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 21, 1913
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Orlando (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Orlando
Coordinates: 28.533611 x -81.375833 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1913.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 1, no. 269 (Dec. 20, 1913).
General Note: J.F. Schumann, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Feb. 14, 1913).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Holding Location: University of Central Florida: Florida Digital Newspaper Library
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075051
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System ID: UF00087112:00045
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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 Orlando-Progressive Center of the State

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New York June 20. Coney Island Washington June 20.-Democratic i special to the Sentinel last night Special to The Sentinel. San Francisco
The big party of Orlando: goo;:tsrs, Cal., June :20.-Hundreds .

in fifteen automobiles carrying a totalof policemen mounted as horse_ marines I senators' caucussed today on the tariff announced that the Governor had ap- Regatta Course, New London Conn. of Americans, men, women and

fifty-two people, who started from have become a valuable adjunct to the ::1 bill as revised by the majority of the pointed the following for the officials i!June 20.-Harvard won an easy vic- children are dying from starvation

Orlando Tuesday morning at 7:30 life saving forces at that popular re Finance Committee. Only the income of Seminole county: tory over Yale today in the varsity and fever on the outside of Mazatlan,

o'clock, arrived in St. Petersburg this sort.Two tax feature was held back for revi Clerk of Circuit Court, E. A. Dou- fouioared two-mile race, the crimson while awaiting ships to bring them

afternoon to spend a few hours look- of the mounted patrolman, Ed- sion. The committee expects to meet I glass; Tax Assessor, T. K. Bates; i crew crossing the finish line fh'c. to the United States, according to K3.

ing over the city. The first section of win Cody and James J. McDonald, who Sunday to complete that work. Tax Collector, J. D. Jinkins; Sheriff, lengths ahead of the Yale oarsmen. patch received here today, from Fmnk

ten autos reached the city at 2:30 witha were on regular duty regulating traf- Chairman Simmons indicated he expected -I C. M. Hand; Superintendent Public j The contest was rowed in a nasty 1... Gluyas, a mine operator in )(ex-

Board of Trade delegation at its fic ashore, distinguished themselves opposition in the caucus to the I Instruction, D. 1... Thrasher; County i: rain and the rippled surface of the ico. ,

head, which met the incoming party yesterday when they swam horses sugar and wool program, but believed -I Judge, B. F. Whitner; County School Thames caused slow time. The official Gluyas is one of the largest minors

near Largo when they left about 2 about 300 feet out to sea and rescued these schedules would not be I Board, F. P. Forrester Tilden Jacobs, time was: Harvard, 11 minutes, 52 in Escunapa and is associated with

o'clock. The party will spend the rest seven persons from a disabled motor- changed.The S. C. Dickson; Supervisor Registration -I seconds; Yale, 12 minutes, 11 seconds. the Rothchilds and Barings in Mexican -

of today here and head for their homein boat.A. amendment permitting the H. C. Dubose; County Treasurer, Harvard also won the freshmen mining interests. *

Orlando sometime Thursday. i thirty-five foot craft was nearly President to proclaim special rates J. B. Jones; County Commissioners, eight race by one and a half lengths. ., The dispatch from Gluyas said

A trip will also be made to Pass- swamped by a choppy sea and two when foreign nations discriminate F. L. Woodruff, J. T. McClain, J. A. 'j The official time was: Harvard, 10:41; there are now in Mazatlan hundredsof

a-Grille, this afternoon to spend the women in the party with children in against the United States provideshe Clark, L P. Hagan, C. W. EntzmmThese Yaye, 10:45. Americans who are trying to get

night there bathing and fishing in arms, were screaming for help, while shall exercise this authority on ger. I The Yale crew was in bad shape atI( to California, many of them, he said,

the gulf by moonlight. The rest of the throng of promenaders ashore certain articles, as follows: Fish, men expect to have their the end of the contest, No. 2 almost without funds, having been forced*to

the time will be spent in driving stood helpless.But fresh, smoked and dried, pickled or commissions by July 1st, and those': collapsing.,: leave their homes penniless by bands

around the city. While the trip from the two bluecoats mounted on otherwise prepared, one cent per who go to Sanford, July Fourth to celebrate Preparations for the freshmen eight of roving bandits who call themselfei

here to Orlando or from Orlando to first class steeds that had been taught pound; on wheat, ten cents per bushel; there can congratulate the new : contest were started soon after the rebels. *

St. Petersburg is often made by resi- .:.to swim, did not hesitate for a moment on wheat flour, forty-five cents per county. Seminole county will now conclusion of the varsity four race. Passengers arriving here the Ust

dents of either of the cities, this is They wheeled their chargers, barrel; on coffee, 3 cents per pound; begin its real organization. The two shells were brought in tow few days, not only confirming the assertions -

the first time that there has ever swerved them down over the embank- on tea, ten cents per pound. I to the starting line at the bridge, of Gluyas, but added the con-

been such a delegation made the trip ment onto the beach and plunged into On the following articles a duty not I THE SPIRIT OF LATTER-DAY while the observation train awaited ditions were so frightful in Mazatfan

between the two cities. This is claimed the surf. to exceed one and a fourth times that ADVERTISINGAs the arrival of the crews. and all other Pacific ports of Mexico
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to be the largest undertaking in The tide was such that the horses specified; on earthern, stone and 'I The water was smooth, but it was :i that they are indescribable. _,

this line that has yet been attempted had not gone more than 75 feet be- chinaware lemons, cheese, wines of I! we have said before, the purpose raining hard. '

in the State. fore they were "off their legs" and I'' all kinds, malt liquors, knitted goods, ''I l of the Sentinel is first of Gray sky and a drizzling rain greeted I BOOSTERS RETURN

The machines and their occupants had to swim. Horses and riders bob silk dress and piece goods, leather,I I all to serve its readers. To do this both oarsmen and spectators here
bed and down half gloves, laces and embroideries of i this morning when they arose to take
show the effects ofa up submerged
is not only the right moral attitude! The last of the Boosters cars got in
the crowd the beach cheered whatever material composed and articles observations previous to the first race'''
hard drive which
long ,
I toward our constituency but it is good'i last night,: at 6:30. All speak highlyof
efforts. made wholly or in of of the Yale-Harvard crew regatta.1!
everyone adjudged a splendid one. : same; business, speaking from a purely bus- the trip. Col. Bradshaw, Presidentof
The party said that they had enjoyed Cody and McDonald not only reached toys, jewelry and precious, semi-pre- iness standpoint. ; There was not a puff of breeze in :< the Board of Trade, followed the
the craft in time to the cious and imitation precious stones sight and the upper and lower reaches ]
the trip immensely and that the rescue ,
I Beacham and
wo-I And so it is that we point out from example of Mr. shipped
men and children but went suitable for use in the manufactureof of the Thames were as flat as the'proverbial
roads were not nearly as bad as they I day to day the advertising features'! his car from St. Petersburg to Tam-

had anticipated. The party consisted second time and towed in the boat!] jewelry."On of this paper and the advantages to I! mill pond. But for the light pa to avoid the awful sand roads between .
with its men I the following, in addition to : rain, it would have been a perfect
of of the businessmen occupants.
leading j The Colonel
many be gained from keeping posted in alII! those two cities.
The policemen's horses the duties as provided: Sugars, tank day for the annual aquatic test of
of Orlando, a number of whom appeared toderive of the thus expresses himself as highly gratified
dumb from bottoms, syrup of cane juice and concentrated j stroke and stamina. Several times the
had brought their wives and daugh- being pat- The spirit of advertising is different with the trip as does Mr. Overstreet,
ted and applauded. As for and' molasses testing by the I sun attempted to break through the
ters.-St. Petersburg Independent, today from that of few i while Mrs. Bradshaw and Mrs. Over-
18th. :McDonald: the hot sun soon dried their''' polariscope not above 75 degrees,: fift- I a years ago.iThe clouds, but without success. Old river start
street they are
idea no longer is to fool and to'' say
trousers and they did not bother to teen one hundredths cent per pound, ': men predicted a steady light rain un- out another trip.
misrepresent, but to inform and
and for test additional 'I til breeze came and swept the
a up
go off duty until their day one one
was over. invite. And it is the constant aim i The treatment accorded the boosters
HOT SPRINGS hundredth cent clear.
per pound; on molasses skyline
s .1 two cents gallon." of the good merchant to stick resolutely in every city and town was cordial

Hot Springs Ark. June This : SWALLOWED UP BY QUICKSANDSpecial per to facts.It I but Clearwater outdid them all. A
I 1 _____ I I is this spirit on the part of advertisers THE SHIFTING OF THE BURDEN band and several autos filled with
city was quiet today following the excitement II
of last night which resultedin to the Sentinel. I A DESERVED COMPLIMENT( that makes for confidence : business men, met them six miles

Terra Haute, Ind., June 20.-With I ----- I and enables us to direct the attention The Underwood tariff and the in- :, out and conducted them into the city,
the -
lynching and burning of Will i i
water and quicksand gradually encom- I Hon. Braxton Beacham and Dr. of our readers to the profitable'. come tax will produce a much greater where they were wined and dinedin
Norman, the who attacked and I :
killed 14-year-old negro Garland Huff, passing him, William Dover, of Shirk-; Stagg, of Orlando, were appreciated I practice of "ad" reading, feeling that revenue than the Payne tariff pro- a princely manner. The enter

daughter of Judge Lloyd Huff. All ville, bade goodbye to each man who I 1 callers at the Telegram office this :I i in so doing we render them a distinct duces under existing laws. prise and wide-a-wake spirit shown

