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 20, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
oclc - 34297092
notis - AKR3406
lccn - sn 96027192
System ID: UF00087112:00044
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Related Items: South Florida sentinel
Succeeded by: Morning sentinel

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

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Atlanta, Ga., June 19.-Renewed verging onto a cyclone, swept over j j Atlanta, Ga., June 19.-Relatives :! The City Council met in regular /Staff Corree.ntknt.I Special to The Sentinel

interest in the Mary: Phagan murder Tallahassee last night, doing incal-I of Mrs. Barbara Dodd, a wealthy At- Cession last night and after the rou- St. Petersburg, Pass-a-Grille and! Xtw York, June 19.-Thousands $

mystery was aroused today by the an- culable damage to property, destroying lanta woman, who died recently leaving tine of business, invited any who Cleanvaif the places marking the persons thronged Hoboken's 0

nouncement that Mrs. Mima Formbythe the parks, unroofing a portion of : $100,000 to Mercer University and : wished, to address the Council.Mr. term f al i the Orlando-Good-Roads- waterfront

rooming housekeeper who is said the State Capitol and flooding many ; other large sums to charity, will attempt J. C. Patterson, as chairman of i Boo: ters trip, are totally unalike in Imperator today, to the get largest a glimpse of th&

to have furnished the local police withan business houses after tearing off the I to prove in Superior Court that : the Special Commit' f.om the. every particular from Orlando. About afloat. After she reached :eamshfp her

affidavit bearing on the case and roofs of the buildings. So far as !, they were cut off by Mrs. Dodd be- Board of Trade, pres ",/ : guest 'I!I these places is the charm of great the giant vessel warped into the dock

who disappeared some time ago, had learned, there was no loss of life. The' cause certain of them had refused a'' on the part of the L",aid for the im- i waters. Anyone who has listened to I without the slightest hitch, pier

returned to Atlanta.It damage will amount into the thousands proposition to kill or maim Dr. J. H. provement of a park on Lake Eola I the lullaby of the great ocean can the fears of what might despite

is claimed by the police that Mrs but the exact amount cannot !!i! Garner, :Mrs.: Dodd's divorced hus- and stated that the banks were ready but be impressed with the inlets, such account of her size and happen the swift on

Formby's affidavit stated that on the be stated until the outlying districts i band. These charges are made in an !I to loan the city $6,000 with which to I as the bay about these places, where'I tide. '

night the Phagan girl was murdered, are heard from. I j I appeal from the ruling of the Fulton develop the park. the great waters are tamed for the Those who visited the

Leo M. Frank, superintendent of the The storm broke about 4:30 o'clock,!I j i county ordinary, who recently upheld !i He was followed by W. S. Branch pleasure and sport and commerce of found that not only ImpCrator does the today

factory where the girl worked, at after a day of dead calm. It had been 'II the will. I and Dr. Stagg, who talked to the point I man. Water scenery has a charm Hamburg liner Hex

tempted to secure a room at Mrs oppressively hot. A yellowish greencast l Mrs. Dodd was the widow of Philip'! on the necessity of a park. The president all its own, artist and poets make it afloat as to size but surpass her anything

Formby's house for himself and a suddenly overspread the sky J Dodd, a merchant of Atlanta. Following of the Council stated that the distinctive. In the presence of mighty equipmentand

girl.Mrs. and everything seemed to stand still : his death she married Dr. Garner,|; matter would be taken under advise expanses as in the presence,of their furnishings hotels and rival that of the palatial

Formby disappeared immedi hum heard then from whom she was divorced, after a surpassing beyond
Faintly a was a Ii i ment and considered under the proper I Maker This belongs to these places''and

ately after the publication of an arti roar, and in a minute a funnel whirlwind i.petition had been filed by him i in'I II head. I more too, but when it comes toI I comparison Her that of all other.liners.

cle, purporting to give the gist of her swept across the city, accompanied ''North Dakota. :Mrs.: Dodd's bequest' Under communications, came the I I habitat when unofficial time across the
a man must do his work
affidavit. Efforts to locate her ''to :Mercer: "pond"was six days, 18 hours and 8
proved the will
by an avalanche of rain and University, stipu- : letter from the Mayor, vetoingthe and build his permanent domicile and minutes.
futile. She is said to have returnedof t'' lates, is to be used to create '
dust that soon became mud as i a memorial ordinance fixing the speed also have pastimes and his health- The
her own accord. It is understoodthat swirled through the streets. A severe to the late Philip Dodd. The I of trains at eight miles Imperator is a $6,500,000 liner,
an giving recreation
and his
the police expect to use her evidence i' hail storm followed. ; heirs are left comparatively small] > hour. The Mayor also returned the nature developed, then a zizzag aesthetic 900 feet feet in in length, 96 feet beam) 92-
height and
in the trial of Frank, under i the largest item being i accommodating
nhouses were whirled around, roofs sums $5,000 I ordniance concerning laterals to the with lines from Altamonte and Lees- 5,000
dictment for the murder. snatched from buildings, trees, ,- 'for a blind brother. sewer The passengers. displaces 50-
snapped unsigned. Council
took and
1 the'case no burg Apopka, Oakland, Kissim- : 000 tons. Her speed is set at 221i.
off near the ground and carriedon In gaining the right to carry further action these
on matters, but mee, Orlando, Winter Park and on to knots an hour.
YALE-HARVARD BOAT RACES with the swift crushing cylindarof ,' to the Superior Court, Mrs.'Dodd's laid them on the table until next I the St. Johns River, will include a ter

air mud and rain. relatives attacking the wild 1 I
regular .
meeting.Communication for
ritory health, climate, productive-'I I
Special to the Sentinel. will charge that she to BRYAN CONSENTS TO LECTUKK
All the electric light, telephone an attempted get i i i
was read from ness, beauty, variety of flora and .
New London Conn. June 19When
telegraph wires were twisted about : certain of them to kill Garner or to I)i i Seminole
[ county, inviting the Mayor fauna
bathing, fishing hunting andI
the Yale-Harvard freshmen and varsity :' I :Special to The Sentinel.e .
him oil of
their poles and rolled into a tangled injure by throwing vitrolin and City Council to come to Sanford that
| touring, is not surpassed th
four oared shells sweep up the his face.FATAL on Washington, June 19.-Hon.( W. J.
mass of iron and copper and wood + July Fourth and help celebrate the i
Thames River this afternoon it will' j planet. Amid the prodigality of nature's Bryan was elected chairman of th*
along the way. The town was cast birth of the The :
be the first time in the history of HEAD ON COLLISION new county. invitation gifts in this section, man ucovers' n Executive Board of the Winona As-
into darkness, without telephone ser '
I was ordered answered.A .
his head and with '!
American rowing that a college cr e wvice. worships sembly and Bible Conference today.
One telegraph wire has been
has used,the English stroke. The outcome ,Spwial to the Sentinel. light was ordered at the corner equal reverence with which he wor- "Billy" Sunday and other well known
and is used the
rigged being by
of the races today will give the! up of South and Terry streets and sev- i ships by the great sea. evangelists gathered in his office and
railroad. Poles are down for miles, Vallejo, Cal., June 19.-Twelve pet !
line the 1 eral hydrants ordered put in. The chiefest trouble with this se succeeded in his
dopesters a on big events i killed i gaining consent to
ple and injured
t many being twisted off and splintered. were twenty-five i
tomorrow afternoon when the eight: and several fatally hurt todayin 1: The water and light contract wasI tion is the inconsiderateness of man deliver an address and lectures at the

oared from each of I and his failure to co-operate with his chautauqua circuit this
pretty thoroughly gone through and j summer.
When the roof of the capitol was a head on collision between two I I I '
the two .colleges for honors. number of 'Maker. .
compete. violations -
wrenched from the building tons of interurban electric trains, one mile 'I a pointed o uti

The freshman eights will l also row a 1 water poured into the offices and damaged north of here. The trains were running and the proper committee was ord er- After all, the boosting of good can't get a Good Road built this distance

race tomorrow before the varsity the records and furnishings. The, at a high rate of speed when they 1 ed to take action in the matter. roads, the main danger from this although Jno. I). Rockefeller

in the boosting trip is: that by comparison, Sr., has
crews get away big contest. State Printer is the heaviest loser,, came together with a terrific crash j The Special Committee was in- expressed a willingness 14-
After five; successive defeats at thehands and structed and empowered to build a the boosters will return to OrangeI play on these links next seasoii, provided -
much stock being spoiled and I telescoped.
of the Harvard in the last five paper .. I shed 28x150 feet on grounds owned I I i county too well satisfied with what he can be assured he can be
type pied by the wind. The beautiful In an instant the trains were re- I
the Yale derided to | the I has been accomplished. If somoreis transported to the without
years crew adopt by city west of the railroad forshelter grounds
trees in the park were leveled, thus duced to a heap of wreckage. Passengers -
the English stroke in the pity-the potentialities of this too much cost from
rowing of
and feed for farmers' teams : use gasolineor
creating an untold loss, as many of were heaped up and buried be- >
hoping to bring back a victory to old them were historic. neath a pile of splintered wood and and that the same be supplied with : section are beyond computing, the without getting his neck broken-

Eli. Harcourt Gold coach of the Ox- ( actual accomplishments are mightysmall extra cost of
watering places and seat:. gasoline being of first
Nearly every store building in town twisted steel. The work of extricating -
ford Crew and G. M. coach of and the necessity of man's do- consideration with
Kirby, the
veteran of
was damaged more or less, and the them, some dead and others se- Under the head of New Business, i iI!
the famous Leader I ing more was never greater. the essential of
crew, came over corn and cotton crops in the vicinity!verely injured, was begun immediately : the matter of the Lake Eola park i life, waste a good
in May from England, and have been The first essential to the fuller de- American development becausv be
suffered severely. ; and continued until late this af- was taken up and thoroughly discussed -
busy instilling the finer of the velopment of this section is Good hates to
points :Many: farm houses were blown down I ternoon. Owing to the manner in all members being in favorof see a people indifferent to

English rowing system into the Yale and outbuildings swept away. Also ||I which both trains were telescoped, it II l the park, but being doubtful of the j Roads. Not good roads as compared the essential of life, waste A Good

oarsmen. there was much loss to live stock, pecan 'I was extremely difficult to extricate i i propriety of taking it up at this time' with Pinellas county, but good road to the Country Club would be a

trees and other property. |:!'i some of the unfortunate who were and opposed to borrowing the money ,j i roads as compared with :Massachu drawing card for healthful men and

