford in town, purchased
recently by Mr. D. D. Dainel.
Miss Helen Lawton entertained the
FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur younger set last Tuesday evening

with a conversation party. WORTH WHILE !
Mrs. King had the Magazine club
meet with her last Friday afternoon.
correspondent banks are located in every part of Mrs. Crawford gave a vocal solo

the world and include some of the largest Banks in the which was especially enjoyed and after Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window' and let us explain it more fully,
the rest of the program, which
or better still join some club
United States: now.
consisted of the reading of Irvin S.
Cobbs' Roughng It, De Luxe, was
IIIIIIMIilllilMMMMMillMMIMiMlllllliiiiM finished, delightful refreshmentswere
TO-BE Miss Allison in her beautiful homeon The Peoples National Bank

wagon in which seven persons Lake Charm, Monday afternoon.
The Club de Martes was most were riding was struck by a fast train Saturday afternoon Mrs. Lawton
charmingly entertained yesterday by near Danville, Va., and the occupants gave a "Fake" birthday party for her "It is a pleasure to serve you."
the Misses Agnes and Willie Person hurled twenty feet in the air and nota daughter, Mrs. Jos. Lawton. Many
a"t their attractive home on Main was killed
person or seriously were the queer and ridiculous gifts re
street. wounded, although the wagon was ceived by the Honoree, and a number M
The guests were seated on the completely demolished.The that were not "Fakes" at all. A IMIIIMMM
broad veranda, and here they chatted people were their to :
on way number of games were played. Mrs. MllllliMllltttiMllllttllllilMIIIMIMMItM ,"MMMMMIHIIIMMrepe .
'over their needle-work until late in Church Sunday evening and drove onto Willingham Lawton and Miss Dixon
the afternoon when their hostesses, I the crossing, not noticing the ap were the prize winners. After the
assisted by Mrs. Waters Howe and proaching train, which was runningat refreshments had been served a spelling I
Miss Jean Person, served delicious forty-five miles an hour. The mule match was held which provoked a
salad, followed by ices. Then a huge team had just gotten across and the great deal of fun. liines
"Wedding Cflke" frosted in white and wagon was square on the track when Mrs. Allen of Longwood, was with
covered with email red hearts, was I the crash came and the empact was her daughter, Mrs. Hunt the first of
placed before Miss Eula Smith, who i so great that it broke the gear loosefr the week.

was told to cut and foretell the "for- m the tongue, and the mules took Miss Perez, of Key West, has gone

tunes" of the members. But to Miss .the woods. The cow catcher seemed to Gainesville, for a few weeks before ___1. ", "--J"1'". ,
. Smith's astonishment, the knife refused to scoop the wagon up and toss it in returning to her home.
to leave the cake, and in at- the air. The seven people were tossed Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brannon hada

tempting to remove it, the "cake"I! in seven different directions and most pleasant motor trip to Day- The most u top date Fabric for this
was lifted from its tray, disclosing !with the exception of some bruises tona recently.
dozens of dainty packages which had and scratches no injuries were received Misses Willa and Susie Dumas have
been most artfully concealed in an I not even any broken bones. gone to the latter's home in Palatka. Season. In all] the newest shades
iced cardboard box. Although overwhelmed The people were taken to the hos Mr. Sessions, Mr. and Mrs. Oleson
with surprise, Miss Smith pital where only a few days will en were of a party who motored over for afternoon and
quickly released the bright colored able them to recover from the hurts from Winter Garden last Sunday. evening wear
ribbons, each one of which was tied and nervous shock. Mrs. Oleson with her husband and
around some exquisite piece of handwork i i friends called on her brother DI r.
for the "Bride's Treasure Box," PESSSYLrASLCOUIEXCE- Daniel and Dr. and Mrs. Marshall
and gracefully thanked her compan- MENT Mr. Sessions is well known and yer)
ions for their sweet, thought and popular with the people of Oviedo, WEEK
pretty gifts. i Special to the SentinelPhiladelphia having been cashier of the Oviedo
The guests at the happy affair were June 18.-The simpleceremonies bank for a number of months.
Mrs. Harry Root, of Plant City; Mrs.J. of the one hundred and Mrs. Harry Moore and Mrs. Lewis
N. Merck and the Club members, fifty-seventh commencement of the passed through Oviedo Monday on
Misses Smith, Anne Estelle Giles,I University of Pennsylvania were held their way to Lakeland. 38-Inehes Wide
Ethel Dickson, Ada Bumby, Mary this morning in the Metropolitan Mrs. Barlow, of Sanford, was with
Robinson, Norma Gettier, Florida Opera house on Broad Street. At her Mother Mrs. Argo, last week.
Howard, Antoinette Slemons and Mrs. 10:30 the graduates assembled in Miss Dixon goes to St. Augustineto
Louis Dolive, Mrs. Joseph Bumby, Mercantile Hall, in cap and gown, and be present at the graduation ofMiss Usually sold for $1.00 Yard
Mrs. Irwin Dunn, Mrs. Thomas Broad- marched to the Opera House, where Ella Belle Jones from St. Jos per
water and Mrs. Leonard Bumby. Governor Tenor and other noted eph's.