vainly endeavored to rescue him and morning. Tl.>y were members of i I service. The revenues under existing laws by the citizens of this splendid little
trace of the funeral had been I
pyre removed then strangled to death today. Dover the party of Orlando Good Roads are $304,216,694. While it is esti- city accounts for the wonderful prog
from the I
was digging a well and reached a Boosters, who passed through here'I I mated that the Underwood schedules ress it has made.
where Norman met his death. THE WEATHER IN OHIO
depth of thirty feet when he encoun- Tuesday enroute to St. Petersburg. will produce $266,701,130 and the income Several of the party returned by
The negro made no resistance when I
tered quicksand. lIe called to the They report the roads in fearful con- I tax $80,000,000, or a total of train as one or two of the cars returned
found by a posse in the mountainsnear Just now the corn fields are at the
'. helper above who summoned three I dition, with few exceptions, from Or- $347,000,000, a gain of $42,783,306. from Tampa and one car was
the city. As he was being mercy of dry weather but some day II
other men, but all attempts to pull lando to the West Coast city, and one The Underwood bill makes an ad disabled on the downward trip at
brought into town to be placed in jail, the secret of how to conserve the
the sinking man to safety proved fu-I stretch of road between Clearwaterand 1 valorem rate of 32.99 per cent as'i Winter Haven, where it was left ina
he was told that his little victim was moisture, or a water supply sufficient!I
dead. tile. Finally the sand reached his I Tarpon Springs was so bad that against a present rate of 43.64 per garage for repairs and was to be
to the
irrigate crops in time of drouth
neck and realizing there was no hope, Mr. Beacham had his car loaded on | cent. I picked up on the homeward trip.
"Well, I guess I will be, too, in a will be made possible on every farm.
Dover told each one farewell, sent I the steamer and conveyed back to In the sundries bill the democrats I Every member of that boosters
little while he and then : A week
replied beg- I ago we were shivering
messages to his relatives and friends I.Tampa. Mr. Beacham has many have added many articles of luxury party will demand something besides
ged the officers to not permit the mob i i around the fire side and wondering I
and then ,was swallowed up. friends in Lakeland, made while he not heretofore taxed by the republicans piecemeal road building for flor-
to burn him alive. !j( whether the overcoat and blanket sea-
was a candidate for congressman at I and from the increase on luxuries -i ida.
An investigation of the lynching has | son ever would come to an end. Todayone I I
been ordered by city and county authorities i!NO I : CHANGE IN: COTTON HANDLING large, many of whom hope to see him of the hottest June waves on record 'I alone the government gains !
'I enter the race again at some future I $23,000,000. !i
!j with the mercury making the ALABAMA'S COAL OUTPUTThe
I i time, for Florida needs just such a I The income tax bill will be so''
century run, is causing sweltering
June I II man to represent her interests in the amended that the incomes from states !
Birmingham 19. Results
THE II conditions.-Advocate, Greenville, 0., indications are that the coal
DEADLY CIGARETTE I the general conference between the'I national capitol as Mr. Beacham. : 18th. and municipalities shall not be taxed i production of Alabama for the first

: steamship and rail interests, bankers Lakeland Telegram. I will break all .
Special to the Sentinel I I half of the year 1913
II I compress owners, cotton exporters I WOMEN BURNED TO DEATHSt. I II I Heretofore the rule has been to I former records. In 1912 the coal out-

Paterson, N. J., June 20.-Her habit -;i and others anent the rules for hand- GRAND AMERICAN HANDICAP I --- I II place the burdens on the necessities of I put of the state was the largest in
of smoking after retiring at night life and release the luxuries. In !
;! ling the cotton crop this year and in Petersburg, Russia, June 19.- I the history of coal mining in the state,
caused the death t
of 19-year-old : the future, held yesterday and ,given: Special to the Sentinel. I Eighty women were burned to death other words the Underwood tariff going considerably over sixteen and
Katherine Breen, here today. The out today were that the Dayton, Ohio, June 20.-The Grand changes the shoe and here is where
steamship I today by villagers enraged at the importation -: one-quarter million tons. But for the
girl rolled a cigarette on retiring I lines had given an ultimatum that American Handicap was won here today of cheap girl labor to work. the pinch comes. car shortage during the latter partof
after I
midnight and was awakened there will be no change in the by M. S. Hotman, of Hitchville, I
hour later pro- I I on a sugar estate in the district of the year, the output would prob-

and her an night clothes, her bed in flames posed plans for handling cotton. I Ohio, who made the score of 97 out I I Piratin, in the province of Poltava, E. 0. PAINTER'S BODY IN LITI.I ably have reached 18,000 tons. Chief

completely[ These rules are to go into effect Russia Mine Nesbitt
Southern to
burned off her. She I I according to the CATION j I Inspector expects
was sent to a ,; September I I< and provide for uniformity seventyfive I l I' data after 1 and
hospital where she' died tonightDEATH i ii. I Kiev newspaper, Liamin. I II gather July alreadyhe <
in baling! cotton, marking so as I and scores were unusually good. II I The excited villagers first securely Even the dead bones of a rich man has received assurances that the

to give a full description of cotton, I I IJI fastened all the means o/ exit from a I are not permitted to rest. The dead ; large coal operators will co-operate

OF NOTED SHIPBUILDER etc. JI BASEBALL RESULTS IN THE BIG i I wooden barn in which the girls were I I body of E. 0. Painter seems to have j i. with him in compiling figures on the

I LEAGUES :.I housed. They then set fire to the I! a commercial value and is of so mUff ''production. It is expected that the

Special to The Sentinel t w,_ COTTON CULTURE I .' ,. building while the inmates were ilk\iIl I'i importance that it is the subject ofj;i ii coal production for the first half of

New York, June 20.-Edwin S. Special to The S ntineL.- I and all were burned to death withouta litigation. Th vitals of the dead man ,: the year 1913 will exceed 9,000,000. '

Cramp, former7epresident of the 1!I Mr. Samuel Belch, who is quite a'' National chance to escape. were sent to Baltimore by the family j and may reach 10,000,000 tons.

William S. Cramp & Sons Ship Building \ in'!' Pittsburg 7 New York 3. I
farmer and who has great faith ; to undergo an examination and ;

Company, died at his home here ,', Florida soil is experimentUjr if! cotton St. Louis, 4; Chicago, 2. I TWO MORE VICTIMS analysis to learn if possible whether ONIONS AT $1 A BUSHEL
today .
culture. lIe has abut one fourthof j \. American I or not his death was premeditated:

I an acre now forting into bloom'' Washington, 3; New York, 9, first Speelal to The SentineL and self inflicted. Then an injunction J. M. Boone who planted Bermuda '

MISS YOTHERS RESIGNS : that gives great promise nothwith- game. Washington, 3; New York, 9, San Francisco, Cal., June 20.collision'-Two 1 1I' was sued out to prevent these onions extensively on his farm near
victims of yesterday's
standing the dry weather. Mr. Belch second game.Philadelphia. more vital organs being returned to the Eatonton, Ga., is gathering them at

Miss Maude Yothers, head nurse at believes that cotton can be produced 1; Boston, 6. I' between tranis on the interurban rail- j t j family. Next came the report that the rate of 400 bushels an acre and

the McEwan Sanitarium, has tendered in this locality with profit Cleveland, 0; Chicago, 3. road, succumbed to their injuries to-+| sue: ghouls were prowling about the selling them at $1 a bushel.
her resignation to take effect July I Southern day, brings the death list up to fifteen. !;' of the
'[ city to rob the grave body There are several thousand aeres
first. ORLANDO BOOSTERS Montgomery, 2; Memphis, 3. The responsibility for the wreck was 1 1I .
I \ i Now comes the accident insurance' of land in Orange county that will
Miss Pothers of the mostcor Mobile, 3 New Orleans, 2. placed upon the conductor of the I
: is one I ; company asking the court to appoint produce Bermuda onions as well as

.potent and most faithful trained. Fourteen cars filled with Good Birmingham, 3; Atlanta, 1. flyer, who is charged with failure i I I I a receiver to take possession of these any land in the United States and

nur3C- of the State and those who Roads Boosters from Orlando reached Chattanooga, 8; Nashville, 2. to stop for orders.SLIGHTLY : organs that have been under examination some day some good Dutchman will

have had the benefit of her kindlymini.1 the city Tuesday about 2 o'clock South Atlantic i I that chemists and experts may make a fortune growing them. Land

during illness will ever p. m., and took dinner at the Oaks. 1 Albany, 6; Jacksonville, o. REVISED UPWARD !I examine them for_ the.. companies.. ; in the vicinity of Taft is especially

remember her with gratitude. In some way word was not received Macon, 13; Columbus, 4. Washington, June 20.-Th e cotton i t Thus money and the scramble for suited to onions. s

here in time to give the crowd a Savannah, 5; Charleston schedule was slightly revised upward'by money does not stop at the grave. .

WEATHER REPORT 1 i greeting, and our people saw but lit- Carolina the Senate Democratic Caucus. I ..

J tie of the boosters.-Bartow Record Durham, 5; Winston-Salem, 1. The increase was 2& per cent., on I I Mr.. W. H. Drew, of Tampa, is
bleached Trying to be a good citizen has ; the guests at the San Juan
combed to-
Generally fair Saturday and Sun- i I Greensboro, 6; Raleigh, 2. cotton cloth when among

cay except showers in south portion.I Subscribe for the Sentinel 1 Asheville, ?: Charlotte, 4. dyed, mercerized or colored. made many a' man unpopular. 4 day.SEN .


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English The all pride victory Americans polo, even team of Americans owing though will be to they gratifyingto their over never the national Gifts to PleaseMay i | Bargains Bargains! I

law the game played and know noth-
ing whatever concerning it. Polo is
I Special Bargains during the remainder of this month.
a rich man's game and a very expen- be fromus Shoes for men, ladies, misses and children, in all styles
sive one, and for these reasons it safely purchased
and colors, high and low, cut to suit the taste of every
in the
will never grow popular sense I body. .All shoes will sell at 25 per cent off.Ladies' .
that it will be generally played. It where
everythingis 1 Shirtwaists from 48c up.
horseback affords
is played on a t t Ladies' Dresses, in all styles and colors, French
itirring spectacle of action and skill
Gingham, from 9Sc up.Children's .
and is decidedly interesting to guaranteed.
spec- Dresses, in all styles, sizes and colors,
tators. The polo ponies ridden by from 25c up.Ladies' .
riders have to be selected with
the I Skirts, in Linen, Pique and Serges, in all
trained for the
care and be especially -
styles, sizes and colors, from 98c up.
The is not without the
game. sport Dry Goods at a special reduction.
element of danger, which adds zest t Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats from $1.98 up.Ladies' .
it. Allen & Co.
and excitement to
: and Children's Ready-to-Wear and Trimmed
The triumph over the British team : Hats from 25c up.

was by the merest margin and indicates Men's Clothing, such as Blue Serge, Mohair and
that the two teams were admir- Cashmere Suits, all from $8.00 and up.
ably matched. The visitors got awayto Men's Alpaca Coats from $2.00 up.
a bad start in the first encounter JEWELERS Men's Pants, all kinds, latest styles, from 9Sc up.Boys' .
enabling the Americans to score a Suits in Cashmere, washable Suits in all stylesand J
margin which enabled them to win by 5 colors, from 50c up.Boys' .
an eyelash in the final clash. Still it Orlando FloridaOur Pants from 25c up. Jr j
is no small triumph when one recalls Men's and Boys' Bathing Suits, all sizes, from 48c up.
that polo is an English game and is 'i Men's and Boys' Felt and Straw Hats from 25c up. .
much more extensively played in that Notwithstanding our exceptional low prices, in addition '"
country than in America. In fact the;' we give away premiums in chinaware to everybodywho j- 8'0.-- .
interest in the sport is so widespread j trades with us. .i--- ,
that the London papers issued special j We want your trade and we assure you that we will /,7 ;.J

extra editions recording the results i Repair Department at give you the best merchandise for your money. We guarantee -', ._, '_ '<%: -
In September American yachtsmen I j satisfaction or your money}' refunded.: Come and S
and Britishers will match their skill ;I 4 l'QO 70l'eoo N, !Qrtc&ak << ( & ggcQetzt Agestit for the Snow Sh
vxb kl7lll:in& series The great majority of Americansnever

saw a yacht, not to mention a'' I H. Kanner's New Bargain Store Orlando j jMiMMIIHHHIHtttlMMMMMttStMtnBHtMHH
race, but the international rivalry and i j I ,
the American spirit will combine to''I, -
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That polo is worth while from a,:
financial standpoint as well as a sport,I I'' j jI- -
Everything in Drugs I
the gate receipts of the two gamesof I'' ,