GERMAN AVIATORS KILLED The storm was the severest in the i t I i buried deep in the wreckage. Mis- with which to build a park. After | setts. women who want a great climate,

memory of the oldest citizens. taken signals are said to be respon- they frankly stated their opposition I Then too, the towns in this section beauties of nature and something t*

Berlin, June 19.-Two Germanswere must build so as to consider the taste do worth while.
sible: for the wreck.RECEIVERS to this proposition, then Mr. Dow ,:
killed this morning at the Jo- DEDICATION OF SEDGEWICK stated that if they were apposed to I and requirements of the tourists who There are some other people com-

hannisthal aerodrome. Aviator Kraf- come to Florida.To ing to Florida, decrepit in
MONUMENT CONFER WITH INTERESTS the first proposition, he had another j sight
tet, carrying a passenger named Ger- 'I hearing, walking and
i jto I make and at the request of the!! take Orlando, as illustration, for jig-dancing$

beitz, had ascended with the intentionof Special to the SentineLGettysburg i Council, he read his proposition which i j I she has more of nature's attractions want a place to sit down and bask im
making a two hours' flight. The the
Pa. June 19.-In memory Special to the Sentinel. ; was as follows: I than any town in the State -so many sun light Orlando has nothing

bi-plane turned a somersault at .a of Gen. John Sedgwick, one of i New York, June 19.-B. L. Win- !1 "My proposition is based the that no one is conspicuous-and, to to offer them except a seat next the
upon i
of .hundred
height feet
one throwing.its Connecticut's most famous generals, i ichell and Thomas H. West, receiversfor supposition that the City Council will tell the truth, she is doing less than county jail.
to the ground. i Lake
passengers a monument erected on Sedgwickavenue the St. Louis & San Francisco refuse to establish and maintain a I any real town seen on this itinery would not only skin the

on the site of the bloody con; Railroad, left tonight for St. Louis. Public Park, even though the Banksof for developing her holdings got from State in parks, but would relieve our
POST FOR AN AUTHOR northern friends of "
flict of the battle of Gettysburg, was :The receivers spent the greater paI'of rt this city offer to finance them. God. the "creeps. The

ntl. dedicated this afternoon. General ; the day conferring with the bank As previously stated I believe that If the lakes in and adjacent to Orlando fact is that while talking of beautify
Indianapolis, June 19.-Meredith and financial ing Orlando, it ought not to be omitted
took in the famous interests. refusedjto
Sedgwick part I They this can be made a selfsupportingand were tied together, as they can

Nicholson, the author yesterday battle and fell in action on March 9,I discuss what steps were being ta- self-equipping proposition. ibe, and as any competent engineer to arouse the County Commissioners -

Dominated by President Wilson as 1864. I ken with regard to the appointmentJof I j will show to be feasible, then Orlando to the necessity of removing
minister to Portugal, does not knowwhether propose to incorporate a company the county jail that
third receiver so crime would
Governor Baldwin, of Connecticut a to represent the with I would receive benefit from water !'
he can accept the post, he capital stock of $6,000.00, shares :. not be the most conspicuous
was present at the ceremonies and I general lien of bondholders. Many scenery and water sport, by using I thing in
$1.00 each.
i This to lease'the the
said last night. The author declaredhe company I city.
made an address. The committee;clerks and officers in New York of I' small naptha launches, that would ',,
was surprised the place had been present land owned by the city: put In a word, the Boosters
which the governor appointed to sup I the road, received notice today to look l I for a term of ten her at the head of the list for attractions are coming -
him. years and at the expiration back to
given to I Orlando
erintend the erection of the memorial,'for other jobs after July first as the of I for those coming to Florida for with the idea not
ten to either of
years what
renew must be
included Gen. Charles H. Pine office force here will be done to put Orlando
Lieut.D. the winter.
greatly reF the lease or sell]] the pasing And if good roads I'I
improvements on a footing with
WILL NOT BUILD WARSHIPS A. Kilbourn, Lieut. Charles .!duced. to the the were everywhere in evidence in the'' other towns in the
i city at cost of equipping State, but with
Linaly and E. G. Steel, all of Con and country, as outlined previously, these a knowledge of when
Germany maintaining for the first Orlando
years, has fallen
June 19.' necticut. t BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG I whichever the city council roads would be lined with those seeking down in those
desire, but things that will
-Count declared that put her ahead
Zeppelin today of
The monument was designed and i j, LEAGUES in case the council desire the freedom of the regions of any
to theI I
% renew city
using to
he was pledged not to accept any foreign executed by H. K. Bush-Brown, the j I lease and the I northern climate and searching for the full its opportun-
company objected then ities and with
orders for dirigible airships. His Washington sculptor. Special to The Sentinel. I all the glories of the summer tropics. a thorough understanding -
( improvements
company, he said, would construct dirigibles i National revert to the city. I Indifference is the hardest thing that no section, no county, no city
J The control to be under the direction I in Florida need be
only for the German government RAISED TO EMBASSY RANK Pittsburg, 5; Boston, 4. i to get rid of that one can imagine, jealous of one an
for in He de- I of a President, Secretarj'-TreasI other because each has
or use Germany.
until he i&
:| Cincinnati, 7; New York, 8. I encounters self-contentment.i

nied the report published in Vienna Lisbon, Portugal, June 19.-The Chicago, 1; Philadelphia, 2. I urer and Board of Directors and the '! There is no need to go any further such abundance as to occupy time and
that he had contracted to build six Board of Directors to consist of theMayor talent in developing those
Portuguese Senate, in accord with the St. Louis, 5; Brooklyn, 11. I I the limit of progress is reached. resource
airships for the Austrian army. chamber of deputies, today determinedto American I President of the City Council 1' What is and reaping rewards therefrom and
City Engineer President needed in Orlando and Orange then
of this
raise the Portuguese legation at, New York, 10; St. Louis 4. com- county is discontent recommending those who prefer
with whatwe
RESCUERS SAVE FIFTEEN Rio de Janiero to the rank of an embassy Boston, 5; Detroit, 4. I pany, President of the Board of Trade, have and other environment to those places ia
I President of the an intelligent understanding the State
Municipal League and ,
MINERS and the consulate at Guatamalato Philadelphia, 2; Chicago, 0. of what furnishing what they want.
we might have if
President of the Civic The
League. slogan is
I a legation, to create a legation in, Washington, 6; Cleveland, 3. the people of th ecounty would wake : : Roads for All
I I Florida.
Duesseldorf, Germany, June 19.-1 the republic of Panama and to send i | Southern I Purpose and become
up in
I one mind and
Rescuers today saved the lives military and naval attaches to ldnid. laMontgomery, 1; Memphis, 0. I The purpose shall be three-fold: pose. pur The whole State knit together with

teen miners who were imprisoned yes-I I I 1! Birmingham, 7; Atlanta, 2. First:-To lay out and operate public It is natural Good Roads will benefit every individ-

terday at Lintorf by the caving ,i ; Mobile, 8; New Orleans, 4. gardens with hot-houses, flowerbeds Orlando to dislike warts, and ual, hamlet, town and city in the

the shaft of a coal mine. I PARIS OPPOSES LOANS i Chattanooga, 6; Nashville, 2. rose gardens, etc. yet of dollars people like warts. Thousands State. Let Good Roads talk go the
are being rounds.
South Atlantic Second-A play ground with tennis spent on 3

WEATHER REPORT !I Paris, June 19.-The French foreign -j Columbus, 4; Macon, 1. court, croquet grounds, quoit ground, the East Coast to get golf links to The Boosters arrived in Clearwater

'! office today gave the leading Albany, 3; Jacksonille, 1. 'I pier with boats, etc. invite northern golfers to play on, and I, on the return trip yesterday at noon,
Generally fair Friday and Satur- I French bankers to understand that the I Charleston; 7; Savannah, 4. : Third-A park with frequent seats much has been said they are not; where they tarried for the delightfoJ

would | etc. and yet, in two miles of the:: hospitality of the
day. I government strongly disapproveof Carolina scattered among the shrubbery, people of this beaat

any loan being made either! Durham, 2; Winston-Salem, 1. occupying all]] space not utilized foi I Court House, Orlando has the finest; ul resort by the bay at a picnic u

Latest music in stock or ordered 15 I to Servia or to Bulgaria until after I Greensboro, 6; Raleigh, 2. gardens and playground. has turf for a golf course in the State and| i their honor. They will arrive in Orlando .

cents. Curtis & O'Neal I peace had been absolutely assured i Asheville, 3; Charlotte, 2. (Continued one of the most attractive Country I from Tampa tonight Every
on Last Page.) Club houses in the State, and yet,, : body happy and glad. -

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'Sure, this world is full of troubleI -

;J/ord Reason ain't! I've said for had complaint it enough ain't., an' double, I Gifts to PleaseMay : I Bargains! Bargains!!

Rain an' storm have come to fret me, I
Skies were often gray;
Thorns an' brambles have beset me I Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
On the road-but say, be safely purchased fromus i Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
'Ain't it fine today! and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
: bod '. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.

kWhat's the use of always weepin' where everything Ladies' Shirtwaists from 48c up.
Makin trouble last? 1 "- Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French

.What's the use of always keepin' is guaranteed. I Gingham, from 9Sc up.
Thinkin' of the past? Children's Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
Each must have his tribulation, I from 25c up.Ladies' .
Water with his wine. :{ Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
Jife, it ain't no celebration. j ; : styles, sizes and colors, from 9Sc up.
Trouble? I've had mine- I n.. Dry Goods at a special reduction.