guests were assembled on the prom .
WEDDING BELLS nade. The exercises were opened by AIR SCOUTS SMALL PAY
the conferring of the degrees by the -

Last evening at the home of the Provost, after which followed the oration Paris, June 18.-Emile Vedrines,
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. of the day by Professor Potts brother of the famous airman, Jules f FOR THIS fffl ONLY
Floyd, occurred the marriage of Miss Cheyney, of the history departmentof Vedrines, today received his salaryfor
Olive Bernice Floyd to Mr. Albert the University. The ceremonieswere his services as air scout for Turkey -
Norman Goodwin, of this city. Dr.J. brought to a close by the singing in the Balkan war, during whichhe
E. Wray performing the ceremony. of "Hail Pennsylvania," and "The was a dozen times the object of ..
Miss Floyd is one of the choice Red and Blue." the allies' long range guns. He wa
young ladies of Orlando and Mr. and Immediately following the commencement several times near death. Once
Mrs. Floyd are among the first families exercises, the annual election was slightly wounded when he fle hew 49c Per Yard 49c
of the central committee of the
of the city and while we are not over a Bulgarian battery. His work
personally acquainted with Mr. Good- almuni was held in the Opera House. was a great aid in many instances to
wyn, we hear him well spoken of, and I This afternoon, the old grads, from the Turks. The pay he got for his
we can at least commend his good various classes, who have returnedfor three or four months' work today wa
judgment in entering one of the best commencement and their class reunions just $400."The .
families of the held a costume parade oni "
city and selecting one Turks are poor pay, said N.
of the finest young ladies for a wife. i Franklin Field, followed by a baseball Vedrines today, "and I'll never work YOWELLThe
We can most heartily and sincerely !i I game between the Pennsylvania nine, for them again. They agreed to pay;
I wish these people *, and the team from Lafayette College. but
young a happ I me $10,000, when the time ca
life voyage together and commend gave me a promise of $400. Really,
them to the cordial well wishes of the MAKES RECORD FOR DEGREES I'm lucky to get the $400. They say; The Big White Store
people of Orlando. the commander of the scout cruise
Bloomington, Ind., June lS.-Four Hamidieh
the only Turk ship that did
PAYING BY CONTRACT IS; hundred and twenty-six degrees, the
anything during the war, is an American MltMMHMMIIIIItliMIIHMHMHMIMIIMIi HllillliMl
KNOCKED IN HEAD number given by Indiana
largest ever and that they have him
promised -------
University, were conferred at the
a fortune for his great work. I hope FUNERAL i AT THE FAVORITE TODAY FOR SALE
Bids for paving Tampa streets by ;eighty-fourth annual commencement he makes the Turks-what you call
contract the Board of The commencement address Souvenir Day!
opened by Public today. it-cough it up, better than I did. I -
Works yesterday afternoon, were ,; was delivered by Henry Wade Rogers, He'd better take a tip, as you say, Mr. C. C. Higginbothan, who has A splendid souvenir given to every- Practically new Rambler Automobile \
all rejected, the Board estimating that I dean of the law school, of Yale Uni- from me, and turn over his command been a long time sufferer from can- one attending. equipped with Presto lights, top '
by the city doing the work a saving l'!versity.s' after he has been paid everything due cer, died yesterday at the family 4 Crackerjack Reels 4 curtains, windshield, speedometer,,
of from twenty to forty cents per him. It's the only way he'll get it." home Southeast of the city. I "In a Woman's Power"Imp-a clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra
yard can be saved the citizens. A ; Will some kind railroad folder fines Funeral this afternoon at 3 o'clock.Mr. I magnificent two-reel feature. tire, tube and complete set tools and
bids were called for on 18,330 yards j new place to go for $32.18? A good WEATHER REPORT Elijah Hand, undertaker in i I "Hero of the Hour," Imp-an Imp accessories
of new work, the saving at an average many of the vacation trips need "ro charge. I laugh impellor."As Also has auto trunk with two suit
of thirty cents a yard, will total tation" as the farmers of their "
Local thunder showers Thursdayand The family came here last Decem the Doctor Ordered, Rex-a cases for touring. Reason for selling .
$5,499, an amuont that the board crops. probably Friday. ber from Esmeralda, Fla. Deceasedis I comedy full of laughs. have no further use for car
took strongly into consideration survived by a wife and three chil- Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10, p. m. Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.
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