$201,000 the -international show. The receipts cup series-on the LISTEN I! I THE[ OAKlAND

first amounted to
000; the admissions Saturday were
1,000 Books of 20 Tickets Each, Worth $2.00, now
$106,000. Selling for 50c at The Arcade Restaurant, The Lucerne
The expenses total $25,000, leavinga Co. THE CAR
net profit of $176,000 greatersum Delaney Drug Theater and Magruder's Livery Stable.

than has ever been taken dur- We want to get everybody in the habit of spending THAT EVERYBODY
ing two days of baseball in the worlds WATKINS BLOCK PHONE NO. 2 : a pleasant and profitable hour each evening at the Lu.
series. The prices of admission to : cerne. IS TALKING

the polo games ranged from 50 cents : ; GET A BOOK AT ONCE, WHILE THEY LAST.tlMMItiMltMMIIMHiMUMIHtlMMItnMIMMI.
for the field' to $2 for a box in the I ABOUT
west stand. THY OUR IOTC ( 'BEAM I
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To the first 25 men in our Store on opening | The Great Automobile Contest closes with this sale. This is your last chance to boost your fav- To the first 25 Ladies in our Store on openmorning -
who make purchases amounting tO '' > 0"te Contestant. Contestants get busy and get your friends in to this sale and have them make their ing morning, who make purchases amounting
Purchases while they can make One Dollar buy what it ordinarily takes Two Dollars to buy.
$1.00 going to give a pair of to
or more we are $1.00 or more, we are going to give a pairof
Q'lJ Somebody is going to get this Grand Five Passenger Automobile Absolutely 1 1 FREEd this is
Beautiful Half Hose FREE. Beautiful 1 FREE.
your las chance. A Gigantic Money Saving Sale full of snaps. Free Prizes bargains on just the lose .
COME WITH THE RUSH t Merchandise you need and 5,000 Votes with every dollar purchase on the Automobile Contest. COME WITH THE RUSH

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THE COST OF LIVING ,The Daily Sentinel, Orlando, Fla. 1!| I i I r- I v:

In your edition of June 18 a clipping II I I J'J'I .

The following skit, imperfect from the Miami Metropolis of Gowns I For the Next Fifteen /
enough in contrasting living condi- Monday June 16th was reprinted entire Crepe 98c. Days
follows ,
tions of today with living conditionsof reading as :
"The deep well proposition is one
fifty years ago is, however, suggestive -
that affects Orlando and when
enough in view of the talk greatly
about the "high'cost of living" and the Hines senate bill No. 20 was before -, FULL LINE MUSLIN UNDER- We will sell Lime at 90c .

the the legislature, it was so drasticin .
"cost of high living. I '
its original form as to cause Mayor barrel delivered
"Before the war, Sir-No electriccar per
W. II. Alderman J. B. ,
on which to ride-no inviting Reynolds 1 LACES, HOSIERY, NOTIONS,
'trip around the belt. No Walker and City Engineer Ramseyto 1 1STATIOXERY
jaunt by five barrel lots.
make a hurried trip to Tallahasseeto TOILET ARTICLES ,
electric line to. Aiken 'to get a few 1 !
the interests of Orlando,
whiffs protect
of country air. He 'saved' on ETC.
these. which interests were vital to Ocala,''

"His bath the washhole the and many other: places. The bill as I I
was or Florida Metal Co.
tub. He brought the water from the finally passed eliminates only "raw LOWEST PRICES ALWAYS i
sewage," therefore not affecting Or-
pump or the well. He read by a
kerosene lando's sewerage system which is now BIcNEIL-DAVIS BUILDING
lamp or a candle. No cook-
ing by gas. No brilliantly illuminated -,being installed.-Miami Metropolis." McCULLOCH'SDEPARTMENT .If
As the statements contained therein Phone 41. .
homes. No bathing pavillion at
bare of truth, I
are so am surpriesd
so much per bath. He saved along I
these lines. at their publication. STORE '.
: The facts that the Hines -
said -
are -
"No telephone bill. She, basket on I ....
bill was not drastic in its original South .II..elll.I.I.t..J..O. I.I.' lli
124 Orange Avenue
arm, did the marketing. No car line.
form and that it became a law exactly j
Few carriages. She saved there. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE

The children walked to school the as it Senator was ,originally and there introduced modification by'i ,i
"There wasn't a theater to brag offered by the Orlando officials -i "., .
about. No movies. No Bijou. They I
and to the contrary instead of
walked from Houghton Institute to '
being objectionable to them they were .
Schultz Hill the
picnic. 'I
very much pleased at its passage .
"Mighty few baby carriages. No without amendment. I
biciyctes for Tommy. No Teddy Respectfully, A 911 Ifl PORTLAND

bears for Minnie. Seldom a maga-' SAMUEL A. ROBINSON. Have your room or house
zine for daddy. Maybe one publication -1

for mamma. No white shoes.: POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I II fi1IJtWCEMENTi cleaned without dust or trouble .
No tan shoes. Laces few and far II I!
I i
between. Just a bit of canned goods,:j I At the solicitation of many citi-(, of moving furniture 1
Sanitariums seldom seen. Simple zens of Orlando, I have consented to I STANDARD B\ WHICH

medicinal remedies. No excursionsto be a candidate for the office of Alderman ALL OTHERS ARE MEASURED"

Tybee and the Isle of 'Palms., to fill the vacancy made by
Walked to Stetson's with fishing I' the resignation of Mr. Seegar. I am State Distributor, maintaining stocks both in i The Pierce Electric Co. send an Experienced -
pole instead of motoring there with I' If elected, I will act impartially in I Tampa and Jacksonville. Have just received in Tampa

rod and reel. '' all matters and in the interest of all 152,000 Sacks, requiring two steamers to carry, and will man.

"No appendicitis-only 'pain in the the people. 11 have a schooner load of 13,200 at my Jacksonville agen-
stomach.' Hadn't heard about the se S. S. GRIFFIN.AXXOUXCEIEXT cy about the 20th of this month.

rums. Lived to older ages than I This is the largest single shipment of cement ever SEE THEM FOR TERMS
now. ; | shipped into the state-the three vessels are now unloading

"Kept her own cow. No. dairies I I I or soon will be, ORDER AT ONCE for ship side
Maybe it was a toy garden, but all:: I hereby announce my candidacy delivery so as to save handling and warehouse charges.
the ;I,:for alderman to fill the vacancy made II ]
vegetables came from it, not
from )I by the resignation of Mr. J. T. Seegar I Ij i iI WIRE ME AT MY EXPENSE FOR PRICE. DELIV-

to a lay green eggs grocer.and chickens Had for chickens ta+j'I subject to the election called for same j jI ERED TO ANY POINT IN THE STATE The PIERCE ELECTRIC L CU1"lnc
and if elected will endeavor to fill
ble. I I I I I I same to the interest of the city. I ", ,
"Not iron
an by Not
electricity. a!i! Respectfully, I II
shoe 'repaired while you wait.' Not::: JELK'S MACON BRICK for all Purposes
GEO. A. BARKER. STREETiiintMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii
a store delivering goods at your I I I (To July 8- LEGGS' Pressed and Fancy Brick
home. Even :
a Cchautauqua? A cir I I I I II BIBBS' Sewer Pipe, Crushed Rock, Mortar and Plaster*
cus every year. Automobile would NOTICE .i i.i-

scare him nearly to death and an I I I This is to notify the public that my I Offices Salesrooms, Mhanes, t l I AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE --

aeroplane would complete the job.I:wife, Mary J. Reynolds, having left, W R Fuller Hendry Trackage and Knight and Terminals Yards ",! H. A. RoystonHouse Those wishing to make trips for
Ditchers .
made $4 per. my bed and board, and not living as i TAMPA FLORIDA .,, Painting and CalciminingI business or pleasure, should see m.
"The low cost of living, or the!t my wife, I refuse to become respon-! for prices. Prompt service guaran-
cost of low I! have had years of experience and
living.Augusta (Ga.) sible for any debts she may make or', teed. C. W. Willsey, Orlando, Fla.
Chronicle. I to be liable in any manner for her) guarantee Estimates my cheerfully furnished. Phone, 360. 5-29 11

debts. !' "Want Drop card and I will call. Money to loan on improved
Subscribe for the Sentinel 14-6t. WILLIAM I Read The Sentinel Ads" Every Day me a prop-
REYNOLDS.I I P. 0. Box 331 I erty. S. Y. WAY

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


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


We bid for your k r. We extend liberal

business on credit to all and

the merits of make special

our terms those whomerchandise


wish it.and .

the .

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lowness of our y We do a large volume

prices of this kind of business


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

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


Klincaia:: & Sno, wden

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

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South Florida Sentinel -
Orlando never was more united and

MORNING l AND WEEKLY better organized for work and devel- CLOTHING SALECOMMENCING

opment in all its departments than at
tntered: at the post office at Orlando,
Florida as Second Class Mail Matter. this very hour.
Board of Trade is taking
The greater -



Year ... .. ...... .......$5.00 much good that we wonder how we ; ;; : PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR CASH ONLY, PURCHASERS TO PAY FOR ALTERATIONS. COME EARLY BEFORE i

Six Months ..... .. ...... 2.50 ever got along without the League. ; : : SIZES ARE BROKEN. .