' But today is fine. Allen & Co. I ;: t Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.
+ Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed

It's today that I am livin', I I Hats from 25c up.
Not a month ago. I Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
Havin',losin,' takin,' givin,' Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
As time wills it so. JEWELERS I Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
[Yesterday a cloud of sorrow Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.
Fell across the way; i Boys' Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all styles
It may rain again tomorrow, and colors, from 50c up. '

It may rain-but, say, Orlando FloridaOur Boys' Pants from 23c up. ,.,.'.'' .
Suits all sizes from .. .
:Ain't it fine today?" Men's! and Boys' Bathing 48c up.
Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. (;'4i.t' .
1l otwithst 1nd ing.
ANNUAL MEETING OF TilE ASSOCIATION tion we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho I; ,

OF MEDICAL trades with us. : .>,c ,"!
MIL COMMISSIONS We want trade and that will ,
your we assure you we :!\ \
give you the best merchandise for your mone)*. We ;
Minneapolis, Minn., June 18.]! Repair Department at antee satisfaction or your money refunded. guar.'J I ,
Every possible phase of the pure milk i i' J-
convince yourself, your trade will be appreciated.
will be discussed from vari-j, service Agent for the Snow Sh oe.
question always.
your If you would be posted be a daily visitor to this store.
jus angles in the two days sessions i,
of the seventh annual, meeting of the:,
H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando
:American Association of Medical Milk .- ,
Commissions, which opens at the Ho-(, !
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tel Radisson j '
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f't itniimmn nut MHiammutit item IH mm
The association numbers among its I
members prominent physicians from I I
all sections of the country and some t'I Everything in Drugs
interesting talks on the fight against j I
impure milk, in various communities: !
throughout the United States will be I THE OAKLAND'THECAR
given by physicians who have been 1VE DISPENSE ONLY THE PUREST AND BEST

identified in the crusade. I 1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
Tie subject under discussion at the! Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
opening meeting tomorrow morningwill I Delaney Drug Co. Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable. .
be "The Methods and Standardsfor
R We want to get everybody in the habit of spendinga THAT EVERYBODY
the Production and Distribution
pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu
of Certified Milk." The afternoon session ; WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO, 2
will be devoted mainly to talks
en the work of the asssociation, as a ABOUTASK
body, and a discussion of the legis-
Eaticve phase of the pure milk move-
jnent. Bovine tuberculosis and the
cost of production of certified milk, J
ss well as other general topics on the SEEMAGRUDER

,.milk sessions question tomorrow, will be night taken and up Fri.in.the 'READ THE SENTINEL f FOR THE NEW

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REPORT NOTICE OF .INTENTION TO APPLY FOR set my hand and affixed my official seal this
I LETTERS PATENT the day and year first above written. I I, T

Week Ending June 15th, 1913. (SEAL) HENRY H. YOWELL,. J,1"e l
Notice is hereby given that the under 1 I Notary Public 1
-- signed incorporators will apply to the Governor j:I My Commission expires Jan. 8th 1916. TRI-clQrt! rPtgr2 I For the Next Fifteen
Temp. of the State of Florida at Tallahassee 1 f"GaVl{ GCI Days'We
on the 21ft day of July A. D. 1913 for LettersPatent I i I OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYBODY :
incorporating Mayer, Galentin and I, JTOVAILBLDTAMPA. 'TU IHuncuunwK
,! uunttuiNOT" ) '
Mayer under the following proposed charter l
the original of which is now on file in the MAil ORDER JERYJCe, !
office of the Secretary of State of the Raid 1 -------------.1
If want to buy sell house-
you or a
State of }lorida.I will sell Lime at 90c
d w I Witness our names this the 18th day of If you have an apartment to rent or NOTICE I i
tc 3 -c June A. D. 1913. I
o ca JACOB A. MAYER, are looking for a tenant- This is to notify the public that I
::: J K F J. \LENTIN.. my barrel delivered
'i SYLVESTER MAYER, 1 If you want to buy a farm-or have wife, Mary J. Reynolds, having left I per ,

Monday, June PC9.... 92 73 .40 I)I1LBER, L. TILDEN, '!'a suburban home for sale- my bed and board, and not living as I

Thursday PC ......... 89 Attorney for Incorporators.'l If do with five
72 .10'i ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OFT ; you want to anything my wife, I refuse to become barrel lots.

Wednesday C ... ... 84 68 I MAYER, GALENTIN AND MAYER real estate-you can do it through the sible for debts respon-
I any she make or
We. undersigned incorporators herebyassociate I may
Thursday C ....... ... 73 63 ourselves together for the purpose of columns of the Sentinel. to be liable in manner for her
C .... ......... forming a corporation for profit under the' any
Friday 83 55 laws of the State of Florida, and to that end For your own profit, be sure you debts.

Saturday PC ..... .. .. 90 60 do adopt the PROPOSED following CHARTER read the Sentinel. 14-6t. WILLIAM REYNOLDS. Florida Metal Co. I

Sunday Clear ... ...... 95 65 I: I.

(PCPartly Cloudy (C) Cloudy.A ,'MAYER The name GALENTIN of the AND croporation SLAYER shall and its be i

principal place of business shall be ORLANDO McNEIL-DAVIS,BUILDING
NEGLECTED DEPARTMENT FLORIDA, but the Company may establish i
branch stores for the conduct or ex- II
PUBLIC SCHOOLS tension of its business at such other points in NEW COLORS AND PATTERNS IN Phone 41. ._ *
the State as its Directors may determine r I
II. ri J
There is much discussion of the The general nature of the business shall be i I iiii
to transact operate and carry on a General :
neglected department of domestic Confectionery, and Tobacco business, both 1- -- -
wholesale and retail and to buy, sell, hold Goods aid U KimonosGOWNS .1.1.1..1.1..1111.1.1.11..1.111111111111.......
science in our public schools. Men mortgage and convery real estate, with pow Crepe ,i
and women who have given much ers incident thereto as provided by the Stat-
utes of Florida.
study to the subject tell us that muchof Ill.

the domestic infelicity of the The amount shall of be the Five capital Thousand stock of($5,000.00)the corporation -I II [ELECTRIC VACUUM L CLEANER t

country and many of the physical ail of Dollars the,par to be value divided of One into Hundred Fifty (50)($100 shares.00) I ETC.

ments peculiar to this generation have Dollars each. Three-fifths of the said capital

their rise in the neglect of this sub- or stock personal shall: be at payable a just valuation in property to,be either fixed real by I I' ( r ___

ject both in the school and in the the Board of Directors at a meeting to be I 2000 yards Val. Lace. Insertion at 1 and 2 1
called for that
purpose and two-fifths shall
home. be payable in lawful money of the United I '
States at the call of the board of Directors.IV. cents yard at
Statistics show that in New York per

alone, out of 388,000 girls in element- The term for which the corporation is to Have your room or house
exist shall be perpetualV. .
ery schools only 43,500 are taught do .
mestic science in any manner. The officers by whom the business of the McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT cleaned without dust or trouble
corporation is to be conducted shall be a President -
Miss Mabel Hyde Kiltredge, a Vke-President, a Secretary and Tress
urer, and a Board of Three Directors. The of
woman of nation wide experience and moving furniture
offices of Secretary and Treasurer may be .
study on the subject makes some held by the same person if deemed advisableby STORE
the Board of Directors. The number of
statements and criticisms worthy Directors may be changed from time to time
by the by-laws, but at no time shall the
careful Consideration. Out of 500 number be less than three or more than five. South
schools visited by her only 170 were the The Stockholders officers shall at their be chosen annual annually meeting by to 124 Orange Avenue The Pierce Electric Co. send an Ex-

found equipped for demonstrations in,be held on the first Tuesday after the first OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
Monday in August of each and every year.
cooking. :Until the election to be held on the first perienced man.
The impression too widely prevails ;Tuesday after he first Monday in August A.
D. 1913, Jacob A. Mayer shall be President
that ignorence of domestic duties':F. J. Galentin shall be Vice-President; Sylvester 'i

should be charged directly to the girls ; J.,and Mayer Jacob shall A. Mayer be ,Secretary F. J. Galentin andTreasurer I SEE THEM FOR TERMS

themselves. Here is an instance and Sylvester J. Mayer shall constitute the

which percentage shows of plainly schoolgirls that only can possibly a small the Board The corporation of highest Directors.amount can at VI any of liability time subject to which itself!!I Unit tl liCEMENT tl! Brick tl!

acquire education in. household man-,shall be Five Thousand (.$5,000.00) Dollars.VII. I

agement. And here, fully as much i|i The names and residences of the liu crib-I I
as in the connection already noted, it';era and the amount of capital stock sub-, Inc.
scribed by each are as follows: I I I
is important that no hasty conclus- Name Residence Shares of Stock UUljCHURCH ',
I Jacob A. Mayer. Orlando, Florida 10 SharesF. I
ions be drawn. That is to say, New J. Galentm. Orlando, Florida ..10 Shares
York city is typical of the whole Sylvester J. Mayer Orlando Florida 10 SharesIN I ''
; WITNESS WHEREOF, we have here ,
country in this particular respect.!I unto June set A.our D.hands 1913. and seals this 18th day or'I Ii 'i : These Brick are better than Clay Brick

That city is conspicuously derelict, it i JACOB A. MAYER (SEAL.
is true, but this is rather because of j F. J. GALENTIN. (SEAL ;i and they are cheaper j-
its size and prominence. Relatively! STATE OF FLORIDA i ii I i jI I 1 1I I, AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE '
I i H. A. I
the smaller communities are as cul- COUNTY OF ORANGE.ss. I Royston II I Those wishing to make trips 'fO?

pable as the largest in the land in BE IT REMEMBERED that on the 18th i I FRANK HYRES i!House and business or pleasure, should see mt
'day of June, A. D. 1913, before me personally Painting Calcimining
failing to provide girls in their form- appeared Jacob A. Mayer, F. J. Galen tin and I for prices. Prompt service guaran

ative age with instruction, training: Sylvester who I am J.satisfied Mayer, are to me the well individuals known des-and Maker of Artificial Stone I I have had years work.of experience and teed. C.V.. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.
guarantee my I II
and discipline calculated to fit them cribed in and who executed the foregoing proposed Phone, 360. 5-29 tf
well for charter and severally acknowledged that Telephone 159 Livingston Ave. on R. R.mtmimmiiiiiiiineiiiiiiiiiMtittiiiiititiMi. Estimates cheerfully furnished.
one of the most important of: they executed the same for the uses andIJU"J"lO ; ; i I
all the duties awaiting them. >'es therein expresved. i I Drop me a card and I will call. Money to loan on improved prop
I IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto !I P. 0. Box 381 erty. S. Y. WAY.

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To thosewho Kno-w- Us


We Would Extend Thanks For the Continued Patronage ol our Store and Await Their Further Commands


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


We bid for our'( -: We extend liberal

business on credit to all and

the merits of 6'+Y.d24 t/' S % 6"' 'WY.vCCr. 4a make special

our terms to those whomerchandise

1 wish it. '


and the = .
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lowness of ourprices We do a large volume

= _. of this kind of business.


Do you nee :a Go-cart ? Do you need, a Refrigerator?


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


KZincaia cfe, Sno wden

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


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South Florida Sentinel
What it costs to tell 1 the truth and

MORNING AND WEEKLY get the truth in this day and age of SALE H

the world is no inconsiderable matter.
;Leredt ; post office at Orlando
Mail Matter. The young man at a little table in
Florida as Second Class

ing of a dictagraph will get the truth


Year ... .. ......... ... .?5.00 the dynamiting cases recently tried PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE

Six Months .. ....... ...... 2.50 we saw how uncomfortable the interested -I SIZES ARE BROKEN.

Three Months ...... .. .. ..... 1.25 parties made it for the operators -

50 rents and the extremes to which they MEN'S SUITS MEN'S TROUSERS
Bj news carrier in Orlando permonth. I

Daily and Sunday. went to discredit the operator and the' $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for _____ --------------- $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ $1.50
evidence he held. An effort madeto
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for _____ --------------- 11.75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ______________- 1.00
.. sale in Orlando at Curtis &: O'Neal'a BookStore ruin that operator, and the only
and Wright Brothers. |reason was that he held in his pos- $18.00 Suits for ._..__________ _______________ 12.25 $5.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 3.50

We will appreciate prompt complaint if.iclivey session evidence of criminality $15.00 Suits for ..___________ _______________ 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for ____________ ________..._______ 2.50
is not promptly made by our carriers. against men of high standing.
---- ---- We have a fine line of White Linen Duck and White Serge Trousers.
be furnished Another at Atlanta is
Advertising rates will on application. operator
having the same experience. He has New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen years.

THE WEEKLY SENTINEL reported the conversations of city

Tor year by mail postage paid.......100 officials and prominent attorneys and .
Address THE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. likewise the conversations of men of
Office 107 Court Street, Arcade Building
criminal and
practices as a conse-
Phone 24
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J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor the land and an effort will be made to HMMMMHimmMMMHMtnmMMMM

the evidence in his - -- ---, -
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possessionfrom -- -
JOSIAH FERRIS, Proprietor -
the public and from the courts. THE DECLINE OF SECURETIESThere say that makes the high cost of liv- THE NEWSPAPER "JOB" paralyzed; my brain befuddled and I

FRIDAY, JUNE 20TH, 1913. The evidence he possesses is so far+ ing as too many want to be consumers am free to confess that I am right

reaching that the politicians of I is at present a remarkable instead of producers, and too Many people believe that a news- glad to vacate the holy spot. Such

Occasionally a little "plap-plap," i. Georgia are getting busy and will,decline in secureties not alone in the many discard the necessities at hand paper falls together without work or rush and riot and disarray. Sucha
endeavor to have a law passed by the United States, but in every credit for the luxuries beyond their reach. jumble of potpourri; it strikes
e., "gush", relieves too much cheap : concerted action or plan. The Rev. me
pessimism.And Georgia legislature forbidding the system nation of the world and the These are the primary causes for Pasadena was of this opinion, and at the effort to bring out of chaos,

o use of the evidence thus procured best financiers of the globe attribute., financial ruin that comes to so many MeLeod, a Presbyterian minister at and to do it lightning quick."I .
where it will "injure the reputationof the cause to high living and the credit men. am reminded of the memorable
they don't get the cream of asked to be allowed to edit one editionof
innocent persons." It is a little system. I words. The earth was without form
society by skimming the milk of hu- the Pasadena Star. The editor
cian kindness.One difficult to see how innocent persons! Only recently German bonds at 5% !1 When a young man calls on a girl I gladly accepted the opportunity to go and void, and darkness was upon the

o Ii would be injured by truth. Truein per cent went begging for a taker, he might as well make love to her, fishing, and the minister took up his face of the deep. And the spirit

thing admirable about this I these matters it is very much like and the cause ascribed was the heavy she thinks that is what he is there duties in the newspaper office. | moved upon the face of the waters.

seining for suckers, very often fish debt now hanging over German states for anyway. Never shall I criticise newspaper men
weather is that it gives us a new
for complaint day. you are not looking for get into the and the willingness with which they This is how he felt when he found I more. I shall pray for them. They
cause every net. Many times men whom the ,contract debts and obligate the tax- : Michigan contributes what seems himself at the end of his task, whichit I will have my heart's forbearance

o public have held in high esteem are ;able resources of the country for like a workable penalty for auto must be said had been done quite I heneceforth and forever. They are
When potatoes are very cheap one
tails them "spuds." When they are found to be scoundrels when the lightof II generations ahead to pay. 'j speeding by taking away the toy until creditably: i the hardest worked, shortest lived,

iear they become "pommes de terre. truth is turned on. In every com- In the United States at the present the owner has waked to a sense of "My time is almost up as I pen poorest paid brain workers on this

o munity are men who parade in spot- time secureties that have heretoforesold I obedience. this last line; my hand is almost I weary old world of ours."
less linen, and fold their hands so at a premium, are now slow sale
If the novelists run out, President ---
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Wilson will find a number of poets piously that but fey men suspect at par even when an unprecedent rate ;; ------ -- ---------:
them of rascality. It takes just such is offered. Take the matter of the <" '
who are willing to serve in the diplomatic -
developments as at Atlanta to show Tennessee State bonds offered a few

> corps.If the public what a willing dupe it is. weeks ago with no takers. The same "l

o in the matter of pinning its faith to experience was met. Over debt. JUNE WEDDINGWhile .
we thought we could escape
over pretentious men. Several large railroad systems de-
work and make a good living as
The dictagraph makes it hard for siring to borrow money for extensionsand
Walker Weston does we should walkup
one party to tell the truth, but makesit repairs are compelled to pay ex-
and down the earth too.
o hard for the other party to cover orbitatnt rates that would have been "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June I

up the truth.SOUTHERN. scorned ten years ago. County ana seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous
The batting average of the joy of I I I
municipality bonds which heretofore I. weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts
to above .125 ,
seems never get ._ _
in West Virginia.Toledo Blade. It MEN IN HISTORY I have been favorites have had to be for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for theBest Man and the Attendants, and Wed-

is 1,000 in Orlando right now. I hawked about in the markets to find ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to .

eI o The Pensaeok JoilrMl Complainsthat buyers! In the matter of automobile your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.

Country merchants who are finding New England text book writers I secureties the greatest scrutiny pre- We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a

that the mail order houses look like and especially those of history and i vails. If it is found that mortgages stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-

a great peril may some day awaken to ;literature are unfair. That a parade' offered by automobile companies cover smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the

the beneficent effects of cooperationamong of the virtues of Northern writers I I home's and were made for the purchase country. .

themselves.In and statesmen seems to be the aim of I I of automobiles the securetiesare The stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -

o the authors of the books.What's declined. is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
these days of the use of fussing about it? I In Kansas and Iowa the banks refuse inspect our stock, prices and make
eugenic marriages, I secure our your purchases with the feel-
it will be embarrasing for the young New England is very much like I' all automobile mortgage paper ing and assurance that you gettingthe greatest value and the most up "
man who goes courting and finds he some individuals who continuallycarp and assign as the reason that farmers to-date merchandise.
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has left his medical certificate in his upon their own virtues well go in debt for machines and that the .
coat I knowing that otherwise they wouldbe expense of upkeep together with the
lost sight of. loss of time taken from the farm

Scientists say that o our sun is cool.I I The names of Lanier, Poe, Page work, i is making the farmer less pros- I
compared with other celestial lumin- I and Audubon are written upon the t perous and his paper undesirable. If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,

aries, but the gentlemen the tablets of the human heart, and the While they cite cases of men working pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or
narrowness of no man can blot them on moderate salaries mortgagingtheir mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
never passed a long out. The of can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and
half day on a bathing beach. memory good men, men homes for the purchase price of I gems.
o who are really great, never fade nor automobiles. Large financial institu- Fine watch repair work a specialty.

lose interest. I'tions and great financiers like James
Persons with a fondness for veal ---h- __-__-_-__ ---- ___- __ __
will have as much sympathy with the !J. Hill and ex-Secretary Wilson see
agitation in favor of permitting calvesto The person who pays as he goes, great danger in this willingness to
perhaps does not get as far as some :: contract debt and the desire on the
fried chicken enthusi-
grow up as
asts would entertain for old hens others, but it probably is the best part of all to lead a high life. T. Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE

itemed. o i thing for him. ;, It is this desire for high living, they ,

The Sappho slide, the squirrel 11111 11111 II KMMMMHMMIMH 11111 I'll 11111.
squirm, the Arizona shake and the ill POST OFFICE

kitchen sink are described as being
merely variations of the turkey trot, EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

Nowadays an accomplished dancer

fays the Louisville Courier-J ournal,I "Little Four" -
must be like the bartender who kept j I
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his merchandise in one barrel, but

never allowed the name of any fancy

drink to cause him to miss a s..lc.-

Miami United Metropolis.The States.o government asserts *"V SILK!{ STOCKINGS{

and assumes authority over all 7

navigable waters within the political

jurisdiction of the nation. Now the .

question is presented, how far does: r
this authority extend to rivers? Does
the authority only extend to the For Day band

matter of their navagabihty or is it

such an authority as controls the

power rights and flowage privilegesfor .. 1l1.d
irrigation? These are matters
: : ;
now in dispute.
D EveningWear

Two immense Jewfish, the largest

that have been caught in the waters .
around St. Petersburg in several
years, were landed Monday by Guy
Wells, off Anna Maria Beach. One

fish was seven feet long and weighed .