Months .. 1.25 is
Three eo eo eo eo eo The Municipal League going quietly -

along finding the spots not coveredby .MEN'S SUITS MEN'S TROUSERS
B; news carrier in Orlando, 50 cents peraaonth

Daily and Sunday. the other organizations and these $27.50 and $25.00 Suits for _____ --------------- $17.50 $7.00 Trousers for .....__________ ________________ $4.50
they touch up as only young men
The Orlando Morning Sentinel can be found The churches are united and $22.50 and $20.00 Suits for ----- --------------- 14.75 $6.00 Trousers for ____________ ________________ 4.00
in Orlando at Curtis & O'N'eal'a Book can.
ea Store, and Wright Brothers.We prosperous. The public schools are $18.00 Suits for _________u___ _____________u 12.25; $5.00 Trousers for _u_________ ________________ 3.50

will appreciate prompt complaint ifdelivery taking advance steps in their curricu- $15.00 Suits for _____________ _______________ 10.50 $3.50 Trousers for _u_________ _______________ 2.50
is not promptly made by our carriers. lum. The various charitable organ-
--- have fine line of White Linen Duck and
Adveritsing----rates will be furnished on application. izations are organizing under one We a White Serge Trousers. I

head for more concentrated effort. I New lot of Boy's Knickerbockers included in this sale sizes seven to seventeen years.
officials making better city
rear, by mail postage paid.......1.00 laws and enforcing city ordinances I i

Address TIlE SENTINEL, Orlando, Florida. in the interests of the people better I I SCRUGGS & DICKSON ia

Office 107 Court Street. Arcade Building than ever before. I I

Phone 24 There is a reason for all this. The I
J. F. SCHUMAN, Editor reason may as well be stated is founded MtMMM'' MMHIIftM

in agitation. Our city fathers -- - -
sometimes gall under the rubbingand FUMIGATING U. S. SENATE from the men who hired them, were, WALL STREET TAKES A RISK surance, guarantee or lead-pipe"cinch

SATURDAY, JUNE 21ST, 1913.It I drubbing of the citizens and civic I -. I!i as is usually the case, more unscrup- I from Washington.The .

organizations but they have only to I ulous than their employers. They loan would have been made
Wilson made the :
to be the season for I bear in mind that this all has a purifying i When President directing were "put over," as Lorimer was, but Everybody who feels an interest in earlier, we are told, if the United
seems open charge that an insiduous lobby was -
weather.An and beautifying eflect and everything national they also never investigated them- a bet a bargain or a horse trade will States Government had recoir-ized
dry and shaping legisla- :
comes out of the wash cleansedand selves. be glad to know that the governmentde Senor Huerta's murder
o enhanced in usefulness.We tion and that this sort of an influence There are still ome members of the facto in Mexico has been able to Mexico. As this official sanctiol regime has in
Eastern scientist has discovereda wielded in the Senate to
beat the air to make it pure was Senate who cannot honorably explain borrow money in Wall street. Most been delayed
our money-lender
substitute for tobacco. Possiblyits defeat the tariff bill of the oldguard are
"twofer." and refreshing; agitating stagnant many their presence in that body, but the people will hope that the funds will entitled to credit for taking a risk

a waters purifies them; churning!j ahd near statesmen poo pooed and fact that their number is small is be put to good use and that interest that does not seem to involve at sure
the cream brings butter; whippingcream it while republican' newspapers shown by the character of the pending and principal will be promptly paid. thing. Some domestic enterprises
Would that a man was an
you say the of the interests were :
extremist just because he makes both makes it a pure fluffy white greatly organs amused and did much para- investigation. Not one of the reforms Above and beyond these perfectly that are almost as respectable as the

ends meet and renders it pleasing both to the accomplished in a generationhas natural sentiments of the average cut-throat Government of )}.>xico
the subject by of
o eye and the palate. So our city graphing on way I. brought the United States Senate American, however, is another con- I have not fared so well recentlyThe
amusing entertainment for the reading -
guardians should just interpreet the : into touch with the people. The prob- sideration. The Mexican loan is the'
who others
People give nervous public. But after a few weeks of investigation -
criticisms of the public as tokens of lem now is to keep it so. first international transaction in manya
to have it
prostration never seem
that a number of
love intended for their betterment. we see I day that the phlianthropists of the Lord pays more attention to a

themselves.An Of course if a newspaper passes judg-I our senators are stockholders in man- Put new life into your business by New York dead line have made short prayer from the heart 'than
a ufacturies interested in the matter of I
Eastern artist describes a man's ment upon their conduct, then it is retaining high tariffs, and a lobby is I i using Sentinel ads. out some assistance, With-I to a long one from the lips.
their to mad and I
religious duty get
neck as a "thing of beauty. What reach- =
uncovered so extensive and i ---- ----- --- -
--- -- -
I the fort not brick
the'"roughnecks storm leaving one 'I
about ? ;
upon another. ing that it has controlled a large percent
o of the of the country
But it is possible that all will ad- newspapers ,
Of course the female sex is vain, which have been engaged in creating '

but we have noticed that when a man mit that by the earnest agitation that sentiment. The rigid investigation -.
has been going on in Orlando, rosy protective JUNE WEDDINGWhile
is proud of his muscle he finds a way shows a most schemy and
conditions about.
are being brought
show it.
to well planned lobby not only in the
in the city. By reason of all this
o 1 senate, but another acting in conjunction -
discussion we have sewerage, will
It time that
may get so some from a have better streets, good parks, better:1 in the business world. "Dan Cupid" never quits his job or loafs, yet the Month of June
lady lady can recover damages a
rairoad for bringing her husband back water to drink, better ice to cool off I Formerly an inquiry of this kind seems to be his most active season. June is always marked by its numerous

from his vacation.The with, better lights to guide us home,'would have been an invasion of the weddings, which means that Gifts for the Bride, Gifts for the Groom, Gifts

o and above all a clean, wholesome and 1 I dearest prerogatives of perhaps a for the Bridesmaids, Gifts for the Best Man and the Attendants, and Wed- +

old-fashioned idea of a good lovely city to live in. i i majority of the Senate. States were ding Gifts from all your friends, if you happen to be the principal, and to

not so much represented in those your friends if they are the principals, are very much in order.
who would clean
pin-hitter was a man
I days as interests, and to have shown We offer you our magnificent metropolitan stock for your selection, a
up a cotton patch with a weeding hoe GEORGIA AS A GOLD STATE
inquisitiveness on the subject would stock in which you can find the latest and best creations of the finest Silver-
before the rain came.
I have been damaging to nobody but smiths, Jewelry Manufacturers, Glass Cutters and China Potteries in the
o The gold yield in Georgia in 1912
; the person who was bold enough to I country.The.
The Florida Citrus Exchange hand- I
amounted to 694 fine ounces, valued
ask questions. I stock is so large, so varied and so complete that a detailed description -
led million
nearly a quarter of a more I
at $14,360, according to a report by
At that time Senators were electedas Is out of the question. We only ask that you visit our store, carefully
this thanduring'any
boxes of citrus fruit
the Geological survey. The output of I
other in its history.A avowed representatives of financial inspect our stock, secure our prices, and make your purchases with the feel-
year silver in the same period was 77 :;
o industrial, commercial and transportation ing and assurance that you aregettingthe greatest value and the most up-
valued The
fine ounces, at $47.
that hung on the favor of
groups to-date merchandise.
prominent Albany man, in discussing -
production of gold in Georgia was valued Railroads and bank presi-t
the suffrage question in print,
at than The
more 1,00 ounces. '
dents were chosen as such. Subsidy'men I
declares that woman lacks control. I output from quartz mines in 1912 was and land-grant men were chosen' I

Bet nine cents to a pint of radium [363: fine ounces and 548 in 1911. Evidently ,
as such. Owners of great tariff-pro-
that man is single. there are much more prosperous -. asI I If you have laid away in your bureau drawer or in a safety deposit box,
tected enterprises were chosen
----o---- I undertakings in Georgia than such. Speculators and ," pieces of jewelry that you do not wear because of its old-fashioned form or.

There's lot of money here and in I mining gold.Brevard market-rig-j mountings, bring them in and let us show you what wonderful transformation -
were chosen as such. Their)
thsi vicinity. Possessors of that mon gers can be wrought through the skill of our workers in gold and g mR.
statesmanship did not rise above the
ey read this paper. They are more Fine watch repair work a specialty.
county recently completed sordid level of their moneygetting.They .
likely to buy their goods from mer-
I a stretch of hard-surfaced road never investigated themselves. ,
I -
chants that advertising.A
are to the Volusia line and it t
I up county ,
When the principals wearied of the
o is said to be the finest piece of work 'i:
safe and Fourth of July is public duties that attached to their*

now the slogan sane all over the land. Each on the John Anderson highway. i Senatorships they sent in their places : Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE
town and village should make that attorneys and other agents who, accepting -I'

day one of universal picnics from Subscribe for the Sentinel. : pap from the people and pay ,

early dawn till dewey eve. .

Our city has long enjoyed the distinction I

of being one of the best mar- EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING.

ket cities of its size in the State.

You always get the top price for your -

produce from our enterprising busi- Four"I

ness men.

o I

A }'oungoman: recently committed R

suicide by leaping from the

twenty-sixth story of a Chicago SILK STOCKINGS

building. She could have accomplished I i

the same end with less "muss,"

by jumping from the sixth story. fig

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Mexico's material backing for a f

national loan is excellent. Her debt

in proportion to population is only For Day

one-tenth that of Portugal, oneeigh- s- nrrr .

teenth that of New Zealand, or

among American states one-half that i i and

of Brazil. But credit is afforded'

much more by the stability of government -

than by its material back EveningWear .
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ing. o ', 1

An Illinois Congressman has intro-

duced a resolution in the house directing I

the Interstate Commerce

Commission to investigate the man-

agement of th e St. Louis and San *

Francisco Railroad for the year priorto

the recent receivership.Vill Fed- Our Personal Guarantee I
eral legislation some day take from

railways their time-honored privileges -I AT HOME I

of going into bankruptcy-o ? I I Accompanies Every Pair \ \\ \\

Trade trips around will follow the world the flag"for anywherein a fight i I i I. W.\ PHILLIPS" & SONS ; I

or a frolic"in Mediterranean as well as in naval and other rendezvous -: Marion B. Ives I

ports, if the scheme of an Arkansas'i

Congressman is adopted of making' I
every American warship a bazaar of EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY PARLORSSecond

American manufactured products.I

Where do all the intellectual athletes S. G. DO LIVE'S GARAGE Floor t (

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r ll llAnd Specially priced at 49c, 59c, 69c, S9c, $1.00 and $1.25.

the Satisfaction is doubled when it is tendered unsolicited, \ the New JFaJtese effects have:been universally admiredand

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

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

customers, confirming more and more by their purchases still unbrokea,.wiU be reduced on the three days as follows:

their recognition of honest values New Silk Waists
Regular $4.50values: to -----____________________- $3.50

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

In Black, White, Cream and Navy, Messaline, Taffeta, Chiffon, Regular $5.75 values to --- _____________________I $.1.25

Japanese Habutai, etc., in one two and three toned effects. Regular $6.50 ',value to ------____________________ $5.00
TnursoaJ ana aturaalr.
a Specially priced for these THREE days at $2.50, $2.75, 3.00, Regular $7.50 values to -----_____________________ 5575[


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t "Buck" Vivian, of Orlando, a Stetson -!: ORLANDO LADIES CROSS THE QUARTERLY BARREL OPENINGThe t -
; | Business College alumnus i
WADE ;, Tuesday in DeLand calling on friends. I -. Ladies' Missionary Society of
I THE TUNER j Record. Mrs. Anna L. Mallory and Mrs. i the First Baptist church held their I WHITE _
; Jessie M. Thayer will sail from New Quarterly Barrel Opening at the homeof I w BRAND

J Miss Brebner, of Winter Park, will York on July 2 for France, and will Mrs. M. E. Weeks )'esterday.I .
:, arrive in the city this morning for a! also during the summer visit England. A nice literary and musical program : I

) I. E. Garrett was called to brief visit with Mrs. II. A. Vivian and' These ladies who are closely associated was rendered. The program was in I : OUR

Jacksonville last night on business.Mr. Miss Mary Harden. with Orlando social life will charge of Mrs. Dunaway. Those as- LEADERI
be greatly missed. sisting were Miss Rooney, with choice
James L. Reynolds left yes- Mr. R. E. Daughtry, the clever rep- Mrs. Thayer, who has been identifi- vocal and instrumental solos; Miss .
terday for Wawcross, Ga. I resentative of the Mound Sewing Ma- ew with many of the civic movements Rosy Irving, recitation and piano solo; Just Received, Another Shipment from. Seeman Bros"

chine Company, of Rockford, Ill., is looking to the advancement of the Miss Florrie Bennett, piano solo; Piano New York- Cita.