880 pounds, while the other was six .
feet six inches and weighed 317

pounds.The Our Personal Guarantee a

class of graduating 1913 of the exercises United of States the AT HOME Accompanies Every Pair \ \\

Military Academy, at West Point,
were held on the 12th of June. The I

graduating class numbered 93 mem- I. \W. rtlllllrS a SONSSUCCESSORS

bers Union., representing The honor 36 man States of the of class the Marion B. Ives I

was Francis K. Newcomer, of Wash-

ington, D. C., a son of. Lieut. Col. TO


Even a baby realizes this is a hard S. G. DOLIVE'S GARAGEHIimilllMMMMttmMMHMMMinilltMIIIIII

old world.the. first.time.it.falls out of Floor

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

the New Maltese effects have been admiredand
the Satisfaction is doubled when it is tendered unsolicited,
leave it to YOUR Judgment to value there. what has been far more satisfactory to us, have found
AND WE HAVE RECEIVED IT. Our recent Specials have
many purchasers. What we have left, and the assortment is
made us more new friends-new bu.ers-and new satisfied
still unbroken, will be reduced on these three days as follows:
customers, confirming more and more by their purchases

their recognition of honest values- Silk WaistsIn
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 ----________________________ $4.25

Ja.ga.a.ese Hatlrttii) etc.) ti iae twQ aid three breed effects, Regular $6.50 values to --__________________________ 354

Thursday Friday ann Saturday Specially priced for these THREE days at $2.50, $2.75, 3.00 I Regular $7.50 values to -----_______________________ $5/75


I F. N. BOARDMAN, 106 South Orange Avenue I IWADE

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Reflect that you're tempting to CONNECTIONS i PYTIILST DeLANDThe

THE TUNER I For always crime,when I entertain youI Mr. F. Joseph Raehn, the plumber following are among those who I I WHITE R S Tlj RAND
ORLANDO. i I must steal my employer's time. has an advertisement in this paper left yesterday afternoon for DeLand I
J I concerning sewer connections that where the Knights of Pythias meet in '
I I Mrs. W. P. Gwynne and Mrs. C. ful- will be of interest to propetry own- district convention. N. P. Yowell, W.

reading I ler left yesterday for Adirondacks, N. ers. He offers as will be seen by the R. O'Neal 0. N. Larsen, J. T. Horer, OUR LEADERJust
Be sure you begin day by -|
the Sentinel then go ahead. j Y., and will be gone until October.Mr. ad. to make the connection for 13 J. T. Dale, II. K. Pomeroy, W. P.
!r Gwynne may join them later fora cents per foot straight and this cer- Watson, J. W. Douglas, F. L. Helms,
if he sells Jackson short outing.Mr. tainly is down to rock bottom prices.' Geo. McCulloch, Nevin Sloan, Jas.
Ask -
Square your Coffee.grocer The best made.I I Mr. Raehn is a competent and re-' Magruder, John Bass, W. S. Branch, Received, Another Shipment from Seeman Bros.,
r i J. M. Ragsdale and 0. L. Pap- liable plumber. ':Jr., and J. E. Windham. New York City.
itz, state representatives of the None of the boys carried overcoatsor
Mr. H. M. Smith, of Plymouth, was
in the city yesterday. II J Florida Life Insurance Company, NO FIRE-ONLY FROLIC I I! ear muffiins. But brave knightsare Cherries Salmon, Evaporated Apples,
j!I with headquarters in Jacksonville, I not to be halted by weather conditions Plums, Lobster, Plum Pudding
were in the city yesterday.The The fire drill yesterday after for they are full of confidence.
Dann returned I Apricots, Shrimp
Carl ,
Mr. and Mrs. ; noon was the only diversion thatwe Cocoa,
home from Georgia yesterday. prisoners had. While the i Peaches, Clam Chowder, Tapioca,
members of the Philomathean coun- OFF FOR TilE NORTH
I Debating Society of the Orlando high ter-jumpers were at the ball I i Pineapple, Teas, Gelatine,
Miss Hallie Brown, of New York, isj;
school l leave early this morning on a game and the "swimmin hole" the i i Judge and Mrs. J. M. Cheney left Asparagus Tips Coffee, Barley,
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. Goo<1- !
I,picnic trip to Wekiwa Springs. Theyof pencil pushers had the pleasure of Wednesday night for Hanover, N. H., Corn, Extracts, Celery Salt,
rich, of this city. course, will enjoy themselves. seeing the smoking fire engine fly on I to be present at the commencement
| its journey to lake Lucerne where it exercises of Dartmouth College, from
Mr. C. B. Robinson is in Jacksonville -j Mrs. L. M. Cook, of North Orange did the practice stunt, and tooted the' which their son, Joe, graduates.
today on important legal bus- avenue, will sail by Clyde Line on whistle to the quick step of the steeds. !:1 Judge Cheney will return to Or-
iness. I Tuesday and spend the summer at 'lando in a few weeks but Mrs. Cheney THE SANITARY GROCERY
N!her old home, Hartford, Conn., one of W. S. Branch, Jr., and John Baas .will remain the better part of the J ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sunday, who'the beautiful cities for Which New drove to DeLand yesterday morning' summer, and the Judge expects, to CARUTHERS & GORE i

have spent the winter in this vicinityleft I'j England is famous. in Mr. Branch's Ford car, to attend ; return to the hills of New Hampshire i Phone 200 6 and 8 East Pine Street
yesterday for their home in Minneapolis -, the district meeting of the Knight's I later for a few weeks' outing. AIIIIIII

Minn. f jMr. j The Mayer, Galetin Company are of Pythias and call upon some old I I .II..II.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ....
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asembling the machinery for their ice friends. Mr. Branch telephoned from i! DETROIT TO LOUISVILLEMr. !
W. R. O'Neal and daughter,!i}cream and candy factory in the Arcade DeLand that they reached there be-
Miss Mabel and Miss Mary Branham,!I building and will in a few weeksbe i I fore 10 o'clock, and attended a picnicat I J. P. Holbrook, the well known MAGRUDER ICE PLANT I I FOR SALE

left yesterday by auto for Daytona, !, in full operation. This is a bus- ', DeLeon Springs with some DeLand Ford agent, has written to his friends I -
where they will spent today. ;l I iness that ought to fare well in Or-,young people in the afternoon, corn :. telling them of a trip he made from I Mr. J. B. Magruder yesterday received Garage tools of all kinds as good as
I llando.I i' ing back to DeLand in time for the I Detroit to Kentucky in one of the the plans for his new ice plant. ,'new. One steel crane to lift cars
iI il
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Curry are expected -1 I I i evening session of the Lodge. They Ford cars. He made the trip without The plan is for a twenty-five ton plant'! with, a gasoline tank and pump, onesix
home today by auto from Daytona : The game between the State Bank (are expected back early this after.::a single mishap and reports the roads is the plan to start with and the in.i iI |: horse motor, one air pump, one
Beach, where they have spent a I' stallment is such that the 'steel saw. These tools are worth
:and Presbyterian Sunday school re- noon. fine for autoing. j I Il 1 I tapacityj i I
delightful week at the seaside. |! suited in eleven to ten in favor of 1 I --- I l The trip was most delightful can be increased to fifty tons >at small $500 but will sell at a sacrifice. Address .
(State Bank. It was a very interesting II Hon. Braxton Beacham and Rev. through a beautiful country with good!I expense., I FRANK DAY,
The Sunday school classes of Mrs. i' game and those on either side!. Pr. Stagg, pastor of the Presb"terianI I roads which makes autoing a pleasure. -i The factory will be. a strictly up-' Apopka, Fla.
Mostellar and Miss Vida Chamber-proved themselves good players.Mr. I church at Orlando, were visitors to to-date plant and the ice will be made Local Page173t. *
lain, of the First Baptist church, enjoyed I II j the city last night. They were mem- by mechanical process, frozen the i!
a delightful picnic at Russell's : W. I. Huffsettlter of Miami,, bers of the Orlando boosters party A BIG SNAKE proper length of time to make good STETSON UNIVERSITY- \
Point yesterday. ,and well known in Orlando was in the I1 I which went to the Pinellas peninsula lasting ice so that his patrons will I I

city yesterday visiting his mother,, yesterday, Mr. Beacham says the Yesterday while walking along Cen- have ice of quality, Mr. Gus Wilder, a representative of
Tb re war a mnct rlaacant! family'Mrs. J. QMrw and his sister, Mrs.jroad! between Large ana St. Petersburg tral avenue near the Dale Gardens, The plans also call for a room for I Stetson University, is in town in the

gathering at the home of Mr. S. E. Daisy Murr. Mr. Huffsetter had beento ;ji |in such dreadful condition Harrison Stinsori, i it Colored man, rau Ws electric lighting plant which will interests of the school. He reports

Ives, Sr., North Orange avenue yesterday Savannah to purdhse: a saw mill 11 that he would not attempt to retuitl onto a large diamond rattler, Btinson light up all his own buildings and that prospects are bright for a large

when all the children and and made this a stop off visit with his car by that route, but put his being an expert snake catcher, Pro"ceedtu those of his neighbors who may want I enrollment next fall.
grand-children sat down to an attractive : ,car on the boat and made the return to capture his snakeship whichhe I j i light at moderate prices. Mr. Magruder ,i Stetson is one of the great schoolsof
table, loaded with good things. i J. II. Thomas, the new colored[I trip by water. Dr. Stagg said he was soon Accomplished. The snake knows no such word as fail and the South and as an educational
phys cian who recently located in Orlando I told by an enthusiastic St. Peters- measured six feet in length and had he will accomplish these things with institution stands preeminent among
County Road Superintendent Chap has opened office at 506 West;| burger that people never leave that eleven rattlers. He is now in cap- all due haste. the great schools of the land.

man has a force of men at work un- Church street and is ready to answer '!town once they get there, and says tivity. 1- --- -----
covering the clay pit south of the city calls. lIe comes well recommendedand I he can readily understand this, that I I II
and the road will be clayed into Pine the colored people of Orlando will[ is, if they expect to get away by ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll
Castle. A much needed work as thisis find him all right. i I road.-Tampa Tribune. Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for i I
one of the most prominent ap- I I the month of June. Dr. Bennett, AUTOMOBILEB
proaches to Orlando. Subscribe for the Sentinel I Subscribe for the Sentinel. Phone 227. L-Page5-26-lm

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These are Bargains in Re-Built Cars.: Each one is I

I 1 guaranteed to be in fifti-class condition is fully equipped -

Grand Theatre I:, Todays' Program 1 1910 and ready Cadillac to run. Good Condition, I

I I THREE REELS a $550.00

I. I 1 1912 Flanders
Touring Car
MOTION PICTURES ;' "GOD'S WAY" (Drama) . . . .. . . Selig 50000. complete,

An ex-convicts appreciation of liberty regained. Found
Pictures Changed Daily I .

ed upon an actual occurrence 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad-

f "AFTER THE HONEYMOON (Comedy) . Vitagraph illac $150.00
FIRST SHOW, / < 7d5 P.M I :
j I A surprisingly funny9tdryon an amusing subject"THE

SECOND SHOW, 8il5 P.M 1 Studebaker 30" 1912, run less than :

< RISEN SOUL OF JIM GRANT (Drama) . Edison 4,000 ; extra tire, etc., $800.

How a man is awakened to the better' nature that is I

PRICES ALWAYS 5c. and lOc.I I within. A splendid study' ,

San Juan GarageltllllllIII :




I Iulf

One of the most remarkable researches Business Boosters (classified adver- .
in human biology that has Rning( Co1f4HOf I tisements) received after 10 o'clock, '
midnight, will be run in the "Too Late :
ever been made-a record of which to Classify" column. I

surpassed by far the researches of Boosters of five lines, or less-approximately -
scientists which have been diligently 30 words-ont time, 25 :
cents; three times 50 week
made on the subject during the last Kerosene (six daily and one weekly; one editions)

half century-has just ,been made $1.00; one month, $3.00. :

public by Dr. Henry Herbert God-
dard, director of the research labora- Gasoline FOR HIRE-Nice seven passenger : YOUR SEWER
touring car. Large and
of the Training School of Fee-
tory 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER.BUY .
ble-minded boys and girls. LubricatingOils -
Dr. Goddard had the case of a fee- a let in Thornton Park, a nice j

ble-minded girl in his institution be- and Greases Jensen.suburb in east part of the city. Carl CONNECTIONECS2ZSHSEFHE55E

fore him recently, and he commencedan I .

investigation into the history of Axle GreaseP.G.WALTONAgent FOR RENT-Nice newly furnised I :
her case. His search led him back rooms. All conveniences. Near in
to permanent parties. $1.50 a week
generation by generation a
t++t+t up. Brick house, large verandas. 401t I t
long list of degenerate ancestors. i West St. Cor South. Phone 578. 6-17-6t i.
"For I will visit the iniquity of the j .. t

fathers upon the children even unto OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision I. : .... "' "
the third and fourth generations," to the Northeast of the city and :

Quoting this passage from the Scrip- PHONES {jg I Carl still Jensen.have some choice lots there. You cannot use your sewer until main, ceptic tanks 1 r

tures, Dr. Goddard said today: i
"Dim in the memories of the past, Orlando, -. Florida I FOR RENT-Five room cottage with and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which

in the days that preceeded the Revo- all modern conveniences. Garagefor will be some months hence.
: auto, or horse and buggy. Apply j .
lutionary war, a young soldier of ..I'III' IMHIIMIH 515 East street.
5-15 tf Why let your lay idle? '''e will
good and sturdy stock had an illicit :( a money sign contracts

love affair with a feeble-minded girl.' MODERN ENGINEERS : CHAPMAN HOUSE with you now to make these connections time i
A son was born, and he grew up a'' Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 I .
feeble-minded child and was married.i We live in an age of great engin West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc- within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
eering. The accomplishments of theworld's %
From that feeble-minded child have I great engineers are nothing Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo. for 13: cents per foot. ,
come 480 descendants. One hundred i .
and forty of these were' or are fee-' short of a marvel. The greatest exhibition Roberta Branch will be pleased to Give this work to your home company and we are

ble-minded, while only forty-seven of the skill of engineers is take a limited number of pupils for :
j perhaps found in the system of national here to see that it is
satisfactory to
have been found to be normally de I piano study, and is especially inter- : you, and

.. veloped. The condition of the rest :* waterways. The building of ested in beginners. Lessons given at : you do not have to pay for it until satisfied .
is unknown or doubtful. i the great locks whereby it is made pupils' homes if so desired. you are

"When that same soldier returned;! possible for the commerce of the in- 6-19 tfWANTEDPlace : with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing
terior to ride in bond in the world'sgreat ;
to his home after the Revolution he | ships to the seaboards, and by to board; in private : inspector and certified to by him.sssttSssjomiJiajaBa.
settled down and married into a good
I' the same means are conveyed. backin family in quiet locality, close :
healthy family equal to his own. His to the interior. in, by two young men. Apply at Pos- .. JW;"

direct legitimate descendants now'I!: Canals that enable the commerceof tal Telegraph office, between 12 and 2 i"L ? 23E ..........J:'.M1I:"
number 496, and all of them were or after 6 p. m. tf :
two hemispheres to take the shortcut
normal people. All the legitimate J j
in the exchanging processes of the TYPE WRITERS FOR SALE :
children of this soldier married into
!I modern business world. Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly .
the best of families in their state, the
'I i I The skill and inventive genius of used, one rebuilt machine and one :
descendents of colonial governors,
[ the engineering force second hand Underwood. :
of the Declaration of Inde- government
signers :;
j have not only worked wonders in their Call at my office and see bargains : The F. JOSEPH
pendence, famous soldiers, and even I RAEHN'Plumbing
the founders of a great university. 'construction work, but have been a in Typewriters and Fireproof Iron
great power in guiding aright the Safes. C. S. McEWAN. :
They have scattered all over the
forward strides of the nation. The 6-13 tf. :
United States, and are prominent }
-- and
wherever they have gone. engineering corps of this country was FOR SALE-Large Lot near Metho- | Heating Co.'

"At least two of the descendantsfrom not organized until 1824 when Con- dist Church. Whole or part. With :

the feeble-minded son of this gress authorized the organization of or without dwelling Address or wire.

: a sort of a mixed board or commis- E. N. Coy, Irondequoit, N. Y. 5-10-tf VM M M M M M MM MM MM MM M >
continental soldier are in institutionsin .. . _ MMMMM
the state of New Jersey today.- : sion to be appointed by the President -I FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room I.Io. . . . . . . 1. . . &.I"11111111111181111I& M>i 6 M M M M M M 1t

Vineland, N. J., Dispatch. whose powers were very limit- house; large lot full of fruit trees. -
ed. Next came the authorization of !I'a Apply 308, Robinson avenue : I .1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIOI MMMHM
board of engineers for internal im
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTAt provements. And out of these scanty GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up :
eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and
I movements the present efficient .
the solicitation of many citi- grew Brailed. Five burner cooking plate. .
I corps of engineers who have become Call 207 America St. MM lulHlll
zens of Orlando, I have consented to j 5-27-lm !
'j i indispensible to the government ser- j ;
I .
be a candidate for the office of Al- vice. i I EVERY BODY'S DOING IT i

derman, to fill the vacancy made by 1 In our internal improvement work, Automobiling, we are open for dates i* l TdMPADAIRY O, ..

the resignation of Mr. Seegar.If : our rivers and harbor work and coast'I picnic parties, or a crowd for an i TAMPA .. ,
elected, I will act impartially in I
defense evening drive. Call 360 or ask for .
work, the engineering I
all the matters and in the interest of all is of primary. importance. corps C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf ,, House connections to the sewer mains shouldbe

people. j Not alone in our 'commercial, but made now. Sign contract now while your
in our military relations, the engineering -
i .
1 Nice large rooms, furnished. Con- street is being worked on so as to have street
department constitute an important -
venient for business people, also light SATISFIED I:
,i feature. I opened up finished.
'! I house keeping. Delightful location
The expansion of the republic has

I hereby announce my candidacyfor ,: been dependent in large part upon the I Ii with or without board. Terms very

alderman to fill the vacancy made i efforts and successes of the reasonable. Address, "C" care Sen-
engin-I tinel I
by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar eering department. National 5-22 tf See W. L. COBB
I With "Just as Good'1 because the
subject to the election called for same ternational railroads; national and international : Money to loan
on improved
prop- chances are 100 to 1 that the
and if elected will endeavor to fill !1 bridges and canals are the S. Y. WAY.
"Just as good'' is in reality infer
same to the interest of the city. i'work of the engineering corps and ior. F.D. Harvey&Co.Phone

Respectfully, | the labors of this department is one LOST-Black ribbon watch fob with .

GEO. A. BARKER. of the great illuminating powers of gold linotype matrix as charm. Initials POINSETTIA
(To July 8JOB- American Their work is a "H. M. W." engraved on side.
progress. 1
I Finder return to Sentinel and receive 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.
revelation of usefulness and
supreme reward. Ice Cream is in a class
'each day sees some new accomplish- ALL BY ITS SELF. .
_PRINTINGOur ment contributing to the convenienceand NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS We make it that way.
10 I welfare of humanity. Bids will be received for the over- Pure Cream Sterilized

job department is equippedwith I hauling and construction of rooms in Inspected and passed. Man-

up-to-date faces of type, modern the Court House for jury quarters. ufactured under ideal sani-
Money to loan on improved property tary conditions. Don't accept SFECI.A.LSFRIDAY : :
machinery and competent workmen,
.' S. Y. WAY. Plans and specifications will be on file a substitute.
and prepared to turn out beautifuland ----- ----- in the office of the Clerk of the Cir- 1

artistic work. Estimates fur- Shanibarger's for bicycles and cuit Court. Bids will be received up and SATURDAY

nished and satisfaction guaranteed. 1 Sundries. tf to the meeting of the Board of Coun- FOR SALE BY i iI iI I I

ty Commissioners on the First Mon-

day By in order July.of County Commissioners. V.W.ESTES&CO. i I; J cent at .18 cents

Novelty Crepe
FLA.No. e

FOR SALE-New house and lot in 8 .

ments.Colonial Park.J. F.$1150 Sentinel SCHUMAN, easy Office.pay-, JJ cent Voiles at l 20 cents

Regular DownpourBARiAINSBy

GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections S irella Corsets I

at about one-third less than us-
ual list prices. Full line in stock. I.