Mr. H. D. Weaver, of Atlanta, Ga.,. in Orlando looking after the inter- best interests of the city is a ladyof duet, Mrs. Dunaway and Mrs.
is in Orlando today on business.Mr. ests of his company. great usefulness to any communityof Stevenson; a very sweet vocal solo by Cherries Salmon, Evaporated Apples, 1
the pride and enterprise of Orlando Miss Martha Weeks; piano duet, Mrs. Plums, Lobster, Elam PudWng; \
Miss Lena Whidden, with her lit- and her return in the fall will be look- Stevenson and Mrs. Bunch; piano
A. L. Taveau, of Altamonte Apricots, Shrimp,
visitor to the city tle sister, Lorena, and a friend, Miss ed forward to with anticipation.THE duet, Mrs. Stevenso nand Miss Julia Cocoa .,
Springs was a Peaches,
Stearns, arrived Tuesday night from Bunch.A Clam Chowder, 12piocOLp
yesterday. Orlando for a two-weeks'visit to home BIG FOUR WALTONS nice letter was read from Dr. Pineapple, leas, Gelatine, i
folks in this city.-Punta Gorda Her- Poulson which Asparagus Tip. Coffee
Jackson Square Coffee. Flavor and was greatly enjoyed. Barley! .

quality unexcelled. Sold by Caruthers ald. Messrs. Joseph, Frank and Ken- The refreshments were abundantand Corn, Extracts, Celery Salt,

& Gore. Try it.Mr. drick Guernsey, and Marion B. Ives, much enjoyed by all Spices,
Mr. Harry M. Mock and family, who a quartette of Orlando Walton-Jtes The offering which was a goodlysum ;

Wm. T. Betton, who has beenin have resided for several years on the who can get more fish out of the was voted to go to the aged minister -
the for several days, left W. H. Mock farm near Clear Lake, in { fund.
city yes- water one day than any four men THE SANITARY
terday for Jacksonville.Mr. I left yesterday for Bellingham, Washington of truth and veracity in Orlando, went I t GROCERY |

,which will be their future over to lake Apopka yesterday and<.I A. FAREWELL PARTY >(: CARUTHERS &._ GORE .
and Mrs. C. B. Nye will next home. got thirty shiners and could have had y.
week leave for Rochester, New York, more had they wanted them. i' Mrs. A. L. Mallory and Mrs. J. M. j Phone 200. 6 and 8 East Pine Street
where they will spend the summer.illlllMMItttmiMMHMMHIIHHHMttHIMIIIH. Capt. J. A. Harris, of Winter Park, Now we will expect to be taken to Thayer leave tonight for New York, : :

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And many a man's idea of being of bananas that were as fine as ever : after which they sail for England, -- -
stylishly dressed is to wear a necktie -' came to Orlando markets. Mr. Har-I I going through Scotland, Holland and AWAY TO THEi
Jack R. Cooper who has been BRING BACK THE WEIGHT
that would start a riot at a fun- ris is an expert when it comes to bananas France. As a "farewell" Mrs. War-
visiting his mother, Mrs. M. E. Cooperand -
eral. and grows only fine varieties. low. delightfully entertained at "Grey-
sisters Ethel and Dorothy, returned Mr. Sinclair DeLaney who has Caruthers & Gore had a twenty-
croft forlrs..
Thursday evening
!' to Philadelphia yesterday been one of the efficient dispensers of pound.,iron weight with a long strap
Mrs. Radcliffe Cadman and children Mr. S. Sampson Levy, of New Or- Mallory and Mrs. Thayer, those pres-
where he has a responsible positionin good cheer at the effervescent foun- attached in front of their store to accommodate -
left yesterday for Arcadia, where Mr. leans, is in the city looking after bUS- ent being Mesdames Beardall, H. L.
national bank. His tain of the their
a mother and DeLaney Drug Company customers that desired -
.Cadman is the superintendent of the iness in his line. He represents the Beeman, J. C. Patterson, S. H. Ed-
sisters will miss him left to hitch their
i but they are yesterday for Waycfisville, N. C., horses. Someone
Water & Light plant. large'supply wards, Harold Bourne, Helen Wrightand
Interstate Electric Co., a
very proud of his success in the Quaker j where he will spend the summer. It either thoughtlessly or intentionally
Miss Mollie
that does immense Ray. I
house an City. M(I is safe to say that Sinclair will be tookthe.weight away. They will confer
Dispatches from all over the land business. The Pierce Electric Mrs. Thayer and Mrs Mallory expect -I
mixing smiles and drinks for the a. favor on the new firm
com-I I grocery
indicate that summer has arrived. is the local representative.A to. return to New York for the (
pany The Orlando good roads boosters young ladies of the refreshing moun- if they will return the weIght at once. .
Triennial General Convention of the
She arrived in Florida several weeks +i I
found lots of reason for their dem-I tain air of old Carolina state soon
and has considerable hot stuff Episcopal church to be held during
ago on letter from Mr. J. H. Estes, of onstration in favor of good road after he lands.
display.! Taft, but who a few weeks ago, went'Improvement, in their recent trip October, arriving in Orlando about : FOR SALE
November first. I
back to his.old home in Keene Valley, from Orlando to St. Petersburg. They FOR: RENTOn ( Garage tools of all kinds as good as.
Miss Edith Cooke, daughter of Rev. N. Y., for a summer's vacation, writes j l! encountered some fierce trails which new. One steel crane to lift cars
and Mrs. S.' Cooke, arrived in Orlandoa that he experienced some very chilly could hardly be dignified by the name Dr. S. Cooke and wife, who have I Jwiib: a gasoline tank and pump, one
week ago from Storm Lake, Iowa, weather but that he is enjoying the I of roads. Their report should set spent the winter in Orlando leave today Coronado Beach, a six room cot- I six: horse motor, one air pump, one
where she is an English teacher in change. However he will be back to forth conditions exactly as they found for their future home in Aubu:: tage, well furnished, large comforta-' s eGl. saw. These tools are worth,

Buena Vista College. Miss Cooke will Taft in the fall them, regardless of any apparent reflection dale. Dr. Cooke has accented a call ble rooms, barn for horse. Special )\ $500,but will sell at a sacrifice. Addres3 -.
spend the winter in Auburndale.Mrs. I on the section or community to 'lie Presbyterian church of that: rate if rented *-.0 Sept 1st. Apply to,,' FRANK DAY, I

The boosters who have been on the:where an adverse report is necessary. place. They leave Orla 1(11, the "CityBeautiful \ F. J. NIEMEYER, E j' Apopka, Fla.
Bad roads like diseases ," with many pleasan recollections 6-21 4t Longwood, Fla. Local Page173t.
Col. Cadman came up from hike, looking over the yard are preventable \
Xarcoosee yesterday and will be the fences into our neighbors yards have I, and it is a crime on the part of! of a happy winter. I

guest of Mrs. W. C. Person until all returned to the home fold and all'i' any community to tolerate them with-

Monday. Mrs. Cadman and daughter, are impressed with the fact that aI I out making strenuous efforts to bet ELECTRIC TREATMENTSAll

Miss Margie and son, Mr. Reginald legislature that will work sixty days i: ter conditions.-Lakeland Telegram. Kinds, $1.00 per Treatment for,I

Cadman, will leave next week for a and do nothing for good roads are I I the month of June. Dr. Bennett,I AUTOMOBILE
trip abroad. warts on the body politic. : Subscribe for the Sentinel. Phone 227. LPage526lmHJIMmiMMMtltMtlllllMMMIIIItltlltMIIIIMIM I


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are Bargains in Re-Built Cars. Each one is

guaranteed to be in first-class condition, is fully equip-

Todays' Program ped and ready to run.

Grand TheatreMOTION I

\ FOUR REELS 1 1910 Cadillac, Good Condition,



\ timely film story, in two reels, dealing with the troops 1 1912 Flanders Touring Car, complete,

PICTURES encamped on both sides of the border between the United $500.00. f
I States and Mexico is the sensation of the hour. It is reviewed

Pictures I at length by the Board of Censors as being a picture of unusual -
Changed Daily.PRICES .
I merit. 1 Model G. Four Cylinder Cad-

i "CURED OF HER LOVE" (Comedy) . .. . .Selig

I Depicting a chauffeur's social failure illac $150.00
FIRST SHOW, < < 7il5 I

I "THAT MAIL ORDER SUIT' (Comedy) . . Selig
1 Studebaker "30" 1912
run than
4,000 ; extra tire etc. $800.
A story of the Mohammedans taken in Africa. This is ,

I a hand colored picture and very beautiful

5c. and lOci"I'IIII'IIIII'IIIIIIIII.tllllllllltt'I : Our special programs cannot be excelled. We show the


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SENSIBLE MAN 1111111111111111111111111 :[ BUSINESS BOOSTERS.

,I Business Boosters (classified advertisements
The Tampa Times has laid a deep : Gulf Refining Co. ) received after' 10 o'clock

scheme to make the press gang work i I midnight Classify", will column.be run in the "Too Lateto

over time at their meeting in Tampaby
I Boosters of five lines, or less-ap-
getting them to edit the Times for : .UIII proximately 30 words ont time, 25 \

three days, and the Times force will I cents; three times 50 ; one week

thus be enabled to take a vacation : Kerosene (six daily and one weekly editions)
$1.00; one month, $3.00.
while the country men work. They ( 'I

have named the editor of the Herald : Gasoline Money to loan on improved prop YOUR SEWER

for the exalted position of city editor, ;;j I erty. S. Y. WAY.

but not for us. We are going to I

't Tampa primarily to attend the meeting -! LubricatingOils FOR touring HIRE-Nice car. Large seven and passenger roomy.

of the Press Association but incidentally : 4-20 tf J. B. MAGRUDER. CONNECTION
and Greases '
to have a good time, and
: BUY a let in Thornton Park, a nice ,
we positively refuse to work either J I i suburb in east part of the city. Carl I

for money, marbles or chalk and Axle Grease i I Jensen.

while appreciating the deep honor be- :

stowed upon us will have to decline. ........ :, I FOR RENT-Nice newly furnised ,
i rooms. All conveniences. Near inj I II .
The Press Association meet is the I : to permanent parties. $1.50 a week! n. : X":;

vacation that is ever bestowed'upon Brick house large verandas. 401 i .
only P.G.WALTONAgentPHOSESJg up. i t. \\ :: T Jg ""' "f' J 1t1I
us and we look forward to it not : West St. Cor South. Phone 578. 6-17-61 \

as a task but as one continual round of : { I I II : You cannot use your ewer until main, septic tanks
that : OAK HILL is the beautiful subdivision -
with the good old scouts :
pleasure : to the Northeast of the city and : and wells are completed and accepted by the city, which twill
the Press Gang, and no munificent !
compose : Orlando Florida : I still have some choice lots there. ,
offer of the Times, Tribune i : Carl Jensen. : be some months hence. ,
or Congressional Record can break : .
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into the even tenor of said vacation. ) .llt.ltllllll..i' i FOR all RENT-Five modern conveniences.room cottage Garage with I : Why let your money lay idleYe will sign i con .