W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church (Not Sold in Stores)
street. Agents for Barclay Corsets

Wear a corset made to fit yon. Ask
for a demonttration. Call or send post

gtj* securing your personal i S XWmCE-. ,,,C It I 308 west St. Cor.CORSET South Orlando PARLORS Fla. Lei US figure on Jour Job frintingml1

needs now, you can make more t MRS. J. VAN BL'SKIRK Core titrt

clear money than by any day's
[!!:!! l'iJ I ClCJClCJlcJcIcJJ! : : !! : I lf[ cItIIl! !! !! 'Ii v

work you have ever done Everything NOTICE

in our store is being sold (1 ? In Godina Circuit County M.,Court Land.vs. Florida.. '7th Judicial Circuit Orange The Best is the Cheapest

at a sacrifice.Be Divorce. I
M. H. Land.

sure and visit our store. It To It M.appears H. Land from: the affidavit of Godina M. ,: SO GET THE BEST OF
I Land herein duly filed, that she is the com-
will eventually pay you. Remember Our "sweets" are standards of purity defendantnisthe above resident entitled of Orlando cause ,that Orange the !
County, Florida but that he has been absent Paints and Wall Paper
lookers are welcomed as politely and deliciousness by which you more than sixty days next preceeding this
can judge others. date; that there is no person in the State of
Florida. the service of a subpoena upon whom
as buyers. Every chocolate, every bonbon, would bind said defendant; and that the de-
l fendant is over the age of twenty-one years. iAi 13: : .. < -U: LN SAMPLES
every confection of whatever sort thatis this
You are therefore ordered to appear to
- sold here represents the highest Bill on Monday the first day of September. I IK GKAMJ \>L WILL HE PLEASED
A. D.. 1913 the same being a Rule Day of i
standard of genuine purity and excel- this Court I TO SHOW THEM nLL 10U HAVE TO

I! Brown & ;: lence.A published It is further for eight ordered consecutive that this weeks notice, in the be I DO IS TO lELtit'HONE AND I WILL

Lartigue single trial of jour favorite con- South Orange Florida County.Sentinel Florida., a newspaper publishedin BRING THE SAMPLE TO YOUR HOME.

fection bought here will convince you Witness B. M. Robinson Clerk of the Circuit -
to Court and the seal thereof this the 14th I
that this is THE establishment to
day of June A. D. 1913.B. I
I Men's and Boys' Outfitters always patronize. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
By M. A. Howard, D. C. i A. BARKER PHONE 268
I Kandy
-" Attorney for Complainant :!I S! ..S SiSS J .r J'ITAINT S W SS safiJ

Yom' .: .



I The broad proclaiming man WORLD'S old daylight,philosopher extended that GREATEST carrying a he who challenge was went a in lanternd NEED searcha about that '1RiANDOIK A K & TRUST I COMPANP >MllllltMtMltHttHtiHIIIMiMltillllllilHMM LUCERNE ETIE1TEII I \ R ,:i I

Ids good today., There are many fig-

es masquerading as men who fall Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00. '
ort of the requirements. Theree MOTION PICTURES
many, little, contemptible hypo- Total Resources over Three-quarters of a Million.
ites who flutter about like moths be-
[re an electric light, their chief aiming I Statement of the OrtaJo>> Bank and

to keep in the spot light and t g I TrIll Co, at Cole of Basfon PROGRAM TODAY
eir purpose always self agrandizeent. R I
April Ilk, 1.11-TItt .
The smaller the man, and the V
[wer his accomplishments the great- ? Aulrenary of

his buzzing. Like the drum major iURISOUECIS Elt tICl "CRUEL SUSPICION" . . . . Reliance
wants to be at the head of the pro- .
ssion where his girations will at- A Thrilling and Gripping Melodrama, Full of Pathos
[act most attention. In public

dress their oratory consists of self- "MUTUAL WEEKLY NO. 19" . . . .Mutual
ttery-the mental process of rub- Illustrated News From All Over the World i
ng their own stomach and pattingeir .
own back. Self is the important
Real EitaU, 1brnltorte't "HUMAN KINDNESS" . . .American I
inctuation to all their affairs of this I aadFixtarea 11.11. II t;
I 25,6144
orld. Their face is as long and their I Stocks and Bow !8OI8.UI A Beautiful Story, Portraying how a heartless fore-
srds as pious as the old time phari- ; : Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61 man thought an old gardener was too old for work,
e who hands and stiff I
with crossed
because of a grudge, but human kindness wins in
pck stood and invited the world to Total .................f1U8O.0II the end. A neighboring Miss solved the difficult '
ze upon his purity. '
I These shams are found in every -"i-L I LIABILITIES problem l

Immunity and are despised by all Capital Stock ..........100000.00 I
pod men.
Never 4 Surplus and Undivided MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. M.
search for
was the men more 'r M Profits ................ !4,1<<..11I
[rutenizing than today. Men, goodd = Deposits...... ........ 65.118.1! NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.
true are the demand of the hour. i I !M

I When Channing wrote: "Those who Y :Z ; Total ................'719.180.01I

jive ns,withstood who have the practised severest the tempta-most 1000 $2 Books for 50 cents Each jj

[dious duties, who have confided in
ad under the heaviest trials; who I. Deposits April 4, U13.$5 !,171.U I GET ONE WHILE THEY LAST ,

ive been most wronged and have for- Deposits April 16, UlI... U ,l1IJJ

ven most," he was writing under the I Halted States Goreruieat. State and Cetaty Depository Increase in 12 days ......$..7241188MltllMltiitflMMIM tllltll "
ption "Noble Men." J "

I If man is to be the noblest work of j ...- _.. 0 0 :1-' 111111111'111"11111'111111"1"11111"11111111111'THE -- _

3d, his conduct must be set free f
om the dross of selfishness and van- ., mimnilMMMIillMttlllllMHHIIIMIIIIIMMim I

:. These are the load stones that MARKETOf
ike him mean and contemptible in -
e eyes of all men.
W. M. SLEMONSBecause


Speaker Farris of the late house of
presentatives in an interview defers summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We

himself as follows: carry a large stock of desirable goods. FISH AND GAME
"I say emphatically that the Legisure -

this year passed more general WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GINGHAMS Kept under the best sanitary conditions.

'slation of the benefit to the peo- RATINE, SILKS, SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.
Je than has been passed by any Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
|her session in the history of the We sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and
te. It is easy to say what the and $3.00. pure.
gislature failed ta do, but why not
fair and say also what was done." Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have

I Now, Mr. Farris must know that WHITE. everything in the Meat Line.

le people are only too glad to giveem RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety. .
due credit for every thing good
ley did. But what they actually ac We carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKETH.

mplished is so greatly out of pro- Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best.
rtion with what they failed to do
at the people naturally hold them: Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON M. Self & Co.
sponsible for a lot of waste time.
I HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It .
As a rule the people are not easily
loled and when they get their eyes is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. 18.20 PINE STREET
fde open to a fact all the eloquencehd i
self praise of the politician will 1
| Phone No. 80
[t save him. The last legislatures
a signal failure. Most of the i
mbers have been tried and fount W. M. SLEMONS MiMtlllMIMIIIIIMMIItiHlititlilllllMMMIIHvveufevw

nting. The people have put the

al of disapproval upon their work .11111"III'lllllltt'IIIIII'III'IIIIIIIIIIIIII'ltt't ) IIIIIIIIIIII"II"i ? *W VNYWvG L44Jwv; =Gv Ww4tiGG0 GP Op
ese gentlemen will in most part bired e 1
to private life, and new menwhose ] LIGHT THE
i I' I '" I 'II I
_ 1 business life is clean and

|lose elevated political to official life unblemished life. will 'F" YOU WANT THE i' rEST'I I I j PATH TO PROSPERITY I(

Merchants who Electric
IN use Signs never lose

I Some time ago Mr. C. P. Dow,I ::5 their way by choosing the wrong road to suc I
shier of the People's Nationalmk THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, J cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new

[ inaugurated a sanitary mon)' HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts
Impaign in Orlando by getting all!
}w, clean money for his ba king DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO i like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I

[use. MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY ) trade within its reach; That is the reason
[These aU looked so clean and crisp } c
they command the attention of buyers
lat people were anxious to exchange REFUNDED. I ) .
leir "filthy lucre" for the new t

ight money. It is a big expense to I For Every Store Owner
bank to send the old money in toe
B. Salomon Orlando
| National Treasury for exchange I
No matter how small his business, the Elec-
they have express to pay both
and one who has had I tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
ays every '" I
[perience with express companies .. advertising.
lows what this expense amounts to. I Phone for our Sign Designer to call and subS -
e government, believing in sanitary MIMHillltlMMtttlMMHimMMMMIMHIIMIH
oney, has arranged to make it mit a sketch.

jsier for banks to have clean money, WELCOME TO WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us.-.No Expense to You.
the invention of a machine which I
links may purchase and renovated
polish their own money at nomi1 -
| expense and the banks are urged BARBER SHOP 1' .
secure the machines and provide For the Least I ORNDO WATER LIGHT
[emselves with sanitary money. Mr. Modern and Complete. :
,gess Smith, inspector of techni- :
Everything new, individual
I work of the bureau of engravingthe
U. S. is electric attachments at every Tender Meats I
Treasury Department chair. No stone has been left Juicy AesMwe 9AAMl AA .t".AAeAAAlAAAdA MAdBIl03
charge of the work and can give
unturned to make this shop
111 information. It is said that b) I
lis process bills are cleaned and meet th erequirements of the You can always depend on getting the best at our
most particular. Plenty of I Subscribe For The
lightened up like new bills and room. Courteous attendants. market, and yon will find there [spa. wonderful differ- Sentinel.lilillimMMIttliltMtllltMllllimiHMIIitlll. ;
jins are cleaned up like new.
ELIJAH WHITEHEAD, ence in meats.

Proprietor. mmi j
I The following are some of the angers -
at teacher's examination over Orange Ave., Orlando, Fla. {

"The American Revolution started I
cause the English threw a cargo of GOING AWAY i BOONE STREET ORLANDO FLA. Horse and Buggy., per day $2.50 : .
ked beans into Boston and they ex- 1.2 day 1.50 : t
oded." "The Indian Ocean is one If so, don't forget to have the Daily '
Western frontier." "Shakespeare Sentinel follow you-mailed every day PHONE 105 Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

a a great author" his best book be- t. your summer home. No extra MiiiiiimiMiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiRead 1.2 day 2.50 i iI 1 I
;the Bible. "Caesar was killed be- i.urge.SiAnibarger's.
use he wanted I
to be president of
exico" "The ailimentary canal is i for bicycles andft.dries. the J. B. Magruder & Son ; :
. mewhere in New York* tf Daily Sentinel 4MMIIMHIMIIillllttlHlllllllllllttMMIMIIMIE. 1 r.


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'" ,111111111111111111..111111111111111111111111Louis CITY FATHERS IN REGULAR

C. Massey, President. t
(Continued from First Page.)

T. Pictoo Warlow. Vk .Pm. 8. waters Bower CuU Income .
Howard C Babcock Au't Cuhlcr Samuel A.Newel AM't Cukkr First-To do a general florist busi-
ness. The garden, if maintained as I

propose, should yield an abundanceof
THESTATE all kinds of flowers, sufficient to
conduct cessfully.a general floral business suc- What is theCHRISTMAS :

Second-The play ground should .