Willis Powell has promised to keepus JAPANESE INCOMES for auto, or horse and buggy. Apply I I : tracts with you now to make these connections any time i
supplied with smokes, Stovall with I' 515 East street. 5-15 tf I I;
buttermilk and Worthington with : within two years after acceptance of sewers by the city,
Now that the matter of an income I CHAPMAN HOUSE
and it will take I
Spanish suppers tax is before congress, with the certainty Six dollars a week and up. No. 308 for 13 cents per foot. '
hours diem of good I
twenty-six per I that in a few weeks a law imposing -i West Central avenue. Mrs. M. Mc-II
hard work to carry out the contract.No Give this work to your home company and we are.
such tax will be enacted, it is I Ewan, proprietress. 6-121 mo. ;
swivel chair for us to boss the
II at least interesting to note that our I here to see that it is satisfactory toou, and
bunch of necks who I
rough sup-
apparently most threatening enemy, Roberta Branch will be pleased to
posed to invade Tampa from the I do not have to for it until satisfied
Japan, has such a law, and one more- take a limited number of pupils for lOU pay you are
sticks and get out the paper for a I than could ; piano study, and is especially interested 1
over much more stringent
day. It will be us for the butterfly with our work, and same is inspected by city plumbing: :
be enforced in the United States with- in beginners. Lessons given at

existence and sip the honey from out such protest as would overturn I pupils' homes if so desired. inspector and certified to by him.'ss" .
each flower and flowers do not bloomin
i the party in power it not the govern 6-19 tf
the office of the daily papers.- Wj"W'irHIF.1.+ : .ii3B.i'17x y+7ls1
In Japan everybody whose earnings i ; t. w/ 1
Royals, Fox,-both new and slightly : 4
amount to $200 annually pays an income -
used, one rebuilt machine and one
IS IS WRONG tax-two and a half per cent for : ...
second hand Underwood.Call .
I I the smaller figure and progressivelyto t
"The weather is cold when we'dfain I 1 at my office and see bargains :
22 cent when the income
have it hot," the husbandman I per in Typewriters and Fireproof Iron
amounts to $50,000. This is for individuals -
sourly complains, "old Jupiter Plu- not in business. Men in Safes. C. S. McEWAN.
for when 6-13 tf. The F. JOSEPH RAEHN I
vius ought to be shot; we business are taxed 13 per cent if

need sunshine it rains. The snows of I they have incomes over $100,000, and READ THIS ;

the winter don't help us at all, but the low rate for business incomes is I am offering my stock of groceriesfor I

stir up our anger and scorn; they!I I four per cent on sums under $2,500, sale at reduced prices for cash. Plumbing and Heating Co.ilMMIMIMIIilllMM

ought to be sent in the summer and I, and in addition to these there is the Every day is sale day till closed out. .

fall, to help out the oats and the T. J. SHEPARD.
corporation tax of six and a quarterper ,
corn. The sweltering weather we of size. T.T.S. .
II cent on net incomes any everyotherdaytf.FOR

have in July don't do us a tittle of] Altogether, it does not appear that *-I //Ml 111111 Ml 111111111 ... 111111II MtMMMHIMiHMHMIIMiMIMI Hi I fl I it 1111 Dill 1111 Ml Ml 11
good; it ought to be sent us when| in America SALE-Large Lot near Methodist -
the proposed income tax Church. Whole With I -
Christmas is nigh, and then could I or part. -
we will be excessive when compared with .or without dwelling Address or wire. .
save coal and wood." "Oh, yes," says' E. N. N. Y. 5-10-tf
I I those in the Island Kingdom. Nor Coy, Irondequoit,
the farmer, "my corn's looking fine,:, (
are they great as compared with most SFECI..A.L S
there FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-rooni
greviously injure acres of mine
I i countries of Europe. house lot full of fruit
; large trees. I
but ere long a cyclone will come and I

and knock the whole farm out of I __ _______ Apply 308, Robinson avenue FRIDAY and SATURDAY
plumb. And if, peradventure, a cy-! GAS RANGE FOR SALE-High up LJ

clone should fail to come with its, eighteen by eighteen in. Oven and TatMpADallz P''
A new grocery store has opened up Brailed. Five burner
cooking plate. ,
soul stirring sound, there'll be
a big
) for business in Eau Gallie. Call 207 America St. 5-27-lm TAMPA
tempest of lightning and hail tol j I I J cent Novelty re e at 18 cents

smash all my grain to the ground. 11 I The Times-Union says Jacksonville EVERY BODY'S DOING IT

look for hot winds every morn Automobiling, we are open for dates

I rise to burn up the crops till whenl\ is growing taller as well as broader. picnic parties, or a crowd for an I DON'T

black, and maybe a dornick will fall I i; The Lake Butler Times says the evening drive. Call 360 or ask for JJ cent oiles at .l c cents

from the skies and cave in the roof C. W. Willsey, Careful driver. 5-13-tf BE SATISFIEDWith
that section better
corn crops in are ,
of shack." -- ---- -- --
my The farmer then :
I than ever before. FOR RENT i
cranked up his big tourist car and in I II I

the front seat settled down and lit an'!' I I'I Nice large rooms, furnished. Convenient MISSES HAIILT05 & BUM

imported Havana cigar and went on'I'II One hundred and fifteen new mem- for business people, also lighthouse
I bers have been added to the Jackson-I keeping. Delightful location
a joy ride to town. j "Just as Good because the
]i ville Board of Trade. with or without board. Terms very Agents for Barclay CorsetsMMtMtttltimeSMmttllMMMHIIimilMmtM
WALT :MASON. i I chances are 100 to 1 that the
reasonable. Address, "C" care Sentinel -
Captains of finance get a great deal I I "Just as good" is in reality infer- l
)! The new Castle Hall of the Knights office. 5-22 tf
more publicity, but the boys of the ior.
II i of Pythias which is being erected in
corn clubs are doing more for the FOR SALE-New house and lot in *
will be finished this week. I
upbuilding of the nation. i I Colonial Park. $1150, easy pay POINSETTIA
ments. J. F. SCHUMAN, ,
I I Andrew Carnegie has donated one Sentinel Office.
Ice Cream is in a class
Pensacola is to have a million dol- million dollars to the medical schoolof ALL BY ITS SELF. \ lllmllh

lar wood pulp factory within the next I Vanderbuilt University, at Nash- LOST-Black ribbon watch fob with I We make it that way.
few months. Three carloads of ma- gold linotype matrix as charm. Initials Pure Cream, Sterilized I
ville, Tennessee. "H. M. W." engraved side. Manufactured
have been I! on Inspected and passed.
ordered for the
I Finder return to Sentinel and receive under ideal sanitary : -
new enterprise and a site for the factory reward. conditions. Don't accept i _
1 Money to loan on improved prop
will be decided upon within the I I a substitute. -
next few days.Subscribe 'I erty. S. Y. WAY.Shanibarger's NOTICE-WILL RECEIVE BIDS -- House connections to the sewer mains should ,

Bids will be received for the over .
i for bicycles and be made Sign contract while
I U hauling and construction of rooms in FOR SALE BY now. now your
for the Sentinel Sundries.
I the Court House for jury quarters. street is being worked on so as to have street

Plans and specifications will be on file V.W.ESTES&CO.ORLANDO

in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit opened up finished.

Court. Bids will be received up FLA.No. .

GREATEST VALUES IN ORLANDOA to the meeting of the Board of Coun-

ty Commissioners on the First Mon- 3

day in July. See W. L. COBBF.D.Harvey&Co3

By order of County Commissioners. '

Regular DownpourOF B. M. ROBINSON, Clerk.
I !
GOOD TIRES-Factory imperfections irella Corsets

I at about one-third less than usual .
list pryres. Full line in stock. 1 I.
I II Phone 255 Office McNair Lumber Co.
W. PHILLIPS & SONS, 6 E. Church : (Not Sold in Store) |

BARGAINSBy 'I I street.

I -_ I Near a corset made to fit you. Ask I 4MMIHIMMIHI'MMMMHMMMHMMtMiMMIMMIIIHMHIIIi'
I rrSTANAABD for a demonstration. Call or send post

!11? securing your personal !I 0 I card 308 West toSPIRELLA St. Cor.CORSET South Orlando PARLORS, Fla. I

clear needs money now, you than can by make any day'sNork more { MRS. J. VAS BUSKIRK Cowtiere -f f! Bn tt Brick KI! ri tl .

you have ever done Everything NOTICE -
In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit Orange
in our store is being sold / r County. Florida.
Godina M. Land.

at a sacrifice.Be }1. H. vs.Land. Divorce. Brick are better than Clay Brick

To M. IL Land:
sure and visit our store. It i It appears from the affidavit of Godina M.
I II I Land, herein duly filed that she is the complainant and they are cheaper
I in the above entitled_cause; that the
will eventually pay you. Remember Our "sweets" are standards of purity -: defendant is a resident of Orlando. Orange i

lookers are welcomed as politely and deliciousness by which you III more County than Florida sixty but days that next he has preceding been absent this FRANK HYRES
\ can judge others. date; that there is no person in the State of
Florida the service of a subpoena upon whom
as buyers. I Every chocolate, every bonbon, would bind said defendant; and that the de- N Maker of Artificial Stone
1 \fendant is over the age of twenty-one years.
I confection of whatever sort that
every You are therefore ordered to appear to this
I i is sold here represents the highest \ Bill on Monday the first day of September.
I Ave R.
159 Livingston on R.
A. D., 1913 the same being a Rule Day of ; Telephone
standard of genuine purity and excel ,this Court.

lence. i published It is farther for eight ordered consecutive that this'weeks notice in th bE! . . . . ......... ,. . . --.Y.T
I Brown & Larti ueMen's 1 A single trial of lour favorite con i South Florida Sentinel a newspaper. publishecJOrange I
in County Florida.Witness GOING AWAY? I I Shanibarger's for bicycles and
: fection bought here will convince you B. M. Robinson. Clerk of the Cir
that this is THE establishment to chit Court and the seal.thereof, this the 14tl I If so, don't forget to have the Daily i: Sundries. tf
day of June A. D. 1913.B. i
and Boys' Outfitters 1! always patronize. M. ROBINSON Clerk. i 1 Sentinel follow you-mailed every day
M. A. Howard, D. C.
I By to your summer home. No extra Money to loan on improved paper -
; ( I
BUTT'S Kandy Kitchen I STARBUCK Attorney& for STARBUCK Complainant, charge. r S. Y. WAY.I .

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credit to With study of the the being early art about of Egyptians color the combinations first lay people the I ORLANDO BANK & TRUST COMPANY I l LUCERNE[ [ I THEATER[ [

commercially. From them we have ,
many of the two, three, four and even I Capital and Surplus and Undivided Profits $120,000.00.Total I HIGH CLASS MOTION PICTURESSaturday's

six toned effects that are used right op Resources over Three-quarters ot a Million. I, ,
to today in painting, printing and,i
weaving. From them we received the I fart ,
Statement of the Orlt&to Bank and
of mixing in their infinitesimal _____- _, I
propotions the delicacy of colorings Trut Co. at dote of BoaiacM Program"THE

known today as pastal tones. From *' April loth, miTto Screati -

them technical colleges, scholastic institutes Anhenary> of OTHER GIRL" . . . . Thanhouser
and monasteries from the
I A story that will touch deeply the chord of
earliest known ages based their ,, 1URISOUBC1S EIWnce sympathy
ground work on Egyptian creations. A splendid offering in which the fragrance of love and

And so on through succeeding ages flowers predominate."THE .

right up to the present day have we I x SHERIFF" . . . . . . Reliance .
emulated Egyptian handicrafts,
Egyptian weaves, Egyptian coloring ,- a Loam and DiJcouDta..f3S8,197. A novel and sensational Western drama, in which a|
pigments and last, but not least, Overdraft 9ttn sheriff sacrifices his love for sense of duty. A splen-
Egyptian displays and color combin- I ; Real Estate, Fonltort did feature story of the West.
J' '+tT4 St Y x#-(
aid Fixture .
ations. I 1S.MS.44Stock "THE FISHY AFFAIR" . . . . Keystone
In this age, however their uses and Bond 18OlWI
have been put-in many cases-to a I I Cash on hand and in Banks 336,267.61I A rural comedy, exceedingly I funny. See what hap-
different purpose. With us in this I pened to "Cy Hoskins." lie gets his bait mixed up.

brief article we purpose to give a : Total ................f189,! O.0I See the results.

faint outline of how we have commercially LIABILITIES "THE BINGVILLE POLICE" . . . Keystone
used and elaborated their ideas
of draping and color grouping and!!I = Capital Stock ...........100000.00 A village farce comedy, novel in theme! One contin
toning to attract the observance of]! Surplus and Undivided uous roar of laughter, with Mr. Fred Mace in the lead.

the aesthetic-the lover o fthe beauti- PC I Profit ................ 24,14UI Keystone Leads the world in making comedies. Don't ,
ful-and the tastes of the general Deposits ................ M5.11BJ1 miss this one it is a treat.
times past a merchant was satis- a Total ................$7ItJSO.C8I TO TIlE "LUCERNE1"
fied if his display windows represented -, r
what he had to see, the more
MATINEE 3:30 TO 5 P. 31.
goods he could cram into his win-I I Deposits April 4, ltll....$ 9,875.SI I ,
dows, the more pleased he felt, but Deposit April 18,1913... Wl1IJa 4I NIGHT 7:15 TO 10 P. M.

day times the have up-to-date changed ambassador radically. To of I I UtltW S&a&ta Gofermment. State and Cetatj D.,MUM7 Increase in 11 day .......72,21941 JliMIIIIIIIMHIIHMitmillMttMtHIHIMH ii .. ., " .. "

think of quantity
commerce does not
of goods he can place in view but __ 0 0 "I'IIIIIIIII"II""IIIIIIIII"IIIIIII.'II'ITHE

rather studies the manner in which
the article or fabric should be placedor .. .IIIIIIIIIIIIII. I t
draped to best selling advantage- MARKET I |
what combinations of coloring would

please the eye most-always bearingin W. M. SLEMONSBecause
mind when combining colors and I, Of Cleanliness Of QualityFRESH i
&e" sf the
effects that the "tout e< whole must be absolutely complete
without one jarring note or tone. AND SALT MEATS \
Often a display would be entirely summer is here we do not relax our efforts to serve our customers. We

spoiled by an incomplete or careless FISH AND GAME
: carry a large stock of desirable goods.
drape effect although the color
scheme left nothing to be desired. : WHITE GOODS in great variety. COLORED LAWNS, VOILE, FLAXONS, GINGHAMS I Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
From the financial standpoint the< : RATINE, SILKS, SATINS and material for SUMMER DRESSES.We .
carefully dressed windows of today Everything screened away from the flies, and kept fresh
stand away ahead of its brethren ofa :- sell WARNER'S RUST PROOF CORSETS in best shapes at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and pure.

decade or so ago. Today more of- and $3.00. t
ten than not a few pieces carefully We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction, We have
Ladies' and Children's COTTON, LISLE and SILK HOSE, BLACK TAN AND
draped or placed and delicately toned,I everything in the Meat Line.
with accessories, to perfect harmony; WHITE.
would sell three or four times as RIBBONS, LACES, EMBROIDERY in great variety.We .

many window goods would as and a full in addition or overcrowded show a carry a large stock of MEN'S CLOTHING .made by SCHLOSS BROS. The PARLOR MARKET

-distinct individuality that is abso- Our LORD BALTIMORE BOYS' SUITS are the best. I :
lutely essential to the progressive, up-
to-date and successful merchant. The Our SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, HOSE, SUSPENDERS, STETSON H M. Self & Co. 1

management of the large departmentstores HATS, SWEET ORR & CO. PANTS, make it the best place for men to trade.It .
in metropolitan cities are fully !
cognizant of the value of their win- is our constant effort to sell a good article at a low price. .18-20 PINE STREET
dow effects and in order to be with :

the times and absolutely up to high Phone No. 80
water mark maintain a staff of experienced :
men who are real artists in :
this particular line of business. M Ir. W. M. SLEMONSi ''MMHtlllllllimilHJW

H. N. James who recently accepted I i,
the appointment as manager to Mr.i 111111111111I1I111111111111111111111111111111111111I1I11t4$4 .t4MittiMHMMMIIttHtlMMIMIIMItHiltlMillMtlMftt8iMIMHititMMiil ,'i GbIrSfN1/NINrN I/iWHti"tiGGIIGUtIVvGJi GvGv UW( 41iGWGaJW
F. N. Boardman has certainly set Or- i
lando talking apout the window effects I: LIGHT THE
that he has recently been putting in : ti <

for that gentleman. We believe he I 1 PATH TO I
has more to follow. Mr. James was I:' IF YOU WANT THE LATESTIN PROSPERITY
for several years with the Robert I j
Simpson Co. of Toronto, and Montreal cI
Canada, and to him lies the credit of I Merchants who use Electric Signs never loseS

many new styles of window dressing their way by choosing the wrong road to suc- I

which he frankly admits were basedon THE LINE OF UP TO DATE DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, cess. You simply cannot fail to attract new tI
ideas that, according to historians,
were used by the Egyptians when HATS AND SHOES, ALSO LADIES READY TO WEAR customers if you use an Electric Sign. It acts

Pharoh was King, that have not only DRESSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS COME TO B. SALO- I like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the I
been carried out extensively by the
MON. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY trade within its reach: That is the reason
firm in question, but have also been
made use of and acknowledged by REFUNDED. J they command the attention of buyers. f,
Marshall Field and Wannamaker's.Mr. )

James informs us that in the } For Every Store Owner
fall he will commence a series of
window tableaux that will first see B. Salomon OrlandotfllMMIIIIMMimillMIHIIimilimilHMMMMMMMIIMIHMMMItmtir
the light in Orlando. These will voice I No matter how small his business, the Elec-

the latest- styles, the latest coloringsand I tric Sign is the cheapest and most effective
the latest effects of fashion's cap- advertising.Phone .
rices in a decidedly effective -
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for our Sign Designer to call and submit .
From Mr.
James' past,experience and 4 HIMIItltillMMtllMIMi:'MMMItllHMHMMIMMM8MttMllttHHHIMIIIMi
from what we already can judge from I S a sketch.

his recent displays, we are certainly 1 WE BUY FOR CASH WE OFFER YOU No Trouble to Us...No Expense to You.
looking forward to something that WE SELL FOR CASHNo J I

1 should be unique, tasteful and in-
structive. : Middleman's Profits THE MOST OF THE BEST i

POINTED PARAGRAPHS ..:. YOU GET No Interest THE to BENEFITOF Pay For the Least i I W T[ & lI T CO. tA

Man seeks the office, but the officerseeks I THE SAVINGS -
We handle building material in its COOK WITH GAS&toMWXMWMXXMMQQ
the man. completeness Brick. Lime Cement,
Lumber, Roofing, Tiling, Etc.. Etc. Tender Juicy Meats I eeeeeoeeeee + eeeeeeee
Money talks, but the average man Better and cheaper than the other
prefers it to wife. fellow. Prompt shipments guaran-
a garrulous
teed. You can always {depend on getting the best at our
Subscribe For The
If men had to do the housework I market, and you will find (there isja wonderful difference Sentinel
they would probably live in tents. in meats.
Gainesville, FloridaP.
IIMIIIMtHi iHfHillllMHttHiimillMtllMi
One great objection to summer o. Box F4)3 i

mornings is they get up too early. MMIMMIIIMMMMttM No. 2 W& PIGUEI i REDUCED LIVERY RATES DURING SUMMER

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The man who stammers is apt to
break his word when telling the truth. SAVE TIME 6 MONEY' BOONE STREET ORLANDO FLA. Horse and Buggy, per day $2.50
0* l* v onHALFTONES .T6e I "
1-2 day 1.50
Some men would sit in the shade TRItLQJt I
rather than stand in their own light. /' iIrPPftT9tE2)G(9IJTOVALLItD PHONE 105 ; Carriage and Pair, per day 4.50

wan uus WDlII.1I6IT tIJCU. 1-2 day 2.50
If a woman ever does find her ideal PWflPT MAIL ORDER JCRY1CC-
man she almost discovers -
that some other invariably woman has a 'priori) Shanibargers for bicycles and the J. B. Magruder & Son ; fr
claim on him. Sundries. tf Daily Sentinel
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Louis C. Massey, President 4k-
One of the pretty house parties of I

the season was that given at the
T. Pieton Warlow. VieuPra. 8. Wat.en How'* Cuhkr
home of Mrs. Sidney E. Ives, Jr.
Howard c. Babcock. Au't Cashier Samuel A.Newell Au t CuUu on
North Orange avenue yesterday afternoon -

in which Mrs. Ives enter-

THESTATE tained the Young Matrons Club at
What is theCHRISTMAS
Auction Bridge. The members present -

were Mrs. Sidney E. Ives, Jr.,

Mrs. Jos. Bumby, Mrs. Tom Broad-

BANK water, Mrs. Irving Dunne, Mrs. Phil

Slemons, Miss Ada Bumby, as substitute SAVING

for Mrs. Fishback and Mrs. Lee

Miller as substitute for1rs.. Wm.

of OrlandoTHE Davis.At the two guest tables were Mrs. CLUB ?