BANK produce an income from the tennis
raquets at lOc each per hour, and ;

croquet mallets at 5c each per hour,
provided the players were not equip- SAVINGI

ped with their own. Boats can be
of Orlando rented at probably 35c per hour, or if CLUB !I

desired an attractive pleasure motor
boat could be operated about the lake
and would pay well at a nominal sum

TOE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND per trip. The pier should be equip- Merely a number of people who arrange lo i!
ped with cigars and candy, etc., which systematically
would increase the income. save certain odd pennies each week with the positive as- 1

Stock I surance that they will receive a check two weeks before
The Bank which transacts more business than I propose to sell the stock to the
people of this city and as fast as the j I Christmas for every penny they have sand
Bank between Jacksonville and
any profits I
accrue they should be set into
I a special fund to retire the stock and a}
as soon as that fund has reached L
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up an
amount sufficient to retire the stock

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound all stock holders would be bought 'I' You can save any amount from 2 cents a week up. *

banking principles with careful attention to the legiti- out.All
additional profits to be expended -
mate wants of customers. The confidence of the publicis for the beautifying and developing The 2 cents the first r r

reuected in the large amount of deposits. of such other parts about the city $11 t
as2 the Board of Directors should week "club" nets you t
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 deem best.

The city should place sufficient electric ,
lights through-out the
water and regular police

supervision to maintain order and IT IS WORTH WHILE !

prevent vandalism.The .

correspondent banks are located in every part of city should deliver free such
of the street sweepings as the
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the ation may desire. corpor- Call at the Christmas Savings Club Window and let us explain it more lull)

United States. The city should permit the corporation or better still join some club now.
to operate without taxes until

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GLASER !'der but the Council wished to take it un- The Peoples National Bank"It
Some time ago the Executive Com- advisement until an adjourned

mittee of the Florida Audubon So- Baltimore, Md., June 19.-Acting meeting on Monday night.
ciety offered a first and second prize for itself and other companies having This proposition of Mr. Dow's, in is a pleasure to serve you."
for the best essays, written by pupilsof policies for more than $1,000,000 on fact, leaves the matter wholly in the

Florida high schools, on subjects the l life of the late Edward 0. Painter city's hands but simply provides a

connected with the work of the so- of Jacksonville, Fla., whose death means of getting the ready cash iUllillltltlMIM f MM M MtlllMMtllMIt
ciety. The subjects on which the essays on May 22 last by drowning is being without going to the city treasury for
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were to be written were, 1. "The inquired into, the United States Fidelity it. The city can provide in the lease ---- --- --- -h- -----
Economic Value of Birds to Farm. and Guaranty Company, which for! taking the whole matter over by I. tMIIIMMIIIMtMIMMItttllttttlMIMIIMtlMlllimillMlltlltHIIIMMI-- ---- -

ers and Fruit-growers;" 2. "The had issued an accident policy for the city at any time they wish and

Plumage BirdS 9? Florida," including $20,000 to Mr. Painter, has obtainedan the fact that the grounds would guar-

personal observation; 3. .'Th Native injunction in the Circuit Court antee a rental of $600 per year, it

Song-birds of Florida," including per- prohibiting the removal of Mr, i'in-: would pay itself out in ten years.

sonal observations; 4. "The Historyand ter's organs from! this city. I The word "corporation" is hardly a Crepe He [ Unit
proper term to use for this holding :
Work of the Audubon Societiesf The injunction was obtained against i
the United States;" 5. "Bird and Chemist Glaser, to whom the organs company who lease the ground from

Game Reservations in the United had been sent for analysis, and Dr. the city as they are really only trus

States-Purpose, Hostory, Fauna, Re- Standish McCleary.The tees for the city and the parties who .

sults with personally drawn maps. policy of the United States Fi the money to make the ... "Dt.'t = ,

The first prize offered was $10 in delity and Guaranty Company was issued park possible, and their trusteeshipsubscribe
of to Mr. Painter !would cease at such time as the city
a 21st last
cash; the prize, copy on April ,
Frank H. Chapman's "Handbook of a month and a day before his death. : saw fit to terminate the lease. The most up-to-date Fabric for this

Birds of Eastern North America." I Within a period of three months of : It looks" like the proposition would
I:his death, the bill of i work out to the satisfaction of all
submitted by
Twelve were complaint states,
In all] the
I Season. newest shades
pupils in the high schools of Jacksonville he had taken out life insurance policies I and many have already indicated
'their willingness to take
of the stock
Fort lot motfto $1,000,000, and ac
Daytona and Myers
The judges were Mrs. Pmfpsor cident poltrj'-b for more than $100,000not liberally.THE. for afternoon and evening wear

Hiram Powers* hf Uollui College; including the one which is the,
basis of the suit. The annual I I SUB-TUOPICAL FAIR
Miss Nannie Hayes, of Winter Park, premiums ;
The proposition to form union of
for many years teacher in the Chicago on these policies were more than I IGOOOO. I
public schools, and Rev. 'Dr. J. $ Although it is asserted that i Volusia, Seminole, Orange, Lake and
Goodrich Litch, pastor of All Saints Mr. Painter's income was not more: Osceola counties, for the purpose of SPECIAL THE REST OF THIS WEEK
holding a mid-winter sub-tropical fairhe
Episcopal church, Winter Park. than $25,000 a year.
These judges assigned the firstprize Under the terms of its policy t on the Orlando grounds is groundedt

to W. H. Cordner, Jr., and the United States Fidelity and Guaranty good sense. These five counties areas

second prize to Anna Chamberlain, Company claims the right to have an representative of Florida as any
both of the Duval High School, Jacki i independent examination made by a five counties in the state and especially -
38-Inches Wide
sonville.It chemist and pathologist. do they, embody the wealth of

is hoped that the Florida Audu- Ie is proposed by the insurancecompanies the interior. The exhibition put up
by these five counties would be
similar that some chemist chemists typical
tow: Society will be able to offer or -
prizes next year ,and that a stilllarger i agreed upon by them and Mr.i. Florida and would attract throngsthe
number of young people, rep- 'Painter's family, or appointed by t of tourists from the north who would Usually sold for$1.00perYardIK
find much of interest in this
resenting many of the high schoolsof court, shall be promptly selected to great
conduct further panorama of Florida products. Orlando -
the State, may participate in the a
has a splendid ground and
The recent passage by the legislature jARTIST TAKES HIS LIFE buildings that will amply accommodate ,
the five counties and enable each
of the Robin Protective Bill, of Chicago, June 19.-Despondent beto make a All
proper showing.
License Bill and of the
the Hunters' cause his eyes had failed him, just would stand on equal footing in the
Game and Fish Bill indicate howgreatly FOR THIS ONLY
when he had conceived after years( of matter of exhibition and in competing -
in these mattersis
the interests
the State. dreaming, the picture he hoped wouldmake > for the specal prizes. The honest
increasing throughout him famous, Carl Mauch, an artist and friendly rivalry thus createdwould i
These bills, if they become laws, and 1
took poison and died from its effects stimulate better farming and
and fish and thusconserve
our birds, game
yesterday. He was 63 years old build up interest in farming.The .
the resources of the State. and rapidly was losing his sight. competition would
open bringin
William Fremont Blackman, Recently Mauch told fellow 49c Per Yard 49c
President. a member an immense exhibit that would -
of the Palette and Chisel Club show off Florida to good advantage.Besides .
that the inspiration of his life had< this it would unite the peopleof
PIPE ORGAN PROJECT OF FIRST come to him and bemoaned the fact these neighboring counties in a

BAPTIST CHURCH PERFECTED that he never again would touch a closer friendship and establish pleasant -

brush to canvas. business relations. Many of t

of Mauch was born in Wurtenburg,I counties in various parts of the sta:
The members the First Baptist Germany, and his club fellows tell a are doing this and they find it advatageous. n-N. P. YOWELLThe
church met in special conference on story of how, when a boy, he chastised .
Wednesday evening and granted to I the future king of that province. Hosts of people come to Florida

the choir the privilege of making alterations According to them it was the rule at every winter who would profit by this
to the church and installinga : the school which I
Mauch attended that
opportunity to see the products of!
pipe organ. the prince should always be the winY the soil and many would become i interested Big White Store
This project was inaugurated b ner of any game. When he saw his in Florida soil by reason of
the members of the choir and the! friends contriving that the prince this exh bit who
not for
funds are being raised by them, over should be the victor in a game in the reliable information here except obtained.It. 11111 11111 11111 11111 II'' 11111111111111111111111111.

half of which has already been real which he was playing, he flew into a I II I The idea is a good one and it is to:I AT THE FAVORITE TODAY CHULUOTA WILL CELEBRATEThe FOR SALE

I rage and attacked his young majesty. i be hoped that the board of directors -
ized.At the home of Mrs. M. 0. Over I Two great two-reel features. usual annual picnic will be held
will be able to the
carry plans to con- Practically new Rambler
street about five weeks ago, it was, Work is progressing rapidly on the sumation. I Four magnificent reels. here on the Fourth of July. Thereare bile, equipped with Presto Automo.

decided that an organ should be in main building for the Florida Military "The New )Magdolen Imp-Imp many interesting and entertain- curtains, windshield, lights, top

stalled. Every member has been l Academy, which is situated in Murray Naval stores in large quantitieswill feature in two parts. ing features on the program. : clock, bumper, wheel speedometer extra
earnestly at work since that time and I l Hill "Heroine of the Plains," 101 Bisona ; The feature of decided interest for spare with
Heights, adjoining Riverside,I be moved from Pensacola within tire, tube and complete
the fruits of their labors are most Jacksonville. The structure is beinge I the next ten days. Next Sunday the Western Indian feature. :the young people will be dancing. accessories. tools and

satisfactory and in a short time th built of brick and will be three stories' steamer Virginia will arrive in port Feature program. :Come, bring your baskets and enjoy ;
organ, costing three thousand dollarslill high. The formal opening of thee I there and will take about 28,000 bar Open 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. I a Glorious Fourth. Also has auto trunk with two suitcases

\\ be installed. The contract for th Academy will take place on Octo- rels, or a full cargo, to some Ger- Admission five cents to all. COMMITTEE. i, for touring. Reason for sell.
I have
I ing no
let. use for
alterations has been ordered ber 1.Spoony. man port. car.
Shanibarger's for bicycles and f Phone 24 and say"Send me the Daily! Address P. 0. Box 87, City.

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