Lege, Mrs. Coleman, the two Miss

Minors, Misses Mary and Grace Holt

and Mrs. Starbuck.The .

OLDEST BANK IN THE CITYAND tables were placed on the spa Merely a number of people uho arrange to systematically
cious veranda and the ladies enjoyedthe ..

games in the cool open air. save certain odd pennies each week nilh the positive assurance -

The color scheme was the Bouigain- that will receive
they a check (two weeks before
villea in flowers which hungin
The Bank which transacts more business than I profusion paper in various parts of the Christmas for every penny they have san d.i .

any Bank between Jacksonville and Tampa I villea in paper flowers which hung in

I house and veranda.

At the evening hour light refreshments -
The large patronage of this Bank has been built up .I were served. i

during twenty years by conducting its business on sound i Ice cream was served in sherbet I You can save any amount from 2 cents week up.
glasses and in the center of these
with careful attention to the legiti-
banking principles
was stuck one of the small flowers.

mate wants of customers. The confidence of the public Cake and a rich fruit punch was also The 2 cents the first

is reuected in the large amount of deposits. served. week "club" $11 2
nets o
The color cards were in violet, you
Average deposits First Quarter of 1913, $900,000 which contrasted prettily with the

color design.It .

was one of the most pleasant

FOUR PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTSOur meetings of this Club and afforded a

sociable afternoon for the guests. IT IS WORTH WHILE !


correspondent banks are located in every part of

Call al (the Christmas Savings Club Window and lei us explain it
Winter Home, Fla., June 20 -J. J. more fully,
the world and include some of the largest Banks in the
Mack of South Carolina was a wel- better still
or join some now.
United States. come visitor and enjoyed the location

and was quite enthusiastic while en-

flMillltltlMIHimtMlttttlllMMIIIIIilllMt gaged in trolling, securing a numberof

fine bass.D. .

FOURTH AT COUNTRY CLUB B. Sphaler, Mrs. D. B. Sphaler,
PLACES OF WORSHIP\ The Peoples National Bank
Alden Sphaler, C. H. Hartley, Mrs. C.
Orlando people will have fourth of
H. Hartley and Edward Hartley, were

July at home. welcome callers the first of the week. "It is to
a pleasure serve you/
This is not intended to prevent the MethodistJ. The new bridge erected by Spha-

City Council and the Mayor from at- E. Wray, Pastor. ler & Mallory across the run between

tending the Seminole birthday party: School 9:45 Spring Lake and Edgewood Lake is
1 t + +tt
at Sanford but to appease sorrowof Howard, Supt. completed, and is a substantial struc- MitlilllMMtHIM ** MIIIMMIIHMHttH'MtMIIIIIMIIIIIIIttllllllllllli
those who not included in the I,
are "Sins of the Summer Resorts" the ture, and a much needed improve- -- --------- ------ -- ----. --- ------
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invitation.Mr. I I pastor's subject at 11 a. m. Anthemby ment.H. . . . . -- ---- --
James 1... Giles, president of the I
chior "Praise the Lord, 0 Jehovah" C. Hammond has completed his .
Country Club announces the arrange (Clark) dock, which fronts his property and

ment for a jolly good time at the' Epworth League 6:45 p. m. H. A. I Edgewood Lake, and extends into the
Club the Fourth and with
grounds on Hoffner, Pres. lake from the shore about forty feet,

golf, tennis and cards everybody will "How Jerry McAuly was Saved having a depth of water at end of Ik dimes
be furnished with amusement.'
I From Sin" the pastor's subject 7:30p. dock of six feet, thereby furnishing a e e s
There will be contests in these vari- repe
ous and suitable prizes will m. Anthem by Choir "The Beautiful good landing for motor and row
games Land" (Lorenz) Solo By Mr. boats, and. splendid bathing opportu-
will be
be awarded. Committees appointed Curry. nities.
to take charge of the various
Everybody most cordially invited Will Harrington is very busy with
features and good time is ""
a n: ):1'
to all these services. his sawmill at the present time, hav-
The Bridge will be- I
ing just received an order from E. N.
gin promptly at three o'clock.A .
I First Baptist I Mallory for about 5,000 feet of rough
chicken pilleau dinner will be ; The most up-to-date Fabric for this
served at seven o'clock and none need i I! Dr. C. T. Douglass will preach both I lumber. Mr. Mallory is contemplating -
II 1 morning and evening. erecting a substantial barn,

go Each hungry member or lonesome.of the Club is en- I Morning service at 11 o'clock. chicken house and tool shed. Improvements Season. In all] the newest shades
here are the order of the
Sunday at 9:30.
titled to two guests and as it is a fore-
I B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. day.
conclusion that whois
gone every person for afternoon and
I wear
so fortunate as to receive an in- I Evening service at 7:30.

vitation is sure to accept, a big crowdis I Everbody cordially welcome, strangers RAY CHAPMAN'S INJURYAt

assured and we wish to put Mr. I especially. I II
the request of Ray Chapmanand
him make
Giles wise by advising to

the chicken supply ample.Dr. I Presbyterian publishing his friends an account, we refrained of the injuryhe from SPECIAL THE REST OF THIS WEEK

Stagg, we are sure, can be in- Rev. Jno. W. Stagg, D. D., pastor.
received while
riding the hose
duced to furnish the after dinner pep- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. W. R.
wagon Thursday evening. It is the
sin, and Dean Sherrod the mints so O'Neal, superintendent.
policy of the Sentinel to respect the
that every body will go away from Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
wishes of people in such matters, andas
that feast with love in their hearts Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
the young man did not want publicity -
and a good taste in their mouth. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. 38-Inches Wide
given: to the affair, no mentionwas
The day will be a happy one for the m.
made of it in yesterday morn-
Club members and their friends and A cordial welcome to all services.St. .
ing's paper. But since the incidenthas
all will be happier and better aftera

day of love feast of this kind. Luke's Cathedral. briefly been seems published proper., mention of it \ Usually sold for $1.00 per Yard

The Country' Club is one of the institutions Very Rev. Edgar A. Sherrod, Dean. The facts as stated by young Chap
that be pointed to with Fifth after
may Sunday Trinity.
man are, that in driving the hose
pride. It not only is one attractive Services as follows:
wagon in the fire drill of the after-
place for our winter guests, but is a 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion. noon when near the Presbyterianchurch

source of great pleasure to our home 9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
corner the team attempted to
people who come together here at 10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer. East, while Chapman wanted themto
frequent intervals and break bread 11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and F
go South. Unknown to Ray, the FOR THIS m IT
and enjoy happy friendships by ming- sermon. Subject, "Our Journey to team had been accustomed to make
ling in games that give the mind a vacation Jerusalem."
ing this turn in practice drill and
from the heavy cares of life. 7:30 m. Choral Even and
p. song hence he was unprepared for their
Club members will make the fourth lecture. Subject, "Doctrines of the
quick swerving to left and they banged -
celebration attractive. Apostle's Creed." Special topic, "The into the mail box at the corner,

Resurrection of Jesus." the tongue striking the post square,
Per Yard
MESSAGE FROM ENGLAND Good music and a hearty welcome bringing the wagon to such a sudden 49c
for at all services.
everyone halt that he was thrown to the pavement i
Miss Annie Gaverick received ,
a The confirmation class meets
on with such force as to fracture :
cablegram yesterday from Charles :; next Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in his arm. i
Pink, of this city, announcing his safe the D.ean's office.If .

arrival in Liverpool, England. lie you are thinking of confirmation, MR. WRIGHT AGAIN HUSTLING
left this city about a month ago, stop- please come. j

ping in Cairo, 111., for a visit with N. P. YOWELLThe
W. W. Wright is again hustling
his from where his
son daughter-in-
; STATE NEWS I around in his seed store just as if he j i
law, Mrs. E. C. Pink, accompanied him I.
had never seen the inside of a hospi
abroad, after spending a week in Fort Meade is planning to feed tal. It is always disheartening to seea I

Boston.Mr. three thousand people on the Fourthof man of so much nerve force and White Store
Pink is fond of traveling and July. energy prostrated by disease, and Big
is never so happy as when on the

mighty deep. He expects to return hence a correspondingly great pleasure . . . . - . . . . - -
Plans are being made in Tampa fora to see them prevail over bodily 1f1IDI.tl.I'.I..C'11' II""I" III'I"1I ......... '. .
about the first of September. .,
big Fourth of
July celebration by and again their 1
the Spanish-American War Veterans. FOR SALE
place among the activities of life. -
"Toys of Destiny" Powersin usual annual picnic will be held -
half the people of Orlando Work will soon commence on the ANOTHER GOOD RESIDENCE TO two partsA i here on the Fourth of July. There Practically new Rambler Automo.1

know of the turtle canning factory of. Taylor business block in Wauchula. BUILDMr. pktoral dramatic feature. i are many interesting and entertaining bile, equipped with Presto lights,'ton

Cohoon Bros., and but few know the This building will be constructed of James L Giles sold a valuablelot "The Telegraph Operators .. ..EelairA s features on the program. curtains, windshield, speedo>etcr'
: .
magnitude of the business they do. concrete and located just north of on Jackson street to C. B. Nye who stirring story of an interrupted j The feature of decided interest for clock, bumper, spare wheel with extra

Wagon loads of turtles go there and the Peace River Hotel. will build a fine home this summer. : honeymoon in the wild northern i I the young people will be dancing. tire, tube and complete set tools"and

are prepared and canned and shippedto This is one of the choice locations I country. I Come, bring your baskets and enjoy accessories.Also .

all parts of the country. Turtle BARGAIN IX A PRESS of the city and is building up with I Open two to five and seven to tenp. !a Glorious Fourth. has auto trunk with two

meats, chowder and soaps are articlesof : Two revolution, seven-eolamn quarto very substantial homes. m. Admission. five cents to all. ', CO DIITTEE. cases for touring. Reason for isuit;ell-

commerce that are in great demand Campbell pr** DOtS good work.A Mr. Giles completed t"orery excellent I ing have no further use for carl

and Cofeooa Bros. have a large tradein bargain. Address Sentinel, Orlando dwellings in that same block -Shanibarger's for bicycles and I Phone 24 and say"Send me the Daily Address, P. 0. Box 87, City.
their goods. C Fla.. last winter. Sundries. tf Seatiad.



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